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h under, ilolitrator 18 again Present 'chen, to )l-egon, or . D. W. n, within da ootict. 'er. 1902. trator, n the first irt Wed and Sep he third ' Monday ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. 1 C. C. BOSWELL, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. A Choice Line of Meats oh ays oh hand, BEEF, PORK, Munvsi, nnd SAUSAG CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY B Enterprise. Oregon. Livery & Feed Stable mnts. d, prove ' school iv other I on or ER. 'egon, at Law ence af- ce in the I Interior :GE0K igon. connljl sthodisJ Berlandl re. i - uleiguI EIGI w- tate. Collect acting Block ODGl)i! n AW ffNoRTn of Bank Building. BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor; FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Eay And Grain. Traveling Men's Patronage Solicited. OPEt. JDA.T -AHSTD IsTIQ-HT t ., : PARK AND, WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON ... The school where thorough work is done; where the reason i always giyen; where confidence is developed; where bookkeepin is taught exactly as books are kept In business; where shorthand if 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 1p$S1 1 i rii iir , L. J. COYEJIST0NE, ; Watchmaker, jeweler and Optician, Wallowa, " Oregon. Just arrived A nice line of watcees; Chains; Charms, Neck laces, Lockets, Rings, Brooches, Cuff Pins, Bodice Pins, Emblem Pins; Thimbles, Ladies Purses, Bracelets; etc. !3 sactij nspeclj scarn j( wit J Lanl ne ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. E. J. FQRSYTHE-... PROPRIETOR Camtes a Complete Stock of. , ... . DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet PR:CE, $5. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS Prom Various Sections ci Wallowa County. FRUIT A. Mr. Butler had the misfortune to loose his dwelling house and most of its contents bv fire Tues day of las: week. But little cloth ing save that the family had on at the time the time was saved from the hungry fl me. The en tire winter's supply of groceries, tlour an i etc. was consumed. The men folks of the family were awav at the time and the fire was beyond control when Mr. Butler discover ed it, hen;e the family's great loss. the family came down from their ourn-. homo Wednesday. Mr. Butler will remain in the Park until spring with his family. Friends ire ailing the unfortunates and ill continue to do so until they ire on their feet again. Since my last p ip?r to the Chies din the weather has been ch-ar vnd col I. Much ice is running in tie river. The ground is hard rozen causi ig an empty wagon to jroclaim its own approach. Cat le ar gathering around last year't eed yards begging, mutely begging jr a few forkfulls of hay. Tom Rich owner of the Grouse :reek saw mill, is preparing to ank 200-thousand feet of log? near his mill for next season's run. John Owens proprietor of the Freezeout cr jek sawnill will com mence lodging right away after the Jhristmas holidays. lie hopes to get out lojjs enough to supply the needs of the down river settlers in the way of the very leat qualities of pine anl fir lumber. The L. J, Piaell calin of which I spoke last week was pulled down a day or two ago, by the owner of the lan 1 on which it had stood so ong. h irst this pioneer log cabin sheltere 1 Mr. and Mrs. J?i.ell and their little daughter Ida, now Mrs. Wm. Himmelwright, the mother of three chilJr.-n. After several years residence in this cabin they abandoned it to bats and owls. These held undisturbed occupancy for half a score of year?, then came the tramp of homeseekers, The owls took flight to some shady gorge in the mountains and the bats found other shelter behind the loose bark of some nearby dead pine tree. Barnyard fowls now took possession of the cabin just deserted by their dreadful foe, the owl. Her j for five years they nest ed an 1 reared their young, but now tbn historic cabin lieB prone upon the ground never to rise again. Grouse si 01 1 0 teQOLIDGV PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergon. 1- ADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, tuo.' eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, L Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors ana Windows. 'jL. WALL PAPER A- IF2UOIA.I-T x . PICTURE FRAMES MADE io ORDEE. Send your maiir8 . -ir -T HO n J: B. McKee's Business Collega and School of Correspondence . isnowinits.twenty-thWyear. Every teacher an expert b , his special course. Our special courses cover the fentire range of business operations. - 'rv -j. inR Complete Business Goutse. Time unlimited by maj ?25. Shorthand " Time six months 1 by nai 115 . . .? Civil Service Course. Time six ffr English bodrse. Time six months by mail , These courses .respecially Vime.nor means to attend College, and espssially for those w , beenxleprived of a Common Schofll ducaUon.. u,Jenl piplomaf the greateHt cara;iai guetf ?ach nt. i awarded gradMatei Send for pattioulars and Bte I , Auerbieb. $1 MCpSipal. Bait Lake Cityj Utahi Tae weather has been quite cold for some time. The snow is six inches at the river an 1 three feet at the foot of the mountains. Everybody is busy feeding and a few are inquiring for feed which does not seem to be so plentiful as at the beginning of the winter. Jake Smith was quite badly hurt by the falling of the saw mill roof which wiS caused by being heavily loadel with snow. He says that the only thing that saved him was the old engine bed near which he took refuge. Arthur Frlddles is improving quite rapidly frdm the effects of a night spent id . ( the mou ntains during our first snow storm. Our coiiritry is increasing in population quite rapidly in the last month,'' Paul and William doore, and E. Richmond, boys and Lee Dunning a girl. Mr. Uriristeai is carrying the nail from Flora to Grouse. Misf Beach is teaching a very niccessfut . term of school in the tew district'. A basket supper .vas given last Friday night and he proceeds amounted to $22 vhich was to be expended for the lmiefit of the school building. Sehool is also io progress in the Beesom district with an enrollment of nearly 40 scholars. Literary on Saturday nights which is well at nded. . A. D. Allen th assistant fislj commissioner .has , closed ,a yery successful , ca,tch, 8 million sock eyes and between 2 and 3 million chinooks. S. Holmes is building aware house and B. Wilson is gathering up the unneeded material for storage Mr. Allen has worked very hard and should receive much credit. He is suffering from in gestion at present caused from being wet. A Qood Grain. Spelt i the best grain to grow on dry land. It produce large crop of hay and grain on hill land and is a great grain to stool. Forty pounds is sufficient to sow on one acre. It yields from GO to 7a bushels of rich grain jer acre and from tliriH" to four tons of good hay. The straw is very fattening and liked very much by stock. I have reveral hundred bushels that 1 will gull nt one dollar per bushel. Tuities wanting- twenty bushels or more can have it delivered at Enterprise free of charge for freight. For sale by tlx E. M. t M. Co. and V. M. Co. Wallows, Oregon. Ni'TlfE KOU PUBLICATION. Land Oflict; at LnCttaixlu. Drev'on, Nov. 18, 1!K)2. N mi ire in hi-reby given that I lie follow uik HMlnel settler I.hh tiled imtire jf his intention to rnniinute uni muke final I'liNjI in miiKrl of Iiih elaiui, ui (I Hint Haid proof will lie mmle het'o-e Julin A. Kumtile, U. S. S. ComiiiiHHioner at l.weih, Oretcon, 0:1 Jan. (I, ill03, vjg; II. i. No. 0147. .lumen L. Muntnmerv of JofM'tili, Oregon, lor Hie Wj, NW1;, NW .See. 23, NK NI '4 Sec. 22, Twp. 2. N. K. 40 K W. M He nainOH the following nitnespos to prove bin rontiiuious res.denro upon and i-iiltivation of H:iid land, via: : Charles Wrenn, .lumen M. Blukely, hennett "uvin and John Utto Wrenn, all of Joseph, )re(!nii K. W. HAKTLE1T, Kegister. JiOTlCK FOR Pt'UI.K ATlON. Ijind Office at L11 Uraniie, (lrcpin. . , 1hc. 3. 1 !.. Notice is hereby pi veil that the follow ing named settlor has filed notice of his intention ami make final proof in sup port ot his olaim and that said proof will he made before . W. tjheiihan, I i 8. Commissioner, of Enterprise. Oregon, on Jan. 21, ISI03, vir.. John W, Allen of Knterprise Oreeon, tor the E5 HVM Bee. t Twp. I UK. 44 fc lots 6 and T Bee. U Twp. 1 BU. 45 E. W. M. .. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence Upon and cultivation of said land, viz: ' Robert L. Tjti ol Joseph, and William it. Bnyder. Carrie O. Vest aud James 1). archer of Enterprise, Oresjon., E W. BARTLETT. itegistet. KOriCE FOR PUBLICATION. -. ; Land Otlice at. La Grande, Oregon. ' .. , , t - . Dec. 3, 1U02 Notice Is hereby plven that the following named settler has riled notice of his inten tion make final proof in support of his Claim- and that said proof will bo made before John A. Rumble IT. 8. (.'brands' sionerat Joseph Oregon,, on Jan. 18, 103, vw : . li V VI- m. mn ... 11 ... . , "wo, owiifl weatnersv of Joseph Oregon f. r the NU SEW 8EW SEli ten. i: and KB KKA Bee. 25 Twp. 2 8. it h- u. nr.. hi He names the following witnesses to p ,va his continuous residence upon and c tiration of said land' viz Geoix-e f. Gowing, Robert L. Scott. ' avid i". Ilnnter and Agnes M. Vest allot . oseph, Ore. E. W. I'ARTLLT t, Register NOTICE FOE PUBLICATrON. S. iVtt. 1 Land OfTce at LaGrande, Ore m. JSotice is htreby given that the. id low ing named ttler has filed notice .A his intention to make final proof in b pport of his claim, and that said "proof w ill be made before J. F. Burleigh, U. 8. Com miasioner at Loetine, Oregon, on Jan. 2o 190 , vie: H. B. No. 7637, Newton V. Down ' one Of the heirs and for the heirs of .Mary Downs deceased of Lontine Oregon, fo Ihe lot 1 Bee. 2S lots 1 AS Bee. 33 & lot 4 Sec. 84 Twi 1 BK.43 E. W. M. . . I Ha names the following witnesses l forove4iin cc4iUDnaim residence iinan nd ciiltiTa'ion of said land, viv. riewton J. I lark, Lewis OUcn, Ole Ixjfut ueu and Johu II. Cook all of Lostine, Oregon. , E. W. BARTLETL, Register. ; Delinquent Tax Notice. All delinquent tax up to and iri- cluding 1901 are now in my hands for collection and by a . special order of the county court I am commanded to proceed to collect said' lax without 'delay as prescribed by law, after due ndtice l shrll proceed to collect said tax and when net paid in cash I shaft l'eyy upon and sell sufficient personal property to satisfy the amount of tax and cost. Ifthcre be no peraonnal property .theu upon real property if there 1 e any. . This publication will be considered due notice. J. C.'SHjLcktKloap -1' Sheriff WalbwaCo. Datsd Nov. 3, 1902. Sacred Heart Academy LaGrand, Bre. Conducted byAhn Sisters of Ft. Francis. Select rsoarcnng and) JJay bchool for loune Ladies. Academic - . . . Kindergarten Preparatory Courses are conducted on .he same principles as those pursue.! by our Schools of Philadelphia. Music and Painting receive special attention. Letters of inquiry directed to Sister Superior, wm 9 i We hare got a choice lot of BUCKS in Enterprise For particulars call on or address VVra. Makin. J. E. SMITH LIVESTOCK CO., PILOT ROCK, Oregon. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY t 1902 Opening Annoiincoinent. COLLEGE LIBERAL AUTS.irW 16. NORMAL HEI'ARTM EXT. Su 1 . .v0.v,rin. iu. iKtiAAHitu..lu,.ri.) rn-pt. It. COLLEGE OF ORATORY,. Sept. 18. BUgINE$S i)El'T.,riiU 16. COLLEGE OF ART, Sept, jp.V(l ; , iCOLLEGS OF MF,f!CJNK, Ort. . COLLEGE OF THEOtQtJV, Sept. 16. COLLEGD OF L AW, Oct. 0. Tuition Rates Reasonable, , t, r , ? Catalogue sent upon fppllcatlor. Board and room at Boarding Hall, $j.io per week. Good board with furnished room can be had in the city for I2.C0 1 1 ft.Oi) per week, in private families Students can board themselves for tve:i ll.OO per week. John HiCohrrian, President; 5alem, Oregon. 1 1 Horse Economy Means that to p-et the best A'ork the hofse must be properly harnessed or saddicd and it is all the more satisfactory if the harness or saddle is first class. Good Material and reliable workmanship are combined in the goods I sell. We always see that the straps are perfect, easy and safe buckles and strong qualities in every point. L. B UK LAND'S Harness & Saddle shop. Money To Loaft On Real Estate. A.T SEVEN PER CENT I3SrTEH,EST ... r , C. T. McDanicl, Wallowa, Or. First Class Hay and Grain . . V First Class Tea'mi and lli$s . . RED FRONT AND WHITE FRONT i iJ Feci Stal IIOMAK $ WAGNER, Props. Enterprise, Oregon. BARN OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Barns Repaired. Camp House Frei . The tJniversity of Oregon; Eugene Oregon. The first f?emef ter, Session, 19Q2 opejjs 'Wednesday, Septeirf! Der i an. ine toilowing fcchools and, Colleges are comprised in univetaitv. Uraduateschool College of Ltteraturn R an th . . c - , , - . v - l w waa 411 if College of bcience and Engineering rniVersity Academy School of Muic School of Medicine School of Law. : ., . , Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Musio (Incidental fee $10.00, Student-Body tax $2.50 per year.) Cost of liv ing from $100.00 to $200.00 per year. For catalogue, address Registrar of tue universiTt-, eugene, obegon'