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fl ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. S
I. Sugar Drops To 17
Sugar dropped to 17 cents a pound
in Ogden yesterday. Tho decrease of
11 cents was due to tho fact that
after being off the market for two
weeks tho Amalgamated Sugar com
pany had made an allottment of
2575 bags to local Jobbers at $13.73
per hundred pounds.
On May 11 The Utah-Idaho Sugar
company raised the wholesale price
of sugar from $13.73 to ?23.23, caus
lng the retailers to raise their price
HH " from 17 cents to 28 cents a pound.
Bl Tho Amalgamated Sugar company
BB5 refrained from entering the market
at the price and decided to with
WtM draw Its stock from the market.
r Situation Delicate
U) The position was exceedingly dell-
cate. officials of the company said.
boca'use If they entered the market
at the new price set by the Utah
Idaho people they would run the
risk of being prosecuted for profi
teering, while If they withdrew alto
' gother they would stand tho risk of
u. , being charged as hoarders,
fr. It has also been widely known In
this community that some individuals
Ctal have reaped large profits through
Kj ' buying sugar here in small quantities
K9 from the retailers and shipping it
E2 td eastern market for high prices,
ml It is said that a merchant here has
!l shipped $2o,uuu worm or sugar iu
tho Chicago market buying It at
prices ranging from $11.00 to $13.73
I and selling in Chfcn"-- ''om $18 to
$20 per hundred pounds. &iai
Will Folium -..,ar
I Acting under orders from Attorney
General Palmer, Floyd T. Jackson.
J5N chief of tho department of justice,
ife Salt Lake, will follow tho sale of
sugar coming from the Amalgamated
J company to tho consumer and an-
nounces his intention to prosecute
(jobbers or retail merchants who at
tempt to make unjust profits.
Laylon Company Accused
Mr. Jackson charged that the
Layton Sugar company has 27,000
bags of sugar which It is selling al 1
a base price of $22.75. No Invoices j
a.re being issued, he said, all of the
allotments being made with an
4 agreement that the company will
make a rebate in case tho price of
the product drops.
United States District Attorney
Isaac Blair Evans yesterday declared
that action would be taken -against ,
any wholesaler who makes a profit ,
of more than 1 cent or any retailer
whose profit exceeds 2 cents. Sugar
sold by the factory at a base price of
$22.75 should retail at not more than
2C 1-2 cents, he said. Sugar bought
from the companies at less should
be correspondingly lower.
Reports have reached this city
from Pocatello, Ida., that Western
sugar Is being shipped by express
through that point to Kansas, Mo.
One shipment of 150 sacks was billed
as from George Osgood of Idaho
Falls and consigned to tho same
name, Kansas CKy. Tho' value was
marked at $4500 and the express
charges amounted to $5 a sack.
It is the opinion in Pocatello
that a good deal of sugar has been
bought from the. Utah wholcsalo
houses and then shipped east from
that point to higher markets.
Attend Logan Session
The Women's Presbyterial Society
of the Presbyterian church of Ogden,
mot at Logan yesterday and after the-i
morning session, were the guests of
Mrs. II. R. McGce, for luncheon.
Visiting delegates, were Mrs. A. G.
Frank of Kaysville, Mrs J. E.
Carver, Mrs. Fred Carr, Mrs. H. C
King, Mrs. Editli Gibson, Mrs. Foster
Blackington and Mrs. John A. Moffat,
of Ogden, and Mrs. C. E. Fowler of
r twj .l jnri irui nu-ui nihil iiinmao
p UNCLE SAM MAKES REAU
P ' MEN AND 'GOOD FELLOWS'
r I ,
m The U. S. Marine Corps Turns Out "Two
m ' Fisted" Chaps Who Can Use Their
MB Heads; Gives Plenty of Travel, Adven-
jjfc ture an Excitement.
Corporal, what are your ribbons
Tell me what each of 'em means.
One I got In tho Spanish "War,
And' one in tho Philippines.
One I got In the Boxor brush
For makln' Ihe Chlnk3 be good,
I . And ono for helpln to block tho
In bloody old Belleau Wood.
Corpora, If I Bhould Join your
O what would It do for me?
You'd learn "to range this wldo
By sky and by earth and sea
To be at home In lcinds that llo
Where tho East and West
To front tho best man, oyo to eyo,
And stand on your own two feet
O Corporal, tell mo, straight, whit
Of a. man tho Marino Corps
The sort of chap you'ro glad to find
At your side when a rough houso
The 3ort of a chap who can crack
& ; n Joko
F'' ' L "" lau8h when tho sky looks
jr' Tlst- black,
-mr': lclnd who'll share his last lone
'PTT-Jf- Or elve you tho shirt oft his
HhBBU' avo you ever en . Marino
, Bwinfflner by, and mrld hlra his
J carefree air. tho brdth of the
r 'W 1 " shoulders and tho depth of tho
... f chest under his woll-flttlnc unl-
1 form? 2s It any wonder tho glrlo
j have a soft spot In tholr hearts
or theso "aoldierB of tho sea"?
' That Marino didn't just happen
to be the husky lad ho Is. Ho is
. merely a walking example of
i what tho Marino 'Corps can do for
tho ordinarily healthy man. May
be when ho camo into tho service
ho was a little stoop shouldered,
1 didn't havo much "pep." Maybo
L he wa3 working at a Job ho didn't
caro for, didn't havo anybody to
1 "pal around with." v.
Tho Marino Corps Is a body of
men, carofully trained to uso both
hands, both foot and tholr heads.
Thoy are the sort of men who can
1 take Vora Cruz or form a guard of
honor for tho Prince of Wales, and
do both Jobs shipshape. They are
blood brothers to tho French For
1 clgn Legion, tho Pennsylvania
1 Stato Constabulary, the Canadian
r: Mounted Police naA tho Texas
m"' Hangers. They ar princes of good
fellows, and they're wildcats when
DICE 1ST II
Manager Goss of the Berthana an
nounces the usual Saturday night
dance at the beautiful Berthana hall i
tonight, witli tho full Lillian Thatcher
orchestra and some new dance num
bers that are very popular in the east.
Dances will continue every Saturday
at the Berthana until Decoration day.
No man does hi3 best work un
less he likes his Job. And no man
can do good work without plenty
of recreation. It Is upon the3e
two principles that Marine Corps
training Is based.
Tho Marine must bo something
of a sailor and everything of a sol
dier. So ho is always learning
something new and lntcnsoly In
teresting. In addition to taking
on quite a bit of seamanship, ho
learns to hike like an infantryman,
ride -like a cavalryman and handle
guns llko an artilleryman. He
knows something of wireless
telegraphy and mechanics.
In fact, when ho comes out of
the Marino Corps there aro all
sorts of big-paying civilian Jobs
that arc waiting for a man who
can do so many different kinds of
things and do them well.
To keep a man fit thero Is noth
ing like athletic sports, and all
Marlnc-3 aro encouraged to go In
for boxing, football, baseball and
swimming. Competent coaches and
trainers arc provided and ovory fa
cility for a man to Indulge In tho
form of sport that most appeals to
uoou fellowship or the Corps
A life of travel, advonturo and
outdoor work would naturally at
tract the man who has tho mak
ings of a "good" fellow" In him.
And nowhoro do you find moro
"good follows" than In the Marino
Corps. If over you have seen a
bunch of Marines In their oft
hours In barracks, or out for a
time In any of our largo cities, or
Bightscoing Jn foreign porlB. there
Is no need to tell you anything
about that side of a Marino's exist
ence. And as for his chances of fleeing
the world there is hardly a coun
try on earth where Marines aro
not stationod at present. They aro
in Haiti and tho Philippines. Thoy
are In London, Paris and In China.
No bJg warship sots Ball for for
eign ports without a detachment
of Marines aboard.
Any healthy young man vrho
would llko to lenrn n vrcll-nnylnj;
trade, and nt tho a rime time build
himself up phyolcally and nee the
world, should Investigates tho U. S.
Mnrlno Corps. Don't hesitate to
call nt tho Mnrlno Ttccrultinc Of
fice. Yon will not ho urged to en
Hut, but you WILL, he told TUB
TRUTH about the service. Send
U, S. Murine Corps Recruiting Office
2486 Washington Avenue
CLIMAX WALL PAPER
Regular size cans
J 3 for 35c 2 for 25c
I 1 for 15c
I Fresh Stock; Regular Size Cans, '.
I Our Lawn Hose Sale Is Still On. , .
J BETTER HURRY
I We sold out of the tennis shoes in just three hours.
The BIG Hardware Store
msmmx f MnM
Two Sleepers Added
to U. P. Train No. 22
Sleeping car accomodations botween
Ogden and St. Louis, Mo., have been
made effective Immediately on Union
Pacific train No. 22. leaving Ogden
at 6:40 p. m. according to information
received from depot offices. Two
sleepers will be added to the train.
The addition of the sleepers will
enable St. Louis passengers to travel
to St. Louis without tranfer, connec
tions with "Wabash lines having teen
aranged for at Kansas City.
II OGDEN IM
RIM & DEPOT CO.
Notice is hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of. the stock
holders of the Ogden Union Railway
& Depot Co. will be held at the office
of the company in the city of Ogden
on Tuesday, the 1st day o June', 1Q20,
at 10:00 a.m., for the purpose of elect
ing directors for the ensuing year,
HUGH NEILL, Secretary.
Straugler Lewis in
Ogden for Brief Stop
Ed (Strangler) Lewis was In Ogden
for a short time yesterday afternoon
whllo en route for San Francisco,
where he will engage In t series of mat
tussles. He was met at the station
by a number of Ogden wrestling cn
Lewis was en route to the coast
and remained In Ogden for nearly
half an hour.
NOTICE: FINDS OF
All Irish bonds, sold or unsold, will
pleased be returned to room 428 Da
vid Eccles building, on or before Tues
day, May IS, 1920. There will bo a
public meeting of the Friends of Irish
Freedom, date and place to be an
nounced no later than Monday, May
17, 1920, for the purpose of deciding
upon the futuro activities of tho or
ganization. Bonds must be returned
R. P. MORRISSEY.
O, W. Tripp, "The Photographer in
Your Town," has opened a ground
floor photo studio at his home, No.
432 Dlnford avenue, between Twenty
sixth and Twenty-seventh streets, Just
off Washington avenue.
Pre-war prices prevail. Sittings
made between the hours of 12:30 and
,p. m. Will also do kodak printing
and enlarging. Phone 1925-W. 1554
CARD OF THANKS
To our many kind friends who so
willingly extended their aid and sym
pathy during the illness and death of
our dear little boy, we wish to extend
our heart-felt thanks. God grant that
they be shown the same kindness in
their hour of trouble.
MR. AND MRS. ERNEST ADAMS.
The Utah Stato Board of Examiners
or Barbers will hold an examination
in H. L. White's barber shop, May 20,
COULD NOT STAND STRAIGHT
It doen not tako long, when tho kid
neys are out of order and not doing
their work properly, for poisonous
acids to accumulate In the system and
cause achoB and pains. D. C. Damond,
2S65 W. 30 St., Cleveland, O., writes:
"1 caught cold and it settled In my kid
neys. My back and sides were bo lame
and sore I could not stand straight. I
use Foley's Kidney Pills with good re
sults and am glad to testify to their
helping power." Sold everywhere
Hold Funeral for
; Mrs. Ened P. Malan
Funeral services for Ened Pearse
Malan, wife of Parley Q. Malan, were
conducted yesterday at tho Twelfth
ward chapel by Bishop's Counselor
H. A. Dixon and William Manning
sang a duet. A chorus from the kin
dergarten department of the Sunday
school sang. "I'm a Pilgrim" was sung
by H. A. Dixon; "Sometime We'll Un
derstand," Mrs. Lorene Snyder; "One
Sweetly Solemn Thought," ward choir.
Speakers were President O. D. Rom
ney, formerly of the New Zealand mis
sion; Dr. H. C. Holbrook of Salt Lake;
Glen Wright, Eishop T. B. Wheel
wright and Thomas A. Shreeve.
Pallbearers were former New Zeal
and missionaries: M. Charles Wood,
Glen Wright, Frank Foulger, O. D.
Romney, Bon Young and Bishop Wil
Airs. jiaian uiea Wednesday morn
ing following the birth of a son. She
was an active worker in the New
Zealand mission beforo coming to
Utah. After her marriage two years
ago she became active in the Twelfth
ward, taking part in the choir and
Sunday school work.
Surviving her are Mr. Malan, her
son and two stepdaughters; her father,
Frank Pearse, Frank H. Pearse, a
brother; and the following sisters:
Mrs. Annie Thomas, Mrs. Ivy Bern,
New Zealand; Mrs. F. O. Labrune,
Murray; Mrs H. B Wheelwright, and
Miss Kathleen Pearse of Ogden.
Young Bicyclist Hit
by Delivery Truck
Harold Welch, 13 year old son of
James Welch, Thirty-third street and
Pacific avenue, sustained painful In
juries yesterday shortly after noon
when tho blcj'clc which he was riding
collided with a truck of the Model
Laundry company, driven by Harry
The boy was on his way homo from
tho Lewis school and had followed the
truck along Twenty-eighth street, his
parents stated. When the automobile
turned at Grant avenue, tho boy on
his whoel collided with tho automobile
and feil to the pavement, witnesses
say. He sustained a dislocated arm
and severe cuts about the leg. Dr.
Edward Rich attended tho boy. His
injuries are not serious
T H E A T R E j
ONE NIGHT ONLY I
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19
MESSRS. COHAN JL HARRIS
j MRS. FISKE I
In a Comedy of Moonshine and
j Make-Belleve. I
MIS' NELLY OF
By Laurence Eyro
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
HARRISON GREY. FISKE
Prices 75c to $2.50
SEAT SALE TODAY
V . -J
j mxm .
IN JOINTS OF
Says She Couldn't Walk a Step
Gains Twenty Pounds and
Is Rid of Rheumatism
"I have not only gained 20 pounds
in weight since I began taking Tan
lac, but I firmly believe it saved my
life," said Mrs. Jennie Kcliher, who
I lives at S16 Senise street. St. Johns
Portland Oregon. Continuing she said:
"About a year ago I began to suffer
with a terrible attack of inflammatory
i rheumatism. There was never a min
ute of the day or night when I' was
free of pain in my arms and limbs,
and it was next to impossible for me
to get any sleep. My hands and feet
swelled terribly and became stiff and
were' drawn all out of shape, big knots
formed in the joints and I could not
wear my shoes and had to carry one
of my arms in a sling all the time. I
I had great difficulty in feeding myselC
and often coujdn't walk a step, not
even on crutches, and for months
couldn't do any of my housework. My
stomach also was in terrible condi
tion. I had a very poor appetite and
what little I did manage to force down
would sour and ferment and gas would
form and press against my heart so
badly I would have great difficulty in
r breathing. I had the worst sort of
nervous and dizzy spells at times,
when J would have to catch hold of
something or sit down to keep from
falling. I lost weight until I was lit-j
tie more than a frame and was dread-:
fully weak. I was in such bad condi
tion no one thought I could possibly
live. I had reached the point where
I would have welcomed death, as after
trying every kind of treatment and
medicine I could hear of without get
ting any relief, I had given up hope
of ever being well again.
"I was in this condition when I read
two statements regarding the benefits
two ladies, who lived in Portland, had
received from Tanlac and decided to
give it a trial. After I had .taken
only two bottles my Improvement was
simply wonderful and it was almost
like bringing me back from the grave,
for 1 have no idea I could possibly
have lived more than another month, if
that long. I have now taken five bot
tles and I have no pains of any sort,
the swelling has entirely gone from
my hands and feet and I am again able
to wear my shoes and to do all my own
housework. I have a fine appetite and
everything I eat agrees with me per-
forflv Tho fnnt T nm foollnp- hot.
ter 111 every way than I have in years,
and I owe it all to Tanlac, and I am
so thankful for what it has done for
me I expect to praise it as long as I
Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R.
Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement.
Red Blood for Pale
V big supply of red blood corpuscles Is
wfifct helps to make any man or woman
have a healthy, pink complexion Rnd cher
ry rod lips. Resort to paint and powder
are totally unnecessary and besides that,
are harmful. Three-grain hypo-nuclane
tablets. If used regularly for several
months, seem to create a greatly added
number of millions to the red and whlto
corpuscles of the blood, and not only Im
prove the color, but add Increased flesh
to the thin and frail body. These tablets,
promote assimilation, absorption and dl
Kestlon. and this splendid aid to nature's
forces transforms the complexion and fig
ure. They are prescribed by physlclnna.
but being of a perfectly harmless char
actor, self-admlnlstratlon 13 being follow
ed by many, who obtain thorn direct from
any well stocked apothecary shop. Ad
HAVE COUP CHEEKS
Be Better Looking Take
To have a clear, pink skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must keep
your body free from poisonous wastes.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the Uvcr and bowels like calomel
yet have no dangerous after effect.
Take one nightly and note results
They start the bile and overcome
j constipation That's why millions of
boxes are sold annually 10c and 25c
VVal&Vl an owr at night, and
can't "keep your eyes open" in the day
i time you certainly need
Self poison- xgEs. Beecham's
ing by im- Pills cor-
perfectlyMin rect it
eliminated Uri SaI
food - poi- wfflTnffiTlftvH Anr HrJidt i
sons is a vigS c Woilf
very com- ff Zl?'"
mon ailment ioc., 25c
I LEGAL NOTICES
ANNUAL TAX SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH Sccttlon 60C6, Com
plltd Laws of Utah. 1017, that Weber County, Utah, by and through Its Board of
County Commissioners, will, on Monday, May 17th. 1920, at -12 o'clock noon at
tho Iront door of the Court House, In Ogden City, "Weber County, Utah, offer for
sale In separate parcels for cash, all of tho real estate hereinafter described, to
ge;her with other real cstato hold by Weber County under Tax Deed, and ut such
sale the County Clork of Wober County; Utah,- will Issue and deliver to tho pur
chaser all of the title of the Stato of Utah, County of Weber, City of Ogden, or
any town or school or other taxing district lntorosted In tho real estate so sold,
excepting however, any Interest held by Ogden City, under tax aalo inado to Oedon
City Up to and Including sales for delinquent taxes for 1S94.
No bid will be accepted for less than all taxes, costs and interest to date of
aalo herein relcrred to,
MARTIN P. BROWN.
' N D. H. ENSIGN.
J. M. CHILD.
iJoard of County Commissioners of Wcbor County, Utah.
WALTER N. PARR,
County Clork of Weber County. Utah.
Dated April G. 1920.
First publication on April 17th. 1920.
Last publication on May lGth. 1920.
LIST OP PROPERTY UNDER TAX DEED TO WEBER COUNTY TO BE OF
FERED FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE STATED.
Part of Lot 1, Block 9, Plat "A." being tho West 2.6 feot of Lot 1, Block 9, Plat
"A,' ' Ogden City Survoy. .
Part of Lot 6. Block 10, Plat "A." Being tho North 117 feet of tho' South 202 feet
of Lot 5, Block 10. Plat "A," Ogden City Survey. ,
Part of Lot 6, Block 10. Plat "A." Being tho South 41.25 feet of tho North S5 feot
of Lot 5, Block 10, Pint "A." Oxden City Survey.
Port of Lot 3. Block 13. Plat "A." Beginning 120 feet North from tho Southeast
comer of Lot Blook 13, Plat "A," Ogden City Survey: thence West 37
feet, North 20 feet, West G0.5 feet, North 4 feet. East $7.5 feut. South 24
feat to the placo of beginning. Tho taxes heroin Include porsonal taxes iu
Book "E." page, 86, Lines 19 and 21. 1910 sale.
Part of Lots S and 0, Block 1G, Plat "A." Beginning 16.5 feot East rtnd 10.5 feet
South from tho Northwest corner of Lot 8. Block 16. Plat "A." Ogden Olty
Survey; thence East 198 feet, South ltB feet to tho plaoe of beginning.
. LEGAL NOTICES
Part of Lot 4. Block 32. Plat "A." Bcjdnnlnff 165 feet East from tho Northwest H
comer of Lot 4, Block 22, Plat "A,'' Ogden City Survey; thence East SC.6 H
feet. South 12 feot. West 136.5 feet. North 12 feet, to the place of beginning;. H
Part of liot 7, Block 45. Plat "A." Being the West 16.5 feet of Lot 7, Block 45, H
n Plat "A." Ogden City Survey. ' H
Part of Lot 2. Block 55. Plat "A." Being the East 2.9 feet of tho West 132 feet of B
Lot 2. Block 55, Pint "A." Ogden City Survey. .
Port of Lot 2, Block 16, Plat "B." Being tho West Vt of tho East lA of the South H
4 of Lot 2, Block 16. Plat "D." Ogden City Survey. ... H
Part of Lot. 2. Block 16, Plat "B." Being tho East 33 feet of tho South Vz of Lot H
2, Block 16. Plat "B." Ogden City Survey. . H
Part of ot Lots 3 and 4. Block 1G, Plat "C." Beginning 165 feet North and 33 feet H
E&at from the Southwest corner Lot 3, Block 1G. Plat "C," Ogden City Bur- H
vcy; thence North 14.6 feet. West 157 feet. South 14.G feet, East 157 feet to H
tho place of beginning-. H
Part of Lots 4 and 7, Block 16. Plat "C Beginning 1G5 feet North and 8 feet
East from tho Southwest comer of Lot 4. Block 1G, Plat "C." Ogden City Sur- H
vcy; thence North 311,3 feet, East 17 feet, South 3U.3 feet. West 17 feet to tho H
placo of beginning.
Part of Lots 6. 7 and 8, Block 1G, Plat !,C." Beginning 125 feet South from tho H
Northwest corner ot Lot 6. Block 16, Plat 'C,M Ogden City Survey; thenco H
South 14.6 feet. East 297 feet. North 14.6 feot, West 297 feet to tho place of H
Part of Lots 7 and S, Block 24. Plat "C." Boglnnlng 150 feet West from tho South- jH
cast comer of Lot S. Block 24. Plat "C," Ogden City Survey, vhence North H
25 feet. .West 114 feet. South 25 feet. East 114 feet to the place of beginning.
Part of Lot 10. Block 31, Plat "C." Being the North 165 foet of the East ft of 'M
Lot 10. Block 31, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey. Il
Part or Lot 5. Block 39, Plat "C." Being the North 41 feet of tho East 145.5 feet H
of tho West 297 foot of Lot 5. Block 39, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey. H
Part of Lot 7. Block 39. Plat "C." Being tho West 40 feet of Lot 7, Block 39, H
Plat "C.'' Ogden City Survoy. H
Part of Lot 3. Block 48, Plat "C." Being the West 45 feet of tho East ISO fent of H
tho North 115.5 foct of Lot 9. Block 48, Plat "C." Oi;den City Survey. IH
Part of Lot 11, Block 66, Plat "C." Beginning at tho Southwest corner of Lot 11, IIH
Block 66, Flat "C." Ogden City Survey, theneb South 66 feot, East 82,5 feet, IH
North 36 degrees East 82.5 foot, West to the placo of beginning. IH
Part of Lot 2, Block 71, Plat "C." Being the North 2 feet of tho South 36 feet IH
of tho West 125 feet of Lot 2. Block 71, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey. IH
Part of Lot 13, Block 1, Plat 5AA, Being tfio East 330 feet ot tho North of Lot 'IH
13, Block 1. Five Aero Plat '"A." of Ogden City Survoy.
Part of Lot 11. Block 4, Plat S. O ,S. Boing the West 9,5 feet of tho North 24.85 H
feet of Lot 11. Block 4, South Ogden Survey, of Ogden City Survoy. H
Part of Lot 12. Block 4. Plat S. O. S. Boglnnlng 32 feet South from tho lntrsea- H
tlon of the South line of Lot 11. and tho West line of Adams Avenue; thence H
Wosl 140 feet. South 4.5 feet. East 140 feet, North 4.5 fret to tho placo of H
begin. .ing. Lot 12. "Block 4. South Ogden Survey. Ogden City Survey. 'H
Lots S and 10, Block 10, S. O. S. Beginning 355.'.. feet West from the Northeast cor- H
ncr of Lot S. Block 10; thenco South 59 feet. West 90 feet. North 59 feet. "EaBt H
90 feet to place of 'beginning, (n South Ogden Surrey, Ogden Civ Survey. IH
Part of Lot 11. Block 10. Plat S. O. S. Beginning 3.6 feot West from the Inter- H
section or the Northwest corner of Lot 11, Block 10. South Ogden Survey, of IH
Ogden Oity Survey, and the Eastllne Of Lincoln Avenue: thence East 3.6 fet IH
North 13S.1S feut. West 15 feet. South 4 degrees East to tho place of begin- JH
Lot 13, Block 10, S. O. S.. part of the lot. Eelng the East 50 feot of the South 20.S il
feet of Lot 13. Block 10. South Ogden Survey, Ogden City Survey. I H
Lots 1 and 2. Block 2, Biummltt's Addition. I H
Lot "C," Brummltt'A Addition to Ogden City. Utah. H
Lot "D. of Brummlttfs Addition 'to Ogden Ity. Ltah. i H
Being the West 5 feet of )-otG, Block 3, Central Park Addition to Ogden City, H
Being all or Lot 11 and h- South 11 feet of Lot 12. block 5, Central Park Annex i H
to Ogden City. Utah. iH
Being Lots' 23 to 44, Block 2, City Park Addition.
Belnc L6ts 2S tn nn. rilnrtf ?! flnlornrlo Pines Addition to Ocdcn City. Utah. H
Being Lots 5 anri 6, Blok 3. Cropsoy's Addition to Ogden City, Utah. 'H
Being Lota 1 to 20, Block 16. Clovcrdale Addition, Kancsvlllc School District. IH
Lots 5 to 1G, Block 17 Clovcrdale Addition, Kancsville School District. 'H
Being the West 89 92 feet of Lots 1 to 5, Block 4. East Park Addition to Ogden IH
City. Utah. Il
Being Lot 64. Block 4. East Park Addition to Ogden City. Utah. iH
Being tho East 76.86 feet of Lots 1 and 2, Block 5, East Park Addition to Ogden IH
City. Utah. jl
Being tho East 76.86 foet of Lot 9, to 11, Block 5. East Pi.rk Addition to Ogden
Being tho Ea3t 117. 0G feet of Lot "J," East Park Addition to Ogden City. Utait. 1 H
Being Lots 37 to 40, Block 18, Falrmount Park Addition to Ogden City. 1 H
Being Lots 24 and 25, Block 13, Florence Park Addition to Ogden City. B
Being Lots 52 to 54, Block 6, Franklin Place Addition to Ogden City.
Being Lot 50, Block 9. Franklin Place Addition to Ogden City, Utah.
Being Lots 1 to 3, Block 1, Herrlinan's Addition to Ogden City. Utah.
Being Lot 41. Block 17, Lakevlow Addition, Burch Creek School District. ,
Being- tho South 17.5 feet of Lot 12, Block 26, Lakevlow Addition, Burch Creek
Being Lots 13 and 14. Block 26, Lakevlcw Addition, Burch Creek School District.
Being an undivided one-half Interest in Lots 14 to 17, Block 39, Lake view Addition.
Burch Creek School District.
Being an undivided one-half interest In Lots 36 to 39, Block 39, Lakcview Addition. H
Burch Creek School District H
Being Lots 39 to 41, Block 40, Lakevlew Addition, Burch Creek School District. H
Being tho North 4 feet of the South 12 feet of Lot 8, Block 40. Lakevlow Addition H
to Ogden City, Utah.
Being Lots 14 and 15, Block 46, Lakevlcw Addition, Burch Creek School District H
Being Lot 20, Block 47, -Lakcview Addition. Burch Creek School Dlstilct. H
Boing Lot 27, Block 2, Madison Square Addition ,to Ogden, Utah. H
McUary Estate. Beginning 923.S9 root West and G.20 feet South from the North- H
east comer of Sec. 20 Twp. 6 North, Range 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian, U. H
S. Survey; thence South It", feet, West 216.5 feet. North 16 feet. East 216,5 H
feet, to the place ol beginning. H
Being Lots 13 and 14. Block 1, Mountain View Addition to Ogden City, Utih.
Being Lot 32. Block 1, Mountain View Addition to Ogden City.
Being Lots 39 and 40. Block 1. Mountain View Addition to Ogden City. Utah. H
being Lot IS, Block 9, Mountain Viow Addition to Ogden City, Utah. H
Being the East 16 feel of Lot 7, Block 16, Nob Hill Addition to Ogden City, H
Being Lots 1 and 2, Block 33, Nob Hill Addition to Ogden City, Utah.
Being Lot 2. Block 51. Nob Hill Annex to Ogden City. Utah.
uuing iois b ana i, .hiock it, iou 11111 jvaaiuon 10 ugucn uiiy, uian, h
Being Lot 1, Block 3, Otto Borger's Addition, North Ogden School District. 1
Being Lot 2, Block 4, Otto Berger'a Addition. North Ogden- School District 1
Being Lots 21 and 24. Block 3, Observatory Placo Addition, Wilson School District, 1
Being Lots 41 and 42. Block 1, Park Place "A." Subdivision of. J,ot3 4 and 5 and H
thu South 165 6S feet of Lot 3, Block 67; and all of Block 6, Plat "C." Ogacu IH
Oity Survey. Il
Being Lots x to 4, Block 2, Prospec tHclghts Addition. H
Being Lots 41 to 41, Block 4, Prospect Heights Addition.
Being Lot 2, Block 2, Kivervlow Addition to Ogden City. Uta... lH
Being Lot 3, Block 4, Riverside Annex Addition to Ogden City. Utah. IH
Being Lots 20 and 21 B.lock 4, Kushton Addition to Ogden City, Utah. IH
Being tho West l& ot Lot 40 and all of Lot 41, Block 4, Rushton Addition to Ogden
City. Utah. IB
Being the West 9 feet of Lot 51. Block 7. and all of Lot 52, Block 7. Rushton' IH
Addition to Ogden City.
Being the North 20.9 lect of Lot 23, Block 3, South Park Addition to Ogden City,
Being Lots IS and 19, Block 2, Stephens First Addition to Ogden City. Utah
Being the South 4 feet of Lot 2 and all or Lot 1. Block 5, Terrace Subdivision.
Ogden City, Utah.
Being Lou 13 and 14, Block 1. Woodmansee's Addition to Ogden City, Utah.
Being Lots 17 to 26, Block 1. Woodmansee's Addition to Ogden City. Utah.
Lots 27 to 35, Block 2, Woodmansee's Addition to Ogdon City, Utah. 1
Being ihe est 45.76 feet of Lots 1 and 2, Block a, Woodmansee's Alain Street
Addition to Ogdon City, Utah. ,
Beginning 432.13 leet South and 330 feet East from the Intersection of tho East IH
lino of Washington Avenue and the North lino of Sec. 5, Twp. 5, North Range
1 West. Salt Lako Meridian, U. S. Survey, thence North 5b'.5 feet East 33 b
feet. South 56,5 lect, west 33.3 feet to place of beginning.
Beginning on the West lino or Grant Avenue 294 teet South from the North Una
of Sec. 5, Twp. 5 N., Range 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian, U. S. Survey; thence
South G teet, West li7 foet, -North 6 leet, East 187 feut to the place of beginning.
Beginning 21.45 chs, Eas and 8.U05 chs. North lrom the Southwest corner or tho
Northwest i of Sec. 9, Twp. 5, NorCh, Range 1 West. Salt Lake Meridian.
U. S. Survey; thence North 70 feet. East 1UU feet, Southwest to a point 145
teet East irom the point of beginning, West to the place of beginning).
Bei-lnning at tho Southwest corner of Block 33, South Ogden Plat "A"; thenca
South 570 lect, Kast 16? lect, .North 570 lect. West It! feot to tho place of
Beginning 16.12 chs. South from tho Northeast corner of tho Southeast U of Sec
15. Twp. 5 North, Range 3 Wost, Salt Lake Meridian U. S. Survey; thence
West 11 feet. South 10 chs. East 11 tcot. North 10 chs. to tho placo of be
guining, Being ail or tho Northeast J,i of Sec 3, Twp. G Isorth, Range 1 West, Salt Lak
Meridian, U. S. Survey. IH
Being all of Uio South Vj or Sec. 3, Twp. G North, Ran go 1 West, Salt Lake Merld-
lan. U. S. Survey. IH
BOing all of tho East of the Northwest of Section 3, Twp. 6 North, Rango
1 West, Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey. IH
Beginning at tho Southeast comer of the Northeast i Sec 4, Tvp. 6 North, Rango
1 .West, Salt Lako Meridian, U. S. Survey; thenco North 5 chs., West 1 15
v ens,, South 13 rdo., West 13 rds.. North 13 rds.. West to center or the County
v road, Southwesterly along the load to a point 5.64 chs. West of beginning,
East 5.64 chs. to tne place ot beginning.
Begin in n 421.11 tuot West and 26.1 loot South freni the intersection of tho South
line oi Second Street, and West lino or Washington Avonue, In Ogden City,
Utah; thenco South t6 icet. West 211.6 leet, North 66 leer, Euut ail. SS feet
Beginning 145.5 leet South irora the Northeast corner of Sec. 30, Twp. 6 North
Rango 1 West, Salt Lako Merldltlon, U. S. Survey, thenco West S3 S7 feet
South 66 loot, East 132 leet, North 6U feot, West to tho place of beginning.
Boglnning 82.3 leet est lrom the Northeast comer or Sec. 30. Twp. ,' North, Rango
1 West, Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; thenco South 261.5 feot. East
82.S7 icet. south 399 leet. West 107.68 leot, North btiO foet, Lust 24.8 feot to
the place or beginning.
Also beginning 660 leet South from the Northeast corner of Sec. 30 Twp
6 North, Range 1 West, Salt Lako Meridian, U. S. Survey, thenco South 37
degrees 57 minutes West to thu C. P. right-of-way, East to East lino of said
section. North to placo of beginning.
Beginning 9.24 chs. West. 12.72 chs. Norm from tho Southeast corner of the North
west M. Sec 9, Twp. 5 North, Range 1 West. Suit Lake Meridian. U S Sur
vcy; tnenco South 251,5 feet, West 153 leet, North -'51.5 leet, East 183 foot
to tne place or beginning.
Beginning- at tho Northeast corner or tho Southwest hi Sec. 28, Twp 5 North, Rang
1 West salt Lake .Meridian U. S. Survey; thenco Wost 11.25 chs. to Wober
rlvor, Southeasterly along tho river to tho East lino of said Sec, North to
Beginning onihe South line of Seventh street, ISO .feet West from tho West lino 1
of Washington Avenue, Oeden City, Utah, tlionco South 146.8 foet, West 54
leet. JNortli 146.8 leet, East 51 feet, to the boglnnlng. All In Seo. 17, Two.
G North KanEC 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian U. S. Survey. '
Kpclnnmu 161 iejl East and 330 feet North from tho Southwest corner of Sec 20
rwu o Norm, itan&w i ust Suit Lakojuuridian, u. S. Survey, thenco North
U6 icet West 132 loot, South Ut feet, Last 132 leot lo beginning.
Beginning at tho intersection ol the South lino of 32nd street, and thu West lino of
Sec 33. awp. b worth. Ruugo 1 West. Salt uake Meridian, U. S. Survey
hon'co Soutn 1G5.25, East 22.4 feet, North l$o.2o leet, West 29.4 feot to tho
uiace of beginning. ,
on said lino 73 steps. South 197 stops to Cedar Stake on bank of eaid drain
aich southwesterly on bank of said dram ditch 100 steps, to beginning Belnc
Dart 'ot tho East .b oi the Southeast i sec. 7, Twp. North. Rungv 2 West
S'dt Lake Meroiian, U. s. Survey. 3l
RpElnniriK at a certain Cedar Siaito on the bank or drain ditch, being the South
8 "vest comer oi said tract ot land; thence North 263 steps to U sSc. line. East
2 b3 chs., North id degrees imisu .i euo ui a.o- ena . iMorrn ;e dcg.ees
East l 6 chs. North 36 degrees 30 minutes, East 1.25 chuiiib, Northwesterly
and Southerly along tho river to a point North 11 degrees 30 minutes Wes:
irom the beginning. South 1L degrees 30 minutes Last to beginning.
Ftpcinnlnc ens. West and 2.6 chs. North fiOm the Southeast corner oi' the
B0S Southwest U of Sec. 24. Twp. 6 North. Rango 2 West, thenco .East 2.09 chs
Norm 8 degrees 30 minutes East 6.88 chs. North 13 degrees JO minutes Heat
Rc-inningv H6b.Jo leet East and 8 chs. south rrom thoi Northwest corner of tha
B SouiJiwest U Sec. 21. Twp. G North, Rango 2 West, alt Lako Meridian If s 1
survey, thence Norm 33u feet, East 4UU icet. mor or less. South 1 degree.
East 4.39 chs., South 79 degrees 30 minutes West 9 chs.. South 2G degrees
U mlnutos, West 1 ch South 11 degrees West 5 chs., South 36 degrees. East
3 63 chs , South 13 degrees West 1.8 chs., Westerly and Southerly to tt point
on tho river south of beginning. North to beginning.
RoiMnnimr 80 rds. North and 34 rus. .East irom tho southwest corner of tho North-
Beginning aw T ( Norttli ltang0 x Weatt but lke Meridian, u. S. Sur-
vcy- thenco South 40 rds.. East tU roda., South 28 ids., East 13.6 rds., Nctrh
n rds West 5 5 ids., North 45 rds.. West 14 rds.. to tho beginning . IH
Kerinning at tho Southwest corner of tho Norinwest of Sec 30. Twp 7 North.
P Range 1 West, Salt Lako Meridian. U. S. Survey; thenco East 1.22 chs,, North 1
18 degrees 30 minutes East G.1S chs., North 68 dogrces 4o minutes. Wost 1.20
chs North 17 degrees 30 minutes. East 7.b8 chs.. North 17 degrees 45 min
utca West 2.26 chs.. South 18 degrees 13 minutes. West 9 chs. to tho West
lino of said section. South to beginning.
Kcelnninc 8.5 chs. North from tho Southwest comer of the Northwest l of Sec.
licginnniu o. Nortn uQnge 1 West. Salt Lako Meridian, U. S Survey; thence
North is degrees 30 minutes. East 9 chs., North 68 degrees 45 minutes. West
12G leot. South IS degrees 30 minutes. West to ho West line of said section.
Bertnnlngth12l.25bchs!1 South from the Northeast corner of tho Southwest of Sec. H
Beginning-. N lh Rang0 2 East. Salt Lakn Meridian U. S. Survey, thenco
South 07 degrees 30 minutes West G.3S chs.. South 3 degrees 15 mlnutsa East
56 chs South S5 degrees 12 minutes East to a point South of beginning. JM
BtiKntS?&Svom tno Northwest comer of the tSouUiwcat of
the Northwest i of Seo. 20, Twp. 7 Norh, Rango 1 East Salt Lako Mcrid- VM
lan U S. Survey; thence South 10 rds.. East 1G rds., North 10 rds.. West 16 H
BelnghsVumeaVoffcSTwp. 7 North. Range 4 East Salt Lake Merld,
iffi"&H.8Sn 'sST T. WS'ial, L-
Meridian. U. S. Survey, -tnr