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About Wallowa County chieftain. (Enterprise, Or.) 1909-1911 | View This Issue
Jewelry put in
First class Order
E. B. WHEAT
Jeweler and Optician
A Real Bargain
In Town Acreage
Small Payment Down Gets i I-i Acres
Only Four Blocks From
I will sell six and one half acres
of the best land in Wallowa
County, situated only four blocks
from business part of town and on
(,itv mill (Wntv
Wiivi News Items
Never-slip horseshoes at Keltners.
Luther Greno made a trip to Wal
Miss LiJa Flowers went to La
Grande Thursday for a few days
Mrs. George Bales went to Lostine
Thursday to vlsk her brother, Elmer
Robert Miller of La Grande was a
guest of his brother, A. C. Miller,
W. H. Graves was at Wallowa
Thursday on buisness with the For
Mrs. Samuel Jackson will preach at
Pratt school house at 3 o'clock next
One Minute Washer satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded, a:
Millard White arrived in Enter
prise Wednesday and will buy a car
load of horsas.
Nice fresh cake made to order by
the members of the Woman's Ex
Miss Etha Kooch left Friday morn
ing for Monmouth where she will
attend the state normal.
Mrs. Polk May9 of Swamp Creek
has returned from an extended vis
it at The Dalles and in Portland.
The best washing machine on
LIsk ware at Keltner-s.
A. C. Willett was at Lostine Tues
day and We fnesday.
Julius Bidstiup of Joseph was a
business visitor here Wednesday.
All kinds of builders' hardware a'
S. I). Kelmer's.
W. F. Rankin returned Wednesday
from a business trip to La Grande. ,
W. E. Lewis made a business trip
to Wallowa Friday.
Japalac, varnish stains, linseed oil
at Burnaugh & Mayfield's.
Attorney J. A. Burleigh' was at
Lostine Frldav on legal business.
E. B. Knapp and Henry Fletcher West Main street for only $2000
went to Waliowa on forestry business-You can pay $500 down, the
Friday, balance in one year at ONLY 7
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Leadbetter ; pjtr CENT. We will show you
and children of Alioel arrived Thurs-1 j t this j tQ jols d
uay ana win visit .urs. -nuucuti o
sister, Mrs. Ina Gaskill.
A r lillpr whn has been suf-
fering from rheumatism for several : and make it pay ten per cent on
weeks, went to Hot Lake, Friday, 400 per acre.
for treatment. DANIEL BOYD
Mrs. Jos demons and child of i
Umkhorn Springs were here ThurJ WAITING ECCLES' DECISION,
day en route home from a long-visit I f repre3entatlves
w h her parents l.r. and Mr... M at terma
Thomas Lathrope of Le.n. . ,, , . . ,. ,
,,.. , , regarding rental and water consld
Char ie Giovannoni resume 1 Thurs- " "
dav from a trip to Spokane and " ri 1 .
Portland. He says 1000 men are
out of work in Spokane, and condi
tions are nearly as bad in Portland,
Enterprise looks best for a working
man he says
j double your money in a year.
You can raise sugar beets on it
The pupils of Mrs. Stella Hanvllle's
room in the pub'.lc school gave her
, , , , , . u j lease about 300 acres provided the
after school, visl Ing her home and
sltlon wi'.l be up to Mr. Eccles to
accept or refuse. The result will be
known in a few days.
M. MigoguchI, a Japanese sugar
beet contractor In the Grande Ronde,
was here Mondav, and states that
If the Amalgamated people decide
to enter this va'.ley, he will also
spending a few hoars very happily.
The guests took lunch with them,
and a number of pretty gifts.
Engineer R. K. Lowry, of the
American Lisht & Water company.
details are to his liking.
QUARANTINE FOR SMALLPOX.
Dr. Thompson of Joseph has re
ported to County Health Physician
Anderson, that there is smallpox on
that has the contract for the water ; UpFer A,der slope Mr and Mrg Ed.
worn, came uown inursuay iroui i .ard Daggett and four children all
Joseph, where he had been consult-1 naving the disea3e ln a mlld form.
ing ine council relative to me 1
city system to be installed there.
The company has made a bid to !
put In the new Bull Run pipe line
at Portland. -
Men can get their overcoats, suits
ind underwear nicely mended by one
who understands the business. In
quire at the Woman's Exchange,
Flyer. For sale by
earth is the
S. V. Keener.
Mrs. C. A. Fitzpatrick and two chil
dren returned to Lostine Thursday
after a visit with friends and rela
tives in Enterprise and vicinity.
La Grande Observer: Charles Mc
Crary was fined $13 in Justice court
today for assault and battery on
Mr. Jordan, of the former music firm
of Davis-Jordan company of this
Before buying a piano or organ
see Ashley. He has the agency
for almost any make and will sell
them on easy terms.
The ground hos saw his shadow,
Tuesday, for the sun shone brightly.
Spring weather prevailed for a
week and farmers did a lot of
County Assessor Miller made a bus
ness trip to Wallowa Wednesday. He
says they had no wind there th.3
first of the week and the streets
were still very muddy.
L. A. Jackson was down from Jo
seph Monday looking after the fit
ting up of his drug store room. He
expects his partner, A. C. Weaver,
to arrive from McClure, Ohio, between
the 10th and loth of March.
Roof Paint for your old roofs. It
stops the leaks. For sale at Kelt
ner's hardware store.
Stock Inspector for Wallowa
It is supposed they were exposed
on the trip west, they having come
here a few months ago from Iowa.
The family has been strictly quaran
tined from the iirst, and as none
of the chlliren had started to
school It is thought there will be
no spread of the disease.
NUBBINS OF NEWS.
The remnants of Captain Jack's
band of Modoc Indians, now reduced
to 49 in number, are going to bo
permitted to return to Oregon from
Indian Territory, to which they were
exiled in 1874.
Governor Patterson has vetoed the
bill prohibiting the manufacture of
liquor ln Tennessee.
EAD THIS and
then ACT QUICK
560 acre farm two and one half miles from Lostine, all under
good fence, all good soil, about 200 acres under cultivation,
Gold Medal at Lewis & Clarke Exposition on wheat. The
best buy in Wallowa County if taken at once.
New Era Land Company
J. B. Seibert, Manager, Enterprise, Oregon
1st Door West of Sheahan's
The Best Cigars, Confec
tionery and Fruit.
Stationery Supplies of al!
First door east of Postoflice.
Red Front Livery and
First Class Accommodations
Best of Hay and Grain
BOSWELL & SON
OXK BLOCK SOUTH OF
M m in ) ft
W. B. APPLEOATE,
Collections made, Real Estate
bought and sold and all business
matters attended to. Call on or
write me. Paradise, Oregon
Harness. Saddles, Chapps, Spurs, and Leather S
Goods of all descriptions.
I will fit you oiit with the best goods for the' least S
money. When in need of anything in my line, call and B
inspet my stock before purchasing.
ENTERPRISE. - - -
W. E. Fleener Buys
The Lostine Hotel
Sale Consummated Thursday No Su
gar Beet Contracts Signed by
Lostine, Feb. 5. W. E. Fleener
has closed a deal for the hotel prop
erty, buying the same outright,
Thursday. He will take charge
March 1. The sale was made
through M. W. Goodman.
The representative of the Amalga
mated Sugar company failed to close
any contracts here Tuesday, me
reason given being that the rental
asked was too high.
Superintendent J. C. Conley visited
the schools Thursday and Friday of
Holman. the U S. revenue collec
tor, was a business visitor, Friday.
Charles Bridwell has taken to his
old vocation of farming and for the
present James Hammack of Joesph,
a former Lostine man. is conduct
ing the hotel. He assumed the man
Mrs. J. B. Hambelton of Joseph Is
visiting S. M. Crow's family.
Mrs. J. KidJle returned Wednes
day from a visit with friends in
Revival services close Sunday even
ing, so far 37 have united with the
lone Hutchens has organized a
music class, with a studio at Mrs.
The Home Independent company is
stringing a wire from central to the
The Joseph-Elgin Stage Co. has
given over the mall service and the
government has charge. The de
partment alvises Poitmaster McKen
zle to employ messenger service.
Frank Graham bought three car
loads of cattle of J. F. Haun and
shipped them Tuesday to Portland.
Grace Wood will put in a line of
millinery goods in connection with
Iris Laverty gave a party Wednes
day evening to a number of her
Falconer Brothers bought 200 hams
and shoulders and 50 gallons of lard
for their sheep camp of Leonard &
Kuhn, proprietors of the City Market.
S. L. McKenzie 6,345
J. H. & M. E. McCubblo ".
W. A. McCully Est.
. ... i kUatnr 1U.I10
J. VV . .Htnuovvi ....
F. D. & J. D. McCully ....
Georgia Nottingham ....
Wm. P. Newby
G. W. Neil
A. Neppach '
. . , ...... l.-v
J B. Nobles
Ma F. Olmsted
J. B. Olms'eJ
J. B. Pace
W. P. Powers Est. . .
Margaret Pickett ...
M. E. Procbstel ....
O. T. Prout
J. I. and Ira G. Pace
L. G. Page
J. E. Patterson
c C PnA
' 11 000
Jos. T. Peters
Thos- Rol,P '100
W. H. Robins
J. A. Rumble
W & Marks 10,85
rhnrloa Rice Vi.it
L. W. Riley
Baby Is Scalded;
Man Falls Of! Roof
Two Accidents At Th Park Boy
Upsets Kettle of Boiling
MANY LISTED IN
(Continued from third page.)
PHONE HOME 115
J. D. WALCK
Real Estate Dealer
Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH. OREGON
F. W, J. A. and Maggie Fitz
patrick F. W. Fitzpatrick & Co
C. A. Fitzpatrick
Joe Farnsworth & Son
W. B. Fordice
Josephine Fisk & Son
J. A. French
A. M. Gastln
Gastin & Cussins
Gregg & Marvin
C. E. Glenn
J. A. Gillespie
F. A. Gaylord
V. M. Gregg
!W. F. Glllaspie
W. H. Graves
A. J. Harris
C A. Hunter
J. H. Haun
R. E. Heskett
Houser & Gaillard
A. W. Hodgin
Mary J. Homan
Hartshorn & Keltner
J. D. Halsey
H. S. Hunt
CI. G. Holmes
tf. C. Himmelwright
J. W. Huffman
W. R. Holmes '
I. C. M. & M. Co
E. F. Johnson
C. E. Jennings
John L. Johnson
A. & R. Johnson
L. J. Jordan
W. T. Knapp
Hayes Ke nan
R. B. Knapper
J. B. Kooch
E. B. Knapp
E. M. Kinnear
J. S. Kenville
Lostine Milling Co.
W. E. Lewis
H. C. Lairj '.
Mary A. Ladd
Wm. R. Minor
C. W. Mum ford ......
A. H. Meyer
D. H. Mansfield
A. H. Meek
W. A. Moore
Herman Mitchell ".
J. M. Mitchell
F. P. Mays
O. S. Reavis
O, J. Roe
Paul R. Rudger
Rice & Graves
Edward Renfrow ...
Geo. C. Russell
E. W. Rumb'.e
J. E. Rice
Shell, Combs & Co.
Henry Schaeffer ....
George Schaut ....
H. B. Starr
J. T. Steen
The Park, Feb. 2. W. F. Gills,,
pie, while at work on the roof of
his new store building here Batur.
day, fell and . was Quite badly
hurt, his left shoulder and elbow be
ing badly sprained.
Frank Shevelin, a four-year-old boy,
was badly scalded by upsetting a ket
tle of boiling water off the stove.
When his clothe i were removed the
skin came off bis legs from the
W. UHewett, who recently bought
the Tom Rich place, was here ln
company with Mr. Rich, for several
days, both returning to Joseph to
day. Mrs. L. G. Page returned Friday
from Joseph, where she had been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
i if' hm. t .1 , .,. .
i joseuu.r eu u. me iauies aiu oi
7,000 the M. E. church had a buslneaa
,15 meeting at the home of Mrs. Thoi.
12,750 Lay, Thursday afternoon.
8,5 j Mrs. W. L. Mulkey and Miss Be
5,025 'sle Taylor entertained their Sunday
5'70 : school classes In the church parlor,
5,145 iFrldnv evening.
Stubblefleld Bro3 14,950 i Tnurg(jay afternoon, Mrs. L. Cavl-
flmer J. Stubblefleld 14,400 I rnvnllv entertained th Em-
6,000 broidery club, Mrs. N. Molltor, sis
ter of Mr. Caviness, being the guest
The O. E. S. gave a select social
Wednesday night, which was a very
enjoyable affair. Out of town guesU
were Mrs. Plttingor of Hllleboro and
Mrs. N. Molltor of La Grande.
Father Bradley who has been very
111 for some weeks past, Is somewhat
Grandpa Cole U very sick at th
home of his son George.
Mrs. R. Hope Is quite 111 at her
father, A. M. Adams'.
Omer J. Stubblefleld
E. T. Schluer
Silver Lake LoJge, I. O. O. F,
R. F. Shinu
L G. Snell Est
W. C. Straley 8-B45
R. D. Sanford 8-300
G. C. Schluer 13,730
J. G. Shonts 7.000
E. H. Tulley 13,510
A. L. Tulley 1.56B
D. G. Tucker UJS0
S. T. Tlppett 7.00
J. .A. Tulley 6,700
N. D. Varner 8,760
Ray E. Vest 6,100
H. N. Vaughan 9.150
J. W. Womack 6,960
Theo Williams 5.500
Mary C. Wade 5,445
L. F. Wright 6,050
C. W. Womack 7,300
Wagner Bros. 9,685
Albert Wurzweller .... .... 12,040
W. O. Ward 9.800
Max and Paul Wilson 5,850
Hugh Wilson .., 6,320
Wilson Bros 9,275
Carl IWhitmore , .. 9.500
J. B. Weaver 8.280
E. L. Wiley 5,045
S. P. Williams & Son 8,880
W. P. Warnock 14,115
John M. Weaver 5,815
W. V. Wade 13,210
W. W. Zurcher 7,590
STATEMENT NO. 1 WIN8.
ELK CREEK JOT8.
One of the best dances ever known
in this neighborhood was given at
the home of Pat Loftus, Friday
night, January 29, Good old-fash
ioned hospitality made everyone
feel at home. A generous supply of
good things to eat with plenty of
coffee was served at 12 o'clock, and
also at daylight. The affair was well
attended and everyone present en
joyed him or herself Immensely,
and daylight was not welcomed.
There will be a dance at Louis
Martin's next Friday.
I. P. Flanary brought home some
of their cattle and expects to stay
out and look after them.
Will Beard is on the sick list this
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Most Popular Because It
Is the Best.
"I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for the past eight years and
find it to be one of the best sell
ing medicines on the market. For
babies and young children there is
nothing better in the line of cough
syrups," says Paul Alien, Plain Deal
ing, La. This remedy not only cures
'the coughs, colds and croup so com
mon among young children, but is
pleasant and safe for them to take.
For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield.
OLIVER VOTED FOR JT.
The Smith bill. Intended to kill the
Power of initiative and referendum,
defeated in the ssnate Tuesday, was
supported by and voted for by Sen
ator Turner Oliver of this district.
Voters should remember this.
Salem, Feb. 3. By a vote of 80
to 27 the house this afternoon de
feated the bill making it a misde
meanor to take the Statement No. 1
or any other pledge, and the senate
by a tie vote refused to reconsider
the vote by which a bill making it
a misdemeanor to circulate any In
itiative or referendum petition for
pay was defeated yesterday.
Even the Statement No. 1 men
who voted for Chamberlain under
protest, defended Statement No. 1
and lought the anti-pledge bill. Two
representatives only, who were elect
ed on Statement No. 1, Brady and
Richardson (of Union), voted for the
bill, while two anti-statement mem
bers joined ln opposing it.
BOOM PRICES FOR WOOL.
Cheyenne, Wyo Feb. 2. Eastern
buyers already have purchased 3,000,
000 pounds of the 1909 clip of wool
in this state, yet on sheeps' backs,
at prices ranging from 15 to U
cents. A million pounds of Caspar
wool that sold for 9 to 11 cents
ln 1908 sold three days ago for 1'
Dealings to date indicate that
prices for the 1909 clip will now near
or exceed 1907 figures, the highest
ln the history of Wyoming.
S. K. Clark
Full line of plumbing
Shop at Keltner's Hardware Store
SOCIETY and LODGES
Enterprise camp, No. 535, W. 0.
W., elected the following officers U
night of February 1: Sam Litcn, C
C; J. D. Woodell, adviser; W. &
Graves, banker; C. A. Ault, clerk; V.
W. Zurcher, escort; S. C. Weaver,
watchman; R. L. Day, sentry; S. ?
Weaver, manager for one year, J. &
Shackelford for ' two years. Tn
camp will install next Monday nlgW
and all members of W. O. W.
invited to be present. Smoker
lows the installatlan. Visiting Wood
men cordially invited.
Because meats are so tasty tlwJ
are consumed in great excess. Tntf
leads to stomach troubles, biHoas
nus and constipation. Revise 7oor
diet, let reason and not a pampe'
appetite control, then take a
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and you will soon
ell again. Try it. For sale l
Burnaugh & Mayfield's drug Btore-
Any person knowing of any lo'
tlon of the game or fish laws of tW
state, or of persons not properlj
keeping screens over lrrlgstior
ditches, are requested to notify
Deputy State Game and ForetW
W'arden, Zumwalt, Oregon. ltr
Read the advertisements. '