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k1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 l
f I l h E AL E S TATE
l F OR MEAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS
l
JlOOO WILL buy northwest cornor
I 2Uli and Jackson 7C 12x148 12 feot
j P Parsons Broom hotel S1S121
I j FOURROOM brick house near rail
road district large lot shade trees
and Inn 2000 on part time Hun
tor ICouncdy 211 First Nat bank I
8Slt
VLL OR any part of C acres flno fruit
L or garden land In 32th street dis
trict line water right terms If do
Hired J M Forriutnll 414 lot Nat
I Bank bldg S9lmo
LEGAL
CARBONATE HILL MINING coT
Location of f rlnclpnl Place of Bus
iness Ogden Utah
NOTICE There arc delinquent up
cu the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on the
5lh daY of July 1910 the several
amounts set opposite the names of
the respective shareholders as fol
lows
Names No of Cort Shrs AmU
P McCarthy fl 1000 1000
y j Carroll 34 250 250
W J Carroll 155 250 250 I i
LB Burke 37 100 400 I
p M Coblmn 39 500 500
O W lolo 52 1000 1000 I
C E Franco 56 2000 2000
R M Cobban SO 1000 1000
IL M Cobban 81 1000 1000
R M Cobban 82 1000 1000
S A Kennedy S4 loP 150
Jerry Mulllns 91 2550 255C I
Jerry Mulllns 92 2500 2500
C li France 101 3000 3000
C E Frnncel0S 1000 1000 I
p B France 109 1000 1000
Anna A Haskett 133 1000 1000
MrsCAMcCarthy 257 1000 1000
James S Casey2GO 2000 2000
A F Rice 27S 1000 1000
R M Cobban 282 2500 2600
A F Rice 283 1000 1000
J A Honshaw385 500 500
1 A Hon6haW3C 500 500
P McCarthy 390 500 500
Jerry Mulllns 39G 5000 5000 I
Hohry BarUfelt 413 lOM 1000 I
J H l1AIoneH7 1000 1000
Henry BuUett418 1000 1000
Honry Bartlott419 1000 100
Henry BarUott120 1000 000
J A Henshaw 130 1000 1000
P McCarthy432 500 500
L A May 4S3 500 500
L A May 434 500 500
A F Rico 441 1000 1000
A F Rico 442 500 500
H L Kloch 147 300 300
II L Klock448 200 200
Nora Burke 450 1500 1000
Jus D Sullivan 451 1350 1350
W J Carroll453 500 500
F A Carroll 454 500 50
M B Burke458 400 100
T J Kolly 402 1000 1000
Mrs Edith Maloney 485 1000 1000
Mrs Edith Maloney 487 100 1000
Henry Bartlett497 500 500
Mary Cottor151 241 241
Mrs Ellen E Can
non 155 9C2 962
Chas F McCrearylG2 403 403
Jas H McCreary 163 403 403
Win W McCrearylG4 403 403
John A McCroary 1G5 403 403
Emmet HMcCrcary 1GG 403 403
Mary B Shelby 167 404 404
Mary A DntonIG8 403 403
W H DeFranco 169 282 282
Chas B Keller 170 282 282
Eloazer Nakeley 171 282 282
Geo W Doane172 282 282
Arthur 0 Wakeley173 284 284 i
EM West C017G 1000 1000 I
C C Dye 187 1000 1000
Axed H Olson 190 500 500
And In accordance with law and tho j
resolution of the board of directors i
made on tho said 5th day of July 1910 I
so many shares of eaoh parcel of said
stock as may be necessary will be
sold at the office of said company
rooms 519 and 520 First National
Bank Building Ogden Utah on tho j
10th day of September 1910 at the I
hour of noon to pay delinquent as j
sessments thereon together with the
costs of advertising and expenses of I
the sale
T D JOHNSON Secretary
Office rooms 51920 First National
Bank Bldg Ogden Utah
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineers Office
Salt Lake City Utah Aug 15 1910
Notice Is hereby given that Emil H
Anderson whose poatotflce address Is I
Ogden Utah has made application In I
accordance with the requirements of
the Compiled Laws of Utah 1907 ns
amended hy the Scission Laws of Utah I I
1909 to appropriate OHO 1 cubic
foot per second of water from springs I
In Weber county Utah Said springs
ire situated tit a point which lies
north 40 feet and cast 1240 feet dla I
tant from the south quartor corner
> f Section 34 Township G north
Range 1 west Salt Lake base and
meridian The water will be divert
ed at the place where It Issues from
Huld springs and conveyed by means I
of a pipe line for a distance 2000 I
feet whore It will bo used during the
period from April 1 to October 1 In
elusive of each year to Irrigate ap
proximately 30 acres of land em
hracod In Section 3 Township f north
Range 1 west Salt Lake base and
meridian As a secondary purpose
as much of said water as may be nec
ossary will be used during the entire
year for domestic purposes This ap
plication Is designated In the Stato
Engineers office as No 3093
All protests against the granting of
said application stating tho reasons
therefor must bo made hy affidavit in
duplicate and filed In this offico w ith
In thirty 30 days after the comple
ITS THE
THERlverdale
flour
H Q
THAT IS THE BEST
Made by the
OGDEN MILLING AND
ELEVATOR CO
Ogden Utah
12500 PER LQT Your choice of two
01 more of 28 Iota In Nevada audi
I tion J p Parsons Broom hotel
S
i
10000 PER ACRE From 20 to SO
acres S 12 of SE 14 sec 2
9000 per aero From 20 to SO
acres N 12 of SE 14 sec 2
8000 per acre from 5 to 40 acres
S 12 of NE 14 gee 2
All above lands on Sand RIdge T
5 N R 2 W well tlmbcnfd wlth cage
brush and cedar Apply J F Parrons
Broom hotel 821tf
I LEGAL
Continued
lion of the publication of this notice
CALBB TANNER
Stato Engineer
Date of Drat publication August 20
1910 date of completion of publication
September 19 1910
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
plied Laws of Utah 1907 and tho au
thority vested In me by said section
I tho undersigned THOMAS B
PARR Treasurer of Ogden City We
ber County Utah hereby give public
notice that a special tax amounting
to 897000 dollars has been levied
for sower district No 106 for the pur
pose of constructing plpo sowors In
said district by an ordinance duly
passed by the City Council of Ogdon
City Utah and njiprovcd by tho Mayor
of said city on August 10th 1910 said
taxes being lovled on all of tie abut
ting property on the following streets
comprising said sower district No
lOG All that part of Twontytlfth
street from Jackson to Taylor ave
nues and Capitol avenue from Van
Buron to Harrison avenues
The said tax Is payable In 5 In
stallments
The first Installment becomes de
linquent September 29th 1910
Tho second installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1911 I
The third installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1912
Tho fourth Installment bocomes de
linquent August 10 1918
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1914
Each of Bald Installments except
the first nhall draw Interest at the
rate of 7 per cent por annum from
tho dato of the levy as aforesaid and
if any or either of said installments t
shall be unpaid when they become de
llnquent interest thereon shall bo 10
per cent per annum until such delin
quent assessments arc fully paid Said
tax shall be enforced and collected as
in any other case of special tax and
If not paid the property on which said
levy Is made will be advertised and
sold according to law This special
tax Is payable at my office at the City
Hall Ogden City Utah
THOMAS B FARE
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By C T Koons Deputy
Aug 19 1910
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to section 278 of the Com
plied Laws of Utah 1907 and the au
thority vested In me by said section
I the undersigned THOMAS B FARR
treasurer of Ogden City Wobor Coun
ty Utah hereby give notice that a
special tax amounting to 355000 dol
lars has been levied for sower dis
trict No 03 for the purpose of con
structlnp pipe sewerB In said district
bj an ordinance duly passod by the
City Council of Ogden City Utah and
approved by the Mayor of said city on
July 20th 1910 said taxes being lov
led on all of the abutting property on
tho following streets comprising said
sewer district No 103 all that part
of Moffits Lane from Twentysecond
to Twentythird streets and Capitol
avenue from Quincy to Van Buren
avenues
The said tax Is payable In i > install
ments
The first Installment becomes de
linquent September 8th 1910
The second installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1911
Tho third Installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1912
The fourth Installment becomes de
llnquunt July 20th 1913
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1914
Each of said Installments except
the first shall draw interest at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum from
the date of the levy as aforesaid and
If anv or either of said installments
shall be unpaid whon they become de
llnquent Interest thereon shall be 10
per cent per annum until such delin
quent assessments are fully paid Said
tax shall he enforced and collected
as in any other case of special tax
and If not paid the property on which
mild levy Is made will he advertised
and sold according to law This spec
ial tax Is payable at my office at the
City Hall Ogden City Utah
THOMAS B FARR
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By C T Koons Deputy
Aug 19 1910
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 27S of tho Com
j piled Laws of Utah 1907 and the an
1 thority vested In me by said section
I I the undersigned THOMAS B
j FARR Treasurer of Ogden City We
I ber County Utah hereby give public
notice that a special tax amounting
to 393GC4 Dollars has been levied
I
for Paving District No 101 for the
I purpose of constructing Paving Curb
I and Sewer in said district by an ordi
nance duly passed by the City Coun
I cil of Ogden City Utah and ap
proved by the Mayor of said City on
July 20th 1910 said taxes being
levied on all of tho abutting property
on tho following streets comprising
Paving District No 101 Canal Alley
from 2Kb to 25th Streets
Jhc first Installment becomes dolln
qSent September 8th 1910
The second installment becomes de
I linquent July 20th 1911 1
The third Installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1912
Tho fourth installment becomes dc
liuquont July 20th 1913
The fifth installment becomes delia
quent July 20th 1914
Tho sixth installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1915
Ibo seventh installment becomes
delinquent July 20th 19KL
The eighth Installment becomes de
linquent July 20th 1917
Tho ninth installment becomes de
linquent ouly 20th lOIS
The tenth Installment becomes de
linquent July 20tb 1919
Each of ealil Installments except
ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE InrHc
lot barn room for four horses loin
of hay wagon Ono block from bual
Dees center Apply P M Poulson
2404 Washington G26tf
80 ACRES choicest orchard land nt
Orchard Heights also 20 shares oC
Davis Weber Counties Canal stock
III A Child 27L Patterson Ave Boll
1197X S 11 1m
TWO modern cottages on easy terms
Inquire GOC 23rd 820lwk
LEGAL
C Continued
tho first shall draw Interest nt the
rate of 7 per cent per annum from
the dato of levy ao aforesaid and If
any or olthor of said Installments
shall be unpaid when thoy becomo de
linquent Interest thereon shall be 10
per cont per annum until such delin
quent ascuBsmonts aro fully paid
Said tax shall bo enforced and col
lected as In any other case of
special tax and if not paid tho prop
erty on which said levy is made will
bo advertised and sold according to
law This special tax Is payable at
my office at the City Hall Ogdun City
Utah THOMAS B PARR
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By E T Koons Deputy
Aug 19 1910
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 27S of the Com
plied Laws of Utah 1907 and tho au
thority vested In me by said section
I tho undersigned THOMAS B
PARR Treasurer of Ogdon City We
ber County Utah hereby give public
notice that a special tax amounting
to 619259 Dollars has boon levied
for Sidewalk District No 109 for the
purpose of constructing Concrete
Sidewalks in said district by an ordi
nance duly passed by the City Coun
cil of Ogden Cltj Utah and approved
by the Mayor of salacity on July 10th
1910 said taxes being lovled on all of
the abutting property on the follow
ing Streets comprising said Sidewalk
District No 109 All that part of
Blnford Avo from Quincy to Jackson
Avenues west aide Jaokpou Ave 25th
to 2Cth Streets both sides Jackson
ave 26 to 27th Streets both sides of
2Gth Street Quincy to Jackson av
enues except school property south
side 2Gth Street Jackson to Van Du
rcn both Hides of 2Gth Street Van
Burcn to Harrison and both sides of
27th Street Monroe to Jackson av
enues
The said tax is payable In 5 Install
ments
The first installment becomes delin
quent September 29th 1910
The second Installment becomes de
linquent July 10th 1911
The third Installment becomes de
linquent July 10th 1912
TX fourth Installment becomes dc
linqutfnt July 10th 1913
Tho fifth Installment becomes de
linquent July 10th 1914
Each of said Installments except
the first shall draw Interest at
the rate of 7 per cent per annum
from the date of the levy as afore
said and if any or eIther of said In
stallments shall be unpaid when they
become delinquent interest thereon
shall be 10 per cent per annum until I
such delinquent assessments are fully I
paid Said tax shall be enforced and
collected as In any other case of
special tax and If not paid the prop
erty on which said lory IB made will
bo advertised and sold according to
law This special tax Is payable at
my olllco at the City Hall Ogden City
Utah THOMAS B FARR
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By E T Koons Deputy
Aug 191910 I
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY I
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com I
piled Laws of Utah 1907 and tho au
thority vested In mo by said section
I tho undersigned THOMAS B
PARR Treasurer of Ogden City We
ber County Utah hereby give public
notice that a special tax amounting to
8149BOO Dollars has beon levied J or
Sewer District No 105 for tho pur
pose of constructing Pipe Sewers in
said district by an ordinance duly
passed by the City Council of Ogden
City Utah and approved by the
Mayor of said City on August 10th
1910 sad taxes being levied on all of
tho abutting property on the following
Streets comprising said Sewer District
No 105 All that part of 27th Street
from Madison to Jefferson Avenues
2Gth Street from Quincy to Harrison
Avenue Binford Av from Quincy to
Jackson Avenues Jackson Avo from
25th to 27th Streets Quincy Ave
from 2Gth to 27th Streets 21st Street
from Jackson to Harrison Ave Oak
Street Jackson to Harrison Ave and
Washington Ave from 20th Street to
Ogden River Bridge
The said tax Is payable In 5 Install
ments
The first installment becomes della
mont September 29th 1910
The second Installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1911
G The third installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1912
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1913
Thti fifth Installment becomes de
linquent August 10th 1914
Each of said installments except
the first shall draw Interest at
the rate of 7 per cent por annum
trom the dato of the levy as afore
said and If any or either of said In
stallments shall be unpaid when they
become delinquent interest thereon
shall be 10 per cent per annum until
such delinquent assessments aro fully
paid Said tax shall be enforced and
collected as In any other case of
special tax aud If not paid tho prop
erty on which said levy Is made will
be advertised and sold according to
law This special tax Is payable at
my office at the City Hull Ogden City
Utah THOMAS B FARR
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By E T Koons Deputy
Aug 19 1010
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In pursuance of law and of a resolu
tion antI order of the City Council
of Ogden City Utah passed the IHI
day of August A D 1910 an elec
tion Id hereby called and will be held
In each of the five Municipal Wards
of Ogden Utah on tho Gth day of
September 1910 for the purpose of
submitting to a vote of the qualified
electors as shall have paid properly
tax fn Ogden City In the year 1009
I
LEGAL
CsnrisuwiJ I
tho question whelhoi said City Coun
cil shall be authorized allowed and
permitted to create and Incur a bond
ed indebtedness of ono hundred thong
an 10000000 dollars and issue
bonds of tho CIty of Ogden thorofor
to be used for the purpose of con
structing nn additional conduit from
the sources of water supply In the
Ogden River system to the storage
reservoirs of tho Ogden Waterworks
system and for the further purpose
of constructing additional distributive
mains from the storage reservoirs of
the Ogden Waterworks System
throughout various portions of Ogden
CityThat
That the following are the places
designated for the purpose of holding
said election and which said elec
tion will bo hold In each of the Mun
icipal Wards of said Ogden City re
spectively
In tho Firat Municipal Ward at tho
City Hall
In the Second Municipal Ward at
the Armory Building No 329 24th
St
In the Third Municipal Ward at
the Mound Fort School House No
1200 Washington Avenue
In the Fourth Municipal Ward at
the County Court house
In the Fifth Municipal Ward at tho
office of tho Columbia Club Cigar com
pany 451 25th street
That tho following persona who are
electors In their respective wards are
hereby appointed as Judgo of elec
tion to conduct and who will con
duct said elections In the said respec
tive Wards In the City of Ogden
For the First Municipal Ward of
Ogden City James Cassin T F Em
mett and Mrs Hebor Warner
For the Second Municipal Ward of
Ogden City David W Evans Mrs T
A Newman and Mrs D Anderson
For the Third Municipal Ward of
said Ogden CIty Ncls Anderson
Aael Fair and Mrs Albert Powers
For the Fourth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City W S Donaldaon
Henry Steele and H Goodalo
For tho Fifth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City Battle L Brown T
A Whalen and H C Jacobs
That the time during which the polls
shall be and remain open In oach of
said Wards In the said election as
above stated shall bo from 7 ocla < k
In the forenoon continuously until
11 oclock In the afternoon of said
Ctb day of September 1910
That the amount of Indebtedness
proposed to be Incurred by Ogden
City If legally authorized permitted
and allowed to dtTso by this election
shall be the sum of Ono Hundred
Thousand 10000000 Dollars which
sum of money shall be used In con
structing a conduit from he sources
of water supply in the Ogden River
System to th storage J reservoirs ot
the Ogden Waterworks system and In
constructing additional distributive
mains from said storage reservoirs to
various and dlotrlcts whero needed
within Ogden City
Dated Ogden Utah this 1st day of
Auzust A D 1910
B y order of the Mayor and City
Council
CARL ALLISON
ALLISONRecorder
Recorder
Approved this 2nd day of August
1910
WM GLASMANN
Mayor
First publication Aug 3rd 1910
Last publication Sent 5th 1910
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No 9C meets everY
Tuiftday night c1 8 oclock at kagloa
fl tlll rln iill
Hall rsth St VJsltlns member Invited
to meet with ua
I A FAURIS CounBcU
J H SHAFER Clerk
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division No 121 O B V
meet second and fourth Fridays at 2J
re In K of P Hall corner Washington
p i
ington avonuo nJIIlJhhco rot Ail
brothcm are cordially Invited to aU na
CEO ALLEN C C
D L BOYLE 8 and T
MASONIC
Queen Esther Chapter No 4 O E 8
Regular nicKlnc held at Masonic Hn
en 1ncohln ion nvenuo between TrentYt
fifth and fwentyirtxth ntroetn tho Mrsl
and third Frlrtaya of each month So
burning members cordially Invited to
attend
MRS KATE SMITUERS W M
LILY V HALBTBAP Socy
ROYAL ARCANUM
Fraternal Beneficiary Order in5UJ M
men at low ratep Rc rvel fund over
elx million dollar Rock Mountain
Council No 617 convenes second and
fourth Thursdays at 1 O O F Hall
I A HEHDI RKonL
J W VOTHERSPOON Collector
lEO B ROBERTS xetary
WOME OF WOODCRAFT
Bctio LII Circle No 174 meets pvetf
second Mid fourth Monday nlcnts at rV
In I C O F Hull VlalUnff ncl hhnia =
cord llly invited
TENA NliLSON 0 N
KATE HEYMAN Clerk
Dell phone UPY
B P 0 ElKH
B P 0 Elks Ogden Lodijo No 71 >
lodsr and club room second Coot 2 < JJ
WcfulnctoD avenue Regular meoMnc I
every Tu1nY evonlns
C A BOYD Exalted Ruler
C O DeWOLF Secretary
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS
The Royal HlB ilandera meet the flrjit
and third Mondays ut Unon Labor Hull
TC3 24th St Dues ran bo paid from J
to I onice of O W Gron on the 2Kn
nf each month Vlsltlne members cor
dlallv Invited
DAYRHL D SMITH I P
ALICE COLLINS Secy and Tea
ROYAI NEIGHBORS OF MERICA
ExcelsIor Carrr No 3210 moots every
eecond and fourth Monday flvnningftot
each month at tho EnclV Hall Visit
Ine member Cordially InHtod I
INDIA SAWYER Ornelo
SA9
JS4S Jaoknon Avo
LILLIAN NEWTON
Recorder room 81 3 < JvH BlooU
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD
Weber Jamp No 71 meets In K of
P Hall in tho Wflb National Bank
Bldg every Thursday ovonlng ut S
oclock Visiting VVoodmtu cordlalv
invited to attend
W II DRABBLE C C
B AUTH Clork First National
Bank Bl s
LADIES oV THB MACCABEES
Bllvor Hive No 1 > 1 r M me ti
every 2nd and Uli Tuesday afternoon
nt 230 oclock In I 0 O F Hall
2416 Washington avenue Visiting
members are cordially invited to at
tend MRS HDIE ANQKLL L C
bliSS L JENNIE PROUT R K
> < = s
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Continued
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcraft Ogdou Cir
cle 5S1 meets every Wednesday
night at 730 oclock K of P Hull
Visiting neighbors Invited Dues can
be paid at tbo Reagan Grocery Storo
tho afternoon of tho 2Slh of each
mon thALuIA
ALMA LUDDINGTON G N
593 12th St
MARIE CR1TKS Clerk
I 2731 Monroe Arc
ODD FELLOWS f
Ogden Lodge No f > Independent Or
der of Odd Follows mootr In I O F
Hall ovory Tuesday evening Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to be pros
cut
SIDNEY BAKER Noble Grand
HENRY KISS L Secretary
I Queen City Rebokah Lodge No4
I 0 0 F moots second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Follows Hall
Vloltlng members Invited
KATE BAILEY N G
EMMA MElD Rcc Socy 718 23rd
FRATERNAL OUDER OF MOUN
TAINEERS
Ogden Cabin No 02 moots at the L
O O F Hall the first and third Fri
days of eaoh month Dues can be paid
lo secretary at DcoStanlorda oho
tore CHAR L WAPPLBR CM
WALTER F COMPTON Bcor
FRATERNAL ORDER OF RACLU8
Fraternal Ordor of Eagles Ogden Aerto
No Ilk F O E meats Cory Wfrdnnii
Jny uvdnlng at Eagle Hall stout of Iteett
Hotel rs S p m VUltlne Brother
Eagle aro Invited to attend tho Aerie
mec tines
LEON BROWNING W President
B It GKlGcR Secretary
DR N M ESTES Anne Physician
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Olden Lode No2 KnIght of Pythias
meets at Cajtlo Hall Utah National
Dank building every Monday evening
All K of Ps requested to meet yrlth
Ua
F E GRANT C C
8 m RTAI ofE
W Q KIND M Of E
W L tWODHWOOD K of It A 8
BROTHERHOOD OX AMERICAN
TO EMJN
Ogden Homenlad No 15CG meet eo
and and fourth Vndnoaday nights Odd
Fcilow Hall VlMtlnff Archers cor
dially Invited tr moet with us
W II TOLLER
C5 21t SU Foreman
O E WILLIAMS
1M tIM 9U CorrenpondenL
IMPROVED ORDER OF RBDMEN
luiprovud Order of Redaien Hiawatha
Tribe No 3 meets In Eagle Hail
every first nnd third Monday evening
at 730 p m Vlbitlnp chiefs cor
dially IcvlteO
I JAMES MACBETH Sachim
B n UEIGER 0 of R
B WRIGHT C of w
ORDER Or OWLS
Ogden Meat No 131S Order of Owls
meets every Thursday evening In EIa
rr nl rYoi Resd Hotel at S oVloctf
Visiting Brother Owls are Invited lo at
tend the Neat Meetings
THOMAS LEcJLIE President
JOHN M MARSHALL cretir7
No tIS WnHblu ton Ave
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
The per line per month payable In
advance
ALVORD < ANYTHING BELL 333
32tf
ARCHITECTS
F C WOODS < CO lat Natl Bank
ATTORNEYSATLAW
R S FARNSWORTH Attorneyat
Law 314 and 315 Eccles building
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
THE DEN Clgara and Tobacco Pipe
doctors 335tI
DRESSMAKING
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING by
the day Mrs Hattie Morris Htr 27th
Bell phone 1273Y SlO lw
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If yoifMiave
any kind of junk piton UB up wo
will call for it Bell phone 325K
Ind 725
FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone
Jacobson Boll 62CZ Ind 3695D
111G22
MUSIC
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND
Music furnished for all occasions
hid U343724A Bell 1205 71 If
NURSING
NURSING528 21st street Sllino
OGDEN HAT WORKS
Hats cleaned roblockod and rotrlni
mud by practical hatter Fifth floor
Lowls Blk 716 tl
PAINTING PAPERHANGING
Jden HARTOG Painting and Doco
lathe paperhanging 92S 2Slh st
Both phones 321tf
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR A FERNLUND Physician and
I Surgeon office hours 10 to 12 oTTn
2 to 1 p III i 340 25th St Office
phones Bell 515K Ind 515 resi
dence 04C Wash Ind phono 502
SANITARY WORK
I
APPOINTED SCAVENGER of Dist
No2 all of the city south of 24lh I
street Bull Phone 324Z Njls
McCarty C10tf
I I
OGDEN SCAVENGER CO Paul
VJtn Komeu Prop Phone Bell 1003
All kind of scavenger work promptly
attended to 1
I
c Jlkr =
HELP WANTED
FEMALE
A GIRL to wash dishes nnd help In
kitchen Poplar Heights 137 24th
sL 8232wks
A GOOD girl for houeowork oil
26th St 8221 wk
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FORELADY In flat work department
Must have experience Troy Laun
dry 820lwk
GIRL for general houoowork family
of two COG 23rd 820lwk
A GIRL for housework small family
Phono 1187Z Boll 8201 wk
CHAMBERMAID at tho Rood hotel
S12tf
GIRLS wanted at tlio O S L Laun
dry Union Dopot S8tf
FIRSTCLASS hand Ironer at Ameri
can Linen Supply Co 85tf
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
HOME laundry for mIsts and dresses
14242L Boll 8 22 lwk
WANTED Work by the day Belt
Phono 748Y S20lwk
HELP WANTED
MALE
MACHINIST at the Ogdcu Sugar Fac
tory Apply to Superintendent tit
the factory 8 23 Iwk
LAUNDRY man at Utah Hot Springs
Hotel 3000 a month room and
board s 23 tf
JANITOR for office bldg Must have
experlenco and be able to make
small repairs Apply In writing Jan
itor Standard Office S20lwk
HELP WANTED r
MALE AND FEMALE
A GOOD cook also to assist with
hotiBowork Boll 3S3Z CC4 2Sth
S 22 Iwk
YOUNG men and lady pupils for
qtudy day or evening J W Haw
ley 418 1st Nat bank 8lSlwk
I SITUATION WANTED1YLALE
I MAN and wile want hog and chicken
ranch to care for Address Stock
man care Standard 72Slmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSED
TJTREEroom house Inquire 2627
Jefferson Ave 8 21 lw
THREEROOM house close In We
dell S23lf
SIXroom modern house 750 25th
S22lwk
FIVEROOM modern house also 3
room house water lights and pan
try 24S 29th Bell Phone 500Y
S20lwk
ONE large front room two beds and
two single rooms Modern 2122
dams S20k
NEW 7room modern house with
basement 2022 Jeff Sll2wks
THREE rooms and summer kitchen
800 Inquire of Dressmakor 2356
Wash s 19 2w
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NINEroom modern brick lawn gar
den barn etc 2500 also 4room
I house near Sugar factory 10 Apply
2129 Quincy Tel 1331Y S 3 Irno
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES
SMALL furnished house 2329 Jack
son S 19 lwk
FOR RENT OFFICES
FOR SALE Best little restaurant In
Ogden doing fine business Call
2281 Washington Ave S 20 7t
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE Best little restaurant In
I
Ogden doing line business Call
2281 Woshin ton Ave S20Jt
PLAIN SEWING
DRESSMAKING 235C Wash 441 Ind
79tf
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WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD I
ROOMS and board for students Call
or telephone giving description and j
rules Ogden BuslnesS College Lewis
rock 812tf
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Continued
SECOND HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture
clothing and shoes bought sold or
exchanged also trunks and suit
cases cheap Dell Phono 1321 179
12 Twentyfifth street 79ljv
TRANSFER COMPANIES
SLADE successor to Allen Transfer
Co J C Slade lessee Furniture
Vans and Storage Office 408 25th St
Both Phones 321
ALLEN Baggage Hagk nnd Bus Lino
Baggage and passenger transfer a
specialty 412 25th Both Phones 22
JJOGALONG TRANSFER VAN
Storage Go moving vans nil kluJs
transfer work pianos a specialty or I
flee 328 12 25th St Phones 283
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UPHOLSTERING REPAIRING t
K VAN HAMPERS anop will be
closed till further notice on account I
of sickness 2769 Volker arc SSlt
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KliAD THE CLASSIFIED PAGE j
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FOR RENT
FURBISHED ROOMS
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TWO nicely furnished rooms for I r
housekeeping 2927 Mudson Ave I
S241wk j
NICELY furnished rooms 430 nero r
rick Avo between 20th and 27th 1
S 22 Iwk J
FURNISHED rooms In modern home 1
2603 Madison g 22 1wk j
I TWO r
TWO furnished rooms for light house
I 2201 keeping und one sleeping room J
Lincoln S 22 Iwk I
NICELY furnidhod housekeeping t
rooms sad range 33C 21th St
t
S 19 iwk b
NEWLY furnished housekeeping
rooms 362 21th s M line
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 25C3 GranU
S16lmo
TWO modern furnished rooms for
housekeeping Inqulro room 1 OK
den theater 8lClt
FURNISHED ROOMS 2356 Wash
813tf t
FURNISHED room for gentleman
2369 Jeff 29lmo
3 FURNISHED looms for housekeep
ing 2137 Grant Sftl
OUTSIDE sleeping rooms bath prices
reasonable 3C2 21th Colonial
8Slmo
MODERN housekeeping rooma227
27th Jj5luio
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 250 week
and up C3G 31st 81lmo
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FURNISHED and unfurnished flats
2634 Grant 4 1C Omo i
TWO FURNlSIiJCD ROOMS for t
hoiiBokocpIng 455 27th St 921tf
FOR RENT L
ROOMS AND BOARD lI
GOOD rooms board 2639 Jefferson 1
S22lmo 01 1
Tftc j
FURNISHED rooms with board Clot i
In 2526 Adams 831 mo
BOARD and room 149 26tu Street
p 629tt 1
ROOMS AND BOARD 233 Adams
2ICif
FOE SALE MISCELLANEOUS
INVALID CHAIR 2305 Lincoln
S24lmo
li
PARTY leaving city and must sell en
tire household furnishings Com
paratlvely now Can be BCOH at rear
of Pioneer Fruit Co 26C2 Washington
Ave or Inquire A B Coroys livery
M J Hall S 20 iwk j
HOUSEHOLD goods 65S 22nd 8221
TWENTY Rhodo Island Red Hens
and 25 pullets 2067 Quincy
SlOiw
GOOD milch cow Bell 1024Y
1024YS
8 19 lw
A FINE Jersey bull also a few Jersey
cows W S Read 111G Wash avo
S8tf
PRESS FOR SALE
Drum cylinder Cottrell press with
folder Size of bed 33x47 12 inches
In first class order Prints six col
umns four pages at one time Cheap I
for cash Inquire or address the J
Evening Standard 72tf t
FOR SALE Old mats Good to put I
under carpets Inquire Standard
office it
FOR SALE OR TRADE < I I
YOU can always get a good fresh cow t
at 1915 Grant S 221w
SMALL lodging houao near depot Nor i
T
2665 Wall ive led phono 954
S13lmo 1
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MONEY TO LOAN 1
MORTGAGES tionna on Improved
farm or city property HUNTER
KENNEDY 211 First National BMg j
I 430tf
MONEY to In on watches din i
mondss Jewelry firearms etc I
Undo Sams Loan Office established l
1SSE The Monty Lenders of Ogdaa
r
27S 25th St C H Smith Prop j
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91lvr I
WANTEDTO BUY j
CLEAN white rag at Standard office t
1217tt
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STRAYEDT t
r
TWOYHJAJlOLD black horso mule
strayed from tho old tabernacle J
Fiudpr return to tabernacle Reward
S24H
LOST 1
LADYS long linen crash coat soinr
where on Washington or Twenty
fifth st Phono Bell 20C or Ind SOS
S2t2t I I
GOLD bracelet In Ogden Canyon Re
turn to 2627 Jefferson Avo Reward
S 10 lw
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FOR RENTMISCELLANEOUS
FEED Hay grain and coal yard Cor
ncr Wash ave and 2Jlflt L 5itz
man S5lrno
ANTEDIYfISCZhlANEOUS
LADY school teacher to board and
room halt block from High school
25C2 Monroe 8201 wk
A NICE saddle pony call at Dees Liv
ery on 24th St SlTtf
FOR EXCHANGE
HORSE to trade for a good cow J
S B Foulger at I L Clark sons
Co SiOiwk

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