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THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917. 15 H
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I ' : THE FRONT OF YOUR HOUSE WITH A SIGN! ' . j 1 Week $.50 I !
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FctaraLe Help j;
WANTED Rapid typist. One -with
dictating machine experience pre
ferred. State experience and salnry
to start. Box 10. 2S09
FIVE bright, capablo ladies to travel,
demonstrate .and sell dealers; $75.00
to $150.00 per month; railroad fare
paid. Goodrich Drug Company, Dopt,
& B74, Omaha, Neb. 2547
Hfi- A GIRL or woman for general housc
work, small family, no washing; steam
heat, hoi water. Phone 2383. 2793
JH , MIDDLE-AGED, respectable woman
for housekeoper. Box F, care Standard.
HOUSEKEEPER for small adult fam
ily; settled woman preferred. 1226
25th St 2755
A WAITRESS at Olympia Cafe, 131
25th St. 2757
I GIRLS to make pants and overalls.,
' Electric power sewing machines.
jH Wages guaranteed while learning. Big
H 1 money made after learning. Clean,
light work room, steady work all win
j ter. Apply Manufacturing Dept. Scow
; ( WANTED
S WANTED First class male stenog
rapher and clerk. Address Ogden
! Standard, Box 122. 2814
BOY, 16 or over, for office work and
errands. Ogden Pkg. & Prov. Co.
? -'. OC11
DRIVER and socilitor wanted. Troy
TWO good hog and beef casing men;
also good sheep butcher. The Cudahy
Packing Company, North Salt Lake. .
WANTED First class, experienced
; male stenographer; good salary to
right party. Apply Box 943. 2770
WRINGER man and linen checker,
U. S. System Commissary. 2714
BOY with horse for Standard route;
must live near Five Points. Apply at
once to The Standard. 253S
F BOYS living In small towns make
good money after school delivering
and collecting for Tho Standard. Send
application to Circulation Department
of the Standard. 1940
TRUCKERS and freight handlers
wanted. Permanent employment. Ap
ply Union Pacific freight station.
I J Unfurnished . ,.,J
THREE houses, 3 rooms each, ?5
month. 223 9th. Mr. Jensen. 2804
VERY desirable 7-room modern house
for rent; ideal location, $30. Call 655
25th SL or Ph. 8S9-W. 2803
SIX-ROOM modern house, 2355 Madi
son. Phono 2993. 2801
FOUR-ROOM modern house, large
screen porch. Call 830 24th St, 2795
4 -ROOM house, lights, water, garage
and chicken coop, $14. Apply at
Smalley's. For rent after 23rd. 2752
FOUR-ROOM brick house in the rail
road district, $10. J. J. Brummitt, un
der Utah National bank. 2759
4 -ROOM house, lights and water,
chicken coop, garage, $14. Apply at
Smalley's. For rent after 23rd. 2742
FOUR-ROOM frame house, close in,
$12. J. J. BrummitL Phone 59. 2759
3BWT-"" THREE-ROOM house on Lincoln
$M 1 avenue, between 22nd and 23rd streets,
4 $10 J J- Brummitt, under Utah Na
M tionalBank. 2759
cB NICE 4-room house, $10 a month. In
'JSl ' quiro at 2857 Quincy. 2683
tS5j COZY three room house on bench. In
amj quire Room 403, First National bank
LARGE, noarly firo and frost proof
f5 . brick building, 175x80, for storage
purpose. Auto storage especially. In
Jl' quiro Davis County Nursery, Roy,
1 1 " Utah. Phone 14-J-l. 2606
I' FIVE-ROOM modern, with sleeping
I porch. 2746 Madison. $25. Phone 907.
1 . 2304
I FOR RENT
I I Mkcellaneoutt 1
I THE best barn in the business quar
I ; tor, 168 23rd. . 483
H I VERY desirable office; centrally lo
m mp- cated. Inquire J. A. Hoxlo & Co.,
Wfl' m Hudson. Phon 322. 8-11-U
tip Lsuu QPPQTy.NJjT!ftrJ
If" ROOMING houso for sale. Ph. 2939.
' l ; 2496
I 1 47 OIL WELLS, earning $252,000
'i It yottrly; settled production; now pay-
2 It ing 18 per cent dividends. Oklahoma
It! field; Immense possibilities. Shares
Jill $126; advance soon. Information frco.
jlrj Globe Oil Co., Commerce Bldg., Knn-
m IF - sas City, Mo. 2805
3 It Read tho Classified Ads.
If,; Road tho Classified Ads.
JUUUJUL for REOT I
f Furnished I
5-ROOM Apt, elegantly furnished. 563
25th St. 2S08
FRONT room, to a man, modern home,
close In; some meals, Phone 1158-
COZY 3-room house, nicely furnished.
Ph. 2991. 2784
MODERN, steam -heated room, gentle
man only. 219 23rd. P. 333. 2782
FOX apartments, 2 rooms, bath, lights,
water In kitchen. 447 21st SL 2777
MODERN steam heated room, close
In; gentleman only. P. 1763. 2769
SLEEPING room, 105 27th St., $2 per
week. Phono 1981-J. 2773
THREE nicely furnished rooms, 2539
Grant. Tel. 3213. 2754
FURNISHED rooms. 333 Twenty
NICELY furnished front room for
rent, 573 24th St. 2722
PEARL, Twenty-seventh and Grant.
Phone 2920. 2705
ROOMS, hot and cold water, 2526
SEE tho new Plaza Apts. Prices from
$23.60 to $37.50 per month, Including ,
light, heat and gas. Phone 2208. 1559 ,
HOUSES and flats. 2684 Grant. 9-18-tf j
FOR SALE J
POTATOES, $1.60 per 100 lbs. Grout's
Grain Store, 332 24th St. 2813
HIDES, pelts, wool, furs. O. M. Run
yan, 2269 Wall Ave. ' 2789
POTATOES, carrots, parsnips, turnips
and apples; reasonable. T. W. Peter
son. Phone 62-J-l. 2794
NO. 3 pocket folding kodak, nearly
new. A. E. Oman, 529 23rd St 277G
EARLY Rose seed potatoes, also Idaho
Rurals and onions; prices reasonable.
724 W. 20th. Phone 105 -W. (Theros.)
65 ACRES at Hoyburn, Idaho; $4,500,
part cash or will trade for small farm
near Ogden. Write or call on owner.
C. F. Stoddard, Heyburn. Idaho, R. F.
D. No. 3. Boll phone 87-R-3, Burley.
MUST sell at once, furniture complete
for six rooms; with roomers; heat fur
nished. 527 23rd St. 2746
UNCALLED for suits; about a dozen
of those excellent Dundeo tailored
suits, uncalled for. Reduced prices.
I various sizes, uunaeo woolen Mills,
on HudBon Ave. 2747
CHOICE Christmas trees. 371 23rd.
Ph. 2845. 2751
SECOND-HAND goods bought and
sold at reasonable prices. 1800 Wash.
Ph. 686-J. 2603
ANGELUS player piano, cost $750, ex
ceptionally sweet tone, excellent con
dition, $S5 worth of high class musio,
also new cello, a bargain or will trade
for auto. Leaving town. 447 Twenty
first. Call 6 to 8 p. m. 2492
SIX largo sacks of kindling wood, $1.
J. H. Wheelwright. Phone 828. 748
ROOMING house. Bost location in the
city. Phono 1935. 1690
JIM'S GROCETERIA la run like the
postofflce. Small buyers get the same
prlco as large ones. Customers save
the cost of delivering, oookkoeplng
and clerks. Everything in groceries la
cheaper. 183 24tb Street. 6-1-ti
IMPORTED canaries, 2220 Lincoln
Ave. r 814
JAPANESE boy, prefers small family.
Apply at 272 25th, Japanese office.
Phone 2133-N. W. 2730
FURNACES and chimneys cleaned.
Lee Peters, phone 1952. 2050
WALLPAPER furnished and bung!
Miller. Phone 3205. 235
j dressmaSng j
fflWCHlN'and plcol,. 10c and
16c a yard. Fancy buttona. Madanio
Caplau's Gown Shop, 3rd floor Wrights.
LADIES'tallorlng,2536 Madison. 1932M
pFOR SALE OR TRADE!
SPAN of mares, 5 and 8 years, weight
3000. Phono 37-J-4 or 655. 2740
5-ROOM modern bungalow on beau
tifully located lot, 57x144 to alloy; lo
cated in southern California, close to
tho principal resorts. House haa prac
tically all' built-in features, Including
fireplaces. Will exchango for Ogden
property. Call and seo mo ox phono
and I will see you. Must uctqulckly.
J. A. McCulloch, under First Nat'l.
I forHrent I
i Soard and Room j
DRESSMAKING and plain Bewlng.
2749 Grant, 1917
I FOR SALE
j Real Estate J
CLOSE IN, 8V6 A., 6 -room house, with
city water, big barn, 6 tons hay in,
chicken coop 16x60, 250 laying chick
ens, cow, heifer, horse, wagon, buggies,
etc. Will take 5 or 6-rm. house as
first payment. Call after Dec. 23 at
1050 7th St. . 2797
21 acres best land in -county for to
matoes, peas, beets or fruit; 5 acres
in bearing apples, 2 acres pasture, 14
acres for general use; good 4-room
brick house, large barn, cemented
cellar, well and ample water right.
Ideally locatod for marketing crops;
close, to excellent school and on one of
tho main highways. Will sell on good
terms, only $4000.00.
33 acres land, good 3-room rock
house, good barn, brick granary and
other buildings; 20 acres bost tomato,
peas, fruit or hay land, balance pas
ture or fruit land. Abundance of wa
ter, close to pea viner and tomato
scales; near good school and on main
road. This is a positive snap and
good terms; $2500.00.
J. A. McCULLOUGH
Under First Natl. Bank. 2779
II ACRES, sandy loam soil, two shares
primary water, 2-room houso, 3 miles
from city hall. For a few days at $2200.
Good terms. Skoen Realty Co. 2780
6-ROOM modern brick home, barn and
garage; must sell, leaving town. Only
part cash necessary. Ph. 1856 -W. 2772
BARGAIN 32 acres irrigated land in!
lucerne, good water right; can cut
four crops each season; located at
tr-TcTr17 n-.- TTiU . ?inn
Also one Ford truck, $160. $350 hay
bailer for $126. Inquire John L. Bax-1
ter, Collinston, Utah. 27551
BY OWNER, an excellent five room I
modern brick house, opposite high
school. Prico very reasonable. Terms
to suit. Call 2550 Monroe. 2649
SEE US BEFORE BUYING.
Wo have some real bargains In city
and farm property. Ogden Real Estate
and Building Company, 2438V6 Wash.
Ave. Phono 378. 1692
FARMS and ranches, somo with cat
tle. Terms. Federal Land Co. 493
FIVE room house with light and water
on a lot 43.8 feet by 165 feet, west
front, paved streef, closo in on Wash
ington avenue. Lot alono worth $1800.
The best Investment in Ogden. All
for $1600. J. A. McCulloch, under First
National Bank. 2274
FOR RENT or sale on easy terms;
modern six room brick cottage with
garage, a largo lot, shade and fruit
trees, located corner Fourth and Hud
son. Owner will vacate In about ten
days. For terms call at above ad-
I aress. 2384
J MONEY to loan I
W. N. Pierce Agoncy Real Estate, In
surance, Loans, Notary. 15 Commer
cial Bank Bldg. Phono 30CV 6
MONEY to loan on rear estate oecur
Uy. J. J. Brummitt 6-21-tf
REAL ESTATE, Mortgaco and Loans.
Kelly & Herrlclr, 6-15-ti
R. P. HUNTER. Mortgago Loans, Real
Estate, Firo Insurance Established
188D. 411 24th St.. Ogden, Utah.
I - To Rent
FURNISHED house or apartment. Ad
dress F. W. H., P. O. Box 219.. 2763
n - -1 irMnijm)
PLAIN black niuff, left in toilet room
at Wrights'. Return to Ex. Desk,
Wrights'. Roward. 2807
WHITE horse, last Wednesday.
Roward. Ph. 1631 -W. 2771
TWO Jersey heifers, 1. years old,
one black and one light color, from
the range east of North Ogden. Any
person finding same ploaso notify C.
E. Storey, Ogden R. F. D. No. 3, Box
To Buy ;
IF you have sacks of any "klndor
empty barrols call 686 -W. Wo will
call for them. 2678
WICKER baby buggy; must bo Jn good
condition. Phono 1955-M. 2764
SECOND-HAND boys' bicycle. Phono
WANTED A good delivery horse.
1781 Washington. 2792
MARRY IF LONELYTtoTromntXrry
me; bost and most successful "hoine
maker;" hundreds rich wish marriago
soon; strictly confidential; most relia
ble; years' exporlonco; descriptions
freo. "Tho Successful Club," Mrs.
Purdle, Box 556, Oakland, Cal.
BACHELOR would like to correspond
with single lady between 30 or 40, ob
ject matrimony. Address J. E., Stand -ard-
WANTED TO TRADE
TO trade high grade piano for board;
must be closo In. Address Q, care
' YOUNGEST 'MAJOR IN
V. S. IS 9 YEARS OLD
Woe to the rookie who falls to
salute "Major" Jane Pulver, ono
of the "officers" al tho Houston.
Texas, camp. i
Jane Is the youngest "major" in
the. United States. She was nine
her last birthday.
Officers who stayed at the hotel
conducted by Jane's father while
the camp waa building, arranged
for tho uniform. It was a reward
for her work In entertaining the
soldiers. Jane wears the uniform
constantlyHBVon a .to Sunday
Aetna Accidonl & Liability Co., Auto '
and Liability Insurance. H. A. Purdy,
2377 Hudson Ave. Phono 4S3.
Auto Tires and Repairs
Modern Tiro Sorvlco Shop, repairs and
rebuilding Ooodycaf Service Station.
John Hurtos, Mgr., 2360 Hudson Ave
Ogden Stato Bank, Commercial & Sav
ings Dcpts, Rccd Hotel Bldg. Phono 62.
Garage. Repairs. Sludebaker Agency.
Mack-itoblnaon Co., 2410 Grant Avenue
Utah National Bank, southeast corner
24th St, and "Wash. Ave. Phone 61.
Fresh dally from pasteurized cream.
10c gallon at tho plant. Mutual Creamery
Co.. Phone 318.
IC Van Kampen for upholstering; car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Re-making
of mattresses. Phono 8S3.
F. J. Freonor, Chiropractic Offices,
209-10-11-12-13-14-20, Col. Hudson Bldg.
Johnson. McKcIl, Thompson, Sulto 409-10-11-12-13-14
and 26, 4th floor Hudson
Bldg. X-Ray Laboratory. Phono 707.
McCarty & Co.. 2734 Grant Avenuo.
Lawyer O'Connolly, over Commercial
National Bank. Phono 11.
Irish & Irish Chiropractic Offices. 604,
505, 606 ECCLES Bldg. Only lady Chiro
practor In Ogden. 6th floor. Phone 276.
Chicken, tamales, chill con carno. chilli,
spauhottl at Groiner's Dcllcatesson, 123
25th St. Phono 2SS3. 2109
Ogden BngTavlnp Servlco Co.. makers
of lino cuts In ono or more colors, 2403
Washington Avo. Phono 463.
Furrier and Taxidermist
Furs cleaned, remodeled in Iat03t styles.
Orders taken for new fura at rcasonablo
prices. Work guaranteed. T. Gajeswsky,
at Bur-r Store. Phono 118.
Tho Only Fireproof Hotel -In Ogdon.
Rates 75c and up. Tho New BrlB&am,
Wall Ave., and 24th St Phono 2430.
Junk and Hides
Wcotorn Hide & Junk Co., 2223 Wash
, In Eton Avo. Phone 861.
Ogden Junk House. 2059 Wash. Ave,
Loose Leaf Sheets and Covers
Bookbinding. Ruling &. JLfp. Statlonor,
J. Wilson, 2165 Wash. Avo. .Phone SCO.
Money to Loan
Salaried people can get it without .o
curlty. others on furnlturo, pianos, etc.
218 Hudson Bldg. Phono S71-J.
New and Second Hand Goods
A. SInor. New and Second-Hand Fur
niture, Clothing, etc., bought and sold.
Suit ca-Hea cheap. 241-243 25th Street.
Tho Amundsen Studios. Wo pleaso the
hard to please. 24C9 Washington Ave
nue. Phono 2276-R
Physician and Surgeon '
Dr. A. Fernlund. Office hours 11 to 4
p. m. Now Pcory Bldg. Hudson Avo.
Res. Phono 646; Office Phono 1900-W.
Sanitary Work '
Sanitary Garbaffo Co., ull kinds of rub
blBh hauled, nsh pltn cleaned. Prices
reasonable.' Phono 620.
Electric Service Co, Sturtovant and
Santo Carpet Cleaners, si and ud per day.
425 24th Stroot Phono 88.
Whito Sewing Machine Co., 2255 Wash
ington Avo. "Phono 2834.
Tents and Awnings
Ogden Tent and Awning Co., manufac
turers of hleh-grado store, office and
resident awnings. Waterproof covers,
bass. etc. Anything In canvass. 2263
Washington Ave. Phone 264.
Queen City Robckah Lodge, No. 4, I. O.
O. F., meets second and fourth Saturday
evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. Msiting
members invited, ifario Beck, N. G..
Lulu Cloudman, Recording Secretary. 2516
Van Buren avenue.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen. Og
den Homestead No .1503 meets on every
Tuesday ovcnlng in W. O. W. hall. Fra
ternity building, Washington avoi uo.
Moot with us. Fred Mitchell, foroman; J.
A. Junk, correspondent, 3202 Washington
Ogden Lodgo No. 1314, Loyal Ordor of
Moose meets ovcry Wednesday night at
8 o'clock, I .O. O. F. hall. 2320 Washing
ton avenue. W. J. Wright, Dictator; J.
H. Knauss, Secretary, 301 Colonel Hud
Tho Woman's Benefit Association of
the Maccabees, Silver Revlow, No. 1;
meets every Friday ovcnlng at 8 o'clock
In tho Woodman hall. Fraternity block.
2320 Washington avenuo. Visiting mom
bers cordially invited to attend. Emma
Hadlock, L. C; Jennie Prout, R. K., 2455
Van Buren avenue.
The Royal Highlanders, Ogden Castlo
625, mcots In tho Eagles hall on Hudson
avenue every second and fourth Tuesday
evenings at 8 o'clock. Visiting Highland
ers cordially Invited. G. Van Hoist,
111 Pro.. P. F. Planz, 2535 Lincoln, socro-tary-trcasurcr.
American Masonic Federation (Univer
sal Scottish Rite) Ogden Lodge No. 81
meets ovcry Monday 8 p. m. at 363 24th
SL James Macboth. R.W.M., 2450 Wash.
Ave G. A. Mullor. Secretary. 2562 Wash.
Avo. Visitors always welcome.
Royal Neighbors of America meets
every second and fourth Monday nights
of each month at S o'clock at tho now
Odd Fellows' hall, Fratornlty building,
Visiting neighbors invited. Mary Craw
ford. Oraclo, 2676 Lafayotte, Nottlo Tur
ner, Recorder, 26431 Van Buron.
Masonic Queen Esther Chaptor No. 4,
O. E. S.. regular meetings held at Mason
ic hall on Washington Ave. betweon 25th
and 20th Sts.. tho first and third Fridays
of each mouth.' Sojourning members cor
dially Invited to attend. Cora B. Heath,
W. Linda L. Irwin, Secrotary.
Woodmen of tho World. Weber Camp
No. 74, meets in tho W. O. W. hall. Fra
ternity block, 2320 Washington avenuo,
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Wbodmen cordially Invited to
attend. C. L. Nolson. C. C, W. M. Pig
gott, Clerk. P. O. Box 488.
Fraternal Ordor of Eagles, Ogden
Aerlo No. 118, mcots ovcry Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock at Eagles' Homo.
2131 Grant Avo. Visiting brother Eagles
are invited to attend the meetings. Club
rooms open at 11 a. m. C. E. Carlllo, W.
President; W. M. PIggott, Secrotary;
Dr. II. B. Forbes, Aerlo Physician.
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Woodmen
of America, meets ovory Wednesday
night in tho Hurst hall, 2439 Hudson
Ave Ont of town members cordially
invited to meot with us. Fred E. Wil
liams, consul; J. R. Hlnchcliff, Clork.
Ogden Lodge No. 65 Independent Ordor
of Odd Fellows, mcots In I, O. O. F. hall
every Tuesday evening, visiting broth
ers cordially invited to bo prcsont- H. P.
Peterson, N. G.; Henry Klssell, Secro
tary. Tho Ordor of Railway Employes, Ogden
Division No. 11. meets every first and
third Fridays of each month at tho
Eagles' hall, at 8:16 p. m. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited. Adrian Schlppor,
Ogden Lodgo No. 2 Knights of Pythias
meets overy Monday evening at 8 o'clock
In Castlo Hall of tho Pythian building,
2351 Grant avenue Visiting Knights wol
come Allen Gorr. C. C; W. L. Undor
wood, IC of R. S.; H. E. Palmer, 2263
Washington Avo., M. of F.
Neighbors of Woodcraft , Ogden Clrclo
No. 681. meets tho 1st and 3rd Wednes
day evening of each month, nt 8 o'clock
In tho now Woodmen hall. Visiting
neighbors Invlted Sarah Ranson, G. N-,
145 We3t Patterson Ave. Phono 1235-R.
Mario Crltes. Clerk, 2731 Monroo Ave
In tho District Court of Weber
County, State of Utah. JuIIub A. Smith,
Plaintiff, vs. Thomas J. Wales, De
fendant. The Syue of Utah to Said Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within thirty days afer service of this
summons upon you, and defend, the
above entitled action; and in case of
your failure so to do, Judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of tho complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said
court Said action is brought, and is,
being prosecuted, for the purpose of
obtaining a judgment against youfor
the sum of $3,000.00, interest, costs,
etc., according to the terms of tho
promissory note, made by you, to the
plaintiff,, on tho 5th day of October,
1916; and to foreclose) the mortgago,
given to secure the payment of said
noto, upon the premises described in
tho said complaint.
J. O. WILLIS,
P. O. Address1 311-312 Hudson Bldg.,
First publication Doc. 1, 1917; last
publication Jan. 5, 1917.
WARREN IRRIGATION COMPANY
Principal Place of Business, Warren,
Weber County, State of Utah.
Notice There are delinquent upon
the following described stock, on ac
count of assessment levied" on the 13th
day of Soptember, 1917, and eleventh (
annual payment on stock, the several i
amounts set opposite tho name of the I
respective stockholders, as follows;
No certificates of stock have been
Name-;- Shares. Am't.
Joel W. White 10 $ 30.00,
Henry W. Harris .... 20 60.00
J. T. White 10 17.60
Frank East 5 15.00
John Davis 28 8-1.00
C. A. Davis 11 33.00
T. L. Whito 10 12.75
Richard Hodson 7 21.00
Daniel Hodson 29 87.00
R. B. Gibson 5 10.00
H. H. Henderson 148 296.00
D. C. Thomas f.. 30 90.00
C. E. Judklns 20 60.00
Wm. J. Hodson 33 99.00
John Hodson 24 72.00
James Devlin 15 45.00
A. J. Gravltt 15 45.00
And in accordance with law, and in
compliance with a resolution of the
bord of directors, made on the 30th
day of November, 1917, so many shares
of each parcel of said stock as may
bo necessary, will bo sold at tho resi
dence of the secrotary in said War
ren prechict. Weber county, state of
Utah, on tho 28th day of December,
1917, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m to
pay the delinquent assessment there
on, together with tho cost of adver
tising and expenses of the sale.
This, tho 17th day of December,
1917. J. M. FOLKMAN,
THE DAVIS & WEBER COUNTIES
, CANAL CO.
NOTICI3 There aro delinquent up
on the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on Sep
tember 8, 1917, tho several amounts
set opposite the names of the respec
tlce shareholders, as follows:
Name No. Cert. Shares. Am't.
Adams, Geo. W...3330 6. $21.00
Adams, Geo. W. ..3832 1. 3.60
LEGAL NOTICES I
'Bone, Francis ...4024 20. 70.00 t '
Bone, Francis ...4025 18.5 64.75 I.
Brown, Joen 3534 2. 7.00 tl 1
Burnett, J. H 3781 5. 17.50 HH
Clark, Ghas. E.... 3169 5. 17.50 A H
Clark, Chas. B....3050 2. 7.00 ; H
Crelghbaum, Chas. 2714 5. 17.60
Creighbaum, Chas. 553 10. . 17.50 .
Corbridge, Calvin. 3845 3. 10.50 H
Corbridgo, L. G... 981 6. 10.50 H
Corbridge, W. H..3195 6. 17.50 ; H
Fisher, Horton L..3241 4.5 15.75 . H
Fisher, Geneva E..3273 15. -52.50
Flaher, Geneva E..3274 5. ' 17.50 H
Fornclius, Heher '
A 3857 1. 3.50 ; H
A 3911 1. 3.50
Building Co 3913' 6. 21.00 M
Fairmont Home P
Building Co 3936 2. - 7.00 !H
Fairmont Homo 11 1
Building Co 3970 1. 3.50 K'H
Fairmont Home I"H
Building Co 3972 4. 14.00 liH
Fairmont .Homo E'l
Building Co 3973 4. 14.00 M
Fairmont Home Rl
Building Co 3974. 4. 14.00 li'H
Fairmont Home Kl
Building Co 3975 , 3. 10.50 !
Gamer, John 3954 ' .5 1.75 Mfl
Hblmer, Heber... .2967 10. 35.00 11
Harbertson, Jas...3777 1. 3.50 IH
Layton, Orson. .. .3943 2.25 7.87 Gl
Lambert, Leo J...3767 2. 7.00 Kl
Marion, Tho Hotel 3558 15. 52.50 M
Marlon, The Hotel 3316 6. 17.50' t 'l
Marion, Tho Hotel 3887 1. 3.50 wM
Marlon, The Hotel 3901 5. 17.50
Marion, The Hotel 3917 4. 14.00 UM
Parry, Caleb 93 5.1204 17.35 M
Parr', Caleb 604 1.335S 4.67 M
Parry, Caleb .....1082 1.0748 3.84 WM
Pare, Caleb 1937 2.4690 8.64 H
Parker. Oeo. G 3652 3. 10.50 11
Roberts, Mary E..1293 10. 35.00 11
Roberts, Mary E..1708 4. 14.00 Hl
Roberts, .Mary E..2295 6. 21.00 tl
Roberts, Mary E..4026 7. 24.50 11
Roberts, Mary E.. 744 '6. 10.50 El
Rampton, Geo. A.. 2740 2. 7.00 i'l
Roberts, Walton A.3412 10. 35.00
Roberts, Walton A.3413 5. 17.50
Roberts, Walton A.3624 3. 17.50 '
Robinson, Mary 11
Jane 2912 2. 7.00 ?H
Stoker, John H...3550 4. 14.00 !
Terry, John D....3675 .2. 7.00 ll
Watt, J. C 3095 5. 17.50 S
Watt, J. C ,3096 5. 17.50 jH
And in accordance with law and il
ordor of the board of directors made dl
on the 8th of September, 191 1, so many IH
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be necessary will bo sold at tho
south door of the Weber county court fl
houso, in Ogden, Utah, on the 22nd day
of December, 1917, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day to pay delinquent assess- 11
ment thereon, together with the cost
of advertising and expenses of sale. 11
602 Ecclos Bldg. Secretary.
Estate of Sarah E. Crow, Deceased.
The petition of Russell T. Crow,
praying for tho Issuance to M. S. Mar
riott of Letters of Administration in
tho ahovo entitled matter, has been
set for hearing bofore Hon. A W.
Agee, judge, on Monday, the 31st day IH
of December, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. ru.( DH
at tho. county court house, In the 11
court room of said court, In Ogden 11
City, Weber, county, Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day
of December, 1917.
(Seal.) . C. M. RAMEY, Clerk. 11
By Julia Flygare, Deputy Clerk.
Volney C. Gunnell, Attorney for
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