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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JULY 7 1913
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WANTED FEMALE HELP.
A YOUNG Rirl to assist in housework.
2547 Grant Ave. 7-7-lwk
SITUATION as stenographer, expert
enced . Address D D care Standard
I WANTED MALE HELP.
HANDY man to work on ranch and
sble to cook for two people. Ap-
, plv at Pullman Cafe. 268 L'5th St.
I SITU ATI ON FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED woman wants work
by the day. washing and Ironing
preferred. A Maatbus, Phone 2107
DRESSMAKING at home or will call
Idanha Hotel, Room 29. Phone
WANTED Home washing Phone
EXPERIENC ED collector wants posi
tion, salary or commission Applv
collector of Standard. 7-7-lwk
ORDERS for home made cakes Mrs
li. M A. Markle Phone 700-W
J ; WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 66. 360
"pa GOING In business; want to bor-
Ufj row $250.00 on my diamonds, will
r A Pay good private part $50 00 for loan
Hi for 40 das Address Anxious, Care
I y Ogden Standard.
impy SMALL home, large lot; pive price
rtj t and description. Must be cheap.
M P. O. box 208 7-51 wk
WANTED Nice furnished apartment
of about three rooms, close In. must
be reasonable; only self and wife, an
swer giving full particulars, location
and price "A. P.," Standard Office.
A NEWLY opened small hoarding
house would like a few congenial
r people; home cooking, pleasant out
side rooms and bath, rates reason
able, 't block east of Washington
avenue. 447 21st St lwk
BOARD AND ROOM,
BOARD and room or furnished rooms
rt Phone 1410-W. 539 23rd St.
tl MELROSE, large nice rooms. $150
I Up per week, upward. 2639 Jefferson.
jr it .
obW BOARD and room 2236 Grant Ave
7 ROOM and hoard; alBO some table
hoti boarders. Poplar Heights, 437 24th
;o Street. 6-17-lmo
I M .- T -
Z FOR RENT
trii furnished houses, rooms and
t M STRICTLY modem furnished house-
keeping rooms, 2201 Lincoln ave-
te3 aue. 77-iwk
j MODERN housekeeping rooms very
I reasonable, 2759 Grant Ave. 7-7-2t
i$ 1 -FURNISHED
strlctlv modern, first floor, 669 22d
JJ, St 7-7-lwk
J THREE furnished and three unfur
nished rooms. Phone 1570-W.
tin . ,
like! FURNISHED rooms, single or en
suite. 2526 Adams.
D I- FURNISHED rooms for light house
it"1 keeping. 126 W. 22nd St. 7-4 lwk
ide THREE nicely furnished. gaB, raod-
mlli- evn 2630 Adams. Phone 1472-W
atiol 7 3-lwk
ffcf THREE rooms, lawn, shade, cellar, no
as dogs 1563 Washington Ave Phone
icriP- 1127M. 7-3-lwk
.art' TWO furnished rooms for light house-
uV keeping with bath. 45'" j2nd St.
9 ROOMS for light housekeeping;
lights, pas and bath. 2613 Washlng
jjjg ton avenue, 7-2-1 wk
FOUR-room, modern 1 iose in Ogden
tnt Steam Laundrv 7-2ti
stoX- NEWLY furnished rooms, 329 26th St.
arc opposite park 7-2-lwk
-aid HOUSEKEEPING rooms; gaB and
oof bath, also sleeping rooms, 427 24lh
LATEST modern apartments; partly
tint furnished, 439 Herrlck Ave. Phone
ltner 1216-J 6-27-lmo
Bol- FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
wk. up. 536 31st St. 8-12-lyr
J -1 FURNISHED flats. 2634 Gram Ave
FIVE room, modern house, furnished
2824 Madison Phone 2237 J.
SEVEN rooms, modern In good con
dition. 639 23rd St. 6-9-lmo
THREE-room apartment. 2 blkn from
26th and Wash., $15. This is a good
thing, "Grab It " Fredericks, Care of
Standard. 7 4 lwk
MODERN 5-room house nicely fur
nished. 2519 Orchard avenue.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
TWO small rooms for light housekeen
ins or office, over T L. Clark &
Sons Store 7-3 tf
FlVE-room houso and barn. 1 acr?.
1167 23rd St. 7 2-1 mo
A MODERN house. 9 rooms and larre
basement with furnace; rent $30 per
month Inquire 653 27th St Phone
THREE room house, rear 275S Lincoln
reasonable. Inquire 146 22nd.
FOR RENT Five room house, 461
22nd St. 7-1 lwk
PEERY apartments; three or five
rooms. Apply D H. Peery Estate.;
A COZY three-room house on bench, i
$12 50 per month Inquire room 403
First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 6-28-tf
4-KOOM house 213S Jefferson Ave !
Inquire Christenson Shoe Store. 1
6-ROOM unfurnished house, 1182 24th
St. Phone Geo Keopp. 46K-4.
SIX room house, modern, south east
corner 27th and Grant Phone
2019 W. Apply 2634 Grant. 5-1-tf
4-ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery, 26th and Wash Phone 2S4
RICH flats, 2465 Jeff Phone 609.
COREY apartments, modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Washington ave.
FOR RENT STORES
2462 GRANT avenue, small store room
Apply Mayor's office. 6-3-lwk
223S WASHINGTON. 2-stor brick
building for store room 1000 feet
deep, full basement, reasonable rent
al to right party. Apply Mayor's of
ENGRAVED band bracelet, betweefl
Wall and Washington avenue. Re
turn 115 26th. Reward. 7 1-lwk
LOST Bunch of keys on key rins
Finder please return to Standard of
fice 7 4 lwk
YOUNG calf, 2 months old. Inquire
2127 Taylor. 7-7-lwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW furniture, beds, dining table,
chairs, new range, sewing machine.
460 34th St. 7-7-lwk
TWO horses, harness and wagon
right-W'hittier Canning Co., 33d
and Pacific. 7-7-lwk
FURNITURE of boarding and room
ing house; fine location; house for
rent "C," care Standard. 7-5-lwk
HORSE, harness, wagon and buggy,
cheap. Inqulrp 179 2".th St.
PIANO and other household furniture;
party leaving town. 1970 Jackson.
HOUSEHOLD furniture by the piece
or bulk. 261 30th St 7 2-lwk
HORSE, buggy and harness. Phone
TWIN cylinder Flying Merkle, 7 h. p ,
fully equipped, cheap Ogden Nov
elty Works, 2576 Washington aenue.
Phone 794. 7-2-lwk
GOOD small paying business for sale.
Care K, Standard 7-2-lwk j
THREE good horses. 3272 Stephena
Ave. Phone 974-W 6-27-lmo J
ELEGANT new lurniture, mahogany
and oak at sacrifice. 2649 Grant
MOTORCYCLE, chap Harle Da I
vulson, 1912 Model; practically new.)
Phone 2223, a snap 6 16-lmo
DOUBLE door sale, 3ox44xoo, flue
condition, cheap. J. S Lewis Co.
GOOD range. $15 00; dining table.
chairs, dresser, beds curtains, etc
296S Porter Ave., phone 1359-R.
HIGHEST grade pianos and self play
ers at lowest prices and terms. We
do tunlug and repairing also Pantone,
2874 Hudson. Phone 1209 6-13-lt
ONE good motorcycle for sale at
2658 Monroe. Cheap. 6 10 lwk j
BEST grade of gravel for cement
$1.00 load delivered. Phono 270W.
6 10 lwk
FOR SALE Runabout auto; good
condition. Will trade for motor
cycle. Phone 1306R.
ONE milch cow at 34th and Pace. J
P. O'Neill 6-18-lwk
PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND
Cheap for cash, owing to a change
In our press room the following are
offered for bale. Can be 6een at the
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
with seven l7j 12 1-2 inch drop hung
ers. 1 32-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 16-lnch 8 1-2 face steel pulloy.
1 12-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulloy
1 17-luch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 24-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley.
These are all split pulleys and cau
be usd upon any size shafting.
1 C-lnch, 4 inch face, wood pulley.
1 12-lncb, 5 1-2 Inch face, wood I ul-lev
SHUBERT piano in good condition .
Phono 728-R, 2331 Adams. 5-19-tf j
TWO Shetland ponies, well broken
and gentle; also one pony buggy and 1
harness. J. T. Hales. 1417 Washing 1
ton avenue 6-6-tf
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet 23rd and 24th Sta. Phono
FULL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece.
Inquiro Evening Standard, 360 24th
8t. Phone 56. 1-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY advanced salaries people on
easy payments; no security ; also
loans on furniture, pianos etc Drake,
over Paine & Hurst
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy, 2478 Washington. 6-11-tt
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly & Herrlck.
MONET TO LOAN on real state;
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought aol sold.
BiCHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property, HUNTER $. KENNEDY,
423 24th St., opposite court house.
Money to loan on city and farm
property. Any amount, no delay
MathewB-McCulloch Co., under First
National baDk. Phone 301-W.
MONET to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th at. C. H. Smith, Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BrummitL 4-27-tf
BEN LOEWENTHAL 5203 Prairie
Ave., Chicago Patent Promoter
Expert in patent Issues. Ogden ref
SWEEPSTAKE pen of White Wyan
dotte. 3350 Lincoln Phone
127.-R. 6-24-lmo 1
SPECIAL ROAD TAX ELECTION j
West Warren, Warren & Randall,
Weber County, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of resolutions adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners ot
Weber County, Utah, on June 30, 1913,
Special Elections are hereby called
m est Warren, Warren nnu Randall I
Road Districts of Weber county. Utah,
on Tuesday, July 22, 191J, at the
school house at West Warren, and at
the residence of H J. Randall at
Randall In said districts, between the
hours of 7 o'clock a. tu and 7 o'clo-i
P in , on said day. for the purpose ol
submitting to the qualified electors
within said district a proposition to
authorize the Board of County Com
lnlssioners of Weber County, Utah, to
levy for the fiscal year 1913, a dis
trict road tax of five (6) mills on ail
the taxable property within each ol
said districts, to be used exclusively
for the construction and repair ol
roads and highways situate therein
Onl registered voters residing with
in said districts, who shall have paid
property tax thereon in the year One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Twelve
(1912) shall be entitled to vote .it
The following named persons nave
been dul appointed by the said Board
to conduct such special elections:
Randall H. J. Randall, James H.
Roy lance and George Randall.
Warren William T Wayment Jo
seph Skeen and J M Wade
West Warren Frank Barrows. Jas,
Q. Belnap and Joseph Hodson
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County,
Chairman Board of County Commis
sioners, Weber County, Utah.
(SEAL ) S C. D E.
Countv Clerk. Weber Countv, Utah
Dated June 30, 1913.
Date of first publication. June 30. 1913.
Date of last publication. July 22, 1913
TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OGDEN
lev the purpose of raising means to
carry through the Joint agreement
between Ogden City and the Ogdon
River Reservoir company, to build a
dam In South Fork lo Impound a
8uficlent quantity of water to ensure
an ample supply of water for Ogden
City durliin the months of July. Au
gust and September, It will be nec
essary to raise approximately $125,
000.00 in addition to the $2S.000 00
raised by a two mills levy In 1912.
The Water Works department is
now $75,000.00 within the bond lim
it, having retired $50,000 00 in 1912
and 1913 from revenue derived from
There are two ways of raising this
money. Pint, and In our Judgment
the better way, by voting bonds in
the amount of $75,000.00, which will
be paid by revenue derived from the
Water Work6 Department The only
othor way to raise this money is hy
making a direct levy of six mills,
payable In the fall of 1913.
The taxpayers are earnestly re
quested to give this matter careful
consideration beforo passing judg
ment And we sincerely hope that
the bond Issuo will be voted, for the
reasons above Btated, viz: that It may
not be necessary to levy a special
tax for this purpose.
A. O. PELL,
Mayor -commissi oner
T S BROWNING,
Commissioner Public Safety
J C NYE,
Commissioner Streets and Public
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby givcu by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, of the Intention of said
board to make the following describe, 1
linpro ementa, to-wlf.
To create 24th Street from Harn
son to Polk avenue, as a sewer dis
trict, and to construct therelu a pipe
sewer together with the necessary
manholes, and conneet all with the
manholes of the present sewer sys
lein, and to defray the whole of the
cost thereof, eetlmated at $1 BOO. 00 l
a local assessment on the lois or
pieces of ground lying and being with
BY owner. 7-room modern, cement.
good barn, large lot, between 21st
and 22nd street, win trade for small
er house if location suits 2152 Ad
nms. Phone 1490-M. 7-1-lmo
A SNAP 45x152 feet lot with 2-room
house, lights, water, cellar in house;
close In, 100Q. 2837 Hudson avenue.
A BARGAIN Lot 58x132. with 5 room
modern brick house 4.',?, 27th St
A SEVEN-room modern house on
Twenty-third street, bench and car
line Lot fi0xl32 roet, lawn, shade,
bam and chicken yard; house partly
furnished1 This B a chance for a
'ovt-ly home. Will make almost any
terms Price only $4300 00
Under First National Bank
FARM TO TRADE.
f ARM near town for house, close la
C. D. IVES, 380 26th St l-15-lyr
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 $140 per acre each season?
climate ideal; opportunity best in the
United States to get a home and farm
cheap and easy. Land selling fasu
Better write phone, or cal' on
HUSSEY, WOODS REALTY CO.,
2411 Washington Ave, Ogden, Utah.
Phone 393. 6-4-lwk
A TEN-room frame house. 3-4 aero
of ground, In northwest part of city;
one block from ear line and close to
the business section. This is a fine
location for chicken raising or garden
ing and the price so low It Is Just
like finding money Will take small
payment down and your own terms 011
balance. For a few days only, our
price I a 12000 no.
Under First Notional Bank
GE r your own home, don't pay rent
Most any kind of a house you want.
Sell almost the same as paying rent
Lots for sale near school and car
line. All planted In nice fruit trees
Only $100, easy payments. Loans
and fire Insurance For further In
formation see H Van Braak, 3519 Ad
ams. Phone 974-W.
SM ALL fruit farm close In. Bargain.
C. D. IVES, 380 25TH ST.
FINE lots; homes to
suit you. Easy terms.
R. C. McBride. Phone
in the following district, being the
district to be benefited or affected by
said improvement, viz:
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street, and
a line drawn 132 feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention n'.st
be presented In writing to the city re
corder on or before the 28th day ol
July. 1913, at 10 o clock a. m., that
being the time set by the said Board
of Commissioners when they will her
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's office
at the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah
Dated this 3rd day of July, 1913.
A. ; FELL, Mavor.
II J CRAVEN,
First publication July 4. 1913.
Last publication July rfi. 1913
THE OLD TOM CAT.
Twas a mental train, through a space
That carried me back, "mid the smiles
To the old homestead with its rustic
And the old Tom-cat at the old fire
Contentedly curled on the worn straw
Yet ever alert for B venturesome rat
Day dreaming In sooth that tribe to
The old Tom-cat at the old Fireplace
There was music sweet In his satis
A resistless charm in hl6 soft, smooth
And I fondly muse, as I gaze Into
O'er the old Tom-cat at the old fire
With dignified mien he seemed to de
mand A pat of aflection from each human
And oft would I venture a friendly
As he stretched out his length at tho
How I long for the power to carry me
To my boyhood day-6 to the weather
To the old fashioned clock with Its
nd the old Tom-cnt at the old fireplace!
I In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District In and for the county
of Weber, State of Utah.
Emma Thiel, plaintiff, vs. Theodore
The State of Utah to the snid De
fendant: You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after serv
ice of this Summons upon you if
served within the County In which
ibis action is brought, otherwise,
within thirty days after service, and
defend the above entitled action and
In case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint, which, has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court. This action Is
brought to recover a Judgment, dis
solving the bonds of matrimony, here
tofore existing between you and the
JOHN E B AGLET,
P. O Address Rooms "13 and 314.
First National Bank Building, Ogden,
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In pursuance of law and or a resolu
tion and order of the Board of Com-
missioners of Ogden City, Utah,
adopted and passed on the 28th day of
fune, 1913. a special election Is hereby
called and will be held In each of the
five Municipal wards of Ogden City.
Utah, on the 28th day of July, 1913, for
.'he purpose of submitting to a vote
of the qualified electors who shall
have paid a property tax In Ogden
CI I y in the year 1912, the question
whether said Board of Commission
ers shall be authorized, allowed and
permitted to create and Incur a bond
ed Indebtedness of $75,000.00 and is
sue bonds of the said city of Ogden
(its therefor, to be used for the pur
pose of paying part of the cost for
1 he construction of a dam on the
south fork of Ogden river to impound
water for the Municipal water works
system of said Ogden City. Said
bonds to be redeemable $25,000.00 in
five years $25,000.00 in six years, and
25,000.00 in seven years from the
date of issue, and to bear Interest at
the rate of FIVE (5) per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually.
1 Thnt the following are the places
designated for the purpose of holding
said election, and which said election
will be held in each of the Municipal
Wards of said Ogden City, respective
ly: In the First Municipal Ward, at the
Tn the Second Municipal Ward at
Dr. F Parker's office, 324 24th Street.
In the Third Municipal Ward, at
the Mound Fort School House, No
1200 Washington Avenue
In the Fouith Municipal Ward, at
the County Court House.
In the Fifth Municipal Wrard. at the
Lewis School, 2Si h street, between
Washington and Adams Avenues
That the following persons, who
arc electors in their respective wards,
are hereby appointed as Judges of
election, to conduct, and who will con
duct said elections in the said respec
tive wards in the City of Ogden:
For the First Municipal Ward of said
Ogden City, R D Pidcock, Henry M
M-ick and Mrs. Margaret P. Bingham
For the Second Municipal Ward ol
c.ul n'lcn Citv Iaid W Evans, J
E. Williams and Georgina G. Mar
riott I or the Third Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City, W. W Crane, Edwin
Dlx and Henry Barker.
For the Fourth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City. H C Wardleigh,
Henry E Steele and Mrs. Matilda Lu
cas. For the Fifth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City. C. H. Hussey. Mrs.
Sarah L Riser and Thomas A Wha
len. That the time during which ihe polls
shall he and remain open In each of
sa;l Wards in the said election, as
above stated, shall be from seven
0 ciock in the forenoon, continuously,
until Beven o'clock In the afternoon
of said 28th day of July. 1913
That the amount of the Indebted
n ss proposed to be Incurred by Og
den City, if legally authorized, per
in ted and allowed to do so by this
election, shall be the sum of $75,000.00.
v hich sum of money shall be used in
paying part of the cost of the con
struction of a dam to Impound water
In the south fork of Ogden river, to
be used and distributed through the
present water works system of Ogden
Citj wherever needed within said
Hated at Ogden, Utah, this the 28th
d&y of June. 1913.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners A C. FELL. Mayor.
GEO. A SEAMAN'. Ot Recorder.
State of Utah, County of Weber, ss.
I, George A. Seaman. City Record
er ol Ogden City do hereby certify
1 hnt the foregoing "Notice of Special
Election' is published In according
nrltll a resolution of the Board of
Commissioners ol said city, adopted
oa the 28th day of June, 1918, as ap
pears of record In my office
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
h reuntO set my hand and affixed the
lOrporate seal of Ogden City this 28th
,!r,v of June. A. D.. 1913
GEO A SEAMAN, City Recorder
First publication, June 2S, 1913
Lost publication, July 26, 1913.
WORKING man. good money maker,
wants to correspond with German
woman, 35 to 45 years old Address
Pox 211. Ogden P O. 7-2-3t
j $200.00. Ogden, Utah, July 1, 1913.
Tins coupon is worth two hundred dollars 011 the pur
chase price of a fine new brick cottage, if presented at our
office, on or before July 7, 1913
NKVT. lU'RNHAM CO.
Description: Brand new 6-room light brick cot
tage; thoroughly modern; close in, on the bench.
Good neighborhood. Price $3600.
Nlffl: J 2349-7 Wa,h. Ave.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No, 4, O E S., regular mei-tings held
nt Masonic hall on Washington ave.
between 2nth and 2fith sts., the first
anri third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially Invited to
attend Fnnnlo M. "Whittemore. W.
M. Callie E. Cave, Secretary.
Unity Ixidne No. IS, F. & A M,
Masonic Temple, 2f."0 Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend S. W.
When-,. W. M Felix T. Moore, Secretary.
Ladies of the Maccabees, Sliver hive
No. 1, L. O. T. M., meets every firnt
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock, and every second and fqurth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially invited to at
tend. Kathryn Eggleston, L. C, L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Silver Tent No. 1, Maccabees of the
World; meet second and fourth Mod- i
day nights at 8 o'clock p m. All vis
iting sir Knights cordially Invited
E. A. Stephenson. Commander. W.
B. Ogletree, Record Keeper.
Queen City Rcbekah Lodge No. 4.'
I. O O. P., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings nt Odd Fellows hnll
Visiting members Invited Lula. Claud
man, N Q ; Emma Meid, Recording
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street.
Women of Woodcraft Oeden Cir
cle No 581, meet6 every Wednesday
nlcht at 7 WO o'clock, K of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited Dues can
he paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge, M D.,
57 58 Iwls block Addle Baker, G.
N.. 130 W. 27th St. Marie Crltes, clerk,
2731 Monroe avenue
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nights of each month at 8 p. ra., at
the Odd Fellows hnll Visiting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Flnley, M. D. room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 2453 Harrison Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, I'tnh National bank build
ing. eery 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 of R
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No.
1218, Order of Owls, meets every
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock
j Visiting Brother OwIb are inlled to
attend the nest meetings. Fred Cal
lihan. President; J. Oliver, Secretary,
L'4 1 1. Washington avenue
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No 71 meets in K of P. hall in
' the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
(siting Woodmen cordially invited
to attend D D Smith. C. C; E Auth.
Clerk, First National Bank Building.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No. 9990 meets every first and
third Tuesdaj evenings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P. hall, Twenty-fourth st. and
Washington ave. Visiting members
invited W. H. Draney, Consul. J.
M. Shafer, Clerk.
Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p m., in I. O. O F. hall.
isitwiLC neighbors cordially inifn!
M;u K. Blivt, Q. N , 1.1 .'.1st St Kate
Hey man. Clerk, Bell phone 12-17 I.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie No 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday eening at Eagles ball,
Hudson ave, at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles are nited to attend
the aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a m .1 W. Griffin, V Presi
dent. E R. Geiger, secretan . Dr. C.
E. Wardleigh, Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets on
2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K
! P. hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
'invited to meet with us. Addie L WU
' llama, Foreman, 180 Twenty first
(street J. A. Junk. Correspondent,
' S2.02 Washington Ave.
! OHutR OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
I Wasatch Division No. 124, O. R
I C . meets Becond and fourth Friday
, at 2 3u p m , in K. of P. Hall, cornet
Washington avenue and J wi n'
fourth street All brothers are cor
dially invited to attend. C. H. Pear
son. C. C. D. L. Boy le, S. and T.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the Hoard
of Commissioners ot Ogden City, Utah,
of the intentian of said board to
make the following described lra
To create the West side of Jeffer
son Avenue from 2Slh to 33rd Streets,
nnu both sides of 31st Street from
Jefferson Avenue, East a distance of
350 feet, as a sidewalk district, and
to construct therein n concrete side
wulk 5 feet wide and four inches In
thickness, with the necessary inter
sections, together with the necessaxj1
grading therefor, and to defray the '
v hole of the cost thereof, estimated!
at $2,000.00, by a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground ly
ing and being within the following,
district, beiiiK the district to be bene !
fited or affected by said improvements j
All the land lying between 'he out
er boundary lines of Bald Street and
Avenue, and a Kne drawn 50 feel out
ward from and parallel to the said!
cuter boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said intention musl
be presented In writing to the City
Recorder on or before ihe 17th day of
luly, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m . thai
being the time set b said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of
fice at the City Hall. Ogden City,
iu ord r "! the Board of commis
sioners or Ogden City. Utah
Dated this 23rd day of June, 1913.
A. G. FELL. Mayor
H. J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication, June 24th, 1913
Last publication, July 16th, 1913- j
Of, f) I N BUSINESS I
DIRECTORY I ' .
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING 1
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Colo's
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-M. jH
LAWYER O COWNOLLY, (orer Nye's ill
Clotblns Store.) 24u Wash av. B
B. T. HULANI8KJ, Vtont National llfl
Bank bide U-U-tf IH
BILLIARDS AND POOL. Ifl
BAKER'S Billiard room. 2462 Grant
nvo. NOT THE BIGXJEST BUT THE
BEST. Wo have the cozieai "uxj Bll- fH
Hard Room In Ogden, and all standard
high grade, nc cheap; tour alate ta- H
bles at Baker's.
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRTJNS
WICK BALK 5x10 Bllllar and Pool
tables. Well ventilated rooms The LH
Cozy. 326 25th. H
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de igH
vice manufacturer. Upstairs, 2464 IH
Wash. Phone 860. 12-30-Imo
LISTEN here; Madame Yogi's the H
greatest foreseer, astrologlst, palm 1
and card reader Call and be con- ILH
vinced 132 1-2 25th. Newdate Room. B
Ing House. 6-12-lmo IB
F. J. FREENOR, D. C. jH
Graduate Chiropractor. iB
No drugB, surgery or osteopathy; try
chiropractic (cplnal adjustment) 'M
2411 Washington avenue. Room 14.
Phone 311. 6-7-tf
K. VAN KAMPE7N Phcue 883 tor up- B
holateiioc, mattress making re- B
stretching ot bed springs
KATHRYN BASSETT, Instructor ot
elocution; for terms and lnforma
tion Inquire Phone 2223. 6-9-lmo fl
. W KAISER, 431 23rd St. Phone
I 1329-W. Polishing, refinishing; all B
j work guaranteed. 72-2wk
HATS CLEANED. jfl
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm-
med Ogden Hat Works, 221 1-2 M
25th SL 6-13-tf B
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have B
any kind of Junk, phono us up. We
will call tor it. Tel. 210.
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting. yM
J Den Harthog, Phone 571 R JB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OR. A. FF.RNLUNO, Pujeiclan and H
au.-jvu Office noun ii to 4 m. H
New i'ceiy L.jfc Uu'ibon avi riioae H
JSC -v. .tiesiuouitt pnuutt HZH-Yi'. 64t :H
Wai iiiiiuu ukunue. S-ll-U
PAP-fii.fi CLEAN IN u 't
JAMES THOMPSON liia per i paper
cleaning; lougti and painted wails B
aau u ..r.', ah hui t;ur&uu:eQ.
ruonu iui Mil JaCKSOii avenue. i B
NOiAKY PUBLIC. I
C. D. IVES, SUV Ivveniy-lUtti SL 'M
CRAW SHAW STUDIO,
Fine An i noiugrupby. '
Come ana nave a sanug.
WOOOi FKi.'miA'i We uo good
wuri. Z46& Waau. ave. Phono buu. iJm
oiJOh.:-. jwi.ui' WORKS, pnone 454, H
ot luaii kiiu it uu wmii us iu cauj HJ
cupia. ouico apaf0'3. , B
BANITARX WORK B
jYOUR garbage hauled regular. San- B
Itary ul luru.oueC iree. Sanitaiy HJ
Gurufetje a: Waste ain;r oo. Puou, W
620, X43tfVa "atn. Ave. HJ
CITY sCmVENGEH, McCartj fc Co., fl
Kiss orauL paouo -ula-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS fl
NEW AND SECOND HAND t iLrniture. fl
lothiUK aud 8uuc, Dougtr., bold or !
excuaiigcu , also Uuns and saiicdses
chJHp A Sn.er, I'Louv 152i. 171 i-'t
iv .ui -nun sl l-AS-lyr.
1 X L EUKN1TUKB store, 2227 Vf.sa- fiflfl
lugu , ..vt., .uoajc ftinuture of
all aiiidti bought auu solo, prices jH
SP1RRELLA Corsets. Mrs Smith.
464 24th. 6-6-1 mo
GALLAGHER repairs trunks . 350
26th St. B-ao-lmo.
ONE IUl LAK p - 'day, de.lvered and JH
called for. Electric borvico Co, 'M
Phono K8. Up 24th st
District Attorney McNab Is tha
Champion heat rocker of the new de- I'H
partmenl ot Justice Cincinnati Eu-