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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1911)
MORNING .ENTERPRISE, THUKHDAY, JUNE 48,y19H
Society Brand Clothes
ircftylcd,' thaped and built especially for the Young
jnerican Gentlemen. They individualize his appear
,Dce. They add gracefulness to his proportions, re
finement to his "lines" in a degree not attained in
other ready madeclothes. In addition, they represent
the highest type of tailoring and fabrics. For sale at
Suspension Bridge Corner
WEST SIDE CLUB TO '
HAVE NEW 'HUM
MEMBERS TO PRESENT PLAY TO
RAISE MONEY POR
aln With Paver Hie Suit"
Im Wlitlmrt end nn, Ruaaell, of
Toledo, arrived In Oregon City on
Tueaday evening, and are visiting the
former; parenta, Mr. anil Mn. (Jeorge
Wlshait. Mr. Wlahart Is mayor of
Toledo, and la In ilia drug litiHlnt mm at
that il a re. He formerly resided In
Mra. John l-ixler and son Jack, left
on Mondu i-venlng for Peoria, fJI.,
her they will vlitlt Alra. Mary Mc
Intyrn, fofiiifny a resident of tbla
rlly. They will visit at Springfield,
III., and at HI, lunula, Mo., before re
turning home. Mra. lHler and eon
will remain away for about two
month. They accompanied the Cau
flt'ld family aa fur aa C'hlcaKO.
The Weat Bide Athletic Club, which
wka organized about els months ago,
and la compoaed of about 40 member,
la arrnnglng to erect a building of Its
own. The present one the club I oc
cupying la fitted up with gymuaatlo
appuratit. A young Indie' auxiliary
haa alwi been organized, which meets
at the Club building.
The nreHldxnt of th club la Harry
Melvln; secretary and treaaurer, Otto
llunmui: athletic Inatructor, Charles
Freeman. . Much Interest ta manifest
d by the member, and the meeting
are larguly attended.
The club la planning to put on
play In about two week at the Welt
Fide achool houae, and the proceed
will go toward the building fund.
Thar war nearly 600 car of all
make, slzea and designs from the
tlnleat little electrical runabout to the
large and stately limousine and the
ponderous- motor truck, a grander
pectacle In the -world of Industry ha
not been aeeo here, and It haa re
mained for Portland to establish a
now record for the entire country In
the magnitude of the decorated turn
Borne of the entrlea In the competi
tive claaae nave been the work of
ducoratore for aeverai day past, and
number of cara repreeent an outlay
of more than $1000 almpiy In the em-
bellUhmeuta put on them for the af
ternoon' proceloo. i
LOCAL ORDERS TO BE IN PARADE.
Rd Men and Degree of Pocahonta
To Prnt Play.
A large crowd from this city will
go to Portland tonigni. ceverai oi
the various orders will take part In
the big parade. The Improved Order
of Red Men will take part In the Ked
Men exercise on the Heat Bide, when
a play will be given by the Red Men
and the Degree of Pocahontaa. Tnis
Is the first time this play haa ever
been given In Portland by the Oregon
City bodge, and a large crowd I as
sured. The Degree of Pocahontas
members will wear their beautiful new
robes for the first time In public.
STARTS AT 0. A C.
THE PREVAILING. TASTE.
Natty Sailor Style In Collars. Blouses,
Tie and Sheas.
Among tentative suggestions for
tailor made effects Is the increasing
use of very large embroidered arrow
bead on the smooth finished fabric.
Tbe prlncms allps now worn under
sheer lingerie gowns have developed
through their dalntlneas of decorations
of lace, embroidery and stltcbury Into
lovely foundation for lb filmy robes
worn over tbetn.
Tb new delicate cbstnpsgue color
"goes with" every color of gown so
James Mitts, of Needy, waa In
city cm Tuesday.
. I 1 Mil.. -.. MW.H.A
Great ssle on an mniinvij a'"""-
, Zllrl. of Mctlalla, wa In this
,j Wednesday 11 ni """""
(ry hl reuuet-d at Mls C. 5old
C.B. AuMln. of-Motalla. was trans-
tIB bulnaa IT! tnia city on eu
r King, who haa been visiting
Lfimlly at Mount Pleaaant. haa re-
krwd t" Waanington.
n. v k Hoinmrf. formerly of Ore-
La Cltr. ha moved hla office to 1017
or belt liuiiumg. rnnii.
)0aj Kther Levitt went to Port-
M on WedneaUay. wnere sue win
itrlilvr and friends aunng me
Mr. and Mr. Hugh Hemdry have
Ufa the Uoltberg bungalow uu
hrukiagton atreel between Nintn ana
itik street e.
tit ljin haa aone to Portland
lawtae will remain for several day
Uri.. ii.. nut khow. ana win vian
ather, Mr. A. Johnson,
fjoka M. Dickinson. Sr., of Horlng
Vtla this cliy on Tuesday and Wed
tiny on biialnesa. and returned It
L tome on Wedneaday evening.
Iy iterilia Miller, of Marquam,
hMki been attending the regon City
tk BchiHd. haa gone to Marquam
he the w ill spend a week.
LCqj Urklne and Sherman Miller,
Mtrouam. oaaaed through this city
L Wednesday for Portland, wbert
will attend the Hose Carnival
I . C. Nelson, one of the well-known
Vndi-ni. of Aurora, waa In Oregon
fctT oa business Tuesday, returning
Ira Wednesday. ',,
and Mra. E. 8. Bollinger, of
Ibnlanri. were In thla City on TueB-
Wr avanlnr havlnv com her to at
tbe Congregational nrotherhood
I Urt. C. II. Caufield and daughtera
IIhm K.tna and Clara, left cm Mon
rivenlnv for a trio East. They will
Mt In llllnnla ' Iloaton. Mass.. and
r nlarea of Intereat befora return
X They will return boma by tha
Dr. Ea V. Tuttle. Oateopath. 628
rtium nida.. Portland, at Mra. a..
1 Zlmmerman'a raaldenca no. pu
ft a, W'ashlnaion. Tday and rn
ar. Acute and chronic diseases
htd at home or offlca. Pbona Main
L H. Holaclaw WTlved la Oregon
Pi this week from Wichita. Kansas,
M ha opened a bttalnesa eatabiian
Iwit st No 114 South Main atri
F- Holaclaw will make a apeclalty
tinrv rhimnava and fireplaces, ana
k to this city with the highest
NEXT MONDAY ALUMNI DAY AND
The commencement week axerclaes
of the Oregon Agricultural College be
gan Wedneaday evening with the
graduation recital, achool of music
The last day of the exerclttea will be
next Tueaday when the commence
ment proper-! held. The program
for the week followa;
Wedneaday. June 7
8:15 n. in. Graduation Helical
School of Mulc.
S:I5 p. in. Senior Play, "Harbara
Saturday, June 10
11:15 p. m. Junior
uuday. June II
11 a. in. Haecalaureate Sermon by
tilahop II. (2. Waterhouae, I). D..
of the Metbodlat Kplscopal church
South. Han Antonln. Texaa.
8 . m. I'nlon Services. Corvalll
churchea. College Gymnaalum.
Sermon by lllahop Waterhouse.
Moiidav. June 12 Alumni Day
8:30 a m. IliiNlness Meeting, unep-
10 a. m. Claaa Day Exerclaea, uaas
12 m. Alumni Luncheon. Armory.
2:30 p. m. Dedication of the Arm
ory. 3 p. ni. Claaa Heunione.
It p. m. Musical Program. Gym
naalum. 9 p. in. Informal Entertainment.
Tueaday, June 13
10 a. m. Commencement a-xerciaea.
Addreaa by Dr. C. H. Chapman,
Portland, Oregon. (
PORTLAND FIRST IN FLOUR
AND GRAIN SHIPMENTS
PORTLAND. Or., m.i i-(Spe
cial.) Maintaining Ita position aa one
of the moat proaperoua cltlea In tbe
Cnlted Statea, Portland advanced to
flrt place In flour and grain ahlp
menta for May and made a corre
aimndlng strong howlng In potal re-
celpta, bank clearlnga and building
permits. The flour and cereal export
bualne.e waa larger than the total of
any month for two yeara, and exceed
ed by 60 per cent the total from Puget
One of the aurprlalng featurea of tbe
month waa the Increase In the num
ber of building permits over the totala
for May laat year. During the month
Juat closed 077 permlta were Issued,
for buildings costing a total or ii.t8,-
130. compared with 698 permlta and a
total of 11.803.445 for May, 110.
The Oak Grove Girls' Band went to
Portland to play for the Baby Home
tag day parade. Tbe band will play
In the Vehlcal parade Thursday after
noon and ride In the Oak Grove float
The boy a of the brigade will march aa
escorts. The committee In charge i
making all arrangementa and every
thing la moving along fine.
Mr. Davis, city marshal of Mllwau
kle, waa here on business Tuesday
The graduating, exercises of the
achool will be held In Green's ball
Monday evening, June the 12th. Ow
ing to tbe difficult examination only
five of tbe class passed, out of 19.
Slmqn Itlgbam and two daughters
were Portland visitors Tuesday.
Mr. J. O. Staata, of Oregon City,
panned through tbla morning on her
wav to Portland. Mr. Staal waa
greeted by aome of her old frienda and weeks,
A. J. Irvine and family, of Cald
well, Idafco, are apendlng a few daya
with Mra. Irvlne'a aunt Mrs. Riley
and alster Cora Brown. Mr. Irvine
and family are on tbe road to Cali
fornia where they will make their
Mr. C. B. Bunnell was in Portland
Tuesday on business.
The Oak Grove Olrla- Band win
building, baa purchased three lots In
the Mlntborn. i
Mrs. Noah Toata vilted her moth
er, Mr. Warren Saturday.
Mr. and Mr. Phillips attended Me
morial exercise In Portland, Tueaday.
George Stone baa returned from
Southern Oregon. He aaya tbere la no
place like Mllwaukle and la glad to
be here again.
Mra. Chariea Smith, of Belllngbam,
With., la vlaltlng Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Large. , Mrs. Built h Is Mr. Largo
Tbe club team lost tbe relay race
with tbe Sellwood Y. M. C A. team
A. L. Bolated wa In Portland Tues
day on bualneas. He also attended
the electric parade '.n the evening.
Mlxa Elizabeth Strelb attended tbe
electric parade Tueaday evening.
Dr. Hay Stryker 1 111 and I at hi
borne In Sellwood.
The atrawberry aoclal given Batur-
day evening waa a uig aut;:TT mnj
and financially. Forty dollar waa
netted the society. This is tbe first
of a series of social to be given.
r. A. Btindschuh. waa charged with
having trout In bis possession under
l.e and was arrested by E. B. Thomp
son and brought before Judge Kelso.
A fine of 25 and coat was palj.
Pupils of the Mllwaukle High School
were entertained by Mrs. Shaw at
her home at Lake Wood, Thursday
evening, June 1. The alumni of tbe
High School haa organized, tbe fol
lowing officer being elected: Besale
Holt, president; Otto Schiller, vice
president; Jens Olaen, secretary; Oli
via Johnson, treasurer. Games were
played and Mrs. Shaw aerved refresh
ments. Twelve graduates were pres
ent. Mr. and Mra. M. A. Nelklrk and
daughter, of Fremont, Ohio, visited
Rev. and Mrs. Radebaugh over Sun
Mra. Clemons, of Portland, apent
Tuesday with Mrs. Homer Mullen.
Evangelical Church Notes. Sunday
school. 10:30 a. m. Services 12:30 a.
m. Evening service 8 o'clock. A. Y.
P. U. 7 p. m- Prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening. Choir practlve Thurs
day evening. Teachere' meeting Fri
day evening. Rev. E. Radebaugh,
Will Edgecome haa been laid np
with an injured thumb the part two
The Bible Study Class of the Moun
tain View Sunday achool met with Mr.
and Mrs Humuhrev and J. Q. Adams
B. F. Linn la spending thla week
at Soda Snringa.
Born. June 4. to the wife of R. Mo
Cllntock. a son.
Ml.. Oneenie Adama of Kansas, la
vlsltlna her sister. Mrs. Lon Baker.
Mr. W. T. Smith, who baa been
sis ( ..J.Xt iiIKm
)S V VrtS,aau. Of)
As Fresh As Summer Roses
In Early Dew
Such ore the groceries sold of this store.
The delicote aroma of the coffee, the delicious .
toste of the butter all the appetizing points
of good sweet clean food are carefully pre
served ot this grocery. Even our canned and
carton goods ore kept in lowest quantities
that they may be constantly renewed. Every
thing is pure ond( clean cleanliness Is next
to godliness here.
All our groceries are as delightfully fresh a a
wild rose sparkling with daw on an early summer
morning. Let a trial convince you. Send or come
with an order, or phone and a messenger will calL
J. E. SEELEY
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE OREGON CITY
play In Oregon City Saturday and take j carrying mall on R. F. D. No. 1, has
nart In tbe Rose show.
C. N. White is able to be out ana
la feeling fine after bis long spell of
Mrs. J. B. Evens and Mra. Spauld-
Ing attended the RoBe Festival Tuea-
The Oak Grove Atnienc uasenau
been transferred to No. 3, Mr. ui
bee having resigned.
Mr. David Vanhoy and wife, of
Goldendale. Wash., visited O. JL Van
boy and wife pver Sunday. They went
to the Portland Rose show parade.
A. Mantx and wife" and Lawrence
Manta and wife, drove out to Molalla
board, where can use piano., In
quire at thla office.
WANTED Experienced girl or wo-
wan for general houaeworg at rorc
land; good wage and pleaaant
place. Apply 100 Main St., uregon
City or 693 Eaat Salmon St., Port
land. - .
team was defeated by the team In St Sunday and visited friends, returning WANTED You to know mat we buy
Inkm HimiliK nn tha Npirra Clants Inn Mnndav.
grounds. 8core to 3. Mr. J. Everaari. oi kocsiwwu.
A quiet wedding took place at me i transacted Dusiness in towu iibj.
. SalLOH HMIUNK.
perfectly ihsl It la no wonder that It
Is tbe favorite. Only a very little dif
ference from th skin In tone. It I
.., more ImxouiIiiu In gloves l ban
KiiMle glove will le worn with all
dmir a-owiia. glace gloves with tal-
lored'sults. tf the glove Is not white
or champagne colored H la tan or
gra. to match the shoe tope or aome
other note of trimming on tbe gown.
Iridescent feather are used, espe
cially on tbe feather trimmed bata.
Large lace Jaliota are being Intro
duced on little cloth dresses.
Tbe new straw for hata are excep
A novelty ta a atnpea bii-duiwv
white with llnee of moussellne.
Tbla French or peasant blouse wiin
sailor collar Is made or striped ma
terial, tbe stripes meeting in tne Daca
to aive a chevron effect Either plain
home of the bride's mother, Mr. C
Pfennlnger, Monday evening, when
Mlas Rose Elizabeth and Otto H. Naef
were married by the Rev. Henry
Spela. Mlaa Lillian Pfennlnger acted
as bridesmaid and Earnest Naef as
best man. Flora and Virginia Kiaallng
were flower glrla. Mlsa Georgia Lewie
played the wedding march. Only lm
mediate relatives and friends were
nroaent. Mr. Lewis and family, of
Pittsburg. Pa., were out of town
guests. The bride wore white silk
and carried a shower boquet of white
carnations. The bridesmaid-wore blue
crepe de ahene. The house waa de
corated with white rosea and Oregon
grape. After tne weaaing supper m
Mrs. Singer has returned rrom
Little Onal Beard Is ill.
Frank Btlllwell la giving hla real-
ripnea a new coat of paint
Mra. Brown and family, who have
lived In Hickman cottage, are mov-
In to Salem.
Clinton Griffin, who waa hurt In the
mill about two months ago, naa dis
carded one of hla crutchea and it la
thought that he will soon be able to
Mrs. Francis baa relative from
rvntralla Wash., vlaltlng her thla
Mr. Osfleld. of Estacada. spent Sat
urday evening and Sunday here the
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO -LOAN On first mort
gage; $500 and upward; one year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross ft
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Be-,
ver BIdg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CO-'TIACTOR-
all kind of Curioa. that we are In
the market for second hand rural-
tura and Tools. We also have a
rnnA assortment ot second hand
vsiraWfira and Tools on hand for
aale to those W need. Come anJ
aee; perhapa we fcave Juat what yon j
want Indian Curioa and trinkets!
for sale cheap; aome that are very
unique and also yery rare. GEORGE
YOUNG. Main near Fifth etreet
happy couple left for their new home guest of Mra. Weat and family.
at Naef station. I ne presence were
many and constated moatly of cut-
cIsbs and allver.
M. 8. Lovelace, of Dea Molnea, Iowa,
has been elected principal of tbe
achool. Mr. Lovelace haa had eight
yeara1 experience In the Dea Moines
The three-year-old daughter of Mr.
or fignred materials can be used In- land Mra. A. H. Dowllng awallowed a
stead of at ripe.
Thla May Manton pattern to eut In alsas
for a thirty-four. thlrty-al. thlny-olaiit
and forty Inch bust measure. Band
cants to thl ofllee. glvtna r umber. .
and It will promptly forwarded to jroe
by malt If In haate sand an additional
two oent at amp for letter postal, whlew
tnauras mora prompt e1vry
aafety pin laat Friday mornings. Dre.
Dexter and Sterna werw caueo ana
removed the pin.
L. L Gray, of Uland Station, la
preparing to build a beautiful home.
Mlaa Kate Caato, tne popular pn
Grandma Hart apent last week here
with her daughter. Mra. West
Frank Willa and famly. of Beaver
Creek, visited hla mother Mrs. Mary
Mra. R. M. C. Brown gave her Sun
day achool claaa a picnic last Satur
day In Gale'a grove. Tbe girls bad a
Tnm Corrteo la transacting busl
neaa In Rockwood this week.
Mra. Minnie Albright and children
will leave Sunday for Jefferson to Tlsit
Mra Prank Bullard waa pleasantly
mriaed Tuesday morning when
about 40 ot her nelghbora and friends
rama to take dinner with her. They
FOR SALE Top surrey in good con
dition. Price reasonaoie. cu
address C. W. Lee, Gladstone. 2t
ACREAGE One to five acrea n eight
of Oregon City. 1150 ana zw
acre; good level land; one mile
from car line. Clyde ft McRae, 1001
Mala St. Oregon City.
HARRY JONES Builder and OeaeraJ
Contractor. Eatimataa cheerfully
-given on all claaaea of building
' work, concrete walks ana reinforced
concrete. Has. Phone Maim 11L
aaT I I I l I I 11 1 t
REN L. HOL8CLAW Contractor,
brick and atone work, designer and
builder of fancy chlmneya and fire
places; rustic and boulder a spec
laity, Oregon City, Ore. Residence
414 Main Street. Pacific Statea
O." D. ' EBY, "Attomey-at-La,w, Money
loaned, abstract furnished, lea
tltlee examined, eetatea settled. fa-
' oral law bualnoaa. Over Beak f
FARM FOR SALE 80 acrea. 7 mllea
r.. iirncon City on MOiana
road and 1 mile eaat Inquire Mra.
8. O. London, Oregon City R. F. D.
No. 3, box 111.
FOR SALE House, two lota, on cor
ner, house almost new, izna iv
rooms, brick flue, young fruit trees,
garden In. other Improyementa;
scenery; close to achool. For loca
tion Inquire Wlnkle'a store. West
8ide. Price $495.00 cash. Rev.
Harvey Buck, Oregon City. Oregon.
U'REN ft BCHUKBKL, Attoraeys-al
Law, Deetaeher Advokat wtH rae
Uce la an courts, aaake eofloetloaa
, Wd .eatUemoota. Office : la fcter
prtse BldaU Orecoa City. Oisajoa.
K. H. VQOrtR. For" ftre 'taawiw
and RacU Batata. Let a !
MMtiai we hey. sell and
arrkun. OfTlce . la 1
BIdg, Oregon City. Orecoa.
mary tescber in the Mllwaukle achool. brought the edlblea with them. Ta
ls visiting at Mount Pleaaant. blea were apread on the lawn and ail
Crushed rock Is being placed on enjoyed the bountiful feast. It waa a
Main atreet Thla la tne nrs snip- rareweu parcy,
ment from tbe new quary at Corbetta.
Cantaln J. P. Shaw went to ver-
nonla, Columbia county, laat Monday,
where he delivered an aooreaa on me
Ben Doke. who haa been living wun
Mr. Shepherd for some time died on
Yotttffs 2iJM Asking
a s is.
For and we will gv with
4 months subscription 1
at 45c the month
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
: TO THC
.aamaw SB J Oawaal fJA asamfc A A H ekM4at M4"laklt
A Beautiful China PLAQUliwulC,,
There are a variety.of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early,
a t ' t;t -imf vrv TfiiMn Too .
To any present subscriber wno : "
uw subscriptions we will present one ol these
beautiful dishes. , ;
ALL SKLtCTIONt MUST MADE AT TH 0FF.C. OF THE ;
S DIE IN STORM.
DETROIT, June 5 At least three
Uvea were lost aa a reault of the elec
trical atorm that awept througn Michi
gan last night and wires are down In Tud,y Tna rmains were taken to
directions today that reports . Portland undertaking parlor.
.maaa are not complete. Daniel E. Powers, one ot Portland's
" - - - I . . - ... .... hnr. Thlira.
prominent aiioi uvya, "
og. do not dig in the earth alt day
gether for the fun of It They get a Rharrow. while playing
ihi hin in mix none anu uiuocin. i ---- -
as Mr. Buiiara anu
family will leave for their new home
near Redland next week. Mra. R. M;
C. Brown took photos oi.ine cruwu.
FARM ' LOANS Dlmlck ft Dlmlck,
Lawyer, Oregon City, Or.
$10 PER MONTH For rent, a mod
ern 5-room cottage. Apply to George
Randall, corner Fifth and Jeffereon
AUTO. PARADE MOST
GORGEOUS EVER HELD
2,000 BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AND
CARS WORTH 1,000,000
ATTENTION. SIR KNIGHTS OF THE
All members of Knlghta of the Rose
are requeated to appear at Willamette
Hall, Thursday, June 8th, at 11:30
a. m. to take car for Portland parade.
I nrrinr of Court No. S.
W. C. GREAVES.
Go To Your Physician.
A.k hla onlnlon of a remedy for the
allmenta peculiar to women that con-
In inil clous amount auuu -
gredlenta as Black Haw. Cramp Bark,
lnlf.nrn kiwi, nuuaw A' " " -
Rnliert Mack, a druggist, or Drain,
Oregon, who Intended to open a drug
store In Mllwaukle, changed hla mind
and located at Hubbard. j , d Cnnamon Bark.
Mr. andMra. S. A. Thomaa and hch. Wden 8-ai
furally apent Sunday with friends at
Lenta. , ,
M AVarrnn tanltOr Of the SChOOl
SANK or ORCOON
-rAmxi'm Pro a ram
e 10 a m. Bands parade principal
n. m. Decorted
...kll. naraila In COmpewuu
for prise. "Battle of Rosea
la front of the review aUnd,
' 8lxth and Morrison.
3:30 p. m. Exhibition drill by
, O.. A. C. Cadeta, Multnomah
Id. m. Illuminated civic and
4 military nageant on Orand
. avenue. East Side.
nnnTt.ANn. Or June 7. (8peclal.)
With more than $1,000,000 worth of
cara covered with millions or rone
bloomi i and other flowers, with nearly
onnn koautifnt and fcandeonoely gowned
.nn.n taklne nart. the annual Featl-
val parade of decorated automobllea
passed Into history as one of the
greatest achievements of Ita kind ever
' Oregon City
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Pc. 2243 ' ; Home D-298
Cor. Vauphn and Twenty-fourth
V. v. vs. ; '
June ft, 7, 8, , 10, 11
Gam Begin Weekday at 3:30.
Sunday. 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boya Under II Free to Bleachers
.i- ni toll vou that tnese are jubi
ned hv aneclalista In
ine .v tha
treating auch aiimenca aim
good judgment shown In their ae ec-
tinn haa been demonstrated by count
less cases benefited. ' .
Rexall Vegetable Compound
after the formula of a successful phy-
slcan who has maoe a sp'.j
man's ailments, and contalna the In
gredlenta mentioned above.
i,- worth haa been demonstrated
many times by your friends and neigh
bor, and, If you have need of such a
" .k that you try Rexall
Vegetable Compoun at our hbk.
if It falla to benefit you, we will
promptly refund your money.
Sold only at our store-The Rexall
Drug Store. Price, 11.00 per bottle.
Huntley Broe. io. t
Wants, For Sale, Etc
WANTED 11000 loan on good prop
ty Add'eM A-W. care Enterprise.
WANTED Oood place to work . for
Have you over looked Into the details of conatrnctloii and the
mechanical feature together with the handsome appearand f
of the Mitchell Automobiles to find the reasons why they are
being bought by people throughout the state,1 who know the .
value of a good car. If you are at aU interested we will be .
pleased to demonstrate the caf t you With' full fafbraation .'
and can assure you that it is well worth bYestitinf before f
buying. The car is absolutely guaranteed to do what we say
it will. If not we are here ,to make good. When we sell
you a car we will take care of your car one year free of
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