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ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisements cost on cent
per word eacn issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
insertion last than 25 cents, or two 1
or moro lines per week at the rate of
26 cents per line per week, or 75
A cents per line per month. Remember!
five average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
&J rule.
W- HELP WANTED
VK'f FEMALE.
WOMAN wants washing to do at
borne. 2046 Adams Ave. Satiaf ac
tion guaranteed. 6-12-lwk
$2.60 PKR DAY paid one lady In each
town to distribute free circulars for
oonoentratjod flavoring in tubes. Per
manent position. F. E Barr Co-, Chi
cago. WAJfTED a dishwasher at the Vir
ginia hotel. 6-12-lwk
GIRL about 17 to assist In housework
SasJ 612 24Lh Call boweern Sunday and
Wednesday momlng. 6-10-tf
A GIRL for housework A R Mcln
; tyr. 2343 Adams Phone 442-M.
J V WANTED girl for general housework.
k-Tt Apply 679 24th St. 4-9-lf
- OIRTi for general housework. Call
2729 Washington ave. 6-8-lwk
WANTHJl) A middle-aged woman for
housekeeping. Apply 2018 Wash.
ir i- Av 5-7 -lwk
J OIRL to do housework. Mrs. I. L.
Clark. 2375 Madison 5-5-tf
frtt BJ - ,
GIRL or woman for housework. 2673
Monroe. 6-ltf
3 Sj y
WANTED Olrla at O. 8 L. Comsy
Laundry Apply to manager 4-21-tf
srruATioNS wanted
LOl FEMALE
-Ik CURTAINS laundered. Plione 1644 W
xtx 4-26-lmo
CURTAIN'S done up Tel. 969-M.
4-14-lmo
HELP WANTED
"JS! MALE.
. r. A GOOD man to lake subscription
. lor a weekly magazine Call on 11
,,' I A Stunion, Marlon hotel, between li
I and 7 i , ) i he 0V( ning
BHEE1 metal worker on electrli
i hi ctric Sen Ice Co . 425
) L-ith si 6-12-tl
Hflfi
niv, WANTED man or -. man to Bolic
f it subscribers for The Ogdcn Stand
. i r i Someone who has bicycle
ii ' ai . e and bug j pi i t r r. - i Call or
o- addrt sa i be Sti i dard offli e 5-lfl I
thr: '
GOOD MAN to take subscription
for a weekly magazine. Steady work
and good paj Call room 333 Marlon
Hotel evenings, between t and 9.
I i-7-lwk
1 WANTED Carpenters, ',0c per hour
R0' R ii Hov rd, I onl Bvanston, Wyo.
I Box 562. 5-7-lwk
. Its BU8HELMAN and pi r; one who
CJM - repairing Nobby Sultorlum,
i tQil li 25tb a
dJ SITUATIONS WANTED
rJ MALE.
:IPI
ra '
lfllf5 r MIDDLEAGED German couple with
in i out children, experienced In
( I? i ig, desir work on Cattle ranch or
, oc fi rm ln uli at ids :'::rj SI
B-12-lwb
- FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
m THREE-room bouse, modern Inquire
I 2248 Jefl Phone 1289-M 5-1 l-lwh
k FIVE rooms pantrj closet, eietri :
I light, city water. 4.13 12th Phone
J 270 R
ONE nice ''. room hcuse Inquire
" Phone I IG M 2-10-1 wk
THREE large rooms, large basement,
bath and toilet 276X Jefferson Ave
5-7-1 wk
4 AND 6-ROOMB, modern. 27th and
I Grant av Phi ne 2013 W ! ,
II 2634 Granl ave 5-1-tf
Ij, 8-ROOM modern brick bouae, 2165
Reeves avenue Rent 120.00 In
quire at the Blamarkv phone 339.
4-28-tt
mil
f MODERN five-room collage. Applj
Dr Freiday Phone 1637-R. 4 25tf
A NICE 7-rwom house Inquire 2340
rtt Jeff, 4-10-5wks
IN CROSS bld ; fine location; rooms
. ,i in first-dabs condition, low rents
if 3 or more rooms to a part C v
jjjltJS Cross to. 2262 W.'tah ave 4-21 lmo
f. E-ROOM house. 100 Wert Scth. ln-
,v quire Cbristenson SI: jo Store
U " 4-14-tt
REWARD
REWARD offered for Iver Johnson bl-
5- cycle, double bar. stolen 11
tlals on saddle, l" J T. IS. Call at
Standard office. 4 5-tf
WAITZr MISCELLANEOUS
I WANTED To buy Shcltand pony. A
I B. Foulper, Wrl:ht'B store.
I 60 HEAD of honses for pnaturage.
I I Smith Ranch, North Ogdon.
'y 5-10-lmo
jyf YOU PENT
I FURNISHED HOUSES
FOUR ROOM bouei piano, closo In.
Call 777 -J l-J-lwk
BOARD kND ROOM.
BOARD with or wilhout room, bona
cooking a specialty Phone I6lt-W.
Mrs Kate CragUfl I'rop . 214i Lincoln
6-10-lwk
BOARD and room, 2363 Adams
4-29-lmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
7 ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith
Grocery. 26th and Wash Phono S"l
3 21 tf
FOR SALE, HOMESTEADS
IF YOT want a homeBtead on Im
proved land worth $40 pr acre in
Utah, close to railroad, answer E. H
B . care Standard.
FOB 8 ALE MISCELLANEOUS
ALMOST new wagon Tel 2120-W
3250 Monro 6-H-lwk
MOTORCYCLE; also fine Bhotiruns
and rifles. 223 1-2 2th o-13-lwk
BE somebody Scoop Marry Fur
nish wlfle from A & Anything Ev
erytody'8 doln It Moving picture
machine, camera, wagon, cello, Cali
fornia lot.
DRIVING Mare, buggy and harness,
cheap. 1123 Oak. Phone 16A9-W
5- 12-lwk
GOOD team, weight 1200 lbs.; also
harness and heavy spring wagon
Call 489 16th street. Phone 2050-J
6- 12-lwk
DANDY saddle pony. Cheap Phone
1209. 6-12-lmo
SCOOP, If I had an angel's voice Pd
shout for A. ft Anything Saved us
a week's pay on a new bathtub Bank
er put me wise Wagons, buggies, cul
tivators on time.
HIGHEST grade pianos and players
from factory to your homes, good
stock on hand at all times. lowrt
prices Easiest terms Pantono. l'74
Hudson Tel 1209
VIOLINS dirt cheap, caBh or pay
ments. Pantone. 2874 Hudson Tel
1209. 4-1 1-1 wk
SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
Irdex cabinet. Inquire at the
Standard Luslncss Office and see It
there. i-3i-tfj
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson j
Ave., bet. 23rd and 24th Sts Phono'
617-J. 12-2?-tf!
PULL sized Ink barrels, $1 00 apiece.
Inquire Eenlng Standard, 360 24t.b
8r. Phone 50. 1-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on first mortgago real es
tate loans Kelly ii Herrlck.
3-15-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on rent estate,
1)0 up; real estate contracts and
n;ortfagf bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO
2411 Washington Ave. Room 11.
LOANS on Improved farm or rltv
property, hunter & Kennedy.
42U "4th St, oppotito court house.
5-12-tf
Monev to loan on city and Tarm
propertj Any amount no delay
Mathew-McOuiloch Co. under First
National bark. Phone 301-W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established I
188D The Money Lenders ot Ogdcn
278 20th t. C. B Smith. Prop.
y-4-lyr
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You j
can get It Today Cheapest rates,
best and most prlate terms In Utah i
U D Drake, over Paine Hurst.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J J Bruramltt 4-27-tf
POULTRY
1000 BABY chicks, Blanchard heavy'
laying strain, for sale tomorrow
Agencv White Hatchery. 3239 Wash.
Phone' 1806 -H. 6-3-lt
HATCHING rpz? from eishl differ
ent kinds of poultry at reduced
prlct B for balance of the season Baby
thicks for sale Barrows, 3239 Wash
Phone 1806-M. 5-3-tf
BABY chicks for sale. 3239 Wash-
lngton ave. 1806-M 4-18-tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
MODERN 4-room furnished flat; no
children 43t; II. Trick Ave 5 10 lwk
THREE furnishV housekeeping
rooms, 2338 Wall. 5-9-tf
ONE of Rich's flats. 2469 Jefferson
Tel. 609. 6 9-tf
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms 275S Lincoln 5-7 Iwl;
HOD8BKEBPINQ rooms; gas. bath;j
alBO sleeplug rooms. 427 24th St.
4-29-lmo
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave
4-161r
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS
A NICELY furnished front room,
close in Inquire 205"'. Douglasnu
5 lu lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
BtrlCtly modern, 569 22nd St
6-10-1 w I. J
.UiOM with bath for man and wife:
board If desired 2128 Lincoln.
5-7-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $J
wk up. 536 31st SL 3-13-lyr
MODERN furnished, room, with or
without board. 539 23rd 4-28-lmo
TWO furnished rooms. 2054 Farr ave.
4 22 lmo
LOST
SOLID Rold locket and chain, be
tween Jeff, and Monroe on 27th
Return to 2652 Monroe. Reward.
5-13-lwk
TO TRADE
FIRST-clnss rooming houae of 19
rooms for Ogden Real Estate O
A White. 362 25th St. 5 7 -lwk
TW'n new 5-room. modem. brick
Bungalows, full basement Will
trade for farm or city property. A
big bargain for cash Inquire at Foul
ger & Sons, lift 24fh St.
I FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
1 SIX-ROOM framo house, cellar, bam.
fruit trees. $700 down. Easy terms,
j 734 Washington Ave. 5-13-lwk
I AN Ideal borne, I acre ground en
tirely planted in bearing fruit trees
and garden. Full wair right eight
I room house, brick cellar, large barn
and chicken house Chap If tnken
Boon . Inquire 1902 Jackson E-18-lwk
6-ROOM framo house on Monroe,
near 25th, a snap terms, 12600
' Kelly & Herrick 6-12-tf
BUNGALOW cottage, South Washing
ton avenue. Inquire Owner Tel.
2314. 6-12-lwk
FIVE room modern brick house 3061
Grant Bid on same; mum be sold at
once S M Kershaw. Layton, Utah
6-10-lwk
CHOICE HALF ACRE
On West 17th St. Rich soil and
plenty of water, whero you can raise
an abundance of fruit, small fruit and
garden truck Price $450 00, small
payment down, balance $10 00 per
month
E. W. CANNADY
2411 Washington Room 11
TWO acres. 4-room house, barn,
chicken coop and water right. 880
East Second St 5-10 lwk
FOR SALE Close In I acre, $900,
$50 down. $10 month Excellent
soil. Phone 91S 6-9-tf
fi OWNER, a 5-room house, one,
block from car line, cement cellar,
light"?, good out houKos, garden, fruit
and bcrrlc6 enough for family Cheap
Enquire at 602 4th St. 5-8-lwk
NEW I rm house. 1 bio k from Main
St. car line, schools. Stores, Bouth
porch, cement cellar, elr'trie liht
Lot 40x128 to lS-ft alle at rear A
bargain Part cash, balance on time
Owner. 740 E. 7th St 6-7-tf
- A RE orchard new four room
housv, closets, pantry, porches, otc
Water In house, electric light. . Will
be sold at a bargain 740 E 7th St.
Owner 6-7-tf
MUST leave town account of h:ihh
bargain H taken at once, 5-room
modem brick house, 2227 Washington
I 7 lmo
ONE modern 8 room residence, two
modern 6-room cottages, thrc?e
choice residence lots. All close to
High School Phone 1637-R, 6-6-tf
BUNGALOW
BARGAIN
JUST completed on bench and car
line Large living room. 2 pleasant
bed rooms, modem kitchen and bath
room, nice pantry screened porch and
cement cellar All ni' h finished and
complete in over respect Will make
a very attractive price for quick sale
Small payment down, balance same
as rent. Don't delay, 1 am going to
sell it
E. W. CANNADY
2411 Washington Avenue Room 11
FIVE POINTS Tandy Kitchen, 2".G
Washington Ave Want to retire.
4-15-tf
FIVE-ROOM cottage. 771 24th si
-2 5 lmo
DESIRABLE home or Income prop
erty. 24th st. bench, modem 5 room
brick bungalow bargain for quick sale
Price and terms, owner, W. H Vocr
htes, phone 2445 -W. Call after 4
o'clock Will take a good lol in
t radc.
SIX-ROOM brick house on 29th St ,
Jl'no Terms to suit biner. S3e
McGregor Bro6., 428 2Sth St 4-12-lmo
4-ROOM frame house 11 lots and
fruit trees; everything In the
ground; big chicken coop and chick
ens; barn with horses, wagons and
harnesses Price $15l0. Phone 2162-J
4- 14-lmo
CATTLE RANCH FOR SALE
400 ACRES Large ran and water
C D IVES. 30 25TH STREET
5- 2 lmo
FOR SALE- One of tbe neBt homes
in Ogden for half the cos! 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 ol
ther property R G. Agee, 415 24rh
street. 4-19 Lmo
GARDEN LAND FOR SALE
6 ACRES and water, $1250 Easy
terms C D IVES. 380 25TH STREET
6 -2- lmo
HOTEL FOR SALE.
C. D. IVES, 230 25TH ST.
4 5 lmo
OGDEN BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
Advertisements in tins column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING
DONE In all lengths 25GS Cole7!)
Court, rear 24u 26tu St, Tel. 179-W.
ATTORNEYS
LAWYER O'COWNOLLY. (over Nvel
Clothing Stoio.) 2411 Wash
PhOItS -93.
E T. HULANISKI. First NatToTi
Bank bldg. u-ii-i;
BOOKBINDING
J WILSON Book and loose '1 Je
vice manufnrurer Upstairs, 2405
Wash Phone 8B0. 12-30-lmo
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
i BAKER'S Billiard room. 2452 Gmn'.
ave. NOT THE BIGGEST BCT THE
BEST We have the cozleet cory Bll
I Hard Room In Ogden. and all standard
hiph grade nc cheap; four slate ta
I bles at Baker'a
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS
WICK BALK 5x10 Bllliar and Pool
taoles Well ventilated rooms The
Cozy, 32C 25th.
CLAIRVOYANT
I LISTEN here' Madame Yogi s the
greatest foreseer, astrologlsu palm
and card reader. Call nnd be con
j vlnced 132 1-2 25th N'ewdale Room
j Ing House. 6 5 lmo
CONTRACTORS
xBaMBsUsntn La j
Newton-Burnham Co.
"At the sign of the Bung-alow"
2349i2 Wash. Ave. Phone 139.
See lis before you place that
insurance our rates are low
est. If you want resmlts, list your
real estate with us We sell
and rent.
CHIROPRACTOR
F. J. FREENOR, Graduate Chiroprac
tor Incurables and femalo trou
bles my specialty Consultation free.
Rooms 13-14, 2411 Washington Ave.
CARPET CLEANING
K VAN KAMPEN Phcue 8S2 for up
holstering, mattress pairing r.
tretebjug of bed fprings
HOTELS
THE CRESTON Steam heated: hot
and cold water, every room; new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
filth street, opposite City park.
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono us up. We
will call for It TeL 210.
PAINTING, PAPERHANG1NG
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting
Y den HOTtog, phono 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p, m.
New Pecry Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
19C -W. Resliieuce phono 2129 vV. 64G
NYo&tlncton avenus. S-ll-U
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St
PAPER CLEANING
JAMES THOMPSON ISxpert paper
cleacing; l-ough and painted walls
land burlap. All work guaranteed.
Phono i lw 2341 Jackbou avenue j
2-1-tf
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
FIRST-CLASS music furniBhed for
dances and parties, new and pop
ular tunes, a trial means a steady
Job Call us up for prices Phone I
2143-J. 4-9-lyr
PHOTOGRAPHY
SOME people say they do not take a
good picture. Did ou ever try
Crawshaw? studio, .'Hi 25th st.
PRINTING
WOOPV rillNTING CO We do good
work. 24C5 Waah ave. Phone 85U. '
12-30-lmo
B. F. THOMAS. Job Printing 24TC
Washington Ave. Phone 1237.
4-18-lyr
RUBBER STAMPS.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phono 454.
or mull card if you wish uo to caU i
ith samples Office Spargo's.
12-3 It
FIRE INSURANCE.
OLD reliablo companies that pay J
C D. IVES, Ac nt. 380 26th St-
STOVE REPAIRS
Surnmcnirs two :itors ; I aili-
mgtoii avenue, and at i'i 19 Fefferson
avenue. Both now and second hand
Repairs for 2500 stoves We grlnl
lawn mowers Our telephone number
Is 364.
SANITARY WORK
YOUR garbage hauled regular San
itary can furnished free Snnltar)
Garbage & Wsste Paper Co. Phono,
: 620. 2438Mi Waah Ave.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2.'2S GranL Bell phono 2018-W
SWITCHES
MRS C. E LEE, 2346 Grant. Bring
combings. In afternoon.
VACUUM CLEANERS
ONE DOLLAR T day. delivered and
called for Electric Service. Co,
j Phono 88. Up 24th st.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture
lotbtng and shoeb, bought, sokl or
'exchanged, also trunks and sultcasas
choap A Slner. Phone 132. 179 1-2
Tw nt--fifth St 6-13-lyr.
I 7 X L FURNITURE ntore. 2227 Wash
ington ave; 2d-hand f irniture of
all kind6 bought and sold, prices
which no othr sturo can equaL
M-2-lyr
Al Urtck, for ten years president of
' the Iowa State Federation of luibor.
hai? leen Installed us state com;ni
i 9loner of labor
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
MERCANTILE Investment In es-1
tablished paying grocfry buslm
tood trade already developed and
growing, from which future possibili
ties can be estimated, closest investi
gation invited. For particular see or
wrlt- 1 1 M Monson. the. Land Man
Ogdon. Utah. 5-11 -lwk
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
BARN with lights and water 674
23rd St 4-30-tf
SECONDARY WATER
IN Davis and Wehr Counties Canal
Co for ?a'o or rent. Inquire L'411
Washington. Room 11.
FOR SALE, MOTORCYCLE
S H P Twin Indian and 7 H P Twin
Yale, 1912 models, at a bargain ,
Don't wait too long. Address 123.
caro Standard. 4-18-lwk I
,
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, close In
C D. IVES. 380 20th St 1-1&-lyr
FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave.
I between 26th and 26th sts. the first
, and third Fridays ot each month. So
journing members cordially Invited to
attend. Eannio M. Whttu.-more, W.
M.. CaJlio tl cuve, Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M ,
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening al 7 .30 o clock. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend 8 W.
I Wherry, W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec
retary. LADIES of the Maccabees, Sliver hive
No. 1, L. O T. M., meets every
firBt and third Thursday evenings al
8 o ciock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2 30 o'clock,
in BaglSS hall, 2441 Hudson avo. Vis
iting members ccrdiaiLy .nited to ''.t
lend. Katbryn Eglsiilon, L. U. L
Jeunlo Prout, R. K
Silver Tent No. 1. Macabees of the
World, meet second and fourth Mon
day nights at S o clock p. m. All vis
iting bli Knights cordially Invited.
E. A. STEPHENSON,
Commander.
W B. OGLETREE.
Recorj Keeper.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7.30 o'clock. K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors lnvlied Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge. M. D.,
67-58 Lewis block. Addle Baker. O.
N., 130 W. 27th St. Marie Crites, Clerk,
273i Monroe avenue.
Sego Lily Clrclo No. 174 meets ev
ery socond and fourth Thursday
ulguts at 8 p in In L O. O. F. hall
Vltlting neighbors cordially Invited.
.Miry E. Blixt, O. N., 461 31ai St Kate
Heyman. Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
ORDER OF OWLS--Ogdcn Net
Nc. 1218, Order of Owls, meets ev
erj Friday evening in tbeii own ball
(the old Ell; club rooms) at S
o'clock Visiting Brother Owls are In
i ited to attend the neat meetings. I.
C. Emmett, President; J Oliver, Sec
retary. 2416 Wash. Ao.
Queen CUy Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
1 O. O. F. ineet3 second and fourth
1-riday evenings al Odd Fellows halL
Visiting members invited Lula Claud
man, N , Emma Meid Recording
Secretary, 718 Twcnty-ttird street
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nlKhts of each month at X p m, at
the Odd Fellows hall Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Rles-Flnley, M D., room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora
cle. 2453 Harrison uilllan Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy
Woodmen of the V. oriu Wobor
Camp No 74 meets In K of P hall in
the Utah National bank building ev
en Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting W.icdmen cordially Invited
to attend D D. Smith, C C , E Auth,
Clerk, First National Bank building.
Knights of Pythias -Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meeta at I
Caalle hall, Utah National bank build 1
ng, every Monday evening. All K A ;
lJ a arc regucsted to meet with us. W. I
D Watson, C C , W. (. Kind. M of
E , W L. Underwood. K. of R. &. S. j
Fraternal Order dI Eagles Ogden
aeile No. 118, F O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall
Hudson ave, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother EL'aglea aro invited to attend
the acrle meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. n J W. Griffin. W. Presi
Qent. El R Gelger, secretary. Dr. C
E Wardlcith. Aorls Physician.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No. 9990 meets every first aud
tbird Tuesday evenings at 8 o clock at
K of P hall, Twenty fourth st. and
Washington ave Visiting members
Invited. W. H Draney, Consul J
M. Shafcr, Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
UKden Homestead, No. 150G. meets on
2nd and 4th Tuesday evi-ulngs at K.
P hall Visiting Archers are cordially
invite. I to meet with us. Addlo L. Wil
liams, Foreman. 180 Twenty-first !
street. J A Juck. Correspondent,
3202 Washington.
PROBATE AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE
Consult Count Clerk or the Respec
tive Signer for Further
Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in the district court of Webor
county, Utah.
Estate ot James Clinton Jones, de
ceased Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the
office of A G Horn, attorm y at law,
2421 Washington avenue, Ogden City,
Utah on or beforo September 15th,
1913.
EVA JONES.
Adminlsti-itor.
A. G. HORN.
Attorney for said estate.
Fit I
J. J- BRIM MITT fl
LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE H
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
For Rent For Sale t
Three acres of nrh -oil close in. I have about 100 arrea of the L
near car line, plenty of water; best building md srravel land In ,f
Kood. rich loam soil, for rent very or arouni! Kden. this I will soli F
cheap on an kind of irms, either to anybody who desires to haul or i
for cash or part of crop for building purposes very cheap.
. . . In any quantity desired, on terms f
Chicken Ranch to 8Ut
Located close In; a little over
one acre of land, plentv of water. l aStlirae t
goorl 5-room house; nd an abund- I have 200 acres of good pas- f
ance of fruit and shade trees; an turatro land, plentv of gtod. pure I
ideal phce to rnlse chickens and 8rlnR water flowing all the' while v
garden and hav a homo In tho and plenty of fcxl I will tako a if
city: only $2,000. $200 down; easy limited aumbsr f siocl- at a reas- k
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LEGAL NOTICES
The Mullet Kelt company of Salt
Lake 1b to bold a meeting May 16 to
I consider changing name of company
to Kelly Clothing company and to
Increase capital stock.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Hoard
Of Commissioners of Ogdon City. Utah,
of the Intention of aald board to make
the following described Improvements,
to-wit
To crente both sides of Qulncy av
enue from 20th to 22nd sln-em and
the West side of Grant nvenue from
19th to 2th streeta as a sidewalk dis
trict and to build therein concrete
sidewalks four Inches In thiekne6B
and five feet In width, together with
the necessary' grading, and to defray
(.HO hole of I Vl,. r , :., (,,.,- I 1'n i'
ed at $1.721 00, by a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground ly
ing and being within the following
district. bcliiK the distrlrt to ! ben.--flted
or affected by said Improve
ments lz
All the hind lying between the out-'
er boundary lines of said avenues and
a lino drawn 60 feet outward from and
parallel to the aald outer boundary
lines
All protests and objections to tho ear
rylng out of said intention must bp
presented In writing to the City H"
(order on or before the 24th day of
May, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m . that
being the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such object Ions as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor s office
at the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah.
By order of the Board of Commls
sioners of Ogden City, Utah
Dated this 29th dav of April. 1912.
A G. FELL. Mayor.
H. J. CRAVEN, City EnRlneer.
First publication May 1. 19U1.
Last publication May 23, 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogdeu City, Utah,
ot the Intention of said board to make
the following described 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,
and to defray the whole of the cost
thereof, estimated at $1,684.00, by n
loral assessment upon the Iota or
pieces of ground lying and being with
In the following district, being the dlfl
trlct to be benefited or affected by
said improvements, viz.
All of the land lying between the
outer boundary lines of said street,
and a line drawn 50 feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
ary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said Intention must
be presented In writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 24th day of
May. 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m . that
being thf time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be mjfli- 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.
Haled this 29th dav of April 1913.
A G. FELL. Mayor
H I CRAVEN City Engineer.
First publication May 1. 1913.
Last publication Mn 28, 113
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the overland Mining A Milling com
pany will be held at the office of
M. Conroy, 800 25th street, Thurs
day. May 29, 1918, at 7:3u u m., for
tho purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing year and transacting
such other tmsinegs a6 may come be
fore the meeting A full representa
tion iB requested E. M CONROY,
President
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the Municipal Court Within and
for the City of Ogden, County of We
ber, Siaic of l.'tah.
Before Hon w h Reeder, Jr., kfu
al pal Judge and E-Offlcio Justice of
the Peace
N. O Ogden Company, a corpora
tlon. Plaintiff, vs Lester W Cranston,
Defendant
The State of Utah to Said Defend
ant:
Von are hereby summoned to a;
pear before the above entitled court
within ten (10) days after service of
thli summons noon you. if i rvt j
within the county In which this action
is brought, otherwise within twenty
(20) days after this service nnd de
fend the above entitled action; In case
of your failure to do bo. Judgment will
he rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint In 6a!d
action, which was filed In said Court
on the 14th day of January'. A D
1913.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
v eber county, greeting
Make legal service and due return
hereof
witness Hon w H Boeder, Jrn
Judge of said court, with tho seal
thereof, this 29th day of April. 1913
I. N. Fulton. Clerk
This action is brought to recover
the sura of $25.50. with $12 4s Interest,
due on account for goods, wares and
merchandiee.
An Investigation l being held by j
the crop and labor commissioner of;
the Canadian agriculture department
Into the high cost or living In Brlti: b
Columbia, '
EXPERTS ON HYGIENE. I
Baltimore, May i; Experts on
hyeglene And public bathing from I
leading citlee of the UnlteJ States,
were D attendance when 'he second
annual conference of the American J
association for the Promotion of Hy- I
giene and Public Baths opened hero 1
to. lav I
CO
Eight? per cent of the girl of New
York, it Is said are never allowed to
keep any of the money they earn ex
cept carfare. 1
LEGAL
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Englneer'B Office, ,
Salt Lake City. Utah. April "9 I
1913 ' j!
Notice Is hereby given that Wll- f
liam tilaamann, whose post offlco ad
dress is Ogden, Utah, has made ap- 1
plication In accordance with the re- I
quiremejitfi of tho Compiled Laws of 1
Utah, 1907. no amended by the See- j
Ion Laws of Utah. 1909 and 1911, to
appropriate one hundred fifty (150) I
ICUDM feet of water per second from 1
the South Fork of Ogden River, Wre- I
ber County, Utah. Said water will be '
diverted at a point which Ilea 8tJ0
feet south of the north quarter cor
ner of Section 14, Township 6 north, I
Range 1 east, Salt Lake base and
meridian, from where It will be con- '
veyed by means of a canal, pipe line 1
and a flume for a distance of 105,
100 feet and there used from Janu
ary ) to Ewember 31. inclusive, of
each year, to Irrigate 48,000 acres of !
land embraced in Sections 3 4 6 8 9
10, 11, 14, 15. 16. 17, 18. 20. 21, '22. !
23. 24. 25, 26, and 27. Township 5
north. Range 1 west, Sections 3, 4,
9, 10. 15, 16, 22, 27, 34. and 35. Town
ship 6 north Range 1 west; Sections
19. 20. 21. 22. 27. 28. 29. 33 and 34.
Township 7 north, Range 1 west;
Sections 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27. '
28, 29. 30, 31 and 32, Township 7
north Range 2 west. Sections 4, 6, 0
7. 8, 9, 17. 18. 19. 30 and 31. Town-
ship 5 north. Rane;o 2 west. Sec- I
tlons 15, 16. 17, 19, 20, 21. 22, 23.
24. 25, 2, 27, 28, 29, 30 31. 32, 38. Town-
ship 6 north. Range 2 west. Sections
1, 2, 11, 12, 13. 14, 23, 24, 25' 36.
Township E north. Range 3 west. Salt
Lake base and meridian. This ap
plication Is designated In the Stato
Engineer's Office as No. 4964
All protests against the granting
of said application, stating tho reaa
ina therefor, must be made by af
ridavlt in duplicate and filed In this
itfice within thirty HO) days after
the completion of the publication of
this notice.
W D BEERS. State Engineer
Date of first publication May rt,
1913, date of completion of publica
tion Juno 5. 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by tho Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of the Intention of said Board to make
the following described Improvements,
to-wit-
To create Brlnker avenue from 25th
to 26th Streets, Wall Avenue from
20th to 21st Streets and 20th Street
from W'abhlngton to Wall Avenue, an
a sewer district, and to build there
in pipe sewers, connecting with tho
manholes of the preeent scorer sys-
tem and with such other manholes as
may be necessary, and to defray the
whole of the cost thereof, estimated
at $4,560.00, by a local assessment on
the lots or pieces of ground lying and
being within tho following district,
being the district to bo benefited or
affected by said Improvements, viz:
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street and
avenues, and a lino drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to tho said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
! be- presented In writing to tho City
Recorder on or before the 2Ttb day of
Ma. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m, that
being 'he time, set for said Board of
t ommtseloners when they will henr
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of
fice at tho ( Ity Hall, Ogden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden lty, Utah
Dated this "lb day of April. 1913.
A. O KELL. Mayor.
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
Flrat publication. May 3rd, 1913
I-ast publication, May 26th. 1913
BARGAINS IN I
BfAl ESTATE
if you want a home at reasonable
prices, we can accommodate you Any
one who wants to males an Invest
mcnt, her la an opportunity to make
25 per ceot In a short time.
We need the money, you ueed the
house.
1 Frame house, 1 moms.
I Frame house, 5 rooms. B
1 Frame house, 3 rooms.
1 Two story framo house. 7 rooms
bctb. H
1 Drick house, 5 rou and bath. B
tVe will sell the above houses very
cheap for -ash. and will also sell
same on reasonable terms 1
Dor t pay rent but got a homo of
Come and talk the malter over, or
call us up. Phone 811
Vote Lumber Co. I

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