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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.
A Clioice Line of Meats alica it u. J t j..
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and SAUSAGE
CUBED 'KEATS A SPECIALTY .
JffNoRTn of Bank BriLDixG.ffy
BCSWELL&SON, . . Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS.
The Best Hay and Grain.
OPEH 3D A. IT -A. IT ID 1TIGHT
To Patronize Home Industry
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.)
JOHN H. FLOWERS, - - Provrietor.
E. J. FORSYTH E-
.Carhte9 a Complete Stock of.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
Buckeye Vapor Bath
C F. COOLIDGE'S
Li.j eating Oil, All kinds
L Building Paper and
Send your mail orders
nterprisa Photograph Gallery
S. C. SMITH, Proptietor.
Located in the old Gallery Building, Enterprise, Ore.
Portraits, Penny Pictures, Views,
Setf eoscopic wor k Photo Buttons
Views or portraits on clotli fof' fancy work. Kodaks
and supplies, or do your kodak finishing. Copying or en
larging to order in CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDE.
pGalloiy closed n Sunday.
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L. J. COYERSTONE,
Watch-maker, Jeweler and
I respectfully solicit a share of
your work, and will try to merit
Waltham Watches A Specialty.
Linseed Oil, Varni.sfc,
of Brushes, Glass, Cement,
Paper Bags, Doors ai-ad
MADE TO ORDER.
From Various Sections of
Lovely spring weather.
Mr. Landrus was up from Para
dise last Wednesday doing some
work on the Wilsey Bros, saw mill
.Messrs. KQhn ana lieaeh came
n from Lewiston with freight for
Baker & Drake last Thursday.
The ground was covered with
snow on several mornings of last
Frank Wilsey had a runaway
one day last week. He started out
irith a heating stove and were are
tol I that he arrive! at Lis destina
tion with one of the doors unbrok
en. Rev. Simmons, a Baptist minis
ter late of California, preached in
the M. E. church Sunday morning.
Owing, we presume, to the stage
between Elgin and Lostine having
changed to summer schedule, the
Chieftain reached Flora one mail
earlier last week. This is an im
provement. Notwithstanding the inclement
weather of last Saturday, the sale
of Geo. Baker Sr. was well attended.
F. S. Johnson was auctioneer.
, Mrs. James Matthew and child
ren are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I
John Matthew. j
John Danieh is helping Charles
Evans with Lis sheep.
John Koch the Grouse merchant
was in town Monday.
Mr. Gowey and two sons came in
from Idaho Friday. They brought
their families and expect to make
this th( ir future home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bak r Sr.
and Mrs. George Baker Jr. and
family Btarted for Oaklan I, Calif.
Tuesday. They were taken as far
as Elgin by Walter Day and Jesse
Mrs. Jack son who has been visit
ing in our midst started for Ana-
tone Sunday. She was taken 1o
the river by her cousin Mr.
The recent rains caused consider
able damage to the roads.
Born: May 1. to the wife of
Joseph Lay, a daughter.
Frank Rynearson passed through
the Park en route to Joseph from
Snake river where he has been for
the past four months. He showed
us some fine specimens of ore
which he found.
The ptople of the upper Imnaha
were fooled the 2nd. A show was
billed for that date but failed to
come, but might have been worse
fooled if1 it had have come.
Messrs. Gillaspie and Himel
wright are taking their cattle on
the Snake river benches.
Jacob Guyan lias gone to Big
Sheep 'to work for G. Myers.
John Guyan and wife went to
Prairie creek the 3rd. Mrs. G. ex
pects to be gone some time visiting
Mr. M. P. Thompson went to
meet his father at', Josrph, who is
expected from Iowa, c
The saw mill crew is:busv trnnr
to get the mill set.
Mr. A. J. Carpet. ter of Powntka,
A-as in the city the firt of the week.'.
Manager K; A. Holmes is' mak
ing some substantial iraprovCnieiits
on his resiick'nee pr;:j. rty.
The Berry Brori., of fjuiuuK-rvllIe
'nave purchased the Btcller ui'opi r
ty (if 240 acres on Bear cro;k and
will move immediately to their new
Mr. Need ham of the M. W. A. is
visiting in Wallowa this week.
The primary and intermediate
departments of Wallowa public
school will close this week. One
of the teachers, Miss Ada Robinson,
will shortly commence a term of
school on Alder Slope, while Mrs
Rose Tulley Schneider will teach a
summer school on Imnaha.
The Democrats will open the
campaign here May 1. A big time
Frank Childers of La Grand
was in Wallowa the first of the
week with a horse buyer from
The editor of the Wallowa News
is absent in the far East where he
was recently married to a vounsr
Jady of Lostine.
The Neville Bros, will build two
large barns on their farms near
Wallowa. The contract has al
ready been let to Wm. Beedler.
Chas. Lockhart, the paper hanii-
er and painter, is working in Elgin.
A. McMullen, the photographer.
is again in Wallowa, having re
turned from a short visit to Po
watka. Deputy U. S. Marshall Roberts
passed through "Wallowa Monday
on his way to the outside.
ADA E. HOE
flW School supplies
are supplied here the best co;nlination of
leather and labor. The harness will fit. and
the saddles are easy riding and the latest styles
which is: sure -to give satisfaction. The quality
of our horsewear is the best and our prices right
Harness & Saddle shop.
EWFEKPKljSE, - OTtEQOtf
THE BUCKHQBN SALOON
J". .A., ALFORD PROPRIETOR,
Complete stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Keg and bottled beer always on hand.
Formerly the Delta Saloon.
onev To Loati
AT SEVEH PER
C. T. McDaniel,
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PRENTISS IIOMAN -
Enterprise, Oregon. m
Best Hay and Grain First class Teams New Kigs
Free camp hotiw with cock stove.
The Star base ball club of Wal
Iowa crossd bats with the Lostine
club in this city last Sunday
Score 25 to Hi in favor of Wallowa
Fosnrr the dentist is in Wallowa
riMBKR LAND, ACT JUNE, 3, 1S73
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States I and Office,
1 Grande, Oie., Feb. 1-', 1002
Notice in hereby piven that in compli
ance with the provision of the act of
Congress of June 3. 1873, entitled "An
et for the wile of timber land in the
States of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Terrltoi y," as extended to
all the Public Land States by act of Aug
ust A. 1)2. Jar II. Dobbin, of
Joseph, county of Wallowa, State ol
Oregon, bus tliis day filed in this office
his sworn statement No. 885, for the pur
chase of ttm SW'i NE'4'. W,l' 8Ri of
Nftion No. 25 in Tnunsliin
.o. J IN Knnirn AJ V
VV. M.. mill will n(Tir nrnnf ilrnn Hint
the land sought is more valuable for its
limber or stone than for agricultural pur
ines and to establish bis claim to sa d
lantl iMifnrrt tllA lPL'latnr atlii P.io.
of this office at Ij Grande, Oregon, on
rrmayuiewn day ol May. l'JOi:.
He names as witnesses! F. T).
McCullev and C. L. Hartshorn of
Joseph, Oregon, Kverett J. Johnson of
Imnaha. Orenon. E. II. Hiiitnn nf
Anv and all nprsnnR rlaiminir nKaraAlv
(he above-dei-cnl-ed lands are requested
to llle their clainiR in thin i-illien mi nr tin.
fore said 1) day of Way, 1902.
E. W, Bartlett.
Fiue Stationery, etc.
always on hand.
F. D. HcCuIIy,
Republican Candidate for
For Union and Wallowa' Counties.
160 acrt ranch. 80 aorea in culti
vation, 40 acres in wheat. 1150 worth
of machinery, all for 10O0. Woiilj
ake good span if mares aa part pay.
Land For Sale,
1000 acres of farm and pasture land
at the Buttes, with abundance of
water, all fenced except 100 acres.
Price 3700. Call on or address,
Probata court is the Mission ou the first
Monday of each month.
County court meets on the first Wed
nesday in January, ApriL Jaly and Set-
Circuit court convenes on the third
Monday in May, and the fourth Monday
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Land Otlico at I.A Grande, Oregon.
April II, Hip:',
Ntlti.A In linrnl.v irivj.it llm, rl.ti f . .1 1. ....
IllllllPtl H..( t la. r tlll'tf tllMll llflli...! if Liu i..(a...
lintl til Imilru titiul i.i..w,f It. iii.i.m.i .. .!-.
claim, ami that saiil proof will be innile be
fore A. ('. Hmitli II, 8. ('oiuniixHiiiiii-i;
at Kuterprise, Oregon, on June 3,
t,i II L Tr.i- tL IU U '
lerprlse, Oregnn, for the hlC'-i Nl'.'i,
Ki 8KU Sec. 1!7 mill NW'i 8W'..ificc. 'U T.
1 8 H. 44 K W M.
11m niltne tllH fiitlnu-liiir m'lliiii.ii.. t.i
itmve Iiih i'f int in I1H11II niuiilm,.... n,..,,. mi, A
. ... ............. v U'1,ll Mil,,
cultivation of, rniiil liinil, viz:
h. A. Anilcriion, 1), M. Yomct.
Solninun . Klin.' Prnncbt.
ull ot Knterprise, Oregnn.
OTK'E FOR FUUMCATION.
Land Orlico, at f.a Ornndn.Ora
April 11, .m.
Notice is hereby Kiven that Ibo (ollowlii
naineil settler bait lileil notico of In i it I n -Hon
to o. in m (i t and tn make final proni
in Hiitiiiort of
iiih ci u i in . amr
lliat Haul proof
fore A. V. Hinitli,
at Kuterprine, Orcein
H. K. SWi."). Hert
will bo in in t e be
ll. 8, Cuinnii.nioiii r
.mi June U, I'.XiJ. viz .
ManiniM, nf Knter.
prise, Oregon, for Hie riK'i KK?- 8en
SW ami 8WJiNli' See, tl T.
18.lt. V, K. W. M.
He nniiien the following witneaws it)
prpvo bin eontiiiiioiis resilience upon i)inj
cultivation of, nuiii land, viz:
Micbael It. KniKbt. W. Fra.ier t.'rnii,',
John O. Pratt, Clyde Pratt, ull of
K. W. HAHTLKTT, Begistet.
IN THE CIRCUIT COU11T OF TIIV
STATU OF OKIX1CN FOB WALLOWA,'
IlMUO EXITOKATION ANI )
Col'PKIl CoMI'ANV, )
-vs- ) KUMMONI!.
K, W. Eavkh, D.W.Favkm)
It. . Hiiiiis. M. T. Fi.au-;
naga.n, J. H, GniKory, )
TlIK 8l'ATK or OltKOON IKNIIS (illkK I INlis
ToK. W. Kuves, I). W. Faves. J. H,
Gregory, B. U. Hibbsand M. T. Flainm.
You and euch of you are herefiy re
quired to upear and answer the coin
plaint of the. plaintiir filed in tbo above
entitled court in the above entitled euilsl
within ten days from the service upon
you of this summons if served In Wal.
Iowa county, Oregon, but if served with
in any other county within said state,
then within twenty days from the data
of said service upon you or if served by
publication then on or before the first day
of the next torm of this court, following
the expiration of tho publication of this
summons: towit: on the 3rd Monday in
May, the IMh day of May, 1(102.
And you are further notified, that un
less you so appear and aiihwer said com
plaint, the plaintiir in said suit will ap
ply to the court for the relief demanded'
in said complaint, tow it. that the defend
ants, K. W. Laves, I). W. Eaves mid J.
S. Gregory, and each of them huvo no
interest In or to said mining property,
described in pluintiifa complaint, or any
pait thereof and thut they be cnmpe.lt:i '
by decree of the court to make to plaintiir
a deed of conveyance to said property cf
any arid all interest, which may appear tu
be in them, or either of them by reason of
theliH'ittion notices having been signed
by said E. W, Eaves and D. W. Eaves i r
the recording thereof.
And for such other and further relief
as to the court may jieem meet and equii.
able and for judgment fir costs and dis
bursements of this i int. You uro further
notified that this luiuuions is pub ished
by order of the Hon, Bobert Fakin.
Judge of the above entitled court, inado
and dated at chambers, at Union, Oregon,
on the 31st day of March, A. 1). 1002.
D. W. Baii bv,
Altoroey for PlaiutitC