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   Kellogg Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Kellogg, Iowa                               OMLr DUOCfcATIC NCW8PAPU M Mfe EAJTCUI HALT OT JAi- OOOMTV THE KELLOGC ENTERPRISE mm. JCVMT fMPAY IBTTHK iMV WNHC AND CHtCAOO jPsMsOUt M AU. TMI mtttfAl CITItt Buy Your Winter Suppte Early rfowteg tart rtock of winter presented in Kellogg, at 700 can not in the eute of Iowa. itaBtafc block. o: P. MYERS, i ATTORNEY AND NOTARY. 1 (tim.MDrtQ Attf's) OvcrBhOMls' Store. North Side at the (Square. v NEWTOS, IOWA. E. C. OGG, ATTORNEY-ABSTRACTOR. i ffwt special attentioi to probate i My abstract books are 'ie. 1 have money to loan rates. NEWTON, IOWA. t I CROSS Ptompt attention given to til le- 111 Oflice over the Jasper I T NEWTON, IOWA. L. S. KENNINGTON, ATTORNEY. ipeclal attention to Jettle neat at- estates. Office over Firit National NEWTON, IOWA 1I 11 11 T. MHOMI. I. O COIF. SfOReAS ATTORNEYS. Suite over First National bank. _ NEWTON; IOWA; K. W. WOOD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AlfD Office up'-rtairs over6. A: Burton's 1 hardware More. Night calls answered from the office, A. J. DECKER 'OPTOMETRIST All modem appliances and methods for examination of J the eye; no drills used. 1 1 J.F. HACKETT, M. D. PHYSICIAN SURGEON. I 'Oriice at reiidence. KELLOGG, IOWA. m i very beet valuee to be had lOc per yard. flannelettes, Cdeif doth, Velour Flannels etc., etc., made purposely for nice, soft, 'warm dretoee, more'dreeey than the Outing Flannels and better finished, very fine 10, and 15c per yard. Good Weight Outing Flannels a quality that many stores sell for lOc we are only asking 8c while they last. Mitten ftannel at 15, 18 and 20c per yard. Good Skirting Flan- nels heavy weight, warm and serviceable 15c. Comfort Calicos and Silkolines a big line, at from 6c to 15c. Table Linens A new line of bleached linens at 50, 60, 75, 1.00 and per yard. Special, Unbleached Pure German Linen, extra Aeavy 1.00' value for 85c. Underwear We have an extra large line of Underwear of all kinds for the baby up to ,all kinds Jfor the grown ups, we handle only first grades in these, it will pay you to look at our line before you buy Our prices are right. Sweaters, Sweater Coats from 50c'to Largest line in town. Great Big line of Notions just arrived showing the latest things in Colored Ric Racs, Silk Trim- ming Tapes, Bias Braids and a large assortment of Featherstitch and other braids. New assortment of Percales, the good wearing grade we have always handled, Come and see. Justice. 1 You owe it to yourself to come and see our line before you buy, we are in a better position to give you the best values for your money than any store in Jasper County. Save Money by trading at the Handy PlaceT OCTOBER i THE ipandl ENTCRPRISC, riowa, nqulM by M, ..............Keiloff, Iowa. .KeUonY Iowa. KeJlogf, ud atcuitty bidden.: MMHlttt Of U. HMSB, Hotary Public. FUTURE BOOKINGS CRYSTAL THEATRE Si. 1 WINNING THE LATONIA DERBY THE OUTCAST......t. THE CBY OF THE CHILDREN' SHE A SOLDIER'S HONOR DAVID COPPERWELD IN OLD TENNESSEE V HUMAN-HEABTS; October 6 October 12 ....October 19 October 36 November 2 .November 9 16 November S3 C. W. SPLIRLING, Auctioneer, r.ellogg Iowa Twenty years' experience, m the West. With satisfied customers record, a share of your business is solicited. Satisfaction guaran- teed, .prices reasonable as nay first class auction- eer See me or leave orders at Enterprise office. J 'I P. L. Talboti M; f ;Aiwistant State Veterinarian 111 I Dental Arioesthetics used when desired. OfBee up-stairs in Craven Simpson brick block Mutual Phone No. 75. J KELLOGG, IOWA." V II" -i f. JOY.. AHIIA B. JOT. -I. J. JOT. .DENTISTS. Gu and other anesthetics, used vita are. Office in Joy block, etst of southeast corner of square. NEWTON. IOWA. H. P. ENGLE, M. D. II OCULIST AND AURIST. .Diseases of tbe Eye, firand Nose. Gtuto scientifically ffltcd. Tele- No. 73; residence, No. 300. 300 Olive St.- NEWTON, IOWA.) Heaters, Ranges -and Base Burners at .itin- -heaM of; Ail new stock. Come .early GEORGE L. MILLER, Gridiinte from 1 J PrAW41Q -A'-WTii'f A-wa 1 TPHBD ANB REPAIRED fAH work {utnnteed. Permanent tOX Jl KILLOGG, IOWA. Letfve orders at The B. BHKTON C..J. IKI3H h1" i Burton Irish Write Insurance. We reprenf nt six flret-ciam In- surance .Companies and are pre- look after your initur- ancc in a itatlsfactory manner.. Office witli Burden A' Co. State Bank. ,23 KELUMO, IOWA. J.B.BraTon, PM..O. J.lmiM. CwkUr. lloi BrnTon. ixUwniCuhltr. BURTON COMPANY] "i Genera) Bankinc Business Done. Iliue Foreign Drafts. HUE FARM LOANS AND RENEWALS Open.iat9 A.M. and closes at 4 P.M. with time lock. flunking to per dozen at T.isor's. Malleable M H The Range With A Reputation wtao will tat 0m ol mtattttlwGIMC bonor-of iMrt iHtatWs WM'I Break or Rust LIU Steel-OotwtMt Thnc All Upper MmUeR OAtr EicMwe Fetfmn. tf M OM f me wtHk B. A. BURTON, KELLOGG, IOWA. It Should In Your less andiasts longer- Have jrcni been using tihV or iron, or shingles for roof- jnj your buiJeHnei? Prepared Kocfine COM iuiy of them in the pUce arid iii tlie Perhaps bran rf of prepared roof- than itmt brands it will and the, bwt among tbe net. The only, things you need to lay f hwnmeraai; t pair of; hands. inclndlng- directions. packed Atntti A roof that would a can tw covered m aOmM, By the way, Are compenieii IPnrleu Roofiag. ITHtt do, they say'about There are two Uont back ofevery roll of Peerlew Roofing Tha nannfacturer'a and oor own" And we bath spent too many baild- up a njratatkm for right and fair. sqnara daaliof to a now. That's why Peerlea RooOaf to Would you lie to team man? 'Drop in. NEWS NOTES CWtKW MM SOCKTY -Fnah paneake Aours at Zfeor'w foil UM ol hmtat cieaniBf sup- plies at Usor's. -White Lily flow BUver Leaf In tall -Praaebtaf at tnv CbtteUao ehvnh I Sunday ami rreolag. an ooal, tbe beat for tbe klhshen at the Concrete Stone Work.. watering tanks, any sue or shape, built by the Concrete Stone Ofeg rtAB-lN ADVAKCK. _ MM SIX MOHTtU-a ADVANCE M TBKttllOHTflt-IN ADVANCE m -While here Mr. HMt MaywaM MM lam, aoutt to Mr Edwin Miller, 40 acres fowl to Mr. A. L. A Otnnaod danftrter. lilt. Mabel, Ifoinw, sprat frean Tuesday until Thursday at tbe Charles Holindahl teuooto to Heir new home in Mlnofvpolli, Hion. J, It. Pierce of CoJlai. demo- Matte cwdkUte fbr county supednteo- dent, was bere hwt Saturday In tbe tntenat bw oaadldaoy aad -Mr. Oalvjn -HIM Carrie Attdenon baa beta bom for tbe past two waalatftna) her IMS but ahe thinks mm he all rlftbt again with tbe pure coantry air and mother's cookinc A N. Dunn bad the palm of of coffee that sai Liwrt. pound at J. B. Burton and J. W. IMuttt rrtunxd from Oaaaha Wedaea day, where they puidsjned. oiae bead of stock eatUe. Mr. M. fl." HsyuuMs, living wetth (of liMfhassd a ear' toad of stack eattte at tbe same piaee. ifiimiM wtB-ejnejMijf 44 hotao in Buter. IMS Thwaday by Deputy Sheriff; Harry todf in Jail at Xewton. Mr charged with eopaplney to justtra in maneoMeel-wttb the attempt to proeure the pardon of Leo Knmpe, sjenr Mrrlag in the peoJentiary let Mlta Matilda HlliOiMilsi. U Is that Knnpeawi tits BU thesaCt Kike of Baxter, father o{ km. Len Krampe. Cole's Hot Blwt Beaten as food as P. Galoaha. October term of the District Court will convene at Newton next Tuesday. -Concrete material, sand, gravel and Portland Cement, at the Concrete Stone Works. can buy latest and best sweaters at Lisort-the prices range from50ctof4.SO. gay time was enjoyed by the B. M dub at its regular session Monday ing horse, last Friday afternoon. The wound Is causing him considerable in- convenience as well as great pain. regular setsion of the Kellogg evening of this week. -Concrete building blocks, the cheapest foundation material, at the Concrete Stone Works J and Mrs Frank Coffee are the parents of a daughter born to them Tuesday, October and Mrs W. fL Stuart and Mise Istbel of Gnnnell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs 3 N Stuart. Wftsson'R tenement property is being painted The Henry KltoK family will occupy the property. George Bedding of Newton Bebekab Lodge, 838, at the I. O, O F hall, will be held Friday even- ing, October 4th. All officers and members urged to be present Craven, N. G Helen Holmdahl, Sec. -rThe docket for tbe October term of court will be the heaviest of any tbat baa been inued for some time. There area total of 806 cases 86 probate cases, Z garniahinentx, law and equity'; caies and 14 criminal Journal: Sarah E Tumleeon of White Lake, South Dakota, closed her pleas- ant five weeks visit at the home of Mir and Mrs A G Starrett and departed for her home last Monday. Mrs. SUr- rett accompanied her as far as Des Moines where they 'visited for a few days "with a nephew. wag the anniversary I A. W. Johnson's birthday. She I was made the recipient of many beau- eng o ewton mae e recipen o many eau- has been visiting at the home of her f flfnl souvenir post cards which will be motbei, Mrs A W Johnson, the past I treasured as mementos of the occas'on inn Mrs jODU80n desires us to express her ten days. A t. Miller'raturned from his Ohio trip last Saturday. He is now making preparations to remove per- manently to Ohio ,H R Maywald of towa, visited latter's Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berggren, Jaet -Mrs J. B. Hill is home from a visit with the family of her brother at Valeria and with that ot her daughter Mrs E it. Eubank at Mingo Orville Morgan of Colfax, can- didate for sherifl on the republican ticket, was in town last Saturday getting acquainted with tbe voters. brick work on the Gould Bal- ance Valve company's new factory building has been completed-and the structure will be under roof this week. -Mr; Scott Smith has purchased the Ola Nelson fariu, two miles south of Kellogg. The farm consists of 80 acres and the consideration was per acre.'- r1 Missionary Festival will be held at the Elk, Creek Lutheran church next Sunday at a. m. and p m. Prof. G. J. Zeillinger.pf Dubuque! a brother of the pastor, will the principal speaker. seventy-five young folks en- joyed the party given at the home of Mr. Fred Baldwin on last Saturday night. Game, of various kinds were played and delicious refreshments were served. All departed at a late hour thanking the host for the pleasant spent with him. sincere thanks to her friends for" this kind remembrance Mr; andrMre. S. H. Vinall return- ed home the first o( the week from a pl peasan vs a ra, ansas, were they went- to attend the wedding of Mrs Vinall's cousin, Miss Nell Trout, who .was united in marriage with Mr. C. P. Lee ol that plMem the evening of September 18, 1912. a nail while shoe- Burton A Irish have on; exhibition at Barton Ado-State Bank-an ear of corn, rated OB tbe D. W. Kenos turn' south of Kellogg, which contains 31 rows of corn and weighs 2j Ibs. To any one bringing to tbe Bank an ear equal to th- ojie on exhibition, on or before December a prise of 95.00 will be given. In caw ot tie the money will be divided. Get boar. Watch for future Semt-Annnal Statement. In accordance with the Act of Con- gress, we pub'ish today the first semi- annual statement of the Ownership and Management oL THK In addition to this statement we are required to file with the PostofHce De- partment at Washington a statement of tbe number of copies of this pub- lication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid sub- scribers. This circulation statement in not to be. be certi- fied to under oath and filed with the department as above stated Under a late ruling of tbe f United States Attorney Genemi, tbe publisher IB debarred from sending hia publica- tion through tbe mails, after a given date, If the subscription delinquent' more than one year. _ THE baa a few subscrib- ers who are and the new requirement, we ask that of.-them" make an effort to: pay up and ol t visit at Pratt, Kansas, where favorable circulation the department; A statement of your subscription account will be promptly mailed on request. Proepecte are for still higher prices on account of crop damage, but we are prepared to sell you your coffee supply at a.very low figure. :Our 28c coffee, aatrictly good coffee; with quality; we will sell at 4; poundafor _ -_' A very fine 30c package coffee, ah eicellent blend of best coffeee, we offer .2 packages for 56c. V Try our.coffees. SATURDAY AT Oysters v Channel Catfish FRESH V Blood Red Salmon Mississippi Carp Celery, extra fancy The Best Oyster Crackers to be had. We will have an extra large line of Cooked, Pickled and Smoked meats, cut on our Ameri- can Slicing Machine to suit you personally: Let us show you. POR BY CHAS. BOBZINl KELLOGG, ;i.i.r: iNEWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!   

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