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THE OQDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, T.HtTRSDAY, MAY 22, 1913. S p
I READ THIS
Want advertisement cost on cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more linos per week at the rate of
25 cents per line per week, or 75
cent per line per month, Remember
five average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
GOOD girl to cook Mrs. Joe Scow
I croft, 633 26th. 6-20 tf
WANTED a girl for goneral house
work, 2673 Monroe. 5-17-tf
WANTED An experienced girl for
housework, $6 00 per week; no
washing. Inqulro at 818 24th Street.
WANTED a dlshwashor at the Vir
ginia hotel. 6-12-lwk
GIRL to do housework. Mr. I. L.
Clark, 2375 Madison 6-5 tf
WANTED Girls at O. 8. L. Comsy.
Laundry. Apply to manager 4-21-tf
, SITUATIONS WANTED
DRESSMAKING sewing by day. All
work guaranteed. 177 28th St
Phone 2162-M 6 -20-lruo
WANTED a Job for a little girl to
learn some of the housekeeping In
small family; at the same address aD
organ for sale 3516 Jefferson.
(U 4 19-lwk
CURTAINS done up Tel 969-M
CURTAINS laundered Piione 1644 W.
J SITUATIONS WANTED
MIDDLE aged man and woman are
in. looking for a place to care for
house, lawn and yard for small wages
anrt house Inquire W. D., care Stand
ard 5 20 It
(T MARRIED man age 22, wants steady
work; handy with tools S. care
HELP W ANTED
BUSHEI.MAN and pressor; one who
does repairing. Nobby Sullonuni,
223 25th St.
THREE rooms, pastry and closet, 2G7
29th d-zu- I
5- ROOM house, close In. 515 00 per
month Inquire 47: L'lst St
A 6-ROOM house for $12 50 per
I month. Call up 612 5-16-lwk
ONE of Rich 8 flats. 2469 Jefferson
Tel C09. Rent, $35 00. 5-9-tf
6- ROOM modern brick house. 2165
Reeves avenue. Rent 520 00 In
qulro at the BlBmark, phone 339.
5-ROOM house. 199 West 30th. In
quire Christensen Shoe Store.
REWARD offered for Iver JohnBon bi
cycle, double bar, stolen 4-1-13, In
tlalB on saddle. F J. T., 23. Call at
Standard office. 4-5-tf
M DIAMOND ring Saturday night. lib-
Hi eral reward. Return 2630 Barlow
K avenue. 1-wk
p TO TRADE.
fTRST-class rooming house of 19
rooms for Ogden Real EBtate. O.
'i A. White, 362 26th St. 6-7-lwk
m BOARD AND ROOM.
fj BOARD with or without room, home
iK cooking a specialty. Phono 1688-W.
Mrs. Kate Cragun, Prop . 2146 Lincoln
fl(f 6-22-1 wk
BOARD and room, 2363 Adams
i ROOM and board; also some table
" 7 boarders. Poplar Heights, 437 24th
--"l BEN LOEWENTH AL 5203 Prairie
Ave , Chicago. Patent Promoter
Expert in patent issues Ogden ref
erence. 6-14 - tf
The end man In a minstrel show
can tell a Joke as well as the next
, WANTED Two rooms down stairs,
($ light housekeeping. Address J O
B., care Standard. 5-19-lwk
THREE-room house, modern Inquire
fi, 2248 Jeff. Phono 1289-M. 5-21-31
PREVENTION OF FLOODS
Washington May 22 Senator
Newlands discussed with President
Wilson today his bill for river regu
lation and prevention of floods. Tho
fj senator said the president was In
sympathy with the principle and
hoped for the accomplishment of a
big project by army engineers
I ' FOR RENT
LATEST modern apartment, new, in
the city on Herrick Ave Phone
1216-J 5-19-1 wk
7-ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith
Grocery, 26lh and Wash. Phono 91.
FOR SALE, HOMESTEADS.
IF YOU want a homestead on im
proved land worth $40 per acre In
Utnh, close to railroad, answer E. H.
B , care Standard
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SEARCH the world Scoop and there-'b
nothing like A & Anything Ever)
body says so. Magic lantern, steam
gauge, hang lamps, cello, drum; 5rm.
brick, close in: terras 6 20 3t
WANTED Clean, wnit old rags, at
tho Standard office. Phono 66. 360
TWO Jersev cows, 1 fresh In 10 days.
247 28th. Phone 653. 6-10-lwk
GOOD lumber. $17 per 1.000 22nd
and Wall. Phone 2309-J 9 20 lwk
A GOOD horse, harness and surrey
Call 3279 Adams. 519-lwk
HOUSEHOLD goodB 771 24th St
RELIABLE Gas Range, six holes, ov
en, broiler, hot water connections,
nearly new, cheap Rear 658 23rd St
5 19 lwk
SHL'BERT piano In good condition
Phone 728-R 2331 Adams 5 19-tl
BABY buggy with top, good springs
and In good condition Phoue
ONE 45 plow plane. 2032 Fair Ave.
FIRST-CLASS furniture for sale 222
23rd St. 6-17-lwk
BE somebody Scoop. Marry Fur
nish wlfle from A & Anything Ev
erybody s doln it Moving picture
muchlne. camera, wagon, cello, Call-i
HIGHEST grade pianos and players
from factory to your homes; good
stock on hand at all times, lowest
prices Easiest terms. Pantone, 2874
Hudson Tel 1209
VIOLINS ilrf rheap. caah or pnv
ments. Pantone, 2S74 Hudson Tel
1209. 4-1 1 lwk
' SECOND-H -WD, four-drawer card
index cabinet. Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and seo It
I KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet 23rd and 24tb Sts Phone
I FULL sized Ink barrels $1.00 apiece
Inquire Even'ulg Standard, 860 24th
S; Phone 50 1-18-tt
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans Kelly 6: Derrick.
MONEY TO LOAN on real e3late.
$100 up. real estate contracts and
I mortgages bought and 6old
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave, Room 11.
LOANS on Improved farm or cltv
property hunter & Kennedy,
4 2 J 24th St , opposite court ho.ise
Money to loan on city and 'arm
property Alv amount, no delar
Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under First
National bark. Phone 301-W.
j MONEY to loan on watches. dia
monds, Jewelr. firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam s Loan Office, established
1885. Tho Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th at. C. H. SniitD, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get it today Cheapest rates,
best and most private tercuo In Utah
i D. D Drake, over Paine tc Hurst.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf
8. C. W HITE Leghorn hcnB of high
est breeding Prices reasonable.
Phono 864-W 6-22 lwk
1000 BABY chicks, Blanchard heavy I
laying strain, for sale tomorrow.
Agency Wblto Hatchery, 3239 Wash
Phono 1806-M. 6-3-lt
HATCHING eggs from eight differ
ent klndt of poultry at reduced
prices for balance of the 6casou. Baby
chicks for sale. Barrows, 3239 Wash
Phone 1806-M. 5-3-tf
BABY chicks for sale. 3239 Wash
ington ave. 1806-M. 4-18-tfj
TWO furnished rooms for light
housekeeping with bath. 456 22nd I
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms;
strictly modem 569 22nd St.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms; gas, bath;
also Bleeping rooms. 427 24lh St.
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave
San Francisco Cal., May 22. Mem
bers of the Bohemian club, who can
not paint, and who aro proud of it.
will hold an exiiositlon Juno 4 if
rublst art The success in New York
of the host Impressionists encouraged
Bohemians who have never drawn
'anything bul a salary to try their
Fort the past fortnight, fifty of the
very latest cubists have been hard at
It with floor palut and furniture var
nish. "Justice' by Supreme Court
Justice Moivin will ahow a waterfall
ot whitewash tumbling over the re
vised statutes He believes it to bo
the most confusing painting ever at
tempted Courtney Ford will show
Alaska before the gold fish.
FOUR rooms furnished. pantry,
clothes closet. Inquire 4 and 6 p.
m , rear 2338 Lincoln. 5-22-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms electric
light and gas 2370 Lincoln Ave
ROOM for gentleman with bath. $2 50
per week Close In, Reference 2341
Adams 6-17 St
FOUR-room apartment, 436 HerrlU.
no chlldrpn 5. 19 Sdays
IDEAL rooms, modern at reasonable
prices, 239 27th St. 5-16-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
wk up. 53G 31st St. 3-13-lyr
MODERN furnished room, with or
without board, 539 23rd. 4-28-lmo
TWO furnished rooms 2054 Farr avo.
Journeymen tailors at Winnipeg.
Canada, demand an Increase of 14 per
50 HEAD of horses for pasturage
Smith Ranch, North 0den
FOR SALE FURNITURE
FURNITURE complete, with stoves
dishes, etc , of four rooms, w ith I
rental of modern house. Call 539 21
IF YOU want double the mileage out j
of your tires with no tiro troubles;
If you want real pleasure In auto-,
mobile riding, let 'us fill them with
Tlmetest Inter-Mountain Timetest
Co. 115W So. Temple, Salt Lake 1
j PARTY with $1000 to $1500 to take
interest In profitable mercantile
business Standard line. It will pay
you to Investigate this- Vidros. i:
J. care Standard. 5-17-lwk
MANUFACTURERS escape compell
tlon in the new and promising field
of middle Canadian west. Rig oppor
tunlties. Write Industrial Commis
sioner, Calgary, Alberta.
I FOR SALE
' LOTS OF LOTS
Any location I bought them cheap
Will "boM them the same. 4ixl3S feet
to alley on south bench, the coming
40x132 feet to allev near 25th and
Van Buren See these $625.00
40x120 feet near 29th and Washing
ton A big bargain at $750.00.
See this dandy little four mom mod
ern brick cottage, dose in on bench
Small payment down, balance same
as rent. Price- 12,000.00
I All nroperiies shown with auto
E. W. CANNADY
2411 Washington. Room 11.
! FOUR room house, and furniture:
about 1 acre land, everything on I
the ground; chirkens and coop, burn
j with horse and harness, buggy l'ri
$125"'. hall down, balance on tonus
Phone 2152-J 5-21-lwkj
5- ROOM. brick, all furnished, with pi
ano, $2000 down, 942 28th. phone
TllUhlvroom frame house, buyer
must moc from premises Inquire,
2532 Jefferson. 5-19-lwk
THE Lawrence tenement house, good
furniture and flourishing L u -1 1 1 - -.
for Bale at very reasonable terms
Present landlady desires a smaller
place 2613 Washington ave 5-20-lwk
j 6-ROOM frame house on Monroe, I
near 25tb, a Bnap terms, 125 0
Kelly & Herrick. 5-12-tf
6- ROOM, modern brick, all furnished,!
With piano, ?2000, close in, phone
7-ROOM modern, large lot. close in.
half block from car line. Small cash
6-room brick modern, full basement
lot 66x148, on bench, close to car and I
school; make terms to suit purchas
4-room. modern, one-half block to
car; close In $1700 00
4-room, modern brick, new; close In I
on bench S2400 00
6-room. frnme. modern, good location;
large lot, chicken yard and garden
Building lots on 25th St. Deuch, 50x
132 ft. ea h $300 00
See us for bargains In residences or
building lots. Wo write insurance.
Phone 301-W Mathews-Mc( ulloch
Co, under First National Bank 5-14-lf
SIX-ROOM frame house; cellar, barn,
fruit trees, 1700 down Eay terms
1Z Washington Ave 5-lS-lwk
AN Ideal home. I acre ground en
tirely planted in beanng fruit trees
and gardt.i Full water right, eight
room house, brick cellar, large barn
and chlckc-n houses Cheap if taken
soon . Inquire 1902 Jackson. 5-13-lwk
BUNGALOW cottage, South Washing
ton avenue Inquire Owner. Tel
NEW 4-rm house. 1 bio k from Main
St. car line, schools Stores, south
porch, cement cellur, electric light
Lot 40x128 to is - ft allev at rear A
J bargain Part cash, balance on time.
Owner 710 E. 7th St. 6-7-ti
St Louis. May 22. George Stovall.
suspended manager of the St. Louis
Americans, was reinstated by Presi
dent Johnnon of the American leagm
today on condition that ho pay a fine
and write a letter of apology to Um
pire Charles Ferguson, on whom he
spit while p'nying In a game here Stay
.t The amount of the flntj was nol
FOR SALE Close In. I acre, $900.
$50 down, $10 month. Excellent I
soil. Phone 913. 6-9-tf
-ACRE orchard, new four room
house, closeta, pantry, porches, etc
Water in house, electric lights. Will
bo sold at a bargain. 740 E. 7th St
MUST leave town account of health.
bargain If taken at once, 5 room
modern brick house, 2227 Washington
ONE modern room residence; two
modern 5-room cottages; three
Choice residence lots. All close to
High School Phone 1637-R 6-6-tr
FIVE POINTS Candy Kltcften, 236
Washington Ave. Want to retire
SIX-ROOM brick house on 29th St..
$lsno Termi to suit buyer So
McGregor Bros, 428 2Sth St 4-12-lmo
HERB'S a bargain in the best peach I
belt Flue orchard of bearing trees I
The farm will pay 1-2 tho purchase
price this year At least 1000 cases'
of berries In sight Good 3 -room
house, stable and sheds, 6 shares of
water worth $600 00. Must be sold at
odco NewtOtt-Burnham Co., 2349 1-2
Wash At 'he sign of the Bungalow
FOR SALE A o-room house, lot 92
feet by 165 feet; price $2,200. Call
2742 Monroe :ienue 5-22-lwk
COTTAGE CLOSE IN
BEST BUY IN TOWN TODAY
5-room modern brick No car fare
close to high priced property that is
rapidly advancing in value. Must be
sold within a few days. This Is tho
snap you have been looking for Don't
phone about this but come to my of
flee today and see the property.
Price $3850; part cash.
C D IVES, 330 25th St.
CATTLE RANCH FOR SALE
400 ACRICS Large range and water, j
C D IVES, 380 25TH STREET
GARDEN LAND FOR SALE
5 A REJS and water, $1250 Easy
C. D IVES, 380 25TH STREET
acre, 3-room house, in. town 18Q0
1 acre. 8-room houso. iu town $45Hi1
2 acres; 3-room house. In town $2500
2 acres: 5-room house, fine
chicken ranch $5500
L'U A 4-room horse on carline..! 1600
4 -A. fruit farm. I room house $4rou
;,, A. in Brigham. all In fruit $3000
J0-A. farm, close In . . 11000
20-A. farm 2 houses barn $I70i
Vacant lots In all parts of the city.
All prices Your own terms.
At the sign of the Bungalow.
Advertisements 111 this column
cost 76c per line per montii, pay
able in advance.
DONE in all lengths 25GS Cole t
Court, rear 240 26th til. Tel 17LJ-U
LAWYER O CO.JNOLlY. tovcr Nye I
Clothing Stoic; 241 W ash avo.
E. T. HULAN1SKJ. First National
Bank bldg. I2-U-U
J WILSON Book and loc e "eaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs, 2465
Waah Phono 850. 12-30-lmo
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard room. 2452 Grant
ave. NOT THE BIGGEST HUT THE
BBBT. Wo have the coziest cozy Bil
liard Room in Ogden. and all standard
Mgh grade; no cheap; four slato ta
bles at Baker's.
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS
WICK BALK 5x10 miliar and Pool
tables Well ventilated rooms Tho
Cozy, 326 25th.
LISTEN here! Madame Yogis tho
greatest foreseer, astrologist. palm
and rard render. Call and bo con
rlnced 13- 1-2 25th Newdale Room
ing House. 5-5-lmo
F. J FREENOIt, Graduato Chiroprac
tor. Incurables and female trou
bles my specialty Consultation free.
Room IS-14. 2411 Washington Ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Pbc.id for up.
holitenaK. mattresn mmkin. r
itrelehlug of oed eprlngt
'the CRFSTON Steam heated, hot
and cold water, every room, new
and modern. 50c and up. Twenty
fifth itreet, opposite City park.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono ua up. We
will call lor it- TeL 210.
PAINTING, PAPERH ANQING j
PAFNTING, paperhanglng and tinting 1
Y den Hortog, phone 671-R.
OR. A. FF.RNLUND, PhyTlcTan a7d
urreon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. I
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave, Phon
IdC-V Residence phone 2129-W. 646
WAtl-ington arenua. 4-11-tf
PAPER CLEANING I
JAMES THOMPSON Lhc pert pTpTr
cleaning, rough and painted wall
and burlap. All work guaranteed.
Phono 116. 2341 Jackson avenue. I
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St j
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
FIRST-CLASS music furnished for
dances and parties; new and pop
ular tune6; a trial means a steady
Job Call us up for prices Phone
BOMB people say they do not take a
good picture Did you ever try
Crawshaw? Studio. 2U' 25th st
WOODY I-KINTINC CO Wo do good
work. 2465 Wash ave Pbone 850
B. F. THOMAS. Job Printing. 2476
Washington Ave. Phone 1237.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 454,
or mail card If you wiBh us to call
with samples. Offico Spargo 8
SUMMERILL'S two stores, 2304
WashinK'on avenue and at 21311
Jefferson avenues Stoves both new
and second hand. Repairs for all
makes of stoves W'o grind lawn
mowers. Our telephone number Is
OLD reliablo companies that pay.
C. D. IVES, Agent. JSd 26th SU
YOUR garbage biuled regular. San
itary can furnished free. Sanitary
Garbage & Waste Paper Co. Phouo.
620. 2438V6 Wash Ave.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.
2i"28 Grant. Bell phono 2018-W
MRS C E LEE, 2345 Grant Bring
combings In afternoon.
ONE DOLLAR p - day. de.iverod and
called for Electric Servico Co,
Phono 88 Up 24th st.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
-lolbing and ihoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, alio trunks and sultcises
cheap. A Sluer, Phone 1j2i 179 1-2
Tw.nt--fifth St. 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wr.ah
lngton ave.; 2d-hand fjrniture of
all kinds bought and told, prices
which no other ate re can equaL
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
BARN with lights aud water, 674
23rd St. 4-30-tf
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close In
C. D. IVES, 380 25th 3t 1-15-lyr
MASONIC Queen Estucr chapter
No. 4, O E S, mgular met-tlnts held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave.
between 26th and 86th slu.. the first
and third Fridays ol e;ich mouth. So
journing members cordially incited to
attend Fonnio M. Whlttunore, W.
M., Callio E tavo. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. IS. F. & A. M ,
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
uxeuuo Meetings every Wednesday
ovenlng at 7.3t o'clock. Members ot
biMtor lodges and sojourning bri-turca
cordially invited to atteud S W
Wherry. W. M. Felix X .Moore, Sec
retary. LADIES ot tho Maccaueer. o.,ver hive
No. 1, L. O. T. M.. mtoia every
first and third Thursday evtmnga at
b o'clock, and wery second ami loLrtb
Tburbday afiernoonc at 2:30 o'clock.
I iu LuMes' nail. 4ii Hudson ave Vio
lung members ccrdlaib :nitcd to it-
' lend. Kathryn EgglfSlon. L. Q, L.
jnnio Prout, R. kL
Stiver Tent No. 1, Macabees of the
World, meot scond and tourth Mon
day nlghtb at 8 o'clock p. m. All vib
Itini; Sir Kuigbu cordlalb Invited,
B. A. STEPHENSON.
W. B. OGLETUEE,
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, mceta every Wednesday
night at 7.30 o'clock, K. of P halL
' Visiting neighbors invited Uuea can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Rldge, M D.,
57-68 Lwl block. Addlo Haker. Q
N., 130 W. .:7th St. Uarlfl Crites, Clwrk,
2731 Monroe avenue
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 121S, Order of Owls, meets ev
en Friday evening In their own hall
(the old L'H ciub rooms) at 8
O'clock. Visiting Hrother Owls are ln
rlted to attend the neat meeUngs. I.
C. Btntnett, President. J. Oliver. Sec
i rotary, 2416 Wash. Avo.
Queen City Rebokah Lodge No. 4,
L O. O F., meeta second aud fourth
Friday oveulngs at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members Invited Lula Claud
man, N. G.; Emma Meld. Reconlulg
Secretary. 718 Twenty-tLirU street.
J.J. BRUMMITT I
LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE I
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank H
FOR RENT I
Forty acres of good land, already broken l f
up;Ten acres of this land will raise good fl
squash, pumpkin or potatoes; the balance will '
raise almost any kind of crop grown in this '
part of the country. Will rent for very small .'
cash rent, or part of crop. Located within one I
and one half miles of the City Hall.
1 PLENTY OF WATER I
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No 7 4 nioets In K. of P hall In
the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited
to attend. D D Smith, C. C , E Auth.
Clt-rk. First National Bank building.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nlghtB of each month at 8 p. m., at
the Odd Fellows hall Visiting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Flnlcy, M D, room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle. 24.V1 Harrison Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Fraternal Order 3t Eagles Ogden
I aerlo No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles ball,
Hudson rue., at 8 o'clock. Visiting
I brother Eagles aro invited to attend
the aerie meetiugs. Club rooms open
I at 11 a m. J W Griffin, W. Presi
dent. E R Geiger, secretary. Dr. C
E. Wardle'gh. Aerie Physician.
I Sego Lily Circle No. 174 mceta bt
erj Eecond and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p m . In 1. O. O. F. halJ. '
Visiting neighbors cordially invited
Mary E. Bllxt, G N., 451 31st St. Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Dell phon 1247-J.
Kniphts of Pythias Ogden lodge
N'o 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
1 aatle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening . All K of
P's are requested to meet with us
W H Luddington, C. C , W G. Kind.
M. of E., W. L Underwood, K ot R.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No 9990 meets every first and
third lucsday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P hall. Twenty-fourth sL and
Washington av6. 'lsltlng members
invited W H. Dranoy, Consul, J
: M. Shaler, Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
I Ogden Homestead. No. 1505, meets on
I 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K.
' P hall. Visiting Archers aro cordially
, Invited to meet with us Addle L. Wil
liams, Foreman. ISO Twenty-first
street J A. Juck. Correspondent,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby giveu by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of the intention of said board to make
the following described Improvements,
To create both sides of Qulncy av
enue from 20th to 22nd streets, and
the West side of Crant avenue from
19th to 20th streets as a sidewalk dis
trict and to build therein concrete
sidewalks four Inches in thickness
and fle fe-f in width, together with
the necessary grading, and to defray
the whole of the cost theerof, estimat
ed at 11,726.00, by a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground ly
ing and being within the following
district, being the district to be bene
fited or affected by said Improve
1 rucnts. viz:
All the lnnd lying between the out-
r boundary lines of said avenues and
a line drawn 50 feet outward from and
, irallel to the said outer boundarv
Ml protests and object Ions to the car
rylng out of said Intention must be
presented In writing to the City Re
oorder on or before tho 24th day of
I May. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m , that
I being the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
uud consider such objections as may
he made thereto, at the Mayor's office
at the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah
By order of the Board of Comrala
sloners of Ogden City, Utah
Dat..d this 29th duv of April. 1913.
A G. FELL, Muyor '
H J CRAVEN. City Engineer
! Firs', publication May 1. 1913
j Last publication May 23. 1913.
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS
Stale of Utah. County of Weber.
Ogden City, as.
1 havo in my possession the follow
I in described estray animals; which, if
not claimed nnd taken away, will be
sold to the highest cash bidder at
184S Washington avenue. In Ogden
City, Utah, on Saturday, the 31st duy
of May. 1913, at the hour of 1 p. m
One light grey mare, lump on left
front foot, blotted brand on right thigh
shoes n. weight about (800) Elghl
Hundred Pounds. About (101 Ten
Said estrays sere taken up by me
in said city on the 18th day of Ma;.
PR NK A NAISBETT.
Poundkeeper 01 Ogdeu City, Utah
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby glvn by the Board
of Commission, rs of Ogdeu City, Utah,
ot the Intention of said board to make
the following ill-scribed improvements
To create Seventh street from
Waahlngton to Madison avenues as a
sidewalk district, and to build therein
concrete sidewalks four Inches iu
thickness and four feet In width, to
gether with the necessary grading,
and to defray the whole of the cost
thereof, estimated at fl.684.00, by a
local assessment upon the lots or
pieces of ground lying and being with
in the following district, boing the dls
trlct to be benefited or affected by
said Improvements, viz:
All of ths land lying between tho
outer boundary lines of said street,
and a line drawn 50 feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said Intention must f
be presented In writing to the City j. I
Eli 'order on or before tho 24th dav of f
May, 1913. r.t in o'clock a m . that I
Ij lng the time set by said Board of f
Commissioners when they will hear t
and consider 6uch objections as may
bo made thereto, at the Ma.-or's office
at the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah f
By order of the Board of Commls-
sioners of Ogden City. Utah !
Dated this 29th day of April. 1913. f
A. G. FELL, Mayor I
H J CRA EN. City Engineer. I
J First publication May 1, 1913
Last publication May 23, 1913. j
NOTICE TO WATER USERS. f
State Engineer's Office,
Salt Lake City, Utah, April 29. I
Notice Is hereby given that Wll I
liam Glasmann, whose post office ad- 1
dress is Ogden. Utah, has mude ap- I
plication in accordance with the re- I
(juirements of tho Compiled Laws of I
Utah, Pji7, as amended by the Sea
Slon Laws ol Utah, 1909 and 1911, to
impropriate one hundred fifty (150) J
cubic feet of water per second from j
the South Fork of Ogden River. We
ber County. Utah Said water will be I
diverted at a point which lies St0
feet south of the north quarter cor I
nor of Section 14. Township 6 north. i
Range 1 east, Salt Lake base and I
meridian, from where It will be con- I
veyed by means of a canal, pipe line
and a flume for a distance of 105,- I
'ion feet and there used from Janu
ary 1 to December 31 inclusive, of
each year, to irrigate 48,000 acres of j
land ombracod in Sections 3. 4, 5 S, 9, I
10, 1 1, 14, 15. 16, 17, 18 20, 2i, 22, j
23, 24, 25. 26, and 27. Township 5
north, Range 1 west, Sections 3, 4,
9. 10. 15. 16. 22. 27, 34. and 35, Town
ship 0 north Range 1 west, Sections
19. 20, 21, 22, 27. 28, 29, 33 and 34,
Township 7 north, Rango 1 west,
Sections 16 19. 20, 21, 22. 23. 26, 27.
28, 29, 30. 31 and 32. Township 7 I
north. Range 2 west Sections 4, 5. 6,
7. 8. 9, 17. 18, 19. 30 and 31. Town- I
ship 5 north. Rango 2 west. Sec- I
tions 15, 16, 17. 19, 20, 21. 22. 23,
24. 25. 26. 27, 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Town- j
ship 6 north Range 2 west. Sections
1. 2. 11. 12. 13, 14. 23. 24. 25' 36, I
Township 5 north. Range 3 west. Salt
Lake base and meridian. This np-pln-aiion
Is designated in the State
Engineer's Office as No. 4964
All protests against the granting '
if said application, stating the reas
ins therefor, must be made by af- I
ridavlt In duplicate and filed in this
office within thirty (30) days aftor 1
the completion of the publication of
W D BEERS, State Engineer j
Dale of first publication May C,
1913, date of completion of publica
tion June 5. 1918;
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of the Intention of said Board to make
the following described improvements,
To create Brlnker avenue from 25th
to 26th Streets, Wall Avenue from
L'inh to 2 1 Rt Streets and 20th Street
from Washington to Wall Avenue, au
a 6ewer district, and to build there
in pipe sewers, connecting with tho
manholes of the present sewer sys
tem and with such other manholes as
may be necessary, and to defray the
I whole of the cost thereof, estimated
I at $4.S60 00, by a local assessment on
Uie lots or pieces of ground lying and
being within the following district,
being tho district to be benefited or
affected by said Improvements, viz
All the land lying between tho out
er boundary lines of said street and
arenues, and a line drawn 132 feet
ouM;-rd from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protestH and objections to the
1 irrviug out of such intention must
i ,. rot-nted sr. wnunx 10 ih.' OH)
Recorder on or before tho 87th day of
May. 1913. at 10 o clock a rn , that
being the time set for said Board of j
1 ommissloners when they will hear
and consider such objections as ma ,
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of
fice at the City Hall. Ogden City.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utab.
Dated this 7th day of April, 1913
A. G. FELL, Mayor
H J CRAVEN, City Engln-T
First publication. May 3rd, 1913
Last publication. May 26tb, 1913.
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