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. THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. Whkir'
1 SALT LAKE
CITY WILL BUILD
Salt Lake, Feb. 4 Provision for
(wo public comfort stations, to cost
about $6000 each, will be made In
tbe 1913 budget now being consid
ered by the city commission
It was practically agreed yester
day to undertake this innovation,
which has been frequently sugested
to tbe commission
The comfort stations will be built
in the business district?, nt points
where they will afford a maximum
uf.age to the citizens Several plans
are bdng considered for their con
struction, though it is most probable
the city will make arrangements for
their construction beneath the street
level. Entrance to the stations will
be provided from the sidewalk nnd
the stations themselves probably will
be built beneath the sidewalks.
Other cities of Salt Lake's size have
adopted the public comfort station
idea In recent years and it has pro -
d decidedly practical and popular
Each station will be provided with
all essential equipment.
" MACHINERY FOR
Salt Lake, Feb 4. In preparation
rfl for various extensions of the lines of
tbe company the management of the
. Utah Light & Railway compan has
Just placed orders for 2060 tons ot
rails and other materials necessar
, in proportion. All of the material will
be here within six weeks or two
months and the work of putting in
the extensions will be rushed Among
the longest of the extensions planned
will be about five miles that will be
added to the Holliday line.
Machinerj' for additions to the pow
er plants of the company in Ogden
canyon and Big Cottonwood canon
are beginning to arrh-e and the work
of putting It Into place will be started
as soon as the weather will permit
In the meantime, every preparation
will be made so that the work can lie
ni6bed from the time that it is start-
CHILDREN IN HUNGER;
FATHER IS NURSE
i Salt Take, Feb. 4 VI ith his wife
liedridden, stifling the groans that
suffering would force from her lips,
with nothing in the house for his six
children to eat and three months
behind in bis rent, Gust Nash, a la
borer, liing in the read of 51 South
Fifth West street, is facing a problem
that he confesses Is driune him to
the verge of madness.
L'ntil ten days ago Nash was earn
Ins $1 7r per da Then his wife had
a recurrence ot Bymptome of appen
dicitis, for vhSch disorder she under
went an operation three months ago.
Nash had no choice but to Btay home
and nurse her for $1.75 a day could
V? not go far toward paying for the ser
vices of a trained nurse after it had
heen drawn upon for the cost of meals
for eight. Then the larder, unie
plenisbed by tbe purchases ordinar
ily made possible by the daily wage,
became exhausted ot food for the Ut
ile ones The mother was too ill to
cat Hollow-eyed from sleepless
nights at the bedside of his helpmate.
Nash confessed last night that he had
exhausted his resources and ingenuity
in his efforts to plaj at one time the
roles of father, mother and nurse.
"If my wife could only be taken
i ?. re of the rest would be easy -aid
Nash. "I dare not neglect her. if 1
had the heart to do so, for the chil
dren need her more than the) need
me or anything except food They
are crying for that now, and I am
As he spoke the stricken mother
? took from under her pillow an apple,
left a few minutes before, and hand
ed it to tbe baby that pleaded for
bread and butter Nash explained
that the condition would be helped
m some if his boy. 15 years of age could
MAY PLACE BAN ON
SHORT WEIGHT COAL
I Salt lkp, Feb t Enactment of
an ordinance patterned after that in
effect in Seattle whereby the wcigh
masters in the employ of retail coal
dealers are bonded to insure correct
weights to the consumer, will be
considered by the City commission as
soon as Mayor Park returns from
the east. draft of such an ordi
Manc is being prepared by the city
law department at the request of YV.
E Farr, city sealer
This step to cope with the short
'.eigbing said to be practiced by
many local dealers at present Is in
spired by the recent agitation amonc
the olty commissioners over the
charges thai someone was Interfer
ing with the prosecution of such
dealer?. In his annual report the
City sealer called attention to the
short weiching and recommended
some system of municipal regulation
Among other suggestions he men
tioned the Seattle bonding plan. Un
der this plan any short wpighing Is
laid upon the weighmaster and he Is
held accountable under bis bond filed
with tbe city
At the clt commission meeting
last night Commissioner George Keyset-,
acting commissioner of puhlir
safety in the absence of Mayor Park,
introduced a resolution instructing
'he city sealer to proceed with the
prosecution of all offenders of the
present city ordinance.
Borne teed iiore windows display
ear of corn that would arouse a gen
ealogist's envy. It would take the re
search of a lifetime to unearth a pedi
gree of as many generations as that
corn can boast "Seed corn raiBed 43
years in succession by Mr Thompson
of Brown county. 12 years before that
by Mr Thompson's father, and 14
y&ars by his grandfather. ' says the
accompanying history There you
aro 69 generations of one corn family
f without a break. Th comrwiratlTe-
ly fsw generations oT the human fam-
V' lly that mako tbe bluest-blooded aris
tocrats seems plebeian by the ;ld of
those ears of corn.
Want advertisement cost one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words jer day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
l or more lines per week at the rate of
2f cents per line per week, or 76
cents per line per month. Remember
five avr-age words make a iine. All
ads ertisem-nts on this page must te
paid In advance. No exception to this
$2150 PER ). paid one lad in ea h
town to distribute free circulars for
concentrated flavoring In tubes. Per
manent position F E Barr Co, Chi
GIRL for general housework 2728
Washington ae. Tel. 1802-W
WANTED Woman or girl to take
care of a babv Applv 170 2"tli
GIRL for general housework In
quire 2803 Grant 2-1-lwk
WANTED Girl for housework good
wages G60 23rd St- 2-1-lwk
ANY lady can earn 40.00 monthly,
copying letters, spare time at home
Rooklet 10 cents in silver Tells how
American copying association, Wash
Ington, D C.
EXPERIENCED girl for gen. house
work, family of 3. Tel. 818. 2609
LADY to do alterations in suit de
partment. Horrocks Bros
$2 50 PER DAY one woman in each
town to distribute free circulars
and take orders for concentrated fla
voring in tubes. D. B McCurdy Co.,
Como bldg . Chicago. 1-25-lmo
LADY canvassers. Arabian Tea Im
porting Co, phone 110, 2370 Wash
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 2138V
Wash. Prices reasonable Phone 620.
POSITION for experienced bookkeep
er who is permanently located;
best of references given; can keep
books for small business at night X
37. Standard. 2-4-lwk
MAN who understands dairy cows to
take farm on shares. W B Wedell,
MAN' who understands fruit culture
W, B. Wedell 2-4-lmo
SALESMAN, with entry to depart
ment store, drug and grocery store
buyers, to sell the most successful
chocolate candy specials on the mar
ket 40c goods to retail at 25c. Stu
pendous sales In big stores all over
the country Made b the most srir-n-tific
factory in America. State expor
i. Ik e and give reference Address
Sunday Bve Candy Co 101 Oheapside
THE LINE AND THE TIME.
Sell groceries and provisions to
farmers and other large consumers
Now booking orders for spring riellv
ery Superior goods; commissions
advanced; exclusive territory. Spion
did opening for honest, energetic men
rite ' oda s for pan ulars
JOHN SEXTON A CO.: WHOLESALE
GROCERS IMPORTERS. MAN
l F tCTURERS, CHICAGO, ILL
SELL groceries direct to farmers in
your community for the largest
wholesale house selling direct by nam
pies, all goods guaranteed. Drop
shipments or carload; permanent po
sitions worth $35 to $100 per week
and up; liberal terms; give refer
encrs Address Dept C, Hitchcock
Hill & Co. Chicago
WANTED Traveling men sbo are
making small towns and cross road
stores to handle our new and up-to
date pocket side line. Pays a com
mission of $4 00 per order. A win
ner. For full particulars address
Burd Mfg Co.. 212 Sigel St.. Chicago
Ambitious salesmen, neat appear
ance, call on merchants In ibeir terri
tory, elegant sideline; convenient tq
carryj good commissions, prompt re
mittance Belmont Mfg. Co. Cincin
TWO or three good salesmen for best
light investment proposition on the
market Also good city real estate
salesmen. Call on H M. Monson "The
Laud Man " 2-1 lu k
NICELY furnished ?-room apt., strici
lj modern; no children, ideal loea
Hon. 2341 Adams. 2-3-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
wk. up- 536 SlBt St. 3-13-1yr
FOR RENT -Three light housekeep
ing rooms 2338 Wall 2-4-lf
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms.
electric light and gas 2370 Lincoln
HOUSEKEEPING rooms gas. bath,
also sleeping rooms 427 24th st
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms;
strictlv modern. 560 22d st.
THREE furnished housekeeping
rooms cheap Call evenings or Sun
day. 28 1H Hudson 2-1-1 mo
FURNISHED aDd unfurnished flat.
2034 Grant. 9-26-6mo
ROOMS for housekeeping. Utahna.
FOR man and wife modern. Ad
dress W. s., caro Standard
BOARD AND ROOM.
GOOD board and rooms at 526 25th St.
CAN take 1 or 2 ladies with or with
out board; use of house, piano,
front room, terms reasonable. 948
Capitol ave. 1-31-lwk
TWO unfurnished modern rooms for
two people. W. Care of Standard.
FIVE-ROOM modern house. 1"2 Her
rick. 822- 1. 1-31-tf
6-ROOM modern brick, fine location
on hench; gas, porches
C D. IVES, 380 25th St.
6-ROOM modern, close in, desirable.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St.
ONE 4-room house. ?10 a month '"all
phone 967. 12-6-tt
FURNISHED APARTM LNTS.
MODERN housekeeping apt ; bath.
gas range. disappeating beds,
cheap. 2266 Washington ave
FOR RENT OFFICES
ONE office room, second floor; steam
heat, central location. $12 per
mouth Tel. 609 l-2B.il
S C. White Leghorns. Brown Leg
horns Place your order now for baby
chicks. We guarantee satisfaction.
Write for price list. Orland Hatchery.
Orland. Glenn Co., Cal. 1 ll-3mo
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
20 SHARES lames foal & Ice Co
stock cheap. H. Brummell. Hel
lena Hotel. 2-3-lwk
SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
index cabinet. Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and see it
! there. 1-Jl-tf
j GOOD work horse, harness, wagon, a
few tools, about 30 potato sacks and
122 rifles; cheap. Rov Smitl;. Ilox 4:.
Route 4, Rlverdale. 1-31-lwk
SLIGHTLY used high-grade piano for
sale cheap O J. Stilwell, Tel. 102$
or 11 1-28 tf
THOROUGHBRED Poland China
boar. 886 12th st 1-27-lmo
IRON block and tackle with long one
Inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Ave, bet 23rd and 24tb Sts. Phone
MONEY TO LOAN
LOANS on improved farm or city
property Hunter & Kennedy. 423
1 24th st. opposite court house.
MONEY to loan on real estate. H.
A Purd, 247S Washington ave, 2d
Monev to loan on city and farm
property Any amount, no delay
I MatheWB-McCullocb Co., under First
i National bank. Phone 801 -W,
! MONEY TO LOAN on real ostato,
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO..
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885 The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25tb sL C. H. Smith. Prop
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You I
can get it today. Cheapest rates,
belt and most private terms in Utau j
D. D. Drake, over Paine &. Hurst
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brumraitt. 4-27-tf
LOST 1 brown mare, about 1,100
white saddle marks on sides; 8 yrs
old, 1 black gelding, close roar bed
mane Reward. Corey Livery, phone
LOST at Episcopal Guild hall last
eveniug; Long dark brown neck
fur. Return to Standard, reward
LOST Lady s black skirt, from Troy
automobile Return to Troy laun
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, close n
C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-ly,
CURTAINS done up Mrs Knight
1344 W. 2-4-lwk
W ANTED Family washing. Tele
phone 2 1 9 1 - r 3-3-lmo
CURTAINS done up. Mrs. Knight.
CURTAINS laundered Phone 1644-W-
WANTED TO BUY
WE WANT quick a good four-room
house and small lot Mathews-Mc-Culloch
Co, Under Pirst National
Bank Phone 301-W 1-29-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
HOME FOR SALE Part down, the
balance to suit purchaser 100 feet
front 5 rooms cellar, water in the
house, stable and chicken house, ber
ries and fruit trees, about one block
from street car; price $1,700 See
I Axel Llndstrom, care Paine & Hurst
I FIVE-ROOM MODERN house.. 432
Herrick. Cheap 1 sold at once. In
quire 313 27th St., or 822-J.
PEOPLE have wished that some one
would build homes on the Install
ment plan that would suit their idea
of a home That is exactly what I am
' doitig. My customers will all tell you
that they nre more than pleased. Can
1 produce better evidence of the fact7
R. C MoBrlde, Modern Home Builder,
807 20fh St. Phone 1427. '27 1 mo
TWO genuine bargains: A nice 4-1
room cottage on bench, will tll
cheap on monthly payments, or trade
for good building lots; inquire 2411
Washington ave., room II S-room
: modern brick house; cement cellar;
barn and outbuildings, all in good
condition, lot 106x200 feet, with wa
iter right; all improvements in and
paid lor. this is well located and a
snap at $4,600 ES W Cannady, 2411
Washington ave room 11. 1-31-lwk
FIVE-ROOM house, cood lot ; reason
able. Inquire at 337 2?nd St.
BY owner, 3 choice lots; best loca
tion on bench, snap If taken at
once Phone 2010-3. 2527 Gramercy
BEST LOTS in the City. P. Hender
shot, under Ut. Nat'l Batik Phone
FURNISH LOT Anj location Build
to suit customer. Monlhh pay
ments Phone 1427.
MODERN HOMES; perfect beauties;
easy terms; ideal locations Phone
1427 1-21-1 mo
4 ACRES chicken or fruit ranch on
car line; modern house. 1st water
right fine plant well equipped Ready
to start hatching. Call J. C. Farr,
Ease of Ice House on Canyon Car line
NEW brick bungalow, bargain, easy
terms. C. D. IVES, 380 25th St
FARMS FOR SALE
FINE farm of 23 acres; good house.
barn, etc ; all farm Implements;
half block from school, church and l
store; cheapest buy In the count ;
only $3,400. "We rent houses" H
M Barrows Co.. 24G4 1-2 Washing
ton ave. Tel. 43. l-31-7t
W ANTED Dressmaklug by the day
or week. Phone 2111-J. 1 22 tf
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
LAWYER O'COjJNOLLY, (over Nye'J
Clothing Store) 2411 Wash ave.
E T HULANIBKI. First National
Bank bldg. 12-U-ti
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S P.illiard Rooms removed;
from 326 25th st to 2452 Grant'
ave We have the best tables and
cues iu the state. Tables for sale, j
and repairing done. Aent for the .
Menn billiard Co. of Milwaukee.
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstair! 2465
Wash Phone 850. 12-30-lmoi
K. VAN RAM PEN- Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
Stretching of bed eprings
F .1 FREENOR, Graduate Chiroprac
tor Incurables and female trou
bles niy specialty. Consultation tree.
Rooms 13-14. 2411 Washington Ave.
Pit yourself tor busini -SMITHSONIAN
Practical business courses.
ELEC. VACUUM CLEANERS
DELIVERED and demonstrated. 1.00 1
a day. Electric Service Co.. up 24th
DR. J. H, CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave.; office phon 17S2; res. 391-M.
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysis, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P.
Hansen's Electr -al Shoo Shop, 309
24th St Best work and material In the
City All work guaruntt-ed. Glv u8
a trial ll-30-3mo
FRANK HENDERSIIOT, under Utah
National bank. Phone 322-J.
OLD reliable companies that pay.
C. D. IVES, Agent, 380 25th SL
FURS cleaned and remodoled, skins
dressed work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky. 376 23rd street
THE CRESTON Sieam" heated; hot
and cold water, every room, new
and modern; 50c and up. Tweuty- '
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If vou have
any kind of junk, phono us' up We
will call for it Tel. 210
C D. IVES, 3s71entyTf7fth St.
PAINTING, paperhanglng a'ld tinting
Y den Hoitog, phore 571-R.
JAMES THOMPSON- Expert paper
cleaning, rough and painted walls
and burlap All work guaranteed
Phone 1108 2341 Jackson avenue
WE suggest Photos tor your friends
P.ring the kiddies for postcard
photos. Expert work, nothing else
Crawihaw Studio, Upstairs, 210 25th
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 id 4 pm.
New Peery Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Phone
19f:-W. Residence phone 2120-W 646
Wal ington avenue 6-11-tf
THREE things we claim Prompt
ness; good work; low prices. Den
kers & Son. phone 1850-W. Primers.
2S49 Washington Ave. Let us figure
with you If we print iho tirst job
for you, It will not be the last one.
Bound to please. Established in 1000.
G B, DENKERS & SON Union
Printers; stationery, wedding stock,
etc, 2349 1-2 Wash. Ave. Upstairs.
WOODY PRINTING CO We do good
work 2465 Wash. ave. Phone 850.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 45 4.
or mail card if you wish us to call
with samples (N) Office SparKo's.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018-W
NEW AND SECOND HANO furniture.
lotbinK and shoe?, bought, sold or
exchanged, also flunks md suitcases
cheap A Sluer, Phone 1321 179 1-2
Tw.ntv-fifth SL 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wrsh
ington ave.; 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold. prices
which no other store can equal.
W ATER Jackets for all ranges No
one yet has informed us of one of
ours ever causing any serious trou
ble. SumrucrlU's stov repair house.
2 104 Washington Tel 361 1-8-ti
SWITCHES reduced price Combings
made In switches C. E. Lee, 104
2Cth St. 1-31-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET Mrs Smith
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDER BROS. Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing Phone
342-J. Office 368 24th St 1-4-lmo
TAILORING, DRY CLEANING
C. A. BKLUND, Tailor Cleaning, Re
pairing. Upstairs, 246 5 VVash A-.
Phone 348-W 12-30-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J M'KINNON. 2202 Wash Ave. Car
riage and Li Auto painting.
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phoni 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4, O E S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ae.
between 25th aud 26th sts. the first
and third Fridays ui each month. So
journing members cordially invited to
attend. Fannie M. Whitnmorc. W.
M , Callle E. Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F & A M . I
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:80 o'clock Members of i
slater lodg'-s and -lojourning brethren
cordial! Invited to attend. S. W,
Wherry, W M Felix -T Moore. Sec
retary. LADIES of the Maccaoeeft. Silver hive
No 1 L. O. T. M . meets every
tun and third Thursday evenings at
S o'clock, and every second aud fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2-30 o clock
In Eagles' haJl. 2441 Hudson avo Vls
ltinc members cordially nvlted to it
tend. Kathryn Efl-ston. L C, L.
Jennlo Prout, R K-
Kraternal Order ot Eagles Ogden
a.Mic No. US. F. O. E meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles ball.
Hudson ave.. at 8 o clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
tbe aerie meetings Club rooms open
it 11 a m. J, W. Orlffln. W, Presi
dent E. R. ticiger. secretary. Dr C
B Wardlelgh, Aene Physician.
I Money in Real Estate I
Anyone can see an opportunity ifX
After the other fellow has gotten m made big money. ,
Ogden Real Estate is the best investment you can make to- k'V I
V e have several 5-room modern pressed brick houses cloae !l
in will sell for $2,500.00 and also 5 room modern frame 1:
houses, sell for $2,000 00 IB .
We will sell you a home on monthly payments A vacant E
lot on the corner of 28th and Williams avenue, worth at least B
$450.00, will sell for $275.00, and vacant lots in anv location on
A 4-room frame house, pantry and clothes closet, will sell IB
for $800 00 $50.00 down and $15 00 per month. ft I
See CARL C. RASMUSSON I
Phone 115 REAL ESTATE 350 24th St. H
Royal Highlanders Meet every j
f'rst and third Frldas at S p. m , at
Union Labor hnll Visiting members
cordially invited. Andrew W . !son,
I. P. Wm Muller, Sec. and Trens ,
I 2582 Washington Ave.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No 7-1 meets in K of P hall in
the I.' tali N'alioual bank building
ery Thursday waning at 8 o'clock .1
Visiting Woodmen cordially Invited
to att-ixl l D Smith, C. C: E. Auth, ,
Clerk, First National Rank building.
Knights "f Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets .it
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every .Monday evening. All K. of I
P s are requested to meet with us. W.
D. Watson. C C. G. Kind, M of
E. ; W L. Underwood, K. of R. & 3.1
Royal Neighbors ot America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at 8 p. m at the I
Reese Howell ball, Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Ries-Finley, M D. room
21 Lewis hlock. India Sawyer. Ora-
cle. 1948 Jackson. Lillian Newton.
1 Recorder. 27th and Quiucy
I ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 1218, Order of Ols, meets ev
ery Friday evening in their own hall
(the old "Elk club rooms) at 8
o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are in
cited to attr-nd the nest meetings L
jc. Emmctt, President. J. Oliver, Sec
retary. 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Brotherhood of American Yocmen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets on
2 and i Tuesday evening at K. P.
! tall. Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with us. W. S
O'Brien. Foreman. 253S Grammercy
avenue. J. A Junk, Correspondent.
Modern Wooumtn ot America
Utah Camp ..o 9itito meets every lirst
and third Tuesdaj evening at 8 o'clock
at K. of P. hrl). Twenty-fourth and
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers invited. A G. Jones, Consul. J.
H. Bhafer, Clerk.
Queen City Rebekan Lodge No. 4.
I O. O F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members lnlted. Lula Claud'
man, N. G.; Emma Meld. Recording
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, of the intention of said
I Board to make the following describ
ed improvements, to-wit.
To rreat e Van Bureii Avenue from
26tb to 27th streets Patterson avenue
from Washington to Grant avenues.
Lincoln avenue from 1'Uth to 27th
streets, as a sewer district, and to
liuild therein pipe sewers, connecting
with the manholes of the present sew
er system and with such other man
holes as may be necessary, aud to de
fray the whole of the cost thereof.
I estimated at $2. 750.00, by a local as
I sessmenl on the lots or pieces f
ground lyinj; and being within the
following district, being tbe district
to be benefited or affected by said im
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street and
avenues, and a line drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention musti
be presented in writing to the Clty
Recorder on or before the 2th day
of February, 1013. at 1 o'clock a. m..
that beitig tbe time set for said Board
of Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of
fice, at the City Hall. Ogden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 38tb day of January,
L91S, I c NYE, Ma or-Pro tcm
H .1 ("R EN, City Engineer
First publication January 28, 1013
Last publication February 10. 1013.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO 2.
Mammoth Coal Mining Company,
principal place of business Ogden
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the directors held on tbe
ISth day of January 1013. an assess
ment of ONE DOLLAR per share was
eied on the capital btock of the cor
poration, payable immediately to J.
H. F. VoUcer, the secretary and treas-
urer of said company, at his office In I
Ogden City, Utah. Any stock upon:
which this assessment may remain
unpaid on tho 18th da) of February.
1913, will be delinquent and advertls
ed for sale at public auction, and un
less payment Is made before, will be
sold on' the 10th day of March. 1913.
at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the office of
the secretary and treasurer of said
company, lo pay the delinquent as
sessment. together with the cost of
advertising and the expense of sale.
MAMMOTH COAL MIXING CO..
J II F VOLKKR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
OITice No. 237 24th SU Ogden. Utah
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Mount Hood Railroad company
will be held at the company's office.
No. 41b Twenty io-irth street, In c
den City, Utah, on Monday, February
3, 1013, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing a board of direc- R
tors for the ens ine r-ar ..d trans- m
acting such oth-- business as may
properl) come before the meeting E
HENRY H ROLAPP. I
Secret y Mount Hond'R. R. Co. f
Notice to Water Users. 1
And to Those Who Subscribed for f
Stock m the Proposed South Fork b
Reservoir Company of Ogden, Utah, W
In the Year 1911. if
Take notice that, on April 16. 1911, M
W llliam Glasmann purchased from Jo- t
seph Peery, and the latter by a war- F
ranty deed conveyed to the former, t
the north half of the southeast quar- f.
ter of section six, township six north If
of three east, S. L. M. and U S. S . P.
WHEREAS, in the deed conveying E:
said land appears the following state- m.
Hereby convey and warrant to W
William Olatimann, Trustee of the jF
company hereafter to be Incorporat- fc
ed by bim and others, for the pur- p
pose of building a reservoir and stor- ;'
Ing water on the land herein de- -
scribed, in which corporation all those ft-
who have heretofore subscribed to g
South Fork Reservoir stock shall have fc
th- right to secure water rights at V
actual cost, including Ogden City and t
turn Canal Companies, on con- f
ditlon that such parties shall make p
payments for water rights as describ- 1
ed in the Articles or incorporation of f;
said proposed company, and f'
WHEREAS, the Ogden River Res- f;
ero!r Company was duly organized
and incorporated under the laws of
Utah on the 27th day of April, 1112 k
and is the corporation contemplated
in said deed, and, i
WHEREAS, the Articles of Incorpo
ration of the said Ogden River Res- j
ervoir Company provided that all the t
subscribers of the- proposed South KaMiti
Fork Reservoir Company may have
water rights at actual cost on condi
tion that 10 per cent of $35 00 shall
be paid before June 1st, 1912, for each i
acre of water right desired with the
understanding that the balance shall i
be paid for as called by the said
company, and that If the cost shall be j
more per acre water rkht the addi
tional amount shall be paid when said I
cost is determined by the said com- I
WHEREAS, tbe said Company
mailed on or before May 2nd. 1912. I
to each such subscribers to stock of
the proposed South Fork Reservoir
Company, a notice calling attention I
to the conditions of said deed above
described and offering each and all v M
said subscribers of the proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company water rights
on tbe conditions named In said deed
above described, and In accordance
with the Articles of Incorporation.
WHEREAS some of the said sub- jH
acrtbers of tbe proposed South Fork H
Reservoir Company have not accept- H
ed said offer, and as the Ogden Riv
er Reservoir Company is desirous of
selling said water rights to others, H
NOW THKREFORE. this public .'O
tice ifi given TO ALL WHOM IT
MAY CONCERN, that the Ogden Rlv
er Reservoir Company has complied
with all the conditions of the said
deed descrlled. has in full offered its
ever obligation that it could legally i
or morally be held for.
Now then, if there are any sub-
scrlbers of the said proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company who claim
that they have not had proper notice,
or a proper opportunity to subscribe"
for water rights at cost from the said
Ogden River Reservoir Company, they
are hereby notified that the right to
make such subscription is hereby
: .mi .ranted to all the subscribers
of the proposed South Fork Reservoir
Company, provided, applications ior
such water rights are made before
January 10th, 1913, and at least 10 per
cent of the total amount o. the water
rights Is paid before February 10th,
Signed and published this second ,
dav of December, 19i2; last publica- j
tion. Februarv 10th. 1913.
THE OGDEN RIVER RESERVOIR j
WILLIAM GL AS MANN,
Telephone ".6. Office, 300 21th street. j
Ogden, Utah. 1
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