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BAIl V AS DEGlARfD
fORFEITED YSTE i DY
A great variety of cases wore dis
posed of in police court yesterday
Including forgery vagrancy drunk
enness petit larceny and violations of
the automobile bicycle and driving
dinances
John Doe Chase tho weariest of tho
many weary ones who haunt the
streets of the city with nothing to do
and who are periodically presented In
court to account for their shortcom
ings was arraigned on tho charge of
vagrancy The old man draw himself
up haughtily and entered n gruff plea
of not guilty The spectators smiled
and the court upon being informed
that the arresting officer was not
pres
ent Inquired If any of tho other offi
cers could handle the case None vol
unteered and the Judge ordered Chase
presented at a special session this
afternoon
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James Martin forfeited ball to the
amount of 5 on the charge of drunk
enness
K Yamada forfeited a similar sum I
for having violated the big ordinance
by riding upon the sidewalk
Mrs Edna Forrest tho colored dam
Eel who provoked a hit of excitement
Friday afternoon by lifting two silk
skirts from the store of John McCro
ady lid not appear in court although
the bonds which sho was released up
on amounted to 50 It was evident
that tho woman considered her lime I
to be more valuable out of jail than I
on the inside and so her ball was de
clared forfeltea
Mark Murphy was charged with
driving a horse furlously and Immod
erately upon Washington avenue be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets
Friday evening The defendant did
not appear but upon tho receipt of
5 ball money by messenger tho court
announced Itself satisfied and the In
cident was closed
Gregor Clcale charged in Fridays
court with the theft of HO feet of gar
den hoso and a quantity of other
plunder taken from the Oregon Short
Line company in the vicinity of the
railroad yards did not appear for trial
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His ball hml been fixed S30
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was expected that Gregor would be
I resent to explain his annexation of
the property No one seemed ready to
explain for him and the court reluc
tantly declared the bail forfeited
DID YOU GET ONE
Everybody Can Wear Diamonds
The Luclos diamond business In Og
den ceased some time ago to be a
novelty It bocame a fad and then
passed on Into tho stage of a demand
on the part of the local public Now
I It has reached apolnt of more than or
dinary interest This stone of what
ever nature It may bo that so closely
resembles a real diamond that it can
I scarcely be distinguished by an ex
I pert diamond dealer has been attract
ing the attention of the public through
tho advertising pages of all tho mag
azines for the past ten years or more
but it scorns that the concern which
has the American control has sought
out Ogden to try on something now
Heretofore the Luclos wherever at
tention hag been directed to it has al
ways been offered to the public at one
price in fact It has been In a sense
a trades custom to refer to them as
tho Jewel of one price Last Sunday
the local salesman made the an
nouncement that a desire to place a I
certain number of their pieces In and
around Ogdcn tho choice of any ar I
ticle set with these beautiful Luclos
diamonds in their stock for one dol
lar ThiB salo was announced for last
Tuesday and Wednesday only but tho
demand Is so big and to accommodate
everybody who desires to get a Luclos
diamond the local representatives I
have been Instructed to continuo this i
sale for three days longertomorrow i
Tuesday and Wednesday arc posi
tively tho only three days of this great I
reduction salo so come early and get
the best selections These goods wont
last long at these prices Such values I
have never been offered In Ogden be
fore and never will be offered again I
but you must act at once If you wish
to take advantage of this great reduc
tion sale Now on display and sale at
Richardson Grants the crockery
peoples store 2119 Washington ave
nue
Caring for things Is better than
working hard to get money to buy
things
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WiTH YOUR GffffEGK EJJJOJ
8M YOUR POt KET
you arc protected against theft and loss of funds You are pre I
pared to purchase what you require You aro saved the expense
of money orders and registered letters
Arc not these soma advantages worth considering Wo Invite
your account subject to check v
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1 COMr1ER IAL
I NATIONAL Capital IOO00000
Surplus Profltc7600000
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I J E DOOLY President RALPH E HOAG Cashier
HORACE E PEERY VJcePrw A V McINTOSH Asst Cashier
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I The UT AU OF lQNAL BANK i
I UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
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i Checking Accounts II
UTE RECEIVE subject to check the accounts of firms and Individ
1f uals No interest allowed on these accounts But wo aim to t
give satisfactory service extending every favor that tho account and + I
I standing of tho depositor will justify +
OGDEN STATE BANK
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Lecture on Cooking at Weber I
Academy Postponed to I
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j Monday Evening I
June 7th
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Commencement exercises Thursday evening Miss
On account of co
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Van Cott of Salt Lake will deliver her free lecture on cooking Mon
day evening June 7 at Weber Academy at S oclock sharp Instead
Thuroday evening Juno 3 as formerly announced j
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Open Day and Night
GRILL CAFE
Thorn MacPherson Props
264 Twentyfifth Street
Ind Phone 681
Bell 203K
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Goodyear Welt Sewed Soles
are as easy on the foot as a
Glove on the hand
Ogden Shoe Repair
Factory
2267 Washington Avenue
OSULLIVANS RUBBER
HEELS
General Shoe Repairing
YOUNG i Rl BROUGHT
TO ERA HOSPITAL
Miss Gabilas tho 15 carold daugh
ter of Bob Gabltas section foreman at
Newfoundland 70 miles west of Og
den was brought In on a Southern
Pacific train yesterday and sent to
the General hospital for treatment
Since the death of her mother two
J years ago tho young girl has been
tho head of the family and has taken
care of a large family of brotheis
and sisters Her father is absent In
the east at present and the little mat
ron was found Friday in a serious
condition bj a Southern Uaciflc sig
nal maIntainer who was passing the
section house Ho notified the railroad
ofllcers of tho little girls condition
and Instructions were sent to place
the child on tho first train and send
her to Ogden
During her absence the family will
be cared for by kindlydisposed neigh >
bors until tho father is notified and
returns home
The family IB wellknown here and
these details are given In the hope
I that Ogden friends of tho family may
be informed of existing conditions and
I render such assistance as Is needed
I
Weston OceantoOcean Walker
Said recently When you fool down
and out feel there Is no UBO living
Just take your bad thoughts with you I
I and walk them off Before you have
walked a mile thIngs will look rosier
Just try it Have you noticed the In
crease in walking of late In every com
munity Many attribute It to tho
comfort which Allons FootEase the
antiseptic powdor to bo shaken into
the shoes gives to tho millions now
using It As Weston has said It
has real merit
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First Baptist Church Located on
Grant avenue between Twentythird
and Tsvcntjfourth streets Rev H
D Zimmerman pastor Services on
the coming Sabbath Juno C 1009 as
follows Sunday school at 10 oclock I
Classes for all Morning worship at
1115 with sermon by pastor Sub
ject The Call to Christian Suffering
and Hardship Text Suffer Hard
ship With Mo as a Good Soldier of
Christ Jesus Tho B Y P U will
meet at 7 oclock Topic Life Les
sons for Mo From the Gospel of Luke
Consecration meeting Leader Mr
Joseph Severn Evening service at
800 oclock This will he Children 6
Day service The program will con
sist of special music recitations ex
orcises etc bv the children rime of
fering will be devoted to the work of
the American Baptist Publication So
ciety All are Invted Regular pray
er meeting Thursday night at S
oclock Topic for consideration The
Blblo Gods View of It and Mans
Need of It References Joshua
18 Psalms 113 IXIX711
Church of the Good Shepherd
Twentyfourth and Grunt Ave Wm
W Fleetwood rector Services for
Trinity Sunday Childrens service I
1010 a m Holy Eucharist and ser
mon 1100 a m Evening prayer and
sermon 800 p m All arc cordially
Invited to attend these services
The First Congregational Church
Noble Strong Eldorkln minister
Morning worship at 11 oclock Sun
day Juno Grit The service of com
munion Sormon Need Jesus to
Have Been Crucified 7
Solo Bread of the World
Anton Holberg
Miss Holberg
Duet Lead Kindly Light Wlegand
Miss Hendershot Mrs Cassidy
Offertory Simple Avcu Thorno
Miss Conroy
Sunday school at 1216 Junior so
ciety at 6 Senior society at 7 p m
I Evening service at 8 oclock
Prelude Serenata Moszcowakl
Miss Conroy
Contralto solo God Shall Wipe
Away All Tears Ryder
Miss Holberg
Trio Oh Holy FathomMarchetl
Miss Canady Miss Gunnell
Miss Holberg
Bass solo Invocation Morianl
Mr White
Offertory La Moraarla Morse
Miss Conroy
Anthem Just as I Am 1 Mascagnl
The Choir
Benediction Twilight 1 Barnby
The Choir
Pulpit editorial The Solution of
the Mormon Problem Sermon The
Cost of the Way
First Church of Christ Scientist
Holds service at 11 a m in the now
Masonic Temple Washington avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty
sixth streets Subject God the Only
Cause and Creator Sunday school
at 91 a m Wednesday evening
I testimonial meetings aro held at 8
p in The public Is cordially invited
to attend these services Free read
Ing rooms aro open dally except Sun
days and holidays from 2 to 5 p m
In same building
First MethodlEt Episcopal Church
448 Twentyfourth street Rev G W
McCreery pastor 1000 a m Sun
day school Mr B E Newton nup < rln
teudent Classes for all 1100
morning worship with tho baptism and
communion service and reception of I
members Short sermon by tho pas
I tor Special music by a quartette I
700 p m h > worth League topic
Our Legal Obligations leader Irene
I Griffin Special music Solo Miss
E Rosalie Halborg and mao quar
tette 800 p m Memorial service of
1 tho Utah Camp 9990 Modern Wood
men of America The camp will at I
I tend In a body tho Royal Neighbors
also being guests Sermon by the pas I
tor Finding Simon Special music
Prelude on pipe organ Fraternal
March Miss Jessie Welch Anthem I
Beyond the Smiling and the Weep I
Ing chorus choir Offertory Idyllo
I
Miss Welch Vocal solo selected
Mr Lon E Lyman Quartette Si
lently tlie Shndus of Evening Mrs
Miller Mrs Ilowse Messrs Ramey
and Lymnn Postlurlo Miss Welch
A cordial InviUiflon to all for all ser
vices +
Swedish Lutheran Church Twenty
bird and Jefferson Rev L B Ben
scn pastor Sunday school 10 a m
Miss Laura Swcnson superintendent
Services at 11 II in Lutheran League
Friday livening at 730
SOUTHfRN PACifiC
TO BUilD STOREHOUSE
Among other notable and important
Improvements to bo made at Ogden I
this season by the Harriman manage
ment will bo the erection of a large
and handsome building to be used as
i Harriman system storehouse The
now structure will he of brick several
I
oral stories In hoighth and will bo
located In the center of tho yards ad I
jacent to the new viaduct and per
haps one hundred feet south of tho
present joint freight depot
I When questioned in reference to tho
I proposed building this morning Resi
I dent Engineer A Q Campbell refused
to discuss the subject and would
neither deny or affirm the story Oth
i er wellposted officials of tho Harri
man system admitted however that
plans for such a building were under
consideration at this tlmo and that
tho structure would be erected dur
II
ing the present year Continuing ono
of these gentlemen said
A storehouso of this character at
Ogden Is badly needed at this time in
order to carry supplies for all of the
various Harriman lines converging
here Tho present storehouse capac
ity Is entirely Inadequate and this be
comes more apparent as tho Ogden
shops aro being enlarged to take care
of Harriman motive power The shop
plant Is increasing its capacity right
along and within tho noxt year or
eighteen months the output of engines
will he Increased to probably twenty
two or twentyfive per month Aside
from this the Ogden storehouse must
carry supplies to send out both cast
and west and the storage capacity of
this plant must be quadrupled within
a comparatively short tlmo Of course
some of the officials are not Inclined
to discuss the matter until the an
nouncement Is formally made by those
In high authority but all the same I
the new storehouse Is going to be built
and It will be a big and Important
plant too
SOLUTION OF THE
MORMON PROBLEM
The pulpit editorial this evening
at the Congregational church will deal
with one phase of tho Utah situation
It is to be run in under the caption
The Solution of the Mormon Prob
lem Tho music for the evening will
bo found under the church notices
IMPROVING UNION
DEPOT GROUNDS
Gardener Nelson In chargo of tho
floral display lawns and shrubbery
nround about tho handsome Union pas
senger depot In this city Is arranging
somo of the handsomest flower beds
ever put in the always attractive
environments of railroad headquarters
Some of these floral displays cost as
high as 17G for each bed and tho
expensive now shrubbery added this
year will cost hundreds of dollars Dis
cussing tho subject briefly with a re
porter Mr Nelson said
Wo are starting to spray our treos
at present and tho elms need this at
tention badly at present I would sug
gest to Ogden people having young
trees on their lawns that spraying Is
absolutely necessary at this tlmo to
protect both shrubbery and trees It
Is monoy well spent as trees and
shrubbery and floral displays have
been an important factor In making
Ogdon a city of beautiful homes Tho
depot grounds this year will ho the
finest wo have ever had and by long
odds the most expensive Depot Mas
ter Shields Is taking deep personal In
terest in the matter and has author
ized mo to use my best judgment In
beautifying the grounds In every way
Some of tho worthless curs that
should be rounded up anl Impounded
do great damage to tho flowers and
delicate shrubbery and this nuisance
ought to be abated by the city dog
catcher if there Is an official of that
nature It is an outrage to havo
these many curs dash through the
plants and dig great holes in flower
beds an1 lawns both at the depot
grounds and private homes and a tow
leaden pellets would stop this annoy
ancc
UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
Four of Ogdons young people who
have distinguished themselves at tho
State university are numbered among
the graduates this year They are
Roswoll Cole Belnap Walter Kerr
George C Ensign and Mark Brown
Mr Belnap at Ole completion of
his studies at the U of U Is the pos
sessor of a normal high school life di
ploma nnJ ins had conferred upon
him the degree of Bachelor of Arts
He Is a member of the A F frator
ully and as a result of a competitive
I tryout was given the title role In tho
Cabinet Minister which was played
by tho University Dramatic club Ho
I has made an onvlablo record for him
coif while pursuing college work
I Mr Kerr who was a member of
I the College Glee club and University
I choir also has made an enviable rec
ord and has earned and received a
normal high school life diploma and
Bachelor of Arts degree I
George C Ensign has attended the
institution but one year but complet
ed a two years normal course and
obtained a fiveyear normal certifi
cate He was vicepresident of the
normal class and also tho valedictor
ian at tho commencement exercises
when lie delivered an excellent ad
dress on Loyalty In the Classroom
Mr Brown has attended tho uni
versity three years anl In that time
las completed a four years college
course receiving the degree of Bach
clor of Arts and a two years certifi
cate In medicine Ho Is a member of
the college choir glee club varsity
club and A F fraternity In a com
pntltho tryout he won a place on
tho staff of the University paper and
also In the varsity football team Be
sides participating In these activities
Mr Brown was aJlllIatcd with tho Salt
Lake Choral society and tho Salt
Lake Opera company In the fall ho
will enter either Rush or Harvard
Medical college
MODERN WOOOMfN
MEMOR PROGRAM
I
Tho Utah Camp 0000 Modern Wood
men of America will attend the service
at the Methodist church Sunday at
S pm at which time Rev G W Me
Creery the pastor will preach a ser
mon entitled Finding Simon The
choir of tho church will render tho
following special music
Pipe organ prelude Fraternal
March Miss Jesslo Welch
Anthem Beyond tho Smiling and
tho Weeping chorus choir
Offertory Idylle Miss Welch
Vocal solo selected Mr Lon E Ly
manMixed
Mixed quartette Silently tho
Shades of Evening
Mrs Miller and Mrs Rowse Messrs
Rainey and Lyman
Postlude Rostludc Miss Welch
Receivers ReportCarl C Rasmus I
sen assignee of tho P Anderson com
pany has filed his final report and
asks to be relieved and to lao his
bondsmen released Tho report shows
that the receiver was paid 160 for
his services that attorneys received
60 for professional services and that
123 was distributed pro rata among
tho twelve creditors the largest sum
paid any of these being 2S SO and
the smallest amounting to 10 cents
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
Term
1 e u Begins 1
TomorroV i
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GRADUATES lAKE AN
EXCELLENT SHOWING
The Weber county public schools
held their nineteenth annual com
mencement exorcises In the Mormon
tabernacle yesterday the edifice
being crowded to the doors with pu
pils teachers parents and friends who I
had gathered to listen to tho several
excellent addresses delivered as well
as the interesting program which was
rendered I
Tho first number was an organ solo
by Professor Sam Whitaker which was I
followed by a prater offered by Jesse
Fowers one of tho graduates from
Hooper I
A chorus of 200 pupils selected
from tho schools of Weber county
conducted by Music Supervisor Albert
J Powell then rendered a vacation
bong In a most acceptable manner
Lincolns famous Gettysburg speech
was recited by William Kendall or 1
the Uintah school with excellent ef
fect and was followed by the valedic
tory address delivered by Leonard A
Anderson of Huntsville who mado tho
highest per cent In his examinations
This young boy representing the pu
pils at large expressed sentiments of i
appreciation for the opportunities af
forded them by the superintendent
and board of education as well as for
the teachers In general In their un
tiring labors during the school year
A twopart song Guardian Angels
was rendered by pupils from North
Ogden being the boys of the Fifth
grade under tho direction of their
teacher Miss Etta Halverson rime
number was much enjoyed
President F W Stratford of the
county school board delivered an ad
dress In which ho stated that he was
glad to see so many parents present
and commented upon the fact of there
being 100 graduates out of 10 candl
dates for graduation honors which
fact spoke highly of tho good work
which had boon done in the schools
Ho thanked the parents for the sup
port which they had given the board
and hoped that they would get In clos
er touch with the schools and espec
ially the teachers and also avoid
whero possible the keeping of chil
dren from school In the fall and spring
The speaker commented favorably up
on the manner in which the books had
been cared for during the year and
further stated that It was tho policy
of the board to bettor tho facilities
in all districts as rapidly as possible
A song entitled The Merry Build
ers arranged for two parts was
pleasingly rendered by tho primary
grades of the Wilson school This was
latest Improved Refrig
era ors
I
Over 26 different
cl i
f it styles and sizes
> L in refrigerators
now being shown
on our display
= iz floors ranging in
rf prices from 900
i 5 to 7600 We
rm mention cspecml
I i Yrrc 1 y the W h it c
r Frost the Lap
land the Moni
+ tor tho Radium
Z
the Chartor Oak
m and Mascot All re
T frlgomtorfl guaran
1 teed v Money re
funded after thirty
vc R + days trial It not
satisfactory
followed hy an excellent chorus of 200
voices giving the selection In tho
Forest
Rev Elmer 1 Goshen of Salt Lake
formerly of the Congregational
church of Ogden was then Introluced
by Superintendent L E Eggortscn
Mr Goshen delivered an able and In
spiring nddress to the graduates tak
ing for his subject Bo True to Your
self in which he drew many strik
ing Illustrations from tho history of
our country among them being Beno
diet Arnold whose untruthfulncss to
self reduced what promised In early
life to bo a character of remarkable
strength to one whoso name anl mem I
ory Is to this day covered with dis
grace
Mr Goshens address was followed I
by a fourpart song by boys of the
Fifth grade of North Ogden school
and appropriate remarks by John
Halls of Huntsville Sir Halls Is a
member of tho hoard and was the
first graduate In the Weber county
schools nineteen years ago j
President C F Midlloton of Weber I
stake addressed the pupils and spoke
entertainingly of the remarkable im
provements which had been made In
the public schools since ho first came
to this section 59 years ago aDd
stated that ho was pleased to have
the privilege of making his remarks j
owing to the deep Interest he had al j
ways taken In local school work
President Klngsbury of the State I
University made a brief addrcw to the
i
pupils after which the graduates were j
presented with their certificates by I
Superintendent Eggertson through the
principals of the various schools I
A musical number entitled Utah
We Love Thee rendered by a chorus
of 200 children and the benediction by
Wllford A Bingham a graduate from
Riverdale closed the exercises
The parents present were greatly
I
pleased with the exercises
I BAPTIST CHURCH i
I
PROVMfNTS
i I
The Baptist church has been under
going many Improvements which began
I
gan some lime ago Recently the I
i roofs of the parsonage and the church
were treated to a now coat of paint
land tho woodwork of same has been
newly painted Tho parsonage has
I
been papered within At present the
paper hangers are beautifully decor
ating the main auditorium which I
with the now pulpit set will be a
great Improvement It is not saying I
too much that the Baptist church has I
d
BAR ASSOCIATION
HOLDS MEETING 1
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The Bar association met yesterday
and named tho following commit 4
suitable resolutions to
tee to prepare
bo presented to tho court next Satur
day morning on the death of Judge H
P Henderson
C C Richards H H Henderson T
D Johnson J N KImball A R llcy
wood and J S Boreman
Judge Howoll and others of Ogdon
will attend the funeral which will be
held In the First Presbyterian church
Ir Salt Lake at 5 p m Sunday Rov
Palen olllclatlng
artistic auditorium
now the neatest and most
itorium lu tho city
During the past year the church has
given more for missionary cause than
ever before In its history At tho last
business meeting tho membership not
only found themselves out of debt and
a neat little sum In the treasury but
presented Jio pastor H D Zimmer
man with a neat purse to defray his
expenses to the Northern Baptist con
vention which meets In Portland Juno
20th to July 2nd
Word From WashinQton message
was received from AR Heywood yes
terday dated Washington saying rite
Interstate Commerce commsslon will f
hoar Ute Ogden rate discrimination
The message though brief means
much to Ogden in the fight for equal
excursion rates with Salt Lake
AMUSEMENTS
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UTABNA THEATR t
TWO NIGHTS COItlMENC
ING SATURDAY JUNE
5TH
KennedysComedians i
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presenting the farce comedy
The Yankee
Doodle Boy 99
PRICES 10 20 30c
Tickets on sale at Cullcy
Drug Store iiurfey
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Y Ile tiglhdlhhf IIII ti e The Showing of Hammocks lawrs 1
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D E 4 d rty U II
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u v ul ie5 ry 1
I l b mt 71 p a hn 45 tees in a large variety of colors designs and materials
i ta r1 21 ll f v Crex grass furniture Heywood and Wakefield Wicker and
ti mitt e t i i it U 1I 1q Il t
I I it r hm j b
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ifh tilt r i Rattan goods
fi Largest an ones is ao f Chairs Settees and Rockers made of hard maple with
Reed Seat and Backfinished natural Red or Green color
I ammoc s
Prices guaranteed as low as sale prices elsewhere and in I
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r In our city This year an extra effort has been made to have 1 l many instances you will find them lower v
t our hammock showing exactly right We have avoided buy tJ
ing the very cheap kind as we found they were unsatisfactory
to the trade and made dissatisfied customers This year they LARGE ASSORTMENT QUALITY GOODS AND RIGHT
start at 250 and run as high as 1200 Three makes to I
I choose from The Palmer the Vudor and the Patterson PRICES I 1
Any Porch 5s Made Coo Shady and
Sechaded
by the use o > Vudor Porch s
Shades They make the porch a
comfortable outdoor living groom
M m r ki l r at all times They keep out the
L 1 f lt n sun and glare but lot in the
I p r1 7 r i I 7 r breeze and sufficient light for
1iI J r 1 rending sowing or games They
l Ii U c n can be seen through from the in h
side but not from the outside l
I vJ 1 i cf r VUDOR PORCH SHADES l
i jr 1 M1 t
fr jf l 1 1 I ore substantially made of wid
1 lh W t S r = linden wood slats bound together 1
Im Xfi IJJ With strong seine twine and they I
4 t last for years They are stained 1
in artistic weatherproof colors
L s 4 green or brown and come in var
Tto Mont Comfortable Pbco ious widths
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