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y THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1919.
I Mormon Battalion I Mounment Funds I Are to Be Raised Actions will be taken shortly in We ' bor county Towards fornnr.c a commit H- te to aid and assist in raisins funds Mi In the Mormon Battalion MontiB I Campaign. President L W. .shunllff tas announced. Seven persons selected to ser7e on thl romniit'pp (I ,This i in llnp wUh work to dp carried Hi out in othpr counties of the slate i1 Is aid, who will work under th dlrei mon of the State Mormon Battalion I monument commission The count I ommlttees will have sole charge of raising th Fundi in tfi ir our e Uintah. I uchcsiip and Utah coun.ies I hare already effected Ihpir organise I tions, it is reported. Utah county was organized vVedni day with Thomas F. Flprpont of I'm M i vb, Israel Evans of Lehi, Dr. P. M K I ley of American Pork, J R Ho lldav of 1 Pleasant Grosp. John F. Ifendenhall ol Snrinrville. Harrv Gardiner. Jr.. of Ij Spanish Fork ;nl Joseph Falrbl of Payson as members. ' A speaking campaign Is to b- ini'int I i iy thp slate committee tor .hp pur pose of assisting in raling funl l the monument, as Well as educating the people ou what wonderful v ork ; h Mormon Battalion uld in nit hibtori march overland in 1846. dpeaki p.lso outline how the Mormon l., t il on J rssisted In the discovery of gold in California, and the part it played in the early settlpmpnt of l tah. Many meetings, prpparatory to the state campaign n being held by ih state committee. The si ttc Mormon Battalion commission consists of LI 1' Roberts, presldenl Mr- M belle T Davis, sei retary; T. N. Tavior. Charles I fl Hart, S. C. Park and Anno l V. al I lace. I; ( Rippling Rhymes By WALT MASON. V MANY THEMES. 1 talk all day of divers things, of pplicans and quinces, of earn and pter J odartyls' wings, of cabbages and princes. With women I discourse of If an acuta attack of Nul Catarrh Par aona who ara aubject to frequent "colxSa In tha haad" wilt nnd that the use of HALL'S PATARRU MEDICINE will build up tha 8ystem, cWme tha Blood and render them les liable to eolda. Repeated attacks of A' uto Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh I HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la tak en Internally and acta throurh the Blood 1 an tha Mucous Surfares of the System. All DmtTlata Tie. Testimonials free, rose) for inv case of catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not I ore r. J. Chenay & Co. Tedo, Ohio. And the Worst Is Yet to Come "' 1 !! 11 1 'HI Mil If mm IP " sown?, with kids I talk of candy, with i kinjrs I argue much of crowns, with soaks I speak of brandy. II is the ten d ncy of thp agp to have somp mpntal I hobby, and on thai topic rant and rase uni II we call a bobbie. The man with hut a single theme calls forth no I smiles or chortles; he makes his hirprs wish to scream, and bores his fellow mortals. One talks of dead, i forgotten Jays, whose records were i unpleasant; he drools of prehisioric days, and scorns the goldpn present. One talks forpver of his ills, of sinews I that are aehin , and hp has m?mo ri7.ed thp pills and powders he has taken, one analyses politics, and shows just where we're hpaded, out' Istatemen ail arc tinhorn hicks who 'should be boiled and shrpdded. And I all thpsp gentlemen arc bores, as are 'the themes they're broaching, i.ndi 'men nih home and lock the doors, jwhen they are spen approaching. I Hulk all dayOl dogs and cats, of sue I COtasb and sabres, of liver pads and I Stovepipe bats, and 1 don't bore my neighbors oo UNMORTGAGED JOYS. Blossoms of beauty for every eye, i)ver each head a roof of sky; Crass for the humblest of feet to tread, 'Till with kindness it seems we are surfeited I Round about us the songbirds sing I Tor the peasant boy or the sccpteredi king; j.No one can hide from another! ichi The tiniest star that shines at niq'it I Gold can be gathered and hidden away FTom the lives of men and the light o of day. But no one can hojd for one moment fleet And claim all the fragrance of clover; sweet. And never a man has power to seize; As his possession the cooling breeze, No selfish hand can lake a fee For sharing the charms of a kindly I tree. Rich is the world In a thousand ways With Joys which the lips of men may' praise. Who so great or so stronc has p:rown I As to call the licrht of the sun his; own? And who can take to himself and hide The daisies dpeking the countryside ()r keep for his cold and selfish ear The sonn of the thrushes ringing near? Never a mortgage grim shall lie On a single acre of God's great skv. And never shall mortal write a deed On the life that throbs in a poppy ECZEMA To reduce the itch- ) jaw ing, ue soothing T'V applications of jSm )w VICK'S VAPORU& ; "YOUR BODYGUARD" -30?. 60'. H.20 Fruit-Juices In Vials fljfc Jiffy-JcU flav- ojSr ors come sealed ffl in glass a bottle VAj in each package. TrT; Each is rich es- lrrsi sencc, condensed I. from fruit juice. Y2 Add boiling jfyjej water, then this wrwfrt essence, and you have a real-fruit gelatine dessert, and at trifling cosL You should know this fruity dainty. 10 Flavor $, at Your Crocer't 2 Package for 25 Centa seed. There Is much that's here for the world. s delight That defies and mocks at a tyran'.'s might. He may build his fences and vault his gold, But the joys of life he can never hold oo LITTLE. BENNY'S Notebook By LEE PAPE I Me and Sam Cross and 1.mo' Shooster aid l'uds Simkins and Pud ses siasey cuzzin Persey was wawk ing along yistiddy, and Sam Cross picked up a pcece of pape! all cov ered with Chinee writing. Sam saying; TAKE HAIR OUT NOT OFF THE SKIN HatT la bennd t crow crmt coarser and srflffrr when anarrety rraorrd from tke srorfac of tke kin. The- oly BtaiOB- way t rrmove hjJr la to attack It m dcr the akin. DeMlrmPle, the ariaV laaj aanltmry Uasid, hl hy abaorrtioa. Oaly eenTilne DeMlrcl kaai n money-back cuinBtr? la catch lackaijre. At toilet coantera la COc, SI a4 2 aiaca, or hy nmatll froan vm In plain TrrlFr am n cctpt f price. FREE hook mailed In SaS acolrd envelope on pcqneet. D" Mlraclr, 120th St. and Vm.T Are, I 7Ict York. -1 SPAK TO OVJ "rC5 STR66T AKlD O1 L ONWHO VOvj'Rer UJITHV, ' vV' .i ArT THIS. CVT IT OUT" l bet nobody beer canl reed this I bet, I can. ro nine fow dan bone wayo, sed Puds Simkins. Jest mnklltg it up to sound like Chinee, and tardy Shooster sed. For all we know maybe it says a biR reward will be paid to enybody that finds it. I found it, I found it. sed Sam Cress. Well we was with you, wasent we? I sed, and Persey Bed, I know v. are theres a Chinee laundry, lets go and ask that Chinee to reed it for us. It iz7.ent very far frum heer. Everybody thinking It was a crate Ideer. and we started to follow Pi , sey, Sain Cross saying, I bet the Chi nee l.mgwidge is the 'hardest to reed of en. its a wonder the Chinees can reed it iheirslfs I I gese maybe they start to lern ren jtheyre so young they aint got sents enuff io know how hard it is, sed Puds Simkins. nd Perspy kepp on wawking snd wawklnc and wawking, and I sed. Hay ent never coing to stop, and Puds sed, Aw, lui going back, this is a hecks of a long wawk. Im tired. So am I, sed I.eroy Shooster. And him and Puds started to go back, and Sam Cross sd, All rile, ertybody thar stops dont get env nf the reward. And Puds and Leroy terned erround egCO and kppp on following Persey, and he iraWRd about 5 more blocks and we came to the Chinee laundry, and the Chinee was ironlnc a colK-r in there, hcin.-; a narro Chinep wnh a wide nose, anil Sam handed him the paptr 'ayinc, 'ould you please mind reed ing this out loud Wlch the Chinep i Jpst rpd it to himself, saying, It say all good Chinep must so Sundey skool I every Sundey. Wats la say about a reward, sed Sam Cross, and the Chinee sed. Thats HorliCk'S the Original Malted Milk. Avoid Imitations and Substitutes I i SAY POP! - "MM '7 (Tor xt idirts pW 1 pT376"w7r f " l-ivescoiN J Yzii i t . i"V0i.T ' 1 M'l X Wke: Ul- Knocm' -4,m j eRo.?j stored , jvLT-J Um To ft XOCK W-ATi! W 1 At IDOVJM ALL- TE 1l ' -flM -NOOOkI JKJt) I ?U.T , COMIN61 Yzr-TJih Tiul I cake S 7 ( x iAlwu W keTTII mm . ' , y j si ai-oo ah totti . : I! TOOTS AND CASPER- I GUEcr5 VLV CFLL T ft I I VOUR 55g - LR-R.- S NOTHiNG- r&&P) I THOoGaT I (AlGHT 1 1 I J&'Tf Ti r c aT7 ' i DOINGS OF THE DUFFS 1 Jl)3TA 3Uve- 0000 I Tm6 I RAILROAD MAN GAINS jOPOUNDS Engelmann Was In Failing Health For A Year Is Well and Strong Now. "Yes, sir. I certainly can rer.,mnirnd Teniae, for it ei me richt flpverai months ago and I've enjoved the bst. of hpulth ever since." s:i li I Imipck' i Kncelmann. a car repairer for the Salt T,;ikp railroad, llvins at 381S Sonth I Wood lawn ?treet. Lob Augplps. Cal., in a statement at the Owl Drug Store, recently. "About a year ago," he continued, "I becan suffering from indigestion and goinc down hill rapidly. I could nol eat anythlnc but what would bloat mo all up with gas and thper was the wor-'t kind of a pain in my stomnch al! the lime. I finally got to whpre about ell I dared to eat was malted milk and crackers and even this caused me pain. I was badly constipated, lost weight all the timo and got so weak that I could hardly keep up with my work. "You may know there was something radically wron with me when I tell you ! had dropped down in weight fiom one hundred and fifty eight pouml to one j hundred and thirty-nine. I just tried everything I could hear of but got no lelief until one day I ready a Taniac testimonial that described my case to a T. So I at once got a bottle of this medicine anad the third day thprp was a remarkable change :n ray feelings. Then, of course. 1 kept on taking It and r.fter using five bottles I had picked up 'nineteen pounds nnd balanced the. ' scales at my old weight, one hundred and fifty-eight pound?. That was lour months aeo and I have been eating Just anything 1 want ever since and have never had the least trouble with my stomach. In fact, I never have an aehe or a pain of any kind and am feel ing as strong and well as 1 ever did. I believe Taniac is the best medicine ever sold in a drug store for any sort -of stomach trouble." Taniac is sold in Ogdcn by A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Two busy stores. Advertisement. all Bay, no more. And us fellows was I jso mad we chased Persey all the way 1 I back, not catching him but getting ; there mutch quicker than wat we J I would of if we hndmt of chased him. I nn CaJJ on J. J. Brummitt at -j 2417 Hudson iven'je, if you want to sell your Liberty bonds. Phone 59. oo j , Strike in England I I Gives Evidence of I Disintegrating LONDON'. Oct 1 It was announced j that the king and eourt will return I .from Balmoral Saturday. This may I be indicative of some de -loprupnt In I the politic;tl situation as. unless the I strike is ended before that time, 'he J Journey will present some difficulties. I The authorities claim that ther" la I Still a remarkable response to the 507 'j ernmenj appeal for volunteers and Ij that thousands of Individuals of all Ij classes are offerinc their services, as I well as numerous organizations of I former service men. I There has been a remarkable in- I crease in the trains operating today, 11 according to the ministry of trans- I port, amounting to two thousand, or I doublo ypsterday's total, exclusive of I the tubes and underground roads io I London. It is asserted that the men are 20- 1 ins back to the railways in large num- I bers.' j FOR MEN WHO WORK HARD Factory' workers, railroad men. farm- I ers. miners, mill employes and all men 1 vho work at hard, straining physical I labor are more or less subject to kid- I ney trouble. Nature gives warning tig- I nals by frequent lameness, stiff Joints, I sore muscles, backache and rheumatic I pains. J. G. Wolf. Green Day, Wis.. I ! writes: ' Foley Kidney Pjils relieved II , me of a severe backac he ihiii had both- ered me for several months. A few I bottles fixed me up In good shape." I I A. R. Mclntyre Dnjg Co. Advertise- II ment. 00 a LEONARD DEFEATS METH DETROIT, Oct. 1. Benny Leon.ird. I IlKhtwfi-ht champion, scored a lrtual I knockout over Charlie.. Metric o( Mil- I jwaukee. in the seventh round of v.liat I j wa.s seheduled to be a ten-round RO I here tonight, riews paper men gave I every round to Leonard. j Used for 70 Years flH Thru its use Grandmother'a prl 1 6'ade has moved to 432 T wentyf,ft Strett. - i CHICHESTER S PILLS h Tnr UIAMOM DBIP A "M'IBL r," 'W I . Wfl ' "1. m.-i .,1,1 V J PI T-k r" t r Hot I 1 I fx trcr'- a., f 1 111 ifr-T J f J 1 gf l"IAlIoI HK Ml Ml I ' 2 r SOLO BY WfLOOISTS lLk)M&