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Anty Drudges Horrible Dream
Anty Drudge Mercy sakes Im glad theres
no danger of that dream ever coming true dream
ed there was no such soap as FelsNaptha and I had
to wash cloches in the old way of boiling nhot water
with ordinary laundry so a pan d hardnibbing
Nothing could be more awful
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FelsNaptha has changed everything
on washday
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Instead of a hot fire little or no fire
Instead of boiling just a short soaking
in cool or lukewarm water
Instead of steam and smell throughthe
house no steam nor odor at all
Instead of all day over the wash a half
day
Instead of hardrubbing only a little
rubbing f
Yes FelsNaptha has completely
changed washday
FelsNaptha is imitated but not dupli
cated You are sure of the genuine if you
insist on the red and green wrapper
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There is only One Oil Heater for
the houskeeper who wants the Best
+ rroy r By best is meant thorough all
i around work and faultless efficiency
down to the smallest detail
This work must be performed day
after day without fuss and fume and
without smoke
PERFECTION
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Equlppod with Smokclcoc Device
No other oil heater in the world has attained the high heat effi
ciency and the sure smokeless performance reached by this
splendid achievement of modern science
Turn the wick up as high as it will go theres no smokeas low as you
please theres no smellno fuss
In raising the wick is checked before it reaches the point at which it would
smoke by the new quicklyremoved
Automatic Smokeless Device
The flame is at its zenith of power when the wick is locked thus getting the
Jesters full capacity
The heat is as cleanly as that which comes from a steam radiator and more
certain You may have it just where you want it beside the windowin the
libraryin the bath room or in the living room
Brass font holds 4 quarts of oil burns 9 hours Finished in nickel or Japan
Various styles and finishes Damper top cool handlealuminum window
frame
Every Dealer EveryTrhere If Not At Yours Write for Descriptive Circular
to the Nearest Agency of the
CONTINENTAL Oil COMPANY
Incorporated
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Do not neglect Catarrhal sore throat It will never u f
4 cct belter of itself Unless treated In tlmo it be
comes chronic leads to loss of voice foul breath 2Sc
and serious complications or
tubes quick re + 50c
Kondons sanitary gives y
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Bet Snuff bit of this aromatic soothing Ftty Tobes
healing Jelly well Into the nasal passages I ti t ill atop
Take a small portion internally leaving m yW Drngolsts
the throat as lone as possible rub the i 1 ivr Sample
throat well with tilt Jelly ioull find almost rl t FKEE
relief Get a 25c or GOc tube today ol
f instant lUllw i fc wi f
your druggist or send penny postal to us t
for free sample
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is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure rood V regulations
A tea to be high quality must be first crop
must be mountain grown must be uniform
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mountain grown
always uniform
Beware of imitations
ar i U Ra1i n is N ST E T N J r n
MAY BE NO SANTA <
t GLAUS FOR TihS CHILDREN
Unresponsiveness to the call
of the Salvation Army for
contributions toward the annual
Christmas dinner to iho needy of
Ogden has caused a shortage and
Captain and Airs Petit have boon
Working almost day and night for
the past few days In an effort to pro
vide the necessaries for the poor
whom they are trying to help
Mrs Pettlt In explaining the sit
uation last night said There me
little children yho arc without coats
stockings and shoes iu fact they
have not enough clothing to keep
their little bodies warm + It is such
as these that the Army seeks to help
Ogden business men have been lib
eral enough HO far but we wish to
make an appeal to others who have
as yet made no contributions I
There are at least six little girls
ranging in ago from six months to 13
years of ngo and twelve more boys
and girls who need shoes very badly
Clothing and shoes which fire of no
use to the present owners and lo s
in the samo class will be gladly wel
comed I
By telephoning cither Bell 11S3 or
mailing a postcard to Capt Petllt at
5S1 Twentyfifth street donations
be made
MAGNITUDE OF
OVERN lENI
MEAT INSPECTION
LARGE AMOUNTS OF DISEASED
MEATS CONDEMNED
The annual report of the Bureau of
Animal Industry to the Secretary of
Agriculture Washington shows
that during the fiscal year ending Juno
30th 1909 there were ill085 car
casses of food Tmlmals and S99C2S
parts of carcasses condemned because
of being dlsen5ed and Unfit for human
food In addition 11285323 pounds
of meat products were condemned up
on rolnspcctloii for sanitary reasons
These figures give a clear idea of
the magnificent work being done by
the government meat inspection It
is a forward step toward protecting
the health of the people The old say
ing that An ounce of prevention Is
worth a pound of cure Is the very
cornerstone ol the meat inspection By
condemning all diseased and unclean
meats they are preventing diseases
getting into the human body while
where there is no inspection such
meats are sold to the unsuspecting
pUblicspreading misery and dis
eases
Any pane person who would give
this one minutes thought would never
buy anything but U S Inspected
Meats He cannot afford to take the
chance
NOTICE
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In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Utah
In and for the County of Weber
B T Nisbimura Plaintiff vs Jap
anese Amerrcan Bank a corporation
defendant
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed and
thereupon duly qualified as such by
the above entitled court as receiver
In the above entitled action of all of
the property books credits loans and
discounts money and effects of the de
fendant as connected with its bank
heretofore maintained and conducted
at No 279 24th Street In Ogden City
Utah and is proceeding to liquidate
the affairs of said bank
All creditors of said bank are here
by notified nnd requited to present
their properly verified claims against
said bank supported by proper vouch
ers such as receipts certificates of
deposit or pass book to the undersign
ed at his office rooms 319320 First
National Bank Building or to him at
tie office of his Attorney Room 303
Eccles Building Ogden City Utah on
or bofore March 1st 1910J
W D BROWN
Receiver JapaneseAmerican Bank a
corporation
Dated Ogden Utah November 22
1909C
C R Ilollingiswoith Attorney for
Receiver
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
By paying 175 In advance The
Standard for one month and The Wo
mans Home Companion one year will
be sent oua saving of 50 cents to
the subscriber
The regular price of the Womans
Ilorno Companion is 150 The Dally
Standard 75c per mouth Take ad
vantage of this combination rate all
for 175
FUNERAL SERVICES
Funeral services over the remains of
Anna Marie Miller wore held at noon
yesterday at the Twelfth ward meet
ing house with Bishop Henry Garner I
presiding Among the speakers were
Hans Poulsen V 1 A Linguist Coun II
selor Peter Folitman Joseph Robinson
and Bishop Garner all of whom spoko
feeling of the excellent wdrk per
formed by the deceased woman during
her lifetime The interment was made
in the Plain City cemetery
ARMY RECRUITING STATIONS
AS EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
Chicago Dec 21Army and nay
recruiting stations loroGghoiit the
country should Le turned Into oinploy
njent agencies according to a Ends
How who drrhed in the city yester
day to make plans for a convention of
hoboes to be held next month
Mn How has called n mooting of
Chicagos unemployed tomorrow night
to discuss plans for the coming con
vention The millionaire tramp pur
poses to Invite President Taft Secre
tary ofAVar Dickinson and Secretary
of Commerce and jibor Nagel to his
cbrfvgntlon rm
HOMESEEKERS RATES TO
WEST TO BE INCREASED
Chiqa S o Dec Jlomoseekers
rates from Chicago and St Louis and
the middle tivugltn the entire sputh
west and to a portion of the yri will
be slightly increased for thd < coining J
year This was decided at a pnuetHK I
of the oxccuthe ofbclals held estor
day
dayThe maximum tales for tlio home
packers will be increased Between
250 and5 making it 35 from Chi
cago 2750 from St Louis ims1gad of
525 and 25 from Kansas City
OBRIEN AND KAUFMAN TO MEET
Philadelphia lice 21Jacl OBrien
and Al Kaufman wore matched last
night to meet h + re in a sixround at
tIc on the uight of January 19
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PURCHASE PRESENTS
The recent discover In Salt Lake
City that tho pre Chrlstmas season is I
productive of au unusual rush In pawn j
shop circles has revealed a similar
state of affairs in Ogden and accord I
Ing to the statement of one of the I
leading local pawnbrokers business
at this period of the year Invariably I
grows more brisk than at any other
time The situation Is the same In
larger cities the country over ho says
for those who have watches and other
valuables and arc short of finances
place their timepieces in jf soak In j
order that giftgiving obligations may I
be lulllllcd
It Is seldom that pledges of this I
kind arc not redeemed the business
of pawning trinkets comes from a I
class that seeks relief from temporary
embarrassment Local pawnbrokers I
believe that the practice is nil right
although they admit that it Is danger
ous for the man whose income is
doubtful because they run the risk
of being unablo to redeem keepsakes
which they value highly
FRYE HEARING IS
AGAIN POSTPONED
The long deferred hearing of George
Frye proprietor of the Globe saloon
was again postponed In the city coun
cil at last nights meeting after he
had appeared in person with his attor
neys and witnesses to show cause wh >
his retail liquor license should not be
revoked
The council had organized Itself into
a regular court with President
Browning as the judge and the other
members of the council as jurors and
Detective Bob Burke had been called
and sworn as the first witness on be
half of the city when Councilman Fly
gare arose and moved that the hear
ing bo postponed until the criminal ac
tion pending In the city court against
Frye charging him with keeping a
house or room for Iho purpose of gam
bling Is finally passed upon
The motion of Councilman Flygaie
followed a hasty conference with City
Attorney James DeVine who was I
present to represent the city
When the council announced that
It was ready to hear the evidence Har
old Baker the assistant district court
stenographer was sworn by President
Browning to transcribe the testimony
and proceedings Everything was in I
readiness when Attorney W L Ma
glnnls on behalf of Mr Frye inter I
posed an objection to the proceed
ings on several grounds His main I
objection was based on the fact thai i
sufficient notice of the hearing had
not been given his client and that I I
such a proceeding would subject the
members of the council to charges I
of contempt of the District court I
since an order had been Issued by I
Judge Howell restraining the council
from taking any further action In the I
case
SUPPLY OF ICE FOR
NEXT SUMMER I
Ogden Ice dealers yesterday com
menced the harvesting of ice and al
though the season opened fully a
week ahead of any previous year
there Is no doubt but that when hot I
weather comes when the people need
ice there will be the same shoring
as in former years However ludl
cations point toward improvement
over last year This condition local
dealers say is due to the condemna
tion of sanitary conditions In three
or four Ice ponds The water flow of
the inlets and outlets of the remain
ing ponds has been put in perfect
condition since last year It is said
The dealers now manufacturing ice
have no room for expansion as their
storage capacity is inadequate to
meet the de tand
Y F James commenced harvest
ing yesterday morning His ponds
hold ice of a thickness of S inches
Mr James says this seasons ice is
of a poorer quality than a year ago I
gal the yield is greater and If the
cold weather continues he will have
stored within eight days all that the
firm under present conditions can
handle This rear he is better
equipped than at any season during
the past
A D Griffith will harvest a crop
better than ever before He started
yesterday with ice of a depth of ten
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Inches and anticipates a big crop
Billy Wilson III Ogden canyon ex
pects to commence putting up Ice in
a few days and anticipates a great
crop The ice In the canyon has not
yet reached the depth equal to that
in the valley but Mi Wilson has il
great storage capacity and he ex
pects to harvest all his ice houses
will hold
Utah Swells Copper Fiom January
1 of the current year to November 1
the Utah Copper company produced
JCI34390 pounds of line copper Each
succeeding quarto showed a gain of
approximately 1000000 pounds over
the preceding quarter so that on the
basis of Novembers showing the out
put was at the rate of close to Gf
000000 pounds per annum says the
Wall Street Journal
MARrIED FOR THE
RE
bout three years ago Mrs L
Ilotkes of SI9 Klrl liam street Oak
land Cal called at our office with u
girl thirteen years old the latter weak
and listless She staled that she had
lost a daughter through kidney dis
ease and the doctors now told her
this one was In the same fix and that I
she could live hot a short while
The mother was nearly distracted
Wo told her that kidney disease was
really inflammation of the 1ldne s
and that It was in fact Incurable un
der Ihe old dlureUcs all of which woro
kidney excitants but that an emollient
for kidney intlirnmutlon had been dis
covered and that the child would prob
ably recover The mother took the
treatment with her
We skip three years
A few months ago Mrs Holkes
called witlth beautiful young girl who
was the very picture of health She
introduced her as the dying patient
of three years ago and told us to re
fer anybody in the world to her She
stated the recovery was complete
about the elmenth week
For the only emollient for inflam
mation of the kidneys the world has
ever seen ask for Fultons Renal
Compound Literature mulled free
JOHN j FULTON co
San Francisco Oal
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BARONS and get posted on prices and where you will t
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be good to himself will save a substantial suit or overcoat larger boys for Christmas we k
exactly as much as the price at a price worth while cannot cut the prices to
asked for these suits and in
over justice overlook a rare I
coats Only six weeks ago the chance which presents itself
price was 2100 FROM NOW Worth 2500 FROM NOW iiiiI II n d
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PRICE g1 u 1 Q + PRICE fi n ir 1 y r Thus it will enable you to 18
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kind that will always look well I
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NECKWEAR Very pretty UMBRELLASA useful arti SHOES The most practical of
designs and colorings ranging cle that appeals to every man all gifts Weve a big varlet y
in from25 to c 200 House slippers too +
111 price 0 > oJ The prices will appeal to you
200 to 350
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100 to r 450 P
HANDKERCHIEFS Linen
TROUSERS Sensible is the
and Silk In boxes if desired SUIT CASES Show the grip gift of a pair of trousers Just
Linen 10 to 25c of friendship Buy him one get his size The price will
Silk 25 Y to 150 The prices arc right make you happy1 to 650
I 200 to 750
COAT SWEATERSAt this
SUSPENDERS Heres where
SHIRTS A variety that makes time of the year the gift giver
vve shine Greatest assortment shows good judgment if he
choosing Coat shirts inFancy
in Ogden Boxed individually easy 111 gives a coat sweater
50 to 150 Fancy colors X109 to 225 150 to 350
HOSE Men never have too SMOKING JACKETS you
GLOVES Kid gloves an ac r want to keep your husband at
r hose You
many lose on cant give
I ccptible gift because of their him anything more appropriate gl home nights buy him a smok
handinessS100 to P 200 way to 75 ing jacket350 to Q 750
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HATS Mighty hard to select
t MUFFLERS White black UNDERWEARIf you know a hat as a gift Weve a rem
I and colored Satin or silk his size buy him underwear edy Buy a hat and well ex
New innovations IIoll appreciate it S5c to change it after Christmas ji
75 to 250 350 the suit i 165 to 350
Olen Every Eveniiajj SOF Busi iiIDleS UJf i Further Notice
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The Edison Phonograph a
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I Ve carry a complete line of Skates Sleds Bicycles Tri
j cycles Air Rifles Boxing Gloves Striking Bags Sweater
t Coats Our slore is full of good things for the young and old
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Sporting oos t Lfe fll
351 TwemSyfowrth Street i
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They arc beautifully TEE GILBERT
designed and In ap 0 I SPARE T3RE HOLDERS
pearance utility and I 0 j
adaptability till r p a s s tloi a t
anything In this line fro
over brought out n rrl 7 7 S ti
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adjustable t
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arm pieces with sock t
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board piece for hold
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THE GILBERT
MANUFACTURING CO New Haven Conn I
NEGROES WANTED FOR MURDER
OPEN FIRE ON SHERIFF I
lontgolllciy Ala Dec 20Darrl
ending ilicmsphos In a house Will
Sheldon and Clinton Moiilgomen no
graces wanted for the murder Saturday
niDht oT Algernon Lewis a young
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wliito man lau this afternoon opened
fire on a sheriffs poss nenr Magnolia I
Marcnvo count Bounding four whites I
two fatallj The house wns set on
lire and Clinton Montgomery was cre
mated tho other two being captured
when thev dushfd from the hllrlg
bulldlm
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I lImportan Resolution
You will no doubt make ninny good resolutions for tie year of
1910 Why not include the r solution to save money It is very
important
I tp Porsistent saving wins Start the habit today by opening an ac
count with the Commercial Vitlonnl Bank
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
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I GENERAL AGENTS I
I t Have received the subjoined
To Our Friends and Patrons
The California Winery doesnt make a practice of tooting Its
own horn very much and therefore asks your Indulgence for send
ing the following short Item of news that came 16 us a few days ago
by telegraph from Seattle from The AlaskaYukon Exposition
California Winery awarded gold medals for seven of Ha wlnca
above nil other California competitionCordova Sauterne Claret
Zinfandel Burgundy Port Sherry and Angelica Silver medal for
Rlcslintj
This Is Indeed good and gratifying nows to us and will bo wel
i t comed too by our many friends and patrons It la all tho more sat
lsfyhigl au we werenot aware the wlnes wyobcln Judged i t
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Hove therefore that true merit must surely have provoked tho t 1
I 10 awards 10 Cordova limo Wluc of Quality
r Very truly yours CALIFORNIA WINERY
I E M SHE HAN VicePros and Gon Mngr
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