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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

9 = tY r i J I l I t I FULL ASSOCIATED THE BEST i PRESS DISPATCHES AND i z fji ADVERTISING MEDIUM OTHER SPECIAL a IN THE I NEWS FEATURES s STATE OF UTAH 1 I r I And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER a 4 VOL VITNO 220 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 PRICE 55 OENTS PER MCi1Ti4 i t V 43 S rv 1 x I 1 art A t r I n 1 c Jr t t ti 1 o Y r cJ iii 1 i 1 flRfS REACH TE TOWN D PEOPLE FLEE rORllVfS Great fames Surround the Idaho lf own and People Rush Pc Strkkelll to Depot to I Board Wig TraiisCzeis of Near by r owns Are Prepthg to Leave Their U1omes4oss of Proper f S l ty Is kesmbe 4 1 m x 0 Ili rr e tom it aft td la tdro f + nd aft CO the sot ofj aut j ells nisOff len or3j Ins the 4i ors dod the Ion lah j e Ar lank C 3 0 LO t on n ba i taK tahLI j J a ng resIn Inc it r L la r Coir I d Il inSSOULA 3IONT Aug 20 Wallace Idaho is doomed and at 1035 the whole town was on fire The flames were first com municated to the south end of the town from the forest fires The last word of the telepho...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

I I I 2 1 0 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 l II I PORTING NEWS I I L B ± EBALLRESULTSJ AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Americans Win Their First DoUbleHeader NEW YORK Aug WTh Now their first dou York Americans won bichcader of tho eenson today from tho Daniels prevented St Loms viBltorn from winning the second by a srcat throw to tho plate In tho sev enth Score S First game n HE > 9 3 St Louis Now York 5 11 1 Batteries Hnll nnd KHHfer Qulnn Flatter and Sweeney I Second came R H E St Louis 4i 1 7 2 Now York 2 G 1 Batteries Pelty and Stephens v Vaughn and Crlgcrore I Detroit 9 Bouton 0 BOSTON Aug 205mlth and Col lins were easy for Detroit today and l Boston loot 9 to 0 Score R H S Detroit 9 C 0 Boston 0 I 3 Batteries Donovan and Schmidt Smith Collins and Klolnow Chicago 4 Philadelphia 6 PHILADELPHIA AuI 20 Phila delphia won from Chicago today 6 to S < The homo team bunched all of Its regular hits in three Innings Score R H E Chicago 4 c 1 Philadelphia u 6 8 2 teI1e...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

> I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 I e n f 3 1 0 I tOju fhk mo and 4 t4a lMne fvc ii by dilr tnd F 0 paU si 1 OffiCIAL I i CANVASS I San Francisco Aug 20Vith tho continuing of the official cam ass to day and tho securing ot late returns I from remote districts Indications arc f J that the LincolnIlooaevelt league the i champion of Insurgency in California elected its entire ticket at Tuesdays primary election I The offices still in doubt are those I of lieutenant governor secretary of state otato printer and clork of the supreme court A J Wallace declared lato last night that from returns Secured by telegraph from county clerks he has secured the nomination for lieutenant governor by 2000 votco over Francis V KocBllnp It was aaaertod positive Q Jj h y league leaders that its candi date Florence J OBrien has defeat I ed Frank C Jordan for the nomina tion for secretary of state that Friend Richardson has a lead of lSOO votes over Billy Shannon tho regu lar cand...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

r M = 1 j 4 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 II f 06DEN MORNING STANDARD PupHKed every day In the ycar by W4h GLASMI NN j iNDVANCE rl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 9Ey r rG6 Sunday ono month r Dolly and 376 and plx months Dally Sunday 700 Dally and Sunday one year r 200 Sunday Standard ono year f lb Dally three months by wall eo t e Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address Sub rlptionflll nil cases are payable In advance FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICESEVEN DAYS A WEEK WEATHER FORECAST I UTAH Partly cloudy Sunday local thunder storms and cooler at night or Monday MAKING AMENDS I Fifty years ago last July Charles Goodyear discoverer of the process for vulcanizing rubber died in the City of New York Al though he bequeathed to the world one of the greatest secrets of the age to which it is indebted todayfor one of its most profitable indus tries so far as personal emoluments are concerned he left it poorer than the day he entered...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

W A Jf l7Il 2Y 77 7 v h C d j THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 211910 u 7r A BJLJJOD MEDICINE S S S ll Q FO R1 YOUNG OR OLD v r Mr Mfc j ± r HZf A u V5h3 Xr LiX v > X2Q Jitx Wo all understand tho principlo of bodily nourishment how tho blood loadod with nutritivo properties circulates thriurjh tho system and con stantly supplies tho noodg of ovory muscle nprvo bono and tmun Tho majority ot human ailments aro caused by impuro blood because when tho body Is supplied with weak polluted blood tile cystom Is deprived of Its necessary strength and diseaseresisting powers Children do not develop perfectly nor aro thoy strong and robust unless tho blood Is pure and strong while old people are afiiiotod with rheumatism and other attendant troubles of old ago because of a weakened circulation S B S la mado entirely of healing strengthening cleansing roots and horbn tho purest and bost blood medicine for young and old It cures ovary ntlmont which comes from Impure or diseased blo...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

Ii r i L I 1 6 1 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 t 4 OGDEN 1 BRIEFS I Ii E HINDERS Hnvo you tried Wcsslers Best If not why not Ogdcn made Joseph Parry Sons Co Monu ments Washington avenue Mrs J F Kelly and J ar Kelly of Britton S D who aro Interested In the opening of the new bank In Og den wcro In the city yesterday and left after a few hours stay for Salt Lake City It Is expected that tho men will return to Ogden today A carload of that good Smithfield Flour Just arrived Special prices on Jones > our winters supply Edgar Co L H Peery who returned from a mission to Germany a few days ago was in Salt Lake City Thursday on business pertaining to tho Peory ho tel building under way of construc tion in that city Dance Saturday Night Hermitage Good music S p m Cars every 20 minutes Mr Gotshell stockholder of the Harriman railroads Is making trip from his New York home to thoPa cific coast and stopped In Ogden yes terday In company t with Assistant Superintendent E...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

y t I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 I j 1 i h c 1 f I t E I t r I c 3s SC i jj rd rde > e t C 2 tr trot ot tr m tea or 0er4 er o re C r your Ion 16 J c at TJtfth i IT I r UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R DUPART 1 6ExPTt tor the Lust 7W ruin 10 To SAIL LaUo 9tO am 32 Salt Lake 1asnonscr 1215 pm i 2 Atlantic Limited oaat t > 5 p lit 4 Atlantic Mall cast 610 pm i Grand Junction Uxprosc G1J i11 ARRIVE j S Ogden Pasonger lln in 1 Limited from cast 2M5 pm 6 Chicago J3x from cast 33J pm Ogden ExpreM 350 pm U Local from Sanootr i10 pm h1 dgg et4 I Utah and CaL ixpros < i33Q am p UNION PACIFIC R RCO Trl L No I FnlltholJnJ 1 Depart o Mall and Express I 830 am I 10 FRill Mall 1 835 am SlLou Ancclcn IJmltod dally12M pm iOvorlond Limited I 2M pm 4Atlantic Express 1 610 pm J of Westbound I Arrive C Pascenger 635 ELm 3 California UxproBB CO iiin S 1 Fast Mall 1117 nm Overland Limited 320 pm 7 Loa Anseles Ltd diUl...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 21 August 1910

ji = Ir f 1 r 8 c THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 21 1910 r r WESTERN PACifiCS FIRST TRAIN TO j THE HOlDlN GAT SPECIAL CARRYING NEWSPAPER ItTEN AND INVITED I 1 GUESTS HEADED FOR THE SETTIN CELEBRATION AND RECEPTION AT ALL STATIONS ALONG THE j LINELIST OF TEE GUESTS 1 Tho special train over the Western 1 Pacific railroad between Salt Lake City Utah and Oakland California arrived at Wlunoinucca this evening after an allday ride from Utah The special will remain at Wlnno mucca until this morning when It will proceed west The citizens oC tho Nevada town have prepared a I celebration and reception to the members of the press and the Invited guests of the road The special which is in charge of E L Lomax general passenger traffic manager of the road and G F Herr acting as host Among those on board is Julius Kahn congressman from tho Fourth I district of California who attended the governors conference In Salt Lake in tho interest of the Pacific Panama exposition Ho expresses hi...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

t I tt n l FULL ASSOCIATED I PRESS DISPATCHES i f THE BEST c AND OTHER 1 y t L ADVERTISING MEDIUM SPECIAL a I n r IN THE ii NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH X And Successors to TOE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER r VOL VIINO 227 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY usT28 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH I i nAHO fOREST nRlS BtGOMn AlARMING a Fresh Fire Broke Out in the Antelope Valley East i of Spencer Idaho and Got Beyond the Control of the Fire Fighters r V RANC I RS ARE lfAVHuG imM S 1 IN IHf ISlArm PARK HRRIJORY s Idaho Militia Ordered to the St Joe River Country Governor Morris of Montana Issues a l Proclamation on the Situation It i According to advices received by District Forester Sherman j ns well as private telephonic communinrtiou from St Anthony and Spencer Idaho last night forest fire broke out late yesterday after noon in the Antelope valley twntyHve miles east of Spencer and is now sweeping everything before it towards the east and tho l Island Park fire in the Targhoe forest forlyfivo miles further cas...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

r T T f b t Tgg MOBWING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 28 191C j I I > I I = p 7 I t f > Lr j The Toggerys Temporaliy Quarters r I Wo Are Located Temporarily the I Oreiirn IBullding f JO First Door South of Entrance All Office Work Attended to at THE R0YCROFT STORE 358 25th Stroot 8 H BROWNE 00 r i h SPORT NG NEWS h I BASEBALL RESULTS II NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 5 CINCINNATI Aug 27r Timely hit I ting enabled Cincinnati < > > win today from Philadelphia 5 to 2 Moore was wild while Moreii vas pounded In the I one inning he Ditched Score II II E I Philadelphia 2 5 1 Clncnnatt 5 11 1 I Batteries Moore Moron and Mo ran Bee e and McLennn I I Pittshurg 7 Brooklyn 5 PITTS BURG Aug 27 Brooklyn 1 today played In Plttsburg for the last I time this season and lost by a score 1 of 7 to 5 Good hitting characterized I the game Manager Clark was put out of the game for arguing with the I I umpire Scoro 11 R II B II i Plttsburg 7 11 4 Brooklyn 5 12 1 Batteries Phll...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

lei 90sZ 17 IOfl ir I r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH J SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 4 fr < r I I I y L 4 I 0i I l SOHN G fLL1CtEFELLE2 HEN It was first announced JWv that John D Rockefeller V heui contributed a num ber of tho linos pla od Into the mouth af tho capitalistic horo of CioYsiocd Moffotfo play Tho Bat tla ° the humorfitu of newspa dom hcd sovcn MI POrt with John D In tho irulao at plajnvrltrht Tho rumor man alco DoW his oppor I tunity The ploco was heralded 03 a plry that glees the poor millionaire a OAtnQoC It wan advertised through mQinraa not generally opened to tho tilUtrlcnl manager the stock tlckor jfor example so that It was not lone before there wore somo ready to take Cith that tho great llnanclor hlranolf use bcklnf tho production As a mttor of fact howoror Roolco fefiora chlnt contribution to The Bat tle 10 not Bought In the half dozen linen or BO that came from his pon but ruthor In his Inspiration Rockefeller of course has no personal Interest In the financial...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

n n n < lrt ll mz 1YWphiING STANDARD OGDEN n UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 1 iI I r OGDEN MORNING SrANQRD f pupllshod every day In tho11yonr by WM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTiON IN ADVANCE BY CARRIER IN OGDEN C I CiTY l Dally and Sunday one month f 65 b II Dall and Sunday six month 375 700 1 Dally and Sunday ono year 1 By mall outside of Ogden CltThr months in advanco 160 GOO One year by mall In advance lit Suhscrlhers wishing ruldross of paper chnnselt must gve former OJ woll ilS present address Subscriptions In all cases aro payable In advance FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS SER ICESEVEN DAYS A WEEK WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Fair Sunday warmer in north portion Monday fair RETURN LANDS TO PUBLIC DOMAIN 1 1 Since the announcement of tho policy of the administration to re 7 1 turn to the public domain all national forests that are briefly valu I able for agricultural purposes and of placing those chiefly valuable JII I t for forestry in the forest reserves there has been added to the forests i I 1...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

I I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY Y AUGUST 28 1910 J J 1 r i I iirr J Hot Weather Breeds Dyspepsia t I F 2 j L L0R OF I rz 1 r PARnO Will SEEK HE fROM COUNTY Appointed to Defend Murderer Riley Now Asks for Re numeration SALT LAKE Aug Supported by a statute that is silent In the at tel of remuneration for appointed at torneys In criminal cases James Par doc who was appointed by Judge T D Lewis to defend James Riley alias Thomas Hays who was tried and con victed for the murder of George W Fassell has established a precedent by filing a claim for 950 for local services rendered In defending Riley Members of the bar generally will watch the decision rendered In the case with tho closest attention for heretofore the onl > disadvantage about defending a man on a criminal charge when ho had no means him self was the fact that In some cases months of valuable time were lost and the only thanks was tho vague better ment of the appointed attorneys legal reputaUon When the claim wa...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

a t 1 7 P r J 1 jp l > I i d I THE MORHING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 i r I I I I MilK JESTS Of LOCAL SUPPLY I I I 1 Milk tests now being made by city Purchasing Agent Hoyt show that Og l don Is getting a very good grade of the lacteal fluid from the local deal t ers Samples of milk are being tak en from the various delivery wagons vnd depots and are being put to peclflc gravity tests at the city hall to determine whether or not the deal ers are adulterating the fluid The I jamplos arc taken at random so that I there Is no chance for any dealer to nave only special bottles of his goods examined Tho normal specific gravity of milk t ranges from 29 to 34 and any sample that should tstep over these dead I lines would cause trouble to tho deal 1 j er Milk at either 29 or 31 Is under suspicion In the eyes of a chemist l j 32 boing the average specific gravity I According to the pure rood laws milk I must contain 3 210 percent fat Of all the locaf testing only one sample...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

I L S i 3 j C THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 I 7 ii1 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R D PART C Express for tlio East 7Ci nm JO To SAlt Jnko 910 o m 12 Salt Lake Pnsscneor 124S pm Atlantic Limited cnm Io5 pin i Atlantic Mail caRt GB t > m Grand Junction Express 6iJ j 11 ARRIVE S Ogden PRt8engCt I1Z3 m J Limited from onat 15 pm e ChIcago Ix rom eost 33 Pm 7 OgdOR Exprclo pm 11 Local from Sonpot i10 Im I Utah and Cal TCxpron i2S0 um UNION PACIFIC R R CO T I io1 Eactbound I Depart WIMnll and Express I 830 am lOJFaot Mall 8i35 am blLos AnRelon Limited dally12EO pm JOvorlanU Limited 1 230 pm Atlantic Express CC0 pm Ko i WcBtbound I Arrive Pisflcneor B35 am 3 California Express i45 nm < S ttwt Mall lll am Overland Limited 30 pm T Loa AngolcG Ltd dally 313 pm OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO ciI North of Osdon I Depart 1 Quite nnd Portlandll15 am 131 OgdcnMalnd Motor Car 825am 13 Idaho Express 910am 3 Butto and Portland ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 28 August 1910

j 1 r I I I 1 j k rtLEJ t 1 fA r 0 U i I NEGROS BLUff DID NOT WORK i Went to Office of a Local Physi 1 cian to Muss Some one Up e t Litle Medico Had no Chance to Win Except with a Gun HeDid and J I A young physician of this city had a great opportunity short time ago to assume the role of hope of the white race anil It may be also pre dicted that had ho accepted the I I chance he would havo gone the way of a certain other hope of the etc who considered himself favorably > n enough to argue with an Ethopluu The honesetter attended a husky negro a short time ago and when his remuneration was not forthcoming he went so far as to attach the salary 7 of the negro who In the meantime had moved to Kansas City Tho attachment ought no results and the doctor was about giving up hope of collecting the coin whcn ln I p walked the negro Ho assumed a Jack Johnson posy and declared Unit I he had paid his fare Pullman dining car and all for the sole purpose of attending to the creditor He said t...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

90 a l 1 t J FULL ASSOCIATED 4 Y I THE BEST PRESS DISPATCHES t ADVERTISING MEDIUM A JD OTHER t z IN THE i SPECIAL t 3 bccn + rabl j NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH c nOIt r And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER VOL VIINO 234 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH d i LAV slice any MASKfO ROBBfRS SHOOT rend r man fal DOWN TWO YOUNG MfN IL U i FI tl H eA Y 9 9 i raymaSier Fowler of Brick Company and Assist k ant Brutally Murdered Near Hudson Hew Je York by Five Highwaymen I > 1 BANDITS SECURE 5000 IN ited H PAY ENVELOPES fOR rMPlOnS JI Negro Drivers Head Tom Half Away by Large Re 5 volver Bullets Fowler Shot Through Heart Robbers Escape lf eof i a I URE HUDSON N Yt Sept 3Maslw Ime men sprang out of tho bushes along h i lonely lane this afternoon holdup r Dent Fowler paymaster ot the Atlas f Brick company and his negro driven M shot the driver dead mortally wound ed Fowler and made off with a chest re of pay envelopes containing 3000 ad George Rassdale the dr...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

IC x < 4 < III m I THE filCfiSING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1010 t I 1f I Boxi Fair Grounds I OXNG I F Labor Bay Afternoon 1 r It I r 4P M I Jimmie Peanuts REAGAN vs SINCLAIR Intormowntaln Featherweight i ExBantamweight ChampTon I j I Champion i I y 20ROUNDS20 f 1 1 2 GOOD PRELIMINARIES 0 I I I 1 NtWSI I I SPORT N G NtWS I I J H i BASEBALL RESULTS I NATIONAL LEAGUE i i I I I New York 4 Philadelphia 2 3 i PHILADELPHIA Sept 3NuW I York defeated Philadelphia today I to 2 llaln slopped a doubleheader I scheduled Score R II E I Now York 4 7 0 I Philadelphia 2 G 0 1 Batteries = Crandall and Meyers Stack Shottler and Moran I 1 i PlttGburg 2 Cincinnati 0 i CINCINNATI Sept Plttaburg I 1 from Cincinnati won nn uninteresting game rom cinnati today 2 to 0 Adams was i in excellent form and only four lilts I were secured off him Score R H E j 1 Pittsburg 2 10 1 I I Cincinnati 0 4 2 Batteries Adams and Simon I Burns and McLean Clarke Boston 4 Brooklyn 6 BOSTON Sept 3 Loose baseb...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

l 1I I 4 i d II V 1 0 t t I I I 1 J j IR II n fi J l 11 I i t r iii f J > f T iI 1 1 f n < I i t I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEIffBER 1910 3 1 The Opportunity Us Yours in these prosperous times to not only earn money but to save some of it I 1 Opcu un account now with us and see how it will help to increase your funds Iw 4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts Capital Stock 10U00000 Surplus and Profits 10500000 = I Ogden State Bank I I OGDEN UTAH Capital 10000000 Surplus J 11500000 Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Timo Ceritificate3 of Deposit OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS n C Bigelow President A 1 Bigelow Cashier J M Browning VicePrest J E Hnlveraon Asst Cashier G L Becker E L Van Meter Joha 1C Spiers I 0 A PaiTiiley H M Rowe JN Spargo i cJOCIEY SURPRISE PARTY Laet evening the home of Mr and Mrs C E Bennett In West Ogden was the scene of a very enjoyable surprise party given in honor of their nleco Miss Bertha Bennett of Tope ka Kansas I At about 730 p m th...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

c I < r r I I 1 1 i I I I I I > I i I I I I II t I I I i 1I I I lil I I I I II I I i I II 1 I I t p 1 la i I I Ill L 1 i + I i I h i 7 I 1 I I I I i I > > 7 > J1 = 1 1 o z eg µ i a J i 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1910 L I I 1 1 J OGDEN MORNING STANDARD Pupllshcd every day In the year by WM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY CARRIED IN OGDEN CITY I Dally and Sunday one month Oat I Dally and Sunday six mouths 375 t Dally and Sunday ono year 700 By mall outsldo of Ogden City Thrco months In advance 150 1 One year by mall In advance ° vJ Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must givo former 1 I I as well as present address Subscriptions In all cases arc payable In advance I j 11 FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE SEVEfT DAYS A WEEK i WEATHER FORECAST I UTAH Generally fair Sunday and Monday r I i WATER FOR OUR CITY I I i Some one writing to a Salt Lake paper consumes much space I I in attempting to prove that Ogden in voting to build a...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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