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SI THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1913. 3 fl
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WANTED FEMALE HELP
GOOD woman io cook for few bor
I ders, plain home cooking. 447
2l6t St, 10-2-lwk
I GIRL wanted for housework 3000
I GOOD girl; three 1n faroih. Mrs.
! P Fouts, phone 2086. 10-28-lwk
j GIRL about 17 to assist in general
housework. Call mornings. 612
j 24th St. 10-27-4t
GIRL for General housework. Small
family. 327 23rd St. 10-27-1 wk
I ANTED A girl or woniau over 20
yearB of age. for housework. Mum
be thoroughly experienced and com
petent $7 per week, no washing. In
quire 818 24th St (
CHAMBERMAID. Reed Hotel
I COOK wanted for eigh'. ooarders 447
:i8t st. i" M-iwk
I WANTED - Chambermaid at Reed
j; Hotel tt
J CENTRAL Business college Gregg
! shorthand, touch typewriting, book-
keeping and day and night classes.
II Opposite P. O. Tel. 764
I WANTED MALE HELP
a, EXPERIENCED collector wanted.
with wheel, permanent. The Na-
tional Outfitting Co 2J45 Wnshing
K ton Ave. 10-29-It
BOY with bicycle to deliver pack-
ages Wrights 10-23-lf i
DRESSMAKING 2blJ, Lincoln I'bone
WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 fo $500 per mouth. Rent
i and operating expense ery light.
good permanent business established;
lull outfit of machinery and tools
Here 1b an opening for some live
person. Must be taken up quick
I Don't telephone See us MaXhews-
McCulloch Co., Under First Nat l
1 t Bai.k. 9-19-tf
ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034.
WANTED Clean, wnite old ragB, at
i the Standard office. Phone 66 360
BOARD AND ROOM
MODERN room with or without board.
reasonable, private family. 335 2Stl
St 10-24-1 wk
FURNI8HED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
NICELY furnished 5 and 3-room
apartments; Ideal location; strict
ly modern, no children. 2341 Ad
ams Are. 10-29-lwk
ELEGANTLY furnished 5-roora apart
raent. will be vacant Nov. 1, at 2341
Adams avenue; Ideal location, strict
Iv modern; no children 10 25-1 wk
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
ing; modern. 2630 Adams.
ROOM With steam heat. hath, for
gentleman, $2.."o per week. Close
In; references. 2841 Adams avenue
FOUTR rooms, cellar, board and room
1663 Wash Ave. Phone 1127-M
2 FURNISHED rooms. 649 22nd St.
FURNISHED rooms for rent In
quire 2746 Adams 10-28-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
P Ing. 2759 Grant. 10-28-lwk
' 1 1
BROOM modern, nicely furnished;
also piano. Phone 2463 -W
THREE furnished rooms. 554 27th St
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon
roe Ave 10-26-1 mo
rIVE-room modern, ciOBe In; vacant
Nov 1. Purdy, 2478 Washington
Phone 485-J. 10-24-lwk
FOR housekeeping, gas, bath, also
Bleeping rooms 427 24th 10-24-lwk
THREE furnished housekeeping
roomB Call evenings or Sunday.
2846 Hudson avenue 10-23-2wks
TRONT room, modern. 2781 Adams.
8-ROOM house, fun.i6hcd or unfur
nished. 2341 Madison. 10-3-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
week up. 536 31t St. 3-13-lyr
FURNI8HED flats. 2634 Grant Ave.
Two or more lines on this page foi
26 ceata per line per week. Fifty
at la the small est price per week.--
; CHIMNEY SWEEP
' HAVE your furnace and chimney
i cleaned now. Wm. Dow ing. Phone
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, "10019
6-ROOM house; block and half from
Reed Hotel. Inquire 649 26th SL
FOUR room brick modem house, large
screen porch 3077 Washington Ave
Inquire 2370 Lincoln. Phono 707 W
MODERN brick cottage. Inquire O.
A. White. 364 1-2 26th St
AFTER Nov 1, a comfortable three
room hou6e on bench $12 50 per
I month. Inquire Room 403, First Nat
j Rank building
1 OUR-room house, cellar, yard, city
I water and lights, near school, 10
minute car service Apply 427 12th
4-ROOM modern house 2840 Hud
son Ave. 10-27-lwk
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 arid 446 27th Rf . 6 flats, 19 rooms
Apply to 2634 Grant Ave. 10-22-tf
FOUR-room modern Rear 315 27th;
no children. 10-13-tf
FIVE-ROOM, modern house, includ
ing gas, 569 24th. Inquire Hor
rockp Bros. 9-19-tf
FIVE-ROOM modern, 26G1 Van Bur
en. Blchscl. Phone S6. 10-16-tr
FIVE room house, barn, 1 acre. 1167
23rd St 10-6 1 mo
ONE five-room house, $10 per month,
one 7 -room houBe, $12.60 per
month. Phone 612. 9-16-12wks
EIGHT room modern brick house. 2171
Reeves Ave ; rent 2d; phone 339.
John J. C.relner. 128 25th St 9-9-tt j
FOUR-room, $12; 6-room, $15; close j
in; water, lights. 2155 Adams.
BETWEEN City hall and Dee school
or on grounds, lady's gold watch
greatly valued as keepsake; 110.00 I
reward. Return 181 33rd St. Phone I
ONE brown horse, weight about 1300,
when last seen had halter on John 1
R. Brown Commission Co Phone
CHATELAINE Purse, containing card
case and small change. October 12:
reward Return Standard 10-21-2t
NAVY blue corded suit; was lost on j
street or delivered to wrong ad- ,
dress. Return to Last & Thomas Co.
Reward 10-16 tf ;
STORE tor rent. 62i 24th St. Tel. 60?.
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable
Inquire A. G. Fell. Mayor's ofllce.
STORE room 2238 Washington, 2
story, full basemenL lou feet deep
Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G. Fell,
WILL trade an 8x10 camera with 6.S
F Anastiginot lens for an Oliver or
Remington typewriter Write or call
2354 Grant Ave. 10 24-1 wk ;
VOGUE BEAUTY PARLOR
FACIAL and scalp treatments, va
por baths and rubs, scientific mas- '
sage, manicuring for ladies and gen
tlemen Hours in a m , to 8 p. m
Boltfl 23, Third floor Orpheum ho
tel 10-27-lwk I
OLSON RUG WORKS
BEAUTIFUL rugB made from old car
pets and rugs 330 23rd St Phone j
LEANING city, will soil our beau
tiful $400 piano cheap. 2631 Grant
CANARIES for sale; good singers
Call 561 23rd St 10-28-lwk
FURNITURE for sale and bouse for
rent. 351 27th St 10-27-lwk
BIDS will be received at Abels Ab
stract office for a frame house and
lenclng to be removed from premises;
also for 500 shares In Ogden Bent h
Canal; right to reject bids reserved
HLPMUBILE louring car. 1918 mod
el Perfect condition Phone 60
10 20 tf
WE have received two car loads
of registered and good grade
GuernseyB and Jerseys at cow mar
ket, 7th and Wash 10 -17 -if
WORK horse for sale, weight 1.300
212 N. Washington. J. C Bowman
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
CALL and see my fine lino of vio
lins, bows and cases Casfi or pay
ments Prices most reasonable. Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson Phone 1209.
KINDLING wood. Yard oa Hudson
Ave,, bet 23rd and 24th au Phons
THIS month's special. I will sell few
high grade standard makes, new
p.anos for only $285, laid down.
Terms $10 down, and $5 a month, no
Interest. Can you beat It? Pan
tone. 2874 Hudson. Phono 1209.
GENT'S bicycle for aale, good condi
tion. Call 2467 Qulncy' Ave 10-27-w
FULL sized ink barrels, jl.oo apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th
i ft. Phone E6. 3-ll-tf
GOOD piano at bargain. 506 26th St.
Phone 2212-M. 10-13-lwk
$00 PLAYER piano; used only two ;
months; not a blemlBh on it Will ,
sell dirt cheap for cash. 2874 Hud
son. Phon 1209.
FOR Sale at a bargain 5 passenger !
Stoddard Dayton automobile in first
class condition Grange Bros, in
rear 2566 Washington. 10-8 t f
MONEY TO LOAN
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
reliable people on short notice; call
Phone 1613-J. 9-24 lwk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments; no security: also
loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst.
ANY amount on real estate Blchsel.
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy, 2478 Washington 6-11-tf
LOANS on Improved fart or city
property. HUNTER A. KENNEDY,
423 24th St., opposite court house.
MONEY to loan on city and farm
property. Anv amount, no delay
i Mathews McCuIloch Co. under First
National Bank. Phone 301 W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam s Loan Office, established
1686. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th St. C. H. Smith. Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
Ity. J. J. BrummJtt, 4-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
Ute loans. Kelly & Herrick.
I FOR SALE
COMFORTABLE home 629 17th St
Fie-room houBe, fine cellar and
out buildings. 48 foct front, 18 rods
deep Good varietv of fruit. Tele
phone 1231 -W 10-27-lwk
FOUR-room house with pantry, clos
et, water, within four blocks Un
ion depot, only $1400; $100 down,
balance same as paying rent. J. J.
Brummltt, under Utah Nat l Bank
SMALL tract of choice Florida lund. j
Inquire 2112 Lincoln. 10-25 lwk j
POR sale by owner New five-room j
house on the Bench with large front I
porch and large sleeping porch Same
as. paying rent Phone 348-J. 20-23-lf
NEW the room brick, modern base
ment. large sleeping porch, opposite
Fowler avenue. 18,800; $1100 caBh.
balance on monthly payments J"" 1
26th 10-23-13 1
AN elegant 6-room house with bath,
toilet, stationary lavatory, all mod
ern conveniences, within four blocks
Of Union depot, $8800. $100 down, I
balance same as paying rent. J. J
Brummltt, phone 59.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room modern bunga
low. completely furnished. ?22'0
Phone 813 Skeeu RealtJ Co
FOR SALE By owner, now, strictly
modern bungalow on Fowler ave
Large lot Also other homes, fur
nished and unfurnished Address
2027 Adams. Phone 1677- R.
100 LOTS well located on the bench,
these are all nice sightly lot,
these are a great snap at $25 per lot,
any kind of terms low rate of in
terest. J J. Brummltt, under Utah
Nat l bank
AN ideal lot for a home on 13th St., I
near car line and school, 80xl3i'.
large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to ra;se some chickens It
solves the high cost of living. Plenty
of water, easy terms W H Voorbles,
Thone 1312-R. 10-18-tf
FOR SALE REAL SNAP
STORE Fine cement basement; new
hock., delivery outfit, cheap. Phono
LOT near Union depot, $10 per front
foot. $1" down. $10 per month. J.
J. Brummllt, under Utah Nat l bank.
WANT A BARGAIN 7
HERE It Is 4-room, new, modern
bungalow, cement cellar, screened
p rch. Nicely located on bench Will
sell on monthly pamentg at a bar
gcin See E W Cannady Room 11,
Commercial Natl Bank Bldg.
A REAL SNAP.
; 5-room modem new cottage, close In;
916 23rd St., $2000. Owner, E. T
Woolley. 626 South Second East Salt
Lake City 9-24-tf
I A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone
1427. R. C. McBride.
I 6-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 60x
166, good lawn and shade; on car
I line close to buslnes center. An ele
! gant house in the best location In
ORden Good terms price $4500 00.
Mathews-McCuIloch Co., under First
National Bank 9-3-ti
AN elegant lot on 23rd street. 60x135
feet to alley, $200 Mown. $10 per
month. J J. Brummltt, phone 69
80-acre fruit farm near Fayettevllle.
Ark., to trade for Ogden residence.
Address J. H Parker. Colonial Hotel',
Springfield. Mo. 1 0-20-1 wk
AN elegant lot 171 feet deep, located
on Lincoln avenue, only $10 per
front foot, $60 down. $10 per month
J J. Brummltt, uuder Utah Nat I
TEN acres unimproved land suitable
for orchard, garden or general pur
poses $125 per acre, $26 per aore,
ia6h and balance on pavmnt8 to suit
HUNTER A KENNEDY. 423 24th 81
ONE ACRE on 29th StJ
Bench. Must be sold with
in next few days. Biggest
bargain in Ogden, at $600.00. 1
Under First National Bank.!
ELEGANT lot near the Fair school
for only $100. $10 down. $10 perl
month. J J. Brummltt, phone 59.
1 HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house close In
C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
j 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; for further
Information call phone 1656. 9-5-3t
LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, the
greatest farseer, astrologlst, palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vlnced she Is the best. 132 1-2 25tli
I st Newdale room
SALE OF ANIMALS FOR DAMAGES
State of Utah, County of Weber. In
the West Weber precinct of said
I have in my possession the fol
lowing described estray animals
which, if not claimed and taken away
will be sold at public auction to the
highest cash bidder at my residence
in West Weber precinct, on Wednes
da the 5th day of November, 1913.
at the hour of 12 a. m
Description of Animals.
Two calves, about eight months
old. one Jersey and one red and white
no brands, no ear marks
Said animals were taken up bv
Ezra Hadley at West Weber Said
animals are held by nie to secure the
payment of damages done by said
animals upon the premises of Bsra
Hadley at West Weber on the 26th
day of October. 1913
JOSEPH W. HERRICK .
Pound Keeper for West Weber Precinct
TWO YEARS OF
LIFE ARE LOST
Washington. I) C, Oct. 19 Two
years cl useful life are lost to every
American under existing educational
conditions, and to the in rea6ed fads
and lurbelows adopted by the latter
day schools and made part of their
compulsory curriculum. This is the
finding of a body of eminent dura
tors, headed by President Junius H.
Baker of the University of Colorado,
whose report was issued today by the
United States bureau of education
rhe xreat mistake In our education
Is to suppose, says the report "that
quantity and strain constitute educa
tion. Education is a question of do
ins a few essential thinRS well and
without overstrain The college has.
committed a grievous mistake in de
manding eer more In quantity than
in quality produced under i ondltjons
of hgaltbj normal development
The educators who. say th- bureau
officials, spent ten vears In Invesu
gallne couditlons would h;ie the
elementary education of the young
occupy only six years' instead of
eight They would have the student
pass through high school and college
so as to be prepared either to entei
the world at the age of 20, or. if de
sirous of taking up a profession, en
able him to be equipped within two
or lour years luter
Read the Classified Ad.
M1CHIGANS WILL NOT
Ann Arbor. Iftlch., fJcl ." By a
rote ot 15 to 10 the University of
Michigan football team yesterday
registered itself as oppose-d to a re
turn to the Western Intercollegiate
conference under present conditions.
The vote was taken by the Michigan
Dally, the student publication of th
university. In Its campaign for senti
ment favorable to Michigan'! Imme
diate re-entry In the conference
The vote was a surprise to the pro
conference men on the campus, the
1912 e)een almost unanimously hav-
I Ing expressed Itself In favor of re
The has'ball and track teams last
night voted 14 to 10 In favor of re-
turn. Two of the men were non
IS DENIED DIVORCE
San Francisco. Oct. 29 Judge
Craham of the superior court re
fused a divorce today to Captain
Henry C. Merrlam, irnitwJ States
army, from his wife. Bessie Merrlam,
and allowed the Wife $7& a month for
separate maintenance. The ciptalu
had alleged misconduct with Major
Clarence Murphy, then on the staff
of the governor of Louisiana, at
JackBon barracks Major Murphy
came from Paris to testify voluntar
ily for Mrs. Merrlam.
Read the Classified Ads.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter I
No. 4, O E S.. regular meetings held f
at Masonic hall on Washington are. I
between 25th and 26th sts.. the first
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordlallv invited to
attend Fannie M Whlttemore. W.
M.; Callle E. Care. 8ecretsry.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. tt A. M.,
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
arenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening t 7:30 o'clock Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. 8. W.
When.. W. M. Felix T. Moore Sec
Queen City Rebekab Ixsdge No. 4,
I O O F, meets second and fourtn
Friday evenings at Odd Fellovrs hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har
rington, N Q ; Emma Meld, Record
ing Secretary. 713 Twenty-third
I WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7 30 o clock, New Woodmen
Hall. Fraternity Bldg. Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Or Alice M. Ridge M D. S7 58 Lewis
block Ellta Bremer, G. N.. 464 22nd
St. St. Marie CnteS; clerk, 2781 Mon
roe avenue 9-lu tf
Knights of Pvtblas Orden lodge
No. 2, Knlghta of Pythias, meets at
Caetle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening All K. of
Ps are requested to meet with us.
W H. Luddlngton. CL C; W. O. 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
( o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block. VlBltlng members cordially In
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGLESTON. L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R. EL
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p. m , .at
the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building Visiting neighbors Invited.
, Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles-
Finley, M D , room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer. Oracle, 2453 Harrison
LUhcn Newton, Recorder, 27th and
Order of Owls Ogden Neit No.
1218, Oraor of Owls, moets ever
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club ruomiij at 8 o clock.
Visiting Brothor Owls are invited to
alienu tue nest meetings, i n-u Cal
i iihan, Prcsiuent, J OliYe., Secretary,
-410 WiibDinttuu avenue.
aEGU Lil) Circle No. 174 nit-els every
sccouu auu lounn i auruaj uiga
I at 8 p in , in i u o. Fal hail. Vlelt
mg neignuoro coruiaii m uta irau
i-b Coppock, fcoi" lil in Si tvaie Her
man, CierK, Beil phone 1J4 . J
Woodmen of tbc Uoiia vebei
Camp No. 74. meets m me W. o. W.
hall. Fratc-rnit block, Wasum
' ton avenue, ever 'luurt.ua) evening
at 8 o'clock, isitmg Woodmen -oi
Ulally luvited to attend.
C. E CANS RE, C. C
E. AUTH, Clerk.
Modern Wuodnitn oi America L taa
camp No y'JVu ineeU tveij tirsl anu
thira 'i uesaay eveaings at 6 o'clock at
K. oi p. haii, f'eniytourcH st. enu
I Washington ave. " vi&iuikg uicuiovis
invited vv ii iJruuc-y, Consul. J
.M. buaiei, t-lern-
Brotherhoou of American Yeouieu
Ogdeu lioiucsiead, No lUi, lueelw ou
first and tliuu Tuuiuau) evenings iu
. new L o. o. f. hail, Fraternity buiiu
j mg, Washington avenue v isulug
I Archeia arc corulally invited to meat
with us. Addie L. Williams, Fore
man, 180 '1 wenty-nret street, J A.
Junk, Correspouaent, 32U2 Wasnioi;
FrUcrnji Order of i.,ig .-- uguea
Aerie No t O. L, meets eieiy
VYeuuesuay evening at ttnglea ...u.,
! liudauu ave., at 8 o'clock. v isitiu
brother Eagles urt, invited to aueuu
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a uj. J. n . tjrifiiu. v L'lv&i
denu E. R. Geiger. secretary Dr. C
E. Wardleiijh. Aerie rbysician.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wa&alch Division No. 121, o R. L ,
mctu second and fourth Friday at
; .3u p m., in Fraternltj Block, ocm
leilowb Hall All brolberh are cor
tUallj luvitevl to attenc:. C. H. Pear-
j 60U, C. C. D L. Bojie, S and T.
Clabdlfied advertisements on this
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I serlion. But no first insertion can
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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Pingree Towiufne company, a cor
poration, vvlth its principal place cf
business at OgSen Cftj Weber coun
NOTICE 1 9 HEREBY GIVEN That
at a meeting of the Directors of said
Company, held on the I7tb day of
September. 1913 an asseasment (No
2) of fifteen renin per share was lev
led ou the capital slock of the cor
poratlon payable immediately to
Janiea F. Burton. Trc?surer of the cor
poration, at the First National Bank
of Ogden coruer of Washington avo
uue and Twenty fourth street. Ogden
Cltv, Utah Any stork upon which
this assessment may i -mam unpaid
on the 2f.th day of Ortober. 1913, will
be delinquent and advertised for sale,
at pubiii auction, and unless payment
Is made before, will be sold on the
8th day of November. 1913. at the of
fr.. of said company, at tin- said
First National Bank, to pa) the deltn
qucnt assessment, together with the
costs of advertising and expense of
JAMES F BURTON Secretary
Plugrc Townsite Co. Ogden. Utah
AA a meeting of the Board oi Di
rectors of the Pingree Townsite com -panv,
held at the office of th' Opm
I panv' In Ogden City, 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 I I
READERS OF THE PRESS I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this column I
coit 75c per line per moith, pay
able in advance.
DONE jn all lengths 25S8 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St Tel. 1180-M '
Grange Bros. Auto Repair Shop.
Auto repairing, machine work, cast
iron and aluminum welding, the
cheapest and beet repair shop In the
city. In rear, 2566 Washington
E. T. HULANT9KJ. First National
Bank Bldg. . lMl-t!
LAWYER OCONNOLUY. over Com
mercial NRtional Bank Blldg , 36
24th St. Phone 111
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Room 2452 Grant
Ave. Not the Biggest, but the
F. est. Billiard and pool tables and
Kupplles for pale We sHl the Minn
Table, the best table manufactured
Expert repairing done.
J. WIESON 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 t
Room 14 Commercial NaCI Banh
Bldg Phone 311. 6-7-tf
i 1 "
I K. VAN K AM PEN Phone 88T for up
holstering, mattress making, r
stretching of bed springe
; HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm
med Ogden Hat Works. 221 1-!
2oth SL 6-13 tf
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk i bone us up. We
will call tor b 'It.. 210.
I above and forego! iik notice set forth
, be extended to the 26tb day of No
I vember, 1913. upon which date all
J unpaid assessments will b come de
i llnquent n accordance therewith and
herewith, and that if not paid ou or
j 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
City. Weber county Utah, to pay the
delinquent . .sm nt -. together
with costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale.
By order of the Board of Direcnr
JAMES P. BURTON Secretary
Flrat National Bank Bldg.. Ogden,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma-t-rials
and iIoiiik th- work of build
lug concrete curbs and gutters In
Curb and Gutter District No 110, be-
I ing on both sides of Wall Avenue
from 27th to 28th Streets; and both
! sides of Hudson Avenue from 23rd to
24th Streets, where curbs and gut
ters are not now built, under plans
and specifications prepared by the
cltv Engineer and approved by the
( Itv Board of ' ommlssioners. will be
received at the office of the City
I dglneer In the City Hall at Ogden
i City, aforesaid, until 1" o'clock a. m
.in the 20ib day of Novenibi r A. D..
1913 ai which time all proposal re
celved will be publicly opened and
i read aloud
Plans and specifications can be
'obtained upon application at th of
! fire of the City Engineer In the City
' Hall after November 10 18J.3J
The right is reserved tb reject any
I or all bids and to waive any defects
Bv order of the Board of Commls-
H J CRAVEN City Engineer
First publication. October 88, 191"
Last publication November 19. 1913.
Rad the Classified Ads
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City.
Ctah of the intention of the said
Board to make the following desenb
d improvements, tO-wlt;
To create Hudson Avenue between
o3r(i and 24th Streets, through Block
2 as a sidewalk district and to con
struct therein a concrete walk twelve
112) feet wide and four Inches In
th'ckuess. with the necessary mter- ,
BOCtintaB together with the necessary
wading therefor, and to defray the
v hole of the cost thereof, estimated
$l 500. U0, b a local assessment
'anon the lots or pieces of ground
ii.c and being within the following
d strlct being the district to be ben
etited or affected by said Improve
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said avenue and j
a line drawn 50 feet outward irom
and parallel to the said outer bound
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
bo presented In writing to the City
Kocorder on or before the tith day ot
November, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m..
that being the time set b said Board
o( Commissioners when tbe win
bear and consider such objections as
may be made thereto, at the Mayors
olli'co. at the City Hall, Ogden City.
B order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City. UtaJl.
Uated this Hlh day of October.
VZ 11 J CRAVEN,
lire! publication October II, 1913
Lst publication November 5, 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City ot
C. D. IVES, 380 Twsnty-flfth 8t
The secret of health Is proper ad
justment. Dr. John K Morrison, Physician and
Surgeon Osteopath 2482 Washington
avenue. 10-7 laao
PAINTING, paper-hanging and tinting.
J. Den Harthog. Phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office bour3 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 643
Washington avenue. 6-11-tt
219 25th Street.
Fine Art Photography.
Come and have a sitting.
PLASTERING done for cow or hay.
Phone 922-J. 1421 24th St. W. E.
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do food
work, 24ti5 Wab. Ave. Phone Sou. I
: YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can turaished free. Sanitary
Gai uge Co. Phone 020.
! CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co,
2719 oram. Belt phone 2UX3-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS 4
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
clothing and shoes, bougat, sold or
exchanged, also trunKs and suitcase
cheap. A Siner, Phono lL 175j 1-j
Twenty-fifth st. fr-ia-iyr
GAiACritK repaue trunks. 35u
25th St 0-25-imo.
ONE HOLLAR per day, delivered and
called tor. Electric Servicw lu,
Phone 88, Up 24tb Su
the intention of said Board to make
the loliowmg deacrlUBo improve
ments, to-wit m
lo lay out, establish and open a
public street to be nauieu iow av-t-iiut,
norm aua suu.u inrojn tflopk
28, Plat C,' Ugutu v-ivy ouiej iUP
whole distance oe.ween -iui aim 26n
i."fet, where lu.i aveiu.- is
nov opencu, aid su-et to o; oo te?.
bviiiy -i if. cai a.ic ico- , B
vest oi tnc ioi. uue oeivveeu Lo;s i. B
2, J, 4, 5, t, 1, t. 'J and 10, block -ea 8J
! Fiat C. Ugucn (L'llJ ourve, aud io JH
defray the whole ot tn- um tuunvi
esilinatea at l,2Utt'i'. by a local &j
i Hi b-ment upon tut lu:t or piecsa ot
(round lying ;niu being Wi.uin the
' followlnc district, beiug the d sir.ct
! to be Leuv:tiicd and ailfeClSII b ja J
.u.iiro "liicnt, viz.
All the land lying between ihe out
I er bouuuary lui oi Avenue
when opened as proposed and also
I thai part ot Iowa Avtnue wnich is
; airtady opened and a line drawn .50
I feel ouivvara irom and parallel io uu
I said outer bOUUdary I'net-, bemj; part
i of Lots 1, 2. 2, 4, 7. 8, 3 and lo.
I block 28, rtat '. aio L,ott ii. i..
13, 14, lo, It ;md 17 oi Anna Lander
Subdivision ol Lots 5 and 6, ol said
Block - i'lai v., ugden City 8f-
All protests and objections to the
carrying out or such luientkm mus.
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before tne 6th da Oi
November, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m.;
that being tut time set by the Board
oi t ommissioners wben they will
bear and consider such objections a?
I iaaj be made thereto, at the Mayors
oiuce at the City Hall, Ogden Cit.
bv oidt-r of the Board of Commis
sioners ot Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 14th nay of October,
1913. A. G FELL,
H J CRAVEN,
I .r-r publication October 14. 1913
I Lasi publication November 5, l'.13
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the I
Boi.rd of Commls-siouers of Ogden
City, of the intention of 9ald Board
to make the following described im
To create both sides of Madison
Avenue between 22ml and 24th
Streets as a curb and gutter district,
and to build therein concrete curbs
ar.d antlers of the standard form, to
gether with the necessary Intersec
tions, grading and all work pertain
ing thereto and to defray the whole
of the cost thereof, estimated at J2,
500 00 by a local assessment upon the
,ots or pioces of ground lying and
h ng within Ihe boundaries of the
lollowlng district, being the district
to be benefited and alfected by said
improvements, vir. :
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of the above aven
ue where curbs and gutters are not
now built and a line drawn 50 feet
cutwurd from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
be presented In writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 6th day
of November at 10 o'clock a. m., that
being the time set by the said Board
of Commissioners when they will
hear and consider such objections
as may be made thereto at the May
ors office in the City Hall, Ogden
By order of the Board of Commls
sloners of Ogden I ity. Utah.
Luted this 14th day of October.
W A. O. FELL
H J CRAVEN.
I rsl publication October 14, I'll :
Latt publication November 5, 1913. i"