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I? I'. NOTICE TO .CONTRACTORS. ,
i It l , .. g. '
i mi jS'ealcd bids will'be' rec'eivud irp to
I II Friday, August gUi. 1911, Jitf the
R 1 i? Bbard of Trustees' of Coalville School
I :' District No. 2, Summit County&UAah,
& 1 i 'or the erection of a school building
I 9 at Coalvillo, "Utah,
a 1 y Plans and specification-? may be
A I r seen at the office of the Board of
4V1 v School Trustees in the County Court
"ajtmu House, in Coalville, or at the oft'eo
MM of the Architect, J. E. Allt-:j. Knight
Ml Block, Provo Utah.
S3 1 Each bid must bo accompanied by
mM u certified .heck for five (') per cenl
H i of the amount of b!d made payable to
H R the Board of School Trustees of Coal-
M h ville School District No. 2, which
Mfff check shall he forfeited to the said
mjM S board in the event that the success-
ljB ful bidder fail to enter into a con-
iE tract with said board within three
HL days after award is made.
Htk A bond as provided by law will bo
,Hf required of the contractor to guaran-
Bf tee the performance of his work
Hit Tlie rleht Is reserved by the board
Myi to reject any and all bids.
t The building is to have ten class
IH rooms and a large assembly hall, with
all modern conveniences, heating and
The plumbing and heating contract
will be let separate from the general
contract for the building.
BOARD GF SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF
'Wl ; COALVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT
itmk NO. 2. Wm .7. Wright, Clerk.
(81 Dated July 14th, 1911.
i3 ALIAS SUMMONS.
8sjfc In the District Court of Wobcr
ffll i County, Slate of Utah.
jgl Amanda Corwin. Plaintiff, vs. F.
9. ' W. Corwin, Defendant.
: Tho State of Utah to the said De
M ; fendant:
K ' You are herebiy summoned to ap-
H ' pear within twenty days after service
B , of this Summons upon you. if served
rl '' "Within the County in which this ac-
IJMk tion is brought; otherwise, within
jB thirty days after service, and defend
TM& thc aDOve entitled action; and in
fljf caso of your failure so to do, judg-
fwf ment will be rendered against you ac-
jmu cording to the demand of the com-
Slft plaint, which has been filed with the
li Clerk of said Court.
F This action is brought to recover
liv a Jud&ment dissolving the Bonds of
ll v Matrimony heretofore existing be-
I v tween you and the plaintiff
-i J G. HEY WOOD, '
I I Plaintiff's Attorney.'
I JL ' P. O. Address. First Nat'l Dank
tmm Bldg- edcn' utal1-
M'y First Publication, July 27, 1011. .
!Ti Last publication. Aug. 31, 1911. ,
1 ALIAS SUMMONS.
II In the District Court of Weber
County, State of Utah.
M . Mabel F. White, plaintiff, vs. Thorn-
: as A. White, defendant.
( The State of Utah to the Said De
I ; ; fejidanV:
f Tou are hereby summoned to ap-
pear within twenty days after service
'M of this summons upon you, if served
II L within the county fn which ihis ac-
tion is brought, otherwise, within
I : ; thirty days after service, and defend
fl ; the abovo entitled action; and in case
of your fa,lure so t0 do' Judgment will
I bo rendered against you according to
; the demand of the; complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said
MM This action is brought to recoyer-
WM a judgment dissolving the bonds ot
IE matrimony existing between vou and
1 the plaintiff. DAVID JENS'ON,
IV Plaintiff's Attorney.
Ik P. O. Address, 503-504 First Natiou
l nl Bank Building, Ogden, Utah.
II ALIAS SUMMONS.
1 In the District Court of Weber
A County, State of Utah.
In Corlnne Hennessy, plaintiff, vs.
mm William H. Hennessy,' defendant.
IB The State of Utah to the Said De-
If" You are hereby summoned to ap-
S ,PQar within twenty days after service
l a 'of this summons upon you, if served
I jf within the county in which this action
M X 1b brought; otherwise within thirty
'M ; : days after service, and defend the
'M : above entitled action; and in case of
I ' your failure so to do, judgment will
l ho rendered against you according to
fl; the demand of the complaint, which
l has been filed with the clerk of said
m This action is brought to recover
ill a Judgment dissolving the bonds of
flu matrimony existing between vou and
MM the plaintiff. DAVID .JENSON,
MM Plaintiff's Attorney.
;H P, O. Address, 503-504 First Nation-
IHt al Bank Building, Ogden. Utah.
'mk In the I)istrlct Court of Weber
,Wt County. State of Utah.
j-Mf, Neta Groves, Plaintiff, vs. liYcdcrick
lHI' G. G-roves, Defendant.
iWff The State of Utah to the said rkc-
MM You are hereby summoned to ap-
R pear within twenty days after service
'H of this summons upon you, if served
lH within the county In which this action
Mr is brought; otherwise, within thirty
flj' days after service, and defend tho
Hi'j above entitled action, and in case of
"Bf your falluie so to do, Judgment will
M be rendered against you according
MM to the demand of the complaint, which
MM has been filed with the clerk of said
t, This action is brought by the plain-
flu t to rCCOVer a judgment, dissolving
Mm the 'bonds ot matrimony now and here-
jMW toforc existing between you and the
Jl plaintiff, and for the care and custody
r lc Tn'nor children and issue of
lit said marriage.
M l T. R. O'CONNOLLY,
lit Plaintiffs Attorney.
Ml p- O. Address, No. 3G9 24th street,
II Ogden, Utah.
-'' First publication, June 24.
iM I Last publication, Julv 29.
J In the District Court of Wcbor
; County, State of Utah
-B Mnttic Kearns. jilaintiff, vs. Ira J.
Kearns and Sctuthern Pacific Com-
; 1'any, a corporatlou, defendants
ImM Tnc state of Utah to Said Defend-
MM- ants: You arc hereby summoned to
Mm appear within twenty days after tho
Mi sen Ice -ot this summons upon you, if
flj Hervetd within the county In which this
Mm action is brought, otherwise, within
thirty days after service, and defend
T the above entitled action; and in case
M b of j-our failure so to do, judgment
jHJtwV will bo rendered against you accord-
flMLlU lug to the demand pf the complaint.
,I12S which has ibeen filed with the Cleric
rlili of s:iI(1 CourL TnB action is brought
Z HI' I I to recover a Judgment dissolving the
HI I F bonds of matrimony heretofore exist-
Vff i lne between the defendant Ira- JL
AHBif Kearns and the plaintiff.
MWmk' C- R- HOLLINGS WORTH,
HSv Plaintiffs Attorney.
imm)L ? O. Address, No. 303 Eccles Build-
L( Ing, Ogden, Utah.
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1 In 11 1 8l O'llfiL
1 U. Ill It te Ea H Bl IlHlllftr
GRINDSTONE Me, July 29. Eight
were killed and fourteen injured when
an excursion train and a regular pas
senger train on the Bancor & Aroos
took road collided at this station about
9 o'clock last night.
Fivo passengers of the excursion
train were killed.
Engineer T. W. Gnrriclon of the ex
Two firemen, names unknown.
Frank Feely. Harry Clark and Dr. H.
Pikes, all of Presque Isle. Me.
Clark Roomer of Washburne. Me.
The regular train was the heavier
and plowed Its way through the excur
sion cars with little injury to tho regu
The accident is said to have ben
duo to a misunderstanding of ordors.
The trains were to havoNmet at Grind
stone, but the excursion train was
about a minute late and the regular
train di-1 not wait, it is said.
In the smoking car of tho excursion
train next to the tender wore tue
members of the, Presque Isle band,
nearly all of 'whom were killed or
Owing to the isolation of the place
early details were hard to obtain.
BANGOR, Me, July 2S Fifteen
persons were reported killed in a
head-on collision tonight between a
crowded excursion train on the Ban
gor & Aroostook railroad and tho
midnight train fronj Van Buren to
Bangor. Thirty or forty persons are
known to have been injured, and it is
thought several others are beneath
Confusion of Orders.
WATERVILLE. Me., July 2S It is,
reported here that two trains; mea
head-on as a result of a confusion of
orders and that the excursion train,
was rupning on the time of the regu
lar passenger train. Tho smoking
car of the excursion train, next to
the engine, was telescoped by the
All the passengers in this car,
nrost of whom were members of the
Presque Isle band, are reported, killed
or badly wounded.
Engineer F. W. Garcelon of the ex
cursion train was instantly killed. En
gineer William Orr of the regular
train was badly hurt. Both firemen
MAKES 197 OUT OF A POSSIBLE 200
TOLEDO. July 2S. General William
V. McMackm today announced a rec
ord of 197 out of a possible 200 inade
by Lieutenant Colonel C. B. Windows
of-tho Ohio.rXatiounl- GliardalCamp
Perry, in an heretofore untried meth
od of night shooting. Colonel Windors
shot in total darkness at S00 yurds,
with only a campfre to illuminate the
target, a regulation one. He made
twenty consecutive bullseyes..
IN SESSION 207 DAYS
BOSTON, July 2S The 132d ses
sion of the Massachusetts legislature
Consult County Clerk or the Renpeo
tlve Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Nils Christianson, de
ceased. Creditors will present claims against
said estate together with the neces
sary vouchers to the undersigned at
the lav office of David Jenson at
No. 003 First National Bank building.
Ogden City. Utah, on or before the
25th day of November, 1911.
SOFIA CHRISTIANSON, Executrix
of the estate of Nils Christianson, de
ceased DAVID JENSON, Attorr. y for Ex
ecutrix. First publication, July 22, 1911.
Last publication. Aug., 19, 1911.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of George Staker. deceased.
Creditors will pi esent claims against
said cslate toj, ther with vouchers to
the undersigned at the law office of
David Jenson at No 503 First Nation
al BaiiK building, in Ogden City. Utah,
on or lefore the 25th day Ol Novem
EARL STAKER, Administrator of
the estate of George Stakei, deceased.
DAVID JENbON, Attorney fcr Ad
ministrator. First publication, July 22, .911.
Last publication, Aug. 19, 1911,
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, in and for tho
County of Weber, State of Utah.
J. C. Simmons, Plaintiff, vs. Jennie
R. Pierce, and her husband, John Doe
Pierce, whose other and tiue name
Is unknown, and the unknown heirs
at law. devisees anl legatees of Jennie
R. Pierce and John Doo Pierce, her
husband; John Doe, Mary Doe, and
Richard Roe, whoso other and true
names are unknown, Defendants.
The State of Utah to the said Do
You are hereby summoned to a p.
pear within twenty (20) days after
service of this summons upon you, if
served within the county in which
this action Is brought: otherwise,
within thirty f30) days after service,
and defend the a oe eutitled action,
and In case of your failure so to dc
Judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with
tho clerk of said court.
This action is 'brought to recover a
judgment quieting title to the real
estate described in plaintiffs com
plaint, and removing tho cloud upon
plaintiff a. title thcroto:
P. O. Address, 503-501 First Nation
al Bank building, Ogdeu City, -Weber
County, Stato of Utah.
' was prorogued tonight after all rec
ords for legislative activity in this
slate had been broken. The session
continued 207 legislative .days. la
,bor was especially favored this year
wit.h the adoption:' of a-workingman's
compensation act'-and tho passage of
a? 54-hour bill forewomen and minors
and nn eight-hour "n"lll for' public em
ployes and the trial by jury in con
tempLcase AnimportanL act prjQ
vides for-"-a- directprimary.-
FIND GIRL WHO WAS.
' '& LURED FROM HER HOME
SAN FRANCISCO. July ,'28.. Es
ther Downey, 17 years old, who dis
appeared from her home In Portland,
Ore., six months ago, was found by
the police' in a San Francisco hotel
tonight The girl told of having been
lured from her homo by a promise
that she would be given a position as
an actress Richard McQuestion
who was the young woman wncn she
was found tonight, was arrested,
BOZEMAN, Mont., July 28. Out of
the total of 102 members of the Mon
tana legislature, only 4-1 have replied
to the question pJt to them by the
primary commission as to whether
thoy would voio for or against a pri
mary law in the event tne governoi
should call an extra session, becre
tary P4 B. Law of the commission ap
pointed by the governor Is preparing
a second letter for those who luive
made no answer and he nopes to
round up enough to make the issue
cuuun wlmin tue near tulure.
Thus far only two have come out
with unqualified refusals to support
the primary law as drafted by the
commission, and which is patterned
after the Oregon law. They arc rep
Rcscntatlves Schwartz of Chouteau
county and Sarter of Meagher county,
both Republicans. Representative
Schwartz replied several weeks ago.
while Representative Sarter wrote
this week that he will not support the
bill as it stands.
This leaves 12 who have been heard
from in Xavor of the bill, or only 10
less than the necessary 52, the ma
jority of the legislature, and Gov,
Norrls has stated he will call an ex
tra session when he receives suffi
cient' assurance of the support of the
LEWIS TELLS OF THE'
WASHINGTON, July 2S. E. G.
IxjwIk of St. Louis, who chagres that
the "business of his publishing com
pany was destroyed and his fortune
lost as a result of persecutions by tho
postoffice department, began the re
cital of his alleged wrongs to the
house postoffice expenditures commit
tee todav. The chief publication of
tho Lewis conipany was recently de
nied the second-class mail privilege.
The witness probably will not finish
his testimony for several days.
CRICKET MATCH AT
-W.OOl WICH, England, July 2S.
Tho Germantown Cricket club in the
international match of their tour of
England today played against the
Royal Artillery and rolled up a score
of 125 in the first innings of close
play. Tho gunners had 199 to then
credit for the loss of seven wickets
The fielding of the Americans was
good Stewart and Savage distin
guished themselves by wicket keeping
and bowling respectively Anderson's
39 was the visitors' best score.
Fraternal beneficiary order. Insures
men at low rates. Reserve fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain
Council, No. G37, convenes second and
foqrth Thursdays at I. O. O.F. Hall.
R. S. WOTHERSPOON, Regent.
J W. WOTHERSPOON, Collector
GEO. B. ROBERTS, Secretary.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
OGDEN Homestead No. 1505 meets at
2 and -1 Tuesday evening at K. P.
Hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with us. W. S. O'Brien,
Foreman, 25311 Gramorcy Ave. O E.
Williams, 2211 Jackson Avo , Corres
pondent ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Excelsior Camp, No. 3240, meets ev
ery second and fourth Monday even
ing of each month at the Eagles' Hall.
Visiting members cordially Invited
INDIA SAWYER, Oracle. '
1948 Jackson Ave.
Recorder, Room 31, Lewis Block.
Queen Esther Chapter, No. 1, O. E.
S. Regular meetings held at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets,
the first and third Fridays of onch
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to attend.
MRS. JIARY II STEENSV, W. M.
MRS. CALLIE CAVE. Sec'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge, No 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castle hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'s requested to
meet with us.
A. J. TIION, C. C.
W. G. KIND, M of E.
W. L. UNDERWOOD,
K. of R. & S.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division, No. 124. O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p m. In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th streoL
All brothers are cordially Invited to
GEO. ALLEN, C. C.
D. L BOYLE, S. and T.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Weber Gamp Mo 71, meets in K. of
P. Hall Jn the Utah National Bank
Bldg., ,qy,ery Thurda.y evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmon cordinlly
invited to attond.
' B. VAN DER SCHUIT, C. C.
Ef AUTh, Clerlf, First Na
tional Bank Bldg.
IMPROVED ORDER OT RED MEN.
Improved Order of Redmeu. HIa
Avatlm Tribe, No. 3, meets in Eagles
Hall, evoi-y first and third Monday
evenings, at 8,00 p. m. Visiting chiefs
J. G. CASEY, Sachem.
E. R. GEIGER, C. of R- .
A. B. WRIGHT, C. of W.
SALT LAKE 1
6:10 a. m., 73u a. m,, 9 a, m., 10:30
"A. m 12" noon, lo p. ru., 3 p:m..
4:30 p. m., G p. m., 7:30 p. m.. 9 p. m..
10:30 p. m., 11:45 p. m.
Twelve fast trains each way dally.
Call "Bamberger Kxpress" (either
'phone) for quick) and careful service
In Salt Lako valley.
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
Leave Ogden Union Depot.
Twelve Trains Each Way Dally.
6:25 a. m. 7:30 a. m., 9:C0 a. m .
10:30 a. m., 12:00 noon, 1:30 p. in.,
3:00 p. m., 4:30 p. m., 6:00 p. m.,
7:30 p. m.. 9:00 p. m 10:15 p. m. O.
R. T. Depot 11:10 p. q.
Cars leave Brigham same time tm
above, with the exceot'on of laat
trip, which is 10:30 p. m,
J. W. BAILEY. SUPT.
CANYON CAR SERVICE.
First car leaves union depot C:20
a. m and overy 40 minutes thereaf
ter till 1:40 p. m and every 20 min
utes from 1:40 p. m. to 9:40 p. m.
10:20 last car loaves depot 11 p. m.
Leave Hermitage C:55 a. m. and same
EFFhCTlvE, JULY 16, 1911.
UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO.
No. Eastbound, Depart.
20Mall and Express S.30 a.m
lUiFast .Mali i b:35 am
JJOverlaud Limited 1.05 p.m.
bLoa Angeles Limited. . 1.15 p.m.
4Atiantic Express 0.50 p.m.
No. Westbound. Arrive.
GCaIlfornIa ExprosB 6 30 a.m.
llFast Mail 11: 17 a.m
6Lucai Passenger 11.20 am
iOverland Limited 1:51) p.m.
7Los Angeles Limited ... 3:35p.m.
OREGON SHORT LINE R. R, Co. ,
No. North of Ogdeu. Depart.
ljPortland Express .k... 2:15 a.m.
131Ogdon Malad Motor... S. 25 a.m.
13 Idaho Express 9:15 a.m.
3 Butte and Portland Exp 4:00 p.m
11 Cache Val.-MaJad Pass 6.25 p.m
15 Yollowstone Special ... ":20 p.m.
No. North ol OgJen. Arrive.
10 Yellowstone Special ... G:15 a.m.
2 Buile Express 9.15 a.m
12 Salt Lake-Mulad Pass.. 10:20 a.m
4 Salt Lako Special 3.35 p.m.
132iOgen-Malad Motor .. 4:40 p.m
14(Utah Express 8:55 p.m.
No. South of Ogden. Depart.
lClYellowstone Special ... 6:45 a.m.
20 Local, Salt Lake 7.u5 am
22Flyor 8:30 a.m.
2iSa!t Lake Express .... 9 30 p.m
l2Cache Valley Express. . 10:30 a.m
L' 4 Local 11:40 a.m
32 Local 1 05 pm
34 Local 2:15 pm
8Los Angeles Limited .. 3:50 p.m
4 Salt Lake Special .... 3.55 p m.
3G Pacific Express, local.. 5:50 p.m
14 Utah Express 9:05 p.m.
No. South of Ogden. Arrlvo.
1 Butto and Portlaud Ex 12:50 a.m
19 Atlantic Express 8:10 a.m.
13 Idaho Express 9:00 a.m
21Salt Lake .-Local 11:05 a.m
23 Local 12:15 p.m
7 Los Angeles Limited . . J12: 54 p.m.
31 Local ' 2:05 pm.
3iButte and Portland Ex.j 3: 15 p.m.
lllCache Valley Express..! 5:20 p.m
33Local 6:30 p.m.
35' Flyer rf:-l5 p.m
15Yellowstone Special ... 8:10 p.m.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R.
No. ) Depart.
CjExpreas for the East.. 7:00 a.m.
IOiTo Salt Lake 9:00 a.m
12'Salt Lake Passenger.. 1:15 p m.
2 Atlantic Limited, east. 3:00 p.m.
'Atlantic Express, east.. 6.0U p.m
9lOgden Passenger 1 1:25 a.m.
3Express from the East. 2 ou am.
1 Limited from tho East. 1:45 p.m.
5ChIcago Ex. from East. 3:50 p.m.
llLocal from Sanpeto .. 7:10 p.m.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
No. Westbound. Depart.
3Paclflc Express 7:10 u.m
OlFast Mall 11:57am
1 .Overland i raited 2:15 p.m
5Paciflc Express 4:20pm.
No. From West. Arrive.
G Atlantic Express 6:20 a.m
lOlFast Mall 6:30 a.m
2 Overland Limited 12:50 p.rr
4jAtlantlc Express 6:35 p.m
Dally Except Sunday,
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest, No 1218, Order of
Owls, meets everj Thursday evening
in Eagles' Hall, east of Reed hotel,
at S o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls
aie invited to attend the Nest meet
ings. JAS E. JENSEN, President,
T S. SHAUGHNESSY,
Secretary, 451 25th
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hive No. 1, L. O. T. M. meets
overv Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock In Eagle Hall, 427 25th St.
Vislllug members arc cordially Invit
ed to attend.
MRS. ALMA LUDDINGTON, L. C.
MISS L, JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
The Royal Highlanders meet the
first and third Mondays at Union La
bor hall, 363 24lh St Visiting mem
hers cordinlly Invited.
DAYKEL D. SMITH, I. P.
ALICE COLLINS, Sec. and Treas,
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Utah Camp, No. 9990, meets overy
Tuesday night at S o'clock, at Eagles'
Hall, 25th St. Visiting members in
vited to meet with us.
CARL C. RASMUSSEN, Counsel.
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. i
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY
Ogdcr. Lodge No. 68, meets 'first and
third Wednesday Eve. at 8 p. m., at
Odd Fellows' Hall, No. 2116 Washing
O. M. DAVIDSON, President
.. n. C. FREEMAN, Secrotary,
2S 42 "Pingrcc Ave.
,C WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Cir
cle, 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. Hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid at Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D
57-58 Lewis Islock.
ADDIE ANGELL, G. N.
126 Poplar Avo.
MARIE CRITES, Clerk,
2731 Monroe Ave.
Sego Lily Circle, No. 171, meets ev
ery second and fourth Monday nights
at 7:30, in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting
neighbors cordially Invited.
MARY MORDAUNT. G, N.
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk.
Bell Phone 1211-Y.
B. P. O. ELKS.
B. F. O. Elks, Ogden Lodge, No. 719,
lodge and club rooms necond floor
2416 Washington avenue. Regular
meetings everv Tuesday oveniug.
GEORGE GLEN, Exalted Ruler.
C. O. DeWOLF, Secretary.
Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, meets In I. O. O.
E, Ha.il, every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
S. H. FREY, Noble Grand.
HENRY KISSEL, Secretary.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Visiting members invited.
NELLIE CHIVERALI, N. G.
EMMA MEID Rec Sec'y.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF DAGLES
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle Hall,
east of the Reed Hotel, at S p. m.
Visiting brother Eagles are invited to
attond the Aerie meetings.
GEO. C. WESSLER, W President
E R. GEIGER, Secretary.
Dr. N. M.ESTES, Aerie Physician.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
Loyal Order of Moose, Ogden Lodge,
No. 311, meets overy Kriduy evening
at 8:00 p. m., Eagles' Hall.
JOS. CHEZ, D.
P A KOHN, T.
W. E. ARCHIBALD, Secre
tary pro tern.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per month, payable in
R. S. FARNSWORTH, Attorney-at-Law;
314 and 315 Eccles Building.
OGDEN JUNK HO"'3E If you ha.o
any kind of junk, phone us up: we
will call for It. Bell phone, 325-K;
FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone
Jacobson. Boll G26-Z; Ind 3G93-D
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND.
Music furnished for all occasions.
Ind. 1134-3724-A. Bell 1205. 7-1-tf
JAMES THOMPSON, expert paper
cleaning. All work guaranteed.
Rough and painted walls and burlap.
341 Jackson ave. Bell Phone 116S
Ind. 3052-A. 3-2-6mo
" PIANO TUNING
l :ANO TUNING Write or phone A.
H. Grose. Broom Hotel for artistic
piano tuning and repairing Satisfac
tion guaranteed. 21 yrs In Utah. 1-12-tf
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery bldg., Hudson ave. Ind.
515 Rcsidenco Ind. 503. 616 Wash,
SANITARY WORK '
PIONEER SCAVENGER, Nels Mc
Cartr. 'xty years In Ogden and
still cleaning ya-ds, cesspools or
grease traps and vaults. Clean yards
by the week or month. Boll phono
321-Z. 272S Grant Ave., Ogden, Utah.
SECOND HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suit
cases cheap. A SIncr. Bell phone 1321.
119 1-2 Twenty-fifth street 1- Myr
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN &
Storage Co., moving vans, all kinds
transfer work; pianos a specialty. Of
fice 328 1-2 25th ct Phonos 2G3
PARASOLS and umbrollas recovered
Ind 433. Bell 571-X. 7-5-tf
BLACKSMITH business for sale or
rent. Shop, tools, stock and land.
Address Blacksmith, care Standard.
FIVE-ROOM apartment in Peery
Apartment house, 129 21th street
FINE laundrv worje. Ind. Phone 3689
A 7-25-1 wk
EARN ?100 and over per mouth and
not interfering with your present
occupation at first. Modem Ass'n. 709
Pino St., St Louis, Mo. 7-2 1-twk
CLEAN white rasa at Standard office.
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Wint 'advertisement-' coat one cenl
PT wora 'ach hssue, or 5 cent- pet
Un of tlve word- per day. no flrat
Insertion le than 25 cents, or two
or mors lines per week at the rate ot
26 &snts per line per week, or 75
cent, par line per month. Remomber
five average warao make a line. Al!
advertloements on this VaQ must b
paid in advance. No exception to thl
rule HELP vTANTisa
WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose. 70
per cent profit. Make $10 daily.
Full or part time. Beginners investi
gate. Strong Knit. Box 4029, West
Philadelphia, Pa. 6-10-4t
CHAMBERMAID at Reed hotel. 7-25-tf
EXPERIENCED dressmaker, wants,
during her vacation, some places
to sew by the day. Call 1114-Z Bell.
SEND no money. Just say "tell me
how to make $5 dailv in spare time."
Clear Creek Specialty Co., BBox 216,
Idaho Springs, Colo. 7-29-3t
FOR A GOOD paying proposition. Call
at 2143 Lincoln ave, between 6 and
3 pm. F. B Gately. 7-26-lwk.
TRAVELING salesmen making small
towns are making from 55 to $10
per day carrying our pocket side line.
For particulars address Manager, 516
118 N. La Salle St , Chicago. 7-29-lt
JAPANESE boy wants position; house
work or porter. 155 24th St, City.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ONLY hotel in Nevada's best raining
and ranch camp, $2,500. Cash re
quired; balance easy. Fred Tarbell,
Round Mountain, Nev. 7-29-lwk
FURNITURE of 10-room house. Fur
niture brings in $50 over the rent;
full of rooms Sold cheap if taken at
once; .$400 cash. Central location.
X, Care Standard. 7-29-lwk
DAVENPORT and small buffet in good
condition Call between 1 and 2
o'clock. 2443 Adams. 7-29-lwk
SQUARE PIANO, pictures, carpets,
lady's and man's bicycles, bed, book
cases, etc. 2671 Jefferson. Bell
phone 665-X, Ind., 665. 7-27-lwk
FURNITURE of a 21-room rooming
house. All full. 371 22nd St. 7-20-1 wk
100 HORSES. L. Cummins & Sons,
Montello, Nev. 7-26-lmo
UPRIGHT PIANO. Call Ind. 3S63-D.
AT GREAT sacrifice, on account sick
ness, furniture of 7-room modern
house; one room rented more than
half pays the rent. House for rent
239 27th St. 7.24-lwk
CARLOAD of unbroke horses, for sale.
John A. Tavlor and Sons. Plain City
Bell, 9363 Black. 7-23 lwk
$1400. Crater's popcorn and peanut
machine with candy case, electric
plant, also gas plant, national cash
register and stock. Paying $100 mo.
For $1,000 cash. Address W. G. S.
GAS ENGINE cheap, 2 to 3 horsepow
er. Inquire between 10 a. m. and 3
p. ro.. Press Room, Standard build
PASSENGER ELEVATOR CAGE
cheap for cash at the Standard of
COPYTNG MACHINE FOR SALE A
second-hand, neostyle UBed less
than a dozen time, In first-claas or
der for sale. Printing office has no
use for copying machine Inqulro at
the Standard office. 6-6-tf
CHEAP, eight-room modern house. Ex
cellent location Bell Phone, 1127;
Ind. 53 7-28-lwk
160 ACRES dry farm, three miles from
store and railroad, $1,500. on pay-
ments. HUNTER & KENNEDY. 211
First National. 7-27-t
ROOMING HOUSE, old established
business; good location; bargain if
taken at once. Owner wishes to leave
Washington avenue property If you
aro looking for an investment don't
Nice homo on the installment plan.
Five-room cottage, cheap: $600 cash
will handle this deal. J. C. Nyo, First
National Bank Bldg. 7-25-tf
DO YOU want a REAL bargain? One
half acre, six-room house, shade,
fruit, garden. In railroad district, only
$1,600. Hunter &. Kennedy, 211 First
DON'T PAY RENT ANOTHER DAYI
Buy this good 5-room house, with
electric lights, city wator and side
walks for only $1,250 Near Union
Depot, where "values are increasing
rapidly. Pay us $200 cash and $20
month'y. like rent, and move into your
own home. Don't 'phone, but come to
our office today and luvestigato this
IVES' REAL ESTATE COMPANY,
380 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to Joan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelry, firearmB, etc.
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1SS5. The Money Londers of Ogden;
278' 25th SL C. H. Smith, Prop.
MORTGAGE LOANS dn Improved
farm or city property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 211 Mrst Nationa! Bldg.
LADY'S gold watch between Syqlvan
park and S3d and AVall ae. Rolurn
lo 223 "WV 3 1st. Reward. Bell. S134..
BULLDOG with black ove. black car
and black spot on tail. Answors to
name, Jeff. 510 reward. Return to
3007 Wall. 2-24-lt
FOR RENT. UmMm
FURN1SHB.D ROOMS. H
E;EG'a:NTLY'; furnished 54-room H
. apar tmerff, strictly modern, no
children. 2341 Adams. 7-29-lwk IH
THREE dafidy furnished joomj;- mod- H
ern. Close in. F. J. Heuderahot.
Co tli 'phones. -t 7-29-tS H
THREE housekeeping rooms; clothes H
closet, lights. 257 22nd. 7-29-lwk MMm
FURNISHED ROOM for two gentle-
men. 600 21th SL 7-28-lwk MM
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COREY apartments,. 2564 Wash. Phone H
630. 7-27-t. M
MODERN housekeeping. 536 3lBt. H
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, electric Mm
lights, bath. 2017 Wash ave. Call 11H
evenings: 7-26-lwk 11
FOUR furnished rooms, modern, with ir1H
bath. 465 22d SL 7-25-lwk IlH
TWO furnished room3, bedroom and I MM
parlor, S10 a month. Ind Phone lli
3089-A. 7-25-tt !
NICELY furnished light rooms in new I'l.H
modern house; also board If desired. ill!H
219 23rd St 7-24-lwk ftliH
THREE furnished rooms for light H. H
housekeeping, Modern. 517 22nd. Ott-, H
Btreet. 7-14-lwk yH.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms for rent. VH H
427 24th SL 7-10-lmo ll'-H
FURNISHED rooms. 2152 Lincoln 111
ave. 7-7-lmo ;
ROOMS, $5 and $10 per month, 370 ill
28th. 7-6-lmo Wimm
COREY apartments, 2564 Wash. Phono iiiH
60. 7-27 tt MjffH
FOR RENT; flfl
UNFURNISHED ROOMS iflffl
TWO ROOMS for rent, 268 29th St. HI I
FOR RENf: Fill
ROOMS AND BOARD. J:
MELROSE, board, rooms. 2639 Jeffer- Iwl
eon. 7-29-lmo UK I
ROOMS AN1 SOARB. 333 Adanu. 151
2-lS-t? 1 191
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FOR RENT. Ill
ONFURN13HEL HOUSE. JH
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ONE 6-'room house; modern. Close in, llfl
$15.00. Bell, 248-K. 7-29-lwk 111
GOOD house, fine location, near high fl
school, suitable for taking roomers. Ill
Call Independent Telephone 1167.
7-29-3 1 tWM
FOUR-ROOM modern house, 444 31st III
St. 7-28-lwk ;j M
5-ROOMBD house, 2229 Jackson. $15.00 j II
month. In good condition. Apply 1-1
J. O. Woody, 2165 Wash. Ave, over Ii
Spargo's. 7-27-tf i-fl
TEN-ROOM modern house, 2739 'I'l
Grant avenue. Apply in the rear 'II
or Bell phone 95. 7-27-lwk III
4-ROOM bouse, 213S Jefferson. Inqupc H
Christenson Shoe Store. 7-27-M MM
6-ROOM house on Reeves ave. lnqune i
Dr. Condon, Boyle block. 7-27-tl MMM
4-ROOM modern house and bath.. 2129 Ufl
Quincv. Phone B. 133 i-Y. fl
7-26-lwk 5 '
FIVE-ROOM modern cottage, furnaco ! A
heat 272S Lincoln ave. Bell phone (?
779-Y. 7-26-lwk ' U
7-ROOM house, modern, pantry; good fjM
basement. 162 23rd st. 7-26-lwk MM
2214 LINCOLN, inquire 2212 Lincoln MM
or N. D. White. Reed Hotel. 7-26-wk H
SMALL HOUSE. 2054 Farr ave. H
SEVEN-ROOM modern flat, unfurnish- ,
ed. Over Smith Grocery. Bell
Phone 91; Ind., 1163. 7-24-lwk MM
A THREE-ROOM and six-room house,
close in. 2155 Adams. 7-25-lwk jV
FOUR-ROOM MODERN; 252 22nd St. fl
A SIX-ROOM modern brick, with bath, H
pantry, closets and concrete cellar. Bfl
H. C. Wardlelgh, 2210 Qulncy. Bell
149C-Y. oM-tt II
" FOR RENT " 181
FURNISHED HOUSES, !
FOUR-ROOM modem furnished apart- Ifl
ments on bench. Bell 1677. HI I
FURNISHED house, 255 1 Lincoln. Call M
2506 Lincoln. 7-25-lwk IfllH
FOUR-ROOMED nicely furnished IH
house. 52? 22nd St. 7-24-lmo M
5-ROOM furnished house, 556 23rd. - M
FOR RENT APARTMENT . I
MODERN apartment, strictly up to , I
date. 2248 Jefferson. 7-18-lwk H
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FOR RENT OFFICES. I
OFFICE room cheap; over Clark's lf 1
store 7-12-lwk i I
PERSONAL. A I
GENTLEMAN of 35 would like to Jl I
meet lady or widow between 20 T? imt
and 30 years of age; matrimony; one I'll
without a cent preferred. G. H. Par- At H
dee, general delivery. 7--9-4t ,H
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WRINKLES removed. Guaranteed re- I H
suits. Free demonstration. Mrs. G. t 1
Dixon. 2345 Grant ave. 7-181 mo k M
GOOD PASTURE. " I
HORSES AND COWS pastured near I
town. Terms reasonable. Enquire f H
J. G. Read Bros. Co. 7-7,1 mc I
HAIR GOODS JfH
BRING YOUR COMBINGSj have II
switches and puffs made. Switches U mm
for sale. C. E. Lee. 2002 WashAve. 1 H
FOR $10 a four months' course in Te- - M
legraphy, including practice Instru. JH
ment also diploma at graduation. H
Address "Q," cure Orpheunx Hotel. RH
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