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AJactor
for pore food
antedafing all state
and national food laws
I DR PRICES
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CREAM
BAKING POWDER
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No Alum No Phosphates
Be on your guard Alum Pow
I ders may be known by their
price 10 pr 25c a lbf >
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MINING NEWS OF UTAH
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TINTIC PROPERTY
TO COMMENCE WORK
Sale of Treasury Stock of Tlntlc Sil
ver Crown Gives Good Working
Capital
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Salt Lake April Through the
Fain oftt part of its treasury stock to
p4 eastern people tho Tlntlc Silver
I Crown Mining company has been
placod in a position that Insures an
other working property In tho Tlntlc
district It is tho Intention of tile
management it Is said to put a ROOC
sized force of men to work at once
upon the property and thoroughly de
velop the ground The saJe or tho
stock puts something like 510000 in
tho treasury with which to do de
velopment work With tills as a nu
cleus for Uio plans of the company
some good work at this property is
promised during the summer
Amended articles of Incorporation
have been Hied by the company m
creasmp the capitalization from 1UU
000 to 10000000 and changing tho
par value of the shares to 51 each
This wa6dono at the request of east
ern people who took oJer tho trea
sury stock At the request of the
INew York people who have taken an
interest In the company a preliminary
survey of the entire holdings of thp I
company In the west Tlnllc district
has been made The property cnnsuo
I of 27 claims embracing over 550 I
acres This survey was completed last I I
j week by JaY E Johnson and maps
have been forwarded accordingly
i The deal for the sale of life treas
ury stoCk has been pending for sev
I eral months M L Snow manager
of the properly declares that the sale
I gives the management ample funds
I with which to carry on an active cam
paign of development which should
I be sufficient to make the property a
dividend payer From a total treasury
stock of 450000 shares the NPW I
I York people take over as 1000 har I
I at better than 10 cents a share it Is
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Quality clean perfect
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better if ground nt homenot
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declared This block of stock Is to be
S handled in New York by W R How
ard Co
The inanagenient has mapped out
a plan of activity for the summer
A force of men will drive a tunnel
on the Galona number 1 claim where
a 3foot vein of 19 ore outcrops near
tho creek Less than 100 feet In this
tunnel should tap the vein This tun
nol site has a possible vortical depth
of 1500 feet on tho oxidized quartz
ite lode that rims through the prop
erty
A prospecting tunnel will also be
run under the iron blowouts along
side the granite dike that Oriental
claims Nos 1 and 2 endon This sur
face oxide of Iron assays a trace ot
silver and lead and 30 cents gold By
driving a tunnel near the roadside at
the foot of the hill a vertical depth
of over 1000 feet may bo attanied
These claims run up to the old pat
ented > Tan er roperty Jn Uennlon
canyon where ono tunnel produced
over 1000 tons of rich ore and the
face of tho tunnel now shows 1tiree
feet of galena
A tunnel has already been com
menced on Silver Colorado No 4
claim to tap tho fissure vein that out
crops on the big hill near the Inter
national property that years ago pro
duced considerable pay ore That
proprty has a tunnel and Incline 700
foci The Silver Colorado vein has
been stripped nnd proven oVcr luu
foot From it ore has been knocked oil
worth 530 to the ton The proposed
tunnel should Jlml the vein in about
lO feet
Then it Is proposed to put a lorco
of men on the Sliver Colorado claim
clearing out the refuse from tho cave
in last fall Tho cavein temporarily
dashed to tim ground the companys
hopes of doing some I shipping last
year The accident occurred when
the miners had extracted some 60 I
sacks of silverlead ore that Is de
clared to rim S75 a ton The worn
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Ings will be timbered and the work
of sorting and sacking the ore from
the 8Jnch to 24inch vein will be In
augurated once inore
In addition to Its own showings
that the fin tic Silver Crown Is In a
likely locality There Is the Wallter
property adjoining on the west from
which several hundred thousand dol
lars in ore has bec extracted there
is the NevadaUtah properly on the
norlh which has been operating its
own mill and shipping all winter long
there is tho old Scotia mine on the
south from which large quantifies
of ore have been shipped in years I
gonq by and even now are being
piled up for shipment In the near tu
tuve while from one pocket on the
evtrerirc eastern claim the Sliver
Star of its own holdings near 15
000 in ore was shipped some 15 years
ago
BRITISH COLOMBIA MINES
Spokane Wash April 1 Second
Relief Gold Mining company repre
sented by A B Cooper of Nelson
B C has bonded the second Relict
1 mine at Erie B C to a syndicate ot
Wisconsin capitalists headed by R
WAllen and represented by A D
Wcstby of Minneapolis the price be
ing 110000 The first named con
cent will now confine Its operations to
working the Aurora mine a leadsil
vet property at Moyie B C while the
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No Brand Clothes Here
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ill if clusive and
are found no
1 9 where else BRAND
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I Z11 J common and are advertised
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i ΒΌ 1 and city In the country I
4 1 ij By placing our tailoring
I It i ij
orders according to the abil
LI MJwLJj ity of the
tailor In the par
0 q2f ticular work assigned him
1ifr iir wo get an individuality ex
q J cellence and variety abso
II lutely impossible with the
J maker of any particular
Brand >
In our Suit Section new
models
i 1250 to 30000
others 750 and 1000
The Palace Good
Clothes Store
280 25th St
and the New Store 210 25th St
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dflveloplng the bonded mine The
property waa located In J807 and has
been a regular shipper to the Trail
smelter John A Finch and A B
Campbell of Spokane worked the
property several years selling it to
the present owners In 1305 The
shipments td date this year are 167U
tons of milled ore of which 145 tons
Is credited to the week ended
March 27
Properties tributary to Nelson are
much In the publlc eye at present
and there are many Indications that
the entire Boundary country will be
active this year Spokane and east
ern capital Is being Interested In the
Sheep Creok district where several
properties have been taken under
bond since the bnginnlng of the year
Recent arrivals from the district ray
It has all the earmarks of a great
gold camp <
F E Collins who Was Interested In
the Summitgroup which was bonded
for 140000 recently Is In Spgkaue
and reports that tho latest strike on
the Summit group was muncie on a
cross vein at a depth of 150 feet This
was In the threetoot vein 350 feet
from tho portal of the tunnel There
was a sixInch streak which accord
ing to an assay made forK J Kay
anaugh who was interested In the
bonding property runs 5190270 to the
ton almost entirely In gold The
sacked ore taken from this vein runs
38160 to tho ton The main vein
Is from six to twelve feet wide and
runs from 312 tp 30
Mr Collins said that the Queen
which Is the oldest mine on Sheep
Creek Is also the best equipped There
Is a 20stamp mill at this mine and
a 10drill air compressor The mine
has been opened up at a depth of 700
feot A now ore shoot has been en
countered and the body Is now six
feet wide and assays more than 40
tho ton I
The Kootenay Bell and Mother
Lode which were lately bonded to a I
Cobalt mining man are now under
active development Lower tunnels I
are bolng driven on both the prop
erties On the Koltenay Bell 10 new
stamps have been Installed The
Mother Lode has shipped 20 cars
averaging 11G the ton
The Nugget Mine from which a
gold brick worth 7000 the result
of a threeweeks run of four stamp
mills was taken to Nolson last week
has also been making shipments to
the smelter of about lOO tons a month
This shipping ore runs 120 to the
tonThe
The Goldfn Bell which adjoins the
Mother Lode has been bonded to 1 L I
Warner who has made a fortune in
tho district It has not been exteusl
ely developed but has a big surface
showing
Twelve men are now engaged in
driving a tunnel to tap at a geM
dopth the vein of the Columbia group
across the gulch from the Queen
bonded to eastern capitalists
Negotiations arc under war for the
bonding of the Golden Faun a free
milling proposition as are all the oth
ers In the camp The deal will in
olvo 100000 The claims adjoin the
Nuggot mine
On the Bayonne slope lh j same
bell an area of 10 by 10 miles IK the
TCcho group of six claims which has
been bonded to N J Kavanaugh a
Nelson broker who represents east
ern interests
C E Bennett who has just re
turned from Ton pah where he visit
oil various properties and also went
out to the Bioken Hills mines says
there Is a great improvement ot the
ore with depth and tho great depth
attainable In ho heep Creek tamp
The reversal of the decision by the
U C Confer company to close Its
binelter at Greenwood and Us mines
nearby has restored confidence and
the outlook Is bright The total ship
ments from all camps In the Nelson
district for the week ended March 27
was 40115 tons maKlng the total tor
th year to date 153477 tons The
Boundary shipments amounted to n
298 tons of which Granby had 203SL
Mother Lode had 8166 and Snowshoe
2800 tons
PINGREE KELLER
MEATS AND GROCERIES
Cheap seeds Now Is your time to
get them Stratagem peas S cts per
lb Alaska peas 8 cts Wo trade you
seeds for farm products Bring in
your eggs butter potatoes wheat
chickens etc
JOB PINGREE Mgr
2C1C Washington avenue
ONE OF CHICAGOS
EARLY SETTLERS DEAD
Chicago April 2John ilc wen
one of Chicagos early settlers Is
dead He was for years engaged in
the building Industry and one of his
contracts was for the erection of the
Wigwam In which Lincoln was nom
inated
CONFERENCE AND THEATER
TRAINS
Via Salt Lake and Ogden Ry
Special trains lo Salt Lake 51 R T
Late trains returning Ask our agent
Phones 2000
PRIESTS NARROWLY
ESCAPE SUFFOCATION
Chicago April 2 Twenty priests
members of the Order of St Mary
bad a narrow escape from suffocation
last night when fire broke out In tho
dormitory where they were sleeping
All escaped without Injury
Dyspepsia Is our national ailment
Burdock Blood Blttors Is the national
cure for It It strengthens stomach
membranes promotes flow of diges
tive juices purifies the blood builds
you up
VOMEN ORGANIZE TO
ABOLISH GAMBLING
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Bayonne N Jt April 2In an ef
fort to keep their husbands from
playing poker and other games ot
chance wives In a section of this
city have organized the Bayonne
Womens AntiGambling society
They conducted their first raid yes
terday and succeeded obtaining ev
idence to cause the arrest of a saloon
keeper who was held in 500 ball to
await tho action of the grand jury
YOUNG BOY SHOOTS
SHOOTSHIMSELF
HIMSELF DEAD
New York April 2Waltor FH
shorn a slxteenjearold boy shot him
self dead on the roof of his homo In
Brooklyn last night His boIy hud
dIed near a chimney was found by his
father Tho boy left no explanatory
note and his parents are at a loss to
know why he killed himself Ho was
In good health and had no troubles
I SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
BANKS AFFAIRS IN COURT
Restraining Order U Apked Directed
Against Fitzgeraldo
Salt Lake April 1 Another phaso
I of the Jordon State bank trouble was
presented today when Henry T Me
Ewan vice presldont of the bank and
assistant cashier of the State Bank of
Utah filed a complaint In the Third
district court aaklngJfor a restraining
order preventing J w W Fitzgerald
and W D Fitzgerald from interfering
with the business of the hank
This action Is the result of the ap
pointment on March 30 of a new cash
ier In the person of D John Bloom
On that date the former cashier W D
Fitzgerald was deposed He refused
to vacate the office however and the
complaint filed today alleges that ho
entered the bank icsterdaj and re
fused to allow Cashier Bloom to per
form his duties
I The complaint which will come tip
In the court Thursday afternoon
sought tu have the former cashier pre
vented from entering the bank prom
ises
As the result of the action of the
cashier and the trouble at the bank
a small run was started on the bank
It did not amount to much it Is said
as mont of the people relalzcd that the
banks condition is 7 sound and that
there Is not the slightest chance of
the depositors losing anything because
of the trouble among the officials of
the bank
IN THE FEDERAL COURT
Salt Lake April lIn the case of
the United Statos VK fiftyfour cases
of blueberries which came up in the
federal court this morning a bond of
100 was given by sureties Thomas
Sloan and W J Hallovan for W S
Henderson t Co that the cans which
are short weight would be relabeled
and sold In accordance with the act of
congress passed June 30 190G
Gideon A Glbbos was arralgndd this
morning on the charge of having em
bezzled government funds In connec
tion with naturalization papers which
he issued while acting as a deputy
clerk In the Third district court He
pleaded not guilty and the case was
set for hearing on the day tho courts
set for hearing on the day the court
meet for the April term on the 12th
InstTho
The injunction granted to Charles
Klein and Henry B Harris against the
Denver Theater company was today
made perpetual by Judge Marshall
SHOCKINGACCIDENT
Little Warren Clement Caught in
Machinery and Inotantly Killed
Fairview April 1A deplorable ac
cident happened here Tuesday result
ing In the death of sevenyearold
Warren Clement sonof Mr and Mrs
Jesse Clement Tholad was with his
father at the hitters planning mill
near the mouth of Cottonwool can
yon In some way he came in con
tact with the drains shaft which is
about two feet fiom the floor Ills
clnthE were caught and the little fol
low was wound In J a hall around the
rapidly resoling rod breaking nearly I
every bono in thebody He was In
stantly killed The family are dis
tracted while a deep gloom hangs I
over the communltv What makes tho
situation more sad is that less than
two weeks ngo the jparents buried one
of tbclr twin babies The funeral of
little Warren was held Thursday at
the L D S meeting house
SALT LAKE WOMAN
TO GET NICE SUM
Mrs Alice Davidson Has 10000 on
Deposit In Bank of England
Salt Lake April Deposited in the
Bank of England there is 10000 to
which Mr Alice Davidson a widow
residing at 574 West Fourth South
street has fallen heir It represents
a portion of a large English estate
and It was through the columns of The
Salt Lake Tribune that Mrs Davidson
first learned of her good fortune
During July of last year there ap
peared In The Tribune an advertise
ment inserted by the law firm of Ruth
Slaccy it Castle of London England
to locate the hcirsof Elizabeth Chris
tina Rose thc mother of Mrs David
son This advertisement also con
voyed the information that one or
Mrs Roses daughters namely Alice
came to America and married a
man named William Scoble at Park
City It said that she was afterward
married to a man named Davidson or
Davison In Salt Lake City I
Mrs Davidson knew that she was
tho one to whom the advertisement re
ferred and about this time she re
ceived a communication from the A
Do Bornardy law firm ot England that
she was tho heir to a portion ot a
large English estate She answered
the letter immediately and a day or
two later a man named Comp Thom
as of San Francisco went to seo her
representing himself as a representa
tive of the law firm with which sue
had been communicating Through
Mr Thomas Mrs Davidson signed
certain papers delegating the law ttrm
as her representative In consideration
of which she consented to pay a lee
of onefourth ot what she might re
ceive
RIO GRANDE EMPLOYE
IS KILLED AT BINGHAM
C W Keyoor Building and Bridging
Department Meet Death
Bingham April IC W Koyscr
aged 57 years superintendent of the
Denver Rio Grando building and
BIt Pll s
WB EAT FL1za EL i
FOOD
By recent scientific exper
ments Dr Price the famout
food expert has recently pro
duced a Wheat Flake Celery
Food which is highly nutritious I
eas1 of digestion and a most
delicious every day food for ail I
glasses Q I
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f f ealo jajy 0Q J
bridging dopartmentat this place
1 met a tragic death to day while riding
on the rear footboard of an engine
The engine was backing down the
yard with Mr Koyfior riding on It
when It struck a pair of brake shoes
This broke tie footboard and caused
Mr Koyser to fall off and before the
engine could be stopped It had pass
ud over his body terribly mntllatlng
It Death was Instantaneous Tho
engine wag In charge of Engineer J
Bywater Fireman William Butler and
W W WattorB In chargo of the crew
Mr Koysor Is survived by a widow
and one daughter both of whom re
side at Fort Worth Texas His re
mains will bo taken to Ithaca New
York whore he was born and where
his people reside He was a member
< if the Woodmen of the World tho
Eastern Star lodge and a Mason
His death is deeply grieved In this
city as fie was well known here >
CONFERENCE EXCURSION TO
Silt l ixe via D IL G R U Trains
leave Opden at 7 a m 3 1C a m i a
m 100 p m 200 p mand C15 p
m Returning leave Salt Lake at
1025 a m 100 p m 330 p m 515
p m C0fi p m and 1130 p m Tho
Special Conference Fler leave Ogden
S15 nm returning leave Salt Lal c
at 515 p in
Street c ars meet all trains carrying
passengers to Temple Square without
transfer In five minutes Fare 110
round trip TlckeLs on sale April 2nd
to Gth inclusive good returning until
April 12
Dont forget to ask at Union Depot
for tickets via Rio Grande
REA DY FOR THE 10000
MARATHON DERBY
New York April Everything Is
In readiness for the 10UOO Marathon
derby at the Polo grounds tomorrow
afternoOn The fivelap track Is in
excellent condition which means that
unless there Is a particularly heavy
rain it will be shipshape for the 215
mile run
Each of the six runners Longboat
the Indian Dorando tho Italian
Shrubb the Englishman Hayes tho
little New Yorlcer who won the Eng
lish Marathon St Yves the New
French arrival and Maloney the
Brooklyn boy arc In the pink ot con
dition and ready for the battle Each
man will have a training tent by the
trackaide sixty yards apart Over
each ylil fly the flag of the runners I
native country As the polo grounds
is used primarily as a baseball Held
a description of how the scene will
look tomorrow may be beat given M
follows
Hayes will have his camp at the
homo plate with an American flag
fluttering the breeze while Long
boat wlll take his stimulants and be
rubbed down In a tent at first base
over which will fly a combination ot
the British and Canadian flags Jn
right field the Frenchman will have
his quarters Shrubb will be looked
after In center Hold HI emblem of
course will be the English nag alone
Dorando will bo In loft Held with an
Italian flag above his quarters Ba
loney with the Irish flag over Ills
tent will also be In loft Held Tho
gates of the Polo grounds whe
thrown open lo the spectators
SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY EX
aminer Now Is the time to subscribe I
Frank Cutler will be In Ogden for sev
eral days Send your name and ad I
dress to Frank Cutler Box 341 City
He will call and give you receipt
CLEMENT HE WILLIS
Santa Cruz March 2fl 1900
Dear SirI have written you a
letter asking jou If you can locate
Clempnt H E Willie 1 have written
him a letter Will you forward It to
him Sf he Is not In Ogden His moth
er Is very sick and we wish to llnd
him Uo may he working on tho
train pr driving team
Respectfully L KENNEDY
61 Park St Santa Cruz Cal
LEGAL
NOTICE = QF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the City
Council ot Ogdon City Utah of the
Intention of such council to make the
following Improvements towit
To create all of 21th Street from
Grant Avenue to Wall Avenue all ot
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Continued
Wall Avenue from 23rd to 24th Streets
and all of Lincoln Avenue from 24th
to 25th Streets as a paving district
and to grade pave and curb and gut II
tOt therein In the manner following
towit
On 24th Street from Grant Avo to
Wall Avenue and on Lincoln Avenue
from 24th Street to 25th Street pavo
with 2 12 Inches of asphaltum on a B
inch concrete base and on Wall Are
nuo from 23rd to 21th Streets build
a concrete curb and gutter with curb
C inches thick and fifteen inches depp I
and gutter C Inches thick and 18
incites wldeand pavo with 2 12 Inches
roC asphaltum on a 6Inch concrete
I base and to defray tho costs and ex
penses of the same estimated at
FortyTwo Thousand 4200000 Dol
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lars by a local assessment for a
depth of 50 feet upon the lots blocks
parts of lots and blocks land and real j
I
I estate within said district abutting
nnd bounding upon tho outer boundary I
lines of said streets
The boundaries of the district to be I
benefited orqffectod are lines drawn I
HO feet outward from and parallel to j
the outer boundary lines of said I
streets for the whole length thereot I
from Grant to Wall Avenues on 24th I
Street and 24th to 25th Streets on
Lincoln Avenue and from 23rd to 24th
I
Streets on Wail Avenue
For the payment of thecoats and
expenses of making said Improve
ments the City Council Intends to
levy special and local taxes upon the
lots blocks parts of lots And blocks
lands and reul estate lying anti being
within the boundaries of said district
to the extent of the bouollts to gald
property by reason of said Improve
ments
The City Council will on Monday
the 26th day of April 1907 at S o
clock p m in the City Council Cham
ber City Hall Ogden Utah hear ob
jections in writing from any and all
persons Interested In said local and
special assessment v I
Ordered by the City Council March
211 1909 v E P BROWN
I City Kecordoi
By Time Hancock Deputy
First publication April 2 1909
Last publication April 24 1UOU
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NOTICE
Is hereby given that the Annual meet
Ing of the Stockholders of tho Amal
gamated Sugar Company will be held
at the oQlce of the Company Room No
301 First National Bank Building Og
den City Utah on Wednesday the
I 14th day of April 1909 at 1200 oclock
I noon for the purpose of electing a
Board of Directors for tho ensuing
year and for tho transaction ot such
I other busIness as will properly como
before said meeting
HENRY H ROLAPP Secretary
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NOTICE
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In hereby given that the Annualmeet
Ing of the Stockholders of the Lewis
I ton Sugar Company will be held at
tho office of tho Company Room No
301 First National JBankj Buljcting
Ogden City Utah on Wednesday the
14th day of April 1900 at 100 oclock
P M for the purpose of electing a
Board of Directors for the ensuing
year and for the transaction of such
otho business aa will properly come
before said meeting
HENRY H ROLAPP Secretary
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ogden Utah March 30 1909
Sealed proposals for building a dis
tributing reservoir for the Water
Works Department under plans and
specifications prepared by the City
Engineer and approved by the Special
Water Committee will be received at
the ofllco of the City Engineer In the
City Hnll at Ogden City aforesaid un
til 2 oclock p m on Monday the
19th day of April 1909 at which limO
all bids received will be publicly open
ed and read aloud
Plans and specifications can be bad
upon application to the City Engi
neer
neorThe
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any detects
By order of the City Council
A F PARKER City Engineer
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For the little fellows
as well as
the big our Spring stock is i
now in full bloom j
It would be liko painting the
lily to attempt to describe those
gorgeous trappings for boys
Blouses in stamped velvet
sailors in embroidered silk
whito suits in fine linens
everything from the finest to
the plainest from 12 to 75p
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KUHNS
Modern Clothes jJ
STROP I
TELL EVERYBODY
WASHINGTON AVE AT 2365
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FOR SPRING I S
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20 PER CENT REDUCTION
Monuments and Hocdctonci
MITCHELL BROS
dont pay commloolona tn aganli
but Bee ut Yard opposite City
Cemetery
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COLORADO GROWN TREES
Because your order gala our person
al attention whether evergreen or
forest ornamental or fruit treo wheth fl
er small fruit shrub or roee bush wo
guarantee It to bo grown In Colorado
healthful wellrooted true to name
Wo give premiums to clubmakors We
pay freight on 10 orders Agents
wanted Send for free catalog today
toTHE
THE SCHROEDERSON NURSERY
COMPANY
Box 500 Lafayette GOO
ma
BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
322 26th St
Meals garao price ao Broom Res
taurant Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
LEE FOON TOM Managers
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WANT ADS BRING BIG RESUL j
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Lace Curtain
Saleo
Tioasnds ol Pairs to be
p closed out at great reduction
S Colleotion comprises a wide variety of Swissmade I
Irish Point and Brussels Lace Curtains in patterns spe
I si I cially designed for 1909
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TIONS THAT IN ITSELF IS A SAVING OF 200
TO 300 ON EACH GARMENT
J SAVINGS NEARLY ONETHIRD ON THE SEASONS
BEST NEW SPRING JACKETS
L i I NEW DRESS GOODS 125 TO 200 THE YAW 9 <
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