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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

City Official Paper.- ifw I raff in 77E REPRESENTA 77 VE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA CqUNTW ENTERPRISE. OREGON- JUNE 19, 1902. HOTEL IS LOCATED CN CALVIN CORNER Just West of the Post Office. Stockholders of the Enterprise Ho tel Co., met Monday evening to re elect the board of directors in order to avoid a possible error in procedure, and to select a site for the proposed hotel building. The directors elected for a term of one year were, W. R. Holmes, W. J. Funk, G. V. Hyatt, E. R. Bowlby, G. S. Craig, D. W. Sheahan and John Root. The next order of business was the selection of a site. Several were suggested but it soon became evident that there wire those who favored any location facing the public square, and those who wanted it on the block on which Combes' black smith shop is located. A great deal of skirmishing was dune by both sides and nothing had been done by one o'clock A. M., when the meeting nd journed until Tjesday evening. During the day other sites were pro posed and .finally ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

SMAIAIflf Al Atfll At AlAt At t At At Af At Af A) At At Al Al? HERR STEISlIARDrS NEMESIS CH A PTE K V 1 1 Con: i n m-u . I said, "that BY J. MACLAREN COBBAN. "I did not think of that," "I was there for only a year, after 1 left school in Paris. I had only been home three months when father went away." I had learned more than I could have anticipated. Here, s'ircly, at length was the strongest presumptive, if not direct, evidence that Mr. 1-acmix, and not another, had dropped the ticket, and therefore that lie had come home. I imagined him traveling from I-on.hm SMALL BUT GOOD TEACHER." "It is singular, in your own war the seme conchi-d a I hr.ve gra-lual! do not tru-t him and ii!;s.Tiij'uiou, and I nm sure in wouid make no mure inquiries concern ing v. ur lather than s-H-inei! neov--;:ry 'f apiH-ar.iiRV-.. siinii',.; nave c-.;:n-m iiiH.ut leiiii:ar!: y N-cn coming to. 1 it all : he is :::!-- for the sake Miss Lacroix, 1 think pood by going to L"i'..i me act for v.ui in tin I'll!. de...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

Eruptions nrr moist, scaly tetter, all forms ee'zi'inii or salt rheum, pimples , other cutaneous eruptions pro fVi from humors, either inherited, ac-nuired through defective di- Liion and assimilation. Tn treat these eruptions with Ling medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills ;bich thoroughlycleaiise the blood, spelling nil humors and building p the whole system. They cure. Hood's Sarsaparuia permanently cureo j. u. ih Franks, 111., of ecema. from which he La raftered some time; and Mm Alvina Wol- fcr Bx '!! Alfiona. is., 01 pimpius on ner twsnd bek nd chafed skin on her body, by fsicti she had been greatly troubled. There l-emore testimonials In Javor of Hoods than Lube published. Umod'u Smrmmnmrlllm promlmmm lo lire mnd kamom thm prommm. Crush. "There was a crush at the redding, suppose." "Crash? Whv, the ushers had to nrm a flying wedge in order to get the :iiial party up to the altar." Life. Pi?n's Cure is the best medicine we ever eti fo...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

'iFnllnira Clurftain. County Official Paper 'mSiis NOTICE FOR 1'IBLICATIOX LaSu Office lit Lit Grande, Oregon. Guardian's Sale of Real Property. lima u irwv i VftTfr T4i iTrornv rvrv flml x hereby given that the follow-1 T"tue and in pursuance of an order ettier ha filed notice of hi , of the Countv Court of the State intention to make final prix'f ' nf Orcirnn fnr 4ho ".nnntv nf V1- ,n support of hi claim, and that said I i ,wa ,1 v made and .Mitprprl nf Kntri in the roii-offio at Enterprise proof will he made before A. C. Smith 1 , J iP re"terfd Ore.. as Second-claw matter. ; I". S. Commissioner, at EDterprife, Tecord tnereln on tne 5tn aa-v of ' Oregon, on Julv.'G, 1902, vi: Ma v 1502, in the matter of the . srBsrnimox ttATEb. 1 .r.e fT" Ter year Il-V' i-.r.i.t copy. :x months t.'o , ucit ccr v. three ruontHs ..Vi r.ot. nv:r.ir von: urgent and flit-ire i rft-on, on juiv .'o, vu: uav iov-, wi uie uiauer oi uie ILL. To'.C, of Michael Toomev of ! estate and guardianship of Clarence ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

r ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR, Located in Wallowa National Bank Build ng. A Choice Line of Meats always oti han, BEEF, FORK, MUTTQX, and SAUSAGE CURED MEATS Enterprise. F"Xouth of Bank Bitlding jjf BCSWELL & SON, . . Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best II ay and Grain. OPEK XJ A.1T JnSTID NIGHT I ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry THE STAR 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.) JO UN II. FLOWERS, Provrictor, L. , Watch - ENTERPRISE V $ J. FORSYTES.. Cakp'ks a Complete Stock of. DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Can-fully Compounded. Buckeye Vapor Bath PRICE, $5. 0. F. C00LIDG' - PAINT STORE La Grande, Oergon. ADOUARTERS FOR Linseed Oil, Varnish, Li j eating Oils, All kinds of Brushes, Glass, Cement, L Building v Paper and Paper Bags, Doors and Windows. WALL PAPEE .A. SPECIALTY, pre n; re frames made to order. Stud your m...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. lull SE & KOE, Publisher. ENTERPRISE OREGON. I ;tii r-1 1 i gcttin.: casts a ;:atl"W. fill. She now Bewarr of the bid-ridden gentleman who is w:ll:t!g to st-11 bis mining stock a: a sacrifice. King Christian of Denmark is 84 years old. and has reasonable hopes of le;t:g able to ilie a natural death. Trof. Starr makes a serious charg Brains: our barbarian ancestors when he says they introduced the swallow tail ecat. A shocking case of cruelty !s report ed from New Jersey. A resident ot the State deserted his wife, leaving her an original poem. The city of Tokio has 800 public baths. .Japanese cities compare favor ably with the more enlightened ones on tuis side of the ocean. A w oman's head is to adorn one of the new i ues of postage stamps. It is to l-e rt-uni -d that this will erert a good influence on the mails. The Louisville health officer who an EoiitH-ed a few weeks ago that Lim burgor ch-ce was dangerous is now end- a coring to prove that the Wiener wur...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

THE OLD MAN Gt)T RELIGION. When the oT man got religion things sorter changed aroun', Xbe bouse wus topsy-turvy, the worP wuz upside down; We di'ln't know what hit us; 'pea red like we'd started wrong; Life had tojie made qjrer to bis halUiuia mng. i He k1 '!'" ,ne whole lioutie hustliu'. "Work while it's ealled to-day! An' pray whilst you're a-workin"; hut work an' work nway!" But ever' youngster of us with sad an' solium face, Wuz prayin' fer the oP man to full away from grace. Lout,' years have passed, an' left us still with our work to do; An" the oP man, bein' weary, went home nu' left us, too; Led h.v his homely counsel safe to the sliclterin' fold Sigbtin' the fur-off city, with sUiniu' streets of gold. An' evermore we're praisin' of the Provi dence on high That the oP man got religion In the hap py days gone by: An' we hope to hear him shoutln', when we reach the heavenly stairs. In the bright, celestial mornin', "Rise up to fam'ly prayers!" Atlanta Constitution. JACK'S OPPO...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 19 June 1902

si li I P s I : ) 'i ! 'J 3 1 s s LOCAL HAPPENINGS j..iwLniijiii.u.iiiiiw,.i.uiwuaw Wallowa County News. sc Is what you want when you sub- ribs for A County Paper, Look Over The T 1 ( ii a And See That It Gives tle County News." and The .price is St.oO a year. Vc offer some exceptional bargains in our CLUBBING RATES with other papers ana magazines. For Instance Chieftain and Oregoiran both one year for $2.00. Chieftain and Spokesman Review both one year for $2.00 Chieftain and Examiner both ane year for $2.25. The Chieftain and any of the $1 magazines one year for $2.50. Address or Call on T'ko Walo;a hieftahi,, Enterprise, Or, i i IN AND ABOUT TOWN. Picked Up Here And There By The Chieftain. $100,000 to loan at 7 per cent inter est on real estate security. C. T. McDakiel Calvin will give you 15 cents a doz- j en for your eggs. ! Bokn': June If, to the wife of R. L. Day, a haoy girl. Dr. Secloy of Lostine was a caller U the Chieftain office Mondav. V. J. Lachner, attorney for the J....

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

Th Teachers' fleeting. The W". C. T. A. met at Flora, Ore., June 14, 1902. A basket dinner was served in the school house and at 2:30 P. M. the regular work of the Associ ation was taken up. Supt. Conley acted as president of the meeting, and in the absence of the secretary, Miss Lena DeVore, Mra. May Whitmore was appointed secretary. Prof. H. A. Burns introduced the work for the afternoon by taking up the subject of History. He strongly favors the teaching of history for the pleasure of it, and recommends the reading of the lesson in the class. He does not believe in allowing the pupils to commit the text to memory. Have the thought clearly impressed, teach the import ant facts, and do not allow parrot recitations. Geography should go hand in hand with history but not overshadow it. Discussions of the subject followed by W. W. Burns, Supt. Conley, Mr. Eddlcraon, Miss Nellie Beach, W. C. Wilson, Mrs. Whitmore and W. G. Locke. All favored the use of the newspaper and magazines for te...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

i XUiAIKIAIAIAIAMIMIAIhlV-VWVIAIifViyiiyOyyi'yVfyylnd- You know Iwlah yon wen. w W vr i.r ... ... i.r ... IIERR STEINHAKDT'S NEMESIS. 1 BY I. NIACLAREN COBBAN. CHAPTER IX Continued. "Oil," said she in a territied voice, "Mr. Steinhardt looked terrible! He asked me if I had written tellintr some one to a?k such questions. I answered at once, 'No; but Mr. L'nwin has.' I wish I had not said that ; for he said at once, 'Oh; l'nwin; I'll make short work of him.' So, pleae! do be care ful! I could see in his eyes how cruel he miirht be. 1 said, 'Surely there is no harm in trying to find out what has n become of my poor father?' 'Oh, said he, 'no harm at all none at all and went away." I could not but regret this very much It was, therefore, with some anxiety j that I received and accepted an invita-1 tion to an interview I had almost eaid, a collision with Steinhardt that evening at seven o'clock in the labora tory of the Chemical Works. I had never yet been within the mysterious, tainted...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

That ( " s-iwinvj UtAIn Tired Feeling la Common Spring Trotblm. It's a pipi that the blood is deficient jn vitality, just as pimples and other eruptions are signs thnt the blood it impure It's a warning, too, vhicb only the hazardous fail to heed. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it, give new life, new cour age, Ftrenjith and animation. They cleanse the blood and clear the complexion. Accept no substitute. I felt tired all the time and could not sleep, jfter takini: Hoods barsaprrilla a while I could t'f w,'n "ni ,,ie tired leelliift bad cone This gn ai medicine has alto cured me nl sero lula." Mrs. C. M. Kuut, liilead. Conn. Hood' Saraoparlllm peomlmom to euro mnd keopm tho promlmo. The Spirit of Strife. Edith What makes you look so downrast, Ruth? There miiBt be some tliinp that's troubling you. Knth Tell you tho truth, Edith, my married life has been a disappoint ment. Hefore we were married all the pirls were after Charley ; hut now it doesn't appear that any of them want hi...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

rffallcirn ffhirftaln. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Office at La Grande, Oregon. June 14, U5. County Official Paper ' inc-named eetiler ha fled no;i -e of intention to m.tke final, pi EtiutiI in the I'ost-otfi - -conu-clj? niatt?r intention to m.tke final. proof of Oreson for in FUtM-ono: claim, anu mat said tnK.. Guardian' Sale of Real Property. . 0f five distinct routes to travel. 1 ! The equipment of these trains is Notice is hereby;ivex that by j the best including free reclining virtue and in pursuance of an order : h 5 etandard and t0Urist sie(.,,. the Countv of Wal-iers'a Ferfoct dlnInS car 6Prvice- : . 1 1 i,t ). fii. . - 7 ... . ... r . , n . . . . 1 . -. ins 01 uie VOumv toun 01 uie maie PULLMAN ORDINARY SLEEPERS. Court Session. SIT: C 'V 'RIJTKiN p--r year RATES. o.y six r.io:;lhs ioiv. thr.-t-month . .. Wnn ' han-v yo-.ir a-Mr-. n. r.iy ii v. :v. :i,.' y..iiT ; r. f-.ii'iri. -t !:: c .i.l-srv.-. that the f HiErT .in ci-.y r-.t . y.iu promptly. Tn:- 1 .iv t i kep! on tile ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank Build ng. A Choioe Line of Meats always oti han, BEEF, FORK, MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Oregon, ii Livery & Feed Stable 2rNoimi of Bank Buildixg jjJ BCSWELL & SON, - . Proprietor. FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. OPEN ID A.3T AJSTID ITIQ-IiT OUR CORRESPONDENTS. t ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry iTHE STAR LAUNDRY Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup lid with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun- iirywork. Family washing solicited. JOIIX II. FLOWERS, Provrietor. L. J. COVERSTONE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, vVallowa, Oregon. I respectfully sclicit a share of your work, and will try to merit your patronage. Waltham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. J. FORSYTHE.... PROPRIETOR Caktes a CoMri.ETE Stock of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded F. COOLlfiGE'S Buckeye Vapor Bath Cabinet ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. KOI SK ROE, Publisher. ENTERPRISE OREGON. A woman" head may soon adorn a postage stamp. Man is no longer it. Thi' question of r,ex never appear so jriiraiit it- to a man as when he siarts out in search of a servant girl. The recent death of the anther of "Hen Holt" lias started the oM song on Its last annual farewell tour. When the truth about war conies out It is like the measles. disagreeable but better thus than if It muck in. Mr. Stoad will donate to the Britisn museum the pipe Used by Mr. Kilodes In his "devout dreaming." as Mr. Kip ling terms It. William Waldorf Astor has Riven $lMi.rm to an F.uglish university, but when last heard from lie was still waiting for that title. How customs change. With a single rotable exception, the hotels of Chicago will be conducted hereafter on the Eu ropean plan exclusively. A Southern man advertises for a lost cow with one horn that gives milk." There would be more money for her in a museum than in the dairy. "What makes n...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

FAIRYLAND. yoa Jieei not travel to a star; The a' is ea8'' 11,1,1 not fnr ia hour's wnlk. a mile from town. The herons of the old Iukoou Lead you along the path; for sign Are arrowhead-blossoms, frail and tine, flpsMi- tlie water; then the wood Takes you; but only by the blood Leapini. and by the sudden start Of the overfull and thrilling heart, you know you see It face to face. The frreetiwoirj'bowers a sunny space for tons-sparrow tinkling; and below July's green lap is full of snow. I, drifted rich with white and pink; Of bouncing-bet from' brink to brink; The haunted air resounds between With humming-birds, obscure and keen, Like burnt-out stars that dart and float. With but a last fire at the throat. Yoa saw but common summer flowers? Heard but a hum that drowsed the hours? Your blood leaped not, nor shook your heart? Ah. well; I know no other chart. The path i fnr y"r feet as far As that which lessens to a star. -Century. ORXWALLIS COBB Corn Cobb, ITZ be was fnmlllurly called ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 26 June 1902

Wallowa County News. Is what you want when you sub scribe for A County Paper. Look Over The Wallowa Clilti Yc offer some exceptional bargains in our CLUBBING RATES with other papers and magazines. For Instance Chieftain and Oregoiran both one year for $2.00. Chieftain and Spokesman Review both one year for $2.00 Chieftain and Examiner both ane year for $2.25. The Chieftain and any of the $1 magazines one year for $2.50. Address or Call on The Wallova Gihieffaiit g EQterprise, Or, LOCAL HAPPENINGS FN AND ABOUT TOWN. Here is an item from the Manti, (Utah,) Free Prss, that is novel and interesting: "Bring In your grasshoppers and have thorn infected with the fungus growth, a positive exterminant of this Picked Un Here And There it. Mr. Crawford, the druggist, will I By The Chieftain. f 100,000 to loan at 7 per cent inter est on real estate security. C. T. McDamkl Calvin will give you 15 cents n doz en for your eggs. If you want to buy a mower or rate it will pay you to sec Calvin. Oran...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 3 July 1902

licial Paper. City Official Taper..- 5r THE REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUXZY. " I IIE ' Plif ui I m u. NO. 44- iwifi T I Die A .Oar load of wa. S and fa he m.lijiieryfj ' Respectfully yours, M. & M. CO. Spiiii it. toe Ste ii r-T-HiriTrlrm7tT1TmiJafrpw,Tilaiflt ENTERPRISE. OREGON- JULY 1902. WHOLE NO- !)if. The Oldest iWstniaster. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat publishes the following skeich of the oldest postmaster irj the United States, who has served con- j inontly before the American people, a construction of the canal by that route bus been ns low as $ 30JX 10.0(H). However, we need a canal of some kind mid we may pet it by way of the Panama. Sine itis no vttrv.nrotn- linuously since 1S2S, having been appointed by John Quincy Adams. The Globe Democrat has recent ly published pictures and sketches little history of the canal projects in general, and the Panama route in par ticular, will prove, interesting. The accomplishment of a scheme to secure a canal across the is...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 3 July 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. KOI SK ICUE, Publisher. ENTERPRISE OREGON. Only a fool m;in believes that a worn an believes everything he tells her. Posterity isn't likely to Judge any Ionian by the style cf her visiting cards. Contentment should be measured by the number of things you are willing to do without. Toadstools are often mistaken for mushrooms and gall is sometimes mis taken for genius. Mr. Carnegie Is right. Wealth does not bring happiness. Hut Solomon and others found it out before he did. Killing a man. no matter what the provocation, is unpleasant and danger ous business. It ought to be discouraged. Many a distracted man will be wont to congratulate himself on the thought that there will be no house cleaning in heaven. A Western man fill dead while look iug at his wile's new hat. Most men stave uff the fatal attack until the bill is present d. The difference between a good de tective and a good newspaper is that the newspaper will tell all it knows aud the detective won't. New Y...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 3 July 1902

WHEN 'DOLLY smiles. When 1 "''" "'" ,win Cupids seek And fi "' iill,l'lf in n,'r cheeks ind in dim)lp straightway git Till I)"!-.' s Inueb doth make thera Hit. And 'b"1 'aush' those Cupids twain lk hie I'l-r rosy mouth inside Kni Jjnce upon her teeth of pearl. To play at teek and then at hide. Oh. litr I- Cupids, grant me this When at your saucy jests ye play, Iare on tlione rosy lips a kiss. Whisper 'tis mine, and steal away. -Westmiuster Gazette. H 1 1 I I I H I I1! f t l 'W"rW44 Grandma's Story 4-1 1 1 I I I I H-rlWl-Wl H I I I l -H-j e- STOUY!" excluimed grandma A as she looked over her glasses at the boy and girl perched at her feet. "Yes, please, a really, truly story," Mld Elsie. "A war story, with some 'go' in It," idiied Tom. "Very well," sold grandma after a few moments' thought "1 believe I can please you both. "It was in a log house, such as the first settlers lived In, that a girl of about 15 years of age was bending over the fireplace busily engaged In broiling slices ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 3 July 1902

Guardian' Sale of Real Property, NOTICE FOIi PUBLICATION and Office at La Grande. Ore iron. June 14. KiO-'. I Notick t HKRKItY CilVEX that hv . .... ?rnimt flflRrml Panor N-tit-e in hereby given that the Ulow-1 virtue and in ' V, U LJ 1 1 Ljr VJIIIldal I ajJCI inn-nameil eeltler has tiled notice of hid of the County 'intention to make of five distinct routes to travel. The equipment of these trains is the liest including free reclining chairs, standard and tourist slee- Court Session Trobate court is the nesiii IoimUv of each .,. Wl0niJ EtHi r 1 in tac l'.i.t-oliice at Kiitorntw prVjof Ore., as .Sc!!iiH'U)9ma1fer. 1 t Or sriwmTiox c .jiy. 1'iT year KAT1-. !." S.ii-.f i-...y. ix i..')iit!i S.T") ('!;" tin v months -..$. ';:en y.vi rhantfi y..nr address, notily t':: :!.'. jr. in,; j.iir ivvnt and future -::'.;.( a I iros. o that th CiiiektvIS lu.iy i t ,--.; I'pMiiptly. PULLMAN ORDINARY SLEEPERS. x ruuHie court ih the i The tourist travel between the 1 Monday of each n10n th j East an...

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