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Beautifully tailored Suits in
black" and grey, neatly trimmed,
Eton effects jackets satin and
silk lined $30 and $35 Suits,
Beautifully, tailored Skirts in
the much wanted grays, neat
checks, regular value is $5.00,
White Lawn Waist
12o White Lawn Waists, beautiful
embroidered fronts, all sizes and
a variety of styles for, each—
50 doz. GLASS TUMBLERS, they are
worth 50c dozen, a leader at, per doeen...
GLASS FRUIT DISHES, beautiful de
signs and colors, eachj only
Hose, white and
black feet the only
hose for comfort
and service 25 doz.
of the 35c quality
for, per pair,
Special in JAPANESE CUPS and SAU
CERS, all new patterns,at*.....
Beautiful Tinted Decorations, Cups and
Saucers and plates,35c values for:.......
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we will offer Extra Bargains in each Department. .• The following are a
few. Don't fail to see them, because to see^them is to buy.
SUBSCRIPTIONS REDUCED TO SO* A YEAR
FOR THE 5x. «o» A COPY FASHIONS
SMART AND PRACTICAL STYLES
Now Right In the
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It seems to us as if everyone is making preparations for warm weather,
both in Ladies and Children's Furnishings and House Furnishings. The
feeling is good, and we will do our best to keep it up by making Special
Inducements for the coming week. V-
That Little TommyTucked
\*^\S Certainly a 5uck?*s
For sincinG for nice bread anp
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A clean up in Children's Coats
our stock is broken and only a
few sizes left to close them up
we make the price
Lace Curtail Sale
Handsome designs in Notting
ham Lace* double: thread, strong
98c, .25, 1.50
AJ1 sizes, and a, variety of de
signs, both Oriental and Floral
ipatterns, from the small
18 in. 27 in. at 98c to
i9xl2 feet at $35
A special sale in useful kitchen articles, Plfe
TINS, MILK TINS, DISH PANS, WASH BA
SINS^ values up to 33c,i in two big lots—
lOo and 15c
If he'd kno'wn vhat to choose
BLUE RIBBON SHOES
To WEAR. UPON HIS Cl/NNINC
COPYRIGHT 190* BV THE BROWN SHOE CO.
A lucky purchase in spite of high priced cotton.
1,000 yards 6c:Apron Checked Gingham, all sized
checks in blue and brown-*-
200 yards of Fancy
they are a perfect
imitation ot wool
ftnd are worth 25c
a yard, but the as
sortment is broken
to clean them up
we make the price,
IT PENETRATES TO
The best known liniment
for Rheumatism, I^ame
Back, Sprains, Bruises,
Burns, Scalds, Stings of
insects^ Mosquito Bites,
Neuralgia or any sore
ness caused by lifting or
Owing to its penetrat
ing qualities this Oil is
far superior to any other
in quickly reducing
swellings and inflamma
tions. For sale only at
I DRUG STORE
TELEPHONE NO. 130
Dr. O. B. Wood, dentist.
Jacob Stein was a business visitor
to Duluth Saturday.
W. P. Chinn, superintendent of
Elba mine, was in the city yester
D. N. Mackenzie, local agent for
the Fitger Brewing Co., was a busi
ness visitor to Duluth yesterday.
Jno. E. Caine, traveling freight
agent of the Northern Pacific, was
a Virginia visitor yesterday.
Aug. Hagberg, state factory in
spector, was up from Dulnth yes
terday, making The Enterprise
Geo. Taylor, of Walker, has ac
cepted a position as assistant in the
hardware department of Henry
Hughes & Co.
Giles Gilbert and son, of Duluth
came up yesterday for a brief visit
with friends and to inspect the Hig
gins mine, in the fee of which Mr.
Gilbert is interested.
Picture Framing done promptly
and in a most satisfactory manner
by W. T. Biss, painter. A fine as
sortment of mouldings from which
to select constantly on hand.
Senator E. B. Hawkins, of Duluth
was in the city vesterday looking
after the local interests of the Drake
& Stratton Company in their con
tract worjk atthej Commodore.
F. J. Rinnert, city assessor, desires
The Enterprise to give notice that
all personal property assessment
forms must be properly filled and
returned to him not later than the
15th. If not, he will make assess
ment upon said property in such
sum aahe may deem just and equit
Thos H. Armstrong, an engineer
on the Mesaba Southern railway,
takes a spring lay-off and rusticates
on his homestead a short distance
south of Ashawa. It is s^id that
Mr. Armstrong will make many im
provements on his place this season
with a view to making an inviting
home for one of Mount Iron's "fair
hittMlthiUfheit 0k Mali
,Dr. O. B. Wood,denti8t.
jtf. L. Matheson is again able to"
be out, after a severe attack of pneu
Mrs. W. B. Watts left Friday for
an extended visit with Chicago
J. Shanedling, of The Big Store,
attended to business matters in Du
August Tiesse, brewmasterfor the
Virginia Brewing Co., spends the
week in Chicago.
The next meeting of the M. E. La
will be held with Mrs. Jos.
Kieren, at the Franklin.
C. H. Munger, general manager of
the Pickand8-Mather 'mining inter
ests was fa visitor to the Minorca
Call on Will8on for your hbuse
painting and decorating. First
class work guaranteed. Prices are
right. Phone 225-L.
A. de Noble purchased the Ahl
strand home, corner of Central and
Walnnt. Mr.de Noble and family
will occupy the place shortly.
John Duflla, of Levin Bros., Min
neapolis, arrived in the city Modday
for a week's visit with his sister,
Mrs. B. Levin, and other friends.
Ben Milavetz has bought the Mau
nula Bros, property at the corner of
Pine and Mesaba, a portion of which
^e occupies with his mercantile es
The Mesaba Art Tailors, Tower
Hotel Block, invite your inspection
of their handsome stock of fall and
winter suitings. Satisfactory work
guaranteed/ and prices always
The Finnish Mercantile. Co. yes
terday opened a new meat market
in connection with
Store, the new department being
under the management of Alfred
Staff, formerly with Joseph Karl.
C. F. Ahlstand and Jacob Paul,
accompanied by their families, will
leave next Tuesday for Green River
Utah, where both have land in
terests and will permanently settle.
The best wishes of many Virginia
friends -will accompany them to
their new home.
Helmer Syrstad has closed his sa
loon in the Louie Fong building,
corner of Chestnut' and Cleveland,
disposing of his goods at auction
on Saturday. This action is because
of Mr. Fong's intention to remove
the present structure and erect a
fine three-story solid brick hotel
building on the corner this summer.
Victor Kapponen, who' has the
contract for putting in the founda
tion for. tire new Finnish Temper
ance Hall, has a crew engaged on
the work this week. 'The contract
for the superstructure, which will
be of brick veneer) will be awarded
shortly, and when complete the So
ciety will have the finest lodge
on the ,ranges.^|^:'
crown and bridge work::
Sdid a customer of ours tlie
other day "have I felt
For every cent invested we like to make
satisfied customers and the HENDERSON
CORSET is one of the helps that make
our store known far and wide as a satis
Represents 15 board
companies which rep
resent assets to the
Insurance written in
all Range towns.
AND SURETY BONDS
GET HIS RATES.
TELEPHONE No. IBB.
STEIN S O'ROURKE BLOCK
Call on WilUon for paperhanging
and kalcimining. First class work
guaranteed. Phone 225-L.
The Young Men's Bible Class of
the M. E. Church will give a bach
elor's supper May 23d.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will
meet next Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Adelbert Trotter,
J. T. Ahrens and E. C.Strauss will
leave next Tuesday tor a brief visit
to Green River, Utah, where both
have recently acquired land inter
M. Steinberg leaves the last of the
month for his mineral claims in
southwestern Montana. Mr. Stein
berg has a promising proposition
and will do considerable develop
ment work the coming summer.
Buy your drafts
Cash your checks
Deposit your funds
Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance A
W.H. COLE,Preeident -v©
C. T. FAIRBAIRN. V. Presf A
D. W. STEBBINS, Cashier,
fortable and dressed up at
the same time until I wore
Here's Full Value