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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913. 3-1
Want advertisement cost on cent
per word each Usue. or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
25 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
fc, five average words make a line. Ail
advertisements on this page must be
! paid In advance. No exception to this
WANTED FEMALE HELP
" GIRL wanted for housework. 3000
GOOD girl, three 1n family. Mrs
l( F Touts phone 2086, 10-28-lwk
GIRL, about 1" to assist in general
housework. Call mornings. 612
24th St 10-27-4t
GIRI-- for general housework Small
family. 327 23rd St. 10-27-lwk
WANTED A girl or woman over 20
J rears of age. for housework Must
be' thoroughly experienced and com
petent. $7 per week, no washing In
quire 818 24th St ,f
rwAMRERMAID. Reed Hotel
COOK wanted for eight boarders 44 1
21st St. 10-22-1 wk
WANTED Chambermaid at Reed
CENTRAL Business college Gregg
5-horthand, touch typewriting, book
keeping and day and night classes
Opposite P. O Tel 764
WANTED MALE HELP
SPLENDID chance for party With
mall capital to engage in profit
able business. Investigate while op
portunity is open Call from 10 a. m.
to 5 p m , 2438' Washington avenue.
BOY with bicycle to deliver pack
ages Wrights-. 10-23 f
I HAVE a flretclass position that will
pay from $3 to S5 a day for six
gcod salesmen or salesladies. C. B
lliggins, under First Natl Bank.
DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln. Phone
1285-J. 9 22 lmo
THE wonderful Invention of Dr. Ha
eers. now on exhibition at 2488
Washington avenue, clearly demon
strates how the cheapest, cleanest and
most convenient fuel obtainable cau
be used In your own range, heater or
furnace. Evervbodv cordially invited.
WE have for sale a well-loeated
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 to $500 per month. Rent
and operatiug expense very light;
good permanent business established ;
full outfit of machinery ami tools.
Hero is an opening for some live
person. Must be taken up quick
Don't telephone. See us. Mathews
McCulloch Co, Under First Nafl
ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034.
"WANTED to buy fat sound horses
good ages, from 9 to 11 hundred
pounds Roy Griffin Phone 1200-R.
WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at
tho Standard office. Phono 50. 360
BOARD AND ROOM
MODERN room with or without board.
reasonable, private family. 335 2Slh
St. 10-24-1 wk
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
j ROOM With steam heat, hatb, for
gentleman. $2.50 per week. Close
II in; references. 2341 Adams avenue.
JFOUR rooma, cellar, board and room.
1563 Wash Ave. Phone 1127-M.
2 FURNISHED rooms. 549 22nd St.
ELEGANTLY furnished 5 room apart
Iment. MM be acaut Nov. 1, at 1841
Adams avenue: ideal location, strict J
ly modern: no children 10-25-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for rent. In
oulro 274C Adams. 10-28-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing. 2759 Grant. 10-28-lwk
5-ROOM modern, nicely furniihed,
also piano. Phone 2463 -W
THREE furnished rooms. 554 27th St.
1 0-23-1 wk
HOUSEKEEPING roomB, 2353 Mon
roe Ave 10-26-1 mo
FIVE-room modern, close in; vacant
Nov 1. Purdy, 2478 Washington
I Phone 485-J. 10 24-lwk
FOP. housekeeping gas, bath; alf.o
sleeping rooms 427 24th. 10 24-lwk
THREE furulshed housekeeping
rooms. Call evenings or Sunday.
-'846 -Hudson avenue 1 0-23-2 w ks
FIVE room brick, furnished, $22.50;
J unfurnished, 520; 2748 Lincoln
ONE strictly modern four-roomed
brick house and collar, furnished
Inquire at 524 E. 7th si. 10 22-lwk
FRONT room, modem. 2731 Adams.
NEWLY furnished four-room house;
modern. 3158 Porter Ave Phone
2127-W 1 wk
8-ROOM house, fun.ished or unfur
nished. 2341 Madison 10-3-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, J2
week up. 536 31st St 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED flati. 2634 Grant Ave.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
FOUR-room brick modern house, large
screen porch. 3077 Washington Ave
Inquire 2370 Lincoln. Phone 707 W.
AFTER Nov. 1; a comfortable three
room house on bench, $12 50 per
month Inquire Room 403, First Nat
FOUR-room house cellar, yard, city
water and lights, near school. 10
mluute car service. Applv 427 12th
4-ROOM modern house 2840 Hud
son Ave 10-27-lwk
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 and 446 27th St., 6 flats, 19 rooms
ppiy to urant Ave. iu -it
FOUR-room modern Rear 315 27th,
no children. 10-13-tf
FIVE-ROOM, modern house, includ
ing gas; 569 24th. Inquire Hor
rocks Bros. 9-19-tt"
FIVE-ROOM modern. 2661 Van Bur
eu. Bichsel. 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 60 per
month. Phone 612. 9-16-12wks
BIGHT room modern brick house. 2171
Reeves e, rent $20; phone 339
John J Greiner. 123 25th St 9-9 tf
FOUR-room, $12; 6-room, $15; close
in; water, lights. 2155 Adams.
ONE brown horse; weight about 1800,
when last seen had halter on John
R. Brown Commission Co. Phone
HUNTING coat, Tuesdav afternoon.
containing annual pass O S L R.
and $45 cash, valuable papers. Tups
day afternoon, reward $20; Return to
H. C. Matsuda, 208 Y 22nd St. Phone
CHATELAINE Purse, containing card
case and small change, October 12,
reward. Return Standard 10-21-2t
NAVY blue corded suit; waa lost on
m reel or aeuvereu 10 wroug au
drees Return to La6t & Thomas Co.
STORE for rent 620 24th St. Tel. 609.
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable
Inquire A G. Fell, Mayor's office.
STORE room 2238 Washington. 2
story, full basement, 100 feet deep.
Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G. Fell,
WILL trade an 8x10 camera with 68
F Anastigmot lens for an Oliver or
Remington typewriter Write or call
2354 Grant Ave 10-24 lwk
VOGUE BEAUTY PARLOR
FACIAL and scalp treatments, va
por baths and rubs, scientific mas
sage, manicuring for ladles and gen
tlemen Hours 10 a m , to S p. in.
Suite 23, Third floor, Orpheum ho
BEAUTIFUL rugs made from old car
pets and rugs. 330 23rd St. Phone
1908 M 1 0-23 It
LEANING city; will sell our beau
tiful 400 piano cheap. 2631 Grant
: Avenue 10-28-lwk
I'IVAIMIh'S tnr coin- trnri ulnro
Call 551 23rd St . 10-28-lwk
FURNITURE for sale and house for
rent. 351 27th St. 10-27-lwk
BIDS will bo received at Abels Ab
siract office for a frame house and
fencing to be removed from premises;
also for 500 Bhares in Ogden Bench
Canal, right lo reject bids reserved
. 10 25-tf
HI 'MOBILE louring car, 1913 mod
el. Perfect condition. Phone 60.
K have received two car loads
Of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jerseys at cow mar
ked, 7th and Wash. 10-17-tf
WORK horse for sale, weight 1,300
212 N. Washington J. c Bowman.
2 CLARIONETS, cheap 2874 Hud
CALL and soo my flue line of vlo
llus, bows and cases. Cash or pay
ments Prices most reasonable. Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phono 1209.
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
At., bet- 23rd and 24tb Sis, Phone
THIS month's special. I will sell few
high grade standard makes, nerw
p:unos for only $285, laid down.
Terms $10 down, and $5 a month, no
Interest Can you heat it? Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson Phono 1209
GOOD piano at bargain. 505 26th St
Phone 2212-M. 10-13-lwk
GENT'S bicycle for sale good condi
tion Call 2457 Qulncv Ave 10-27-w
FULL sized ink barren, $1.00 apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard. 360 24th
Be Phone 56. I - lg-tf
$800 PLAYER piano; used only two
months; not a blemish on It. Will
sell dirt cheap for cash. 2874 Hud
son. Phone 1209.
FOR Sale at a bargain 5 passenger
Stoddard-Dayton automobile in first
class condition. Grange Bros , in
rear 2566 Washington 10-8 tf
MONEY TO LOAN
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
reliable people on short notice, call
Phone 1613-J 9-24-1 wk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments; no security, also
loans on furniture, pianoB, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hur3t.
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel.
Commercial Nat l Bank Bldg.
ON farm or city propertv. Any amount
Purdy. 2478 Washington. 6-11-tf
LOANS on improved fan. or city!
property. HUNTER 4. KENNEDY, i
423 21th St, opposlto court hou60 I
HONEY to loan on city and farm
property. Anv amount, no delay
Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under First
National Bank. Phono 301-W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dla
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam s Loan Office, established
1S85. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th SL C. H. Smith. Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BrummitL 4-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly & Herrlclc
COMFORTABLE home 529 17th StJ
Five-room house, fine cellar and
out buildings, 48 feet front, 18 rods
deep. Good variety of fruit Tele
phone 1231-W. 10-27-lwk
FOUR-room houe with pantry clos
et, water, within four blocks Un
ion depot, ouly $1400; $100 down,
balance same as paying rent. J J.
Bruinmltt, under Utah Nat l Bank.
SMALL tract of choice Florida land
Inquire 2112 Lincoln 10-25-lwk
FOR sale by owner New five-room
house on the Bench, with large front
porch and large sleeping porch Same
as. paying rent Phone 34S-J. 20-23 tf
NEW five-room brick, modern, base
ment, large sleeping porch, opposite
Fowler avenue $3,300; $1100 cash,
balance on monthly payments. 957
AN elegant 5-room house with bath,
toilet, stationary lavatory, all mod
ern conveniences, within four blocks
of Union depot, $2300. $iu0 down,
balance same as paying rent. J J.
Brunimitt. phono 69.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room modern bunga
low, completely furnished, $2200.
Pbone 913 Skecn Realty Co.
I FOR SALE By owner, nw, strictly
modern bungalow on Fowler ave.
LRrge lot Also other homes, fur
nished and unfurnished. Address
2027 Adams Phone 1677-R.
200 LOTS well located on the bench
these are all nice sightly lots,
these are a great snap at $25 per lot,
any kind of terms, low rate of In
terest J. J. Brummitt, under Utah
Nat l bank.
I AN ideal lot for a home on 13th St ,
near car line aud school, 80x182,
large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickens. It
I solves the high cost of living. Plenty
of water, easy terms. W H Voorhles,
Phone 1312-R. lo-18-tt
FOR SALE REAL SNAP
STORE Fine cement basement; new
6tock; delivery outfit, cheap. Phono
LOT near Union depot, $10 per front
foot. $10 down, $10 per month. J
J, Brummitt. under Utah Nat'l bank
WANT A BARGAIN?
HERE It Is. 4-room, new, modern
bungalow, cement cellar, screened
perch Nicely located on bench Will
ell on monthly payments at a bar
gain Seo E. W. Cannady, Room 11.
Commercial Natl Bank Bldg.
A REAL SNAP.
5-room modern new collage, close in;
915 23rd St . $2000. Owner. E. T
Woollev, 625 South Second East, Salt
Lake City. 9-24 tf
A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone
5-ROOM modem bungalow, lot 60s
165; good lawn and shade; on car
lino close to buslnes center. An ele
gant house in the best location In
Ogden. Good terms, prico $4500.00
Mathews-McCulloch Co., under Firat
National Bank. 9-3-tf
AN elegant lot on 23rd street 50xl.'!'
feet to alley $200 down, $10 per
month. J. J Brummitt, phone 58
80-acre fruit farm near Fayettevllle,
Ark., to trado for Ogden residence.
Address J H Parker, Colonial Hotel,
Springfield. Mo. 10-20 1 wit
AN elegant lot 171 foci deep, located
on Lincoln avenue, only $10 per
front foot, $50 down, $10 per mouih
J. J. Brummitt, under Utah Nat l
ONE ACRE on 29th St.
Bench. Must be sold with
in next few days. Biggest
bargain in Ogden, at $600.00. i
Under First National Bank.
ELEGANT lot near the Farr school
for only $100, $10 down, $10 per
month. J. J Brummitt, phone 59.
TEN acres unimproved land suitable
for orchard garden or general pur
poses, $125 per acre; $25 per acre
cash and balance on payments to suit.
HUNTER fc KENNEDY, 423 24th St
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale Inquiro 2353 Mon
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, clco In.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-15-lvr
5-ROOM frame house;
close in; will sell for
$1500; $100 down, $20
CARL. C. RASMUSSEN
Phone 115. 350 24th St.
PUPILS in private home; Tor further
information call phono 1556. 9-5-3t
LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, tho
greatest farseer, astrologist, palm
! ond card reader. Call and be co;i
lnced she Is the best 132 1-3 25th
st Newdale rooms
BOY MADE MENTALLY
WEAK BY HAZING
Oakland. Oct 28 George Fonts, 14
years old, who is said io have be
come mentally unbalanced as the re
sult of a hazing received at school
six years ago. was committed yester
day to the home for feeble minded at
Glen Ellen. The alleged hazing was
committed by four youths who tied
a sack over the hoy's head and told
him the. were going to bury him in
the school yard. Young Fonts never
recovered from the fright. Tho
mother of the boy told her story of
the hazing In court.
AMAZING LIST OF
San Francisco Cal. Oct 28 will
iam Bastain, the jouth who last week
was captured maiuly through the e(
forts of a bull dog and who later con
fessed to an amazing series of burg
laries committed In this city, has glv
en the police n long list of houses he
has robbed Bastain is still racking
his memon In order to aid the police
in clearing up numerous burglaries
of the last five years, the period coh
ered by his opera Hons, but says the
, task of rememberiug all the places he
has robbed is almost impossible be
cause of his imperfect memory.
Bastain told the police yesterday
that he had planned to rob only a
few morr places, which ho hoped
would bring him sufficient to buy an
automobile After that, he was to have
given up his career of crime.
DEMETRAL IN JAIL
ON CONSPIRACY CHARGE
Chicago, Oct. 27. The bond of
William Demetral, the Greek wres
tier, arrested Saturday on a charg
of conspiracy, was fb:ed at ISO00 to
day in the criminal court. Demetral
was committed to the county Jail as
he was unable to furnish the 8000
Demetral is charged bv William A
I Schmidt, a photographer, with de
I tiaudlng him of $4000 by means of
a fake wrestling match in Toledo. O,
September 1 Assistant State's At
torney Murphy said that a syndicate of
fake sporting event swindlers, with
headquarters in Chicago, had made
$200,000 by fraud ret ently.
TO DEVELOP COAL LANDS
.Nampa, Ida . Oct 28 Southern Ida
ho. which depends solely on the Utah
and Wyoming fields for its coal and
therefore pays an exorbitant freight
rate, will soon have Its own source of
BUppl) if the plans of HI Henry, the
pioneer minstrel man materialize
Henry has between 400 and 500 acres
of fine prospects near Horseshoe Ben J
on the Idaho Northern extension. Just
completed He haB been doing de
velopment work on a small scale for
Mr Henry is now negotiating with
a large eastern com ern lo take oer
i the property and develor It thorough
ly. F S Martin of Minneapolis ami
C. E IMirfee of Des Moines returned
to the east today after making an In
spection for the syndicate They were
i enthusiastic oer (he property
and It Is understood will make a fa
vorable report to the company.
U. S. STEEL DIVIDEND
' New York, Oct. 28 The United
I States Steel corporation today de
clared its regular quarterly dividend
I of 1 1-4 Per cent on the common
stock and 1 3-4 per cent on the preferred.
New York. Oct. 28. Money on call
firmer 8 1-404 per cent: ruling rnte.
?. 1-2 per cent; closing bid. 3 1-2'If
4 per cent.
Time loan firm. Ho days. 4 l-L-4
3-4 per cent. 90 days. 6 per cent;
six months. 4 3-4 per cent.
F'rlnu- mercantile paper. 5 1-2
3-4 per cent; sterling exchange,
steady; $4.81 for 60 days; $4 85 25
for demand, commercial bills. $4.81.
Bar silver. 59 3-4c. Mexlcau dol
lars. 4(i l-2c. Government bonds,
steady; railroad bonds Irregular.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4, O. E. S , regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.
between 25th and 2Cth ta the first
nnd third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially Invited to
attend. Fannie M. Whittemore, W.
M.; Calll E. Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A M..
Maeonlo Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock Members o'f
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. 8 W.
When-., W. M. Felix T. Moore. Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah tdgo No, 4.
I O O. F., meets second and fourth
; Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
j Vl6ltlng members invited. Nona Har
j rington. N Q Emma Meid. Record
I lng Secretary, 718 Twenty-third
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 081. meets every 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.. 57-58 Lewis
block Eliza Bremer, O. N 464 22nd
St. St Marie Crites, clerk, 2731 Mon
roe avenue. 9-lu tf
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Caatlo hall. Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. All K. oi
P's aro requested to meet with us
W. H. Luddington, C. C: W. O. Kind.
M. of E. ; W. L. Underwood. K. of R
LADIES or the Maccabees of the
World, Silver hive No ) meets
I every first and third Friday evenings
i at 8 o'clock; and eery second ard
j fourth Friday afiernoons at 2 30
o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block. Visiting members cordially in
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGLESTON. L. C
L. JENNIE PROUT. R K,
Royal Neignboro of America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p. m , ,at
tho new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
I building. Visiting neighbors invited.
I Dues can be paid to Mrs. Auna Rles-
I Finlcy, M. D., room 21 Lewis block.
j India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27lb and
Order of Owls Ogden Neat No.
1218, Order of Owls, meets eterj
Friday evening in their own hal! (the
old Eli; cluu ruomsj at S o clock
Visiting Brother Owls are invited to
uliunu lue uesi meetings 1 reu Cai
ilhan. President, J. Oliver, Secretary,
ULU Vttscingtou avenue.
SE'JO Lily Circle No 174 meets every
second ana louriu inursau mguto
at 8 p. m., lu 1 u. O. Fai hall. Veil
ing ntiguuora coruiany invictu. h ran
ees Coppock, bbl U7th bt tvate xiej
man, cierk, Bell pnouo 124i-J.
Woodmen of tho World Webei
Camp No. 74, meets in tne W. u. IV.
hall. Fraternity block, 22u Wattmng-
luu nvcuue iiiuiBuuj v .
at & o'clocN. Visiting Woodmen cor
uiaily invited to attend
C. E. CANSKE, C. C
E. AUTH, Llerk.
Modern Woodmen oi America Ltaa
camp io. yjyu meets tvery first auu
third Tuesday escuinga at j o clock at
K of f. hail, Twenty-fourth at. mm
Washington ave. " Visiting members
invited. W. H Drauey, CoiMUL J.
Ad. Shaler, Clerk.
Brolhtrhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead, No. 105, meoia on
first and third luursday eveuiuga lu
new L O. O. F. hull, Fraternity build
ing, Washington aveuue. Visiting
Archer aro cordially invited to uiw.
with us. Addio L Williams, Fore
man, 160 Twenty-nrst street, J. A.
Junk, Corresyouueat, J20J WusulDg
Fraternal Order of Eag'.es wgdei.
Aerio No. 118, F. O. E., meets very
Wednesday evening at Eagles tmu,
Hudoon ave., at 6 o clock Visaing
brother Eagles uic invited lo aiieua
tho aerio meetings. Club rooms opt-L
at 11 a. in. J. W. onftin. vV. Presi
dent. E. R. Gelger, secretary. Dr. C.
E. WarUleigh, Acne Physician.
OKDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Division No. 124. O R C,
meet! second and tourlh Friday ai
2 oU p. m . in Fraternity Block, Odd
rellovstf Hull All brothers aro eor-
Ui;li Invited to attend. C, H. Pear
bou, C. C O .L. Boyle, S and T.
Classified advertisements on Ihla
page cost one cent per word, each in
sertion But no lirst insertion can
be less than 25 cuius. Or you cau
run the classified advertisement ior
25 cents per Hue per week, but no
weekly advertisement cau be less iba.a
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Pingree Tonnuw company, a eor
poration. with Its principal place
business at Ugleu City, Weber coun
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
at a meeting of the Directors of said
Company, held on the iTtu day oi
September. 1913, an assessment No.
21 of fifteen cents pei share was lev
led on the capital stock ol th cor
DO ration payable immediately to
James F. Burton, Treasurer of the cor
poration at the Pi rat National Bank
ol Ogden, corner of Washington ave
nue and Twenty fourth street, Ogdeu
tlx. 1'tah Ah) stock upon which
this assessment may remain unpaid
on the .''.Hi day of Ot lober, 1913, will
be delinquent and advertised for sale,
at publlf auction, and, unless payment
is made before, will be sold on Iho
Sth day of November. 1913. at the of
tice of said company, at the said
First National Bank, to nay the delin
quent assessment, together with the
costs of advertising and expense of
JAMES F. BURTON. Secretary
Pingree Townsite Co, Ogden Vuh
At a meeting of the Hoard of Di
rectors of the I'ingree Townsite com
pany, held at the orflce of the Com
pany in Ogden Ity. Utah, on the
25th day of October. 1913. it was or
dered and directed that the time for
payment of the assessment In the
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY II
READERS OF THE PRESS ' I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that i
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this column I
cost 75c per line per mouth, pay
able in advance.
DONE jn nil lengths 2".0S Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 11S0-M.
Grapge Bros. Auto Repair Shop.
Auto repairing, machine work, cast
Iron and aluminum weldinp. the
cheapest and best repair shop in the
city. In rear, 256C Washington.
E. T. HT7I,NISKT. First National
Bank Bldg. 12-11-tf
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. over Com
mercial National Bank BUdg , 369
24th St. Phone 111
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Room. 2452 Grant
Ave. Not the Biggest, hut the
Pest Billiard aud pool tables and
supplies for sale. We sell the Minn
Table, the best table manufactured
Expert repairing done
J WILSON Bonk and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer UpatairB. 24C?
Wash. Ave. Phone S50. 12-30 lmo
F J FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopahy; try
chiropractic (spinal ad justment.i )
Room 14 Commercial Nat'l Bant:
Bldg. Phone 311. 6-7-tf
I K VAN FvAMPEN Phone 883 for up
bolstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springe.
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrtm
med. Udeo Uat Works. 221 1-2
2th St 8.134!
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Juua, phone us up. We
will call lor 1 1. Te.. 210.
above and foregoing notice set forth
be extended to the 25lh day of No
vember. l'JlS, upon which date all
unpaid assessments wll become de
linquent, 'n accordance thcrcwitn and
hen .nil and thai if not paid on or
before such date will be sold on the
12th day of December, 1913 at the
office of said company, at the First
National Bank Bldg., in said Ogden
I i ny. coer couiiiy, c um, iu i.i."
delinquent ii8sessm',nia. tcg''th-r
with costs of advertising and ex
' penscs of sale,
Bv order of the Board of Directors.
JAMES F BURTON, Secretary'
First National Bank Bidg , Ogden.
( ity. Utah.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma- i
terials and doing the work of build- !
lng concrete curbs and gutters in
Curb and Gutter District No 110, be- !
lng on both sides of Wall Avenue j
: from 27th to 28th Streets; and both
sides of Hudson Avenue from 23rd to .
24th Streets, where curbs and gut-j
j ters are not now built, under plans :
; and specifications prepared by the
City Engineer and approved by the
( Ity Board of Commissioners, will be
received at the office of the City
Engineer in ihe City Mall at Ogden
1 City, aforesaid, until 1 o'clock a m., j
I on the 201 h day of November. A. D., I
1013. at which time all proposals re
ceived will be publicly opened and
. read aloud.
Plans and specifiers ions can be
obtained upon application at the of
' lice of the City Engineer in the Ity
I Mali after November 10, 1913
The rlKht is reserved to reject any j
I or all bids, and to waive any defects
j By order of the Board of Comrais
li j. i RAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication. October 23. 1013
Last publication November 19. 1913.
Read the Classified Ads.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice s hereby given by the Board
0f Commissioners of Ogdeu City,
:ah of the intention of the said
Poard to make the following descnb
To create Mudsou Avenue between
23rd and iMth Streets, ihrouh Block
a j us a sidewalk district and to con
struct therein a concrete walk twelve
(13) feet wide and four Inches in
thickness with the necessary inter
.uons. Wether willi the n.-tvs.-ary
fading therefor, and to defray the
whole of the co?t thereof, estimated
a- $1 S00 00 by a local assessment
unou 'the lots "or pieces of ground
i, me and being wilhin the following
d strict, being the district to be ben
otited or affected by said improve
11 the land lying between the out
er" boundary line Of -aJd avenue, and
B line drawn 50 feet outward troin
and parallel io the said outer bound
Ml protests and objections to the
carrying DUt of such inteuilou must
be presented lu writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 0th day ot
November, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m.
ihji being the time set by said Board
Of Comnilbslouers when they will
hear and consider such objections as
may be made thereto, at the Mayor's
o'.fice, at the City Hall, Ogden City,
I! order of the Board of Commis
sioners or Ogdeu City. UtS I
Hated this 14th day of October.
11 J CRAVEN,
I-irst publication October II. 1918.
Lest publication November 5, 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
I of Commissioners of Ogden City of
NOTARY PUBLIC 1
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St.
The secret of health is proper ad
justment. Dr. John F Morrit.on, Physician and
Surgeon Osteopath. 2482 Washington
j avenue 10 7-laio
PAINTING, panerhanglng and tinting.
J. Den llartnog. Phone 671-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON '
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician aud
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peer Bldg, Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W. Residence phone 645
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
219 26th Street
Fine Art Photography.
Come and have a slttins.
PLASTERING done for cow or hay.
rnoue 922-J. 1421 24th St. W. F.
WOODY PRINTING CO. Wo do good
work. MCfi U'aau. Ave. Phone &ou.
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary cau lurnitined true, sanitary
jCaibio Co. Piioue 02U.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co,
272' OianL Bell phono SU1S-W. m
NEW AND SECOND HAND lurniture,
cloihing and snocs, Uougot, eoia or
exchanged, also uuuks aud saitcaati
cucap. A Sioer. Phono 1J21. 179 1--i
Aeuij-tnth St, 1- lf
GALLACtlEK repaus uunka. 35u
26th SL 6 25-lmu.
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called lor. Electric Servic-j Co,
Phone 88 Up 24th St.
the intention of said Board to make
the following described improve
To lay out, establish and open a
public street to be named Iowa av-t-nue,
north and south through BlocK
28, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey thd
Whole distance between 25th and 26ih
Streets, where Iowa avenue is no-
Dow opened, aid street to be 60 teei
.(jt', UeiUfc, I I vvL toil HUU DJ ICCV
west of the lot line betweeu Lots 1, Ij
2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7. 8, y aud 10, Block 28.
Plat C, Ogden City Survey, .uid lu
defray the whole of the coot thereoi If
estimated at $1.200 00, by a local as- jjf
siSi-meut upon the lots or pieces of
ground llng and being within the
tollowlng district, being the district:
lo be benefited and aiiccted by said
All the land lying oetween ihe out
er boundary lines ol said Avenue
when opened as proposed and also
ihiU pari ot Iowa Avenue which is
already opened and a lino drawn 50
ik-i outward trom and parallel io the
baid outer boundary Hues, being pari
of Lots 1, 2, '!, 4, 7, 8, 9 and lo.
biocK 28. Plat C , aiso Lots li, 1-.
13, 14. lo. 16 and 17 of Autta Lander B
bubdulslon ot Lots 5 and 6, of said
block 2I, Plul "C," Ogueu City Sar-
All protests and objections to the
can nig out of such inteutiou DBUBI
Ut presented in writing to tho City
Recorder on cr before the 6th aay ui
November, 113, at 10 o'clock a ni..
ti at being the time set by the BoarJ
of Commissioners whet hey will H
heal and consider such oiocciottB as
nay be made thereto, at mo Mayo s B
otlice at iho City Hail, oden City,
By order of the Board cf Commis
sioners ot Ogdeu City, Utah.
Dated this 14th clay ot October.
1913. A G. FELL,
il J CRAVEN,
J irit publication October 14. 1913.
Last publication November 5, 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the
Bof-rd of Commissioners of Ogden
City, of the intention of said Board
to make the following described im
To create both sides of Madison
Avenue between 22nd and 24th
Streets as a curb and gutter district,
and lo build therein concrete curbs
ard gutters of the standard torm. to
gether with the necessary Intersec
tion! grading and all work pertain
ing ihereto and to detray the whole
ot the cost thereoi estimated at $2,
500 00 by u local assessment upon tn'
iots or pieces of ground lying and
bi ing within Ihe boundaries of the
lolloNMii district, being the district
to be benefited and affected by said
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of the aiov e aven
Ui where curbs and gutters uro not
now built aud a Mne drawn 50 feel
outward from aud parallel to the said
ouier boundary lines
All protests and objections to the ' 1
carryiug out of such intention must
be presented In wrltiug to the Cit)
Ri order on or before the 6th day
of November at 10 o'clock a. m , that
being the time set by the bald Board
of Commissioners when ihey will
hear and consider Mich objections
. - may be made thereto at tl" M,i
or officn in the City Hall. Ogden
(' i. Utah.
By order of tho Roard of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 14th day of October,
1013. A G. PELL, j
H J CRAVKN, 1 ge
City Engineer. I I
Firsl publication October 14, mx I
Last publication November 5. 1013. I