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I THE DAILY STANDARD OOBEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1910
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
ind Phone two ring No 66
Boll Phone No 322
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 53
Bell Phone one ringNo 56
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RANDOM
REfERENCES
Mrs W B Wodoll roturuod yester
day from a 10day flsning trip in
Idaho
Call Allen pnonen 22 for carrlago
for funerals and operas Prlvato calf
t specialty Also prompt delivery of I
xagg3ge H2 26th
H 0 Munsey proprietor of the
hotel at Lucln Is a visitor In Ogden
I Got your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Line tlclcotc at tho office In the
n Opera House Block Dont force your
self to stand In line at tho Depot
Henry Tlanini tho Roxburg Idaho
merchant Is In Ogden on business
For SiJIOOh1 mats Good to put
i under cnrpotfl Inquire Standard office
Marriage LlcenoeA marrlago li
ceuso was Issued yesterday afternoon
t to Earl C Uplhegrovo aped SI of
Jackson Mich and Miss Orpha Tor
vrllllger aged 19 of Fremont Colo
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to inauro
publication I
± Petition for Letters Annie McKar
land has filed a petition In tho DIR I
trlct court asking for letters of M
ministration In the estate of hor de
ceased husband Hyrum McFarlaml
+ who died May 31 1910 at Curlin Nov
The deceased loft properly in Weber
county valued at about 1250 Tho
land owned by tho McFarlond estate I
Is located near tho corner of Twenty
fourth street and Monroe avenue
WANTED Clean whlto raga at tho
Standard I
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r Guardlanohlp LottersA petition
has been filed In the District court
by William Lund asking for tho guard
ianship of Gertrude Vern Leonard
Ira and John Wesley Bookman grand
t children of Carl E Bengaon The pe
titioner is ali uncle of the children
6 who range In age from three to four
teen years and states that they have
no nearer relative who Is willing to
p take them as wards
Continued on Paeo Soven I
SELLING HORSE MEAT
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u Washington Aug 10 Toulons In
he countries of northern Europe are I
iverse to eating horse meat Where
fore they prolosted when reports
rcre spread among thorn to the effect
J that horse meat was being shipped
lo thorn from tho United Slates The
American consuls at Hull and New I
fnstlo England reported today that I
no horse meat from the United States
has reached English ports Walter i I
C Ilamm American consul at Hull
Informed the department that while
5 no horse meat from tho United States I
J has reached that port thoro has been
a traffic in live worn out English I
horses between Hull and Centicntal
ports where tboy have been sold for
food i
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FAVOR HIGH LICENSE
Gran Junction Colo Aug JHlgh I
license as opposed to prohibition was 1
endorsed by tho State Federation of I
Labor in convention hero today An
effort to have the Socialist party en I
dorsed I
was defeated
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V a Ji ii q AND
STAjE NEWS
GOVfRNORS MEET
I IN SAlT lAKE
SALT LAKE CITY Utah Aug 9
Tentative steps Ipoking to a confer
ence of governors of northwestern
and Pacific coast states preliminary
to tho meeting of tho National con
servation congress at St Paul have
been taken by Governor Hay of Wash
ington Executives of nine states
have beets invited to meet at Salt
Ixiko City preferably botween tho 5th
and the Ifith of August and discuss
conservation problems with a view
to tho adoption of a harmonious pol
icy
Governor Hay has been In corre
spondence with Governor Spry of
Utah Governor Spry telegraphed a
cordial Invitation to tho Washington
executive to make this city the meet
ing place and Is awaiting a definite
reply
I have learned from his communi
cation to me said Governor Spry
this evening that Governor Hay
fools strongly over some of the mat
ters that will come up at the conserva
tion congress and thinks it advisable I
for the western and northwestern
I governors to got together in advance i
I in order thai they may hn prepared for i
concerted action As to whether his
grounds am well taken I am not pre
pared to say
Tho last information was that
Governor Norris of Montana Brooks I
of Wyoming and Shafroth of Colora
do favored tho conference Idea but
that Governors Brooks and Shafrotli
wanted tho meeting to ho hold In Den
tor t have no information as to tho
attitude of the other governors in
volved
STOCK fXGHANGf
SHOWS ACTIVITY
SALT LAKE Aug Trading in
r mining securities on the local ex
chango this morning took ou consid
erable activity and was quite lively
As a rule all stocks traded In word
better Colorado sold at 11 J3 cents
which is bettor than for noverul days
Columbus Consolidated kas again the
most active security on the market
and there was considerable specula
tion In It this morning many goln
Into tho marknt on a buyer It reach
ed a now high point or 77 cents buy
er 30 days Tho stock opened at 71
cents which is bettor than the closing
prices Yesterday afternoon From
that It ran up to 76 cents and then
dropped to 73 cents On the open
hoard It reached tho highest price
Iron Blossom Was unchanged
around 71 cents Sioux Consolidated
was up slightly reaching as high as
24 cents During the open board ses
sion 1000 shares of Emerald changed
hands at 9 cents
The total number of shares that
changed hands was for tho morning
session 21S9S while tho amount rep
rnfionted by the transactions was S9
17210
Trading on the curb was devoted to
Opex the sales being 9SOO shares at I
4i cents and 500 at 1C
MURRAYS FIGHT
ON POOL ROOMS I
SALT LAKE Aug 91Vhen tho
Murray city council meets tonight
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The Giani fruit Jar i
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MADE OIL STEEL
Will Fit Any lFruni Jar 1
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WHY MAKE LIFE
NO TROUBLE TO
MISERABLE WITHOUT
OPEN YOUR FRUIT
OUT THIS GREAT
JARS WITH THIS Ie
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It Will Last Yon For Ever
Can only be had at The Standard Office Bring us a new
subscriber with 75c to pay for a months subsoription in ad
vance to the Evening Standard and we will give you this
GIANT FRUIT JAR
WRENCH FREE
Are you a subscriber nowWo will sell it to you for 26c
Those not subscribers cannot have it at any price unless they
bring UB a new subscription Now is the time to got this Fruit
Jar Wrench
It Is Guaranteed for 10 Yesirs
0 IL
the fiGht against the pool room In
the Smeller City which was driven
out of Salt Lake City will begin Af
ter being In operation one day City
Ally J Louis Brown deeded that It
was gambling In Its worst form and
criminal prosecution may bo Instigat
ed under tho state statute if no ac
Lion is taken by the council to
sup
press it Several councilman also
awakened to the fact that the pool
room was a menace to the public
morals and that It brought an un
desirable class of touts11 pickpoc
Lets and thugs to Murray Before the
council meeting Is called tonight It
In v probable that tho opposition will
be so strong that nn ordinance will
bo drafted at once und passed to
drive tho bookmakers on tho races
out of that city
Mayor Dentz and a number of of
ficials visited tho pool room when it
was In operation yesterday afternoon
Mayor Bentz did not seem to he no
much impressed with tho place and
several of tho officials found out that
It was a sure thing game and ought
not to be tolerated
The pool room was crowded with
touts and pickpockets who follow
the race game making a living of the
easy marks who play their money on
heir tips The place was also visited
II y a number of Murrays prominent
citizens and what they think about
tho pool room will probably be ex
pressed in tho council chamber to
night
J A Cornwall was the second vie
tim of pickpockets the
on Murray car
yesterday afternoon He lost a purse
jontalning about S12 Tie was Jostled
In the car by a crowd of men evi
dently bound for tho poo room In a
few minutes after he loft thQ car ho
discovered that his purse hud been
taken
THE SALMON REGION
IN CEN fRAL IDAHO
Fatal Accident and Fatal Shooting
Many Mines Being Worked
With Profit
Salmon City Idaho Aug 10
Crushod to death by a fall of rock
the body of John Doyle was found u
few days ago by a party of prospec
tors on Big Deer Creek twentyfive
miles northwest of Salmon City Ida
Doyle was about 50 yearn of ago
Ho was well known In this district
where he had been prospecting for
man years
lie was working alone when tho
accident happened and the fallen
rock showed that ho had Just struck
a rich lead of goldcopper ore It
Is not known how lone he had been
lying dead among his new found
riches as It was quite by chance that
his hotly was discovered
Daniel Molnorney shot and killed
Peeler Foster al Gilmore south of
Salmon City at S oclock Friday nIght
Foster was shot in the abdomen the
bullet passing out through his spine
Mclnerney Is In the custody of Sher
iff Waters of Iemhl county Idaho
The men quarreled over a mining
claim
There is great activity among the
mines In the Salmon City district
With tho recent completion of the
Gilmore and Pittsburg railroad to this
town from Armstead on the Oregon
Short Line old properties are being
worked with profit being hitherto re
tarded for lack of transportation fa
cllltles Electrical plants are being
installed to furnish power to scv
eral of the claims
The Salmon City district is rich in
a variety of minerals North of the
town lie the gold and diver mining
districts west there Is fgold copper
nickel and cobalt northwest and
down tho Salmon rlvpr there is gold
and to the southwest there is a region
rich in silver and lent I
Several coal prospects arc being
opened up In this vicinity Within I
two miles of Salmon City Is a mine
which has furnished CO per cent of
the total coal on put of the state of
Idaho The coal occurs in Hat dip
ping sandstone clay and shale de
posits The soam it approximately
live feet in thickness
Brick clay of n quality suitable also
for tile and sewerage imrpOHCs and
quantities of fine building stone are I
found In the neighborhood A com
pany has recently been formed cap
italized at S2000000 to work the
aluminum beds two miles from
town A plant will be installed to
extract the aluminum from the clay
afterward using the tailings for brick
Mines Working
Among the principal mines now
working in tho district are the fol
lowing
Yellow Jacket Mining company has
a sixtystamp mill which Is being re
placed bj a 100stamp mill The ore
IB low grade This properly is owned
by a New York syndicate
At the Italian mine owned by the
Leesburg Mining company there is a
thirtystamp mill and a SGOOOO elec
tric power plant will shortly bo In
stalled there
The Ulysses mine owned and oper
ated by R L Edwards Is a good pay
ing proposition low grade free mill
Ing ore Mr Edwards also owns the
Musgrove gold placers A cyanide
plant will be erected here
Tho Blackbird district Is said by
ovporls to be the richest in copper
in the west destined to become a
second Butte As soon as the GJ1
more and Pittsburg railroad Is built
down tho river an electric line will
ho constructed twentyeisht miles up
Big creek to ship the highgrade cop
per nickel and cobalt ores These
properties are owned by tho Dubois
syndicate of Pennsylvania which also
owns copper properties in Arizona
The Richardson placers and the
placers on Naples crook working in
the old leesburg placer pelt are tak
ing out plenty of dust Both are
good dredge propositions but have
hitherto been unable to secure suffi
cient capital for development
The Moose Crook dredge recently
changed hands on a paying basis for
tho last two years An electric dredge
will be Installed on his properly
fn the Junction and Gllmore dis
tricts are several load silvet proper
ties which are now on a pnyinp
basis since the G C P railroad
touches that part of the country dy I
Much Interest Is lining shown by
outside capitalists in the Salmon City
district which cxpcrtb have slated lo
be tho richest mineral belt in thn I
VrCBL
At present trains the c
on G P run
from Armstead to Shimon on Mon
dayn Wednesdays and
Fridays re
turning on tit following flays Tho
distance from Arnihtoad on the Oiv
gon Short Line is one hundred and
twenty miles
TOOK CARBOLIC BY MISTAKE
Provo Aug IOMiRS
Zolma lOn
nedy a waitress nt tho Hotel Robert h
took a teaspoonful dose of carbolic
acid Tuesday morning thinking it
was medicine Mlfis Kenned has
been in Provo for tho j r aft two years 1
comm here fiom Sioux City iowi
Sho has been nirlctud at LImB wltii
a pain in her aide and uusday morn
lug hurrUdly wont Ihto her room and
took a dose of the held mistaking It
for a medicine which she had been
In the habit of taking every morning
Sho was hurried to limo Provo genet al
hospital where It was discovered that
while her throat ana mouth wore se
verely burned she wit suffer no ill
effects from time aciil
TRANSFER MANSHOOTS
SHOOTS HIMSELF
William Mason Attempts Suicide In
Pioneer Saloon
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Salt Lake Aug 10Comc on I
Matt and have u drink it will be
the last time with llJet Immediate
I y after extending this invitation to
a friend William Mason a driver
lor the Kimball Van Storage com
pany walked into the rear of the I
Pioneer saloon at 51 West First I
South street and fired a bullet Into
his body with suicidal intent The
missile pierced the left lung just
above the heart and his recovery is
very doubtful Tho cause of his rash
act is believed to he despondency
over a love affair wllh a woman who
Is supposed to hf Mrs W A Glen
son of Tonopah Nov
A short time before attempting to
end his life Mason wrote a letter lo
the woman and when he was remov
ed to the emergency hospital a re
turned telegram was found In his
pocket from the Western Union
which stated that his telegram to
Mrs Glnason dated Monday was
not delivered for tho reason that the
party was unknown In Tonopah It
I s believed by his associates that the
woman ha1 jilted him and brooding
over his disappointment in the love
affair he decided to end his life
Matron Is about twentysix years
of ago and was employed as a driver
for HIP Klmball Vnu C Storage com
pany where ho has been employed
for a year past During the past
week he has been very despondent
and has drunk to excess Tuesday
n chl he was in the Pioneer saloon
with a number of friends and was
drinking frilly Early In the even
Ing he wrote a leller to the woman
in till coon and soon after complet
ing the letter he mado the attempt
lo end his life
SIOUX CON LOOKS
VERY MUCH BETTER
WellKnown Tlntic Citizen Says oro
Is Increasing in Value
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One of the best little mines of tho
Tmtic district Is the Sioux Consoli
dated a proposlllon which has made
good which has been pounded back
grid forth but it in shipping a steady
and generous tonnage of ore There
Is a fine tonnage reported available
lor extraction and every one who
should know assorts that II Is a bel
l r grade rock thou was being sont
out six months ago The company i
JR working the usual number of min
ers and conditions are favorable for
the Sioux helD > listed among the Tin
tic shippers for an indefinite period
This was the expression made use
of Tuesday by Dr C P Harvlollo
the wellknown physician and mining
operator of the Tintic district Dr
JIarvlelle will be remembered espe
cially by the stockholders of the Opex
company as the man who volunteers
a few weeks ago to enter the Opex
and assist In rescuing several miners
who were overcoine by gases follow
ing jr premature explosion From
curly afternoon until the next morn
ing ho worked like a Trojan help
ing out tho twentyone men overcome
and assisting In bringing the three
men killed to the surface
There arc few men who have more
extensive opporlunltis for obsrvlug
mine conditions in Tintic and the doc
toms opinion regarding the Sioux Con
solduted Is the first given for sev
eral weeks by any one When asked
about tho Opex Dr Ilarvlollo stated
that he was not more certain than
the average citizen of the camp about
mine condllons hut ho was of thC
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opinion that it is splendid ground und
thai ore would be found afler th e
et
present programme of development
is well advanced
BRIGHAMS INTERURBAN
DELAYED IN CONSTRUCTION
Brl hum City Aug 0 Brlgham
citizens are somewhat disappointed
to learn that lobe Interurban road
from the Hot Springs to this city will
not bo completed before Peach day
as was first Intended Tho officials
of the Ogden Rapid Transit company
have made every effort to push tho
road to completion so as to haul pas
fengere to this city on Peach da
S 7 but It appeals now that
It will bo impossible to complete the
load by that lime even to oporalo
with steam Tho road has been com
plated as far north as Willard for
traffic with tho exception of electri I
fication and until the road is alec
trifled which will be about Seplem
her 1 cars will bo drawn by steam
engines to Willard It Is the inten
tion of the officials of the road to
Install regular service between Og
den and Wlllard on or about Septem
ber 1
The officials and citizens of Og I
den were given a rousing welcome
in Wlllard last week when the first
train composed of the two now I
coaches drawn by a steam locomo
tive made its first appearance In the
little town on the south The citi
zens there have planned a big cele
bration for August 31 when regular
service between there and Ogden has
Leon promised by the road
While no definite preparations have
been made for a celebration in this
city upon the advent of the street
railway here It Is most likely that a
H celebration will he held on thf
day the first through car from Og 1
ofii Is due to arrive hero It will
likely be two months before the root
rt f S 8t Elsewhere
Ask o1r I
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HORLICISI
The Original and Genuine I
MALTED HL I
The Fooddrink for All Ages
At restaurants hotels and fountain
Delicious invigorating and sustaining
Keep it on you sideboard al home
Dont travel without iT
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
Take no imitation Just say HORLICKS1
5n Mo QocHSin or Trust
to completed so there Is plenty o1 Y
i tine to make preparations
Jradlrr far limo road has boon com I
I Iletcd to within two miles of limo city
Mid track laying 11 flniahod to a point
about two miles north of Wlllnrd
PINCBOTTO CONFER
WITH ROOSEVELT
OYSTER BAY L I Aug fIrhc
odoro Roosevelt spent this evening
talking politics withWin oob jr
collector of the port of New York
Tomorrow he expects to have a con
lerence with Gifford Piuchot former
chef forester and lames R Garfield
oxsecretary of the Interior For time
till last two weeks there have been
no political visitors at Sagamore Hill
and the conference Is taken aa air
Indication that limn oprcsldont may
he preparing to engage more actively I
in political affairs
One of the principal objects of Mr
Plnchots comiu visit it Is believed
Is to acquaint Colonel Roosevelt with
public affairs and particularly In
conversation which is to be one of
the topics discussed by tho former
I president on his western trip
i Spent Day In Editorial Office
NEW YORK Aug Theodore
Roosevelt spent tho day In his edi I
torial office In this city Senator
Bourne of Oregon met him by ap I
pointment
Was your talk with Colonel Roos
evelt about politics time senator
I
was asked I
Not In limo ordinary acceptance of
the word he replied yet If suc
cessful in my mission the result will
be of the utmost Importance
I explained to Mr Roosevelt how
Oregon through her Initiative and
referendum direct primary corrupt
practices and recall laws has evolved
adopted and demonstrated the most
effective form of popular government
liiiown to the world
Colonel Rooaovelts indort > omenl
Is not essential to tho ultimate suc
cess of the cause but believing thai
lie has the same confidence In time
honesty and Intelligence of the peo
ple that they have demonstrated thny
hind In him and appreciating his
prominence before the world I real
ize that his advocacy will accelerate
the adoplion of similar laws In other
states This was the mission of my
call
What did he say
You will have to ask him
Colonel Roosevelt after the snow
lors departure said he was greatly
Interested In his visitors recital and
favored progressive legislation
I fiVE PERSONS ARE
INSTANTLY KILLED
CAPE MAY N J Aug gFive
persons were crushed to death tonight
when a train on the Pennsylvania
dashed into an automobile at Mill
Lane crossing on the West Jersey
and Seashore Railroad The dead
are
FREDERICK W FELDNER
MRS FREDERICK W FELDNER
FITZ MERGENTHALER
MRS FRITZ MERGENTHALER
M C JONES chauffeur all of
Baltimore
Mr Mergenthaler was a son of Ott
mar Mergenthaler Inventor of the
Linotype
The express train vas hidden from
view by a corn field and It was Im
possible for the chauffeur to see the I
train until he was within a few feet
of the tracks As the automobile
bore down toward the train Mrs
Thomas McNeill who lives near the
crossing saw the approaching express
and waved her hand frantically for
the automobile driver to stop his cat
but the man either die not see the I I
danger signal or thought ho could
cross the tracks before the train
reached him The express struck the
automobile squarely between the
wheels and threw It and all of tho
occupants clear of the tracks
GAUGH RIOtS
THREE WINNtRS
BUTTE Mont Aug DGaugcl
rode three winners today Miss Na
omis victory in the fourth was one
of tho features of the day Like on
the previous occasion she skipped in
apparently without half trying Re
sults j
First race futurity course selling
Phlllistina 107 Vesper 7 to 2 won
Quick Trip 109 McBride 7 to 1
second Jellco 102 VanDusen S to
J third Time 111 36
Second race futurity course sell
ing Tltur II 109 Jnhnsen 3 to 1
won Maurentanla 110 D Doland
3 to 2 second Mossback 109 Fisch
er 20 to 1 third Time 111 15
Third race six furlongs selling
Lord F Forest 10S Gaugel 7 to 10
won McNally 103 Taylor 13 to R
second Gretchen G 101 Callahan
S to 1 third Time 111
Fourth race one mile selling
Miss Naomi 105 Fischer 1 to
won LIvhtR 107 Lindhorst 20 to 1
second Yama ill D Roland S to
1 third Time Jll 25
Fifth race one mile selling
Knight of Ivanlioo 109 Gauge G to
1 won Mispilscion 105 VanDusen
C to 1 second J C Clem 109 Co
burn 6 to 1 third Time 112 25
Sixth race six furlongs selling
May Sutton 110fGaugel 0 to i
won Saathla 110 Jahnson Ii > to t
secant Prvcu 112 McBride S Io3
third Time 115 35
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SAN DIEGO TO CELEBRATE
OPENING OF CANAL
San Diego Calif Aug 10 Cali
fornia now Is asurod of two exposi
tions to celebrate the opening of the
Panama canal In 1915 Voter of San
Ufcuo at a municipal oltctlon hol
today decided to Issue hnuds in tho
amount of 1000000 for linpiovomoiil
of the city park already elected is
The exposition site and for the con
btruction of pcrmnunnl building
which shall constitute the nucleus of
Ibo fair
FELL FROM A CLIFF
Colorado Springs Colo Aug 10
JVjaplto a Jlungo of 70 foot from the
lop of n cliff Into Boar Creek canon
near hero today Albert Norton a
boll hoy employed at a local hotel
baKltilied no jnoro serloiiH Injuries
Mini j hrnirvn lojr and sovero hrnlpt
S S S DmvES OUT
0 0 NAUifflAL POISONItiG
Malaria is a systemic blood poison a dlaoaso which gradually destroys
a
the richness and nourishing olomonts of tho blood When tho malarial
poison bogins to absorb tho rich rod corpuscles of tho circulation
wo see
pale sallow complexions and a Ronorul Impairment of health But Malaria
moans moro than this and as tho blood bocomos weaker from tho poison
tho appetite fails digestion is disturbed chills and slight fever
aro fro
quont and In aggravated cases boils and oruptions livor spots and oven
abscessos break out on tho flosh To
sum U all up Malaria means blood
povorty and thu only way to cure tho trouble is to enrich and purify tho
blood Nothing is equal to S S S as a blood purifier and it Is specially
adapted to tho cilro of malarial troubles because it contains no harmful
minerals and while ridding tho blood of the malarial poison S S S builds
up tho entire its fine
system by tonic effects If you aro suffering with
malaria begin the use of S S S at once and by cleansing tho bloo
rid oursolf this >
yourself of
wasting disease Book on the Blood and any medical
advice froo to oil
THE
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SPECIAL SALE I
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One GaUco Ware
T1llurquoiise JEiue wi b White
Liiniill1lgjJ BegiimrniIDlg
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Why Buy Cheap GIray Granite I
iff Yon Can Busy
A SUPERiOR ARTICLE
Ail fiJrne Same Plriice
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I i 2326 2328 Wa < Clh T5Tnii < nrftnvTrn
2 WvSSMIMgTOII Avenue
P i > > r f1 w t 5it
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To Everybody
We have what we call our offpeak sign lighting rate Signs
arc attractive and draw attention to your store i
I With a sign transformer and low volt Tungsten you can
illuminate your store front nt small cost Call us and we will
tell you all about this class of lighting
Dont let your wife break her hack ovor the wash tub
She isnt as young as she was when she said yes to you Call
1 at the Boyle Furniture Iho Ogden Furniture the Boyle Hard
ware and tho Sidney Stevens Imp Co and look at those upto
date Electric Washing Machines These firms will guarantee
the amount of current the Electric Washer uses per hour to do
the washing
These same tirms also carry the latest ideas in Modern
Gas Ranges We install gas services free but you arc at lib
erty lo buy your gas range wherever you can be suited best
i
To those who are using gas for the first lime remember that
Miss Berrington is out demonstrator who will instruct you
how to economize and gel the best results uitli your gas stove
PHONE 102
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UTAH LIGHT
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D DECKER Local Manager
c a6rU o n l II m
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Stormy Weather i
often brings on colds and kindred jib Thats when An ounce of I
prevention ia worth a pound of cure
Sunny Brook
THE PURE FOOD J
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with its rich tonic es stimulate every organ of the
body into tingling activity and quickly driven out the first
seeds of disease Absolute purity nnd mellowness make
Its uae perfectly safe and free from harmful effectske
SUNNY BROOK Tha PURE FOOD Whiskey is
distilled ngcd and bottled under the direct supcrvuion of
U S Government Inspector each bottle is sealed with 1
the Green Government Stamp showing the exact age
r strength and qUilal lylook for this tamp I
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