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y OGDEN MORNING EXAIflNE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 14 1910 3
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Ii lu choicest fnilta tho orchards pro
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the supply and please our numerous
Ill Irons You can always rely upon
fc sound quality of tho fruit you
iii > here It Ss always FRESH RIPE
mid in SEASON and we arc not ask
lUg extravagant prices either
r Watch our dally market letter
Fruits and vegetables fresh every day
Place your orders early and thereby
b got tho pick of our mornings stock
ff Prompt deliveriescourteous treat
ment
Fresh Peaches 1 lbs 25c
Apples G Ibs ZGc
1 Puma 5 Ih basket 20o
riaimuas dozen 20c
> Oranges dozen 20c and 50c
< Potatoes 25 Ibs aOc
I Boots 5 bunches lOc
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Lettuce G bunches lOc
Radishes C bunches II0c
Carrots bunches 100
Green or Wax Beans 4 Ibs 20c
Green Corn dozen ears 20c
Fresh Tomatoes 3 Ibs lOfc
New Utah Honey per comb lie
Satsuma Plums 4 Ibs 25c
Bartlctt Pears 4 Ibs 2Gc
Ifah Concord Grapes 2 Ibs 25c
Green Gago Plums 6 Ibs 25c
Egg Plant lOc
Tho pickling season Is now on Wo
have small cucumbers white onions
and cucumbers for making dills Got
jour orders In before It Is too late
j SWIFTS Premium Hams and Ba
con enough said Wo have thorn
Tho choicest line of Teas and Cof
fees In the city
Our New Crop of Canned Peas anti
Asparagus are In prices tho same as
heretofore
We carry a full line of picnic and
camping party pickles oliver canned
I meats preserves Jams Jelllca etc
UTAH CANTALOUPES and WATER
MELONS ore now In the t
Wo also carry ft full lino of fruit
Jars and Jolly glasses
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that no better laundry work can bo
turned out that that which we do
Our laundry Is equipped with all the
f latest uptodate machinery to facili
tate the handling of your laundry
lth the leant wear nud tear All
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to many that we are certain that wo
can please you too
OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
Launderers Cleaners and Dyorc
437 25th Street
ENGRAVING REPAIRING
RF UPP
JEWELER
1 want your watch to repair
2476 Grant Ave Ogden Utah
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SERVE 180 DAYS
Jt Is
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against a thief ff ho
i5 in their house and your appear
mice was such as to gain for you ad
inttnnce Into the home of Mrs Good
tuld Judge Murphy to C B Mitchell
in passing sentence upon him for
prllt larceny
You are a young mall
of more than ordinary Intelligence
t nd alight to be
able to make arc
fipcctable living In any community
Jl appears though that you have no
exposition to make an honest llv
ng It looks as though you want to
I h > a thief and nothing more Tho
sentence of thecourt thnt
court Is that you pay
a fine of 180 or In lieu thereof
servo ISO days In the count jail
This will give you time to reflect
and perchance chango your ways
When you get out of Jail It would be
well for you to start life anew and
Uiiko something of yourself Instead
of entertaining the Idea that you
r Uiould make a living stealing other
peoples property go to work and
make an honest living
Friday young Mitchell pleaded
feiiilty to the charge of petit larceny
the complaint In thp isc alleging
that on July 2 ho stole 22 worth of
jewelry from the trunk of Mr and
Mrs David Crockett Mitchells older
brother was Implicated In the theft
ns shown In tht testimony given la
Ids hearing for grand larceny the
two boys seemingly making the loot
Ing of places to which they gain in
gress a business
The young fellow has been in jail
for about a month pending tho action I
of the court but tho court was not
Inclined to extend mercy In any de
gree
BROTHER BOUND OVER
Further testimony in the prelim
inary hearing of Earl B Mitchell
charged with grand larceny was
taken In the municipal court yester
day relative to the value of the
property alleged to have been stolen
and RB to whether It was taken from
one or moro trunks
Mr and Mrs David Crockett stated
that tho goods In court which they
hud previously identified as theirs
rnd which wore found In the posses
sion of the defendant in Seattle wore
stored In one trunk and that the box
fipoken of in connection with the
trunk contained nothing but books
cind pictures
Tho attorney for the defense con
tended that the value of the property
stolen had not been proved to bo
worth 50 consequently the young
man should not be held to answer
the charge of grand larceny before
the district court The court how
ever took a different view and or
dered that Mitchell bo held to await
the action of tho district court Ills
lond was fixed at DOO
FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HAY
FEVER
Asthma antI summer bronchitis
take Foleys Honey and Tar It
quickly relieves the discomfort and
suffering and the annoying symptoms
disappear It soothes and heals the
Inflamed air passages of the head
throat and broncnlal tubes It con
tains no opiates and no harmful drugs
Refuse substltues Utahna Drug Co
Refuse substitutes Badcon Pharma
cy A R McIntyre Prop
RAIN HElPS
UTAH CROPS
Vegetation was ghen another im
petus to growth by the rain of Friday
night and fruit growers and farmers
welcomed every drop of tho downpour
and did not mind the blinding Hares
of lightning nor tho earsplitting
peala of thunder that accompanied
Lhe shower
The Pioneer Fruit company which
Is now loading pears for shipment at
Provo fs expecting that tbo rain will
do much good to the ripening fruit In
Vebor county Fruit In the vicinity
of Provo Logan and Pleasantvllle
scorns to lead In the ripening and
tho first shipments of the state are
being made from these points The
Pioneer company will not start Its
most active whipping campaign until
about the 20th of the month but from
now on will be busy In a small way
with pear shipments and some early
handling of other large fruits
Tomatoes will also be greatly benefited
fited by the rain especially on the
higher grounds whore the fruit has
felt the summer drought with more
severity Many of the cnnncrles have
already started operations but the A
L Brewer plants which were to open
Thursday will not be running until
Tuesday or Wednesday The delay In
starting was due to a lack of ripo
fruit Tomatoes are now ripening
rapidly and Mr Brewer anticipates
no further delay In the opening of the
campaign The rain just at this time
i B especially beneficial to the tomato
crop as water for Irrigation Is in
many cases becoming very hard to ob
tain
tainThe
The rain WOK most severe to the
south and west of Ogden In Ogden
canyon cast of the Hermitage very
Ule rain fell while In some parts of
the county west of Ogden the down
pour amounted to a veritable deluge
YOUNG MEN
CALLED TO COURT
W V Compton was called to an
swer In police court yesterday to the
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Quarters
We Are Located Temporarily in tho I
Orpheum Building I
I First Door South of Entrance All Office Work
Attended to at I
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r charge of obtaining money under
I also pretenses but ho did not an
I swer and the officers wero directed
to bring the defendant Into court It
was said that Mr Compton was at
the police station In the early part of
the morning but that he did not un
derstand that the case would be called
today
The complaint which is sworn to
bv Joseph Baumcistor alleges that
Compton issued it check for 3GO on
the Pingree National bank of this
city representing to Mr Baumelstor
that he had funds In tho bank and
that the check would be honored
Upon this representation the com
phiinnnt cashed the check but whon
It wag presented to the bank for pay
ment It was dishonored the bank
ntatlng that Mr Compton had no
funds on deposit The arraignment
wIJ1 he Monday morning
Carl Nordqulst failed to appear and
I answer the charge of disurbing the
peace and his ball in sum of 10
was forfeited
John Welch was arraigned on the
charge of keeping a gambling house
He pleaded not guilty and was placed
under a bond of 300 for his appear
anco for trial
The case of the State against R L
Gunter in which Mr Gunter Is
I charged with an assault with a dead
ly weapon was called but the de
fendant was not present to answer
tho charge The court ordered that
Mr Gunter be advised to appear In
court Monday moraine when the case
will be called again
The complaint alleges that the de
feudant on August 11 struck Aubry
Henderson In tho back of the head
with a bottle of ketchup
SMAll SUiT IN
MUNICIPAL COURT
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Ju the civil division of the munici
pal court yesterday W Fair Co
commenced suit against Dan Parker
Jor 2610 claimed to be due ou an
account
T 13 Evans it Co has commenced
cult against Ephraim Hansen for
381011 claimed to be Juo on account
The firm of Peterson Ianglols It
suing H C Gorden to recover GS 85
alleged to ho due on an open account
The ShupcWllllaniB Candy com
pany Is suing the Commonwealth
Mercantile company for 19389
claimed to bo due on an open ac
count
F R Watkins has commenced civil
action against M J Swerdfegcr to re
cover 57 85 claimed to be due for
groceries
Vlrgilio Labello has filed a suit
against Manfrcdo Tobaraccl to re
cover the sum of 2330 claimed to be
Aue for board and lodging
Lorenzo BarflottI has commenced
suit against M Tabaracci for 1790
alleged to be due on a certain mer
cbandibe account
Charles F Grout Is suing Paul Van
IComcn for 1085 claimed to be due
the plaintiff on an account
WORKING ON
THE NEW HOTEL
The foundation work of the new
Marion hotel will be started Monday
under the supervision of Contractors
laloman and Doyle The base atruc
hire will be of cement and will bo
niched to completion us rapidly as
Misslble In order that the masons may
legln the brick work of the building
while summer weather continues
J C Gale who Is In charge of the
excavation has nearly completed the
reparatory work necessary for the
n lng of the cement foundation The
excavators are now squaring up the
cellar sides and while they will not
finish this work for several days they
will not Interfere with the cement
vorkera
The site of the big hostelry which
for several weeks was only a deso
ate looking hole in the ground is avery
ery lively looking scene of work
rind the activity will continue to In
tieofio as more workmen will he put
to work as the construction work ad
unces
When tho digestion Is all right the
action of the bowels regular here is
a natural craving and rellah for food I
When this la lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamber
alns Stomach and Liver Tablets
They strengthen the digestive organs
improve tho appetite and regulate tho
bowels Sold by all dealers
DEfENDANTS ARE
MADE IMPATIENT
There were no prlsonors on the
mourners bench In tho criminal di
vision of tho municipal court yes
erday The cases called wore of
a local nature and were disposed of
Iu short order
Tho case of the city against Jcnnle
and Jane Richards won called again
tilt for the second time the com
lalnnnt A E Beller was not In
uiutt Judge Murphy stated that In
iimuch an the city attorney was not
iresant the case would not be this
missed but that the complainant
would be given another chance to ap 1
pear and tastlfy Tho defendants
nero Impatient stating that they had
twice appeared for trial and each I
time their cases had been continued I
on account of the failure of tho citys
witnesses to appear
fOUNTAINS FOR
THiS CITY
Five sanitary fountains that are to
bo placed In different places In tho
city have arrived and buperlntendent
Charley Kircher of the waterworks de
lartment has ordered them installed
There la also at hand another foun
tain of the same kind that will be
erected at tho Fair grounds within a
short time
One of tlioso fountains Is being in
Blallwl at the corner of Twejitynrth
street and Washington avenue to
take the place of the old fountain
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that has stood there ro long The
now fountain will be placed on the
city hall corner facing the Intersec
tion of Washington avenue and Twon
tjfifth street The exact location of
the other fountains have not been
designated but one will b0 placed in
each of the five municipal wards as
provided for In a resolution recently
passed by the city council
The fountains tire small bronzed
Iron structures each having four
drinking outlets that stand n few
inches above the water basin Tho
cost of each fountain IR about 03
I Mr Kircher states that the foun
I tains will all be In operation within
the next ten days
MEMBERS Of SIXT
WARD TAKE NOTICE
Today Is the quarter confer
ence of the Ogden stake W < desire
that the members of the Sixth ward
shall bo in attendance
Tho first presidency of the church
will be In attendance The superin
tendent of the Weber academy will
bo tho speaker at the morning ses
sion IL W GWILLIAM Bishop
PAS TOR A IE METHODIST
CHURCH
Today Rev G W McCreery will
close his pastorate of tho First
ethodlst church of Ogden as he
plans to return to Colorado to as
I sumo a pastorate there The ser
I vices will be planned with that In
icw Tho sermon in the morning
will be a forward look calling atten
tion to some ways In which tho
church may meet the need of the
community and do work fitted to time
conditions of the city Tho services
In the evening will be very attractive
too There will be special music
and the many friends of the pastor
in the community will take advantage
of this final service
Mrs McCreory leaves Tuesday aft
ernoon for California to visit her sis
ter and on Thursday morning Mr
McCreory leaves to attend the sea
son of the Utah mission at Provo
Cures babys croup Willies dally
cuts and bruises mammas sore
throat grandmas lameness Dr
Thomas Eclectic Oilthe great house
hold remedy
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Stephens Investment company to
Ispkollne Christine Jensen for 500
lots 5 and 0 In block 13 In Lake
View addition to Ogden City
William A Biddle to AiiRusta A
Tijddle wife for l part of lot 13
block 10 In South OgJen also lots
to and 40 In block 2 of Massa subdi
vision of block 18 plat C of Ogden
fjity survey
MIAMI COPPER TO
INCREASE THE STOCK
The Miami copp company con
templates now finanoing through an
IsHiie of additional capital stocK the
exact amount of which has not been
determined From the proceeds of
the new stock the company will avail
itself of additional working capital at
a time when production will com
mence early in 1911
At the first of the current year
Miami had cash exceeding 400000
and still has a substantial treasury
balance to Its credit
The authorized capital Is 700000
shares par value 5 of this amount
G03347 shares arc issued and out
standing Some time ago the com
pany secured new funds through an Is
sue of Sl500000 Gper cent convert
ible bonds the second installment of
DO per cent being paid January 10
last Since that time a number of the
bonds have been converted Into stock
The Miami Copper company will bo
the first of the new GlobeArizona
porph rles to become a producer It
has large stock pile which at the be
ginning of the year was valued at
135000
Now that underground develop
ment work has been curtailed and all
efforts concentrated on the construc
tion of the new milling plant Miami
will start production with an avail
able ore tonnage estimated at 15000
000 tons This compares with 70000
000 tons at the Ray Consolidated
Among its stockholders are many
foreigners and Inquiries for large
blocks of the stock from Europe con
tinuo around prevailing prices
350 RECIPE CURES
WEAK MENFREE
Send Name and Address Today
You Can Have It Free and Be
Strong and Vigorous
J have In my possession a prescrip
tion fov nervous debility lack of vig
or weakened manhood falling mem
ory and lame back brought on by ex
cesses unnatural drains or the follies
of youth that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right in their owa
homeswithout any additional holtf
or medicine that I think every man
wuc wishes to regain his manly power
and vlrlllLv quickly and quietly shoulu
have a COIr So I have determined to
send a copy of the proscription fretf
of charge In a plain ordinary scaled
envelope to any man who will write
me lot It
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special stud
of men and I am convinced It is tha
surestacting combination for the euro
of deficient manhood and vigor failure
ever put together
I think i owe It to my fellow man to
rend them a copy In confidence so that
any man anywhere who Is weak and
discouraged with repented fail iire
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines secure wimt 1
believe Is the quickestacting restora
tive upbuilding SPOTTOUCHJNtf
remedy over devised and ao cure him
nelf at home quietly and julcklj Just
drop mo a line llko this Dr A B
Robinson H20 Luck Building Detroit
Mich and I will send you n copy of
this splendid recipe In a plain ordin
ary envelope free of charge A great
many doctors would charge 300 to
5500 for merely wilting out a pre
ccrlptlon like thlsbut I send It en
tirely tree
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COLUMBUS POLICE
ARE MUTINOUS
FiftyTbrco Officers Refuse to
Obey OrdersAttempts Made
to Blow Up Oar Barns
COLUMBUS Ohio Aug 13 A to
tal of fiftythree members of the Co
lumbus police department have re
belled against Mayor Marshalls or
ders to ride on street cars Unlike
the regular officers who mutinied last
evening the 20 specials who rebelled
tonight were not suspended but on
their refusal to board cars were told
that by that act they had removed
themselves from the servlco Last
nights mutineers were all suspended
today Thoy will appeal to Director
McCunc who will dismiss all as Mayor
Marshall says that none of them shall
be connected with the department
while he la executive
Mayor Marshall today called for
2000 volunteers for police duty lie
took the brunt of nil criticism but
said that If his critics wore sincere
they would offer to perform police
duty None responded
Two attempts are thought to have
been mado late tonight to blow lip the
WcHlaldc car barns A large numbei
of police wore sent to the scene Tho
explosion were on the Insldo of the
barns
ANrmAl OUTING
Of CANOYMAKERS
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ShupeWilliams Candy Co Enter
tain Employes Right Royally
at Ogden Canyon
The ShupcWilliams Candycom
panys annual outing in Ogdon canyon
yesterday was a grand success from
every point of view nearly three hun
dred guests of the firm Including tho
employes and their families being
present to participate In the festiv
ities The day was Ideal for the out
Ing and nothing happened the entlro
day to mar the pleasure of those in at
tendance
A great variety of games wero in
dulged in Including reunnlng jump
ing sackracing boating swimming
walking the greased jole and even a
laughing contest
An elaborate dinner was served at
the Hermitage hotel to which the
guests did ample justice In the eve
ning a dance was given for which ex
cellent orchestra music had been pro
vided
The festivities did not como to in
end until a late hour when the guests
departed for tneh homes declaring
that a more delightful outing they had
novel had
CASHER fOR fiFTY
YfARS ODES JRONG
MIDDBFORD Maine Aug 13A
sensantlon was created in Blddcford
and Saco today whon It was official
ly announced that the York County
Savings Bank of this city had closed
its doors because of Irregularities In
the accounts of Richmond H Inger
soil for fifty years treasurer of the
institution anJ one of the loading cit
Incas of Blddoford The bank Is in
the hands of State Examiner Vllllnm
B Skollton of Lewlston who with
President C H Prescott and tho
trustees has been examining the
hooks for several days
Treasurer Ingersoll In a letter
which he left at the bank before he
went to his homo Wednesday admit
ted a discrepancy in his accounts
The amount of the shortage Is not
known Deposits of the bank accord
ing to the last statement amounted
lo 512098
Most of tho depositors arc mill
workers in the Blddcford and Saco
cotton mills and their individual de
posits are small The other three
savings banks are prepared to meet
n run when they open Monday
TYPOS A JOURr
TUEIR CONETION
MINNEAPOLIS Aug 3The In
Unmtlonal Typographical Union nd
journfid today Previously however
the convention passed a law giving
joint ownership in the allied printing
trades label to the Brotherhood of
Bookbinders and International Press
men mid assistant the storeotypcrs
and the photoongraverb union
Tentative plans were made for the
organization of a new label ausocia
tion to which all rights to the label
will be assigned If the other organiza
tions will agree TIme proposition
for equal representation on the Joint
conference board was voted down
IDAHO FIRE SITUATION
IS IMPROVING
WALLACE Idaho Aug IS The
foicst fire situation in the twonfi of
the Cocur Alone district Is moro fa
vorable tonight
Freedom from high wind and In
creased fighting forces has enabled
tho forestry department and ban gone
far toward stopping the progress of
Ibo lire toward Wallace and other
canyon towns
MAYOR GAYNOR IMPROVING
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O NEW YORK AUR 13noth 0
O er conciliation of the physicians O
C iu attendance upon Mayor Gay 0 I
O nor which lasted half an hour 0
O tonlTht was followed by n bnl 0 I
O Ifttln issued at 9110 oclock this 0
O evening which sad O
O Mayor Gnynors condition 0
O this evening continues to be sat O
O isfnctor Ho has passed a rest C
O ful day without pain or discern 0
O fort and no untoward symptoms 0
O have developed f Signed O
O GEORGE D STEWART 0
O CNDOWD 0
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O I W PARRISH 0
O GEOnCSD E BREWER 0
O 0
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Rummage Sale
BegIns tomorrow 1
See the full page of strik
ing prices J
CARMEN STRIKE
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O COLUMBUS Ohio Aug HA 0
O telegram from Sprlnglield re 0
O cclved this morning says that 0
O the carmen on the Columbus 0
O Dayton division of tho Ohio Elec 0
O trlc line wont on strike at 230 0
O this morning The company 0
O says it has enough men to run O
O its cars 0
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O INSANE WOMAN AT C I
O LAST KILLS HERSELF 0
O O
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O Chicago Aug 13 Having 0
O been prevented five times by 0
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O the attendants of the Illinois O
O state asylum for the Insane 0
O from committing suicide Mrs 0
O Mary C McArdle yesterday 0
O eluded her guards and hanged O
O herself In her room at the nay 0 I
O hunt C
O During the three months she 0
O WaR at the asylum Mrs McAr 0 I
O die onco tried to cut her thioat o 1
O with n razor throe times she G
O tried to drown herself and 0
O onco before sho tried to com 0
omit suicide by hanging o
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O WRECK ON THE 0
O WESTERN PACIFIC 0
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O Marysvllle Aug 13A col 0
O Hglon In the yards of the West 0
O ern Pacific railroad here early 0
O today caused the death of 0
O Brakeman Peter Clark and ml 0
O nor Injuries to Conductor Cos 0
O tello A misplaced switch en 0
O glue crashed Into the caboose 0
O of a freight train on a siding 0
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MAKING FIVE FEET A
DAY AT THE GIROUX n
Two compartments of the big now
shaft of the GIroux Consolidated
Mines company arc now down 7fi feet
below the 1200foot level and arc
being carried on downward at the
rate of five feet In 21 hours When
the 1300foot level is reached the
other three compartments of the shaft
v ili bo upraised to the 1200foot level
It la planned to complete tins worn
about the time of the Installation of
llio pumps in the station now being
completed at tho 1200foot level
Crosscutting from the 1200foot
lovol toward the Alpha will be car
ried on simultaneously with the erec
tion of time pumps at the 1200foot
station A second hoisting engine
w ll be put in which will handle ma
trIals for the pumping station
through one compartment of the shaft
whllevat the same time the main hoist
is handling the mon and materials
and hoisting the muck from the cross
cut through another compartment
Work on the permanent hoisting
I irnl at the Giroux shaft Sr being
somewhat delayed by nonarrival of
njitorials From prcsont Indications 1
the plant will hradly be in operation
lefore the fIrst of tho year
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EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE
Sunday Aug 14th via Oregon
Short Lino Round trip rate 100
Ton trains dally each way Secure
tickets at City Office 2614 Washing
ton avenue
E A SHBWE C P T A
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
Reward for tho arrest and convic
tion of the party or parties who
placed logs and rocks on track to
wreck cars at Lewis camp on the
night of Aug 4 1910 on twodifferent
occasions
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OGDENT RAPIDTRANSCr CO
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NEW WAS11IN6TON IiOUSE
227 2 Wshnon Aveo
ROOMS and BOARD
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BREAKFAST AND
250
LUNCH
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30c
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PER WEEK DINNER
35c
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Room and Board
625 to 800 per week includes light bath and towels Plenty
of hot water at all times l
Mrs J Jet Feliz Prop
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To Everybody
We have what we call our offpeak sign lighting rate Signs
are attractive and draw attention to your store
With a sign transformer and low volt Tungsten you can
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illuminate your store front at small cost Callus and we will
tell you all about this class of lighting
Don t let your wife break her back over the wash tub
She isnt as young us she was when she said yes to you Call
at the Boyle Furniture the Ogden Furniture the Boyle Hard
ware and the Sidney Stevens Imp Co and look at those upto t
date Electric Washing Machines These firms will guarantee
the amount of current the Electric Washer uses per hour to do
tho washing
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Thcso same firms also carry the latest ideas in Modern
Gas Ranges We install gas services free but you are at lib
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erty to buy your gas range wherever you can be suited best I
To those who arc I using gas for the first time remember that I
Miss Berrington is our demonstrator who will instruct you
how to economize and get tho best results with your gas stove
PHONE 102
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RYecoe J
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