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About Wallowa chieftain. (Joseph, Union County, Or.) 1884-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1902)
;nly Official Paper.
City Official Paper.
REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY,'
XIX NO. 7-
ENTERPRISE, OREGON. OCTOBER 16. r 02.
WHOLE NO- l
nivj.. m vi yuaiuv.f,FROM FAR AND NEAR.
Tlie Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will have exclusive
charge of the E. M.&M . Co.'s store
R. W. llaiuiitoi)
Clms. Pratt work on county
J. K. Cramer work on county
i "1TCU aU CDiea rrom W. I.nthrr.iu work
TL I .
ii Our Exchanges.
57 00 i
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30
On this dav the
will be in charge of t h Ladies. The Society
wrill receive a liberal pucentage of all CASH
Such a happy ' combination should cause a
ileral loosing of purse strings.
The markets of the East and West have
ontributed to the largest and best slock that
ever loaded the shelves of the store. Choice
purchasings of Staple and Seasonable lines of
FdlGpods await your inspection.
DRY GOODS AND SHOE LINES
are particularly full. The goods unci prices wul
appeal strongly to your baying judgment. Suits
and blankets in comnlete selections, suggest com
fort for approaching weather.
We want the
4 . 4 1 J T - J
wcites to sell at least a dozen neaung stoves uu
this d;:v. Air tights in beautiful design at prices
that make the coal strike look like the Fourth
f Jr.lv. :
TV r-..-. (!.:: rl it vlumVl he. tl e record for
the year. The Ladies w 11 have f: 1' and pu
ma c harge of the Store your wants will be
an'.ki j:.ted bv them 'promptly ana erauenu.
Y,:u L;u-e" the opportunity to make your pur-
.'bases from a stock nnexcellco in t
it tik: snmr tve lic-ln a soCiCtV ti
i county ara
t is doing a
We pro n.iv liar.'llin? n.oro Merchcn
:,"'iii the hiri;o;y of our store. Uu s
Mfce price as lew as i- cor.Mstent
'"-e added to our list of clerks so !
"''eye, ;noro promptly t!wn t V ''
fiveyoi,; pntroiwg wear' r.-spediuHy yotirs
ro. th:in ever
til endeavor to
wirii t;ood values and
lmt we will l"'vr';u!y to
Trusting we sunn re-
Bertha Lomer, the young girl who
was burned while lighting a lire with
coal oil at her house in Seattle, died
at Providence hospital Friday morn
ing after surlViing awful agony.
Hon. J. M. Church has heen ap
pointed one of the board of twenty
five directors oi the Lewis and Cl.rk
Centennial Ex pot ition. This is in
honor that nil I'nion county should
Tiie semi-annual report of 3!ad:a
mas County shows its net indebted
ness to be !fl2y,fi9lJ.fVJ. The total
amount of unpaid county warrants,
including interest, is $139,778.21. -The
amount of money paid out during the
half year totals T0,807.81.
Geo. Lathropc work On county
road 1" 00
f'ONTINOENT U NO.
J. C. Conley postage 2 05
IV. J. Boup telephoning 1 t'O
J. C. Shackelford postage and
tspress 3 'J5
C. II. Znreher express and
F. I). McCnily Co., nnlse for
County Clerk was authori.ed
sue a warrant for tiie collection of de
linquent tax rolls from lhSl to l'.'HO
Clerk was ordered to draw a war-
rant for payment of state tax.
II.' C. Cramer was appointed justice
of tie pence to till vacancy caused 1 y
Sollars and ense
Used asjthey should be will brng you
more by buying your fall supplies of
L. Green niovinc awav,
Within live miles of Lincoln, Xcb., County court agreed with the
yesterday morning, the Burlington's Eureka Miniivi, Smelting & Bower
.St. Louis-l'acitic express train was Co. to pay !?20OO on the completion
held up by a gang of masked men, of the J. F. Cutter road beginning at
who secured the contents oi the sale ti. Imnalm rjv,.r all( eI1(iing al tne
in the express car and then made Dobbin cabin a distance of about
their escape. 1 seVL,n n)i(.s
Oklahoma Indians in a council held;
at Anadarko yesterday appointed
Lone Wolf to petition t lie United
States government to take all their 1 11 another column is an offer that
lands in Oklahoma and purehose f,.r excels any other ever made to Chief-
them a tract of 2,000,000 ceres j , tai l lenders, if 2.2 for the Chieftain,
Winter is coming and now is the time to get your
cold weather necessities. We carry a complete line of
Ladies' and Gents' furnishings at prices that can't be beat.
Our Now Offer.
That fit the feet as well as the purse are our cele
brated Friedman Bros. Shoes of which we carry a com
plete stock. And our "Little Sampson" shoes for JW,
mm vjiijs are lust me tiuno- lor school inir ,
assortment of J.Juby Shoes,
Also a nice
The creations wc are show in n for Indies of ill-,.-..
Mexico. This would open to settle-, Conkey's Home Journ.il, the imis.cnl j will delight tllOSC who are hard to please '111 i v'I'O Win '
nitwit h vut ure.i in the astern ' ' .,
of the territbrv. ' ' tll,! "k' T1,e oooks alone are j . ' vvuije.
Here are Fashions for Fall Wear
Right from the market of the best millinery ever product e
worth in the market more than $2.25.
Ask any one who is acquainted with
the price of books. Also ask him
about the books being of a high class.'
u cannot ah"or I to make anything
but a I ona fide, "all wool and n yard
wide" ol'er to our patrons, ritop in
sum- day and s c .-amplcs of the
According to the decision of the
Supreme Court of Illinois yesterday,
the entiie lake front in Chicago is to
be reserved for park purposes only,
thus winning a victory for Moutgoin
ero Ward, wno has been lighting he
casj for several years.
The flour mill known fts the Al
ii i :iee mi'!, at LaGrande, was in
ch ised a few days ago by Kiddle Bros ,
the owners of the I'ion er mill of
Island Citv and who also own a lari'e j
share oi the stock oi the Union 'Flour ' TW taJn now re"'i,;ninK un"
Mi!lcumimnvi The price is said to Pai(l a' Provid;d by law, no tax
have ken about !f30,0'J0.
Tax Pcyers Taiv Notice.
"Carson's Gloves are iha Best "
And we carry a complete stock of-JJcn's worki
. 100 00
. 20 l'i
. 125 00
J. C. Conley salary Sept
J. C. Shackelford "
G. W. Hamili n " "
Henry Miller '; " ....
C. H. Zurc'ner ' " . . ..
Glass J'liidhome, oflice sup
plies Flora Cottinghani, care county
W. H. Dlak.-r care county
J. C. . hackelfor 1 1 oard pns-
Eva B. Kumble offie supplies
A. B. Dunbar tare county poor
' Hose Voris, assistant teatliers'
;j W. Kerns. as;istaiit teach-
i G. M. Voris, t.dde for survev-
i.T. H. MeCubbiu assessors sal-
j ary 20 00
C. II. Zurcher deputy hire
can bo rea-ivod ly the sheriff inti!
' aft -r the return of the delinquent tax
roilis niahs and a warrant for their
collection issued by the county clerk.
J. C. S.tACKKI.l OKI),
dress gloves of this brand,
persand storm coats.
And ail hvjs of overalls, jm..
Notice to Sheepmen.
have the nacnev fur the Nini-T.o !.;. .t t: ..
jCoinc in and our li.;e of S.i..:ples and l,e ,,., vi. col tl.i.t V u ca
I Ket a (-tylish, perfect lilting Kuit of cloflici at a vi i v n-.isonal.!,. price
iSatibfaetion guura:;teed. A good line of r. a,ly: .u,!.." i lu: Ling ubvaV8 o.i
Tlie Jackson Piamboulette bucks '
from Dayton, Wash., are in a pasture
y near EnteVprise and in charge or It. !
W. Bloom. Parties wishing to pur
3 chase will call an him.
; O. F. Jackson, j
OVll LINK OK
Coiifists of nil kind of Cv.inw- Ware an I Tin Kitchen rtensil j
Dairy Tail, Well Buckets, Ii iltn. Cunei.teiM T., ,'s. Pii.l. a v...
Between the cui;on and Ent(:r
prite 40 hend of ewrs, part branded
"L" and part' branded "K." Liberal
reward will be paid for inform itioa
. leadiug to their recovery.
Kei:.an Bl' p.,
S!iov(.'l?, Hrdnwl, Xai!, S'crtws, fr,r Trimmiinrs,
amis, Oils -and Brushes
! Win. Miller it Bio., premiuni
j on sheriit' brnd
D. L. Kenvis making school
A talk, Saturday, with Superiuten-
j G( ). L. Wagooner hel l n jtcs K2 20 (jent Hamilton, who hm charge of the
development of the Eu eka mi h.s tin
GO 00 Imnaba, revealed the fact that .
the company intend to put in a much "
oO fiC whie.h will treat the ores o.' tlie 1 u 1 f
. and probably do some custom wii.,
says tlie Clarkston UcpithiirMii. Th
tO 00 j Eureka co npany has son j fo' ty clai 8
which they are actively developing.
78 00 j The mines of the Itunaha when dcvel
J oped will c.irry an army of working
37 50 , men who will bf stitttilierl friim Inli'
j.icnioi.i'riht ii:i'l elcfarit. Knees o.' vurii.iij
I'erfurne3, Toilet Article and notions of every d -
(.1. 1. K:ite!i;V, map frame ....
ThO:. Lathlupe. load boss Sa.1-
J. W. Kank.n supervisors sal
ary Sarah Crandall care county
F. D. McCully Co., stove for
surveyors oflice :.. 12 70
Thos. Rich, bridge lumber
J, A. Denny, nails for bridge
J. II. Hartshorn bridge lum-hfr
P. L. Ilenvis surveying roads
j., .-Urn: .UiU'1. iVHre Co., bridge
Jno. A. Young work in canyon
I. X. Pitzer repair roalT tools
Peach Plums, Apples and Pears.
For sale very cheap at the orchard
on the Jas. L. Keuvia ranch. Will be
delivered at your home if desired.
Address C. II. Oohukjj,
liDtei piise, Oregon.
Our stock of Groceries is complete and we carry a
good line of the '"Preferred Stock" of Canned good
'Diamond v" Kslracts and the "Coral lilend Koastul
c kj -ji w. n w v.