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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 10 August 1909

ft Er l J I = r 1 > l tJ r c e t > n J I J < r I 8 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 10 190 f r fF48 BE you ever so humble no great artist in any lino would ob 4 ject to your AP PROVAL We do sell some things on approval but try q to bo dend suro II 1 they will bo satis factory always when put to the I 8 test ff I IN a modest way we arc I A seeking to win your approval on the < i fli1 merit of tho mer w chandise You will I like the goods IB 1 V N our Slogan By the I Great G A R John A Logan we mean I It I I I BE It over so Humble there Is no civilized L home that needs no I Dry Goods A young lady clerk from 1 a leading Salt Lake I store on her vaca I tion paid tin a com j 1 plimentary visit and p4 said wo carried p some of the noh Y blest suits aha had I4 seen YOU might have a nlco j remark for UB too j ti If you come In and I r furthermore if you f take a look you per haps will buy a suit t later on that will set the pace for your crowd rrc XO > 7f P toJlr BATTLE...

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. — 11 August 1909

4 1 1 0 GubSS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST1 SI ARE AND GENUINE A RD DISPATCHES AND GUAR 1 1jt J 11 11t > fl l UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE ANTEED NEWS GATHERING BY THE GREATEST ASSO Ut t of W i I t 1 t TOMORROW GENERALLY THAT THE WEATHER FAIR TONIGHT WILL AND BE CIATION IN THE ORLD t U L 39TH YEARNO 191 I L OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST II 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I i l 1 I USANDS PATIICIIPAT uN GRAND PARADE Of e no Slo ENCAMPMENT I 1 r Veterans March for Two Miles to Inspiring i i Sound of Drum asd Fife = = = fireeted by Liv = h ing Flag of 1380 Boys and fiirls f Salt Lake Aug 1L Under the all pervading sentiment Cheers for I t the living and tears for the dead I several thousand survivors of the Civil war made their annual march today up and down tho broad asphalt sur face of Main street for over a dis tance of two miles and passed before the re lowing eyes of Henry M Ne vlus their comninndcrInchlef The grand parade of the fortythird encampment embraced the flower and stre...

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. — 11 August 1909

1 Ct r fit tj r > f v j < vv i r th c Ii p I A i I THE STANDAEDLOGDE1T UTAH WEDNESDAYAUGUST 11 1909 L n IM rE S S Q J BLUrBD HUMORS Every poro and gland of the skin Is employed in tho necessary work of preserving smooth ovon texture softening and elenns Dl it and regulat ing tho temperature of our bodies This is dono by an evaporation through liach tiny outlet which goes on continually day and night When tho blood becomes infected with humors and acids a certain percentage of theso impurities also pass off with tho natural ovaporation nd their sour fiery nature irritates and inflames the skin and drios ftp its natural oils causing pimples boils pustules or some Itching rash or hard scaly skin affection S S S cures skit troubles ot ovory kind by noutralizing tho acids and roJUo hu the humors from theblood S SsooolB tho aoidhoatcd circu lation builds it up to its normal strength and thickness multiplies its nutritious red corpuscles and enriches it in every way Then the skin ins...

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. — 11 August 1909

i r Ill v v t r < r t w ro > I 1 r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1903 I Ogden Business Directory f hortlsements In tyg olumn cost 75o per lino pOI month r Jablc In ad vance ALVORD ANYTHINCj Bell 333 333t SJtt ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land in Weber county Ofllcc under First Natl Bank I ARCHITECTS SHREEVE MADsEN 1st Nat BanI ATTORNEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Heal Estate Law Spocial ties First Nat Bank Bldg Phones A G HORNAttorneyatLawOf fico over Badcons Drug Store I seok the business of all parties am attorney tornox against all corporations and mouopolifs Prepared to transact any nnd all kinds of legal business E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw Rooms 40710S First National Bank bulling General practice S T CORN AttorneyntLaw 207 2C8 rst Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZAttorneyAnrl Counselor at Law 10 and 41 First Na tional Bank Bldp Ogden Utah Both phones Notary R S FARNSWORTH Attorncyat Law 314 an...

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. — 11 August 1909

r t oJ f j O r qr7 7 I i 1 r C rff f I LIJ x i I 4 I PAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVER AILNUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIrE ArdD ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED t I I i Ii JtuuI u t Entered as occOndclaoa matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah under Act of Congress March 9 1889 Published Dally except Sundays WmGlacmann SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 tOne Month in Advance5 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 S c Ciraifation i rantce f EVENINGSTANDARD I L Cl Advertiser t Ceriiftcd Circulation Blr Roo1 i h t t r r yp 1 q f cwI i CJ < rp i Tha Paper bfl protfd by intcstization i IbJC fAc < trfulsioa rvcoiJi are trpt with tare and tk cirrtlalion Haled vitb such ucturacf that attrennsn mar rtty on arj i jiccrrocnto of fame ctndt br publtilitrs i fa LIcr the OHBtrihip aDd management J I in control jug 20 110S < r J AfiVDRTISHJG RATES The JSvcnitjg and ScmiWeckij Standard Per Inch Mails cUnnce each day 20 E 0 D change each issue 1 Twice week chauge each ISs c22c Once cAri ttlt 2...

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. — 11 August 1909

I I J I F 4 fAD T 9 PEl TITVf pM i i 1A C T 111 1P A ILM I S T Queen Louise 446 22nd St ylr 0 t p Telling complete Life without asking questions Prices 50c and 100 Under age of 15 years 2oc x L m u f J t LJL lJ L 1 1 J 1 J It itJ l j J 1 j f N OLD ANSMA1L I knows at a glance that our hay is the best product on UIP market and your horse hon > all others will appreciate our hay and raln rcgg SI1 F 5i J5JJJ DEALER IN HAY GRAIN AND BOX MATERIALS 352 Twentyfcurth Street CHICAGO HOUSE FURNISHED ROOMS BY THE DAY WEEK OR MONTH 330 2lth Street OGDEN UTAH P Ic m Qgden Turf Exchange Pools Sold on Salt Lake I I Races ill OVER VIENNA CAFE iJI9III Danderine TrQrltlmondcrE Itproducco nalr Just as surtly as ruin and sunsliluo raises crops It produces a tblclr jrowHi of luxuriant hair when oil ntbor reme I dies fall Wo ruarnnteo Danderlne All drug plsls soil It 2Sf Me and Si por bottiC To I prOTe Its worth tend tills ad with lOc In stmnpj j or silver and wo whh mall you a larRO fie I I ep1 OWLfoD...

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. — 11 August 1909

t > I v 0 i fl J I t I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST i190D II J i RANDOM I RlEfE ENS j Mr Grocorman Theres only two things to think about Please your I customers and make money Sell D G Butter and you do both I Called to Omaha Superintendent F E Lewis of the Harrlman dining car and hotel system has been call ed to Omaha on business connected i with that department and Fred Gcntsch assistant to tho superinten dent is now at the helm 249 Choice of ANY hat In stock 249 Millinery Dept at Wrights 3rd floor Cardinal Went Through Cardinal I Gibbons and several bishops of tho Catholic church arrived from the yel lowstone Park on the early train this morning and continued on to the cap ital citv to take part in tho Grand Army exercises arranged for today Wo pay the highest market price for live Hogs and Vcals and aro al ways in the market Ogden Packing and Provition Co People Were Disgusted It Is rum ored that a large number of visitors are leaving Salt Lake In disgust be cause...

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. — 11 August 1909

I I c V < r j > < < fti < I t F THE ST NDA1 > OGDElUT H1 W D TES > Y A L TT j1 11 1C 4 TOWER SYSTEM TO i BE INAUGURATED David Sag construction superin tendent for the Tollurldc Power Trans I mission company of this state havlnc V licadqunrtors at Provo Is uorklnp a largo force of men and teams in the vicinity of Ogdcn in the building of steel lowers from Salt Lake to North Ogden canyon to carry the transmis sion lines of tho company The work has pracllcnfly pracllcnll boon com pleted between Sail Lake and Ogden and is being igorousl pushed from Ogden on to the Cache valley metrop oils It Is costing a great deal of mono to build this tower system but Uic Tel hi ride people have arrived nt ihe conclusion that It will be cheap in the long run Manager Xunn states that the poles usod for electric wires become so decayed in seven years that they have toho replaced at n cost of not less than 25 pole a pol and that the poles have to he placed so much closer together tha...

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. — 11 August 1909

r If > THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1909 It Pugilism Wrestling Baseball Sphn Nevs Shooting i Racing Automobiling I f WOLGAST READY fOR ARLAND I 1 j Milwaukee Fighter Willing to Bet I Q i 2000 He Can Defeat the y Chicagoan i By Ed W Smith r Chicago Aug l1Thls young Mil I I waukee fellow certnluly has started something Ho has soul the biggest sort of a bomb into the Packcy Mc Farland camp and everything Is now astIr out at the stockyards Ad Wol gasl may not be a champion and may to flashing I never be but when it comes ing some ambition he is entitled to first rank And as for his confidence there is no gainsaying that the boy from tho brewery town Is so full of it that It is just oozing out of him It is especially prominent when ho is in the vicinity of a newspaper office Well the boy has 500 posted with the Chicago American In support of his challenge to McFarland to box at 133 pounds the weight to be made three I hours before the battle starts Inasmuch as rolgast i...

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. — 12 August 1909

0 I H NO GUESS WORK 1 BATHER FORECAST SI AND A RD DISPATCHES f ARE GENUINE AND GUARANTEED 111Lfat k taitbarb UTAHTHE INDICATIONS I lp 5 ARE ANTEED BY THE I Ir t t GREATEST C C f tt1t ar THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION J y l 1 GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT AND I + TOMORROW elATION IN THE WORLD L I wa y I 39TH YEAR NO J92 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 12 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I HARRY THAW IS DECLARED DNSAN I AND MUST GO BACK 10 MAITEAWANi I I Justice Mills Advises That Privileges Enjoy ¬ ed at First Be Restored and That His s Visits Be Unlimited I White Plains Aug 12 The state of New York won a complete victory over harry K Thaw today when Justice Isaac N Mills decided that the slayer of Stanford White was still Insane and soul him back to the asylum fur the criminal insane at Mutteawan Not one of the many contentions made by Thaw dining the three weeks of his recent hearing is sustained He is howler somewhat better off than before he brought thc present...

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. — 12 August 1909

1 < r 1V > 7 s 1 II l 1 > < < i ft i Lo t tf4 T a I 1 t 0 > H J 2 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1909 l Fads for Weak Women Ninetcnths of nil the sickness of women is duo to some dcronfcment or dig Such sickness con be cured lo cured I 4 case of the organs disdnctly feminine every any by j I Dro Pierces Favorite Prescription It Makes Vrlleak Women Strong Sick Women Well and Is at thc same time n general restore It acts directly on the organs nficctcd s whole It cures female complaint right in the privacy tin tonic for the system and of home It makes jnncccssary tho disagreeable 3ue tlomn cxaminations I by doctors und 50 abhorrent Insisted local treatment so universally upon every modest woman Vo shell not particularize here ns to the symptoms 01 those peculiar affections incident to women but those nnd their symptoms vsntlnji full information as to means of positive cure arc referred to the People Com con Sense Medico AdiiserIOOS Qgc newly revised q of ...

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. — 12 August 1909

at Ie rjfl iT i l t1f I I TIrE TANjJIil3 Gl N US All THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1900 n Ogden Business Directory 1 v Y WN VS AihcKisiii 9is in this column coat 75 per line per month payable In ad I NIIKC ALVORD ANYTHING Bell 333 333l jju r I ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title lo any land in Weber county Office under First Nnt 1 Bank ARCHITECTS SHREEVE MADSEN lal Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW I N J HARRIS Lawyer = Notary Probnic anti Real Estate Law Special tics First Nat BankBldg Phones A G HORN ttorncY < 1tL < 1w Of fice cnerBadcons Drug Stoic 1 seek tiio business of all parties am attorney tornex against nil corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal business E T HULANISKIAttorneyatLaw JJooms 107IOS First National Bank building Geuuinl practice S T CORN AttorneyatLaw 207 < 8 First Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ A tto rn yAnrl Counselor at Law 10 nnd 11 First Na limial Bank Bldg Ogden Utuh Bolb phones Notary R S FAR...

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. — 12 August 1909

I ft r f j T I 4 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED i at P lInt W utUltt r Entered as secondclass matter at the PoslOffice Ogden Utah under Act of Congress March 9 1889 Published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glafimnnn SUBSCRIPTIONS Ono Mcnth In Advance 75 Six Mcrths In Advanco 425 Twelve Morttns In Advance 800 LJ3i J cinulttn Guarantee I r It r I EVENING STANDARD I t i no 13 guarantees 1 tht Ii AtirrniKf tCfriihcd Circulation Blue fooL r 1 f a < I Clr A f t Clp f I Tth Plpr has prated by JflleiIaLiO J that the tirculatioa retordt ore l rpt with t J care and tbt circulation itated with such cKursef that adrertiten jsJr rely on an I ilottroiatJ of Mae made bf publishers cmJf toe ownership Dod raanagment laconfoi Aug 20 1908 ADVERTISING RATES The Standard und SemiWeekly Per Inch Dally change each day 20 E 0 D change each issue 21c Twice a week change each Issue 22c Once each veeic 23c r Onu Hmo of other Irregular ...

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. — 12 August 1909

I 1 < i T WH 7 rrr > t I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1909 r I We Are Not Ifn Business For Fun Neither do we agree with others to obtain excessive I profits A fair return is all wo ask Though you dont buy from us dont pay above our price Let us keep you posted and save I you money Smsth Grocery 1 THE BUSY STORE I TwontySixth and Wnahlngton Both PhonesBell 91 nd 1163 > rt k L1 r 7 v k L I 1 J f t J > 1 t 1 Jk J r tj L tt I Oi ANY OLD ANIMAL knows at a glance that our hay Is the best product on llio market and your horse above all others will appreciate our hay and grain tll1ASa fFrz fSRQJJi 7r DEALER IN HAY GRAIN AND BOX MATERIALS 352 Twentyfourth Street z4 AT THE TENT Corner Twentyfifth and Grant THE DEVIL His Origin History and Des tiny STANDARD TELEPHONES I I 1 EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rings No 5S BclJ Phone two rings No 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 50 Bell Phone one ringNo Go 1 RANDOM IT f t V tC Dk t LJ x l PEREIMCES Alabama an old Confe...

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. — 12 August 1909

l > 5 L V f If y v i 7 oj I S t r a THE STANDARD OGDUN UTAH IKuBSDAY AUGUST 12 1809 V v i H RANDOM r NCSj l Dance nt the Hermitage Friday evening Aug 13 Mr Grocerman Theres only two things to think about Please your customers ail make money Sell B G Butter and ynit do both I Written in MidOcean A letter written In midocean by Grant Brown was received In Ogden bv Captalu Brown yesterday The letter Iswiiln I terestlng account of the trip being i made by the Ogden boys J Duu e at trie Hermitage Friday j evening Atfgk 18 I 5249 Choice of < ANY hat In si ok 2 9 Millinery Dept at Wrlghfs3rd floor Hcuao is Robbe4T1io police > were u notified fhl niorn i that the hoiine of Edward WBraokoY tiS West TweiA 1 iJeth street had been broken Into and 5 50 stolen The w > rk is be lieved to have been done by a gang of hoboes seen hanging around In that vicinity Tho dining room at the Ilermltnso Is open every evening until midnight Wo pay the highest market price for live Hogs and Veals an...

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. — 12 August 1909

I u f r i i fCiJ > j f 1 i J F I I THE STANDARD CGDBN UTE THURSDAY AUGUSTA 12 1909 h r a O e Sl o TO HAVE LflNESIIN DAO The Oregon Short Lino Railroad company has Inaugurated an extensive caitipnlcn of railroad construction In Idaho which fact was confirmed to day when the Utah Construction com pany was awarded the second contract within two weeks to construct new lines In that state The last award rails for he construction of 7T miles of road bins to the nonh of tho Snake river between Rupori pu the Mini dolta Southwestern and Bliss oli the main line of the Oregon Short Line 1f miles west of Pocatello The lines now under contract for consiiuction Include a cutoff from Vclls Nov tr Tvicln Falls Idaho a new road from Moreland to Abordoon northwest of Pocatello and tho Snako River Valley lino with surveys made for a cutoff from a point twenty miles west of Ogden on tho OgdcnLucln cut off to near Rupert Idaho NOTICE Bids will ho received until August jftli at 2 p m for furnishing SO...

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. — 12 August 1909

t r1 i > i 1 JJI W L T > L < < t t r < t t Ilt y > a t jr 1 fr 2i tt 11 I I S i h rjTHE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH vTHDRSDATrAUGUST 121909 J i El 1 I kIIALFPRICE SALE AND LESS I i j OF WOMENS WEARING APPAREL r ndr r J I ZLYorjJ P < I HUNDREDS OF ODDS AND ENDS AT GIVE AWAY PRICES i I I 1 Our Entire Sffotek of Under kiirts9 II I j I Llnen Lingerie Slliit Dre SlaughUered ses D UCi Suiits at and 0 H a II P rl ee I I f EXTRA SPECIAL I 26 n50 White Duck Suits Your Choice o o r o e 300 d 15 loOO WMte Diek Suits Your Choice 0 0 0 0 Q 41000 Iii ± J REMNANT S WHITE LAWlJ WA ST SALlE NOW FOR A CLEAN SWEEP OF EVERY REMNANT 250 200 White Lawn Waists your choice 100 I LEFT OVER TOMORROW WILL BE THE DAY WHEN 350 450750 Lace Waists your choice 250 THE PRICES WILL INDUCE YOU TO BUY THEM 500 Long Silk and Lisle 150 Gloves your choice 18 t 250 White Skirts from 200 to 225 Your Choice 135 i i r OUR ENTIRE STOCK o S DRESS SKIRTS at COST and HALF PRICE I i LAST 8l TUOMAS I I 1 i rlW mSIIBII...

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. — 13 August 1909

FC J1 I tf c C f 7 ryirJX T rr i ri 4i T NO GUESS WORK I T EATHER F mC Sr f STANDARD DISPATCHES I ARE GENUINE I 1 I AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST 1Tt tarOarI p Itl gei7 r UTAH THE INDICATION I TH NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN t < WEATHER WILL YiK YriUiAfv 1 J un I IAN THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I + TOMORROW 16ivV f tJt I I THIRTYNINTH YEARNO I ftF1 13 OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 13 1909 1 L PRICE FIVE iJ f SANTA CLARA 8AN s ROiBlliJ Of Iv 19 V OO BV TWO AR 1tD t BANO TS i Unmasked Men Moid Up Cashier and Clerks I Secure Loot and Escape in an Auto ¬ mobile = = = = Are Captured Later L San Francisco Aug 13Two men armed with shotguns and unmasked walked Into the valley bank of Santa Clara shortly after 10 oclock today J find covering the cashier and his V three clerks demanded 57000 After securing tho money they fled in a waiting automobile but were captured two hours later seven miles from town submitting without resistance Cashier Frederick Birge and his as sistants...

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. — 13 August 1909

I K T i ffi C cr z fJ I 2 1re r < 17j 1 I I H fl Ml < 7t2 T > i i t J 7 > wj c < r r W I p i s 1 iY I I J i ipJ I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH F BmAY AUGUST 13 1909 1 I c 0IDfI9LES s s ILDJDJ llS8W 1 WZiiithe bloCtl becomes ectod with tho virus of Contagious Blood lp rO the symptms are soon manifested Tho mouth and throat ulcerate J 1ored sPots ItPar red rash cop1 n breaks out tho hair begins to como 011 tdd iu sUlJ firt sores and wxs show themsolvos on different parts of tho t < jtth first sign of too diseaso SS S should bo taken for the w i trol M9 n wor ul and d dangerous to trifle with If allowed to run on I tbttn ji s to Work down and attack tho bones and nerves nnd some o U1 2 f j a Complete physical wrook of tho sufferer The disease can z Le no i 1elldwDY if s S S is commenced and used according to direc tI iJSlisFgross can bo stopped tho poison removed and health Jtry dlBS S goes into the blood and removes tho insidious virus cle the circulation and makes a comp...

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. — 13 August 1909

c C f s 7 > 9 Y 0 i r I > r 7j I a THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 13 1800 r S C6KES il SilOOI I ki CLOSE bY R THOMAS OF IDAHO WINS BROWNING DIAMOND MEDAL J Becker Docs Remarkable Shooting and Tics With John Boa of Idaho for Swccpstnkca The shooting at the Wasatch Gun Hub range yesterday was interesting add tho scotos made were satisfactory lo thobc participating The bhoot for I he Drowning diamond modal was won liy W R Thomas of Idaho who made twentyfive straight hits v The most interesting contest of tho dnv was the shoot for the Confarr challenge medal In this event three men Guy Holahan E D Piirniiu and Sam Browning > d each making twentyfive straight lilts In the shoo to decide the tic Holahan won with a score of tonlyfour out of twenty fie Tho scores made by Farmin and Browning in the tie shoot off were ventyone and twentythree respec tively In the sweepstake shoot at twenty live pairs of double traps ten men were entered the shooting resulting in a lie between ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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