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R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. A C.'irice Line of Meats always oh han, BEEF, PORK, MUTtOX, and SAUSAGE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Euterprisej - Oregon. - n r j Livery & i-eea stable K jffNORTH of Baxk Eni.DixG. jpy BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor. FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. OPEK X) A.1T JHSTX) NIGHT i 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 life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free. A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B., PRINCIPAL I, J. COVEJiSTONE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, '.Vallowa, Oregon. I respectfully solicit a share of your work, and will try to merit your patronage. Waitham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. J. FORSYTEE. PROPRIETOR Cakk'es a Cosiri-ETE Stock of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet PRICE, $5, 0. F. COOLIDQE'S - PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergon. ADOUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, Li'i eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, L '' Building Paper and Papef Bags. Doors and Windows. WALL PAPBE .A. SPECIALTY. PICTIRE FRAMES MADE TO OKDEK. Send your mail orders Enterprise Photograph Gallery S. C. SMITH, Proprietor. Located in the old Gallerj Buildiaj, Enterprise, Ore. Portraits, Penny Pictures, Views, Selreoscopic work Photo Buttons .. for txr.rx work. Kodaks Views or - portraits on uiulu ; and supplies, or do your kodak finishing. Cop "g hrging to order in CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDE gar-Gallery Closed n Sunday. or en- AFTER OCTOBER st, 1902 All of Our Clubbing- offers will be withdiawn. WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections of "Wallowa County. FRUITA. Srnokey, smoker, where is the fire. Thos. Rich and Jos. Lay started for the valley the 16th. We have a new mail carrier, Miss Martin, who is in tbe paddle. One of Johnnie Hamilton's little girls was severely burned and scalded on the right hand and side the morning of the 15th. She was standing near a camp stove and fainted, falling on the stove and upsetting the coffee which . was boiling. Thos. Morgan and S. C. Ilimel wright started out with beef cattle the first of the week. Messrs. Neal, Finlsey, Thompson, Page and Musty are all on the range looking after cattle. Mrs. Simms and daughter, of Prairie Creek accompanied by Mrs. Boner of Hurricane Creek are visit ing Mrs. John Guyam. Mrs. Hodgin and Johnnie Ilirnel wright while riding a horse who objected to carrying two, threw them off and bruised both of theiti but not seriously. Mrs. Baiter is goingout to Joseph to see about placing her daughter in school for the winter. Outside Sheep. Complaints are being made that Lsheep from Umatilla are being brought in large numbers tojjthe ranges of Union county. These bands devas tate the hills and take from the peo ple of the county the pasture that they feel by right belongs to them. Some steps should be taken to stop this practice in the future. It outside 6heep are to take the grass of the Union county hills, they should at least pay taxes in Union county. Union Republican. J The Forest Fires. A property loss which will reach into the millions and lives given up to the number of two score or more is a brief summary of the ravages of the forest fires about Portland and in Southern Washington. And even this death list may run much higher for a hundred or more are missing in the Lewis river district alone. Mills, villages, farm houses and valuable timber lands have been burned within the past week and only the prompt relief sent out from Portland and sur rounding towns has saved many from starvation. A Big Sheep Drive. Ar.hur Miller,' a sheep owner tf Wallowa county, arrived in LaGrande today after a trip of three weeks . in bringing a band of 5,000 sheep over land from the upper part of Wallowa county to North Powder, where it wa intended to make a rail shipment b eastern markets. Since his arriva' Mr. Miller has had offers to purchas the entire band, and he may accep: the same. The band wns drivei through from Wallowa to CornUcopii nod thence along the head of hi; Creek to the Powder river valley. LaGrande Chronicle. A Letter. Winlock Whei-ler Co., Oregon. Sept. 15th, 1902. Dear Chieftain: Since I left Wal lowa county I have not had the pleas ure of reading the Chieftain nor have I beard from there since I left about the middle of August. I arrived here together with my aon, Wm. C. Akin and also Eddy Akin and family; We had a very dmty trip and we found all our friends in good health and pros pering. Crops of all kinds are very fair. Fruit plenty and of excellent quality. The settlors here are greatly in need of mills, sawmills especially. A sawmill immediately in this vicinity would-be a paying investment. The timber here is plenty and of excellent quality and thousands of water. The settlers here are as a wholo able to pay cash for what they need. Will the Chieftain please 6end us a millman. The rj was a serious accident at a threshing machine a few days ago near here. It seems the table gave way and the tender fell head foremost at the mouth of the machine running his left arm into the cylinder which tore off his hand above the wrist and broke the bones still above. Two doc tors were called and amputated his acm but the man kept sinking and died forty-eight hours later. Wm. C. Akin was feeding and kept him from being drawn into the machine. This young man has left an aged mother who will mourn his loss greatly. His name was Edurd Mote, an excellent young man. Stock of all kinds are looking fino in this country. But the very dry hot weather is telling seriously on stock now as the feed is virtually gone. The growing of alfalfa and stocking llio fields with hogs is paying very well us they are quoted at a very fair price. C. Akin. Sacred Heart Academy LaGrande, Ore. .Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis. Select Boarding and pay School for Young Ladies. Academic preparatory Kindergarten Courses are conducted on .lie name principles as those pursued by our Schools of Philadelphia. Musia and Tainting receive special attention. Letters of inquiry directed to Sister Superior, SHUPMHf, ATCIII! We have got a choice lot of BUCKS in Enterprise. For particulars call on or address Wm. Makin. J. E. SMITH LIVESTOCK CO., PILOT ROCK. Oregon. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY 1902 Opening Announcement. COLLEGE LIBERAL ARTS.fiept. IB. NORMAL DEPARTMENT. Krpt. 18 COLLEGE OF M17HC, Sept. 10. PREPARATORY ' DEPT.. Sent. Ifi. COLLEGE OF ORATORY, Sept. 16. BUSINESS DEPT., Sent. lfl. COLLEGE OF ART, Sept. 16. COLLEGE OF M EWCINE, Oct. 1, COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY, Sept. 10. COLLE.Op OF LAW, Oct. 6. Tuition Rates Reasonable, Catalogue gent upon application. Board and room at Boarding Hall, $3.10 per week. Good board with furnished room can bo ban 111 tlio oitv for PI 50 tn .fLOO per week, in private families. Students can board themselves for even Jfi.uu per week. John H. Cohman, President, 5alem, Oregon. Oil in Alaska. Seattle, Sept. IS. A special to the Times from Valdez, Alaska, says: The first How of petroleum in Alaska was struck at Cotella, on September 1 at a depth of 300 fret. It bad not been expected to be so shallow. The gusher took everything away and rose 150 feet before being finally capped. The oil is of good quality, being valued at $4 a barrel at the well. It is near water transportation, which will cost $3 a ton. Ten miles have been located. Cotella is near Kayak, 30 miles south of Cooper. A large body of coal was discovered netr the same place recenty. cat fUr'Aikr-J3-ar ..ta-W Iftflfl MriKCftMUlM ISTZ warn Notice to Sheepmen. The Jackson Ramboulettc bucks from Dayton, Wash., are in a pasture near Enterprise and in charge or It. W. Bloom. Parties wishing to pur chase will call an him. G. F. Jackson. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Equalization for Wallowa county will meet in Enterprise on October 6, the same being the lirai Monday in said month. 4 J. H. McCL'mti.v, Assessor. Peach Plums, Apple and Pears. Por sale very cheap at the orchard on the Jas. L. Reavis ranch. Will be lelivered at your home if desired. Addrces C. H. Ooiiukw, Enterprise, Oregon. J. B. McKee's Business College and School of Correspondence Is now in its twenty-third year. Every teacher an expert in his special course. Our special courses cover the entire range of business operations. Complete Business Course. Time unlimited by mail $25. " Shorthand " Time six months by mail $15. " Civil Service Course. Time six months by mail $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 Tneins to ntter.d College, and especially for those who have been deprived of a Common School education. The greatewt 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, Utah. Principal. Is 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 L. BERLAND'S . Harness & Saddle shop. ETEJPJ(1E, OKEQOff ItEI) FRONT Livery and Feed Stable Enterprise, Oregon. G. W. Ilensley, Proprietor. Best Hay and Grain. Careful Attention Given to Stock, Open Day and Night. Money To Loan t On Real Estate. .A.T SEVEN PEH CE3STO: C. T. McPaniel, Wallowa, Ore. White . Front PRENTISS HOMAN ..... Enterprise, Oregon. .' Best Hay and Grain First class Teams New .Rigs . Free camp bo w ilh cook stove. t1 Livery I Stable, Proprietor,