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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

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Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

d i r 1 s L f r uuiij t I 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEllf UTAH SlHIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1910 0 to 4 a r LI il ATTRACTIVE lnEWr iii I Ii AT THE ORPliHEUNli J TONIGHT = i MULLINI SISTERS S I Novelty Musicians This Week Rich with mirth sparkling with musical comedy features the vaudeville bill for the week at the Or I phouni baa all the look of a brilliant offering 0110 of the most alluring pro II grams the Orpheum has been able to Ion offer since its opening this sea son An Irish comedy sketch h of the highest order will be the fea ture act It ie entitled Mag Hagger tys Reception written by Will M Cress and splendidly phiycd by Thos J Ryan and Miss May Richfield Mr Ryan Is one of the moat original nat ural and artistic Irish character de lineators to bo found on the stage to I day His Mike Uaggerty is a legiti mate piece of acting and of tho 5Jgli order The sketch tcllis of the ilttlo exljodcarrler that vaudeville audl 1ii ouccs have grown so foncii r who has gone to Hvo with hl fashionabl...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

c1OSllll1 DB J SSSlIUIOB d S fl tJ IllI < j 1 S THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1910 3 CONSERVATIVE PROGRESSIVE BANKING S This Bank sohnts your business On ftp stronpth of coIIserv1 nyc iminagonHnf nniplo resourccsand ability to serve you promptly and courteously matter what t1IOSi7 sm of your account We aim to give our customers the best service ob tamable S SJ j Capital Stock 10000000 Surplus and Profits 10500000 1 oL FREEFREEFREE L S Tills Beautiful 500 ESTEY S PIANO On Dispiay at Our Store Come In and 0e8 a Cou t pon You may be the lucky one rc t Our great piano salo i The splendid bargains offered S Our guarantee on every instru ment kI r The idea that you will now be pat I ronizing home industry S I Our easy payment plan p 13 The standard makes of pianos we I q s handle such as Steimvay Kim I ball Sohmer Vase Sons Es 1 tey Henry F Miller andJothers 5 v BUYING A PIANO IS MADE VERY EASY AT THIS GREAT I SALE All We want to get for the pianos is the amount i...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

r 1 n I > r Jt 4 HE MORNINGS ANDARD OGDENr UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1910 11 1 I THE MORNING STANDARD Pupllched every day In the year by WM GLASMANN 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY CARRIER IN OGDEN CITY I Dally and Sunday one month I e i 65 I Dully and Sunday six months 1 375 j Dally and Sunday ono year l 700 1 By mall outside of Ogden City Throe months In advanco150 Ono Jour by mall In advance 600 Subscribers Wishing nddrcso of paper changed must give former as well as pnsont address Subscriptions In nil cases are pn lo in advance FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICESEVEN DAYS A WEEK WEATHER FORECAST < 7i UTAH Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday cooler Sunday f Jr FAIR OPEN TODAY 1r For the benefit of those who cannot visit the fair during tho l week days the management has decided to open the gates today for t halfprice All the buildings will be open and the exhibits can bo I 1 seen the same as other days But there will be no horse racing and L the bar will be closed The free attr...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

90SMZ 108 d j SSSt 122 108 d 7 n THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 251910 J 50 op p i cltu h s6a S l 1r a1 fl U ink ty II 1i r dl enllr adLt Lt IeL da1 1 Ie If TFi Il dt txl SBJ kS aft 11f I fet7 I i 11 5 ius lts a tit a1f a c I a113 zy tiit raT raTJ lt dirt ortr yr I Y fICI lll tl ole 014 Qho ukG neRi t N ct3 a c W oUrorrt CNI 4 I Go Out and See the Gas Range m = xhbIL f In charge of Mrs J So Groo in the Main Building at the FOURSTATE AR 1 Daia1Y Littie Butter RO PP s Will be served every afternoon and evening made with Peerys Crescent Flour Compressed Gas from the Utah Light Railway Cos plant will be used for cooking on the Gas Range Geo A Lowe also has a Gas Stove connected to a coal range using city gas Little Booklets of Special Recipes can be obtained at each of these exhibits UTAH LIGHT RYe COe D DECKER Local Manager J1 < r c Lodv Vl = A 1lf X71f d 2f EVE Y DAY 7 I 1SOr woRJcFor I ri You0 Aj yk r t 7 You aro also rcllovcl of worry and the poflMlblHty of cpit...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

L I ti7 ° r ii ri t 6 1 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JJPTEMBER 251910 f j H i A I 4 German Evangel cal PauiGAt Svrcdlah Lutheran church on Twpnt lr third street and Jefferson avenue Sunday morning eeaico at ill oclock Sunday tho congregation will observe to our synods fiftieth ajiuhcrsirj oC homo missions Every one Is cordial lj welcomed Snbbath school nl 9 oclock cory Sunday morning P Ph Tester pastor l Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal NE Cor 24th and Grnnt 4i Ave AVm W Fleetwood Rector Services for Sunday Sept 25 Holj Communion 730 a mSundnr II School 915 a m Morning prayer u 1100 a m Evening prayer 730 p F m Music by tho vested choir Mr a C P Horne leader Mr oX R White will sing at both services All wel come 4 t First Baptist Church Located on Grant avenue between Twenty third and Tuentj fourth streets Rev H D Zimmerman pastor The attention of the public Is called to tho calendar of services for Sunday Sept 26th 1910 Sunday school will meet at ton y i oclock Mr Cra...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

> L p I t QOSlIZZI08J r SSSllllI08 ki t iMS J W V f s I I J r 4J iU o tU r MINING STOCKS AND MARKETS VERY POOR WHK ON LOCAL GHANG r Another ChickenFeed DayThe Prices Sagged Smaller1 Ones Receiving Notice SALT LAKE SopL 24Tbere was Eomewhat more activity In the local 1 market this morning ton on yester I da but prices sagged woefully I 7 was another chickenfeed day only the smaller securities receiving no tO Tho dividend on Iron Blossom I has been heavily discounted as the stock went down to 70 cents today I The market opened nt 74 cents nnd with a fairly heavy selling market the I stock began sagging selling weak at 4 the close Columbus Consolidated I i again slipped down and was disposed I J of at 4i cents Cedar Talisman gold rcodly around 15 and 1C1 cents S although there a not the usual de It mand for the Block Lower Mam moth was at 12 cents Nevada lliils 1 held steady at 242Va Lfj Thl total number of shares of stock they woro disposed of at the morning cession today was 28900...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 September 1910

T u I I cTF < f k I t1 THE MOftNING STANDARD OGDEN TJTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2o itnu J I t tT The FirandLhe Iii p Shep L Show WIH Be Open Today and This Eveningi With Complete Program Excepting Only the Races Admission For Today Sunday Only 25 cents Grand Stand free 1 I rFAMOIJS L DOCTORS I I PRESCRIPTION I r a4 S 5 j S 4 1 t S YSPEP5I Of STOM i nRmGS FROM nRIGGS J S r IDAhO VIjDRllOS 4 I f S 1 J Father and Brother of Superin r L tendent School for Deaf S Boost FourStateFair V > S B W Drlggs and Don 9 Briggs pS Vfather and brother oE Superintendent JF il DrltfgH of the School for tho S f Dent and Blind aro in bEvcIty for n I I brief vIslta V i Dbu Drlggs who iR cashier of the t Uriggs State batik at Tftlgg Idaho I Jr en routp to Pueblo S delpgate F to the JalfenaU Irrigntlqa congrcss > The victors are much Impressed with Ogden and its gaiadcty appear S ance and following vldlt to the In A teruatlonal Sheep Sho aud Four Stale Fair were eapei1 Jlo cpngiatu J Into the management ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

1 IDA W ri Ac OOL i it itS a S Shape M f t pfttl the try 1j y + W n nhu r eleti colt red aky esch rf to a tar ur jet b et Pit ld Far tr8 d br r t yE t real de S 11calt led hash s m 1A tl Jr l 1EZ cHS col M < aim hit ichJS btucMa > JJrt iuld > 1a hple ftjifi 6tcer and e rtlntci t 1 ° r l h ED i ogfrea frea Grarr GJ lotf 7213 VCJ poBt 5 aiti ro > 1 F 1 rid 7 r a r i I al f Y il y + a I > v via t 1t c t FULL ASSOCIATED THE BEST PRESS DISPATCHES v k t r t ADVERTISING MEDIUlVl AND OTHER a r IN THE SPECIAL STATE OFUTAH NEViS FEATURES c qLJ And Successors to THE DAILY MORNSMG EXAMBNJSR 4 VOL VITNO 262 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTE 4 r I r ti r A r L I DYNAMITRS MAKE ATTMPTS TO I BlOW UP TWO LOS AELES OMtS Detectives Find Infernal Machines Bear Homes of f General Otis and the Secretary of the Merchants1 Association I I BoMB IN sun CASt fXPlOOS DOIVIBWHEN WHEN IImCWN TO TiE STRHI State Labor Assembly Offers 7500 Reward for i Conviction of Perpretrat...

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

4 g j y i Ji i z THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 p IrSPoRTtN NEWS 1 ENTRIES FOR MONDAYS RACES f FIRST RACE Five furlongs sell t In twoycarolda 7200 Plicbc G 100 7279 Louise B 105 714S Pearl Bass 107 7332 Sir Bon 100 7332 Amargosa 10G SECOND RACE Five furlongs sell Ing threeyearolds and up I 72891 Little Elva 105 943 Voltroma xlOG 7331 Warfare Ii j 97 7338 Byron 103 7333 Bill Mayham 107 7328 Novgorod 103 I I 7339 Suslo Gregg 1103 J 7340 Alaxlo 971 1 THIRD RACE Six furlongs sell I > ne threeyearolds and up i j 7S3I Camera 101 I 7330 Coonskln 99 j 7342 Gollco J04 7339 Salncst X104 7322 Netting 109 7334Pal 109 t 7331 Beulali Loo 104 7 1 7322 Cavallcna 104 i 733S Burning Bush 104 FOURTH RACEOne mile selling threeyearolds and up i 7329 Chief Dcmnond 109 731S Knight of Ivanhoc 109 7343 Ocean Shore 90 7341 Cabin 109 7343 Captain Burnett 104 I FIFTH RACE Seven furlongs r purse special weights threeyearolds I and up 7335 Thistlo Belle 110 733C Raleigh P D 105 I 7341 F...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

i THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 3 I r t O I a I t4 1t fbtira t itrf1 2 ET ET cy t tl tla e 1 i P N K rev M R3 a t10 Ilul fA JND I 1 11 pN 44 l op al I T4 i ick ILLS a 19tt SS IN i 1 Min ng Stocks and Markets It iioTuIfH3 DOING Oi LOCAL CHANGE Trading Lower for the Past Week i Than Any During the Year SALT LAKE Oct 1Trading on tho local stock exchange was as low If not lower for the past week than during any woek this year Scarcely enough was dono to talk about The total sales for tho week amounted to 241107 shares for which 0708159 was paid Trading on tho hoard this morning I was the best it has boon In the past two weeks Colorado and Iron Blossom t Eom were much stronger while Sioux Consolidated with a dividend in sight sold at 27 cents Iron Blossom reached l the new high price of 78 cents this r mornong after being weak for several r days Colorado was sold at 34 and 331l cents Columbus Consolidated was weaker than ever this morning dropping as low as 37 cen...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

I f 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 19iu 9 THE MORNING STANDARD Pupllhed every day In the year by WM GLASMANN i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I IN ADVANCE BY CARRIER IN OGpEN CiTY t Dally and Sunday ono month 65 Dally find Sunday six months 376 Daily and Sunday ono year 700 By mall outside of Ogden CityThree months In advanco 160 Ono year by mall In advance GOD Subscribers wishing address of papor changed mist glvo former f ns well as prfdcnt addross Sub GcrlptlaoG In till cases are paynblo In advanco FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICESEVEN DAYS A WEEK I t OUTLOOK IS BRIGHTER t I Henry Clews in his recent market letter in part says i I I Notwithstanding some degree of irregularity late in the week recent developments in the market for stock exchange securities con I I tain distinct suggestion of a brighter outlook Were it not for the 1 acute strain in the political situation the financial position as a whole 1 could be considered highly satisfactory It is fundamental that the ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

rm a Li rl o t 1 r I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 0 i I i nI 1 1I I t M i i iijJ Nmlff i00p0 ct VOS oboe Mo lIs oCloO ty and OJ OI 11011 1 0 ial lass LlJ 3010 Ji opts 0 O t0 0000 t I It wnjn3lfi I IrGanlcdt v rfii jetom st tItfi I J N I PAYS 1 To JI1ke d fa Let J11clO 0 7bereb u It bilk d b oJif JT g a ti1N J > 4 ii A WSCONSIIPIIOEER I Says PeJiUcIDJ BS r Woirtla Its Weight 1st Gold II i < I > M y > > i II John Paulln Sr Says Pcruna Cured My Catarrh r I Mr John Paulin Sr a pioneer of Port Washington WIs 119 Frank lin SL Js held In high esteem hy iho iosld nts of that place Ho is one I of tho oldest citizens In u recent loiter ho says I have used Pcruna with good results for coughs and colds which troubled me every fall and winter It has also cured by catarrh which always became worse when affected with but a slight cold I am recom mending Peruna because It is worth its weight In goldMr John Paulln Port Washington WIs Peruna is a Catarrhal Toni...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

I C 1 rT c II j t e THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 II F J J H tl CAN YQU SAVE t t L TWENtY CENTS L I I q ADAYl i J j Tho Ogden Music Company is conducting the first sale in its history I and intendsvto make it the greatest piano sale ever held in the i City of Ogden 20 cents a day for a piano I I i > I i OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY IS OGDENS REAL MUSIC HOUSE I A HOME COMPANY I I Buy At Homo and Build Up Our City In announcing this great sale of highgrade pianos we wish to 1 I take the public the purchasing public into our confidence The in terest in our business heretofore held by outside parties has now I passed into the hands of Ogden people exclusively and we intend to discontinue some of tho lines which we have carried up to this time We regret that we find it > necessary to release these agencies as the pianos are well known in this territory and have boen sold here for years In justice to ourselves and certain factories we must drop a number of these lines...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

r 1 I I I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN OTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 1 JVt1J stYlisij all SUit j t 2475 Worth 351 t It 1 e p cTH I SS hrj S We opu I 1 escof ud brj rlere1 ehwomca ig or af and if Popular lie s G of fr i ce r elIruZt roo1 lion id fCLLr I 1iItt thejj ki I 50 sonatd favor3J y smsrt eheaslfel continue I furthjrS c havw rddL tsepiet ifuI i w1it house I d neoleuma JtOOplDgS has atl i tefdry ugMdjcj of 240 orth l may Ul mothers ig coat me torj ly tok expres1 way Inj s being W QJ ias TCVf llcy n Iceablcfli ull noM landtsefj Ic and1 oUh34 t or j rcads vant thc lIt F T N o I 1II T n IJII t DASTARDLY CRIME 1 OF DYNAMITERS I 1 tp Continued from Page Onej I eJ tho Bivouac stands on VvMltzshlro avonuo In tho most fashionable sec tion of the city Infernal Machine in Suit Case After tho finding of Uio Infernal machine at tho Zeehandlaar residence Detective Rico was sent to The Biv ouac to make a search of the prom ises Chftrloo Floekcr the garden er found the suit case hidden under a hun...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 2 October 1910

r jfi H A I I t f < is I I J I I I I l l 8 t THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 1010 r r 1 i Wrights j I Shoes i I Heres 5 Fall Shoes i honest Leathers styles youll be proud t 4 to wear shoes that 4I l j I we stand behind t Specials t BO5 i 4t buU n 0c or lace in gun metal or o kid l I a i25O I c i Gunmetal patent colt 0 and vici o 0 11c i kid r v 3OO r i Wax calf I r patent I p 1 colt and G vici I 4r I r r d n t I i Dull calf and pat s l ent colt a 1 buttons ri II I Ir 35O i Vax calf velour r f t Cie patent a1i i to colt and kid t f S L P WRIGHTS i OGDEN j i 1 I Mate Orders Filled < I n iK U1SAD THI3 CLASSIFIED PAGE I Jh B DEMOCRATS NAMEI COUNTY TICKET Samuel Browning Leads the Ticket for State Senator I Adapt a Strong Prohibition Plat form List of the Nominees I DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET I State Senator + SAMUEL BROWNING Ogden I State Legislators A L SCOVILLE Ogden D D MKAY Huntsville A E PRATT Ogden 1 S S SMITH Ogden County Attorney J D SKEEN Ogden CoUnty Commi...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

J lit IIE1 IEthe the V 11 a s lay Tut In a Govern rteII Iib 1C the off 1 It fr as alisatJt > me hrar ri rou hl r COiter d v ilS I k lIe b i man 1 IthSRe i Swungl 1 Gene ij 1 Oer llf nc8 nabl thCtitt3 Reafu r thee phi and bract an af4JrJ nS In tit omlng dti rained Jp 1 rcrcreef verb Into < lPltftl conUn d d tohr it Mil TV mnthe A i the cot bout to uering tj borit ld ape cl bltIlI f the Ci > seemlatlT ceived tf chest Un apes ate to hple ihded t W ned wlii j an a trip livery O M y conti3 the lastf rotal t D mlnn < 5 waia t was IYIDE3t nt 5 not ate by era eiJr Jr r the M the dc 5 not rli ns an al tot + rnlan it a Mc6 this tl as cilj ho state by a bbi ailed h on ot M of a blcr I anSJ I qu W Ick onit wed ar rater qofi Slate 1 e tl dared off > ernjD syk dim1 1 wonh the z r o an zsK re lie r AftEr phpaidu lemeutt Isis oft at blad as z ten a dancer McGorefl lie wall with Rut bin thin t i JK DIVORCE V ough MrM fy again who insJS iljce coati 15 suc J v eased yCBtClWj as grants y...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

i i J t r t 2 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1910 1 J J 2RACES RACES ACES t q a I OGDEN RACING ASSOCIATION i 1 FAIR GROUNDS Oct 3 to 15 Inclusive > 6 = Digb Class Races Daily RAIN OR SHINE RACES COMMENCE 240 J Street cars run direct to the grounds I F AD rvllSSIO N INCLUDING GRAND STAND 50c Ladies Admitted Freo Mondays and Fridays > 7 i Vve are just as busy as I possible insisting that you try our y two good rinks y LEWIS 66 RYE I tI I and I NATL CLUB BOURBON THE GLOBE BAR 373 24th St OGDEN UTAH I > I 13i G farafa CrLnf al i 9 1 Are and admpLa remedyfor n rlf Cdarra Nor Ft r I Ineamn lloo Irrltetloal aleen i aoaotJtllmacoalmrm rm1 I or Ilolaw of Wo noM ihav t olomaohororlnaryorraf AT DRVOOISTO 31 A 0 1Vh rornrrreod it i Srfanleltheuhhot ormlloloarpzzclt i IiI Ilt fsmf kml fo filIi I 1 I t The bread that retains Its flavor and freshness with the mercury at 80 is made of Riverdale Flour Ask any houacwlfo MADE BY OGDEN MILLING ELEVATOR CO PAPER OF EVERY KIND ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

ti 1 C 7 4 w JHE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER u 1910 3 li if S t i SSi < it if t 4 I iffy 1 AIr iJ y E Ir n S t 80 ra I ry the ars 1 1 YI r T o N I G H T UP frill n fa InsJ > hard alter = = JHTOfl VSICIAN scar tai i TRIC erfll cn hot heat al k Y AND UU Ogden y KING p CC18 I ank 8ukld k I 4 JLLJil w wd I d pbo r r ate AD K T r r1 J W r 11t rf1 M 1 t > I I I t tiifj ji f i r4 tt ir i 1 6i < < 1 > > m4 h r i1i > > > > Kos r > > > j f f WJf f t 4t i t I > > > i w < + wff tt > > > f V 1lli1ffiK4t v II 7 Mrs k 1 trM Y 1J lt 1 < l Frank I t J u W a a m o Strocbe A Remarkable Recovery Mrs Frank Stroebe R F D1 Apple ton Wia writes I began using Poru na n fow months ngo when my health and strength 7oro all gone and I was nothing but a nervous wreck could not sleep oat or rest properly and felt no desire to live Porune mndo mo look at life In a different light 03 1 began to f regain my lost strength r I certainly t...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

e l d ll I c jl 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1910 IDl1r flnruiug tttltftar 1 j Published Daily by William Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish I HEAR ALL SIDES j l While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds + > WEATHER FORECAST 1 UTAH Ftir Sunday and Probably Monday Moderate tem perature TROUBLE AHEAD FOR PANAMA FORTS The Roosevolt doctrine that the Panama canal can should must and shall be fortified by the United States is stirring up a reg 1 ular hornets nest in Europe Europe it appears has been expecting Uncle Sam to dig the canal and pay for itand then lot his enemies use it in case of war I M BunauVarilla who acted as gobetween in negotiating the canal treaty between Panama and the United States says that we have no sign of a right to fortify the canal except to give it police protection All such oc...

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