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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 30 April 1909

i j I I w I J C 1 t 1 I I S f i I i 1 1 L k < FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LThTAND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED OR lh ffewtofc Entered as secondclaos matter Ogderv Utah at the PoctOffice under Act of Corigres S published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glasmann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month Advance 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free I ff Circulation Guarantee N This Certifies that the emulation oftbt EVENING STANDARD taibeeqeodittdand 1s guaranteed by tbe Adrertlttr Certi6ed Circulation Blue Book CJ < tHa II J w Si Ck i Tbii Papt fcai prortd by inrcitisation ttat the eirealatioa record are kept nith care and the circulation fluted with such accorttr that adrertittrt majr rtljr on any itattroeats of tame made bjr pobllthen under the oirrcnbip nod management ipeontrol UQ 20 1903 IHK STANDARD BATE CARD i 4 In Force Feb 1 1908 FlCtt Rate Any Number of Inches Changes Daily Per Inch...

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. — 30 April 1909

o r I l p r I a THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY APRIL 30 1909 f AMUSEMENT J UTAIiNA THEATER f V v WWN STARTING If SUNDAY NIGHT l I I 0 Rollicking t L 1 1 6ir1s II II r THE BEST OF MUSICAL S HOWS I 25PEOPLE25 I I j I y Jv j PRICES 1oc 20c 3Qc and 50c OW 1 I I t j SEEDING TIME WILL SOON BE OVER J Come In and let us sell you your supply of seeds before it is too lato Dun line Is sllll complete and we can guarantee you boiler seeds for less money than you can gel elsewhere p CHARLES Fa GROUT The Seed Man 352 24th St e < SCIENTIFIC ADJUSTMENT 1i Of Glasses to All Forms of Defective Vision Frames fitted to conform to the peculiarities the wear j ers face Thus what IS worn ns a necessity is at the same time a handsome ornament LET US ADORN YOUR FACE I J T RUSHMER OPTICIAN 2464 Washington Avenue r lf t h t 1 J l i I oj PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR on one handthere is your need for Good Wholesome Bread on the other Bring the two together Order Peerys Crescent Flour from your grocer and you will h...

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. — 30 April 1909

j I I I 1llI I dr l I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY Y APRIL 30 1906 11 1 1 c t 7 < 4 i > ijrA r f aa fj 1 i ii X i > 2L t Nt 1v A4JI4 I I L I I frk I c L f I 1 lt IHvm Young mens suits with plenty of grace and full of ginger built in in away that greybeards wont fancy and built iii that fancy way because theyre tot meant for old folk Wideshouldered coats I Builtout chests and shapely waists Fullpegged I trousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom The shape that you find in em the rrday will i last to the last Its permanent tailored into 4 ft the c1otha matter of needle work not pressing rl They wear so much longer that theyre by all odds 1J the cheapest clothes when you divide the number of i months through which they give satisfaction into J the price you give for them f I FRED M NYE COJ I 2413 WASH AVE I i i I It l HOSIERY SPECIAL LADIES FINE SPLIT SOTB STOCKINGS IN BLACK AND TWO I SHADES OF TAN I EXTRA VALUE 259 CHILDRENS EXTRA HEAVY SCHOOL STOCK INGS SECIAL6Prfor ...

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. — 30 April 1909

4 IF I I I 1fI E r v y 1 liL THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY APRIL 30 1909 p p o > 9 0 0 0 tit ff ° SPORTI A + + + + + + + + t + + 4 + 4 I 6 6 + + + + + + Johnson Has Faked J Many of His Fights Jack Johnson bcsldn being tho first Iack heavyweight champion of the world is different from all the cham pions before him For that matter no Iwo of tho heavyweight kings have aeon cast In the same mold There ins been a startling change of shapes md figures In the heavyweight kaleid oscope writes Bob Edgrcn In the sec ond of his sorlcn on champions of to lay But Johnson differs principally in this All his life he has been faking fights He says ho had faked because had to fake togot matches and that now he will make his own terms and fake no more E4 Tho other heavyweight topnotchers Irom Sullivan down have been straight men Sullivan was straight M No one ever questioned his ring hon i esty Such a proceeding would have 75 been Valn sulcldo with sensational 1 trimmings i Imagine anyone accusin...

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. — 30 April 1909

I I iw L j 1 1 L rJ Jr O f J 4 1 f s l r THE STANDARDS OGDEN UTAIJf wA1JAPRIL301e09 > l a 4 For making fl quickly and perfect 1 ly delicious hot biscuits t hot breads cake and pas 1 try there is no substitute for DPRICEt L BAKING poWDER I No AlumNo Unto Phosphate The poisonous nature of alum is so well known that the sale ot condiments con I tailing It is prohib ft ited by law 4d ft I I OLD FORT TICONDEROGA TO BE RESTORED w Tlconrteroga N Y April 2S Ac j tive work is being carried on to re store old Fort Ticondoroga to its orig inal appearance The work vis bcng carried on under the direction of Mrs Stephen H Pell of New York city and her father Col Robert M Thomp son IB furnishing ho funds It Is esti mated it will require 500000 to re construct the fort It is hoped that tho west barracks in which the sur render on May 10 ljip to Ethan Al lan andliis Green Mountain boys took place will be completed In time for the tricenteaniai at Lake Champlain F which opens July 4 No effort has ...

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. — 1 May 1909

rcu1II j I J r 3t s I NO GUESS WORK I p tt 1 WEATHER CAiI I to > STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE bt n tanbr > UTAH THE AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL BE FAIR ARE TONIGHT THATTEB FAIR NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + AND WARMER TOMORROW THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 103 I L OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY J J909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I STORM OF THURSDAY IN THE > SOUTH WAS TIlE WORST H IN MANY YEARSI Death List In One County of Tennessee zaches Forty and in Horn Lake Miss Eighteen Bodies Have Been Taken From RuinsHouses Unroofed Bridges Blown Down Crops Destroyed Livestock KilledTelegraph Lines Are Being Repaired Moniphls May 1 While some sec tions In the pathway of the storm arc still to be heard from information so far received from Arkansas Western Tennessee and Northern Mississippi jrlng tho total number of killed by the tornado of Thursda night to 100 tho Injured some of whom arc believed to bo fatally hurt to twice that...

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. — 1 May 1909

L IVii1jj L i j I if > > v ft 4 L i t B f r SATURDAY MAY 1 J 1 J h THTANDABDOGDE1UT1ATURDAYMAY119O9 I c 0 t 4 i I r 7 I l J BbJ I j tac H j 1 U S Government Inspectors supervise every detail in the production of i I Sunny Brook I THE PURE FOOD L Whiskey r They measure the 1inthcy direct the distntationthcy the slon and ffi1nlly thoy supervlc the gauge tho whlkoythoy wtcIi storage slIp Js plcCII bottling and ee to It tbrat the Government Green Stump It leaves their controla positive a uranco that each bottle before upon U S fully cultured ana u u > natural straight whiskey It It contains yule Standard 100 proof RICH SOFT PURE MELLOW Ask your dealer for it SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Jefferson Co Ky t F J KIESEL 00 GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS OGDENUTAHJuaM JuaM > ftkVJ f 4 a O > ltf of > + > < > l 48 iSPORTlj s of oQ > p Q I 0 A A 1 06 o > X e < M rrrr Y o o < c o < < Ty Cobb Taken Down by Infielder Isbell Remove the patent leather shoos of I Tyrus ...

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. — 1 May 1909

t J THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 11909 i 5 Ji STRANGE PARALLEL TO THAW CASE IN SAN FRANCISCO I II MISS ANNA BELMONT The tragic story of Evelyn Nesbll Thaw has been duplicated In all but its deadly climax by the revelations of Miss Anna Belmont an attractive girl living at the Hotel Dale There Is the same recital of a misplaced confi experience and a donee a frightful desperate Htruggle for freedom from a maze of entangling surroundings The girl has just passed her eighteenth year and set about yesterday to cast off the ties which uhc has long en dured This brieflv Is the story she told That she had been the ward of Dish op Parkin and his wife from the time of her mothers death 12 years ago That they had Introduced her In April of last year to Ii L Smith a jouug Englishman and had induced her to promise him her hand In mar riage ed That Smith had first won her confi 1h dence and had obtained 10000 of her money to Invest In a chemical coin panj that he operates at Seal Cove on...

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. — 1 May 1909

I c 1 I T j I J i < AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL L1ANDAINSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED f2 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY A F I t 1 Iht Itau41tta I i p secOnc1class matter seco Entered as uu Ogden Utah at the PostOfflce Jnder Act of Congress published Dally except Sundays by W Glssmann I SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month I In Advance 5 75 Six Months in Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free I ii Circulation Guarantee Ttl CertiBet that the circulation of the > EVENING STANDARD bM Ofep audited aadn guaranteed by the A Adrertaers Certified Circulation Blue look H CIX II An I 51 If If fbi Paper ku proved by nrcCijaCioa that the eireulotfoo record ore Lept witn care and tie evolution stated Wltb such kccowr that adrerthen wajr tel on any ttatemcnti oftaaje made Iff publhlert under ifcc ovtrcnbtp and management heortro Aug 20 1903 1liE STANDARD BATE CARD In Force Feb 1 1908 Flfct Bate Any Number of Inches Ohanges Daily Per Inch I Cnce T W1C...

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. — 1 May 1909

1 I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 1 190S Ir I j LABEL ii I I i STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM8 Ind Phone two rloDo No 58 Bell Phone two rlngo NO 56 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone ono ringNo 56 Bell Phone one ringNo 06 RANDOM I REFERENCES Left for Chicago Albert Scowcroft left last evening for a business trip to Chicago and will be absent about ten days or two weeks Modern Woodmen Rally Monday May 3rd 1909 7 p m J Date of Queen Esther Cantata Changed Because of the public enter taInment the dates of Queen Esther the beautiful cantata to bo given In tho Methodist church have been changed to Wednesday and Thursday I May 5th and Cth The work of the musicians Is progressing nicely how ever and everything will be In rcadl HHHHtfrHIt + T I AT THE GLOBE ti ± POCAHONTAS The beautiful J Indian Princess t All are familiar with this fas t t cinating story In all Ameri + fu can History perhaps none Il c j lustrates more clearly the tem + f perament of the Indians and J the perils of the wh...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 1 May 1909

1 t i 1J > h t > I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH u SATURDAY MAY 1 1909 X 1 e JfW 7 I Choice I Neckwear r1 rr No matter how much import I I alice you tfach to your Cravat Siror how ritiCLtt you moy be weve Neckwear that will please 7 you Weve just opened lines of exceedingly cj i if ceedingly handsome shapes and C very choice Weaves of Silks me C of the prettiest ideas weve ever seen Weve FourinHands English i Squares and Ties in many xt i elusive designs and shapes 25 5w to 100 or 150 ot M I Drop in and see these new Spring Fancies look and a pleasure as well It will bo a pleasure at every for us to Show you FRED M NYE CO CLOTHIERS AND OUTFItTERS 2413 WASHINGTON AVE t I 11II J HOSIERY SPECIA I i > VVS < I LADIES FINE SPLIT SOLE STOCKINGS IN I I BLACK AND TWO SHADES OF TAN EXTRA VALUE 25 CHILDRENS EXTRA HEAVY SCHOOL STOCK INGS SPdIAL6 Pr for LOO I wm I LADIES FANCY AND P SILK HOSIERY FOR SPRING AND SUMMER NWEAR IN ALL THE NEW COLORS AND DESIGNS Lace Stockings 50d up 1 Silk Stoc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 1 May 1909

r I II 4 1 J THJS STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 11909 Of b AMUSEMENTS ANK lb DTAnNA THEATER 103 1 2E7 SUNDAY MONDAY TUES DAY WEDNESDAY 3i Gt The Rollicking 49 S 1 OOj ulri OOtoO THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 4 jl The Telephone Girl THE BEST OF MUSICAL SHOWS 25PEOPLE25 wwwwww q PRICES 10c 20c 30c and 50c Tickets on sale at Culley Drug Store T c i i I EXCURSIONS 1 to 1 CAST AND RETURN 2S from 9 Ogden and Salt Lake City to Missouri River 4000 Chicago 5500 St Louis 4900 f St Paul and Minneapolis 5200 Peoria 5110 U2 Dates of Sale Juno 4 5 11 12 1C July 2 3 l 2324 Aug 13 14 Sept 10 11 1909 i Long limits stopovers allow G ed Plenty of other rates to t eastern summer resorts For further particulars apply to C F WARREN A T S F Ry 233 Judge Bldg Salt Lake City Utah ftft ft Cheap ftX ft T ftft ftft Drugs ftft II ft are the dearest kind ftft n you can buy if its ftft ftft results you count on ftft this is the principal ft 1 ft reason why we do not ftft ftft have anything to do ft ft ftft with che...

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. — 1 May 1909

I i i 1 I I i 1 ± ii I = I r J L I l tI t J < i 0 0 U Y y r c am STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 1 1909 t JI I r 8 I L = = i l t fflostration is to remind the + he The 1 grape I I reader of the fact that this healthfuli active and N to Royal its r 1I fruit gives r iiI chief ingredient From the grape rl I 1 I i 1 O4L 1 A t J 14I1 OWDE I r derives those prime qualities which t make it unique as a raising t agent a fay otite with all who de r sirethe finest most healthful food I r Royal is the only Baking Powder I f of Tartar i made frpnj Royal Grape Cream t I r i TY COBB AND SAM CRAWFORD OP THE DETROIT TIGERS M l II I f COBB 1 H F I CRVWFORD fCYi I II Probably no two outfielder in tho I jniuo this year will be more closely Wauhcil than Sam Crawford rind Ty Coljb of Jhe Detroit Tigers With ono racked highest hilling of all Amer ican league regulars lust season apd the other well up In tho averages Dc trolt fans hjtve como to look uponothcm as suro hit deliverers when they como lo t...

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. — 3 May 1909

tft f 1 > < + a C F IL 1 NO GUESS WORK j f I WEATHER FORECAST j 1 STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE VLITIC LJI1JC11 1aIItIaIIIO I AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE PAIR TONIGHT FAIR NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + AND WARMER TOMORROW i THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS L THIRTYNINTH YEARNO J04 I r OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING MAY 3 J909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I ni niM a N Jy 75 5 5 50 0 5 5 SI of I r H I c 5 5 5oe 1 I onf ii bns lirs1 in iblej the s3 1 I rsl t o I o t T 53 IQ0 45C G J i RAILROADS CANNOT ITIAUL COAL i TO MARIET FROM THEIR OWN COAL MINES Supreme Court Upholds the Constitutionality of the Commodities Clause of the Hepburn Act but Opens a Big Hole in the Law Allowing the Railroads to Be Stockholders in Coal Companies or to Sell Coal Before It Is Transported Washington May 3That the Com modities clause of the Interstate Commerce act of 190G known as the I Hepburn rate law Is constitutional was In effect declared today by th...

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. — 3 May 1909

LIUi j I lt j 1 t i r d > I t 7 J THE STANDARD OGDEN TJTAHT MONDAY MAya 1909 L t I 1 I I 1ci ci cip 1 chi Ho 1iI nH thaj grc JrH i1 F lOS litt wll are in to stli drtj 810 st1i of fo 81 Ci aft Ect Cu lEn q s sZr Zr J C al o 1 2 h hcc cc tc Ined ed I j I i I t LECTURED TO FIFTH WARD PARENTS CHIEF BROWNING DELIVERED IN TERESTING TALK YESTERDAY r r Many Are Unaware of Many Practices Indulged In by Their Children Good Advice Given Chief of Police Thomas E Browning delivered a very Interesting lecture to tho parents ofj the Fifth ward of the ti city yesterday on the question of r hat to do with the boys and girls The meeting house was well filled with Barents nnd the lecture was pro jounced by those In attendance as ono of the best the chief has yet given on the subject Mr Browning is being Importuned to give these lectures in The various Wards of the city for the Instruction and help of the parents re tarding the training and care of tho youth Much good is coming through them The offi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 May 1909

I t < r itl 5 4 i TI i I I I 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 3 1909 c CER d ft7 ar1k rooo oo ooo C M ry f w 1OTj rL ew1 n i C r rE 71 re ret ocke hiSu Su fro on i 31 5 v i Lthf p la t 1fr j < < tl d1i eJl1 ibti Io Inflr i I fdf ter dt uced rIw7 w7 n haN cars otk Bock l j 9 I 15 BACK TO THE TOWN COUNTRY LIFE PALLED ON THE SUBURBANITE Real Facto of the Case Somewhat Different from the Explanation HeMadc to Hie City Friend The roar around the city resident nnd the summer suburbanite were carrying their conversation over rying on a hurried noonday lunch Must be mighty all flred crimpy around the edges out In the country these days suggested tho city man Dont believe Id like living out In the country these days without utcam heat and things Youll he hiking into town pretty quick now I pose 0 not for awhile yet returned the summersuburbanite This Is really the finest time of the year to 10 In the country Il Is a trlllo crisp In tho morn when you get out of bed Ing of course ...

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. — 3 May 1909

liii T t r Z i < < i k S i FAIRS BEACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFEAND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE iTUSTJSJmsu AUD zuiuz i 4 I r I 1 C 1B K F IIa si o f 2 c a Cl S j f I 1 1I i I i11 II I ht tnut1 d i Entered as secOnd las Batter postoffjcoogden Utah 11 at the Postoffico under Act of Congress published Dally except Sundays S by Wrn Qlasmann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 5 76 In Advance 425 Six Months r TwelVe Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free e I I I Circulation guarantee > tha Certifies Mat the circulation oftht EVENING STANDARD hal b < oJl1d lcd and a guaranteed bf the AdrerittfraCertiSedCIrcuiaitoo Blue Dook t Adr CicLlbI An I S D4Jc S CicTJ l Tfiu Paper has prored by int estimation that ths circobtKio records are Irpt iuf1 crt and the circulation stated itL tuefi I uceorstr that edrtrtiur way rely on any itatenxats of same meitt t r publiihtrs i antler the otrnenhfp and management I jococroAu 20 1908 THE STANDARD R...

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. — 3 May 1909

I l or 1 r Yy J 41 r J J i r I r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 3 1909 l I a t I TO TO 1 p r itt I t I I I STANDARD TELEPHONES 7 EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngoNo 68 Boll Phone two rings NO 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind JPhonc ono ringNo 58 Bell phone ono ringNo G3 RANDOM H REfERENCES I Pleasing Mudcal Program Tho con gregation at the Methodist church was greatly pleased with the special mu sic consisting of a vocal solo by Mr Hays Watson who made his Initial appearance very successfully Mr Morris Andrews of Salt Lake City ren dered a violin solo In a very master lj manner Modern Woodmen Rally Monday May 3rd 190D 7 p m Funeral This McrnlngThe funeral I 1 of Laura A McKenzie Infant daughter l of Mrs Olive McKenzie was held at the residence 3751 Center street i Glasgow addition at 11 oclocl this morning You know and we all know that W L Douglas 350 and 100 shoes arc bettor than any 500 and GOO c shoos of any other make For sale at Tho Palace Good Clothes Store 2SO 25th street Parents...

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. — 3 May 1909

juiL1 4L1 1 I j 1 r 1 < S fl fr b r I T t THE STANDARD QGDEN pMONDAY MAY3i90f J I T f r1h II r I crR D 13 th thg gr jf i jfro IX wi lit I ar In to stdi di si olft Cll af ci IIS fia i I fit I fiii I iiu i Ity u 11 r 6 LTTii ± 1 Good Clothes H I T S be S well dressed but many S of i1 Job Womenikc S t C Men as well as Wonicn c ¼ them don t know how to go about ij I cant help them much t ftor call The mnjoritv of Clothing stores I Iw truebut they certainly dont t I I f1 cithorthey clothe them J 1 dress them I 5 c Thats Where This Store Comes In r S I I 1 We S dressMen llwc spare no pains to do it o I I i Clothes quality these days counts for ns much as price in I the way of an imtilcempnt when asking jfpr patronage g I h if you care for Clothes excellence c Sir 1 come hue S Ii I S 41 S Suits 10 up to 35 ihp41c 2 L Li I i i Top Coats 15 up to 25 > I i J 1 II t Trousers 260 up to 800 I I I I I 1 Exclusiveness and excellence in Hats and Haberdashery I a FRED M NYE CO S L CLOTHES OF Q...

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. — 3 May 1909

IIW 1 f 4 J I THE STANDAKD paps triian 4I MONDAY MAY 3 1909 P L fJLi 7ft Irf > < < 1 Ij J C t I J 1 l i I r I I t JJ t 1I ADAMS PARKER EXPERT CLOCKERS AND HANDICAPPERS Ogden Office Twentyfifth and Washington Avenue Over Isis Theater Reliable Racing Information and Handicappers places us In Our 15 years experience as Clockers a position whereby we receive reliable inside stable Information SOME WIN SOME LOSE winners We get the Information but Do you want to be ono of the to bent the races unless you have wo have to pay to get It Dont try some inside Information Dont be penny wlso and pound foolish THINK IT OVER WATCH FOR AD WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO 15 DAYS SUBSCRIBERS Terms 200 Daily 1000 Weekly Office Hours 1000 A M to 200 P M i Evenings 730 to 900 > o > 9 99 9 + + + ti + + ISPORTI f + + + + + + + + + + x < + + Corbett Says Jobnson Is An Easy Mark New York May 2How many rounds wlJl It take Jeffries to knock I out Jack Johnson repeated James J Corbct...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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