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it; si I 1 s 5 1 8 s id ?! u Pi a 4'- ! 1 I 8 Wallo County News. Is what you want when you sub scribe for A County Paper. Look Over The WaSiowa And See Tha cu It Gives ttc CouQty News. and :e is St. jO a vcar: We offer !ome exceptional bargains in our CLUBBING RATES with other papers and Hill ill nil imniarstrrTiTzimixxTrvijirvrttKnimmimt For fhstance Chieftain and Oregon'an both one year for $2.00, hieftarn and Spokesman Review both one year for 2.00 i . Chieftain ami Examiner ii;. ; both, ar.e year for 2.25. The Chieftain andanv of Si magazines one year for S2 the 0. Address or Call on Tlie: Wallowa Chieftain, IlQtcrpinse, Or, I'nole J' fit-avis am! wife and little grandson, Clayton Ili-'driekson, starte.'. Tuesday afternoon 1 y pi i vatf oonvoyanee, for Walla Walla to vi-it relatives. Tla'V expected to stopover f ' ' -iiii;ht at Sum Wade's ami mi Wei'ins- Picked Up Here And There (l.,p , u. jim.,i ,y j. p. ;,,,dner aid t LOCAL HAPPENINGS .IsI?73?!r? 1 I IN AND ABOUT TOWN I f H ! TJv The Chieftain. Slial.OilllI -! (in r a! lu-m at i per cent niter atv ."'urit.v. ('. T. M.Daniki. was in vn W I'lillL' K. M. A J. M. Jllak. 1 ,i:iy. Lots of I ot.iU-OS HOW at tli M. Siore. Cahin will jjive you lo cents a do on for your e;:;-'s. 1 1 ynii want tn buy a mower or raki it w ill iay ym tn sec Calvin. It yon want a uond llano for HttK money, .-eo tin; K. M. A' M. Co. LeKov Gin sm r and W. ISm-loil. drove down tn Lostinc Monday. li : 3 .1 I- I liii- imi'Ii . was seen on our tri-t the fore part of the week. (idiul M-emul liar.d. upon tup luijry for sale, Impure of 1. X. Pitzer. Wayne Wad'1, a prominent stook- ' ! man of Lostinc, was in town Mondav. Assessor .1. II. MeCubhin of Lostinc came ui on Monday to meet with the ! comity court. Miss Grace l'orr.-.-t of La Grande i visiting with t lie Misses (tussle i i. rcssie lieavis. i Mr. Davis- and family of Trout ; i ii i k have moved to their farm just 11 ! north of town. II. II. Thomas, of Paradise, 'had business ho fore tile county court the forepart of tlu week. Mrs. K. A. Fosner and little son re turned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives at Xewherg. Persons in from the Garden of 'Men and Promise Land say the re cent rains have assured them enor mous crop-. F ! ISoKN: Ju v -1. to the wile ol 'o k Majs of .loseph, a hahy hoy. Jr. j Temple repoits mother and child do i ing nicely. ' County .ludfjp Hamilton and Com misiiioiiers McDonald and Williams ,0:11)10 in Monday to attend to attend otlicwl busincM. ilaiij.'iit-r Gail, wliu hit retmnini; i" tin ir lioiin- at Walla Walla ait r a a shorf, .visit here, and hy Mr. and Mr-. Win. o aner a. d Mi-s Alihei ii't. who are ;einp; on a l'iiiiii-s.- and i.h lire tiip. aid also hy tin- M' r-. (iohle. who reeently pm ;-h:i 1 ' lioine i-iar Walia Walla and -o then to live. 1.. A. Pohir-on. one of the h-uii.e; eitieiis of I'lillman. Wash., i-in il.e eitv on a vaeatioii fur the henelit of hi- h'Vilth. Pi-oi. Kohinson having heard niueh of the Grande Honde ' valley and the wondei :'ul emotive iiialitii-s ol its haliny air, roiu'tnded to visit this (.ei-tion of Oregon, in: hopes it miuht restore his former, healih and vijj.ir. lie e-;)'eets to visit Walh wa county lu foro his return. --La Grande Chronicle. The rain of the 4th having put an ; end to n planned picnie dinner up If'.irrie.ine eieek raiiyon. tiie Messrs. Will Zureher and Clarence Ve-t and ; the Misses Pelle -jmd Mariiaret 1'or-j sytli-. Althea (Sift. Lena DeVore, Ada j Ko- and Mr. and Mrs. Will Warner j spoilt the day at the home of Mrs. Lee lieVoreaiid enjoyed their dinner ; i as much ns if it had been eaten in' I - wn k fi Here We Ccine For G Eliliinery at Cost We are now - offering at cost our entire stock of mill inery, including the latest styles in Ladies', Misses and Children's hats, either plain or dress hats. JLiood hats' for the Fourth at a low price. I llarlt y Horner came out from Iin ' nalia Monday. lie says the fruit crop is a', umlaut, and as usual things an about riaht. the woods. The Alder .-dope Pi'eh Company after completing ahout one mile of their ditch at .a cost of less than !fS00. haii suspended work until after har vest, when a lanrc force of men w ill he put to work and ns much as poss ible completed this fall. The timely rain of last week will imure jrood crops this year without a ditch, hut it may not be always so. Mrs. John Calvin . brought to the Ciiiki-.n'Xin rliiie, .lionday. an im mense stalk of rhubarb and some de lic'ons lioyal Ann cherries, which were 'Vihvii on the old Calvin home at Paradise, where Mr. Calvin and family visited and celebrated last week. The stall: of rhubarb measured I'll inches in length, and the leaf from side to side, lif! inches. J. W. Koils. who has been sojourn inu in Idaho for the past four years made our oflice a social call on Mon- Heirs Furnishings Have you ever put on a suit that felt as if it was made to your especial order? Isn't the satisfaction some thing unique in this clay of cheap everything? Let us be surveyors to you of your suits, shirts, collars and small but necessary articles of men's wear and you will' be surprised how much bet ter your clothes will seem to lit you. Its lilce everything else; its the "know how." :' V. Mr. lb iroin The Misse; McAlist'M-, Iliusha aisc t hvnbey and Messrs. McAli-tcr, lilooin and LookwoimI attemb'd the ball at Wallowa Sumlav. George lii'iidrickson was in ?n,ni Paradise the rir.-t of the week, lb- report- a eooil time al Paradise the 4th KoSwithst.ueiing the rain. The Champion Draw Cut Aw- the best satisfaction ol ;mv mow- d. S the er we have over usei people who have used them. Mr. and Mis. Glenn cane; in from Union county the first of the week to visit with lilat-vos ami fri"ins. Mrs. Glenn is a sistsr of James Wooib-H. The many Mentis of Mr-. W. P. :-amms wii. be pleased to hear that she has so far recovered, as to be aide to be taken out into tie? sunshine and to the hoines of her daughters. All the people who went front l',n-t-rprise to I'.irailiM- for the Fourth, say tin y hoi a roval wood time and s has returned to live or, his farm in Paradise. Politically he says In- has experienced a radical ciiantre of heart. He occupied a li!h seat ii: Populist co -moils. He is now ime an ardent iCpiO lica n. ! Mr. and Mrs. .lobe Zureher ret urn - eil I rn iii ove lue-ilay alternoor. Mr. Zm-eli-M- has been e-,inii inee the first of May for tie' benefit of her j health, and has retu.-ri-d consideral ly mower ! improved. Mr. Zureher attended tl o ; (J. A. I ! . reunion while at. Cove. Harley lloim'i- of fmieiha, has the thanks of thi eliiee for a box of de licious cberries. They arc a iinv va ri"ty called the Mereier. Thei'- ct eelleut viisipin-,' ipeilities render them one of the br sorts to eultivato. Orvilie Pi. ley. a inerehaut of 1 1 if thriving town of Lostine. who with bis wife and lat.her. were on their wav from an out in;.; at the lake, made this olliee a fri -ndlv eali on Weil ne-day. For the Champion Draw Cut limw er. Mitchell hay rakes, pitch forks. S3 ock of Shoes raw Made by the well known firm of Friedman Bros, for Ladies, gents, youths, miss es and children. These sho es are flexible, which insur es comfort; they are of su perior leather which insures wear; they are over newest lasts, which insures fashion, and they are frot-i a factory where care in making injur es economy. My prices are f;s heretofore such as will as money for you. recoiv the ,hr.t po; treatment from thtj-ootl people of that couutiv. j .-rind stom for having; iro to the hay pulleys. W ; sa uiej nana nnai jtoiiti lime ami . !:. M. A- M. Co. Mr. ami Mrs. Oniar StubblefcM iv- ; ICx-sherirVCraiiM-r has b-eii appoint-! turned to their camp at the Indian; -d deouty to finish the assessment of i villaKH Tuesday. Mrs. John Calvin, Uhe county for this year, ,y .s-ss-ir i mother of Mrs. !?:u!.bl,.;;elb. accoi,i-: i J. II. MeCu'nbin. Mr. MeOuhbin's I panii-d t hem ;-t health is not trootl and he thou-'ht it : 1) w' K,,, ,, , , ;i , I ' l'i---eieu.- ; ni'cessiirv tit taken i-e-r l t o. i , , .iti:i:oei in tiuailisr was llolll IMlsl- A partv ca:i.::.stin'r of the Me?sra. 1 ness in the eitv the first of the -.veelc 1 j hen Wiijiner, iv. Walker and War-: He says the crop pi-o.-jiti-ts were never ' re n Korsythc, and the Misses (trace letter. j 1 ratt. Alioea Gut, lielle an 1 Margaret Mrs. Pincklcy, ()f Josph, accom-; i Korsytiie s .,.t the day of the 0th at I panicd by a liltie 'rapdnieoe. Wa-- in ' row:: Wednesday (.n her Way home j from the celebiution held at Cove la.it ! ilmost unaniiteitslv 15 ' LlJl Expert paint maker have given the Heath & Milligan paints the best qualities they they could have. They are the kind of paints that stick and wear well. hi la!: and r. -port an enjoyable time. if .1... .. .! 1 . : t ..i l ' m . t me .-oooi iif-i-img jieio oil I I nesilay, u was en & "Em ire . n 2 lower No need of scUding1 away for seeds. We have any and', all kinds and they .wH grow too. Vt A. voted to ..iblish till! itth anil !t!tl m inul'i m tli- oablic school. Ti-e di ; iv. -tors bucked by the people toe tie I :.!.!.. .1 I l e - '. 1. 1 ; i . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ei i ui:n I lie -nui)is ol tllli-r E-i I o.ase liu II Ii? ap with the best. Knti.-i-prise did not celebrate tli? 4th i thi- yiar. A i'e'.v went to other towns . to .-eel: amusement , hut 'hmst people. stav d at lioine enjoyinj; the comforts j of th ir own tire sides niil coiitem-i j weeic. j .las. Wooih-ll, Sam Gaskill, L. ' , Morris and J. W. Kerns went down to ; Wallowa Sunday to seethe ball same. ! ami all report an interestiii: gr ille. j i Mrs. Xcllie Clark, who has brenj ! confined to her home for several weeks-: with rluunatism, ,,as..able io attend churcli Sunday cveiiu Gcorj;.! Hunt and son arrived pla-iin;.-the nod he rain was doing i inl town Monday. Mr. Hunt came for' his -in' health and to do si,m?:' for t h- coiin'.ry. Mr. and Mrs.' Job: I tlrumir.ins business. I r, , . , , 1 The Wallowa Valley Chapter No i Calvin, Lee and i -,. ...... ..... , .. , ,, ... , "in iioiii tiicu icuuir nieeiins; mil . red ( airm and Mr.ainl Mrs.Omnri, , 1(l , (l . , , . , , , , July All are reipiestcd to hi'. ulioletielil artembd the celebration. . . ,. ,. . . ; pr jsenl. i. i iiianise wet'K ami irt an enjoy d d- time. re- i Mr. Calvin ' .nil l;nniiy li-.eil -.it Paradise for seven I ars before ci i.ifns here, and it no The court has special business this ; week Ix-cause of the installing of the' county olliicers. prise edit seeni'd t ?v rjit-rii almost like'ito- j SJunHen tnv' on hand at tha .ug bij'.n. on a , isit it V. Co. !? ore.