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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1913. .... 3 B
t' ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisements cot one cent
per word esch lnue, or 6 cent per
line of five words per day, no first
insertion less than 25 cent, or two
0P more lines per wesk at the rate of
23 centa per line per week, or
eenta per line per month. Remember
five average worde make a line. All
, advertisements on this pago must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
j rule. .
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL for general housework; 6mall
family. 574 23rd St 10-30-tf
GOOD woman to cook for few bor
der; plain home cooking. 447
21st St. 10-2-lwk
GIRL wanted for housework. 8000
GOOD girl; three in family Mrs
F. Fouts. phone 2086. 10-28-lwk
GIRL for general housework. Small
II family, 327 23rd St. 10-27 -lwk
WANTED A girl or woman over 20
years of age, for housework Must
be thoroughly experienced and com
petent $7 per week; no washing It)
quire 818 24th St. ,f
CHAMBERMAID. Reed Hotel
COOK wanted for eight boarders 447
21st St. 10-22-lwk
CENTRAL Business college Gregg
shorthand, touch typewriting, book
keeping and day and night classes.
Opposite P. O Tel 764
I WANTED MALE HELP
SPLENDID chance for party with
small capital to enjtagc in profit
able business. Investigate while op
portunity Is open Call from 10 a, m.
to 5 p. id , 2438 1-2 Washington ave
BOY with bicycle to deliver pack
ages Wrights' lO-2S-tl
DRESSMAKING 2612 Lincoln Phone
1285-J. 9 L'.'-lmo
THE wonderful invention of Dr Ha
gers, now on exhibition at 243S 1-2
Washington avenue, clearly demon
strates how the cheapest, cleanest
and most convenient fuel obtainable
can be used in jour own range, heat
er or furnace Everybody cordially
WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busl-
ness of 1400 to $600 per month. Rent
and operating expense very light,
good permanent business established;
full outfit of machinery and tools
Hero ia an opening for some live
person. Must be taken up quick.
Don't telephone See us Mathew6
McCulloch Co., Under First Nat'l
ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034.
WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 66. 360
BOARD AND ROOM
MODERN room with or without board.
reasonable, private lamlly 335 2&tb
St. 10 24 lwk
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
NICELY furnished 6 and 3-room
apartment; ideal location, strict
ly modern; no children. 2341 Ad
ams Ave. 10-29-lwk ,
ELEGANTLY furnished 6-room apart
ment, will be vacant Nov. I, at 2341
Adams avenue, ideal location, strict
ly modern; no children 10 25 lwk
FURNISHED rooms, heat and bath
443 Herrick Ace. Phone 1184-J
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep- I
lng; modern 2630 Adams
ROOM With steam heat, bath, for
gentleman, $2.50 per week. Close
in; references 2341 Adams avenue
FOUR rooms, cellar, board and room
' 1563 Wash Ave. Phone 1127-M
2 FURNISHED rooms. 549 22nd St
FURNISHED rooms for rent In
quire 2746 Adams. 10-28-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing. 2769 Grant. 10-28-lwk
6-ROOM modern, nicely furnished;
also piano. Phoue 2463-W.
THREE furnished rooms. 554 27th St.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon-
- j roe Ave. 10-251 mo
r'lVt-room modern close in, vacant
:d Nov. I, Purdy. 2478 Washington
- Phone 485-J. 1 0-24-1 wk
- FOR housekeeping, gas. bath, also
sleeping rooms 427 24th. 10-24 lwk
r. THREE furnished housekeeping
.-rj rooms Call evenings or Sunday.
f 2846 HudsoD avenue. l0-28-2wkj
FRONT room, modem. 2731 Adams
1 Read the Classified Ads.
8-ROOM house, furr.ished or unfur
nished. 2341 Madison. 10-3-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
week up. 536 31st St 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED fJata. 2634 Grant Are.
Two or more line on this page for
26 cents per lino per week. Fifty
centa la the smallest price per week.--
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
7-ROOM modern residence; on car
line. 1331 26th St. Inquire 1329
26th St. Tel. 1967. 10-30-3t
6-ROOM house; block and half from
Reed Hotel. Inquire 649 26th St.
FOUR-room brick modern house, large
screen porch 3077 Washington Avo
Inquire 2370 Lincoln. Phone 70T-W.
MODERN brick cottage Inquire O
A. White. 364 1-2 25th St
AFTER Nov. 1; a comfortable three
i 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
mlnute car service Apply 427 12th
4-ROOM modem house. 2840 Hud
son Ave. 10-27-lwk
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 and 446 27th St . 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
rocks Bros. 9-19-tf
FIVE-ROOM modern, 2661 Van Bur
eu Bichsel. Phone 86. 10-16-ti
FIVE-room house, barn, 1 acre. 1167
23rd St. 10-6 lmo
, ONE five-room house, $10 per month, i
one 7-room house, $12.50 per ,
month. Phone 612. 9-16-12wkb
EIGHT room modern brick house 2171 .
ReeTes Ave, rent $20; phono 33i.
John J. Grelner. 128 25th St 9-9-tf
FOUR-room, $12. 6-room, $15, close,
in; water, lights. 2155 Adams.
SATURDAY night Ladies Hunting
ton case watch and fob. reward at
Wells Fargo & Co Express
ONE brown horse weight about 1300,
when Last seen had halter on. John
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
street or delivered to wrong ad
dress. Return to Last & 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 6 8
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- 1
sage, manicuring for ladies and gen
tlemen. Hours 10 a. m., to 8 p. m.
Suite 23, Third floor, Orpbeum ho
LEAVING city; will sell our beau
tiful $400 piano cheap 2631 Grant
I Avenue, 10-28-lwk
CANARIES for sale; good singers
Call 561 23rd SL. 10-28-lwk I
FURNITURE for sale and house for
rent. 351 27th St 10-27-lwk
BIDS will be received at Abels Ab
stract office for a frame house ami
fencing to be removed from premises,
also for 600 shares In Ogdon Bench
Canal , right to reject bids reserved.
HUPMOB1LE touring car, 1913 mod
el Perfect condition Phone 60
WE havo received two car loads
of registered and good grade ,
Guernseys and Jerseys at cov. mar
kct, 7th and Wash 10-17-tf j
W ORK horse for sale, weight 1,300.
212 N. Washington. J. C. Bowman
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
CALL and see my fine line of vio
lins, bows and cases. Cash or pay
ments PrlceB most reasonable Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phono 1209
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet 23rd and 24tb Sis. Phone
THIS month's special. I will sell few
high grade standard makes, new
p. anos for only $285, laid down
Terms $lu down, and $5 a month; no j
Interest Can you beat It? Pan-
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209
GENT'S bicycle for salp, good condi
tion. Call 2457 Q-ilncv Ave. lfi-27-w
FULL sized ink barrels, 1.00 apiece
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th
t. Phone 5. 1-18-tf
GOOD piano at bargain. 505 26th St.
Phone 2212-M 10-13-lwk
$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
HAVE your furnace and chimney
cleaned now. Wm. Dowlns? Phone
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, piancs. etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hur9t,
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel.
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ON farm or city propert". Any amount
Purdy, 2478 Washinjrton 6-11-tf
LOANS on Improved fan or city
property. HUNTER A KENNEDY.
423 24th SL, opposite court houso
MONEY to loan on cltv and farm
property. Aov amount, no delay
Mathews-McCulloch 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
J95. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 26th St. C. H. Smith. Prop
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
Sty. J. J. BrummitL 4-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly & Herrick.
COMFORTABLE home 529 17th St.
Five-room house, fine cellar and
our buildings 48 feet front, 18 rods
deep Good variety of fruit. Tele
phone 1J31-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 palng rnt J J.
Brummltt under Utah Nat 1 Bauk.
SMALL tract of choice Florida land
Iniuir--' 2112 Lincoln. li-25-lwk
FOR sale hv owner New five-room
house on the Bench, with large front
porch and large slipping porch. Same
as, paying rent Phon 848-J 20-23 if
NEW five-room brick modern base
ment, large sleeping porch, opposite
Fowler aenue. $3,300; $1 ash
balance on monthly payments. !'.7.7
26th. 1"23 13
AN elegant 5-room house with bath.
toilet, stationary Invatorv. all mod
ern conveniences, within four blocks
of Union depot, $2300. $100 down,
balance same as paying rent. J. J
Brummltt, phone 69.
BEAUTIFUL 4 room modern buoga
low. completely furnished: $2200.
Phone 913 Skeen Realty Co
FOR SALE By owner, new, strictly
modero bungalow on Fooler ave.
I Lrtem lot Also other homes, fur-
niFhed and unfurnished. Address
2027 Adams. Phone 1677-R.
200 LOTS well located on the bench.
the6e 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. Brummltt, under Utah
AN Ideal lot for a home on 13th St.,
near car line and school, 80x132.
laige enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickens It
soheu the high cost of living Plenty
of water, easy termB W H. Yoorhles,
Phone 1312-R- 10-18-tf
FOR SALE REAL SNAP
STORE Fine cement basement; new
stock; delivery outfit; cheap. Phone
LOT near Union depot, $10 per front
foot, $10 down, $1u per month. J
J. Brummltt. under Utah Nat'l bank.
WANT A BARGAIN7
HERE It is 4 -room, new, modern
bungalow, cement cellar, screened
perch Nicely located on bench Will
fell on monthly payments at a bar
gain See E. W. Cannady. Room 11,
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg.
A REAL SNAP.
5 room modern new cottage, close In;
915 23rd St.. $2000 Owner. E. T.
Woolley, 625 South Second East. Salt
I .aba (MtV ft. 24.17
A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone
6-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 60x
165, good lawn and shade; on car
line close to bu6lnes center. An ele
gant house In the best location in
Ogden. Good terms price $4500.00
Mathews-McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank. 9-3-tt
AN elegant lot on 23rd street. 60x135
feet to alley, $200 down, $10 pei
month. J I Brummltt. phone 59
A BEAUTIFUL home: close In of two
a.rcs Id Cbolce fruit, good 5-room
house. iMrge barn, sheds and chicken
hoii. all new; plenty water; will
sell, with payment down, balance on
instal ment Would lake hous and
lot as part payment. Phone 1365-J
go acre fruit farm near Fayettevllle, .
Ark . to trade for Ogden residence.
Address J H Parker, Colonial Hotel,
Springfield- Mo 10-20-lwk
AN elegant lot 171 feet deep, located 1
on L;ncoln avenue, only $10 per j
front foot $50 down, $10 per month,
j J Brummltt, under Utah Nat'l
TEN acre unimproved land suitable
for orchard, garden or general pur
poses. $125 per acre; $26 per acr
Cath and balance on payments to suit
HUNTER t KENNEDY, 423 24th St
ONE ACRE on 29th St.
Bench. Must be sold with
in next few days. Biggest
bargain in Ogden, at $600.00.
Under First National Bank.
ELEGANT lot near the Fan- school
for only $100; $10 down $10 per
month. J J. Brummltt, phone 59.
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale. Inqulro 2353 Mon
FARM TO TRADE
FARM noar town for house, close In.
C. D. IVES. 380 25th 8t. 1-15-lyr
5-ROOM frame house;
dose in; will sell for
$1500; $100 down, $20
CARL C. RASMUSSEN
Phone 115. 350 24th St.
PUPILS In private home; for rurther
Information call phone 1656. 9-5-3'
I LISTEN here' Madam Yogis, the
greatest farseer, a6trologlst, palm
I and card reader. Call and be con
vinced 6ho Is tho best. 132 1-2 25th
st Newdale rooms
1 SALE OF ANIMALS FOR DAMAGES
State of Utah. County of Weber In
the West Weber precinct of said
1 have in my possession the fol
lowing described estray animals
which, if not claimed and taken away
will be fold at public auction to the
highest cash bidder at my residence
in West Weber precinct, on Wednes
day, the 6th day of November, 1913,
at the hour of 12 a. m.
Description of Animale.
Two calves about eight months
old one Jersey and one red and white
no brands, no ear marks
Said animals wore taken up by
Ezra Hadley at West Weber Said
animals are held b m to secure the
payment of damages done by said
animals upon the premises of Ezra
Hadley at West Weber on the 26th
da of October, 1913
JOSEPH W HERRICK.
i Pound Keeper for West Weber Pre
In the Municipal Court in and for
the City of Ogden. County of Weber,
State ot Utah
Before Hou. W. H Reedcr. Jr Mu
nicipal Judge and ex-ofiiclo Justice ot
the pca e.
Consolidated Wagon and Machine
I omnani. a corporation Plaintiff, va
Morns WolfBon. Defendant.
The State of Utah, to said Defend
You are hereby summoned to appear
betore the above entitled court within
ten (10) days after sen ice of this
summons uppn you. if served within
the county In which this action is
brought, otherwise within twenty (201
days after this service, and defend the
above entitled action, in case of your
failure to do so. Judgment will be ren
dered against you according to the
deinaud of the complaint In said ac
tlon which was filed In said Court on
the 14th day of October, A. D. 1913.
To the Sheriff or any Constable ot
Weber County, Greeting:
Make legal service and due return
Witness Hon W. H Reeder. Jr,
Judge of said Court, with the Seal
thereof, this 22nd day of October.
I SEAL) i- N. FULTON.
This action is brought to recover a
Judgment against th defendant for
163.30 the jmrchase prlcp of 124fi feet
of roofing sold and delivered by plain
tiff U) defendant, at his request, in
September. I91t, at Ogden City Utah,
Including $7 SO Interest, and H0.0J
Attorney's fees, and for costs incurred
in this action.
Conu!t County Clerk or the Respec
tiT Signer for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors of the estate of 1-arry
i Larbson deceased, will present their
claims with vouchers, to the under
1 Hi"ned at the office of Valentine
Gdc-on attorney for Bald estate
rooms 311-12 First National Bank
P.ulldlng on or before August l"th.
' 191 4 Dated this 1st day or Octo
' MARY ELLEN LARSSON
Valentine Gideon, Attorney for Ex-
' NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
! OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW
j G Fell. T Samuel Browning
and Joseph C. Nye. Commissioners
1 of Ogden City. Utah, sitting as a
Board of Equalization and Review of
the special and local tax?b to b lev
ied and assessed by ordinance upon
property abutting on both sides of
t Jefferson avenue from 29th to .'il'nd
: gtreets- and 31st Street i-ast from
Jefferson Avenue a distance of 330
fr.-t known ns Sewer District No 117
hereby give not'ee that list of prop-
'ertv in said District to be taxed has
MASON'IC-Oueen Esther chapter
No. O E. S., regular meetings held ,
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.
between 2Sth and 26th Bts.. the first
and third Frldnvs of each month So
journing members cordially invited to
attend Fannie M Whlttemore. W.
M ; CalUe E Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodse No. 18. F it A. M.,
Maionlc Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 o'clock. Members of
slfer lodges and sojourning brethron
rordlallr invited to attend. S. W.
Wher , W M Felix T. Moore, Sec
retary Queen City Rebekib. Lodge No. 4
! O O. F.. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har
rington, N. G ; Emma Meld, Record
ing Secretary, 718 Twenty-third
I WOMEN of Woodcraft- Ogdn Circle
No. 5S1. meets ovcry Wednesday
nipht at 7:30 o'clock, New Woodmen
Hall. Fraternity Bide. Visiting neigh
bors Invited Dues can be paid to
Dr Mice M Ridge M D., S7-5S Lewis
block Eliza Bremer. O. N . 4B4 22nd
Si St. Marie Crites. clerk. 2731 Mon
roe avenue 9 lu-tf
Kr.lghts of Pvthlas Orden lodge
No 2. Knlghtn of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall Utah National bank build
lng. every Monday evening. All PL of
P's are requested to meet with us.
W H. Luddlngton. C. C W. G Kind,
M. of E ; W. L. Underwood. K. of 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 Frlda afternoons at 2:30
o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fratornlty
Block. Visiting members cordially In
vited to attend.
KATHRYN EGOLESTON" L. CL
L JENNIE PROUT. R K.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p. in., Jttl
the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building. Visiting neighbors Invited ,
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles- I
Finley. M D, room 21 Lewis block.
India Sawyer, Oracle, 24S3 Harrison.
Lllhcn Newton, Kecorder, 27th and
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No.
1218, Order of OwU, moet6 every
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms; at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Brother Owls are Invited to
uueuu the uest meetings t red Cal
ilban. President, J Oliver, Secretary,
1 2416 v iibhingion avenue.
j SEGO Lily Circle No. 174 meets evry
6econu and lounh inureaaj iiiguis
at 8 p. ni, In 1. o O. i-ai hail. Vlait-
ing ueignoors COrdUUi invited, k ran
ccb CoppocK, oo I 2tn Si. Kaie Hey
man, Lierk, Ben phoue 124 i-J
i e- .
Woodmen ot tho W orld Weber
Camp No. 74. meets in the W O. W.
hall, Fraternity block, lO Washing
ton avenue, every TUurbday eemug
at oclocK isillug uodoieu cor
aially invited to attend.
C. E CANSK.E, C. C
E. AUTH, Clerk.
;.iudcru Woodmen oi Ainencd Utah
camp o 999u meets every first and
tlinu 1uescia evbuings ai o clock ai
K. of P- hall, Huui) -Iuliu sl. and
I WasOingiou ave. lilting ineuiOers
invited w H. Jraney, Consul. J.
m. iaualer. Clerk.
Biotnerhood of American Yeonien
Gdeu Homestead, No liiUo. incois ou
first and third Tuursaay evening ia
uew 1 O. O F. hall, Fraternity build
ing. WaoLungion avenue. Visiting
Archers are COX dial! invited to meet
with us. Addie L. Williams. Fore
man, 180 Twenty-iirtt street, j. a. j
Juna, Lorrtjspouuent. 32U2 Wasnlng-j
iTrficru.il order oi Eag.eo ugden
Aerie .No 116, F. O. E, meets every
eduesaay ec-ning at Eagles hall,,
Hudsuu ave.. at o o clock. Visiting
brotbtji Lagits are invited to attenu .
the aerie uieeunbS- Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. J- W. Grlliin. v l'jai
dent. e. k Geigcr, secretary. Ut i j
b. Waraleigh, Aerie i'Ujb.aan
, ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. WaeateD Divisiou No 124, O R. L .,
meets second and iourtn Friday at
iu p. in., in Fraternity Bioch, Odu
Fellows Hall. All brothers are cor
dially luviied to alleua U. 11. Pear
bou, C. C. D L Boy'.e, b aud T.
Classified advertisements on this
page cost ono cent per word, each In
sertion But uo first insertion can
be less than 25 cents. Or you can
run the classlned advertisement for
25 cents per line per week, but no
weekly advertisement can be les tbao
, been completed and they will meet
at the mayor s office In the City Hall,
I Ogden City, Utah from t o'clock a.
' m . to 5 o'clock p m.. for five con
1 secutivo days: commencing October
30, 1913, to and including November
4, 1913 and will remain In session
on each of these day during said
! hours for the purpose of bearing any
feeling aggrieved, and to
make correction of any tax deemed
unoqual or unjust and during the sit
ting of said Board said lifft of prop
erty and the tpves proposed shall
then and there be open to public in
wnectlou Bv order of the B ard
A G FELL.
GL'O A. SEAMAN,
First publication October 28. 1913
Last publication November 1913.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW
A G. Pell, T Samuel Drowning
and Joseph C Wye Commissioners
of Ogden City, Utah, sitting as a
Board of Equalization and Review of
the special and local taxes to be
levied and assessed by ordinance
upon property abutting on both Bides
of 24lh Street from rlMTiSOD to Polk
1 ivenues, known a-s Sewer District
No 118, hereby give uoticf that list
of property In sd district to be
taxed has been completed Hnd they
will meet at the mayor's office in the
Citj Kail Qgden City Utah, from 9
o'clock a. m , to 5 o'clock p m. for
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I I I
READERS OF THE PRESS I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this column j
coit 75c per line per mouth, pay
able in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 2568 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 best repair shop in the
city. In rear, 25C6 Washington
EL T. HULANISKI. First National
Bank Bldg. 12 11-tf
I.AWVtrp nrnvvrn i v nr Com
mercial National Bank Blldg., 369
24th St. Phone 111.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Room, 2452 Grant
Ave. Not the Biggest, but the
Eest. Billiard and pool tables and
supplies for sale We sell the Minn
Table, the best table manufactured
Expert repairing done.
J. WILSON 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 Commercial Nat'l Bank
Bldg Phone 311. 6-7-ti
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, r
stretching of bed springs.
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm
med Ogden Hat Works, 221 1-3
25th SL 6-13 tf
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you havs
any kind of Junk, phone us up. We
will call for lu Tel. 210.
five consecutive days commencing
October 30, 1913, (o and Including
November 4, 1913, and will remain
In session on each of these days
during said hours for the purpose of
hearing any person feeling aggrieved,
and to makf correction of any tax
deemed unequal or unjust, and dur
ing the fitting of said Board sa'd
listF of propertv and th taxes pro
posed Shall then and there be open
to public inspection. By order of the
A G PELL,
GEO. A SEAMAN,
First publication October 'S. lbU.
Last publication, November 3, 1913
1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
' tf-rials and doinK the work of build
1 t n g concrete curbs and gutters in
i furb and Gutter District No 1M. be
1 Ing 6n both sides of Wall Avenue
! from 27th to 28th Streets; aud both
sides of Hudson Avenue from 23rd to
! 24th Streets, where curbs and gut-
ter8 are not now built, under plans ,
! and specifications prepared by the
City Eni;lneor and approved by the j
City Board of Commissioners, will be
received at the office of the City
Engineer In the City Hall at Ogden j
City aforesaid, until 1" o'clock a. m..
OD the 20th da of November. A. D.. l
1QH at which time all proposals re-
celved will be publicly opened and
Plans and specifications can be
obtained upon application at the of
fice of the City Engineer In the City
Hall after November 10, 1913
The rifrht is reserved to reject any
or all bids, and to waive any defects
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners, H I CRAVEN, City Engineer
Firot publication, October 28, 1913
Last publication N ember 19. 1913
Read the Classified Ads.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of tommissioners of Ogden City,
rtah of the Intention of the said
Ecord to make the following describ
ed improvements, to-wit:
To create Hudson Avenue between
"3rd and -'Ub Streets, through Block
3 - us a sidewalk district ana to con
struct therein a concrete walk twelve
feet wide and four inches in
thickness with the necessary inter
actions, 'together with the necessary
n-ading tberotor, and to delray the
whole of the cost thereof, estimated
a' SI 500 00 bv a local assessment
uDon 'thy lots or pieces of ground
iYm-e and being within the following
I. Kine the district to be ben-
lited or affected by said improve
AH the land lying between tho out-
I er boundary lines of said avenue, aud
. Un- drawn 50 feet outward from
i and parallel to the said outer bound
All protests ;md objections to the
carrying out of such intention must
be presented In writing to tho City
Recorder on or before the 0th day or
November, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m,
that being the time set by said Board
of Commissioners when they will
hear and couutder 6ucb objections as
ny bo mado thereto, at the Mayor's
otflce. at the City Hall, Ogden City,
b order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utaa
Hated this 14th day of October,
H. J CRAVEN,
I iim publication October ll P13
lA.st publication November o, 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice la hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City ot
NOTARY PUBLIC ijg3
C. D. IVE8. 380 Twenty-flfth 8L Wji
The secret of health is proper ad- '
Dr. John F Morrltxm, Physician and (Va
Surgeon Osteopath. 2482 Washington Kfli
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING fa
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
J. Den Harfhog Phone 671-R. fc
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON p
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician -aud aj
Surgeon. Office hour 11 to 4 p. m. Mr?
New Poery Bldg , Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W. Residence phoue 2L29-W. 64S p$3
Washington avenue. 6-11-tX
CRAW SHAW STUDIO
219 26th StreoL
Fine Art Photography.
Come and have a sitting. p1,
1LASTERLNG done for cow or hay, H
Phone 922-J. 1421 24th St. W. F.
ReiU. J-30-lmo :,
WOODY ItlLNTLNG CO. We do fjood.
work. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone 850. I
SANITARY WORK ft
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
ltary can furnished free. Sanitary 1 1
Garbcge Cu. Phone 020.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty 4b Co,
GranL Bell phone 2018-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS 1 1
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or .
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases J
cheap. A Slner. Phone 132L 179 M
Tweuty-flfth SL 8-13-lyt
TRUNKS REPAIRED 1 I
GALiLACHER repairs trunks. SK0 ji
25th SL 6J25jlmo,
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and I
called for. Electric Service Co., 1
Phone 88. Up 24th SL
the intention of said Board to make
the following described improve
To lav out. establish and open a
public street to be named Iowa av
enue, north aud south through Block i
2S, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey the j
whole distance between 25th and 26th
Sfeets. where lowa avenue is not
now opened, said street to be 60 feet
w ice, being J7 reel ea6t and 33 feel
west of the lot line between Lots 1.
2, 3, 4, o, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block 28,
p'lal C," Ogden City Survey, and to
defray the whole of the cost thereof
estimated at 11,200 00, by a local as
si s-meiit upon the lots or pieces of
ground lying and being within the
tullowirig district, being the district
lo be benefited and attected by said
improvement, viz HI
All the laud lying Between the out
er boundary lines of said Avenue
hen opened as proposed and also
t lie t part ot Iowa Avenue hlch i I
aireaay opened and a line drawn 50 f
leet outward Irom and parullel to Hie 1
said outer boundary lines, beiug part I
of Lots 1, 8, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 and iu,
block '8, Plat C, aiso Lots 11, lz, Wi
13, 14. lo. 16 and 17 of Anita Lander "1
subdivision ol Lots 5 and 6, of said
block 28, Plat C, Ogden City Sur- . 1
All protests and objections to the
carrying out ot such intention musi
!) presented in writing to the L'uy
Recorder on or betore the 6th day ot
November, 1913. at 10 o'clock a,' m.,
that being the time set by the Board
oi L commissioners when they will
Lear and consider such objections as i
j may be mude thereto, at the Mayor s
oince at the City Hall. Ogden City,
Utah, , j
B order of the Board of Commts- ,
sloners of Ogden City, Utah 1
Dated this 14th day of October,
1913. A G. FELL,
H J CRAVEN,
First publication October 14, 1913
Last publication November 6, 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the
' Hoard oi Commissioners of Ogden
City, of the intention of said Boaru
to make the following described im
To create both sides of Madison
Avenue between 22ud and 24th
' Streets as a curb and guttei- district.
aud to build therein concrete curbs
ar.d gutters of the standard form, to
gether with tho necessary Intersec
tions, grading and all work pertain
ing thereto and to defray the whole
oi the cost thereof, estimated at 2,
ob0 00 by a local assessment upon the
iots or pieces of ground lying and
hfkine within lh b ounrlariftB rf tht
loilowlng district, being the district
to be benefited aud affected by saJu
improvements, lz .
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of the above aven
ue where curbb and gutters are not
now built and a line drawn 50 feet
outward trom and parallel to the said j
outer boundary lines I
All protests and objections to the L
carrying out of such Intention must I
be presented In writing to the City H
Lcc order on or before the 6th day I i
of November at 10 o'clock a. m., that
being the time sot by the said Board
of Commissioners when they will '
hear and consider such objections I j
as may be made thereto at the May
or office In the City Hall, Ogden
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
I idled tills Hth de Ol Oc tober.
1W3. A. C, FELL
H f CRAVEN,
r.rvi publication October 14, 1913.
Last publication November 5, 1913