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ENTERPRISE MEAT 3IAKKET. R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR, Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiHino-. A Cvm Line 0f Meats always on han, VEEF, rORK. MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE CUBED MEATS A SPECIALTY xicrpris. - - . Oregon. dt I-G8Q btasjle Livery iFXorth of Bank nriLDixopJ BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD JUGS The Best Ray and Grain. OPE JtT T) A.TT 1TIGHT r PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, ORCGCN 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 life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B., PRINCIPAL AFTER OCTOBER 1st, 1902 All of Our Clubbing- offers will be withdiawn. WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections Wallowa County. of ari''ii -.fir ''a L. COTtST0NE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, allowa, Oregon. I respectfully sclicit a share of your work, and will try to merit your patronage. Waliham Watches A Specially. FRUITA. The Blerans Bros, and their wives returned home a few days ago from Joseph where they had been to interview Notary Rumble. Thos. Rich, the Grouse Creek Sawmill man, has just finished de livering 5000 feet of flooring for the bridge at Imnaha postoflice. The Elk Mountain sawmill man said he would deliver the lumber for 1S per M, but the Grouse Creeli sawmill man raked in the check at $17.50 per M If one is cross and morose he should visit the home just now of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Rich, of Fruita. and see the busy workers gathering, sorting, peeling, canning and box ing fruit. To watch them fifteen minutes as they go and as they come, like bees go and come, will cure, I guarantee, any case of ennui. The Enterprise dug and the Chicago cow have made homeruns for the destruction of property. E.ich used the same means kicked over a lighted lamp and each ac complished the same end started a conflagration that destroyed everything it touched. I consider honors equal. W. G. Beiih will b' agreement take control of a flock of 15 or 16 hundred ewes on or about the first of next month. He has purchased 50 tons of hay and a splendid win ter range of M. Thompson, of near Fruita, for which he'is to pay 300. W. I. Dishman, president of the G. M. & S. Co., of Elgin, passed through town Sunday on his way home. Drs. Gregg and Temple returned from their trip to Portland hut Friday. J. P. Morelock, our cigar drum mer returned from a trip to up valley points last Friday. Nellie Ghormley, who has been visiting her parents in Powatka for some time, was a passenger on Saturday's stage for Elgin where slie is a teacher in the public School that commenced at that place Monday. Gertrude MeCullougb returned Fridav from Summerville where she had been visiting with a sister for the last two weeks. J. I. Smith has his new store almost ready for business. Most of his goods are expected to arrive this week and will be placed in position for tiade within the next few days. The different stores are receiving their new invoices of fall goods. A good trade is anticipated this fall and the merchants are preparing for it by getting on an extra large supply of winter goods. The latest transfer in real estate is the sale by the McDaniel Mc Donald Real Estate C,)., of the Wade Ilulse place near Lostine to Evan Allen, of the Middle Valley. Consideration $7150. Mrs. V. I. Dishman, of Elcin, was in Wallowa Tuesday night on her return from a visit to her mother who has been quite sick. Mrs. Day ihptterat present writing. Arthur Post made a hurried trip to Powatka hist week. The in'ant son of Mr. ami Mrs. Lige Hulse, of Lostine, died last Wednesday mornincr rfter a brief iPi-wxaa Wtk ill.l ni-t V. .. Orval Wilson, a Prairie Creek raised young man, writes nieunder a late date, that Mrs. Lou Ella Sacred Heart Academy LaQrandc; Ore. Conducted by tle Sisters of St. Francis. Select Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. Acadsniic Prpnnrntnrv - - j Kindergarten . , Course aro conducted, on he same orineinlea as those ntirmil by our Schools of Philadelphia. Music and Painting receive special attention. Letters of inouirv directed to ' Sister Superior. tin km i! Wc have rot a choice lot of RUCKS i?or particulars call on or address Win. Makni. J: E. SMITH LIVESTOCK CO.! . PILOT ROCK. Oregon. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY" . 1002 Opening Announcement. COLLEGE LIBERAL AKW.Sept. 10. NORMAL DEPAKT-MENT, Sept. li COLLEGE OK Ml'SlC, Sept. lti. PREPARATORY DEPT., Sept. 16. COL LEG E OK ORATORY, Sept. Hi. HCSLN EPS DEPT., Sept. COLLEGE OK ART, Sept. 10. COLLEGE OK MEDICINE, Oct. 1. COL LEG G OK THEOLOGY, Sept. 10. COLLEUI) Ol LAW, Oct. 0. Tuition Rates Reasonable, Catalogue sent upon application. Board and room at Hoarding Hall, $3.10 per week. Good board with furnished room enn ho hud in the city for $2.50 to. $1.00 per week, in private families. Student can board tlicmgjlvcs for even $1.00 per week. John H. CoUman, President, Salem, Oregon, mm 0 ENTERPR J. FOJISYTJIE. rilOPRIETOL Cakp'rs a Complete Stock of DRUGS ANiTPATENT MEDICINES; Prescriptions ('artfully I 'oinpoundpcl; Tartar, nee Perkins, died recently near Richland. Mrs. Tartar left a babe two weeks old. Orval further siys: Sister Annie is here Eagle Valley on a visit from her Fresno home. She is the mother of seven children. Brother Phil is clerking for the O. R. & N. at Huntington. Sister Viola is the three months bride of a Mr. Tartar, of Corun -copia. Brother Joe is working in a tinshop in Richland making honey cans. I expect, to be in Wallowa Valley with a wagon load of honey for sale this fall pure and unadulterated. WALLOW A: Bud keyc v apor Bath PRICE, $i Cabinet 0. ?. COQLIDGE'S - PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergea. ADOUARTERS FOR catiiur Oils. All kinds of Brush e? Paper and Paper Ba-s, Doors anc Li j I 11 IlV!iHvt. W ALL -PAPBE A. B PiCTLT.E raASES MA WE TO OKDLT.. ' eiK' yo.:r mail orders - Linseed Oil, Varnish, Glass, Cement, Siterpris's PliotDgrapli Gallery S. C. SMITH, Lcated in the old Gallery Proptietor Enterprise, Ore. en; t IT. Portraits, ' Penny Pictures, ' Views, Setrensmnir. uv k Photo Battens - Kodaks , Vipwe .(...:(., rUtli for fancy work ami , ...... fiin'mr. Coovitiff or cn Mrs. Theo. Williams and two sons who have been visiting in Grande Ronde valley for the latt two weeks, returned ou Fridays stae. Rev. Trever Orton, who was the pastor of this charge two years ago arrived in the city hist Sunday, lie has just returned from Confer ence and is working for the India Mission to be erected in India for the benefit of missionaries who ':'e cime sick. Rev. Orton was not given any particular work on ac count of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Brandia and daughter, Jean tto, of Promise, were in our city Tuesday on ollicial Died, in this city last Thursday evening, the little 2-yenr-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Brown. The little one was bid to rest in the Wallowa cemetery Friday. a Private Sale. Cominpncirijf Kept. 24. 1902. G. V. Voris will nell household poods eoi -a'Hting in part of n stoel ranee, bi'. room suite, two bookcases, liputii g stoves, etc. Also saddle, bicycle, cro cpu:t set, ropes', etc, Notice to Sheepmen. The Jackson Raiiibnulette 'bueks from Dayton, Wash., are in a pasture near Enterprise and in charge or K. W. Bloom. Parties wishing to pur chase will call an him. G. F. Jackson. Notice. Notice is hereby tfiyen that the Board of Equalization for Wallow county will meet in Enterprise on October 6, the same being the tirsi Monday in said month. J. II. McCirmjj.v, Assessor. Peach Plums, Apple and Peers. For sale very cheap at the orchard 011 the J.is. L. Keavig ranch. Will he delivered at your home if desired. Address C. ILOinniN, Enterprise, Oregon. lirJTng to order in CRAYON, . PASTEL 05 4 Gallery olocd''n Hunthiy. BROMIDE. J. S. filer's Business Callega and Schojf of Corresponda.ce Is now in its twenty-third year. Every teachtr an expert in his special course. Our special courses cover the entiro range of lusinepg operations. Complete Business Course. Time unlimited by mail $2.n. " Shorthand " Time six months by mail f 15. " Civil Service Course. Time six months by mail f 15. " English Course. Time six months by mail $ 15. " Select Studies. Time six months by mail $15. These courses are especially arranged for those who have not the time nor means to attend College, and especially for those who have been deprived of a Common School education. The greatest care is given each individual student Diplomas awarded graduates. Send for particulars and state course you want. Auerbach-Bldg:, J. B. McKEE, Salt Lake City, Ufafc. Principal. n cSsisa ants are supplied here the best combination of leather and labor. The harness will fit. ami 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. ENTERPRISE, - OREGON RED FU0NT Livery and Feed' Stable Enterprise, Oregon. G. W. llcnsloy, Proprietor. Best. Hay and Grain. Careful A ttention Givn to Stoll . .. Open Day and Klghv; ' r? IPO, SE"V"E2ST PER CENT I NT. HI 12, IDS C. T. McDaniel, Wallowa, Ore. r White Front Li JAP' nmm: V fell tabio Proprietor PRENTISS HOMAN Enterprise Oregon. Best Hay and Graio First class .Tearp New nig treecaoiph) with eook stof e I?!