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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 January 1909

LY J > < THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 I 1 Have You Seen the New I I 4 d h 1909 HA T It is the only really new Hat 1909 of the 20th century C D IVES CO BROOM HOTEL CORNER STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngcNo 56 Bell Phone two ringsNo 56 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo BO Bell Phono one ringNo 56 RANDOM REFERfENCfES G W Tcrrlll of Kaysvlllo spent yes tordaj In the city GLOBE THEATER The most up todato picture show west of Chicago Two changes of program a week Tues day and Saturday Matinee every day except Sunday South of Grand Opera House W J Randall of Oxford Idaho came down from the Idaho city yesterday to meet with friends Buy Red Cross Stamps In Human itys Sake to Stamp out Tuberculosis Then buy Meats Stamped U S In spected for yours and your familys pake A guarantee that It Is free from Tuberculosis Germs P L Alfred of Paris Idaho is an Ogden visitor for a short time City Coal Co Cor 21st Wash Belt 120 Ind 220 W Haddenham Mgr I Fas...

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. — 4 January 1909

rtra vo J f Or P 01 1 t JIf j i f f 00 1r I r 7 t L t OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 STANDARD 4 THE 6 fi 0 L 3 C H 0 I ri RANDOM7P t I REffRENCESjo Goes to Hot Springs Superinten dent V A Whitney of the Utah divis ion of the Union Pacific left Sunday evening for Denver and Arkansas Springs on a months leave of nb cut Q Ho has had a year of hard rustling in straightening out affairs generally and handling n heavy bus iness on tho western end of the Un ion Paclftc system and Will recuper ate for a season During his absence Assistant Superintendent Jeftors will be at tho helm and with Chief Clerk OlmHtead will keep things moving along in till old mans absence Pri vate Secretary A Capcnter will lake advantage fMr AVhUneys ab sence to vlolt lends at Denver and incidentally employan ccculist la I unspo3c his oyes amUput Uic orbs In workIng condition once more t t Grand elewrU display and bull at Armory Kail January S Admission C9 cents per couple extra lady 25c Engines In ColliBion An a...

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. — 4 January 1909

1I l I J If w t j 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 N F r I X a A is 4 II 1 1 K tn 3 1 an ii9 478t f I 0 II 2 yi k fi i t 4 I Coffee Always uniform our 4 best product ld in 1 lb 2 lb 24 lb and S lb cans Yoar grocer will grind It f bettor if ground at homenot too fine 1 1 II i > r AMUSEMENTS GRAND OPERA HOUSE Dlrectii Northwcctcrn Theatrical Accn R P HERRICK Res Mgr I ONE NIGHT TONIGHT JAMES D BARTON CO offer by arrangement with HENRY W SAVAGE Tho only correct and authorized version of the ono vital play which has startled the world THE DEVIL As now being presented at the Garden Theater N Y City adopted by Oliver Hcrfonl from the original Hungarian of FRANZ MOLNAR alg New York Cact headed by RAMSEY WALLACE Complete and elaborate scenic production J I PRICES25c 50c 75c 100 SEAT SALE NOW ON i 206 IND ONLY fl r I We AreI Head quartrs i i FOR I Holidiy r Goods Proper Selooion JProp Good u y > > x L proper Bride 1 W r 3WP t Fw I tR rEg ON j DSDfi CO 1 WASHINGTON AVE...

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. — 4 January 1909

I i T 1i j 8 MONDAY EVENING I I THE OGDEN STANDARD l l T JANUARY 4 1909 A Sandwich Man need give himself little c6rnrelative to the style of his coat YOU should Your clothes are sometimes a business asset and always a social one They will be at least that if this label marks your suit or coat y f aIJ rtrr It IB proof conclusive that yourgarment is RIGHT right in style right in tailoring and right in the hang Qf it And lastly right in price SUITS 1000 TO 4000 0 Watson = T ann r Clothing Co feo JACOB RIIS TO LECTURE IN 06DEN Hr HT HE BATTLE OF THE SLUMS H WILL BE THE THCIS Joted Lecturer Will Illustrate Lecture With Wealth Stcreoptlcon Views at Web r Academy The third lecture of the course that Its being given by tho Weber stake academy will be given on the evening lof tho 7th of this monthat the audUfJjf Irlum of the institution by Ja Qjf A iRIIs the noted lecturer on J ho Bat tle With tho Slum II which j the sub ject he wIlLJLrcai T h Kccturo will be Illustrated w th a wealth oC ste...

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. — 5 January 1909

S Y r i STANDARD NO DISPATCHES GUESS WORK ARE GENUINE I t I WEATHER FciRECASrj br ffl AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST t an ar TJTAHTHE INDICATIONS THAT JI NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN WEATHER WILt B TRJI THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS + RAIN OR SNOW ANn MUCH COLDER TONIGHT AND TOMoRoWUIJ Lii THIRTYNINTH YEARNO4 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 5 1909 1 I I I I EFIVECENTs FOURTEEN THOUSAND BODIES BURIED iN RAILROAD cE1rTwEs 9000 Refugees Have Left Aessina and 9000 Persons RemainHorrors of Sanitary Conditions are Unspeakable and Only Roughest of Sur gical Attention Is Possible400 Wounded Persons Were on Hospital Ship Without a Single Nurse EARTHQUAKES OCCUR AT INTERVALS OF 20 MINUTES O Rcgglo Jan Earlhquakos 0 O have occurred here today at 0 O intervals of twenty minutes 0 O At noon a quake stronger than 0 O the others caused a number 0 O of Btandlng walls to collapse 0 O and created a condition of 0 O panic among the survivors It 0 O Is not thought there were any 0 O casua...

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. — 5 January 1909

1 r 1 p t 1 I I 2 > ri J THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1909 I i WARRANT FOR ARREST ISSUE On Complaint of Gambler > r Against JBarry McMillan of Goldfield Reno Nov Jan 4A warrant for tho arrest of J Harry McMillan who a hlevcc publicity recently as tbo re puted millionaire fianco of too act ress Edna Goodrich now Nat Good wins bride was Issued today for ser vice at Goldfleld Tho warrant was issued on complaint of Jim May a gambling house keeper of national 1 reputation who alleges that McMillan secured 8000 from him on worthless checks last November May says Mc Millan won 3000 recently at one of t his games and later lost giving his check for the amount which Was not honored Nat Goodwin In an Inter I view here today said I know this man McMillan but cas ually and through stories he has ven tilated through the pross linking his name nits me and mine It has been very unpleasant to mo I believe however ray firm has something fur ther to take up with him Goodwins uttera...

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. — 5 January 1909

I 0 > THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 5 IQOd I I OgdenBusiness Directory Advertisements in this column cost 7Gc per lino per mouth payable In ad vance AtuZ ZtuA Bell333 ITA Tick tumorrow but Caoh tuday A 1000 od things In a 1000 nu ways Nearly like finding cm Ubet It pays Pea n n t rons t e r H orsepowe rSmo kes tacIt ExcurBlouwagonRestboothesCuttor c ABSTRACTORS The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber coun ty Office under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS ij A Graves tho architect has moved to rooms 38 and 39 Lewis BUt ATTORNEYSATLAW A G HORN AttorncyatLaw Offices over Bavlcona Drug Store I seek the business or ail parties am attorney against all corporations and jonopollea Pre pared to transar any and all kinds of legal bueinrjs E T HULANISKI AttornoyatLaw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice S T CORN AttcrneyatLaw 207 208 Fint Natl Bans Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney and Coun relor at Law 10 and 41 Firs...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 January 1909

t 4 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1909 1 ht turn Entered as secondclass matter at the POBtoffic Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sundays > jy The Standard Publishing Co SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In AdvanceIt 5 76 Six Months In Advance 425 Tvrcivo Montha In Advance 800 AfaovA prices Includt Sunday Morning Examiner Free Circulation uacanfce Thii Ctrttfiti that theefreatation oftbe EVAN fcJiAnJJAitD bt been oodhtd and 13 guaranteed bj tbt AdrtrtnerCerti6cd Circulation Blue Book JSl U Si CklJll This Paper J prortd bjr wrtitlpatloo that tbeeireuUtfoa record arc kept rich SJ are and the circulation slated with lICh eceartcj that tdtrtittn tnajr teljr on any sttratatt oftaacntude by pablitbtrt omJer the ownership tad waoafemtnt i loeoatfol Aim 20 1908 I ITHE STANDARD EAT CARD I In Force Feb 1 1908 Flat Rate Any Number of Inches Changes Daily Per Inch 1 I Once Twice Erery Wve IDvcIj each each other wck weak day da Y I 260 24c 22c 20c SPECIAL POSITION Page...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 January 1909

1 h Wf 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1909 i one i H B < t SPECIALS All Dressed Gloves and S 12 Price 2484 Wash Ave TOWN TALK The new 1009 TJal ot ryeS has been the subject of more at tention than any hat shown in Ogden in many a dny t It has made a hit with the good dressers and is destined to be the leading hat of the sea son It is suitable for any man over 16 or iinder 100 years old Co D IVES CO Broom Hotel Corner QjI Wo dont know anything about tho Dry Goods business but we do know the DRUG BUSINESS inside outside up and down and through the middle Wo were educated In the science of filling prescriptions and we fill them more correctly than any one in the city Lot us fill yours Prescription Specialists 2479 Washington Ave Ogden Utah FOR THE DAINTY PASTRY DISHES OF THE DINNERS YOU ARE PLANNING FOR THE HOLIDAYS Riverdale High Patent j Flour i t i Jij To Bake Use Peorys Crescent Flour It saves J time patience and money 5 Timo7l > ocauso results are sure lio 10r P...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 January 1909

r i y THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 1 > x i = i We are holding our Midwinter Clearance Saleand we chal lenge the whelp Clothing Fraternity to offer better Clothing Hats or Toggery at lower prices I i We clean house at this season of the year and everything must move Were going to forget about the cost of our stocK and let nothing prevent our maKing this Midwinter Clearance Sale a I f Y Y hummer I Any man who expects to continue wearing Clothing or who r has a few boys to Keep covered cannot afford to miss this sale > FOR CONVENIENCE IN CHOOSING WE HAVE DIVIDED OUR STOCK INTO THREE LOTS Suits and Overcoats Reduced 14 to 12 r I Lot i Includes every Suit Overcoat and Raincoat of which we have but one or at the most three of a lot left broken lotsthese we have cut very deepyou may choose them for Onehalf regular price f 1 I S 1 i L y Lo 2Includes the balance of our entire stock of mens and 1 boys Overcoats and Raincoatsnothing reservedall new f Mens 150 garments o...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 January 1909

I r I I < + v x THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1909 v A1Pl ft dlcP L I It floats But that is not the only reason why you should use Ivory Soap for the bath Other reasons are It lathers freely rinses quickly and leaves the skin cool clean and smooth as satin For all purposes that involve the use of a bcttcrthanordi nary soap Ivory Soap is with out an equal No H free alkali in it j no coloring matter no injurious ingredient of any kind Ivory Soap 994J1Oo Per Pent Pure Ii 0 4 lVe Are Head quarters FOR Holiday Goods i I I Proper Selection v Proper Goods Proper Prices Call and Inspect WM DRIVER SON DRU6 CO 2453 WASHINGTON AVE n AS GOOD AS NEW In appearance at least will be your Suit If you bring it here to be Dry Cleaned and Pressed Old Suits that have been practically discarded wo L make to look shapely and neat again It Is an art which few understand as vell as we Although tho garments may bo entirely out of shape wo press them into shape again We call for and deliver wor...

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. — 5 January 1909

> lL 8 TUESDAY EVENING 1 lH 19 THE OGDEN STANDARD J r o T JANUARY 5 J909 j 1HE BLACK CABINET CHIEF JOHN E WILKIE OF THE UNITED ATES SECRET SERVICE LOOKING OVER THE ROGUES GALLERY FILES AT UPPER LEFT MR WILKI E AT HIS DESK IN THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT UPPER RIGHT CHIEF WILKIE AND FIRST ASSISTANT STUDYING THE MAP IN HIS OFFICE By Waldon Falcott The United States secret service which Is the bone of contention be tween tho president and congress In s controversy that promises to become r historic is frequently denominated the least known branch ot our govern ment Whether tho present agltu It lion will dispel the mystery that has Dicing existed is very doubtful Jf a debate is precipitated there doubtless will be an airing of certain phases of secret service work but It Is not to bo expected that there iwll bo any lift of the veil as regards the means and methods of Uncle Sams I clack cabinet 1 Owing to the stipulation made by congress In providing the last annual I appropriation for the...

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. — 6 January 1909

J 1 l C I i d 1 NO GUESS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE AND GUAR ANTEED BY THE GREATEST t tn UTAHTHE INDICATIONS ARE Qti1 THAT THE NEWS GATHERING ASSO SNOW AND WEATHER COLDER TONIGHT WILL BE CIATION IN THE WORLD + AND TOMORROW > < r 39TH YEARNO5 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 6 1909 I r I PRICE FIVE CENTS I ANOTHER SOURCE OF DANfiER TO TIlE SURVIVORS IN ILL = FA TED MESSINA if Hungry and Rabid Dogs Run Wildly Through the City and Devour the Dead Many of the Injured Unable to Protect Themselves Are Attacked by the Mongrels Messina Jan GDoss now consti tute ono of the dangers to the earth quake refugees These animals starv ing and often rabid through lack of water gnaw the corpses like hyenas rod frequently attack the refugees themselves Among tho wounded who loft Palermo last night was a young man whose eyes ana right cheek had been horribly mutilated by dogs Af ter tho earthquake he was burled In debris up to his neck and while thns un...

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. — 6 January 1909

1 c J d t 1 < < THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 J 1909 r it p 2 1 AUTHORITIES FILLED WITH ALARM BY REPORT Of TYPHOID OUTBREAK Proper Precautions Must Be Taken at Once or Disease Will Become Widespread Many Have Died of Their Injuries More Shocks Reported at Reggio King J Victor Pleased at Relief Sent by Americans Offers Advice I < as to Means of Distribution Romo Jan 5The report from Mes rina that typhoid fever has broken out there has filled tho authorities with alarm and apprehension It Is realized hero that unless proper sani tary precautions are takon at once tho disease may spread far outside tho ruined district King Victor Emmanuel today received Ambassador GriGcom who presented him with the steamer Bay cm in the name of the American re lief committee representing the American people Tho Bayora is loudod with provisions and medical nupplloa and Is ready to proceed to the Strait of Messina Tho king was greatly pleased and said that the Americana wero always...

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. — 6 January 1909

j J Ir < w J THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 OgdenBusiness Directory I AdvcrtlBcruonts In this column cost 75c per line per month payable in ad vance AtuZ ZtuA Bcll333 ITA Tick tumorrow but Cash tuday A 1000 od things In a 1000 nu ways Nearly like finding em Ubet It pays Pen n u trons tor H orscpowe rSmokes tack ExcursIonwagonRestboothesCuttcr c ABSTRACTORS The D W Ellis Abatract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractora of Title to any land In Weber coun ty Office under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS G A Uravca the architect nan moved to rooms 38 and 39 LewIs Blk ATTORNEYSATLAW A Q HORN AttorneyatLaw Offices over Bodconfi Drug Store I seek the business ol all parties am attorney against all corporations and jonopolles Pre pared to transar any and all kinds of legal busings E T HULAN1SKI AttornoyatLaw Rooms 407408 First NaUonal Bank building General practice S T CORN AttcrnoyatLaw 207208 First Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney and Coun selor at Law 10 and 41 Firs...

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. — 6 January 1909

Lj r 1 < I > A I > NI THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY t JANUARY 6 1909 > = y r 0 I Entered al eoonflol matter at the Po toffice Ogdin Utah under Act of GongreH PttbUe4 Daily xoJPt 3110QI78 h77l1e standard Publishing Go I UltCRIPriONi ant M entt1 pAdyanceo f 71 Six Montlu In Advance 411 Twelve Month In Advance KM Above price Include und y Morning Examine Freer I r Circulation Guarantee Thk Certifiti that the circulation of the viN1NG SAiWARD b f bete audited and if guaranteed the Adrertotri Certi6ed Circulatha Blue Rook C A 7 P W Thu Paptr hat prortii bjr ihttitipatioa tilt11M elrrulatioo recordt art kept with cart and the emulation Minted with nth tceerttr that adrtrtiten oar nlr on an rttttmtoU oftatoe made br the publhbert anltr the owatrtbip aod management < J lotoDtrol AuB 20 1908 THE STANDARD EATK CARD In Force Feb 1 1908 Flat Bate Any Number of Inches Changes Daily Per Inch Twice Every Once Ever each each other day week week day i 260 240 22c 20c SPECIAL POSIT...

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. — 6 January 1909

THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 is i TOWN TALK The new 1909 lint at Ivcs has been the subject tff more at tention than any hat shown in Ogden in many a day i w It has made a hit with the good dressers and is destined to be the lending hat of the sea son It is suitable for any man ovor 16 or undor 100 years old Co D SVES CO I Broom Hotel Corner TO INVESTIGATE NEW RACING CIRCUIT El Paso Jan 5Colonol Malt Wlnn pirsldent of tho American Turf asso ciation arrived here tonight enrouto to Mexico City to investigate a plan for the now racing circuit The Mexican government has spec ified the plants at Mexico City and at Juarez be completed by December 1909 Tho plant at Juaroz is to cost not less than 200000 and that at Mexico City not less than 300000 Olier cities to be Included in the cir cuit are Monterey in the state or Nue a Leon Guadalajara n tlC state i of Jalisco and Puobla In tne district federal U S GOVERNMENT WON FORESTRY SUIT Denver Jan 5The United States governme...

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. — 6 January 1909

i J r6 J t < p THZ3 iTANDABD t OGDEN UTAHc WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 j RANDOM REfERENCES 1 of The famous ort and architecture Goethes Strasburg will ho told by Lilian Andrews FarnBWorth at the MS Theater Friday evening Departed For the North General Manager OBrien of the Oregon Rail way and Navigation company arrived from the eouth in his private car early this morning and left shortly alter wards for the north after a confer ence with General Manager Bancroft The management of the Isis Theater will entertain the Ladles Literary I club Friday evening I derailed CarA derailed freight car at Rlvertou last night delayed HiOjGrande traffic In that section for several hours No one was Injured and a wrecking crow straightened out tlietroube during the night < Friday evening at eight oclock the m of the laiR Theater will I give the public a special treat Lil ian Andrews Farnaworth will explain hexfamous Strasburg pictures Attending a Funeral Ben Living ston and Bcveral members of tho ...

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. — 6 January 1909

r 9 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JANUARY JANV RX 6 1909 r 0 V t rwe Are Headquarters II FOR HoRid21Y Goods Proper Selection Proper Goods 1 Proper Prices Call and Inspect WE DRIVER SON BRDG CO 2453 WASHINGTON AVE iiT Ji fij irlHKP7rrT rt > r I AS GOOD AS NEW In appearance at least will bo jour Suit If you bring It hero to be Dry Cleaned and Pressed Old Salts that have been practically discarded we make to look nhapoly and neat again It Is an art which few understand nu well as we Although the garments may be entirely out of nhape wo preHS them Into shape again We call for and deliver work promptly and charge but little for our Borvlcoa OGD3N STEAM LAtNDRY 00 Launderers and Dry Cleaners Doth Phones 174 437 36th St I A JUMP In prices In Hay and Oats Is predicted Jf youare studying the best interests of your pocket book and the welfare of your horses and chickens buy now before the prices are too high CHARLES F GROUT Hay and QraSn Dealer 352 24th 8t BROOM RESTAURANT REMOVED TO V...

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. — 6 January 1909

t J2 r r i C h 4 ifI I v i J 18 WEDNES DAY Ev NINGr1 BB 1 IE OGDENSTANDARD I O JANUARY 6 t9G9 J I p r r A Passport of Good Credit An acCount with the Commercial National Bank Is something wtiich every prudent porsonapproTclafes is a passport of good credit Why not lot your surplus sh Increase at Compound terost by opening an account with us now L 4 per cent Interest Pala one persce L Savings Accounts OO 2G e i NATJ 0 NAt r A l Capital 1a0 00000 NK I Surplns Profits 7500000 r OGDENtUTAH CiW I THERE IS A REASON FOR IsEADACHE YOUR HEADACHE If your head aches every day t after 1Q oclock n m you should r have your eyes examined Con y tinued strain on the eye muscles will produce a tired effect and tired muscles mean ache which develops a headache nothing = ck w will cure but properly adjusted glasses Ask your neighbor who wears glasses why she Is wear Ing them and ulna will tell you she wears them to prevent head aches Ninety par cent ot the glasses worn today are for this I ill 11I11 Ia...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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