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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank Build ngi A Choice Line of Meats always oh, han, BEEF, PORK, MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Uterpnse, Ortgon. Livery & Feed Stable 1TN0BT OF BAXtf BuiLDIXfl jf B0SWELL& SON, - : Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. OPBK ID A-IT -A.3Srn 1ST I OUT ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry THE STAR LAUNDRY Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup ied with tip-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun- ry work. Family washing solicited.) MIX II. FLOWERS, - - - - Provrietor. 4. L.. J. COVERSTONE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, ? I respectfully sclicit a share of )Jp your work, and will try to merit your patronage. Vnliham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. J. FORSYTH E.... " PROPRIETOR C.YKE'IiS A CoMri.ETE STOCK OF. . OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS Prom Various Sections of Wallowa County. GROUSB. The weather was father damp the 4th, but the little crowd that gathered at Nauvoo enjoyed its self. Rev. Phillips preached two ser mons Sunday and organized Sun day school at Fairfield school house. The officers are: Ada Buchanan, superintendent; Irwin Hopkins, assistant superintendent; Julia Ray, secretary; Mrs. John Koch, treasurer. AVc do hope to see an interest taken in this move. Irwin Hopkins was visited by his parents and brother Luther and several young folks all from Dayton last week. The unwelcome news came in Wednesday that, Oscar Smith was dead. The message requested his fattier to go to I'omeroy at once. He was one of the old settlers of this part and resided here until last fall when he traded his farm to Rev. Wilson for a fruit ranch on Snake rives. His many - friends here sympathise with his parents. DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. v CniiniiHinilwl. Buckeye V apor Bath Cabinet PRICE, $5. FRUITA. Everybody is haying and hands are scarce. The saw mill shut down until after haying. ( W. S. Beath has bought up all of the hay and range that lie cm get for feed and pasture for his sheep this winter. The cattlemen say that 'cattle are fatter than common, and there will be a fine lot of beef cattle to sell this fall. William Baiter made a flying trip to the valley the lasi of the week. Several of the M. W. of A. went down to the bridge the 12th. They expected a big time. The ha' has been all sold or bargained for, that i.s for sale. Nicholas Musty is in the Park. Wm. Musty returned to his homestead after three months "way round them" for Rankin & Rankin of Enterprise. L. G. IY.,re had gone to Joseph to meet his niece Miss Watkins, who is going to live with them. Mr. Lloyd returned from Pine and Eagle valleys where he and his family have been visiting rela' tives for two weeks. John Landers returned from the valley the first of the week. and Wyoming. North Dakota and South Dakota allow garding claims not in conflict with 6tate 300 feet as the width of claims. Colorado allows 300 feet in some counties and only 150 feet in others. Id each state miners are allowed in each properly organized district to mate any regulations not conflict ing with the state or United States laws. In Wvomine. Nevada and California district organizations and regulations are common. In most other 6tates and the territor ies they have gone out of busiuess, relying on the state and' United States laws. In Colorado there are no district laws and regulations in use. As a rule they are not desir able, though where there were dis tricts far removed from the centers of population, and the state laws favor district organizations, they may be desirable or necessary. SUIIion Notice. "Don" owned by A. Morgan, weight, color, frrayj tfire, "Thorny Mng; dam, rercheron mare. Will gtand at owner's farm on Lower Trairie creek. Terms: $2 fo and fS. A.Moroah. ' Notice of Final Settlement. OUR NEEDS AND SOHE REMEDIES Cy firs. J. M. Gaily. F. COOLIDGE'S - PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergon. ADOTJARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, caiinjr Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors ar.d 7;ALL PAPSH .A. SPECIALTY. I'lCTl'RE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. Vor M..ii orders State Alining Laws. 1 Uprise Photograph Gallery S. C. SMITH, Proprietor. tel in the old Gallery BuUdim'''Wrprise, Ore. E Penny Pictures; Views, eteo3cop;c work Photo Sutfons or portraits oa dplti for fancy work. Kodaks "Phv.-s, or o, y,,ur kodak finishing. Copying- or eu JS I.) order in CRAYON, PASTEL, or BUOMIDK. jgt'Gaiicry closed on Sunday; States and territories .having laws requiring discovery shafts ten feet deep or deeper, if necessary to rev.'al a well define 1 vein or ljde, are Arizona, Colorado, California, Montana and New Mexico. States in which a shaft must be suuk only deep encugh to reveal a vein or lode are Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, South Dakota and Wyoming. In every state the locator must define his claim boundaries by htake3, which may he either wood or stone, and state in the location certificate and( no tice the nainu of the locator, r de scription of the property an ! date of location. Couits Jiol I lov.tors to the strict letter of the s'.atu'c. and 'a failure: to comply with nch and all of them, in case of adverse suits, is almost ,ilways fatal. Especially should the slakes mark ing the boundaries be always set, and witnesses should be ohtrtinabV to prove, in case of necessity, that they were set. A failure to ni-.irk boundaries-is u in versa, ly held tnj invalidate a locution. The width j of c!:iiiiis allowed hv law in differ-1 ... .... i ent states is :is i.uio.vs: N-iln::;-i Luui.ir But in trying to avoid Chan-Mis, we need not get into Scilk. There is generally n pretty good attendance at Sabbath school when there i.s nothing going on to attract elsewhere. It i.s that the Sabbath school seems to be of secondary consideration, that dis courages and perplexes tht superin- tendent. If you deem it his fault, come in and help make it successful. Does not a true believer, when in the providence of God lie is deprived even for a short time, or the services of God's house, have his feelings and longings expressed in the language of David when he was in the wilderness, "0 (Jofl, thouart my good. Early will I seek thee. My soul thirtieth for thee, to see thy power and glory, so as I Jmve seen thee in the sanctuary." Also in the 81th Psalm, "My soul longeth, yea even faintcth for the courts of the Lord." With snob feel ings and desires, where do you think the Christian will be found, ut least ui!in the Lord's day. Jesus suit!, "If vo.i love n:e, keep my coin nuiiiu ments." lie also said, '"In v.iin do they worship me, teaching for doc trines the command incuts of m n." Isaiah, 40: 8 said the wo.d of uur Cod shall stand forever. In our niiit there is a growing irreverence fjr (iod's house, His nann1 and his day. Our need is to turn to (!nd, and the remedy i.s to turn to Ciml and earnest ly seek his mercy and guidance in do ing his will. Never v re uppurtiiii ities to learn better. .1'1: ycali.u:--, Codly men and woimn are xn- din.tr time and money in pn pariii;; l, Ips i, the study and coinpre!i' :.dii.d of the bible, thai even the bnsVrl may have a chance to know. iJce.ii use of t ! i i-, are we to study no more, to in t rend the bible, nor even st'.i'ly ihese helps, as it were to go through a hu m of study and wornhip by proxy? Mai:-; mg ttiai wliien was inteuiieii tor n hindrance to our growth in knowl' ilc and price. N'otwith.-biiidimr tie critic, God's word is uiichauabic, umI "Jesus Christ is the same yestojdny, today and forever." We have the promise that "The God ( i heaven shall set up a kingdom that shall never be destroyed." Chris.t taught us to pray, "Thy kingdom ceine." i-.tid intlytsame prayer to say, "thine j the kingdom. We med .nr.;ce, luet in God, spirituality. The ieindic. are frrace, spirituality, tru-it in !.. And we need to Work and act, as re sults are obtained by service. To be earnest and sincere, showing by ex ample as well as piecept, uhitt our be lief is. Curb the tendency to lljrht thoughts and cultivate a devoted worshipful spirit toward God, and then having sincerely asked His guidance and to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Having done what we we could, leave the results with Coil, trusting Him to bless His cause. We need have no fear, the faith of the ages is founded on a firm and ever lasting foundation. Xot so the specu lations of critical upstarts. The foe at times looks .formidable, and. liko the servant of Elishii, we may Ije led to exclaim, "Alas, n;y master, what shall we dy? Dot the fame Lord still reigns ar.d t.ie same :ii: .ver can yet cheer -those who have faith and trust enough to open their eyes. "Tear riot, for they that be with us are more - than liiey that be with them." Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, as executor of the estate of Reuben B. Cole, disceased, has fileJ in the county court of Wallow county, Oregon, his final Recount of his administration of anid estate; and that Mondujr, the 4th day of Au gust, 1W2, at 10 o'clock a. in., has leen appointed as the time for hear ing objections to such final account and the settlement thereof. Any heir, creditor, or other jhtsou interested in said estate may, on, or More said day, tile objections to said final account, or to any particular item thereof, specifying the particu lar of such objections. Dated at Enterprise, Oregon, this 5th day of June, 11)02. Hascai.i. Coi.f, D. Wi Sheahan, Executor. Executor's Att'v. For Rent. Blacksmith hop, well equipped and in good location for busine-., for rent on reasonable terms, or would sell if satisfactory arrangements can be made. For particular call on or write B. Care of Itniaster. Imnaha, OrcRon. Treasurer' Notice. Notice if hereby given that I ha e sufficient fund on band to pay al" Wallow eornty warrants presented for payment prior to August 4 I'J 0. Interest on warrant included in above call cease July 10, IW2. Hknuv Mim.kk, County Treasurer HOTlClC K0H PriiLk'ATION. Land Office at La liriimle, Oregon, May. IT, l!HO. Xntfi'A U litpi.li Mvcti tliMt tl... r..u..u-:... llnmi.il .Klllur tin. hUil iitiiii ii ..f t.i. ..... hi-' lim-ll tiou to commute nml mnke Html proof in support of his i-laiini ami that snnl iuomi will lo matte before J. A. Kumtile, l'.,t rumiuisMKiner at Josrpli, Oregon, uu June L'Tlli.. l'.nrj. vi : II v X.. irtvt woi;...,, i i .1 i . eph. Orison, for the K", JSW'i A- W. 8K': Sic. IT.Tp. 1 N. 11.47 K. W. M. Ho mimes the follow inn vitiiiMsts ly rove his continuoiin resiili uce upon mij cultiviiliiin of itn id lnm, vi. i Alport Hartshorn Chuilrs I., Hartshorn ami Kreilcrirk V. Warner, all ol Josrpli Ort'Kon. and Jut k JoIiiimhi, of lnoiniiv Oregon. K. W. Ilartlctt. Heiris.' STATIONERY STORE, ADA E. ROE Proprictol Confectionery, Books, Pine Stationery, etc. T School supplies always on hand. POST-OFEJCE BIOCK, Enterprise Oregon "fuTBlva w arc- supplied hero the beat combination of leather and labor. The harness ,vill lit. and the saddles are easy riding and the latest styles which is sure to jrive satisfaction. The quality of our horsewear is-the best and 'our prices rijht I V. III I! Harness & Saddle shop. bucshoem saloon I Knterpri.se, Oregon. !j. ALFOID PROPP.IETOIi.! Complete ftock of Winer,, Li(p.ior.s and Cigars . Ke;r and bottled beer always on hand. I'ormeily the Delta Saloon. Money To Loa On Eaal Estate. SEVEN FEB OE2STT INTEREST C. T. TvIcDaniel, Wallowa, Ore. ITT LI V A IT Write 8 ml Front i run HOW' NTflhi i vm umuii Proprietor' orea 'eet in Arm ,;:i. Laui iri.i.i Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon,' Ut ah.' Washington A l.-irtjo st.iek of the Champion Dni.v Out niywcrs at the E. Al. & Id. !o. Store. PRENTISS HOMAN - - - i . - ' ICnterpri;t; Oregon. Best llay and Grain First class Teams New Rij: i,' - . ... '' F'ee car ho with coo'' tov.i.