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W mmmm City Official raper - II if M f MM l!b$HP Mill 7YE REPRESENT A TIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. VOL.XVIH.NO.r2. ENTERPRISE. OREGON- AlTilSTDf. o. WHOLE NO- l Mid-Summer Wash. Dress Goods VK. A t.1 W We have just placed on our Bargain counter all strictly Summer Dress goods, consisting of Mercerized Foullard.;, Dimities, Percales Batistes, etc, at greatly reduced prices, namely: All regular 2."?. values at " 20c . " " " loo " " " 12-Jc ' ' " " 10c I6r,c 12 Ac 10c 8ic (5c These are all ;iice patterns and genuine bargains. 11 r tut an a. b It, I 1 lAl WORLD'S HEIVS. FROM FAR AND NEAR. Clipped and Copied From Our Exchanges. At Ti xtuknn i, TV :s. n mnu named 1 TJKmnsmasaEzmiaEsai cR3wn;a?imaeJ3:-gaaiaaa T. ....... '1 fll icrKins, nn alleired divine healer and The freight tie pot fit Po.idljfon was burned last SaWiruav. A woman has been arrested in New York city for .lipping and it i claimed she is worth ."jO.OOO. Reporis from all parts of Washing ton county are coming in to the etl'ect that the wheat yield this year will in proplp t, who has been posing as 1111 angel of Christ, who, he declared, would upe.ir in a few days, was taken, out of town Inst night by Wl.itecaps Hogged, his hair oc.t sh r:t and then given 10 minutes to leave town. A notice left on I'eikins' door read: "Same fate to sympathizers." II. II. MeXeil, that g od iiaiured Paradise merchant, was in Asotin Wednesday on his way h me from Lewi.-ton, where he had been to lay in another snpplj for his store. Asotin Sentinel. Mr. C. L. reson, from the Wallowa Groui-e If )0 percent short of what was expected. ! ei ifntry, was here Monday and made V 1 ti .1 . . .,i ; .... ..... 1 t-: . . u. 1 j.i 1 1 , i in lie. MIL' 1 cia mis 10 1 't.'1 fi i''i .mi in., immci eau. ii:i 11 ( h have solved the grasshopper question, j L'ueher and Kiley 0. P.ott aceompin- tie says that by liurnin sulphur , ivtl Mr. B.tsoii ami aeti-d as his wit-jjj aliuut tin; yard one can easily get lid j nesses. A sot 1:1 Sentinel. ot tiiem. $..lte -nator John L. Hand, of l 1 i w Hiram Cron, t.'ie only pensioner of K,'r c".v will make an ert'ort to t'.ie war with Great IV.tin'n in il', is : ll''v'' 11 11111 V ;lt next meetine ' r 'ported to he List nassiin' awav at tl, : H' 1,1,1 Legislature giving ISakei j S?e tf lOS, at his home in Dunhrook, ! County a separate-judicial d'istrict. New York. An ax trust is the latest. h';en organized in St. 1-ouis with a j tw0l!" Sassnilz and Kolhovy, Ucrm.i'iiy, canital stock of '." OlMI (to:. Tl. I tt distance of 10a miles Experiments in w ireh ss telephoning One has ! nave l"'en successfully conducted he-j principal product of the company will he ax handles. "Old r.uir'nn Omaha Indian chief, who was a survivor cf the wars waged Ueports of another eruption oI-Mo..t ', 011 ,,1C Iniii:,,is l'.V Ciencral Custer, Pelee liave been received. The errir-' is llclul "ie Arapahoe Indian Agency 'We ofTer a nice new stock ot men's and youths' Straw Hats at 50c on the dollar. Tins price is made regard less of cot in Order to close them out. Shoes We have some odds and ends in this line at just half regular price. These are good quality, but price is made '.for the reason that we. haven't a full line of sizes in the different styles. Buying these at price offered is genuine economy. We offer as a special drive in this line 25 dozen pairs of Misses' and children's black Hose in sizes from 5 to 9 at Gc per pair These values will surprise vou. These are in Mercerised cotton and Percale at. one-half regular price. Ladies' iilk waists resulii? 3 50 4 4 50 3 value $3 75 2 50 3 3 25 2 25 ..These silk waists are the best quality vye have ever kac1 and now is the time to get bargains in them. xru tr tiiP iinmoion mowers yet on hand ' c nave d icw w r . i. it. D ' Remember this mower took first premium at the Fans r;:i:.- ii e'. fliftm if vou are interested in 'yg a mower. tion was followed hy total darkness five miles away from the volcano, which lasted fully 20 minutes. A movement is on foot in Baker City to organize a good roads club and co-operate with the movement to he instituted hy James W. Abbott, of the United States Department of i Agriculture, who will hold a good at Coly, Okla. He was in the CukI?i battle at the Little Big Horn in 187fi, and afterwards entered the regular army, serving until he retired on ac-i count of old age. The annual convention of the Xa- j tional Fraternal Congress will meet I I in Denver today, The, congress is I composed of 37 fraternal orders and j j 300 delegates are in attendance, reji-! I .;,,,,( iivi noo ....... .1., -it...,..:... 1 , . l All .1 f ,i H-fTUIIllIlL l.Wr(Tyw IJV1I Hi;, 11 11 I 1111 October. All the minin ' men of this i . , 1 ', i .. ' . !.' ... ' porta nt (inest ions for the hetternient ' district a-c heartily in m. -or of such a ff , , , , .,, , , ,. . I'MHllllll IIMKCl, ..111 L. Ul'JIIJtllU lll movement and will sui po-t it. I, ,. ' Ex-Senator Peffer, of Kansas, has Keprcsentatives J. II. Kobbins, of been in the background for several ' Sumpter. exnects to wush several years, but is not letting his faculties , measures iclatine to mining nt the rest. In his quiet. Washington home j lu.xt 8(!i(jn of the Logish.ture, among he is writing a scries of reviews of cer- i wlwtrli will be a bill providing or u lain perions oi American History, and ; gtate Mine Inspector. lor some time lias had in mind writing a work dealing with the question of labor and capital. He has 30 large scrapbooks tilled with pictorial and other caricatures of himself and his lleas. President Mellen, of the Northern School Begins Sept. 15. Notice is hereby given that the dir-1 aot.nv. ftf 1 11 f nn iri aa K.linnl Tttufri.t i Pacific, says the plans of his companv ' x 01 . , , . . , , , , . . , .' 0. 21 itt n meeting held last week de-1 for entering Portland involve the . . ,. . , . ,; , ., . , ,. , .,.,, . terinined that the fall term of school! bridging of the Columbia and V il a-1 ,r I " f , . . , shall begin Sept. 15. mette rivers and the boring of a tun-1 . , , , ' , . ,, ... .1 x, 1 , 1 . . An order wns also made that all nei uirougn ine uacKooue 01 tne pen-1 ., llirtuiii, tvn vii .11111.11 1.111 uuni UUOUb . . , . . ,. . .. . . nnn iui v u t . starting to school in this district .!.01H).( () !. ,orLhern PnmtTn tnniia . . ! w ill come down the Columbia over the O. R. & N. track from Wallula and i from Portland to Puget Sound, Union Pacific trains will pass over, Nortnern Pacific tracks. Near Sterling, Colo., a large corps of Government surveyors arc making vaccinated before ! 1 this district. D. L. J'eavis, Clerk. County News. Is what you want when you sub scribe for A County Paper. kj.'v.'.jje.'.iYajL-a Look Over The ifniinurn Plnnll I UHtl liiilill And See . That It Gives tt)c (bounty News. Tc piucc is $1.50 a yeai. We offer some exceptional bargains in our CLUBBING RATES with other , papers and magazines. For Instance Chieftain and Oregon'an both one year for $2.00. Chieftain and Spokesman Review both one year for $2-00 Chieftain and Examiner both ane year for $2.25. The Chieftain and any of the $1 magazines one year for $2.50. Address or Call on Enterprise, 'Or, u ! i ?4 1 Teachers Institute. Notice is hereby given that the an nual Teachers Institute for Wallowa .. . couivly will be held at Joseph, Sept. a preliminary survey for a ditch to . Ir .. . 1 We are hcudquartcr's' for Mitchell wagons tn this county have a good supply of thetn on hand. Our slock of General Merchandise is quite complete. a:id we would glad to figure with you on anything you Respectfully yours,- Pi carry water from the Platte river to the Great Pawnee reservoir,, which it , is believed that the Government will build. The ditch ,will..be 75 mihis long, sis feet wide at the bottom and 75 feet wide at the top. The cost of construction is estimated at $1,000,000. - Work will winn beirin on a lan e condensed milk factory to be erected at Forest Grove. The president of tl e com-.any lias gone East to purchase the machinery necessary to operate it and it is expected to hrve the plant tunning b fore the snow (lies. 3, 4 and 5. The program will be an nounced later. J. C. Com.ky, upt. Notice The University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. The first .Semedcr, Session 1902 -3. opens Wednesdav. Scnioin ber 17th. The following Schools, and Colleges are comprised in tint Univeisity. GraduateSchool College of Literature, Science and Arts College of Science and Engineering University Academy School of Mu"ic hcnotl of Medicine School of Law. Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law. Medicine and Music ("Incidental fee 10.00, Student-Jiody tax $2.50 per year.) Cost of liv- Mrs. Clara Montgomery, who has S from $ 100.00 to ? 200.00 per year. . For catalogue, address recently assumed charge of the Enter prise House wshes to inform the public that the building has received a thorough cleaning and fumigation, and that it will be open to the public today, and site solicits a share of your patronage. REGISTRAR OF THE UNIVERSITY, EUGENE, OREGON PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping is taught exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand is made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in Hfe; where thousands J. B. frlcKee's Business Collega and School of Correspondence Is row in its twenty-third year. Every teacher an expert in hi special course. Our special courses cover the entire rango of busintfa operations. ' ...! , Complete Business Course. Time unlimited by mall $2.5. " Shorthand " Time six months by mail f 15. " Civil Service Course. Time six months by mail $15. " English Course. Time six months by mail $15. " . Seleot Studies. Time six months by mail $15. ' These courses are especially arranged for those'who have not thff time nor means to attend Collegej and espeeiajly fof those who have been deprived'of a Cdmmon School education. ) ' ' . Ihe greatest care is given each1 individual student Diplomas want. thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free, awarded graduates. Send for particulars amistote course you want k. p.' Armstrong; ll." b.'; principal . Auerbaeh-BW.. j. b. Mcke-e. . Salt Lake City, Utah. ' Principal.