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WM ! THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 11.1 920. . 13 .
FOR SALE "
Real Estate
GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO
US Twenty-fourth St. Phonos 2S0-2S1
J270O Four room modem bungalow, lot
4GX132. located close In on bench.
5300 cash. Balance ?20 per month.
An exceptional buy. Terms.
$3100 Six room modern brick. Nice lot.
located close In. A rent good buy.
$700 cash. Balance on easy terms.
51650 Five room modem brick: cement
basement: built-in featurca: Ideal
location on bench. Immediate pos
session. Terms.
J5200 Five room modern brick bungalow.
Full basement. Hot Air bent; hard
wood floors: shades, linoleum, beau
tiful chandelier?. A beautiful homo
and in excellent condition Worl.i
S6000. Close in on bench. Terms.
GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
1G Twenty-fourth St. Phones 2S02
FIVE room modern brick bungalow, hard
wood floors, full basement, sleeping
porch. largo lot. poultry houses. Price
51500. 51250 down. .
Seven room modern frame close in on
paved street. 53500. 500 down.
ALFRED K. STRATFORD
Phone 60 or 230 1-J
2527
STOP paylnp city taxes. New four room
frame bungalow, six lots, fenced and cross
fenced with chicken wire, Just outside j
cit limits. A good home, unfurnished o r (
furnished. J2G00 to 52000. Phone fe. b
Smith, 121-1. pJJ
FROERER & FOWLES
2409 Hudson Avenue Phono 31 1
$3500 Ruy.K beautiful five room brick
summer homo in Ogden valley. Four
acres of land with good pasture for
enw. Several good springs on plac
and water system in h&uoe. Terms.
53000 Ruv.q one of the best hullt fivo
room modern brkk bouses on north
Washington avenue. First instal
ment on pavement paid. Garage; lot
50x372. ' Good water right.
$2000 Buvs four room house with lot 100
xl32. Water right. Located In south
west part of town.
$6000 Buys now strictly moacrn brick
home, situated on the best part of
bench. This Is a real bargain. Half
1 cash.
FROERER & FOWLES
Real Estate and Insuranco
2103 Hudson Avenue Phone 31 1
I BY OWNER Four room house, sleeping
porch, bam. good outbuildings. II acres
of nlfalfand fruit. COO Lincoln avenue
BY OWNER One-half aero and four
room house and garage. 218 West Scven
teenth street. -5U
LARGE building lots. new. addition to
Eighth street. Good soil, drainage and lo--vcatlon.
639 Seventh. Phone 2135-M.
FIVE room brick on Twenty -fourth;
modern; screened In porch 5-1000. One
half cash. Will acacpt auto part pay ;
Range, shades and linoleum go with the
house. O. A. Kennedy. Utah National
Bldg.. Phone 913 or 2213-.T. 246 ,
FIVE room modem frame house, 322 1
Thirty-third street. Inquire 32S9 Wash-
ington avenue . j
BY OWNER Five acres of land, fruit
trees, berries and beets; modern cement j
block house, outbuilding, team and wag-.
ons. Call phone 1017-R, 2422,
FOUR room house one acre ground. Geo. j
Stewart, Glcnwood Acres. Phones, day. j
LOT on Thirty-first between Lincoln and j
Wall avenue. Inquire 3166 Grant avenue
Real EsUUeG' AGELlnsurancc
Five acres fine loJid, seven room brick
houso. 55500: term.
Twenty acres alfalfa. 3 miles from
Ogden; two room house, barn, etc, 53650:
Four room frame, R. R. district. $1500:
tCFlve room frame. R. R. district; 52000:
Six 'room dwelling, good shape, large ;
poultry houses, 19 lots, horse, harness.
et?f you want"lo buy. sell or trade real
j estate of any kind, know.
Phone 69 or 72.' Basement Broom Hotel.
MUST BE SOLD lj
Twenty acre3 of fruit and vegetable j i
farm ono and a half miles from electric -road.
Crop will pay for proportv. Price i
S6500. Call after 6 p. m.. 11 M Twenty-j
fourth street. 2420
FIVE room modem frame cottago. Two , :
extra building lots Excchpt location. '
Price 53650. Phone Owner. 2310-W.
C L GALBRAITH REAL, ESTATE CO. -Houses,
farms and lots, any price, anv . :
kind, anywhere Our cars will take you.
Ofice 246 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 1061,;39G j !
SEVEN rooni modern brick house, dou- j
ble garage, paved street. Terms on part
S. W Wherry, 2C03 Mndison. 2315. j
OlwH ' BY OWNER Good 1G room apartment;.
i.liMtM ' house, furnished, sleeping porches, gas j ;
MSM ranges, finest location in town. $140 a;,
Jl'imMl month income. Good terms. Phone 102 .
'V HI I
'.f A'BM SEVEN room brick Have you some- J
TW thing to trade. Small bouse preferred '
sift-Efll We can be of mutual benefit by dealing .
'lltH direct. Also have good piano. 132o Twen-
ty-flfth street. Phono' 142C-R. 230S
'-'fWHI 151 ACRES of choice farm orchard and I.
i :H garden Land with So. 1 water right Good !
kflH Improvements, close in. A bargain. PI en-I ,
ty of water 1919. Phone 3192-R. 2312 1
'Wm i CHEAP, six room modern, near Washing-
pfrM ' ' ton. Furniture. 178 Twenty-first. 2322 ,
.if-fBI ' BY OWNER Five room modem brick
bungalow. 319 Thirty-fourth. Price 54 ago. ,
ife-jH 1 BY OWNER Five loom modern hous on j
bench, with garage, large lot, fine location ;
ffjfim Phone 24G7-M 23- ;
FROEREP. & FOWLES
ite'i?,?! Real Estate ..onus .nsurancc
Sfail I 2409 H.i.150.1 Avo.
fkPM I Owner of well established, business. u:.- '
1 nlxtlntr chiefly of conU'CtloncT nnu trull ,
WM and groceries, desire to sell. Price In- j
oMiulnp 52000 worth of fixtures is 31p5J.
M Kcn'0naVROEREU I'OWLES V
Real F.itato Loans Insurance ..
$Lpl '409 Hudson Ave. Phono j .
ill vow VACANT Scvn room modern j '
B m frame, five blocfca foulh. oil special taxes i ;
gUll paid, first rlasD repair, will make a dc-
CJ Hlrablo hdmi;. $3850. K- Bratz. 417 Tue- ,
mm oles Bldg. 12 !
FJsjfl , BY OWNER Five-room modem brick!
'&!Jf house. Call 2063 Monroe Ave. ;
ONE three room frame house; terms SS00
vMi Ono six room brick only 53500. Many
fflM' other good deals, olao reasonable lou. In-
il quire HTVaa Brack, 302 Thirty-fifth. ;
APARTMENT house closu in an Wash
ingion avenue: has nine two and three
ilH ' mom apartments. Fjirnlshed. Income
' 5225 a month! Price 511.500. Half cash. ;
H.jii Might consider part exchange. Box lb.
Standard-Examiner ff
i J . t -ji ACRES of kind on Wilfon Lane. Price
H ' A . ?,6ht. James H. Piatt. Phono '
H , FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
bv 170 feet to alloy: will sell this lot for
5290; cash or terms to suit. If InteroHtcd
1 I m u good buy, call 3169-R. 3-12-tf
. BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
;4 ; WE have u large list of Irrigated farms
1 ! for wilo or trade. Wrllo or sco WONES
i GRISWOLD INV. CO.. Burley. Idaho.
nn 274S
n' V. L. PORTER, Real Estate and Loans.
JtL. 2370 Washington avenue. Phone 1876.
j 1263
Hlfli BY OWNER Seven-room modern brick;
itl flroplacc, hot water heat, cholco location.
ISB Immediate possesion. 827 Twenty-sixth St.
1304
HLfl bi OW: ER Comer lot 116xl'8 fTT
Hl Twenty-second and Reeves avenue.
HII Phone 307G 379
l1 1 OBLIGED to sell my seven room brick.
Bl modem, hot water heat, a snap If taken
1 at once. Reasonable terms, immediate
1 possession 827 Twunly-.slxth street, I
LHHIfl 2320 j
Hl I NORTHWEST comer Jackson and Twcn- ,
Hh ty-slxlh, 160x120. Will soil number feet I
l 1 frontngu desired. Paul L Wright, core
HAJI W. H. Wright fc Sons. 2501
Br"; I . rZJLr
i TO salaried people without security, to
1 othom on plnnos, furniture, bonds, etc.
f ""7 Wnrfwn Hide Phono 284, 43
.-vKiiM'i o lo.m uu :mpiuvea .-eiil csta.ir.
I Kelly & Horriclc 779.
HI 1
! FOR SALE Real Estate j
Lx, Continued Jz
FARM FARM $2000
Posltivolv the beat buy for the man
with limited capital offered this year. 20
acres all In alfnlfa 10 acres ready to
harvcsl, balance .xecded this year. Perfect
stand. Ground all level, easily Irrigat
ed. Absolutely no alkali. The best of
beet land. Full water right and plenty at
all times. Small house, good outbuildings,
team, harnes.v. wagon, and other lmplo
mentf. Owner longing for the ocean
hreeze of California and don't need the
money. Price SC250. Terms 52000 cash.
Government loan 52000. 5'.5 per cent, bal
ance only 6 per cent. This place wllj icll
Inext year for $10,000. First come, Aral'
isorved. A real snap,
i SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
Over Commercial National Bank
j 260C
' fqrTrent
Furnished
THREE room furnished modern house
wlth.gas. Phone 2769-.T. 673 Twentyrscc
ond 1 2516
HOUSE In good location on bench. Apply
811 Twenty-fifth. Tel. 1S90. 2495
FOUR room furnished apartment for two
months. P, Q. Box 93$. 2183
(APARTMENT with sleeping porch. 2612
I Monroe. 2491
PLAZA APARTMENTS
Completely furnished housekeeping
apartments. Elevator, phone, lights, gap.
Maid geivlre If desired. 2466
CLEAN furnished housekeeping apart
.mcnts. 2203 Washington. 2169
TWO housekeeping rooms at 2146 Lln
coln avenue, $20 for the two. 2 ICS
'HOUSEKEEPING apartments: reason
able rent. 2252 Washington. 2460
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeping or
housekeeping. 246S Washington 2125
SLEEPING room and housekeeping apart-
mcnt. bath. 2S22 Washington. 2421
THREE room apartment with bath. 160
Twenty-fourth between 9 and 12 a. m.
Phone 33-R-4. 2115
A MODERN cottage in Ogden canyon
near Hermitage. Inquire at 127 West
Twenty-seventh St. 2390
DESIRABLE two-room housekeeping
apartment Park Apartments. 2398
APARTMENT. 256G Washington Ave.
Corey Apartments. 23S3
iVBW three room cottagv and -sleeping
porch. Sink and city water In kitchen
In Ogden canyon. S150 for the seaeon.
Phone S24-W. 2337
NICELY furnished front room facing Les
ter park, for gentleman. 213G Madison
avenue. Telephone 1373-J. 2332
PLEASANT sleeping rooms for rent at
529 Twenty-third street. Phono 2181 -R.
2343
SLEEPING room, strictly modern. Phone
nnd bath. 559 Twenty-seventh. 2325
ONE or two housekeeping rooms. 2731
Madison. 2349
NICELY furnished housekeeping room.
Phono 1597 2302 j
TWO or three furnished rooms for house- j
keeping. W, B. Wedell. 2468 Washlng-
ton avenue. 2152
MODERN room for gentleman, close In.
$3 50 week: references. 2311 Adams avc-
nue. 21G1
MODERN sleeping rooms for gentlemen.
306 Twenty-eighth street. 2166
TWO furnished room3 for rcnL 2C42 Mon
roe ; 2031
ROOMS for housekeeping. 427 Twenty
fourth. 2013
APARTMENT for rent. 2571 Lincoln.
1996 j
GATES HOTEL !
Transient looms with bath: weekly
rates 2416 Grant avenue. Phono 3050.
1972 I
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotel. Phone 301S. 1937
NICE large modem rooms, breakfast if
desired. References required. 2639 Jef
ferson 1673
WANTED
Situations
PAPER cleaning and washing woodwork
nd point by man In evening after 5.30 p. ;
m. Box X eai-f Standard. 2481 i
MIDDLE aged lady wants housekeeping
for widower on ranch or Ir. city: refer
ences Address L., care of Standard-Examiner.
2489
WANTED jj
lo Rent
FIVE or clx room modern unfurnished
house or apartment, elope to grade schoor.
Box.C. care Standnrd-Examiner. 2531
RENT or lease five or six room modern
liouse. bench preferred. Tel. 1535. 2503
WANTED Automobile or motorcycle to
use In the city during June und July.
Guarantee excellent core. Will pay rca- i
conahle rent. Call 173S. 2291
FURNISHED apartment for man and
wife No children. Box 52, Standard.
' 2165
i FORRENT
Unfurnished
TWO rooms, pantry, clothes, closet nnd
sleeping- porch. "3S75 Adams. Inquire I
2957 Adam. 2502
LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent.
234S Washington. 246 1
THREE room house, pantry, clothes cloa-L-t,
summer kitchen. 311 Eighteenth.
24C5
UNFURNISHED five room apartment.
Phone 2360 M. 2111
SIX-ROOM modem house. Phono 2523.
2374
THREE rooms and Imtli, upstairs. Phono
gO'ia-W 2323
THREE rooms and sleeping- porch, fill
Twenty-eighth street 2232
4 ROOMS, modem housekeeping: close In.
Kelly K- II f Tick 1032
rFORRE
I Miscellaneous
GARAOE. Phono 351-J. 2392
OHIO vacumm. 51 Jay. Phono 3148.
2328
GARAGE. 2634 Grant. 1833
GOOD pasture for horses, closo to Ogden.
Smith & Flinders, Commercial National
bank bulldlns. Phono 1147 or 2S6S-W e.ve
nlngs. 1784
TELEPHONE 25S2-J for vacuum cleaners,
51 for 24 hours. Stcrllzed duot bags. Dcllv
er evenings 1 CI T
THREE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition. 51 day. Call F. Barlow. 23S1-J.
1371
OHIO vacuum. $1 day. Phone 3148. 1222
STORAGE room for rent. Call Aabcato
lotc ProducLn Co.. Phono 1416-W. 367S
1 DRESSMAKING
PLAIN sewing reasonably done. 2317 Jcf
fcrson. 2481
ACCORDEON plaiting done: all lengths;
reasonable prices Mrs. Mao Allen, 22 1G
Washington. 2437
CHILDREN'S, sewing. Phone 3261-J. 2632
Monroe. 1743
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pink
ing and pleating. Second floor W. II.
Wright & Sons. Mrs H. Layman, 1163
RELINING coats, cloaks, jackets. 526 17.
176j
j FOR SALE j
oujnd Eggs '
TEAVY laying White Leghorn yearling
'honi, cheap. Phone 1247 evenings or
Sundays. 2456
TOR No. l baby chicks and Win ford
electric hovers, phone Astlll, CCD or 1545-
M; 2299
Arrangements havo been completed
for the transportation of 2000 Jews
Irom Poland to the faulted States.
j FORSALE ji
Misceaneus
WILL BUY
Regardless of condition, your heating
stove at the highest prices. Phone 2164 j
The Furniture Exchahgc. 253 Twcnty
fifth street, 2504 j
DAVENPORT In good condition. Call
1617 Washington avenue. 2528 j
WHEEL for sale. 515. 820 Twenty-third. '
2518 1
GOOD team geldings, weight 3300 pounds.
O. W. Seaman Milton. Utah. P. O. nd-1
J ress. .Morgan. R. It. 1. 251 1
I FIVE room furniture, garden hose. laun
, dry stove with hot water roll, child'?: bed, ,
! Ford, delivery body. 520 Thirty sixth.
" : 1
DETROIT. Jewel gna range. C50 Twen-ty-third
street. 2477
TAN colored window shades, scalloped!
with silk fringe. A bargain. Tel. 3347-W. 1
. 2179
MONARCH, range at 2229 Lincoln; aleo
furnished room for rent. 2830 Grant.
247Si
STREET car uniform, size 36: Winches
ter 12 gauge hammcrless .shotgun, cn?i
and shells; Monarch fly rod, 6 ounce,
feet. No. 3 West CourL 2176
SURRY. Call 201S Madison avenue. Phono
2697-M. 2508 i
TWO bicycles and collapsible baby bug
gy In A-l condition 3341 Childs ave
nue. 2142
PIANO: must soli: leaving cUv; cheap
If taken at once. 1421 Twenty-fourth.
2113
USED gas range mado by Buck Stove
and Range company, St. Louis. A 14-Inch 1
I Pennsylvania lawn mower. Phono 1943
I or call 2516 Adams. 2453 !
YOUNG Whltn Leghorn .pullets rhonc
1354. Western Grain & Feed Co., 2354
Wneh Ington avenue. 2430
FURNITURE, dishes and fruit Jars. Must1
be sold this week. 651 Twenty-fourth. j
2402
SEWING machine- also truck bed for
Ford runabout. 2551 Brlnkor. Phone
2'JHi-M. 2418
FRESH milk cow. 2016 Liberty avenue. I
24131
LARGE size gas range for sale cheap.1
105 Twenty-eighth St. 2391
NEW Implements Stag sulky plow, cream;
separator and hay rake. Call 3177-J. 23S8.
NEWMAN'S pay tho highest price for
second hand furniture. Phono 63S. 234S
Washington 2202
JUST received fresh car of hard wall plas
tor and car of lath.' Ogden Plaster Sup
ply Co . 163 West Thirtieth. -Phone 3368.
2131
CLARK Jewel gas stove, cheap. Call
mornings 24364 Madison. 2296
CHOICE aster plants, 25c dozen. L.
Faulkner. 960 Hudson.
FOUR fresh milk cows, will trade for dry
cows. Phone 185 1. J. A. Lee. 2362
W1IITEWAY washing machine $10.
PI.enc 324S. '-'.195
THREE bnrbcr chalrsand mirrors, cheap.
Box 28$. Logan. Utah.
Ii.VP.K Jewel gas stove cheap, for eol'l
looming.. 2436 ad'son. 23r-6
ALTERS, petunias snips. Chris Purdy's,
2.52 Pingrco Ave. Phone 2116-R.
2a SHARES of Weber and Da'Ms vain
stock. Price $325 a shore. Phone- 92S-W
" 2jH7
FISH poles, 5c and up: 1640 Washington.
2263
BY OWNER Lot 33x147 fee', to alley,
barn, chicken coops and a few yojing
fruit trees, only ?150. Inqulro at 2025
Tyler avenue. 2238
CALL 828 for kindling wood. 221S
BOHN-S1PHQN refrigerator. White en
ameled 75 pound'a capacity. Cost $100.
Will sell for $50. Mr. Fowler. Wright's
Basement. 2207
LOT 50x130 feet, containing cherry trees.
Inquire at 1811 Hudson avenue 21SS
REGISTERED Persian stallion. 3 years
old. 1 117 Washington. Phone 1979.
2149
HOUSEHOLD furniture, practically now.
for sale. M29 Monroe. 2158
FURNITURE and stoves In good condl
tlon. Phono 3373. 2160
PIGGY sows, Hunsakcr Com. Co. Phono
825. 20S0
CHOICE tomato slants, egg plants, pep
pers, cabbage ana. cauliflower. At L. P.
Stone. 671 Twelfth street. 20S3
NAVY blue georgette blouse, size 30, neck,
sleeves and peplan decorated hand painted
design, never worn. '$20 value $10. Phone
2723-J. 1938
HORSES and mules. 2763 Gibson avenue.
West Twenty-eighth street. 1793
SECONDHAND goods bought and sold: T.
C. Iverson, 1640 Washington. Phono 49.
1734
CANARIES: mules and females. 2220
Lincoln. 1528
GOOD set harness, automatic washer, mo
torcycle, safe. hose. bike. Phone 333.
1512
PIANOS and other musical Instruments.
Terms without Interest. Pantono. 2S74
Hudson. 903
UNCALLED for sulta. tailor made; big
reduction Gordon. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phono ,419. 2157
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowe's and save
money. 1S00 Washington avenue. Phono
6S6-J. 1318
f Wanted j
, , , , Male Help J
BOY over 16 for usher. Utah Theater.
2533
MINERS and loaders wonted by the Un
ion Pacific Coal company at Rock
Springs Wyo. Steady work. Living con
dl lions good. Mines free from gas and
water. Write E. S. Brooks, general man
ager. Union Pacific Coal company Rock
Spring:. Wyoming, for further particulars
regarding camps. You can also commu
nicate with the local president of the
U. M. W. or A.. Rock Springs, Wyoming,
in regard lo conditions at our mines.
1836
YOUNG man who is familiar with general
office work antl la experienced In tho
handling of claims. Good salary will be
paid lo man of ability. John Scowcroft
& Co.. Twenty-third and Wall. 2500
EXPERIENCED Janitor. Apply at onco.
Washington Markot. 2419
RAILWAY' moll clerks wanted. Ogdon ex
aminations July 11. 5150 month: list posi
tions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 493F.
Rochcatcr, N, Y 23S0
FLYING In eight weeks. Y. M. C. A.
Auto Schools, Los Angeles. 2352
BOYS wonted to sell Slnndard-Examlner
on Sunday mornings. Good inonoy for
hustlcrB. Seo circulation mnnager, StanJ-ard-Examlnor.
21rJ
p waSTFejdI
i Female Help j;
YOUNG girl for housework, afternoons
only. Phone 9S1R. 2517
YOUNG girl to assist with housework. No
washing. Phone 3109. 2510
TWO girls to wait on tables at Mlnorv.a
Cafe. Call nt onco. 24 IS
CHAMBERMAID ut Reed Hotel. 2212
BUSINESS
Opportunities
CAFE: long lease: low rent; must sell:
going away. 146 Twenty-fifth. . 1571
WOULD you invest $1 a week for ten
wcoka on a chanco to make $1000 or
more? Particulars free. No obligation.
Write J. A. Carlton, Box 676, Fort Worth.
Texan. 1353
Colors arc frequently artificially
produced In agatn artlcle3.
GENTLEMAN with rcfcrcncca desires
board and room in private family. Phono
1650-J. 2140
CARPET WASHING
CARPETS and rugs washed and dried on
vour floors. Satisfaction guaranteed
Hamilton Beach Washer Co.. 3205 Wnsh
ington. Phono 2435 and 2030-W. 2496
Moat of the old caro.la vero sot to
danco tunes.
I OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO. I
1 2317 Hudson Avenue Phone 160
I Chevrolet 4-90. 1919 5650 j
Overland, 75 , SI00I
, Metis ..$150!
(Overland. 7 passenger $850
! Hudson, 7 passenger 51150
Hudson, roadfltcr $1850
i 2512
I OVERLAND 5 passenger, good mcchanl
cal condition; new tires on rear. Bargain.
I Phone 27S5 2523
;FORD ton truck with pneumatic tires,
11920 model. Will trade for Ford touring
I car or sedan. Reasonable. 23 IS Wash
I Ington. Phone 38. 2463
FORD one ton truck in good shape, about
1 5300 less tliun new. 233C Washington
1 avenue. . 252C
LIGHT six cylinder chummy roadster.
I new cord tires-. $650. Address B-15, Stand-ard-Examiner.
2515
I FORD delivery truck With lop, 191S ihoricl.
j In good condition. 2740 Grant. 2404
FORD touring car m flr3L class shape,
for sale at W. H Wright & Sons garage.
rear of 531 Twenty-fourth. 2(61
M9J7 MODEL Indiana 1M ton truck, in
first class running order. A bargain.
P.'ionc 176 or 1349. 2111
FORD ono ton truck, inclosed cab, Just
overhauled, a bargain. Wllfong-GIas-mann
Co., 2254 Washington. Phono 776.
. 2170
OVERLAND roadster, good condition,
cheap .or will trade for Ford, 171 Twen-ty-sccond
street. 2471
BARGAIN In a 1917 Bulck roadster. Good
tires and good condition throughout and
j a fine looking car 5650. Inquire 319
Twenty-fourth street. Just the car for
fishing trips. 2155
BARGAIN Fivo passenger Ford, first
class condition. Inqulro 2229 Lincoln.
FOUR passenger six cylinder Elgin. 191S
model. New cord tires. $650. Addross
Box B 15. Standard-Examiner. 2432
I FOR SALE By owner, good family auto
; cheap. Phone 1427. 2378
FIVE-PASSENGER touring car, 191-5
model. $900. TI1I3 week only. Phono 1223-R
2386
FORD touring car. 3262 Stevens avenue.
Call after 4 p. in. 2351
FORD ton truck, pneumatic tires.
Five passenger touring car.
51 ton Commerce truck.
Oakland roadster.
1 ton four whc61 trailer.
SAVAGE MOTOR CO
2354 Hudson Ave. ' PJiono 535
2347
FIVE passenger Ford. Just overhauled:
newly painted; $400. Phone 2179-M.
2228
USED CARS
1917 Hnyncs six. five passenger.
1P16 Ovorland touring.
1918 Overland Country club.
1919 Chevrolet coupe, new. bargain.
1917 Soxon roadster, cheap.
191S Overland express delivery.
1918 Bulck six touring.
The above cars are overhauled, rcpilnt
cd and everything done to mako them In
perfect running condition. Terms will be
given to responalblo rallies'. Let us dcin
bnatrato DROWNING AUTO.'.lOBtLE CO.
FIVE passenger Overland Ju3t over
hauled, now battery. A bargain for cash.
Phono 3124-W. 2145
C E. YORGASON used car dealer. Let me
6cll your car. Fords wanted. Phono 1651 -W
1908
OILY spark plugs and diluted oil In crank
caso remedied hi most cars without rcbor
lng. The Franklin Agency. 2466 Grant j
avenue. 9 1
I CHEVROLET 4-90 model: almost new. I
I Read Auto Top Co. "73
f WANTED j
I To Buy 5
SMALL number of old 2x1 any length.
Box 46. postofflcc. . 2509
I WILL buy good second hand cash rcgls-
ter. Phone 570. 2452
WANTED Used violin; must be bargnln.
Phone 3351-W 2450
1 WANTED Platform ficale, 1000 to 2000
pounds. Miller Furniture Store. 2240
1 NEWMAN pays moro for all kinds of
; household furniture. Phone 638. 1953
IIlCtHEST prices paid for old clothes. 25!i
j Twe.itv-flfth Ft. Phone 3336. 1915
AE havo cash customers tor desirable
' city and farm lands. List your property
1 with reliable people. Kelley & HerriCK.
; 2-6-tf
I WJO BUY all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvago . .. 23IS Grant Ave.
j 3197
1 WALLET near Utah National Bank
1 building. Return to F. C. Davis, under
Utah National bank and receive llboral
reward. 2529
BLACK bald faced marc, weight about 900
pounds? while hind feet. Return to 2787
Pacific avenue. 2530
1 RED Cross service pin .one white strip.
' Return to Red Cross office. First Nation
ml bank building." 2520
I PARTY finding rug on North Washington
I Wednesday evening pleaso cull 1635. Ro
I ward. 2480
I METROPOLITAN Life Insurance collec
tlon book. Notify 124-W. 2487
JUNE 9, 9:45, Twenty-first street car. sil
ver beetle brooch, blue setting, red eyes.
Phono 3197. Reward.
YOU?G black mare with broken halter,
wire cut on hind leg above knoo Joint. No
'tify John Borger.-419 Canyon road. Phono
2129-M. ; 2449
BLACK and white sheop dog; gone since
Sunday morning: name Sport. Phono 27S9
W. 827 Twenty-sixth. 2403
21 JEWEL Wallham watch. 1C size. Re
ward. Return to Utah Plumbing- & Pleat
5 Ing Co. 2109
1 MARE and while horse, rostma. Phono
51-J-3. Box 239 Wilson. Utah. 2426
PARTY Is known who' took bicyclo from
Lewis school. Return at once to avoid
trouble. 461 Twenty-sixth. 2217
i SECONDHDSTOj
WE take your old rango as first payment
on any now rango. or will buy your old
range outright. Homo Furnlt.uro Co. 4673
LEGAL NOTICES
CALL FOR JUDICIAL CONVENTION.
' A Democratic Judicial convention of
tho Second Judicial District Is hereby
called to convene at the court house in
Ogden City at 2 o'clock p. in., on Satur- j
day. Juno 13, 1920, for tho purpose of
nominating two candidates for district
Judges, and one candidate for district at
torney. The counties uro entitled to dclc-
1 gatos In tho convention as follows:
Davis County 21
Morgan County 5
Weber County 75
In view of the fact that this is a very
busy season, especially among farmers, In
order to avoid the Inconvcnienco of holding
separate primaries and conventions for
tho election of delegates to tho Judicial
convention, and believing that there will
bo a larger attendance at the primaries
and conventions lo elect delegates to tho
stato convention, than could bo secured
to elect delegates to tho Judicial conven
tion only, tho several counties arc hereby
called upon to elect delegates to tho Judi
cial district convention, at tho county
conventions to be held for the solcctlon of
delegates to the stato convention to be
held Juno 14, 1920,
Dated June 9. 1920.
JOSEPH CHEZ.
Chairman, Second Judicial District Committee
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS. OFFICE OF WYOM
ING SUGAR COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to a resolution of the, Board of Directors,
a special meeting of the stockholders of
the Wyoming Sugar Company will be
held at tha office of tho company, No, 617
David Ecclcs building, in tho City of Og
don, County of Weber, and State of Utah,
on Saturday, tha 10th day of July, 1920.
at the hour of two o'clock p. m.. for tho
purpose of electing a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year, and for tho trano
uctlon of such other business as may
properly come boforc tho meeting, or any
adjournment thereof.
Dated this Sth day of Juno. 1920,
A. C, Lip I IT ALL,
Secretary.
Thcro are 250,000 apeclea of. lneocta.
Information Burean
52.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
CEMENT BLOCKS
For cement blocks or general comcnt
work and bouac remodeling, phono 2257-.I.
f 1SS6
ANYTHING New or Ola
ANYTHING A to S now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 333.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. 2362
Washington Ave. Phono 360 205S
BANKING
Utah Nn.tlton.il Bank, ."outheaat corner
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono CL
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F, Rtrupplck. carpenter and Jobber. 158
Twenty-third. Phone 101S. 2519
CARPET CLEANING
K. Van Kumpcn for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phone 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and springs re
atrotchf.d. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
Fcnthci renovating Phono 2530-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 225S-G0 Washington Avo.
793
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co,, leading Japanese res
taurant In Ogden. 273 24 th St,
DENTISTS
Tho New Method Dentist" are special
ists in all branches of Dcntlotry. 246'J
Washington Avoj 2508
ENGRAVING
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers
of ilno cuts In ono or moro colors. 416
Tivcnty-fourOi street. Phono 463.
LIFE INSURANCE
Geo. D. Bennett, corporation nnd group
insurance a specialty Phono 121-W. 1611
FURNITURE PACKING
Expert fumlturo packing, repairing, re
finlshlng. 3115-NR. 1630
JUNK AND HIDES
Ington Ave . Phone 861.
Ogden I jnk House. 2053 Washington
Ave. Phono 210
PLANING MILL
Ogden Fixture and Mill Co. Screens,
doors, windows, sash, kitchen cabinet,
store nnd offlco fixtures. Rear 115 Twenty-fourth
street. Phono 919-W. 1092
REAL ESTATE
Wlllard ICay. real cstato and loann
2474 Washington Ave. Phono 409. 1874
SCAVENGER
Garbago and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and toilets cleaned. John Chlpp 1 Co.
Phono S28, 2348 Hudsou Avenue. 9732
TRANSFER
If moving lo the canyon call S. M.
Mooro .Transfer. Phone 999-J or 2373-V.
1794
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bag repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. Gallachcra. 2373 Hud
son. 211S
j WALL PAPER CLEANING
I KALSOMINING and paper cleaning. Tel.
I29-R-11. W. Alvord. 3SS1 Adams. 2421
I Lowe & Greenwcll. Phono 2724-R. 1840
j WINDOWS CLEANED
EXPERT window and wall paper clean
Ing. American Window Cleaning. Ph E33
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that Ogden Cltj'
I proposes to make the following public Im
provement, to-wlt. Construct main out
fall sower In Sewer District No. 13 1, to
gether with work incidental thereto, ac
cording lo plans, specifications and pro
flics on file in the office of the city en
gineer. And scaled bids arc Invited for
said work and will be received at the
offlco of the city recorder In the City hall
at Ogden, Utah, until ten o'clock a. m.
on the 23rd day of June, 1920. Instruc
tions to bidders, plans and specifications
for said Improvement can be seen ond
examined at the office of the city engi
neer In tho City hull of said city.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids and to walvo any- defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers of Ogden City. ULih. this, the 1st
day of June. 1920.
C. T. 3IOYES.
City Recorder.
First publication Juno 2, 1920.
Last publication Juno 21, 1920.
'Published In Ogden Standard-Examiner.
I Sewer District No. 131.
WATER SYSTEM AT SODA SPRINGS,
j IDAHO.
Notice to Contractors:
Scaled bids will be received by the
Board of Trustees of tho village of Soda
Springs. Idaho, up to 8 o'clock p. m.. Juno
2S. 1920, and then opened, for furnishing
moMrlnl and labor for the constructing
of approximately ono and one-half miles of
eighteen inch wood pipe. Including Ven
ture meter, valves and fittings, together
with concrete catchment basins, founda
tions, etc.
Plans and specifications may bo seen
at the offlco of the clerk. List of mate
rial furnished on application to the engi
neer. The board reserves tho right to award
separate contracts for labor and for ma
terial or for any part thereof. It also
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids, and to walvo any Informaltlcp.'
By order of the Board of Trustees.
PAUL TIPTON.
Chairman.
Ined Norstrom. Clerk.
Dated at Soda Springs. Idaho, June 7,
1920.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In tho District Court of Weber County.
State of Utah.
E. R. Dumke. Plaintiff, vs. H. R. Prouty.
DefcndanL
Tho Stato of Utah to Sold Dofcndanl:
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days ufter service of this
summons upon you. If served within the
county in which this action is brought,
otherwise within thlrly davs after sorv
ico; and defend tho abovo entitled action:
and In case of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will be rendered against you accord
ing to tho demand of tho complaint,
which within ton days aftor service of this
summons upon you, which has been filed
with the clerk of said court.
This action Is brought to recover a
Judgment foreclosing the plaintiffs mort
gngo upon tho property of tho defendant,
described In tho said complaint on flic.
DE VINE. STINE & G WILLIAM,
PIalntlff'8 Attorney.
P. O. Address: No. G25 Ecclcs Building,
Ogden. Utah.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In tho District .Court of Weber County.
State of Utah.
Vorn N. Williams. Plaintiff, vs. Fred B.
Williams, Defendant.
Tho State of Utah to Said Dofcndant:
You are hereby. summoned to uppcar
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon you. if served within tho
county In which this ncJlon is brought;
otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend tho above entitled action:
and In caoo of your failure so to do,
Judgment will be rendered against you
according to tho demand of tho com
plaint, which has been filed with the clerk
of said court.
This action Is brought to recover a
judgment against the dofcndant dissolv
ing the bonda of matrimony now and here
tofore existing between plaintiff and de
fendant. CHEZ & BARKER.
Plalnllff's Attorneys.
P. O. Address: Rooms -100-101-402-403
First National Bank building,- Ogdciv.
Utah.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In tho District Court. County of Wcbcr,
Stato of Utah.
Gottfried Staldcr. Plaintiff, vs. Frances
M. Stalder, DofcndonL
Tho Stato of Utah to Said Dofcndant:
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
alias summons upon you, If served within
tho county In which this action is
brought, othorwiso 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 the demand of tho com
plaint, which hns been filed with the clork
of said court.
This action Is brought lo obtain a Judg
ment aiul decree dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing
between plaintiff and defendant
D. R. DICKENS,
riaintlff'a Attorney.
P. O. Address: 2420 Washington Avenue.
Ogden. Utah.
A New York "City company made
up of business men has proposed to
build a six-day bicycle track. It will
havo a seating capacity of 20,000 nud
cost $250,000.
LEGAL -NOTICES ;
SUMMONS.
In tho District Court of Wcbcr County.
State of Utah.
Ben Pet re. Plaintiff, vs. G. O. Loomls,
Defendant.
You are hereby summoned to appear
wthln twenty dayc after service of this
Summons upon you, If served within the
county In which this action is brought;
otherwise thirty daya after service, and
defend tho above entitled action; and In
case of your failure so to do, Judgment
will bo rendcrt-d against you according to
the flemand of tho complaint, which has
bet-n filed with the clerk of said court.
This action in brought to recover a
Judgment against you for $550. together
with Interest at the legal .rate from .Tan
.uary 9, 1920. and for plaintiffs costfl and
dlaburaomenLs herein: tho paid Mim of
5300 having been loaned to you by tho
plaintiff on or about tho 1st day of Jan
uary, 1920.
HALVERSON. KIMBALL & FARR,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Y. O. Address Suite COS David Eccles 1
Building. Ogden. LTtah.
SUMMONS.
In the District Court of Weber County,
Stato of Utah.
Evona Investment Company, a Corpora
tion, Plaintiff, vz. Lewi5 V. Shurtllff,
J. J. Brummltt. and Mrs. II. P. Hen
derson, Defendants.
The Stale of Utah to Said Defendants:
You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon you, if served within tho
county In which this action is brought;
otherwise within thirty days after service,
and defend tho above entitled action: and
In cace of your failure so to do. judg
ment will bo rendered against you accord
ing to tho demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with tho clerk of wild court.
Tho above entitled action Is brought by
tho plaintiff to obtain a Judgment and de
cree foreclosing the plaintiffs mortgage
upon tho real proportv owned by tho de
fendant Lewis V. Shurtllff. samo being
situated In Weber county, Utah,
C. R. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Plaintiffs Attorney.
P. O, Address: 018 David Ecclcs Build
ing. Ogden. Utah
PROBATE AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
In the District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District. In and for the County of
Wcbcr. State of Utah.
In the Matter of the Estate of Laura
Melghan-WIant, Deceased.
Creditors of the estate of Laura M.
Melghan-WIant. deceased, will present
their claims, together with vouchers, tc
tho undersigned administrator, at the law
offices of Chez & Barker, at rooms 400-401-402-403,
First National bank building
Ogden , Utah, on, or before tho 24th daj
of July, 1920.
FRANK R. WIANT.
Administrator.
Chez & Barker, Attorneys for Administrator
'OPEN SHOP' ASSOCIATION
ACTIVE IN GALVESTON
GALVESTON, Tex., Juno 11. Load
ing of tho steamer Comal, with three
months congestion of freight due to a
dock workers' strike, continued
smoothly today. It in expected tho ship
will sail for New York Sunday.
An "open shop" association, with
one hundred charter members, or
ganized last night, telegraphed the
Texas legislature their approval of
Governor V. P. Hobby's action In
sending troops here to guard workmen
on the wharves.
ARGENTINE SUPER-TAX
ON WHEAT IS APPROVED
BUENOS AJRES. Juno 11- The bill
for a super-tax of four pesos per hun
dred kilograms of wheat and five
pesos per hundred kilograms of flour
became a law this afternoon when the
aenato approved the measure as
amended by the chamber of deputies.
Although the tax on the wheat im
posed by tho bill is ono peso less than
had been proposed by President Iri
goyen, It Is announced he had accepted
the measuro and will promulgate the
lav,' Friday.
IRISH LAB0RITES DEFY
BRITISH KING AND ARMY
DUBLIN, June 11. A manifesto
pledging support for the Dublin rail
way men and dockers In their refusal
to handle munitions has been issued
by the executlvos of the Irish labor
party and trade union congress. The
manifesto defies the king and the
British government, saying:
"Not all tho armies in tho empire
will compel us to becomo traitors to
our own nation. We will not shrink
from the consequences of that view
although tho whole fabric of the com
monwealth bo convulsed."
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REPORT PLEBISCITE IN
SILESIA IS ABANDONED
BERLIN. Juno 11. The Inter-Al-licd
plebiscite commission in eastern
Silesia has roturned Its mandate to the
supremo council on the ground that
the task cannot bo fulfilled under the
prescribed conditions, according to re
ports hero today. The commissioners
are understood to havo mado known
tho impossibility of taking a plebiscite
In eastern Silesia for a long time.
ITtlSSIDENT IN PRISON
WASHINGTON. Juno 11. Former
Prosldont Estrada Cabrora is now con
fined in tho police prison at Guate
mala City, the stato department was
today advised by tho American lega
tion there In reply to the department's
Inquiry regarding tho former prosl
dont. Tho legation said tho Guatc-,
mala authorities had explained that I
tho ox-president had been moved to
this prison as a precaution againpt
posslblo mob attack. He is allowed
such comfort as he desires and his
meals aro supplied by his family.
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CENSUS FIGURES
WASHINGTON, Juno 11. St.
J.ohnsbury, Vt., 7,163; Increase 470, or
7.0 per ccnL
Apploton, Wis., J9.5G1: increase 2,-,
7SS, or 1G.C per cenL ,
Nearly everyone in Berlin who can is
learning English with Spanish a good
second, both languages being popular
I with prospective emigrants to North
and South America.
THtr GROCER WHO 3TI CKS A
I POTATO ON THE" OIL CAN f
KIDNAPPED CHILD - ! ill
IS RECOVERED j M
I Edward La Belle, 5, who was kid- 1
naped from his home in Smyrna. Delr.
and later found in Albany, and his a'N j
leged abductor, Ross Saint Croix, wlirj; jj
;jhas been arrested. J
SIR TIM LIPTON T; I
HERE: CONFIDENT'-:.
OF WINNING RACE, I
NEW YORK, June 11 Sir,;V
Thomas Llpton, owner of thc,!,,
Shamrock IV, which will try to ' IH
lift the America's cup' in thel,!
coming yachting classic, arrived , , JjH
here today.
Sir Thomas said he was confl-J" IM
dent his craft was the superior of,'. ,
cither Vantito or Resolute, her,; ,
American rivals. jjH
Resolutes Fourth Victory. .i', jH
NEWPORT R. I., Juno 11. The. ' M
Resolute was the winner today 1
in the sixth race with Vanitlo to 'H
determine which will bo selected, ,H
to defend the America's cup..
Over a windward and leeward H
course of thirty miles the Rcso- , H
lute scored her fourth victory of
tho series. The winning sloop ;H
crossed the finish line with a ,H
broken topmast.
LABOR TROUBLES OVER '"i H
IN RHODE ISLAND TOWN (
BRISTOL. R. I., June 11. The proc- H
lamation of insurrection in this town.- H
issued by Governor Beekman, May H
28, after riots growing out of strikes H
over wages at tho National India Rub- IH
bcr company's plant, was withdrawn.
POLE FOREIGN MINISTER
WORKS DESPITE CABINET
PARIS. Juno 11. Notwithstanding IH
the resignation of the Polish' cabinet
while he was en route to Paris, Stan
ialas Patek, minister of foreign af
' fairs in the SkulskI ministry, hns full
powers and will confer with TJr. Ed- IH
ward Bones, representing Czccho-Slov- IH
akla, in an offort to settlo the Teschen
' controversy. The first conversation
. was held today.
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GIRL SAVES ENGAGEMENT , H
RING FROM HIGHWAYMEN ) '
(Dy International News Service.) 1
CHICAGO. Miss Margaret Saigh ; H
and William Jahara, who aro engaged
to be married In June, were stopped
by three men who threatened them '
with revolvers while they were out
walking recently. Miss Saigh antlcl
patod a holdup. Sho raised her leCt
hand to her mouth and removed her
diamond engagement ring with her
lips. When tho robbers senrched her" fM
they found nothing. ' ' JH
Gar flahes havo been known to out- 1
fight a shark.
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m JIMS' WIDOW '
WINDS UP ESTATE I
M&S. D. W COL OS MO IH
CHICAGO. Mrs. Dale Winter Coics
simo, widow of "Big Jim," late vice ( IH
king of Chicago, was wearing deep IH
mourning when she signed papers that
made a settlement of her husband's

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