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I I JUST CALL FRONTOFYOUOUSBWlTHASlll ' I 1 wei.T.s .50 i
U 1 rac. A STA&SiSARB AS3 1 Month Si.so I
IL I WILL DO THE BUSINESS :V rtSEa 1
wl r"" WANTED 1 1
n II Female Hdp j
IS I ft Liu1 .
a U EXPERIENCED girl for general
3 I housework, Apply 916 23rd. 3011
m 2 WAITRESSES, experienced. Brands
Si m Grill, Boise, Ida.., $40 per mo. Pay V6
V R of fnrc Write at onco- 2926
EXPERIENCED stenographer, porma-
1 II nent position. Glen Bros.-Roberts
H jg piano Co. 2913
55j f WANTED
Iff j, Help ,
Wt I TWO boys living north of bridge for
u&M Standard routes, wheel or horse. Ap-
S&l ply at Standard. 3030
r.ljf BOY wanted, -with wheel, 14 to 16
IgStt years, at Bramwell's. 3005
iHK WANTED AT ONCE BOY WITH
xfil HORSE FOR STANDARD ROUTE.
V MUST LIVE NEAR FIVE POINTS.
' GOOD PAY. CIRCULATION DEPT.,
J0 I tHe STANDARD. 2993
WANTED First-class stenograpner,
H w cood salary to right party. Call at
33 manager's office, D. C. H. DepL, U. P.
3 1 System, Ogden, U4ah. 2899
tS ' , ui , y1-.??
1 2-ROOM modorn apt., steam -heated.
ij Argylo.. Ph. 1008-NJ. 3025
A GOOD 7 -room houso In the railroad
. district $25. J. J. Brummltt. Phone 69.
"A : GARAGE for rent, $2.60 per month.
5 -469 22nd St. Phono 92G-W. 3006
A GOOD 6-room modern house, well
! located on Washington avenue, $20. J.
K j. Brummltt, under Utah National
V bank. 3057
G : FOR RENT, VERY CHEAP, large
jii brick building, close In; will accom
'& it modato several families. Nominal
ft' rent to right party. Apply at collec-
t lion department, First National Bank,
J Ogden. 3023
H 1 AN elegant 7-room houso with steam
MS' 1 heat, well located on the bench. $25.
- I J. J. Brummltt. Phone 59. 3067
W THREE nice, clean front rooms, with
large back room included, not adjoin -blj
W jng other rooms; fine home for small
-; family; will make low rents to porma
I' nent tenant. Come and see them. En--1
' qm're Room 2, first floor, Union block,
3IH 21th street. 301-1
jug? A FINE 8 -room -brick homo, partly
jjfiZ y furnished with hot water, situated in
nM tho best location In the city on the
; 111 ! bench. $-10. J. J. Brummltt, under
Utah National bank. 3057
' MOD. 6-rm. house, $16. Ph. 2130-J.
' ; ( 2S97
C 'J f,FIVE room house, $12. W. B. Wedell.
, ,3 IM 2856
uleWi 1 r .
m (.THREE room modern apartment, cel-
M ;lar, lawn, close in. $1800. F. A. Mc-
iGuire, 2434 Hudson. 2849
t? j WANTED ' j
M ; Situations
'l I 'NURSING, Confinement cases special
;g; Ity. 327 Twenty-second st. 3054
AN experienced woman wants work
!jjH. by the day. Ph. 1762-W. 3043
rmrt lEXPERlENCED lady stenographer
m iwants permanent position. Address A.
.JB., Standard. 3019
0$j YOUNG married man wants position
as truck driver; references. Box A. L.
q tcaro Standard. 3012
A EXPERIENCED lady bookkeeper and
Tj stenographer desires position. Phono
f Be $ JAPANESE boy, prefers small family.
,Tt Apply at 272 25th, Japanese office
M f Phone 2133 -N. W. 2730
jsh A FURNACES and chlmneya cleaned.
;Lee Peters, phone 1962. 2050
WALLPAPER furnished and hung.
'J .: ;yiler. Phono 3205. 235
1 L: LOST
' pEilALE AIRDALE, 8 mo. old. Black
ne 1O10 and tan Roard. Phone 714. 3063
as" f A WEDDING riag, engraved with
gname and May 15, 1917. Reward. Call
dBRlNDLE bull dog, with white
sweater, female. Return to 2462
n A i2PUND Bunch of six keys. Owner
ill havo same by Paying for this ad.
jJi s -6329 Grant 3047
on col i-B55p I
f.jRESSMAIONG find plain sewing.
I- 9 Grant 1917
P BUS!NES?"J "1
hJjriJCPERT accountant wants small sot
-A VDooK8 to keop in evenings. Address
' aro standard- 2861
;SB Read tbo Classified Ads.
'gm Scad the Classified Ads.
VkjP T1T"ii 1 1 11 1 1 1 1-,., ,
j FOR RENT
j Furnished i
EIGHT-ROOM modern house, partlv
furnished. Inquire 2566 Wash. 3003
MODERN 4 -room apartment, with
gas. 725 22nd. Phone 102. 3029
4 -ROOM furnished apL, 2632 Monroo.
Ph. 3261 -R. 3018
COREY Apartments, modorn and rea
sonable. 2566 Wash. Phone 2925 -W.
TWO-ROOM apartment, modern, light, i
gas, pnono. 449 26th St. 3046
TWO or three furnished rooms, 1014-J.
A FRONT room suitable for two. 313
Twenty-eighth street. 3055
NICELY furnished front room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen, 573 24th.
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
ing. $12 per month. Phono 1012-J. 3056
MOD. sleeping rooms, steam heated,
$2 to $2.50 wk. 2474 Washington.
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms for
rent 666 Twenty-fourth. 2941
LIGHT hskpg. rooms, with or without
private bath, 2210 Wash. 2919
TWO sleeping rooms close In. Rent
reasonable. Phone 3248. 2851
FURNISHED rooms at 332 Twenty
FOX apartments, 2 rooms, bath, lights,
water in kitchen. 447 21st St. 2777
THREE nicely furnished rooms, 2539
Grant. Tel. 3213. 2764
FURNISHED rooms. 333 Twenty
PEARL, Twenty-seventh and Grant
Phono 2920. 2705
SEE the now Plaza Apts. Prices from
$23.50 to $37.50 per month, including
light heat and gas. Phone 2208. 1559
HOUSES and flata. 2634 Gram. 9-18-tf
FINE baby buggy, good as now, at
half price. Phone 1209. 3033
FINE Buffet B-flat clarionet, ow
pitch, less than half price. 2874 Hud
WE havo a few more slightly used
piano' bargains to offer- at $5 per
month, no interest. Pantone, 29th and
NEW library set, 3324 Woodland.
IMPORTED cloth for men's .suits,
overcoats, pants. Mrs. O. A. White,
364 25th. 3004
GOOD Italian harp, cheap, cash or
time. 2874 Hudson Ave. 3034
ONE $700 player piano and thirty
rolls at a bargain. Phone 2681-W.
POTATOES, $1.35; onions, $2.00. Ph.
GOOD blacksmith business, tools and
supplies. Address S. Niclson, Kays
yUlo, Utah. 2871
SIX large sacks of kindling wood, $1.
J. H. Wheelwright. Phono 828. 748
JIM'S GROCETERIA 1b run like the !
poBtoffice. Small buyers get the same
price as large ones. Customers save
Vho cost of delivering, oookkeeping
and clerks. Everything in groceries is
cheaper. 183 24th Street 6-1-U
IMPORTED canaries. 2220 Lincoln
GOOD sugar beet land, plenty of
water. J. M. Forrlstall, Eccles Bltlg.
Phono 425. 2967
Iffif lTCH'W'G-and' pIcSuToc'ana
16c a yard. Fanoy buttqns. Madame
Capiau'B Gown Shop, 3rd floor Wrights.
LADlES'taUorlng.2536 Madison. 1932M
SINGLE L. H. K. room for young man
with dog. Mack Johnson, Gen. Dol.
WE can rent that vacant property.
Ogden Rental Agency, 374 25th.
Phono 69. 2988
W. N. Pierce Agency Real Estate, In
suranco, Loans, Notary. 16 Commer
cial Bank Bldg. Phone 30CV 6
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummltt 6-21-tl
REAL ESTATE, Mortnco and Loans.
Kelly & Herrlolr. 6-16-ti
R. P. HUNTER, Mortgage Loans, Real
Estate, Fire insurance. Established
1889. -til 24th St. Ogden. Utah.
Read tho Classified Ads.
FOR SALE j
j Real Estate J-
BRAND new brick and pebble dash
home, hard wood floors. $3500; cash
$200, $35 mo. 3052
TWENTY lots located a block east and
a block south of the Eccles nddition.
These lots will be sold at a great sac
rifice for $2000. J. J. Brummltt, under
Utah National bank. 3058
MASTER FLORISTS,-Hendcrshot &
Son. Phono 206. 2963
250 lots well located on the bench for.
$25 per lot $1000 cash, $1000 each
year. Interest at 6 per cent J. J. Brum
mltt. phone 59. 3058
BY OWNER, five-room modern bung- !
alow, small payment down, long time1
contract on balance. Apply 2253 En
dlon. 2908 1
21 acres best land In county for to
matoes, peas, beots or fruit; 6 acres
in bearing apples, 2 acres pasture, 14
acres for general use; good 4-room
brick house, large barn, cemented 1
cellar, well and ample water right
Ideally located for marketing crops;
close to excellent school and on one of
the main highways. Will sell on good!
terms, only $4000.00.
J. A. McCUttOUGH
Under First Natl. Bank. 2779
THE furniture in a 6-room house.' This
is elegant furniture and cost about
$1000 when new. Owing to sickness
it will be sold for $425. It is in a
brick house with steam heat which
can be rented reasonably. J. J. Brum-
mitt, under Utah National bank. 305S ,
11 ACRES, sandy loam soil, two shares
primary water, 2 -room house, 3 miles
from city hall. For a few days at $2200.
Good terms. Skeen Realty Co. 2780,
IDAHO RANCHES j
FARMS and ranches, some With cat
tle. Terms. Federal Land Co. 493 j
FIVE room house with light and water '
on a lot 43.8 feet by 165 feet, west
front, paved street, close in on Wash
ington avenue. Lot alone worth $1800.
The best Investment In Ogdon. All
for $1600. J. A. McCulloch, under First I
National Bank. 2274
A 16-room rooming house well located,
doing an elegant business, must be
sold on account of death In tho family.
This Is a rare bargain and a chance to
make some money. J. J. Brummitt,
phono 59. 305S
FOR RENT or sale on easy terms;
modern six room brick cottage with
garage, a large lot, shade and fruit
trees, locnted corner Fourth and Hud
son. Owner will vacate in about ten
days. For terms call at above ad
I WANT to buy several small tracts
close to Ogden, either with or with
out Improvements. R. G. Agee, 374
25th. Phones 69 or 683. 2989
IF you have sacks of any kind or
empty barrels call 686-W. We will
call for them. ' 2678
r WAOTED j
WANTED Country salesman for sev
eral good counties In this state to
handle our complete line of fruit trees,
shrubbery, roses, etc., booking advance
spring orders now; necessary supplies
furnished; good money for right men.
Address Idaho Nursery Company,
Weiser, Idaho. 2923
S MjoceUarieoiia j
VERY desirable office; . centrally lo
cated. Inquire J, A. Hoclo & Co.,
2408 Hudoocu Phono 832. 0-11-tf
1 Feraa J
fl imw 1 1 1 ii r r r nriifr jm-b- -iiw t - -rn i 11 p-v--
2t OR" 3b" ACRES good tomato land,
very reasonable. Inquire Goodard
Packing Co. 3036
FOR SALE OR TRADES
PLAYER PIANO, adding mchn. P.
885. Bx. 2. 3026
6000 SHARES Midlako Copper stock,
very reasonable. Phone 1209. 3038
A CULINARY MISHAP.
"Waitor, bring me two fried eggs,
some ham, a cup of ooffoo and a roll,"
said the first "commercial."
"Bring me tho same," said his
friend, "but eliminate tho eggs."
In a moment tho waiter came back,
leaned confidentally and penitently
over the table and whispered:
"We "ad" a bad accident just bofore
wo opened this mornln', sir, and the
'andlo of tho Uminator got busted off.
Will you take yer haggs fried, same as
this "ere gentleman V Tit-Bits.
FILLING A WANT.
"Do you know that fortunos are
made by selling soft drinks at base
"I'm not surprised. The fans ap
preciate and oncourago a business like
that For a nominal sum they not only
got a refreshing drink, but tho ompty
bottle serves as an Ideal missile to
throw at tho umpire." Exchange.
EB USED ".PSYCHIC
. ABOVE, MISS LAURA7 HAN
SEN; BELOW, HENRY W. PET
RIE, COMPOSER OF "ASLEEP.
IN THE DEEP.''
Hypnotic Influence" brought'to1
bear to compel her to accompany
Henry W. Petrie as his wife on
long trips around the country is
charged by Laura Hansen, 16-.
year-old Elmhurst (111.) girl.)
Petrie, composer of "Asleep in the
Deep' Is held in Chicago on
charges of abduction' while federal
officers siro investigating luither 1
FRED DALLIMORE DIES
AT LEHI RESIDENCE
SALT LAKE, Jan. 14. Fred Dalll
more, 66 years of age, father of Fred'
Dalllmore, Jr., of Tho Tribune, died
late Saturday night at Lehi, where he
had made Ills home for several years.
Mr. Dallimore is survived by two other
sons, Clarence Dallimore of Salt Lake
and Alfred of Los Angeles, three
daughters, Mrs. Martha Nollson, Mrs.
Maud Evans and Mrs. Emma Morri
son, and a sister, Mrs. George Hough
ton, all of Salt Lake. Funeral arrange
ments have not been completed.
Speak softly; it is better far
That angry words be barred.
Speak softly wheresoe'er you are
But keep on thinlcing hard.
' Washington Star.
Aetna Accident & Liability Co., Auto
and Liability Insurance. H. A. Purdy,
2377 Hudaon Avo. Phono -483.
Ogdon Stato Bank. Commercial & Sav
ings Dcpts. Reed Hotel Bldy. Phono C.
Garago, Repairs. Studebaker Agoncy.
Mack-Koblnson Co., 2-HO Grant Avenue.
Utah National Bank, Southeast corner
24th at. and Wash. Ave. Phone GL
Fresh dally from pasteurized cream.
lOo gallon at tho plant. Mutual Creamery
Co., Phone 31S.
K. Van Kampcn for upholstering; car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Ro-maklng
or mattresses. Phone S83.
R. J. SqhultE, Chiropractor. Office First
National Bank, suite 418. Office phone
2870, Rosldcnco, 1058-R. Office hours 10
to 12 and 2 to 4. 3016
rirl&.,JrABh Chiropractic Offices, 504,
505, 50C ECCLES Eldg. Only lady Chiro
practor In Ogden. 5th floor. Phono 275.
Johnson, McKcll, Thompson. Sulto 409-10-11-12-13-14
and 26, 4th floor Hudson
Bids. X-Ray Laboratory. Phono 707.
L. F. Plntler, successor to F. J. Froonor
Chiropractic Offices. 209-10-11-12-13-11-26,
Col. Hudson Bldg. Phono 31L 2D45
pnSar8-tv.Co-2731 rant Avcnuc-
Lawyor O'Connolly, over Commercial
National Bank. Phono 1L
BEST chili con carno at Greiner's, 128
25th. Phone 2883.
,fin,E.n,rravlnK Sorvlco Co.. makers
c.uls ln on or more colors, 2403
Washington Avo. Phono 463.
m rFOfaviA.TioN bureau
Furrier and Taxidermijt
Furs cleaned, remodeled ln latest stylos.
Orders taken for new furs at reasonable
prices. "Work guaranteed. T. Gajeswsky,
at Bur- Store. Phono 118.
Hides, pelts, -wool. furs. 'O. M. Run
jan. 2269 "Wall Ave.
The Only Fireproof Hotel In Ogden.
Rute3 ,5c and up. Tho New Brlgham.
Wall Ave., and 24th at.. Phono 2430.
Junk and Hides
Western HIdo & Junk Cot 2223 Wash
ington Ave. Phone S61.
Ogden Junk Ho-jsc, 2059 "Va3h. Ave,
Loose Leaf Sheets and Covers
Bookbinding. Ruling & Mfg. Stationer.
J. Wilson. 2465 Wasb. Ave. .Phono S50.
Money to Loan
Salaried people can get It without .0
curlty, others on furniture, pianos, etc
213 Hudson Bldg. Phone 871-J.
New and Second Hand Goods
A. SIner. New und Second-Hand Fur
niture, Clothing, etc., bought and sold.
Suit casos cheap. 241-243 25th Street.
Tho Amundsen Studios. Wo ploaso tho
hard to please. 2469 Washington Ave
nue. Phono 2275-R.
Physician and Surgeon
Dr. A. Fcrnlund. Office hours 11 to 4
p. m. Now Peory Bldp. Hudson Ave.
Res. Phono G46; Office Phono 1900-W.
Henry Blair, expert tuner and repair
work. Player pianos specialty. Ph. 2619-R.
Sanitary Garbage Co., nil kinds of rub
bish hauled, ash pits cleaned. Prices
reasonable. Phone 620.
Whlto Sewing Machine Co., 2255 Wash
ington Avo. Phono 2884.
Tents and Awnings
Ogden Tont and Awning Co., manufac
turers of high-grade store, office and
resident awnings. Waterproof covers,
bags, etc. Anything ln canvass. 2268
Washington Ave. Pnono 264.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4, L O.
O. F., meets second and fourth Saturday
evenings at udd Fellows" Hall. Visiting
members Invited. Mario Beck, N. G.,
Lulu Cloudman, Recording Secretary, 251G
Van Buren avenue.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Og
den Homestead No .1503 moots on ovory
Tuesday evening ln W. O. W. hull, Fra
ternity building, Washington ave: le.
Meet with us. Fred Mitchell, foreman; J.
A. Junk, correspondent, 3202 Washington
Ogdon Lodgo No. 1314, Loyal Order of
Moose meets every Wednesday night at
8 o'clock, I .O. O. F. hall. 2320 Washing
ton avenue. W. J. Wright, Dictator; J.
H. Knauss, Secretary, 301 Colonel Hud
The Woman's Benefit Association of
tho Maccabees, Silver Review No. 1,
meets tho 1st and 3rd Friday ovenlngs at
8 o'clock, and tho 2nd and 4 th Friday aft
ernoons at 2:30 o'clock In tho Woodman
hall. 2320 Wash. Ave. Visiting members
Invited. Gortrudo Weaver, L. C; L. Jen
nlo Prout, R. K., 2455 Van Buren Ave.
Tho Royal Highlanders, Ogdon Castle
525, meets In the Eagles hall on Hudson
avenuo every second and fourth Tuesday
evenings at 8 o'clock. Visiting Highland
ers cordially invited. W. W. Watts, 111
Pro., P. F. Planz, Secretary-treasurer,
2335 Lincoln avenue.
American Masonlo federation CX7nIvor
sal Scottish Rite) Ogdon Lodge No. 81
meets every Monday 8 p. m. at 363 21th
St- Janie3 Macbeth. R.W.M, 2450 Wash.
Ave. U. A. Mullcr, Secretary, 25ii2 Wash.
Ave. Visitors always wcicorao.
Royal Neighbors of America meet3
every second and fourth Monday nights
of each month at 8 o'clock at tho new
Odd Follows' hall, Fraternity building.
Visiting neighbors Invited. Mary Craw
ford, Oracle, 2676 Lafayette. Nettio Tur
ner, Recorder, 2643 Van Buren.
Masonic: Queen Esther Chapter No. 4,
O. id. S., regular meotings held at Mason
ic hall on Washington Avo., betweon 25th
and 26th Sis., the first and third Fridays
of each month. Sojourning members cor
dially invited lu attend. Edna M.
Hamlll, W. M., Linda L. Invln, Secre
tary. Woodmen of tho World, Weber Camp
No. 74, meets ln tho W. O. W. hall, Fra
ternity block, 2320 Washington avenue,
every Thursday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited to
attend. C. L. Nelson, C. C, Wm Muller
P. O. Box 48S.
Fraternal Order of Eaglos, Ogden Aerlo
No 118, meets every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock at Eagles' Home, 2431 Grant
Ave. Visiting brother Eagles are invited
to attend tho meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Adam Farbor, W. President:
Earl Gelgor, Secretary; .Dr. Roinhold
IGinzler. Aerlo Physician.
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modorn Woodmen
of America, meets cvoi-y Wednesday
night in tho Hurst hall, 2139 Hudson
Ave. Ont of town inombora cordially
Invited to moot with us. Fred E. Wil
liams, consul; J. R. Hlnchcllff. Clork.
Ogdon Lodgo No. 55 Independent Order
of Odd Follows, meets ln I. O. O. F. hall
every Tuesday evening. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to be present. H. P.'
Peterson, N. G.; Honry Klssell, Secre
tary. Tho Ordor of Railway Employes, Ogden
Division No. 41, moots ovory first and
third Fridays of each month at tho
Eagles' hall, at 8:15 p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited. Adrian Sehippor.
Ogden Lodge No. 2 Knights of Pythias
meets evory Monday ovonlng at 8 o'clock
ln Custlo Hall of tho Pythian building,
2351 Grant avenue. Visiting Knights wel
come. Fred Melssner, C. C.; w. L. Under-wood,
K. of R. S.; Jamos McCamunt,
2336 Washington Ave.. M of F.
Neighbors of Woodcraft .Ogcton Circle
No. 581, meets tho l3t and 3rd Wednes
day ovonlng of each month, ut 8 o'clock
in tho now Woodmen hall. Visiting
neighbors Invited. Sarah Ranson, G- N.,
145 Wost Patterson Ave., Phono 1235-R.
Mario Critos, Clerk. 2731 Monroo Avo.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLD
ERS' MEETING OF THE OREGON
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Oregon Lumber Com
pany will be held at the office of said
corporation, No. G21 David Eccles
building, in Ogden City, Weber coun
ty, stato of Utah, on Monday, the 2$th
day of January, 191S, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., for the purpose of electing
directors, and for the transaction of
such other business as may be
brought before said meeting.
At said meeting there will be sub-,
mitted a proposition to amend tho!
Articles of Incorporation of the Ore
gon Lumber Company, in conformity
with a' resolution which will be sub
mitted to the stockholders and will be
in the form following, towlt:
"Whereas, the capital stock of the
Oregon Lumber Comany, as provided
by Article 5 of the Articles of Incor
poration of said company, as hereto
fore amended on the 14th day of June,
190-1, is One Million (51,000,000) Dol
lars, divided into Ton Thousand (10,
000) shares, of tho par value of One
Hundred (?100.00) . Dollars each, of
which Nino Thousand Nine Hundred
and Eighty-sbc (993G) shares have
been issued and are outstanding, upon
which the full par value thereof has
beon paid in; and,
"Whereas, for the duo carrying out
of tho objects of tho company it is
deemed expedient that said capital
stock should be increased to tho sum
of Five Million ($5,000,000) Dollars,
divided into Fifty Thousand (50.000)
shares of the par value of One Hun
dred (100.00) Dollars each,
iNow, xneretore, ue it Resolved, as
"That the capital stock of Oregon
Lumber Company be increased from
Ono Million ($1,000,000) Dollars, Its
present capital stock, to Five Million
($5000,000) Dollars, divided into Fifty
Thousand (50,000) shares of the par
value of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol
lars each; and,
"Eo It Further Resolved, that Arti
cle 5 of tho Articles of Incorporation
as heretofore amended on the 14th day
of June, 1904, be, and the same is
hereby repealed, and tho following
article to be known as 'Article 5,' be,
and the same Is hereby adopted in llpu
" 'The authorized amount of the
capital stock of this corporation shall
be Five Million ($5,000,000) Dollars,
divided into Fifty Thousand (50,000)
shares, of tho par value of Ono Hun
dred ($100.00) Dollars each.'
"And, Bo It Further Resolvod, that
the president or any vice president,
and the secretary or the assistant sec
retary of said company, be instructed
to file a certificate of such increase
and amendment as reauired by law."
Dated at Ogden, Utah, this 7th day
of January, 1918.
CHARLES T. EARLEY,
Date of first publication, January 7,
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Ogden Bench Canal & Water com
pany will be held at the city hall, on
Monday, January 14, 1918, at 8 p. m.,
for the purpose of hearing tho finan
cial report of the secretary and treas
urer for tho year 1917, and for the
election of seven directors to serve for
DORIS KEiNE "WEDS7 ,
favorite, has just become the brido
of Basil Sydney, ah English actor
The marriage took place, in Lon-,
"I understand the lady magician
gave her admirer tho mitten."
"Yes, but it was all ln her business
a sort of slight of hand perform
ance." Baltimore American.
OR MAYBE A DENT 1ST.
"Do you think women are fitted for
the medical profession?"
"My wifo ought to mako a wonder
ful osteopath. She certainly can rub
lit into me."
tho ensuing two years, and for tho jH
transaction of such other business aa
may properly come before the meeting.
A. D. CHAMBERS, Sec'y.
Dated Ogden, Utah, Dec. 29, 1917. ' IH
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Weber, Og
den City, ss.
I havo in my possession tho follow
ing described estray animals, which
If not claimed and taken away, will bo
sold to the highest cash bidder, at 1848
Washington avenue, ln Ogdon City, on
Monday, the 21st day of January, 1918,
at the hour of 1:30 p. m.:
One dark brown horse, white spots IH
on black, shoes on; about ten years wjM
old; weight about 950 pounds. WM
Said estray was taken up by me ln
-said city on tho 8th day of January,
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