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m TIIE MOUSING J. J. BRUM MITT OBITUARY Real Estate Bargain Counter. REV. JOHNSON DEAD. few of ray many 1 herewith submit a uv1Vdan W(a:n la real that I would not haw H understood a complete Hat. but merely! f.w" if vou da not find anything la or call nee the Hat nieaM'call and aie I vri five nyorwth. phone,toand InepecL Ow vim other propertioe the outr ucb string always hangs on call and Yon are weloome to Ida. 1 ms me and vre will talk It over. wiU lie pleased to show you property, you gee yon a home and quit pay-In- f bk rant and beoome your own land OGDEN, EXAMINER, PTAIL APKIL TUESDAY, 9, 1907. i CARL E. PETERSON ' & CO Chrmleston. 8. CV. April Her. John Johnson, P. D., LI. D., actor emeritus of St. Fhllllps church, major of engineers In charge of Ft. Sumter during the siege in the sixties, the author of The Defense f Fort sampler," and other historical works, died last night, aged 66. GROCERY COL. TRACY. a MEAT Columbus, Ohio, April 6. Colonel Francis EL Tracy, V. 8. A retired officer of the United States army, died today. He served in the civil and Spanish-America- n wars and tor twenty-seven years wa a with the Tenth infantry and Seventeenth Infantry. Sevan Dollars buys e good building One son is a captain In the Philippines within and a daughter is tha wife of Captain lot, 25x111 feet, well located, one and a half miles of the oenter of Cuc.h an, rationed at Governors Islevel nightly the city. This la a nice land, New York. ug needs but to be seen to be A. H. WEIR. Twelve Dollars buys a nice lot wen Seven e little better thaa the LJnooln, Neb., April 8. A. H. Weir, Dollar lot. the head of large lumber flnu and Dollars still buys one twice mayor of Twenty-Fiv- e Lincoln, died here of our leaders. These Iota are 25x131 this afternoun of heart failure. He feet to alley; they are of the very best waa stricken upon the street and oil, lie nice and sightly; there are while being taken home In a even buildings going UP in this local-1s-t. friends automobile. we seU these loto at Ons Dollar down and one dollar par week untU NICARAGUANS CAPTURE TOWN. said tor; yon may take one lot or ns a had have We desire. as you many we (Continued From Page One.) phenomenal sale of these lota, but e till continue to sell them for Twenty-Fivconcentrate at Ceiba they win not inDollars per lot 1 Lave Five Hundred and Twenty-Eigh- t terfere with Uw abiding people and feet frontage by 140 feet deep, there need be no alarm whatever." Commander Fulls m also declared close In near car Una, close to schools, toil. that 'Bombardment of coast towns good neighborhood, rich alluvial a by city water mains, nice and cannot be permitted during the frelorsl, all in good shape. Only Five quent wars and revolutions In Central Dollars per front foot, make your own American states." This statement is made in a letter written by Commandterm. Dollars per acre buys er Fullam to Gen. Juan J. Estrada, in geventy-Flva nice ten acre tract of land near the- charge of the Nicaraguan expedition. lmit must be perfectly plain," Bays sugar factory, artesian wells, soma provementa. If yon need n farm or a the letter, that foreign interests could can not possibly be secure If bombardhome near the city where you raise truck, sugar basts or fruit, see ments are permitted. On the contrary, this lands such Internets would be subjected to A new frame house well located on the danger of complete destruction in ina principal street nice lot, a good every case. If bombardments of coast a modest towns vestment, or will make ans to be resorted to during the home, only 400; terms. wars and revolutions in Cenfrequent Nine Hundred Dollars buys tour lots tral American states, the mercantile with a three room frame house, well Interests of all foreigners will be ablocated in the railroad district in good solutely Insecure in tha future. From neighborhood. This la a groat ban this it is plainly evident mat assurgala tor one who wants a house in this ances regarding tha safety of Amerilocality. can and foreign interests will be or no Good four room house, with bars, rants for value whatever unless bombardments close in on Adame Ava.; Foartean Dollars par month. A good of these unfortified wooden towns are tor s homo or an investment only forbidden. MARKET WWAWWWVWWVWWAWWWVWW I I If yes wand to eat down living expanses sail and sea us sad be cea rinsed i.a d Cor. 24th and Grant Phones 289 Bell; 61S Independent. Garden and Flower SsS . o Our splendid stock aids you to select Just what you want Come and see us. Stock remedies will bs n specialty with us. POULTRY SUPPLIES. T. B. Heller iSon .buy HAY AND GRAIN. 11.200. No Official Information. room house well Waahlngton, April 8. While offon bench, near car Una, city icial information of the capture of 1,300. BmaU payment down, water, J Puerto Cortex, Honduras, by Nicarabalance same as paying rant Twelve room house near the guan troop had not rescued the deBoutheta Pacific ahopa, all In good partment, a cablegram waa received shape, will pay 10 per eent net on in- today from Frederick M. Ryder, consul at Pan Juan Del Node, Nicaragua, vestment. Good six room brick house with city saying that advices had been received there that troupe were advancing water, large collar, trees, out buildings, near car Una on bench. Only along the Honduran const, rrom Brand new five Tru-Joil- f 2310 Washington Avenue, 4 W. A. E. Malan. o. terms to salt The cablegram failed to aay Good six room frame house, with whether the troops were marching six lots, sear public school, dose to car toward Puerto Cortes, but tt la underUse; 01.(00-stood that tho dispatch had reference new six room modem brick house, to tha Nicaraguan army and that it with fall Ukaement, close in on Adama waa advancing from Trujillo, which Avenue, f!,500. was already la tho hands of th Nica$: per front Coot bays n lot Boar to Puerto Cortes. This makee raguans, tii Government Building, 165 feet It probable that the capture bf Puerto dsep, some improvements. Cortes waa by tha Nicaraguan army, Great sup in business property on as American gunboats, off 25th Street, this property mast be sold especially coast of Honduras, would likely at. ones, will pay 10 per cant net on the of tne town by the iarastment A rare opportunity prevent a bombardment to oaks as investment which will tha Nicaraguan navy. Ambassador Creel and Minister Coyield so large n permanent income. rea of Nicaragua bad a brief eonTerFour Dollars per front foot buys a choice building lot on 24th Street, this ence today with Assistant Secretary conis aurrounded by good residence! and Bacon at the state department, la In a choice part of tho residence cerning the Central American situation. put of the city. An elegant lot In Nob Hill, 60x135 AGREEMENT 8IGNED. feet to alley, very cheap at Forty Dollars. .be shore are only a few of the Chicago, April 8. The agreement railroads west of bargains I have to offer, if you do not between thirty-on- e find what you desire in this list call Chicago and as Brotherhood of Firesod see me and 1 will show a long list men end Engineers was signed today. of other properties. The pay of firemen on all clauses of engines la to be lnoroased 28 cents Both Phonss 771. 2374 WASHINGTON per day of tea boors or leas, 100 miles AVENUE. or less over the rate of pay In effect on January 1, 1907. No change is made In computing time, and the advance is not to apply to men working on a basis of 12 1 miles per hour. The rate of firemen .in first-claOranges yards is to be $2.28 per day of ten hours, overtime pm rats. In ell other yard the rate is to be $2.18. The minimum rate for firemen in the passenger service on engined having cylinders under 18 inches In diameter is to be 12.25 per day of 100 mllee or lees, and (2.60 on engines having 18 inch cylinders or over. An Increase of 16 cents per day of 100 miles or leas is given to fireman on engines carryt ing a rate of $2.60 of more. In addition to the increase of pay Uw firemen are to be relieved of all Fine Bed work In the cleaning of engines. The increase granted to the firemen Is estimated to be about inn me some ratio M that recently granted to the conductors and trainmen. Beth Phenes. Mala. 31AM; WE CAN MOVE ANYTHIN. MALAN TRANSFER COMPANY Drays and Baggage Wagons Van OUR SPECIALTIES Plop PevnL toiW Safe Moving and Storage, OFFICE 40B ss Bananas Dates Figs Apples , groceries The Best on the Market AUTOBOAT A. OLSEN 2259 Washington Ave. Monaco, April 8. The resumption of the annual sutobont regatta today produced a further worlds record made by the cruiser which covered 50 kilo, meters in one hour, 38 minutes and 84 seconds in spite of heavy seas. PHONES Sell, 12 incandes- Will tram into the public mind. O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O WANTED A good hastier In every town to sell our perfect water filters, retailing from fl.50 to $8.00; loo par cent profit to agents; exolaslve territory. Senes Filter Go, Seneca, MEN AND WOMEN are making $10 to $35 a day selling our embroidery goods; no capital or experience required. Why not you? Write for samples end exoluslvo agency. U. S. Embroidery Works, Omaha, Nab, WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS. CARL C. RABMUSBEN writes firs insurance. First NatL Bank Bldg. Room 42. WANTED at Pork, Russell-Jtms- vea, and chickens Co, s WANTED Washington, April 8. Nine men are missing from the nary coal barge No. 1, which after being lost at sea for acme days in heavy weather off the Flori-da coast, has finally been tow- The ed Into Jacksonville. picked up Saturday barge afternoon by the Norwegian steamer Nordkyn, 18 miles off Cape Cansarel, on the Florida coast. The missing men comprised the entire crew of the barge. Their names follow: Willis m Martin. Emil Northern Henry Hialer. Ferdinand HalL Thomas Flynn. Henry August Doehne. Edward Abes. Isidore Nordstrom. Andrew J. Franey. lltk 111 SL ru - O O O O O o O O Q o o O o o o O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SALE Horse Inquire of J. Toponce, H arris vllle, p, o. Box No. 171. FOR ma SALE-$47- .00 phone C58. second-han- Cheap. 667 K. FOR SALE Leghorn Thoroughbred stoves. C. Eggs, 75c setting. Twentieth street Bell phono Bra. 661 C60-J- L FOR BALE Second band National rash register. Great Bargain, P, O. box $12, Salt Lake City, Utah. 3-- 1 FOR SALE furniture, Horae and buggy, 641 21th SL 2-- tf ibs STREET CAR MEN, RAILWAY, and all CLERKS, BOOKKEEPER others employe find our ofllce reliable for sums of $16 to $109. Die counts if paid before duo. Payments suspended In sickness. No charge for applications. Tha City Lota Co Suits 3, First Natl. Bask Bldg. edste bag fig atofimfim gaSKM sm WtoMaM, IN SIX COUNTIIiSe. Fsm dharlrfri OWMarSm U tftrm rt prtrmt, Mist MApri mu. Vim m mm sad . I S4w, 1 ftssfiss EsahaMy. WSSMIMSTOM. , n. people without security or endorsement; pay meats to suit, either weakly or monthly; business confidential. Call and get Bomy terms D. Ik Drake, 419-11 des bldg. MONEY TO LOAN, ea farms sad city real estate. HUNTER A KENNEDY, Room $, First National Bask Pulld-ia- O. MONEY TO LOAN fifty-fiv- e republic as soon as possible. He said he probably would recommend to President Roosevelt, the holding of presidential elections In Deoember and that the Cubans take possession one hundred days later as prescribed in the constitution. The committee urged that the plana to Increase the rural guards be not carried out, and Secretary Taft proposed to confer at length with Genera Barry on this subject The liberals left tbe conference tonight expressing satisfaction with the baby carriage for Washington, lad MONEY TO LOAN. OAT (Continued From Page One.) 2726 136.66. , MONEY. extra early and does not shell out on outcome. Secretary Taft paid a seo catting: stands up well and WILL ond compliment to Governor Mngoon. O PAY YOU DOUBLE TO EVERY He said he had bean fivem complete O ACHE YOU GROW. For sate at power, of which he bad nude moderate o GROUTS SEED AND GRAIN STOR use, that he still bad complete power, O and that the administration would 352 24th St, Ogdon, O support nil his acta O O TAFT BUSY WITH THE CUBAN TRIAL OP RUEP. O O rOR MONEY to salaried Ae SEED OATS 41 tf FOR 8ALE Good WE FAY agent ladles or gentleman, from 50 cants to $1.00 an hour to Introduce and advertise our ramp dies, city or country. Caroba Med. Co, 235$ Washington ave. RAILWAY CO. S. WELL General Mg W. WAD Agent h-- p ' UTAH LIGHT AND JO FOR SALE. Model Fruit Farm for City Properly. Boarding House, near shops, 4 stories Blacksmith shop, 16 Boiler Farms 1. T. Alvord by P. O. Phone 58 and 838 Me. To borrow mossy on improved real estate. Address A, Standard Office. It will yield from one hundred and twenty to one hundred and fifty bushels to the sera and will weigh shout pounds to the bushsL It Is O O AGENTS WANTED. WE SUPPLY THE CURRENT. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o NINE MEN MISSING. O o o o O BIG RESULT Your name with cent signed GET THE WHITE NORWEGIAN O O yield bio rebult night April 8. The summer weather of tho peat few weeks gave place today to a touch of winter. The temperature dropped to 39 degrees and snow fell for a abort time. O ADS YIELD Write your name with elec trie light Against the blackneM of the Six-hol- e 26th St. MalaJe-Vois-Plque- Bt. Louie, O -- Electric Display Helps Business WINTER IN ST, LOUIS. O T Streak REGATTA. 17-to-ot Prompt Delivery h In, IM. J. J. BRUMMITT Lemons Twenty-fift- L08T Either takes by mistake or FOR BALE Furnltura for 10 rooms; stolen, a Rambler Bicycle, from the good. Apply 3335 Llaoola. m hall of the Colon isl rooming bouse. Black frame, rod head, left handle FOR BALE Two fine Jersey cows, two to five years eld; osa good eeeoaJ-han- d tip Slacked, No. 25,103, 1905 modal. surrey sad runabout, one gaol Notify Standard office. beehive, one pantry cabinet, ona LOST Between 23rd 8L and Utaknu laws mower, one washing machine, ess wheelbarrow. Inquire 644 21th Drug .'store, os Wash. Are, an engraved gold watch Inscribed with street or lad. phone 302. initials from F. to IX T. Hetura to 228 83rd. FOR BALE! range, cheap. 408 San Francisco, April I. The trial of Abraham Ruef for extortion was thla morning continued by Judge Dunne until tomorrow on account of the Illness of Henry Ach, one of Ruef's counsel. The defense applied to the court for an order requiring that M. II. De JToung, ns proprietor if the Sss claoo Chronicle, and John P. Young, the editor of that- - newspaper, appear In court, to ebow canoe vrfiy they thonld not be punished for publishing an editorial reflecting upon the conduct of Ruefs counsel during tbe trial The order wae refuse Fii J. J. BRUMMITT LEGAL NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO. 1. AND MINING) COUNTY Principal place Milling Company. of business, Ogden, Utah. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors held os Friassessday, 23d of March, 1907. as ment of one mill per share was levied os the capital stock of tbe corporation. payable Immediately to A. 0. Maw, sesretary, Ogden, Utah. Any stock upon which this assessment may remain unpaid on Tuesday, April 30. 1907, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be soM os Tuesday, the 21st day May. 1997, at 12 oclock neon, to WEBER pay tbe delinquent swronnl, to yether with the coats of advertising and expense of sale. A. Ogden, Utah. 0. MAW, Secretary.