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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 9 1909 IJ
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Fonrll Anu Draw
Three Splendid Ct 11 0 S 1
Prize5 Vatae 0 P A U s i II
First Prize Gold Onyx Pillar Clock Value 4250
Second Prize Electrolier Value 3500
Third Prize Candelabrum Value 2500
One chnncf with every dollar purcluise See prizes window
This is the store that saves you money We invite comparison
Sinch Cut Glass Bowls 3 patterns each 290
Ladies and Gents Gift Umbrellas 5400 to 1800
Extra handle with each Umbrella
Ladies 0 Size Hunting Watches 1
Waltliarn Elgin or Swiss
movement guaranteed for
20 years 1100
5J 6 and 7 inch Cut Glass
Nappies eaehj OOc 125 and 15
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ELITE
CLEANiNG
CO
New and complete machinery
Means
tho beet work at tho most
rtaoonablo
Pri es
We clean everything and dyo
anything
We go after the goodc
Wo return them
All you do Is to phone us
Bell 987K IND 344
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UTAh NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Horace E Peery VlccPreo
larold J Peery VlcePrea
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V Mclntoah At Cashier
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THE GILBERT TIRE CASES
STYLES FOR SEASON OF 1910
Absolutely the Best Buttoned
Tiro Case on tho Market Water
proof glovefitting and extremely
handsome In appearance easy to
put on or take off
Black enameled duclc sizes 28 to
36 350 37 to 42 SlOO
Black Fabric Leather sizes 23 to
30 150 37 to 12 500
THE GILBERT
MANUFACTURING CO
NEW HAVEN CONN
WOMEN ARE VICTIMS
INDOOR LIFE AND LACK OF EX
ERCISE CAUSES PILES
tarp women than mon have piles
It t because they take so little out
door exercise and are often consti
pated There Is a stagnation of blood
In the lower bowel and no amount of
siting or treatment with ointments
antI buppoaltorlcB will remove this
cause
Dr Loonhardls HomRoid an In
Iirnal tablet medicine will pornm
nrntly cure any cnso of piles romov
3S tho cause Price 1 at Radeons
Pharmacy Ogden Utah Fully guar
anteed Dr Leonhardt Co Station B
IJItalo N Y Write for booklet
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RFAD THE CLASSIFIED PAGE
I READ TUB CLASSIFIED PAGE
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ONLY A REPETITION
From Wednesdays Editorial The
State Veterinary after applying the
tuberculin test condemned 22 head
of cows In the herd of 30 furnishing
milk to the Utah State prison and tho
animals wore slaughtered and burled
in quicklime yesterday
I Think of It 22 cows out of 30 Had
those animals been disposed of to un
j inspected slaughter houses they
would undoubtedly have bean put on
the market It makes a meat buyer
study And this Is only ono of the
diseases out of many
Can you assign any reason why
you should lay yourself liable to such
Infection when the government is an
nually paying out thousands of dollars
Ic order to protect tho public against
such meats
Wo have the only U S Inspected
packing plant in the city All our
meats carry the Inspection stamp As
a guide for the public we arc publish
ing elsewhere In this paper a list of
markets where Inspected meats may
be purchased A desire has been ex
pressed to know whore inspected
meats are handled exclusively Wo
shall cheerfully furnish tho Informa
tion if yOU will call us over either
phone No 10
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
FIFTY BASKETS FOR
FIFTYPOOR FASViLIES
Captain and Mrs Pettit of the Sal
vation Army intend to provide Hty
families averaging five persons each
with a basket filled with all of the
necessaries and luxuries for a Christ
mas dinner
With their assistants the Army of
ficers are making a canvass of the city
asking thoso who are charitably in
clined to lend their efforts towards
this undertaking A numuor of busi
ness houses have already contributed
towards the cause and several others
have made private contributions It
is the intention of the Salvation work
ers to see to it that the poor of the
city are cared for at the Yuletide sea
son and they ask the assistance of
those who arc more fortunately
blosaed with worldly goods
In a few days the Christmas pots
Into which money can be dropped by
passersby will be placed at the cor
ner of Twentyfourth and Twenty
fifth streets on Washington avenue
Donations of groceries and other
things which can be used for the
Ohristnwu dinners to be provided for
tho poor will be gratefully received
by the Salvation workers
OGDEN HIGH WINS
CHAMPIONSHIP
The lightest team of the Ogden
High school wins tho Interclass
championship by a score of 50 The
stars for the Sophomores were Al
len Trowsdale Sooy Capt Stowe C
Parkin Lavin and Re erg
The Senior stars were Corn Gilsoii
Gwllliams Chambers and Myers This
game gives the Sophomores box tick
ets to the Orpheum and the cham
pionahip of the school
Sophs Seniors
Sooy c Barlow
Scott RG Sullivan
Malan LG Cook
Lavln HT Chambers
Slater 11 Barker
Allan LE Stanley I
McDannicls LE Corn
Reuorg 2B Gwllllams
Trousdalo FB Gilson
Parkor RH Capt Myor
Cant Slowo LH Chambers
I Referee Coach Brown
Timokooper 0 Cross
Head LinesmanWalt Smyth
BULLION TAX WILL BE PAID
Plttcburg Silver Peak Co Officials
Obligate Themselves for It
Reno Nov Dec SUpon the rep
resentation of District Attorney Aug
ustus TIlden of Esmeralda county
that the Pittsburg Silver Peak Gold
Mining company officials had obligat
ed themselves to pay tho bullion tax
for the collection of which criminal I
prosecutions were resorterl to the Es
mcmldn county authorities yesterday
equalized the tax according to tho
agreement and authorized the dls
missal of tho Indictments against the
oqlcors and directors of that company
This means that all criminal prosecu
tions directed against President Flint
United States Senator Oliver and oth
er officers of the company In Penn
sylvania subordinate officers In Ne
vada and others will cease and that
the disputed tax will ho paid
LIUlo drops of sugar little grains
of sand make the corporation anti
agitate the land
If all Inventions were practical what
a lot of good excuses therewould be
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FORl316N OfFICERS
LEFT IN DISGRACE
Washington Dec STeh Nlcarng
nan legation hero is no more Biff
vans have carried Off the filrnluira
and other appurtenancos of tho housj
In 0 street where President Zelayas
representative was donilclld
A for rent sign ornaments the
front lawn and drawn curtains and an
air of desolation greet the caller
while no servitor hastens to answer
a ring at the bell
In addition it la tho gossip in Cen
tral American circles that the Zelayan
government has not sent the monthly
chocks to Its legation an oversight
that is said to be sorely felt by tho
legation forces
Senor Rodriguez special emissary
to Zelaya through whom Secretary
Knoxs note was conveyed to the NIc
araguan government Is still In Wash
ington It was said by a former at
tache of tho legation that the furni
ture had been stored until tho pres
ent situation cleared and that It was
tho property of the government
It was indignantly denied that tho
legation had been driven from Its
quarters because of the failure of tho
Nicaraguan government to meet the
nmothly rent bills
Word was received tonight in Cen
tral American circles that reports of
a Zelayan victory over the Insurgents
army near Rama Wore without the
slightest foundation in fact It was i
declared there had been no fighting
the last few days
It Is the lull before the storm
said a Central American diplomat In
a few days we will hear of a battle
and It will be a roclslvo one provided
tho Estrada forces are victorious If
they are not they will fall back lo
fight again
FRANCE WONT SEND WARSHIP
Paris Dec SFrance will not send
a warship to Nicaragua This was
decided today following the receipt
by the foreign office of advices from
if Arlot French charge daffaires in
Central America The charge report
ed the soie basis of rumors that
French citizens had been mistreated
in Nicaragua was the arrest and sen
tencing to a years Imprisonment of I
a Frenchman who was alleged to have
fought in hi ranks of the Insurgents
Upon M Arlots ppredentntlons to the
N iaguan government the French
man was relented
Under the circumstances this gov
ernment does not deem It necessary
to send a war vessel to Nicaraguan
waters
EXPECT BIG BATTLE TODAY
Washington D C Dec SSenor
Caslrillo representative of the revo
lutionists hero received a cablegram
under todays date from Bluefields and
signed Estrada stating that all Indi
cations wore that a decisive battle be
tween Zelayas forces and revolution
ists would be fought tomorrow
President Zelaya recognizing tho
growing Hontimcnt in Nicaragua fa
vorable to the revolutionists and to
the pan oC the United States is play
lug in the contest has recently been
making every possible effort to arouso
the people to antiAuirican demonstra
tion according to information re
ceived at the state department today
I FUNERALS AND DEATHS I
lbtreellIss Mary Crabtree an
aged and revered woman of Roy died
at her homo Tuesday afternoon at the
age of seventy years from general de
bility The funeral services were
held at Larkins funeral chapel this
afternoon at 2 oclock
HEBER GRANT WARNER
I LAID TO FINAL REST
Heber Grant Warner Is at rest Aft
er Impressive funeral services had
been held over the remains yesterday
afternoon at the First Ward meeting
house by Bishop D H Ensign the
body was lowered to its last resting
place in the City cemetery
The large attendance of relatives
and friends during the services and
the beautiful floral offerings attested
to tho popularity of the young man
who died a few days ago at the Og
den General hospital from peritonitis
following an operation for appendicit
is
The speakers at the funeral were
Angus T Lockhead Bishop Bachman
Heber Scowcroft Nathan J Tanner
and Bishop Ensign Miss Bernice
Brown Miss Bessie Blair and Walter
Stephens furnished tho music
Heber Warner was born and reared
In Ogden After attending the public
schools of this city he was called
on a mission byi the Mormon church
to Scotland Ho completed this mis
sion about two years ago and returned
to Ogden For a while no was em
ployed as a deputy In the county
clerics office under former County
Clerk David Mattson While serving
the county in this capacity young
Warner made many friends among
those with whom he came In daily
contact After giving up this position
he entered tho employ of Scowcroft
Sons company as a salesman and
was so emplojcd when he was strick
en with typhoid fever which preceded
the illness which was directly respon
sible for his death
TONOPAH EXTENSION MILL
Reports from Goldfiold state that
work on the mill of the Tonopah Ex
tension Is approaching completion It
is expected that stamps will be drop
ping about the middle of January
provided no furiner delay Is experi
enced In getting the electrical ma
chinery shipment of which has been
delayed two months It Is reported
to he on the way now having loft
Pittsburg last week Work as also
been resumed In the mine with a small
force preparatory to starting the ex
traction of ore as soon as tho mill Is
completed
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Hows Thlsl
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any cue of Catarrh that cannot be qured by
Halls Catarrh Cure <
F J CUKNEY CO Props Toledo O
We the undersigned hnvc known V J
Cheney for the WI fifteen yeatt and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans
action and financially able to carry out any
obligation made by their firm
V sr Si TBUAX Wholesale DruiwUw ToIcdoO
VAIDING KISNAS MARVIH Wholesale Drug
gisl3 Toledo O I
Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally act
ing directly upon the blood and mudWA sur j
face of the y tim Inec i6e per bottle j
Sold by all drupRHU Testimonials free
Halls lamil > 1ilb arc the best
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MACYEAGfl SPEAKS I
TO 300 BANKERS
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Boston Dec SThat the Republi
can party has changed front and Is
now marching toward lower tariffs
and that In this movement tho Payne
tariff bill was only an Incident was
the Interesting statement made by
Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh
at tho annual banquet of the Massa
chusetts Bankers association tonight
Threo hundred persons attended
Boston Mass Dec S Opening his
address with a brief reference to the
currency situation Secretary Mac
Veagh made a plea before the Massa
chusetts Bankers association tonight I
that the banking interests realize the
gravity of the Issue and declared that
unless the bankers succeeded In
adopting the public point oC view In
stead of the private one they would
lose an opportunity to influence great
ly the coming legislation on the sub
ject
jectThat
That was all the secretary had to
say on currency and he passed to a
discussion of the tariff and the Payne
law He said in part
In considering the results of the
recent tariff legislation It Is indis
pensable in my judgment to keep two
important factors In mind The first
is that the Payne law Is but an in
cident in a tariff revision movement
by and within the Republican party
sanctioned and undertaken by the
party itself and advocated by Presi
dent Taft in office and out of office i
and by President McKinley with al
most his last words
Resultant of Movement
The second is that it la the re
sultant effect of the movement which
is important to take into account and
estimate and not essentially any
thing else No one expected this
great movement to complete itself in
a single act of legislation and it was
expected to be quite clear that the
legislation enacted last August did
not end the movement for tariff re
vision Tho opinion is practically uni
versal that we have seen the last of
the last of the logrolling system of
legislation upon such an Important
subject that hereafter such legisla
tion must bo based on facts and
knowledge and scientific Investiga
tion and not on mere bartering be
tween sections and different Interests
There is one great fact that makes
a new tariff epoch The fact Is that
the Republican party has changed Its
front Whereas It has been marching
toward higher and higher tariff it has
now faced about It has recognized
changed conditions
It Is true that the Payne bill does
not contain as much downward revi
sion as tho great majority of tho
members of the Republican party had
wished It did not contain as much of
that revision as the President wished
But the Payne bill as it passed tho
house was an Intentional and avowed I
revision downward As it now stands
it is a practical confirmation of the
new policy of the Republican party
Tariff Not Satisfactory
Personally I sympathize with the
new tariff policy of the Republican
party but I most heartily believe that
notwithstanding the wellacknowledg
ed limitations of the revision contain
ed In the Payne bill it ought not to
be accepted by frlendH of tariff revi
sion as a satl3factoryrachlevemenl un
der all the circumstances I believe
that we ought not to have expected
anything else Imta step forward
Within a period far short of the lapses
and intervals of time heretofore di
viding tariff revisions we may go for
ward along the same conservativo
lines
Secretary MacVeagh predicted that
the tariff board would prove itself
competent to cope with any situation
which would be proper for a tariff re
vision lie declared he believed It a
great mistake to minimize that part
of the recent tariff legislation
EARLY UTAH PIONEER
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
After one weeks Illness fmm pneu
monia Mrs Andercna Christensen
one of the early pioneers of Utah
died at the home of her daughter Mrs
Carrie ChrIstensen 555 Twentieth
street last night at 1130 oclock at
the ago of SS years
Mrs Christanson was born in Nor
way February 11 1821 For 27 years
she has been a resident of Ogden
Throe children Mrs Carrie Christen
sen Mrs Chris Hanson and Anthon
Chrlstenspn survive Funeral ar
rangements aro now being made
TAYLORBRUNTON CO
SELL ORE SAMPLES
The firm of Taylor and Brunton
which for many years has handled a
good share of the ore sampling busi
ness of this state Is now a thing of
the past the owners having sold out
their Interests to Ernest R Woollcy
and associates who have incorporat
ed the Utah Ore Smelting company
to handle the plants of the above firm
at Murray and Eureka and the works
of the Pioneer Ore Sampling com
pany Tho deal was closed last night
between Mr Woolloy and F M Tay
lor of the firm of TnylorBrunton Mr
Taylor having come from Colorado for
this purpose and it involved a cash
consideration of 200000
The deal brings Into the bands of
the purchasers control of one of the
most Important accessories to the
mining Industry of tho west It means
that the business will bo carried on
hereafter with many economies here
tofore Impossible and with every
means of giving tho shipper of ore
better service When It Is taken into
consideration that practically all tho
custom ores of Utah Nevada Idaho
western Colorado and parts of Mon
tana California and Arizona pass Into
the market via local ore samplers the
Importance of the business really can
be appreciated There will bo no im
mediate change In arrangements so
ore shipments will ho received at the
various plants as usual
KERMIT ROOSEVELT
ARRIVES AT NAIROBI
Nairobi British East Africa Doc 8
Kermit Roosevelt arrIved hero to
day Ho Is going to Mombasa ona
hunt for antelope He has just So
cured two bongo Colonel ttoosevqit
has not arrived hero from Njoro hut
is expected soon
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TWENTY BELOW IN WYOMING
Norfolk Neb Doc North Ne
braska southern and western South
Dakota and Northern Wyoming today
suffered from tho coldest weather of
tho winter Tho temperature In Nor
folk dropped to 12 below zero at
Deadwood It was 17 bHow and at
Lander Wyoming it watt 20 below
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peach trees and put up the entire product peaches on a troc meet with theDelMonte
amounting to about twenty thousand tons of requirements
Peaches a year These Peaches arc graded as The care with which they are handled is I
to size and quality peeled cooked and canned the host we know how to give them JNo
in a syrup made of pure granulated sugar bruised fruit goes into Del Monte cans f I
From this great The syrupis clear I
quantity we obtain and pure as it is
pos
every quality and put ID1 ft sible to mal itSuch
them out under more J t n U if Peaches as Del Monte
than two hundred differ i are not found under
ent brands and labels the ordinary label
Canned Fruits and Vegetables
Most of these brands
Since
we put up more
Packed Where They Ripen
belong
are our own some than any other concern
The Day Theyre Picked
I long to dealers Our several times over
choice selectionstho large treeripened firm we know that Del Monte is the choice
and delicious fruitis packed in a heavy You can get the favorite Del Monte brand at
clear guaranteed sugar syrup most grocers at 20 cents per can The price
I The Del Monte brand Peaches arc the pick of is the same everywhere
You Can Get Jellies and Jams Under the Del Monte Label I > I
Del Monte Quality I
We arc also the largest manufacturers of picked fruit and are put up in extra heavy syrup
Jams Jellies Preserves etc Del Monte brand Del Monte is our prize brand Whatever ft
is made of the finest pure fruit and sugar variety of canned or dried fruits vegetables 1
Del Monte preserved strawberries raspberries jams jellies preserves catsup or honey you
blackberries etc are made from choice hand select Del Monte isthe safe brand to take
CALIFORNIA FRUIT CANNERS ASSOCIATIONI
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA f l
The Largest Canners of Fruits and Vegetables in the WarM
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BUY XMAS RSETS NOW I
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Gold Silver Brass
L Jo So Lewis Company
i CHRiSTMAS BUYING CENTER
t I Some people have formed an incorrect id ea of our store They seem to study our
1 windows note the pleasing and high class goods displayed therein and jump to the
7 conclusion that only expensive articles are to be found within By no means The
windows are made as attractive as possi ble with goods needed the least in a days
l business Once Inside you will find the line embraces all the moderate priced goods
1 m the market Try it once
c HAVE THE ARTICLES GRAVED AND LAID AWAY
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3UY JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE
t3 FROM AN EXCLUSIVE
JEWELRY HOUSE
AND GET THE BEST
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We want you to have one
of our 1910 Calendars
Please have your name
registered for one when
making your next pur
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f
vember
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WI DRIVER SON I
DRUG CO I
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2453 Waohlngton Ave
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Flnect quality of work at
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Mitchell Bros
We can cave you money on
MONUMENTS
or1eadstones
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 save money Yards 2003
Jefferson No reasonable offer
refused
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The Hunting I
season
IS HERE
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Get your Guns Ammunition and
Hunting OuCflt at 2564 Washington
avenue
HoC HansenCo
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Anyway when the Copenhagen juiy
return Itt verdict there will bo no ap
pclia < ourt to reverse and remand
tne ca t
I TUNGSTEN lAMP
The right lamp at the right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps are
unoxcellcd for life and brilliancy
To use tho Tungsten means to re
duce your light bill and have twice
the light for less money If you
have not used them call and let us
explain
Snively ffendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
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UNION DEPOT I
TIME CARD
EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1909
Mountain Time
UNION PACIFIC R R CO I
TrI J
NO1 Eastbound I Popart
10Fust Mall 810 am
SLos Angeles Limited 1 Il5 pm
2Overland Limited 230 pm
Atlantlc Express 1 71Q pm
No Vuatbound I Arrive
ajCnllfornlu Express 615 a m
SiFast Mull 1265 pm
lOvorlniid Limited 350 pm
7Loa Angeles Limited C35 pm
OREGON SHORT LINE Ff R CO
N Norlh Ogden I Depart I
iTButto and Portland 10 nm
131 xOwdonMalud motor 845 nm
13 Idaho Express 320 nm
3 Butto and portland 100 pm I
11 Cache Valley Passenger G33 pm i
x Dally Except Sunday
No t North of Ogden I Arrive
lOjSalt Lake Express I C35 aim
12 Salt Lako Passenger1O am I
IjSnlt Lake Special 3 5C pm I
132xMaladORdcn Motor 6CC pm
Portland Express i j10 pm
xPally Except Sunday j
No i South of Ogden I Depart
Salt Lake Kxpross 71S am
Local to Salt Lako 8W um
12 Cacho Valley Expressh4 3 am
2 Fast Mull 115 pm
22 Overland Limited 220 pm
I Salt iJike Special 4tOO piri I
CO Salt I ako Express 54S pm
IS Los Angeles Limited C5S pm
14 Utah JRxprcHS 350 Pm
57o7 South of Ogden I Arrlvo
UlBulto ami Portland 1240 urn
CIAtlontle Express 810 nm
131 Idaho Express 0K am I
1 Salt Lake Local 120o pm
17 Los Angeles Limitedi4X pm I
21 Overland Limited 205 pm
3 Butto and Portland 3SO pm j
llCachn Valley Express 53 pm
UilAtlantlc Express 710 pm
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO l
Nol Westbound I Depart
sTFacTtlc Kxprean I 540 am
Fast Mall I 135 pm
llOvcrland Limited j 410 pm
OMaclJjc Express = N 20j > m
No From West I Arrlvo
SlAtlantlc Express cTwa m I
10Ful Mall 710 am
Overland Limited 210 pm
1 Atlantic Express 035 pm
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MULLER
2582 Washington Ave does
Painting Decorating
and Paperhanging
at Lowest Prices
Sells Wall Paper at 20 per cent
discount and gives premiums in
First class jewelry or art pic
tures of your choice An Elgin
Gold Watch to be given free to
largest purchaser up to Dec
24th 8 p m We sell paints
varnishes stains Japalac tint
ing colors brushes pictures
and frames at the lowest prices
Our work is the best and is in
cluded in the premium plan
Both Phones
LADIES
Turban Coiffure disc fnunoa
now in New Hair Goods
FRENCH MASK MASSAGE scalp
treatment tonic shampoo manicur
ing newest Ideas In Hair Dressing
Imported Hnlr Goods and Toilet Ro
tiulsltes Hair weaving at moderate
charges Mall orders given prompt
attention Ladles Invited to rest room
I TEACH THE THINGS I DO
Personal and correspondence Instruc
tions Bell 1353K
MRS KELLER 2468 Wash
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS

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