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t 1 JlUiAUUi 1111 other year, i BROS CAMPBELL SHOWS introducing the Salary Ever paid Any Attraction. The Most Unparalleled Sensation O'CLOCK. EVERY MORNING AT NO New, Free Gorgeous, Street Parade EXHIBITWO GRAND, COMPLETE AND TIONS DAILY, AFTERNOON NIGHT. Dears Open at Ona and Sevan Commence g, performances Later. pt Hour Ona Tuesday, July 16 i iMhi ftfaMstnu Mit, jta. 3tIow IN ALL COUNTRIES. lArarfvfci SinNi yam .. lima, Wril mmmm K !(. mmtfmmdtftta fctait wd Mitapmat mm NuSn bctohsly. LEGAL PROPOSALS. SEALED Will be received by the Board of Tnuteea at tha State Industrial School for material and supplies, consisting la part of 14,109 square feet of lumber, various grades and else 11,000 singles, 1,000 cedar laths, 450 feet of base and quarter round moulding, Legs nails, 26 iron lintels far windows, 2 Iron lintele for doora, 142 set cornice, though!, etc., 20 aquaraa tin, 44 panaa glass, K.000 bricks, 860 bn. lime, 6 bn. plaster hair, 2 eight-incI beams 50 feet I beams 26 feet 6 long, 2 seven-inc-h Inches long, 4 four-inc- h I beams 11 h foat 2 inches long, 4 steel posts 11 feet long, 2,400 half inch square ateel bars, angla-platerods, etc., 175 bbls. cement, II stone ellli I feet 6 Inches long, 2 stone ellle 4 feet I Inches long, 456 foot galvanised cant Iron pipe, 800 feet galvanised pipe, 456 feet east Iron pipe, 800 feet cast ima pipe, 4 three-inch valves, 4 valves, 1 four-incvalve, all valves to stand 100 lb pressure; teds, couplings, reducers, ' stc.; Installing 6 water cloaets, 8 nrln--N troughs, 8 aeta of 8 bowl lavato-- . da and other plumbing work; 800 tona of alack coal, 60 tons of nut ml; 18 reams of paper of various Uadi and sizes, complete eerles of Culon text 8 to 86 point with spaces ud quads; ink Job rollers end other Printing maternal and equipment; 86 hospital cote, 40 recitation benchas. For further particulars and copies ef articles to be bU npon. Inquire t the Superintendents office. Industrial School. Bids must be sealed end marked, "Bids for. Material end Supplies," and addressed to tha "State Industrial lekooL They must be received on er before Saturday, July 20th, as they 111 be opened at 12 o'clock noon on down-spoutin- h live-inc- a, six-inc- h h . that date. , Samples should be submitted when putlcabl board reserves the right to any and all bids not advents-Bon- n to the state, or to accept any Mrt of any bid. Bp order of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES. By H. H. Thom's Superintendent. Ogden, July 10th, 1907. n re-fc- -- NOTICE. List Na 284. SSjtLrte Whom T July 2, It May Concern: is hereby given that the f Utah has filed la this office T? itot of lands, selected by the said te, as Indemnity school lands, un-- y motion 6 of the act of Congress, Wwed July 16, 1894, aq follows, vis: T1 4, sec. 18, t 6 n, r 4 a., l.L (State 284, U. L R.) A copy of said list, io far as it eald tracts, by descriptive wDwislone, has been conspicuously d in this office for Inspection by person Interested, and by the pub-Notice i. te-rr- V generally Period of publication of under departmental of April 25, 1907, protesta contests against the claim of (he to any of the tracts or aubdlvia-"hereinbefore deecrlbed, on the gwna that the asms la more valuable .. ttlawal (ban for agricultural pur-1e received and noted for 52 to the General Land Office at hlngton, D. C. Failure so to pro-9Mn the time apeci-rI- ll SConte,t be considered sufficient v e character of uhl?cto an toe selections thereof, otherwise free from objection, 1,1 recommended for approval. E. X. THOMPSON. Register. ln-yj- ?! evl-ST- , ...a Yeas Superstition Wrtlt1ons as to toads having been retested, It bas been exceed-difficult to g.-- t rid of them. One 2""tot of this ancient crednllty. etlll It la In regard to the abeolute wkhable character of the toad. weU vteiLJI totod Americana ueve that a toad . hops ont alive . slab of atone though he has . toprlsoned there for several mll-W- e give In brief Dr. Pvrlmcnta with toads la lh took twelve trade and bad t NaforJl pnt ln cell cut In nd over these he put platan W were buried In a gir-L rw- - Whe exhumed " apL Then rome were Ft u Porona sandatone, and at the j- hr ,rnr Causti ' Recently a wearied looking little mother, carrying e smell baby, boarded n street ear and took a seat next' to two men who were earnestly engaged la conversation. Neither of the men waa very handsome, and it must have required considerable nerve on their part to hand ont their photographs among their friends unless the pictures had been previously retouched with sandpaper. In a few minutes the baby began to cry with a reliable yelp that could be beard above-thdin of tbe street babble for balf a block, and, with a grouchy glance at the young- iter, one of the men arone and peevishly remarked to his pal: X think we had better alt ever her Jim." This ungallant act ' plainly embarrassed tbe little mother, but she was " equal to the occasion. "It wont do e bit of good to change yoor seats, gentlemen,! said she la n finely sarcastic voice. "The baby can see yon quite as plainly over to ere as be could here." ' 1 WhUurlcilJju. SALE Elegant bouse, large lot. some fruit, $3,200; part time it desired. 2239 Monroe Ave. Bell phone 1694. FOR SALE Nice building lot. close in. near car line, only 5 per front foot Terms to aulL J. J. Brum-mil-t. 7 FOR RENT Two furnished for housekeeping; no children, me at out rates. rooms, Plane tuning, 98.00 per year. 864 26th. doge. Store, Plane Manufacturers 371 23rd 8L Bell, 218. tad., 1160. mo FOUR nicely furnished housekeeping F. X. Allen, Mgr. room close to either r 11 road shops. 1781 Gibson Ave. Bell phone WANTED. HELP, One-Pric- e 1184-y- FEMALE. ; FOR RENT Three furalehed rooms for light housekeeping. 2337 Adame. Ind. Phone 1159. WANTED Good second girl. Easy work, god wages. Apply 47T 25th St FOR RENT Furnished 2236 Gram. WANTED 4a experienced girl er man tor housework. , Good wages. Call at SIS 24th 81 wo- FOR RENT of 12,00? Teet, ind tu 1 710-t- f ALSO FOR HOUSEKEEPING Annex, 2439 Weak. FOR RENT for 884 Two ' FOR RENT Psery lmo 7-- 8 furnished choldren. room housekeeping; 26th. no the hous H. Ham 154 FOR RENT 28th 8L FOR RENT Newly lsratsheJ rooms with bath, alas light housekeeping 81941 81 Uad. Non. FOR BENT. ROOMS AND SOARDt ROOM-4- 29U street 49 FOR RENT. RENT Two room modem brick boose end furniture; dose in. Term good bay 13500 ! tf Keller A Headrick. FOR 711-6- J. H. Uyer 749 Washington Av 9200. FOR SALE Building lot close I Apply 451 21st; sloe 41x130; price residence In railroad district, 81J01L A with hath, lot 80x188; also goed bam. within onqbalt block of street ear, 81,900. Nina acre of good land with water, and three-roobouse, located 40 rods from car Uue 11350, Two double house with city water ln each apartment, located la railroad district. Lot about 71x161 fL All tor 82,700. Easy terms on a portion. CHAUNC1T PARRT, Cor. 23rd and Wish. Phone S59X IT Gray etna Jacket. turn to 8182 Wash, Av LOST FOR RENX Pouf ' Worn one furalehed nnd one unfurnished Sat Apply nt 2634 Great ro? RENT Furnished, to partleo without children, double house, 25th and Jefferson. Apply Rooms 4 and 5, First National Bank Building. Nel McCarty, Bell phono 509Z. 2726 Grant THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING Co, No. 2300 end 2802 Week. Ave. second hand goods bought and sold. Both phones 1144. FRATERNAL ROYAL NEIGHBORS A good riding pony. 2851 Jefferson avenue. FURNITURE AND HOUSE for 169 W. 28th St, Excelsior Camp No. 249, meets every second and fourth Thursday of each month at 'tha Eagles llaU Visiting ladies cordially invited. MRS. MART HEFFNER, Oracle, 2941 Washington Avenu JOS1A RHEA, Reoorder, 258 XSnd Pt PYTHIAN Household furniture end et SISTERS. Meets every Saturday afternoon at In Pythian bail, Utah National Bank building. Sojourning alstera cordially Invited to attend. MRS. EVELYN OUtSMANN, M. E. G. MISS LOUISE RITTER, M. of R. A C. Wassteh Division N 134, O. R- - C. meets second and fourth Fridays at 2:80 p. m. In K. of P. hell, corner Washington avenue and 24th street All brothers are cordially Invited to attend. B. P. O. ELKS. ORDER STRAYED OR STOLEN Black-browbone; weight 800; white saddle mark; branded C" on hlpa; ecar on left shoulder. fice. Reward. Notify Stendard of- 172, order of Unkra, N Washington, meets every Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock In A. O. U. W. hall. VlsIUng comrades Invited to Ogden WILLIAM DOYLE, Ip. M. A. COULD, V. C. . WANTED. J. II. SHAFER. Clerk. TO BUY. pool table MONEY TO LOAN Leeotab Council N t. Ik of P, too first and third Wednesday afternoons at 2:80, Eagle Hall. Dost can b paid to Suite Aldan, C. of W, 113 86th SL Visiting momhars Invited. MARTHA A. MORRIS, PecahoaUs. AUCE COLLINS. K. of R. mts STREET CAR MEN. BOOKKEEPERS, and all others employed, find our office reKNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Disliable for sums of 810 to 110 counts If paid before doe. PayOgdon Council No. 777. Masts evNe ments suspended In alcknea ery Wednesday evening at K. of C. The tor application City ebarge Ave, at A o'clock. Loan Agency, Suite 417, 411, First hall N 3478 Wash.wotoom Visiting members National Bank Bldg. J. H. DeVWE. O. K. W. J. MORGAN. FI Becy. to salaried MONET peoppi without security or endorsement; payments ROYAL ARCANUM. to suit, either weekly or monthly; business confldentlrA Call and gel Fraternal Tested, sound, rallshl It, D. Drak 410-1- 1 Bomy tona Beneficiary Ordsr. Inanrae men at des bldg. reasonable rates tor one, (we, or three thousand dollars, Aecumulntod emerMONET TO LOAN, on forma anl three m,Uoa dol- gency fund nearly KEXA HUNTER estate. real city lar Investigate. Rocky Mountain National floor. First fourth NEDT, Council, No. '617, meets second sad ' tf Bonding. fourth Fridays at A. O. U. W. bali F. W. Btnn Regent; J. W. Wothe 1. LOAN BRUMMITT 3. TO MONET spoon. Collector; (1. B. Robert Bee '7. RAILWAY, CLERKS, In the glen collection at the Museum of Art In Dresden, Germany, then Is n large drinking cup which stands apart from all other art objects tinder a Andrew Jack sens Education. During each .winter for two or three Jean after he had reached the age of seven Andrew Jackson was sent to toe old field school of a Mr Branch. After tola he attended tlie select school which a- Presbyterian preacher, toe Rev. Dr. David Humphrey taught in the Wax-hasettlement lie appears to have been going to this higher school in toe spring of 1780; when the Inroad of Tar-letcreated n panic In that portion of the Carolina At some later period of hla youth he Is said to have attended toe old Queen college or seminary at Charlotte e couple of term bnt toe time la not definitely known. Aa to education, therefore. It may be safely stated that Andrew Jackson enjoyed mnch more than the ordinary advantage of a backwoods boys of bis time. At the age of ten he bad bepome o good e reader tost be waa often chosen to read toe newspaper to tbe amembled neighbor end be remembered with pride In after yean that he had tona had toe honor of reeding ont load" tbe Declaration of Independence For' upon Its arrival In the Waxhaw lad of ten tola was. Indeed, something to remember with honest pride. Thomas EL Watson bWstaon's Jeffersonian Magazine. A Big Calculation In Weter. Tbe ocean, sea and lake surface of our planet In estimated at something Ifk" llAOnO-notaucri-- miles, with. Illustrious Shssmaker Shoemaking la a calling which baa OT,sfl OGDEN TO PHILADELPHIA given the world some very grant men. and return, via Union Pacific, July E. T. Hl'LANISKl AUoraer-at-LaOne authority asserts that the major10th, 18th. Good to return nutll Aug. First National Bank Rooms ity of cobblers have exceptional brain ) 15th. Stopovers allowed. C. MORRIS, W. President over when their attitude building. General practice. that stooping D. T. TRACT, Secretary. their work tends to a cranial develop, DR. H. B. FORBES, Aerie Physician. AND BUILDERS. BUSINESS CHANCES CONTRACTORS ment In the part where toe Intellectual faculties ere seated. Some one bee TIMBER CLAIMS or Homestead On FRED E. LUND. General Contractor FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. written a book on illustrious shoemaIn brick end atone; (71 2nd SL Bell 23, 1907, (here will be thrown July s ker. In It are Sir Ooudesley Shovel, Ogden Inlge No. 3fl. T. F. B open for settlement for homeseek-erphone 1060-Y- , Gifford the Terrible. Bloomfield, author meets first and thirl Thursdays at 19,000 acres of f..od timber and m. In 1 aloa Labor Hall, 363 24th HAIR dOODS AND COSTUMES. of the well known Farmer's Boyf farming land In Southwestern Or Ip street Visiting members cordially iron. For titulars addrers or call on Carey, the orientalist; Admiral Myng Whn. Wicken Palace hotel. Grants HAIR SWITCHES for ante at reduced Invited. George Fox, founder of tbe Society of D. H. ADAMS, President Hair chains a specialty. scholPas Ore. Al raferancr Biblical price the Friends: John Kitts, IDA BECKER. Secretary. for costumes rent to Masquerade Tbe ' ar. and Sturgeon, the electrician. B. G. KNOTH, Treasurer. AU mail orders BRING BIG RESULTS. belle and theater Hat of lllnstrlona shoemakers rone Into WANT ADS attended to. Mr C. R. promptly wore WANT ADS BRING BIO MSUUTB. WANT ADS BRING SIG RESULTS. Lee, 121 24th. P. O. Bos 435. A Dying Glass. heavy glass cover. It Is of Dutch workmanship, and tbe Inscriptions and style show that it waa made early ln tbe eighteenth century. The vessel is remarkable because It la known In the museum, says a Berlin paper,a"aa having consumption which can "be communicated to other objects of glass. On that account It la isolated. There an remedies against this glass disease, which Ja usually developed because of defects In toe glass mixture, bnt these have not been applied to toe Dutch vessel In order that tbe progress of tbe waiting disease may be observed." FOR SALE Saddle, Ladys or Gant's, almost new. 8644 Lafayette. Bell phone 1382T. FOR SALE Horae, harness and trap wrray. Apply 669, 37th. SALE Rnbber-tlraFOR surrey, nearly new, 1300 25th. Bell Pbona d 406X. tf on t . FOR SALE Three seated excursion wagon, cheap If taken at nee. Boll tf phono, 675T. ill FOR SALE or trad n good aqnara Address plan In good conditio "T," care Standard. FOR SALE 24tb ; PROFESSIONAL surrey and corner Grant and OSTEOPATHY. or trsda for bone GORDON G. IVES, Osteopath, gradu- MISCELLANEOUS. 1 fjAnucn, do your own dressmaking; bring your goods and work under Instruction at a reasonable rata. 2811 Grant ave, NURSING Mite K. A. Faust 834. 2624 Adam ate from Parent School, Klrkvilla, Lewto-stsynM block, suite 5 Hour Treatment by appointment m. to C . m. Boll phone 1014-K- . Ind, A. 407-40- (-- . a HORN. . Offices over Badcon's Drug Store. I seek the buelnesa ef all parties; am attorney against aU corporations and monopolies, preand all kinds pared to transact any of legal business. Attorney-at-Law- JERSEY BULL for service, corner of John Draay-a- r S8rd and Faclfle Av 6 89 lmo 10X ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- In loo in. ' irortland Butte Exnral i;td an (x)...J SljMalad. Kdlton :20 n.a TlPortland, Butte Express! 2:26 pj 11, Cache Volley Express.. p.m. UjYellowstone Special .. I:?9 p.m. ko. 'into " From North 14'taliowstoue SpectaT 8:Froa Portland 4b Butte 8:10 a.u It Cache Valley Express.. 10:80 10 From Portland A Butte 1:16 p.a. and Keltoa (x).. 1:21 pm. l-j- hnr N SoutlT Bound? 16' Yellowstone-Spec- ial Depart T?I0 mm. I'Por Salt Lake Ctry.... 7:11 am. 6 Local for Salt Lake... 8:88 a. a. II Cachet Salt Lake .... 10:40 l Umlted tor Salt Lake. p.n 14 local to Salt Lake .... 1:16 p.m. 19 For Salt Lakt City.... 1:51 p-ll'lssa Angeles Limited... 6:11 p.m. 4BaH Lane Flyer 1:16 p.a N Arrive! From Smith. ITrom Balt lake 11:10 o.m. 5 From Balt Lake .... 9:10 e.m. IS'Lura Salt Lake ..... 19:40 B. 1:86 p.m. lljl-- o Angelee Limited 1 From Salt Lake ..... 1:46 p.m. T'From Salt lake 2:01 p.m. 11 PYom salt Lake 1:01 p.m. 7:29 p.m. l;Eastern Express 16YeHowtone Special .. 1:06 p.m. RIO GRANDE WESTERN IL R. CO. " Eo-- I " Lit Bound. Depart. 6 'Atlantic Mall.pola ta sal ll'Salt Lake Local 14Sait Lske Passenger, l4 Atleutic Limited Atlantic Express 09a.nl. T 1:28 am. 1:09 p.m. 2:10 p.m. 8:48 p.m. ..... Vof Jtrrivs. TlPadflc iLx. from east... 11. 1 0 a m. 11 Balt Lake Local 19:49 n.n IE An Points East ... 2:09 p.m. l'Parlflc Goaat Limited.. 4:00 p.a. ISjSslt Ube Loral ...rt:46 p.m. SOUTHERN PA?l9l6 CO. Went Bound.' Depart TEx. for San Franclioo.. 4:lo a.m. I'Ex, for San Francisco, , 2:48 p.m. Fast Mall 13:56 p.m. 1:10 p.m. IjOveriand Limited. No- From West Arrive. TTifiTm "iOjFait Mail" 77 6, Ex. from San Francisco 6:20 .m 2'Overiand Lfm'ted 1:20 p.m 4Ex. from Ssn Francisco 5:16 p.n a(s)Eirfpr Sunday - OGDEN LODGE NO. OGDEN- - LODGE I, j . l. No. 1, 1 OP M. D. ot H, mseie in K. of P. ball the first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month at 2:10 p. m. SUSIE 81MB, C. Of TL JEANETTE MILL Flnoutar: L JENNIE PROUT, Rceordur. . LADIES OP THE MACCABEES, Silver Hive, N at 1, 2:80 p. meets ovary m, at K of Tnee-da- y a VisitHall No. 2471 Washington arson ing slaters cordially lavltad. BESSIE 8EBRINO. L.C. L JENNIE PROUT. R. K, 2455 Van Bursa Av KNIGHTS OP THE MACCABEES. Ogden Ten No. 24, meets ond the sec- and fourth Friday evening at 5 oclock sharp, In I. O. F. ksIL visiting Knights corJlally invited to alien ' J. W. HALSEY, Commander. F. F. BOND, Reosrd Keeper. a MASONIC. Esther Chapter N 4, O. K. Regular meetings bald at Maaoato Hall on Waablsgton avenu between Twenty-fiftstreets and Twenty-sixtthe flrat and third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cordially Invited ta attend. ANNA LEWIS, W. X. LILY V. HALS TED, Secretary, Queen S. h h WOODMEN OP THE WORLD. Weber Camp No. 74, meets Ip K. of P. ball in too Utah National Bonk building every Thursday evening et S o'elock. Tlsltlng Wood ore cordially Invited to attend. X C. MORRIS. C. C. E. AUTH. Clerk. Fint NmUonel Bank Building. tf Harneiie delivery wagon a OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CD. ' North Bounii. No. jjfoparf. DEGREE OP POCAHONTAS. A good driving horse. New and eeoond-ban- d 2470 WalL for sal Utah Camp No. 9990, Modem Woodmen of America, meets every Tuesday n. Visiting night at Eagle HaU. T ) Depart .....I J;jo ajiu Fast Mail ,Loa Angeles Limited..! 1:19 p.m. UmiMKl P . im CoalvlllJ 1:25 p.m. 7:49 p.m. . Atlantic Expretq Bound. I Arrive. Exr-res....I 1:45 am. Echo A Coalvllle)l0:30 m. Ill, Ogden.MMI ,Yeat p.m. 1 Overland limited 4:59 p.m. TjLoe Angslea Limited ..1 1.35 President MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA members Invited. East Bound. " 10 WALTER RICHEY, Secretary, DRES8MAKINO Family sewing, 871 6 21 1m 27th SL lnd. 667. WANTED No OP WASHINGTON. attanJ. UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO. TFT CEO. ALLEN, C. C. D, L. DOYLE, S. and T. 6THAYED rant FOR BALE A Reading motor cycle good as new. Call at 515 27th at OP AMERICA 2 FOR SALE Cheap, bam and household furniture. 2221 Lincoln 1438 25(h DONE of nil kind re- DRESSMAKING. FOR BALE Furniture of (bur rooms 975; must sell Monday. old lumber Kindly wanted miscellaneous. FOR SALE) SANITARY WORK. B. P. O. Elka Ogdas Lodge N 718, Lodge and club room aceopd floor, LOST In North Ogde On dappled 24 IS Washington avenue. Regular brown horse, 111-- hands high. Toe meetings every Tuesday evening. Reward. A. T, HE3TMARK, Exalted Ruler. weights on front feet. 71l.tf Johnson A De J. H. KNAU8S, Bsc rotary. FOB SALE FOR SALS KINDERGARTEN taught nt 2144 Quincy Avene Terms 50 cent pet week. Muslr and art extra. Call 64-llad. Phone 935. LOST At tha Hermitage, Ogden Canyon, cabin with dining room nnd kltcbaa furnished. Mr A. S. Noble, 1188,, 21st street Bell 7.747 phone 630-Z- . . . ' KINDERGARTEN. ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS FOR RENT FOR RENT Is Clothes cleaned and pressed 81 s Kouth, 157 26th St. Hell phone 55IZ. tf 2:80 WANTED. IN EFFECT JULY 10, 1907, ?Ilo,V TAILORffi ant t furnished houses. calculated to contain ' not less than tons of water. S.270.GOO, 000,000.000 Tha riven of the earth are estimated to have a flow sufficient to cover thirty-six cubic miles of toe above area each day. Now, If all tha oceans were suddenly dried end toe riven could keep np their present rate of flow, which, of conn they could not without ocean evaporation. It woo'd take 800 years to refill too basin. musie reeidenre on Bench, lu located. SCAVENGER WORK. Fine Large lot. lawn and shade. Good eight room house; plenty of closets and hath; ALL KINDS of scavenger work. stable. Price 93,500.00; part tints Prompt attantloa. John Van k coIf desired. Hunter A Kennedy, First de 497 2nd SL Bell 747Y. 24-4- t National Bank Bldg. mo. , JUNK. , FOR SALE-Eleglot near thfe INDEPENDENT JTNK CO. bare Terms If de- THE City Hospital. $75. all kinds of junk. Bell phone 626Z. sired. J. J, BnimmitL lnd. phone 8693D. Green A Jacobson, 8141 Pacldc. FOR BALE Lota feeing on Washington Ave., 49 to aa allay. IF YOU have any kind of Junk, "phone 25 dow Price $450. balance $19 to Ogvlea Junk House: wo will call per month. Thie includes cement tor It LjU phoa S26K; Ind. 72A sidewalk. Same alaa lots on Adams Ave. RSOik. Lota on 7th St 64x146 HOUSE FURNISHINGS. WANTED Furnished house In deAdsirable location, by torso adult 74-t- f dress P. O. Box 454. I the dealer. Opera House block. MU-F- FURNISHED HOUSES. i M. G. Berne well 261 29lh. , . PIANOS, a FOR SALE Fine lot on 21st street, 826. 31 rash, one dollar per week. J. J. Brummitt. unfurnished rooms. FOR DR. A. FERXLUND, Physician and Surgeon. Office hour 10 and 13 u.. 12 to 4 p. m. 840 25th bL Office phone Bell 515K; lnd. 515. Resilience 646 Wash. lnd. phone 503, An elegant 7. Housekeeping roam 117 4 15 lmo BOARD AND close to UNION DEPOT TIME CARD PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 8594. Nicely furnished room with bath; city. Fine farm SNAPS. 7 61 wk FOUR rooms. water In Tracy Ave. Apply Mr moad, 106 24th BL ante-room- hvertg?-dept- h, mod-er- 7-- 1 Two modem furnished in. Kelly A llerrlck. dose roov rooms, 1I4 2--tf I W. X. PIERCE, Notary Public, Real Estate; Fire, Life and Accident 407 84th 8L FOR SALE A email cottage, with modera Improvements. 2624 Jotter-on- . furnished rooms. from M ANT FACTURERS' samples, 1125.00 and ap cash er time. - A FOR FOR BUST . e tLun? notice, - PIANOS FOR SALE. Music INSURANCE F . As Usual. Friend Ton took your son Into yoor establishment some months ago to teach him the business, I understand. How did it turn outT Business Man (wearily) Great success, Has teaching me now. Chicago' Journal. tfVll AV. bread new five room closet, pantry, bath room, two good porches, large lot. nice sigi.tiy location, on bench near car line, a gival snap at 91 ,709. Small payment down, balance n term to suit, if you want a home tn Ogden this Is a rare opportunity. It must be sold. J. J. Brummitt. THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (BUSINESS HOUSES RUNNING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) NO ADVERTISnMENT LESS THAN 25 CENTS FOR FIRST INCENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT SERTION; INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT PER WORD. OR 20 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. OR 75 CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO CHANGE OF COPY. OR 60 CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH GN A SIGNED CONTRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF COPY EACH MONTH. . ' iHLl 1) IN Tha Judge Sinned Tee. Wirt Oerrare, in his volume on WANTS D Glrla. Good wages. "Greater Russia," says that In the Troy laundry. curia country one may not call anWANTED Girl for housework at, other a fool There Is a Scriptural Inones. JC51 Lincoln.. Bell phone conao-qnentlIt ft and junction against that, 1056. a legal offense too. Not long his called a partner tvlnt player age WANTED 25 girls tor stage work. n fool for needlessly trumping their Call at Lyceum Theatre between 1 and 2 p. m. trick. . The offended men brought his accuser before the court The culprit pleaded provocation and. knowing that WANTED Good girl or middle aged woman at Poplar Heights. 437 24th the Judge waa a passionate follower of strteL the national game: explained the matter In detail The Judge became inter: WANTED Laundress, Ogden General sated and got excited as the particulars 6 21 tf Hospital. of the play were given. "1 took the Instead of trick with my queen, end. HELP WANTED 0 tbrowtng away, my partner played the " fool!" "The accuser. dhonted the king! MALE. said the Judge. Then ha hastily disA MAN to act as Janitor and mall missed the ease. clerk at the Standard office. The Berry He Wee. When Bishop Berry'of tha Methodist WANTED Carpenters on 25th street, east of Madison avenue. Episcopal church waa a young preacher he once gave a lecture la n rural WANTED At once experienced male Wishing to be witty, he community. bookkeeper and stenographer; bring announced to hie audience that he was references. Tbe H. L Griffin Co. n berry and celled npon them to state v berwhat hind of berry. Nearly every ry known In the vicinity waa guessed, A MAN to act as Janitor and mall boy at the Standard office. and tha speaker refused to ahero the qualities of any of those named. At last an old lady who waa not sympa- "WANTED d men who are experienced bnddere. Good wage" thetic with the seeming levity of the DAVIS COUNTY NURSERIES, In exclaimed a arose and lecturer, Roy, Utah. squeaky voice: T know what kind of Bell Phone 9781 Black. n berry you art. Too ate a gooseberry and a very green one at that Go cm BIG money tor canvassing salesmen. with toe lecture." And the lecturer did 2856 Wash. quickly. Christian Watt. WANTED Experienced sausage maker. Wages 75 per month. K., cam Animal Sheila , C 28 tf It Is a curious fact that the shells of . Standard. certain animals, such as cephalopoda, brachlpods and some bivalves, are MEN and boya , waa ted to lean plumbing, plastering, bricklaying, commonly marked by retrogressive electrical trades; free catalogue; changes as age advances. "The old pocltlons secured; tuition fifty dolman returns to second childhood la New lar Coyne Trade School mind and body," state a well known 1 jrt 117 Tork anj San Franclao scientist at Washington "and tha shell of the cepbalopod baa In old eg SITUATIONS WANTED however distinct and highly ornamental tha adult, very close resemblance to MALE. llrown young." WANTED By boy position In an office. Phone, Bell, 1246. The Peliah He Needed. "I stopped down the street," said the FOR RENT HALL. man who prided blmaelf on being Diant; to gets polish on my shoes." FOR RENT Main hall suitable for "Dont yon think, asked hla sarcasa In conlodge purposes, tic companion, that yon began at the nection. Apply 2300 Wash. Av d 17 tf Both phonea 1144. iwrong end y Baltimore American. A man la never to on trial as In the Moment of excessive good fortune-(Val- ise ted states land office, 1907. City, Utah, .1U SALE rot huuae. . maaNiNaTON. o. e. M. FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE. ONE-HAL- Pellissone Little Adventure. the famous French historian, was frightfully ugly. .One day as he was walking down tha street n 'beautiful lady took him by the hand and conducted him Into a bouse does by. Denied by the lady's charms and Battering blmaelf that this adventure fnuiq not possibly entail any unpleasant consequences, he had not the atiength to offer any real stance. Hie fair captor Introduced him to the master of the house, eeying; "Line for line, exactly like this," whereupon the took her departure: FellUaon, on recovering from hie astonishment. demanded an explanation. The master ef the house, attar sundry apologies, confessed that he was n painter. "I have undertaken. he added, to supply the lady with e picture of the Temptation lb the Wilderness.' We Ipve been debating for e couple of hours as to the mode of representing the tempter, and she ended by saying that she wished me to take yon for model." Revue Anecdotiqu High V T5adswere FeUiiaon, WORLD HAS EVER SEEN. at tha uTeu. supposable pated. Greatest Arenic Feature Engaged all died. Inclosed In suoJ, and they The concluaiou Is that, deprived of atmosphere or without food, toads must die. If a toad as a tadpole could have entered a crevice la a rock, it might have grown, but would hive died In time for want of sir and food. This ) nonsense le so Ineradicable that It It never can be dissila Great Consolidated thE In--y f ODD FELLOWS. Ogden Lodge No. 6, Independent OrMeets la I. O. der of Odd Fellow O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to be present J. W. BLILEY, Noble Grand. HENRY KISSEL, Secratary. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAft, Ogden ' Lodge No. 2, Knlghte ot Pythias, meets at Castle Hall. Otek National Bank bnlldiag, avoir Monday evening. All K. of P.'s requested ta meet with ye. W. J.. UNDERWOOD, 0. C. E. R. GEIGER, M. ef B- L N. MEAD, K. of R. and 8, WOMEN OP WOODCRAFT. Sego Lily Clrcl N 194, meota ovary seoond nnd fourth Friday nights at 7:29 iu K. ef P. halL VteMtug Seighbue oerdlally Inrited. DAISY QUEEN CITY, REBEKAH LODGE, F. hall Meets as No. 4, L O. ond and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows HaU, Visiting members Invited. IDA BAKER, Noble Grand. GERTRUDE KOOX8. Secretary. a CASHMORB, G. Tracy Avenu KATE HETMAN, Qsrk, 23rd Street. N, 137 Sll 12 Women ot Woodcraft Ogden Circle 511, meets avorv Tuesday Ataht at 7:10 oeteek. K. ef F. kalL VtettUg Nrlgbbort Invited. FRATERNAL ORDER OP EAGLES Dues eau be peld at tbe ofloe ef Ed ot Order Fraternal Eagles, Ogdas Ante, toe afternoon ef the Sth of each Aerie, X lit. F. O. B., sheets erdry month. First Kettenal Bank Bid Wednesday evening In Eagln ball, east MRS. AUCE COLON. G. N. 5913 of Reed hotel, et 1:06. Vieitlug BrothPlngree A er Eagles are Invited to attend the MARIE CRITES, Clerk, 2711 Aerie meethigs-T- . roe Avenue. EROTHERHOOD OF AMSRICX. Yeomen, Ogden HomsstNs. 1M. meets every first X 547 J Cnight at 7:1 in K. - boll Wash, Ave. Visiting archers cordially Invited to meet with FRANK JL WIANT, Ihreman, Uncoil. MABEL TURNER. correspondenL u ilnffll AV. till WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS.