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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 iqn flsi
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GOOD jelrl for general housework,
2539 Grant 1-18-lwk
ANY lady can earn $40 00 monthly,
copying letters, spare time at home
Booklet 10 cents in silver Tells how
American copying association, Wash
ington, D C.
WANTED An experienced girl for
housework in small family near
High school Call 265u Monroe
Phone 856-J 1-16 lwk
GOOD girl for general housework,
small family Apply to Dr. C F
J Osgood. 116 1vk
WANTED Good girl for housework;
first class wages, no washing or
ironing (A) 574 24th St. 1-13-tf
GOOD girl for general house woik I
2350 Adams. Mrs. Albort Scowcroft
LADY canvassers Arabian Tea Im
porting Co . phoue 110, 2370 Wash.
DRESSMAKING- -Reasonable. prices
1454-J 278 22d st, 10-29-lmc
E? EXPERIENCED nurse, phone 21 9 -W.
FIRST-CLASS COOK or chamber
maid. Apply Phone 1951-R. l-17-2t
YOUNG lady want3 work bv the day
Phone lCl'O-R. ' l-15-lwk
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 Vfi
Wash. Prices reasonable. Phone f!20
ARE YOU DOING WORK that is lay.
Ing the foundation of a successful,
happy life" Or are you just drifting
along, dolnp anv work you can gel
whether you like It or not" You
csn't afford to disregard the future.
If between 17 and 26, the age when
you lay the foundation of your life's
success or failure, you should be at
work where everything you do CO ints
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 you Call at
the Navy Recruiting Station, 2510 j
Washington Ave. Ogden. 1'tah, and'
j find out evervthing about Navy pay,
hours, promotion, the health life
physical training, and fine class of
men you'll associate with Get full
details about chances to learn a trade,
bp see ihe world and to have up mon
ey. The officers and men at the
Recruiting Station will answer per
nuostion Youll enjoy meeting them,
.j pion if yon decide not to enter the
Navy. Write for "The Making of a
Man-n Warsnian," a free book which
describes the daily Hfr- of Navy men,
R in simple language and interesting
photos Send now so you won't put
li off and forget Address Bureau of
m Navigation, Box 355, Naw Depart -mem!
Washington, D. C.
( GOVERNMENT examinations; most
thorough preparation, Returned
If not appointed Particulars free
American Civil Service School, Wash
ington, D. C.
MAN who understands dairy cows to
take farm on shares. V. D Wedell.
DISTRICT Agent for Ogden by acci
dent and health Insurance I o Bus
iness established. liberal commis
sions . exclusive contract, references
required Address G. C. Fuller. 507
Walker Bank Bldg., Salt Lake Cltj
MAN who understands dairy cows to
take farm on shares. W. B Wedell,
AGENTS Hero's your opportunity to
handle our big proposition which
sells at sight Big profits Particu
lars free Ada Specialty Co., Em
pire Bldg., Boise. Ida.
AGENTS wanted who desire to in
crease their daily Income without
interfering with present occupation
Write today foi particulars. Address
Behen'B Specialty Co., Great Falls,
AGENTS Get our new proposition
and begin making big money call
ing on auto owners Full details
free. P W. Roach Trading Co., Bill
CONTRACTS FOR 1913
NOW BEING CLOSED
THE oldest, exclusive wholesale gro
cery and provision house in Amer
ica telling to consumers, have sei -eral
highly desirable positions to of
fer honest, willing salesmen. Write
for particulars, naming references
and territory desired.
JOHN SEXTON ft CO.,
LAKE &. FRANKLIN STS., CHICAGO
SELL groceries direct to farmers fn
Jour community for the largest
wholesale house selling direct by
samples, all goodg guaranteed. Drop
shipments or car load; permanent
j positions woith to $100 per week
and up; liberal terms; give refer
ences Address Dept. C, Hitchcock
Hill & Co., Chicago.
SALESMEN to sell new educational
specialty to school boards Exclu
sive Territory. No competition Lib
eral proposition I'nion School Fur
nishing company 1034 W N an
Huron St , Chicago. Ill
AMBITIOUS Salesmen, neat appear
ance, call on Merchants In their
territory elegant sideline, conveni
ent to carry; good commissions,
'prompt remittance Belmont Mfg. Co,
MODERN housekeeping rooms L'TV.i
Grant Ave. 1-17-lwk
ROOMS for light housekeeping, lights.
h;ith r.nd gas 2613 Wash 1-16-lwfc
TWO housekeeping rocms, modern,
gas l'i 2201 Lincoln Ave
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22d st
BACHING quarters Room in rear
on ground floor, with some shed
room Address B. L. Cars Standard
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2363 Mon
roe ave 12 20 1 mo
FURNISHED aDd unfurnished flats.
2034 Gram 9-26-6mo
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, 2
wk. up 536 SIM st. 8-13-lvr
ROOMS for housekeeping Utahna
70UNG man wishes 1 or 2 rooms In
modern house. In outskirts of tr.wn
Address Postof flee' Box 43" 1-14-lw k
BOARL AND ROOM.
BOARD with or without room 2258
. FOR RNT
' THREE rooms, $5 00 nr month. 614
Sullivan Ave. l-9-6t
FOR ent, after Feb. 1. one of Dr.
Rich s flats. 2465 .fefferson ave ;
$35 per month Tel. 609. 1-17-tt
3-ROOM house, bath and electric
lights, near corner 23rd and Jeff,
ave. Inquire 2014 Wash, ave 1-lti Iwk
; FIVE-ROOM house. modern, 2419
Monroe ave. Apply A. B. Canfield.
Phone 1178 1-16-tr
5-ROOM modern brick, fine location
on hench, gas, porches
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St.
'FOR RENT One fne-roomed mod
ern house; brand new on bench.
! One seven-roomed modem brick on
bench. To Exchange 1912 Automo
bile; good as new- for city lots. Call
, 913 1-11 -It
A COMFORTABLE 3 -room hous
the bench Call room 403 First Na
tional hank. 1-10-tt
6-ROOM modern; close in; desirable.
C D. IVES. :J80 2Mb St
ONE 4-room house. $li a month Call
phone 9C7. 12-6-tt
WHY rent" Good modern homes from
$1100 up; eis terms. (E) Tel. 1427.
,4-ROOM hrtck bouse; barn ano cel
lar; large lot Apply 315 12tll Sr.
1 4-1 A' n.
POUR-ROOM house Ti close in on
bench 1472-W 1 li-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt.; bath.
gas range. disappearing beds;
cheap. 2266 Washington ave
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
PULL sized ink barrels, 81.00 apiece.
ALMOST new furnituiv In bulk or by
piece; cheap tor cash 211T. Adams
IRON block and tackle with long one
inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bel. 23rd and 24th Sts Phone
GOOD Cutter for sale cheap; also
housekeeping rooms for rent Phono
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
4 ACRES chicken or fruit ranch on
car line; modern house. Ifi w.iter
light; fine plant well equipped. Readj
to utarl hatching. Call .1 C. Parr,
Eajt of Ice House r,n Canyon Car line
NEW brick bungalow bargain; ca6
terms. C D. IVES, 380 26th St.
BEST LOTS in the City. P. llender
shot. under Ut Nat l Bank Phone
WILL sell cheap desirable, modern
modern cottage close In. Would
tak unimproved lots close In, in part
payment Phone 1 5 7 4 - W . 1-lG-lwk
4-ROOM mod.rn brick cottage, close
In on bench (N). will sell cheap
on easy terms Apply 2411 Washing
ton ave, room 11. i-13-lwk
MONEY TO LOAN
MONET to loan on real estate. H
A Purdy, 217b Washington ave . 2d
; floor 2-24-lmo
Moiip to loan on city and farm
propertj Vnj amount, no delay
I Mhthews-McCuIIoch Co., under First
Nat l. Bank. Phone 301-W
J MONEY TO LOAN on real estate.
$lmi up real estate contracts and
. mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEvL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave. Room 11.
J MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
do Sams Loan Office, established
18S3 The Money Lenders 01 Ogdcn
278 25th 81. C. H. Smltli. Prop
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today. Cheapest rates,
! best and most private teims in Utah
I D D Drake, over Paine &. Hurst.
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
larm or city property HUNTER &.
KENNEDY, 002 First National bldg.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. (T) .J. J. Brummlt 4-27-tf
MADAME YOGIS, the greatest fore
seer, astrologist, palm and card
reader Call and be convinced 150
2Gth St (H) Le Grande Cottage
PI RSE containing $1140 bet 23rd
and 30th on Wash. Ave. Return to
Standard. (S) Reward l-S-2t
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near '"sn for house, close in
C D IVES. 380 26th st l-15-lyr
S C. W hite Leghorns, Brown Leg
horns. Place your order now for baby
chicks We guarantee satisfaction.
Write for price list. Orland Hatchery
Orl.ind. Glenn Co.. Cal. l-ll-;5mo.
KIDS crime rnnnic 2-10c Girls tako '
'em half price. Ma New 'White
house" bath tub, $2:J. Alvord and an- I
thing. Tel 3oJ-W 1-3-tfj
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
LAWYER O'CO. -NOLLY, (over Nyc3
Clothing Stoto.) 2411 Wash ave.
E. T HULANISKI. First National
Bank bldg. 12-11-tf
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de
rice manufacturer L'pstairB. 2405
Wash (CI Phone 850. 12-30-lmo
K ,N MAM PEN Phone S83 for up.
bolstering, mattreai mukine. re
etretobing of bed eprings
F. J FRBENOR, D. C; all acute and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-14,
2411 Washington ave. Office hours.
3 to 11:30 a. id, l to 5p m ll-5-ti
Pit yourself for business.
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL.
Practical business i uurserf.
Buy Ihe latest Mazdas. They stand
both jolts and volts. By 24th st. Elec-1
trie Service Co. Ml-lyr
DR. J H. CARTER, 2:;i6 Washington
ave., office phon 1752; res.. 391-M.
Massage, electric and vibrator treat-j
raent for the cure of rheumatism, pa-
ralygls, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyrj
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P.
Hansen's Electrl-cl Shoe Shop, 309 j
24th St Best work and material in the
city All work guaranteed. Giv us
a trial. 11-30-mo
PRANK HEN'DERSIIOT. under "utTh
Nat l Dank (Hi Phone 322-J.
OLD reliable companies that pav
C. D ives. kgentj 380 26th St.
FURS cleaned and icmodeled, skins
dren3ea, work guaranteed. T. Ga
1 Jewsky, 375 2Jrd street
THE CRESTON-Steam" heated, hot
and cold water, everv room new
ano modern; 50c and up. Twenty,
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOU8E If you hare
an kind of Junk, phono us up We
will call Tor it. Tel. 210.
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty - fifth SL
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting.
1 den Hortog, phone 571-R,
WE suggest Photos for your friends
Bring the kiddles for postcard
photos. Expert work, nothing else.
Crawshaw Studio, Upstairs jpj 25th
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND. Physician and
Surgeon Office hours "11 to 4 p. m
New Peer; Bldg.. flunsou Ave Phone
19C -W Residence phoue 2129 -W 64C
Wael ington avenue 6-11-tf
G. B DKNKERS & SON L'nloTi
Printers; Btationeryj redding stock,
etc, 2349 1-2 Wash ve. Upstairs.
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do t;ood
work 2465 (O) Wash. Phone 850.
L2 o-l mo
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 4L
or mall cird if you wish us to call
with samples (C) Office Spargo'fl
CITY SCAVENGER, Mctart; ft Co,
2T2S Grant. Bell phone 201S-W
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
lotbirifi and shoes, bouRht. sold 01
exchanged . also fninks and BuitcaBes
cheap A Siner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.nt-'-fifth St 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington ave.; 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold prices
which du other store can equal
WATER jackets for all ranuns No
one yet has informed us of one of
ours ever causing any serious trou
ble. SummeriU's stove repair house,
2804 Washington. (O) Tel. 364. 1-8-tf
SPIRELLA CORSET. (A) Mrs Smith
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NVLANDER BROS Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing Phone
342-J Office :JCS 21th St 1-4-lmo
TAILORING, DRY CLEANING
C LKLUND. 'Iailor. Cleaning Re
pairing. Upstairs, 2465 Wash Ave
Phone 348-W. 12-30-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J. M'KINNON. 2202 Wash. Ave Cur
riaoe and (L) Auto painting.
E. A. RUN DY, D. V. S. Phoni 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
Nu 4. O. E. S.. regular meetings held
ai Masonic hal on Washington ave.
between 25th and 26th st6.. the first
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially invited to
.it te nd Pannle M Whittemorc, U .
M. ; Callie E Cave, Secretary.
Unity Lodge. No. 18, F ft A. M .
Masonic Temple. SJf6u Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojouruiug brethren
cordially invited to attend H. L.
Hernugton, W. M. Felix T. Moore,
Women of Woodcralt -Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock. K. of P. hali.
istini; neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M Ridge. M D.,
57-68 Lewis block, Elizabeth Best.
G. N, 2543 Lincolu avenue, phoue
1903-J. Mar.e Crites, Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev
en second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. in., in 1. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
Mary L. Blixt, C. N'.. 451 31st St. Kate
Hey'man, Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogrlen
Aerie, No 118t F. O. E. meets every
Wednesday evening at Eaglo hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E. R. Gelger Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardleigh, Aerie Physician
Knights of Pythias Ogden Ixxlgo
No. 2. Knights of Pythias, raet'ts at
fastle hall, Utah National hank bulld
ini, very Monday evening. All K of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Ceo.
B Hart. C C W. U Kind, fcf. of E.
W. L Underwood, K. of R. & S
Queen City Rebekah Lodge. No. 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members iuvlted Anna
Kissel N. G. Emma Meid, Recording
Secretary. 728 Twenty -third St
Modern Woodmen ot America
Utah CamP ;' 99yo 'eets every first
,ind third Tuesday ev.-ninK at 8 o'clock
at K. of P hall. Twenty fourth and
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers invited. A G Jones, Consul. J.
H. Shafer. Cierk.
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homeatead, No LB06, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
hall Visiting Archers aro cordlallv
invited to meet witL uh w. S
O'Brien, Foreman, 2538 Grammercy
avenue. L A. Junk, Correspondent,
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No 71, meets In K. of
P hall in the Utah National hank
building eery Thursday evening at 8
o'clock Visiting Woodmon cordlallv
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams.
C. C. E. Auth. Clerk, First National
Roval Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at B p. m., at
Union Labor bull. Visiting members
! cordially invited. Andrew W. Nelson. I
vv h M.uller' Sec- an'l Treaa..
2o8J Washington Ave
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
I of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hal) Visiting neigh .
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Rles-Flnley. M D. room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy
, ORDER OF OWLS-Ogden Nclt
No 1218. Order of Owls meets ev
erj Friday evening in their own hall
lithe old Elk clnb rooms) at S
O'clock isiting Brother Owls are in
vited io att.-nd the nest meetings I
C. Emmett, President I Oliver, Sec
retarv 2:11 Twenty. fifth street.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No. 1, L. O. T. M., meets everv
first and third Thursday eveuings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourrh
Thursday afternoons at 2.30 o clock.
;n Eagles' hall. 2441 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially Invited to t
lend Kathryn Esgleston. L C. L
Jennie Prout, R. K
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signer6 for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
K-tate of Frank I McCullough, oth
erwlsp known as F I McCullough,
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the
Law office of David Jensen at Num
ber 503-604 First National Bank
Building, in Ogden City, Weber Coun
ty, State of Utah, on or before four
' months after the first publication o
LEO A HARRIS.
Administrator of the Estate of
Prank I McCullough, otherwise
; known ag F. J. McCullough, deceased.
Attorney for Administrator
Date of first publication, Januan
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, in and for the
County of Weber, State of Ltah
In the Matter of the Estate of Tim
othy O'Neil, Deceased
Notice Is hereby gi pen, that in pur
suance of an Order of the District
Court of Weber County. Slate of
Utah, made on the 3rd day of Janu
arv ml.:, in the maer of the estate
of Timothy O Neil, deceased, the un
Idersigned, Administrator with the
Will annexed of the above estate will
jsell at Private Sale, in one parcel, to
the highest bidder, upon the terms
and conditions hereinafter mentioned,
j subject to confirmation by the said
Di8trir Court, on or after the 25th
'day of January 1913, all of the richt,
I title, interest and estato of the said
I Timothy O'Neil. at the time of his
death, In and to the real property
hereafter described, and all the right,
title and interest that the said estate
has. b operation of law, or other-iwis-e
acquired, other than, in addition
to that of said deceased, of, in. and
I to 'hat certain lot. piece and parcel of
'land, situate, lying and being in the
Count of Weber. State of Utah, and
j more particularly described as fol
A part of the East one-half of the
North West Quarter of Section 26,
Township North. Range One (1)
West. U. S Survey:
Beginning at the S. E. coiner o
,sal. lot on the East and West center
II p of said Section 26 at a point ! 50
chains West of North and South cen
I ter line of said Section 20; thence
'.North to County road and on center
of said Section 26: thence North to
County road and on center of said
'road 14.56 chains to center of street,
running ;md near the U P. R R
line and its crossings thence West
on ( enter of said Street 10 7u chains
to land owned ly Charles Stoddard:
I thence S. 5.H0 chains, thence West
jl chain, thence S. H.03 chains:
Itbencc East on Section center line
1155 chains to place of beginning.
Excepting from above described
' lands, beginning at a point 710 ft.
! West of S. E corner of N. W. quar
ter of said Section L'6. and running
thence North 800 ft to a ditch;
thence South Easterly along said
ditch 229 ft. thence North J degrees
30 minutes East 4i7 ft. to the Countv
road along U. P. R. R ; thence North
vVesterl aloug said road 318 it .
thence South :' degrees 17 minute- W
116 ft ; thence North 85 degrees 10
minutes W. 15 It.: thence S. 13 de
grees 25 minutes E. 59 ft.; thence S.
:: degrees E 292 ft.; thence S. 86 de
grees 25 minutes W. SO ft.; thence
S. 1 degree 24 minutes W t'.9u ft . to
the S. Lino of Quarter Section;
thence E 265 ft. to place of begin
ning, together with all water rights
used In connection with said lands.
All water used on snid land and be
longing and appertaining thereto s
included with the said real estate
Terms and conditions of sale:
Cash, as follows: (20 per cent) twen
ty per cent of the purchase money to
he paid at the time of sale, the bal
anco upon the conlirmation of the
sale. The purchaser to assume the
payment of. and take the property,
'subject to the County taxes, and all
; assessments of whatsoever name or
'nature, which are now. or may be
come hereafter chargeable or a Urn
acainst the property purchased by
All bids and offers must he in writ
ing, and may be left a the law of
fice of Joseph Cue. Esq. Attorney
for the said Administrator, with the
Will annexed, at his office, rooms
403-404 Fi rat National Bank Building.
Ogden rtah. or inav r delivered to
iIm- undersigned administrator with
the Will annexed, personal!) at anj
time after the first publication Ol this
notice and heforc the making of the
sale The right is reserved to reject j
11 '''ds 'i .
Dated Januarv 10th, 191
GEORGE 8 BARK R,
Administrator Willi Will nneod
of Estate of Timothy O'Neil, De-
lCCaSCd JOSEPH CHEZ.
Attorney for Estate
NOTICE" TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judclal District. In and for the
County of Web-, State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of
Horace N Owen. Deceased
Creditors will present claims with
Vouchers to the Undersigned Execu-
torB. at the Law Offices of Joseph l
Chez, Esq.. Rooms 40:!-4fM First Na- ll
tlonal Bank Building, Ogdon. Ltah. on d
or before the loth dav ot May A. D., a
Dated January 11, 1913, I
RClilE BADGER, i
GEORGE S BARKER,
I 'AVID JENSEN
Attorneys for Estate
In the District Court of the Fifth
Judicial District, State of Utah, Coun
I ty of Jua b
In the m.ittpr of the estate and '
guardianship of Edward M Shea and '
Marguerite Shea, minors Not if -
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order duly made by Bald
court on the twenty-second day of
July, 1rH2, the undersigned, as guard
ian of the persons and estates of Ed
ward M. Shea and Marguerite Shea,
J minors, will sell at private sale, sub
iJect to the confirmation of said court,
: all the right, title and interest of said
'minors, viz. An undivided two-ninth
interest (bHng an undivided one
ninth interest of each of said minors)
of. in and to the following real prop
erty, situate in the county of Weber,
State of Ctah, described as follows,
to w it
Parts of the Northeast and South
least quarters of Section Eighteen and
of the Northwest and Southwest quar
I tprs of Section Seventeen iii Town
ship six, North of Range One Weal
jof the Salt Lake meridian, U. S Sur
vey, in Weber County State of Utah,
desr-ribed as beginning at a point six
and 25-100 chains south of the north
east cornel of said southeast quarter
of Section Eighteen and running
thence north 72 ,-4 deg west thirteen
land 50-l00 chains, thence north nin
and Sl-100 chain thenrf. south SS
j deg east eleven nnd 26-100 c hains,
thence south 50 100 r-hains. thence
south SS deg. east ', and 53-100 chains,
thence north 1-4 deg east eleven and
27-100 chains, thmrv. east nine and 1U
100 chains, thence south three and 83
10o chains, thenrp east one anG 50
100 chains, thence south thirty-seven
land 47-100 chains, thence west nine
land 89-100 chains, thence north nine
anrl 3-4 deg west six and 85-100
chains thonr-p north eight deg. west
j ten and 65-100 rhains to section line,
thence south 75-100 of a chain, to
place of beginning
Also parts of the BOUtheaat quarter
of section seven in said township be
, ginning at a point six and 1.1 Inn
Chains east from the southwest cor
ner of said quarter section and run
ning thence east two and 56 1-3-100
chains, thence north 1-2 deg east
nineteen and 54-100 chains, thpn.
, west two and 56 1-2-100 chains, thence
south 1-2 deg. west nineteen and 54
i 100 chains, to beginning. Also begin
ning at a point eleven and 26-100
'chains eaB. from the southwest cor- j
I ner of said southeast quarter of sec-;
! tion sev n and running thence ea3t
fifteen and 37 100 chains, thence north
1-2 deg. east nineteen and 38 100
ichain8, thence west fifteen and 37-100 I
I chains, thence south 1-2 deg west '
I n.neteen and 54-100 chains, to begin I
Also a part of the northeast quar-j
ter of section eighteen In said town-
'ship. beginning at a point thirteen and
30-100 chains west from the northeast I
'corner of said quarter, and running I
thence south one and 25-100 chains,
thence west 20 and 50-100 chains,
thence north one and 25 100 chains I
: thence east twentv and 50-100 chains. I
to place of beginning; excepting L j
& N. right of way across 3aid land 66
feet wide; in all, about 'J6 acres.
Also the following described tract
of land in Weber county. State of
Utah, described as follows: Part of
the northeast Quarter of Section IS,
Township Six North. Range 1 West
Salt Lake Meridian, I" 8 Survey, be-j
ginning 1 2"j chains south and 13.3
chains west from the northeast corner:
of said quarter section, thence south
20.50 chains, thence east one rod.
thence northeasterly 7S rods, to a
point two rods east of the west line
of this description, thence northeast
prlv two rods more or less to a point
three rods east of the west line of
this description, thence west thrno
rods to the place of beginning.
Together with all water rights con
nected with said land, said water be
ing twenty-five shares of the Lynns
Irrigation companv. Certificate No.!
On or after the 27th day of Janu-i
ary. l'Jl'L and written bids will be re I
reived by Margaret C. Shea whose
postoffice address and residence is
Eureka, Juab county. Utah
Terms of sale are as follows: Pur
chase price payable in gold coin of
the United States, ten per cent to
'be paid at the date of sale and the
balance to be paid upon confirmation
of aale bj said court and the delivery
of a deed MA RCA RET G. SHEA.
Guardian of the persons and estates
of Edward M Shea and Margueri'e
EDWARD PIKE Attorney
Dated January 15. 1913.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Mary J Stowe. Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the
law offices of David .lenson at Num
! ber 5o3-504 First National Bank 1 1
Building, in Ogden City, Weber Couu.
ty. State of Utah, on or before four
months after the first publication of
Administrator of the estate of Mary
J. Stowe, deceased.
itorne for Administrator.
First publication. January 4. 1913.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, in and for the I
County of Weber, State of Utah.
In the matter of the date of Rob
ert K. Todd. Deceased.
Creditors vvin present claims with
vouchers to the Undersigned Admin
istratrix, at the Law Offices of Jo
seph Chez, Esq., Rooms -103-404 First
National Bank Building. Ogden. Utah,
on or before the l"-th day of May. A. .
Dated Januarv 11, 1913
MARY K. TODD.
Attorney for Estate
in the District Court of Weber If
Countv, State of Utah.
Bertha Hubbard, Plaintiff, vs.
George B. Hubbard. Defendant.
The State of Utah to the Said De
fendant You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twentj days after service
n( tioa suuunuub upon you, if served g
ithin the county in which this action
s brought; otherwise, within thirty 'LH
ays after service, and defend the ll
bove entitled action; and in case of
our failure so to do, Judgment will
rendered against you according to 'H
he demand of the complaint, which
IBS been filed with the clerk of sad LH
This action is brought to recover a
udgment dissolving the Bonds of
-latrimony now and heretofore exist
rig between you and the plaintiff
T. R O'CONNOLLY,
P. O. address, No 2411 Washington
?irst publication January 11. 1913.
ast publication February 8, iri3.
In the District Court of Weber Couu
t) State of Utah
Ethel E. Smith. Plaintiff vs. Sidney
F. Smith. Defendant.
The State of Utah to the said De-
You are hereby summoned to ap
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 Bervlce, and defend iH
the nbove entitled action ; and in
case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will be rendered against you
according to the do.nand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court.
'1 his action is brought to recover a
judgment, dissolving the marriage
contract, now and heretofore exist
Ing between you and the plaintiff
T R. O'CONNOLLY. H
Plaintiff's Attorney. HH
P. O. Address: 2411 Washington IH
avenue, Ogden, Utah.
First publication, December 14, 1912 iH
Last publication, January 11, 1913. iB
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of jH
the. Mount Hood Railroad company
will be held at the company s office. Hi
No 416 Twenty-fourth street. In 03
den City, Utah, on Monday, February
3. 1913. at 2 o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of electing a board of direc- iH
tors for the ensuing y-ar u:d trans
acting such oth- business as may
properly come before the meeiintr. !H
HENRY H. ROLAPP IH
Secret... y Mount Hood R R. Co.
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