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IDE Carolina Court Takoa With Federal Court. laouo t-Ju-aUco mo-do- n complaint. Judge Gary dismissed the motion, is that this railroad company it la . goulh Carolina corporation. If then oot a Democratic corporation, he holds "the operation of lu railroads i this atate is unlawful." He holds that the Atlantic Coast Una was formed hr merger subsequent to the of the constitution of HUM. at n Den Can Kot aU the instruction given to young lallmaA men is intensely serious. The ef following definition was recently fend to a beyluner: "A bos car belongs to tin fowl family. During the can bo spring and summer months it found in nearly every part of the country. its favorite haunts being raUway of- tracks, and it is easy to capture. In the autumn, however, like certain other fowls, it goes into hibernation or Inglee to other climes. Scattered where known ere specimens stance i captured during the autumn A lasso or a well greased ewltch new Is sometimes used in snaring the box car, but main strength it the best weapon. In any csss the hunter must be very wary, aa any anise like the fluttering of a waybill will make the quarry disappear, gome railways own large flocks of domesticated box cere, but they ere carefully guided during the dosed season. The wild box car when cangbt and fairly wen loaded becomes perfectly stationary." Bsu Francisco Argonaut. A Losing Gem. Kot long ago a new Turkish bath establishment wee organised, and ae le the custom the promoters went out to form a regular clientele. The accounts of what a Turkish bath would accomAmong tbo plish were moot glovr.'-ig- . men approached wee a German saloon-fc- t His complaint was obesity, aa waa shown by tbo fact tbat he was below the image height and weighed 200 FT, IKT CAR MEM. CLERKS. BOOKKEEPER, and aU others employed, find our office reliable for sum of $10 to lies if before das. Pay. menu suspended in sickness. No charge for applications. The City Losa Agency. Suite 417, IU, First National Ban Bldg. that ts F - Net to Be Overlooked. Blobbs Why does Subbubs hate hia ext door neighbor aoT Slotw-T- he man built u Ugh spite fence. Blobb- aWell, I most say that isn't an easy Rec- ord. It Often Comes. In a Scotch Sunday school the tody teacher, after speaking on the subject of death, asked. And what cornea after desthr Instantly e little girl culled ut eagerly, "A fight about tbo money.' MEDIUM. MADAM JENNINGS Spiritual medium. Class Friday, 8 p. m. 417 25th. WANTED. .. MISCELLANEOUS. sewing, 171 I 28 1m WANTED. BOARDERS. WANTED A gentleman boarder end roomer, 2053 Adams. 8 3 lwk BUSINESS CHANCES SALE Boarding hnuoe. 12 boarders; good location, 134 W J7th. wanted. to tf LewU-fcuone- e. a 407-40- 8 d. . lino. NOTICE. United stales Land Office. Balt Lake City, Utah. June 28, 1907. Te Whom It May Concern: Notice to hereby given that the Btata of Utah has filed in this office a list of tondi, selected by the eald State, for the establishment of permanent reservoirs for irrigating purposes, under section 12 of the Act of Congress, approved July 16, 1894, aa follows, vis: All Sections 14 and 24, Township North, Range 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian, Uat 77. A copy of said list, so far as It relates te said tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, has been conspicuously posted in thle office for inspection by any person lute rooted, and by the pub. lie generally. During the period of publication of this notice, under departmental instructions of April 25, 1907, protests or contests against tha claim of the State to any of tha tracts or subdivisions hereinbefore described, on the ground that the same to more valuable for mineral than for agricultural purposes, will bo received end noted tor report to the Genera Dud Office at Washington, D. C. Failure to ao protest or con tost, within the time specified, will be considered sufficient evidence of the character of t-- o tracts, and the selections thereof, being otherwise free from objection, will be tor approval. E. D. R. THOMPSON, Registrar. non-miner- FOR RENT Two furaluefi rooms, 8630 Adame. WANTED Grocery clerk;- - married man preferred. ".X" care of Standard. FOR sleeping rooms end light housekeeping rooms, 2341 Adams. HAIR SWITCHES for salt at reduced rices. Hair chains a specialty. S lasquerado costumes to rent for balls and theaters. All mall orders promptly attended to. Mrs. C. B. Lae, 181 14tk. P. O. Bax 418. I WANTED A good strong boy with 3 ROOMS for housekeeping. Boyle boras or wheel to carry. Standard. Block. CONTRACTORS' AND BUILDERS. i , Apply at once. SUITE of front Boyle rooms, cheap. MEN AND BOYS WANTED to learn FRED A. LUND, General Contractor block. la brick and atone. 673 21st Bell plumbing, plastering, bricklaying, Phone 1060-Y- . also sheet metal pattern draughting. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modPosition secured. Day end night ern. 2336 Grant classes. Free catalogue. Visitors FRATERNAL welcome. Coyne Trade Schools, FOR RENT Two modem famished San Francisco and Nsw York. Herrick. ekwo in. ft Kelly rooffi, ROYAL ARCANUM. lyr-117 , WANTED At once experienced mate bookkeeper and stenographer; bring references. The H. L Griffin Co, , wasiMmiree BIG money fur canvaaatne salesmen. 8366 Wash. SITUATIONS WANTED Tested, sound, - reliable. Fraternal ALSO FOR HOUSEKEEPING Poery Beneficiary Order. Insures men at Wash. 2439 Annex, reasonable rates for one, two, cr three Accumulated emer-fun- d FOUR roomft .walei In the boose, thousand dollars. three nullon nearly ilamR. Mrs. Tracy Are Apply Rocky Mountain mond, 108 llth SL Council, No. 627, meete second ail fourth Fridays at A. O. U. W. hail. F. W. Stone, Regent; J. W, FOB BENT. spoon. Collector; 41. XL Roberts, Bec'y, FRATERNAL JANITOR for offices or halls; good honest. Apply experience and Sblma; Phone, Bell 1363, P. O. Box 66. BOARD AND BOOM 449 toll street Ogden fjodge first and .wets FOB BENT. lp.iL, streeL UNFURNISHED ROOMS. JAPANESE wants a situation aa cook or waiter. Apply Okl, Box (46. F. BRIGHT a Invited. PETER 8. WILSON. Contractor and Builder of Cement Work. Ettttmtttfft fur&nhej and aU verk fuaranU't'd. 1140 2t fit CLOTHES CLEANED Cleaning, repairing and pressing neatly dune. 3476 Giant. James A. Strickland, proprietor. 443 llth cordially IDA BECKER, Secretary. B. O. KNOT1I. Treasurer. BL WANTED Housework In Ogdon by a FOR RENT ODD FELLOWS. Two unfurnished rooms, NOTICE. . Japanese boy. P. O, Box (64 Og261 29th streeL List Now 397. 7 29 lwk den, Utah. Ogden Lodge Na I, Independent Or United State Lend Office, Salt Lake RENT-Th- roe FOR nnfumlshed der of Odd Fellows. Meats la I. O. City, Utah, July 15th, 19072 O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. FOB BALE, BEAL ESTATE rooms, 907 20th. To Whom It May Concern: Visiting brothers cordially Invited to Notloe to hereby given that' the be preaent WEATHER BARGAINS FOB BENT. State of' Utah has filed in thin office 80ME HOT J. W. BAILEY, Noble Grand. e a list of land, selected by tha said HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. houses One of the prettiest unUNFURNISHED School as HOUSES. Lands, State, Indemnity In tha city. Lot 80x139 to alley; der section fi of the Act oi Congress, B. F. O. ELKS. delightfully situated. You can buy FOR RENT Email 4 roamed house. approved July Id, 1894, as follows, this- place for 1,700; terms to suit E. A. Stratford, 1st NntL Bunk Bldg. via: Ogden Lodge Na 719, modem house; beautiful EF. Elks N N.W. and N.E. 4 N.E. and cinb rooms, second floor, outbuild-- v of Lodge and trees lawn; plenty See. 20, T. 6 N R. 4 E, 8. L. M, 1411 Washington arenas. Regular togs; price on terms, 82,700. If yon (State 897, U. L R.). FOB every Tuesday evening. RENT can meeting for cash it you the have get A copy of said list, so far aa it reA. T. HESTMARK, Exalted Ruler. Owner lose money. 8200 leaving lates to said tracts by descriptive subFURNISHED HOUSES. J, XL KNAUS8. Secretory. build the house city. You division, hat been eonaplcuous'y post11,000. for today ed In this office for inspection by any QUEEN CITY, REBEKAH IODGE, 12,000 buys a splendid small hotel FOR RENT Nicely furnished person Interested, and by the publle house, piano, close In.. 8. 8. Smith, No. 4, L O. O. F. hall Meets secbusiness. Owner has other business generally. lad Phone 264. ond and fourth Friday evenings at good class of steady rent; cheap of of the publication During period JIall. .Visiting mem-lie- n Odd Fellow customers; rooms always filled. this notice, under departmental InInvited. 11,200 buys one of the best paying FOR RENT Tour room cottue, structions of April 26, 1907, protests one furnished and one unfurnished ELLA BOGART. Noble Grand. rooming houses on 25th street Can or contests against the claim of tha flat GERTRUDE KOONS, Secretary. Apply at 2624 Grant . on thin, show yon subdivior of tracts to the State a fly Wo own 212 lot that we can sell sions hereinbefore described, on tha on yonr terms and wo can find yen FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE, royal neighbors of America valuto more ground that the same lot at yeur own price. These lots a able for mineral than for agricultural are all well located and would be FOR BALE Modem house, 1439 35th Excelsior Camp Na 3240, meets evpurposes, will bo received and noted BL, fine shade, town, trait Part pay- ery second end fourth Thursday of pleased to show them at aay time. for report to tha General Land Office We have a customer for n modem ment Balance monthly payments. each month at tho Eagles Hal Visat Washington, D. C. Failure o to home of not more than 93,800 value. 7 15 Twka. iting ladies cordially invtted. , protest or contest within the time Must have good loL with shad and MRS. MART HEFFNER, Oracle, specified, will be considered sufficient 8 good rooms, dose I, I ft Fine fiarma, close te 2941 Washington Avenue. evidence of the character house ofonatorleast near ear line. JOSIA RHEA, Recorder, 251 22nd BL in and city. SNAPS. of the tract, and the (election theremodem brick hone and furWe are here for service. Coma la of, being otherwise free from objecFRATERNAL ORDER OF EAQLEB. end see tu if you want to buy or niture; dose In. Terms, tion, will bo recommended fox sell. good buy, GARRT80N. FOSTER ft GARRISON, Kelley ft Hendrick. Fraternal Order oi Eagles, Ogden E. D. B. THOMPSON. r 2411 Wash ave. Ind. Phono 67L Aerie, No." 119, P. O. E., meets every Register. FOR BALE One fine farm at West Wednesday evening in Eagle hall, east Weber, consisting of 40 acres of of Reed hotel, at 8:00. Visiting BrothFOB SALE FOR BALE Fine lot on 21st street, land, four room brick bouse, good er Eaglet are Invited to attend tho $26. fl cash, ona dollar per week. - bam and outbuildings, four cows, Aerie meetings. MISCELLANEOUS. J. J. BrammltL T. C. MORRIS. W. President . pigs and chickens. All kinds of D. T. TRACY, Secretary. machinery and tools and a fine crop. FOR BAE Six hole range, almost DR. H. & FORBES, Aerla Physician. Cheap If taken at once. Call at new. Also other household furni- FOR BALE Lots facing on Washing49 26th streeL to an ton 260, alley. Are, 1207 2 lwk ture. Wash. Ave. I ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS Price 1450. $10.00 down, balance $10 This cement includes month. per A stare FOR BALE FOR BALE Small grocery brand now fire room IL C Wasatch Division No. sidewalk. Same else lot on Adam good and fixturea. Address Grocery, house, closet, pantry, hath room, meets second and fourth124, O. on Lot 7th 54x141 Ave. $300. St, Fridays at .. two good porches, large loL nice care Standard. J-2:80 p. m. la K. of P. hall, comer Myers, 9200, . sightly location, on bench near car 740 Washington Are Washington avenue and 24th street FOR SALE Good restaurant, in live line, a gnat snap at 81,700. Small All brothers are cordially invited to town. Beet investment In Nevada. down, bataacn on terms attend.' payment to rilL If yon want a home in Proprietor obliged to go east. K. BUILDING lot on car line; your own GEO. ALLEN. C. G terms; money advanced te build. IL C, Standard. OgJen thla to' a rare opportunity, D. U DOTLE, S. and T. WedelL It must bo sold, j, j, BmmmitL FOR SALE Five turned Trace poets and pickets. 442 18th SL Ind. TeL FOR BALE Nice bunding lot close PYTHIAN SISTERS. 1644-A- . in, near car line, only $5 per front FOR SALE A small cottage, wltk foot Terms to sulL J. J. Brant-- , Meats every Saturday afternoon at modem improvement. 1624 Jelfer-eo2:80 In Pythian hall. Utah National FOR SALE A new Bennlng Plano, a mitt Bank building. Sojourning sisters cor Howe Ventilator, a Refrigerator and dla.Hr Invited to attend. Couch, Apply at 249 80th. FOR .SALE Elegant lot near the MRB. EVELYN OLABMANN, M. E. CL LOST 175. Torma If de- MIBB LOUISE RITTER. M. of R. ft CL City Hosplial, FOR SALE New and second hand sired. J. J. BrammltL A bunch of keys between Re- LOST .. pool table. Very low price. Wash, and Grant 00 35th Bt. ReDEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. pairing done. 132 25lh. turn to Standard office. A new house, one acre of land In the choicest of bearing fruit: Leeotah Council, No. 3, D. of P FOR SALE A good riding pony. 2351 LOST A package, containing dry meets the first and third Wednesday 'Jefferson avenue. good location, $1,809. residence In rail- afternoon at 2:39. Eagle Hall. Dure gnnds. between Wright's store and An elegant Unnoln Are., nr 25th Bt. Return can be paid to 80 vie Alden, C. of W road dtotricL SL8Q0. FOR SALS or trade, a good square 1 to Standard office; reward. Nine acres of good tan4 with water, 111 26th St Milting members In piano, In good condition. Address and three room hme, located 40 vited. T," cars Standard. MARTHA A. MORRIS. Pocahrataa LOS- T- $400 reward, no questions, for rods from car line. $1,259. ALICE COLLINS. K. of R. CIUUNCEY PARRT, my pochetbook anJ contenis, lost fOR SALE Harnesses,' surrey and last Friday evening. Chao. E. DeckCor. 23rd and Wash. Phone 351-delivery wagons, corner Grant and - WANT ADB BRING BIG RESULTS. 7 39 lwk 7 lit! er, 2567 Grant Are ' 34th 4 or trade for horses. -- 2 1-- 4 1-- DENTISTS DR. P. A. COOK, Office, Eccles Bldg., Ogden, Dentist Utah. DR. D. N. WHITE, D.D.S. 2457 Washington Avenue Office Huure: 9 to 12 a. m.; a 4 vit . non-miner- ... 1 Phone Bell to 312-Y- . $ p. m. Rea Bell 334-T- . HARNESS AND SADDLES C. W. CROSS ft CO. Manufacturers and Dealers la Har ne.s. Paddles and Saddlery Hardware. Wash. Ave. Beil 642 X. 2250-225- HATTER Hsu deemed, blocked end retrlr.i-mod- , Panamas a specialty. The only exclusive in the city. 1474 Grant Kelley Bros. HAY AND GRA2N Flour, Hay. Grain end Poultry, Stock and Poultry 9od.. 2316 Wash. Ave. Ind. (09. Ben W. T. Aatlll 32U-W- Cbarlee F. Grout. Hay, Grain and Rolled and Chopped Feed of all Linda. 853 24th BL Bulb Ttumea. HIDES AND WOOL O. M. Runyon, Ogden, Utah, always pay top notch priors for Hides, Pella, Wool, Fur, tf. Write him. Ogden Hide, Feh ft Wool Co., Fred Hillman, Agent. Highest cash price paid Far for hide, pelts and wool. 2434 Wall. Yuur trade solicited. INSURANCE W. N. PIERCE, Notary Public, Real Estate; Fire, Ufa sad Accident insurance. 407 14th IL JUNK, THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buys all kinds of Junk. Bell phene 1381 and 626Z. Ind, phone 369'JD. Green AJacobeon, yard 1148 Pacific. IF YOU have any kind of Junk, 'phone te Ogden Jnnk House: we will call for it A .ill phone, I26K; Ind. T2k OGDEN LODGE KEY FITTING work, general 2483 1 245-Y- . Baw filing, Firearms. Clothing, 271 25th BL the dealer, Opoia House block. music 1756-1- ; Bell 1491-- . x THE MACCABEES OF THE MACCABEES. visiting Knights cordially invited te attend. J. W. HALSEY, Commander. F. F. BOND, Reoord Keeper. ROLLED GRAIN MASONIC, GRAiN and' have It . C. A. Bmurtbwalte Prod. Co., Wall Ave., bet 22d ft 23dn your Bring team-rolled- DONE of ail klnda. Bell phone 6G9Z Nels. McCarty, 2728 Grant ALL KINDS of Prompt attention. 607 2nd BL SEWING scavenger work. Jokn Vnn F we-de- Bell 747Y. MACHINES STOVE REPAIR HOUSE Welter Camp No. 74, meete in K. P. hall In the Utah National Bank building every Thursday evening at 8 oVocb. Visiting Woodm n cordially Invited to attend. T. C. MORRIS, C. C. E. AUTH. Clerk, Fint National Bank DullJlng. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. d TAILORS Clothes cleaned and pressed month, 157 25th St. Bell phone 91 B5SZ TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK D. K. Stuftrt, Tin and Sheet Iron Works. Furnace Mork a Specialty. 2254 Waahingtoa At. Bell Phone 1292. UNDERTAKER Charles J. A. Lhrfqnlat, llcenneed Emhalmer. Fine Funeral Furnishing. 2630 Washington Are Both phone. FRATERNAL Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pylhiss, Urets at Caetle Hall, Utah National Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. of P.s requested to meet with us. J. H. SHAFER, C. C. E. R. GEIGER. M. of E. L N. MEAD, K. of R. and 8. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. Be go Lily Circle, Na 104, moot every second and fourth Friday nights t 7:30 In K. of P. hall. Visiting neighbor cordially Invited. DAISY CASHMORE, G. N 137 Tracy Avenue. KATE HETMAN, Cleric, 381 23rd StreeL 1-- 1 Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle OF WASHINGTON. Union, Na 172, order of Washington, meets every Tuesday O. U. W. evening at 8 o'clock In ball. Visiting comrades invited to attend. Ogden i. WILLIAM DOTLE, Preilden. WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. 531, Utah Camp No. 9990, Modern Woodmen of America, meets every Tuesday night at Eagle Halt 9 p. m. V totting & J. H. SHAFER, Clerk. M. A. GOULD, V. KNIGHTS ' OF COLUMBUS. Ogden Council No. 777. Meet every Wednevdsr evening at K. of C. hall. No. 1473 Maah. $vo., at 9 o'clock. Vl.ttlng member welcome. J. H. DeVl.VE, O. K. W. J. MORGAN, Fin. Sec;. at meets every Tuesday night 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. halL Visiting Neighbors invited. Dues can he paid at the office of Ed Auth, the afternoon of tho 28th of each month, First National Bank Bldg. MR8. ALICE COLLINS, G. N 2983 Ptngree Are. MARIE CRITES, Clerk, 2721 MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA members invited. OF THE WORLD, jf Summon!, 8., 2304 Wash. Ave. Ind, 343. Btove Phones, Bell 3C4-and range repairs, new and stoves, hardware, etc. 2nd-han- WOODMEN 1 New and second hand Sewing from 85.00 up. 2279 Washington ave. ORDER Esther Chapter Na 4, Q. E. Regular meetings held at Maaonle Halt on Washington avenue, between Twenty-fiftand Twenty-sixt- h itreats tho first ehd third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cordially Invited to attend. ANNA LEMIS, W. M. LILY V. HAL8TED, Secretary. Queen B. h SANITARY WORK I tf of Ogdea Tent, Na 24, meet the second and fourth Friday evenings, at 8 o'clock sharp, la I. O. O. F. hall, PLUMBING of all kinds and BAN ITARY work. John Bmedlng, 420 24th Phones, Ind. KNIGHTS - PLUMBING BL 1. of h.. BUve; Hive, Na I, meets ovary Tuesday at 2:20 p. m at K. or C. Hall, Na 2471 Waahlngtog avenue. Visiting sisters C'jrdlally Invited. BES8IE SEBRIXO, L-L JENNIE PROUT, R. K, 2455 Van Burns Are Office, N. Chris- PIANOS M. G. Barnes, 1. third Wedneeday afternoons of each tuonih at 2:80 p. m. B17B1K SIMS, C. nf IL JEANETTE MILL, Flounder. L JENNIE PROUT, Heoorder. LADIES PAWNBROKERS. Iwn 1, D. OF H. mrete in K. of P. hall tha first and" blrycl repairing. Basement Wash. Art. Bell phone Ind. 109. B. Matos ft Bon. Unclu Barn's Na ogdrn Lodge Na KEY FITTING. 3fl, third Thursdays at tianson ft Co., Props. Loans on DiaLabor Hall, 163 24th monds, Matches, Jewelry, Sealskins, Visiting members 907. CEMENT CONTRACTOR D. H. ADAMS, ProcidenL FOR RENT Two unfurnished .rooms with bath and electric light Ind. Tel. 364 In T. F. B JN EFFECT JULY 1ft Ni.vfhy and Bicjcto Work. Light Machine Repairing, by Net A Drablew 254o Wash. Ave. BROTHERHOOD. No. TIME CARD tlLYCLt ktPAiKtK ROOMS AND BOARDk MALE. UNION DEPOT Business Directory J-- Catting Rid ef Hia Cards-Th- e other (toy one of the members, raw to London, waa introduced to a party of ladles In the- dining room of the bouse of commons. Aa he left he iravely presented each lady with bis card. A friend ventured to hint that this was carrying politeness too far for Loodon customs. Sure," was the reply, "It didn't matter. I had 200 of them printed. And Fvo changed my address anyway, so they're no use to w." Leeds Mercury. FOR 1907. . Whs Fra Diavele. Wee. Fra Dlavolo was the nickname given Michele Pern, a celebrated renegade monk and Italian brigand, who waa horn in 17Wi It should be noted that the opera of Auber has nothing In common with Fra Dlavolo but the nnma. Fwa waa first a stocking weaver, then a soldier In the Neapolitan army, then a soldier in the pope's service, and finally be became n monk, but was expelled. In the mountains of Calabria Pros took to brigandage, and such was Ms notoriety a ad so great were hie cruelties that the people 'nicknamed him Fra Dlavolo. It to consoling to know tbat ho was eventually executed to 1908. New York American. ' 3, RAILWAY, ONE-HAL- fight Saturday Evening Poet thing to overlook. Fhlladelplba AUGUST SATURDAY, IN THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS a ipacUl netting of the stockholders of First Church of Christ Scientists MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (SUCINESh HOUSES RUNof Ogden, Utah Territory, -- ill be NING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) SO. First held at Room 2 and NO AOVERTISkMENT LESS THAN 25 CENTS FOR FIRST INtlunal Bank Building, ua the 8th day of august, A. D. 1907, at the hour of CENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT SERTION; MONEY is salaried psoyo wlthost 4:00 p. m. of said day. tor .the purpose INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT PER WORD. security er endorsement; payments of voting upon the approval and OR 20 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. to suit, either weekly or monthly; os the acts of tha Directors basinets oonfidontlri. Cali and got OR 75 CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO and Trustees of said corporation in Go my term a R Ik Drake, 419-1real the sell te OF COPY. and CHANGE agreeing tolling bldg. eaid to corporation, A SIGNED CONproperty belonging OR 60 CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH ON for the sum at 82,25(1.00, and which TRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF COPY MONET TO LOAN, oi farms and said sale was authorised and directed EACH MONTH. city real estate. HUNTER A KENb s lesolution of the Directors and NEDY. fourth floor. First National TiM 'ua of said corporation, held at tf Building. C? c City, Utah, on tha 22nd day of : 1907. Raid real property to to- MONET TO LOAN J. J. BRUM MITT FOB KENT HELP WANTED. at the cornet of 21th street and Lincoln avenue, Ogden, Utah, and furnished"ROOMS. FEMALE. known aa the FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIflT SCIENTIST OF OGDEN." WANTED Good strong girl or woman FOR RENT Nice large front room. This the 23rd day of July. 1907. buy. 649 24th. to work la a boarding house. Apply ANNA Z1EMER, President at 124 22rd SL ISsrk WANTED Veal, pork and chickens FOR RENT-Ug- bt NOTICE. housekeeping rooms at the Chicago Market. leS !4th 81. at 159 26th. Uat Na 884. WANTED Good girl; small family 717-t- f UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, and good wages. 525 89th 8t. FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor I Salt Lake City. Utah, July 2, 1907. WANTED Girl for general housesleeping or light housekeeping, 154 To Whom It May Concern: . 37th. PROFESSIONAL Notloe Is hereby given that the g g iwk work at 774 25th Bt. SUte of Utah has filed in this office a lie: of lands, selected by the said GIRL tor general housework. Only FOR RENT Two furnUhed rooms for .OSTEOFATKY. light housekeeping, 2233 Wash. Ave. two in family. Apply 953 25th St. State, as indemnity school lands, unof fl the of GOKDON G. act 9 2 if der section Congress, 1YE3, Osteopath, gradu8 2 tf ate front Fsrant School, Kirkvll-e- , approved July 18, 1894, sa follows, vis: r Mo. 6 sec. r 18, t a, ( a, WANTED A Lota 1, 2, 8, 8, block, suite frC. girt for housework who FOR RENT Two furnished rooms Treatment by appointment. Hours. 8. L. M- - i Stats 884, U. L H.) can sleep home nights. 846 35th for light housekeeping. Bell phone 9 a. m. to t p. m. Bell plums far aa it reA copy of said Hat street. 1232Y. 8 3 iwk 1014 K. lad, 1013, lates to eald tracts, by descriptive aub-dlsinus, his been conspicuously WANTED A woman cook, 371 I2ad. FOR RENT Nicely furnicbed light FHYSICIANg AND BURGEONS. posted in this office for inspection by housekeeping rooms for young oon-plany person interested, and by the pub-ll- o 1 Apply 222 23: d. DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and generally WANTED A lady or gentleman cook Burgeon. Office hours, 10 and II a. Duriug the period of publication of a and Uneola room glrL FOR RENT rooms furnished dining Newly m., 13 to 4 p. m. I0 26th SL Office this notice, under departmental In.HoteL with bath. 381 22nd. phones, Bell 81(K; Ind. IK. resistructions of April 25, 1807, protests dence (48 Wash. Ind. phone 103. or contests against tha claim of tha WANTED Laundress, Ogden General FOR RENT Two furnished nicely 8tata to any of the tracts or subdivis81 tf rooms for light housekeeping, 27(6 Hospital. ATTORNEY-AT-LAions hereinbefore described, on tha Adams. ground that the same !i more valuable HELP WANTED A. HORN. for mineral than for agricultural purFOR RENT Large front room, with Attorney-ct-LaOffices over Badeon'a poses, will be received and noted for bath and phone. Also two single MALE- Drug Store. I seek the business of report to the General Land Office at rooms. Enquire 2423 Adams Are aU parties; am attorney against all Washington, D. C. Failure so to pro- WANTED Four Plentyjhade. goed quarry men; Preand monopolies. test or contest within the time a pacicorporations wages 93 to 4 per day; steady work, to transact any and all kinds fied will be considered sufficient evipared Boise stone Co.. Boise, Idaho. In- HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 117 Twenty-Sixt- h of total business. character of dence of the street. . quire Mitchell Bros., Wall Are. and the tracts and the selections thereof, 9 2 21t 4t 8L, Ogdon. IE. T. HULAN18KI, Attorney-at-Labeing otherwise free from objection, FOR RENT Five-roofurnished Rooms First National Bank will he recommended for approval. er furniture for sale. modern; house, WANTED , K. X. THOMPSON, Experienced brickyard building. General practice. Monroe. 3378 Bell man. 140LY, brick-yar'phone Apply at Christensen's Register. One-hal- f mile north of cat HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. Quay and Hia Letters. Tha late Senator SI. 8. Quay of Fenner Irani kept all the letters his constituents wrote to him asking for favor. Ho had stacks of them when bis last fight for the senate came along. Then he sorted out the letters, eliminating those from people who were dead, and on the beck of each letter wrote: . Dear John or Bin Do you remember when yon wrote ma this letter end do you remember that I did what was asked? I want yeur help now in my fight for tbo asnata. Can I have it? Tbo politicians la Pennsylvania aay those letters, mailed to the original aendera with Quay's request on tha barks of them, had as much aa any ona thing to do with Quay's winning bta 27th SL Ind. 867. TTAE. MONEY TO LOAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, "New, It Is like this," explained the masseur when the German had been Inveigled to toko a look into tbo bathhouse, "I will guarantee to take oil two pounde at each bath. Vatr exclaimed the kalser'i former anbject "Two pounds mit each bath! Art, dot means sou hunflret baths and den no man. Nein, I dink I take dem not!" Columbus Dispatch. DRESSMAKINQ-Fam- liy OGDEN, NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Columbia. S. C-- . Aug. Era Gary, of the auto la supreme the auit uurt. delivered aa opinion the. Allan. ie C. Geraty against rLst lino Railroad oompany. which more than ordinary Interest for ? U in direct opposition to handed down in the Federal SSVr Judge 3- - C. Pritchard in a Aisiil&r cam. n The defendant company mndc before Judge Gary iu set aside the of summons in this case on the Jound that the defendant la not a Corporation organiztd under the laws of South Carolina, aa alleged in the Definition EXAMINER: LEGAL. CONFLICT OF OPINION. gOfatli MORNING Mon-ro- e Avenue. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA. Yeomen, Ogden Homestead Na 1505, meete every first and third Friday night at 7:30 in K. C. haft Na 2479 M'Sith. Ave. Visiting archers cordially Invited to meet with 11. FRANK R. WTANT. Foreman, 8111 Lincoln. MAREt. TURNER, correspondent, 1214 Mofflt Ave. IV ANT ADS YIELD C1G RESULTS.