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ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisement cost one cent
per word each lue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more line per week at the rate of
25 cants 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
rule.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL, wanted for house work. 300
Wash. 10-18-lwk
GOOD girl for housework Apply
Mrs Wlllard Scowcroft, i?.2 27ih
at. ' 10-16tf
v KITCHEN girl at the Virginia.
I 10-14-lwk
MIDDLE-AGED chambermaid for out
of town. Apply 536 23rd.
10-lo-lwk
GIRL wanted. 2443 Adams 10-18-St
CENTRAL Business college. GregP
shorthand, touch typewriting, book-
: keeping and day and night classes.
Opposite P. O. Tel 764.
WANTED 6 ladv demonstrators.
2448 Wash. Upstairs. 9-19-lmo
WANTED MALE HELP
i BRIGHT bov wanted. Ogden Print
ing Co.. 2454 Grant. 10-17-lwk
WANTED delivery boy. Harris Gro
cery 10-14-lt
A GOOD canvasser or solicitor man
' or woman, who has had some ex
perience and can furnlRh references as
I to good character, can find employ
ment; write a letter giving exper!
ence and reference; also state If will
Ing to canvas in the country. Au
dress Canvasser, care the Ogdm
Standard 10-10 61
SALESMEN WANTED.
ij SALESMEN making small towns,
whole time or side line should car
rv our fast-selling pocket side line.
Special sales plan allowing return
of unsold goods Make- quick, easy
soles. 51 00 commission on each or
der. Something Entirely new Write
for outfit toda Canfleld Mfg. Co.
208 Sigel St . Chicago, 111
I "
T HAVE a flrstclass position that will
I pay from $3 to 15 a day for six
g ud salesmen or salesladies. C. B
HiZKinfl uuder First Natl Bank
l0-16-2t
FtUATIONS WANTED
MAN and wife wants work on ranch.
Inquire XY. care Standard
10-16 1 wk
V YOUNG widow wants position as
housekeeper in city Inquire Rear
2317 Adams 10-16-lmo
DRESSMAKING, special prices one
I piece dresses 2?62 Wall ave.
10-16-lmo
-1 I
! V.iUNG woman, not stenographer.
wants position in office; experi-
enr-ed. Address O. M. O.. care Stand .
ar(j 10-16-lwk
j DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln Phone
1285-J. 0-2S-lmo
DRESSMAKING, plain sewing 427
24th SL 9-20-lwk
EKT & i
mi. BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 to $500 per mouth Rent
qnd operating expense very light:
good permanent business established .
A full outfit of machinery and tools
l! Here is an opening for some live
1 person. Most be takeu up quick.
J Don't telephone. See U6. Mathew6-
1 McCulloch Co., Under Firet Nat l
J! Bank. 9-19-tf
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS j
WANTED Cloan. wnuo old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 66. 360
24th St.
FOR RENT
i FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
APARTMENTS.
MIDDLE aged woman wants position
! as cook on ranch. Mrs. Sarah Car
roll, 2317 Adams
ROOMS to rent to ladv lodger. 454
24th Phone 1816-W. 10-17-31
W HOUSEKEEPING, electric light and
gas. 2370 Lincoln Ave. 10 20-lwk
NICELY furnished 3-room apartment;
ideal location, strictly modern, no
children. 2341 Adams Ave 10 20-lwk
FIVE-room furnished apartment over
IBpurgeon Millinery Store Inquire
2S77 Wash. 10-18-tf
MODERN four-room house, furnished.
769 24th. Phoue 1997-J 10-8-lwk
NEW flvo-room house on the bench,
for 516.00 per mo. to reliable party
Phone 348-J. or 2166-J lo-17-tf
3 FURN16HED rooms for light hou..
keeping. 549 22nd St. 10-17-lwk
POUR-room house. 2247 Adams. In
quire E F. Bratz. 410 26th St.
m io-n-tf
FRONT room, modern. 2731 Adams
10-16-lmo
NEWLY furnished four-room house,
2 modern. 315S Porter Ave. Phone
2127-W, 1-wk
8-ROOM house, furnished or unfur
i nished. 2341 Madlsou 10-3-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, 52
week up. b36 31st St, 3-13-lyr
I
, COREY apartments, modern and rea- I
Fooable 2566 'Vashlngton ave.
5-24-tt
J FURNISHED flaUL 2634 Gram Ave.
4-16-lyr
FOR RENT
' UNFURNISHED HOU8ES, ROOMS
AND APARTMENTS.
7-ROOM modern boose, furnace; j
close In, 535.00 Kelly & Herrick.
10-18-lwk
, FOT'R-room modern and bath. 867
21st Street. Tel. 1678-J 10-6-lwk
' THREE-ROOM house, water and
lights. Phone 1419-W 10-16-lwk
FOUR unfurnished rooms. 2233 Ad
am Phone 1617-R. 10-13-lwk
! FOI'R-room modern. Rear 315 27th.
no children. 10-13-tf
j FIVE-ROOM, modern house. Includ
ing gas 569 24th. Inquire Hor
( rocks Bros. 9-19-tf
ONE five-room modern house for
rent. Inquire Phono 235-M.
10-14-lwk
2 ACRES jrronnd with five-room
house. Inquire 780 E, 2nd SL
10-14-lwk
FIVE-ROOM modern, 2661 Van Bur
en. Bichsel. Phone 86 10-16-tf
Fl E-room houBe, bam, 1 acre 1157
23rd St 10-6-lmo
ONE five-room house, $lo per month;
ou 7-room house, 512 50 per
mouth Phone 612. 9-16-12wks
LIGHT room modern brick house. 2171
Reeves Ave.; rent 520, phone 339
John .1 Grelner, 128 26th St. 9-9-tf
FOUR-room, 512; 6-room 515, close
in, water, lights. 2155 Adams.
9-4-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM
BOARD :ind room in private family
C, ' care Standard 10-15-lwk
BOARD iind room tor one or two gen
tlemen, also accommodations for a
I few table boarders. Popular Heights
L0-8-2wks
MELROSE first-class board, large
sUam heated room6, very reason
able Phono 1613-R 9-18-lmo
LOST
AMETHYST brooch Return to Be
atrice Hamill, care Mclntyre Dnig
Store. 10-16-lwk
NAVY blue corded suit; whs lost on
street or delivered to wrong ad
I dress Return to Last L Thomas Co
Reward. io-16-tt'
GOLD watch and fob Initials A
F" on watch, F" on fob Return
4::7 25th Reward 10-14-lwk
j.T"en stone. Dr McCune, Lewis
block Reward. 10-11 lwk
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS
STORE for rent 620 24th St. Tel 609.
STORE room 2464 Graut, reasonable
Inquire A. G. Fell, Mayor's office
STORE room 2238 Washington; 2
story, full basement, 100 feei. deep.
Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G. Fell,
Mayor s office,
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
HUPMOBILE touring car, 1913 mod
el Perfect condition Phone 60
lo-jo if
WE hae received two car loads
of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jerseys at cow mar
ket, 7th and Wash. l"-17-tl
ABOUT ten 2x4's 14 and twenty
lxl2's 12; practically new lumber.
Your own price. 1400 Robinson Ave
forenoons. 10-17-lwk
HORSE and delivery wagon cheap
740 E. 7th si. 10-16-lw k
WORK horse for sale, weight 1.300.
21'2 N Washincion. .1 " Rnwmau
10-10-2wks
SADDLE or driving horse Inquire
1029 Capitol. 1014-lwk
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
son. 10-14-lmo
GOOD piano at bargain. 505 26th St.
Phone 2212-M. 10-13-lwk
HOUSEHOLD furniture of four room
complete for housekeeping r.71
28th 1011-tf
CALL and see my flue line of vio
lins, bows and cases. Cash or pay
ments Prices most reasonable Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209.
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Ave., bL 23rd and 24th Sib. Phono
U7-J. 12-a?-tf
THIS month'B special I will sell few
high grade standard makes, new
p:unos for only 5285, laid down.
Terms $10 down, and 55 a month; no
interest. Can you beat If Pan
tone, 2874 Hudsou. Phone 1209.
FULL ilted ink barrels. 51 00 apleca
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24tn
St. Phone K6. 1-18-tf
5800 PLAYER piano, used only two
months, not a blemish on it. Will
sell dirt cheap for cash. 2S74 Hud
son. Phone 1209
FOR Sale at a bargain 5 passenger
Stoddard-Day ton automobile In first
claeB condition. Grange Bros., In
rear 2566 Washington 10-8 tf
MONEY TO LOAN
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
reliable people on 6hort notice, call
Phone 1613-J. 9-24 lwk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments, no security; also
loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake,
o-vr Paice & Huxit.
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel '
Commercial Natl Bank Bldg.
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy, 2478 Washington 6-11-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tale loans. Kelly & Herrick.
S-15-tf
- :
LOANS on improved fan or city
property, hunter & Kennedy,:
423 24th St., opposite court bouse
5-12 tf !
MONEY to loan on city and farm
property. Anv amount, no delay
Mathew s-McCulloch Co . under First
National Bank. Phone 301 -W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, fireaims, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1S85. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th SL C. H. Smith, Prop.
9-4-lyr
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf
ASTROLOGIST
LISTEN here' Madam Yogis, the
greatest farseer, astroloslst. palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vinced she is the, best 132 l- 25th
8t. Newdale rooms.
TUTORING.
PUPILS In private home, for further
information call phone 1556. 9-5-31
FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
640 ACRES of good dr farm land
b Curley Valley Write for par
ticulars b M. Lloyd. Metropolis,
Nev. lo-18-lwk
ELEVEN, acre farm adjoining city
limits, four-room house, good barn,
farm Implements full water right,
flowing well, acre orchard of mixed
fruits $3,000 One-third cash, bal
ance on long time at 8 per cent In
terest HUNTER & KENNEDY, 42:;
24th st. 10-16-lwk
A NEW five-room brick, modern,
basement, large sleeping porch.
Opposite Fowler ave. Bargain In
quire 957 26th. n-14 -a
FOR SALE By owner, new, strictly
inoder.i bungalow on Fowler ave
Large lot. Also other homes, fur
nished and unfurnished Address
2027 Adams. Phone 1677-R.
L0-15-lmo
BY out of town owner, one of the
finest close in corners; 3 modern
up to-date 5 room houses. in.ludins
gas, all Improvements in and paid for.
nothing to pay out for years to come;
the best investment in town. foi
cash or on easy terms; for investigrt
tion and my address call on 22'i'j Ad
ams avenue
35x127 1-2 ft. to lr ft. alley with 4
room frame house, city water, elec
tric light, firet class repair, near
North Washington avenue. $1200 00.
Small cash payment, balance month
ly installments Worth more money,
must be sold. E. F. Bratz 10-18-tf
AN Ideal lot for a home on 13tb St.
near car line and school, 80x132,
large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickens. It
solves the high cost of living. Plenty
of water, easv lerms W. H, Yoorhies,
Phone 1312-R lu-IS -tf
FOR SALE REAL SNAP
J BIGGEST ever offered in this city,
absolutely new tour-room bunga
low; good location; will be ready to
I move into Tuesday, October 21. This
I place has four large rooms, double
floor, front and back porch, electric
I lighted, city water, nice sink, 3 large
; plate glass windows, graineil wood-
work. This house is neatly finished
i outblde and In a lot 50x172 w ith
j canal water right, taxes 1913 paid
I Sidewalk taxes completely paid H
taken at once, $1250. Pari cash, bal
; ance like paying rent. If you see it
Ijou will buy It. Gall at our oftic1.
1 Slfjeu Realty Co., under Utah Nat'l
j bank or phone 913 Our auto WlU
I call for you. Don't fail to see this
great snap If you are looking for
a home.
I A V olni"in1 modlirn S-rnnm liimpnlnw
bath, toilet, stationary lavatory,
trees, near school, near depot, only
$2100; small payment flown, balance
Bame as pa) inK renl
j .1 BRUM MITT, Phone 59
STORE Fine cement basement, new
stock, delivery outfit; cheap. Phone
1427. 8-21-U
AN elegant lot on Harrison, between
27th and 28th streets, overlookin
the city, within one block of land thai
is selling at $16 per front foot I
will sell this for a short time at $10
per front foot; on :ui kind of terms
J, S. BRUM MITT, Phone 59.
FIVE-room modern. new cottage J
close In; 915 23rd street. $1900.
Owner, E T Woollcy, 626 South 2nd
East. Salt Lake City. 1010 2t
A GOOD 4-room cottage with city wa
ter and electrical light, well located,
near depot, only $1400, any kind o!
lerms.
J J BRUMMITT,
Under Utah National Bank.
WANT A BARGAIN?
HERE it is. 4-room, new, modern
bungalow, cernem cellar, screened
perch Nicely located on bench Will
foII on monthly payments at a bar
gain. s e B W Cannady, Room 11,
Commerciaj Nat'l Bank B 1 d g.
ONE of the Kreiiiesi snaps in the city,
an elegant 7-room modern bungalow
with largo basement, screen pon
large lot, well located on the hen, ,
good neighborhood. This property
well worth from $4000 to $5000 for
ouly $3000; $500 down, balance same
as paying rent: low rate of interest
J. J. BRUM MITT.
Under Utah National Bank.
AN elegant 5-room bungalow located
near Sacred Heart Academy, large
basement, screened porch and lare
lot, for only S2700; 1800 down balance
6ame as paying rent, low rate of In
lerest.
J. J. BRUMMITT, Phone
A REAL SNAP.
S-rooin modern new cottage, close In:
915 23rd St, $2000. Owner. E T
Woolley, 625 bouth Second Easi.
Lake City 9-2tT'
A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone 5
1427. R. C. McBride.
ONE of the finest lots on the Bench
176 feet deep to 20 foot alley, lo
cated Dear Parr school building $100
$lo down, S.t per month.
.1 J BRUMMITT,
Under Utah National Bank.
i 5 ROOM modem bungalow, lot o0
165; good lawn and shade, on car j
line close to buslnes center. An ele- I
; gant house in the best location In
Ogden Good terms, price $4500 00
Mathews-McCulIoch Co., under Firs'
National Bank. 9-3-tX I
two room bouse, well located, on the
Bench, with two lots, $fio0, $"'i
down, balance $m per month.
A NICE sightly lot on 28rd street.
10x135 feet to alley city water in front,
of lot, only $200; $10 down, $10 per
month
J i BRUMMITT, Phone 59
4- ROOM house, pantry, closets, elec
tric liht, lot 40x128, rear alloy; 1
bimk from car line, school, storf
etc $1,000, Inquire Owner. 74n E
7th st. 10-16-lwk
AN elegant lot 50x116 feel within two
blocks of I tab National Bauk. only
(1200; any kind of terms; low rate ot
interest
I J. BRUMMITT
Under Utah National Bank
2 1-4 ACRES orchard, 4-room house j
barn and outhouse, Close In $901!
prr acnv Inquire Owner, 740 E 7th
8t 10-16-lwk
1-4-ACRE lots in orchard; Bouth
frontage $800. Madison and 7th
st Inquire owner, 740 E. 7th st.
10-16-lwk
80 at re fruit farm near Eayetteville,
Ark., to trade for Ogden residence.
IddreBS I H, Parker, Colonial liotei,
Springfield, Mo. 10-20-1 wk
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon
roe 9-4-lmo
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close in
C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
5- R00M frame house;
close in; will sell for
$1500: $180 down. $20
T J I '
per month.
CARL. C, RASMUSSEN
Phone 115. 350 24th St.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of ( ommissiouers of Ogden
( ty, of the intention of said board
to make the following described im
provements, to-wit.
To create both sids of Madison
Avenue between 22nd and 24th
Mr- "ts as a curb .md gutter district,
and to build therein concrete curbs
ar.d gutters of the staudard form, to
gether with tho necessary intersec
tions, grading and all work nertuln
Ing thereto and to defray the whole
of the cost thereof, estimated at $2,
500.00 by a local assessment upon the
iots or pieces of ground lying and
b'. ing w ithin the boundaries of i lie
following district, being the district
to be benefited and affected by said
Improvements, 1
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of the above aven
ue where curbs and gutters are not
now built and a line drawn 5o feet
outward from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such intention must
be presented In writing to the Citj
Recorder on or before the 6th day
f i ,.- i' it hi ii'ilrw h a ill tll.-il
boini; the time set by the said Board
of Commissioners when ihey will
hear and consider such objections
as may be made thereto at the May
or s office in tbe City Hall. Ogduu
i lj Utah
By order of the Hoard r Commis
sioners of Ogden City Utah.
Dated this 14lh day of October.
1013. A G FELL.
Mayor.
H f. CRAVEN.
Clt Engineer
First publication October 14. 1913
Ist publication November 5 1913.
UNSUNG HEROES IN
THE U. S. SERVICE
Washington. Oct 20. Hitherto un
sung heroes in Uncle Sam's service
were disclosed In a report by E. ,.
Westerhouse. acting director of the
bureau of public works of the Philip
pines, made public by the bureau of
insular affairs today. They are th
district engineers in charge of im
provemcnts In the islands And offi
cials are convinced by Director West
rhouse's dcecriptlon of their duties
that the engineers must be of heroic
mold or else wedded io their profes
sion beyond the possibility of divorce.
Were the dlstrb-i engineers t,, it.
each project the time required for in
-ligation and Inspection in keeping
with good engineering practice," said
Mr Westerhouse. in reporting that
i heir activities extended over alxiy
islands and groups ot" islands, "the
twenty-four hours of the day would be
more than occupied His responsibil
ity not only Involves correct location
sufficient design and economical pros
ecution of construction work, but also
Includes COit accounting, property ac
countablllty In the severest form and
a multitude of administration mat
tern."
i oo
Read tbe Classified Ads. 1
FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES 1
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4. O V. S , regular mtlng held
at Mrsoni- ball on Washington ave.
between ?"th and 2f.tb sts.. th first
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordiallv invited to1
Attend Fannlo M Whlttemore. W
II.; Callle E. Cave, Secretary
Unity Lodge No. 1?. F ft A. M..
Maaonlc Temple. 2550 Washington ;
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening si 7 so o'clock. Members oM
lodpes .nd sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend S W
Wh?r- . W M. Felix T. Moore. Sec
retary Qurn City Hfbeknh Loflr No. 4,
i I O O F.. meets 6econd and fourth
Friday evn!ngs at Odd Fellows hall
, Vlrliifir; members inited. Nona Har- j
rington, N G Emma Meld. Recorrt
Ing Secretary, 71S Twenty-third
street.
WOMEN or Woodcraft -Ogden Circle
No r, S 1 . mifts -vry Wednesday
night ,it 7 30 o'clock. New Woodmen
Hall, Fraternity Bids, visiting neigh
bora Invited. Dus can be paid to
Dr AIIcp M. Ridte. M D., 57-58 Lewis
block F.lin Bremer G. N 44 22nd
St. St. Marie Criles. clerk. :7'il Mon
roe avenue 9"lo tf
Knight! of Pythias ncden lodge
No. 2. Kniphtn of Pythias, meets at
Cautle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening All K. of
P's ire requested to meet with us
W. T. Luddlngton C. C; W G Kind,
M. of E.; W. L Underwood. K, ot R.
and S.
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World. Silver Hive No 1 meets
every first and third Friday evenings
at 8 o'clock, and every second and
fourth Friday aflernoons at 2 30
o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block, Visiting members cordially in
cited to attend
KATHRYN EGGLESTON L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
Royal Neighbors ot America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p. m., ,at
the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity!
building Visiting neighbors luvited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles
Flnley, M D., room 21 Lewis block '
India Sawyer, Oracle, 24i:J Hi-rrison
I Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27iu and!
cuincy.
Order of Owls Ogdea Nest No.
121S, Order of Owls, ni'v-ii ever)
Friday evening in their owu hall (the
old Elk club ruouisj at 8 o'clock
Visliiug Brother Owls are invited to
attend the uesi meetings, i reu Cat
! iinan. President; J Oliver. tjecrcUry,
iiti Washinj ion avenue.
ISEGO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every
second ami fourth rnursuay niguia
at 8 i m iu 1. o o. Fal hail. Visit
ing neignbora cordially invitea, Fran
ce Coppock, 8o7 27lu bt iN.aie iiey-
, .,.-1, U..II nlinnn 1 A I. I
I mow, uvii t,....
Woodmen of the World Weber j
Camp No, T4, meets in thw W. O
Lai), Fraternity block, 2.;u s ashing-,
tou avenue, every Thursday evcuiut:
at 8 o clock Visinuy VVooiimSn coi
alally invited to attend.
C. E. CAN SEE, C. C
E AUTU, clerk.
Modern Woodmen 01 America Utaii
camii No. lyi0 uieiu eve-iy nisi and
vim u Tuesdaj e vniiiii at o o cloc all
K. of P. haii, Tweniy-Iourlb i una
Washington ue Visiting uitmoerb
invited W. Uiauej, Consul, J
.vi. snpter, cierk
Li uluerhood oC American Veuinen-
' Ogden tiomeBtead, .no. uuo mteis on
first ana third 'luaisua e-veuina iu I
nen l O. o F. hull, Frateruii) ouiid
ing, Washington avenue, isitini;
Archers arc eurdiaii Invited io uitti
una uh. Auu.e L. WilhamB, Fore
man, i&u Twenty-iirat sireei., j. a.
juul, Correaponuent, aouiug-
iun avenue.
Fraternal Older oi in'.n ugdeu
Ae-ne No. xib, F. o E, meets every
eOueda evening at latjles ball,
Hudsou as., at 8 o eloek. V iauiaj
uroihei Eagieb iuviied lo ulleuu
ibe aene meetings Club loonii open
ai 11 a. m. J. v Griffin, Piesi
ueut. E. R. Ge-ioer, beeielar. Dr. C.
& v. araleiiih, auiio i'Uysiciua.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT-
W asatch Division No. 124, O R. C ,
nntts Becond and fourth Friday at
::ou p. ui.. in Fraternity Block, Oud
Fellows Hall. All brothers are cor
dlailj Invited to attend, c. H, Pear
ton, C. C. D L. Boyie, S. and T.
r y 1 1 1 1 1 V " " " "r '" "
Classified advertisements on this
page eoai oiu' ecui P'.t word each ln
Bertiou. Eut uo first Insertion can
be less than 2o cents. Or you can
ruu the classuied ad crtiocint nt lor
jd ecu s per lme per week, but tno
weeklj advertisement eau be leo than
00 Ce-UtS.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUALIZATION AND
REVIEW.
A. G. Fell. T. Samuel Browning and
Fosepn c. NyO Commissioners of Og
den Cily, Utah, siltiriK as B Board of
Equalisation and Review of the pe
cial and local taxes to be lev.e.l and
aBseSSd by ordinance upon property
abutting on the west side of Grant
. , ,me lrom li'th to 20th Streets and
on both sides of Quincy Avenue fro.n
(Hi to -'2nd Streets, known as S.de
walk District No. 118. hereby give no
tice that list oi property in -aid dis
u.ci to be laXfd has been completed
and they will meet ai the Mayor: B
oifico at the City Hall, Ogden city.
Utah, from i o'clock a m. to 5 o'clock
p ni.' for five consecutive days, com
mencing Octofier 18. U'Ij, to and in
cluding October S3, 1918, and will r.
niaiu in session on each of thee days
during said hours for the purpose of
hearing any person feeling aggrieved
uml to make correeiion of any lax
deemed unequal or unjust, and dur
ing tbe sitting o' .-.il.l B;ard sai.J
lists of property and the taxes pro
posed shall then and there be open
to public inspection.
By order of Hi" Board October 16.
A, G. FELL Mayor.
First publication October 16. 1913
Last publication October 22, 1913
Read um Classified Ads.
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I I
READERS OF THE PRESS I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING
DONE in all lengths 2."GS Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-M. I
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
Grange Bros. Auto Repair Shop
' Auto ropn irlnjj. machine work, cast
Iron and aluminum welding, the
cheapest and host repair shop in the
city. In rear, 2366 Washington.
10-14-tf
ATTORNEYS
E. T HTILANISKI. First Nntlonal
Bank Bldg 12-ll-tf
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY over Com-merr-ial
National Bank Blldg., 369
24th St Phone 111.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Room. 2452 Grant
Ave Nnt tho Biggest, but the
Pest Billiard and pool tables and
supplier for sale V. o soil the Minn
Table, the b'si tabio manufactured.
Racpert repairing done
BOOKBINDING
J WILSON Book ond loose lear de
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 2165
Wash Ave. Phone 850 12 30 lmo
CHIROPRACTOR
F J. FREENOR, D. C.
Graduate Chiropractor.
No drugB, surgery or oeteopahy; try
chiropractic (spinal adjustments )
Rcom 14 Commercial Nat'l Bank
Bid? Phone 311. 6-7-tf
CARPET CLEANING
K. VAN KAM PEN Phone 833 for up
holstering, mattress making. re
stretching of bod springs
HATS CLEANED
ilATS cleaned, blocked and re'.rla
med Ogden Hat Works. 221 1-2
2oth SL 8-13-tf
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you hare
any kind of junk, phonu us un. We
will call for H. Tel. 210.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the
Buard ol Loinmissioners of Ogden
City of the intention of said Board
to make the following described Im
provements, to wit:
To create both sidfs of Wall Ave
j nue from .'7th to'28th Streets, and
both siaes ol Hudson Avenue lrom !
23rd to 24lh Streets, as a curb and
I gutter district, and to build th r. U
concrete curbs and gutters of the
i :.ai.dard lorm. together with the
I necessary intersections, grading and
all work pertaining inereto and to i
doTray the whole of the cost thereof,
estimated at $2,300.00 by a local as
BCSitment upon the lots or ploces of
giound lying aud being within thi
boundardiea of the following district,
belnt the districc to be benefited and
affected by said Improvements, vi:
All tbe laud lying between the out -
er boundary lines of the above aver
I bliefi where curbs and gutters art
not now built and a line dran 50
I rcet outwaru trom and parallel to the
&jid outer boundary lines.
Ml protests aud objections to the
'cirrying out of such Intention mu I
bo pr.-soiued in writing to tho City
R, . order on or belore the 23rd day of I
October, at 10 o'clock a m, that be
ing the time set by the said Board
0 Commissioners when they Will
hear and consider such objections as
mas be made thereto at the mayors
o:,h in the i ity Hall. Ogden City.
Utah .
Bv order of the Hoard or Commis
sioners of Ogden City, t tab
Dated this 30lh day of September.
1C-13
A G FELL Mayor.
11 J CRAVEN, I ttj Engineer
First publication, September 30.
101 o
Last publication, October 22. 1313.
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS soecial meeting of Great Salt
l ake Copper Lo will be held Thurs-
! dav October 23. 8 p. m . at secre
,'.r B Ottice 142 25th street Said
i r etting is called for purpose of ral
Ins iunds to develop the property it
-urgent that all stockholders be
L'pJSnt at ibis meeting. If for any
ESon you cannot attend send your
,io'xv to the secretary Come and
rtpJesenl your stock. B) order board
01 TThRNLUND, Presldenl
C. a REDF1ELD Bet y-Treas.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City o.
Se iSenUon ol said Board to make
S following described Improve
monts. to-wlt:
To lav out, establish and open a
iiibiic street to be named Iowa av
U:,rlll aud south through Block
28 Plat "C" Ogden City Survey the
whole distance between 25th and 2Mb
St-eels where Iowa avenue 8 not
now opened, said street to be 60 eel
btln, J7 fee. east and 63 feet
, tl ll( lht. lot line between lxls I.
2 3 4 5 ti V. 8. 9 and l, Block 2S,
pi-' ogden City Survey, and to
,Jl.',r.,, ,he whole of the com thereof
estimated at 51,200.00. by a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces ol
around lying and being w.ihm the
follow Ing district, being the di.tr.c
10 be benefited and affected by said
iinprov sment, viz
All the land lying between the out
er bounuary l"is of sai1 Avenue
I when opened as proposed and also 1
I t uai part Of Iowa Avenue which Is
turtady opened and a line drawn 50 j
1,, 1 outward lrom and parallel to the
' -.aid outer boundary lines, being pari
1 ol Lots 1, 2. 3. 4. 7. 8, 9 and 10,
I Block 28. Plat "C; ' also Lots 11. 12,
13. 14. 15. 16 aud 17 of Anita Laud r
I Subdivision of Lots 0 and 6. of said
- I
NOTARY PUBLIC i
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St
OSTEOPATHY.
The aecret of health is proper ad
justment. Dr. John F. MorrlLon, Physician and
Surgeon Osteopath. 2482 Washington
avenue. 10-7-lmo
PAINTING, PAPERHANOINJ j
PAINTING, pajierhaaglng and timing.
J. Den Hanhog Pcone 571-R 1
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyaician and
SurgeoD. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
I New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W Residence phone 2L29-W. 645
Washington avenue. 6-11-Vf
PHOTOGRAPHY
CRAWSHAV, STUDIO
2ia 2&th StreeL
Fine Art Photography.
Come and have a Sitting,
PLASTERING
PLASTERING done for cow or hay.
Phone aJ J. 1421 24th St. W b'.
heia. a-30-lmo
PRINTING
, , 1
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 24.t6 Wadh. Ave. Phone Sou.
12-golmu
SANITARY WORK
' I'OL'R garbaso hauled regular. San
itary can xurnisned truu. SanUai
I Gai boga Lo. Phone 0i!U.
CITY SCAVENGER, AlcC'arly &. Co,
ill GranL Boll phone zuih-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS f
I NEW AND SECOND HAND Urniture,
clothing anu shoes, bougat, eold or
exchanged; also iruuKs and s-itcast
cheap. A Siner. Phone 173 i-i
I l wenty-Ufth St. 6-13-lyr
TRUNKS REPAIRED
GALLAGHER repairs trunks 35(1
25tb SL 0 -5-Iuio.
VACUUM CLEANERS
.
ONE HOLLAR per day, delivered and
called for. Llectrlc Servlcu Co,
Phone 8S. Up 24th Sl
Block 28. Plat "C," Ogden City Sur-
All protests and objections to th'j
carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the bth day o(
I November, 1913, at 10 oclock a. m ,
I that being the time 6et by the Board
; 01 Commissioners w hen they will , H
Lear and consider such objections as
iiaj be made thereto at the Majors
otlice at the ( It) Hall', Ogden City,
Ltab
Bj order of the Board of Commis
. lorn rs 01 Ogden City, Utah,
Dated this 14th day of October,
I P'13 A. G PELL,
Mayor
11 J CRAVEN,
City Englueer.
Firt pub lieai ion October 14. 1913
I. ..-1 eiblie.i(ioii November 5 UUJ
NOTICE OF INTENTION,
Notice Is hereby giveu by the Board
if Commissioners of Ogdjtn City,
I Utah, of the Intention of the said
1 Poard to make the following describ
ed improvements, to-wit:
1 0 create Hudsou Avenue betw een
L':;rd and 24 ih Streets, through Block
12, as a sidewalk district and to co.i
Strucl therein a concrete walk iwe: .
feet wide and four inches lu
thickness, with the necessary inter
bilious, together with the necessary
grading therefor and to defray ihe
whole of the cost thereof, estimated
a: 11,500 00, bj a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground
I ' Dg and beinK within Hie following
district, being the district to be ben
cfited 1 r affected by said Improve
ments, viz.:
All the land lyiny between the out
er boundarj lines ol said avenue, and
h line drawn 5u feet outward from
and parallel to the said outer bound
ary lines.
All protects and objections to the
carrying out of such intention must
b" preseuted in writing to the City
Ki order on or belore the Oth day ot
November, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m .
1 hat being the time set by paid Board
.1 ( ommissloners when they will
hear mid consider such objections as
111. ij be made thereto, at the Mayor's
office, at the City Hall, Ogden City,
Hah.
ft.v order of the Board ot Commis
sioners of Ogden City. Utaa. j
Hated this 1 1th dav of October,
l'l II. J CRAVEN,
Clt) Engineer.
Ffrsl publication October k, ft, 1913
; I.;. sl publication November 5, 1913.
PORTOLA TO OUTDO
ALL PRIOR EVENTS
San Francisco, Cal., OcL 20. San
l'i DCiaCO expects to outdo all her
pi 1 Ions efforts in Hie production ot
1 irnlvals when he Portola festival.
1 n.i.ui' inor.itiv ! oi tho discovery of
ih Pacific oc-ean 400 years ago.
opi ns h re ueTt Wednesday w ith a
three days' program of varied evet)t,
OU of the features of which will be
rin electrical historical parade on the
c'o.'inj; night. In the Interim there
will be daylight parades of various
kiinis, participated In by the I sited
Sti'tc.-. army, naval mliitla. sailors
:md marines from visiting warships,
tho national guard and fraternal or
ganizations. Wednesday morning Don Caspar de
Portola who discovered San Fran
ciecd baj will enter the Golden Gale,
i;. will hi Welcomed to the city with
his retinue and the fete will be on.
Ever notice the power of the will. a
late Nea o magnate left one
which requi en that all his children
behave themselves for sen wars.. ssj
or they won't et a cent Exchange. Ef
asftiftsgsssi Hy

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