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jH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINERS . APRIL 1920.
FOR SALE j
Rcai Estate j
THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
FOUR ROOM MODERN
House two ycar3 old. lot G0xl30 foot, lo
cated In north part of town. ?22B0.
FOUR ROOM MODERN tit
Cement bafiement. nJod lot with south
front, built In kitchen, good electric
and bath fixtures. House In first class
condition. $3250. Terms
SrX ROOM MODERN BRICK
Located on tho bonch on lot 62x145 feet,
worth at least ?4500, will sell for $3000:
terms If desired.
FJVR ROOM BUNGALOW
One year old. In good location, separate
laundry, fruit and furnaco rooms, In
basement, houso has gumwood trim, and
oak bordors In living and dining rooms,
first class electric and bath fixtures,
built-in linen chest, bookcases and
kitchen cabinet. $5000; terms.
EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW
Closo in on Twenty-fourth, furnace
heat, fireplace, sleeping den. Interior ot
house completely rcflnlshed this spring,
exceptional value. $7500. Terms.
THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
Phono 2S0-2S1 416Twonty-fourth
23 ACRES good land at Kaysvlllc. Good
water right. Good house, cellar, barn. etc.
Lawn, flowers, shade. "Water piped to
house and barn. Alfalfa, berries, small or
chard. $5000. , .
80 acres well Improved at Burlcy. Good
house, net wire fence. $20,000. Good
If you wont a farm, sec us.
If you want a ranch, sec us.
If you want city proporty, seo us.
WASATCH REALTY CO.
2482 Washington. Phono 922
A-l 20 acre farm, house, barn, good fam
ily orchard, all kinds of borrles, water
right Davis and Weber canal; some al
falfa, grain, potato and beet ground, all
ready for crops. This place has an Ideal
location about 8 miles from Ogdcn. The
prlco 1b right. See and bo convinced.
Wo now have several large and small
farms that you would be interested In, In
and around Ogdcn and Tremonton and
Alwavs sec us for farms.
"SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
Over Commercial National Bank
BIG SNAP Six room modern brick, fine
location, $3800. Half cash. Thos. Auld,
under First National Bank. Phone 301.
DOUBLE house, pressed brick. A homo
and an income. Choice location. Bost
SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
Commercial National Bank
City Housing- Dept.
(Ask for Mr. Boyle)
I Buys a magnificent five room homo, lo
cated on the bench, large lot, all modem
features. Terms. g,50
Buys nn attractive five room modem
homo within easy walking distance.
Buys a six room frame modem home on
the bonch. Fine lawn and garden in con
nection. Five room frame, lawn, garden, with
chicken house, situated on the bench, in
excellent location. Best bargain in town
as tho lot is worth the price. S97
SEVEN acres in fruit of all kinds, two
houses, 9 rooms, modern three room
houses for 2000 chickens. 57G Canyon
SIX room strictly modern bungalow, hard
wood floors built-in features, for quick
Five room modern except heat, $3250.
Three room houso on bench, ?1400.
Ono aero land, with four room house.
Vith good outbuildings. It's an Ideal place
or a chicken ranch. $2750 or will ex
fhangc for houBO in citv.
J. F. WALKER LAND CO.
602 Eccles Bldg. Phone S55
WELL built throe room house, cellar.
bSE bam, large chicken coop, buggy, wagon
ffiti and tools. 2 acres good orchard. Price
$150. Baker Real Estate. 2731 Madison.
f Tel. 2029. 321
!l FOR SALE BY, OWNER
K NEW four room mod'rii frame house, well '
located on bench, maple floors, built-in .
features, ready to movo Into in ten days I
njro lot. fruit trees and berries Save real
es.ato commission C 1500 caah. balance
frma. Call 2707 or 929, 22
ft SO ACRE farm, par; oroimrd. fine litt
le prcvements, good wator. Slu.bOD.
$j Six acre farm wlth'n Ogdon city limits,
V well improved with som orchard. 46iOO
I KELLY & HEKU'CK S33
B FIVE room house, S215 Ogdcn avenue
ft Owner in rear. 804
If BY OWNER Four room brick bungalow
I for sale. S2500. 3317 Chllds avenue. 791
h FIVE room brick bungalow, strictly mod-
cm. at 2015 Monroe. Phone 1754-R.
i TWO resldcnco properties in Sacramento,
I Col. to exchange for Ogden residence or
J other property. Address Box 1000. care
n Standard. 791
H BY OWNER New five room modern
M brick bungalow. Call at 2811 Adams.
FIVE room house, modern, cement cellar,
fj , 50 foot lot with barn 3219 Wall avenue.
"7 BY 'OWNER Good newly papored and
' painted house. TermB, Phone 22. 771
HAVE one of the best 20 acre farms,
v. house and outbuildings worth half tho
prlco asked. Still have somo choice homos
Thov will never bo cheaper. Call in and
lot's go seo them. T. N. Pierce. Real Es
tate and loans. 502 Eccles Bldg. Tela.
APARTMENT house. Inc.uiro Burton Wal
ker Lumbor Co. 731
STOP! LOOK! CONSIDER'
WHEN buying or selling property, call on
W. L. Porter, Real Estate, Basement 2374
Washington Ave. Phono 187C. 553
LARGE two story modem (cment, well
built apartment houso, four apartments,
1 sleeping porches, full basement, also sev
en room brick with barn, orchard and
garden. Easy terms. Inquire 2C42 Mon
roc. i 78 ACRE farm: one of tho best In Weber
5 county, located in Pleasant View, good
Improvements and plenty of water; farm
Implements included. $10,000 cash will
, I handle farm. Kelly Herrlck. 464
1 EY OWI'ER Corner lot 116x118 fcTt
I Twenty-second and .Reeves avenue.
I Phono 3070. 379
5 ORCHARD farm. Improved. Phono 8-J-2.
(, i SEVEN room modern, large lot. 44S Soc
J ond Street. 253
H HANDSOME NEW MODERN HOME.
H of six rooms: all hardwood floors, gum
B and enamel finish: buffet kitchen, break-
H " fast alcove; mantel and book cases; fur-
H naco heat; cement basement, all partl
tloncd off; the classiest home of its size
H In city. Located 1371 Twenty-fifth.
H CHOICE building lots on North Washtng-
H tou; newly paved street; wo furnish mon-
H yc to build. Also choice cheap lots, cioso
1 to paved stroets; easy torms: no paving
H tax. W. B. Wcdcll, 2468 Washington.
H BURLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
H WE have a large list of Irrigated farms
H for palo or trade. Write or sec WONES
ORIS WOLD INV. CO.. Burlcy, Idaho
H SLv-rooui Mricit iiouh 'i Wi blocks from
H Wash, on bench, with chicken run and
H garage. Hncp at $2850. Tenr.a at No. 411
H ''4th StroM 23R4
bH 5-ROOM modern brick bungalow, hurd-
M wood ftoors. fireplace and all modern con-
H enlenccs. This houso is only a half block
rom car line on bench. If you arc looking
B r a r"il cozy home, call 31C9-R. 3-13-tf
H FARM BARGAIN.
H . : livc listed for Immediate sale 32
HL rcuJa olc, ha'' bceL frult nnd tomato
m land. 30 sliares water. 7 room modem
H llI.me: LJarP8' poultry houses, implomcnta,'
H eltuatcd 20 minutes from Ogdcn on state
H macadPMiIzcd road. Price $18,000. $9000
1 cash; fivo yuarx bnlanco 7 per cent
B ALFRED E. STRATFORD, '
H Basement Broom Hotel. Phone 2304-J
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
E. W. CANNADY
Real Estato Insurance
$2350 buys a six room house with full
I basement: situated on 50x150 foot lot In
good location, closo to car line. Ono could
not duplicate the houso today for loss
than S3000, Reasonable terms.
FJvo room modern bungalow in first
class condition, and located on paved
street within four blocks of center of
town. Owner has cut price from $4000 to
53500 for quick sale and wc expect to sell
Six room modern brick house, with Ideal
south front location on bench. Two sleep
ing porches and one-half cement baro
mcnt: largo lot. This la an exceptionally
good buy at $5500. Reasonable terms.
Attention, chop or mill men. $3250 will
buy a new fivo room modorn cottage closo
to your work. Reasonable terms.
Would you like to raise chickens, and
perhaps keop a cow and have a garden
and fruit? If so, look this over. Six
room brick cottago with full basement,
combination garago nnd stable and chick
en house; situated on nearly half nn aero
of cholco land with perfect water right. In
an Ideal location close to car line. This
Is a splendid property for $1800.
E. W. CANNADY
Alhambra Theater is Next Door
TEN room modern brick, throe room
apartment on bench, paved street, car
line. Phono 2347-J. 20S J
Corner Ogdcn and Thirty-sixth 100x145 1
feet, also 50x165 foot. Ogden botwocn
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth. Phone i
2564 -W. 729
55 LOTS in beautiful Nob Hill addition;
these lots aro 50 and 55 by a good depth
.to an alloy; these lots were purchased
from an eastern estate at a very low price.
Will sell at a sacrifice, $50 and up. Phono
R. A, Norrls. or call at 1650 Washington
FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
by 170 feet to Alley; will sell this lot for
$390; cash or terms to suit. If lntcrcstod
in a good buy, call 3169-R. 3-13-tf
HOMES, farms, ranches and loans. Let us
show you. Ogden R. E. & Bldg. Co.. 2438
Washington Ave. Phono 37S; under Postal
FOR cash, by owner, 3 room houso. 3159
4 room house, largo lot, R. R. dis
6 room houso. R. R. district 53000
4 room house, bench $3500
9 room cement block $4750
5 room frame, largo lot $3000
10 room elegant modern home $9000
KELLY & HERRICK S94
SEVEN room brick houso. lawn, shade
trees, garage, good location; trade for
smaller placo. Terms. Phono 1426-R.
SIX room modern house, hot water heat.
21 acres Improved land, close to car line.
Phono Owner 2-R-l. 888
All in first class mechanical condition.
PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO.
2200 Washington S93
FIVE passenger Overland for sale. $400
cash or will trado for Ford. Phone 1636-R-
GOOD Ford truck for sale cheap. J. H.
Wheelwright. 2448 Hudson. SIS
OVERLAND roadster, good as new. 2532
Quincy. Phones 2044-2S67. 783
FIVE passenger Buick light 4, A-l condi
tion; also Ford truck, by owner. 1835
Elcar, 5 pass., touring $550
Hupmoblle. 5 pass., touring $800
Mitchell. 5 pass,, touring $950
Chandler, 7 pass., touring .'.$1100
OJd6moblle. 7 pass., touring $1250
Those cars are in first class condition.
Terms to reliable parties.
2251 Washington Phone 776
1918 Ford touring car, A-l condition.
Phono 2279-J. 703
OLDSMOBILE truck, good as new for salo
by Mutual Creamery. 6S6
CHEVROLET 4-90 model; almost new.
Read Auto Top Co. ' 578
FORD bug. Mack-Robinson Garago.
TWO light Fords (express bodies); Max
well touring $225; Haynes Chummy. Sav
agc Motor Co.. 2354 Hudson avenuo. 4012
WONDERFUL car for sale, cheap. 2348
WHY not buy an exchange carf Now Is
tho time to buy.
Two Fords. '14 and '1C.
Two Maxwells, '16 and '17.
One Chalmers. G-30.
WEBER-TAYLOR AUTO CO.
2333 Hudson Phono 143
Poultry and Eggs j
SETTING hens. Orpington eggs for hatch
ing. 300 Second strecL Phono 1213-W.
PEK1N duck eggs. G24 Thirty-first,
Phono 2751-W. 815"
FINE pure bred White Leghorn laying
yearling hens. Phono 1247 evenings or
FOR No. 1 baby chicks and WInford Elec
trics Hovers, Phono Astill, 669-1545-M.
POULTRY any quantity any timo. Wo
buy and sell. Western Grain &. Feed Co.,
rhono 1243, 2354 Washington. 590
WE have plenty of baby chicks, prices 14
to 20 cents. Walker Feed Co. 491
THOROUGHBRED Rhodo Island eggs for
hatching. Phone 2741-J. G. C. Klmca, 359
Ninth street. 260
EGGS for hatching. Pure bred Black Mi
norca and Rhode Island Red. 639 Sev
enth street. Phono 2135-M. 7
REDS and Whito Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing; also breeding stock. Call Bramwell.
HANDY man wishes work forenoons up
to 2 o"clock. Box 20, care Standard-Exam-lncr.
PERMANENT position by experienced
registered pharmacist. Phone 19S2-J.
GARDEN plowing. Phono 2359-AV. 695
Do you want them ashes hauled? Call
Slim Anderson. Phono 1949-W, 495
VACUUM cleaners, revolving brush, $1 00
day. Phone 23S4-J. 579
Tel. 2582-J for "vacuum cleaners; $1 for
24 hours. Sterilized dust bags. 4S9
OHIO vacuum cleaner. $1 per day. Phone
3148. 1 12
STORAGE room for rent. Call Asbcsto
late ProducLs Co.. Phono 1416-W. 367."
i Unfurnished j
THREE room house, Thirty-eighth and
Grant. Inquire Grant Hotel. 922
FIVE rom modern house. 2917 Wall at
THREE room house. Phono 2773-M. 800
TWO or three room modorn apartmonts,
steam heated; closo In. Phone 1008-J
AI30 store room at 2C42 Washington.
THREE modern steam heated housekeep
ing rooms, close In,
KELLY & HERRICK 346
GROCERY store, with four room modern
residence. 2010 Monroe. Phone 915-W
StockingB wore flrat UEed In tho
P WAffTED j
STENOGRAPHER, one with lots of pop,
;ho can wait on customers and answor
telephono in busy office. Only thoso who
show real signs of llfo need apply. Ad
dress Box S. E.. care Standard-Examiner,
stating wagog expected. 916
BOOKKEEPER, stenographer, ono who
(has had some experience preferred, This
is a good position for right party. Give
reference in application. Box 8, Standard.
GIRL or old lady to tako caro of two
children and help with light housowork.
102 Twenty-second after 5 p. m. 927
WOaLYN or girl for general housowork;
good salary. Phone 1175. 2540, Eccles aye
GOOD girl for housowork: must go homo
nights. Phone 3104-R. 2641 Hudson. S3.
MILLINERY maker for p.v.mar.ent posl
llcn; good wages. v"n.'li. s iilllincry
YOUNG girl for light housework: no chll
dron. Apply upstairs, 242C Monroo ayo
GIRL for light housework. 581 or 3260-J.
2520 Gramorcy avenue. 749
YOUNG girl or elderly woman to care for
child during the day and do very light
housowork. 2927 Hudson avonuo. 655
EXPERIENCED and Jnexporienced help.
$10.80 to $18.00 per week: 8 hours per day.
Union Pacific Railroad Laundry. 6-21-tf
' J. A. HOGLE & CO. pay highest prices In
i Ogden for Liberty Bonds.
EXPERIENCED salesladies to sell phono
graphs; good eastern line, good commis
sion. Call 411 Twenty-third street, he-
twoen 10 and 12 a, m. 3941
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone wfiilnx
to apply thomeolvca. See Madam Cat lau.
Third floor. Wrlghfa Storo. 9242
j helpvSaanted j
I Male and Female
WANTED a man and wife to take care of
apartment house. Inquire 2723 Washing
MAN and wife to tako care of houso
for their rent. Apply at onco. Box II.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper - stenog
rapher. Reply to S., caro this paper.
TWO room furnished apartment for two.
$21. 2785 GranL 902
MODERN, nice largo room, breakfast If
desired. References. 2639 Joffcrson. 899
COMPLETELY furnished four room
apartment, sleeping porch, private bath.
27S5 Grant. 903
TWO furnished rooms for housekeeping
at 2106 Washington. Phono 2906-W. 924
FURNISHED room. 343 Twenty-eighth.
Phono 1302-W. 923
FURNISHED or untumlshcd modorn
apartments. 329 Twenty-sixth. Phone
I THREE rooms for light housekeeping, up
stairs; suitable for couple. Phono 1441-J.
TWO housekeeping rooms. 256 Twonty
third street. 19
SUITE of rooms for ono or two gentle
men preferred. 2522 Orchard. Phone
MODERN room for gentleman, cl03c in,
$3.50 a week. Iefercnccs. 2341 Adamu.
FURNISHED apartment. 365 Twcntv
elghth, No children. 772
TWO housekeeping rooms. 2353 Monroo.
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotel. 742
HOUSEKEEPING rooms furnished or un
furnished; with gas. 320Vs Twenty-fifth,
MODERN homo for a short time at a
nominal rent to right party. Phono 692.
SLEEPING room. 2202 Adams. 699
TWO partly furnished rooms. Inquire
Room G. 24 6S Washington. W. B. Wcdcll.
FURNISHED apartment. 2571 Lincoln.
MODERN furnished rooms; moderate
prices, two minutes from postofflce, 2446
Grant Ave. 4104
MODERN sleeping rooms. 333 24 St. 4t29
BAY horse, white star in forehead, 1150
pounds. Foretop newly shorn. Partially
docked. Branded IS on left shoulder.
About S years old. Reward offered. Call
Forest Service, Ogden. 906
ALFIN tricycle. Finder wll receive re
ward. 2773 Washington. 929
BICYCLE, No. C1813, eizo'lS. stolen from
Madison school. Finder return to 2331
Adams. Reward. 87C
PAIR of brown silk hoso on street. Please
leave at Standard-Examiner office. 871
CARDBOARD box, contents valuable only
to owner, lost on road between Ogden and
Salt Lake. Reward if roturaed to 2421
Jefferson avenuo. 803
WE tako your old range an first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
range outright. Homo Furniture Co. 4673
f ' j
THREE or fivo room house, modorn. $500
cash; monthly payments. 228 Washing
HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes. 259
25th St. Phono 3336. , 679
WE BUY, raise, and sell fur-bearing rab
' bits and other fur-bearing animals. List
what you have with us. stating your low
est prices on largo lot shipments The
Fur & Specialty Farming Co., 515-517 N.
P, Avenuo., Fargo, N. D. 212
WE have cash customers ior desirable
city and farm lands. Llat your property
with reliable people. Kolloy & H.errlclc.
FRESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry.
Will come to your yard to buy. Phone
2597-R. Peart Eros., 3421 Adams avenue.
Ogdon. Utah. 3867
WE BUY all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvage o., 2348 Grant Avo.
CLEAN rai,a wanted at tho Standard
WANT to rent Four or five room unfur
nished modorn house. Phono 735. 875
TWO or three room modern houso. fur
nished or unfurnished. No. 36 Argylo Apt
FOUR or five room furnished houso. Call
ONE fourth to ono aero of land with
water right. 2227 Quincy avenue . 760
WILL trado a now phonograph or piano
for good Ford. Inquire Last &. Thomas
Music department. 711
ONE-HALF acre in peaches, nearly 100
trees, $660. cash or terms, or will trd5
for good nutomobllo. 411 24th St.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEl to loan on improved real estate
E. F. Bratz. 417 Eccloa Bldg. 823
TO salaried people without security, to
2$!'? ?n P'nnos, furniture, bonds, etc
22i Hudson Bldg. Phono 234. 24 3
MONEY to loan on Improved real eotai-,
Kelly & Herrick. 773'
i Male Help
FrRST class cako man, also a bench hand
at Washington Market, 2472 Washington.
YOUNG man between IS and 25 years old.
by a large corporation; muot be able to
drive car: good chance of advancement to
right party; salary $100 to start. Reply
by letter in lonR'hand. giving references.
Box 12. caro Standard-Examiner. 910
BOY with wheel. Merchants' Dispatch,
Phono 502. 915
JANITOR. Reed Hotel. S03
MAN to trim trees at once. 2550 Wall.
Apply 2420 Hudson avonue. Ogden Ma
sou Builders. S31
OFFICE boy. Standard-Examiner Pub.
WANTED at onco, Japanese to take en
tire charge of home of thrco people In
; Omaha, Will furnl.ih good wages and
transportation to rljrht party. Inquire A.
R. Mclntyrc Drug Co. 716
I WANTED Tho Ogdcn Union Railway
'and Depot Company will employ young
men between tho ages of 21 and 45 aa
switchmen and switchtendors to fill va
cant positions caused by walkout of om
iployes not ranctioned by their union. Ap
' ply Room 7. Union Station. 695
1 BOY wanted to lcam printing. Neute
boom Printing Co. ; 461
. ' VN
For railroad yard ser
vice. Wagoa 64 cents an
nuui i ujkiii nuura wont
a day; 96 cents por ) our
for each additional hour
over eight hours a day:
board and lodging places
will ho arranged for.
Ftrlko conditions, but
Btriko denounced by rail
road brotherhoods and un
authorized. Protoction as
sured. Permanent places
for good men. Apply to
B. A. Campbell, Superin
tendent, Second Floor,
Union . station. Ogdcn.
Southorn Pacific Co.
: ' I' ' '
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, ' ' -a
MEN cxporlcnod In rail
road work desiring em
ployment should call at
once or cend names and
address to suporlntendont
Southern Pacific company
at address given bolow,
Strike conditions provali
but the strike 13 unauth
orized and denounced by
officers of the railroad
brotherhoods. Apply B.
A. Campbell. Superinten
dent, Room 3. Second
Floor, Union Station, Og
dcn, Soouthern Pacific
LEARN actual auto repair, vulcanzlng.
Los Angvlea Y. M.C. A. Auto School.
EXPERIENCED salesmen to sell phono
graphs on commission basis; good propo
sition lo right parties. Apply 411 Twenty
thlrd street between 10 and 11 a. m 3942
CAPABLE and experienced man to han
dle calosmen selling on commission; cood
proposition for right man. Address P. O.
Box 98. 3943 I
LONELY widow, aged 30, worth $40,000.
wishes to hear from honorablo gentleman
under 60. Objoct matrimony. Write Mrs.
Hill, 14 East Sixth St., Jacksonville Fhu
CABD and character reading. 449 Twon-ty-aixth.
CHILDREN'S dressmaking and plain sew
ing taken in. 2632 Monroe Ave. Phone
3261 -J. 681
DRESSMAKING taught to anyono willing
to apply thomsolvos. Seo Madam Caplau,
third floor Wright's storo. 10-7-4mo
DRESSMAKING und remodeling. 350
HEMSTITCHING plcot edge, buttons,
pinking and pleating. Second floor
Wright's storo. Mrs. II. Layman. 18
15 ACRES farm land for grain; good
water right. Kelly & ITorrlck, 766
j WANTED j
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
itr0,01, territory opon Terms attractive
write for contract and information Imme
diately. Salem Nursey Co.. 1030 Chemo
lcota St.. Salem, Ore. 781
Thero has boon no change in tho
pattern of tho Unltod States flag
since July 4, 1912.
rr OR SALE
BED, drossor and rockers, almost new.
Phone 1348-M. 2130 Royal. 900
?A&AIi' two now Goodyear tiros, 33x
4. 290 Twenty-fifth. 005
SBoSJdw,ny baD' buBff". Kood condition.
101. 203 -J. 1 304
THREE work homes, cheap for cash, Red
iront Livery stable . goi
PIANOS and other musical Instruments.
Terms without Intcrost. Pantonc, 2S74
RANCHES, farms and truck farms, in
Utah and Idaho. Will tako Ogdcn prop
?rt;,J?ftrt Pay- p A- Mattson, 1341 Twon-ty-flfth
strcot, Ogdcn, Utah. 925
PORTABLE double lined garage, almost
new. Phono 3182-N-R. 033
PIANO in good condition. $150. 667 Twcn-ty-slxth.
RUGS, refrigerator, chairs, tables, dross
orf:, upholntorcd rockers. 2563 Adams,
Phono 3342-W. 934
LAWN sod, gas heater, range, chairs and
window ohados. 607 Twenty-fifth. 936
MONARCH malleable range, practically
now. priced low for quick sale, also small
gap rango. 3219 Porter avenue. 935
HARDY perennials, peonies, popples, pan
slc3, etc., at Plngroo'a. 2861 Plngrco a'o
nuc. Phono 1225 or 799. 883
DAHLIA bulbs, 12 for $1.50; no two alike.
Phono 299S-J mornings or evenings. S79
'PIANO, typewriter, graphophone, wator
power washing machine and wringer, and
other household goods. 329 Twenty-sixth
street Phono 2375. 881
ONE Jersey cow and 40 laying hens. 3434
KITCHEN cabinet, drossor, davenport,
four rugs, chairs, tables, otc excollont
condition. Call between 2 p. m. and 7 p.
m Apt. 12, Park Apts.. Twenty-sixth
and Grant 880
WICKER baby buggy. Phone 1062. S7S
OAK roll top desk for salo. Phone 985
ELECTRIC carpet sweeper; Morris chair.
2613 Madison. S39
GAS range, cost $100, to bo sold for $25;
In fine condition. Phono 2477. 836
BUY your electric washer at Stowo's for
cash and save money. lfiOO Washington.
Phono 6S6-J. &)
GOOD cooking atovc for salo Inqulro No.
5, Avon apartments mornings. Phono 4.")5.
GOOD nlnnn fnr snln l'ln.n.- -m.i.I-W C'm
LLFfrET. honter, rocker and magazine
stand, cheap for qulc.c sale. 567 Twcntv
NEW grain drill, beet cultivator and hay
rake. Phono 3177-J. 790
CASBAGE and tomato plants for sale. 223
Ninth street. 805
BEDROOM and dining room and kitchen
furniture for sale, combination coal and
gaa rango. 3281 Lincoln avonue. 778
PLAYER piano for nalc; good buy for
cash. 60S Thirty-first. 769
TEAM, wagon, two cets of double harness
158 Washington. 777
IVER Johnson blcyclo; looks llko now:
$28. Call after 5 at 2866 Monroe. 763 j
DINING room chairs of golden oak finish.
This year's models. Very reasonable. In
qulrc mornings. Phone 3347-W. 735
SEVERAL dozen straight chairs. Golden
oak finish. Good as now. Call mornlnga.
PAIR good breed Belgian rabbits. Call
43S Seventeenth street- 703
REMINGTON typewriter. No. 10. first
class condition. Just overhauled. Snap
Phono 1251. 706
WHITE Leghorn chickens, lincoleum,
heating stove, 3281 Lincoln Avo. 532
WASHING machine, wringer, sowing ma
chine, wicker push cart, cheap. 2554 Brin
ker avenue. Phone 291 5-M. 634
GOOD heavy 3J;i Inch wagon, also heavy
work harness. Phono 64-J-2. 633
EXTRA good tent for salo cheap, 9xlt.
Phono 357-W. 633
SNAP If taken at once, 1 1919 3-spced
eiecinc equipped Harioy .Davidson motor
cycle, with tuo new extra tires. $300
Phono 2690. 328 Second street. Call in
BARN. 30x40, 16 foot from base to eaves,
grooved and tongucd flooring In hay mow.
Inquire 3460 Washington. ' 635
RUBBER hose, cultivator, seeder, plow,
organ, dental chair, motorcycle. Phono
THREE milk cows, ono horse and hay
rack. J. H. Bartyn. Hooper. 499
CANARIES, guaranteed singers. 2220
LINOLEUM for salo. 2250 Butler, 4SS
SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
C. Ivorson. 1640 Washington. Phono 49.
WHITE rubbor tired baby crib, mattrcs."
and walking chair. 519 Twenty-first
TEAM of 5 year old horses. 1300 pounds;
saddle $20. Call 42-R-3. 447
FOUR head of cholco heifers. Phono 37-J-3.
TWO floor cases. 352 Twenty-fifth. 267
BUY your paints at Stowo's and save
monoy. 1800 Washington, phone 6S6-J.
FURNITURE. 1640 Washington Avenue.
BUSCH and Gertz piano, stylo 15. 62S
Twonty-socond Phone 2.133.
HIGHEST prices paid for second hand
goods, Stowe's Second Hand Storo. 1800
Washington Ave. Phono 6S6-J. 5-2-tf
FIRST class sheep camp equipped with
drawers and bins, stovo cupboard and
elevated bunk, anfl now mnnlng pear, also
good set of work harness. Apply to Beck
qtend Brothers. Huntavlllc, Utah. 176
Singer Sewing Machine
JUST ARRIVED Latost modois can bo
purchased or rented for $3.00 a month.
Needles, oil and repairs for all makes.
Singor Sewing Machine Co.. 2338 Wash
ington Avo. Phono 24. 4113
WHILE thev last, "Horrors of War." 75c
Now 5-ply rubber hose, 15c, Phono 333
LATE 1919 twin Harloy Davidson motor
cycle with Fide car. In perfect condition.
Also twin Excelsior for $100 See circula
tlon manager. Ogdcn Standard. 3776
SEVERAL iiota of new work harness. Og
den llorso Salo &. Commission Co. 3103
UNCALLED for suits, tailor mado; big
reduction. Gordon'o, 211-25 Twenty-ftfih
St Phfmc 410. 2157
I DANCING STUDIO 1
LEARN to danco atVoodward Studio. Og
don. 2369 Washington. Salt Lako 3i South
Main street. Open daily. 765
In tho District Court of Weber County.
Stato of Utah.
Mary Brooks, Administratrix of the Es
tato of Claronco W. Brooks, Deceased,
Plaintiff, vs. Lars C. Jensen, and Dor
othy C. Jensen, Dofondants. ss.
To be sold at Shorlff's Sale on the 27th
day of April, 1920. at 12 o'clock, noon, of
said day. at tho South Front Door of tho
Weber County Court House, in Ogden
City. Webor County, Utah, tho following
doscnVd property, to-wit:
Sltouo In Ogden City. Webor County.
Stato '. Utah, and particularly bounded
and defv.rlbcd is follows: A part of lot
fivo (5). in Block Twenty-four (24). Plat
'"A" Ogdcn City. Survey; beginning at a
point SS foot north of tho southweot cor
ner of Bald lot 5, and running thenco north
45 foot, thenco caat 24 feet, thonco south
45 feet, thonco v.est 24 feet to placo of
beginning, Together with a right of way,
beginning at a point 133 foot north of the
southwest corner of said lot 6, block 24,
plat "A" Ogdon City Survey, an? ninninc
thenco cast 133.4 feet, thc:co north 12
feet, thenco west 133.4 foot, thenco south
12 feet to tho place of beginning:
Together with all and singular tho tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto bolonging or in any-vvlao apper
taining. Dated at Ogdon City, Webor County.
Utah, this 5th day of April. 1920.
H. C. PETERSON.
Sheriff of Webor County. Utah.
By Curti3 Alileon. Deputy Sheriff.
I A Jauan3o host always makes the
ton Cor his guests.
CHICKENS, any quantity any tlmo. Rus-scll-Jamc3
Co.. 189 24th St. Phono 136.
NOTICE OF INTENTION,
Notice is hereby given by tho Board of
Commissioners of Ogdon City, UUh, of the
Intent on pf saidVBoard of Commissioners
to make tho following described Improve
mont, to-wit: To create Liberty Avonuo
betweon Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
Streets. Capitol Street betweon Van
uuren and Harrison Avenues, and Gram
crcy Avenuo between Twenty-fifth and
Twenty-sixth street as a paving district
and to pave tho roadway therein with
Portland Cement Concrete Pavement; also
to construct combination curbs 'and gut
tors and driveways on both sldea of Capt
toi street botween Van Burcn and Harri
son Avenues; also to build all culverts, ir
rigation and drainage systems, curbs and
gutters and sidewalks, and to construct
water and sewor sorvlce connections from
tho main to the curb line at tho expense
or the individual owners opposito tho lots
or, Parts pf lots or houses not now supplied
with such connections. The above named
ork shall include the necessary grading
i tnorofor and all other work necessary to
complete the wholo In a propor manner
according to the plane, specifications and
profllos on fllo in the offlco of tho City
Engincor, and to defray the wholo of tho
cps and expense of tho abutter's portion
thereof by a levy of a special tax to be
assessed upon tho lota or pieces of ground
within tho following described district, be
ing tho district to bo affected or benefited
by such improvement, namely: All the
land lying between the outer boundary
lines of said streets and a lino drawn fifty
feet back from and parallel to said outer
boundary lines on both sides of Liberty
Avenue between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
Streets. Capitol Street between
Van Burcn and Harrison Avenues, and
Gramcrcy Avenue botween Twenty-flftb
and Twenty-sixth Streets, being Lots 1 to
10 both inclusive Block 3, Plat "B"; Lots
14 to 39 both IncluBlvo. Capitol Block Sub
division of Block 30, Plat "C"; T-ots 1 to
10 both Inclusive, Block 5. Plat "B", all In
Ogden City Survey.
The estimated cost of each sower con
nection Is $35.00.
Tho estimated cost of each water con
nection is $30.00.
Tho estimated cost of constructing com
bination curbs and gutters en both sides
of Capitol Street between Vaa Burcn and
Harrison Avenues is $2,840.0).
Tho estimated cost of constructing each
driveway on both sides of Capitol Street
between Van Buren and Harrison Avenues
The estimated cost as given below doe
not Include the cost of constructing pri
vate sower or water connections, r.or the
cost of constructing combination curbs
and gutters and driveways on bcth sides
of Capitol Street between Van Burcn and
Harrison Avenues, which costs are to be
assessed against the proporty benefited in
addition to the regular assessmenL
The total cost of said improvement is
estimated at 27.530.00.
Ail protests or objections to such Im
provement or to the carrying out of such
intention must be presented In writing
signed by tho owners of abutting propertv
describing tho same togother with th
number of abutting front feet and be filed
with the City Recorder on or before the
7th day of May. 1920.
Tho Board of Commissioners at its first
regular meeting thereafter, to-wit, the
10th day of May. 1920. will consider thw
proposed levy nnd hear and consider Buch
I protests and objections to said improve
ment as shall havo been made.
By order of the Board of Commission
I ers of Ogdcn City, Utah.
I Dated April 16, 1920.
C. T, MOYES.
I City Recorder.
I First publication, April 17. 1920.
' Iir.t publication. May 6, 1920.
Published In the Ogden Standard-Exam
Pavlnir District No. 132.
NOTICE, OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HANSEN
LIVESTOCK AND FEEDING
Ogden. Utah. April 15, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of stockholders of tho Hansen
Livestock and Feeding Company wl'l bo
held at the office of tho Company, at No.
2511 Washington Avenue, In the City of
Ogdcn, Utah. May 4th. 1920. at ono o'ciock
p. m.. ior tne tonowing purposes, to -wit:
1. To amend tho Articles of Incorpora
tion of tho Company, particularly Article
Seven, relating to amount of capital stock
and tho kind of stock; a resolution will
como before the meeting, to bo voted on. i
i to decrease the authorized capital stoclr
of Company from $1,500,000 to $650,000.
ond to decrcaso tho par valu of thn l
shares of common stock from $100 to $1
each, and to increase the authorized num
ber of shares of common stock, and to
also Increase the authorized numbor of
shares of preferred stock and to define
tho relative status of preferred and com-
! i.ion shales.
I 2. To adopt by-laws.
3. To elect a Board of Directors or tus-
I tain tho present directors.
I 4 To authorize the directors to do a.iv
and all things deemed advisable to rofl-
I naiicr. and rehabilitate tho business of tb
I 5 To change tho corporate namo if
deemed desirablo or advisablo; tho nana
' to be otcd on. will bo the' present nam .
land tho name UTAH MILLING AND,
FEED YARDS COMPANY.
6. To do any and all other things .
doomed advisable by the stockholders"
meeting and to transect all other business
that may legally come before the meet
ing, including the approval and ratlfica- ;
tlon of all action of tho Board of Direc
tors since tho last meeting of tho stock
holders. 1. For the purposes of tho meeting. Lio
stock transfer books of Company will closa
at 3 o'clock, p. m Monday. May 3, 1920,
and bo reopened at 10 o'clock, a. m., Wed
nesday. May 6. 1920.
This notice Is published by authority of
a resolution of the Board of Directors, ana
by order of Mr. Adam Patterson. Presi
dent of the Company.
SIMON S- JENSEN.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is horoby given that Ogden City
proposes to make tho following public im
provement, to-witr Build pipo sewers In
Sower District No. 142, together with
work Incidental thereto, according to
plans, specifications and profiles on fde in
the offlco of tho City Engineer. And
sealed bids aro invited for said work and
will bo received at tho offlco of tho City
Recorder In tho City Hall at Ogdon,
Utah, until ten o'clock a. m. on tho 29th
day of April. 1920. Instructions to bid
dors, plans and specifications for said im
provement can bo scon and examined at
tho offlco of the City Engineer in tho City
Hall of said City.
Tho right is reserved to reject any and
all bids and to walvo any dofects.
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 S, 1920.
Last publication April 27', 1920.
Published in tho Ogden Standard-Fcam-iner.
Sewor District No. 142.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled bids will bo received by tho
Board of Education of Ogdon City at
Room 30S, Colonel Hudson Building, Og
den, Utah, until eight o'clock Friday, April
30, 1920, for labor and materials in con
nection with plumbing, heating, ventilat
ing and vacuum cleaning systems re
quired for a part of tho Washington
school, whicn tho sold board proposes to
erect in Ogden. Utah.
Two separate bids aro requested:
1 For plumbing.
2 For heating system, ventilatinc sys
tem and vacuum cleaning system.
For plans, tho bidders aro referred to
the offlco of Hodgson and McCIenohan,
Architects, at 829 Eccles Bldg., Ogdon,
Utah, under whoso direction nil required
lahor and materials must bo furnished and
A deposit will ba required to obtain
plans, which will bo refunded upon return
The board icscrvcs tho right to reject
any or all bids.
A certified check mado payablo to said
board, for a sum of money not loss than
fivo per cent of tho amount of 'ho hid
must accompany oat h bid, and tho check
of any aueccssiul bidder snail bo forfeited
in caso ho fails or refuses to enter into tho
nossessarv contract und furnish a hond
required bv tho board.
The contract shall contain, among other
things, a stipulation that at least twenty
per cent of tho contract prlco may bo
withheld until tho work in each contract
la completed and accepted by the board.
By ordor of tho Board of Education of
EDWARD I. RICH.
VIOLA M. CLANCY,
Publlshod in the Ogden Standard-Examiner
April 20, to April 30.
Information Bureau J H
31.00 PER LIN3, PER MONTH
ACETYLENE WELDING H
Cant Iron, Steel, Brnaa and Aluminum
welded. Ogdcn Wejding & Repair Co I 1
Phone 993-J. 2274 Washington Ave. 1-20-tf IH
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 333. H
BOOKS AND STATIONERY '! ' IH
WniH011 ?00l and Stationery. 2362
Washington Avo, Phono 360. 2058 H
i-wenty-fourth and Washington, Phone 61.
BOrTT,LlC,G works- . JM
hlah JU"! Wo. manufacturer., of
a II I kinHcdcJoda w.at,er' c,dera syrups, and
. L fountain supp les. 2512 Lin--coin
AVo. Phono 418. 3-5-3mo
BwYnLS AND REPAIRING- .
ronniHinuen. C,,V bicvc8. accessories,
ropauing, Vitallc Tlrco. 2468 "Hudson Avo
CITY JUNK HOUSE jH
Phono 133. 225S-00 Washington Ave. - IH
CHIMNEY SWEEP . . f. ' IH
n7- Oftfcn Chimney Sweep Co. Phone
COUNSELOR. AT- LAW
I. R O'ConnolIy. Ogden. Utah. Local H
Phono 303. mal1 Wrlt moUtho fl"
CARPET CLEANING 1
rJlt n mpen for upholatering. car
E?.C?ancd' alic.rcd nnd laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phono 2752-J. IH
vnMnliLCrtr?0tt cleaning, mattress rene
rJEft "Pateririsr. and springs . m-,
wi?,tShed Cal1, E- :1- Hampton Co.,
Feather renovating Phono 2586-W, " IH
mfiWw "Sk Holvorapn. D. C.Res- phonY ,
1086-W. 701-702 Eccles Bldg. Ph 729-J. 1
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES I
tm.J'T & 9" ,eadln? Japanese res- 1
taurant In Ogdon. 273 24th St IH
ihu.Noi7' Iethod Dentists are special
ists in all branchos of Dentistry. "2469"
Washington Ave. 2208
ENGRAVING I H
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makVr
or fine cuta In one or moro colors. 416 ll
Twenty-fourd street. Phono 463. H
FOOT SPECIALIST IH
t--.tJ' B?VQ 320 Col. Hudson Bldg ,
Featherweight arch supports. Corrective
treatment. 313 I IH
FIRE INSURANCE Ul
,wJilrlcs ?ia,c,nllc,re phone 1859-J. Cal- s'
cdonlan end Mich can fiommnrriii 1 H
ard Insurance 1575
p LEVATORS ll
Wc furnish and Install hlgh-grado olec-nii-j11?
elevators, any capacity from. I
50-lb. dumb waiter to 10 ton. Write Wnx '
Watrous, 219 Edison St, Salt Lako City. , 1 M
Wo buy second hand ones. 2-2S-tf
FEED STORES H
PINGREE FEED STORE I 1
Hay, grain and poultry supplies. Get I
pur prices for fresh seeds before you buy 1
Phone 799. 2016 Washington Ave., Ogden!"
3-5-1mov , H
HAY AND" GRAIN i
ffrain ??d Poetry feed. Boll Bros ,
3d Twenty-third street. Phone 2846.
HIDES, WOOLS, FURS
O. M. Runyan. 2269 Wall Ave., pays
top prices. Phono 7S1-W. 162S H
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & Junk Co., 2323 Wash- iH
Ogdcn" Junk House. 2039 Washington' 1 IH
Phone L10. ;H
Ksl.-o.':i:t')ig and paper hanging, gbod H
wo:i:. r ;i. enable price. 3220-R. 140 1
10;. lo'-n. safe and cash register wort: H
Ogiiuii '. elding & Itcpuir Co. Phon 993-J.
. 217 i Washington Ave. 1-20U lH
LIFE INSURANCE QH
George D. Bennett, manager Metropolis
tan Life insurance Co. Corporation and IH
ii group Insurance a specialty. 200 Col. Hua- ll
son Bldg. Phono 124-W.
When in need of printing; come and seo IH
Dee Prlntery, 2428 Hudson avenue. Phono
1 792-:.r. icu4
PKVSiniAN AMD ciinr.cnw I rH
rr. A. Fernlund, office hours 10 to I
p. m New Pccry Bldg.. Hudson Ave
Res. Phone C40. Office phono 1900-W.
Wlllard Kay. real estate and loans IH
2474 Washington Avo. Phone 409. 1 874 1 lH
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools I
nnd toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Cn, )
Phone 823, 231S Hudsoi. Avenue. 9733 IH
SANITARY WORK ' H
Sanitary Garbage Co., al kinds of rub- ! IH
blsh hauled. Phone 620.
Suits made to order. Cleaning arid IH
pressing. A. G. Bolandor. 2477 Lincoln
Ave.. Ogden. Utah-. 3-5-3mo IH
Taxi set ice Phono 84 for taxi. Close IH
cars only. 2747 H
TENTS AND AWNINGS jH
Ogdcn Tent & Awning Co. Manufor
turers of high grade store, office au. IH
resident awnings. Waterproof covei , H
bags. etc. Anything In canvas. 2LV H
Washington Avo Phone 26S. LJi
TRUNKS AND DAGS H
Trunk and liag repairing, round m-- l
ncr from Standard. Gallucher's, T373 Hut 1
Dr. Bundy. Phone S2S 679-M. 3.S3 IH
WALL PAPER CLEANING lH
Expert v.-all paper, paint, tint, cleaners
Harbertson & Co. Work guaranteed. jH
Plione 2221. 93T
KALSOMINE or paper cleaning. Phoii"
Lovc-Grccnwell. "Nuff said. F. 333$
EXPERT window and wall paper clean
Ing. American AVIndow Cleaning. Ph. CS2 1
PETITION FOR DISCHARGE.
No. 56S2 In Bankruptcy. H
In the District Court of tho United States
for the District of Utah.
In tho Matter of Robert C. Ferguson. H
To tho Honorable Tillman D. Johnson,
Judge of the District Court of the Unit
cd States for tho District of Utah:
Robert C. Ferguson, of Huntsville, in H
the County of Weber, and State of Utah. IH
in said district, respectfully represents H
that on the 30th day of October last past,
ho was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho
acta of Congress rotating to bankruptcy; ,
that ho has dub' surrendered all his prop- I
erty and rights of property, and has fully 1
compiled with all tho requirements of I
said acts and of the orders of the Court :
touching his bankruptcy. 1
"Wherefore ho prays that ho may be de
creed by tho Court to havo a full dls- H
charge from all debts provable against his
estate under said bankrupt acts, except
such debts aro excepted by law from
Dated tills 18th day of March, A. D., DH
ROBERT C. FERGUSON..
Filed Petition for Discharge, April 16,
JOHN W. CHRISTY. Clerk.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah. jt , 'non
On Uiis 23rd day of April, A. D., 1320.
on reading the foregoing petition It is
ordered bv tho Court, that a hearing bo
had upon tho same on tho 6th day of
June, A. D 1920. before said Court at
Salt Lako City, in said district, at ton
o'clock in tho forenoon; and that notice
thereof bo published in Standard-Exojn-iner,
a newspaper prlntod in sold dls trier,
and that all known creditors and dther
persona in interest may appear at the
said time and place and show cause. If any
thov have, whj- tho prayer of tho said
petitioner sliould not be ETantcd. -
And it is further ordered by the Court.
that tho olork slioll send by mall tp -all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this oi-dor. addressed to them at theW
places of residence as stated.
Witness tlio Honorable Tillman I;
Johnson, Judgo of the said District Court,
and the seal thereof, at Salt Lake Clt
In said district, on tho 23rd day of April,
A. D., 1920.
JOHN W. CHRISTY, -fSeal
of Court) Clerk.
Steamship Tickets I
To and from all tho ocoans. Bureau
of Navigation, 343 South Main St.,
Salt Lako City. Utah, 203 -