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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1909
11 Ogden Business Directory
J
AdcrUsomcms In this column cost
75c per lino per month payable In advance
vance
ALVORD ANYTHING Bell 333
H 3lt
ABSTRACTORS
THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO
Licenced and Bonded Abstractors
of Title to any land In Weber county
Office under First Natl Bank
ARCHITECTS
SHREEVE S MADSEN 1st Nat Bank
ATTORNEYSATLAW
i N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary
Probate and Real Estate Law Special
ties First Nat Dank Bldg Phones
A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Of
fice over Badcons Drug Store 1 seek
I the business of all parties am at
torney against all corporations and
monopolies Prepared to transact any
and all kinds of legal business
E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 407408 First National Bank
building General practice
i
I S T CORN AttorneyatLaw 207
20S First Natl Bank Bldg
JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney And
Counselor at Law 40 and 41 First Na
tional Bank Bldg Ogden Utah Both
phonos Notary
R S FARNSWORTH Attorneyat
Law 311 and 315 Eccles Bldg
JOHN T POPE AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 417118 First National Bank
Bldg Ogdeu Utah S5U
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
THE DENCigars and Tobacco
Pipe Doctors 825tt
CONTRACTORS BUILDERS
C STUART2952 Wall Bell 373X
Estimates furnished free of charge
General repair work a specialty Prices
reasonable
DECORATING
I F E WEBERG For flrst class dec
orating 325 Ninth street
HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES
t
r
MRS C E LEEHair Switches
For sale at reduced prices Hair
chains a specialty Masquerade cos
tumes to rent for balls and theaters
All mail orders promptly attended to
321 24th St P O Box 435
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk phono us up wo
will call for It Bell phono 325K
Ind 725
MUSIC
AUDITORIUM BAND MUSIC Fur
nished for all occasions Ind 1134
3721 A Boll 1205 7 1 tf
OGDEN CONCERT BAND Mu
sic for All Occasions C O Williams
Mgr Bell 503 A E Thomas Sec
Treas Phone 38 E W Nichols Con
ductor Phono Ind 1196
PAINTERS AND PAPER
HANGERS
J R DRANE PaJntlng and Paper
hanging 2219 Madison Boll phono
894K
PHOTOGRAPHERS
THE THOMAS STUDIO High
grade portraiture In Facial Crayon
and India Ink 2457 Wash Ave Both
phones
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
I DR A FERNLUND ynlclan and
Surgeon Offlco hours 10 and 12 a
I moo 12 to 1 p m 340 25th St Office
phonos Boll 515K Ind 515 Resldenco
616 Wash Ind phono 602
SHOE REPAIRING
SHOE REPAIRINGAt tho lowest
prcec All aro Invited to see B W
Postma 2568 Wash Avo
SANITARY WORK
NELS McCARTY All work subject
I to sanitary Inspector 2728 Grant Boll
phono 324Z
I TRANSFER COMPANIES
I JOGALONG TRANSFER Vano
piano Moving a Specialty Also own
ers of Wagon Vacuum Houso Clean
ing Machine 328 12 25th St Both
phones 283
SLADE Succeasor to Allen Trans
fer CoJ C Slado Lessee Furniture
Vans and Storage Ofllco 408 25th St
Both phones 321
ALLEN Baggage Hack and Bus
Line Baggago and passenger tram
fcr a specialty 412 25th Both phones
22
UMBRELLA REPAIRING
UMBRELLA REPAIRING Umbrcl
las repaired and recovered J don
Hartog 92S 28th Street Both phones
UPHQLSTERING REPAIRING
< VAN KAMPEN Parlor furniture
upholstered and repaired varnishing
t mattress making carpets cleaned fit
ind laid Estimates submitted on ro
piest Phones Ind 661 Bell 8S3X
2769 Volker 8 9 U
NOTICE
TO BEET GROWERS
Tho Amalgamated Sugar Co olllce
have been moved to the second floor
of the Eccles Building
A Y P EXPOSITION RATES
Via Oregon Short Line R R 375 I
from Ogden to Seattle and return on
bale dally commencing June IsU As
agents for further particulars
O S L EXCURSION TO SAL
Lake City every Sunday 5100 round
trip Eight dally trains to and from
Iho CapitaL
> I <
JAr P J rt1
I l Market ie o fthe MIDr 1lIDlbillakers
KEEP OUTif You Cant or Wont Offer a Square Deal Keep Out of the Market Place of the
Munnimakerc Whether You ro an Advertiser or a Buyer Theres One
Thing You are SURE of when You Deal in the Market Place
of the Munnimakers Deal Thats Square
Finding htE Ora e
Best Co olneJr
I
By MR MUNNIMAKER
The Famous ProfitWizard of the Standard Classified Advertising
Columns
r
Speaking of the problems that face the business man who sells
only one article of a kindsuch as paintings antique furniture
works ofTirt etc etca problem which is equally important to the
individual who has such an article to seHMr Munmniaker the fa
mous Profit Wizard of the Standard gave some helpful and interest
ing hints yesterday to a visitor who called on him for advicec
Mr jluummaker as everybody in the city knows is the prCsid
ing genius of the busy enterprising classified want ad columns of the
Standard
1 Selling a single article of which you have no duplicate and
which you can sell to only one customer is a business problem
entirely different from selling an article of which you may have one I
or two dozen in stock which can be sold to as many customers as de
sire It When you have only ono arti
cle of the kind and sell to only one
customer it Is of course Important to
find tho customer to whom that art
cle would be most valuable in other
words the customer who wants that I
article tho most and who naturally
would be willing to pay the highest
price for it
Instead of being merely a problem
of getting all the people who arc inter
estod In such au article to hold up
their hands and say they are Inter
ested tho problem really is to select
from the thousands of possible cus
tomers the ono customer who desires
that article the most and who will
pay the most for It
Of course that sounds like hunting
for a needle in a haystake and It
would be exactly like that if the sel
ler used ordinary methods to find his
customer It would take an enor
mous amount of hunting and letter
writing circulars and poatago
stamps to find the most Interested
customer But on the other hand
see how easy It Is to pick out the 010
most Interested customer from the
whole enormous mass of Standard
readers if you put the announcement j
of your offer in a Classified ad in the
uLlardlhe busy Market Place of
the jMunuimakcrs I
Thoro is positively no hotter surer
quicker easier way for the business
man or the Individual who wants to
make only a single sale to a single
customerthan to find that one best
customer through a classified ad in j
the Standard I
I
The truth of this Is being proved
every day and you can see the proof
of It in the offers of this sort which
are constantly appearing In tho Mar I
ket Place of the Munnlmakors
t Copyrighted 1909 by Metropolitan Syndicate Inc I
HELP WANTED
FEMALE i
WANTED Woman to wash and Iron
Electric washer and other conven
iences 2u22 Jefferson 9 9 3t
WANTEDGIrl for general house
work Mrs Fred 51 Nye 254C
Jeff Ave 99V
I
WANTED Girl to work in book
bindery Apply 237G Wash Avfcl
upstairs DSlw
WANTED Chocolalo dippers Olyni
pIn Candy Co 231S Wash Steady
work 97lw
WANTEDA competent woman or
girl for housework 132 27th 0 G If
rEDCompetent woman or girl
for general housework 157 Canyon
Road 9 4 09
t
WANTED girl to do housework
Mrs 1 L Clark 2375 Madison
9 1 tf
WANTED Good presser at Elite
Cleaning Co Apply 1SS1 Wash
S2Gtf
I
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
PERMANENT position as bookkeeper
for half day mornings Address D
caro Standard 9 I 2ks
DRESSMAKING 23bG Wash Ave
4 20 If
WANTEDSome plain sewing to do
at homo Childrens clothes espec
ially Mrs Ida Peterson 537 29th
9 3 tf
HELP WANTED
MALE
MAN to emboss cards at home even
ings no experience no canvassing
1200 weekly Enclose stamp Man
tiattan Card Co New York U 13 it
iVANTED Young men for good posi
tions as stenographers Ogden Bus
iness College Lewis Block 9 10 tf
WANTED Boys and girls Apply U
P Laundry Commissary Bldg
Union Dopot 99tf
BARBER trade taught In eight weeks
Graduates earn from 12 to 30 dol
lam por week Moler Barber College
19 Commercial St Salt Lako City
Utah G 11 tf
AGENTS WANTED
I
WANTED Life Insurance representa
tive oldline company 206207 Bos
ton Building Salt Lake City S 21 If
SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE
l
WANTED A young man of good hab
its desires place to work for board
and room hllo attending school Og
den Business College Lewis Block
9 hLI
WANTED Paper hanging by expert
paper hanger and decorator of 25
years eastern experience all work
guaranteed first class at lowest prices
Address F B care Standard 9Slwk
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS
ONE LARGE furnished room with out
liOXE
sldo door Bell phone 1540K
9 11 iwk
FOR RENT3 new rooms 2 clothes
closets largo pantry electric light
95S 22nd St 9 9 Iwk
FOR NTTwo furnished rooms
bath and furnace heat 759 23rd St
9 10 lwk
r
FOR RENT Furnished rooms aii3
Monroe 99n
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS
1
Continued I
NICE bedroom 236 21th St 9 1O1tu
lmI
FURNISHED rooms modern 635 2Rth
St 99lW
MODERN room suitable for two with
board The Molroso 2639 Jefferson
y 9 itf
nr
FOR RENT Modern r
rooms 2946J
Grant I f 9 93t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping Ind Tel 3C71A
831tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms 2360
Jefferson 820lm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms 2C13
Washington The Lawrence
FURNISHED BED ROOM 370 2Sth
street 9Slwk
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
171 22nd St 624tf
FOR RENT
ROOMS AND BOARD
BOARD AND LODGING at 2126 Wash
ington avo Phono 1076y 98tf
BOARD and room 149 26th Street
C 29 tf
FURNISHED rooms wlta ooard 2S3U
Adams 817tI
IOOM and board for one or two la
dies 2519 Orchard avo 9 6 tg
FOR RENT I
II
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
I
FOR RENT Sixroom modern brick
house pantry nod closet concrete
cellar 223C Quincy Ave 9 13 3t
HOUSE FOR RENT Fiveroom house
sewer connections 271S Jeff j
9 11 iMlc 1
FOR RENT 5room modern house I
Phone 1393y 9Slwk
FOR RENT Croom house with nice
barn and lawn Tel 252Y Bell
91tf
FOR RENT 9room modern house
railroad district Kelly Herrlck
91tt
EIGHTROOM house Now paint and
papor In West Ogden convenient
to shops C D Ives Broom Hotel
Corner 9 2 tfI
1
FOURroom house It R locality 8
Weddell 8 14 Imo I
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES
TWELVEroom house for rent and fur
nlturo of 4 looms for sale 2356
Grant 9 6 lwk
FOR RENTNine roomed nicely fu
fished house Ind phone 3671A
8 30 tf
WANTED I
FURNISHED HOUSES
WANTED or 5room furnished
house Couplo without children J
B Colby Western Union Telegraph
Ofllce 97lw
FOR SALEFARMS
I
FORSALEOflo fruit and ono dairy
farm Address 1 Standard
S 26 Imo
FOR IvnSCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE One mahogany bookcase
with a set of good books cheap
Inquire 126 W 22nd D 11 tf
FIRSTCLASS Jersey cow fresh 1915
Grant Ave 9 11 Iwk
FOR SALE Horse and surrey in
quire 2731 Monroe 9 10 iwk
FOR SALEA good milch cow 2769
Volkcr 9 9 tf
FOR SALEA new Powers Moving
Picture machine and three motors
Inquire 2214 Wash 0 9 Iwk
FOIl SAhELarge strong trunk
cheap 2601 Adams Ave 99tf
A CLEAN stock of drugs and fixtures
can be bought on easy terms with
a new twostory building to renL Best
location In town between Dancing
Hall and P O The only drug store
In own and the only ono within a
radius of 15 miles For particulars
wrlto to Druggist Gunnison Sanpeto
County Utah 9 2 2wks
FOR SALEA No 1 portable bako
oven In good condition also two Na
tional Cash Registers Wards 356
25th 7 31 tf
FOR SALE Now 5room White Press
ed brick house Strictly modorn
Call Boll 530 S 21 Imo
FOR SALE Fino young driving maro
good buggy and harness 2157 Mad
isou Ave S 17 tf
PAPER HANGING
JAMES THOMPSON export paper
cleaner painted walls burlap 2317
Jackson Bell 1168 Ind 3652
9 9 Imo
MONEY TO LOAN
NOTES of reliable employes and wage
earners bought and payments re
ceived on easy weekly or monthly in
stallments City Loan Agency 316
First National Bank Bldg 6 1 U
ON city property and Improved farms
HUNTER KENNEDY 211 First
National 430tf
MONEY to loan on watches diamonds
jewelry firearms etc Undo Sams
Loan Office established 18S5 The
Money Lenders of Ogden 278 25th
C H SMITH Prop 9 4 lyr
WANTEDTO BUY
ANTEDc1efJn white ragfl at tho
Standard office 2 17 U
FOUND
FOUNDPass on Missouri Pacific
railroad Owner can have same by
calling at Standard office and paying
for this ad 9Stf
FOUND Pair gold rim spectacles
Same can bo had by owner by pay
ing for this ad and proving propori
9113t
LOST
LOST Five keys on ring Reward
H L White Potter Buffet 25th St
9Ull
LOSTBuckskin horse 4 years old
4 white foot No brand Wire cut
on breast Weight SOO pounds Re
ward 2178 Wash Ave 9 11 Iwk
FRATERNAL
OGDEN LODGE NO1 D OF H
Ogden Lodge No1 D of H meets
in I O O F Hall 2416 Washington
Ave the first and third Thursday
evenings of cacb month at 730 p m
Vsltlng sisters and brothers cordially
Invited to attend
EDITH PROUT C of H
JENNETTE HILL Financier
L JENNIE PROUT Recorder
ROYAL NEIGHBCRS OF AMERICA
Excelsior Camp Ko 3240 meets
every second and fourth Monday even
ing of each month at tho Eagles ball
Visiting members cordially Invited
MRS MARY DORA Oracle 365
Twentysecond street
JOSIE RHEA Recorder 58 22nd St
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE
FOR SALE CHEAP
LARGE brick house barn brick out
buildings 2 12 acres fine soil In fruit
and berries an olegant location on
car line 177 North Wash Ave Must
be sold at once Inquire of owner H
M Barrows Bell phone 412Z 9 13 tf
FOR SALE Lovely little home 12
acre ground line soil within city
Must be sold this week 2100 O A
Whlto 362 25th St 993t
FOR SAT EGood building lot on
Lincoln avenue Inquire 2915 Lincoln
avenue 9Slmo
FOR SALE Modern frame house
largo lot and barn 728 26th
9l2wks
FOR SALE Three flno lots 18 by
100 feet easy payments Inqulro
3175 Grant Phone Bell 62K
FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE
Do you know ono good real estate In
vestment is worth a lifetime labor
Its true Think It over then como and
see us
5 acres young peach orchard ready
to bear next > 08J situated about 3
miles from center of Ogden near
street car line
5acro orchard onchaff peaches one I
half apples selected for a commercial
proposition Near street car and rail
road station
Either of above orchards situated
close enough to Ogden for pwnor to
work In city Especially suitable for
Investment or homo for railroad man
or cleric who desires to save some
money Will bo sold on monthly pay
mcnts
5acrc fruit form near Ogden on
street car line modern Improvements
with 7room brick houso and fine
water right 6 acres bearing concord
grapes and other fruit Terms Snap
I KELLY C8l HERRICK 1
7
FRATERNAL
rI
I LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
r Silver Hive No1 meets the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday afternoons at 230
p m In I O 0 F hall 2116 Wash
legion AVO Visiting members cor
lally Invited
IDA HOLLAND L C
L JENNIE PROUT R K
2455 Van Buren Ave
B OF R T
Brotherhood Railway Trainmen Og
den Lodge No 68 meets every Thurs
day evening Eagles Hall at S p m
C D SIMPSON President
R A IRVINE 272 26th Sooy
A B CANFIELD Treasurer
2119 Monroe
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN
Ogden Homestead No 1605 meets
second and fourth Thursday nights at
730 in K C hall No 2473 Wash
Ave Visiting archers cordially In
vltcd to meet with us Henry Burchell
foreman 232 22nd street Laura M
Wlant correspondent 555 27th St
b P O SaKS
B P O Elks Ogdon Lodgo NO 719
odgo and olub rooms second floor
M16 Washington avenue Regular
meetings every Tuesday evening
JOHN S CORLEW Exalted Ruler
J H KNAU33 Secretary
ROYAL ARCANUM
Fraternal BenoCcIary Order In
ures men at reasonable rates Accu
mulated emergency fund nearly five
million dollars Rocky Mountain Coun
cil No 637 moots second and fourth
Thursday at I O 0 F hall 2416
Washington avenue H L Peterson
Regent J W Wothorspoon Collector
G B Roberts Secretary
IMPROVED ORDER Of RED MEN
Improved Order of Redmen Hiawatha
tha Tribe No3 meets in Eagle hall
Friday evenings at 8 oclock Visiting
chiefs cordially Invited
J L BLOSSER Sachem
E R GEIGER C of R
A B WRIGHT C of W
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
I
Weber Camp No 71 meets In K
of P hall in the Utah National Bank I
building every Thursday evening at S
oclock Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend
A T WYKES C C
E AUTH Clerk First National
Bank Building
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No 9990 meets every
Tuesday night at S p m at Eaglgs
Hall 25th St Visiting members In
vited to meet with us
A W Agee Consul
J H SHAFER Clerk
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Womon of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
681 moot every Wednesday night at
730 oclock K ol P halL Visiting
Neighbors Invited
Duos can bo paid at Blnghomg gro
cery store 25th St tho afternoon of
the 28th of each nvnth
SARAH RANSON Q N 145 West
Patterson Avo
MARIE CRITES Clerk 2731 Man
roe avenue
ODD FELLOWS
Ogaen Lodgo No 5 Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows Meets In L 0 O
F hall ovary Tuesday evening Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to be
present
JAMES MncBETH Noblo Grand
HENRY KISoEL Secretary
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4
I 0 O F Meets second and fourth
Frlda evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members invited
LAURA M WIANT N G
AMANDA JENKINS Rec Secy
H
ORDER OF OWLS
Ogden Nest No 1218 Onler of Owls
meets in Odd Follows Hall over Elks
club every 2nd and Itb Wednesday
nights of each month Visiting Owls
cordially invited
JOSEPH OLIVER President
W M PIGGOTT Secretary
375 24th Street
ORDER RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatcn Division No 124 O R oi
moots second ami fourth Fridays at
230 p m In K of P hall corner
Washington avenue and 21th street
All brothers aro cordially invited to
attend
GEO ALLEN C C
D L BOYLE S and T
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ogden Lodge No2 Knights ot
Pythias meets at Castle Hall Utah
National Bank building every Mon
day evening All K of Ps requested
to moot with us
AMOS HUDSON C C
W W GROSSMAN M of E
W S UNDERWOOD K of R
and S
MAS09MC
Queen Esther Chapter No4 O E
S Regular meetings held at Masonic
hall on Washington avenue between
Twentyfifth and Twentysixth streets
the first and third Fridays of each
month Sojourning members cordial
ly invited to attend
EVA F COREY W M
LILY V HALSTED Secr
Sego Lily Circle No 174 ev
ery second and fourth Monday nights
at 730 In I O 0 F hall Visiting
neighbors cordially Invited
MINNIE MULLER G N
3057 Porter Avenuo
KATE HEYMAN Clerk 233 ½
23rd Street
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Acne No 118 F O E meets every
Wednesday evening In Eagle hall east
of Reed hotel at 800 Visiting
Brother Eagles arc Invitod to attend
tho Aorta meetings
A C FIELITZ W President
E R GEIGER Secretary
DR H B FORBES Acne Physician
YELLOWSTONE PARK EX
CURSION VIA 0 S L
Sept 16th 4375 round trip which
includes necessary rail and stage
transportation also hotel accommoda
tlons In the Park for tho complete
flvcday tour
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
RI6UTNESS
Of MORAL
LAWS
REV CARVERS THEME AT PRES
BYTERIAN CHURCH
Enforcement of the Worlds Codes In
Emphasized In Splendid DIs
course
Speaking upon the theme of Tho
Rightness of Enforced Moral Laws
Rev J E Carver pastor of the Con
gregational church said last night in
partA
A few years ago a wealthy Call
ornian gave a largo sum of money
to be used In the
manufacture of a
telescope of gigantic proportions The
lens Is to bo eight and onethird foot
In diameter With it the moon can
e seen as distinctly as If It wore hut
fifty miles away and objects onehalf
the size of tho Washington capitol
can be clearly discerned upon It Thus
the far will be made near How
wonderfully does the law and word
and promises of God bring His great
reality near unto us Ho Is thus made
so near that lie can guide blosa and
correct his people Among all the
sentences of a worldwide language
none has more of deep meaning to the
race than the first and greatest com
mandment Thou shall love the Lord
thv God with all thy mind and with
all thy heart and with all thy soul
An Eternal Law
Not many years ago the attention
of the world was called to an ancient
code of laws long burled In eastern
nuns but then alter a lapse of four
thousand years brought to tho light
Their chief claim to value lay in their
being the idea of legal right as com
prehended by a primitive people of
a forgotten race I call lour atten
tion tonight to a law which la Tar
older and one that strange to relate
Is as binding in authority and right
ness as it was In that dim past when
it first was made known unto men
Thou shalt lovo thy God with all thy
mind and with all thy heart and with
all thy soul IB still in point of age
In point of universality and In point
of binding authority the first and the
greatest law of the world It Is far
more ancient than the Bible for It
was as binding upon the first man as
it is upon us today It was known
lone before tho ten commandments
of Moses or tho ethics and sacrificial
teaching of the Christ were heard
With its second statute Thou shalt
love thy neighbor as thyself It has
become the first law In Importance
for all other right laws arc founded
upon them
It Is said that the religious peo
ple have no right to enforce strict
and reformatory laws upon those who
do not wish them Because Sunday
laws reform laws prohibition and
kindred measures are against the
sentiment belief and convictions of
many therefore wo arc told that they
should not be enacted or enforced
The question of the real reformatory I
value of such measures IB left for a
later sermon But surely the whole
question of the rightness of a law lies
not In public opinion for or against it
but in tho worth of the measure It
solf And the real scope of all law
that has right to a place In the lives
of civilized peoples is Included in
these two They are as applicable to
one day and race as to another To
deny the right of such a law Is to
deny the existence of a God for If
there be a Creator a Sustainer an
Allwise Ruler then not only has He
the right to give such a law but such
a law in itself is Just and right
Worth of Laws
We can but note that much Is said
today about tho right to enact awe
which are contrary to the desire of a
large number of people
If law Is of value If It Is Inherent
ly right then It matters not by whom
It Is advanced opposed it Is right
to enforce it and indeed the question
of the Tightness a law lies In Its
I conformity with the spirit which
should underlie all law I e does it
protect the weak safeguard the Inno
cent and make for the general well
being of society Many laws in fact
all laws at times seem to conflict
i with some ones personal liberty In
stance for example our sanitary our
child labor and our pure food laws
So also laws restricting the building
I of inflammable buildings within the
cities fire limits In these cases a
higher law than that of personal lib
erty IB In power Personal ends are
supplanted by higher ones We lice
this In patriotism In 1850 when 25
000 French were encamped at Kloa
terkamp a young officer Cbevelier
dAssls was sent into the near woods
to reconnoitre He was surrounded
by the enemy who with drawn bayo
nets warned him not to give the alarm
Instantly personal liberty gave way to
a higher code and he shouted tho
alarm Ho fell pierced with many
bayonets but the French were saved
So God and our fellowmen ofttlmet
call us to a higher standard of right
than our personal liberty
Lesson From the Birds
Such laws are needed Strange to
say mankind Is far behind other llv
Ing creatures In learning to shun that
which is harmful In some parts of
the Tyrol where birds of passage
once were gathered In great numbers
at seasons of the year they now shun
completely on their annual migrations
because of tho hunters who frequent
ed those places Darwin tolls how
animals Imitating each others cau
tion learn by experience to shun ccr
tale traps and so no species can long
be caught In the same place in the
same way But mankind has been
caught for ages by the same old trap
and bait The pitfalls of Babylon
were made inviting just as those of
Ogden are today and souls are sold
for money position drink licentious
ness cards and the dance today as
they were then and still earthly hopes
are blasted and earthly days made
black by their awful harvest
Applicable to Tij Day
God had the right to give this law
to you my hearer and you for your
sake and the sake of your fellow
men need It Thou shalt loVe the
Lord thy God Is binding on you You
may say you dont want such a law
It will cause you to give up too much
and all that but It IB right and
therefore It has continued
It Is hard Indeed to keep any law
r which enjoins that which we love and
r requires what we loathe to give This
Ir more acute when we havo to do
with God for Ho asks not tho keeping
of the letter but tho spirit as well
Therefore Hla first law In not a law
of force hut a law nf love We miirfL
love Him His work His rewards and
service or our striving to keep His
law la hollow mockery Do you not
see clearly then the great need of all
that Is Implied In conversion cro you
can even commence to servo Him 7
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the Municipal Court within and
for tho City of Ogden County of We
ber State of Utah
Before Hon J D Murphy Munici
pal Judge and ExOfflcio Justice of
tho Peace
Rasmus Christensen Plaintiff vs
L B Dorr defendant
The State of Utah to said defend
ant
You are hereby summoned to appear
before the above entitled court within
ten 10 days after service of this
summons upon you If served within
the count in which this action Is
brought otherwise within twenty days
after this service and defend tho
above entitled action in case of your
failure to do so judgment will be
rendered against you according to tho
domand of tho complaint in said ac
tion which was filed In said court on
tho 19th day of June A D 1903
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Weber County greeting
Mako legal service and due return
hereof
Witness Hon J D Murphy Judge
of said Court with the Seal thereof
this 25th day of June HInt
SEAL I X FULTON
Cierk
leli
This action Is brought to recover
from tho defendant the sum of 6560
alleged to be duo upon a certain prom
issory note made executed and de
livered by the defendant io the plain
tiff DAVID JENSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF INTENTION
NOTICE Is hereby given by the
City Council of Ogden City Utah of
the Intention of such Council to mako
tho following Improvements towit
To create all of Patterson Avenue
from Wall to Pacific Avenues a side
walk district and to build In said dis
trict concrete sidewalks in tho man
ner following towlt
To build on said street as above
mentioned concrete sidewalks 4
Inches thick and 6 foot In width
Tho estimated cost of said Improve
ments h 3228000
The boundaries of the district to be
benefited and affected by said 1m
provcments aro lines drawn 60 feet
outward from and parallel to tho out
er boundary lines of said street for
the whole length thereof viz on
Patterson avenue from Wall to Pa
cific Avenues
Jor the payment of the costs and ex
penses of making said Improvements
tho City Council Intends to levy and
collect special and local taxes upon
the lots blocks parts of lots and
blocks lands and real estate lying
and being within the boundaries of
the said district to the extent of the
benefits to said property by reason of
said improvements
The City Council will on Monday
the 27th day of September 1909 at S
oclock p m in the City Council
Chamber City Hall Ogden Utah hear
objections in writing from any and
all persons Interested In said local
and special assessment
Ordered by the City Council Aug
ust 31st 1909
A F PARKER
City Engineer
Engneer
First publication September 2nd 1909
Last publication September 23rd 1909
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ogden Utah Sept 2nd 1909
Sealed proposals for building side
walks and curbs and gutters in Side
walk District No 105 being
Barlow avenue from 26th to 27th
Streets under plans and specifica
tions prepared by tho City Engineer
and approved by the City Council will
be received at the office of tho City
Recorder in the City Hall at Ogden
City aforesaid until 8 oclock p m
on the 27th day of September 1909
and in the City Council chamber on
the evening of said date until the
time that the Council shall call for
said bids at which time all bids re
ceived will bo publicly opened and
read aloud
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects
By order of the City Council
A F PARKER
I City Engineer
I First publication Sept 2 1900
Last publication Sept 23 1909
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ogden Utah August 25 1909
Sealed proposals for building side
walks in Sidewalk District 102 being
21st Street from Monroe to Harrison
I
Avenues
23rd Street from Madison to Harri
son Avenues
Harrison Avenue from 21st to 25th
Streets
Van Buren Avenue from 21st to 24th
Streets
Jackson Avenue from 21st to 25th
Streets
under plans and specifications prepar
ed by the City Engineer and approved
by the City Council will be received
at the office of the City Recorder In
the City Hall at Ogden City aforesaid
until S oclock p m on the 20th day
of September 1909 and In the City
Council Chamber on the evening of
said date until the time that the Coun
cil shall call for said bids tat which
time all bids received will be publicly
opened and read aloud
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects
By order of the City Council
A F Parker City Engineer
First publication Aug 26 1909
Last publication Sept 23 1909
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is nercoj given by the city
council of Ogden City Utah of tho
Intention ot such council to make the
following Improvements towlt
To open Hudson Avenue through
Block twcntyfivo 2C Plat A Og
den City Survey sixty 60 feet
wide through the center of said Block
twentyfive 25 the whole distance
from 24th to 25th Streets said avenue
to be thirty 30 feet in width on
either and both sides of tho center
line of said Block
The estimated cost of said improve
meats Is 100000
The district affected by said Im
provements Is the whole of said Hud
son Avenue to be opened and a strip
of land fortyeight IS feet in width
on either and both sides of said Ave
nue when opened as proposed and
abutting thereon
abutng tereon
For the payment of the costs and
expenses of making said Improve
ments the city council intends to levy
and collect special and local taxes up
on the lots blocks parts of loto
f blocks lands lying and
f and real estate lylnf
r being within the boundaries of the dis
I trict benefited and affected to the ex
tent of the benefits to said property
by reason of said Improvements
o
al
and
The district to hp benefited
footed by said improvements and
oC
taxed to expenses
pay the costs and
same la fortyclem 48
a strip of land fortyelght
feet wide abutting on tho East sldo OL
nlmttng
said opened as
Hudson Avenue when open
proposed beginning thirtyfour W
and South oCt
nvoicnths
315 feet
the North line of Lot one IX and run
OL
nlng thence North to the South lIne
Lot seven 7 and a strip of land
fortyolght 48 foot wide abutting on
tho West side of said Hudson Avenuo
when opened beginning
as proposed begnning
and
at tho North line of Lot two 2
running thence North to tho south
line of Lot six Norh in said BlocK
twontyflvo 25
The city council will on Monda >
ciy
the 20th day of September 1909 at S
oclock p m In the city council cham
ber Utah hear OD
City Hall Ogden
Hnl Ull i
Jections In writing from any and an
and
persons Interested in said local
special assessment
By order of tho city council Aug
ust 23 1909
A F PARKER
City Engineer
First publication August Egneer
Last publication September IS 1909
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
COMPANY
Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Union Pacific Railroad
Pacfc
Company will bo held at tho office of
the Company In Salt Lake City Utah
on Tuesday October 12th 1909 at
twelve oclock noon for the election
of fifteen directors ot the Company
and for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come before
the meeting
meetng
The books for the transfer of stock
both Common and Preferred will bof
closed for the purposes of the meeting
at 3 oclock P M on Monday Sept
13th 1909 and will be reopened at ten
oclock A M on Wednesday October
13th 1909
ALEX MILLAR
Secretary
Dated August 24 1909
DELINQUENT NOTICE
Elko Eclipse Gold Mining company
Principal place of business Ogden City
Utah Location of mines Tuscarora
Nov Notice There arc delinquent
upon tho following described stock on
account of assessment No 1 of one
half cent l2c per sharo levied on
the 7th day of July A D 1909 the sev
eral amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders as
follows
Cork Name Shares Amt
No 14M G Barnes iaoo 500
No lHM G Barnes 1000 500
No 1ISM G Barnes 500 250 i
No 237t G Barnes 1000 500
No 2E9I G Barnes 500 250
No l 2C B Stewart 2000 1000
No 55E W Wade1000 1000
No 11OE W Wade 200 100
No 173E W Wade 500 250
No 219E W Wade1000 500
No 271E W Wade5000 2500
And in accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors made
on the 21st day of August 1909 to
defer the sale until the 15th day of
September 1909 so many shares of
each parcel of such stock a may be
necessary will bo sold at the office of
the company 22S4 Washington Ave
Ogden Utah at 1 oclock p m on
tho 15th day of September 1909 to
pay delinquent assessments thereon
together with the cost of advertising
and expense of sale
B P ORITCHLOW President
T CHAMPNEYS Secretary
August 31 1909
UNION DEPOT
I
TIME CAR
FFFECTIVE AUG 22 1H9
Mountain Time I
1
UNION PACFIC n R CO
Tr1 I 1
No EastboLtnii I Depart
10Fst 1J S20 am
10Fst Angeles LhlhJ 1 iis ar I
Ls pr
2 Overland Limited 1 60 pm I
IAlante Express 74 Pr
No1 Westbound I Arrive I
j
3Catornll Express 545 am
OlFast Mail 11255 prI
llOverland Limited 350 pr
7ILos Angeles Limited G35 pm II
OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO
No North of Ogden I Depart I
91Butc and Portandj 100 am
131OgdcnMalnd rotor1 845 am
1310gdcn
l3lportinnd Express1030 am I
3lButto and Portland t 400
Buto Portad pm
llICache 1lley PassgrI 510 pm 1
16 Y clowno Special I 750 pm I
No1 North of Ogden I Arrive
Special 6 25 am
am I
4 Salt IkeSpecaI 350 pm
12Salt Lko Passenger I1030 am
lOlSaltLahO Express 635 am
Meter 535
132XMaJadOgden 1lotor 1 pm
l4lPortlafld 780 Pr
I cDailj except Sunday
No1 South ot Ogden I Depart
lCiYcliowst000SPecIal 1 635 am
4 SnIt Lake SpeciaL 100 pm
GILocl to Sal LakeI 80 pr
12Cacho ralIcy Express 11040 am
Fst Mal 1 115 pm
10 Salt Lake Epress 715 at
20 Salt Lake Express 615 pm
isILos Angeles Limited 1 655 pm
Portad Express 7l pm
No1 South o Ogden I Arrive
9 Bulo and Portland 1240 nD
6 AtanUc Express 1 Slo am
3 Portand ExpressI1oo5 am
17IAS Angeles Limited i 106 pm
1 Salt Lake Lcal 1205 pm
3lButto ald Portland 1 330 m
lilCache ValleY cpress 505
1 Valer Epress pJ
19 Atantc Express 1 710 pr
lbjYelioWStonO Special j 740 pr
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
No1 Westbound I Depart lI
3pacllc Express 640 am
D1Fast Mail I 13G pp
Pt
liOrorland Limited t
1 Oerlad 110 Im
SfPaciflo Express 120 pm
101 Fom cst I A
GlAtlantie Express 620 am
OIFast Mail I 71 am
2IOverIand Limited 3 3 pm
4IAtlantlc Express 636 pm

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