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10 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918. '
More power less repairs and lower upkeep a ometer, longer-mnninji car. The sav ing of wear, time and money. Alt are assured when you use Automobile LUBRICANTS The selected flake graphite in them prevent troublesome, expenive wear. A)k year dealer for the Dixon Lubricating Chart JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO. 53 EitablLihed 1X27 INIEIESTIi LETTER I FROM I. SANDER I IN FRANCE Iabrand Sander, pon of Mr. and Mr? J; Sander, 2032 Ballantvne avr hup. who Is now with the American forces in France, writes 'ho following niosr interesting letter to his mother, from the front "April 12 1918. "Somewhere In France. "Dear Mother II t? some time since 1 have written to you. hut up to the present time I have not been able to write to you since arriving in France nd I have hoard from neither you nor Mary since arriving on (his side of the water Something must be wronc with the mail. One of the officers told me yesterday that fully one-third of our mail would be lost, so if we had an thing important to write about we should write it in more than one In ter. 1 am foellnc better now than 1 have felt at any time since entering the army; I feel about ton years younger. 1 am heavier today than I bae been for sonip time, yet I do not look as heavy as when I left home I am twelve pounds heavier. "We are being well fed over hero and have good p!irr to live in. I have been doing the same work when David wrote when I was in quar amine and I have rather enjoyed the work, but 1 do not know how Ion-; we will stav here at the hospital 1 think we shall move again very soon In fact, from now on we will be constant ly on the move. "Today I was assigned to a big auto truck, and I will haul the raedic.tl m n and their supplies when we go up to the firing line, it will be pleasant work and I think I shall like it. We have been very busy here with our work. Now that e are about to move again I think it will be some time before we get to the front and taki part in the fight "The nearer we get to the tiring line the more convinced ain wo mu I win. win not only in a small way, but in a very large way. Germany must be crushed, whatever the r i -1 is to be Germany must be put out of her present position. It is gad thai wi must be here and make this sacrifice but I am glad that our government h -taken the stand it has I he nearer we get to the front the more certain we are that we are truly lighting for our freedom and for the freedom ol mankind in general. "There is one thing 1 h t makes ii become more evident each day ib;it we are not going to have an early peace I do' not think peace will come this year Things are constantly hap pening that put peace further away Some of iTie men believe peace will come soon, but I cannot see It that way. I am sorry that we haven't more men to 9end into the war at the pres ent time The men are learninc their new work very rapidly and will make good soldiers. "You surely can be proud that you have raised boys able to come and take part in the fight "There are a great many Americans over nere. we cannot speak the lan guage, so It Is difficult to make the people understand. However, wo gel along very nicely by talking with our hands. France is a beautiful country The people all have small farms, but every foot of them is cultivated The houses are very old, but are very neat and are in good order "There are about 500 I t ah boys in this camp. They hold their meetings on Sundays, hut so far I have not been able to attend. David and I are; still together and we see each other! almost every dav Hyrum Goddard'sj son is here in this regiment, and so, also are two of the sons of William Chappie. "You at home read a great deal about the temptations over here, but I have seen very few of them. The sol 1 diers have very little freedom. It is almost as difficult to get out of camp ' as It is to get out of Jail. On the whole the morals of the men are very "You people at home must be brave and make up your minds that you are going to bear this war patiently and nobly. You never will know what sac rifice is as the people over here in France and England know it. You Hal business men hear expert city builder at a meeting in salt lake citv j Mr George E Kessler, one of the best posted experts in city planning in America, addressed a meeting at the council chambers of the Salt Lake t'it and County Building Monday e ening. The audience consisted of city of ficials, representatives of clubs, or canizntions and associations of Salt Lake City and surrounding towns, 0. J iStllwell acting as delegate from the Weber club Mr Kesslei Impressed the audience wiih several indisputable fundamental principles necessary to the success ful development of an attractive and efficient city. Entire City Should Be Planned. Localities should bo designated for each neces&arj element composing the j cltj and the plan should be Followed out by each successive administration Without the .-ucccssful prosecution of such a plan, factories may invade resi- j donee or mercantile districts and de- stroy the values already creaied. Bach business should ho induced to I congregate( as fai as possible on a certain streel and within certain ap-j propriate area Automobile dealers in i most fines hao had the Bagacit) and forosicht to lollow this plnn. Real es tate alnes are greatl reduced when, for example, a dry goods section Is in - 1 faded nv grocery stores a residence district ma) have its value cul in two! by the invasion of a blacksmith shop Under the pre sent haphazard practice . no investor is safe. Wide Streets In Utah Cities. n account of the extraordinary width of the Streets in Salt Lake City and Ogden the immense cost of fu ture widening will not have to be un dertaken; but these rities should not allow a new section to be planed with inadequate streets or those which do nut connect anil m;t in the future need to be changed. The height of bl Hidings should bet regulated I'nder present conditions, the owner of an isolated skysrraper uses not only his own building site hut the valuable light heloneing to his neighbors. As tall buildings increase in a district so that each must neces sarily depend on its own air and light, revenue producing power is notabi decreased Proper regulations v on UJ prevent this loss in reil estate values Property Values. T nder present unregulated condi tions. property values are of a freak nature in a certain locality propertj max sell for Sj.unu or per front foot while, within a single block, piop crty will not bring more than 200 or $3ort per foot I'nder proper regula- should feel proud to do iIjo niist that' s In your power to do, for we are living in a wonderful lime "1 would like lo have I h i letter reach you on Mother's Day. Last year1 on Mother's Day we sent you some flowers and I wish we were able to do the .ame this year'. My thoughts are the same, and while 1 cannot send you flowers. I send you inv love and devotion "Now, mother. 1 hope that you are all well and happy. I am very happv to have such good parents I always remember you In m prayers. It is surely a pleasure, as wo go along in life, to look back at our childhood days and think of the traininc civon by our mothers and fathers It is not until we grow up that we can fullv realize this. May God bless you wi'h health and strength, and rnav we all soon be re united. Give mj love to father and all the family. "Your loving son, "ISABRAND SANDER. JR. '148 Field Artillery, Medical Division, " American Expeditionary Forces." AFTER THREE YEARS Man;, nu n and wonn.n are sick and don't know it Some never discover they bave kidney trouble until thej apply for life insurance. The Icldne , are working all the time, filtering pois- ! onous waste out of the blood stream, i and when they become weakened or! deranged, backache, pains in sides and ! groins, so-called rheumatism languid ness, swollen joints ancLoihr symp toms develop W B Moss Ogden. Ark , writes. "Foley Kidney Pills re in d me of severe kidney troubles , of three years standing." oo U.S. AGENT TELLS OF I. U PLOT CHICAGO, May 15. Roy C. Mc Henry. a special agent of the depart ment of justice, who investigated ac tivities of Industrial Workers of the World In the coal districts about ' Scranton. Pa., was the chief govern ment witness today in the trial of 112 members of the organization for sedi ; tious conspiracy McHenry, whose testimony preceded that of other state and local authorities in districts about Scranton. told particularly of the ef forts of two organizers, John Baldaza and Joseph Graber, to bring about strike s and dissension among the 'workers last year. He declared that j Baldaza, on being arrested, proclaimed his staunch belief in radical teachings ! of the I. w. W. and asserted they i were to him the almighty power. OH! THAT AWFUL BACKACHE IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS MAji unhealthy body, and the unhappl neaa and mleer which follow, mny ho prevented by ordinary judKwnt and care. Keep your stomach and kidneys In shape and you will have pood health. The kidney' work is to throw off the poison ous matters whtrh enter the bed?, If they perform this work rex-ularlv and automatirallv the other orgnns will take arc of themselves. Diseased conditions of the bladder or kidneys are Indicated by nervousness, aleftple-ssness, that tired wornout ffHlnsr, dizziness, nausea backache lumhaco, rheumatism, pain in the lower abdomen many so-called female troubles." severe pain and discomfort when urinating. bloody, cloudy and atria urine, too fre quent or suppressed passages All the arp J""" 1 signals to warn you of dis eased kidneys or bladder, which mav lead to fntal Rrlght's disease Don't WBit until the danger is upon you Go to your druggist at onco Get a trial box of GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Cap sule. Thej are made of the pure orig inal, imported Haarlem Oil. the kind your gr. st-jjrandfuther used About two cap sules each day will keep you toned up and feeling fine Money refunded If they do not help you. Bur remember to ask for the imported GOLD MEDAL brand In sealed packages, 2sc. 60c and J1.00. Advertisement. I tion as to the location of business, I the height of buildings and the width 'of street . property values would be much more uniform and almost en tirely stable Our predecessors deserve great credit for the beautiful avenues of shade trees ih;tt adorn our city; but, Uaid Mr Kessler, "I see no indication that the present administration or your citizens are making any effort to replace the trees which are rapidly disappearing through old age the re imoval for sued grading and oiher unavoidable causes " Mr. KesSler adised the immediate 'cutting through of our large blocks, III will never he cheaper Great tax able values would arise from the utilization of all this potentially valu 'able land. Development of Pleasure Resorts The speaker made plain the value to a city of dc eloping adjacent pleas ure resorts and lines of transporta tion reaching them. Citizens in com fortable circumstances will not always be satisfied with one or two short drives or trolley ride-- to the same place da aftei daj This feature was subsequently en larged t:pon b n gentleman ironi Los! nceles. who stated that 4n people' left Salt Lake Citj e.ich year for per manenl residence In Los ngeies ori Other large cities for the sole reason that Salt lake City and itu environ-, nient elo not provide entertainment for: people having a few hours each day. or a few weeks each year that ma be' devoted to recreation and pleasure, while California has noiabh i iteredi to such desires The Ogden representative endorsed these sentiments and. furthermore. I specifically presented the feasibility ,ind advisability of developing thee outlv.ng points of interest and con-' structing good roads to them. The speaker, probably wiihout tak- ing into due consideration the pres ence of outside representatives, ex- ' horted Salt Lake City as the center of the state, to allow no opportunity to go undeveloped for making itself the hub of the Interinount&in country. Out side towns and resorts should be cod dled and assisted where possible, in! iheir declopment with the sole idea hat they become feeders to the great center. All these outlying localities should be ai the end of one of the spokes emanating from this central hub. This absolute! new idea of holding ihe tourisl in the slate bv directing him to outside points of in. crest un- , doubtedly produced a profound shock. AUTO ACCIDENT: BOYS FORFEIT a 11 When the cases against two well known young men who gave their name? as Jos M Kelly and Jack Browne, were called in the municipal court yesterday morning on charges of being drunk, the defendants did not appear and their bail money in the sum of $50 each was declared for feited. The young men were arrested Tues day evening after an automobile they were driving had collided with the machine of Dr E. M Conroy at the corner of Adams avenue and Twenty -sixth streel When taken to the po lice Station the young men admitted that they were drunk, according to the police statements, and they gave bail oo IMITATOR Of BIS TO BE IN OGDEN WITH CHAUTAUQUA Charles Crawford Gorst. ihe Bos ton naturalist, who is coming to Chautauqua, has made the study of birds and their songs his life work He has literally lived in the open, analyz ing and recording the music of feath ered songsters the oldest music known to man. .-s a boy familiar with (he untamed woods and prairies of the west, Mr. Gorsl listened to birds un til, with no other teacher, he learned to sing their songs so perfectly that the little songsters would answer and fly to him The development of this gift of song was no small task, bis vocal organs for two months refusing to produce a sound, and the extraordinary results now attained were reached only as a result of constant practice, unflag jglng zeal and endless patience. A real lover of birds, Mr Gorst con I Chived the idea of interpreting the ! wood songstf rs to his fellow men, and I spent y ears in memorizing and setting I down, by means of a method of song writing which he originated, more than one hundred bird songs. With the help of charts and pastel bird paintings specially prepared bv him self (for in addition to his abilities as an interpreter of bird songs, Mr. Gorst is an artist of rare talent) he has been for years reproducing, and describ ing the beautiful in bird music While presenting this unique entertainment Mr. Gorst s purpose Is to awaken a re newed interest in birds and nature. This phase of his work has .brought him prominently into favor with lead ing societies devoted to, nature study, and his record of successful appear ances before such' organizations is constantly increasing. These socle ties have united in accepting him as an authority upon birds and bird songs and nave given his wofk enthusiastic approval, as evidenced in his recent election to membership in the Ameri can Ornithologist's Union. oo l Read the Classified Ads. HE WAS FORCED TO GIVE UPJS WORK Suffered Five Year and Couldn't Find Relief Tanlac Ends Troubles. "1 know several others besides my self who are taking Tanlac. and they all say it g doing (hem a world of good, too." said J. A. Mellon, who Is with the Central Coal & Fuel Co.. and lives at 527 South Sixteenth street, Boise City. Idaho, in an interesting in terview recently "During the past five years," Mr Melton continued. "I have suffered so much from rheuniat ism, disordered kidneys, and Stomach trouble that life was a burden to me. and especially has this been the case for the past seven or eight monlhs. My whole body seemed to be effecied with rhe-uma-lism my kidnes bothered me con stantly and my back and sides pained me so 1 w as almost distracted. My j stomach was so upsei that everything 1 would eat disagreed with me I had fearful headaches and was so very nervous fni months I never knew what it was to gel a good night s sleep My entire system Beeined filled up with poisons I was in such a badly run, down condition, and suffered so much last summer and fall that 1 was forced to ne up my work and take lo mv bed. and for three .months I was sim-l ply m agony. I ibink I trieri everv medicine that was suggested, and paid I out more than (160 for treatment, nut cot only a little temporary relief I had just about abandoned all hope I of ever getting up again and 1 don't I ie(knn I would if n badn I been fori Tanlac' Well, I bad been reading so, much in 'he papers about Tanlac, that i concluded to try it, although I must admit as 1 bad been disappointed BO much I had littleirlea that it would I help me Rut I certainly was agree ably surprised after taking a few doses to find an improvement in my feeimcs My appetite picked, up and j then all mv i roubles began to disap- j pear I soon got to eating any thing I wanted, and my rheumatic trouble gradually left me. My head never nches now, and my nerves are calm and steady, and I sleep every night 1-ke a Ion I have laken three bottles of Tanlac now and am going to keep it up for a while, but it has already put mu in 0 shape io where I (an work every day out in all sorts of weather, and it doesn't seem to hurt me one bit Yes. sir, Tanlac has certainly made life worth liv ing for me, and is (he one 1 medicine that I can recommend teeling sure that it will help anybody that will giv it a fair trial. Bee that the name of G F Willis and Cooper Medicine Co. are on each I hot tie of Tanlac None genuine with I out. Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R Mclntyre Drug Co., Eccles Bide. only. Advert isenient Hid vein know thnt nl meat-eating an I j mnls lap up water w ith the tonjr.ie. while . those, sne-h a the ox and horse, which feed upon grama Ol CTaiwfn suck It up? OO I There is no silver i Ml In German sil l vei the metal ijs a compound of copper r.m- and nickel, the proportions of oarh inprcdient varying according to the u?e to hwie-h the German silver" article Is 'r, I if- put. I - SUPERFLUOUS HAIR WHY ST INCREASES Hnlr HlW Mi la edmnlalfd and itm frron-o? rtBoul la nfffunri when merely itmorrt from the urfo-f of the aWln. Ttie only logi cal and practical way to ranor hair la to attaek It under the akro. UcMlrnrlc. tha origin-til aanttnry liquid, doea thla by abaoratlon. Only craalor DeUlracle ha a moTir -Lack ajnarnntee In ea.-h package. At toilet eoantera In tOe. fl and 2 alaea, or by mall from m Ha plain, wrapper om receipt of price, KRE5B book mailed la plain aealed earelope on reqaeor. DeiMlracle, laeth St. and Park Aw,Xw 1 ork BATHING CAPS When you take a dip in the Hot Springs Get a cap Large assortment I 25c to $1.00 McBride Drug Co. Tha Houm of Quality. i 2463 Wathlnflton. I 1 -i- ! Ask Your Dealer for "SUPERIOR" i ROCK SPRINGS COAL 'The All-Purpose Coal" 1 Furnace Range Heater Lasts Longer Stores Better Mined by miners 100 per cent of whom subscribed for a Third Lib erty Loan Bond. t - - A I Members Denver Consolidated Stock Exchange. Bankers 1t National Bank, Denver H. E. WINSER a CO. Stockbroker. 210-11-12 Empire Building, 16th St. 8tocka Bought and Sold on All Mar kets In U S A. and Canada. Price List Mailed on AppllcatUn, Denver, Cola. I V , Annual TaxSalc Notice- in hereby given, in accordance with Section 2655. Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907. as amended bv Chapter 114, Session Lawn of Dtah, 1911, that Weber County, Utah, by .ind through its board of county commissioners, will, on Monday, May 20, 1918, at 12 o'clock noon at the front door of the Count Court. House, in Ogden Cllv, Weber county, Utah, offer for sale In separato parcels for cash, all of the real eslate hereinafter described, to gether with all other real estate held by Weber count v under (ax deed, and on such sale the county clerk of We ber county, Utah, will execute and de. liver to the purchaser all of the title Sn 6 ;S,T of U,ah- bounty of Weber. City of Ogden. or any town or srhc 1 lor othe" taxing district -.rl in tLe real estate r i j ex opt ing bow -ever, any interest held by Ogden City, under tax sale niacin to Ogden City up to and including oales for delinquent taxes for 1894. No bid will be accepted for leRa (h?.n all taxes, costf and interest lo date 0f sale herein referrr., to MART J.N p BROWN, Moroni 8KEEN, p. h. ensign, Board of County Lommissionera ol Weber County, Utah. C. M Ramey, i. ouni clerk of We ber count:,. 1 tab. I'ated April 15, 1918. First puolication April 15. 1918. Last publication May IS, 1918. LIST OF PROPERTY UNDER TAX DEED TO WEdhR COUNTY TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT PUB LIC AUCTION AS ABOVE STATED. Being the S. 50 ft. of the W. 30 ft. of Loi 2, Block Z, Plat "A", of Ogden City Survey. Being the W. 2.5 it ol Lot 1, Block 9, Flat ' A", of Ogdeu City Survey Being the N 117 ft. ol the S. 2U2 ft of Lot 5. Block 10, Plat "A", ol Ogden City Survey. Be.ng tue S. 41 25 ft. of Ihe N. 85 i uf Lot 6, Block 10, Plat A", ol Ogden City burvey. Being the S. C6 It. ct Lot 9, Block 11. i'lat "A", of Ogc.en Lily Survey. Beginning Uu it. N iruin the S. E. cor. of Lot 2, Block 13, Plat "A", ogden City Survey ; th. W. 37 ft N. 20 ft., W. 50 5 ft.. N. 4 ft., E. i7 5 ft . S. 24 ft. to the place of beg. The taxes herein include: personal lax in Book E, page 85 Being the 1-2 of Lot 7, Black 31, I'lat "A", of Ogden City survey. i la i A", of Ogden City Sur.ey. Being the E. 2.9 ft of Lot 2, JUjck 55, Flat "A", of Ogden City Survey. Being the W. 33 ft of the N. 12 of Lot 8. Block 4, Plat "B, of Ogdn City Survey. Being the E. 6i ft. of the W. U of Lot 1, Block 11, PlaL B' , of ugden City Survey. Being the N. 66 ft. of E. 14S.5 ft. of ihe . 181.5 ft. of Lot 8, Block lo, Plat " B' . Ogden City Survey. I Being part of Lots 3 and i. Block 16, i'lat C", Ogden City Survey. Beg 165 ft. N. and 33 ft. E. Iroin (he S V. cor of Lot 3. Block 16. Plat "C", Ogden City Survey th N 14.6 ft.. W. 157 ft, S 14 6 ft., E. 157 ft. to the ; lace of beg. Being part of Lots 4 and 7, Block 16, Flat "C ', Ogden City Survey. Beg. 165 ft. N. and b ft. E from the S. W. cor of Lot 4, Block 16, Plat 'C". 'Ogden City Survey, th .V 41. ft., E. 17 ft., S. 341.J It., W . 17 ft to the place of beg Being part of Lots 6. 7 and 8, Block 16, Fiat "C". Ogden City Survev Beg. 125 ft. from ihe N. W. cor. of Loi 6, Block 16. Plat "C", Og don City Survey, th S. 14 6 ft., L 297 ft.. N. 14.6 ft.. W. 297 ft. to ibe place of beg ' Being the N. 165 ft. of the E of Lot 10, Block 31, I'lat "C", Ogden ciiy Survey, j Being the N. 41 ft of the E. 148 6 ft. of the W. 297 fL of Lot 5, Block 39, Plat "C", Ogden City Survey. Being the E. 50 ft. of the W. 297 ft. of Lot 6, Block 39. Plat ' C ", Ogden City Survey, i Being the S 50 ft. of the W. 125 ft of Lot 2. Block 71, Plat ' C", Ogden City Survey, Being the N. 2 ft. of the S. 96 ft. of ihe W. 125 ft. of Lot 2, Block 71, Plat "C", Ogden City Survey. Part of Lots 2 and 3, Block 10, S. O. S., Ogden City Survey Beg at the intersection of the N. line of 32nd St. 1 and W. line of Hudson Ave., in Ogden City, Utah; th. N. 110 ft I W. 42.5 fl., S. 110 ft., E. 42 5 ft. I to the place of beg. Being the E. 50 ft. of the S. 20 8 ft Of Lot 13, Block 10, S. O. S.. of I Ogden City Survey Being Uie N 82.5 ft. of the S 344 ft.. of W. 53 75 ft. of E 16125 ft of' Lot 13. Block 10, S. O. S. of Ogden j Citj Survey. Lots 12 to 15, Block 1, Brummitt's Ad-I UHIUU. Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Brummitt's Ad dition. Lot "C", Brummitt's Adaition. Lot "D", Brummitt's Addition. Lot 43. Capitol Addition. Being the West 5 ft. of Lot 6, Block 3, Central Park Addition. Being all of Lot 11 and S. 11 ft of Lot 12. Block 5, Central Park Annex Add. lo Ogden City. Lot 26. Block 7. Central Park Add Lots 23 to 44. Block 2,City Park Add. Beg. 270 30 ft. N. from the S. W. cor. of Lot 4, Block 1, Ciopsey's Third Add ; th. N. Ill ft.. N. 58 deg. 56 ruin. E. 264.8 ft, S. E. to a point 86 deg 22 min. E 395 ft., to the place of beg. Being Lot 33, Dankowski's Subdivision of Lots 5 to 8. Block 56, Plat "A", Ogden City Survey. Lots 1 to 6, Block 1, Dunn's Addition. Lots 44 to 47, Block 3, East Park Ad dition. Lots 24 and 25. Block 13, Florence Park Addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lot 1 to 5. Block 1, King's Addition to Ogden City. Being the E 34 ft of W. 68 ft. of Lots 1 to 5, Block 1, King's. Addition to Ogden City, Utah. Being S. 17.5 ft. of Lot 12. Block 26. Lakcview Addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lots 13 and 14, Block 26, Lakevlew Addition. Lots 1 to 3, Block 28, Lakcview Addi tion. Lot 8. Block 40. T pkevlew Addition. Lots 24 and 25, block 46, Lakevlew ad dition. Lots 25 to 36. block 47, Lakevlew ad dition. Lot 8, block 1. Monterey addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lots 13 and 14, block 1, Mountain lew addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lot 32, block 1. Mountain View addi tion to Ogden City, Utah. Lots 39 and 40, block 2 Mountain View addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lots 20 and 21. block 10. Mountain View addition lo Ogden City. Utah. Lots 1 to 5. block 15, Nob Hill addition to Ogden City. Utah. Being the east 16 foot of lot 7, block 16. Nob Hill addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lots 10 to 12. block 22, Nob Hill addi tion to Ogden City. Lot 14, block 16, Nob Hill Annex addi tion to t gden i Ity. Lots 21 to 25, block 15 Nob Hill Annex 'addition to Ogden City. Lot 2. block 4, Otto Berber's addition. Lots 1 to 4, block 2, Prospect Heights addition. Lots 41 to 44. block 2. Prospect Heights addition. Lots 9 to 14. block 2, River Tark ad dition. Lots 1 and 2, block 3, River Park ad dition. Lots 3 to 8, biock 3, River Park addi tion Lot 1, biock 5. River Park addition, j Lots 2 to 4. block 5. River Park addi tion. Lots 27 and 28, bloc 3, River Park ad dition. Lots 29 and 30, block 5. River Park ad dition. Lots 5 and 6, block 7, River Park ad-, dition. Lots 17 and 18. block 7. River Park ad dit on Lots 13 and 14, block 11. River Park addition, i Lots 17 to 20, block 12, River Park ad dition. Lots 5 to 8, block 13, River Park ad dition. Lots 17 to 23. block 13, River Park ad ! dition. . Lots 1 and 2, block 14 Rivr Park ad j dition. Lous 28 to 32, jlock 15, Ri.er Park ad dition. I ots 7 to 'j block 16, R.ver Park aa 'nion. Lotf 2.x ic. 32, b'ock 16. Kiver I'ark ad- dltion I South k of lot 12, bb.ck 1, Riverview addition. Lot 45, block 1, Riverside Park addi- t-'on. I Lots 20 and 21, block 4. Rushton addi tion. 'Lcis 26 to 38, blo:k 4, Ruchton addi tion. Jeing the S. 16 It. 4 in. of lot 20 nd N. 16 ft. 8 in. of lot 21, block 1,1 South Park addition to Ogden City. Utah. All ol iota 22 to 28, and S. 20 ft. of lot 2L. Oiock 1, btepneus First addi tion io Ogdeji City, Utah. Lou lo to 1, block 2. btepbens Krst addition to Ogden City, Utah. Lots is and 19, bioct: 2. Stephens First addiiicn. Lot , bmck 2, Stephen's first addition. Beg. 2u tu E. ironi the .vL. coiner oi iOi i, block 2, biepucu s nibt ad dition to ogden Cii). luh, the souln bo.3 ii., east 0i 5 it., UOrih oSi.3 It., weai 6i-o it., lo luc- place of oeginuing. (except that pail redeeaieu Uj Jonn i . o eill as iollows: Being the south 30 fl. more or leos ol tne east Oi.G tt. ui that pail 01 me aooe ueacriocu 'anu vhicii uea auuiu oi 3iid St., ui Ugueu c. uu ) (,.jie; is.uce ine aaie oi aOo.tr leal t'oiaie in 1912, ine deaciipuou ui this pioperiy has Oeen changed to sec. 4, TvAp 5 north ranga 1, ve.-i in iiunbucoi 4 oi aaid MLllUll. Lot 3, block 1, Taylor a addition. Lot 1 and south 4 it. oi ioi 2, Dlock 5, lerrance sub. Loi 3, Diocu , xerrace subuiv iaion. I lOlS i and &, biocK 6, itl laiice auodiv- laion. . Lota 1J lo 16, block 8, Terrauce sub di loiou. I Lois 36 lo 40, block 2, Valley View ad dition. ' Soutn lu it. of lot 42 and all of lot 43. block 2, alley lev addition to Ugdc-n Uity, L lab. Lots 41 and 42, biock 4, oodmansee 5 addition. 1 Lots 1 and 5, block 7, oodmansee's addition. Section 0, township 5 norlh, range 1 w Cat. Beg. 4o- i3 It. aouiu anu JJ'J I it. ease 110m imeiaecuou ol eaal line ol v aaumtjiou acnuc and north line 01 aection a, township 5 north range i west, S. L. M, L. b. survey, tn. nonh 66 5 it., east 33.3 ft., south 5t.5 it., west 33.3 ft., to ihe place ol beginning. Section 5, towuanip 0 uoi ih, range 1 west. BegiuniUti on me weal line ol Grant avenue, 2a4 tt. souih lrom north line 01 section 0. township; 5 north, K. 1 weal, 6. i. m.. l. b. 1 survey , ih. south b it., weal 1S fi., north t It , easi l;w it. to piace ol' beginning. Section y, township 5 north, range 1 weal. Beginning 21. 4o chs. east ana 8.9o6 ens. norm ironi soutnvvesi corner ol Ihe normwest J4 aection 9 township 5 north, K. 1 west, s. L. M., 0. S survey; ih. norm 7u 1L, east luu 11., southwest to a point 145 ft east Horn the point of beginning. West to the place of beginning. N. W. Ot S. E. K of Sec 9, Tp. 5 North, Range 1 West. Beg at the S. N . cor 01 Block 33, South Ugden I'lat A, th S. 570 ft., E. 167 ft.. N. 570 ft., S. 167 ft. to the place oi" beg. IE. oi S. E. U of Sec. 15. Twp. 5 North. Range 3 West. Beg. 16.12 chs. S from the N. E. cor. of the S. E. t of Sec 15. Twp. 5 N.. R. 3 W., S. L, M., U. S. survey, th W 11 ft. S. 10 chs, E. 11 ft, 1,. ici chs to the place of beg. S. E. J4 of N. E. )4 of Sec. 4, Twp. 6 North. Rrange 1 West. Beg. at the S. E. cor of the N. E. U of Sec. 4. Twp. 6 N.. R. 1 W., S. L. M. U. S. survey; th N. 5 chs, W. 1 25 chs. S. 13 rds, W. 13 rds, N. 13 rds. W to center of county road, south westerly along road to a point 5 t4 chB. W. of beg., E. 5.64 chs 10 the place of beg. S. E U of Sec. 16, Twp. 6 Xorth Range 1 West. Beg. 236 3 ft s' from the N. E. cor of the S. e' i of Sec. 16. Tp. 6 N.. K. 1 W.. s". L M., U. S. survey; th S 88 dec 16 mln, W. 343.5 ft. S. 50 mm W 1243 ft.. E. 349.3 ft. N. 1258 6 ft to the place of beg SCC'66x1i7k VN'nh' RaDe 1 WcSt' 66x-ll.Stf ft. Beg. 421.14 ft W., ""aaaaaaaaaaiaaaaa,, 5 line of Second BtJSftj of TA ash. Ave. in Ogden City it ui? th S. 66 ft. W. 21186 ft N ftc , E. 211 86 ft to the place 0fW ft N. W. i of Sec. 29, Tp. 6 N vl , West and N. W. U of Sp'c 3oil 6 N . Range 1 West (.20 acre) 3 145.5 ft S. from the N E L Sec. 30, Tp. 6 N R. 1 W S 1F18 U. S. survey; th W. 82 87 ft VL giM. N. es tt.w.!ipsu; from the N. E cor of Sec 3 JJ 6 N.. R. 1 w S. L. M., U S ; 8S vey, th S. 261.5 ft. E 82.R; ft 0 i 399 ft, W. 107.68 ft. N. 660 ft S 24 8 ft to the place of beg A,,L' beg 660 ft S from the N E rorS Sec 30. Tp. 6 N . R. l.W. S L v V. S. survey, th S. 37 dec ' W.toC P. rlght of way eAoS line of said section, N. to the dSS of beg. v tfl 1 1 West (1 acre). Beg. at the in"r section of E. line of "A" Ave a'ni S. line of 25th St., In Ogden fiu Utah, th. E 146.66 ft. S. 293 7 V W, 146 66 ft, N. 29S.7 ft. to tfi place of beg. S. W. U of Sec. 33, Tp 6 N.. Range 1 est Beg at the intersection of the S line of 32nd St. aQ(j line of Sec. 33, Tp. 6 N R. 1 y 9 L. M., U. S. survey th S. 165 2S ft E. 29 4 ft, N. 165.25 ft, W. 2s!t to the place of beg. tt'. of S. E. U of Sec 5, Tp n Range 2 W. (2.50 acres), iw 1233 ft. S. and 1173 26 ft ',. from the N. W. cor of the S E U 0f Sec. 5. Tp. 6 N R. 2 W., S L M 1 Purvey, th N. 550 ft. westerly and southerly along river to a point w of beg.. E 400 ft. to the place of beg. W. 2 of N. E. U of Sec 22. Twp 5 North, Range 3 W. (28.5 acres) Bing the S. 937.7 ft of the M 2257.7 ft of the ttr. of the N E of Sec. 22, Twp. 6 N., T 3 YY S. L. M U. S. survey. N. E. J4 of N. E. Vi of Sec 23, Twp h N , Range 4 W. (12.70 acres) 3elng all of that portion of the N E. 14 of the N. E. V& of c V Twp. 6 N , R. 4 W., S. L. M U, s! survev, lying east and north oi Great Salt lake. N. E. hi of N. E. of Sec. 19, Twp. 7 N , R. 1 tt'. (15.63 acrcsc) Beg 434.86 ft W. from the S. E. cor of the N of the N. E. 14 of Sec. 19, Twp. 7 N, R. 1 W , S. L. ML, U. S. survey, th. W. 895.14 ft, 46.9 ft. to crek, northeasterly along creel: to county road, so'itb asterly and southerly along road to the place of beg. N. E. U of N. W. U of Sec. 30, Tp. 7 North, R. 1 W. (1 85 acres). Beg. 140 rods N. and 11.48 rods W. and 1 deg E from the southeast cor ner of the N. W. i of Sec. JO, Tp. 7 N., R 1 tt . S. L. M.. U. S. sur vey; th. N. 77 deg. W. 16 rds, S. 1 deg, tt . 19 rods, S. 77 deg. E. 16 rds to I ho nlo or r f K r c N. E. u of Sec. 22, Twp. 8 N, R. 1 W. t 160 acres) Being all of the N L 1 't ol Sec. 22, Twp. 8 N., K. 1 W, S L. M., U. S. survey. Being all of bee. I, Twp. 6 N., R. 3 E , 5. L. M. (587.20 acres), U. S. sur- 1 ev . L S. E. U of S. tt". U of Sec. 8, Twp. J N., R 1 B. (21 acres). Leing ibe E. 61.10 rods of the S. 55 rods of the S. E t oi the S . '4 oi Sec 6, Tp. 7 N , K. 1 E , S. L. M., I. S, survey. S. W. of N. W. 1; of Sec. 20, Twp. 7 N., R. IE. (I acre), beg. ii rods 11 ft. E. from the N. W. cor. , Of the S. YY. of the N. W. :4 0'. s Sec. 20, Twp . N , R. 1 E, 6. L 'J L. S. survey, th S. 10 rods, L I: 16 rods, N. 10 lods, W. lb roils 10 the place of beg. Sec. 35, Tp. 7 N., R. 1 E. (1 50 acre;). Beg. 9.5 chs E and 4 rods N. froa the S. W. cor of tho N. W. J4 ol Sec. oj, Twp. 7 N.i R. 1 E B. L M., U. S. survey; th N. 1 deg. 2'i min.. E 4.92 chs, 3. 88 deg. 30 min. E. 3.25 chs, S. 1 deg. 3u min. W. 4.92 chs . W to the place of beg. S. E. U of Sec. 13. Twp. 7 N., R. 4 B (160 acres). Being the S. E. ! of Sec. 13, Tp 7 N., R. 4 E , S. L M., L. S. survey. NOTICE. Ogden Petroleum company, prlnci- pal place of business, Ogden City, Utah. There are delinquent upon the fol- B lowing described stock, on accoant of assessment levied on the 25fh day of n March, 191S, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective Jf shareholders as follows: Shares No. Amt Mr No. of Cert. Du Albert Greenwell . . 400 13 - : W. A. Hickenlooper 1,000 33 5.w E. S Hall 2J)00 53 W T". F. Hickenlooper ... 1,000 22 5.0i j P. Hickenlooper ... 600 270 8.0 W Catherine How el .. 180 206 J TH Ensign Hernck ... 1,000 ... 5 coj A. J. Johnson 1.000 ... 5.00 Charles Immcs 2,000 ... 1W . Lillie Light 250 ... 1- IB J. M. Leinen 200 ... 1 5U m D. O. Minnock 500 143 2.5U Mrs C. H. Murphy. 125 59 & ttalter Blair 1,000 26 o1 -a Mrs E C Bvbee... 1,200 ... 6W tt'. s Bosgieter . . . 200 205 J-JJ George F. Brophy. . 300 251 f 0K ,Emil Bachman 1,000 2,3 ,' W. C. Clark 10.000 70 SOW i Craig Canning Co. . 2.500 11 Bft Mrs. C. C. Child.... 25.400 156 l-V':' 1 Mrs Goldie Clark . .1.000 134 Tillie E. Dalton . . . 1.000 136 W" Margaret Dodaon .. 2.000 107 10 ' ! Thomas Farr 2.000 45 1-" drian Farr 15.500 ... ' ! Ralph W. Farr .... 4.000 ... I C. L. Farr 1.000 ... 'Bhu I Max Mallendorf ... 8.000 187 40.u Mrs. Ella Nicely .. 125 15S Jgj Ogd.-n Examiner . 3.000 269 J5-JJ !Ezra M. Peterson . 3.000 C5 i I Rudolph Pauli 1.000 147 rj-j J. W Reeves .. .. 200 38 ; 0 Charles M. Ramey 200 . v Leonard Rackham 100 250 R. Stark 1.000 58 &. I). L, Smith 1.000 113 -f0 1 ( Margaret Sullivan . 20 207 -1 Geo. O. Stevens . 100 . - Qtifef Fred E. Williams. - 1.000 118 j i" R. E. Worrell 200 164 lg Hfo V. J Young . . . 100 151 et, And in accordance with i i J. p man shares of each parcel of su ' stock as may be necessary will t.w so pv. at the office of said company, .No. n Twenty-fourth street, Ogden. I . the 20th day of May at the hou' a. m. to pav delinquent a-u'siue tj thereon, together with the co?t or -. vertlslng and expense of pale. 1 . A. L OLASMANN. Secretary -Treasurer 360 Twenty-fourth St.. Ogden, L