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THE OODEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913
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ADVERTISING PRICES
Wart advert:ementt coal one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words yr dJ no ,ir-'
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the ratt of
tf centa per Ime per week, or 76
cents per line per month. Remember
f i vc avr--age words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must to
p i d In advance. No exceotion to this
rule.
HELP WANTED
FEMALE.
(iIRL wanted lor laundry "Ork in
quire Dec Hospital 4-26-tl
WANTED Hlrls at O. S L. Comsy.
Laundry Apply to manager 4-21 tf
WANTED Girl or woman to do Rood
family cooking 533 26th st.
4-12-tf
A GIRL at the Virginia. 3-24-2wks
GOOD girl for housework; no washing
or ironing. Lif, 25th 2-25-lwk
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644-W
4-25-lmo
STENOGRAPHER of five years' ox
perience wantB position Address E.
M-, care Standard 4-23-lwk
CFRTAIXS done op Tel 969 -M
4-14-lmo
CURTAINS laundered. 3 pairs for $1
23oe -v. 4-1-lmo
' "
HELP WANTED
MALE.
AN opponunlty to earn $1 00 to $5 00
a day. from May loth to June 16th
getting subscriptions for The Delin
eator and Everybody's magazine
$1000 00 given away dally for 27 days.
Write today to Helpmates, Room 9.
Butlerlck Bldg New York
JAPANESE help at the Berges nos
pttal. Jap who speaks English.
4-17-tf
TOUNO man stenographer and as
sistant bookkeeper for local manu
facturing company. Give experience,
salary expected, age etc., "L," care
of Evening Standard.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS.
NICELY furnished 3-room apanraent,
strictly modern; ideal location No
children 2341 Adams 4-24-1 wk
MODERN furnished room, with or
without board, 539 23rd. 4-28-lmo
SE:VEN'-ROOM modern on the iench
Gas for cooklnt; n definable.
C. D. IVES. 380 25th SL
THREE-ROOM cottage, nicely furnish
ed. 2542 Monroe 4-26-1 wk
NICELY furnished large ,'ront room,
suitable for couple Use of Pin no
Apply 246 23rd St 4-26-lwk
TWO furnished rooms 2054 Farr avo
4 22 lmo
TWO modern furnished rooms Tor
housekeeping.. Inquire room 1 over
Ogden theater 4-10-tf
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
T ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith
Grocery. -6th and Wash. Phone 91
3-21 tf
BOARD AND ROOM.
ROOM and board for ono gentleman
also accommodations for a few table
boarders. Poplar Heights, 437 24th
at 4-25-lk
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
MODERN five-room cottage Apply
Dr Erelday. Phoue 1637-R 4-25tf
i FIVE-ROOM house, modern; part!
furnished or unfurnished Mon &
24th Applv 2876 Monroe. 4-24-1wk
THREE-ROOM house, water, electric
light Phone 1419-W 4-82-lwk
A NK'E 7-room house Inquire 2340
Jeff. (-10-5W-B
FIVE-ROOM modern brlrk eott.iK'
rang' and linolt urn 52S 24th at
23 lwk
IN CROSS bldg . fine location; rooms
in first-class condition, low rents
3 or more rooms to a party. (' W
Cross Co. 2252 Wast avs 4-2 1-1 mo
5-ROOM horse. 199 West 30th. In
quire ChrMcnsen Shoe Store
4-14-tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
TWO ligbi housekeepinR rooms,
strlctlv modern, with gas 2201 Lin
4-24-lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms.
L strictly modern 56& 22nd It
4-25-WI
tf FURNISH ED flats. 2ti.4 Crnnt Ave.
t-16-lyr
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms. J2
wk. up G3tJ 31st St 3-13 1) -
WANTED REAL ESTATE
A SM ALL farm In trade for city pro
trty; must bo near car line New
ton-Burnhnm Co. Real Estate ami In
surence. Phone 139. 4 24 1 wk
LOST
LADY'S gold and cr.n vmbossed
watCD Return to Standard. Re
ward 4-17-lwk
FARM TO TRADE.
FAR M near town for house, close Id.
C D. IVE8. 3S0 25th St l-15-lyr
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
I RE8H cow, third calf Also house
hold Roods, First house west S P.
trackn on 12th St 4-28-lwk
ALMOST new $350 Piano. Will take
$150 cash 2762 Wall Ave -2S-lWk
ROOMING house, 16 well furnished
rooms, doing good business Terms
Lindsay, 330 24th 4-24-lwk
ONE now concrete mixer also lot of
forms nnd finishing tools For in
formation rail at 461 Rose court or
phone 1495-R 4-24-lwk
FOR SALE Second-hand doors, win
dow sash, frames, lumber and kind
ling wood Much of this lumber Is
good and will sell cheap Apply at
2351 Grant ave
POOL business, 4 or 6 tables In base
ment at 366 24th st 4-23-lwk
PGR SALE Encyclopedia Hrltannlea,
30 volumes. No 3A Eastman Ko
dak 223 1-2 26th. 4-23 lwk
SCOOP hereafter your boss and this
papir pulls for A. & Anything They
are IT. Ask Corey Bros, or the S P.
and tell every body Violins on time.
4-19
HIGHEST crade pianos and players
from factory to your homes, good
tOCk on hand at all times, lowest '
prices, Easlost forms Panione, 274
Hudson Tel 1209.
VIOLINS dirt cheRp, rash or pay
ments. Pantone, 2874 Hudson Tel
1209. 4-1 1-1 wk
SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
Index cabinet Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and see it
there. 1 -31 -tf t
SLIGHTLY used high-grade piano for,
sale cheap. O J Stllwell. Tel. 1028
Ot 11. 1 28 tf
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson I
Are., bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone
617-J. 12-2a-U
FELL sired Ink barrels. 11.00 apiece
Inquire Evening Standard, 860 24th
Bt. Phone 56. 1-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans Kelly Herrick
3-15-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and Bold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave . Room 11
LOAN'S on improved farm or cltv I
property. HUNTER & KENNEDY,
423 24th SL, opposite court house I
6-12-tf
Money to loan on city and "arm
property Any amount, no delay !
Mathows-McCu'lloch Co , under First 1
National bank Phone 301-W
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, firearms, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Offlc, established
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th st C. H. Smith. Prop.
9-4-lyr
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It tooay Cheapest rates,
best and moat private terms In Utah
D. D. Drake, over Paine Hurst
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J Brummitt 4-27-tf
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
HORSE AND BUGGY WANTED
CAN VASSER wants to reut a horse
and buqgy for a few weeks on rea- i
sonable terms. Address Tod Krocten. j
care The Standard.
OLSON RUG WORKS
Beautiful rugs made from old car
pets and rues. 330 23rd st Telephone
1908-M. 4-22-lwk
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
WANTED Party with a few thou
sand dollars to Invest In well es
tabllehed A-l mercantile business in
Ogden Rare opportunity A 7... care
Standard. 3-29-lwk
FOR SALE, MOTORCYCLE
5 H. P. Twin Indian and 7 H P. Twin
rale 1 HI 2 models, at a barg-.iln.
Don't wait too long Address 123,
car Standard. 4-18-lwk
POULTRY
WANTED Chickens Blackman &
Griffin Co. 2546 Washington ave
Phone 75. 4-6-lmo
WHITE or Buff Orpingtons. Barred
Rot ks R. I Reds. Mlnorvas Anco
nas. W hite or Brown Leghorns, eggs;
all good strains, at reduced prices for
balance of the season. Barrows. S289
Washington ave. Phoue 1806 -M
4-18-if
BARV chicks for sale. 3239 Wash
ington ave 1806-M 4-18-tI
WHITE Orpingtons, Imported strain;
eggs per 15: White. Leghorns, 75c
and $1 per 15 Bosgloter, West Og
den Phone 4N4 4-4-1wk
REWARD
REWARD offered for Ivor Johnson bi
cycle, double bar. stolen 4 113. ini
tials on saddle. F J. T.. 23. Call at
Standard office 4-5-tf
F0 R SALE
REAL ESTATE
BY owner, 3 choice lots; best loca
tion on bench, snap If taken SI
once Phono 2010-J 2527 Gramercy
1-29-lmo
FIVE-ROOM cottage. 771 24lh st
2 5-1 mo
ROOMING house 449 2Cth St Phone
2144-J 3-29-lrao
FIVE POINTS CaDdy Kitchen. 2:.f
Lshington Ave Want to retire
4-15-tf
t'OR SAL J- -REAL ESTATE
(Continued )
DESIRABLE homo or income prop
erty, 24th st bench; modern 5-room
brick bungalow bargain for quick
Price and terms, owner. W. H Voor
hifs. phone 2445-W. Call after 4
o'clock. Will take a good lot In
trade
FOR SALE cheap 107 feet on Wash
ave., near 29th St., with good framo
house; non-resident owner; must be
sold. Terms Kelly & Horrirk 4 25-tf
MODFRN HOME
NEAR Npw HikIi School for less than
cost of lot and bulldinss. Owner
leaving orders Immediate sale. Cheap
C. D. IVES, 330 25th St. 2-25-lmo
PALACE restaurant. 284 26th St.
4-17-2wks
A 5-ROOM house; 1 acre land; gran
ary, barn, eic Inqulro 35'J 18th st
4-1-lmo
GET A DIVORCE
From your landlord I make it pa
elble for any energetic person to 1U
in a home of their own. Will have
ready lor ofcupancy, in a few days a
dandy little modern bungalow on
bench car line. Lot 42 1-2x132 feet,
large living room and kitchen, two bed
roorm screened back porch and ce
ment cellar Inside finish and plumb
ing fixtures are the best, small pay
ment down, balance same as rent. Will
design and build to suit your Ideas in
any location on the same terms
E. W. CANNADY,
2411 Washington Room 11
GREAT bargains in lots
and homes, direct from
owner. Phone 1427.
SIX-ROOM brick housr on 20M. ci
11600 Terms to suit buyer S"e
McGregor Bros, 428 29th St 4-12-lmo
4-ROOM frame house 11 lots and
fruit trees. everything in the
Rround: big chicken coop and chick
em barn with hors0;. wagons and
harnesses. Price $1500, Phone 2 1 j 2 - J .
4-14-lmo
HOME FOR SALE.
A seven-room modern, brick hom
Fifty foot south front, close in on the
bench, good shade, lawn and shrub
bery . dandy srreened sleeping porch
electric chandeliers and gap. will sell
vacant, ftlllj or partly furnished, gas
and coal ranges In and connected up
.ind two tons of coal on hand. This
pluco is all rtd lo move Into and is
the ONE REST BUI Will sell nt n
ijacrificr and on terms to suit This
Is a bargain for the one who gets it.
If interested come and see us quick
Uathews-McCulloch Co, under First
Nat'i Bank Phono 301 W 4-1 Itf
FOFR-ROOM frame, pnntry and
closet, city water, electrh lights
Ixit, 38x166; good location on bench
Snup H A Purdy. 247S Wash Aw
Phone, 485-J. 4-16-lwk
FOR SALE -One of the beat hornet
in Ogden for halt" the cost of build
ings; large grounds, lawn and shade,
positively the greatest bargain in the
city. Also farm and orchard near
cltv very cheap. Easy terms on ei
ther pro pert R Q kgee, 416 24' '
street. 4-19-1 mo
Specialties on Farm and City prop
ertv We have some good buys left, a few
like the following
A thirty -acre tract Just east of
South Washington, car line. Good
house and out buildings, an ideal gar
den spot and some day will sell quick
for City lots Thla Is an exceptional
good buy for $6,500, $l.""' down, bal
ance 4 yerrs at 6 per cent.
A thirty -acre tract in Bear River
Valley good 4 -room house, outbulld
ingS and implements, full water riv;lit
good location, will sell for $2,600, $500
down, balance arranged or will tr;i!'
for city propertv We .have some good
cheap lots on the bench ran-ing In
price from $250 00 to $500 each.
. are also building and will be
pleased to figure with you on a nic
bungalow, on one of our well located
lots
Come and see us toda Wc have
any thing you want in va estate And
will show you just what von want.
SKEEN REALTY CO,
Under Utah National Bank.
Phone 913
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
4 ACRES, chicken nnd fruit ranch.
well equipped; modern house, large
basement; soil, loose, rich and deep.
! first water rltrht, lorubators. brood
ers, chickens all go with place. J. C.
Farr. oast of lec House on Canyon
car line. 3-29-lmo.
"oTdeIT
business
directory
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
I able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING
DONE In all lengths 2668 Colo's
Court, rear 240 26th SL Tel. 171'9-W.
ATTORNEYS
LASVYER OrC'NOLLY. (over Nye J
Clothing Sio:.) 2411 Waah ave.!
Phone 193.
E. T. HULANISK1, First National 1
Bank bldg. 12-11-t;,
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard room. J462 Grant
ave NOT Till. BIGGEST BUT THE
BKST. We have the cozie-st cosy Bil
liard Room m OKden, and all stuudunl
high grade, u... cheap: four slate ta
bles at Baker's.
THE W )RI I' FA M O I ' S BKCNS
WICK BALK 5x10 BllUar and Fool
tables. We'l ventilated rooms The
Coz . 826 26th.
BOOKBINDING
I J WILSON Book nnd loca af de
i( manulaciurer Upiaira, 2461
I Wash. Phone S50. 12-SO-lmo
CONTRACTORS
Newton-Burnham Co.
"At the sign of the Bungalow"
2349 Wash. Ave. Phone 139.
Bee us before you place that
insurance our rates are low
est. If you want results, list your
real estate with us We sell
and rent.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS
PORTER & HANSEN, cement con
tractors and designers, 451 Rose
court Phone 1495-R. 4-3-lmoj
CHIROPRACTOR
F. J FREENOR, Graduate Chlroprac-
tor. Incurables and female trou-
bles my specialty. Consultation free.
Rooms 13-14, 2411 Washington Ave. '
CARPET CLEANING
Ik. VAN KAMPBN- Phc u s83 for up- (
holsterlag, mattress making. ra
tretching of bed springs
JUNK
I
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE Lf you have;
any kind of Junk, phono us up. Wo
will call for It Tel. 210
HOTELS
THE CRESTON Steam heoted. hot
amd cold water, every room, new
and modern, 60c and up Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING
PAINTING, paperhanging atid tinting
Y den HortOf, phone 671-R,
PEIYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Burgeon Office hours 11 to 4 pm.
New Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phoc
19C -W Residence phoae 2129-W. 646
W-slington avenue- t-ll-Lf
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St.
PAPER CLEANING
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
cleaning, tough and pointed walls
and burlap All work guaranteed.
Phono 11GS. 2241 Jackson avenue.
2-1-tf
EXPERT paper cleaners Upholster
ing and repairing. polishing and
furniture packing, carpets cleaned
and laid Phone 1179-M. Denkers
Kammeyer
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
FIRST-CLASS music furnished for
dances and parties; new and pop
ular tunes; a trial means a stead)
job Call us up for prices. Phono
2143-J. 4-9-lyr
PHOTOGRAPHY
SOME people say they do not take a
good picture. Did you ever try
Crawshnw? Studio, 210 25th st
HOTEL FOR SALE
C. D. IVES, 330 25TH ST.
4-5-lmo
' PRINTING
WOOi V PRINTING CO We do good
work. 2465 Wash ae. Phone 850
12-30 lmo
B F. THOMAS, Job Printing 2170
Washington Ave Phone I 2 31
4-lS-lyr
RUBBER STAMPS.
OGDEN STAMP WUKKS. phono 45,
or mail card Sf you wish us to (.ail
with samples Office Spargo's.
12-3-lt
FIRE INSURANCE.
OLD reliable companies that pay
C. D. IVES, Agent. S80 2uth St.
STOVE REPAIRS
SUMMERILL'S. the largest stove re
pair houAe in the west 2304 Wash
ington ave , Ogdon Tel. 364. Mall
orders solicited. 2-20-tf
SANITARY WORK
YOUR garbage hauled regular San
itary can furnished tree Sanitary
Garbage & Waste Paper Co. Phone,
620. 2438Vb Wash. Ave.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
2728 Grant. Bell ptiouc. 2018-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND lurnltur,
lotblng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also crviuka and suitcases
cheap A Sluer, Phono loll. 179 1-2
j Twnt--XUth SL -13-lyr.
I X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington ave.; 2d-hand lurniture of
all kinds bought and told. price
Which no other store can equal.
12--lyr
SWITCHES
MRS. C. E LEE. 2345 Grant. Bring
combings. In afternoon
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NTLANDER BROS - Tailors clean
ing. pressiDg and repairing Phone ;
H2-J. Offics 24th St. 1-4-lmo
VACUUM CLEANERS
ONE DOLLAR Pf" ,Jfl:'. delivered and '
called for Electric brv;ce Co.. i
Phone 88. Up "th st.
FOR SALE OR RENT j
S-ROOM modern brn k house on
Reeves ave. Inquire 128 26th Phone
339. 4-22-lwk
FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES
MASONIC Quen E-Stner chapter
No. 4, O. E. S.. regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave
between 25th and 26th sts. the first
ud third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially invited to
attond. Fannie M Whita-mor-. W.
M. , Callio E. Cave, Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18, F. A. M
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 o'clock. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. S. W
Wherry, W. M Felix T. Moore, Sec
retary. LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No i, L. O. T. M meets every
first and third Thursday evenings ai
S o'ciock. and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2.30 o'clock
in Eagles hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Kathryn Egglestoo, L C L
Jennie Prout, R. HL
Sllver Tent No 1, Macabees of the!
World, meet second and fourth Mon
daj nights at S o'clock p m. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially luvited.
E. A. STEPHENSON.
Commander.
W. B. OGLETREE.
Record Keeper
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No S81. meets every Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock. K. of P hali.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge, M D..
57-58 Lewis block. Addle Baker. G.
N., 130 W. 27th St. Mario Crltes. Clerk.
2731 Monroe aenue.
Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thunday
nights at 8 p. m . In L O O. F. hall
Visiting neighbor- cordially invited.
Mary E liliit. G. N , 451 31sr. St. Kato
Hey man, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
ORDER OF OSS 1 Ogden Nest
No 1218, Order of Owls, meets ev
erj Friday evening In their own hall
(the old Elk club rooms) at 8;
o'clock S'isitlnp Rrothe- Owls are in
it.d to attoiul the ne3t meetings I
C. Emmett, President; J Oliver, Sec
jretury, 241". Wash. Ae
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4.
1 o u. P., meel3 second and fourih
1 Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall j
j Visiting members Invited Lula Claud j
man. N G . Emma Mold, Reeordn:g
Secretary, 718 Twenty third street
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nlphts of each month at S p. m., at
the Odd Fellows hall Visiting nelgh-
i bors invited Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Rtes-Flnley, M D, rxm
21 Lewis block. Indis Sawyrr. Ora-
J cle. 2463 Harrison Lillian Newton,
j Recorder, 27th and Qulncv
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m . at
Union Labor hall. Visiting members
cordially invited Andrew W Nelson,
1 1. P. SVm. Muller, Sec. and Treas..
2582 Washington Ave.
Woodmen Of ih" World Weber
Camp No. 74 meetr. In K of P hall la
the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursday evening at 8 o clock.
Visiting SS'oodmen cordially invited
to attend. D D Smith, C. C; E Aulh.
Clerk, First National Bank building.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodgo
, No. 2 Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, I tab. National bank build
tng, every Monday evening All K. 'if
P a ai. r. Kti'.-d to meet with us W
D. Watson. C C; VV. Q Kind. M of
E. ; W L Underwood. K ot R S
Fraternal Order t Eagles Ogden
aerie No. 118. F O. E , meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall,
Hudson ve , at. 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. J. W. Griffin. W. Presi
dent. F H. Geiger, secretary. Dr. C
E Wardleigh, Aerie Physician.
Modern Woodme-i of America Utah
! camp No 0990 meets every first and
i tnird Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
IK of P ball, Twenty-fourth st. and
Washington ave. Vlsitlug members
invited. W H Draney, ConsuL J
M Shaier, Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Yeomeu
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505. meets on
2nd and 4th Tuesday eveuings at IC
P hall. Visiting Archers are cordbiily
Invited to meet with us Addle L. SSII
liams. Foreman, ISO Twenty-first
street. J A Junk, Correspondent,
1202 Washington.
LEGAL NOTICES
THE COLUMBUS EXTENSION
Mining company gives notice of an as
sessment of 2 cents a share, delin
quent April 26 1-26-11
A hearing in the petition of bank
rupti Of David W. Wood will be held
In Salt Lake on April 30 4-30-13 '
The Utah Fire Clay company is to
hold a meeting on May 7, for the pur
pose of changing Its articles of in
I corporation
The Mullet Kelly company of Salt
Fake Is to hold a meeting Mny 16 to
consider changing name of com pan v
to Kelly Clothing company and to
Increase capital stock.
NOTICE OF OCDEN CITY SCHOOL
DISTRICT BONO ELECTION
An election is hereby (.ailed and
will bo held in each of the muniti-i
pal wards of Ogden CltJ at the poll
ing plaees hereinafter designated on
the 2nd day of May, A D ISH3. h
tue.-n the hours or scv.t. o'clock .i
m. and seven o clock p. m . of said
da, during which time the polls w-HF
remalu open In ench of said wards, i
for the purpose of submitting to the j
taxpayers of aid Ogden City school ;
district, entitled to vote thereat, and
voting upon, tho question of wbethn
or not bouds of said district In the
amount of seventy-five thousand
(75.OO0.00) dollars, each of the de
nomination of one thousand ($1,000.-!
00 dollars, bearing Interest at the
rate of four and one-half per o-n' ,
pel annum from date of lwue. pay
able s. -ml -annually. In accordance;
with Interest coupons to be attached
thereto and running for B period of
twenty 1 20 J years, with reservation of
J. J. BRUMMITT I
LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE mm
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank m
I ELEGANT HOME CHEAP HOME K
A new modern bungalow, local- An elegant 4-room cottage with
cd on the bench. In the best rcsl- pantry and closet, city water and
deuce part of the city; six large . ., ., ... , ,. WBi1
I rooms finished In natural wood. electrlc hht- everything In first K
fine Imported paper, electric fix- cla8s condition; near street car WB.L
tures; fine porcelain bath; sta- line; near ono of the best schools Brv
tiouary wush stand; toilet, hot and in the city; located cloeo In; only R!dr
cold water connections tnroughout , 11200; $100 down, balance $13 per Rft
large basement; strictly modern month, low rate of Interest. Hfc&
and up to date throughout, lot 65 'Ev
by 136 feet to alley, only $3000 CHICKEN RANCH WL
$500 cash, balance $25 per month. Hfc
with low rate of Interest. Located clow in; a little over W...
one acre of land; plenty of water; HF '
PHF AP T OTT good 5-room house; an anundance Hft r'
ytlCjIYL LUl of fruit and shade trees, an ideal K.
Four blocks south of Union de- place to raise chickens and gar- B '
pot, 136 feet deep to alley, $10 den and have a home In the city; WP
per front foot; $10 cash, $10 por only $2000, $200 down, easy WL
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the right to redeem said bonds, or
any of them, at any time after ten
years from date of Issue, shall be
issued and sold to raise money for
the building of a Rvmnasliim within
the limits of said city, and supplying
the same with furniture and neces
sary apparatus, and for building oth
er public school buildings within Ok
den City, If the same be found nec
essary. 'I he following are hereby designat
ed as the polllnR places at said elec
tion within said wards, respectively:
First municipal ward, at the Pln
gree school, corner of 30th street and
Pingreo avenue.
Second municipal ward, at the
Grant school, west side of Grant ave
nue between 22nd and 23rd streets.
Third municipal ward, at the Mound
Fort school, corner of 12th street and
V. ishl nfcton avenue.
Fourth municipal ward, at the Mad
ison school, east side of Madison ave
ai b between 24th and 26th street!
Fifth municipal ward, at the Lewis
school, south side of 28th street, be
tween Washington and Adams ave
nues. And the following named persons
have been appointed as judges of elec
tion thereat namely.
For the First municipal ward, R D
Pincock, Mrs Alice Collins, Henry
M Mack.
For the Second municipal ward. Da
vid W Evans. J E William., W L.
Underwood
For the Third municipal ward. Da
vid M. Shaw, Henry Barker, W W
Crane.
For the Fourth municipal ward. .1
W. Wlntle. H ' Wardlelgh. Walter
Rlchey.
For the Fifth municipal ward C
II Hussey. .1 A. Junk. .1 Wil
cox. By order of the board of education
of Ogden TiU, Utah
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
OGDEN CITY. UTAH
By HYRUM PIKGRBB,
President
Attest-
IVY WILLIAMS.
Clerk.
April 19. 1913. date of first publica
tion. May 1', 1913. date of last publica
tion. RESOLUTION.
Whereas the Merchants Light &
Power company, B corporation, is now
the owner of that certain franchise
granted bv Oden It . I'tah. in an
ordinance passed by the City Council
of Ogden. Utah, on February 8, 1911.
and approved b the mayor of Ogden
City. Utah, on February 9, 1911, giv
ing to A. L Brewer, 3 9 Lewis, M S
Browning, Joseph Scow croft. .1 N
SparRO and A. T Wright the right to
construct, maintain and operate ail
electric heating, lighting and power
system within the limits of Ogden
I City, and
Whereas, In and by Section 10 (Sub
division A) of said franchise. It Is
provided that should the grantees or
their successors or assigns alter ha'
Ing constructed and put In operation
an electric plant and distributive sys
tem for clectr! current as h. rein con-
I templated, desire to sell the same,
then and in that event. Ogden CltJ
Shall have an option to purchase it at
B price eiual to any bona fide offer
which can be obtained from other par
ties; provided, however, that after no
tlce of such offer, the city must, with
In ninety days, elect to purchase, and
must within six months after such
election pay to said granites the pur
chase price of said plant, and
Whereas, the said Merchants' Light
& Power company, 8 corporation, has
constructed and put in operation an
electric plant and distributive system
for electric current, as contemplated
in said franchise, and
Whereas, the said Merchants' Light
A- Power company, a corporation, de
sires to sell said electric plant and
distributive system, and haa an offer
for the purchase of said system by the
Utah Power Light company, a cor
porallon. and has applied to Ogden
City for the privilege of making such
sale; and
Whereas OsdcTi City Is not now in
a position financially to purchase said
electric plant and distributive system,
and is not able to purchase 'he n-imc
and will not be in such finnnrlal con
dition or able to purchase the same
within the next ninety days, or to pay
for the same at any time within six
months aTter the expiration of the
.
next ninety days, as specified Id said Jfc I
ordinance; and fl
Whereas, if Ogden City Insists up- Lw
on the terms of said Section 10 (Sub- 'EJ '-.
division A) it can only delay the sale ft
by said Merchants' Light & Power B
company of said electric p'ant and dis- Mr
tributive system, which will be with- IS,
out advantage to Ogden City or its IB?
citizens; Bj,.
Now therefore, be it resolved by the E
board of commissioners of Ogden City, Pp.
I'tah, that the said Merchants' Light Bt,
& Power company be authorised and
peimitted to sell Its said plant ind jFv
distributive system at this time, and jfejji
the privileges and rlshts reserved to MR'
Ogden "it in Section 10 (Subdivision ffH:
A I of said franchise he, and the gnine jfr1.,
are hereby waived for the purpose of RJ.,
tins transfer, provided that the said
Utah Power A- Light company In re- mrfh
ceivInK and taking the transfer of snld fcj1. -
property undertakes and iprees to Jk.
air out and complete all contracts
heretofore made with Ogden City by
the said Merchants' Light A Power jf11
company, and provided further thnt JR?-.
the said Ogden City does not waive K'
any rights reserved to It In said ordl-
nance (overlnc any future tranpfer ft?
or transfers, should any be made Hlti
C FELL. Mayor pV
1 'resented to Commissioners and
adopted March 4. 1913 V"
GEO A SEAMAN. City Recorder
Stale of Utah, County of Weber, ss K '
l 'orge A Seaman City Recorder afc.
of Ogden City, do hereby certify that H
the foregoing Is a full, true and cor-
rect ropy of a resolution adopted anil fc,
passed by the Board of Commission- ',
erB of Ogden City, Utah, on the 4th
d3 of March, 1913 as appeara of rec- F
ord In my office R
In witness whereof I have hereunto
! sel my hand and affixed ih corporate W- I
seal of Ogden City. Utah, this 24th
da) Of April, A D. 4913 W?T: "
GEO A SEAMAN. City Recorder.
PROGRAM FOR I
BIG CENTENNIAL I
Toledo. O.. April 28 Perry centen
nlal aviation meet for hydroaero
planes; rowing regntta under the aus
pice of the Detroit, Boat club, sanr
tioned by the National Association of
Amateur Oarsmen; canoe regatta for jBSfl
stock and rm lnj canoes and dingeys
under the rules of the American Ca
noe association; swimming carnival
under th supervision of the Central
association of the Amateur Athletic
union, annual championship cutter
races under the direction of the Na
al Militia Regatta association of the
United Stutes. are some of the events
secured for Put-In-Bay in the tw-j
-I.., beginning August 17. and. to bo p
l pari of the celebration of the one f
hundredth anniversary of the battle
of Lake Erie.
The ruL program was arranged at r
a meeting here Sunday of the Inter- 1
aki yachting association committee,
of which Charles D Lynch, ihdtanapo- I '
lis. Is chairman
OU pppB
Gossip Is B cartridge fired from the r
gun of idle curiosity.
Rend the Classified Adv 1
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Stop Paying Rent I
We are building three 5-room modern press
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on easy payments. f
See us before you purchase, we will surely
surprise you with our reasonable prices.
Sec Carl C. Rasmus son
8 350 241h Street Phone 115-

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