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Of County Court (Continued from Wednesday.) January 6, 1911. In the matter of allowing miscellan eous, bills against the county. Now at this t!me the court pro ceeds to examine, audit and allow claims against the county. -High 8chool Fund. Jackson & Weaver, high ' school supplies ...... .. $ 3 80 O. H. Brady, supplies and repairs' 45 50 S. K. Clark, repairing sup- . piles '.. 4 00 W. H. Durham, repairing , clock 1 00 8. D. Keltner, supplies .... 12 65 S. D. Keltner, supplies 15 00 W. J. Funk & Co., supplies.. 9 80 Underwood Typewriter Co., two typewriters .-; .... . ; 100 00 W..C. Boatman, express.... 4 55 Elner & Amend, laboratory supplies 41 65 Enterprise Presa, envelopes and memo head ... 5 50 E. J. Forsythe, court house lights 32 20 R. L. Scott, road supervisor's! 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 . Ortgon-Washingtos Railroad H Navigation Company TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Announcement The above named Company was incorporated De cember 23, 1910, for the purpose of taking ' over the following lines: , The Oregon Railroad Q Navigation Company : Oregon and Washington Railroad Company The North Coast Railroad Company Idaho Northern Railroad Company Uwaco Railroad Company In future these lines will be operated by and in the name of The Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company " F. W. ROBINSON General Freight Agent Portland, Oregon .. W. D. Skinner ' enerjal Freight and Aassenger Agent v Seattle, Washington E.B, Miller . . Traffic Manager over all competitors at the ,.' Bnissdls International Exposition The Snith Premitr Typetrriter Co., Inc., 1111 Third Ave., Seattle, Wash. For ale and on display by JACKSON & WEAVER, Agents, Enterpriic salary 120 00 Qulucy Trump, road work .. 76 25 Thas. McCarty. road super. vlaor's salary 100 00 A. H. Sasser, road supervis or's salary 52 00 N. E. Sasser, road work .... G. H. Daugherty, road work 12 00 40 00 G. H. Daugherty, balance due on bridges 48 29 F. F. and Duane Latarop, bridge plonk 49 72 G. H. Lathrop, read work.. J. B. Williamson, road' super visor's salary . . . : 42 60 60 00 J. B. Williamson, working team on road 52 00 Harry Willlamsoni, road work 60 00 W. L. JlcCubbln, hauling lum ber 26 29 E. T. Anderson,, appr'n for Luther Johnson 10 00 B. W. Colpitis, brlige lumber 9 92 W. T. Bell, wood ...i 299 25 W. G. McGary, road work. . . . 140 00 V. G. Locke, salary commis sioner 25 00 L. Couch, salary commission-- ' er and mileage 24 00 Edgar Marvin, postal cards for tax notices .... ...... 50 00 Home Ind. Tel. Co., telephone service . 27 45 W. C. Boatman, stamps .... 22 00 W. C. Boatman,' express and Wm. McMurray General Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon MODEL 10 VISIBLE has just been awarded the Grand Prix freight 11 a E. T. Anderson, salary, post age and express O. W. Pagln, Jary list for Lostlne district , . Goodman, Jury list for Lcwtine district R. C. Goodman. Jury list, for Loatine district 62 85 3' 00 3 00 3 00 W. C. Wilson, work for state : tax commission; 17 60 Enterprise Press, supplies.. 49 35 Waltowa County Chieftain, printing 54 19 C. Conley, postage 1 90 Chas. N. Stanley, bridge lum ber .... . .... . 32 00 Wm. Newby, supervisor's sal ary .- 10 00 H. Thompson, work ft " road 9 00 Frank Victor, road supervis es salary .'. 29 35 Edgar Marvin, telegrams (2) Z 9U Joe demons, road work.... 20 w J. M. Comley, road supervis or's salary 10 00 , C. Bunnell, road supervis or's e&larv . . 118 75 D. M. Hammack. hauling lum ber .... 19 62 Neal Baker, road work 12 00 E. M. & M. Co luiniben .... 2 60 R M. 'Martin, road supervise or's salary .... 20 00 0. D. Rich, road supervisor's salary 205 0C O. LBerland, road supervis- br's salary .... .. ' .. 18 Jo Geo. E. Courtney, road, super visor's1 salary .... 32 60 S. C. Him melw right, road supervisor's salary .... . . 67 80 D. L. Butler, hauling bridge, timber 9 00 O. W. Chambers, road super- ' visor's salary . ." 62 50 H. J. Nelnan, cutting bridge. timber 14 75 J. P. Landers, bridge lumber 90 60 E. P, Sargeant, road, super visor's salary , J. C. Bates, hauling bridge 'tlm ber W. p. Keener, cutting and) hauling bridge timber . . . . . S. J. Keener, cutting bridge timber i S. C. Hlmmelwrlght, hauling 66 00 21 00 26 00 8 00 bridge timber 18 00 ' (To be continued.) Live STOCK 8HIPMENTS. I. .8. Hotchtotee shipped four oar loads of cattle . and one of hogs from thle station Tuesday, to th Portland market. HUNTING COYOTES. Supervisor H W. Harris will put on eight hunters and detail four rangers to exclusive hunting duty, in the endeavor to kill all coyote possible lni the aexti few. months. Circuit) Court Sultt Jan. 11 Idaho Oregon Lumber Co. vs. J. D. Struble. PARSON'S POEM A GEM. From Rev. H. StubenvaU, AtHson, la., in praise of Dr. Klmig'e New Ltf Fills. They're euch a health necessity. In every home these pills should b. I If other kinds, you've tried ln vain, . i USE DR. KINO'S And-be well again. Only 25c evt I all druggtets. HOLM No. 3912. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Wallowa National Bank, at En terprise in the State of Oregon, at the close of business Jan. 7', 1911: Resources. Dollars. ixans and Discounts $224,091 03 Overdrafts, secured and un- secured 1,036 05 u. o. Donas to secure circu lation 12.B00 00 Bonds, .securities, etc 28 38 uanKing nouse, furniture and fixtures 12.RO0 oo iue irom xsationai Bantcs (not reserve agents) 940 42 1 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Saving's Banks... 132 96 Due from approved reserve agents 6,847 71 Checks and other cash items 68 48 1 Notes of other National Banks 200 00 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels and Cents 97 40 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie 18,207 25 Legal tender notes 263 00 18,470 25 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation., 625 00 Total 1277,837 68 Liabilities. Dollars. Capital steck paid in S 60,000 00 Surplus luna w.uuuuu Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 6,242 04 National Bank notes . out- standing 12,600 00 Individual deposits subject to check i 90.881 70 Demand certificates of de- . nosit 2,302 24 Time certificates of deposit. 25, 731 66 Cashier 8 checks outstanding 180 04 Bills payable, including cer tificates of deposit tor money borrowed 30,000 00 Total..' .......$277,837 68 State of Oregon, County of Wallowa, ss: I, W. R. Holmes, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. R. Holmes. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of January, 1911. ,crlT jj. w. sneanan, ( b&AL Notary Public. Correct-Attest: Geo. W. Hyatt. Jav H. Dobbin. M. A. Holmes, Direc tors. MeBAIN IS PARDONED BY JAY BOWERMAN. News of the cardom of J. H. Mc- Bala by Acting-Governor Bowerman last week 1 not received wltb. very rood crace In this county, where i the double murder took place and where in the trial he escaped hang- biff mv bv there helm a "tender- o . . hearted" matt one the Jury. The murder was caused by a mix-1 up over a equaaere rignt m in. 41 . "TlVe Tears asro last April. Mc- Baln had been "located" on a claim, but left for Colorado leaving no marks ot occupancy. Charley and Theodore Troet of Promise went over to the new town ship and happened to settle on the land McBain claimed. The latter In Colorado was Informed of the fact, end hurried back. He secured a rifle and went to the claim and killed1 both boys. Two Indictments for murder were returned against him, on. one of which he was tried at the May term, and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. As far as known no petition for the man's pardon, was circulated in this county. PILE UP SURPLUS TO PROTECT IT8 DEPOSITORS. At the meeting of the stockhold ers' of the Wallowa National pan of this city oa January 10, the old board of directors were re-elected. The most important news of the meeting to the depositors and pub lic generally wa the Increasing of the surplus fund to $60,000, ;which with the $50,000 capltalstock gives a total or inv.uw as a oasis, w which are piled the other assets. In creasing the surplus adds just that much to the depositor's guarantee. The statement of the bank pub lished elsewhere in this paper show In detail Its strong financial con dition. P0ST0FF1CE RECEIPTS - GAIN OVER 33 PER CENT. Postmaster Ben, Weather reports a gain of 33 1-5 per cent to receipt during December, 1910, over Decem ber 1909. The local postofflce business has been growing not only fast but steadily. Every month shows a big Increase over the corresponding month of a year ago. Man-lag Licenses. Jan. 11 Joseph L. Lloyd, 24, farm er. Imbler: Venue A. Thomas. 23, Paradise, Jan. 13 John W. Weaver, 25, teach er. Wallow: Lucr L Carper. 18, Promise. POWWATKA NEWS. Powwatka, Jan. 10. Mr. Downard took his sheep out to the valley. Friday. Mrs. Roy Bishop wa reported on the sick list lasti week. There was party at JakeIyl- See the U-piece Individual China Sets we are distributing among our customers. Clearance Sale Ends Saturday, Jaunary 28 Not a case of spending money, but a case, of SAVING IT. You can't afford to miss this opportunity. Here are a fw sample prices: ' Men'i heavy Sanitary flaaoa-llnad aotton Lad!' Unkt Salt, haarv Sanitary underwear, regular TO eent 4j. fleeea-llned eotton'iUuderwaar QD- ! retmUr $1.50 ralue y0' Men', wool underwear, regu- QSg ' lar 11.60 value - Ladiea' Union Sulta. medium. Sanitary W' heavy Sanlury flllnl tton STf Und"W" $1.05 underwear, regular 88 cent RuUr 11.80 value value '" Ladiei' medium Sanitary fleece-Uned cot- lliMea' Union Suit!, heavy Sanitary ton underwear, regular 76 cent A5r fleece-lined cotton underwear 69C value regular $1.00 value , t , , Come in and see for yourself. THE FAIR STORE Get the Habit ENTERPRISE, OREGON Mr. Collins' baby is sick wita scarlet fever. Wert McGlnnls was tni bore lost week end took two of his cattle back to Wallowa with, him. Mrs. Joe Bell visited Mrs. Collins Saturday. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following letters remain un called for at the poet Office at Ent erprise, Orogon for the week ending January 1, 1911. Mr. Thomas Duff. Mr. B. P. Hend ' (jV PROVE IT FOR YOURSELF ! C Hundreds of people in this town are about ready to purchase a talking machine. C Buy in the daylight 1 Make compar isons 1 Remember that there are "talk ing machines" and "phonographs," but . only one Graphophonetho COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE C Be sure to get in touch with us before you buy. Complete Graphophone out fits from $20 up. Come in and listen. Most people prefer to bur "on time" and tKat suits us. Terms are Easy! Ik ni 1 1 mi inn trvrw - ' i II l?tiiminir. ...... I i inn limiiiMiii -i erson, Mr. J. C. Biggins' (2), Mr. Wm. Hogarth, Miss Mae Longt Oliver McCabe, Mr."W. R. Mullto (2), 8. Q. McCubbon, Mr. John. S'lathers, Mr. H. M. Todd, Mr. H. B. Todd, Mies Ellen Ulmstedt, Mr. Bert Vance, Mr. J. M. Vaughn, Jack Wells, Mr. W. T. Young When calling for any of the above please say advertised, giving date of Hat. Those not delivered will be sent to the Dead Letter office on January 15, 1911. ' BEN WEATHERS. Positmaster. BURNAUGH MAYFIILR, Agsnts, ENTERPRISE!, OREGON. ' . ton's Ncpr Tears eve.