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January Sale
of Under
35c drapers 25c
50c drawers 35c
C5c corsot covers 50c
i 100 skirts or gowns75c
j 250 combination suits5195
I 500 skirts or gowns 5350
Dozens of others at lIla re
j ductions
The ffl HI Wykes Co
Charles New Cafeteria a modern
i plant with the most modern appli
ances thoroughly sanitary meeting
the most exacting requirements of the
pure iood lawtho highest attain
V ment In the art of cooking anti son
Ing rood Lunch 1030 to 230 Din
ner 500 to 800 2376 Wash
Lords Supper Tho manner and
method of observing the Lords sup
per has been one of the great battle
points of religious belief Peoples
I have again and again found in It the
causes of prolonged and blttor strug
t gle Just how thla the most rich In
tho tokens of affection and peace has
f caused BO much wrangling and how
It has gradually evolved from the
evening meal to the formal observance
t of today will be the theme Sunday
evening in the First Presbyterian
Tho Wobor Academy Is prepared to
accommodate midyear graduates Mon
day morning Manual Training Do
mestic Science and Arts Agriculture
Modern Shorthand stamp the Acad
emy as an uptodate high school and
the place for your boy and girl
Farewell Service Captain and Mrs
Pettit have received farewell orders
and arc to leave Ogden Monday for
Bisbeo Ariz The farewell service
will bo held Sunday night at S p mat
tho Army Hall on 25th street to
which the public is invited
Tho Virginia choice rooms for
MidYear Registration Although
the second semester of tho Weber
academy does not begin until tho sec
ond day of February preparation has
been mado for receiving many mid
year students Classes will be organ I
ized and all students cared for I
TCvorythlng points to a largo midyear
Tho Wobpr Academy Is prepared to
accommodate midyear graduates Mon
day morning Manual Training Do
mestic Science and Arts Agriculture
Modern Shorthand stamp tho Acad
emy as an uptodate high school and
tho placo for your boy and girl
Refusing Toll to Slcknoso and
Denth Tho second sermon dealing I
with Tho Now Health Conscience
In its moro commendable aspect will
bo glen at the Congregational
church Sunday evening at 730
oclock Its subject is Refus
ing Toll to Sickness and Death The
regular pulpit editorial touches the
j question of amusements under the
1 caption A Dance Every NighL Spe
cial music from Mr White and Miss
Hoi berg
Tho best of food prepared by a first
I class chof Charles Cafeteria
At Methodist Church Tho Ladies
Aid Society of the Methodist Church
will give a big Washingtons Birth
day Dinner Supper and Entertain
ment Preparations aro ou foot to
make it a big event An old standby
for an excellent entertainment and
one that never falls to give tho peo
ple their moneys worth Is Ye Auld
Skulc Tho Methodist young peo
ple begin rehearsal of it this week
and plan to give it In March Rev
MeCreery of the Methodist church
a will give a series of sermons as fol
lows The Church With Power 1
Us Vision 2 Its Confidence 3 Its
r Prayer 4 Its Task These ser
mons will be given two each Jan
r I j j liarS 16th and 23rd
I The evening paper is the paper ol
I j today The morning paper Is the pa
t I per of yesterday
I Spoclal Services at Sixth Ward
I Special services will be held tomor
row night In the handsome new chap
el just completed by the Sixth ward
I at the corner of Tivent third street
I and Madison avenue Superintendent
Gowans of the Industrial school and
I Professor Porter of the High school
will bo tho opeakers A chorus of
male voices will furnish tho music
I Services at 7 oclock
The Weber Academy la prepared to
accommodate midyear graduates Mon
I day morning Manual Training Do
mestlo Science and Arts Agriculture
Modern Shorthand stamp the Acad
emy as an uptodate high school and
the place for your boy and girl
Body Arrives D E RhI ers arrived
t In Ogdon this morning with the re
mains of his father Ellis W Rhlvors
who died of ncphrilla January 12 In
California Funeral services will bo
hold at the Congregational church on
Monday January 17 at 2 oclock p
i m Rev E T Goshon officiating In
I torment will be In Mountain View
cemetery Tho body will remain at
Klcheya chapel all day Sunday and
Monday forenoon where friends may
D li G Butter Is iho beat All we
say we mean
Scales to Weigh Mails Engineer
A Q Campbell has a force of mon
employed putting In now and largo
weighing scales between the main Un
Ion passenger depot and the north
annex Tho new scales will he used
within a few days to weigh all mails
arriving and leasing this city and tho
capacity will be seven tons Tho
scales will he under tho control of n
l government ofllcr and a large fond e
l of men will be employed to hand to
tho mall and to expedite Its move
ment us trans arrive and depart
f The Vbbbf = AVadeiny = lit = prepared to
accommodate midyear graduates Mon
day morning Manual Training Do
mestic Science and Arts Agriculture
Modern Shorthand stamp tho Acad
emy as an nptodate high school and
the place for your boy and girl
Goes to Penitentiary This after
noon Deputy Sheriff Hutchens left for
the ponUentinry in Salt Lake with
George Lowell who was sentenced to
three years for second degree burg
Government Inspected meat and
pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
Walter Richey Case This after
noon in the case of Mattie R Walker
vs Walter Riche et al the attor
neys argued ou the demurrer
COAL Call up Parker k Co Tor
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Herald Staker has recovered from
a severe attack of typhoid fever and
is again able to be at work
Handsome comfortable Tasty food
a great place to eat Charles Cafe
teria 237C Wash
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccles Building usual office hours
PEACOCKThe best Rock Springs
on tho market Phone 27 John
Farr U
To the TheaterGoing
I want to make a frank statement
with regard to prices at the new Og
den theater Some complaints come
In that we charge more for altractlpns
that play in Salt Lake than they do
there Tile attractions that play In
tho Salt Lake theater have exactly
the same prices as hero The Salt
Lake theater plays only one or two
nights of any attraction We have
but ono night of any show At the
Colonial theater Salt Lake it la dif
ferent It is known as a weeks
stand The prices are regulated ac
cordingly and are fifty cents cheaper
than In tho Sail Lake or Ogden the
aters One can readily see why this
Jumping from town to town every day
Is an enormous and we can
not expect the same prices We rev
SOlO a very few seats however at
the 150 rate for firstclass attrac
tions Out of nearly GOO seats on
our lower floor but 150 aro sold at
L50just enough to comply with tho
contracts made by the booking agents
We are trying to treat the public
fairly and will always do the best we
can to protect Its Interests
Manager Ogden Theater
EL A 1 JX JlA la S
Lovers of the manly art of boxing
aro all aglow today with the hope and
fond expectation that the Jeffries
Johnson world championship contest
will como to Ogden Il Is argued by
those who pretend lo know that Og
den is tho most feasible point of all
yet mentioned for the contest It is
also maintained that there would he
no difficulty In raising the required
funds trt land tho bout here and that
Ogden would be amply prepared to
entertain the largo crowd that would
gather to see tho boxing
Tex Rickard and Tom Painter stop
ped off In the city last evening on
their way homo from Nevada and
they gave assurances that if Salt Lake
does not caro for the JeffriesJohnson
contest It can be brought to Ogden
Mr Rickard is determined to have tho
contest pulled off In Utah if possible
and he seems to be equally determin
ed If It cannot be held In Utah it will
goto Nevada
Mr Rickard Is quoted in Salt Lake
today as saying
You can say for me that I still bo
here that the boxing contest will be
hold In Utah and not in California
And If the fight Is held In Utah It will
be hold In Salt Lake the hospitality
and generosity of the Ogden plo
notwithstanding And you can say
positively that If circumstances pro
I vent tho contest being held In Utah
and I am compelled to pull It off In
I San Francisco no Californian will
I have charge of the management I
will manage the JorffriesJohnson af
fair myself and if I am refused a per
mit In San Francisco 1 will pull oft
the scrap In Nevada This Is final
But notwithstanding this alleged
statement Ogdenpeople who are In
teresting themselves In tho matter
say that If Salt Lake docs not decide
today to have the contest pulled off
there It will surely come to Ogden It
is thought by a good many that the
political entanglements and friction in
the state capital are such that It will
be quite Impossible for the factions
there to agree long enough to mako
arrangements for the contest
It was reported here last evening
that Tom Painter will referee the big
boxing match and that he Is unalter
ably In favor of Ogden as the battling
Florence Colo Jan 15Angered
at what they declare was the brutal
treatment of Russel Wllber a 7year
old high school student a number of
high school hoys administered a se
vere boating to Superintendent W S
Godfrey yesterday
Tho students then announced they
were on strike pending Godfreys
Cripple Creek Colo Jan 15John
Booler of the 30 milo ranch IJ feed
lag eight antelope driven from the
mountains by heavy snows
LOST A brown horse with blanket
and halter ou SL Edgley 213Y 1
Boll 1lClwk
FOR RENT Rooms 507 Washing
Ion avenue 1151 mo
LOSTGold watch and pin Initial
E engraved on both Return to
Standard andreceive reward 1lGlt
r1 I
i t
A non time tint on the Harriman
roads will go Into effect at 12 oclock
tonight and the new trains 5 and J
will lOt be put In service at least
for the present
No 10 the fast Union Pacific mail
for tho east will arrive at 8 a m and
lease twenty minutes Inter
No2 the eastbound Overland Lim
ited will arrive from tho coast at
230 p m and leave for Omaha twen
ty minutes later
No 4 the eastbound Atlantic ex
press will arrive from the west at GHO
and leave for Omaha twenty minutes
Los Angeles Limited trains Nos 7
andS over the Clark rbad east and
west will be discontinued for the pres
ent and will have no placo on the new
time card
No3 from the cast will continue to
arrive at 545 No9 the fast mail
will arrive at 1255 p m and No 1
the Overland Limited will arrive In
Ogden at 4 3ip m
Southern Pacific Trains
On the Southern Pacific road the
trains depart as follows I
No 3 at C40 a m No9 at 135
p m No1 at 450 p m No5 the I
Pacific Express at 420 p m No I
G eastbound at G20 a m No 11 at
710 a m No 2 at 210 p m and
No 4 at 535 p m
Oregon Short Line
Tram No2 heretofore train No
10 the Butte Express arrives from
the north at 635 a m and leaves
for the south at 715 a m train No
24 a new train from Portland arrives
from Portland at 845 a m and leaves
for the south fifteen minutes later
Train No 12 from Cache Valley ar
rives at 1030 and leaves 10 minutes
Train No 4 Salt Lake special ar
rives at 350 p m and leaves at 4
p m train No 132 the Motor car
arrives from the north at 505 p in
and stops at Ogden Train No Ii
the Utah Express arrives at Ogden
at n40 p m and loaves ten minutes
later I
Going north the Butte and Portland I
express which has been No 9 has I
been changed to No 1 arrives at Og
den at 115 a m and leaves twenty
minutes later
Train No 131 Malad motor car
leaves at 80 a m Idaho Express
leaves Ogden for the north at 005 a
m and the Butte and Portland ex
press leaves at 4 p m
From Salt Lake
From Salt Lake train No 31 arrives
at S10 a m trains No 1o SoO a m
train No 23 1115 a m train No
21 Ovorland Limited east 205
Butte and Portland express 330 p
m No 33 new Overland Tmltcd for
the west 425 p m train No 11
Cache Valley express o2f p m At
lantic Express a new train G20 p m
No 19 at 710 p m and the Butte
and Portland express at 1255 a m
Outsidn of the now and through
trains over tho Short Line between
Ogden and Salt Lake the time card
is as follows
No 32 arrives at S40 a m No
31 at 115 p m No 22 at 220 p
m No 36 140 p tn No 20 at
545 p m and 3S at 730 P m
There Is to bo a special service in
connection with tho Salvation Army
when Mrs Brig Stllwoll of Chicago
will speak In tho Methodist church
her subject being Slum and Rescue
Work of the Salvation Army
This service will be free of charge
land will bo very Interesting and will
ho held the 20th of this month be
ginning at S p m
Apart from the church service she
will conduct In the army hall on 25th
strot a meeting on the 21st of this
She is an excellent speaker and can
furnish a presidents recommenda
tion Free to every ono Come one
come all
Victory for 1910 was the expres
sion with the high school football
boys at a banquet given In their hon
or at the Reed hotel last earning and
there were strong resolves that such
would be tho inscription upon the
banner this year The spirit of vic
tory was so strong with the husky
lads that no other thought had a
chance for entertainment
It was a fine lot of young men that
gathered around the festive board last
evening lo partake of the good things
of the season Some of them were
members of the team of 1009 others
being new blood for the fray this
year When Fred Stone was elected cap
tain of the team for this year he was
cheered to tho echo by sixteen strong
throats and the high school yells al
most raised the room of the hotel
Principal Cross acted as toastmas
tel and he called upon a number of
tho boys to voice their sentiments
There was not a faint heart In the
wholo bunch oven Superintendent
Mills and Principal Cross growing en
thusiastic In expressions of victory
In sight
Coach Brown stated that the high
school this year had a fine aggrega
tion of young men In the team and
that he could see no reason why the
Ogden lads should not vanquish over
foe Captain Douglass of the team of
last year Ralph Johnson Stephen
Keogh and the newly elected captain
Fred Stone voiced the same senti
ments all expressing tho idea that
training should bo gin at the earliest
possible moment and that no stone
should be left unturned to get Into
winning condition The present line
up of thr team Is as followo
Ralph Johnson left end Goorgo
Sample left lactic Charles Smith
left guard Walter Smyth center
Tke Checkottfl right guard Mortlmor
Wattton right tackle Paul Oldham
right end Don Moran nuarter Fred I
Stone captain left half Lawrence
Evans right half Royal Douglas full I
back Edward Smvlho Flays Smith
Pliivo Moy r subntltutew
Most uf the coal dealers of the city
aro quite cheerful today because of
tho relieved condition of the coal sit
uation A number of them stale that
with the supply that came Into the
city yesterday and this morning they
have been able to supply coal In limit
ed quantities to all the people who had
ordered coal from them and that
many who had never before dealt
with thorn had been accommodated
with a supply of fuel
There are some yards in the city j
today however that have no coal and
there Is but very little of It In any
of the yards but the deliveries of yes
terday BC lessened the demand that it
Is expected that the coal that will ar
rive daily from this time forward will
bo sufficient to supply the Immediate
needs of the consumers
The moderated condition of the
weather hum had a great deal to do
with relieving the distress Tho tem
perature of yesterday and of today Is
so high that but very little coal com
paratively speaking Is required ex
cept for cooking purposes
The railroad people state that they
arc satisfied that they will bo able to
keep plenty of coal In tho city for con
Seven cars of coal for Ogden reach
ed Salt Lake over the Rio Grande this
morning and their arrival in Ogden
this evening will once more make Og
den coal happy
We are paying for fat hogs weigh
ing from 175 to 300 pounds live
weight 7 CO per hundred welgnt 110
to 175 pounds 725
For fat veals 70 to 125 pounds
dressed weight 10 cents par pound
We receive hogs and veals dally
Anybody who prefers dreancil weight
on hogs may bring them In on Tues
days or Fridays between 730 and
10 a m We will then slaughter them
while you wait and pay 1035 per
I hundredweight dressed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want the live weight prlco or
1036 dressed
Veals you may bring In either live
or dressed Access to our plant Is
now convenient since the construc
tion of the viaduct
D G Tllton chief engineer of the
San Pedro IJOR Angeles Salt Lake
company Is In < Salt Lako after having
examined the damage caused to the
Clark road by the recent floods in
Nevada Mr TIHon says
It IB no exaggeration to say that
the damage caused was the greatest
in the history of railways in the Unit
ed St t s
It Tilton made to the Salt Lake
ofllccrs of the railroad a verbal re
port of his bbservalloiis which will be
followed by a written one
It Is understood that Mr TIHon will
advise against rebuilding tho old
route but will recommend the con
struction of a new line around the
Meadow Valley wash
While the snow and Ice of the city
aro melting rapidly the weather has
not yet been warm enough to causo
any perceptible rise In tho water of
either the Weber or tho Ogden river
Tho temperature In the city during
the day has ranged from 30 to 43 de
grees above zero and at the mouth of
Ogden canyon the mercury has reach
ed the 40 above zero mark
Attorney C Davis passed through
Ogden canyon today in a sleigh and
ho says ho never saw finer sleighing
In any place The snow is deep en
ough and there has been enough free
moisture in It to cause It to pack solid
ly rendering the highway a perfect
glare of ice and snow It will bo a
number of days even under a high
temperature and bright sunbefore
the snow In the canyon disappears
Springvllle Tan 1 Financial
troubles together with melancholia
caused by the death of his wife in
the State Mental hospital at Provo a
short lime ago prompted John W
Streeper an oldtime citizen and for
merly a prominent stockman of this
place to commit sulcldo by shooting
himself through the heart with a 32
calibre rifle shortly after 9 oclock
this morning Death was evidently
The lifeless body of Mr Streeper
was discovered by Frank Martin the
man with whom ho boarded After
the discovery of Ute corpse an Inquest
wan held and Acting Corner Don C
Johnson found that he had taken his
own life
Mr Streoper accomplished his end
by placing the muzzle of the rifle to
his breast and discharging It by push
ing the trigger with a st9e poker
When found he was lying vn his bed
in his nlsliL robe and It IB thought
hat he was tit a sitting position when
ho fired the shot The bullet passed
through his body and lodged in the
I wall at the hack of him thus Indicat
ing his posture when ho discharged
the gun
Last week Deputy Sheriff Parley P
Pratt levied on four hoad of horses
and twelve head of cattle belonging to
Streeper to satisfy a judgment
against him In favor of the Spanish
Fork Coop He was 05 years old
REVy 9
Weber County Teachers Institute
was held In SubHigh school Supt
Eggerston presiding today
Teachers received the halfmonths
pay today
Rev McCreory of tho First M E
church was introduced to the teach
ors and addressed them on the sub
ject of Conscientiousness In Ones
He dwelt upon the necessity of the
workman of every profession feeling
I that his is the best job and he the
best fitted for it Be conscientious
In the little things they are count
ed either for or against your char
acter and leave their effect The
greatest giant Is the one who has
overcome the greatest difficulties
Tomorrows difficulties may he over
come by overcoming todays Do not
be a knocker To thy self he true
and dare to do what you ought to do
Have Ideals and be true to them Be
true to yourself for the childrens
sake If teachers are religious the
children will get it without being
Low vages brings small teachers
The unconsclentlous teacher carries
an unnecessary burden
Mr Green gave his methods prov
ing their ability fn the multiplication
table He advised Take time to
Principals are to meet Saturday
January 29 with the superintendent
ou grading for grammar grades
Teachers were Instructed to select
reading for the next two weeks and
to let it be of the explosive form
To those who so Kindly assisted us
In the luto illness and bereavement
of our beloved wife mother daughter
and sister Mrs Ada Parry Nelson
we wish to extend our heart iclt
thanks Especially to James Woth
erspoon for his consoling and com
forting remarks Mrs A R C
Smith Haghort Anderson Mrs Mad
dock and daughter and the choir for
their beautiful music and to all for
their many tokens of sympathy and
remembrance May Our Father In
Heaven ever comfort them in their
hour of trouble and trial and raise
up friends unto thorn to console them
under like conditions
4 g
t t
There will he preaching Sunday
morning at 11 oclock and in the even
ing at S oclock at the Central Park
Presbyterian church at the corner of
Washington avenue and Twentyfirst
BtreoL Sunday school at 1215 p m
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes
day evening at 730 Strangers aro
welcomed to any and all of these ser
vices Rev S C C Hickman pastor
First Church of Christ Sclentiot
Holds service alII a m In the now
Masonic Temple Washington Avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty
sixth streets Subject Life Sun
day school at 945 a m Wednesday
evening testimonial meetings are held
at S p m The puhllc Is cordially In
vited to attend these services Free
reading rooms aro open dally except
Sundays and holidays from 2 to G p
m in First National Bank Bldg
rooms 511512
Swedish Evangollcal Lutheran Ellm
ChurchCorner of Twentythird St
and Jefferson avenue Rev1 ID Bar
rlngton pastor Sunday school at 10
a m Swedish service for the second
Sunday after Epiphany at 11 a m
Luther League at 7 p m Annual
church meeting ut S p m All mem
bers should attend this meeting
First Baptist Church Located on
Grant avenue between Twentythird
and Twentyfourth street Rev II D
Zimmerman pastor Calendar of ser
vices for Sunday Jan 16th 1910 will
bo as follows Sunday school will
meet at ten oclock Classes for all
Primary department In charge of Mrs
Pratt and Mrs Bates Mr Craft has
been elected superintendent for tho
coming year and will tako charge of
the Bible school on Sunday Divine
worship at 1115 with sermon by pas
tor The first In a series on the ton
commandments will ho given Subject
for Sunday morning will bo Moses
A Character Study of the Lawgiver
and Prophet B Y P U will meet
at G30 Topic Candles Under Bush
els Mr E A Brown will lead
Evening worship at 730 Subject
especially for young men and young
women Theme for the evening will I
bo A Dish of Ps Come and find
out what these Ps are Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 730 I
Topic Spiritual Awakening Revive
Thy Work Ps S54G Isa 5715
Hah 32 The Kensington will meet I
Wednesday Jan 19th at 230 with I
Mrs Thomas All ladles are invited
First Presbyterian CHurch John J
Edward Carver pastor Morning
kn M n I
IW d rwr6d svam 6ialFSF
I t Z3it1 TrT
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r 0 y
It certainly worth clinoring thoso priors were naming on
mens and bobs overcoats and suits just look at em
Four HiiitdFed Mens Soils at 25 to i
50 cents on the dollar
One Hundred Mens Overcoats 2S
per cent off
Two Hundred Boys X11 s 25 to 50
cents on the dollar
Fifty Boys Overcoats 25 per
cent off
The above reductions arc bonn fideas you trill discover if you
will inspect the superb quality fabric workmanship and fit of these
WatsonTanner Clothing Co
376 TwentyFourth Street
A Show you dont want to miss
And Company of Ten Offering The Devil and Tom Walker JJ a
Fantastic Musical Travesty
In Original and Much Imitated Italian and Hebrew Characters
Historical Cycle of Songs Il I
European Equilibrists
In Their Unique Offering Trolley Troubles
Those Eccentric Singers and Dancers
PRICES Night lOc 26o and 50c Matinee lOo Ifio and 25c
worship at 11 The Communion of
the Lords Supper will bo observed
Sunday school at 1215 Young Peo
ples meeting at 030 Evening wor
ship at 730 theme The Historic
Development and Changes In tho Ob
servance of the Lords Supper tho
second In tho series upon tho history
and evolution of the institutions and
organizations of the church
Church of tho Good Shepherd
Northeast corner Twentyfourth street
and Grant avenue Childrens sorv
Ico at 10 a m Morning prayer and
sormon at 11 a m Evening prayer
and sermon at 7 30 p m All are
welcome Wm W Fleetwood rec
First Methodist Episcopal Church
152 Twentyfourth street Rev G W
MeCreery pastor 1000 A M Sun
day school Mr B E Newton super
intendent Classes for all 1100 A
M morning worship sermon by the
pastor topic The Church of Power
its Vision Tenor solo by Mr Web
ster Noon class meeting Mr lames
Drysdalc leader 630 P M Epworlh
League Miss Hazel flufstotlcr lead
er Topic How to Hear Gods
Voice Tho young people Invite all
730 P M Gospl service sermon by
the postor Topic The Church of
PowerIts Confidence Mr Lon E
Lyman will sing The Childs Prayer
an arrangement of Now F lay Mo
Down to Sleep of childhood
The First Congregational Church
Noble Strong Elderkln minister
Morning worship at 11 oclock Ser
mon The Fearlessness of Jesus
Sunday school at 10 a m Young
Peoples mooting at 630 p m Even
Ing service at 730 oclock Sermon I
Refusing Toll to Sickness and
Doath Pulpit editorial A Danco
Every Night something about amuse
ments Mss Holbors and Mr While
will sing f
The Socond Congregational Church
Washington Avenue and Second St
Sunday school at 3 p m At 4 p m It
regular preaching services Mr El J
derkln will speak
All members of the Modern Wood
men together with visiting members t
are earnestly requested to bo present
Tuesday evening Jan 18th at which I t
time tho Salt Lake degree team and r
officers will visit the Ogden camp
for the purpose of exemplifying tin
work Tho Huntsville lodge will also
attend In a body Good time assured
All como
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned Treasurer of Wobcr Coun
ty Utah will at his ofllce on and
after this date pay all county war
rants bearing register number from
No 199S5 to No 50991 Inclusive and
that all said warrants shall cease to
draw Interest after this date Jan 13
Treasurer of Weber County
Ogden Utah Jan 13 1910 f
Nickel Amusement Co It
h V V Dance Every 1
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
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