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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

2 0 = = r H + 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 i i ijJ It > t lEtmtittg fttmtbatb Ii Publlshod Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann j BRICKS FROM OGDEN 1 A request comes from Minneapolis for Ogden white pressed bricks This region is sending peaches apples and tomatoes to Minneapolis and a few bricks thrown in would make the conquest 1 of that city so certain as to force complete capitulation BUILDING UP OF OGDEN t Ogden is going ahead advancing more rapidly than any other city in this region This is all due to the absence of any boom hys teria in tho past two or three years while booms wore popular Ogden is building substantially and not beyond the actual de mands of business There is no inflation and no effort at a false I growth The city is enjoying an expansion in proportion the in dustrial prospects based on the resources of this section I While some cities of greater pretensions are slipping backward I after a period of booming Ogden is laying the fo...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

I 4 V I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 g I REAL ESTATE I FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT IHESE COLUMNS ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE large lot harD room for four torsos lola of hay wagon Ono block from busi ness entor Apply P M Poulson 1M04 Washington 526tt I NEAT cottage of four rooms fino lawn shrubbery 130000 2C31 Mon roe D92wks UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R DEPART I eiExprenv for Iho Eoot I 7CO nm 10 To Salt Lako 90 om 12 Salt Lalcc Pnonenisor 1251 pm 1 ALtk Limited east Jo > pm I < Allumlo Moll Mill 6 pm I Grand Junction Express fcu pU ARRIVE I SIOKcJcn Passenger 113 anv 1 Limited from oaet t45 P5J 1 l Chicago Ex from cast 3W pm 7 Ogden Exprcaa 3M Pm > I 11 Local from Sanpoto IM pm I Utah and Cat Kxprcsn x3ZO am UNION PACIFIC R R CO Tr1 i tto l Eastbound j Depart SMall and Express i 8 > SO am p lOjFnst llnll I S15 am SfLos Angeles Ltd dally1105 pm SlOvorlsnd Limited I 230 pm 4Atlantlo Exprosa 1 6up...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

tV Krtx = = it I a THE EVENING 5TAKT AJK1 CmuiSN u UTAH MONDAY JSBFTHTtlSEB 1Z 1U10 11 i WILCOX GROCERY CO t 2462 WASHINGTON AVENUE r > ALL CLASSES OF PEOPLE I I f patronize our establishment because we cater to all classes Tho profes sional man and the tradesman aUk find the advantage of dealing with IIf J bpcause we arc always offering UiJ I best moneysavins values Let us show you that It is to YOUll I rdanlugc to trade Uore because you I will get tho beat qualities tho prompt I est jcrvico and tho most pleasing I prices I Watch our dally market letter Fruits vegetables fresh every day Place your orders early uhU thereby j got the pick ofour mornings stock Prompt deliveries courteous treat juent i Peachrti btiKhol IMO Poaches basket 20c I Plums basket 20c Bananas doxcu IIOc Oranges dozen 20c to nCc Potatoes 15 urn 25c I Fresh Tomatoes 4 his lOc Fresh Utah Cauliflower Ib lie New Utah Honey pCI oomb15c I I Egg Plan < 1 Oc I Watermelons lOc to 35c tj i Cantaloupes 5c to iCc F t...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

r V i x 11 r ea t d r4 J md 1 ho lesW t i Dte ast i e ley I fs U he ge M r + al the Ras ai and his where t irvatlon v L Paul jft ft 4TIONSi 1C Laws GIs beurdlty t loCatioog islty for d by a i ral land > < nUng of f d office innot oo las pre uling1t11 i unleh t r unleu advance i Both of y illy pro a where ir t OUB rcfli 4Y r surface Is dlsf drllllD aroused has no L oil men ry existing J nt fromi of the 7 In Call vo b ni lie lands oral en r klahoma lj coverlej a on lands Into prl t Mining 1 the last roes and ed from district I J tar t I j I 004 004i Vt tCk IIII J i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 5 1 THE CROCKERY PEOPLE 1 REMODELING SALE NOW ON Goods SICillCedW Mis Have Space for the AJfpenteJrs and Decolfoillftors Two Weeks of TIremendous ReductionsNothiin ReservedEvleJryUdI lff Must Go c Thin Lead Blown Tumblers regular Thin8 now r 4c Sevenpiece WG s Berry Sets regular 75c now v 38 c i Fourpiece Glass Tea Sets regular E 750 and 100 now u eD C Large Gla...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

r = T TTJ ± I 8 I V lilj mvjsrurm STAIN JJAKDJ OGDEN UTAH MONDAY si5rTEHrjBsii 12 lUlU ROOSEVELT HAS I A DAY I OF REST I J OSTER BAY N Y Sepc 11 After ail absence of three weeks Col on el Roosevelt is home again weary from his western trip but well sails I lied with the result He enjoyed e con minute of It he said The colonel reached New York ac 10 oclock this morning from Pius I burg His first orders were that no ono should bo permitted to Invade the I privacy ot Sagamore 11111 and for the day ho relapsed Into the comfort I and seclusion of his family life To morrow ho will plunge into a mass of correspondence It is likely that this will occupy t I I t his entire day and that whatever con i sultations are to como with those who I have In hand the HptiX to force his flection as tcmpoVaty chairman j the coming Republican state conven tion will be postponed unUl Thurs day when he will visit his office I again Before he started on his trip Col onel Roosevelt had salJ little on pub lic ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 12 September 1910

II 1 t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 rI i t Jr b7 4 V 4f f < i I t r 4 I I r f full of fajl ally erron Burton scl ho pltcWrj was of tlf rut ie poor sip Ut then i to get cit I or theM id probablr f y weatil 1 n Teeete f was WA f acb1oij Peters Pafij WardieIg 1 I1nil H Iundi 1IIWil1 st1 n1Zi t TolhtJt I Iio I ration i of the PiP III Int inday Sit esenl Zlff rth of Sif 1 Joeptlai o tii ers oj4 W lerspoon ncnbers t from E reudlI1c cots HIj iC roaM secrll eessloi 3li red tOI lJ Lcv i hce Dc a WOIfl mary tog on Pr1r ncm14 tnpbcii o DoC elor latlon her ofi ILor 1 Vork othr No G n cattCt ° t1G or f rown rth dSllcnI 1 OUUC 1faSa Cr tr1Cd rCCe Iccti1Ist tces to while nCES e tO Ic tfefltl T RANDOM j REfERENCES J Continued from Page Five I A man by tho name of Adams IB 1 around Ogdon soliciting advortlsc I monts for tho Standard and collecting money In advance Ho should ho promptly reported to Uip police de partment i Maccabees will receive tho state ban ner at the...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

11 r I a I 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 110 7 HTTLE DAUGHTER HAD SGALr HUMOR Itched So that She Scratched Until BloodCame Hair Fell Out Scalp had Unpleasant Odor Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Four Weeks Scalp Perfectly Clear I Hair Began to Grow Again and Now I Has Beautiful Long Hair I S II Whenmy littlo daughter won about t fivo years old aho was taken with tho mcoslc A few wcokfl k after thw memlen wero 1 g gone sho began to havo R Bovcro scalp mmor I It itchcde BO thai Bho I would scratch tho wholo JJvt tJ lN1 day until tho blood came Wo had a doctor I 11JD11 and tried a good many I I fr other remedies but p L nothing helped Her hair all feil out and tho s Hcalp lUolf bad an un pleasant odor I I Aftor wo had tried nV I I all the other remedied I lJ m my wife told mo to try I I 3LX J tho Cutlcura Remedies I Wo bought ono calro of c I Cutlcura Sonp and one box of Cutlcura Ointment Wo used tho Cutlcura Rem cdlra according to directions and in about thre...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

AA k 1 r I 1 arance 1 e most ts ol i tsassist assist assist rag that h cus satisfy choose ry one Writ sn our aumer rns the air I liange i epared squirc s 1 thes I ve at 23E5 pedal jrorK act InterciH i the clgttf ar will WM wer grades RED I t In an ai3 10 track ofl Is afternoon aly and dg r t J er of one ofo tho IblCli urtk lapc y mist pipe tf tached aridji 1 lain brouihF n stop l rt ntly 101 roken toll T anlclan auqj v t lightly burt t actlcallr df i t5 i 9 J 1 l uI 4 I I st cond day for NC I t sleeping send day Jvantagetr lllwaukee fij j i1 e KJ r 1Cate9 00 00 t ere Casbr piers rgO 1 are 1 1 1 J l1r 1 + a r r I 4 3 f 1 if i fiLET n f j < j + LET YOUR WANTS r BE G h WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE t 1 + Sr i s n THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD y t WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL a 11 FAIR NOT SUCH CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE f Fortieth YearNo 220 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 131910 Entered as Second Class Matter at tho Poatofficc Ogden Utah MN F CARRiE...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

= v 1 Q H r 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBEK 13 lUiO r 11J turuiug ta1t ar i l Publishccfaily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann THE RETURNS FROM MAINE The election in Maine J a defeat for that clement within the Re I publican party which known as Regulars has been resisting the reformations demanded by Roosevelt Dolliver Cummins La i Folletto Beveridgc and other statesmen whose labors for the par y in the papa have been above criticism and whose fealty had never i questioned until the abuses within the party became unbear able and forced them to demand changes which action the Stand Patters tried to make odious by branding those men as renegades and insurgents Now the body of the party is rejecting the Stand Patters and making the Insurgents the controlling force and i where that process is not in progress the party itself as in Maine is being defeated j In Maine the party leaders realizing their weakness on national lines sought to confine the conflict to state issue...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

I w I W Ir U l tb I qil I TEE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 3 S l c t J iJ < J iX fI r y 7 Jojcpl Poery i i en sec r fofth < astc1 I no PI 23Y 1 ntral OIF 2 noonrit larlcs Jo1 tho si n Fridsjg > t W3 41 i on SeptS 1 LIe5 J otes caiy HowdftM d forD gerfle ThF I Into itt vhcro tfcef iCSS 1sWil to fbl1ndt ld ady to rt ed by ttfJ under lbt f lY to e SlOO cla l ireS taring relf mOll3th he t r man t s lnl1 bip 111 alao f11 1 productS jnc or scratch7 bndc 01 oU a1 et t dIll rter Ill bet nhbU IU t rld ond iid0j and o finlsb brlll DIAliS It tb G 11 11ogde s r ceit et under 6 fC xtra IRUEAJL ES T E FOR l EAIL J3 GAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 50 FOOT LOT North Washington nemte IIcar Mound Fort school 2OO cash balance easy terms IVES REAL ESTATE COMPANY ItvO Twentyfifth St 9Ulwk ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE largo I lot barn room for four Iiorscs lots of hay wagon Ono block from busi ness enter Apply P M Poulson 1MOJ Washington G2Gtf rUomG NEAT collage of four rooms fino l...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

p i = I jj 1 j e TEE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 i WILCOX T GROCERY CO 2462 WASHINGTON AVENUE j I ALL CLASSES OF PEOPLE 1 fD II patronize our establishment becaurs vo cater to all clasues The profes sional man and the tradesman alike find the advantage of dealing with us I because we arp always offering the best moneysaving values Lot us show you that It Is to YOUR advantage to trade hero because you will get the best qualities the prompt est senIce and the most pleasing prices Watch our daily market letter Frulta and vegetables fresh every day Placo your orders early and thereby gqt the pick of our mornings stock Prompt deliveries courteous treat ment Peaches bushel 100 I Peaches basket 20c Plums badket 20c I Kananas dozen SOc Oranges dozen 20c to oOc I Potatoes 1 it Ibs 25c Fresh Tomatoes 4 Ibs 10c Fresh Utah Cauliflower lb lie 1 Now Utah Honey per comb 15c liTgg Plant lOc Watermelons lOc to 35c Cantaloupes 5c to iCe Tomatoes bURhel J5c Concord Grapes bae...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

Y lA Lot 7 bJ t i i Ii dlr p t fat t er hte ot I thin W IIot W1 1 he a lo 1 Idou 11 I tags tlt r of r1 a lI tQ1 t i i1 Dsideal 1e t ithoug Ovlcu I cepl1tin hmlosa rata tcj ftY t I N1S 1 N1Sx NQIj t Whll ned arj ashlngvi JCrt6tq d rtba of th < 3 3 tcnta > t EIWr J o CM Gllmia y Major so and 11 claFahy ace lae fl y tvor talon 1 0 s aboat Ungoa > jj IlItw lib ht ry of anij wcalthfff eatcrd3T J ehelii e UP 1 lrd fb lhi fllth I 7 i CABLE nvard 6l bltratiwl thee wed tyt s lltdlt cnterE3 G r rr 1 1j l 1 r + r i 1 1i J 1 t I n T 1 t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 J J THE CROCKERY PEOPLE < REMODELING SALE NOW ON C J Goods ScrfiffkedWe Must Have Space fDHi he Carpenter I and DecoJratorsTw Y Weeks of 1Irem eIDldous Red1lR tiionsNoUJling Re e1lvedonEveryt1l1ing l1hrn Go t r Thin Lead Blown Tumblers e regular 1 Thin8 now 4c Sevenpiece Glass Berry Sets regular 76c now J 38c Fourpieco Glass Tea Sets regular = r v 75o and 100 now eJ Qj L Large Glass Fruit Bowl...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

J I = l J v 1 1 I 1 j s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 I i I SHOWING OF J Autumn Millinery < r AT I i I t wtllt1 J 1fJI rfs r s I t l rJ Th e I j Jll I n r i 1 t t Ii I i A l l awl ItP rJ w t Zf 7 yf V PFII1CCSS9 p P1kZ I i r 23741 WashingioIDl Avznue I < We anicuinee ouir fall open ra i i I I log Thursday Friday 3111ld Saturday o this week o oWe 0 i I I We are showing ttee newest styles m eorreet I MtSItoes8y at lowest prlHeeso e Z > Ht rd fW I L IIA il 3H V < r j j 1 u We Carry a Full ILine Off t Ostl ich Plumes I I 1 r a At Spec o anny Low Prilce r ii r t I F A 2500 WILLOW PLUME i r i I WILL BE r r I r GIVEN AWAY I AT 5 OCLOCK c I THURSDAY r w I AFTERNOON I > r I 1 1 < I < 1 r It > I L I 11 rM r 7L1ib tJ = AoJ VI I r 1Iauzr L SIUUNERS AI 1 rUE DEVILS 1 SLHDE i H I Twentyfive men are at Devils I I I Slide preparing the grounds for the llrst annual summer circus ceic monlnl of Utah Shriners and have I been working for the past six ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 13 September 1910

f 4 1 I 0 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 191 1 b5 T4y I I Weve Good News For YOID I Our new woolens together t with the leading style sheets have just arrived they look immense better tlinn weve I ever seen Brown Grey and all the new colors in all the new r est patterns 4 M tI VAN DYKE ARLINGTON HOTEL Agency for Kahn Tailoring Co Indianapolis J HOW TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES LIKE NEW jj ADIES or gentlemens gar 1111 ments can be kept In beau S t i I Uful condition until worn LJ ontb taking frequent ad S vautaso of our dry cleaning and pressing service Our dry cleaning process removes the noil and stains from your cloth Ing freshens up tho fabric brightens the colors and raises tho nap lIke now It does not affect tho life or color of oven tho most dainty or deli cate garments I Our pressing service takes out thc S wrinkles creases and other marks of wear It gives the garments a new like shape and DU It removes all tho r S bagginess etc In tho knees and elbows Every gar...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 September 1910

T u < TC r tOJ fM < 7 C 7F 1 > t x < t 1 m t 1 p I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTSMBEK 1910 t j WilL HAVE MANY HORSES Al fAIR Frank SL D Skinner the wall known turf official who In to act as n presiding judge programmer and han j d ° dlcnppor for the 2Kiay running moot J Ing to start at Ogden Sept 23 has yy opened his office at Ogdon and gays j that every indication point to ono I of the best half rnllo track meetings over held In the west Ogden has always been handicap ped by a Jack or horses necessitating small fields said Judgo Skinner yes terday This fall however we will I hnro all we can tako care of and not only In numbers but In class of the homos will Ogden ECO tho beat meeting In Its history Only yester day I received tho application of Jack Keene asking for 35 atolls Mr I Keono Is shipping his stable from the New York tracks for tho winter I racing at Oakland and will stop over I In Ogden Other eastern horsemen on tholr way to California have al...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 September 1910

f f 1 a t 1f x < = w f r g t T > < t C arr II Ii S r l 0 fjf T T iy r r LET YOUR WANTS BE m WEATHER FORECAST r KNOWN IN THE t i c 4 THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE I EVENING STANDARD 1 y 1 X WEATHER WILL BE LOCAL SHOWERS TONIGHT TOMOR ROW GENERALLY FAIR I Fortieth YearNo 221Pricc Five Cent t OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER H 1910 l Entered aa Second Claac Matter at the Postofficc Olden Utah d k f ItrPEl XPLOSWN I Dirigible Balloon Blown Up Three of Crew Injured Baden Baden Sept 1ITho dirig Ible balloon Zeppolln VI while enter Ing her shed today was blown up by nn explosion of the motor In the rear rondola Threo of the crow were seriously Injured The Zeppelin VI will be remember ed hy Its notable flight from Fricder I khshafen to Berlin when It carried Count Zeppelin the Inventor on a visit to Emperor William When the Dculschland was wreck rd the German Airship Stock com pany which has Inaugurated a pass pDTor service In the vicinity of Bad en Daden chartered the Ze...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 September 1910

r L fJT1 C t 0J C r l < < t J l < 1M I f I r 1 Hy i i I l I 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1910 I iJJlrr 1EPttttug tatibarh Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann j 1 ANOTHER STATE HEARD FROM r 1 The Salt Lake HeraldRepublican read the Standard out of the I x Republican party three months ago when this paper predicted that insurgency would beSorae the dominant force within the party Since then several political events have been recorded which should I have kept the Stand Pat organ in the capital city busy reading I I others out of the party I I Wisconsin Michigan California Kansas North Dakota and Iowa I have been heard from and on Monday Maine reported Today we I have word from the state of Washington in which Poindexter as a 1 candidate for the United States senate was opposed by the friends of Ballingcr and the administration Poindexters election has been overwhelming By the time all the Republican states have been heard from the list of ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 September 1910

Ji T r r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1910 3 r f I E A I E I T A T E o REAL ARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS GO FOOT LOT North Washington neiuio noar Mound Fort school 5200 cash balance easy terms IVES REAL ESTATE COMPANY 3x0 Twentyfifth SL 013lwk I ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE large lot barn room for four iaoraoo Iota of hay wagon One block from busi ness center Apply P M Poulson 2101 Washington 526tf i NEAT cottage or four rooms flno lawn shrubbery 130000 2631 Mon roe 392whs = UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUG 28TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART 6 Exprc for tho East 7CO n m JO To Salt Lake 9CC orn I2SAH Lake PaascnKer 1245 pm ZAtlnatlc Limited cant Ito pm < Atlantic Mall cant fiWpm l Grand Junction Express 6iJ VTU ARRIVE iI S Ogden Pajisengor 1123 im I Limited from east 2 46 pm C Chicago Ex from eajjt 320 IIm I 7 Ogdon Express S0 pm I 11 Local from Sanpete < 10 pUL t Utah IL gnbJIl Express 1330 om 1i UNION PACIFIC R R CO Tr J I Nof Eantbound...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 September 1910

o r 0 ro > f > < ti 1 f j r < 7 r < > v i 1 0 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 lro I t 1I WILCOX t GROCERY CO o 2462 WASHINGTON AVENUE I ALL CLASSES OF PEOPLE j 0 II n Ij j i 4fltr I i f I I t patronize our establishment because I we color to all classes The profes sional man and the tradesman alike find the advantage of dealing with us because we arc always offering the best moneysaving values Lot us show you that it is to YOUR advantage to trade here because you will got tho best qualities tho prompt i est service and the most pleasing prices > prlceWatch our dally markot letter l Fruits and vegetables fresh every day Place your orders early and thereby cot the pick of our mornings stock Prompt deliveries courteous treat ment Peaches bushel iIlO Peaches basket 20c Plums basket 20c Bananas dozen 30c Oranges dozen 20c to BPc Potatoes 15 Ibs or 2Sc Frosh Tomatoes A Ibs Hc Fresh Utah Cauliflower lb He Now Utah Honey per comb liic Egg Plant ...

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