|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SI XDAV, MAY 31. 1891. ill! til AM LIN ULS It1U..u li ARE YOU Patronize Home Industry, f CW1 ' rf r.i by MONEY MAKER a .ru-it-.. i ; A the lu n Youth. a, 6tiaft.L, iif m .,Vnfi a tuap iu il.r tinJ t,J fr.Mu triu ! a j ut i ill a ut j.xx klij f IK - ' by UjoliLliI kar-ii- lh Mli ; trk lHlM-t!ll- by j fruluv . NAM lb pTlrttiLt bf tmaiu an iUir fancy Uirtns, Uiiiu-- ' tif frwi-t.tint j; iliiK-rki- r it ha nHiTi to num by, ih1 niiknijf but , mark at ihW.Iiljj too; tor at th iwm 17 attain! bui full is t t four in bus Ibfybt, r buj any, uuJ a Urribl in us :;; twknty-fouijti- i tuati-iivo- j ' iiH-b- n 1 ) ;... wr b cuUr liui I f : atioan never to use liw fSlraor.bi.ary ttrfi:j;tb to tb injury or buoii'i.st iou f ottirs; rather to do tliwii kindly turu or to tifofce jubttre auJ All this fiiir Jealuc Mown lliriu. tiiii'lf biiu afiiVor.teiu any of bat'koodaoi'tty be viaa given Dot only Uj to raidinc, but to tiu of au8trai-lioa- , quiet ihumiii; iUi biiuKelf, and also to of inelaucboly, from huh strange be often ould piihs in a iiioaieut to rob licking uuilmrsis of droll buuior. Uut, ou the bole, bewaii one of tbe eoile a'lu.i k' whom be lived; in perba, even a little mora i Iti.ni tn tt of t bein a very tail ruvk Uuu-outh, with lare featured and relielliotia hair; dark bifl arms .aid ng, out of promr-tioii- ; flail in deeriskin trousers, which from eioiure to the rain bad hlirunk & us to sit tightly on his limbo, leaving wvt ral inclu of bluish eliia between their lower end and the heavy tan colored shoes: the nether l i;armeut usuiilly by only one sum euder that was gtruni; over a course lonie tiuiile Blurt; the heitd covered in winter with a eoonskin cap, in summer with a muK'h straw bat of uncertain shape, without a bund. It is doubtful whether he felt himnelf much wierior to his surroundini;s, although lie confetied to a yeurnintt for H.iue knowledge of the world outside of the circle in which he lived. The wish was (rrutilied; but how ? At the age of l'J he went down the Mississippi to New Orleans as a tlatboat bund, temporarily joining atru le many members of which at that time still took pride in beintr called "half horse and half alligator. ' After Ins return be worked tnd lived in the old way until the spring of 1HIKI, when his father "moed nuain," this time to Illinois; and on the- journey of tifteeu days "Abe" hud to drive the ox wagon which curried the household goods. Another log cabin was built, and then, fencing a liied, Abraham Lincoln split those historic rails which were destined to play so picturesque a part in the presidential campaign twenty-eigh- t years later. success in life. They will readily tell you it is to the prompt Seizure of life's Opportunities. This is Your Opportunity, or one of thorn. Sieze it before it fades forever from your view. "We are Overstocked with Spring Clothing and Other Outfittings, and so far are we from beinjr ashamed of having made a mistake, we want the World to know it. "Wc bought tot) Heavily, expecting an Jtlarly Spring and good weather. We were disappointed, but we've got the !N"erve to stand tho Consequences, and so wre Commence June 1st, to Slaughter Prices, and let loss run amuck until we have Reduced the Stock. Nothing Reserved. No article or Garment our house lias escaped the Keen and Cutting edge of our Merciless and Impartial Pruning Knife. 35 very thing fit for Man and J3oy to wear. The Highest Productions of both Hemispheres meet and mingle here. The silent Eloquence of our Prices, Plainly marked in Plain Numerals, leaves no Loophole to escape by, even were Ave so Inclined. Come in and Examine the Ernest Line of Tailor-MadClothing, Eine Eur-- , nishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes and Everything Pertaining to Mens' Wearing Apparel. "We Court Comparison, and if you are not Convinced that we can Save you 50 per cent, on your Spring Clothing then we will give up that wp know nothing about Clothing. U.mu uiu-uutl- J lo-b- i;ki.k;i(Us skrvices. Siindav. It.'iv near Twnnty-ttftl- tret i 1.1. exercises of baccalaureate Ogden Academy will be held at 11 o'clock u. m., sermon by Ilev. A. J. Bailey, pastor. Special music for theocciision. All persons interested in the school work especially invited. Sunday School at 12:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor 7:15 p. m. At K o'clock preaching by Mrs. Lydia M. Bailey. A cordial invitation to all. The ft'or. Adams and Met am, fastor.J NOVELTIES SI.Mil NG. Specialties of OUR OWN not to be found elsewhere. Trinkets not too high in price, just suited for presents this time of the year, also something to brighten up your A 1TJLL LINE of fancy glassware, cake stands, home. berry dishes, glass sets, comports, and a Lemonade, and Water Sets. Over 30 different vari the year. ti-- suitable s SERVICK. There will be a memorial service at the M. E. church this evening. Kev. J. Wtsley Hill will deliver an oration upon Tin' h'iny KilliiniK of the Jicpublii: The (i. A. R. will be present; also other orders of the city. There willl be appropropnate decorations and music. All - are invited. Sunday School at 2:30 for this reason of Ice Cream Fieezers. The celebrated Shrphard Lightningtln King of freezers. Refrigerators ! ! Refrigerators o F3 1 P3 1 r n ti - 4 '(I WEI i ft o 1 1 - I J xSf 2- Oril MOITO: Quality and Price Speak Louder than Words. li MKMORIAL hot of other things. The Methodist Church. street, between Washington and Adams; Kev. J. Wesley Hill, pastor. J TwiMity-foiirt- ! Rev. J(isial) .' Twenty-fourth- iBW ! HRIGIIT! ATTRACTIVE! 5- Services at It a. m. and 8 o'clock p. in. Sabbath School at 0.45 o'clock a. m. Young peoples' meeting at 7:15 p. m. THE FAIR 2443 p. m. an 2445 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. Methodist Church, Five Points. New Muthodist Clmreli E. Jayne, pastor. J building, Rev. (ieo. JUNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, Services at the Methodist Episcopal K. HObLANl), I'roprietor, Church at Five Points, Sunday, May 31st. Preaching at II a. m. Subject: and Class at 12 "The Apostle's Aspiration." in. Evening: Prelude; current events; lftO-ISTwenty-thirbet Wall and Llaooln. Sam Small; Methrdist University; The min Steam Dealer in Etc, I will furnlih ud erect Kniloei Bolleri, Pnrapi, etc., Engluei Coming Conference, twenty utes. Sermon, subject of the morning Boilers, Heateri aud Machinery by oontrio and do my work n tho belt manner. Gen rt taaoblne wo and irlnc promptly attended to at shop continued, twenty minutes. Founder S Word to the Ladies of Ogfden. Mrs. S. II, Abbott is now permanently located in rooms No. 3 and 4 Wright block and is making dresses to stand wear as well as to look at and at very reasonable prices. If in need of a dress maker give her a call and be convinced. IX (J. H Machinist. d T. MctilNI.F.V. MjINI.KV. D. G. AIcGlNLEY & CO., Gents' 'Furnishings, Hats, AND FINE SHOES. A WASHINGTON AVE., OGDEN, UTAH. NEW ! Presbyterian Church. :J22 Twenty-Fift- h Street. : : OGDEN.UTAII ' Important Notice. For the benefit of the merchants and Scowcroft & Sons Old Stand, SEW Lynne Congregational Chapel. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. l'reack ing at H o'clock p. in. "Take it before breakfast." Dr. Hen ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Low Rents. One house, 810; one house, 815. City water, centrally located. Enquire of B. II. (ioddard, rooms 10 and 11, Wright's new building. m one-hal- Congregational Church. Ailama rnviMiiift, To Ladies Troubled With Painful or suppressed menstruation. Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days before the expected perioJ, relieves all pain. It contains no mineral poisons. 2 Carries the lull line and is selling them at about f the price at which you can can buy inferior imjorted i,roods.Q it e WM. HARCOMB sr., ! ultbouSi m siiu thiiis be appeared a little l l to bis frieiida. Far tuor than Ask the Millionnries of our land to what thoy attribute their mm, MB i ,r At tbf rudf ri(j. laLt i ' l.ii.jp tjiikr, ti- L.ut-.- uikU And buy only O'dcn made Straw Hats as they are the WORLD HEATERS IN STYLE QUALITY AND l'RICES. traveling men in Ogden who may desire to work up some business with parties on the Sevier Yalley branch we have decided that on, and after tomorrow, to make a single trip rate from Ogden to Manti, Ephraim, Spring City, Mount Pleasant and Fairview $5.70, and round trip tickets, gxd for ten days, $8.55. This is a reduction of $1.25 on single trip and $1.90 on round trip. This rate will also apply from the above stations to Ogden and enable passengers to do their shopping in your city if they see Uio (Jkanhk Wkstkun Kmi.way. tit, Snow Flab Bakery and Cracker Factory, Manufacturers of all kinds of Crackers, Snaps and Ornamented Cakes for Weddings and Balls at home or abroad. SNOW FLAKE BRTilAX) In any style and will keep moist a month. We guarantee our Crackers to be Superb and without Superiors in the orders at factory, center of block, between Grant and Lincoln and Twenty fourth and Twenty-fifth- .