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TUE "NAMES FOR Bia GUNS. Thu Were SeigaWoMit 0 gunq which JjpUl! W. C. Wtoq then chief of tho to urml fcaivan of ordnance, proposed a propad-tigmB Satan and tnclfer. Thia called forth a protect from tho MStor of a ftwebyterten church at aa ptttalmr, who characteriaed it imptooa" Hit ot nnaeemly. if not tho member of Mter was referred by waa addreaaed to It whom to cBigrem ba department and finally came into tbi handa of Captain Wine for reply, to tho la answer ho called attention of giving to vessels tatlga custom och aarnea aa Jupiter, Juno, Ynlean, Lnct-tt- t Tanw, Juggernaut, Inferno and and Satan to convey an idea of tho the destructive agent need In prcr ofTbeee guns, argued the learn-- 4 battln ptatn. were not intended lor nsace and the utterance of good wUl tiraid men, hot to inflict aa mudi and destruction on human in time of war aa their namesake, the devil, tries to do at all tlmea Ho farther reminded hie clerical critic that a Bomber of clergymen had witnessed without protest his act of christening" in presence of a largo assembly of ladles and gentlemen tho first twenBeel-ebuty inch gun cast for tho navy aa However, tho argument did not prevail for religious sentiment waa effective in preventing this use of Biblical nomenclature. Army and Navy h was getting superannuated, aud contrived in tho course of his talk to get the legal Information he wanted, and then bidding him good morning be waa about to leave when the young man What for?" said naked for talk fee. the old piso. "For legal advfcq" replied the --young lawyer. "How much la ltr Fire dollars." The fanner f be-in- b. Journal. TOUGHS OF PARIS. They Are Knswn aa "Apaolisa" and Work In Gangs. Lea Apache- oTbey work in gangs. In- tho underworld their associations are complete and distinct Fame has come to them tq tha gang of Bebert of Montparno, of Gegene of tho OourtlUe, the Urren Cravats, tha Costands of the YUlettq of the Batlgnollea the Against these hands tho police war in .vain. They wags their battles In open moms that Bebert baa . day for some A band cornea stolen from Gegene. don from tho heights of Belleville or of Chaionne and raids a peaceful quarter a homo going cab la surrounded, the passenger stabbed through the window and. robbed. They prey on the public. Band wan upon band. Then an nightly duels on the fortifications or under the bridges when tho Beau Totor meals Coigns d'Acler, knife to knlfo, In a savage and not unloyal way. .Young all'from sixteen to twenty two, rarely older. When do they come from! Everywhere. They grow on the pavements of Paris, along tho gutter foundling or deserted children, eoaa perhaps of that laboring class which la on the edgo of crime and beggary. Tha life of the Apache la abort but for every one sent to the Jail or the gnlllotint two stand ready at the door of the alums. They need to haunt the den of the Fen Lunette. From lbs Slums of Faria," by Yanco Thompson, In Outing Migaalna Mont-en-l'a- lr -- I S " Nurses and Censor. find tha trained nones brave enough In moat cases of contagious disease," said a Brooklyn doctor, "but 1 then la one What's thing at which they balk." naked a friend-tmallp-axt" that" declared ho would never pay It end the young lawyer told him If he didnt he would sue him. So the former trotted down to eee the old Judge, whom ho found hoeing in hie garden,' and said. Judge, I went this morning Just pimply to make a neighborly call on that young scamp of a lawyer who has Just come into town and he charged me S." Served you Youd no right right, said the Judge. to go to him." Wall have I got to pay It?" "Certainly you havo." Well then. If I must, I must Good morn' "Hold on," said the Judge. ing. "Arent you going to pay ine?" "Fay Why, for legal adyon,' what foe?" vice, of course. " "What do you charge?" "Tea dollars." Tho result of which waa the old fellow bad to pay $5 to the young lawyer and 10 to the old one. Mural. Don't try to get legal advice for nothing. Exchange. THE POSTAGE ; STAMP. Order in Which It Was Adapted by Different Countries. The first postage stamp seems to havo been used In Faria In MSI but tho eervic in which tho stamp waa used waa only local and soon failed. On May 8, 1840, the first regular poet-ag- e stamps were issued in England. Yarious local forwarders of letters and postmasters in this country Issued stamps aa early aa 184L The first to do eo was A. 1L Grieg's City Dispatch Pout, which waa sold to tha govora-meIn August, 1S42. Blood ft Go. of Philadelphia sold stamps in 1841, and tha postmasters of Baltimore, New Hawn and New York of 1643 also sold stamps. In 1847 the government took np tha business, hut Brasil in 1843 waa ahead pf the United States in taking np tho stamp mid of tha postal business. Tha other principal countries followed In this order: France, Belgium and Bavaria In 1848; Hanover, British Guiana, Prussia, Spain and Switzerland la 1830; Italy, Denmark, Baden, Wurtfiem berg, Saxony and tho provinces of Canada In 1831; Chile and the princes of Turin and Taxis (who had the postal monopoly la Germany) la 1852; Portugal in 1858; India and Norway in 1854; .Uruguay and Mexico in 1850; Bosala and Newfoundland In 1857; Sweden in 1858; the Australian colonies early In the fifties; Greece in 1881; Turkey In '18R8; Ecuafinr in 1805; Egypt in 1888; Bolivia in 1867; Paraguay in 1870. The International postal union waa formed in October, 1874. and went Into 1875. operation on July nt I i n No; cancer. They have all the (mined woman horror of that disease. The moat faithful of them will go without an engagement for weeks rather than take a cancer case. Yet the peril is alight compared with what they face almost without thought" Isn't It contagious?" A malignant caao Is If n scratched hand ta brought Into contact with tho cancer. Throe cancere out of four; however, an not malignant and can bo dneaed without gloves safely. The (rained nurse balk at all of them." Brooklyn Eagle. Giving Thsmsslvss Away. Mr. Ymmghusbend (reading from pa rer "Married Blanch do Smyth to Walter Wellington Been." What old memories that name awakens! hire. T. (blushing) I never Imagined yon hnew of my engagement to Walter. Mr. Y. (chillingly) I was aUudlng to Blanche IUuatnted Bill. Mere Important Did I understand yon to say," asked Mn. Chatters, that "your husband had ho vocation?" Worse than that" replied the 'a wife. I said hed had no vacs-domln-"ler- n. Philadelphia Frees. Tha Locality. Art you In pain, my little manr tha hid old gentleman asked. No," answered the hoy. The Pains la me." Bnow how to give without hesltm-w- . how to lose without' regret, how ffond.acquire without meanness. Georg Disqualified. Although Mrs. Harlow loved her husband and admired what she considered bis good points, It was a never ending ounce of amazement to her that ho bad been chosen to fill the office of B,ayor for three successive terms knows how much X Everybody tbink of James," she told in a dased way to on of her husband' a cousin. I always said and always should say tbetha to aa good aa gold. Eut If you'll tall mo whether you think a man who b color blind and who brings bom toy that won't go when you wind them and who still thinks I could Ilk Urea If I'd only try to fit for suck a Petition why, all I can say to I don't" -Youth's Companion. A Chinese Idas of Foreigners. The following ta a quits modem Chi-a-e conception of tho foreigners treatment of Infectious cases: If an epidemic broke out two foreigners took the tick away and put them In n little ron, washed them with lima water and then locked them up so that no one timid aea thsm on purpose that they Bight soon die and not propagate the waae. Wives and children might cry 8d weep, hut the foreigner would but drive them away with sticks, for until 4aA no on mast boo tkose "faces aaln. Better for all of na to Jump info the sea than submit to thia." with China Ppet How the Pendulum Wm Found. Like many of the commonest mechanical instruments In dally use, tha Invention of the pendulum to due entirely to chance. Galilei when under twenty yean of ago, wee standing on day In the metropolitan church of Plat While soma painters were at work on tho celling of the church. A suspended lamp which was hanging before tha altar wna disturbed In some manner, and the scientist was struck with tha almost perfect regularity with which It swung back and forth. The idea of moMurlng time by such an instrument found instant generation in his brain, knd he completed the system In use to this dayw St Louis Republic, . A Soft Ana war. ' canny Scot was being shown over a for the first time In hta dlfe and, being Interested in an ha jaaw, plied bis guide with an aorta of questions. The marine seemed particularly to interest him, and, going up to one, he pointed to the "grenade" in the marine! rap and asked what It waa. The marine looked at him In surprise. "Dont you know what that Jar he aAed. Why, thats a turnip, of course." "Ach, mon, replied tho Boot Impatiently, "I was no axin Times. , shoot yer bead."-ard- lff 'A man-o-wa- r Flattering, but a Knsek. "Even with flattery, ask Mark Twain at a dinner, you can't please soma men. I remember when I waa a reporter In Virginia City there waa a doctor I liked I had lake Tahoe with him camped once on and In an obituary I decided to give him n card. I wrote, Dr. Sawyer waa called in, and under hto prompt and skillful treatment the patient died Monday.' But Dr. Sawyer, somehow, wasnt pleased." Ksssm City Star. ' ' - ' V I An Insinuation. . I Mrs. Ginger How dare you talk to me in that way? I never saw .such Impudence. And you call yourself a 'ladys meld, do you? The Maid I wm a todys maid before I worked for you, .ma'am. Boatoa Transcript ' Mueli Worn. "These trousers are very much worn this season, said tho tailor, displaying hto goods. "So are the ones I have on," replied ;tht poet sadly. I never knew a rogue who waa not lanbappy. Junius. . Just a Suggestion. "Oh, my!" exclaimed tha excited woman who had mislaid her husband. "Tin looking for a small man with on eye." "Well maam, replied tbs polite shopwalker, "if hes a very small man maybe you'd better use both eyes. A Thoughtful Wife. Why did you tell your husband that them would be three parts to tha concert? There ara only two." Tea, I know, hot be will ho so pleased when It leaves off sooner than h expects." FI legend Blatter. EXAMINEE: UTAH. OGDEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1907. 10, The Kaffirs Mia Is a Lst of Fun With Thoir Generality. The gentle Kaffir when he does become Christianized has hto own ideas IN THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS of the boat method of raising funds MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (BUEINEfih HOUSES RUNfor the support of tho vauae." From NING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) the subjoined description of a native NO ADVERTISEMENT LESS THAN 25 CENT meet in sent home by a missionary It FOR FIRST INwould apiiear' that native geueroolty, SERTION; CENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT PER WORD. although of a rough and tumble character, Is distjictly productive of ways OR SO CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. and means: OR 79 CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO Recently I attended a native ten CHANGE OF COPY. meeting, at which more than 12 was OR M CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH ON A SIGNED CONraised by this very poor congregation. TRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF COPY Their way of duiug It wm characterisEACH MONTH. tic and amusing. They paid 2 shillings to alt down to tea. Then some on would pay 8 shillings for such and such n man to be required to get up FOR RENT again and leave the table. Tho man So. 6d. for assailed would pay thus FEMJLE. furnished rooms. leave to sit down again. Then waa n could six which at table all THREE special ROOMS, pantry and cellar; WANTED A cwk, or man and wife. reasonable rent to reliable parties. paying aa extra shilling each for tha Man to work in ulua. Wife to cook No seated children. Bell phono 141-for 8 von. Liberal wages. Call privilege- - They had Just got 8 I It when n man paid 7 shillings to clear Indepcndoat Fhiine Na (17. them out, and they paid another 8 shilFOR RENT 8 rooms for light houseling to sit on. and eo It went on. They keeping, 358 22nd St . 8 7 3t of girl to take car arrange all this tbamaeiveo, and this la WANTED--4 two children. Situ Wash. their way of giving to tho eqoaa. On FOR RENT Furnished rooms for man had a tin of sirup. Ho said ha Ught housekeeping. 2161 Adams. Good girl for housework. WANTED over to 8 would pay shillings pour it Good 351 23lh. wages. Apply himanother mans head who had got FOR RENT One furnished room for self up well in a large collar, ate.; this ladle. Bell phone 1414-Y- . man paid 8 shillings to ha let off, tha WANTED Chambermaid at Used H 4 shillings again to do 11 tha first tail 8 8 tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms for other 5 shilling to escape, tho first housekeeping at 2120 Liaeoln Ava tf did do and to WANTED it oh, Good and, washer it, Ironer. and shillings 888 26th St. the laughter and the mesa!" FOR RENT1 Three furnished rooms, clothes closet and pantry, Na 659 WAITRESSES wanted at Heely Cafe. 23rd St. Disappointed Hopes. 89.00 per week. I44t "Ton ran t raks up anything against' FOR RENT-Ug- ht housekeeping rooms that candidate." Writ, I happen to WANTED-girl for general houseat 159 26th. 18-t- f work. 2658 Washington. know ha ta in love with a married woman." "Do yon? Oh. who to the?" WANTED A girl for general house- FOR RENT Newly furnished rooma "Hto wife." Baltimore American. with bath. 311 22nd. 8 7 tf work, 664 82th street. ONE-HAL- tf yanAM JENNINGS Spiritual m4( , urn. Class Friday, t p. a. 427 85th. LOST thew. TIME CARD IN EFFECT JULY IQ, 1907. UNION PACIFIC R. R. Ca PROFESSIONAL OSTEOPATHY. GORDON G. IVES, Osteopath, gradu- al from Parent 8diool Kirk villa Ma LavtoBtajnar block, suit 56. Treatmeat by appointment. Houra 9 a m. to I p. m. Bell phone Ind, 1014-- 1U1L PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. A. FERNLUXD, Phvslctan and Surgeon. Offire hoars io and 13 m.. 13 to 4 p. m. 840 25ih SL Office phones, Bell 616K; Ind. 615. 7te5 dene 616 Wash. lad. phono 60S. a ATTORN A. HORN. aOffices over Badeona I sack the business at am til parties; attorney against all Precorporations a fid monopolies. pared to transact any and all Linda of legal huameaq Attomey-at-Lnw- . Drug Store. K. T. HULAN18KI Attorny-at-LaRooms First National Beak building. Gemeral pracUca. 41)7-40- 1 HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. sals at reduced prices. Hair chains n specialty. Masquerade costumes to rent for balls and theaters. All mall order promptly atteudod to. Mra. C. K. Lea 131 34th. P. O. Box 435. HAIR SWITCHES for CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. FRED A. LUND, General Contractor In brick nnd stusa 676 IlsL Bell Phono 1069-Y- , teteam HOUSEKEEPING rooma, J37 Tweaty-Blxt- h street. 7 4t FOR RENT Two furataneg rooma WANTED Chocolate dipper at Mat1820 Adama 8488 WANTED Glrta at Laundry. UNION DEPOT Herald Bldg.. Salt Lake (Tty. P. (X Box 19y. Both Phonos Bell 2552; Ind. 530. This agency to prepared to handle all proper detective busiheg entrusted ta it by eorpure 4UO-40- 1 F help wanted. MEDIUM. 7 WESTERN DETECTIVE AGENCY RAISING CHURCH FUNDS. 1 A Story Showing How Foolish It (a Try to Got It Far Nothing. A young lawyer moved info a town when then oaa only an lawyer before an old Judge. A close listed old farmer thought then wm a good chance to get some legal advice from the young man gratis, so he dropped lute hie .office, told him how glad he waa that he had com Into town, because the old Judge tbi Fort Pitt foundry. Fort Pitt, T were to 1SC7 for tho monitor twenty-inc- LEGAL ADVICE. f lected end Rejected. Wlttn two ' MOUSING Ogden Washington ava FRATERNAL ROYAL ARCANUM. tf FOR atoeplng rooma sad light house- Tested, sound, iwllihla Fraternal Beneficiary Order. Insures men at maaonabl rates for oaa twq cr three LOST Between 12th street and 8 ROOMS for housekeeping. Boyle thousand dollar. Accumulated mr-gruc- y yon road, a gold bead necklace, last Block. to WANTED-Gofund nearly three ioa dob Thursday. Finder plena rotura od strong girl or woman 84-2- t ton. Investigate. Rocky Mountain 2228 Jefferson. Reward. to work in n boarding house. Apply of front rooma cheep. Boyle Council Na 687, voeta second and at 124 Slrd BL block. fourth Fridays at A. O. U, W. kail LOST la North Ogdon, Thursday, F. W. Btoaq Reganf; J. W. Yothor-apooa- , Brandmare. on sorrel light night ST1 22nd. WANTED-aroman cook. modFOR A RENT Furnished rooms, Collector; U. & Roberta Getiy. ed Bar under L on left rump. Reern. 1231 Granl turn to William Bros. Livery and FRATERNAL 4rOTHERHOOD. Wtl WANTED Lauudraaa, Ogden General FOR RENT Two modem tarnished receive reward., U . S 88 rooffia close la Kelly ft Herrick. iloapltal Ogdon lodge Na 3fl, T. F. H, LEGAL. meets Ural and third Thursdays at HELP WANTED Labor llaU, 863 24th p. m, la NOTICE. ALSO FOR HOUSEKEEPING Peary Istreet member Vtottlng sordially Annex, 2439 Wash. MALE. invited. 814. No. List , H. D ADAMS, President FOUR rooma welai la tha houaa UNITED 8TATE8 LAND OFFICE, WANT ED IDA BECKER, Bee rat ary. Carpenter, 25th at root, Balt Lake City, Utah, July 2. 1807. Tracy Ava Apply Mra R. HamOMt of Madlaoq South aid. O. KNUTll Treasurer. mond. 106 84th SL To Whom It May Concern i Notice to hereby given that tha WANTED and intelligent ODD FELLOWS, Energetic ' WANTED. State of Utah has filed In this office man. Local preferred. Good propo(x) Except Sunday. a list of lands, selected by tho said sition. Apply P. O. Box 892. Ogdaa Ledgo Na 6, independent OrState, as indemnity school lands, unFURNISHED ROOMS. der of Odd Fellows Meets In I. O. der section 8 of the act of Congress, MEN AND EOT 9 WANTED to loan - OGDEN LODGE NOi O. F. hall every Tuesday evonlas-Vtottln1, D. OP H. as via! 18, follows, 1884, July approved .. brothara cordially Invited to plumbing: plastering, bricklaying, WANTED Furnished or unfurnished Lots 1, 2, 8, 4, sec. II, t 8 a, r 4 a, also abaci metal pattern draughting. room or small houaa with hem, be present OGDEN LODOf No, 1. T. of H S. L. H-- . (8 tat 184, U. L F) Position secured. Day and night J. W. BAILET, Noble Grand. 88-t- f meets In K. of P. hall tho first aad 8470 Wall nearby. far as it roA copy of said Hal ctoaaaa. Free catalogue. Visitor HENRY H1BBEU Secretory. . third Wednesday afternoon! of each tate to said tracts, by descriptive welcome. Trad Schools, month at 2:80 p. m. Coya ha been conspicuously Baa Francises and Naw York. B. P. O. ELKS. RENT. FOR SUSIE 81 MS. CL of II. office for this in Inspection by posted JEANETTE MILL, Flounder. lyrtlT and tha pubby any person Interested, B. F. like OgdCn Lodge Na 716. I JENNIE FROUT. Reoorder. ROOMS AND BOARfo lic generally BIG money for canvassing salesman. club rooma aoeond and floor, Lodge During tha period of publication of 2888 Wash. BOARD and room. 871 21nd. tf 8416 Wushington avcuua Regular LADIES OF THE MACCABEEft this notice, under departmental In. meetings every Tuesday avealng. j structions of April 28, 1907, protest T. A. BOARD AMD BOOM-4- 46 Exalted Ruler. HESTMARK, I6U street. FOR BALE or contests against tha. claim of the Silver meets Na ToesHive, H. KNAU8K every Secretary. J, 0 State to any of tho tracts or subdivisday at 8:80 p. ni. at K. of CL Hall WANTED. MISCELLANEOUS. ions hereinbefore described, on tho Na 2473 Washington avenuq Visit- - J REBEKH QUEEN CITY, LODGE, lag staters cordially Invited. ground that tho aamo li more valuable O. L aeo4, O. Na Meets f. BOARDERS. BESSIE 8EBRINO, L.CL tor mineral than for agricultural pur- FOR BAUt A good bona cheap; end fourth and at Friday evenings U JENNIE PROUT. K. K. poses, will b received and noted for suitable for driving or work. Odd Fellows' memllall Good Visiting ! board at roaaononabla ratea 84(8 Van Burcn Ava 1 1 wk report to tha General Land Office at 2664 Barlow Are. invited. 681. 83rd street. Phong J117-Y- , tf ber Washington, D. C. Failure so to proELLA Noble BOGART, Grand. test or contest within the time a pod-fle- d FOR BALE-TKNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. U. P. tickets, for GERTRUDE KOON8, Secretary." will be considered sufficient eviRENT. and gonttomaa from Ogden to FOR lady character of dence of tho Denver. Address H. B" Standard Ogden Tent, Na 24, meets the see- ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA tha tracts and the selections thereof, and and fourth Friday ovenlnga UNFURNISHED ROOMS. office. free from otherwise objection, being F. hall Excelsior Camp Na 3340, meets ev- at 8 o'clock wbarp, in I. O. will he recommended for approval FOR SALE Six hole range, almoat FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooma ery second and fourth Thursday of visiting Knights cordially lavltad to E. D. R. THOMPSON. for light housekeeping, 331 Patter-ao- a each month at tho Eagles Hall Vis- attend. now. Alan other household furniRegister. J. W. HAL8ET, Commaadar. I 8 Iwk 8 9 2t iting Indies cordially Invited. ture, 1207 Wash. Ava t F. F. BOND, Reoord Keeper. MARY MRS. HEFFNER, OF ASSESSMENT. Oracle, NOTICE snfurnlahed 2941 Washington Avcuua FOR SALE) A good riding pony. 2881 FOR , RENT Three T lJ tf JOS1A RHEA, Reoorder, 251 22nd BL rooma 107 8 0th. MASONIC. Jefferson avenue. Now York ft Great Western Mining, Smelting ft Development Company. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, O. 8. FOR RENT. Principal place of business, Ogdon, FOR BALE or trade, a good square 8. Regular meeting held at Maroala plane, in good cendltloa. Address Utah. Fraternal Order ol Eagles, Ogden Hall oa Washington avenue, between j UNFURNISHED HOUSES. "T, care Standard. Notice la hereby given that at n and Twenty-tixtstreets Atria, Na 118, F. O. E insets every Twenty-fiftNew of directors tha the of meeting in Eagle hall, east the lint and third Fridays of each avrulng Wednesday FOR RENT Modern SmeltMONEY house TO Western Great LOAN Mining, York ft - i month. 8:00. at cordialof Rsed member BrothSojourning Visiting hold, on 17th SL Address fi If. R., ears ing ft Development Company, held on ara Invited to attend the ly invited to attend. er ; Eagles Standard. assessSTREET CAR MEN, RAILWAY, the 8rd day of August, 1907, ANNA LEWI8, W. M. Aerie meetings. ment Na 19 of on cent per shnro CLERKS, BOOKKEEPERS, and all LILY V. HALBTED, Secretary. C. MORRIS. W. President T. houaa modern, was levied on tho outstanding stock other employed, find oar office re- FOR RENT FI D. T. TRACT, Secretary. ' n os comer Patterson and Grant Ind. liable for sums of 10 to IIOA of eaid company, payable immediately DR. IL B. FORBES, Aerie Physician. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. a tea If paid before die phoua 768. to J. H. Knauaq secretary, at hto ofauapeadad la sickness. No fice, Na 806 Eccles building, Ogden, ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS Weber Camp Na 74, meets la K Utah. charge for applies lions Tha City FOR RENT of P. ball In tha Utah National Bank aaaaaa-mea- t Suite thia Loan which Agency. stock First 417, 413, upon Any Wasatch Division Na 124, O. EC, building every Thursday evening at National Saak Bldg. may remain unpaid on WednesFURNISHED HOUSES. meet second and foarih Fridays at o'clock. Visiting Wcodm-cordially dewill be 1907, 11th, day, September m. la K. of P. hall comer Invited to attend. 2:80 p. U salaried MONEY without will for he advertised paopM linquent and T. C. MORRIS, C. C. Washington evens and 24th street security or endorsement; payments FOR RENT Nicely furnished oale at public auction, and uuleas payE. AUTII. Clark, First National bousa plana cloac la 8. 8. Smith, All brothara era cordially Invited to to anil either weakly or monthly; ment la made before, win be sold on Bank Building. Ind Phono 264. attend. business eoaldaettoL Can sad gat Saturday, September 28, 1807, at 4 s GEO. ALLEN, C. C. my tome. U IX Drakq 419-o'clock p. m., at tha office of Mid D. U DOYLE, 8. and T. bldg. FOR RENT Four room Cottaga KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. J. H. Knausa, secretary, Na 806 one furnished and on unfurnished Eccles Ogden, Utah, MONEY TO LOAN, on forms and building, 2634 PYTHIAN SISTERS. Gnat No. 8, Knight of flat Apply at Lodge Ogdan to pay the delinquent assessment city real estate. HUNTER ft KENPythias, meets at Caatlo Hall, Utah thereon, together with the cost of adfourth National floor, NEDY, lint Meets every Saturday afternoon at National Bank building, every Monvertising and expense of sale. tf FOR KALE, REAL ESTATE 8:80 Building. In Pythian hall, Utah National day evening. All K. of P.s requested J. H. KXAU8S, Secretary, on 21at street, Bank building. Sojourning slate re cor- to meet with u. 208 Eccles Bldg., Ogden, Utah. MONET TO LOAN 4. J. BRUMlf ITT FOR SALE Fin lot J. H. SHAFER, C. C 128. 11 cash, on dollar por weak. dially Invited to attend. E. R. GEIGER. M. of . MRS, EVELYN OLASMANN, M. E. C. BrammitL NQTICE. J. J. FOB BALE, BEAL ESTATE. L. N. MEAD, K of R. aad 8. MISS LOUISE RITTER. M. of R. ft C. BUILDING lota on car 11ns; your own United States Land Office, Salt Lake FOR SALE At sacrifice, DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. terms; money .advanced to build. City, Utah, June 88, 1907. To Whom It May Concern: WedelL press? d brick house, largo bamq bouse fine abode and chicken trees, Notice Is hereby given that the state Bego Lily Circle. Na 104, meets evLeootah Council No. S. D. of P, fine spring water. 8718 Washing- FOR SALE Nice building lot. eloso moots tho first aad third Wednesday flbd in thia office a list of Utah ery lecood and fourth Friday eights 652-Z- . Bell ton Ava telephone of lands, selected by tho Mid State, hi, near car Una only 15 per front afternoons at 8:80, Eagle Hall. Dues at 7:80 la K. of P. htiL Visiting for the establishment of permanent , fool Terns to Bull J. J. Bruin-mit-t. can ha paid to Suria Aldan, C. of W, neighbors cordially Invited. DAISY CASHMORE, G. N, 137 mo 112 26th St Vtaittag members Inreservoirs for Irrigating pufpoees, unOne fine farm at West vited. Tracy Avenue. der section 12 of tho Act of Congress, FOR SALScoaalating of 40 acres of A new Weber, KATE HETMAN, Clerk. 333 MARTHA A. MORRIS, Pocahuatan one acre of land houaa approved July 16, 1894, as follows, 23rd Street land, four room brick bouse, good via: In the choicest of hearing fruit; ALICE COLLINS, K. of R. bam and outbuildings, four cows, AU Sections 14 and 24, Township 7 81,800. location. good pigs und chicken. AH klndu of As tiegaat residence la railNorth, Range 1 Weal Salt Lake MeriWomen of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle ORDER OF WASHINGTON. machinery and tools and n lino crop. road district, 21,600. dian, List 77. 681. meets every Tuesday night at onca at at Call if taken reacres Cheap Nina of good toad with water, it A copy of sold list, m far Ogden Union, Na 172, order of 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. halL Visiting 860, 26th street. and three-roolates to said tracts, by descriptive bouse, located 40 Washington, meets every Tuesday Neighbors Invited. rods from car Una, 61X80. subdivisions, ho been conspicuously Dues can b paid at the ofllee of Ed evening at 8 o'clock la A. O. U. W. CHAUNCEY PARRY. halL Visiting comrades invited to Auth, the afternoon of tho 28th of each posted la thia office for inspection by FOR SALE A brand asw five room 861-Cor. 83rd and Wash. Phons house, closet, pantry, bath room, attend. month. First National Bank Bldg My person interested, and by the pubtwo good porch, largo lot. alca lic generally. WTLUAM DOYLE, President MRS. AUCE COLLINS, G. N, 3913 sightly location, an bench near car WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. During the period of publication of Plngree Ave. Una great snap at 6L70Q. Small FOR SALE A am ail cottaga with MARIE CR1TES, Clerk, 2731 Moa-ro- e this notice, under departmental Inon terms 1024 Joffer-o- a MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA modem improvomenta structions of April 25, 1907, protests or Avenna payaitnt down, balance to suit If yea treat n homo la contests against the claim of tho State OgJen this R a ran opportunity. to any of the tracts or subdivisions Utah Camp Na 9990, Modern WoodBROTHERHOOD OP AMERICA It muat ho soli. J. J. BrammitL men of America, meets every Tuesday hereinbefore described, on the ground more for valuable a. asms at is p. Hall Visiting Eagla that the night Yeomen, Ogden Homestead Xe. 1608, members invited. mineral than for agricultural purposes, TO BUY. meats every first aad third Friday V. A. C. noted V. GOULD, for will be received and report FOR SALS Lots in tho Orchard, at 7:30 in K. C. hall Na 1479 tight H. SHAFER. Wash. Clark. at Office J. to tho General Land WANTED' Veal pork and chickens aud Washington Ava. 46 8 7th Wash. Cor. Ava so or protest at the Chicago Market 185 24th SL Ington, D. C. Failure to Visiting archers cordtony lavttsd by 138, lo an alley. Terms 110.00 KNIGHTS OF COLUMEUS. contest, within the time specified, will llz $16.06 per month.- J. H. and down be considered sufficient evidence of tho 740 Washington Ava Myers, evt-777. Council No. Meets , Ogden character of o tract, FOUND ery Wednesday evening at K. of C. Lincoln. and tho selections thereof, being otherMABEL TURNER, correapoadanl tho near ha'll, lot Na 2473 Wash. Ava. at 8 o'clock 1214 wise free from objection, will ho rec- FOR SALE Elegant Mofflt Ava Jerzev heifer; owner Visiting Little FOUND de375. members welcoma if Terms ommended for approval. City Hospital, same for can this have by G. paying K. DeVINE. H. J. sired. J. J. BrammitL E. D. R. THOMPSON, 6 9 21 WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS- ad. 2631 Kye Ave, W. J. MORGAN. Fla Bec'y. mm tlona or Individuate. Registrar. , Can- WANTED A girl tor kitchen and dining room work. Good wages. Apply 432 87th street. keeping rooma, 2341 Adama m-l- sum ' a g . . n, . a I ! Ad-dre- 1-- 0-- WO ! tf a h ; -- Dia-con- t-7- Pay-mant- . n Eo-tie- 13-18- . tu 1-- 1 h m x wanted 1-- - non-miner-al - , .