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; THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY NOVEMBER IP, 1913. 3 hH
Want advertisement cm: on cent
r word each Issue, op 5 cents per
fine of five word per day. no first
ntertlon lea. than 25 cents, or two
ar more iln.a per week at the rate of
25 centa per Una par week, or 75
centa per line per month. Remember
five average words make a line.
advertisements on tr Is pace must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
WANTED FEMALE HELP
AN experienced girl for general house
Vork 432 27th 11 IS tf
A GIRL at The Virginia 11 188t
FIRST-class chocolate dipper Kerns,
, 2459 Wash 11-18-lwfc
WANTED Chambermaid at the Ar
cade Hotel, 115 25th St. 11-17-lwk
WANTED MALE HELP
TRAINED Solicitor. Apply Weber
I SALESMEN WANTED
PEN selling Is profitable and light
Price? to agents free Salcsmans'
sample card of 21 styles for 10c
Turner & HarrlBon Pen Co., Phlladel
SALESMAN -wanted, earn ?100 month
ly; expenses, advertising or sell cl
ears Woodfcrn Co.. New York. N Y.
A RELIABLE Christian man wanM
work Address J. F. Wright 3M
25th SC H 18-lwk
JAPANESE wants po6itl(ia as cook.
Call 272 25th. ll-17-St
DRESSMAKING and sewing. 1970
Jackson Ave. Phone 2456 J
COLORED woman wants work by the
day Pbone 1360. 11-14 -wk
A SOBER Industrious and Intellec
tual young man wants work Ad
drees A. P.. care Standard. 11 13-lwk
OFFICE cleaning by reliable woman
Phone 2034. 10-27-1 wk
DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln. Phone
1285-J 9 22 lmo
A splendid opportunity for a man with
$300 to $5n0 cash, security. Call C.
B. Hlgglns under First National
S Bank Ek
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS I
it r ,
ROUGH DRY washing, Pbone 2034. J
1 WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 56. 360
FOR RENT i
m i '
MODERN store room with or without
:o:u 3 basement, steam heated, and elec
Irlcally lighted and gas in building
43x90 Will rent all or pirt of build
Ing Inquire 283 24th St. Phone 764
1 STORE room with use of telephone
and lights, steam heat, cheap 2454
Grant Ave 11 15-lwk
STORE for rent 620 24th St. Tel CO?
-1 I FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
NICELY furnished modern Broom
1 J house. 1 block from poBtofflce, no
AK children. Apply to 2420 Lincoln.
THREE furnished rooms for light
housekeeping with bath. 456 22nd
ROOM With steam heat, oath, for
gentleman. $2 60 per week. Close
in, references. 2341 Adams avenue.
HHIm 10 22 lmo
MODERN. 6 room furnished house, $2:
inquire 2980 Grant. 11 18-3t
lTnl1 TWO nicelv furnished rooms single
Lill or en suite with bath 321 20th St.
"V Phone 1385-R. 11 17-lwk
MODERN 5 room furnished aouse $25
T1' 364 1-2 25th St. 11 17-lwk
TWO furnished rooms. mjc.ern, with
gas. 2201 Lincoln. 11 17 lwk
FURNISHED room, lady or gentle
man, heat and bath; closo in. 651
-Tl 27th St. 11-13-lwk
fk TWO and 3-room modern apartments
Tj for housekeeping 628 24tb. 11-17 wk
, ELEGANTLY furnished 5 room
apartment, strictly modern, ideal
location, no children. 2341 Adams
j FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
JaP comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
IT week up 536 31st St 3-13-lyr
TWO modem housekeeping rooms
2758 Lincoln. 11-14-lwk
H FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
.. - 171 22nd St. 1113 lwk
I 4 ROOM house Inquire 162 W 30th
Phone 2107-R. 11-13 lwk
FOR housekeeping, gas. bath, also
gfc sleeping rooms 427 24th. 11 8 3wka
1 ' ROOMS for light housekeeping, lights
- baths and gas. 2613 Wash.
.-. 11 15-lwk
rf TWO nicely fumlPhed rooms. 2767
Grant Phone 1077. 11-15 lwk
TWO nicely furnished rooms, suitable
for two persons, modern; close in
Phone 1112-W. H-8 lwk
TWO furnished rooms, modern with
gas. 2201 Lincoln. 11-11-lwk
FIVE-room modern; 3 blocks from
Reed hotel. Purdy, 2478 Wash
ington. Phone 485-J 11-11-lwk
THREE furnished housekeeping
rooms: call ovonlngs or Sundays.
2846 Hudson avenue 11-12-lwk
COREY apartments, modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Wash Ave.
FURNISHED rooms, heat and bath.
443 Hcrrick Ace. Phone 1184-J.
HOUSEKEEPING iooms. 2353 Mon
roe Ave. 10-25-1 mo
FRONT room, modern. 2731 Adams.
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
ON Dec. 1, one of the apartments on
Monroe and 26th street will be va
cant Most modern In city. Hot wa
ter heat Applv 405 First National
Bank. Phone 809-J. 11 15-lwk
9-ROOM house on 31st St., $1300
MODERN 4-room brick; 2 porches
Rear 850 23rd St Phone 1755-R
5-ROOM modern house Phone
MODERN 8-room house; close In;
$17 50 per month. Phone 612.
IN fine neighborhood 8-room modern
house, porches and fireplaces In
quire 663 27th 11 5 2wk
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
FIYE-room house, barn, 1 acre. 1157
23rd St. 10-6-lmo
WANTED TO RENT
60 OR 100 acre farm 2415 D Ave
West Ogden 11-16-lwk
ONE sorrel mare colt, fresh heart
brand on left side of neck. Notify
HORSESHOE pin with amethyst
setting Return Carr Drug Co. Re
ward 11 15-lwk
FOR SALE SWEET APPLE CIDER
W liolegale and Retail at reasonable
prices Orders taken for delivery.
I'hone 439-W or 27-Y North Ogden
Exchange George Thinnes & Sons
$25 00 "NEW LIFE" vibrator. $12 50 I
2454 Grant Ave. 11 16 lwk !
ALMOST new fumed oak, mission
stle furniture for library and din-
Ing room, also 8-year-old mare, sad
dle and bridle Apply J D. Martin
Phone 40. Hot Springs. 11-11 tf
$165 00 TAKES our beautiful $400 00
piano; need five months; going
eat 2631 Grant 11-11-lwk
NEW Storey Clark upright piano;
bargain if taken at once. Phone
FULL sized ink barrels, $1 00 apiece
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th
Street Phone 56. 1 18-tf
BIDS will be received at Abels Ab
stract office for a frame house and j
fencing to bo removed from premises;
also for 600 6harea In Ogden Bench
Canal, right to reject bids reserved
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson 1
Ave, bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone'
517 J. 12-2S-tf
WE have received two car loads j
of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jerseya at cow max
ket, 7th and Wash. 10-17-tf I
MONEY TO LOAN
SIX per cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city resident or business
property, to buy build. Improve, ex
tend or refund mortgages or other se-
curitles. terms reasonable; special
privileges correspondence invited
Dept L, 618 Commonwealth Bid..
Denver Colo., or UepL I, 749 Henrv
Bldg , Seattle, Wash 11-4 lwk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments, no security, also
loans on furniture, pianos, etc Drake,
over Paine &. Hurst. tf
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
reliable people on short notice; call
Phone 1613-J. s-24-lwk
ANY' amount on real estate. Bichsol.
Commercial Nat 1 Bank Bldg. tf
LOANS on improved farm or city
property. HUNTER & KENNEDY,
423 24Lh St.. opposite court house tf
MONEY to loan on city and farm
property. An amount, no delay
Matthews-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
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden,
278 25th St C. H. Smith. Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate ecur
lty. J. ,T. BruramltL 4-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgnajo real es
tate loans. Kelly A Herrlck. 'J 15 tf
PUPILS In private borne; for further
Information call phone 1666 9-6-31
I FOR SALE I
1 REAL ESTATE
TH REE-room house built last year;
large lot, price $650; easy terms,
you can t afford to overlook this. 411
24th St. 11 17-lwk
640 ACRES good dry farm land
In Curlew Valley, $5.50 per acre.
Will take city property as part pay
ment. O M. Lloyd, Marion hotel-
AN elegant 5-room bungalow, near
Sacred Heart academy large base
ment, screened porch and large lot,
for onlv $2700; $300 down and balance
same as paying rent, low rate of In
terest J J. Brummitt, Under Utah
NICE 3 room cottage in oxcollent lo
cation; this place is in fine shape
and a bargain at $1250. on monthly
payments, now 4 room cottage, big
lot, fruit and shade trees, rhlcken
runs, electric lighted barn and out
buildings, an ideal home and the price
is right. See me for further partlcu
Inrs E. W. Cannady, Room 11, Com
merclal National Bank Bldg. 11 8-tf
A GOOD 4-room coitage with city wa
ter and electric lights well located;
near depot, only $1400; any kind of
terms J J Brummitt. Phone 59
FOR sale by owner New five-room
house on the Bench, with large front
porch and large sleeping porch Same
as. paying rent Phone 348-J. 20-23-;
AN elegant lot. 60x116 feet, within 2
blocks of Utah National bank, only
$1200, anv kind of terms; low rate of
interest. J. T Brummit, Under Utah
NICE four-room cottage, pantry.
closet, front and rear porch largo
lot, good location; particulars to
price and terms may bo had calling
at my office, basement of Utah Nat'l
Bank Bldg , corner 24th and Wash
This is your opportunlt , don't let
it pass, also have a few choice resi
dence lots in improved district in
rght location and at right price; P
will be to your interest to call and
make further inquiry Remember the
place, under Utah Nat l Bank Bldg
Phone 199 and 662 -R W. J Crttch
A NICE sightly lot on 2rd street. 50
xl3G feet to alley, city water In front
of lot; only $300; $10 down, $1" per
month J J Brummitt. Phone 59.
AN Ideal lot for a home on 13ih SL,
near car line and school, 80x132,
large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickens t
bolves the high cost of living Plenty
of water, easy terms. W. H Voorhles,
rhone 1312-R lu-18-tf
LOT near Unlou depot, $10 per front
foot, $10 down. $lo per month. J. J
Brummitt, i'nder Utah National Bank
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.
CHICKEN ranch located about two
blocks from thp Farr school building
an 22nd street and Harrison avenue,
consisting of one acre, nice and sigh -ly,
well adapted for chicken ranch
close to street car line; a great snap
at $800; $100 down, balance $10 per
month, J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59.
A BRICK cottage, close in, in best
residence district, reasonable, term
to suit buyer Inquire 2030 Washing
ton Ave. 1 1 .11m'
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon
roe. 9-4 -lmo
A new 5-room modern
brick bungalow, in very best
location on Bench; fire place,
nice bath, two bed rooms, full
width front porch, screened
sleeping porch, cemented base
ment, walks and sewer paid;
lot 38x132 to alley. Will take
city lot as part payment. Best
kind of terms, and time on
balance. Quick action neces
sary. Don't telephone, see us,
under First National bank.
FORTY-acro farm, small house, barn,
feuced In three fields, half mile!
from Btation, $1400: on long time !
HUNTER tc KENNEDY, 423 24th St.
3-ROOM house; 7 1-2 acres ground.
901 E 2nd St Phone 1701-R.
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, clo3e In
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-lC-lyr
There was a dot" In our town,
Hoth wise and dignified
He cut a man's appendix out.
But sewed his tools insidu
And when he saw hi8 tools were
With all his might and main.
Ho quickly ripped the basting thread
And got his tools again.
Walter S. Doty In Judge.
THE SWORD OF VIRTUE.
Teacher -You see. had the lamb
been obedient and stayed in the fold
It would not have been eaten by the
wolf, would It"
Boy (promptly I No. ma'am. it
would have been eaten by us.
MADAME YOGIS j
IT will pay ou to see this wonder-
ful gifted woman She will teach '
you how to get acquainted with your
self. How to get the most Rood out
of life So many people stand In 1
their own light and don't know it. ; l
Special prices this week. Astrolog- i 1
ist. Palm and Card reading. 132 1-2 ;
25th St. Phone 1297-W, 11-11-lwk i
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Englneers's Office.
Salt Lake City, Utah,
November 7. 1913
Notice Is hereby given that William
Glasmann. whose poBtofflce address i '
is Ogden. Utah, has made application
In accordance with the requirements
of the Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907,
as amended by the Session Laws of
Utah. 1909 and 1911, to appropriate
one hundred fifty (150) cubic feet
of water per second from Ogden riv
er. Weber county, Utah. Said water
will be diverted at a point which bears
south 11 degrees 11 minutes, east
l,42fiS feet distant of the south quar
ter corner of Section 16, Township 6
north, range 1 east. Salt Lake base
und meridian, from where It will be
conveyed b means of a canal, pipe
line and a flume, for a distance of
105,600 feet, and there used from Jan
unry 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of
each year to irrigate 48,000 acres of
land embraced In Sections 3, 4, 5, 8; 9,
10, 11, 14, 15 16, 17. 18. 20. 21, 22, 23.
24. 25, 26 and 27, Township 5 north.
Range 1 west. Sections 3, 4 9. 10, 13.
10, 22 27 34 and 35, Township 0
north, Range 1 west, Sections 19, 20,
21, 22, 27, 28, 29, S3 and 34. Township
7 north. Range 1 west; Sections lo.
19. 20. 21. 22, 23, 26. 27 28 29, 30,
31 and 32. Township 7 north Ranue
2 west, Sections 4, 5, 6 7, 8. 9, 17,
16, 19, 30 and 31, Township 5 north,
Range 2 west, Sections 15, 16, 17. 19
20. 21. 22, 21. 24 25, 26. 27, 28, 29. 30
31, 32 and 33. Township 6 north.
Range 2 west; Sections 1. 2. 11, 12.
13, 14. 23. 24, 25, 36. Township 5
north. Range 3 west, Salt lake base
and meridian The above advertise
ment is a republication of a former no
tice in order to correct the point of
diversion The application is desig
nated In the State Engineer's office
as No 4964
All protests against the granting of
said application, stating the reasons
therefor, must be made by affidavit
in dupl;cate and filed In this Office
within thlm (30) days after the com
pletlon of the publication of this no
tice. V. D BEERS.
Date of first publication November 18.
1913; date of completion of publlca
tlon December 18, 1913.
Christine Peterson. Plaintiff. vs
' Robert T Albert and Chailolte At
! hert. Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order
of sale and degree of foreclosure and
sale. Issued out of the District Court
of the county of Weber, State of
Utah, on the 7th day of November,
1918, in the above entitled action
wherein rhristino Peterson, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment
and a decree of foreclosure and sale
against Roltert T. Albert and t hnr
lotte Albert, defendants, on the 7th
day of November. 1913. for the sum
of $2,144,000, besides Interest, costs
1 and attorney's fees. I am command
ed to sell the property, situate bine
land being In Ogden City Weber
( ounty, Utah, and described as fol
lows A part of the northwest quarter of
' section 16. In township 6 north range
1 west. Salt Lake meridian. U S
survey; beginning at a point 3.00
chains north and 17 53 chains pouth,
88 degrees west from the southeast
corner of said quirtcr section, and
ruunlng north 0 degrees 15 minutes,
east 8.79 chains, 'thence south 88
degiees 15 minutes west 2.48 chains,
thence north 79 degrees 15 minutes,
west 177 chainc. thence north 50100
i 50 1 of one chain, thence north 79
i Horrro., 1 mlnHfai u nci 7.1 ftll I 7.r. I
of one chain to tlif renter of the east
bank of the Harrlsvllle canal, thence
following the center of the east bank
of the H.irrisville canal In a south
westerly and southeasterly direction
to a point south 88 degrees west from
the place of beginning, thence north
8S degrees east to the place of lie
ginning, and containing 3 04 acres of
land, more or less.
Together with an Interest In and
to a certain right of way as at pres
ent used leading from the north to
the aforesaid tract of land and sub
ject to a certain right of way over
the aforesaid tract of land 25 100
( 25) of one chain in width and as at
Together with any and all water
rights belonging to and appertaining
tn the aforesaid tract of land, said
water right being in the North Ogden
irrigation company canal
Together with all and singular the.
tenements, hereditaments, thereunto
belonging or in any wise appertain
ing, and the rents, issues and prof
Public Notice Is hereby gien that
on the first day of December, 1918
nt 12 oclock noon, of that day, In
front of the Court House door of the
county of Weber, I will, in obedience
to said order of sale and decree of
foreclosure and sale. bcI the above
described property, or so much there
of as may bo necessary to saltHf
Bald judgment, with interest and
costs etc. to the highest and best
Dated at Ogden City Weber Coun
tv, Utah, this 7th day of November,
T A DE VINE, Sheriff,
By C. ALLISON.
IN LIGHTER VEIN.
When you object to your neighbor's
piano, remember that he may have a
grievance about your dog
The minds of some women may b
read by a fortune teller alter a little
Love Is responsible for many a cur
The woman who looks her years lias
Age is not an infallible sign of ma
IT MIGHT BE
"Your legal department must, be
vcrv expensive "
Yea.' sighed the eminent trust
'Still. I suppose you have to main
Well, I don't know. Sometimes
think It would be cheaper to obey
the law." Harper's Weekly,
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
o 4, O. E S.. regular meetings held
It Masonic hall on Washington are
between 25th and 26th sta . the first (
nd third Fridays of each month. So- i
lournlng members cordlallv invited to I
ittend Fannie M. Whlttemore. W. -M
; Calllo E Cave, Secretary. r
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. M-.
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
Evening at 7 30 o'cloek. Members of i
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. S. W. .
Wherr , W. M. Felix T. Mocre, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekati Lodge No 4,
I O O. F , meets second and fourtn
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har- ,
rlngton, N O ; Emma Meld. Record- ,
Ing Secretary. 718 Twenty-third
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 581, meets every Wednesday
right at 7 30 o'clock, New Woodmen
Hall. Fraternity Bldg. ViBiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Dr Alice M Rldgo. M D., B7-58 Lewis
block. Eliza Bremer, G N. 464 22nd
St St Mario Crites, clerk, 2731 Mon
roo avenue. 9-10-tf
Knights of Pvthlas Ogdn lodge
No. 2, Knighto of Pvthlas. meets at
Castle hall. Utah National bank build
tng, every Monday evening. All K. of
P's are requested to meet with us.
W H. Luddlngton. C. C; W. O. 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 Ftlda; afternoons 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 Neighbors of America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p m., 4at
the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building Msitiug neighbors invited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles
Finley, M D., room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27tb and
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogdeu Homestead. No. 1505, meets
on every Wednesday eveniug tu new
1 O. O F hall Fraternity building,
W'asnington avenue Visiting Arch
ers are cordially invited to meet with
us Addle L Williams, Foreman, 180
Twenty-first street, J. A Junk, Cor
respondent, 3202 Washington avenue.
Urder of (JwIk Ogdeu Neat No
121S, Order o: Owia, rnciii evo
Friday evening in their own ball (the
old hUk club ruoinsj ai b . cIock.
Vislwng Brother Owls are invited to
uncuu lilt ueat nicciiu&d ireu Oal
iiuan, i'rcbiueui, J. onvor, becreUiry,
4io ' abLuu0i.ou uvenue.
&LUO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every
seconu ana luuriu iuursuuy uiguib
at S p. m., in 1 U J. rul hall. Vialt
Uug neiguuora coraiaio iuvhcu. i-rau
cjs Loppuck, hut Ziiu bl. rvaiu ney
man. Herk, Beil puoue 1247-J.
Woodmen ol the World Weber
Camp No i4, mceis In lue U. v .
I hall, Fraternity block, 2-u v awning -lou
aveuu, every TnurbUa cveuiug
I at S u clocii. Vial ting w uuuinen cor
uiaiiy invited to attend.
C. E. CANSlvE, C. C
Modern Woodmen u, Auicr.ca Utai
camp No. mceUi vei first anu
! iUHu Vuesuay eveuiLg ui o O'CIOCK at
K. of P. hall, 'i wcui louriu aU auu
s auningiou ave. Visiting aiemberb
luvued. W. H Drauey, Coauuu j.
m auater, clerk.
Fraternal Order ot liagles vg'Jeu
Aerio j E., meets tjery
Wednesday eteuiug at Ladles ball,
liudboii ae., at 6 o clock v is.iiing
' bruthcr Lagies arc mviied to altenu
I ibo aerie uieeuujib. Cluu iuuilu, open
I at li a. m. J. tirifiiDi w . Pi ebi
dent- hi. U. Gelger, secretary. Dr. C.
hi. Waraleiyb. A one fb sici.in.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wa6atch Division No 124, O R. C ,
mttU becoud and lounh Friday ai
p m, in i-raternity Block, Uuu
Fellows Hall. All brothers are cor
dially invited to atteuti. c. 11. Pear
'60b, C. C. D L. Boyie, fa and '1.
Classified aavertlsemeutb ou this
pugo cost one cent per word, each in
sertion But no drsl luserlion can
be less than 25 cents. Dr you cau
run the classuied advertisement lor
25 cents per line per week, but no
weeklv adverUsemout cau be let thaa
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals lor furnlsning ma
terials and Uomg the work of build- 1
Ing concrete curbs and gutters in
Curb and Gutter District No llu, be- I
ing on both sides of Wall Avenue 1
trom 27th to '8th Streets; and both ,
sides of Hudson Avenue Irom 23rd to
24th Streets, where curbs and gut
tera are not now built, under plans
and specifications prepared by tho
City Engineer and approved by the
City Board of Commissioners, will be
received at the office of the City
Engineer In the City Hall at Ogden
City, aforesaid, until 10 o'clock a. m.,
on the 2uih day of November, A D..
1913, at which time all proposals re
ceived will be publicly opened nn.
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 right is reserved to reject ans
or nil bids and to waive any Jefects
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners, H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication, October 28, 1913
Last publication November 19, 1913.
NOTICE OF INTLNTION
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, o! tip Intent. on of said
Hoard to make the lollowini; describ
ed lmprovem uta to- it;
To create Ballantvne Avenue south
from 2nth Street to a point 165- feet
north from 21st Street where the
city has gained Jurisdiction as a
sewer district, and to construct
therein a pipe sewer together with
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY H
READFRS OF THE PRESS
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that l V-l ';V!
supply your -wants. j
Advertisements in this col
umn cost 75c per line per
month, payable in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 2f.68 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-m.
LISTEN hero' Madam Yogis. the
greatest farseei, astrologist. palm
and card reader Coll and be con
vinced she is the best. 132 1-2 25th
St. Newdalc rooms
E. T. HULANISKI, First National
Bank Bldg 12 11-tf
LAW YER O CONNOLLY, o er Com
mercial National Bank Bldg, 369
24th SL Phone 111.
Billiards and Pool.
Ave Not the Biggest, but the
Best. Billiard and pool tahles and
supplies for sale We sell the Minn
Table, the best table manufactured.
Expert repairing done.
J. WILSON Bo.ik and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs, 2465
Wash. Ave. Phone 8o0. 12-3"-lmo
F. J. FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try
chiropratlc (spinal adjustments )
Room 14 Commercial Natl Bank
Bldg. Phone 311. 6-7-tf
K VAN K-XMPEN Phone S83 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
A SHREWD DODGE.
"This new murderer is a foxy one "
' Declares he's perfectly sane Now
of course, everybody will have to go
to work to prove he s insane.' Pitts
the necessary manholes, and connect
all with the manhole of the present
sewer system, and to defray the
I whole of the cost thereof, estimated
at $1000 00 by a local assessment on
the lots or pieces ot ground lying
and being within the following dis
trict, being the district to be bene
1 lied or affected by 6ald improve
All the land Ling between the out
er boundary lln-8 of said Avenue in
cluded in the district und a lino
drawn 132-feet outward from and
parallel to the said outer boundary
lines. Said district to be ases-ed
for the cost of putting in the sewer
between 20(h and 21st Street; also
for securing the rlgbt-of-way for
said sewer irom 21st btreet north a
dibtancc ot 165 feet
.All protests and objections to the
carrying odt of such lntentioa mus:
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or Lelore the 22ud day
of November, 1913. at 10 oclock a.
m., that being the time set by sild
Board of Commissioners when they
i will hear and consider such objec-
I lions as mas be made thereto, at the
mayors office at the City Hall. Og
den City, Utah.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ugden City, Utah.
Dated this 30lh djy o. October, ,
A. G. FELL Mayor.
H. J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publnatlon Ocober o0. 1913.
Lief publkatlm, Njvember 21
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby- given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden I
City, of the Intention of said board!
to "make the following described iioi- I
To lay out, establish and open a
public street, to be named Butler
aveuue, north and south through
Block 16. Plat "A." Ogden Cltj BUr
i vcy, said street to be 42 feet wide,
being the lull width of the present
right-of-way; being 16 5 feet on the
w est and 25 5 feet on the east side
of the lot Hue north and south be
tween lots 3 and 4, also lots 7 and
8 in Block 16. Plat 'A." Ogden City
1 Survey the whole distance between
26th and 26th Streets and to defray
the whole of the cost thereof, esti
mated at $3,000.00 b a local aaaess-
ment upon the lots or pieces of
j ground lying and being within the
following district, being the district
I to be benefited and affected by said
I improvements, viz
All the laud lying between the
! outer boundary lines of said avenue
when opened as proposed, and a line
drawn 50 feet outward from and
parallel to the said outer boundarv
lines being part of Lots 3. 4. 7 and 8,
Block 16. Plat A.' Ogden City sur
vey In said Ogden Olty.
All prolesU and objections to the
carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 4th day
' of December. 1913. at 10 o'clock a
1 m. that being the time set by said
Board of Commissioners when they
will hear and consider such ob
Jectious as may be made thereto, at
the Mayors office at the City hall.
Ogden City, Utah.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah
Dated this 11th day of November.
A. G. FELL, Mayor.
A J CRAVEN. City Engineer
First publication, November 11.
Last publication. December 3. 1913.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Piugrec Townsne Company, a cor
poration, with Its principal place c:
buainet i Ogden CJty, Weber couu-
" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Trot
I at a meeting of the Directors of said
Notary Public. I I
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth Street.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phone us up. We 1
will call for it. Tel. 210.
PAINTING, paperhanplng and tinting, ;
J. Den Harthog. Phone 571-R. I
Physician and Surgeon. j! ;:
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and I -
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. I I I
New Peerv Bldg, Hudson Ave. Phone I
1S00-W. Residence phone 2129-W 646
Washington avenue. 6'H tf
219 23th Street- i
Fine Art Photography j
Come and have a sitting. !
WOODY PRINTING CO We do good
work. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone S50,
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can furnished free. Sanitary
Garbage Co Phone 620. i
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
272S Grant. Bell phone 201SW.
Second-Hand Goods. I
NEW AND SECOND-HAND furniture.
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases 1
cheap. A Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St. 6 13 lwr
GALLACHER repairs trunks 350 I
25lh St. 6 25 lmo
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and j
called for Electric Service Co., H
Phone SS Up 24th St.
Company, held on the 17th day of JH
September, 1913, an assessment (No.
2) of fifteen centa per share was lev-
led on the capital slock of the cor
poration payable immediately to !
James F. Burton. Treasurer of the cor
poration, at the First National Bank
of Ogden, corner of Washington ave- L
nue and Twenty -fourth street. Ogden 1
City, Utah Any stock upon which . H
t hie assessment may remain unpaid 1
on the 23th day of October, 1913, will 1M
be delinquent and advertised for sale,
;it public auction, and, unless payment
is made before, will be sold on the ji
Slh day of November, 1913. at the of
fice of said company, at the said i
First National Bank, to pay the delin- I
quent assessment, together with the
costs of advertising and expense of I
JAMES F BURTON Secretary j
Pingree Townslte Co., Ogden, Utah JH
At a meeting of the Board of Dl- I
rectors of the Pingree Townsite com- 1
panv, held at the office of the Com- H
pany in Ogden City, Utah, on the S
25th day of October. 1913. it was or- I
dered and directed that the lime for
payment of the assessment In the j
above and foregoing notice set forth j!
be extended to the 25th day of No
vember, 1913. upon which date all JM
uypald assessments will become de-
llnquent, !n accordance therewith and
herewith, and that If not paid on or
before uch date will be sold on the
12lh day of December, 1913 at the
office of said company, at the First
National Bank Bldg.. in said Ogden I
Oity, Weber county, Utah, to pay the
delinquent assessments. together
with costs of advertising and ex- j
penses of sale
By order of the Board of Directors.
JAMES F. BURTON. Secretar;.
First National Bank Bldg . Ogden.
Will Pay City Warrants.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned Treasurer of Ogden City,
will at his office, on and after this
date, pav City Warrants bearing Reg- 1
ltr Numbers 23467 to 24163 all in TM
elusive, and further that all such J
Warrants not presented to me for A
Payment, will cea.se to draw interest
after November 17, 1913.
Dated at Ogden, Utah. November
GUARDIANSHIP NOT30E3. I
Consult County Clerk or tfce Respo
ilv Signers for Furthsr
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The creditors of the estate of Ella
L Rasmussen. deceased, will present JH
their claims, with vouchers, to the j
' undersigned, administrator of said S
I estate, at No 2324 Washington Ave
! nue, Ogden. Utah, on or before 11
March 15th, 1914.
Dated this 11th day of November, i
O D. RASMUSSEN. ,
Administrator of the Estate of Ella
L Rasmuaaen Deceased
Valentine Gideon, Attorney for 1 1
I Said Administrator. jH
ADDING INSULT TO INJURY. jfl
After a ret enl railway collision in
the Mldlando h Scotsman was extri- I
cuted from the wreckage by a corn- H
paniOO who had escaped unhurt H
"Never mind, Sand." his rescuer re
marked, it's nothing nerloua. ami
you II get damages for it "
' Uamages " roared Sandy. 'Have
1 not had enough o' them? It s repair
I'm seeking the noo! Boston Trai H