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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913. ffc
L 1 . . 3 if;
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
lng of the shareholders of tho F.Vst
National bank of Ogden, Utah, will be
hold In their banking room at LS-i
it- Washington avenue, Ogden. on Tuo.i-
day, January 14, 1913. at 11 r. u
for the purpose of electing directors tr
l servo for the ensuing year, and to
"Hi transact all other business that ma
1 U- properly come before said meeting
JOHN PINGREE, Cashier."
hjt, The regular annual meeting of the
artf. ahareholders of the Commercial Na
tional Rank of Ogden, Utah, will be
Uj held at their banking rooms, Tuesday
e January 14. 1913, at 4 :30 p, m, for
Hi. the purpose of electing directors to
jj, serve for the ensuing year, and the
transaction of Bueh business as may
properly come before the meeting
Dated Ogden, Utah, 1anuarv 4, 1913
R. A. MOVES, Cashier.
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A
Boi FRANCHISE TO THE OGDEN RAP
QM! ID TRANSIT COMPANY. ITS SVC
W CESSORS AND ASSIGNS. FOR THE
ita CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION
OF A RAILROAD. OVER UPON AND
Jl ALONG A CERTAIN PORTION OF
llkh THE OGDEN CANYON ROAD SIT
UATED IN THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
J QUARTER OF SECTION 17 IN
TOWNSHIP 0 NORTH. RANGE 1
EAST. AND THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION lfi. IN
V TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH. RANGE 1
EAST, AND THE SOUTH HALF OF
' THE NORTHWEST QTT ARTER OF
' 7? SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH,
RANGE 1 EAST.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM
MISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF
WEBER. IN THE STATE OF UTAH.
,w ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS
Section 1 That there is hereby
granted to the Ogden Rapid Transit
Company, a corporation, its success
ors or assigns, the right to construct,
maintain and operate for the full and
CED continuous period of fifty i ."0 1 years,
from the date of the passage of this
ordinance, a single track railway, to
fS gether with necessary side tracks.
Ijjl switches or spurs for ihe transporta
7J? tion of passencers. freight, express
and mail over and along that portion
Pit ' tno Osden Canyon road situated in
the northeast quarter of th south
east quarter of section 17. in township
i f north rango 1 east, Salt Lake me
lidian, Weber county, Utah, which
MGP' is more particularly described as fol
thortt lows, to-wit: One and one-half
H rt Ml-2) rods on each side of tho fol
io' lowing center line: Beginning at a
point, approximately 4S5 feet north
apti from the southwest corner of the
e-ojg northeast, quarter ot ibe soutln-a-i
quarter of section 17. and running
thence north 79 dog 16 nun. east 660
W'l toot, thence south 77 de? 44 min east
o.'l feet, thence south fit Jeg 44 min.
"IDti east 27.0 feet, to the east, line of B6C
Hon 17 aforesaid, said point being
3S5 feet north from the southwest cor
M ner of the northwest quarter oi th
orf southwest quarter of section 16; and
One and one-half (1 l-2i rods on
hf each sine of the following center line
Beginning at a point on the section
lis SI line north 3S5 feet from the southwest
tariff corner of Hie northwest quarter oi
ible I the southwest quarter o! said section
9H 10, and running thence south 64 deg. I
if & 4 1 min east l'u feet, thence north
80 deg 47 min. east 600 feet, theme
) pt; north 7u deg 17 min ea'-t 300 feet,
Ot 6 thence north 54 ieg 17 nun. ert -i 225
b(rs feet, thetifp north 15 deg. 17 min.
ita east 17o feet to the i .ist line of the
ndf1 fort acres, excepting therefrom, how
isws ever, that part 0r portion of S3id
,r te highway upon which the "Winslow"
hotel now stands the riht of way
re rr srnnled for said railway to extend
u? along the outh line Oi th aforesaid
i t described highwa and county road
g except that part or portion thereol
in Ik "lwri whicn said "Winslow " hotei
5 now stands, and at that point said
right of wav is granted along the
it to so"tb side of the said highway ami
t t rountv road immediately In front of
said "W inslow" hotel.
Also one and one-half fl 1-2) rods
on each side of the Following center
line: Commencing at a point where
the co-. iii to.-d in -:deu t'ninon
- crosses tho iesi hue of the north
east quarter of the southwesl quarter
oi section sixteen 116), township six
f6i north, range one (1 eaM. of the
. Salt LaUe meridian, U S survey,
)m which point 53R.1 feel, more or less,
north of the southwest corner of said
northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter section, and running thence
rj north So d'. 17 mlu H.ust 1100 feet,
ft, 1 thence south 77 deg. 4 3 min eat 600
Bt feet, thence north 78 deg 47 ruin
It eflBt ieo1' thence north 41 de? 47
(B min. east ZOO fet. thence north 74
H dee 17 mil) east feet . thence
north 6'. deg 17 min. east 245 feet,
, 1 hence north "5 deg. t7 min.
KH feet, thence north 47 de r,7 min.
8BSi east 400 feet, thence south 86 deg on
ffF min east. 360 feet, thence north 56
)H$J deg 00 min. east 469 feet, to the east
Eijjn llnr of section 1G. Beginnlnp with
MFm th west Hue of section 15, township
B 6 north, rnnce 1 east, of the Salt
Hj lfike meridian, U. S. survey, thence
Hk north 56 deg. 00 min east 180 feet,
H thence north 81 deg 00 min. east 18u
jig; feftt, thence north 66 dec 0,0 min. east
H r.OO teet, thence north 8G dec On rnin
tptfi east 700 feet, thence north 10 deg.
H ::0 min east 230 feet thence north
, 72 deg. 30 min. east 430 feet more or
' les'. to where the said railroad a6
now constructed leaves the said coun
ty road; and also over such other I
aw portion of the public highway in said
B I Ocden Canyon as mai now bo actually
B I occuiiled by the roadbed and appur
flf J (enances of saJd Ogden Rapid Transit
ml J Company.
f And the fnrthpr richt is pranted io
n erect and construct along such rall
7 road and uron FUch ritht of wav,
the necessary poles for trolley tians
f mission, telegraph, telephone, block.
light, signal and other wires, logeth-
er with necessary sidlnps. spurs or
passlnc tracks, under provisions oC
paragraph 2 of section 2 of this fran- I
Section 2 The above and foregoing
grant is made subject to the lollow -ing
1. That after such railroad shall
base been completed, the said Oqdon
Rapid Transit Company, Ita success
ors or assigns, shall ut-o in the op ra
tion thereof electricity, compressed or
liquefied air. gasoline or other im
proved power over steam Provided
that, in the construction thereof and
thereafter in the. handling of disabled
cars, in the clearing of wrecks or any
Bk ; other obstruction 'Jl" or along such
B raliwav teaui mn be used v.ncn-
ever electricity or other motive power
being used in oieratlng such road
-hall be inadequate or unequal to the
2. Said railwav shall be construct
ed 8u as to present the least possi
ble obstruction and inconvenience to
the traveling public, and shall be con
structed under the supervision and
direction of the Board of County
Commissioners, and shall be con--iructrrl
and maintained as directed
by the Board of County Commission
ers of Weber county, state of Utah
a nil good and substantial crossings
"hall be made and maintained by the
crantee. its successors or assigns, a)
the inteisection of all public and pri
vate streets, alleys, highways, cros3
IngS, and at all other points w her
ne essary and proscribed by the
foresaid Board of County Commis
sioners And actual construction of
said railway shall be commenced
within six (6) months aftei the date
o? the passage of tnis ordinance
3. This franchise shall not b
deemed exclusive, and nothing here
in contained 5hal1 prevent the said
Weber county from constructing or
authorizing others to construct and
maintain electric and telephone trans
mission lines, and layinc cas or water
mains upon said road or highway and
richt of way hereby granted, or al
tering or repairing In any manner the
portion of the highway used by the
said grantee; its successors or as
signs, but all such Improvements
shall be made with as little Injury
to the railway or pole lines as pos
sible., and only (except as to re
pairs necessary by reason of acci
dent or emergency) atter reasonable
notice of not less than thirty days
4. Modern Improvements used in
the operation and maintaining of
sheet or interurban railways for the
convenience, comfort and safet of
passengers and employes, shall be
adopted and used in the operation of
said railway; and when said railway
shall be constructed and completed,
cars shall be run thereon both ways,
each day, unless prevented by un
avoidable accident, or action of the
elements or some other outside pre
venting cause; and the said grantee,
its successors or assigns, shall at all
times In Ihe construction, mainte
nance, and operation of said rail-
way, be subject to and conform to 1
and w ith any and all reasonable rules, '
regulations and ordinances establish- !
ed and adopted by the Board of Conn
ty Commissioner of Weber county,
state of Utah, for the safety of the
5. Said grantee, its successors and
I assigns shall hold Weber county
harmless from any and nil damages
j which any M?rson or corporation may
suffer or sustain In the construction
I and operation of said railway through
j the default, neglect or misconduct of
I said grantee, its successors and as
signs proidd, however, that in all
such cases, the said grantee, its suc
cessors and assign?, shall first be
given notice by said county of any
claims, action or proceedlncs aeamst
such county hereunder, and be al
lowed to appear, compromise, seitle
or defend an such c laim, demand or i
action that may be made
C. Said grantee, its successors or j
assigns, shall, at Its own expense,
place the count road over and along
which the aforesaid right of way is
granted, in as good order and con
dittos as said highway now is or mav
be at the time the construction of said
railway is commenced, and said work
of placing said highway In good or
der and condition shall be done at
any time when any part of said rail
way construction Is completed or at
FUCh time as said grantee shall bp di
reOted to do so by the Board of Coun
ty ( ommlssioners
7. Said grantee. Ms successors or
assigns, shall maintain a system of
electric bells and signals at any and
all points along said right of way and
railway where said railway crosses
I the county road, and also at any and
! all points along the right of way here
bv granted, where required and or
dered so to do by the Board of Coun
ty Commissioner.- of Weber county,
state of Utah.
Section 3. The rights hereby grant -;
ad shall exist and Inure to the bene
fit of the said grantee, Its successors
or assigns, for a period of fifty (5n
years, to-wit: Until the 31st day of
December A. D. 1962; provided, writ
ten acceptance- of this ordinance and
all the terms and conditions thereof
be filed b the said Ogden Rapid
Transit Company, its successors and
assigns, yvlth tho County rierk of
Weber county, state of Utah, with
in ten 1 10 1 days after ihe passage of
Section 4 This ordinance shall be
in effect on and after the 16th day
of January, 1913. said date being not
less than fifteen ilo) days after its
Tassed this Jlst day of December.
COMMISSIONER 0 B MADSON
VOTING AYE. "
COMMISSIONER MORONI SKEEN
VOTING "AVE "
COMMISSIONER FRANK MOORE
VOTING AVE "
0 B. MADSON.
Chairman or the Beard of County
Commissioners in and for Weber
County, State of Utah
S G. DYE.
County Clerk and Ex-Officio
Clerk of the Board of ( oun
t Commissioners, in and for
eber County. State of
STATE OF UTAH, County of We
1. SAMUEL G dye duiv elected, I
qualified and acting County Clerk in'
and for the county of Weber state I
of Utah, and as such being clerk of
the Board of County Commissioners
of said county and state, do herebj
certify that the forc-folng ordinance
was passed by the Board oi ( ounty
Commissioners i Wcder county,
Utah, at a meeting held on Decem
ber 31st, 1912. And 1 do further cer
tlf that on the final passage of said
Ordinance Commissioners O. B. Mad
son. Frank Moore and Moroni Skeen
each and all voted "aye."
in witness whereof I here
unto set my hand and affixed the
official seal of my ofllce at Ogden.
Weber county. Utah, this the second
dav of January, 1913.
(Seal) S. G. DYE.
County Clerk and Clerk of Board of
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first 'and third Fridays at 8 p. m.( at
Union Labor hall. Visiting members
cordially invited Andrew W. Nelson,
I. P Wm. Muller, Sec. and Treas.,
2G82 Washington Ave.
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
G. B. DENKERS & SON Union
Printers; stationery, wedding stock,
etc. 2349 1-2 Wash Ave. Upstairs.
LAWYER O COWNOLLY, (over Nyea
Clothing store.) 2411 Wash ae.
E T. HUJLANISKI, First. National
Bank bldg. i:.'-ll-tr
J WILSON Book and loose leaf de
vice uYanufncturer. Dpstairs, 2405
Wash Phone 860, 12-30 lmo
K. VAN K AM PEN Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
st ret hlng of bed ppringB
F. J FREENOR, D. C , all acute and
'hronic diseases Rooms 13-14,
2411 Washington ave. Office hours,
, io 11:80 a. no., 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
Fit yourself tor business.
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL.
Practical business courses
Buy the lateel Mazdas They stand
both Jolts and olts. B) -'4th si Elec
tric Service Co. l-ll-1yr
DR. I H. CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave.; oJTlce phoni I7s2 res 391-M.
Manage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa
raljsis, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING-P.
Hanson s Electrical Shoe Shop, 309
24th St. Best work and material in the
city. All work guaranteed. Give us
a fial. il-JO-Jmo.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skius
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 7;, 23rd street
Old reliable companies that pay.
C D IVES, Agent, 380 25th" St.
THE CRESTON Steam honted. hot
and cold water, every room, new
and moiicrn; 50c and up Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park.
INSURANCE" AND LOANS "
FRANK HENDERSHOT Under l tali
Nat l Bank. Phone 199. 1-6-tf
OGDEf JUNK HOUSE If you bae
any kind of junk, pl:one us up, vj
will call for It Bell phone, 325-K;
Inti , 725.
WE suggest Bhotos for your friends.
Bring the kiddies for postcard
photos Expert work, nothing else.
Crawshaw Studio, Upstairs, 219 2-jth
1 1 ont inued. )
MASONIC Queen Estiier chapter
No. 4. O. E S.. regulur meetings held
ai Masonic hal on Washington ave
between 25th and 26th sis. the lirsi
I and third Fridays of each month So
I journing members cordially invited to
attehdi Fannie M Whittcmore, W.
jM, Callle E. Cave Secretaiy
i Unity Lodge, No. 18, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple. Ziou Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning ureiuren
tordialls invited to attend H. L.
Herrlng'tou, W 11. Felix T Moore,
Women of Woodcraft -Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at T.oO o'clock, K. of P. ball.
VMstlng neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M Ridge., M. D.,
57-5S Lewis block, Elizabeth Best.
G. N., 2543 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Mar.e Crites. Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No 174 meets ev-1
cry second and fourtu Thursday
nights at i m , iu 1 I) O F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invued. i
Mary E Bllact, G. N., 46 L 31st St. Kate
Heyinau, Clerk. Dell pbon UM7-J.
Modern Woouinon of America
Utah Camp No. 9990 meets every tirst
and third Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
at K of P- hdl, Twenty-fourth and
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers invited A. G. Jones, Consul J.
11 Shafer, Clerk.
Fraternal Order oi EagleB Ogden
Aerie, No. US. F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brotbei Kn;ks nro invited to attend
tho aerio meetings. Club roonm open
at 11 ri m. I bos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E R. Geiger, Secretary Dr. C.
E Wardlejgh, Aerie Physician.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, !" Monday evening. All K of
P.'b requested to meet with us. Geo
B Hart. C C. W Q. Kind. M of E.
W. L Underwood, K. of R. & S
LADIES of the Miu cabees, Sliver hive
No. I, L. O. T. M.. meets every
fiist and third Thursday eveuins at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:80 o'clock
iu Eagles' ball, 2441 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially invited to at
tend. Kathryn Epsloston, L. C. L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
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
bora Invited. Dues can bo paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Flnley. M D., room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer. Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson. Lillian Nowton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St
PAINTING, PAPERH AN31NG
PAINTING, paporhanging and tinting
Y den Hortog, phone 671-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg , Hudson Ave Phono
19f:-W Residence phone 2129-W 646
Wis) infrton avenue C-ll-tf
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 2465 Wash Phone I 1
! I BUY, teal estate. Frank Hendcr
shot, Under Utah Nat'l Bank 1-6-tf
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 451,
or mall card if you wish us to call
with Bampies. Office, Spargo's
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
.'72S Grant. Bell phone 201S-W
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
' lotbiug and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Siuer. Phono 1321. 179 1-2
Tw .ntv.flfth St. 6-n-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wl Bh
ingtun ave , 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold. prices
which uo other store can equal.
WATER Jackets for all ranees. No j
i one yet has informed us of one of
oiu s ever causing any serious trou
ble Summerill's stove repair house,
2304 Washington. Tel. 364. 1-8-lf
IsPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs Smith.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDBR BROS -Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing. Phone
342-1. Office 36S 24th St 1-4-lmo
TAILORING, DRY CLEANING
( A EK LUND. Tailor. Cleaning, Rc
I pairing. Upstairs. 2465 Wash. Ave.
Rhone 348-W 1 2-30-1 mO
! VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J. M'KINNON. 2202 Wash. Ave Car
riage and Auto painting.
E. A. RUN DY, D. V. S. Phon; 828.
UffiCM and Hospital, 215C Washington
f Cont!nueu i
Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No 4.
If O. O. F., meets second and fojrth
' Friday evenings at Oud Follows hall.
Visiting members invited. Auna
' Kissel, N G. Emma Meld. Recording
Secretary. 728 Twenty-third St
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
' Ogden Homestead. No. 15u5. meets on
j 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
ball. Visiting Archers aro cordlall;.
inlted to meet witL us W. S
O'Brien. Foreman, 253$ Gram mercy
avenue. .1 A Junk, Correspondent,
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 121. Order of Owls, meets ..
ery Friday evening In thelT own ball
(the old Elk club rooms) at S
o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are in
vited to attend the nest meetings. W.
1 1 Wright. President. T. S SIkiur'.i
nessy. Secretary, 231 Twenty-fifth
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of 1
P. boll in tho Utah National banc
building every Thursday evening at S ,
o'clock Visiting' Woodmen cordially
invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C. E. Auth. Clerk, First National
Want advertisements cosi one cent
per word each i&suc, or 5 cents per
: line of five words psr day, no first
Insertion less than 2& cents, or two
i or more lines per week at the rate of
2f cents pex Pr week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five avr-age words make a line. All
advertisements on hls Pa9c must be
paid In advance- No exceotlon to this
CHAMBERMAID. Reed hotel
GIRL for housework; good wages and
good borne 2404 Madison. Mrs.
WANTED ComP' t' tit girl for house
work . small l'n in i 1 huh. -st
27S0 Adams Phone 1710. l-r.-u
GOOD girl for general house work
2350 Adams. Mrs. Albert Scowcroft
GIRL for recoptiou room work. Thorn.
- as Studio, 2457 Wash. V-4-U
Hi UTAH-NA j I
I CHOCOLATES I
51 GIVEN AWAY I
jj In each of sixteen of the small advertise- rt
j ' ments on this page you will find one of the I
wmmmmmmalm sixteen letters which when composed spell the ; -
l words U-T-A-H-N-A C-H-O-C-O-L-A-T-E-S. H
p. advertisements containing the let-
, ters which are in parenthesis, as (U), then I I
Q cliP them from the page and paste them on H
the ballot in correct order, corresponding with
the letters at the left ot the ballot. Bring H
' them to the Standard office on Saturdav of
I eac week. The first 25 persons bringing I
I correct ballots will each receive a one-pound
I box of Utahna Chocolates. I
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I This contest begins Monday, January 13.
I?- READ THE WANT ADS j I
S and find the letters to compose the ballot. I
LADY canvassers. Arabian Tea Im
porting Co . phone 110. 2370 Wash.
Yui C ladles wanted to train at
IP iK.-s hospital. 2101, V jsh 11-30-tf
EXPERIENCED nurse. 20C-4 Jeff.
DRESSMAKING- - Reasonable, prices
H&4-J. 27S 22d bt. 10-2y-imc
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 2438'i
Wash Prices reasonable. Phone 620
WIOOW lady wishes position an
housekeeper lor widower with
small family. 3224 Lincoln Ave.
ARK YOI DOING WORK that is lay.
ine the foundation of a successful,
happy life? Or are you just drifting
aloiiK. dolnc; any work you can cet
whether ou like It or not? You
can't afiord to disregard the tuture.
!t between 17 and 25, the ape when
ou lay ihe foundation of oui life's
BUCCesi or failure, you should he at
work where everything vou do counts
If you feel that your present job will!
not lead you well onto the road to
succeed; find out what the United
States Navy will do for vou Call at
the Navy Recruiting stHtion. 2510
Washington Ave. C-(ion. I rah. and
find out everything about Navy pay,
hours, promotion, the healthy life,
physical training, and fine class of
men you'll associate with. f!et full
details about chances to learn a trade
to Bee the world and to have up mon
ey. The officers and men at the
Recruiting Station will answer every
question You'll enjoy meeting them.
even if yon decide not to enter the
vn- Writ for "The Mnkinc of al
Man-o Warsman." a free book which
describes the dally life or Navy men,1
r, simple language nnd interesting
photos Send now so vou won't put i
1 off and forget. ddress Bureau of.
Navigation. Rox 355. Navy Depart
nient. Washington. D. C. j
GOVERNMENT examinations; most j
thorough preparation. 5 Returned
H n0 appointed Particulara free
m(J,i,an Civil Service School. Wash
ington. D. C.
VGENTS Get our new proposition
begin making big money call
ins! on auto owners Full details
I,,,. P. W Roach Trading Co . Bill
CONTRACTS FOR 1913 NOW BEING
The oldest exclusive wholesale gro
, , , m, provision house m America
selling to consumers, have aeveral
htghlv desirable positions to offer hon
, b n tiling salesmen
Write for particulars naming refer
.i territorv desired
' s ioJi N SEXTON .V 'u
Lake and tgattlclln Sts.. Chicago.
Ambitious salesmen, nent appear
aiiee call on "
r, elegant aide ine; convenient .o
J' 0d commissions prompt re
ffincl Btrimont Mfg. Co., Oinclr,
TRAYEI INO; salary and expenaea or
commission; must be active ambi
tious, energetic, splendid opportunity,
tnrmer experience "Ot essuntlal.
L ,(i Mark Agency Co. Denver. Colo
FU RNISH CD ROOMS.
MODERN furnished rooms with gas.
-'.'hi Lincoln Ave. 1-ll-lwk
TWO rooms for light housekeeping,
with batb. 4SG 22nd st. 1-ll lwk
NICELY furnished o and 3 room apt.;
Btrictly modern; ideal location; no
children 2341 Adams. 1-S-lwk
THREE rooms. $5.00 per month Git
Sullivan Ave i-9-6t
MODERN housekeeping rooms lea
sonable. 2759 Grant. l-8-6t
ONE furnished room in modern ter
ra, e. 234 2:'.rd 1-6-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath,
also sleeping rooms. 427 24th st.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2353 Mon
roe ave. 12-20-lmo
FURNISHED and unturnisbed flats.
2GJI Grant. 3-2G-6mo
ROOMS for housekeeping Utahna
FOR RENT Furnished new clean
comfortab'e housekeeping rooms :2
wk. up 516 21st st. S-13-lyr
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD with or without room 2258
A COMFORTABLE --room hpuae on
the bench Call room 403 First Na
tional bank. 1-lu-tf
4-ROOM house. $12. 3279 Adams ave.
Apply 440 27th 1.10-lwk
WHY rent" Good modern home from
51 ion up; eaey terms Tel 1427.
4-ROOM brick bouse: b3rn and cel
lar large lot Applv JK I2'.h St.
1 -4-1 wk
ONE 5 -room modem. also one 3
rooin house. 3603 Wash 12-27-lwk
ONE 4 -room house. $10 a month Call
phone 967. 12-6-tt
l-ROOM hirniahed house. ''-i Lin
coln. Call 133-25th St. 1-9-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt.; bath.
gas range, disappearing beds;
rb an 2266 Washington ave.
FOR RENT STORES
STORE Tor rent. The I L Clark
room Apply to Stafford Mlllinerv
Co. 1 U-iwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE or trade 15 acres of the
best fruit land in Colorado, will
trade tor horses, cattle or a billiard
outfit Sec- F Allan McGuire. 322
24th St. Mi-It
GOOD milch cow 350 ISth. I-8-tWk
IRON block ;md tackle with long one
Inch rope. Inquire at Standard
FURNITURE of 3 rooms for house
keeping, including pi;iuo and .-tew-iug
machine 230 34th Bt 1-4-lwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ADVANCE Poultry Yards. Are now
booking orders for incubators and
brooders, day old chicks. C W.
Mack, Prop., 1521 Ogden Ave. 1-4-lwk
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet. 2jrd and 24th Sti. Phone .
GOOD Cutter for sale cheap; also
housekeeping rooms for rent. Phono
; FINE violin; new' and old, at ex- f -tremely
low prices. Cash or install
ments. Pantone, 425 32nd St
PIANOS and players at lowest pc: i
ble prices. Pantone, 425 32nd Su
GOOD cheap lumber. 244 27th St.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN oa real eatate. II.
A Purdy, 23rd and Wash ave.
12 24-1 mo
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
$iuti up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.,
2111 W ashington Ave., Room 11
i MONEY to loan on watcbes. dia
monds, jewelry, firearms, etc I n- H
' cle Sam s Loan Office, established
1885. The Monej Lenders of Ogden.
, 27S 25th sL C. H Sniltti. Prop.
j CHATTEL loans, salarv loans. You
can get It today. Cheapest rates.
! best and most private terms In Utah.
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst j
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved I
farm or city property HUNTER & j
KENNEDY, 502 First National bids.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur- I
ity. J. J Brummitt. 4-27-tf j
KIDS come runnin 3-10c. Gins take
'em half price. Ma Now "White- j
house' bath tub, $23. Alvord and an - i
thing Tel. 333 -W. 1-3-tf
YANTED Curtains to Laundry. H
Phono 1644-W 3207 Wash. Ave.
LISTEN, H EAR I I
i MADAME YOGIS, the greatest fore
seer, astrologlst. palm and card
reader. Call and bo convinced. 151
26th St Le Grande Cottage. 1-4-lwi-
THE parties who have lost a young
Hereford steer will please eommun
j, ate w ith the Superintendent of the I
Utah State school for the Deaf ar..i I
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
5-ACRE chicken and lruit ranch near
town; good plant cheap; $1,000 I
cash, balance long time, low interest. I
C D. tVES, 3S0 Twenty-fifth St :
prTtSE containing $1140 bet. 23rd I
and 30th on Wash Ave. Return to I
Standard. Reward. l--2t
BABY CHICKS. H
S C. White Leghorns. Brown Leg
horns Place your order now for b..i -
cblcks We guarantee satisfaction
Write for price list Orland Hatchery,
Orland, Glenn Co, Cui. Ul-amt