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2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDNUTATUESDAy MARCH 22 1910 U
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LH I Comfort Shoes
t Genuine comfort that what
I ll11ifflhIit means to wear the stylish
r Martha Washington Comfort Shoes
They fit like a glove and insure complete
rest and rcnef No buttons or lacesjust slip
them on and off le a slipper Elastic at the sides
provides perfect fit over any instep Yoa will never
I know bow comfortable a good looking shoe can be until you havo worn
MARTHA WASHINGTON COMFORT SHOES
Bcuuro of Imitations Only the genuine hacc fie name Martha IVathlnglon
j ana Maytr TraJe Mark stamped on ihc sole Refuse substitutes
Your dealer will oupply you if not write to us
PRBCIf you will end no the name ofo dealer who do
I not handle Martbn Wa hnirWn Comfort Bhoej we will
e nd you free poitoald a beautiful picture of Martha
WlhJolrtonBlJe U xO
I I I Wol otnnkc HonorbUtSho farmenLfodlnBUady
G JO I YumA Cu hlon Shots Sp d1 Merit School
Shot nnil Work Shoes
I I F Mayer BootShoeCo
I MILWAUKEE WIs
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Instantly Relieves and Cures
Catarrhal Sore Throat
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Do not neglect Catnrrhal sore lhroit It will never
get batter of Itself Unless treated in tlmo It be
rl comes chronic leads to los of voice foul breath i e
1 and serious complications
ICondons In sanitary tubas gives quick re 7
I lief Snuff bit of this aromatic soothing W tL
healing Jelly voll Into Iho nasal paS53SCSzJ y
Take a small portion Internally leaving In
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the throat a3 lone as possible rub the 1f
throat well wltb the Jelly joull find almost 1
Instaut relief Got a 25c or We tube today of
I our drucglst pro COlId penny postal to us ijy
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For Evening Hours
I f I i Tie Reo Lamp
I I Some of the sweetest hours of homelife are
passed under the gentle kindly light of MIC eve
ning lamp
If it be the Rayo Lamp the light contributes
on added charm makes reading and sewing easy
S There arc no aching eyes after reading or sew
ing under the rays of the Rayo Lamp
The Rayo Lamp diffuscs a steady white light
It is the least trying of any artificial light Made
of brass tliroughuit nickel plated improved
central draught bijttr
The Rayo is orS ° priced lamp but you cannot
get a better tl ng b 1ty price
ncezaW toy Jhscr always ono
Sreff Dc FveiWfietti U Ict at Your Write for
I Descriptive Circular o the Nearest Agency of the
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
Incorporated
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I OGDEN STATE BAN
OGDEN UTAH
I Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates I
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CAPITAL 10000000
I SURPLUS 10000000
II OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
I H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Cashr i
I G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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L STANDARD OF MEASURES
t Wo all know what a bushel a gallon or a pound means but do
t you know whether tbo bushel or gallon moasuro Is correct or not
t Wo accopt It as a matter of course because our fathor said It was
1 5 BO you seo wo have all come to bfliovo that all standards of meas
I t ures are correct with the exception ot water gas and electric
meters
L If wo could see tho gas and electricity as It Is measured or it
l wo could pour a thousand wall s of electricity Into a teacup and
S stvy that IB 10 cents worth In the same manner that your grocer
t docs r hon you auk for a pint of olives or a quart or cranberries
you would soon learn to believe that meters are correct measuring
5S instruments S
Tlmo Is tho great factor hen water gas and electricity arc
5 being measured by tho meter Wo aro forgetful of the silent mom
S ents that arc passing and usually blame the meter instead our
selves In ordor to fully realize tbo value ot my suggestion aud
S for tho satisfaction ot demonstration place a threo or flvo gallon
S bucket in the sink and turn the hydrant just enough to have tho
water dripping slowly go away and forget It for a while and when
you return you will realize what t mean
All cnglnccra students ami mechanics havo accepted the elec
tric grin and water meters as being correct measuring instruments
tho sumo ns the pint quart or gallon If the readings arc taken
I S correctly and bills rendered accordingly there Is rarely any oc
casion for complaint It tho readings turned Into tho clerical depart
ment arc moro than you havo used and you pay It the next bill rend
ered Trill be smaller than your average consumption
Electric water and gas meters arc as correct as the quart
or gallon usually incnaurlng within 1 por cent of the actual Quan
tity poteed
It Will require Fomo time before tho general public will accopt
tba Bt tecncnt that the meter Is as correct as the bushel measure
S
oithOpo12d weight
UTAH LIGHT AND RAILWAY OOMPANY
S I D DECKER Local Mgr
CATCHER SUlliVAN
J S IS GETTING BETTER S
LoB Angekss March 21 Catcher
I Billy Sullivan ot the Chicago White
os
Sox who Is suffering from blood pois
oning as the result of having stepped
an r rusty nail was reported today to
bo steadily Improving His physician
announced that the blood poisoning
had boon checked but the Injured
foot was gnu in a bad condition and
that Sullivan would he confined to his
room for another week or ten days
A glass ot hot milk i s often a cure
for Insomnia
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Only One BROMO QUININE that fc
l axatlve firomo 0innine jtg IDOL on
Cures Cold mOno Day Cri 2 Days 4 Q 2Sc
CARISO BREAKSS
DAtYS r nNOmNY
Salt Lake March 21Carlsn tordko
the monotony of trading on the local
exchange this morning by advancing
from CO to 05 cents buying orders
from the cast it Is understood being
the reason therefore Outside of this
security prices wore at normal and
trading was limited to a few scatter
ing Bales Prince Con broke a little
and sold at 88 cents and 80 cents
and Sioux Con and Colorado often
tho favorites In tho trading were
but little In demand today
Some of tho more progressive mem
bers on tho board nro urging that
some Immediate action bo taken to
wards having the stockB of the new
Jarbldgo companies listed locally and
tho wonder is with business quiet
as It has been for some time that ac
tion on this matter has not already
been taken San Francisco it Is
understood is already making a play
for the Jarbldgo stocks and unless
Salt Lake interests get busy soon
It may bo the old story of losing val
uable time Jarbldgo has probably
been somewhat ovcrbooated but tho
more conservative are of the opinion
that several of the properties up there
aro going to make good and this be
Ing tho case there Is going to bo con
siderable business In the buying and
selling ot the camps blocks and Salt
Lako might as well get in on the
ground floor
RECORDER DRUNK IN
PROHIBITIOr TOWN
NophI March 1The meeting of
tho city council was blocked Satur
day by the fact that tho city recorder
was drunk and although the mayor
sent the city marshal twice taget
him ho refused to come and the coun
cil was prevented from holding Its
regular meeting The surety com
pany has notified the city that tho
recorders bond has been canceled
and the city attorney wiU Institute
summary proceedings to havo him re
moved from office Prohibition Is re
garded by every one as being success
fully carried out In this city but It
seems that tho recorder sent away
for his booze which was the cause
of his undoing This IK only the sec
ond case of drunkenness since Janu
ary 1 and In both cases tho liquor
has been procured out of town
PILES CURED IN 0 to 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT guaranteed to
euro any cairn of itching blind blood
ing or protruding pllos In G to 14
days or money refunded 50c
I
GOVERNMENT REPORTS
ON CAMPS IN NEVADA
S SaJtLeJce11aret 21A report on
mining camps In Ellco county and In
parts Lander and Eureka counties
Nevada by William H Emmons
geologist has just bcon published by
the United States geological survey
as bulletin 108 The report contains
descriptions of the geology and oro
deposits at twentynine mining camps
Tho area surveyed comprises about
7000 square miles and includes the
famous Tuscarora mines which even
before the well own Corastock lode
had reached its point of highest pro
duction had yielded gold and silver
having a value of millions of dollars
Nevada has long been a great pro
ducer of the precious metals and has
also contributed to the worlds metal
lic wealth largo amounts of copper
lead and zinc Tho fame of the Coin
stock lodge became worldwldo as
long ago as 1SCO and In those days
prospecting was the principal busi
ness of the rapidly Increasing popula
tion of this region Many valuable
ore deposits wore discovered during
the ten years following and the mm
hg of silver reached Its highest ac
tivity In the 70s and 80s The de
cline of silver mining In tho OOs tho
prominence of silver coinage as a po
litical Issue and the final exaltation of
the white metal to a dominating place
in a presidential campaign have be
come a part of the history of the
United States
After a long period of neglect prospecting
pectlng was energetically resumed In
Elko county In JPOG and 1007 and re
sulted In tho establishment of sovoral
now camps like Gold Circle In 1907
the mines in the area surveyed by Mr
Emmons produced metals valued at i
350000
Mr Emmons describes the geology I
of the region the general character of
and the observed
tho ore deposits features I
served at the mines visited Tho re
port covers 130 pages and Is illus
trated by five lithographed maps and
numerous figures It can he had with
out charge from tho director of tho
United States geological survey at
Washington
RAILROAD NOTES
That its an 111 wind tIi los no
one good Is well proYenb thc fol
lowing clipping from thpfEaUway Ago
Gazette Kfcc
During the strike of > tUostreet
railway employed In Philadelphia lost
week the Philadelphia Pleading
carried about 90000 addlUoua4inss
ongors each day nearly alUqhfihort
journeys within the city limitsTho
average Increase In receIpts sgiVOD
as 7200 a day M w
> fa
That the newly adopted systcm cf
telephone dispatching already 1 ll j
on numerous roads throughoiii Ef tbo i
country Is obtaining a strong ifoojholdi
In the west Is Indicated byanaiitB
mont in the Railway Ago Gazcttos
follows tl 3lW S
The Santa Fc system Is nqWfluS
ing telephones for train dlspUtielog
between Deuer and Puoblo QpIetIQ
120 mllea making nppro lmni fj iiP
miles of the Santa Fe linos o
equipped There aro forty telephone t
stations on thin 120 miles Wcajejjil
Electric telephones and Gill 3Qleqt6 jij
being used There arc about 30 trains
a day and 7G regular meeting points
This division Is used jointly by tlVo
Santa Fe and the Colorado SovfiM
oru tIle dIspatching being all done
fr6ra Pueblo by the Santa Fe
1
Following Is an outline of what Is
considered by railroad men as one
ot tho mot benotiolal and woll man
aged relief funds In tho country from
the Railway S tfo nOZetto S
The benefits P a1 a out by the relief
iund of the Lohlgh Valley Railroad
during the year of 1900 amounted to
SS5GS9 and therp left a balanco in
the treasury of 28100 A recent
newspaper Item eaya that the fund
was e established ISiS and that in
S its 32 yearn of CIsttho contribu
Jlons havo amounted f185793 of
which sum dnctWf SiftS rmltl by the
railway fompanyVarta It fg said that
thlslfl nlyiJnslaiice In tho Unit
ed Sfated whtiro the railway com
pany pays hall or the jollef benefits
Of tho 21505 persons employed by
tho company last year 7310 wore
subscribers to the relief fund Sub
scriptions arc called for whenever the
condition of tho fund may demand
Tho following serves as an example
illustrating tho dlfllciilty of securing
authentic information from tho ofllcer
of the illfatud Western Pacific which
was recently subjected to severe dam
ages by storms along Its trestlo over
the southern end of tho Groat Salt
Lake and incidentally puts another
primp Into the hopes of tho Salt Lake
interests which havp been depending
on the Western Pacific to put them
on a main line nftor all hope of tho
FarmlngtQii cutoff had been killed
by the announcement of tho Southern
Pacific officials that repairs to tho Lu
cia cutoff aggregating nearly half a
million dollars would bo mado The
article Is taken from the Rllroad Age
Gazette of March 18
S The Western Pacific has been op
coed for freight business for some
weeks but the jbporters who try to
find out how much freight Is being
moved have no success They ob
serve however that In January and
February tho gross revenues of tho
Denver Rio Grande Increased about
25 per cent over the same period of
1909 It Is conjectured that these
large Increases can have been possible
only by reason of a large amount of
traffic going over the Rio Grando for
thc Western Pacific
UNABLE TO LOCATE
A MISSING TROPHY
Paris March 21rTho American Ex
press which forwarded the Interna
tional balloon tdbphy says the cup
was placed aboard the steamer
Oceanic at Southampton and that the
company holds tho bill of lading The
express people cannot understand tho
failure to find the trophy when tho
steamer reached New York
lOUIS GOES BACK TO I
THAT DEAR FRANCE
New York March 21The whore
about of Louis Paulhan tho French
aviator who has been uilfjalng since
the legal difficulties with his manager
over the aviators refusal to continue
his flights hero wore made known to
day In the announcement that Mr
Paulhan and his wife had sailed for
Europe last Saturday ou the steam
ship President Grant
S
HEEN CUD WINS
FROM SA J FRACISCO
Cincinnati March 21ln a finding
handed down today the National com
mission recited that the San Francis
co club of the Pacific Coast league
was Indebted In1 tho sum of 600 to
R 0 Kaufman former president ot
the Helena club of the InterMountain
league Tho claim came up over the
sale of Pitcher Rex Ames by Helena
to San Francisco
fiNE PROGRfSS ON
THE PANAfmA GAr AlI
Washington March 21orle on
I the Panama canal Is booming Tho
last edition of the Canal Record
shows that more material was taken
out of the Culcbra cut last month
than In any month since ground was
broken for the canal The total was
1250413 cubic yards and the dally
average was 54757 yards Steam
shovel No 214 also broke all records
rJEVr SYSTtM Jlll
SEND GHINfSE HOME
Washington March 21 Chinese
who enter the United States across
tho Mexican and Canadian borders arc
to be deported promptly when caught
according to the new system insti
tuted by tho department of commerce
and labor Hereafter they will be
dealt with under the general emigra
tion law and will bo deported by the
departmental warrants on tho ground
of being unlawfully in the United
States
fAMOUS PUROUf
EDUCATOR IS DEAD
Lafayette Colo March lPror
Moses Cobb Stevens aged 84 tho old
est member of tho Purduo university
faculty and one of the best known ed
ucators and mathematicians In tho
middle went died suddenly this morn
lug at Tallapoosa Ca
COIORADO V n ORKMEN
ARE ElETRPCUIEO
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j Xovcland Colo March 21DanJol
fa Frybergcr and E J Calhoun era
ftleyea of tho Northern Colorado
Rpwer company were electrocuted
lifts afternoon whim dismantling a
jmp1rfjvlro from pie main wire and
I IfllrspBaTncs a lineman was terribly
wSWkiThe two vlroa accidentally
lcamew oataot
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ALLEGED STORM
IS MERE DREAM
Salt Lake March 21Thll tho so
called equinoctial storrn Is as much
of a fraud as the ground hog and his
shadow Is the opinion of A H Thles
Gen director of the local ofllco of the
weather bureau Mr Thleason says
today Is tho time for the equinoctial
storm because today is the day the
sun Is directly overhead at the equa
tor on Its Journey north
Tho fact that the sun crosse the
equator said Mr Thlessen this
morning docs not mean that nn
equinoctial storm must follow all over
tho country and thc common belief
that it does has no scientific founda
tion March 21 the day for time cros
sing of the sun over the equator hag
no more effect on thc weather than
the fourth of JUly
It may bo stated that storms of
the temperate zone In crossing the
country reach farther south In winter
time and in the summer their path
lies farther to the north Aa a rule
storms puss over the country from
west to east even five or six days
and are seldom over 1000 miles In
I width and aro often much smaller
I than that They require four or five
days to pass over the country so It
Is evident that the whole United
I
I States cannot be covered by any
I single storm at the same time us lo
the belief with thc equinoctial storm
Today thc only storm conditions
whore disturbances are at nil Intense
aro In Canada north ot the Dakotas
whore n high wind Is reported Even
thoro there Is no rain or snow Over
California and southern Nevada there
Is a storm center but those are tho
only storms In tho whole country All
tho rest of the United States Is en
joying aIr weather Slnco the
storms do not pass regularly over the
country It happens at Homo
points that there is n storm at the
equinox but this does not substan
tiate the belief In an equinoctial
stOrm Tho mere crossing of thc sun
over tho equator has no more effect
on the weather than It does when
the sun crosses the parallels
Tho local records In thc matter of
wind show that there arc four months
which have higher winds as a rule
than either March or September
Theso months aro April May Juno
and July In Ute mntter of precipita
tion there are only fifteen out of thlr
tyslx years In the local records In
whIch March 21 has seen rain or
snow In Salt Jako City
As for sunshine there arc several
months which have less sunshine than
March so that the equinoctial storm
proposition is clearly a humbug
WilL PROSECUTE
ERRING DAIRYMN
Salt Lake March 21In tests made
at Ogden by Heber C Smith deputy
state dairy and food Inspector it was
shown that mill sold by some dairy
men operating in Ogden was tampered
with between the time that it Iftaken
I from the cow and the time that it Is
placed In the wagons for delivery
A test mado of tho milk OB It camo
from the cows of Thomas Brown
showed that thc milk was far above
the average required by law Anoth
or test made of the sanio milk as It
was about to bo loaded Jnto a wagon
showed that It was below tIle aver
age
ageTho state dairy and food depart
ment takes this test ns conclusive evl
doncc that it Is the fault of the dairy
men and not tho fault of thc cows
that considerable milk Is being sold
in Ogden that does not come up to
the standard required by law
Following the tests made by tho
dairy and food Inspector a rigid in
vestigation of tho dairy and milk con
S ditions In the vicinity of Ogden will
bo continued and the offenders of
tho state dairy and food regulations
will bo prosecuted without fear or fa
vor Cwumlssioner Wlllard Hansen
says
Teddy Bcmes
More Home i 1k
Luxor Upper Egypt March 21
Colonel Roosevelt and his family cov
ered 13C miles from Assaan to Luxor
today lu the regular express arriv
ing here early In tho afternoon They
will reach Carlo on Thursday
Colonel Roosevelt will drive at once
to the Abdln palaco to visit thc
Khedive Thu Khedlvo will return the
call In person This will be the first
occasion on which the ruler has so
hoporod a private citizen On arriv
ing at Luxor the Americans were
greeted by a large number of fellow
citizens and shook hands with more
than vi hundred tourists rom the
United States At the conclusion or
the reception thc tourists gave three
cheers for Colonel Roosevelt and then
brks forth with the well known slogan
Whats the matter with Roosevelt
Hes all right
This brought n generous smile on
the colonels face and ho said
I wish I could give three cheers
for every ono from California to
I Massachuotts
TWENTY INJURED
IN TRAIN WRECK
Blsmarlc N D March 21 Twenty
people were injured two of them se
riously when a Minneapolis St Paul
and Sault St Marie passenger train
left thc track near here
Eighteen of the Injured were taken
to hospitals where their wounds wero
dressed Ten others were kept at tho
elate penitentiary near whore tho
wreck occurred for further treat
men
s100 Reward SIOO
The readers of this pper will be plcame3 Co
l earn that thcro b at least one dreaikd diiciK
cure in all its
Jut ioenw hw been able to
t3rci and that ul Catarrh Hall Calirrh
known to tho med
Cure lt thc only poiith cure
ical fraternity Catarrh Uinffa wrutitutiosjal
di cue required a coDJtitutipnal treatment
Halls Catarrh Cure It taken internally actins
dreetly upon tbc blood and mucous surface of
he system tbcreby dotrojiiS the foundaliou
of the dimsc Diid clvinrf the patient itreneth
by building up the corutltution and asslstinK
nature In doinz its vork > The proprietoiAhave
to much faith In itS curxrive power that they
offer One Hundred Dollar for KiyeiJt aat i
f tiLl to crri Sc5mi fer < < o > r5i
AJdrca P IIi7EY CO Cclda O
SJTSoid by DncnH Ite
IU18 Family hilt sic tic lcs
WIL DOUCLAS
300350 400
500 a
sHoEsfk
Be3tn the World 4
UNION
MADE
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Boys
Shoes I r1 I
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and f
250
Fail Color Eyelets UttJ 4
w L Douglas shoes arc the lowest
price quality considered in the world
q and
Their excellent tyle easy fitting
long wearing qualities excel hoc of
other make If you have been paying
high price for your shoei tho next timo
you need a pair Give W L Douglas shoes
ex trial You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes that are jut u
good in every way u tho > o that havo
been coiling you higher price
If you could visit our large factories
at Brocklon Mai and toe for yourself
how carefully W L Douglas shoe are
made you would than understand why
they hold their shape fit better and
wear longer than other make
OAUTHlS I DoneUj nirue aJ rites t3
liimril on th t lpm to r > Uf tv w T er niralnu
hlun i llm trA InMrlcr h0s r kn > > ftnlnM
em Icrt lecll ph + irCfie4 for Sun in yoir
TliliStTI for h u OrdTOUAltr VLDooEU
DroeUoDL1u ron MIX ny 1 >
ROSENTHAL ALBERT
REESE HOWELL SON
INTERMOUNTAIN FAIR ASSOCIA
TION DELINQUENT NOTICE
i Tho InterMountain Fair Associa
tion Principal place of business Og
I den Utah
NoticeThere are delinquent on the
following described stock on account
of assessment levied on tho 22nd day
of January 1910 Assessment No3
of 100 per share to pay for Improve
ments and debt now existing the sev
eral amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders as fol
lows
Name Cert No Shares Amnt
J C Nyc 1 1 0 5Oo
H H Murks 4 5 GOO
D A Smyth 28 52 5200
Wm Glasmann II 42120 12000
O B Hudson 51 5 500
J G Reed Bros Cl
108 170 187 221 225
and 232 C3 Co00
Wheelwright Mere Co
67 and 223 15 1500
Goo A Hodson 1C5 2 200
John Hoxer ISO 4 400
M S Marriotts 207 20 2000
E M Conroy 210 210 20 2000
M L Harbison 220 2 200
M S Foss 240 1 100
J W Bailey 241 211 G COO
J W F Volkor 201 50 5000
N II Ives 202 23 2300
Mrs Minnie Cartwrlght
2 < M 2 200
Frank Francis 2C7 1 100
D B Ellis 2CO 2 200
Grant Syphers 20 5 500
Wm Glasmann Jr 271 2 200
Ellen Larsen 273 2 200
W E Hart 275 7 700
Frank Pouitor 27G 2 200
D B Tracer 277 5 500
Roscoo Glasmann 280 2 200
00 Hefner 253 2 200
Thos Etherlngton 255 8 SOO
D T Tracey 233 f < 7 5 700
C Parry 233 it i t 3 1 300
A G Horn 21JW > 2 > 200 I
M L Jones 219 t 5 1 COO
N Mark 5 10 1000
C W Cress 15 20 2000
Samuel Hadlcy 2J 2 200
Jno D Powell 52 C 600
P M Poulsen 71 10 1000
S F Hosmur 109 2 200
H F Peterson 135 135 4 100
WJLindsay281283 15 1500
J S Carver 282 10 1000
Hyrum Goodale 149 5 500
Tryphena McAland 157 22 2200
D Hodson 1C2 4 400
J F Hurst 281 S 800
H G Wright 285 2 200
Jos Thomas 217 2 200
Ezra Richardson 113 107 10700
And In accordance with law and or
dor ot thc hoard of directors made on
the 22nd day of January 1910 so
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will bo
sold at the front door pf tho Wober
County Court Houso on the 5th day
of April 1910 at 2 oclock p m to
pay delinquent assessment thereon
together with the cost of advertising
and expense of sale
EZRA RICHARDSON
Secretary
Office west side Wall avenue be
tween 23rd and 24th streets with the
Ogden Wholesale Grocery Co
TUNGSTEN LAMP
The rlghn lamp nt tnc right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps are
unexcelled for life and brilliancy
To use the Tungsten means to re
duce your light bill and have twice
tho light for less money If you
have not used them call and lot us
explain
Snively S Bendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Vaoh Ave
BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
322 2Cth 3t
Meals same prlco oa Broom Ro
tauranL Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to S p m
LEE FOON 5 TOM Manage
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ry Wmai
Is Latcmml anj ihaald tnoir
iboottbewoadcrlul
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READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
If you arc interested in tho
Sugar IndustryFruit Raising
or Truck Gardening and good
local investments see us
If you drink drink
Cereo
a healthful drink manufac
tured at home
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THOMAS BROWN
315 First National Bank Bldg
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DONT SEND AWAY FOR
YOUR SEEDS
It Isnt that We can do as well for r
wo can do better In quality and price
and give you fresher seed
We can sell you paclcago seeds but
wo prefer to Boll you bulk seeds
They aro always fresher
GROUTS SEED STORE j
352 Twentyfourth St
If You Want Your
Auto or Carriage
Painted Nows the
Time
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for doors window casings etcl
use B C Cos Blue Ribbon
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C Cos Copolac Floor Finish
If you want Varnishes for
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BANK
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OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY 1
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
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Horace E Peery VlccPren
Harold J Peory VlcePree S
Ralph E Hoan Cashier
A V Mcintosh Arst Canllor
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FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
Capital and Undivided Profit
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John Plngrce Cashier
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Remember
Our store number is 2453
Washington Ave Oar Tel
ephone number is 3S
Our delivery system is
perfect
Our Drugs are the best
quality money can buy It
is to your interest not to for
get us when yon want a pre
scription filled
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