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rt TES STAIvDAiU OGJSK UTAH SATURDAY KOVE5IBER 27 1908
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Rubbers
Provide yourself with n good
pair of Rubbers Sir
You 11 need them very fre
fwntly nt lliia tteftKon of tho
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tY
Y nil may not have your
Storm Shoes on and a pnir of1
prnod Rubbers will come Co
our relief Theyll protects
i our Shoes as well as your
Feet
Storm lluhberaCorr Rub
bers Sole Rubbers alp pie
ThC new U NVvor Slip heels
759 floc to 100
Rubbers youll apprerinfo
on the first stormy day that
comes
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FRED M NYE
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2413 Wash Ave
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j oS High Class
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Millinery
Our custom Is never carry a
hat to tho next season Our
Li wa + of doing it Is this CUT
1t1 THE PRICE
b Lot 1Values to I00 only
sr + von hate In this lotful hat
for 250
Lot 2Valdes 500 and GOO
for 350
Lot 3Valuos 700 and 750
for 475
I Ve have a number of exclus
ive pattern hat not In tho
above lots that will Interest
you because of THE VERY LOW
PRICES I
PRICES7flE PLACE
THE M 1 M TYKES CO
2335 Washington Ave
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RANDOM
REfERENCES
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The Fran nereln of the German
Evnncellcal St Punld church will hold
a bazaar at tho reshlonce of Mrs Joo
Ludwig at 2311 Lincoln avenue on
tho first and second days of Decent
her Wednesday and Thursday Thd
ladle will also serve coffee and cake
Everyone Is cordially Invited
Xo ono complains about tho rest of
tho moal when B G Butter is
sorted
Funeral of Mrs B = cker Tho one I
I ml of Airs Albert 13 Becker will OD I
held at tho family residence Xo IflU
I Lincoln avenue at two o clock Sun t
day afternoon Nov 2Sth Friends
wishing to view tho remains may do
so between tho hours of 12 and 2
oclock Sunday
For many years says one man all
sausage kinds my jaw did practice
on but none arc so good as the now
kind Purooata For sale by Rusael
Jones Co 1S5 Twentvfourth Boll
5 OC Ind 521 I
Plenty of Pure Applo Cider at tho
Western Bottling Co
4 y Urc and Abuse of Money The So
z cialistic trend In money and rollgiou
will bo a basic question In tho eon
eluding onnon of the series oil The
Use find Abuse of Money Sunday
venlng in tho First Presbyterian
church Tho life used to Illustrate tho
d theme will bo Count Leo Tolstoy the
mail who gave himself and givc his
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In our Fall and Winter stocks
of clothing you 11 find that weave
anti beauty of fabric that skill I
ful cuttingthat perfect work to j
the most minute f
detailthat cre
ate a garment harmonizing per
fcotly with the latest GOOD style j
and common sense f
Irrespective of
whether youre
a dignified professional
l man n
quick alert business man or the
8thl01cwo have he clothing
that will suit YOUR personality
and characteristics
From 150 u p
All woolof course
WatsonTanner
Clothing Co
376 Twentyfourth Street
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fRED GENTSCH S
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Made Head of New Hotel and Dining Car Department of Oregon
Short Lino With Headquarters in Ogden F E Lewis
Will Depart for OmahaNew Superintendent
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I is a Young Irma of Ability
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I Fro d Gent ch has been nppolnliv
Hiiporlmondent of the dining cars ho
tols Mtllig houses nud outfit cars or
the Orogon Short Line system with
headquarter nt Option The appoint
mem will be offectlvo December I
The appolnmwu of Mr Gonlnch
I complete the orpanlxatlon of the ho
tel and dining car department of
I the Union Pnclflc the Southern Pacific
and the Oregon Short Line systems
the abrogation of which has boon
heretofore announced
F E Lewis who was at the head I
of the consolidated departments of tho
Hnrrlman lines for more than four
years goes to Omaha at tho head of
I the dining cars and hotel department
of the Union Pacific system The
f dining cars of the Southorn Pacific
I between Ogden and Oakland will oc
I under the management of D Urqu
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j hart superintendent of the dining
cars hotels and restaurants of tho
Pacific system of tho Southern Pacific
at Sun FrancIsco and who Is In Op
den today conferring with Mr Lewis
Superintendent Gcnlsch will have
charge of the dining carAt hotels cat
Ing houses and outfit can of the en
tire Oregon Short Line system Ho
will also have charge of the eating
houses on the Southern Pacific be
tween Ogden and Sparks Nevada the I
Union Depot hotel and lunch room
the general commisary and railroad
laundry nt Ogden
In the operation of the commissary
at Ogden Mr Gentsch will have
charge of the stocking of the dining
cars on all trains of the Union Pa
cific and Southern Pacific as well as
the Oregon Short Line at this point
Number Employes Not Decreased
In the segregation of the depart
ments of the three railroads there will
he practically no change In the num
ber of men employed nt Ogden While j
a number of the employes will be II
taken to Omaha with thc Union Pa
cific headquarters the usual number
will be used In the Ogden office
Regret Departure of F E Lewis
In the removal of the Union Pacific
dining cars and hotel department to
Omaha Ogdens biggest loss will be
in the departure of a citizen of ster
ling qualities and one with legions of
friends hereF E Lewis What Is
Ogdens loss is Omahas gainand
I she gains a fine man
I During their more than four years
residence In Ogden Mr and Mrs
I Lewis have made many friends who
I will regret to see them leave
As it will take a number of days to
I make the necessary changes V in the I
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money a study In a life of lost op
portunity By request Mr Saunders
will sing Tho Homeland Oh the
Homeland
I Bazaar and Dance will be held at
the Third Ward amusement hall un
lot the auspices of tho Relief society
Tuesday afternoon and evening Nov
20
I Get your Xmas presents at the Epis
copal Uazaar Dec third and fourth
Memorial Sercice Throughout the
land memorial services are being
held in memory of Mr F N Critten
ton whose death occurred a week I
ago In keeping with this and In I
appreciation of his gift to Ogden the 1
Board of Control of the Crltlcnton
home has arranged with Rev
McCreery to conduct a memorial ser
vice In the Methodist church on Sun
day night The hoard will attend in
a body
The Removal of the Forest Service i
from thc First National Bank Build i
Ing will make vacant a number of fine I
olBce rooms by December 1st Re
servation can now be made by apply I
ing at tho building room 213
Beautiful Dolls ready for Santa at
the Episcopal Bazaar
Third Ward Speaker SupU L E
Egcrtson will be the speaker In tho I
Third Ward tomorrow night at 7
oclock
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Good horse for sale Jl B Lewis
Phones 119X I
PEACOCKThe beat Rock Springs
on tho market Phone 27 John
Farr tf I
University Lccturecrs Professors r
Goorgo Marshall and W II Chamhor I
lain of the Unlvcrslt yof Utah won 1
In OR + lan this forenoon conducting
classes in tho extension course provid
ed jar by thc university The class
cork began at 9 oclock thin morning II
and continued until 12 Professor Mar
shall lij teaching American literature
and Professor Chamberlain is giving
Instruction in Philosophy of Nature c
and psychology There are about i
twenty students taking tho coursed
here Much Interest Is being taken
and Superintendent Mills says spleud j
Id progress Is being made
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Girls wanted at the Ogdcn Canning I
Ci Two weeks work I
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho best I
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ind
140 Bell 199K
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ew Chinese Minister Occupying
a special train of seven cars tho now I
Chinese minister and party of fifty I
will pass through Ogden about De I
comber 16 cnrouu to Washington D I
C from San Francisco The special II
treln will consist of a dynamo bag
gage oar a standard baggage car
a diner throe standard sleepers and i
an observation car The Pullmans
will bo used to Washington and the
othor equipment to Chicago The cir
cular from the passenger department i
advising officials of tho train says I
The dining car will be carefully
stocked special attention being giv I
on to fresh vegetables and supply of
Chinese rice I
WANTED Clean white raga at tho
Standard I
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Toes Are Amputated While at I
tempting to board a freight train at
Rock Springs W nnlng at about
4 oclock yesterday afternoon George
o > ni xwU will not leave Ogden
until about recruiter 10
New Superintendent
In the anpaintUTiit of Fred Oiiinrh
us superintendent of tho dining ears
and hotels of the Oregon Short Line
system is shown the reward gained
by a young man in tho railroad world
by good faithful nnd excellent ser
vice
viceThis
This make Mr Gontuch the young
est superintendent of dining car and
hotels in the Inlled States
Fred Gentsch Is the son of F C
Gontsch general manager of the Pa
cific Express company at St Louts
and a railroad veteran of America
The senior Gentsch is a man whose
railroad education was gained through
the great school of experience This
knowledge he Imparted to his son
who has followed in his steps Tho
new superintendent of the Short Line
dining cars and hotel department wax
born In Salt Lake City thirty years
ago Ho was educatedin the schools
nnd colleges of that city About ten
years ago he began working 1n the
freight ofllces at Salt Lake City as
clerk He went from Salt Lake City
to Omaha to the ofllce of 15 Dicker
son general manager of the Union
Pacific Later he was In tho office of
Everett Buckingham who was then
superintendent of transportation of
the Union Pacific Subsequently Mr
Gentsch was In the office of General
Superintendent Gruber and then with
General Superintendent W L Park
of the Union Pacific as senior clerk i
Four years ago Superintendent F E
Lewis of the hotel and dining ears
department of the Harriman linos was
In need of a chief clerk and although
he had many applicants for the posi
tion it was tendered to and accepted
by Gontsch Mr Gentsch continued
the capacity as chief clerk to Mr
Lewis until a few months ago when
he was made acting assistant super
intendent upon the death of Assistant
Superintendent Gillonbeck This po
sition he held in addition to the duties
of chief clerk to the superintendent
lrico President and General Manager
W H Bancroft of the Oregon Short
Line system In selecting Fred
Gentsch as superintendent of the din
ing cars and hotel department of that
road again shows his excellent judg
ment in selecting capable men as his
lieutenants
Messrs Lewis and Genlsch went to
Salt Lake City this morning for a fur
ther conference with Mr Bancroft
from whose office the circular of the
appointment will be issued today
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I Schoolcraft a track laborer slipped
and fell beneath the wheels and the
toes of both feet wore crushed so bad
I yl that the railroad surgeon In the
I Rock Springs hospital found it neces
sary to amputate them Schoolcralt
was a member of the doubletracking I
I gang working between Rock Springs
and Green River He had been in i
Rock Springs and was returning to
the railroad camp when the accident I
occurred This Is the second accident
of this nature at Rok Springs In the
past two weeks In the other case
tho laborer attempting to board the
train was killed In both cases the
I men had disobeyed the rules and or
ders of the company In attempting to
board trains while in motion
Buy Tour Approved garments et
the Utah Knitting Co Thoy make
them Salo now oil 302 25th St
Victor Turners FuneralTho Fun
eral services over the remains of Vic
tor Turner will bo hold Sunday after
noon at 2 oclock at tho Presbyter
Inn church Rev J E Carver ofliclat
Ing The body may be viewed this
evening between the hours of G and S
and tomorrow between 10 and 1 at
the family resldcnce 552 Canyon
road The interment will bo In the
City Cemetery
Gillette Coal Co 153 West 27th
Doth phonos 107
Storm on the Lake A wind storm
on tho lake last night and this morn
Ing caused the wavoa to roll high and
lash themselves against the railroad
trestle and fill No damage was re
ported Tho cars of the early morning
Southern Pacific train wore covered
with sprays of salt water
Few good men can get winter em
ployment at tho Sugar Factory hy ap
plying t r the Superintendent ut the
Factory
Removing Trees Tho old shade I
trees on Twentyfourth stro t be
tween Grant and Wall avenue nro beIng
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Ing removed
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Plenty of Pure Applo Cldor at the I
Western Bottling Co i
Rebuilding Yard OfficeA largo
force of carpenters are rebuilding the
railroad yard sales which was partial I
ly destroyed hy fire on Thursday 1
evening The main office of General
Yardmanter Richard Pierce will be I
completed late this afternoon
STORAGE at reasonable rates In I
good brick building K you noed any
loom consult John Scowcroft S Sons
Company
I have that good coal asset Farr
Coal Co 150 2llh
JOB PRINTERS ATTENTION
For sale Ono Chandler At Price
Platen pr < ss else of platen 11x17
inches Make us an offer Standard
office
JACK JOHNSON MOVES THE
FAMILY TO CHICAGO
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Galveston Texas Nov iJack
Johnsons father and members of his
family departed for Chicago yester I
day to make their future home with
the black champion in the property
Property
he recently bought with his winnings
In big ring battles Johnson was
born here and for Y41iMl has claimed
Galveston as his home
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Toyland Opens Toy Rd Opens 11 1
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Monday VR I G fJT S Monday
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Surprising Silk Specials Start Monday
c Silks make acceptable gifts for Xmas Heres news
I 1000 ids plnin and fiimy I Fanry Silk Yeh M in strijios 1200 yds Fancy Mrxsalincs 27inch Hlark Chiffon TAr 4
I dress C Jreen socnls Old Plm Rose Hrnwn tits rk nnd roomies rill the most and TimsMim Silk in Jill the leis silk fresh from lnttm I
123 and 150 value Q wanted colors 10 twW color Tic rid n Oxa 9I c slue
I 70c 40 bright crisp finish SOC
tea for JU L values U tll O 115p I t I
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I Monday We Sell These tylish J
t Wool Suits at 12 Price 11
WooliII
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e sealing will e iII al 9 oclock and continue while the
stock lasts
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o i t 1 t t Strictly new dresses in the onepiece stylesome tQJ
v irk y some of them have been in the store but a little
while
The materials are French Serges Broadcloths Silk
Moire and Taffeta
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v0 The colors are Navy Green Copenhagen Walnut +
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s a 1 Grey Black Red Stone
1950 Drosses 1500 Dresses r ID
4 925 174
m r 1 ti U Monday only qi eJ Monday only t tl e t U
a w 1 2200 Dresses 4000 Dresses
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c 5 z Monday only o Monday only If 20000 1
r < 2500 Dresses 1500 Dresses E
IIiTI 1 t rSA irLr cif i Monday only 125O Monday only 2j eJU
i + t 3000 Dresses 1750 Dresses
± < iJ I Monday only 1500 Monday only 2875
NO APPROVALS SEE WINDOWS
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REiViAN KJUfD
EJN Oe So L WRCK
Crew on Light Engine Were Trying to Steal Time and Ran
Into Freight Train on One of the Sharp Curves ID
Bear River CanyonEngineer Injured
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Lon F Morford fireman was killed
and William Koll engineer was seri
ously Injured In a headon collision be
tween an engine running light and an
i extra freight train on the Orogon
I Short Line railway about two miles
east of Cache Junction Cache county
t at S15 oclock Friday afternoon En
gineer McGinn of the freight train was
i severely cut and bruised
I Neither engine was derailed and the
1 damage to railway property is slight
but traffic over the line was serious
ly delayed for nix or eight hours
Morford and Koll were In charge
of enstbiiund engine 632 running light
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The crew in charge of extra west
bnind freight train 750 with which
engine 632 collided was composed
I of Conductor Crow Engineer McGinn
and Fireman Wkjslll all of Ogden
none of whom wero seriously injured
That Kohl and Morford were trying
Ito steal a station IB Indicated by a
statement given out by Assistant Su
porinlendont Canndy Friday evening
but Mr Canady abjolutely refused to
express any opinion now as to the
blame for the wreck The statement
of the railroad company sot however
that Morford aud Koll had orders to
mcet extra freight train 750 at Cache I
Junction but failed to wait there In
stead the pulled out of Cache Junc
tion and approximately two mile
emit of there In the curves of Bear
River canyon their engine crashed in
to tho freight train
Save Lives by Jumping
Tho engineer and the fireman of
the freight train saw the light engine
coming In time to jump and save their
lives as did Engineer Koll of the
light engine but Morford at
tempted to escape by climbing over
the tender When the impact came
ho wa burled underneath the eat
In the tender and crushed to death I
In addition to the engines and tender
the first two cars of the freight train
wore damaged
The fireman of tho freight train es
c p d with little Injury but the engin
eers of the light engine and the
freight train were severely injured
Koll being seriously scalded and
burned about the body while McGinn
was thrown into a fence and bruised
nnd cut There is nothing alarming
about the Imtcrs injuries though
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The wrecking crew from Ogden was
rushed to the scone and by 013
oclock the track was cleared and at
930 traffic was resumed A special
carried Morfords body to Logan
while Koll who expressed a wish to
bo brought home was rushed to Salt
Lake City and taken to the L D S
hospital At first It was proposed to
send Kohl and the other Injured men to
Logan and have the companys phy
sician there attend them but only
KoUK fellow workmen wore sent
there
Leaves No Parents
Morford lived with Mr and MrsA
IL ManskI at 24S South Fourth West
I street Salt Lake City While he had
boon a fireman on the Short Line only
a short time he had lived In Salt Lake
City for several years He was born
at Kansas City twentyfour years ago
and was single neither did he leave
parents A brother whose where
abouts is uncertain survives him
I however
Morford belonged to no secret or
fraternal societies but a few days
ago he took out nn accident Inoumnco
amounting to 1500 upon which un
fortunately he had not paid the first
premium The payment was to be
made out of Morfords next pay check
The wreck delayed train No I five
hours and fifteen minute train No
M two hours and thirty minutes anti
train No 3 four hours
DISEASED MEATS
ARE DESTROYED
You are entitled to U S Inspected
meals Way dont you insist on it
The reasons for you doing so are so
simple that it seems a folly that we
need to mention It In the U S In
spected moats all diseased meats arc
destroyed In other meats they are
not Stop to consider Which do
YOU want
As a guide we are publishing else
where in this paper a list of markets
where Inspected meats may be pur
chased
WOMAN FIRES AT A NEGRO I
WHO ATTEMPTED AN ASSAULT
MrAlrstor Okla Nor 27 Mrs
John King wife of a miner when
taken to the county Jail here lyday
to Identify Will Jones a negro pull
ed a revolver from the fold of her
dress and fired at the prisoner The
bullet went wild and the officers dis
armed Mrs King and took her away
I Tho negro attempted to assault
Mrs King yesterday and last night a
mob tried to get him away from tho
officers and lynch him There were
no Inddlcatlons of a mob today
TO SUBSCRIBERS
I have leased the right to sell the
Dally Standard within the limits of
Ogden City Utah nnd under this
lease I am the only person who had
the right to make any contract for sub
scriptions or sale for the Dan Stand
ard lu Ogden City All agents solic
itors and canvassers must have a let
ter of authority from me Pay no
money to other unless they present
Mich letter of authority from the un
dersigned Make all complaints con
cerning subscriptions to Mist Larson
who has a desk In the Standard office
Either phone No 50 H B ARNOLD
Standard City Circulator
SUSPECTED THIEVES
ARRESTED IN STORE
Salt Lake NOT 2GGoorlf Har
rington and Ed Ferell were the name
given by two men arrested about mid
night Thursday under suspicion of at
tempted robbery of the Colorado Tool
I f Supply company store at 119 West
South Temple street The window was
broken and ferell was found inside
but claimed that he was drunk and
fell through the window In an HUetnpt
to roll a cigarette
Sam Iseam owner of the store Iden
tified the men as two who had been
in the store during the clay pricing
various tools They aroused his sus
picions at the time
I waa expecting this said Iseam
in the police station last night When
they left the store today I more than
halfexpected that they would try to i
break In tonight so I locked up all I
the valuable staff and left only cheap
knives and such things In the window
hoping that they would see there was
nothing worth while in the window
and would Irate my place alone
Usually I cover tin window bee
with a paper at night but tonIght I
did not do ao and left ever > thing In
plain sight to dUcoura any such at
tempt But they made It Just tho
m I shall swear out a warrant
charging them with attempted burg
lary In the morning My store Is be
ing robbed too often to suit me
This same store was entered
through a broken window last spring
and tome fine knives were stolen
The men arrested Thursday night did
not appear to be drunk and ware
dressed in overall which leads the
police to think they may be the same
persons who committed the robbery
last spring Special Officer C B Tur
ner made the arrest
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MADAM FOUli
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TO LOCATE
IN OGDEN
One of Chicagos Prominent Lady
Tailors Will Make Home Here
The Ogden ladles who have learned
of Mndnm Fonts detcnnlnatlrn to ri
main In Ogden are rejoicing Ogden
has long needed an export lady tailoi
Madam Font comes highly recom
mended from acme of the best place <
and people of Chicago For a nircli
of years she was with the tailoring Ill
t partment of Carson Plrl sccr
which department Is well known or
i the etclusiYimcss and excellence of lu
productions
I Madam Font has taken parlors on
the third floor of Wrights toro and I 4
f now prepared to show samples of XT
work and give references of n hi i
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cbaacter
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I Js Your Market Listed
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I If Not For Your Own
I Protection Change
In order to answer a number of tolo
phone calls and also to correct a z < j
era existing Impression wo her to
Inform the public that we are not tn
the retail business thai wo op > rn
no retail markets In the ntr but thv
our meats may be obtained at Ill
markets listed below
Sawyer Bros Chicago Market Ballard
lard I Belnap California Markft r
E Peterson Co Mound Fort Mar
ket Seager MOAt 11 Grocery Co M
Grill Ogden Moat Co Blel Rnr
Elk Moat Market Huseraan Market
Armour Jlarkel Moulding Meat
ire Co Ogden City Moat 13rkI
Wright Meat t Gro Co River ld
Mtrfcel Goo F White 1
I OGDBX PACKING PROVISION t O c
CARD OF THANKS
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Mrs D C Dalton and family RTOO c
the Modern Woodmen of Amcnc i a
Camp 8S90 and desire to express ttui >
appreciation for the prompt attcntlo u e
with which the Insurance upon their 8
husband and father was paid a
Signed MRS D C DALTON
and faintly
A man Is In no condition to ret
tie down until ho has settled up th
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