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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, July 11, 1920, LAST EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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1 A large prt of our pre6crip-
LkJUfciiX CUa tl0n lrade is made up of out
I VVvV V of town orders. We send med;
Icine9 all over the country, from Alaska to Mexico. Write
!' or wire us your needs when vactionmg.
Everything for thc
Summer toilet equipment must be Ir.rgcr ant! more comprehen
sive than In winter. Select articles for hands, face, teeth and
body from our complete assortment
Perfumes Soaps Talcums
Toilet Waters Brushes Sachets
I Powders Combs Manicures
I Creams Mirrors Powder Puffs
CAPS AND BAGS FOR SPECIAL
! BATHING PAGE'S TALCUM
Smart, new styles in caps
Bags for carrying your own Six bewitching odors. Large
6u,t . boxes. Regular 35c size.
; C?ps, 25c to $1 50
Bag3 75c to $2.50 at 19c
TWINK BAYER Wear
I Dyes as it washes -rnc enly genuine j
Made by the Bayer. The Bayer Protect your eyes
rmkers of Lux Cross is your sfc frm sun, w.na
makers of guard '20c a and dust You
All colors and dozen; 2 for 25c, need a pair when
tints .... 10c 1Q3 f0V 51 25 motoring.
CLEANER Co5ts you 500 10 25c t0 51 50
mm ii Cleanses silk DYSPEPSIA Takc Some
Cleans Co s.ik CANTERBURY
I waists, stockings, ; Monarch Dyspep . CANDY
I lingerie, without ca Tablets give
ready rcl.ef from Satisfy that crav-
injury. E;sy to j Indigestion, gas, ing for sweets
use. 25c and 50c i belc hng or palpi you get on every
bottles. tation 5Cc outing.
ing showers these warm
J PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
V . 479 Washington Avenue
I Thirteenth Ward Choir
I To Give Song Service
f A song service will bo conducted by
tho Thirteenth ward choir this evening
I at 7 o'clock at the ward nicotine house
1 Twenty-third street and Jackson ave-
The program Includes-
"Father to Thee" (male quartette)
Francis Bthling. Herman Weet
brook, William Bugg, William
Tnor solo .. .. . William Pickett
"Just As I Am' (mixed quartette
Thclma. Higpenbotham. Doris
Martin, William Purdle, Heber
The Lord Hath Redeemed His
People ' Choir
Reading Pearl Clark
Soprano solo ...Mrs Kthel Burks
Come L'nto Me" . . . .Mixed Quartette
"Rock of Ages-' .Male Quartette
"Song of the Redeemed" .... Choir
p asawaMBas a aaia aaMB wM
Time Means Nothing?
Just Scan This Over
Road Nebs Get Hefty
(By AL WARDEN.) 1
Some peoplo have no use for time.
Some arc rich therefore they don't
need time with which to spend it
some are poor they lack a world of
time while those who labor have
oodles of time that la the majority
of them have but at one of the of
fices of the I tilted States public roads
bureau In ih Colonel Hudson Build
ing, time Is one of the chief assets
to each day's toll.
Tho door Is adorned with pregnant
phrases which in the estimation of
those who have given it the once
over, are beyond a doubt second to
PASTED ON Tni: door
Adorning the door and pasted with
honest to goodness glue, typed with
! probably a late model Underwood Is
j the following, the first in this case
spelling defeat for the newj hound.
TMmc- allowed for Interviews In this
office 2 minutes.
Time allowed for friendly calls
Tlnib allowed for friendly calls
! when busy 1 minute.
Time allowed for life Insurance
agents 1 second.
PrlendH with a scheme 5 seconds
Friends with a scheme willing to
I let its in on the ground floor no
Friends to ask us to eat 60 min
utes. Those wllllnit to pa) bills C0 hours.
60 minutes and 00 seconds
The total number ot mottoes are
1 first rate in every particular accord
j ing to some but tbe first , Item
which bars the reported spells ruin
I and especially to the gent seeking
I news on a day when the word news
Is a scarce as the old time sold dol
1 ISr, But lo and behold the newspaper
man is not the only man hard hit.
Take a peep at the Insurance at;ent.
TO BE INSPECTED
Three Government Officials
Leave for Ogden to Look
Three government officials connect
ed with the fish and gam department
at Washington, departed last night for
Ogden, where they will inspect S pro
posed resting placo for migratory
This bit of news was received with
great Joy by members of the Weber
Rod and Gun association, who have
been working on the proposed grounds
for some time.
The territory Included in the inspec
tion will begin at the mouth of Bear
river at Corrlne and will embrace the
land east of Corrine to the Lucln Cut
off. Tho west boundary will Include
the entire lake within that territory
to the land on the west side of the
It is the pl.nn of the officials to
make that territory a resting place
foi migratory birds and with that end
ii vitw th inspection tours will be
made. All species of migratory birds
Will bp listed on the resting grounds
If the federal pluns mature
The sun is hot enough to melt, on
lis surface, an envelope of Ice.
There arc about 5000 different
languages spoken fh the world.
The pulse of a new-born child beats
'from 130 to HO times a minute.
j fust received
I Car load of fltfSL
Talk about a guy bring out of luck
Baj what could he sell In 1 second j
lie mlffh sell the first ipher on his'
insurance policy--but outside of that
he would be nillos from home com
pared in the news writer an we have'
said before he receives a measly 2;
minutes which by the way Is plenty
j if you are minus news.
I But if the girl stenojerapher at - j
tempts to drink a oda on a hot day
and In so doing. she faints who'
I could gel the details her name
and the particulars in t-uh minutes?
, That is the question before the re
porters. ( FRIENDLY CAUL Heh: HFH!
I Yep, and Jut think perhaps tho
Insurance agent micht become ex
hausted bj the h-il and a hundred,
other things could happen hat is
Just n probability but what we would
like to know is what the 'bugs" in
the office term a friendly call. It'
surely Isn't one of the old fashioned;
friendly calls vou know one of thosei
old time (hats when the gin phiz and'
' the high ball and the other populsrs
brands starred Naw. wouldn't be :
po;slble, according to the old timers
as those lind of visits require weeks
and some times months.
FIT THE BILL?
The remaining rulels on the chart
with one exception seem to fit tho
(bill at least that is what toiiik of the
wise ones say. Can y'u imagine a
1 reporter taking a guy to dinner for
Co minutes not now Steve the H.
I C L. wave sweeps this tvaj dally
and aGalri a guy requiring 60 minutes
to eat nowadays In any c-afe must be j
starred to death. Firstly because j
the cafes dojl t iclve one the meal
for your silver thai requires an j
hour secondly because It takes but
B few minutes to devour the said 1
' eats " and lust but not least we don t
jail have a Stand in with the girl walt-l
ress or the cook.
Young Man Accused of Petit
Larceny Goes to Jail for
G P. Warner, charged with petit
larceny, was sentenced to four months
jin jail by City Judge D R. Roberts
yesterday morning. Warner pleaded
I Warner was arrested with Yerno'i
Sanberg In connection with the theft
of Jewelry and old gold coins from J.
. G. Yanner and La Mont Sanberg, upon
I which a value of $2026 had been
Warner was foud guilty of taking
la stick pin and 8 $5 gold piece, of the
j coinage of 1 S3 4 and valued bj the
j owier at $400.
He admitted In court that ho had
sen cd IS days, 30 days and 60 days
In tho city jail on three petit larceny
1 c barges.
In sentencing Warner. Judge Rob
erts told him that the court admired
his frankness arid for this reason was 1
going to be lenient. Warner's face
1 brightened but when the Judge said
120 das or $120, the young man's
shoulder's flumped and he sagged
hopelessly SJ he was lead Irom the
court room by Detective Robert
Chambers, his captor.
Warner was turned over to the
sheriff to begin his sentence In the
Sanberg will be delivered into the'
custody of the Juvenile court.
600 CHAIR PUSHERS
AT ATLANTIC CITY I
GO OUTON STRIKE
ATLANTIC CITY X J, July
10. Six hundred memhers of the
Chair Pushers" union struck to
day, causing a tic-up of the roller
fhalr traffic on the board walk
Two strikers were arrested for
1 dlsorderlv ronduct. The men de
mand fifty cents an hour Instead
of 26 cents.
Sure Way To Get
Rid Of Dandruff
There Is one sure wa that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that la to dissolve it. This de
stroys It entirely To do this, just
get about four ounces of plain, ordl
nary liquid arvon; apply it at night
when retiring; upe enough to moisten
tbe scalp and rub It In gently with the
B morning, most if not all. of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it. no mailer
how much dandruff yoli may have
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will ston in
rtantly, and your hair will be fluffy
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
look and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid nrvon at any drug
store. It Is inexpensive, and four
ounces is all you will need This sim
ple remedy has never been known to
LADY OVERCOMES USE
"Troubled about 10 years with what
the doctors called gall stones, often I
thought I would die before tho doctor
could get here, when ho would give me
a hypodermic of morphine and advise
an operation. A neighbor told me
about Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for
stomach trouble, and since taking the
first dose 2 years ago I have not
had an attack nor needed a hypoder
mic." It la a simple, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal mu
cus from the Intestinal iract and allays
the Inflammation which cause prac
tlcally all stomach, liver and Intestln
al ailments, including appendicitis.
One dose will convince or money re
fnnned Advert iernnt.
I "Sncl save money H
Midsummer's gala day is less ihan two veeks off. There'll be parties,
excursions to canyons and resorts and ail kinds of occasions to cel
ebrate the day.
Whatever ycu do, be dressed to fit the pari. Blue serge coat and
white trousers are decidedly the thing at every summer gathering.
Save the blue serge pants for fall. Order now get the Dundee com- P .
bination of perfect fit, authentic style and quality fabrics. jjL
You save 10 per cent i
Serge Special- - E H
$47.50. OWEN BENNETT. Prep.
On Hudscn Avenue by the Alh?mbra Theatre
LOOK WHO'S HERE I
jjLzrz M yr Of course I'M a
1 i$ Y VRV yOOHQj PARTY
ft ( ftOT 'O0 OU CiEEZE-RS i
L - -y AW$- UttD ACT SvAARTV-
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N iVfV 5TVJNT5, I
PIONEER DAY 10
North Ogden and Pleasant
View to Combine in
Pioneer day will be observed by
North C(?den and Pleasant Vie?.
i which communities w ill participate In
a Joint celr-bratlon at North Ogden j
Committee In charge Includes.:
'Arthur B Bcrrett, Henry Storey, J. I
I Alma Bailey. Henry Jensen. Nephl P
Mathews. A number of sub-eoinmlt-teoa
will be appointed to arrange de
tail. A league game between North Op
den and Pleasant View v. ill bv.- held.
Pioneers who fettled In tho com
munities before tho advent of he rail
roads will bo special guests.
FOR jVTADOQ $443 1
LOS ANGELES, Cal , July 10 Hx
pcnif of thf- ( ain. ilgn to obtain the
Democratic presidential nomination
for William G McAdoo, former eec-l
retarv of the treasury, totalled $4-43 '
said Judge S. B Amldon. of Wichita.
Kan . here today. Judge Amldon, who,
lo a national Democratic, committee-1
I the San rrnnclsco convention. He
aid the money was supplied by hiin-
I self and three friends.
"The .McAdoo campaign filled be-i-ausn
of McAdoos reticence," said
Judfja Amldon. "If he hid stld the
word, we could have nominated him
on the third or fourth bailor. But,
ho did not want the nomination ana
m wmi pm i
consequently we could not make uny V
promisee to obtain the nocosaary
-iuie Amldon said he most "as- K-
Hurrdly" would support Gov. Cox, who, HLfiS
I he declired. "had consistently backed H -9!''',
the idmlnlatratlon and the (-.-it;Me of
I nation's without any dlstructlve roser- , .
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