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sCHi'mflj JLiiSl II rl J. JLi FOR MEAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS $2.0110 WILL buy northwest corner j A FOUR-ROOM brick house, water ( ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE, largo 24th and Jackson, 75 1-2x148 1-2 feet and lights, $1,100 no, 213 33rd st. lot, barn, room for four iiorsea, lets J i V. Parsons. Broom hotel. s-lS-U't Inquire S. L. Stevens, ?4ih anil Lin- of hay. wagon. Ouc block from busl- coin. S-12-lwk Dees center. Aply P. M. Poulson, 4-KOOM brick house. half block from 2401 Washington. 5-2&-U car IIdo. Inquire G13 Htb Pt. n . 7-23-lwk ALL OR any part oi G arrcs flno fruit 23M3S feet, with nice. new. modern ,',r &don '?nd 12th dlR- dwelling, in southwest part of town FOUIt-ROOM brick house, near rail- V cl: fiV ,)vn tM VRh; terms ,f (Ic' $1,43.1. Worth more mom-v JIT.O road district: laigo lot. shade trees ,re(l , ,,? M- I,orr'Pta". 1 1 Nat. caibi baa.,ce on time. L F. Bratz. and lawn. $2,000. on part time. Hun- nank'lle- 8-9-1 mo k0. 410 25th street. 7 1C lwk ter & Kennedy, 211 First Nat. bank ' S-$tf WILL EXCHANGE I have a good $0 ACRES choicest mchard land at im pty TI n farin' 47 aCros "ni exchange for Orchard Heights. aiPo 20 xhnros of Vt house and lot at 2134 desirable city property and cash. E. pavls & Weber Counties Canal stock. A.lain Ave Mrs. m. Giddlngs. T. Woolley, 2177 Jefferson avenue. M A. Child. 271 Patterson Ave Hell 8 12 ,wk 7-2S-31 m7X. S 11 ltn j NOTICE. Dlds will be received, to be opened August 20th, 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the office of the undersigned, Hoard of Trade building, Salt Lako City, Utah, for the furnishing of 800.-000 800.-000 pounds first quality oats, and 800 tons straight timothy hay, delivery to be made at regular intervals during period of one year from award of contract. con-tract. In submitting bids on above material state price f. o. b. Salt Lake City, giving full particulars as to quality of materials to be furnished. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all bids. P. j. MORAN. Box 783, Salt Lake City. Utah. - NOTICE To Examiner Creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District or the State of Utah, within and for Weber county. In the matter of the assignment of B. R. Bowman and Paul M. Lee, co partners, under the firm name of the ' OKden Morning Examiner." TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN' The undersigned hereby gives notice no-tice of Its appointment as assignee of the estate of M. it. Bowman and Paul M Lee, insolvent debtors, doing business busi-ness under the name and style of "Ogilen Morning Examiner." at Ogden, Og-den, Weber county, Utah, to the creditors cred-itors of, and all persons having claims against said assignors, 1o exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers. In the manner, and within the period of time provided for by law, to the undersigned un-dersigned at No. 319 First National Rank building. Ogden City, Utah. PING REE NATIONAL BANK. Assignee. WIMis & DeVine Attorneys for Assignee, As-signee, No. 301-4, First National Dank building. LEGAL (CDr.'.l.-.ad Ihe right hand fork of the south fork of Ogden River. Weber County. Utah The water will be diverted at a point which lies north 2,701". feet distant troin the northwest corner of Section 31. Township 6 north. Range 1 east, Salt Lako base and meridian, from where it will be eonveved by moans of a pipe line for a distance of 13- 000 feet and there used during the peiiofl from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, of each year, to develop power for the purposo of electric "fighting and propelling machinery at Ogden. Utah. Aftor having been so diverted and used, the water will be returned to the natural channel of the stream, at a point which boars north 59 degrees, 51 minutes west, 2.S40 feet distant from the. southeast corner of Section 34. Township 7 north. Range 3 east. Salt Lake base and meridian. In addition to the quantity of water above specified, applicant Intends to appropriate twenty (20) acre foot of water, which will bo stored during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclu-r.Ivc, Inclu-r.Ivc, of each year, In a reservoir embraced em-braced In Section 31, Township 7 north, Range 3 east, Salt Lake base of meridian. Tho watei so stored will be released whenever needed, during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, at the point first above described and conveyed to the place and used In connection with tho tweuty (20) cubic-feet cubic-feet per second of water. After having hav-ing been so diverted and used, the water will be returned to the natural channel of tho stream at the point last abovo described. This application applica-tion is designated In the State Engineer's En-gineer's office as No. 3011. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons rea-sons therefor, must bo made by affl davit In duplicate and Hied in this office within thirty (30) days after the completion of the publication of this notice. CALEB TANNER, Stato Engineer. Dale of first publication, July 21, 19; 0. Date of completion of publication, August 20, 1910, NOTICE TO WATER USERS. City, Utah, July 14. 1910. State Engineer's Office, Salto Lako City, July 14, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that H. J. Craven, whose postofllce addres3 Is Ogden, Utah, has made application lu accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, as amended by the Sessions Laws of Utah, 1909, to appropriate twenty (20) cubic-feet per second of water Irom the North Branch of the South Fork of Ogden River, Weber County, Utah, Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north 11 degrees de-grees west 2,200 feet from the south quarter corner of Section 23, Township 7, north. Rauge 3 east. Salt Lake base and meridian, from where It will be conveyed by means of a pipe line for a distanco of 12,500 feet and there ued during the period from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, of each year, 10 develop power for the purpose pur-pose of electric lighting and propelling propel-ling machinery at Ogden, Utah. In addition to tho quantity of water above specified, applicant Intends to appropriate twenty (20) acre-feet of water which will bo stored during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, in a reservoir re-servoir embraced In Section 23. Township Town-ship 7 north. Range 3 east, Salt Lake base of moiidlan. The water so fclored will be released whenever needed during the entire year at the point above described and conveyed by means of a pipe line for a distance dis-tance of 12,500 feet and used in connection with the twenty (20) cublc-feot. After having been so diverted di-verted and used, the water will be returned to the natural channel of the stream, at a point which bears north 59 degrees, 54 minutes west 2.840 feet from the southeast corner of Section 34, Township 7 north, Range 3 oast, Salt Lake base and meridian. Thli application Is designated desig-nated In the State Engineer's office as No. 3040. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons rea-sons thereof, must be made, by affidavit affi-davit In duplicate and filed In this office within thirty (30) days after the completion of the publication of this notice. CALEB TANNER, State Engineer. Date of first publication, July 21, 1910; dato of completion of publication. publica-tion. August 20, 1910. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. 3JODFRN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. Utah Camp No 559C. meecs ''ry Tuesday nlRht fit 9 o'clock, at Eagle Hall. I3th St. Vteltlne xr.ombcr lnvKJ to rnrot lth un. V. A. FATIRTS. OunaeL J. H SHAKER. Clerk. OKD1TR OF RAIT-WAY CON DOCTORS. Wn satch Division No. 124. O R - meet I'.cond nnd fourth Krlday at z.a p. m. In K. of P. Hall, corntr Waih-fngton Waih-fngton avenue and tilh street, ah brothers ar cordially Invited to attend. 3EO. ALtt3N. C. C. D. L. BOYLE, ft. an T. MASONIC Queen EMther Chapter No 4. O. E s Tteiriilnf rnetlr.r held at Manorne Hail, f.n Washlrjrtnn avonuo btvcn Jjrenty-firth Jjrenty-firth and Twenty-flxth wtreetu. the nrai and third Friday of each nnry- , ?Z Journlnir member cordially Invited to ""nlMnS. KATE SMrTHERS, W. M-L1LT M-L1LT V. TIALflTEAD. &o r- ROYAL ARCANUM. ...... Fraternal Huncflclary Omer ntn at ion rate. Urjerye fund ov r elx million dollar. Rocky Mount Mil Council No. J "nne on'3f(ln fourth Thumduy at 1. O. O. P. A. HERPl Rjrent j w. WOTHEKSPOON. Collector. GEO. iS. HOBERT8. S-etary. WOME OF V OODCR AFT. Pur. L!' Clrclo No. 174. meots vt ecood :irl fourth MorxUv n'hw at j I11 I. C. O. P. Hall. V lilting- nelnboi cord.Hlly iivttotf TENA NEI-SON. O. N. KATU HEYMAN. Clerk. Hell phone W-T. O. EI.K8. B. J. O. EIVj". OKden Lodire No. Tl. lodse and cliiD room?, eoond Aoo-."' WaaalniftoD avonue. Regular mQ very To1y evenlnc. C. A. BOYD. Exalted Ruler. C. O. DoWOLF, Soretarj '. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. (Continued ) WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. Women of Woodcralt, Ogden Circle Cir-cle 581, meets every Wednesday i.iht at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. Hall Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can be paid at the Reagan Grocery Store, the afternoon of the 2Sth of each r.iontli. ALMA LUDDINGTON. G. X. 59S 12th St. MARIE CR1TES. Clerk. 2731 Monroe Ave. ODD FELLOWS. Ogden Lodge No. 5. Independent Order Or-der of Odd Fellows, meeis II 1 O. F. Hall every Tuesday evening. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to be present pres-ent SIDNEY BAKER. Noble Grand HENRY KISSEL. Secretary. Queen City, Rebekab Lodge, No. 4, I O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting members Invited. , KATE BAILEY, N. O. EMMA MEID. Rcc. Soc'y, 71S 23rd FRATERNAL ORDER OF MOUN-TAINKKR3. MOUN-TAINKKR3. Ogden Cabin No. Ci meets at vne L O. O. y. Hall tho nrnl ml third Fridays Fri-days of each rr-orub. Dues can be paid to secretary at lec-s:antord' no itore. (UAH. T WAPPr.Efi. C. M. WALTER F. COMPTON. Sec'y. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. Fraturnul Order of Katies. Osoea Aerl No. 118. F. ). E.. merte every Wcdnt'n-day Wcdnt'n-day evenlDg at Eiiglo Hall, e.ist of Reet Hot, at i p. m. Visiting Brother Kacles are invited to attend tb Aerl mectina. LEON BROWNING. W. President. E. It. OEtGriX. Secretary DU. N. M. E9TES. Aer'e Thyelclan. WOODMEN OP THE WORLD. Weber Camp No. 74, meets in K. of P. Hall In the Utah National Bank Bldg., every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visltlns Woodmen cordla'.'.y Invited to attend. W. H. DRABBLE, C. C. E. AUTH, Clerk. First National Bunk Bids. KNIGHTS OF PYTHLY9. Ogden iodee No. 3. Knlxhta of Pythias meets at CaMlc Hall, Utoh National Bank bui'.dlng, vvery Monday evening. All Iv. of Pa. roqucittd to meet wltii ua. F. E. ORANT, C C. W. Q. KIND. M. of B. W. L UNOETtWOOD. K. of R A 3. LADIES OF THE NACCABHE& Silver Hive No- 1. I- O. T. M., meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. In I. O. O. F. Hall, 2416 Washington avonue. Visiting members are cordially invited to attend. at-tend. MRS AUDIE aNOELL. L. C. MISS L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K. BROTHEHKOOD fr AMEF.ICAN YOEMPN. Ofden Homestead No. 1C0S meets seo-ond seo-ond and fourth W cdnosday nights. Odd Fellowr', Hall Vlfltlns; Archers cor-dUlly cor-dUlly Invltwl to et with us. W. H. TOLLER, 26 2Ut St.. Foreman. O. E. WILLIAMS. U2 21st St, Correspondent IMPROVED ORDER OF R3DUEN Improve Order of Rodmen, Hiawatha Tribe No. 8. meets In Eagle Hail, every first and third Monday evening ot 7:30 p ra. VUltlnj chiefs cordially cor-dially invited. JAMES MACBETH. Sachem. I E, R. UEIQEIt, C. ol R. a WRIGHT. C. of W. ORDER OF OWLS. Ofden Nest. No. 131! Order e.f Owls, meets every Thursday evening In El! Hall. ea-M of Reed Hotel, at S o'rlocc I Visiting Brother Owls are luvltsd to at-Und at-Und the Next Meatlncs THOMAS LEM IE. President. JOHN Y. MARSHALL. Storetary. No 2JW Washington Ave. ROYAL HIGHLANDlCni. The Royal Highlanders moet the first snd third Mondays st Union Labor Hall.: 1(3 Mth St. Dues can bs paid from S to t. ofUce of O. W. Green, on the Jitn of each month. VJVtlng members or dlaJlY Invited. DAYRE-L D SMITH. I. P. ALICE COLLINS. 8eay and T-a. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. Excelsior Con-.p No. 2140, meets over second and fourth Montlay evnnlnc ps each month at tb ErnrltV Hall, visit Inc members cordially Invited. INDIA SAWYER. Oracle. Jarknon Av. LILLIAN NEWTON. Recorder,, room St, 'wts Block. Ogden Business Directory Advrtlsemori 75c. per line per month, payable In advance. ALVORD &. ANYTHING; BELL 333. 3-S-tt ARCHITECTS. F. C. WOODS d. CO. 1st Nat'l Bank. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. R. S. FARNSWORTH. AttorueyaU Law; 314 aud 3lo Ecclcs bulldins CIGARS AND TOBACCO. THE DEN Cigars aud Tobacco. Pipe doctors. 3-30-tf JUNK. OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have, anr kind of Junk phone us up; v,. will call for it. Bell phone 323-K; lnd. 723. FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone Jacobson. Bell 62C-Z; lnd. 3C03-D IMC 22 MUSIC. OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND. Music furnished for oil occasions, ind. 1134-3724-A. Bell lC'5. 71 If NURSING. NURSING 32S 21st street. S-l-lmo OGDEN HAT WORKS. ! Hats cleaned, reblocked and retrlni-rued. retrlni-rued. bv practical hatter. Fifth floor Lewis Blk. tf I HELP WANTED. FEMALE. WANTED Experienced gv8 to clerk. Basement Wright's S-18-H GIRL for office work: must be accurate ac-curate at figures and neal penman. Apply hy letter only, Mating age. experience, ex-perience, references and salary expected ex-pected to O. D. RjismuRscu, CUv. 8-18-It COMPETENT hoiiBekceper : must be good cook K04 2Sth. st. Bell SS3-Z. S-17-lw RELIABLE girl to assist with housework; house-work; family of iwo; no washing. Address L. S., care Standard 8-1 5-1 wk CHAMBERMAID at the Reed hotel. S-12-tf I A GIRL to wash dishes and help in j kitchen. Poplar Heights, 137 24th street S-8 2wks CIRLS wanted at the O S. L. Lautt- j dry. Union Depot. S-S-f FIRST-CLASS band ironer at American Ameri-can Linen Supply Co. 8-5-tf SITU ATI 0NT WAITED" " FEMALE. EXPERIENCED stenographer desire position. Phono Boll 11 SOX. S 6 lw WANTED Work by the day. Bell Phone 718 V. S-L". 1 wk HELP WANTED """" MALE AND FEMALE. YOUNG men and lady puoils for study, dav or evening. .1. W. Hav-ley, Hav-ley, 41S 1st" Nat, bank. S-18-lwk SITUATION WANTED MALE MAN and wife want hog and chicken ranch to care for. Address Stockman, Stock-man, care Standard. 7 28-lmo Fl5R-PENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES. FITE ROOM house. Inquire 2710 Lincoln. Lin-coln. S 17 lw FOUR-ROOM house and barn for sale or rent. 887 2Mb st. S-17-lw SIX-ROOM house, strictly modern, newly painted and papered, and baru. luquire 1S1 Uord st. lnd. phone 3798 D 8-1 5-1 wk 8-ROOM modem house, good location. CG-T 27th. 8-15-lwk FOR RENT Five-room house 373 Second st Inquire IIJ Washing Ion. w 8-13-1 NEW 7-room modern house, with basement. 2022 Jeff. 8-11 2 wks NINE-room, modern brick, lawn, garden, gar-den, barn. etc.. $25.00; ?lso 4-room house near Su,Tar factory, $10 Apply 2129 Quincy. Tel 1334V. 8 3 1mo FOR RENT. . FURNISHED HOUSES. Fl'RNISHED house, modern. Call between be-tween 10 a. m. and 2 p. rn.. 7'il 22d. 8-1 7-1 w FURNISHED house, modern, 761 23rd street. S 9 lwk for" rent: " UNFURNISHED ROOMS UNFURNISHED rooms, with kitchen, cellar, lights and water, shade trees, on Wash, car line; no chil-; chil-; dren 'bill Parry ve. 7-10-It F0R RENT, OFFICES. SPLENDIDLY furnished private olhce or desk room, 2nd floor Thomas Bldg.. opposite postoflice. Welch & Johnston 8 Hi lwk OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY (Continued. 1 PAINTING & PAPERHANGING. J den HARTOG. Painting and Decorative Deco-rative paperhunging. 928 2Sth Moth phouee. 3-21-if PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. A. FERNLUND Physician and Surgeon; office hours. 10 to 12 a. n:.; 2 to 4 p m.; 340 25th St. Offlc .hones. Bell 513-K; Ind. 515: residence resi-dence C4G Wash. Ind. phone 502. SANITARY WORK. APPOINTED SCAVENGER of UUt. Xo. 2, a'l of the city south of 24th Mreet Dell Phone 324-Z. .Yels McCnrty. r;otf OGDEN SCAVENGER CO., Paul Vi.11 Komen, Prop. 'Phone B?l! 1003 All kinds of scavenger work prompt'y attended to. SECOND HAND GOODS. NEW AND SECOND HAND furnitni", clothing and eboes. bought, sold or. e-xchanged; also trunks and suitcases suit-cases cheap. Bell Phone 1321. 17 1-2 Twenty fifth street 7-9-ly.' TRANSFER COMPANIES. SLADE, successor to Allen Transfer Co. J. C. Slade, lessee. Furniture. Vans and Storage. Office 40S 25th St, Both Phones 321. ALLEN, Baggage, Hack and Bus Lin:, ir-aggage and passenger trausfer a specialty; 112 25th. Both Phones 22. JJOGALONG TRANSFER VAN & Storage Co., moving vans, all klnis transfor work: plsnos a specialty. O."-fice O."-fice 328 1-2 25th St. Phones 283. UPHOLSTERING & REPAIRING ! K. VAN HAMPER'S shop will bo closed till further notice on uccount ol sickDess. 27fi9 Volker ave." 8-8-1 1 READ THE CLA3S. ADS TODAY . FOR RENT. .FURNISHED ROOMS. FraNlsilED houBekeeplng rootot ?g.w Adams. S-lo-ti 1TJRN1SHED front room4 modern; steam heat. 347 2gth et. 8-1 5-1 w 1TQ0-rrnlor hcmscHccepliig. 2813 Washington. 8-17-4- HOltSBKBDPING rooms. 172 22a J- 817-lw HOUSEKEEPING rooms, Grtvnl. 8-l-ltno THREE rooDia, clothes' closot aa pantjr'. 2220 Lincoln rw. 9-16-iwk ' TWO mock i rnlshed rooms for housekeeping. Inquire room 1 Ogden Og-den theater. SlJ-tf TWO furnished htrowkceping room, i 1823 Wash. v 16 TWO furnished rooms for light home-keeping home-keeping and one sleeping rocm 1. 2201 Lincoln. s-lJM wl?. FOUR nice4y furnished rooms for honsekecplng; modern; no children. 274 33rd st o-13-Hvk FURNISHED ROOMS, 235C Wash. 1 ' 8-n-tf FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping, house-keeping, 2613 Wash. S-13-lwk FURNISHED room for gentleman. 3360 Jeff. 2-9-1 mo 3 FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, housekeep-ing, 2137 Grant 8-9-tt OUTSIDE Bleeping rooms, bath, price? reasonable, 3C2 24th. Colonial. S-8-lnio MODERN housekeeping rooms. 227 27th. s-5-lmo HOUSEKEEPING rooms, J2.50 -week and tip. 63C 31st 81-lmo FURNISHED and unfurnished flata, 2G34 Grant 4 16 Gmo TWO FURNlSriD ROOMS for housokeeplng; 465 27th St 9-21-tf for'rent; ROOMS AND BOARD. FURNISHED rooms with board Close In. 2526 Adams. 8-2-1 mo. BOARD and room, 449 2Cth Street G29-tf ROOMS AND BOARD. 2333 Adams. 2 IS tt WANTEDTRO 0MS ANDB 0 ARD BOARD and room in private family, " close In. P. O 428. 8 13 lwk ROOMS and board for students. Call or telephone, giving description and mtea . Ogden Business College. Lewis B?ock. 8-12-tf FORRENt MISCELLANEOUS FEED, Hy, grain and coal yard. Cor-ner Cor-ner Wash. ave. and 21st. L. Zltz-man. Zltz-man. 8 51mo kV ANTED MISCSLL ANE OU S A NICE eadile pony, call at Dee'a Llv. ery on 24th St S 17 tC F 0 RSALE inSEL NEOU S FURNITURE of 22-room boordlng-house; boordlng-house; threeyear lease. 371 224 st. S-17-lw HOU8EHOLD furniture. S19 25th. . S-16-lw-k KURNTTURE for sale. 527 23rd. 8-13-lwk A FINE Jersey bult, also a few Jersey cows. W. S. Read, 111G Wash. ave. S-8 tf PRESS FOR SALE. . Drum cylinder Cottrell press, with folder. Se of bed, 33x47 1-2 inches. . In first clase order. Prints six columns, col-umns, four pages, at ono time. Cheap for cash. Inquire or address the EvenloS Standard. 7-2-tt FOR SALE Old mat. Good to put tinder carpets. Inquire Standard office. tf "FOR" SALE ORT TRADED SMALL todgtnff bouse near dopot No. 2665 Wall ave. lnd. phone 954. 8-13-Imo 1 MONEY TO LOAN: ' MORTGAGES koans on Improved , farm or city property. HUNTER & KENNEDY. 211 First National BWg. 4-3ftf MONEY to' Pr.n oa waiches, dla-mondss. dla-mondss. jewelry, Dee arms, etc Uucle Sam's Loan Offlco, established 188C The MoKt-y Lenders of Ogdea; "78 23th St C. H. Srrita, Prop. " 9-4-lyr rrTOBUY. CLEAN wnit ragk. a Standard office. PLAIN SEWING. DRES8MAKJNG. 2256 Wcf.h. 441 Ind. 7-9-tf ; Lolrt-. ON WEDNESDAY, July 20th, bunch of key, Return to Standard ofllco and rxHve reward. 7-2frlwk ' - 1 j BBOOM RESTAURANT M REMOVED TO VIENNA OAFS SVt 26th St Itaals same prfca as Brom Res taurant. Speclsl Dinner 25c Lunch, from 11 to 4 p. no. .Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. iEE, FOON & TOM. Managers. Q 1 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH. 1910. (Mountain Tlmo.) DENVER &. RIO GRANDE R. R. DiPART. lExpress for tho East 7' 10 To Salt Lako f:tU a m 12 Suit Luke PassoriKr 12: p.m. 2 Atlantlo Limited, cunt 1-?- P "' 4 Atlantic Mall, cast 0: o.m. lUrund Junction Express ! ARRIVE. (Ofden Passoncer 11:28 vni 1 Limited from east.. " lo P si. 6 Chlcaffo Kx. from east 3:W p.m. 1 Ogden Express P m- 11 Local from Sanpete :W P-m- , I LUb and Cal. Cxpross i).30 m. UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO. Tr. I I No. Eaetbound. Depart. 20Ma!l und Express I S.31 a.m. JU.i-'uHt Mall ... 8 :i a 111. j SiLos AnKel,i Limited, daily .12.M P r.i. i 2Ovcrlnd Limited I !:W P m. 1 4 Aliunde Express :5 P rn. No I Westbound. . Arrive. GPassenfccr. , S 35 a.m. 3 California Express 5.45 11 m. 5 FaAt ..Mull ..: 11:17 a ni. 1 lJOvorlnnd Limited I 3.2o p.m. j 7, Los Angelos Ltd., dally 3:5 p ro OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CO. No I North of Ocden. Deport. llButte and Portland 1.13 a.m. 131 Ogden-Malad Motor Car. 8:25a.m. 13ldaho Express 9:10a.m. 3Butto and Tortland 3:M p.m. JljCaclio Vulley I'asnfiisur ... o:S5 pni. 15Yi'llowstono Fark Spec, d.. S.lu i.nu No I North of Ocden. t Arrive. 16Ttillowstono l'urk Hpola!...l 6 10 it.m. iIiutte Express S:V. a in. 24 Portland Express S 3 a.ni. 14jt!tuh Kxpreea 9:05 p.m. 12 Silt Liko I'apsor.i;' '.' -if- J in. 4 Salt Lake Sp.jHal 1 V.Vi p m. 112Malad-Ogdon Motor Car... !.5 p.m. No. I South of OKderi. Depart. lC;7eiwstonc Park 3ooclal....l ( M a m ;,S:ilt ljko Expres 7:15 a.m. 3;' I.ocid for Salt Lako J S:4 a m 24Portland Express jS:10a.m. 12Ccho Valley Kxpress . (10.20 a m W.Kast Mall iU 30a.m. 22 Ov. rbind Limited I 2.34 p.m. 4iS.tlt Lake Sx;cUl 4.5 p.m. fj)s Angeles Llm'td.' dally 3:50p.m. SlJOverland Llmtli-J 3:1' p m. 20haclric ExprohS 5:M p.m. Ssalt Lako Local, dolly 7.30 p.m. 14; Utah Expro.iit 9:15 p.m. No. I South of Ob-hi. I Arrive llButte and Portland 12:55am Sl.Atlantlc Exoress 8 US a m. IS Idaho Express '. W a.m. 23Local, dally 11:15am TLos An(rlef Limited 12:3.'i p.m. 21 4 1 erlan.-l Limited 2:00 p m. 3 Hutlo And Portland J 3:30 p.m 33Locai '4:10p.m. lljCacho Valley Express 5:20 p m. 35 Atlautic Express G: 15p.m. M Local... . 7.05 p.m. 15; Vellowntono Special. diilly.. 7:33 p.m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. No. Westbound. Depart. SPu.eiric Express ... 6:3) a.m 5 Kaat Mall 11:57 a.m. llovorland Limited 3 40 p.m. t; Pacific ExureHe 4:2c' p.m. No. I From West. Arrive. CJAtlaJitlc ExprcM I 6 J0 a.m. 0Fast Mall 1 7 00 a m. 2 Ovcrlund Llmltod I 3 II p.m. 4At!antle Express ( 5 3a p.m Dally except SuDday' I Remember i J Our store nmnber is 24."3 I j Washington Ave. Our Tel- j 1 oplione niimbcr is 3S. I Our delivery system is perfect. Our Drills are tlic best i quality money can buy. It t is to your interest not to for- '; get us when you want a pre- f seriplion filled. Z, : WM. DRIVERS SON ! DRUG CO. ; 2453 Washington Ave. j j Ogden 's Best Drug Store. 1 sa, -'- , ,-Fi."f T--ti-m ?, I . . j IT'S THE Riverdale Flour THAT IS THE BEST. Made by the OGDEN MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Ogden, Utah. fTO.NIGHT 1 LEGAL-NOTICE LEGAL-NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that In pursuance of law and of a resolution resolu-tion and order of the CIt Council, of Ogden City, Utah, passed the 1st day of August, A- D 1910, an election elec-tion la hereby called and will be held In each of the five Municipal Wards : of Ogden. Utah, on the 6th day of September, 1910, for the purpofl ot (.ubmlttiiig to a vote, of the qualified electors as.6hall have paid property tax in Ogden City in the year 190!), the nuenllon whether said City Council Coun-cil shall be authorized, allowed, and permitted to create and Incur a bonded bond-ed Indebtedness of ono hundred thoua an (f 100,000.00) dollars, and Issue bonds of the City of Ogden therefor, to be used for the purpose of constructing con-structing an additional conduit from the sources of water supply In tho Ogden River system to th storage reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks Hysteni; and for the further purpose of constructing additional distributive mains from the storage reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks System throughout various portions of Ogden City. That the following are the places designated for the purpose of holding said election, and which said election elec-tion will be held in each of the Municipal Mun-icipal Wards of Fald Ogden City, respectively: re-spectively: In the First Municipal Ward, at the City Hall; In the Second Municipal Ward, at the Armory Building, No. 329 24th St.; In the Third Municipal Ward, at the Mound Fort School House, No 1200 Washington Avenue; In tho Fourth Municipal Ward, at tho County Court House; In the Fifth Municipal Ward, at the office of the Columbia Club Cigar company, com-pany, 451 25th street That the following persons, who are electors In, their respective wards, pre hereby appointed as Judge of election, elec-tion, to conduct, and who will conduct con-duct said elections in the said respective respec-tive Wards in the City of Ogden: For the First Municipal Ward of Ogdeu City. James Cassin. T. F. Era-mett Era-mett and Mrs. Heber Warner. For the Second Municipal Ward of Ogden City. David W. Evans. Mrs. T. A. Newman and Mrs. D Anderson. For the Third Municipal Ward of sold Ogden City, Nels Anderson. Asael Farr and Mrs. Albert Powers. For the Fourth Municipal Ward of said Ogden City, W. S. Donaldson, Henry Steele and II Goodalo. For the Fifth Municipal Ward of Bald Ogden City. Hattle L. Brown, T. A. Whalen and H. C. Jacobs That the time during which tho polls f.hall he and remain open In each of said Wards in the said election, as abovo stated, shall be from 7 o'clock In the forenoon, continuously, until 11 o'clock In the afternoon of said Cth day of September, 1910. That the amount of Indebtedness proposed to be Incurred by Ogden City, If legally authorized, permitted and allowed to do so by this election. I shall be the sura df One Hundred Thousand ($100 000.00) Dollars, which sum of money shall h used In constructing con-structing a conduit from the sources ! of water supply in tho Ogden River I Svstem to the storage reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks system, and in I constructing additional distributive I mains from sold storage reservoirs to various and districts where needed within Ogden City. Dated Ogden, Utah, this 1st day of Autrust, A D 1910. By order of tho Mayor and City Council. CARL ALLISON. Recorder. Approved this 2nd day of August. 1910. WM. GLASMANN, Mayor. First publication, Aug. 3rd. 1910. Last publication, Sept. 5tb. 1910. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. State Engineer's Office. Salt Lako City, Utah, July 14. 1910. Notice is hereby glvon that H. 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