The Kellogg Enterprise from Kellogg, Iowa on July 10, 1903 · Page 5
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etter box our eggs: * to tmfc« me found ad threw ays took left, the 6ox Is ' the bird UMepe*d«BC* Day Said: "Fore* freed land'ajway. Now iad*p*ndeace tet't declare Frow indirection's tyrant snare; Good friends, shake off this deipot rce always OB dvty. A r*o* for Fi*htef»7 "It way interest yon to learn that ?owe» Is being served at breakfast several times each week to tbe member* of the Second Regiment, N. O. P., now on 4tttyat thisplace. - "EUaar W. Buow»." SB of .the ir on you ttlon -lent, and rt them- .ting out r of you-I iority to lomlnate Rosclo lathering tenet} by tarted to number, , "fell on ried and causing :hlmpati rtook of he New ime this anquets are condo they imch. [It. has In him la class, arge as s grand- He IB it.--Mil Use. used as the ves- rica and dy their rill be the ob- wrts. in. con«ld- n,-:even to walk into "the t closed idow of burteen Vienna een ai; e three ches In pay the legraph ionarieV ad give r of the »r other JSted. ctor. of the rtallzed which" icrlbed. In ..very ---· ^--- -~--^ -^ -^ -~ -mr ·^·^·^·^^·^^f^'^i^^r^pi THE 10 CENT STORE Located iii the Gilreatb building on High street. - ^ ff f, re to the trade *P«ial bargains in all lines. Following are a few of the many selected at randum: Ladies Gaus^ Vests at 5c and upwards, Laces_at Ic per yard and upwards,. Table Linens at 29c per yard, Ladies' Base at 8c~per r pair, F " _ Children* s Good Ribbe.d Hose 8c worth 15 Men' s" Suspenders at lOcTper pa~ir, Kheedles and Pins, leper paper, Galvanized Tubs and Bushel Baskets, Copper Bottom Wash Boilers, Clothes^Baskets and"Wringers at 40 per cent less'than anywhere else. " It will pay you big uTiome in and sec my goods and get prices lean save you money. Come in and get acquainted anywayj whether you wish to buy or 10 CENT STORE j M CAMANSKY^ PROPRIETOR, KELLOGG, IOWA. Wanted Calumny Denied. A statement was printed in the To- pefea Capital that William- Allen White., editor of the Emporia r (Jazett» and author" of'the celebrated "Boy* "Yllle" stories, wore a plug hat at the dinner given to President Roosevelt In Topeka. Soon after Mr White r*- turned to Emporta he-sent this dispatch, to the Capital: "Deny story that I wore"plug hat. Mob forming around office.- Sheriff refuges protection. Wife -consulting an attorney, seeking divorce. --Printers threatening strike. ' rne Arkansas mver. Eioept when flooding, the Arkansas river, In Oklahoma, Is not a formidable stream. It gains in magnitude after passing the Indian Territory; and In the vicinity of East Gibson becomes stronger "and deeper. , ,, A Record lii; Nursing. At the village of Montroix, Puy de- Dome, France, live twofold women, mother-and daughter, who have nursed 140 babies/without losing a single one. The mother was 'born in 1807 and the daughter .In 1828.' The local council has supported an application on their behalf for the Motyon prize, which'Is awarded to candidates who can give proof of having done specially good service to the human race. Nursing Them Sick. "I need a'vacation badly, but I can't ,take it now," said Dr. Price-Price. ^ Manj--GtTTiir-patients' are In r such condition that" I can't afford to leavo them. They need constant nursing." "Ah, yes," replied the man who knew. "I guesrthere are certain patients who if you quit nursing them will get well the first thing you "know." ain. ! at the recent (r/traln hlch ; ls Ing-tao; n: '-. ·'. xandra no day, to the to the try. ; .work- id^ SOl- «·' 'out r-'·'"·.: · uh of is find icts" of 13,159,and a t 190L had three i gets I froin Chinese Paper Centuries Old. It has long been Itnown that paper was first made in China,-and was Introduced in Europe (Germany) in 1190. Sven Hodln, on his last Asiatic trip discovered fragments of Chinese paper that were 1,650 years'old Hlmly of Wiesbaden, the expert in old Chinese, is engaged" in deciphering the writing on. this paper. Older Than the Christian Era. Some workmen, while digging gravel at Wenden, Saffron-Walden, Eng- iandj unearthed a very rudely decorated clnerary^urn, containing a quantity of dark earth mixed apparently with the cremated remains of a human being The inn IB probably 2,000 years old -and of Celtic ."origin! " Value of Stork* to Egypt. Were It not .for the" multitude of storks that thong £o Egypt every winter there would be no living in some parts of the country, for, after every foundation, frogs appear in devastating swarms. ^_ May Be Wreck of Troopship. It Is suggested that the wreck recently discovered In J Dublin bay may be that ot a troopship which went down la the bay In M16 with troops returning- f rom.Waterloo. jVIay ToGrs- to ©aliforr)ia - Waking a Sure Thing of It. -' A Cleveland doctor fired upon and seriously wounded a burglar, whom he was afterward, called upon to treat professionally.- He got him the second time. Berlin Berlin baa now a "bachelors' club" divided Into small flat*,, with smoking and dining-rooms in . common, where single men can live at moderate rates. And Kercnhappwek. We believe it In possible these days to hear of babies being christened with every old-fashioned name except Melvina.---Atc¥isoh~GloJie; -" Steel Peng. Early steel pens were BO costly that Makers- advertised they "would 'make such repairs as wer6* necessary, for a stated time,.-.generally six. months. When a. ni an damaged'tils pen he'car-- rled it back .to ther, factory and .hhd ·U menderf by, an ! experienced ;m«- chanlc. : · : ' ··',": : / ' "" ' - ' ; ^ ' " -'-"· , Wealthy New York Churches.": " A New; York' church that keeps "silence respecting," Its '· wealth is the Dutch collegiate,'which Is reputed to have tin income.-'from* investments of 1400,000.a year. T.rinlty church has in income from .Its- investments of ovor $1,000,000 per annum. - ···''- Few Are Taxpayer*. The population of New York Is about 3,600,000. Of this number only 78,399 pay taxes on personal estate. t Colonist (second-class) rates to California are in effect daily until June 15. Rate from Kellogg is $80.05. May 12 to 18, the round trip rate (Brst-class) to Los Angeles and San Francisco will bo only 150.00. Choice of Routes--via El Paso and via Colorado. For information, call at nearest RockWand ticket office or write J. 6. FARMER, D. P. A., Cedar Rapips, lofa. Ministers Set Qood Example. Of the 2;894~ Congregational minis* ters in England and Wales 2,573 art stated to be teetotalers. Ohio's Free Employment Offices. 1 Ohio has established .free employment offices in the five largest cities of the state, and the' .officials in charge 1 report that from 1890 to 1900 the total number'of applicants of-both sexes was 270.910,,qf /whom 136.670 were given-employment: . · - ' - ' . ' . Work of Traction Plows. . ; - Tfie 60-horse power traction engines used on Western ranches'will.-pull simultaneously 17 14-inch plows plowing to 60 acres per day'; or wlllplow, drill and harrow, all at one time, with properly arranged tools,: from 35 to SO acre* per .day. · " Subscribe for THE KNTEBPBISE. Has Big.Crew. Six/ hundred men .are 'regularly employed on the,new steamship Kaiser Wllhelm; Try Second Marriage. Statifitics-.gathered by:llie;New. York board :of health show .that widowers of all .races, colors and 'creeds take less kindly to a second dose of'single blessedness'than do "widows. Of itie total· .number of persons, .seeking the marital state in tho standard year the- bereaved ones of both sexes^made..up one-tenth of.the list and, the widower* outdid the widows to: the'' number of 666^' Since the- reports,'of the':board deal solely with Indisputable farts and -leave .debatable theories^ to the speculative mind .the Inquirer: has;'to. look elsewhere' for,; an. explanation.':of the disparity in figures.. .?· flnds it In various sources,; but 'the authorities consulted .disagree: However,: the preponderance of testimony Indicates that woman, by the sweetness, of, her dls- -position, contributes more materially to a man's happlhesa than he : .does to hers, and that, having lost one spousa, he i«;''never. satisfied 1 tintll he flnds somebody else, like, her. ·'.. ".' Th» Mod«rn Race After Wealth. ..The mania for money-making has developed into. .downright madness. And the explanation'-Is easy. People see that it Is fast becoming the chief, if not the only,'standard of respectability. When Talleyrand was ask** It b« was not ashamed to eell his Influence lit making treaties under the first empire he replied: "My. friend, do you.not ·«« that than ar* b«t two things left In Krance--poo*? aa4 tke guillotine?" We are. rap41y ~ ap- proMhlng tb« p«rkMl In ant own Matory wh« tk«r« will k*.bnt two Utngs len in ly.--Louisville KELLOGG LUMBER YARD! CHARLES BQBZm, PROPER A complete line of -Sfisb, Doors, Blinds and all kinds of Lumber is kept constantly on hand. ' If you are contem- plaUqg the ;· building 'of .-a new house, a barn or,a fence, call and get" my prices. I also have in stock (ind, i n . fact all kinds of building material; at lowest prices. .Yards South of tbe'.Hailroad, High Street. CHARLES BOBZIN, KELLOGG, IOWA, f MR; READER:--Should you. receive this pnpor as a -Sample .Copy, we ask you to subscribe. Fill out the following,-blank and mail nt once; ; - ^ .·.-:"· ,...'' ' - . ' " . ·-',' .:"' W. : P. CO1JTTS,.Kellogg,-Mm. ' · ' . - . - . ' " " ' ·;, ' Please'sryd.THE ENTERPRISE one year for which 1 itf/ree to. pay $1.00 in advance or $1.50 at the end of the year. . ' MAIL THIS TO.DAT. ;" TOMORROW 'NEVER · ' COMES. - . . ' ' - . · ' " - · A REMARKABLE OFFER. The.attention of our readers is-directed to tho announcement in -this.issue ofj special. ciubbliig rates with the YOUNG PEOPLE'S WEEKLY, tho.best paper of its class published in America. Our arrangements are -exclusive, and on tot-ms that enables us to offor that, paper and THE ENTERPRISE for 81.40 per year. - Our readers will 'surely , appreciate this very liberal offor, and we Invite them to make it known to such of tholr friends as are not subocribors. Two papers for tho price of ono is an inducement seldom offered, especially when either is well worth the price asked for both. All mibtcriptlons accompanied, by the cash,'should be sent to thi« office. . WANTED--Faithful person to travel for a well established house in a few counties, calllnp on retail, merchants and agont«. Local territory. Salary $1024 a "year and expenses, payable $10.70 a week in cash and expenses advanced. Position permanent. Busi- noHn succpisful and rushing. Standard House, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. 30 R - I - P . A - N - S Tabules . Doctors find A good prescription For mankind. The 5c packet is enough for 'usual occasion. The family bottle '(Wcente) contains a supply for ayear. All drug- giits »ell them. iNEWSPA'FERr

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