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Christmas (Twice-a-Week.) Ah independent newhpapkb Formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court Houae Square Entered as second-class matter January 2, 1909, at the postoffice at Enterprise, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: One year $2, lx months $1, three months 50c, one month 20c. On yearly cash-in-advance subscriptions a discount of 25c is given. WEDNESDAY, CECEMBER 29, 1903. City and County Brief News Items Dr. C. A. Ault went out to I-a Grande, iBunday. Mrs. C. R. Thornton came In from La Grande, Monday, ti. E. Jordan imade a business trip to La Grande last week. G. C. Gowing of Joaph made e short butoness via', in this city Wed nesday. Oscar -Coleman has been buying o carload of horses to take. to Canada with him, S. R. Hawooth, the courthouse con tractor, returned Monday from a business- trip to Portland. Kegnifcr meals 25 cents at Pid cock's restaurant, 2nd door south of IV S. Z. 64tf Miss Mary Zurcher, who teaches In the I'endleton school, is spending the ho'iduyt, with her relatives here. Lunch and meals sarved all hours at Mrs. M. L. Larsen's, Lunches 10 and 15 cents; meals 25 cents. Board by the week also. 66 The Enterprise Creamery is s'.or In 126 tons of Ice of a fine quality and thickness. It comes from Mit chell's pond at Joiejh. Save your odd rubber, brass, cop per and horse hair; they are worth money. Bring or send 'them to the Second Hand Store. Enterprise. 67 t. W. Zircher has so'.d the buKs advertised in the Want column of lui paper, one to Cart Hlmniel vrfht nf Fruit and the other to Joe fihlnn of Joseph. White Loaf Flour, $4.75 per bar rel at E. M. & M. store. Mrs. Jame3 Reivii of Walla Walla i3 hore on a visit with relatives. Carl Hough of WaLla Walla Is vis Itkig his brother Harry on Swamp Creek. S. F. Pace went to Portland the first of the week to be gone about 10 days. Mrs, Thomas Morgan and niece, Minnie McFerran, left Saturday for Olympta, Wash., in response to news that Mrs. Morgan' father, Levi Mc Ferran, was critically ill. Clark Alklns was the host at a "Hard TIme-3" jarty at the home of hia mother, Monday evening. The guests- wore f an'tatlc costumes and vwrybody had a jolly time. Patrons of Wa'-lowa water works have been furnished pamphlets con taining the ordinance establishing water rates. No water ordinance has been adopted by the Enterprise council yet. There was a Zurcher family re inion at the Christmas dinner table in 'the F. A. Clarke home, Saturday, all the brothers and sisters beiai inestut t'Mtpt James, who resides it Jicrcburg. Misses Victoria Haas and Joyce Craig leave next Monday to spend the remainder of the winter In Cali fornia. Miss Haas will visit friends ind relatives at Woodlands, in and around San Francisco and wdill stay awhile at Turlock. Miss Craig will Isit an uncle near Loe Angeles and iousins in the el'y. A very enjoyable dance was given tt the home of T. C. Bunnel, north f town Friday night. Twentyfoui jouples were present and besides jhe dancing, a bis, hot supper add 3d tr. the pleasure. Then after mid night, little Master Bunnel, dressed is Santa Claus, brought around nuts vnd candy, while Mr. Bunnel passed he cigars. A number from town ,vent out in Baker Bros bus. TROUT CREEK ITEMS. Mrs. K. S. Francis called on Mrs. John Blow, Saturday. J. N. Cbilders is hauling wood to Suit erp rise this week. .Vinar Stump audi Harry Hear'n tre hauling grain. John Blow Is Improving. .A fh ram Young made a trip to En terprise, Sunday. K. S. Francis 1 hauling straw. IS ' u ALU WEEK AT THE Enterprise Opera House THE FAMOUS Jolly Delia Pringle and her Big Company Wednesday Night Thursday Night The M anon the Box Flora May's Dutchman Friday Night, "FAUST" Saturday Matinee Saturday Night, a splendid The Sultan's Daughter Comedy Because She Loved Him So Two Prizes Saturday Night 1st Prize, $10 in Gold. 2nd Prize, $5 in Gold WEDDING BELLS. . Lee B. Tutt'.e, the enterprising young publisher of the Elgin Re corder, and Mtas Lena Ednfunds of Elgin were married December 18 at la. Grande, In addition to being a cracking good newspaperman, Lee is a genial, loyal gentleman, and his many friends in this county wish him a long and happy married life. We 'are not acquainted with - his bride, but as Lee is particular In what Ihe takes we have no doubt the new Mrs. Tutitle Is the "finest evear." Elgin "friend" absconded with the newly married couple's baggage at La Grande, preventing a wedding irip to Portland. The "frie.id3" eu'su greeting Lee on his return to El- ?ln arid he rode in state, on. a steer. hirough the principal streets of the ;own. This Is the way Lee rebuked hem in his paper: "Oh, You Rubes." . ' The editor of this paper arises to ask If it is not a fact that greater leniency Is shown to the offender on his showing tlhat the offense is his first. Every court exercises this .enlency, but the kangaroo court of laspers who feloniously waylaid tlhe -.ditor of this paper last Sunday on lis return with hla first wife from La Grande, do.Vt know any more about leniency than a rabbit; The inly consolation is that the married )ne3 to tlhe 'bunch owed it to us, and the single ones will get it from us, in return soon, we hope. nnnannnnnoanasnnsnnnnannoncan cnni INTERESTED IN AUTOS. Are you interested In automobiJes? If eio It will dnterest you to know ibout the Sltudebaker lines for the ear 1910, The3e are strictly up- to-date in every respeot, embody- Kig all ithe new features ithat makes ihesm excel. Purchasers wlJil hot be obliged to buy in January in order to have their car In July, but will aave (the opportunity of seeing the a&achines demonstrated to their en- ire satisfaction before purchasing rhe E. M. & M. of this city wiU lave the entire Djne consisting of 20, JO and 40 H. P machines in tne lifferent types to suit the most fas- .tdioua purchaser and at prices that wtiil appeal to you asbelng the best values on the market, today. No trouble about filing orders. See your machine demonstrated oeiore ou buy. . E3 CI a a ra a a a a a a a n xa a 9 13 H First ttrprise Sale We will hold our first of a series of Surprise Sales on Friday, Decem ber 31, 1909, and will continue to hold one each week thereafter until stock is taken and the books balanced for the old year. Our first sale which will take place on the last day of the old year and just in time for you to get New Year's presents for family and friends will continue for one day only, and will include any woolen garment or wooleu fabric in the store for women or children, such as Ladies', Misses' and-Children's Coats, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear, Woolen Skirts, Woolen Hose, Fascinators, Gloves, woolen piece goods, such as cashmeres, brilliantines, novelty wool goods, etc., etc. - Terms of Sale 33 1-3 Per Cent Discount for Cash We make this unheard of cut in prices: First, To secure much, needed cash with which to settle the old year's score. Second, To make room for our mammoth stoclof spring goods which will begin to arrive about February 1st. Third, As an effective medium of advertising our store. . While most of you will come primarily for the purpose of taking advantage of our special bargains, many will also find time to get our regular prices which we believe will more than compare favorably with any other store in the county. ' Remember the date of First Sale Friday, December 31, 1909 The last day of the Old Year BILL OF DELL A PRINGLE COMPANY FOR THIS WEEK The bill of the Delia Pringle com,- pany for Thursday evening will be 'Flora May's Dutchman," another mme for one of the greatest come llea ever produced on the American stage, "The New Domihiion,'' a play ihat has made liU author and inter pretor, Clay Clemont, famous1 and nas also made him wealthy. As the au'tchman, Mr. Van Auker is said :o be the equal ot Mr. Clemont in tula 'happiest moments. Friday evening the Lewis Moirri on version of "Faueit" will be pre tented with all the scenic and e'.ec itrlcal appliances neceeary to make a presentation e-juai to that of Mr. Morrison himself. Saturday evening, WlCiHara Gillett's greatest comedy, "Because She Loved Him So," will be given. This comedy, depicting the troubles fcha come from & wire's Jealousy, la one of the funniest ever seen. At the lame tdrne It is a well told and wiU constructed ebory, entertaining throughout. Country people shouJd not forget the matinee Saturday afternoon. The play, "The Sultan's Daughter, Is an exeruelaUingily funny comedy, one of the best of recent years. As played by the Dela Pringle comivuij It wiil be wanth traveling miles t see. The performance will be fin ished In time tx permit of reaching home before dark. Prices: 25c, 35c, and 50c INTER-CANYON NOTES. Some of the friends of Mabel Stace gave her a birthday party last week. Mrs. demons has moved to Wal lowa foT the winter where Soieie and Dola will attend eihool. Glint demons made a business trip to Wallowa Vast week. Blwoodi Robinson was able to be back home for a day or two last week. " He report the rest of the folks Improving. They , expect to come back about Christmas. The sound ot sleignbeUs is becom ing familiar to the people ot Promise now. INSTALLATION BY MASONS AND STARS (Continued from first page.) 1 social hour waa enjoyed with music and conversation. The following of ficers were installed: R. A. M. Officers. J. 9. WagW, H. P.; Geo. S. Craig, King; C. & Funk, Scribe; Daniel Boyd, Capt. of H.; C. H. Zurcher, Secy.; s W, R, Holmes, Treas.; 3. A. Burleigh, P. S.; W. C. Boatman, R. A. C; C. O. BUyeu, M. of S V.; W. T. Bell, m, of J V.; a Yours for New Year's Bargains R.$.az. co. E D u a n a n a a a a a a n a p n a a D n u RnnnaannannuonnuDannonnnDnnnnnnnicnnnrjpn , D. W. Sheahan, M. of 1 V.; J. B. Olmsted, Senitinel. A. F. & A. M. Officers. D. W. Sheahan, W. M. . Daniel Boyd, .3. W.; W. C. Boatman, J. W. W. F. Savage, Secy.; W. R. Holmes, Treai.; C. G. Bilyeu, S. D.; C. T. HockeLt, J. D.; S. K. Pace and G. S. Craig, Stew ards.; J. A. Burleigh, Tyler. Eastern 8tar. EUva L. French, W. M. Dr. C. T. Hoakett, W. P. Eula For sy the, A. M. Mary E. Steel, Sec. Olios. E. Crow, Treas. : Amy Olmsted, Cond. Mrs. C. T. Hoakett, A. C. Mrs. C. M. Lock wood, Adah. Mrs. Daniel Eoyd, Rmtih. Snow V. Heatoa, Esther. Audrey Combe. Martha. Mrs. J. B. Olmsted, Electa. Mrs! W. R. Hoime3, Warder. Goo. R Craig, Sentinel. APPENDICITIS. The public has become so accus :omed , to hearing from medical lourcea that extirpation' of the ap pendix la the iai.lo.ial treatment for disease of that organ that the ex pression of a contrary opinion by hifeh medical authority, will to te it mildly, occasion great surprise. Yet this is what Dr. Page, of Boston, has recently done in no uncertain words. He is reported by the newspapers of the country as having said: "Aa operation for appendicitis should be called a criminal operation and as such should be prohibited by 'aw. I have been following the rec ords of aDpendlclUs operations ever since the rase for this form of sur gery fctarted, and I confidently be lieve that the day is coming when the people will reiUae that the cut ting of the appendix is a criminal operation. After the widely pro claimed benefits and saving of life by operations to cut the appendix, It seems hardly necessary to cite the long Ust of deaths following the operation." Herald of Osteopathy. SUMMONS. In the dreult Court of the State of Oregon, for WatJowa County. Schuyler C. Hlmelvrrlght, Plaintiff, va. Albert W. Hodgln and Sarah V. Hod gin, Defendant . To Sarah V. Hodgln, one ot the above named defendants: In the earns of the State of Ore- PRE-INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 20 Per Cent Off on any Suit of Clotlhes In the store. Don't miss this Opportunity to Get a Bargain C. H. ZURCHER gon : You are hereby required to I demptlon. In and to the real property appear and answer the complaint fifed against you in the above en titled Court and cause, within six weeks from and after the date of the first publication of this Summons, and if you fall so to answer, then for want thereof yau will be in. de fault, and the plan tiff will apply to said Court for the relief prayed for la said complaint, to-wit, for a Judg ment and decree of said Court that plaintiff nave and recover' of and from the defendants or either of them, the principal- aura of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($1500.00) with In terest theieou at ihe rate of ten par cent per annum from the 6lh day ot December, 1907, until paid, and the further sum of One Hundred and Flf ty DoKars (1150.00) as a reasonable attorney's fee for instituting said ult according to the terms of the promissory note and mortgage upon which saiu Ji.it is brought; that plaintiff's mortgage set out in hie complaint, be foreclosed,- and the de fendants and each of them, and all quent to the execution thereof, be barred and foreclosed of aH right, title, Interest, claim and equity, saw and' except the statutory right of re- thereln described, to-wit: SWV4 SE Section 28 NE SE Section 22 WH SW Section 23 NW Section 26 IE 14 NEV4 and EH SE 14 Sect loo. 27 NW NEV4 and NSQ NW14 Section 27 SW SE14 and SB4 SW14 Section 22 ali in Township 2 South, Range 48, East, W. M, in Wallows County, Oregon; that said real, property be sold for the satisfaction- of the sums adjudged and decreed- -to plaintiff in this suit and his costs, and disburse meats and accruing costs and' expenses; that plaintiff be permitted to become a purchaser at such sale; and that he have such other and further relief is to the Court may appear agree ible to equity and good -conscience. This e amnions Is published In the A'allowa Chief Lain, a newspaper of. general circulation pub'Jshed at En terprise, Wallowa county, Oregon, for dx consecutive weaks and seven ssues thereof, by order of Hon. J. . 3. Olmsted, County Judge of Wallowa' County, Oregon, which order Is mads persons claiming under then subse-H and dated ihe 27th day elf December, 1909, and ihe date of the first publi cation! of this summons is December ' 30, 1909. D. W. SHEAHAN. , 19c7 Attorney for Plaintiff.