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About Wallowa chieftain. (Joseph, Union County, Or.) 1884-1909 | View This Issue
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
. R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR.
Located in Wallowa National Bank Build ng.
J Cfioice Line of .Me at $ihcays on hand,
IF. I'OJIK, .MUTTOX, and SJ USAGE
CURED FJ.EATS A SPECIALTY
yterj'i-isc. - - - Oregon.
Livery & l-eed Stable
jfSyXoirrn of Bank Buii.pixg.J5J
C. C. BGSVVELL, . . Proprieicr.
fiest class teams jxd eigs.
The Best Hay and Grain.
OIPIEJSr ID 1TIGHT
rcfih Various Sections
To Patronize Home Industry
I? the lcitest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup
i'.ied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun
irv work. Family washing solicited.2
JOUX H. FLO WEES, Provrietor.
L. J. COYERSTOXE,
Watch-maker, Jeweler and
'Jj&hwzffi I resnectfullv solicit a share of
your work, and will try to mtrit
Waitham Watches A Specialty.
Fine weather the last few days.
Grass is starting up fine. In a
few days stock can get a living on
Mrs. S. T. Tippitt is at Enter
prise at present to receive medical
T. K. Kdgmond is getting bis
fence pretty nearly completed.
J. A. Fisk and J. J. Daugherty
were moving their horses home
from Crow cceek SnnJay.
Bert and Ira Endicott are plow
ing at present.
J. T. Edgmond began farming
Politics seem to be froze up yet
this year, as there is not much
talk of possible candidates.
W. K. Endicott and wife went to
Joeph last week.
The Simmons land case put a
good many in the notion of boiling
beans on their homesteads.
ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE.
. FOBS YTHE... PEOPEIETOE
.Carb'ics a Complete Stock of.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
Every one is busy farming.
Mrs. H. Rearnes has been em
ployed to teach the spring term of
school to commence April 10th.
A social gathering at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Page on the
3rd. was a success. 'I he time be
ing spent in music and singing.
Jacob Guyan is laid up with a
S. C. Hiruelwright is out at Jos
eph, after Mrs. H. and family,
where she has been for the children
to attend school the past winter
A tUiprie party at the re.-idence
of M. P. Thompson. The time was
spent in tripping the light fantas
tic until the small hours.
A petition is being circulated for
an increase of mail service to three
times a week.
Secretary of State F. I. Dunbar lias
completed the compilation of the
statement of the expenses of the sever
al counties of this itate. for runninc
the county government, and has tab
ulated the same and issued it in j ritit-
ed form. The statement contains in
lit' jil the rxpeiioliti.res on every re
count by each county, added to which
is a table showing the population ac
cording to the Fnited States census
cf 1900; the number of acres in each
county; the assessed valuation in
1W1; the percentage of expenses
which each county lars to the total
expense of all counties of the state;
and the percentage of the appoint
ment of state taxes among the several
counties of the state. The total ex
pense for the year 1001, except for
roads and highways, in the several
counties of the, state, is as follows,
the assessed valuation for l'.H)l Wing
shown in the second column:
Baker....? 37.431 23 $ 3,.r23,340 00
1 will make application for renewal
of lieqnor license befoie the City
Council, March 1'.). 1!H)2.
A call is made for all county war
tin s presented prior to Nov. 10, 1800
and that there is suthVicut fund on
hand topav them. Interest ceases on
March 7, 1002.
j. r. oi.mstkap,
Benton. . .
Clatsop. . .
Coos 20,010 40
Crook.... 17,178 42
Curry . . . .
D niglas . .
Gilliam . .
Grant. . . .
Harney . .
Jackson . .
Lake 1('.C,S5 40
Lane. . . .
M:iru n . .
Union . . . .
Walbwa . .
Washington 23.213 03
Wheeler . . . 10,0r,7 01
Yamhill.. .jtf.SUO S3
8." 14 . 036 CO
1,452 011 00
3.709.0 13 (Hi
5,085,024 (i !
3,40;-! ,080 (
Zelpha B., daughter of Mr. nd Mrs.
W. P. Hambleton, aged 6 years, 9
months, died in the hospital at Walla
Walla, March 0, 1902, and was laid to
j'est in the Alder cemetery, by the
I side o' three other members of the
family, on March 10, 1002, at 2 P. M.
The large number present both
from Alder and Enterprise, was an
unmistakable token of warm friend
ship and deep sympathy lt for the
P. F. CGOLIDGE'S PAINT STORE
ADQUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish,
Oils, All kinds of Brusnes. Glass. Cement,
Building Paper and Paper Lag.. Doors and
WALL PAPER -A. SPECIALTY.
I'lCTFBE T2AMES MADE TO OEDEK.
r'livl vour mail nrdfr .
Total . fl,040,538 84 .$141,208,513 00
Calvin has the Friedman shoe
They are the top notch in shoes.
Don t forget that Calvin will buv
your e'gs at the highest market priei
In the Circuit Court of the State
Oregon, for Wallowa county.
I, A. Fkesch, riaintilf,
Hawon SrriiHi.KKiKLn, Summons.
In the name of 1 ho State of Oregon, to
llawun SlubliU'iiehl, the above named
You are hereby required to apienr and
answer the complaint filed against yon in
the alove entitled court and action, on
or before the expiration of the time pre
scribed in tne order directing publica
tion hereof, towit, six consecutive
week- from the date of the tlrst publ
ication of this summons which is on
.March !, 1902; and if you fail to a-
pear, answer, or otherwise plead with
in said time, the plaint ill' will ask the
court for judgiueut against you as pray
ed tor in the complaint, towit, for the
sum of three hundred dollars, interest
on two hiinbrtd seventy-live dollars
from Sepjeniber 0, 1001, twenty-five
dollars attorney's fees, together with
his coMs and disbursements in this ac
tion; and for the satisfaction o said
judgment that all the following describ
ed proTty of the defendant situated in
Wallowa county, State-of Oregon, and
which is under the control of this court
by viitne of a Seizure under
writ of attachment issued and return
made theieof on the 19 day of October
1001, be sold, towit, All the improve.
nisntson the defendant's homestead,
embracing the HVM ofNWJj. Yy.i of
SWJ.j and SW 4' of SW.' of Sec, 34, Twr
1,N Range 47 K. W. M. in paid county
iiel state, said lmprovein 'ills consist-
ing of a dwelling houe, burn and all the
fencing on said homestead.
This mmmoiis is published in the
Wallowa Chieftain, a Weekly newspaper
of genera1 cir. illation in Wallowa county
Oregnn, ut l'.ntcrprise in said county
and state, by virtue of an order of the
Hon. Kobert Fakin, Circuit Judge of the
above court, made February 10, 100:
and tiled 111 the olhce of the Clerk of
the Circuit court of said county am
state on Feb. 27, 1002. Huts of first
publication March 6, 1002.
Smith & Hoikun,
Atl'ys for riaintiir.
KErOKT OF THE CONDITION
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK'.
At FnterprNe, In the Slate of Oregon,
at (lie close of business, Feb. 25, 1902.
Loans and discount I flO.sni lj
Overdrafts, secured and uiCMvnrnl 4si -ft
V. K. llomls to nei'iire eireulallon ll.rmn 11
Stot kn. mH'iirilies.vlc 2,7'J!U I
ltankini; hoiifO, furniture Hud
lixtioeft IJ.iuki CO
Our from State ttnnka an I
Hankers 171 K.
Iue from approved rtwrvf agents 4,!Ki;t mi
Internal Kcvenue Stamp , HHi.1
Cheeks and other cash Hems 4 1 7s
Notes of other ivntional Itanks 3'.Mn)
Fraelional paper eurreiiev, nickels
and cents tl U)
I.ahu 1 Mosky liKsEiivit is Hank,
Specie 10. 01 1 IV
Lena I lender notes . . lilt 00
l. S eerlilientes fnruold
dciosilo.l l.Uo IK.
Redemption fund with lT. B. Treas'r
10 per cent. 01 circulation ; t.j.UHi
'iniital stock paid in.
With vour Rme and address on
them as below:
Total II tdt SI
rplus Hind lo.ww CO
I'ndivided protils, Ici-s expenses
ami taxes naid l.frtt 77
National Hank notes outstanding 1-ihnmsI
l'ue toother atinnal Itanks . .. 8,7lD.i;i
Indiviihial deposits Hiiliject to
check 411.7112 7l
llcmand eertllleutes of deposit ... S I'.'O in
I line certihcates of deiosit 1I..1.IS ,)s
Stmk or Okkuoj). I
COt STY OF W U.I OU A (
1, W. It. llohues, cashier of the anovn
named hank, do siilemulv swear that tlio
ahuve statement is true to Out best id my
kuuwhdi;e and lu'liet'.
W. li. HOLMES, Cashier.
Suhvcrihed und sworn to heloru uiu Ihis
8th. dav of Starch.
I). AV. SiimiUN.
ska 1.1 liotarv Public (or Oregon.
.T. M. Chchi 11 1
Ono- W. 1 1 v ai f lirector.
liKo. S. Ckahi
tESTEfiPBISE LIVERY AND FEED,
Wm. Reavis, Proprietor.
Best Turnouts In Be County.
Somebody will be in the barn at all hours
of the daj and night.
THE IJE3T HAY AND GRAlV THE MARKET
AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
An exploding lamp; the clothing io
a blaze; a paragraph in the psper tell
ing of horrible suffering from burns.
Tragedy in this form moves a man to
tears. But for
women who art
daily being con
sumed by the
of disease there it
with its fierce
I burning; ulcera
i tion, eating into
! the tissues ; the
j nervous system al
most shattered bj
suffering , these
are only part of
the daily agonies
borne by many a
Dr. Pierce's Fa
puts out the fire
and cures female
quilizes the nerves, restores the appatite,
and gives refreshing 6leep. "Favorite
Prescription " is the most reliable put-up
medicine offered as a cure for diseases
peculiar to women. It always htlpl.
It almost always cures.
Whn I rt commenced using Dr. Pierce's
medicine." write Mrs. George A. Strong, of
Gaubevoort, Saratoga Co., ti. Y.. 0 1 was auffer.
iaig from female weakness, a disajreeHble drain,
bearing-down pains, weak and tired feeling all
the time. 1 dragged around in that way for two
years, and I began taking your mediciue. After
taking first txjttic I began to feet better. I took
four bottle of Dr. i'icrce's Favorite Prescrip
tion, two of Golden Medical Discovery,' one
vial of the 'Fleusnnt Pellets.' alo used one
bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy. Now I
feel like a new person. I can't thank you
enough for vour kind advice and the good your
medicine has done me."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, paer bound, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Return In 10 day: to
Z. Y. Xerxes
IQM of them for 50! cents.
Wallowa County, Jan. 1, li)p,3.
To Samuel Hrown :
You are hereby
notified that I have expended Thrett
Hundred dollars in labor and improve
ments upon tho "Lucky lour," "lla.ael't
and "Calumet" mineral claims loeutei
in Ininaha Miuinu district and in which
claims von were owner of otie-loiirth
interest and as will appear by certlllcate
fileil July llKll.in the ollice of County
Clerk of W'nllowa county, Oregon, In or
der to liold said premines under th(
provihions of Section L'.'lil Hevined stat
tltcs of the Ivnitcd Stutes, biiinx ainount
reijiiiied lo hold I lie Hume, for year endipx
December 31, l'.KIl, ami if within IK)
days after this notice by publication
vou fail or refuse) to contrihiito your
proHirtioti of such expenditure as co
owner, your interest in said claims will
become the properly of tho subscriber
under suction lio- l.
J. F. Cl TI.KR.
Wallowa County, Jan. 1, 1!;02.
To Samuel Brpwtu
You are hereby
notified that I have expended One Hun
dred Dollars in labor and improvements
upon the "Mineral Hill" mineral claim
located in Imnaha Mining district by
Samuel Iirown and J. F. Cutler, and as
will appear by curtifleutu filed July IMUh,
1(101, in the oflico of County Clerk of
Wallowa county, in order to hold said
premises under tho provisions of Section
i;:J-'4 Levised Statutes of the I'nitcd
Stutes, being amount required to hold tho
same for the year ending December .'11,
lot) , und if within M days after this
notieo by publication you fail or refuse to
contribute your proportion of such ex
penditures as co owner, your interest in
Raid olaiiu will become the procrty of
the Httbtcrihur under aid hection '.'JIM.
' J. F. ClTI.KK. i
. P. DAVIDHIZER,
I l. Will cry tales for farmers
ami others it any place. Charges
reasonable. Hatisfaction guaranteed,
i KKKKHKNTKWi-H. fochran. Ib.o.l
' Iliver, (Ire., H. L. Urooks, Hiiinincrville,
'Ore,. John ('oulry, la (iraudu. Ore.,
i II. Achurch, l.oHipi', pavid Kuliu, Flora,
Vith these envelope s you ran rest assured
that )onr Ic-rer will reach its destine t'natioh
03 relur edlo yo f.
Put it down in your "want boo
Euvebpcs at tie ChitftiLi oifice."
E. A. Fosner,
ORE i( N.