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ml . THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, JULY 20 '191& ' H
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III 5 0 years. tiSi pRQtRs coSBMaSSSjpfeMSyV They Stand the Test.
1 I ' ' " " or 30 years the
II THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST SADDLERY HOUSE IN THE WEST.
l I JULY 24TH FOR THE BIGGEST MILEAGE WITH
1 GUARANTEED 5000 MILES. . .: 't
I p ' -Will take you 10,000 miles and better. Come in and get the price.'
If H . . We are distributors for four states direct..
If s J. G. READ & BROS CO.
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' : No, Miriam ,a ' man's love never
: dies! It . merely turns, like a search-
! : light, onto one subject right after an-
Alas! a man never will cease to be
lieve that, after a misunderstanding
with a woman, a box of flowers and
a kiss constitutes an "explanation."
1 IS RUN I
J I TO PLEASE Y0U 1
; m The ame photoplays are presented here that are Sp
!f shown at 'The Rialto', New York's new Two Mill- fe
ion Dollar Theatre. OiF course 'The Rialto' charges
considerably more to see these plays than THE 5
OGDEN, but the shows are the same. j
THE OGDEN has lately installed a new $10,- 1
000.00 Photoplayer-Organ, a wonderful instru-
ment that was constructed for the purpose of gS
properly interpretating photoplays ; this music ex- M
actly "fits the picture."
THE OGDEN shows the world's greatest g
photoplays ; no matter what they cost, you can al-
ways see them here at our regular prices, 5c for M
children, 10c for adults, and you have your choice
of any seat in the house.
THE BEST always comes to
Continuously From 2 until 11 Continuously
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! i I Our finisliing department can. always be relied upon for fj
EXCELLENT WORK and PEOMPfc SERVICE.
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I Mm TRADE WITH US
IF YOU ARE ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS,
YOU KNOW TiHEM.
If you are not, we want the opportunity of showing you why
it will be to your interest to trade with us.
Everything in Builders Hardware, Sporting. Goods, Cut
lery, Tools and General House Furnishings.
Successors to PEERY-KNISELY HARDWARE CO.,
Corner 24th and Hudson,
JfllS KIMS TAKES
Tho Orpheum Candy Kitchen has
been recently purchased by James
Karas, and he is now prepared to
serve the many patrons of the place.
The stand is among the more central
ly located places in tho city, and has
always been well equipped with the
best confectlonaries, which policy
will be followed closely in the future.
It is situated in the Orpheum build
ing on "Washington avenue, between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
Since purchasing the business, Mr.
Karas has made a number of changes
and has so remodeled the storeas to
modernize it in detail. All candles and
ice creams are manufactured at the
store and they are considered among
the very best of the city. An attrac
tive feature of the place is that It is
virtually in- the Orpheum theater
lobby, making it convenient for
theater-goers who desire the delica
cies of confectionary stores.
Hulda's mistress often boasts of
her readiness of resource.
"She's the best nurse-maid In tho
world" is .the enthusiastic commenda
tion from her employer. 'One day I
returned from a motor trip through
the park, to be met with the startling
news that the baby had swallowed a
: " 'And what did you do, ITulda?' I
; asked, in 'some anxiety, although
trusting that it had been the right
"'Why,' said Hulda, 'I made him
swallow a button-hole right away!"'
"They are not going to cut me up
if I go to thehospital, are they?"
"Of course not, when you're going
just for a rest. What makes you
) think they are?"
! "Because when I called up the hos
; pital a voice said 'Operator.' " Baltl-
If everybody In the world seems to
be going against you, why not turn
jj around the other way and jog along
i with the crowd?
tOUO IS LEADING
UTAH CITIES IN
H No other city In Utah has recorded
greater commercial advancement in
m the last few years than Ogden. This
R statement is based on statistics show
H lng that in that period many new in-
dustries have been established in the
city and environs., Furthermore, evi
I dence that every ono has developed,
i through tho merits of its products,
I into a paying institution, Is given in
I the fact that each plant has been en
P large'd to meet the demands of a grow-
1 Tho remarkable growth of city,
both in its Industry and its popula
j tion, Is attributed to its geographical
location. This same consideration im-
pelled five railroads, four steam and
three electric lines, to establish ter
Sj minals here, making this tho shipping
m center of the intefmountaln country.
H These railroads aro the Union Pacific,
0 Oregon Short Line, Southern Pacific,
H Denver & Rio Grande, Ogden, Logan
Dp! & Idaho arid the Salt Lake & Ogden,
H or the Bamberger line.
H Recognized by Government.
B That government experts also have
R studied Ogden with respect to its
3 geographical location Is shown in the
H establishment of the parcel post ter
fj minal here. While tho terminal, lo
H cated in the Brlgham Hotel building
1 on Wall avenue, Is a government in-
stitution, it is also an Ogden iustitu
I tion, a large number of men employed
1 there, making their homes in the city
H and tho money distributed among
them as pay for their services, being
I i ji . . a 1 1 1 ! ' ml.
paia uul ueie in living expenses. uv
forest service, with headquarters at
Lincoln ' avenue and Twenty-fourth
street, Is also another evidence of the
government's recognition of the city
as the commercial center of the in
termountain country. No other insti
tution has accomplished more toward
the development and conservation of
the natural resources of the intermoun
tain west than this one. J
Among the institutions that have en
larged their facilities to enable tho
handling of Increased business are the
Ogden Packing & Provision Co., the
Amelgamated Sugar Co., the Ogden,
Logan & Idaho railway, Utah Canning
Co., Goddard Pickle & Preserve Co.,
Banner Canning Co., Bverfresh Food
Co., American Can Co., Ogden Union
Stock Yards, Utah Cereal Food Co.,
the John Scowcroft & Cons Co., Utah
Power & Light Co., and the Pintsch
Within the past six months the Og
den Packing & Provision Co. Increased
its capitalization to permit the expen
diture of $300,000 in tho enlargement
of the plant at the foot of tho viaduct.
These Improvements Include the pur
chase of additional ground and the
building of several buildings, the main
one for use, exclusively as a pork
packing plant. Additional amounts
have also been appropriated for the
erection of two branch plants on the
Pacific coast, one-at San Francisco
and the other at Los Angeles. The
latter two branches will be used in
the distribution of the manufactured
products along the Pacific coast. The
products of the -company have found
markets In the old world i addition
to recording, an enormous gain in fa
vor of tho markets in the United
The improvements .being made by
the Amalgamated Sugar Co. include
in Wilson Lane through an addition
and improvement in the old. plant : the
construction of a new plant at Twin
Falls, Idaho, and the purchase of
ground for the Alta plant in Cache
The improvement made by the Og
den, Logan & Idaho railway include
tho building of the cut-off from Hot
Springs to Brlgham, tho establishment
of yards in Ogden, together with the
building of shops here and the con
struction of a new passenger station
in Logan. This station Is considered
ono of tho finest in the interrao'untain
Through tho installation of "Wond
er" Cookers, now in progress, and au
tomatic equipment, the capacity of the
plant of the Utah Canning Co. has
been increased about 300 per cent. The
company in line with Its improvement
work, is also arranging to build a now
sauerkraut plant on its property.
The Goddard Picklo & Preserve Co.
I Crown Painless DcnTcntisb! I
W Hours: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday, 9 to 12 rmM V Tjl i A Lfl
I 2468 WASHINGTON AVENUE UaCIl, tLJtail
f THE CROWN Remember a dollar saved is a dollar earned.
MT"irlvm Remember also that Teeth sometimes is. even more valu- A H
X Mb 1 HUD '? money I
f ROOFLESS SSe?; Jban I I
f PLATES . -l"pt? Dentistry I I
V :: Painless Extraction, 50c Free with Plates.
m Don't hesitate Anyone who has -a good thing to offer ought to let the A
A to come here 1 people know. Your department store does it ; your bank W I
A , advertises ; and the dentist who has the knowledge and m H
W because 1 the facilities for serving you better for less money surely W H
A advertise ought to tell you about it. A l
OD GOLD CROWNS, 22k f $ 1 5.00 PLATES, Fit Guaranteed, $ 1 0.00 W
J iX PORCELAIN CROWNS . . . ! IJI SILVER and AMALGUM X
u BRIDGE WORK (Best) ...W FILLINGS 75c and $1
1 2 Years' Protective Guarantee Porcelain and Gold Fillings. . .$1 .50 Up M
is installing new cooking equipment,
together Tvith making other improve
ments at its plant, while the Banner
Canning Co. Is building an immense
pea silo to be used in conjunction with
its canning industry. Tho Bverfresh
Food Co., by the expenditure of thous
ands of dollars, has more than doubled
the capacity of its plant, established
here about eighteen months ago. The
American Can Co. has made improve
ments at its plant and Installed addi
tional machinery within the past three
or four months.
Tho Ogden Union Stock Yards Co.,
a newly organized company, has pur
chased 72 acres west of the city to be
used for yards. These will be com
pleted at a cost of not less than $100,
000. The Utah Cereal Food Co. is now
operating its plant at full blast. Im
provements made recently Include the
building of a new stock food plant in
addition to the main plant on which
construction work was finished with
the past year.
The John Scowcroft & Sons Co.,
manufacturers of "Never-Rip Gar
ments," is installing additional ma
chinery in its Ogden plant in prepara
tion for handling an increased volume
of trade. Improvements of the Utah
Power & Light Co. include the build
ing of an addition to a gas plant, also
an addition to the plant of the Pintsch
Gas Co., the same to be used for the
utilization of by-proaucts.
Further Expansion Indicated.
The improvements being mado by
these concerns, all now carrying on
interstate business in addition t'o the
local business, not only shows the
strides that are being made in the way
of commercial progress, but Indicates
that further expansion through the
establishment of additional industries
here will be a certainty within the
next few years.
C0UI1 CLUB -"Ml
Thirty years ago Max Davidson,
proprietor of the Columbia Club Cigar rj
Co., came to Ogden with three white 3
cigarmakers from Denver, and U
opened the first (white) cigar factory
in Utah. This was the start of what
today is a prosperous manufacturing s
business employing 32 men and hav- I
iug a monthly payroll of $3,500. g
The Columbia Club manufacturs kj
high grade cigars only and have a
plant equal to any in sanitation, con-
venienco and equipment in the United K
! THIS 4irniTM " J jlgfey. THE REPUTATION OF THE f
j 1 lit UWItN gJ OGDEN STEAM j
Lrrm : Ml LAUNDRY IS
MlAM BBiygyi BASED ON N
1 s LAUNDRY fXtZi merit j
I j j 1 FID youever notice I I
i I, upon approaching It has beenioider the same I I
I Established in the Year 1890. jj and I manaement continuously for I
I I his second glance is 1 26 years at same place. Family I I
I i I invariably at your I washing of various kinds done I I
Ii A DIAMETP I many instances the I Ce to Flan- K I
9 II rIIIIir!rJ,li I clothes unmake the mam 1 nels in the Wet Wash Depart- 1 I
I Ii 1 JLJI1JUJU&1 I , We will absolutely guar- . I 11
SI itrW A AnPIT B antee that the "Second . ment-
OF OGDEN lfe:Ptf
1 1 ta tT CafC your warc" aen cac of. I
I I! Telephone us. 1 THE LAUNDERING OF 1 1
1 Si rt r r B SHIRTS AND COLLARS A gj
I 437 25th Street. Telephone 175 U 1 SPECIAI,,IIY- ll
States of the same size.
To the public, both men and wo
men, the door is always open and
they are invited at any time to in
spect the factory and its machinery
The company is now putting out a
new cigar, "Consultor," made in five
sizes, to suit the discriminate tastes
of the local smokers. Every cigar is
CAUSE AND EFFECT.
Marcella The fashion o kissing
the hands after the manner of the
cavaliers in the middle ages is said
to toe coming back.
Waverly I am not surprised.
"Because face make-up is so gen
erally used at present that kissing
the Hps is no longer popular."
Charles A. Leedy in Youngstown
Little Robert ruefully rubbed a
"Gee, I wish I -wuz a snake," he
"Why do you wish you were a
snake?" his mother asked.
Continuing the rubbing, Robert re
plied: "Then 'I couldn't fall and .bump my
"Yes, my son."
"What is an end-seat hog the pa
pers talk about?"
"An end-seat hog, my son,' is the
fellow who gets the seat that you
want yourself." Yonkers Standard.
"The plot of Dasher's latest book
has a sort of vague, elusive famil- I
"No doubt; he wrote It from the I
motion picture that was adapted from H
the stage success translated from the
dramatized French version of a Rub- I
sian problem novel." Life. H
1 A SLIGHT MATTER. II
"I don't see you at Mrs. Golders II
receptions any more, old man."
"No; she and I. had a little differ- 1
ence of opinion." IH
"Nothing serious.I hope." 1
'Oh, no; only I thought I was the 1
man she ought to marry and she
thought I wasn't." Boston Trans- l
A STEP FURTHER. I
Grandma was indulging in a few
"And we used to make hasty pud-
ding," said she. H
"We have Instantaneous pudding
nowadays, grandma. Comes in a can."
Louisville Courier-Journal. H
After fiftj', almost any man can ff
honestly say: "Alas, I have kissed H
all those women I ought not to have
kissed and left unklssed all thos9 I IH
ought to have kissed."
Three cocktails a day can Jteep an
artificial love alive and drown a real H
- -A man's Idea of a really efficent
wife is the kind that can make straw- H
berry ice cream out of one berry and H
a can of condensed milk. IH
A man's heart is like a dollar ll
watch; no matter how hard it has H
been thrown down it goes right on IH
or you are not in town, 9
Situated in the heart of the business H
and shopping district, service and con ji
venience have made the Kenyon I I
ABSOLUTELY MODERN I
FREE AUTO BUSS FROM I I
DEPOTS I I
Joseph Cairney, Prop". Rates $1.00
oer dav and &j
W H.,Mattews, Mgr. up I I