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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, October 17, 1919, LAST EDITION - 3:30 P.M., Image 14

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"''a .t-m' ' work while you Bleep:
They l tart the lhcr and 'oohen th
battels without griping -r sickening
jWhen you wake t'p all constipoMor.
i ji hjhousness. headache. p&llowneas, hid
j 1 breath, stomach misery or cold Ife gone.
II ; ,
-ER IS COPINy
MTHE WORLD!
A with
Our Office Boy.
OLD. OLD STORY'
J bart foot boy.
bashful maid
iiji "Aw, come on'
i r" You ain't afraid?"
prrp behind,
To either wide.
"Oh, vou brute!"
The maiden cried.
Jli Another peep
IrOUnd in back
fhre'' nothtne like
i a stolen "smack "
An injured air
She's very cool
j! Still by his side
She goes to BChOOL
An old era: Bl&t
scrawling hand
I Mis heart it beats
To beat the band.
He hebi it up
So she could see.
The missive said
Spalin 'SCOUld be
If I" luv me
Az I b.i D
ll So nife kin cut
t II I hit lii in 2."
I I fit
Th day of the labor leader' blue
hirl is past.
Styles are all right in their place
I uf it's a safe het the girls won't lut
little Btenciling take the plaCQ of
ilvir winter hosierv.
l.
(JJ rh ex banoms in this town Rre
'iuw featuring root, beer instead ot tho
F fidar product. Lif Is Just one .soft
fi drink after anothtr
1 fl Folks may be grouch) with me all
week, but I notice they have a wc-1
ome smile on Saturday," said B
p friend ot ours who is a payroll man
If applause were allowed in the
- nare galleries, the Behatt might i i
a baseball At the reat American
Hi on
There s one thing you'll have m
hand to the Socialist He never ;nis.. !d
'A a chance to vote ouce at lensl
1'' With only 2S7 authorized rotes, 335
Ifj if ere found to have been cast in ih
lirst ballot for president of the Sei 1 1 e
Star Legion at their run1. enlion in
j"Cascarcts" never keep you unxlpus or
u-icon'-cnicnced all the next day L'ke
Calomel, Oil, Salts und violent Pills.
I'sscarets" are delightful laxative
(atb. 11 tic tor grow n u; s and children
1 Switch to "Caacorets" Cost so lit
tle! Advertisement.
I Baltimore recentl It doesn't take a
j woman long to get the hang of tne po
j iitical same
And some of 'em blamed Tammany
hall.
The difference between Socialism
and Bolshevism is the same as the
difference between a bull dog and an
other bull dog
There Is some question of pedigri
however.
A strike of musicians doesn ' neces
sarily mean the end of Jazz.
D'Annunoio has joined the 'The once I
r r.r A n v fnr i li r noMna nprs" rlnh '
along with Villa and Lenlne
Any man who claims to be an Am
erican before h Democrat had beiter
keep clear of the Oklahoma Egg Dis
trict, Ardmore
There are two sides to every arta
ment but only one is logical.
Jack Warwick says the next thinr
will be a fifteen -cent ten cent store
One never hears of the public's rep
resentative at the industrial confei
ence.
sufficient:
Editor of I W. YV paper "Has .he
annlicani anv RneHnl 011a 1 it icn : Ions frn
our work''''
"Yes, he's been dishonorably dis-l
charged from he rnited States
army 'Life.
I
There's a vast difference between
how we could appear to other people
and how we do.
Ir may occur to Uncle Sam to ask I
tho president what he did in the great'
I ?r
WHAT HAS BECOME OF
The boy who used to steal green
apples and then have an attack of
colic?
Profiteers are making c ipit;il of the I
great American trait of bluffing ou
can call one anything anil lie won't
resent it
trirls are not ihe only ones to base
"coming out'' parties. President-can -didates
are in the same boat either
too soon or too late.
1
HARD LUCK'
! Lady Here, my poor fellow. a
East High Meets
Davis Grid Stars
In Salt Lake Today
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. Oct. 17
-Coach Ott Romney s team of grid
dors will battle the husky eleven Of
the Davis county high today on Cum
mings field.
The East high first team has not
been scored on this year and it Is x
pected that they will put up a hard
fight with the stronc Davis Count;
Farmers this afternoon in order to
I keep their record clean The Leop
ards defeated Jordan by s score of t5."
I to 0 and the L. D. S. U. by a score of
It1 to 0. the latter establishing what
; is thought to he a world's record for
i scoring.
The team Is in tip-top condition.
1 The probable lineup;
East high. Davis County.
Paporth c A Harvey
Anderson rg Barker
Dyer rt I). Harvey
Kump lg Render
Dern It Lov?
Smith le Dawson
Henderson qb Barton
Livingston lh Sanden
Taufer rh Adams
Whitney fb Chitman
Many students from Davis County
hish will he down and the entire stu
dent body from the East high is c:
pei ted to turn out to see the same.
(quarter for you It must be dreadful
; to be lame but 1 think it must b
: worse to be blind "
I Tramp: "It is, mum. When I was
blind the was handin' me counii rfei
quarters "American Legion Weekl
And now the Washington Post
that no contleman uses perfume ex
cept as a beverape
We reckon Burleson is holding his
job because President Wilson isn
strong enough to fire him yet
We never heard of a case vrh re
COUrageousness caused anv hard feel-
Ing.
WHICH REMINDS US THAT
There's more life than is countei in
j the census
SHORTAGE OF CARS
IS AGAIN SERIOUS
POCATBLLO, Idaho, Oct. 16 Ihe
seriousness of lh-. car shortage situa
tion in the western part of the state
Is still unabated, according to report
received in this city, and so numerous
have been th companies to the public
utilities commission tnat the commis
sion has sent a man out throuch the
affected district to make .1 eompii i.
survey of the situation to enable the
commission to place the matter Intelll
gentl before th' railroad administra
tion. Ipple shippers are uquallv affei 1 d
with the potato shippers, and a general
congestion of these products is. .saiti 10
ba e resulted from the prolonged
shortage of cars. The reports from
the various parts of the affected dis
trict are more or less conflietms, and
I one of the purpose?, of the inspection
trip Is to determine just where ihe !
cars are most needed, and to get them
spotted in the shortest time possible
;
IH Hpiv's vour opportunity In mako a RTO saving on Suits right
when vc.n want thom most. We are offering you our choicest
Suits 60 from our regular stock, and 110 Suits of a new shipment
just received from FIFTH AVENUE.
I SMARTNESS IN EACH
I EXCLUSIVE IN ALL
SMARTNESS IX EVERY LrXE-these are the very cleverest
designs, exhibiting the newest innovations for Fall. ' Exquisite
Silk Linings, too wonderful to describe. A collection at once rep
resentative and exclusive.
The very latest ideas in materials tinseltones, duvetyne, peaeh
bloom, silvertones, serge, broadcloths, tricotine, are just a few of
them. You can't afford to miss this sale it is a revelation in
style and reasonable pri--3.
;! LOOK AT THESE PRICES
1 Considering Quality These Prices are Koek-bottom
$30 Suits at $22.50 $ 75 Suits at $56 25
$40 Suits at $29.75 $ 90 Suits at ..... " $67 25
leo 23 2 fe' 110 Suits - -jS
S60 Suits at $44.75 $125 Suits at ..$93.75
M DON'T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY
1 Come in today, next week will be too late!
2Z- Waahlnaton Avnu
li
! YOU'LL find more p
men this Fall waiting
than there are clothes,
or good woolens to make Kt.
them.
Stick to t'ne staunch re- JJlg HOUSE Oif
liable make that you
know or you'll find KUPPENHEIMER
yourself paying full price
for less than the full j
standard of service and J atr
quality. IS
KUPPENHEIMER j
Clothes mean the new m
styles with the old integ- pj
rity of all-wool fabric wlli
and sound tailoring. I j
The House of Kuppenheimer JSatlOTlCll I
A Natwnal Clothe rvics ClottlCS SeTllCC
KuL
Kuppenheimer Cloth es are sold in Ogden by
BUCHMILLER -KAPLAN I
" The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes" tSi
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