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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiH ng.
. A Choice, Line of Meats always on hand,
BEEF,'. PORK, MUTTON, , and SAUSAGE
CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY
Livery & Feed Stable
ST"Nouth of Bank Building.
C. C. BOSWELL, - . Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS.
The Best Hay and Grain.
OPEK ID A."y A-ItTID HIGHT
To Patronize Home Industry -
Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup
plied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun-
i dry work. Family washing solicited.
JOHN II. FLOWERS, Provrietor.
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L. J. COVEHSTONE,
Watch-maker, Jeweler and
'V.a.llowa, v Oregon.
I respectfully solicit a.t share of
our work, and will try to merit
Waliham Watches A Specialty.
ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE.
E. J. FORSYTH E... .......PROPRIETOR
. Cakptks a Complete Stock of.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet
From Various Sections of
Miss Ada Robinson who is teach
ing in the Wallowa public school
this winter, was visiting with her
parents last week.
Bert Eddlemon of Oklahoma
came in on the stage Christinas
evening and is visiting at the home
of his uncle J. A. Eddlemon.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore who have
been visiting with relatives and
friends in the east for several
weeks, came in tn Friday's stage.
J. A. Lddlemon took them on to
Prof. Conley and wife came in
last week on a visit in Paradise.
George Clark's new house came
near burning last Thursday. It
caught fire and as the wind was
blowing a gale, the flames were
hard to manage, but (were finally
extinguished with little damaee
except a badly burned roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Evans gave a
dinner Christmas to a number of
relatives and intimate friends. Ye
scribe was one of the party and
knows the affair to have been a
The Christmas tree and enter
tainment was enjoyed by all pres
ent. The arrangement of the two
trees and arch with their decora
tions did credit to the committee in
whose hands they had been placed.
JiiV-ery one was surprised at the
gigantic growth that Santa had
made in one vear. For so old a
man it was wonderful.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. Buzzard and Clinton Haynes
spent Christmas day with Mr. and
Airs. Spires near Courtnej'.
Mrs. J. II. Huffman gave a
Christmas dinner to her Sunday
school class, about twelve in num
ber. The afternoon was made
lively by games, snow balling and
eating nuts and candy.
Mrs. and Mrs. Lando Gowev
gave a dinner Christmas day.
Mr. Williams of Pendleton and
a Mr. Fisher 'have recently come
in to assist the Pednp brothers,
some of our most prominent Bheep
men, with their herds.
The second daughter of Mr. Ped
ro got poisoned with verdagris Sun
day. The simptons were quite a-
larming for awhile, but passed off in
a few hours.
Messrs. Buzzard and Bingaman
returned from a trio to outside
0. F. COOLIDGE'S PAINT STORE
LaGrande, Org r.
, HEADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil Varnish,
Lubricating Oils All kinds of Brushes; Glass, Cement,
Lime, Building Paper and Paper, Bags, Doors and
WALL 3? .A. 2? 331? .A. SIPKOIA-LTiT.
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
Send your mail orders .
f ENTERPRISE LIVEEY AND FEED$
Wtn. Reavis, Proprietor
Best Turnouts En The ' County.
Somebody , will be ' in the barn at all hours
vrj lilt; v.ojr . tliik. infill.
S! - -i -r- v " -. ; , .; ; :-
i THE BEST HAY AND G RAIN: THE MARKET
P AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
k r jv j v?v y. rfy.Tfl- iv vfli Mr -Jty r a
Of suffering from kidney disease, Miss
Minnie Ryan, of St. Louis, Mo.,. found
a complete cure result from the use or
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
ik ia aut:u cures
as this which es
tablish the sound
ness of Dr. Pierce's
which originate in
the stomach must
be cured through
Every other organ
depends on the
stomach for its
vitality and vigor.
For by the stom
ach and its asso
ciated organs of
digestion and nu
trition the food
which is eaten is
converted into nu
triment, which, in
the form of blood,
is the sustaining
7ower of the body
and each organ of
it. When the
stomach is dis
eased the food sup
ply of the body is
cut down, the or
gans are starved, and the weakness of
starvation shows itself in iungs, heart,
liver, kidneys or some other organ.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition, and
so cures disease of other organs which
have originated through deficient nutri-
i : . . i i .
uoii ur impure uiooa. .
.! hnd been suffering with kidnev trouble
twenty years," writes Miss Minnie kvan, of '
iM7 I)iiisinna Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., '"and I I
hud doctored with a number of the best physi
cians. Two years ago I commenced Inking your
'Golden Mcnicnl Discovery' and 'Favorite l're- !
scription ' and look also several viakt of Hnctor
Pierce's Pellets. I took eight bottles (four of
each), and I feel npw pcrfectly cured.",, , , .,
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness, j
points Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilsey enter
tained a number of relatives and
friends Christmas day. j
Hvmkxeai.: A pretty home'
wedding took place at the home of ;
..lr. and Mrs. Jas. Fleet of Arko
Christmas day. Their dauch-l
ter May V. was uuited in marriage 1 w
to Mr. Chas. E. hitmore. Rev. S
C. Smith tying the nnptial knot. IB
The School ti?:li!iinor rrff. liia Wf VI
.Hw A 9 K IVV M
onf of its most valued members, 'W
but its loss iS Mr. Whitmore's gain '
and vho can say that he is undo
serving of the nrize. R
Married: Mr 'Paul M,inr.rJ t'
Miss Ethel Eddlemon wero united w
in marriage at about 7 P. M. H
P.lll-iBf moo In.. l,lr T7 1 A
Rev. Smith officiating. The young
couple was attended by Mr. Carev
Pritchard and Miss Lillie Beecb.
After the ceremony and congrat
ulations, the happy pair accompa
nied by their invited guests repair
ed to the home of the bride's par
ents to partake of the good things
that had been prepared for them.
Three months have now passed
since our local book dealer ordered
their school books, and still we
have not seen a Grammar, Lang
uage, Physiology, oi Civil Govern
ment of the lately adopted school
books. We wonder who is to blame
for this condition of affairs. Our
local dealer seems to be doing his
best but says the Portland house
gives him no satisfactory explana
tion. The expiration of tine for
exchange of old bonks is here.
Have the users of books no recourse?
Have we, in changing from the
American Book Co, ''jumped from
the frying pan into the fire" by a
book monopyly? Who will ppeak
right out in "meet-in" and explain?
Now don't all talk at once.
ilOOU LltCKlturO Northern Pacific is noted
among railways for its adver
tising matter. Its pamphlets
EOF AllllOSt fol(lcrs booklets, etc., are tastefully
gotten up and are valuable for what
they contaiu. Hero is a partial list
elisor Agent, M. fi'aiiil. jaiim. will
send out carefully mailed, upon receipt of
prices given. Any combination can be made, and money
or express orders, silver or stamps will be accepted This is
a fine opportunity to obtain good descriptive reading mat
ter for little or nothing.
An annual uu'.lication, bcnutiftiUy illutttrhtt'tl in color and
half-tone. This number treats particularly of the history of
he Northern Pacific's Tru.lemark, the CnMer HattleMeM in
Montana, nnd the Yellowstone Turk. SKND SIX OKNTS,
A nentand diiintv publication containing a complete history
of t'e Northern Tacific Trademark. Tho Rrt;Riic covers of
the Wonderland l!X)l r.re usod in miniature. SICN I) VOVll
M ild rton ent from Vrltanrlint-
A book of pressed wild flowers from Yellowstone Park, show
ing the real flowers in their Piitiiri) colors. A dainty ami
beautiful souvenir ten specimens of flowers and six full
page illustrations of Park scenery. SEND FlbTY CENTS.
YeHowktone .'uiloiiul lnrk
A new 112-page book in strong flexible covers, good paper,
plain type, illustrati d. pocket size, a cninendiuin, und
deseriptiveof tl.o World's Wtfliderland. bENDTW l'NTY
Cllaiiin$ onnt Hunter
An Illustrated pocket-size book, 72 pngrs, in strong flexible
covers, printed on heavy paper, descriptive of an apepnt of
the highest peak in the United States outside of Alaska
of a L'lacial nature. SEMI TWFvrv.in 'v pia'tb
I'J. k ulfW'j 'fTft'J, very! yimr.ty'jm Min ! iiiiLL.nrr
THE QUESTION OF
The blizzard of Wednesday night
and Thursday wound up with an
other col(l wave.
Most all of the stockmen in this
locality are feeding.
There was a ball given at Pat
Loftus' Xmas night. A good time
reported. A couple of the young
men gave a pugalistic performance
which did not last very long on
account : of the ground being too
Newell RUibbltfk'ld came out
with tne mail Friday.
Ti J. Edgemond's Xmas tree was
a success in evory respect.
J. R. Endic.ott was down on
Chesnimnus locking after his sheep.
The McFcitridge Bros, are feed
ing their sheep at the Greenwood
S. T. Tippett is feeding his cattle
at the Btickney ranch at present.
is now uppermost in a great many minds.
Men, women and children have begun to think
about good reading matter for each member
of the family.
In a great many cases tlioy they have not the slight
est idea ' what it shall be.
Then, nine times out of ten you are not satisfied because
you took some little old worthless thing.
Stop and think
Let us settle the question
You will feel better satisfied, because the most popular and
usoful presents now-a-daya are the monthly and weekly
magazines. They are interesting and instructive, not fool
ish story papers. We are the agent for every niugazino
published in the United States or Europe, and we can
furnish.you magazines for the children of any ago as well
as for grown people.
Happy New Year.
Literary has been organised! at
the Pleasant Centre school house.
Mrs. L. G. Snell was the guest
of Miss Gertie McClain one day
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sprague have
returned from a visit to Southern
Oregon. 'Hiey were' accompanied
by Mrs. Sprague's brother and
Boux: To the wife of Archie
Spain, an 8 pound boy. Mothc;
and child doing well. ,
Miss Minnie Pieobbtel is on th
A numbei of Prairie Or?ekers at
tended thf: Xmas ball at . Joseph.
All report a good time.
Messrs. Tommy and Fred Creep
spent Sunday evening at C. W.
Chas. McClain and family, Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. Snell, and C. W.
Meek and family epent.Xmas at
There was a hnppy reunion of
friends at E, T. Roup's Xmas. A
mong those present were. Elmer
Barton, . And family and Bert
Sprtigue and family.
Good magazines are not expensive these days. A few
of the most popular "dollar a year" magazine are given
below. They contain the best literature of modern times,
which cannot fail to please all who are fortunato enough to
to be a reader. Here they are,
The National Magazine,
Ladies' Home Journal
Woman's Heme Companion,.
Saturday Evening Post,
The higher priced magazines, varying in price rom
to $4 per year are
Review of Reviews,
Scientific American, etc,
If you want a Teacher's magazine, or one demoted to
Music, or any other profession, we can secure it for you.
Nearly all the magazines are published so as to reach the
subscriber between the SOth and 5th of each month. -
Drop in and see the samples, and if they suit you. you
can leave your order.