|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OliDEN DA1I Do You Want a Bargain i.KEaT urn ih Park. OHj iitfa Jj-CityZird.Drum - j.r,riiju at nam l" iU I trottinfi. u P. H. Kuacfce, Jr. t'ailarv, Tbo. All must Salt Lake. II. Harris, Fuiia. Mias pai'I-m- J. ; te Clothier, Hatter Bo-nr- u JMilt Lake, 23t ouaa. Pendleton. Salt Lake, enter M A. S. Kendal" Sail Lake, enter Riley K. Ueo. Edwards, Ogden. enters Maggie H. D. Caraoo, Ptaaaant. Kansas, A John It Ceu. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT WHO llirJewlfaii1 24th Street. While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. mm mm II roan. Hunts, Uedan, enters hi & enters Dolly S. C. Eviriug, Salt Lake, enters Denny Itvan. J. P. Stoneroad, Denver, enters BelleJ L.O. Lee. Ogden. Hyroa .siuitb Oha. Whitmore. Sail Lake, enters Otho. Thoe. Harris, Silt Lake, enters Mem fintio I home. J. Kanier, Salt Lake, enters Jim MeCord. a J. D. Mitchell, Salt Lake, enters Elder (ie-)- . Lucas. CALL EARLY. Brown. Iiurris, Ogden, enters Dolly Salt Lake, enters A. Fitzeerald. J- "Where Ignorance is Bliss 'Tis Folly to be Wise." Pomp. A. D. Carson, Pleasant, Kansas, E. W. S. A. D. Carson, l'Uasaut, Kansas, enters enters John Hazard. n.t; itrse 400. tkoTtim; 2:21 J, P. Honeroad, Denver, enters Min dry iroods store is not supposed to know anything about clothing, not more than a butcher would. It certainly would be a sad mistake if you would step into a meat market and ask the sturdy manipulator of t he cleaver what was the latest style of clothing. He would tell you to jjjo to a cloth-inu- : store, where people are posted on such things, and find out. if you want late Therefor.-styles, dependable materials and honest workmanship, go to a reliable clothing store. Let us remind you of oui stock. In addition to our stock of exclusive novelties, tine materials, beautiful styles in both suits and lone pants, We are ottering them, during this gigantic clearing sale at prices lower than was ever named on the same class of goods in Utah. Any person possessed of the least bit of practical wisdom can grasp it at a glance. A. oie's Ahnout. Henry Yerkee, Denver, enters BelleJ Alex Lewis, Butte, enters Contractor, (J. V. Heeler, Denver, enters Belle 2:18 clank; i rsk flOO. J. A. Fitzgerald, Salt, Lake, entera Mam-briu- FARLOBS. PAt-ut- Funeral DirectorW. r.rrv thn laricrat. moot comil.t. a and Kmbalmere. - urt rams. rleguit stock of FUNKKAL FURNISHINGS CASKETS Wort of Ckiugu. Service, eooductod at our P.rlori when dwired. of Uxli.. or Kliipmeut .peciaity. UUUTI Embalming SI ' 8f THE FINEST KSJLRSE IN UTAH. P. H. Hosche. Salt L:ike, enters Don Annus. A. G. Rvsdale, Salt Uikc. enters Tom Linderman. W. D. Womack. Denver, enters Ered W. NAMED RACK H. F. Garr, Ogden, H. Boy. O. A. FAKMLKY. See. and Treat Ogden Steam Laundry Co. Ogclen, enters Prince. Higby, HiHiper, enters Hooper. Richardson, Ogden, enters Sallie A. Z. Washhum, Ogden, enters Sport In additioa to the above entries over twentv running horses will be entered for the meeting, which entries will close the night before the races. ((i. LIBERAL DISCOUNT ON FAMILY WORK. WE Telephone , That Immense Lino shirts at Atterburv, Dobson & Co store is taking with all tlie gentlemen. of 173.- - Great BefactiM in 1'iiccs. Owing to the drop in real estate and the hard times, T. C. Chamlierlain, of t ho Broom Hotel, has concluded to reduce th prices of board to 25 cents n meal, and ILBO to Wpr day for board and rooms. Come and see. Those wishing a Fine Grade of Laundry Work should Rive us a trial. Special caro taken with Flannels, Lace Curtains, Woolen lllankets, Etc., Etc. 25th Street. Rear of Reed Hotel. enters Mormon C Iee, L. X- -- TROTTING AKD PACINI Zeimer A Stone. Ogden, nters, "Stone- moot. Gen. Edwards. ()den, enters Maggie , 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207, O. P. 1IENDEKSI10T, Uouatrer. FIVE POINTS NEWS. - NEED ROOM! Several new residents have moved to the Points the past week. The Five Points brass band is learning to play some very difficult music. Xew excavations are to be seen in every direction at this beautiful business center. Joseph Hutchens will erect a benuti-fu- i two story brick residence on east Second street in the near future. William Yager is our new policeman, successor to Officer Felkor, who has been called to render his services in the city. .. Col. A. J. Cropsey is pushing thejfouc-dntidof his large hotel towards completion, Sabbath schooi at the Congregational $27.00 chapel at 9:30 a. m. Services at 8 p. m. 21.00 .Attend everybody. Services at the new M. E. church at 19.00 18:30 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. There will also be a meeting at 2 p. m. for the purpose of 16.50 organizing a Sabbath school. 12.30 The Rev. A. J. Bailey and wife in com10.80 pany with Rev. Lewis and wife were vistheir friends A. J. Cropsey and 7.20 iting A. A. A. wifo Friday evening. And to get it our Refrigerators Must Go. If you are in want of one Look at These Prices: that that that that Refrigetators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators sold for $36.06, Now at Now at sold for 28-00- , sold sold sold sold for 26.00, Now at for 24.40, Now at for for sold for sold for 22-00- , at at at Now at Now 16.40, Now 14.60, Now io-oo- , These are Honest Prices and will Sell with a Rush. The Celebrated "NORTH STAR" has no compeer. It is a Full Hardwood, Dry-aRefrigerator. This is the Opportunity of the Season! Non-fille- d, ir DON'T MISS IT ! Affricultural Collejre of Utah. This is a territorial college supported by territorial and national grants. It has two short courses in agriculture:and complete courses of four years each in agriculture, domestic arts (woman's courselmeehamcal engineering and civil engineering. A two years' c?'.!rse business, a short course in cooking ami post graduate course in irrigation and mining engineering and a preparatory course. Its teachers are specialists and their work thorough. Its equipment of farm and shops, of cooking, cutting and sewof ing rooms, museums, library and laboratories are modern. Its students for last year, its first year f numueretl Li! and will be far mors for 1S01-2- These Prices will hold until we have our required space. got Come Early. practically free. Pctf C8' a. logue address the undersigned Rt 1 Utah. f't THE FAIR 2443 il and 2445. Washington Ave'nut, WM. HARCOMBE, : . Tuition A importers, Jobbers Furnisher! LvdiA Aiiett STAFFORD, MILLER & CO. UNDERTAKING & Mitchell. Sal: Lake, enters Elder I Lucaa A. lilCESY'S HARCOMBE, ecura Uestar. Ltn. Lake, etitens lecaa. t. tlei. Salt A 3GO bet rr U libaml axxi ground auraetna. Th the rircr. park m t! of It eitjr, Here . tbf prugraai aiul it iMMMK SML TBOTTlXb i:5 lUHi and lap harness DUSTERS. BUYERS by WE 3Tfc. tfea uJ ada.U territory dec aiui The Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City, go at prices Lower than ever offered before. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. and Par 11 . sad dles; COMMERCIAL: SI XOAY, JI'XE 21. 1891. V Retailers, 6gde, Utah Word to ttte JWi&'j rrf (sdcn. Mrs. S. H. Abftert S QOw permanently located in roctr3jv!o. II and i Wright block arid ife W.King dresses to stand to. look at and at very wear jia we reaeenaol rice'j. If in need of a dross maker ffSe hr,r a can anc) be convinced. A Man buy rtn overshirt at Luke's Knitting Factevy for 25 cents. 320 Twenty tifth AOfmln ml ill III u Clofa Hatters id Pttti street. Ladles" Gauntlet Driving (Hoves actual cost. Closing out at less than , ATTEKlil-RY- UOBSOS 2473-247- 5 WASHINGTON AVENUE.