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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

lP(y Official Paper. City Official raper.-- WllliP j Willie THE REPRESESTA TIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUXTY. XIX NO. 8- ENTERPRISE, OREGON- OCTOBER W02. WHOLE NO- flGi Ininiie Offerino-nf O and Quantity The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. Church will have exclusive charge of the "E. M.&M . Co.'s store THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 On this day the S3? The Society of all CASH will be in charge of the Ladies, will receive a liberal percentage SALES. Such a happy combination should cause a liberal loosing of purse strings. The markets of the .East and West have contributed to the largest and best, stock that ever loaded the shelves of the store. Choice purchasings of Staple and Seasonable lines of fall Goods await your inspection. DRY GOODS AND SHOE LINES are particularly full. The goods und prices will appeal strongly to your buying judgment. Suits and blankets in complete selections, suggest com fort for approaching weather. We want the Ladies to sell at least a dozen heating stoves on thi...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

Y WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. I'ublUhril Vtrj Wrrk. ENTERPRISE OREGON. Cuba is tindtnc out that It Is mighty ipousive to kwi house. Has not tli young king of Spain as good a right to be wren trie ami original as Kaiser Wilhelni has? Tastes Differ Of Ceorgc Eliot. Car lylo Mid: "She is tint amusing, ami not instructive, only dull." Then, again, when a reckless auto moliolist kills himself, he isn't killing some entirely iniineent person. would be his great graft. You could spit on him. and he would smile back. You can ktc him. and he would draw more closely within himself and say nothing. All he wants is to live. Hut the suivessful man wants to worry and he does. Worry is the best expression of mental activity. It is the reflect leu of dissatisfaction of one's shortcom ings or conditions. It Is the lirst In- 1 centive to Improvement. It Is the first , step toward resolve and effort. Wor rying over trifles Is foolish. Worrying other people wirti your worries is per nicious. You can make life m...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

iLONG the way to meetin sundered if the world so wide had lu.iril my hi-iirt a-lntin', (jj jially walkin' at my vide alow; the way to meet in" KeincJ to time my ovtry Ktep-jpst keepin' time noordiu', ,' sarin': "There's n rent fer you 'cept t'other side of Jordan!" ,j in 'tried to ay "the word," n-iih natientest eudcavor Lrwnrd that might, or mightn't, wake I her heart my own rorever; .jt asmehow. when it reached my lips. it hcciiicii too mueu 10 uttor, jdi my P""r heart a-kecpin' up tliat rrerlastiu' flutter! Twin nhnrp nlT tribulation day close by I hit side to view her '5pnll the wild (lowers by the way, an' then not (live 'em to her! lit, sudden eome this word from her 'twit like a benediction: fa thinkin', John, this meetin' day you re under deep conviction; is' then, I up an' told her all my heart, m sore atlhcted; foved her more than all the world that's how I Htood ronvicted! L' then, as close she come to me, with sweeter looks an fonder. rend niy sliinin' titles' clear to e...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

r . ... I ii - , , , - - ... . . .lu. . . --j-...n-.iA.t - i r. i' - " 1 " ' '"' '' , 1 County Official Paper Jhiter.) 1 in the l'osi-otiu e at Euterprisi Ore., as ecuiul-clu. nutter. SL'llSCUI'TION KATES. finale copy, per year HA t? ; ute copy, six months M:iu'!c copy, three month:! When you change your ait.lre-ts. notil this oltiee, iliviiifj your present ami fut'in etoflie aii.lrcss, so that the (.'hiiftai.i. la-y read, you promptly. This paper is kept on file by Altar Tozier'u Advertising Agency, Port lami Orjion, where advertising may be re ceived lor ft. ISSUKD EVKKY TIIUKSDAY HUUSDAY, OCTOBEU 2 ), 190i The market reports give the it -formation that there is at present only about two million pounds of wool in the warehouses of the northwest while at this time last year there was that much in each of several warehouses. This con dition of affairs signifies that the wool has all gone east and is in the hands of the manufacturers and will le used up before the next crop is ready ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

vA j ENTERPRISE MEAT MAIUiET.1 : R. L. DAY, proprietor, ; Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiUin I J . C t A Choice Line of Mp.n.te n-i, i. ... i t , yy u(i nuna, BEEF, PORK, Murium, nnd SAUSAGE nimrt iipnn . t iiuscu RitAib A SPECIALTY Enterprise, I '.-. " Oregon. jj Livery & Feed Stable f 2yNouTii of Bank Builm.ng.jjJ s BEN B0SWELL, . . Proprietor. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING -ITEMS From Various Sections of Wallowa County. FRUITA. ( FIRST CLASS TEAMS AMD RIGS, i The Best Hau and Gvn.in. f OPEN Ti A.Y 1TIGHT i PARK AND WASHIN6T0N, PORTLAND, OREGON The school where thorough work is done; where the rcnson is always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping is taught exactly as books are kept in business; where shorthand is made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free. A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL L. J. CO...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

A STUDY IN SCARLET BY A. CONAN DOYLE. PART II Chapter I Continued. . .7 girl, gleefully, pointing at their l- uuu-iieu luruis, mm napping iier nanus : gretl to make them rise. "Say. did God! m a moment the young fellows had make this country. dismounted, fastened their horses, and "la course he did." said her com- j were ascending the precipitous slope panion, rauier startled by this unex-j which led up to the object which had pectod question. excited their curiosity. "He made the country down in I1H- They advanced rapidly and noiseless nois. and He made the Missouri." the k- with the confidence and dexterity of little girl continued. I guess some body else made the country in these parts. It's not nearly so well done. They forgot the water and the trees." "Wht would ye think of offering up prayer?" the man asked diffidently. "It ain't night yet," she answered. "It don't matter. It ain't quite regu lar, but He won't mind that, you bet! You say over them ones that you used to say eve...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

L esse red Cost or Travel, Befcre the Siberian railway was arailuble, a trip from London to Shane bai cost frroo 1326 to 475. Kow jt can be made for from $65, third ilass to f 160, first class. The rww.t- ... T, 1 otu. 1 VA IVtniA A- patient. One hP7 V W b I believe." nd to dolla. "Yes," gaid Dr p ; total .,,o .. "ice, . v, f JKa- making ",dn't ?uit understand." years i Exception. Biiwui inventions bein' 1 todav vl . Up 10 da,e' "'eluding injurious to labor is .11 nonsense," said ! know' i. Z -mrse lor visits, you convict ro. 161. i '"'i ' "Why so?" asked the guard i "Because it la. a patent burglar1 In r y B,h Ends- alarm wue the cause o' me gittin' live ! trim . i ?',a1' the Indian Population at nam labor." . "uul 118 cnances for the effi. , oi prayer by worshiping at a ! Chna , altar with image. ofVhea? tl.ende1tieshid,len behind it. Premonition Proved True Charie, Anstee. the proprietor of the tluXe ' H lvM' h8,i 8 I'met flat tie Would lliu nn l. "" ."7 Bh"" year ago. Hie 8 trie...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 23 October 1902

i rl :l! ft V t : h ; 1 " ') t r LOCAL HAPPENINGS Geo. Pitzer and Misi Li.ie Fitter I .other and neice of Isaac Pitzer m ! rk-ed in the city last week from Sal- IN AND ABOUT TOWN.i mon River, Idaho, and will probably remain during tho winter. Dr. Temple reports the arrival of n: tt TT TM. two baby boys this week, one at the 1 home of Herman Ranstatler on Alder l... 11. 1(1 1 . If- 1 "I"l I r 1 11 1. 1 l H.'I'C. I 'Uli X 7 itllU UUU tl' 11. 11 uu By The Chieftain. . Stuhl)lp,pll, 0(!t. Jack's Comedy Co. entertained the people of Enterprise Wednesday even ing with songs, danfes and various other things that go toward nuking up the average show for this country. II. T. Booth, of Baker City, General agent for the Pacific Mutual Life In- j sura nee Co., was in the city lust week jiii tlie interest of his comnanv. He was accompanied by C. T. MoDaniel of Wallowa'. G. J. Wagner resig.icd as council man lat Fiiday and was appointed city marshall at a salary of 10 per month. J. F. Johnston wa...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

)Ulltj Official Paper,--. City Oilicial lVqiei'.-- . Unique unenngof Quality and Quantity 77 REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. fOLXIX NO. 0. 4 The Ladles Aid Society of the M. E. Church will have exclusive charge of the IS. M.&M.Co.'s store THURSDAY; OCTOBER 20 On this day the E33 will in rlirirce nf ill1 TVidios. Tiip ;-'oriotv I will receive a liberal percentage of all CASH SALKS. I Such a happy combination should cause a j liberal loosing of purse strings, i The markets of the East and West have Contributed to the largest and best stock that j ever loaded the -.helves ,pf the store. Choice I purchasings of Staple atrJ Seasonable lines of Fall Goods await your inspection. j DRY GOODS AND SHOE LINES I .... are particularly lull. The goods unci prices will j appeal strongly to your buying judgment. Suits : and blankets in complete selections, suggest com fort for ap-proacliiug weather. We want the Ladies to sell at least a dozen heating stoves on this day. Air tights i...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. ruhlWlied Kvrrr Wrrk, ENTER F RISE OREGON. A good, sound panl;lng might make the Kins of Spain a hotter kins. lugly at It. Work Is the winning horse In the (treat handicap of life; Idleness ij never In the money when the Hi fibers are posted. The milk of human kindness gets our If allowed to stand too Ions. No man ever fell Into the snares of a temptress If he didn't want to b snared. An exchange advertises a "foreed Bale of pianos." Are the neighbors; forcing It? The seriousness of a political bolt rannot always be determined by the noise It makes. King Alfonso Is said to be thinking of having a punching bag fixed up at cue side of the throne. Charity begins at home, ami in the vast majority of cases It never ven tures out of the house. It is always safe to whoop for the llonroo doctrine. Few people know what it Is, and those who do are in fa vor of it. The only financial crisis the Sultan of Turkey fears Is a dun, accompanied by a stiff ultimatum and backed by a...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

BRIEF VIEW IN THE BEAUV .yHE recent disastrous firt lj that U now a familiar lo Oil had previously Spindle Top hill, struck gusuin;. the air. Almost iinmediately leased at a rapidly increasing s the i ii IT oy wells struck oil. well on April 8. aud on April Beaumont, but In all parts of It was several days befo cap rock that it wan safe fron deluded the hill with oil befor month twenty-five were added . scores of other wells began to All the wells were found this limited area, but withou factnring companies hare sunn and to tidewater at Port Arthr turers useu w n rurnaces. and tresm THWP allu llwiliulive8 to , , ,:?ktr,U',illl'ai n,tlnSol ',tlle'(,mlM '" oted their attention .h-.T,. rS!".1-- The "PUt o, the wells is ,ore .... .. ...... . ..... . utu jiiiniiui; i-onsi uuu in E-urope. THE SPIRIT THAT WINS. While searching the archives for knowl edge. While lifter the rarest of lore. While Keeking the richest of jewels In Wisdom's variant store, Remember this as you rummage For n mot o...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

PaDcr . i:-.,-,v N THE CIPvCCIT COUUT OF Till- nMBEIi LAND, ACT JCNE ;S. 1878 TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 1878 STITKOF OUEOON KOK i NOTICE l-'OI PUBLICATION, j NOTICE for publication. United Htalr s Und OHire, Land! Land!! Land!!! notice for public atiov Land 0liie.B at LaGran.b. Ore'.,. i.A M.S. I l-o,it n.ii,i.un. , , ... ... ,., ,,M I . ::n()i ( irpt'i.n. Sent, lo. V- ! . . ' . Moliee M hereby awn ... I .ii.iiaie, wit-'jn, .-t-i i. i., - . . ,iil(.pn on me ii'ii; net miic .ii...i . . ... , ."""'Biol,,. In the matter of the tinai, Or. ,; r Nlllil.if , ,,v ..,. ,ha! in ,.nm. Noti-e is l.-rely -men that ; in ;-. I ,Klr(lliH in real wtate. Notice time: tT,rt i"" 01 report ..f tin- lira,-.. Jury trn, !'HJ2 : t!,.. provisions ..f the act of J.Uh.hv with l.e -wihmm of t h f . acres ofline bottom land with prf gumiTo hi- ?! ",alw finil1 T.. the Ho, r,.bo:, E.,:.::,. Judge r ,1;,, :.,,;. e,:,i,M "An .----of jmo . ;S - jmJllllllni,llllW((fnlllllinK water with , ,1 'tlV ..:.,.. aLovomtitle.! Cmt:...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

usr F ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. R. L. DAY, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Bank Buildin OUR CORRESPONDENTS INTERESTING ITEMS ! A Choice Line of Meats ohays on hand, J I B!:':F, FORK, Mviiu.v, unci SAUSAGE , CUBED. FEATS A SPECIALTY I t " ' - Oregon. From Various Sections pf Wallowa County. JOSEPH. Livery & Feed Stable jfi3?NoKT!! oi- Bank Bi-n.cixoJ BEN BC3WELL, . . Prcpriutcr FIRST CLASS TEAMS AM) RIGS. j Tlx e B?.st Hay an d Grn in. t OPEH T) A. IT jISTD NIGHT I I FARK AMD WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGCN The school where thorough work is done; wliere the reason is (Too la e for last wck.) The Wallowa County Teachers' Ass.cbuion will meet at Wallowa Saturday, Nov. 1, 11(02 when the I following program v. ill be carried lout: Owning Song by Association. Primary member work Miss Ibsa Martin. ? Trimarv Reading Miss Gift. Geography M. K. Manning. Arithmetic 0. M. Gardner. Psychology Prof. Powers. How to create interest in Study Miss Belle Fore y; he. Spelling H. Windsor. Habit G...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

iT4TTiri?4irTt??rrift !lng for me at tne canyon. Good bye, S I my, own darling good-bye. In two J I I Ji I. months you shall see me." : . M. . J' He tore himself from her as he A V I I 11 11 B HI Vi 'AU LI 5 roke. and. flinging himself upon his IX . I IV Mil ,M,Wn h .-4 ;i.or8e. Pnl!oped furiously away, nevev I 1 1 w ill w Nf IkaU .0, 1 even looking round, as mnugn airain j. i that Ills resolution might fail him If BY A. CONAN DOYLE. E if FAUX 11 t'hapier 11 Continued. In the meantime. Ferric;-, having re eovi'Kii Horn 1)16 privui.oas, d.stiu Kuisiicd liini.-olt' as a usciul guide and aa indefatigable hunter. So rapidly did he gain the esteem of his new companions, that when they reached the end of their wanderings, j It was unamimously agreed that he i should le Diovided with as large and! grin upon the bridle to rolax. Choned by the rising cloud of dust and by the steam from the strusglin,; eieatares. she might have abandoned her efforts in despair but for a kindly voice at her el...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

Mis Desire. He was teaching her how to iwim. To tench a girl how to ew im it is not 8i,ihitelv necessary that one shouUl h'll on to her all the time, hut it is netter so, if she happens to be pretty anl otherwise attractive. "! you think I will learn quickly?" die asked. "1 hope not," he replied. It Puzzled Him. We give the savage a ruiny-dav skirt for hi" wi'e. Tell me," he ventures, timidly, "does this indicate that we are gradii ally l eing brought up to your standard oi drs cr tllht you are gradually com ing down to ours?" As It Seemed. 'What's his business?" 'Everybody's." Unwilling to Take Chances. 'o yon have at last settled on a name f'H The baby." ' Yesm. First, we named him Hob son then changed it to do Dewey, an' afterward to Funston Schley Johnson. Hut now we've named him jes' plain Jim. W nevah find you've made a mistnke whon you calls 'emjes' nothin' but Jim." Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of m Facsimile Wrapper Below. I YtST email and 0Uf to...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 30 October 1902

r LOCAL HAPPENINGS PRO.MIS1NQ COPPER MINE. and about town.! a j Up Here And There Uv The Chieftain. liros. were in fr.un their . .-, :np Wednesday. '; . Mcli.inie! ami J.v:y Maxwill t-..:n Wu'.low.i Tli-sdny. .v Mitchell who in fror. i Mountain ?...Vini!i Tllesd l . : : !,it)p!u rry. tii t'iricc as ii. . -..-.;i;l.iy fttr.i bud of supplies j 1 stock of Mens and I o .11. now at tlic I'.. M. V M. C' . I n.iaha District on Snake River belns Developed. A lll': eil.lllt I' :it v Tuesdnv on ; M Shnni'Mi; ..1. . wa-i in Uif :.- trip. li.uic ;uiu' mams arriveo . -otin Monday and bi,MU vor :: hole'.. .p.- .s tho tin".1 t- buy Mae.kiie p-. .V ir.i .1 Hue at the l. M. '. store. . !'. Churehil! a prosperous iariuor was in tin: eity Weilii-whr. . 'i.-iiiflis tiip. m- L.idies Aid will y!vo a Uav!:.. i '. -divine: ami Cliri-i in.is. l..i in! ..ici nu::ce. '.O K) to loan at 7 pot' cent intt'i i! ival itnti- . purity. C. T. Mrinxnx I ! tt tl. p, at. til lie l-I.i I" i i i r i ii .it ij I i:-i t p !'...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

Conntj Official Paper. Ciij Official raper.- TKElEPRESEKTAnVE XEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COU.T tOL. XIX NO. 10. ENTERPRISE. OREGON. NOVEMBER 6, 1902. WHOLE NO- flMi ---- - -p vu nt lk a . 4 i .. . M OUfBIG MONTH November is going to, be our baii ner month of the year in volume of business and low prices. - w aa v t a i iirnocr Lands are held up. Are now ou sale as also are Jackets and Capes for Nurses and Children We can please you in the very latest style and colors. Don't fail to see and examine thein. "? ' T ' We are now handling more Merchandise then ever be fore in the history of our store. We shall . endeavor to make prices ns lew ns is consistent with good values and ve added to our list of clerks so that we will he ready to ve you more promptly than ever. TruFting we shall re wive your patronage we are respectfully yours M Tlie Wallowa County Teachers A: -sociation met at the -ol,! wi.i;... at 1 p. m. The session opened with a son America." The first subject discu. d was Primary H...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

r WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. I'llhlUlu-il Kverjr Wrrh. ENTERFRISE OREGON. Child labor Is an undesirable "Infant Industry." It takes two people to make a quarrel and three to make a divorce. The statesman may (ret the glory, but the politician gets the money. After a careful survey It has been decided that the Alaskan boundary Is where It was. They say the King of Spain laughs at his people. How cau he help it since they put up with him? Life may be worth living and It may not it ail depends on whether it's your life or the other fellow's. Japan's progress Is the real thing. The Mikado's government Is about to make an influenza census. Scotland will not go Into mourning over the death of the man who wrote "The House of the Green Shutters." A man talks knowingly of the Incon stancy of women and then proceeas to get mad If one of them proves that be Is right The Fairs paid $12,000 for their au tomobile and It cost them their lives and about ten millions besides. Too expensive. Automobile recor...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

iiniTTNAWT DfiDrDT r r.-. - i i mm r ui. m wmv a t tv . - - - w a it a I iiiii v i ftivv - - 1 i - r and when you wish an annulment o( U . fl7HffH&W5 : : ' our marriage I will not oppose It r- -Ol H wits J i i i 'J?;?!i ms; h;1. wwiu ' iV m m w mmmimm p x Muff iiN'fnj vvp r,i I ill if 5 i ' ' I 3 KKW ' ' ' MS,' 'i'WJ the door, and between hysterica. ? Xl-krXAW AMD HER BABY USSWK t fi. "A VT XI V -r IEUT. BO B BUT E. FF,.RY'S lat JN est dash to the pole ended nt 84 ' degrees 17 minutes north latitude 343 miles from the pole. At this point be was compelled to turn back, not be cause of physical exhaustion or luck of supplies, but beeuuse the ice cup wan impassable for men on foot, in sledges, or in IxnitH. While Lieut. Penry did not equnl the Duke d'Abruzzl's record of 811.33, and X-maeti's mark of 8(1.14, he set u new Anierleuu record. Heretofore the bish est American record was that of Lock wood, of the Greoly expedition, who reached 83.24 degrees north latitude, in 1882. At 87....

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

SFnllcira (Hurftaui. County Official Paper r-ii in l'""' lrc. a. Se-'oud iliuo at Kntorjirix .luss matter. sr r.siTJrnox katk; Si.-:.-!.- ieiv. per year ?1.M StiiS e i ny . six iii-villi t': teins'.r vpy. three :nent!t $.' Whoii jou change your sx'.dre". nolily f.v. thee, KiviiK your pre'citl a:i.l future -i-t.if:n c al lrt'-. f that the I'HlKKr.UN may rra-l. you promptly. ThN Mvr i kept on file by Allien Tozier's Advertisinjj An. y, IVriia: .1 i Orj;.i'i. where advert'sing may be re reived or it. ISUEO FVF.RY TIU'USDAY THUBf'PAY. NOVEMBER . 1!HJ. Roadj and Trade Not only do good, permanent highways save the farmer, miner n i:d producer from extra expense in transportation, but good roads make permanent markets and keep prices even the year round, saving the farmer from the clutches of the storage warehouse man. who is on the railroad track or at the boat landing, and to whom the farmer or producer must deliver when road? are passable, borro-,v a little money, pay high stoiage charg...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
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