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S! . IIIB EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. 3 H
fJI LEGAL
$W j SINGLE GOLD STANDARD mFnTng
? AND MILLING COMPANY,
i Location of Principal Place of Busl
t$M .. ncss, Ogden, Utah.
M X NOTICE. . .JJ ,.
III -l There are delinquent upon thefol-
j i owlnj. described stock, on account
"4 of assessment levied on the 17th day
Wtf ; of July, 1911, known as Assessment
A Noi 3, the several amounts set op
h noslte the names of the respective
wAy holders, as follows:
MT :' Name. No. No.
iM ; Cert-Shares. Amt.
jj L- J. E. Randall - 8 20,000 ?S0.00
jSI D. E. Randall 12 3,000 - 12.00
?S j N- H. Barker 13 10.000 40 00
V- ; .Tames Walter Randall 15 1,500 . COO
'.& f Lewis Alfred Randall 10 1,500 G.OO
-J N H. Barker 17 5,000 20.00
Sin? Charles Pcttlsrew .. 19 3,000 12.00
19 1 Amelia Pottigrew ... 20 3.000 12.00
im 1 C E. Stains ., 23 1.000. 4.00
;' Albern Allen' 25 1,000 4.00
gP r Clarence Barker ... 34 7.000 2S.00
JM ; H. J. Randall 35 3,000 12.00
Uil " J. M. Forrlstall 37 5,000 20 00
L. Adrian Farr 38 500 2.00
Thomas Tumor 39 1,000 4.00
A. A Sumner 40 1,000 - 4.00
A. S. Condon 43 2,000 8.00
Ezra Chase 44 1,000 4.00
Tlrzah McMillan ... 45 1,000 4.-00
Clara Chase '46 1,000. 4.00
Thomas C. IverBOn . 51 500 2.00
1 H. .1. Powers G6 1,000 4.00
ia : Amanda M, Chase . . .7 500 2.00
&: Amanda M. ChaBO . . 68 500 2.00
"iitt j Amanda M. Chaso ' . . 69 500 2.00
1 Amanda M, Chaso .. 70 500 2.00
' Julia G. Moore 76 5,000 20.00
'j Besslo Rasmussen . . 77 1,000 4.C0
3llV ! NelUe Moore 78 1,000 4.00
' i Newman H. Barker . 80 10,000 40.00
bjSj ': F.S.Miller 85 1,000. 4-00
ju5 Carl Hallstrom . .,, 86 1,000 4'00'
SQ , Fred C. Barker ,...'. 91 500 2.00
J J. Stanley Dee 9S 625 2.50
m 5 John W Grow 101 5,000 20.00
Mi D, F Hart 102 5,000 20.00
ST Ethel Jones 107 1,500 6 00
5 f Jennie Mooro Harrop 113 1,000 4 00
jg J Caleb Parry IIS 2,000 S.00
U i Mrs. A. D Cowan ..124 1,000 4.00
Parley L. Smout ..129 2,500 10 00
j ' ' Mathlas GIUIs .133 1,000 4.00
jj W. H Stone 141 3,500 14.00
I Roy N Rasmussen ..149 1.000 4.00
!" 1 Charles Swenson ..150 1,000 4.00
I F. W Chambers 151 1,000 4.00
I Wm, Glasmann ......152 1,000 4 00
I Rachel E. Jones .U..156 6,000 24.00
. S. S Munson 157 135 .51
I J. S Gordon 162 750 3.00
I J. S. Gordon . .......163 30P 1.20
Chas Slater 166 6C0 2.40
David S Tracy 16S 3,000 12.00
1 David S. Tracy ...... 171 4,000 16.00
Caleb Parry 173 1.000 4.00
I Caleb Parry 174 1.000 4.00
I Thomas S. Fe-eny ...177 3.500 14 00
'. N. H. Barker ..181 1,000 4.00
,fr N. H. Barker 182 1,000 4.00
f T. S. Feeney 192 600 2.40
W O. Jones . ..;.. 194 1.000 4.00
l Charles J Call . ...195 2,000 8.00
I Charles J Call 196 1.000 4.00
ON George B. Barker ...200 5.000 20 00
j;: Georse B Barker ...201 5;000 20 00
. ij Georce B. Barker ...205 11.200 44.80
g;: W H. Stone 20G 3.500 14.00
18 ) WO Jones 209 5,000 20 00
I? J! D W Chase 211 2S.900 115.60
4? j, Rov N Rasmussen ..212 2,000 S.00
M E. C Rasmussen. ...213 1,000 4.00
"'' John L. Flygare 214 400 1C0
Jii : Jesse J. Driver .-.. ...218 500 2.00
tfi'' J S. Gordon 225 5,000 20.00
' Frank Garr . 227 600 2.00
p; W L Wigeins 231 1,000 .4.00
fc:: Dr. J W. PidcDcxk ..233 1,000 4.00
,&-;' Chris Aadnesea 234 1,000 4.00
,i Geo. B. Barker 235 20,000 S0.00
;5 Geo. B. Barker .w.,.236 3.000 12.00
tfi E. A. Kirk 237 3.000 20.00
U E. A Kirk 23S 5,000 20.00
al E. A. Kirk ..,..239 5,000 20.00
5 I FA Kirk .....240 1,000 4 00
&' E. A. Kirk 241 1,000 4.00
j j E A Kirk 242 1,000 4 00
a J E, A Kirk 243 1,000 4 00
1 W , W Kennedy 224 2,000 S.00
J I U W Kennedy 223 2.000 8.00
SI W.W.Kennedy ....222 2,000 S.00
j&I W. W Kennedy 221 2,000 8 00
W W Kennedy 220 2,000 8 00
Vf W. W. Kennedy 161 500 2.00
ji I W W. Kennedv 160 1,000 4.00
41 W. W. Kennedy ..159 1,000 4.00
I -f And in acordance with law nnd an
i T order of the Board of Directors, made
H 'j on the 17th day of July, 1911, so many
'-! shares of each parcel of such stock as
J ma- be necessary, will be sold at the
i office of the Secretary of said Cora
I pany, nunjbGr 407, Ecoles Building,
I . Ogden City, Utah, on the 9th day of
X I September, 1911, at the hour of 4
o'clock, P M., to pay delinquent as-
rtj k sessments thereon, together with the
I ' cost of advertising and expense of
j-. 1 the sale.
J J GEORGE HAJ-.EB30T, Secretary,
K k No 407 Eccles Building, Ogdpn. Utah.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
ANNUAL MEETING,
;' 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Union Pacific Railroad
i company will be held at Its office at
sjj , Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday, Oc-
-3 ' tober 10, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon, for
the purpose of electing fifteen direct-
1 ors of the company, and of-transacting
I such other business as may legally
come before the meeting.
I For the purposes of the meeting,
the books for tho transfer of stock
; (both preferred and common) will be
k closed at 3 o'clock p. m.. on Monday,
,j! I September 11, 1911, and will be r'e-
.1 opened at 10 o'clock a. m. on Wednes.
11 day, October 13, 1911.
j ALEX. MILLwVR,
i Secretary
Dated August 25, 1911.
I "
1 PROBATE AND
I GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES.
5 If
- I Consult County Clerk or tho Respe
: tlvo Signers for Further
I ' Information.
I I NOTICE TO CREDITOR-.
tt , , In the District Court of the Second
m Judicial District of the State of Utah,
9 J In and for the County of Weber.
B I In the matter of the estate of Isaac
J ' Wr. Donmeyer, Deceased.
II Creditors will present claims with
i vouchers, to the undersigned at the
I office of C. R. HollingBWorth, room
; No. 303 Eccles Building, In Ogden
I City, Weber County, State of Utah,
j I on or before Decemlnjr 15, 1911.
k1 Administratrix with the Will Annexed
JA ' of tho EBtate of Isaac W. Don-
m if meyer, Deceased.
I f Dated Ogden Cltj-, Utah, August 12,
1 1911. N C. TRUCKEY,
!j C. R. HOLLINGSWORTH,
M f Attorney for Administratrix With the
1 Will Annexed.
I "FirBt publication August 12, 1911.
W I Last publication September 9, 1911.-
1 1 OGDEN TURF EXCHAHQE 1
i . I 826 25th street. I
' 1 Wires to all tracks on all B
m 1 Sporting Events. I
I
'
LEGAL.
. .
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
Tho undersigned offers for sale the
, 6tock of goods and fixtures of Shon
5 feld & Molof, known as the Goldon
Eagle operating a ladies' and gents'
furnishing and clothing store at 2279
Washington avenue, Ogden, Utah, to
gether with the good will of the busi
ness and lease on the premises. The
lease on the store, premises has about
4 1-2 years to run at a monthly rental
of $110.00 per month, and can he
transferred to the purchaser under
the same terms and conditions as
the present lease now carries.
The following goods are offered:
Shoes $1,12 60
Clothing , 1.S82.60
Shirts and Underwear . . 745.29
Gloves and Hats 528.38
Gents' Furnishings 732.65
Ladles' Furnishings .... 1,993.55
Suit Cases SS.10
Notions 104.73
Fixtures 1,986.50
An Inventory in detail can be had
and the stock Inspected by calling
on the undersigned or on Mr. Arthur
Kuhn of A. Kuhn & Bro., Ogden, Utah.
Bids for the above will be received
until 11 a. m., Tuesday, Sept 5th. at
the office of the undersigned, 902 Bos
ton Bldg., Salt Lake City. Utah. Bids
must be accompanied by a certified
check or current funds for 1U per cent
of the amount offered which will be
returned It the bid is not accepted
The right is reserved to reject anv
and all bids. TILE UTAH ASSOCIA
TION OF CREDIT MEN."
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will bn received
by the Board of Trustees of Coalvlllo
School District No. 2, at Its office
at Coalville. Summit County, Utah,
until 3 p. m., Friday, September Sth,
1911, for the Installation of a heating
and ventilating system for school
building.
Plans and specifications may be
hRd at the office of the Board of
School Trustees Coalville, Utah, or at
tho office of J. E. Allen, ( architect,
Knight Block, Provo. Utah, by depos
iting a check of $15.00 for the return
of plans, said check to be made pay
able to the Board of School Trustees.
Proposals will be received for dif
ferent systems of heating and ventila
tion, but must be a system which will
not change the general plan or layout
of the building.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check for 5 per cent of the
amount of the proposal, made payable
to the Board of School Trustees of
Coalville School District No. 2, as a
guarantee that the accepted bidder
will enter Into contract and give an
approved bond within one week after
said contract is awarded, otherwise
the amount to be forfeited to said
district
The board will meet at their office
at the above date and publicly open
and read all proposals.
The right Is reserved to reject any
ana all bids
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF COAL
VILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2.
Wm. J. Wright, Clerk.
Dated August 11th, 1911.
CALL FOR BIDS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
sealed bids will be received In the of
fice of the Village Clerk, of the village
of Oakley, at Oakley, Cassia county,
Idjfho, up to and including Saturday,
September 9, 1911. until 6 o'clock p. m.
for tho construction of SS,72l square
feet of cement sidewalk and crossings
on the streets and avenues of the sal 1
a Illage of Oakley, as designated in or
dinance No. .
The said sidewalks must be con
structed of clean, sharp sand and
gravel and of Portland cement, the
plans and specifications for which arc
on file in the office of the Village En
gineer AH bids must be submitted on the
regulation form, copies of which can
be procured from the Village Engi
neer, and be accompanied by a certi
fied check in the sum of three hundred
dollars as a guaranty that the bidder,
if successful, will accept the award
and enter into a contract All checks
will be held for a period of thirty days
after bids are opened.
The Board of Trustees reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Bids will be opened in the meeting
of the Board of Trustees, to be held
at their office In the village of Oakley,
on the 9th day of September 1911, at
8 o'clock p. m.
Dated at Oakley, this 23d day of Au
gust, 1911.
JOHN O LOWE.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
C. G. LARSON.
Village Clerk.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the Municipal Court within and
for the City of Ogden, County of
Weber, State of Utah.
Before Hon. J. D. Murphy, Munici
pal Judge and Ex-Offlclo Justice of the
Peace.
F. R. Watkins, Plaintiff vs. M. J.
Swerdfegcr, Defendant
The State of Utah, to said Defend
ant: You are hereby summoned to ap
penr before the above entitled Court
within ten C10) days after service ot
this summons upon you, if served
within the county in which this action
Is brought, otherwise within twenty
(20) days after this service, and de
fend the above entitled action; in case
of your failure to do so, Judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of tho complaint in said
action which was filed in said Court
on the twelfth day of August, A. D.,
1910.
This action is brought to recover
judgment agninst tho defendant In the
sum of $57.85 for merchandise sold
and delivered by plaintiff to defend
ant, within four years prior to August
12th, 1910, at OpW City, Utah, at the
request of defendant, together with
Interest and costs of suit.
To the Sheriff or Constable of We
ber County, Utah, greeting:
Make legal service and due return
hereof.
Witness Hon. J. D Murphy, Judge
of said Court, with the seal thereof,
this 17th day of May, 1911.
(SEAL). I. N. FULTON, Clerk.
C. R. Hollingsworth, Attorney for
Plaintiff,
iVIeiioa Cafe
322 Twenty-fifth St
Special Dinner 25
Lunch from -1 . m. to 4 p. m.
Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
Lee, Foon & Tom. Managers.
u
- PRATEPNAL SOCIETIES.
ROYAL ARCANUM.
Fraternal beneficiary order. Insures
men at low rates. Reserve fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain
Council, No. 637, convenes second and
fourth Thursdays at I. O, O F. Hall.
,R. S. WOTHERSPOON, -Regent.
J. W. WOTHERSPOON, Collector
GEO. B. ROBERTS, Secretary.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN
OGDEN Homestead No, 1505 meete at
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
Hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
Invited to meet with us. W S. O'Brien,
Foreman, 2S33 Gramercy Ave. O. EL
Williams, 2214 Jackson Ave.. Corres
pondent. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA,
Excelsior Camp, No. 3240, meets ev
ery second and fourth Monday even
Ingof each month at the Eagles' Hall.
Visiting members cordially Invited
INDIA SAWYER. Oracle.
191S Jackson Ave.
LILLIAN NEWTON,
Recorder. Room 31, Lewis Block
MASONIC.
Queen Esther Chapter, No. 4, O. E
S. Resular meetings held at Masonic
Han on Washington avenuo between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-slxth streets,
the first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to attend.
MRS. IIARY H. ST.EENSV, W. M.
MRS CALLIE CAVE. Sec'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge, No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castle hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
ovening. All K. of P.'s requested to
meet with ub.
L. E. SO.MERVTLLE, C. C.
W. G. KIND, M of E.
W. L. UNDERWOOD,
K. of R. & S.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division, No. 124, O R C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2-30 p m., in K. of P Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th street
All brothers are cordially Invited to
attend.
GEO. ALLEN, C C.
D. L. BOYLE, ,S' and T.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Weber Camp No, 74, meets In K. of
P. Hall in the Utah National Bank
Bldg, every Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend.
B. VAN DER SCHUIT, C. C.
E. AUTh. Clerk, First Na
tional Bank Bldg.
IMPROVED ORDER OP RED MEN.
Improved Order of Redmen. Hia
watha Tribe, No. 3, meets in Eagles'
Hall, every first and third Monday
evenings, at 8:00 p. va. Visiting chiefs
cordially invited.
J. G. CASEY, Sachem.
E. R. GEIGER, C. of R,
A. B. WRIGHT. C. of W.
ODD FELLOWS.
Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or
der of dd Fellows, meets In I, 0. O.
F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to be
present
T. W. JONES. Noble Grand.
HENRY KISSEL, Secretary.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O, F. "meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Visiting members invited.
AMANDA JENKINS, N. G.
KATE HOWE, Roc. Sec.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Cir
cle, 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock. K. of P. Hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
bo paid toDr, Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
57.58 Lewis block.
ELIZA PIGGOTT, G. N.
348 Twenty-eighth St
MARIE CRITES, Clerk,
2731 Monroe Ave.
Sego Lily Circle, No. 174, meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights at 7:30, in I. O. O. F. Hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
KATE URRY, 2958 Jeff.
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk.
Bell Phono 1241-Y.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ogden
Aerlo, No 118, F. O. E , meeU every
Wednesday evening at Eagle Hall,
east of the Reed Hotel, at 8 p. ra.
Visiting brother Eagles are Invited to
attend tho Aerie meetings.
GEO. C. WESSLER. W. President.
E, R. GEIGER, Secretary
Dr. N. M. ESTES, Aorle Physician.
B. P. O. ELKS.
B. F. O Elks, Ogden Lodge. No 719,
lodge and club rooms second floor
2416 Washiugton avenue. Regular
meetings every Tuesday evening.
GEORGE GLEN, Exalted Ruler.
C. O DeWQLF. Secretary.
I CRIPPLED SEoii
SPECIALIST
No mutter what they look like,
you Tvill get them back new
I In 15 minutes.
OGDEN SHOE
REPAIR FACTOR?
333 24xh 3treefc. J
LEGAL.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of Weber
county, state of Utah.
Clara A. Slier, Plaintiff, vs. Charles
J. Slier, Defendant.
The State of Utah to said Dofenfl
aut: You arc hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty daj6 after the ser
vice of this summons upon you, If
served within th,e County In which this
action is brought, otherwise, within
thirty days after service and defend
' the above entitled action; and in case
of your failure so to do, Judgment will
be rendered against you according 10
the' demand of tho complaint, which
has been filed with the Clerk of said
Court. This action 16 brought to re
cover a judgment dissolving the bonds
.of matrimony heretofore existing be
tween the plaintiff and the defend
ant C. R. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
P. O. Address, 302 Eccles Building.
Ogden Utah,.
SALT LAKE & OWl
ELECTRIC RAILWAY -
Time Table effective Aug 20, 1911.
Trains leave Ogden.
6:10 a. m, 7:30 a. m., 9:00 a. m
10:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m. 12:00 m., 1:00
p. m, 2:00 p. m.( 3:00 p. m. 400
p. m., 5-00 p. m., 6:00 p. m., 7:00
p. m 8:00 p m 9:00 p. m., 10:30
p. m.. 11:45 p. 3J.
Call "Bamberger Express," Bell
158C, Ind 2000, for quick and careful
service.
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
Leavo Ogden Union Depot.
Twelve Trains Each Way Dally.
6:25 a. m. 7:30 a. ra., 9: Co a. ra
10:30 a. m., 12.00 noon, 3. -30 p. m.,
3:00 p. m., 4:9 p. m 6:00 p. m.,
7:C0 p. za.. 9:00 p. m., 10:15 p. m-' O.
R. T. Depot 31:30 p. m.
Cars ieavo Brigham came time aa
above, with tho except'on of last
trip, which iff" 10;30 p. m.
J. w. baileV. supt.
CANYON CAR SCHEDULE.
Effective Aug. 28th, 1911.
" Leave the Union Depot at 7:00 a.
m. and every forty minutes there
after until 9.40 p. m.
Leave the Hermitage at 6:55, 7:40
and every forty minutes thereafter un
til 10 20 p. m.
UNION DEPOT
TIME CARD
EFFECTIVE JULY 16, 1911.
iMouctain Tlnio.)
UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO.
No. Eabtbound. Depart.
HOiMall ajd Express I 6:30 a.m.
10 Fast .Mall i 8:35 a.m.
2iOverlaJid Limited j 1:05 p.m.
SJLod Angeles Limited., 1.15 p. in.
4 Atlantic. Express 6:50 p.m.
No. Westbound. Arrive.
5 California Express 6 30 a.m.
9 Fast Mail 11:17 a.m.
6 Local Passenger 11:20 a.m.
x Ovoriand Limited 1:59 p.m.
7 Los Angeles Limited ... 3.35 p m.
OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. Co.
No. North of Ogden. Depart.
lPoitland Express 2:15 a.m.
131 Ogden-Malad Motor... 8:25 a.m.
13 Iddiio Espreaa 9;15 a.m,
3 Butte and Portland Exp 4:00 pm.
11 Cache Val.-MaJad Pans) 5:25 p.m
35 Yellowstone Special ... y-20 p.m
No. Nortb- ol Ogden. Arrive.
16 Yellowstone Special ... 6:15 a.m.
2 Butte Express 9:15 a.m.
12 Salt Lake-Malad Paaa.. 10:20 a.m.
4 Salt Lako Special 3:35 p.m.
132 -Ogen-Malad Motor .. 4:40 p.m.
14 Utah Express 8:55 p.m.
No. South of Ogdon. Depart.
16 Yellowstone Special ... 6:45 a.m.
20 Local, Salt Lake 7:05 a.m.
22 Flyer 8:30 a.m.
2JSalt Lake Express .... 9:30 p.m.
12Cache Valley Exprsa. . 10:30 a ra.
24 Local .. .... 11:40 a.m.
32 Local 1:05 p.m.
24 Local 2:15 p.m.
8 Los Angeles Limited .. 3:50 p.m.
4 Salt Lako Special 3.55 p.m.
36 Pacific Express, local.. 5:50 p m.
14 Utah Express 9:05 p.m.
No. South of Ogden. Arrive.
1 Butto and Portland Ex 12:50 a.m.
19 Atlantic Express .... 8:10 a.m.
13 Idaho Express 9:00 am.
21 Salt Lake Local 11:05 a.m.
23 Local 12:45 p.m.
7 Los Angeles Limited .. 12:54 p m.
31 Local . ...f 2:05pm.
3 Butte and Portland Ex. 3:45 p m.
11 Cacho Valley ExproBS.. 6:20 p.m.
33 Local 6:30 p.m.
ESlFIyer 6:45 pm
15JYellow3tone Spoclal ... 8:10 p.m
DENVER &. RIO GRANDE R. R.
No. DoparL
6 Express for the East.. 7:00 a.m.
10 To Salt Lako 9:00 a.m
12 Salt Lake Passenger.. 1:15 p.m.
2 Atlantic Limited, east. 3:00 p.m.
4 Atlantic Express, east.. 6:00 p.m.
No. Arrive.
SlOgdcn Passenger 11:25 a.m.
3 Express from the East. 2.00 am.
llUmlted from tho East.l 1:45 p.m.
5Chlcago Ex. from East.l 3:50 p.m
llLocal from Sanpeto .. 7:10 p.m.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
No. Westbound. Depart.
3Pacific Express l 7;io mm.
9 Fast Mall 11:57 am,
lKDverland limited ,2:15 pm
5Paciflc Express j 4:20 p.m.
No. From WosL Arrive
6Atlantlc Express 6:20 a.m.
10Fast Mall 6.30 a.m.
2Overland Limited 12:50 p.m
4jAtlantIc Express 5:35 p m.
Dally Except Sunday.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
OFvDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nedl, No. 121S, Order of
Owls, meets every Thursdayevenlng
In Eagles' Hall, east of Reed hotel,
at S o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls
are invited to attend the Nest meet
ings. JAS. E. JENSEN, President.
T. S. SHAUGHNESSY.
Secretary, 451 25th
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hive No. 1, L. O. T. M. meets
every Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock in Eagle Hall. 427 25th St.
Visiting members aro cordially invit
ed to attend.
MRS. ALMA LUDDINCTON. L C
MISS L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS.
The Royal Highlanders meet tho
first and third Mondays at Union La
bor hall, 363 24th St. Visiting mem
bcrs cordially invited.
DAYREL D. SMITH, I P.
ALICE COLLINS, Sec. and Treas,
MODERN. WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Utah Camp, No. 9990, meets ovory
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, at Eagles'
Hall. 25th St. Visiting members in
vited to meet with uS.
CARL C. RASMUSSEN, CounseL
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. T
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY
TRAINMEN.
Ogdon Lodge No. 68, meets every
Wednesday Eve., at 7:30 at Odd Fel
lows' Hall, No. 241 G Washington Ave.
O. M. DAVIDSON, President
N. C. FREEMAN, Secretary,
2842 PIngree Ave. -',
6-S-tf
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
Loyal Order of Moose, Ogden Lodge,
No. 311, meets ovcry Friday ovoulng
at 8:00 p. in.. Eagles' Hall.
JOS. CHEZ, D.
P. A. KOHN, T
W. E. ARCHIBALD, Secre
tary pro torn
Ogden Business Directory
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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
R. S. FARNSWORTH. Attoraoy-at-'Law;
314 and 315 Ecclee Building.
CIVIL ENGINEER.
WASHINGTON JENKINS, Civil En
gineer, 336 4th street. 8-24-lmo
I FIRE PLACE REPAIRS
A. A. RICHTER, fire place repairs,
mantels, grates and tile floors. 322
24th st. Bell 'Phone 67N. 9-2-lm
B JiraK
OGDEN JUNK HO'"3E If you ha j
any kind of junk, phone us up; we
will call for It. Bell nhone. 325-K;
Ind. 725.
FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone
Jacobsoru Bell 626-Z; Ind. 3693-D
11-16-22
" MUSIC
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND.
Music furnished for all occasion
Ind. 1134-3724-A, Bell 1205. 7-1-tf
PIANO TtJNLNG r
l !ANO TUNING Write or phone A.
H Grose. Broom Hotel for artistic
piano tuning and repairing. Saticfac
tion guaranteed. 21 yrs in Utah. 1-12-tf
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery bldg., Hudson ave. Ind.
515. Residence Ind. 5G3. 646 Wa3h
ave. 6-11-tf
SANITARY WORK '
PIONEER SCAVENGER, Nels Mc-Cart;-,
'.xty years in Ogden and
still cleaning .va ds, cesspools or
grease traps and vaults. Clean yards
by the week or month. Bell phone
324-Z. 272S Grant Ave., Ogden, Utah.
SECOND HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suit
cases cheap. A. Siar. Bell phone 1321
119 1-2 Twenty-fifth street 7 Myr
TRANSFER COMPANIES
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN SL
atorage Co., moving vaps, all kinds
transfer work; pianos a specialty Of
fice 228 1-2 25th t. Phones 2C3.
UMBRELLA REPAYING.
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered
Ind 433,'Bell 571-X. 7-5-tf
FOR SALEKEAL ESTATE
4-ROOM hew brick; oargaln, owner
leaving city. 2301 Wash. R, Chrlst-
enBen. 8-30-tf
A G-ROOM house, Nob Hill; cheap.
1617 Robinson Ave. S-24-lmo
MODERN brick dwelling. S rooms.
Frame dwelling, 7 rooms. Five
room cottage on the installment plan.
Rooming house, good location. Irrigat
ed lands In California. Fruit land on
the Sandrldgc. Good second-hand
surry. Second-hand buggy and runa
bout. J. C Nye. 7-25-tf
5-ROOM house. Bargain, 3S0 25th.
8-lMmo
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE.
PRIVATE rooming house for sale.
449 2Cth 8-22-1 mo
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to loan on v.-atches. dia
monds, jewelry. firearms, etc.
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1SS5. The Money Lenders of Ogden;
278 25th St C. H. Smith. Prop.
9-4-lyr
MORTGAGE LLANS on improved
farm or city property HUNTER .
KENNEDY. 211 Krat Vational Bldg
5-12-tf
AGENTS WANTED"
1000 ACRES in nursery. Not only
the biggest, but the best organized
and equipped in the United States.
A contract with us means a business
training In addition to large commis
sions earned and cash advanced
weekly. Previous experience not
necessary. Write now for contract
Oregon Nuiscry company, Orenco,
Orogon. 8-15-lmo
rmrrvm i nr-niin i , m mm
FOR RENT.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
SYLMAR First-class board and
rooms, 2526 Adams. Ind. 35G; Bell
100SY. 9-2-1 wk
BOARD and rooms, reasonable. 2G70
Monroe ave. 9-2-lwk
BOARD and room, one block from
High school. 2G14 Monroe. S-31-lwk
BOARD and room In private family.
54$ 23rd. S-30-lwk
MELROSE, board, rooms. 2G39 Jeffer
son. 8-29-lt
I POPLAR HEIGHTS, 437 24th St.'
t. , 8-7-1 mo
ROOMS AND BOARD. 2333 Adams
P-irrt
LOST.
Between Ogden and Huntsville.
Friday, the 25th of August, one
21-jewej open facu nickel case watch.
Return to W. A. Ramshawr Mountain
States Telephone & Tel. Co. 9-2lwk
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KELP vVANTJSD.
FEMALE.
WANTED Housekeeper; 2 in family.
459 20th st. 9-4-lwk
WANTED Girl or woman for kitchen
work at State School for the Deaf.
9-4-af
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia.
9-2-2wka
EXPERIENCED girl or housekeeper
in small family. Apply 2124 Monroe
ave. 9-2-lwk
GOOD girl for housework. First-class
wages. 574 24th. 9-1-lwk
SITUATION" v ANTED"
FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED lady stenographer G,
B. W. 2, care Standard. 9-4-lwk
SITUATION as housekeeper or work
by day. Apply 2165 Adams. 8-29-lwk
WANTED :
MALE OR FEMALE.
GOOD girl or Japanese boy for houso
work. 52C 25th St. 8-31-lwk
SiTUATIONSWANTED"
MALE.
EXPERIENCED Japanese wants posi
tlon as cook. P, O Box 30 9-2-lwk
b'OR SiiLiJ wiiSuiJLijAiNOuS
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow. Bel!
Phono. 1365Y. 9-4-lwk
FRESH milk, low. G. J. Si'sman, 139
22d. 9-2-lwk
CARPETS and rugs, large bookcase,
all kinds of furniture must be sold
at once. 404 2Cth St. 8-25-lwk
JERSEY cowe.John Dabb, ind. 3602 A.
S-19-lmo
ONE PAIR or small horses. I. L.
Clark Co.. 8-lS-tf
ALL KINDS of Furniture, Hardware,
tools, clothing. Must be sold at
once, Forced to move. 2227 Wash.
Ind. 359. 8-14-1 Mo.
BARGAINS Furniture, tools, hard
ware, etc., cheap. Place must he va
cated at once. 2227 Wash. Ind. 359.
NEARLY new Mosler Safe, very
cheap. Spiker Grocery Co, 242U
Wash Ave. 8-9-tI
SIX PIANOS cheap. C. II. Stiatford
& Co., 371 23rd. 929-Y. S-7-lmo
GAS ENGINE chear, 2 to 3 torsepow
er. Inquire between 10 a. m. and 3
p. m., Press Room, Standard build
ing. 7-1-tf
PASSENGER ELEVATOR CAGE
cheap for cosh at the Standard of
fice. 7-1-tf
COPYING MACHINE FOR SAL.E A
second-hand, neostyle used less
than a dozen tlme, In Crst-clas or
der for sale. Printing ofllce -has no
use for copying machine Inquire at
tli ?tandird nfflre. 6-6 tf
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS"
FAMILY washing, by M H. Robinson,
343 Ninth st ; curtains done up.
9-2-1 wk
TO LAUNDRY ladies shirtwaists. 55C
23rd St 8-294 wk
2 GENTLEMEN to room and board.
Address, 427 27th. Bell 1217-Y.
i S-24-2wks
CLEAN whlto raR-3 at SwnrtT-d ofllce
12-1 7-1 f
APARTMENT.
FIVE-ROOM apartment in Peery
Apartment house, 429 24th street.
7-2S-tf
FOR B3NT.
UNFURNlGHtr; HOUSES.
5-ROOM house and pantry; kitchen
newly papered and clean; low rent.
2CG3 Lafayette ave. 9-l-lwk
6 ' ROOMS, modern, 1-2 of double
house. 15; Bell 24S-K 9-1-lwk
FOUR-ROOM house, pantry, closet,
water and lights, 317 ISth st Bell
C25- K. 9-2-lwk
SIX-ROOM house, partly furnished.
G70 Twenty-second st. 9-1-lwk
NEW six-room modern house, furn
ace heat, 42S-430 Herrick ave 9-1-lwk
5 ROOM house with water and lights
and good yard. ?16.00. No. rear
2352 Klngsford Ave S-31-twk
SEVEN-ROOM houso. 27CS Volker
Ave. Inquire 27G1 Volker. 8-31-lwk
THREE 5-room houses. W. B. We
doll. S-30-lmo
5-ROOM house, 2540 Madison. S-3Q-lwk
TEN-ROOM ''modern house, 2759
Grant. Inquire in rear. Bc-11 95.
S-30-lwk
2 HOUSES, modern, "J and 4 rooms,
excellent location, 2310 Jefferson.
S-lS-lmo.
5-ROOM house. W. 30th st. Inquire
Chrlstenson Shoe Store. S-S'-tf
6-ROOM house on Reeves ave. Inquire
Dr. Condon Boyle hick. I-27-tf
WANTED.
FURNISHED ROOMS.
2, 3 OR t housekeeping rooms, close
In, for the winter. Address, Rooms,
care Standard. S-30-lwk
-fJHIGHESTER S PlLt
01j J.oJI(g! Aak your HrupnUi far a
fe4iAiC I'''" 'a K d and Uold n.fUllleVy
S-v -tjs) '. iMled llh LIi.3 RILion. S
A SSi tS-i1 J TbIio no other, llur nT jo'r "
I - n? ururjH.u Aiwfnr riri.oirV-TEn o I
L. Jtf DIAMOND i!i:ANl PII.X.O, for t'5
V"0 M yeJnl.iv;.tnjtSifar,AlwiyKe!la!.!o I
V r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
FOR RENT. H
FURNISHEO ROOMS. IH
ELEGANTLY furnished 3-room apt, 'jH
Btrlctly modern; no children, 2341 ;H
Adams, Close in. 9-1-lwk
NEATLY furnished room for gentle- H
man; bath, jihone; closo in. Ind.
37661. 9-4-lwk 1
4 DANDY rooms; light, bath, phone, H
etc. F. J. Hendershot Both phones. jH
4-9-aC mWi
TWO large front rooms, with grate; jH
newly furnished; reasonable; first- jH
class board In. connection. Ind. 356; IH
Bell 1008Y. No. 252& Adams. 9-2-lwk j
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon- IH
roe ave.; 5 downstairs, other up- jH
stairs. 9-2-lwk H
3 FURNISHHED rooms for housekeep- W
lng, 2137 Grant ave. 9-1-lwk H
THREE large rooms, bath, cellar and H
every convenience. Bell 700-K. H
9-1-lwk 9mWM
3 FURNISHED rooms for housekeep H
ing. 354 23rd St 9-1-lwk IH
2 MODERN furnished rooms for mWM
housekeeping. Inquire room 1, over jH
Ogden Theater. S-30-lwk WMW
FURNISHED and unfurnished .rooms W.
for housekeeping. W. B. WedelL jfl
8-3 0-1 mo H
NICELY furnished modern room on H
bench, privato family Address, H. H
E.-28, care Standard. 8-30-1 wk tWt
FOUR furnished roomB for light lWl
housekeeping, with bath. 456 22nd 1
St S-30-lwk jH
ROOMS for housekeeping; gas range, 'H
also single rooms. 33G 24th St. m
3-30-iwk mmm
ROOMS, also for housekeeping, 427 H
24th. -29-lrno Mm
TWO furnished rooms. 57 per mo. m
2073 Quincy S-28-tf H
jH
ROOMS for light housekeeping, over IH
I. L. Clark store. S-18-tf jH
FURNISHED rooms for light house- H
keeping. 12G W 22nd st S-17-lmo. H
THREE rooms, clothes closet, pantry, H
furnished for housekeeping, 2220 IH
Lincoln. S-17-tf jH
3 FURNISHED rooms for houaekeep- mWM
ing. 2137 Grant ave. S-7-lwk m
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 171 22nd jH
S-U-lmo 'H
THREE housekeep. ag rooms; clothes H
closet, lights. 257 22nd. 7-29-lwk M
COREY apartments, 2lG4 Wash Phone .H
G30. 7-27-tf H
COREY apartments 25G4 Wash. Phone jH
630. 7-P7 tf ymm
forrent: JH
UNFURNISHED ROOMS H
2 NICE small rooms; water in; un
furnished; close in; So 2051 Farr '
Ave. 9-1-1 wk iW
3 MODERN rooms, unfurnished. 440 .H
27th. S-S-lmo H
fortrezt; '
FURNISHED HOUSES, MM
5-ROOM furnished house, $16 per 1
mo., 931 21st st 9-1-lwk H
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats. H
2634 Grant. S-10-tf ' H
i H
FURNISHED house. 457 3rd St. .H
S-S-lmo H
BOARD. H
TABLE board; bonis cooking; prices WM
reasonable. 61 1 2th. 9 4-tf MM
Omr Sales I
Each week are a success. Are H
you taking" advantage of them? H
Compare prices and you will. .H
Tin Tomato Cans, best, dos 50c H
Sealing Wax, pound 10c
Fresh Corn Meal, sack 25c MM
High Patent Flour (Old Wheat), M
sack 51-00 jMm
(Flour alone not delivered-) -H
Fresh Ranch Eggs (with order)), 'H
doz 22 l-2c M
Pickling Vinegar, white or brown, H
gal 25c MM
Gloss Starch, 2 pkgs 15c -H
Finest Utah Cheese, pound 17 l-2c 'jjH
White Pickling Onions, pound 5c H
Whole Japan Rice, pound 5c 'H
Bartlett Pears, bushel box $1.40 H
Household Ammonia, 15c bottle ...10c H
30c Bottle Pure Olive OH. 20c jMm
Snow-Whltc Cauliflower, 4 pounds. 25o -jl
SMITH ;l
Grocery , il
26th & Wash. Bell, 91; Ind., 1163 MMm
Successor to Allen Transfer Co. '
J. C. SLADE, Prop. H
VANS, DRAYS, BAGGAGE WAG- H
ONS, PIANO, FURNITURE AND H
SAFE MOVING. ;H
408 26th St Both Phones 321 jH
FIRST NATIONAL I
BANK
OF OGDEN, UTAH fl
U. S. DEPOSITARY. 'H
Capital and Undivided Profits fl
$275,000.00. JH
David Eccles, Pres. iMMM
G. H. Tribe, Vlce-Pres. JMMM
John Watson, Vlce-Pres. jH
M. S. Browning, Vlce-Pres. H
John Pingree, Cashier. jH
Jas. F. Burton, Asst. Caahler. JH
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