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TO L'Acadicnne, waiting, Raoul turned. "Go," be commanded. She moved slowly away In flJpcted manner. "Yes, M'sieur Raoul. I will go." she aid. "Perhaps gome day you will" Sue started, with a little cry. She eafl 'ed suddenly: "Crawley! Dick Crawley! Come ben-! j want you!" She turned again to Raoul, who Was still unbending. "There Is one who marched In Cap tain Wolf's company. Ask him If there was u young lady with the lad Gilbert Steele." , Crawley was beside them now. be draggled, with the heavy dust thick upon face and shoes and clothing. "You called me?" he muttered, and then: "I carry bad news. What is It you want?" L'Acndlenne said slowly: .. "You and Gilbert Steele both were with Captain Wolf's company?" He nodded. "Yes," he replied. "There was a young lady with Gil bert Steele?" He thought for a moment, then he aid: "Yes; I remember." "She was fair." persisted L'Aea dlenne. "of slight figure very young?" "Yes; 1 think so. I don't quite re member. It was at the" He stopped. There had come to their ears the sound of voices De Valette's voice and Father O'Mara's. O'Mara. good man of God and of men, was pro testing. "Now. now. sir," he was saying, "you're in no condition to go out again. You must rest." . ' They came through , the gateway from the bouse. . De Valette answered adly: "Best! How can T rest?" His evea fell upon the little group of three, ey ing them closely. "Who is this boy?" he demanded; J then auicklr: "You have news of mv I daughter? She has been found hurt' perhaps? Why don't you tell me? Speak!" , ; Raoul de Valette said slowly: "I know nothing of your daughter ; nothing except" . He stopped. De Valette cried, impatient: "Except what?" "Except." went on Raoul evenly, "that she left the house immediately after being betrothed to me." He paused. In different tone he continued, "My cousin, I am obliged to decline the hand of Mile, de Valette." De Valette's brows contracted. His eyes grew narrow. His voice was . cold. 1 : "Are you aware," he demanded, "that such a statement must have an explanation?" " Raoul shrugged hi3 shoulders. '"Explanation!" he repeated. "She i: Baw me and went away. That is quite sufficient for me. But for yourself." be added. He dM not finish. Iustead be said slowly: "I said I bad do explanation.' I haven't But ho" be indicated the young recruit with a little Jerk of his head "he has." De Valette turned sharply to Craw , ley. And then it was that there came among them Madeleine. She came a wan little figure, golden hair, in which the sunbeams dwelt, disheveled, white dress draggled, torn. She came slow ly, and with, infinite weariness, yet Professional Duectory of Wallowa County f THOS. M..DILL I f ATTORNEY-AT-UV f 4 ' & ., Office first door south of New Fraternal Bldg, Enterprise, Ore. BURLEIGH & BOYD f ' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all State Courts and Interior Department. Careful at tention to all business. ' D. W SHEAHAN I IWVHD . CVTPDPDKP liUnihO - MliliiIIMUIi Practice in State and Federal Courts and Interior Department. You have the money. We have Uie Clothes, lets s,wap. ' See our clothes Saturday, June 4th. W. J. Funk Sc .Co. with greaf Kla,n,ess, to67 for7 CbougTi the wajr bad been long and very hard. again, "Father!" she cried. And "Father!" He turned to her, tnking her in bis arms clasping her to him. "My daughter!" he said. His voice broke a little. "You've come back to us." "I'm so very tired." she sighed. "I've come so far." Her eyes fell on M. Raoul de Valette standing there look- L c "WE GO TO TRAY FOR ONE WHO Ing at her. She rose, courtseyiug to him. "Ah, M'slnur Raoul," she said a little shyly, "I Cm afraid I cau't marry you now. 1 you see, it was Just as you said. One clings to another in spite of fear or shame or" Weary eyes fell upon the shock haired young recruit. Weary .eyes grew round. "You!" she cried. "You were with the . soldiers! Why have you come back? Is the battle over?" He answered slowly: "You were with Gilbert Steele, were youjiot?" Ie Valette started. "With Gilbert Steele?" he repeated. And again, "With Gilbert Steele?" She nodded lightly. "Why, yes." she said. "But Gilbert had to go on." She did not see her father's look. Sho went ou lightly, easily, explain ing: "You see, it was just as M'sieur Raoul said. It comes ull iu one second. And it did to us. The very first time I saw Gilbert l'ou mustn't be an gry, father. You mustn't punish me for something 1 couldu't help. Gil bert had to go. But as soon as .he conquers the British he's coming back for me, and theu" She glanced up at last. She saw his fiice and the look thereon. It did not need his word to check her speech. "I thought you were only lost," he said Blowly, very slowly, and his voice was low and clear and cold. "But, father," she protested, fearing now a little, "you don't understand! Gilbert is coming back for me! M'sieur RnouUsnot angry. .See? Heforglves Tales Out of School. Suitor I suppose your father Is alto gether taken up with business? Her Little Brother-Yes. ;dad thinks of nothing else. That must have been why ma said to sister last night that If you meant business it was about time you talked to. papa. Brooklyn Life. Heard at the Hub. "And how old are you, little girl?" "Six." ' "And how is It you are out walking without your mamma?" "Oh, mamma doesnH go in for exer cise. Really, we have very little in common." Houston Chronicle. WtHHWHHIWt CHARLES THOMAS $ J. ' vi. I LAWYER - ENTERPRISE, ORE.; Practice in State' and Federal Courts and Int. Dept. Abstract T Bldg., opposite court house. Something new Kirsh curtain rods and portler poles for the first time in Enterprise. .Come in taem at F. S, Ashley, Ond see ' I -t il W' ! - itl j m., 0on., ,,BU(wd MiUm; sleur? ne" She further words she i could not Cud. . j it was then that Crawley started to go, but a word from the priest checked him. The boy protested. "But I must hurry to the village," he asserted doggedly. "I carry . bad news." Madeleine's eyes grew wide with fear. "Not of' the soldiers!" she cried. "Not or' WAS LOVED, BUT IS NO MORE.' "The Euglish have beaten us," he declared. "It was a massacre." "But Gilbert!" lier voice was almost a wail. "They put us out In front right up to the British guns," the boy con tinned. "They were all killed." For a moment she was silent, help less In the horror of It all. Then her voice rose shrilly. "Not Gilbert! Ah. God! Not Gil bert!" , At length she heard, as from a great distance, the voice of her father. "Gilbert Steele lias paid the penalty in death." it said. "Another shall pay it In the living. Sister, we go to the chapel to pray for Madeleine, who was a De Valette. There is a duty to perform the custom of our bouse. Louise, the candles." - Then she. heard her own voice. Scarcely did she know it. "The candles!" it cried. "The chapel! What can it all mean? There is no one dead here! Father Aunt Mar gueriteLouise" The voice of M. de Valette said slow ly: "We go to pray for one who was foved, but is no more." The priest came forward. He clasp ed in his arms the frail, frightened lit tle body that held the frail, frightened little soul. He cried: ' "Stop! You say you are going to pray. To whom?" ' "To God," replied De Valette stern- Jy. "You put your belief in a God bo warped in your own false traditions that be would help you avenge a griev W. C. KETCHUM ' DENTIST - ENTERPRISE V . 1 1 i . . Office Berland Balding. Home Independent Phone. i; ' C. T. HOCKETT, M. D. f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office upstairs' in Bank Build i ing. Ind. Home phone In office 1 and residence. , . ' ? DR. C. A. AULT - Jl PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j I ; Office In Bank Building. J ! ', Horn phone both office andt J residence. 'I " J Our entire stock of. men's and boy's clothing goes on sale at great- ly reduced prices, Saturday June 4. W. J. Funk & Co. Novelized by PORTER EMERSON BROWNE From the Play of the Same Name by Booth Tarkintfton and Harry Leon Wilson COPYRIGHT. 1910. BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ance of family pride!" The priest was as stern as the mas- 'er "Remember.' ... ian v'll. mill iiic great God is the God of love. Tray, tut pray to him!" Madeleine had turned Trom hlra ere lie finished. She spoke sv iftly. wildly. "He said for me to pray Jo pray for the lost soul of Madeleine! He took the candles, for the altar! Aunt Mar guerite would not speak to inc. nor Louise! Gilbert!" she crhd. "No.no. no! A massncre oil killed but not Gilliert!" She mined swiftly to the priest. "Father, you said he was the God of love. Perhaps If I pray to him Gilbert will come back, just as lovi came" . Her voice fell suddenly. It was al most a whisper. "But Gilbert cannot come back! lie can never come lun-k never, never! They were all' killed! And Gilbert is dead! His soul is lost too! Gilbert! Gilbert!" She swayed a little, clasping her hands over white brows, twining her fingers in the Run kissed masses of her hair. She swayed again and turned slowly. "Where nre you going?" It was Father O'Iara who ppoke. "To pray," she said dazedly "to pray for two lost souls. It was iu the forest that I found him. It was there I left hlra it was there we lost our souls! You must not stop me! Perhaps he is waiting there his soul-aud mine, that was lost with his." Her eyes were set now staring eyes tbut were not hers Her voice rose shrilly. "Pray for the lost soul of Madeleine de Valette r she walled. She sank to her knees, clutching the skirt of the priest's garment. "Come!" she cried feverishly. "We'll pray you and I." Then swiftly she rose again. "But Gilbert is dead!" she cried. The little, frail figure rose straight, rigid, tense. The siender white anus went forth, and then, with another wild, piercing try, she darted from amoug them and was gone gone into the depths of the dark woods. (to be continued. .ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. In the matter of the Estate of Wil liam Holloway, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appointed by . the County Count of Wallowa County, State of Oregon, the Admin istrator of the Estate of William Hol loway, deceased, and has duly qual ified as such ' Administrator. All persons having claims agaLnst said estate are hereby notified and re quested to present 'the same to me within six months from ihe date hereof, properly verified as requir ed by la,w, and to present the same to me at Flora, Oregon. Dated and'firat published June 9, 1910. . 42c5 JOHN T. HOLLOWAY, Administrator of Estate of William Holloway, Deceased. THOS. M. DILL, Attorney for Ad ministrator, Enterprise, Oregon. We do first-class Job work. All phone orders for bus to and from depot promptly attended to. White Front barn. Home phone. 97b NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE. ' Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore- egon, May 12th", 1910. Notice is heraby given that, as diTected by' the Commisaiioner of the General Land Office, under provis ions of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 ( 34 StaU., 517), we vlll offer at public sale to the high est bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 8th day of July, lylO, at this of fice, the followipg-deseribed laud: The SW4 SE14 & SEi SW4 Sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 45 E. W. M. Se rial No. O6780. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are ad vised to file their claims, or objec tions, on or before the time desig nated for sale. t 39c5 ; . F.C , Bramwell, Register. Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. ,, PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Office at La Grande, Or egon, May 12th, 1910. Notice iti hereby given, that, as directed by. the Commissioner of the General Land Office, umUr provla- ions of Act of Congress approved ! Inn. ft IOiM! Ill Uta1 R171 a '.vill offer at public aU, to the high est bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M., on he 8th day of July, 1910, at this of fice, the following-described laud: The NEVi NEVi Sec. 2r, T. 1 S.,' R. 44 E. W. M., Serlai No. HJT9 1. Any persons claiming adversely he above-tlesi-ribed land are ad- Ised to fil their claims, or objec ions, oa or before the time deiig ated for sale. 39eo F. C. Bramwoll, Register. Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver. ..OTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or Jgoti, May 23d. 1910. Notice is hereby given that, as llrected by the Commissioner of the leneral Land Office, under provls oua of Act of Congress approved lune 27, 1906 (34 Stats, 617), we .vLU offer at public sale, to the high st oidder, at 10 o'clock A. M, on ho 140i day. of July, 1910, at UiU of Ice, the following-described land: The GB4 SW14 Sec. 18, T. 1 S., I. 45 E. W. M., Serial No. 06773. Any persons claiming adversely the tbove-descrlbed iland are advised to lie their claims, or objectlous, on -ir before the time designated for ale. 41c3 F. C. Bramwell, Register. Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver. Mrs. C. II. Zurcher Is visiting with relatives at the family ranch on Whiskey Creek. will have the greatest celebration on - , i July 3, 4, and 5 ever held in Wallowa County . , There will be all kinds of Games, Sports, Races, , Boot Races, Etc., for valuable prizes. Fine music, dancing, and every amusement the heart could wish It will be held at the head of beau tiful Wallow Lake, the finest sum- mer resort in Oregon Low Excursion Rutes ' from all points on the 0. R. & N.,.- tickets on , sale Sunday, July 3, good for return until Tues- day, July 5 Everybody cordially invited to celebrate with us CONCRETE WORK TOf all kinds. tlf you believe in beautifying Enterprise, you must believe in making that beauty enduring. Concrete is enduring-it will render city beauty a "Concrete Reality." USee us for any and all kinds of Concrete Work. , MARKS BROTHERS, General Contractors. VK I L. BERLAND ; Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Chapps, Spurs Z and Leather Goods of all descriptions. Z I will fit you out with the best goods for the least money. When in need of anything in my line, call and 5 inspect my stock before purchasing. 3 ENTERPRISE, - - - . OREGON la Grande Iron Works. D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor. Foundry and Machine Shop. Casting and Ma- , chine Work done on short notice. WE ALSO MANUFACTURE FEED MILLS Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended to GIVE US A TRIAL . NOTICE FOIl PUltLICATiON- -ISO- LATEU TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. U. S. ljand Office &l La Grande, Or egon, June 3d, 19 10. Notice Is hereby given that, directed by the Commissioner of the General Land OflUe, under provis ions of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 617), we will offer at public sale, to the high at bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on ihe 21t day of July, 1910, at this iff ice, the following-described land: The NH4 g't.4 & SW Sec. 33. T. 1 N, R. 43 E. W. M, Serial No. 0"406. Any persona chiming adversely the above-dtHcrlbed laud are advised to rile tholr clulms, or objootions, on r before the time designated tor sale. 42c5 F. C. Bramwell, Register, Colon R. Eberhard, Receler. We atari our sale Saturday be cause we want the people In the country to have an equal break with he town folks. Bring your butter iuul eggs along. W. J. Funk & Co. Oakeg curries a full Une of Lovve Brothers' Polnta. lOStf Ten persons from in and around thto city left Wednesday morning o attend the Baptist meeting there. Mr. and Mrs, Dr. Martin of Cove .ire spending several days on &n outing trip In the vicinity of Enter prise. How about that new suit for the 4lh? Funk & Co. are ready to help you out at their sale, June 4th Don't pas tble up.