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IK - THE -EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912. ' g ' H
K I Holeproof Hosiery I
K Tho original guaranteed hose
t H 'or men women and children.
B J N. 0. OGDENCO. j
I THE UTAH SHOE
Men's Half Soles Sewed on
Ladies' and Children's
SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES.
Best workmanship and Wide Oak
Leather used. If you try our work
once you will surely come again.
221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
We have the largo9t van 'n the
city. Quick service. Moving, ship,
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
FcLARA BERGES J
j I Private Hospital I
II IDEAL SITUATION I
1 EXPERT ATTENDANCE I
E i 84 23rd St. PI no 53 ff
ffl Medical, Surgical ond ObBtot- H
JB rical Cases Taken. m
I Ivienna oafe!
2 1 322 Twenty-fifth St.
ja I Special Dinner 25 fi
-8 1 '-unch fp0m 1 m t0 4 p- m- jf
"Vi H Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. g
4 I ce and fron Managers B
I I Billikeu
y t Housecleaning Company i
3 HOUSF.CLEANING IN ALL ITS
E BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning.
S kalsominlng, painting, upholster-
TVg Ing. furniture repairing by expert
wt workmen Charges reasonable.
f Resuienco 221i3 Washington, Phono i
401 22S9-M. I
jitff' Office, Phone 1341-J.
& I STYLEPLUS $ I 7 I
$ CLOTHES 1 !
M Watson-Tanner 6o
' ul JETTER COME TO
? If CRAWSHAW'S
lj' m 219 25th Street.
t W Ant have a ew p0ot card8 tak"
Iw V en $1.00 the dozen.
If The Newport
If JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
1 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Iff Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats.
I THE "VALUE GIV-
I ING" STORE.
I THE TOGGERY
I K Tne Bread w'th tne Home- I
if H Made Flavor.
HI MOTHER'S CHOICE
i I DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING jj
ft COMPANY S
i H 2258 Grant Avenue v.
2J c3 "X i.'fe J9.'rr Tra & Bnoupli"
(1 ' FALSI AFF CAFE
-i H THOS. PEENEY, Prop.
3 ' Hi A&u t Gyr.altlc Bill 1 T7?r OUR SPECIAL
m l HI rf J71 fc"" SUNDAY DINNER
H i 1
II CHOP HOUSE
H 128 25th St.
H r Sanitary Gas Cooking.
H , Merchants Lunch 25c.
Mf H "WE FIX ANY DAM THING." Bj
Mr H Blcyc,c8 motorcycles and auto- ij
ll H mobile work, 1
Ifllf 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED. S
fl I OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS, I
Lsff. 1 2576 Wash, Ave. Phone 794 I
HI 13th STxADDITION
Hp Laroe lots set with choice fruits.
HrT Easy terms. See me, owner,
IH 603 TWELFTH.
Bi Read the Classified Ads.
I SECURITIES IN
In their weekly letter bearing on lo
cal securllcs, John C. Cutler, Jr., &
Co., Investment bankers, point to the
nation's unprecedented crops as am
plo ground for optimism. Locally, he
says, the tremendous beet sugar 'crop
Is momvlng large amounts "of cash.
The letter follows:
With the harvesting of the most
mountlful crops ever known In tho
history of the United States, business
is becoming more satisfactory, and
trade in all lines Is apparently ex
ceeding In volume that for the same
period of last year, while the outlook
Is qulto favorable.
The local situation Is encouraping.
Sensonablo activity Is reported in
both wholesale and retail trade. The
weather is better for the further har
vesting of the excellent crops of the
'state. The big copper companies are
resuming operations. The sale of the
electric power plants In Utah county
'will bring $2,000,000 In cash into the
! state, which will be distributed among
j quite a large number of stockhold
ers, so that It will soon help all chan
.neJs of trade. The sugar factories
are activelv ongaged In manufacturing
i sugar from the exceedingly heay
crop of beets. Tho wagon and ma
,chin9 companies report better col
lections. Local securities have been In fair
demand during the wook Consld
cerable Utah-Idaho Sugar company
stock changod hands at $8. SO and
SS.85 per Bharo, and Consolidated
Wagon & Machine companr 3tock sold
at 5102 and $102.50 per share. The
Home Fire Insurance company de
clared a special 1 ppp cent dividend
and on the 15th the Dcseret National
bank will pay Its regular per cent
quarterly dividend The Z C M. I
has been distributing its semi-annual
dividend, amounting this time to
$1P.0,000. and the stock has been sell
ing ex-dividend at ?395 per share,
Amalgamated Sugar Co., pfd.. .?1 22.00 '
Beneficial Life Insurance Co... 200.M
Barnes Banking Co.. Kaysvllle. 190.00
Bank of American Fork IGoOO
Bank of Hcber City . ... 17.n0
Bank of Southern Utah, Cedar. 17 00
Con. Wagon & Machine Co. .. 102 50
Cnn TJfp Tns. &. Inv. Co 115.00
Continental National Bank .... 145.00
Doseret National Bank 314.00
DeGert Savings Bank 1075.00
Davis Co bank. Fnrmington . 230.00
First National bank. Layton .. 150.00
First National hank, Morgan . 150.00
First National bank, Murray 145.00
First National banw, Logan . . . 145.00
First National bank, Brlgham.. 250.00
jfluardlan Cv & Guaranty Co. . 15.60
Home Fire Insurance Co 2S5 00
I Hober J Grant & Co 20 75
Kamas State bank 120 00
Merchants bank 159.00
National Bank of tho Republic 1S2.00
National Copper bank 135.00
iNephi National hank 125.00
Ogden Savings hank , . . 450.00
Provo Com. & Savings bank, ..322.00
Salt Lake Security & Trust Co. 146.00
State Bank of Brlgham City . 200.00
State Bank of Garfield, Pan-
State Bank of Millard Co..
! Fillmore 150.00
I Stale Bank of Richmond . . . 120.00
, Thatcher Bros . Banking Co.,
Utah-Idaho Sngar Co.. pfd S.S5
Utah State National bank ... 260.00
Utah Savings & Trust Co 104 00
Walker Bros. Bankers . ., 314.00
Zion's Savings Bank & Tr Co. 390 00
Z C M. 1 395.00
Con. Ry & Power Co. fcity) . $100.00
Siimptor Yallev railroad 0S.;0
Utah Hrht & Rv Co. (city).. 95.00
Utah Light & Power Co 82.00
XTtnh i iTht & Power Co 93.00
Utah Countv Light &. Power
The Utah Susar Co 102 00
Utah Hotel Co 1-X1.50
ROAD IS PROSPEROUS
The great and rapidly increasing
prosperity of Tonopah as demonstrat
ed by the fact, announced in the last
Issue of the Miner, that tho Tonopan
&. Goldfield railroad has resumed iho
payment of dividends, which were sus
pended In 1907, has had a most favor
table effect on the Tonopah Mining
I company's surplus caah reserve.
The company owns 2.S34 shares of
the preferred stock of the Tonopah &
Goldfield railroad and 9.SS7 shares
of the common stock, both $100 par
value. Both stocks are Included In
the company's surplus and are car
ried on its books at par. or $2S3,100
for the preferred and ?9SS,700 for the
common a total of $1,272,100. Prior
to the resumption of dividends on the
25th of September the value of the
stocks was a matter of conjecture and
there was nothing upon v.'hich to baso
n valuation. Figuring both 6tocks up
on a 5 per cent basis, which Is a good
average for a railroad stock, the pre
ferred would be worth $140 on the
strength of the 7 per cent dividend
declared and the common worth $60
because of tho' 3 per cent declared.
On this basis the preferred stock
would be worth $390,760. and the com
mon 5o93,220. or a total valuatlou of
$9S9.9S0. which compares with $1,
27U00. the total par value, or a
shrinkage of $282,120 If the prosper
ity which has come back to the road
should prove permanent, however, this
board mav feel warranted In paying
larger dividends, an It did In 1900
and 1907, and In this case the value
of both stocks would be considerably
in excess of par.
The road Is in excellent physical
condition and the equipment is of the
beat and is being maintained at tho
highest standard of efficiency This If
an achievement that reflects? great
I credit to Us president and Roneral
! manager. M. B. Cutter. Sine he took
charge of the road he has reduced the
operating cost from 75 per cent to 60
per cont of the gross, thereby placing
the company UDon a dlvldcnd-pAV'nK
basis. When Mr. Cutter came "wllh
1 tho company three years ago the road
; was In a very bad condition and run
down phyoically: had no credit; wa
- heavily In debt; dellery of cars from
other roads consigned to points along
Us line was delayed and overybody
was antagonistic toward its manage
ment. During the short period of his
management Its credit has "been re
established, deliveries are prompt,
confidence restored, Its physical con
dition put upon the highest standard
of efficiency, the new shops that "were
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
CHEAP HOME KING'S ADDITION
Thlc elegant addition, which we
A good 4-room home, with city bought some time since, consisting
water, electric lights, large lot, of 18 acres, is the best property
running back to a 27-foot alley. n the city for railroad men, being
All In good shape, located near the loentod between 29th and 30th
Union depot, for 51,400, on any streets near Wall avenue. We
kind of terms, low rate of Inter- still have some of the most deslr-
et- able lots left which we will sell
.v, -.-, for 300 Pep ,ot on anv kind of
MODERN HOME terms; or will build a good 4-
room house, with pantry, closet,
A modern 5-room home, with electric lights and city water, all
city water, electric lights, large In good style, for $1,400, on any
chandeliers, bath, toilet, stationary kind of terms; or will build a
wash stand, large pantry and oloe- modern 5-room house, bath, toilet,
el, large porch, nice lawn. Lo- stationary wash stand fixtures,
cated within four blocks of the modern In every respect,, for $2,
Union depot; only $2,400, on any 200, on easy terms, low rate of In
kind of terms, low rate of Interest. terest. This Ic a golden opportun
ity for railroad men to get a good
CHICKEN RANCH home' c,oxe '" in the best part Qf
the city, on easy terms-
iJatS f0nr t'cnVHn BRUMMITT'S
locations for a chicken ranch In -r-r-v-rm-ry-v
the city, consisting of a IHttie over ADDITION
one acre of ground. This land , have a numb0p of the d
slopes to the south a nc I west, Is arabe otB ,n BrummItt,K Add.
sandy soil and Is admirably adapt- tJon for wJe at $10Q ,
ed to a chicken ranch. J are abotrt a block fVom the new
m !L Vk;000 SCht8l tnJ Irl "e and Harrison avenue,
' W,0ffer P Ey k& Tf Th lot ' wf" t at five
weok for IBM, on any knd of dMun d(mn fiVe do,Jart
terms low rat of Interest. month, at low rate of InteresL
destroyed b fire have been paid for
and oil burners have ben placed on
all engines and provision made for all
obligations. Tonopah Miner.
Useless Without Understanding,
We may be In the unlTerse xb dogs
and cata arc m our librarlen, seeing
the books and bearing the eonToma
tlon, but haying no Inkling of tho
meaning of It all. William James.
Should Fix The4r Dralna.
Tweoty-sJx stiutos have Btmajne
trhlch drain Into the MtesiijBlppl Htct.
If those commonwealth would set
about the business of conirrln their
waters, the floods which r now caus
ing bo much, fear In tb south would I
not bo In evidence rery spring.
NOTICE OF ASSE8SMENT.
The Davis and Weber Counties
Canal Co., Ogden. Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho board of directors of
said company, held on the 7th day of
September, 1912. an aseepsment was
levied on the outstanding stock of
the corporation as followH. $2.50 per
share on primary stock and $1.25 por
share on Secondary stock payable to
the secreta?y on or before the 5th
day of November 1912, at his office
In Ogden City, Utah.
Any stock upon which thiB assess
ment may remain unpaid on said. 5th
day of November. 1912, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on the 28th
day of December 1912. at 12 o'clock
noon, at the south door of the Wober
County Court House in said Ogden
City, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with cost of advertlsc
Ing and expenses of sale.
.7. C NYE. Secretary.
Office, Room 510 First National
Bank bulldjng, Ogden, Utah.
In the District Gourt of TVeber
County, State of Utah
George W. Gozhen, Plaintiff, vs.
Lauretta Goshen, Defendant.
The Sjtato of Utah to the said De
fendant: You are ehreb summoned to rp
pear within twenty days after service
of this summons upon you, If served
within the county in which this ac
tion Is brought; otherwise, within
thirty days after service, a.nd defend
the above entitled action, and in case
of our failure so to do, judgment mil
be rendered against jou according to
the demand of the complaint, whlcn
has been filed with tho clerk of said
This action is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the bonds of mat
rimony now and heretofore existing
between you and the plaintiff.
GEORGE W. GOSHEN.
JOSEPH CHEZ, Plaintiff's Attorney
Rooms 403-404 First National Bank
Building, Ogden., Utah.
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive 8lgners for Further
ESTATE OF JOSEPH W. BAILEY,
Creditors will present their claims
with vouchers to the undersigned, at
tne law oiflces or Richards & Bpyd,
Suite 4 IS iuhe First National Bank
Building, situated at the Northeast
Corner of the Intersection of Washing
ton Avenue and 24th Street In Ogden
City, Utah, on or before the 14th day
of February, 1913.
MARY O, BAILEY,
Date of first publication October
Date of last publication November
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Elliott W. Kennedy, de
ceased. Creditors Ylll present their claims
with vouchers to the undersigned, at
the law offices of Richards & Boyd,
Suite 41S In the F5rst National Bank j
Building, situated at the Northeast I
porner of tho intersection or Wash- (
ington Avenue and Twenty-fourth
Stroel in Ogden City, Utah, on or be
fore tho lull day of February, 1913.
LILLA A. KENNEDY.
Date of first publication. October
Date of last publication, November
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
AVasatch Division, No. 321, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2.30 p. m.. In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th street.
AH brothers are- cordially lnvitod to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C
D.LuBOYLES, S and T.
Qusen Esther .Chapter No. 4, O. E.
S reaular meetings held at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
the first and third Fridays of eaeh
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to attend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unity Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M.,
iiasonlc Temple, 2550 Washington av
onue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7.20 p. m. Members of
SJBter Lodges and sojourning brethren
fordially Invited to attend.
H. L. HERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, Sac'y.
Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellow, meets In I. O. O.
F. HaJl every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
L. H. CANDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KISSELL, Sec'y.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows Hall.
Visiting members invited.
ANNA KISSEL, N. G.
EMMA ME1D, Rec. Sec'y.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of WoodcralL Ogden Cir
cle No. 5S1, meets every Wednesday
nlht at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited. Duos can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Rlde, M. D.,
57-58 Lewis block
EUZAEETH BEST, G. N.
2543 Lincoln Ave phono 1903-J.
MARIE CRITES, Clerk,
i 2731 Monroe Avenue.
Sego Lily Circle No. 171 meets
every second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m.. in I. O O. F. halL
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
MARY E.. BLLXT, G. N..
461 31st SL
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk.
Boll Phone 1247-J.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet every first and third Tuesday
night of each month at 8 p m. at tho
Moose Hall on 25th St. Visiting
neighbors invited. Dues can be pal)
Mra Anna Ries. M. D., Room 21, Lew
INDJA SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON, Recorder,
27th and Qulncy.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest No. 1218, Order of
Owls, meete every Friday evening In
Eaglos Hall, on Hudson avenue at
S o clock. Visiting Brother Owls are
Invited tq attend the Nest meetings.
W. H. WRIGHT, President.
T. S. SHAUGHNESSY, Sec'y..
.1 Twenty-fifth afreet.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge No. 1, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castle Hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'g requested to
meet with us.
GEO B. HART, C. C.
W. G. KIND. M. of E.
W. L. UNDERWOOD,
"K. of It. & S.
BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICAN
Ogden Homestead, No. j50, 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 Gramercy Ave.
J. A. JUNK, Correspondent,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118. F. O K., moots evory
Wednesday oening at Eagle Hall,
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to ittend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m.
THOS. LESLIE, W. President.
E. R. GKl'.IEK, Secretary.
,:. C. E. WARDLEIGH. Aorie Fhy
siclan. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.""
cber Cainj No. 74 meets in K. o(
P. Hall in the Utah National Bunk
Bldfe'., over Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend.
FRED E. WILLIAMS, c. C.
K. AUTH, Clerk,
First National Bank Bldg.
LADUfiS OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hive No. 1, L. O. T. M meetB
eery Thuraday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock Ip tho I. O. O. l hall, 2416
Washington avenuo. Visiting mem
bers cordially lnvitod to attend.
KATHRYN BOGLHSTON, L. C.
7410 Washington avenue,
L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
; 2&5 Van Buren avenue
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS. '
Th Royal Highlanders meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. ra. at
K. of P. Hall. Vlsitlnr members cor
ANDREW W. NEL80N, I. P.
WM. MULLBR, Sec. and Treas,.
2582 Waahington Ave.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. 3900 meets every
first and third Tuesday evon,inc at
8 oclock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
lug members invited.
A. G. JONES. Consul.
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this. column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye's
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, mattress making, ro
stretching of bed springs s
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you have
zny kind of junk, phoa us up: we
wilt call for it Bell pfeon. 22G-K;
CITY SCAVENGER, Mr.Carty & Co.
372S GranL Bell phon 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Blner. Phone 1321. 175 1-2
Twenty-fifth St 6-13-lyT
RIGHT NOW give "your he-ating
stoves a thought then Summsrill,
2304 Washington Ave.
RALPH P. HUNTER, Notary Public
and Conveyancer. Titles examined,
Deeds, Mortgages and Contracts
drawn and execuated. Many years'
experience. Charges reasonable 502
Flnt National Bank Bld Ogden,
Dr Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 33C 25th St. Phone
997-J Res Phone 1617-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
Y den Hortog, Phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyjiclan and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Perrv Bjdij., Hsdson Ave. Phone
1966-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 646
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S. DONALDSON & SONS 2452
Grant, or ohone 127. 6-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET. MrT imlth.
HAVE 'Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS nnd umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571- R. 7-5-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. 8. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital, 2150 Washington.
Want advertisements coat one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, 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
flve average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page mutt be
paid In advance. No exception to this
WANTED, a dining room girl at the
Virginia . 10-14 -2wk
CASHIER in restauranL Apply 137
26th St. 10-11-lwk
GIRL for general housework. 2456
Madlaon Phono 1105-M. 10-3-lwk
MIDDLE-AGED housekeeiter, not
afraid of work. 268 1-2 25th eu
Faohion Rooms. 10-9-3t
GIRL for general housework 2436
Madison. Phone 1103-M. 10-9-1 wk
A neat, capable girl for housework in
a small family, near High school.
Phone S56-J. 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
ern hou60. Call after 5 p. ni.. 1326
25th SL 10 1 lwk
WANTED Good woman for general
housework; good wages. Apply 724
24th street. Call in mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to work in can
dy store. Apply Orpheum Candy
WANTED Steady young ladies to
train for nursing at tho Burgess
HELP . WANTED
LATCD SALESMEN WANTED A few
good Influential men who arc will
ing to toll tho truth about our Utah
farm lands, can find profitable em
ployment by writing Land Company,
Box 484, Ogden, Utah. Phone 2106.
TWO live agents. Apply bet. 5 and G
p. m 2469 Wash. Amundsen
BOY with wheel. Clarks. 10-11-tf
A BOY with bicycle to work all day.
Horrocks Bros, 10-11-tf
WANTED Agents for a good propo
sition; salary either sex. Call or
write 235 W. 12th st. ' 10-9-lwk
POSITION as bookkeeper with some
experience. AddresB "J. M." Care
HIGH school hoy wanU work after
school and Saturdays. Address H.
S., Care Standard. 10-12-lwk
SITUATION by young married man
as janitor. Address Janitor, Care
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
22nd SL 10-5-lmo
SOLICITORS, cither sex; will, pay
straight Balary. Call between 5 p
ra. and 7:30 p. m., Room 209 Arling
ton Hotel. 10-9-lwk
ROOM for gentleman; steam heat,
bath, $2.50 week; close In. 2341
FOR RENT Furnished, aew, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wk. up 636 31st L 3-18-lyr
F "1NISHED ROOMS for housekeep
ing at foot of M. E. Ave. 10-2tf
ONE furnished room, bath, lights
2336 Madison. 10-14-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 126 W 22nd St. 10-11-lwk
TWO roomB for light housekeeping,
$12 per mo. Rear 275S IJncoln.
TWO housekeeping rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. 2330 Adams.
TWO modern furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Inquire Room 1, Og
den Theatre. 10-10-St
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22ud st.
THREE rooms, private bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
also sleoping rooms. 427 24th SL
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2C34 Grant. 9-26-6rao
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum HoteL
Phono 197S. 9-6-tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
be rented. 246S Washington Ave.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing, prices to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE Fine location; board,
steam heated rooms; lowest rates.
2639 Jeffersor 10-14-lwk
FOR RENT 6-room modern, with
barn, 2219 Madison; $20.00. C. V.
Zlnn. Phone 301 -W or 823-J.
8-ROOM house, not modern, with
large barn. 666 23rd. 10-12-tf
5-ROOM, modern, all conveniences.
phone 1134 -W. Inquire 2201 Jeff.
THREE rooms, pantry, closet, lights,
water. Inquire 248 23th. Phone
4 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
MODERN Hot water, heat, buffet,
kitchen, disappearing bed, 2248
MODERN 5-room brick bungalow.
nlcelv furnished; no children. 917
21th. Phone 1392-M. 10-11-lwk
FOR RENT l
FURNISHED The Corey Apartments.
Modern. 25'5 Vzb. Ave. 3-5-tf
FOR RENT STORES
FIFTEEN YEARS' established gro
cery location at 23rd and GranL
about November 1st; also dwelling
adjoining if desired. Low reuL In
quire "Forbes," 2337 Grant. 10-12-lwk
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard offico is for rent, ei
ther all or part. Inquire at Standard
office, - 9-26-tf
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
THREE BUILDINGS In Dewey ville;
also livery barn in Garland. Termt
reasonable. Apply R- C. Fryer. Dew-
eyvllle, Utah. 9-30-lmo.
FOR RENT OR SALE
GOOD seven-room house, 7.472 Wash.
av. Apply to T. D. Ryan, qaro Se
curity Trust fc Savings Bank.
WANTED IjHSCELLa'nE O US
CURTATN8 laundered. Mrs. Knight,
Phone 1344-W. 10-9-lmo
CURTAINS laundered. Mr. KnlghL
1344 Wn3hlngton. 40-9-laao
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS H
EXTRA good milch cow. 624 West
21st street. 10-14-lwk H
GOOD work or buggy horse, cheap. H
Phone 2120-W 3250 Monroe . H
CHEAP Horso, harness, wagon and
buggy, A few tools and about 30
chickens. Small improved farm for H
rent, $18.00 per mo. Apply to Roy H
Smith, box 46, Rt. 4, Riverdalo. H
HEAVY 8-foot dining table, $18.0o" iH
2629 Grant, phono 652. 10-5-lwk H
A FIVE-PASSENGER auto. E. M. F.
30 in excellent condition; a bargain, H
F. fair, Ea.u 12th at. Phone 109. H
YOUNG horse and harness, house-
hold goods. 737 12th st. Phone H
2149-R. 10-12-lwk H
HEAVY wagon, Invalid chalr.movlng H
picture machine, meat cutter, dental H
chair, anything for anybody. Bell 333. 1
-PASSENGER Stoddard-Day ton. very H
good condition, owner expects to H
leave city Oct. 15.' Phone 7S3. H
ONE- heating stove, one commode, In H
first-class condition; cheap. 350 H
18th bL 10-9-lwk H
ALMOST new sewing machine for l
sale cheap. Party leaving town
438 22nd St. Phone 1540-W. 10-8-lwk H
HEAVY S-foot dining table, $18.30 IH
2629 Grant, phone 652. 10-5-lwk H
VIOLINS, dirt cheap. 425 32nd SL H
ROOMING house and restaurant, IH
cheap; well located on 25th street. H
Kelly & Herrick. 9-19-tf H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE H
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two of M
the best lots in the Glenwoo-d addl- jjH
tion. One l-acre lot, $9 25, and one 1-2 IH
tlon. One l-acre lot, $925, and one 1-2 hH
good water right, small payment down H
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. H
Fox. Care Read Bros. 10-8-lwk H
IMPROVED City property for auto. I
Urestock or vacant property. Phone H
1427. 10-5,-lmo. ' M
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; "two.nr c-
the best lots in the Glenwood add I- - i
tlon. One l-acre lot, .$925, and one 1-2 H
acre lot on corner $625; cement walks, H
good water right, small payment down IH
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. H
Fox, Care Read Bros. 9-J0-lwk H
LOST Gold bead necklace. Finder l
return to 2539 Adams ave. and re- H
ceive reward. 10-S-lwk iH
PARTY finding teeth and rings, keep H
ringB and bring teeth to 127 31st IH
SL. Reward, 10-8-lwk '
BUNCH of keys- between Browning's. H
garage and 25th and Wash. Return. H
to Browning's garage. 10-2-lwk jH
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate; H
$100.00 up; real estate contracts and i M
mortgagee bought and sold. Msssssssi
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. 11
2478 Washington Avo. Upstairs. jH
MONEY to loan on real estate secvr- IlLH
lty. J. J. BrummltL 4-27-tf jlH
MONEY to loan on watches, dia- ll
monds, jewelry, firearm?, etc., ,H
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established H
1885, The Money Lenders of Ogden. H
278 25th SL a H. Smith. Prop. H
CHATTEL loanB, salary loans. You l
can get It today. Cheapest rates, IH
best and most private terms in Utah. ifl
D, D. Drake, over Paine fc Hurst. Il
MORTGAGE LOANS oh 1 morons! H
farm or city property. HUNTER A IH
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg. IH
" BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. M
GOOD paying buislness; small capital H
required; will clear $150 00 per IH
month; no experience necessary, C. H
E. A., care Standard. 10-11-lwk H
-.,- TIME CARD
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER &. RIO GRANDE RAIL- IH
ROAD COMPANY. IH
West Bound. Arrive. M
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12:10 a.m. fM
No. 409 Tintic Passenger.. 11:35 a.in. !H
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. H
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- ifl
cisco Express 3:50 p.m. !
East Bound: Depart ;H
No. 6 San Franclsco-Chl- sssssss!
cago express vuba.m. llislH
No. 410 Tintic Passenger.. l;10p.m. IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50p.m. jlH
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 pm. 'IH
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. jl
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- kH
flee, Reed Hotel Bldg. isH
F. FOUTS. AgenL Hssssssl
Electric Way Between jl
Ogden and Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. 'H
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham iH
6:30 a. m 3.00 p. m. IH
7.30 a. m 4:30 p. m. ,H
9:00 a. ra 6:00 p. ra. !H
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. in. iH
12.00 noon 9. CO p. m. H
1:30 p. m 11:10 p. m. IH
First train from Ogden starts from jbH
O. R. T DepoL All others start from 'H
Union Depot. ll
la Ogden, trains stop only at S. L-
&. Ogden Depot, O. R, T. Depot and H
Effective Oct. 11, 1912
Car will leave the Union Depot for IH
the Hermitage at 7:40 a. ra. and every IjH
hour and twenty minutes thereafter
until 6.20 p. m. Isssssssl
Car will then lave for the Sanlta- H
rlum at 7:30 p. m., 8:30 p. m. and 9:30 IH
Last car will loave the Hermitage at iH
7:00 p. m. bsssB
Last car will leave th Sanitarium. 'H
at 10:00 p. on. H