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Published Dally except Sundays by William Glasmann
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ADVERTISING RATES
mCE PER INCH EACH DAY
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Ad Ad to to run run thrM twlco times without without without change chAnce change 1 He life lie 17c The I iSc lbo I ie lc t I 35c 400
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Jd to run ntz
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word each dny no
want ad one cent per
CUasUled
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i cents ored 7c per per C5c month Ifne first iseertlon ° e cents each rss
Ran Random Referencos per susTsnu ssvsst with sa
erUon T cant per Una per week or 3CO per per
each week Buba mucnt Inscr
onco each
RMdSf tnsortlon lOc per line
Local leaden IBc POT line first
tlon or Me per lino per week
S 1 cents
SOCIETIES and CharitAble Ii
CHURCHES SECRET CharltableeleUtutl e
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per Uno either Random Referenccs or Locale No hoadn
THE KIDS ARE FIBBERS
People who are familiar with how much coal it takes to run a I
mile astounded to read in the Morning
were
t locomotive for one
of the Ogden Rapid
superintendent
I Bailey
Kids that Joseph
II Transit company had made the statement that it cost the railroad
company 18 cents per mile to run a train of cars on the Plain City
i the engineers wages
branch and that this 18 cents per mile included
I firemans wages the conductors wages coal oil light repairs etc
Mr Bailey was seen this morning and asked if he had made any
such statement and he said that he never did He said that a young
about tho Ogden Rapid Transit
man talked with him a few days ago
the that it cost about 18 cents
company and Mr Bailey told younster
running an
of
mile The cost
to run an Ogden street car one
than 18 cents when the wages of
Ogden street car one mile is more
said that he
etc figured Mr Bailey
all the employes repairs are
would be delighted tp make a contract with any one who would
furnish the Plain City service for 18 cents per mile
Mr Bailey was then asked if there were any prospects of running
cars oftener on the Ogden City line and he said II Yes when the
service demands it
The city street railway records show that during the FourState I
Fair the cars were run every three minutes to the Fair grounds that I
during the spring racing the cars were run every four minutes to the
Fair grounds r and that during the Fourth of July and other holidays
a seven and ono half minute service is given and sometimes a still
better service that from ten days to two weeks before Christmas
each year a seven and onehalf minute service is maintained
Mr Bailey says that for ninety days during the summer months
of this year a seven and onehalf minute service was maintained be
tween the city and the Canyon road i that the railroad is ready to
give more service whenever the traffic demands it that the street rail
way company is a business proposition and additional cars will be
placed on the track whenever warranted
a ONEHALF RAILWAY RATE FOR DENVER
There seems to be no trouble for other cities out side Ogden
to get a singleprice rate for the round trip for most any kind of a
show or entertainment Here Ogden City has been struggling along
for years and years and has repeatedly made efforts to get a single
price ticket for the round trip the same as granted to Salt Lake
City two or three times each year and the same as granted to Den
I ver Colorado several times each year
i Even our little neighboring city Brigham City north of us
receives a singleprice rate for the round trip for its peach day cele
l F bration but when Ogden gives her FourState faira much greater
+ Rr attraction than those above named she is denied the rates and all
f l > because it might affect Salt Lake City
I I 11 r The Oregon Short Line the Union Pacific and the Southern
t Ii Pacific railroad companies must see the injustice done Ogden when
N I the singleprice rates are granted to cities to the east to the south
1 t and to the north of us but never to Ogden How long can Ogden con
tinue to struggle against this discrimination
1v THEY ARE GREAT ON FIGURES
tl The kids 11 on the morning sheet say that twentyfour tickets
at 4 16 cents each equals 480 They froth at the mouth and say
rv t that everyone is a liar who does not figure that way The Plain City
line sells twentyfour coupon tickets for 100 and each coupon is
4 good for onethird the way from Five Points to Plain City or one
gticket
t oJ ticket from station to station If the official records of the street
a i railway company show that thirtyfour 4 16 cent tickets were taken
is up on Saturday night December 4th on the 10 oclock train that
should figure 142 but according to the kids it figures 480
> < The official records of the street railway company show that the last
trip made December 4th 1909 did not carry a single passenger or
collect a single cent Here wasone whole trip made without the
7 collecting penny
According to the kids on the morning sheet this trip was a
big money maker Well kids are kids that is about all there is to
it
We said yesterday that the 10 p m train December 4th took
out twentyfour passengers It should have read thirtyfour and
not twentyfour 20cent tickets but thirtyfour 4 16 cent tickets
which makes 142 not 144 nor 480 as claimed by the kids
DAIRY COWS BEING TESTED
i
The arrival of Dr S D Brimhall a representative of the de
partment of agricluture means the beginning of an examination of
the dairy herds of Weber county for the purpose of eradicating
tuberculosis
The doctor Bays this work is proceeding all over the country and
promises excellent results in the direction of helping to exterminate
a disease which by being communicated from cows through the milk
to human beings infants in particular has prematurely ended count
less millions of lives
Dr Brimhall with several assistants will apply the tuberculin
test to all tho dairy cattle in and around Ogden in fact he
will go over the entire country and every animal found to react to the
test will be killed and the body destroyed by quicklime
This is a mission of lifesaving in which the dairy owner should
cooperate The consumers of milk will applaud the work as promis
ing them a pure source of milk supply When the work is completed
every one in tho community will rejoice over the new conditions pf
wholesomeness
j DO YOUR SHOPPING NOW
The following has been handed in as an appeal to Christmas
I shoppers We approve of the article and offer it as a reminder
to our readers
I I saw girls of 17 and 18 weeping with pain and weariness at
eleven oclock at night as with shaking fingers they made their
counters attractive against the next days brutal rush I saw one
girl drop in a dead faint after selling dolls to a fond mother of
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BUY SERVICEABLE GIFTS
We arc storing away Christmas presents every day for Cliri stmas delivery why not store something for you
I Every dollar you spend with us entitles you to a chance on 15000 given away free
Our store is stocked with goods suitable for all Kindly call and let us show you what we have We will make the payments
to suit your income I
We are m A king a big display of Morris and Turkish Rocke rs and we offer special prices on the same for the rest of the week
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Morris Chairs from 1250 up Plush the house
No 27096 Cobbler scat 275
cushions leather cushions Mission l o 425
f No 2573 Upholstered back p4
Morris chairs And hundreds of others to show you
We arc showing 100 different styles of Doll GoCarts the b cst that we have ever shown Make your selections early and get
the choice I
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Wo also haVe Sleds Chiklrcns Rockers wagons Wheelbar rows Carls Toy Trunks Toy Tables Yclospcdcs Shooflics Irish
Mails Coaster Wagons I a
CALL AND LOOK YOU ARE WELCOME
We
Fihrrniture Ogden Leadin g s Ogden Furniture Carpet CO p C 7 1
Store Stock
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children I saw little boys fall asleep in rubbish corners at the noon
hour their untasted luncheons in their tired hands 4
That night when I went to my supper I saw a boy small for
his 16 years sitting on a box before the employers elevator for whir
he waited He looked up at me and with the craving for sympathy
innate in children he sighed softly Oh my God t I wish eleven
h
oclock would come
Pathetic you say Yes but who is responsible for such suffer
ings The women who delay their Christmas shopping until the
last moment for the above is an actual picture of poor wornout
and nerveracked store clerks in Christmas week when the thought
lessness of thousands of women compel shopkeepers to keep open
their stores in the evenings What trait is it in woman that she will
procrastinate in her Christmas shopping Is it so strange that she
is called heartless and inhuman We believe it is only heedlessness
but is this not being heedless to the point of being criminals Cannot
the average woman realize that it to her own advantage to say noth
ing of common human mercy to the shop clerks to do her Christmas
buying before December 151 Every woman who does this does a
Christlike act
Another 10000 is offered for the proof to show that the street
railway officials have ever made one dollar out of the system up
to date excepting a 2 per cent dividend paid in 1901 I
This paper offers 10000 reward for the discovery of any stock
holder of the Ogden Rapid Transit company who has drawn as much
as one single dollar in dividends since 1902
The way to make David Eccles put more money into the street
railway service is to abuse him for the money he has put in already
Hah
JUST FOR FUN
A Pink Tea Swindle I
It was a prohibition country As I
soon as the train pulled up a seedy
little man with a coveted basket on
his arm hurried to the open windows
of the smoker and exhibited a quart
bottle filled with rich dark liquid
Want to buy some nice cold tea
ho asked with Just the suspicion of a
wink
Two thirsty looking cattlemen
brightened visibly and eacn paid a
dollar for a bottle
Walt until you got out of tho sta
tion before rOll tako a drink the lit
tle man cautioned them I dont want
cr Rot In trouble
He found three other customers be
fore the train pulled out In each case
repeating his warning
You seem to bo doing a pretty
good business remarked a man who
had watched It all But I dont see
why youd run any more rlak of get
ting lu trouble If they took a drink
boforo the train started
Yo dont hey Well whet them
bottles had in cm pardner was real
cold tea Everybodys Magazine
Irresistible
Examining Magistrate Madani you
persistently deny that you committed
this act though tho description of the
culprit fits you exactly beautiful face
and llgure oxtremorly youthful ap
pearance most attractive
The Defendant your honor I con
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I fess all Yes It was fPucl
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t Very Succoosfut
l Doctor how many times have you
I operated for appendicitis
I Oh at least fifty times I should
I i say And how many cases have you
lost
Only two One of thorn went Into
I bankruptcy and tho other died with
1 out leaving a dollar Chicago Rec
j ord
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Professional Proposals
The Doctor May I attend you In
health as In sickness
The I awjer J May I argue all your
cases for jou none with you
The Politician sincerely desire
your personal Indorsement of my cam
paign for your hand Judge
Altogether Different
Did ho say he knew me when I
was a girl
No ho said ho know you when ho
was a boy Llppincotts
The Association of Ideas
Daughter rondhiSIII winter many
of tho animals get thicker fur coats
Father Hush Not so loud Mamma
is in the next room Meggendorfer
Blatter
Spellbound
Why dont you go on writing my
speech said tho orator
Im spellbound replied the typist
Has my eloquence such an effect 1
Yes sir I never worked for a man
who used so many words I cant
spell Washington Star
Sarcastic
You will admit that a court is a
necessity said the Judge
Yos answered the audacious at
torney But I dont like to be so
frequently reminded of the adage
Necessity knows no law Wash
ington Star
Wouldnt Do
Nowmown hay Is a delightful per
fume We sell lots of it
Have you something with a gas
oline odor I want people to think I
own a motor car not a horseLlte
Thats the Reason
The Teacher All your arithmetic
problems are wrong If this happens
again Ill tell your father
Tho Pupil But pa did eu for me
Comic Cuts
PEANUTS SAVED THE DAY
West Orange N J Dec 9Thc
humble peanut is tho agency through
which the teachers of St Marks pub
Saved at
Sto WSlnllrn fred
HJospBta
San Francisco Bulletin
The physicians in Honolulu could
do nothing for United States Deputy
Marshal Winters and ho gave them
up In despair and came to San Fran
cisco to see if there was any physician
horn who could cure an extreme case
of chronic Brights dlaoaso He had
I
had two uraomlc convulsions was al
most bursting with dropsy and after
lighting the disease for two years was
at tho end of tho way The physician
ho consulted in this city told him that
chronic nephritis Is now a curable dis
ease and that he probably would re
coor He sent tho patient to St Win
nlfred hospital put him on tho new
treatment for chronic kidney disease
Fultons Renal Compound and pro
ceeded to aid It in ways that the
skilled practitioner understands In
four months Winters went back to tho
I Islands perfectly well
Wo sent for the treatment given tho
patient referred to in the St Wlnnl
fred hospital with such remarkable re
sults and have It in stock for patients
hero Chronic kidney disease Includ
ing Bright disease and diabetes are
now curable
WILLIAM DRIVER SON DRUG CO
lie school here have secured a new
piano When their request for tins
I was refused a few weeks ago Dy the
board of education they purchased a
quantity of raw peanuts roasted tHem
in approved style and sold them a a
good profit to the pupils and their
friends They now have the piano
POET WATSON DENIES HE
SOUGHT A PENSION
New York Dec 0 William Watson
the poet was asked yesterday about
the statement cabled from England
that Violet Asqulth daughter of the
British premier had declared that his
reason for naming her mother and
herself as the composite Inspiration or
The Woman with the Serpents
Tongue poem was that tier father
I had refused to make Watson a knight
A Public Benefit r
Ogden People Greatly Inter
ested in the Generous
I
Offer of The T H
Carr Drug Co
Tho people have already demon 1
strated that they would rather trust t
a man who Is naturally honest than I
one who is honest only because lie
had to be
The T H Carr Drug Co have a
firmly established reputation tor
square dealing and sterling honesty
When they told the people that Rex
all Remedies arc the purest and most 1
dependable medicines that It IS pos
sible for modern science to produce
and that they would tell the public
what each one of those 300 or more tj
remedies contained nnd that they son
Rexall Remedies on their personal
guarantee that they would give enure i
satisfaction or they would not cost t
the user a single cent they were be
lieved
Ever since this announcement the
T H Carr Drug Co store has been
largely patronized byi people buying
Rexall Remedies all of wnich proves
that this store has the confidence or
the people and that honesty is the
best policy
There fs no cureall among the
Rexall Remedies Thcro are differ
ent and separate medicines each one
devised for a certain human ailment f
or a class of ailments closely allied
For instance Rexall Dyspepsia Tab I
lets are recommended for the posi
stomach irritation indigestion
tive relief of I
digestion flatulency and dyspepsia
They are rich in iBtemuthSubnltrate
Pcpaln and Carminatives They are
prepared by special processes which
perfect and enhance the great rem
edial value of those wellknown mea
Iclnal agents This remedy sells for
25 cents CO cent and 100 per pack
age Every one suffering from stom
I ach disorder should try Reiall Ds
pepsin Tablots Inasmuch as they cost
I nothing they do not satisfy
Remember T H Carr corner Grant
and 26th street Ogden is the only
store In Ogden where these remedies
may be obtained and every ono in
need of medicine is urged to Investi
gate and tako advantage of tho frank
and generous manner in which they
are sold
LEGAL I
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ASSESSMENT NOTICE I
Stockholders of tho Weber County
Mining Milling company attention
At a meeting of the hoard of direc
tors held In Ogden City Utah Nov
SO 1009 an assessment of ono mill
per share was levied against tho cap
ital stock of the corporation the same
payable immediately to the Secretary
at 651 22nd street Ogdon Utah If
not paid on or before December 30
1909 the stock will bo advertised as
delinquent and If not paid with costs
of advertising on or before January
11 1900 sufficient shares thereof will
be sold at public auction C51 22nd
street at fi oclock p m of that day
to pay delinquency cost of advertising
and expense of sale
MORONI POULTER President
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALEStock of millinery goods
Invoice cost at wholesale 1000 00
Bright new goods c sUng of spring
flowers plumes fancy eathers wings
Leghorn and fancy flat hats ribbons
etc Will sell the lot for 500 00 cash
or trade for City Real Estate La
monl Grix 3CS 25th St 12 9 Iwk
and also had refused to mako him an
allowance from the British treasury
I never in my life asked Asqulth
for either a title or a pension said
Watson angrily It All lover asked
of him was to bestow an annuity on
the penniless widow of John David
son the poet Asquith said he would
provide for her from tho royal boun
ty fund This I believe was subse
quently done
DAUGHTER OF BRET HARTE
IS ASKING FOR DIVORCE
Yonkors N Y Dec tIA divorce
action has been begun by Mrs Jessa
may Harto Steele daughter of Bret
Hnrte the poet and novelist against
Henry 1 Steele a wealthy Colorado
mine owner The action is brought
on the ground of desertion Mrs
Steelo married Mr Steele when she
was 17 years old
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We are headquarters for Santa Claus and can save you rrom
10 to 25 per cent on all kinds of games toys dolls books beds
Pianos etc We give you an foea of the low prices by mentioning
a few
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I DOLL FURNITURE
Sac Chairs 5 25
75c Chairs 50
1 00 Chairs 75
Bed with canopy top worth 17o now 13J
t Bed with wire springs worth OOc now 65
i G5c kind jJ
J Wire had with mattross ana pillows worth 75c now 50
45c size sb j
Large swing worth 125 now 95 9
Double swing worth 75c now 60 r
225 Piano 18 keys now 5190 6
1 35 Piano 12 keys now jjo If
75 Piano S keys now j Co
K 36 Piano 5 keys now u30 I
1 V ft
I GAMES
k
Crazy Traveller worth roc now S60
Baseball worth J 50
t Kj 50c now m
i Fish Pond worth 33c now 25
Authors worth 15c now i 73 p
Tiddley Winks worth 15c now 10 u
Scroll Saw and Outnt worth 50c now 40 t
Scroll Saw and Outiltt worth 15c now 10
Table Croquet worth 150 now 125
Table Croquet worth title now 1 65
We have hundreds of other articles which we cannot mention
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on account of apace I
I Doll Heads Doll Wigs Doll Arms Doll Stockings Doll Shoes Doll
Stocking Caps Doll Sweaters etc etc
Everything will be closed out this year as we need the room for
I 1 other lines of goods
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