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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 4 February 1911

Orgon Historical Socle! TWICE-A-WEEK SATURDA Y EDITION MEW: TWEIiPTH TEAK. NO. 80. ENTERPRISER WALLOWA COUNTY, OREL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911. OTY OFFICIAL PAPER, . . -ali Ei. PIF. . .SIS SREGOKD RELAX MEXICAN CENSORSHIP Federal Authorities ; Exhibit Telegrams Denying Reports of Rebel Victories. ' DECLARES IXSURRECTOS ARE ALMOST ANNIHILATED Private Letters Give Out Contradic tory itepons amm ol xuexican Regulars Gives Lie to Published Telegrams Believed That Federal ' Troops Marched Into Trap. Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 81. The Mexi can officials along the border relax ed their censorshlD last night and showed press correspondents tele grams which not only denied ail re ports of lnsurrecto successes but de clared that the rebel forces in Sonora 'had been practically annihilated and their principal leader, Severlano Tal mantes, a former government com mander, killed. At the same time letters from Moc tezuma to a mine company official here gave information' of exactly the. opposite tenor,...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 4 February 1911

anancnoaan nnaR na nan ao 2 cnnnnannna RacanaancnDaEsnnnnnnnnnnanaan mm - EJ a Saturday Special, February 11, 191 1. Genuine Sorghum Molasses from Arkansas, $1 a gallon, cash E3 EJ El ca u a a a D & a a a a a a n u a a El a a E3 a a .Mc f ii will i ttiAt wf 4w l mmmmer Corsets wtrmwjM - i Minrn : : : ' IB! I ' 111 . Shapes and Styles For AH Figures A well fitting Corset for your particular form there is a big difference ENTERPRISE AGENTS FOR Bon Ton, Redfern ' Warners, arid Royal Worcester CORSETS Do you Know what this means? That we control the sale in this town of the Four Leading lines of Corsets made. Our showing of styles in these famous makes has made our store THE CORSET SHOP OF T9WN '7 PmfimCk 111 :'-.iiiw. ALWAYS UPTO-DATE W. J. FUNK & COMPANY THE QUALITY STORE NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND a ia a a a a a a a a 3 n n D 0 a a a a a D a a u n a a ptDnnnnnnnQDQQQonncaccanncrnankjnninnnnnnan pa rrjDacnnunnc nr q a iiiii NEWS RECORD Twloe-a-Wett.) N IMIKPHNDBNT NEWSPAPER. ormerl...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 4 February 1911

,...-T Oity and County Brief. .News" Item First class shine at Calvin's lb-arbor shop. . 68btf., Mrs. L. A. Jackson, ill eiti tie Browning hospital of pneumonia, Is reported much better. If jam want good toed for your team and good treatment come to White Front Barn, 7Wf" ' Sim Cray returned a few days ago from Philomath, where he had been on a visit to tola -family for several W. B. Applegate of Paradise was transacting business In this elty Thursday. He came out dn a sleigh , and found the roads well broken. Now la the' time; to, get; your har ness washed and repaired' ready for spring work. See Ralph Hollembaek at Rodgers Bros. Garage. Second hand "harness bought anid sold.. 80b 3 Lee Matlock has sold the Lyric theatre (moving picture show) to the moving picture operator art Jo seph. Matlock has gone to Washing ton',, Word from W. C. Boatmaa at Portland says his mother, Mrsv M. K. Boatman, Is getUng along as well as could be expecte'd. Mrs. s Boatman underwenlj an operation for c...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 4 February 1911

con SERVICE THE SLi OREGON FOLLOWS WISCONSIN, PUTTING "STATE TO SCHOOL" and tried by Assistant District Attor ney Benham. A conviction was ob tained after three witnesses had been examined and the minimum fine, 26 and costs, was assessed.- The warrants are the first brought under the McCartney act They mark the besrinnins: of a crusade on the part of the state board of health against grocers guilty of many practices whereby It Is alleged their customers are deceived. Tha Hale of stale eggs as fresh The TJniversity as the Social Engineer ranch pr0duct Is alleged in the com- of the State This Stat Keeping plaints on which the warrants .were . . in issued today, have occurred during Abreast or me v " ' th when real fresh LS a VUViili a.aawui nn,h n wera helna sold as high as Those who have tnougni 01 kr and SO cents a dozen. The accus' i... it- o. mnlnlv a school for the Ai arrneers it is set forth in the com- . . ... .xralrenlns nlalnts. Discarded their stock of cold etuay 01 me " sto...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 February 1911

Oregon Historical Soclet' TWICE -A - WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION RECORD TWELFTH YEAR, NO. 81. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911. ENTERPRISE MEWS Wants Cent a word single Insertion, 1V& cents a word 2 Insertions. Special rateB by month and year. WANTED Mn and teams 'wanted to haul dum ber. For particular see the E. M- & M. Co. 70btf. Cor respondents fox this paper in all parts of the county not now rep resented. 81b2 MONEY TO LOAN State Fufids loaned, 6 per cent. John t. Rede Atty. State Land B'd. Joseph FOR SALE. Incubator and brooder, C. C. Shoe maker make, tested with one hatch. Going io move and will sell reason able. Furniture, coaster bicycle. Lee R. DeVore, Enterprise. 78b2 I will sell all or any of my town prop- e tjr at reasonable prices. W. W. 2uraer, Enterprise, Oregon. 40btf Five ten wagon scales for sale cheap, A. G Weaver, Enterprise. , 36, 3 N 44640 A. S E Vi sec. 82, W Vi NW a, 83,8W SWVi c. 14, S 46280 A. I4btf J. S. Cook, Burns, Ore....

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 February 1911

Ltxi-Ji.iiaMiUjUi THE NEWS RECORD (Twlce-a-Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa News, stab lUhed March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Entered as second-class matter January 2. 1909, at the postofflce at Enterprise. Oregon, under the A.ct of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: One year $2, six months $1, three mouths 60c, on month 20c. On yearly cash-in-advance subscriptions a discount of ttc Is given. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911. REFORM OF COURTS. Nine-tenths of the palaver about reform of courts ds-twaddle, and Is inade by tiiose Interested In no re ortn. The usual remedy proposed i more judges, more courts, more .;ost, more excuses for appeal, more ("elay, more buncomb. All men know that compared to England and English colonies the ad nJn-Istrauion of law in, the United States la a farco and a crime. The hardest "tilling frrr an American to bear when traveling In Englis...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 February 1911

S &Ae t -dWa LOUIS TRACY Author of the "Pillar of Light," "The Wings of the Morn ing" and "The Captain of the Kansas." Copyright, 1909. by Edward J. Clode CHAPTER XVI. BTI0W1N0 HOW BRAZIL CHOSE IIEIt PHESI DENT. TWO thousand five hundred years ago the prophet Jeremiah ex pressed' Incredulity as to the power of an Ethiopian to change his skin or a leopard his spots. The march or the centuries has fully Justified the seer's historic doubt, so it makes but slight demand on the crit ical faculties to assume that two years' residence in Europe had uut cooled the hot southern blood Uowlug In Car mela's veins. She bad bated Iris before she set eyes on her. She bated her now that She bad seen" her rare beauty. She gloated on the suffering luilicted by the presence of the faded old man who claimed her as his brido. Though it was of the utmost Importance that she should hasten to her father, she returned to Las flores in her rival's company, their urius linked lu seem ing friendship and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 February 1911

n E. M. M. Company Ay 7m You should not fail to see our 1911 Spring line of Hats, Shoes, Curtains, Laces, Embroideries and Novelties. i i 1m (v P You will find Quality Variety and Originality at Reasonable Prices X li W Ui 1 IR-.H"-' i ii! ,Vi .- -1 US' 'i V i The sale of Winter Goods at 25 per cent discount still remains in force. imSGM a ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY Spredy Relief From Kidney Trouble. "I hud an uciRo altaclt of llrlghfe li'sease with inflammation of the kidneys and blaiUlor, and dizIoiss," hisyt- Mrs. Cora Thorp, Jackson, lllth. "A bottle ot Foley's Kklney Remedy ovorconie tho attack, reduc ed the Inflammation, took away the l)i.ln and made tho bladder action n inual. I ,vIj1i overyono could know of tbi wonderful remedy. Bur neh Majrle'e. The first annual Pacific North,wcst Livestock show will bo JuId lai Port land March 20, 21 and 22. It will bo an exhibition of Hat stock, pattern ed after similar shows held In the middle west. It will bo of great e...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 February 1911

Oregon Historical Society TWICE'A-WEEK SATURDAY EDITION NTER CORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 82. , ENTERPRISE, WALIi OWA COUNTY, ORE., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. PRISE NEWS-RE r WEALTH AND TITLE JOINED America Furnishes Riches and Bride, England Bauble and Groem , -V HELEN VIVIAN GOULD BECOMES LADY DECIES Aristocracy of Two Continents Rep resented at Nuptials in New York Morbidly Curious Throng Gath ers About Church Wedding Riv als Older Sisters in Sumptousness. New York, Feb. 7. Threatening letters, sent Miss Vivien Gould, warn ing her against her marriage, are in the hands of the police today. They were sent anonymously. The girl has not read them. One says: ."Dear sweet girl beware remember your aunt who married a blue blooded . nobleman, the rotten remnant of a declining race. There are still Count DeCastellans willing to snatch up good, clean American girls for their dollars.' Once they have done tills they throw aside the pure young things and return to their way...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 February 1911

u cn Ma saoon cnQan3Ga3cuD2H!3ysJ2L3a3'3a a a a u u a u a u u D U u ca E3 U a a a a u n a a a a E a a a p a Saturday Special, February 11,1911, Genuine Sorghum Molasses from Arkansas, $1 a gallon, cash g Styles. Il l J'L For m All 1 :J rigures A well fitting Corset for your particular form --there is. a big difference - - ffzzm ' m v& &2& Px ' - HT ' I ffK aft at W -5 t iENTERPRISE AGENTS FOR, Bon Ton, Redfern Warners, and Royal Worcester CORSETS Do you Know what this means? That we control the sale in this town of the Four Leading lines of Corsets made. - Our showing of styles in these famous makes has made our store THE CORSET SHOP OF TOWN ; - ;t . i. itl Iff 1''" villi !HI?':; V ;.;3r-H:V ill-' !:. ; ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE W. J. FUNK & COMPANY THE QUALITY STORE NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND n a u u a ' n E3 y El n u n a a a a a Q a a a a THE NEWS RECORD (Twlce--Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly th Wallowa New, wtab- UBh(lJilarch 3. 1S99: Published Wednesdays and Satur ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 February 1911

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY PRAIRIE CREEK WILLIAM WINDOR SHOOTS HIS WIFE, HER SISTER AND KILLS HIMSELF. "I want you to take this baby. Its mother la dead. Give it to my peo ple .when they come. I quarreled with my wife and killed her. Mrs. Rinehart butted in and I had to bill her, too. I am going back now and finish myself." This was the horri fying statement made to George Rich ards and family, by Will Windor, a young man who worked for Fred D. Rinehaint, near neighbor of Rich ards, Thursday morning about eight o'clock. The scene of the tragedy was the Rinehart home on. Lower Pralriie Creek, five miles east of this city. Richards hurried to another neigh bor's and telephoned the ' news. Sheriff Edgar Siarvin, Deputy S. P. Pace, Deputy District Attorney T. M. DM from here and many neighbors were soon on 'the scene. On the floor of the sitting room lay Jlrs. Rinehart, dead from a bul , let that entered her mouth. She had been turned over on her back, her bands crossed' on: her breast and a quil...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 February 1911

STATE PUBLICITY FUND IS HEEDED LOUIS HILL TALKS TO OREGON LEGISLATORS n.n-r.. uui Tiivlnrca Oregon la AWAUwnu Practically an Undiscovered Coon, try Greater Population Needed. Oregon 1 declared to be an undis covered country affording the greatest opportunity in the world for develop ment and Increase of population, In a talk before memDers 01 me .!, ture by President Louis W. HM. of the Great Northern railroad. He as serted that with proper assistance, .,., would be given by a state bureau of publicity the population oould easily be trebled in the next 10 years. "If the Great Northern did not be Ueve that the state of Oregon could not be developed tenfold," he said, "It would never have entered the state. We have been watching the Nelson's bill provides for a chief of the legislative division at a salary to be fixed by the superintendent of the library, and authorises tne cniet to employ experts technical assistants, Investigators, and draftsmen as their services may be necessary. T...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 February 1911

Oregon Htalorlui Socle!, TWICE -A - WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION E NEW, ECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 83. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911 CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ENTERPMS NATIONAL FORESTS EXAMNERS GOVERNMENT TO APPOINT MEN OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE ON RANGE. Washington, Feb. 13. A new gov ernment position la disclosed by the announcement by the U. S. Civil Ser vice commission of an examination which will be held February 23 and 24 to find three grazing examiners for the Forest service. The positions will pay a. salary of $1200 a year at entrance. The announcement specifies that the applicants must be men, at least twenty one years old, and possessed of at least one season's experience In handling range stock, together with at Jeast one year of technical training In specified botanical) studies. The establishment of this position Is in line with the objects which the Department of Agriculture haa always had in view in Its management of grazing on the National forests....

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 February 1911

THP NFWS RECORD'118 f6lt 016 And fa nly I really starting on its career of use- AN INDEPKNDKNT KBWRPAPER formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square "Entered as second-class matter fanuary 2. 1909, at the postorrice at Enterprise. Oregon, under the Art of March 3. 1879 - Subscription Rates- One year $2, ix months $1. three mouths 50c, om month 20c. On yearly cash-ln-adrance subscription! a discount of JSc Is given. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911 WHO IS RIGHT? From Flora Journal, February 10. When petitions were circulated to bring the question of discontinuing the Wallawa County High school to f vote, the statement was made that there hod never at any one time been more than six pupils outside of the Enterprise district that had attended this school. The teachers claimed to make a count about ten days ago .nd stilted th;t there were then 32 pupils outside o...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 February 1911

C (She By V LOUIS TRACY Author of the "Pillar of Light," "The Wings of the Morn ing" and "The Captain of the K ansas. Copyright, 1909 by Edward, j" Clde- cnAPTicn xvi!:Vf'. A CODP OF THE SAI'OI.EONIC'.ORDEB. f ARM EL A went hark to if bouse- H bold tliul paid si-tint QC(.dro b. sa seifiimiiiK. Uoiu coma 1 wu thtrt, linrolipaded.' his togeou uniform two id suisiu-d nnd bivocl ba Mmtierpd. General liusxij, too, -: SvjiS ben tiny bis capacious (.'best and Shout- ioa: : i "(.iod's bones: Le( U3 matins :'pgui of It!" ' 1i:0;.l A sprinkling of soldiers. '--allriilbM mounted cavalry or gunners, a few dlsbeveled oHicrrs, had accompanied De Sylva lu bis Hlftlit. Wltb reckless bravery he and Kusso bud tried to rally the troops camped at headquar ters. It- was a hopeless effort. Half breeds ran never produce a military caste. Tbey may nplss&wtly in the line of battl-tliyvil(i;ptnce the unknown, the teirt'i2;:ihi(&l!Srftjes that come at nlghtiripion' t6e bjir ricane wings i;;tip";;.:i';...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 February 1911

E. M. (& M. Company 1L mm Mm fll You should not fail to see our 1911 Spring line of Hats, Shoes, Curtains, Laces, Embroideries and Novelties. You will find Quality Variety and Originality at Reasonable Prices The sale of Winter, Goods at 25 per cent discount still remains in force. 1 ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS. L. norland loft Wednesday for Spo kane to bring home hla duugMor, MI aa Laura, who is Ul. The teachers institute, Saturday, waa very largely attended and prov ed of much Interest and profit to all. J. A. Kuuk and family have moved Into town and occupy the Calvin houoe lai the southeast part of tho Mr. and Mrs. 0, E. Wagner and baby want to La Grande, Sunday, for an extondcd vlslit with Mrs. Wagner's people, Vernon Corklns has guno to Eugene to enter tlie University of Oregon. lie will take the electrical uglneer- i lug course, Mts. Maud Inman (nee Davis) who was visiting hor parents. at Wal lowa, and with friwidu In Ui chy, has ret ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 February 1911

m Historical Society TWICE -A-WEEh SA TURD A Y EDITION . '.. I WW U. b I III I Urll lWa UTJ ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY", OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. CUTY OFFICIAL PAPER. HIGH SCHOOL BILL BACKED BY RUSK HIS OWN CONSTITUENTS CHARGE . HIM WITH SECTIONAL FEEL ING AND ROW STARTS. I . From Portland Telegram. Statehouse, Salem,' Ore., Feb. 16 By throwing all his persamoi iuflu ence Into the ba'ance In favor of the substitute for House Mir 349; by Mil ler, of Columbia, relating to the abol ishment" of county high schools, which1 pajssd the house yesterday afternoon by a small majority, Speaker Rusk has kicked up the liveliest kind of a row among his; own constituency. Not only did Sutto:'i of Lane, impugn hla motives on the floor but a dele gation from Rusk's home territory headed by Jay Dobbin, a wealthy far mer, reached the capilol shortly af ter the bill was passed, too late to protest, and its members made proph ecies as to what would happen to Rusk In case he 'ask3 for politic...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 February 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-WeeM AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Entered as Recond-f'lass matter January 2, 1909, at the postoffice at Enterprise. Oregon, tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rales: One year $2, lz months $1, three mouths 00c, one month 20c. On yearly cash in adrance subscriptions a discount of !5 i given. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. PARTS OF ONE EVIL. Socrutes is credited with saving: "There aro two things which 'Jie mag istrates of Alliens will .tie careful to keep out of our city opulence ami poverty. Opulence bc-causo it engen ders weakness ami cffemliiftiicy: pover ty because it broods baseness and crime; both because they lead to revolution. One cannot exist with out the other. Th are the two ex tremes of one evil." Worth thinking over, lan't it? The United States Is filling rapidly with ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 February 1911

MftHV USES CROWD jbe tried at the Vay terra; Three Im-i W. J. Funk & Co. vs J. W. and Ar H portrait wjt.uigt s. i Peart LWiltett, tie A. W4Isoa. ., .pismlssed ! asj.sattled J i CRIMNA James Nolan (who v-as wounded try- Ins to separate tr-e combatants) and Charies Raney were put under r00h:ivvnmn Lydali; jrT; IDavis andlli Lead Mountain inine passed thru GRAND JURY HAD RETURNED 17 INDICTMENTS UP TO SATURDAY. Up to Spturday morning the grand jury had returned 17 Indictments and one not true bill. The latter was the charge of stabbing egainst one . Sam La Branch of Wallowa. Against the other man In that row, Alfred Arthur, three Indictments were returned, two for selling liquor and one for selling liquor to a minor. Ho pleaded guiity to all three, and on the last one was sentenced to 60 days la the county jail. Sen- poned until some future time. , R. A. Deviue, the ' man who "took'' . jubscrlptlons to two or three ilgh class magazines and threw In a foun tain pen, all for" $1 cash,...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 February 1911

oBHBBHBDyiiBHMnHECBaiinBnaBHnHBBaaiaBHnnannBuaBBBBBaHBriBaGBHnanBanDBnnnnBBnHaaoa .. arm Watch For Our Saturday Special a a a 13 Q a EJ ca a E3 a a a a a ' a ES E3 3 a a a u a a a n 19 n E3 D a ia ca 13 a a 13 a a C" A : x7 ' ' "T"" " '' i ,V . :- : .... lift ifr Shapes and Styles For All Figures A well fitting Corset for your particular form there is a big difference ''-y 4 ENTERPRISE AGENTS FOR ion, Bon edfern W MiV . W WW "m : 11 1 : mfy i. I 1 l.'i ' l-l.A III I V f ,7 , I T J I arners, and oyal Worcester CORSETS Do you Know what this means? That we control the sale in this town of the Four Leading lines of Corsets made. law Our showing of styles in these famous makes lias made bur store ' THE CORSET SHOP OF TOWN 5 J III.. . i ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE W NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND . J. FUNK & COMPANY THE QUALITY STORE Big Demand For Trained Fruitmen E3 y a n a El EJ a a u n y D y a rj n E2 E3 E3 U a CI CI a ca Eastern Concerns Offer Large rles For O. A. C. Graduates In Horticulture. Sal ...

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