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LOCAL HAPPENINGS
(anon lhcfl fpra'rr.
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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 pt-rvi.t.
i.v.; K .! o.v - a Tr.ide i a trade" ami brothers and sister, beeomiiis there- v
heinvmUkVidnstUe store, i hv more close? v attached t each and I g to Congressman Mann, chairman j
1 i -.,-K-,.lIanJherd.-.th scents douhlv hard ' '- campaign committee. Mr. Can- f
s ;i will I plastered this. week and a ' to bear. She a :-u;Lfu! laeir :r
few day more will then be necessary of the Al.hr Slope Sabbath. Srho.,: ,
f.r the linal teacher on the front; which she always attended v.fcer j
windows. We expert to be in our health rmlited. j
n-. .v room lv one week from Saturday, j Life is n-.t measured by it lone:!. '
. .- . 7 i" ' n vears but hv the joy and help we!
1 o'.tsitv i terk Z-eher wa o?cfH. - ' ,
. ...... ' lend to those ao.ut u then how ;
Mo:i.sav as roieree in a co:-.set east-. ; .....
Chio-jr-v Nov. 21. Actio;., tv
K :'t:'-:iiin Congressional hh T"'
o: v'i.io and Miehican yesterday .
l;; v.i.: to clinch trie election of Cotv
e?fir!an Cannon a the Jif xt skater ;
k: tin 1 wc !l.e,:se ! Cor.gress. as the
.i.vesor of David B. Henderson, of.
l. w.i. The nominee will reiU:.re 1V4 .
s to control the caucus. Accord-'
-n h.s a total of nieml-rs ledj;-'
ti him in state caucuses an.l by
rfcau!. letters.
Land Office Business.
OUR BEST. COMBINATION
THE
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CHIEFTAIN I
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! CONKEVS I
jHoms Journal a
: ?: Fo:
a v t .
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i-tr.rneJ ?atu-il..y
usitiess tr;' to
where::: II. IV Akin was contesting
t't.e :".na'. j':o.
a r.iicli on
f of G.silas Bof.tian or.
Sneer1 creek. The cae
was .'.ro'oved however Ifcanse he was
now eon.piete in its iv.:-iKvn was t! -.
tirief earthly life of this loed o. t
By her st::;i:y, L-vaV.'ie di-nosition !v
was a constant delicht in the hor..e.
The . f.i'.lonirs i a report of the
i business transacted at the Y. S. land
.:Tioe uu-:r.j the mouth of OetoWr:
TiutUrand stone applications. lll:
. r.::.,t-.e
1 l:e E. M. A .Vi. CO. w
Bv her music which hei child tin:
ri-hial homestead entries. 131. ca'.l-
secure s,.me otitis witnesses. wm.. f u...- i.r UVV.Hi acre: anal liomes:ena
,i -'l'ruu?1" 1JUU trom or-ran or ,-ntries. 16. ealiinc for 2.4To acres:
h ,k ...o C..U...1C.,.. o ...e s:.e Has made parents, brothers a: o. es-rt land entries. 2; pKiieations for
. ..... . , v ' ;tt a verv lew oavs an tieai.t . , . , . . . : .... .
.. .,. a p.'se:.ger .o .. ... ' , PV" i s,sW4- Kh,w!miW ad frwnas uyr" 1 ' t-atents for n-.tneral land. 10: criein! '
stock o: l.aC:es. Miss-.- ana (.L'.ui.r.it , , . . , .. , . ,
r- , ,.4 TA.'-e- nd Fu- -'s t p-iec-: lWcar,r nd of hle d w ' mineral applications. 1: application
I'::,,: M,rt,n "J Vhe purchaser, w:", S"d lier jwence. : ,r is ,iated tract. 10: cash receipt
; i:;::: tin Fara.'.-sf coiti.try . , . . - ;m- r.rs: ber K-.bv 1-i.e ct-IJ l-.r : ieh 15J. amoantinc to i4P.lV.,i.
tne:n i-e:ore ssvsns ;rtr
l.ostitie
wr.
it ?-:attie. an ex
er has U-en ir. the
..c.e at
N.i.'v:t:'
F. M. -
F. A. Esstmir
t-rivtti hore '
v....ev severi uavs aiiu sueeeeU-.-i; lit
pi.k.v.c up a few tine ho a's. Mr
Jastatan says Va"oa Va'.iey is one
of tiu p.-e'tkst 5po: he l;a ever vi-
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! for ti.tlS acres.
r C.'li
it v.,
W. Ak:
wa .
1 : 1 0
. . :.r .
T. re-.
I...
' :rs '.is
m-.1 Tties- 1.:
... A iv ". .. . : i :
T'rttrs.'u
are a.. :n a
.1 i.t pre.i..-.-.!,:y
ill in.t
'.'n-st c. T.:.tv
c::y W
ii.'i.c tt.
?:m-e lirst her Iv.bv Uis cauld 1: :s.nV., loJ. amounting to fti'.O..
the words, not a uiitht have her ey.s calling fes 17.710 acres; applications
clos-.'d in sleep wril with mother u- ior cua'. land. 12; Fuiatilla land sales,
side her she has related the prayer 4.V am .ar.tinj to f 3.035 and calhn.c
first taitcht her.
" Now I lay me dswn to sleep.
I pray the Lord my soul to keep.
If I should die beiore I wake.
I pray thee Lord u:y soul to take
She lias Lin lur down to sleep t
. sx.tken it: -he arms of Him who s..i
In Bad Condition.
utter the :i
ctit.aren to c::
uuto n.e ana t.ci'ij them not. lor
s.iel. is the Kingdom of Heaven."
Tsrku art - arrr.
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Wont: a ir: "Prison.
:' I'nia::::- c;
. F. e Oari-si
A:ri-
ut'.'.ty. iuz
H rt if.. ;
H..rio.-v
The Ci.ronicie says: The city
LiGrai:d- is in a had shape. There
are more contagious diseas-s her
now than at any pievk.ns timo known,
and ii the truth were told tot more;
than ha.t tiie eor.tasious cases are ur
Jer qf.arantine. Half of the one
that are nnd-r ouarantine are not
. pr.pt-:'y attended. There is an iu-
t.i:i-e ;hw on i;and where a jiatient '
From j.reaev.t indications Tl.ar.i- arTerini with malicnuut scarlet iev-.r
fivtnc turkey? is Wjl'.a vVai-a i i was vistted i-y scores of peopl? Wi ore
y-..r will Ue r..t':ier scarce. I the quarantine lias: was jf.rt out.
j.avtr.i: orkrrs to till are txpcrienrtr There are several otlier case alrii.
e : .ietat.ir :r :.;;- iri get: in- .:; b t-d. Tliere is n r,-i'nr;t v. n.
p ::-.- it:.i " lit pr.oe otTcred now exe.--: srstem cr atrytLtnc ' Is-.' for t-niorc:-..:.;.-.:..
r.g ..rl . r 1 ; L : r : r year? li incut o: the he., t h res:;iati!iS.
-i a p i weight. 'V S.iv. I; lf a tr.jn' t!-.e way pub ic aftai-s
t ;j mer. kl:rr.l:.;.n j for turkey, are l.-i::g conducted in La'.ltatide. It
'o.tt 1. ; -e T.i-i : '.nz with pool s-...- i a disgrace that ptiVie oiUciais wi"..
e-s- " :-.:.! V"i '.'; a. lleury, nat:agr 1 no, do th--ir ditty or resii. It is not
the Wi.'.'.a Vwl-j n,..;.t compai-y t -' t'ue de-ire of this pap?r t'- iv 1..
lay. Th-re se.'ta t-o v f-w turkey h.-.rh. or to r.-ie a :V:-c alarm, but
ir. ti e v...-.y year, and :arn "' the condition is or.e that denianu a
have :-::y i or sale are hoi.lt;.; chtnee risiit away,
ttietn at stttl prices. We are j'..y;r.u ;
12; ceiits a pound live weigh: at pre--!
rt:t. We hav-; ,rle-s :'r .ur thj 1 Famous Hotel Burned,
tor s f-rai thousiiii. "mu Iron) prv--i.t ;
i -.1 i :. it i giif;g t-:- be a i:. r.i ;
u.atler :. to. even one-tntixl o: tneiu.
Walia Walla S:att-r.::.n.
:e .ay r. : -.::? tr-e pr.sor.er es
i frit:; tr.r Vr.ion ccuiutv iail by'
Mcaeham. Nov. 2. 1 a. m. '.
L z Cabin 'note! at tbis place was
t-r-.
Tu
w.
ies C' tne
e w.
tu- '- .v;a
w-re rtx
their deiar: a-e were
J.TieM.-l' aald cii-r.tr.t with n.ay
James Luwari-. ciiarg-.: witr.
s-,:- t. A- :"'.-lJ, otTen -.'
o: a serio.! u.are. it er:n? strange
: th-- '::o;;ld have us.ii-? this des-
t e lienor... op.f-: of. t;ut it is a ' ;,t.
r..i i..n-.--. "' and the c un:y wli! W the
; -.:.s:vr it they are n.it fotind I'r.iou
i.-t ut lie- n.
Tarl.c are M-aree
J'fhe f.-e b
iy tVst roved by fir tcnight
:,.ke out short Iv le!ore n:i-.i
night and in spite of the desperate ei
f or: on the part of the railroad men
and the eitts-nsto get it under con
trol the build-in;- and near'.v all it con-
the j ta
:ed were consumed.
Everywhere thr-j-ughou; ;he' north
wes. a eare:tv o: turkevs ior
Ti. .r r vi-i - Tii-kr.-f ir:. ,r' n T'ne L r C." In hotel is a famous "3
pr.ets are ruling tiign. There is a blc ! landmark. It m erected some years
demand fr-.ni Wh:i:i::on and Call- a;o at a ct of several thousand dol
forr.ia for the to iti-.:me bird and j Jars and slue completion has been tl.
wh ilr-ale d-aler jv ;.;.hv a bh-h Meoca of manv inour.-ain tourists.
nent. I'sualiv ab-.nU
1 ' I: was known all cverOr- gon and
i y.
v ::.r: ; her
: irri-i :; :::
..r.l..v.
-er.ts a t'-iur.d has 5-een a i;i.-h as the c.eisidered one of th in.t ictures
f ow" ret .;;,-J lJT ja :iie cities but ti is'q i places in the mountains. The 0.
yar it niay go to 2j cents Ashland ; F.. i N. has been usiug it for an eating
Tiding. j house for :ne time.
i New Capes New Jackets New Skids
1 M.
r-ror-ictor o:
at o-epit Wo a ;
i.n the Tiiil.y mccr.iug,
.ute tor Portland.
L. J. has h v:i b.:
-.'. -r.--g a !itir lot of ir
, wl.j fr-i-Ted -of hirt
c ::.tt.i ti.v Miltn- n-trs
M-s. Tlo-ey a:,j ti
: ir .iv; -tur M .ridar
1 ::., in Flu- V
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Just Received at
F. D. McCULLY CO.'S CASH STORE
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We received this week a ne line of
Fascinators. Fur 2J tiffs. Boas and Col
larette. Also a fu:l line of Sweaters
for Men slid 3oys. Cloaks for the lit
tle ones. Call in at-.l look over our line
of Heating Stoves and Ranre s.
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In a
Each for one year and a set of Cloth Bound
Books and one year's dernbe:ship
American Musical Association
the
ALL FOR $2.25
You are not limited to just one set ofixx)ks
but you may make your own choice from six
different sets. Here is a list of them and thev
speak for themselves.
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THhLF. MEN IN A BOAT Jerome K. Jerome
ELIZABETH AND HFB GERMAN GABDEV
HOI SE OF THE WOLF Staniev J. Weviii.-in
SIGN OF THE FOUR Con.., K
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U'"i ." VIr -Miss Mulock
r-KLTLH Book Washington Irvine
T fc SCAB LET I.KTTEB Nathaniel Hawtl , rZ
AUToCJIAT OF THE BREAKFAST-TABLE
Set Ko. Tootic -Masterpieces
I.ONOFF.LI.OWS POEM r
Holm fs' Ft 'EV's
WHITTIEI;-S 1 tal.MS
I.I CILF
THE I'RIXCLSS ...
. . H. W. Loiigiflloty
.Oliver W. HoIiubs
J. G. Whittier
Owen Meredith
. . .Alfred TeliDVien
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. , , -; By t he Author of ' Zoe"
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T-.'-M.' ;. Lewis Cairoll
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PILGRIM'S FltOGBESS ..
iMITATl 'N t"iF CHKLST
K l FT FR THE MASTERS FSE
I'AiLY FOt.il FOR CHRISTIAN-;
FARAF1SE LOST
John Bunyan
. . .Thomas a Kempis
. Frances K. Havergal
- - John Miltjn
The book- are all the standard literature of the
ace and securely bound in cloth, stamped in
colors of beautiful dtsi-.i and you cannot buy
them any place else on the market for less than
S2.50. They speak for .hemselves. Call and
see samples.
CONKEY'S HOME JOURNAL
was established in May, 1897, five years ago.
Its publishers have never swerved from their
original purpose of making it the best monthly
Home Magazine is.-ued.
The American Musical Asociatiou furnishes to every
memWr the same opportunity to obtain Shaet Music-Folios,
Instruction Books and other Music, Literature and Musical In
struments at the lowest manufacturer's prices, saving y'roiit
of the jobber and retailer. On sheet music aloiiE you obtain at
least 50 per cent discount from retail prices.
THE WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN
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.ii o.e c::y iue.iy.
o--:1 th- W:n. R avi pr
M..ke E'rterpri- their
B :s. a r -l; k,. v.vn c:.:
et.t i-.t the State N
lL'...'ai.-"' . gr.:s .ft tti M..t-:h-
:ty Monday.
I B Lr. -z h hi hi turk-y -i
the iuu.'vi -r y.irj in the '
tjwn WeHlrnisy aft.-r-. .
Te:::ple and Fred M..kin car:
the- hi nor ; the ..-hoot.
1 F. D. McCally Co.
the j . 1-
The Oeto-oons er.tertidned
B - ia tlJe city Monds.y i.it
sa-o. dances and a nnn Ur o: i. -ee-.
They sjeuied to le pr:"-..-,'y at h. :i.e j
-ind the foot lights.
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C. L REYNOLDS, Enterprise, Orogon.
. EXPERT
CB.xs.c3L "eweler
Fornnerlr with the Elgin Natiin::l Watch Co., feuber Hampden
Wiitch Co., Lancaster Watch Co. Elgin, Walthani and other
watches we sell. Rejiairing sjecialty. We guarantee our
watches and our work.
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fl seription to Conkey's Home Journal, a years membership
Is tii Pioneer and Ollicial Newspaper of Wallowa countv, giving
an i ne coirr.ty news and a full record of the proceedings ot tlie
c.-iii ty court and business around the Court House. The price
for the win.'. combination is $2 25 and no such an offer can I
eoualled any place in the United States. You will never again
havea chance to seet'.te so much reading matter for the price.
Hon't delay. We canuot say how long this offer will last. Call
or send at once.
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i Order Blank. ' f
J TO WALLOWA CHIEFTAIN,
1 Enterprise, Oregon. j
3 SILS: Please find enclosed iff .25 in payment for $
One Year s Subscription to The Chieftain, One Year's Su ?
to the Ame'iean Musical Association a id Pet No.
of .five books offered in your combination offer.
Yours Trulv
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