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GrRL for housework. God wages
660 23rd St. G 12-lwk j
GOOD girl or woman lor general
housework. 2148 Lincoln, phone
AN experienced girl or woman for
general housework 432 27th 6 6tf
WANTED a girl for general house
work, 2573 Monroe . 5-17-tf
WANTED Girls at O 8. L Comsy
Laundry Apply to manager. 4-21-tf
YOUNG man for retail store. Refer
ences required. Address P. O. Box
WANTED Experienced bushelman
and tailor Fashion Clothes Shop.
Orpheum Bldg 6-ll-3t '
SHOE or clothing clerk to work Sat
urdays only Good wage I I
Clark & Sons Co.
WASHING to take home or work by
the dav. 2929 Filigree Ae.
WOMAN wants work by the day Call
DRESSMAKING--sewing by day. All
work guaranteed 177 28tb 51
Phone 2162-M 5 -90-1 mo
CURTAINS done up Tel. 969-M
SITUATION as assistant bookkeeper;
experienced Phone 246-M
FOR rent two furnished rooma for
light housekeeping; strictly mod
em 2721 Grant Ave 6 12-lwk
ROOMS for housekeeping. 2627 Ad
THREE pleasant furnished roonu for
light housekeeping. Inquire 2368
Lincoln Ave 6 10 lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms on
ground floor, 2769 Grant Ave.
THREE furnished rooms. Call even
ings or Sundas 2846 Hudson
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wk. up 530 31et St 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave.
RICH flats, 2465 Jeff. Phone 609
PEERY apartment. Apply D. H.
Peeiy Estate 6-11-lwk
TWO unfurnished rooms nnd closet
for lady or man and wife, 2133
Grant Ave. 6-9-lwk
APARTMENT In basement free to
partlee for looking afier place 224S
Jefferson Tel 1289 M 6-7-1 wk
2 FRONT rooms, water and lights I
Phone 775-M. 5-27-lmo
COREY apartments, modern and rea
sonable. 2&6G Washington ave
7 ROOM flat unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery, 26th and Wash Phone 51.
FOUR-room modem house. Rear
315 27th No children. 6-13-lwk
ONE five-room brick house with baih
Rent, 17 r,0 per month 30th St . be
I tween Wall and Pacific Phone 612
FOI R room brick, large lot. ham and i
cellar. 317 12th St 6 10 lwk
I FOUR-roomed modern bric k house
2C70 Lincoln avenue. Phone 707-W.
FIVE-room bungalow. 2353 Monroe
I " ROOM modern frame. Inquire Phone
2341-W 5-23-1 mo
7 Room modern on bench $26,
C. D. IVES. 330 25th ST
( 5-231 mo
I SlX room house, modern, south f as'
corner 27th and Grant Phone
2019 W p)l 2634 Grant. 5-1 It
I b-ROOM modem brick house, 216G
Reeves avenua. Rent $20 00 In
l quire at the Blsmark, phono 339
5-ROOM house 199 West lth. In
quire ChrlMensen Shoo Store
! A Michigan editor might scrutin-
lze the beverages of a public man,
but no Ketucky editor would be gull-
ty of such a vlolatlou of the ethics i
NICELY furnished 3-room apartment,
modern, Ideal location no children
2341 Adams 6-7-lwk
STILWELL apartments. 28th and
Grant, completely furnished, mod
'rn apartments, reasonable prices
Phone 1028. 6 4-13
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. Lights, bath. gas. 2613
Washington Ave. 6-13-lwk
TWO or four nice furnished house
keeping rooms. 166 W 30tb St
6 in lwk
FURNISHED rooms, 2333 Adams.
THREE rooms, clothes closet and
pantry; furnished for housekeep
ing 2220 Lincoln 3 ' I
7 ROOMS, furnished, 2522 Orchard;
close in. $35.00. Phone 480 6-12-lwk
SE EN rooms, modern in good con
dition 639 23rd St 6-9-lmoi
LATEST modern apartments, partly!
furnished Herrlck Ave Phone i
1216-.T. 6-7-1 wk
THREE room nicely furnished house,
modern 2248 Jefferson Telephone
1289-M 6 7 lwk
FURNISHED house, modern Phone
FIVE-room modern furnished house.
i' 74 Washington avenue See own
or 6-7 lwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST grade pianos and self play
ers at lowest prices and terms We
do tuning and repairing also. Pantone,
2874 Hudson. Phone 1209. 6-13-It
I 1 l-2HORSE-powor gasoline motor
including pumping Jack Entirely
'new. Leaving town. Phone 478-R
I 1470 CahOOD Ave 6-9-lwk
1913 MODEL. Motor Cycles and Mo
tor Boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used Mo
tor Cycles. Write us today. Enclose
stamp for replv Address Lock Rox
11. Trenton. Mich 6-H-14i
NEW No. 5 Oliver Print type; half
price. Will trade on motorcycle,
terms Phone 355 -M
ONE 2-year-old and one yearling rou-i-tored
Jersey hulls for sale Phono
2254 -W.. Foulger Co., 738 24th St.
'heap for cash, owing to a change
In our pres6 room the following are
offered for sale. Can be seen at the
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
with seven (7) 12 1-2 inch drop hang
ers. 132 -inch 6 1-2 face wood pulley.
1 18-Inch 6 1-2 face wood pulley.
1 14 -inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 15-Inch 8 1-2 face steel pulley
1 12-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 17-Inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 24 -Inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
The-e are all split pulleys and can
be used upon any size 6haftlng
ONE good motorcycle for sale at
2658 Monroe. Cheap 6 10 lwk
REST grade of gravel for cement
$1.00 load delivered. Phone 270W.
6 I" lwk
ADS that add fame to your name and
dollars to your till A and Any-
thing headquarters here, hindquar
ters, everv where Wanted 91 kows.
'J 13 keys. Bel 333 W. C 9 3 t
FOR SALE Runabout auto; good
condition Will trade for motor
cycle. Phone 130GR.
TWO Shetland ponies, well broken
and gentle; also one pony buggy and
harness. J T Hales, 1417 Washin;
lon avenue. 6-6-tf
SH CHERT piano In goo, condition.
Phone 723-R. 2331 Adams. 6-19-tf
WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at!
tho Standard office Phone 56. 360 '
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave.. beU 22rd and 24tb Sis Phone
FILL sized Ink barrels, Jinn apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard. 360 21th
8i. Phone 56 1-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy, 2478 Washington. 6 -1 1 -1 1
HONEY ou first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly Horrick.
MONET TO LOAN on real estato,
100 up; real estato contracts and
mortgages bought and Bold
B1CHSEL INVESTMENT CO
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
LOAN'S on Improved farm or city
property. HUNTER &. KENNEDY,
423 24lb SL, opposite court, house-
Money to loan on city and farm
propecty. Any amount, no delav
Mathewe-McCuIloeh Co. under First
National bark. Phono 301 -W.
MONEY to loan on watches. dismount-,
jewelrj. firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam V Loin Office, established
1885. The Money Leaders of Ugden
278 25th L C. H Smitn, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can get it today Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms In Utah
D. D. Drake, over Paine A Hurst.
MONEY to lean on real estate secur
er J .1 lnmnltt .o7f
STORE FOR RENT
2462 GRANT avenue, 9mall store room
Apply Mayor's office 6-3 lwk
2238 WASHINGTON. 2-Story brkk
building for store room 1000 feet
deep full basement, reasonable rent
al to right party. Apply Mavor's of
fice. I FOR SALE
FOR SALE 759 acres In Davis and
Webr-r county as follows; All of
section 81; 6N , IE. N 1-2 S 1-2 and
S E 1-4 S E. 1-4 of 26; 6N., 1 W.,
price $3 50 per acre; easy terms F
W Schneider. 2710 Cottage (irov
Ave.. Chicago, 111 6-12-lwk
FARMS FOR SALE
50 to 75 ACRES of the very best soil.
with good water right Nearly all
in alfalfa and timothy hay. Soil and
location can't be beat for garden and
berries. All farm and haying equip
ment and large team. Thi property
is within two hours drive from Ogden.
It has to be sold quick so will make
It the best buy in the slate for you
at $80 per acre. Terms for part We
also have a fine arm of so acres near
Garland for sale at snap H. M.
Harrows Co., 2464 1-2 Washington
FOR a few days only. A lot 53x132
on Brlnker aenue near 2ith street,
tho best located and cheapest resi
d nre lot In Ogden "
Under First National Bank.
SMALL fruit farm close In. Bargain
C. D. IVES. 380 25TH ST.
6-ROOM modern brick, all furnished.!
with piano, J2000. closo in. phone
j 1388-J. 6-15-lmo
Don't do it For a small amount
i down you can move into a dainty lit
: tie new, modern bungalow. Pay the
balance same as rent Fine location '
, Price $2,150.
E. W CANNADY,
2411 WASHINGTON room 11
5- ROOM brick, all furnished, with!
piano, $2000. term:-, closo in; 942 j
28th; phono 1388-J 5-15-lmo
STRICTLY modern hous within a
block from Washington avenue. In
quire 235 M fi-4-lwk
7 ROOM modern, large lot, close In;
half block from car line. Small cash
, nt $1900.00
6- room brick, modern, full basement,
lot 66x148. on bench; close to enr and
school, make terms to buit purchas
4-room. modern; one-half block to
car, close In $'.70000
4-room. modern brick, new; close In
on bench $2400.00
6-room. frame, modern, good location;
largo lot, chicken jard and garden
Building lots on 25th St Bench. BOX
132 ft, each $300 00
See us for bargains in residences or
building lots. We write Insurance
Phone 801 -W, Mathew a-McjCultoch I
Co., under First National Bank 6-14-tf
IN splendid location, only $16 per
acre and up; easy terms; we have'
16.000 acres of sub-Irrigated, irrigated
and dry farm land to sell on very easy
terms; land very productive, yielding
from 80 to $14o jer acre each season;
climate Ideal; opportunity best in th'
United States to get a home and farm ;
cheap and easy Uml selling fast
Belter write phone, or call on
HU8SEY, WOODS REALTY CO..
2111 Washington Ave, Ogden. Utah
Phone 393. 8-4-lwk
A HOME SNAP
WE offer for sale In the northwest
part of the city, close to tho railway
ofllces and wholesale district a mod
ern live room house, east iront. lot
5oxl62, lawn, shade, garden. Chicken I
run and sheds This property will
readily rent, nnd is worth fu per cent
more than we ask for it Our prit S
for a few days only $1,500.00. $400.00 '
cash, balance to suit the purchaser.1
See us quick if inlerested.
Under First National Bank.
$3,350 BUYS Rood lot, 82x132 ft with
two good frame houses, one 5-room,
one 4-room tjood east side location.
Terms. H M , rare Standard Office.
Fine modern 6-room house, furnace
heated, gas in this summer. On car,
line. Oood neighborhood. $:;300 if)
6-room modern bungalow. To make'
quick sale we will take $2000; $300'
down, your own terms on the balance.
At the Sign of the Bungalow.
Phone 1 39
FARM TO TRADE.
TARM near town for house, close in
C. D. IVES, 3S0 25th St l-15-lyr
Son, why don't you play circus? It a
neat tnri First, you make a saw
-When- II I get any sawdust, dad?
"Here's the saw Jus! saw some of
i hat rordwood Into stove lengths. You
can hnve all the sawdust you make '
The merchants of Chattanooga have i
raised $26,000 lor the building of a .
"Great White Way" half a mile In I
BAY mare, weight about 1000 IbeJ
branded combination EFHR on left'
shoulder; reward. J, m. Folkman, R
F. D. No 5, Ogden, Utah. 6-7-lwkj
IRON gray horse. 3 yrs old, white
feet and star on forehead. 2575 Jeff
AN umbrella, Clydo written on han
dle. Return NMIllams Music Store
Reward. e io lwk
PILLOW sham, between 27th St. and
Md. Fort Finder call 969-M
LOST OR STOLEN.
ONE bay mare, branded T" on left
shoulder, star In forehead: wire cut
scar on left foot; weight about 900
Phono 439W. Reward. io gj
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD and room 2236 Grant Ave
ROOM and board; also some table
boarders Poplar Heights. 437 24th
HAVE proposition for lady or gentle
man with small capital good dem
onstrators that Is a money maker,
pleasant work, room 2, 3.;o L'-ith 35
6 7-lwk j
BEN LOEWENTHAL 5203 Prairie
Ave. Chicago Patent Promoter!
Expert in patent Issues. Ogden ref-
'COOLING THE HOME IN SUMMER.
Fan Hints for Keeping the Rooms
Cool During the Hot Days.
The electric fan was more of a
curiosity than anything else until a
very few years ago. Only In the hlgh
l er priced hotels and in the private
(offices of the wealthy were elfctric
fans to be found 10 any extent. Now
they are common enough everywhere
and we enjox their gentle breeze in
railroad and subway trains, in dining
rooms, reception rooms, offices shops
and st"res and in the home.
The electric fan needs no care oth
er than an occasional oiling. This
oiling should not be too generous, Just
a drop or two now and then will be
sufficient. Too much oil will leak out
and run down the fan pedestal .r will
be whirled out on the blades nud
j spattered over everything within'
range. The location of the fan where
It will do the inns' good, and the leat '
harm, is all important. It Is not good
policy to place the fan so it blows
direetl on a person. The steady
breeze will cool the body too quickly I
and is apt to load to colds and lam'
ness. If a breeze is desired the fan
should be so placed that tho air Is
n fleeted" from the walls and thus
thoroughly scattered to all parts of
the room Turn the fan towards the
wall, at a sharp angle, and In this
way it will move all the air in the
rom. The fan can also bo placed
on a high mantel so it will keep the
I upper air. which Is always warmest,,
in continuous motion.
Often enough the temperature out-!
doors will drop very quickly Gen- j
erallv the change follows the goln
down of the sun. or a thunder sho
er. This will leave the house full of I
hot air If there Is no wind blowing 1
It would take a long time to cool off
the interior of each room without the
aid of a fan In this case place the
fan on the widow ledge so t can pump
Olll the hot air. By opening another
window opposite the fan the cool air
of outdoors will rush In to replace the
expelled heuted air By placing a
good fan In a window upstairs the en
tire house can be qulckh cooled in
this way. Generally the nights are
cool following the hottest day The
thermometer will .show thai it Is the
house which is hot, not the air out- '
door6. By replacing the heated air
of the house interior with the cool air 1
of outdoors the rooms can be quickly
cooled and made comfortable for
The electric fan is als of great
alue as a entilator. By arranging
a bracket in the kitchen near the top
of a window the fan can be used to
blow the smoke, odors and heat of '
cooking outdoors and the kitchen an
be made more tonantable. The odors
of cooking, steam, fumes, etc., gather
in the upper air near the celling. B) j
placing the fan near tho coiling these
fumes can bo all blown outside. This
will keep the kitchen cooler and pre
vent tho odors from permeating the
entire house. The elc trie fan Is also
of value In keeping flies out of the
house. Flies do not like the electric !
fan. They will not remain where the
fan Is buzzing.
It is rather difficult to operate a
fan In the average bedroom. It can
not be safely placed on a chair, as
it will "creep" and fall off. If placed '
on the dresser It will make 100 much
noise owing to the sounding-board
effect of hollow furniture. The best 1
way is to fasten it to the window
ledge with two small screws. Every
fan Is provided with holes for screw
ing It fast as desired These thumb
screws can be easily and quickly ad-
ijici.mI makincr the Ian secure nn.l in "
no danger of falling off the window
lu the night The cord and switch
can U- located near the head of the
bed within easy reach of the sleeper,
so that the fan ean be turned on and
Ofl at will. If placed on the first
speed the fan will make practically
no noise and can sately he operated
all night. It is Immaterial whether
the fan pumps fresh air Into the room
or sucks the used air out, the effect
being the same
Advertisements in ting column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE In all lengths 2S6R Cole -Court,
rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-M
LaVyER O COWNOLLY. (oTor Nye's
Clothing Store.) 2411 Waah av.
IbT T. HUL.4.NISKT, First National
r-, -,V iy.li.'
J. J. BRUMMITT
Loans -Insurance-Real Estate
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
Elegant Home Brummitt's Addition
new modern bungalow, located on the bench. 1 hav number of the most desirable lots In
In the best residence part of the city , six largo Brummitt's Addition for sale at $101 per lot. These
rooms finished In natural wood; fine Imported pa- are bput a block from a new $35,000 school build- R
per, electric fixtures, fine porcelain bath; station- Ing which has len recently erected on the corner
ary lavatorv; toilet; hot and cold water connec- of 22nd and Harrison These lots I will close out at c
tlons throughout, large basement, strictly modern W down and $5 per month at low rate of interest
and up-to-date throughout . lot 55x135 feet to alley; , .
only $."5000. $500 rash, balance $25 per month, with LlllCken KanCn
low rate of interest I hnvo one of the most e legant locations for a
rxi of 4. chicken ranch in the city, consisting of a little over
! Din oireei one acre of ground This land slopeR to the south
1! y . , , , , . and weBt. is sandy soli and Is admirable adapted
I own shout 1600 feet front on this street which for a cn)cken panch , near g 'car
I expect to sel during the next day. as long as wnhl rwo hU)s of , h a, h , ff 1
his property lasts, every one win have an pppor- thla propcrtv for ,S00 on any kind of terms,
tunity of securing B building lot on the finest resi
dence street in the clt. verv cheap, on easy terms Mnrlorn Piinrro lrw
at low rate of Interest. I can give anv frontaee de- muuem DUllgdlUW
sired either north or south and any size lot re- A new modern bungalow, located near the Sacred
quired For tho next 3 days I will sell this front- Heart Academy, fhe large, spacious rooms, finish
age at from $6 to 20 per front foot on easy terms. ed in mission oak fine Imported paper. massive
electric chandeliers, fine porcelain bath, toilet, sta.
$1200 tionarv lavoratory. hot and cold water connections
. . throughout, large basement strlctlv modern and up
An elegant lot. 50 feet front running back to t0 dafe 0n)y $3000, on terms to suit This is a
good depth; located within two blocks of the First great snap
National Hank building, going at $1200, $200 down.
balance $20 per month; this is a great snap Fine Lot
Tnr Rnnm T4rmf An ocant lot located on the corner of 25th street
I UUr IUUII1 nume and IacU?on Avenue, lOO by L50 feet, facing south
1 A 4-room home with pantry and closet city water and west, this is one ofthe most elegant lots In
and electric lights, a large lot running back 135 the city for an expensive residence If sold before
feet to 27-foot alley, located close In. for only June 15th, I will sell very cheap Can give any kind
Si tun, 1100 down, balance same as paying rent. of terms desired.
J WILSON Book and locuo !eaf de
vice manufacturer Upttalrs. 24f5
Wash Phono 850. 12-30-lmo
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER S Billiard room. 2452 Grant
ave NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE
BEST Ws nave tho cozier 'ozy Bil
liard Room In Oden, and all standard
high grade, no cheap; four alato tt
oUs at Baker's.
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS
WICK BALK 5x10 Bllllar and Po :
tables. Well ventilated rooms. Tlu
Cozy. 326 25th.
LISTEN here; Madame Yogis the
greatest foreseer, astrologist. palm
and card reader Call and be con
vinced. 132 1 2 25th Newdale Room
ing House. b-12-lmo
F J FREENOR, D C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try
1 hlropractlc (spinal adjustments..!
2411 Washington avenue. Room 14.
I'hone 311. 6-7-tf
K VAN IvAM PEN Phcue S33 for up
holsusriag. mattress mMkLD, re
stretching ot bed spring
KATHRYN BASSETT. instructor of
elocution, for terms anil informa
tion Inquire Phone 2223. 6-'J-lino
CGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono us up. We
will call for It- Tel 210.
PAINTING, paperbanging and tinting
J Lh?u Hartbog. Phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
SR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 ,. m.
Sew Peer) Bldg. Huason Ave. Pnou
I9C-W Residence phone 212a-W. 646
WAsLington eaue. C-ll-U j
I AMES THOMPSON -Expert paper
Cleaning; tough and punned walls
ind burlap. All work guaranteed, i
:Jhono U6. 2341 Jackson avenue
JESBONB given in water color, oil
and pastel al 507 27th 0 10 lwk
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St.
! SOME people say they do not take a
good picture Uid you ever try
Crawshaw? studio. 219 25th st
WOODY PRINTING Cu.-o do good
work 2466 Wash. ave. Phono 860
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phono 404,
or mall card if you wish us to call
with sample Oflico Spargo's.
SANITARY TA OSX
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can furnished free. Sanitary
Garbage & Waste Paper Co. Phoue,
620. 2 138 Mi Wash. Ave.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty Co.,
2728 GraJit. Bell plion 2018-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furnltur-,
iolblng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunk and suitcases
cheap A Slner, Phone 1UL 179 1-2 I
Tw-nty-flfth St i-13-ljrr.
I X L FURNITURE! store, 2227 Wash
injtun ave., 2d -band furniture of
til kinds bought and sold, prices
which bo other tur can equal.
TAILOR MADE CORSETS.
I SliRRELLA Corsets. .Mrs. Smith,
464 24th 66-lmo
ONE DOLLAR pi - day. delivered and
called for. Electric Service Co,
Phono 88. Up 24th sL
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. K. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave.
between 25th and 26th sis., tho first
and third Pudays ot each month. So
journing members cordially invited to
attend. I annle M. Whlilemore, W.
i M., La. 'j E. Lave, Secretary.
Unit Lodge No. 18, F. &. A. M .
Masonic iemple, 2550 Washington
uicuuu. Meetings every Wenesduj
o. tiling at 7.Ju o clock. Members ol
sister lodges and Bojournmg brethren
cordially incited to attend. S. W.
Wherry, W. M. Fux T. Moore, Sec
retary. LALl.S of :he Maeaoees, Oliver hive
No. 1, L. U. T. M meets evuo
Lubi anu uiud Tuuruay eeuings ai
s o ciocK, anu every bcuiuu and lourtU
luardu aUernoua ac X:30 o clue.,
.a IbaigiM Uail, Ji-ii Hudson av. Vis
aing uiembers ccrdidiij .nited to al
Lena, .. Egt lesion, L. C. L.
jeuum rioui, R ii.
Sliver Tent No. 1, Macabees of the
Worlo, meet second and luurib Mon
day uighu at a o cjoca y. m. All vui
tLiL0 blr Kniguta o. u . . . invited.
E. A. BTAPUsSNSON.
. B. OGLLIKEE,
Queen City RebtKan Lodge No. 4,
1 u U. P. meetj second and lourih
1-riuay eveuings at Jdd ITelloWB hall.
isiting member invited Lula Claud
man, U , Euiwa Meid, Recordmg
oecretary, tlo Twenty-third street.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets eory v ednedduy
night a.i 7:80 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbor;. Invited Dues can
be paw Ui Ur. aiko M. Ridge. M. D.,
67 -Ob L.eis Hock. Addlo Baker, G.
N , 130 W 27lh St. Mario Crltes, Ciork,
ilil ... avenue.
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 121S, Order of Owls, meets ev
en Friday evening lO their own hdll
ttiie old Elk ciub rooms; at J
o'clock. Visiting Lrother uwls are in
iied to utiend the aest meetings. 1
C. Emmett, President, J Ulhcr, Sec
relur, 2110 Wash. Ao.
1 Woodmen f the World Weber
Lamp No 7 4 meets in K. of P. hall m
ihe Utah National bank building cv
cry 1 hur&da evening at i o'clock.
isltlug Woodmen cordially invited
to atlcud. D D. buiith, C. C, E Auth,
Clerk, First National Bauk building.
Royal Neighbors of America Meeta
eer nrs: and third Wednesday
hi- .is of each month al S p. in . at
tho Odd FellOWS ball. Visiting neigh
bors lavlted. Duos can be paid to
Mr. Auua Rles-Klnley, U. D., room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle 8453 Harrison. Lilliau Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Knights ot Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2. Knights of Pjthias, meets at
Castle ball. Utah National bank build
ing, ever Monday evening . All K of i
P'b are requested to meet with us.
W. 11 Luddiugton. C G ; W. C Kind.
M. of E., W. L. Underwood, K. of R,
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No. 0990 meets every first and
third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P. hall, Twenty-fourth sL and
Washington ave. Visiting members
invited. W. H Draney, Consul. J.
IL Shaior. Clerk.
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets er
cry second and fourth Thursday
nights at i p. m. In L O. O. F haJL
Visiting neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary E. Bllxt. Q. N, 4C1 31st SL Kate
Herman, Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
The man with a good aim in life
and an empty sun may have an ar
Fraternal Order ot Eagles Ogden
aerle No. 118, F. O. E, meets every
Wednesday cve-lng at Eagles hall,
1 Hudson aveu, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
! brother Eagles are invited to attend
j the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
1 at ll a. m. J. W Griffin. W. Presl
' aent. E R. Geiger, secretary. Dr. L.
E. Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
) Ogden Homestead, No. 1505. meels .n
' 2ud and 4th Tuesday evenings at K.
P, hall. Visiting Archers are cordiiiily
QV I ted to meet with us. Addie L. Wi
lams, Foreman. 180 Twenty first
street. J. A. Juck. Correspoudont,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building nldewalks in Side
walk District No. 118. being both
sides of Quincy avenue from 20th to
22nd streets and the west side of
Grant avenue from 19th to 20th street,
under dans and specifications pre
pared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
ers, win be received at tho office of
the City Engineer, in the City Hall,
I Ofcdeu. Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m .
ion the 3(th day of June, 1913
At which time all proposals re-
! ceived will be publicly opened and
read aloud. Plans and specifications
can be obtained upon application at
: the office of the City Engineer after
j June 16, 1913.
The right Is reserved to reject any,
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
II J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
Firs', publication. June 6. 1913.
East publication. June 28. 1913
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terlal and building sidewalks in Side
walk District No 119. being both sides
of 7th street from Washington to
Madison avenues, under plans and
JDeclflcations prepared by the CitJ
KiiKiuc-er and approved by the Board
if f nmmlssioners. will be received at
the ofrice of the City Engineer in the
Citj Hall. Ogden. Utah. until 10
o'clock a m . on the 30th day of June
At which time all proposals re
ceived will be publicly opened and
read aloud Plans and specifications
can be obtained upon application at
1 h- office of the City Engineer, after
June 16, 1913.
The ncjit is reserved to reject anv
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers. H J CRAVEN. City Engineer
First publication. June 6. 191.T
Last publication. June 28, 1913.
i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of Trustees of the Utah
School for the Deaf and the Blind will
receive bids until 12 o'clock noon,
June 20th, 1913, for the erection of a
hospital building according to plans
nnd specification on file In the office
of L. S Hodgson. Architect. Hudson
' avenue and Twenty-fifth street Each
bid must be accompanied by a chec
of 5 per cent of the amount of the
bid. The right to reject any and all
bids Is reserved
FRANK M DR1GGS.
Stockholders of the Overland Min
ing and Milling Company, attention!
At a meeting of the board of direct
ors held in Ogden City, Utah, May
29, 1913, an assessment of one mill
per share was levied against the cap
ital stock of the corporation, the same
payable Immediately to the Secretarv.
at 674 23rd street. Ogdeu. Utah. If
not paid on or before July 10, 1913,
the slock will bo advertised as de
linquent and if not paid with costs
of advertising on or before July 25.
1913, sufficient shares thereof will
be sold at public auction, 674 23rd
street, at 3 o'clock p. m.. of that day.
to pay delinquency, cost of advertis
ing and expense of sale
E. M. CONFOY. President
C W. HESTMARK. Secretary
First publication, Juno 12. 1913.
Last publication, July 25, 1913.
"Our product is thoroughly tested
before leaving the factory. No man
can Hell stuff today that has not been
"We manage to sell our product
without testing It."
"That's odd. What do you sell?"
"Dynamite." Washington Herald.
He Is a successful business man
who can mske more money than his