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IEEE STANDARD > OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 IB08 ft
q SUpply the Need
That everyone needs a reserve fund there Is no question
f Supply tho need by starling a bank account now with us where
your deposits will yield you a good rate of Interest
4 per cent Interest paid on savings accounts
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2 MARSHALL FIELD clerked in a store when he was a boy
3 He put in the bank enough out of his salary to start a small
4 business of his own Today his establishment is the finest in
f the world His two grandsons will get 400 millions each when
they are given their share oJf his estate
We will pay you four per cent interest on the money you I
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Bright and Steady
l I The RdO Lamp
l A bright and steady light depends upon the
I I construction of the lamp
The best skill has put forth its best effort in
perfecting the Rayo Lamp
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As the air is fed to the flameso does the light
w burn The easyflowing current of air through
r the airtube of the Rayo Lamp secures a uniform
light with never a flicker or flare
The ideal family lamp Made of brass through
4 out and beautifully nickeled
T The Rayo is a lowpriced lamp but you cannot
get a better lamp at any price
Once a Rayo user always one
Every Dealer Everywhere If Not at Yours Write for
+ Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency ot the
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Incorporated
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New and complete machinery
Means
the best work at tho most
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We clean everything nnd dyo
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We return them
All you do la to phone us
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Washington Doc UonlCol Al
bert C Blunt of the Coast Artillery
was placed on tho retired list to
day on his
application after
a ser
vice of thirtytwo years Ho has been
on duty at Key West Many onirers
of tho Coast Artillery are advanced in
rank as a result of the retirement of
LlcutCol Blunt and Col Henry J
Harris who quit the army last week
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THE
UrAD NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Hcracc E Pecry VlcePreo
Harold J Peory VlcePrco
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V McIntosh AfsU Cashier
TWOCENT RATE CASE
St Imis Mo Dec Arguments
in tho case brought by leading Okla
homa railroads against the stale oC
Oklahoma to test the constitutionality
I of the two cont fare law and certain
freight rates llxcd by the suite will
bi heard tomorrow by Judge Hook of
the United States district court At
torney General West of Oklahoma
tried In vain to keep the case out of
lh > federal courts until all remedies
sliluUon had been exhausted
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J STUNNING EVENING COAT S
Electric blue chiffon bluo velvet was used In the making of above styllch evening coat with trimming of
white lox tin bands elaborately used as Indicated by sketch The high plaited girdle Is satin in selftone and
fastens on right side with loops and velvet buttons Theahoulder cape Is a revival of a fashion of several yeans
Unce with slight modifications
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o It FIELDS
OF THIS
STATE
IN WHICH OGDEN PEOPLE ARE
INTERESTED
Engineer Declares the San Juan Field
to be Largest in the
World
How many Ogden people know that
Utah has the largest oil field In the
world and one which experts declare
will within a very few years be the
most productive one of them ullall
oil field which already has 1C nroduc j
lug wells with not a single failure
and yet none has reached below the
second of eight known oil sands
Such a field is the San Juan in
southeastern Utah where nature has
not only stored great basins of petrol
eum of the finest quality for refin
ing but has pointed the way so that
there need be no mistake about find
ing them
While the facts In relation to that
remarkable field have been related oc
casionally in tho press Utah people
generally appear to have failed to ap
preciate thlcr import Colonel A C
Ellis of Salt Lake City has been pound
ing away unaided In tile bun Juan
Hold for several years and has Drought
iu two or three of the producing I
wells A syndicato of Ogden citizens
has done some work there And that i
Is about the extent oC what has been
done by Utah people to develop the
new field the major portion of the
work accomplished having been done
by Colorado capitalists
Californians are now becoming In
terested which means that tho field
Is likely to be soon developed The
Californians understand oil Tney
kuow the difference between an ordin
ary field and one of exceptional merit
With such reports on tho San Juan
field In their hands as that made for
California capitalists by II K Peter
son a San Francisco engineer oil
men of tho coat state will lose little
time In taking advantage of the op
portunities which are lying wide open
in southeastern Utah Here is the
engineers report
Engineers Glowing Report
The San Juan oil field covets a tor
iltory appioximately 50 miles wide
by 90 miles In length Its tpinl area
covering about 4500 square miles thus
exceeding in extent of territory any
known oil field in the world
The field begins at a point about 20
miles west of Bluff thence extends
wrntcrly 50 miles along the Sun Juan
river hence G5 miles north and 25
miles south of said rlvor through the
Navajo Indian reservation
The contour shows a snrics of un
dulating hills anti eroded basins with
a number of low precipitous bluffs
The San Juan river with its great
volume of water and swift current
has worn a deep channel exposing to
vlowsovcn distinct and Intact anti
clinal folds and extraordinary as it
> may seem no true synclinal depres
sions appear between the uilicihuu
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the formation heiiiff intact along its
original plane of bedding the dip be
ing only 00 feet to the mile
The formation consists of alternat
ing layers of sandstone fossilifcrous
limestone oft great porosity clay I
shales and is free from
and faults frac
tures and fissures with two excep
tions one exception being a faulting
along the core or axis of the anu
dine in thc extcme western limits
of the field the second Is an intrusion
of a schistosVTnass south of the riv I
er penetrating a minute area with
out having canscd any general or vis
ible disi urbaubc The anticlines trav
erse the coU1ih I rum north to south
and even beyond the territory herein
described indications oC oil were
found
Eight Distinct 011 Sands
Eight distinct oil sands are found
along tho San Juan river showing n i
thorough saturation and emitting I
strong odors of petroleum The oil I
sands aggregate over 100 feet in
thickness the character of the ou
bearing sandrock and fossil lime I
stones shows considerable thickness
and porosity forming the most Ideal
storage rocks known for so volatile a
supbstancc as petroleum
rite geological age of the formations
exposed ranges from the Cretaceous
to the Purassic Triassic Corbon
iforous Permian and upper Devonian
On tho hlgn points the Cretaceous is
mostly In evidence In tho besln the
Jurassic and Triasslc forms the chief
exposures Along the banks of the
river Immediately adjoining the
Goodrich basin the Carboniferous is
shown and In the western portion of
the field the Permian and upper Dev
onian appcar owing to the anticline
being tilted lo more acute angle than
the ones In the eastern part of the
field
Sixteen Wells No Failures
Present development centers In and
WImen fthe Liver
is i Tune
the whole system is off the key
stomach upset bowels slug
gish head heavy skin sallow
and the eyes dull You cannot
be right again until the cause
of the trouble is removed Cor
rect the flow of bile and gently
stimulate the liver to healthful
action by taking
mHEEC A rS
PillS
the bile remedy that is safe to
use and convenient to take
A dose or two will relieve the
I nausea and dizziness operate
the bowels carry new life to
the blood clear the head and
improve the digestion
These old family pills are the
natural remedy for bilious
complaints and quickly help
the liver to
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Gold Everywhere In boxss lOc and ZSc
nntititinnnh nwvvwnnnwvrvw
around the GoodrJeh basin where six
teen wells have boon drilled to dale
without a single allure these veils
havo only bceu drilled to the sec
ond or Goodrich sand and to a depth
of from J20 feet to 300 One well
al a depth of 220 feel by actual test
pumped at the rate of COO barrels per
diem
This oil Is a limpid fluid of a 3S
gravity parnflne base and burns read
Jly without refining the ignition being
instantaneous on tho application of a
lighted match The color of the oil
by transmitted light is dark green
It contains a high percentage of the
volatile oils and is the best icflniag
oil found In the western part of the
continent It should be worth from
250 to 300 per barrel at the well
Specific gravity of the oil 1S37
Of POVol Sp Cc
Naphtha 70250 125 0731
Light burn 250100 2212 0778
Heavy burn 400500 102 OS25
Heavy Oils 500 132 OSG2
Coke and loss 11
Two pipe lines and one railway
I have boon surveyed into the field
The operators to dato seem to have
confined their attention to striking
oil In tho upper sands so as to prove
up thou holdings at the minimum of
cost and in the shortest space of time
Most of the companies arc eplo > ing
Star portable rigs but a few are now
ready to Install heavy Standard rigs
for the purpose of drilling to greater
depth In order to penetrate all of
the known oil sands in tho field
Worlds Greatest Field
In from one to two years this will
undoubtedly prove the most productive
as well as the largest oil field in the
world
The geological conditions are ideal
Insuring the highest degree of suc
cess while the climatic conditions
leave nothing to be wished for With I
mcroasnig production and continuous
development railway and pipeline will
be constructed Into the field enabl
ing the producers to market the pro
duct at enormous profits
Refining oil is becoming scarcer and
scarcer the Appalachian fields are
rapidly becoming exhausted hence
the nation must look to the west and
the middle west for its future oil
supply
Signed H 13 PETERSON E M
HERE IS A CHANCE FOR
AN OGDEN SCHOOLMARM
Sacramento Cal Dec Sgxtra
ordinary Inducements are offered to
young and pretty schoolmarnu by the
trustees of Plasketl Valley a remote
district in Monterey county accord
ing lo the superintendent of public
Instruction who has boon asked to
find a teacher
The last ecu teachers In that dis
trict have married each taking a on
o Amos Ilaslcelt a wealthy rancher
as a husband Plaskctt has one son
left the youngest and although It
will not be stipulated In a contract
the next schoolmarm is expected to
follow the custom of the others
The oly trouble is that the eighth
teacher may not bo found
DAUGHTER OF KRUPP
IS VISITING THIS COUNTRY
Chicago Occ SWlth their pres
ence in Chicago known only to a few
Intimate friends Baron Thilo von
Wllruowskl and tho baroness daugh
ter of Alfred Krupp the late gun
maker of Essen Germany have been
in Chicago since December I The
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We have been asked about the correct dress for the nero
plane for day wfireThe cutaway coat will undoubtedly lead C J
with a waistcoat of some fly design und trousers of a breezy
pattern
For evening of course the swell thing among high flyers
will be the swallowtail
Whether you fly ride walk or work heres the right
clothing and well right any disappointments or errors
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KUIINS
Modern Clothes
TELL WASH AVE
EVERYBODY OP AT 2365
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SEE WHAT IS 11ERi
1847 Silverware A Flexible Flyer
Chafing Dishes
Percolators A Pair of Skates
These for Your Wife A Teddy Wagon
These for the Boys and Girls
Gillette Razors
Collar for the dog
Tree Brand Pocket Kbives A Dog
A Savory Roaster for the
Tree Brand Razors
Turkey
A Blanket for the horse
These for Your Husband
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Wnllferr1l G3 Is Used
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The new department flats nave a laundry drying room and the
h tenant tho through their T
pipes are so arranged that each uses gas
meter when doing laundry work The nice ripe bananas you seo F
hanging in our stores have all been ripened by gas heat while In
storage Automatic soldering furnaces are now used by tinners and
Iron tho is automatically turned
when the tinner removes tho gas J
down when he places It in the burner again to be reheated tho
gas Is turned up automatically
Gas Is used In the largo canning factories for heating and sol I 1
dering blacksmiths now use It for heating wagon tires which is 3
much cheaper and quicker than the old wood pile method of heat
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Ing the tire
The gas engine Is the cheapest prime mover known A gas en
gine using producer gas gives one horsepower hour for one pound I
of coal The best compound steam engines use two pounds of coal
for every horsepower 1
Gas in the home has no superior for comfort In cooking C
are installing gas stoves every week and people are beginning to
appreciate the comforts of gas
UTAH LIGHT 1 RY CO J
D DECKER Local Manager
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lein Barbara von Krupp second daugh
tor of the great cannon king She and t
her sister Bertha Krnpp who is now J
married Lo Hen Gustave von Bohlcn
Uud Halbach were known as the
two richest women In tho world
While friends ot the German vis
itors assert that the trip to this coun
try Is purely for pleasure a visit to
Iho United States Steel works at
Gary planned for today aroused a be
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lief that the Baron von Wllmowski
and his wife who still takes an ac
tive part in the affaire of the great I
cannon factory are specially Inter
ested In extending their knowledge 01
the great American plants II
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IMPROVEMENTS OF
OFTHE HIGHWAYS II
Chicago Dec Improvements of
the highways to keep pace with deop
waterway development will he the
slogan of the National Good Roads
convention next Tuesday and Wednes
day at Topeka Kan The federal and
state governments will bo urged to
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Join in the Good Roads government
Artur C Jackson president of the
National Good Roads ex
pressed the hope yesterday that the
Topoku convention would serve as an
impetus to road construction by con
gress and by slate legislatures in ac
cordance with the declaration of both
the Republican and Democratic part
ies in the lost national platform
I anticipate that we shall make a
showing of strength at the Topeka
convention which will go a long way
toward convincing the states and the
I nation of the importance of our move
ment said Mr Jackcon Kansas
and Its surrounding slates arc partic
ularly interested In the gathering and
delegates will be present from all
parts of the country
SEARCH WARRANT BRINGS
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RESULTS IN JUNEAU
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luncau Alaska Dec SWilliam K
Wsi a jniicclal a cut of the seneral
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land office yesterday secured from 4
Judge E E Cushman a search war F
rant for certain official books and drr v
uments in the United States land of
flee at Juneau bearing upon tho Cun
ningham coal claims now being 1 ° C
vestlgatcd at Spokane Wash The
warrant was served by United States C
Marshal Sutherland and the books Sa
found In his application for a search E
warrant Mr West alleged that John
W Dudley registrar and P M Mul
len receiver of the Jnneau office re f
fused to give his access to certain
records although his commission gave
him authority to mako an uivestiga Ci
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