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FORTY FOURTH YEAR NO. 27.
OK MOON CITY, OKEdOX, I'M? I DA V, .JULY H, '.)().
FEW MISSOURI RIVER HOC8 ARE
SHIPPED OUT DUPING
WATER MELONS ARRIVE
VrgrtdUlea Are Plentiful In the Local
Markets String Deans and Pen
Are Finding Qood Do.
Tin' iiiiti lii't ur mi tin of t 1 1 (imln
hitn ri'tiiiiliii'tl llliiliiinr.oil lliiouylioill
tho week, while I In' Inferior rhiHHi-s
llHVK lll'l'lllletl 'I III' Hllll'li;i' In n
receipts mi ciinimri'i with ,n Ih
dun In I tin fiirt I hill ilii'fi' were fewer
MIniiiiii'I River Iiukm shipped III.
t'nllfiiriilii fnillK nm itrrl vttitt dally
Wittorini lulls hiivn been shipped jn
during tin' piiHl'fnw days, mid n(e
lirlntfliiit hlnh prln'H
(lii'Kiin peaches i,f in tvirly variety
hum been ri'ri'lvi'd from t'tinliy 'I'll r
It (jimhI crop liiin year.
Vogoialiles urn plentiful In lli lo
r.il markets. Hiring hemm iiiii pen
llll' tlllllllll? ItlMliI )) i it 11 t .
I Mry dealers II ml no dlrlli'iilly In i
moving llinlr stink i.f ehiikeiw liii-Ho1
iluyn. I li'nx Mini Spring, except t h ii '
very mini 1 1 mien. 1 1 readily lit tup'
AlllMISl t) I, lily lilKllllI'MH l'lH.r(di
III llm wheat itiiiil:i nf tlio Ninth.
West lliln i'i !( wan tlnioi ly Piitret I
Kuiiiiil miller, ulin ur- mid tn Inve
paid up to m; I 2 ei'iiin fur ti I it . t ti .
Till it Ik (si it In itii'nti titey have huiiii
tliuir shipping tniHiiii'Hs In iitiiit, The
lurnl dialer rmilil lint tr would (Kit .
compote iiKHlimt the,, lil.lu. thi'lr mil ;
niil II 11 l( lii'lnu sr. i-onii. Tin' Cull '
fiirnln miller inn iikiiIii lii'L-inniiii; In
luiw NHiiiii liili'i'i.iii 1111,1 i,rj iilhl.Mng,
I'llt tin hiinliii'im Is kiinv. 11 In lit! v ;
b worked nil Hniillii'rri ncroiini I'l
milling mini"; thotiith some fe.-d
w heat I1111 lii'i'n tnlicii (;ir shipment .
Hutu inn Mtcndy at tho quotations i
Hint have prevail.',! Maltirdiiv.i
Imt thn ili'iniitiif Ii United llarley
In very dull. I
I ' ' f J
LEONARD W. HI LEY, 0. D-, Pres.
dint uf the McMlnnvllle CollcQf
will talk on "The Ideal education,"
during the Chautauqua session.
MRS. M. W. JACOBS
SAW FIRST FOURTH
PORTLAND WOMAN ATTENDED A
CELEBRATION HERE 64
Mm M. W. .lai'olm, of I'lirilnnd, wiih
a untiilili' vlHltnr 11 1 tin- rrrriil ri'lc
liiHllnti of llin Konrth nf July 11 1 Din
nun City, iiiul nnipli'd 11 nut of i,.nor
mi llm plutfnrm t tli imlilli' i'Kit
clwii In tin. rliy pink-. Klti' wiih tlif
KiH'itl of It.'v. iiikI Mr Wlllliim A.
rrnrlor wlilli' In llm rliy,
Mih. .Iiimlm Is nl.oiit 7:1 jfurn of
HKi'. Kin' Is nini of tin- fow tvomni
IvIiik who iihhIIi'i l llm ci'li'lirutlnn
of 1 1st first pliiiiui'd Knurl h of July
cnliOinilloii on tln l-iic lllf Count. TlilH
wn i',t yt'itrs ni!i. wTn'ii Mrs. Jitrolm
wits iiliin yi.iiH of nK. Tli ei'li'l.ra
tlmi of is lii wim 11 HinitH aHuIr r'liu j
pitri'd Willi liit MoiiiIiiv'm nlnrrvniHi), 1
hit: piiirl'iiUiu w'hh i-xltllillt'il In no
llltli' d.'cri'i.. At Hint 1 1 mi' tln ri'fl
dfitiH tif Ort'Kn .Cltv tti-rti In dnitlit
wlnulii'r tlii'y wnrii llvliiif 011 AniiTlcnii
or llrlllfh noil, I, hi flu. I'tili.il Ktiil.'K
IlitK wim rttlHi'd mid wiih (sivon 11 na-
liltii Mrs. .IiiiiiIis Ih it survivor of
tlm V lili Hint! miiMiirrn Slit- Ih in
I'Hi'i'lli'iit lii-itlili mill Hplrlls, imtwltli
Htniidiiic ln-r mlviiiit'vd yi'itrs.
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE COME
TO OREGON CITY FOR
PARADE RNE FEATURE
I ' m " A !
REPUBLICANS WILL MEET SAT
URDAY TO ELECT ASSEMBLY
THE SAME DIRECTORS
MARKET REPORT j
Quotation furnished liy Oreitoii CUjr 1
Crnlii Wlii'iil, Siifisr.c wt lnmln'1: j
I'.tlH, VAV pi-r ton; luirli'V, :'tl per'
ll.'Ht tlovi.r. ni'W, Sy lit pi.r ton.!
Hmotlty, I7 iinit:0 00 pt-r ton; Rrnln j
(Cotiilntird on f'aKO 6 ) J
Carll Lesves for Detroit.
tlr. V. E. Cnrll l. ff WndniHilny for
Ik'lrnlt, Mich., to Rtti-iid thn tlrnnd
Uidi!t of 1 in llcni'voli'iit and I'roti'c
tlvt OrdiT of ICIkH. ami will In' 11 It-
sent Kt'vernl wrecks. Ho h the of-
fli'lnlly itri ri'dlied delento from Ore
Kim City Uiilun, No. ns'i Dr. I'.trH's
iniiyontliy tltltles ivlll he timeu euro
nf by Wlllliim Anil'is iii, ptiulileiit of
the city ciHiin l. dnrlMi; the foiiner H
xtity lit tho i;Ht.
SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF PUBLICITY WORK BY OREGON
CIY COMMERCIAL CLUB.
AMOUNT EXPENDED TOTALS $4864.00
Daring Slide for Life, R.iccs and
Sports, Water Carnival' and
Fireworks Made Good
IRVING M. GLEN, murr.il director
I at the University of (Jrtnon, will
with perrect weaili.T, the Htm xliy-' be the soloist at Chautauqua
ly cnniliiK over (lie hills nini Kntiliii.llv
wihiiiIiik tho c'ii Wch of the piitrl'iflei " " '
helili, the Krealem Koi.lth of July i A fl ATIH W Fl PfTC
celeluiitioii yremm City hits ever had njJU V,rl 1 'V'1 -'S.lylJ
cniiiiiienced Moiidity innniliit! with
Itolny kuiih, us ii IKHik suliile In the
lilillnliiy of the tuition.
Ileforo !l o'clock from every
coiner of ClurkiiimtH Cuiintv, iiml from
I'nrlliind, penple cimie. Tito lllnll-
way endhi lino tlri'i'.nn City were
Murk wltTl t-iiiTliiiieH nnd iiulotnie
Idles, llll lllled with llltppy faced peo
ple, eiiiter to nlilaln nil silvantitKeouH
IhihIHoii to wltiieHH the minister pit
rnd", which, iiiuler the active perHua
Klnii nf (ir.tnd Marx hnl It II. Ileiitlo
nini his 1 1 1 1 1 h of HHslhtaiits. moved
promptly on schedule time. The
IiiiihIh of iiinnlc from Aurora, (iswetto.j
Molalla mnl firi'Kon City pitnnled up
nnd down the main Hlr-jetH of the city.
plnyliiK niitrflul ulrH, w'.tlch served to
Htlr up the eulliiixlaKiii of the crowd.
Jimt In-fine lit o'clock the IiIk par-
tide was fnrineil on Thirteenth street,
off of Main, nnd with hands pliiylitK,
acs flyliiK anil Hie crowds rheerliiR,
Hie Hue of marrli swung Into Mi!ln
Htreet nnd turind south for the lirHt
Kllmp' of the wallliiK throitK.
Auloinolilles Willi hrltht decora
lloliH. the iuilliui.il cu'irdsnien with
FIRST MEETING IS HELD
HISTORIC HOME OF
The first meeting of tl mer.iliers
of tilt) McUniKhlln .Memorlt! AnsiKla-
' Hon In the fully r-'Htorcl historh.'
home of )r, John MclA)in;iiiu was
held Thursday ovenlnR. Till" was
the minimi meeiliiK and the nine trus
, tees of the orKitiil.atlnn wtv r 'icct
' ed, as follows: K. (!. Cjun' ld, Hev.
I A. lllllelirand, (ietirve A. HarJIiu.
(Joseph E. Iledsps, Charles il. bye.
K. 10. llrodie, t;eore II dimes, Kred
lerh k V. Ilolnmn. Dr. An Ire C.
I Smith. The trustees el-n-d rhe fnl-
HARD FIGHT PROMISED
Anti-Assembly Leade.-s Lay Their
Wires to Prevent Nomination
of Party Ticket J. L. Kruse
In every preein'-t of Clarkamas
County ihero will ha prim.iri;;t held
next fiat unlay at 7 p. m., by the Hn
puhllcans 10 select deleKat"S to the
county assembly, which will e held
In tlrecnn City Haturday, Ju'y IC.
There will lx 2?.0 deleKiites In the
asKemhly, which Is called at tlio in
siaiice of the county central commit
tee, which adopted the Gibson reso
lution providing for the election of
u'i iltilegatea from Clackamas County
to the State assembly at Portland,
"and for such other matters as may
legally and regularly come before the
It Is this last clause that hm stirred
up trouble In the camp of the anti
UHsomblyltes. With this fancied loop
hole they believe the assembly peo
ple will attempt not only to select
the 55 delegates: to the State assem
bly, but will also nominate a county
ticket. This latter action wott'd se
riously disarrange the plans of the
gentlemen who are ' candidate for
offices and who have publicly de
nounced the whole assembly .ociiemo
as an attempt to return to th.) eld
days of "ring" conventions. U'lth
this bugaboo Irt Bight there Is a
great deal of work being done to In
fluence the Republicans in every part
of the county to select delegates to
the county assembly who will he hos-
i , y
j Oregon Historical Sri, t,,
DR. D. F. FOX, who will deliver two
lectures and a sermon at the com
ing Chautauqua assembly.
CAND1ACY AT SALEM
OREGON CITY MAN IS AFTER RE
LIFE OF YOUNG FARMER OF CA
RUS IS TAKEN BY CURTIS
SELF DEFENCE CLAIMED
Considsrable Mystery Surrounds the
Tragedy, as There Were No
Witnesses Helvey Held to
IowIiil' ottlcers: K. tl. Ctni'l,.il nr.l.
preclHo military Ktep. uniformed ; ,,.nl . Hev. A. Illilebrniul vie tueKl-
iiiiiiiis, spieniii'l limits of. business , i'hrt. ( catiiield trea..irer The ,ile 10 tne assembly movement, with
hoiiM.'H, fraternal oii:aiil?ailons ami , tK W.IK w,, B(t(M1,i,.j 1)V , the expwlation that after the dele-
rommercliil and luiprovenient clubs. ; am ,,. wh0 have t.i. n a deep Kates are seated they will orooed
ofllclals of the state, county and city nm lu.(ve t,.ri.fit u t'ie restorallon lo "a(', resolutions denouncing the
in carriages, the Liberty car, with f ,u. no. aml ,n( v0,,m-a c hib assorobly and then adjourn, without
Queen I.etlm mid her maids of honor, 0f Oregon City Vas tend-.ed a vote ' ev'n choosing the delegates to the
all drew tho plaudits of the crowd as ,,akB In appreciation nf tlio wotk s,Rte assembly.
the par,,. .. marched and counter- u hllH ,lune ,t.lllinf,IIlg .! J. L. Krt.se. a farmer of Wilsonville.
tnnrched to he city park, where the rtml,H Mr j w S()rr, fc,.i am, memher of ,he ,PRl8lat.(, ge8l
' " i""1"- dent of ttie club, ,,-;wm. and re-;lon of 1D0U Is out with a circular
After the music by the bands, nnd sismded. President lanti'-ld gave n letter that was mailed to every Re-
.. IH1I.C1U...I1 i.) uev. n 1 1 1 nini a. , uriet review or me enortii t.f the pnnncan voter in Clackamas County,
Proctor, the Declaration of ndeiend- Irtisteea In having the historic biilid- with the avowed intention of defeat
ence was recited by Miss Mary Klleit lug reston-d. Mr. and .lr.. .loseph ing the purpose of the Republican
lying. The anniuincenieiits were Alldrodge have been f ns':ed ns rare- Assembly that has been called to
made by O. P. Kby, president of the takers of the structure and they will meet at Oregon City on Saturd'y.
day, and Mrs, U'ott pesljirzes, ne- occupy the upper ttHr of the build-: July IS. to select delegates to the
coiiipaiileil by a chorus, sang "Star Ing. The lower door will be reserved State Assembly at Portland. Kruse
Spangled Hnniier." The oration was for the Inspection of the public, and Is actuated by the fear that the as
tlellvereir by Hon. Charles V. C.allo- It Is the Intention of the .Memorial , senibly will attempt to nominate a
way, of Salein, who was In splendid Association to secure relics of pio-; county ticket, and he Implores every
voice. Every word of his speech of neer days and place them in the ; Republican to attend the precinct pri
piitrlotlc fever was heard even to building. It is nrolialile that some maries next Saturday and send nVle-
the extreme edge nf the crowd and he of the original furniture and the piano1 Rates to the county assembly who
iretpteiiiiy imcrrupiutl ny liursis lived liv Or. Mc Loin: in w be se-i will act 111 on post Ion to the whole
of applause. , cured. Last night's meeting was held plan, which was recommended, 'hv"
In the room that Ir Mclaughlin ti-ed, , 1
ns an olHce and in which be died. I (Continued on page -L)
County Judge Grant Ii. Ditnick, of
Oregon City, has filed with the Sec
retary of State his intention to be
come a candidate for Governor on the
Republican ticket, declaring that he
places himself before the direct pri
mary for nomination.
In his declaration he says he isj
opposed to extravagance in appro
priations as -well as the creation of
additional berths for salaried officers,
boards and commissions. He states
he is in favor of a more uniform
stystem of highway building and that
George Smith Is dead at hi. home
near Carus, and his murderer. Curtis
E. Helvey, Is in the county Jni!.
Helvey fired three shots at Smith
Thursday night, otil" one cf thun
taking effect, the last bullet pacing
through the unfortunate man's body
and piercing the hearc
The trouble between th-: two men
arose last fail, wnen Helvey tin. I
Smith had some word nt a dance.
Smith was the bigger man of the two,
and Helvey was no iiiaU'it Tor him
In a fistic encounter. It ,8 s;:H that.
Helvey became angered at Smith's
attentions to Miss II?lve, hut tbe
family of the mtfrturer denies the
existence of a women in the case.
Further trouble ensued Saturday night,
at a dance at .Mr-shborgfrr's place,
where Helvey was floor manager, and
he states that Smith sent him word
that "he would beat him to death"
it he came to the dance. Rut Helvey
was there and his frl?n.ls were in th.)
majority, and the promised bi'-atlni;
According to the ;,tory of Helvey
he was sick Thursday and spent part
he w-ill nnnoite nnv attemnt t.. liuairtw
' - . , naa o.i:iv niuraiiiv aim h;iii pari
the direct primary or the Initiative I of the dav shootini ernv ynnirrels
and referendum. v't.-i? be was at supper tt - vening
He states lie desires to have the the report came to the house that two
lonowing written after Dls name on! colts had broken into a field of grain
the ballot: "Republican who Indorses
the primary law and strict ecunomy
in public affairs
EAKIN DECIDES . FOR QUINN.
(Contli.ued on Pnge A.)
Detailed Account of City and Cointy Advertising Is Submitte
By Committee's Representative.
ny jnn.i union tu tue mounters or : mm articles, nono nf which has caused
the Publicity Coininllleo mid thojthu expenditure of money. To give
i.'niiu oi Aiivinurn, i wiih, on nuircii f , i iiii iiueiptiitr Itlea, I will state that be
idhi. eiecieii in mi out t iii. uiioxpiii'iii iween March 6 mnl Juno 25, Inclusive,
ii'ilil oi ill) preiioeesHOl-, All. n, ". IllelO III1VO lippi'llll't 11 total Of ill 4
Davis. My term expired Juno 1. At, linear Inches, equal to n Utile more
a ineciiug or tne until oomiiiitioo hem ; than 71! feet Tim plan bus been adopt
.May .hi, i was coutinuou in tne nlllco oil of preserving all of these attlcles
""'I J"y ' , "1 a scrap hunk, which will ho vulu
I no total receipts of the olllco fiiini nhlo for futuio reference.
nil sinnces, from July I I, I'.lit'J, to An alphabetical index of nil corn's
Juno V,, I'.MO, worn IS(il.i;r.i pelitlelils, together wit ii their lltldres-
lotitl or nil wiiirniils bsuetl ;w:ili.7i hoh lias been preparetl. Carbon copies
Hal on liu ml In hunk July 1. 10:7.!ir. I of nil loiters written to correspondents
Total amount of pledges unpaid to t who iniiy become settlers hero are
"" liS.mtj kepi on lllo; a similar plan is followed
Since .laundry I, llllu. this olllco has for nil business ciirreHiionili'iice. The
received 1IIS7 letters of Inquiry, Of J work of tho olllco hits been carefully
this number, Mr. Davis received 515
and I received 84'.'. in addition lo
those, n largo number have been sent
out to iidilrosses furnished by tho
Portland Commercial Club.
There has been paid out for KiihI
ern advertising since, March 7, lit It),
$l!l2.t'.7; for advertising in tho Port
land Sunday papers, to the Ore
gon City Courier, $iltl.,'ll).
Your comnillleees appropriated $2i)t)
to defray tho expenses nf tho Wlllnin-
olte Open River Convention, hold In
this city April 27, l'.HO. ly the report
which was submitted May till, It was
shown that, after all bills were fully
paid, I here wits nil unexpended lull
unco of $7 80 nnd that I ho expenses
therefor were only J125.20. The bal
ance was returned to the credit of
Hie Publicity Fund.
Hot ween January 1 and 10, sales of
property to 55 newcomers to Clnrk-
s.vsteniiillzed nnd kept up tu ditto,
Recently you Authorized and enter
ed Into a contract with tlio Portland
l number of Commerce for no exhibit
from Clackanias County, to continue
for the remainder nf this year In its
headquarters al Portland, Owing to
lite hacKwiii'iliiess of tho season, nor
hups, anil to lethargy as well, this ex
hibit Is not yet full. However, I am
assured that this county nnd Colum
bia County tiro the only ones who are
really doing anything thus far.
A harmonious feeling exists be
tween your body and tlio commercial
organizations of Portland, which
should continue, for it will etuuv
greatly to the benefit of Clackamas
In the past year tho groundwork
has been laid for great results from
publicity work, and It Hhoiild bo con
tinued. Oregon Is nwakenod ns never
before, und all other communities pre
ainas County amounted to nearly J2nn
mm, and their advent, ih largely duo engaged in tho work. Oregon City
to I ho work of thePiihllolty Popart-! nnd Clackamas County owe II lo theni
"ii'"t. j selves Hint they keep in tho llmelighl.
.viuny iiiiiiiiu'h oi ineriiiiire nave i nhi uepariment Is free from debt
been distributed Ju' various localities:
Hlnco Mirch 1.
This olllco was of nuilorln! assis
tance In the United Census of 1III0.
In I ho lino of tiew spniiaer publicity
fur Oregon City mid Clucknnuis Coun
ty, this office has boon Instrumental
in causing tho publication of nnmcr-
Most of tho contributors to tho nub-
llclly fund have been commendably
prompt In paying their obligations.
Kor mysiflf, I am constrained lo say
us lltllo as possible. I have failhrully
tried to discharge my duties
(Continued on jingo 4.)
Chautauqua WiM Open Next Tuesday
Exceptional Pine Programme Is Arranged For Annual Assembly for
13 Days ot Gladstone Park.
Canemah Resident Will Regain Pos
session of River Front. .
Circuit Judge Eakin has' decided
the suit of W. W. Quinn against the
Willamette Pulp & Paper Co.. in which
he claims one and one-half acre of
laud on the Canemah rlrer front, of
which the company has taken pos
session. The decision gives Quinn
possession of the land, $100 damages,
and $20 per month rental from Jan
uary 8. 1906. It Is probable the com
pany will file notice of appeal to the
Supreme Court. O. D. and D. C. La
tourette represented Qilinn, and
Franklin T. Griffith is attorney for
the paper company. '
and the father of Helvey and a young
er brother went out to drive the ani
mals out of the grain field. After
he had finished supper. Curtis went
out to help his father and brother, and
he was going along the trail when
Smith sprang out from behind a tree
and brandished a big club.
"If you hit me with that, I will
shoot you," said Helvey, but Smith
struck, and Helvey drew his revolver
and fired, with the Intention of break
ing the arm of his assailant. The '"
first two shots went wild and then
the men clinched and pressing the
barrel of the gun against Smith's
body, Helvey fired the fatal shot. He
then returned to his home and asked
his father to telephone the sheriff.
Sheriff Beatie drove out to the
Helvey place, 11 miles' from Oregon
(Continued on page 4.)
HAVE YOU BEEN
THIS IS THE TIME AND THE CHANCE AND YOU ARE
THE GIRL-SEND IN YOUR NAME TODAY
Opening Day, Tuesday, July 12, 1910.
10:00 Invocation, by Rev. F. T. nowon.
Chemnwn Indian School Rand.
Address of Welcome, President J. H. Ack
ormnn, State Superintendent of Public
Organization of Classes and Announce
1:00 Concert, Journal Itnnd of Portland.
Reading, Mrs. Anna White Stillman, of
tho lilllosple School of Expression.
2:00 Lecture, "America Among the Nations,"
- Pr. Wont worth F. Stewart, of Petroit.
3:30 Husebnll, Chomawa vs. Honoymau Hard-
7:00 Concert, Journal Rand.
8:00 Lecture-Recltul. Maud," Irving M. Glen,"
of tho University of Oregon.
Second Day, Wednesday, July 13,
11:00 Lecture, "What tho Jew Has Pone for the
World," Pr. Madison C. Potors, of New
1:15 Chomawa Indian School Band.
Solo Irving M. Glen.
2:00 Lecture, "How America is Repeating the
Mistakes of History." Pr. Madison C.
Peters, of Now York.
3:30 Baseball, Gladstone vs Clackamas.
7:15 Chomawa Indian School Band.
8:00 An Evening of Mirth, Mystery, and Magic.
Edwin Brush, the Prince of Magicians.
Third Day, Thursday, July 14.
11:00 "The Home Sanitarium," Pemmistration
by the Nurses. Br. Lena K. Sadler, of
1:15 Chemawa Indian School Baud.
2:00 "Amerlcanltls," or the High Pressure Life.
Pr. William S. Sadler. .
3:30 Baseball, Chemawa vs. Eagle Creek.
7:15 Chemawa Indian School Band.
8:00 Solo Irving M. Glen.
Dramatic Reading, "The Sign of the
Cross." Sarah Mildred Wilmer.
Fourth Day, Friday, July 15.
11:00 "Mental Hygiene," Br. William S. Sadler.
'Healthful and Beautiful ' Press." Demon
strations (women only), Dr. Lena K.
t: 15 Chemawa Indian School Band.
2:00 "Accidents and Emergencies," or "What
to Do Till the RocIot Comes." Pemon
stratlous by the entire Sadler's Company,
3:30 Baseball. Gladstone vs. Honeyman Hard
7:15 Chemawa Indian School Band.
S: 00 Illustrated Lecture. "Child Life in the
Slums." Br. William S. Sadler.
(Continued on Page G.)
$425 EILERS PIANO IS THE PRIZE
A Magnificent Instrument With Unconditional Guarantee
Will Be Given Away By This Paper.
The Enterprise lias announced onei have to work to save enough to buy
of the fairest and most liberal PRIZE I the piano any other way? Win it
OTINC. CONTESTS ever conducted by doing a little work for the Enter-
by any newspaper in the state. The
prizes will be awarded entirely on a
basis of merit. They will be given
to the ladies that have won them by
turning in the largest number
The contest can hardly be said to
have started as yet The young lad
les are just beginning tu have their
names entered and are planning their
The winner of the grand prize may
not have entered yet. There is plen
ty of time to enter. If your name is
not in the list of contestants, send
it in at once. Nominations can be
made any time. Just write us your
name and address stating you wish
to enter the contest. We will do the
Read the conditions carefully and
prepare for a winning campaign. Send
for a receipt book and start asking
your friends for their subscriptions
and their help in getting subscriptions
from other people.
That IJ25.00 Eiler piano Is a splen
did instrument. Sweet toned, high
grade In every respect, sold under an
unconditional guarantee, it is worthy
of being installed In any home in the
city or county. How long would you
prise in about five weeks. Every
willing worker is sure of some prize
worthy of her efforts.
Orders for the prizes will be given
of i the successful contestants at the
close of the contest, as awarded by
the judges; same may be used by
the contestant or disposed of as she
Above all things 'do not get dis
couraged because someone has a few
more votes than you have. Someone
may make a spurt, but there, will
necessarily be many changes in
standing during the contest. Pledge
your friends to your assistance, or
ganize your teritory, and your
chances for becoming a winner "will
be vastly augmented. The one you
least expect help from is often the
one that will help you most. Let
none escape your polite request for
a subscription. No one will feel of
fended at your asking them. Most
anyone can spare $1.50. and some
will pay you as readily for a two-year
Standing of Candidates.
The contest is just opening up.
Many new names will appear yet, and
possibly most of the winners are' not
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THE PASMORE TRIO WILL APPEAL FOUR TIMES ON THE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAMME
SAVE THE COUPONS
Save the Coupons and Nomination Blanks for one of your
friends in the Contest. Only a little act of kindness, but it will
be appreciated by some young lady who has entered the contest
to win the $425.00 piano or a scholarship prize. It will help
her. The little things all count in life's work and also in this