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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1915.
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WASH DAY
OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
2430 Washington Phone 2 j
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For Subscription and Atfertllng
Department, Call Phone Ho. 66. J
, M RANDOM
i'jf REFERENCES
T. 6. Llenhardt has purchased the'
Tabernacle Pharmacy. Phone ITS i
373 :
lft ;
Auto Mechanic Arrested L. J.
Haight, 2772 Lincoln avenue, an autoj
nioachanic, was arrested yesterday
afternoon by Detective Charles Blair.)
e-harged with operating a niotoi v -hide
on the wrong Fide of the street
Wanted Boy with wheel for deliv-i
Ml erlng at Bramwell's. y610
October Snowfalls Thirteen and i
ij. A ' one-half inches of snow have fallen In i
Ogden during the month of October, j
according to otficial word given out
. at the weather bureau here Tins i- a
new recoid for the month of October '
in J91S the first snow was recorded
on November 5
Old papers Tor sale, ogdm Stand
arc".
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Loving Cups to Be Awarded Thn
beautiful loving cups will be awarded
for the three best addresses made dur
ing the Red CrOBfl drive here, accord
ing to Rev. John Edward Carver I he
hr-' trophies will br: compete fo; by
men women and children Blanche
Kendall McKay of Weber normal, and
Vera Hassenpflug ol the Ogdcn highi
school arc the members of the Judg
ing committee, together with Rev. ;ar
.
ii 111 . Clean rags vjn:ej s The Stano'j.-r
tffl.
Troop B Holds Drill Members nf
Troop B of Ogdcn held their weekly
drill in the armorv I a t night Al '
present there are eighty iiu-n enlisted
'' '5L i,nd K finvr' lor rrciui's will b" star ed
at once, according to Captain W. E
I d'fl P 'w J.indquisl Ne w ni' ii nin iilist ni ili
weekly meeting nights at the armory.
j if 63B
Elevator girl wanted at The Eeed
i
Memorial for Service Men Soldiers
Bailors, marines and nurses who
iheir lives In the grcal v.oild '.v?r from1
1'tah, will be lionored by the tat- if.
preeent plans for the erection cl a me- ,
morial are carried OTCr the tcp A pe i
rial committee has been nppoiited by!
Governor Simon Bamberger .o infs
tigate the form and nature of the me
morial. L H. Farnsworth r Sali
Lake is chairman of the committee
Frank Francis, editor of Th i St md
ard, is one of the members of the
I III ijjg i ommittec.
Indian tanned buTfalo rug. Reason
able. Write Eox F, care Standard 897 i
Boy Has Both Legs Broken Alvin
John Euker, aged 11, with both lgs
broken as a result of an accident at
Malad, was taken to the Dec hospital
v I In llll ll'ere yesterday. His injuries' are sr-
rlous but it is thought that he will re-
1 a Lc m cover.
W 'if'!
WANTED Paper of Mav 9th at Stan
dard office. 9972
Taken to Prison Jack McManus,
alias Jack O'Hara. was taken to the
state prison at Salt Lake yesterday
where he will serve from one to twen
ty years for robbery committed here
last week. Deputy Robert Buik .ook
the prisoner to Salt Lake McManus
was found guilty of robbing the City
cafe and taking ten boxes of cigars
nd a like number of boxes of gum.
For Sale One safe, cheap. Uncle
,HH; Sam, 278 25th St. 471
Enlists in Army John Darling, aged
18. enlisted in the army at the local
recruiting statlom yesterday afternoon.
' I Darling's home is .n Salt Lake. He
lHilIln v Wlli 8ervlce in sDeri'1-
Wanted paper of September 9th at
Standard office. 3 91
State Convention of Chiropractors
0den chiropractors will attend th
J fi state convention, which will be held at
Salt Lake today and tomorrow. Dr.
Jl ,UJj .1. H I'alrner, h ad of the Palmer
W School of Chiropractic, will be one of
the chief lecturers at the session.
COAL., all klkds. Buy now M. L. Jones
Coal & Ice Co. Ph. 1603. 2563
Runaway Boys Picked Up Merlin
Allan and Roy Henderson of Hyrum,
said to be two runaways from that
town, were picked up by the sheriff de.
MllHflH "" 1 Partment yesterday and are being held
tor investigations.
Photograpns are history of the fam
Have tbera taken toduy ut The
' lUlf Lk Tr,Pn Photo Studio. 320'i -5th St.
wlf
Weber Normal Comedy "The Big
1 ' -. .i a "i... i 1. 1. ... x i r p , , ...iu;
u,!!.1, ! li'-nrsed b;- Hie nltimnl association
Ul I Milk "' ' tK'1 'ornial college and will b
presented at the Orpheum theatre on
A ill': Norember i".
Henry Blair, piano tunr Ph.
j I I m J4 ' NM
Safety Committee Meetings -
p meeting of ibe Salt Lake qlTision 3afe-
H luu ,'nmm,,,',,; ti"M
MAYOR CAN DO
MUCH FOR OGDEN'S
FUTURE WELFARE
.
Head of City Should Have Vision of City's Great
ness and Labor With Untiring Energy and Con
fidence in Reaching the Goal What Ogden
Will Be, If the Opportunity to Grow, Is Not
Rejected By Failure to Grasp Bright Outlook.
'. v.. .
Frank Francis, candidate for mayor,
has received many congratulatory
messages, Including one- from Wash
ington. 1 C , and another from Wei! ,
Nevada
Yesterday he reeeived the follow
ing from Morgan, rtah:
"Editor ogden Standard. My
dear Mr. Francis: Allow me to
congratulate ou em your success
at the primary election I do hop.
you will win out nexi month. The
people of ogden will make no mis
take in electing you as mayor of
their city. You are progressive,
energetic, clean, honest and capa
ble If you are elected. I know you
Will give the citizens of Ogden a
the New Healy hotel. Assistant Super
tendent F. E Smith ae'co as ch:ir
matt. Buggestitons on conduct of Ihe
national accident prevention drive on
this part of the Southern Pacific line!
made up a major portion of the dis US
slon. Two accidents oi a minor nature
have occurred on the Salt L?.ke -.1 vi
rion since the beginning of in- cam
paign.
We all eat pumpkin pies and drink
apple cider at the big Carnival dance,
W. O W hall Thursday, Oct. 30th
Everybody welcome. $1 00 pr couple,
extra lady 50c 508
Thieves Enter Rudiger Home
Thievcc entered the- home- of Mr. and
Mrs Rudiger 2685 Fowler avenue,
lasi night and mr.de thir gpfiiwa;,
witii clothing valued a1 Mr. Rud
Iger reported to the police the theft Ol
an evening suit, overcoat and a pair
of trousers. Entrance was gained
through a rear door. Officers Snial
ley and Gregg were detailed to the
scene of the robbery.
Clear, -age warned t ihe Otand.irc1
Inspecting Local Plant Joseph
Ranch, superintendent of machinery
and engineering work for the Albers
Bros. Milling coinpanj, is in Ogdcn on
a business trip lie- arrived in this
cif yesterday afternoon from Oakland
and will inspect the local plant before
returning to the coast.
Artistic funeral pieces a specialty
Dumke Floral Compauv, Th. 52-V.
4173
Registration Books Close -With the
closing of the registration book.-? at
9 o'clock last evening, seeral hun
dred names of otors were added to
the lis.ts of voters, it is estimated. The
new regisi ration was not extremely
heavy. Considerable interest In the
coming election was manifest, how
ever.
Don't miss the big carnival dance
October ?.0th W. O W. hall. Refresh
ments, pumpkin pics and apple cider.
Everybody welcome. Adm $1.00 per
couple Extra lady 60c. 50$
Agent Given Instructions Instruc
tions from D. S. Spencer, general pass
enger agent for the Oregon Short Line
at Salt L ake, to the effect that the
! government has modified its regula
tions regarding the sale of Steamship
tickets and tickets can now be ob
tained for Honolulu Transportation
to the port desired, together with
steamer reservations, can now be ar
ranged with the local onicials.
Pumpkin pies and pumpkin faces at
the big carnival dance, W. O. W. hall,
! Thursday, Oct. 30. Everybody wel
Icorae. Adm. 51.00 per couple. Extra
lady 50c. 508
Cohen It Arraigned Ben Cohen, eharg- !
ed with the Illegal sale of intoxicating I
liquors, was arraigned before Judge D.
Ft- Robert3 in the city court this mom.
ing and his case set for trial Nocmlo
5 BaJl in his case was set at $2i.0.
Cohen was arrested some time agro
Grey Goes to Malad R. E. Gery of
the forest serviee departed today for
Malad. Idaho lie will eonfer with Bu
pcnrtsoT Shepherd of the Carlio forest
on matters pertaining to land within the
forest.
Telephone Engineer Arrive rt. B.
Adams, telephone engineer for districts
No. 1 and i of the forest service, arrives
hero this morning irom Missoula. BXont
He will leave immediately for Bphratm
and Moab In tho Manil .-. nd I-i S.il!o
lorests to attend lo urcnt matters re-
Karelins trephon- lines In that vicinity.
Soft Dnk Parlors Ogden soft drink
parlors, candy manufacturers and the
like will be compelled to ration their
sugar in the future if tho plans of the
government pqu;illzntlon board headed
j by He rbert Hoover Is accepted. The
Cities and states of the entire country
will receive ration orders Just as se;on
as the orders are adopted A shortage
of sugar hus made its appearance in
the United States and every effort to
ration the sugar in public place3 as!
well as homes will no doubt be carried
out. It is probable that the war time
schedule will again go into effect un
til the condition subsides
Farmers Digging Beets Despite
snowfall and mudd fields, farmers of
V county are experiencing com
paratively little difficulty In dlggin?
; beets, according to YV. V. Thomas of
ihe COUnty larm bureau. Mr Thomai
stated that most of th- snow had dl
I appeared from (ie-lds IB the western I
I pari of the county aud that the rainfall
predicted tor tod.i in weather reports
J would materially assist In clearing the
remaining snow. Should present eon-Iditk--
"vaH. the majority of farm-
square dr;il I Wish we could hIp
tO elect you Anyway you have
our morai support Yours truls,
(Signed) "W T NELSON,
"Morgan, Utah."
Mr N'f-loTi is a retired farmer. H ,
Is a bright, clear- hinking man of'
strong character, and Mr i rancls ap-1
predates Ws words of cheer and hopr-s
to prove worthy of the praise that Is I
given
Mr. Francis says that the dreams of
nations come true, and also that the
hopes and aspirations of Individuals,
if persisted in, .come true He hopes
io see Ogden a i ity of lirst Important e
in ihe Intermountaln region and hc
belleves the mayor of Ogdcn, possesseil
PVERY EFFORT TO PREVENT COAL !
STRIKE IS BEING TAKE Hi
EMERGENCY ORDERS SENT OUT
I Every possible efforl to prevent (he
coal strike in the United States is be
ing taken at Washington, according to
word received here, nnd the govern
ment will use every means of settling
the problems without a otriko Coal
unions throughout the rountry are
holding meetings at which their plans
are being discussed.
In Utah it i thought that Ihe nnn
ers will not strike, inasmuch as the
majority of them are not members of
the union. However, the government
is prepared for any emergency pnd, ac
cording to Associated l'r:r. dis
patches, the national cuaidsmen of ho
country vlil be mobilised, if the need
arises.
Federal Fuel A Iniinistrator Garfield
has been summoned to Washington by
President N llson to discuss the situa
tion. Locally the men of the Ogden .ni:
of national guardsmen fcr the call of
the government Irmed ur ds are
ers will have gathered their sugar
beet crops at the end of two weeks.
New Postmcster to Be Named
With the opening of examination pa-j
pers at Washington yesterday of r'ppli- ,
cants for the position of the late W.
W. Browning as postmaster, the an
nouncement of MB pi rmanent succes
sor is expected within the next few
days. It Is reported that several Og-;
den citizens made application for the,
position. Included in this number are
George E. Browning temporary post
master, and Rufus Garner assistant
postmaster
Weber County Farmers
; Await Reply From
State Engineer
Until answers to a communication
I forwarded to state engineer G F Mc-
Gonagle suggesting the co-operation
of Dr. Samuel Fortier in the question
I Of water allotments are received, ac
! tion in the Weber county irrigation
district will be suspended, according
to word from W. P. Thomas, county i
j farm agent. Mr Thomas announced'
I that D. D. McKay, president of the
of Imagination and Impelled by de
termination to translate broad con
ceptions into realities, can be a mighty
factor in making Ogdem go forward In
the next two years.
"I am not fanciful in my hopes," Mr
Francis sa? "1 must have solid
foundation before I am carried awa
With prospects, but. I firmly hellee
Ogden is destined to be second to no,
city In the Interinountaln country.1
What is now needed L- the driving
power of faith in one's gelf, faith ;n
the- future, faith in pgden's destiny.
"The Industries which are started,
such as the Globe and the Sp rr , and'
Other hie Industrial plants which are
planned and of which no public men
tion has been made, are the beginning
of a wonderful prosperity and expan
sion. "Soon the railroad rates Will under
go a radical readjustment, by which
tho west will immeasurably profit.
The city that is in a receptive condi
tion and alertfull pushing ahead, will
win industry after industry. Eastern
factories, owing to the elimination of
unfavorable rates which have kept
down western manufacturing, will be
seeking sites in this pan of the coun
try, and then Ogdc-n shall have ar
rived, if Ogden unmistakabl has ex
pressed faith In iiself "
said to have been placed at the armory j
here to protect proper and rumor has I
it thai the men will be able to depar I
at an hour's notice.
However, there is no need for Imme
diate alarm. The entire program as
mapped out by the government is -me
of precaution, it tne need arises ihe(
men will be detailed to the coal camps
foi actual duty but rntll that time ihe
men will merely be held in readiness.!
Several rumors have also c.'rculated :
in Ogden to the effect that reserve of-j
fleers have also been informed to be,
;n readiness. However, this rumor'
could not be verified.
In the local organization en Troop
B. eighty men of the elly tc enlisted. 1
They have had considerable dr.1! work
and with their equipment nf nand are
ready for the govern menu should they
b needed. However, the cloud of trou-i
hie k yet to deeop and unti' he Mt
nation becomes real the soldi rs v ill
! not be called.
Weber county farm bureau, had sentj
a telegram to Engineer McGonagle, I
who at present la in the east with)
Governor P.nmbertrer attending to niat-j
ters relative to the building of the
Moffatt road through Uintah basin.
1 be telegram suggested that Mr. Mc-'
Gonagle turn over tho work of making ,
water allotments in this county to Dr.
Fortier's men.
An answer to the communication is
expected tomorrow and it is anticipat
ed that Dr. Fortier will be given full
power to act.
Orders For Government
Foodstuffs Are
Being Cancelled
Reports of people who made inquiry
at the postofflce this morning regard
ing the war department sale of food
stuffs some months ago, was to the
effect that a request for either the
return of the money or the Immediate
delivery of tho goods was anticipated.
Considerable dissatisfaction over the
results of the sale has been expressed
and tho general opinion Is that incom
petency on the part of men in charge
of the zone supply office is the caue
of the non-de1i erj .
i-AWDLORDWG IT IN NEW YORK
NEW YORK They wouldn't pay an adrance or JF, a month rent
unless the landlord would gUe them a year's lease and the land
lord threw them out There were 40 families of thm. The scene la
in East If1- - I
Jg OGDEN THEATRE! I
X. j Lat Times Today
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I II I limTTW I I I I III I ! ii ,
Decision Reached After
Two Hour Conference
at Indianapolis.
U. S. READY TO ACT
Federal Officials Pre
pared to Take Drastic i
Steps at Once.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 he gov
ernment if prepared to tako drastic
steps to deal with conditions arising in
the coal fields if the executive board
of the United Mine Workers of Aner
Ica permits the strike order to stand.
This became known today after Fed
eral Fuel Administrator larfield had
been summoned from Massachusetts
to discuss the situation with Secre
tary Tumulty
.Mr Garfield lea s memorandum on
the coal situation for President Wil
son He was hopeful that the strike;
could be averted and that it w ,uld not 1
be necessary to revive the fuel admin-1
istratlon, which under the Lever food j
control act still would retain all Its
wartime authority over the nation's
fuel supply
The grounds on which this decision
was reached will be explained ii a
statement to the public whl n prob
ably will be issued late today. A c:m
rnittee to draw up this et; tcrm-nt was
appointed and given three hours in
v.hich to prepare it, the conference ad-1
journing until 1 p. in.
As explained by Ellis Scares, editor
cf the union's magazine and official
spokesman for the conference, the i
statement will set before the Amerl
can people the exact situation from
the miners' standpoint It probahl)
will be lengthy, h'- said, and will cover
all aspec's of the problem. He broughi
out that it will not be specifically an
answer to the president, but will !
cuss the chief ex icutli - -fand as one
of the incidents of the str'ke situa
tlon.
"As n matter of fact," he added,
"this organization does n it knew cf fi
dally that President Wilson trver ut
tered such a statement. No copy u it
nas come to us, but we have RCCep'ed
lhe newspaper vers ion of it as substan
tially correct
"Did any one in ! lie conference de
lend the president's stand?" he a.s
Miked
"Not one. On the conrary. every
spenker who touched on it expressed
I the thouKht that President Wilson's
action was calculated to embitter rath
I er than to mollify the mice v.'.rkers."
The committee wnlch is to el'-nft the
I public statement consists of William
'Green, secretary-treasurer of the un
jion; and the following district pres
idents: Phillip Muria. P nnvh., i .
I .lohn Moore, Ohio. t'dv.vrd .-'t..
Indiana; Frank Farringion, Illinois.
Those districts comprice -he balk
of the central competitive field. Their
executives reported to the conference
'that the union members In them are
I 100 per cent in favor of the Cleveland
,age policy and similar reporis came
from other districts
"In view of this unanimity of opin
ion, it would be folly to expect of ihe
ronfc rence any action tending to
thange the present policy of the Unit
led Mine Workers." said Mr. Searles.
"It Is an essential part ot thai policy,
however, that we remain illlng to ne
gotiate with the operators at any I
I time they do not insist upon impc.ssi
ble conditions "
When the conference was opened 1
John'L. Lewis, acting pre.dden? of ihe
organisation, explained developments '
lnc- the Cleveland convention tor he
benefit of the union leaders who had j
been out of direct touch with their of
ficers. This presentation of the ease
ENLIGHTENING ADDRESS AT THE i
ROTARY CLUB LUNCHEON BY V
ALBANIAN REPRESENTATIVE, I
At the weekly luncheon of 'he Ro
larj club held today noon in he pri
vate dining room of the Weber club
the special features of the program
were the introducing to the compan
ry P. F. Kirkendall of Frank Ram,
grand exalted ruler oi the Benevolent
Protective Ordr of Elks of tho United
States. Mr. Rain is a resident tnd
prominent Elk of Fai.bury. Neb. in a
.'hort speech Mr. Rain expressed his
good wishes for the wort of the Ro
tarlans saying that as he had traveled
over the United States in the interests
of the Elks he had everywhere heard
golden words of ihe deeds aid pur
poses of Rotarians and was glad to
find Ogden keeping step Sn-the march
of progress.
President of the local Rotarians.
Frank M. Driggs, called upon Rev.
Godfrey Matthews to Introduce E. Tel
ford Erickson who has for the ist
twelve years been intimately aosociat
ed with the people of Albania, v-ho
represented the Albanian -de;. tion at
the peace conference at Paris and who
is now representing their interests in
Washington, L. c. m an intensely in
teresting speech Mr. Erickson briefly
indicated how this distinctive national
ity, the Albanian, has for two thou
sand years been under the domination
of ono or other, or some times more
than one, of the great powers ot Eur
ope and how despite the fact That they
are probably the oldest race in the
Balkans their language having ghen
to Greece the names of many of her
ancient gods she has not been al
lowed to rise to national distinctness
and separate government. Albania i3
at present at disadvantage because of
included a reading of Prslde-nt Wil
son'.' message. A big stack of tele
grams from locals in various jarts of
the country, urging the conference to
Btand firm, was exhibited and a gen
eral discussion ensued
It was Indicated bv several members
of the conference that its business,
probably would be wound up tonight.
The executive board of the union will
meet in separate session totmorrow.
oo 1
FORMER RAILROAD MSI
i IS VISITING IN
n
Tnrk H. Took, superintendent anfl J
traffle ninnngvr of tho Nevada Copper !
i Belt Railroad Compnn--. with heaelquart- '
j ers at Mason, Nevada. Is In Oudcn rc
QBWjng ae qualntarfees vl)h Inrco rircle;
of friends in this city. He la one of tho
well-known rallroai' men of the inter- !
mountain rountry and for a number of i
years was located at Opden as traveling
freight and paasenser agent for the Unlo.i
rvieiflc railroad company
Mr. Cook Is enthusiastic aloiit the fut
ure of Novaelu. as lioing ono of the com
Ing states with opportunities for the
ho;nc-seeker and investor It Is rapidly
eMlimlng normal after the cood service
rendered during the war.
STHTS HOLD I
MUSING ASSEMBLY
I IT OGDEN HIGH
) Students of the Oden hiqh school
held a rousing assembly today in prep
aration for the gridiron came here
'Saturday with the East High school
warriors of Salt Iake. Both teams J
have a clean slate for the season and,
; the game Saturday will decide the
state tltl" Frank Pingree, president1
I of the student body, presided at the I
I meeting.
Speeches were made by Principal
Beeson. Dan Rowans and Harry Ry
an. Yells, songs and other fun mak
ing stunts were also adopted by the
tudentg, The members of the faeulty
aided In the fun making.
Cards bearing the inscription. "We'll
beatJBaat Side or Bust. Watch us Nov.
I." have been printed and were dls-
the warring Interests of the Europeu M J.
pow. rs, suffering particularly H ,
he secret pact of London wh.fbi Ii- fl
:il's interests In the country arpajaii i 1
a barrier to the nation's rise to )(
government In ;he opinion of A -j ? .
Erickson, ihe best -.hing that can b II LDI
desired at the present time, imt.th 1111111
for Albinia. hut for the whole Bilku 1
I peninsula Is that the league tnenfcwj '
peace shall grant a commissioB foraB I
ol government to Albania, the comrd- I f
' s ion to be formed of seven In'!ivida-Ji, lllnl
two Albanians, two -taliar.s. a ,d rf;w
mericans. If this were don t b t
possible that in five years nil 'Jw
I dangers that lie dormant, in the 3iJ- ;
! kans and which may at any time blu '
j out into another gToat wr, would bf
oyercome If the jrreat Cnltwi Stile
".'i.i ii--- cm- ir.uliti'n of ne-v - f:;i' Mnor
ing a fight for the iere nrquitjon c! t Mr.
territory would lend her bencroleir- tettw post
ly powerful aid to cuidint,- this people uiMtice i
into the ways of nationhood an? brj- ,hvc
j ing to bear on the complex dl'icolues for th
which go to make tip what jUirscts Wkinr u
refer to as "the Balkan prohlfm,"'!:, knowledge.
American people would npver rezrrt " 1 ,ln,j
but ever be proud of one of ibc s;: " rai
nistinctlve services to the human raw '-coraotie.
which can at the preen1; Mme be r: Without pre
formed. prw!uce m
Mr Erickson dwelt enllsMfsistf "J'"Ded- an
on the fine honor of (he people of .0- mado c
banla, of their sacred regard for i rc?'JC0 no
manhood, and for the home; and oi tit
material resources of a great dl f '"ht "r 1
oeautiful country which onlv need! to J Mr
he delivered from the maelrca '
contending powers to hecome vwvWl
dwelling place of a prosper c., I HlIXT
luhtencd and highly civilized pecjfc v"iY
Itributed to the students to adTfftfa
:he . rd:n. " '"'I mm3u&
speakers tho tall of thp Leopsrd
be tl?ted with ease in the Sat3r4.'B
struggle. I
A final assembly will beheld&l
day at which time several of the
grads will be invited to speak.
yells and stunts will be perfer'ed FrtB ;
I HH
00 1
Man's devotion to woman frt aortal
arouses her feelings of tho tired k Hg
j OO L ATE jo CLASSIFY;
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED. I ,
TO RENT Five room house Oil H
tr. "t Modern exce-pt furnace.- m
ing, Utah National bank
AUTO FOR SALE. .
STUDEBAKER. firf-class mecM
condition, $200.00. Phone 3139 J- 3 I
Adams.
FOR SAL 1 MISCELLANEOUS
I i RNTTT'RE for four-rooni o- oFb
parts leaving town, must &
Phone 2904-M or call 751333 Hgi
FOR SALE-USED CARS-
SOME (food bargains in used car
1917 RrirK t roadster
1917 BUICK 6 touring, 1 cord uc f ?
1916 BUK K touring. I
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