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title: 'The Evening standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1910-1913, January 04, 1913, Page 10, Image 10',
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Kl - THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1913. .
Htj 10 Mwimiiii 111 IIIMI ! BBBBMsMsB T
II Quit Knocking; Become a Booster
I I Just a few of the many, many reasons we have for believing in Ogden and her great
I I future-an invitation to join the Booster Club
i HURTS' BUSTS'
I Outing Flannel Qowns
! A beautiful line complete in everyway
Never has a better line been shown. Ask
about them when in the store today.
I TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
May you accomplish what you attempt,
enjoy what you have, and find nothing to
PRICE, QUALITY AND SERVICE
1 BADGER GOAL & LUMBER CO.
I Security Trust & Savings Bank
1 Ogden, Utah.
T. D. Ryan. President. C. H. Gosling, Vice President
Jos. Wiillsms, Vice President F J. Vicki, Cashier
Youngest and fastest growing bank m the State of Utah,
Private Boxes $2.50 Per Year
jIMMM p Mgjro '".'fa;
"Better by B Odor from I
teat than JUL your Ogden I
A Utah Product for Utah People.
Riverdale High Patent Fouf
BY ALL HOUSEWIVES
and is sold
BY ALL LEADilMG DEALERS
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.
i OGDEN -:- -:- -:- -:- UTAH
I Gold Leaf Brand Lard is a
J Utah Made Product
EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL.
I' THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT IN
SPECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
OGDEN PACKING AND PROVISION CO.
OGDEN ALT LAKE CITY . RANCI8C0
BUY THE CEMENT THAT IS BEST
' vSyX OGDEN PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
for V F0R SALE BY
orr The 01d Reliable Dealers.
I IJmUoN the eccles LUMBER CO
F VgM We are al prepared to furnish
I fpok7l-VNb i.n STCd.1 everything needed In first class build-
f TSs! yv Ing material. Why pay OUR PRICE
for INFERIOR GOODS Take our ad-CN.Lj-
vice Don't do It.
f Tra-ie Mark W- P- MONSON, Manager
H BLANKET SEASON
We have recently installed a NEW AND IM
PROVED SYSTEM of washing and drying
WOOL BLANKETS which leaves them as
soft and fluffy as new.
Money back if you are not pleased.
J TROY LAUNDRY
Six Banks of Of Jen Have
! Eight Million Deposits
I RECOGNIZED AS THE STRONGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
I I IN THE INTERMOUNTAIN REGION NEW HOMES AND
I REMODELED OLD ONES FOR THOSE CENTERS OF TRADE
NO CITY IN THE WEST HAS BETTER BANKS OR a!
I MORE SUBSTANTIAL BANKING SYSTEM. j
Ogden Is the home of six banks
housed in the most modern of banking
buildings with all the latest appurte
nances to such institutions. Two of
the banks have but recently moved
Into new buildings, which are accept
1 ed throughout the west as model
buildings Through Increased busi
ness, a third bank was led to Increase
its space and, with the remodeling
this bank has one of the most beau
I tlful bomes in the Btate
1 The six banks are capitalized to
the amount of $750,ilOO and th-e wealth
I deoslted amounts to more than 8,
I 000,000. The hoards of directors ar
il made up of careful business men
whose reputations as financiers are
m known l hrrmclinut t h r weal
J The First National bank occupies
large and richly furnished quarters
on the first floor of the building of
the same name, on the corner of
Twenty-fourth Street and Washing
ton avenue. The capital stock paid
in is $150,000, and the surplus fund
amounts to $100,000 At present the
I officers are
M S. Browning, president; David
C. Eccles. G H. Tribe and John Wat
son, vice presidents; John Plngree,
cashier, and J F. Burton, assistant
On the southeasi corner of Wash
ington avenue and Twenty-fourtli
steel is tbt Utah National bank a
eral thousand dollars have been spent
in remodeling the quarters and the
bauk is now hoiiaed In a building that
1b modern In ever respect
The exterior of the building hns
bev-n changed to accord with the lat
est deBlgns In architecture. Deco
ratlve brick and copper trimmings
have made such attractive facades
that the corner occupied by the bank
Is one of the ueatesi in the city.
This bank If. capitalized for $130.
000 with a surplus fund of $30,000
The officers arc
Ralph E. Hoag. president; H .7
Peery. vice president; A. V Mcin
tosh, cashier. L H Peery. vice pres
ldent. This institutions offers to de
positors every facility which their
balances, business and responsibility
Among the bauking institutions to
recentlj move into a new building is
the Commercial National bank, capi
talized at $100,000, with surplus and
profits amounting to 1140,000.00 This
bank occupied quarters in the Kccles
building which was destroyed by fire
a year ago and was obliged to take
up temporary quarters until a Dew
building was completed.
The new building on Twenty fourth
street Is one of the most moderu
buildings in the west and is ono of
the many beautiful buildings of the
city It is constructed of light gray
stone. The building is two stories in
height, the entire lower story being
occupied by the bank, while office
rooms take up the second floor
In the interior the fixtures ar- OUUh
sive and rich, and form, with the
"marble? and bronze, a pleasant pie
ture for the many patrons of the lib
stltutlon. A R Heywood Is tlu- pr s
ident. A. G Fell vice presidem and
I R. A Moyes is cashier.
The Security Trust and Savings
bank has but recently been establisn
ed. but during that time has made
S phenomenal record. At the close of
1911 this bank had on deposit $137,
1 76a 42, and at the close of business
In 1912 the totnl deposits had increaB
ed I290.6N.40. During lh- same per
iod the undivided profits Increased
from $2,274 S3 to $5,424 65
The officers of the bank are:
T Ryan, president ; Joseph Wil
liams, vice president; C H (Joslln.
vice president and F. J. Vlcks, cashier
The bank is eapltnlized at $50,000
With increased capital this Institu
tion will be merged Into a larger
bankiug company and will OCCUD
eorner of th- n Kiesel building I i
be erected at the corner of Twenl
fourth street and Hudson avenue. Th
new home will be In one of the most
modern buildings In the west.
Since moving into ihe new buili
ing, the Plngree National bank la
housed In banking quarters that can
mot be excelled in the west Con
structed entirely of concrete, stone
and steel, the building is absolutely
fireproof and stands among the top
note hers in the list of Ogden s most
The building, though high, consists
of but one story, with only one on
trance. Lighting is secured through
fancy glass in the ceiling and the
iront of the buildin.?. Beautiful fix
iur. s of bronze and marble with onyx
finishing give to the largo room a
luxurious appearance A large fire j
;:nd burglar-proof vault and safety de-1
posit boxes are features
The institution is capitalized at
$175,000 and the surplus and net pro
lits amount to $76,042.97 At present
the officers are:
Job Filigree, president; J. W. Ab
bott, E. P Fllison and James Hack,
vice presidents, James Plngree, cash
ier; J. H Riley and Willard Ellis, as
Occupying a favorable location on
the southeast corner of Washington
avenue and Twenty-fifth street is the
Ogden State bank with a well-deserved
reputation for strength and con
servatlsm. The instiution. establish
ed In 199. is capitalized for $lixt.00o.
with surplus amounting tu'fl26,00'l
At the close of business November 30,
1912, there was on deposit at the
bank a total of $2,048,674 15.
Although riot occupying aueh largo
quarters as some of the other banks,
everj arrangement is made to accom
modate the many patrons in a con
The bank is located in the Reed ho
tel building, one of ho larger build
ings of the city, and presents an at
tractive exterior to the many who'
frequent that busy corner. Large red
sandstone blocks make up the facade.
Several large windows facing Wash
ington avenue and Twentv-filth street
gives the banking room excellent
lighting. All fixtures and furniture
present an appearance of solidltv and
comfort giving a cheerful and horn
like atmosphere to the Interior
j "Our Own Made" Hams and
Bacons are superior to
I any other
Dealers in "Everything to Eat"
I 185 24th Street Phones 866 and 16 ;
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I MAIL ORDERS FILLED
A complete mall ' rrcr ' I i a r I m ' n ' is maintained at thl store.!
A number of clerks give their entire time to shopping for those who!
send their orders here by mail.
The girl who fills your mail ordet will do so ai carefuKy atj
though she were shopping for herself. Cai I o i; n e ar.- sent out every
spring and fall, If you live outside of 0;;den. let us p :t y m name
ou the list.
W. H. WRIGHT & SONS CO.
I x ; 01 EVER K kTSAR kTOGA ' 'Mrs?
If yon do you will appreciate tho?e we make; they aro
clean, snappy and wholesome Mads in our new
FACTORY IN OGDEN
We also make jellies, vinegar, mincemeat, saurkraut and
1 SUPERIOR HORSE RADISH & PICKLE
J Rio Grande & Euclid Avenues. Phone 2280
' ; - Suggestion
i TaT Violin
M Would be appropriate and beneficial to the education of j
I either a young lady or gentleman.
A complete line from $4.50 up at
I GLEN BROS. PIANO CO.
I A WCRD TO THE WIVES
is sufficient don't tell your grocer to j
send you a sack of "flour"; tell him
CRESCENT FLOUR I
and see what splendid results you will
get from your baking.
I ARE UTAH'S BEST
1 IF YOUR DEALER DON'T HAVE THEM
ASK HIM WHY
1 Made in Ogden
I by Shupe Williams Candy Co.
Utah Knitting Co.
For all kinds of UNDERWEAR, SWEAT
ERS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY All goods
302 25th St. Ogden, Utah
IN OGDEN HANDLES
(The Rock Cement.)
CAPACITY -One and a half million barrels yearly j
UNION PORTLAND CEMENT CO
General Office, Ogden, Utah.
HI I You will never Know the meaning' of satisfaction, till you try j
11 "ZZZI PIERCE'S SAUERKRAUT "E ANY '
E I HOUSE ODOR IN
1 UTAH CABBAGE UTAH CANNING COMPANY PREPARING
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