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MORNING ENTERPRISE. THITHSKA1. jui.i-m.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
July -13 In American History.
ITSS-mepne-u H"itrm. lKUi" fur
. Bnode Island, died In Provldeons:
born 1707. '
1890 John Charles Fremont, explorer,
"soldier and presidential Candida to
la lSSrl. died; born 1813.
1908Loala Loeb. noted artist and Il
lustrator, died at Canterbury, N.
H.; bora 1888. .
1910 Daniel Foigr Btgeiow. noted
- artist, died: bora 1823. .
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.!
Run sets 727. rises 47: moon rlaeo
020 p. m. ,-' '..
, mr. Sutherland entertains.
Ouco In a while some congressman
breaks loose In Washington In an at
tack on the particular form of govern
oent that has become to ba designate
ed as the "Oregon System." This
: time It la Senator Sutherland, of Utah,
who. tho other day. took tho time of
tho Senate) to declare that tho propos
ed constitution of Utah should not ho
ratified for" the solo reason that Its
provisions embraced tho Initiative,
tho referendum, tho rerall and other
' Oregon medicines.
Wo do not know whether Mr. Suth
erland accurately represents the sen
timents of tho majority of tho people
of hla state, but we venture he does
not. No doubt ho feel that with tho
klad of a constitution proposed, his
chances for. return, to . tho United
States 8enate are considerably lessen
ed. , While we, In Oregon, cannot in
dorse Mr. Sutherland's views, which
' are, certainly not baaed upon a close
acquaintance with the results of the
'."Oregon 8ystem," wo cannot refrain
. from quoting some of hla highly en
terUlnlng remarks, which follow:
, Within tho last few years the Unit
ed States of America has become the
field of operation for an amiable band
of Insurgent soothsayer., who have
been going Bp and down the land In
dulging In cabalistic utterances re-
specting the Initiative, referendum
and recall, and dlvera and sundry oth
er Ingenious devices for realizing the
mlllenlum by the ready and simple '
. method of voting It out of Its present
state of Incubation. They direct our
attention to tho clouds flying above
the far Western horizon, unon whi.h i
the fl.mjngger of the Oregon m J J
haa traced, In radiant and opalescent William Offleld. township 4 south
tints, glowing pathways, shining mln-lranfe 1 eMt: H
arets, stately temples, and castles and ! Jl'hn w n,, ra,llln DavU to Anna
palaces, pinnacles of gold and caves
of nurr.1. an .h! i.
Of purple, and they tell us that these
are the visible signs which mark the
exact location of the new and improv-
ea political Jerusalem, where the
wicked officeholders cease from troub-
Una Snil ttl wenw . i . i , . I
- 'imi uo an mei"'
The volco of the profeaalonal fe-)
former U heard In the land insistently i
caning upon ns to forsake the an- i "
dent and well-beaten paths alone ! '
a-hfk w v .. .. . .
v uxi yroreeaea, at least in
security, for a century and a quarter
nd go headlong In new and unex-
iureu airecuona, luckily to rind our-
-eiva iu pieaaant fields and firm foot.
Ing or unluckily plunged over the1
Field For Physical Education
to Do Good Is Great
By Dr WILLIAM C. ANDERSON, Head of Y.lo's Physical
HYSICAL eduogtion offers" the American race) today the
v GREATEST POSSIBLE r, RENEKITS open to it. It
j proroiaea tli individual
, trengtheuing anil point-.
U it mit 'to what SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT in govern
mcnt and politic ay. in hnsineaa othica ami practices, too, and in
general relationx between folks wnuhl rrvult from anch a derel
' "t of the individual aa ia KASILY POSSIBLE.- -
precipice or engulfed la tbe dismal
Tho distinguished Senator from Ore
gon (Mr, Bourn) I. pernapo tho great
est living exponent of this doctrine.
Hla recipe, roughly stated. I under
atand to be this: Take the voices of
10 foolish men, 20 ordinary men, 5
rascals. It good cltttena and 3 wise
men (If any aurh ran be Induced to
Join); mix them all up together, witn
tho result, vox popull, vox Del.
New York City Is to have a 100-
story building, 1,200 feet high. No
doubt long distance elevator rides will
be advertised tor summer vacations.
Senator Sutherland, of Utah, has a
wonderful and fearful vocabulary.
which ba exploited in an attack on
the Oregon System.
READING CHARMS AfCHAUTAllA
(Continued from page 1.1
K. Sadler lectftfjillo a large audience
dr womerron "OtrHer Culture. " Dr.
Baxter lectured later, and the Naval
Reserve Band played several selec
tions. The Lhrd Quartet, compos
ed of Mrs, Elfrteda Heller Welnsteln.
soprano: Mrs. Delphine Marx, contral
to; Robert Burtou. tenor, and Hart
Ildge G. Whlpp, basso, delighted the
afternoon audience. The quartet made
a fine Impression, the technique and
blending of voiced being perfect.
Every number waa enthusiastically
applauded and the singers were forced
to respond to several enchores. Miss
Leonora Fisher was accompanist. Mrr.
Welnsteln delighted with her slnglug
later in the evening.
"Disease is the lowest order of
physical sin." said Dr. William 8. Sad-
lei. a ho let lined on
Resists Disease." "God made pleas
ure but man made aln," continued the
apeaker. "The perfectly healthy man
has nothing to fear from germs, the
germs feeding only on dead parts of
the body. Nothing can live in a
healthy stomach, the secretions of a
healthy body being germicidal. The
body has the power to make anti
toxin and chloroform to stuplfy and
kill the germs."
Whiskey and Quinine Scored.
Dr. Sadler dwelt upon the work of
tho blood cells and declared that the
life of a white blood cell, which eats
the germs, la eleven hours. '"Seven
hundred million white blood cells
must be created each day," said the
apeaker. "The cells are loyal and
faithful to you until you make them
drunk with Intoxicants and narcotics.
They will then feed on the body, at
tacking the brain and nervous system
first. To help the white cells fight
better I would advise taking cold
hathst and drlDkingJrultlulcea. Of
all things do not paralyse your health
army of cells with whiskey and qui
nine." Tho program for tomorrow la as fol
8 : 00-1 1 : 00 ClassejL
11:00 Farmers" Day Solo, Miss Zeta
Holllster, soprano, accompanied
by Prof. Wilder.
Address "Life at Home and
Abroad." Mrs. Clara H. Waldo,
Regent O. A. C.
1:15 Band Concert. Naval Reserve
J: 00 Lecture "The Strongest Msn
on Earth." Dr. Chas. F. Aked,
late of London and New York.
3:St Marathon Race.
Baseball Gladstone vs. Crystal
715 Band Concert. Naval Reserve
8:00 Williams Jubilee Singers.
Real Estate Transfers.
Philip T. and Dorothea T. Oatfleld
to J. B. Emma May Hicks. 2 3-4 acres
of sections 1 and 12, township 2 south
range 2 east; $10.
Joseph Burton Hicks and May Hicks
to Dan Zaklan, 2 8-4 acres of sections
1 snil 1 Inwn.hln 9 I
wst ; fio '
William and Vanda Walters to Wil
liam Hammond, lota 13, 14
block 1, Windsor; $2,000.
Christiana A. Sharp to F. A. Davis,
land in section 29, township 6 south,
ranne 2 east; $l,0oo.
E. H. snd Zee P. Mower to G. A.
Cobb, lots 73, 87, Candv Gardens;
M. W. Hepperley and Ak-tha Hep-
periey to uarl F. Anderson, lot 13.
GHrdon Glenn Home Tracts; $500
. 7 10125 a''r'",
0f w'ctlon 3, 35. townsnlp 3 south, I
range 1 east; $10.
Western Clay Manufacturing Com-
pany to Western Clay Company, 34
aTs or George Crown D. L C, town-1
ship 2 sf(,ith, range 1 .east; $108,000.)
A lir a . . J , .
" o. nuurr, iann in iiregon l.lty: I
For the arrest an conviction
'of anv person or peraons, who
unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Enterprise from the
premises of gubscrlbers after
paper has been placed there-by
health. mental itimulu. nioTal
Newest "Queen of
;..:?-" ysr..y rtway -rwa ' 'V"-v ..
L ; 1 JiiJfei-:fe 'I'M
i . . .. f r iii- n iiniL--n.i . '
mym m a" ein
-? iM - 2 asa e1
HE newest tphm-I to gain the title
An ,0 nBb-'J
whloh recently arrived at New York on her first vovsne serosa tno
AtUutlc. She will hold the title only until a larger vessel, now in
i,r.u.i f n.nwirii.-tl..ii l.--n fltil.hw.1 anil slart.il nil the OTfun
ferry. The Olympic Is a mounter, as the above pleture show. Khe Is
feet long, so long that It leoanie iieeesKary to lengthen her plerso that sho
could dock In New York. An idea of her great length In iltiued by com
paring her with various lofty structure, as is douo above At the extretua
left Is the Hunker Hill monument, and then In order come the Philadelphia
city hall, the WsHhlngton monument, the Metropolitan building. New York!
the projected Wool worth building. New York; the Olympic, the Cologne cathe
dral, the Creiit prntnild in Esypt urn! St. PaurTwithedrsI, London. It will be
noticed tiint the huge liner. If stood on end. would be taller than the highest
structure ever rslsed by man except the Eiffel tower. The Woolworth build
ing, on which work wss recently started In New York, is to he 7V) feet high.
The main portion of the structure will be thirty stories, with a tower reaching
tweuty-Ove stories higher. . -
jrizestoachdlstrlct are prizes Jhatjhe announcement of names, snd yours
are always being sought by young
ladies, and The Enterprise haa been
careful to select these prizes from In
stitutions recognized among tho fore
most of their kind in Oregon. The
solid, gold watch prizes that will be
awarded to the candidates (one in
each district) who finish with the fifth
highest number of votes, are guaran
teed by Burmelster A Andersen, the
leading Jewelers of Oregon City, and
their guarantee on any article that
leaves the establishment rls enough.
These watchea are valued at $30 each
and can be seen on display In their
windows, C19 Main street.
Names to be Announced.
Only four more days remain
f . .f , , f . - 4
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I wish to Nominate Miss
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mailed to . Contest Department of The Enterprise will count . for
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t i i ih $ i -i, .i , j, M -M ' "i $ -
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE.
This coupon when neatly clipped and properly filled In with the
name of the candidate you wish t vote for, win be counted as one
Name of candidate
Th W muron is void after July
Cut on lines; Don't roll. Send
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FOR FAIR EXHIBITS
hrlat Naegll, of Mount Flenuint.
dairyman and farmer, brought o thl
rlty Tueaday samples of remarlalil-
vokp table growth which he placed on
exhibit at the real .! olflce cf
AlFrcytsg ft Money, near trie fl uiliern
raciTic siaiion. Among me v geiaij'fs
which are unusually largo for this
time of the year ar r:itnbagas, tur
nlim, befts and p'if'oe. Mr. Nsegll
ilw brought to the !lty 4 fine bundle
ff "Whate Banner" tn.
Vhc staii-s 1
are six feet.
Air. rreytag la m..inj a (ollctlun
of fruit , vegetablei and grasses for i
the .'tale fair to be held at Salem, and j
fr the coitnty fair to he held at Can- j
'v. Much of the fun will be ulaced I
'n preservatives. ir I will 4 encased
n lree Jars. Ai'V-vn having fruit,
strsvbeiils. c.wr 'ce. rasplM.iTlc.
rtirrant or snythliig in this line
ft nnusnal sire irty hivo them pre
;ervnd br taVIng Imm to tho office
of Freytag A More, the owners
mme will be plscei on !hc jura whi.ii
will be rent with ih xliii.lt from
Clackamas coun'v to the Male and
Patronlx our advertisers.
the Seas" Is
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of "queeu of the seas" is the Olympic,
IN BIG CONTEST
from page 1.)
should appear when the list la pub
lished. Do It thl-very moment. Clip
the nomination blank which counts
for 2.5(H) votes, and fill in your name
or that of a friend and bring or mall
It to tho Contest Department, and the
name thereon will be published wx
Tho number of votes allowed on
each subscription appears on another
page of this Issue and also the price
of Tho Enterprise. In an atrair of this
kind these subscriptions can bo easily
obtained for the asking, for not only
do the persons who subscribe In your
favor assist you, but they get a cent's
worth of news for every cent Invested
and are always willing to encourage
the younger people when they enter
an affair of this kind.
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WITH MASONIC RITES
The funeral of E. C. Buckles, who
died at Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday,
July 7, was held Wednesday after
mon at 2 o'clock from the Holman
undertaking pirlors, tho Rev. 8. A.
Hayworth. pasior of the IlaptUt
church, offlclatlr.g, and the Masonic
rider, of which i be young man was a
member, having charge of the service
In the Mountain View Cemetery, the
Interment belnit in the Masonic Dlot
Many friends of the family and of the
young man attended the services.
The floral trlliutes were many and
beautiful, an evidence of the high
esteem in which, tho deceased was
held. Among tho floral tributes were
handsome offerlnss from tha Mimnin
ordet and from tho Barbers' Assocla
Hon f this city. The pallbearers were
Charles Parker, O. D. Eby. Henry O.
Tletxe, Lee J. Caufleld, C. E. Forshner
and M. J. Uzelle.
Th puhl'shata of Tha Mom'n. Enrr
prlsa fllHslrn r)pnBll,llirv for tha aentl.
nwnt rsprrssfd In the artlrl. a pul.llrhrd
fiom lima to time In this co'umn pub.
IMiy Is lvrn In an effort to ba fair, and
W'h the view lu he publlrstlon of 001 h
aidn to a question. f'nmmunlratlnn
must coma Dronarlv alaneo in Innur m.K.
The County Fair
By M QUAD
ItU. by Associated Lit
When It waa knowu thut Uere
HuKfftus, old bachelor, waa paying ma
attentions lo Lucy Pmlth. old maul.
the people of Crowvllle said ihul
would I a good inuti U oil both mM.
When It was known that there was mi
engagement I her, were many e.iine.i
Mr. llugirliis und a little bine or ni'
. . ..... , in..
own ami sept um-neior unn.
Smith had a little home of tier ewi
and enjoyed n small lu-.uie 1 he I rni
clpala had known et U oilier for ,ver
and lore hud ounie aU.nt ilin.utn mi
Incident. .Miss Slllllll a Ml lief W. I
oue inoruUiu to draw a pall of watei
when she leaned too far over the enrh
aud fell In head ttrt. Of oure a
soou us she could net her head alM.e
water she lieitan lo st ream. Mr. Ilmi.
glua hapeliei i le Mislng I he litu
and heard her and went to the'ie ne
She was very wet and very scared, it -.l
In the excitement of the nioiii. in slo
fell on UN lin k and called him tli-nr
George. Mr Uuki-Ih was al-o 'iiie
what excited and the tir-t Ihlug lie
knew found himself railing her dur
Lucy. After ihat Cupids work w
The marriage day had not leei act
but t bines were tll'lhn: alouu. when Hit
county fulr toliiiiilnee came out wi.li
the list of premiums ftr the fall. fair
still, many weeks away. It so ha
penetl that Mr. HiikkIiio had made up
hla mind to grow a I'll! cm -umber for
the fair, lie had growu a luuter the
year tvfor. but had nol entered It
And It ao bapetied .thai Miss Huiilh
de'ller to do Knit elfaiiie thliic
Of ail the lliliii' In her i:iileu. li(. Ii
she worked herself. cHCiimU-rs seetuwl
to do the lieHl 'of any vegetable. II
waa one evenlim when ihey sat u the
frout disirsteps in their happiness ttinr
George mentioned the cuciimlM-r bu-l
neaa and declared be would take the
premium over the whole coiiuty.
"Why. Ueorge. I'm also guiug to raise
one." was replied
"All right. Put you II waste your
"l know I shan't. 1 grew one over
a foot loua- last year."
"That won 1 be enough tblo time.
think you d letter grow squash or to
matoes. I don't think wo should com
peto against each other. "
The juatter was argued good nstured
tr. but no decision arrived at.
"Locy. dear, t ask this as a favor of
you." aald Mr. Uugglns aa bo took ber
hatuL- : .' ,
"tfeorge. dear. 30a can raise onlona,'
was the reply.
-But I saved your life when you fell
Into the well."
"But the wnler wasn't over my head
and I believe I rouid have rllmbetl out
"I wouldn't have believed yoo were
so st n Doom ;
"Nor I "ol you, I've always heard
yon were open to aritiiroent and were
seldom- In the wrtuiu-. I'eruaisa we
bare made a mistake V .
"I buH-not. but it looks queer 10
mo that you stick mif for ruramlsrs
tbe way you do
-And II looks Just as queer to me
George, do you think a knlichl of old
would nave Is-en as nnlcky as you are?
No. sir -he would hare told bla lady
love to go rti:lit ahead and glveo iter
all sorts ut eu otiruireuirot. '
"Hut I want to nest old Tieacon
8wlft. lie has taken th prixe on cu
cumber for the last three years."
"And he's the very man I want to
beat. When his hog rtsited up my
garden last year be wouldn't pay a
cent damages, but told me to sue and
Whi n Mr. lliiKglns left for home that
nlgbt there was a chilliness in his part
ing He was still sticking on cucum
bers. The question hud become a
broad one.' Ills whole future happl
Uess wa at stake lie walk-M slowly
down to the gate, hoping to ts i-nlled
bark and told that Lucy hud relented,
bur tVre was no callinu Khe whs
also renllxlng thai the question had
broudei'ed Next evening he went
down and sat beside the mill dam tin
til a lute hour Instead t keeping bis
usual tryst. It was the next even
IliK and the next Then it became 11
matter of gossip thnl the engaitemeiit
Aa time went on the cucumbers
grew and grew. They grew by duv
and grew by nlcht
And nt Inst, when the dny came that
their stems were hi and they were
carried off to the fair on pillows. him
rouid detect no dlfferetii-e iN-tween
tbem. They were twins. It was said
that tbe cucumber committee would
have spilt tbe prixe. but 11 didn't turn
out so. Lieacon Hwlft drove into the
grounds with a wbisip and a boiler 11 ml
unloaded n curumler that took tin
cske by ten Kilnts. Mr Huirglus saw
the unloading. Ho did Miss Hmlili
They were aware of each other's pres
ente. but hadn't spiken. Now the
beran to edge around nearer nnd after
a wlille found themselves face to face
"He's a mighty mean manT" exclaim
"Perffs tly contemptlbler
I feii sorry for you after all vnur
"And I for you."
I want to get even with the deacon
and I know of but one way Will you
She took hla arm. and they walked
away, and next month there wa :i
wedding. Some folks have to pi
through Just so much trouble to Hi d
SHIRTWAIST PARTY JULY 20. I
Largo Orchestra Prom Portland en- j
gaged by Manager.. j
ine unncing anirtwaist pstiy st
Busch's Hall, which was announced
for Saturday evening of next week,
will ho on Thursday evening, Julv
20. Th. .ffalr la In charge of F. H,
Bunch and Fred Hogg. The floor com.
mlttee will be composed of Edward
Busch, Frank Rotter, John Bunch. Otto
Hogg The hall Is to be decorated
for this occasion, and tho verandas
overlooking tho river will ho Illumin
ated with Chinese lanterns. Parson's
full orchestra of Portland, will furnish
about your money matter whsn yag
are a depositor hero.
Your bins sr. all paid by oMh. Year ariaoa, who roturn.,,
;om, Joooipt No trouble abetil aha-o dlaputaa about .
1 msnts. no Question aa to whora your money haa arr, r how mual,
.u hJ ro'oui-. v3ur aaoa aeolt an th. stub, it yeur shMk
w.y. ts.l th. HtKy. on THt iArf gl0B ANfJ
OPIN AN ACCOUNT AT TMI
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ORCCOM OITY SHOC SHOP
BIG HOP GROWERS
, R. TAYLOR ANOU. UONO MAKl
DEAL WITH NKW Y0K
S. U. Tl"f l'"1 tl- l-"'it, ul Wiasl
burn, Marlon county, have sold their
111 crop of hops to T. Ilooenwald
Company, of New York. Tbe price la
20 cents per pound, and the crop, it
Is estimated, Will weigh about lU.OOU
pounds Messrs. Taylor and Umg
have contracted with the New York
firm for their hop cropa of 1911 and
1913. the price of the ll! crops to
he 16 cents a pound, and for 1913 crop
15 cents a pound.
Ouotarrana vor Oregon City.
POTATOES West, Huylng 12.00.
FLOUR AND FEEI-lloi.r is
steady, selling from IS to 16 30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Duylng) Cray. $:4 tp $25. '
white, from 2fl to 127.
BtiTTER (Uuytng) Ordinary j
country brings from 15c to - 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 12;, cream-
ory 22c to 25c '
EGGS tnuyingi a re rsngiLg from
20c to 21c, according to grade.- - 1
POULTRY (Huylng Firm with III
tlo good stock offered. Good hens aro
bringing 12c. Old roosters aro In poor
demand, broilers bring from 20e to tic,
with good demand. 1 , 1
WOOL (Buy.tigl sVool prices are
ranging from 13c to 15c.
KEKIV-Phorts $:'9 to $:I0; rolled
barlay.. f 31.50-10 J2, 60; process bar
ley, 33; whole corn, $31 to $32;
cracked corn, $32 to $33; wheat $32
to $33: oil meal, $53; Shady Urook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAY (Duyfng.i Timothy $1 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
HIDES (Ruylng Green hides, 5c
to 6c; aalters, 6Hc to CVc; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Shtap pelts, 25c to 75c
" DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
Arm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, f caches are 19c.
8ALT 8e!llng 60c to 80c for fine
60 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka.
' Portland Vsgotabio Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.26f$1.60 per ssck; parsnips, $1.25
611.60; turnips, $1.26j $1.60; beet..
VEGETABLE t Aiparaaus, incQ
$1.78 per rrato; "bbago, aew, $2 per
bundiadwelght; cauliflower, $i.otl
$1.75 per doxen; celery, California. 75t
4j90c per doxen; cucumbers, $1.60
$2 25 per doxn; eggplsnt. 15c per lb.;
garlic, 10c G 1 lie ner pound: lettuce
50c per doxen; holhousa lettuce, $1.50
$2 per box; peas, 9cljc pet
pound; peppers, 30c 35c p-r pound;
radishes, I5e per doaien; rhubarb, 2Vr
3c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes
ONI0N8 Jobbing prlr-s, tlregoi,
$2.75 per 100; Australian, $3 iO per!
100; Texas, $2.25 pei prate: Ca'I'or
nla, $2 per crate
uragon City Stock Uuotatlont.
HOGS Hoga are quote4 c P.aer
From 125 lbs. to 130 lbs. 9ir, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 14c.
VEAL CALVES Veal cal'.es ortn.
from 8c to luc sccoruing to grade.
BEEF 8TEEI18 leel ieei4 for
the iosl markets sr. fuhlng Seto
'"jC live? eti:ot.
SHEEP hk unit at ic to fij live
BAC ON, LAkH sid 1AM. ar firm
I 50. . ,
Mrs. Walter Wells Hurt.
Mrs. Walter Wells, while romlnt,
diwn the Seventh street steps, ac
companied by MIhs Terry, sllpHl and
severely sprained her ankle. Hlie wajt
taken' to the Jones drug store, where
the Injury was attended to and taken
to her home by her husband, Walter
Wells, and Charles Jloyt, In the tat
We Give 'Em Away
WITH EACH $5 PURCHASE
WE WILL GIVE YOU A S1.25
RAWHIDE BUGGY WHIP.
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
Griln, petd, Coal, Salt, Sugar
11TH AND MAIN STS
r. J. MBYKR. Cuu
Ot-an t'iie A. M. to f '
( THt MORNINO CNTKRPRIII
! Is on sale at tho following atona
Huntley Bros Drugs
'j. W. McAauliy Cigars
- - Bevenih and Mala,
Main boar Sixth.
M. E. Ihinti Confectionery
Next door to I. O.
Oty lanig Sior.
Walter Little Confectionary
514 Seventh Stroot.
M. Volkmar Druga
Seventh bear Cater.
Seventh and .V Q. Adams -
Buy a Home
While Paying; Rent
$100 down and 1 a month
lakea this comfortable six-room
house and lot. House Is wlra4
for electricity. Lot 62x108 fH
Some fruit on place. Well lo
cated on Madlaon . St. CffnA
A snsp at. yliVV
E. P.Elliott and Son
7th and Main Bla.. by Suspen
Vauflh" and Twenty-fourth
July 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 16.
Gamoo Begin Wsekday. at t p. m.
dundaya, 2:10 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boy a U"4or II Free to Blear br'
ara tbe popular atyla la botni
architecture. I apedaJixe oa
dealjnlng and buUdlnc bunj
alowa that are conveaient h
arrangement, homelike in ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost
II you are thinking of build
ing call and aee me, or phone
for an engagement.
CONTRACTOR 4V BUILDER
Ninth and Main Streets.
Phono Pac-Maln S292.
Vlctor-VTetroU IX, f 50
This newest style
is yours for $50 .
The latest addition
to the famous Victor
Victrola line and only
An extremely popular price
and made more popular atill
by our easy-payment plan.
Come' in and" hear this Instru
ment, and find out how eatily it
Olhtr strlra of th. VL-hVlrtrols tS
HUNTLEY BROS. CO.
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