|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
01DEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATTKDAY, JULY IS, 1611. LAST WEEK! ASHBY'S GREAT FREE GIFT SALE. LAST WEEK! Pair of Shoes Free, we have decided to add another Free Gift to the purchaser of every Fifth Pair of Shoes In ordr to "h e more of our customers an opportunity to get aworth the $4,00, Free of all Cost. Also, we will continue for a short time longer, to give to the Purchaser of Every bought for cash. acopy of Rand & McN'ally's "Atlasa!lofCost. World," Tenth Pair of Shoes, Bought lor Cash, Free of IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING! COME AND GET THE FIFTH AND TENTH PAIR! . . the nine before it have been bought by One or Nine different persons. No matter whether they happen to be $1.50. 3. K. or ?3 Shoes, Every Fifth and Tenth pairingoes Free whether Avoid the rush and come early in the morning. it like ever Ogden! Nothing attempted i.ooin exceed price. Nothing will be counted which does not aSHBY'S. "TOOTS 2337 Washington Aye. AND SHOES GIVEN AWAY! IS BRIEF.. CITY THE OGDEN SPECIALISTS. Co to the concert next Tuesday nigbt Smoke America's Champion eigara, 3T1 Twenty-fourteUeet, IL h five-ce- A- - ct THE Walk- er, druggist If you ever read an "ad" read Ashbj's and try your iuck. Try the New York Cbop House and Ell up, on a rirst-cl&e- ml s 0 Cabinet photos per dozen at 26 and 27, Kewoomb Bros. Rooms Wright's block. The Canton Lodge Xo. 2. L O. O. F. will give their second annual excursion to Syracuse on Friday. July 24. A good horse and buggy wanted in change for a city lot. Apply to 2427 Washington avenue. Up stairs. Spiritual seances twice a week. Sunday evening 25 cents, Tuesday evening SO cents at 2235 Washington avenue. E. O. Mavtield, traveling correspondent of the Omaha World Herald is in the city on business connected with bis paper. Mr. IL C. Tavey of Wallace, Smuin k Co., left today for Chicago, New York and other eastern cities to make purchases of fall and winter goods. Some cigars coet more than they are worth, but the Huby and lion Hon are worth more than they cost. uall Call at the sign of the big cigar and be convinced. W. S. Stone, Prop. Mmes. Kreeeer and Evans fashionable dressmakers late of Denver have opened their parlors at 735 Twenty fifth street where they will be pleased to see the ladies of Ogden. Work guaranteed. All citizens of Ogden should agree to meet at the Grand opera bouse next Tuesday night, and witness a oonecrt under the management of Frof. Kent, given for the benefit of the Utah University. Remember that Dr. Mallery has given "Vitalized air" over 10,000 tiroes without a case of sickness, and can extract 10 to 20 teeth without a particle of pain. Cull at Dr. Felshaw's office opera house and see our list of testimonials. 11-5- IiEA-DIN- JEWELEES. G SPECIAL ATTENTION CLOCKS, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, T. A-- Cottingh&m, M. T. Sterling and Hated Silverware, Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every description. Diamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. GOOD GOODS. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrators of the estate of Henry Ganguere, deceased in Utah Terpersons ritory, to the creditors of and alldeceased having claims against the said to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at his office 6 and 7 First National Bank building, Ogden, Utah, the same being the place for the transaction of business of the said estate for Utah Territory. M. V. 2463 WASHINGTON AVE. : SIGN OF TIIE BIG CLOCK. LOW PEICES. : J. STEINBERG, DR. The Ladies are invited to attend the Liberal Patriotic Feast Tonight HOTEL ARRIVALS. The Reed. Lambert Hodgman, Sun Francisco; C. E. Braubroker, Kansas City; Frank Maudaunt, Miss Odette Tyler, Orrin Johnston, Mrs. Adams, Miss Maud Adams, J. C. Bubkstone, wife and child, Fred'k de" Bellville and wife, A. Morrisy, M. A. Kennedy, C. Leslie Alien, Benry Talbot, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Hawkins, William Morris. J. W. Vail, W. S. Emery, John Furguson, Men and Women company New York; M. Metz, Chas. Metz, San Francisco; William Allison, J. A. Smith, Coalville; M. Howard, Chicago; Walter Nicholson, Oakland Geo. Osmond, W. H. HotTheim Salt Lake Tbos Oherle, New York; W. P. McAllister, Denver; J. F. Kirkendall, Omaha; E. K. Cambell, Indianapolis; W. H. Bietz, Salt Lake; II. K. Ingham, Salt Lake; Geo. W. Baker. San Francisco; Jos. T. Baker, San Francisco; E. B. Drueg, Chicago; Martin Schenk, N. ; A. Cohen, Denver; Jos. M. Wilson, Chicago; Chas. E. Ingalls, N. P. R. R. Ed Xaufmnn, Cheyenne; Robt, Graham, N. Y.; W. S. Emmet, Grand Rapida, Mich.; J. W. Vail, Omaha; Edgar Mackey. N. Y.; .W. J. Shotwell, Salt Lake; C.. E. Bement, Lansing, Mich.; IL B. Littleton, Denver; C. S. Wiggin, Denver; J. M. Stanley, N. Y.; A. C. Hor-toBoston; Geo. P. Butters, Boston; P. T. Baldwin, Boston; D. C. Miller, Newall, Iowa; Geo. F. Pentield, St Louie; C D. Stack, St Louis; J. M. Berry. St Louis; B. A. Cortes, St Louis; W. S. Nelson, Denver; C. J. Davis, Pittsburgh, Pa,; R. E. Farwell, Omaha; W. IL Budle, Oakland. The .Broom. E. Sprague. Lincoln, Neb.; E. W. McGathew, American Falls; J. II. Clark, Kansas City; J. Workman, Mot Springs; L. E. Perkins, Denver; Chas. Carson and wife, F. Fowles, W. B. Flowers, Butte; M. Amshler, Corinne; G. Calder, Salt Lake; Mrs. J. II. Golding, Chicago; C. II. Johnson, Butte; H. W. Nash, Pueblo; A. F. Burton, Atlantic, Iowa; I. L Nagel and wife, Salt Lake; E. O. Maytield, Omaha; R.W. Shields, Terrace, W. A. Scott, Sioux.City; J. IL Spencer, Twin Bridges, Mont.; II. Paterson, Bozeman, Mont.; Dr. Harry Willson, Jas. Harry Burns, London, Ont; J. R. Adams, Chicago. The Chapman. Fred P. SarnBan, West Weber; L C. SarnBan, Brigham City; Fernanda Pearlton, Soda Springs; John Tinsley, Logan; Harry Anderson and Samuel Zeppson, Brigham City; F. E. Boyce, San Francisco; Peter Arney, Denver; A. R. Tuttle, Oakley; Miss J. Carrington, Brigham; Clark Halcom, Salt Lake City; L. P. South worth, Denver; A. Alexander, Kelton; T. P. Alrey, Paradise, Utah; Joseph Wolf, Fort Worth. The Central. Thos. Horton, Salida; Jno.St.usrt, Hillard; E. J. Bishop, Chicago; J. S. Mills and B. R Hetzer, La GraDd, Oro.; B. Angle, Fourpaugh's show; Miss Ida McVay, Colorado; 11. Bemisk, Laramie, Wyo. The Wahsatch. G. W. Dent and A. Matech, Butte; S. M. Bumie, Grand Junction; W. Mason, Salt Lake. Y-- e; Hon. C. C. Goodwin will speak at the Liberal Rally Tonight. "All GlS M- - X TO Diseases peculiar to Women. All forms of Catarrh. Disease of Genito Urinary OrDiseases of Rectum, gansviz piles, fistula and fissures treated without operation. Cancers removed without the knife. OGDEN, UTAH : German Specialist, Ths above named doctors are regular graduate and have permanently opened office for consultation and practice of various specialties. Having bad advantages from the leading Hospitals and bpeeialisU of the East, feel confident in asearing-tbpublio that all advantages will be given cases equal to Eastern Specialists. as his at cures all diseases of a private nature as successfully by correspondence Hour. 9 to 11a.m.) Offioe over Poetoffioe. No. 321 counover the offices which is evident by the hundreds of testimonials from all to H m. Twenty-fourt!L Jtol Street Medicine furnished for borne try, none of which are published however. treatment carefully packed to any part of the United States, Canada or Mexico. incureable by Do not give up hopes even if your case has been pronounced confidential. Enclose others but write to me for advice. Correspondence J. STEIXBURG, stamp for answer. Rooms 23 and 24 Knickerbocker building 178 and 179 Tremont street, Boston, Massachusetts. ' MY NERVOUS DEBILITY & SON, PILL AND SEXUAL WEAKNESS Gilbert, e h WM. DMVER made from my special German formula, Administrator of the estate of Henry for male or female will cure most caes for Ho, or six boxes which deceased. Ganguere, Price per box 11 Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS OUR CLEARANCE SALE 24."3 Washington eue, A Ogden, Utah. HAS COMMENCED! larks, Goldsmith & Co. OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME, THEIR ENTIRE SlOCK OF We carry the Finest Line of Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soaps, Etc. in Ogden. The Peoples Store Summer Clothing, Gents Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Etc., rpRY AT PRICES THAT WILL MOVE IlTHEM REGARDLESS QF COST We intend to remodel our store, and belore making the Wcessary alterations, Stock Must be Reduced. Lall early and becure Bargains. TUTADTO P AT FVCTVTTTTT 0 lYlAniVd, UULUOlYllin IP n, Cor-inn- Diseases of the Ear. Diseases of the Nose. Diseases of the Throat. Diseases of the Chest. Diseases of the Skin. Diseases of the Nervous System. Also Galvanic, Faradic and Static Electricity used. It. C. Cot ting ham, Antiseptic Surgery in all its departments. The "KOCII LYMPH" treatment for .Tuberculosis. Microscopical Examinations made. You will find all your friends eating lunch liberally at Peck's Place tonight. Lunch tonicbt at Peck's Place. the same as opening." ASHBY'S 2337 Washington Ave. OH IU QPERA mi. FANCY A3$T STAPLE GROCERIES. PICNICLAJNT !V 155 Main St. Salt Lake Op-de- n QAFETY J I T7T I I i T t i we sell them cheap. FASCINATORS of the latest styles just arrived. of all shades and grades at low figures. sell cheaper than the cheapest. JQACES GRADE and shade of Velvets at a bargain. gEAMLESS HOSIERY of all gILK HANDKERCHIEFS kinds-pr- ice them. in Endless Variety; also perfumery THCZ ill iC JVERYBODY is invited to call and inspect them. First Store East of Postoffice, on Twenty-fourt- JL SM mm. Citv- - WE HAVE A CAR LOAD OF 1 for our Corsets for. JEMEMBER the People's Store has the Largest Assortment brothees. BROWNIjSTGt retail at wholesale prices. our Ladies' Shawls, and you will buy one. RIBBONS J) RIME we JVERY we out 'J'OWELS, Napkins and Tablecloths we are Headquarters QTTOMAN and Table Tidies of the Latest Patterns. The Finest and Freshest Assortment of PICNIC and LUNCH GOODJ.S to be found, Everything: in Canned Meats, Game, Pates. Pickles. Olives. Cheese and an Endless Variety of Crackers and Biscuits. Call and see me when you are in need of arky. Grand Opera House Building, 2516 Washington Avenue. 2461 Washington Avenue, down Glass and Queensware to close JMBROIDERIES JgNQUIRE Washington ml OB JJ AVE marked our J3JIICE 431 & 2433 Avenue. PA to 40c. our Boys' Short Waists, from T of Neckweaiv Street h Daly Bonnets ! BIG REDUCTIONS! 10c and UPWARDS! BabyWardrobe Complete! EMBROIDERIES! Knit and Mf'slin Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Aprons and Fans. Art I A Needlework fn And List Trice. Our Price. Men' io, thirty-inc- h wheels, adjustable, pope bearings. Ji0.uu M bd'b Kile. :Wnrh wheel, ball bearinm to both wheels . . W( 0 ft en'i Size. ball bearings to wheels and pedals.. 90.00 just received somc Amature (Jamera made. tSTWe have i CJlass cone bearings Youth's Siie : adjustable I I r. ; 1,1 i. t. di u, OU.UII I ti 'lift o ... , wijunmuw wnv noyS CIM., " 'O Also Girls Tricpclos, all sues ud prices WS.OO I List Price. Our Price. .. H.V0O 35.00 ill tt.O0 whi are the Onlv l"irt Cameras, CATALwi TIIE BAZAAR, niE TO ALL. LUSTKATED I Co. Twenty-fourtl- i & Grant.