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|Paper||Ogden Evening Standard|
FOR 'REAL -BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS $2.tio WILL buy northwest corner ALL OR any part of 6 acres fine fruit (ONE EIGHT ROOM HOUSK. large .4th and Jacknon, 76 1-2x14$ 1-2 feeL or garden land In 12th 6treot (lis- lot, ham. room for four Liorses, lots J P. Par sou 8. Broom hotel. S-lS12t trlct; fine water right; terms If do- of hay, wagon One block from bust- 1 sired. J. M. Forristall, -f 1-1 1st Nat. ness :cntcr. Apply P. M. Poulsou. 4 ROOM brick bouse, half block from Bank bldg. 8-Mmo 24-i Washington. 5-26-tf car line. Inquire 513 ICth L 7-231wk $ioo.uo PER ACRE From 20 to So " FOUR-ROOM brick houe. near'raU- rc!fSrlt o 2'to $0 2138,fc0t'. ',,Kn,ce- od"A road district; largo lot. shade trees acres acres N P of SF i! I see - dwelling. In southwest part of town, and lawn; J2.0O0. on part time. Hun- sooo rorcVeAron?5 4 SM,5' ,Wrth monc 450 ter & Kennedy. 211 F.rst Nat. bank. 9 Vo 'vr 1 i VecT " 4 Cftsh ba,an.C 0M .t,m' R F- Bral7" o o ff s r , V o , , , No 110 25th street. 7 1C lwk 8-8 tr All ahme lands on Sand Ridge. T. "" ' 3 N., R. 2 .: well timbered with sage WILL EXCHANGE I have a good brush and cedar. Apply J. F. Parsons. 80 ACRES choicest orchard land at farm. 47 acrc-o. will exchange for Broom, hotel. S-21 tf Orchard Heights, nlso 20 Bhar'8 of desirable city property ani rnr.. E. Davis & Weber Counties Canal stock. T. Woolley, 2177 Jefferson avenue. TWO modern cottages, on ensy terms. M A. Child, 271 Patterson Ave. Bell 7-2S3t Inquire COC 23rd. S-20-lwk 1197X 8 11 lm FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. (Continued.) WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle Cir-cle 3S1, meets every Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. K. of P. Hall. Visiting neighbors invited. Dues tan be paid at the Reagan Grocery Store, the afternoon of the 28th cf each nonth. ALMA LUDDINGTOX. G. N. r.as 12tb St. MARIE CRITES, Clerk. 2731 Monroe Ave ODD FELLOWS. Ogden Lodge No 5, Indeperdent Order Or-der of Odd Fellows, meets In 1. O. F. Hall every Tuesday evening. Visiting brothora cordially Invited to be present pres-ent SIDNEY BAKER. Noble Grand. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. Queen City, Rebekah Lodge. No. 4. I O O. F meets second and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellow9' Hall. Visiting members Invited KATE BAILEY, N. G. EMMA MEID. Rec. Sec'y. "18 23rd FRATERNAL. ORDER OF MOUN-TAIN MOUN-TAIN EE PS. Ogden Cabin No. K meets at tno L O. O. l- Hall the first and thlru Krl-duya Krl-duya "f each month. Dues can x paid to docroLury at Lee-S.anlord's ahoa lore. OTTAfl I,. WAPPLER. C. M. WALTER F. COMPTON. B'.-c'y. FRATKUN L ORDER OF EAGLES Fraternal Order of Exiles. OKien Aorl No. Jl. I". O E.. meeu evry ivdnn day evening at Eaiclo Hail, east of Heed Motel, at S P in Vlnltlng t$r-.ther Eagle are '.nvlled to attend tha Aerie mceuim. L1CON BROWNING. .V. Prcaldont. E. K. GKlGrfa. Secretary DR. N. M. ESTES. Ar' PbvstcUo. Orden Business Directory Advertisements In this column cost 7fc. per line per month, payable lb advance. ALVORD &. ANYTHING; BELL 333. 3-2 tl ARCHITECTS. F. C. WOODS & CO. 1st Nat'l Bank. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. R. S. FAR NS WORTH, Attorney at-Law; at-Law; 314 and 313 Ecclcs building CIGARS AND TOEACCO. THE DEN Clgar3 and Tobacco. Pipe doctors. 3-oo-if DRESSMAKING. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING by the day. Mrs. HatUe Morris, 446 27th. Bell phone 1273-X. 8 19 lw " JUNK. OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have any kind of Junk phone us up; wo will call for it. Dell phone 325-K; lnd. 723. FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone Jacobsou Bell 626 Z; lnd. 3695 D. 11-16-22 MUSIC. OGDEN CITY MILITARY SAND. Music furnished for all occasions.; ind. 1134-372 1 A. Bell 1205. 7-1 If NURSING. NURSING 52S 21st street. 8-1-lnio OGDEN HAT WORKS. Hats cleaned, reblocked and retrlni-raod. retrlni-raod. by practical hatter. Fifth floor Liwls Blk. "-1C tf PAINTING & PAPERHANGING. J. den HARTOG. Painting and Deco-lative Deco-lative paperbanglng. 9'S 2Sth Both phones. t 3 21-tf PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. A. FERNLUND Physician aid Surgeou; office hours. 10 10 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m.; 340 25th St. Offlco I. hones. Bell 515-K; Ind. 515; residence resi-dence 61G Wash. lnd. phono 502. HELP WANTED. r F.MALE. FORK LADY in fl;it work department. Must have expurlonoe. Tiov Inm-dry. Inm-dry. s-20-lwk GIRL for general hou?cwoil;; small house, two in faruily. Apply 22o7 Jefferson. ' ' s-20-tf GIRL for general housework; family of two. COC 2Crd. 8-20-lwk, A CIRL f-r housework, small famllv. Phone 11S7-Z Bell. S-20-lw'k GOOD GIRL f-r general housework; un washing or ironing. First-class wages. 574 24th. S-20-lwk TWO waitresses for Idaho, 25.00 per month Hoard and r:wi. Jones Employment Agency. B'll. 117S; lnd. B.7. S-20U RICLIAP.LE girl to assist wilh hc.r.yo work; family of two; no washing. Address L. S.. can- Standard .vl.vlwk CHAMBERMAID at the Reed hotel. S-12-tf A GIRL to wash dishes and help In kl'.chen. Poplar Heights, I".7 2!th street s-S-2wka GIRLS wanted at the O. S. L. La,:n dry. Union Depot. S-S-tf FIRST-CLASS hand Iroaer at American Ameri-can Linen Siiply Co. S-5 tf SITUATIONS WArlTJiD. FEMALE. WANTED Work by the day. Bell Phone 74S-Y. 8-2-lwk EXPERIENCED stenographer desires position. Phone Bell HSoX. S C lw WANTED. Work by the day. F.rll Phone 74 Y. S -P.-! wk. " HELP VVAN'TSD. MALE. WANTED; Railway mail :krks, jiort-office jiort-office clefUs, cuncrs Euan. inn-tlcos inn-tlcos in v".i 1 3 d'sti'ict In Noxeiub'.r. BI'REAU OF lNnTRl'C'iION, ROCHESTER. ROCH-ESTER. N. Y. S-2'i-lt J.'NITOR for ollico bli.. Ii'ust h:.ve experience and lo able to make small repairs. Apo!y in writing. ".Janitor", ".Jan-itor", Standard Otnee. S-20-lwk 5EX: Learn automobile business. Wages $25 weekly; $10 while learning. learn-ing. We teach bv mail. ROCIIE2-TER ROCIIE2-TER AUTO SCHOOL ROCHESTER. N. Y. 8-20-U HELP WANTED " MALE AND FEMALE. YOI'Xt; men and lady pupils for study, day or evening " J. W. Haw-ley. Haw-ley. 4 IS 1st Nat hank. S-lS-lwk SITUATION WANTED MALE MAN and wife want hog and chicken ranch to care for. Address Stock man. car Stunrinnl. 7-2S Imp PbR'REiiT. UNFUr.MSHEfi HOUSES. FIVE-ROOM modern house, also ? room house, water, lishts and p;n-try. p;n-try. 24s 20th, Bell Pnone. 5m;-Y. S-2o-lwk ONE larce front room, two beds and two single rooms. Modern, 2122' Adams. S-20-lw!; ; NEW 7-room modern ho'.i.-e, with basement. 2o22 Jeff. S-l l-2v. .a THREE rooms and summer kitchen. $S.00. Iui)uirc of DrcJaniaker, 2j5'.i Wash. b l'J 2w FIVE-ROOM houie. Inquire 2T1' Un-colu Un-colu S 17 lw FOUR-ROOM house and burn for .v.ile or rent. SS7 20th st. t.-17-lw SIX-ROOM fti.uso, Ftrictly modern. newly painted and pai-oreil, and barn. Inquire 1S1 3Trd st. Ir.d. phone ITl'SD. S13-lwk S ROOM modern house, gcod location. CC3 27th. S-l 5-1 wk NINPZ-rootn. modern niKk, lawn, garden, gar-den, bam. etc.. $2"..io; ;il?o 4-room house uear Sugar factory, 10. Apply 2l2f Qu crv. Tel 1?:UY. S 3 ln.o FOR RENT. ". FURNISHED HOUSES. SMALL furnished house, 232? Jac-son. Jac-son. S 19 lwk . FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. I"50 bousekeerdng rooms. Jarns. - s-iz-tt NrCoomI M;HmIshc1 housekeial I00ms. Cm range. 330 21th St. S 19 iwk N?ooml.3c ousckeepin3 "- "ltn- S 19 mo amheatL3j7,m S.1W T8?3r?vfaMf0r Iisbt osckeepIng. HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22d , L 8-17-1 w HOUSEKEEPING rt-oms, 23C3 Grant S-lC-lmo TV!nR rma- clo.thc3' closet tin! p.ntry. Lincoln ave. S-K.lwk T?lIfd? 'urnlshed rooms fop housekeeping. inqujro rcom l 0 den theater. TT"i-111' '0sokecplnK rooms. Uatib- 8 1C lw TWO furnished rooms for Hrht hotisa- ,ftD1 oao sleeping room. -01 Lincoln. wk FURNISHED ROOMS, 2356 Wash. 1 8-12-tf rr-aHCD TQOm for gentleman. 2-C0 Jg- 2-9-1 mo 3 FURNISHED rooms for housekeep-ing, housekeep-ing, 2137 Grant. S-9-tf OUTSIDE sleeping rooms, bath, prlcej reasonable. 352 24th. Colonial. i 8-S-lmo MODERN housekeenlng rooms "n7 27th- 8-5-1 m HOUSEKEEPING rooms. $2 50 week and Mp. 53G 31st. S-l-lrno FURNISHED and unfurnished flats. 2C21 Grant. ic f,mo TWO FURXlsTTsD ROOMS fo7 F0SRElfT. " ROOMS AND BOARD. FURNISHED rooms with beard. C!o.;e In. 2526 Admis G-3-1 r;io BOAUD and room, 4!9 2CtU Slrr- r. C-29 tf HOOMS AND BOARD. 2333 Adams. 2-i(;' WA NTED RO OMS AND BOARD ROOMS and board for students. Call or telephone, giving description and n.tes. Ogden Business College, Lewlj Block.. 8-12-lf FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS FEED, Hay, grain and coal yard. Corner Cor-ner Wash, ave. and 21st. L. Zltz-man. Zltz-man. . ' S-5-lmo ANTED LIlSCLV-iiEOUS LADY scheK'l teacher to board and room; half block Jrom High school. 2502 Monroe. 8-2'Mwk A NICE saddle pony, call at IX-o's Llv-ery Llv-ery on 24tb St S 17 tf F 0 RSllln3 CLLixANE OU S PARTY Laving city and must sell entire en-tire household furnishings. Comparatively Com-paratively rew. Can be seen at rear of Pioneer Fruit Co., 2502 Wash. avo. 8-20-1-wk HOUSEHOLD goods and range. Call 2567 Grant Mrs. Coope. S-20-lt. TWENTY Rhode Islund Red Hen3 and 25 pullets. 2uS7 Qulney. S 19 lw GOOD inllch cow. Bell 1024-Y. 8 19 lw FURNITURE of 22-room boarding-house; boarding-house; three-year lease, 371 22d Bt. ' S-17-lw ' HOUSEHOLD furniture. 819 25th. . S-lC-lwk A FINE Jersey bull, also a few Jersey cows. W. S. Read, HH Wash. avo. S-S-tt PRESS FOR SALE. Drum cylinder Cottrell press, with folder. Size of bed. 32x47 1-2 Inches. In first class order. Prints six col- .. nn"aa nt nni flri-.n fhi LEGAL Ogden, Utah, has made application In accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907. ns amended by the Sessions Laws of Utan, 1909. to appropriate twenty (20) cublc-feot per second of water from the North Branch of the South Fork of Ogden Rlvor, Weber Counfy, Utah. Said water will bo diverted at a point which bears north 11 degrees de-grees west 2.200 feet from th south quarter corner of Section 23, Township 7, north, Rrge 3 east. Salt Lake base and meridian, from where It will be conveyed by means of a pipe lino lor a distance of 12,500 feet and there u?cd during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, to develop power for tho purpose pur-pose of electric lighting and propelling propel-ling machinery at Ogden, Utah. In addition to the quantity of water above specified, applicant intends to appropriate twenty (20) acre-feet of water which will bo itored during th? period from Januory 1 to December 31, inclusive, of ench year, In a re-ecrvolr re-ecrvolr cmbracod In Section 23. Township Town-ship 7 north. Range 3 east, Salt Lako base of meridian. The water so stored will be released whenever needed during the entire year at the point above described and convoyed by means of a pipe lino for a dls tance of 12,500 feet and used In connection with the twenty (20) cublcfcet. Alter having been so dl vorted 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 eat. Salt Lake base and meridian. This application Is designated desig-nated in the State Engineer's olllce as No. 3040. All protests against the grafting of said application, stating the rea-rons rea-rons thereof, must be made by affidavit affi-davit In duplicate and filed in this office within thirty (30) days after rbo completion of the publication of this notice. CALEB TANNER. State Engineer. Date of first publication, July 21, 1910; date of completion of publication, publica-tion, August 20. 1910. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. t'toh Camp No. SSrjC, meeis Tudny nlRht n.i S ocloek. at EftKles Hall. :i,th st. Vtnltlng member Invited to mfot lth us I'. A. FARRIR CounacU J. H SHAFER. Cleric ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS- Wasatch Division No IK- O. R-meet R-meet ercond and fourth Fridays at Z-w P- re . In K. of, P. Hall, corn-r Wah-Incton Wah-Incton avnuo and 24th atrcct. Ail brothers are cr.rdl.illy Invited to nttena. 3E6. ALIEN. C C l. L. BOYLE. 8. and T. MASONIC. Quefn Esther Chapter Uo 4. O B- o-Rejpilof o-Rejpilof mctlne held at Maonie Hill. tn Wathlnpten avenue bwtwo'in Ttmy-fifth Ttmy-fifth nnd fwenty-nlxth tree:s. th nril onrt third Fridays of each month, sojourning so-journing member cordially Invited to MRS KATE PMITHERS. W. M-LILY M-LILY V. HAL3TEAP. &cc y- ROYAL ARCANUM-rnitemai ARCANUM-rnitemai Heneflclary Order. Inu.e Hen at low rate Reserve fund over-fix over-fix million dollar. Kocky Mountain Council No. 637 convenes second and fourth Thursdays at 1. O. O. if. HalL P. A HKRDI. Resent.. J. W. WOTHERSPOON. Collector. OEO. B. ROBERTS. Soc-etary. WOMEN OF 'VvOODCRAFT. Peso Ll'y Circle No. 174. moots ever pecond o:iI fourth Monday nlKhts at 3 In I. C O. F. Hall. VUtltlnc nolhbois cord.tf.lly invited. TEN A NELSON. O it. KATE HEY.MAN Clertc. Boll chone ltr-T. B, P. O. ELKS B. P. O. Elk. OKJcn Loddo i'o. 71. lodxe and cluo room?, second Ooor Uli WasAlneton aver.ue. Regular melloti every Tu"(lay ecnlns. C. A. BOYD, Exalted R.iler. C. O DeWOLF. Secretary. ROYAL HIGHLANDERS." The Royal-HiRhlandcrs meet the, first nd third Mondays st Un!on Labor Hall. l"4 2th St. Dues can bo paid Jrom 1 to J, onVo of U. W. Green, on the 2lln of i'dch month. Visiting members cor dlallv Invited. DAYREL D. SMITH. I. P. ALICE COLLINS, flee'y and T-esa. ROYAL NEIGTIDOR8 OF AMERICA. Excelsior Cnrr.r No. 10, meets ?verT second and fourih Mmi'av evnlnc ot i ench month at tb Eojcl's Hall. Visit la msinbera corctlnllv Incited. INDIA SAWYER. Oracle Jarkiton Ave. LILLIAN NEWTON. Recorder., room SI. Jjcwls Block. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of P. Hall in the Utah National Eank ! Bldg, every Thuraday evening at 3 o'clock. Vlsit'ng Woodmen cordlal'.y Invited to attend. W. H. DRABBLE, C. C. E. AUTH, Clerk. First Nutionul Bank Bids. UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH. 1910. (Mountain Time.) DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R. DiPMRT. C;Kxyri tor Nut Zas J:e iV-in. l"To Salt Lnlie I 'i .en a la. JJ.Salt Jrfike 1'iiwntir !2.i'iirn. 5 Atljntlc Limited, tujt I L';of. p in Atlantlc M.HI, ocnt d: ti.:r. .(rund Junction Lxpreps 0:.J .-. ARRIVE. SjOxden Passenger . 11 .m l.nilted from east 2:45 p.m. M'hlr.iso Ex. from east SJip.ra. TjOS'l"1 Express i'iA p.m. U Iborfll (rum iS.inrete Triopra L'Uib and Cal. iCxprsss )i:i0 a.m. UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO. Tr. I a. EsKthound. I Depart. fMnll end Exprow I K.33 n m. l.Fast Mali ... S a m. i Los Amtoles LlmlteJL dally . J 1 2 : fV J p m. i'lOvt-rUnd Limited .1 a.3 pm i Atlantic Exqrees fl;&) p m. No Westbound. Arrlveu 6 rai?enrer I 5j!!o n m. 3 allrornln. Express I ! 15 a m. y'Fost Mnll (11:17 a m ijuverland Limited i 3.2 p.m. VjLos AngeU-s Ltd.. daily.... .j 3.21 P m. Cni-CON SHORT LINE R. R. CO. No. Norlli of Osrdeiv I Depart liriutte snd Portlnnd 1:13 a.m. 13l0d?n-Mald Iotor Car. 8:23am. 13Idaho Express 9:10a.m. 3ita:ie and Portland...., 8 .SO p.m. 11 Cache Valley l'aoscncr... . i.i'i p.m. 15; Vvllo Aatono Purk Spec, d.. S.lo p m. No. North of Ogden. I Arrie. K.Tellnwf tone Pork Special... I 6:10 a.m. ;:Kutto Kxprti S:15 J in. H Portland Expreos 8.W a.m. HL'tah Exprees 9:Ua p rn. i;iSalt Iwike PaRsengcr : a.m. 1 H Salt LJi'je. Bpoelal p m. ltalad-Ogdea Motor 'Jat.... (.3 p.m. No. Booth of Oguen. Depart. IC'Tellwstono Park SdocIiI.. C.30 a-m. I'.Salt Lake Express..' 7:13 o.in. t:iyOcal for Salt Ivilte I S-.) a.m. 24jPortlimd Express S:10a.m KICaclie Valtoy Erpreas. ...... d:Zj o.m. WlFaat MJ1 U-.30 em. 22;Overland Limited t:30 p.m. i, halt Lake kpocUU..v 4:00 pm. ' f Los Angeles Lim'ta. dally 3:50p.m. IS Overland LlnilteJ 3:S0 p.m. M, PacIOc fJxpress , &;5C p.m. ISjSHt Lake Local. dsJIy 7:3)pin. llll.'iah Ejcprv&s .1 9.15 p jr. No I South of Ofrden. Arrive. llButto and Portland 12:65am Jl.Atlantlc Express a.m. 13lduho Express 9:00 a.m. 13 Local, daily 11:13am 7 Los Anifeles Ltmltel...... IS 2S p m. SlDvorland Limited 2:41 pin. 3 Hutte and Portlnnd 3:W p m. S3,Ixcai '4tl0pnx UjCarhe Valley Express.. p.m. 33Atlantlc Express -Span. J5;Loral -7.05 p.m. lj; fellowstone SdocIoI. daily.. 7.&J p.m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. No. Westbound. Depart. leucine Express 6:M e.m. SjFast Mall 11:57 a.ni. IjOverland Llm'.ted 8:41pm. 6,Paclflo Express J 4:20 p.m. No I Frm West. Arrive. J Atlnntlo Express I :M a-rn. llFaet Mali J 7:M a m 2" Overland Limited ,..J 2; p.m. 4'Atlnntlc Exorens 6. Si p.m Dally except Sunday. LEGAL. HAY, STRAW AND OATS WANTED. Sealed proposal for furnishing Op-den Op-den City, the following Hupplles will he received ot the office of the Purchasing Pur-chasing Agent, in the City Hall, at OfTden City, until 5 o'clock p. m on the 29th day of Aug., 1010: 45 tons No. 1 TImoChy hay, state price per ton. loose also baled. 7 tons No. 1 Ftraw, 6tate price per ton. loose, also baled. 26,000 pounds No. 1 oats. Deliver' De-liver' to he made to the Central Firo Station. The rijcht Is reserved to reject re-ject any or all bids, and to waive any defects, Uy order of the City Council. Coun-cil. WALTER J. HGYT, City Purchasing Agent. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Utah, In and for the County of Weber. Harry Andrews, plaintiff, vs. Annie Andrews, defendant. The State ot Utah to the Said Defendant: De-fendant: You sre hereby nummoned appear ap-pear within twenty days after the services ser-vices of this Summons upon you, If served within the county In which this acllon Is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and dGfcnd the above entitled action; and In case of your failure so to do. Judgment Judg-ment will be rendered against you according to the demnnd of the corn-plaint, corn-plaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of tald Court. This action Is brought to obtain a decree of divorce, dlfsolving hc bonds of matrimony now and heretofore hereto-fore existing between you and the plaintiff, and for general relief. N. J. HARRIS. PlaintlfTa Attorney, r. O. Address. 409 First NatT Bank Wdg , Ogden. Utah. NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 278 "of the Compiled Com-piled Laws of Utah. Uu7. and the authority au-thority vested In me by snld section. 1. the undersigned, THOMAS B. r ARlL Treasurer of Ogden Clly. We-h" We-h" County, Utah, hereby give public hotlco that a special tax amounting o $$,970.00 dollars has been levied for siwer district No. 10G for the pur-pose pur-pose of cnnutmctlng pipe Rewers In V Bald dletrlct l.v an ordluance duly Jiassed y the City Council of Ogden t-'ty, Utah, and approved bv tho Mayor or said city on August 10th. 1910, sad axes beim? levied on all of the abut-tn abut-tn property 0n the following Btreets -oruprtsiog said , sewer district No. 1 All that part of Twenty-fifth '"eot from Jackson to Taylor avenues, ave-nues, and Capitol avenue from Van "ren to Harrison avenue. I tim-nX? U r,ayftb,C ln.B '"'I iin!.fltT ' ,BfiU,,mnt becomes de- Jinquen, September 29th, 1010 11 VC.n(1 Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent August loth ltll imT , lB"nment becomes do- lfnnuent August 10th. 1912 Hnnn,0Th ,D8ta""nt becomes delinquent de-linquent August M, ion. The fifth Installment becomes de-linquent de-linquent August ir,D ian ,. Eab ,of W Inr.tallmenU. except the first, shall draw interest at the LEGAL. (Continued.) rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the dato of the leTy as aforesaid, and If any or either of 6id Installments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent, de-linquent, interest thereon shall be 10 per cent per annum, until such delinquent delin-quent assessments arc fully paid. Said tax shall be enforced and collected as in any other case of special tax and if not paid the property on which said levy la made will be advertised and sold according to law. This special tr.s is payable at mv office at the Cltv Hall, Ogden City, Utah. THOMAS B. FARR, City Treasurer, Ocdcn City, Utah. By C T. KoonB, Deputy. Aug. '19. 1910. NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to section 27S of the Compiled Com-piled Laws of Utah, 1907, and the authority au-thority vested In me by said section. I. the undersigned THOMAS B. FARR. treasurer of Ogden City, Weber County, Coun-ty, Utah, hereby give notice that a special tax amounting to $3,560.00 dollars dol-lars has been levied for sewer district dis-trict No. 103 for tho purpose of constructing con-structing pipe sewers in said district by en ordinance duly passed by the City Council of Ogden City, Utah, and approved by tho Mayor of said city on , July 20th. 1910, 6aid taxes being lev-led lev-led on all of the abutting property on the following streets comprising said sewer district No. 103. all that part ; cf Moffit's Lane from Twenty second to Twenty third streets, and Capitol avenue from Qulney to Van Buren avenues. Tho Eald tax is payable in 5 Installments: Install-ments: Tde first Installment becomes de-Lnouent de-Lnouent September 8th. 1910. The second Installment becomes de-linouent de-linouent July 20th, 1911, The third InsLallment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th. 1912. The fourth installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th, 1913. The fifth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th. 19H Each of said Installments, except the first, shall draw Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the date of the levy as aforesaid, and if any or either of said Installments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent, de-linquent, interest thereon shall be 10 r.cr cent per annum, until such delinquent delin-quent assessments are fully paid. Said ta: shall be enforced and. collected as in any other case of special tax and if not paid the properly on which said levy is made will be advertised and sold according to law. This special spec-ial tax Is payable at my ofllce at the City Hall. Ogden CI: v. Utah. THOMAS B. FARR. City Treasurer, Ocden City, Utah By C T. Koons. Deputy. ' Aug. 19, 1910. NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 27S r.f the Compiled Com-piled Laws of Utah. 1907, and the authority au-thority vested In me bv said section, I, the undersigned THOMAS B. J FARR, Treasurer of Ogden City. We- I ber County, Utah, hereby give public notice that a special tax amounting to J3.93GC1 EMlars has been levied I for PavlLg District No. 101. for tho ! purpose of constructing raving. Curb I and Sewer in said district by an ordi- j nance duly passed bj the City Coun , ell of Ogden City. Utah, and ap- : proved by the Mavor of said Cltv on July 20th, 1910, said taxes being levied on all of the abutting property I on the following streets comprising i Paving District No. 101: Canal Alley from 21th to 26th Streets. The first Installment bomee delinquent delin-quent September Sth. 1910. The second Installment lecomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th, 1911. The third Installment becomes de- 1 linquent July 20th. 1912. I The fruirth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20tli. 1913. The fifth Installment becomes delin-quent delin-quent July 20th, 1914. The sixth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th. 1915. The seventh installment becomes delinquent July 20th. 191C. The eighth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th, 117. The ninth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent -uly 20th, 1918. The tenth InsLallment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 20th, 1913. Each of s&ld Installments, except the first, shall draw Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the date of levy a aforesaid, and If any or either of said Installments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent. de-linquent. Interest thereon shall be 10 per cent per annum, until such delinquent delin-quent assessments are fully paid. Said tax shall be enforced and collected col-lected as iu any other case of special tax and if not paid the property prop-erty on which said levy is made will be advertised and sold according to law. Thl3 special tax Is pavable at mv office at the City Hall, Ogdn City, Utah. THOMAS B. FARR, City Treasurer. Ogden City, Utah. By K. T. Koons, Deputy. J Aug. 19, 1910. NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 27S of the Compiled Com-piled Laws of Utah, 19u", and the authority au-thority vested in me by said section, I I. the undersized. THOMAS B. FARR, Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber We-ber County, Utah, hereby givo public notice that a special tax amounting to $0.192 59 Dollars has , been lev.ed for Sldowalk District No. 109 for tho purpose of constructing Concrete Sidewalks in said district by an ordinance ordi-nance duly passed 'by the City Council Coun-cil of Ogden City. Utah, and approved by the Mayor of said city on July 10th. 1910, said taxes being levied on all of tho abutting property on the following follow-ing Streets comprising said Sidewalk District No. 109: AH that part of LEGAL. (Continued.) Blnford Avo. from Qulney tn Jackson Avenues; west side Jackson Ave. 25th to 26th Streets; both aides Jackson are., 20 to 27th Streets; both sides of 2Gth Street, Qulney to Jackson avenues av-enues (except school property) ; south side 26th Street, Jackson to Van Buren; Bu-ren; both sides of 26th Street. Van Buren to Harrison, and both sides of 27th Street, Monroe to Jacksou Avenues. Av-enues. The said tax Is payable in. 5 install-k install-k nients: j The first installment becomes delln-I delln-I quent September 29th, 1910. ! The second Installment becomes de-j de-j linquent July 10th, 1911. I The third Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 10th. 1912. The fourth Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent July 10th, 1913. The fifth Installment becomes de- linquent July 10th, 1914. j Each of said installments, except the first, shall draw Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, 1 from the date of tho levy as aforo-. aforo-. said, and if any or either of said Installments In-stallments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent, interest thereon shall bo 1J per cent per annum, until such delinquent assessments are fully ' paid Said tax shall be enforced and collected as In any other case of : special tax and If not paid the prop-1 prop-1 erty on which said levy Is made will j l.c advertised and sold according to 1 law. This Bpecial tax is pavable at ' mv ofllce at the Clly Hall, Ogden City, Utah. THOMAS B. FARR. City Treasurer, Ogden City, Utah. By E. T. Koons, Deputy. Aug. 19,1910. NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 27S of the Corn-piled Corn-piled Laws of Utah, 1907, and tho authority au-thority vested in me by snld section, I, the undersigned. THOMAS B. FARR, Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber We-ber County, Utah, hereby give public i notice that a special tax amounting to $1, 495.00 Dollars has been levied for Sewer District No. 105 for the purpose pur-pose of constructing Pipe Sewers in I said district by an ordinance duly passed by the City Council of Ogden City, Utah, and approved by the Mayor of said City on August 10th, 1910, said taxes being levied on all of the abutting property on the following Streets comprising said Sew er District No. 105: All that part of 27th Street from Madison to Jefferson Avenues; 26th Street from Qulney to Harrison Avenue; Blnford Av. from Qulney to Jackson Avenues; Jackson Ave. from 25th to 27th Streets: Qtilncy Ave from 26th to 27th Streets; 21st Street from Jackson to Harrison Ave.; Oak Street, Jackson to Harrison Ave., and Svashington Ave. from 20th Street to Ogden River Bridge. The said tax is payable in 5 installments: install-ments: The first installment becomes delinquent delin-quent September 29th, 1910. The second Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent August 10th, 1911. The third Installment becomes delinquent de-linquent August 10th, 1912. The fourth installment becomes delinquent de-linquent August 10th, 1913 j The fifth installment becomes de-; de-; linquent August 10th, 1914. I Each of said installments, except j the first, shall draw interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, ' from the date of the levy as afore-j afore-j said, and if any or either of said In-I In-I stall ments shall be unpaid when they I become delinquent, interest thereon j shall be 10 per cent per annum, until such delinquent assessments are fully paid. Said tax 6hall be enforced and collected as In any other case of special tax and if not paid the property prop-erty on which said levy Is made will be advertised and sold according to law. Th'.s special tax Is pavable at my office at the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah. THOMAS B. FARR. City Treasurer, Ogden City, Utah. By E. T. Koons, Deputy. Aug. 19. 1910. PROBATE AND I GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES. l Consult County Clerk -zr the Respee , tive Signets for Further Informat.on. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District court of the Second I Judicial district, in and for tho county , of cber. state of Utah. I Eatate of Henrietta Theresa Kiesci, ! deceased. ' Creditors will present claims with I vouchers to the undersigned, at the I law offices of Joseph Chez, Esq , at 1 rooms 403 and 104 First National Bank building, Ogden, Utah, on or before be-fore December loth, 1910. J. FRED KIESEU Sole Executor. Joseph Chez, Attorney. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that In pursuance of Jaw end of a resolution resolu-tion and order of the City Council, of Ogden City, Utah, passed the 1st day of August, A. D. 1910. an election elec-tion Is hereby called and will be held in each of the live Municipal Wards of Ogden. Utah, on the 6th day of September, 1910, for the purpose of submitting to a vote, of the qualified electors as shall have paid property tax In OKden City In the year 1909, the question whether said City Council Coun-cil shall be authorized, allowed, and permitted to create and Incur a bonded bond-ed Indebtedness of one hundred thona-an thona-an ($100,000.00) dollars, and Ihsuo bonds of tho City of Ocden therefor, to be used for the purpose of constructing con-structing on additional conduit from tho sources of water supply in the Osden River system to the storace reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks i pystem; and for tho further purposo LEGAL, f Continued) of constructing additional distributive mains from the storage reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks System throughout various portions of Ogden City. That tho following are the places doslenatcd for the purpose of holding said election, and which sa.d election elec-tion will bo held In each of the Municipal Mun-icipal Wards of said Ogden City, respectively: re-spectively: In the First Municipal Ward, at the City Hall; In tho Second Municipal Wnrd. at the Armory Building, No. 329 24th St.; In tho Third Municipal Ward, at the Mound Fort School House, No. 1200 Washington Avenue; In the Fourth Municipal Ward, at tho County Court House; In the Fifth Municipal Ward, at tho office of the Columbia Club Cigar company. com-pany. 451 25th street That the following persona, who am electors In their respective wards, are 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 Ogden City. Jame6 Cassin, T. F. Era-mett Era-mett and Mrs. Heber Warner. For tho Second Municipal Ward of Ogden City, David W. Evans. Mrs. T. A. New man and Mrs. D Anderson. For tho Third Municipal Ward of said Ogdon City, Nels Anderson. Asael Farr and Mrs. Albert Powers. For the Fourth Municipal Ward of said Ogden City, W. S. Donaldson, Henry Steele and H. Ooodale. For the Fifth Municipal Ward of said Ogden City. Hattle L. Brown, T. A. Whalen and H. C. Jacobs. That the time during which the polls shall be and remain open In each of said Wards in the said election, as above stated, 6hall be from 7 o'clock In the forenoon, continuously, until 11 o'clock In the afternoon of said Ctb 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 thli election, shall be the sum of One Hundred Thousand ($100.0-0 00) Dollars, which sum of money shall be used In con etructlng a conduit from the sources of water supply Sn the Ogden River System to the storage reservoirs of the Ogden Waterworks system, and in constructing additional distributive mains from said storage reservoirs to various and districts where needed wlthlu Ogden City. Dated Ogden. Utah, thl3 1st day of August. A. D. 1910. By order of the 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. Sth, 1910. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. Slate Engineer's Office. 3alt Lake City. Utah, July 14. 1910. Notice Is hereby given that H. J. Craven, whose postofflce address Is 1 Ogden. Utah, has made application In accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, ai amended by the Sessions Laws of Utah, 1909, to appropriate twenty (20) cubic-feet per second of water from 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 2.70C feet distant from tho northwest corner of Section 31, Township 6 north, Range 4 east. Salt Lako base and meridian, from where it will be conveyed by means of a pipe line for a distance of 13,-000 13,-000 feet and there used during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of ench year, to develop power for the purpose of electric lighting and propelling machinery at Ogden, Utah. After having been so diverted and used, the water will bo returned to the natural channel of tho stream, at a point which bears north 69 degrees, 54 minutes wc3t, 2,840 feet distant from tho southeast corner of Section 34. Township 7 north. Range 3 east, Salt Lake base ond meridian. In addition to the quantity of water above specified, applicant intends to appropriate twenty (20) acre feet of water, which will be stored during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, Inclu-sive, of each year, in a reservoir embraced em-braced In Section 31. Township 7 north. Range 3 east, Salt Lake base of meridian. The watet 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 the twenty (20) cubic-feet cubic-feet per second of water. After having hav-ing been so dlvertod and used, the water will be returned to the natural channel of the stream at the point last above described. This application applica-tion Is designated In the State Engineer's En-gineer's office as No. 3041. All protests against the grantlns of said application, Btatlng the reasons rea-sons therefor, must be mado by affidavit affi-davit In duplicate aud Died ! this office within thirty (30) days after the completion of the publication of I (his notice. CALEB TANNER, J Stale Engineer. Date of first publication, July 21, 1910. Date of 1 completion of publication, August 20,' 1910. ; . NOTICE TO WATER USEES. City. Utah. July H. 1910. State 'Engineer's Office, Salto Lako City, July 14. 1910 Notjce Is hereby clven that H. J. I Craven, whose postofTlce addrebi la SANITARY WORK. APPOINTED SCAVENGER of Dlst. No 2, all of the city south of 2llh ureet. Bell Phono 321-Z. Nels McCarty. 5 -10 tf OCDEN SCAVENGER CO., Paul Via Komen, Prop. Phone Bell 100.. All kinds of scavenger work proiupt'y attended to. SECOND HAND GOODS. NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture, clothing and shoes, bought, sold or exchanged; also trunks and suitcases suit-cases cheap. Bell Phone 1321. 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth street. 7-9-ly.' TRANSFER COMPANIES. SLADE, successor to Alien Transfer (.?. J. C. Slade, lehseo. Furniture, Vans and Storage. Office 408 25th St. Both Phones 321. ALLEN, Baggage. Hack und Bus Lin'-. Baggage and passenger transfer a bpcclalty; 412 25th. Both Phones 22. 1 I JJOGALONG TRANSFER VAN t J Storage Co., moving vans, all klnJs j transfer work; pianos a specialty. Of 1 I flee 328 1-2 25th St. Phones 283. i I UPHOLSTERING & REPAIRING j K. VAN KAMPER'S snop will be I closed till further notice on account j Of blckness. 2709 Volker ave. 8-S-lt FURNISHED house, modern. 761 2.1rd street. S 9 lwk " JPOR RfiNT. - - - - UNFURNISHED ROOMS. UNFURNISHED rooms, with kitchen, cellar, lights and water, shade trees, on Wash, car line; no cbil- drtn. 366 Parry ave. IjV'1 FR-RENT, OFFICES. SPLENDIDLY furnished private office or tlesk room. 2nd floor Thomas Bldg.. opposite postoffice. Welch & Johnston 8 16 lwk BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEST little restaurant m Ogden; doing do-ing flue business. Call 22S1 Wash-inyton Wash-inyton Ave. i..Si"2""7t plTdT" sewing: ' DRESSMAKING. 2356 Wash. 441 Ind. T-3-tf ; lost. I BLACK DOG, bulldog collar on. shop- ! herd order. Reward given. Call a: ' 2739 Madison. S 15 3t 1 GOLD bracHft In Ogdn Canyon. Return Re-turn to 2627 Jefferson Ave. Reward. . I ' J S 19 lw ON' WEDNESDAY. July 2nlh, Inch of keys. Return la Standard offe nnd receive reward. 7-26 -lvk I JUlliH, 1UUI J"'r -i - - m.v.ty for caf.ii. Inquire or addrc3S - tho Evening Standard. , 7-2-tf FOR SALE Old mau. Good to put imdcr . carpets. Inquire Standard office j " FOR SALE OR TRADE. ' SMALL lodging houe neer depot. No. "CCJ'Wall ave. Ind. phono 9"!. S-l 3-1 mo MONEY TO LOAN. " ' 1 MORTGAGES txjans on Improved farm or'city property. HUNTER & KENNEDY, 211 Urst Nutioual Bid- 4-30-tt JIONEY to lrrn on watches, d!ii-mondujr. d!ii-mondujr. 'jewelry, firearms, ic. Uncle Sam's LoaD OfHco, vstablishc-3 1SS5 The Mo:.ty Lenders of Ogdoa; "7S 25th St C. H. Smith. Prop. 9-4-lyr . "forexchange; 3 HORSE to trade for a. good cow. J. B ' Foulger, at I. L. Clark & Sons Co. S 19 lwk WANTED TO" BUY. CLEAN white rag al Standard offlco. 12-17-tf 'found". WATCH Owner may have some by paying for advertising. Call at Dr. Ccnroy's office. 6-lS-tX 4 KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS Ocden Lodfi Wo. 2. Knlhj nt PytWo meet at Castle Hall, ttatt N.it.-iml Bank bulldlnx. very Monday uvenng. All otf I' m. rcyueutoU to met', wJUi ua. F. E. OR ANT. C. C. W. O. KIND, M. of B. W. L. TJNDEitVOOD. K. of R. 4 9. LADIES OF THP3 MACCABEES. 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 avenue. Visiting ! members ars cordially invited to attend. at-tend. MRS. apDIE aNOELL. L. C. MISS I JENNIE PROUT. R. K. BROTHERHOOD Or .vMEP-ICAN YOEMVN. Ogden Itomemend No. IMS meet eo-end eo-end and fourth Wednesday niRhte. Odd Kellowp" lio 11. Ylnltln Archers cordially cor-dially invljeil to niet with ua. W. H TOLLER. C5 21et St., Foreman. O. Y-. WILLIAMS. 132 Ust St., C'orrenpondent. -IMPROVED OHDER OF KE.OMEN. Improved Order of Kedrnen, Hiawatha. Tnbc No. 3, meet In Easl Hail, every first nnd third Monday evening at 7:20 p- m. Vlblllng chiefs cordially cor-dially Invited JA Mh'H MAfBKTH, Sarhom. E. P. V.5KIGER. C. of R. 8. WRIGHT. C. of W. ORDER OF OWLS. Ocden NeM. No 1111 0l:dr,0,0 meom every Thursday evening In Hall, eojit of P.eed Hotel. t t o etoc. Vlltlpe Brother Owli ore Invited to attend at-tend the Nest Meetlnc- . THOMAS LEdLtE. President. JOHN if. MA H SHALL. Secretary. No. SMS Washington Ava.