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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1910 a
Advertisements on This Page Must Be Paidin Advance No Exception to This Rule
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Cut Down Your Electric
Light Bills
ByUsing Only theBest Incandescent Lamps
In order to protect our customers against cheap and in
ferior lamps we buy only the best grades and take the added
peeaution to have them carefully inspected and tested by
the Electrical Testing Laboratories of New York City before
shipment from the factory to guard against defective or in
ferior lamps being included in the shipment
We sell carbon lamps to our customers at the following
prices
8candlepower and 16candlepower 25 cents
32candlepower 40 cents
0 When the lamps arc burned out or blackened we exchange
new ones for the old ones at the following rates
8candlepower and 16candlepower 10 cents
32candlepower 20 cents
We recommend that lamps be exchanged when they be
come blackened even though they are not burned out The
blackened lamp uses as much current but gives much less
light
tUtah
Utah Light and Railway Company
Electricity for Everything II
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THE FRED Ja KIESEL GO
THE PIONEER EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE GROCERY
HOUSE IN THE STATE
OGDEN UTAH
Sole Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co Milwaukee Wis
Distributors and General Agents for
IDANHA i
Monarch of Table and Medicinal Waters Is a purely natural
mineral waterthe ONLY in the United Statesbottled at the
Natural Mineral Water Springs
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SODA SPRINGS IDAHO
THE I
UTAH NATIONAL I
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Horace E Pecry VlcePrex
larold J Pcery VlccPre
Ralph E Hong CaahloP
A V Mclntooh Ast Cashier
OGDEN
STATE BANK
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OGDEN UTAH
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H C J3lgelowPresident II
J M Browning VlcoPreoldent
A P Blgelow Caaalor
J E Halverson Assistaut Cashier
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DIRECTORS
H C BIgelow John K Spiers G
U BocUer J N Spaigo L F Disc
low J M Browning L A Parmlcy
I E L Van Motor A P BIgelow II
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U S DEPOSITARY
FIRST NATIONAL
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BANK I
OF O DEN UTAII
Capital and Undivided Proflti
27500000
David Eccles Free 1
G H Trlb VlcePrefl
John Watson VlcoPres
M S Browning ViceProa
John Plogree cashier
Jay F Burton Just Cashier
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SLADE I
Qucccseor to Allen Transfer Co
J C Slado Loesee
VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
GONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
SAFE MOVING
405 26th 8t Both Phone 81
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PRESCRIPTIONS
Our proscription business for
1900 was 100 per cent larger
than 1908 Why Because we
never substitute and the peo
plo know It
WM DRIVER SON
DRUG CO I
2453 Washington Ave
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MITCHELL BROS
Monuments or Headstones
Pay nq attention to lying mis I
representations from our com I
petltors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but see
us wo can nave you money
Yards 2003 Jefferson
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Revolvers rifli shot
GUnrS gUllS at sacrifice
prices Slightly used and In Al con
dition Specify kind anu write for
prices
A H Y Adlor 1643 Broadway New
York N Y
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TUNGSTEN LAMP I
The right lamp at tno right price I
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps are
unexcelled for life and brilliancy I I
To use the Tungsten means to re
duce your light bill and have twice
the light for less money If ycu
bare not used them call and let us
explain
Snively < < Hendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell phone 731 245C Wash Ave
SALT LAKE 8 OGDEN RY
BAMBERGER LINE
TIME TABLE
SOUTHBOUND
Depart for Arrive
Salt Lake Suit Lake
C10 am 740 am
SH5 a in 1046 am
111D am 1245 pm
216 p ra 3J6 pm
445pm 615 pm
645 pm 816 pm
NORTHBOUND
Leave Salt Lake Arrive at
For Ogden Ogden
700 ara 826 am
830 am 1000 am
1100 am 1230 pm
300 pm 330 pm
110 pm GOO pm
C30 Pm StOO pm
Sunday and Holiday excursion to
Salt LaKe 10 round trip
Ogden Depot 25th and Lincoln Avo
Twelve trains daily for passenger
and cxpre and dally freight service
SIMON BAMBERGER
Pro4ldont anfl Gen Manager
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I NEW OFFICIALS TO
ASSUME OFFICE
Effective yesterday Feb S A B
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Stevenson was appointed superintend
I ont of tho Idaho division of the Ore
gon Short Line railroad with head
I inartcrs at Pocatello vice W H
I Jones assigned to other duties and
j A F Brewer heretofore car service
I agent of the road was appointed su
I jiprlntcndcnt of the Utah division In
I place of Mr Stevenson
I Circulars making this announce
I meat were Issued by General SupL J
M Davis General Manager W H
Bancroft approving yesterday Supt
Stevenson left last night for Pocatello
to take tip the duties of his new position
tlfl
1 tlou on the Idaho division while the
desk heretofore occupied by Mr Brow
I or In tho car accountants department
In The News annex building has been
I vacated and the erstwhile occupant
I was to be found at the office of the su
I perlnteiidcnt f tho Utah division of
I the Short Line union station
I It Is a common saying among rail
I road men on tho Short Line that all
good men are graduates of the Poca
tello school Both Mr Stevenson and
I Mr Brewer served their time at Poca
tollo Mr Stevenson spending about
15 years there as dispatcher chief
1 dispatcher and assistant superintend
enL Pocatello is a Junction point
where four linen diverging to all
points In the United States meet and
all the problems Incidental to Intense
railroading are there to be encounter
ed and overcome From this Incubator
of railroad officials many of the best
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I men in service on tho Pacific roads
have been turned out Mr Brewer al
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so served a number of years at Poca
tello after preliminary service with
the Union Pacific at Laramlo and
Green River He waG appointed aa
car service agent of the Short Line
some years ago and held that posi
tion until promoted to the division
superlnteudcncy The Utah division
over which Supt Brewer presides ex
tends from Sandy in Utah to McCain
mon In Idaho and Includes the Cache
valley and Malad branches On the
short stretch between Ogden and Salt
Lake on this dU talon there are 21
passenger trains dally besides all the
freight traffic on the road
The Idaho division which falls to
the lot of Supt Stevenson extends
from Granger in Wyoming to Hunting
ton Or and Includes the Mlnldoka
Twin FallG Boise and Ketchum
branches This is the heaviest divi
sion on the Short Line to handle and
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Mr Stevensons long experience on
the division especially qualifies him to
discharge the responsibilities of tho
new position
In the car service office Chief
Clerk Walter S Anderson has been
temporarily Installed as Mr Brewers
successor Mr Anderson has spent
four years In the car service depart
ment and has helped to pull the road
through some of UB worst experiences
in the car tieups and Is well quali
fied to keep up the good rocord made
by that department In the past
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Utah In and for the
County of Weber
In the matter of tIle dialncorpora
lion of tho Thomas Etheringtoa
Sons Company a Corporation I
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
THOMAS ETHERINGTON SONS i
COMPANY a corporation of thu State
of Utah has presented to the above I
named Court a petition praying to be
allowed to disincorporate and dis
solve and that Saturday February
26th 1910 at tqn oclocK in the fore
noon has been appointed as the time
and the court room of the District
Court of Weber County In Ogdon City
Utah as the piece at which said ap
plication will be heard At any time
before the expiration of Bald day last
named any person may file his objec
tions to tho application of said cor I
poration and Its directors for the dis
solution thereof i
WINESS the Clerk of said Court
with the seal thereof affixed this
20th day of January A D 1310
SEAL S G DYE Clerk
Messrs Richards Boyd attor
neys for Petitioner
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah 1007 and the au
thority vested in me by said section I
the undersigned Thomas B Farr
Treasurer of Ogden City Weber I
County Utah hereby give public no
Ucc that a special tax amounting to
107013 han been levied for sidewalk
District No 100 for the purpose of
constructing concrete sidewalks 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 December 28 1909 said
taxes being levied on all of the abut
ting property on the following stredts
comprising said sidewalk district No
100 All that part of Grant avenue
i from Thlrtyflrsl street to Thirtythird
Street Thirtythird street or Pin
cocks Lane from Washington to Lin
coln avenue Washington avenue from
Thirtythird to Thirtyfourth streets
Thirtyfirst street from Washington to
Jefferson avenues Porter avenue I
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from Thirtysecond street north
through WoodmansccMaln street ad
dition and Jefferson avenue from
Twentyseventh to Twentyeighth eta
The suld tax Is payable in five In
stallments
The first installment becomes delin
quent February 1C 1910 I
The second installment becomes de
linquent December 28 1010
Tho third installment becomes de
linquent December 28 1911
rhe fourth Installment becomes de
linquent December 28 1912
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent December 28 1913
Each of said installments except
the first shall draw interest at tho
rate of 7 per cent per annum from
the date of the levy aa aforesaid and
It any or either of said Installments
shall be unpaid when they become de
linquent interest thereon shall be 10
per cent per annum until ouch delin
quent assessments are fully paid
Said tax shall be enforced and col
lected as In any other case of special
tax and If not paid the proporty on
which said levy Is made will be ad
vertised and sold according to law
This special ta IB payable my office
at the City Hall Osden City Utah
THOMAS B FARR
City Treasurer Ogden City Utah
By C T KOON
Deputy
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FRATERNAL
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YOEMAN
Ogden Homestead No 1505 meets
second and fourth Wednesday night
Odd Fellows hall Visiting Arcbers
cordially invited to meet with us
W H TOLLER
C1G 21st at Foremau
0 E WILLIAMS
192 21st st Correspondent
ORDER OF OWLS
Ogden Nest No 1218 Order of Owls
meets every Thursday evening In
Eagles hall cast of Reed Hotel at S
Visiting Brother Owls are Invited to
attend the Nest meetings
THOMAS LESLIE President
JOHN M MARSHALL Secretary
No 234G Washington Ave
ROYAI NEIGHBORS OK AMERICA
Excelsior Camp No 34C nests even
second and fourth Monday evening of
cacti moiith at tim Kagloa hall Visit
InI members cordially Invited
INDIA SAWYER Oracle 1948
Jackson Ae
LILLIAN NEWTON Recorder
room 31 Lewis Blk
KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAfl
Ogden Lodco No Z Knlchta of Pythlat
meets at Castle hail Utah National
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Dank building ovory Monday eonlne
I All K of Ps roqueted to moot with us
F E GRANT C C
K G KIND M of E
W L UNDERWOOD K of RS
I MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA j
J Utah Camp No W > 3 meets very
Tuesday nlphl at 8 p m ftt Eagles Hall
I I fSth St VlnltlnK o bct Invited to
I meet with liS
P A FARIS Consul
J H SHAFEH Clerk
ORDER RAILWAY CONDUCTORS I
i Wnsntch Division No 1J1 O R C
meets second and fourth Frldayu nt 231
p m In 1C of P hall corner Washing
ton avenue and ZUh alroot All brothers
arc cordially Invited to attend
CEO ALIEN C C
D I BOYLE S and T
MASONIC
Queen Esther Chapter No4 O E 8
Regular meetings hold at Masonic hall
on Washington avenue between Tw n
tyllfth and Twenty Mxth streets thd
OraL and third Fridays of each month
Sojourning members cordlaily Invltcd to
attend
MRS KATE SMITHERS W M
I LILY V HAISTEL Beoy
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ROYAL ARCANUM
Fraternal Beneficiary Order Insure
men ut rcntionnblo rate Accumulated
emergency fund nearly five million dol
InrB Rocky Mountain Council No 637
meat second and fourth Thursday at I
O O F hall 241C Washington avenue
H L Peterson Rcconi J tV Wothnr
spoon Collector Q B Roberts Booy
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
I Silver Hlvo No L L O T M meets
every Tuesday afternoon ut 2SO p m
In I 0 0 F hall lilt Washington eve
nue VisIting members aro turdlally In
p vited to atlonri
MRS ADDIE ANGEL L C
MISS L JENNIE PROUT R K
SEGO LILY CIRCLE NO 174
Meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 73O In I O O F hall
Visiting neighbors cordially invited
MINNIE MULLER G N
30C7 Porter Avenue
KATE HEYMAN Clerk 238 12 23rd
Street
IMPROVED ORDER OF BSD MEN
Improved Order of Redman Ulawatha
Tribe No 3 meats In Kairlo hill Friday
evenings nt S oclock VUltinc colors
cordially rvl ltCIOCL
JAMES MACBETH Sachem
E It OEIGER Secretary
A B WRIGHT C of W
ODD FELLOWS
Ogden Lodge No 5 Independent Order
I of Odd Fallows Meets In I O O F
hall every Tuesday evening Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to bo present
GEORGE RENNIE Noblo Grand
HENRY KISSEL Secretary
Queen City Rebekah Lodce No C L
O O F miola second and fourth Fri
day evenings at Odd Followo ball VIe
Illng members Invited
MRII3 RECK Ji O
AMANDA JENKINS Reo Sooy
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS
The Royal Highlanders moot the first
and third Mondays nt Eagle Hall Dues
rJ thectH LG
can bb paid from 2 to5 ofQco of G W
Green on tho 25th of each month Via
Hlng members cordially Invited
I ALBERT P WYKES I P
ALICE COLLINS Soc Troas
B P O ELKS
B T 0 Elks Ogden Lodjio No 719
lodge und club rooms second floor 2414
Washington avenue Regular mootlngs
every luesday evening
JOHN S CORLEV Exalted Ruler
J H iCNAUSS Secretary
FRATERNAL ORDT3R OF 13AGLKS
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden Aerie
No US F O E meets ovary Wednes
day evening in Eagle hall cant of Reed
I hotel at 800 VisitIng Brother Eagles
aro Invited to attend the Acne meetings
LiON BROWNING W Prculdont
E R GEIGER Secretary
DR N M ESTES Acrlo Phys
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Webor Cump No 74 meets In K of
P hull In the Utah National Bank Bide
IIl ut nitn 1 eY
every Thursday cvonlng at 8 oclock
Vlslllne Woodmen cordially Invited to
attendHENRY SILVERTIIORN C C
E AUTH Clerk First National
Bank Building
I WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Circle 6S1
meet every Wednesday night at 733
oclock K of P hull Visiting Neigh
I bors Invited
Dues can be paid nt Blnchams grocery
dt Jf
cery store 23th St the afternoon l the
I Z3th of each month
SARAH HANSON G N 145 West
Patterson Avo
MARIE CRITE3 Clerk 2731 Monroe
Avenue
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Winter Fabrics
That are about this Unio of the year
beginning to show algns of the sea
sons wear becoming stained spot
ted etccan be DRY CLEANED by
us so that they will look almost as
good ac theydid when new
Prompt attention to the garments
I will save them for another winters
satisfactory wear Send thorn to us
to be DRY CLEANED NOW
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I Ogden Steam
I J Laundry
LAUNDERERS AND
I DRY CLEANERS
Phones 174 437 25th Street
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Ogden Business Directory I
AUieiliatnienis In his column cost
< 5c per lino per month payablo In
advance
ALVORD ANYTHING BELL 333
333t
22tf
AROCHITECTS
SHREEVE MAl SEN let Nat Bank
FCWOODS 4 CO let Natl Bank
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ATTORNEYSATLAW
E T HULANISKI AttornoyatLaw
RocoinB lOTipS First National Bank
building General pracUco
JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney and oun
telor at Law 10 and 11 FIrst Natl
Bank building Ogden Utah Both
phones Notary I
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R S FARNSWORTH Attornoyat
Law 314 anu 315 Ecclca building
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LESLIE J AKER CounsclloratLaw
r 909 Boston Bldg Salt Lako City
J CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
I THE DEN Cigars and Tobacco Plpo
Doctors 825tf
r CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
Best floor and music in city
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COSTUMES
MASQUERADE SUITS 215G Wash
ington Mrs Lee
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you i
any kind of junk phone us up wo
I will call forlL Bell phone 326K
Jnd 725
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I FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone Ja
cobson Bell C2CZ Ind 3093D
1116tl
MIDWIFE
MRS L IVERGON Gradurfert Mid
wife 1250 y ah Ave Boll 1014Y
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MUSIC
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND
I Music furnished for all occtIons Ind
I 11343724A Bell 1205 71U
I OFFICE SUPPLIES
J R DiE Painting and Paper
I hanging 2219 Madison Bell phono
l 70SK
I PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
and
t Dp A FERNLUND Physician
Surgeon office hours 10 and 12 a m
I 12 to 4 p m 340 25th St Office
phone Boll G16K Ind 61B real
donco 646 Wash lad phone 502
SANITARY WORK
NELS MoCARTY All York subject
to sanitary Inspection 2728 Grant
Boll phono 3i4Z
TRANSFER COMPANIES
SLADE flwccesBor to Allen Transfer
Co J C Slad lessee Furniture
Vans and Storage Offlco 408 25th St
Beth phones 321
ALLEN Baggage Hack anti Bus Une
Baggage and passenger transfer a
npeclalty 412 2Gth Both phoacs 22
UMBRELLA REPAIRING
UMBRELLA REPAIRING Umbrellri
repaired and recovered J den Hartog
928 28th St Both phones
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS re
I paired and recovered 354 23rd Iud
072 J Cohn 2l10tf
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I UPHOLSTERING REPAIRING
K VAN KAMPEN Parlor Furniture
upholstered and repaired varnishing
mattress making carpets cleaned
I fit and laid estimates submitted on
request Phones Ind CGI Bell S83X
I 27C9 Volkor Ave 89tf
FRENCH POLISHING Upholstering
Jjrnlturo Packing Carpets Cleaned
and Layod Wall Paper Cleaned Ind
3C05D Bell 1179Z Denkers Kam
I oieyer 110 Irao
There is no
Other Vanilla
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Extract made that can com
pare in any way wlh the
rich taliifying itrengtli and
I the delicious delicate flavor of
BURNETTS
VANILLA
This it not merely an ad
Tcrtwng boai It is an abto
lutely true statement which
nut one trial of Burnetts
I Vanilla will prote
Your grocer can lupply
you wfth the best VAnilla
madcltUu on getting it
JJurnetts Vanilla
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I BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
222 25th 8t
Meals 8 fttflO price as Broom Pos
tauran Speclftl Dinner 26c
Lunch from 11 to 4 pm
Dinner from 4 to 8 pm
LEE FOON 4 TOM Managers
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I OGDEN T3JRF EXC MAl aE
326 2bth street I
Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
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RAT j Of ADVERTISEMENTS
THE PRICE ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE CLASSI
FlED OR WANT COLUMNS ARE AS FOLLOWS 1
NO FIRST INSERTION IF LESS THAN 25 WORDS
CAN BE LESS THAN 25 CENTS FOR EACH DAY AFTER
THAT ONE CENT PER WORD TWO LINES OR MORE
FOR ONE WHOLE WEEK OF SIX DAYS ONLY 25 CENTS
PER LINE BY THE MONTH 75 CENTS PER LINE NO
CHANGES ALLOWED ON ABOVE RATES ALL ABOVE
I RATES MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
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HELP WANTED
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FEM PtE
WANTED housekeeper tor small
family Address stating ages re
QuIred P 0 Box 92 city 925t
WANTEDA girt for general house
work no cooking 2658 Adnm9lSt
913tf
APPRENTICE girls wan i at Tho
I icesc Millinery Co 2371 Wash
Ave 914tf
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMAt
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing
Reasonable prices 235C Wah Ave
Ind 441 103tf
WANTED Washing to do at home
Ind 3764A 125tf
STENOGRAPHER wants a position
will work for low salary to get ox
porlcnce Ind Phone 3677A 1262W
i WILL GO OUT Sewing by the day
1 Ind 211 2l2wks
HELP Vi N TED
i I MAL I
I MANAGER for tho Ogden Fruit Grow
I ers association Experienced fruit
man preferred Application must be
made on or before the 10th Inst J E
I Wright Sec care Wright Investment
Co 231 wit
I IPViAffTirii
MALE OR FEMALE
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WANTED HELP An experienced
I person to take Interest In rooming
I house Middleaged couple preferred
W B WEDELL 117lmo
I SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE
AN HONEST lAP wants a position as
1 cook help or housework besides go
ing to school Geo Shlo 1307 Boll
27JWK
FOR RENT
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FUHNISHED ftOOMS
TWO largo rooms for light house
keeping 13 per month with lights
ito W 22nd St 241 vk
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
gentlemen with bath 521 23rd
Bell 1563 23lAVk
REGULAR reliable roomer In search
of nice comfortable rooms by tho
month can save money by Investigat
ing rooms and prices at 2468 Wash
21lmo
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TWO furnished light housekeeping
rooms 1823 Wash Ave 1 13 1m I
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ROOMS also for housekeeping 427
24th 112lrao
FOR RENTFurnished rooms 236
24th street 16lmo
i FOR RENT Furnished rooms by day 1
I week or month all outside rooms
I terms reasonable one and onehalf
blocks south of Reed Hotel The New
I Wilson 437 Herrick avenue Bell
phone 1544 Mrs J E McAlpinc
prop 987lf i I
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TWO furnished rooms ror nouaekeep
ing 465 27th 9 21 tf
fOf R Housekeeping rooms
171 22nd St W4tf
NICELY furnished front room with
I or without board 2G3S Adams
j Adams27H
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FURNISHED rooms 539 23rd St
j 2 7 Imo
ROOMS at 150 to 300 with stoves
200 2214 Washington avenue
t 271 wk I
FURNISHED front room 2247 Adams
2Slmo
FURNISHED rooms with or without
board 539 23rd St 27 Imo j
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ELEGANTLY furnished 3room apart
ment strictly modern no children I
2341 Adams 29lwk
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FURNISHED ROOM for gentleman i
steam heat and bath 1000 Refer I
ence 2311 Adams 201 wk I
FOR RENT
I UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT Rooms 507 Washing
ton avenue 1151 mo
THREE nice rooms bath block and
half from Washington 565 24th St
Bell lOG 24lwk
FOR RENT
ROOMS ANb BOARD
TABLE hoard and rpomB Close in
2526 Adams Bell 1GC1 1 19 1m
BOARD and room 4c > 26th Stroot
C 29 U
WANTEDREAL ESTATE
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I WE BUY Zinc sell real est to ol all
kinds What have you to gpU J
1M ForrlBtall 414 First National Bank
Building 121tf
I iOR SALEREAL ESTATE L
FOR SALE Throe fine lots 45 bj
I 100 feet easy payment Inquire
17G Grant Phone Bell 122K
FOR SALE Fiveroom modern brIck
house monthly Installments Call
at 2317 Jefferson ave 231 wk
FOR 8ALK New fireroom frame
hOuse 2244 JackHon 24lwl
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FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
THREEROOM HOUSE Barn In rear
SS7 20th st Boll 12JSX i28 iwk
FOURROOM unfurnished houae en
quire Christensen Shoo Store
Store25lwk
25lwk
FOR RENT Three roomed flat 2333
Wall avenue 25lwk
MODERN fiveroom house 3160 Lin
coln Ind 3796A 2 7 1WJ
SMALL house for rentCnll 10ZS
25th 1000 2Slwc
ONE SEVEN ROOMED modern house
248 29th Doll phoue 506Y 29lwk
FOR RENl
FURNISHEH HOUSES
FOR RENTFurnished and unfur
nished flats 2634 Grant 127lmo
A 10ROOM rooming house modern
137 26th street 24lwlc
1ROOM Cottnge for housekeeping
Yard bj Itself
2201 Lincoln ave
nue 251 wk
FOURROOM t modern house fur
nIsher 4C5 22nd 3L 291wk
STORE FOR RENT
STORE or office room at 2576 Wash
Enquire Dr Frelday 25tJ
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FOR SAL MlSCELlANEOUS
FOR SALE 2 lcatlne stoes In
quire for Mr Poulter basement
Standard office
FOR SAlEAt Lashus livery stable
one pair of aged horses matched
weight 1200 each 272wl
NICE UPRIGHT PIANO 10000
Need the room 2304 Grant Bell
234Y Jnd 361flD 27lwk
CHEAPOne horse harness and
buggy 1 L Clark Sons Co
28tf
CFI10AP One pair of delivery horses
wagon and harness I L Clark it
Sons Co 2Stt
FOR SALE Sideboard Wardrobe and
other Furniture 2859 Jackson
2 S iwk
SIDEBOARD heating stoves phono
graph etc 2771 Washington Ave
2Piwk
FOR SALECash register total add
er good as new for cash or easy
payments Inquire Shaw Mere Co
Five Points 29lwk
WANTED TO BUY
CLEAN white rags at Standard office
1217tf
WANTEDTo buy good uptodate
secondhand typewriter 310 23rd
2 7 iwk
WANTED Secondhand Incubator
Cyphers preferred XQ care Stand
ard 2 7 lwk
MONEY TO LOAN
NOTES and wages of reliable em
ployes and wage camera bcght and
payments received on easy weekly cr
monthly Installments City Loan Ag
ency 316 First National Bank Bldg
C 1 tf
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ON city property and Improved fanni
HUNTER KENNEDY 211 First
National 430U
MONEY to loan watches diamonds
jewelry firearms etc Undo Sams
Loan Office established 1885 The
Money Lenders of Ogden 278 25th
C H SMITH Prop 9 4 lyr
MONEY to salaried people easy pay
ments no security Drake 410
Eccles Bldg 12I5
LOST
PAIR OF Eye Glasses with chain
Finder return to Miss Royle at O
D Rasmussens Howard 23lwk
A NINEMONTSOLD CAIF black
with white spot on forehead return
to P A Isakson 856 12th street and
receive reward 28lwk
FOR THE POULTRY
A big supply of eggs Is assured If you
keep your poultry In good condition
You need plenty of corn beef scraps
shell bone and grits You can get
them here
CHAS F GROUT
GRAIN HAY AND CHICKEN
SUPPLIES
Danderlne werltIondr ItprolSuQea
blllr just as lurll1y as rie
tad tanthlno ralw crops It produces thek
growth of luxuriant hate whoa all oth s rene
Cos fall We guarantee Pauderlne All drup >
rtjU tell HMO We and Si per bottlo to
prof o Its worth wml this ad irltb ICe lo lUnipi
Ir silver and ire will mall joti a large tree
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