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ixix, LIVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 1913. 'K
UTAHNA chocolates free
Twenty-five pounds of the delicious
andy costing 50 cents a pound given
away next Saturday morning to the
25 persons who can master our "want
ad" contest Just follow the rules
and get there first
This week we want you to icll us
who one of the most prominent offi
cials is. Including the Initials only
of his given names the letterB of the
Ogden official count Just eactlv six.
Find the letters like this (W) in the
Want advertisements cost one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lin of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or mors lines per week at the rat: of
2f cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
tiv, avrage words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
COMPETENT girl foi housework
Mrs H. H Rolapp, 2620 Madison
GOOD girl for general housework. 1
2539 Grant 1-18-lwk,
LADY canvassers. Arahian Tea Im
porting Co., phone 110, 2370 Wash
DRESSMAKING- -Reasnuaule prices
1454-J. 278 22d st, 10-29-lmr
v NTED Situation as nousekeeper
In hotel or private family, in or out '
of town References Address S.,
care Standard 1-20-lwk
EXPERIENCED nurse Phone 8194
TO THE Business Men. Housewives
Sanitary Garbage and Waste Paper
Co., is now prepared to furnish you
a sanitary can, haul jour waste pa
per and garbage. Office 2 4 3 S 1
Wash. Prices reasonable. Phone G2i
W NTED Dressmaking by the day
or week Phone 2111-J. l-22-tt
ug MAN who understands dalrv cows to
take farm on shares. W. B. Wedell. !
i FOR RENT
mm FURNISHED ROOMS.
TWO furnished housekeepinc rooms.
electric light and gas 2370 Lin
coln ae. 1-24-lwk
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms. (E) 2717 Washington a e
Close in. 1 23-lwK i
LIGHT housekeeping and sleeping!
rooms; light, gas and close in 26J I
Wash 1 28-lwk
, PI'RMSHED housekeeping rooms:
strlctl mclern. except heat 12"
I THREE furnished rooms lor llcht
housekeeping. 2155 Lin 1-20-lwk j
FURNISHED rooms at 204 23rd st.
TWO housekeeping rooms, modern
gas 2201 Lincoln ave 1-20-lwk I
ROOMS for light housekeeping, lights i
bath and gas. 2613 Wash. 1-16-lwk j
TWO housekeeping ro nis, modern .
gas 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
FURNISHED aDa unfurnished flat.
. ZZZi Grant. 3-26-6mo
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean
.fit ccmfortal ie housekeeping rooms. ?2
k. up '.'X CI at 3-13-lyr
y KOOMS for housekeeping Utahna.
YOUNG man wishes 1 or 2 rooms la1
modern house, in outskirts of towu
ddress Postoffice Box 135. 1-U-lwk
'0 FOR RENT
COARL AND ROOM.
FURNISHED rooms with board. 2oS
I 2nd St 1-19-1 uk
(jOO" EOARD AND ROOM.
J 0(IJ " YOUNG married woman wants board
' :nd 1 1 I n in iiit.' tjnill- . i civ .
t0 r piefeiiL-d. Aip'j n care Stan
di H I d t-Z3-lw
t, OR RNT
hgCP UNFURNISHED ROO.ViS
,i THREE rooms $5.00 ?r month. CM
Sullivan Ae. L"91
biCt ' cjA MODZRN 4 -room cottage on Barlow
iH. t venue. Phoie J. O. Douglas. S77.
1 5 ROOM brick, $15. Corner Grant and
classified advertisements on this page
and paste the advertisements which
contain the letters on white paper in
the order that would spell the name
of the Ogden official Remember,
in order to make It a little harder ior
you to get the right name we will
prim two more letters than neces
sary and unless you are careful you
will spell the wrong name. But if yon
will remember that the name we want
consists of six letters, including two
FOR rent, after Feb. 1, one of Dr.
Rich s flats, 24G5 Jefferson ave .
$35 per month. Tel. 609. 1-17-tf
FOUR-ROOM house. 3279 Adams
Apply 440 27th 1-20-lwk
6-ROOM modern brick; fine location
on bench; gas. porches
C. D IVES, 380 25th St
A COMFORTABLE P.-room house on
the bench Call room 403 First Na
tional bank. 1-10-tf
6-ROOM modern. cIopp in desirable
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St.
ONE 1-room house. $10 a month Call
phone 967. 12-6-tf
4-ROOM brick bouse; barn and cel
lar, large lot Apply 315 12th Sr.,
MODERN furnished house, furnace;
$H' 2579 Monroe. P'lone 1715.
NEW 4-room brick piano: porches.
strictly modern. $20 880 21st St.
Tel. 1474-W. 1-23-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt , bath, j
gas range, disappearing beds,
choap 2266 Washington ae.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SECONDARY "WATER In Davis and
Weber Count Canal Co. for sale
or rent Address P. O Box C54, Og
ONE meat cutter, $75; one refrigera
tor tor butcher snop; one corn beef i
press; fish box, cash register one J
meat block Inquire .lob Pingree Jr .
2616 Washington. Tel. 799 1-22-lwk'
EIGHTEEN complete toilets in good
condition single or in bulk. Apph
Healj Hotel 1-22-lwk
(iOOD single buggy and harness,
c heap. 158 27th st. 1-20-lwk j
BLACKSMITH shop for sale: tools,
and material; good location. For
particulars. C Nielsen. 12th st and
Washington ave, Ogden. 1 20.1wk
HOUSEHOLD furniture, almost new
by piece or bulk. 244 17th st.
GENTLEMAN'S bicycle, fine condl
lion bargain City Repair Shop.
2474 Lincoln. 1-20-lwk
FULL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece
IRON block and tackle with long one
inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave . bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone
GOOD Cutter for sale cheap, also
housekeeping rooms for rent Phone
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
MODERN HOMES; perfect beauties,'
easy terms, ideal locations. Phone
4 A' RES chicken or fruit ranch on
car line, modern house; 1st water j
right; tine plant well equipped. Ready1
to start hatching, Call I C, Farr
East oi ice House ou Canyon Gar line i
NEW brick bungalow bargain, easy;
terms C D. IVES, 380 25th St
BEST LOTS in the City. F. Hender
shot, under Ut Nat'l Bank. Phone
PI RSE containing $1140 bet. 23rd
and 30th on Wash. Ave Return to
Standard Reward l-8-2t
WILLOW RIVER. B. C, main line Q
T. P and P & H. B. Ryu., entrant o
I great Peace River country Write Pac.
Land i: Townsites to.. Ltd, 204 Pac
Bidg . Vancouver, B C, for maps,
I plats, printed matter. Agents wanted.
S C White Leghorns, Brown Leg
I horns Place your order now for baby
: chicks. We guarantee satisfaction
Write ror price list Orland Hatchery
Orland, Qlenn Co. Cal L-ll-8mo
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town ior house, close in
C. D. IVES, 38U 25th St. l-15-lyi
MADAME YOGIS, the greatest fore
seer, aetrologlst. palm and card
i reader. Call and be couviuced. 15o
126th st La Grande Cottage 1-22-lwk
initials, you cannot go wrong
Don't hand your answer to the jan
itor, as some did last week, or mail it
to the city editor, but bring your an
swer Saturday morning tn the Stand
ard office and if your answer is right
you take your pound of candy with
you. Remember, onh 25 boxeB of one
pound each is given away The first
25 persons who have the right ansi i"
next Saturday morning at 8 30 o'clock
get the candj
j MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY to loan on real estate. H.
. Purdy, 2478 Washington ave.. 2d
Money to loan on city and farm
property Any amount, no delay
MatheWB-McCulloch Co., under First
Nat'l Bank (A) Phone 301-W
MONEY TO LOAN on real ..-state,
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO..
2411 Washington Ae, Room 11.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, firearm?, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
ISho The Money Lenders of Ogden 1
278 25th 6t. C. H. Smith, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get it loriay. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms in Utah '
D D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst.
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved
farm or city property HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First National bid: I
CURTAINS done up Mrs. Knight
CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644-
WANTED Good ligh' second-hand'
automobile. 4 or 5 passenger: give :
full parti ulars and pri e first letter.
.1 H , care Standard. 1 20-1 wk
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
LAWYER O'LO. .NOLLY, (over Nye's
Clothing torc ) 5411 Wash ae
E. T HULAN1SKJ. First National
Bank bldg. 12-11-U
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard Rooms removed
from 32tj 25th st. to 2452 Oram
ave. We have the best tables and
I eg In the state. Tables Tor sale,,
and repairing done. Agent ior the
Mcnn Billiard Co. of Milwaukee.
J. Y ILSON Book and loose leaf de
virc manufacturer Upstairs. L'-i'..".
Wash Phone 850. 12-30-lmo
LEAKY water tanks, water jackets,
stove casting or any old castln;;,
welded G. C. Kimes, 345 23rd st.
K VAN K AM PEN Phone i53 for up
boletering mattress making, ro
etretchiag of bed eprings
F. J. FREENOR. D. C; all acute and
Chronic diseases Reborns 13-14,
2411 Washington ave Office hours.
9 10 11:30 a. m,, 1 to 5 p m 11-5-t
Fit vourself tor business.
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Practical business courses
ELEC. VACUUM CLEANERS
DFL1ERED and demonstrated SI On
a day Electric Service Co., up 21tb
DR. J. H. CARTER. 2356 Washington
BVe ; office phon 1782: re6 391 -M 1
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa- '
ralysis, nervous troubles. 1 2 -2 -1 y r :
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING"
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING-P
Hansen's Elcctr'"l Shoe Shop. 30?
24th St Best work and material In the
! city. All work guaranteed. Ghe us
a trial. ll-0-3mo
F K A N K HENDERSH OT, under Utah
Nat l Bank. (F) Phone 822-J
OLD reliable companies that pav
C. D. IVES, Agent, :JS0 23th St.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga-
Jewtikj. 23rd street
THE C RFSTON-SteanTheT.ted hot j
and cold water every room new
lid modern; 50c and un Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
j any kind of junk, phone us up Wt
! will call for It Tel 210 I
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St.
PAINTING paperhanging aud limins
Y den Hortog. phore 571 -R,
WE suggest Photos for your friends
Bring the kiddies lor postcard
photos Expert work, nothing else.
Crawshaw Studio, Upstairs. 219 25th
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OR A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m
New Peery Bldg, Hudson Ave Phone
19C -W Residence phone 2129-W. 646
WasI ington avenue 6-11-tf
G B. DENKERS & SON Union
Printers; stationery, wedding stock,
etc., 2349 1-2 Wash. Ave. Upstairs.
WOODY PRINTING CO We do good
work. 2465 (G) Wash. Phone 850
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 45 J.
or mall card if yoJ wish us to call
with samples (N) Office Spargo's
CITY SCAVENGER. McCarty & Co..
2728 Grant. Bell phonf 2018-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
iolbing and ihoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also flunks nd suitcases
choap 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 no other itcre can equal
water jackets foi ill ranges No
one yet has informed us of one of
ours ever causing any serious trou
ble SummerlH's stove repaii house.
2304 Washington. Tel. 364. i-8-tf
SPIRELLA CORSET (L) Mrs. Smith.
Phone 661 -W.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDER BROS. Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing Phone
242-J. Office J65 24th St. 1-4-lmo
TAILORING. DR CLEANING
C. A EKLUND. Tailor, Cleaning, Re
pairing Upstairs, 24;j Wash Ave.
Phom- Its W 12-30-lmo
VARNISHING AMD PAINTING
J. J. M KLNNON 2202 Wash Ave. Car
riage and (L) Auto painting.
E. A. ''UN DY. D V S. Phom 828
Office aDd Hospital, 215t Washington
MASONIC Queen Estr.er chapter
No J. O. E S.. regular meetin-s held
ai Masonic hal on Washington ave.
between 2Gth and 20tb sts the first
and th'rd Fridays ol each mouth So
journing members cordially invited to
attend Fannie M Whittemore. W.
M.; Callie E. Cave. Secretary
Unity Lodge No 18. F. & A M..
Masonic Temple, i. Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 Zu , m Membri of
Sister Lodges and sojourning b:eturen
cordially Invited to attend. H. L
Herrington. 11. Ecla. T. Moore.
Women of Woodcrait Ogden Cir
cle No 5S1. meets every Wednesday
night at 7 . CO o cloc k, K oi P hall.
Ylsting neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid 'o br Alice M Riuge, M. D.,
r.T -Lewis olock. Blizabeth Bfctt
0 N.. 2j4o Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Mar e Crites. Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev
ery secoud and fourth Thursday
ulghts at S p. m.. in 1. O. O F hall
Vltitlng neighbors cordially invited
llary hS. BUSt. t. . h J 1st St. Kate
Heyman. Clerk. Bell phone 12 1 7 - J
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No. I, L. O T. M.. meets eer
fust and third Tbursdaj evenings at
S o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles hall, 24-n Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Kathryn Eoilyston. L C. L
Jennie Prout. R K.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
aerie No. 118, F O E.. meets every
Wednesday evening at Bagles hall.
Hudson ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie rue?l'llts Club rooms opeu
at 11 a. m. J. W Griffin. W. Presi
dent E R Geiger. secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Knights of Pythias -Ogden lodge
No. 2. Knights of Pythias, meets it
t'astle ball, Utuh National bank build
ing. every Monday evening. All K if
P.'s are requested to meet with us. .
D Watson. C. C ; W G Kind. M of
E L. I'ndervvood. K .t R s
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each mon'h at S p. m at the
Keete Howell ball. Visiting neigh
bors invited Dues can b0 paid to
Mrs Anna RleS-Finley, M D.. room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle 1948 Jackson Lillian Newton.
Recorder. 27th and Quincy
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No 1218, Order of Owls, meets ev
er Friday evening Id their own hall
(the oid Elk club rooms i at 8
O'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are in
vited to attend the nest meetings I.
r Emniett, President, j oiher Sec
retary 831 Twenty-fifth street
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogrien Homestead, No 1505. meets on
I , T1uesdaJ evening at K P.
Mil. Malting Archers aie cordially
invited to meet wltL us W. S
O'Brien, Foreman. 2538 Gram mercy 1
Srj??U; A- Junk- Correspondent.
Modern Woodmen ot America
t:tah Camp ,,o. y99u meets every tirsti
and third Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
at K of p hrJl, Twenty fourth and
Washington avenue Visiting mem
bers invited A. G Jones, Consul. J.
H Shafer, Clerk.
Woodmen of the World Web-r
amp No 74 meets in K. of P. hall in
the Utah National bank buildlnt; ev
ery Thursday evening at B o'clock
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited
: to attend. D. D Smith. C C. , E Autb.
Clerk. Fim National Bank building
Royal Highlanders Meet even
'first and third Fridays at S p m at
T'nion Labor hill. Visiting members
cordially Invited Andrew W Nelson,
I P. Urn Muller, Sec. and Treas!
2582 Washington Ave.
Queen Cltj Rebekah Lodge No. 4.
I O O. F. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members invited Lula Claud
man. N G . Emma Meld, Recordnig
I Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street
Consu't County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
In the District Court or the Fifth
Judicial District, State of Utah. Coun-1
: ty of Juab
In the matter of the estate and!
guardianship ot Edward M Shea and
Marguerite Shea, minors Notice
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order duiy made by said
i c ourt on the twenty-second day of
Uulv. 1912, the undersigned, as guard
! ian of the persons and estates of Ed
I ward M ha and Marguerite Shea
minors. Will sell at private sale, sub
: jix-i to the- confirmation of said court
all i he right, title and interest of said
minors, viz: An undivided two-ninths
j interest (being an undivided one
ninth interest o' each of said minor3i
of, in and to the following real prop
erty, situate in the count of Weber.
State ot Utah, described as follow s,
( Parts of the Northeast and South
east quar;ers of Section Eighteen and
of the Northwest and Southwest quar
i rs of Section Seventeen In Town
! ship Six, North ot Range Our- West
I of the Salt Loke meridian, U. S. Sur
vey, in Weber County, State of Utah,
described as beginning at a point six
and 25 1"" i iiains south of the north
east corner of said southeast quarter
of Section Eighteen and running
1 thence north 72 ?, 4 deg west thirteen
i and 50-100 chains. i;iencc north nin
land hi 100 chaii thence south S
deg. east eleven nnd 26-100 chains,
thence south 50-100 chains thence
south SS cleg east ?, aud 52-100 chain.',
thence north 1-4 deg. east eleven and
27 100 chains, thence east nine and lu
10O chains, thence south three and 83
100 chains thence east one ana 60
i 100 chains, thence south thirty-seven
'and 47-100 chains, thence west nine
and 89-lOu chains, thence north nin.j
and 3-4 cleg west six r.nd 85-100
'bains, thence north eight deg. west
ten and 65-lou chains to section line,
thence south 7r-1 00 of a chain, to
place of beginning.
Also parts of the southeast quarter
of section Beven in said township be
ginning at a point six and 13-100
chains east from the southwest cor
ner of said quarter section and run
uiag thence east two and 5C 1-2 10
chains, thence north 12 deg east
nineteen and 54-100 chains, thence
I west to and 5G 1-2-100 chains, thence
south 1-2 deg. west nineteen and ,t4
100 chains, to beginning. Also begin
Inlng at a point eleven and 26-100
chains east from the southwest cor
ner of said southeast quarter of sec
tion seven fnd running theme east
fifteen and 37-100 chains, thence north
1-2 deg. ea,st nineteen and 38-100
chains, thence west fifteen and 37100
chains, thence south 12 deg west
nineteen and 5-i-100 chains, to begin
Also a part of the northeast quar
' ter of section eighteen in said town
ship, beginning at a point thirteen aud
10 L00 chains west from the northeast
corner of said quarter, and running
thenre south one and 25-100 chains,
thence west 20 and 50-100 chains,
thence north one and 25 100 chains.
i thence east twenty and 50-100 chains.
, to place of beginning, excepting U.
A N right of way across 6ald land 66
I feet wide; ir all, about 96 acres
Also the following described tract
of land in Weber county. State ol
Utah, described as follows: Part of
the northeast quarter of Section IS,
Township Six North. Rane 1 Wesl
I Salt Lake Meridian, U. S Survey. b
j ginning 1 25 chains south and 12 JJ
, bains we1 irnm the northeast cor:; i
i.i -,ud quarter section, thence south
20.50 chains, thence east one rod.
thence northeasterly 78 rods, to a
point two rods east of the west line
: of this description, thence nortueas;
ierly two rods more or less to a point
I three rods ea9t of the west line of
this description, thence west three
rods to the place of beginning.
Together with all water rights con-I
! nected with said land, said water be
ing twenty five shares of the Lynr.
Irrigation company. Certificate No
On or after the 27th day or .lanu
ary, 1913, and written bids w ill be re- j
celved by Margaret G. Shea, whose
postoffice address and residence is
Eureka, Juab county. Utah.
Terms of sale are as follows: Pui-,
chase price pavable In gold coin of
the I'nited States, ten per cent to
be paid at the date of sale and the
balance to be paid upon confirmation
oi salehy said court and the delivery
,1 a deed. MARGARET G. SHEA. ,
Guardian of the persons nnd estat is
of Edward M Shea and Marguerite i
BDW UIU PIKE. Attorney
Kateci January 1 191
Pursuant to Section 278 ol the Com
Dned Laws of Utah. 1907, and the i i
thority vested in me by said section
I the undersigned Wallace Foulger
i p, .surer oi Ogdeu City, Weber coun
tv Utah herebv give public notice
that a special tax amounting to
346 54 Dollars has been levied ror
i.l-walk IHstri.t No Hi lr the pur
of constructing fonc-eto Side
S alks m said district b) an ordinance
dull passed by the City Commission
ers of Ogden City, VUh. and approved!
by the Mayor of said Citv on Decern-T
her 28. 1912, said taxes being levieu I
on all of the abutting property on the
following streets comprising said
Sidewalk District No. 117:
All that part of 29th Street from
;rant to Adams avenue, both sices
The said tux is payable In install
ments: The first Installment becomes delin
quent February 16. 1913.
The second installment becomes
delinquent December 28, 1914.
The third installment becomes de
Inquent December 28, 1915.
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent December 28. i!ic
The fifth Installment becomes de
i inquent December 2X, 1917.
Each of said installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate of 7 per cenl per annum, from
the date of the levy as aforesaid, and
if any or .either of said installments
shall be unpaid when thrv become d--
linquent. lnti rest thereon shall be in'
per cent per annum, until such d- j
linquent assessments are fully i
Said tax shall be enforced and collec
ed as in any other case of special tux
and if not paid the property on which
said levy is made will be advertised
and sold according to law. This spe
Clal tax is payable at my office at
the City Hall. Ogden Citv. Utah
City Treasurer, Ogden ( in , Utah
By C. F. Koons, Deputy
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com j
piled Laws of Utah, 1907, and the au
Hiority rested in me by said section,
I, the undersigned Wallace Foulger.
treasurer of Ogden t'lty, Weber conn
ty. Utah, hereby give public notice
;bat h special tax amounting tn v :
300.00 Dullar- has been leied for
3 wer Districl No 1 1 4 for the purpose
ol construcf inc Pipe Sev. era in said
district by an ordinance dulj passi
by the City Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, and approved by the- Ma
or of said City on January 4. 191 !
said taxes being levied on all o( the
abutting property on the following
streets comprising said Sewer District !
That all that part of 29th Street
j from Adams to Grant Avenue. Vain
I Buren Avenue from Capitol Avenue I
I to 25th Street; Lafayette Avenue from
26th to 27th street.
The said rax is payable in 5 Install
Th" first ins' aliment becomes ie-
linquent March 5. 1912
The second Installment becomes
delinquent January 14. 1914.
The third installment becomes de-:
linquent January 14. 1915
The fourth installment becomes de I
linquent January 14. 1916.
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent January 14, 1917.
Each ot said installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
irate of 7 per cent per annum, from
I the date of the lev y as aforesaid, anc'
If any or either of said Installments!
shall be unpaid when they become de
linquent. Interest 'hereon shall be 10
per cent per annum, until such de
linquent, assessments are fully pain i
Said tax shall be enforced and col j
lected as in any oth?r case of snecini
tSx and if not paid the property on i
I which said levy is made will be ad I
vertised and sold according to law '
I This spec ial tax is payable at my of-,
flee at the Citv Hall. Ogden City.;
Utah. W LL VCE FOI LCFR
City Treasurer. Ogden. Utah
DY C. E. Koons, Deputy I
Notice is hereby civen that the an-1
j nual meeting of the s'nckholders of J
the Mount Hood Hiilro.id comi a: !
will be held at the company's office 1
No. -H6 Twenty -to'irth ctreet. in ;-l
den City, Utah, on Monday. February
3. 1913. at 2 o'clock p. m.. for iho Hk
purpose of elctin a board of dlrec-
tors for the ens iln- r ar d trans- Es?
acting such oth" business as n.ay IHB
properly come before the meeting Hf
HENRY H ROLAPP. !K
Secret Mount Hood R. R. Co. E''
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Hl
This la to certlf) that the firm of IL1
A. Jensen & Co., consisting oi August K
Jensen and Enoch Farr, has tuls day Hp
been dissolved by mutual coseni. HJ
Said Enoch Farr retiring rrom the
said named firm, and August Jensen iH
will continue the business. H
Signed this 21st dav or .lanuarv, Hb-
1913. AUGUST JENSEN B'
"first natTonal H
OF CGOEN. UTAH Hff
U. S. DEPOSITARY B
Capital $ 150,000.00 iiaH
Undivided profits HL
and surplus ... 350,000.00 IBr
Deposits 3,500,000.00 flp
M S. Browning, Pres.; L R ioB
Eccles, Vice Pres.; G. H. HH
Tribe, Vice-Pres,; John Wat- iHc
son, Vice-Pres.: John Pingree, I EaK'
Cashier; Jas. F Burton, Asst I 9&
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VIENNA CAFE I I
322 Twer.ty-fifth St.
Special Dinner. 2oC 1 BB
Lunch from t1 a. m to 4 p m. 1 mSH
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m. flE
'.ce and Foon, Managers J BK
OGDEN TURF K
3601 Washington Ave. BK
Oircct Seivice on Juarez Races WSk
Telephone 313. Wm.
Palace Cafe I
Special Dinner . . 25c B&
Lunch from 11 a m to o. m
inner from 4 p. m. to I p. t. mtv ''
TOM HOY Mgr 284 ?5th St R.-
The Newport Cafe I
JIM. VVONO-WE. Manage.-s f',..
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. p- '
Open Day and Night, f
Jven'tbing Sanitary. Fresh Meats I
When you feel 33.
ous, tired, worried or despondent it is ifcj
sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVERINF L -
PILLS. They reaw the normal v igor and fifr
make lifo worth living p,. ,ure an(j ast tcr
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VILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Clooland, Ohio
Sold by Culley Drug Co. Ife ";
S-00 to California j I
and return - I
Stopovers Long Limits Diverse Routes.
Personally Conducted Leaves Salt Lake 12 Noon, Feb 1st. &j
Make Your Reservations Early. H I
Write for Special Itinerary of this Trip. I
i-'OR INFORMATION AND TICKETS I ,
Call 011 LmmS P
PW'L L U.KK.MI.K jSW'A fi I
C. P A. O. S L. Ogden 1J) pjl I
T. H MANDERFIELD, 0?On
A. G. Pa., Salt Lak V,,-
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CALIFORNIA I I
jf EXCURSION I
FEBRUARY FIRST j H
I SAN FRANCISCO
I m.m FOR SOUND TRIP
& DIVERSE ROUTES j
1 LIBERAL STOPOVERS
fH Soecial cars thru to Los Angeles via Salt Lake f
without change I
ft For further partictilara and reservations call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
t! 2514 Vashington Ave.
fi, PAUL L BEEMER, C P. & T. A uM