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R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. .Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiHn A Choice Line of Meats always ofi han. BEEF, PORK, MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Enterprise, r - . , Oregon, I O mm m . . . uvery & reea stable 0North of Bank Bi-ildixo jjJ BEN BOSWELL, , . Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. OPEN X) A.1T USTID NIGHT i ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry THE STAR LAUNDRY Is the latest business centure in Enterprise. It is sup plied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun dry work. Family washing solicited. J0.HXIT. FLOWERS, Provrietor. L. J. COVERSTOXE. ikk Watch-maker, Jeweler and twill op,iciar'' jJjjg 1,417 V AlvlvU U A, KJJX.C,jV. sfi!fj7 I respectfully sclicit a share of 1 -our work, and will try to merit your patronage. Waltham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. . J. FORSYTIIE ... FROPRIETOh Cake'es a Complete Stock of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully. Compounded. Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet PRICE, $5. 0. F. COOLIDGE'S - PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergon. ADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish. Li.j eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement. L Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and Windows. . n WALL 'jpIFIEIR .A. SPECIALTY. PICTURE THAMES MADE TO ORDER. Send your mail orders Enterprise Photograph Gallery S. C. SMITH, Proptietor. Located in the old Gallery Building, Enterprise, Ore. Portraits, Penny Pictures, Views. Setreoscopic wof k Photo Buttons t Views or portraits on cloth for fancy work. Kodaks and supplies, or do your kodak finishing. Copying or en larging to order in CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDE. Gallery closed on Sunday. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections of Wallowa County. IHNAHA. The repent heavy rain washed out a part of the Trail and Camp Creek road and did some darnage to the alfalfa, A Mr. McLaughlin, of Arlington, came in last week to inspect the mine that he and Thos. McCarty are interested in. He reports it as looking well. W. P. Warnock and Roy Snell took some fine beef cattle out to Pine Creek to deliver to Mr. Holmes. Mr. Hamilton, manager of the Eureka mine, was up from Lower Imnaha recently. J. A. Denny, wife and baby spent a few days at Chas. Denny's last week. Mrs. Bell and Miss Susie Warden attended to the store and postofiice during their absence. Mrs. Snell hat been on the sick list, but at this writing is improv ing. C. W. Ricketts and wife, who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. B. E. Smith, left for outside points recently. The wind that accompanied ),he heavy rain storm blew off a great deal of partially ripe fruit. The road from Chas. Crumley's place on up the river for some miles is very much in need of being worked. A man by name of Arthur 0. Rose, who passed here hist week stated that he lost a complete pror-pecting and camp outfit and a 23 -foot boat on Snake river near Squaw creek about the first of August. Tomatoes are ripe, cabbage is large enough to use and roasting ears will soon be on the market, Sad Accident. FRUITA. V. 0. Wilson, a pioneer of upper Prairie Creek, died at his home in Eagle Yalle' recently. One by one they go, these old pioneerc. After the lapse of a few more years they will live only on the pages of history and but few of them there. Little did I dream a few weeks ago while writing in a viin of levity of my friend, Lewis Neal, that he was so near that rest that sleep from which none ever awake. I could say much of this good man, But others have written who are more capable than I, I will refrain. The long, hot, dry epell of weather was broken last Thursday evening, by one ol the hardest lownpours of rain I ever beheld. It lasted about five minutes during which time no less than an inch and a half of water fell, James Wisener has leased his Freeze-out sawmill to Harry Hope. This mill and the Grouse Creek mill are relieving a distress long felt by the settlers of the Upper fmnaha. Already we feel and see iow valuable these pioneer mills are to us. Rat Blevans has the lumber nearly all on the ground for a two story 18x24 foot resi dence. The fiat has gone forth "that the old log cabins must go. We hate iosee them go, these old log cabins, for in them many of our children were born and ab-ut them cling as clings the ivy to the riven oak, the fondest, sweetest recollections of our lives. A Mistake. . In our last issue there wag an un accountable mistake iu setting the Grouse items regarding the searching party at Bliss. It stated that Mr. Smith said "He never saw such men, they did not search for the body." But it should have stated that be said: "He never saw such men to search, for they never tired but search ed for nine days but could njt find the body until the ninth day when it rose." The Chieftain is sorry the mis take was made and gladly makes the correction. Word wag received Sunday that Frank Kirkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kirkland, who hve on the Creighton place, waa drowned Satur day afternoon in the Willamette river near Eugene. He wag assisting in driving logs down the river. Further particular are pot obtajnaWe at pres ent. The bodv was embalmed ami shipped to thjs city for burial arriving here Wednesday morning in chare? of J. H. bobbin. The funeral took place from the Christian church in this city Aug. 20 at 2 p. m. The fun- 1 ... . . ' enu sermon was rtenveieu m an im pressive manner by Rev. L, Green. The burial wa conducted by the Joseph Camp of Woodmen of the World assisted by the Enterprise camp. The deceased Wing a member of that order at Springfield, Oregon. The sorrowing parents, brothers and sister have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community. Sacred Heart Academy LaQrande, Ore. ' Ppnducted by the Sisters of St. Francis. Select Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. AcactejTiic ' " ' ' preparatory Kindergarten Courses are conducted on .he game principles na those pursued by our Schools of Philadelphia, Music and Painting receive special attention. Letters of inqujry directed to . Delinquent Taxes. Under the new law for the collection of taxes, unpaid taxes become delin quent after the first Monday in October. The county courts have ab solutely no jurisdiction in the prem ises, and do not have the right to ex tend for a day the time for the collec tion of any dtlinqucnt taxes. Under the old law regulating the collection of tnxee, they became delinquent after Anril 1, but the county court had the authority to make such extension of the time in which to make the collec tions as was deemed proper. But the county court nas no power to act in this relation under the new .'v, i)nd taxes will become delinquent after the first Monday in October. Additional Locals. Sister Superior. si it 1 . i1 5 mm 1 in II! We will be in Enterprise about September 15th with a choice lot of DELAINE and RAMBOUILETTE Bucks. Prices reasonable. (Telephone connection.) J, E. SMITH LIVESTOCK CO., PILOT ROCK. Oregon. STATIONERY STORE, ADA E. JROE prpprietof Confectionery, Books, Fine Stationery, etc. School supplies always on hand. POST-OFFICE BLOCK, Enterprise Oregon our Horse The business men of Burn-, Harney county have sunt in a petition against the proposed Forest Reserve in so far as it effects Harney county. The city council has ordered all de fective sidewalks repaired and that lights be kept burning all night where excavatjons in the street and other-i places may be dangerous. Dr. Bloom, a dentist formerly of Joseph, and now of Wyoming, Herman Trippier and Kufus Eaton, of Cove, arrived in the city Wednesday enroute fur a few days outing at the lake. Wallie Snyder says that while out in the Mud Creek country with J. W. McAlister last week he shot at a deer with a 22 rifle and is satisfied he Killed it because another person told him he found the carcass of a deer a few days later in that locality. A beautiful wedding took place at Rev. L. Greens on the evening of Aug. 2J. When Mr. C. L. Dickson, of Lovely, Ore., and Mrs. Louisia Clemons, of Elgin, were united in holy Wedlock by Rev. Green. May happi ness attend them throughout life. The Indian War Yeterans of Inde pendence have passed a resolution ask ing our representatives in congress to pass a law granting them additional pay of 12 per day for each man during the time he served in the Indian wars and f 2 per day for the services of his horse in addition to the pensions re cently secured. Elgin was visited by a furious storm Friday night A lightning bolt struck tho electric light plant, almost dismantled Dan Sommer's store build ing, and shattered the central tele phone station. . The most severe dam age was done ' to the electric light plant, which waa so. badly injured that it cannot be operated until re pairs are made and some of the mach inery is replaced.' It is stated that the town will be without eleotrio lights for two weeks or more and the , extent of the damage is estimated at u thous and dollars. The passengers on the northbound train from Redding Thursday evening were treated to a rare sight. At Calu met spur a miner who had been in Redding alighted from the train. He climbed upon the trapeze car on the cable crossing the river and gave the signal to turn her loose. With lightning-like rapidity the car shot across to within fifty feet of the opposite sta tion and stuck. Every car window was tilled with heads watching the miner suspended in midair alnve the rivei- The car had stuck. The last passengers could see of him 'he was still sitting on the stalled ear. He hung there for hours before he could be rescued. want are supplied here the best combination of 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 of our horsewear is the best and our prices right I, BORLAND'S Harness & Saddle shop. RED FRONT. Livery and Feed Stable Enterprise, Oregon. G. W. Hcnsloy, Proprietor. Best Hay and Grain. Careful Attention Given to Stock, Open Day and Night, Money To Loan On Real Estate. -A.T PER CENT IKTERESy C. T. McDanicl, Wallowa, Ore. White iwsnr am Front kl Stale, Proprietor, PRENTISS HOMAN . Enterprise, Oregon. . Best Hay and Grain First class Teams New Rig Free camp ho with cook stove.