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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 2 July 1909

i z i = ZT JA 2 7 i i j f 4 s7 If FAIRS REAOH AND BENEFIT EVEFY AVE UE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED rr 1 tJh h jinudat Entered aa second etaae matter at the Poatoifice Ogden Utah under Act of Congrcoa published Dally except Sundayo l by Wm Glaemann J SUBSCRIPTIONS rt 1t fi One Month In Advance 5 75 r Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 RAILWAY CASUALTIES Tho total number of railway cas I ualties for tho quarter ended March 31 shows an increase of 344 but a decrease r crease of 05 killed What this means I i only a railroader could tell says tho Times During January February and March 1909 663 persons were killed L 1 t and 16211 Injured Tho loss mate J < rlallywas nearly 1900000 4 It Is stated by reliable authority that the Increase In mileage consider L ri ed the percent of casualties Is de < creasjlng for which tho public may i thank the press Horrible as are the 4t ii totals they must be little above that r t of auto...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 2 July 1909

4 J I r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY I OGDENJJTAajJKpAYt JULY f 2 1909 6 iT J A11I1I 1 r STANDARD TELEPHONES t EDITORIAL ROOMS I i Ind Phone two rings No 53 I Bell Phone tvo rings No fa6 4 BUSINESS OFFICE I Ind Phone one rlngNo 56 I I J Bell Phono 1 ono ringNo 53 RANDOM R fERENtS I ft 1 i I See the Baby Elephaut Cup and I Saucer free with one can baking pow r I 41 der next Saturday Grand Union Tea Store i I p j Dance at the Hermitage Monday il evening July G Cars after the danco t i Funeral of Jesse J Driver The fu neral of Jesse J Driver who died sud I denly Tuesday evening will be held at the Seventh ward meeting house n on Twelfth street at 330 Sunday af ternoon Bishop James Taylor will J preside No floral offerings J A Idlcwild Is nor open under new i i management For eliding decorations Van dor Schult Floral Co Fireworks illumination at tho Fair Grounds Sunday evening J Mercury Crosses Century Mark r The merucury crossed tho century V mark for the first time since 1901 In f S...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 2 July 1909

3 r 12 2 c 1 I 7 I J 1 J 1 I J I A J I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JU YJ 1009 T c The Fourth it l 0 OJ W i k ej 1 HE clay for outings and 14 IX 14 TUB draws on apace 1 < 1 Tri r1 The Fourth comes on Siuidny Jg r i tff 1L if this yenr so you cnn make the P IL > q s q i liCi Y I < most of it nnd cclcbrnto on the t t c > T 1 t 0 Jt Third and Fifth 1 I I l I 1 i I fA 4 1 11 j1J t Just think how much hotter r ff 1i > j youll feel and how much jnore I ti q J your friends will ndmirc you I t h t llP 4i nt i1r j if you appeal in net cool i k ntl 4t1 J < J clothes L ld j i fcZfcstW 1 rSXr r i 1 1 z kft J I ilm k y 4 PI Cvvm Wcvo Suits from thin 1 Xm A < iJ > i W materials splendidly tail 4 i Ii t c j u I A ored and correctly cut fa t i z f 3 i I beauties they are f r4 L 4 10 915 to 35 J 1 r i mjH l i y J > J R J l if t T < p Then weve cool Hats 4 th Shirts Underwear Hosiery r f TO JI av 7 and all sorts of Toggery at I t r L > HIU fc + J priceD youll pay ve...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 2 July 1909

a f THE STANDARD OGDEN UT kH FRIDAY JULY 2 igrjg f y LAKE 1 iSALT AND nil f STATE NEWS i BIG RESERVOIR IS NOW ASSURED J l S 1lt Lake City July IThe money I doa to finance the Weber Res J r sir Power and Irrigation companys + ject amounting 10 3750000 is as Trod and President J H Grout of 3 I avis stake J M Barnes Heber J t sJ i Th ffleld and others who are associ I ted with them In organizing tho pro 1i i I ect are now arranging details prelim jiinary to forming an Irrigation district agreeable to the laws enacted In the i tlasl legislature This news was given t Vul today by Mr Grant after a rl I lengthy meeting In this city with a ° I jfmber of other men who are also I oving in the matter Irhe project Is to build a big resor I 1 l 31r on tho upper Weber high enough i cover between 40000 find 50000 c tjes of arid and semiarid lands In 1 vober Davis Morgan and Summit I ountles It will Include all such lands n r lying between the Hot Springs north i t of Ogdon and the Hot Springs abou...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 2 July 1909

Yl i JLs > ir i C j I jH H i I j 8 i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JULY 2 1909 L I j I i Saturday r Specia fi gv LONG GLOVE SALE WE PLACE ON SALE TO MORROW MORNING THOU SANDS OF PAIRS OF LONG GLOVES AT LESS THAN HALF WHAT IT COST TO 1 MANUFACTURE THEM 400 pair of Long Silk Gloves i 75o quality your choice 29c 150 pair of Long Lisle Gloves 75e quality your choice 29 350 pair of Long Silk Gloves DOc quality your choice 39 1 200 pair of Long Lisle Gloves tiDe quality your choice 39c 4r 175 pair of Long Silk Gloves 1 quality your choice 49 I 350 pair of Long Lisle Gloves I 1 quality your choice 49c r 275 pair of Long Silk Gloves I 125 quality j your choice 59d r 325 pair of Long Lisle Gloves 125 quality your choice 59 i 430 pair of Long Silk Gloves 150 quality your choice 69 125 pair of Long Lisle Gloves 150 quality your choice 69 QUI entire stock of Kaysers 12 button Long Silk Gloves from n 125 to 200 a pair your choice a pair 95c Our entire stock of 16 button Gloves from 150 to 25...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

Is t i yl 1 1l I I 1t a t 1 1 fI I fI i r I I i t I Y If rl I J I i i 4 i i I 1 vi f f t i i I l J I I fa I J T I I i I I i r r I fc D I Y i J f r 1 y 9 4 t f i J I I I t f J j ll f I r a I I I I Pages 9 10 i6J THE OGDEN STANDARD Part Two 31 THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 157 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JULY 3 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I I I I f ct r Q O u < tr i r J4 1 r i How to Celebrate the FOllrth i T I 2ly 8ugene Wood 1 t I IIR rotulh of July is iot the seventeenth of Sep TIIR tcinnrr lL II 1reJl Who said 1 t was yon ask yourself i v WJms the matter who the man anyhow Ts Ilic Fourth of July I inquire I II Why the birthday of the nation What nation t Why this nation of course silly And as you sec me pucker my brows with a II what yerrean i cxprcs I a two hrse team in a tenacre lot hes that headless I dont want to say anything agin Brother Huffakcr but they aint an awful lot to that man if you want the atchil pineblank facts in the case Nevertheless Aunt Polly was more satisfied than ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

b JR t HORSE RACING INTHE EAST ON ITS FEET AGAIN By TOMMY CLARK ORSE racing In tho cast Jo coming back In great shape HORSE every day since tho opening ot tho season then has been Increased attendance Tho old tlmo enthusiasm Is again mani fested and horse urn rooted in as of yore and close finishes and able Jock oyshlp are loudly applauded Shortl after tho passage of the AgnowHart antibetting law ono could almost hear I a pin drop as a field of horses strug gled down tho stretch to the flntsli Even the old cry cC Theyre off was rarely heard and often a race would almost be over before the crowd was awaio It had started Surely tho law against betting had put a damper on things In general and It was freely predicted that another year would wit ness tho passlrfg of the thoroughbred in tho cast Tho change In conditions this season Is hard to believe Favorable decisions by all courts of law In Now York have pulled tho game out 01 the lire It Is no longer considered a crime to bet man to ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

I ° t m CO TIff zyZ4tL ItALL Th7i lY7FUffn TR OF rHlE flYJ p Y S 71ZZ2 Cl Zi2Ece < < a I f HE recurrence of the anniversary of the nations birthday always focuses C cuses public attention upon tbo popnlnr movements for commemo rating the stirring prints of the war for Independence and honoring the memory of the heroes who won the birth right of the new republic This year there Is especial Interest In one of the foremost factors In keeping green the memories of tho struggle for freedom namely that countrywide organization the Daughters of tho Amerlenn Revolu tion Several circumstance have contrib uted to make this a particularly I hu Ill cunt period In the history of the pietit body of feminine descendants of the men who fought under leadership of Gen ciul Washington For one thing there Is the recent tre mendous Increase In the membership of the D A It ap the society Is commonly designated During the past twelve months more than OCHXI new members have been admitted to the socie...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

+ t + + + + + + H + iHH + UNION LABOR DEPARTMENT + t Ijl Under the Auspices Address all Communications to r tC of the W M PIGGOTT Editor i OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street t + 4 + + + + + HiH + + + DO YOU RECOGNIZE HIM Ho was walking up town It was on Saturday night That the Union mot and ho said twas not right To compel a poor man who Is work ing his best To pay so much dues so ho slopped for a resL lie walked In a saloon and ordered the beor WWeli was placed on a table and ho drew up a chair And commenced to reason about In this way IIA man cant stand It on three dol lars a day Ho drank up his beer and ordered another And just at that time in camo a brother He asked him to lake one and was glad that they meL Besides its too early for the meeting just yet I want to ask you a quostion about paying our dues Dont you think them too heavy Dont you think were abused Well Ill tell you my brother the reason and why First Jots have two beers for Im getting qulto dry And the br...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

I I h I J t t Ej j Ef f T k ti 11 L Id Dl o h o p t s t c y a s 9o r 1a n n iO I t s m I 1 r Ie r 0 5IS 10 IS ri ns lE lEr 0 0e 1e lie 11eI r 7 c tat tatW he J ec ltl up mes ads sec oil ads ore lye Jur se li 3 ec lat ive ive1t in cc 1 ive lies Ice uc to rd arc cd L at tug M CITY ORDNANCE AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE OPERATING OF THE WAT ERWORKS SYSTEM OF OGDEN CITY PRESCRIBING THE RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERN ING THE USE AND DISTR BUTION OF THE WATER THE METHOD OF MAKING CON NEC TIONS AND FIXING THE RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR WATER Be it Ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Ogden City Utah Ci Section 1 For the purpose of giv fng more limo Care and attention to the waterworks n system of Ogden City there shall be II tere shal a committee of the city council which shall consist of five 5 o members lvo appointed by the President of the City Council with tho consent wih of tho mayor to be known as the Waterworks Commit tee said committee shall have commitee shal charge of and report...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

1 I u L M NEWS ANDVIEWSO FXRMEs i r T = ruI1flClllllllULtaUClnrUbaWlT tlru THE SOIL MUST BE FED Some Plain and Interesting Fig of ures Relating to Removal Plant Food The Effect BY PROFESSOR CYRIL G HOPKINS University of Illlnot In a threeyear rotation of corn oats and clover lot us assume ylelds of 100 bushelS per acre of corn and oats four Ions of clover and four bushels of clover need Vo may sow cowpeas in the corn tho last cultivation nnd possibly produce a I catch crop of onehalf ton to the aero Wo will plan to husk the ear corn and leave the stalks tin the land to be disUted down for seeding oats and clover The oats should be cut as high ns possible and tho threshed oat straw should bo spread over the land clthor before or after rotting as may bo found best The third year the clover may be clipped perhaps two weelcs before hay ing and left lying on tho land tho second crop being harvested later for seed using a bunchcr attached to the mower o as to avoid raking The threshed clo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

I I I l I f I I II t I Jd I f f i 13t3 t3 t3s r t IS I J 1 It e It r or Iecd cd cdIt It c IS t or 1 11 n er 1 M IIa n1 I lulho ho lho an roo 10to I to are 001 mil al f1 cpt hoa lot th3 hcn own the nul fan lfJ and tM Ih IIll1 101 lick let n lbe nd I onn Id d out ladj rcKy Ky ptd s an In ugh al 10 all1e rahlo T1l1do In d ao 1 Ivr I but flplta or rGa I lallaI 811t allo I aJut NJ crl i II 4 wi I f rJ i 7 f e9hOpn tlBt ffJ enTrimmed Vlth en rd1T dIld V lV FF i < Jack Tar Costume of Blue and Wjiit e Linen tIf Jolly Romping Frocks I With BloomersSim pie Morning Dresses I for Growing Girls Outing Togs of Ser viceable Khaki The Jackie Blouse The Small Maid and Her D l JTUTUSOI Tbi NIC may aril ljth to go bacU to 11 1i hlldhoods hnppy hour when tho Eel M comfort and coolness of little folks 4J7 minor raiment IK considered How superior to minor aggravations might not ono serenely remain clod lot short nocks and short skirts In loose brcey blouses and Crocks unhampered by Intolerable whalebo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

r I I a flO HFAGB I 0 I I T c > > Cr L1IEdLS I vs E T Eai ie c > 0 I s TheGare of ROSES and the GRDEN Creating and o Maintaining a o Rose Garden t 1 FHILE the oldfashioned roses C rHILE endeared to many by tender associations their sea a son of bloom is confined to t the month of June when the general rosetide is fully on and desirable as they are other arid newer roses have 1 opened up far more enduring fields of bloom giving them always a season in which to establish themselves Rosos All tho Year Round Hardy Hybrid Perpetuals form a well established section and arc better adapted 1o all localities than those of any other class While these arc not as constant as the tender and ofttimes try ing tearose they are far more imposing in their habit of bloom with the added advantage of being hardy in the North after the plants arc once established Everyone understands that the most intelligent cultivation will sometimes prove a failure owing to adverse seasons or unfavorable soil...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

y Nl of bloorj J It Iasi wing all continj anger of I and itj Id other t ias with m a orS renrnali m seed drangeJ r e SOme I ingi aid i hesfl ttion ofj t be al > r after ith t1Y i r HT tt other d and j works 1 es t the nd by cason If the ilox OwS I heavy loom phini first lower best s by now ictivc n ef heav Iness this bcll PL plant bear dur nttcd l onial laden nlcr used ith a sight given st of i the = J re jr an er a vita r or ours lesy hos y on she tcsy ndli ccpt place to be arc icak ition sten olizc self ntcr tngs and good ves c if ntrol it it cc of incss y no > p of hool and ncr If in pos his Is of nter appi ffort The every prc j Nettle when one juice uring cold 3 and ed in 1 > ming I NO GUESS WORK < I r I WEATHER FORECAST STANDARD DISPATCHES w ARE GENUINE AND GUAR ANTEED BY r THE GREATEST i4 I c UTAHT THE HE INDICATIONS WILL BE ARE NEWS ALLY F AIR GENER GATHERING ASSOCIATION o t TONIGHT AND TO I + h10RROW CIATION IN THE WORLD I 39TH YEAR NO 157 1 P OGDEN CITY UTAH SAT...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

J i I i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JULY 3 1909 CI v m > > < W M > 1 Wrestling Pugilism Basea1i I t ing Obiling l lRVr wrf 1 i KETCIIEL AND PAPKE I FI6IIT ON MONDAY I They Hnvo a Rivalry of Long Stand Ing to Settle I Tho next lighting card of national Importance will take place at Colma next Mondav when Stanley Ketchel aridvjTlllypapko clash In a 15round bout This Will be the fourth meet Ing between these boys and It should prove to be the fastest bout of the ser ies In the first contest that was hold at Milwaukee Kotchel dropped Papke In the first round for the count of nine and although the Spring Valley boy did not recuperate for four rounds the Montana wonder had all thai he could do to gain a decision at the end of the tenth In the second bout which was decided at Los Angeles Papko trained faithfully while Stanley held his opponent too cheap In con sequence Papko closed KetchcPs eyes and beat him decisively up to the twelfth when the bout was slopped Aftor this...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

is > I 4 2357 J I 0Gden Business Directory V tuCrLsLI tu thla column cua 1 T5c por lEna por month payable In aV VBIIIC AlAORD and anything Dell 333 J lt I ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Lic ns d and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber county Otlica under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS SHREEVE MADSEN 1st NaL Bank j F C WOO DS CO1st NaL Bank ATTOEIEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary J Probate and Real Estate Law Special 1 ties First Nat Bk Bldg Phones A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Of fices over Ba con s Drug Store I seek the Business 01 all parties ain at torney against all corporations and f monopolies Prepared to transact any f and all Kinds of legal business I e T HULANISKIAttorneyatLaw Rooms 407108 First National Bank building General practice S T CORNAtlorneyatLaw207 COS First Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZAttorneyAnt Counselor at Law 10 and 41 First Na tional Bank Bldg Ogdea Utah Both hones Notary R S FARNSWORTHAttorneya Law314 aid 315 Ecclcs Bldg CONTRACTORS BUILDERS C ST...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

q FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ABE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED r t 11 tE jtnndnt Entered as second ciaso matter at the Postoffico Ogden Uh under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sundays i by Wm Glaomann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 my Circulation guarantee f I fhit Certifies tbat the circulation of the EVENING STANDARD andn guaranteed bj the bat t to audited is 8D r Atlrertuert Certified Circulation Btf Rook Cn r r a a inS w Ctc1 r ThiS Paper has proved bj nits IlJtoD that the circulation records arc kepi with tart and the circulatioa tinted with such uKaracv that adcrtnen may rely on any JtemeaU of same made bj the publishers eooer the ovrrciship and management ioconfol RuO 20 1908 g ADVERTISING RATES I The Evening and SemiWeekly I Standard i Per Inch Dally change each day 20c D O D change each issue 21c Twice a week change each issue22c Once each ween 23c One time or...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

I I THE STANDARD OGD3M UTAH SATURDAY JUL7 3 lo7i I I peGRADHIC 4 UNION LABEL QCO nv STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngo No 58 Bell Phone two rings No 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 58 Bell Phone Ono ringNo 06 RANDOM I REf ERENClES I See the Baby Elephant Cup and Saucer free with one can baking pow der next Saturday Grand Union Tea Store Dance at the Hermitage Monday evening July 5 Cars after the dance Idlewlld Is nor open under new t management To Make Extended Trip Mr and Mrs G B Hart loft for the east Thursday evening on No 4 for an ex tended trip During their stay they will 5slt In Denver Kansas City St Louis Cincinnati Chicago and Daven port la For wedding decorations Van dor Schult Floral Co Fireworks Illumination at the Fair Grounds Sunday evening Dancing tonight at Sylvan Off For Vacation Miss Grace Thomas who Is employed as sten ographer and bookkeeper at the Con sumers Coal companys offices left yesterday for Salt Lake City and Span ish Fork whe...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JULY 3 1909 I t r r l J RE your Collars ancUGuffs ARE I perfectly satisfactory Do they fit well look well and Wear well Do they come back from ho laundry with raw edges If yon have any of these troubles Just try our kind Collars 25c or 15c two for 25c Cuffs 25 cents Our Collars are all linen I perhaps yours are not Linen Collars will wear tu i I long again as cotton Collars All sizes and all styles Fred M Nye COlnpany 2413 Wash Ave IF 5 S I 5I MILLiNERY I CLEANUP SALlE b i d Our policy never to carry goods from season to season Your chance in Millinery comes now I t n 50 and 650 Hats 350 i 800 and 950 Hats 500 1700 Pattern Hats 850 I 1800 Pattern Ilals 900 I WOOL SUITS FIFTY PER 11 CENT OFF rw I THE 11 M TYKES CO 2335 Washington Ave r I RANDOM I l REFERENCES Bring In your cards boys and get the June and July numbers of Tho American Boy Theyre here Tho Topgeiy Dance at thc Hermitage Monday evening July 5 Cars after the dance Jesse J Drivers FuneralT...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 July 1909

1 JJ1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JULY 3 1009 iJI 7J IC 11 12 J h K r K a I rl 2f 1YI > 1 1 S IS tv f 1 1 I i i I V 51m to J lit litDl I 111 I In I Us 1 ih coc coclQ r lQ Jay Ilh 1E ne nea Irl ur An Auhc ihr iaf hr the W pis Jy i it itJr Jr JrW 001 100 91 1J 1aiel 15 25ft 20 I 7Dt ii est A nl hive LUawl awl ed 110 1 5c 9J lltrh 1lg j i I ence u 31w sv i ij j 1 t t i b P d x11 l t Mr and Mrs A L Hoppaugh or Salt Lake City and Mr and Mrs I Frank Guslln spent Sunday at Idle wild Miss Lucy Van Colt of Salt Lake City was nn Ogden visitor Monday Mr and Mrs David Gloyd who who have been visiting friends In Ogden for two weeks have returned to their home in Me Gill Nevada i Mrs Orson Riser and daughter Miss Rita Riser have returned from a visit of several days In Salt Lake City II Miss Laura Forbes who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs C W Tripp has returned to her home in Evans ton She was accompanied by Harold and Kenneth Tripp Rev N S Elderkin left Monday on his vacation which wil...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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