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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

Coiinfj Official Paper, f'ity Official Paper. THE REPRESE.XTA TIYE EWSPAPER OF WALLOWA courv. OLXIX NO. 18- ENTERPRISE. OREGON- NOVEMBER 7 1902. WHOLE NO- )(- WORLD'S NEWS. bY 111 III III XiW r it Ask t! e State to fay. OUttBIG MONTH I FROM FAR AND NEAR November is going to be our ban ner month of the Tear in volume of business and low prices. Are now on sale.ai- also are Jackets and Capes for Misses and Children We can please you in the very latest style and colors. Don't fail to see and examine them. V wry A'.V.v- - J be- V- M nr.w handl ne more Merchandise umu e.. We shall endeavor to value a mi fore in tVift liis'nrv or our gtore, innl-o ca oo Vw na i-i fonsistent wi'.h good We addel to our list of clerk, to that we will be ready to serve yoj mora promptly tl.an ever. Trying we ri.all re ceive your patronage Wear respectfully yours M. CO, Clipped and Copied From Our Exchanges. Mrs. Eveline Triplelt, whoso body was Lund in shallow pool of waur near her house at Hugo, 10 miles nor...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

A &T A . 3 Tj tSt A A A AAAS V 2 : A STUDY IN SCARLET EY A. CONAN DOYLE. e CHAPTER VI Pur pr:s--ner C..i r.r: u:-?arT.:'.y -.uiuate any f rocity :r. t:s J:r-v-ios vv.-jra cur-selv- . i r or. r.u :r.? h.mstlf r ' er-lo-ys r. s:l-i ".n an aJ..t n.-ur.t-r. anu expr-ssed his so? s that r.t- c.d no: hurt at? of us :r the s.'i:;. "I g".i- ; you're soir. to t.i'xe tr.e to tr.e !" 'lice stit:os.' t? remarked tc Shor.cvi K ?lme. Mr cat s at ti-'- o;-t. If y.'u'.: loose n;y iv;s IT. V.'; If i Ci wn to it m not so is I us--i to Vc." Hsr rose aui stretchoi h though to assure himself iegs as lat they wert fr-e once more. " If tier s a va.:ut p!ae for a chief of the p ::.. I reckon you are tie tan for ::." he said, gazing with uni!.:su:f '. admiration at my fellow ledger. "The way you kept on my trail was a caution." "You had better come with me." said Holmes to the two detectives. 'I ca- crive you." said Lestrace. "Good! and G-iSon can come in side w::h m. You. too. doctor: you have t..ker. ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

UUVtKNUK Uses Pe-ru-na for Colds CAPITOL BUILDING, .M ail iM - A Letter From the Executive Office of Oregon. reruns is known from the Atlanta to the Pacific. Letters of congratula tion and commendation testifying to the merits ol Pe-ru-na as a catarrh remedy are pouring in from every Btate in the union. Dr. Hartman is recti v- tag hundreds of such letters daily. All r hnwa write thnwt lot ti.ro highest to the lowest. ' uour PeTu na7 r The outdoor laborer, the indoor arti- J JifJ , the clerk, the ed tor. the states- client remedy. I hZ not hVd oc" nan, the preacher-all agree that Pe- eion to use it for other ailments m-na is tne catarrh remedy of the age. Yours very trnlv, W m Lo,d The stage and rostrum, recognizing ca- It will be noticed that the "governor tarrh as their greatest enemy, are es- says he has not had occasion to 0Se Pe pec.ally enthusiastic in their praise and : ru-na for other ailments. The reason testimony. .for this is, most other aliments begin Any man who wishes p...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

t i ' t 1 1 V . l! 1? I: tffallnra (flurRain. County Official Paper . L:.U.-r.": e a: F.r.:e-j'T n.ata-r. KATI-s. f :nsle . 'V.' i-r '-" t.i:.-.f -; y. -.i :.: ::::: V.":. r. ; i.: y,. -.r a-l-.trt-' $.7" 5."- . r,- i a i-v-. . :.;a: i'n:irr .: r .." n a 1. y - ia.i.::v. Tr.is f.iivr ept or. f.'.e by A" . Taii-r's A.:vert:s:t ; Ajt-n 'y. Ir:..ir cv:vd ijr u I??"F.r- FVFKY THri.PAY TEl"i:I'JY N.'VEVi Li; iT. i- s-'l'i -: s crc?- a 1. 1 the :a. Wathinton states r-..p the j:e.-.--.-i UeUiulii. p-altry $-". tasri vers of a farajers of Ore and neihborirj herioilts of un i: V'i.at vrotili a i . r ' w- r- v. ;e . j:; N-.Tr lcrs c:tr h p t: e , , e, -r.. w:::. res;:.:s -r.::rely - s.:ls:,c:-y. M3v,r Lew v,;l iv. !k,,. .'!;; ;c c;.vie ar. j tiii n) tr.cble ir, i;;:tir.; ov.. in i ex:: 1? seo-cn :-. T:-' r3c:..t:rs were C'V-eratv 1 ra'-i : y sr.:! the vote? w-;re c."iu:-s;-.i t:.e z::-zz-.--z polls cl T:i - c -: i ; . n st.'.. ..r: r toe LL.:?.iir' i - : . . . -..'. uj' : .0 -.v.-o a i. .r.-z...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. R. L. DAY, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building i '&' Shfi's a Qreat State. J Choice Line of Meats always on hand, ;EEF, rORK, Murium, jind S.1VS.1GE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY xterpnse, - IV populated. F.nfflinil f.. i..,fi f comparison has 50,$rt7 aqnare miles of territory, hi:e Oregon, has an are of M.03.) square mile. England has a population o: 2T,ii00,030 in excess of that of Oregon. mere are nuivie-oi-r riiiN in tlm Oregon Livery & Feed Stable 3 t" f2SNoRTn of Bask BuldixgJ BENjBOSWELL, Proprietor. are numcrou: cities in 1 1 1 itd States .-eh of which has a pop- 1 ; n'ation greater than this entire state. 2 i T1e people residing in fan Francisco sfdLRriJ Oakland exce?l in number all the residents of Oregon. Thr?a mountain ranges intersect .the ftati on a northerly course, and several transverse range further sul- aivi le it. A very large ponbn t f these mountains hear niiner..l deposits of value, chie.1v gold. The mineral area a!,...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. Publithral Every Unk. ENTERPRISE OREGON. Tooths In their Erst yea- at college re not the only fresh men. But almost any political doctor will admit that the trust evil is evil. Arctic explorers do not succeed tn Ending much except pne another"s remains. Wlith the possible exception of the re pairs in a new house there's an end to all things. Mr. Baer has not us yet expressed any fear of what may hapien to a man who dies rich. Nine men out of ten would rather find $.0 worth of gold In an old pot tlmn to have written "Paradise Lost." A woman never can understand why a man buys a new Ierby hat that, as far as she can see, is Just like his old one. If King Leopold hears what Marse Watterson said of the "four hundred" lie will take the next snip for New York. The woman who worries over leav ing her children to the care of a nurse does not get very far into society nowadays. Peary was about 400 miles from the pole when he was forced to turn back. Four hundred miles is a...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

THE BIG-FISTED MAN. Oh. here's to the man with a hand like a ham. And a fiit just aa big as hia heart; To the big, manly chap, be he banker or d nidge, Owning railroads or driving a cart; To the msii who looks steadily straight in your eyea And rives van c-rln Ilka Such men as decided long since, once for all. That they'd rather be men than be mice. He may have a skull like the crust of the earth, And a jnw like the Terrible Turk; His banda may have spread on the helve of a pick. Or at some other menial work; But his heart you'll find good as a nugget of gold. And 'twill always be faithful to yon Then here's to the man with a hunil like a bam And a aol that is loyal and true. . dEe niay not be versed In the dining room's ways. He may never have donned a dress suit, Eut he will stand fast while you're true to your trnst; Tonr honor he'll never dispute. For he's just the Wend that will fight to the end. Till there's no further use to resist Cod bless him, this man with the hand like a...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 November 1902

I t ! i LOCAL HAPPENINGS (anon lhcfl fpra'rr. i and about town. ;;;cLcJ Up Here And There I'.v The Chieftain. ;lt V;.l,oW.i V t V -. . u-.-si. tr;p. Wc.rrvok vus In . v err a business trip r.:v.:i:. Elgin, of S..'.. ' tin home o." V. lUtcli started M. r. to hi- home ii k! u Mei. at;. I oy - tvw i; the E M. A M. C;. ::u. iu in. 1.,.: between Enterprise and ?an-p j Obituary. Creek, on.' sin..'.', package containiv.i i;,u,l. youngest child of Mr. and a p.vketw ok ai u s.T.g " Just bre.-.k j -. Jonathan H.is. was Kirn in the news to Mother." and other art;- w.iowa Wiry. Oregon, July PV t-i. . Finder please leave at Chieftain -.$ and died of s v.riet iVvtr the 2-ith dice. ' day of N.nen.ivr. HM2. aged 13 year. '" E. J. Forsythe or. Wednesday pur- 4 months and 11 days. chaed the old woruout c.-.dt toe of, She had leen a .it '.'..'ate child fr.vi: o U. W. Bloom. Bloom claims that . birth and e.-nse.-iieitly rt-MiirtsI miicl: ; F.irsvihe g.U the lest of ti-.c bargain 'uning care fr lf voted...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 4 December 1902

ConntJ Official Paper.-! City Official Riper.- I ; t f S 5 THE REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUMV. rouxix no. 14 ENTERPRISE. OREGON- I)H 'EMBER 4 ic02. WHOLE NO- 7 rara b h vhr har. -i-n w rt i hi h This is to be the banner vcar in th.'. fc;t r -o- r, . , . .. - - ui uk' storp. H'n ' Virtu ivic never so extensive before. prm f 4u .1 .... . . " L qualities of our mm, . 1- orrcn: prices, we are nowr nt -vrr . . . .. . t-wanttii itintdt nc ,.., u 1 , tt 1: day Trade surpass all previous selling itfnrf , 7, " ' " V .auu. ar "" 1 1 , . . B WU1 imin lurre aaniuonstointr stur,' mi . l n rfi'w ir t- -. i 1 . . 1 i r -- - - - eoui u'.itni.y Aiiiiia u 1111 if ltv o-s.t-rt l.. ' . v c mic. ii,verv nook-nnrl fum.irnf n, r..- :. piled with offering to careful ami ,1, I , v" K LW1" " Mvwuiiuauu uayurs. 1 He WOSCEt HulldlV S.Vi- son uuers in our . 4 TT T -TT'KST-l Th tip The Ten Years the present company has been sen W thr- nnMir- ln w ,,n ,.f , ' -u. iuwc m our ycany sales has placed us at...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 4 December 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. I'ubliohrd I'.vrrr Wk, ENTERPRISE . OREGON . j Perhaps the salt trust was salted. Llf procrastination Is the thief of time, hat does he do with the stolen goods? klf our returning Arctic explorers will tndly cut out the lecture sequel all will te forgiven. shore line of hi parish, the lovely environment of a typical pastorate, did not limit his ministry; and the bell which is to send forth Its message of bidding and benediction from Its home on Cujjoo Bay will have Its mission for dwellers In far distant parts of the country. ! "Would You for Five Million" is the tame of one of the new plays. Is It necessary to ask? 1 The Isthmus of Panama is the verml fortu appendix of North America. An operation for appendicitis might help matters. Those ministers who are using mov ing pictures, professional whistlers and other devices to attract congregations Should try the gospel occasionally. Word conies from South America that new volcano has been discovered In leru. It real...

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

FRIENDSHIP. Wat b th beat a friend can b To any aoul, to yon or mo? jiot only ahelter, comfort, rest Inmost refreshment unexpressed. Jiot only a beloved guide To thread life's labyrinth at onr aide, Or with love's torch lead on before. Though these be much, there yet la more. The best friend ia an atmosphere Warm with all inspirations dear, Wherein we brenthe the large, free brenth Of life that hath no taint of death. Our friend ia an unconscious part Of every true beat of our heart; A strength, a growth, whence we derire God's health, that keeps the world alive. Lucy Lareom. Love's Reward. FHILIP had known her ever bo long, ever since she came here, a little, rose-lipped child. He drew her to school on Lis little cart, he taught her to ride when older, and when her favor was no longer to be won by snowy kittens or sugared sweetmeats he had laid at her feet a man's strong love, a heart that was brave and loyal and true as steel And she she thought of the face she had seen for the fi...

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

i I !i - ! 5 t e ft 'tTnlton Oirftain. County Official Paper liu'.orai in the !V-;-.i:'a a: lit. ;: Ore. as soa r..t-oi.is matter. An I'ndcr PalJ Profession. ; Aritl.metie-1-5 from White't Art TIM I'ER LAN P. ACT Jl'SF 8, 1S7S Lfl J(J J Land!! Land!!! oi T.nu-liiii" ami Suite Curse oiStudv 1 MUk I. HK IT Id.k ATION. j an.i4-5from Weetworth. j Vnitod Sta.tf Ua O.B.?. Tl,- IWWh Real Estate Accncv . . .i . i has n need on t lie market some choice i ntie In l,ooi. i'i- i hereby l'ivpii 'hut in coin- . '. . . . 1 .'OU e is neretiy Administrators Notice. srr.s T.irrk'N hates. Sir.c'.e c..y. r year . $',."- .!:. e ra;v, -:x nt-ii-ths Sii:..ve capy. t:.-ee lu-ai.ti,- AVn. li y.".; :..,:. y,.;:- nir-.s. r..:i: r-iii :; . .-vi:-.; your !". v. .un. i-.vy r. a- ... i i-, ... -.. ::a: i ii::-:. T ".:. in.iv r-. !. ''.. era'aiaiy. . , J In. ramie. Onamn, MTt. lit. 1M2 ' , 1 1 " r" " ' ' J - , Lrammar-l-.i !r.,n M h:ti-s Art .. N:i,., is ,,,r,.(lv ivell !Mt in 00Ill i l'l''J " the markcl some choi...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 4 December 1902

or. 1 Tgfewvi - i KXTERP1WSK .MEAT .IIARKET? C. C, BOSWELL, proprietor ' Lated in Wallowa National Bank Buil- OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS ijufrjinjr. 1 A Choice Line of Meats ahaVs on hand, J BEL, JUUK, Murium, und SJUIGE i CORED fEATS A SPECIALTY ' j Enterprise Oregon. r Livery & Feed Stable JSTXoktii of Bank RrinJixG.;J BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor. cz.i rxis axd jugs. The Best Hay and Grain. O IP HI! IT T) A.1T -A. IN" ID NIGHT croin Various Sections Wallowa County. TRL'ITA. Of PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is fenys given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping Li taught exactly as books are kept ia business ; where shorthand is aade 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 Hi. L. .J. CilVEISSrOXE, Watch-maker...

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

i?i.7 ? AA A ? ? sTs ? ? A A A A 2 5 : A STUDY SCARLET BY A. CONAN DOYLE-. PAKT II Chapter VI Continued. ! "He pazed at me with bleared, drunken eyes for a moment, and then I saw a horror spring up in them and convulse his whole features, which showed me that he knew use. 'I had always known that von-; geance would be sweet, but had never hoped for the contentment of soul which now possessed me. "You dog!' I said. '1 have hunted you iiom Salt Lake City to Si. Pet ersburg, and you have always escaped me. Xow at las: your wanderings have come to an end. for either you or I shall never see tomorrow's sun rise." "He shrank still further away as I spoke, and I could see on his face that he thought 1 was mad. So I was for the time. The pulses in my teni pies beat like sledgehammers, and I believe I would have had a fit of some sort if the blood had not gushed from my rose and relieved me. j "He staggered back with a livid face, and I saw the perspiration break out upon his brow, while 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. — 4 December 1902

SHADOW PICTURES OmEWALL POSTMASTER FOR 74 YEARS. Bemurkoble Record of Roa well Beard- ' There Is but one man In all the world who can boast of such a record as this. The oldest appointive officer In the ict oe nana LiMtni. n. v United States In polut of sen-lee. The oldest post master In point of service In the Uni ted States or In the world. The only man who has held an appointive office under twen ty different Presi dents. The only man who has con tinuously filled B. BEARDSLEY. one government office for Beventy-four years. The only man who held a gov ernment office before there was a rail road In the United States and Is hold ing that siime office now. That man la Roswell Beardsley and he resides at North Lansing, Tomp kins County, New York, being post master at tbat place, an office he has held creditably for seventy-four years and which be will fill until his dying day, as he has no idea of reslgnlug and as there Is no man or woman In all North Lansing who would seek to displace...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 4 December 1902

I i ft LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN. Picked Up Hero And There By The Chieftain. The uenibers of the Christian 0 ,er plants we call weeds are eaten church are earnestly requested to I e . by some p?ople, present at the church Saturday, Dec. 6, at 2 p. ni., to decide as to having a ministe r. K L Day s.M a hop to the F.. M. A M. Co. l.i t week that weighed 34 j pounds an I eonseipiuit'y brought , him quite a near -urn. Th? ho: wis ; bought on: of tli.' Vest lire, stock : whan quite young. The peach deriv.nl its name from Persia, where it w.is lirst cultivated. The apricot is named from Armenia: the clierry from Cerrasus, a city in Western Asii. where tli" Honiara to ind i; in on- of llu'ir eaoipiigiis. It i not known who introduced the potato into Europ- from America, nor i io.nwn that any tribe o! Indians .'i;i.- mi. ice m. .it at the E. M. -i '. Co. store. l -ter P.. nk n tumid Monday fie in :.-;n to Hum. .ius.ige meat and spare rib? at ti.e 'J. M .v. M. Co. s; .re. I; y..u .v...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

kunty Official Paper.. ruc ctx City Official Tapcr.- EKEPRESESTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. ,0L. XIX NO. if- ENTERPRISE. OREGON- DECEMBER il W02. WHOLE NO. 96S A T IP Rights o2 a Homes leader. iljllffitttl 4Sk . This is to bp tho 1 - v.ttl 1U uc ulstory ot tne store. Fall Trade was nrrert nrices. Vvearpiipvprcnticfiii tit .. . ... ; 1 . " ; " e want 10 make this month and our Holi, lay 1 radc surpass all previous selling efforts. Our recent large additions to our store room already finds us crowded for space. Every nook and corner of the Big store is ?iled with offerings to careful and discriminating burera. Th nrf tti: w ers in our J TENTH AMlflVERSARY SALE The Ten Years the present company has been serving the nnhlir h Wn mf. rf :ontinued progress. The constant increase of our vearlv sales has nlnrprl n at th :ip notch of up-to-date merchandising. Never was our stock so extensive or our ales so large. Realising that the bountiful prosperity existing in Wallowa county :rjues ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. I'ublUhetl Fvery Mttk. ENTERPRISE OREGON. Every man hns a right to work, but the other fehow t.o often forgets It. Secretary Shaw r. ii.ixu a little over FJOAxun' tiii- other day. llow much o: It did yu get ' The world l:.:s little use for a man Who does l;.s ii-.-s: oul.V whtU etlgagid In doing others. A lady of -i j;.:s a::ed ?7"."Vi for iamal attentions. What would she tare de;ii.i:.o. V: ;.t J": When t':e g.ri says tiioy are engaged and the ?o';:ig r...:: s -.ys they are not It takes a j:.r t" ..le. Fools may rush in wh-ro ans"!s fear ! to triad, but the tin atri'-ai angel some- times haeiis tiie. iuois ho ate inclined j to rush i:.. I President It evlt iias ordered de partment chi-. is to make the govern ment reports shorter. He must want to have some of them read. The latest is a storage battery mist Let us hope it may succeed before the end of another century in rinding a torage buttery that will store. A Chicago woman Is seeking a di Torce from her husnund...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

rT7i Jfes . . r (Copyright, 1902.) CHAPTER I. THE OREGON "DESERT." From the north boundary line to -tie south boundary line of the state, there lies in Eastern Oregon a strip .of territory about 400 miles long and .ibout 200 miles wide, which was .once known as the Great Oregon Des ert, and through which ran the old Oregon trail. This desert, unlike most deserts, tontains many oases. There are run ning streams of pure water, and nu merous springs boil from the sided of the mountains and rise even from des ert sands; and wherever this water touched the fertile soil, beautiful mead ows of native grass greeted the eye .of the occasional adventurer. But these seemed few and far be tween In early days; and for lack of knowledge of their location .many a weary traveler lost his way between them, and his bleached bones for many years afterward marked the last place where he laid himself down to rest. Even In these days when much of the ground, accessible to water, is occupied by the pionee...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

County Official Pap Eiuer.i.i in tlio l'oi-:ik-.' at. ll.itrrpi i Ore., a Ser.i.i.l-i-l.is-s manor. srjwi'uirnox uatks. Sintif copy, jvr year Sin'.e coiy. -i.-: months t-injrle copy, three months When you chanirc- your ad.iross. notil Miis ottite, sivins your jire,':it ami niM' e-juMflnv ad-lre. o t!iat the fuitiTM m;'.y rer.cii jou promptly. Thi y ier is kept on tile by Albet Tozier's Advertising Aieti'-y , l'ortlain Or son, where advertising may be re ceived for it. ISSUED EVEUY TII'T.SPAY THURSDAY. HEt'EMBElt 11. 1H02 President ilooseveii's n;i..--s.r.ii.' le congress is a masterpieje from a master hand. He recommends in no uncertain term? the pa -sage oi laws that will curb the trusts and stop the big frauds in government Lnd. 01 eiiurse there are doubters ami kno.-k ri at the Imiuha copper mines, but one sure tiiii!:.' the cop j per is ther.' in quantities suiiii'ieht j to piy working, and capital is going after it. The doubting j Thomas.'? will never any of it j eitner. Iney t...

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