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REPRESEXTAT1VE XEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COl'XTV.
ENTERPRISE. OREGON.. AUGIST 14. W02.
Edward VI! Crowned Kins.
jauu.. itmi-fJ nl Ht? 1.. uJ vj Vir Lilies
Wash Dress (Joods-
: have jast placed on our Bargain o.-.uritcr all stricth
:icr Drcs go J?, co::si?U: of Mercerized Fouliards.
.ses.'Petvn'us E.!t:?u. etc, at greatly reduced
11 ri'L'uhir 2-V v.'-;;
;e r.re all nice patte:
a:icl genuine b:irirains.
Lcxnos, Aug. 0 King Edward and
Queen Alexandra were crowned in
Westni'nster Abbey, shortly' aflcr
noon today. Though tlie ceremony
was bereft of some of the elaboration
and pageantry originally ontemi.ht.'d
it lacked little in the way of sieet;i
eular perfection. The whole eere:i:on
ial was of a n.ngnifieo:it!y decorative
character, and presented a constantly
changing panorama, round the two
uures enuironeu in then
ra'oes of velvet, ermine and cloth of
pol l, amidst the distinguished assem
blage of actors, the fnlfillmmf nf
j whose various roles necessitated con
J slant movement.
j Ejtli stage '.f the ceremony, with
j i:s Old World usages, tarnished it
iijiiotaof intnrt, wl::!e the interior
I of the noble church, fiiled as it was
with oti-eials in various capacities,
j with Princes and dijilomatiii oHieert
j i:i gold-laced r.nifoiins, with hyralds.
; p-irsuivants and other (fieers of state
j in medieval costumes, with peoi and
J pe"r: sss in rich lobes, with Oriental
i potentates in many-hued raiment,
with men of nil types arcl all shad- .
of complexion from dirlVrent points
o! the new-erowned monarch' em
(iire, with its daz.ling display 01 jewels
and wealth of ol'T, presented a pic
ture which, in its combined brilliancy
and distinction, has seldom been excelled.
Raised a Five-Legged Hare.
offer a nice new stock awn's add youths' Straw
at 50c on the dollar. This price is m:.d: rrgard
; c.jtt in order to close them out.
- have soaie odd. and ends in this line at just half
-price. Those are good quality, hut price is made
i reason that we b aren't a full line of sixes in the
-nt stylos.. Buying these at pri:e offered is genuine
William Endeiby, who lives at
rherryville. in Clackamas County, has
a five-legged laro. which b.e raised
iroinacolt. It is a freak of nature
wl-.ich attracts much attention. The
fifth leg and hoof is iittu.-lied to the
right front fere In t. Ah.mt midway
between the knee and ankle there is
;i limb, and from hire the leg starts
out from the main leg. The fal-e leg
is only about six inches in length
and terminates in a well-formed hoof
about three inches across. The hoof
is on the ins'ido of the leg.
Mr. Endersby Krt net iced this
jeeuliar .formation shortly after the
coll was bom, and" eame to ti e con
elusion that the animal might be of
no value. However, the mare grew to
be a line bc.-.utiiiil t.laek animnl, and
full of activity, contrary to expecta
tions Mr. Eudcrsdy -ays that the fifth
hoof dors not inteiiVie in the least,
and tin' mare can vo;-k in ham -.-s or
under the saddle. Oreg..nian.
Is what you want when you sub
A County Paper.
Look Over The
The University of Orer:ii.
The Unfvcrsity of Ore-in will open
its twenty-seventh session at Einfrne,
Wednesday, September 17th. The
outlook for the year seems at present,
very promising. A number of new
men have b en added to the faculty,
all thoroughly fitted both by prepara
tion and by experience, Tbr their work.
The University buildings are being re
paired and improved during the sum
mer, the dormitory, gymnasium and
Leady Hal! receiving especial atten
tion. Students intending to enter this
fall are invited to correspond with the
president relative to their Work. Cat
alogues will cheerfully be sent on an-
Ik jr. . v3 i. U i t
as j; spc-cia! drive in this line 25 dozen pairs
W and children's hlack H-.Vj in si,ves from 5 to 'J
- v-'-ir. These values will f.trpnsa vou.
Ladies' Shirt fafet?
"':rt in Mercerised cott'.n and iVrca'.e at' one-ha'f
s::k w.ilsis r-i'ul..r V v:!.,..- To
4 - y,
" " ' 2 'I") !
52 ?'k va!.t. are the best .v. a'. icy we -tave ev :
Mnow 'u tjle tjm.; t(, ?r...t h;ir.-:iii in them.
tave a few of t'i? Clia:;inio:i ni .vers yet o:i hand.
this mowr took Mr.-it premium at the Parks
;tion- Call -and see them if y-u are interested in
: a mower. '
lre headquarters for Mitchell wagons in this county j
p a good supply of them on hand.
!t'ck of G&neral Merchandise is quite complete.
wmld be rlaci to figure with you on anything you
The esenjied convict and murderer
of eight persons, Harry Tracy, killed
him-elf hist Wednesday night in a
wheat lield near Odessa, Washington.
He had beu piiK-ued and sho by a
posse the evening before and evidently
was slowly Heeding to death when he
sent a bullet crashing through his
I brain. When shot in the leg he
crawled into the wheat fi.'lil nrnl siu it
i was just dark the posse surrounded . lcat"M1
j the fit Id and waited until inornkig. '
I An advance wts made at daylight the i
; next morning when his lifeless body!
was discovered near the point he euter- J
ed the field. His leg was broken I-! Notice if hereby given that I have
low the Knee snd a severe flesh wound s"ffi'-i"t funds on hand to pay all
was made by another bull -t in the U',.lmva wvnty warrants presented
thigh of the same leg, from which he f)' Wainnt prior to November 12,
would soon have bled to death. The 18 1,1 Interest on warrants included
kis-k.1 of live m-n wlio 1,1 'wve call ceases Angut-t 7, I!)02.
And See That
t (Sivcs tlpc Csounty NcVs.
The price is St.50 a year.
We offer some exceptional bargains in our
CLUBBING RATES with other papers ntul
posse was cf imp-
will evidently share the reward. The
J fanner, Eddy, with whom Tracy had
; in. i.i-i ct'ieiin fiir n A ! V- onrl ti l,riv I
I informed the officers will also prob-
ably receive a part of the 'ev.ard.
The band witgon from Joseph lilled
with jolly boys ami girls iias'-ed
through town Wednesday morning
enroute for the how at La Grande.
"Don" owned bv A. Morgan, weight, I The barU-r shop has been moved
'1800; color, gray; sire, "Thorny j out int the street and in a few days
King: dam, I'ercheron inure. je post office building will also be
Will stand at owner's farm on ! moved in order to make rojm for a
Lower Prairie creek.. Terms: )f2 stone. building in the plSee of the two
15 and 8.
A.Moi:gan. wooden ones.
Chieftain and Oregon'an ,
both one ytar for f2.00.
Chieftain and Spokesman Review
both one year for $2.00
Chieftain and Kxaminer
both ane year for ?2.5.
The Chieftain and any of the
. SI magazines one year for $2.50.
Address Gr Call on .
The alloa Chieftain,
' Kitenpinse, Or,
The University of Oregon,
PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is
always giveu; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
is taught exactly as books arc kept in business ; where shorthand is
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of
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Tlie first Semeftor, feKsion l!)02-3, ojions Wednesday, f, ptrni-
b"r 17th. The foil. .wing Schools ai d Colli goH urn compri-l in U,
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Til itiois free, excepting in ScI.ooIh f f,w. J,.,,iri,10 uui Musit
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nig :ro:u tiuj.ij v) -ji'-jj.yj por year. t'ljr ca
REGISTRAR OF THE UNIVERSITY, El'fJKN'F, Ollx,
Livery and Feed Stable
Enterprise, Oregon. .
CL W. Ilensley, Proprietor.
Best Hay and Grain. Caref til Attention Given to Stock.
Open Day and Night.
J. B. Mea's Bu$in83r, College and School
Is now in its twenty-third year. Every teacher an export in Lis
ppecial course. )ur special courses cover the entire range of businV
Complete Business Course. Time unlimited by mail $25.
" Shorthand " Time fix months by mail
" 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
awarded graduates. Send for particulars and state course you want.
Anerbach Bldg. J. B. McKEE,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Principal. -