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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 BuiH
J Clioice Line of Meats always on hand,
llEF. rOUK, Muuu.s, nnd S.1US1QE
CURED KEATS A SPECIALTY
& Feed Stable
From Various Sections of
T'X'obth of Bank Biilpixg yf
BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS TEAMS A.YD FAGS,
The Best Hay and Grain.
PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is
:ys given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
aught exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand is
Jteasv; where penmanship is at its best; where hundreds of
itopers and stenographers have been educated for success in
L There thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B., PRINCIPAL
L. J. COVERS TONE,
I respectfully solicit a share ol
your work, and will try to merit
Waitham Watches A Specialty.
The atmosphere lias been quite
smoky but is clearer at this writ
ing. Joseph Melotte and family have
moved into their new house.
One or two cases of small pox in
this neighborhood and nearly every
oiw is taking precautions in the
form of cream of tartar.
Mildred, the voun daughter of
J. D. Hamilton was quite seriously
burned recently. She was setting
by the stove when she fainted and
fell over on it upsetting a coffee
pot of boiling water on herself
scalding her right sille, hand and
arm. Remedies were promptly ap
plied and at present she is getting
along as well as could be expected.
Mr. Henrietta Reams has rent
ed Mrs. Belle's house and with her
children is keeping house while
she teaches, School began Septem
Bert Sprague left last week for
Salem to place his seven-year-old
laughter, Susie, in the deaf and
dumb school at that place.
It is rumored that Joseph Hayes,
Sr., has 6old his ranch for $10,000.
The men of this vicinity worked
out their road tax recently by plac
ing a new floor on the bridge.
The winter apple crop is short
L. J. Rouse, ef the Chieftain, was
down on the Imnaha. during the
Melotte Bros, have their third
crop of alfalfa stacked.
There are numbers of people
pissing daily with loads of fruit
residence which is to supplant the
Mrs. J. A. Blevans claim? the
blue ribbon for the biggest potato
grown on the Imnaha or in any
other section of Wallowa connty
during 1902. It weighs 3 lb. 8 or.
It is known as the L. J. Rouse
Marion Coverdale, wife and little
daughter, Lulu, after spending sev
eral days pleasantly with friends
and kindred on Upper Prairie
Creek passed through the Park
last week enroute to their home on
the river '20 miles above Fruita.
The first snow of the season to
eray the mountains around the
Park fell on the night of the 24th
n't. bince then cold south winds
have prevailed that presage snow
on the mountains and rain below.
W. G. Bcith, one day last week
had reached the last hard pull on
Saddle Ridge Hill when thq double
trees broke and there being no stay
chains to the wagon it shot back
down the road as if thrown from a
c.i tap.iu.it. Walt threw on the
brakes and jumped. The point of
the tongue slued to the embank
ment which brought the wagon at
rieht angles witn the road. By
this time the wagon, with its 14
cwt. of salt, flour, sugar, bean3, etc.,
had gained such momentum that
it turned over and over broadside,
down the road, its contents spilline
out at each turn of the wagon till
all was spilt. Had the tongue
lued the other way, wagon nnd
contents would have gone into the
river, SO rods below, Walt is giv
ing his spare moments to the in
venting of a doubletree that won't
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Shevlin, Sept. 20, 1902, a son.
Died, Sept 20. 1902, the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shevlin.
Sacred Heart Academy
Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis. Select
Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies.
Course are conducted on he same principles ai those pursued
by our Schools of Philadelphia. Music ami Painting receive special
attention. Letters o( inquiry directed to
ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE.
I . FORSYTH E..... PROPRIETOR
.Caees a Complete Stock of.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
We have got a choice lot of BUCKS in Enterprise.
For particulars call on or address Wm. Makin.
J. E. SMITH LIVESTOCK CO.,
riLOT ROCK, Oregon.
1002 Opening Announcement.
COLLEGE LI HEll.VL ARTS.Sept. 10.
COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Sept. 10.
COLLEGE OF ORATORY, Sept. HI.
COLLEGE OF ART, Sept. IB.
COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY, Sept. lfl.
Tuition Rate Reasonable,
NORMAL DEPARTMENT, S.pt. Hi
PREPARATORY DEPT., Sept. ltt.
lUVSlSBSS DEPT., Sept. 10.
COLLEGE OP MEDICINE, Oct. 1.
COLLEGD OF LAW, Oct. .
Catalogue tent upon application.
Board and room at Boarding Hall, $3.10 per week.
Good board with furnished room cun bo hail m tlio city for $2.50 to,
$4.00 per week, in private families. Students can board themselves for even
if 1.00 per week..
John H. Coleman, President, Salem, Oregon.
3ackeye Vapor Bath
V rrcw ir.r..r, nilMT CTHDP
VUUUUUcS ' mini oiuivl
La Grande, Oergon.
v, QUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish,
ttt.'ng Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement,
Building Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and
Wall paper .a. specialty.
PICTIBE FRAMES MADE TO ORDEK.
'ar mail orders
terprise Photograph Gallery
S. C. SMITH, Proptietor.
'd in th nnUcWnv. Enterprise, ure.
? Donnw Pictures YieWS,
ftreoscopic work Photo Buttons
Wsor DortmitR on rlolh for fancy work.. ivoaaK
Wcs. or do rmtrlrodak finishing. Copying oren-
' to Order in CRAYON, PASTEL or BROMIDL.
Gallery closed on Sunday.
Will Baiter is herding sheep in
t '.e vicinity of Red Fir Springs.
It is reported Etq. Marks has
s n.ill pox in his family.
Mrs. Sims and daughter, Misb
D.tisy, of Upper Prairie Creek and
Mrs. John Boner, of Scotch Creek
returned to their respective homes
last week after a delightful sojourn
of a fortnight with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Guyan, of near Fruita.
A forest fire 15 miles in width
has been raging in the brakes of
Snake river for two or three weeks
just above the Seven Devils on the
Idaho si le of the river. The tim
ber destroyed had no commercial
or loral value by reason of its in
accessibility but the immense graz
ing area, totally destroyed, is n
serious loss to stockmen over there.
The first killing frost for Sep
tember visited Fruita the night ol
the 16th. Corn, beans and squash
vines lie all withered and dead,
Miss Lidiiie Martin, of Joseph.
has been errrying the mail from
Imnaha to Fruita and back the
past week. Lou War nock, the con
tractor has been and is l.aulm;
10,000 feet of lumber from C W
Meek's sawmill on Prairn Creek t
Imnaha with which to build a hotel
Lou will be the host an 1 he has ;
hos. of friends.
Ifarry Hjpe, a young man wel
an l favorably known by a recent
d-il beta me owner of the Freeze
o il sawmill an 1 the James Wisnei
Homestead. By a later deal John
Owen became leaser of theso prop
erties. Mr. uwtn nexi spring win
push this mill to its fullest cutting
Mr. and Mr. English, of Enter
prise, are among the busy workers
at F. F. Rich's big orchard.
Sam Adams is almost ready to
raze the old log cabins in which he
and Mrs. Adams have lived and
pntf-riained bo long. The material
is waiting the builder of the new Bucket
Frank Kernan left on Mondays
stage for Portland to be at the bed-1 H
side ol liis tathea who is still suffer
ing from the amputation of his 'eg.
Marshall McClain arrested two
boys for running horses through
mainstieet on Monnay.
Snpt. Conley went to Enterprise
on Saturday to hold an examina
tion "for permits for teaching. All
who applied were successful. Those
who secured permits were: J. M.
Conner, Miss Jessie T. Post, Rich-'
ard Windsor and A. Fleshman.
A party of four consisting of
Jerome Freedman, Ed. Miller,
Fred Rawley and J. Y Kerns went
down to Wallowa Tuesday to see
Jerome, Victor and Edward made
Knights. It was a long cold ride
for the boys but yet they said they j
enjoyep it. When you see Jerome
just ask him if he U satisfied.
J. D. McCulley and wife got
home from the valley on Wednes
W. T. Pell and family are mov
ing down to Enterprise this week
where Mr. Bell goes to take charge
of tne store that the F. D. McCully
Co have fitted up there. Mr. Bell
and family are going to mcve into
the W. J. Funk residence.
Frank Winston who had his leg
broken by the kick from a horse,
called Or. Thompson who set the
leg and reports the case as improv
Enterprise got the Ott wedding
but Joseph got the Ott charivari.
Miss Belle McClain, who has
'icen stopping in Joseph for three
r four years contemplates return
ing to the east in a lew days is all
Lawrence Caviness was on our
treet doing business on Wednes-lay.
The irrepressible Jim Blakelyj
vas in our little city on business!
The public s:hool children organ
zed a Literary in J. W. Kerns
00m on last Saturday and elected
1 1 1 1 1 rtitj 1 r rtffl-AP.j P.Ai'ilnni
11-. I' I H-, IJJC, VI 1 1 1 VI C . I lUlilUIlt, 1
linnie Johnson: Vicu-Pres., Agnes ;
.eslie; Secretary, J. B. Potter; Her-i a1
ieant-at-arms, uusseil Mcbulley.
They will render the following
program on Friday, Oct. 10th :
S ng by SchoolMy Old Ken
Recitation Nellie Foster.
Comic Reading Jam?s O'Sulli
van. Song Mabel Vest.
Dream Sam Amey.
Composition Mamie O'ftulli van.
Experience Elmer Akin?.
Reading Mabel Dodson,
Song by School The Old Folks
Composition Delia Ellis.
Recitation Homer Hayes.
Comic Reading Roxee Adams.
Recitation Harley Hamilton.
Reading Laura BOner.
Reading Clarence Boner.
Song by School--The Old Oaken
are supplied here the best combination 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.
Livery and Feed StablQ
G. W. Hcnsley, Proprietor.
Best Hay and Grain. Careful Attention Given to Stock,
Open Day and Night.
onev To Loan
On Real Estate.
SEVEN CENT IHTEEE8T
C. T. MeDanicl, Wallowa, Ore.
PRENTISS IIOMAN ...... - -
Best Haj and Grain First class Teams New Rigi
Free eamp ho with cook tov.