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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAft, If
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PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY BY D
NEW TRAIN SERVICE
WmV Jiml Inaugurated April 8th
" MM2 "THE PACIFIC LIMITED"
j(j)f? TCliM il h llll y Lighted equipment, Standard and
JjwrfJ Tourist Sleepers, Diner, Observation Car,
"Free Reclining Chair Oar."
About Leaves Salt Lake Daily 8:45 a. m.
Our Arrives Los Angeles 10 a. m.
California T0 otner ood trains daily.
Excursion THE L0S ANGELES LIMITED
Tickets Electrically Lighted, Standard and Tourist
Sleepers, Diner and Observation Buffet.
Leaves Salt Lake 5 p. m.
Arrives Los Angeles 4:30 p. m.
j THE OVERLAND EXPRESS
Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Dining Car
through, Free Reclining Chair Cars.
I For further information See Any Salt Lake Route Agent,
Write for California Literature.
Ticket Office No. 10 East 3rd Co., Salt Lake
' T. 0. PECK, G P. A. J. H. MANDERFTELD, A. G. P. A.
j Loe Angeles, California. 8alt Lake City.
H "t:r Order
A Utah Prcxfcjot for Utah People.
BUY THE CEMENT THAT IS BEST 8
j . BY TEST.
1 6fcoN MArE BY 9
J 0GD2N PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
j ft? F0R SALE BY i
! 0i, niTAIw The Old Reliable Dealers, I
U&J'UL.lN THE ECCLES LUMBER CO
I V VaMfc "y We are 3,80 prepared to furnish
f PORTLAND ctMhNT CO everything needed in first class build- 3
rX. ln9 material. Why pay OUR PRICE
NMr5 for 'NFERIOR GOODS' Take our ad- B
I diSL vice Don't do It.
Tra ie Mark W- P- MONS0N' Manager.
I ICE CREAM MAKING
That's our business nothing else. We have been devot
ing our mind and energies to this one thing for ten years.
The result is a product that is flawless, smooth and free
from deleterious substance. Don't take chances.
M Bay BROWN'S DELICIA
PHONE 982 WE DELIVER
I you get the best goods, both in purity and quality, when you
I RIVERDALE HIGH PATENT
Sold by All Leading Dealers
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.
j OGDEN, UTAH
I j j Ogden State Bank
I j CAPITAL AND SURPLUS . . $ 260,000 00
j RESOURCES OVER . . $2,100,000.00
' j Modern Facilities in All Departments
ofCredir ExChang6 Checks and Letter.
j Interest paid on Sdvinga AmmuU and Time Deposits Loans
J made on Real Estate
j Vaults equipped with electric burglar-proof syj
Your business solicited, safeguarded and protected
1 I f ident A. P. Bigelow, Cashier
J. M. Browning, Vice Pres. E. L. Van Meter, Asst. Cashier
You will neve
H MADE OF CLEAN PEELED vy
I " AND CORED HEADS OF X .
n the Ring We Boos
OING SO YOU WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME,WHICH V
AND AID IN THE PROSPERITY OF ALL.
Wagons Made in Ogden
Are In Great Demand I
Government Buys Buckboards From the Local Factory and Sends in
Orders For More Camp Wagons Made Here Are Not Equaled
Twenty-five Men Are Employed Industry Is Growing
i I 1
DELIVERY WAGON MADE BY THE SIDNEY STEVENS
Down the street a few days agO
daehed two larse ilinawaj horses I
I pulling after them a largo wagon
: owned by a local meat packing plant
The street Inclined and the momen-
turn of the heav wgon became so
great that the horses were swung to
onr- side and the vehicle crashed into
I a telegraph pole.
Bx cited people vho had witnessed
the scene ran to the place where the
wagon with a crash had come to a
sudden stop, while the horscB had
I continued on their terrified way. The
j exacted to find the wagon in pieces
I but what was their surprise when,
instead of the wagon beini injured,
j the telephone pole had been shatter-
ed Outside of broken clips on the
double trees which had freed the.
I horses the wagon was uninjured and
wa; repaired at a cost of a few dol
i The wagon was maoe in Ogden, In
I a factory owned by local capital,
j where men ltc employed who spend
their wages in the city The owners
of the wago had paid no more for
, their vehicle than they would have
paio for the product of an outside
factory, yet thev secured a wagon
I that bore well under mo;t se-
vere test that could have been lir
The United States government, re
cently needed buckboards for the
! forest service and also for mail car-
rlers in the rough country districts
i of Montana They called for bids as
usual and after receiving them, a
visit was paid to the show rooms of
the bidders by government man
where the buckboards were on ex
hibition. The result of their calling
for bids and investigations led to the
purchase of a number of O.rden buck-
boards which showed up so well un
der service that a duplicate order was
sent in some time later for the same
stylo of vehicle.
To be able to manufacture wagons
in Ogdtn that meet all tests and
create such demand that it is noces-
sary at frequent intervals to enlarge
their plant and hire more si Hied me
chanics, has been the fortune of the
Sidney Steens Implement compai
who first began the manufacture of
Wagons in Ogden six years age
At that time thev had no serious
Intentions of founding a wagon-manufacturing
establishment, but employ
ed three experienced men to con
struct vehicles for customers who de
sired a serial design. The wagons
turned out were of such quality and
stood up so well under service that
I the demands for the home-made ar
ticles increased and made necessary
thr enlarging of the quarters for that
Twenty five Employed
At the present time 2." men aro
employed in the manufacturing de-
partment and the annual capacity is
about 250 wagons With the excep
tion of the wheels, axels and springs,
all other iron work is done In Ogden
and the wooden work is all construct
ed of lumber shipped here in crude
Th- fact that the lumber is ship
ped hero in carload lots and is aged
on the ground prevents shrinkage af
ter being constructed into bodies of
wagons. Upon being unloaded from
the cars. Is Is placed In a shed open
on tho sides In such a manner that
thp dry air of this climate seasons it
thoroughly before it Is sawed up.
Freight rates, too, are cut down by j
.shipping the raw lumber to the city
in place of the finished wagons.
The plantv consists of a blacksmith
shop, two large wood working rooms
nn i a paint shop. All the machinery
is of the most modern type and will
stand comparison with that of any
factory doin.: that class of work.
Electricity is used for power In all
departments of the factory.
Aside from establishing in Ogden
an industry that would appear to be
firmly rooted in the east, the local
company has gone a step farther and
has designed a new model light .e
llvery wagon that has proven to be
extremely popular. The illustration
at the head of the article gives nn
idea of this type uhic . while light,
art- built stronglv and afford the
greatest amount of space for weight
All styles of Ludlow spring and
platform wagons are built for vari
ous uses and they are being widely
used in Ogden and surrounding coun
try. At the time of this writing, a
caiioad of vehicles, made in Ogden
was about to be shipped out of tho
To increase the space needed for
storage of so many finished wagons
it was necessary for the company to
enlarge their quarters last winter
and they are now figuring on expand
ing their factory' space.
As one local man has expressed it,
there appears to he no reason why
the Ogden manufactured products
should not be purchased when to buy
those articles means the employment
of more men in local factories who
in turn purchase their supplies from
?r Know the meaning' of satisfactio
UTAH CANNING COMPANY
it For Ogden i
VILL BUILD UP A GREATER CITY I
Be On the Sale I
The placing of your valuables in onr Fire and !
Burglar Proof Vaull assures theiT Safety. $ f
And i bej are in Absolut Privjacy.
A Sat'. Deposit Box in this Vault Costs only H p
$2.00 and up per year. JJ
Utah National Bank
I Ogden, Utah
United States Depositary. Established 1883.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED :
A complete mall order department is maintained at this storo.
A number of clerks give their entire time t- 1:c;LDjr ir those who
send their orders here by mall.
The girl who fills your mail order will de so as careful- as
though she were shopping for herself. Catalogues are sent out ever?
spring and fall. If you live out&lde of Ogden. let us put your name j,
on tho list. ,
I W. H. WRIGHT & SONS CO.
Good House Keeping
Requires the important item of
j Satisfactory Laundering
We are delivering this class of work to all of our customers
I To vonvince YOURSELF try the "Troy Way."
I TROY LAUNDRY
J Phone 2074 2538-40 Wall Ave. I
j EVERY DEALER I I
IN OGDEN HANDLES fl
RED DEVIL 1 1
;j (The Rock Cement.)
CAPACITY One and a half million barrels yearly.
UNION PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
General Office, Ogden, Utah.
I Gold Leaf Brand Lard Is a
Utah Made Product i
EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL
THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT IN- I
SPECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR ft,
OGDEN PACKING AND PROVISION CO.
OGDEN LAKE CITY -N FRANCISCO
1 Jesse Knight's "Spring Canyon Coal" I
This is the first time this Best of Good Coal" has been on tho
market here lu Ogden. :
We art iu the market to introduce this good coal at the aama Hi
prices (hat you have been paying for the other Utah coal
Give us a trial order. Do not overlook tho fact that wa Mil 11
"MAMMOTH COAL." f
A good, clenn Wyoming coal at the following prlcei: It,
Lump, $5.00. Nut, $4.50 Delivered. I
FRANK MOORE COAL COMPANY
"DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COAL."
I ffice Phone 612. Yard on Wett Side of Wall !
I Yard Phone 345. Avenue Between 22nd and 23rd. f,n
THE FLOUR DE LUXE j N
Made from the cream of Turkey Red hard 5;
At your grocers $2.75 per hundred.
Don't pay more for hard wheat flour. S
n, till you try ?