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' 12 THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913
I Quit Knocking; Become a Booster 1
Just a lew of the many, many reasons we have for believing in Ogden and her great I
J futnre--an invitation to join the Booster Club j
EVERY DEALER I
j IN OGDEN HANDLES
I RED DEVIL I
i (The Rock Cement.)
CAPACITY One and a half million barrels yearly.
UNION PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
General Office, Ogden. Utah.
THE PIER OF EXCELLENCE
1 A complete lmc of Preferred Groceries Just a little bct-
j B ter than any other."
j If your dealer cannot supply you, kindly let us know and I
I we will see that you get what you want
AHLT & WAGGONER
225 25th St.
I Security Trust & Savings Bank I
T D. Rvin, President C H. Go9ling, Vice President R
Jot. Williams, Vice President F J Vlcks, Cashier
j Capital, $50,000.00
' Youngest and fastest growing bank in the State of Utah.
Private Boxes .$2.50 Per Year
j hwuwiij' mmwwwiLn Mwmt' "" -1 " 'jai.1
Bttr b Order frcm j
A Utah Product for Utah Peopl,
I ofld.n taker Srfming&3llaHIng(Ea R- I
Riverdaie High Patent Flour
BY ALL HOUSEWIVES
and is sold
BY ALL LEADING DEALERS
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.
OGDEN -:- -:- -:- -:- UTAH
I Gold Leaf Brand Lard Is a j
Utah Made Product
! EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL
j THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT IN
j, 8PECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
OGDEN PACKING AND PROVISION CO.
'I OGDEN - ALT LAKE CITY .. r RANClSCO
BUY THE CEMENT THAT IS BEST
VvTxi OGDEN PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
o p. The Old Reliable Dealers.
1 UnjrULrJ " THE eccles lumber co
I y Oh We are 3,80 PPSfed to furnish
fpORTlrND Ci.-iLS r co I J everything needed in first class build-
L A ln9 rnaterlal. Why pay OUR PRICE
C-y ,c"" INFERIOR GOODS? Take our ad-
j Frs.f vice Don't do It.
j Trade Mark W. P. MONSON. Manager.
H BLANKET SEASON
I We have recently installed a NEW AND IM-
1 PROVED SYSTEM of wash ins and dr inc li
j; WOOL BLANKETS which leaves them as
I soft and fluffy as new.
Money back if you are not pleased.
UNION DEPOT, OGDEN
CHEAPER POWER IS TO BE HAD
FROM LOCAL ELECTRIC PLANTS!
.What Ogden Offers to Manufacturing Industries in the way of Electric
Energy 21 Canneries in Operation Gateway to the West is Through
the Wasatch Range East of Ogc'en Sugar Factories Distribute Large
Sums of Money No City of More Advantages List of the Large In
Id natural advantages, Ogden Is not
surpassed by any city of the conti
nent, not situated on navigable wa
A larg. pari of Utah is the bed of
the ancient Lake Bonne-ville The
eastern portion of this lake bottom
is wonderfully fertile and well water
Jed by numerous streams descending
from the loft mountain which form
ed the eastern barrier of the pre
I historic lake. Op;den is the center of
this productive region,
Tlie rugged Wasatch mountains,
extending north and south for many
hundreds of miles, are pierced b but
one pass. This opening ifl a water
iprade through which the bT river
! enters the great basin at Ogden. At
I no other point has It been found
feasible to bring a railway from the
east Into 'his alley All other rail
ways of eastern Utah both steam and
electric, pass north and south along
the western base of the mountains
and through Ocden Thus Ogden has
been desiimed by nature and made b
man the railway center of the Inter
The valley in which Ogden is sit
uated is lower thnn the BUITOUndlng
country. Told wind are shut off
bv the high mountatini at the east:
the preallln;r winds come from the
southwest and are probable temper
ed bv the waters of the lake, the
result being thai killing frosts are al
most unknown The peach crop of
! Weber county has not been a failure
In seventeen years. Ogden is the
center of an extensive fruit growing
section, and orchards are belnc farth
er extended over the rich expanse of
Opden capital owns and controls
lwem one canning factories. this
city boinc do ohlef producer of can
ned goods in the intcrmountaln eoun
trv The tomato is a staple for can
ning with all 'he factories. The
fa-mer receives 110 a ton for this
product and often crows twenty tons
Mo the acre. The Weber county to
mato Is 01 such excellence and in
such good repute that the entire out
put of all the factories for 1912 was
sold before canning operations for the
season were commenced.
The extensive beet sugar plant at
Ogden Is one of the Utah and Idaho
sugar factories, which plants are con.
trolled and principally owned by Og
den men who maintain an office
therefor in this city During the sea
son of 1912, these factories paid tho
farmers $1,600,000 for beets, $400,000
of which went to the farmeis of We
ber county. It is expected that the
capacity of the Ogden plant will be I
doubled In the m ar (uiure.
Ogden Is the center of the dairy I
interests of northern Utah. Ten
creameries are owned and operated
bv Ogden people, two of which are
located in the city The amount of
dairy products turned out is increas
ing rapidly, but the product ir- nni
keeping p.iLi with Mo demand, since
Ogden is naturally drawn uion for
supplies for the mining camps of
The demand for hoes is also treat
er than the supply Weber county is
very desirous of attracting farmers
who will engage 1,1 dairying poultry j
raising and the raising of hoes, all
three of which offer a handsome
Many trout are also artificially
grown, but owing to the demand for,
this dellcaev. an adequate Buppl) is
never attainable. There are numer
ous Ideal locations for ttn propagn- 1
tion of trout near Ogden
Three modern hydro-electric plants
'near Ogden generate an abundance;
of cheap electric power. Power io
manufacturing purposes i an be bad
from these plants at offpeak load
that is. for about twentj hours oul
of twenty-four at $3 per horse pow
er nff month.
This abundance of cheap power to
gether with the best railroad facili- J
ties in the west and abundance of,
-cheap sites makes Ogden the most
jdesirabl0 place for the location of
The greatest problem of western
m.Tica has u-en that of reclaiming
the des.-rt In order to make ,?
wonderfully rich land produce in pay
ing quantities, water is necessary.
One of the ilrst sections of the west
to be Irrigated by white men was
in the vicinity of Ogden. and I'tah
methods are still considered the mod.
el lor the whole w orld, so far as the
smaller propositions are concerned
Tn all the older canals the water and
land are inseparable. the irrigating
plaptl being owned and controlled by
the farmers. The plants already In
'operation lirk-at,. '".mm a, re- it. We.!
ber county not one-half of the
available land and use all the mini
mum summer flow Reservoirs now
under wa will more than double th
law water supply and produce water
nil the land within ten miles of Og
den. Ogden and Weber count v ha one
s'igar factory, twenty-one canning
ctories ten creameries ; seven
hanks two cemenl factories; one
brewerv e Hour mills, eighty job
bing houses. twenty exclusively
wholesale, four candy factories three
cigar factories: two hospitals, fifteen
fruit packing plants- one carriage
factory; one overall factory two
""at packing plants one mattress
factory: four steam laundries: one
macaroni factory; seven lumber
yards; two pickle and vinegar facto
ries: thirteen foundries: four brick 1
Kards; three broom factories two I
knitting fac lories; five electric mills I
Tor woodwork: three bottling works; I
Beyenty miles of street and surburban ' B
line 8,000 cattle: fino.ooo sheep 40.- I
"00 acres of Irrigated land; 305,000 I
ftcres agricultural land; fifteen school.
houses in ihe citv: thirty-three school
houses outside of Ogden; 18 per 1.000 g
death rate, municipally owneri water. B
works, commission form of govern- I
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
!A complete mall order department 13 maintained it this store
A number of clerks give their entire time tn -hc;iaf those who
6end their orders here by mall
The girl who fills your mall order will do so as carefully ag
though Oie were shopping for herself Catalogues are sent out evei
spring and fall. If you lhe outs-ide of Ogden, let us put your name
on the list.
W. H. WRIGET & SONS CO.
DO YOU EVER EAT SARATOGA CHITS?
If you do you will appreciate those we make; they ara
clean, snappy and wholesome. Made in our new
FACTORY IN OGDEN
We also make jellies, vinegar, mincemeat, saurkraut and I
S SUPERIOR HORSE RADISH & PICKLE
I Kk. Gv;:vle A Enchd Avenre,- Phone 2280
Utah National Bank
United States Depositary
Capital and Surplus $180,000
Gives its Patrons the Fullest
with Sale and Conservative
RALPH E. HOAG President I
HAROLD J. PEERY, Vice-President. 0
W J. PARKER, Vice-President. '
d 0tahna Chocolates!
ARE UTAH'S BEST I
IF YOUR DEALER DON'T HAVE THEM I
ASK HIM WHY
Made in Ogden S
by Shupe Williams Candy Co. I
Utah Knitting' Co. fe
For all kinds of UNDERWEAR, SWEAT
ERS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY All goods fc
302 25th St. Ogden, Utah fc
OGDEN STATE BANK K
Capital $ 100,000.00 ll
Surplus and Profits 150,000.00
Deposits 2,000,000.00 E
The dignified, business-like way to pay
your bills is to
Write Your Personal Check K
for the amount. That gives you a record of B
the payment and a receipt. IV
YOUR BUSINESS CORDIALLY INVITED.
H C. Blgelow. Pree. A P BlgelOW( cashier.
J If. Browning. Vice Prea E L. Van Meter, Ast. Cathier. Btt '
Burls' Great H
White Sale I
I I You will never Know the meaning of satisfaction, till you try H
I "ZZIZZ"1 PIERCE'S SAUERKRAUT I ZAZ I
I -'TAW CBACE UTAH CANNING COMPANY iwaiunc