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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
i IIi IiI j I I i II THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1909 j J I f I 1 H i I + 1 I P f A f i r 1 i II If Y b 1 IfII DRUDGE t 11I III I I J G f 1 NaT l kq I I I Anty Drudge Gives More Reasons r I LittJe EuniceBoo Hoo I had a pretty pink frock I and mama cooked it and the pink all came out i I otherHI didnt know the color would fade or I I shouldnt have boiled it along with the other I clothes I r Anty Drudge Anything will fade my dear if its I boiled long enough Boiling weakens the fabric and I I dissolves the dye The best way is not to boil your clothes but to wash them with FelsNaptha in cool I or lukewarm water FelsNaptha sets the colors instead of fading them besides making the clothes wear longer It also saves you time work bother i and money i There are cheaper laundry soaps than I I FelsNaptha but no other so economical I Sounds odd doesnt it I But its true I FelsNaptha is more economical be I cause it saves time saves work saves the cost of fuel and makes your clothe...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
J FTy t 1 Co 1I I 1 Wore e af i iJ ss d t I ihQtFr i sual VE I r odsi that1 1 j h Iserii Og i ay I their rl I Ai 75c 90c 1251 nter i 163 ii 4 i l Form ye ste bT lE ° msl r tbe lulum w o let cop ba pros tt sot ert b d utl mg dc z 31 FO t dn of rtr nse a tnht incbd Islatl 5 lltiE 5rinc Gig l0 and lr t1trais sful at hip l < HENJ iMIi Ed d md i ef en arl oil orer 4 t Iff 1 9 I hip J Ji r en a J Jr ties r neSs I ess I ss cess cessf r m 1 r t E i J 1Ii < > < u t7 r < j2 a Paes 9 to 16 I f TtiE OGDEN STANDARD I Part Two I THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 183 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 7 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS r a Irv q r t 11 t s b t t cYRUS 1 r r N fiction the schoolmistress who forsakes the IN Groves of Acadcmus for that West so felicitously described as wild and woolly is invariably young beautiful and charming Miss Cordelia Penley was neither the one nor the other nor the third thirdMiss Miss Pcnley was tall The romancer would have described her as slender the truthteller...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
L x i yy Iii MonevCant Buy 2 Pennant Winning = Teaml i 1 I I I I Iii I I I I m I j j I i I I I I II I 1 I I II I I j I I I j I I j t II I a I I j o ate 1 t i I t I 01 4 j Iac fj L I i I II r 6 i I i i r I I t I j m I I I By TOMMY CLARK iVERl once In awhile one hears EYERY disgruntled baseball fan ask O < Why Is It that the Cleveland Washington and Sl Louis teams in the American league and Cincinnati and St Louis in 1 the National have never captured a i banner Just before tho start year I meter roar tho above clubs arc sup tvL So stronger than the one be fore New wonders have been ob tained and old timers have been lot go I and many changes have been made I nnd tho learn Is now strong enough to I make a splendid fight for tho banner Bat as time goes on these very same Nubs are as weak as they were In pre I vious seasons Then tho winter months set In and tlo disgruntled ones discuss how the tram can win tho flag Ono will say i If the club officials would spend some of their surplu...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
I I 1 Ol f II k t Ji ft rt C T I t u7 j L I 1 f A tIf 1 t Jf d G E I 0 CI1 LLJ I V A 0 < E Q > Ea 1 o 0 THE VOtING BRIBES H8HSEKEEPING + UCCESS is not always certain SUCCESS young bride begins keeping house and this troubles her for she wishes to know be forehand exactly how things turn out She knows women who cook as placidly as they cat candy and always have good luck She has heard other women sneer al measuring anything and above all to level off the measurement The sole argument advanced by these women was the waste of time The young housekeeper computed the extra time used in making a dish the second time because of a failure the first time and the added waste of material or per haps the disagreeable feeling of being compelled to eat failures and she knew the saving was not on the side of haste The question of level measurements I set her thinking She discovered that reliable recipes count on level measure ments Then she found a distinct rela tion between teaspoons and ta...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
zTwtI I I fl r r L I 1 1 i V I UNION LABOR tIt t J t i I I i DEPARTMENT I II Under the Auspices I Address all Communications to > of the I W ra PIGGOTT Editor ijl II j OGDEN TRADES Ju ASSEMBLY uuu 375 Twentyfourth Street S r L THREE MILLION Just think of It Three million suits of clothes three million pairs of shoes three million hats thrco million lion shirts three million suits of under garments to say nothing of the nocks suspenders neck ties collars and oth I cuffs handkerchiefs overalls 01 things to numerous to mention that are worn and used by men Just anl think of It Quite a bunch of stuff Is It not A conservative estimate will place the amount of goods used by tho three million union men at at least twice the above amount during the year Then at least half of our mem bers have families s add t o the above the suitings for the wives and children together with the almost numberless other articles of house hold and feminine utility and what have we Then again the three mil l...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
d 4 w I I c r < I i t y 7 1f I u HgRjg t i I if r 1 Ii f I 1 I 1 t01 f < t < I I I ii r iL 11 Id t L1J 1 tI L Ia Lt Ltb ia C 1it 15 h e no al La at o orTI TI It It I r an a c o ei ill a o 30 ne Ic I iiI 13 Lad or I ols tbs Lad T2 or Or er tic THE PAYNE History of the Measure and a Summary of Its Principal Provisions The New Free List Aflcr one of tho bitterest and one of the most momentous legislative tin els in bo history of the national cnp lULL the new tariff measure the Payne bill hus been completed The progress of the bill throuph the legislative mill of both houses waa a eventful enough to satisfy the most pronounced era vow for parliamentary warfare The real battle opened when the bill house report 1J3S wns re ceived In the senute and referred to the committee on finance April 10 Aldrich of It node island the leader of the senate as chairman of the IInance committee subsequently became chair man of lie conference committee which was appointed to adjust the dif ferenc...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
I J r r r I r S S < f r I e jT S i Sv ft fi y m iwfivNwu HOW TO CURE CLOVER AN APPROVED METHOD OF CARING FOR THE HAY CROP WITH A MN JKIUM OF WASTE sir rrorzssos 7 > T w GOWZU llin Agricultural SUtioa The practice of the Malno Agricul tural Eperlment StaUon In curing clover IB to mow It when there Is a prospect of dry weather for n couple of I days and when It Is free from water or I dow and let Jt lie as cut hat day or I I t llli wMted somewhat on the sur x 1 a VwnY Jl ir v V KUier Just iJftVjre huht 1 1 if not turnWI thn flV V aStwnC H It I < turned or tc44J L Jsoaad Soy I JtnflaKiln toward noon In tho afternoon of the second day It IB put Into cocks uboutflve feet high I Ordinarily It is wilted at this time I but If the weather has turned dark or the olovor is very heavy portions of It are liable to be unwilled In which case the cocks are madQ smaller I The cocks are made by using small forkfuls flattened out so that it will come off In layers when handled ag in Ats It cu...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
i i I I 1 I I j I I J Ogden Business Directory Advertisements lu this column cost 75c por line per month payable In ad vance ALVORD ANYTHING Bell 333 auit ABSTRACTORS 1 THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensee and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber county Office under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS SHREEVE MADSEN 1st Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Real Estate Law Special ties First Nat Bank Bldg Phones A G RNAttorneytLawO lice over Bndcons Drug Store I seek the business of all parties am at torney against all corporations nnd monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal business E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLnw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice S T RNAttorneytLaw207 20S First Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZA t tor n e yAnd Counsolor at Law 10 and 11 First Na tional Bank Bldg Ogden Utah Both phones Notary R S FARNSWORTH Attonicyat L w3H and 315 Eccles Bldg JOHN T POPEAttorneyatLaw Rooms J171 IS First National Dank I31dg O...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 August 1909
f I 1 I r > i + I > 1 r 1 v Choice of Color Impor TJ tant Modishness s r Ot As Essential As Indivduality Sort I of Shirtwaists Older Women May Wear Hairdressing Ip t xgK UKT when Is roc tllrnln polnt H between youth and n ethe point J where one begins tho unrcllshcd JQ downhill pith At 20 wo are cer k lain It will be when the first gray lialr appears but nt SO or so when the pllvcr thronds really begin to assert them sulvcfl how pitifully young do woseem to ourselves to bo so atlllcted by mali cious nature One infallible sign there Is and thnt IB wheu we look Into our drosilugglaBSos + and sadly admit I can no longer wear y brown or ro eor sell green or what ever shade was our coleur de resistance In the happier times when our hair had color nnd luster and our complexions were fresh It Is nt this Inevltnbln moment that the wls woman takes coun sel with be elauII her trustworthy 1C unflattering friend the dressing mirror and decided to lay aside nil efforts to ward tile coquetr...