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I I "jcT , THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, Wfc'fcV' APRIL 1920. "; " ' ' I
Sells and Silver Shield Also
Active on Salt Lake
Tintic Standard was tho feature of
I th'e trading today on the' Salt Lake
Slock and Mining Exchange, when it
j. sold as low as $-1.20. This stock opened
i at $-1.-10 and changed hands as low as
j $4.20; but strengthened a little before
tho close. $.30 bid and $4.35 asked.
Ml Sells and Sliver Shield, were aiso very
Hj active, tho former changins hands up
J to 26 cents, but weakened before the
HI i close, only 22 cents bid and 23
1 i asked, while tho latter changed hands
1 from -IS to 49 cents, closing strong
with IS cents bid and 49 cents asked.
Generally speaking, the trend of the
market was a little upward,
fl "Albion brought 11; Eureka Lily
sold at 16c Columbus Rexall changed
hands at 5Sc; Iron King brought 31c;
Michigan-Utah was active at 6c and
G&c: Eureka Mines changed hands at
Hi 5crand 6c; Eureka Bullion was
Hl' weak around 16c; Prince Con. sold
Mjk at 5G and 57; closing strong with the
i lrftier price bid; Provo changed hands
at 5c; Silver King Coal, brought ?1.S5,
i Utah Con. was very active, 13,000
Shares changing hands at 1 and
Zuma sold at ISc.
(Quotstions furnished over private
Hr 1 vire of J. A. Hoglc & Company,
! Eccles Building.)
H) Bid Ask
Hi Alta Con ? 08 ? .09
j Albion 11 -12
American Con 03 .01
Alta Tunnel ..." 08 .09'.
Lfl Ai'ta-MichSgan 01 .01
?! filg Hill 09 .10
N Big Cottonwood 00 .00
1 Bullion 05 .07
H; Black Metals ' .OS, .09
Hj CoJumbus Rexall .57 - .5S
Crown Point .06
( olorado Con 03 .06
CiPnlral Eureka 01 .03
Cardiff 1.52 1-57
LfM Dragon Con .1$
Dalv West -4.25 4.50
H East Crown Point 02 .03
P Fast Tin. Coal 04 .06
! East Tin. Con 09 .10
?! Eureka Mines 05 .0G
i Eureka Lily 16 .16
'i Eureka Bullion 16 .17
I Erhrua Silver -0SV4 -08
HM Empire Mines 0p .15
Gdld Chain 06 .07
ij Grand Central 40 .50
Jl Howell 06 .07
V. Iron Blossom 30 .32
Iron King 2S .32
Judge Mining 4.00 5.00
Keystone .92 .95
Lehi Tintic -.16 .16
H' Leonora .03
j Mav Dav 01 .02
Miller Hill .01 .02.
H Moscow 04
Michigan-Utah 0G .06;
B1 North Stan 08 .09
New Quincy 06 .07
Opohongo 01 .02
Plutus -10 .40
Prince Con 57 .5S j
Provo 05 .05 VI
Rico Argentine 01 .05
Rico Wellington ... .. .28 .29
Sells 22 .23!
, Sil. King. Coal - 1.80 1.S5 I
H; Sioux Con .04
H'; South II eel a .. 1.15 1.17
South Standard . .30
' Silver Shield 4S ,49
Tar Baby 03 .03 Vi
Tintic Central , 02 .03
Tintic Standard 4.30 4.35
Utah Cons OVA .01
Uncle Sam 02 .03
9 West Toledo 06 .06
1 Walker 3.50 3.70
1 Woodlawn 12 .15
Hl Yankee .OS
1 Zuma IS .19
1 Beaver Copper 01 .02
HI Empire Copper 30 .35
Km Naildrivcr 58 .60
H Union Chief 07 .09
1 OPENING SALES.
B Eureka Lily, 7000 at 16.
HB Columbus Rexall, 1800 at 58.
B ast Tintic Coal. 1500 at 4; 100
MmM af 4.
IB East Antelope, 1000 at 2.
B Iron King, 500 at 31.
B Michigan-Utah, 70 at 6; 1000 at 7;
fl 1000 at 6.
i Eureka Mines, 1000 at 6;1000 at 5
1 Eureka Bullion, 600 at 16; 1500
Plutus, 700 at 40; 25 at 38.
Prince Con, 400 at 56.
Sells. 100 at 23; 1100 at 23; 1000
at 24; 300 at 24; 31000 at 25.
j ..Silver King Coal., 200 at $1.85.
cl South Hecla. lf0 at $1.7.
A -Silver Shield, 200 at 49; 400 at 48.
if North Standard. 4000 at 8.
Tintic Standard 50 at $4.40; 250 at!
B Utah Con., 9000 at 1.
B . Zuma, 300 at 19; 100 at 19.
1 CLOSING SALES. ,
1 Antelope Star, 100 1.
J Albion. 500 at 11.
m Alta Tunnell. 100 at 9.
j Michigan-Utah. 3000 at 6.
B Eureka Mines, 5000 at 5.
H plutus, 200 at 40.
lfl Prince Con., 300 at 56: 900 at 57.
m - Syndicate, 5000 at 1.
I- Rico Wellington, 1000 at 28.
I; Sells, 500 at 24. .
I Silver King Coal., 200 at 26.
I Silver Shield, 100 at 48; 100 at 48.
I -Tintic Standard, 100 at $4.20; 100 at
I $4.25; 100 at $4.27.
I j Utah Con. 4000 at 1,
I ' West Toledo, 500 at 6.
I Zuma, 1500 at 18.
II INDUSTRIAL STOCKS.
I Stock ' Bid 1 ABK
I AxaaL Sugar ? 13.75? 14. ou
I Preferred 103.00 104.00
I Con. Wagon 120.00 122.00
I Utah-Idaho Sugar . .. 9.10 9.35
I Lion Coal ... 65.00 75.00
Lion Bonds 91.00
Muiuat Creamery 31.00
-FlrH Nat. Ogdon 330.00
j ; Security State Bank.. 155.00 160.00
Z. C. M. L 150.00
.Goddard Packing 6.00
, Utah Power & Light.. 9100 . 94.00
Bear River Duck club 300.00
I Davis & Weber Canal. 300.00
, Ellison HanchinET 130.00
' A i OQ
H-j American Legion special
Bj I meeting tonight at 8 o'clock,
JyJClub - zoom.
Steels, Equipments, Motors
and Rails Develop Marked
SEW YORK. April 26. Steels,
equipments and motors led the list
at the strong: opening of today's mar
ket Traders evidently found much
encouragement In the better local fi
nancial situation, as Indicated by last
Saturday's returns of the federal re
serve bank and clearing house. Con
spicuous features Included Vanadium
land Lackawanna Steels, Baldwin and
Studebakcr at gains of 1 1-2 to 3 1-2
points. 1". S. Steel opened unchanged,
but soon rose almost two points. Gen
eral Motors took a foremost position
within the first half hour, advancing
10 1-2 points to .103 1-2.
General Motors cxtonded Us rise to
IG 1-2 points and most other active
Issues made additional gains chiefly
at the expense of the shorts. Activity
slackened on the customary profit but
was resumed when call money opened
at 7 per cent. Oils, notably the Mex
ican group, food shares, represented
by Corn Products and sugar issues,
also rails, shippings and tobaccos
were in demand, with the specialties,
Including textiles. The west was a
buyer of stocks, although dispatches
from that section reported further re
duction on Industrial activity and
movement of railroad tonnage.,
Trading switched to rails, particu
larly the low priced or speculative
issues at midday. Texas and Pacific
stood out for Its gains of almost five
points and investment issues of tho
transcontinental division, especially
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific,
also showed marked strength.
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Cattle Receipts none; choice heavy
steers $10.0010.75; food steers $9.00,
Jpl0.00; fair steers. $7.50&S.5O; choice
feeder steers $7.00(o)8.50; choice cows
and heifers $S.00tf?9.00: fair to good
cows and heifers $7.008.000; cutters
$.G06.00;. canners $3.007)4.00;
choice feeder cows; $5.506.50; vnal
Hogs "Receipts 076; choice fat hogs.
175 to 250 lbs $13.751-1.50; bulk of
sal se.13.75ffl4.00; feeders $10.00
Sheep Receipts 991; choice lambs
S15.00fj16.50; wethers $10.00 12.00;
fat ewes $S 00fT10.00; feeder lambs
Arrivals S. L. Baill, Morgan, car
load hogs; D. V. Owen. Rigby. Ida.,
two carloads, hogs; Owen andMason,
Rigby. Ida., two carloads hogs; Ogden
Packing company. South Omaha, six
carloads hogs; M. R. Hampton. Southi
Omaha, one carload hogs; FerrI Son
Twin Falls, Ida., one carload horses;
I). R. Agnews, Collinga, Cal., six car
CHICAGO,. April 20. The leading
futures read as follows:
Open High Low Close
May $1.71 1.73 1.70 1.73
July 1.62 1.66 162 l.Gnvi
Se.pt. 1.56 1.59 1.56 1.59
May -979't .99 .97 .99i4
July . S9 .90 '.8S .39
May .... 37.25 . 36.60 36.60
July 3S.05 37.10 37,30
May. 19,85- 20.15 19.75 19.80
July 20.60 20.95 20.50 1 20.55
May 18.30 18.45 18.00 18.02
July 19.05 19.22 18.80 18.82
CHICAGO CASH PRICES.
CHICAGO, April 26. Wheat No. 2,
northern spring, $3.05.
Corn No. 3 mixed, $ 1.71 1.71
No. 2 yellow, $l.751.7S.
Oats No. 2 white, ?1.0S; No, 3
Rye No. 2, $1.1G2.17.
Barley $1.55 1.7S.
Timothy seed $5.0011.60.
, Clover seed $35.00 45.00.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
KANSAS CITY, April 26. Hogs
Receipts, 6,000; market slow, but 25
to 50c higher. Top, $14.50; bulk lights
and mediums, $14.40; bulk heavies,1
Cattlo rRcccipts, GOO. Native beef
stoers, steady: top, $12.25; bulk, $11.00
12.00; southern steers, strong; bulk.
$10.0010.50; ten) yearlings, $13.50;
bulk, $12.0013.00; fat beef sne
stock scarce and steady; stockers
Sheep Receipts, 6,500; market
slow. Fat lambs strong; best wool
lambs, $20.25; bulk. $ 10.75 20.25; fat
Texas goats,' $7.90.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 26. Flour
Bran $51.00. .
You nced it everybody needs it
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea this
Spring. Without fall try this famous
Spring Cleanser fiz-ik. A. R. Mclntyre
Drug Co. Advertisement.
Everything Pertaining to Far
go Company in Good Con
dition, He Declares
. Ben HunsaUer has just returned
from Casper, "Wyoming, where he has
spent tho last week and found every
thing pertaining to the Fargo Oil
company In good condition, except for
the bad blizzard that has been raging
there for several days which has
made it impossible toget out to the
Poison Spider field. On account q
the heavy snow and the bad drifts
the roads will be practically impassa
ble for the next week or ten days.
The deal with the Now York Oil
company on the pipeline proposition
lis still pending, owing to tho fact that
the president of that company was
called east on short notice. The New
York Oil company is going ahead
with the building of tho pipoline.
It .has practically all of the material
In Casper and on the ground with
about nine miles of the pipe strung
out. This line Is being built with a
sufficient capacity to carry all of the
pras produced from the wells of the
New York Oil company and tho Fargo
Oil company and it should be com
pleted In tho next fw months
Rumor Is Denied.
There has been a rumor that the
Fargo Oil company sold out to tho
Midwest Refining company, but this
13 not true. They have, however, sold
their entire output of gas to the Mid
west Refining company for fuel pur
poses. One of the big companies is
also trying to deal with the Fargo Oil
company on building an absorption
plant to extract the gasoline from the
gas. They have already made a very
good proposition which will very like
ly be accepted by the Fargo Oil com
pany Just as soon as the wells can be
tested to ascertain how much gaso
line tho gas contains.
It has been announced In the Cas
per papers that the Midwest Refin
ing company will build an oil pipe
line this summer from the refineries
at Casper to the Bolton field, which
is nearby the Fargo property. This
assures the Fargo Oil company of a
pipeline to carry the oil before the
end of the year.
Leases -100 Acres.
The Fargo Oil company has leased
about four hundred (400) acres of
Its outside holdings to the Racine
Wyoming Oil company of "Wisconsin
on a one-eighth royalty basis and a
substantial bonus. According to the
contract, they must complete a well
on this land by August 1. They have
all the material on the ground and
arc building a camp and setting up
a standard rig. They will start drill
ing just as soon as the roads will
permit travel to and from the field.
Mr. Hunsaker states that he has
reason to helievc the Fargo Oil com
pany will have its entire production
ofs gas and oil on the market before
the present year is ended.
' CHICAGO GRAIN.
CHICAGO. April 26. All grain ran
up rapidly in price today on account
of a ten cent bulge in the rye market.
Indications that a huge export busi
ness had been done" of late in rye and
wheat were largely responsible for the
spectacular action of rye. Wet, cold
weather certain to interfere with farm
work at a critical time counted also
as a bullish factor and led to buying
on a large scale. Opening prices,
which ranged from to 4c higher
for corn, with May $1.71 and July 51.62
to 1.65, wero followed by additional
gains before any iwaction took place
Oats displayed independent strength
nsn result of reports that because of
excessive moisture and unseasonable
low temperatures much re-seeding
would bo necessary. After opening 1
to 2c higher, including July at 89
to S9c the market continued firm.
Upturns in ,the value of hogs and
grain lifted provisions. Demand, how
ever, lacked volume.
CHICAGO, April 26. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts
11,000. Beef and butcher cattle strong
to 25c higher; bull? of steers $11.00
11.25: most cows $8.0010.50; bulls i
and canners strong; vealors $1.00 un
der Friday, bulk around $13.00; feed
Hogs Receipts 34,000; market slow;
25 to 50c higher; early top $15.50;
bulk $13.75'515.40; pigs 25c higher;
bulls desirable lots $14.0015.00.
Sheep Receipts 16,00; market
slow, uneven, tendency lower; handy
weight wooled lambs $20.50; prime
wooled one to three-year-old wethers
OMAHA. April 26. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Hogs Receipts!
10,000; market generally 25c higher;
top $14.85: bulk $13.75 14.50.
Cattle Receipts 5,500; beef and
butcher stock strong to 25c higher;
best steers $12.50; bulk of BteerB
$11.00 0U2.OO; bulk of cows and heifers
$7.00(?,9 50; veal, canners, cutters,
stockers and feeders steady.
Sheep Receipts 6,000; bids on
lambs unevenly 25 50c lower; very
little sold. Sheep and feeders steady.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST
American Beet Sugar 96
American Can 4 2 'I
American Car fc Foundry 136
lAmerlcan Hide Leather pfd. . . .10S
I American Locomotive 97
'American Smelting & Ref'g 62
American Sugar 133
lAmerlcan Sumatra Tobacco ... . 90
(American T. & T -98
Anaconda Copper 58
ML Gulf &. W. Indies 153
Baldwin Locomotive 117
Bethlehem Steel "B" 91
Canadian Pacific 117
.'Central Leather 78
Chesapeake & Ohio ". 54
Chicago Mil. and St. Paul- 35
Chicago R. I. & Pac 32
.Chino Cop.per 33
; Colorado Fuel &. Iron 36
.Corn Products 102
Crucible Steel ...237
,Cuba Cano Sugar ... 54
(General Electric 151
General Motors 31.7
Goodrich Co 57
Great Northern pfd.. .'. 76
; Great Northern Ore Ctfs 36
j Illinois Central S6
Inspiration Copper 54
I InL Mer. Marine pfd 87
1 International Paper 76
Kennecott Copper 76
Louisville fc Nashvillo 102
Maxwell Motors 29'
Mexican Petroleum ...172
Miami Copper 23 J
Midvale Steel 44'
Missouri Pacific 25
New York Central 72
N. Y., N. H., & Hartford 30
Norfolk & Western 92
.Northern Pacific 77
Ohio Cities Gas 39
I People's Gas 35
Pittsburg and West Va 33
I Ray Con8&lidatcd Copper 1SU
(Reading . 92
1 Sinclair Oil & Refining 35i
I Southern Pacific 97
Southern Railway . 21
Stiifjebakor Corp 112
Tennessee Copper ... n
Texas Co 45
Tobacco Products G6
Union Pacific 119
United Cigar Stores . : '.125
U. U. Ind. Alcohol 90
United States Rubber ... ..; ...102
United States Steel ... .- 9S
Utah Copper. .'. 21
Westinghouse Electric .. 50
American Zinc, Lead and Sm"."!! 16 I
Butte and Superior 24'
Cala. Petroleum 32 I
Montana Power flgyi
Shattuck Arizona 10
l American Inter. Corp 92
Royal Dutch 11 1
Texas & Pac . . 33
Standard pfd 106
NEW YORK. April 26. Bar silvpr.
51. OS; Mexican dollars, S9Jc
I MONKY MARKET.
NEW YORK, April 2C. Mercantile
paper, 67 per cent.
Exchange weak; 60-day bills, $3.78;
commercial 60-day bills on banks,
j $3.78; . commercial 60, day bills,
$3.77; demand, $3.82; cables,
Francs: Demand, 17,00; cables,
10. OS. y
Belgian francs; Demand, 1G.D2;
J cables, $15.00.
i Guilders: Demand, .3 6 U ; cables,
j Lire: Demand, 22.07; cables, 22.05.
j Marks: Demand, l.GU; cables,
Government bonds Irregular; rall
J road bonds easy.
Time loans atrong; 60 days, 90 days
f and 6 months, 8 per cent.
Call money, steady; high, 7 per
cent; low, 7 per cent; ruling rate, 7
; per cent; closing bid, 7 per cent; of
fored at -7 per,, cent; bank acceptances,
C per cent.
ADVANCE SUGAR PRICE J
NEW YORK, April 26. Tho Ameri
can sugar refining company an-1
nounced today It had advanced tho!
price for bulk granulated sugar from
17 1-2 cents a pound to IS 1-2 cents,
wholesale. Prices for sugar now vary
from 17 1 2 to 23 1-2 cents a pound
among the leading refiners.
j Since last December the price or
Cuban raw sugar has advanced from
10 cents, cost and freight, to IS 1-2
NEW YORK. April 26. Final
prices on Liberty bonds today were;
3's, 93.12; first 4's, 85.70; second 4's,
R5.60; fjlrst -IW's, S6.40; second 4 14's,
85. S8; third -JVi's. 90.34; fourth 4Vi's.
85.90; Vjctory 3i's, 96.52; Victory
4 vi's, 96.50.
NEW YORK SUGAR.
NEW YORK, April 26. Raw sugar,
firm; centrifugal, $19.68; refined,
firm, unchanged to 1 cent higher; fine
granulated, $17-50 023.00.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
CHICGO, April 26 Butter weak;
Eggs steady; receipts 36,000 cases;
firsts 4142; ordinary firsts 38
39; at mark, cdses Included, 3941.
Poultry alive',' unchanged; springs 35
CHICAGO, April 26. Potatoes firm;
northern white sacked and bulk $7.25
7.50; new Florida Spaulding Rose,
Barrels, No. 1, $25.00; No. 2, $22.00.
LONDON, April 26. Bar silver
69d per ounce. Money 4 per cent.
Discount rates short bills 5 per cent.
Three months bills 6 per cent.
NEW YORK. April 26. Coffee
Rio No. 7, lS'c; futures steady; May,
$14.30; July,' $14.75.
. LEGAL NOTICES
ANNUAL TAX SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH Sccttion C0S6. Com
piled Laws of Utah. 1917, that Weber County. Utah, by and through Its Board of
County Commissioners, will, on Monday, May 17th. 1920. at 12 o'clock noon at
the front door of tho Court Mouse. In Ogden City. Weber County. Utah, jffer for
sale In separate parcels for cash, all of the real estate horcinatter described, to
gether with other real estate held by Weber County under Tax Deed, and at such
sale the County Clerk of Weber County. Utah, will Issue and deliver to the pur
chaser all of the title of the State or Utah, County of Weber. City of Ogden, or
any town or school or other taxlnc district interested in the real estate so sold
excepting however, any Intorcst held by Ocdcn City, under tax sale made to Opden
City up to and including sales for delinquent taxes for 1894.
No bid will be accepted for less than all taxes, costs and Interest to dale of
sale 'herein' referred to".
MARTIN P. BROWN.
I), H. ENSIGN,
J. M. CHILD.
Board of County CommisEioners of Weber County, Utah
WALTER N. FARR,
County Clerk of Weber County. Utah.
Dated April 5. 1D20. .
Firut publication on April 17th, 1920.
Last publication on May 16th, 1920.
LIST OF PROPERTY UNDER TAX DEED TO WEBER COUNTY TO BE OF
FERED FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION A3 ABOVE STATED.
Part of Lot 1. Block 9, Plat "A," being the West 2.5 feet of Lot 1, Block 0. Blat
"A. Osden City Survey,
Part of Lot 5. Block 10. Plat "A." Being thn North 117 feet of the South 202 feot
of Lot 5 Block 10. Plat "A." Ogden City Survey.
Part of lxt 5. Block 10. Plat "A." Beinp the South 41.25 feet of the North So feet
of Lot 5. Block 10. Plat "A." Ogden City Survey.
Part or Lot 3, Block 13. Pint "A." Begrinninfr 120 feet North from the Southeast
corner of Lot 2, Block 13, Plat "A," Ogden City Survey; thence West 37
I reel, North 20 feet, West 50.5 feet, North 1 feet, East S7.5 feet, South 2t
feet to the place of beginning. Tho taxes herein include personal taxes In
Book "E." page, S5. Lines 19 and 21. 1910 sale.
Part of Lota S and 9. Block 1G, Plat ' A." Beginning 16.5 feet East tiul 16.3 reel
South from the Northwest corner of Lot S, Block 1G, Plat "A." Ogden chy
Survey: thence East 19S feel. South 16. 5 feet to the place of bes-innlnc.
Part of lot 4, Block 32, Plat "A." Bofrinnini; 1G5 feot East from the Northwest
comer of Lot i, Block 32. Plat "A,'' Ofrdun City Survey; thence East 36.5
feel, South 12 feet, West 136.5 feet. North 12 feet to the place of beginning1.
Part or Lot 7. Block 45. Plat '"A." Beins tho West 16.5 feet of Lot 7, Block 45,
Plat "A." Ocden City Survey.
Part of Lot 2. Blo"clc 55, Plat "A." Beinp the East 2.9 feet of the West 132 feet of
Lot 2. Block 65, Plat "A," Ogden City Survey.
Part of Lot 2. Block 16. Plat "B." Belnc tho West it of the East t of the South
it of Lot 2. Block 16. Plat "B." Ogden City Survey.
; Part or Lot 2, Block 16. Plat "B." Being tho East 33 feet of tho South Vi of Lot
' 2. Block IG. Plat "B." Ocden City Survey.
Part or of Lots 3 and 1. Block 16. Plat "C." Beginning 165 feet North and 33 feet
East from the Southwest corner Lot 3, Block 16. Plat "C," Ogden City Sur-
vey; thence North 14.6 feet, West 157 feet. South 14.6 feet, East 157 feet to
tho place of beginning-.
Part or Lots 4 and 7. Block IG. Plat "C."' Bccinnlnp 1G5 feet North and S feet
East rroni the Southwest corner of Lot 4. Block IG. Plat "C," Ogden City Sur
vey; thence North 341.3 reet. East 17 feot. South 341.3 feet. West 17 feet to the
place of beginning.
Part of Lots 6. 7 and S. Block 16. Plat "C." Beginning 125 feet South from the
Northwest corner o'. Lot 6. Block 16, Plat "C," Ogden City Survey: thendc
I South 14. G rcct, East 297 feet. North 14.G feet. West 297- feet to the place of
Part of Lots 7 and S. Block 2-1. Plat "C." Beginning 150 feet West from the South
east corner of Lot S. Block 24. Plat "C," Ogdch City Survey, whence North
25 feet. West Ul rcct. South 25 feet. East 114 reet to the place or beginning
Part or Lot 50. Block 31. Plat "C." Being tho North 1G5 feet of the Eaut 1- of
Lot 10. Block 31. Plat "C." Ogdon City Survey.
Part or Lot 5. Block 39. Plat "C." Being the North 41 reet or the Eat 14S.5 feet
of tho W'c3l 2P7 feet or Lot 5. Block 30. Plat "C." Ogden City Survey.
Part or Lot 7 Block 39. Plat "C." Being the West 40 feet of Lot 7, Block 33,
Plat "C. " Ogden City Survey.
Part or Lot 9. Block IS. Plat "C." Boln the West 43 root or tho East ISO ret of
I the North J15 5 reet ot Jxt 9. Block 48. Plat "C." Ofc-'len City Survey.
Part or l.ot 11, Block 66. Plat "C." Beriimlng at tho Southwest comer or Lot 11.
Block fiC. Plat "C." Ogden City Survey, thenco South GG reot. East S2.5 feet,
North 36 degrees East 82 0 feet, West to tho placo of beginning.
Part of Lot 2. Block 71. Plat "C Being tho North 2 reet of the South 3G feot
of the West 125 reet or Lot 2, Block 71. Plat "C." Ogden City Survey.
Part of Lot 13, Block 1, Plat 5AA. Being the East 330 feet or the North of Lot
13, Block 1. Five Acre Plat "A." or Ogden City Survey,
Part or Lot 11. Block 4. Plat S. O ,S. Being tho West 9.5 foet of the North 24.S5
feet or I.ot 11. Block 4. South Ogden Survey, or Ogden City Survey.
Part or Lot J2. Block 4, Plat S. O. S. Beginning 32 reet South irom the intersec
tion or the South lino or Lot 11, and the West lino or Adams Avenue; thoncs
West 140 "feet, South 4.5 feet. East 140 feet. North 4.5 fect to the place of
beginUru;. Lot 12. Block 4. South Ogden Survey. Ogdon City Survey
Lots S and 10, Block 10, S. O. S, Beginning 356.C fect West from tho Northeast cor--ner'of
Lot S, Block 10; thence South 59 fect. West 90 feet. North 59 fact. East
LEGAL NOTICES w jlB
,.. 59 cot t0 Place of beginning, In South Ogden Survey. Ogden CIv Survey. i MM
iart of Lot II, Block 10. Plat S. O. S. Beginning 3.6 feat West from tho inter- MM
section of the Northwest corner of Lot 11. Block 10, South Ogxlon Survey, of mm
Ugdpn City Survey, and tho Enstllne of Lincoln Avenucr thence East 3.(1 feet, ' MM
iNorth 13S.1S feet, West 18 reet, South 4 degrees East to tho placo of begtfn- 1 Mt
nlng. . MM
Lot .13, Block 10, S, O. S., part of the lot. Being tho East 50 feet of tho South 20.3 MM
t , ct ?fot. 13 Blck 10, South Ogden Survey, Ogden City Survey. H
ri8.k?.nd2' JJIock Brunimltt'B Addition.
rVi Brumrnltfs Addition to Ogden City, Utah. H
H. D.-J o Brummittfs Addition to Ogden Olty, Utah.
Utah St 5 rCL f JU)t 6' Block 3' CentraI park Addition to Ogden City. $
Being all or Lot 11 and the South 11 feet of Lot 12, block 5, Central Park Annex !
t0r Eden City, Utah.
T f1" P t0 Block 2, City Park Addition. r '
r Tol,fl 2? 10 BlocK. 2. Colorado Place Addition to Ogden City. Utah.
k US s ? aml C 13lock z' Cropaey's Addition to Ogden City. Utah.
l ntiSr , l3,c V?, B,ock 16- Cloverdalo Audition. KancaVlIlo School District.
PMifL 11 KS'r Block 17. Cloverdale Addition, Kaneavillc School District.
gfii.? )-.e3lL sa-32 Jco1 r J-ts 1 10 5 Block 4. East Park Addition to Ogden
. 'tJi Utah. 1 'Mm
r !!K k?1 JBIock East P;"k Addition to Ogden City, Utah.
ucing the East 76.80 feet of Lots 1 and 2, Block 5, East Park Addition to Ogden H
City, Utah. -Mm
Being ' the East 76.86 f$et or Lot 9, to 14, Block 5, East Park Addition to Ogden ! H
Llty, utab. Mm
u US J,,e. E.',al 117-0G fcct 0( Lot "J" East Park Addition to Ogden City, Utah !
h? EE 1.3 o? 10 ' I3Iock 1S- Eairmount Park Addition to Ogdi-n City. u an
n , .ts rl and Block 13, Florence Park Addition to Ogden City.
Htar2' i 5i- BIock 6 Eranklln Place Addition to Ogden City. 1 MM
S1, T 5?' Block 9 Franklin Placo Addition to Ogden City, Utah.
un IIS iaA to 3. Block 1, Horriman's Addition to Ogden City, Utah ' MM
u ,u h Block 17, Lakcvicw Addition, Burch Creek School District. fUMl
ucinp the bouth 17.5 fect of Lot 12, Block 26, Lakevlew Addition, Burch Creek ' . ? MM
ocnoot District. 'V jj Mm
! Be m- tn1iiln,d BI,ock, 2C- Lakevlew Addition. Burch Creek School District.
! Vurc ""creSl ? School' Dftl?3' " l 0Ck QkcvIow Addition.
I BC,n Vurcn" ln 36 l 33' B,ock 39' kevW Addition,
Bninf Jiflflv3 .1 iAl B.lock I0' Review Addition. Burch Creek School District
ffto nnrl,f.re ?f th0 South 12 rcet 01 8' Block Lakevlew Addition
r 1 r uKoon ity, Utah. mt
HMn VV -7.1 am lock f 6' fakcv,e Addltlon. Burch Creek School District.
.l r.n' ,B,loc;k ,7' Lakevlew Addition. Burch Creek School District
Being Lot 27, Block 2. Madison Square Addition ,to Ogden. Utah
McOary Estate. Beginning 923.S9 leet West and 6.20 leot South from the North- I
et corner of Sec 20 Twp. 6 North. Range 1 West. Salt Lalco Meridian U.
thencc ,SSuLh 10 reot Wej,t 216-e fct. X"h 16 East: 216 15
feet, to the placo of beginning.
Rn nS i V13"11, V'v?lock h Mountain View Addition to Ogden City, Utah
Bo ng Lot 32. Block 1, Mountain Mew Addition to Ogden City
Being Lots 39 and 40. Block 2, Mountain View Addition to On'den City Utah
Being Lot IS. Block 9. Mountain View Addition to Ogden City, Utah '
Be ng the East 16 fcct of Lot 7, Block 16. Nob HVI Audition to Ogden City
"e "f VVV and 2, Block 33. Nob Hill Addition to.Ogdei C ty, Utah? I;
Be ng Lot 2, Block 51. Nob Hill Annex to Ogtien City. Utah. f
Hn n Vt3ib ad ?' B,0.k. 76J, Nob .HUl AddltTon to Ogden City. Utah. I
h n ff,1 B.l0Cik 3. Otto Bergcr's Addition, North Ogden School District 1
g 2,o,Bl0CHk ti 9f.t0 ,Beorer 3 Addition, North Oguen School Dls rlct? I
Be Kg Lot! A h i' S ' b3rvtory ZH Addition. Wilson School District, ,
ucmg Lots 41 and 42, Block 1, Park Placo "A," Subd vision of Lot3 4 and fi onA I
Sty SuSey oMLfc 3, Block 67. and all of Block 6, Plat C" Og5e
Being Lota 1 to 4, Block 2, Frospcc tHcights Addition. i
Be ng Lots 41 to 44. Block 4. Prospect Heights Addition t ,
Be ng Lot 2, Block 2. Rlvervlew Addition to Ogden City Utah PV '
h TJZhhnBl0Ce-A' Overside Annex Addition to Ogden City, Utah. -
h?tSiJQ .an,d 2 B'Jock 4. Hushton Addition to Ogden City, Utah. 1
gCl?y. Utah h 40 and aU 0t LOt 41' Bl0Ck 4. cushion Addftfen to Ogden I
BClDE:AdhdiionC3to Ogden CUy B'Ck ?' U f LOt 52' B,0Ck 7' Rushtcn-"
BelnthNorth 2U.9 feet of Lot 28. Block 3, South Park Addition to Ogden City. "SjJV
Being Lots IS and 19, Block 2, Stephens First Addition to Ogden City UL-ih ' 1
gdcnSClty. UtX Ll 2 a" 0t LOt 11 B1Ck raSb5ubSS.lon.
Being Lots 13 and 14, Block 1. Woodmansce'a Addition to Ogden City Utah
o-HS1-7 2 Bltck h Woodmanaoo's Addition to Ogden City. Utah
hnmn?to & BIck,2-,Woodnian8cca Addition to Ogden City. Utah
Affiftlirto Oentufah3 1 a"d ' B1Ck &' Woodmanaee'i Main Street I .
Beginning 432.13 feet South and 3J0 feot East from tho intersection of tho East , 1
lnw2lS&lIiCl8n V'ePc an,d, tlie I5onh llDtt of Scc' . Twp: 6? North pJ?t-o
1 rest. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; tbence North oti.5 feet East "lis
loet. aoutli 56.5 reet. West 33.3 feet to place of beginning '
Beginning on the West line of Grant Avenue 294 feet South rfom tho North Una
,.raec- 1?wp-.6 N- 1anffc 1 Wost- SaIt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survov- tiiencl
bouth 6 leet. West 1JS7 icet. North 6 feet. East 1S7 feet to the place of " &nninc
Beirmning 21.45 chs. East rfnd 6.005 chs. North from tho Southwest coraer 5r The 1
Korihwest li of See. 9. Twp. 5, North, Range 1 West Salt Lako Meridian i
b. S. ssun-oy; thencc North 70 leet. East 10L I fcct, Southwest to a nolnt i?s I 1
tt-ct Eusl irom the point ot beginning. West to tho place of beginning "
Beginning at iho Southwest corner ot Block 33. South Ogden Plat "iA." thencB ' '
bes.nning. 'Cet' 1 1Cel North 570 lcet' West ld7 rcct to tn ico of
Beginning lo.ii chs. South from the Northeast corner of tho Southeast K of Sec
15. l'wp. o North, Range 3 rcst. Suit Lake .Meridian U. S Survey; thenco :
ginning1 1CCl 1 lL" 0 Baat 11 ICCt' North 10 cnt5' t0 0,0 P'uce of bo-
Being- all 01 ' the Northeast hi of Sec. 3. Twp. 6 North. Range 1 West, Salt Lake
Mcriuian, L. a. survey. -aKs
1 Ian u. s survey 1onn' "anee 1 west. Salt Lake Merid- 1
Being ah of the East of the Northwest U of Section 3. Twp. 6 North Ranca I ''
1 West. Salt Lake Meridian, U. S. Survey. ortn. Kange
lieb-ihnlng at the Southeast corner of the Northeast U Sec. 4, Twp. C North Ranr 1 J
1 eat. salt LaKe Meridian. U. S. Sun-ey; thenco North 5 chs . West li! 1 i
chs aouin 13 iao.. est 13 rds.. North 13 rds.. est to center or the County 1 1
roau. southwesterly uionc the load to a point 5.61 chs. West of bWinmng tfKj
East 0.0 1 clia. 10 tnc piatu ot beginning. ucfainiung, -rw
Beginnin 421.14 leet West and leet south frcm the intersection of the South . . ""
ine 01 Second Street and West lino 01 Washington Avenue, in Ogden Cltv r w
Utah; thence South 06 icet. West -ll.ss leet. Norm 66 leet: East 21186 fee; j
to the place 01 beginning. -n.oo icet
Beginning 146.6 icet sJiiin 110m the Northeast corner of Sec. 30. Two 6 N"Yrtli 1
Itango 1 West, bait Lake Mendltion. U. S. Survey, thence West S2 S7 feoL H
' South' 60 leet. East 13 leet. North uu feet. West to thb place of betrfnnir.c? fi
Beginning S2.J leet vtst irom the Northeast corner or Sec. j0. Twp 6 North P ml.- .
1 West. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; thence South 261 5 feet k-.mT I
S2.S7 leet. South 399 teet. West 107.6S luet, North GOO feet, East IMS feet to I
the placo of beginning. l 10 I
Also beginning 660 leet south from the Northeast corner of Sec 30 Tn-n
C North, Jtiango 1 Wost, bait Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey, thenco South -i? R
degrees 57 minutes West to tho C. P. right-of-way. East to East lino of s-ilri f'
section, North to place of beginning. 5am 1 j
Beginning 9.24 chs. West. 12.72 chs. North from the Southeast comer of the Kr.rfii
west i.i. Sec. 0. Twp. 5 North, Range 1 West. Salt Lake Meridian U s s.Vr" ! i
vey; thencc South 20I.0 leet. West 163 icet, North 2&1.5 icet. i&fst lsi foo'
to tho place of beginning. ' asi " J rco- ' j '
Beginning1 at the Northeast corner ot tho Southwest & Sec. 2S, Twn 5 North p,, r r
1 West. Salt Lake Meridian u. S. Survey; thence West 11.S5 chs ioWphS -1 '
river, southeasterly along the rivet to the Last lino of saiu Sec' N'or'h 7,.
uegnintn. " 10 , Ji
Bcgininm; 011 Uie South line of Seventh street. ISO feet West from the Wmi 11 ' J i
or Waahlngton Avenue. Ogden City, Utah, thence South Mb s teet Ve s, I i ,J
itet. Aurui 146-S leet. Eunt 64 leet, to the beginning All in See' 17 'r,...
6 North. Kange 1 esl. suit Iike .Meridian U. S. Survey. p ' !
Beginning 1M teet East and 330 icet North irom the Southwest corner of ?p on ' f "i
Twp. u North, Kungv l West. Salt LuKe Merlaian. U. S. Survey, thenco vVVh i !,
66 icet. West liz icet. South 00 feet. East 132 icet to beginning 1or-tn -
Beginning at the intersection 01 the South line of 32nd street, and the ''.Vut r ' n
Stc. 33. twp. 0 Norm, itauge 1 weal, salt uake .Meridian, u" S Vnr :
' henc-u south ioa.2j. t:.isl rj. 1 feci, North lb5,i' xeei, west ''0 .1' r,,Ut ,. .3 '
1 p,wce Oi beginning. " ' y-Ll 10 hu :
on said lino 73 steps. South 197 steps 10 Cedar Slake on bank of sji,i i, t
, uich, souuiwestei ly on bunli of said drain ditcli 100 steps, lo beirmniTr.. 8 1 ,
part ot the East V- ot the Southeast '.i Sec. 7. Twp. North itlnll-i ? u?ms 1
Salt Lako Merdlian. U. S. Survey. Ktx West. . '
Beginning at a certain Cedar Stake on the bank of drain ditch, belnc thn ;..tu
west corner ot said tract of land; thence North 263 steps to i tier in, i.1"" .- f !
2.83 chs., North J5 degreos Last ,1 chs.. North 1.52 chs North ivr81
East 1.5 chs. North 3u degrees 30 minutes. East 1.1-5 chains Norlimw" ""-a
and Southerly along the river to a point North 11 degrees 3u nilm.t,.- 7 T 1
irom the beginning. South 11 degrees U0 minutes East to beginning '
Beginning 1S.62 ens. est and 2.6 chs. North Irom the Southcait cormVr n .1 '
Southwest U of Sec. 24. Twp. C North, Kange 2 West, thence East" r?,' ,lJlw
North 5 degrees 30 minutes East 5.SS chs. North 13 degrees 30 li-minT.c i- I 1
Beginning ll6o.6! feet East and S chs. South riom the Northwest cornoV ."1 - '
Southwest U Sec. 21 Tv. 6 North, Range 2 West. Salt Luke Merldlnn t- o 1
Survey; thence North 33U feet. East 49U leet, more or less, Soutl 1 ,i 1
East 4.39 chs., South 79 degrees 30 minutes AVest 9 chs.. South V dV ,?'CL"' 1
30 minutes. West 1 ch.. South 11 degrees West 5 t-lxs.. South 36 liecvoZ i?"
3.63 chs.. South ID degrees West l.H chs., Westerly and Southerly to rZHl -on
tho river South 01 beginning. North to beginning. 1 01111
Beginning SO rds. North and 34 rds. East, from the Southwest corner of ihn v.n,
east Vl Sec. 2S. Twp. 7 North, Itango 1 West. Salt Lake Meridian u ? y.A1"
voy; thencc Soutli 40 ids.. East 60 rods., South 2S rds.. East 13 5 ni'i v, 1" i
23 rds.. West 5.5 rds.. North 45 rds-. West 14 ids., to tho beginning clrU
Beginning at the Southwest corner of tho Northwest u of Sec. 30, Two 7 Vn-ii,
Range 1 West, Salt Lake Mcridiun. U. S. Survey; thencc East 1.22 chs vVTii
IS degrees 30 minutes East C.1S chs.. North 6S degrees 45 minutes v'pt 1 ,,
chs.. North 17 degrees 30 minutes. East 7.6S chs.. North 17 degrees ,iVT
utea Wost 2.25 chs.. South IS degrees 13 minutes. et 9 chs to thn ? T
lino ct said aectlon. South to beginning. " 0 " csl
Beginning S.5 chs. North from tho Southwest corner or the Northwest U of
30, Twp. 7 North. Kniige 1 West. Salt Lako Meridian. U. S. Survey- ihi
North IS degrees 30 minutes. East 9 chs., North CS dogrces 45 minutes vq?
L!5 feet. South IS degrees 30 minutes. West to he West line of said soAinf, !
South to beginning-. l'lon'
Beginning 12.25 chs. South from the Northeast corner of the Southwest '1 or
IS, Twp. G North, Range 2 East, Salt Lake Meridian U. S. Survey ihm,- I
South 07 degrees 30 minutes West 6.3S chs., Soutli "3 degrees 15 minutes t'nVT
0.6 cha.. South S5 degrees 12 minutes East to a point South of beirlMn7M7." .
thence North to beginning. "innim,,
Beginning 52 rds. 11 fcct East from 'the Northwest corner of the Southwest v r 1
the Northwest li of Sec. 20. Twp. 7 Norh. Itange 1 East, Salt Lake MowJ?
iun, U. S. Survey; thence South 10 rds.. East 16 rds.. North 10 rds, Westi? w
rds. to the place of beginning. ' iJ
Being the Southeast J.4 or Sec. 13. Twp. 7 North, Rango 4 East, Salt I.ako MerM '
Ian, U. S. Survey. u" , 1
Belnp the East H of Lots 6 and 7. Block 22, Plat "A." Huntsvllle Survey
Being all of tho Northwest U. of Sec. 3, Twp. 6 North, .Pantre. 1 West. Salt Lnkn -
Meridian. U. S. Survey. ' h '!Xs-
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