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THE OGDEN 12 gmW'L mim wt J.!iiiiiii-niii- STANDARD-EXAMINE- FRIDAY. EVENING, DECEMBER 16,. 1921. R ' UTlGATOflOVER wUmln.u. sou r . .' LEGAL NOTICES SANTA y i r same kind of SHOESAS docs.'; V yCffi riILL IS A I J. ueogaegan, tJertrude T. 05) Geog-heran- " . AS or-H- ne THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY: TO GET THE DANCJNG HAPPINESS OF THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT INTO YOUR FEETr" - Santa is a good judge of footwear. He says that our special Christmas values can't be beat. I ! , r . " ' . ' Frank X)iehm, 21 years of age., will suffer the loar of his. left foot as the result of aa accident which occurred in the railroad yards several days ago when he slipped beneath a car, wheel, city according to Dr; Roy H. Wilson,! was and county physician. Ills foot badly crushed and amputation of the toes was heceasary immediately folthe accident. lowing . Dr. Wilson said today that It will the foot ybe necessary to amputate above the ankle to- save the youth'-life. Diehm is now in a local hospital. He was boarding a train to go to his home in the east when the accident occurred. , - -- w UVT SHOES, OXFORDS, PUMPS AND HOSIERY FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN f -- 1 ' concert and dance will be given this evening at 8 o'clock in the Eagles' hall by the members of the Ogden Soccer club, Utah champions. The following program has been for the eveninj diversion witharranged dancing furnishing further enjoyment during the evening1: , Address-r-Mayo- r Frank Francis. ' Piano solo Miss Theo. Bittpn. Vocal seolo- - J. R. Henderson. Dramatic reading Sam Wardiaw. Selections- - Scotch Bag Pipe band. Presentation of Shubach ChampionService. ship Vocal soio Frahk Bennie. ITighland dance Mis3 I. Uddel. Vocal fcolo W. IT. Mann'ng. Indian Sketcl Solo Ruth Bartlett. Solo Jennie Taylor. Pantomine, Indian- Dance Nellis and Lapn Trapp. . TROOP ORGANIZED - . SUNDAY CONCERT. Invitations have- been issued by. the members of the Sempre Musical socie- !ty for a concert Sunday. afternoon at ;the Orpheum, presenting Henry Sou-- : vaine, pianist, and Misa Penelope Davies, "mezzo soprano. The concert had been planned by the society weeks ago. The opening number ; 4 will be givejri at 3 o clofk. sev-ler- al 1IOMF, IX )U HOLIDAYS. Miss Norma Fisher, who is a student of tho University o Utahhas returned to Ogrden to spend the holidays. SPKCIAL. PIlOGILM. A special program wlilibo griven for the rofmbers cf tho Bego Lily Circle, No. 174. Ne5ghbors of-- "Woodcraft. urday evening at 730 o'clock in 'the . ytu read the papers with Woodmen hall. ease and comfort, especially, evenings? If not let us prescribe and irorr: cuLTitu: club. to furnish you a pair of correct Mrs. Paul Frankc "iil be hostess ' ' the, members of tho lIome Culttire glasses. , club Saturday uftfnooJi at her home, A" 974 Binford avenue. croerani has been arranged for. the afternoon. oo HORSE FOR 50 CENTS DEESIDE, Eng. An exaraole otthe OPTOMETRIST slump in farm stock prices vas pre?2464 Washington Avenue isented at a sale here, rrhen a' work horse was sold for 50 cents. , - ; . . ' J. T. Rushmer : : - 4.17 loS.U' 100 im 1S9.00 133.00 m 105 13)i 1 SHOP AT - j 103. oo Rl 103 i::?.oo Holt. Edna Barnes. . . .183:5 irG5 Hughes. Josiah 433 JoHansen, Anna Johar.sen. Marlneus.. 4? I 12S8 Johnson, ft. M. Kalmus, Kdna n. .. Kalmus. Kdna 1 il'i'i .4S I,ee. Alli Kellie M. ..'..1404 Innon, atlock & Co; W. A..i'3l tson. George II. il Instate . . ......... 4 73 Matson. Marcus "B... 4?o Matson, MarcusA B. t1 MatBon, Mary USD Mt3on, Mary A 1143 Matson. Mary A A. Matfon, ilary Admx. . ,i 474 Matson, Mary Vir471 ginia . Matson, .Mary Vir- .. ...1142 gin la . . 555 Merrill, Anna May Merrill. Luella . . . .'. lS'J Miller, Minerva S. . . .2178 Morrison, Kdwin . .. . ..1?24 ...1316 McGrath, J. J. McGrath. J. J. .., ...131& McGrath, J. J. .. McGrath; J. J. ... McGrath, J. .1. ... ...1439 McGrath. J. J. ... ...1440 McKay. Angus M. . .. 699 McQuarrle, Robert ...700 . .. 701 Xalder. 3. II .. 9?5 NuttalH W!liord-C- , Otis & Company . . . 1 5SS Otis & Company ..15SS Owens. Joseph . .... 502 503 Owens, Joseph 504 Owens, Joseph 19S4 Owens. ,Joteph 1800 Perkins.. Jennie C Peterson, Katherine J.1S72 F'inpree, Cynthia .... 70. 1705 PinEree, Frank 300 10 13.V0 ....Jti A.-"..;- 1 Street i Ping-ree- ' i:j.fo 417.00 10s 5,) 110 1S2.S6 jo2 I i .iiO S.78 TO lot) 2.1? 50 6. S3 TIG 9S6.30 10 13.30 2.7 13.90 13.90 47 100 65 . 139. l0 34.75 34.75 34.75 34.75 ZD f.O 2.1 C3.50 34.75 69.50 S5.6J 50 40 40 55. 60 ii ca.so 4.17 69.60 695.00 695.00 194.60 695. CO 500 500 140 roo 69.30 50 ii 11. 41.70 417.00 S 30 300 , . " GOO 417.00 P0 30 10 10 10 130 130 125.10 41.70 13.30 13.90 13.90 120 130 130 130 130 A Serviceable Christmas Present A - Snow. Ashby 180.70 ,1S0.70 1S0;T0 180.70 ISO. 70 10.70 ICO 130 370 870 150 , IS ISO. 70 1K0. 70 ISO. 70 1X0 Quinney. Joseph Jr.' ,. 341 342 Quinney, JosephJr. Quinney. Joseph Jr. .. 813 344 Quinney, Joseph Jr... .. r,4."i Quinney. Joseph Jr. .. Quinney, Joseph Jr. . 34 347 Qulaney, Joseph Jr. Raddon.' Elizabeth D. 563 Priscllla Jr ... 56 niter, W. H .147 Rlter. Shumway, Elizabeth . 990 ISO. 70 514.3-- " J 614. .0 203.30 4.17 3 :. 719 .1580 200 100 75 73 417.03 139.00 104.25 ,,104.25 Utahna Chocolate, special Legs 'Lamb,; pound Loin Lamb Roasts, ..pounl . ". . . MM -- Rent .... -- .... 25 s 20 25 Loin Lamb Chops. . . . pound Shonlder Lamb Roasts, ... . . 12i pound Shoulder Lamb Chops, ..... 15 pound .. . Lamb Steve', pound. . . . Cream Rolls, dozen Hotter Rolls, dozen . Doughnuts, dozen, . French Pastry, each! Fruit Cake, pound . . 60 Apple Cider, large bottle.. . . . . : .1 . 30d Sugar 10 pounds for.. .GO Blue Ilose Rice,' 5 pounds . . Loin .Veal Roasts, . 2(6p pound . . . 7 . Loin Veal Chops, pound 20' . Leg Veal Steaks, . 25 l)0und Shoulder .Veal Roasts, 12Vs pound . Shoulder Veal Chops, pound . . . . v .' . . .Veal. Stew, pound . , 105 Freh Salmon and Halibut, i-s- ..- 1 -- . - '..'. CERTIFICATE REEXTENDINQ CHARTER. office of CompTreasury Departnnt, troller of the Currency, Washington, D. . C. December 1. 1921. Whereas by ratlsfactory evidence presented to the undersigned. It has been al made to appear that "The yirst Bank of Oeden."" Jocase in the city of Ogden City, in th oounty 4 Weber and state of Utah, lias complied with all the provisions of the- - act of congress to enable National Banking: soclations to extend their corporate exist ence, and for other purposes, approved as amended oy the act apJuly 12, lssz, 12. 1902. proved April Now, therefore, I, D. "R." Crlsslnger, comptroller of the currency, do hereby ""The First National Bank of certify that Osden," located in the city of Ogden .City, in the counts' of Weber and Btato of Utah, is authorized to have succession for the period specified In Its amended articles of association: namely, until close of business December In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office this first day of De- ?Ca-tion- , - . ... t . . of-Th- - e3 a.-m- - . s one-thir- 15, ... - 30 pound . . . Ba con Salt Dry pound; 10 ....... pound . . . .Our fancy Creamery. " 'Butter, pound . . Full Cream Cheese, pound . . . . . . Bulk Lard, pound. ; Crisco, Pineapple, -. .- . . . . Prime Ribs Rolled, ' . Del Monte Beans .with. Tomato Sauce, 1 pound can ' . . for . . . Lamed Star Ciffee, pound . . . A3IEBI0AN .10 . . . . . 40 BIALD BREAD Large loaves, 2 for Small loaves, 3 for . 25 25 r. . . . . "r 3for 35 45 25 - - 15c - . 25 re-elect- nd . . : i . bag CornMeal any Ave. 2420 Washington . . . . -- - i : one-quart- , " ' - -- - . . - . i ' - . -- : 45 . 25c - IS : -- - 25 Phone semi-annual- ly to-w- lt: nd . ed JB Mother's Oats, package 35 bag Rolled .. Oats . " - .... 75 9-pu- ; . Manse-Syrup,--pint Independent Mtal Phone 20 . No. 5 Dark Karo No.' iy2 Dark Karo, 2 for ; . .v . . - . . - . . . . . - 25 Peanut Jiulk Butter, 20 jiound . . . . : , Tall Milk, 6 .for,. ... 65 Comb Honey, etch . 20 Old 25 No. 5 York State Syrup 75 . . . . ave-nue- -- , Utah"-Constructio- -- , Calumet Baking Powder, can . . . . .25 Bulk Kraut, pound . . 10 Libby's Asparagus Soup, 15 20 pound Sweet Potatoes, 4 pounds ' for .'. . . .. . . 25 25 Celerjr, 3 for . .. . . . . Fresh Oysters, pint 50 No. 5 Sodas . . . 45 . for 2V - - can pound can nd it . ... Pot. Roasts, pound . .. 10 Round Steak, pound . "T15 Prime Ribs Standing, pound.,. .25 eacb . . . . ... . . Citron and Lemon Peel, to-w- it: - for . . . . 30 Lenor Soap, 35 bars l.OO .15 oz. Currants and Raisins, I -- VV . .). . -- . ; . 6 V 12.00 24.00 - FORESTSIGlTsHOP UST IS REVISED 2.00 Fancy Mince Pies, each 30 45 Fancy Layer Cakes - . . . .... box for nd' 4k. 3 Sullivan. Robert A. Swan, Melissa . .. ,.1297 Pwan. Melissa . . . ; .1233 Why throw your money away buying Christmas presents that have Taussig. Mrs. Marra 1316 - 10 little or no value? The most appreciated Christmas present would be 13.30 ret 'P. 0 ...... 21 200 278.00 a neatly packed box of groceries or a sack of wholesome and tasty Taylor; Fred G. 20 278,00 Taylor. Fred O 3 20 mixed nuts. Many of our customers are sending boxes of groceries 27. K0 Fred CI Taylor. Fred . 250 4 347.50 ; be Taylor. and with sensible this them. for We Join will be to year presents Recover; Idaho Men Seek 2.30 G. 45S.70 Taylor. Fred ,5 to most choose assortment desirable the of you glad 500 help G J CP5.00 groceries. Taylor, Fred G 7 "133.00 ioo $22,000 Alleged Due on j Such assortments are $2.00 to $5.00 each. TayloV, Fred 30 41.70 Thaln. Charlotte K. .. 211 j 5 r.33 Thaln. Charlotte E ' 10Sl( Equipment . .. FIVE POUNDS EASTERN POPCORN . .35c Van Wormer, Mrs. 173 . t ...1570 123 Alice If.' . ... district1 Walker 7?ros. Bankers. 1020 2000 27 SO. 00j Suit has been filed In the; Walker Bros. Bankers. 1021 1000 1390.00 court by Max Mayfield, A. 13. Carlson, . CANNED GOODS MISCELLANEOUS 3 993 RAISINS, ETC. 4.17 Warner, Kleanor C. IT. 1119 anrl R. W. t'arls, receivers of the Fari3;1 C. II. 1.39 Eleanor Warner, com'. .. T35 100 139.00 Engineering and . Construction John Watson. Raisbox 2 35c . iy2 packages Libbys pound 100 jWestern139.00 pany of 'Idaho, against tho i 736 Watson, John 25c Christmas cookSpinach 45c 737 ins 100 and A. S. Whiij 13S.00 Watson. John . Construction company " " 73.1 20c Pumpkin, ies 100 139.00 ,$1.80 Watson, .John D. TL CTirSSINGER. ney, seeking to recover $22,000, al(SEAX.) 100 739 139.00 2 packages CurWatson, John each . . . , . .15c of the Currency. leged to be due for. rent of dredges,! Comptroller 100 740 139.00 Watson,- John Extension No. 1423. 24 pound Molasses, 25c Saurkraut, tools and other construction material.; . ' . 741 45c 100 rants 139.00 John Watson. . THo. 2597. i set forth that on Sepeach Charter 25s The. 100 2 cans . . . : . 35c 139.00 Watson, John .v.';.... 72 were tembeV plaintiffs 743 20r 1013, they NOTICE OF HOLDERS 100 appointed, 139.00 Watson, John Mrs. Porter's Fig 15c Tomatoes, ST0CK OF THE can John ....... ,1i)8H lt)0 , 139.00 receivers 'for the Faris Const ruction; 2'2 Watson, pound . . . . . 25c 2 cans ........ 10S9 "4 - 75.06 AMALGAMATED SUGAR COMPANY. John Watson.' in the United States district! Pudding, each . 15c . . 30c" company Sorghum ' Winchester, Frank ..2188 25 Notice is hereby; given that a special 35c Sliced Pine34.75 court- - It i3 alleged thnt hn Septem-- i . .2190 ! Winchester. 73 104.23 meeting of the holder of eight per cent Frank .Heinz at . . . each 25c defendants Boise, 1919. the Fig Pudding, ber 1, ! , apple, Old Yankee Maple 100 fund first preferred 139.00 cumulative Jr.. 2060 Wooley. f Edwin G. a tii jaw so many stock of Thesinking 35c Grated PineIdaho hired' dredges, steam shovels, Susrar Comaccoraance wun in Amalgamated Ana . . 40e have-no. 90c Syrup, quart be offices will held at the of the each of large can. . and tools from the plaintiffs and of such as shares stock pany, parcel 25c each apple, tlie of- Company. No. 811 David Eccles Building, atAmalira-matemay be necessary will be sold y2 gallon cans . .70c paid for their u?e. The receivers; 2 cans Diamond e d In Ogden City. Weber ccmnty, State of Medium can . . . 50c fice of the Secretary hold that reasonable rent should bej 1 gallon cans. .$1.43 . . $1.25 Walnuts Surar Company, No. Til David Ec-cl- Utah, on Saturday, the 17th day of Dej $1000 a month for 22 months. 1921, "at the hour of 10:30 q'cIock Building. Oicden, Utah, on tne2Sth cember, the amount: is sought.. . Judgment for with of 1921,. at the" hour of December, day of the! the filing Simultaneous to elect ten o'clock a. m.. to pay the The purpose of the meeting--Iasd assessment thereon, together delinquent of the full number of the Board' with the suit, the Utah Credit Adjustment cost of advertising and expenses of "sale. of Director of the Company, sociation filed a complaint in court CO. CHICAGO ther FERA S. YOUNG, . Directors, in lieu of one-thir- d of S?i the seeking defendants, game against of The Board of said of Directors number Surar full Secretary.721 David Amalgamated to recover $1403.63. which is claimed Eccles Building:, Os-de- n. a then existing, and to designate the Company. Phone to be owed the Jalk Mercantile com-- j 486 2376 . Atc. , its members of the Board of Director whose Utah. Washington asso adjustment pany of Idaho. The terms of office are to expire upon the so elected the accounts NOTICE OF, SPECIAL MEETING OF qualification of such one-thir- d ciation sets for th-i- t STOCKHOLDERS OF THE UTAH by said preierrea siocKnoiaers, ana 1a have been assigned to them for colCONSTRUCTION COMPANY. transact any other, business- that may lection. ,. To the Stockholders of the Utah Con- properly come before the meeting.' THE AMALGAMATED SUGAR COiln struction Company: to be thrown against an automobile . LEGAL NOTICES Is Notice to that hereby given driven by J. E. Morgan, whoso office HENRY II. ROLAPP, President; the authority and direction ofpursuant the board SUGAR COM- - of is at 308 Klesel building;. Mr. Moi-ga- n TIIE AMALGAMATED FERA S. YOUNG. Secretary. n of directors The PANY. . November 26, on of first his a bruise Date received ' publication slight a 721 David " Eccles Building, Ogden, Utahr Company, corporation duly organized i.. 1921.iV , left shoulder. and under and of the existing by virtue NOTICE. of last publication December K, There are delinauent unon the follow laws of the State of Utah, a special meet- Date forest service 426 The,sigtf fOiop at the on 1921. stockholders of the of the corporaJan. y, aifd ingon described stock, on account of assess- - ing building l3.to.be opened tion held has' been, called to be t levied on the 4th day of November. and will NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET LEGAL NOTICES it will be In operation for sis weeks, 1NG. T. 921, the several amounts set oonoslte be held at the office of the said corporatime it which Feb. 20, during closing NOTICE TO CREDITORS. he names of the respective shareholders. tion at Eccles Building Ogden, Utah, on The regular annual meeting of the i expected that approximately 2 500 ronows: Notice is hereby given that mder and Tuesday, the. 27th11 day of December, 1921, stockholders of the Ogden Savings Bank at the hour, of a.m. of said to will be held at their banking room in OgNo. of Vo. of tsigna will be made, according to an consider the action of the board day, of di- den, on Tuesday. January 10. 1922, at announcement today by James 12. Scott day of December, 1921. by the Ilonorablef Name Cert. Shares Amt. rectors of said corporation as recited in 11:30 o'clock a. m..- lor the purpose of the Judged ofv Alder, Alice 5.63 ..651 40. George 8! Barker, orone ofsecona of tho public relations department. resolutions adopted by saM board, electing directors to serve ..for the ensu . certain 874 tne 100 139.00 the district court Arnold, V. L. ?. judicial Tho signs ia.ro to be placed in. the district of said board duly called ing year, and the" transaction f such oth-.18.07 at "aheld-aand for the county of Weber, Austin. Amha J.'... ... 849 ' 13 meeting. various forests in district 4 and are for state of inUtah t nothe office of the corporation er are 848 13 .... 18.07 and Burton business 'as may, properly come before E. creditors Austin. hereby dithe purpose of giving general guide 139.00 on December 12, 1921, resolving that said the meeting. ...1410 100 tified to "present claims duly verified Avery. W. L S. T. JEPPESEN. rections to the traveling public. 670 69.50 corporation do borrow money in the agto the receiver of the Utah Barker, If .50 Cashier. ; O. 50 a Mr. Scptt announced thl3 morning Tire andundersigned gregate amount of one million two hun- 992 (Signed) C9.50 John Bees'ey. ....2112 company, corporation, Repair dred thousand 131 4 Mrs. (11,250.000) Betts 10 dollars, 13.90 20th Belle. on in of fifty or the been made a revision the had Mary about that day February, , NOTICE. at15 20.E5 and do create a bonded indebtedness in Blrnjy, Mrs. Lucy E..1414 of the list of names as given Jby him at a 1922. at the office of W. R. Skeen.Utah. annual meeting The regular aald for amount in that expurpose, John Bowman, payable F 402 . Eccles Building, Ogden. torney, Bank National of First the shareholders or prior date. to the Standard;Examiner Amertne coin states of united ecntor of 1921. Dec. estate gold of 16, Date of first publication, held at Uv . will be UlaV of which revised list is of the men ap. Ogden. to or ica of Mi of the standard M. equal present of last publication. Jan. 13r 1922. monv at "3 S4 vy asnmgton . ........ ..1800 2050 Smith Hyrum 2849.50 weight and fineness, to be represented banking 1 LARRY W. BECKETT. JR..' pointed from the various forests to ' on Tuesday, January 10, .1922, at 11 closed of bonds first the 1818 10 Bert 13.30 mortgage work In tho Pign shop and which, acby Brinkley, Receiver. m fr?r purpose of ejecting . 847.50 company In the amount of one million o'clock a. to serve the Mr. Scott, is 'as follows: W. R. SKEEN, ' - ' Brooks, Dr. Harlow... 674 250 cording to for ensuing year directors two ' thousand hundred 100 (H.250.000) and the transaction of the 1124 Burton, Edward L. ..1657 . 139.00 fifty for Receiver. such other busiAttorney Jphn. i:. ; Irby, liois-- .national forest; isana do said ..1827-.tnat 200 -278.00 dollars; Edward L. corporation come before the as James li. Bruce, Caribou national for- NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE- Burton, ness may properly Baid sue as Indebtedbonded 437 evidencing100 133.00 Burton, James F. . said meeting. Chester Challis; SAME. OF THE est; Edgar Huffman, LINQUENCY 139.03 ness, in Its name and under its corpoBurton, James F. . .. 438 100 Dated Ogden, Utah. December 10? 1921. Oisen, Fishlake; Lewis jr. QulgIey,.La To whom It may concern: 139.00 rate seal, first closed mortgage 714 por James F. . .. 439 100 Burton, JAMES F. BURTON. Cashier. 278 of the Burton. James F. . ..440 100 cent 'serial gxld bonds in the aggregate Under authority of Section' 139.00 Sal; Bert Mahoqey, Minidoka; Graham 1907, and as di- Burton, James F. . ..441 100 S. Quate, Nevada; 139. CO amount of one million two hundred "fifty Wilford Bentley, Compiled Laws of Utah. Burton. James F. .. .. 442 100 SHARE HOLDERS' MEETING 139.00 thousand ($1,250,000) dollars, of puch deby Section 1056 of the Revised Powen Carleton FClarK, Salmon aad rected of Ogden City. Utah, 1915. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 139.00 nominations not exceeding one thousand Burton, James F. . ..444 J00 Robert E. Clabby from the Weiser na- 'Ordinances The undersigned Treasurer of Ogden Burton, James F.. ,'. 445 100 The regular annual meeting of the 139.01 ($1,000) dollars as the board of directors . tional forest. . . i OH may .hereafter determine; that said bonds notice that a Burton, James F. . .. 446 100 Bank- of "Commerce of Ogden, National 139. hereby gives City, oo Burton, James F , ..447 100 . 139.00 bear date as Of December 1, 1921. and be Utah, will be held at our banking" house Special Tax for the purpose of paying 100 139.00 numbered as. the board of directors may on. Tuesday,, January 10, 1922, at ten the costs of opening, establishing, and Burton, James F. . .. 44 LIE AD REELECTED named Og- Burton. James F. .. 449 100 a out of 139.00 hereafter determfne; that said bond ssh all o'clock a. m. . street, publio laying ; 450 F. 100 haa In James This meeting is called for the purpose, 139.00 mature vand be payable 'serially at such avenue. Burton, den Utah, Ogden City, t A. R. A. CHAIRMAN been-levie727 the en100 of electing directors to serve-fo- r and confirmed by an Or- Burton, James F. 139.00 times as the board of directors may here1118 257 357.23 after determine, not later, however, than suing year and to transact such other, dinance of the Board of- Commissioners Burton, James F. 100 Cannon. II. Brown V.1364 139.00 December 1, 1935; that eacn of said bonds business as may come before the meeting. Ogden Cltv, Utah,, adopted and passed Case. : M. M. Mead, for, the past two years of Cashier. Helena De St.P..1808 35 J. II. RILEY, 48.65 be payable tp the bearer or to the regDec. 7th, 1921, and published Deo. 8th, ' 10S4. ; . r.o . chairman of he Ogden sectional com- 1921. 69.50 istered holder thereof, if the same be regChllds, Mrs. Anne S...1633 s 513 50 69.30 istered, at the office of Mercantile Trust Said Special' Tax la -levied iipon all Colltnav Chas. C.C. mittee of the American Hallway assoPEOB ATE AND 1110 Chas. 12.31 Company,' in the City and County of San abutMnK on.- the following Collins, to property ciation, was last night' ..... of State .1817 Collins. 40 Chas Francisco, each that C. California; "W It t 55.60 XTt t S to serve in the same capacity GTJARDIANSHIF NOTICES during the Ogden avenue" between Thirty-fourt- h bonds shall bear interest at the Cook. David. Sr....... 179 40 65.60 of aid 7Vs 1922 and 1293 seasons at the closing (34) of cent rate 1 per annum, payable per 9.73 Thirty-firt- h 35) , streets, and Cook. David. Sr. r....l067 014 70 on. the Consult CrmtT Oierk or the Respeo meeting of the organization. Ills more and 97.30 in like gold coin Cooley, A. D. .c described as follows, particularly election was unanimous 139.00 1st day of Jun and December of each Stephen G. ;...2297 100 Lots 4 to 4 both inclusive, block Covey, tire Signers for Further 1689 0 Anna 69.50 year, at the office of Mercantile Trust and lots 1 to 23 both Inclusive., block Dean, Representatives from the Southern 7, Information. - ; JT. ....... in and the 25 E. of San ;1345 Dixon, 34.75 Company, County City Ogden Cityer Dixon, It., E. ...... .wl441 Pacific, Union Pacific, Oregon Short 6. all in Lakeview ofAddition, 25 34.75 Francisco, State of California, without the northeast Line and Los Angeles and SAlt Lake Survev; also, part NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 10 ..1413 Arthur 13.90 deduction for or on account of any Fed- In Dollaghan, Five Section Township of (5), District Court of Weber CouttCi. railroads attended the conference. Five (5) the tax over 409 C. two income not r 10(H) eral D, 1390.00 Eccles, ' (2) - per Vest, Salt l) North, Range one United Utah. .. becent reC. 411 said D. 1000 that 1390.00 MeeUngs were held Thursday morning, Lake Base Kccles, may corporation States and Meridian, of R. estate James matter the of In the . . , or M. to 1000 thereon Eccles. J. or to 1390.00 pay quired afternoon and evening,' permitted to & depth of one hundred and Eccles. Jnlia W. .....420 deceased. or 684 600 reason retain therefrom under papworth, 695.00 of by Problems pertaining; to block sig- Survey, street the from back thirty (ISO) feet 18JC-.0"Creditors, will present claims with 754 1000 any present or future law of he United vouchers Eccles, Julia W. . nals, maintenance and other details line. ; to the undersigned at theefflc .. R. 575 L. States of and the 180 Eccles. 250.20 amount of America, Installin .three Said tax, Is payable of signal operation were discussed at ments. E. Evahs, attorney at law, 576 190 1 Eccles. I. R. , . 264.10 which eaid tax up to the limit aforesaid of Joph 618 David Eccles Building. Ogden, Suite sessions. the three .. R. said L 250 shall 677 ao Eccles. to .347.60 agree corporation pay delin' Installment becomes The first oe Utah, on or before February 8, 1922. . 578 320 166.80 far as it may lawfully do so without prejEccles, L. R. on- - the 8th day of December, 1922. OREN IIADLOCK. quent 584 to udice R. the of L. 30 holders of the Eccles, 41.70 said rights CITY COURT CLERK The second Installment becomes delin- Eccles, L. R. with . Will Annexed. Administrator GS7 or bonds the 139.00 attached coupons 10a. thereto; JOSEPH E. EVANS. on the 8th day of December, 1923. 5RS to .... quent R. such-, 500 L. that interest 693.00 Eccles, represent there GOES ON VACATION The third installment becomes delin- Eccles, T,. R. ... 589 Attorney for Administrator.' 200 278.00 shall be attached to each of paid bonds on the ' 8th day of December, 1914. First . publication December30.t, 1921. - facR. 556 ' 20 L. Mrs. each quent interest coupons, the 27.J.0 Eccles, bearing draws 1521. tZf installments said Each of 557 80 Mrs. L. R, 111.20 simile shrnature of the nresent Seoretnrv Last publication December Interest at the rate, of six .per Eocles, 2C5 ... said of 1260 and Eccles the number of 1751.40 corporation I. N. Fulton, deputy cierk of the city cent the Royal NOTICE TO CREDITPRS. - 106. 0 bona to wnicn it is attached: that each 5C6 120 per annum from the 8th day of Ecclea, Royal In the District . Court of Weber County, court, has taken, a. vacation;, and ex- -, December, 1921. until delinquent, and If Eccles. 267 said bonds ehatl 180 have of . there. indorsed 250.20 Utah. This aald tax or any Installment thereof shall Ehman, Royal pects to be gone about one week. Ftil-toon a certificate to be signed by the Trus Mrs. Franc B. 433 10 13.90 matter In the estate of Jeremiah. the of n is the first vacation taken by Mr. of Ela m. Roy J. ........ 1 60S after the delinquency will remain 15 20.83 tee and a lorm lor tne registration of the E. Weaver, sometimes , known as J. E, in the past three "years, except the same.unpaid thereafter thereon 300 49 Interest 65.60 said bond; that said bonds and the cou Ellison, James E Weaver; and Ellen Preece Weaver, some. j be at the rate of 12 per cent per an- Ellison, James E. ....1072 - 7 Trustee's certificate and in- times , 9.73 pons and known as Mrs. J. E. Weaver, deingfor a day or so. are oassessments num fully Evans, Ruth B. ,..,..1672'' 34 until - such 47. 2 dorsement for registration thereof shall ceased. A' i t , 1873 '50 ' 69.50! be drawn and shall be In such form as Ruth B with Evans, will Creditors paid. claims present on MORGAN AUTO No Interest "will be charged if paid 50 Ruth B. .....1674 63.50 may hereafter be determined by the vouchers to the undrth'.ned' at the office Evans, 1 1675 50 December 23. 1921. 63.50 ooara or directors saia corporation; of Joseph E. Hvatvf.; a't rney aJ law. Evans, Ruth B STRUCK BY TRUCK or Allbefore . 50 C'J.&O and that said bonds, and each and ail of Suite 518 David Eccles Bi li 'lis;. Ogdon. special taxes are payable at the Evans. Ruth B. ......1376 10 office of the city treasurer in the City Fist, Milton J. . .... .1560 13.90 them, shall - be secured oy a trust Inden- Utah, on or berore April 8, 1922. 691 Utah. 41.70 ture given by said corporation to said 30 Or L ELLSWORT1I J. WEAVER. 1 City, Foy, Lee Malan, while driving a truck IlaJl, at Offden Mercantile Trust Company, as Trustee,' C. T. KOONS. Ctty' Treasurer. Elizabeth ' Administrator. Geognegan, ? h on Twenty-fourtwest f last night r. .Standard-Examine1 ..." In 50 SI Published D. EVANS," In 9.53 O. such form and ; the such "pro-JOSEPH Ogden containing street, ran into the zone h marker 'at visions and and Elizabeth for .'Administrator., conditions, such; i covering Genghegan, Attorney as- may. First publication December 2, 1921. and 1175 the intersection of Twenty-fourt300 417.00 property of said corporation, G. ............ First publication Dec." 16tti. 1921. V ' 1094 be 1921.' hereafter Adams avenue, which caused the truck determined ey the board of Iast publication December 30, 1S2L Last publication Dec. Geghegan, Elizabeth ! WATGH OUR AD EVERY DAY . Kdlnburer Lombard 32 6 40.00 Investment Co 40.0 Oeneva E. .....4558 108 Fisher, Thomas 12.00 3170 Gibbjv 26.00 e.i. Ciallentine Brothers ..4654 a 4451 12.00 Ilodson. D, F. . 32 50 10 40.00 Harrison, Mary.. 10.00 2.5 4113 Hendesaefi, W. S. SO. 00 . .oo.i 20 Jensen. J. W. '. 4. 00 ...1934 1 ' Kendall, G. W. 23.00 6.5 ...4203 M. Earl Knight. 2.25 .3943 9.00 Eayton, OrsonS. ; 10.00 ...4238 2.5 Marriott. M. 10.00 .4239 2.5 Marriott, M. S.. 4240 10 40.00 Marriott, M. S 64.00 Miller. Lee Charles ..3536 1C 24.00 ,...5837 Nalder, F. H 24.00 .6 Xalder. F. II. ........8874 4 41S9 16.00 Nalder, Albert 0 4254 ,8.00 Xaylor, F. AS io.oo Nelson, Clarence C. , .4273 E4 16.00 Olson, Emma E. ....1744 2 :4055 8.00 Olson, Emma E 6 24.00 Olsen. Jos. Albert ...3322 20.00 Mrs. Mary 001 f Petersen, 20.00 Petersbn. Mrs. Mary.. 37 6 4 S ..... 60494 - 5.1204 20.48 Parry.! Caleb 1.335S. 5.34 Parry J Caleb 10S2 1.0748 4. SO ParrynCaleb .469.0 9.88 Caleb ........1937 Parry, Caleb 4544 I 4.00 Parry 40.00 Roberts. Mary E. .... tl293 10 Roberts. Mary K. ....1703 64; 24.00 ...2295 Roberts, Mary E. 402J .7, ' 28.00 Roberts. Mary E t .8. ,00 Roberts, Mary E. ...,4080 3 4170 12.00 Roberts, Mary E 4469 i:5 6.00 Sessions, Wm. James. 8.5 34.09 Sfarkey, Wm. F. .i . .4393 3765 43 172.03 Wilcox. J. II. - And in accordance witn law and order of the Board of Directors, made on the 2nd day St September, 1921. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary. will be sold at th south door of the Weber. County Coyn hbuso in Osrden. Utah, on the- 17th day of December, 1921, at 12 o'clock noon of jiaid day to pay delinquent assessment thereon, together with the cost of adof sale; vertising and expenses ROBERT C. NYE. J Secretary. 77 v WHOLESALE GROCERY 'i - . ni N - -- " 10 . tea t 27.80 l".i.O 13. P0 J55.00 i:j?.on ra. nun. aoiiri r. i" '.75 1 U, .....4179 Corbridpe, 3924 W C. Clark. 9.50 2 Ul) . Ogden, Utah t -,. - "A BETTER PLACE TO DRESS YOUR FEET' iiovAJua - ICO .......... & Pinjree, Frank Trus- - 170 James,Pinsree, T06 tee . . 70? Sarah Porter, .Virginia P. .. 711 Porter, fJertrndo P... 709 ,. 710 Porter, Jesse P Qulnney Joseph Jr. ;. 3ns Qulnrvey. Joseph Jr. . 3U9 Quinney, Joseph Jr. . 540 Tlie FAMILY SHOE STORE' 353 Twenty-fourt- h CO 13.1. CO , , - Can - AND A LARGE SELECTION OF FELT SLIPPERS Cup-r-WlllI- am . ' i i . . 6"). 50 3 , at, A -- ' Under the direction of Scoutmaster Thomas J. Maglnnis, the troop of Boy Scouts to be fostered by the Elks club, was organized last night. Sixty boys were in attendance and one of the best troops in th city will be outfitted completely by the Elks lodge,- it is stated. I Fred Hood, assisted Mr." Maglnnis in formulating the organization. : 60 , . ELKS' BOY SCOUT L O 8 s 152.90 27.89 fO AbU At directors of said corporation; And to consider and-acupon the cen flrmation tt said .action et aald boardVj't director?", and to consider and-acupon the confirmation of tiny and aJV other acdirectors In contions of Mid board !f nection with any of the foregoinr matact upon ters, and to consider-anconnection with any other- - matters in th " may 'jcome before said foregoing which ; meeting. December 12, Dated at 05den,-Uta- h, 19"X" WARREN L WATTISS. Secretary of The Utah Construction Company. , . First puWlcation date, December 12, 1921. 26, 1921. Iast publication -date December 982 THE, DAVIS AND WEBER COUNTIES CANAL COMPANY. NOTICE. jr There are delinquent upon the fi Itotv-lndescribed stock on account of a- -, sensment levied on September 2. 1321. the several amounts set opposite the names of "the stockholders, as fol lows: , ' , Io. ' Cert. No. Snares Amt. Name 4274. 3 112.00 Adams. Geo. II. 14JJO 8.5' ApoatoloB. Andrew, .. .4194 2 3472 8.v Abott. Karl A (id d 00 13 . 1 , TO LOSE HIS FOOT! 27.80 .152.30 103 "110 " -- 29 110 5 ) C. be-w- as 139.00 no. co JlolMdAy. i ' K0 Co. Wo-Cali- f., - & Greer .Whitehead . .. .(' 1 -- Co w-hi-ch -- , Co Contest of th will of the late Will- The Women Republican club oC lam Craig, Ogden eanner, wasiWeber county met last evenlngrin the scheduled for hearing within theX next r court room of District Judge J. N. few days in the district court. ha been Kimbail. Mrs. Jcannette Hyde and Mrs. J, It. settled and will not now be heard, accordlngrto an agreement filed In the Davis of Salt Lake, were present.' Mrs. district court today. Hyde, sectional vice president of the Nettle Lucllle Merritt of Pasadena, western division of the National in- daughter of Mr. Craig, and his men P.epublican club, grave an first wife, had protested the will which atr active talk on the advantages of in favor of Caroline Eugenia longing" to the national organization, Craiff. the second wife of Mr. Cralff, and suggested that the local club Join ' that the second Mrs. j the parent body. Hhe charg-e, CraJff used influence In having Mr,. It was decided that the Women's , Republican club of Weber county , Craig make he will in her favor. The agreement sets forth that Caror would affiliate with the national Eugenia Craig has eiven Nettle ganizatlon, and here after to, be known Lucille Merritt, Harry Craig", William as the "Women's National Republican of Qgrden." V Cralff and Bella Eliza Craig prom-lciu- b The folloT.ins officers wore elected:" issory notes valued at 120,000, which has been, a satisfactory settlement. President Mrs. J. A. IlowelV , under First vice, president Mrs. I. N. Ful Caroline Craig ton. will retain the balance of the estate.' ". A committee; consisting of A. P. t Second vice president Mrs M. A." it Bigelow, George Haivereon and Wade Matson. M. Johnson was appointed as trustees, j Third vice president Mrs, Georgina ' - 1 oo Marriott. , and treasurer Miss Edith Secretary BOY TTTTRT TN YARDa lu Reid. 100 -- O, 152. JO 152.90 110 273 Gertrude Geojbcgan, ... 2T5 T. ...... John C...117$ ICathleen Geoghegan,. -- B.-.S S5 .V.,.......: Geoghegan. Louis P.. 1325 Geoithegan. Rudolph.. 1457 Gluck. P,. U :,..,1715 Graehl. L. W. 101 ...... TV. C. .1403 Graham. 140G Graham, U. C. 1453 Graham. W. C & Cf 1. 1 3 Oo Gree -- Whitehead c LEGAL NOTICES 110 Ceoghesran, Georre W..1326 Craig Contest Settled Out of Become Affiliated With National Organization and Court; Widow Turns' , Elect Officers Over; Notes the-asreeme- .1327 ' . 391 . . ' . I - - 'h. f.