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I I eaJSilEs 1 A LASSSFEB AD 1 Month i
I I WILL DO THE BUSINESS J . 1.," 1
jl I r7" wanted
if L. fig-ffp ;
m WANTED immediately, girl for gen
l M eral housework, small family. 226
. Qulncy. ; 3035
?J m WOMAN for general housework
I Good wages. 803 Twenty-fifth. 29SC
I B WOMAN to wash for family of two
IB 2124 Stewart Lane. 297'i
v tim 2 WAITRESSES, experienced. Brands
;i m Grill, Boise, Ida., $-10 per mo. Pay
"4 K of rail faro. Write at once. 292C
9 IK EXPERIENCED stenographer, perma-
I nent position. Glen Bros.-Robcrts
j Piano Co. 2913
1 '
3 1 GIRLS to make pants ana overalls.
I Electric power sewing machines.
Wages guaranteed while learning. Big
money made after learning. Clean,
1! light work room, steady, work all win-
ter Apply Manufacturing Dept. Scow-
3 . croft's. 1226
31
1 ; f WANTED
S ' i Male Help
Vnwwrii"'i'iii" -
TWO boys living north of bridge for
7 Standard routes, wheel or horse. Ap-
ply at Standard. 3030
31 1 BOY wanted, with wheel, 14 to 16
;6 years, at Bramwell's. 3005
,3 : , . .
tjr - WANTED AT ONCE BOY WITH
4 ' HORSE FOR STANDARD ROUTE
;T1 r MUST LIVE NEAR FIVE POINTS.
I. GOOD PAY. CIRCULATION DEPT.,
: , THE STANDARD. 2993
jj r' WANTED First-class stenograpner,
5 ? good salary to right party. Call at
manager's office, D. C. II. Dept., U. P.
. ! System, Ogden, Utah. 2899
1
I i ; TRUCKERS and freight handlers
m ! wanted. Permanent employment. Ap-
ply Union Pacific freight station. t
gl ) 138L .
r FORRpiF
M GARAGE for rent, $2.50 per month.
IJ 459 22nd St. Phone 92G-W. 300G
la SMALL house, close in, 4 rooms. In
,gh quire 2024 Farr avenue. 3024
FOR RENT, VERY CHEAP, largo
ii f brick building, close in; will accom-
!i modate several families. Nominal
: f rent to right party. Apply at collec-
tion department, First National Bank,
i Ogden. 3023
; THREE nice, clean front rooms, with
m I large back room includeu, not adjoin
jfl ; ing other rooms; fine homo for small
IE ! family, will make low rents' to perraa
jSJ ; nent tenant. Come and see them. En
hli 1 quire Room 2, first floor, Union block,
II 24th street. 3014
(i'MOD. 6-nn. house, ?16. Ph. 2130-J.
gf 2897
J Ma GOOD modern six-room house, well
-ai located on Washington avenue, $20.
J i J. J. Brummitt, under Utah National
Ij bank. 28S8
1 - FIVE room house, $12. W. B. Wedell.
: 2856
R THREE room modern npartment, cel
1 lar, lawn, close in. $1800. F. A. Mc
j Gulre, 2434 Hudson. 2849
il L I A MODERN seven-room bungalow in
I" : elegant location on the bench, $25.
! ' ' J. J. Brummltt. Phono 59. 2886
I FOUR -ROOM brick house in the rail
f road district, $10. J. J. Brummltt, un-
der Utah National bank. 2759
rP
I ! FOUR-ROOM frame house, close in,
J 512. J. J. Brummltt. Phone 59. 2759
: . .
5 ' THREE-ROOM house on Lincoln
9k . avenue, between 22nd and 23rd streets,
; ?10. J. J. Brummitt, under Utah Nn
I ; tional Bank. 2759
J ; ANTED
vj ; SS tuationa : ;
S EXPERIENCED stenographer wants
; permanent position. Address A. B.,
Standard. 3019
tyi . YOUNG married man wants position
' ; as truck driver; references. Box A. L.
Jj j care Standard. 3012
5 I EXPERIENCED lady bookkeeper and
'i 1 8tenographer desires position. Phone
I 1777-J. 3000
sa-j I WANTED Work as janitor, fireman
rfrj I or watchman, by steady middle-aged
all' Jnan. Box S, care Standard. 2976
rt! 1
. JAPANESE boy, prefers small family.
: Apply nt 272 25th, Japanoso office.
! Phone 2133. N. W. 2730
m
, CHIMNEY SWEEP.
X HJRNACES and chimneys cleaned.
0k Leo Peters, phono 1952. 2050
v .
t if WALLPAPER furnished and hung.
glUer. Phono 3205. 235
g f FORWENT
4 ipRESSMAKING and plain sewing.
2749 Grant. - 1917
) BRiNDLE bull dog, with white
j Renter, female. Return to 24G2V6
(. -uicoln. 2999
i 1 rAX?R pIANO, adding mchn. P.
! J oaBx. 2. 3026
ft mmua.aem. MlJ .7777,77
f FOR REOT ""i
; j Furnished 5
- ii i nriri i 1 1 1 ni ininjnHiLiinit-Bn
EIGHT-ROOM modern house, partly
1 furnished. Inquire 2566 Wash. . 3008
. 3-ROOM modern apt., steam-heated.
. Argyle. Ph., 1008 -NJ. 3025
MODERN 4-room apartment, with
. gas. 725 22nd. Phone 102. 3029
4-ROOM furnished apt., 2632 Monroe
i P"- 3261-R. 3018
; COREY Apartments,- modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Wash. Phone 2925-W.
3007
' TWO or three furnished rooms, 101 i-J.
3001
ONE furnished room, 530 24th St
2978
NICELY furnished front room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen,-573 24th.
2987
MOD. sleeping rooms, steam heated,
$2 to $2.50 wk. 2474 Washington.
2975
THREE rooms, adults only, 2572 Van
Burren Ave. Phone 2466. 2972
FURNISHED room, furnace heat,
bath; gentleman only. 2760 Grant.
2955
ELEGANT two-room housekeeping
suite, desirable comple; walking dis
tance. 441 27th St 2965
FIVE-ROOM furnished house, with
piano. Northeast corner 16th and
Wash. 2968
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms for
rent. 566 Twenty -fourth. 2941
LIGHT hskpg. rooms, with or without
private bath, 2210 Wash. 2919
TWO sleeping rooms close in. Rent
reasonable. Phone 324S. 2851
FURNISHED rooms at 832 Twenty
fifth. 2854
FOX apartments, 2 rooms, bath, lights,
water in kitchen. 447 21st St 2777
THREE nicely furnished rooms, 2539
Grant Tel. 3213. 2754
FURNISHED rooms. 333 Twenty
fourth. 2738
PEARL, Twenty-seventh and Grant
Phone 2920. 2705
SEE the new Plaza Apts. Prices from
$23.50 to $37.50 per month, Including
light, heat and gas. Phone 2208. 155':)
HOUSES and flats. 2634 Grant. D-18-tf
j Miscellaneous
FINE baby buggy, good as new, at
half price. Phone 1709. 3033
FINE Buffet B-flat clarionet, low
pitch, less than half price. 2874 Hud
son. 3032
WE have a few more slightly used
piano bargains to offer at $5 per
month, no Interest. Pantone, 29th and
Hudson. 3031
NEW library sot, 3324 Woodland.
3009
IMPORTED cloth for men's suits,
overcoats, pants. Mrs. O. A. White,
364 25th. 3004
GOOD Italian harp, cheap, cash or
time. 2874 Hudson Ave. 3034
ONE $700 player piano and thirty
rolls at a bargain. Phpno 2681-W.
29S1
REGISTERED Jersey cows. Call W.
C. Clark at Standard office. 2979
COLUMBLA. graphophone and fifty
regords, cheap. 2620 Monroe. Phone
2694-R. 2964
POTATOES, $1.35; onions, $2.00. Ph.
1574. 2916
GOOD blacksmith business, tools, and
supplies. Address S. Niolson, Kays
vllle, Utah. 2871
SIX large sacks of kindling wood, $1.
J. H. Wheelwright. Phone 828. 748
JIM'S GROCETERIA Is run liko the
poBtofflce. Small buyers get the same
price as largo ones. Customers save
the cost of dellveriii, oookkeoping
and clerks. Everything in groceries is
cheaper. 1S3 24th Street 6-1-U
IMPORTED canaries. 2220 LlncoLn
Ave. 814
FOR RENT "
;! Acreage
GOOD sugar beet land, plenty of
water. J. M. Forrlstall, Ecclos Bldg.
Phone 425. 2967
jP dressKlaSng 1
15o a yard. Fancy buttons. Madame
Capiuu'B Gown Shop, 3rd floor Wrights.
1504
LADIES' tailorings 53 6 Madison. 1032M
2-10-lyr.
WANTED I
.Sjjfep ..... ...r. -i - nnrJ
SINGLE L. H. K. room for young man
with dog. Mack Johnson, Gen. Del.
2998
WE can rent' that vacant property.
Ogden Rental Agency, 374 25th.
Phone 69. . 2988
j FOR SALE !;
Real Estate
FIVE rooms and bath, modern, barn
and shed, $1700; cash $200 down and
$25 a month. F. S. Peery, R. E., 2359
Washington. 2995
MASTER FLORISTS, Hendershot &
Son. Phone 206. 2963
GOOD INVESTMENTS.
OGDEN REAL ESTATE & BLDG. CO.
2438J4 vVash. Ave. Phone 378.
Property on Wash. Avo., near 29th
St., worth $8000, present rental pays
8 per cent net on the investment; all
special taxes, including paved street,
In and paid up; has 7-room modern
house; lot is worth $6000. Must sell
at once. $4800.00.
60x165 feet on 28th' street, near
Wash. Ave., with a 6 and 4 room
house; rents for $40.00 mo.; room to
build two more houses; all specials,
including paved street, In and paia up.
Will sell for $4200.00.
5-room modern home, with plastered
and glassed-in sleeping porch, on
beautiful lot on 24th street; walks,
gutter and sewer in and paid up. Only
$2750.00. Why rent?
7-room modern, near 26th on Eccles
Ave., only $2300.00. Easy terms.
New modern home, close to business
district, Salt Lake City. A bargain at
$3500.00, or will trade for Ogden prop
erty. 3-ROOM house and two lots for $800;
no interest on deferred payments. E.
W. Cannady. Phono 86. 2942
BY OWNER, fivo-room modern bung
alow, small payment down, long time
contract on balance. Apply 2253 En
dion. - 2908
AN elegant lot, well located on 21st
street, on the bench, $25. J. J. Brum
mitt, under Utah National bank. 2889
FOR SALE.
. 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 locvted for marketing crops;
close to excellent school and on one of
the main highways. Will sell on good
terms, only $4000.00.
J. A. McCU.LLOUGH
Under First Natl. Bank. 2779
AN acre and a half of land, with a
good cement building, suitable for
manufacturing plant, well located in a
trackage district, for only $3000. J. J.
Brummltt. . Phone 59. 2889
AN elegant bunch of 250 lots, well lo
cated on the bench, for only $25 per
lot One-fifth lown and one-fifth
each year at 6- per cent Interest. J. J.
Brummltt, under Utah National bank.
2889
11 ACRES, sandy loam soil, two shares
primary water, 2-room house, 3 miles
from city hall. For a few days at $2200.
Good terms. Skeen Realty Co. 2780
A GREAT bargain In a bungalow on
the bench, located near two car lines,
in the best residence district on tho
bench. This property will be sold for
about one-half of what it. is worth.
J. J. Brummltt. Phono 59. 2889
AN elegant lot, 70x135 leet, located
near the Union depot Only $10 per
front foot, any kind of terms. J. J.
Brummltt, under Utah National bank.
28S9
IDAHO RANCHES
FARMS and ranches, some with cat
tle. Terms. Federal Land Co. 493
FIVE room house with light and water j
on a lot 43.8 feet by 165 feet, west
front, paved street, close in on Wash- j
ington avenue. Lot alono worth $1800. 1
The best Investment in Ogden. All .
for $1600. J. A. McCulloch, under First
National Bank. 2274
A HALF-MILE frontage on east 25th
street, will bo sold in any sized lots
on any kind of terms to suit pur
chaser. Very cheap. J. J. Brummltt
Phone 59. 2889
FOR RENT or sale on easy -terms;
modern six room brick cottage with
garage, a large lot, shade and fruit
trees, located corner Fourth and Hud
son. Owner will vacate in about ten
dnys. For terms call at above, ad
dress. 2384
f WANTED
j; To Buy
I WANT to buy several small tracts
close to Ogden, oither with .or with
out improvements. R. G. Ageo, 374
25th. Phones 69 or 683. 2989
WILL buy two Ford 5 -passenger cars
in good condition. Address Box Z,
care Standard. 2969
IF you havo sacks of any kind or
empty barrels call 686-W. Wo will
call for them. N 2678
WANTED
Salesmen j
WANTED, a llvo neat appearing
snlesman who can sell stock In a Utah
corporation, backed by Utah men. Big
raouoy can be mado by a live wlro. For
particulars see Mr. White, 2482 Wash
ington Avenue. 2970
BUSINESS
QPPQRTU
EXPERT accountant wants small set
of books to kcop in evoniugs. AddresB
Accountant, care Standard. 2861
FORWENT ' j
VERY dcalrablo office; centrally lc
crued. Inquire J. a Hoslo St Co..
209 Hudson. Phono 322. Hl-tf
3 FOR RENT
253Re3l5VACRES good tomato, land,
very reasonable. Inquire Goodard
Packing Co. 3036
MONEYToTlOAN i
W. N. Plerco Agency Real Estate, In
surance, LoanB, Notary. 15 Commer
cial Bank Bldg. Phono 30O. 6
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummltt . 6-21-tl
REAL ESTATE, Mortgage and Loons.
Kelly & Herrlclr, G-15-tf
R. P. HUNTER. Mortgage Loans, Real
Estate, Fire Insurance. Established
1889. 411 24th St, Ogden. Utah.
0-11-lyr.
LEGAL NOTICES
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
PROBATE AND
Conoult County Oork or tho Roapeo
tlvo Signers for Further
Information.
NOTICE.
Estate of Joseph Randolph Wren,
deceased.
The petition of Emma Lenoro Wren,
for tho issuance to herself of letters
of administration, in tho above en
titled matter, has been set for hearing
before Hon. A. E. Pratt, judge, on
Monday, the 14th day of January, 1918,
at 2 o'clock p. m. at the County Court
House, in the court room of said court,
in Ogden City, Weber County. Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court,
with tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd
day of January, 1918.
(Seal) C. M. RAMEY, Clerk.
By JULIA FLYGARE,
JOHN C. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner.
j NOTICE.
Estate and guardianship of Wanda
Wren and Beulah Wron, minors.
The petition of Emma Lenore Wren,
for letters of guardianship of the es
tate and person of said minors, in the
above entitled matter, has been set for
hearing on Monday, tho 14th day of
January, 1918, at 2 o'clock p. m., at
tho County Court House, in tho court
room of said court, in Ogden City,
Weber County, Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court,
with, the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd
day of January, 1918.
(Seal) C. M. RAMEY, Clerk.
By JULIA FLYGARE,
JOHN C. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner.
JUST AS BAD.
Here Is another about a littlo "Mll
Tvaukoe' lad.
David's mother asked her little son
to go into a darkened hall to fetch an
article for her. "I'm afraid," said ho,
"thero's a bear In there."
"There's no bear In there!" his moth
er replleeL
"I know thoro Isn't." said David, "but I
think there Is, and that's Just as bad."
Milwaukee Railway System Employes'
Magazine
INFORMATION BUREAU
Accident Insurance
Aetna Accident : Liability Co., Auto
ami Liability Insurance. H. A. Purdy,
2377 Hudson Avo. Phono -183.
Banking
Ogdon State Bank, Commercial & Sav
ings Depta. Reed Hotel Bldg. Phone G2.
Auto Accessories
Garage. Repairs, Studebakor Agency.
Mack-Koblnson Co., 2-iiO Grant Avenue
Phone S91.
Banking
Utah .National Bank, southeast corner
2-lth St. and Wash. Avo. Phono 6L
Buttermilk
Fresh daily from pasteurized cream.
10c gallon at the plant Mutual Creamery
Co., Phono 318."
Carpet Cleaning
K. Van Kampen for upholstering; car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Re-making
of mattresses. Phono SS3.
Chiropractor
li. J. Schultz. Chiropractor. Offico First
National Bank, suite -IIS. Offico phone
2S70; Residence, 1058-R. Office hours 10
to 12 and 2 to i. 3016
Chiropractors
Irish & Irish Chiropractic Offices, 504.
G05, 60C ISCCLES Bldg. Only lady Chiro
practor in Ogden. 5th floor. Phono 275.
2734
Johnson, McKoll, Thompson, Suite 409-10-11-12-13-14
and 26, 4th floor Hudson
Bldg. X-Roy Laboratory. Phono 707
City Scavengers
McCarty & Co., 2734 Grant Avenue
Phono 2018-W.
Counselor-at-Law
Lawyer O'Connolly, over Commercial
National Bank. Phono 11.
Delicatessen
BEST chili con came at Grelner's, 128
25th. Phone 2883.
Engraving
Ogden Engraving Service Co.. makors
?,r r i . utH ln no or more colors, 2403
Washington Ave. Phono 463.
Piano Tuner
Hunry Blair, expert tuner and repair
work. Player pianos specialty. Ph. 2619-R.
2394
JgRMATION BUREAU
Furrier and Taxidermist
Furs cleaned, remodeled ln latest stylos.
Orders taken for now furs at reasonable
pricey. Work guaranteed T. Gajcswsky.
at Burf Store. Phono 118.
Hides
ya?!d2C2369PWaU A"- ' RUn"
Hotel
The Only Fireproof Hotel ln Ogden.
Rates 75c and up. Tho New Brlgham.
Wall Ave., and 24th St.- Phono 2430.
Junk and Hides
Western Hido & Junk Co., 2223 Wash
ington Ave. Phone 861.
Junk
Ogden Junk House, 2059 Wash. Ave.
Phono 210.
Loose Leaf Sheets and Covers
Bookbinding. Ruling & Mf. Stationer.
J. Wilson, 2465 Wash. Ave. .Phono 850.
Money to Loan
Salaried people can got it without se
curity, others on furniture, pianos, etc
218 Hudson BWg. Phono 871-J.
New and Second Hand Goods
A. Siner. New and Second-Hand Fur
niture, Clothing, etc.. bought and sold.
Suit cases cheap. 241-243 25th Street.
Phone 132L
Photographers
Tho Amundsen StudIo3. Wo pleaso tho
hard to please. 2469 Washington Ave
nue. Phono 2275-R.
Physician and Surgeon
Dr. A. Fornlund. Office hours 11 to 4
p. m. New Pcorj' Bldg. Hudson Ave.
Rc3. Phono C46; Offico Phono 1900-W.
Sanitary Work
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub
bish hauled, ash pits cleaned. Prices
reasonable. Phono 620.
Vacuum Cleaners
Electric Service Co. Sturtovant and
Santo Carpet Cleaners, $1 and up per day.
425 24th Street, Phono 88.
Sewing Machines
Whito Sowing Machine Co., 2255 Wash
ington Avo. Phono 2884.
Tents and Awnings
Ogden Tent and Awning Co., manufac
turers of high-grade storo, offico and
resident awnings. Waterproof covers,
bags, etc Anything in canvass. 2268
Washington A,ve. .Pnone 264.
JFRATERNAL
Queen City Rebokah Lodge, No. 4, L O.
O, F., meets second and fourth Saturday
evenings at Udd Follows' Hall. Visiting
members invited. Mario Beck, N. G.,
I Lulu Cloudman, Recording Secretary, 2516
Van Burun avenue.
Brotherhood of Amorlcan Yeomen, Og
den Homestead No .1503 meets on evory
Tuesday oveuing ln W. O. W. hall, Fra
ternity building. Washington ave. ao.
Meet with us. Fred Mitchell, foreman; J.
A. Junk, correspondent, 3202 Washington
aovnue.
Ogden Lodge No. 1314, Loyal Order of
Moose meets every Wednesday night at
S o'clock, I .0. O. F. hall. 2320 Washing
ton avenue. W. J. Wright, Dictator; J.
H. Knauss, Sccrotary. 3ul Colonel Hud
son Bldg.
The Woman's Benefit Association of
tho Maccabees, Silver Review No. 1.
meets the 1st and 3rd Friday evenings at
8 o'clock, and tho 2nd and 4th Friday aft
ernoons1 at 2:30 o'clock in the Woodman
hall, 2320 Wash. Ave. Visiting members
invited. Gertrude Weaver, L. C; L, Jen- ,
nle Prout, R. K., 2455 Van Buren Ave-
Tho Rojdl Highlanders, Ogden Castle
625, moots in the Eagles hall on Hudson ,
avenue overy second and fourth Tuesday ,
evenings at 8 o'clock. Vlsltin& Highland
ers cordially Invited. G. Van Hoist.
Ill Pro.. P. F. Planz, 2535 Lincoln, aecro-lary-treayuror.
American Masonic Federation (Univer
sal Scottish Rite) Ogden Lodgo No. 81
meets every Monday 8 p. m. at 363 24th
SL James Macbeth, R.W.M., 2450 Wash.
Ave. u. A. Muller, Sccrotary, 25B2 Wash.
Ave. Visitors always welcome.
Royal Neighbors of America meets
every second and fourth Monday nights
of each month at 8 o'clock at tho new
Odd Fellows' hall, Fraternity building,
Visiting neighbors invited. Mary Craw
ford. Oracle. 2676 Lafayette, Ncttlo Tur
ner, Recorder, 2643 Van Buren.
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter No. 4.
O. E. S., regular meotihg3 held at Mason
ic hall on Yvusiungton Ave., between 26th
and 26th Sta., the iirst and third Fridays
of each month, sojourning members cor
dially invited to attend. Edna M.
Hamill, W. M., Linda L. Irwin, Secro
tary. Woodmen of tho World, Webor Camp
No. 74, meets in tho W. O. W. hall. Fra
ternity block, 2320 Washington avenue,
evory Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited to
attend. C. L. Nelson. C. C, W. M. Pig
gott. Clerk. P. O. Box 488.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden Aerlo
No. 118, meets evory Wednosday eveniug
at 8 o'clock at Eagles' Home, 2431 Grant
Avo. Visiting brother Eagles are invited
to attend the meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Adam Farber, W. President:
Earl Golger, Secretary; .Dr. Relnholu
Kanzler. Aerlo Physician.
Utah Camp No. 0000 Modern Woodmen
of America, ineoto oveiy Wednesday
night m the Hurst hall, 2431) Hudson
Ave. Ont of town members cordially
invited to meet with us. Fred E. Wil
liams, consul; J. R. Hinchcilff, Clerk.
Ogden Lodgo No. 55 Independent Order
of Odd Follows, meets in I. O. O. F. hall
overy Tuesday ovening. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to be present. H. P.
Petorcou, N. G. ; Henry Klssell. Secre
tary. Tho Order of Railway Employes. Ogdon
Division No. 41. meots every first and
third Fridays of each mouth at tho !
Eagles' hall, at 8;1G p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited. Adrian Schlppor, !
Secretary.
Ogden Lodgo No. 2 Knights of Pythias
moots eyery Monday ovening at 8 o'clock 1
ln Castle Hall of tho Pythian building, i
23G1 Oront avenue. Visiting Knlgbta wel
come. Fred Melssnor, C. C, w. L. Un- ,
der-wood, K. of R. S.; James McCamant.
2336 Washington Avo.. M. of F.
Neighbors of Woodcraft .Ogcron Clrclo ,
No. 681. meets tho 1st and 3rd Wednos- i
day evening of each month, at 8 o'clock I
ln tho new Woodmen hall. Visiting ,
neighbors invited. Sarah Ranson. G. N..
145 West Patterson Ave.. Phono 1235-R.
Marie Crltos, Cleric, 2731 Mouroo Ave.
Phono 3261-J.
LEGAL NOTICES I
NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLD
ERS' MEETING OF THE OREGON
LUMBER COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Oregon Lumber Com
pany -will be held at the office of said
corporation. No. 621 David Eccles
building, in Ogden City, Weber coun
ty, state of Utah, on Monday, the 28th
day of January, 1913, at- 10' o'clock,
a. m., for the purpose of electing
directors, and for the transaction of
such other ' business as may be
brought before said meeting.
At said meeting there will be sub
mitted $ proposition to amend tho
Articles of Incorporation of the Ore
gon Lumber Company, in conformity
with a resolution which will be sub
mitted to the stockholders and will be
In the form following, to wit:
RESOLUTION.
"Whereas, the capital stock of the
Oregon Lumber Comany, as provided
by Article 5 of the Articles of Incor
poration of said company, as hereto
fore amended on the 4th day of Juno,
1904, is One Million ($1,000,000) Dol
lars, divided into Ten Thousand (10,
000) shares, of the par value of One
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, of
xrf mu., -1 XTI t 1 .
jiijii nits j. iiuuaciuu rune xiunaroQ
and Eighty-six (9986) shares havo
been issued and are outstanding, upon
which tho full par value thereof has
been paid in; and,
"Whereas, for the due carrying out
of tho objects of the company it is
deemod expedient that said capital
stock should be increased to the sum
of Fivo Million ($5,000,000) Dollars,
divided into Fifty Thousand (50,000)
shares of tho par value of One Hun
dred ($100.00) Dollars each,
"Now, Therefore, Bo it Resolved, as
follows :
"That tho capital stock of Oregon
Lumber Company be' Increased from
One Million ($1,000,000) Dollars, its
present capital stock, to Five Million
($5,000,000) Dollars, divided into Fifty
Thousand (50,000) shares of the par
value of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol
lnrs each; and,
"Be It Further Resolved, that Arti
cle 5 of the Articles of Incorporation
ao heretofore amended on the 14th day
of June, 1904, be, and the same is
hereby repealed, and tho following
article to bo known as 'Article 5 be,
and the same is hereby adopted in lieu
thereof, to-wlt:
ARTICLE 5.
" 'The authorized amount of the
capital stock of this corporation shall
be Five Million ($5,000,000) Dollars,
divided Into Fifty Thousand (50,000)
shares, of tho par value of One Hun
dred ($100.00) Dollars each.'
"And, Be It Further Resolved, that
tho president or any vice president,
and tho secretary or the assistant sec
retary of said company, bo Instructed
to filo a certificate of such increase
and amendment as required by law."
Dated at Ogden, Utah, this 7th day
of January, 1918.
CHARLES T. EARLET,
Secretary.
Date of first publication, January 7,
1918.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Ogden Bench Canal & Water com
pany will be held at the city hall, on
Monday, January 14, 1918, at 8 p. m.,
for tho purpose of hearing the finan
cial report of the secretary and treas
urer for tho year 1917, and for tho
election of seven directors to serve for
h Everyday H
The name of the bridal pair should j
not appear on a card announcing their 1 IH
new address and date for receiving, ; H
when enclosed with a wedding invlta- ' H
tlon. This is pnly permiosable when
sent with announcements of the mar- ;
Questions answered by Alicia HoyL '
(Miss Hoyt will answer in this column '
all questions on matters of 'etiquette
addressed to her in care of this paper. . I !
If a personal answer Is desired enclose , -!
a 3-cent stamp.) - IH
Mary Jane: It Is not nocessary now- ' v J
adays fdr a hostess to urge a caller :
to qome again. Her cordiality, and her ; I
prompt return of the visit, imply her '
wish for a repetition of the call. In- )
dividuality should bo cultivated in all
things; and all cut-and-dried sayings
are going out of fashion. The more
one can convey by implication and !H
manner, the less one has to say out- ''H
right and language is so limited. 1
Mrs. Smith: Finger bowls should j
always be passed with fruit A bowl '
half full of water and placed upon a
plate covered with a doily, is set be-
fore each guest. Often an extra plate !
is not provided for the fruit, in which rl
case the guest lifts tho bowl and the iH
doily, and setting them to one side
uses the plate for tho fruit. After !'
the fruit is finished, tho bowl is drawn
close, and the fingerB are dipped in i
the water and wiped on the napkin.
the ensuing two years, and for the
transaction of such other business as lil
may properly come before the meeting. .
A. D. CHAMBERS. Sec'y. 6
Dated Ogden, Utah, Dec. 29, 1917. j
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS. l'jB
State of Utah, County of Weber, Og- ( jH
den City, ss. iMH
I have in my possession the follow-
ing described estray animals, which j j
if not claimed and taken away, will bo
sold to the highest cash bidder, at 184S ij IH
Washington avenue, ln Ogden City, on ,
Monday, the 21st day of January, 1918, -H
at the hour of 1:30 p. m.: . r'lH
One dark brown horse, white spots I
on black, shoes on; about ten years
old; weight about 950 pounds.
Said estray was taken up by me in j
said city on the 8th day of January,
191S. fM
F. A. NAISBITT. I
Poundkeeper of Ogden City, Utah. IH
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SUCH IMPUDENCE.
He Do you comb your hair 3Iar- i JM
cello? !)
She How dare you! My ncimo la Miss H VM
Smith. Pennsylvania Punch Bowl.
OUTBURST OF EVERET TRUE I
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