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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 21 August 1909

r t O i i n I i L t iJ m FA7RS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OP INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BS FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED j irjiu t4uAntd I Entered no aecondclann matter I at the PoctoffJcc Ogden Utah undor Act of Congress March 9 H I 1889 I I I I Publlched Dally except Sundayn I by Wm Glasmann I I SUBSCRIPTIONS i One Month In Advanco S 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 I I I j r Circulation guarantee i f EVENING STANDARD I bib r naitnta unu n guarnnlccJ Iff ttt 1 Adterlitert CtrtiCcd Circulation Dlat Rook + 1 j 1 fi II 1 Cft 115 Ofrtun t taKf S > I I CXtit i 7iM Paper hia proiesl bjr wreitifatioo I that the circulation rreordi ore ktpl with j I I care and tke circulation stated nttb such i i Iutq that adrcriiitn mar rely on any tnr rJntJ ofsatnt mild bj the publiibcn I I J emJrr tht ofnnh p nod management I onroijug20 lOS L i J J ADVERTISING RATES i The Evening and SemiWeekly j i Standard I Pcr inch I > Daiy change each day 20c i S 0 D change...

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. — 21 August 1909

I J yMr 7flr c J 4 THL SfANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 21 I90g a I = e 11 QQJlQjI q Jelly Glasses not r 2 common kind these have smooth tops rnlO are made of clear glass UdJ just lik the drinking tumblers PJO used for I that purpose when not ffllecLSake Sale Price 22e Se WEIGHTS J I I I QQm11 110 fts y AT THE TENT SUNDAY NIGHT Corner Twentyfifth and Grant I Did Christ or AntiChrist Change the Sabbath Day TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FROM MANUSCRIPT TO BOOKLet IIH publish yours Submit us what on have Cochranc Publishing Co S77 Tribune Building New York S 21 09 FOR SALENow 5room White Press ed brick house Strictly modern Call Bell 530 S 21 Imo i FOR SALE Ono piano and one Pi anola or will trade for good team and wagon Call 2151 Grant S 21 Jw FOR RENT Modern first and second floor flats for housekeeping L21 Lincoln S 21 lwk i GRPHlc I LAB EL I iTANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rings No 5ft BeJl Phone two rings No 50 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 56 Bell Phone one rin...

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. — 21 August 1909

IF ffiP r ti < d j 1 o THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1909 1 ij L RANDOM I REfE tN Tniormalion Regarding Elks Kidclo We give a premium with every pound of B G Butter and that is satisfaction what more can you askV I Invited to Brigham CityJ C I Knudson president of the Brigham f City Commercial Club has Invited the I Weber club officials and members to I be tho guests of the Peach City club 1 on next Tuesday evening 1 WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT NO 174 1 will give another enjoyable dance at Sylvan Wednesday August 25th A prize waltz Good music the Brass j Band Tickets 60 cents extra lady 25 cents A Lucky StrlkeThe Coal 400 I and up 200 lbs in every ton Shurt I lirr d Co Phones 1S L German Evangelical St Pauls At Swedish Luthcra church Sunday school at 9 oclock Sunday morning Preaching at 11 oclock P Ph Tee I ter pastor You will miss it It you dont buy Lewis good coal before September t 1st Phone 149 1 1 In the linking of Hess Bread all hand work IB eliminated 1 I First Presbyt...

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. — 21 August 1909

yti 7 rt s il 7 r i 3 rpq V i f i > Itly f 1 fl < > 1 kZ9t kj r f f t j THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1909 r f1 to t Q I i 1 He condemns beer t d I i Y I but uses tea and coffee I I freely II J l I d I I We know a man and there are many others who condemns beer l r but uses tea and coffee excessively i i I f y He is probably ignorant of the fact that principals of tea and i i coffee are theine and caffeine which haveno food value but produce gas I tritis irritability sleeplessness y r I i The essential part of beer is the wholesome food value of the barley f r It is a strong virile food which the system readily absorbs produc i JUS1 strength and strong steady nerves e 1 f Becker Beerbrewed by the Becker methodof healthy Utah bar t L leyof pure mountain water is of all beers the most nourishing i t ty f 1t t Quit tea and coffee for a wee k and take Becker Beer for your meals 1 note the effect I c r S F w ft t t OPtfUNG t U S GOVERNMENT lAND IN THE FAMOUS SNAKE R...

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. — 21 August 1909

c E i > < > T p TJII f t T < r tW a THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST r 21 1909 v 1 a = 1 L QUEEN LOUISE w r I r pJPaIrnisti i L v 1 I 1 I J I I > II tI 22nd Sto I 0 l I I I W PRICES I I I I B U i Jlt err + 5011 and lO I I I 4 > u I WtZ 1J I l TSff SS3e fur RS = V f RFW fmDPr r I S Le Let E Ei E3 LG I Im L 3Bi2m nB J I I j Although we were partially bruited out on Tuesday Aug 17 I I we are still doing business at the old stand We can still fill I your orders for t I Horseradish arid Pickles 1 l We supply the best on the market i I SllpeIiO TEorseaMh t 2lnd Pick COo d 2330 Wall Ind Phone 266 I L te 5rH = w = oo s 1 clOCETY I I i I t 1 1 Continued from Page Four j j I ale Miss Electa Goodale Mrs W TJ I I Buswoll Mrs Goodale the Misses Todd and Minnie Brown Mrs Emma t Smith Mr and Mrs T H Williams t i Messrs Claude Flowers W T Nant i her H Hardy K B Friedland the I Misses Anna Carr Belle Shipley Flora WillIams Emma Wilson losic i Browning Charllne Majors Ida Shu...

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. — 21 August 1909

i > > L r Pages 9to R61 t < I tIr 9iDEN T A ND P ll D I Par Two IJTYNi v YEARNO19 1 OC t r i OGDEN CITY U Ai TAT DAY EVENING AUGUST 21 JOS > PRICE FIVE CEMT9 I K c M t js i I v 1 f > u > t Y v L i n B y ZOna Gale < aiga fj < > iyv s > ii jj x > vi tTaAgihcrj Y Pt w SEmWCTTTry gr giyTnyTv g rrTmcTT ig Jw gTSTgc v ITTl G before the leaurn at one end of the long i SITTING table Mrs Alward eagerly watched the approach of the woman to whom she had just listened Of the clubs studio leatalks this had been the first to interest her though she might have been justified in wondering whether her in terest was centred in what Mrs PagePrice had been saying or m the exquisite look of the woman When Mrs PagePrice at last came for her tea Mrs Alward I prettily detained her Pray let me ask you something she said with a humility which less popular women would have given much to assume there was she hesitated some thing in your paper that I do so want to know about Mrs...

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. — 21 August 1909

I y jVtiX J I 1 J ff > j r 1 f l i 1 i J i CLASS BACKSTOPS A RE N T N MEROUS uusSEASON By TOMMY CLARK HE classy catcher is a raro bird It scorns at times that I T the magnates spend too much tlmo and money In bulldliiK without up great pitching stuffs reckoning on good receivers The catcher rather tQiru the pitcher is tho real mainspring of tho baseball i machine Stationed behind tho bats man he has greater opportunities than the pitcher for observing what u cer J t thin batter can and cannotldt Know I ing the man with whom be works hoi I can toll 1C his curves arc breaking I right can uinke him work slowly when I ho isInclined to hurry and can mak him hurry when ho inclines to the con trary I i Watcher of Bars Tho catcher Is tho chief watcher of I tho bases when occupied passes sip I nail for tho pitcher throwing to catch j runners too far from tho bags and 1 L signals tho proper time for delivering the ball to tho bat Aside from all this mental effort he must snatch off any kin...

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. — 21 August 1909

i f r 4 t c7j l J A t j f N M 5P W r i ikm l a C1 l y m Ji E f 01 r1 it Q > Tp I p i I I < 0 c7 ixi LDJ IJ T YER EB eox = 0 0 + A SIMPLE AND INEPENSVE H81vE i SATTISrACTORY I10tlSE FOR Pi NARROW bel THOROUGHLY COMFORT Ii ABLE AND WELL ADAPTED FOR THE CHILDREN 4000 house project is really A easier to conceive than one for 2000 For the same reason I n 10000 house is less difficult to design than one costing a 4000 In each case practically the same require ments enter into the problem certain cnount of utility a portion of comfort and a measure of art The more gen erous the sum the easier to obtain suc cessful results That is why architects usually charge more in proportion for small houses than for large ones I A house design should always be qualified by the characteristics of the site The narrow lot is perhaps the hardest nut to crack in an architectural jchcrnc l NarrowLot Irobl11 Forty feet is the width of the lot on which the house illustrated was built The lot suggested th...

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. — 21 August 1909

U i cti i W f 111 II f d J V < 1 l 4 I > II t I I I L J i Pl J f f f 4 r I j 1 t I UNION LABOR I 1 r DEPARTMENT f j + + jI E Under the Auspices Address all Communications toX I T of the W IVr PIGGOTT Editor + OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street X I XJ + J + JI + + jl LEADERS WANTED I By tho Rev diaries Stclzlc i It Is said that every soldier In Na I poleons army carried a marshal bat I on in his knapsack This statement I I may > bo an exaggeration but I Is i I suggestion which may well become an Inspiration to every worker i I have no sympathy with the Idea i that the worklngman must of neces I I sity always remain in the position I which ho now occupies Of course it I I is true that most workingmcn have come to the conclusion that they will I always work for wages and that what I ever reward comes to them must come In that form But even if that is trite I I i does not follow that there is nothing better ahead To be satisfied with ones position in life with no amb...

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. — 21 August 1909

F cc i U 1 I ii t F j t n > 1 F fJ t 4 g J r J F I E l v S = t7 t i2 t 1TIIS T f I r Fix Up y our Veranda in Summer 1 I lie most popular place Just now In city and country II the veranda It Is used more today than ever I before Part of the tcrandn cbould fc screened off as o diningroom or a llttli linlconr porch built out of the second story for sleeping purpose The desire for breathing fresh nlr is becoming more nud more a port of the necessary arrangement of sleeping quarters In net whenever Is possible to build n porch nowadays there you will find It The most serviceable treatment of the floor of u porch Is to pnlol IL The color should be selected with regard to footprint and n slate color U the brat Two conk should be given the porch when now and It will last a couple of yearn before repainting li necessary It should be washed every few day and a little milk In the water will give It a glossy appearance The furnishings of the vcmndn or porches can he as simple or as elaborate...

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. — 21 August 1909

1 7 1 Ic ilV v I I r r f TO I w r f r Th 3 r l l i k < Q 0 i J r l r < < 1r m x 7 t > 11L1 llcl Rr iJ q iirE 1r Y 9 I r AllJ J141 J8f l ri > j J NJ Wi ci w < t JIF IF J t 4A o Ii tz F 51fl 4rj 11 I il t f Tj 4d f 4 r t r fJ1 r ill rlrtV Jll1Jb = dt l orirf r r = Ji t j I t 1 < I l J n j Ji tl b 1 < t > < lllJ II < 0 9 tV J J K of IJI W r r w j f llP1t I k i < 7 d f f iPi 1of riH < JM 11 II I 11 > > Irl Dl 1 < bT Cum CIo J > < f 1f t IiI > < l FERTILIZER FOR FALL USE II The Advantage of Buying Highest Grades Is Con clusively Shown by Comparison of Analysis DV A J LEOO ALBION W VA n It is generally conceded that either a Miperphobplmii or a superphosphate and potash Is the most economical fer tilizer to use on wheat j j My experience hero is that a good grade superphosphate alone gives bet ter results than the superphosphate and potash when applied to wheat 1 prefer it to the phosphate and potash If they cost the same money b...

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. — 21 August 1909

J k i 4 4 t l rMarket Place of the unnlInaKers I I Dontt Miss a Single Day The very offer that may mean Big Advantage to You may be here today and GONE tomorrowssnapped up by Ij a more watchful reader Some of the Best Offers of the Munnimakers are the offers that only ONE person can take 1 I Ogden Business Directory Advertisements In this column cost 7 75c per lino per month payable In ad vac co ALVORD ANYTHING Bell 333 32tt ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO 1 Licenced and Bonded Abstractors er Title to any land In Weber county Office under First Natl Bank i ARCHITECTS II flHREEVE < MADSEN 1st Nat Dank ATTORNEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probnto and Real Estate Law Special lj tics First Nat Bank Bldg Phonos A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Of lice over Dadcons Drug Store I seek the business of all parties am at torney against all corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal business 1 E T H U LAN AttorncyatLaw Rooms 107108 Flrt National Bank building ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 21 August 1909

f P w1 a y r i t 1 j < I h I Ii Thu alJ Will nod I It Thuflow o f i i Attractiveness Rather j Than Warmth the Es sential A IVIuItitude of j Bonnet Styles The Coalscuttle Hat Defies the Wind Gay Fou lard Coat Linings A I doth of Gold Motor Coat + I I AHMTH Is th Orst requisite of winter motoring apparel In D summer prettluess must bo add ed Not only allcuveloplng wraps guaranteed to withstand I dust rain and wind must be provided I but nlso graceful Incoming things for wear when driving about town or to fes tive gatherings For example the woman who rolls lei surely up to the country club for ten would look nhsiird swathed In veils and smothered In dust coat designed forward travel On the road So there are nil flan ner of cimrmlng logs much less severs In dcFlsu than tic business like outfit for I B long lour Spcctnonlnr Motor Rjilment Not In i I Good Tntc Mnny new styles In motoring raiment I cppenr at tbo French races during Au gust though the Parisians who revel In spectacular e...

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