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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

r o yv lf?v 111' 111 hill i I T V:l mm TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 33. ENTERPRISE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1909. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER Wants Classified notices In this column 1 cent a word each Insertion In either News Record or Chieftain; H4 cent. word for tame nonce in uuw pen; year. pecial rates By tne monin or FOR 8ALE. SEED RYE Pe.er Olsen, 3 miles east of Enterprise. wcs . INFANT'S handmade wardrobe com plete. Address or call on Mrs, E. B. Wheat, Enterprise. wcs 10 BROOD MARES, Good ones. Nine In foal to a good horse7Wlll he sold cheap. See or write Tom Stump, Enterprise. GObtf TWO HIGH GRADE PERCHERON stallion coltB, coming 2 years old. Extra good ones. See them at my farm, 2V4 miles south of Lostlne. Sam Wade. GObtf HEAVY WAGON, 34 Inch; single buggy; 3 sets work harness; 1 set double driving harness. B. A. Rey nolds, Alder Slope, P. O. Enterprise. 69b4 BOILER AND ENGINE 75 H. P., for sale. Suitable for a saw mill cut- ting from 25 to 35,000 feet per day or for a planing mill ...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

Wallowa County Chieftain PaMMhea (w Thai-tor. ay llw ENTERPRISE. OREGON Venezuela h said to have had the nlddt rate In the world, but tt may Be different now. Wales !s demanding several things f the British government, but ahe is pot demanding spelling reform. "We do not feel for a moment the pressure of a foreign army,- say fie (Cubans. But they knew It was tLer. Castro paid S10.OO to be operated ton In Berlin. Being operated on In Berlin la as costly as stopping at some tote la. Oh. well. If being Vice President Is ne form of oblivion. It Isn't half bad to get $15, WO a year for being obliterated. The man who makes the most noise Is not always the greatest man In the world. Think of the bollermaker, for Instance. A prophet of fashion predicts that Jn ten years women will cease to wear hats. There Is something for men to live for yet f-wltierland certainly seems abort the worst place to hold a balloon race. The Alps not only pet in the way. but are nwfuly hard spots to fall on. It ...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

WEXH BAST FELL. The time our baby failed an' breaked , His little arm right straight In two, He hollered so I guess he maked 'Em heir him dear t' town, don't youT In' father, he lst'couldn't bear T" hear him cry an weni ontsiue in' down behind the barn an' there My pa 1st cried an' cried an' cried. in' Polus, he's our hired man, 1st couldn't busk another shock. But s?t behind the milk bouse an' He most forgot f feod the stock. JU' 'Lirabeth, she lives wjth us Because she's orful pore, lit couldn't stand the baby's fuss An' runued upstairs an' locked the door. The time our baby breaked his arm My ma an' me, she's always thunk, Was only folks around the farm At showed a weenty bit o' spunk. John D. Wells. IflliEiii Bertha and her elder sister Ella were talking it over. Bertlia, with .an open book In her lap, was rocking her self In the chair by the window with mippressert emotion, and Ella was cov ering a piece of canvas with streaks of very highly colored wool. "I always said," Berth...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

n n fS)3 T - . , ' ' ....hjiiibiiiii.hi.-! JL1 ILLUIJlLUliJI JUST ARRIVED Eveiything New and Up-to-date at FRED 5. ASHLEY'S, The Home Furnisher, CALL AND INSPECT THE NEW GOODS ENTERPRISE, ORECON ( . f r ALL THE DAILY PAPERS,;! MAGAZINES ! AND THE National Weeklies! at Coleman Brothers The Iiest Cigars, Confec tionery and Fruit. Stationery Supplies of al! kinds. First door east of Postoffice. 100,000 Strawberry Plants TREES: Apple, Cherry, Peach Pear, Shade Trees, Shrubbery, and Roses, Small Fruits, large supply of Box Elder at ex tremely low prices. Send a list of your wants for prices.' UNION NURSERIES Union. Oregon Gophers, Sage Rats and Prairie Dogs annually devastate our fields of growing grain. Their numbers may be greatly diminished by a systematic warfare 'upon them. " Woodlark " Squirrel Poison is the most reliable and destructive agent yet devised for their extermination. It is absolutely certain in its action and every kernel is warranted to kill. Climatic changes or moist...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

The Mystery The By GASTON LEROUX efc. CHAPTER XXIII. The Double Scent. EHAD hardly recovered from the surprise Into which this new discovery bnd plunged me when Itouletabllle touched me on the shoulder and asked me to fol low him Into his room to tMnk It over. I confess I was In no condition for doing much thinking. His self rnntrol was more than I could explain. Closl ig the dour of his room, he motioned me to a chair and, seating himself before me, took out his pipe. We sut then for some time In silence, and then 1 fell asleep. When I awoke It was daylight. It waa 8 o'clock by my watch. Kouletu blDe was no longer In the room. I rose to go out, when the door opened and my friend re-entered. He had evi dently lost no time." "How about Mile. Stangerson?" if, asked him. "Her condition, though very alarm tag. is not desperate." "When did you leave this room?" "Toward dawn." "Have you found out anything?" "Two sets of footprints." "Have they anything to do with the .mystery of the keepe...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

f uniplit Vfttfl, Mi Man-'Ia had a cat. T!i car b:il a feller, Tji-ir l".ii-';yjr-l conwts m annoyed. Ma made Marceila sell lnr. Miss Ins w:jh! an awful lot Piid-'.v! vou should haw hr P,tit tifr nw fiin :riiJ up and dawn, Smti to nuke I-na h-jner. Iuie a pair of rmtie houg'.i:. Though tlcy wero number threes. Tlf'y tia"bd. and so sue changed taeai for A pair tajt gjve Loo ease. Aliss Rouna wJ a man Whu-' rvti'iuni'n wis Il.inna. T!f-ir i-.ihe was uanvil for grandma, so Kouiia now nxs Anna. HetHizah is a m-innish girl. Kitty's more like hr ma. Wi:h bonny Kate I'm devji in love. lint a for 11 "pzi Bah I Boston Transrriiit. The Ureal American Woman. A French liu-r.iry v..iiuiu Mini S't flologist sti:dyir.g tin- big cities of Anc-rica tills us thai our civilization will ! the best tin? world lias ever Kt'll. iKHIIUSe Of tile illtlllt'IM-P tile An.erii woman on our educational system and our club life. It is always pleasant to hear ui-e things about ore's own, mid t!ie Ameri can in. in ...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

ByrOur Formnla We produce In Hood's Sarsaparilla medicine that has an unap proached record of cures of Scrofula,- ecieina, eruptions, catarrh. rheumatism, anemia, nervousness, that tirea leeiing, iobb oi apneuie, eio. Tbe combination and proportions of the more than twenty different rpmertinl agents contained in Ilood's Sarsaparilla are Known oniy to ourselves, bo there can be no substitute. This medicine makes health nr1 strong the "Little Soldiers" in your piooa, inoBo vurpuBcies mat light tbe disease germs constantly attacking you. Correctlag History, Alexander the Great wept. "Whv theM tears. Tour nulMfrf act ad tbe gycopbantg. "Isn't It glory enough have eonnuered one world?" "I'm not weeping because there are no ore worlds to conquer," blubbered Alex ander. "It's because I have a presenti ment that some day big. Ferrero will find ut I m nocning out a mine: Th erronhant. nnnreaHinr rh iml facts In the case, gave out the false ver sion or tne inciaent mat Has come down througo i...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 8 April 1909

I 'ft V Stop Jj DON'T send away for that watch and chain this spring, as you have other springs. See me and get my prices FIRST. If they don't suit you, then send for it. E. B. WHEAT JEWELER and OPTICIAN Enterprise, Oregon City and County Brief News Items Never-slip horseshoes at Keitners. S. R. Haworth returned from La Grande Friday. Ruberoid roofing. 1 pi? and 2 ply tor si.o by S. 0. Keituer. Sheriff Marln went to Wallowa Tuesday on a business- trip. Dr C T Ho?kett returned Sat urday from 'a trip to the Willamette valHy. Good, rich milk. 21 quarts for $1. delivered to your door. W. A. Mur ray, Enterprise. 60bt M. K..Bue we it to Wallowa Tue div on a few davs vacation from his .work in the E. M. & M. store. E. A. Hart left Monday for Trout Creek, Mont., to vi sit his daughter, Mrs. Fred Pens'.er. A. H. Crldge, district organizer for the W. O. W., left Tuesiay for Sump ter. He expe:ts to rsturn early hi May aid srend some time here. 'Squire W. P. Apple Tat 3 of Para dhe wa3 hera...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

i i TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. M. Classified notices la this column 1 cent a word each Insertion In either pews Record or ChlefUIn; 1 centa word for same notice In both pa per; apeclal rates by the month or jrear. FOR SALE. SEED RYE! Peter Olsen, 3 miles east of Enterprise. - wcs 10 BROOD MARES, Good ones. Nine In foal to a good horse. Will be sold cheap. See or write Tom Btump, Enterprise. 60btf TWO HIGH GRADE PERCHERON i stallion colts, coming 2 years old. j Extra good ones. Bee them at my farm, 2ft miles south of Lostlne. Bam Wade. 59btf BOILER AND ENGINE 75 H. P., for sale. 8ultable for a saw mill cut ting Tram 25 to 36,000 feet per day or for a planing mill of large c pac-!- This is a good outfit and a real bargain. For particulars ad dress O. S. Wiggles worth, La Grande, Oregon. ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. Imme llate possesion of greater part. W. . Sutton, City. . b2m ' IN LOSTINE, 120 ft. x 240 ft., city ditch, good frame barn, enclosed with 6 board fence, sidewalks on two sides. Corn...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

Wallowa Comity Chieftain Pabfah n Tharaaav kr Ike f NTtRPRlSC PRESS ENTERPRISE. OREGON Com let n worry together about the Ice crop! If bachelor are to be taxed bow can they be expected to n enough man ay to get married? Mr. Gompera says Just a food men a be bare been In jail. Sure enough! John Banyan, not to apeak of other. Queen LI1 thinks her claim against tbe government will be paid. Anyway, It won't bart her to (eel optimistic boat It European courts bold that the man who owns land also owna tbe air over 1L This looks Ilk trouble for the aeronauts. It la reported that a German profes sor has concussion of the brain. Prob ably caused by a collision between two trains of thought. An Oklahoma woman has 301 ways to cook corn. But mother will go on toaklng them In hot water and apply ing father's best rasor. There Is no good and sufficient rea son why you should mind your own business If other people will pay yon more for minding theirs. More school children are made sick by Improper...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

1 WMMmwj&yotm I m iote 0? m mm THTV7EEKLY mauw to Make a Bed. Unless the weather is very damp, tn the morning each counterpane, blanket, dtieet, pillow and bolster should be re moved oud spread where they may jjt-t the air and sun, and allowed to remain tus for at least an hour. If possible turn the niattrewi before mpklng ihe bed Pgaln. Put on the lower sheet, tuck It In at the head, smooth It evrywhe ith the hands to get out the wrin kle; tuck It In at the foot, then ono side, then the other, being careful to put It well under the mnttress and not the spring. Next spread the epper -sheet, oud do be sure It is tucked snug ly under the foot of the mattress ( nothing la more uncomfortable than to have the covers loosen from the bot toin op 3 cold night). The b'ankets are followed by the counterpane. Have these perfectly straight, tuck In at the foot, turn over evenly at the top and tuck In the sides ; or, If your spread is fancy one, let It bang loose. 8ome like the turndown made...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

,OX'T send away for that watch and chain this spring, as you have other springs. See me and get my prices FIRST. If they don't suit you, then send for it E. B. WHEAT , JEWELER and OPTICIAN Enterprise, Oregon Fred Tharp of Elgin was greeting I; Wends in EaWfn . I Jackson & Weaver have put ft new MlVW M)3J Mlnnfe GUdden went to Los- - M ' tine Thursday on a business trip. . I I j. Q. Connally of Flora was trading !i th rltv Thursday. Did the kitchen cabinet men leave a mark on Wa'lowa valley's doorposi as they passed out? DOX'T send away lor I Roof paint for your old roofs, it W...tr1mnf1rlinin mops the leaks. For sale at Kelt- uer's hardware store. Good, rich milk, 21 quarts for 91, ' delivered to your door. W. A. Mur ! ray, Enterprise. 60bt P. H. Tllley and P. E. Furlong or i Tacoma are here looking over the country with a view to locating. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Akins' of Prairie Creek were guests of rela tives here Wednesday. Mr. Akins says his 50 acres of fall sown grain is look...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

Walloo Ccuntg Chieftain County Pioneer Paper Established in J884. Published every inuraUiti' oy The Enterprise Press. Office East side Court Housa Square. Entered in the pcttoffice at Enter prise, Ore., as seaond-clasa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year $1.50 Three months 50c. Invariably in Advance. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909. WALLOWA COUNTY LAND VALUES. Peop'e who complain of high land values in the valley are Influenced to a great extent by remembering how cheap they coald have bought even the chol:eit farms a few years ago. A man who came into the val ley 12 years ago and predicted the rich va'ley land with abundance of water would se'l some day at $30 an acre, was laughed at. The settlers thought he was dreaming. Yet tha:. land li cheap today at twice $30, and is going higher. And why ghoul 1 it not go hlghar? Fnrmers in the vicinity of Enterprise are reluctant to lease their land to the sugar factory people at $10 on acre cash rent, saying they make more than that off it. This ...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

The Mystery The Yellow By GASTON CHAPTER XXV. In Which Joseph RculeUbille Is Awaited With Impatience. fTTiN the lutb of January thut Is III! to say, two uioulbs uutl a half II II after the tragic events 1 have I 1 narrated the Epoque primed as the Brst column of the front page the following sensational article: "The Seiue-et-Olse Jury is summon ed today to give Its verdict on one of the most mysterious affairs in the un uals of crime. There uever has been a case with so many obscure, incom prehensible and inexplicable points. And yet the prosecution has not hesi tated to put iuto the prisoners' dock a man who is respected, esteemed and loved by nil who knew bliu-a young eavnut, JI. Robert Darzac. There , is oo doubt lu the mind of anybody that could the victim speak she would Claim from the Jurors of Seine-et-Olse the man she wishes to make her hus band and whom the prosecution would send to the scaffold. It is to be hoped that Mile. Stungerson will shortly re cover her reason, whic...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

Oar line of FURNITURE is now ver complete you will be sur prised at the values we are now offering'. HThe nicest line of IRON BEDSTEADS that ever ramp to this county at prices that you will appreciate. 1 We are maKing a specialty of a pure White Cotton Felt Mat. tress which we guarantee to be as good or superior to the Ostennoor at $13.50. Our Wall Paper stocK is very complete at prices that have been sm.ng'ers heretofore in Wallowa County. f No old goods, everything new and up-to-date. 11 Call and be convinced, no trouble to show you through our big' stocK . . . . FRED S. AiSHOLY Enterprise, Oreg'on THE HOME FURNISHER Ml .-Xi mm i r m r i J I jl weeks with relatives at ouiswe To Extend Limits ; rents. I Bir8. J. U. KliQle Visited -Willi lie- 111 I ftf tflP TftWfl Parents In Wa'.lowa, Wednesday. VI UtUllV 1UW11, Ml88 Lula Brl3weii came home . . Wednesday. She is convalescent Will Help Salve Depot - Road Diffi- ' from an operation performed by a culty City Election Held , Wallowa doc...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

POSTAGE "7 & V" I "" . . ft , ' . rS-r POmSp ttl- INOE the earliest yearn tbe postage stamp of this country have varied In design. Their use was sanctioned by an act of Congress March 3. 184". A tentative Issue had been lwued at the postofflce of New York and In St. Louis two years before. In and in LMiode Island In lSfl The first stamps issued were for 5 and 10 cents and bore the portraits of Franklin and Washington. At various times a complete series varying In price from 1 to !K cents was Issued. The portraits used on the stamps were those of Franklin, 1 cent; Jackson. 2-cent ; Washington. 3-cent : Lincoln. I 5-cent ; Jefferson. 10-cent ; Clay. 12-nt ; Webster, l.'i eent; Scott. 24-cent; Ham ilton. 3-cent; I'erry. !--ent, and Stan ton, 7 -cent Most of these portraits were drawn from marbles, but Stanton was reproduced from a photograph. Rowland HI!) of England waa found er of the modern postal system. Eng land, accepting his scheme of postal reform, waa the first country to I...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

The Great Spring Medicine In thousands of homes, for more than thirty years, Hood's Sarsaparilla has been taken, as a Spring Medicine, by every member of the family. Peculiar to Itself in what it is and what it does, it combines the best blood purifiers, appetizers and tonics, and effects complete cures of Sprint Ailments all blood diseases, pimples, eruptions, eczema, scrofula, all stomach, liver and kidney complaints, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, all low or run-down conditions of the system. Hood's Baxsapaxilla effects its wonderful cures, not simply because it contains sarsaparilla, but because it combines the utmost remedial values of more than 20 different ingredients, each greatly strengthened and en riched by this peculiar combination. These ingredients are the very rem edies that successful physicians prescribe for the same diseases and ail ments. There is no real substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla. If urged to buy any preparation said to be "just as good," you may ...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 15 April 1909

T 500 New Patterns Just arrived, no Two AliKe. Place your order now for a Spring Suit. Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Leading Men's Shoe Store of The County. AH The Latest Styles in Oxfordr. Buy your shoes of us and be satisfied. We stand bacK of them. The Best $3.00 Hat on The Market Full Line of Men's Furnishings. C. H. ZURCHER City and County Brief News Items Never-sHp horseshoes at Keltners Attend the 'nominating convention ' at the court house tonight. j A bis line of wall paper just j received at Ashley's. 1 Mis-sej Giace and RhoJa Wood of Lo?tlne visltel over Sunday with, their mother, Mrs. Martin Larsea. Yo ir choice of either Elgin r Wa'.tham 17 Jeweled in a solid j :iltkled casa fully guaranteed for only $11.00 at E B. Wheat's j LaGrande Star: J. W. Chllders of Enterprise, who underwent a very ; delicate sjrgicai operation at the! Grande Ronde hospital a few wesks j ago. Is now making favorable pros ress, although nn condition ir j where the family will reside, sever...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 22 April 1909

' j , iiln i SSilTtntriii tlC; WW WWW TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 35. ClasaKied notices In thla column 1 .ant a word each Insertion In either News Record 'or Chieftain; 1 cent i word for ram notice in ootn pa per; special rates by the month or y -. ; FOR 8ALE. TWO HIGH GRADE PERCHERON' stallion colts, coming 2 years old. Extra good ones. See them at my farm, 2 miles south of Loatlne. Sam Wade. E9btf BOILER AND ENGINE 75 H. P., for ale. Suitable for a saw mill cut ting from 25 to 35,000 feet per day or for a planing mill of large c pac tT This Is a good outfit and a real bargain. For particulars ad dress O. S. Wlgglesworth, La Grande, Oregon. ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. Imme la.e poise islon of greater part. W. :. Sutton, City. b2m IN LOSTINE, 120 ft, x 240 ft., city ditch, good frame barn, enclosed with 5 board fence, sidewalks on two sides. Corners on main public road and cross street. Has large alley in back. Reasonable, Mrs. F G. Conley, Stay ton, Oregon. THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn eggs, S...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa County chieftain. — 22 April 1909

Praalna- Lars Ltailta. To ensure rapid healing In the plant after pruning It la necessary that alt wounds should be left smooth. If It Is necessary to use a saw In removing a large limb the cot surface should be left smooth aad clean, particularly around the edges. The sharper the saw the cleaner will the cut be and this should in turn be made smoother by the use of a pruning knife or a sharp chisel, as the healing process starts quicker and progresses more rapidly when this precaution is observed. It frequently happens that In order to ob tain the best results In removing large branches, two cuts should be made. The limb may be sawed off IS Inches or 2 feet above the point of Its origin In order to prevent splitting down and tearing off a considerable part of the bark. After the weight of the limb has been lessened by cutting away the main part a second cut can be made and the stub held in position until the cut Is completed. The evil results of splitting can frequently be overcome...

Publication Title: Wallowa County Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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