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Wallowa chieftain. [volume] (Joseph, Union County, Or.) 1884-1909, April 24, 1902, Image 8

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LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Here We Come For
IN AND ABOUT TOWN.
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hoe Letteir
To The Chieftain Readers;
We have just concluded arrangements with W. J.
Funk & Sons of Enterprise. Ore. , whereby they contract '"
with us for certain goods we are to manufacture for them ,
exclusively, which includes Boots & Shoes, which they
are to have exclusive sale of in Enterprise a high grade :r"
all solid line of goods throughout, and from selected
stock on which we give them a guarantee on every pair as
to workmanship and material. Hence on every pair of
hoes you buy from them, you have a guarantee from one ,
of the largest manufacturers in the world of our class of
goods, i. e. Custom made Boots & Shoes, we standing
sponsor to you should W. J. Funk & Sons fail to live up
to their agreement with you. No offer of this kind has
ever been made by any other large manufacturer before,
and the name of 4,Giesecke" is in itself a guarantee, and
from past experience have no hesitancy in making this offer.
If you want a shoddy shoe for a price, do not buy oi:r
make of shoes, but if you want shos that will fit well, and
give a good account of itself in service A Cheap Good
Shoe, then buy our thoe from W. J. Funk & Sons. If
you want a medium shoe, ask them for oar "Shamrock" at
$2.75, if you want a work shoe, ask them for our 41 at
$ 2.25, and if you want a dress s-ho:,ask for our "King
Kind at $3.25 to $3.75.
Asa further inducement, when you buy a pair of shots
from these parties, ask them to let you register your name
opposite a number in their register book, and on December
24, 1902, take your number back to their store, and ascer
tain if you hare won a premium, for on that day, we will
telegraph them certain numbers we have selected, and
anyone holding any of said numbers will be entitled to
another pair or his money back for the pair ie bought.
Messrs. "VY. J. Funk & Sons will carry a . general line
of our goods and you can procure a shoe or boot from
$2.25 to $6.00. Give them a trial and take this letter
as a letter of introduction.
Yours very truly,
Giesecke-D'Oench-Hays Shoe Co.
St. Louis, Missouri.
Here's
Comfort.
Here are shoes that
are more comfortable
than you have been
wearing, because they
.H.
are built on natural
lines. No doubt about
thir fitting your foct, for
ve haye them in sever
al widths, and they are
all soft and flexible.
Easy to wear End easy
;to buy. Made for lad
ies, gents and children
W. J, Funk
, J ! LUJ BWgBW
8z Sons
Enterprise, Oregon.
Picked Up Here And There
By The Chieftain. j
i
i
rmnmininiiiiiniii' n r
$100,000 to loan at 7 per cent inter
est on real estate security.
C. T. McDas.-el
Dcrt't forget to register for the
election.
The lest grade ot salted peanuts at
the Stationery Store.
Dr. Temple made a professional
trip to Joseph Tuesday morning.
F. A. Clark and family moved out ,
to their ranch south of town last week. ;
Vr. Ault repoiU that Mrs. K. S. j
Francis is recovering from a svere
illness, j
Wade, the young son of Mr. and'
Mra. Jap Ellis has been quite sick fori
sevfral days.
Gardening is the principal occupa
tion of the majority of our town
people this week.
For Sals A second hand top
buggy. Inquire of
I. K. P:T2is, City,
i ' W. R. Holmes and family spent
Sunday visiting the family of E. A.
Holmes of Wallowa.
Tablets, pens, ink, school and color
ed crayons, pencils, sponges, etc, at
the Stationery Store.
! The Misses Eula Forsythe and
Jessie Imbier returned a few days ago
from a week's visit in Joseph. j
i Dr. Greeniee, the Joseph dentist,!
guarantees all his work to 1 first j
: claa.4, Modern dentistry a specialty, j
j Born: April 21, to the wife of B. I
i Y. RoLertson, a 1 abv girl. Dr. Ault j
' reports mother and child doing nice!
Sam Litch purchased a fine carriage
i last wek of the E. M. & M. Co., for
his wife's ' use. Sam is strictly up-to-I
dat
j Fr.mk Ott had his arm severely
scald one day hist week by slipping
and partially tailing into a vat of boil
ing beer.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Omar Stubblefield
started Satur'ay morning for the
; sheep c imp of It. F. Stubblefield, on
. the Cbesnimnus.
j Dr. Ault Siiys D. L. Reavis is recov
ering from his recent iUn-'W, but it
; will be sonif time before he will be
able to do any surveying,
j Miss Agnes Vest, who has been at
; tending the Walla Walla Business
College for several months, was a
passenger on Tuesday's stage en route
j to in r Iioin in Joseph,
j Miss Althea Gift of Smith Centre,
Kansa3, arrived in the city last Friday
evening. She is a sister of Mrs. W.
1 H. Wagner, and a school teacher by
' profession. She will soon begin
teaching in the Imnaha district.
James Halley, a prominent citizen
of Union county, uncle of Mrs. J;is.
i Woodell, was in this county the first
;of tiie we.-k visiting relatives and
; friend and looking fur a ranch for hi
j son whu wishes to locate in this
; county.
j The Misses Belle Forsythe and
Grace Pratt were in from Creightnn
Wednesday evening, where the form
er is engaged in teaching. They took
back With them some s.ilmon eggs, so
; we expect to soon hear of some won
; derful catches of trout.
Mr. Scott of Sheep creek was in
town Wednesday trying to find out
j "where he was at" in the matter of
j registering to vote, and transacting
i other business. Mr. Scott says Shep
j creek is a good locality and he is en-
: tirely satisfied with his surroundings.
I Mr. Hinshaw, a brother-in-law of R.
j W. Bloom, and Mr. Long, an uncle of J
B. T. Long, both of Ijwa, are at pres- !
ent visiting and looking over the
country. So far they are favorably
impressed with the appearance of
things and may conclude to locals in
this county.
Mes-rt. Lewis Page, Thos. Rich,
Mark Thompson, Frank Gillaapie,
Wm. and S. C. Himelwright of Park
passed through town Monday with
the Parkyn saw mill of Lostine, which
Thos. Rich will install on Grouse
creek in the Park. A saw mill will be
a great help to the people of that lo
cality. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Calvin, Frank
Reavis and W. S. Bnileigh went down
the river fishing last Sunday. They
caught 24 fine trout, and were them
selves caught in the rain storm. Chas.
McAliater was kind enough to bring
them and their wheels home in a hack
after they had all received a good
soaking. .,.-.
"iMillinery Opening, March 28
You are wondering what
sort of a hat to order for
Spring. We have a fine va
riety and a large stock of
pattern hats and will also
trim one just to suit you.
We'll tell you what they
are weariug at the fashion
centres and tell you how
cheaply we can furnish you
a hat that will be becoming
and fashionable.
Men's 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 day 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
fit you. Its like everything
else; its the "know how." .
Stock of Shoes
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 from a factory
where care in making insur
es economy. My prices are
as heretofore such as will
save money for you.
Paint for your house
Expert paint makers have
given the ;Hnth & Milligan
paints the ;be'sl qualities they
they couli hive. They are
the kind tfV.aints that stick
and weat 4dl.
arden & Flower Seeds
No need of seuding away
for seeds. We have any and
all kinds and they will grow
too.
Job SI
alvin
Enterprise, Oregon.

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