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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R, I,. DAY, propkietop,
ated in Wallowa National Bank BuiH ng.
j Choice Line of Meats always on hand,
BEJUF I0RK' MUTTON, and SAUSAGE
jtlRED MEATS A SPECIALTY
Jdcrprise, - - - -. - Oregon.
Livery & Feed Stable
OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
INTERESTING ITEMS
From Various Sections
Wallowa County.
of
FLORA.
Imnaha on tb Boom.
C13Nqhth of Bank Buawso.
C. C. BOSWELL, . . Proprietor,
: first class teams and rigs.
Ttye Best Hay and Grain,
OPEN D A.TT AND HEIGHT
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY
To Patrohize Home Industry,
THE STAR LAUNDRY
Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup-
pucu wuu up-Lu-uiii.e apparatus. uoes ail kinds or. laun-
uijf wuiii.. r ciumj wasning solicited.,
JOHN H. FLOWERS, - - - Provrietor.
. f 1
I. J. COYERSTONE,
Watch-maker, Jeweler and
Optician,
Wallowa, Oregon.
I respectfully sclicit a share of
your work, and will try to merit
your patronage.
Waltham Watches A Specialty.
ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE.
E. J. FORSYTH E ....PROPRIETOR
.Carh'es a Complete Stock ok.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
Prescriptions '
Carefully
Compounded.
Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet
PRICE, $5.
o. r coolidgeV " PAINT ST0RE
I afirande. Oregon.
ADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish,
Lt.u eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement,
L Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and
Wittoo'ws. ' V '.
ALL PAPER A SPECIALTY.
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
Send yoUf mail orders
aneririse Photoerauh Gallery
- W
S. C; SMITH, Proprietor.
Located in the old Gallery Building, il?"8' fe
Portraff - Pennv Pictures. ' Views,
Stereoscopic work p
tfiy' fliihg:jn the 1 ofotogfa'pi:. Give us afial.
Weather cool.
Peter Fordney was appointed U.
S, Lani Commissioner while in
Portland. ' '
Lon Wilsey has been having
himself a house built near tne saw
mill. H and his wife moved into
it last Thursday. ,
Mrs. Robert. Clark and children
who have been visiting relatives in
our community for some time, left
on last Thursday's stage for Lost-
ine where they will make ih.ir
home for the present.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fra&ier
passed . through town Friday on
their way tc Lost Prairie for a
couple of days' visit.
Miss Leda Tyler who has been
visiting in Lostine returned home
on Friday's stage.
Mrs. Night of Lost Prairie was
visiting Flora friends last Thursday.
MJbs Venis Thomas was up from
Paradise Friday patronizing our
merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moor came
in from Grouse Satuday for a visit
with relatives and friends.
Frank and John Edwards made
a trip to the outside last week for
the purpose of . bringing' in two
ladies and three gentlemen, rela
tives of theirs, who are out from
Missouri on a visit. ;
Mr. HeBkett of Leap was in our
community again last week.
Walter Day made a trip to and
from Lostine last week.
James Doran passed through on
his way to Arko last Tuesday'
, The Ladies' Aid is-' having its
meetings in the M. E. parsonage'at
present. Ten ladiee "Were present
at their meeting last Wednesday.
On account of a rush of wcrlr, they
had an extra meeting Friday after
noon. Miss Etta Churchill is' teaching
the Lost Prairie school which com
menced last Tuesday.
Walter Landrus who has been
on the sick list, is again able to be
in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wright and
Miss Bertha Fleet were visiting
with the family of W. H. Baker
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Holliway were
called to Mud creek last week on
account of the sickness of Mrs.
Wakefield's baby. We are told
that the child died on Friday.
The pie and cake social given by.
the Epworth League last Wednes
day evening wa a ' success. The
proceeds will ' be ' expended for
badges for the Leaguers.
Paul Ownbey was up " from, Jos
eph creek for a day or two last
week.
Mrs. Maud Zindle came up from
her home at the mouth of Joseph
creek Friday and is visiting at
Lost Prairie. ...
George Baker Sr. has advertised
a sale of household goods at Flora
May 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eaker ex
pect to start for California soon.
Victor Robinson visited Paradise
last Wednesday. ,
Thos. Lathrop, county road sup
ervisor, came in from Leap Satur
day. .
J. D. Robinson is having trouble
with his cattle. He has lost two
calves and he is nursing a number
of others.'
Several men fiom Grouse and
Arko were taken into the Wood
men lodge at Flora Saturday night.
Five land seekers from Iowa are
in looking1 at the country.
Mr. Tyler went to Ldstlne on
Saturday's stage and returned
Monday. ,
Miss Flora Buzzard 1 is helping
Mrs. Lon Wilsey goo for mill
'L. D. Lively, manager for the Fargo
Mining Co., that it operating on the
Imnaha, sends word that work will
begin immediately on a fine boat to
navigate Snake river between Lewis,
ton and the mine, and will be com
pleted within 100 days. He also said
that the erection of a $300,000 smelter
on the Imnaha is positively an assur
redfact. This will be, cheering news
to the other mining interests of that
locality. The future of the copper
minea on Imnaha looks very bright.
All of the parties who are operating
in that section have made a thorough
examination and have satisfied men
who are practical minus, operators
and capitalists, that the copper is
there in unlimited quantities and only
awaits transportation of some kind to
bring in the necessary machinery to
get it ot. One fact speaks well for
the Imnaha district, and that is,
there are no "wildcat" schemes being
promulgated to catch the unwary.
One miner was heard to remark that
there was no room (or such schemes,
because there is hardly a foot of land
in that country but what is underlaid
by good copper ore, and as long as a
man had a claim on a piece of ground
of any size, he could produce the
metal.
Anything aqd everything.
A dead sure way to get poor is to
try to get rich too fast.
Trust God but don't neglect youi
book-keeping.
Thare are 7 editors iq the U. S. Sen.
tte and 30 in the House of Represen
tatives.
It is better not to do so mueh busi
ness than to do so much that is char
ity and not profit.
A restaurant has been opened in
New York where food will be furnish
ed at one cent a plate.
Cecil Rhodes did pretty well with
his tSO.OOO.OOQ, but wait till Russell
Page's wi!l is read.
Many a man breaks his bills down
town, then growls because his wife
wants a little of the small change.
Every sensible man always makes
his wife an allowance so he can have
some one to borrow from and not pay
back.
When a man postpones the pleas
ures of life indefinutely.be is apt to
find them missing by the time he is
ready to enjoy them.
Pie is not going out of fashion in
Chicago, if the statistics of pie bakers
STATIONERY STORE,
ADA E. KOE
Proprietor
Confectioneryf Books, Pine Stationery, etc.
School supplies always on hand.
POST-OFEICE BLOCK, Enterprise Oregon
".. V WPjicd here the best combination' of
3 " leather and labor. The harness will ' fit. and
, . the saddles are easy riding and the latest styles
' which is sure to give satisfaction. The quality
:M"r horse wear is the best and our prices right
f . L BERLAND'S
Harness & Saddle Shop.
EjWERPPJE, - OREGON
prove anything. There is oue factory
that turns out 26,000 piss in a single
day.
Married at the age of 13, a mother
at 14, a grandmother at 2&,' a great
grandmother at 45, is the'remarkabl
record held by Mrs. Minnie Pavis of
Omaha.
Chicago has the record number of
trains arriving and departing iu one
day with 1,100. The supremacy will
be overthrown when the Pennsylvania
and Long Island terminals are finish
ed at JS'ew York.
The marriageable girl in Tuni
lias a trying ordeal to go through af
ter her betrothal to the man not o'
her choice, but whose choice she is.
She ha to be fatted to tht required
size before the ceremony can take
place.
The highest April price for cattl?
since 1882 was paid in Chicago on the
Snd ?7.50 per hundred pounds. Thu
price of dressed boef at the stockyards
was advanced i a cent a pound.
Hogs sold the same duy at 7.0i
whioh was a record price.
A good one is told on one of our
doctors. A few days ago he was call'
ed to the hedido of a nationt. He
pulled out his watch, felt the man'
pulse and began to count, "neven,
eight, nino, ten, jack, queen, king '
The patient Immediately burst out
laughing and got wull.
Wm. Hammer, a resident of Pine
Creek, Ogle eminty, Illinois, 1ms been
raising what is krloWn as a mule-foot
ed hog. The foot IK about like that
of any other hog eXccpt the hoof
Hot split, hence the name. In most
respects he likes the breed very" well.
They weigh heavieT than other hog
Which are about tli same size. They
are not a well-bred hog; they are1
larger and rougher than the common1
breed of hogs. They are said to be
cholera proof. The farmer In Ohio of"
whom he obtained the start of thesf
hogs states that cmo was never knowri
to take the Cholera1.
OTICfc FOR PlTrfLICATION.
Land Oilive, at 1a tfraiiifo.Oro.'
Aprff tl; fflOa.
Notice in hereby glvii (lint tlin oUn'wiritf'
nnniol settlor Iihk filed notiiv of hi .inti-ii.
tion to eonimuCe and to make' tlnnf rui f
in snppuri if hi ilnim. unit
Unit mi, I proof will bp miidn lie-'
torn A. O. Hniitli,- t). 8, CoiiifniaNmimr
at ritt'rirU,Ori'KOu,im Juno I), V.fil. vir
H. E. 0H7."), U.rt MBr.iti, nf Knti-r-priw.
Or-m.n. tor tli- hfcVi N KVi Her:
a.S'iNW' an I 8WX NK H.-o. 27 T.
18.K. 4b E. W. M.
He nnincH tht; following wltneitneg to
prove lii coiitiiiiiouii reiluiia upon ami
cultivation ot, nui.l Intnl. vis:
Michael H. Knixlit. W. Krazfc'r :rai,
John .'. Pratt, Clydu Pratt; ul'l o
EntirprUe, Ormon.
K. W UAItTI-ETT, Ui-nNtor',
...ijiuj.jih jw
THE BUCKHORN SALOON
- Enterprise, Oregon.
J". A, ALPOBD PROPRTETD-R,
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J SUMMONS:
Complete stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Keg and bottled beer always on hand.
Formerly the Delta Saloon.
To Lean
On .Real Estate.
-A.T PER CENT INTEREST
C. T. McDanie, Wallowa, Ore.
White
liTAm: onrl
uivw. aim
Front
M Stalk
Proprietor,
PRENTISS HOMAN .
Enterprise, Oregon,
fiest jayand Qrain First das Team-New Rigs
ttit rttnp houft wit coot ttcit:
upon
Wal-
wlth-
IN TIIK CIKCUIT COl'llr Ot Tfrt
8TATK OF OHIItiCN KOU W.U.()tVJt
coi;nty
Idaho Kxi-mkation ami,
coppkr ('omi'amv,
lMttintiir,
-vs-
K. W. Eavkm, I). W. Kavkk
It. B. HiBiis. M. T. Ki.an- ;
naoan, J. 8. Gregory, y
Defendants.
Tiik Btate or Ohkoon sknus Ghektikos r
ToK. W. Eaves, I). W. Kavee, J. 8."
Ureitory, It. B. Hibhsaml M. T. Flaniia-'
gan, defendants,
You and each of 7011 are herefVy re-'
quired to apjwar and answer (ie com-
plaint of the plaintiff filed n the above
entitled court In he above entitled caiiae.'
within ten days from the scrviue
you of thla suihtnoiis if nerved in
Iowa county, Orei'n; hut if nerved
in any oilier county within said state,
then within twenty flays frijm the data
ofsuid snrvice upon you or If served by
publication then on or Inifore the first day
of the neit term of this court, following
the expiration of the publication of this'
summons: towitl on the 3rd Mon.luv !
May, the 19th day of May, 1U0!.
And you are further notified, that un
less you so appear and answer said com
plaint, the plaintiff in Said suit will ap
ply to the court for the relief demanded'
In said complaint, towit. Unit tliu ,!..(..,!'
ante, E. W. Eaves, I). W. Ea'veS and J.
8. Ureitory, and each of them have no'
Interest in or to said mining properly
aescrioea in piaintifl's complaint, or any
parnhereof and that they be compelled
by decree of the court to make to plaintiff
a deed of conveyance to said property of
ju uu an interest, which may appear ta
be in them, or either of them by reason of
the location notices having been signetf
by said E. W. Eaves aud'D. W. Elves or'
tbe(recording thereof,
u A"1i,.?r BUCh othe' 4nd further relief
ff1.? foeco.ur' roay seem n.eetar.d equit
ab'eand for judgment f iftosts and dis
bursements of this Euit. You are further
notified that this frimmons is pub'ished
by order of the Hin, Robert Eakin."
Judge of the above entitled court, made
ihd dated at chamber, at Uulon, Oregon."
On the 31st day of March, A. D. 1902.
D. Wi Bailey,
, At&neylSrPlaifitlff.

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