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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 August 1909

y h J i < a THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 26 1900 6REAT MASS 9 MEETIN6 i I CALLED f WILL BE HELD AT LAGOON ON TUESDAY AUG 31 i free Transportation Over the Bamber gcr Road For All Directly In terested In Irrigation Project T L Allon secretary of the Weber Reservoir company of Stilt Lake with Joseph H Grant director of the same company who Is also president of the Davis stako of the Morraou church with four guests came to Op I den yesterday afternoon by automobile from Suit Lako City over the route of the proposed canal which is de signed to supply 58000 acres of land That Is now either running to waste or that Is only partly cultivated under the dry farming system which Is giv ing virtually MO returns on the labor invested as compared with the re turns that seem assured when tho Irrigation scheme which tho company has invlew is carried to a successful completion The trip was made for tho purpose I of demonstrating the great benefits that will follow iu the district to b...

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. — 27 August 1909

Fit 4 i H r x q 1 Ir I r NO GUESS WORK I pi WEATHER FORECAST 7 STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE I QLZ ci ben t taitbrb BY THE 11r < ND GUARANTEED GREATEST tt ar UTAH THE INDICATIONS ABE THAT THE NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN N 1 WEATHER WILL BE FAIRTODA7ANP THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS + TOMORROW f c L THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 205 I OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 27 1909 L PRICE FIVE CENTS < J GREA CONTEST AI R MS SEES ANOTtlER AEROPLANE RECORD ROftff N J 1 Henri Farman Remains in line Air More Than Three Hours and Covers a Distance of More Than 111 Miles S t I r llhelms Aug 24IIonrl Faiman the English aviator flying hero today in a biplane of his own design ex ceeded all existing acioplano records for distance covered and length of I time in the air He broke Hubert 1athams record made yesterday In a monoplane of 5S9 miles as well as Louis Paulhnns record for time of 2 hours 53 minutes 24 seconds made the day before In a Volsln biplane It was almost dark when Henri Farmaii c...

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. — 27 August 1909

I Y5 r OS 1 I 1 ItI r F 7 to n v f i < < 8 s F y I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 27 1900 l s I NATURES S ii PERFECT TONIC i Somehills more than an ordinary tonic Is required to restore health to o srnakouod rundown system tho medicine must possess bloodpurifying I propoitjcs as well because tho weakness and impurity of the circulation is responsible for the poor physical condition The blood does not contain the necessary quantity of rich red corpuscles and is therefore a weak watery stream which cannot afford sufficient nourishment to sustain tho system in ordinary health A poorly nourished body cannot resist diseaso and this explains why so many persons are attacked by a spoil of siclcnoss when the uso Of a good tonio would have prevented the trouble Iu SS S will DO found both bloodcleansing and tonic qualities combined It buildsttp weak constitutions by removing all impurities and germs from I tho blood thus supplying a certain means for restoring strength and invigo...

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. — 27 August 1909

1 1 dJ y rttt 1 t m < qrc c c > f ij i r ip J J i i 1 > > J Z L I v THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 27 igoo V Ogden Business DirectoiY I Adveiilseinents In this column cost In advance 75c per lIne per month piyablo vance ALVORD 1T ANYTHING Bell 333 3 l ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT co Licensed and Bonded Abutractors of Title to any land in Wobor county Olflcc under First Niitl Dank ARCHITECTS SHREEVE MADSEN 1st Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Heal Eafntc Law Special ties First Nat Bank Bids Phones A G RNAHorf1cyatLawOr Hcc over Bailcons Drug Storo I scale the business of all parties am at torncv apninst all corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any and nil kinds of legal business E T H U LAN AttorneyatLaw Rooms 107JOS First National Bank building General practice S T CORN MttorneyatLaw 207 233 First Natl Banlc Bids JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney And Counselor at Law 10 and 41 First Na tional Bank BIdS Ogden Utah Both phones Notary...

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. — 27 August 1909

P pc c L a r r II O c < I r < c r7vr I i it flff no jy c 7 k L t f f > 1 r J Ii t4 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED Jiiiltt tltmlmd Entered as ceconaclaoo matter r at the ostofflce 0Ddcn Utah under Act of Congress March 9 1BS9 Published Dally except Sundays r by Wm Glasmnnn t tiJ 1 > r T t SUBSCRIPTIONS vj n J t 4Gnef1onth In Advance 75 > > Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 I r F Circulation uarmttt v h fr r v t t EVENING STANDARD I baa jo u i < i I 4 uurdiiuvti uf tkt Adrtrtntrs Ctrtilicd Circulation Dltt flool qr ¼ c CtrfC Pftr t4 n oS 7 > TAi ftyscr Aa peortd by IflYC3tjLt IOU ir 1 tiat fis eireclatioo rtcorit are kept ugh I cue nod tbt circulation stated wfi such t 1 JCBW that Adrcrtiicn any nly on any 1 tUteaeala of taais made by ttt publither cfJtr the ovoffilup anj latnageaicnt hecoiro Aug 20 190S r f f ADVEETISINQ RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly I Standard ...

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. — 27 August 1909

r tl < I > 11 rr k i ft r j IOO t 1 < r n I l t < t i < < 4 c t tl U 11 THE S STANDARD I OGDEN UTAH PRTTIAV 1 ATTHTTRT 07 190 iI AMUSEMENTS Both Phonca 323 J lrJHIJEATJiU ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE LADDIE CLIFF ORIGINAL MADCAPS8 FRANK M KELLY CO I p SINGING COLLEENS COOPER ROBINSON GRACE ARMOND v THE KINODROME Ii ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA Matinees Wednesday and Sat urday Prices Matinee 15c S 25c 60c box seat 76c Even ing 15c 25c 50c 75c box seat I 100 Both Phones 323 THEATRE Advanced Vaudeville Matinee TomorJrow Prices Matinee 15c 25c 50c box seat 75c Evening 16c 25c 50c 75c box seat 3100 Tho doarest suit you can tmy rjay bG tno lowest In price A suit thai doesnt wear or hold Its shape Is dear I no matter how little you pay for IL IF WE TAILOR YOUR SUIT Its lirst cost will DO no more than you ordinarily pay Its better lit its bat ter wear Its permanent good snapo however will mako It really ohoax > or in tho end than any other suit you could buy Come In aud bo measured You nee...

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. — 27 August 1909

A O 1 j I r orJ 1iW v 1 1 VgtfcbM i Y T L 1 j j r lIT 1 r rr i = 1 r r f THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 27 1909 q 2 I r 1 Move Up GenUemenDoni Crowd I Becornin elt for Every One of You II A LOT OFPUTITOFFS were in last week one glance at the suit scenery values so evi dent couldnt go amissand the doubting Thomases got busy at once Jingling of silver com menced Honest dollars and our suits began changing hands Good clothes and thrifty men I made fast friends It was a brisk dayyesterdayin our mammoth clothing section Theres a I I suit for you herewhy dont you come in and get Itt al t t t w WATSONTANNER CLOTHING CO K rI r Ie X iI RANDOM 1 REfE ENCES iMIss Sawyer has jut returned from her visit in Colorado and Is ready to rcceiyo her friends next Monday at ior place oi business over Wrights Store storR Read the Smithsonian Ad Has Leased 18000 AcresF E Schlagetor of this city has leased IS O O acres of grazing lands from the Kayesville Live Stock Company and will stock tho same wi...

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. — 27 August 1909

< p < t o < tt i 4V i r X > L i 4r c w T > JIIi L I c I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 27 iqnn < J Coffee i r The nromatljjht can protects It against impurities and deteri oration never sold In bulk Your grocer will grind it bettor if ground at home rob too fino 2 ffiDam Olldboy Apprede Good Times Pcoplo haint wut they wuz In my days growled Jasper Flint No nor times haint nurther Well thank goodness theyre not declared Illram Oldboy Why when you and I woro youngsters what did we have A boxstove warmed ono roomwe chopped the cordwood For light candles Baths once a month In tho waehtub pumped the water Clothes homemade by my mother She sewed knit spun wove and not only cooked all our crudo food but raised killed cured and preserved It She oven mado our ono toilet essential soft soap Recreation the circus once a year good old times Fudge Look at me today My house Is heated and lighted automatically all ovor aad ma chinery pumps tho water The fittings in tho ba...

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. — 27 August 1909

> > I I 1 t I T a i THE STANDAED OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST27 1909 rvc2 00 WE ARE RET AILHNGSHOES HATS AND GLOVES TO OUR CUSTOMERS p I AT WHOLESALE PRiCES i f I Theres nothing sensational about our sales They happen every day in the week We deal in L plain facts and reliable wares only r We are selling to sell againwit I a care for the future as well as the present We guarantee to save you from 1 ½ c k e Ei CelL < I i no 50 Per L S < DONT FORGET THAT SCHOOL STARTS SHORTLY OUR SCHOOL SHOES ARE THE BEST IN TOWN r S k BLAIRKROBERTS COG r rn S 1ailers sit WhOeSa Pices I 223 5 III JIt t1a j MI v JAv I < tr u 4121 I J WARD SAYS To use the best materials in the manufacture of your goods then youre sure to please the people Theres never tho slightest variation in the high quality of WARDS BREAD Wonderful care and precision on the part of expert bakers J combined with facilities to be found in no other bakery in Og den insures the uniformity of Wards Bread Damp Days Cold Days We...

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. — 28 August 1909

> u NO GUESS WORK 1 I WEATHER FORECAST STANDARD DISPATCHES I 111 ARE GENUINE AND GUARANTEED fu rf 1 t 1 K UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE ANTEED BY THE GREATEST ffC 1 Q r f1 A THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE 1 GENERALLY FAIR IN NORTH NEWS GATHERING ASSO JI I CYf ff + PORTION COOLER FRIDAY CIATION IN THE WORLD Q 1 E I 39TH ARNO 206 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 28 1909 TWENTY PAGES I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I ONE MAN KillE O ONE j a A Dl Y L J 1 L LsL Mil L NJURED I t t POl CEM N CRiPPlEO AI AUTO RACES I r i I I iFifteen Thousand Persons Remain on the Track All Night to Witness the Bask I to Death of the Aatoists I I Brighton Beach N Y Atig 28Tl1o record for the first 12 hours of the 24 hour automobile race on the now mot ordrome track is one driver killed ono badly injured another painfully burn ed and a policeman crippled The record for speed and distance was fairly well hold up during tho t early hours of tho contest but at the and of 12 hours racing the leading car the Renault with...

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. — 28 August 1909

ih r f 5n c ii Y THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY m AUGUST 28 1909 i r Is the joy oF the household for r D A1 Y without it no happiness can be lU complete Angels smile at and commend the thoughts OICE and aspirations of tht mother bending over the cradle The ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass is such that she looks forward with dre d to the hour when she shall Feel the thrill oF motherhood Every woman should know that the danger and pain n Friend which the use oF Mothers oF childbirth can be avoided by renders pliable all the parts ii < 1 f assisting nature 111 its work I 1 IEm MO By Its aid thousands oF f j w women have passed this VtC Jtco r < f CrISIS jn safety drultioyjoeble biole of Information to women rent free D aCHE BRADFinLD REGULATOR CO M Atlanta Go I Hiram Oldtooy Appreciates Good Times People lialnt nut they wuz in guy days growled Jasper Flint No nor limos haint nurthor Well thank goodness theyic not rteclarcd Hiram Oldboy tWlyy when you and I wo...

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. — 28 August 1909

I < C THE STANDARD OGDE1T UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 25 1009 1 to I to I y + + lo > H I H H rTEI P r Efl r TEMPERANCE j D E PAR l1 EN T t t t tj I CONDUCTED BY W C T U I I I l EDITORIAL COMMITTEE i MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL I MRS U WAY V + Iv + i + + io 1 r ATTENTION W C T U The W C T U will meet on Thurs tray September 2nd Instead oC Wcd nesdaj September 1st at the home of Mrs roots corner of 22iul and Omni avenue The change Is made because of the Intended presence In Ogden on Thursday of Mrs Cornelia Jennett editor of the Union Signal The meeting will bo In tho nature of an informal reception to Mrs Jen nettA short business mcolliifr to make necessary arrangements for immedi ate future work will be held however at 2 oclock sharp DRINK IS BLAMED FOR NINE TENTHS OF OFFICIAL NEGLI GENCE IN CHICAGO Ninetyfive per cent oC the tronUo in the police department and at least nlnotjelght per cent of the discharges hi the fire department of Chicago are due to the use of Intoxicants de clares Howard...

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. — 28 August 1909

T i P r > y Se r + m 4 r tc n K 7 W i F l T I lit 4 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFS AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERE AND ENCOURAGED i JIt t4tutn1d Entered as cecond clans matter ot the Poctofflcc Ogden Utah under Act of Congress March 9 1889 Published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glasmann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 f1 Cltirro ion W1rat1ttc fl c If Ijrr t EVENING STANDARD I bat jteo ajcittJant13 guarunletO Uj the 1 iidrsrtxreCertt6cd Cirrulatioa Hue look CRAM mo rrt nfaY j uer Tbu Pitfxr fits ptored by inrettifattoo i lliat tin eireolttioa records are kept with cart and the circulation tinted nth Such corac that fJrcrttttn may reljr on any tlatrmiatoftaae It tbr publattrs ender the owKmbi fed fiMfviur nt laeontrol Aug 20 I90S n ADVERTISING RATES The Svenuig and SemiWeekly Standard Per inch Dallr cfcnDge each day 200 E O D change each bsue 21c Tlcc a week change each issue 2 c Onc each wedc 23...

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. — 28 August 1909

7 t TS i S t ir r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 28 1900 I II OHllSlt Jelly r I Glasses not t 9 common kind r these have smooth tops n i are made of clear glass WJ I just UJo the drinking tumblers pre used for that purpose when not filledSa Sae Price I 22e Set I WRIGHTS E I QJQQl1 II Ef Muller Decortaing Wan Paper 00 Decorators In Wall Paper Fresco Relief and Tinting Eta PLAIN PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING GRAINING NAT URAL WOOD FINISHING S SIGNS Scot Quality Work Guaranteed Es tImates Free We carry a complete stock of Wall papers and Bnrlaps Ready Mixed Paints Stains and Varnishes Brushes etc etc of standard quality We mix paints to ordor any shade if you do your own painting and furnish you all nec essary information and advice free Prices Reasonable Store 25S2 Washington opposite Library Ind Phono 3G4BA Bell ICY I LADIES ATTENTION Having enlarged my Hair Dressing Parlors 1 can now with able assist ants accommodate all patrons by ap pointment or call Hotel and homo calls pro...

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. — 28 August 1909

i I f 1 T TEE STANDAHB OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 28 1909 4 1 r RAN M 11 L l Rtff ENS Ladles sbould make entry for their ncqrilo and fancy work at once No space can be reserved No charges far entries Call at Standard ofllco to make entries before lcd Friday possible B G Butter Is the highest qual ity and best color It lools like good butter and It Is Miss Petcrcon Returns Miss Ma Ulrta Paterson primary supervisor oZ Webor county schools has just re turned from the cast She visited the NftUPual Educational Association at Denver Inter went to Iowa and No br 03ft a to attend chautauqua and spIlt the summer In study and recrea tion Got your fair exhibits at the Fair Grounds before C m m next Satur day evening Tho Fair officials will heat the Fair grounds every day from now 011 Lost Ingersoll midget watch and fob with K on Return 1722 Wash Reward Mrs Keller Will Erect a Home John M Mills superintendent of the Ogden schools will In the near future begin the erec tion of a 5000 residence o...

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. — 28 August 1909

T r j7 < i rnflW vfw ZF V A v v i JF f 1Iii7 7 Ir1tf F t f 1 r tf < r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 28 1009 7 l rv I I I U C I A c NIELJ KEPT I I LAVVNI I gives added beauty to any home and to properly cut and trim it buy a Lawn Mower that you know will cut the grass oven and smooth At the prices we are offering our highgrade lines I of mowers every one should buy I I I rClover Loaf 12in cut 275 i 14in cut 300 rColonial12in cut 4OO f j 14in cut 9425 16in out S450 W Elm Park 14rin out 55O l I IGin cut 575 International in cut JB750 I 17in cut SS25 I = 19in cut S950 I The above prices are what the goods cost us and in addition wo i give a grass catcher with every mower This Is certainly a I chance to buy High Grade Mowers at the lowest prices ever heard of in Utah 4 PHONE PHONE j 8 GEO A a LOWE CO v S sc t R il JHc I Jt rl BUSINESS OF METHODIST CONFERENCE COMPLETED I Practically all of tho routine busi ness before tho Methodist conference I now bclnp held lu Sail Lake ...

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. — 28 August 1909

I Tr J P 4c I 1 r t t t S mE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 28 1909 I ltr J E 1i < Jr Z i I A Bus ne s E dajcabon c I f W II I i tn ILdII In I v r h1 I nc r e a S e I U r r I I rt i n S 10 Larnng Fver I bettrtue Y r dt y I 1 OGDN BUSNSS 1 COLLEGE j fOURTH AND fifTH flOORS Lt1S BLOCK > W Fan Term Commenoes uesday August 31 st I Depart1meID Raltes 01 Tilllom English Day Session Commere al Six IMiOKttas any Dejpft 5000 SIDlora an d Twelve MonSIns amy Depi 9000 Typewri ing lEveoiIJillJ S4 sioii Civil Serviceo By the Pw1 zh 500 tlFo lFo f = t3fI t r Io i ifcCT W IiIjfT 1 l We State That We SSiaSI We Prmiis That We Will rf M WE GUARANTEE J 10 PLACE EVERY GRADUATE IN A GOj POSITION j 1 MaR e yom edmleaUon 1 maUell o b1li iilss ffti RIl1lIk itftolsaKdact H DO IT NOW I < I JL A MARTlIN PedelliL IILLllAM PtUG1HI9 M IDi31elf rt u VIc S t Il O 7rW w = U1e 1 J r o z + + 4 t A SCHUl TZTRIMBLE NUPTIALS I On Thursday evening at S15 at the homo of Mr and Mrs J B Trimble occurred the ma...

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. — 28 August 1909

r t j1 t t t 1 Pages 9 to 1 1 H E OGDE d STANDARD I Part Two II J j THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 206 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 28 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS I r i i i l 4t t i A it 1 7 r l 1 t rj t 1 p kT i r Z F P I t c ULLO Suffroncc > H Sophronia Miranda Powers idly sitting N atop the stakcandridcr fence in front of her fathers cabin a faded red sun bonnet pulled over her eyes started so at the unexpected greeting that she most tell off hear scat Then as she took a fresh hold on the top rail to steady herself she looked up in delighted surprise at a little girl before her mounted on a pony Wy Jane Kooscr she cried how yc tkccrcd me 1 t Didnt I sneak on you though said Jane She f slipped from the big mans saddle that nearly covered f her tough little pinto and climbed up beside Sophronb Vat ye doin daown here asked Sophronia edg ing along the top rail hospitably to give Jane plenty of room hit aint mail day I know hit retorted Jane loftily hit aint mail day cr Sunday Sophronia ...

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. — 28 August 1909

L H I t H 1 J I Y i it t t 0 11 a her ITHE INTERMOUNTAIN FOUR STATE FAIRber B 3 B n PRMUMusi 1 > r s r f Awards for Everything Manufactured and Produced > l iafoUl StatesGet Ready for the Biggest 1 Week Ogden Ever Had I 1 < 1 1 DEPARTMENT A j J < J C NYE Supervisor k i j 11 j I lICIt 2nd 3rd 1 > 1 1at1 OF EXHIBIT Prize Prize Prlzo 1 J I t CLASS 1 GRAIN AND SEEDS J Peen hard wheat S5W 5300 ICQ J POck soft wheat 500 300 100 n Pck of ryo IOO 200 100 J reek or onst 4W 200 lW i C JCMC of barley k 4W 200 10 G Peck of biiskxvhoit 100 200 103 c 7 Gal Seed Peas 3W 2W1CO S Gal Alfalfa Seed 300 200 100 U Gill Timothy Seed 300 200 100 10 GuJ Orchard Grass Seed 300 200 100 11 Cal Clover Seed 300 2W lW 12 Com any kind 20 cars 300 200 100 13 POll corn 20 cars 3M 200 100 f 11 Swoot corn 20 earn 300 200 100 CLASS 2 VEGETABLES 1 Cucumbers one doz SCO 200 10 2 Gnl Pickling cucumbers 300 200 100 3 llubbard squashes four 300 ZOO 10 4 Other squashes four 300 200 103 6 Field pumpkins four 3...

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. — 28 August 1909

I J 1 > I > t < i < I there Mall be Ihrso or more oxhlblin In each num f K r of Imy Clara If hero txro two cxhiblla In ouch number then the cash awards ahnll be onohulf oC J above award If any clans hilt lens than two ox hljlts In each numbor then NO cash awards shall lnt mado to any oxhlblt In that class Best hull 3 years or over Gold Medal j Be < t bull U and under 3 years old Gold Modal k j Best bull 1 year old and under 2 Gold Medul 6 Uest bull calf Gold Medal Lr G Best cow 3 yearn or over Gold Medal c T JJoab heifer 2 and under 3 years old GoldModal fc Hqnt hHfcr 1 and under 2 yearn old Gold Mdal f p Best calf heifer Al Gold Medal CLASS 74 HEREFORDS I Clio Knmo awards will bo inndo for exhibits In t teti olas f13 provlSVid In class 73 CLASS 75 POLLED CATTLE j BERDEEN ANGUS CALLOWAV AND nED POLLED The ramp awards will bo mado for exhibits In nIl class ns provided In class 73 CLASS 76 DEVONS Tho name awards will be mado for exhibits In this 4 class as provided In c...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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