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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiH ng. A C'i &6 Lbie of Meats alwaus on ha n, PORK, MTJTTOX, and SAUSAGE COHEO MEATS A SPECIALTY E iterpi'iw. ..... Oregon. ; Livery & heed btanle !y"NoitTii of Bank Bi ii.ding jjjJ ECSWELL & SON, - . Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD RIGS. The Best nay and Grain. O 3? 33 IT 3D A.1T -A. 1ST 3D 2TIC3-IIT OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Petition Grafted t stallion Notice. INTERESTING ITEMS' The resolutions passed by the Wallowa County Teacher's Associ . ? . it. , , . ii . . . I anon, at anowa. on m;v win. From Various Sections Wallowa County. FLORA. ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry- latest business venture in Enterprise. It is Sup plied with up-to-date apparatus. Docs all kinds of laun dry work. Family washing solicited.) JOUX II. FLOWERS, - - - - Provrietor. w i (tin Is the L. COVERSWS Watch-maker, J Optician, W0f0m$ 1 respectfully eweier and Rev. "Marvin was in our com nmnity for two or three days last week, lie preached in the M. E. church Wednesday evening. Baker & Brake started three teams to Lewiston the first of the week after merchandise. Photographer Davis took a pic ture of the residence of Newman MeOall Monday. Our road supervisor is working the men of our vicinity, and to a pood advantage, as the roads are being fixed in fine shape. Rev. Martin of Wallowa preach ed at the ("Har school house Sunday morning, and ut Flora in the even ing. Johnson Dav and Jess Riehard- "Pon" owned by A. Moigsn, weight, ISM.; color, pray; fire, "Thorny Kinir: ihlni lVrcherull mum asking the County court to pay the : " Win ,tant, at pwner.4 fim(l on j cost of the printing of fiuestions for I i.owt.r Prairie creek. Terms: 2 jibe 5th, 6th and 7th grades, and , fj ami $S. ' A.Moko.vx. ' j for the buying and paying forcer-! m iti M tificates for tlvse same grades, w a.- .., . granted by the County court. " 1 NtM:e of Final "lemcnt. The teachers of Wallow?, countv. ! , . . , il . , . . -tin;t- m im ici'v tnrii. mill in ! kindness of the Countv court tt,;. i . ' undersigned, as executor of the estate 1,1 : of Ketihen H. Cole, tlisee.'sed, has tiled For Rent. blacksmith hop, well equipped an. J in a pood location for businev for rent on reasonable tern), or woul sell if satisfactory arrangements can Ik' niaije. For jmi tieulars call on or write It. Care of lVstmastt r. Inmulia, Oregon. V Treasurer'! Notke. gmnung u,cm uicir pennon. , hl (1)t, countv colnt ()f Wul,wil , It will be the duty of the County : cumty, Oregon, bis final account of i School Superintendent to appoint: his administration of said estate; j two competent teachers to assist : and that Monday, the 4th day of An- bun in framing questions for these gust. 1W'2, at 10 o'clock a. in., bus grades. been appointed as the time for hear- j ing objections to such final uccnunt "" m and the settlement thereof. Tracy. j Any heir, creditor, or other pervon : interested in said estate may, on, flr The latest dailies received do not' before said da-, tile objections to shu! record the capture of Tracv. His1''"1 account, or to any particular latest exoloit was to enter the i,,m t,l,w"f- "Peeifying the particu Imnnf.n. Thn ! lar of such object ions. Madison on the Sound, and after scaring the. family into doing his bidding, proceeded to make him self quite at home for several hours. In the meantime thoroughly ran sacked the house, (lathering up a son came in trom Elgin last Thurs- j few dollars in money, sonic match- day. Grandpa Bacon was np from Lost Prairie last Wednesday. Robert Hay nes has gone out near Lostine to work for awhile. He filed on a claim over in Waver ly before going. Quite a numtier of the men of our vicinity will start for outside harvest fields in the next two weeks. Notice is hereby given that I ba sufficient funds on hand to. pay all Wallowa, coi nty arrant presented for payment prior to August 4, I'.t K,. Interest on all warrant ecusc-i July 10, I1M2. Hknky Mil i. Kit, County Treasurer NO TICK lOU It T.l.itATION. I.ainl Ollico ill l.a lirnnilc.drefiin. , M iy. 17. lm.'. Niiti' is lien Uy civcii that the tulUiwii. n.linril srlllcr litis lilcil nut ire n( !ii 1 1 1 1 i -lion to i iiiine.iih' aiul make limil proof r' ini'm t ( Iim cliiini, ami Hint siinl iroi.( mil he m:uii licfure I. A. Kiinil'le, I', i.-. t 'oiiiiiii-sioiHT lit Joseph, Dieuon, oil June -.'Till., e 12. vW : II. F. Nk. ii'-' i t, William A Jones, of Jc.. epli, Oreu-nn. .)r tlu K'j .V A' W' S 'e. 17. I'. I X, 11.47 K. V. M. tie lelllles Ihr fullowiln? tt itllests tu Enterprise, Oregon, this pmve liis eoiitiiiitons rmiilt-nen upon nint ruHiv ;iti in el M it lit Itiml, VI: Alperl lltirtlinrii Chnrlen I.. Hartshorn -ami Kreileriek W. Wniiner.nll of Joseph. On gnu. anil Jack Jolinaon, ut liwnuliit Oregon. Dated ut 2.r)th day of June, 11)02. IIascai.i. Col.K, I 1. NY, Sheiilnin, Kxeeulor Eseetitor'a Att'v. E. W. Itartlett. Kems.e- es, provisions, etc., and appropriat ing the farmer's Sunday uit of clothes. After shavinghi.n.-elf and j changing clothes, he tied am gag ged the Johnson family, compelled John Anderson, he hired man, to lead the way to the shore where a boat was moored and in which they set sail for parts unknown. The sheriffs were af vaii ins places alonir the Sound, restim.' It is said that all who attended j ni.j wai,in r f.,r solnetjirils to tnrn . i T 1 i . . 1 : me I'aracnse ceienraiion en oyeo t.,,, at track in d Oregon. sclicit a share of wilf try to merit your work, and your patronage. Waltham Watches A Spscialty ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. ,. Fonsrra's. ' rnonuiiion .Caup'ijs a Complete Stocjc of., themselves. J he program is said to have been good. Quite a number of people at- in. .ii. . . j . .1 . .: !. . leiHieu me ceieiinuiou on uie river, tu-') weeks aro. though the inclement weather kept .oi.lv good deed many away, as was also the case with Paradise. Grain is growing beautifully. Bud Rolls took a load of grain to Lostine from the Clark & Austin store last Wednesday. uoL's not iieinn Liood boats, have "one home disgusted. Me-ri'l lias not Icen seen since Tracv savs m killed him Jf he did, it is the to his credit so far Hiiown. STATIONERY STORE, 1 ADA E. ROE : : ! Proprieto) Confectionery Books, Fine Stationery, etc. JfJCF" ?chool supplies always on hand. POST-0 FE ICE BIOCK, Enterprise Oregon E It Fed Nearly Half a A'.Klion Poor.; ?, 'i58 ri PTNAHA. L'.'NIion, July f. An ollieiiil le.il , -J letin this morning says iliat the kii.t; I 4 is out of danger, is cheerful nuf Iwls 1 f iimch stronger. The King's mousler ! 4 diliner to the London poor was given i j lodav. Most o! the dinner Was uiven ! 'a . . - . . I c liit the paiKs throughout the citv. 1 Another FoiM-th is passed, and j TllU (V,tjuitp .,. J1S n.mv lf ; the two days ceieoratum at tins those whose wages are below the living ! place was something of a failure j standard, took wuva ntag oi'thedin- owin(' to the ram. but the dances ner. Ihe numlier feil ninoiinted to ... .1, 1..I 1 11 !.te ..I" .... ., 01 the. oril anil -nil, given oy iMessrs. nau a initiioii. itie iimner cost in Haves and Denny, in their new in the neigh hoi hood of :i. ).((',!() pounds are supplied here- leather and lahor. DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. hall, was well attended and report ed a success. An oyster supper was served the night of the 4th by ' Mrs. Haves at her home. Joseph Hayes Sr., of Walla Walla, is here on a visit to his iel- Preseriptions Carefully Com pounded. The Prince and Princess of Walrs isited the various dining centers At Bishop's Park. i4,u') people sat down. The dinner was typically Eng lish, consisting of steak anil kidney pies, veal pies, bam, roast beef, pota toes, tarts, cheese, beer anil lime ii:ice. atives and to look after his interests in tll(, ,,0n!Kl show- in this section of the country. J ,,,) , ,.ffoi.t tlJ ,i,.(.ss f(). , (1,.(. ia. James Rice and wife and llughlsiou. The guests were limused by Gibson and wife were up from j '-l,(0 actor and actresses, who volun Lower Iinna ha to spend the Fourth. ' u'el for. the occasion. Mrs. 0. M. Chase has been Is 11 -the hest combination of Tlie, harness jvi 11 fit. and the saddles are easy riding and the latest styles which is sure to ;;ive satisfaction. The quality of our horse wear is the best and our prices riht L. BERLAND'S Harness & Saddle shop. OREQ'ON Buckey Vapor Bath PRICE, $5. Cabinet 0 !7 rriri mnrtc La Grande, Oergon. ADOUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, - catihg Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and UVu'OWS. WALL IP .A. 3? 313 !R -A. SPSCIALTY. J'iGTl'IJE FRAMKS MADE TO OltDElI. '"in! your mail orders Lt iL XT' on at last reports i'ne sick list, but was improving. Mrs. Edgmond and Mrs. Daugh erty of Chesnimnus are down at the Hayes orchard for cherries. In the Churches Sunday. THK BUCEHORN SALOON Enterprise, Oregon. PROPRIETOB: Sabbath Sebo'il at the Pirsby teriau church, of which Mrs. Forsylbc is sup erintendent, wins well iitteiiddl. A pleasini feiitiire of this school is tne Mail comes three times "a week ; regular attendance of its members, .1 .- ... .,. l.,.i.,- ,!,.., ' most of whom are children, now, that is once better than twice, 1 .. ., . ,. , , ., .. , 1 ' 'i A t t )n Christ in n elmi eb I be nt teml isn't it? For ali but the postmast-:a,K.e was larger than iihiinI and an i er I earnest interest was tiiimifcstol. i , 1 , , , . ()rn Wagner is the eHicent suii'-rin- Rov Edgemond, who ha been at ; tendent. ' Jas. Hayes' for some time, will ae-1 At the Sfetbodist church, of which Complete f tock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Keg and bottled beer always on hand. Formerly the Jtelta Saloon. company l:;s mother home. O. B. Sum.. 3st.3njdg3 Photograph Gallery! A la rge stock Draw Cat mowers Co. Store. of the at the E. Teach .fs Employed; s. C. SMITH, Proptietor. Locate.:! in the old Gallery Building, Enterprise, Ore. Port trans. Setreoscooic work Penny Pictures, Views, Photo Buttons for faiicY work. Kodaks Views fir nrn'trnirs on cloth supphe,i, or do your kodak finishing. Copying or en l ul;ing tn order in CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDE. . - jTSTGallury closed on Sunday. 0. . Zurcher is siiiierintenih iit j the Sabbiith School, the n, tendance was large as usual and n jrorxl l( ;rree I of interest show n. After Sabbath I School Itev. Walker penehed a good Champion ""imon to about the useal crmcrega-! i M it M 1" 'he evening Rev. Marvin ; jireaened one 01 ins line sermons, , which is always a treat to those who j bear .him, alter which the ordinance of the sacra mjit was observed. I This is EHer Marvin's last vis!t to i this circuit before Conference, which : convenes at Colfax in Sri.teiuber. He' I expressed himself as well pleased With 1 A successful school for next win- : 'he religious work of this circuit and j , at the ;-eoiiest, of nianv of ihe mem- ter is assured, ihe school board , 1 , , , -,, , hers ot the church, anil others, will 1 is to be congratulated in the hiring .recommend that Mr. Walker be re- j of I'rof. Manning, who comes from ' turned for another year. j Nebraska highly recommended. . i Prof. Manning prior to his corning! ' to Wailowa c.uiity, was superin- .Colonel BrOVH, No. ! ten. lent in his county tor six years. It is unnecessary to say any thing in regard to the other two teachers, for Miss DeVore and Miss Forsvthe ar.' counted i.mong 1 i ' On IS J Rial estate. EEArT33Sr 3?ID1 CENT INTEREST' C. T. McIhiHiel, Wallowa, Ore. TAW M9 V PRENTISS White 11 Front T have purchased the above named trotting stallion of Jack Johnson, and ; will stand him at inv barn on theen Wallowa county's most successful j Kidgo ranch. Termd l0i iMSI1.rt.,(.e. teachers. j IIascai.l Cji.b, bostine, Ore. J IIOMAN - . Enterprise, Proprietor, Oregon. Best Hay and Grain First class Teams New Rig Free camp ho with cook stove.