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.THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. 7
-v- FOR SALE
GKBAT bargain. Six room modern brick,
hnrdwood floors, fine location. $1000 cash
will handle It. Thos. Auld. under First
National bank. o0o
BV OWNER Five room brick. i acre
lot: best buy In Ocdcn. 607 Seventh
ROOMING hons'' of ten rooms on Twenty-fifth
25 aero fqrm near city limits on car
line 15 acres In wheat, some pasture, all
under canal with eight shares of water,
two room house. Cash and terms, 5500,
W P. Long, 2779 Washington. Phone 431
FOUR room cottage, Eummer kitchen, out
buildings, light, water, paved walk paid.
Three acre3. all In garden, berries, fruit
trccc, water right, closo to car chapel,
schoole. One of the best locations. $6600.
5S0 Seventh street. I6aS
EIGHT room brick house And largo cel
lar; good barns. Snap at $3000. 22C0 an
Burcn avenue. Phone 2723-M.
FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY
Eight room modern brick except neat,
full bnsement. fine condition, close in. a
snap for $4250. Good terms; possession
r Seven room brick, fine location, new
bath and plumbing 53450. Good terms.
Now vacant. Phone 013-2255 W. luo
I HAVE IT No. 3, That modern brick
residence for tho parly who "must have
seven rooms. East front, nice lawn, east
of Washington avenue. ?iG0. Las
terms. S. S. Smith Office hours, 7 to 0
a, m and p. m. Phono 1214. loS
A FEW more of those houses built before,
labor and material -doubled In value. v III
make desirable homes and profitable m
T vestment. , . .
Four room house, partly modern, cnoice
location on bench, small cash payment,
! balance, monthly. $1050. 1l1(Mlt,
I Six room modern frame, two blocxs
from busines street, all special taxes paid.
J2SC0. Easy terms, .
Seven room modern frame, largo lot.
first clans repair, "j'e blocks south, all
epeclal taxes paid ?3S50. Tenns to ault.
Lots on Lincoln avenue, near n Thir
tieth street sewer and sidewalk, paid in
ull. 5375 each. ,.,
E. F. BRATZ ,ne
417 Ecclcs Bldg- I-'36
21 ACRES of land on Wilson Lane. Price
right. James H. Piatt. Phono O-R-4.
FOUR room modern bungalow, sood base
ment, built-in features, garage. Phone
FIVE room house, 53600. 1421 Twcnty
fourth street. il
LOT CO feet by 132 feet. A snap If taken
at once. Phone 807. iliJ
FOUR room house, ono acre .pound,
??te? right, lights gas water -IdewaUc.
telephone, on car line. Tel. da 1612. art.
rf- 7 p. m.. 1773. i L.
' BUSINESS PROPERTY ' '
Desirable revenue producing. Twenty
fifth street business property. Nor.-resl-dent
owners. Bargain. .Kelly He. rick.
VERY good orchard. 17 acres, vcrsf rca-
S stable price. Address M. C. caro Stand;
S . . till
'I FIVE room brick and stucco bungalow,
fi . ptmwood finish In living n"dn.d,n'."f
h rooms, oak borders, furnace heat, fine
basement., fruit ond laundry rooms, 54800.
V - 51350 down. $50 month. Phono 3159. 1441
h TWO excellent building lots, and one new
r . v, r..lntito Vnme. below tne
fm . mouurn ujj iu nil. . - 1,,0
1 , r market price. 290i-J. illr
1 ' BY OWNER Three room modern frame,
1 lot 45x153, three blocks from town; one-
1 half block from Washington. 52000 cash
lL 2S37 Hudson avenue. j2L
(ET IN RAILROAD DISTRICT
JSBi four room houso with a complete
,r t housekeeping outfit, lot 40x165, seven min-
Ll tes' ,k fr0m 6h0Pr.t llTracv
Hftl 52000. See owner evening at 146 Trac
jj avenue. W, H. Shirk. 1122
ONE five room modem cement block
.JM house, Twenty-ninth street ....
WgL One new four room modern brick on
H bCOne four room frame, lour lots, cheap
Wm for cash. South part of town. Call 81-
mm by' OWNER Five room prick, modern.
H just built, good location. Inquire at 42.
H9 Seventh street i2zl
4 room frame close li. 2000
, 4 room frame, modern... 5-1000
4 Room frame on bench 53o00
I 5 room modern on bench. 56000
KELLY & HERRICK 13S0
A SNAP Six room modern brick, hard-
: wood floors, large lot. close n. all newly
x papered and painted; Immediate posscs-
X Phone 301. Under First Natl. Bank
MB FOUR rooms and sleeping porch, brick
VM house, on Canyon road, completely fur-
mm nlshcd.53600 . Froercr & Fowlcs, or write
jn u O. Box 395. i-6-
HI W. L. PORTER, Real Estate and Loans.
VI 237G Washington avenue. Phono 111
THREE acre cnicKcn iarm. room
house, garage, mixed fruit. Phone 2889-
I r 1140
SBY OWNER Good newly papered ond
painted house. Terms. Phone 22. 771
Bi OWI'ER Corner lot 116xl'8 fc-t.
Twenty-second and Reeves avenue.
K Phone 307C. 370
HI BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
ffd WE have a largo list of Irrigated farms
Kr. for salo or trado. Wrlto or oeo WONES
I GRISWOLD INV. CO., Burlcy, Idaho.
S" FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
f by 170 feet to alley; will sell this lot for
k- 1 5o90; cash or torms to suit. If Interested
P In a good buy, call 3169-R, 3-13-tf
f 1 SEVEN t,room brick, full baacment, mod-
ti , em except heat. A snap. 54250. Phono
BR! 2255-AV. 1407
B' FIVE room brick homo, newly decorated
F,-'" throughout; threo blocks from Washington
avenuo on bench. Lot 48x132. Partial
'i- basement, brick garage, possession Imme
diately. $5300. $2300 cash, balance on
torms. Call 10S9-J. 1492
ij To Buy
! 4 OR 5-ROOSI house, cash $500 and
r- monthly payments. Five Points Shoe
r,j, Shop. 1124
1 HIGHEST prices-paid for old clothes. 259
j 25th St, Phono 3336. 673
1 WE have cash customers lor dcslrablo
' city and farm lands. List your property
with reliable people. Kolley Herrlck.
mmm WE BUV all cars, regurdlcss of condi-
Mmm tion. Auto Salvago v.o.. 234S Grant Ave,
HH WE tko your old range as first payment
Mmm on any new range, or will buy your old
Mmm range outright. Home Furnlturo Co. 4672
HH EXPERIENCED colored catcrcss wants
Mmm luncheon and dinner parties to acrvo.
Mmu Phone 232. j398
HH CARD and character reading. 449 Twcn-
mmM ty-nlxth. 13SQ
B LEARN lo dance ni Woodward Studio. Og-
mmm den. 2359 Washington. Salt Lake 34 SouMi
Mmm Main street. Open dall 765
: iFOk SALE-AuTol
1 1920 MAXV"ELL wfth extra equipment.
(Terms to responsible party. Phone 3221-J.
. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Hero Is your opportunity to own a
i large, handsome 7-passenger car In any
one of tho following makes PAIGE ,
REO STUDEBAKER OVERLAND
Prices 5850 to $1450
These prices aro made extra low to sell !
the cars In a hurry. They won't lastlong
better look them over today. i
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO. I
2347 Hudson Avenue . Telephone 460
4-90 CHEVROLET for 5375. at O. S. L.
section house. Brlgham. Utah. 1544
FORD roadster, electrical equipment. '
Bargain. Ogden Auto Service Co..v4M52-'54-56
Grant avenuo. Ogden. Utah, 1513 J
1918 Studebakcr truck, panH body, or will j
trade for Ford car. 2342 Monroe. Phono i
BARGAIN Standard nix cylinder five
passengor automobile In good condition.
Will sell at bargain for each. "Will take
piano or phonograph as part payment.
Phono 173. Ask for Mr. Madscn. 1449
Overland, 0 passenger 5 850
Hayncs. 5 passenger. .6 cylinder 51250
Ford "touring $350
Willys Knight roadster 51000
Willys Knight 7 passenger 51500
BROWNING AUTOMOBILE CO.
1919 Four-ninety Chevrolet In rirst class
condition. Smith & Flinders Co,, upstairs
Commercial National hank. 1447
1917 Ford touring car cheap; shock ab
sorbcrs, speedometer, etc., at 2073 Quln
1920 Maxwell with extra equipment.
Terms to responsible party. Phone 3221-J.
USED car, good for truck or cut down;
must sell at onco. Phone 2654-J. 1390
REPUBLIC ton truck, practically new.
Call 154. 1367
OILY itpark plugs and diluted oil In crank
caso remedied In most car3 without rebor
Ing. Tho Franklin Agency. 2466 Grant
CHEVROLET 4-90 model; almost new
Read Auto Top Co. 578
FURNISHED room for rent. 521 Twcn
ty.fourth street Phono 2C50-M. 1560
TWO furnished rooms for light house
keeping 2100 "Washington. Phone 2906
MODERN housekeeping rooms for rent.
3228 Lincoln. Phone 16S6-W. 1551
MODERN room for gentleman. 53.50 a
week. Close In. References. 2311 Adams
THREE housekeeping rooms. One block
from city hall. 457 Twenty-sixth street.
MODERN housekeeping rooms. 2213 Lln
FIVE rooms close In; no children. Or
phcum Candy Co., between 2 and 6 p. m.
FRONT room for ono or two gentlemen.
2532 Lincoln. 1531
FOUR room furnished house. Phone
2961. ; 1532
ROOM and garage. 2566 Orchard. Phono
FURNISHED rooms for gentlemen. 421
Twenty-sixth street. 1534
TWO furnished rooms. 2362 Madison.
Phone 10S6-J. 1522 j
THREE rooms neatly furnished. Small
family. 2032 Gramercy. 1503
NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms;
ground floor 2424 Llncln. 1501
FOUR room modem cottage, nicely fur
i . ni,n,in.n -'oil Tr.T-T nntc
SLEEPING rooms for rent. 2103 Adams.
Phone 2110-J. 1472
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms- Phone
THREE furnished rooms for" rent 205JD
Ballantyno avonuo. 1460
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, also sleeping'
rooms. 583 Twenty-sixth. Phone 927.
NICE largo rooms, also apartment for
girls. 2639 Jefferson. 143S
FOR the summer, modem home furnished, I
three rooms and bath. No children. Phono j
ONE double room, one single room for
housekeeping. 2818 Washington avenuo.
APARTMENTS. 2571 Lincoln Ave 1417
LARGE front room, private bath; suitable
for two or three business men. Gates
Hotel. 2446 Giant Ave. 141G
COMPLETELY furnished 4-room apart
ment. Private bath, 2785 Grant Ave. 1415 j
MODERN four room apartment, closo In,
to party wishing to purchase furniture.
Phono 2S24-J. 1404
FURNISHED room with heat and bath In
private homo. 219 Twenty-third. 13E7
ARLINGTON Hotel, under new manage
ment A clean and refined home for la
dies and gentlemen. Hot and cold water
in every room. Prlvato telephones and
baths. 2439 Washington avenue. 1369
TWO rom furnished, apartment for two.
27S5 Grant. 1211
NICELY furnished one or two room
apartments for housekeeping. No chil
dren. 362 Twenty-fourth. 978
TRANSIENT rooms with bath; weekly
rates. 2446 Graut avenue. Phone 3050.
Poultry and Egss 5
FRESH milk goat aud kid cheap, at once.
1170 Twenty-sixth. 1408
FOR No. 1 baby chicks and AVlnford elec
trics hovers, phono Astill, C69-1545-M,
POULTRY any quantity any time. "Wo
buy and sell. Western Grain z Feed Co.,
Phono 1243. 2351 Washington. 590
FIVE room cottage; would like to sell
furniture to party renting. Call 2241
TO RENT Unfurnished fdur room hbuso.
3215 Ogden avenue. Owner In rear. 1C6S
SIX room modem house, 354S Hudson
THREE front rooms, 514; also threo up
stalrs. 510. 263 Twenty-first street. 1635
FOUR rooms downstairs and four up
stairs, or will rent whole- houso. Phono
UNFURNISHED rooraa for light house
kecplng. 234S Washington. 1086
4 ROOMS, modern housekeeping: closo In.
Kelly &. Herrlck. 1Q33
TWO or threo room modern apartmentB,
steam heated; close in. Phono 100S-J
Alao store room at 2642 Washington.
THREE or four room house, unfurnished,
no children, good references. Phono 1263
UNFURNISHED house, threo or four
rooms, by young couple; no children. Can
give good reference. Phono 2233-W. 1520
THREE or four room furnished house
with shed or turn go. No chlfdren. Refer
ences. Address Box 17, aire Slandnrd
WANTED by nurse, light housekeeping
rooms with Catholic family near church,
Phono 1417. 15Q7
BEFORE Juno 1, threo or four room fur
nished house, near car lino. Address
Box 362, Ogden. 1372
SMALL modorn nicely furnished or un
furnlehud house or apartment: permanent;
no children. Refer Dr W, H, Petty, Ecclea
Building Dr. R. "W. McKcll. 1423
I Board and Room
1 COMFORTABLE homo on bench. 2469
I Van Burcn. Phono 31S2-M. 1461 i
j forsaleT j
WELDING and repair business. Phone
A FEW moro dahlia bulbs at 12 for 51.50.
2832 Grant. 1574
CAFE; long lease; low rent; must soli:
going away. 146 Twenty-fifth. 1571
SINGER sowing machine and other fur-
nlture. 2272 Madison avenuo. 1578
1 LIGHT buggy harness, corn planter, lay
! lng hens. Phone 25S2-R. 1576
I CANARIES; males and females. 2220
I Lincoln. 1C28
DELIVERY body for Ford with cab, A-l
condition. 526 Thirty-sixth street. 1527
SOLID golden oak library table and li
brary lamp, at No. 4 Browning Apart
GOOD set harness, automatic washer, mo-
torcyclo. safe, hose, bike. Phono 333.
ONE folding bed, In good condition. Phone
KITCHEN cabinet, gas stove and water
heater. 530 Twenty-third Phono 21S0-M.
SOLID oak flat top desk, four drawers,
I-on3 van Burcn avenue. 1521
LARGE Jersey; a No. 1 milk cow. Cheap.
, 558 Twelfth street 1524
'CHOICE pansles at Pingreo's. 2861 Pin
I grcc Phones 1225 and 799. 1508
VICTOR phonograph for sale, 272 Twon
1 ty-olghth street. 150P.
GAS stove. 2771 Washington. 1490
INDIAN motorcycle. 2128 Jofferison. 1493
SURREY pole, harness, 1 carpet, girls'
coat. 12 to 16. lady's coat. 3S, vacuum
cleaner. 462 Twenty-seventh. 1491
FURNITURE RUGS LINOLEUM
All kinds of used furniture and rugs
at prices that will Interest you. See us
before buying. Phone 2164. Tho Furni
ture Exchange, 253 Twenty-fifth street.
BIG bam for sale. 1132 TWcnty-flrst.
INDIAN motorcycle cheap, good condi
STRAWBERRY plants; hardly variety,
51.25 per 100; called for less Phone 743.
MAHOGANY parlor sot. Phono 1008-R.
STRAWBERRY plants, hardy variety.
$1.25 hundred; called for less. Phono 743.
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowc's and savo
money. 1800 Washington avenue. Phono
BUY your electric washer at Stowo's for
cash and save monoy. 1&00 Washington.
Phono 686-.T. 829
SODA fountain, wall case. No. 2S8 Twen-ty-flfth
street. D. McCarty. 1274
SUPERIOR pansy plants at Purdy's. 2S52
Plngrco. Phone 2116-R. 1219
HORSES and mules for sale cheap at
2767 Gibson avenue. West Twenty-eighth
PIANOS and other musical Instruments.
Terms without Interest. Pantonc, 2874
CABBAGE and tomato plants for sale. 223
Ninth street. 805
TEAM of 5 year old horses, 1300 pounds:
saddle 520. Call 42-R-3. 447
FOUR head of choice hoifors. Phono 37-J-3.
HIGHEST prices paid for second hand
goods? Stowe's Second Hand Store. 1800
Washington Ave, Phono 6S6-J. 5-2-tf
SEVERAL sets or now work harness. Og
den Horso Sale & Commission Co. 3103
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's. 211-25 Twonty-flfth
St. Phono 419. 3157
WAITRESS wanted at 159 Twenty-fifth.
STENOGRAPHER ; state cxporlenco and
salary expected. Address KJeckhefer Box
Co . Thirty-first and Lincoln. 1564
WANTED at tho Troy Laundry, a collar
girl and press girl. 1566
YOUNG girl to assist with housework.
2641 Hudson. Phone 3164-R 1575
TWO experienced waitresses; one dish
washer. Apply at Ranch Cafo at once.
GIRL wanted for general housowork. Tel.
GIRL wanted at Grcenwcll's Confectlon
cry, . 1516
EXPERIENCED waitress, wagos better
than union scale. Phono 545. 1515
GIRL for general housework. 2570 Tyler
GIRL to assist with housework and
I go homo nights. 259 Twenty-fifth. 1498
Male and Female
BUSHEL man wanted, lady or man. Good
wages. Apply 137 Twcnty.flfth. 1546
CHILDREN'S dressmaking and plain sew
ing taken jn. 2632 Monroe Ave. Phono
Hemstitchlnc, plcot edge, buttons, pink
ing and pleating. Second floor W. H.
Wright & Sons. Mrs, H. Layman. 1169
PACKAGE containing baby dresses, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-fourth
street on Washington. Phone 2162-R
BEADED bag. containing glasses. Ro
ward. Phone 602. 1537
NECKLACE, three small diamond drops.
Return to 655 Twenty-fifth. Reward.
HANDBAG between depot and sugar fac
tory. Finder return to depot baggago
room. Reward. 1396
PRIVATE money to loan, Farm or cltv.
Box 118. Standard-Examiner. isil
MONEY to loan on Improved real estate.
E. F. Bratz. 417 Eccloa Bldg. S2X
TO salaried people without security, to
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
227 Hudson Bldg. Phone 284. 249
MONEY to loan on Improved roal estate.
Kftlly & Herrlck. 779
YOUNG woman with 9 months old baby
wishes position as housekeepor. Widower
preferred. 325S Ogden avonuo, 1536
HOUSEWORK Monday and Saturday.
2123 Wall. 1511
FIVE passenger Ford. Must bo bargain.
Phone 2010-R. 1519
EXPERIENCED nurso. 2943 Porter avo
nuc, Ogdon. Phono 1C63-M. 1505
WASHINGS to take home. Thono 29-R-4.
EXPERIENCED colored lady wishes posi-
liuii in iiuiui, jju.v j-, uiiu ouiiiuui o-jixam-
LET mo figure your building. R. J. Cott
rell. 574 Cross. Phone 2893-M 1393
EXPERIENCED stenographer and typist
desires position; good references. Box E..
caro Standard. 1392
GARDEN plowing. Phono 235'J-W. 595
CHICKENS, any quantity any time. Rus-elI-Jamcs
Co.. 189 24th St. Phono 136.
TEN room modern brick on bench Will
take small house In trade, Phono 2347-J
f Male Help
WANTED Party to Invest $300 In a local
business (manufacturing). Money so
curcd and profits unlimited. Lot me show
you. This Is a bona fide proposition and
if you want to make BIG monov, -write
mo today. Addrcs3 F. J. T caro Stand-ard-Examlner.
WANTED Local manager for marvelous
automobile Invention. Doubles power,
mileage, efficiency. Saves Its cost first
day. Endorsed by thousand. A perma
nent position worth $100 weekly. Sample
outfit and Ford car furnished free. Wrlto
quick. Ovco Company, Dept. 1480, Louls
vllle. Ky. 10SS
BOY about 18 to work at Lyceum thea
tcr afternoons. Apply In person. 1538
BOY over 16 wanted at Utah theater.
SHOEMAKER wanted. Clark Shoo Store.
YOUNG man to work In bakery. Green
well Confectionery. 1413
H E LP HELP HE LP
Wo can furnish all kinds of help. Let
us know your wants. Licensed agents.
Major Employment Agency, 223 Twen-ty-flfth
street. Phono 636. 1302
, . '" ( 1 '!"'V
Fcr 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 place
will ho arranged for.
Ftrlkd conditions. b
etrlko denounced by rail
road brotherhoods and un
authorized. Protection as
sured. Permanent places
for good men. Apply to
B. A. Campbell, Superin
tendent, Second Floor,
Union station. Ogden,
Southern Pacific Co.
I 7, ;
MEN expo:-: d In rail
road work desiring em
ployment should call at
once or uend names and
aldrcss to superintendent
Southern Pacific comnany
at address given below,
Striko conditions prcval'
but the strike is unautv -orlzcd
and denounced oy
officers of tho rsiliroad
brotherhoods. Apply r B.
A. Campbell. Superinten
dent, Room 3. Second
Floor, Union Station, Og
den, Soouthcrn Pacifie
k, ' 1
EARN ncfiinl nilTn rnnnlr nilcnnrlnp
Los Angeles Y. M.C. A. Auto School.
THREE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition. 51 day. Call F, Barlow, 2384-J.
OHIO vacuum. 51 day. Phone 31 IS. 1222
VACUUM, cleaners, revolving brush, 51.00
day. Phono 2384-J. 579
STORAGE room for rent- Call Asbcsto
late Products Co.. Phone 1416-W. 367S
Good pasturo for horses. Smith & Flin
ders Co.. Upstairs Commercial National
hank. Phone 1147. 1451
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEWMAN
&. STUART COMPANY, A CORPORA
TION. Notice is hereby given, that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Now
man & Stuart Company, a corporation, Is
hereby called, and will bo held at tho of
fice of Harris & Jonson, attorneys for
sold corporation, at Sulto 313 Col. Hud.
son building in Ogden City. Weber Coun
ty, State of Utah, on tho 5th day of Juno,
A. D. 1020, at the hour of four (4) o'clock
p. m for tho following purposes, to-wlt:
1. To consider and voto upon the prop
osition of Increasing tho capital Btock of
the said NEWMAN &. STUART Com.
pany. from tho sum of J50.000.00, divided
Into 500 shares at tho par valuo of 510000
por share, to tho sum of 5100,000,00, divid
ed Into 1000 shares at the par value of
5100.00 per sharo,
2, To elect a board of five (5) direc
tors or tho said Nowman & Stuart Com
pany, ono (1) of which shall be elected
and act as president, one (1) as vice pres
ident, one (1) as secretary, and one (1)
as trea.su ror.
3, To transact any other or further
business that may properly como before
tho said special meeting of the stockhold
ers of tho said company.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS. WILLTAM E. NEWMAN.
President Newman &. Stuart Company, a
IMOGENE H. WILSON.
Secretary Newman & Stuurt Company, a
Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Said Cor
poration. Dated at Ogden, Utah. May 14, A. D.
One of tho largest diamonds known
welshing 367 karats, was found in
Borneo about a century ago and be
longs to th RajaJi of Mattan.
Concult County Clerk or tho Respec
tive Signers for Further
Estate and Guardianship of Glen Steven
The petition of Ruby Jcssop for tho ap
pointment of herself as guardian of the
person and estate of said minor., in the
above entitled matter, has been 'set for
SlPTlns? on Monday, the 17th day of May.
1920. at two (2) o'clock p.1 m. at the coun
ty court house, In the court room of said
In Ogden City. Weber County,
witness, the clerk? of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
WALTER N. FARR, Clerk.
, By A'gnc3 Smith, Deputy Clerk.
Estate of Jennie M Jenkins, Deceased.
The petition of Charlc3 Jenkins for let
ters of administration, In tho above en
titled matter, ban been set for hearing be
fore Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge, on Monday,
tho 17th day of May. 1920, at ten (10)
o'clock a. m.. at the county court house,
In tho court room of ald court. In Ogden
City. Weber County, Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
WALTER N. FARR, Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk,
S, T. Com, Attorney for Petitioner.
Estato of Laura M. Melghan Wlant, De
ceased. The petition of Frank R. Wlant for let
ters of administration, in the above entit
led matter, haa been set for hearing before
Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge, on Monday, the
17th day of May, 1920, at ten (10) o'clock
a. m at the county court house. In the
court room of said court, in Ogden City,
Wcbor County, Utah.
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
WALTER N. FARR, Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk.
Chez & Barker, Attorneys for Petitioner.
Estate of Mike Termini. Deceased.
Tho petition of A'lncenzo Termini for
lottcrs of administration of the estate of
Mlko Termini, deceased, to be Issued to
Samuel G. Dyek. of Ogden, Utah, in tho
above entitled matter, haa been not for
hearing before Hon. A. W. Agce. Judge, on
Monday, the 17th day of May. 1920. at two
(2) o'clock p. jn., at the county court
house, In tho court room of said court. In
Ogden City, Weber County, Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
WALTER N. FARR, Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk.
John C, Davis, Attorney for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District, in and for Weber County,
State of Utah.
In the Matter of the Estate of Charlotte
Wood, Deceased. ,
Creditors will present their claims
ngalnst the above estate to tho undor
Hlgnod. the administrator of said eatato,
at his residence at Huntsvlllc. Wcbor
County. State of Utah, on or before the
1st da of Julv. A. D. 1920.
FREDERICK W. WOOD.
Parker & Robinson, Attorneys for the Ad
mlnlstrator. Provo. Utah.
NOTICE TO CONTnAGTORS.
Notice is hereby given that Ogden City
proposes to make the following public Im
provement, to-wlt; Construct pavement
in Paving Diatrict No. 12S, East Side, to
gether with work Incidental thereto, ac
cording to plans, specifications and pro
files on filo in the offico of tho City En
gineer. And scaled bids arc Invited for
said work and will bo received at the of
fice of tho City Recorder in tho City Hall
at Ogden, Utah, until ten o'clock a. m. on
tho 20th day of May, 1920. Instructions
to bidders, plans and specifications for
said Improvement can bo seen and ex
amined at tho offico of the 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 29th
day of April. 1920.
(Signed) C. T. MOYES.
First publication April 30, 1920.
Last publication May 19. 1920.
Published in Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Paving District No. 128. East Side.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE
LINQUENCY OF THE SAME,
To Whom It May Concern.
Under authority of Section 27S of tho
Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907, and as di
rected by Section 1056 of tho Revised Or
dinances of Ogden City. Utah. 1915.
The undersigned Treasurer of Ogden
City, Utah, hereby gives notice that a
Special Tax for the purpose of paying the
costs of building pipe sowers In Sower
District No. Ill in Ogden City. Utah, has
been levied and confirmed by an Ordi
nance of tho Board of Commissioners of
Ogden City. Utah, adopted and passed
April 28. 1920. and published April 29,
Said Special Tax Is levied upon all pr6p
crty abutting on tho following street, to
wlt: All that part of Patterson street be
tween Grant and Pacific avenues. Thir
tieth street between Wall avenuo and a
point 1,032.8 feet west of Wall avenuo,
Blnford street between Wall avenue and a
point 362.9 feet west of Wall avenue, and
Twenty-seventh street between Wall ave
nue and a point 534.7 feet west of Wall
avenuo. and further described as follows,
to-wlt: Lot3 1 to 15 Inclusive, Block 3,
Herrlman's add.; Lots 16 to 30 Inclusive.
Block 2. Herrlman's Add,: Lots 1 to 12
. Inclusive. Block 4. Herrlman's Add. Lots
.12 tn Vt. liirlnsivo. Rlnrlc 1 T-Torrlninn'e
Add. Part of an unnumbered tract of land
In Block 10 South Ogden Survey: Lots
12 to 16 inclusive, and Lota 29 to 33 in
clusive, Block 6. Central Park Annex;
Lots 5 to 9 inclusive, and Lots 36 to 39 In
clusive, Block 5. Central Park Annex:
Lots 1 to 17 Inclusive, Block 4. Central
Park Annex; Lota 1 lo 17 Inclusive, Block
3. Central Park Annex; Lots 1 to 10 Inclu
sive, Block 3. Central Park Add,; Lots 11
to 20 Inclusive, Block 4. Central Tark
Add : Lota 1 to 26 Inclusive. Block 2,
Central Park Add : Lots 27 to 62 inclusive,
Block 5. Central Park Addition; Lots 1 to
26 Incluslvo. Block 2. King's Addition:
Lots 1 to 35 incluslvo, Block 3, King's Ad
dition: Lots 20 and 21. Block 1. King's
Addition: a part of Lot 13. Block 10, South
Ogden Survov: and a part of Lots 1, 2. 7,
and S, Block 1. Five-Aero Plat "A." all In
Ogden City Survey, to a depth of 100 feet
back from tho street lino.
Said tax la payablo In flvo installments.
Tho first Installment becomes delin
quent on the 29th day of April, 1921.
Thq second Installment becomes delin
quent on the 29th day of April, 1922.
Tho third Installment becomes delin
quent on tho 29th day of April, 1923,
Tho fourth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 29th day of April. 1924.
The fifth installment becomes delin
quent on tho 29th day of April, 1925.
Each of said installments draws In
terest at tho rate of six per cent
per annum from the 29th day of
April. 1920, until delinquent, and If said
tax or any installment thereof shall re
main unpaid after tho delinquency of the
same; intorost thereon thereafter will be
at tho rate of eight por cent por annum
until such assessments arc fully paid,
All special taxes arc payablo at tho of
fice of tho city troasuror in tho city hall,
at Ogden City, Utah.
C. T. KOONS,
Published in tho Standard-Examiner.
First publication May 9,
T.nst nnlilir.nl inn Mnv lfi
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby givon by tho Board of
Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of
tho Intention of said Board of Commis
sioners to mako the following described
Improvement, to-wlt: To lay out. ostab
Ush and open a public street to bo named
Ecclcs Avenuo through Block thirty-four
(34), Plat "C," Ogden City Survey, said
street to bo sixty (60) feet In width and
described as follows: Part of Lota 1 to
10 both incluolve, Brock 34, Plat "C." Op
den City Survey, Boglnnlng at tho South
wost corner of Lot 1 in said Block 34,
Plat "C," Ogdon City Survey and run
ning thenco liast 27.00 feet: thence North
663.36 feet; tnenco West 00 feet: thenco
South 6C3.3C feet; thenco East 33.00 foot
to the place of beginning. And tedefray
tho whole of tho coat and expense of tho
abuttor'a portion thorcof by a levy of a
special tax to ho assessed upon tho blocks,
lot'!, lands and teal estato within the fol
lowing dcsciihcd district, being tho OIp
trlct to be nftcetcd or benofltcd by mich
lmorocmcnt, namely; All the land ijins
between tho outer boundary lines of ald
Lcclcs Avenuo when opened aa proposed
and a line drawn fifty feet outward from
and parallel to said outer boundary !lnes
for the whole distance between Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth streets, being
part of Lota 1 to 10 both Incluslvo Block
34. Plat "C." all In Ogden City Survey.
Tho total cost of said improvement is
estimated at 53,110.00.'
All protests or objections to auch Im
provement or to tho carrying out of such
Intention must bo presented in writing
signed by thp ownors of abutting proporty
describing tho same, together with tho
number of abutting front feet, and bo
filed with the City Recorder on or before
the 2oih day of May, 1920.
The Board of Commissioners at Its first
regular meeting thereafter, to-wlt: the
26th day of May. 1920. will consider tho
proposed levy and hear and consider 6uch
protests and 'objections to said Improve
ment a3 shall have been made
By order of tho Board o Commission
ers of Ogden City. Utah.
Dated May 3, 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
. . . A1 City Recorder.
First publication May 5, 1920
Last publication 3Iay 24 1320
Published In Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Opening Ecolcs Avenue, between Twenty
third anu Twenty-fourth Streets
NOTICE TO 00NTBACTOR8.
otlco is hereby given that Ocdcn City
proposes to mnko tho following publio im
provement, to-wlt: Construct pavement,
stroet railway track, curbing and orernenu
BtructurcB in Paving Dintrict No. 128, to
gether with vor!c Incidental thereto, accord
ing to plans, npeclficatiunn and profiles on
flic in tho offico of the City .Engineer. And
scaled bid are invited for said wort anu
will he roceived nt tho offico of tho Oltr
Kocorder in tho City Hall nt Ogdnn, Utah
until ten o'clock u. m., on tho 1st day of
June, 1020 Inatructions to bidders, plana
and specifications for said improvement can
bo seen and examined at tho offico of the
City Engineer In the City Hall of naid city.
Tho right is reserved to reject any ana
all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of tho Board of Commissioners of
Ocdcn City. Utah, this tho 11th day of Mar.
C. T. MOYZS, City Recorder.
First publication, May 12, 1920.
Lnst publication, May 31. 1920,
Published in Ogdon Standard-Examiner.
Paving District No. 128, U. It. T. Co. portion.
Big Pine Mining Company, principal
place of business 2449 Washington avenuo.
Ogden City, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Board of Directors ot tho Big
Pine Mining Co., held on the 2nd day of
March, 1920. an assessment. No. 2. of one
half cent ( cent) por sharo was levied on
tho outstanding capital stock of the cor
poration payablo on or before Juno 5,
1920. to Fred J. Vlcks. Secretary and
Treasurer of tho PingTco National Bank.
Ogden City. Utah, and that any shares
upon which said assessment shall remain
unpaid on the 5th day of June. 1920, will
be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and, unless payment is
made before will bo sold' on tho 26th day
of June, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to pay
delinquent assessment, together with tho
cost of advertising and expenses of salo.
FRED J. VICKS.
Secretary and Treasurer.
$1.00 PER LIN. PER MONTH,
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought, sold or traded. Phone 333. m
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. 2362
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 205S
Utah Natltonal Bank, southeast comer
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono 61.
BCYCLES AND REPAIRING-
H C. Hansen Co.. bicycles, accessories,
repairing. Vltallc Tlrca. 2468 Hudson Ave.
oa7-1ic Osdcn Chimney Sweep Co. Phone
r. V?pe?k carpenter and Jobber.
Phono 1018. 16S Twenty-third street
v v CLEANING
1 n Kftmpon for upholstering, car-
nr Jfaned' a,A?.red and la,d- Remaking
of mattresses. Phono 2752-J.
vnML01"1 cflI?et cleaning, mattress rcno
ral. ""f.er'ng' and springs re
stretched. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
Feather renovating Phone 25S6-W.
1086-W. 701-702 Ecclcs Bldg. Ph 721 -J.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 225S-60 Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsulm & Co.. leading Japaneso res
taurant in Ogden, 273 24 th St.
1 Th? Ke.Y .Method Dentists arc special
ists in all branches of Dentistry. 246'J
wachington Avcj 220S
Electrical wiring and repairing. Call
Ogden Engraving Sorvico Co . makers
01 nno cuts In one or moro colors, 416
Twenty-fourth street. Phone 463.
L. J. Barker. 320 Col. Hudson Bldg.
Featherweight arch supports. Corrective
FIRE INSURANCE ' "
Charles Eisenberg. Phone 1859-J. Cal
edonian j-.nd Michigan Commercial Stand
ard Insurance. 1575
HIDES. WOOLS, FURS
O. M. Runyan. 2269 Wall Ave., pays
top prices. Phone 7S1-W. 152s
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & Junk Co., 2323 Wash
ington Ave. Phono 861.
Ogden Junk Houso. 2059 Washington
Avo. Phono 210
MOVING AND HAULING
For moving vans, all kinds of hauling,
call Hlghlcy Transfer, 2434-J. 1316
Brig, the Painter. All kinds of houso
painting and interior decorating. Phone
Wlllard Kay, real estato and loans.
2474 Washington Avo. Phono 409. 1874
McCarty & Co. Scavengers. 2728 Grant
Phono 201S-W. 957
Garbago and rubbluh hauled, cesspools
and toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828, 234S Hudaoi. Avenuo. 9733
Taxi sor-'ico Phono 84 for tail. Closed
cars only. 2743
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bag repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. Gallachcr's, 373 Hud
Dr. Bundy. Phono 828 679-M. 3833
WALL RAPER CLEANING
Paper hanging, calsomlnlng, reasonable
price. Phono 3220-R. 1429
All kinds of wall cleaning. Phone 2396
Kalsomlnlng and paper cleaning. Call
29-R-ll. , 1203
Wall washing, general houso cleaning.
Phone 1016-J. 1143
Phono Lowo & Evans. 1130-J. 991
Expert wall paper, paint, tint, cleaners.
Harbertson & Co. Work guaranteed,
Phono 2224. 937
Lowo-Grecnwell. "Nuff said." P. 2724-R.
EXPERT window and wall paper clean
ing Amerlenn Window CMn.mlnc. Ph ESJ
DR. JOHN BERG BEATEN
IN THREE-FALL BOUT
PHOENIX, May 16. Poto Suuer of
Lincoln, Neb., defeated Dr. John Berg
of Spokane, Wash., former holder of
tho world's light heavyweight tltlo,
two in threo falls, here last night in
a catch-as-catch-can wrestling mntch.
Berg won tho first fall in 24;35, Saner
the second in 19:23 and the third In
In the year 1S04 Japan's total trade
with America amounted to $150,000,
000. In 101S. the samo trado amount
ed to S57S.000.000.
NEW YORKERS TO H
WEAR HAIR LONGER
AS PRICES RISE
NEW YOHK. liny 15. Now- H
Yorkers probably will wear their
hair longer this season; that it, H
they may wear the same hair for H
a longer interval between hair- - H
cuts, for tho price, it was an-' . H
nounced today is to bo 60 cents H
instead of 50 cents as at present JT' LLLm
Whisker styles will not bo ma- H
terially affected as the men are
likely for the most part to remain . , H
clean shaven, for the price of a, z mWmmM
shave is to continue at 20 cents H
Tho master barbers arc consid- jl
erlng demands to share all of their ll
receipts over $45 a week with their - -T H
dujiiu ua uii a uu-ou oasis, a nailj-"
hour less work daily, an hour less"" H
on Saturday, and hour and a half H
for lunch, one day off a week, and- - H
a half day on Sunday. H
UNION AGAINST RAISE.
CHICAGO, May 15. A number H
of Chicago master barbers have
raised the prico of hair cuts from H
50 to 75 cents, claiming that the ll
wage advance recently granted to ll
employes made the increase neo ,H
essary. Tho barbers' union refused jH
to sanction tho increase. H
GO UP AT ST. PAUL.
ST. PAUL, May 15. St Paul
master barbers at a meeting here H
voted to Increase the price of
haircuts to 65 cents, effectivo to- H
day. The old price was 50 cents.
WIFE TRAPPED ON H
BRIDGE IS SAVED
BY HEROIC MINER .
PEORIA, 111., May 15. Trapped
by an on-coming train while they
were crossing the Chicago, Bur- H
llngton & Quincy railroad bridge jH
here yesterday, Charles Workman,
a coal miner, grasped his vrl fo
around the waist and swung to
the trestle below. As the train H
thundered by overhead the wife
became hysterical, raised her head
above the rails and was struck on H
the head by the step of the last.
car. It is believed that her skull
The train struck her from her
husband's grasp and she started a
forty-foot plunge to the hard road IH
below. He grasped her WTlBt,
however, and with his arm wrap
ped around a small girder man
aged to hold her suspended for
several minutes until help arrived
Mrs. Workman has not recovered
SIX SCHOOLS COMPETE WW
IN PACIFIC TRACK MEET ;J
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal.. LLt
May 15. Six colleges and universities
in Washington, Oregon and California.
matched their swiftest and strongest
athletes here today In the second an
nual Pacific coast track and field
New records were in prospect and, H
the result was expected to bo close." -Tho
contests between Sprott of Cali-
fornla and Swan of Oregon Agricul- fl
1 tural college in the mile, half-milo IH
and two-mile events drew especial in- IH
The teams of these institutions, as
well as those of Stanford, Washing
ton State college and tho state univer
slties of Washington and Oregon vero
on edge for tho day's events, which
were expected to indicate what men
would bo entered in trials for the
American Olympic games' team. IH
Each team was composed of ten IH
men. in each event five points were
offered for first place, four for sec- H
ond, three for third, two for fourth H
and one for fifth. California won the H
first conference meet held last year. H
HOLD COAST LEAGUER H
FOR SUPERIOR COURT
SAN FRANCISCO, lay 15. An o
ordor holding him to appear in the WM
supremo court on a chargo of assault WM
with intent to do great bodily harm
to the person of William H. McCarthy, W
president of the Pacific Coast Base- W
ball league, following an order that W
ho keep out of tho-local ball park,
was handed down in the caso of Roy
Huiiburt in tho police court hero yea- mM
The order excluding Hurlburt from jB
tho ball park camo in tho course of
an investigation by officials of the Wm
league into alleged baseball gambling 9
practices here. fl
STUDY OF ENGLISH
DRIVES MINER INSANE -W
(By international News Sorvico.)
MARTIN'S FERRY, Ohio. Study of MMM
the American language Is held rospon- MM
slble for tho Tact that Joseph Homedo MMM
of Herrlck, near here, is to face a lun- mmu
acy test. km
The Irregular verbs and plural MM
nouns, together with the scores of IH
slangy variations, upset him mentally, MM
it is claimed.
Ho was brought to tho city hospital MM
here. He bocame ao violent that sov- M
eral nurses were required to keej) him MM
quiet pending arrival of policemen. MM
Relatives took charge of him. B.6 is to.
receive a lunacy hearing in tho pro-
bato court at Steubcnville. -M
Homedo was a miner. During his MM
sparo time, before and after working, M
hmira. ha aDent every availablo min- mm
lto studying language and grammSE" WW
books, with a view to becoming AineW-MM
ranlzed. t vmWm
Ho pored over his books incessant- 'mmu
ly, his wife said, but, seemingly de--, W
spaired of mastering the difference bo-'". LU
tween "thoro" and "their," "whole"
and "hole," and other words with the jH
samo sound but possessing altogether M
PLAN CANCER SANITARIUM. W.
(By International News Service.) r M
LUSK, Wyo. Announcement isU LM
made of plans to erect a sanitarium
here Urn will ullize the production of -M
Lormlcr Mineral company's uranium
mines, which were revently opened.
Tho sanitarium will speclili:? j& - M
radium treatment of cancer.