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1 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDcN. UTAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1913. S
f ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisements est on csnt
per word each Issus. or cenU per
lino of flvo words por day, no first
InMrtlen Iom than 25 csnts, or two
r mora lines par week at tha rata of
25 eenta per Una per week, or 75
h. cents per line par month. Remember
flva average worda make a line. AH
advertisements on trie page must be
paid In advance. No exception to thla
WANTED FEMALE HELP
L I COOK wanted for eight boarders. 447
rjjt st. iv2?-iwk
WANTED Chambermaid at Reed
G-IRL wanted for bouse work. 3060
GOOD girl for hoaaewortc. Apply
Mr Wlllard Scowcroft, 432 27tb
CENTRAL Business college Greg
shorthand, touch typewriting, book
keeping and day and night classes.
Oppoalte P. O. Tel 764
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED delivery boy Harris Gro
I HATE a firstclass position that will
pay from $3 to $5 a day for six
Rcod salesmen or salesladies. C B
H'ggins under First Natl Bank.
4 MAN" ami wife want work on ranch.
Inquire XY, care Standard.
L ; 10-16-lwk
VOTJNG widow wants position as
housekeeper In city. Inqulrp Rear
C317 Adams 10-16-lmo
DRESSMAKING, special prlcee one
piece dresses. 262 Wall ave
YOUNG woman, not stenographer.
wants position in office, experi- I
need Address 0. M. O , care Sund.
DRESSMAKING 2612 Lincoln Phone
12J6-J 9-22 lmo
THE wonderful invention of Dr Ha
gers. now on exhibition at 243SI
ft Washington avenue, clearly demon
I strales how fhe cheapest, cleanest and
most convenient fuel obtainable can
be uaed 1n your own range, heater or
furnace. Evervbodv cordially Invited
SFLENDID chance for party with
small capital to engage in profit
able business. Investigate while op
H : portunlty Lb open Call from 10 a m
to 6 p m , 2438 Washington avenue
WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of 400 to ?600 per month. Rent
r n1 operating e-xpenee very light,
good permanent business established,
full outfit of machinery and tools.
Here la an opening for some live
person Must be taken up quick.
Don't telephone See us Mathewe
MoCulloch Co., Under First Nat l
Bank. 9-13-tf j
m WANTED Clean, wmte old rags, at
the Standard office Phone 56. 360
X FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS AND
ROOM With steam heat, bath, for
gentleman, $2 ft per week Dose
tn, references 241 Adams avenue
FIVEroom brick, furnished. J22.50;
M unfurnished. i2( . 2748 Lincoln
ONE strictly modern four-roomed
brick house and cellar, furnished
ritf Inquire at f?4 V, 7th st. 10-22-lwk
FIVEroom furniahed apartment over
Spurgeon Millinery store Inquire
rip 2372 Washington l''-22-tf
ROOMS for housykeepine 465 22nd
oji 10 22-1 wk
STRICTLY modern seven-room house,
" furniahed Phone 23S-M. Call af
fer 4 p m . please 10-21-lwi
MIDDLE aged woman wants position
as cook ou ranch Mr6 Sarah Car
roll. 2317 Adams
HOUSEKEEPING eleotnc light and
gas 2370 Lincoln Ave Ki-20-lwk
2 FURNISHED rooma for light house,
keeping, 549 22nd St 10-17 lwk
FOUR-rooro hous. 2247 Adams In
quire E F. Brati 410 2th St.
sg; FRONT room, modern 2731 Adams
NEWLY furniahed four room houae;
modern. 3168 Porter Ave Phone
S-ROO.M house, fun.ished or unfur
nished. 2341 Madison. 10-3-lmo
? FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean,
i eomfortabl-s housekeeping rooma, $2
M, week up 536 31at St 3-13-lyr
CORET apartments, mooern and rea
tonable. 2566 Washington ave.
FURNISHED flats. tt4 Grant Are.
Read tha Classified Ads,
' UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 and 446 27th St. 6 flats, 1? mom':
Apply to 2634 Grant Ave. 10-22 tf
7- ROOM modern house, furnace,
close In. 535 00 Kelly & Herrlck
I THREE-ROOM house water and
lights. Phone 1419-W. 10-16-lwk
I FOUR-room modem. Rear 315 27th,
no children. 10-13-tf
FIVE-ROOM, modern house, includ
ing gas, 569 24th. Inquire Hor
1 rocks Broa. 9-19-tf
FIVE-ROOM modem. 2661 Van Rnr
en Blchsel. Phone 86. 10-16-tf
FIVE-room house, barn, 1 acre. 1157
23rd St. 10-6 lmo
ONE five-room house. $10 per month.
one 7-room house, $12.50 per
I month. Phone 612. 0-16-12wks
BIGBT-room modern brick house 217
Reeves Ae rent $20. phono 3Sa
John J Grelner, 128 25th St 9-9 tf
; FOUR-room. $12; 6-rooro. $15, close
in; water, lights. 2165 Adams.
CHATELAINE Purse, containing card
case and small change Ortobpr 12.
reward Return Standard L0&1-2I
AMETHYST brooch Return to Be
atrice Hamill, care Mclntyre Drug
NAVY blue corded suit; wa lost on
street or delivered to wrong ad
dress Return to Last.fc Thomas Co.
STORE kr rent. 0.0 2tli Si Tel. 609.
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable I
Inquire A. G. Fell, Mayors office
STORE room 2238 Washington; 21
story, full basement, 100 feet deep
Rem reasonable. Inquire A G. Fell,
GOING away, will sell our beautiful
upright piano cneap 2631 Grant Ave.
DELIVERED best grade of gravel for
cement Phone 1442 J 10-21-lwk
EiUPMOBILE tounns ear 1913 mod
el. Perfect condition. Phone 60
10 20 tf
WE have received two car loads
of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jersey! at cow mar
ke', 7th and Wash 10-17-tf
ABOUT ten 2x4 s 14 and twenty
1x12 s 12; practically new lumber.
Tour own price. 1400 Robinson Ave
HORSE and delivery wagon cheap
740 E. 7th st. 10 16-1 a k
WORK horse for ale, weight 1 .300.
212 N. Washington. J. C Bowman.
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
GOOD piano at bargain 56 26tb St.
Phone 2212-M. 10-13-lwk
CALL and see my fine line of mo
llns. bows and cases. Cash or pay
ments Prices mom reasonable Pan- !
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudaoa
Ave., bet 23rd and 24th Sis. Phone
THIS month s special. I will sell few j
high grade standard makes, new
p anos for only $285. laid down. I
Terms $10 down, and $6 a month, no
interest. Can you beat It? Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson Phone 1209
FTLL sited Ink barrels, $1.00 apiece. 1
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th
. 8i. Phone 66. i - IS-tf
$800 PLAYER piano; used only two
months; not a blemish on it. Will
sell dirt cheap for cash 2S74 Hud-t-oa
FOR Sale at a bargain 6 passenger
Stoddard Dayton automobile in first i
class condition 'irnnge Bros . in '
rear 2566 Washington. I0-8U
MONEY TO LOAN j
SMALL amounts of money loaned to j
reliable people on short Dotice; call I
Thone 1613-J. 9 24-1 wlf
MONEY ?dancd salaried eople on
easy payments; no secant?, also
loan? on furniture, planoe, eto. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst.
AN1 amount on real estate Bichsel
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ON farm or city property Any amount;
Purdy, 2478 Washington. 6-11-tfj
LOANS on Improved fan or city I
property HUNTER & KENNEDY,
423 24th St., opposite court house.
; MONEY to loan on city and farm j
property. Anv amount, no delay (
j Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under First
; National Bank. Phono 301 W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
de Sam s Loan Ottioe. eatablished i
1S6. The Money Lender of Ogden
278 26th St. C. H Smith, Prop
MONEY to loan on real estate aecur
Ity, J. J. Bruxnmltt. 4-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly & Heirlck.
LISTEN here' Madam Yogis, the
greatest farseer. aatrologlst, r&'m
and curd reader. Call and be con
vinced she Is the best. 132 1 2 25th
et. Newdale rooms
BEAUTIFUL 4-room modern bung2
lorn-, completely furniahed, $22nn
Thonp ?13 Skeen Realtv Co-
640 ACRES of good dry farm land
In Curley Valley Wnte for par
ticulars O. M. Lloyd. Metropolis,
Ne. 10-18-lwk ,
ELEVEN acre farm adjoining city j
limits; four room house, jrood barn, !
farm implements, full water rlgh',
flowing well, acre orchard of mixd
: fruits. $3,000 One-third cash, bal- ,
ance on long time at 8 per cent in-
: terest. HUNTER & KENNEDY, 42$
; 24tb st. 10-16-lwk
A NEW flTe-room brick, modem.
basement, large sleeping porch.
Opposite Fowler ave. Bargain. In
quire 957 26th 10-14-tI
, FOR SALE By owner, new, strictly
modern bungalo on Fowler are.
Largo lo:. Aiso other homes, fur
nifbed and unfurnished Address
! 2027 Adama. Phone 1677-R.
j BY out of town owner, one of the
finest rinse In corners; 3 modem
' up-to date 5 room houses. Including
i ga.. all Improvements In and paid for,
I nothing to pay out for year to come,
I the best investment In town; for
rash or on easy terms; for Investiga
tion and ray address call on 2209 Ad-
32x127 1-2 ft. to 15 ft alley with 4
voom frame house, city water, elec
tric light, first class repair, near
North Washington avenue. $1200.00.
Small cash payment, balance month
ly Installments Worth more money
must be sold. E. F Bratz 10 18-tf
AN elegant lot 50x115 feet within two
blocks of Utah National Bank, only
$120d any kind of terms, low rate ot
J. J. BR U MM ITT,
Under Utah National Bank.
AN ideal lot for a hom on 13th St., j
near car line and school. 80x132,
large enough for a garden an or
chard and to raise some chicken? It i
solves the high cost of living Plenty
of w ater eas terms W H Voorhtes, i
Phone 1312-R 10-18-tf
FOR SALE REAL SNAP
AN plegant modem Vroom bungalow
bath toilet s'at'ionar lavatory,
irs, near school, near depot only
$2100, small payment down, balance
samp as paving rent
J. J BRUM MITT. Phon
STORE Fine cement baaement; new!
stock, delivery outfit, cheap Phone
AN elegant lot on Harrison belween
27th and 28th streets, overlooking
the city, within one block of land tha1
Is selling at $15 per front font I
will sell this for a short time at $10
per front foot, on any kind of terms
J J RRUMMITT. Phone 59
L-IV'L- Hm .nil nn I
close in. 91 23rd street; $1900.
Owner E T. Woollej, 625 South 2nd
East, Salt La"ke City. 10-10-21
A GOOD 4-room cottage with city wa
ter and electrical light, well located
near depot, only $140.0, any kind of
I ! BRUM MITT
Under Utah National Bank
WANT A BARGAIN 7
HI-3RE It Is. 4 room, new. modern
luBgalow, cement cellar, screened
pcrcb. Nicelv located on bench Will
fell on monthly payments at a bar
gcin See E W Canned, Room 11,
Lninmercial Nat'l Bank Bldg
ONE of the greatest snaps in the city.
an elegan' 7-room modern bungalow
with large hasemeni. screen porch,
large lot, well located on the bench in
pood neighborhood This propem i?
well worth from $4'i'i"i tn $5000 for
only $3000, $500 down, balance jame
as paving rent . low rate of interest
.1 J RRUMMITT.
Under Utah National Bank
AN elegant 5 room bungalow located
near Sacred Heart Accdemv, lar-?
basement, screened porch and largo
lot . for onl 12700; JWO (nwn. balance
same as paying rent, low rate of in
.1 .1 BRUM MITT. Thonr 5?
A REAL SNAP.
f-rriom moorn HOW collage, close In".
515 23rd St. $2000 Owner E. T
Woojley. 625 South Second East Salt
Lake City D-24-lf
A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone
THRICE room hous: lot .,0114 pr.
$7o" Smaii payment down. and bal
ance like paying ront. Thi? s a snap
and an excellent r)prxrtunn in own
vour own home
CRESCENT REAL ESTATE rn
411 24i h St.
ONE of the finest lots on inc Bnch
175 feet deep to 20 foot a, ley io
cated near Farr school building, $inn;
$10 down, $5 per month
I J RRUMMITT.
Under Utah National Bank
6-ROOM modem bungalow, lot 50x
165 good lawn and shade, on oar
line close to busines center. An ele- !
gant house in the best location in
Ogden Good terms price $4500 00
Mathews-McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank. 8-2-U
TWO room hous. well located, on the
Bench, with two lota. $60ft. $50
down. baJanre $Ui per month
NICE sightl lot on 23rd street
50x136 feet to alley, city water In front
of lot; only $200 $10 down. $n per
J. J RRUMMITT Phon p$
Read the Classified Ads i
4 - ROOM house, pantry, closets elec- '
trie light, lot 40x128. reai alley; 1
block from car line, school store
etc $1"" Inquire Owner 74 B
7th Ft. 10 LClwl
2 1-4 ACRES orchnrd. 4-room hou?
b.-.rn and outhouse. Close tn. 59(
Pr acr Inquire Owner. 740 F 7th
1.4-AURE lots In orchard, on h
frontage. 5"f0. Madison an . 7th
st. Inquire Owner, 740 F. 7th s'
SO-acre fruit farm near Fp,ypti--
Ark.. to trad for Ogden r? d r e
doress J. H Parker, Colonlni Hntol 1
Springfield Mo. in-20 1wki
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2853 Mon- 1
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close In. j
C. D. IVE8, 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr !
5- R00M frame house;
close in; will sell for
$1500; $100 down, $20
CARL. C. RASMUSSEN
Phone 115. 350 24th St.
PUPILS In private home; for further
Information call phone 1556. 9-5-3t
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an execution issued
out of the District Court, of the Coun
tv of Weher. State of Utah, wherein
the Ogden Sangs Rank, plaintiff,
and Annie E Bowe defendant, upon
a Judgment rendered the 27th rla ol
lune 191". for the sum of $7'i 29
United States gold coin, besides rosta
and interest. I have this day levied
upon all the right title, claim and in
terest of said defendant Annie R
Bowe of in and to the following
described real estate. to--it
The following property is located in
ngden City Weber County. Ltah.
parts of lot 1 block 4, 5 acre plat A.
UAden City survey, beginning 4u fee
east of northwest corner of said lot
1 thnre east 40 feet, thence south
165 feet, thence cfi 40 feet. henc
north 165 feet, to the place of begin
Also beginning at a point 198 feet
u est of nonhea?t corner of paid lot
l. and running thence south 9 rods,
i hence west 50 feet. thnce north 9
rods, thence east 50 feet to begin
Also a part of lot 1 block 9. plai
A Ogden City survey beginning
feet easi of southwest corner of said
lot 1, thence west 42V, feet, thency
north 8 rods, thence east 424 feet,
thence south 8 rods tn beginning.
Public notice Is hereby given that
I will, on the 30th day of October
1913. at 12 oclork nxn. of said da
ber c.ount court house sell at pub
lic auction for United States goid
coin, all the right title, claim and
interest of said defendant Annie E
Bowe of. In and in the above de
scribed property, or so much thercor
as may be necessary to re lee suffi
eieni DlQney to satis said Judgmen
with interest ano costs, etc, to the
highest and best bidder
j Dated at Ogden Cltj Weber. County
Utah, this St h d?,v of October 1913
T DEVINE, Sherlf!
By C A kLLISON,
I NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. By lrtu" of an execution issued ou'
of the District Court, of the County
of Weber. Sta'e of Utah, wherein the
Ogden Savings Bank, plaintiff, and
I William Bowe and Annie E Bowe, de
, tendanfs, upon B judgment rendered
the 27th day of Jun 1913 ior ihe
sum of 5232. Go. United States golc
Coin besides costs and interest, I
have this day levied upon all th
, right, title, claim and interest of said
! defendants. V illiam Bowe and Vnnic
IE Bo. of( in "nd tn ihe following
I described real estate to wn.
Th? following property Is loiatei
in Ogden City, Webr county. Utah
parts of lot 1. block 4. 5 acre plat A.
(iKnen City Survey beginning 40 feet
east of the northw est . orner ol said
lot 1. thence eapt 10 feet, thence south
'165 feet, thence west 40 feet, thence
north 165 feet, to the plate of begin
ning Also beginning at a point 19S Teet
west of the hortheasl corner of said
lot 1 and running thence south 9
rods, thence jrest 5o feet. ;hence
north 9 rods, thence east 50 feei to
viim a par- of lo' 1. block 9, plai
(igdcTi City survey, beginning 2'7
"et cast of the Fouthwesi rorner of
said lot 1. thence weR 124 fee,
ihence north S rods 'hence east 42'?
feet, thence south rods to beginning
Public Notice lb hereby given th.u
I will, on the 2,0tn day or October. :
1913. at 12 o'clock nooi.. of sain day
at the south from door of the Weber
County Uourt House. iell at pub'tc
auction, for United States gold cpio,
all th right, title, r.nlni and interest. 1
of a:d defendant Williini Bjw? and I
Annie E Bowe. of. in and to the aho-e
described property, or so mm h tbe-t- 1
cf as may be neiessrr; io rnise tuf
flrion' money t sans'; sa.d judg 1
ment. wi;h Inleres and eoss. etc.. to
ihe highest and best bldipr.
Dated a: Ogden I ly. Weber fk)Unty
Utah, this 8th day of OMobci
T. A. DEYIHE Sheriff.
By t . ALLISON.
, Deruty Sheriff
WHITE SOX WIN
Teoria, Ills., Oct. 21 Tleing the
mr In the sixth inning wUn a sac
r.f 1 e ;i b Sam ( rawford the b
cago White Sox hammered out a
victory over the Now York C.ants
here today In the eighth nr Dg bv ,
bunching a double, single, trip. -i J
two singles for ihrc- rurtR en
gave ihe Am'Tan !erC'i -reme
bv a score of 6 in 4 Score.
R. H E
White Sox 100 101 u.V 6 10 2
Giant 000 030 0014 7 0
BatteHe? T.evcrenz nd Schalk;
Wiltse and AH'mgo. Umpires Klem j
and Sheridan. '
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4. 0 E S.. regulnr meetings held
at Masonlr na'.l on Washington ave
between 2Rth and 26th ts.. the first
and third Fridays of each month So
journing members cordlallv Invited to!'
attend Fannie M Whlttemore, W. 1
M ; Callle E Care. Secretsry.
Unity Lodge No. 1? F ft A. M- ,
Masonic Temple 2550 Washington I .
avenue. Meetings every Wednesdart
evening at 7 30 o'cloek Members of i ,
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
r-ordlally Inrlted to attend. 8. W I
Wherf,, W. M Felix T. Moore, Sec
Queen Clfv Rebekah No. 4.1
I O O. F . meets aeeond and fourth
Fridar evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har
rington. N G : Emma Meld. Record
ing Secretary. 718 Twenty-third ,
WQMBN of Woodcraft Ogdn Circle
No. 581. meets ever? Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock, New Woodmen
Hall, Fraternity Bldg Visiting neigh
bors Invited Dues can be paid to
Dr Alice M. Ridge. M D R7-5S Lewis
block Eliza Bremer, G N. 464 22nd
St. St Marie Crites. clerk, 2731 Mon
roe avenue 9-10-tf
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall. Utah National bank build
Ing, every Monday evening. All K. of
Ps are requested to meet with us
W ft, Luddington C. C; W G. Kind,
M of E ; W. L. Underwood. K. ot R.
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World, Silver Hive No 1 meets
every first and third Friday evenings
at 8 o'clock, and every second and
fourth Friday afternoons at 2 - 30 1
o'clock, In Woodmen Hall Fratornlty
Block. Visiting members cordially In
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGUE8TON, L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R K
Royal Neighbors of America Meets I
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p. m., jatl
the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building Visiting neighbors innted.
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles
Ftnley, M. D, room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and !
Order of Owla Ogden Nest No.
1218, Order or Owli, meets every
Friday evening in their own hall (the I
old Elk club rooms; at 8 o clock
Visiting Brother Owla are invited to I
.luena the nest meetings, t red Cal j
tlhan, President, J Oliver, Secretary, 1
4it Wasninfcion avenue.
SEOO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every
second and lourth T nursday nigoi.s
it 8 p m.. In t U O Pal hull Viait
ing neighbors cordialo inwiea Fran
bes CoppocK, 667 27tn St. Kate ny
man, Clerk. Ben pnone u4i-J.
Woodmen of the orU Weber'
Lamp No. 74, meet iu the W, O SV.
hall, Taternity block, 2320 Washing
ton avenue, every Thursaa eeuiug;
at 6 o CiocK vibuius uoatLien cui -alally
invited to attend.
C. E. CAN3KE, C. C.
E AUTH. Clerk
Modern NNcodmen 01 America Ltah
CMOS No y390 meets bferj first aou
tniiu Tuesdaj evenings ai b o clock al j
K. ol P. hall, Twentv lOiirta su auu
Waamngton aie. Visiting memoir
Invited, vn ri Draney, ContuL J.
M. tinafer, Clerk.
Brolhtruood of American Yeomen - 1
ugatin ftoniestead, io. loui, uiettb ol
Urot and tuird iuur6ud ociiiuj 1,
ucw 1 O. O r'. hall. hraLernn ouiia
lug, Wasniuglon avenue. isiuus
Archeis are cordially luvued to uiec
with us. Addie L. Williams, l-.ire-'
mun, 160 Twenty-tirst street, J. . I
Junk, correspondent, i2y- asnins-
Fraternal Order ot EagleJi jgdeu I
Aerl No. IIS, F. O. E , meets e.er '
Wednesday veuing at liajies ball.
Hudson ae., t k clock. V isnint; :
I orot.her Eaic ar luvued lo auenu
I the aerie uieeLluga Liuo rooms open
at 11 a uj. J. W. Orlllin. v . Piej,.
aeDt. lii. K.- Ceiger, secietari Dr L
It aru.titi. Aerie t nysician.
CKDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS Wasatch Dimv.ou .no. 124, O. R. C,
nitts second and lourth Fridaj
.... in-, a Fraternuj biock. 'Odd
lellowu Hall Ail brotbers are cor
diall invited to attend. t h. Pear- 1
sou, C. - D Li Boyle, S and T.
Clatsilied ao vertlsements on this
page cost one veni per word, each in- j
fruou Bui no met mseruoii can
bo le8 man .0 cents. Or you can
ruu the clashitied advertisement lor j
25 ceutb per line per week, but no'
weekly advertisement can be less Uiau
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUALIZATION AND
A C Fell, T. Samuel Browning and j
Joseph I N.". Commissioners 01 Og.
rlen City. Utah, silling aa a Board 01
Equalization &"d Review of the spe
dnl and locai taxes to be levied and
esyested by ordinance upon propertj 1
iihuiting ou Hif west side of Gram j
r from Ktth 10 20th Streets and 1
oi: both eides 0; Qiinc Avenue from j
;iiih 'o L'2nd Streets, known as Side
walk District No 118, hereby give cjo- ,
lice that list of property in said d -tr.'ct
10 be ux.d has been completed I
f,ri(! 1 e w meet at the Major's!
offJc a tn. -it Hall. UgUen City,
Utah, from 9 o clock a m to 6 o clock
p m.' for five consecutive days, com
mencing October 18. 1913, to and In
citing October 23, 1913, and wlil re
.,!iori ou each 01 these da. s
diiring said hou- for the purpose ol
ln.ar.ng an person feeling aggrieved
-rid to make correction of any tax
deem', unequal or umus:. and dur
ing fh t"1 ng 61 qaid Boat.i sad
-,it 0' property ar.d the taxe- pro
posed Hhal' - a id there b open j
10 ublic iuspeclion.
r; order vf the Board October 16,
,)i:, A. G FEU. Mayor
Kfg p blicatfot October 16, I9i3
Last publication October 22, 1913
Read the ClaseiDed Acb. I
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I
READERS OF THE PRESS I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements In this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE m all lengths. 256S Cole's
Court, rear 240 2$th St Tel 1180-M.
Orang Bros Auto Repair Shop
Auto repairing, machine work, cast
iron and aluminum welding the
cheapest and best repair shop in the
city In rear 2S66 Washington.
B. T HFLANISKT. First National
Bunk Bldg 12-11-tf
LAWYER O CONNOLLY, over Com
mercial National Bank Blldg.. 319
24th St Phone 111.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Room 24R2 Grant
Ave. Not the. Biggest but the
Best Billiard and pool tables and
supplies for sale We sell the Minn
Table, the bs table manufactured
Expert repairing done.
J. WrLSON Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer. .Upstairs. 2465
Wash. Ave Phone 850. 12-30-lmo
F .J. FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopahy; try
chiropractic (spinal adjustments )
Rcom 14 Commeroial Nat'l Bank
Bldg Phone 311, 6-7-U
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 833 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm
med Ogden Hat Works 221 1-2
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone us up. We
w 111 call for It. Tel. 210
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
".t of the intention ot said Board
lo make the tollowlng described lm
pi o enientb, to 11
To create both sides of Wall Ave
uue Irom '7ih lo 2Sih Streets, and
both sides of Hudson Aenue from
83yd to 24th Street, a curb and
gutter district, and to build therein
coiciele curbs and gutters of the
standard lorm, logethe: with the
ntct6sary intersections, grading ano
all work pertaining tneieto and to
c:e'ra ihe whole of the cost thereor.
estimated at 12,300.00 by a local as-set-ment
upon the lots or pieces of
gmund lyiDg and being within the
buiindjardlta of the following aistrict.
being the district to be benefited and
allected by said lmiro erueuts. viz
AH the land ling between the out
er boundary lines of the nbove ave
hiiet where curbs and gutters are j
not no built and a line drawn 5M- '
feet outwaru irom and parallel to the
scld outer boundary lines.
AH protests and objections to the
carrying out of such intention musi
be presented in Writing to the Clt)
Recorder on or beior-- tue 2ord day ot 1
October ar 10 o clock a. m.. that be- j
in" the time set by the said Board
o'" Commissioners when they wiU
beaT and consider such objections as
n-ay be made thereto at the major's
olfice in the City Hall. Ogden City.
B order of the Board ot oinmls
sioners of Ogden Glty, I ' 8 b
Dated this iOtb day of September.
A. G. fell. Ifaypr.
H J ( KAS'EN. Lity Enemeer
First publication. September 30.
I)'5- . 1
Last publication. October :2.
I NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is her'eb given by Hie Board
of Commissioners of Ogden I Ity,
I'tah, of the intention of the said
Pc.ird to make the following describ
ed improvements, 10-wit:
To create Hudson Avenue- Mucfii
I 33rd and .4th Stieeis ihrough Block
H a sidewalk district and to con-
struct therein a concrete walk twelve
(111 feet wide and four luches lu
' ilvckness, with the necessary inter
I sfctlions. toceiher with the necessary
! grading therelor. and lo defray the
whole' Of the cost thereof, estimated
g . 1 1 bj a local assessmeut
I upon the lots or pieces of jtrouno
Ij r. and hem within the following
d strict, being the district to be ben
en ted or affected by said laiprove
I mtuts. viz.:
All the land lying between 'h- out-
er boundary hne6 of -aid aenue. and
I a line drawn o'l feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
All protests and objections to the
j carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
I R corder 011 or before the 6th day of
.oember. 1913. at 10 oclock a m.
j 1 bat being the time set by said Board
I of l ommissionrs when they
I hear and consider such objections as
n.:, be iiiiide thereto, at the Mayor s
office, at the City Hall, Ugden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utaa.
Iaiel this 14th day of October,
IflU H J CKAVKN.
City Engineer. ;
First publication October 11. 1913.
l.isi publication November 5, 19LI
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is i"reb given by ibe Board
of Commissioners of (gden City of
the Intention of said Board to make
the following described Improve
To la) out. establtsh and open a
public slrei to be named Iowa av
enue, nj-rth and south through Block
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St.
The secret of heilth Is proper ad
justment. Dr. John F Morrlton, Physician sad
j Surgeon Osteopath 2482 Washington
I avenue 10-7 Ijio
PAINTING, PAPER HAN GIN CJ
PAINTING, paperhsnglng and tinting.
J. Den Hart hog Phone 57VR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W. Residence phone 21J9-W. 645
Washington avenue. 6-11-U
CRAW SHAW STUDIO
219 25th Street
Fine Art Photograftey.
Come and hive a sitting.
PLASTERING done for cow or hay.
l'hone 922 J 1421 24th St. W. F.
WOODY PRINTING CO. W do good
work. Mlf Wash. Ave, l'hone 850.
VOUR garbage hauled regular. San m
ltary can lurnlshed free. Sanitary.
Gartu-ge Co Phone 020.
!ciTY SCAVENGER, McCaxty 4 Ce,
2I2S Grant. Boll phone '2U18-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS i
NEW ANO SECOND HAND furniture,
cloihing and shoes, bougnt, sold or
exenangeu; also trunks and suitcases
; chetp. A Slner. Phone 1S2L 179 1
! Twenty-fifth 8t. 6-13-lyr
; GALLACHER repairs trunks. 310
25th SL 6-35-lmo.
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called for. Electric Service Co., i
Phone SS. Up 24th 8U
28, Plat "C," Ogden City Survey the
whole distance between 25th and 26th
Streets, where Iowa avenue is not
now opened, said street to be 60 feet
w.oe, being 27 feet east and 33 feet
v. est of the lot line between Lots 1,
' I, 3. 1, o. 61 7. S. 9 and 10, Block 28,
I Fiat C," Ogden City Survey, and to
I defray the whole of the cost thereor j.
estimated at ? 1 ,20v ". b a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces of
crfiunri lying and bem? wuhin the
icLowing district, being the district
I to be benet.ted and afiecteU by said
I improvement, u.
All the land l.ung between the out
I er boundary lines of said Avenue
when opened as proposed and also
that part of Iowa Anue which is
already opened and a line drawn 5't
eel outward from and parallel to the
sniu outer boundary I'ne?. being par',
of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 7. 8. and 10,
biock i'lat C, also Lots 11, ff, '
L3, 14, L5, 16 and 17 of Anita Lender
Subdivision ol Lots 5 and 6, of vsaitl )
Block 28, Plat C, Ogdea City Sur
vey. All protests and objections to Ibn
carrying out of such intention mus.
bf presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or belore tne 6th day 01
November, 191J. at 10 oclock a tn.,
t at being the time set by the Board
uf Commissioners when they wui
Ler and conider such objections as
waj be made thereto, at the Majors
01 in e at the City Hull. Ogden City.
By urder of the Hoard of Commis
sioners of Ogden Cit, Utah.
Dated this 14th dav of October,
1918 A G. FELL.
H J t RAVEN
FlTJBl publication October 14. 1913.
Last publication November 5. 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION,
Notice is hereby given by the
Hoard ol Ccmmiseionera of Ogden
I City, of the Intention of said Board
to "make the following de-enbed ini
I provements, lo-wil:
'l o cr all both sides of Madison
' Avenue between 22nd and 24th
j Streets ns a curb and gutter district.
( and to bund therein coucrete curbi
and gutters of the standard form, to
j gather with ihe necessary lntersec
I lions, grading aid all ork pertain
I lug thereto and to defray the whole
i of ihe iost thereof, estimated at 12,- f
5 i0 00 by a local assessment upon tn I
iota or pieces of ground lying a .d f
b h u within Ihe boundaries of ih
I lollowlng dlslrict being the distr ct jf
to beneti't-d and ,Hii--cted by oa'u
' improvements, viz.:
All the land lying between the out
I or boundary lines of th above aven
, ue vi hero curbs and gutters are not
now built and a line drawn 50 fe'. ,
ru v.iird from and parallel ly the said
I outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to thj
carrying "H of such Intention must t
b presented in wrlt ng to th Cit;
Kt'-order on or before the 6th day
ol .oember al 10 oclock a. m. that ,
bi ng tb LjJJjae fet i ihe sain Board j
of omiuissioners hf-i .lie I
hear and consider such objections I
as may be made thereto at the May- W
or b office In the City Hall. Ugden I
Bj order of the Board of t'omm:s- ' I
onei 1 ' 1 1 City, Utah.
Dated mis 14 tit day of October, ' j
1913. A. G. FELL.
H J CRAVEN,
E.rst publication October 14, Pi". 4
l ast publication November 5. 4913 I
Paris. Oct 22. The French gov-
rrnnnprit today ordered ihe armored I UM
enji.r drdir to proceed to 1 i U
Mcxicsr coasl lo protect French in- 1