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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7 1913 H
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tJtah-na Chocolates Are Given Away 1 1
j Prizes will be given to the first fifteen persons who will give the best reasons of not more than "50" words telling which advertisement on the WANT AD I
j page is the best worded advertisement. ji
I Prizes to Be Given J
j The first ten best answers will each receive a 2-lb. box of Utah-na Chocolates. Next five best answers received, each a 1 -lb. box of Utah-na Chocolates. I j I
j All answers must be brought or mailed to the Standard office before Friday evening of each week. M
J Name of Prize Winners will be published on this page, each Monday. If you live within the city limits call for your prizes on Tuesday, if out of the city limits the 1
j1 prizes will be mailed to your address. Address all answers to Want-Ad Contest Manager, in care of Standard.
j BEGIN READING THE WANT AD PAGE TODAY. jjjj
If you have anything for sale, for rent, for trade or exchange, INSERT AN AD IN THE STANDARD, it will bring you quick results, at the same time you are H
giving some one a chance to win a box of Utah-na Chocolates. II I
Notice to Water Users.
And to Those Who Subscribed for
Stock In the Proposed South Fork
Reservoir Company of Ogden, Utah,
In the Year 1911.
Take notice that, on April 16, 1911.
William Glasmann purchased from Jo
seph Peery, and the latter by a war
ranty deed conveyed to the former,
the north half of the southeast quar
ter of section six, township six north
of three east, S. L. M. and U. S, S.,
WHEREAS, In the deed conveying
said land appears the following state-
"Hereby convey and warrant to
William Glasmann. Trustee of the
company hereafter to be incorporat
ed by him and others, for the pur
pose of building a reservoir and stor
ing water on the land heroin de
scribed, in which corporation all those
who have heretofore subscribed to
5. South Fork Reservoir stock shall have
the right to secure water rights at
actual cost, includine: Ogden City and
Irrigation Canal Companies, on con
dition that such parlies shall makp j
payments for water rights as descrlh-
ed in the Articles of incorporation of
said proposed compauv. and,
WHEREAS, the Oi;'den River Res
ervoir Companv was duly organized
and incorporated under the laws of
' Utah on the 27th day of April, 1912.
and is the corporation contemplated
in said deed. and.
WHEREAS, the Articles of Incorpo
ration of the said Ogden River Res- I
rnoir Company provided that all the
subscribers of the proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company may have
v.ater rights at actual cost on condi
tion that 10 per cent of $35 00 shall j
be paid before June 1st. 1912, for each !
acre of water right desired, with the
understanding that the balance shall I
bo paid for as called by the said i
company, and that If the cost shall be
more per acre waler rlpht the addi
tlonal amount shall be paid when said j
5 cost is determined by the said com-
WHEREAS, the said Company
mailed on or before May 2nd. 1912, t
to each such subscribers to stock of
the proposed South Fork Reservoir!
p Company, a notice calling attention
t. the conditions of said deed above
- described and offering each and all
said subscribers of the proposed South '
Fork Reservoir Company water rights
on the conditions named In said deed
above described, and in accordance
with the Articles of Incorporation.
H aud, I
WHEREAS, some of the said sub
H Bcriberfl of the proposed South Fork
H Reservoir Company have not accept- !
H ed said offer, and as the Ogden Riv- j
H er Reservoir Company is desirous of
selling said water rights to others.
NOW THEREFORE, this public o
tice is given TO ALT. WHO M IT
MAY CONCERN, that the Ogden Rh -H
er Reservoir Company has complied
H with all the conditions of the said
H deed described, has in full offered its
every obligation that it could legall;.
1 or morally be held for
Now then. If there are any 6ub- i
scriber6 of the said proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company who claim
that they have not had proper notice.
r a proper opportunity to subscribe
for water rights at cost from the said
Ogden Rner Reservoir Company, they
are hereby notified that the right to
make such subscription is hereby
I again granted to all the subscriber
of the proposed South Fork Reservoir
Company, provided, applications .or
such rights are made before
I Januar 1 nth, 1M2. and at least 10 per
1 - cenl of the total amount o the water
r'gnts ts paid before February 10th.
Signed and published this second
I dav of fie, ember. 19 12. last publics -
j3 tion, February 10th. 1913.
1 THE OGDEN RIVER RESERVOIR
M Telephone 56. Office, 360 2-lth street,
Notice of Water Assess
ment. Ogden River Reservoir Company, Of
fice 360 Twenty-fourth Street, Og
Notice is hereby given that 10 per
cent of the total subscription for wa
ter rights to the Ogden River Res
ervoir Company is hereby called and
made payable on January 3d. 1913,
and 10 per cent each 30 days there
after "n the same day ol ib- month,
until the full 100 per cent has been
paid in Cull The full nine pay
ments due ma be pnld at
once, or one or more payments
may be made at a time. The first
10 per cent payment has been ex
hausted and contracts have been let
to require the full and total 6ubscrlp
lu. tlon6 made.
' Make all cbeckfl and remittances
payable to the Company, SCO Twenty --
-'" fourth street, Ogden, Utah.
". Dated a, I tah Dec. 2nd. 1912
THE OGDEN RIVER RESERVOIR
r fm COMPANY.
- ' R, c. GLASMANN,
"Aro you the leader of this brass
. itr JTf "No," replied the distressed man
YZi with the baton, "Bverj man In this
ban.i things he's h soloist I'm the
t 4 umpire." Washington star.
INTER MOUNTAIN FAIR Associ
ation, place of business Ogden. I'tah
Office, Weber county court house.
Notice Is hereby given that, at a
meeting of the board of directors, held
November 11, 1912, an assessment of
one dollar ($1 OOi per share was lev
ied on tho capital stock of the cor
poration, payable on or before the
first day of January, 1913. to Geo. D.
Folkman. assistant secretary, county
court house, Ogden, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment remains unpaid on the Ifith day
of January', 1913. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and unless payment is made be
fore will be sold on the 30th day ot
January. ltH3. to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with the cost of
advertising and expense of sale.
H. M. ROWE, Secretary.
By Geo. D. Folkman, Assistant Sec
retary NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THT
the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Ogden Fruit Growers asso
ciation win be held In the council
chamber of the city hall .In Opden ou
Tuesday. January 14, 1013, commenc- j
lng at 1 o clock p m.. for the purpose
o! hearing tho financial report of the
year 1912, and for the transaction of
any other business that may properly
come before the meeting.
H. H. THOMPSON.
C. F. Phinnes Secretary.
The regular annual meeting of the
Shareholders of the Ogden Savings
Bank of Ogden, Utah, will be held at
their banking room, Tuesday. January
14, 1913, at 11 a. rn., for the purpose
ol t acting directors to serve for tho
ensuing yar, and to amend Article1
VII of the Articles of Incorporation so !
as to create the office of a second vice I
president, and the transaction of -uch !
business as may properly come before
Dated Ogden, Utah. December 12.
1-1. CHARLES H. BARTON.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW
A. G Fell T. Samuel Browning and
Joseph C Nye, Commissioners of Og
den City. Utah, sitting as a Board of
Equalization and Review of the spe
cial and local taxes to be levied and
assessed by ordinance upon property
abutting both sides of Van Buren j
enue between Capitol avenue and 26tb
utreet. Lafayette avenue, between
20th and 27tb streets, and 29th Street,
between Grant and Adams avenues,
known as Sewer District No 114,
hereby give notice that list of proper
ty in aaid district to be taxed has been
completed and they will meet at tho'
mayor's office. City Hall, Ogden
Utah, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 5 o'clock
p. m.. for five consecutive days, com
mencing January 6, 1913, to and in
eluding January 10. 1913, and will re
main In session on each of these days
during said hours for the purpose of
b'-arinK any person feeling aggrieved,
and to make correction of any tax
deemed unequal or unjust, and durlug
the sitting of said Board said lists
of property and the taxes proposed
shall then and there be open to pub
lic Inspection. By order of the Board,
A. G PELL, Mayor
First publication January 3, 1918
Last publication January 9, 1913
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
E R S' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that there
will be a special meeting of the Stock
holders of the Ogden Packing & Pro
vision Company at the office of the
orporatlon. at Ogden. Utah, on Fn
da January 17th, 1913, at 4 o'clock,
in the afternoon thereof, for the pur
pose of adopting or rejecting tho pro
posed amendment to the Articles of
Incorporation. Article VIII thereof, in
this- Changing the number of board
of directors from seven persons to
five, otherwise said Article VIII. to re
main the same as it now is; also to
transact such other business s may
legally come before said meeting
By order of the Board of Directors,
ibis -4th day of December, 1912.
SIMON S. JENSEN. Secretary.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SUPPLIES
State industrial School fcr the year,
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the Superintendent until 3 p. ;
m., January' 16th, 1913. for furnish
ing the following supplies:
L3000 lbs. beef, 1500 lbs mutton,
veal and corned beef. 1000 lbs. fish
beef to be delivered carcass at a
time, other meats as needed 12000 lbs.
jHigh Patent flour; 86000 lbs straight,
grade; 2000 lbs. germade. 30000 lbs.
bran and shorts; 30000 lbs. mixed
chopped feed. 100 ions Nut coal; fo
tuns mine Black coal, all coal to be
delivered as needed f. o. b. Five
Points. 250 pair brown duck over
alls: 250 brown drill shirts. 150 un
dershirts; 250 pairs underdrawers ,
drugs and medicines: stationery and
olfle.' supplies: school supplies; hard
ware, KTOcerles and proislons; dry
goods, laundry supplies; miscellane
I Detailed lists of all above supplies
Biay be bad upon application at the ,
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this colunjn cost 75c per bne per month, pay
able in advance.
G B. DENKERS ft SON T'nion
Printers stationery, wedding stock,
ete., :';;40 1-2 Wash Ave. Upstairs.
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's
Clothing Store) 2411 Wash ave.
E. T HULAN1SKI, First National
Bank bldg. 12-11-tr
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 24''.5
Wash. Phone 860. 12-30 lmo
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS3 for up
holsterlng, mattress making, ro
stretching of bed pprlngs
F. J. FREENOK, D. C. all acute and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-14,
-411 Washingtun ave Office hours,
9 to 11.30 a. m , 1 to 5 p. m 11-5-t
Fit vourself lor business
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL.
Practical business courses.
DR. j. H. CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave . office phon. 172; res.. 391 -M.
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysis, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P.
Hansen's Electr' r.i Shoe Shop. 309
24th St Best work and material in the
city. All work guaranteed. Gho us
a trial ll-2u-2mo.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, J7.i 23rd street
Old reliable companies that pay.
C. D IVES, Agent, :JS0 25lh St
MERLIN J. STONE. 2SC. Grant Ave.
Dealer in Gasoline Systems. A full
line ot Globes, Mantles aud Fixtures
THE CRE8TON Steam her. ted; hot
and cold water every room, pew
and modern; 60c and up Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
PRANK H UNDERSHOT. Under Utali
Nat l Bank. Phone 199. 1-6-tf
OGDEf JUNK HOUSE If you have
'any kind of Junk, i.iioue ue up; we
will call for it. Bell phone, 32G-K;
EG suggest Photos lor your friends.
Biing the kiddies for postcard
photos Expert work, nothing else.
Crawshaw Studio, Upstairs, 219 2Cih
office of the Superintendent Bids
will be opened by tho Hoard of Trus
tees subsequent to the above date. All
suppllei to he delhered as needed,
subject to the approval of the Super
intendent and paid lor monthlv. A
certified check lor not less than G
per cpnt of the amount of the bid
must accompany the bid. The Board
reserves the right to reject any and
all tiids. or to accept any proposition
favorable to the stativ
For additional Information apply at
to office of the Superintendent Utah
i Industrial School. Oden. I'tah
E. G QOWANS, Superintendent.
M. VAN DE GRAAF. Clerk.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MET
ing of the shareholders of the Erst
j National bank ot Ogden, T'tah. will be
I held in their banking room ;it -JJi-1
Washington avenue, Ogden. on Tues
day, January 14, 1918, at 11 a n ,
for the purpose of electing directors to
j serve for the ensuing year, and to
I transact all other business that may
; properly come before said meeting
JOHN PINGREE, Cashier.
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual rm-unn of the stockholders ol
the Ogden Bench Canal and Water
, company will bo held in the court
C. D IVES, 380 Twentv-fifth St.
PAINTING, paperhanging a. id tinting.
Y den Hoi tog, phone 71-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave PhODe
19f W. Residence phone 2129-W. 646
Wets! ington avenue 6-11-tf
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 24t5 Wash. Phone 850.
I BUY real estate. Frank Hender
shot. Under Utah Nafl Bank. 1-6 tf
OGDEN STAMP W ORKS. phone 4ii
or mall card if jou wish us to call'
with samples. Office, Spargo's
CITY SCAVENGER, McCaity & Co.,
2728 GrauL Bell phone 201S-W
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
lothlng and shoe?, bought, sold or
exchanged; also tiunks ind suitcases
cheap A Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw .ntv-fifth SL 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington ave ; 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and 6old; prices
wblch no other itt e can equal
SHOE REPAIR SHOP.
M ROSENBERG. 2f.l 25th st.; all
work done by hand and fully guar
anteed; machinery cuts ana ruins
2l'. Grant. Stfp around the corner
and take a shot. lmo
RIGHT NOW give your heating
stoves a thought then Summeril).
2304 Washington Ave.
IsPIRELLA CORSET. lira. Smith
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDER BROS Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing. Phono
342-J. Office 368 24th St. 1-4-lmo
TAILORING, DRY CLEANING
(' A EKLUPfD, Tailor, Cleaning. Re
pairing Upstairs, 2465 Wash. Ave.
Phone 348-W 12-30 lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J M'K I.N N ON. 2202 Wash. Ave. Car
riage and Auto painting.
E. A, RUNDY, D. V. 3. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital. 215C Washington
house, on Monday, January 13, 1913.
at B p. m., for the purpose of hear
ing the financial report of the secre
tary and treasurer for the year 1912.
ami lor the transaction of any other
business that ma properly com be
lore the meeting.
A. T WRIGHT, Prea.
A. D. CHAMBERS. Secy.
Dated, Ogden, Utah, December 27,
The rfular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Commercial Na
tional Bank of Ogden, Utah, will be
held ;ii their banking rooms, Tuesda
January 14, a t 30 p m.. for
the purpose of electing directors to
lerve for the ensuing year, and the
transaction of such business ns may
properly come before the meeting,
l 'ated Ogden, I tah, Jamiar I. 1913,
R. A. MOVES, Cashier.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No 74, meets In K. of
P. hall In tho Utah National ban
building very Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E, Autb. Clerk, First National
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES 1
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4. O. E S., regular meetings held
ai Masonic hal on Washington ae
between 2"jth and 26th sts . the first i
and third Fridays of each month So-
journing members cordially invited to j
attend. Fauuio M Whittemore, W.
M., Callie E. Cave. Secretary
Unity Lodge, No. 18, F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple. 2t6u Washinctou
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members of j
I Sister Lodges and sojourning breturen I
cordially invited to attend. H. L.
Herrlngton. W. M- Folix T. Mooro,
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
j night at 7:30 o'clock, K of P. ball.
jVisting neighbors Invited Dues can
'bo paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge. M. D..
57-58 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
jO. N, 2543 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Mar.e Crites. Clerk, 2731
Sogo Lily Circle Noi 171 meets ev
Icry second and fourth Thursday
J nights at 8 p m., In L O. O. F. hall.
Vibltlng neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary L. lilixt. G N , 451 31st St. Kate
i Heyman. Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
Royal Neighbors Of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
Of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Finley, M D.. room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson. Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Quincy
Modern Woodmen ol America
("tab Camp .o 9990 meets every tirst
and thud l uesday evening at 8 o'clock
,u K ol H hi II. Twenty-fourth and
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers Invited. A. O. Jones, Consul J.
H Shafer. Clerk.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. ra., at
1'nion Labor hall. Visiting members
cordially invited. Andrew W. Nelson,
ll. P. Win. Muller. Sec aud Treas ,
582 Washington Ave.
Kul-hts of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No .. Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle ball. I'tah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening All K of
P.' requested to meet with us. Ceo.
B. HarL C C. W. G. Kind. M. of E.
V. L Underwood. K. ot R. & S
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No I, L. 0. T. M., meets every
tirst and third Thursday evenings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursda) afternoons at 2:20 o'clock,
In Eagles ball, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially invited to it
tend. Kathryn Egt'lcston, L. C. L
Jennie Prout. It. K.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
I Aerie, No. 118. F O E.. meets every
I Wednesday evening at Eagle hall,
j Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
thj aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos Leslie. W. Presi
dent. E R. Geiger, Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardleigh. Aerie Physician.
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 1218, Order of Owls, meets ev
ery Frldaj evening In their own hail
(the old Elk club rooms) at 3
(o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are in
vited to attend the nest meetings .
I! Wright President. T S Shaugh
uessy Secretary, 231 Twenty-fifth
Queen City Rebekah Lodge. No. 4
1 O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members Invited Anna
Kissel N. O. Emma Meid, Recording
! Secretary. 728 Twenty-third St
Brotherhood of American Yocmen
Ogden Homestead. No 1505, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K P.
hall. Visiting Archers are cordiallv
Invited to meet with us. W. S
! O'Brien, Foreman. 2538 Grammercy
'avenue.' J. A. Junk, Correspondent
1 ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisements cost one cent
per word each Iseue, 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 rat; of
2T cents per I per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-age words make a line All
advertisem-nts on this page must to I
paid in advance- No exceotion to this I
V NTKD Comp' i' ni ir f,jr house
work- small family; highest wagea
2720 Adams. Phone 1710. 1-6-tl
GOOD frl for Bneral house work.
9350 Adauis. Mrs. Albert Scowcroft
GIRL for reception room work Thorn.
as Studio, 24f.7 Wash 1-4-lt
LADY invassers. Arabian Tea Im
port: 'o , phone 110, 2270 Wash
YOUNG ladies wanted to train at
Berges hospital, 2100 Wash, ll-30-tf
EXPERIENCED nurse 20G4 Jeff.
DRESSMAKING Reasonable prices
1454-J. 27S 22d sL 10-23-lmo
TO THE Business Men, Housewives---Sanitary
Garbage and Waste Paper
Co., Is now prepared to furnish you
a sanitary can. haul your waste pa
per and garbage Office 243812
I Wash. Prices reasonable Phone C20.
PARTNER wanted for theatrical com.
pany; splendid money -making at
traction Call on J W. Randolph,
Cherry Theatre, 225 25th St, l-6-2t
MALE AND FEMALE.
MAN and wife, wife to assist with
general housework, man must thor
I ougbly understand dairy and taking
care of cows, good steady job to right
partv 3 room houBe if party deslr?s
to live private io per month v ith
1 hance for advance if party proves to
be able to justify it None but a fully
experienced milker who understands
his business need apply. Address
Dillon Suburb Ranch. Dillon, Mont
ONE furnished room in modern ter
race. 234 23rd. 1-6-lwk
, THREE furnished rooms; housekeep
ing. 2137 Grant. 1-3-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2220 Lincoln ave. 1 3-tf
iFCRNlSHED housekeeping rooms,
strictly modern. 5fi9 22nd St
! 2 FI'RNTSHED housekeeping rooms
$10.00 2946 Childs Ae Phone
j 1857-W. 1-3-lwk
ROOMS for light housekeeping; lights.
I bath and gas. 2613 Wash. 1-2-lwk
I HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas. bath;!
also sleeping rooms. 427 24th st.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe ave. 12-20-lmo
FURNISHED and unlurnlshed flats.
25S"! Grant. 0-26-Cmo'
ROOMS for housekeeping Utahua.
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD with or without room. L'Jo
WHY renf Good modern homes from
! $1100 up; eaS) terms. Tel. 1427.
I4.ROOM brie house; barn and c?l
1 lar; large lot Applv 315 12th Sr
1 4-1 w 1
ONE 5-reom modern, also one 3-1
room house. 8602 Wash. 12-27-lwk j
ONE 4-room house. $10 a month Call
phone 967. 12-6-tt j
G-ROOM. modern, brick house. 579
24tb SL Applv Horocks Bros.
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
HIGH class farm land. Wedell
5-ROOMS. modern; fine location. On,
the Bench. i72 2::rd. Phone 2268-R
j FOR RENT
MODERN housekeeping apt . b.ith.
gas range, disappearing beds,
cheap 2266 Washington ave.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
TO BUY 4 or 5 room house on easy j
terms. Address J. D.; can Stand- '
ard. 1-2-lwk J
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS fl
IRON block and tackle with long one-
inch rope. Inquire at Standard fl
FURNITURE of 3 rooms for house" fl
keeping, including piano and sew- fH
ing machine. 230 24th St. 1-4-lwk WM
ADVANCE Poultry Yards Am now I
booking orders for incubators and HI
brooders; day old chicks. C. W. H
Mack, Prop., 1521 Ogden Ave. 1-4-lwk
KINDLING wood YaiM on Hudson yH
1 Ave . bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone M
617-J 12-28-tf ifl
GOOD Cuttei for sale cheap, also fl
housekeeping :001ns .'o.- ient. Phono
ONE 7-p.i3:;cnger loie-dcur i.ouiing ,
car, 1911 model; electric side and fl
.tall lights, newly painted and over-
j hauled, bargain if taken at once, sell
! or trade. J. W. Nickson, Becraft gar- H
: age. Phone 604. 12-13-tf H
I FINE violin; new and old. at ex- I
j tremely low prices. Cash or install- I
, mente Pantone, 425 32nd SL j
j PIANOS and playTre at lowest po. .1- V
ble prices. Pantone, 425 32nd St, H
GOOD dairy cows at Bingham. Feed j
yards. 225 24th st. Phone 229.
Blackman 6t Toone, props. Yard open I
day and night. 11-22-tf
' GOOD cheap lumber. 244 27th St.
MONEY TO LOAN Ifl
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate H.
A Purdy, 23rd and Wash ave. '11
MOVLY TO LOAN on real estate;
H00 estate contracts and jjH
mortgages bought and sold. '1
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO., llfl
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11. fjHjfl
MONEY to loan on watches, dla- '
monds, jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established H
1SS5 The Money Lenders of Ogden. I H
278 25th et. C. H. Smith, Prop. W
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You fl
can get It today. Cheapest rates, J
best and most private terms In Utah, j
D D Drake, over Paine & HuraL
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved I
farm or citj property. HUNTER & B
KENNEDY, 502 First National bldg.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
jty. J. J. Brummltt. 4-27-tf
WANTED DfHSCELLANEOUS I
KIDS come runnln 3-1'ic Girls take
em half price. Ma New "White- V
house" bath tub, $23. Alvord and anv- H
thing Tel. 333-W. 1-3-tf
WANTED Curtains to Laundry. TH
Phone 1644-W 3207 Wash. Ave. H
MADAME YOGIS, the greatest fee- !
seer, astrologist. palm and card 'M
! leader' Call and be convinced 160
St Le ",rande Cottage. 1-4 lwk
THE parties who have lost a voting
Hereford ster will please commun-
with ibe superintendent of the H
1 tah State school for the Deaf' and
Blind. -;0t jH
fOB REAL ESTATE I
FOUR-ROOM modern bouse on Jeff"" A
erson large lot at i.aigaiD Also iH
nine-room house one -block (mm Wash- H
ington on lieneh ac hall price Call at JH
n 36! 11 dams, or phone 1472-W iH
5 -ACRE chicken and iruit ranch neat H
town; good plant cheap. $1.0PC
1 i-h lialan ? lorn.; lime. low interest. H
c d' ives. 380 Twenty-fifth St. H
WILL BUILD HOME to suit customer
Price reasonable Location Ideal
Ku v payments. No commisaloW j
l-'vervthlns 'o customers adnte H
Phone 1427. '2-1-lmc
HOME FOR SALE
NEW brJck bunealow larg3in: easy IH
terms. C. D Ives. 380 25th S lUlfl
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LOST Purse contiiinlnp garnet rlnc
on Washington ave bet Lnion T--3
Co and Carver's grocery store. Re-
1 1, in to Standard office Reward IH