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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

wmi?T?TTTC"E7 111? i rn . it T? T. TIAV Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. A Choice Line of Meats always on hand BEEF, P011K, - Muuujs, nnd SAUSAGE CURED MATS A SPECIALTY I Oregon. Tom Rich has leased the 320 acre ran.:h of Mark Thompson. Enterprise. - Oregon. j lThis " one f the.best if not the s V'Wtt'iuu.. miDest stock ranch ,m tK Tmnnha - - w w m m ."mk - - - - OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections Wallowa County. FRUITA. Of and contented. Teachers, pupils school board and the puhlic all seem to be in sympathy on the school question and all seem ta be doing their best. Livery & reea staBle rNoitTii ok Bank Bfii.rn.T,gJ BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor, FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. it is for sale. Anyone wishing io I'i'y such a ranch will find Mr. Thompson in Joseph. Mrs. Elmer Barton and her sis- i ter Miss Susie HasdJn, passed jdown through the Park recently on ; their way home from a visit to the Hibbs & Barton stock ranc...

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

i!tr T T .? A A A ! A Tg T T : A STUDY IN SCARLET BY A. CONAN DOYLE. a v1 1 i II i iri v'n j t i ? FMIT II Chapter IV Com i nurd One !lne morning John Ferrier was libout to set out tor his wheat fields, . when ho heard the clu k of the latch, i and, looking through the window, saw' u stout, sandy-haired, middle-aged man coining up the pathway. ! His heart leaped to his mouth, for: tliis was none other than the groat lti'lgliaui Young himself. Full of trep idation t'o;' ho know that such a vis- tn .ho ,( tn nroot ho Mnrmnii chief. This latter, however, received llii .4:lliir:finn i-iditlv nml fnlliiwod i,i, ., ',.,, ,,,','i,,,., ,1,., itti..o' " iu l oinu i.iv.v iiiku wo; ammo ,.,,, i "ll.othor Ferrier." he said, taking a ' seat, and eyeing the farmer keenly from under his light-colored evelash- es, "the true believers have been good , friends to you. We picked you up we shnro'.l our food with vm, led vo.i safe to the chosen valley, gave you a goodly share of land, and allowed you to...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

HOX. GEORGE H. WHITE. PE-RU-NA NECESSARY TO THE HOME A Letter From Congressman W hite, of North Carolina. PE-RU-NA IS A HOUSE HOLD SAFEGUARD. No Family Should Be Without It. Peruna 16 a groat family medicine. The women praise it as we,l as the men; it is just the thing for the many littln catarrhal ailments of childhood. The following testimonials from thankful men and women tell in direct, lincere language what their success has been in the use of Peruna in their families: Iuis J. Rcherrinsky, 103 Locust itruft, Atlantic, Iowa, writes: "I will tell you briefly what Peruna has donn (or me. I took a severe cold which gave me a hard cough. All t doctors' medicines failed to cure it. I took one bottle of Peruna and was well. "Then my two children had bad coughs accompanied by gagging. My wife had stomach trouble for years. She took Peruna and now ehe is well. "i cannot express my thanks in words, but I recommend your remedy at every opportunity, for I can con scientiously say. that the...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 6 November 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS IX AND ABOUT TOWN. Picked Up Here And There By The Chieftain. .. C. E. Lewis is working in the Lnter prise Moat Market ut present. Fran:; Melottc wag out from Iuiuaha Wednes la on u Uimuj trio. Mrs. W. E. A. Watson is 'staying at Mrs. J. 1". Balers for a few days. ; J. 1". 1). l.aeert, the .awniill man of Losti ic was iu the city Wednesday. . A goil stock of Muis and leys clothing now at the E. M. .t M. Co. 6 tore. , C. E. Slack is luildin on his property in the south part of town. II. A. Church, of the Lotino Hard ware Co. waj iu the city on Friday of last wee. . Ed. Avery is luiMing a new Louse in the north part of town agisted by l.ee Devore. . Now is tlu tiiuj to buy Mackin toshes. A goo 1 line at the E. M. & M. Co. store. Married, in Joseph, Njv. 2nd, Mr. Frank Marr and Miss Iva l.egore, Loth of that city. . W. S. Burleigh and Warren For syihe were out in the woods this week on a camping trip. Mi Cora Vaughn came out from Imnaha Tuesday and is visiting frie...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

! 'J ly Official Paper. City OlBclal Paper.- THE REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUstK f i j XIX NO. H ENTERPRISE, OREGON- NOVEMBER W . m mm M ----------iMBMMMMMMHBMMMMHMMBMM FATTENED ON STUBBLE OUR BIG MONTH November is going to be our bau ner month of the year in volume of business and low prices. ' Are now on sale as also are Jackets and Capes for Misses and Children We can please you in the very latest st)le and colors. Don't fail to see and examine them. Wo i.mnin more Merchandise than ey be- "in the history of our .tore. We shall endeavor to diiritMM'lw as is consistent with good values ami 've added to our list of de. kn so that we will be ready to youofa promptly ..n ew. 1 rUHUn 've your patrrtnrtg'e we' ate fespectf ully yours M & M ee. Fiue lot of Steers Received Portland. it yearly occurrence to send to market i two or more carloads of at cattle, and even to sell more grain tl an they did before they fed the ttock. From their i One hundred fine steers came dowi f...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

: : A STUDY IN SCARLET BY A. CONAN DOYLE. : rAT.T II Chapter IV Continued. Ferrier crept into the hall and lis tened intently. There was a p;ui:;e for a few moments, and then the low. insidious sound was repeated. Some one was evidently tapping very gently upon one of the pannels of the tioor. Was it some miilnigiit assassin who had come to carry out the murderous order of the secret tribunal? Or was it some agent who was marking up that the last day of gra.'e had arrived? John Ferrier felt that instant death would bo better than the suspense which shook u.s nerves and chilled his heart. Springing forward, he drew the bolt and threw the door open. Outside all was calm and quiet. The night was tine, and the stars were twinkling brightly overhead. The little front garden lay before the farmer's eyes, bounded by the fence and gate, but neither there nor on the road was any human being to be seen. With a sigh of relief Ferrier looked to the right and to left, uutll happen ing to glance ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

$ How Williams Came 1 To Go Back East Williams of Rhode Island was down on bis luck. He had been Ave years In the gold State, and had confidently looked forward to each succeeding yeur's enabling blm to go back home and make things comfortable for the woman and little ones. But each suc ceeding year had found him precisely where the previous oue had left him a sanguine prospector, with a wealth of hope and a pitifully small outfit But this last find bad been different He had taken out sixty dollars a day for a week, and with this substantial evidence of coming prosperity had written a letter which filled the far away home with sudden Joy. Then the vein had disappeared, and he had picked and shoveled and hauled away dirt until his money was exhausted. But the gold was there, he was sure of it; and his confidence had Induced the trader at Three Forks to advance him funds. However, there had been a shaft to sink, a solid rock to cut through; and it had all been expensive. When It was a...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

Walton Ouftoin. County Official Paper linter! in the I'oit-otnee t Enterprise Ore..as Sf-ond-cUs4 matter. srr.sor.imox katks. rimg'-r copy. kt year $1."'' Sm.c copy. six month J. Kuize copy, three months ' When you change your aritireM. notity tfn olhrc. pivins your present and fut'ire wti-fiiff address, that the Chieftain may resell yon promptly. this place. It has been ascertained beyond a question of doulit that the cause can be traced between Asotin and Flora. The carrier from Flora leaves his station at 7 o'clock a. nx., schedule time. We understand that the mail from Paradise occasionally makes con nection with the Flora station, hence the delay at Grouse post office. For ' instance, the Flora carrier leaving his station at 7 o'clock p. m.; and the carrier from Paradise not arriving at Flora un- til 7:."0 ond S o'clock a. m ; easily explains why the mail the people at this place should receive Satur days at 32 ;.'( i o'clock, is lyin in i solitary continement at Flora over ! r...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

4 ENTERP1USE MEAT MARKET? R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. A Choice, Line of Meats ohrays on. hand, BEEF, PORK, Muttujv, nn-i SAUS4GE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY wJi Oregon, I Livery & Feed Stable t OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections Wallowa Coty. LOSTINg. of EZNBaSWELW . Proprietor, FIRST- CLASS TEAMS AXD RIGS. The Rest Hay and Grain.. OPEN T) A. IT .AITTJ NIGHT t Mr3. Dr. Seeley has returned from her visit at Salem. J. Haun is having some needed repairs made on a house occupied by Dr. Seeley. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poster last Monday, a girl. On Wednesday some of our citi zens commenced the cleaning of the new school yari and hauled the refuse ston into the streets. On account of the weather and other hindrances it lias been decided lMt not to occupy the new school building until after the holidays. A few of the readers of Lostine iave started a library of the latest ooks. To become a member only uire the purchase of o...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. Publinhr.l r.vrrj Wk. ENTERPRISE . . . . OREGON. Happy are they who don't 'want the things they can't get. world-weary condition which ooce per vaded the society of Prance when whole dinner parties would rise from the table to go and drown theinselves In company? No, Cordelia, we can't all be bero Worshlpeni; some of us must be heroes. Many a woman who makes a man a mighty poor wife makes him a rich bus band. Do a man a favor and he will con sider you under everlasting obligation to him. Many a man who couldn't train a dog decently imagines that he Is an Ideal Child trainer. After working steadily for twenty- five years for a certain company, a fore man took his first vacation. It Is doubt ful if he enjoyed It. Men are a good deal like animals. Turn an old street car horse Into a rich posture and he will roll a few times, kick up his heels and then search for his harness, bell and the long stretch. Harness any man to a Job for twenty-five years, and It becomes his...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

MEN WHO MINE THE SOTnlT liSiSu .Willi his ss M 1 w v . rri.y 1 MMg, 'orfrijj ica'chine used iaoft coal ovi '.fT has been Impressed upon the people ot MnntTT --"I lil MB IAIN jl .uhject of coal mining than ha. ever come to light Tn tibooSf SHJZ f'w,month ly more In the J-wr nd "hard." otherwise known a. bitum tol and artr.citi V ? " eT'jbody knows, U divided into the anthracite. ana nUlracite. Soft coal Is mined to the extent of nearly four time - - 'rf vw uiua An anneal to statlstlca trill )im k. v . the United State, produce, nearly 290,000.000 tonHtha? is th. !w ' WrM e,tln"lt " bit 840.000,000 ton,, product. Until year before last the United Stages ranked .ecoJo . TTr nat ,WB onthlrd the the lead, but that year our country forged V0 ftt WlthT?. producing country. with Great Britain in year these countrle. produced, pX S WW 8S r8''" n,.',M MOaOU() L" by now the Briton, are left hopelejy behind for we .Wnf?A T k BriUin 246-000-000 from which a short time ago John Bull wa. hhnleTf "...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 13 November 1902

5EHI-ANNUAL STATEMENT. OF the amount of Moneu and Warrants received for tt. ? i.. n...:.. w... fii or! ou lite i ountu t months ending on the oven aay of sepumutr, .j. To amt. reed, iu com A currency , April. ?413d.2o Anit.jtX'J iu Coun ty warrants 5vl2.S2 Total for April To unit. reed, in cain . anil currency for May ' J i:ne July August ' September 2"l!t5.S7 'To amt. reed, in coun ty warrants 122.01 Total received Oram! total reed. ?1 '-'" By aiiit. to County TrMi.cah April 4l35.2o , fy antt. pd. to County Tro.ii. in county wir- ran:.. April o322 i lul pa ul treasurer 725.10 ; By ;t. 1 County j TrtA. cash May Juno July AiiL'Ust September ?2ooo.8i By aim. pd. to County-Trna-i. in county vat r:mt Septein'oer $12:1.91 Tula', paiil treasurer 2'S0.7c Grand total id. tre.is. $115U.30 SEMI-AXXUAL SfATEMEXT Of the County Clerk of Wallowa County. State of Oregon, j (I rrcutt t l linn, liu IHiiz r vj u ihiim I""'" - ourt of said county, for what allowed, arrants drawn, and amount of war ran...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

,lj Official Paper.- City Official rapor. W REPSESEXTATIVE SUWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUSTV. xix m 12. OREGON- NOVEMBER J0n 1902. WHOLE NO- P , ill PI Twill IMIIM Mill ENTERPRISE. OUR BIG MONTH WORLD'S NEWS. 'ROM FAR AXDXEAR. November is going to be our ban ner month of the rear in volume of business and low prices. I Ml BHfia Ess J4 d issS 2 B-i CiiC' Are now on sale as also are Jackets and Capes for Mioses and Children We ran please you in the very latest style and colors. Don't fail to tee and examine them. We are now handling more Merchandise than ever be fore in the history of our store. We shall endeavor to make prices as lew as is co:.ritont with good vaiues ami bve added to our list of cleric so that wo will he ready to serve you rnoro promptly than ever. Trusting we s.ia.l re wive your patronage we arw respectfully yours fHf Clipped and Copied From Our Fxchanges. The party of iloers who wore in specting agricultural conditions i;, Canmlu have returned to their nativ. land. Belie...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

??? A iSt ! A ? A iSt A A A A A A : : A STUDY IN SCARLET BY A. CONAN DOYLE. 'J'i'VVVVVVVV Vfi V V Kf V I ALT II Chapter V roc::i:ud. Ia Lis eagerness he bad wasdered fir ! ii: r:iv;:u-s v.-'ai.'h were known to him. and :: a- no easy ir.attor to ruk cut the pa:t which he La.; :il.--n. The :t wL;-:i: he found hits- c:a: cue c is- tr.at i.e .iau ne'- : cn rar: i'.y. a ier'ore he a: 1. dvC'.e vihi w :.)-.-. was i. :..eu it was no ea; " to the right tra.-i. had no: ye: risen, and y ma f - to n Cioo: trie cl;ffs cn either side made the obscur ity mure profound. We.ched down with his burden, and w-..ry from his exertions, he stum d a'.rr.g k--?mg up his heart ly the rerle :i?n that every step brought him n---rer to Lucy, and that he tarr.-l w.: him enough to in sure taem foot for the remainder of their journey. He had now come to the mouth of the very den.e :n which ne had left r-V-;n Denize vh:h i lug" hi: au?-ra: In "1 . the darkness he could rnc :e outlir.ee of Lhe cliffs .us:, h- refle...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

In 1905 A. b. Mr. rptodte(to maid) Marie, yon peel 9ut tb capsules lor Mr. fpioJate'B dinner. I have received a marronigram that he will not be home nntil 10 o'clock, as his santos-dumonto bile has bad a breakdown. Judge. Close Competition. "We are living in a rapid ace," I 'y to my friend as we note the fall'an Donmvnients ol changing styles. "Yes," ajrreeg. "tt'e are making history rapidly," I further remark. "True," he mutters, "but not to rapidly as we are making historical oovelfi'T-Judge. A Olddy Insect. "Your mamma," said Tapa Moth to hie eldt'st son, "is the giddiest insect I know." "Why, papa?" "?he is continually attending cam phor balls." Detroit Free I'ress. Differences. A few cents a can is all the difference in price there ib between having a cheap can of fruits or vegetables and having the best there is, i. e., Mono pole. There's a much greater differ ence than that in the quality, in the purity and in the contentment that it brings. II you don't know where to get Mon...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

i !. 4 f V Tallcira Oirfiain. County Official Paper IVst-orS -e a: T.:v-r..i-c.j- ir.utier. JCD3E CRAINARD DEAD. crclina or runr.irs air automobile. ; T.i-ir crops in that section are not j us i:il!v. if ever, heavy enoudi to I Passcs Away in thj Asylum Lait Week. timpfklano. actjink 5. t LQndi Land!! Land!!! NOTICE FoK PC bl.lCATlOS. j . I'r.iied Suits 1-and Oifi -e, Tri.,;.,h r.ral Estate Acency giv? much trouble in brinrin-ji . Noti.f i tierf!y fhvn 'lt in ff11' ,,,1,,!, i rt.l Mtaif. N taeai to market. w matter in what " 1 C n tfc. roiU r.av b- V ''sl notice Hut E. . L..o.:a-d 5,tjltIllP , tim5ier ;tt.ls in the an abundance of .unni rig C.ru...i.l I... tv.U. r..aj i... 1. Umw dav-Finiav. St;.:- of Oviform. Oreu, Nevada...! water riuhts: fiO acre m t.i.'t.'. . i ::: t1 :u Administrators Noti t-i - t..-i..;v, Tn,il KjMt Afpnrvl LaOraiule, Orem, e.t. 16. l!-0. , llirktt Minie choice v,; u v. v.- :y,VT.,".K : sued PDoi,ed . . HUIll Willi mm , ,. , mm ng water with, 18 , ik-i ... o.i...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

nuiumiinfti i I f ! EXTEltKRISE MEAT MABREL K. L. DA, PROPRIETOR. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building A Clioicc Line of Meats 'aays on hand, BEEF. FORK, Mlhua, nnd SAVS1GE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Enterprise. - (1 !' mi OUR C0RRESP08DE3TS INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections Wallowa County. FRl'ITA. of r- ; 1 . : io.i l oi trr.it tf- Livery & Feed Stable I 'CEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor. Tom Rich and John Guvan re turned from Joseph recently whore i.iey each delivered a four-in-hand The eerenitv of their minds was very much disturbed by weather conditions as they went and as they came. Col. Hhnehvrightand wife are at 1-ome again after a four weeds' sojourn in Kansas visiting with Mr. Himet right's ag-d parent's whom he had not st-en for fifteen TaenV R?ur, Berth ITanbletori. ' Adolph Baeur, Gladys Smith, Lulu Ownboy, Geor Kichanh, Owen StubblerHd, Burnett Bell. Roll of Honor. Owen Stubbleliehl, Perth ILunble ton, Charlie Oakes, Leon a Pl. Ralph Stubbletield, Priseilla SaUb...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. ENTERPRISE OREGON. It ! a'.r-v-urd t. f.r. r:S easy to for; re as U it In sld.t::. Et?. satar. prohr.biy i : tr -do-d n.i.tit-y u.to the A Ft r.::v:-.;r.i.. ..:. ;.;.t:r.. a e: nine ::. L. 1 aok yard. Mr. Baer ci.y regard ti.. as a cse of ,;;r;U;i. A :s i. b: fvideLtiy Evident:;- Lord I-undtuUd . t:.:L' t- Tr-..j'.:. tbo..rd tie ;. Cdtiad;. t-i. O'Etejrary i:: a clumn artiolo cs -H. w to L:vc sre::ty Years." Tic tt 1 to ti- a':-.ut -.aett.:u; tl "e virilf.te lo eoii-ien la saying Tiat tie asaousovvt tiat Mr. I'eary C.l ot ;u::e reaci tie ;vie tas ooca-fciose-i io frrfit far; r:t. One cf Erifriaz: Tout.y's graaisi.ns l? tinr ieii u: a ciarre x,; murder. It was iuirdly o tave bcc expected tiat tiey would all rara out well. After a plane over Eacy of tae enr rect Esxaxies tie opit;on of tie read er is tiat tie author who yets t!s work next to advertisn. tuaner U la great lack. The French p.-'veruinent has decided to keep a watciuian on Mount Pelee to feel tie volcano...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

'"""the songs. Mi77777 I vender tn wnat distant place Street "Annie Rooney" mill it heard, rvr, "Daisy Bil" hat hid her face, Where "Doris" telle of hope deferred? y ttiil some teuder chord is stirred Henrietta," blithe and gay. IVbo never at a feast demurred? Where are the sous of yesterday? If, 1" some dusky, moonlit spare, "0 lYomise Me" la gently purred gr seine old tabby, whose embrace vt'n never asked a heart to gird? And. with barbaric accent slurred. In sonic strange country, far away, jj "Tommy Atkins' " cause is spurred? Where are the songs of yesterday? .And where lives In its ancient prneo. -Uves Old Sweet Song," by Time mi blurred? When- tbes "Ben Bolt" his thoughts re- trace To ',! on sorrow's whey and curd? Tws '" nly Me" still hep a word. Ilrt "Golden Hair" turned to gray. Poet "Nancy" mourn her vanished bird? Where are the song of yesterday? t ENVOY. - k rrinovs. whose loyalty has erred To these, who wore in turn the bay The sad, the joyfuL the absurd Where are the ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 November 1902

-I' i 1 1 LOC&L HkPPENIKGS At- r t: ' c. ure in elocution aid the viinciVs i-.-e a place to loeste tab'.ished. I think tho people of this ! of d art he wi.l e! his i..t it- T- a" ABOUT TOWN. - " ' f.-i :: :. Li ".l 6.;.vea in !.! I t j .'. . r. :vrt a to tt:e rc.-.ii.:r(S Picked r? IL.-re And There , , ..... .... b-nhe d-em so i cottcress C' :. show that the per-- n'--Br The Ckieftalr.. 'i:it.-ests . 1 jvIfcwUnt sr.d the.r irien : i it-m; corti.Lred in cith-: I. tail re wh-t wo want nd rot city are itvor.ung more iuv: t: . .. it.- ...-.. t..t .-' ..,. ::.. 7 Til l iv --t i . .: tr - i.otir. li'.ei. l.ltiilS-. .S ill...... m o. v convert the state ktvraliy it.:-' a "-al v I iw '-oudy raised . ne-I (.il o! if d.-:r:nu-nt s.:ore i i inf. rmatK-n. I V '.. .t of money asked prvve 4 " Live in Portland, tie metr.-voli. s i this. The balance will be secured 1 lit :.. .!.. m r.iwr. .-.r at . .-. :V:7 .aiVA. ; OUR BEST COMBINATION orr.tr! .ir.ee. e.i. h cf.::i:y s.m: i:t the state have a ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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