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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 7 t 1010 s
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A April Sale
Ladies New Spring Suit
i Sale
I i 15 1750 to 2000 Tailored Suits T 1500
I I 10 2250 to 2500 Tailored Suits 1850
i i + 15 2750 to 3500 Tailored Suits 25OO
t h ti 10 3500 to 3750 Tailored Suits 275O
I i I 4 4000 to 4500 Tailored Suits 3500
t 4 4750 to 5000 Tailored Suits 4000
t 4 5500 to 6500 Tailored Snit 4750
I I 2 6750 to 5500 Ttfflwcd Suits 5750
I X
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I r 350 Sample Skirts at Manu
facturers Cost
iii 1500 Jackets 100O
SILK SALE
Ji XH01Ii DS OF YARDS OF BLACK AND FANCY SILKS
l qN SALE AT MANUFACTURERS COST
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I 135 Satin Pongee 24inch special 90
r 125 Mesaaline 27inch special S5
I + a 65 cent Measalme 18inch special 50d
65 cent Novelty Stripe and Checks 18 inch 45
b 65c Ben alinr 18inch 45
50 cent Novelty Nemo Silk 27inch 35
100 Foulard Novelties 24inch 650
125 Foulard Novelties 20inch 75c
25 cent Cotto Silk Foulard 28inch 0 20c
CALL AND SEE THEM AND GET OUR PRICES
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260 LADIES HANDBAGS AT COST
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1a a j LAST 8 THOMAS
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I r Ii SPORTS I
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I f i OUT IN 20 ROUNDS
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r I Chicago April 7 = Ill knock Jim
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1 Jeffries cold In twenty minutes
i Jock Johnson in his preliminary
training quarters at this home hero
I mode this prediction today when for
tho first time has outlined his cam
I qialp of ring generalship for use on
July 1 when ho meets Jeffries for tho
j championship cf tho world at Emery
I vllle Cal
r I can do It In eighteen rounds
tImid tho big negro but you can make
t It twenty to bo upon the safe side
j Thats no hot air If f thought H
I would better to fight a longer battle
I I Id any ao Jeffries wont be able to
feazo me In the opening rounds i
j 1J111 find out that he hasnt gol
I me sf od and then Ill wade in with
i j KOIII ioLjh work and sot him the
t t j fastest pace he was over up against
q think that I am every bit as clew
i or as Jim Corhett and I cnn punch
twice as hard as he ever could Ive
never been compelled to do my worst
In a fight but If I bad to let loose with
all force I could knock over an obe
+ lisk Joffrlcs will find that out
And I can outpoint him as easily
as Corbett did i
I In thIs preliminary training I am
giving most attention to m > wind
II not that 1 expect a long battle how
ever Ill leave here probably on April
t ISIm not superstitious and finish
my worl upon the ocean beach of San
Francisco near tho alto of the old
j Cliff house Xo mountains for me
Golden Gate park five miles long In
j j as fine a training place as I could
I wantTomm
Tommy Ryan Is dickering to como
i luto my camp and Id be glad to havo
him
Im proud to be the first black man
to hold the heavyweight title and take
It from me Im going to keep it
ORBICULAR IS CONTEST WINNER
OAKLAND April GAfter one of
the best contests of the scnton Orbl
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cular gained a victory over Chester
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Krum In the San Leandro handicap
at Emeryville today Much enthu
siasm was aroused as the pair was
brought out and tho victory was only
won In the last furlong Summary
First race six furlongs Ban Rose
2 to 1 won My Pal 10 to second
Frcdonla 12 to 1 third Time
115 35
Second race mile and a sixteenth
Mike Jordan G to 1 won Spring
ban C to 5 second Cocksure 10 to
1 third Time 156 25
Third race futurity courseGold
finn oven won Thlstlo Bell G to 1
second Balronia 15 to 1 third Time
110
110Fourth
Fourth race mile and an eighth
San LoaniJro handicap Orbicular 11
to 10 won Chester Krum 9 to 5
second Inclement 12 to 1 third I
Time 152
Fifth race mile Whldden n to 2 I
won Deauman 7 to 1 second Re
doom 7 to 2 third Time 112
Sixth nicf live furlongsE M Fry
7 to 2 won Mlnnedocla 4 to 1 sec
ond Rey ISl Tover 10 to 1 third
Time 100
JOHNNY KlING TO
I BE BACK IN GAMf
KANSAS CITY April CAt last the
case of John G KIlns the catcher of
the Chicago National League baseball
club appears to be at an and Today
KIlnS received a message from Presi
dent Chas W Murphy ordering the
player to report at Indianapolis Aprll
Ii or 7 Kling said tonight he would
telegraph Murphy he would join the
team In Columbus April 10 Its a
great day for me said tiling tonight
Im happier now than Ive boon any
day since 1 caught the final game In
the championship series In New York
In October 1JOS
I JACKSONVILLE CARD
IS ON ti MEDIOCRE
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JACKSONVILLE Fin April GThe
feature of today mediocre card was
the Impressive lclory of Darling over
a Held of smart two year olds in the
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6000 in Gold to thePersons
I r o Perseus Who Will Guess the Population of Og
l den as Taken by the U S Census This Month Get Ready to
I t 6 Take One of the Nine Cash Prizes and Subscription
d I the PaperSee
I Coupon in Todays Paper
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t I The Standard offers 9 cash prizes
to tho 9 persons who NO paidup sub
i scribers of the Evening Standard
I come nearest to guessing the popula
tion of Ogdtfu City as given by the
U S Census to be taken during the
month of April l lO
A coupon will bo published each
day In tho Evening standard and each
I paid up subscriber will be < entitled to
t 1 vote once ouch day until the census
department makes
an official an
I nauncpment which should ho soon
II I after April 30th
i Bring your guess to the Standard
ore and place it In the lockbox the
I Moy of which U held by Samuel 0
Bye county clerk who will open the
F box and appoint a committee to an ¬
I noun co the result You may mall your
t sunns but If you do you must ad
dross tho envelope to OGDEN POPU
LATION GUESS caro of THE STAND
ARD Ogden Utah but
do not enclose
anything in tho envelope but the
I gneae as It will not bo opened until
the census department nt Washing
ton D C announce the total popu
I lation of Ogden City
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Here Are the Prizes
First correct or nearest guess
Gold 12000
Second nearest correct guess
Gold 1500
Third nearest correct guess
Gold 1000
Fourth nearest correct guess 1
Gold 500
Five next nearest gucasoa each I
Silver 200
Ten next nearest guesses ono month
subscription to the Evening Standard
In case of tie those tying will call
at The Standard office and will draw
cute the person securing the longest
match or stick to bo the winner
Remember tho coupon tvlll appear
In tho Evening Standard each day
You can guess onco for each day
that the coupon appears In the paper
excepting on tho date the population
of Ogden is announced
All guesses must bojnV the ballot
boy on the day before thupopulation
Is announced
Standard employes or members of
tholr families cannotcompote I
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Fountain of Youth selling stake Sum
ma i
First race six furlongs Aphrodite i
won C Clamp second Lovengston
third Time 111 15
Socond race seven furlongs selling
Col Jot won M J Wholan sec
ond Kenmaro Queen third Time
128 15
Third race six furlongs Barnsdalc
won Camel second Seymour Butler
third Time 111
Fourth race four and a half fur
longs Fountain of Youth Selling
Stake Darling won Sir Kearney
second Moncrelf third Time
52 25
Fifth race mile and 70 yards
Great Jubilee won Mary Gift sec
ond First Pdemium third Time
114 35
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth
Pirate Diana won Jack Right sec
I ond Maximum third Time 118 15
RACE SWINDH
IS REVEALED
NEW YORK April GFor lavish
stage setting workmanlike execution
nnd ample financing the story of a
racing swindle us told the police to
night by henry Wagner senior mem
ber of a firm of billiard table makers
has no equal In New York annals of
tile detective bureau
To obtain 10000 the confidence
men entrusted their dupe with 10G
000 in cash hired aprivate car from
Ialtimorc to Jacksonville Fla and
Impersonated successfully a party of
millionaires one of whom was II 11
Rogers Jrr son of the late iice presl
df nt of the Standard Oil company
The story carne tonight with the ar
jest of a man who gave his name as
John Brown CS years old and de
scribed himself as a broker and spec
ulator but the police say he is Gee A
Rockwell alias Geo C Hammond
alias Old Joe Eaton a notorious conll
denco man
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JIFFRiES PRfPARES
JfFFRIESFOR
FOR BIG BOUT
ROWARDGNNAN Calif April C
Two hours baseball a row on the Sau
Lorenzo river mid a fast handball
game in the afternoon completed Ja
J Jeffries program on the second day
of his training The proposed morning
jaunt over tIlt mountain roads waif
abandoned until tomorrow when it
sill be made a regular feature of the
dally training grind Tho boxing will
begin Friday afternoon
Jeffries and his trainers expressed
much satisfaction tonight at the result
of his first days work the latter de
claring that tho fighter probably bad
shed two or three pounds In the days
grilling
I BASEBALL RESULTS
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R H E
Vernono 3 S 1 I
Portland C 7 1
Batteries Stoval and Brown Sea i
ton and Fisher
R IL E
Log Angeles 1 G t
Sacramento 2 13 4
BatterkeTozer and Smith lefty
gerald and LaLonge I
WOULD HELP BLIND
WASHINGTON > April GBOOJB
magazines and other publlcatlopg
printed raised letters for the blind
I will be sent through the malls free
rot postage Jf a bill passed by the
hJTUBOlodayv Is approved by the sen
I ate The measure will provide that
such publications contain no advertis
ing matter
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CITY CEMETERY
OWNERS OF LOTS I
Please Take Notice That It is Proposed to Form a Cemetery Associa
tion Which Shall Provide for the Perpetual Care Mainten
ance and Beautifying of the Ogden City Cemetery
In accordance with the power In me I
vested by authority of a resolution I
passed by the City Council of Ogden
City on the 1th day of April 1910 I I
do hereby call a public meeting of all
owners of loin In tho Ogden City cem
etery to ho hold on Tuesday the 26th
day of April 1010 nt S00 oclock p
m nt the City Cotiricll Hall City
Building Ogden Utah for the purpose
of forming a cemetery association of
by and for thi lot owners of the City
Cemetery tho object being to provide I
for the perpetual care and beautify
WILL BUILD
TO TETON
BASIN
The Oregon Short Line rallrad pro
poses to do a good many things In
Idaho this year There aro a number
of branch lines now under construc
tion several others are graded and
will soon be ready for the ties and
steel rails and still others have beon
decided upon
The last branch decided upon Is to
run from Ashton on tho Yellowstone
Park line over to GrlRSs In tho
Toton basin The length of this line
will ho about forty miles and will open
up a wonderfully rich country
Ashton from where tho branch Is
to be built Is fiftyone miles from
Idaho Falls and fiftysix miles from
Yellowstone Park station and Is really
the winter terminal of the Yellow
stone Park road
It Is the Intention to begin work up
on this branch Insofar as the grad
ing is concerned early this summer
and this part of the work will bo com
pleted this year ready for tjie ties
and steel The Short Lino has steel
ordered and which Is partly deliver
ed for the consinirctlon of 122 miles
of track and which will bo laid this
year
Where Steel Will Bo Laid
These new lines that Is the lines
whereon the grading Is now practical
ly completeare the branches from
Rupert on tho Minldoka Southwest
ern branch of tho road to Bliss on the
main line a distance of seventytwo
miles the line from Blackfoot on tho
Montana division to Aberdeen a dis
tance of thirty miles tliesc two
branches In Idaho another branch
from ValJe to BoyVin Ore a distance
of twenty five miles
With this mileage already graded
practically all the steel which the
Short Line has ordered for delivery
this summer will he used hence there
may bo delay In laying the track up
on the Teton basin line
HAPPY RESULTS
Have Made Many Ogden Residents
Enthusiastic
No wonder scores of Ogden cltl
Zeus grow enthusiastic It Is enough
to make anyone happy to find relief
after ears of suffering Public state
ments like the following are but truth
ful representations of the dally work
done In Ogden by Deans Kidney Pills
Mrs A M Ilotaling 2581 Grant Ave
Ogden Utah says For nearly three
years I have known of Doans Kidney
Pills and whenever I feel that my kid
neys need a toning up I take this
remedy A short time ago ono of my
relatives was afflicted with a weak
ness of tho kidneys and altnough ho
was treated by physicians and used
many preparations said to bo good for
such complaints his case became
worse Doans Kidney Pills procur
ed from BADCONS PHARMACYwero
finally prescribed and the contents of
one box effected a complete cure I
trust that this statement will lead
other kidney sufferers to give Deans
Kidney Pills a trial
Mrs Hotallng gave tho above testi
monial In July 190C and when Inter
viewed en July 30 1909 oho said
The testimonial I gave In favor of
Dnans Kidney Pills some tlmo ago
was correct In every particular and
still holds good You may continue to
publish that statement
For sale by all dealers Price CO
cents Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
States
Remember the name Doans and
take no other
CIULDREN TO
BUY SILVER
SERVICE
The committee appointed by Gov I
ernor William Spry to hnvo charge
of the raising of funds for the pur
chase of TI silver service to bo pre
sented by the state to the now battle
ship Utah held Its first meeting in the
governors office Wednesday afternbon
and outlined a plan for the raising
of the necessary amount It is In
tended to purcharfe Ji wrvicy of the
value of abonlviaOQO and tho school
children of tho state will DP asked I
for contributions as well as nil other
citizens
Thoso present at tho meeting wore
Governor Spry who presided D C I
Jnckllng chairman of the committee
Danderine wor w > n arj nrrtxlneea
hair lint as surolj as rain
end innshlno rites crops It prtxlue a thlct
growth of luxuriant hair rhea iiU ottK rams
dies full Vfo nurantte ianJerlno 111 drug
cms sell It ro coo and Jl per bottle To
prOTO its WOrth itnd thu ad II1tb 18 10 clampS
or surer and we xlil EAU you a lute free
SaBplr ESO WLTOX DAXDSBINE CO
O 10
7
Ing of each lot without cxcoslvo
charges
Tbo plan Is for the city to turn the
cemetery over to the lot owner If
they will form thomeolvos Into a legal
association for the purpose of taking
complete charge of the cemetery and
Its management City burial grounds
are managed In this way In many cit
ies In the nation and It Is hoped In
this way to accomplish more Improve
ments and beautify the cemetery at a
less expanse than In tho past when
each lot owner employed his own help
Signed WM GLASMANX
Mayor
State Superintendent of Schools A C
Nelson Mrs A W McCunc Miss Fay
LKSO of Provo and John K Hardy
who was chosen secretary of tho com
mittee A It Heywood and City Su
perintendent of Schools D II Chris
t 1Json wore the only absentees
To Aok School Children
A C Nelson and D H Christensen
wore a9polnted as a committee to
draft a circular letter to all the prin
cipals and superintendents of schools
In tho stato asking their cooperation
In the raising ot the fund They will
send out about 1000 letters asking for
popular subscriptions from the citi
zens and tho school children
Tho committee fixed a standard of
10 cents for the subscriptions of
school children but will receive any
amount from them from 1 cent to 20
crnts Each child making a donation
will receive a receipt stating the pur
pose of tho donation hut omitting the
amount and containing an autograph
signature of the governor
Governor to Use Influence
An the city board of education has
prohibited the soliciting of donations
for any purpose from tho school child
ren of the city Governor Spry will
call upon tho board and ask that too
rule ho sot aside In this Instance so
that the children of this city may bo
permitted to make their donations
Secretary Hardy was Instructed to
solicit bids and designs from the vari
ous manufacturers for the service anti I
submit them to the committee
Tho Intention Is to present tho
service when the Utah Is placed in
commission At the time of the
launching December 23 last It was es
timated that It would take about fif
teen months to complete the great ship
and have It ready to bo placed In I
commission so that the committee will
have ample time to raise the funds
for the service before the ship Is
ready for action
TE SUCCESSfUL
BEET GROWER
The successful beet grower says
Prof Townsend must bp willing to
adopt new methods and new tools if
necessary lie must be willing to ac
cept suggestions from those who have
had experience He must study care
fully the relation 6f this new crop to
his general practice In regard to ro
tation fertilization soil preparation
stock feeding otc lIe should pos
sess good judgment so that he will
not undertake too much to carry
through successfully Boot growing
calls for intensive farming and the
grower must ho able and willing to
look after the necessary details If ho
Intends to grow beets extensive ho
must also be able to handle labor to
the best advantage
When one takes Into consideration
tho benefits derived from this great
Industry tho profits that aro within
the possible and the future possibil
ity of the beet sugar business these
requirements of tho farmer arc not un
reasonable And indeed they can
scarcely be called unusual except In
their application to the raising of
beets Many farmers who can grow
a fine crop of grain fall short In their
attempt to produce a profitable yield
of beets Their system is faulty
their methods are slipshod thoy aro
too well satisfied with half a loaf
Then on the other hand we find the
farmer who Is of tho experimental
frame of mind and that too to such
an extent that he turns his entire crop
over to mere speculation and refuses
lo follow the advice of dearly bought
experience Wo havo our experimen
tal work for the benefit of the farmer
Let those whose business It Is to per
form these experiments give us the
results of their scientific work Be
sides tho beet Is not a new plant
Wo are heirs to over one hundred
years of experimental work In beet
culture aud while the beet Is a plant
by Itself and hag Its own peculiar
needs yet practically all the prob
lems connected with Its culture thnt
the average grower will moot have
been met and solved long ago Hence
the only safe way for the average far
mer to do Is to master tho knowledge
already at hand and then leurn to ap
ply this knowledge to the conditions
of his farm The key to the future
success of boot raising does not Ho
In tho ability of the grower to main
tain his present average yield but In
his power to Increase that yield and
still maintain tho fertility of his soil
The average European tonnage per
acre Is fifty pr cont greater than that
of tho United State Example A
raises ton tons por acre and B raises
fifteen 50 per cent more than B
tons per acre As expenses per acre
are 3500 and Ba expenses are 1 0oo
per acre the difference In expenses
being due to the Increased amount of
topping and bauljng At 150 per
ton As not profits would be 1000
per aero while Ba net profits would
to J275Q por acre
There In a disposition on the part
of a treat many farmers to Ignore the
advice of the field superintendents
Those men are employ by the sugar
fi purpose of
companies for the XPr8Ei I
aiding the farmers g t tne belt pos
sible results from the Industry and I
the success of either grower or manu
facturer is dependent upon the suc
cess of the other Both must succeed
In order for a healthy condition to
exist The atmosphere must be clear j
ed of this growing distrust In the g
l =
nnnrtmrnt of thcwo enterprise The
I testa of each wJ drorUp those of
W o other that it fe Impossible for j
Sthcr to achieve the best result
without the mutual esteem anal con
fiilcncc that Is orprewed lu the
phrase team spirit The knocking
spirit Is fed and fostered In the
breast of the radical and wo occas
ionally see its outbursts in our cqw
munitles leading around those who
mistake It for the spirit of patriotism
Besides adaptability and confidence
management the mol
In the factory I
successful beet Bower maRt possess
thoroughness He cannot afford to N
careless nor overlook the nalnuteit di I
tll In Uio growing of the beet crop I
Thc tender care of the young plant
caanot be too strongly urged upon the
fnrroer It Is II plant that will > lod
notwlUi
big returns to kind treatment
standing the fact that H Is a hardy
plant and a sure cropper
Tho successful grower will also b
on the alert for beet pests and dU
eauos for they must be met and conquered
th Delay
quered as soon as they appear
lay In this II suit Mai A knouledRo
of these things Is aboluily necessary
to success
OPENING Of LAND
NORTH Of OGDEN
Much interest is added to the open
Ins April H IB and 16 of about
270000 acres of the holdings of the
PromontoryCurlew Land company Its
the filing In Boise recently of articles
ot Incorporation for a railroad com
build line
pany which propose to a
from Saline Utah on the Lucln cut
off west of Ogden north over UK
Promontory and thence Into Idaho t
connect with the Oregon Short Line
there The articles were flIed In
Boise the president of tho company
being William II Bancroft vlcenre
Ident and general manager of the Ore
gon Short Line and thc directors of
the new company are officials of the
Harriman railroad
The lino for the first forty or fifty
miles will traverse tho district to III
opened to the public by the land com
pany and its advent If built and the
railroad men state that the line III
holh feasible and deslrablo will mean
much to owners of land In that sec
tion There will bo sold by tender to
the highest bidder at tho olflces of the I
company In Logan on the three dates
mentioned General Manager Soth A I
Lnngton of the company has Imposed
only two main conditions on the sale
of these lands one Is that the bid
be accompanied 6y a certified check I
or cash for five per cent of the val
ue of the bid and the other IB that no
bid will be accepted for less than the
value placed on the land by the com
panys appraisers Tho details for
those valuations giving the appraised
value for each acre In the holdings of
the company may be had on applica
tion to thy companys office at Logan
Mr Langton also states that it is
the desire of the officials and direct
ors of tho company that tho lands he
sold principally among the residents
of northern Utah and southern Idaho
who are acquainted with them and
with the proper methods for their 1m
Piovemcnt Largo areas of dry farm
ing lands similar to those now suc
cessfully cultivated In the vicinity of
this tract nro included as well us
much valuable grazing land An Ir
rigated section of about 3000 acres
In Blue Creek Valley will bo sold In
20acre parcels purchasers of dry
fanning lands or grazing lands receiv
ing tie preference bore flit soil is
similar to that around Tromonlon
Lots In the townsite of Howell where
arrangements havo already been inane
for culinary as woll an Irrigation
wator will be sold subject to the name
hid ferenc0
POWEll WINNER
OVER fMSIG
OAKLAND Calif April GIow
Powell of San Francisco was given the
decision tonight over George Mesmlc I I
of Los Angeles at the end of a sched
uled 15round light Powoll had Mes I
rule going from the first round but I
WM unable to put him out
MORE HOMESTEADS I
WASHINGTON April C Approxi
mately 23040 acres of public lands In
Montana today wcro designated by
Secretary Bnlllnger for settlement UD
dir the enlarged homstead act making
a total area d 13fi05OSO acres so tiesi
ignated In thnt Mate I
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As a rule the well
dressed man Is not
only wiser than the
carelessly dressed
man but more
economical He buys
better clothes and
takes better care ot
them and they last
longer
Now heres a Spring
Overcoat at 22 that
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will appeal particu
larly to the wise man
Are you wise or other
wise
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KUHNS 1I
Modern ClotHes
SHOP L
COME ON IN
WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT 2365
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Wanted to Buy
for Cash
Real Estate or a 4 or 5room
House Must be a snap Call
or write
Carl C Rasmussen
360 24th Street
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WALL PAPER
If you are not taking advan
tage of our
WALL PAPER SALE
you are doing yourself an in
justice
We have the most attractive
linn in the city Prices from
lOc a roll UJI
AVc also carry
PAINTS OILS GLASS JAP
ALAC GYPSINE ETC ETC
GRIFFIN PAINT CO i
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2310 Washington Ave I
Bell Phone 530 Ind S14
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MITCHELL BROS
Monuments or Headstones
Pay no attention to lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but ooo
us wo can save you money 1
Gif Ry iii1G4UisJ
ALL THIS WEEK 1
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Right reserved to limit quantities No goods sold to stores
For Spot Cash Only
Flake White Crystal White
Sunny Monday and Bob
White Soaps 7 bare 25c
Gloss or Corn Starch four
packages 25c
4 cans best Mustard Sar
dines 25c
3 Pa fresh Macaroni 25c
3 bars Pete Naptha Soap 20c
jj 2 cans Sanitary Brand
peaches < ff
j 3 package full weisht rals
ins
Sic
fancy donned Currants lOc1
Whole Japan Rice pound lc
3 pkgs Quaker Data 25c
1 boL Liquid Bluing 6c
4 lbs large Prune 25c
12 lb package 30c tea 20o
lib 25c Coffee
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Yards 2003 Jefferson
1 > sf weaves and heavy thread r IiI
are characteristic notes of many f
the popular materials for walkln
suits
9 lb sack fresh cornmeal 23c t jgj
7 cans oil sardines 25c tl
3 pkga Vermicelli or Spa IKI
ghetti 25c
20 lbs finest potatoes I5c mti
1 pounds brown sugar 25c R
5 Ibs Navy Bonus 23c EK
3 Popper Box Bluing 5c
2 cans fancy Whlto Plums 25c lt
3 Jbs fancy Evaporated I lr
peaches 25c
3 Pa Violet Oats 25c j
1 Pa Cream of Whoat 15c
Columbia Oats and Wheat r
Banner and Union Oats f i
Quaker Oat and Carnation 5 tR
Wheat with fancy dishes f N
package 2tc 6t
One sack limit good flour 13 y
Extra Early Six Weeks po fc
t toea for Planting 8 tf
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EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED
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SMiTH GROCERY I t a
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