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TWENTY -SEVENTH YEAR. NO. 18.
ENTERPRISE, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19ia
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAFEU
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omU a word 2 insertions. Special
rat., by month and year.
"MONEY TO LOAN
Sua Funds loaned. 6 per cent. John
f. Rusk. Aity. State Land E d. Joseph
FOR SALE.
Pure whine Langshaa cockerels. Mrs
J. D. Struble, Sojlh Dopot saw;.
160 aonea oT laud ix miies from En
terprise. Fair Improvements. Pan
of K good orchard land. Tornis reas
onable. M.Mna Ward. 63bj
FOR SALE.
STRAYED
I will s:i all or any of ray town prop- i l-ay Yearling FT'.y. bruuded A B.
:y at reasonable prices. ". V.
Zurcher, Enterprise, Oregon. 40btf
K.ve ton wagon scales for slo cheap.
A. C. Weaver, Enterprise.
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s-c. 14, 3 S 4(5 2S0 A.
64W J. S. Cook, Bums. One.
, connected, on K'ft eli evador, lWky
; buiii star in forehead, R:r.iytHl from
1 Joseph last JiH-. last svori In Ent
; erprie, $5 rcwa-d for uiformat-i-m
i loading to her recovery. Ch.iti. S.
i Spain, Joseph, Ore. 6b2
FOR SAUL
MISCELLANEOUS.
Studeba&er warren. 3 inch, and
I siake-rack bed. All in good coidi-
Carpnuir and CabL-.et making shop El).e
Sfuo:ai jcoMTg. u. C. uoioing, w iuAiPr
liodgera Eros, gurag. Enterprise
CLOVERLAND GIRL
DROWNED IN PONO
ELIAS SARGENT'S OLDEST
DAUGHTER BREAKS THRU ICE
WATCH GROUSE STOCK.
Church Gets Eddy Fortun.
Boston By the terms of th will
of Mrs. Mary Baker O. Eddy to th
Christian Science church, the sovire
from which It came, goes the bulk of
j her estate, which, tncluslv of th
value of copyrights. Is about 1 .BOO.
; OuO. This part of tfcs estate, which
will be about $1,000,000, Is under th
terms of the will to be devoted to Us
, propagation of the faith.
ALASKA STEAMSHIP
OLYMPIA GROUNDS
! inn I : . - - I - . i .. j : nm.t.i.
vu i-i tea, iiibiuuintj uiiicidis
of Alaska Court, Imperiled
WANTED.
61btf i Party who borrowed braco of Rodgws
i Bros, piesse re' urn quick, u it k
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Follow the Crowd to
THE FAIR STORE
Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods and China
ware Galore
Best Grade Jumbo Virginia Pea
nuts, 5 cents the Half Pound.
Xmas Mixed Nuts, Walnuts, Al
monds, Pecans, Brazil and Pea
nuts mixed, 10c the half pound.
Extra fine Chocolate Creams, 25c
the pound.
Our special Xmas Mixed Candy,
best grade, 10 cents the half pound
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THE FAIR -:-
Santa's Headquarters
"Watch Us MaKe Prices Come Down"
needvl In their busl.iess.
FINAL PROOFS AND
HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS.
James Sturm of Paradise and John
0. Grover of Rondoa made final
, proofs on their homesteads at l
! Grande, Thursday.
! Homestead applications were filed
the same day by W. W. Zurvlier of
' Enterprise, Charles Wtflfw of Joseph,
: Charles M. Sknpss and H. C. Gowey
of Flora.
BIG COYOTE HAUL.
Irvin Frazier of ironaha brought In
six covote and two bobcat skins
Thursday, and reeved the bounty,
and also a good price for the Pel us.
James Fields brought In a coyote
caught in a trap on the Watson
ranch on Alder Slope. Two others
that he shot a few days before
showed lots of braverv for covotes.
I LADIES
Mrs. A. D. Vandeear of North pow
: der, Ore., has & larj, stock of swJtch
j es and all pertaining to the trade.
I Also makes switches arul puffs of
i your combingB, will make trips to your
i towft. She will also do your work if
! you will address her at North POw
: der. 30 years experience. Work guar-
anteed. I8c2
Grousa, Dec. 15 A telephone from
Cloverland rocolvod this morning
av8 whKii Ellas Sargent's twO oldest
children were returning from ecJiol
yesterday evening, they stopped by
'he way and were playljig on he lc
on a small pond by the roadside.
The Ice broke aid Ablxle, the plrl,
wax drownfd. Her lody was not
foun l utj-t il 9 o clock last nlghL Slie
was about 11 years old. The boy wtis
found in im to save him e'evo but
badly strangled and chilled.
The county court of Asotin county
in a srocial sessuon. Issued an order
for every dog in Hie county to be
ccjifined, so as to protect tihem f roni
com ng in contact with anliuals sup
P03 d to be iiafoctod with, rabies.
The farmers 3n the Grouse coun
try ore watching their stock very
carefully as it Is all out oa the
raiipe in the canyons and doing fine,
co snow and the ground soft. There
tas been some stock lost, supposed
to have been bitten by coyotes
having hydrophobia, but, no wounds
have been discovered so It is not
generally believetl that coyote bites
were 'the cause. Great care should
be taken and animals should not
run at large whivh have boon, In
contact wiih coyotes, or which show
&-gns of derangement In amy shape.
We can't be too careful when, it is
well known that something uncom
mon is the matter with those beasts.
If you want good toed for your
team and good treatment com to
Vbit Front Barn. 7bU
May Contest Mrs. Eddy's Will.
Boston. That George Glorer, sob
of Mary Baker O. Eddy, lute head of
the Christian Science church, may
contest the will ot his mother the
grounds that she was Incompetent to
make such an Instrument, was the
statement of Attorney Frederick XV.
Peabody.
ARIZONA ADOPTS
ITS CONSTITUTION
Phoenix, Arts. The constitutional
convention of Arlsoaa adjourned af
ter being In session 61 days, and
finally adopting a constitution, desig
nated by the majority members as the
most progressive' ever framed, and by
the minority as the most socialistic
On Republican only, John Lang
don, of Globe, signed the document
and he was given an ovation which
lasted several minutes when he did
eo. One Democrat, Elllnwood, of
Blsbee, declined to sign, explaining
on the final roll eall that he voted
with the opposition because he be
lieved the recall as applied to the Ju
diciary would destroy the Independ
ence of the courts of the state and
Invite the disapproval of President
Taft.
Among the progressive provisions
of the document are: Iultlatlv and
referendum, the recall of all electtv
officers, dlreot primaries and direct
advisory primary for United States
senators.
by Disaster.
Cordova, Alaska. The Alaska S. S.
Company's steamer Olympla, with 10
persons aboard, 1 ashore on Blind
Wand. Prime William Sound. Thir
are S3 passengers aboard tho Olympla.
Among those who sailed from here
for Valdul and Seward are I'nltoJ
: States District Judge Cushm:in, Mrs.
Cushman and members of the Third
District Court, who are on their way
the Yaldet. The crew of the Olymp'a
consists ot (4 officers and men, Cxp
tain Daniels being In comin.ind.
The Olympla sailed from Cordova
at I o'clock Sunday night, h iving ar
rived from Seattle earlier In the day.
Although the night was clear and a
full moon shed a bright light, naviga
tion was made dangerous by CO
mil gale, which wu blowing from
the north.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock MomViy
morning the operator on duty at tho
navy wlrelena station picked up tha
distress signal of the Olympla. 11
answered at once. Operator Hayes,
on the Olympla, then sent an urgent
appeal for help, saying that the Olym
pla had struck on Bllgh Inland anil
was In an exposed position. Heavy
seas are breaking over her, mnkltig
the position of those on bonrd all tha
more perllcus.
Several vessels are on the way to
the assistance of the Olympla. Many
of these are small craft, and It Is
doubtful whether they will be able to
weather the furious gale.
W. R. Holmes vlaMod his brother,
E. A. , at Wallow. Sum-day.
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SOUVENIR DISHES
Cups, Plates, Vases, etc Beau
tifully colored views of County
Buildings, Enterprise and the
well Known Wallowa LaKe.
mm
SOUVENIR SPOONS
Solid Silver, gold dipped. Views
of County Court House, High
School and Wallowa LaKe. A
handsome present to send away
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House Slippers
A fine present for Grandfather,
Uncle, Father, Brother, Mother,
and Sweetheart
The busiest store in Enterprise. There is a
reason. Our store is loaded with good, useful
articles and presents for every member of the
family. If you don't know what you want
we will show you.
Fancy and Staple Silverware of
all Kinds. See our win
dow display.
Red Tag Sale useful presents at
Hard Time Prices.
Send us your Mail Ord
ers, you will be well
pleased with our selec
tion of your wants.
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Always Up-to-Date
W. J. FUNK & COMPANY
THE QUALITY STORE
100 D0Z. HANDKERCHIEFS
Absolutely the swellest and newest
patterns and designs. Fancy col
ored border designs.
Sheer, Linen, Cross Bar, etc. Sold
separately or in fancy Christmas
boxes of 3, 4, 6 and 12. See some
of them shown in our front window
Never a Minute Behind
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