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H1 -7HE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. ' -" i - ,
I Jest a few of the many, many reasons we have for believing in Ogden and her great $
future an invitation to Join the Booster Club , lU"?
n"TTHE CEMEM : THAT IS BEST I, " , I EVERY DEALERfM'
H I cx .Jpkt nn I1 Sf'r,: 1 IN OGDEN HANDLES 1&0'
IH I X&ScK OGDEN PORTLAND CEMENT CO. I " , &-y )e0 $ 1 I if D
IH c f FOR SALE BY . k ' "'- - '" tV'SJ. '" - I HTJfc TTT THfc T "K TK 7 T IT 1 581.
I A The Old Kcliable Dealers I . ; .J, .. -V :.,;, ,?, . v-- 'tl " VJ I RED DEVIL, 1 fe 5
I riDGDENr) THE ECCLES LUKffi I ' 'fr? ..--?- '"fA..".. I (The Rock Cement.) Jfc
lHI F 1 I S.) We are also prepared to furnish I :ZJ?'e ' ? '"'' B 5 rJ V
B ;: .V- " -"vs rvervthinn needed m first class build- S iiiai '"-" 9 CAPACITY One and a half million barrels yearlv, $ j j
H cost of' a STEWART Heater. The "STEWART" is a most - - -T' v V Jfe WWflB I THOSE EXTRA TROUSERS FREE k ?'
H elegant looking heater, too. It adds an air of refinement U I - , '-&h. M?; 9 xvith each suit durin tlle Priod of 0ct- 5 t0 Nov- 19tb- Dc J fiS
I the entire home. It is sheer folly to try going through an- I . " ' J njk 31 1 not vnerlok this J.f f ,,,,, ( $
other winter without a "STEWAET." Come in and see the I ., s ', .,. - . P; , tr I Your time is limited-do not delay. Call and see us. 1 4pj
"STEWART" today. STEWART Ranges are leaders. We , , :$ -- , -' v, r'7, . -v . '" .l,nt4 "" ' I I ,SC
are exclusive agents. 11 , ; ' ' " ' SV -; - , yiff, ?&. 'j ED SMYTH TAILORING CO. J fc
BOHSOLIIATED WA001I & MOHIHE 00. j LOADING BEETS INTO CARS bounty an- save bib. wa.h..ton S f
J. W. Chambers, Branch Mgr. oeotw, uiah r ,djM , rT-maBBB-r-aw- .iihMttJ.-w hm. T ..,-U &t
BLAIS3ElAS0N ' A COLLEGE PROFESSOR I fe
IS HERE DinryT CICI FIC AC HriEf says a knowledge of bread-making is i &.',
We have recently installed a NEW AND IM- I , lirp rlrlJil r WtiWK vastly more important for girls than a I &J
PROVED SYSTEM of washing and drying g .- fiIJU 1 fllfll4flJ'4J Vfi V V U$JUa& knowledge of Greek. 'I '
WOOL BLANKETS which leaves them as 1 j Tt, , , , , , ... r
soft and fluffy as new. k CAHDrC AC WIAlTP It s easy to make good bread Avith .
Money back if you are not pleased. 1 Jm)iV IIS WEAL ill CRESCENT FLOUK -gS
"TROY LAUNDRY - 1 j j 1
i PURE-EAT-A SAUSAGE ! farmers find a certain market and a Ogden Steam Laundry Col I p
I S yHp Rpcj pypR CASH RETURN IN THE RAISING OF SUGAR I I $
o o , , . , T f t A i BEET-WHY THE CULTURE OF THE BEET Launders and French Dry Cleaners d
Pure Pork (no trimmings). Manufactured ! - - H !
onlvbv ;i'" UNDER IRRIGATION MAKES FARMING LESS I . D.Tn.. ., IW
H oniy "y n -, ' I 0. A. PARMLEf, Manager f i
I ot,c,Dti tauix! pa A VENTURE THAN THE CULTIVATION OF J v I I
' RUSSELL-JAMES- CO. .; ,s g 437 Twentv-fifth Street Phnnp 171 H
The Meat Dealers, and Everything to Eat. 1 " " - THE SOIL WHERE RAINFALL IS THE SOLE J i61 iwenty fetieet Fhone 174 i
I ii'mhmbi niini iii-.--.-J S0URCE 0F WATER SUPPLY THOUSANDS iiwpbwiiii ii m mi J
I l"iiiAif Anro nTiril ' ' 0F dollars distributed by the sugar have JJLJried 1
j MAIL OKLILKS) riLLiLli ,,- PlirTnBTOQ JS Eich i g
H S A complete mall order department is maintained at this store ; - C g-pa M M a ffl -Pgfa P
H A number cf clerks s've their entire time to shopping for those who j ? Made JHnHn ancl " fc g
H E The girl who fills your mall order Will do so as carefully as J Every agricultural district has one . methods are In vogue the land pro- I in i9SpLJ3K3fealP 1 fc'
,houSl, sh? ro shoptaf ror h0,se,r. Cauas are Sent out overy ,' ZJgS iTZSSSA 'rXJ&XtSTnw. Qgdon PTS I I
m spring and fall. If you live ojtfcide of Ogden, let us put your name j upon to "bring in good leturns Al- capitalized for .4.000,000. has one fac- 1 s SSHfci 11 SErir J S
H I on the list. 1 though Weber countj has several sta- tor In Weber county within thrca E sSfiH' -pi k'i
H I I pie crops, the beet crop is the least miles of Ogden For sugar Leets rais- fc Bis&z&F riavor V !JJ
1 I A 7 TOT T?7Tin6'lifir,10nr li? C?TfcTC? X I liabe t0 be a faWure The farmers ed in the ieinlty of Ogden the beet v
i WW 'ill. W V ICI'llO. 1 Cst S'U'il . t can figure on a certain amount of raisers leceive about 100,000 each sea- g BLACKMAN & GRIFFIN CO P
H H profit from their beet fields even .son In addition to the sum paid to I fsssmBifmmmmmammBsameBcfijgyxvKml' IS
N I i of agriculture falK.Lhem, and much large force of emploes at work dur- j- mum tr T7 if R at n f 1-
1 do you ever eat Saratoga chips? iiTn ss?s l FeJs. Gold Leaf Brand Lard Is a j 8
1 , J y 0 you 11 appreciate thoEe we make; they ar. TJTcS Zg ?J T?J?Ttif $S? I I lh Mflfll PfAlllir-
H clean, snappy and wholesome. Made in our new The sugar beet is hirdi ancl al. Afler the juIce i;a3 been extracte(; 1 UioO IVflaO rrOOUCL 5 j
H H I? A rirPAD V TXT rkTMXT 1 though much work is attached to its from the beets more than 30,000 tons 1 0 l
C rALlUKl 1JN UlxJJliiJN L raising has proven a. popular and re- of pulp aie left This pulp is re- I EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL. B jg
H n E muneratle crop with the farmers Its markablv nourishing to stock and is B i J.
H I We also make jellies, vinegar, mincemeat, saurkraut and h dependability being in a great ineas- used extensivply by farmers and H THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT MN- H s
1 horseradish. G -." ure responsible for this popularity. daiiymen for their cattle during the SPECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR I S
J H a The farmer who has his land growing winter season, and cattle thus fed are m S m
H I QTTPTT'PTrk'P TTrT?CI? T A FkTCTJT P OTiXTT XT' ! beets is not in a continual state of kept in fine condition H DEALER. 3 j Jl
H m 3JrihMXkJlX rLJIXOj XVil.JLlorl K JrlUlvJUJCi ; ?j worry regarding the condition of the In some instances the fields are so S '2
iH 1 POMP A TV Y ' " weather for It requires unusual frosts far from the factoiy that it is cheap- D Ofi'nF'M P A PITTATr' A ATT TTrTTQTfrsJ nr 3 ?
B I . rt buiur ai i I . and slolms durIn'g the tinlP betwpen cr t0 hau, them ln raroad tuail .0 ! i uijriiHiiN rAOlvlJNb AJND rKOVlblOJN CO. j
j I Rio Grande & Euclid Avenues. Phone 2280 the sowing of the seed and the digging transport them in wagons Branch I OGDEN SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO '
JH b of the crop to injuie the beets lines have been built for the beet KWBMrfmmtrmmM !! nny mt 'bmimwhhh i 2!
JH H W 1 -A m Tn 'eljer county as elsewhere, tho crews are put on b the rnilroad com- H WB!SSSSKXS3 fBS&B&RxsmKsmsmussri I 3
H j H i A 1 ' 8 I J I great success of the suar beet ciop panies. Throughout the country scenes S A MB f t S
1 1 3l 0-tHi 3l H U 4m 4W Tk w ((7 depends greatly on irrigation, and like the above are common at this 1 . UA H b 1
H 1 1 "IIll-lll iJlilftJlll! P wheiever one finds the most valuable time of the year when the beet har- B Jy W f'fV? II 1
I J Q,VliI lit WIIUVUICJILVO I crns the hiSbest priced land, the vest is at Us height The beets .are I t!ft1Jhan JRi . rour Ooden 5 1
H H a most compact communities and thu loaded intowagons at the fields and B pl.t-'' R iffHI wf ffl, t I
H II APT? TTnTAW'Q "RT?QrT I 1 " most prosperous districts, there he . aie carried up a hlgh-lino-ltke the one I R THjWra ffiRjL "11 ll
H II . 'xxXVUi UiAJuL o JDlloi. ' . finds irrigation So many are the ad- above, from whence thej are dumped B jraSno &jSg j It: a
iHI I a-n vattt T-v-n a t t-it- -r-v .-.Tri -.- . ,-,., I " antages of irrigation that the trend. into the cars. &A mffli W&l&TCmfflll 1 R J
1 I lr YUUK DliALjCiR DON T HAVE THEM I S of mblic opinion now is toward irri- About five months are required tp I MtfflS&MPWJ ML ' ' " J 9
m 1 . aTr ttttaT vs7TTxr 3 ' - Pd agriqulture The farmer with a bring the beet to maturity Tho seed I tfiTriHBIIjSk. ' ' ll j?
H I AoxL rlllVl WHY j " water right knov;s what he can do is sown in Ma and the spring raiii I 9 ftKjv Vyiag j? jl
H M I .' and the dangers of crop failure aro supply the moisture unt'l the .oung E2 " " 3 Q I
laH 1 iVraHp 1TI OffHpn .. - . reduced to a miuimum plants are read for the thinning. ' 1 " i M
HHI 1 JL"V' XL VS" I i - Where a farmer depends upon rain. Enough of the plants are dug out I-; . A utah Product for Utah People. I g
laH i DV ShliriP Wlllinmc Panrlxr Pn 1 ro- the farming business might be con-, allow plenty of mom for the others to 1 " -, rt- rf. P W j
l OUUpe VVUlldmSUanaytO. I .r sldered a game of chance, but sucn ,n reach sufficient size , After the thin- 3 P"ffl -!-. SSIrt !?,1ffi?MNmrt F it I '
H P. 1 ' not the case, where farms are iirigat- , nlng Uip beets are watered at Inter- J Sden JtilKl J<lvlUlLK JyviUllmUJCS'U. Uta 3 .
H linH'"B'""SSMIHBjHaBj " ed. The Irrigation farmer gets mois- xals by the irrigation ditches and here aB-aaBHBBM T jl j
H i I ture when he needs it and at the time is wheie the benefits of irrigation aie HMMWi'MMaa'' r'TBBaeBEirIWtiiiriirnlfiyal 2
mm 1 T Tjl TL "KIT n n E when it will do the most good. Tf felt. Too much moisture and not ffl
M I Vytatl Unittina Co. H hSgL.TA&' rCi:!rTlfScUl I D WESSLER'S BEST Perfecto Cigar leads them
WM I H ply the moistuie from a canal and the -what gives the sugar to the root. With ' fl ,, j. 1 , fi I
mm I !? n i j r? TTHTnT,,., . 1 delightful climate supplies the sun- nrigatlon and the perpetual sunshine ' I . all lOr 8. Clean SJUOKe. - 3 J
H I v or all kinds of UNDERWEAR SWEAT- 1 J Ehine- ' or Weber county thG f,elds sl sufn- I S 1
WM I ' x " H v itarvest of Beets. clent sunshine and water f -ITTTiQQT 1?T T-1 A "O Tk if T "V I
H I ERS5 RTiATCTTPTQ TinCTtnov An i 1 f With irrigation in Weber county., During the months of October and I VlLOoJLJC;lV IbrAiC L-U., iViaKCrS
h , j-rxxxviJA.O, rHJOlJCiltl All gOOClS 1 1 the average harvest of beets is 14 November the beets are dug and the Q K
WM 1 I i tons to tnc acrc' ,)Ut- In making up tops bearing the above-ground part I SBHKSHB fc
I guaranteed. I 'u tbl8 average several hundred acres of are removed. They are then trams- I 5
H I 1 - poor beet land were included. Tweu- poi ted to the factory, where they are E f A PF.ROGA Plnor HnvmjJ Tio-Qr TW On 3
H 1 ono npii -. I ty-f:ve tons to the acre Is a yield that washed bofore being sliced to remove I nHj&KsdlX UlCdr navaim lgar. i ly UnC. 3
H I OUZ 25th St. An?0M TT-U 1 Js often reached and where scientific the syrup. I M
Ogden, Utah I I WESSLER CIGAR CO., Makers ;
I I You will never Know tne meaning' of satisfaction, till you. try I
I rZrl; PIERCE'S SAUERKRAUT .1 1
j Utah cabbage UTAH CANNING COMPANY :. preparing . I 'j j