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1 22 I u THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1909
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Food Fads may come and go but
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SHREDDED
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Ii WHEAT I
goes on forever It contains more real
1 nutriment than meat or eggs and is more I
easily digested Try it for T breakfast j
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Is steadily increasing Those
j who have installed gas ranges
arc profuse in their praises Og
dcn will soon become a gas
cooking city the people have
I never been given Ihe opportun
I ity to cook with gas until this
summer and we are pleased
with the results so far obtained
with the general introduction
I of the gas range and water
1 heater which are meeting with
11 general satisfaction We are
i running free gas service and
the the cost of connecting Uio I
stoves and heaters is small
i Please remember that we ex
h change the old incandescent
I t lamps purchased from us for
I I niw ones costing you lOc We
I also loan you an electric flat
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I iron for 10 days trial costing
I ± 00 if purchased
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ciiual ours for high class work All
i our customers speak In the highest
t 1 manner of the uniform excellence ot
t our work bith In our Laundry and
I Dry Cleaning Department A single
I trial Is all that Is necessary to con
vince you
I I OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
t Expert Laundercrs and French Dry
Cleaners 437 25th St Phones 174
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GONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
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I 408 25th St Both Phones 321
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ATLAS BUFFET
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322 25th SL
Meals game price as Broom Roe
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Dinner from 4 to 8 p at
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Now and complete machinery
Means
the best work at the most
reasonable
Prices
We clean everything and dye
anything
We go after the goods
Wo return them
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Bell 987K IND 344
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In point of goods and
service and for reasonable
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store
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results must be right Buy i
medicines here and you
get all the advantages of
I care in selecting the drugs
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tion no matter how sim
I pie or complexthat all
our customers have de
pended on for so many
years They find us
rightso will you
Will DRIVER SON
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2453 Washington Ave
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DO YOU KNOW
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The Superior Electric Platlron
I Beat on Earth Is sold by Snively
I Hendry We also carry an up
todato line of fans Call and soo
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Snively Hendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
Finest quality or work at
Mitchell Bros
I We can cave you money on
MONUMENTS
or Headstones
Do not bo misled by lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big com
missions to agents but see us
and BUVO money Yards 2003
Jefferson No reasonable offer
refused
Fox the Foxy Hatter
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is now with us
Got your old hat made new
Panamas a specialty
We also do French Dry
Cleaning and Dyeing
THE HUB CLEANING
DYEING WORKS
Main Office 2279 Wash Ave
Ind Phono 3795A
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Ogden Turf Exchange
I Pools Sold on Salt Lake I I
Races II
OVER VIENNA CAFE
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DICK IIYLAND AND
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Hyland Who Is Well Known in
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the Coast
San Francisco Aug 20When Sid
Hester signed up his double card for
his August date he made the wisest
move of his career as a fight promo
ter Tho HylandFrayno bout Is
strong In Itself In fact as strong as
any card offered by the city promoters
this year but with a 20round argu
ment for the bantamweight champion
ship of the world as an added attrac
tion the card stands out as ono of tho
host offered the light fans of this city
for many months
While the principal Interest centers
In the meeting of the lightweights Ily
land and Frayne tho little fellows
will share with them the honors of
the night as Cove by his willingness
to fight for nothing more than his
training expenses has awakened more
than the ordinary share of Interest
that Is the lot of a man making his
first local appearance The winner of I
each of the contests will hac a path
of roses as far as securing matches Is
concerned Not so much can be pic
tured for the losers The knowledge
of the good future for a win Is fore
most in the minds of all the chaps and
they are all training for redhot mills
at tho Coliseum Friday night
Frayne Working Hard
Johnny Frayne tho very promising
local lad who will either make or
completely unmake himself when he
takes on Fighting Dick H lund to
night has trained more conscientious
ly than he ever did in his whole ca
reer A victory over Hylnnd means
much to him He is promised a chance
igainst tho Battler If he wins To
get In the ring with the rushing Dano
Is tho ono hope of the clover Johnny
Heinle Rafael who pilots tho flstlc
fortunes of Frayne Is sweet on a I
mooting with Nelson No amount of i
argument can convince Rafael that
Nelson Is not fit to be plucked just
as Young Corbett was and he wants
Frayno to be the man In the garden
when the plucking In done Should
Frayne win over Hland Rafael will
not consider any offer until h9 gets
the final refusal of the champion
So certain Is Frayne of his ability
10 win from Nelson that ho would he
easily tempted Into taking on Oscar
Matthew for the solo purpose ot get
ting tho chance at tho title giving
Nelson all the money This being the
case It should not bo difficult to ar
range the match Thp man who con
ditioned Loach Cross for his fight with
Hyland and who studied Dicks every
move In the ring Johnny Lottus Is
authority for the statement that
Frayne will win Loftus Is training
Frayne and while he advlaod his
friends not to wager their money on
Cross as he feared the distance is
telling them to go down hook line
and sinker on Fray nos chances
This coming from so conservative a
fellow as Loftus must bear some
weight
Hyland Likes Oakland
A few small bets made make At
tell a favorite over Cove at 10 to 7
while Hyland rules over Frayne at
1 to 9 with the possibility of the
odds lengthening with the same meu
favorites Attell and Hyland have
brought home the money very regular
ly and are naturally tho favorites of
the men who risk their money on the
outcome of a mix with the gloves
Cove will be backud to somo extont
on account of his sincerity of purpose
while the many offers to back Frayne
against Corbett speak well far tho ics
gard his lends have for bin and his
ability
HUGH JENNINGS TELLS
ABOUT TWO PLAYS
Detroit Manager Describes Unusual
Features During His Career
Cleveland Ohio Aug 20Whon
Hughes Jennings was last In Cleve
land he was asked who was In his
opinion tho best shortstop that over
lived The Tiger leader replied with
out hesitation
Herman Long
Now Herman Long might with equal
truthfulness reply to the same ques
tion Hughey Jennings for Hugh
ey had no superior in hiu days as an
Oriole
Hughey Ins also asked about a
famous play ho made In Chicago one
day about 12 years ago when ac
cording to tho historians he caught
a ball and threw It to tho plate for a
double play while ho was still up In
time air whether he had leaped to in
tercept the drive
It wasnt quite like that SuM
Hughey I ran Into the crowd sit
ting on the grass back of third for
the foul Tho fans started to give
way and then began yelling Dont
let him In hero So I leaped right
on top of them and happened to got
tho ball AH tho mass of men under
me swayed back to toss me hack Into
the Held I took a chance and hurled
tho ball homo while I was literally
hold up about six feet In the nr
The throw happened to boat the
runner from third to the plate
I What play at short do jou host
remember
One In the final game between Bos
ton and Baltimore at Baltimore In I
JS97 There was a man on flint when
Herman Long camo to bat for Boston I
He hit an awful liner down njy way
I ran over for It and put down my i
hands The ball struck the onda of
my lingers and rolled up my arm and
against my shoulder I was on the
dead run and had Just about reached
second then Reitz had come over to
take tho throw Instead ho reached
around picked the ball off my shoul
der and completed the double play
The crowd had a frenzy over tho play
hut 1 didnt moan it that way at all
SUBMARINE BOATS RACE
IN NARRAGANSETT BAY
Newport RI August WH WIH
Iparrvd today that the first race of a
submarine boat undor the nurfaoo of
tho water was held In NairagansoU
Bay a few days ago The navy de
partment is guarding tho dotnllo it
lc learned however thot the hoatB
made n speed of botweon night amid j
I nine knots and that each showed
strqngth and powers of endurance
j The courses wore plotted with care
so that the boats would bo sure to
k eel apart und the race was for two
I miles As fast as the boats crossed
j the finish line they made It known
i by coming to the surface They were
lost to view for the entire course
The Cuttlefish won the Viper was
second and the Tarantula thud The
Octopus which is In a larger class
did not race
JOCKEY SULLIVAN
BREAKS ARM AT RENO
Reno NevAug 19 Herman
Doyle In the mile soling at the close
I of todays races foil throwing Jockey
Silllvan breaking his arm and dislo
I cating his shoulder Sullivan broke
his log at the Salt Lake meeting
I last May Results
First race four furlongs soling
I Wicket 109 Cotton 8 to 5 won
DaretloH 101 Thomas 5 to 1 sec
ond Fred Stone 112 Howard 1 to
2 third Time IO 35 First Crow
and Pearl E also ran
Second race four furlongs soiling
Governor Ormon 111 Peak I to
1 won Charles Green 111 TouletJ
I G to 1 second Royal Stono 101 How
ard 2 to 1 third Time 18 K
Lucky Mate Happy Chappy also ran
Third race six furlongs selling
Wistaria 107 Thomas 2 to 1 won
Nappa 107 Elsonzaph 1 to 5 sec
ond Dcnccn 109 Cotton 1 to I
third Time 1 H35 Mabel Hollander
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lander nnd Glaucus also ran
Fourth race six furlongs selling
Billy Mycr 101 Williams 2 to C
won Roso Dah 10 Christie 3 to
1 second Sam Barber 109 Otis t
to 1 third Time 115 35 Saln
rlda and Cocytus also ran
FILCh race mile selling Prince
Castile 112 Toullett 1 to 2 won
Black Gem Christie T to 1 second
Buckthorn 102 Thomas t > to fir third
Time 113 35 Herman Doyle also
ran
RESULTS AT SARATOGA
Saratoga N Y Aug 19 Bcaucoup
heavily played at 9 to 5 easily won
tho Catsklll selling stakes 7 furlongs
hero today He trailed In behind too
leaders to the turn Into the stretch
where he took command and won by
a couple of lengths Results
First race seven furlongs Far
West 9 to 2 won4 Firestone 8 to 5
second Royal Onyx D to C third
Time 130 15 i
Second race steeplechase two miles
Expansionist V to 2won 0 K 7
to 1 second Bigot 15 to I third
Time 431
Third race seven furlongs Beau I
coup 9 to 5 won Great Heavens 5
to 1 second JHolzberg 15 to 1
third Time I30
Fourth race nmikCrystnl Maid
11 to 20 won Personal 4 to 1 sec
ond Zlenap 7 lf 2 third Time
Ilo 35 7
Fifth race oncknile Spellbound I
to 1 won Donam MacDonald 4 to
5 second Michel Beck 25 to 1 third
Time 145
Sixth rare seven furlongs German
Silver 3 to 1 won Marlgol G to 1
second Ten Paces 8 to 5 third
Time 130 35
GREAT PACERS VlEET
IN THRILLING CONTEST
Buffalo N Y Aug IThe clos
ing day at the Grand Circuit races
at the Port Brie track brought to
gether the Canadian pacer The Eel
and Alleen Wilson The two met In
the 202 pace and were the only
starters Tho Eel won In straight
heatg the best time being made In the
deciding heat when the mile was
made in 204 Results
202 pace two In three purse 1200
The Eel won two heats Time 204
12 204 Alleen Wilson also start
ed
207 trot two In three purse 1200 I
Uplan won two straight heats
Time 208 34 207 14 Lady Jones
Sterling McICIunoy Nalmin Judge
Lee and San Francisco also started
220 puce foui heats purse 1OUU I
Kavcllo won third and fourth heats I
Time 217 214 14 Anna Belle won
first and second heats 214 14 211
11 Nellie Parker Anda H and Sid
ney R also started
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MAY SELECT BERNHARD I
Cleveland Ohio Aug 19 Consider
able credence Is given here to reports
that William Bernhard formerly with
the Cleveland American league team
wll succeed Napoleon LaJoIc as man
ager of the Cleveland team Most
prominently mentioned In connection
with the management are Bernhard
Wlllam Murray of the Philadelphia
nationals and Fielder Jones formerly
manager of the Chicago Americans
REFUSES ToM NAGE CLUB
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Portland OreAtmg 10Whon
shown the dispatch from Cleveland
saying that his name was prominent
ly mentioned In connection with the
management of that cub Fielder A
Coffee
Quality clean perfect
Your grocer will grind It
potter if ground at homenot TI
too flno
oj
Jones now In this city former man
I ager of the Chicago American league
club said There Is nothing to it
I have received no offer from Cleve
land It Is true that I am in tho
market to buy a controlling Interest
In a major league club but I will
never go back Into the baseball busi
ness as the manager of any ctubb
WINNERS FOLKSTONE
Folkfllonc Eng Aug 19The Salt
wood two cllold plate of 100 sov
ereigns five furlongs today was won
by J R Keencs Coronal
I The Cinque ports welter handicap
of 100 sovereigns for three yearolds
j and up five furlongs was won by
Mauve Patch J R Keencs Moll
Bando was second and Sclandhu third
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I WIN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
> Newport R ixTig 19 Hackctt
and Alexander won tho national
doubles lawn tennis championship to
day for the third time dofeattlng
Janes and McLoughlln straight
sets 61 Cl G0
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Toledo 7 Kansas City 5
At Kansas City Kansas Clt 5 To
I ledo 7
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York Takes Both Games
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New York Aug 19New York de
feated Boston twice today and not
I only broke time visitors winning streak
but sent them back to third place In
the American league race Scores
Fins game R H E
Boston C 10 1
New York 7 9 1
Arellanes Knrgcr Cicottc and Car
rlgan j Warhop and Sweeney
Second ganie R H E
Boston 1 7 2
New York 2 S 3
Hall and Carrlgan Biockett and
Sweeney Ten Innings
Detroit 1 Chicago 0
Detroit Aug 19 Detroit won from
Chicago In a well played game 1 to
O Score R H E
Detroit 1 5 0
Chicago 0 3 1
Donovan and Schmidt Smith and
Sullivan
Philadelphia 2j Cleveland 1
Cleveland Aug 10 Philadelphia
defeated Covoland today In n pitchers
battle betwcen Morgan and Rhoades
2 to 1 Score R H E
Cleveland 1 S 1
Philadelphia 2 S 0
Rlicadcs and Easterly Morgan and
Livingston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 6 Philadelphia 4
Philadelphia Aug INcw York
broke even III a doubleheader hero
today Scores
First game R H E
Philadelphia t 10 1
New York G 17 ii
Moron Sparks Corrldon and Doom
Ames Crandall and Schlel
Second game It II E
Philadelphia 1 7 0
New York 5 2
Moore and Doom Mathcwson and
Meyers
Plttsburg 8 St Louis 3
Pittsburg Aug 19 Plttsburg made
It four straight from St Louis by win
ning today S to 3 Score
R HE
Plttsburg S 13 C
St Louis 3 G 02
Willis and Gibson Melter Lush and
Phelps
Boston 5 1 Brooklyn 1 0
Boston Aug iiLBoton defeated
Brooklyn twice today taking the first
game 5 to 1 and scoring a shutout In
the second 1 to 0 Scores
First game R H E
Brooklyn 1 G 2
Boston > i G 10 1
Bell and Bergen Matern and Gra
ham
Second gamo R H E
Brooklyn 0 G 2
Boston 1 G 0
Wilhelm and Marshal Richie and
Shaw
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Los Angolos 4 Oakland 2
Los Angeles Aug 19Los Angeles
won 4 to 2 Nagle allowed the visit
ors only six hits Score R H ID
Los Angeles 4 9 a
Oakland 2 fi 2
Naglo and Orondorff Bolco and
Lewis I
Portland 4 San Francisco 1
San Francisco Mug 19 Portland
won Its third successive victory from
San Francisco today J to 1 Cm son al
lowed the locals but three hits while
Browning was hammered for eight
ono of thorn a home run drive which
gao Portland the long end of the
score Score R H E
Portland 4 S 3
San Francisco 1 3 1
Carson and Murray Browning and
Porn
Vernon 2 Sacramento 1
Sacramento Aug 19 Sacramento
I lost today score 2 to 1 because Vcr
non batters selected their four lilts
I timely The fielding woe of the visit
ors had much to do with the victory
Score R H Fl
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rnon 2 1 0
Sacramento 1 7 0
Vanco and Hognn Brown and CJra
ham t
WESTERN LEAGUE
Tocoma 9 Spokane 2
Tacoma Aug IfIScolO
R U E
Tacoma D 11 2
Spokane 2 C u
Nowlln and Dashwoor Wilcht and
Spencer
Portland 2 kAbordoon I
Portland Aug If ScoreR
R H E
Abeideen 1 7 2
HIALS H
S S s
It SORES AND ULCERS
S S S heab Sores and Ulcers in tho very simplest way It Just goes
right down Into tho blood and removes tho cause and tho place IB bound
to hoal because tho impurities and morbid matters which huvo boon tho
moans of keeping tho ulcer open aro no longer absorbed from the blood
External applications of salvo lotions plasters ote can never produce a
euro because they do not roach tho souroo of tho trouble At bost they
can only allay pain or reduce inflammation such treatment working on
symptoms and not roaching tho cause Every nutritive corpuscle in the
blood is weakened or infected they cannot nourish the fibrous tissue around
I the place but Instead they constantly discharge into tho flesh around tho
I sore a quantity of impure germladen matter which gradually cats into the
surrounding healthy tissue and causes tho ulcer to enlarge SInco impure
blood is responsible for Sores and Ulcers a medicine that can purity the
blood Is tho only hopo of a euro S S S has long boon recognized as the
greatest of all blood purifiers possessing tho qualities necessary to remove
every Impurity from tho blood Whilo curing the soro or ulcer SSS 1
brings about a healthy condition of tho flosh by supplying it with rich
hoalthy blood and thus makes the euro permanent nnd lasting Book ont
Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
H THE fRED KIESEL CO
THE PIONEER EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE GKOCSRY
HOUSE IN THE STATE
OGDEN UTAH
Sole Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co niilwaukee Wbu I
Dlstributors and General Agents for
L DAN HA
Monarch of Tabla and Medicinal Waters Is a purely natural
mineral waterthe ONLY in the United Statesbottled at tho
Natural Mineral Water Springs
SODA SPRINGS IDAHO
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ThE ELEPHANT BAR
Elegantly equipped service second to
44 none with a stock that is equal to the
1 best
I p i J 0 F Smith Co Props I
S 308 Twentyfifth St Ogden Utah
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Portland 2 7 3
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Most Slover nnd OBrien Klnsella
and Armbruster Twelve innings
Seattle 6 Vancouver 1
Seattle Aug 1Score
R H E
Seattle C 9 0
Vancouver 1 C 1
Bugle and Shea ErIckson and Sug
den
Game Potponed
Pueblo Aug 19PuebloDes MoInes
game postponed rain
Omaha 6 Denver 2
Denver Aug J9Score
R H B
Denver 2 12 5
Omaha G 10 2
Adams and Haley Sanders anil
Cadriuin TT
HENEY IS IN RACE
FOR ATTORNEYSHIP
Receives Endorsement of Demo
crats and Will Oppose Repub
lican Candidate
San Francisco Aug 19 Complete
returns of the primary election held
In this city on Tuesday do not change
the results previously announced The
candidates for mayor will be William
Crocker Republican T R W Leland
Democrat P H McCarthy Union La
bor and William McDevltt Socialist
The contest In which the most in
terest was taken was that for district
attorney The only aspirants for this
office whose names were printed on
the tickets wore Charles M FIckort
Republican who was endorsed by the
Union Labor committee the Demo
crats leaving the voters to their own
choice and N C Coghlan Independent
Republican who withdrew after the
ballots wore distributed
Many members of all parties how
ever wrote In the name of Francis J i
Honey with the result that though
FlckcVt received the Republican and
Union Labor nominations the famous
graft prosecutor obtained a mapority
of 124 Democratic votes and was thus
made the nominee of that party
Hcnoy also received a majority of the
few votes cast by the Independent
league
The vote of the three leading par
ties for district attorney was as fol
lows
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Fiokert Republican llGSS Demo
l cratic 2250 Union Labor 31GS
Heney Republican 4364 Democratic
2384 Union Labor G4S Coghlan Re
publican 3271
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LINOTYPE OPERATOR KILLED 1
Missoula Mont Aug IDW S
Moore a linotype operator of St Jo
seph Mo who came here recently
from Spokane was found dead beside
I the Northern Pacific tracks two miles
west of McQuerry today The boJy
lay with the head resting against
the rails and the entire upper por
tion of the head was crushed Ap
parently tho young man had attempt
ed to ride a train out of Missoula late
last night and fell upon the rails
esI i ra I t1ff
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Harold J Peery VicePros
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V Mcintosh Ast CashIer
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NATIONAL HOME FOR PRESSMEN
Nnoxville Penn Aug l1The In
ternational Pressmens union yostor
ilay afternoon purchased at Chancery
court Hale the Halo Springs property
located In Hawkins county Tcnn and
about six mllos cant of Knoxvlllc It
In the purpose of tho union to es
tablish a national homo for aged nnd
Indigent and disabled piessuiou and
Btotolypors
All greens are popular In the pres
ent fashions jade green being an es
pecial favorite
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OGDEN UTAH
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J M Browning VIcePresldont
A P J3lgclow Cashier
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