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S j , FOR SALE
FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO.
I'.EST buy In Ogden. The benutiful nine
room home. 631 Twenty-sixth. 66x140.
,-jivonicnt pnld. Nn-resldent owner. Act
niuck. J 1200.
Small throe room, lot 53xl9S foot. $950
specials pnld. Phone M3. 22S5-W. 501
'IVE room nnd bnth. flrto location, on
rwonty-seventh. $3000. Terms. Owner
Frank Garner. 2730 Madlgon. f
FIVE room cottage 23-10 Childs. 532
TEN', 20 nnd 60 acres of dry land. P,nrl.,,n
whaat nnd lucerne: ouUsIdo of city limits.
Water 16 to 20 feet dcop. 1340 Washln-
STOF! LOOK! CONSIDER!
WHEN buying or selling property, ciill on
V L Porter. Real Estate. Basement 23.(
Wnnhlngton Avo. Phone 1S76.
WE hnve ft. very attractive price or. n pood
pnylng Apartment house for n fw days.
Kasy terms. Thos. Auld. under First Na
tional bank. 0J'
FIVE room modoro pressed brl'jk. doo J In.
op bench. Price JC500. Good terms W III
trVke a home worth about 53000 In trade, i
Thos. Auld. under First National bank. i
FIFTY acres of land, one' mile north of I
( '(Klcn. Part In alfalfa. For particulars ad- (
-Ucaa XX. care- Standard. i
HY OWNER Eight acres of land, good ,
nter right on cast Fourth street, in-,
nnlro 438 Washington , abN
TWO vacant lots between Qnlncy h nd
lackz-on avenues, south side of Twcnt--,-rond
street, west of Twenty-second i
Mieet. Mall offer to owner. Ed HHe .
Ij-.wrcncc. Kan.. 130 Kentucky troot-570
FARMS FARMS " '
LIFTED TODAY 20 acres of tho very
Uil innd? loam soil In the Clinton ids- ;
riot; 5 Pnnros water Davis and V obex
Alia I. excellent location, cloao io school. ,
hurch. etc will soli quick. Sco u? Im-
VWe"havc 50 acres of A-l hay land close j
to Davis nnd Weber canal, no
shares water and other water This Js
ibsltlvcly one of the very best bujs xe
avc evor offered for salo. SPaOO: term..
SMITH & FLINDERS CO. . I
Over Commercial National LanK
if J FROERER & FOWLES
- J , Five room modern house In south part
I I of town. Largo lot. 53250; terms.
I 1 Four room brick in north part of town.
If Thla house Is completely furnished with
' I new furniture. Bargain. 53.50.
Eight room modern brick, close in. iticc
only $5500: terms. ... . it,.,
Five room modem brick close-in on the
1 bench: hot water heat. The owner o
i this place la leaving town and must sell
M at once. Price $5000 tinnn-
Now five room modern close In. $4uuu.
irmS' FROERER & FOWLES
t Real Estate and Insurance Phone Jir
i C;OOD residence on Washington avenue,
well located, eight rooms; too largo a
house for owner. Can give terms or v. III
rado for smaller rosidonco Prlc JMOO.
i i Also a goo'l residence lot on A asiung-
ton avenuo; 50 feet front Price 500
Also other good buys of residence prop
erty and vacant lot? .,
R. P. HCNTER , ,Pn r
(31 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 1S03-J
THREE acrc3 garden land. Phono 1514-
IVP: room house, bath room, sleeping
porch, garage, also piano and chickens.
ice owner. 1421 Twenty-fourth street.
v;l LRGE two story modern cement, well
hunt apartment house, four apartments.
sleeping porche3. full basement also se
& . en room brick with barn .orchard and
& garden. Easy terms. Inquire 2G12 Mon-
m roe. 1
H FIVE acres alfalfa, berries, fni It. garage.
4S3 7 rom modern brick, can keep 400 hens
Thlrtv-second and Qulncy. Terms. Phone
2371 -M. 0'
' A SNAP Elht room frame modern cx-
r' ccpt heat: lot 60x150: pavement paid .
! most beautiful location in city. $4200 buys
v. .liia. Phono 913 2255-W. 6
rs ACRE farm: one of the best in Weber
f county. located In Tleasant View, good j
! improvements and Plenty, of water; furm
' mplcments included. $10,000 cash will
, handle farm. Kelly & Herrlck. 464
I 3Y OWITER Corner lot 116xllS fc;t.
I Twenty-second and Reeves avenue
f Phono 3076. . j
I BY OWNER Nice four room brick.
largo lot. one-half block off "WashlngUn.
i Phone 2S01-M. il j
i ORCHARD farm, improved. Phone S-J-2 .
: f BEVEN room modern, large !oL 4 IS Seo
, ond Street. 2o3
ILVNDSOME NEW MODERN HOME,
of pIx rooms: all hardwood floors, gum
and enamel finish; buffet kitchen, break
fast alcove; mantel and book cases: fur
si,". ' naco heat; cement basement, all partl
' 4 tloned off: the classiest home of Its size
J in citv. Located 1371 Twenty-fifth.
. v . 3S05
' ' SWANER
t CHOICE building lots on North Washing
ton; newly paved street; wo furnish mon---c
to build. Also choice cheap lots, close
to paved streets; easy terms; no paving
tax. W. B. Wcdell. 24 CS Washington .
BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
7VE havo a large list of irrigated farms
or pale or trnde. Write or sec WONES ,
UR1SWOLD INV. CO., Burley. Idaho
H ' St-v-room nriCK nouat. i. i.z oiocks from
iWaah on bench, with chicken run und
garare. Sncp at $2o0. Terms at No. 411
24th StrooL 23S4
MODERN home; canaries, rabbits. Phono
5-ROOM modern brick bungalow, hard
Z) 'vood fioors. fireplace and all moorn con
: . veniences. This house ts only a half blocJc
) . from car line on bench. If you are looking
i . for a real cozy home, call S160-R. 3-13-tf
y, . 1-ACRE, 6-room modern house, chicken ,
, supply, mixed fruit. Phone 2S89-W.
jf ; . 3-24-lmo I
" 3-ROOM modern, furniture, piano. Seo j
, owner, C2S 22nd strcot. Phono 2333.
I ; , MODERN house, which will furnish a
' i good homo and also an income of $23 a
J j ' month. Now up to date player piano at a
bargain for cash. 743 "Washington ave
; at 550
jl KOUR room brick house, pantry, closet,
ji , ileoplng porch, lot CCxl68. facing Washing-
'. '.on avenue. Apply 016 Washington ave
. J ; nue. Phono 2833-W. 519
i (3750. One and one-half acres, four loom
. if frame house, light, water, fruit, ideal lo-
t ! ration. Two blocks from car line. 570
'( . seventh street. 378
(hi IV YOU want a place whore you can rc-
j auce the high cost of living by having
1 1 'our garden, cow, chickens fruit, etc.
( ind escapo the city taxes, then I liave tho
, ! place; 2 acres of la,nd. 6 room modem
M'ick bungalow, hardwod floors, hot wat
; ; v- furnace. block from car line. Phono
T)wncr, 2-R-l. 402
iWXp building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
; fc.Qt t0 n,le': WHI sell this lot for
JoOO: canh or terms to suit. If Interested
in a good buy, call 3160-R. 3-13-tf
HOMES, farms, ranches and loans. Let us
?yw you. Ogden R E. : Eldg. Co.. 2438
Uashlngton Ave. Pliono 37S; under Postal
:i' ? room frame house on bench. .$2500
;i I room framo house on bench S35C0
I room frnnie house, R. R. district. .$3000
5 room modern brick on bcncji $6000
; 10 room modern double brick $0000
10 room modern elegant home closo
. . In .... .-..$00001
I . . KELLY fc HERRICK 313
h - iFOi s AhT' or cafih- h-v owner, ticwly fin-
J , Islied. strictly modern four room framo
house, we ! located on bench. i block I
: ? t from car line. Phone 2707 or 933." ISO
m ? , FARM BARGAIN.
If. Uh- nnvc listed for immcdlatu sale 32
Sa 0lc,e hny bcet' fn,lt and tomato
' ,ind 3, shares water. 7 room modern
tr l,un,lc;Jarnu- Poultry houses. Implements.
vltuatcd 20 minutos from Ogden on state
macadBtnlzcd road. Price $18,000. $9000
cash; five yearn balance 7 per cent
ALFRED E. STRATFORD. "
Basement Broom Hotel. Phone 2304-.7
. FOR SALE Real Estate j
THE OI'ARANTY MORTGAGE CO
Phono 2fl-;si 416 Twenty-fourth
,FOt'R ROOM MODERN
comont basement. Inrge lot. close in,
. otith part of city. $S400; terms
)FIVE ROOM MODERN
i home In first class condition, and in
J good location. Price $3000. $1000 --aah.
I Balance $25 or more per month.
SIX ROOM MODERN
on tho bench, furnace boat, first clasc
fnragxj. and driveway, good basement.
I FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW
has gum wood finish, hardwood floors,
furnaco boat, enamel kitchen nnd bath,
garage, on paved street with all special
I taxes paid. $5800: torms.
' THIS GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
Phone 2S0-2S1 116 Twenty-fourth
TWO modern houses, lot 3x10. 555 Twcn
, tieth atreqt. 251
BY OWNER Four room bouse, hot and
i cold water, lights. large sleeping porch,
small cellar, fruit trees. lawn, large corner
, lot. A snap at $1900 for quick sale. Inq.
23 Jefferson We. KIssal. 426
i TEN room modern brick, three room
apartment on bench, paved street, car
lllne. Phon- 2347-J. 200 j
f fofTsale 1 ;
i Poultry and Eggs I1
FOR baby chirk.- rail R. A. Scger. 3137)
Jefferson. Phone 2852-J. 5SJ j
POULTRY any quantity any time. We:
buy and soil. Western Grain it Fecd Co ,
Phone 1243. 2351 Washington. 590
WE have plenty of baby chicks, prices 14 !
to 20 cents. Walker Feed Co. 431 1
u H1TE i-ckln duck eggs. CiM Thirty-!
firat street. 370 '
THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island eggs for)
hatching. Phone 2711-J. G. C. Kimes. 350 !
Ninth street. 260
EGGS for hatching. Putc bred Black Mi- '
norca nnd Rhode Island Red. 633 Scv- ,
onth street. Phone 2135-M. 7
RHODE Island Reds nnd Shepard's strain
Anconi e&-gs. $1.50 setting. Phone 357-M. I
i iiiiuz ami n line iegnorn eggs lor naicn-
I 1 ing: also breeding etock. Call Bramwell.
HATCHING eggs from heavy laying
1 White Loghornfl. $1.50 per 15; $9.00 per
, 100. Phone 2121-R, 3310
; wa?JTed j
1 To Buy
VE BUY. raise, and sell fur-bearing rab
bits and other fur-bcarlng anlmnls. List
f what you liave with us. stating your low
! est prices on largo lot shipments. The
' Fur & Specialty Farming Co.. 515-517 N.
' P. Avenue.. Fargo. N. D. 212
I j WE hrive cash customers for desirable
;city and farm lands. List your property;
with reliable people. Kellcy & Herrlck.
FRESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry.
Will come to your yard to buy. Phone
1 2537-R. Peart Bros., 3421 Adams avenue. I
I Ogden. Utah. 3867 j
WE BUY all cars regardless of condl- .
tion. Auto Salvage -u. 234S Grant Ave. I
CLEAN: rut,s wanted in the Standard
I Overland touring, 30 hp $100
j Overland touring. 35 lip. , ?C00
Willys Knight roadster ....$1000
Cadillac 7 passenger 8 cyl ....$1500
Ford touring $350
(Saxon roadster $250
These cats are overhauled and in good
running condition. Let us demonstrate to
BROWNING AUTOMOBILE CO.
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO.
2317 Hudson avenue. Phone 160
1917 Studcbakcr. six cylinder $850 '
l:H7 Rco. six cylinder $950
1917 Paige, six cylinder $l2Ti
1917 Maxwell touring car $375
1916 Mctz touring car $150
PY OWNER 1319 Chevrolet 4-90; excel
lent condition every way. Save 30 per
cent. Phone 2451. 577
CHEVROLET 4-90 model; almost new
Read Auto Top Co. 578
i SEVEN passenger Studebaker automobile.
''IS model. New battery, new top, motor
Just ovei hauled and newly painted. Phone
C. R. Garver 1S16. 576
FIVE passenger Rco car, cheap. 46S
I Twenty-second street. 526
, FORD touring car. first class condition. I
j $375. Phono 2951-J. 525
I AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap. Apply 2853 j
Washington avenue. lyi
FORD bug. Mack-Robinson Garage.
CHEVROLET. 4-90. 191S model. A-l con
dition; owner leaving" town. Phono 14S8
FORD touring car, good condition. Phone
FIVE passenger 1920 Maxwell; extra
equipment. Call 3221-J. 367
1917 Model N Hupmoblle, five cord tires,
new paint Job. seat and covers.
1015 Model 37L Buick, new tires, new
1017 four cylinder touring: like now.
191S one-ton Studebaker truck.
All in first class mechanical condition.
PACIFIC-NASH MOTOR CO.
22Q0 Washington Avenue
TWO light Fords (express bodies); Max
well touring $225, Haynes Chummy. Sav
ago Motor Co., 2354 Hudson avenue. 4012
'WONDERFUL car lor sale, cheap. 2348
WHY not buy an exchange car? Now is
the time to buy.
Two Fords. '14 and '16.
Two -Maxwells, '16 and '17.
One Chalmers, 6-30.
WEBEP.-TAYLOR AUTO CO.
2333 Hudson Phono 143
! FOR SALE or will tradr for oar. 191S
i Studebaker with panel bod, 1916 Oakland
touring car, $350. 2312 Monroe. 590
WILL trade or sell team and harness:
new double seated buggy. 125 Second
street. Phone 2165-N-J. 562
FOR SALE or trade for city property, 2V
acres land with 0 room house and barn"
located in country on car line. Call 45-R-l
ONE-HALF acrv. in peaci.oe, nearly loo
trees, $660, caah or terms, or will trade
for good automobile. 411 24th St. 23S5
GOLD chain and lavallcr, set with largo
opal; lost on Twenty-fifth between Madi
son and Hudson avenues. Valuable as
keepsake. Phono 017 or call at 2409 Hud
j xon. Reward. 657
GOLD wrist watch with green lace, be
tween Lincoln avenue, and high school
Finder call 2528. Reward. 524
WHITE Spitz dog Willi pink nose, an
swers to name of Hex. If found call phone
755 -J Rowrad. 523
30x314 Mlchelln tire mounted on rim; Six
4 tubo Inside. Return to American Gro
cery. Reward. 401
DIAMOND lavaller xciwcen Weber aend
I emy nnd Thirty-first ofr Jefferson. Call
26C9-R. Reward. 366
I TWO rooms unfurnished, upstairs. 1145
I Twenty-fourth. ' 535
TWO or 3 rooms. 709 22nd St. 427
THREE modern steam heated housekeep
ing rooms, close in.
KELLY & HERRICK 346
I WE take your old rango as first payment I
on any new range, or will buy your old
I range outrlEht, Homo Furnlturo Co. 4672
'P WANTED j
' Female Help J
(WRITE photoplays. $25-$300 paid nny
ione for suitable idea. Experience unnec
iry; complete, outline free. Producers
j League. 691. St. Louis. Mo. 90
.GIRL for general housework. 2773 Grant
, Apartment 1. Phono 3337-Jt S7
I GIRL wanted for general housework.
1 riionp 2193-.T. 5SS
WANTED A woman or girl to take rare
' of little girl during day. Wages a.1 good
1 home, at 25S Twenty-seventh street
Apartment No. 2. '-
GIRL for light housework. Phone 203S-W.
GIRL for general housework: three in
family: $7 to $10. Call 257S Tyler ave-
r.ue. Phone 2757-W. 00R
EXPERIENCED saleslady for candy de
partment. Kerns, 2459 Washington Ave.
WANTED Waitress at Daisy Lunch, 129
25th Street. 431
GOOD -irl to work mornln-i. 2311 Adorns
1 Ave. 416
EXPERIENCED and Inexperienced help.
$10.80 to $1S.00 per week; 8 hours per day.
Union Pacific Railroad Laundry. 6-21-tf
J. A. IIOGLE CO. pay highest prices In
Ogden for Liberty Bonds.
AN experienced girl for housework, 432,
27th street. Phone 800. 4008
EXPERIENCED salesladies to sell phono
graphs: good eastern line, good commis
sion. Call 411 Twenty-third street, be-
tween 10 and 12 a. m. 3911
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone wliiln.v;
to apply themselves. See Madam Ca; In.11.
Third floor. Wright's Store. 9243
ROOMS for housekeeping. 427 Twenty
COMFORTABLE sleeping room, heat,
bath, phone 141 Blnford (Herrlck) ace-
luio. Phono 2001-J. 566
THREE room house, modern. 2001 Jnek-
gon. Inquire 509 Cross 567
TWO housekeeping rooms. 5G4 Twenty
fifth street. p2
ONE sleeping room with use of bath and
telephone, on bench. Call 9S1-J. 502
FURNISHED rooms, gas. Phone 2971-M.
SLEEPING room, 535 Twenty-seventh.
Phone 2173-M. 473
MODERN nice large front room. Brcak-
fa-st if desired. 2639 Jefferson. 470
MODERN rooms. Glen Hotel. 2456 Grant
SLEEPING room. 2211 Adams. 441
ROOMS for light housekeeping. 523 Twenty-second
THREE housekeeping rooms. Phone
ROOMS with board. Phone 3043 430
MODERN sleeping room. 559 27th St.
SLEEPING room for gentleman over Og
den Theater. 411
MODERN furnished sleeping' rooms. 614
FURNlbilED rooms. -940 Twenty-second
HOUSEKEEPING and. sleeping roorrt3.
2474 1;. Washington T19 ;
TWO partly furnished rooms. Inquire
Room 6, 246S Washington. W. B. Wedell.
FURNISHED apartment. 2571 Lincoln.
MODERN furnished rooms; moderate
prices two minutes from postofficc. 2446
Grant Ave. 4104
MODERN sleeping rooms. 333 21 St. 4029
FURNISHED front room. 530 Twcnty
Lhlrd street. Phono 21S0-M. 3900
j j WANTED j
GARDEN plowing. Phone 2350-W. 505
YOUNG lady who has had six years' of
fice experience, desires a position, Phone
LADY with one child wishes work as
housekeeper. Phone 3160-J. 533
LET us do your plowing1. Wo have a 3
plow tractor. 20 to 1000 acres preferred.
Call ll-J-3. anytime. 535
I Do you want them ashes hauled? Call
Slim Anderson. Phone 1940-W. 495
LOTS plowed, and general team work.
Phone 2150. 454
j EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wishes sot of
books to keep during spare time. Phone
2S70. . 452
EXPERIENCED farmer with small fam
ily wishes work near Ogden. 530 Harrop
avenue. ' 354
WOMAN wants washing and ironing c id
curtains to stretch. Phono 2465. 365
VACUUM cleaners, revolving brush, $1.00
doy. Plrone 2384-.1. 579
Tel. 2582-J for vacuum cleaners; $1 for
24 hours. Sterilized dust bags. 489
OHIO vacuum cleaner. $1 per day. Phone
STORAGE room for rent. Call Asbesto
lato Products Co., Phone 1416-W. 3673
CARD and character reading. 449 Twenty-sixth
CHICKENS, any quantity any time. Russell-James
Co.. 189 24th St. Phono 136
J Dairying established new prosperity
I records in Canada last year.
WILL pay 7 per cent to private parlv on
I 5 year first mortgage for $7000; gilt edge
security. A. Z.. care Stundard. 547
r WANTED j
GOOD liyo salesman for each county in
ULah and Idaho Fifteen to twontv dol
lars per day. Few hundred dollars re
quired, depending on amount of terrltorv
desired. Don't answer unless you mean
business. For particulars write P. O Box
1257. Salt Lake. " 495
lj BUSINESS j
I HAVE a big bargain In a good paving
restaurant Thos Auld. under First Na
tlonal Bank. 510
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone willing
to apply themselves. Seo Madam Caplau,
third floor Wright's store. 10-7-4mo
DRESSMAKING and remodeling. 350
, Thirty-first. 43
HEMSTITCHING plcot edge, buttons,
.pinking nnd pleating. Second floor
J Wright's store. Mrs. H. Layman. IS
; WAITEXT j
I Agents I
LADY or gontlnman agent wanted in Og
den Tor W'ntklns' famous products. Wat
kms goods known everywhere Big prof
Its. Writo today. Walkins Company. P
Winona. Minn. oi
I Male Help
MEN wanted for dctcctfvc work. Write,
J, Gnnor. former Govt, detective. 720 Dan- !
vlllo. Ilia. 4052 j
WANTED for temporary work, a compe
tent demonstrator. See Mr. Huckcns. at
Utah Power & Light Co. office, Eccles i
building. 602 j
WANTED At Western Union, messenger 1
boys: work S 30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. AIro '
for all day work. 478
BOY wanted to loam printing. Neute- j
boom Printing Co. 461 j
EXPERIENCED automobile painter. In j
light airy shop, year around Job for right
man. Box SS8. Ogden. Utah. 463
MEN Age under 55. Experience unnec
eessary. Travel, make secret Investiga
tion, reports. Salaries, expenses. Write
American Foreign Detective Agency, 649
St. Louis. 93
........ - ,
- " . '
: MSN, .WANTED '
For railroad yard ser
vice. Wages 64 cents an
hour: eight hours work
a day: 96 cents per ! our
for each additional hour
over eight hours a day;
board and lodging places
will be arranged for.
h ftrik conditions. but
strike denounced by rail
road brotherhoods and un
authorized. Protection as
sured. Permanent places
for good men. Apply to
B. A, Campbell. Supcrln-
tendont, So.snd Floor,
Union station. Ogden.
Southern Pacific Co.
V ' ''; '
. . :
.-' ' ' v
AN experienced bookkeeper, reference re
quired. Roply to Box 66, Standard-Ex-axnlner.
EXPERIENCED porter and one who can
shine shoes. Guarantee he can make bet
ter than $25 a week with salary. Writ
Box 468. Evanston. AVyo. 4 OS
MEN experienced In rail
road work desiring em
ployment should call at
once or send names and
address to superintendent
Southern Pacific company
at address given below.
Strike conditions prevail
but the strike la unauth
orized and denounced by
officers of tho railroad
brotherhoods. Apply t C.
A. Campucll Superinten
dent. Room 3. Second
Floor, Union Station. Og
den. Soouthcrn Pacific
. t: '
r ' . ,
. " ' ' f ,
WANTED District manager ror Ogden.
Inqulro Room 15, Commercial Bank, ip
stalrs. Guarantee Fund Life Assn. 275
LEARN actual auto repair, vulcanzing.
Los Angeles Y. M.C. A. Auto School.
EXPERIENCED salesmen xo sell phono
graphs on commission basis; good propo
sition to right parties. Apply 411 Twenty
third atrect between 10 and 11 a. m. 3942
CAPABLE and experienced man to han
dle salesmen selling on commission; good
proposition for right man. Address P. O.
Box 98. 3943
FARM hand who understands care of or
I chard and handling of fruit. W. B. We
idell. 2468 Washington Avenue. 3820
TO salaried people without security, to
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc.
227 Hudson Bldg-. Phono 284. 249
MONEY' to loan on Improved zeal estaio.
Kelly & Herrlck. 779
WANTED Furnished three room apart
'mcnt on bench; must bo modern. .Box
, T. Standard 271
(FOUR or five room modern house. Phono
WATCH; owner can have same by paying
for ad. Ask for Anderson. Phono 3070.
To and from all the oceans. Bureau
of Navigation, 343 South Main St.,
Salt Lako City, Utah. 203
GIRL.S SEEKING EXCITEMENT
SET 1'IRB TO SCHOOL BARN"
(By International News Service.)
CONCORDIA, Kan. "We Just
wanted excitement," was the only ex
cuse of Julia White, Florence Rhodes
and Alma Lord when they pleaded
guilty to sotting fire to a hay barn at
tho girls' industrial school. The blaze
cau3cd dnmngo estimated at $2,000.
The were bound over for trial in
the district court. ' 1
washlng machine, been used twn '
months. Phono 314S. 551
BIG auction sale of horses and mules.
Monday. April 19. Ogden Horse Salo &
Commission Co. 597 1
3000 common bilck. Phone 3651-M. 563 1
TiV. ft0.11 "olsteln milk cows. I years'
old. will trade for Ford touring car and;
pay some money. Inqulro Twenty-fifth 1
street, care Gross Bros. 3S2 Twenty- 1
FRESH milk cow. Phono IS 15. 573
RUBBER hose, cultivator, seeder plow. 1
organ, dental chair, motorcycle Phone !
BUY your electric wn?her from Stowcs, '
for cash, and save money. 1S00 rt'ashlnr
ton. Phone GS6-J. 537
WANTED to buy horse and fresh milk
cows. Phone 10-J-l. 536
oca.tn,er davenport, almost new. chenp.
3231 Lincoln. 532
WILTON rug, china closet, dining table,
davenport, bookcase, etc. 567 Twentv
slxth street. 530
?W 314 wagon, new work harness. 2046
Liberty avenue. 529
LEATHER davenport. 522 Canyon road.
I LARDY perennials, peonies, popples pan- j
slcs, etc at Plngree's. 2S61 Pingrec avc-
nue. Phone 122o or 799. 527
FOUR hole Jewel gas stove, ovens and
coal, water heater connection, doublo
book case and secretary combined, new
trunk, all good condition. 2967 Grant ave
HORSES AND MULES
HORSES and mulea for sale cheap at
267 Gibson avenue. West Twonty-elghth
street. 5 IS
THREE mlk cows, ono horso and hay
rack. J. II, Bartyn, Hooper. 499
CANARIES, guaranteed singers. 2220
LINOLEUM for sale. 2250 Butler. 4SS
UNDER WO O D typewriter, ladles' desk,
dining sot, dresser, chiffonier, couch, mat
tress. Phone 455, No. 5, Avon apartmcnLs,
I CHEAP, small round oak tablo. heater.
I etc. Inquire 2273 Monroe. 485
ONE largo electric cash register. Regis
tors from lc to $9.99 Inquire Barne'3
Billiard Hall. 2473 Washington. 4SG
ONE 3 year old Jersey cow. Call 530
Seventeenth street. 4S7
SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
C. Iverson, 1610 Washington. Phone 19.
WHITE rubber tired baby crib, mattress
and walking chair. 549 Twenty-first
TEAM, of 6 year old horses, 1300 pounds:
saddle $20. Call 42-R-3. 447
FOUR head of choice heifers. Phone 37-J-3.
NATIONAL each rcgistcr.lcargc meat
GOOD supply of now farm lmpITients,
or will exchange on Ford auto. Phono
RANGE and stove. 315 30th bt 420
20.000 early cabbage plants. 223 Ninth !
strcot. 355 )
A IxMOST new Pierce bicycle. Inquire at
2374 Hudson avenue. 359
EDISON phonograph for sale. Phono
TWO floor cases. 352 Twenty-fifth. 267
BUY" your paints at Stowe's and save
money. 1S00 Washington, phone 6S6-J.
FURNITURE. 1640 Washington Avenue.
BUSCH and Gcrtz piano, stylo 15. 628
Twenty-second. Phono 2333
FOR SALE By owner, 4-room house, ecu
mako two more rooms upstralrs; part
cash. Sec Mr. Fox. Union Depot baggage
HIGHEST prices paid for second hand
goods. Stowe's Second Hand Store. 1800
Washington Avo. Phone 686-J. 5-2-tf
FIRST class sheep camp equipped with
drawers and bins, stove cupboard and
elevated bunk, anil new running gear, also
good set of work harness. Apply to Bcck
stcad Brothers. Huntsville. Utah. 176
Singer Sewing Machine
JUST ARRIVED Latest models can bo
purchased or rented for $3.00 a month.
Needles, oil and ropairs for all makes.
Singer Sowing Machine Co., 2338 Wash
ington Ave. Phone 24. 4113
WHILE they last. 'Honors of War," 75c.
New 5-ply rubber hose, 15c. Phono 333.
GOOD concrete steam mixer, che?p. 433
Cross street. 3869
LATE 1919 twin Harlcy Davidson motor
cyclo with sldo car. In perfect condition.
Also twin Excelsior for $100. See circula
tion manager. Ogden Standard. 3776
SEVERAL sets of now work harness. Og
den Horse Salo & Commission Co. 3103
1000 shares of Capital Petroleum at 23c;
a dividend paying stock. Phone 3076
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's, 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phono 419. 2157
judicial district In and for Weber
County. State of Utah.
The Utah Canning Company, a cor
poration, plaintiff, V3. Mary J. Cun
ningham, sometimes known as May J.
Cunningham, and if deceased, her un
known heirs, devisees, legatees and
creditors; J. S. Carman, and If de
ceased, his unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees and creditors; Jane Doo Car
man; Sarah Harkncss, widow, and
Henryetta O. Harkness. John Abnor
Ilarkness, Kathryn Harkncss, Henry'
O. Harkness, Theodore Harkness, sur
viving children of H. O. Harkness, do
ceased and tho unknown heirs, de
visees, legatees and creditors of said
IT. O. Harkness, deceased; John Doo
and Mary Roe, whose other and true
names are to plaintiff unknown, and
any and all persons who have or claim
to have any right, title or intcrost in
and to all or any part of tho real
property heroin described, defendants.
The State of Utah to the said de
fendants: You are .hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after ser
vice of this summons upon you, if
served within the county in which
this action ia brought.; otherwise,
within thirty days after service, and
defend the above entitled action; and
in case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will bo renderod against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with tho
clerk of said court
This action Is brought to obtain a
judgment and decree adjudging tho
plaintiff to be tho owner and quieting
Its title against any and all claims of
the defendants in and to all of Lots
ID and 20, In Block 3, Rlvorview Ad
dition to Ogden City, Utah, situated
in "Weber County, Utah.
That tho defendants, whoso names
are to plaintifr unknown, claim an in
terest In said premises as tho owners
thoreof, and that tho samo was de
rived by conveyance or succession
from the said defendants, Mary J.
Cunningham, somotimcs known na
May J. Cunningham. J. S. Carman or
H. O. Harkness, deceased.
C 11. HOLLINGSWORTH,
P. O. Address: Suite 51S Eccles
Bldg, Ogden, Utah.
MR. VANDERBILT BETTER
PARIS, April 1C At the home of
William K. Vanderbilt this evening it
was announced that Mr. Vanderbilt
was muoli better.
NOTICE. ' ' " I
Estate of Christino Hansen. Deceased. 1
The petition of Benjamin Hansen, pray
v.B .9.T nn order and decree terminating
the life estate of Christine Hansen, In
and to tho following described tract of !
Innd aituatc In Weber county. State of 1
Utah, towJt: j
A part of the northwest quarter (U) of
section twenty-nine. -(29). township six (6)
ricrth of range two (2) west of tho Salt
Lake Meridian. United States Survey:
Beginning at a point 4.53 chains south
irom the northeast corner of tho said
quarter section, and running thence south
C.40 chains; thence north 86Vi degreos
TVeat. lo.lO chains; thence north 62 100 1
chains; thence north 831, degrees west,
o.6 chains; thenco north 5 chains; thencr 1
south Si degree east 9.09 chains; thence'
north o.lOO chains: thence south 86U 1
degrees east, 11.30 chains to place of be
ginning in middle of street, containing 12 1
acres, moro or leas, in Weber county
state of Utah, in tho above entitled mat- 1
tor. has been xct for hearing before Hon
A. W. Agee. Judge, on Monday, tho 19tli
day of April, 1920, at two (2) o'clock p
ni.. at the county court house, In the
court room of said court, In Ogden City,
Wcbcr county. Utah.
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
! WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk.
Harris & Jensen, Attorneys for Petition
Estate of Joseph Chugg. Deceased.
The petition of Zcnle V. Chugg. for let
ters of administration in tho ubovc en
titled estate, in the abovo entitled mat
tor, has been set for hearing before Hon.
A. W Ageo. Judge, on Monday, the 19th
day of April. 1920 at two (2) o'clock p.
m., at the county court house, in tho
court room of sold court, in Ogden City,
Wobor county, Utah.
Witness, tho clerk of said court with
1 the seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
i WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
I By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk.
Chez &. Barker. Attorneys for Potltloner.
In the District Court of Wcbcr County.)
State of Utah. .
Violet Stanflcld. Plaintiff, vs. Victor
Tho State of Utah to said dofondant:
You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
Summons upon you. If served with tho
County in which this action is brought;
otherwise within thirty days after service
and defend the above entitled action;
and in caso of your failure so to do.
Judgment will bo rendered against you,
according to tho demand of tho complaint,
which has been filed with tho Clerk of
This action is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving tho marriago con
tract now and hitherto existing between
you and plaintiff, and for tho care and
custody of the minor child and isue of
said marriapo and named Viola Stanflcld.
T. R. O'CONNOLLY.
P. O. Address 309 24th street, Odcn.
First publication 27th day of March,
Consult County Clerk or the Rospec
tfve Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District, in and for Weber Coun
ty. State of "Utah.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Anne H.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, at the office
of C. R. Hollingsworth. Suite 518 David
Eccles building. Ogden, Utah, on or be
fore the 22nd day of July. 1920.
WM. ROYLE. Jr..
Administrator of the Estate of Anno H.
C. R. Hollingsworth, Attorney for Admin
istrator. Dated. Ogden. Utah. March 19. 1920.
Estate of Solma Cave. Deceased.
The petition of Joseph E. Cave, for let
ters of administration to himself, in tho
above entitled matter, lias been cot for
bearing boforo Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge.
Ion Mondov, the 19th day of April, 1920.
at ten (10) o'clock a. m.. at the county
court house, in the court room of said !
court, In Ogden City. Weber County,
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
April, 1920. .
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk.
V C. Gunnell, Attorney for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CONTRAU I Una,
Notice is hereby given that Ogden Citv
proposes to make the following public Im-;
provement. to-wlt: Build pipe sewers in
Sewer District No. 142, toother with
work incidental thereto, according to
plans, specifications and profiles on file In
the office of the City Engineer. And
sealed bids are invited for said work nnd
will bo received at tho offlco of the City
Recorder in tho City Hall at Ogden.
Utah, until ten o'clock a. m. on tho 29th
day of April. 1920. Instructions to bid
ders, plans and specifications for said im
provement can be seen and examined at
tho office of tho City Engineer in the City
Hall of said City.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers of Ogden City, Utah, this, tho 7th day
of April, 1920.
C. T. MOYES,
First publication April 8. 1920.
Last publication April 27. 1920.
Published in the Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Sewer District No. 142.
NO HARM IN LOOKING AT
PRETTY ANKLE, JUDGE RULES
NEW YORK. The freeborn right of
mere man to stare at a pretty ankle
has been given the dignity of a judicial
Magistrate Carrigan entered this de
cision on tho court records -when h
discharged Harold New, a piano man,
charged with disorderly conduct by
two young women for having stared.
"Is that all ho did?" asked the mag
istrate. "Yes, but he stared at my" ono girl
said amid blushes.
"There's no grounds for the charge
in that," said the magistrate, freeing
AMERICANIZATION PIjAN ;
(By lntomntion.il News Service.)
DENVER Denver's "melting pot"
is rapidly assimilating youthful aliens
here as a. result of tho Americaniza
tion program being conducted in the
various community centers of the city.
At a recent concert tho hymn, "Jo
sus Loves Me," was sung by eight
Chinese children, In Chinese: followod
by olght Italian children, who ren
dered the hymn in Italian. As a cli
max, the eight Chinese children, tho
eight Italian children joined hands
and sang the hymn in English.
LOVE FOR DOG AJDMOST
COST BOY lOS LIFE
(By International News Service.) 1
EMPORIA, Kan. Love for his dog
"Jack" nearly cost Owen Scgaondol
lar, nine, his life here recently.
When tho dog fell Into a well the
boy immediately jumped in after him.
Fastening one hand In tho dog's col
lar, the, lad held on to tho chain with
Passcrsby heard tho boy's cries for
help and pullod Owen and "Jack" to
the top In safety.
HICCOUGHS DAST 10 DAYS.
(By International News Service.)
WASHINGTON, Pa, Hiccoughing
constantly for ten days, J. E. Vance,
a farmer of Independence, was dying
from exhaustion when the attack
ceased. All hope for his recovery had
been abandoned, but now it Is be
lieved he will rocover.
31.00 PER LINP PER MONTH " 1
v J m
ACETYLENE WELDING I
Caat Iron. Stock Brass and Aluminum 1
welded. Ogden Woldlng & Repair Co H
Phone 293-J. 2274 Washington Ave. 1-20-ti
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to rZ now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 333. JM
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. 236J H
Washington Avc Phone 360. 205S H
t!1 Natlt?n-H Bank, southeast corner
Twenty-fourth nnd Washington. Phono $L
BViT,7.ER't?REAI'? & M1LK DEALERS
Buticr. Eggs. Cheese, Milk and Cream.
Economy Butter Shop. 2450 Washington
i,jiah oWns Works, manufacturers of
iiuj h grado soda water, ciders, syrups, nnd
.ds i fountain auppllos. 2512 Lin- 1
I coin Avo. Phono 418. 3-5-3mo
BCYCLES AND REPAIRING
- L. Hansen Co., bicycle, accessories, H
repairing. Vitalic Tire. 21GS Hudson Ave! 1
BEAUTY SHOPS '
Boston Hair Dressing Parlors. Sham-
poolng. halrdreslng, manicuring, chirop- 1
odyr hair work a specialty. Phono 107-J.
Reed Hotel Building, IH
F St"iPPeck, carpenter nnd Jobb.T.
Phone 1018, 15S Twenty-third street 410
j COU NSELO R - AT -LAW-
1 ntfoi1 , O'Connolly. Ogden. Utah. Legal U
I Pliono 393 mo tho fac"'
nn Knmpen for upholstering, car
Kr LCuflncd altered and laid. Rcmaklns Mm
or mattresses. Phone 2752-J.
v..Mert. c,nrPet cleaning, mattress reno-
liFifc i,pho.crlmT' Hnd springs re-
rZZlr106' Cal1, E J Hampton Co.. M
l-cathcr renovating Phone 253C-W. 1
10S6-W. 701-702 Eccles Building.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES- U
i,JStlfulia P- 'endlnc Japanese res-
taurnnt In Ogden. 273 24th St. jH
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE
J? A '?cn & Son. Commission and
produce, ch na. glass and stoneware. We M
Vaiuc n blc MP of chlnawarc that we ar
selling at prices that existed before the
war. Phone 218. 2219 Washington Avo
CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS
Custom clothes and shirts: exclusive
neckwear. Leroy liuchmlller. 21S2 Wash
ington Ave. Telephone 1313. 1
DENTISTS ' " ' ll
i"0 Ne,V Ictnod Dentists am special-
ifr JP a11 branchc3 of Denti3try. 246D
Washington Avo 2208
ENGRAVING " '
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers
01 nno cuts In one or moro colors. 415 ll
Twenty-fourth street. Phono 463.
FOOT SPECIALIST ll
tLVuJ' B.ar(ir' 3.20 Co). Hudson Bldg.
featherweight arch supports. Corrective
treatment. 313 IH
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES M
Seo us for bids on your wiring. Wo also mM
haive a complete line of electrical sup- I
plies. Tho Lighthouse. 2454 Washington ' M
Ave. Phone 681. (
Charles Elsonbcrg. Phono 185D-J. Cat
edonian nd Michigan Commercial Stand
aru Insurance 1575
We furnish and install high-grade clofc-' ' M
Ia .irJhnn,d levators, any capacity from
50-lb. dumb waiter to 10 ton. Write Wm
Watrous, 240 Edison St., Salt Lake City MM
We buy second hand ones. 2-28-t IH
FEED STORES MM
PINGREE FEED STORE MM
Hay, grain and poultry supplies. Get MM
our prices for fresh seeds before vou buy U
Phone 70D. 201G Washington Ave., Ogden MM
3-5-2mB I M
FUNERAL DIRECTOR )
C. J. A. Lindfiulst. funeral director and MM
licensed omblamer. Prompt and modern I
service. 2C20 Washington Ave. Phone MM
nnT AINU UKAIN M
Sraln and poultry feed. Bell Bros. MA
2il Twenty-third street. Phone 2845. MM
HIDES. WOOLS, FURS MM
O. M. Runyan. 22C0 Wall Ave. pays MM
top prices. Phone 7S1-W. 152s
HIDES AND WOOL M
Utah Wool & Hide Co., 2360 Wall Ave , MM
Ogden. I'tah. Hides, pelts, wool and furs
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE MM
Willard Kay. real estate and loans
2174 Washington Ave. Phone 403. M
JUNK AND HIDES M
Western HIdo & Junk Co., 2323 Wash- MM
Ington Avo. Phono SCI.
Ogden Junk House, 2053 Washington M
Avo. Phone 210
Kalsominlng and pacr hanging, good
work, reasonable price. 3220-R 145 mmm
Thirty-third strcot. 321
KEY FITTING MM
Key, lock, safe and cash register worli -
Ogden Welding Sz. Repair Co. Phono 993-J, MMM
2274 Washington Avo. 1-20-ti , MMM
LIFE INSURANCE JmWM
George D. Bennott manager Motropoll- MM
tan Life Insurance Co. Corporation and , MM
group insurance a specialty. 200 Col. Hud- mmm
son Bldg. Phono 124-W.
MUSIC AND INSTRUMENTS
Ezra H. G. Williams Music Co.. 2211 mWM
Washington Avo. Sheet music department
and teachers' supplies; pianos, violins, mM
violin supplies, mandolins, gulturs, banjos,
records and phonographs. Phone 503.
KjVLSOMINE or papor cleaning. Phone Mmm
20-R-ll. 4091 M
Vhen In need of printing come and see mm
792-M. 15D4 'M
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Dr. A. Fcrnlund, office hours 10 to A '
p. m New Peery Bldg., Hudson Avo. JMWM
Res. Phono 640. Offico phono 1900-W. 1 JWM
Willard Kay, real estate and loans.
2474 Washington Ave. Phono 409. 1874 VWM
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools MMf.
and toilets clooned. John Chipp & Co. MMt
Phono S2S, 23 IS Hudson Avenue. 9733 MMm
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub- 'mMM
blsh hauled. Phono 620. mMM
Suits made to order. Cleaning and MMM
pressing. A. G. Bolander, 2477 Lincoln MMM
Ave.. Ogden. Vta. 3-5-3mo MMM
TAXI SERVICE tmM
Taxi ser'lco Phono 34 for taxi. Closed mmm
cars only. 2743 AmM
TENTS AND AWNINGS M
Ogden Tent & Awning Co. Manufac: mWM
turcrs of high grado store, office ana
resident awnings. Waterproof covers, mm
bags, etc Anything In canvas. 2263 m
Washington Avo Phono 2C3. 1324 mm
TRUNKS AND BAGS !
Trunk and bag' repairing, round cor- , MMM
nor from Standard. Gallacher's. 373 Hud- MU
son. 211a ,
Dr. Bundy, Veterinarian. Phone S2S mmm
679 -M. 3833 I jH
WALL PAPER CLEANING H
Lowo & Evans, cleaners of tlntod walli MUm
and paper. Phono 11S0-J. 27i- - MM
Paper cleaning, wall washing and gen- M
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Paper cleaning and kalsominlng; good LM
work, rcasonablo prices. 140 33rd St,
Phono 3220-R. 3-24-lmo MM
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(Bvi International News Service.) mJM
SPRINGFIELD, 111. Grlef-strickon, MMM
because ho was about to bo arrosted' MMM
on a charge of grand larceny, 21-year-' MMM
old Earl Gentle got a chair and sat MMM
down in it bofore a gas stove in the lMM
kitchen of his homo, with two gas
burners on full blasL Officers found JWM
him dead from asphyxiation. MMM
DIES WHEN FACTORY GOES.
(By International Nowa Service,) mMM
PORTCHESTER, N. Y. Carl Bue- MMM
low, fifty-two. said to be a relative of LM
General von Ruclow of Germany, died
of heart disease at his -homo here after WM
he had read a letter informing him MM
that the factory where he made wll- LLM
low furnlturo had been sold and that WM
ho muBt move within thirty daya, jH