KAYSVILLE KINKS #96 IN SERIES - DECEMBER 1898 John George Maroni Barnes (1860-1932)
KAYSVILLE KINKS #96 IN SERIES - DECEMBER 1898
Some thoughtless boys disturbed the Presbyterian meeting last Sabbath evening by leaving the room in a noisy manner when the preacher was only half way thru his sermon. Such proceedings should be sat down on.
John H. White will ship his fat Christmas cattle to Salt Lake this week.
Mary A. Lewis has started suit against the Silver King Mining Co. of Park City for damages sustained thru the loss of her son who died August 2 from injuries.
Frank Larkins, who had the misfortune to break his leg one day last week, is getting along as well as can be expected. Dr. Ingram set the broken limb.
J. H. Gill, the man who sold many organs and pianos in this area, was arraigned in Logan on embezzlement.
Henry Mansell boasts over the arrival of a fine baby boy at his home on Sunday.
The Dewey Club will give a supper and ball at William's Hall on Saturday evening.
The East Wind carried off the front of Jimmie Proudfoot's Barber shop sending his razors and umbrella's broadcast thru the air.
Mayor John G.M. Barnes now warms the many rooms of his elegant residence with a hot air furnace. This we believe the 1st one installed in a residence in Davis County. The family is well pleased with it. It warms the building more evenly than the stoves.
PHOTOS: John George Maroni Barnes (1860-1932) Businessman and Mayor. Wife Miriam McFerson Barnes (1858-1947) Home located at 42 W. Center designed and built by local architect William Allen.
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