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ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R. L. DAY, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building i '&' Shfi's a Qreat State. J Choice Line of Meats always on hand, ;EEF, rORK, Murium, jind S.1VS.1GE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY xterpnse, - IV populated. F.nfflinil f.. i..,fi f comparison has 50,$rt7 aqnare miles of territory, hi:e Oregon, has an are of M.03.) square mile. England has a population o: 2T,ii00,030 in excess of that of Oregon. mere are nuivie-oi-r riiiN in tlm Oregon Livery & Feed Stable 3 t" f2SNoRTn of Bask BuldixgJ BENjBOSWELL, Proprietor. are numcrou: cities in 1 1 1 itd States .-eh of which has a pop- 1 ; n'ation greater than this entire state. 2 i T1e people residing in fan Francisco sfdLRriJ Oakland exce?l in number all the residents of Oregon. Thr?a mountain ranges intersect .the ftati on a northerly course, and several transverse range further sul- aivi le it. A very large ponbn t f these mountains hear niiner..l deposits of value, chie.1v gold. The mineral area a!, ne qua' th.it of several Nw E inland stKtes combined. In natural and industrial resources O.-go.i ci.rnot W surpa?seJ. She can put her fi-heries, cereals, fruits, , stock, dairy an I mineral pos Utilities' j in competition with anv country of 4 ' e-ial area anywhere, yet, by reason of f her sparse population, she has but two TWO nORE FOREST RESERVES. New Tracts In Eastern Oregon With drawn from Entry. FIRST CLAS TEAMS JXD BIGS. j The Best Hay and Grain. OPEK D A.1T A. IT ID NIGHT (.icqct ii. l- iieim-u.Kuis undevel oped aggregation of natural wealth in this wonderful state. This widely dis parsed s-ittere I little community of Orego i ha workei wonders in its humble way. Oregonians need not lie ashamed of their work or the re sult thereof. But results thus far amount to i.o more than a preface to the chapters in the marvelous volume of the future. Forest Grove Times. PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON The school where thorough work is done; where the reaon is ays given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping mght exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand is :e easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of kkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in where thousands more will be. Open all the 'ear. Catalogue free. A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL I. C DYERS TONE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, Wallowa, Oregon. Just arrived A nice line cf watcees, Chain. Charms, Xeck- :ccs, Lockets, Ring's, Brooches, Cuff Pins, Bodice Pins, Emblem Pins, Thimbles, Ladies Purses, Bracelets, etc. Privileges on Reserve. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. . FORSYTES PROPRIETOR Cakp-es a Complete Stock of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Inasmuch as Wallowa county is to have a Forest Reserve we publish the following from the Antelope Herald : li. v. Langm . p iural turestry in spector, met a number of the stock men's union here, last Friday, and discussed with tl e n the question of pasturage in the forest leserve. Mr. j Langille sta etl that the aim of the government ns the greatest good to the greatest number, and that the ( great.- 'int rest centered in the pres ervation and utilization of the timbi-r 'supply. II-jointed out that by the ! setting ; side of th-- C.iscadfj n serve, it jh.il lien protect.'d f:om the land-grabber-, and the Li-.ids hud been pre , served for th use oi the people, sub ject only to proper restrictions. Tue chi i inquiry made by the department lis: Dat numoero: sheep win the I reserve carry without injuring the j permanency o' the grazing, and how 'can that number be apportioned with jistiee to all? Thi se matters were thoroughly discussed, and before clos ing !!! remarks, Mr. J.;nigille stated th it as long as th shit puieii will do th ir utmtijt to co-o;- rat? with the government in jirom iting thu useful ness o: t!i' reserve, they may rest as sured t'i grazing privilege will be ex tended to them." Lrecnptiong reful I y ijo'.:ntlerl. The masqurad? ball given at the city hall last niht was an elaborate affair, an! about thirty coup! s parti cipated. Th pri.e ior the g ' t ms t -lined lad v character wai iiv.ujdjd to Oirgonian New Bureau, Washing ton, Nov. IS On recommendation of the Geological Survey, the Secretary of the Interior today ordered the withdrawal of two additional Uxlies of land in Eastern Oregon, with a view to the creation of forst reserves. The one tract embraces the Towder River Mountains and contiguous country, about 250 townships in all and extends from the Snake river on the east to a point a few miles cast of I nion and Cove on the east, the withdrawal King boot shaped, with the toe turned north. The towns of Cornucopia and Medical Springs are about four miles south of the southern extremity of the withdrawal, while the City of Enterprise, as well as Wallowa Lake, have been excluded on the north jrom the original recom mendation of the Geelogical Survey. Many private entries hue Wen ex cluded. This withdrawal is also rec ommended by Congressman-elect Williamson. The second withdrawal embraces about 14 townships lying along tho northern end of the Blue Mountain range, following the Union and Uma tilla County line, embodying all tin-o:.-upied publfc timber lands and the headwaters of many small streams tributary to the Grand Konde and Umatilla Rivers. This withdrawal also extends into Washington, where it embraces about 13 townships in Asotin and Columbia Counties, being northern extremity of the Blue Moun t.iin range. Practically all oi the land included within tin se withdraw als is unsuiviyed. None of the low lands valmbls for agricultural pur poses have been ii. eluded, and, as far as pcs-ihle, all lands covered ly di mes, of one form or another, have been excluded. It is probable that the Presidential proclamation which will finally create these reserves will eliminate all but public lauds from the final reserves, which are contem plated much to preserve the water supply as to preserve the timber. Sacred Heart Academy LaGrande, Ore. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francix. Select Bearding and Day School for Young I.ndies. Academic Pre pa rat n Kindergarten ,1 by our Schools of Philadelphia. Music and Fainting receive t attention. Letters of inquiry directed to Sister Superior simi, TIT We have pot a choice lot of BUCKS ;n KiVM-i For particulars call on or address Wm. MaUin. J. E. SMITH LIVESTOCK OC PILOT KOCK. Ore--.!. . WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY 11)02 Opening Announcement. COLLEGE I.IBEHAI, AUTS.Sept. 10. NORM AL IH'.r 1!TM KM COLLEGE OP MCSIC, Sept. .1(5. J'KKIWI! A TORY !Kl" COLLEGE OF ORATORY, Sept. lti. WSINESS 1'EIT., S, . ! ttiLIhiih Or ART, Sept. Mi. COLLEGE OK MEDlOM COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY, Sept. 111. COLLKGO OP LAW, i Tuition Rates Reasonable, Caialozue sent uno-i nrrn:. Board anj room at Boarding Hall, $j.io psr week. Good hoard with furnished room ean he luo in t he eit f. fl.O") per week, in private families Students e.n Inurd theim ifl.00 per week. John H. Col:man, President, 5a!cm, r, Ojr New Offer. In another column is nn otter that excels any other ever mule to Chief tuin readbrs. 2.25 for the Chiefttin, Conkey's Home .lournul, the liius.c::! membership anil live of thehest hooks if the age. The hooks alone are .vorth in the market nmre than $2.2.ri. sk any one who is ucipiiiinted with he price of hooks. Alr.j i:sk him ihmt the hooks being of a hijji class. A'e cannot atVurd to make ai.yzhing hut a bona fide, "all wool and a yaid wide" offer to our patrons. Stop in some day and see eamplca of the hooks. Horse Economy Means that to get the hest A-ork tin- hoi must be properly harnessed or saddied m Fruit for Sale. uuim uc iniuuriy narnesseu or saculieu a i! I i! fl ' all the more satisfactory if the harness o: , is lirst class. Good Material and reliable Workmanship ar. iv-n:i-in the goods I sell. We always se ,. . straps are perfect, easy and safe back !- -strong qualities in every point. L. BKHLAHD'B Harness& Saddle sh:; EfJTEKPKtfE, - OREQ'O- U..i. jUTl ,.'JJIUIimUiai'llB.M!HyKtBgHIJiJ.i.l.l inui fi,., K.rti.i v i My orchard has a full crop this year and apples, pears, plums, prunes ! etc.. are now ready fur market at i0 Mrs. C. G." Stacey, a i l for the U.t Cl'"t8 lr'""Jred 't t the Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet PRICE, $5. FOOLIDQE'5 - PAINT STORE LaGrande, Oergon. ADOUARTERS FOR Linseeii Oil, Varnish, ' eating . Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement. Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors ana 5'JOWS. Wall fafei? a. specialty, i'ictlse fkames made to oboek. i.rnr mail orderg gentleman to '. M. Lockwood. The music was furnii'ied by Iieavisg orchestra. bridge. Flour and hcardlesj barley taken hi exchange. T. F. IIich, Fruita, Ore. J. P. McKee's Business CDHegi and School of Correspondence Is now in its twenty-third year. Every teacher an expert in his s ecial course. Our special courses cover the entire range of Lufsinees operations. Complete Business Course. Time unlimited by mail $2'. 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 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 j awarded graduates. Send for particulars and state course you want. ! Auerbach Bldg. J. B. McKKK, I Salt Lake City, Utah. . Principal. erDfiss Piiotograpa baiiery S. C. SMITH, Proptietor. d in the old Gallery Building, Enterprise, Ore. raits. Penny Pictures, eoscopic work Pt0 m ifcffs or portraits on cloth for fancy wofk. Plies, or do vonr kodak finishing. Copying or en to order in ' CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDL. fiTG'allcry cloetd m Sunday. The University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. The first Semes-ter, Session 1902-3, opens Wednesday, Septem ber 17th. The following Schools and Colleges are comprised in the L'niveisit v. GraduateSchool College of Literature, Science and Arts College of Science and Engineering University Academy School of Mucie Schoel of Medicine School of Law. Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Music (Incidental fee 10.00. Student-Body tax $2.'.0 per year.) Cost of liv ing from $100.00 to f2fJ0.'JO per year. For catalogue, addrws REGISTRAR OF THE UNIVERSITY, EUGENE, OREGON 0 Xt!0c oney On Real Estate. -A.T SEVEN PER CENT INTEIM C. T. McDaniel, WalIow, First Class Hay and Grain . . First Cluss 7 and. Ri's . REO FRONT AND WHITE FRONT L-JJ m am v. I ! fi. ; Barni Repaired. JIOMJJV $ 1GNEi;, Trops. Enlerprisa, Oregon, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Camp Ji ' W V W -v1 V -v V V B V V W V V1 w BICE'S CASH mm. Knterpriso, Oregon Will be Opened Monday, October 6, if . A Brand New Stock of the best tl: at purchased in the wholesale market. La and Gents furnishings, stationery, etc.