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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1913 3
Want advertisements cost on cent I
per word each leaue, or 6 centt per ,
line of five word per day, no first
Ineartlon less than 25 cents, or two
ar more Ones per weak at the rate of
25 ecnta per line ner week, or 76
centt per line per month- Remember
five average worde make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advanca. No exception to this
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL for reneral housework. no
washing. Inquire 313 2Mh St.
A GIRL for general housework, no
washing Call 2638 Adams
! 1215-1 wk
GIRL to assist with housework. 56$
24th St. lUMwk
"WOMAN who can cook anil take gen
eral charge of house. Small fam
ily, no children Good wages to right
party Call at 575 25th Street, 1 to 2
or after 6 p. m. 12 11 tf
A WAITRESS at 2R 25th St. steady
work also nurse girl. 1211-lwk
WANTED MALE HELP
SALESMAN Good proposition See
H 11 Vnn Patten, 2355 Monroe
Ave. Phone 410-W. 12-13 lwk
GIRL wants work b day. Phono 4SK
or address 419 W 17th St. 12-16-lwk
WASHING to take borne. Phone
POSITION as housekeeper in small
family by elderly lady, good cook.
Inquire Y care Standard 12 13-lwk
V tSHING to take home Phone
1010-Y. 1- 12 lwk
COLORED man wants position as
cook, experienced In hotel and res
taurant work. AddresB L W., Stan
dard ' 12-12-lwk
1.ADY stenographer; three years' ex
perience, desires position. Phone
llW. U lWwi
DRESSMAKING 456 22nd St Phone
J 380 J.
m WANTED Laundry or office work or
other Inalde work X. cars Stand-
01 ard. i2j-lwk
TWO or 3 horse power gas engine
Wedell. 11 19-ltno
SOMEONE to take home family wash
leg and ironing. Call Phone lv
441 27th Si 12 IT 1 1
WANTED--Modern five or six room
bungalow or building lots on 35th
street or close by Will trade
good industrial stocks for same. Ad
dress P. O. Box 812, City. 12 16-lwk
WANTED Clean, wmte old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 56. 360
BOARD AND ROOM
FOR Rent with board. 2 front rooms
B connected, first flour with bath
Popular Heights. 437 24th St.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms furnTs fied or
unfurnished. Utah hotel. Phono
IS 1702. Taylor and Hoist, 371 22ud St.
Phone 1702 We cater to the work
ing people 11-26-tl
M FOR RENT
iffi FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
0. :. ROOM cottar . ; nl-'-l) furnished,
jsjl' modern. 2642 Monroe 12-13-lwk
NICE modern 3-room house. 253S
i Monroe 12-13-lwk
J-URNISHED rooms, with or without
hoard. 2139 Llucoln. Phono 168S-J.
sfn 1 2-9-1 wk
I'OlR-room apartment furnished, Vi
Mock from Reed hotel. $26.00.
sjf Phone 2334. 12-12 7wk
fllf ROOM with 5t.am heat, bath, for
gent $2.50 per week, close In; ret
erences 2341 Adams Ave 11-29-lmo
Jm THREE furnished housekeeping
looms cheap. 2831 Hudson
EIGHT rooms, good condition. 639
23rd St. 12-3-lmo
st5 NICELY furnished :nn..-rn ;ip.ri-
-1 ments 2Mb and Grant Apply
2785 Grant or Phone 102S 12 2 tf
j 1 FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
W comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
Wi week up 536 31et St 3 13-lyr
ffitlJj NINE-room house ou 31st St., $18 00.
H Wedell. 1119 lmo
a. Z '( COREY Rp irimentB. modern and rea-
aouable. 2566 Wash. Ave.
f& FURNISHED Oats. 26!4 Gram Ave.
KjU . FOR RENT
L I UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
f AND APARTMENTS.
f I 6 ROOM house. Inquire 2353 Monroe
Ave. Pbouo 410-W. 12-13-lmo
LJcS 3 OR 4 nicely papered and painted
r-m rooms: cheap to small family. Call
EjjlJ 776 W. Apply 1846 Adams. 1210-lwk
JP I S ROOMS with cellar and light. 3058
FOUR-room and bath, brick cottage
Inquire 540 28th street. Phone 1733
SEVENroom apartment at 124 23rd
St Inquire CSS 23rd. 12 16-lwk
MODERN 6 room houee. $17.60 pr.r
month No. 211 West 30th St Phonr
ia 12-5 it
NNE-room house on 31st St.. $18 00
THRBB-room house Appl BSC 12th.
Phone 900-W 11 20-mo
FOUR-room modern. Rear 315 27th.
no children, 10-13-tf
LOST Gold ring set with Utah stone
Return to Iast & Thomas.
A NEW dining room set and otbei
furniture, reasonable 158 Twenty
third street. 12-15-1 wk
1 SOLID Brass Bed. cost $80. now
$35, 1 sew-In machine, $R Inquire
R. 38 Idan-hn Hotel. 2474' j Washing
ton nve. 12-15-3t
ONE nearly new piano, buffet. Singer
Sewing machine. Phone 1801 W.
12 15-1 wk
COOD violin, cheap. 3298 Adams
ALL kinds of kindling wood and
pawdust, any amount. Peter H. Ol
seu. Huntsvllle. Phone 68-Y 12-9-Swk
I SELL the best pianos or player
pianos for the least money; let me
prove this to you Pantone, 2S74 Hud
son, corner 29th St 12-6 lmo
Violins, cash or payments 2874 Hudson.
FOUR milk cows just fresh, at 65S
WE have several good fresh milk
cows, also registered Jerseys for
sale. Cow Market, 7th and Washing
BLACKSMITH shop; complete set of
tools cheap. 768 20th Phone
FULL sized Ink barrels, $1.00 apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th
Street. Phone 56. 1-18-tf
KINDLING wood Y'ard on Hudson
Ave, bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone
MONEY TO LOAN
MuNEY' advanced salaried people on
easy payments. no security; also
loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake,
o t Paine & Hurst. ;t
ANY' amount on real e.stnte. Bich6el,
Commercial Null Dank Bldy. tf
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property. HUNTER & KENNEDY.
423 24th St, opposite court house, ti
MONEY to loan on city and Carm
property Any amount, no dela.
Matthew.--McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank, Phone 201-W.
MONEY' to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, fliearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden,
278 25th St. C. EL Smith, Prop.
MONEY' to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BrummltL 4-27-tl
MONEY' on first mortgage real o.
.ate loans. Kelly & Hcrrlck I 15 tf
SMALL amounts of money loaued to
reliable people on short notice; call
Phone 1613-J. s-24 lwk
Y'OUR combings made into switches
etc . Mrs. G. Dixon, 2356 Washing
ton avenue. 11-29-lwb
AN eleqant lot located pear Union
Depot 135 feet deep to 27 foot alley
$10 per front foot any kind of terms
J. J. Brummltt under Utah Nat Bank
SIXTY-SIX acres of good farm land
in Rlverdale; terms reasonable. Ap
ply J A Fife. Phone SKI. Rlverdale
FOUR-room modern house with base
ment 2840 Hudson. 12-3-lwk
ONE of the finest lots on the Bench
176 feet deep to 20 foot alley, locat
ed near Farr School building, 100;
$10 down. $5 per month J, J Brum
mitt, phone 59.
MODERN 3-room cottage,
only $1100. Terms easy.
Phone owner, 1427.
SIX room house with one-half acre ol
land, fruit and shade trees located
on car line. $1,500; terms to suit J
J. Brummltt. under Utah National
NICE four-rcom cottage. pantry.
closet, front and rear porch, large
lot, good location; particulars to
price and terms may be had calling
at my office, basement of Utah Nafl
Bank Bldg, corner 24th and Wash.
This Is your opportunity; don't let
it pass; also have a few choice resi
dence lots n Improved district In
rgbt location and at rlht price; P.
will be to your Interest to call and
make further Inquiry Remember the
place, under Utah Nat'l Bank Bldg
Phono 199 and 662-R. W. J. Critcb
AN elegant modern 5-room bungalow
both, toilet, stationary lavatory
trees, near school, near depot, only
$2,100; small payment down, balance
same as paying reut. J. J. Brummltt
under Utah National Bank.
AN elegant lot. 60x115 feet within 2
block of Utah National bank, only
$12U; any kind of terms, low rale of
A GOOD 4-room cottage with clt)
water and electric lignta, well locat
ed. near depot, only $1,400; any kind
of terms. J. J. Brummltt. Phone 59.
A BRICK cottage, close in. In beat
rosldence district, reasonable, termf
to suit buyer Inquire 2030 Washing
ton Ae 11-3-lmj
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for bouso. clo?e la.
C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
THE DAVIS AND WEBER COUN
TIES CANAL COMPANY,
There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of
assessment levied on September 0.
1913. the several amounts set opposite
the names of th resVpectlTe sharehold
crs as follows:
7. OZ Z
v o o i o o a
3 2 2- s
ffa a a 5
P f 2
Adams. Joshua 2706 . . 9. $22.50
Adams. Jophua.. 647 4. B.00
J 2404 5. 12 50
Adams, C. J 543 2 2.50
Adams R W. . 865 L 1 25
J. T 1710 ... 15. 37.50
J. T. 2132 ... 10. 25.00
J T 2133 ... 10. 25.00
Anton N. ...3056 ... 5. 12 50
Anton N 566 5. 6.25
Call. Cyril 2039 ... 7.84 19.60
Call. Cyril . .2285 ... 1. Q
Cnll. Cyril 627 8 10.00
Call. Cyril 871 2. 2.50
chard Co. ...2540 ... 25. 18.75
chard Co ..25S2 ... 5. 12.50
chard Co. ...2568 ... 5. 12.50
chard Co. ..2590 10. 25 00
chard Co 414 21. 7 60
Charles 2714 ... 5. 12 50
Charles 553 10 12.50
Doman, E. ... 753 ... 1. 2.50
Doman, E. ...1000 ... .12 30
Dibble. Ed. C 1786 ... 9 22.50
Dibble. Ed. C.2192 ... . 2 50
Gibby. Thos . 3170 ... 3. 750
Hardy. Arnold 3103 ... 2. 6 00
Hardy. Arnold S14 4. 6 00
Jacob C. . . 3045 ... 2. 5.00
King, J. S . . 3160 ... 2. 5.00
Moss. John H..PJ65 ... 14 35 00
Moss, John H..2754 ... 6 12 50
Moss. John H..3175 5. 11.25
Naylor Bros 801 6. 7. 50
Mrs. Mary' . 3001 ... 5. 12 50
Mrs. Mary 652 6. 7 50
Mrs. Mary 562 4 5 00
Mary E. . . . 170S 4. 5.00
Mary E. . . 2295 ... 6. 15.00
Mary E 3S5 8 10.00
Mary E 732 6. 7 j'J
Mary E 744 6. 7.50
Reld. Jno. C..2678 ... 3. 7.50
Reld. Jno. C..1952 6. 15.00
Reid. Jno. C...3099 ... 1. 2.50
Reld. Jno. C 696 12. 15U
Reid. Jno. C 787 3. 3.75
Sarah E. 78S 1. 1.2"
Moroni D. ..30S9 ... 4. 10.00
Williams, E. H 817 1. 1.26
And, In accordance with law, and
order of the Board of Directors madj
on the 6th day of September, 1913.
so many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will be
' sold at the south door of the Weber
County Court House, In Ogden, Utah,
ou the 20th day of December. 1913, nt
12 o'clock, noon, of said day to pay
1 delinquent assessment thereon, to
t gather with the cost of advertising
..ml expenses of sale
J. C NYE. Secretary
I In the District Court of Weber Coun
ty, State of Utah.
John Kirk, Plaintiff. s Maria Kirk
The State of Utah to the said de
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
of this Summons upon you. if bcrved
within the County In which this de.
elalon is brought; otherwise-, within
thirty days after service, and defend
the above entitled action; and In cab
of our failure so to do. judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the Clerk of said
This action Is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the marriage con
tract and bonds of matrimony now
and hitherto cjtt6ting between you and
HALVERSON & PRATT.
P. O. Address, Room 510 First Nation
al Bank Building. Ogden, Utah.
THIS BEATS OUR AQUARIUM
Beginning tomorrow visitors and
shoppers at Abraham & Straus' will
have a chance to beguile away their
spare time and witness the second
t.nnual free exhibit of flshea which
the Brooklyn Aquarium society will
hold In the department store. Over
200 tanks of rare flh will be shown
this ar In this collection from all
ovor the world. The object of the i
society Is to encourage the aquarium
idft in Brooklyn, and It Is hoped that
the public Interest will be sufficient
to establish an aquarium In the Chil
urnn's museum and eventually a com
plete one in the Brooklyn Institute
park. The exhibition will continue
No expense has been spared by the
society in bringing the fish from
every quarter of the globe. Amons
the interesting specimens to be seen
will be the small "livo-bearlng" fish
which do not raise their young from
eggs, as most fish do; flab, which
cany their oung In their mouths for
fourteen days after birth; the gorge
ous butterfly fish from Africa; the
snrkehead" and the climbing fish
from India; the beautiful, wonderful
ly colored Paradise fish from China,
and lat, but not least (In point of
interest, although they are almost I
le.Ht In slie), the tiny fighting fish
from Slam, that the Siamese "sports"
raise for fighting Just as the Cubans
rahsc fighting cocks.
These piscatorial pugilists are only
nl n it n- Iwc as a man's Index fln
g r. but they are a "long" on cour-
,1 political office seeker Is on I
nerve The dueK are always lc-twe.-n
two male -p'mens, and they might,
truthfully be termed "affairs of hon- .
! or. " as the cause Is Invariably a i
I fair female The endurance?' as well 1
thr ferocity of the little fighter
I it, wonderful, for they sometimes bat-1
tie tor hours, and do not desist un-
DUO OT the other is killed The
, flafa show almost as much "ring gen
aralehlp" as humans, for they try to I
disable each other by biting off the ;
opponent s pectn fins, near the gills.
Oticc shorn of these, tht fish is un
able to direct his course In the water, 1
hrlnj: ;is helplc-86 as a ship without a!
rilddi r, ijnd i-1 at the mercy of his an- 1
tatroiilet Brooklyn Eagle.
AMERICA'S USE OF EUROPEAN
Wuhout Knowing anything of the
details and technique of the subject,
the average American is fairly well
wane of the fact that the electrical
Industry In the United States is In a
rv healthy condition; and that. If
the -t.mdard of comparison Is the
standard of actual achievement, the
American electrical man can make a
very satisfactory showing when com- !
f a red w ith tho representative of any
other nation. Since that point is
verj definitely established, there need
hi no heart-burning in the knowledge
that this achievement haa been made
in spite of the fact that In point of
.clenttfic discovery and commercial
Invention, most of the pioneer prog
ress in the development of the elec
trical Industry has been made by the
scientists and engineers of other
oirirtries. and notably those of Bri
tain, Franco and Germany. Unfortu
oately, there are many Instances to
he cited in which, in the countries
r amd. discovery has been the end
instead of the beginning of the mat
ter; and there has frequently been
lacking the enterprise to turn dls
covery and invention to practical ac
count in the service of the commuu
I'v ond the upbuilding of tho nation's
industries, in the main this some
wiat genera! statement will be found
to hold true: while, in a consideration
of American progress, one of the
most conspicuous facts to be noted
ia that the engineer has always been
caper to profit by the latest advance
of the scientist, wherever made and
recorded, the capitalist has always
been ready to support the engineer
and the investor has at least been
willing to entrust his savings to the
tankers for Investment in electrical
enterprises. There is nowadays no
snh thlnv as pure engineering. En
gin earing is inseparable from econ
omics. An engineer Is a man who
can do for 50 cents what any fool
can do for a dollar; and it Is the
posfosslon of the commercial In
i t met which has enabled the Amer
ican electrical man to get ahead of
his foreign rivals. He has done con
spicuously le-s than the English.
French and German englueer in the
domain of pure research, discovery
and design; he has done conspicu
ously more in the application of In
entlon and theory to the worknda
problems of commercial engineering.
- -Douglas S Martin, In Engineering
99 AND 999 YEAR LEASES.
Whence originated the use of the
odd tprm in leases. 99 or 999 years.
In other days lessees and mortga
gees in possession of real estate foi
100 or 1000 years demised the same
at an annual rental, retaining a re
version for the last year of the ori(,
Inal terra The object oi this pro
ceediug was to be found in the onwii
lingness of the under tenant to be
come bound to the performance of the
covenant contained lu the original
grant and also In the importance to
the lersor of a reversionary interest,
without which, under the old Euglish
practice, he could not recover his reut
Sometimes this reversion was for
only three days or even for only one
day, but usually in long terms the
last year was retained Out of th s
came the popular notion that the law
provided this distraint, and heme
leases were made for 99 or 999 years
when there was no rason whatever
for any such odd period of time.
In England there was In special
cases a restraint on corporations ol
ecclesiastical persons prohibiting the
demise of lands belonging to them to
tho impoverishment of their succes.-.
or6 for a term beyond 100 years and
such leases were accordingly maJe
for 99 years. Harper's Weekly.
CALIFORNIA'S RANK AS A MIN
California, first among the states
west of the Mississippi and fifth
among all the states in the total value
of lt3 mineral production, rests Its
principal claim to distinction as a
mineral producer on its output of pe
troleum In this it leads all the
other states, as does Pennsylvania in
the production of coal. The total
value of the mineral production in
1912, according to Edward W. Park
,-r of the United States Geological
.-.urvey. was $92.S37.374, an Increase ot
$2,216,710 over 1911.
In the quantity of petroleum pro
duced, California Is credited with
nearly 40 per cent of the total output
of the United States. The gold pro
duced in California holds second place
In the mineral production of the state
and first place among the slates. Pe
troleum and gold represent about 42
and 23 per cent respectively of Cali
fornia's mineral output.
NVxt to gold the principal metal
product of California Is copper, the
production of which decreased from
36,316.136 pounds In 1911 to 33.451,672
pounds in 1912. but the value increas
ed from $4,539,517 to $5,519,626.
In addition to being first in the
production of petroleum and gold
California is also the premier pro
duclng 6tate in asphalt and qukksll
ver and enjoys a monopoly In the pro
ductlon ot borax and magnesite. the
combined value of these substances
being over $3,000,000. The othei
mineral products of commercial iui
porlance In California are chromlte
coal, feldspar, fuller's earth, gem BU
terlala, gypsum. Infusorial earth. Iron
ore. lime. manKaneae ore. mineral
paints, mineral waters, platinum, pu
mice, pyrlte. quartz labratd'. a 1 . salt
land'aad gravel, sand lime brick, sul
phurlc acid, talc and tungsten (con
The government of Ecuador will
spend $10,000,000 for sanitation works
at Guayaquil along lines recommended
bv an expert from the United States.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington are.
between 25th and 26th its., the first
and third Fridays of each month. So ,
Joumlng members cordially Invited to!
attend. Fannie M. Whlttemore, W.l'
M.; CalUe E Cave. Secretary.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4
1 O. O. F, meets second and fourtn I
Friday evenings at Odd Fellowa hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har
rington. N. O. ; Emma Meld, Record
ing Secretary, 711 Twenty-third
Unity Lodge No 18. F & A M
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue Meotlnes every Wodn'sda
evening at 7:20 o'clock. Members ol
later lu"ces nnd sojourning brethren
cordlallv Invlitsi to attend. Fred M
Nye. W M ; Felix T Moore. Secre
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No 581. meets every Wednesday
right at 7 30 o'clock. New Woodmon
Hall, Fraternity Bldg. Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Due? can be paid to
Dr Alice M Ridge. M D . 67-58 Lewis
block Eliza Eremcr. G N . 464 22nd
St. St. Marie Crites. dork. 2731 Mnn
roe avenue 9-lC-tf
Knlghtg of Pytblae Orden lodire
No. 2. Knlchts of Pvthlas. meets at
Cattle hall. T'tah National bank bnild
Ing. every Monday evening All K. of
Pa are requested to roee' with us
W. H. Luddlngton C C : W G Kind.
M. of E.; W, L. Underwood, K. of R
LADIES of the Mnecahees of the;
World, Sliver Hlvo No 1 meet j
every first and third Friday evening
I at 8 o'clock; and every second and 1
fourth Friday aftornoons at 2:30
o'clock In Woodmen Hall Fraternity
1 Block. Visiting members cordially In
'ited to attend
KATHRYN KGOLE8TON L. C,
L. JENNIE PROUT R. K.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
'. every second and fourth Monday 1
nights of each months at 8 p. m.. ;at
, tho new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building. Visiting uelghbora Invited
Dueg can bo paid to Mrs Anna Rles
Finley. M. D, room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer. Oracle. 2453 Harrison.
: Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead, No 1505. meets !
on every Wednesday evening In new I
L O O. F. hall. Fraternity building,
Washington avenue. Visiting Arch
en are cordially invited to meet with 1
us Addle L. Williams. Foreman, 180 )
Twenty-first street. J. A. Junk Cjr
respondent, 3202 Washington avenue
Order of Owls Ogden Neat No.
j 1218. Order of Owls, meets even
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rtoms) at 8 o'clock
Visiting Brother Owla are invited to
; jitoud the nest neetings. Fred Cal
! Ilhan. President, J Oliver! Secretary,
2416 Washiuglou avenue.
6EGO Lily Circle Sc 174 meets every
second and lourih Xhursaay nigtiia
at b p. m.. in 1, O. O. Fal hall. Visit
ing neighbors cordially invited tr.m
ces Uoppock, 657 27in ti vaio Hoy
man. Clerk. Bell phone 1247-J.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No. 74, meets In the W. O. W
hall. Fraternity block, JJ2U Washing
ton avenue, every Tnundaj cuing
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor
ulaily invited to attend.
U. E. CANSKE, C. C,
E. A.UTH, Clerk
Modern Woodmen ot America L'ua
camp No. ujl-cU every first ana
thlra 'i-jcaa;, cveuings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P. hrtii. Twenty-fourth tt anu
w afci.inoioa avc. vi&im members
Invited. H- Drauey, CouauL J.
.l oualer, Clerk.
Fraternal Order 01 Eagles vjgdon
Aerie Nu 118, F. O. E., uiel. ciury
Wedneauay evemug at aK-s hau,
Uud.-ou kVOq at d v eiuet. isuins
biothei Eutileb arc invited to alleuu
the acrio Luce-Hugs. Club rooms open
at 11 ui. J. vv. Gratia. vV. Pieai
dent. E. R. ticiger. aecretary Ur. C.
E. Wardleijjh. Aeno i'hyaiclna.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Divi&loa No 124, O. R. C,
Uittl beeond aud lourLu Friday al
z:iu p. m., in Fraternity Block, odd
Fellows Hull. All brothers are cor
uiaiO ill', ited lo alleUu. C. li. i-Vur-bou,
C. C. D .L. Uoj'.e, s. and T.
Clusslfle-d adv crtlbemcuts on this
page eobt'oce eeul per word, each lu
beruon. But no Urol insertion can
be less luun 26 cents. Or you can
run tho ciahciiied advertisement for
25 cents per line per week, but no
weekly ad a rtiscmcnt can be lc thao
Two parts of grated eheese nnd one
part of quicklime with enough white
of egg to form a thick paJte make
an earthenware cement for Immedi
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the
Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907. and the
authority vested In me by said sec
Hon. 1. the undersigned. Wallace Foul
ger. Treasurer of Ogden City. Weber
County, Utah, hereby give public no
tlce that a special tax amounting to
13.650 98 has been levied for curb
and gutter district No. 109 for the pur
pose of constructing concrete curbe
and gutters in said district by an
ordinance duly passed by the city
commissioners of Ogden City, Utan
and approved by the mayor of sala
city on December 10. 1913. said taxet
being levied on all of the abutting
property on the following trot
comprising said curb and gutter dls
trlct No. 109. All that part of Mon
roe avenue on tho east side from
21st to 22nd stret-ts. and on boih
sides of Monroe avenue from 22nd to
The said tax Is payable lu five in
The first installment becomes de
llnquent January 29, 1914.
The second Installment becomes de
linquent December 10. 1914.
The third installment b.-eomes de
linquent December 10. 1915.
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent December 10. 191c
The fifth Installment becomes de
llnquent December 1". 1917.
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I I
READERS OF THE PRESS
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this col
jmn cost 75c per line per
month, payable in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 25CS Cole'a
Court, rear 240 26th SL Tel. HSO-m.
LISTEN here! Madam Yogi, the
greatest farseer, astrologlst, palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vinced she Is the best. 132 1-2 25th
St. Newdale rooms.
E T HULANISKI, First National
Bank Bldg. 1211-tf
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, over Com
mercial National Bank Bldg.. 369
24ih St Phono 11L
Billiards and Pool.
BAKER'S Billiard Room. 2452 Grant
Ave. Not the Bljgest. but the
Best. Billiard and pool tables and
supplies for sale We sell thp Minn
Table, the best tiblo manufactured.
Expert repairing done
J. WILSON Bo.'k and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer. Upstairs, 24C5
Wash Ave. Phone 850, 12-30-lmo
K VAN KAMPEN Phone SS2 rot up
holsterlng. mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
CARPENTER & BUILDER
MARTIN & STIPP, Carpenters ani
builders Plans specifications and
estimates furnished. 1828 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 124.
F J FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try
chlroprntlc (siinal adjustments )
Room 1 1 Commercial Natl Bank
Uldg. Phone 311. 6-7-tl
Uach of said installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum, from
the date of the lew as aforesaid, ano
if any or either of said installments
shall be unpaid when they become do
llnquent. Interest thereon shall be 10
per cent i-r annum, until such delin
quent assessments are fully paid. Salo
tax shall be enforced and collected us?
in any other case ol special tax and
If not paid the property on which
said levy Is made will be advertlsou
and sold according to law This spe
clal tax li payable at my office at
the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah.
City Treasurer of Ogden. Utah
By C T. Koons. Deputy.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah. 1907. and the
authority vested In me by said section
I. the undersigned. Wallace Foulger
Treasurer of Ogden City, Utah, Weber
Count, Utah, hereby give public no
tlce that a special tax amounting to
$3,100 00 has been levied for sewer
district No. 119 for the purpose 01
constructing pipe sewers In said dls
trlct by an ordinance duly passed by
the City Commissioners of Ogden
City. Utah, and approved by the may
or of said city on December 11. 19U
said taxes being levied- on all of the
abutting property on the following
streets comprising said sewer distriM
No 119: All that part of Hud?on avc
mi. from 22nd to 24th streets anc
Lincoln avenue from 19th to 20tD
The said tax Is payable in five In
The first installment becomes do
linquent January JO. 1914.
The second Installment becom'.s de
llnquent December 11. 1914
The third Installment becomes de
llnquent December 11. 1915.
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent December 11. 1916.
The fifth installment becomes de
llnquent December 11. 1917.
Each of said installments, except
the first, shall draw Interest at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum, frocj
the date of the levy as af Prepaid, and
if any or either of said installments
shall be unpaid when they becom" de
linquent, interest thereon shall be
10 per cent per annum, until such
delinquent assessments are fully
paid Said tax 6hall be enforced and
collected as In any other case of
cpecial tax and if not paid the prop
erty on which said levy is maue Wm
be advertised and sold according to
law This special tax is payuble at
my office at the City Hail, Ogden
W ALLACE FOULGEK.
City Treasurer. Ogden City. Utau.
By C K Koon-:. Hepuiv
SHERIFF a SALt
William Fisher. Plaintiff, vs. Nellie
Thompson Burch. Robert M. Burch.
Jr . William L. Eames. J C. Ward.
R. H. Parish. Jr.. Anna Von Rookhie
zen. doing business as the Mayflower
Under and by virtue of an order ot
sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale, issued out of the District Court
Of the County of Weber, State of Etna
on the 29th day of November, 191.1,
in the above entitled action, wherein
William Fisher, the above named
plaintiff, obtained a Judgment and a
decree of foreclosure and sale against
Nellie Thompson Burch et al., de
fendants, on the 24th day of Novem
ber. 1913. for the sum $1.213 75. be
sides Interest, costs aud counsel fees.
I am commanded to sell certain lots,
situate, lying and being In Weber
'r unty, Utah, and described as fol
All of lots 5 (5). six (6). even (7).
and eight S). in Block Nineteen (191
of Lakevlew Addition to Ogden City,
Public Notice ts hereby given that
E. NICHOLSON Practical horse
shoer Lame hones a specialty.
1301 Wash. Ave.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you hart
any kind of Junk, phone ua up. We
will call for it. Tel. 210.
C. D. IVE8. 330 Twenty-fifth Street.
PAESTING. paperhanging and tinting,
J. Den Harthog. Phone 571-R.
Physician and Surgeon.
DR A FERNLFND. Phyalclan and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
: New Peery Bldg . Hudson Ave. Phono
19nn-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 646
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phono 850.
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can furnished free. Sanitary
I Gnrbage Co. Phono C20.
CITY SCAVENGER. McCarty Co,
2728 Grant Bell phono 2018W.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND furniture.
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A. Slner, Phouo 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St 6 13 lwr
GALLACHER repairs trunks. 350
25th St 6 25 lmo
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called for. Electric Service Co,
Phoue 8S Up 24th St
.on tho 2Cth day of December, 1913, at
12 o'clock, noon, of that day, in frou'
of thesouth front door of the Weber
Couuty Court House, In Weber coun
ty, I will, In obedience to said order
of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale, sell the above described proper
ty, or so much as may be necessary
to satisfy raid judgment, with interest jjV
and costs, etc, to the highest and
best bidder. 99
Dated at Ogden City. Weber coun- IflH
ty, Utah, this 3rd day 01' December, Mk
T, A DE VINE. Sheriff.
By C. ALLISON. IB
I .-i.ut Sheriff
In the District Court of Weber UK
Couuty, State of Utah. fWt
Marietta King, Plaintiff vs. II. L Hill
Christy and Fannie M. Sypher fa
Christy, his wife. Defendant H
Tho State of Utah to the said De- m
: feudant: H, L. Christy and Fannie WL
M. Syphers Christy his wife. H
You are hereby summoned to ap- .
pear within tw enty days after serv - mmi
ice of this Summons upon ou. If hHi
served within the County in whlcu pH
this action h brought; otherwise, Jg
within thirty days after service, and H
defend the above entitled action; and Kgl
in case of your failure so to do. IH
Judgment will be rendered against wl
you according to the demand of tho hn
complaint, which as been filed with 1
the Clerk of said Court I Kg
This action is brought to fore- ittda.'
close plaintiff's mortgage on land de-
scribed In complaint jjfj J
T. M'CLURE PETERS, 1
Plaintiffs Attorney fm
P O Address Kaysvillo City, Da-
via Co.. Utah. JB
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE 1 1
Consult County Clerk or the Respe
t'vs Signers tor Further
Estate of William Behrlng, De
Creditors will pn-sent Halms with III
vouchers to the undersigned at the of nM
flee of A. G. Horn. No. 2421 Wasn H
ington avenue. Ogden City. Utah, 011 l
or before April l'.i t IH 1
A. B. CAN FIELD. 1
Administrator of the Estate am
of William Behrlng, Deceased. jl
A. G HORN fl
Attorney for Administrator. uM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
j In the matter of the estate of
I George L. C. Bower, deceased. '
Creditors will present claims with H
vouchers to the undersigned at hl IflJ
olfice in the basement of the Utah '
National Bank Building, corner ot ffl
Washington avenue and Twenty- 9 ;;
fourth Streets in Ogden City, Utah, H I
on or before the 28th day of March, jM b
J. J. BRUM MITT. E
administrator of the Estate of ill f
George L. C. Bower. Deceased. 19 I
11 s. Farnsworth. Attorney, - I
Room 2 Utah National Bank building 9Kj
ESTATE OF HORACE E PEERY.
Creditors will present their clalma. Iffil
with vouchers, to the undersigned IfiV '
at the law offices of Richard & Wll- W j
lis. Suite 418 First National Bank jjHj
Building, situated at the northeast uSi
corner of tho intersection of Waab- IH
ington avenue and 24th street, in Og- 19
don City. Weber county, Utah, on or 1
before the 4th day of October. 1'14 (ajL
ELIZABETH L. PEERY, lfj.
JANIE T PEERY. Ill b
HAROLD J. PEER V ft 1 K
En 1 u tors. mm
Date of first publication December 4. II
Date of last publication December 25, !wj