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Hi THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 19I61
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H Big Result Getters-Little Standard Want Ack I
'-.EXPERIENCED girl for ticket office;
Utah theatre. 7-lS-2t
CHAMBERMAID at Reed Hotel. '
WANTED at once, two experienced
female solicitors, must be competent
and give references. Apply in own
handwriting, stating age. and expert;
ence to Box 126, Ogden Standard.
CHAMBERMAID Hudson Hotel.
CAPABLE woman to represent THE
SPIRELLA CORSET CO. in Ogden,
V?'' 'Brlgham, Wlllard. Splendid opportu
nity for energetic workers. Business
j established; good commission; ja-
structlojis and training in profession--
i al corsetry free. See Miss Nora
Chaney, state organizer, Thursday
from 10 to 2:30 at The Marion Hotel,
Room No. 244. 7-12-lt
CHAMBERMAIDS. Apply to the
i housekeeper at Healy, in person.
k Male Help
i ROUGH carpenters, $4 day; long job,
i railroad carpenters, $3 and $3.25,
, helpers, $2.25. Burt Linn Emp. Agt.,
;! 225-25th St. Phone 581.
l AT AM tvnntprl nt nnc.fl who Itna snHoii- .
II ed special advertising features; good
I' proposition. Inquire A. L. Glasmann,
Ogden Standard. 7-13-ltf
I' PICTURE solicitor at Ogden canyon.
I Ogden Art Studio, 2479 Grant Ave.
i , MEN who have experience on hang-
ing flags; special decorations on
store fronts. Box G, care Standard.
vp. BOY to learn office work; chance for
p- J promotion, give ase, address, phone,
f. .4. etc. Box C74, Ogden, Utah. 7-6-lwk
' $' 4 BOYS Vanted Energetic, not afraid
J(of work. Bowling Alloy, Basement
J1 ,-2473 Wash. 6-28-tf
) tUc" ' WANTED I
J Diair ' Real Estate
: iALL modern home from owner.
1 ' a' . h Bench. Box B. S. Standard.
1 j rit, A GOOD, elderly man and with a
; ' g, good home and all alone, is willing
I n( it and very anxious to share it with
some good woman that will be his
j i J wife, that has no home. Address Box
: E. T. T., Standard. 7-13-lt
;sii : .
i RELIABLE woman to do day work.
Good irouer. Phone 248S-M. 7-19-1 wk
LADY wants work. Phone 12G9.
'"PRICES reasonable. Mrs.. M. J. Cal
houn, 269-Pgli St. 7-11-lmo
" DRESSMAKING. "
DRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring-.
Mrs. Ryan, phono 1932-M. 43-10-lyr
DRESSMAKING 2726 Madison. Phono
WILL call for material and fitting;
dresses, 2 to 7,. Mrs. Chas. Slater,
1406 Jeff. Phone 2111-J. 6-211mo
yOUNG Japanese boy wants an Eng
lish teacher evenings for 2 or 3 hrs.
,' week. P. 0. Box 418. 7-19-2t
I rANTED at once baby buggy; must
, be cheap. Care' Standard Box 30.
' ' CAST iron,' copper, braa3, illuminum.
Western Foundry & Machine Co. 2-8-tf
' ' BUSINESS
t:Mp PARTNER WANTED.
jW . DN account of sickness my partner
'j tvishes to retire from business. I
i W 1' ivaut a five, energetic man or woman
I Hi K o buy tho interest in the business.
:-M j Permanent and very profitable; now
'i Hi I employing twelve people. If you are
i'Br ' the jrljght party and if 1 think you aro
ftH, aot application will not be consld
; ?red This is an opportunity that
8m mm IdiU presents itself once in a life
ft, time. Only $500 required. Address
W If ' WANTED
rVB1; WO or three rooms; pantry, cloa
Vrfc'tTk water and light; house by itself,
f Hf'f px N care Ctundard. 7-lS-lwk
Board and Room
EXCELLENT rooms and hoard. 2639
4-ROOM Apt.; sleeping porch; gas
range. 725-22d St. Phone 102.
2 MODERN furnished housekeeping
rooms with hath. 336-21st St
G-ROOM modern furnished house. In
quire 842-23d St. 7-17-lwk
ONE Avon Apt furnished. Call 2412.
FURN. housekeeping room; strictly
I modern. 569-27th St. 7-15-lwk
THREE nicely furnished modern
rooms for housekeeping. 2442 Mon
roe Ave. 7-15-lwk
FURN. h'k'g rms., gas; cheap, 536-31.
MODERN housekeeping. 2671 Wnll
THREE modern housekeeping rooms.
2630 Adam's. 7-14-lwk
FURN. rooms for housekeeping. 427
24th St. 7-14-lmo
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms,
2846 Hudson. 7-14-tf
3 ROOMS mod. Apt. Tel. 443-W.
FURN. housekeeping Apts. Gas, bath,
MOD. furnished rms., beautiful lawns,
shad,e trees, desirable for summer;
1257-24th. Tel. 1594. 7-12-tf
COOL rooms, south porch, 2532 Lin
coln Ave. 7-8-lmo
3 HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2334
Wall Ave. Phone 1285-M. 7-6-tf
ONE Rich flat, 2407 Jeff.,$30. Phone
ONE or two furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Colonial apartments,
362 Twenty-fourth Btreet; prices rea
SLEEPING roomB, Colonial Apts. 362
24th Street 9-3-tf
MODERN housekeeping rooms. 437
FOR the summer, beautifully fur
nished Apt; large porches. 560-23d.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2220 Lincoln. : 7-6-tf
BATCHELOR- Apt. 2526 Adams.
FOX Apts.; just renovated; cool, well
furnished; laundry in basement 447
21st St 6-6-tf
PEARL APTS 2 and 3 room, hot
water, just renovated, 2711 Grant.
FURN. and unfur. rms. for house
keeping. Prices moderate. W. B. We
dell 2468 Wash 3-4-tf
HOUSES and flats. 2634 Grant
-ROOM modern; gas, collar. 2079
3- ROOM Apt 2209 Wash. Phone
4- ROOM house, patch sweet corn, $S
per mo. Inquire 859-20th St. 7-15-lv,'k
5- ROOM modern house. 3524 Jeff,
Ave., 15 per mo. Phone 612. 7-15-tf
MODERN 5-room house, 3861 Adams
Ave., $10 per mo. Phone 612. 7-15-tf
5-ROOM modern house on bench;
gas range, garage. Phone 2143-J.
4- ROOM modern apartments Monroe
and 26th St; cheap. Phone 957-W.
5- ROOM modern house. Inquire.
Phone 200S-(M. 7-17-lwk
4-ROOM modern Apt. "Herrlck Ave.
Phone 443-W. 7-13-lwk
2-ROOM mod. Apt. Tel. 443AV
3 MODERN office suites for rent In
quire Reese Howell & Sous. 6-24-tf
6- ROOM cottage with garagb. Mrs.
Downs, 2747 Washington Ave. Phono
ROOMING house over Ogden Theatre.
uiuuui jczwuu Appiy jreery Jiisu
TEN-room modern houso on paved
street No. 2731 Madison avenue,
$35 per month. Phone 967. 5-27-tf
MODERN steam heated 6-room apart
ment. 560-23d St 4-11-tf
.ONE or more unfurnished rooms. Co
lonial Apta., 362 ?4th St 9-3-tf
Above allin KirjirResulb
number of Results ti?an anys
iru one toorraw-''
I REAL ESTATE
NEARLY now 6room brick Bleeping
porch and garage; east front. Prico
right. Fred B. "Watko, 2669 Quincy.
Phone 2044. 7-19-2wks
A NICE, sightly lot on Bench, well
located; only $25, $5 down, 5 per
month. J. J. Brummitt, under Utah
National Bank. 7-19-tf
NEW 6-room modern pressed brick
bungalow; close In on Bench. Its
worth $3200. Will sell for $2650 on
easy terms. E. W. Cannady, 2427
I STILD havo some lots In King's
addition, near the new cereal factory,
at $12 per front foot; very desirable;
any kind of terms. J. J. Brummitt
50x138 CORNER lot ft block from
good school on Bench, 349'-2Cth St.
CHEAP for cash, 5-room modern
brick, 294-21st St 3203 Adams, Tel.
tOTSI LOTS! ! LOTS! II
IN beautiful Lakevlew addition, at re
duced prices for 30 days only; very
easy terms, low rate of interest or
will build your home to suit on month
ly payments. Bothwell & Swaner Co.,
under First Nat'l bank. Phone- 301-W.
A GREAT snap in rooming house on
25th Street. Very cheap. J. J. Brum
IN city many lots,, one 50 ft. lot cor.
Washington and 35th Sts. All taxes
are paid; only $500.
ONE five-room house, modern, No.
1 3112 Adams, only $2200; easy instal
, ment plan; 21 acres, plenty water,
near Lagoon, $100 an acre. See II.
Van Braak, for anything you want,
3519 Adams. Tel. 974-W. 7-3-lmo
5-ROOM modern, close in on Bench;
lk block to car line. Specials In and
paid for. Will sell on almost any
8-ROOM modern brick; south front
on bench and car line; close In; house
floor covered with best carpets, lino
leum on kitchen and both rooms;
kitchen range and all window shades;
garage, fino lawn. Walks, sewer, curb
and gutter in and paid for. Lot 69x
140 to alley; one of tho finest homes
in the city at less than cost of build
ings; will consider rado for smaller
place; snap price, $4700.00.
AN elegant lot near cereal factory
for only $12 per front foot. Any of
terms. J. J. Brummitt Phone 59.
BEAUTIFUL homes. Built to suit
you; easy terms. Call at 215 Eccles
Bldg. or Phono 1427. R. C. McBride.
MONEY TO LOAN
2500 TO loan on city or farm; no
commission or delay, 8 per cent. iVr
sonal inspection of property. pix
123, Ogden Standard. 7-14-lwk
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummitt. 6-2l-tf
REAL ESTATE, Mortgage and Loans.
Kelly & Herrlck. 6-15-tf
ON R. E. only. Blchsel, 2.15 Eccles
SHORT time chattlo mortgago joans.
Kelly & Herrlck. 10-2-tf
MORTGAGE loans on farm and city
property. O. A. Kennedy, basement
Utah National Bank Building. 9-7,tf
MONEY advanced salaried people, or
on furniture and pianos; easy pay
ments. Dix, 218 Hudson Bldg. 5-16-tf
FOR SALE I
A GOOD lot on tho Bench for good
automobile. J. J. Brummitt, under
Utah National Bank. 7-19-tf
SALE or trade part or all of 160
acres on famouB Parma Bench, in
Boise Valley, dark sandy loam, 3
miles from railroad center; partly
Improved under Reclamation project,
can be dry farmed; trade for acre
age or Ogden residence, 35 dollars
an acre. Inquire 137-28th St. 7-19-2t
21 ACRES, house, stable, coop, fam
ily, orchard 5 miles from town. Call
CYCLE car or will trade for motorcy
cle. Phono 337. 7-13-lwk
APT. nouso with lease, close in, good
uiuuoy matter, nuuma mil. uaii at
2715 Grant Avo. 5 C tf
GOLD open face Elgin watch with
fob; Initials D. W. C. on baok. Re
turn to Standard. Reward. 7-19-lwk
BY a widow woman, two $10 billa
In canVaB bag; between Lincoln and
Washington on 25th St Reward. Re
turn Standard. 7-19-2t
LOST Pair nose glasses; blaok
leather case. O. K. Morton. Healy
Somo men are anxious to earn
money and others are anxIouB mere
ly to get.it
Read the Classified Ads.
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KEEP COOL THE MT
ESSENTIAL TO HEALTH
Problem How to Keep Away From Heat Cold Eats Suggest
ed Cooking and Baking Should Be Avoided.
Self preservation is one of the first
laws of nature' and it Is also a law of
modern economics. In the das of
distress, such as the hot summer time,
individuals are seeking the shady
places, where the heat of Old Sol Is
at least partially overcome and a de
gree of pleasure experienced. The
heat of the summer has just begun
and beforo the days of August shall
have passed away the sweltering high
temperature, will be felt with great
force. The slogan, with many will be
"Go to the mountains," where tho
higher altitudes prevalL and Invigo
rating bree7.es blow. Only a few of
the population, however, will have the
privilege of the diversion and they
must put up with tho excessive
warmth of the valley, seeking relief
in shaded homes and under electric
fans which substitute the mountain
What of the tilings you are going to
eat on these hot days? Attention to
the foodstuffs must be given if life
la made pleasant, even in a limited de
gree. Artificial means of cooling and
preserving must be used, so that there
may be no had tasting meats, vege
tables and fruits. The preservation
of tho things we eat is just as essen
tial as Is the protection given to tho
body and soul. Tainted foodstuffs are
WORK horse; weight 1200 pounds;
3218 Adams. 7-19-lwk
ICE box, washing machine, lawn
mower; 1 lot J 2-qt. Mason fruit Jars.
Phone 17C2-R. 7-18-3 1
SEWING machine, rocker, . oven
chickens, refrigerator. 2630 Adams
Ave. Phone 1472-W. 7-18-lwk
WPIEEL. Bargain. Phone 85G-R.
WE meet and beat any competition
in pianos and players; besides saving
you interest. Pantono, 29th and Hud
GOOD range with water jacket and
pipes; cheap. 2032 Ballantyno Ave.
FISHERMAN wanting live minnows
call 2193-W. 7-14-lwk
WHEAT for sale, $1 bu. H. Keller,
R. P. D. No. 2, Harrlsville. 7-13-lmo
PIANO. Rear 321-20th St 7-11-lmo
6 LARGE eackB of kindling- wood h
Oak wood for fire places. J. IL
Wheelwright, 234S Hudson. Phone
WELL bred driving mare. Tel. U79-R.
ALMOST new Spalding buggy with
pole; also rubber tired buggy. 285
24th St 6-6-tf
Bargains in Used Cars
191G FORD Touring: Run less than
2000 miles; good as new; 400 includ
ing extras. F. S. West, Ogden Motor
Car Co., phone 460. 7-lS-tf
APPERSON 1916 5-passengeri will
sell or trade for roadster. Inquire
Apperson Motor Car Co. 7-13-lwk
4-CYLINDER Model 10 Buick, first
class condition, can be used as 4
passenger touring or light truck. Bar
gain, ?150. Phone 1300-J. 7-13-lwk
STUDEBAKER 7-passenger, 1915
model; fine condition, $700; Cadillac,
7-passenger, 1912, good condition,
$500. E. M. F. 5-passenger, $250. King
8 Auto Co., 25th garago, phone 55.
OVERLAND roadster, flrst-clasB con
dition. Apperson Motor Car Co.
OVERLAND delivery; first class
Bhape. Stoddard-Dayton Truck, cheap.
Wotherspoon & Jost Auto Co. 6-l-3mo
2 FORDS, 5-pas.; good condition,
1914 model, $250 each.
1912 E. M. F. Demountable rims,
1913 Svludebaker, No. 35, 7 pas. elec
tric lights and starter; 5 now tlreB,
MACK-ROBINSON AUTO CO.
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Weber,
Ogden City, ss.
1 have in my possession the fol
lowing described estray animals,
which if not claimed and taken away,
will bo sold to tho highest cash bid
der, at 1848 Washington Ave., In Og
den City, Utah, on Thursday the 27th
fdny of July, 1916 at the hour of 1:30
One light gray horse, shoes on hind
feet; scar on left hind leg; no brands
visible; weight aboue 1000 pounds;
about 12 years old.
One dark brown horse; O or blot
ted brand on right shoulder; weight
about 1000 pounds; about 12 years
Said estrays were taken up by me
In said City on the 13th day of July,
F. A. NAISBITT,
Poundkeeper of Ogden City, Utah.
Two Modern Apartments, closo
In, with home comforts, to respons
One 3-room, one 4-room; bath
and sleeping porches, cement base
ment; lawn and shade trees with
garage. 2923 Washington Ave.
Phono 442-w. 6-31 tf
menacing to public health and happi
ness and must be avoided.
The best plan to adopt in a home
is to have a good refrigerator and
keep it well filled with ice. Milk and
butter, and meats can hardly he
kept in good condition without this
artificial means of keeping them cool,
and, it is said by the economical
housewife, the purchasing of a supply
of ice for the house is a money saver.
Fifteen cents' worth of Ice each day
will save two or three times the
amount on the grocery and meat
The market In Ogden this week Is
only moderately supplied with fresh
fruits, but tho quality if fairly good.
The prices still remain hgh and
there seems to bo no likelihood that
they will be greatly lessened during
the season. Prices on staple articles
: are aoout tne same as they have been
the past few weeks. Sugar and flour
still hold high places on the price list
and potatoes are not Inclined to take
much of a tumble.
Most people In the city are avoid
ing hot fires in cook stoves, content
ing themselves with "cold eats" dur
ing the day. "Workingmen, of course,
must have their regular meals, which
necessitates cooking and baking to
the extent that the average home Is
almost like an oven all day and Is un
comfortably warm during the night,
that sleepless nights are spent by all
members of the household. However,
heated stoves can be avoided in many
ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS.
Ice Cream No Cooking 'Three
eggs, l can condensed milk, scant cup
sugar, l teaspoon flour, l quart milk,
teaspoons vanilla. Mix flour, su
gar; boat eggs, condensed milk and
sugar full fifteen minutes; add milk
and vanilla. Freeze. Make 2 quarts.
Mrs. Philo French, Oak Grove.
Banana Ice Cream Mash into a
pulp S bananas, beat them well with
1 quart sAveet milk. Freeze the same
as ordinary cream. Mrs. J. Gasz,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Whipped Cream Frozen Set cream
on ice until very cold, flavor and
sweeten 1-3 more sugar than usual.
Whip to a foam and freeze. Mrs. J.
Gasz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Apricot Ice Rub 1 can apricots
through a sieve, add 1 pint sugar, 1
quart water and the juice of 3 or
anges and 1 lemon. Boll the sugar
and water together for five minutes,
let .cool and then add apricots and
juice of fruits. Freeze. Serve with
or without whipped cream. Mrs.
waiter iiiu, westtield.
temon Milk Sherbet Juice of 3
lemons, 3-4 pintr granulated sugar, 1
teaspoon lemon extract, l quart milk.
Mix all ingredients, adding milk last.
Freeze. If the mixture separates
badly do not be alarmed, as It always
freezes smooth. Mrs. E. Reeve, West
field, N. J.
Ice Cream One and one-half quarts
pure thick cream, l. quarts milk, 21.
cups sugar, 3 teaspoons flnvorlng.
Whip well. Freeze half of it Add
whites of 7 eggs beaten stiff. Turn
in the other half of cream mixtures
and freeze until hnrd. A cup and
one-half chopped nuts added it delict
ous. Airs. A. McConnell, Wvomlng,
Chocolate Ice Cream One quart
cream, 1 quart milk, 2 cups sugar, 3
w . -J U UlUiUSJIUUllD
chocolate, 2 tablespoons vanilla. Scald
the milk, sugar and eggs together
until it thickens; strain and set aside
until cold. Whip the cream and beat
into the custard thoroughly; add
vanilla; freeze. Equal -parts of va
nilla and lemon extract mako an ex
cellent flavoring. Mrs. J. Carswell
Argyle, N. Y.
Coffee Ice Cream One quart milk,
1 quart cream, 2 cups sugar, 1 cup
ground coffee, 1 tablespoon flour. Tie
coffee loosely in bag of cheese cloth,
and put in the milk to boil till the
milk Is flavored an desired; add sugar
and flour. Let boll for a minute or
two; add cream, but do not let mix
ture boll, after cream is added. Strain
through wire strainer to remove
nmPS;T ICreeze- S. E. Taylor, Spring-
Caramel Ice Cream Heat 1 quart
milk in oatmoal bollor; brown l cup
white sugar in pan till very brown,
being careful not to burn It. When
done add a little boiling, water to
liquify it, and then turn It to the hot
J Setller 3 eggs, 1 cup su-
'lhlespoons flour; add to
the hot milk and cook till It is thick
as cream, add l quart Bweet cream
and Freeze. This makes 3 quarts.
Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Reudlnglon,
I Sun Sherbet Juice of 4 lomons, 2
cups sugar whites of 4 eggs. Stir
sugar and lemon juice together, add
hard, just before pouring into the
freezer.-Mrs. John Dillon, Elizabeth!
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Hooper, Kaneaville and Taylor, We
ber County, Utah.
Notice is hereby given, in pursuanco
of resolutions adopted by the Board
of County Commissioners of Weber
County, Utah, on June 26, 101G, that
special elections are hereby called in
Hooper, Kanesvllle, and Taylor Road
Districts of Weber County, Utah, on
Thursday, July 20, 1916, at the Hoop
er, School House, Kanesvllle School
House and Taylor School House, re
spectively, in said districts between
the hours of 7 o'clock a. m. and 7
o'clock p. m. on said day, for the pur
pose of submitting to the qualified
electors within said districts a propo
sition to authorize the Board of Coun
ty, Commissioners of Weber County
Utah, to levy for the fiscal year 1916,
a district road tax of two (2) mills on
all the taxable property within each
of said districts, to he used exclusive
ly for the construction and repair of
roads and highways situated In the re
spective districts named herein.
Only registered voters residing with
in said districts who shall have paid
a property tax therein in the year
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fif
teen (1915) shall be entitled to vote
at such election.
The following named person's have
been duly appointed by the said
Board of County Commissioners as
judges of election to conduct such
special elections in the respective dis
Hooper: T. M. Jones, Gilbert Park
er and Robert Hull.
Kanesvllle: Henry P. Green, Thom
as Peek and T. R. Jones.
Taylon E. C. Clark, James F. Hun
ter and Hober Hawkes.
By order of tho Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County,
WM. C. HUNTER,
Chairman, Board of County Commis
sioners, Weber County. Utah.
County Cleric, Weber County, Utah.
Dated June 26, 1916.
First publication, June 27, 1916. '
Last publication, July 19, 1916. j
United Spanish War Veterans,
Harry A. Young, Camp No. 2, meets
every first and third Thursday each
month at the U. S. Navy Recruiting
Office, 2408 Washington Ave. R. A.
Norris, commander. R. II. Weatherby,
Ogden Lodge No. 1314 Loyal Order
of Moose meets every Friday night,
8 o'clock, Knights of Pythias hall,
2351 Grant avenue. A. T. Hestmark,
Dictator; J. II. Knauss, secretary, 201
Colouel Hudson Bldg.
Knights of Maccabees, Silver Tent
No. 1, meets every second and fourth
Friday, in W. O. W. hall, Fraternity
block, 2320 Wash. Ave. Visiting
Knights cordially invited .to attend.
Harry L. Poterson,- Commander. J. D.
Harris, Record Keeper. 2475 Hudscn.
The Woman's Benefit Association of
tho Maccabees, Silver Review No. 1,
meets every first and third Friday
evenings at 8 o'clock, and every sec
ond and fourth Friday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock in tho Woodmen Hall,
Fraternity block, 2320 Washington av
enue. Visiting members cordially in
vited to attend. Anna Holden, L. C;
L. Jennie Prout, R, K., 2455 Van
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
Ogden Homestead No. 1505 meets on
every Tuesday evening in W. O. W.
hall, Fraternity building, Washington
avenue. Visiting Archers aro cordial
ly Invited to meet with us. E. M, J
Reid, foreman; J. A. Junk, corre
spondent, 3203 Wushingion avenuoj
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows
hall. Visiting mombers invited. Hazol
Wolhampter, N. G., Lulu Cloudman,
Recording Secretnry, 2516 Van Buren.
American Masonic Federation (uni
versal Scottish Rite). Meets every
Monday, S p. m. at 2414 Washing
ton Ave. Visiting brothers always
welcome. W. II. Toller, R. W. M.,
2834 Adams Ave., G. A. Muller, Sec
retary, 2036 Wash. Ave.
The Order of Railway Employes,
Ogden Division No. 41, meets every
firet and third Friday's of each month
at the EagleB hall, at 8:15 p. m. .Vis
iting brothers cordially invited.
Adrian Schlpper, secretary.
The Royal Highlanders, Ogden Cas
tlo 525, meets in tho Eagles hall on
Hudson avenue, every 2nd and 4th
Tuesday oveningB at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing Highlanders cordially invited.
Robert C. Williams, 111 Pro., P. F.
Plnnz, 2535 Lincoln, secretary-treasurer.
Royal Neighbors of Amorlca meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each month at 8 o'clock lit
tho now Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building. Vinitlng neighbors invited,
ftkiry Crawford, Oracle, 2676 Lafay
ette. Nettle Turner, Recorder, 2643
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
' ES- regular meetings held 1
at Masonic hall on Washington Ave . mmM
between 25th and 26th Sta.f the first
and third Fridays of each month. s2 mM
journmg membors cordially Invited to
attend Iola Blackmam W M.; Linda
L. Irwin, Secretary. H
Fraternal Order of Eaglcu, Ogden
Aerlo no. ng, F. 0. E., meets ever?
HnSnndxy ovcn,ng at EaslcB' W mmW
ill I nf enue, at 8 o'clock. VIbu! mm
J,bother Ea&les aro tovited to at- mmW
1 t0hfGerIe meetings. Club rooms
W VrU1 a m' T' S- Shaughncssy,
Dr's 3 Si2en: ? R' GoIger' Secretarf.
i-rs. h. B. Forbes and Paul Incenret. 1
en, Aerie Physicians. inSeDr
Woodmen of tho World Weber
S?Prif- 74 meeta In the W O W
Jail, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing mM
ton avenue every Thursday evening
dhllv fm, Yiilne Woodmen co
C P w l attenl- LoRoy Farley, mM
Box'm' M Plesott' Clerk' O.
de? odfn?No- 5 dependent Cr-
F hnii Fe"ows, meets in I. o. O. mW
NoWfi0s?nmOt(W00dcratt' Sden Circle
1' meets every Wednesday night
at 7 .30 o clock, new Woodman Hall. mmW
Visiting Neighbors invited. iSues will
be collected on the 5th of each month mM
?Ll f.chMDr?F Stor(V Nina l- Wat- mm
Crites, Clerk, 2731 Monroe Avo., mM
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of Py-
t u i as meets every Monday evening at imM
f o clock in Castle Hall of the Pyth- mM
an building, 2351 Grant avenue, vis- MM
iting Knights welcome, D. J. Thur- IH
man, Jr., C. C; George B. Hart. m mWmM
ton M F E' Palmer' 2262 WQSMng-
Utah Camp No., 9990 Modern Wood-
men of America, meets every Wednes- mmW
day night in the I. O. O. F. hari Fra-
ternity block. Out, of town members mM
cordially invited to meet with us mm
Fred E. Williams, Consul; J. R. Hinch mM
Order of Owls, Ogden Nest, No.
121, Order of Owls, meets every Frl
day evening In their own hall (the old
Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing Brother Owls are invited to attend iH
tho Nest meetings. W. D. Watson, HH
President; a A. Knowlden, Secretary.
Ogden Business H
DONE in all lengths, 2568 Cole's
Court, rear 240 2Gth St. Tel. 1180-M.
N. J. FEIBUSH, Lewis BIk. Phone
771-W. 3-27-tf '
CABINET MAKER 1 H
E. KOHLBR, carpenter and cabinet
maker. Mill, Wash. 'and 20th. Phone
428-W. 4-26-tf '
CITY SCAVENGER .H
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
2733 GranL Bell nhnno mifi.W
CARPET CEANING ' -H
K. VAN KAMPEN, phono 883, for
upholstering; carpets cleaned, altered
and laid, Re-making of mattresses. '
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, over Com
mercial National Bank Bldg., 369 24th
Streot. Phono 11. tf I
New and Second-Hand Goods '
ANYTHING A to Z, new or second,
bought, sold or exchanged. Phono
NEW and 2d-hand furn.. clothing. mM
bought and sold; trunks, suitcases mm
cheap; highest price for 2nd-hand
furn. Phone 1321; 179 & 25th. 2-29-2yr.
LIVERY & FEED STABLE H
RED front. 2547 Grant. Phone 611. IH
5-26-lyr. , .H
Loose Leaf Sheets and Covers
BOOKKBINDING, ruling and mfg.
stationery. J. Wilson, 2465 Wash.
Phono S50. 5-26-lyr.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON H
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Ollico hours 11 to 4" p. m. mM
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone IH
Washington Ave. M
FOR good printing call Dee Noute
boom, Phono 1166. 6-28-lyr.
E. F. THOMAS, Printer, 2476 Wash.
Phono 147-J. Let me estimate. 5-26-lyr. IH
SANITARY WORK I
SANITARY Garbage Co. All kinds
of rubbish hauled and ash pita clean
ed. Prlcos reasonable. Phone 620. '
STURTEVANT & SANTO Electric
$10 and up. Rent, 90c. per day, de
llvered. Phono SS. 425 24th St. jH
P. A. Velllnga, Tailor, 410&-25th.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing; prices
reasonable. 7-1 4-1 mo jH
ifeclaSSified R a tPS- - l cent a word--no 1st insertion less than 25c , . All Ads Payable I
yWv ? JVt , 2 or more lines 25c a line.a week, 75c a line a month ' . In Advance j I
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