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flH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. 13 i fH
IK, FOR SALE""
' Kcai. Estate 1
I kroejv:i: .t fowlhs
I P.-al KMnte Loans insurance
I ; 24P9 Hud.'on Avenue
I For 5700 down and balance 530 a month,
I v&f aif authorized to seJll n pIx room
D Modern home, located on Monroe avenue.
I uvonn Tw-ntv-fourth .-nrt Twenty-fifth
rivet, for llio sum of 53250. This is n
good hnv. , . , ,
( Practically new fivp room modern nrtrK
j bung low. located or one-half acre, o-i
1 North Washington avenue. House has fire
' 1ar. sleeping norch. (till haeomont and
! is In fine condition. Also water right,
garage, chicken run. Price $5000. Easy
Strictly modem brlrk bungalow, new
houoo with white oak doors, bachelor tile
fire, place, beautiful chandeliers and fix
tures, located In cholre residential dis
trict. Price 5R000. The heat valuo pos
sible' " " tFROi:r.I3R & FOWL.ES
Roil BtUite. Loans In.suranco
2103 Hudson Avcn. Phono S1
I NOW VACANT Seven room modern
frame, five blocks couth, all special taxes
paid, first class rcpa.lr. will make a de
sirable home. 13. I'. Bratz. 11 Ec
1 .-l. rilrtc-
fONB of the very bc.t improved 80 acre
farms on the Bear river valley. Tho owner
ia ill bevond recover' and the family 13
unable to run tho farm. Eight room mod
ern brick residence, full baoement. pri
vate electric lighting system, lawn, shade,
familv orchard, large bam. cement floors
and fiillv up to date machine shoi. grind
ing mill, place, fenced and cross fencert
hop tight. 40 acres njfalfa. S acres good
grnVs pasture, balance beets and grain.
Thre is a. government loan on the place
for SI 1.000 Price Including crops .f 2.-1,500.
JSC00 cash, balance execp. federal loan at
7 per cent per minum. This is positive!
ono of the very best farms ever offered
for sale and will go quick, Sec us at once.
Several other good farm buys
SMITH. & FLINDERS CO.
Over Commercial National Bank
FIVE room strictly modem home, largo
lot. Phone 2064-M. Z2n
BY OWNER Five room modern house,
large lot. Inquire S3S Twenty-fourth.
(See Mr. Saunders. City DoptJ
Four room frame 3 it blocks from busi
ness center of city, largo lot, chicken
coops, garden and fruit trees. OnW
Five room cement block. Modern, lot
40x141 U feet. $3250 If taken at . once.
Five room frame close In on. bench, ex
cellent location. $2700; easy terms.
Let us know what you wan.. Vk ft
have it . -z
BY OWNER Five-room modern brick
house. Call 2063 Monroe Ave. ilii
ONE three room frame f'F.rmf"0.:
Ono six room brick only SpoOO. M.n
other good deals, also reasonable lots. In-j
quire Ii? Van Braack. 302 Thirty-fifth. j
TWO lots. 25xl3 on Adams between j
WlV fhtv-scVona and Thirty-third. Phono
iircfl' BY OWNER Six it)om modern house.
MS! ) oVo block from Washington. 47S Twent -
WffiMMj first street. ztl. J
Wmm BY OWNER Five room mod.-ni home!
mm for 53000. Completely f urn shed .01 S300 ,
Immediate possession. 2010 Child., ip .
WNmL ' UP TO DATE " ' !
mm Five room modern bungalow. j
Wmt Porch, garage pnved street. b oner I
jSflKj 306 Twenty -eighth street. .
sfjlMlB vtve acres' land on paved road and car- j
MU iu. P?!cc $1350 T Willi crop. $1250 without
Wth 01 Five room modem brick.. A snap for
llftw -o& Nrr,'t' "B "qio
1 ' no aero irrlsatccl (arm all "n. "1- f
MEM ' vation and general store In thriving Lost
Mi River. Idaho. WHl sell W": caw
mm terms: prices right, fcee II. n '
care Utah &. Oregon Lumber Co, '''j
WlM t APARTMENT house clost In un Wlh-1
WKL( mg on avoAue. has nine two and threo
SfflT i room apartments. Furnished. Income ;
Ml J $225 a month. Price $11,500. "a'rnQ3-
5Hf Might consider part exchange, box is. ;
1, siananrn-oj-am"'"1 .
7 A fbv more of those houses bin it before
bor and material douh cd in value, vill
make deiimblV homes and proflUiblo In
VCFournro'om houre. partly modern.' choice j
location on beneh. small cash payment,
oalance, monthly. $1C50. ,. ...
Six room modern frame, two blocks
from busines street, all special taxes paid.
S2P50. Easy terms
Seven room modern frame, large lot
first class repair, five blocks south, all
special taxes paid. $3S50. Terms to suit.
LoU on Lincoln avenue, near Thir
tieth street, sewer and sidewalk, paid in
ull. $375 each.
E. F. BRATZ
M7 Kccles Bldg. ljl6
11 ACRES of kind on Wilson Lane. Prlco
right. Jamco H. Piatt. Phono 9-R-4.g)
FINE building lot on Aduinn; 37 1-2 feet
bv 170 feel to alley; will sell this lot for
$300; cash or terms to suit. If Interested ;
In k good buy, call 3169-R. 3-12-tt
BURLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
WE have u. '.aroe list of irrigated farms
for sole or trado. Write or see W ONES
URISWOLD INV. CO.. Burloy. Idaho
W. L. PORTER. Real Estate and Loans J
! 237C Washington avenue. Phone 1S"G; I
1) BY OWNER Seven-room modem brick;
fireplace, hot water heat, choice location.
jfir- Immcdiato possesion S27 Twenty-sixth St i
H OW"ER Corner lot 116x1' S f' L I
i Twenty-second and Rcevec avenue. I
j Phone 3076. 370 j
I i Torrent j
FIVE room modern brick. Apply 327G
( THREE rooms, bath and sleeping porch.
J 2S64 A. Liberty avenue $22 50 a month,
i Inquire Volkcr Lumber Co. 2255
TWO roomo. modern. 2367-Madieon. j
:-ROOM cottage, city -water and electric !
light: Ogden Canyon. 5100 cash. Inquire;
IPS Twenty-fifth. 2141
i ROOMS, modem housekeeping: close in.
Ke,Hy Ilcrrlek. 1032
' WANTED j
.H To Buy
TlM WANTED Platform scale, 1000 to 2000
' pounds. Miller Furniture Store. 224fi
NEWMAN'S pay the highest prlco for
UftlH: second hand furniture. Phone C3S. 23 IS
jH: tVaahlngton. 2202
H' NEWMAN pays more for all kinds of
B -rtT household furniture. Phone 638. 1053 ,
KHr " HIGHEST prices paid for old clotlica, 2511 '
f'Hj TTV'-'.ity-flfth St. Phono 333S. 1915
JiflB WE have cash cuszomcrs tor desirable
7lH city and farm lands. List your property
NKm o-ith reliable people Kellcy & Herrtck.
IHl WK BUY all caro. regardless of condi
f Hon. Auto Salvage 234S Grant Ave.
IH CHILDREN'S sewing. Phone 32C1-J. 2632
1 Monroe. 17-43
v Hemstitching, plcoi edge, buttons, plnk-
ing and plea tine. Second floor W, H.
H Wright & Sons, Mrs H. Layman, 1169
RELINING coats, cloaks, Jackets. 52G 17.
IH' J Miscellaneous j j
IH OLD bird cages. 2220 Lincoln. 221 j
PONY or horse on delivery wngon; will
H feed for Its usn or will buy cheap On
ll tornut Phone 1101 1C40
iLr jr Opportunitie. '
t'.mm CAFE: long leace; lor. pnt: must sell;
'r"v ewav UC Twenty-fifth. 1571
JHi Adult Mav flics novcr feed.
! f FOR RENT
j Ls. Furnishecj j
FOUR )-oo,n furr.tahcd house. 2274 Mom
; roe. 22S3
FIVE roorn modem furnished apartment.
570 Twenty-fifth. Call mornings. 228ft
I FI"E room modem. Call 2523 Orchard
avenue, lvfor. 11:30 n. m. or after 5-31" j
I p. ni. Phon- 3203-W. 22 j
; FPRNISIIIJD room for ono or two gonlle
j itimi. 266 Twenty-third. 22C6
COMPLETELY furnished housekeeping
(apartments: hot ruid cold water, phone in
'each apartment, elevator pcrvlco. Plar.n
I Ai.'artincnta. 251$ Washington. 22C9
,TWO furnished rooms, 2249 Quincy. In
qulro mornings. 305S Ogden avenue. 22SS
;THREE room modern, newly painted and
papered, to reliable party who will care
for piano, etc. 2715 Grant. 227S
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms. Phone 11 S3. 261 Twenty-sixth.
TWO four room furnished apartments
with bath and sleeping porch. 2785
CLEAN comfortable room with hot and
cold water and telephone for two young
ladles or gentlemen. $7 voek or S20 a
month. Arlington Hotel, "Tho Heart of
PLEASANT apartment, also sleeping
ro o ms.- 2612 .Monroe, 225C
TWO 2-room furnished apartmonts for
two. 27S5 Grant. 2244
PLEASANT sleeping room. 458 Twonlv-
fonrth. Phone cci-M. 2237
TWO room apartment, gas. $11 a month
and up. Rear 336 Thirty-flrr.t. Inquire
Mrs Anderson 2212
MODERN furnished sleeping rooms. 611
FIVE room modern house on the bench
for one month, to responsible parties;
no children. Address 56, care Standard.
SLEEPING room In modem home. Phone
552-W. 76S Twenty-eighth street. 2176
ONE room for light housekeeping. 365
MODERN three room furnished apart
ment. 365 Twenty-eighth. No children.
ROOM. 461 Twenty-fourth. Phone 1725
FURNISHED front room. Modem. Phone
2173-M. 535 Twenty-seventh. 21S0
STRICTLY modern fumishod room. Gen
tlemen preferred. 126 Twenty-second.
Phone 2S90-M. 2209
MODERN housekeeping room, nicely fur-
nished. 227 Twenty-seventh. 2215
FCRN1SHED bookkeeping or sleeping
I rooms. 3610 Monroe. 2210 ;
TWO or tin eo furnished rooms for house
I keeping. V". B. Wedcll, 2468 Waching-
fton avenue. 2152
' 5?ODERN room for gentleman, close in. 1
$3.50 week, references. 2311 Adams avo- ;
MODERN sleeping rooms for gentlemen.
306 Twenty-eighth street. 2156
VERY desirable house on bench for two ,
months. . Apply A T care Standard. I
DOWNSTAIRS front room Tri modem
home, gentlemen profervrd, 2684 Madl-
son. 2071 ,
TWO furnished rooms for rent 2642 Mon- '
ROOMS for housekeeping. 427 Twenty- !
APARTMENT for rent 2571 Lincoln. j
GATES HOTEL ;
Transient rooms with Mth: weekly,
rates. 2446 Grant avenue. Phone 3050. ;
- 1972 '
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotul. Phono 3018. 1937 j
NICE large modem rooms, breakfast If
desired. References required. 2G39 Jef
f o rson. 1673
SLEEPING rooms. 530 Twenty-third.
j FOR RENT .
FIRST-class garage. 6S Twentv-fonrth.
j GARAGE. 2i'34 Grant. 1S39
GOOD pasture for horses, close to Ogden.
Smith & Flinders. Commercial National
1 bank building Phone 1147 or 286S-W eve
I nlngs. 178-1
I TELEPHONE 2582-.! for vacuum cleaners.
'$1 for 24 hours. Sti'rllzcd dust bags. Dellv-
I or evenings 161 !
I THREE Ohio vacuums In first elass con
dition. $1 day. Call F. Barlow. 2384-J.
OHIO vwrmim. $1 day. Phone 314S. 1222
STORAGE loom for rent. Call Asbcsto
lotf Pro1ijrix Co. Phone H16-W. 3677
PT'RTATNS and hand laundry. All hand
! work. Phone 2455. 2243
POSITION as chauffeur wanted. Box 35.
care Standard -Examiner. 2190
! NURSING by day or week. Phone 1S21
1 PLAIN sewing, curtains laundered. Mrs.
; Hadley. 2123 Quincy avenue. Phone 2317
j ' "AOTED 1
BY RESPONSIBLE couple, four or flvo"j
! room modern furnished house. Thone
j iSO-M. 2270
FURNISHED apartment for man and !
wife. No children. Box 52. Standard. I
TO RENT or lease. Modern house of
I five or six rooms, bench preferred. Call
; 1535. 206S
1 WE take your old range as first poymeit
on any new range, or will buy your nld
rane otitilrht Hoijjc Furnliure Co. 1673
TO salaried people without security, to
others on pianos, furniture, bobds, etc
227 Hudson Bldg. Phone 234. 249
MONEY to loan on nnproveci .-cui ostai-.
1 ICelly & Horrick. 7T9
i LOST 1
GENTLEMAN'S cameo tie pin. set in
gold square mountining. at Ogden canvon
sanitarium office on Wcdncwlnv night,
last. Finder can get good reward by
leaving at the Ogden sanitarium office.
CHILD'S red tricycle. Return to 626
Twenty-seventh street. Roward; no quos
tlons asked. 2279
BROWN marc, weight about 1150 pounds,
has a brand like an L with three dots
above It. Phone 9-R-ll. 2251
BETWEEN Roy and Ogden. ono short
leather coat. Call phone 3363-W. Re
BABY'S gold engraved bracelet. lost on
either Washington or Twenly-sovcnth
street, last Sunday. Return to Standard
GENERAL cord tire. 33x4. Phono 1S20 or
call at 906 Twelfth Stt Reward. 2135
i Poultry and EgR&
LAYING hen?, also cockerels. Phono
2010 or 2749 Grant avonuc. 2193
CARD and character reading. 449 Twen-ty-alxth.
GENTLEMAN, age 3.'i. wishes to corres
pond with respectable lady of xuitable
mie: object matrimony. Address J. A..
P. O. Box 296. Ogtlen. ?nM
Tho Inventor of the bicycle Is unknown.
u FORSALE j
I LEAVING town, must sell quick, piano,
'household furniture. Cleveland bicycle
and steel wheelbarrow. 2210 Monroe.
FISH poles, 5c and up, 1610 Washington.
HOGANIZED White Leghorn pullnt. ev
ery ono laying, cheap If taken at once
613 Twenty-fourth. 2273
NINE piece fumed oak dining room sot,
bargain, good condition. 2336 Adams.
MIAMI light weight motorcycle, belt, good
condition. $30 cash. 33Q5 Grant. 2276
21 JEWEL railroad itandard watch. Prac
tlcally new. Cail 2767 Wall. 2282
SINGER sewing machine. chcaPi 449
TWO carpets, cheap. 2933 Chlldc. Phono
2431-.T. , 2257
TWO row riding or walking beet culti
vator. 2219 Hudson. 2240
FIVE passenger Ford Just overhauled:
new paint: $100. Phone 2179-M. 2228
JEWEL gns range. $25: coal range 320:
Imh k ,i nMo cm i.i. -i. .... i.t
chairs $10. lust bo seen to be appreci
ated. 3228 Grant avenue. 3230
CLARK Jewel gas range. 2579 Monroo.
$25. . 2236
BY OWNER Lot 33x147 feet to alloy,
bam. chicken coops and a few younc
fruit trcos, only $150. Inquire at 2025
Tyler avenue. 2238
OFFICE desk and throe chairs. 702 Ec
cles building. 230
25 White Leghorn hens Call 2330. 2262
NINE piece oak dining room set bargain.
good condition. 2536 Adams ave.nue. 225Q
SHETLAND pony. 630 Twenty-fourth.
CALL S2S for kindling wood. 22 IS
DETROIT Jewel gas range. 460 Twon-tv-nlnth
BOHN-SirHON refrigerator. White en
ameled 75 pounds capacity Cost $100.
Will sell for $50. Mr. Fowler. Wright's
FULL size Pennsula gas range, four burn
ers, simmer. largo oven and broiler, near
ly new. 144S Twenty-sixth. 27S1
ONE good as new buffet. 2C65 Wall avo
TEAM and harness, cheap. 1073 Twen
t. -first. Phono 959-M. 2183
GOOD shanty for salo cheap. 721 Sev
cnth street, 2184
LOT 50x130 feet, containing cherry trees.
Inquire at 1841 Hudson avenue. 2186
LARGE size fumed oak davenport. Call
263 Thirtieth street. 2187
JEWEL gas range. 556 Twenty-third.
j REGISTERED Persian stallion, 3 years
old. 1417 Washington. Phone 1979.
HOUSEHOLD furniture, practically new.
I for -tale. 2129 Monroe. 215S
1 FURNITURE and stoves in good condl
tlon Phone 3373. 2160
BRONZE baby turkeys to arrive Juno
3 and 9 Order now Supply limited.
Phono 1243. Western Grain & Feed Co..
2351 Washington Avenue. 2113
A-l fresh milk row and calf. 1915 Grant.
CABBAGE, tomato, peppers, egg plants,
celery, cauliflower and flowering plants.
Plocc your orders early. Also nice, lot of
potted plantr.. Phone 1243. Western Grain
& Feed Co., 2354 Washington avenue, Og
den. Utah. 2114
COAL range in good condition, cheap.
2763 Madison. Phono 2360-W. 2130
F1GGY sows. Hunsakcr Com. Co. Phone
FOR cabbage and tomato plants call John
Busch. Phone 5S4-J. 2089
CHOICE tomato plants, egg plants, pep-;
pers. cabbage and cauliflowor. At L. r.
Stone. 674 Twelfth street. 2083
NEW Implements. Bain wagon, harness,
grain drill, hay mower and rako. plows 2
way. cream separator. Call 3177-J. 2084
NAVY bluo gcorgotte blouse, size 36. neck,
sleeves and peplan decorated hand painted'
design never worn. $20 value $10. Phone
HORSES and mules. 2763 Gibson avenue.
West Twenty-eighth street. 1793
i PERIOR pansy plants at Pnrdy's. 2S52
Plngi-ee. Phone 2116 R. 1219
1 SECONDHAND goods bought and sold. T.
C. Ivcrson, 1C40 Washington. Phone 49
CANARIES: males and females. 2220
, Lincoln. 1528
'GOOD set harnesa. automatic washer, mo-
j torcycle. safe. hose. bike. Phono 333
PIANOS and other musical Instruments.
I Terms without Interest, Pantone, 2S74
HIGHEST prices paid for second hand
goods. Slowo'a Second Hand Store. 1800
t Washington Ave Phone 686-J 5-2-tf
j UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
rpductlon. Gordon's. 211-25 Twcnty-fl.'th
! St. Phone 419. 8157
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowe's and save
money. 1S00 Washington avenue. Phono
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Studebaker. 7 passenger $$75
Hudson super-six. roadster $1850
Reo. seven passenger $950
All overhauled and repainted
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO.
2345 Hudson Avenue. Phone 460
Cadillac S louring.
Bnlck 6 touring.
Studebaker 4 touring.
Ford ono-ton truck.
Studebaker one-ton truck.
Nash two-ton truck.
PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO.
2200 Washington Avenue
CLASSY cut down Ford. Coll 943. 2234
GRAB THIS QUICK
Five passenger Chevrolet, newly painf
ecd .four now tlreu and spare, electric
starter and lighting, first-class shapo me
chanically. Terms to responsible persons.
Priced low. Call forenoons or evenings
2S81 Washington Hvenue. tf
BY OWNER 490 Chovrolet. engine in A
1 mechanical condition, six tires, lights,
starter and clock. $375 cash for quick
sale, at 349 Twenty-sixth street. 2206
Dodge touring, '17 model.
Dodge touring, '17 model.
Saxon touring. 17 model.
Haynes touring, '18 model.
Hupmobile touring. '18 model.
Palgo touring S, '18 model.
Dodgo roadstor, '17 model.
Bulck roadster. '17 model.
Ford delivery truck, '19 model.
Ford delivery truck, '17 model.
Ford touring, IS 'model.
Ford one-ton truck, '17 model.
Ford sedan, 1S model.
Ford sedan, '17 model.
Ford sedan. '20 model. v
Lets us soil your car. Our demand for
used cars demand the attention of tho
seller as well as tho buyer.
Ogdon's greater auto exchange. '
UTAH AUTO & TIRE EXCHANGE
2221 Washington Avenue Ogden
FORD ton truck, ready for the road. 2336
EU1CK light six touring, mechanically
perfect; now high grado top; newly paint
ed; flvo almost new cord Urea. $1100.
Terms to responslblo party. Call 2015-.T
FIVE passenger Ovcrlnnd Just over
hauled, now batten'- A bargain for cash.
Phono 3124-W. 2Ui
FIVE passenger- Ford. Call at 2021 Waah
Ington between 6 and S p. in. 2128
MODEL N Hupmobile, good as now.
Phom; 3099-M aftor 6 p. m. 2072
C. E. YpIlGASON used car dealer. Let mo
sell your car. P'ords wanted. Phone 1651 -W
OILY spark plugs and diluted oil In crank
caso remedied In most cars without rebor
ing. The Franklin Agcnc". 246C Grant
CHEVROLET 4-90 model; almobt new.
Read Auto Top Co. B78
Ancient Phoenicians wero expert
I Male Help i
GOOD commission. Call between 2 and
5-30, 2447 OranL 22G5
BARBER wanted. $26 a week guaranteed.
Phone 1061. 2255
MAN for general work around furniture.
Miller Furniture Store 2247
MEN to unload coal by contract. Ogden
Sowor Pipe &. Clay Co. 2201
WORK for mon and boys. Also old
clothes, etc. Salvation Army. Phone
BOYS wanted to sell Standard-Examiner
on Sunday rnornlngs. Good money for
hustlers. See circulation manager, Stand-ard-Examlnor.
MINERS and loaders -wanted by tho Me
geath Coal Company at Rock Springs and
Megcath. Wyoming. Steadv work. Living
conditions good. Good comfortable houses
for men with families. Mines free from
gas and water, AVrito William RedBhaw,
Supt.. tho Megcath Col Company, Mo
gcath, Wyoming, for further particulars
regarding CAmp3j or J. E. Megcath. Vice
President The Megcath Coal Company,
No. 1403 W. O. W. Building. Omaha. Neb
J reska. You can also communicate with tho
local president of iht U. M. W. of A., Me
leenlh. AVvnmllic hi reenrd to conditions
at our mines, 1896
Female Help j
I EXPERIENCED waitress. Kerns' cafe.
! EXPERIENCED maid wanted at Broom
'dRL wanted. Orpheum Candy Co,
CHAMBERMAID it Reed Hotel. 2212
I EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper. Or
pheum Candy Co. 2201
! STENOGRAPHER with some office ox
I pcrlencc. Kay, care Standard. 2163
WOMAN who understands the use of elcc
trlc washing niKchlnc to do family wanh
hUf. Phono" 1C4C-.I. 1937
; j helFwanted j!
i Male and Female )
EXTRA clerks for Saturdays. Chrlstcn
sen's Cut Rate Shoe Store. 2229
LEARN to dance atWoodward Studio. Og
'den. 2359 Washington. Salt Lake 34 Sou'.h
Main street Open dally 765
! PRINTERS salesman wanted Good op
iportunfty for thoi right man. Experience
ncecasary. Salary and commission. A-l-j
dress lettors to Box X. care Standard
i Examiner. 2276
I LEGAL NOTICES
j NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
j Notice Is hereby given that Ogden Cltv
i proposes to make the following public im-
provemcnt. to-wit: Construct main out
' fall sowor in Sower District No. 131. to
gether with work Incidental thereto, ac
cording to plans, specifications and pro
files on file in tho office of the city en
gineer. And nealed bids arc invited for
said work and will be received at the
offico of tho city rccordor In the City hall
at Ogvlen. LTtah. until ten o'clock a. m,
on the 23rd day of June. 1920. Instruc
tions to bidders, plans and specifications
for sold Improvement can be seen and
examined at the offico of tho city cngi
Ineer In tho City hall of raid city.
The right Is reserved to reject any
land all bids and to waive any defects.
I By order of tho Board of Commlsolon-
cm of Ogden City. Utah, this, tho 1st
1 day of June, 1920.
j C. T. MOVES.
First publication Juno 2. 1920.
I Iaat publication June 21. 1920.
I Published In Ogden Standard-Examiner.
I Sewer District No. 131.
I ASSESSMENT NTOTICE.
i Bic Pine Mining Company, principal
place of business 2449 Washington avenue.
Ogden City, Utah.
I Notico is hereby given that nt a meet
I Ing of tho Board of Directors of the Big
Pine Mining Co.. held on tho 2nd day of
I March. 1920, an assessment. No. 2, of one
1 half cent O.i cent) per share was levied on
the outstanding capital stock of tho cor
: poratlon payable on or beforo June S.
1 1U20. to Fred J. Vicks. Secretary and
Treasurer of the Plngreo National Bunk,
Ogden City, Utah, and that anv shares
I upon which said assessment shall remain
I unpaid on tho 5th day of Juno. 1920, will
bo delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and. unless payment Is
1 mado boforo will be sold on the 26th day
of June. 1920, at 10 o'clock a. ni to pay
delinquent asscssmont, logother with the
cost of advertising and expenses of sale
FRED J VICKS.
Secretary and Treasurer.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that Ogden City
fropo3os to make tho following public
mprovomcnt. to-wit Construct pavement
In Paving District No. 132, together with
work Incidental thereto, according to
plans, specifications and profiles on flic in
the offico of the City Engineer. And sealed
bids are Invited for said work and will
I be received at tho offico of the City Re
corder In the City Hall at Ogden. Utah,
until 10 o'clock a. m. on the 10th day of
June, 1920. Instructions to bidders, plans
and spcclf'catlons for caid improvement
can bo seen and examined at tho offico
I of tho City Engineer In tho City hall of
The right Is reserved to reject any and
ail bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers of Ogden City. Utah, this, tho 20th
day of May, 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
First publication May 2l, 1920.
Last publication June 9, 1920.
Published In tho Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Pavlnc district No. 132.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEWMAN
8u STUART COMPANY, A CORPORA
Notice Is herebx given, that a special
meotlng of tho stockholders of tho New
man & Stuart Company, a corporation, Is
hereby called, and will be hold at tho of
fice of Harris & Jcnson, attorneys tor
said corporation, at Suite 313 Col. Hud
son building. In Ogden City. Weber Coun
ty, Stato of Utah, on tho 5th day of June.
A. D. 1920. at tho hour of four (4) o'clock
p. m.. for tho following purposes, to-wit:
1. To consider and voto upon tho prop
osition of Increasing the capital stock of
tho eald NEWMAN & STUART Com
pany. from the sum of $50,000.00, divided
Into 500 shares at tho par valuo of $100.00
per share, to the sum of $100,000.00, divid
ed Into 1000 shares nt tho par value of
$100.00 per sharo.
2. To elect a board of flvo (5) direc
tors of the said Newman Stuart Com
pany, ono (1) of which shall be elected
and act as president, one (1) as vice pres
ident, ono (1) a3 secretary, and ono (1)
3. To transact any other or further
business that may properly come beforo
the said special meotlng or tho stockhold
ers of tho said company.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS. WILLIAM E. NEWMAN.
President Newman & Stuart Company, a
IMOGENE H. WILSON,
Secrotary Newman & Stuart Company, a
Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Said Cor
poration. Dated ut Ogden, Utah, May 14. A. D.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS,
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City,
Utah, March 25, 1920.
Notice Is hereby glvon that tho Davis
.& Wcbor Counties Canal company, with
principal offico at Ogden. Utah, has mado
application In accordance with the re
quirements of Section 8. Chapter 67, Ses
sion Laws of Utah, 1919. to chance tho
place of uso of fifteen thousand (15.000)
acro-feet of water stored In a reservoir
in Eaat Canyon Creek. In Morgan County,
and heretofore used to irrigate 15,000
acres of land embraced In tho southern
part of Township 6 North, Range 2 West,
the major part of Township 5 North.
Rango 2 West, Township 4 North. Range
1 West, and Township 4 North. Rango 2
West, and Sections 4, 5, fi, and 9 Town
ship 3 North, Rango 1 West. Said com
pany now desires to uso tho water as a
supplementary supply to Irrigate 19,200
teres of land embraced in Sections 30 and
LEGAL NOTICES !
31. T. G N., R. 1 W.. Sections 25. 26. 34.
35. and 36, T. 6 N.. B. 2 W.; Sections G.
18, 19. 20. 28. 23, 34. 35. and 36, T. 5 N..
R. 1 W.; Scctlono 1 to 3, 9 to 1G. 19 to 36
Inclusive. T. 5 N., R. 1 W.; Sections
6 to 9. 15 to 23. 26 to 35, inclusive. T 4
N.. R. 1 W.; Sections 1 to G, S to 17, 20 to
29; 34 to 36. Incluolvo. T. 4 N R. 2 W.:
Soctlons 1 to 6, S to 11. inclusive. T. 3
N.. R. 1 W.: Section 1. T. 3 N.. R 2 W.
This application is designated in the State
Engineer's office as No. a527.
All protests against the granting of said
application stating tho reaoonn therefor,
must bo mado by affidavit in duplicate,
accompanied with a fee of $2.50. and
filed In this offico within thirty (305 days
after tho completion, of the publication
of this notice.
G. F. McGONAGLE,
Date of first publication May 7. 1920.
Dato of completion of publication June 4,
In "the City Court of Ogden City.
Countv of Weber. Stato of Utah.
Utah National Bank, a Corporation. Plain
tiff, vs. Walter E, Doyle. Defendant.
The State of Utah to tho Said Defendant;
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within ten days after service of thl3 sum
mons upon you. if served within the coun
ty in which this action la brought other
wise, within twenty days after this serv
ice, and defend tho above entitled action'
and in case of your failure so to do. the
plaintiff In this action will apply to the
court for tho rollef demanded in the com- 1
plaint of .which a copy is hitherto at-
toched and herewith served upon you and
will take Judgment against you for the
sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), with i
interest nt tho rate of 12 per cent per an-1
num -since March 29, 1920, coats of collec
tion amounting to $2.50,, together with 1
plaintiff's costs and disbursement'; heroin.
This action in brought to recover a Judg-
mcnt against you upon a promissory note
for tho sums hereinabove set forth.
STUART P. DOBBS,
P. O. Address 210 Col. Hudson Bldg.. Og
Dated Ogden City, Wobor County, Utah,
this 30th day of April. 1920.
In tho District Court of Wobor County.
State of Utah.
Thelma Wadman. Plaintiff, vs. Clarence J
Tho Slnto of Utah to Said Defendant:
You aro hereby summoned to 'appear
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon you. if served with the
county in which this action is brought:
othcrwlso within thirty days after serv
ice and defend tho abovo entitled ac
tion; and in case of your failure oo to do.
Judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the clerk of said
This action is brought to dissolve the
bonds of matrimony now and hitherto ex
isting between the plaintiff and the de
fendant and for the custody of tho minor
children of tho plaintiff and the defendant
Issue of said marriage", and for general
HALVERSON. KIMBALL & FARR.
P. O. Address- No. 605 David Eccles
Building. Ogden City. Utah.
In the District Court. County of "Weber.
Stale of Utah,
Gottfried Staldor. Plaintiff, vs. Frances
M. Staldcr, Defendant.
The State of Utah to Said Defendant-
j You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty daya after sorvico of this
alias summons upon you. if served within
the countv In which this action io
I brought; otherwise within thirty days aft
er service, and defend the abovo entitled
action; and in case of your failure so to
do, Judgment will bo rendered against you
according to tho demand of the com
plaint, which has boon filed with the clerk
of said court, i
j This action in brought to obtain a Judg
: mcnt and decroo dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and lieretoforo existing
between plaintiff and defendant.
D. R. DICKENS.
P. O. Address. 2430 Washington Avenue.
Consult County Clerk or xne Rcspec- j
tlve SigncrG for Further
Estate and Guardianship of Edna Fowler.
The potition of Rachel Allen-Fowler for
letters of guardianship. In the abovo en
titled mattor, has been set for hearing on
Monday, the 7th day of Juno, 1920, nttwoi
(2) o'clock p. m.. at the county court
heiisc. in the court room of said court. In i
0,"Jn City, Weber County. Utah. I
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
the soal thereof affixed, this 2Gth day of
May. 1920. I
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk
Chez &. Barker. Attorneys for Petitioner.
Estate of Charlca E. Langham. Deceased,
Tho petition of George J. Kelly for lot
tcra of administration with will annexed,
In tho abovo entitled matter, has been set
for hearing beforo Hon. A. E. Pratt. Judge,,
on Monday, the 7th day of Juno. 1920. at
ten (10) o'clock a. m.. at the county court
house. In the court room of said court, In
Ogdon City. Weber county. Utah.
Wltnos.w. tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 2Gth day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk.
Henderson & Johnson, Attorneys for Pe
Estate of Nephl Hardy. Deceased.
The petition Of Arnold Hardy, praying
for tho appointment of himself as admin
istrator of the estate of No phi Hardy,
deceased. In the above entitled mattor,
has been sot for hearing before Hon. A. E.
Pratt. Judge, on Monday, tho 7th day of
June. 1920, at ten (10) o'clock a. in., at
the county court house. In tho court room
of said court, In Ogden City, Wobor Coun
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clork.
Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District, In and for tho County of
Weber. State of Utah.,
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Laura M.
Creditors of tho estate of Laura M.
Mclghan-Wlant. deceased, will present
their claims, together with vouchors, to
the undersigned administrator, at the law
offices of Chez & Barker, at rooms 400-401-402-403.
First National bank building.
Ogdon , Utah, on, or beforo tho 24th day
of July, 1920.
FRANK R. WIANT.
Cher. fc Barker. Attorneys for Administrator.
i A. W. RICHARDS ON
! COAST FOR TRY0UT
LOS ANGELES, Juno 3. A. W.
Richards of Ogden, Utah, winner of the
running high jump event in the Olym
pic games at Stockholm in 1912, witn
a leap of six fe'et 4 inches, was here
today for the Pacific coast Olympic
tryouts to be held at Pasadena on
26. He was the first entrant outside
of southern California to arrive.
YACHT RACE FOR TODAY
HELD UP FOR REPAIRS
NEWPORT, R. I., Juno 4, Owing
to tho Inability of tho managers of
tho yacht Reaoluto to offoct complotc
repairs at hor anchorage In this port,
tho raco with Vanltie today was call
ed off and tho Resolute was towed
to tho Horroshoff yard at Bristol.
The yachts will sail tho triangular
course tomorrow as tho repairs to
Resolute are expected to bo completed
Feather fans on long handles wero
rogarded as symbols of royalty by tho
1 QUEEN OF SPAIN IS REAL BULL FIGHT FAN ' I
j SEVILLE Queen Victoria of Spain is a real bull fight fan. Re-
cently, while in the royal box, watching Jose Gomezr known as Jose- il
jlito, battle the bulls, she tossed her handkerchief to him as he made jjl
! his first killing. A short time later another bull gored Joselito to
j death, almost before the royal box, and the queen is wearing a black
'bordered handkerchief. lll
! Inforraaiion Bureau j
$2.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
1 For cement blocks or general cement
. work and house remodeling, phone 2257-J.
; ANYTHING New or Old
t ANYTHING A to Z now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 333.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
I Bramwell Book and Stationery. 2312
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 2053
Utah Natltonal Unnk, coutheaDt comer
Twenty-fourth, and Washington Phono 61.
F. Stuppeck, carpenter and Jobber
, Phone 101S. 153 Twenty-third street.
i CARPET CLEANING
; K. Van Kampen for upholstering, car
, pots cleined, altered and laid. Remaking
' of mattrosses. Phone 2752-J.
! Expert carpet cleaning, matr.reca rcno
, vaUng. upholaterlng, and springs re-
stretencd. Call E. J - Hampton Co..
Fealhei renovating Phone 25SC-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE I
Phone 133. 2238-60 Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba fc Co.. leading Japanese res
taurant in Ogdon. 273 2-lth St.
The New Method Dentists arc special-
Ists in all branches of Dentistry. 24CJ
Wodhlngton Avo. 220S
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers
of flno cuts In ono or moro colors. 415
Ttvcnty-rourOi street. Phone 463.
Geo. D. Bcnnott. corporation and group
insurance a specialty. Phono 124-W. 1514
Export furniture packing, repairing, re
flniahlng. 3115-NR. 1C30
L. J. Barker, 320 Col. Hudson Bldg.
j Featherweight arch supports. Corrective
JUNK AND HIDES
Western HIdo & Junk Co.. 2323 Wash-
Ington Ave . Phone SSI.
Ogden 1 unk House. 2053 Washington
Ave. Phono 210
MOVING AND HAULING
' For moving vans, all kinds of hauling.
call Highley Transfer. 2434-J. 1316
Ogden Fixture and Mill Co. Screens,
doors, windows, sash, kitchen cabinet,
store and offico fixtures. Rear 145 Twenty-fourth
street. Phone 019-W. 10D2
Brig, tho Painter. All kinds of house
I painting and interior decorating. Phone
1 973. , 1430
Wlllard Kay. real estato and loans
2474 Washington Avo. Phono 403. 1874
Garbage and rubblah hauled, cesspools
and toilets cleaned- Mohn Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828. 2348 Hudson Avenue. 3732
If moving to tho canyon call S. M.
Mooro Transfer. Phono 039-J or 2373-"W.
Taxi aer-lco Phono S4 for taxi. Closed
cars only. 2743
TRUNKS AND BAGS
: Trunk and bap repairing, round cor
Iner from Standard. Gallachcr's. T373 Hud
son. - .- 211S
WALL PAPER CLEANING
Taper hanging, calsomlning. rcasonablo
price. Phono 3220-R. 1429
Lowe & Grccnwcll. Phono 2724-R. 1S40
EXPERT window and wall paDer clean
Ing. American Window Cleaning. Ph. ES3
HIS OWX DENTIST
(By International Neys Service.)
LONDON. For somo days the
orang-outang at tho Zoo has boon
restive. Usually he tolls tho keopcr
his ncedB by-si&ns or Guttural noises.
Nobody could discover what was the
matter until ho was observed by two
witnesses to havo discovered and
great was his Joy a stout picco of
string in his bedding.
Ono of his dog toeth had evidently
bocomo loosoned and was giving him
pain. Ho tied tho string round tho
tooth and mado several efforts to dis
lodge it. Finding tho task a hard one,
he entwined tho loose- end of tho
string round the bars of his cage,
and by dint of jorklng his head back
successfully extracted tho tooth. It
was qulto two inches long. and
the orang-outang was so pleased
with the feat that he rcfusod to allow
cither of tho keepers to touch it. Tho
tooth has slnco disappeared, and it
is believed that ho has hiddon It on
a ledgo at tho top of the cage some
fifteen feet high.
"WLLSON SEES BROTHER.
WASHINGTON. June 3. President
"Wilson saw his brother. Josoph "Wilson
of Baltimore, for half an hour today.
On leaving tho "Whlto House Mr. Wil
son said the president was looking
FAVQR RAISE IN I
. CiljPGE I
Republican Committee Points jH
Need of Reform to Gain jH
Higher Efficiency jjH
NEW YORK, June 4. Payment of tH
fair wages to employes In tho federal
civil service was recommended as a
remedy for conditions in that service jH
characterized as "chaotic" in a report H
made public of a sub-committee on B
civil service and retirement of tho 'H
I Republican committee's advisory corn- 1
mlltcc on policies and platfbrm. Th
sub-commlttoc which makes the re- 1
port is headed by Jameo R. Garfield,
of Ohio. The report has been adopt- H
I ed by the executive committee of tho H
advisory committee and will be sub- H
mlttod to the platform committee of 1
the Republican convention to be held
Tho report stated that criticism of
the federal civil service and demands H
I for Its reforms "seem to be reaching; H
a climax. A common chargo brought ll
against the service is that It is Ineffl- H
cicnt and extravagantly administered, jH
that many workers -are unfit for their 1
work and not a few too old to render
Employes were declared by the
committee to have become so dlssatla- H
fled with the present salary and cm- H
! ployment conditions that they ar
leaving the service in alarmingly larg H
numbers. Signs of Impaired morale H
are declared to have been noted and. H
i are considered "a reliable index of in- H
I efficient personal administration " H
Causes cited for this condition arn H
I failure to check up the efficiency of
I employes and to dismiss tho ineffl- H
cicnt ones, the fact that admlnistrat- H
ora have not sufficient freedom of ao- H
tlon. fixing by congress of maximum 'H
salary limits on an inadequate scala H
and "no consistent policy as to in
creases in salary commensurate with H
, tho Increasing cost of living and th
advancing rates paid in outside em-
To romcdy these the committee reo-
lommends that the government "adopt H
a comprehensive employment and H
, wage policy that would guarantee H
I equal and just treatment to its army H
of workers." That tho government H
should determine upon a fair wage
and salary scale that will really be
equitable. The committee states that
it will bo necessary to centralize su- H
pervislon of salaries and other em- H
ployment conditions under tho civil H
service commission. It declares that
"tho adoption of such a policy will
be in keeping with recent develop
mcnt In the industrial world and will
enable the government as an em- H
ployer to take Its proper position
among the leaders in the very impor
tant field of enlightened employment
on i H
INTERCOLLEGIATE AIR H
RACE IN NORTHWEST H
SPOKANE, Wash., June 4 . An in
tcrcolleglatc airplane race, said to bo H
I the first ever held in tho northwest,
was announced today for next Wed-
nesday between Dave Matthews of
I Spokane, representing the University
I of Idaho, and George Tozer.of Evorett,
a student at Washington Stato college.
The filers will circle the campus of
the two institutions, which are nine
miles apart, several times during tho
course of the race, a purauit contest
of fifty miles.
FIT NEW CROSS TREES H
TO UPTON'S SHAMROCK H
NEW YORK, Juno -1. Sir Thoma tl
LIpton's Shamrock IV today was being
equipped with new cross trees.
Tho Shamrock's original topsails Jl
wore burned beforo she camo to this
country, and the now ones were nevoy !H
tried until this wcok when it was no
ticcd that tho cross trees showed signs
of giving way under galas. H
RECOVERING AFTER 50-FT.
PLUNGE OVER PRECIPICE
(By International News Sorvlce ) B
PORTLAND, Ore. After falling
over tho prccipico at tho hoad of
Onconta Gorge, fifty foot to the bot
torn of tho canyon. Carl Wonnor, oi
this oity, is recovering from a slight
abrasion of tho hoad. Wonnor had
climbed to the top of the fall's, H
missed his footing and plunged oVef
the cliff, landing safoly In a deep poo
Of water between two hugo bouldor.-