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j U N 1 0 N jm L A B E L I ADVERTISING PRICES j Want .idvertlsementa c;s; ono cent per word each Issje. or 5 cents pe' i :' line of five words per day, no first Insertion less than 25 cents or two or more llneo per week at the rate of 25 cents per line rer week, or 75 I cents per line -,er month. Remember five average words make a line. AH advancements on trls pago must be paid In advance. No exception to th rule. WANTED FEMALE HELP W ANTED W aitress in Pullman Cpl i fee House .'-'1 1-2 25th St 1 - i -' AN experienced woman between 25 and 30 for general housework. Z456 Madison Phone 248-W. 12-2-lwkJ AN experienced woman between 25 and '.''I for general housework 2466 Monroe Phone 248-W. 12-1-lwk j SALESMEN WANTED ! SALESMAN wanted, earn 100 month-j ly, expenses; advertising or sell ci gars. Woodfern Co. New York N Y . ll-S-lmo SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPER with in small chil dren wants position on ranch o farm Will work for board and small wages B M. Care Standard 12 4 lwk DRESSMAKING 4.".'; 22nd Si. Phone f 380 J W ANTED Laundry or office work or If. other inside work X. care Stand j ard. 12 3-lwk EIGHT rooms, good condition 630 23rd St 12 31iuo DRESSMAKING ami sewing 1970 Jackson avenue. Phone 2456-J. 5 12-2 lwk EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants j position can turnish good refer ences Phone 577-W 1J 1 lwk OFFICE cleaning by reliable woman J Phone 2034. ia27-lwk WANTED QUICK TWO or 3 horse power gas engine Wedell U-19-lmo WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED by couple with piano board and room in private family. Phone I 602. 12-4-lwk jj WANTED- Clean, wnue old rags t - the Standard office. Phono 66. 2tu ;4tn it. f BOARD AND ROOM uc OB HOUSEKEEPING rooms furnished or unfurnished Utah hotel. Phono fefr V(02. Taylor and Hoist, :;71 22ud St. sci Phone 1T"2 We cater to the work ing people 11 26-U jgj FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS ANL1 M APARTMENTS. ROOM with steam heat. bath, tor, gent $2 B0 per week, close in rel It' erences. 2341 Adams Ave il--'1 Lmo .MODERN 2 ruuni cottage, on -II"" i Terms ea:-y Phone Owner 1127. ll" NICE nxmi la modern impute lamiiy. meals if desired 686 27ih St Phom 2048 12-3 lw l; rjft MODERN Bleeping room, use of par- dB 'or- 8d location. Phone 1112-W 1 NICELY .urn. shed modern apart : rgA ments 98th and Grant. Ipplj nJ 2785 Grant or Pnone 1328 12-2-tf THREE furnished housekeeping J rocms cheap 2831 Hudson Ifl 12-1 2wk 1 111) NICELY furnished ooni, rent reas-j onable. 2177 Jefferson. 12-1-lwk IL MODERN furnished housekeep'ng . room .'Toft c.rant avenue 11-29-1 wk M ; THREE nicely lurn sncu apartment! ; for housekeeping, with bath no in ! side rooms, 1-2 block east of Wash ' ington avenue 447 21st St. U-26-U I GOOD comfortable rooms for house J keep!Hg. 2758 LIulo'm ll-28-lwk FuR RENT Furui-heu. new, clean !com'orf aM-: housekeeping rooms, $2 weck up V'S 31t St. 2-13-lyr l NlNE-ruom house on 31st St. SlS.oo. w edeil. 11-13 lmr. COREY apartments modern and rea sonable. 2566 Wash Ave. FURNISHED flats L524 Gram Ave, I ""lyr FOR RENT UNrURN'RHED HOUSc.?. ROOM1; AND APARTMENTS. I FOUR room, lights, water close In; barn handv. Applv 2163 Adams 12-4 !wk SIX room modern cottage Imiu re 1019 Washington avenue. Phone h 505. 12 4-lwk NlNE-room buuse on 31st St., 18uu Wedell. 11 19-lmo FI'E iuuiii lurtnsheu house. ne.tp. i righ' part Inquire at 953 21?t St 12-3-1 wt FOUR room house, pantry. clOBet aud water, .-mall lamilv. 2.,5 28th. 11 28-1 wk J IN fine neighborhood S-room modern I ; houj? porchea and fireplaces In J Quire 663 27th ll-5-2wk TH KEF. room house. Apply 886 I2tlu Phone B00-W. 11-20 mo FOUR-room modern Rear SIR 27th no children. 10-13-tf LOST SCREW-tall French bulldog, brindlc and white, answers to name Win kle Finder please return to Fashion Rooming House and receive reward 12-4 2t TWO year old iron grey mare colt Re turn to 134'J Wash Reward 11 29-lwk FOR SALE MISCEXUlNEOUS THREE barrels cider vinegar, quick, cheap. 1170 Cahoon Tel 47s R 12 .'-lwk COMPLETE B6l 01 gool furniture for four room house all together or by the piece; splendid bargains Phon 1643 Y. 540 28th. 12-2 tf SLNM.liR Sowing Machine Hot Blast Heater almost rif , Blrdseye maple chiffonier and somnoe. dresser. 158 Twentv thlr.l 12 2 3t DO YOU WANT AN AUTO? WILL trade my .". Pass 1912 Cadillac car; electric lighted, electric start ed, new tires, car in A-l condition good as new lor vacant city property or acreage Give description and price of property Address H, care Standard FOUR milk cows Just fresh, at $58 Washington 11 29-tr WK have several uood tresh milk eows. also registered Ierse s for sale Cow Market. 7th and Washing ;on 10 29-tr BLACKSMITH shop, complete set 01 tools, cheap. 768 20th. Phone 1427 11-26-tl WILL accept price offered last Thursday morning for terrier pup. 528 :4th St 11-24-tl FOR SALE SWEET APPLE CIDER W holesale and Retail at reasonable prices Orders taken for deliver) Phone 439-W or 27-Y, North ogden Exchange. Ueorge Thlnnes & Son? 11 lS-l'wkj FULL 6lzed ink barrels, J1.00 apiece Inquire Evening Standard JG'i L'4th Street Phono 56. 1-18-tf KINDLING wood Y'ard 011 Hudson Ae . oet. 23rd aud 24th Su. Phone 517-J. L2-28-tf MONEY TO LOAN MONEY advanced salaried people on ! eas. payments. no security, al60 loans on turniture, pianos, etc. Drake, oxer Paine & Hurst. tf ...MALL amoius cf money loaned i.o reliable people on stiort not ce. call Phone 1013 J 'j 24 lwk ANY' amount on real estate. Bichsel, Commercial Nat l Bank Bldg. tf LOAN'S on Improved farm or city ) property HUNTER & KENNEDY, -J 2 J 24th St , opposite court house tf MOXKY to loan on city and farm I property. Any amount, no delay Matiriews-McCulloch Co., under First National Bank. Phene 301-W MONEY to loan on watches, dia monds, jewelry, firearms, etc Lu cie Sams Loan Office, established 1885. The Money Lenders or Ogden, 2",n 25th St C. H. bmlth, Prop a-27 ir MONEY to loan on real estate secur Uy. J. J. Brummitl 4--'7-tf MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans. Kelly & Derrick. 3 15 tf PERSONAL. MARRY .Many wealthy Calworu.ans seeking marriage Photos and de scriptions free. Mission Agency. B 744. San Francisco. Cal. MADAME YOGIS IT will pay you to see this wonder ful ci t ted woman She will teach you how to get acquainted with your self. How to get the most good out of life. So many people stand iu their own light and don t know It. Special prices this week Astroiog .st. Palm and Card reading 132 1-2 25th St. Phone 1297-W. 11-H-lwk SWITCHES yOl K combings made into switches. etc.. Mr3. G. Dixon, 2356 Washing ton avenue 11 -29-lwk FOR SALE REAL ESTATE V NICE Rlghlh lot 011 2ird street. 50x135 itt to alley, city water in front of lot only $200; $lo down, 510 per month. I 1 BRU M MITT. Under Utah National Bank l.O f, ')i'xl2.7. on Madiion avenue, near 27th street car, $3l.5 Phone 2263 W' 11-22-lw k I 1 .ul'lt-room modern house with base iqent 284o Hudson. 12-3-iwk , oNtR WANTs TO SELL HIS HOME AT a bargain: hav? to leave town; a Dice four room frame houe. elec tric lights, city water, bath room, clos e,s cellar, 20 Leghorn chickens and t hi ken oops, large coal shed; fruit trees, lot 50x174 452 CHESTER ST 12-2-lwk MODERN 3-room cottage, only $1100. Terms easy. Phone owner, 1427. 12-3-tf AN Ideal lot for a home on 13th St uear car line and school. 80x13., large enough fur a garden, an or chard and to raise some chickens. It solves the high cost of llviDg Plenty of water, easy terms W H Yoorhles. Phono 1312-R. 10-18-tf A Modern 5 room bungalow , well lo-1 cated. close in Cheap. ' I BRUMMITT Phone 59 I BUILDING lots; 66x330 feet, facing south on Wilson lane, just beyond ' I city limits Price $500 in $10 a month j payments Abstract showing good ! I title Wilson Lane is a state road. I I macadamized and kept In repair by I state runds Sprinkled every day I during dry weather. In easy reach 1 of sugar factory, two canning fac lories. Good school facilities. Rich garden soil, f ill water right. Room on lot to keep horse, cow, pigs, chick ens; ra'se garden, small fruit, or-) chard. Short walk to railroad yards or to business center of city Save vour Christmas money and begin put ting it Into a lot When lot Is paid for we can furnish you money to build a house. Start the now vear 1 right Quit payinc rent. HUNTER it KENNEDY, 423 24th Street. Come and see us MODERN Sroom house in the rail road district onlv $20 per month. J. J BR LM MITT, Under Utah National Bank. AN elegant 5-room bungalow, ioealed near Sacred Heart academy, large basement, screened porch and large lot for only $2700; $300 down, bal ance same as paying rent, low rale of interest .1 .1 BR I MM ITT. Phon. v. SACRIFICE SALE NICE four-rcom cottage, pantry, ' closet, front and rear porch large lot, good location; particulars id price and terms may be had calling at my ofucc. basement of Utah Nat l , Bank Bldg , corner 24th and Wash I This ly your opportunity, don't let I it pass, also huve a few choice resi I deuce lots In improved district in rght location and at right price; 1'. 1 will be to your interest to call and 1 , make further Inquiry Remember tho 1 place, under Utah Nat l Bank Bldg Phone 199 and 662-R. W. J Crltch law. 10-31-tf YUKEE-room house built last year large lot, price ?S50. easy terms; vou can't afford to overlook this 4111 241 h St. 11 17 lwk j AN elegant lot 50x115 feet within 2 blocks of Utah National bank, only $1200, any kind of terms, low rate of I interest TWO BARGAINS. MCE 3-room cottage In excellent lo cation, this place Is in tine sliap? and a bargain at $12a0 on monthly 1 payments; new 4 room cottage, big' 101. fruit and shade trees, chicken iuns, electric lighted barn aDd out-1 buildiugs; an ideal home and the price is right See me for further particu- , ,ais E W Cannady, Room 11. Com mercial National Bank Bldg. 11-8-tfj J. J. BRUMMITT Phone 59. AN elegant lot on Wall aenue. near 1 Union depot, between 25th aud 26tb streets, only S125 per front foot, terms. .1 I BRUMMITT, 1 nder Utah National Bank. LOT near Union depot. $lo per front fool, $10 down. $lo per month J I. , Mrummltt Under Utah National Bank 1 A W ELL improved piece of property on Lincoln avenue, between 25tb I and 26tb streets only $75 per front toot; all taxes paid except the pave ment: terms. j .1 BRUMMITT Phone 59 BRK'K lotlage. Liosti in. Iu best residence district, reasonable, term 10 suit buyer, inquire 2030 Washinj? ion Ave 113 1m' FARM TO TRADE FARM near town for house, clos In. C, D. IVES, 380 25th St 1 15 lyr : NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD j OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW. A 1;. Fell. T. Samuel Browning and I Joseph C. Nye. Commissioners of i 1 ugdeu City. Utah, sitting as a Board of Equalization and Review of the .special and local taxes to be levied and assessed by ordinance upon prop-' I erty abutting 011 both sides of Hud-' j uon avenue from 28th to 29th streets, j known B Sewer District No. 120, here by give notice that the Hsu of prop erty in the said district to be taxed has been completed, and that they will meet at the Mayor's office In the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah from 9 o'clock a. ni. to 5 o'clock p in , for five con . ei Utlve days, commencing Deccmbci '.1, llti.i to and including December I . 1913. and will remain in session on each of these days, during said hours! for the purpose of hearing any person: feeling aggrieved, and to make corroc ! von of any tax deemed unequal or tin just and during the -Ittlug of 6alc Hoard said lists of property aud the taxes proposed shall then and there! be open to public inspection. By order of the Board. A. G. FELL, Mayor 1 ITrst publication Dec 2. 1913. ' Last publication Dec. S, 1913. LEGAL Delinquent Assessment. Warren Irrigation company, prin cipal place of business W arren W e ber county, State of Utah. NOTICE There are delinquent up on the follow ing described slock, on ; account of assessment levied on tho loth day of September, 1013. the sev- ; c-ral amounts sei opposite the aame or the respective stockholders us follows: No certificates of slock have been Issued. No. of Amount Name. Shares Due ! William Hodson 40 $ 80.00 Nellie Hall 20 40.00 I liarles H. Ellsworth 20 40.00 t oarles Skeen 25 5o.OO Stephen Knight 16,00 Alfred D. Skeen 5o 100 00 W. A. Baxter 20 40.00 Joel W White 10 13 50 C E. Judklns 20 80.00 Walter H Wayment 2 4.00 John Ethc-nngtou ... 1". .''.imiu Leroy Barker 30 60.00 O. A Kennedy 5 5. 00 J. B. Judkins 20 40 QQ Joseph E Hansen .'.5 9 ,60 Henry Wadman In j on Moroni Skeen 16 32-00 Joseph Skeen 77 154 00 W. G Rbead 40 80 0o Ami in accordance with law. and In compliance vith ;i lesolution o' the Board of Directors made on said 10th day of September, 1913, 60 many shares of each parcel of said stock 1 as may be necessary, will be sold at the Public School House In said ! Warren Precinct, Weber County. State of Utah,' on the 17th day or December, 1913, at the hour of 2 o clock p. m , to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, together with I the cost of advertising and expenses bl the sale. I, M. FOLK MAN, Secretary Residence and office at Warren, Utah. This the 25th day of November, 1913. CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRVOYANT, SPIRITUALIST MADAME LUELLA FLETCHER, Trance and Spirit Medium. Can be consulted daily at 329 26th St. Advice on all affairs of life Reads jour life like an open book from era die to grave; tlls vou everything you want to know what to do for success; how to have your deareBt hopes real lzcd secrctlv; how to achieve finan cial success, in fact tells you every thing you wish to know Madame Fletcher guarantees to call you by your name In full. The names of your dearest friends and enemies, or make no charge evli Influences re moved free of charge in readings; spe cial low lee this week only; private Bold Attempt at Robbery. A bank messenger In Berlin had an exciting time of It, recently, while rid lug In a taxlcab with on of the bank's clerks The incident occurred In broad daylight. In a leading thorough fare of the German capital The clerlt. with no warning suddenly attacked the messenger, producing a noose of wire, with which he attempted to strangle his companion The messen ger however, succeeded In freeing himself from the other's grasp, and pulling down the window in the cab. shouted for help. The chauffeur, alarmed by his cries, stopped the cab and came to bis assistance, while a number of constables hurrying up se cured the assailant The bank mes senger had a considerable sum of money In his possession and the clerk admitted to the police that he had hoped to secure It, having planned the attack a long time ago. Cautious m Their Answera. For non-committal brevity of speech, commend us 'o the Yankee lord of the soil One such ho was obliged to make a ph.. slclan dally visits, bad an unvarying answer to the question. "How do you feel today-" Well," he would reply, show Ing as little Interest In tho subject as possible. "I ain't no vrurs" Further than that be wished to say nothing, and It took the cunning of a serpent to discover his real feelings A man who waj knocked down In the street by a snow slide was assailed by a sympathizing crowd with condolence and question Did It hurt you""' In quired one of his rescuers, as bo brushed the snow from the clothes of the woll.pow derert victim. '."Wejl, was the cautious answer, "it ain't done be no good." Wise Scotth Laddlo. A Pcotcb lad had his leg injured at a factory, and was treated for some time by the doctor without much fa vorable result. His mother had great fiiitb In a local bone setter, and want ed her son lo go to him but the boy objected, preferring, as he said, the "rep lar faculty." Finally, however, he yielded to his mother's persuasions snd was taken to tho town where the famous bone-setter resided. Tbe leg was duly examined, and It was found necessary to pull It very severely, in order "to get the bono In." as the quack expressed it The patient howled In agony, but at last tbe bone was "got In." and ho was bidden to go home In a few days he would bo all right, and could resume work "Didn't be do it well""' said the Joy ous old lady, as they started home ward. "Yes, he did. mother. " said tho lad, 'be pulled It well; but I was na sic a foci as to gio him tbo salr leg" Antiquity of Hymne. While hymns as we know them to day are a comparnt I vHy rcoeat Inno vation in churcb enlces. thy are a erv ancient Institution and existed long before the Christian era. Many Important rollectiona of hymns date back to about five hundred years be fore Christ, though of course bimos existed long before that period Among the collections which have come down to us from then are the Sanskrit "Rig da ' a Chinese "Book of Odes," tho "Buddhist Hymns, the Grecian "Homeric Hymns" and the "Odes of Plndor." "Tbe LatJn Hymns,' or hymns of tho western church, date from tbe fourth to the twentieth cen turies, while tbo "Lutheran Chorales" dat from tho sixteenth century. Tho hymns which play so prominent a part In the services of the modern Protes tant churches were not In wide gen oral use until about I860. Ktude. Practical Aid for the Poor. Miss Kllzabetb Ross has been ap pointed manager of tho household ser vice office, which has Just been estab lished In Jamaica Plain Mais, bv the Women's Municipal Lnguo Tbe en terprise Is patterned after the Brat tleboro Mutual Aid Association a neighborhood service uhlrh affords mutual aid for the sick The plan Is to furnish at cost competent nurses to educate people along sanitary lines and to furnish emploment for womeQ and girls competent as household helpers Cosmopolitan London. A maji with nothing useful to do took a wlk on Aldwych and Kings way the other day and counted noses Ah a result be writes to a newspaper exploiting 'he cosmopolitanism of Ioudon. Ho says that In 16 minutes he en countered One Arab In flowing burn ous and white turban two Turks In frock coata and tarbouches. seven ob vious Americans and probably more who were not obvious a couple of Danes wearing Alexandra Day roses and talking volubly in their nativo tongue, a lascar two Indian students with gold spectacles, an alert Japa neseNew York Sun Reu iue 1 lassitisd ACa FRATERNAL SOCIETIES 1 MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O E. S.. regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington are. between 25th and 26th sta.. the first and third Fridays of each month So journing members cordially invited to attend Fannie, M Wblttomore. W. M.; Calllo E. Cave. Secretary Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A M., Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington avenue. Meetings every Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock Members of sister lodges and sojourning brethren cordially invited to attend. S. W. When., W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec retary Queen City Rebekab Lodge No. 4 I O O. F , meets second and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall Visiting members Invited. Nona Har rington. N. G ; Emma Meld. Record ing Secretary. 711 Twenty-third stree'. WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle No. 581. meets every W ednesda7 rlcht at 7 .30 o'clock. New Woodmen I Hall, Fraternity Bldg Visiting neigh bors Invited Du es can be Dald tr Dr Alice M Ridge M D B7-51 Low's I block Eliza Eremer. G N . 464 22nd St. St Mario Crites. clerk. 2731 Mon roc avenue 9-H' tf Kr.tghta of Pythlns Oeden lodes No. 2. Knlphtn of Pvthlns. meets a! ' Castle hall Utah National bank build J Ing, everv Mondar evening All K. of P's ire requested to meet -with us. 'W H. Luddlngton C C: W G Kind. 1 M of E . W L. Underwood. K- of R and S LADIES of the Maccshees of the World, Silver Hive No 1 meets every first and third Frida- evenings I at 8 o'clock, and every second and i focrth Fridav afternoons at 2 30 o'clock. In Woodmen Hall Fraternity I Block. Visiting members cordially In- vlted to attend KATHRYN FCGT.FSTON' L C L. JENNIE PROUT R K Royal Neighbors of America Moots every second and fourth Monday nights of each months at S p. ra., .at the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity building Visiting neighbors invited. Duea can be paid 10 Mrs Anna Rles Finley, M. D, room 21 Lewis block i lnd'a Sawyer, Oracle. 2453 Harrison. . Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and 1 Quiocy. I Brotherhood of American comen I Ogden Homestead. No 1505. meets on every Wednesday evening in Dew I 0.0 F hall. Fraternity building, Washington avenue. Visiting Arch : er6 are cordially Invited to meet with us Addie L Williams, Foreman, ISO Twenty-first street. J A Junk. Cor respondent. 3202 Washington avenue. Order of Owls Ogden Nest No , 1218. Order of Owls. mns everv ! Friday evening in their own ball (tho old Elk club rooms) at 8 oclock Visiting Brother Owls aro invited to aiitnu the neb' meetings Fred Cai uhan, President; J Oliver, Secretary, 241ti Wasbiugion avenue. ! SEUO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every second and lourtb 'Ibursday ulghla : at b p m . iu 1 u. o Kal bail. Visit I mg neighbors cordially invited Fran ces Coppock. 57 2tu St Kate Hey I man. Clerk. Bell phone 1247-J a Woodui'.u ol the World Weber , Camp No 74. meelB in tbe W , O. W. ball, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing -I ton avenue, every Thursday evening ! at 8 o clock, ialtiug W oodmen cor uially invited to attend. C E. CANSKE. C. C. E. AUTH. Llerk. I Moderu W nodmen oi America Utah camp No. Jyo meets tvery fir&t and tairu Tucoday evenings at ! o'clock at ii. ol p. null, 'f tuo -lourtb su nu Washington ave. Visiting mambt;n mvitwu vv H Drauey, UounuL j. m. Shater. Clerk. Fraternal Order of Eagles vjgden Aerio No, US. F. O. K., metis every Wednesday cluing at Bagles hall, Hudauu at 8 oclock. Visiting brother Eagles ar lnvitea 10 attend the aerie LuueUQgs. LluLi rOOOSI opOO at 11 a. m. . W. Grlflia. W Piusi uent E. K Geier, secretary. Dr. c. E Waruleigb, Aerie i'nymclan. ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT ORS. Wasatch Dlvlsiou .so. 124, O, H. C. mttii necond and tourtn Friday at P m , iu rruteruity Block. Odd 1 t'eiowo Hull All brothers are cor uially invited to uttem:. C. H Pear sou, C. C. D L Boyle, S and T m i ' ,m " w Classified uaverllbemcnta on this ! page cost one cent per word, each in bcruon But uo first insertion can I bo lfcb8 tnan 25 cents. Or you can I run the classuied advertmemeut for I 25 cents Psr Hue per week, but uo ' weekly advertisement cau be less than j u centjB- NOTICE Will Pay City Warrants Notice is hereby given mat the undersigned Treasurer of Ogden t'uy, will, at his Oiflce, on aud ulter this date, pa) CUj Warrants oeariug Reg istry Numbers 2477y to 253U2 all In elusive, and lurther that all such Warrants not presented to me lor payment will cea-e to draw Interest alter December 3rd. 1913. ALLACE FOli.UER. City Treasurer Dated at Ogdeu, Utah, Dec 1. 1913. NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice Is hereby given by ib 1 Board ot Commissioners of Ogden Ln.y ul ibr. Intention 01 said board i 10 wako tbe following described im- 1 provemeuis, to-wll: To lay out, establish and open a ; public street. U be named Butler aeuue, uoith and south through Block 16, Plal A." Ogden City sur vey, said street to be 42 feet wide, being the lull width of the present right-of-way; being 16 5 leet on the west and 26 5 feet on the eajl side 61 the lot line north and south be- I tweeu lots 3 and -4; also lots 7 and 8 In Block 16. Plat "A." OKden City Survey, the whole distance between 25th and 26th Streets and to defray I ibe whole of the cost thereof, esti mated at $3,060 .00 by a local assess- i meat upon the lots or pieces of ground lying aoid being within the loiiowing dlbtrlc, being the duinu to bo benefited and aftected by said improvements, viz. All tho land lying between the outer boundar liues of said avenue I INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY READERS OF THE PRESS Alphabetically arranged directory of business house that supply your wants. Advertisements in this col- Notary Public, umn cost 75c per line per A t H 7 ! ii-i c D- IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth Street month, payable in advance. Junk. Accordion Plaiting. OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have DONE in all lengths. 25C8 Cole's anr kind of Junk- Phon u UP- We Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-m. will call for jt Tel. 210. Astrologist. Painting. Paperhanging. LISTEN here' Madim Yogis. the PAINTING, paperhanKlng and tinting, greatest fareer, astrologist.' palm J- Den Harthog. Phone 61R and card reader. Call and be, con Z ' vinced she a thc best 132 1-2 25th Physician and Surgeon. SL Newdale rooms. " DR A FERNLUND. Physician and Attorneys. Burgeon. Office hours ll to 4 v- j New Peery Bldg , Hudson ve. Pbone r t wfiT ivioir pi . x, .i ,,1900-W Residence phone 2129-W. 646 Bkdg'MSKI' Flr6t N Washington avenue. LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, over Com- Printing. . mercial National Bank Bldg. 369 1 ' 24ih St Plione 111. W'OODY PRINTING CO We do good work. 2465 Wash. Ave Phone S50 Billiards and Pool. - j BAKER Billiard Room! 2452 GraaJ Sanitary Work. ; Ave. Not the Blcest but tb , c- Best Billiard and "pool' tables and .YOUR garbage tltf Lnirr supplies for sale. We Bell the Minn ltary can furnished free. Sanitary Table, tbe best table manufactured : Garbage Co. Phone 620. Expert repairing done. " 1 CITY SCAVENGER. McCarty ft Co.. Bookbinding. 2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018W. I J WILSON Book and loose leaf de- Second-Hand GoOtb. vice manufacturer. Upstairs. 2465 " Wash, Ave. Phone S50 12-30-lmo NEW AND SECOND-HAND furniture. , 1 clothing and shoes, bought, sold or Chironrarlor exchanged; also trunks and suitcases vmropracior cheap A Slneri Phone 13Z1. i79 1 Twenty-fifth SL 6 13 lwr F J. FREENOR, D. C. Graduate Chiropractor. T t R-n;rl No drugs, surgery or osteopathy: try xrunK ivepairea. jcbiropratic (spinal adjustments.) K I R'Xim 14 Comnierclal Nat 1 Bank GALLACHER repairs trunkf 3S0 'Bldg Phone 311 6-7-tf 2blh St 6 25 lmo J Carpet Cleaning. Vacuum Cleaners. K N KAMPEN Pbone SS3 for up- ONE DOLLAR per day. delivered and holstenng, mattress making, re- called for. Electric Service Co. ! stretching of bed springs. Phone 88. Up 24th St. when opened as proposed, and a line i drawn oil leet outward Irom and parallel to tbe said outer boundary lines, being part of Lots 3, 4. 7 and 8, Block 16. Plat "A," Ogden City sur ey in said Ogden City. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such intention must be presented in writing to the City Recorder on or before tbe 4th day of December, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. j m., that belug ihe tlmo aet by said Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such ob ! jectioub as may be made thereto, at ; the Mayor s olflce at the City hall, Ohden City, Utah. By order of thc Board of Commls- sloncr-3 of Ogden City, Utah. Dated this 11th day of November. 1913. A. G FELL. Mayor. H i. GRAVEN, City Engineer 1 Kirst publication, November 11 : ui3 Last publication, December 3, 1913 SUMMONS. In the District Court of Weber County. State of Utah. William Hodson. Plaintiff, vs Co lonial Trust Company of New York, a corporation, and Central Trust Com pany of New York, a corporation, De fendant6. The State of Utah to the said D? fendants You uro hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you. If served within the County In which this ac tion Is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defeud I the above entitled action, and in case of your failure so to do. Judg ment will be rendered against ou according to the demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the I Clerk of said Court. This action Is brought to quiet plain I tiff's title as against defendants to the southwest quarter of the south west quarter of Section 30, Township 7 North. Range 2 West. Salt Lako Meridian, being Lot 4 of said section. H H HENDERSON, Plaintiff's Attorney, P O. Address. No. 216 First National Bunk Bldg Ogden. Utah. I NOTICE OF DELINQUENT SALE PIngree Townslte Company. Princi pal place of business Ogden City, We ber Couuty, Utah. Notice. There are delinquent on the follow ing described stocK on account of as sessment numbered 2. levied on the 17th day of September. 1913. the sev- I eral amounts et opposite the names of the respective stockholders: I Cf te No. Name Shares Amount ; go r. L Carey . 1260 187 5u j 81 R H Mallett 2000. SOU 00 3 i Ceo H. Smith . . . 250 37 50 36 G K. Smith 1250 187. 5'i S4 G K. Smith . . 1250 187 5u 14 P. T. Wright 1260 187 50 j 78 P. T W right . . 1250 187 50 And in accordance with the law I and the order of the Board of Direc tors: made ou the Nth day of Sep I tember 1913, and the 25th day of I October. 1913. so many shares of each j parcel of such stock as may be nec essary will be sold at the office of the company at the First National I bank. First National Bank Building. Corner of 24th Street and Wishing ton Avenue. Ogden City, Utah, on the 12th day of December, 1913. at tbe hour of four o'clock p. m , to pay delinquent assessments thereon, to gether with the cost of advertising ;iinl expense of sale JAMES F. BURTON. Secretary Office First National Bank, First National Bank Building Ogden. Utah. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVI EW G. Fell T Samuel Browning and Joseph C. Nye. CommlJslonen of Ogden City. Utah, sitting as a Board f Equalization and Review of the special and local taxes to be levied and assessed bv ordinance upon prop erly abutting on both sides of Twenty-fourth street from "B" to "D" dtreets and on the south side ol Twenty-fourth street from "B" street to the bluff west of Weber river, known as curb and gutter district No H'6, hereby give notice that the lists j of property in said district to be. i, taxed has been completed, and that they will meet in the mayors office at the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah, from 9 oclock a ro. to 5 o'clock p. m . for five consecutive days, com mencing December 11, 1913, to 'and Including December 16, 1913. and will remain in session on each of these days, during said hours for the pur pose of bearing any person feeling ag . i sneved and to make correction of , A any fax deemed unequal or unjust, and during the sitting of said Board 'flj I said lists of property and the taxes proposed shall then and there be open to pub'lr inspection. Bv order of the Board A. G. fell. -Mayor. fl GEORGE A SEAMAN, City Recorder First publication December 4, 1913 IB Last publication December 10, 1S13. GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE Consult County Clerk or ths Reaps tlve Signer for Further Information, PROBATE. 1 Estate of William Behring. De ceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the of fice of A. G Horn, No 2421 Wash ington aenue. Ogden City, Utah, on or before April 5, 1914. A. B. CANFIELD. Administrator of the Estate of William Behring, Deceased A. O. HORN, Attorney for Administrator ESTATE OF HORACE E. PEERY, DECEASED. J Creditors will present their claims. Jj I with vouchers, to the undersigned at the law offices of Richard & Wil lis. Suite 418 First National Bank Building, situated at the northeast corner of the intersection of Wash Ington aenue and 24th street, in 0 den City, Weber county. Utah, on or beiore the 4th dav of October. 1914 ELIZABETH L. PEERY JANIE T PEERY II ROLD J. PEERY. Executors. Dale of first publication December' 4. I Date of last publication December IS, Remedy for Damp Walla. Boil two quarts of tar with two ounces clan ( kitchen I grease in an J iron saucepan of convenient size, fox a quarter of an honr To thla mlx- ture add some tlaked Mme and very flnelv rounded glaet which ha been previously put through a hair-sieve. ( Two parta lime to one of glaes and worked to the thickneas of a thin plaster Use at soon as made, a it aocui becomes hard One coat an inch thick will generally answer the pur pose but if wall Is very damp two coats may be applied Paint over the cement or plaster and. If wanted. It may be papered as any ordinary wall. Kept the Waiters Busy. A party of tourists which recently traveled over a Canadian railroad continuously for five days waa served darinm that time, od the dining cere, with 660 meals daily or 3,300 meals la all. Thie was done on two standard. j: dining cars, each having a seating ca pacity of thirty persons and managed by one conductor four eooka and five waiters At this rate each waiter serv- ! ed at each meal an arermjre of twenty two persons and each chair would be used an average of three and two thirds times at each meal Railway Age Gazette.