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About Wallowa chieftain. (Joseph, Union County, Or.) 1884-1909 | View This Issue
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET.
R. L. DAY, PROPKIETOR.
Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiH Tig.
A Choice Lnc of Meats always on hand,
FORK, MUTTO.Y, and SAUSAGE
CURED ftiEATS, A SPECIALTY
E'ferjyise. - Oregon.
25Xoiith of Bank Bituixg jjeJ
C. C. BCSWELL, . . Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS TEAMS A. YD RIGS.
The Best Hay and Grain.
OPEN ID A.3T 3STID 1TIG-HT
To Patronize Home Industry
I 1 1
Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup
plied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun
dry work. Family washing solicited.
J OILY II. FLOWERS, - - Frovrietor.
J. F: JRSYTIIE...
. Cakb'es a Complete Stock of.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
Buckeye Vapor Bath
0 F. COOLiDGE'S - FAINT STORE
ADQUARTERS FOR Linscod Oil, Varnish,
.eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cemei:t,
Building Paper and Paper Bags. Boors and
WALL PAPEH -A. SPECIALTY.
I'lCTfIE FLAMES MADE TO UltDLi:.
S '.d vour mail orderi
f -a . ,, ,:- T-r J ft J?? 'r??,ZZCt?'-'5?r?Z-
EN'TEHWilSE LIVERY AND FEED?
IVm. Reavis, Proprietor.
Turrets In Th3 County.
S-ncIn-ily v. ill be in
of the (lav
Tl;!- i'.v --T fl.'-.V AND
A Y FO 1 1 D.-J A L W
Feed Stable j
Watch-maker, Jeweler and
if; Wallowa, Oregon.
nl I respectfully sclicit a share
your work, and will try to merit
Wal'tiam Watches A Specialty.
F EOF HIE TOR
the barn at all hours
GIMIV TF. MA Pi K FT
A Y r? ilAND.
From Various Sections of
Mr. Spires of Sheep Springs is
Slid to be quite sick.
Isaac Bingaman and Editor
Davis visited lower Paradise Saturday.
t T. B. Day started back to Elgin
j last Thursday. He was aecompan
f i.l by bis son Jay.
-i . -l r - a i
I v.ar mie OI ir.e V. 1IIEFTAI.N was
; in Flora last week giving the "po
J litieal pot" a stir.
Ed Renfrew of the river was in
town last Thursday. He has imr-
, o n , -'ir. anu uis, iiarrv Keo er are
.chased the George Baker properly ,,. . ,
f.i i f i- , . 'selling their household furniture
tan in uiL- uiiM-r iv I'raiie siore.
Grass is getting quits good in
Several parties from our com
munity hied themse lves to the Arko
postofliee to trip the "light fa n't as- j
tic" Friday night. !
William Fournior passed through
on his way from Lost Prairie Sat -
Lou Austin accompanied the
xvuiu tuners ana me corpse ot ,
tlirir brother, Leonard, as far as.
Elgin, starting last Thundav. ;
.Mrs. frank Pedro and children
went by stag-1. Th?y expected to
tike the train at Elgin for Pt-ndle-
,. .vu,t,, nas purcnasco:.vi: ,
tli- II. II. Baker place south
O. F. Mays of Lostine was
town one day last week.
J;hn Koich. the Grouse merch-;
ant was in town last week. i
Tiieodore Conrad and Lando '
Gowey were breaking a horse to:
work for William Baker, Saturday. :
Bev. Smith and son Claud went
to Grouse Monday to spend a few ;
d.ivs in taking pictures. !
Four grntlemen direct from;
North Carolina passed through '
town Monday en route for the j
Grouse countrr. j
W. G. Loek", William Fordneyj
and James Sewell of Lost Prairie I
were in town Monday. j
V. K. liobinsop, Orlando Gowey j
and T'nepdo'-e Conrad hiivu been j
hauling lumber- from the Paradise!
saw mill Jo William Baker's place
in Arko the past week. j
We ar? fdad to say that Eugene!'
I)evi:i .vho has hem very shkjs!
o:i the mend, owing to the youd j
services re:rlu-d by Ur. S ely. '
Rev. Smith and son Claude un-
d rtook to I real; a l.orse to drive i
single a few days ao. Ti.o l.o;-oj
refused to 1 arn. but the man and 1
boy w iv wl.at v. isf-r by the '
tiiu- tl,y pii-kcl themselves out of
the snow an 1 gathi re 1 t-gi tlier
sleig i ::nl I it:i of hHrness.
Lots of pi'.ieal fun.
The sick are improving.
Beautiful s ins'.iiny w.'itiie:-.
Mr an 1 Mrs. Lindlc-v i.e-oved to
their tow 1 pmp-rty lust we. k.
Messrs. i-ruhn, Beech and Wi!.-o:.
-atne in .Sjnday with f ri v I.,
Baki r o; i.rak .
Dr. Se.dy and Fred Yi.y,:4z: !:
i-ame in Friday evetiiiig. TJi .Or
vas exami'.itr.g ;
ei-.-i.sp id the
pp!:can'.s .; iio-.o-
Th- P..-Jro B
ieir trip to
os. returned fr
I;a M-.rliii is l.e
o:bs saw wood thi v(
Or. S; iv ( .x I.;:.-; 1 r:,
.1 l(i-l h f'jr Mr
lav. o:.ll it-("
U'e . :e-.s; 'i O:
:: s :icr.
' . ! 't '
ic: e .; i. e ;
ranie alone, by private conveyance,
eombated . with all sorU ?f ba I
roads, and was IS days on the road.
Tlie Republican primary of last
Tuesday clioore V. R. Robinson
and John Currr to renrrs'nt thorn
jai the county convention the -JtUh.
Harry Krefer took a telephone
message to Grouse last Wednesday.
Frank Priti hard lost one of his i
best stage horses near Paradise last ! FRl'ITA.
Frank Eggleston was over from Mrs. Isley of Prairie creek is vis
the Salmon country Wednesday I'1'11? with her sister Mrs. Gtiyan.
after seed grain
I An;? Hallcrarth started to Klin
About 70 head of cattle, the prop
erty of Mr. Chenoweth of Grouse,
passed through town Friday.
They were being taken to Mr. C's
Little Robert Buzzard is suffer
ing from a very bad gathering in
his head. Dr. Seely is treating him.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keefer are
preparatory to moving to Lostine
We are sorry to see them leave.
Some of the Christian biethren
were hewing the sills for their new
church house last wetk.
Mr. Xeedham, the Woodmen or
ganizer, and Dr. Seek- went t..
:1rdUe Sunday to look after the
'. ,, , ,
I The Messrs. J. Ration and Hug
of E1.;in brollght st,V(.r;ll lan,
,,r in from .;,; Fri(,av ,,V(.
lere Kre tonraU took them on to
Gro.,,e tl;e 't,nJ of
The parti ;.s were from Xurtii Caro
lina. Miss Mable Ibd.inin tgck Satur-
' da v's stage fnr Wallowa, whnv sh
!er sister ii-
iwl.'fn a teacher in the puMic
! school at that piace.
Orlando (5owey and ("r:re link
er Sr. ;,rc in Ail. tliis week wurk
ir.gon a granary for W. 11. I'.aker.
Win. and Bert Eddlemon and
Joe Brine started fort irande Ronde
valley the firt of the week. They
were expecting to work in 4 taw
George Russell of Joseph was in
town last Fridcy.
E. W. Holmes of Wallowa, G.
W. Hyatt and Carl Boe of Enter
nith vour liiinie
Hi em as
Utturn In 10 days lu
Z. Y. Xerxes
"K h ; !
Vith tkso e:we!cpeG
vonr Liter viil-reacli its desttnafnation
b3 retur eel to ycu,
Put il (kwn In i,w
prise, wer: in town Friday talking
Mr. Spires of Sheep Springs, and
Mrs. McNeil of Paradise, are 6aid
to bo quite sick.
Rev. Smith and son Claude re
turned from' Grouse, Saturday even
ing, where they had been doing
Justice Maiks was up at the
Fruita post olllee registering the
Patkites the 'J2nd inst.
The roadmaster, T. I.athrop, was
over what we call road, the last of
the week. But wishing to return
home with sound limbs, left his
rig at Mr. C. Henny's place and
came to the Park on horseback.
Don't be afraid, friend Lathrop,
for we have traveled them and
never broke our necks.
On the '20th snow fell to the
depth of .'I inches, when it fell only
1 inch at Joseph. The farther
east the deeper it fell.
,P1 ,,. , . . ,
Ihos. Kich and Jacob Guvan
, , ,
came home from the valley the 'Jl -
m. .Mr. v.u.vin hum on a nome-
stent while out.
John (itiyan was out to Joeph
the first of the week after supplies.
Ben Morgan has gone to Snake
river to help 4. Thujloe through
.n,,i,;m, ' '
W. Neadham started ids cattle
for Big .-dieep the '2'2nd
The bovs all nsk one a notber.
' I FiW 11 r vnii rnAi t it A 11 j
foot, because all the horses have!
. 111 i-i.i,
Aioanda Anderson da d at her hmne
,;i 1 owiitka. allowa count v, t irei'iiu.
on P. 'oiiiary 2C, I'M. Ag-d Ml years,
L nn.l.th nod 0 days.
Ainamla was born in llelsiiinland,
Sw( den, and with lu;r mother, sister
years ago. , For a iiiiinher of years
they resided in Cnion, Union county,
Oregon. Soiiiething over two years
110 tiny ciime to Powatka, where
this dear little girl ly her kind and
S.-ntle ways, has inude herself beloved
by all who knew her, We cannot
and nddrcss on
for 50 cents.
ycu can rest assur-H
n niTimi a nun
"wiiiit ))')!;", 'IVintcd ;
nttrr more plowing love than that
spoken by tit of 1 lie neighbor.-, "Si-.t
partly leleii);o.l to ux all."
On a littie iiioiind, not far fn-i ti e
home iin.l ,t;ir ones she loved ve'l,
we liiiil I,, r iiuay, "just a tl s-.in
went ilo 11."
Sleep on, N-!..v,.,1, l.-ep, anil ' t!
I.uv tb Ik- id up. 11 thy Sii
br n.-t ;
We loved thee Well, but .Ti Ml? - -.1 .
thee !'. st;
(iiK-.hiiglil ' (.o.uliuht! Goo.: ,t;
Km-- w llo I.ovko III
5ar.i.i I:. I?aln
After an i!h..-s of in;in in.
Surali K. Hoi .., if of ln-.-o- I
died at her I eon Hurricane 1
Mai-eli !, lltO-J
Sll-' W.IK I 01 ill V:lsllilU'toll CO
Ohio. .Inn is:!t, ii if I w:is in -to
bns.-el ;t - i m , M ii-e.li i2.
In I.Mi.-t th moved to M
county, Mi-Muri, w ber tlicy lis.
til 1SSO, wlie they iiiove.l to Wa 1
county, 1 r gon, ttli -re tliev '
; sinei liv d.
Decease I -a- tin niuther of
! children, our ibm-hters iin.l two s
! fiv 0 "rvivi' b.arly
ti ' h ited with tli- Meth.
. . , , , ,.,
I'.piseopu .hiireh, i:d ..lthoiigb
! ,. ,. .,, ,-. , , f, ,
: years an nvalul. 1ms left 11 leiriie
to luM. f.lmily HI)ll (ri.d-, of patj
;f;li,i, ,llui tovt
j Thai ear ( nil v e so nmc'i Ove in
. pow .1 1 nst, 1111 altlioiig 1 we do .ot.
j ,wholl 1 pdeiKtan 1, ye we icel he
j K''"11 jn:1uene.e ,,f that pi re,
; clmraclcr cnlliin us borne to lle-.u ai.
Wnllowu ('mi nly, .Ian. 1, 1!:U2.
To Samuel l!nw 11 :
j Y.111 ur In"- tiy
imtilied that ! Imve ex -endeil '1 1 to
j Uiindred dollars in laU.r and iinpi ve-
1 nient-J liu)ii 'he "I.liekV I'eur," "Ha..- I"
"d ".Calumet" mineral elainn hv. i'd
. , , ,,. ,. .
in Iniiialia Allium; dn-tiu-t mid in wl i h
jClanus von were oim t. o) oiie-lm -lh
j,,,,.,.,.,, ,;,, H wi! ttlMK..ir ri.lt ;,
July "(I. l'Ml.in the ( lli.-eel (',.. ly
: Clerk n Wall. e.va e.u;ih v. )r. e , 0, ,1-
I der t '.i...l said in-.-mi--en uinlei lei
1 ,,t'M "f "'" l" '1 Hlut.M, heim;
reiiiiied to hold Ilia name fur ye n- !i-l nu
llei-einber III, I'.KIl, and If wiibii :n
(l.i vh ul'lcr thin notice by iiil.li-a' iu
von fail or rcliisn to eontiibuto v nr
H)nnlioii of such exiiendihiKi ns i'o
onner, your interent in said claims v ill
become Ihe iioicity of lint sulip-cri'iur
ut.der section '2Y2.
J. F. Cl tl.KU.
WnlloHii t.'oiinty, Jan. I, I'.,0J,
To itamtiel I'luivn:
Yell are li-.ehy
nolilicd that I have expended ( Ine llnn
ii"d Ihjllursiii labor a 111 1 improveiiienlri
iijpoii tint ".Mineral Hill" ndm-nd chiilii
locn'eil in Iniiialia .Mining disliii-t by
.-.nitiiel l;ioun and.). I' . 'ullcr, ami 11
"ill appear by c.-rlilicate lij ..I li.lv 'ij!h,
l'ifil.in liienllieii of Comdv ( li-ilt i1
' Wall iv.a county, in order to ! t . ! 1 e.iid
; preini-es iiadi-r ll.ii pr.o i.'i .ns of S v!ioii
!,.'"''t Ilevis.-d Statutes of th l'mtc.1
j Slides, brim: ainolii 1 ciiiir,-d lo bold 1 bo
I :-a iie for the year endoe I lei-.-mbi r "d,
l!iOl,andif within !)( ilayn flcr this
icjtic(; by publiciCion yon fad or refuse to
coldlibllt'i your pri .rtiol( of si;, h cv.
pendduict n co ow u r, your inten i;t in
1 hnid (laiiu ill bet oiKi tlm pr p;uly
tin; subiCi iljcr under u iid seelKUi I.
; J. K. Ci m il,
Will cry i,ale, f.,r fan
nod other.-! at smv pluei . ('Ii .ivd
reasonable. Sati.-fai-tinii (..-.i-r- o:i. i ,',
; ' m .. Ji.liii i n
II. Arl.ui. l.. I. .,
' il el, I . ....
E. A. Fosner
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liforniu, r -Tutsditv.
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