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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 191$,
I READ THIS
ADVERTISING PRICES
Want Mdverticements coov one cen
Fr word each issue, or 5 cents per
nj of fiwe words per day ro first
insertion lest than 25 cents, or two
cr rrore lines per week at the rate of
Si" ccnis per line per week, or 75
c-;nts per ;ine per month. Kemembcr
live avr3ge words make line. All
aiivertisem-ntu on this page must fce
puid in dovnce. No execution to this
HELP WANTED
FEMALE.
WANTED A girl for general offico
work, must bo experienced on the
typewriter; state experience, wages
wanted und give names for referen
ces of present and former employers.
Address Pox 706, Ogdc-n.
GIRL for general housework Call
2729 Washington ave. 5-8-1 wk
WANTED S Experienced women so
licitors. Australian Iceless Kef. Co.
, 2oG2 Wash Ave. 5-S-4t
WANTED A middle-aged woman for
housekeeping. Apply 1:1S Wash.
Ave. 5-7-Iwk
GIRLS wanted at the Troy Daiimir
Ogden. I ian. 5-7-21
GIRL to do housework Mrs I L
Clark, 2375 Madison 5 5 tl
A WOMAN for chamber work at Eu
ropean hotel 5-5 tl
WOMAN to do light housework In
exchange for board and room, no
washing Phone 1159. 6-3-1wk
WANTED A girl at the Orpheuni
Candy Co. 5-1-tf
GIRL or woman for housework 2673
Monro. 6-lti
GIRL wanted for laundry work in
quire Dee Hospital 4-26 tf
WANTED Girls at O S L. Comsy.
Laundry Apply to manager 4 :'l tr
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
CURTAINS laundered. P'none 1644 V.
4 1: VI mo
CURTAINS done up. Tel. 969-M.
4-14-lmo
HELP WANTED
MALE.
A GOOD MAN to take subscription
for a weekly magazine Steady work
and cood pay. Call room 833 Marion
Hotel evenings, between S and 9.
5- 7 -lwk
WANTED Carpenters. 50c per hour
R. H. Howard, Cont . Evanston. Wo
Box 562. 5-7-1 wk
FIRST CLASS Tinners wanted in
Salt Lake City. Open shop. 144
j40 West South Temple street.
6- 3-lwk
ETJSHBLMAN and presser, one who
does repairing. Nobb Suitorlum
223 25th St.
YOUNG man sten tnapher and as
sistant bookkeeper for local manu
facturing company 3Ive experience,
salary expected, age, etc., ' L." care
of Evening Standard.
SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE.
YOUNG man v it h Hiph school and
business college education wishes
a clerical or stenographic position.
Address H. C. care Standard 5-6-lwk
FOR RENT
FURNISHCD ROOMS,
ROOM with bath for man and wife,
board if desired. 2128 Lincoln
5-7-lwk
ROOM for gentleman, with bath. $2 50
per week. Close in. Reference.
2341 Adams Ave
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wk. up. 53C 31st St. 3-13-lyv
MODERN furnished room, with or
without board, 539 23rd 4-2S-lmo
TWO furnished rooms. 2054 Farr ave.
4-2lmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
THREE large rooms, large basement
bath and toilet. 276S Jefferson Ave.
5-7-lwk
4-ROO.M modern, brick house Inquire
2370 Lincoln. Phone 707-W.
I 5-6-lwk
4 ROOM, modern house. 2881 Grant
Phone 1091 -M. 5-2 -lwk
G-ROOM frame house, barn, cellar.
fruit trees; cheap on payment. 7:'.4
Wash. 5-2-lwk
N"l 6-ROOMs. modern. 27th and
Grant ave. Phono 2019-W. apply
2o34 tJrnnt avo. 5-l tf "
-ROOM modern brick house. 2165
Reeves avenue. Rent $20.00. In
'uirc at the Blsinark. phone 339.
4-28-tt
MODERN five-room cottage. Applv
Dr. Treiday. Phone 1637-R. 4 25if
A NJCI3 7-rccm hoi.ta Inquire 2-4f
Jeff. 4-10-5wks
X !ROSS bldg.; fine location; rooms
in ;r?tcl88 condition, low rnt3.
" or fJ -re rooms to u party. C. V
Ureas '".. -'- Wat.h. aye. 4-L'llmo
'I ' se. 191 Wert srth. in
C.irl tccttea Shoo Store.
4-14-tf
BOARD AND ROOM
m HOARD and rcorn, z2G3 Adams
f 1-29 -Imo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
7 ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smih
Grocery, 2Gtb and Wash Phone 91.
3-21-tr
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
1 TWIN baby buggv 1 baby bed,
high chairs. 2331 Adams ave.
6-6-1 wk
GENT'S bicycle for rale, fine condi
tion Call 2032 .lefTersou ave 5 5 lwk
SCOOP, if 1 had an angel's voice I'd
shout for A. & Anything' Saved us
a week's pay on a new bathtub. Bank
er put me wise Wagons, buggies, cul
tivators on time
! ALMOST new J350 Tiano Will take
?15o cash. 2762 Wall Ave 4-2S-lwk
HIGHEST grade pianos and players
from factory to your homes, good
stock on hand at all times, lowest
prices. Easiest terms Pantone, .7i
Hudson. Tel 1209.
VIOLINS dirt cheap, cash nr pay
ments Pantone, 2S74 Hudson Pel
1209. 4-11 lwk
SECOND-HAND four-drawer card
lsdex cabinet. Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and see it
there 1-31 -tf
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet. 23rd and 24tb Sts. Phono
617-J. 12-2-tf
FULL sized Ink barrels, ?1 on pplece
Inquire Evening Standard 360 24th
St. Phone 5G. 1 -lS-tf
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Party to share car of
household goods to San Diego
Phone 571.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans Kelly Herrtck.
3-15-tf 1
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate.
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave Room 11
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property. HUNTER & KENNEDY.
423 24th St., opposito court house.
6-12-tf
Money to loan on city and i'arm
property Any amount. no delay
Mathews-McCulloch Co. under First
I National bark Phone 301-W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelr. firearms, etc Un
; cle Sam's Loan Office, established
I 1&S5 The Mnney Lenders of Ogden
278 25th st C. B. Smltb. Prop.
9-4-lyr
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today. Cheapest rates
best and most private termo In Utah
D D. Drake, over Paine Hur6C
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
j lty. J J BrummltL 4-27-tf
I POULTRY
.
1000 BABY chicks, Blanchard heavy
laving strain, for sale tomorrow
Agency White Hatchery. 3239 Wash.
Phone 1806-11. 5-3-lt
HATCHING eggs from eight difffer
ent kinds of poultry at reduced
prices for balance of the season. Baby
chicks for sale. Barrows. 3239 Wash
Phone 1806-M. 5 3-tf
BABY chicks for sale. C239 Wash
lngton ave 180G-M. 4 -18-If
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES
FOl'R ROOM hMis. 2247 Adams.
5-5-1 wk
FIVE-ROOM house, furnished com
plete: lights, piano; near rv shoo
$18. Call 2155 Wall. 1 and 6 p ro
5-5 lwk
MODERN 5 -room house, 2521 Or
chard. Inquire next door. 6-8-lwk
4-ROOM, well furnished, modern
house, screen porch, clean 2015'
Adams. Tel. 1474-W. 6-2-lwk
THREE-room house, modern Inquire
2248 Jeff. Phone 1289-M. 5-6 lwk
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms. 2758 Lincoln 5-71wk
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms.
$12.00 month 2946 Childs Avo.
Phone 1857-W 5-6-lwk
TWO furnished H, K rooms. $9 :0
per month. No children 3234 Pa
cific Ave 6-6-lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
Strictly modern, 5G9 22ud St.
fi-3-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms: gas. bath;
also sleeping rooms 427 24th St.
4 u'j-lmo
FURNISHED Hats 2C34 Grant Ave
4-16-lyr.
TO TRADE
FIRST-cloas rooming house of 19
rooms fcr Ogden Real Estate. O.
A. White, 362 25th St. 5-7-lwk
REWARD
ItEWARD offered for Iver Johnson bi
cycie. double bar. stolen 4-1-13, in;
lials on 6addle. F. J. y.. 28. Call at
j Standard office 4-5-tf
LOST
' 081 on Gi .iii and Washington sout b
of 3ist St.. brown hand bag. con
taining silver, penny and note book.
Return to 2'J2S Grant Reward.
5'72t
DETWEEN 21st and Trots Si... a sui'
case containing Laundrv Address
2046 Adams. Reward 5-3-lwk
1 BAY horse- weight about 1100;
brand B. S." on left thigh: 11 yrs.
eld. Phone 196 Liberal reward
5-3-lwk
FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
I
P OWNER, a 5 -room house mi"
Mock irom car line, cement cellar,
llt-'ht , K'ooil out houses, garden, fruit
and I-rries enough for iamilv. Cheap
Enquire at :.u- Uh St 6-8-lwk
I NEW 4-rm house. 1 blook from Main
St car line schools. Stores, BOUth
porch, cement cellar electric light
Lot (0x128 to is-ft auey at rear A
largain, Part cash, balance on time
Owner, 740 B 7th St. 5-7-tf
ACRE orchard, new four room
house, closets, pantn porches, etc.
Water In house, electric lights. Will
be sold at a bargain. 740 E 7th St
Owner. 5-7-tf
MUST leave town account of health
bargain if taken at once; fi-rooni
modern brick house. 2227 Washington
4 7-1 m
BENCH Lovely home; 5 rooms.
modern; summer kitchen, cellar,
garage, tennis court, good terms.
'J48 Capitol avenue near Oulnev
6-2-lwk
'4-ROOM house with r9-foot front
age; nice locallou. $2000.00 Terms
to suit Owner leaving town ThU
I is a snap 411 24th St. 6-3-lwk
SIX loom frame house cellar barn,
fruit trees. $700 down. eas terms
I 734 Wash Ave. 6-6-lwk
NEW 5-room modern home on Wash
ington avenue, with lot 48x800 feet
with trontape on Hudson avenue Can
be had for 8700.00 less th;! Its alue
Good terms Phone Husscv Woods
Ream Co, 2411 Wash. Ave., Phone
393. 6-3-lwk
ONE modern 8 room residence, two
niodmi .r. ni'im eottages thr-'
choice residence lots. All close to
lliph School Phone 1R37-R 5-6-tf 1
FIVE POINTS Candy Kitchen. 2::o
Washington Ave. Want to retire
4-15-tf
FIVE-ROOM cotUijo 771 24th si
2-5-1 mo
DESIRABLE home nr ik'iic prop
erty, 24th st bench, modern 5-room
I brick bungalow barsaln for cjuicksnie
Price and terms, owner. W 11 Yoor
hie6. phone 8446-W. Call after 1
o'clock. Will take a good lot in
trade
GET A DIVORCE
From your landlord. I make It pos
sible for any energetic person to live
in a home of their own Will have
ready for occupancy, in a few days a
i dandy little modern bungalow cn
i bench ar line lxt 42 1-2x132 feet,
I larne living room and kitchen, two bed
: rooms, sc reened back porch and I
meat cellar, Inside finish and plumb
ing fixtures are the best. Small pay
' ment down, balance same as rent. Will
design and build to suit your ideas !n
any location on th- same terms.
E. W. CANNADY,
2411 Washington Room 11
GREAT bargains in lots
and homes, direct from
owner. Phone 1427.
SIX-ROOM brick hoiis on 29th St.,!
$1500 Terms to suit buyer. Sse '
McGregor Bros., 428 25th St. 4-12-lmo
4-ROOM frame house: 11 lots and
fruit trees everything; in the
ground; big chicken coop and chick-1
on.-; tarn with horses, wagons and
harnesses. Price $1500. Phone 2L"2-.l.
4- 14-lmo
i i , I
CATTLE RANCH FOR SALE
400 At "RES Large range and water
C. D IVES, 380 25TH STREET
5- 2-lmo
FOR SALE One of the best homes
In Ogden for half the cost of build
ings, large grounds, lawn and shade;
positively the greatest bargain In the
city Also farm and orchard near
city very cheap Easy terms on ei
ther property. R G Agee, 415 24th
street. 4-19-lmo
GARDEN LAND FOR SALE
6 ACRES and water. $1250. Easy
terms
C D IVES, 380 25TH STREET
5-2-lmo
HOTEL FOR SALE
C. D IVES, 380 25TH ST.
4 5-lmo
OGDEN
BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able m advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING
DONE In all lengths. 2568 Colec
Court, rear 240 J6th St. Tel. 17S9-W,
BOOKBINDING
J WILSON Booh and loc 'vafT
a manufacturer. Upj.uitra, J4J5
Wash Phono 850. 12-20-limo
'ATTORNEYS
i Lawyer u CONNOLLY, (over Nye'l
ClotLiUR store) 2411 Wash ave,
Phons H3.
E. T. HULAN ISkT First" National
Bank blag 1 2 -1 1 -tr
CLAIRVOYANT
I LISTEN here! .Madame Yogi's the.
greatest foreseer, astrologlst. palm
and card rad"r Call and be con
Irlnoed. 12 1-2 25th. Xewdale Room
1 "K House. 5 Vlmo
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard room. 2462 Grant
ave NOI T 1 1 E BIGGEST BUI THE
BEST. We have the coziest cosy Bil
liard Room tu Ogden, and all standard
high --"' "' Cheap; toui !.
hies at Bakers
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS
WICK BALK 6x10 Ullliar and Pool
tables Well ventilated rooms The
Cozv, 32ii 2;th.
CONTRACTORS
Newton-Burnham Co.
At the sigii of the Bungrlov, "
2349i2 Wash Ave. Phone 139.
See us before you place that
insurance our rates are lowest.
If you want results, list your
real estate with us Ve sell
and rent.
CHIROPRACTOR
F. J. FREENOR. Graduate Chlroprac
tor. Incurables and fc-m.ile trou
bles m specialty Consultation free
Rooms 13-H. 2411 Washington Ave.
CARPET CLEANING
K. van KAMPBN PhCud S82 for up.
bolstert'jg. mattress niaklnc. re
itretching of bed ppiinj?B
CHIMNEY SWEEP.
CHIMNEYS 'eaned. furnaces re
paired and cleaned I'lioni 90 or
213
HOTELS
THE CRESTON' Steam heated; hot
and cold water, everv room new
aLd modern; ZOc and un Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park
STOVES A.ND REPAIRS
Summer! I1'8 two stores. 2:504 Was't
ington avenue, and al 2139 Jefferson
avenue, repairs Tor I'a.uOn stoves both
new ann secondhand grind lav. n
mowers. Our telephone number is ;i4 .
JUNK
CGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any Hind of junk, phone us up. We
Will cali tor It Tel. 210.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGlNCi
PAINTING, paperhangin a id tlntjoi
Y den lloitoK. phore I71-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Pusician and
Burgeon Office hoirs 'll to 4 jv m.
New Peery Bids . Hudson Ave. PIiolo
. Residence phoue 212S- W. OIU
V. ofil ington avenue C-lt-U
! NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. D. IVES, 380 Tuenty-flfih St
PAPER CLEANING
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
clearin;. tough and pjinted walls
and h'jrisp All work guaranteed.
i'Qonc MCI, tiil Jackson avenue
2-1-tf
EXPERT ;tper cleaners. I'pholster
Ing Sod repairing; polishing and
iurnlture packing, carpets cleaned
aru laid. Phone 117J-.J. Lkukers AL
Kammeyer. MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
FIRST-CLASS music furnished for
dances iind parties; new and pop
ular tunes; a trial means a stead
job. Call us up for prices Phont
2143-J. 4-9-lyr
PHOTOGRAPHY
SOME people sa they do not take a
nood picture. Did you ever try
Crawabaw? Studio. 219 25th st
PRINTING
W001Y I'KiNTl.N'C, CO We do good
work, 2' j Wash ae PhODS bi
12-2U-lmj
B. F. THOMAS. Job Printing 24TG
Washington Ave Phono 1237.
4-18-lr.
RUBBER STAMPS.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phono 4'.,
or mall card if ou wish US to call
with samples Off.ce Sparc's.
12-3-lt
FIRE INSURANCE.
OLD reliable companies that pay
C. o ives. Agent, J" 35tb SL
STOVE REPAIRS
SUMilEKILL'Sk the larjcst stoo re
pair house in the v. est L304 Wash
ington a. . Ogden, Tel. 2-64. Mail
orders solldtetl 2-20-ti
SilMTARV WORK
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can furnlbhed iree. Sanitary
Carbat'o & Waste Paper Co. Phono,
C20. 2438 Wash Ave.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
:.'2 Grant. Bell phono 2018-W.
SWITCHES
MRS. C. E. LEE, 2345 Grnnt. Bring
combings. In afternoon.
VACUUM CLEANERS
ONE Uol-LAR pc daj, delivered and
called for. Electric Service Co.,
Phone S8. Up 24th kt.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
new and second hANu furniture,
lolbins an ,ijl;. bought, sold o:
eichanged. also 'I'.nks i n d suitcases
chiap. A Slner. Phono I3li 179 1-2
T .nt '-fifth St 6-13- lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wrsb
Ingtoc ave. 2d-huud tumiturs of
all klndi bought and sold. prices
which no other tti.ro ckn equal.
12-2 lr
The number of local unions In On
tario Can .ist )'ear wa as!
against 3t4 In 191L 1
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS I
PARN with lights and water. '".Tt
23rd St 4-30-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
W VNTED Man with about $50 can
sc ur Ultimate prosperous manu
facturing business and nlant .vlth SU
to $L' daily profita; no risk; bank
references. Se Mr White, Reed ho
tel, afternoons. 5-5-lwk
FOR SALE, MOTORCYCLE
5 H. P. Twin Indian and 7 H. P. Twin
Yale. 1912 models, at a bargain
Don t wait too long. Address 123.
care Standard. 4-13-lwk
FARM TO TRADE
f ARM near town for house, close in '
C D. IVLS. 2s0 L'5th St 1-15-ly,
FRATERNAL
I SOCIETIES
MASONIC Queen Either chapter
No 4, O. E. S., .egular meetings held
in Mjtonii Lai on Wasuingtou ave
between J.au and 26tLi sis. the iirai
iiud mird Fridas 01 each month So-
journmg inembers cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M. Whlttemorw. W
al.; uailio hi Cuve. Secretary
Cnily Lodge No IS, L A M,
Ida sonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue Ueetinga every v. o-ncsaa
evening at V.3u o'clock. Members or
bibler lodges and sojourniug brethren 1
cordially invited to attend. S. W
Wherry, W. M Felii T. Moore, Sec
retary. LADlEb of :iie Mac aooer, SlUer hive
No. 1, L. O I M.. meeu every
lust and mird Thursday evenings u(
i o'clock, and every 6econi and fourth
Thursday afternoons; at 2 20 o'clock
in Eagles' hail, 2441 Hodt n ave Vis- j
itiug members c:rdially Invited to :l
tend. Kathr.-n Eggleston, L. C L
Jennlo Prout, R. E
Sllvei Tent No 1, Macabecs of the
World, meet second and lourth Mon
dav nights at s o clock p ra. All vls
ItiL'g Sn Knignts cordial). Invited.
E. A. STEPHENSON,
Commander.
W P. OOLETREE,
Recor, Keeper
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No 5S1, u:eets every W ednei lay
night al 7.3u c'ciock. K of P hali.
Visiting neighbors incited Dues can
b paid to Dr. Alico M Ridge. M. D.
67-68 Lewis block Addie Hake., O.
N , 130 W. 27th St. Marie Crltes. Clerk,
272(1 Monroe aveuu
S?go Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
er: cccond and fourtn Thursday
ulghf.s at u p. m In LOO P hall
VkHinj teighbor cordially Invited.
Marj ti. BllZL G. N., 451 31st St. Kaio j
Heymao, Clerk, Bell 1247 -J
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No U IS. Order of Owls, meets ev
erv Friday evenlug In their own hall
(tbfl old Elk club rooms) at 81
o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are In
ited ro attend the nest meetings. I
C. Emmet:, President; J. Oliver, Sec-j
rotary, 2410' wash. Ae.
cjucen CLy Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I O.O. F., meeu second aL'il fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hal'.
Visiting members invited. Lula Claud
man. N. U.; Emma Me'.d. Recording
Secretary, 71S Twenty-third street.
Royal Neighbors of America .Meets
every first and third Wednesday
i nights of each month at 8 p. m., at '
the Odd Fellows hull Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be psld to
Mrs Anna Rles-Hiule , M. D , room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer. Ora
cle 24.":: Hairiaon Lillian Newton, 1
Recorder, 27th antl Qulncy.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p in . at
Union Labor hall. Visiting members
cordially invited Andrew W. Nelson.
I. P W'm. Muller, Sec. and Treas.
2i2 W'asniugton Ave
W oodmen of the W orla Weber
Camp No. 74 meets in K. of P. hall In
the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially Invited
10 attend O. D. Smith, C. C; E. Auta.
Clerk, First National Bank building.
Knights of Pythias- Ogden lo
No. 2. Knights of Pytniai. meets t
Castle hall, Ciah National bank build .
::ig, every Monday eveuing. All K. of
P.'s aro requested to meet with us. W.
D. Watson, C C; W. G. Kind. M of
E. ; W L Underwood. K of R. & S.
Fraternal Order )t Eagles Ogden
aerie No 118, F O- E., meets eeiy
Widiiesday evening at Eagle ball,
Hudton r.'-e., at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles aro invited to attend 1
' the aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a U. J. W. GrlfliD. W F resl- j
aent. F n Gelgcr. secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Modem Woodmen of America Utah
camp No. H'J90 meets every first and ,
, third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K ol P hall Twenty-fourth st awl
Washington ave Visiting membcrj.
Invited W. H. Draney. CousuL J.
il. Shafer, Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead. No. 1505. meets on j .
2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K
P ball Visiting Archers are cordially!
invited to meet with us. Addie L Wil
ilams. Foreman, 180 Twenty-first I"
,1 J A Juck. Correspondent,!
8202 Washington.
LEGAL NOTICES
The Mullet Kelly company of Salt
Lake is to hold a meeting May 16 to
consider changing name of company
to Kelly Clothing company and to
increase capital stock.
BIDS FOR SPRINKLING COUNTY
ROADS
SEALtCD BIDS will be received tt
the office of the bounty Clerk for
sprinkling county roads In all the
sprinkling districts ot Weber county
or a period of Four (41 months, he-
ginning May 15th. 1913.
The successful bidder must enter
Into contract to faithfully perform
said work. One half of one month
salary shall bo held In reserve by
'bci county as a guarantee until 1
the completion of the contract.
All bids must be In by 10 a. m..
May 12 The Board ot County Com-jj
1
J. J. BRUMMITT I
LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE H
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
For Rent For Sale I
Three acres of rich soil close in, I have about 100 acres of the E.
near car line, plenty of water; bcBt building and frravel iand in H
pood, rich loam soil, for rent ion' or around Ogden, this I will sell V
cheap on any kind of terms, either to anybody who desires to haul or B
for cash or part of cro.t. for building purpose? very cheap, ;
y-,, . . . ln ny quantity desired, on tcrm3 it?.
Chicken Ranch ,o wit I
Located clo3e in: a littlo over r x K
one acre of land, plenty of watt - X HStUTagC jM
good .r.-ronm hoiise; nd an nlwnd- I have 200 acres of good pas- K
ance of fruit and shade tree, an turage land plenty of good, pure E
ideal plic to raise chickens and spring water flowlne; all the while K ,
garden and hav0 a home in the I and j lenty of food. I will tako a K- '
city; only $2,000, $20n down; easy I limited nnmher of stocl" at a reas- B
misioners reserves the right to re
J" t any or all bids
By order of the Board of Count
Commissioners of W'eber county.
S. G. DYE. Clerk.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of ihe in'entlon of said board to make
the following described improvements,
to-wlt
To create both sides of Quincy av
enue from 20th to 22nd streets, and
the West side of Grant avenue from
10th to 20th streets as a sidew.dk dis
trlct and to build therein concrete
Sidewalks four inches In thickness
and five feet In width, together with
he necessnrv grading, and to defray
the whole of the cost theerof. estimat
ed at $1.726 00, by a local assessment
upon the lota or pieces of ground ly
ing and Doing within the following
district, being the district to be bene
fited or affected by said improve
racnts. z
All the land iyin between the cut
er boundary lines of said avenues and
a line drawn BO feet outward from and
parallel to the said outer boundary
lines.
All protests and objections to the car
rying out of said intention muit be
presented In writing to the City Re
corder 011 or before the 24'ii dS
May. 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m.. that
being the time set by said Board 0!
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections ns ma
be made thereto, at the Msvor's office
at the City Hall. Oden City, Utah
By order of the Board of Commll
sloners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 2'Jth day of April. 1912.
A. O, PELL, Mayor.
II I CRAVEN, City Knxineer.
First publication Ma 1. 1912
Last publication Mas 23, 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of I 'onimlssloners of Ogden City. Utah,
ot the intention of said board to make
the following dcs ribed improvements
to-wit:
To create Seventh street from
Washington to Madison avenues as a
sidewalk district, and to build therein
concrete sidewalks four inches in
thickness and four feet In width, to
gether with the necessary grading,
nd to defray the whole of the cot
thereof, estimated at 11,684.00, by a
local assessment upon the lots or
pieces of ground lying and being with
in the following district, being the dis
trict to be benefited or affected by
s.ild improvements, viz:
All of the land lying between the
outer boundary lines of said street,
und a line drawn 50 feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
ary Hues.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said Intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 24tb day of
.May, i:13. at 10 o'clock a. m., that
being the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's office
at the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City. Utah.
Dated this 29th day of April. 191.1.
A Q FELL. KSVOr
il .1 CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication May I, 191?.
Last publication May 23, 1913.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Offlee.
Salt Lake City. Utah. April 29.
1913
Notice Is horeby given that Wil
liam tllasmann. whose post office ?d
dress Is Ogden. Utab has made ap
plication in accordance with the re
quirements of the Compiled Laws of J
I'tah. 1907. as amended by the Scs
sion Laws of Utah. I9"'.i :md 1911, to
appropriate, one hundred fifty (150
1 ubi feet ot water per second from
the South Fork of OgdcQ Rivei We
ber County. Utah Said water will be
diverted at a point which lies 8to j
feet south of the north quarter cor
ner of Section 14. Towunhlp 6 north.!
Range 1 east. Salt Lake base and
merldiau. from Where It will b 011
veyed by meant o: :i canaL pips Una
and a flume for distance of i05,-l
500 feet arid there used from Ian-1
ry 1 to December 31, inclusive, ofi
each year to irrigate 4S.00O acrea of
laud embraced in Sections 3. 4 "j. 8 .'.
10, 11. 14. 15. lfi. 17. IS. 2V 21, 22.1
23, 24. 25. 26. and 27. Township r J
north. Range 1 west. Sections 3. 4.!
). 10, 15. 16. 22. 27. 34. and 35, Town
Ihlp 6 north Range 1 we6t; Sections
19, 20. 21. 22. 27. 28. 29. 33 and ".4.1
Township 7 north. Rang 1 west;!
Sections 16, 19, 20, 21. 22. 23, 26, 27. glV
' 31 and 22. Township 7 ffl
north. Ranne 2 west; Sections 4. 5. G, gH
7. 9, 17, 18. 19, 30 and 31. Town-
ship E north. Range 2 west; Sec- gH
tions 15 10 17 19. 20, 21 22 23 JH
24, 25. 26 27. 2s. 29. 80, 81, 32? 33. Town- "M
ship 6 north. Range 2 west; Sections ga
1, 2. 11. 1.', 13, 14. 23. 24. 25' 36,
Township north. Range 3 west. Salt
Ltikf base and meridian. This an-
plication is designated in the State f
Engineer's Office as No. 4964.
All protests against the granting I
of said application, stating the reas-
ons therefor, must be made by af- a
fldavit in duplicate and filed in this
offlee within thirty (30) days after
the completion of the publication of
this fftH
W; D. BEERS. State Engineer H
Dale of first publication May
1913. date of completion or pnbllca- gfS
Hon June 5. 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
I of Commission ?rs cf Ogden fity, Utah.
I of the in tf ut ion of ssid Board to mak L
j the following described Improvements, Kg
I To i'ii" Brinker avenue frr,:y j.V. 1 fl
: to 2;t!i Streets. Wall Avenue from
20th 21st Streets and 20th Street
' frcm Washington to Wall Avenue, as H
is sewer district, and lo build there
in pipe sewers, connecting with the
manholes of the present sewer sys- H
(en: and with such other manholes as
may bo necessary, and to defray the l
whole of :he cost thereof, estimated
at S4.&60.00, by a local assessment on
the lots or pieces of ground lying and
being within the following district.
being the district to be benefited or
affected by said improvements, viz:
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
cuter boundary lines.
All protests and objections 'o the g
carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 27th day of
May, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m.. that
belnir ih- time set for said Board of
i ( ommissioners when they will hear a
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayors of
flee at the City Hall. Ogden City.
By order of the Board of Commls
sloners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 7tb da of April, 1918. H
FELL Mavor
H. J. CRAVEN, rity Engineer
First publication. May 3rd. 1913.
Last publication. May 26th, 1913.
PROBATE AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE
Consult Ccunty Clerk or the Respeo
I tive Signers for Further
Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of Weber
County.
Estate of George P. Riley deceased. 4H
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the
office of A. G. Horn, attorney-at law,
1.421 Washington Ave . Ogden City.
I'tah. on or before September 8, 1913.
E. L. HARRIS.
Administrator
A. G. HORN. Attorney for said
""bargains in ' I
REAL ESTATE
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ee Carl C. Rasmus son j
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