|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MOUSING LEGAL. INTERMOUNTAIN FAIR UTAH. JUNE 21, FRIDAY, LEGAL ASSOCIA- 1901. 7 FOR SALE, BEAL ESTATE. (Continued.) TION, OGDEN, UTAH. Examiner Classified Advertisements There ere delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment levied on the third day of May. 1907, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders as fallows: No. EXAMINER: OGDEN, THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. (BUSINESS HOUSES RUNNING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) NO ADVERTISEMENT LESS THAN 25 CENTS FOR FIRST INCENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT SERTION; INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT FER WORD. OR 20 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. OR 75 CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO IN Na ONE-HAL- FOK SALE Cheap, 6 room houM, city water and closets large lot On terns. Owner 190 Jackaon 629-lak- . Are. FOR SALE house, modem: near Van Buren and Installment plan. Inquire Utah Vinegar A Pickle Works. CON- COPY FEKNLUND. Physician and Surgeon. Office hours, it) and 12 a. m.. 12 to 4 p. m. 340 25th St. Office phones. Bell 51 5K; Ind. 515. Residence 646 Wash. Ind. phone 503. FOR SALE frame, 2121 Madimodern frame, son, 1.600; lot 100x150 ft. on Bench. 32.000; brick and barn, lot 60x162, 92.500: brick house sad lot 100x264 per month. Thla includes cement sidewalk. Same else lots on Adams Ave. 9309. Lota on 7tk St. 94x146 JiOu. J. H. Myers, 740 Washington Ave. Two lota. 46 feet each, on and near the corner of Madison and 22d street Inquire A D. Smith. 366 14th street FOR BALE 9&00. Aa elegant road district residence In rail- 91.60U. with bath, lot 10x132; also A good barn, wtthtn one-hal- KINDERGARTEN. KINDERGARTEN taught at 2144 Quincy Avenue. Terms 60 cents per week. Music and art extra. Call lad. Phone $35. m 1-- LACE CURTAINS. WANTED Lace curtains to Munder at 167 30ih SL Ind. Phuue 3696A and three-roohouse, located 40 rods from car lino, 91.360. room Two I double bouses, with city water la each apartment, located in railroad district. Lot about 76x165 ft. All for 92.700. Easy terms on a portion. -- CHAUNCAT SANITARY WORK. DONE of ail kinds. BeU phone 5091. Nel. McCarty, 2721 UrauL 8 1741 SCAVENGER WORK. ALL KINDS uf scavenger work. Prompt attention. John Van Ewe-de607 2nd SC PARRY, Cor. 2lrd and Wash. Phone 369-X- . 9 17 LOST n. Bell 747Y. TAILORR Clothes cleaned and pressed month, 167 25th St. Bell phone block of f street cat 91.900. Nine acres of good load with wator, 91 85SZ. PAWNBROKER. MONEY LOAN ED Lowest rale terest, business confidential mond Loan Office, 140 of In- Dia- 25lh a treat. mo HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMER IIAIR SWITCHES for sale at reduced prices. Hair chains a specialty. Masquerade costumes to rent for tf balls ud theaters. All mall orders promptly attended to Mr. C. E. let. 821 24th. P. O. Box 435. 7-- tf LOST Little black purse containing two keys, between Grant avenue and 8. P. shops on 22nd St. Return to Standard. FRATERNAL PYTHIAN SISTERR Meets every Saturday afternoon at LO8T Gold watch with fob attached. 2:30 In Pythian hall. Utah National Initials engraved on watch. 2220 Bank building. Sojourning slaters corLincoln. Largs reward. dially Invited to attend. MRS. EVELYN M. E. C. LOST Thoroughbred bloodhound. One MISS LOUISE GLASMANN, M. uf K. A C. RITTER, year old.. Tan, dark streak down . " , back. Fashion Rooming House. ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS 168 16th street. NOTICE FOR OF APPLICATION VOLUNTARY DISSOLUTION. LOST One light bay horse, weight 900 pounds. Return F. R. Watkins, 301 26th. In the Dlatrict Court of Weber County, Slate of Utah. In tsa matter of the Application of THE KINSEY COLLAPSIBLE BOX n for voluntary dissolution. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that THE KINSEY COLLAPSIBLE BOX A COMMISSION COMPANY, a Corporation organised and existing by virtue oC the Lawa of the State of Utah and the Board of Directors of said Corporation, did on tha 7th day of June, A. Dm 1907. present to the Hon. District Court of tha Second Judicial District in and for the County of Weber and State of Utah, petition for the voluntary dissolution of said corporation, The Kinsey Collapsible Box A Commission, and that said District Court on said day ordered said petition to bo filed with David Mattson, Clerk of said Court, and fixed the 13th day of July, 1907, at tan oclock In tho forenoon of said day aa the time, and the Court Room of said District Court in the County Court House at Ogden City, Weber County, State of Utah, as the place when and where said application will be heard. First Publication of said Notice 12th day of June, 1907, and the same will be' published dally for a period of at any time bethirty (30) days, and fore the expiration at the time of publication or before the date set for the hearing at said application, any person may fllo his objection to the application of said eorporatkm and its Board of Directors tor the dissolution thereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and afflxed my official seal this 11th day of June, A. LOST Ml tie black purse containing two keys, between Gram avenue and 8. P. shops on 22nd 8t. LOST lAdlre' goU wale and garnet pin, on the bench. Finder return to this office. Reward. LOST-- Aa ko- envelop containing Reward. Finder return dak films. l to Carnegie Library, DAVID MATTSON. Clerk of the District Court, Weber County, Utah. REPUBLICAN. PreaL Louisville, KVm June 20. The Republicans of Kentucky In state convention Mat night selected Augustus E. Wilson of Louisville, as their candidate for governor and adopted s platform without a dissenting vote. The contest between the adherents of Fairbanks and SecreIn committee was tary of War Taftwas but one report, warm, bnt there exnaming no candidate and merely pressing a preference for a candidate who would faithfully carry out President Roosevelt's policy. Augustus EL Wilson has been a resident of Louisville, for many years, prominent in politics and at the bar. He has held numerous political ofVice-Preside- fices. l-- Boston Bull Terrier dog, light LOST tan color. Marked with around neck. Return to 3444 white 15 tf LOST Purse containing money and return to J. G. Read stamp. Kindly A Bros., 340 34th St, and receive reward. ' 14 Xwks. On buckskin bene about 7 years old, weighing 1100 lbs. Finder return to D. K. Stuart, 3364 Wash. Are. Reward. L03T tf AGENTS WANTED. WE FAY AGENTS, ladles or gentlemen. from 60 oents to sa boar to Introduce and advertise our remCor-oba Med. edies, city or country. Co 3969 Washington Ave. 91-0- Wasatch Division No. 184, O. K. C.. meets second and fourth Fridays at 2:30 p. m. la K. of P. ball, coraar Washington venue and 14th at rest All brothers are cordially Invited to attend. GEO. AL1.KN, C. C! D. U DOYLE. B. and T. B. F. O. ELKR B. P. O. Elks Ogden Lodge No. 719, Lodge and club rooms, second flour, 1416 Washington .avenue Regular meeUnga every Tuesday evening. A. T. HE8TMARK, Exalted Ruler. J. H. KNAU8S. Secretary. ORDER OGDEN LODGE No. 1, 1. of H., meets in K. of P. hall the first and third Wednesday afteraeona of each month nt :S0 p. m. SUBIE SIMS, C. of II. JEANETTE MILL, Flounder. L JENNIE PROUT, Recorder. . LADIES OF WASHINGTON. OF THE MACCABEER. Adams-.Rewar- 9; to-wi- They Name no Choice for . dential Candidate. 24th St. THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buys ail kinds of Junk. Bell phone 626Z. Ind. phone SC93D. Green A Jscob-- , J 3146 Pacific. lyr. IF YOU have any kind of Junk, phon to Ogden Junk House; we will call for it. LcU phone, 325K; Ind. 725. 42x130; price FOR RALE A five-roohouse, city water, celirr and barn. Apply Smyth Bros. Cigar 8lorn. KENTUCKY 407 JUNK. in. Building lot. clean gist; sue Apply 459 D.. 1907, R. R. CO. W. X. PIERCE, Notary Public. Real Ext ate; Fire. Life and Accident in- FOR SALE a corpor-atlo- UNION PACIFIC de-ire- d. FOR SALE Lots facing on Washington Ave; 49 1 2x133 to an alley. Price 9460. 925 down, balance 910 A COMMISSION COMPANY, TIME CARD INSURANCE surance. FOR SALE -- Elegant house, large lot. some fruit. $3,200; part time if Enquire 2239 Monroe Ave. ft. .snap. 92.600. Three hundred cheap lots and farm lands, for sale. KEL14 tf LY A HERRICK. order of the board of directors made on the Srd day of May, 1907, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will he sold at the front door of tha Weber County Court House on the 29th day of June, 1907, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with cost of advertising and expenses of ths sale. WM. GLASMAKN, Secretary. No. 360 24th Blivet, Ogden, Utah. UNION DEPOT AND SURGEONR Seven-roo- F CHANGE OF COPY. OR 50 CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH ON A SIGNED TRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF EACH MONTH. PHYSICIANS DR. A 0 Hive, No. 1, meets every TuesNa 172, order of Silver nt 2:20 p. in., nt K. of day Hall, meets every Tueedsy Na 2473 Washington avenue. VisitI o'clock la A. O. U. W. ing sisters cordially Invited. halL Visiting comrades invited to BESSIE SEBRING. LG atteaJ. L JENNIE PROUT, K. K., WILLIAM DOYLE, President . 2456 Van Buren Ava WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. Ogden Union, a Washington, evening at MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA MASONIG Utah Camp Na 9990, Modern Woodmen of Am rice, meets every Tuesday night at Eagle Hall, 9 p. a. Visiting members invited. Esther Chapter No. 4. O- - E. Regular meetings held nt Mnsonle Hall on Washington avenue, between Twenty-fiftand Twenty-sixt- h ntreett the first nnd third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cordially invited to attend. ANNA LEWIS. W. M. LILY V. liALSTED, Secretary. M. A. GOUM), J, V. C. H. SHAFER, Clark. DEGREE OF POCAHONTAR 8. Queen h Lofotah Council, No. I. D. of P meets the first and third Wednesday WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. WANTED. afternoons at 1:10, Eagle HalL Duen ran be paid to Suale Aldan, C. of W Weber Camp No. 74. meets In K. MIBCELLANEOUA 112 26th SL Visiting members In- of p. ball la the Utah National Bank vited. building every Thursday evening at I MARTHA A. MORRIS. Pocahontas. oclock. WANTED Chickens. Husseli-Jama- s Visiting Woodman cordially Co 191 34th sL AUCE COLLINS. K. of R. Invited to attend. T. C. MORRIS, C. C. KNIGHTS OF COLUMSUR E. AUTU, Clerk, First National PROFESSIONAL Bank Building. evMeets 777. Council Na Ogden K. C. of at ery Wednesday evening . ATTORNEY-AT-LAWKNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ball. No. 2171 Wash. Ava. nt o'clock. members wsknac. Visiting A Q. HORN. Ogden Lodge Na 2, Knights of J. H. DeVINE, 0. K. Pythias, meets at Castle. Hall, Utah W. J. MORGAN, Fin. Secy. Offices over Badcen's Attorney-at-LaNational Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. of P.n requested Drag Store. I seek the business of ROYAL ARCANUM. all parties; am attorney against all to meet with us. W. J. UNDERWOOD. C. C. Precorporations nnd monopolies, sound, reliable. Fraternal Teeted, B. R. GEIGER, M. of E. pared to transact any and all kinds Beneficiary Order, insures men at of legal business. L K. MEAD, K. of & and 8. reasonable rates fee one, two, or three emerAccumulated thousand dollars. E. T. HULAN18KI, Attorney-at-Law- , WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. fund nearly three Bullon dolRooms First National Bank gency lars. Investigate. Rocky Mountain General practice. building. 8 ego Lllv Circle, Na 104, meets ev. Council, No. 627, meets second nnd fourth Fridays nt A. O. IT. W. halL cry second and fourth Friday night PIANOS. F. W. Stone, Regent; J. W, Wother-npoo- at 7:30 la K. uf P. hall. Vialtlng eigbbora aordlally Invited. Collector; G. B. Roberts, Seey. 1C. O. Barnes, ths music DAISY CABHMOREL G. N., 137 dealer, Opera House block. ODD FELLOWS. Tracy Avenue. KATE HETMAN, Clerk, 383 OSTEOPATHY. . 23rd Street. , Ogden Lodgn No. 9, Independent Orof Odd Fellows. Meets in I. O. der GORDON O. IVES, Osteopath, graduWomen of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle O. F, ball every Tuesday evening. ate from Parent School, Klrkvllle, Visiting brothers cordially Invited 511. meets every Tuesday night at to r Mo. block, suite 66. be present 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. halL Visiting Treatment by appointment Hours, J. W. BAILEY, Noble Grand. Neighbors Invited. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Bell phone Dues can be paid at the office of Ed HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. 101 Ind 1011 Autb, the afternoon of the 38th of each QUEEN CITY, REBBKAH LODGE. month. First National Bank Bldg. HOUSE FURNISHINGS. MR8. AUCE COLLINS, G. N 2983 No. 4, I. O. O. F. hall Meets second nnd fourth Friday evenings at Pingree Ave. THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING MARIE C RITES. Clerk, 2731 MonOdd Fellows Hall, Twenty-fourtCo.. No. 3300 and 2203 Wash. Ave. roe Avenue. street Visiting members Invited. second bud goods bought sod sold. IDA BAKER, Noble Grand. Both phonea 1144. KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES, GERTRUDE KOOX8. Secretary. 407-40- 9 - 1-- 3 Lewls-Stayne- WATER. SAN FRANCISCO ring Water Company Objects te New Rates. , San Francisco, June 19. City Burke has prepared bis answer the suit brought by tho 8pring Val--' Water company to restrain the city m putting into operation the ths fixing water rates for con The company fiscal year. mlng ids that the proposed ordinance if t into effect would oo reduce Ite some that It would not be able tor Attor-y even fixed charges. City Bufke declares that San Francisco any paving more for water than he declare y In the United States, to show that, i citestherestatistics are less In the wells here w than four years, the companies h in excess of that tome Is 19D2. " By the Item permitting a e of thirteen cents on each barrel of se or cement need In construction revenue in this rk, the company'sraised to 1500,000 ipret baa been At--n- e Unissued Stock. The certificate have not yet been issued to the following parties who ere entitled to the number of shares Mated: Na nne-sixt- r year. ANT ANT ANT ANT ADS ADS ADS ADS ' YIELD YIELD BRING BRING BIO BIO BIO BIG RESULTS. RESULTS. RESULTS. RESULTS. 4-- h AND BUILDERS. CONTRACTORS FRATERNAL ORDER OF FRED. E. LUND, General Contractor in brick sad stone; 673, 2st SL Bell ' phone 4 (l x. FOK KENT HOUSER - FOR RENT bouse, large lot, some fruit; also chicken yard. No children. 3234 Pacific. Four-roome- - d UNFURNISHED HOUSER house. RENT FOR Urge lot. some fruit; also chicken .'ard. .No children. .2224 Pacific. FBtir-ronme- d 6 19-l- f WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. EAGLES. Fraternal Order ol Eagles, Ogden Aerie. No. Ill, F. O. E- - meets every Wednesday evening In Eagle hall, east of Reed hotel, at 9:90. Visiting Brother Eagles are Invited to attend the Aerie meetings. T. C. MORRIS, W. President D. T. TRACT, Secretary. DR. II. B. FORBES, Aerie Physician. FRATERNAL Ogden Lidge meets first and 8 p. m., In Union street. Visiting Invited. BROTHERHOOD. Ogden Tent, Na 24. meets the second and fourth Friday evenings, nt I o'clock sharp. In I. O. O. F. halL Visiting Knights cordially Invited to attend. J. W. HALSEY. Commander. F. F. BOND. Reward Keeper. BROTHERHOOD Yeomen, Ogden Homestead No. 1505, meets every first and third Friday night nt 7:30 in K. C. hall. Na 2479 Wash. Ave. Visiting archers cordially Invited to meet with us. FRANK IL WANT, Foreman, 2118 No. 3V1. T. F. B., third Thursdays at Lfbor Hall, 363 24th members cordially Lincoln. : MABEL President. IDA BECKER. Secretary, B. G. KMJTH, Treasurer. D. II. ADAMS. OF AMERICA. 221 1 TURNER, correspondent, Moffll Ave. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.