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on 0r'e TwiceaWeek Saturday Edition COLORED COMIC SUP PLEMENT ADDED TO NEWS RECORD JANUARY 16 SUBSCRIPTIONS PAID BEFORE FEDRUARY FIRST AT OLD PRICE, $1.50 TENTH YEAR, NO. 33. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 190C. COUNTY-CITY OFFICIAL PAPErt Classified notices in this column, 1 cent a word each Insertion in either News Record or Chieftain; 1 cents a word for ' same notice In both . papers; special rates by the month or year. FOR SALE. Two thousand acres of choice level land in the Turlock irrigation Dis trict. This land is level, sandy loam and will grow anything from oranges to Alfalfa. Sold on easy terms at ? 5 to $100 per acre. For further lnfoi matlon and printed matter write t Cadwallader & Baker, Turlock, Cal. 2 NEW SAW MILLS START AT LOSTINE HIGH WIND DAMAGES FARM HOUSE CROW & CO. EUY GRAHAM PLACE. Lostine, Jan. 7. School opened January 4 with a large attendance. Prof. Smith will organize a book keeping class for pupils in the up per grade. Jas. R. Knodell, assistant superln- Billiard and Pool table, In goo I tendent Oregon anti-saloon league, condition, with new cloth. Half price gave a fine temperance talk in tne for cash, neys. Burleigh & Boyd, attoi- BUGGY, second hand, in good cond tion, newly painted. Cheap. Inqutro of Rodgers Bros. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS for young gen tlemen. Enquire at residence of B. B. Boyd. 38U MONEY TO LOAN. State school money to loan at 6 per cent on improved, patented farms. For particulars enquire of Colon R. Eberhard, attorney for Board, Joseph. . 38b lm Commercial Club Meeting. The annual meeting of the Enter prise Commercial club for, the elec tion of officers and transaction of such other bulsness as may . be deemed necessary, will be held in the court house, Monday night, January 18, at 8 o'clock. D. W. SHEAHAN, President. Oil Men Coming. Mr, George Balrd, Mr. G. W. Da vidson, W. B. Butterfleld represent ing the Mammoth Oil company, will be In Enterprise the first of next week in the interest of that con cern. 38tl WORKING ON DEPOT. The finishing gang is working o:i the depot and it will be ready for occupancy in 10 days or two weeks. The agent at Wallowa will move in to his depot next Monday. Harry Dowd will ship three car load of cattle to Wallace Saturday. IV. B. Applegate of Paradise was transacting business in town the first of the week. The best washing earth is the Flyer. 6. D. KeUner. machine on For sale by church January 5. At the last council meeting, O. W. Pagin was elected marshal to fill the unexpired term. A special 4-mill tax was levied to meet the current ex penses for the coming year. J. D. Ackley, living on the McCub biu place, three miles south of town, had quite a scare Wednesday night. The high wind blew off the chim ney and a portion of the roof. A large trea standing near the house was. blown down. Mrs. W. E. Smith has made her self a present of a new Emerson piano. R. M. Ricker of Joseph has opened a saw mill on the McGill place. W. F. Elsenbeis of the same place will open a large mill four miles from town on the J. F. Haun place with a sawing capacity of 11 2-3 thous and feet a day. Perry Moore of the Alberta coun try, is here to visit his brothers, Shel at Wallowa and D. Moore at Lostine. S. E. Hamilton and family of Sa lem are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Crow. J. P. Alumbaugh of Wallowa vis ited friends here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bell of Pendleton visited at the home of J. Fltzpatrick during the holidays. R. D. Heskett of Leap traded in the city Wednesday, W. Stanley and family of The Butte3 have moved to Lostine, F. W. Fltzpatilck, one of our sue cessful business men, starts Satur day, accompanied by his mother for an extended trip through California. They will be gone several months. M. Crow & Co. have bought the Albert Graham farm of 80 acres; con sideration $3200. S. L. McKenzie had an attack of vertigo Thursday morning while at tending to his duties as postmas ter, and for a time was quite ill. bcigln a series of protracted meet in gs in the Enterprise Christian ch.urch, January 14. Kev. and Mrs. Stevens will conduct a protracted meeting in the Lo3tine Christian church beginning January 10. NEW STUDENTS AT C. H. S. Theodore LaCerte of Lostine and Miss Eva Falconer of Enterprise are new students at the county high school. Principal Kerns Is expect ing the total enrollment to reach 70 before the winter is over. Mail Carrier Bell Fords Grande Ronde PhnctlTlilC Parir ! snow. Your correspondent unfortun- WUHMllldj I dl lj le!y lost the list given her of the gnosis present, so will be obliged ifl llirnPfl fit FflAfl 10 Klve tnem flom memory as well as in umueii ui Lueii aUe ean so lf any omlttedi : it will be a mistake anil not so in Entire Community Gather at Home ' temleil: Ge3rse Courtney and family, fiiaries Williams and family of Elk of Mrs. Hafer Pansiss for Christmas Table. MRS. ADAH L. DOWNING. Wild Rose Home Farm. Horn Springs, James Downing and wife of Wild Rose Home farm, Mr. and 'Mrs George Beecher and son Millie of Upper Eden, Mr. Nicola and family, Ed Wilcox, Prof. Foster of Joseph, Charles Fleming, Frank T APPOINTS ROAD SUPERVISORS iroy, Dec. 27 l linstmas was an Eggleston, Charles Phenlx, Burt Clay, interetsing event In the Garden of Louis Shrauer, Jesse Puller (also Eden. Everyone vied with one an- it relative of Mr. Puller's) Herkey Ferry Washed Ashore By Ice Mail At Bartlett in Four Cays. -No PROTRACTED MEETINGS. . Rev. S. W. Jackson and wife will Bartlett, Dec. 26. Weather is fine "on, had a little more snow, mak ing now about four inches deep, hard ly enough for good sleighing yet but everybody seems to be enjoying the little we have by sleighridlng. The Christmas tree at the church was a success, and the house was packed with people. There were two trees which were loaded with pres ents. The decorations were the fin est ever had in this part of the country. There was also a program that lasted about an hour and a half, yhe people appreciated the la bor of both the decorating and the program commit' ess. They certainly put In lots of time, and the children were all glad to see Santa once more as he is always such a jolly old fellow. Everybody reports having had a nice time at the Christmas dance at Mr. Walls' last night. The ferry boat at Troy has been washed upon the shore by the floating ice coming down the river and is now useless as far as crossing is concerned. Mr. Bell, the mail carrier, has quite a time crossing with --!! - mail now. We are in hopes that the river will not rise any more, as he has to ford with the mail and if it should rise it would be impossible for him to get across, Mr, Chltwood and Tom Mallory have gong to Reubens, Ida., on a short visit. Later These Items were dated the 26th, but the mall never came on the 26th or the 29th, and I do not know that it will come today, but we are in hopes that it will. We think that the people in this part of the coun ty need a bridge worse than any thing else. Then we could at least J get pur mall. mil BSs AFTER CHRISTMAS A Little Late for Christmas Shopping but just the time for A FEW BARGAINS. BIG CUT IN PRICES up V05&- JANUARY SESSION CONVENED WEDNESDAY CHECK RE PORTS, APPROVE BOND. County court convened Wednesday, the first day being taken up hear ing road matters, examining and checking up road supervisors' reports. The official bond of County Assess or B. F. Miller, In the sum of $5000, was approved. The sureties are Joner Trump, J. H. Snuffer, R. W. Colpltts, Wm. I. Sanner and P. H. Thompson. Several changes were made In the boundary of road districts. The fol lowing are the supervisors appointed for the ensuing year: Dist. 1, Wallowa, J. B. Pace.- Dist. 2, Lostine, F. W. Hammack. Dlst. 3, Enterprise, W. J. Ham mack. Dist. 4, Joseph, Wm. Newby. Dist. 5, Prairie Creek, O. W. Cham bers. List. 6, Divide, R. L. Scott. Dist. 7, Frulta, S. C. Himmelwright. Dlst. 8, Inmalia, Tom McCarthy. List. J, Pine Creek, George W. Harris, Dlst. 10, Trout Creak, T. C. Bun nell'. Dlst. 11, Paradise, O. L. Borland. Dist. 12, Lost Prairie, Wm. Mur rill. Dlst. 13, Grouse, Lafayette Wilson. Dlst. 14, Promlss, W. I. Sanner. TKst. 13, Flora, H. Mench. List. 1G, Mud Creek, S. B. Warnack Dist. 17, Powwatka, Olof Ander son. Dist. 18, Smith Mountain, Peter Kuohl. Dist. 19, Eureka, Joa Clemdns. Dist. 21, Eden, Grovga Courtney. Dist. 22, Lear), G. H. Lalhropo. Dlst. 23, Butte, Frank Sargoint. Cist. 24. Pittsburg. J. A. Grimes. Dlst, 25, Wallowa Canyon, J. N. Uigglo. List. 2G, Swamp Creek, Gcorgo W. Wright. FRAU LIV0NIUS, A FAVORITE IN WASHINGTON SOCIETY. Frnu Llvonius, wife of tho inllltmy attache of the German embassy at I Ioi,Be WeilneBllllv. Jan. 18. Install FRATERNAL NOTES. The officers and members of Em erald Rebekah lodge. No. 119. are I earnestly requested to be present at Washington, is one of the most beautiful women in society nt the capital. Aside from her personal charms she Is a brilliant conversationalist and is the life of nearly evory Roclal event which takes place In diplomatic circles. She is greatly admired by the president and Mrs. Roosevelt. other In making It a merry and hap py one. The paity given o:i Christ mas night by Mrs Hafer and sjiio Fenton and Mas'er Raymond Russell, Gene and Harry Hafer certainly d sarvo credit for their tractful man- Gene and Harry wm a decided sue-! ner in entertaining so many guests, as cess and evory Edenite was there,.; thoir mother's health does not per mit her to exert herself much. With the kind assistance of Mrs. George lieoeher in the culinary part, they took full, control of evory thing in the way of management. Personals, Saturday night, Decombor 26, Mr. and Mrs, Williams entertained Prof. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. James Downing at their homo, Elk Horn Springs, with cards and the best of refreshments, 1'rof. Foster took a i Of Ladies' and Children's Coats and Furs ot these goods left and or- , . rN , from ree- - m m -a r-mi r r- we will offer them at We have a nice Assortment from reg ular price Dont Miss this Chance for a BARGAIN with most of the Winter yet to Come. , J. FUNK & CO. W with a few exceptions. Tho festivi ties commenced early with a hot supper for all as soon as their wraps were off. Tables wore cleared and reset again for the numerous, guests. Several card tables wer invitingly waiting for those Inclined for a game of high five, seven up, rrlbbnge or euchre; thoy did not wait long for frJ ' attention, and many wore deep In the MiU 'different games, while tyhurs were jrL;3 ! viewing the mos,t beautiful collection W;J ! of postal cards the writer had ever 5ffckV j 8Cen. There were so many that half 1 a dozen people could be e.iierbtine.l JSjfe;i)Jja.t Ul sa.me tium. Frank Eggloston jfa.'S also had his large collection or most ?:ijJ ' elaborate postal cards there, which (SfiiV were beautiful Indeed. George Court- J--f i nflv Ittwr Irmrllne- vl.'lHhi'U nl.d mlisl- O 'clan) and Chalos Fleming with his fflne iqned guitar, furnished e iliven--Vi'ng Christmas music. Afier all hud vjQ supper, the large sjarii klU'hou was ! cleared, thq impi?iti range sc,t o.it doors, and those who hal been keep- , 'ing time to ex'iilaratl:ig quick-atops 1 .0 ' Inolr n.jQajliiii r.f tW. fl-. tirhl'll ?y wm just rignt ror uanei:;,? a-iu v U'Alta lum otmtu i -tin1 ' !Mfh' '. Hvft tVFsV: 1 "--. V'-i? i tt alt KnuniKli .!!'! n i,l mid i-m, ! 1 i - - - j toe polka divided the time with old- A-y;time country quadrilles. Miss Wil KJj'tnn CoJi'tney an 1 Charles l'i'i.nlim JCrO; danced the Highhvid Hth-J'tischn by ; request, which was very mure sung, Mr. Courtney making It more h: by 'playing double quick tune, but they (jfjA then. About 12 o'clock another sup per was served consisting of a great T vj variety of cakes, pies,' siindwh-bes, J-fjl fruit, chicken, and last, but not. least, a-svs-. hnf rrf f a Tkunnlncr Irotif mm until ." i$S o'clo:k In the mariiliiK. after which every one was served with breakfast, ,J .1 ,.t..t..l.l 1 1 .! -yj uien a merry nj n me HKitm. 'U The weather was ideil for sleighing, tlon of officers and a general social time. Eva Wlllgerodt, Secy, Eagle camp, M. W. A., Installol Its officers for the ensuing year, Thursday night. S. R. Haworth act ed as installing officer. An oyster supper was served after the ceremo nies. Royal Neighbors camp will install Its officers Thursday night, Janu ary 11. (Continued on last pago.) CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian: Preaching morning and evening, Sunday, January 10. M. E. Church: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; morning subject, 'One Thing I Do," or "Our Motto for 1909." Evening subject, "The Chris tian Cltlzon." Epworth League at C:30 p, m. Preaching at the Ueavls Rchool house at 2:30 p. in. C. E. Truoblood, pastor. L. E. JORDAN. S. F. PACE. Oregon Realty and Investment Co. We are glad to announce that we arc now in stalled in our new office, the former Chieftain office, first door west of postoffice, where we will be glad to meet our friends and patrons, and anyone look ing for an investment in Wallowa County farm or city property or livestock. Former County Assessor Sam I Pace has bought a one-half interest in, and will devote his time to the business. Yours for business, The O. R. & I. Co. Livestock. CSe1 K aooai nve incnas 01 ; 1 . I I . 1 a I Real Estate. Insurance.