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To" 1 "the ocden standard: ogden. utah. Wednesday, October 29. 1919
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you know-thit rt JpY
With fine tea an abun
dance of exquisite tea
flavor develops before the
tannin begins to draw.
In common tea the tea
taste hardly starts bet ore j
the tannin comes aloncr !
and smothers it. Tannin,
thcrank harsh injurious
what people use to tan
jl-jljj leather with.
Try Schilling's. You'll
jftij ' never go back to common
ijlhll1 tea.
' 'III
There are lour flavrn of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Onions,
English Kreakfast All one quality In
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages. I
H Dl grocers everywhere.
!)' "f: A Schilling & ( 0 San Fran is o
is, - -
LITTLB: BENNY'Sj
; $ Note Book
By LEE PAPE
J
SWIMMING.
1 . 'Ii,. ' Nuthinp Is so us( nil 'o people In
'ij 'itiiihi e"erp war in ,1- Unov. 1 c In. - wim
I J ' If a person is drnwndinc n. ma ler
lUlflH ovr man-v olher hiir,s I'm Know, un-Ii-
llll ' 'rss ,nPV know how to swim tbej will
.i j . keep on drowmimi; n le -in.,ri
I' J.I !
j! CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
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THE OUTBURST OF EVERET TRUE
I 0YI3H SOIICBCPY fTSSCcJ IN THCS FIRST PLCC5
uoucp expciN TO THC OBJECT S TO
M5 JUST WHAT THIS PROKOTCS Cc'O u"0 PeAOcE,
CEGue CP NATIONS OR, AT CC3AST, TO MlN
I M I -2-e Hr5 TAOe OF
VIST'S N THAT sTili"
JUST HCR5 YOU 'R 05
z "". For iNroRMAitON-
v FOR An
people have bin saved from drowndlng
by ighoranJ peeple jest because thov
dldent know how to swim :i nil i he ig
uo' inl peeple did.
Keeping up in the w-attir nil depends
en wat motions you make Sum times
drowndinc people me.ke more motions
than any other kind, ony .hev rint ihe j
lite kind of motion?, meny ot theni
meorlj being motions for help A per
: in that dont know how to swrtn is jest
as anxious to stay cn top of the wat
lir as onybody ells, but ihRt dont t-a
In- will. This proses that nollege is
niori powerfill than hope
1 a good swimmer wouldenl eare now
awffen he fell in the wtiit if wasehl
for his clothes.
Most pnepl donf mind trying to
jewlm in shallo wattir because it t? a
grate comfort to know you e.-nt go
'down feriher than your neck !1 ou go
down Meny people who seem to be
swimming in shallo wattir reelv h-iw
one fool on the bottom. This proses
jHiiit appearances is deceetfill
Altho a persin can dive wlthcnt
knowing how to swim, they awtpnt to
for their own safety. ,
A diver who goes in jest rite without
hardly making n hole gets iie most
enjoyment out of it, but one that goes
Coughs and colds,
sneezesand sniffles
quickly yield to
BAUME
ANALGESIQUE
BENGUE
The relief is most
gratifying r.nd so re
freshing. Get a tube
Tto Ucmi & Co.. N. Y.
NOW RAISES
600 CHICKENS
After Being Relieved of Or
game Trouble by Lydia
Pinkharn's Vegetable
Compound
Oregon 111. "I took Lydia Pink
nam's Vegetable Compound tor n or
tranic trouble wh( I
l,f ',9 fot to tne anc
P ; . k' I cou'f' scarcely do my
Wf 5Vi Hill vor' ar"' H I live
f ' -V Viil I' nn H sr,,;i" farm ano
I I raise six hundred
I' 11111 chickens every year
IjljJ' 1 :jf jKKiV it made it very hard
Tbm y yKt rn''
'''fBBRW'' aaw The Com
pound advertiecj -n
"w- vsrW our paper, nd tried
' 'it. It nas restoreo
my henlth so 1 can do all my work ind
1 am so ratetui that 1 am recommend
ing it to my friends Mrs O. M.
Alters, R. R. 4, Oregon, 111.
Only women whohave 6UiTered the tor
fures of such troubles and have dragged
aloncr from day to day can realize the
relief which this famous root and herb
remedy. Lydia E. Pinknam'b Vegetable
Compound, Drought to Mrs. Alters.
Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters'
condition should profit by her recom
mendation, and it there are any com
plications write Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a
Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass., for advice.
The result of their 40 years experience
is at vour pprviee.
I in flop on his stummlck w':h a big
splash gives others the most inov
Iment, j I good reasons for knowing how to
swim is ferst, so you can save your
own life, 2nd so you can save o'her
peoples life, 3rd, so you can v nwk on
the edge of a river and dont care wal
happens, and 4th, so you can Bay yei
in case enybody asks you.
oo
ft :
Rippling'
Rhymes
i
By WALT MASON.
I s y
D AC K TO WORK
I am bock frdni my vacation rested up
i nnd full of vim. back from weeks of rec
1 iration in the forest v;i.t and dim; tovv
j erine mountains I've ascended', hunt
j in; eouKiirst to llieir lairs, and I foi.nd
I the fishinic splendid, and t shut soiiv
K.7.y bears. You poor dreary hum
drum nittr never moving from the
Kiad Just sit down and he.ir inr- ivitl.-r
l ot the bully time I had Where the mouu
I brooks ko .sailinfr down th- gorges -o
the sea, 1 caught perch and trout and
And The Worst Is Yet to Come
CfcVvT3-lllW34c rf
i
gTaylhlg two feet lonp some even three.
And I shot golden eaple. thai was rost
inir on a bill; such a bird is truly visa I
and the shooting takes some skin Hera's
Its beak I hold belorc you I detarhd it
from Its map; what, von say stories hor i
you, and you wish I'd elose my trap'
That's the way I'm always tro-ated when
I try to entertain; that's the way I'm al
ways greeted by you slay-at-homes
Insane When I eome back full of stor
ies of the wondrous things I saw, of th-
forest and Its glories I ni asked to roe:
my Jaw. What's tlc cood of a vacation
if a man when he eomes back, cannet
I hand the population all the fahl.-s in his
pa k?
- oo
Wilson Sings Bii!
Extending Frankling
To Mrs. Roosevelt
' WASHINGTON, Oct 2? The president
signed th bill xtendips: the portal
frankbiR privilege to Mrs Roosevelt,
widow of the former president. yester
da-. the CI.mI annlversar of tin bhth o'
her distinguished husband
Five wounded soldiers from Wal! it
Reed hospital called at the White HoilSi
toda to present to the president a larce
basket of chrysanthemums and Ameri
can beauty rose. They were recelvM
by M-s. Wlion. '
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1 At the first sign of wcaknesi
( take Scott's Emulsion.
It is known every. JJ
where by the "Mark of m
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LEGAL NOTICES
esTate of cTaThTcey parry
deceased notice of sale ' i
of real and personal
property.
the
rhe undersigned, administratrix of j
rhe ?tate of Chauncey Parry, dceaj. pu
ed, will sell, at private sale, the tol- prl
lowing property:
j A part of the southenat quarter 0f j
Section Nineteen and ; part of ih I
southwest quarter of Section Tv. , .
in Township Six North of Hnn One
West of the Salt Lake Meridian, Unit. I A
ir.l States survey , bfinnlne at a point W
on the north line of Soventennth
Street, In oedfm City. I'taji, 66-100 of
,-i fool wesi and 942 ,ird 1-2 feet unnli Th
from the southeast rornrof said See
tlon Ninoteon and runnlns thonc
! north ."S minutes east 570 and 37.1ft wr
fort, thnco south SO decrees V. ; 1
mlnuti- ea ' 168 nnd 17-100 fpt HIM
west line of Center strrpi thnr W
ouih "8 minuti s woq ."i70 and 'J71W j
'feet, thence north 89 degrees 02 rain- 1
Utca west 168 and 17-100 feet alone
the north line of Seventeenth street I
to thr- placo of hozlnnlng, contain -two
and one half acres, more or less, ii
A pari ol Lot Six in lllock Sixteen tE
of Plal C ol i gden i It- survey, be
sinning al ihe northwest corner of 9d
said L'' Six .ind running thence raM m
100 feel thenci ?outh I:1.') feet thpcc Jt
wesi 100 feet, thence north 123 le Be
to the place of beginning H
A part f Lois rven nnd Eight in j W
Block Sixteen of i'lnt "C" of Odyn 5
'( itj survey beginning at a point 2i'i j
feel easl from the northwest corm-r o' L lBB
:ii(l l ot Six nnd running thence eart I
57 feel Ihenre south 1 feet, thence flf)j
wesi 57 feel Ihence north 123 feet to i ujJflll
the place or beginning. fill I
A pari of Lots Six and evn In
Bloi k Sixteen in I 'lat " " of 1 1;
C 1 survej beginning at a point 133
fee: otnh of the northwest corner m'
iald L61 Six and tunning thence eaM 1
1 in feet, thence somli 125 feet, thenee
-i 1 I " feel l In nee north 123 fwt
I to ihe place of beginning
A part of Lnts Seven nnd Eirht in That f
Block Sixteen in Flat "O of Ogden ties ea
City survey, b in in at a point 1M Wt pr
feel POUlh and l"7 feel east of th itw Ke
northwest corner of snid T-ot Six ia Willi I
'said Block Sixteen, and running fhr.c- '-a Pacff
I i" feel thence Bouth 125 feet, WfaJrt
them e iveel 140 feet, thence north -ii cop
eel to thi plat e of r L'inning. imp
A pari ni l.'H Live ,n P.luck Ten r'. 3 46
Sou '1 Opden mrvej .11 1 sden City 1 3 pr ce
.-ir.e bi'U.i.ninq ai a point 30 feet CTorth
easl of th southeasl corner of C-nr The 0?
avenue nnd Thirty-first Mreet, 2-1 n the nr
i iinnin.- them south 140 feet, then - tH feave
I.", fret, ihenee north 140 feet, aj on n
ithenei ivf-i 1 r. (e, t to the place of be- stbers
ginning (with one story brick hox: tfHS-h,
in)
19 shares of Ihe capital stock of ""
the Dinsdale Water company, a corps
ation (each share being of the
value of $12.30).
On or after the f.th da;, of Voven- j p.
1919. ami w 1 itten bids for ti
amc u nn part thereof, will be re
ceived at the residence of Julu I U
Parry, 173 Washington Am
Utah, unt i 1 twelve o'eiock noon of sf--
date. Term; of ?ale, cash, ten r I
( 1 ot to accompany bid and the ba- 1
ance on confirmation of sale by is I
court I H
Dated Oelober 27th 1915 I M
JULIA E PARRY,
Sole Adraiaistraim I M
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAL(
(n th. 10th day of November, HL
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at Utf H
1 place of business of 'he Ogden M'c'
company, r.t 2317 Hudson avenue. J M
len City, V bei county, Ltal "
ill sell at public auction, accord"-.
ii law to the highest bidder for cmj 1,
the following d. scribed automoDL-5 1
Lo-wlt , I
One Hum!: automobile, 5 pasw"
Wyoming license No. 8530.
One Buitk automobile, 5 pstfeU
Utah license No. 22522.
One Jeffrey1 automobile, 5 passes .
I tah IU ense No 18640.' .
One Overland automobile, si' r? " m
der, 5 passencer, 1 tab license
3200. l,
it C PETERSON,
Sherifrol Webei coantr,
63 CU RTIS ALUS' IN,
Deput sheriff. 12
NOTICE
To the members of th' First BaP H
Church of Ogden, L tah :
You ire hen h notlfi'Hl ml ' I
First Baptist church of P on t I
Weber county, state ol r'3 ' eTfi 1 p
12th day of November, I91j. r' Mssl
thirty o'clock p. in of said u ' . . PJfJ
ill be held s mee-.nx of tnew sp
of said church for the purpose IV-
, . ng and acting "P".'fnr I 1 sV .
lion '. form said church m o
rat K.n not for pecuniary pro" - SV
Lhe h h s 1 he sr.-.:. of ' $d 1 j m
Tl ...... n.eetins Jjk
b the board of trustees, j.fi
Dated this the 27th day of e cu p
H N KH,..K II
Chairman of the Board of
NOTICE jm
P W. Jackson of 2939 AdjJJJ I .
nue xv, 11 do no more w M'
after November lst.--j I I
Hj
Sladt has moved to
Street 3

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