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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR, Located in Wallowa National Bank Build ng. A CJioice Line of Meats always on hand, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and SAUSAGE G5JBE0 '" KEATS A SPECIALTY Enterprise,, . Oregon. . H M -Wm. mm i Livery & 8-eed btable t j,FNorth of Bank Bi-ii.dixg.J35 I C. C. EOSWELL, - . Proprietor. i rinsi vi,sidd i u,uid Jlj u 1LWS. The Best Jlay and Grain. OPEK D A. IT JLHSrOD ItTIGrlHIT ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry v THE STAR $ v LAUNDRY Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup plied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun dry work. Family washing solicited.) JOHN II . FLOWERS, Provrietor. L. J. COVEJ1ST0NE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, Wallowa, Oregon. I respectfully solicit a share of your work, and will try to merit your patronage. Wa'tham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. E. J. FORSYTH E.... PROPRIETOR .Care'es a Complete Stock of. DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Proscriptions Carefully Compounded. Buckeye Vapor Bath PRICE, $5. Cabinet OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections of Wallowa County. WALLOWA There will be a Knights of Pith is Lodge instituted in Wallowa this month. In this city, January 6, born to the wife of J.Arthur Bishop a son. , The New Years ball in Wallowa was a grand success in eveiv par ticular. Something like sixty numbers were sold. The reading circle held its last meeting at the home of John Mc Donald Jr. The subject for the evening was "Lucile." The society will read "Hamlet" at its next meeting. The Wallowa football club re turned home Sundav considerably crestfallen over their defeat at the hands oi the Enterprise team. The club is of thb firm opinion that had it not been for the accident to the center rush, Minor, they would have most certainly won the game. Frank Burns cf Lostine was in Wallowa Monday. The I. 0. O. F. Lodge of Wallowa gave a public installation in the Masonic Hall Monday evening. A large crowd was in attendance and a most enjoyable time was had. Miss Mary Chandler of Elgin is visiting at the home of her brother Warren JDhandler. Hector McDonald, the horse buy er, is home on a short visit. An Artisan man is in Wallowa endevering to organize a lodge. At the present rate of progress Wallowa will soon be well supplied with lodges. The political pot has commenced to simmer just a little. It is ru mored that Wallowa will preseat to the next Republican convention a particularly strong candidate for the office of assessor or sheriff. CHICO. The chinook of Wednesday and Thursday took all the snow off, and the hills are bare of sno ,v and grasy. S. T. Tippets has his cattle at James Daugherty's feeding. He will have about one mounth there. J. T. Edgmand and family were visiting wi'h T. K. Edgmand, Sun day. Miss Jennie Gill was in Cbico on buisness, the first of the week. Tl iere was a Grand Ball givt n in the city hall New Years night. The proceeds went to repare the side walks on fourth and main street. T. D. Scott went out Saturday, 0. F. COQLIDGE'S PAINT STORE LaGrande, Oregon. HEADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, Lubricating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, Lime, Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and Windows. WALL 3? .A. 2? IE -R JL SPECIALTY. PICTURE FRAMES !KADE TO ORDER. Send your mail orders $3h&&&' $$$$$$$$$$ I?TrnTMTVDTUri TTT7I7BV A TTi UlTTk l.rjiixmuLJuiiori jj-lv.lj.ujl ixvoj e.e.uq 1 I STABLE Wnt. Ueavis, Proprietor. Bsst Turnouts a The County. 0 Sohrebody will be in the barn at all hours If 0 g of the day anc night. rr- r 0 THE BEST HAY AND GRAiN THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND. Ciiistoenlcs Are a benefit to healthy women. But to women who are suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex they are an in jury; When there is weak back or bearing down pains, sideache or other indications of womanly weak ness, exercise can only aggravate the condition. The womanly health must be first restored be fore strength can be developed by exer cise. Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women weU. It does this by healing the womanly diseases which undermine the general health. It stops the drains that weaken women, heals inflammation and ul ceration and cures female weakness. When I first com menced using Doctor Pierce's medicines, writes Mrs. George A. Strong, of Ganfcfvoort, Saratoga Co., N. V., "I was suffering from fe male weakness, a die affreepble lrai, bearing- 1 down pains, weak and tired feeling all the time. I dragged around in that way for two years, and I began taking your medicine. After taking first bottle I began to feel better. I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, two of ' Golden Medical Discovery,' one vial of .' Pleasant Pellets,' also used one bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Now I feel like a new person. I can't thank you enough for your kiud advice and the good your medicine has done me. " I have a sister who is taking your medicine and it is helping her." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets promote regularity of the bowels, and assist the action of "Favorite Prescription." No other laxative should be used with Dr. Pierce's Medicines, with a load of house hold goods. He is moving out to the valley. The people there gain a gjo l neigh bor while we loose one. G. R. Miller, Isac Root and G. II. j M uaugherty started Tuesday for' LaGrande, where Mr. Miller goes' to make final proof on timber land. an PRAIRIE CREEK. The dance at the Acton Hall was quite well attended. Bert Sprague and family haw gone to their home on Sheep creek. The children of Mr. T0m Estes are sick with scarlet ftverl Mr. and Mrs. Jt?s?e Acton are moving in one of Mr. C. V. Meck's houses near the saw mill. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Snell, ac companied by Wm. Meek, returned j to their homo on Imnaha last week, i Messrs. Golf, D. Warnock. and! Joe Taylor were transacting busi-' ness on l.pper Prairie creek Thurs day. Miss Laura Hunt is on the sick list. Our school is progrcssfng nicely under the managenioni of Miss! Edwards. FLORA. Good Literature The Northern racific i3 notwl among railways for its adver tising matter. Its pamphlets T"1 1 1 . f.,U l..,.t.l... .i. . .... J. 01 iVIIllOSt ' l'WKll-'S eic., are xasieiuiiy y 1 gotten iin and .iro v:iln.iU, fur n-h-, t l they contaiu. Here is a partial hVt XotlllllJJ f What ,,r- lm- s General ln .b. '- enisrepApcnt, M. .Tlltm. will send out carefully niaikvl, upon receipt of prices given. Any combination can Imj made, and money or express orders, silver or stamps will Ik? accepted This is a fine opportunity to obtain good descriptive reading mat ter for little or nothing. Wonderland 1001 An annual publication, beautifully illiitrt,eil in color and half-tono. This uuniber treats rartk ularly of (lis history of lio Nortliprn Iai tie's Trademark, the Custor rattlt'IUM in Montana, and the Yellowstone Turk. 8 KM) SIX OKNTS, 2inta1urp tVontltrliinil- A neat and dainty publication containing a coniploto liixtoiy of tbo Northern Pacitio Trademark. TI10 aitwtic covors of the Wonderland 1001 aro ucod in miniature. HKM) KOL'li CENTS lVtSil 1'lon em Oom Vrllovon A book of pressed wild (lowers from Yellowstone Park, show ing tho real flowers in tlioir natural colors. A dainty and beautiful souvenir ten epocimens of flowers ami six full Pago illustrations of Talk scenery. SKN I) FIFTY CKXTS. Yellowstone ntlouul I'nrk- A new 112-page book in Btronjj flexible covers, good paper, plain type, illustrated, pocket sUo, i compeniliuni. and descriptive of the World's Wonderland. .KNPTWI NTY F1VK CKNTS. CUmltins' Xounl Itnuler An Illustrated pwket-size book, 72 pages, in strong flexiMu covers, printed on heavy )aper, dctcriplivo of an accent of the highest peak in the United States outside of Aluxka of a glacial nature. SKM) TWKNTY-Fl VK CKNTS. i 3 P I ; 'I here was a good turn out at the regular mounthly meetings of the G. A. 11. and W. R. C. Saturday. A watch meeting was held Jn the M. E. church New Years eve. G. II. Green and daughter, of Grouse, were in lown .Saturdav night. Mr. Edwards was around la-:tjjf week petting pigners to a paper j fa wlncli is to recommend our govern- j ment to ak for the leniency of England toward the Boers. A. J. Carpenter was in from Wallowa last week. Gus Eeekman started to Wallowa Saturday morning with house hold goods for A. J. Carpenter. Paul Moore and wife went to Grouse Tuesday of last week, in or der to eat their New Years dinner with Mr. Moore Sr. and wife of that place. The recent high winds have caus ed considerable repairing necessary to the telephone wire between here and Red Fir. No messages are passing between these two places at ! present. Hi Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day passed j through on their way to Anatouej the first of last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Loock have Moved j into the James Matheiv house nearj Waverly. They have been hauling j lumber and expect to build a house , on their claim immediaiely. The shooting match on New Yeais day was a failure, as the turkeys had left before the sports-j? men arrived. ! j There was a dance given in thc Baker and Drake hall New Years j ni"bt. , , !?S nanow 1 nomas started lor the county seat Monday. j A petition has gone out to the! court now in cesion, for a new! voting precinct and road district i for Flora. We think that the; present condition of ' our roads makes us fully justifiable in asking ' S for the latter. Married :r At the home of the brides parents, Jan. 1" 1902, Mr. U" A TJ,,1 .! Ht: At t,t j a. jj.jw UIT71 niiu ifiisn iiiiry l'j, 1 ,i Conklin. Mr. Lincoln, Austin Jus-: S tice of the Peace preformed the cer- j emony. Only a few relatives and! intimate friends were present to 1 witness the tieing of the nuptial knot. Mr. Bodrner took his bride ; to her new home the day following; tho wedding. May many happy I days come to these highly respected i young people.' j The officers of the M. E. Sunday I School for the ensuing year are f.s , follows: ! Superintendant J. A. Eddleman ! Assistent Superintendant J. II ; Huffman Secretary P-JarV Itimel Librarian Bert Braiden We are having splendid winter ! THE QUESTION OF 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 they they have not the slight est idea what it shall be. Then, nine times out of ten you are not satisfied becnuso 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 usaful presents now-a-days aro the monthly and weekly magazines. They are interesting and instructive, not fool ish story papers. Wo are tho agent for every magazine puhibhtd in the United States or Europe, and we can furnish you magazines for tho children of any age as well as for grown people. Another Point Good magazines are not expensive these diya. A few of tho most popular "dollar a year" magazims aro given' below. They contain the best literature of modern times, which cannot fail to pleace all who are fortunate enough to to be a reader. Here they are, The National Magazine, Ladies' Home Journal Woman's Home Companion, Delineator, Designer, Munsey, McClures, Cosmopolitan, Leslie's, Success, Saturday Evening Post, Junior Munsey. The higher priced magazines, varying in price rom -f to i per year are Review of Reviews, World's Work, Harper's publications, . Scientific American, etc, If you want a Teacher's magazine, or one devoted to Music, or any other profession, we can secure it for ou. Nearly all the magazines are published so as to reach thd subscriber between the 20th and 2oth of each month. Drop in and see the samples, and if they 6uit you, you can leave your order. Erjterprisc, Ore. wsathar;