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j THE OGDEN STAITDARD. OGDEN. UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 16. 1913.
i READ THIS ; ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisement, cost on cent per word each ntue, or 5 cents per V line of five words per day, no firat Insertion leu than 25 cents, or two or more lines per week at the rate of 25 cents per line per week, or 75 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 P rule. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED An experienced girl for housework, $6.00 per week; no washing. Inquire at 818 24th Street WANTED a dishwasher at the Vir ginia hotel. 5-12-lwk ""s OniL to do housework. Mrs 1 I, Clark. 2375 Madiaon. 6-5-tf WANTED Girls at O S I,. Comsy sl laundry Apply to manager 4 21 tf SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE Ml I WOMAN wants washing to do at home 1046 Adams Ave. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 6-12-lwk GIRL wants work by day washing or housecleanlng. 3436 Adams Phone 273-R 6-13-lwk CURTAINS done up Tel. BM-M. 5-16-lmo. CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644-W 4-25-1 mo HELP WANTED MALE. SHEET metal worker on electric i signs Electric Service Co., 425 1 24th SL 6-12-tf : Bl'SHELMAN and prcsser, ono who . does repairing Nobby Suitorlum, 223 25th SL SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. MIDDLEAGED German couple with j out children, experienced in farm- ' Jng. desln- work on Cattle ranch or I (arm. Inquire at 158 23rd St 6-12-lwk FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES. A 5 -ROOM house for $12.50 per month. Call up 612. 6-16-lwk NEW 6-room bungalow house, full basement, west bench. inquire 500 W 24th St 5-14-lwk 4-ROOM house; lights, water inside,) $12; also 3 rooms. Close In. 2155 Adams. 5-13-lwkj iW'I ONE nice i, room tlOttSC Iriiiuin Phon. : IE M 2-10 i h 4 AND CROO.Mb. modern. 27lh and Grant ave. Phone 2019-W. Apply X j-,:'.4 urant ave 51 tf sa 8-ROOM modern brick house. 2165 1 Reeves avenue. Rent $20.00. In- ZM quire at the Blsmark, phono 389 4-28-tf A NICE 7-room house Inquire 2340 ( Jeff. 4-10-5wks IN CROSS bldg ; fine location; rooms in first class condition; low rants. 3 or more rooms to .i party t'. W I4W Cross f'o . 2252 Wash are 4 21-imo ess. 6-ROOM house. 199 West 30th. in 1 W quire Christeneen Shoe Store. 4-14-tf en - . REWARD REWARD offered for 1 r Johnson bl cycle, double bar. stolen 4 11.; im W on saadle. r J T. 23 Call it Standard office. 4-5-tf ' LOST. BOL1D gold locket and chain, bt tween Jeff, and Monroe on 27th. V Return to 2661 Monroe Reward. 5-13-1 wk BORREL mare. white spot on head and hind legs; about 700 lbs. Re turn 127 25th Reward. 5-13-lwk BUNCH of white Aigrettes. Return to Dorothy Madson. I. a Mode Mll- I1M17 Liberal reward. 6-14-tf LOCKET and chain 'Hazel" across the back Return to Last & Thorn -, as. Reward. 5-16-lwk WANTED MISCELLANEOUS e WANTED To buy Sheltand pony. A B. Foulcer, Wright's store. ifl 50 HEAD of horses for pasturage. I (rtfj Smith Ranch. North Ogden 1 B-lO-lmo llf FOR RENT jjj! FURNISHED HOUSES THREE-room house, modern Inquire k 224v Jeff I'honc 12S'.' M 5-1.: lk nl FOCR-ROOM house; piano, close In Call 777 J. l-9-lwk PATENTS BEN LOEWENTHAL 5203 Pnilrle Ave.. Chicago Patent Promoter Expert lu patent issues Ogd.n ref erence. 5-14-tf BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD with or without room; home cooking a ppecinlty Phone 1688-W. Mre. Kate Cftiguu. Prop.. 2146 Lincoln. a 5-10-1 wk HOARD and room. 236.! Adams 29-lmo II , 1 Many a man who stems dead to the ,d world la 1 ' d in though! ccIf's FOR RENT UNFURNISHED APARTMENT 7-ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith Groc-r. 26th and Wash Phone 3-2 1 tf FOR SALE, HOMESTEADS IF VOX" want a homestead on im proved land worth $4" per acre In : l.'tah. close to railroad, answer E H I U , ir.- Standard FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE complete, with stoves dishes etc. of four roome vklih rental of modern house. Call 539 21 street. ALMOST new wagon. Tel. 2120-W 3260 Monroe 5-13-lwk MOTORCYCLE; also fine shotguns and rifles. 223 1-2 25th 6-13-lwk BE somebody Scoop Marry Fur nish wlfie from A A Anything Ev erybody's doln It Moving picture 'machine, camera, wagon, cello, Cali fornia lot. DRIVING Mare, buggy and harness, cheap. 1123 Oak. Phone 16B9-W 6-12-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 rolce I'd shout for A. & Anything Saved us a week s pay on a new bathtub Dank er put me wise Wagons, buggies, cul tivators on lime. HIGHEST grade pianos and players from factory to your homes; good stock on hand at all times, lowest prices. Easiest terms. Pantoue, 2674 Hudson Tel. 1209 VIOLINS dirt cheap, cash or pay , monts. Pantono, 2874 Hudson. Tel 1209. 4-lllwk SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card Index cabinet. Inquire at the Standard Business Office and see It there 1-31-tf KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson Ave., bet. 23rd and 24lb Sts Phone 617-J 12-2-tf FI LL sized Ink barrel?. $1 00 apiece Inquire Evening Standard, 3G0 24th 8:. Phone 5G. 1-18-tf MONEY TO LOAN MONEY on first mortgago real es tate loans Kelly &. Herrlck. 3-15-tf MONEY TO LOAN on real estate 100 up; real estate contracts and mortgage? bought and sold. BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO 2411 Washington Ave, Room 11 LOANS on Improved farm or city property HUNTER &. KENNEDY, 423 24th St., opposite court house 6-12-tf Monev to loan on city and i'arra property. Any amount no delay Mathews -McCulloch Co. under First) National bark Phone 301-W MONEY to loan on watcher dla- Blonds, jewelrv. firearms, etc Un cle Sam's Loan Offlcr, established 1683 The Money Lenders of Ogdeo 278 25th sL C. EL Smith. Prop 8-4-lyr CHATTEL loans, iaiary loans You can get it toaay Cheapen rates best and meat private terms In Utah D. D. Drake, over Paine 4c Hurst MONEY to loan on real estate secur- I Uy. J. J. Bruramltt- 4-27 -tf POULTRY 1000 BABY chicks. Blanchard beav laying strain, for sale tomorrow Agency White Hatchery, 3239 Wash Phone 1806-M. 6-3-lt HATCHING eggs from eight differ ent kinds of poultry at reduced prli es for balance of the season Baby Chicks for sale. Barrows, 32P.9 Wash Phone 1806-M. 5-3-tf BABY chicks for sale. 3239 Wash-1 ington ave 1806-M 4-18-tf HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS TWO nice furnished rooms for house keeping. 165 W. 30th St. MODERN 4-room rurnishd flat, no children. 436 Herrlck Ave B-10-lwk THREE furnisher hou9ekeeptn rooms. 2338 Wall 6-9-tf UOUSEKEEPINQ rooms; gas. bath, also sleeping rooms. 427 24th St. 4-29-1 mo FURNISHED flats 26H4 Grant T 4-16-lyr. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. DEAL rooms, modern at reasonable prices. 23V 27th St 6-lC-lwk ONE of Rich's flats. 24C9 Jefferson Tel. 609. 6-9-tf A NICELY furnished front room. cloe In. Inquire 2056 Douglass. 6-10-lwk FURNISHED housekeeping rooms strictly modern. 569 22nd St. 5-10-lwk P'OR RENT Furnished, new, clean. comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2 wk. up. 536 31st SL 3-13-lyr MODERN furnished room, with or without board. 639 23rd. 4-28-lmo TWO furnished rooms. 2054 Farr ave 4 22 lmo TO TRADE FIRST-class rooming bouse of 19 rooms for Ogdttj Rti Estate O. A. White 362 25th St. 5 7 1wk TWO new 6-room. modem. brick B IXSlOWS, full baxement Will trade for farm or city property. A bis bargsin for cash Inquire at Foul ger & Sons 74 24th St FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 5- ROOM. modern brick, all furni with piano. $2j rir-.e in; phone 1388-J 6-15-lmo 7-ROOM modern, large lot. close In. half block from car line. Small cas payment ... $1900 00 6- room brick, modern full basement. 1 I lot 66x148, on bench; close to car and school, make terms to suit purchas-1 er $1850.00 4-room. modern; one-half block to car; closi' m . . $1700 00 4-room. modem brick, new, close in on bench . .... $2400 00 6-room. frame, modern. Rood location; j large lot, chicken yard and garden ' $1500.00 Building lots on 25th St Bench. 60s 132 ft, each $30000 See us for barKalnB In resldenees or building lots. We write Insurance 1 Phone 101 -W. Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under First National Bank 5-14-tf' i SIX-ROOM frame house; cellar barn. fruit tree6. $700 down. Easy terms 784 Washington v K-lS-lwk AN Ideal borne, l acre ground en tirely planted In bearing fruit trees and Rarden Full water right; eight- room house, brick cellar, lare barn 1 and chicken houses ( heap If taken 1 I soon Inquire 1902 Jackson. 6-13-lw k 1 6-ROOM frame house on Monroe, near 25th. a snap ternJB, $2500 Kelly & Herrlck a-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 must be sold at once. S M Kershaw. Layton, TJta.ll 6-10-1 vsk CHOICE HALF ACRE On West 17th St Rich soil and plenty of water, where you can raise an abundance of fruit, small fruit and I garden truck. Price $450 00; small pament 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. $ri" $.r.u down $10 month Excellent soil Phono 913 6-9-tf M.W 4-rm house. 1 blo k from Main St car line, schools Stores, south porch, cement cellar, electric light. Ix. I"xl2k to 18-ft alley at rear A bargain Part cash, balance on time. Ov. ner. 740 E. 7th St. 5-7-tf 1 a-ACRE orchard, new four room house. closetK, pantrv. porches, etc Wstei 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 nt once; Groom modern brick house. 2227 Washington 4 7-lmo ONE modern Sroom residence, two modern feroom cottages. three choice residence lots All close to High School Phone 1C37-R 6- tf BUNGALOW BARGAIN JUST completed on bench and car line Large lling room, 2 pleasant bed rooms, modern kitchen and bath room, nice pantry, screened porch and cement cellar. All nicely finished und complete In every respect Will ma'K' a very attractive price for quick sale Small payment down balance same rent Don't delay, I am going to sell it E W CANNADY :'4ii Washington Avenue Room 11 FIVE POINTS Tandy Kitchen. 236 Washington Ave Want to retire 4-15-tf FIVE ROOM colUge 771 24th St. 2-5-lmo SIX-ROOM brick house on 2Mh St 1600 Terms to suit buyer. Se McGregor Bros , 42S 25th St 4-12-lmo Some Real Estate BARGAINS m jf 1 room S 400 4 room frame $ 1 i ;; room frame $1200 1 room frame 11800 4 room frame $14"0 4 rooms and barn $15u0 2 room modern bungalow $1700 4 room frame $1800 4 room modern frame $19u0 5 room modern brick $8000 C room frame $8800 G room modern $8600 .", room modern brick 26 i, room modern $3200 6 room modem . $S800 8 room modern $3800 6 roon modern bungalow $4500 8 room modern brick $;, '3 houses In group $C00i 7 room, good home 170,, , : 10 room, extra j - lr, , More where these came from. These are a few bargains picked promiscuously from our long llgt. Newton-Burnham Co. 2349 Washington Avenue. The Arkansas legislature has en acted a law providing for a labor I commissioner Underwear and blouse makers in I Rerlin. Germany, are patd 71 cents for one dozen blouses. An average of nearly two persons day are killed by boiler explosions. Id the I'nlted States every year. At the end of 1912 there were liis I municipal employment bureaus In ISC 1 to n In France. FOUR-ACRES FRUIT FARM HERE'S a bargain In the bet peach j belt. Fine orchard of bearing trees The farm will pay 1-2 .he purchsse price thJs year. At least 1000 cases of berries In sight. Good 3-room louse, nr.ble and sheds. 6 chares of water worth $100.on. MUBt b 8oM a, once Newton -Burnhani ( 'o 2 4 1 Wash At the sign of the Bun j FOR SALE One of tlie host 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 rerj ' heap. Easy terms on ei ther property R. G. Ajjee, 415 24th street 4-19 lmo CATTLE RANCH FOR SALE rin CKES Large rang.- ;ind wafer C D IVES, 380 25TH STREET 6-2-lmo. GARDEN LAND FOR SALE 6 ACRES and water, $1250. Easy terms. C. D IVES, 380 25TH STREET 5-2-lmo HOTEL FOR SALE C. D IVES, 380 25TH ST. 4-5-1 mo OGDENBISINESS DIRECTORY Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay able in advance. ACCORDION PLAITING DONE in all lenths 256S Cole's Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel 1789-W. ATTORNEYS LAWYER O'COiWOLLY, tover Nye' Cloihlug store ) 2411 Wash ave,; Phone 393. E T. HULANISKI. First National Bank bldg. 1Z-11-U BOOKBINDING J WILSON Book and Iocs, '-af de vice manufacturer Upstairs. 2405 1 Wash Phone 350 12-30-lmo BILLIARDS AND POOL. BAKER'S Billiard room. 2452 Grunt ae NOT THE BIGGEST PUT THE BEST. We have the coziest ozy Bll ! Hard Room in Ogden. and all Htandard j high grade, no cheap; four slate ta I bles at Baker's THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS WICK BALK 5x10 Mllliar and Po! taolcs Well ventilated rooms Tho Cozy, 32C 25th. CLAIRVOYANT LISTEN here! Madame Yogis the greatest foreseer, aBtrologist, palm and card reader. Call and be con vinced 132 1-2 25th Newdale Room ing House 5-5-lmo 1 CHIROPRACTOR F J FREENOR, Graduate Chiroprac tor. Incurables and female trou bles my specialty Consultation free Rooms" lo-14. 2111 Washington Ave. CARPET CLEANING K VAN KAMPEN Phcpe SS3 for up boisterlag. mattress making. r Btrstel nag of bed springs HOTELS THE CRESTON Steam heated: hot aftd cold water, every room, new ai.-j modern; 50c and up Twenty fifth treeL opposite City park. I JUNK OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have any kind of junk, phooa us up. We 1 will call for It. Tel. 210 PAINTING, PAPERHANGING PAINTING paierbang1ng n id tinUn V den Hoi tos, phoao 571 -R, i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DR A FERNLUND, Physician and BurrooD Office hours 11 to 4 t m. New Peery Bldg. Uudson Ava Phono 1$C:-W Residence phoue 2125-W 646 W Jinrton avenu. S-ll-U NOTARY PUBLIC. C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth SL PAPER CLEANING JAMES THOMPSON Lpert paper clea-iDg; lough and painted alls and burlap. All work guaranteed. Fuone L16-L 2341 Jackson avenue 2-1-tf MUSIC AND MUSICIANS FIRST-CLASS music furnished for dances and parties; new and pop ular tunes; a trial means a steady 1 Job. Call us up for prices. Phone 2143-J. 4-S-lyr PHOTOGRAPHY SOME people say they do not take a good picture I'ld you eer try Crawshaw? Studio. 219 25th st. PRINTING WOODY PRINTING CO We ,1,. g J work. 2465 Wash ave. Phoue 850. l. rju lmo B. F THOMAS. Job Printing 2470 Washington Ave. Phone 1237. 4-18-lyr. ""RUBBER STAMPS. OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 4i4. or mall card If you wish uo to call with 8.uipies. Office Spargo's. 12-3-11 STOVE REPAIRS SUM MERILL'S two stores. 2304 Washington avenue and at 213'J Jefferson avenues. Stoves both new and necond hand. Repair for all j makes of stoves We grind lawn j mowers. Our telephone number is 364. FIRE IN8URANCE. OLD rellablo companies that pav C. D. IVES, Afem. 380 26th 8L SANITARY WORK TOUR garbage hauled regular San itary can furnlnhed free. Sanitary 1 Garbage & Waste Paper Co. Phone. I 620. 2438 Waah. Ave. CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty A Co, 2.'28 Grant- Bell phono 2018-W 8WITCHES MRS C B. LEE. 2343 Grant Bring combing. In afternoon. VACUUM CLEANERS ONE HOLLAR p - day, delivered and called for. Electric Servlco Co, Phone 88 Up 24th st 8ECOND-HAND GOODS NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture. lolbinM and shoes, bought- sold or I exchanged, also trunks and suitcases cheap A Stner, Pbone I32i. 179 1-2 Tw.nt'-fifth SL 6-13-lyr. 1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 WribT Ington ave., 2d-hand furniture of all kinds bought and sold; prices which no other su ro can equal. 12-2-lyr BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MERCANTILE Investment In es tablished paying grocery business good trade already developed and growing, from which future possibili ties can be estimated; closest Investi gation invited For particulars see 01 write II M Monson, the Land Man, Ogden, Utah 5-14-lwk FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS BARN with lights and water i'.74 23rd St. 4-30-tf SECONDARY WATER IN Davis and Weber Counties Canal Co. for sale or rent. Inquire 24111 Washington. Room 11. FOR SALE, MOTORCYCLE 6 H. P Twin Indian and 7 H P Twin j Yale, 1912 modeln at a bnrgaln Don't wait too long Address 123, caro Standard. 4-18-lwk FARM TO TRADE. ' FARM near town for house, close In C. D. IVES. 3S0 25th St 1-15-ly4 j FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MAbONIC Queen Estocr chapter No. 4. O K S, regular meetings held ai Mabooic hal on Washington ave. ; between 25th and 26th btu . the llrst ; and thud Fridays ot each month. So jouruiug members cordially mvlted to attond. .annio M WbiUeuiore. W. M., allio l. Cv;, secretary Unity Lodge No IS, F. A M , Muouic 2550 W ashmg.o aenue Mcelingb every o Tuesday eeniug at 7.3u o'clock. Members of bibter lodo'- and sojourning brethren ! cordially luvited to attend S. W Wherry. W M Felii T. Moore, Sec r. lary. LADIES of the Maccauees. silver hive No. 1, L. O T. M., meets every lust auu ibird Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, auu every t.econa and fourth I Thursday alternooae at 2 30 ocloc. in Eagles nail, 2441 Hudson av. Vis uiog members ccrdialb invited to it uno. Kaihryn Eglton, (.. L. i Jennie Prout, R. K. Silver Tent No. 1, Macabees of the World, meet secomi and fourth Mon day nights at 8 o clock p. n All ls lling bTi Knlgrit. cordialh Invited. E. A. STEPHENSON, Commander. W B. OGLETREE. Recorj Keeper. Women of Woodcrafi f)gden Clr I cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday 'night at 7. 00 o clock. K of P. hall ' Vi&itlDg ncinbborij luvited Duos can be paid to Dr Alice M. Kldge, M. D.. 57 58 Lewis block Addie Baker, G. IN., 130 W. 27th St Marie Crltes, Clerk, 17X1 Monroe avenue ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest No 1218. Order of Owls, mect6 ev en Fridav ening in their own hall (the old Elk club rooms) at S o'clock Visiting Brother Owl. are in sited to attend the nest meetings. I. C. Emmett President; J Oliver, Sec retarj, 2110 Vuh Ave. Qtieeh Chy Rebekah Lodge No. 4, L O.O F, meeti second ad fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellow u hall. 'ibiting members invited Lula Claud1 man N Q , Emma Me:d. Reeordnlg 9e retary 7 is Tw enty-ttird 6treet. Royal Neighbors of America Meets every first and third Wednesday nights of each month at 8 p. m . at I the Odd Fellows hall. Visiting neigh bors Invited. Dues can bo paid to Mr.. Anna RIes-Flnle, M. D., room 21 Lewis block. India Sawyer. Ora je 21.- : Hrnon Lilllaii Newton, Recorder, 27th and Qulncy. Woodmen ol the VSurla Weber Camp No. 74 meet in K of P. hail la I the Utah National tmnk building ev ery Thursday evening at S o clock. Vlsltlut; Woodmen cordially invited to attend L) 1 Smith, C. C, E. Auin. Clt-rk. First National Lank building Fraternal Ordt,r Dt Eagles Ogden aerie No. 1 IS, W. O. E, meets eery Wednesday evenln; at Eagles hall. Hudson ;ive, at S o'clock. Visiting brother Eagles aro invited to attend the aerie meetiiiKs. ClJb rooms open at 11 a. m. J W, Griffin. W. Presi dent. E. R. Gelger. secretin. Dr C E Wardleigh. Aerie Physician. Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev er) socond and fourth Thursday uiihts at 8 p m Id I. O O F hall Visiting neighbors cordially invited Mary E Bllxt. G N. 45'. 31st St. Kat Heyman. Clerk. Bell phon 1247-J Knights of Pythias Ogden lodg No. 2. Knights of Pythias, meets at Castle' hall. Ctah National bank build ing, every Monday evening All K 01 1 P' are requested to meet with us. W. H Luddlngton. 6, C; W, G Kind. M. f E , W L. Underwood, K of R. i &' S. J.J. BRUMMITT I LOANS - INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE I Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank I For Rent For Sale j Three acres of rich noil close In. I have uhout 100 acres of the H near car line: plenty of water; best building and gravel land In good rich loam soil, for rent very or around Ogden. this I will sell H cheap on any kind of term-, either to anybody who desires to haul or H for cash or part of crop. for building purposes ery eheap. H in .-n rjuantlt del red, on terms Chicken Ranch to u,t Located close in. little over 4 fl one aere of land, plenty of water; l aSlUrajEe Rood 5-room hoiiBe, nd an abund- I have 100 acres of good pas- I ance of fruit and shade trees; an tursge land, plentj of Rood, pure ideal place to raise chickens and spring va(er flowing all the whllo garden and have a hO e in the and 1 lenty of feed I will take a i city; only $2,000; $20o down; easy 1 limited number of stocl at a rcas- j terms onable price. Modern Woodme-i of America Utah camp No 'J9'JU meets every first and tblrd Tuesday evenings at S o'clock at K of P hall, Twenty-fourth st. auu Washington ave. Visiting members; luvited W. H Draney '"ousul J M. Shafer, Clerk. Brotherhood of American Yeomen Ogden Homestead. No 15o5, meets un 2nd nd 4th Tuesday evenings at iC P hall Visiting Archers are cordially invited to meet with us. Addle L W 11 Hams. Foreman. ISO Twenty-first street J A Junk. Correspondent, 3202 Washington. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION. 1 Notice is hereby Riven by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the Intention of said board to make the following described ImproYements, to-wit To create both sides of Qulnry av enue from 20th to 22nd Street! the We6t side of Grant avenue fron 19th to 2oth streets as a sidewalk dl trlct and to build therein eoncret sidewalks four inches In thlcknes. and five feet In width, toRether wltr the d ecesss rj grading, and to defra) the whole of the cost iheerof. estlm. ed at $1,726.00, by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of Kround ly ing and being within the following district, belnn the district to be bene flted or affected by said improve ments, viz: All the land lying between the out er boundary lines of said aenues and a line drawn f0 feet outward from and parallel to the said outer boundary lines. Ml protests and objections to the car rying out of said iuten'ion must be pr si ntcd In writing to the City Re corder on or before the 24th day of May, 1918, 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 mav be made thereto, at the Mayor's office at the t if y Hall. Opden 1 1 y . I'lah Hv order of the Board of Commis sloners of Ogden City. Utah Dated this 2fth day of April. 1913. A O FELL. Mayor H j' CRAVEN. City Engineer First publication May I, 1913 Last publication May 23, 1913. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is bereb given by the Buanl of Commissioners of Ogden City. Utah of the intention of said hoard to make the following described ImprOTeifientf lo-wlt. To create Seventh street from Washington lo Madison avenues as .1 sidewalk district and to build there n concrete sidewalks four Inches In thickness and four feet in width, to gether with the necessan grading, and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $1,584.00. 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 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 out r bound ary lines. All protests and objections to the carrying out of said Intention must be presented in writing to the City i Recorder on or before the 24th day uf May. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m.. that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider suh objections as mav be made thereto, at the Mayors 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. 1913 A. O. FELL. Mayor. U J CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication May 1 1913 Last publication May 23. 1913 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting ot the stockholders of the Overland Mining & Milling com 1 pany will be held at the office of E. M Conrov 3i0 25th street. Thurs day. May'29. 1913 at 7:3 a. m. for j the purpose pf electing officers for the ensuing year and transacting ! such other business as may come be "lore the meeting. A full representa tion ib requested B M CONROY, I' resident CALL FOR BIDS. Bids Will be received for the pur chase of the building formerly occu pied by the Utah Independent Tele phone company on 24th Street. In line Of proposed opening of Hudson ave ! nue Bids must include the removal I of the building from the ground with i In 30 days from date of sale. All ' old must he sealed and marked "Bids I for Independent Telephone Building.' and be filed with the City Recorder I at Ogden C ity before 10 a. in . on the 21st day of May. 1913 GEO. A SEAMAN. City Recorder First publication. May 14. 1913. Last publication. May 21. 1913. A special trades union congress In Milan. Italv. decided upon the attl- ! tude to b.- adopted In relation to the revision of the accident insurance I laws. Thev require particularly the I extension of the compulsory accident Insurance to cover all classes of I workers, payment of compensation In Installments, not. as at present, la ;i lump num. and all compensations uf 11 private and separate funds to OS ' replaced by one distinct state fund. Some men show good judgment by showing a lack of self confidence. LEGAL f CALL FOR BIDS. Bids he received up to 10 a. H m. May 22. 1911; for th.- renovation of the outside of the City Hall. Such renovation shall consist of the clean- H ing of the brick and stone work, and the painting of the wood work, the H roof, the Iron roof fencing and the drain pipes. All painting shall be done In lead and oil All plds musi be sealed and marked "Bids for renovating City Hall " OBO. BB .MAN, City Recorder First publication May i4, 1918. L St publication. May 21, 1913. NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 29. KotiCC is hereby given ihn' WW- llam Olasmann, whose post office ad j dress Is Ogden. Utah, has made ap j plication in accordance with the ro QUlrements of the Compiled Laws of I'tah, 1907. as amended by the Sea- H ' ion Laws of Utah, 1909 and 1911, to npropriete on.- hundred fifty (150) Ublc feet of water per second from be South Fork of Ogden Rhvr. Wa ter County, Utah Said water will be H liverted st s point which lies 8641 t south of the north quarter cor er o! Section 14. Township 8 north, tange 1 east, Salt Lake base and neridlan, from where it will be con veyed by means of a canal, pipe lino ind s flume for a distance of 105 00 feet and there used from Jann ir 1 to December 31. Inclusive, of a h year, to irrigate 4 1 acres of .and embraced In Sections 8, 4. 5, 8 9, 10. 11: 14. 15. 16. 17. IS. 20. 21, 22. -' 25, it, am) 27, Township 5 north. Range 1 west; Scetlons 4. 9 L0, 15, 16, 22. 27. 34. and Town ship t; north Range 1 west: Sections l". !0, 21. 22. 27, 28. 29, 33 and 34, Township 7 north. Rang I west; Sections If,. 9. 20, 21. 22, 23, 26, 27. 28, 29. 30. 31 and 32, Township" 7 north. Range 2 west. Sections 4. 5 . rl 7, 8, 9, 17. 18. 19. 30 and :i. Town ship 5 north. Range 2 west. Sec tions 15. 16. 17. 19 81, 22. fl 2 4 25, 26. 27, 28, 29. 30. 31. 32, 33. Town- I hip 8 north Range 2 west; Sections 1, 2. 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25' 36. Township .". north. Range 3 west. Salt Lake base and merldinu This ap plication is designated In the State Engineer's Office as No 4964 All protests against the granting if said application, stating the reas ms therefor, must be mude by af idavit in duplicate and filed In this ..men within thlrt) (80) days after the completion of the publication of this W. D BEERS. State Engineer Date of first publication May 1913; date of completion of publica lion June 5. 1913. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said Board to make the following described improvements. To create Brinker avenue from 25th to 26th Streets. Wall Avenue from H 20th to 21st Streets and 20th Street from Washington to Wall Avenue, as a sewer district, and to build there- H in pipe sewers, connecting with the H manholes of the present sewer sys tern 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 the following district. I 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 BH outward from and parallel to the said out'T lioundary lines. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such intention must he presented in writing to the ( itv Recorder on or before the 27th day of May. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m . that being the time set for snid Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections ag may be made thereto, at the Mayor's of- flee at the City Hall. Ogden City. Dtab By order of the Board of Commls- fH sloners of Ogden City. Utah. Dated this 7th day of April. 1913. A. G. FELL. Mayor H. J RAVEN. City Engineer First publication. May 3rd. 1913 Last publication. May 26th. 1913. BARGAINS IN I REAL ESTATE If ou want a home at reasonable H I pru SSi wo can accommodate you. Any H one who wants to mae an Invest. Intent, her Is an opportunity to mako I 25 per cent in a short timo. We need the money, you need tho house. fafafafj sssa 1 Frame house. 6 rooms. H 1 Frame house. 5 rooms. H j Frame house, 3 rooms. 1 Two story frame house. 7 room-. bath. 1 Brick house. ' roo s and bath. 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