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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

I L i BE FOSTERED AND NCOURAGED I FAreS REACH AND BEN F1 IT EV ByAVENUlJ c OP INDU rTRIGL LIFE AtID7ARE INSTITUTIONS TO t j jtltudntI fh Entered as second elasta matter Ogden Utah at the PostOfflcc under Act of Congress published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glasmann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance S 75 42o Six Months In Advance Twelve Months in Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free Circulation guarantee rbi Certifies tliat tieeirrutnoonofthr EVENING sTAflJUARD audited and guMrantecd bf thr hat beta Adrertinrt Certified Circulation Blue loot lntpta Anb nz saYreY J Clrrr + Ten Paper has prored by w > ctiietioo that the csrtMtioo record are kept with I core and the circJtilton stated > + rth such 1 attorney that odtertitcn mar ref on nojr itaterotsU of same cnde by tot publiihtrs > umler the ow nfntifi oad maoastmert I I N ol tWOO 1900 I r I ADVERTISING RATES I The Evening and SemiWeekly I 41 Standard Standard Per I inch Dally change each day 20c E 0 ...

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. — 22 May 1909

> THE STANDARD OGDEN LUTAH SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 i STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM8 Ind Phono two ringsNo 58 Bel Phone two rings No 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 56 Bell Phone one ringNo Go RANDOM REFERENCES Framing and a few nice things for Juno Weddings Fred Massa 1MGJ Wash Ave eo Have you been o sec our new spring flue of W L Douglas shoes and ox fords at 350 and 100 The Palace 280 25th St Try a pair of 350 and 400 Doug las shoes For sale at Tim Palace GoodClothes Storo w J5th SL Chief Counsel to Arrive W J Her rio chief counsel of the Southern Pa cific system will arrive at Ogden this morning in his private car Wlldwood en route to Chicago and New York It Is said Mr Herrln is slated to suc ceed the late Judge W D Cornish as chief counsel of the HarrIman sys tem and will be permanently located In New York GARMENT SALE 50 cts per pair and up at Knitting Factory 302 25tlu street The only first class ladles dining room In Ogden Is Tho Poller Music each evening That Go...

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. — 22 May 1909

1 h THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 r L n 4 ii t I j I r r I > t j j t tj 1 c iklr4t f j 0 I rc I 1 i s C i x i 1 r 3 A II i S P I r iai f t try f t d r MCP s J iiw ti n n1 Yf 1 cAtt Yll r 4 Y t w c eat 1 THE IDEAL SUIT t BLUE SERGE is the Suit of Suits for Summer wear Wlicth er at 3bur business or sojourning its the ever ready Suit Proper for any occasion and most proper for most occasions Our SjVgc Suits arc handsome theyre beautifully tailor j i cd in the top notch of style 4 r Blue Serge Suit you buy here will be of fast color and will stay blue Well guarantee it Made up in both Single and Double Breasted style Two and Three garment models 15 20 25 or 30 FRED M NYE CO 2413 WASH AVE GRADUATION DAY ANNOUNCEMENT OUR LINE OF GRADUA TION GOWNS IN FINE WHITE BATISTE WITH LACE AND EMBROIDER ED TRIMMINGS IS READY FOR YOUR IN SPECTION 750 TO O ALSO THE DAINTY SUMMER GOWNS IN CO ti ORS > v THE LITTLE WHITE DRESSES FOR THE LIT TLE FOLKS ARK JUST THE THINGS FOR THE WARM W...

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. — 22 May 1909

1 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 T l 4 4 e o 0 0 4 ° ° ° a g + X1 t0 + e0tl o64 g4 0G 00 OoS40e00e060 4 Y0 O 00 O 0 l r 7 PO jSPORTi ° ° ° ° ° ° ° oo00 ° ° oo 0000 ° e os oo oo eo o ° < oY onooooa a oaa oooooooooc u o ooo a r ° ° do Johnson w ill Be Defeated by the fireat Jeffries By James J CorhctL James J Corbelt New York City Vill jou please com para Johnson and James J Jeffries from a scientific standpoint I wish other renders would like to know how these two men would stack up In a bout say It were for points only and we will watch for a story along these lines Since I started to furnish weekly fight dope I have received many Jotters and 1 am quoting the above hoping that If I am overlooking any of the fine points in the dally gossip I will be reminded of the facL 1 thought I had made clear what I thought of Tack Johnson and James J Jeffries butI have never really anal yzed tile methods of the two fighters and compared them from a purely sci entific standpoin...

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. — 22 May 1909

j I 1 tR4 r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH fiATTTTmAY < MAY 221909 f T t y c 1 J j Absolutely I < PURE Bakiofl Powder j t The only t Baking Powder made from Makes the finest most delicIous bis Ik h I Royal Grape cujtcake and pastry conveys to food t Cream Tartar of the most health 1 of fruit properties I J 00 00 OOOOOOO O O O OUTBREAK OF BLOODY O O FEUD IS IMMINENT O O t O 01 Grand Junction May 21 O o That another outbreak of theO I 0 foudlong existing between cat O I 0 tlpmen and shoopmcn using the O O range In the western part of 0 0 Mesa county the scene of the O I O butchering of three thousand O O head of sheep yesterday Is im 0 O mlnent is the news contained O O In a message received from At 0 O chec Colo today Sheepmen O O who have a long list of mur O Oderft and sheop slaughters to O O avenge are in arms and a largo O O party left Atchee last night to O O ride across the deadline which 0 O marks the boundary between O bthe grazing domains of sheep O O and cattle to apprehend ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

F l r r r I < y 0 I Pages 9 to 16 THE OGDEN es I STANDARD I Part Two I THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 121 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 22 1909 i > PRICE FIVE CENTS I l I c I i 1 j I ZM J 1 OF AFRICA EAST Leopard Hunting Alone in Bechuanaland By PERCY SELOUS 2 < r IVhcrevcr guns are made and sold and game is hunted for the sake of tlto sport of if the name of Scions is familiar The r stories of his achievements circle the globe and tens of thousands of lesser hunters feel honored to have hunted with him on occa 0 i glen or to have crossed his track or followed his trail A confirmed nomad a soldier of the chase by irresistible predilection he > has spent his life huntingtrapping and traveling sometimes in Jlia Canadian woods sometimes in the forests of the Andes > sometimes in the passes of the Central Asian mountains sometimes in the northern ice sometimes in the Africa jungle and the story of his hunting experiences is a romance of fact and adventure A member of this famo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

I WHERE ETI1E BIG TENNIS STARS WILL PLAY DURING By TOMMY CLARK HE lawn tennis season of J90D has actually forged ahead T Into the ozone of champion ship contests Tho opening of the actual outdoor playing occurred I of the earlier this year In most parts country than for many yearn Of coursoso far as tho cbamplon ship events uro concerned the Intor sched ncholasttc tourney q were first tiled and several of them have already occurred Tho Interscholastic matches at the various universities throughout the country are alwaya tIle first titular racket contests of each season The first really big tournament of national Importance IB the middle At lantic states champlonnhlp at the Bachelors Lawn Tennis club In Wash ington This sorbs will be notable bo W cauec of tho announced Intention of A Lamed the four time national champion to be on hand to play If should he Is any way near In form ho easily wIn the tourney Leading Tournaments A detailed list of many of tho Im portant matches throughout...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

I TH r > rr i I l Jil z J z f v DNA SHIP A t RECK I 2y Owen Oliver l v HERE was a space of still water round the THERE One reef sheltered her as she lay upon another straining and groaning like a beast in pain Her bows had climbed over the hidden rock pointing scornfully upwards till they had taut with their own weight and sagged down ward again Now the forecastle was half submerged and the water poured in and out through great rents The vessel was twisted amidships the deckplanking had opened in places and part of the music saloon had fallen in but the stern was uninjured and lay in deep water They carried aft the boats that were available and launched them there Beyond the oasis of calm a heavy sea swept shore vards in towering green waves until it reached a comb of jagged rocks and poured through the openings in sheets of foam to a long sandy beach Three tossing boats were approaching the rocks as slowly as the cur rent would suffer looking for a passage through The fourththe ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

rr I THE STANDJDOGDFiUTAHSATURDYMAV 22 1909 A 12 T = + T the will move on to fresh pastures + H + + H + tHHHtH + V K < H v I i UNION LABOR t I DEPARTMENT t Y I 1 + Address all Communications to i Under the Auspices Addes aIComunleatons 1 PIGGOTT Editor W M t of the Edtor 1 OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street + z + H + Ir 1 + THOSE REVENUES We have been told year after year campaign after campaign by congress atoi levied that tariff was e Her congress tt for revenue only and that it was only high enough t protect tim Wfant industries of the country that I was only the difference between the cost > dierence and of of manufacture in thte country hat abroad that If Jt were not for t llt tariff this country would bo flooded made by the < ed with goods Imlc nor of foreign countries to the great detriment cf our own people NOW theso statement are nor only un rhC3 misleading in the but arts Iruc they art mislel inl oSremi have extreme K la true that we must ft revenue fro...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

r t f jA > I oJ > THE EVENING STANDARD SATURDAY MAY 29E 1009 DI1N PAllTY W Y I ii llJIt Yd f w tryv Atie IJ 1J r ojJc1otJ t JIi9 r r F Cambric is aN r TrocJ Jfaterla1 I r y 3 c 1 r 4 4 1 > EyeLet JSmbroidepy wilih Irish Lace r Lacs 5ummep Jrid5m id 4 FrocK m Lingerie Style Airy Fabrics Essential for Midsummer Wear Raglike Petticoats Beneath Limp Frocks The Follow Me Shoulder Knot Plumed Hats and Embroidered Gloves TV tho heart of our American mldsum I mer a lined frock Is Intolerable nnd 1 only the airiest and filmiest of fab j rics mnko tho thought of dressing up for formal oCC1l lon cndurablo at all With tho thermometer In the nineties and tho humidity scrambling after It even a foulard silk or the light est of pongees will prove hllcklly un comfortable yet for formal festivities anything BO jeuno flllo as a simple white dress Is out of tho question for the woman of fashion To meet tho requirements such occa sions dressmakers havo evolved tho gar den party or OB the Frenc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

I a I I I I 1 III uuIIII = C 1l I 1 I j l AND = OF i if THE CORN PLOW RAVAGES t Deep Cultivation Destroys Mil lions of Bushels of Corn r i r Every Year The ilrnrlnjs from bleb the llla trlltlonl In Ilill article were made are by Professor Andten I I 31 Sonic GeorgIa Agricultural college The deep sqt corn plow ripping Q through the roots of devastating way 1 the plants creating havoc at every Jump Iso familiar sight In the corn 1 belt and In every state where corn Is iI grown o The damage lo the growing corn nnd t U tho consequent loss of grain by check Ing the growth of the plant cannot t of course be estimated but that the q damage runt Into millions of bushels is not to ho doubted t I Too many farmers have yet to learn t that deep plowing in the cornfield should be done hefore planting and l not aftel When It Is known that corn l i roots penetrate the ground and hard t ground at thatto tho depth of three I 1 feet or more and also spread out on each side for an equal distance tho C...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

J > Y c THE EVENJGNG STANDARD SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 c r FEflIN iCWS i is TIIINGS tr I I ftii i t4 T I1Xr 1M jUfl4rzJiWiH IVIOPI 1t QI HEN Mrs Juitwed first sug gested tbnt aha visit her mother WHEN a wool or BO Mr J frowned When nho diluted upon the soluinn obligation resting upon her not to allow her marriage to mae herself und her mother totul strangers simply because She happened to live In one city and her mother In another Borne eighty miles distant Mr Juatwed came oat frankly nud flatly and stated that he thought the whole thing absurd and a luxury far beyond tho logical expenditure of their Income But when Mrs Justvved suggested that slnco ho felt that way about It Mom mer might Just as well visit thtm Mr Justwed capitulated eo quickly that Mrs J was sorely puzzled And her wonderment grow each day for Mr J boomed tho proposed trip nt bronkfnst at dinner and even while read lag tho evening pnpor around their ten forty mission table In tho living room Perhaps It was merely to...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 22 May 1909

i I THE EVENING STANDARD SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 > 1 W LUMP of graphite from Ceylon C JlJl n hnthlful of clay from Austria n I 11 few sticks of soft red cedar from 1 J H Ilorlda properly worked together i by Bpocinl machinery and sklllcr I v labor produces the lead pencil ot common t uso Just why or when these wilting c tucks came to bo called lourt pencils Ii In not on the record at least there Is 110 lend In them Tho principal Ingredient Is I I n mineral called graphite paid to he n t formation similar to anthracite coal con I taining a large p < jr cent of carbon In r which is mixed a little Iron nnd sand b Graphite found In Ceylon Is almost pure f carbon OS55 per cent and Is considered to be the very best obtainable for lead t pencil Good gniphlli Is also found lu l Germany and In various parts of the United Stales but the cost roOuliig the t home product Is so great thai pencil ma t cry prefer to use the Imported material UIMCQU n fa ken alone graphite Is too soft to bo work...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 24 May 1909

I T NO GUESS WORK I A WEATHER FORECAST I STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE tI titbarb rn tatt AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST t at UTAH V7EATHER THE INDICATIONS WILL BE FAIR ARE TONIGHT THAT WITH THE NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN J Y FROST TUESDAY FAIR WITH RISING THE WORLD THE TEMPERATURE i ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Li THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 122 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING MAY 24 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I FOUR LIVES LOST IN FLOOD iN NORTHEASTERN PART OFOKLAIIOfrIA Mother and Three Children Are Carried Down Stream to Their Death With Their Farm House ManLives Are Endangered and Thou sands of Dollars Damage Has Been Done to Railway and Farm PropertyBridges Are Washed Out Guthrie Oklo May 2JAt least four lives have been lost and others are endangered and thousands of dol lais damage has been done to rail way and farm property by a flood that prevails today In the northeastern part of Oklahoma the result of four days continuous fall of rain which last night in places culminated in a cloudbu...

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. — 24 May 1909

I I 4 C I Racing Racing i AT SALT LAKE I 1 Other Routes 12 15 pm I amberger Special Train Leaves Daily at 11 10 a m Round Trip 40 DAYS RACING J i < 40 DAYS RACING < < AT U TAR STATE FAIR GROUND INCLUSIVE 4 MAY 22ND TO JULY 7TH O 4 Six High Class Races Daily Rain Jor Shine i I UTAH STATE BAND 0 FIRST RACE AT 200 P M SHARP GENERAL ADMISSION including RandstandGendcmen 1 liUfca 50c To the boxpsSIngle box scat SOc box per day 2 box for feasjou sSO W W FINN General Manage Jon CONDRON President W 11 GLEASON Tienun rr Coffee Always u n i for mour best productsold in lIb 2 lb 2 lb and 5 lb cans Your grocer will grludlt betted ground at homenot too firm 1 I Picnic Season Is here and CARVERS GROCERY Is the place to get your supplies Every Food Canned or bottled to be had on too market may be found at Jo S Carver Sons Grocery 1 Also sole agents for Chase Sanborns Teas and Coffees We would like your trade and will I be greatly pleased to have you call on us I Bruin Too Fond of Crow A n...

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. — 24 May 1909

I F s 4 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 24 1OO S S CURE EtZEMA ACNE1Ef1lER ETt While Eczema Acne Tottor Salt Rheum etc aro troubles which affect the skin their source is far deeper than tho outside outiclo These affections are cnusod by irritating humors or uratic acid iu tho blood Such impurities inflamo and irritate tho dolicato notwork of fibrous tissue which lies just beneath tho surface of tho outer skin and tho inflammatory discharge thus produced is forced out through tho pores and glands and is continually kept up while tho blood remains infected This exudation causes tho form ation of scales and crusts so often soon In Eczema and when they are scratched off tho flesh is left raw and more susceptible to other infection It can very readily bo scan thon that to produce a cure the circulation must be purified and cleansed This S S S will do It goes down to tho very bottom removes all humors and impurities neutralizes tho excessive acids of the system and in this way removes ...

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. — 24 May 1909

J j 1 J c 0 c I FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT VERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ABE INSTITUTIONS I v t S Ib JtJ1t4Jct Entered as secondclass matter atthe Postofflce Ogden Utah 4 under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sunday I by Wm Glasmann SUBSCRIPTIONS tOne Month In Advance 75 Six Months In Advance 425 TWelve Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday S Morning Examiner Free Circulation antt1 ThaCerMcs that circulationoftt EVENING STANDARD ttat becaaiKtittdmnd gatetuiUtd tbt 4dtr ers Ctrufed Cireatatioa Bias Rook CfMdACffj7 II 0Nnvt Ckzp I I Tta Paptr hS3 prored by imeitifattoo itil thi eireuladoa mard arc krpt vttth cn eed the circulation italtd wIth sutb twiner tbatedrtrtitrn naj re r on 817 ttattntoU oftaiae made by tbtpubtlihiri i emler the otrncnhip nod management itieontol Aurj 20 1908 ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly Standard Per Inch Dally change each day 20c E 0 D change each Issue 21c Twice week chanRO each lsguo22o Onco each week 23c One time or othe...

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. — 24 May 1909

I o r r TEE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 24 1900 t < cLABEL STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two ring No 56 Sell Phone two rings No 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone ono ringNo 50 Bell Phone one ringNo 53 RANDOM REfERENCES Framing and a few ntco things for Juno Weddings Fred Massa 2IC4 Wash Ave 1 H J Waldon of North Platte Nob yesterday accepted a position as brakcman on the Southern Pacific rail road Have you Dccn io see our new spring line of W L Douglas shoes and ox fords at 350 and 100 The Palace 280 25th St Jack Kelly a bantamweight pugi list of North Platte Neb left here yesterday afternoon over the South ern Pacific road for Sparks NcV Try a pair of 350 and 400 Doug las shoes For sale at The Palace Good Clothes Store 1A 25th SU Wrestler In OgdenG G Lamp graf an Omaha wrestler Is In this city anl wishes to announce that he Is prepared to meet any 115pound or lightweight wrestler In the city GARMENT SALE CO cts per pair and up at Knitting Factory 302 25th street Gr...

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. — 24 May 1909

y 7 r I t < < < THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAYMAY241000 1 8 = NLW I Neckwear While tho Spring Neckwear i question iVfn iniml well fake j j that were not occasion to say r I insist the front rank of Nctik vivcar were rather ahead of I hc toreJ lOstand in a rank all < by ourselves r rN < Vrhc Man who wishes to so J cure a distinctly correct and S Qxclitsivc stylein a Tie can jBiicl I it hcrc v j Shnpes Now Silks New v Neckwear thats different Imperials FouHnhandB etc L 75c to 100 or 150 I S < 25c 50c up S > Our 50e Neckwear looks as I well as many of the 100 styles S shown by exclusive Haberdash ers I 4 i ersFrefl z Fred M Nye I Company 2413 Wash Ave f as GRADUATION DAY ANNOUNCEMENT OUR LINE OF GRADUA TION GOWNS IN FINE WHITE BATISTE WITH LACE AND EilBROIDER I ED TRIMMINGS IS HEADY FOR TOUR IN SPECTION 750 TO S20 ALSO THE DAINTY SUMMER GOWNS IN COL I J ORS THE LITTLE WHITE DRESSES FOR THE LIT TLE FOLKS ARE JUST THE THINGS FOR THE y AR r WEATHER Sizes from 2 to 12 ...

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. — 24 May 1909

0 CPi J < Pi > i ff THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 24 1909 l Ii 4 ove n Prices Move 0 n W L Douglas Shoes THE PAL ACE iL Douglas Shoes at Great Reduction at Great Reduction 280 2 5th St t J ON SATURDAY EVERYTHING WAS ON THE MOVE ON THE CUSTOMERS HAVE BEEN MOVING IN THE GOODS HAVE BEEN MOVING OUT THE PRICES HAVE BEEN REMARKED AND THAT WILL MAKE STOCK MOVE FAST WE MOVED OUR COMPETITORS TO THE BACK OF THEIR STORE WE TAUGHT THEM TO DO BUSINESS RIGHT THAT THEY CANT FOOL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME BY BUYING UP OLD JUNK AND I I THEN ADVERTISING GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALES LIKE THEY DID IN THE PAST BEWARE OF OUR COMPETITORS AND WHAT THEY ADVERTISED IN OUR NAME MOVE ON TO THE RIGHT PLACE THAT IS WHAT WE WANT YOU TO DOMOVE ON TO THE RIGHT PLACE DONT GET FAKED ANY MORE BY THE FAKED ADVERTISEMENT GOINGOUTOFBUSINESS SALES YOU KNOW AND WE STILL oJ r KNOW ABOUT THE REPUTATION OF THE PALACE AND THE REPUTATION OF OUR COMPETITORS ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT SATURDAY AND TODAY WEVE BEEN DOING MORE...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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