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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

inder- strator eased. gainst! resent n, tof on, or I W. ithiof iotice.1 1302.! .tor, e fiif tlmll afs. irov -'llOCi athe LUl e c( n Hi ;eri4 Ms ii. jiitj IGlI - SIX - '-"""""''"""""'"'"""""""-' S- - w w w W WW-WWm-m . .. . ; ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. C. C. BOSWELL, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Rank lizW-lh-. FOR IRRIGATION. J Cftoci" Line of Meats ah' a,fi fjn, hand 'BEEF, POT? A', Muhujv, nnd SAUSAGE CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY Congressman .Moody is Urj int Action. Wii.t.inet'in, De. I Uepresenta- vdy rvho reached Wgshinj'on Enterprise. Oregon Livery & Feed Stabls fri7"Xiii!Tii or Bank Rni.wvo jgrj 4 BEX BOSWELL, Propristar. I T TirST CLASS TEAMS A XI) BAG The Best Hay and Grain, i Traveling Men's Patronage Solicited. CPEK ID A.Y" A.1TID 1TIC-HT PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, 03EGCN The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping ii taught exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand is 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. — 11 December 1902

n : s S3 WOMAN'S RIGHT TO THE BALLOT. By I tilted State Senator George f. Hoar. A person tn be entitled to shnre in the government of a State or ennntry ouaht to love t lie State, ousht to desire its welfare mid ought to be able to jmljje of the characteristic of the persons presented for their suffrage and of the wisdom or folly of the measures which are proposed from time to time before the people. Can you think of any other qunliticntion than interest in the republic, love of the repub lic, capacity to choose Its servants and ca pacity to judge the measures upon which Its welfare is to depend? It used to be GEO. F. hoab. mi j of man who was a candidate for cfti.v that he had n ""stake" in the country. Is there any stake in the country like that of a mother's interest in her children? lo not the mothers, the wives, the sisters, love the republic as well as their husbands or sons or brothers? Is there any doubt about that? 1 believe that every step In human civilization has been ma...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

Buttoiriacs .Coat Ig ithere any hind-of coat that jarer-hasany button on It?" asked a irsioQ teacher of a class of newsboys. "Yes, sir-a coat .of paint," was the jusUntsueouB reply- , Origin of "New.'" "Newe" is a queer word the initials ,f tlie words north, east, west, south ariiich Bewared on the arliect journals irasign tlmt information was to be had here from the four iiarterg cf the world. The sign was HU K W S, and jjvensoiir word "news". No Reason for Quitting. One day Willie, nged five, was cry tog, anil his minima naid: "Willie, you are getting your face all .dirty from, crying." And Willie stopped long - enough to reply: "Well, it wnsn't ofoan when I started in'. And thi n he went on. Portland Dividend Company 2H anil '.115 Commercial IIMu. 242 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon. fX,t ill earn yiili.. H.iV tier month $.nvill earn you . .'..") vr tnnntii Jlw.wJll earn yon f uti .per month I'ayahle monthly. Call or write. L. A. Davis, Pres. UMBRELLAS I ! For Christmas Prese...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 11 December 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN. picked Up IJere And There By The Chieftain. Joj Melotte was out fro n Imnaha Saturday and Sunday. A. II. Meeit of Frairie Creek was in phi city Monday on iusiness. Frank Ileskett an 1 daughter were u the city from Leap Monday. All kinds of photo at the Enter prise gallery, Stereoptici.m, tcenic etc. Munied In i'oui.iiv Yoi child. ill 1 :v yi II Lostine Dec. 7, Mr. i.i 1 .Miss Cora Faii- jr.iiore, at the E. M. ivill do you good to J. -.i ,i .t-;fir on M. i d.iy's stas9 nrou - f . Walla W.d! to sev-i ;r at i.ont .r stomach tr.j'i; with Jiiicn . h.i- Le jii truUoiti.I i.. koine t i ii Th was on : Hon). .ii the ( .. to th' IU F.nt- f OW t: ; com. -report.. .11) -, Mi-at .111) oi 1. ii t Ii" country north i' !-v-il tin- fu:t tint th nueh iIi'.'jmt in those --C' !'i :ie . -, ii j- n't ,-. th T:i:t-c lV':t is the u m .in.' sections'. A .ninii'1 liiiousi w.is issued r i:,i iUy . ii L Jrihan and M. 1 V ) i.i o i:h of L s:in j. HulTiuai. ar.o. I't-vor.' of ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

County Official Paper. City Official Paper.- 04 THE REPKESESTATIVE KEWSPAPEK OF WALLOWA COVSTV. VOL. v IX NO. 16. ENTERPRISE. OREGON- DECEMBER H ho:. WHOLE NO. Oi- My - ... his is to be the hntfnpr ven- ;.. U. t.:,. .1 - ... 1U LUC lll!5Lury OI ltle iil2P store Fall Tr.irTp wi neve. . extensive before. Proof of the drawing a.,ai;nm ? ? ! A,H . , nr 1 uui ue araw mg qualities of our immense stock and om : ncc. W e are never satisfied.",' want to mathis month and-' our Holi day 1 ; surpass all previous selling efforts. Our j-ecent -'large addition to our store 7 V, ' uuwum Ior sPace- ery nook and corner.of tnk&ig store is pled nth offerings to careful and' discriminating buyers. , The prefej-Jleiidaj Sea son uii.;rs in our ' " . ,.w-. 3 1. Mj'WOii The Ten Years the present company lias beerfsMnV'ttiftnntiir continued progress. The constant increase of our vearlyilea iuTs 'p top notch oi up-to-date merchandising. has been one of yeaclyf sales .has 'placed us at the Never was our Vs...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. rublishrtl Kvery Week. OREGON. ENTERPRISE A ladj- typewriter has become a Hon tamer. Probably got tired of being dictated to. Adam was lucky in another way. He liad no friends to come around teUing him how ho ought to bring up his boys. wealth, especially that which has been hardly pained, seems to cause the growth of a crust of selfishness round former kindly hearts and renders them hard, when poverty and sorrow would have made theiu tender. Kins Kdward has distributed 4iX more coronation honors without notic ing the raised linger of William Wal dorf Astur. The surgeon who operated on King Edward says appendicitis is really a good thing. He speaks from the sur geon's standpoint. The man who killed his wife because he talked too much set an example which. If generally followed, would soon exterminate the human race. Another time-honored proverb ex ploded. Jabiuski, the giant, is said to be the longest Polo In the world, and lie never knocked a persimmon In his lif...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

f ranee ex. nd rnrula 'Uwayg ag 10"e; and ' very dir- i an atti ,ls In Cul. following 'loins aiiU J which London auperflu.- OPENING HE IS CAPTAIN, SHE STEERS. It was n random rhymer, lilithe-hearted as the May, Who plucked the flowering climber Along the river way; It was the ferryman's daughter, With gypsy rose and tan. Who ferried o'er the water This straying minstrel man. Her hair had purple tintings Above her seashell ear; Her eyes hnd Btarry glintings, Her laugh was lyric clear. He listened and he lingered (His tryst was one with faith!) Till eve, the fniry-fingered, Had shut day's sunset gate. Thus oft thy met thereafter, At laBt no more to part. For love (or was It laughter?) Had snared the rhymer's heart. And now npon life's ocean The twain together float; He's captain that's his notion! But she still steers the boat! Lippincott's. ItANFIELD holds that the be- ginning of his courtship was unique; but that may be Cran- field's one-sided view. It was the night of the hunt bull...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

County Official Pape Enteric! in the Poit-office t Enterpn Or.,t8tcond-clis matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATK8. Sinul copy, per year Jl Hlt copy, six month i ifcngla copy, three month?i V When yon change your aiMrns. not: tiii cfllre, pivinit your present anil fut i toflire oilJrcM, o that the Cunm ay reach you promptly. Tbi paper is kept on file by Alb Toxier'8 Advertising A?oncy, Portia: Orgon, where advertising may bo r. reived for it. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY TIIUUSDAY. DECEMlJEi: 18, 19 Northeastern Colorado is tl lirst section selected by the govern inent for a reservoir to be built ui -l?r the new national irrigutioi i.iw. Thirty-nine townships alonj the ri.itte lliver, extending froi Ster'ing into the corner of Nehra ka, have been withdrawn fron. public entry. Reports from the Southeaster Oregon counties indicates that th liriee of cattle next year will be a little higher than last yeas Prospective buyers are already i nn the range sizing up the pros pects. No contracting is bein. done...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET 1 n n TJ n Q XX7 TT" T T ft Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. f dim?. T.in.p. nf Jlfpn.t stUr... -i. -l I .a 11""" " ya urt nana, I BEEF, PORK, Murium, nnd SAUSAGE 1 Pll&fft MATQ A CDCOIlTx jfliferP''" - Oregon Livery & Feed Stable gSfKomn or Bank BciLcisQpy BEN 60SWELL, . . Proprietor. j FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. Traveling Men's Patronage Solicited. --r -m NT "T A V A "NTTl TTTn -1 r-t-r-i PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is toys given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping is taught exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand is aide easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of iooklteepers and stenographers have been educated for success in lie; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free. A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections of "Wallowa Cou...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

r CHAPTER VL At the Foot of the Rimrocks. It is the second night of Bertha's captivity, barring the night of her cap ture. After securing her ou the horse at the time of that fearful event, the Indians kept moving at a rapid rate until about 10 o'clock the following morning, when they stopped and butchered a mule for dinner. To them the mule meat was a dainty dish of which they partook with a raven our appetite, but to the girl from Edtu burg mule meat was not tempting, when in fact she had tio appetite at all. The gluttonous feast of these savages added to the disgust and hor ror tkat surrounded the captive. The whole had seemed like fiction, a hor rible nightmare to her. The first night out had been spent In a small basin, surrounded by rim rocks with narrow outlets and these had been carefully guarded by the dusky sentinels. No fires were kin dled during the night and a stillness and quietude pervaded the camp, and I mis, witn the demeanor of the In dians, showed that they were 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. — 18 December 1902

The First Newspapers. The first rewspaper in the modern . Ib.iiaH mnnthlv at l'oniM 4 ISfPO Wo ., . , vubvv 4U 5$: tb first English newspaper was -obiijh&l in 1622; the first American jol7M. For bronchial trouMes try Pino Cure (or consumption. It is a good cou"h gediciue. At ilnipei.-ts. price 25 cents. Days of Grace. ' landlord I will jnst give yon three lirtto pay your rent. Artist All right. Suppose you pike it lhamssgivinir, Christmas ami jh( Fourth of July. Life. im i rs trz . i i a. ean, i r . s MI W'-a . I I M W 7 . V .1 ICS I mmm I I ! i Mothers will Una Mrs. ATlnsiow's Sooth. Int Svrup the but remedy to us tor their ,kiluren during liie teething penou. To Dodge the Tax Collector, "Why do you call yourself 'Poor gicbard' a fool once asked of Dr. Franklin. '( "To deal more shrewdly with rl.o j(5(collector,''replied the maker of the I almanac Detroit Journal. Portl nd Dividend Company ana "."Hommerclal Bid 142 Washington Street. Porthnd. Oretwi. Payable monthly. Callorwrit...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 18 December 1902

1 T : ft- -' . LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN. Hcked Up Here And There i. By The Chieftain. ft Pt Loftus of Chesnimus was in t! e tity Wednesday after supplies. L. J. liouse has ben suffering the just week with a very severe colJ. . J, M.. Allen and Will Alfoid of Chesninuu were io the city Tuesday. Alt kinds of phoos at the Enter priso I gallery, Stereoptician, scenic etc. - ' Holiday pictures for your friends bi the east at the Enterprise Photo Studio. . ... rrir.cip.il. J. Kerns . of , the Joseph public .school was in the city over Sunday. .i , Holiday 'oods galcrj,. at the E. M. .k M. storey It will do you good to Me tlio stoqk. Sheriff Sickleford returncJ Friday from Uuioivcouiuy where he went on busings? trip. -. L. Green and sou, Wilford; formcr of this tity are running a cigar itani in Portland. i The Reavis Orchestra will fnrnisli the music for the Athletic Association Ball Christinas night. $100,00) to loan at 7 per cent inter "it on real estate security. C. T. McDaxie...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

Countj Official Paper,-, City Official Paper.- .to VOL. XIX NO. 17. ENTERPRISE, OREGON. DECEMBER 25 mz WHOLE NO- 970 LAUNCH THE BOAT. r III I I 3 I r 1 III II I I 17 II 1 MI -VJ A 1 jjTX-tiW Ilk II I I SV - This is to hp fhf Knt.ns. . j ... . . " " never so exteosive be ore Xf tL d " Fa" Trade " correct prices. We aevert Ltd WeTt? "f ? immenSe stock ad da, Trade surpass a., previc -ldX ""4f " room already finds us crowded for JL' lL "ot large additwus to our store pi,ed witoLiss to cSj$&B? is son ushers in our present Holiday Sea- TENTH ANNIVERSARY SALE The Ten Years the present company has been serving the public has been one of conttnued progress The constant increase of our yearly Tales has plac d us at thf top notch of up-to-date merchandising. Never was our stock so extensive or our sales so large. Reading that the bountiful prosperity existing in Wal owa county argues for heavy Holiday Purchasing, we have anticipated a rush of buying by PS ing an unusual and extensive Holi...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. rublUlieil Kvrry Week, ENTERPRISE OREGON. "Tli! Is above all a reading ngo. but linw many people read the Bible?" 6ssh-u! The sad cast- of Charles M. Schwab hould be a warning to the American "hustler" ami this is no joke. The Crown Prince of Sinm managed to sidestep all the free-advertisiu' in tentions of the boubrettes and chorus girls. The average wonian may not be able to tell a joke, but she can tell the ecent of cloves at any hour of tho day or night. Why Is the new arrival always railed "a bouncing boy?" Because he makes you bounce out of bed like a rubber ball at 2 b. m. A Missouri fanner owns a mule that Is thirty-four years old. How did he happen to let the British remount agents get past? Harry Lehr says Colonel Watterson Is rude. Sir. Lehr has not gone so far, however, as to threaten to 6lap the colonel on the wrist. The man who backed Baldwin Is fit ting out another polar expedition. His enthusiasm evidently has his discretion down and Is sitting on I...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

THE IAND OF POPPIES. t'here, bine and silver In the sun, ' The broad Pacific swells. And, king among the forest treei, The giant redwood dwells; And frosty winter neTer smites The smiling earth wilh gloom, (n all their gay and glowing pride The languid poppies bloom. The hills are rich with yellow ore. And in the vales below fhe luscious fruits and fragrant Sowers Of every climate grow; And by the ruined mission's walls And from the waysida sod And all along the garden walks The drowsy poppies nod. Drlsht, crumpled blossom, silken pink, Pure white and crimson deep. And vivid scarlet, everywhere They tell a tale of sleep, When purple shadows long and cool Among the vineyards lie. And apples ripen into gold Beneath a turquoise sky. While Louisiana on her shield The sweet magnolia shows, And Maine displays the brown pine cone, New York the queeuly rose. And Delaware prefers the peach To garland her renown. The Golden State elects to wear A regal poppy crown. Leslie's Weekly. A Daughter...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

County Official Paper Kutrii in the Post-oflire lit Enterpris. . . Ore., as Bccoiid-clsss matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. fltnule copy, per year $1.?' Uinglf copy, six months f. Single copy, three months $ When you change your aiMrew. notil fitiii ottice, giring your present and fiit'ir tostoftice ailiiress, so that the C'hikfti may reach you promptly. : This paper is kept on file by Alln-i Toiler's Advertising Apncy, Portlat. Orgon, wliero ail vcrt'tin may be r caived for it. ISSUED EYE BY THURSDAY :HUliSDAY DEOr.MBKU So, 100; Dr. Hamilton Forliue. formerly professor in the Northwestern uni versity, who resigned to make ex periments restoring life in cases of suspended animation today an nounced his success. He claims that he has discovered a process of practically restoring life to human beings technically dead. He. in BJrts a hollow needle into the spin al column and drains out the effete fluid which is the first cause of death. Then another fluid made of living cells from animals is...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

c. h under, ilolitrator 18 again Present 'chen, to )l-egon, or . D. W. n, within da ootict. 'er. 1902. trator, n the first irt Wed and Sep he third ' Monday ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. 1 C. C. BOSWELL, proprietor. Located in Wallowa National Bank Building. A Choice Line of Meats oh ays oh hand, BEEF, PORK, Munvsi, nnd SAUSAG CURED MEATS A SPECIALTY B Enterprise. Oregon. Livery & Feed Stable mnts. d, prove ' school iv other I on or ER. 'egon, at Law ence af- ce in the I Interior :GE0K igon. connljl sthodisJ Berlandl re. i - uleiguI EIGI w- tate. Collect acting Block ODGl)i! n AW ffNoRTn of Bank Building. BEN BOSWELL, . . Proprietor; FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Eay And Grain. Traveling Men's Patronage Solicited. OPEt. JDA.T -AHSTD IsTIQ-HT t ., : PARK AND, WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON ... The school where thorough work is done; where the reason i always giyen; where confidence is developed; where bookkeepin is taught exactly as books are kept In business; where shorthand if 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. — 25 December 1902

. .c OK CE)IF . 1 1 'I (Copyright, 1902.) CHAPTER IX. Rescued and Ixst. The trapper followed along at the -im,..ba n.lnallv hnlt-i v"" " , , r L Vr: ' "i.i i i i"fJS draw from its hiding place from be neath the sands or wire irrass. Ha was not infrequently rewarded by find ing an animal in the Jaws of a trap, cowardly gnawing at Its own Impris oned limb and attempting to skulk awny at his approach. These pelts, which were usually carried to a safe hiding place, added to the luggage on bis back containing fresh baits for his traps and food supplies, made hi.i burden quite a heavy one, but It did not cause him to abandon his Win chester, revolver and knife, which were his constant companions and they were not caried for ornament. Toward night ho decided to climb to the top of the rimrocks and take a survey of the country. Away to the west he saw the moving forms of Fol lett and his companions, as their horses Jogged along, leaving a cloud of dust behind them. He brought his field glas...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

tiah.. l. PWtmeotf DDli th'?t. from Thewonde,. Jacob, Oil hwion of for. 'he bronchi! reathinem ief dhe8iom """geo, ( "inesioni :toration ttt must Koenig' ,1e Ptrti, i. . awpi tb tl,... - fill ak 2he8 the diffil 1 he ineiH Jacobs Oil "i ne both nealmg Dd :"PPiy with "ma. crcap, wjnsns tod st Tea . Iiat they tatj first stage,, with wos cations Uka 19. CATARRH OF LUNGS. The Prince of w.i.. Prominent Chicago Lady Cured!,h"w. .d aUn not by Pe-ru-na. stowpH k . , own oe- ' ana Jnvestnre, thooch 1 the heir to the throw has 'become Prince of Wales .i'" being declared so. J The Unfortunate X Maker of "Breaks." t X tw" n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n-rn-m Wins Maggie Welch, secretary of thJ Betsey Rosa Educational and Benevo-I !r,,r-oeiety, writes from 328 Kn-tiJ -ttte street, Chicrigo, III., the follow. A Vai.hu n , A "brpak." In the ever-chanBlnK rer- Riowing words concerninir Pirnn.. t ,-- -iec(, nncuiur or social parlance, siirnities "list fall I caught tLe most eu.m! r.i ' . Pold8ntb of the name of ...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 25 December 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS JN AND ABOUT TOWN. Picked Up IJere And, There By The Chieftain. out ! from Lawson Beecher came Jmuaha Monday. J. Haas returned Saturday from trip to Walla Walla. Pet -r Boudoin of Prairie creek wi n the city Tuesday. Mr. J. A. Woods of Walla Walla was in the city this week. - Chas. Longfellow of Joseph was visitor to the city Tuesday. R. D. Churchill of Paradise was in the eity Tuesday on business. All kinds of phonos at the Enter prise gallery, Stereopticiau, scenic . - . t " v etc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hart of Trout creek were trading in the city Tues day. Holiday pictures for your friends iu the cast at the Euterprise Photo studio. John Ranev left Wednesday to sDtiiid Christmas with friends in Elgin. The. Enterprise Athletic Association ivill uive another big ball on New Years. Isaac Imbler left Wednesday mum ing for Dayton Wash, to sppnd the winter. A. J. Carpenler and J. J. Hawley went down to Wallowa Wednesday to spend Christmas. Miss Alta Haggerty and brother, ...

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