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-3'( THE EVENING STAND AED, O&PEN. UTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912. jj l
H J. J. BRUMMITT
flj J Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
fcj I CHEAP HOME
jJvt' ' A flood 4-room home, with city
n s water, electric lights, large lot,
M . j' running, back to a 27-foot alley.
CTyjr All In good ahape, located near the
Rw 'j. Union depot, for $1,400, on any
!- kind of terms, low r.atc of Inter-
; MODERN HOME
if A modern 5-room homo, with
T J, city water, electric lights, largo
IjTj chandeliers, bath, toilet, stationary
I wash stsnd, large pantry and clo6-
m'j et, large porch, nice lawn. Lo-
r 1 1 cated within four blocks of the
'.', ! Union depot; only $2,400, on any
VJ Y kind of terms, low rate of Interest.
s CHICKEN RANCH
7J - I have one of the most elegant
wflr locations for a chicken ranch in
1 dgli the city, consisting of a little over
-r5j' one aero of ground. This land
' -I?t slopes to the south and west, Is
to&atCj candy soil and Is admirably adapt-
JPaH ed to a chicken ranch, ic located
9Qrj?jj near a street car line, within two
TOM blocks of a $35,000 sohool building
!NqJ9b I will offor this property for one
ajf week for $600, on any kind of
W!V terms low rate of Interest.
. V5 j
I STATE NEWS
1 HEAVY LOSS TO
j TOMATO CROP
llrfi Kaysvillc, Oct 2, .Now that a week
'jfism has paBsetl since the heavy frosts
1 mjM played havoc with the tomato crop iu
SB " Utah, the extent of damage done can
jH ho measured,
iJHJp John 0. M. Barnes, president of the
'jjjf Utah Cahners association, said today,
'Jj that Davis county's seven canneries
5 will pack not to oxcoed 100,000 cases
jjnl of tomatoes this year, as compared
3 i with an oxpected pack of 250.000
cases. The pack up to this timo Is
jrobably not more than 75,000 cnoes.
but another week of warm weather
will ripen much fruit still clinging to
tho frosted vines.
Computed In dollars, Mr. Barnes
estimates that the loss of 150,000
esses, which will be Hie shortage In
this county alone, means $250,000 less
revenue- for the canneries.
' This loss will fall on canners, em
ployes and farmers, the latter being
out $75,000 as a result of tiie unsea
sonable weather. Tho canneries arc
r r still working on short time and will
H l continue to accept tomatoes of good
HjH Quality aB long as the warm weather
H The "Utah tomato output had been'
IB practically all sold, and with a short -
Ew ago In Colorado, It is evident the price
MB of canned tomatoes will be high this
IK year to the consumer.
K MRS. EUGENE PAYNE
INDICTED AT BOISE
B Boiao. Ida., Oct. 3- The special
: grand jury in session In this city ye-s-
H tcrday returned an Indictment against
II MrB. Eugeno Payne, wife of the for-
II ' iner cashier of the defunct Boise State
II : bank, nlso Indicted Tho true bill
II charges her with making a falae entry
I , In the dnlly balance book of the ln-
II sUtution. "Her bond was fired at
I ?500. She will be arraigned October
IU ' 5.
II So far ns court history In this coun-
II ty shows, Mrs. Payno Is tho first wo-
11 ' man to be Indicted by a grand Jury
IB for violation of the stato banking
I laws. She was a bookkeeper In the
I bank at the time of Its failure, and 1a
I . charged by the true bill with making
I an entry under date of September 1,
I lflll, of $289,521.61, representing the
I !. total resources, when he knew that
the entry waB false.
I The grand Jury has made a clean
1 sweep of the bank case. Tho indlct-
I ment of Mrs. Payne came an a climax
1 ; and proved a Bonsatloo. She is woll
1 knowu in socioty and has 'a ho3t of
1 Edward Payne, prcsldont of the
! bnrik, Indicted on several, counts, and
I who was active head of tho iustltu-
I ; tion, will be arraigned Saturday. He
II Is the most heavily Involved
If The grand Jury has not flulshod Its
I task. Up to dato It has Indicted Pres
ident Payne, Director J. W. Mehargue,
Cashier Eugene Payno, Assistant
Cashier Walter Koefo. former Cashier
E. S. Clapp and Mrs. Payne, book
keeper. Several counts charging in-,
tent to defraud and embezzle stand
against each of them.
FIRST APPLE SHIPMENT
Twin Falls, Ida., Oct. 3. The flrat
carload of apples to be Bhlpped from
the Twin Falls tract went out from
here last evening, bound for Chicago.
The car contained C30 boxes, all Jon
athan apples, In two grades, fancy
and extra fancy. Thirty carloads will
follow yesterday's shipment. The work
of packing was becun only last Fri
day and is being rushed to fill orders
ami care for tho fruit. District Fruit
Inspector Bronnan confidently pre
dicts that a least 3,000 carloads will
i be the year's shipment within the next
three or lour years. YeBterdny's ship
ment was made undor direction of th-o
local frultgTowora' association.
I WORK ON SCENIC LINE
I ! Twin Falls, Ida., OcL 3. The work
of cutting through tho paving and lay
ing the rails through the pared dls-.
trict for the now electric sconlc ralL
way from thla city to Shoshone Falls
was finished yesterday and further
work along the lino will progress
This elegant addition, which we
bought some time since, consisting
of 1S acres, Is the best property
In the city for railroad mon, being
located between 29th and 30th "
streets near Wall avenue. We
still have some of the most desir
able lots left which wo will sell
for $300 per lot, on any kind of
terms; or will build a good 4
room house, with pantry, closet,
electrlo lights and city water, all
In good stylo, for $1,400, on any
kind of terms; or will build a
modern 5-room house, bath, toilot,
stationary wash ctand fixtures,
modern In every respect, for $2,
200, on caDy terms, low rate of In
terest. This Ic a golden opportun
ity for railroad men to get a good
home, olose in, In the best part of
the city, on easy terms.
I have a number of the most de
sirable lots In Brummltt'o Addi
tion for sale at $100 per lot. These
are about a block from the new
$35,000 school on the corner of
22nd street and Harrison avenue.
Theso lots I will closo out at five
dollars down and five dollars per
month, at low rate of Interest.
much more rapidly from now on. Tho
lino is being built by the Holllstor
Perrlne Interests, and R, R. Spafford,
secretary of the company, states that
work or push cars will be running in
two weeks and the regular paosengor
cars by the first of December A 32
foot brldgo Is now being constructed
across Perrlne coulee. This Is tho
only bridge of any size to be built
betwe-on this city and the falls. A
f ranch l3o hns just been granted tho
company In Buhl and .within ten
months cars will bo running from Buhl
to Ca3tleford, twelve miles south of
Buhl. The company expects to even
tually extend Its lino to Ilolllster and
back to Twin Falls. At present thero
is only a stage line Into tho Castle
ford country, which Is rich and pro
ductive and much In need of the' elec
KAYSVILLE GIRL DIES.
Knysvllle, Oct. 2 Miss Effic Crid
dle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Crlddle of Kaysville, died yesterday
nt 1:30 at tho Deo hospital In Ogdon,
a few hours after undergoing an op
eration for enlarged spleen Her
parents wero at tho bedside when the
end came. The body was brought
here this afternoon, and may be view
ed at the family residence from 10 to
12 on Frldnv. Funeral services will
be conducted at the K3.vcille meet
ling house, Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Miss Crlddle was 23 years
of age, having been born in Kays
ville, November 19. 1889. She was
prominent in religious work, and was
widely known and popular.
AGED MAN DIES IN PROVO.
Provo, Oct. 2. Lorenzo Dow Smith,
of Lake View died here today of gen
oral debility. He was born In Ripley
county, Ind.. April 8. 1S29, and camo
to Utah slv years ago. He leaves one'
son :ind two daughters. One daugh
ter, Mrs. Emma Reeder. resides iu
Lake View. Funeral arrangements
have not beon completed.
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signors for Further
ESTATE OF ADAM GLEDHILL,
Tho Creditors will prosent their
claims with vouchers to the under
signed at tho law offices of Richards
& Boyd, Suite 418 in tho First Na
tional Bank Building, situated at tho
Northeast Corner of tho Intersection
of Washington Avenuo and 24th
Street in Ogden City, Utah, on or be
fore tho 12th day of January, 1913.
SARAH S. GLEDHILL,
Date first publication, SepL 12, 1912.
Date of last publication, Oct. 3, 1912.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Mammoth Coal Mining Company,
Principal place of Business Ogden
Notlco ta hereby given that at a
meeting of tho directors held on tho
29th day of AusruBt, 1912, an assess
ment of twenty-five cents per sharo
iwas levied on the capital stock of'
the corporation, payable Immediately
to J. H. F. Volker, tho secretary and
treasurer of said company, at his of
fico In Ogden City, Utah. Any stock
upon -which, this assessment may re
main unpaid on the 10th day of Octo
ber, 1912, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unloss payment is made before, will
bo sold on tho 29th day of Novembor,
1912, at 2 o'clock p. ra., at the office
of the secretary and troasurer of said
company, to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with tho cost of
advertising and the expense of alo.
MAMMOTH COAL MINJNO CO.,
J. H. F. VOLKER,
Secrotary and Troaaurcr.
Office No. 425 24th Street, OEilen,
United States Land Office. Salt
Lake City, Utah. August 23, 1912.
To Whom-It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
State of Utah has filed In this office
lists of lands, selected by tho said
.State, undor section G of the Act of
isiw'n.LweTvTNfe.-iiiiiiiiiirwiB- is n re main ij , imitm
Sa big snap in REAL I
I ESTATE I
; I A 4-room Frame House, large lot; worth at least $1400.00, will
f I sell for $850.00, $100.00 down and balance $15,00 per month. I
f I ' See Carl C. Rasmusson. 1
M 1 Phone 115. 350 24th Street. 1
Congress, approved July 16, 1S94, aa
Indemnity School lands viz
SW 1-4 SE 1-4. Sec. 12, SW 1-4 SE
1-4. See. 26. NE 1-4 SE 1-4. Sec. 30,
SW 1-4 NE 1-4, Sec, 20. XW 1-4 NE
1-4, SE 1-4 NE 1-4, Sec. 18, SW 1-4
SW 1-4. Soc. 8. NW 1-4 NW 1-4, 8c
20, T. G N., R. 2 E., S L. M1. Serial
Copies of said lists, so far as they
relate to oald tracts by deecriptlvo
subdivision, have beon "conspicuous
ly posted in thlH office for Inspection
by anv person Interested and by the
During tho porlod of publication of
this notice, or any time thereafter,
and before final approval and certi
fication, under departmental regula
tions of April 25, 1007, protests or
contests againnt the- claim or tbo
Stato to any of the tracts or sub
divisions hercinboforo described, on
the ground that the samo Is more
valuable for mineral than 'or agricul
tural purposes, will be received and
noted for report to tbo General Land
Office at Washington, D. C. Failure
so to protost or contest, within the
time specified, will be considered
sufficient evidence of the non-mineral
character of the tra ts and the se
lections thereof, bolng otherwise free
from objection, will be approved to
E. D. R. THOMPSON. Resistor.
ASSIGNMENT SALE OF J. BRODY
Of Goods, Wareo and Mcrchandlso and
Store Furniture and Fixtures,
Known as "The Hub" Store.
Notice Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of the voluntary assignment
for the benefit of his creditors, with
out preference or priority, oxcept as
provldod by law, mado and executed
by J. Brody, doing business under the
name of "Tho Hub" at No. 148 25th
streot. Ogden, Utah, on the 24th day
of September, 1912, the undersigned
assignee named in said assignment,
will sell at private sale, to tho high
est and beBt bidder, all of the stock
of goods, warec and merchandise, con
sisting chiefly of men's clothing, hats,
caps, shoes, trunks, and also the store
furniture and fixtures, now comprising
said store, upon the terms hereinafter
All bids will be received by the
Assignee on Monday at 10 o'clock
forenoon thereof, October 7, 1912, at
bin place of business, No. 352 25th
street. Ogdon, Utah.
A complete Inventory of said per
sonal property is on file with the un
dersigned Asaignee. where it may be
examined by all prospectivo purchas
ers. Terms cash. All bids must be In writ
ing, accompanied with a Certified
Check for 20 per cent of the purchase
The undersigned Assignee reserves
the right to roject any or all bids.
Dated this 24lh day of September,
A. D. 1912.
Assignee for Creditors of J. Brody, As
signor. JOSEPH CHEZ, Esq..
NOTICE OK INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of the intention of said Board to mako
ino following descrloed improve
To create 29th Street from Adams
avenue to Grant avenue; Van Bursn
avenue from Capitol avenue to 25lh
street; Lafayette avenue from 2Cth to
27th streets, as a sewer district, and
to build therein pipe sewers, connect
ing with the manholes of tho prosont
r.ewer system and with such other
manholes as may be necessary, and to
defray the whole of the cost thoreof,
estimated at $3,512.33, by a local as
senmont upon the lots or pieces of
ground lying and being within the
following district, being tho district
to be benefited or affected by said Im
All the 'and lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street and
avenues, and a lino drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
bo preacnted in writing to tho City
Recorder on or before the llth day of
October, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m . that
beins the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
bo mado thereto at the Mayor's of
fice, at the City Hall, Ogden City,
By ordor of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogdon City, Utah.
Dated this 13th dav of September,
1912. A. G. FELL,
H J. CRAVEN. City Engineer.
First publication September 18, 1912.
Last publication October 10, 1912.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY. ANNUAL MEETING.
1GJ. Broadway, New York. N. Y.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of UNION PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD COMPANY will be held at lis
offlco at Salt . Lake City, Utah, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 1912, at
twelve o'clock noon, for the purpoeo
of electing fifteen Directors of tho
Company, and of transacting such
other business as may logally come
before the meotlnc.
For the purposes of the meeting tho
books for tho transfer or stock (both
Preferred and Common) .will be clos
ed at 3 o'clock p. in. on MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER DTH. 1S12, nnd will bo
reopenod at ten o clock a. m. on Wed
nesday. OCTOBER 9TH. 1912.
ALEX. MnLAR, Secretary.
Datod August 24. 1912
II I I IIMIIll II ! - ,,,,
Tbo Royal Highlanders moot evory
first aud third Fridays at 8 p. m. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
ANDREW W. NELSON. I. p.
WM. MULLER, Sec. and Treas
25S2 Washington Avo.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. 9990 meets evjry
first and third Tuesday evonlng at
S o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited.
A. G. JONES, Coneul.
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest No, lliib, Ordor of
Owls, meets every Friday ovoning m
Eagles Hall, on Hudson avenue at
B o'clock. Vluiting Brother Owls, are
invited to attend tho Neat nieetinKa
W. H. WRIGHT, President '
T. S. SHAUGHNESSY. SccV
I ii Twenty-fifth itret.
Quean Esther Chapter No. 4. O. E.
S.. regular meetings hold at Mawmlo
Hall on Washington, avenuo between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
the first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to attend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unity Lodgo No. 18, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple, 2650 Washington av
enue. Meetings very Wednesday
orenlng at 7:30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brothren
cordially Invited to attend.
H. L. HERRJNGTON, W. M.
FELE-: T. MOORE. Socy.
Ogdon Lodge No. 5, independent Or
uer of Odd FcUowb, moots In I. O. O.
F. Hall every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
L. H. CANDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KISSELL, Scc'y.
Quocn. City Robekah Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings nt Odd Fellows Hall.
Visiting members Invited.
ANNA KISSEL, N G.
EMMA ME1D. Rec. Sec'y.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcraft, Ogdon Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7 30 o-olock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors invited, Duos can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
67-58 Lewis block.
ELIZABETH BEST, G. N.
2B43 Lincoln Ave., phone 1903-J.
MARIE CRITES. Clerk,
2731 Monroe Avenue.
Sego Lily Circle No. 171 meets
every second nnd fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m. In I O. O- F hrJl.
Visiting nolghbors cordially invited.
MARY E. BLIXT, G. N,
451 31st St.
KATE HEYMAN Clerk,
Bell Phone 12-17-J
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Caatle Hall, UUh
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'s requested to
meet with us.
GEO. B. HART, C. C.
W. G. KIND. M. of E.
W. L. UNDF.RWOOD,
K. of R. & S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogden Homestead. No. 150, meets
on 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
Hall. Visiting Archers aro cordially
invited to meet with us.
W. S. O'Brien, Foreman,
2533 Graraorcy Ave.
J. A. JUNK, Correspondent,
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEX.
Improved Ordor of Redmen, Hia
watha Tribe No. 3, nieota In Eagles'
Hall, Hudson avenue, flrK and tblid
Monday ovonlngp, at 3 p. m Visiting
chiefs cordiallv. Invited
EDWARD AlJTH, Sachem.
E. R. GEIGER, C. of R.
A. B. WRIGHT, C of W.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet every first and tnlrd Tuesday
night of eaca month at S p. m. at tho
Moose Hall on i5th St. Vlsitind
neighbors Invited. Duea can be palo.-
Mrs. Anna Rlos, M. D , Room 21, Le. -Is
INDI.V SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN -NEWTON, Recorder,
27th and Qulncy.
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 nnd 24th atrcet.
All blotters aro cordially Invited to
C. If. PEARSON. C. C.
D. L. BOYLES, S and T.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Fraternal Order of Eag.os, OgJn
Aerie, No. 118, F. O. E., meets uvery
Wednesday oenlng at Kase liail,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock- Visiting
brothor Eagles are invited to attend
the aeiio meetings. Club rooms osea
at 11 a. m.
THOS. LESLIE, W. President.
E. R. GEIGER, Secretary
.JR. C. E. WARDLE1GH, Aerie Phy
sician. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Weber Camp No. 74 meets in K. of
P. Hall in thu Utah National Bank
Bldg., over Thursday evening at 8
o'olock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend.
FRED E. WILLIAMS, C. C.
E. AUTH, Clerk,
First National Bank Bldg.
Fratornal beneficiary order. Insurc3
men at low rates, RoaorVo fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain
Council No. 637 convenes second and
fourth Thursdays at Eagles Hali.
H, E. PI.AKE, Regent.
J. W. WOTHERSPOON, Collector.
G. B. Roberts, Secretary.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hie No. 1. L. O. T. M.. meets
every Thursday afternoon at 2.30
o'clock in the I. O. O F. halL 241C
Washington avenuo. ViBltlng mem
bers cordially Invited to attend.
KATHRYN EGGLESTON, L. C,
740 Washington avenue.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R. K.
2455 Van Buren avenue.
Ogden Business Directory
76o par tins pr month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye'd
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash avo.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs
FURS CLEANED, remodeled; taxl
dermlBt work, orders called for and
delivered; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 376 22rd, up stairs
OGDEN JUNKHOUSE If you navo
any kind of Junk, phone us u$; we
witi call for it- Bell pteone, 325-K;
Want advertlfoment cost one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of flvo vvordo por day, no first
Insertion less thn 26 csrrti, or two
or more linos per wek at the rate o
5 Gnto per lino pr week, or 73
cento per line per month. Remember
five average wordo make a line. AH
advertisements on this page mast bs
paid In advance. No exception to thH
A GIRLj for general housework in
small family. No children; mod
ern house. Call after 5 p. ni 1236
25th St. 10 1 lwk
STENOGRAPHER Light work; state
salary and oxperlenco. D. R., care
WANTED Good wash woman. 2555
Ecohw. Phono 1602. 9-24-lwk
WANTED Good woman for general
housework; good wages. Apply 724
24th streot. Call in mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to vrork in. can
dy store. Apply Orpheum Candy
WANTED An experienced girl for
general houuowork, small family.
2211 Jeff. U-3-tX
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for, nursing at the Burgess
MALE AND FEMALE.
EXCELLENT opportunity for pianist,
lady or gentleman, who can meet
the public. C P Madsen, European
Hotel, after C 30 p-tenlng. 9-30-J wk
A JANITOR; steftm heat. Inquire
5G2 25lh St. 10-2-lwk
WANTED Canvassers ; earn $26 o
$50 weekly selling Servette, the )'ew
table servant. Will be seen by overy
lady at the cooking school tkLj week.
Sells rapidly at slgnt. Write Immodl
atoly The McGraw Mfg. Co., McOraw,
N. Y. 9-3U-lk
GOOD boy to learn floral trade Van
der Schult Floral Co, 740 28th.
AGENTS wanted; ?60.00 por week;
no Investment or experience neces
sary. Write for my big tailoring prop
osition. P. W. Goodman. President,
426 S. 5th ave-, Chicago. 10-1-lt
WILLOW CITY, British Columbia
Good commission paid to energetic
land responsible agents. Pacific Bond
& Land Corporation Ltd., G13 Pacific
Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. 10-21t
EASTERN corporation wants reliablo
man for Ogden and Bribnm City;
on with soliciting experience desired.
Salary to commence, $17 a week and
commission with good future Full
particulars If married, age, etc.. In
first letter. Address O. B. Care Stan,
ROOM S, upstairs over Bamberger
station; work guaranteed. prlcos
5-ROOM moiern Denver home, ex
change ior Ogden or Salt Lake
property. Inquire 2032 JefTerson.
OGDEN BUSDNESS DIRECTORY
RALPH P. HUNTER, Notary Public
and Conveyancer Titles examined,
Deeds. Mortgages and Contracts
drawn and oxecuated Many years'
experience Charges reasonable 502
Fira,v National Bunk Bldg., Ogden.
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 336 25th sl Phono
997-.I. Res. Phono 1617-J.
PAI?'TING, paporhanging nnd tinting.
Y den Hortog, Phono 671 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyjiclan and
Surgeon.' Office hcurn 11 to 4 p. ra,
Njw Perry Bid,, Hudson Ave. Peon
196C-W. Recidonco phono 2129-W. 616
Washington avenue. 6-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W S. DONALDSON & SONS, 2452
Grant, or phono 137 G-14-lrao
CITY SCAVENGER, Mr.Carty & Co.
272S Grant. Ball phono 324
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought, sold or i
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St 6-13-l7r
' STOVE REPAIRS
RIGHT NOW give your hoatlng
Htovee a thought then Summerill,
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORBET. Mra. Smith
HAVE Gallachcr repair your tnmks.
Ogdon Trunk Factory, 21E6 Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571- R, 7-G-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital. 2160 Washington.
fttsd tb Cluslfterl Ad
FURNISHED ROOMS, board If
desired. Inqulro 2650 Madison.
NICELY furnished throe-room apart
ment, strictly modern. Ideal loca
tion, no children. 2341 Adams ave.
F -.NISHED ROOMS for housokeop.
lng at foot of M. E. Ave. 10-2ti
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, ."J2
wic. up 63C 31st sL 3-13-lyr
THREE rooma, private bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
also' sleeping rooms. 427 21th. St.
TWO modern rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire Room 1, Ogdon the
NICELY furnished largo front room,
suitable for two; use of piano f
desired. Apply 24G 23rd .
WELL furnished front room; moderu
apartment; private family. 2614
Monroo avenuo. lu-l-lwk
THREE well furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 475 30th street.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire 2630 Adams. 9-27-lwk
TWO nice, clean housekeeping rooms.
2548 Qunlcy. 1558-3. -26-lwk
FURNISHED aud unfurnished flats.
2634 Grant. 9-26-6mo
FOR RENT Newly furnished steam-''
heated rooms; hot and cold running
water, bath; cloao in; reasonable,
2529 Grant' ave. 9-25-lwk
LIGHT housekoeplug; lights, gaB and
bath. 2C13 Washington. 9-24-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum HoteL
Phone 197S. '9-6-tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
be rented. 2-IGU Wasnington Avo
FURNISHED rooms for housokoop
lng; prlcea to HUit. Utahnn. 7-29tf
SiX-ROOM houso, 2939 Pingree.
Cheap . 10-2-lwk
AT 1014 Wash. Ave., 6-roora modern
; house with barn. Inquiro 5C3 25th.
l FOUR-ROOM house, clothes closet,
pantry, lights, summer kitchen. 191G
WW1. $8.00. U-30-lwk
2-3-1 OR C ROOMS, close in; reason
able 2155 Adams, 9-30-lwk
3-ROOM modern house. Inquire 222S
Monroo. Phone 1791-W. 9-25-lwk
6-ROOM modern brick house. Inqulro
2247 Adams. 9-21-wk
4 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo
Wertcil. . 9-17-imo
8-ROOM motlorn house. 2340 Jofi.
, L'NFURN'SHED APARTMENT
MODERN Hot water, heat, buffet,
I kitchen, disappearing bed. 224S
1 Jefferson. 10-j-lwk
3-ROOM HOUSE; water, HghtB. In
quire 3123 Adams. Phono 1419-W.
A MODERN, three-room cottago;
nicely furnished. Inquire 253S Mon
roo. 9-24 -It
FURNISHED Tho Corev ApartmentB
Modern :'.;jr-fi Was. vr .1-S-tf
THE VACANT building Just east of
the Standard office is for rent, ei
ther all or part. Inquire at Staudard
30-ACRE FARM, 3-4 of a mile from
street car, southeast Washington
avenue. Phone 29-K-2. J. H. White
THREE BUILDINGS in Dewey vlllc;
also livery ham in Garland. Termt
reasonable. Ap-'y R. C. Fryer, Dew-
oyville. Utah. 9-20-1 mo.
FORTY or fifty acres, good land, clo3e
to Ogden. NIcl Curtly, Corlnue.
'GEORGIA CRAFT Instructor In
voice and piano. Children given
special attention. 2523 Madison. Phon
GOOD woman or man and wife; $15
for horfic, 160 for SJ.25 moving pic
ture machine. ?15 for Invalid chair.
Bell 333. . 10-1-lf
FAMILY washing. 2V20 Read avenue.
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Groen
wood. 1399-J. 9-28-lmo
BUNCn of ke-yc: between Browning's
garago and 26th and Wash. Return
to Browning's garago. 10-3-lwk
PURSE containing about $25. Reward
for return to Standard. 9-30-lwk
LOST Jllaok handbag, square, braid
ed. Bhoostrlns handle. Return to
Standard, Reward. 9-27-lwk
.Road the Classified Ads.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Bl
SIX-HOLE range, gasollno store- and HH
round table; houso for ronL Apply H
after 7 p. m. 2238 Lincoln avo. Hit
ELEGANT now furniture, maho2any B
and oak, for sale cheap; snap" for jM
right party. 2549 Grant. 10-3-lwk H
50 SQUARES of steel and tin roofing. IB
3133 Paoiflo. 10-3-lt H
FRESH Jereoy cow and calL Phono 1H
CIS R. 10-3-lwk
WHITE Leghorn chickens; prices H;
reasonable. Rear 307 27th. 10-3-wk H
FOR SALE CHEAP 120 rolls of play- H
cr mualc, can bo used on any 65- H
noto player; will sell cheap. Phono H
1590-J or call 2532 Orchard avenue. H
FOR SALE At a. discount, a doe bill H
on Ogden Music Co. for $100.00; H
good for this amount on a piano. Call H
2532 Orchard avenue or phono 1590-J. HI
GENT'S bicycle, flno condition, $12.00 B
Call 2032 Jefferson. 9-30-lwk H
HOUSEHOLD furnituro In good con- H
dltion; cheap. Rear 367 27th. H
HOUSEHOLD furniture for r,alo in H
good condition; very reasonable. 5S3 H
26th at. 9-30-lwk
VIOLINS, dirt cheap. 425 32nd SL K
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale in Ok
good condition; verv reasonable.
583 26th St. H
GENTS' BICYCLE, fine- condition; H
cheap. Call rear 2033 Jefferson. IH
ROOMING house and restaurant, H
cheap; well located on 25th street. IH
Kelly fc Herrlck. . 9-19-tt
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate: I
$100.00; real estato contracts and H
mortgages bought and sold. jB
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. B
247S Washington Avo. Upstairs. B
MONEY to loan on real estato secur- H
Ity. J. J Brumraitt 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia- Wt
monds, jowolry, f I rearm n, etc., Rl
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established m
1835 Tho Money Lendero of Ogden. M
378 25th St. C II. Smith, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You BjH
can get it today. Cheapest rates, Km
best and most private terms in Utah. jfljfl
D. D. Drnkc, over Paino & Hurst. in
MORTGAGE LOANS on ImproTtd jg
farm or city property. HUNTER & 11
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg. Ml
DOUBLE-SEATED surroy on tho If
Kanesvllle road. Owner can havo 91
same by phoning 4K-1. 10-2-3t jiff
WANTED To pasture 25 head v of tt
horses. Inqulro of A. Jackson Hi
Phone 328-L 10-1-lwk Hi
FOR SALl ItiSAL ESTATE
A 5-ROOM cottage, 591-2 feet front
age, opens to a street In the rear.
Room on lot for another co' v or
large torrace, at 1CS 22nd. A ja'galn
If Eold at once. Call at the Wood
mansco building, Room. 14. 10-3-2t
ON BENCH; five-room, brick houso;
modern; price $2800; S200 down,
$30 por month; 8 per cent Interest.
O. A. White, 362 25th SL 10-2-3t
GLEN WOOD ACRES cheap; two of
the best lots in tho Glenwood addi
tion. One 1-ncre lot, $925, aud on 1-2
acre lot on corner $G25; cement K:e.
good water right, small paymon! don
balance $10 per month. Addrei. C C
Fox. Care Read Bros. i-jO-lk
TWO acres of 'and. good, fti. - f'"
five-room house In c!lv lr.i:"-e
of Owner. Pnone lO;.".. 9-2-- lv ,
5-ROOM house; 1 acre land: iarn
gralnery. etc. Easy terms. Phono
1147-W 1752 Pacific D-9 J mo
EFFECTIVE JAN. I, 1912.
DENVER A. RIO GRANDE RAIL
West Bound. Arrive.
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall.. 12: 10 u.m.
No. 409 Tlntic Passenger.. 11:35 a.m.
No. 1 Paclllc Coast Ltd... 1.40 p.m.
No. 5 Chlcao-San Fran
cisco Express 3:50 p.m.
East Bound. Depart
No. 6 San Francisco-Chicago
Express 7:15 a.m.
No. 410 Tintlc Passenger.. 1:10 p.m.
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd..-3:50 p.m.
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall, n; 50 p.m.
I Fine roadbed, elegant equipment.
! unsurpn3Sud scenery. City Ticket Of
fice. Reed Hotel Bldg.
F. FOUTS. ASODL
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912.
Trains leave Ogden and Rrlgharn
6-30 a. m 3,00 p. m.
7.30 a. m 4:30 p. m.
9:00 iu m 6;U0 p. m.
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. m.
12:00 noon ., 9:C0 p. m.
1:30 p. in 11:10 p. m.
First train from Ogden starts from
O. R. T Depot. All others blart from H
Union Depot. K
In Ogden, train stop only at S. L. ffT
& Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and WM
Five Points. , H
OGDEN CANYON 1
Daily Service. fl
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 18, 1.912. SI
Car leaveB the Union Dopot at 7:40 U
a. m. and every hour and twenty mln-
rte3 thereafter until 9:00 p. m. , H
Car lea.vs the Hermlta at 8:20 J
. m. and every hour and twenty rain- -M
utes thoronfter until 9:40 p. m. Extra .M
service on Sundays. M
Plas watch for change of sched. WM
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