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' THEEVENrNG STANDARD "OQDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012. 3
Im Holeproof Hosiery I
I I The original guaranteed hose H
H for men, women and children. N
J K 0. OGDEN CO. I
I THE UTAH SHOE
Men's Half Soles Sewed on
Ladies' and Children's
SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES.
Best workmanship and Wldo Oak
Leather used. If you try our work
once you will 3urely come again.
221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
ffj Phone 321. 408 25th Street
ft! We have tho largest van 'n Oo
St city. Quick service. Moving, ship.
yk ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
. 'n9 a specialty. Storage at reason -
' able rates.
II Private Hospital 1
IDEAL SITUATION K
Ijl EXPERT ATTENDANCE B
Pii 184 23rd St PI ne 253 1
M Medical, Surgical and Obstot- jj
j rlcal Cases Taken
t 1 322 Twenty-fifth St.
I Special Dinner 25 m
Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. K
IH Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. E
Lee and Foon, Managers R
HOUSECLEANINn IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning.
kalBomlning. painting, upholater-
i ing, furniture repairing by expert
workmen. Charges reasonable
Ju Residence 2223 Washington. Phono
. Office. Phone 134 1-J.
"I STYLEPLUS 17
t Watson-Tanner Co.
t H 3ETTER COME TO
f B 219 25th street-
D nct nave a few Post cards tak
,W n $1-00 the dozen.
JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Freeh Meats
THE "VALUE GIV
13th ST. ADDITION
Large lots set with choice fruits.
Buyer takes crop. See me, Owner,
The Bread with tho Home- W
I Made Flavor. j
I MOTHER'S CHOICE 1
Made by 1
DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING I
I COMPANY 1
H 2258 Grant Avenue
? H FALSTAFF CAFE
I' H THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
ti CHOP HOUSE
128 25th St.
Sanitary Gao Cooking.
Merchants Lunch 25c.
"WE FIX ANY DAM THING." I
t Bicycles, motorcycles and auto-
I I ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1
OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS, 1
S I 2576 Waoh. Ave. Phone 794 B
Bait Lake. Oct. 11. Frank C.
Hendrlckaon Is IS yearB old. He la
IcglesB and holpleBs. Until Tuesday
ho had a mother and, according to
him. the finest mother any body ever
Death Takes Mother.
Hendrlckson and his mother lived
alone in two cramped, albeit clean
and comfortable, little roomB on tho
upper floor of a honso at 60 North
First West street. They hod no mon
ey, only that which dribbled In from
the dally toll of the little woman and
dribbled oat again for daily bread and
Friday Mrs. Hondrickson wont
down town to consult a doctor about
herself, leaving the boy. alone as she
always had to. It rained that day and
tho streets were slippery. She fell
on Main street near Scrace's hakery
shop and so hurt herself that a hem
orrhage resulted They carried her
into the bakery shop and a doctor was
called. She was found to ho in a
critical condition and so weak that
she could only murmur something
about her son, hut nobody caught Just
what she said.
Tuesday Mrs, Hendrickson died
at St. Mark'B hospital. All Friday af
ternoon tho boy sat helpless in his
chair and waited for her to come
homo and prepare the supper. Night
camo on and ho began to worry He
called, hoping to attract someone's
attention and send lilm looking for
his mother. No one heard because
the boy is weak of volco and the lit
tle home is far removed from tho
street and the walls of the old house
are exceedingly thick.
All through the night tho boy sat
helpless, his mind filled with black
dread. All Saturday he saL Finally
hunger drove him to edge hiB chair
about the room until he was ablo to
reach the bread bos and obtain a
cnut Lato In the afternoon a neigh
bor called as was her wont The boy
appealed to her to find his mother.
That night he learned his mother was
"I could not go to her, for I have
no legs and no money to employ tho
legs of others," said tho boy as he
told hl3 Btory yesterday. "But the
hospital people promised to telephone
to a neighbor who had a telephone the
moment my mother became any
worse so that I could go to her oven
if I had to crawl. Tuesday the mes
sage came that mother had'dled in the
"My mother was far more than legs
to inc." he said yesterday. "Se was
everything a boy could want. Sho
lived only for me. it seemed. Every
cent she could sae from bare ex
penses she spent for books for me and
I have been studying them "
The hoy pointed to a library that
would have done credit to a home far
"It was her hope that maybe I could
equip inyBelf by reading so as to
make a living In some wav after sho
became too old to support us both,"
ho enid. "Mother was 52 YearB old."
Mrs. Carrie Hendrlckson wan burled
yesterday Services were held at tho
Qualtrough-Alcott undertaking room6.
Through the kindness of neighbors
tho hoy was able to attend being lift
ed down the stairs into a carriage.
"Mrs. Hendrlckson was one of the
most lovable womon I ever knew."
said a neighbor yesterday. "Her de
votion to her crippled "boy was beau
tiful." Frank C. Hendrlckson lost both legs
in an elevator accident three years
ago Both limbs had to be amputated
so close to his thighs that the mer
est stumps remain. Before the ac
cident he helped support his mother
After tho funeral they brought the
boy back to the empty rooms and
there he sits looking into the moth
And like the poet Henloy, who sang
the defiant song of his unconquerable
soul. "Under tho bludgoonings of fate
my head is bloody "but unbowed," the
boy Ib not cheerless.
"Maybo it will not turn ont so bad
as it looks just now," he said, "and
anyway I still have my hands."
RUSSELL GUEST OF
THE PRESS CLUB
Sat Lake, Oot 11. An informal
reception will he given by the Salt
Lake Press olub In honor of Isaac
Russell at 9 o'clock this ovenlng in
the club's rooms "Iko" Russell, aa ho
is familiarly known to his many
many friends here, was formerly a
local newspaper man. Ho Is now a
member of the staff of the New York
Times and is traveling with Wood
row WilBon on his western trip, rep
resenting his paper
Owing to lack of timo, the club has
not sent out individual Invitations. It
Is the desire of tho club to extend
a general invitation to Its membera
and to friends of Mr. Russell.
BREWER DEFEATS ROWAN.
Salt Lake, OcL 11. After fifteen
rounds of the festest boxing over seen
in this city, Harry Brewer, the Kan
sas City wolterwolght and claimant of
tho championship of this division,
waB awarded the decision over -Marty
Rowan, the Helper fireman. Browor
landed by far tho greater number of
blows and showed superior ring gen
eralship. Rowan Is tho toughest kind
of a Biictomor, however, and at no
stage of the bout was he In diBtrcss
from Brewer's attack, while he made
his blows count. Many of the specta
tors thought him entitled to a draw,
considering his constant boring in, biB
ability to take punishment and his
whirlwind finish of the last several
"Browor barely had a Bhade," said a
ring expert after the bout; "In fact, it
I was not a ahado Just a shadow."
MRS. SIMPKIN TO
BE BURIED SUNDAY
Salt Lake, Oct. 11 The Rev P. A
SImpldn arrived in Salt Lake City at
6 o'clock last evening with the body
of hia wife, Mrs. Kate Maria Slrapkln,
, who died at RidgoflekL Clark coun-
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
A good 4-room home, with city
water, electric lights, large lot,
running back to a 27-foot alley.
All In good shape, located near the
Union depot, for $1,400, on any
kind of terme, low rato of Inter
est. MODERN HOME
A modern 5room home, with
city water, electric lights, large
chandeliers, bath, toilet, stationary
wash stand, large pantry and clos
et, large porch, nice lawn. Lo
cated within four blocks of the
Union depot; only $2400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Interest.
I have one of the most elegant
locations for a chicken ranch In
the city, consisting of a little over
one acre of ground. Thle land1
olopes to the south and west, Is
sandy soil and Is admirably adapt
ed to a chicken ranch, Is located
near a street car line, within two
blocks of a $35,000 school building
I will offer this property for ono
week for $600, on any kind of
terms low rate of Interest.
tv. Washington, Tuesday. Some
friends of the Rev. Mr Slmpkin left
Salt Lake City yesterday morning
and met him en route, returning with
him yeeterday evoning.
A Bister of Mrs. Slmpkin Is coming
from Chicago to attend the funeral
services, which have been set for
2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The
services will" be held in Phillips Con
gregational church. Seventh East and
Fifth South streets, and Interment
will be in Mt Olivet cemetery.
Friends wishing to see Mrs. Slmp
kin may do so at the church between
11 o'clock and 2 o'clock on tho day
of the funeral.
MISSING TAGGART BOY
FOUND AT RICHMOND
Salt Lake, OcL 11. After three
dayB of frantic search by his parents,
Aquilla Merrill TaggarL the 11-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. H C. Tag
gart, of this city, appeared laBt night
at the home of his grandmother, Mrs
Fannie Stoddard, in Richmond, Cache
county. No particulars as to whero
he had been in the meantime were
known by his grandmother.
The boy's overjoyed father and
mother left at 11:45 o'clock last night
for Richmond to bring the boy home.
Ho disappeared about 1:30 o'clock
Monday afternoon. Police In almost
every city in the state had been notl
fled and wore watching for the lad.
His father spent yesterday in a
search for him in Park City.
"Oh, mother, why are the men in
the front bald-headed?"
"Thoy bought thcelr tickets from
the scalpers, my child." Chicago
I am preparing to sue all poll-tax
delinquents for the year 1912. At
tend to this at once aud avoid cost of
A. G. HARRIS.
Notice is hereby given to those who
have planted trees in 1911 and 1912
contrary to the rulcB of the city tree
planting to haT same removed by
October 31. 1912 All box elders and
American elm, locuEt and species of
poplars and any other trees not des
ignated by the board of Park com
missioners by the undersigned.
B. VAN DER SCHUIT,
Superintendent of Park.
' PROBATE AND
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of tho Second
Judicial District In and for tho
County of Weber, State or Utah.
In the matter of tho Estate of
Timothy O'Neill, deceased.
Credltore wilr present claims with
Vouchers to tho undersigno'd Admin
istrator v.lth the Will annexed, at the
law offloe of Joseph Chei, Esq.,
Rooms 403 and 404 First National
Bank Building, Ogden. Utah, on or
before the 15th day of January, 191S.
GEORGE S. BARKER,
Administrator with the
JOSEPH CHEZ, Attorney.
In the District Court of the Sec
ond Judicial District, in and for tho
county of Woher, State of Utah.
Clarence W. Brooks, Plaintiff, vs.
George A. Whipple, Mary Jane Whll
ple, his wife, A. I Stone and Josoph
To be sold at Sheriffs Sale, on the
24th day of October, 1912, at 12
O'olock Noon, at the front door of
the Weber County Court House in
Ogden CUy, Weber County, Utah, to
A part of Block 66, Plat "C" of Og
den City Survey, beginning 156 feet
south, 0 degrees 55 minutes west
from the Southwest Corner of Lot 11
In said Block G6. gald point being on
tho east lino of Washington Avenuo
and 1080 feet, South, 0 degrecB 58
minutes Wcot and 66 feet South, 89
degrees 2 minutes East from the
County Survey Monument No, 2, at
tho Intersection of Washington Ave
nue and Canyon Road; running thence
South 0 dejrreoB 58 minntoo Went 30
feet; thenco South 89 degrees 2 min
utes West 90 feet; thence North 0 de
groos 58 minutes East 30 feet; thence
North 89 degrees 2 minutes West 90
feet to beginning, Bltuatod In Wobor
County, State of Utah.
Dated at Ogden City, Weber Coun
ty. Utah, this 4th days of September,
E. E. HARRI80N,
Sheriff of Weber County, Utah.
By T. A. DE VINE, Deputy Sheriff.
This elegant addition, which we
bought some time since, consisting
of 18 acres, Is the beat proporty
In the city for railroad, men, being
located between 29th and 30th
streets near Wall avenue. We
still have some of the moat desir
able lots left which we will sell
for $3Q0 per lot, on any kind of
terms; or will build a geod 4
room house, with pantry, oloset,
electric lights and city water, all
In good style, for $1,40O, on any
kind of terms; or will build a
modern 5-room house, bath, toilet,
stationary wash stand fixtures,
modern In every respect, for $2,
200, on easy terms, low rate of In
terest. This Is a golden opportun
ity for railroad men to get a good
home, oloso in, In the best part of
the city, on easy terms.
I have a number of the most de
sirable lots In Brummltt's Addi
tion for sale at $100 per lot. These
are about a block from the new
$36,000 school on the corner of
22nd street and Harrison avenue.
These lots I will close out at five
dollars down and five dollars per
month, at low rate of Interest.
Quaon Esther Chapter No. 4, O. E.
S regular meetings hold at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
the first and third Fridays of eaoh
nionth. Sojourning members cordial
ly invited to attend.
LILT V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unity Lodgo No. 18. F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washlugton av
onue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members of
rioter Lodges and sojourning brethren
fordlally Invited to attend.
H. L. HERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, Bec'y.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcrart, Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited. Duos can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Rldse. M. D.,
57-58 LowIb block.
ELIZABETH BEST, G. N.
2C43 Lincoln Ave., phono 1903-J.
MARIE CRITES, Clork.
2731 Monroe Avenue.
Sogo Lily Circle No. 171 meets
every sccoud and fourth Thursduy
InlghtB at S p. in., in I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
MARY E. BLIXT G. N..
451 31st SL
KATE HEYMAN, Clork.
Bell Phone 1247-J.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet every first and tnird Tuesday
night of e ucii oionca at i p. m. at tho
Moose Hall on 25th St. Visiting
neighbors invited. Dues can be paluA
Mrs. Anna Ulea, M. D., Room 21, Lew
is hlcck. i
INDIA SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN 1'EWTON, Recorder,
27th and Quincy.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogden Homesteud, No. 150, meets
on 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
HalL VlBiting Archers are cordially
Invitod to meet With us.
W. S. O'Brien,1 Foreman.
I 2533 Gmmercy Ave.
J. A. JUNK, Correspondent,
j 3202 Washington.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division, No. 124, O. R. C,
meets second apd fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m., In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avoiuo and 24th street.
All brothers ar cordially invited to
C. H- PEARSON, C. C.
D. L, BOYLES, S and T.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,'
Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
nerle, No. 118, F, 0. E., meets every
Wednesday o.-enlng at Eaglo Hall,
Hudson avenuo, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attoad
the nerle meetings. Olub rooms open
at 11 a. m
THOS. LESLIE, 'W, PresidonL
E. R. GBIGER, Pecretury.
DR. C. E. WARDLE1QH, Aerlo Phy
sician. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.""
Weber Camp Xo. 74 meets In K. of
P. Hall in thu Utah National Bank
Bldg., eYsr Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Visiting "Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend.
FRED E. WILLIAMS. C. C.
E. AUTH, Clerk,
First National Bank Bldg.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hive No. 1, L. O. T M., meets
every Thursday aitornoou at 2:30
o'clock In the I. O. O. F. hall, 2416
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
berB cordially invited to attond,
KATHRYN EGGLESTON, L. C,
740 Waabington avenue.
L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
2455 Van Buren avenue.
Tb Royal Hlghlacdera meet overy
first and third Fridays at S p. m. at
K. of P, Hall. VIbUIo members cor
ANDREW W. NELSON, I. P.
WM. MULLER, Sec. and Troaa.
3582 Washington At&.
MODERN WOODMHN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. )990 meots every
first and third Tuesday ovonlng at
8 o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenuo. Visit
ing members invited.
A G. JONES. Consul.
J H. jSHAFKR. Clerk
Advertisements In this column cost
76c por line pr month, payable In
LAWYER O'COffNOLLY. (over Nye'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash avo.
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
K. VAN KAMPEN Phono 883 for up
holotring, amttrca& making, to
stretching of bed spring
FURS CLEANED, remodeled; t&xl
dormlet work; orders called for iand
delivered; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 375 23rd, up stairs.
OQDEN JUNK HOU8E It you hare
finy kind of Junk, phone us np; ire
win call for it. Belli pfeone, 32C-K;
CITY 3CA.VBNGER, McCarty & Co.
2728 Grant. Boll phone 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcasoe
cheap. A SInor, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twonty-Kfth St. 6-U-lyr
RIGHT NOW give "your heating
Btovea a thought then Summerill,
2304 Washington At.
RALPH P "HUNTER, Notary Public
and Conveyancer. Titles oxamlneo,
Doods, Mortgages and Contracts
drawn and execuated. Many years'
experience. Charges reasonable. 502
FirBt National Bank Bldg., Ogden,
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margarot M.
Burns, office 33G 25th SL Phone
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J. Over
PAINTING, paporhanging end tinting.
Y den Hortog, Phono 571 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyilolan and
Surgeon. Office houra 11 to 4 p. m.
New Perry Bldg., Hudson Ave. ptjone
1966-W. Residence phone 2129-W 646
Washington avenuo. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W S. DONALDSON & SONS, 2452
Grnnt, or nhone 127 6-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORBET! Mra Smith.
HAVE Gallncher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571- R. 7-5-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital, 2150 Washington.
Want advertisements cost one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cent6, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
25 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
(lv0 average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
CASHIER in restaurant. Apply 137
25th St. 10-U-lwk
GIRL for general housework. 2456
Madison. Phone 1105-M. 10-D-lwk
MIDDLE-AGED housekeeper, not
afraid of work. 268 1-2 25th st.
Fnahlon Rooms. 10-9-3t
GIRL for general housework. 2436
Madison. Phono 1105-M. 10-9-lwk
A neat, capable girl for houtmwork in
a small family, near High school.
Phone S56-J. 10-8-lwk
GOOD drcssmakor by the day; state
price. Address MG. H ,' care Stan
WANTED Dressmaker at 573 22nd
st. Telephone 1465. 10-8-lwk
WOMAN for housework; $1 a day.
steady place, 709 22nd St. 10-S-lwk
A GIRL for general housework In
small family. No children; mod-
orn house. Call after 5 p. in., 1226
25th St. 10 1 lwk
WANTED Good woman for genoral
housowork; good wages. Apply 724
24th street. Call in mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to work in can
dy store. Apply Orpheum Candy
WANTED An experienced girl for
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at the Burgess
03OY with wheel. Clarko. 10-11-tf
A BOY with bicycle to work all day.
Horrocks Bros. 10-11-tf
WANTED AgentB for a good propo
sition; salary, either box. Call or
write 235 W. 13th st. 10-9-lwk
SITUATION by young married man
as janitor. Address Janitor, Care
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
22nd SL 10-5-lmo
SOLICITORS, either sex; will pay
straight salary. Call between 5 p.
to, and 7:30 p. m., Room 209 ArMng-
ton Hotel. 10-9-1-wk
WANTED Private night students,
Gregg shorthand, by experienced
stenographer and teacher. Dictation,
civil service and beginners class start
October 14, Wm. V. Rockefeller, 956
ROOM for gentleman; steam heat,
bath, $2,50 week; close in. 2341
"FOR RENT Furniahea, new, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, i?2
wk. up 536 31st sL 3-13-lyr
F 'N1SHED ROOMS for housekeep
ing at foot of Til. E. Ave. 10-2tf
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 126 W 22nd St. 10-11-lwk
TWO rooms for light housekeeping,
$12 per mo. Rear 2758 Lincoln.
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms; close in. 2717 Wash. avo.
TWO houBokeeping rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. 2330 AdamB.
TWO modern furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Inquire Room 1, Og
den Theatre. 10-10-St
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd at.
IN MODERN home; oloBe in on bonoh;
board if wiBhed; call phono 1930-R.
THREE rooms, private bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
also Bleeping rooms. 427 24th SL
FURNISHED and unfurnished llatn.
2034 Grant. 9-2G-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phone 197S. 9-6-tf
FREE bath, prices moderate; must
be rented. 216S Washington Ave
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
lng; prices to aulL Utahna. 7-23tf
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE-Gogd board, steam heat
ed rooms, lowost rates. 2639 Jofier
5-ROOM, modern, all conveniences.
phone 1134 -W. Inquire 2201 Jeff.
THREE rooraa, pantry, cioseL lights,
water. Inquire 248 29th. Phone
GOOD six-room house, close in, 515;
also 4 rooms, $9. 2155 Adams ave.
AND 5-ROOM houso. $10 per mo
MODERN Hot water, heat, buffet.
kitchen, disappearing bed. 2248
MODERN 5-room brick bungalow,
nlcclv furnished; no children, 917
2',th Phone 1392-M. 10-11-lwk
THREE-room apartment, light, gas
and bath 2422 Adams. 10-5-lwk
FURNISHED The Corey Apartmenti.
Modern 25C Wash Ave. 2-5-ti
(FIFTEEN years eatabllshed grocer'.
Location " 23rd and Grant, about
November 1. Also dwelling adjoin
ing. If desired. Low rent Inquire,
"Forbes,"' 2337 Grant. 10-ll-lwk
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office Is for renL ci
ther all or part. Inquire at Standard
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
THREE BUILDINGS in Deweyville;
nlBO livery barn In Garland. Termi.
reasonable. Apply R. C. Fryer, Dew-
eyvllle, Utah. 9-20-lmo.
FOR RENT OR SALE
GOOD Beon-room house, 3172 Wash,
ave. Apply to T D Rjan, care Se
curity Trust & Savings Bank.
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight,
Phone 1344-W. 10-9-lmo
GOOD second-hand-hand bath tub; 12
young ducks and geeeo. Call at 25G
23rd st 10-10-2t
CURTAINS laundorod. Mrs. Knight,
1344 Washington. 10-9-lmo
SOME ONE to tako home family
washing and ironing. 441 27th st.
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green
wood 1399-T o-2S-lmo
IP tmt w -!!
GOOD paying bulslness; email capital
roquired; will clear $150.00 per
nionth; no experience necessary, C.
E. A., care Standard. 10-11-lwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
HEAVY wagon, invalid chair.rnoving
plcturo machine, meat cutter, dental
chair, anything for anybody. Bell 333.
NEARLY new cooking stove: 4 holes;
$5. Ogden Junk House, 1900 Waah.
HORSE, weight 10,000, -wagon and H
harnesB, $75. Ogden Junk Houso. H
1900 Wash. 10-lL-lt jl
-PASSENGER Stoddard-Dayton, very H
good condition; owner expeotc to
leave city OcL 15. Phone 783. H
ONE heating atovo, one commode, In
fins t-class condition; cheap, 350
18th st. 10-9-lwk jH
ALMOST new sewing machine for
sale oheap, Party leaving town. LH
438 22nd SL Phone 1540-W. 10-8-lwk H
SMALL runabout for sale; first- H
class condition. W. F. Madson H
phone 52. 10-5-lwk H
HEAVY 8-foot dining table $18.00 fl
2629 Grant, phone G52. lb-E-lwk H
NON-DE8CRIPTIVE, ladies ticket to IH
SL Louis, Mo. Phone 1S75. 10-4 -t H
VIOLINS, dirt cheap. 425 32nd SL B
ROOMING house and restaurant. H
cheap; well located on 25th street.
Kolly & Her rick. 9-19-tt IH
FOR BALii itlAL iSTATE
FOR SALE My residence on Nob H
Hill. Brick house 9 rooms, moaern H
Improvements, new sleeping cottage, IH
large brick barn, largo grounds, fine H
shade trees. This is one of tho most M
delightful homes in the city. Can be jH
bought during next 00 dayB for about IH
half cost of improvements. See mo H
or R. G. Agee. A. W. Agee. 10-7-lwk H
GLEN WOOD ACRES cheap; two of
the beet lots in the Glenwood addl- iH
tion. One 1-acre lot, $9.25, and one 1-2 IH
tion. One 1-acre lot, $926, and one 1-2 IH
good water right, small payment down IH
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. IH
Fox, Care Read Bros. 10-8-lwk H
IMPROVED City proporty for auto,
livestock or vacant property. Phone IH
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two o H
tho best lots In the Glenwood addl- IH
tion. One 1-acre lot, $925, and ono 1-2 H
acre lot on corner $625; cement walkB, IH
good water right, small payment down IH
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. IH
Fox, Care Road Bros. v9-J0-lwk IH
an a i J
LOST $16.00 in currency in envelope, H
between Tabernacle, Grant and IH
22nd. Return Ceo. A. Lowe Co; re- H
ward. 10-ll-3t H
LOST Black leather hand bag con-
talning "Dolan Fruit Company" H
purse with $5 bill In It, Delta Gamma IH
pin, and .other articles. Notify Mr. IH
S. F. Griffin; reward. 10-11 t H
LOST Gold bead necklace. Finder H
return to 2539 Adams avo. and re- IH
celve reward. 10-8-lwk H
PARTY finding teeth and rings, keep H
rings and bring teeth to 127 31st
St.. Reward. 10-8-lwk 1
BUNCH of keys; between Browning's H
garage and 25th and Wash, Return H
to Browning's garage. 10-2-lwk H
LADIES, have your suits, coats and J
evening gowns made by Mrs. Ryan, H
2273 Adams. 10-10-3t H
MONEY TO LOAN H
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate: H
$100.00 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold. J
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. H
247S Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on real estate scenr- H
lty J. J BrummitL 4-27-tf H
MONEY to loan on watches, din- IH
monds, jewelry, firearmr, etc., IH
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established H
lfcSa. Tho Money Lenders of Ogden.
27S 25th St. C. H. Smith, Prop. H
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You IH
can get It today. Cheapest rates, H
best and most private terms in Utah.
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst. H
MORTGAGF. LOANS on Improved H
farm or city property. HUNTER & M
KENNEDY. 302 First National Bldg. M
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. M
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- M
ROAD COMPANY. M
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Paclllc Coast Mall.. 12: 10 a.m. M
No. 409 Tlntic Passenger.. 11:35 a.m. H
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. H
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- H
Cisco Express 360 p.m. H
Eabt Bound, Doparc H
No. 6 San Francisco-Chl- H
cago Express 7:15 a.m. H
No. 410 Tlntic Passenger.. 110 p.m. H
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3.50 p.m M
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p.m. M
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
I unsurpaBsed scenery- City Ticket Of- H
lice. Reed Hotel Bldg. H
! F. FOUTS. Agent. H
Electric Way Between H
! Ogden and Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. H
Trains ieav Ogden and Brigham M
6:30 a. m 3.0U p. m. M
7:30 a. m 4:30 p. m. M
9:00 a. m 6:00 p. iu. M
10:30 a. m 7:30 p m. M
12:00 noon 9:00 p. m. H
1:30 p. m 11:10 p. in. H
First trnin from Ogden starts from H
O. R. T. DopoL All others start from - M
Union Depot. H
In Ogden, trains stop only at S. L. H
& Ogden Depot, O, R. T. Dopoi and M
Five Points. M
Effective Oct. 11, 1912 H
Car will leave the Union Depot for H
the Hermitage at 7:40 a. m. and every jH
hour and twenty roinut thereafter H
until 6:20 p. m. H
Cnr will then leave for tho S&nita- H
rlum at 7:30 p. m., S:30 p. m. and 9.3') H
Last car will leave tho Hcrmlttvso t H
7:00 p. m. IH
Last car will leave tho Sanitarium IH
at 10:00 p. m. H
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