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f . . . THE QGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 1915 -, HI I
I Get the Habf-Use Standard Want Ads
f Evdy 7adsRth; YJT ff1;8. & medium of exchange for Real Estate, For Sale, Exchange, Room
and Houses for Rent, Help Wanted, Positions Wanted, Etc. "8C' 1XUU1"
I : J CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. - I
IT PAYS tfPaSM T ,advace: t per wdrf'per lnser- nAfl V I
' ut.. . tIon No fIr8t Insertion less than 25 cents Twn r mn UAIL, Y
Let tho pooplo know what you have . 2K n ... u corns, i wo or more "-
( to offer If you have a vacant room. " ' ,ntB PT Ilne per weet 75 ct Per line per Want Ads nro ercat aid to Email bust-
advertise It. A two or three lino want month with no changes. neBS. A few linos run daily cost but
ad will help you sell your surplus t( ; little, hut the returns will surprise
j,tock. real estate, etc. ftrs. EVerfoing J
p I -
TED---FEIV1AJLE HELP
jIIDDLE-aged women to help with
! housework. Call -mornings at Stlm-
' wn's Cafe. 10-15-tf
f .
i r.OOD Elrl for housework; no laundry,
I od wages. Phono 1434. "2720 Ad,
I tms. 10-13-tt
f EXPERIENCED lady shoe clerk want-
efl at Christenson Shoe Co. 10-13-tf
i EXPERIENCED waitress wanted,
I fluick. 356 25th St. Grcenwoll Con
1 Sttonerr. 10-12-tf
I WA?ffED2j
I WANTED Assist mgr. for local com-
i nnny; good salary and executlvo posi-
i tlon; must Invest small amount. Ad-
dress C, care Standard.
INDIVIDUAL instruction bookkeeping
md accounting-; reasonable, day or
Box w-B- standi5di-3.iwk
; IJTUATION
FIRING a heating plant or janitor
." work- E. G. Neighbor, 325 9th St.
.) 10-4-1 wk
j BOARD AND ROOM.
j 260 20th St. Phone 2673-R. 9-29-lmo
I forTTentn
; . '
i ; Furnished Houses, Rooms and
I Apartments.
1 FURNISHED, clean, comfortable
housekeeping rooms, ?2 week up. 53C
V SlBt St.
i
: Housekeeping rooms with bath,
'; 203S Farr Ave. 10-9-lmo
s 3-ROOM, nice, clean, furnished; mod
;; ern house. 555 20th St. 10-7-tf
j NICE 3-room modern house, furnished.
,t Rear 2928 Grant Ave. 10-15-lwk
i 10-ROOM house, suitable for rooms
and board, partly furnished. 261 27th.
: , 10-13-lwk
'''' KOUR-room, modern, just painted,
new linoleum, piano; car line. Phone
1595-J. 10-11-lwk
TWO or 3 clean, nicely furnished,
" modern housekeeping rooms. 336 21sL
I 10-11-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
X 2220 Lincoln. 10-4-lwk
I 2 ROOMS for light housekeeping; gas.
; Phono 707-W. 2370 Lincoln. 10-9-lwk
I 2 NICE large rooms for light houao
1 keeping. Inquire 2550 Orchard.
if 10-9-lwk
f THREE modern furnished bousekeep
' inc rooms; with gas.465 22d St.
I; b 10-9-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping,
gas bath, sleeping rms. 427 24th.
' 9-21-lmo
3 3 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms.
t 2338 Wall. 9-21-tf
i FURNISHED apartments. 2G34 Grant.
i 9-18-lyr
I i ; -
I; HOUSEKEEPING rooms, single or In
i lultea, furnished or unfurnished, in
4 my number, prices moderate; must
, Ik rented. W. B. Wedell, 2468 Wash.
4-30-tf
I L ONE or two furnished rooms for light
2 - housekeeping. Colonial apartraonts,
2 i 362 Twenty-fourth streot; prices rea-
1 f tonable. 9 9-3-tf
f
i SLEEPING rooms, hot and cold wa
i ter, single or in suite. 2526 Adams.
9-11-tf
f SLEEPING rooms, Colonial Apts. 362
2Uh St. 9-3-tf
I FURNISHED Apts.; no children; 1-2
; i Mock east of Washington. 447 21st St.
Ir" FOR RENT
I Unfarnished (Souses, Rooms and
m Apartments.
W., mod., 3 rma., bath andikltchen
Ue; 631 24th. Tel. 1895 10-14-tf
OUR-room, modern brick, on Bench.
INB-room, modern brick near Union
DDot.
TVBLVE-room, modern briok on
Bench; large lot.
t. F. BRATZ, 410 25th. Phone 1960.
10-13-lwk
ONE 5-room modern at 3027 Lincoln.
kQuire 826 25th. Phono 1990-W.
10-13-tf
8 ROOMS, cheap. Phono Owner. 1427.
, 10-12-tf
'ROOM brick house, N. Wash., $8;
j-rm, house, 28th St, ?9; 8-room mod.
tto, 31st St, $16. W. B. Wedell.
10-4-lmo
HOUSES and flats. 2634 Grant
9-18-tf
f O 6-room apartment troa. 2018 and
I -nV Monroe, 515 per month each.
Ull phono 612. 9-9-tf
(1 ft, fR Hent A cozy four-room house
il I ., bench. Inquire Room 403 First Na
!! wnal Bank Bldg. 6-28-tf
IB ARGE store room on Wash- Ave.;
UQ8B in. Phone 2624-W. 9-18-tf
jIHSfRTllENT, Peery AplI Apply
Jlly Estate. Phone 97. 6-4-tf
HSLMB aP-. 2248 Jefferson. Call
lOll1' l0 d 12 a, m. Phono 1743.
JW. 4-28-tf
II Rcad tbe Classified Ads.
jNE or more unfurnlshod rooms. Co
lonial Apts,, 362 24th St - fl-3-tf
4-ROOM modern brick. Inqulrn 2759
AdamB. 10-15lwk
3 ROOMS rear 2165 Adam's;" & per
month. Apply 2155 Adams. -
. 10-1 4-1 wit
FIVE-ROOM modern; 1102 '24th St
Apply 361 23rd St. 10-14-lwk
, 8-ROOM brick boardinc house on
Reeves Av. Rent $i0? Ih'qWro- at
Grelnors, 128 25ih St1, Phone 919.W,
' For Rent Miscellaneous -
DESK room for rent; second floor
Eccle8 building. Box W. B., Standard.
10-13-lwk
TYPEWRITERS .RENTED Remind
ton, Smith Premier, Monarch, '3
months for $5 and up; rental applifld
on purchase. Remington Typewriter
Co., 2464 Grant St, Ogden, Utah.
Phone 506. s,' 5"-26-tf
BUSINESS rr
OPPORTUNITIES
16-ROOM rooming houBe, partly fur
nished, cheap. Low rent, 2214 Wash.
9-24-lmo
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOU3
'20 Per Cent Discount from- regular
prices for -15 days.Palsgrove Furni
turo Store, 2636 Washington. ' 10-15-tf
A GOOD Stewart range at 949 24th St
Phone 1157-W, ly-15-lwk
NEW $660 piano, 2 mos. old. Will soil
at a bargain or trade for .autpraobile.
D. L. Bqtler, 430 ,26th. 10-14-lwk
WHITE leghorn spring cockerels, 76c.
each. E. J. Kauffman, 31st and Taylor
Ave 10-14-lwk
GOOD 40-foot lot on Bench and a.slot
of building material; cheap if taken
at once. 322 30th St. 10-13-lwk
?275 BUYS a 1912 Bulck Touring car;
fine condition, color black. Phone
1570-J. C. H. Wilson, rear 2753 Wash.
Ave. 10-13-lwk
IDAHO winter potatoes. Geo. Buck
way, 3303 Stevens Ave. Tel. 2359-W.
10-1 3-1 m'o
NEW camp wagon and double har
ness, cheap. 636 7th St. Phone 2448-J.
10-12-lwk
FAST pacing horse, buggy and har
ness, -h: V. Txjgnn7-C3UW;2lsr St
10-12-lwk
GOOD Durham cow; also two-year-old
heifer, cheap, 1,047 12th St. 10-9-lwk
GOOD young black team,4 weight, 2625,
well matched, good farm wagon'; har
ness, smglo horses. 375 31st St.
' 10-11-lwk
GOOD Durham cow; also two-year-old
heifer, cheap, 1045 12th St 10-9-lwk
1 DELIVERY horse, wagon and har
ness; good condition, cheap. Call
1164-R, after 6 p. m 10-9-lwk
CORNET. Conn make, silver plated,
lateBt model; 540 cash. Apply II.
Kline, 257 25th St. 10-9-lwk
ELECTRIC Vacuum Cleaner, 240 30th.
10-4-lmo
EVERYTHING in pianos; highest
grades, lowest prices. See our
"Briggs" baby grand. Pantone, 29th
and Hudson. Tel. 1209. 10-4-lmo
WHITE Machine, $7.60, $10. 2218 Liu
coin. 9-21-lmo
BUltDING PAPER.
UAKJJ Hoaraa or old tuati. 17122
Inch size, suitable for lining out
houses, chicken coops or to lay under
carpets on rough floors, for sale at
Tho Standard Office. One Cent Each,
or GO Cents per Hundred.
WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS
RESPONSIBLE party wants to buy
motorcycle on time. Address "Y,"
Standard. 10-14-lwk
LOT Spring Chickens and Wheat.
Phone 1325.
1 WANT a good second-hand bicycle
cheap. Call at Standard office, be
tween 6:30 and 7:30 p. m. and inquire
for E. Barrett
NICE clean white rags at the Stand
ard Office.
WANTED all kinds of goods. Drop
postal, Horace B. Forbes, 282 23d.
9-20-lmo
MONEY TO LOAN
$2000 for three years on Ogdon Real
Estate. J. J. Brummitt, Phor.o 69.'
10-11-tf
SHORT time chattle mortgage loanB.
Kelly &. Herrlck. 10-2-tf
MORTGAGE loans on farm and city
property. O, A. Kennedy, basement
Utah Nat'l Bldg. 9-1-tf
DIAMONDS, watcuoBj 'Jewelry, guna,
etc. Thomas Loan olfioe; Grant & 25th
5-18-U
MONEY to Joan on real cBtato seour'
ity. J. J. Brummitt 4-27-U
WHEN you want ?10 or, more ASK
a. DIX, 218 CoL Hudson Building.
Salaried people can get" Jt without
security. Others on Furniture. Pia
nos, etc. Can be repaid In small
weekly or monthly payments.
PERSONAL V A
BARGAINS In Rebuilt Typewriters
"All Makes." Ogden Typewriter
Houbc 2422 Hudson. 1-27-lyr
Read the Classified Ads. ,
FOR SAIE
REAL ESTATE
City Real Estate For Sale
12-ROOM rooming: house, cheap.
Kn?'?,080' large lot' Sod location,
$1300; 5100 down, S12 per mo.
C. B. J3ISENBERG, PHONE 343-W.
10-15-tf
FARM LANDS.
14S acre Irrigated farm in southern
Idaho. Will trade for small place
near, Ogden. If you are looking for
ajarger place now is your opportu-
",Sa;,Lail1 8ee us lnls week.
J1?GoI?E1N H0MB BUILDERS' CO.,
1J 25th, Ogden, Utah. Phone 917.
9-27-tf
?$, FtARM- " 80 A. fenced; 45 under
'Cultivation; 15 alfalfa; pasture 20 A.
i-rarae house, out buildings, half in
terest in well and wind mill. Average
XJ bushels to acre; 3 miles to railroad.
Must sell account ill health, $2500
cash or will trade for place close In
-3d St- "21-M. 10-3-lwk
BY owner. 6-room brick, modern,
good loyation. Phone 972-M. 10-13-lwk
? ACRES on rich sandy loam soil
land under Davis & Weber Canal.
1 rico only $40 per acre; will trade for
lOgden property or 5-passenger auto
mobile. A real snap at tho above
price If sold half cash will handle.
R. A. NORRIS, PHONE 710.
10-12-tf
3-ROOM house with 50-foot frontage,
only $600. Phone Owner, 1427. 10-12-tf
21 ACRES, houso, barn, chicken coop;
take $600 down until paid. 512 12th St.
10-11-1 wk
4 GREAT Snap in business property
on Washington avenuo; this property
is woll located on Washington avenuo
and is one of the greatest bargains in
the city. J. J. Brummitt, under Utah
National Bank.
BY owner. Beautiful new modern
homo on bench. Partial payment
down, time on balance. Tel. 2454.
10-11-iwk
JAN .elegant six-room brick house, mod
orn" in every respect except heat with
full basement, located on Washington
avenue r 500 doVn, "balance same as
paying rent This is a great snap.
J J. Brummitt, Phone 59.
A SMALL bungalow well located on
ucnuu wun b lots, au rrult and shade
trees, barn, chicken and other out
houses, only J51500. J. J. Brummitt,
under Utahj. National bank.
I r .
94 FEET front by 132 foot deep; well
located on Bench near car line. P-co,
$1000. Can take vacant lot or automo
bile In good condition as part pay.
100 acres near R. R. station, 51500.
Can tn.ke small house and lot In Og
den part pay.
R. P HUNTER,
423 24th St
9-30-lmo
MODERN homo, first class condition,
good barn, etc.,- cheap; easy terms;
2152 Adams. 9-28-lmo
ONE four-room brick raodorn on
Chester St Well worth $2600; will
sell $1800. Many more snaps on easy
installments; also houses for rout
cheap. 3519 Adams. Phone 974-W.
9-27-lmo
FARM FOR RF.NT.
FOR Rent Improved Farm 17 acres
Irrigated beet and tomato land, 30
acres dry farm grain and alfalfa land,
25 acres pasture; close in, rent $600
per year. Phono 540. 10-15-3t
LOST.
LOST Between 25th and 26th on
Lincoln ladies' gold watch, relic. Re
turn -to 2532 Lincoln; reward.
10-15-lwk
NOTICE OF SALE OF
UNCLAIMED AND
REFUSED FREIGHT
Notice iB hereby given that tho un
dersigned will sell at the Oregon
Short Line Railroad company's
Freight Bfinnt. fit mHnn Wnlmr
County, Utah, commencing at 2
o'clock" p. in., on Saturday, October
23, 1916, to the highest bidder for
cash, for tho purposo of realizing suf
ficient to pay freight charges ,-ud
storage, and other oxpensos, as pro
vided for by the laws of tho State
of Utah, relative thereto tho following
described property.
Flvo cases of plcturo frames and
three boxes of picture frames weigh
ing 660 pounds, freight charges $8.26,
storage $39.02, shlpmont originating
with Mrs. J. A. Collins, Butte, Mont,
April 28, 1914, and consigned to J. A.
Collins, Ogdon, Utah.
One box of perfume and one K. D.
show case boxed, woight approximate
ly 310 pounds, freight charges $7.30,
storago accruing at Roy, Utah, $8;
storage accruing at Ogden, $16,32.
Shipment originally made by tho Don
ald Richard Co of Iowa City, la., on
or about December 26, 1913, and con
signed to NephI Hardy, Roy, Utah,
Subsequently ordered forwarded from
Roy, Utah, to Joseph Chez, Ogdon,
Utah. Shipment having romainod un
claimed and refused for a period of
more than ninoty days, sale is or
dered. Oregon Short Line Railroad Company.
Per F. E. Nichols, Agent.
MINISTER RESIGNS.
Lima, Peru. Oct 14. The minister
of- finance, Aurello Lastres, presented
his resignation today. President Par
do docjlnod, howovor, to accopt it
.
Ogden Business
Directory
AOCQBDION PLEATDJQ
Dono in all lengths. 2568 Colo's
Court rear 240 26th St Tel. 1180-M.
ARCHITECTS.
F. S. PEERY over Marshall Drug
Store. 10-2-tf
ASSAY OFFICE
Union Assay Office, Inc., 152-164
South West TomplB, Salt Lako City,
Utah. P. p. Bot 1446.
BUYER OF OLD CLOTHES
Best prices paid for old clothing
and shoes. 135 25th. Phono 107-J.
9-30-lmo
CURTAINS.
CURTAINS done up. Phono 2590-M.
8-23-tf
CITY S C AVENGER.
City Scavenger. McCarty 6z Co., 2723
Grant Bell phono 2018-W.
CARPET CLEANING.
K. Van Kampen Phone 883 for
auto trimming, upholstering, mattress
'making, restrctchlng of bed springs.
CHIROPRACTORS
F. J. Froencr, D. C Graduate Chiro
practor. No drugs, surgery or osteopa
thy; try chiropractic. Rooms 21Z-213-214
Col. Hudson Bldg. Phone 31L
CHILI CON CARNE "
Chili Con Carne, Ohiclten Tamales,
Fresh Clam Ohowdor at tho Bis
marck. Phone 919-W.
OOUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Lawyer O Connolly over tc Jimerclal
National Bank Bldg., 3t.j 24th St
Phone 11.
FLORIST'S.
The Mrs. Van Der Schuic, Van
Hoist Floral Co. Funeral designs
Greenhouses, ,"40 2Sth St Phone 900.
' 7-9-lyr
FURRIER AND TAXIDERMIST.
FURS cioanod and moles taken out.
Remodeled In the latest stylo Furs
skinned and tanned. T. Gajewsky
Reed Bldg., 340 24th St Phouo 433. '
9-30-lmo
FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS
All kinds of brass and Iron castings,
Machine, Boiler and Shoet Iron Work
Phone 647. Western Foundry & Ma
chine Co.
HAIR COMBINGS
Made up. .Mrs. G. Dlxou.see" Wash".
9-13-tf
HOTEL.
Safety, comfort moderate. New
Bnghain hotel, 4th and WelL One
block rom aopoi. uuly tire-proor
hotel in iho city. Reduced rates for
permanent guests. Rates, 75c and up
Theodore Gone, Prop. 5-4-tf
MODERN PLUMBDm '
Welshana Plumbing Heating Co.,
2326 Hudson. First-class work guaran
teed. Phones 869 and 2032.
NEW & SECOND-HAND GOODS
New and becond-lnind luinituro,
clothing ana shoes bouguc. soad or ex
changed; also trunks una suitcases
chtup. A. sinor. Phouw ia2L 17a i-a
Twenty-fifth St b-U-lyr
ANYTHING A to 2, new or second,
bo't, sold or exchanged. Phone 3J3-W.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. A. Jjcruiunu, .fnyuician iuiu Sur
geon. Ofllco hours 11 to 4 p. m. Now
Peery Bld. Hudson Ave. Phone
1900-W. Residence phono 2129-W. C40
Washington Ave.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL.
PARK Private Hospital, 778 21bt. Ma
ternity work a specialty. 9-20-lmo
.KAZUKS SHARPENED.
Safety Razor Blades sharponed,
Modern Electric Co., 2422 Hudson;
work guaranteed. 0.21-lruo
SANITARY WORK.
Your Garbage hauled rogulur. Sani
tary can furnished free. Sanitary Gax
bage Co, Phono 620.
STORAGE BATTERLES.
Recharged, ropalrod, storod; satis
faction guaranteed. Electric Service
Co.. 425 24th St 2-22-tt
LOUDEN DENIES BIGAMY CHARGE
New York, Oct 14. Count Max Ly
nar Louden, said to be a civil engi
neer and iuventor of military appli
ances, who was arrested hero last
night, was hold in $3,500 ball. Tho
count was held on an affidavit charg
ing suspicion of bigamy.
It was said at the detectivo bureau
that while tho nominal charge Is big
amy it really was mado at the request
of tho dopa,rtmout of justice at Wash
ington. Count Loudon deniod the charge
and said tho only wife ho had was
tho woman who was with him last
night when tho arrest was made. He
also denied that ho had marriod Min
nie Wondt of Poughkoepslo, N. Y or
Mrs Roso O'Brien of Albion. N. Y.,
two women mentioned In connection
wllb his arrest $
P FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES
The Woman's Benofit Association of
the Maccabees, Silver Review No. 1
meets every first and third Friday
evenings at 8 o'clock, and every sec
ond and fourth Friday afternoons at
2:30 o'clock in the Woodmen Hall,
Fratornity block, 2320 Washington av
enue. VlBltlng mombors cordially in
vited to attend. Anna Holden, L. C;
L. Jennie Prout, R, K., 2465 Van Bu
ren avenue.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
Ogden Homestead No. 1505 meets on
every Tuesday evening in W. O. W.
ban, Fraternity building, Washington
avenuo. Visiting Archers are cordial
ly Invited to meet with us. E. M.
iteld, foroman. J. A. Junk, corre
spondent, 3202 Washington avenue.
Queen City Robekah Lodge No, 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows
hail. Visiting members Invited. Min
nie Child, N. G.; Annlno Carlson, Re
cordlng Secretary.
The American Masonic Federation
Ogden Lodge No. 81, 2414 1-2 Wash
ington avenue, will meet every Mon
day evening at S p. m. Visiting broth
ors cordially invited to attend. W.
H. Toller, R. W. M., A. E. Lansing,
secretary, 436 Thirtieth streot.
Royal Highlanders Ogden Castle
No. 525 meets In tho new I. O. O F.
hall; Fraternity block, 2320 Washing
ton Ave., every 2nd and 4th Friday
evenings at S o'clock. Visiting High
landers cordially Invited. Alford
BurgI, 111. Pro,; William Mullcr, Sec
Treas. Royal Neighbors of America meets
overy second and fourth Monday
nights of each month at 8 o'clock at
the now Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building. Visiting neighbors Invited.
E1L. Mitchell, O". R., 247 21st street
Lillian Newton, Recorder 27th and
QQulncy.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4, O. E. S., regular meotingb held
at Masonic hall on Washington Ave.,
between 25th and 26th Sts., tho first
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially Jnvlted to
attend. Nevada Cook, W. M.; Callle
E. Cave, Secujtary.
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of Py
thias, meets every Monday evening lat
8 o'clock in Castle Hall of the Pythian
building, 2351 Grant avenuo. Visiting
Knights welcomo. J. M. Bishop. C. C;
W. L. Underwood, K. R. S. . Edgar A.
Ford, M. F 2340 Grant Ave.
Ogdon Lodgo No. 5, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets in I. O.
O. F. hall every Tuosday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
prosent. Ben Moloff, N. G.; Henry
Kissel, Secretary.
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood
men of America, meets every Wednes
day night In the I. O. O. F hall, Fra
ternity block. Out of town raembors
cordially Invited to meet with us. H.
J Copock, Consul; J. R. HInchcllffi
Clerk.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden
Aerie No. 118, F, O. E, meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
biothor Eagles aro Invited to attend
the Aerio meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Goo. F Roach, W. Presi
dent; E. R Geiger, Secretary; Drs. H.
B Forbes and Paul Ingobretsen, Aerie
Physicians.
Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle
No. 581, meets every Wednesday night
at 7:30 o'clock, now Woodman Hall,
Fratornity Bldg., Washington Ave.,
visiting Neighbors invited. Dues will
bo collected on the 5th of each month
at Misch Drug Storo. Addle A Fol
lows, G. N, 120 Poplar avenue, phone '
12S5-R. Marie Critcs, Clerk, 2731
Monroe Ave, phono 1913-R.
. i
Order of Owls, Ogden NqbI, No.
121S, Ordor of Owls, meets overy Frl-
day evening in their own hall (the old
Elk club rooms) at S o'clock Visit- '
lng Brother Owls are Invited to attend i
tho Nest meetings. W. D Watson, 1
President; C. A. Knowlden, Secretary. I
WANTED!- I I
' Good, Fresh, New-laid Eggs I 11
40 PA ' I
Per Case CASH I !l
p , I ill
Ian use any amount I
OGDEN EGG CO.- ' Phone 501 I 1
B m i a a i b
Woodmen of tho World. Webor
Camp No. 74, meots in the W. O. W.
hall, Fraternity hlock, 2320 Washing
ton avenuo, every Thursday evening
.at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor
dially invited to attend. J. L. Kelll
her, C. C: W. M, Piggott, Clerk, P,
O. Box 438.
PROBATE AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
Consult County Clerk or the Respoo
tlv aianers for Furthor
Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Utah
In and for tho County of Webor.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Noah Wardle, Deceased.
Creditors -will present claims with
vouchors to the undersigned, at tho
office of Joseph E. Evans, Sulto 518,
David Eccles Building, In Ogden,
Utah, on or before February 13, 1916.
JAMES L. ROBSON,
Administrator.
Dated, Ogden, Utah, October 8, 1915.
JOSEPH E. EVANS,
Attorney 'for Administrator.
First publication, Oct. 8, 1915.
Last publication, Nov 6, 1915.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the District Court of Weber Coun
ty, State of Utah.
Evona Investment Company, Plain
tiff, vs. N. C Olson and Maria Olsen.
et al., Defendants. ss.
To be sold at Sheriff's sale on the
25th day of October, 1915, at 12
o'clock noon, at the South Front Door
of tho Weber County Court House, In
Ogden City, said County of Weber
State of Utah, the following described
property.
A part of the Southeast quarter of
Section 17 Township C North, Rango
1 West, Salt Lake Meridian, Weber
County, Utah, thnt is to say Begin
ning at a point 1452 feet West and
590.5 feet North of the Southeast cor
ner of said Quarter section, thence
North 154 6 feet to the Northeast cor
ner of the land conveyed to said N
C Olsen by deed recorded In Book
73, at Page 028 of tho Records of
the County Recorder's Office, Weber
County, Utah; thence West 44 33 feet,
thence South 154.6 feet, more or less,
to a point West of the beginning, and
thence East 44.33 foot to the place of
beginning.
Also, a part of the Southeast Quar
ter of Section 17, Township 6 North,
Range 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian,
Weber County, Utah, that Is to say
Beginning at a point 2860 feet West,
and 590.5 feet North from tho South
east corner of said Quarter Section,
thence South 181.3 feet, more or loss,
to the South line of the land convoyed
to tho above named N. C. Olson by
deed recorded in Book 73, Page' 628,
records of Weber County, Utah, thence
West 42 feet, thence North 1S1.3 feet,
more or less, to a point West of the
beginning, thence East 42 feet to be
jlnnlng. Excepting from tho above
described tract of land all that por- I 111
tlon thereof occupied by Eighth street 1 III
Dated at Ogden City, Weber County, M
Utah, this 1st day of October, 1915. Ml
T. A DEVINE, MB
Sheriff of Weber County, Utah, Mj
By C. ALLISON, M
Deputy Sheriff. M
First publication Oct. 1, 1915. Ci; I
Last publication Oct. 22, 1915. ' K!JtHi
ALIAS SUMMONS. jlfj
In the District Court of Weber 41
Cpunty, State of Utah. M
Emeline Lindsay, Plaintiff va. David 'Mj
A. Lindsay, Defendant. i'ljM
The State of Utah to the said Do- 'ffl
fendant: $W
You are hereby summoned to ap- m
pear within twenty days after sen'- ,fj!j
ice of this Summons upon you, it 'an
served within the County in which 'fftfj
this action is brought; otherwise, mJM
within thirty days after service, and !fi
defend the above entitled action; and ijiQi
iu case of your failure so to do, judg- 5iVj
ment will be rendered against you ac- S
cording to tho demand of the com- m
plaint, which has been filed with the Wm
Clerk of said Court 'EM
This action is brought to recover a w M
judgment dissolving the marriage jliw
contract now existing between you IW
and the plaintiff. j :ul
GEORGE HALVERSON, j(
Plaintiff's Attorney. I Jlfj
P. O. Address. No. 615, David Ec 3jf
cles Building, Ogden City, Utah. sj
First publication, September 24, 1915. $M
Last publication, October 29, 1916. jjijg
WOOLGROWERS WILL lffi
MEET IN JANUARY jl'fi
Salt Lako. Oct. 15. The fifty-third M
annual convention of the National ii,
Woolgrowors' association will be held hw
in Salt Lake January 13, 14 and 15. jg:
The call for the meeting has been is- , ijjy '
sued by President F. J. Hageubarth i'M
through the- columns of the National jfiS
Woolgrower, the official organ of the j M.
association. Invitation Is extended i
by President Hagenbarth to all inter- H
ested in the sheep industry to attend S
the convention He announces that ,,'
discussions will be held at the con- $,'
ventlon on the following subjects: m'
Sheep breeding and woolgrowlng; Jk
shoep feeding; preparation and mar- .
keting of wool; the remaining public ' Wi
lands; grazing in national forests; de- wj
struction of carnivorous wild animals; , f
railroad rates and service; livestock ' i
finance; neoded legislation, both na- VI
tional and state, as well as othei jlJ
subjects of interest to sheepmen. j
UU I. Tl
HAGE UNDER MARTIAL LAW. !j
The Hague. Oct 14 Tho procla, m
matlon announcing that The Hague . JHfij
was placed under a minor state ot ( ju
martial law, was placarded this ' 3jj
morning. Tho measure effects move- J&w
ments of workmen employed in the WM
trades whmh provide military sup- m l
piles Those workmen hereafter will . ins j
be compelled to obtain military per- ijjjj
mits If they desire to go to other dia- TO
trlcts. I
Foreigners are not affected by the jrajj j
decree, i 1 m
iff
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GREAT RACE IS ON CONSTANTINOPLE IS THE GOAL I I
i fji
till
; 1 Salonica, through which French troops are moving to aid of Serbs. 2 and 3 Where Bulgars are be- ilHii
siioved to have inn'de attack. 4 Bulgarian pprt of Varna bombarded by Russian fleet 5 and 6 Concentration 'Uf S
4 points for Auntro-German armie3. 7 Brindisi, where strong Italian force is watching and waiting. 8 Lcmnos, iljf
Rallied base. 9 Rhodes occupied by Italians, which iaayp servo sa another, bas ' III
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