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I THE OGDEN STAND ARP, OGDEN, UTAH; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915. ,! Hi
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1 Get the Habit-Use Standard Want Ads
I ' Everybody reads the Want Ad pageit's the medium of exchange for Real Estate. For SaJe, Exchange, Roomi
and Houses for Kent, Help Wanted, Positions Wanted, Etc.
1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. f
IT PAYS Payable in advance. One cent per wod per inter- HAFlf V
Let the people know what yon hare J00' oNo flrflt insertion less than 26 cent. Two or mow WM1U I
to offer If you have a vacant room. "neB, 25 cents per line per weel 75 cents per line par want Ads are great aid to small busl-
Advertise it. A two or threo line wan month with, no change. neua. A few lines run dally cost but
ad will help you sell your surplus little, but the returns will '.urprlae
1 tock. real estate, etc. "f Jn vytifolg (j-
WANlliU mviAiuE HELP
GOOD girl for general housework.
' 674 24th St 12-15-tf '
COMPETENT girl for housework,
' family of two. Mrs. J. Q. Brown, 475
55th. St 12-15-lwk
J GIRL or woman for general house
1 work: email family, good wages. 622
J Jf'st 12-14-lwk
COMPETENT girl for general house
1 WOrk, small family; good wages.
U phone 563. 12-11-lwk
WANTED MALE HElF
WANTED Boy with, horse to carry
v naDer route. Inquire at The Stand
l ardottlce. 12 16 "
' YOUNG man stenographer with office
' experience, references. Phone 24S-W.
I TO give away four Cottonwood trees
( and good out-door closet 2549 Fow
j ler Ave. 12-15.181
I NICE clean white rags at the Stand
! FIRST-class dressmaking done at
2668 Madison Ave. 12-14-lwk
; IF you want tailoring, cleaning, press-
' ing or alteration done good, call P. A.
i Vellinga, 910 28th St. Phone 2154.
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J KOOM and board. Inquire 2074 Ad
; auis. 11-27-lmo
Furnished Houses, Rooms and
MCELY rurnished housekeeping rms.,
modern 33G 21st St 12-17-lwk.
5-ROOM, part modern house, close in,
cheap. Phone 25S0-R. 12-15-lwk
3 MODERN furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 274 23rd St 12-15-lwk
FURNISHED sleeping rooms; furnace
' heat, 443 Horrick. Phone 1099-J.
MODERN furnished housekeeping
; rooms reasonable. 465 22d St.
3 MOD. housekeeping rms.; ground
floor. b31 20th St Phone 2574.
I 5-ROOM modern brick, luraace heai,
ir dose in on Bench. Phone 710. 12-11-tl
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I 3-ROOM apartment for light house-
keeping, bath, lights; reasonable. 60'J
27th St. 12-11-lwk
I NICE single room; can be used for
I setUng light luncheB. 52S 21th.
1 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
f ground floor, reasonable. 234S Jetror
1 son Ave. 12-ll-lwk
I FURNISHED housekeeping rooms;
I stricUy modern. 569 22d St. 12-lU-lwk
1 MODERN housekeeping apartments;
J steam heat 330 23rd. 12-10-tt
I HOUSEKEEPING Apis.; gas, bath, no
lv children. 2203 Wash. 12-7-lmo
j 3-ROGM modern house. Phone 2642-J,
with basement 12-10-1 wk
' LIGHT h'k'p'g rooms. 437 Herrick.
FURNISHED Apts.; no children, 1-2
I i' block east of Washington. 447 21st St
I 2 MOD. rms. for likpg. 3153 Wall.
I NEWLY furnished rooms, best in
I town. 530 23d St. 11-27-lmo
y FURNISHED, clean, comfortable
f housekeeping rooms, 2 week up. 53U
1 ONE or two furnishoa rooms for light
l housekeeping. Colonial apartments,
362 Twenty-fourth street; prices rea-
t PEARL Furnished AptB. GaB, hot
X water, no children. 2711 Grant. 2-1-lyr
I MODERN H's'k'g. Ap'ts. Steam heat
330 23d St. 11-18-tf
,t FURNISHED apartments. 2634 Gran:.
I BLEEPING rooms, Colonial Apts. 362
24th St. 9-3-tt
I ' HOUSEKEEPING rooms, single or In
;' BUlteo, furnished or unfurnished, in
-v any number, prices moderate; must
' be rented. W. B. Wodell. 246S Wash.
Unfurnished (Houses, Rooms and
5 C-7 ROOM modern, 2644-Lafayette, $1S
5 Near Jackson. BIchsol. Phono. 1932-W.
, SlX-room modern frame near Union
I - Depot. Phone I960. E. F. Bratz.
t-ROOM modern apartment; pood lo
ir cation. J. Williams, 2620 Monroc
ElGHT-room Mod.', $15. Phone 2222.
12 3 lmo
6-ROOM Apt. heat and hot water fur
nished. 563 25th St 12-8-lwk
LARGE modern house. Phone 2222.
6-ROOM, close In; gas. 732 24th St
Phone 1090. 11-30-tf
4-ROOM brick on Bench. Phone
A COZY 4-room house on the Bench.
Inquire Room 403, First Nat'l Bank
HELMS Apts., 2248 Jefferson; call
forenoon. Phone 1743. 11-16-tif
FlVE-room, modern houBe. Inquire
Dr. Conroy. Phone 120. 11-7-tf
A 6-ROOM modern house with full
basement Situated in the south part
of town, ?16 per mo. Phone 612.
APT., mod., 3 rms., bath and kitchen
ette; 531 24th. Tel. 1896 10-14-tf
HOUSES and flats. 2634 Grant.
DNE or more unfurnished rooms. Co
lonial Apta.. 362 24th St 9-3-tf
ONE Remington Typewriter, No. 10,
excellent condition. Phone 1807-W.
HIGH school uniform, good as new,
cheap. 473 31st St. Phone 1216-W.
HORSE, buggy and harness for sale,
cheup. 142b 25th St. Phone 1200-R.
BIG BARGAIN IN THE FOLLOWING
30 full-blood Butf Orphiugtous; near
ly new mattress ana springs, lawn
mower; canned fruit, etc. inquire
Jbbl Ogden Ave. 12-14-lwk
6 BLADE-safety razor blade sharpen
ing machine. A money maker lor
man or woman. Present owner un
able to handle on account of other
business. Call 230 Wash. Phone 28y.
NEW Bnggs Baby Grand piano, no
better maue, cheap for casti, or will
give terms. Pautone, 29th and Hud
ONE 1910 Pierce Arrow R'd'r..$126u
One 1914 Ford Touring 275
one 1910 E M F Touring 250
One 1914 Maxwell Touring 325
One 191 J Apperson louring...., 40U
One J9iU Peerless, excellent buy
for a truck 600
Ogacn Motor Car Co., 2331-33 Hudson,
Phone 460. 12-4-2wka
1 FINE brood sows, well bred. Phone
BRAND new 25-year Guaranteed 88
note Player Piano for ?376. Without
interest. We meet and beat any com
petition. Pantone, 29th and Hudson
0 LARGE sacks ot kindling wood, l.
Oak wood lor rireplaccB J. H. Whcel
Ivnght, 2348 Hudson. Phone 828.
FOR SALE ROOMING HOUSE
FURNITURE and lease on modern
rooming house centrally located; good
living lor right person. Phone 425.
DARK brown colt, wire cut on left
leg; star on forehead. Phone Lowe's
Store, Hooper. M. Oda. 12-11-lwk
LOST at P. O. or between P. O. and
Bamberger station, a small red purse
containing 25 In currency and some
silver. Finder return to Standard Of
fice. Reward. " 12-13-2t
AN Elks' ladies' brooch. Return to
Standard. Reward. 12-14-lwk
MALTESE cat; answers to name
"Trilba." Return 340 32nd St. Re
FATHER WAS FOOLED.
In these days of good education
children learn things their fathers
and mothers know very little about.
Nora, aged 9, met her father the
other day with her little blue eyes
full of tears.
"Oh, daddy!" sho wailed, "I've just
fallen and bumped my patella."
"Dear, dear! Poor little girl!" said
father "sympathetically, as, with the
best Intention in the world, he bent
to examine her elbow.
"Humph!" she snorted, with a su
perior air. "I said my patella that's
not my elbow.' My elbow's my great
The patient explained his symptoms
fully. The specialist regarded him
closely over the top of his spectacles.
"Yes, I see," he commented gravely;
"now tell mo, have you ever been
operated on for appendicitis?"
"Well," responded the patient, du
biously, "1 certainly had an opera
tion, but I have never been quite sure
whether it was duo to appendicitis or
that Ping Truo wlih'&pulti.
Evory.trunrf Jbr Everybody.
Stores- Bargains - Lassons
pets - Investments - 34k
City Real Estate For Sale
A BARGAIN, So'lrslrigatod'Tand,
new .4 room frame house, 160-foot drill
ed well, fenced, 36 acres alfalfa and
clover, 2 1-2 acres orchard on electric
railroad, 9 miles south west ot Cald
well, Ida., for $5,000. C. B. EiBenberg.
Phone 2246-W. 12-17-lwk
BY owner, on Bench, 3-room house,
screen back porch, basement, electric
light, water in house, lot 40x150, good
largo chicken coop; a cheap buy if ta
ken soon; easy payments; 1-2 block
from car line. Inquire 2356 Endlon
ONE of the best rooming houses in
the city, good, new furniture and a
paying business, the owner must sell
on account of bad health. GREAT
BARGAIN. J. J. Brummitt, under
Utah National Bank.
WEBER and Davis Canal stock; also
5-acre farm and dwelling house In Og
den, Phone 2R-3. G. T. Terry, Ogden,
R 3- 11-30-lmo
A BRAND new six-room' modern brick
house; screen porch;, full basement,
modern in every respect except heat;
located on Washington avpnue for
$3200, $500 down; balance same as
paying rent; low rate of interest J.
J. Brummitt, Phone 59.
LOT 75x140 ft. on 24th St. Nob Hill
Annex, between Taylor and Fillmore
Ave. Price $650. Inquire M. Oswald,
Rock Port Mo. R. 3. 11-19-lwk
County Real Estate For Salt
WE have three first-class homesteads
in Lower Sage Valley, Boxeldor Co.,
7 miles from R. R5; 12 miles from
Snowville. Also some choice homo
steads in Millard and Juab counties.
Call and see Ogden Home Builders
Co., 412 25th. Phone 917. 12-15-tf
FOR SALE OR TKADE
A GOOD five-passenger automobile
for lot on bench. J. J. Brummitt un
der Utah National Bank.
CITY property for farm land. Phone
40 H P. auto for live stock. Wedell
FRESH cow, 1915 Grant. Jhone 1860-W
9 MONEY TO LOAN
duu, ?1U00; $2000 to loan on Ogden
Real Estate. J. J. Brummitt Phone 59.
ANY amount. BichseL 215 Eccles Bldg.
SHORT time chattlo mortgage loans,
rlelly & Herrick. 10-2-tf
MORTGAGE loans on farm and city
properly. O. A. Kennedy, basement
Utah Nat'l Bldg. fl-l-tf
DIAMONDS, watches, Jewelry, guns,
etc '1 nomas Loan office. Grant & 25th
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BTummltt -27-a
WHEN you want ?10 or mor A8K
ii.v. DIX, 218 CoL Hudson Building.
Balaried people can get it without
eecurlty. Othera on Furniture. Pia
nos, etc. Can bo repaid in imall
weekly or monthly payment.
SyfaRe of our,Warct Adand
ALL DOLLED UP.
"Mrs. Judkin read a paper before
the suffrage club yesterday after
noon." "Did it show careful preparation?"
"No; but Mrs. Judkin did"
Mrs. Clapham knew she had got a
good cook atlast and was' very anx
ious not to offend her.
"Mary," she said to the housemaid,
an old servant, "I don't want you to
say anything to the cook; but could
you manage to find out if thero was
any of the salmon loft last night?
Don,t say anything to her, please, as
1 shouldn't like to make her feel un
comfortable." -Mary quite understood, and went
about the business very tactfully
Twenty minutes later sho returned to
"If you please, ma'am," she report
ed solemnly, "the cook finished all
the salmon last night, and it you was
to say anything to her you couldn't
make her feel more uncomfortable
than Bhe does now.'
STRANGER IN TOWN.
"Now, Uncle SL" said young Sprig
gins, showing the old gentleman the
sights, "shall we take a rido in a
taxi, an omnibuB or a sightseeing
"Wa-al, Jimmle," Bald Uncle Si, "et
ye're goin' to th' expense of a waggin
to show me around, I kind o' think
I'd like to take a spin in ono o' them
cabarets I've herin tell so much
Read the Classified Ads.
Done in all lengths. 2B68 Colo'a
Court, rear 240 26th St Tel. 1180-M.
John A. Sneddon, Suite 316 First
National Bank Bldg. 11-29-lmo
F. S. PEERY over Marshall Drug
BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS.
PROMPT work. Coal delivered any
place. Feed of all kinds. Stand cor
ner 25th and Lincoln. Day phone 336;
night phone, 359-W. B. T. Maginness,
Chimney Sweep; furnace work.
Phone 1894-J. 11-30-lmo
CURTAINS done up. Phono 2696-M.
City. Scavenger, McCarty &. Co., 2723
Grant, Bell phone 2018-W.
K. Van Kampeu Phone 883 for
auto trimming, updolstenng, matireB
making, resuetchlnjc of bed spring.
F. J. Freenor, D. C, Graduate Chiro
practor. No drugs, surgery or osteopa
thy; try chiropractic. Rooms 212-ai3-214
CoL Hudson Bid. Phone 31L
CHILI CON CARNE
Chili Con Carue, Chicken Tamales,
Clam Chowder, Olympia Oysters, at
the BIsmark Chili Shop, phone 919-W
Lawyer U Connolly over tcinurciai
National bank tflug, ,4 zui Su
FURRIER AND TAXIDERMIST
i UKS cleaned and remoaelea in the
latest btyle. Furs skinned and tanned.
"1. Gajessky, 34U 4th St. Phone 433.
Mrs. J. J. Van Der Schuit, Van
Hoist Floral Co. Funeral deiigns,
Greenhouses, 740 28th St. Phone 906.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS
All kinds of brats and iron castings,
Machine, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Phone 647. Western Foundry &. Ma
from gents' and ladies' clothes. Gents'
garments made to order; reasonable
price. 2255 Wash. Ave. 12-2-lmo
Welshans Plumbing-& Heaung Co.,
2325 Hudson. First-clas3 work guaran
teed. Phones 869 and 2032.
NJSW & aECOWD-HAND GOODS
New and aecond-hnd iuiuuure,
doming anu bhoes ouutut, som or fax
changed, aibo trumm uuu &uiicuaei
cheap. A. bluer, fuouy U2l. Un j.
lwemy-IUth st. b-ia-iyr
ANYTHING A to 2, new or second.
Do't, sold or excuangea. Phone 3J3-W.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. A. i?erniuuu, rusiciin uuu aw
geou. umco Uoura 11 to 4 p. ui. Nuwr
peery bldg. Huduon Ave. Pnono
1900-W. Residence phono Jli'9-W. tt
MRS. (jRiEN WOOU, Phone 2b5s-M.
Park Private Hospital, 778 21st
Maternity work a specialty. 12-16-tf
Your Garbage hauled regular. Soli
tary can luruished rreo. Sanitary baj
bago Co. Phone 620.
Recharged, repalrod, Blored; satis'
faction guaranteed. Electrio Service
Co., 425 24th St 2-22-tf
Trunks, Bags, Suitcases and Hand
bags repaired at 350 24th St 10-26-tf
BARGAINS in Rebuilt Typewriters
"All Makes." Ogden Typewriter
House, 2422 Hudson. 1-27-lyr
He I don't like tho way you have
been flirting with that young Simkins
She Why not?
He It makes you too conspicuous.
She (cruelly) That is tho exact
though. I shall bo sufficiently incon
spicuous aftor I have married you.
Read tho Classified Ads.
Read the Classified Ado.
The Woman's Benefit Association of
the Maccabees, Silver Review No. 1
meets every first and third Friday
evenings at 8 o'clock, and every sec
ond and fourth Friday afternoons at
2:30 o'clock In the Woodmen Hall,
Fraternity block, 2320 Washington av
enue. Visiting members cordially In
cited to attend. Anna Holden, L. C;
L. Jennie Prout R. K., 2455 Van Bu
ren avenue. '
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
Ogden Homestead No. 1605 meeta on
every, TueBday evening in W. O. W.
hall, Fraternity building. Washington
avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial
V invited to meet with ub. E. M.
Reld, foreman. J. A. Junk, corre
spondent, 3202 Washington avenue.
Queen City Robekah Lodge No. 4,
I. O O. F., meets second and fourth
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows
hall. Visiting members Invited. Min
nie Child, N. G.; Annlno Carlson, Re
The American Masonic Federation
Ogden Lodge No. 81, 2414 1-2 Wash
ington avenue, will meet every -Monday
evening at 8 p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend. W.
K. Toller, R. W. M., A. E. Lansing,
secretary, 436 Thirtieth street.
Rojal Highlanders Ogden Castle
No. 625 meets in the now 1. O. O. F,
hall; Frateinity block, 2320 Washing
ton Ave., every 2nd and 4th Friday
evenings at 8 o'clock. Visiting High
landers cordially Invited. Alford
Burgi, m. Pro.; William Muller, Sec
Treas. Royal Neighbors of America meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each month at 8 o'clock at
the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building. Visiting neighbors Invited.
E11M Mitchell, O. R., 247 21st street
Lllllau Newton, Recorder 27th and
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington Ave.,
between 25th and 26th Sts., the first
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially invited to
attend. Nevada Cook, W. M.; Oallle
E. Cave, Secretary.
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of Py
thias, moets every Monday evening at
S o'clock in Castle Hall ot tic Pythian
building, 2351 Grant avenue. Visiting
Knights welcome. S. D. RIdeout, C. C;
George B. Hart, K R. S., Edgar A.
Ford, M. F 2340 Grant Ave.
Ogden Lodge No. 6, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meeta In 1. O.
O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
present Bon Mololf, N, G.; Henry
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood
men of America, meets every Wednes
day night in the 1. O. O. F. hall. Fra
ternity block. Out of town member
cordially invited to meet with us. H.
J. Copufti, Consul; J. R. Hlnchcllii,
Order of Owls, Ogden iS'eBt No.
1218, Order o: Owls, meets every Fri
day evening in their own hall (the qlci
Elk club rooms) ai 8 o'clock. Visit
ing Brother Owls are invited to attena
the Nest meetings. W. D. Watson,
President, C. A. Knowldon, Secretary.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden
Aerie No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the Aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. G3o. F. Roach, W. Presi
dent, E. 11. Geiger, Secretary; Drs. H.
b Forbes and Paul ingebretsen, Aerie
Woodmen of the World. Weber
Lamp No. 74 meets in the W. O. W.
hall, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing"
ton avonue, every Thursday evening
U 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor
dially invited to attend. J. L. Kelli
her, C. C; W. M. Piggott Clerk, P.
O. Box 488.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 681, ments every Wednesday night
at 7:30 o'clock, new Woodman Hall,
Fraternity Bldg., Washington Ave.,
visiting Neighbors Invited. DueB will
be collected on the 5th of each month
at MIsch Drug Store. Addle A. Fel
lows, G. N., 126 Poplar avenue, phone
12S5-R. Marie CnteB, Clerk, 2731
Monroe Ave. phono 1913-R,
SALE OF COD LIVER
OIL IS RESTRICTED
St. Johns, X F, Deo. 17 Restric
tions by the i Newfoundland govern
ment on the importation of cod liver
oil from this colony were announced
today. Because information had beon
received that a large quantity of oil
had found Its way to Germany, where
the' glycerin contained In It could be
utilized in the manufacture of explo
sives, tho government cancollod all
tho licenses under which traders for
merly exported the product.
Hereafter oil may bo sent to tho
United States only. If consigned to
the British cousul generals at New
York or vBoston, or to a few firms
which have been indorsed by the consulates.
Miss Gladys was rather a flippant
young lady, and just so was her
friend. Of late, meotlngs between the
two had beon few and far between.
Glady's friend could not fathom the
reason why, and in order to satisfy
her curiosity, called one afternoon.
"Xo, mum," Miss Gladys is not in,"
the maid Informed her. "She has
gone 'to the class."
'Why, what class?" Inquired the
caller In surprise.
"Well, mum. you know Miss Gladys
is getting married soon, So she's tak
ing a course of lessons In domestic
Read tho Classified Ada.
"Adovc? all in Ltfrrfesulfa
number cf Results than any
Try on icHBor&B
, .,. ..I ' i ..i ;
JURY LIST FOR YEKR
1916 ISSUED BY
IRE COURT -
The following is the Jury. list for
the year 1916:
Wm. H. Adams, R. W. Altman, Sam
Ambler, Chas. B. Anderson, Hagbert
Anderson, Jr Claf Anderson, Peter
Anderson, Peter J. "Anderson, H.t H.
Armstrong, Claud Armstrong, Wr. T.
Astill, Frank Arave, Hooper; Andrew
S. Allen, Huntsvlllo; Clarence T. All
red, Slatervllle. "
Kasper Bachman, Joe Baumelster,
A. P. Ballinger, Frank G. Barry, J.
M. Barlow, Jos. S. Baxter, P. A. Beck,
H. W. Beckett Sr.. H. W. Beckett, Jr.,
A. L. Becker, Jos. H. Belnap, Vinson
K. Belnap, L. B. Best, Jos. Bingham,
Willard, Bingham, Jno. H. Bishop, Chas
H. Blair, Walter Blake, Mat Blake,
F. X. Bletcher. C. E. Bohn, Fred F.
Bond, Wllford Bramwell, Alburtus
Bragonge. B. B. Brooks, Albert Brown,
Herbert D, Brown, C. J. Brown, Geo.
E. Browning, Jno, H. Buehler, Jos.
Bullough, Fred Burgl, R. N. Butts,
Hendrick Bell, Harrisville, Jno. M.
Belnap, Hooper; Geo. A. Burrows,
Hunts ville; Geo. E. Brown, North Og
den; Lyman Barker, North Ogden;
W, N. Barker, North Ogden; Jno. C.
Bailey. Ploasant View; Jno. T. Bybee,
Rlverdale; Merlin Bartholomew, Sla
tervllle; E. A. Barnes, Taylor; Wm.
Bybee, Uintah; Paul F. Barrows, War
ren; Geo. J. Bitten, West Weber; B.
H. Bingham. Wilson; Erastus Bing
ham, Wilson; J. M. Brown, Jr Wil
son. C. J. Call, Chas. Calvert, Myron
Campbell, Israel Canfleld, J3. W. Can
nady, J. Roy Cardon, Jos. A. Carl
son, W. S. Cartwright, Robt. Christen
sen, J. W. Caine, I. G. Clark, F. D.
Olawson; Chas. E. Clements, G. W.
Culver, Peter Cunningham, Jas. L.
Pnmlm "niirVi PrnoV Hrnim P.nrvnr.
Eden; Wm. Child, Harrisville; David
E. Chard, Liberty; Bartholomew Chat
elain, North Ogden; Jas. J. Cude,
North Ogden; Walter J. Coy, Plain
City; Joseph Carver, Plain City; Hen
ry "g. Child, Rlverdale; Ben Coombe,
"Uintah; JaraeB Cook, Warren; H. G.
Wm. Dalebout, W. W. Davis, John
Doxey, Wm. H. Draney. Sam Drys
dale," Alfred Dixon, JJarrisvllle; Jas.
L. Daley, Taylor;
Oliver Earle, Carl G. Edling, Chas.
B. Eisenberg, Henry B. Ekins, Wil
lard D. Ellas, Thos. Emmett, Jas. Hen
ry Emmett, Walter G. Emley, James
Erickson, Peter Ernstrom, Thos. Eng
land, Plain City; Phil East Warren;
Geo. Etherington, West Weber;
Adam Farber, Marcus Farr, Ray
mond Fair, Jos. P. F.ernellus. Alex
Fife, W S. Flewelllng, G. Morris
Flowers, Heber N. Folkman, Jesse
Fowers, E. Norman Freeman, C. H.
Funk, Chas. A, Fowers, Hooper; Wil
lard S, Flinders, Hooper; Joseph Felt,
Huntsville, Joseph Folkman, North
Ogden; P. M. Folkman, Plain City;
Samuel S. Ferrln, Pleasant View;
Wm. M. Fronk, West Weber.
Theo. Gaffas, Davis Gaisford, Hor
ace E. Garner, Mathew Gait, Geo. W.
Gayraon Newton A. Gay, Howard
Goddard Jno. Greenwell, Jno. W.
Griffins, P. A Gyaln, Win. Gould,
Eden; Henry J. Gamer, Plain City;
Arthur M. Garner, Randall; Joshua
Goodale, Riverdale; Cbauncey J. Gar
ner, Roy. ..
H C. Hall. O. A. Halberg, O. W.
Halverson, Jo6. D. Harris, Jr., Jos. J.
Harrison, Parley P. Hassell, Robt B.
Hendershot W. F. Heyman, Geo. Hill.
Ambrose Hill, Henry A. Hill, Wm, Hill,
Fred W. Hodgson, John Holden, Thos.
W. Horn, Richard J. Horrocks, Frank
W. Hotallng, Alvln Hulsh, Lawrence
Herdtl, Geo. Huss, Leander S. Harris,
Harrisville; Edwin Hill, Liberty, Wm.
R. Holmes, Liberty; Jos. H. Hunt,
Plain City; Geo. Hunt, Plain City;
D. J. Hammon, Roy; H. B. Hawks.
Taylor; Hyrum Hadley, Taylor, Ezra
R. Hadley, West Weber.
Jno Ingebretsen, Geo. M. James,
Jno. H. Jenkins, Fred Jensen, Lars
C Jensen, W. G. Johnson, A. G
Jones, Edward F. Jones, Ezra B.
Jones, Sam E. Jopes, Jr.. Richard M.
Jones, Hooper; Austin Jones, Hoop
er Jasper Jesperson, Huntsville;
Thos. Jenkins, Plain City; David J.
Johns. Pleasant View.
Paul J. Kammeyer, Henry Kissel,
Harrv Korb, W. A. Koldewyn, G. J.
Krultbosch, A. H. Krumperman. Ar
thur Kuhn, Adolph LaFrenior, C. H.
Lamed. Alex Leatham, C. L. Leavltt,
Richard Leek, Jas. H. Leishman, Axel
Lindstrom, Henry Lowenstcin, Geo.
Lucas. Hyrum B. Lund, Jos. W. Lund,
Walter E. Lund, Jno. T. Lynch, Wm,
H. Lowder, Harrisville.
D. Leo Madsen, W. F. Madsen,
Henry M. Mack. Henry L. Malan,
Jno. r Matson, W. II. Meal, Robt C.
Mitchell, Soren Mollerup, D. B.
ru Uvnim MnnKOn. D. M. Moore,
H D. Moore, Alvin Mortensen. Ben
Mortensen Chas. F. Mortensen, H.
W Murdock, Carl H. Murphy, Jas.
Martin, Jr, Farr West; Jos. G. Man
ning, Hooper; E. J. Marshall, North
Ogden; Jas. A. Montgomery, North
Ogden; Jno. P. Messick, Slatervillo;
Jas C. McFarland, Wm. D. McGreg
or Wm. M. McKay, Roy McKnight,
P J. Naylln, Clarence S. Nelson,
El wood" Nelson. Leland K. Nelson, T.
A Newman, Henry Newcy, Thomas
Newev, John Newton, J. W. Nixon,
Roy L. Noggle, Fred M. Nye, J. Burt
Edward C. Olsen, Geo. Olmstead,
Benjamin Qppman, Chas. H. Owen,
Harrisville; P. I- Ortu, " Hunts v lie.
Jos M. Pantono Thos. G. Phillips,
W B. Portorfieid, Geo. A. Poulter,
Chas. G. Price, H. A. Purdy Cyrus
Penrod. Liberty; Thos. E. Powell,
Marriott. Geo. A. Palmer, Plain City;
Jas. R. Purdy, Roy; Henry Penman,
Uintah. . ,,
Arthur Rackham. Jno. A aQdall;
C C. Rasmusscn, Carl Redfield, Fred
W. Redfield, Chas. R. Read, Jos. O.
Read. Thos. A. Reid, W, A. Reeve,
C E Richards, Jos. E. Richardson,
V C Richardson. M. L. Robb, Luke
Roghaar, Frank A. Rose, W. K Rus
sell W. F. Rudlger, Wm. Royle, Burch
Creek' J. B. Rohrabacker. Farr West;
Silas D. Rawson, Farr WeBt; Andrew
Renstrom. Huntsvlllo; James Read
er. Marriott, Oscar Richardson, Plain
Citv Rufus Rhees, Pleasant View;
Jas H. Roylance. Randall; Edward
C hitter, Rlverdale; Daniel E. Rog
erson, West Weber; Jno. W. Barney.
R. A. Seager, W. J. Selbold, Fred
Sandborn, Edw. T. Saunders, Geo.
Sawyer, P. H. Sawyer, Fred C.
Schade, Reinhert Schouten. M M.
Schotield, Chas. A. Shaw, David Shaw,
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Ralph D. Smuin, Nels Sorensen, Os- "ft mil
car E. Stevens, E. B. Stone. Chas. H. m I f
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Geo. F. Stephens, Jos. F. Stalings, Iff jHui
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ville; Solomon Shupe, North Ogden; ;01 fM
Jno.. W. Spackman, North Ogden; jS jgB
Jos. F. Storey, North Ogden; Jesse 'Jj Wff
Stoker, Roy; Samuel Smout, Slater- jflk
ville, Jos. Skeen, Warren, Thos. M. iM 1t
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Trimble, Wilson; F. F. Towne. G. W. )R Bf5
Tripp, Gustave Turnqulst, Wm. A. ft Mk
Taylor, Fair West; David L. Tracy, fc '10
Huntsville; C. W. Taggart, North Og- $ :K
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H. J. Westbrook, Henrj' Wessler, L. C. WN
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Watson, A. E. Weatherby, Jos. E jh BJ
Wright, Jos. K. Wright, Jr., Lyman H H
J. Wright, Jno. D. AVykes, Dan C. 'S III
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FINANCIAL REPORT .
OF. OGDEN CITY li
The financial statement of city audi- i W KKk
tor Arthur F. Larson for the month l HI
of November, shows that receipts ex- ; I
ceoded disbursements in the sum -of , r.
$30100 97, quite a largo amount or j -.
monev having beon received from tai HA
sources, and the waterworks depart- IfC
ment turned in a little more than $(,- i Ms
000 The heavy disbursements were i WM'm
in the Street department amounting to j MJ
more than $20,000. Expenses in ML 'JJ
other departments were rather high m fmm
for the month. Fojlowlng is a rccapit- H
ulation of the report v I H'-J
'RFPEIPTS H H-'tt
Department of Public Affairs 1 flJ
and Finance ; V4,1JG.U !
Department of Water Supply j WWM
and Waterworks j.OJU.w B19
Department of Public Safety, Wi'M
Parks and Public Property 573.10 H
Department of Streets and s I ffij J
Public Improvements.. ... abi.ijO HqI
EXPENDITURES. 1 Wr!
Department of Public Affairs 9mm
and Finance $13,112.-12 H
Department of Water Supply e I IXJ
and Waterworks 11,141.84 HI
Department of Public Safety,
Parks and Public Property 7,306.34 IH
Department of Streots and !BB
Public Improvements 21,065.30 1H
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