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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 20 February 1902

Ik ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET. R. L.DAY, proprietor, Located in Wallowa National Bank Buitt nr. A Choice Line of Meats always on hand, EEF, PORK, MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE GORED MEATS A SPECIALTY utcrpiise. Oregon. 1 n m. m mm f Livery & rem btafile HS-Noutii op Bank BfiLmxafJ C. C. BOSWELL, . Propristor. FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND RIGS. The Best Hay and Grain. OPEN ID A.3T ZTSTD KIGHT our correspondents" INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections Wallowa County. of FLORA. ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry HE STAR LAUNDRY Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup ied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun- y work. Family washing solitited..i) JOlfX IT. FLOWERS, - - - Provrietor. my L. J. COYER STONE, Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, Wallowa, Oregon. I respectfully solicit a share of your work, and will try to merit your patronage. WaEtham Watches A Specialty. ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. J. FOllSYTIIE..... PROPRIETOR .Cark'ks a 'Complete Stock of. DRUGS AND PATEN...

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 February 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. l:! K l-.OE, Publisher. ENTERPRISE OREGOiV. Uaj'Hne music is to 1-e banished !-fun- the next wiiriil's fair. St. Louis will have to iuvcut something nw. Bonnets are now made to match gowns, but. strange to say. 110 one thinks of trying to make them uiatcb purses. Jim?. Sarah Oraud claims that the way to approach man and subdue him is by the dinner route. Well. this is cer tainly a better plan than lecturing at uiiii every ui-'hL The iJlasgow exhibition fame out with a protit of J4' '.. while the Pan-Auieruau lost three millions. The canny Scot takes his pleasure with an eye to money making still. Statistics sliow that one person out of each seventy in the l uited States is ensa?el in wurkiug for the rail roads. Ami although statistics du not hov It. there are more than seventy trying to work the railroads. No human society tan hud fault with an automobile banquet held even on the 1 oldest nigh:. There are Uo horses to be left outside to shiver and shake while thei...

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 February 1902

ALASKAN GOLD. A mlTI-oTi years in the smelting poti Of 'hl -Treat earth's furnace core, j. ,..! I J 1 boiled the old gods Mien Bcfuri- it wai time to pour. niilli"" year in the giant molds ilf pr.niite and iiiica-sobist jt moled and layin the self-same way That into their hearts it hissed. A million years, and the clouds of steam Were rivers and lakes and seas; And the mastodon to his grave had gone In the coal that once was trees. When the Master Mulder raised his hand, He shattered the gray rock mold And sprinkled its core from shore to shore, Ami the dust that fell wag gold. Yontu's Companion. fllK soft lights or the quiet res tuiinint brought rest to Boyn tou's tired nerves; he picked up the nieiiii with a High of content. "This Isn't lut IT bad." he mused, run ning his eyes down the curd, "though It savors uncommonly of poolroom bulletins: 'combination one; combina tion two' well," with u smile at the conceit, "reckon I'll play combination seven 'lamb chop, griddle cuke, ly oii...

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 February 1902

I I-1 h I P i ; a is LOCAL HAPPENiNGS 1N A2iD ABOUT TOV-. j j Picked Up Here And There; u By The Chieftain. pcV0v) to l,T,r. at 7 per cent inter- fit O ziu. estate socuritv. C. T. McDan:i:l. Ci irc-ce Vest returned to tile Im r.uii.i 51-inday. Mr. and Mrs. Ca.-l Roe spent Friday , o: hist week in Joseph. i. H. Vest arrive! home from the 1 a.n.iha M.inJ.ty ever.sng. W. I:. Holmes' family has entirely reccvercd from carie;ir.a. The youngest child e: Mr. and Mrs. Frar.k C'tt h.is an attack n: soari'-tir.a. ii. M. F.iehey. the piano and organ U-.aier 11 : i.a ur..n'ie. was ;n tne c:ty this week. Mrs. Fanny Corner, the new tele. hvr.e jtir'., has U-;t. suffering an at tack of ti.e grip. T'ne entertainment civen bv the W R. C. last week was well attended and dui a- -Night" took the prize- offered u succes- in every way. j for the Lost sustained characters. C G. Stacy has Uvn d-iins some : There were others, however, that de p .rpenter work on the inside of Funk rved special mention. Am.mg...

Publication Title: Wallowa Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wallowa chieftain. — 27 February 1902

unify Official Paper. Cily Official Pa'pcr.- WW www 5 THE REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. 1 : 1 , Mr jrv "A H . XV 111. JU. tt- ENTERPRISE. OREGON. . FEBRUARY 27, wo: Qrand Bsduetion glae Pill ?..ir,T.'i l..l.-S.t;!: m- -;J?:'r: mmmm ,-sse-i,: i;i'iinj Saturday, Ic. 28th, wo will phce i-K' or :iicrchanuise at aston- r lew prices. Yc do this in order to re- v.r stock before taki;: our annual invoice i t, and every on:? i.. invited to caU and -.': '.'...elves of Ihi.s (.nportunit' to prcure ' ?.'.so take tlii? op ':iir apprc rlaliot ' lug the past ;rr:;ity to express-to one i -of '.heir liberal patron .r ::::d solicit the same in. voii that we will do our von ir.crit you fa'.thfullr ar.d endeavor to Wi;- Iiji7x all a e"i we ar lr.tppy . s e w Pes c ctfull v v o u r s , a CO. 1 Ji2SEaCT2SaeXiEiaE2CCri'25 UiElfi3&rfl THE WORLD'S NEWS FROM FAR & NEAR. Clipped From Our Exchanges. Portland had a $100,000 blaze fun- . . - The Park Avenue hotel of New York burned last Sat...

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 February 1902

. w ' Vru J3- .... V, M Sfe-lSI WW s.ie urh. a-.: i th- though: that aU through her re fi.T. a'!i :iir'M:;a the leafy w.wils that misic had rush' J as a earu to hr wo-iU. "Aj! n-'w I know!" eri-s she. stopping aor pan. 0:1. ao a-ciearaaee. or'. aa: is Gr-y court. If I had uniy followed it I j qjv.j no: have gtvec vou all this trouble." Standing : :i a c.v::ij a -ar h r. pia.--s 11" ii.t:-.is t.. h-r pretty ui-- a n i. wi-h a . tii-.de fi-n. i-a v that catiao: b- :'! 1::.Sa. u-im:-:i!- .1. ..-: II.'." ! him. at th- tori nf ii"r fr--ii y-eu-.g vive- Wa-:a r th- br-eite has played traitor, or whether th- tending figure i 0' P mat-rial a t.. I djtt to tu. bril Uan: ap; a!, who caa say. At all e-n-. h? uover stir. or i:f. h.a'''if lr:r. a.s task. wii't'wr it tiiaj be. N'.th: ii.ia:itiii. (ir.i-i.la reura to the a::a k. "II:'." cru-s Mho aiatn. with a sjav.KT. freer iototi tti'a. A ail still ao:a::i; Louies of it. Tilt" Iithiiu4 Crftr wtoos to craihten h: bacx. au.i :aini, rca:ain a befor...

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 February 1902

What are Humors? They are vitiated or morbid fluids eours Ins the "lns BnJ nfTting the tissues. TIipt are commonly due to defective diges tion bu'r-i sometimes Inherited. How do thoy niaiiif.-st themselves T Iu many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils, ..nd in weakness, languor, general debility. How are they expelled T Uy Hood's Sarsdparilla whih also builds up the system that baa suffered from them. It is the best medicine for all humors. Love Idealizes. All active love idealizes tlint is, sees and loves the ideal of the loved one. Often, indeed, the absorption in the ideal iH ho complete that the outer life in mistakenly mipposed to be identical with it, thiiH opening the way to shock and hitter disappointments. I am sure I'iso's Cure fur CoiiRiiiiintioii rived my life three years nso. Mrs. Tims. Korkhc. Mapie street, Norwich, N. Y., Itb IT, WOO. A Lawyer's Fine Distinction. A lawyer wan passing along the street wrrying under his arm a law book wh...

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 February 1902

1 PLLL.MAN ORDINARV -". tie dots not pay witti if.iu-h a-; ri;oFssiox.iz. Sutlers Ckiu;a; l:oa art to li'e i,h r. , avritv a. former: v to :i. i:lil. Goo;l Literature TIie No"h-rR Pjl-C .-:r.c 1- !:! i : !:'.'. -1 .!; it. -r. for fix H :.. -:c::a::t w 'a:'. I : - '.. i nt J :'-r a r a ta.it at ; 1 '. -.!- ;i v a' 1 : Til-- .- It- - 11 at 3 anions rat.wavs tor n- aov-r- .Ccj'Vrv' Onlcial Paper ti-in:; matter. It i-a'ai-a' :- Ti: :-.- ' :l.v f your l:einuad, i-vv i ! . . ... e:t?r. r.r. and are v-aiur.i . vi r '.? nr I ra nsavt :il v c t ,i ufi. nd biuities.s I-;;" - f i" I" 5 r. . aiivjissio.vi . .' . i i - J I A . - - they c :.;.:;. Here U a ar::.l 1: 'lit-.. i'l-o. eiu r;:i I';r ?-r.i i ii c.;r "'ally mail-.', rp r. Aryiv:,.;,l;;..;i .;u..;: 1 ma le. v: 'Tf. :lvt-r or -"a:a: . will 5... ucot-; rtvi.ity i 1 t;.i;. jood il..-ser.pt:vv ! . . V - , - . ....... i. - '? V . . - r j-i , x:-..: -: ii.-.;i.r... i; ': ;. aao wttiiout a iloni-t '.. - - i : ;.i::i-l-- tran-! r I i: i-vt;ry pur...

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 February 1902

ETEEPFJSS MEAT MARKET, ,R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR, Located in Wallowa National Bank Build nj. a A Choice Line of Meats always on hand, r.r.'.-F, roi:i:; ; muttox, and sausage mm blEATS A SPECIALTY Enterprise. - - - . . . Oregon. r c? C ? (J ? OUR CORRESPONDENTS. ! MMr-""! M"- ;vi':is Wri"1'-t anJ ; Mr- Heel of Arko. wore .ii"rts of -Mr. ami Mr?. II. Riker Sunday. P.. M. Xeedham went to P.ira- ise hist Til 11 r.- lav !o sn, il- mi INTERESTING ITEMS FVoin Various Sections of Wallowa County. FLORA. Many p.-oplo fall into the error l believing that a thorough edu ction unfits for the common walk? of li:V; or at least it is unnecessary. Thisis certainly a rre.it mistake. Fre.ternalim. lie expects to or-! '.v 11;ln ean use an axeor a ha in- jj:a..:e a :o .go 1:1 r mra oi i;e gZSF'Sowrii o:' Lank IJnu.i.vo.jjjJ C. C. . . Proprietor. FIRST CLASS TEAMS AXD JAGS. The Brst Uau a nd. Grain . O 3? IE IT IDA. IT A.IsTXD 1TIG-IIT ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry int b 1 fii 7f i irf t U ...

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 February 1902

WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN. in I ! X HOE, 1'ubU.herv. ENTERPRISE . . . OREGO.S'. lie is a g- - .! ; -..!!. v. he -ters tn I ' !" :. ;,-it: :.; ....; of ;t a:..! i.ti::--r. For ea- I, :. y , f. ik Nt--r the Ixr-IV vit.-ya-d -ji-y i :.p, - :.. l..o! u work tv.i. de iii tueirs. This wi.u'.d I e a go I! wo:ii! if It had to i- ; ui-i. the in- d. -f some i-e- i'iv I. r it. upp! of .u:.:iine. A man n.::y i-e w'.ll.-ig t admit that his wife know, tin re d - but just tl- same u-- ol-jc- t- : u- running bi busu.e... Senator hi. nor uf laying the comer stone t the Nn-aragua Canal, provided i: I if have a corner .-tin.-. A law is pr- -.-d :u I'.'h-miu requir ing cuud.-ia'- . I, ; tua'r.Uloliy t-- pr- ure a it-rttti at-- : nt-utal suiindiie. s. That would out ut aimut all of tm-u.. Some i g-t very tender in cld weather: :..-y will remain up all w-e. until 11 o'clock a: lu.-ht. but Stn.l.iy evening i a:.'; g- t i Lurch l.r:allw they art- atra.d t t out late. A Cl.i a.-'' pr--:' r t;.ir.k he can pn du- e ....

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 February 1902

We theiignt B '' HI last anouiil couie The ri'x.' would lose its thorn. nJ every lip but Joy's be dumb tt'iifii l-"ve. '' Ixjve, was burn; Thai nriy tears should start to rise. No tiigui u ertaiie ou mora, r nuy guests Sif grief surprise Wiiiu love, sweet Lve. was born. And when he came, O Heart of mine! Aol siood within our dour. No joy ur dreaming could "Jivine I MO IUC"SIU0, Ml DllH, The thorns sbull wound our hearts again, t... ..... tl.n fanp (if vnn HUl " ..... For all the guests of grief and pain Shall nerve him evermore. Arthur Sherburne Hardy. fllE heat rolled up In waves from the suu-sonked land into an at mosphere already surcharged with heat. For a number of hours the birds had ceased song nud twitter. The sharp chr-r-r of the grasshoppers and the steady click, click of the harvester seemed to voice the misery caused by the stilling air. Not the slightest breeze ruffled the broad expanse of ripened wheat; uot a motion except of men. machine and horses. White streaks of l...

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 February 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS vSKr t;'. , ...... .. , . " Tsiiv. hsvir.; Iro-.r':.: ..". - ; ;. y M v. i- --.- - 7- Tr u: fc . " . - . . I. -rOv.J Ab'Jk. i. : - - - ?-- - I-r:: ..vs.::: . ::tz. , , ,- - " ..,.-. Ty:i..,l:.,. M--.r F.rk ,:i :i... r :; :. ,.J. . PlckiJ Tr- Here Attd T'-CTi .. . .' . 'r ' ':' ' " ::.--.-: -: t -: V;:v A :: ::.:: ..:: : - .,1. .... . . : " '. ""V " "c" - - Ij-! . I .- IjT kC L -l.iiti'-".. ' " ': - ? A - : v. ' A : .-- P. W. say, Mr. Kr!'?. i.-.-i o. 'y v -- . " . : " M . : rtvi 7" ' -rvr w:.; $.: :;'."". " :. . - ' .' ....... - . v . . - . ; ,. ...... v . . i :.:.- : st r - .- . ... ii V L IjLj L : . 1 . -' y ri - n , , r- r. . - . Hfc " . . . , .... r - 7--. T ( -v " 5 . " i : ' ' ' : " - v ,: ? ! 5 i ' i i. ; "j : i. J C ' i.. V 1 V J. - : ' r . . ; . " - .--7 ! ' . - T; ; -r : -rs ':' "' " ' '. -. . ..c : -.-j w. . , . i. JL U.X - " " . vr.ii,.ui - - - - - - - - r-.h-xcl ssfj-'Iies always or. Liri. '. .' f J "iSI-OFEIC BI-OQK 'inter y.-i-,i 0 --.on " " - . ... :...

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 March 1902

rfy Official Paper.. City Official Paper.-- , .ft K' 1 '4. THE REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. ENTERPRISE, OREGON- MARCH (5. i- WHOLE NIK !) V ii m ja BMW Wll Hi Pa WW XV: . NO. I7- plV bfc t&- k -J i&aa Ql sa ;eyou fa '.th fully. i", v.v ar 0 a -oginniti Saturday, Dec. 23th, we will place sa'- a:1 immense line of merchandise at aston-!"-iv kv prices. We do this in order to re- v.:r stock before taking-our annual invoice 'v-and every one is invited to call and ; --."selves of this opportunity to prcure ' ' a'-io take this oppornity to express to one ur appreciation of their liberal patron--'"iT the past year and solicit the same in future. We assure you that we will do our lost to merit your rjood will, and endeavor to klv.nx all a prosperous and happy New Respectfully yours. El m; co. FHE WORLD'S NEWS RO.U FAR & NEAR. Clipped , From Exchanges. Our Hops are bring contracted for in he Willamette valley at 14 cents per 'Oil 11(1. An excelsior factory is to be s...

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 March 1902

1- - s .as: ae f a.s aa.- 7 :i".7.e sni t i :aa r T : t w - s L" -. .- --.r.z a ti zit i.j - iz. i ' - Mi. i;i .z ti fa.nt a?o.-:gt.: .? .- :;i: -r.:; t7-es z i; i i;i :o say omth.rz ai :: "iif .. i ' - - r-j-sr-wn 7- :aaat say wn-re we si u.i ba arplyf-g her nr t ti keyiaie. . rons esters. "Vua are s.rzularly pretrpt." he says. w.:h a ior.uz rlan..' aid a saeer. Th is Mrs. Grus.a." turti.ag re Vera, ""my ' h u. :' r. Sue w.l. see to yfoir wsa:s. Grua i. :iie -i--e young lad.es hit. My r.rr-." w.:a a shadier, "are ail ua- Tau "T - 1 t d-?r;-se-d, M.s I'isar: f -.. ws :u isusek?pr trvaa rbe rj-;. 'J." .ii :if.ti prvrd4 Lr. Ta-iuga tie haze da7k hall and up tie .:. u:;li- s:a.r--ae :itt fo-iiw tae.r z : de. c z a tny do tie decay taat ; -.-. .1-z arouad. ie riaz w-.i a door tor rce girls to aid a:-"r-;T ce?ir-. zi :a- rr w.-rd cr flaar. Tay ar "iir..;u. :. i iftz aloa. nzl u:- T -itar.'.y -ai aad pai a: a -2 ' vi rry pi.e. and r brati .-v --r :i t-: crtt.y irjai b:FW!i a-er "ii i J..r...

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 March 1902

1 difficult Digestion Trt is dyspepsia. It mslies li,f miserable. In iufle rers eat not because they vant to, but siniP!.v because they must. The? know they are irritable and fretful; it thev cannot be otherwise. They romrlaln ot a bad taste In the ioulh, a UTierness ai me pii 01 ine Biora I, in uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, siisclie. heartburn and what not. The eflertnul remedy, proved by nerma nn cures of thousands of severe cases, is Hood's Sarsaparilla p" "Boop I'iuj 1a aUiaxuc. hen It's Contagious. Host T wonder if insomnia is ever tontaRiou' I i..vs,.!l I find It nfTnrtB mo Whenever our baby has it. Philadel phia Knii i. Khennn.;i(m and Neuralgia will not vp uinler the name roof with Hamlin's Vizard Oil. 50 cents a bottle. Changing a Camel Path. The camel path which for centuries lias formed the only connection be- ween Jersusaie.m and Ramus (Sv- them) has at last been made Into a tarrlage road nearly twenty feet wide. XSTC Permanently Cured. in fits or iierrou!noe r 1 1 0 ...

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 March 1902

1 .. l ... I i t (u"l Literature 7 i For Almost I f r rrorEssioxv t-triers Claiir trar - D. 17. She 5 W I. W Ull i y r.. I it. C,. . :-.-:ax am r. ;.L:LT i d i a tli3 V" s lilt J x-.1 - - - - : Irt. r - -1 - i M t-wLcii:h u Eu.iLt -ATTORNEYS AT LAS 1 I I JTJ THE QUESTION OF ! . ' ! i i 5 -- i J : 1 J. E: . r i '.sr. r i 8 A- A' -..: r.V r.lF: 'J. j -woci ana ionson: ...ARTIST... - it . j 1 -j.- r t.--r- r : c i-i-.-i-r-V 'i-.'. "V:. .; SATiSFACTiCKGUAEAXTEd i-- - 1- ---Of . H. Dreske, OF.Z-.;05 1 3 I I 1 4 I i"!r.l:iu.Ktt:i1 r i-, . n. l. If ES J-ffin2 t; n -. ..r V -ri" .... iU:i AL ErriJ J 5. V." u r rT. V. EVATT 1 -t 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. — 6 March 1902

ENTERPRISE 3IEAT " 'MARKET. R. L. DAY, PROPRIETOR, Located in Wallowa National Bank BuiH no-. . A Choice Line of Meats ahcays on hand, Bf.r.F, RORK, MUTTOX, and SAUSAGE . . KEATS A SPECIALTY Enterprise. - - - . Oregon. i uvsry & heed stable TJyXcKTH of Bank Br11.DixG.x3J C. C. ECSVELL, - . Proprietor. r t FIRST CLASS TEAMS A. YD RIGS. The Best II ay and Grain. CPEI-r 3D A. IT -A. IT ID USTIQ-ECT LAUNDRY ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY To Patronize Home Industry THE STAR Is the latest business venture in Enterprise. It is sup plied with up-to-date apparatus. Does all kinds of laun dry work. Family washing solicited.5 JO fl.Y II. FL01VERS, - - - Pronrietor. L. J. COYEHSTOXE, fiMffm Watch-maker, Jeweler and Optician, Wallowa, Oregon. I respectfully solicit a share of v vour work, and will try to merit your patronage. Waitham Watches A Specialty. OUR CORRESPONDENTS.! The grounJ Fq,,irrcls are about ; cga.n. r "" i Farmers are gittin INTERESTING ITEMS From Various Sections of "Wallowa County. FL...

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 March 1902

waliowuot. EHC01iTEST0FCIIlALS 1 . : WE Kol.rtGocriibUtheiv g vt ! 'l.-vernor B.-y!e of Nettfouau- - - JrVL enterprise orego.s. i:;::;: Result Means Much to ihz Pan- -a , J? j ' ........ :...rg.-d ! j ti:::t: cable lines, la the ; &$&Q$& T TC-j u.--.. .- rag. Eg .a -- ,.f xst-r.tufr.t a". St. Johns . TfO V 4 V ri'UT ' rW-'-"-. v'-i. ' V xrV'"-S-i--"y : 1 , " ' ' . -..mu.ut.. t-rween thv Xatta-.-ket : Vl? -4vr "t - -'--1 If ..-TT, -.1 a the d: ,f a, eiast. the O.d Shipoa. Cocc. I.JJI . . , Nicrsu Project I.t in Faror- ; .y-f . - ' -VS .-v -- '. XT - i,-:.V ; . ; ri 1 ' oU Adv.nt.w . -Sg&SM H nNife v - - I...-,... K - -,- w,.a.S..r vf V.-...-L uvv Lav- w;r-i-, Aho.t EI-Pm.S. More O-ickl, ' TI' i 'rf7 ;V.J' ff'Vwvi. ': T..a.: :. -: "-a -..-i a w. :-! -;:- v. ,-rv way on T:.e w...rld : :tj:er-. 1 ;n a fisb: sJL " JV " "z;' v-'"-:':ir,. :. j :-r w i- I.- s-.s ('- i:t;.. ciual. :Ue wr of t::u.i.n i.- - 'Jr?g?tgw Q t . , j. :i-u.:l.3' Ir-I:.:.-: tV. !u. ' r.'-C. a tl.s- v, ...

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 March 1902

MOTHERHOOD. The r.:lit throbs on; but let me pray. .i.-.ir Ixird! 1't-uku off bis name a moment from my niiiiuh, Tn Tli'v niy eyes would turn, but they bai t, fl. . i.i my rtn beside me where be '' S. I.orJ. so little ami so warm! 1 -t mt think thst Thou hadst need of iim: .lit- little. Lord, be cannot King, unuot praise "jee; all bis life had learned V 1 ti bold fust my kisses in the night, him to me he is not happy there! IK u l uot felt his lifa; bis lovely eyes juat-jkiiew uie for bis mother, and he died. Hast Tnoii an angel there to mother him? 1 say he loves me best if he forftets. If Then allow it thut my child forgets And runs not out to meet me when I couie What are my curses to Thee? Thou hast heard The curse of Abel's mother, and since :hen We h:ive not ceased to threaten at Thy throne. To threat and pray Thee that Thou hold them still 111 memory of us. See Thou tend him well. Tbou God of all the mothers! If he lack One of his kisses Ah, my heart, my heart, Iu angels kiss...

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 March 1902

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