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M . ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. II f 11
V FOR SALE
H BY OWNER Seven room modern home
H on bench nnd air lino. Phone 1H1-J.
IHf S300 WILL, buy a fine lot on Monroe near
M Twenty-ninth street; cast front. Terms If
B doarcd. Robert C. Nye, 602 Eccleu Dld
H SMALL house on 13716x120.
3574 Hudson Ave. 6'
H SIX room modern nnd furniture. Posses
H slon at once. 47S Twenty-first street.
H NEAT well built modern five room cot-
1 taffo. fullv furnished: choicest residence
H district, close In; gnrnrrc-: unyed district,
H on cur line. Mm. Kuhn. 266S Jefferson
j avenue. Fhonc 2022-M. -53t
H 4 room house. fjf
M 4 room house on I'tnch irmin
1 S room frame, modern, snap Z'lnni
M 5 room brick, modern, flnap ,? ?,,
H U room frame, modern ......3iioou
H KELLY & IlERUICK
H FIVK room modem brick bungalow, hard
M wood floors, full basement, sleonlnK
HL porch, lu rpc lot. iKtultry houses. Price
fyj ;45Q0 $1250 down.
T qj-" By OWNER Fou r room house, sleeping
H porch, barn, frood outbuildings, lv6 acres
H of alfalfa and fruit. 600 Lincoln avenue.
j Phone 2570-W. I
H BY OWNER One-half acre and four j
f l oom house and garage. 218 West Seven- ,
H teenth street. 2uU ,
H LARGE building lots, now addition to
H Eighth street. Good soli, drainage and lo-
H cation. 633 Seventh. Phono 213o-M,
HH FIVE room modern frame house. 322
1 Thirty-third street. Inquire 32S0
H ington avenue. ZH-'
FIVE room modom frame cottage. Two
H extra building lots. Excellent location.
H Price $3650. Phone Owner. 2310-W.
H SEVEN room modern brick house, dou-
1 bio garage, paved street. Terms on part.
1 S. W. Wherry. 2609 Madison. 2o4o
H SEVEN room brick. Have you
1 thing to trade. Small house preferred.
H Wc can he of mutual benefit by dealing
M direct. Also have Grand piano, 1325 Twcn-
H ty-fifth street. Phone 1426-P- 2308
H 7--ROEREP. 4: FOWL.ES
H Real Estate Lo.mo insurance
1 2(00 Hndso.i Ave.
H Owner of well established business, o.v
H slstlng chiefly of conlectionc-y ond irjit
H and groceries, dcclre? to Price In-
j ctuillng 52000 worth of fixtures Is 515o'J.
V FROERER .1' rOWLLb
iHPH K Heal Fotato Ixans Insurance
TfMJMT "' 'J409 Hudson Ave. Phono .'i i
" BY OWNER Five-room modern brick
''M house. Call 2063 Monroe Ave. 214J3
I Mii9mml ONE three room frame hpuoo; terms W50
MlmM One six room brick only ?3a00. Many
&Fi JlmWi othor good deals, also reasonable lota. In-
L2fStD ' quire Van Braack. 302 Thirty-fifth
ington avonue; has nlno two and three
room apartments. Furnished. Income
I 5225 a month. Price JU.500. Half cash.
Might consider part exchange. Box IS.
FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
bv 170 feet to alley; will soli this lot for
$390: cash or terms to suit. If Interested
lo a good buy, call 3169-R. 3-12-tf
BURLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
VE have u large list of Irrigated farms
for sale or trade. Write or see WONES
URLS WOLD 1NV. CO.. Burley, Idaho.
XV. L. PORTER, Real Estate and Loans,
237C Washington avenuo. Phono 1S716,'g3
BY OWNER Seven-room modern brick;
fireplace, hot water heat, choice location.
Immediate possesion. 827 Twenty'-sLxth St.
lix OWI'ER Corner lot 116x1" S fc t.-Twenty-second
and Reevca avenue.
n- Phone 3076. 379
j FIVE room modern house nnd four young
!tSr pigs, 3207 Plngrce avenue. 2541
" ' SMITH-FLINDERS CO.
Two 7 room frame houses, half block
from Washington and Twenty-second;
53600 takes them both; easy terms.
5-room frame, close in, on Twentyfirst.
Only $2700; terms.
Five room frame on south Washington
S2500; easy terms.
510.00 DOWN and 53.00 a month will buy
lot near Thirty-fifth street and Grant av
cnue. Call or phone Robert C. Nye, 602
Ecclns Bldg. 2607
FOUR room modern new brick on bench,
54250. 51000 down, balanco ?35 per month.
This Is a snap.
We have many other good bargains In
city homes. If ou are figuring on buy
ing" a home, let us show you what wc
J. F. WALKER LAND CO.
Phono S55 602 Eccles Bids.
SIX room house, barns, garden, coops,
large lot. water right. Inquire 95C Twenty-second
BY OWNER Five room house on bench.
Cheap. Phone 2619 J. 2578
BY OWNER Most attractive six rooms
modern brick house on Twenty fifth
street. Well built with full basement and
furnace, driveway and garage. A splcn
A did investment. Phone 113S. 25S9
NORTHWEST corner Jackson and Twcn
JL ty-3lxth. 160x120. Will sell number feet
frontage desired. Paul L. Wright, care
W. H. Wright & Sons. 2501
q TWO five-room modern bungalows, also
a four room. Inqulro 2201 Monroe. Phono
FOR. sale or rent A 6-room furnished
house, 1122 Twenty second street. Sec H.
E. Steele at 365 Twenty fourth St. 2614
MODERN five-room brick In bench; sleep
ing porch, half basement; $4000. Terms,
half cash, balance 530 per month. 7 per
cent Interest O. A. Kennedy, basement
Utah National Building. Phono 913 or
TWO housekeeping rooms. 214S Lincoln.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent.
23 iS Washington. 2461
THREE room house, pantry, clothes clos
et, summer kitchen. 341 Eighteenth.
THREE-rooms and buUi. upstairs. Phone
4 ROOMS, modern housekeeping: close in.
Kelly & Herrlck. -1032
A 4-EtOOM apartment. 641 Twenty-eighth
H L. . . . . Pf? .J
PLAIN 3cwing reasonably done. 2317 Jef-
CHILDREN'S sewing. Phone 3261-J. 2632
I Monroe. 1743
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pink- !
lng and pleating. Second floor XV. H,
Wright & Sons. Mrs, H. Layman. 1169
' REL1NING coats, cloaks. Jackets. C26 17.
l .v 1765
H I foFrent j
Pj FlRSTlass garage. 2766 Grant. Call or
H14 phone S53 after 7 p. m. 21135
; GARAGE, Phone 351 -J. 2392
n ' 1 OHIO vacumiu, $1 day. Phone 3148.
0 GARAGE. 2634 Grant- 1839
Hl ' GOOD pasture for horsca, closo to Ogdcn.
Hl' 3ml tli & Flinders, Commercial National
W bunk building. Phone 1147 or 2868-W eve-
1 ningg. 17S4
Hl TELEPHONE 25S2-J for vacuum cleaners,
W 51 for 24 hours. Slerllzcd dual bag. Dellv-
HBj cr evenings 161Y
Hflfl, 4 ' THREE Ohio vacuums In first claw; con
KhX 1 illllon, $1 day. Call F. Barlow. 23S4-J.
H1Q vacuuin. 51 day. Phone 31IS. 1222
i f," STORjVGE loom for rent. Call Asbcuto-
t' late Products Co.. Phone 1416-W. 367f
The United States has only 6 por
! cent of tho world's population and 7
Hj I ' per cent of tho world's land.
j FOR RENT
SMALL modern house and garden. No
children. Call No. SI. Harrisvlllc nve
THREE furnished rooms. 256 Twcnty
thlrd street. . 2656
SLEEPING rooms for gentlemen. 2122
TO LEASE, four room modern steam
heated apartment. No children. Phone
MODERN four room apnrtment with gas.
Phono 102; fine location. 2645
THREE room house. Ill Patterson nve
j nuc .Inquire 2256 Ogdcn avenue. 2GI0
TWO housekeeping rooms. 2332 Jackson
Ave. Phone 31SS-W. 2G24
3-ROOM partly furnished cottage. Ogdon
Canyon. Phone 1897T. 2621
I TWO-ROOM apartment, bath, phone, and
ju6e of kitchen; everything furnished:
maid service. Reasonable. -Arlington
SLEEPING room with or without dinner
for gentleman; private garage. Phono
288 1-W. . 25S7
FOUR unfurnished rooms and bntli. also
barn. 17IS M. N. 613 Twenty-eighth.
NICE large modem rooms, breakfast if
desired. Reference required. 2639 Jcffor
LARGE pleasant room on bench for sleop-
Ing or light housekeeping. 2272 Madison,
FURNISHED sleeping room And porrh for
one or two: gentlemen preferred. Phono
2S17. 674 Twenty-fourth. 2549
THREE room furnished modern house
with gas Phone "2769-J. 679 Twenty-second.
HOUSE In good location on bencn. Apply
311 Twenty-fifth. Tel 1890. 2195
FOUR room furnished apartment for two
months. P. O Box 038. 2IS3
PLAZA APARTMENTS ,
Completely furnished housekeeping
apartments. Elevator, phone, lights, gas.
Maid service If desired. 2466
TWO housekeeping rooms at 2140 Lin
coln avenue. $20 for the two, 216S
HOUSEKEEPING apartments, rcason
able rent. 2252' Washington. 2460
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeping or
housekeeping. 246S Washington. 2425
TWO or throe furnished rooms for house
keeping. W. B. Wcdell, 2468 Washing
ton avenue. 2152
TWO furnished rooms for rent. 2642 Mon-
ROOMS for housekeeping. 427 Twenty
APARTMENT for rent. 2571 Lincoln.
Transient rooms with bath: weekly
rates. 2146 Grant avenue. Phone 3050.
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotel. Thono 3018 1937
i NICE large modern rooms, brcakfost if
desired. References required. 2639 Jcf
: f WANTED r
To Rent j
OR LEASE five or six room unfurnished
house or apartment. Tel. 1460-W. 2G4S
RENT or lease five or six room modern
house, bench preferred Tel. 1535. 2503
Male Help J
WRINGER man and linen checker. U. P.
RAILWAY mall clerk examinations Og
den. July 11 Men. women, IS upward.
Entrance salary $1600, Experience un
necessary. vGovernmcnt clerk examina
tions July 7, For free particulars write
J. Leonard (former government examin
er), 897 Equitable Bldg.. Washington. D.
WANTED Young man for office Must
bo able to ue typewriter: to go to Supe
rior, Wyo. Apply Room 528 Eccles Bldg.
FIVE neat appearing young men to do
advertising work. Call room 340, Marlon
Hotel, between 5 and S p. m. 2612
SALESMAN for ladles' and men's shoes;
permanent, good wages. Box 10, Stand
RAILWAY" mall clerks wanted. Ogdcn ex
aminations July 14; $150 month; list posi
tions free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 493F,
Rochester. N. Y, 2380
PACKER with grocery experlenco. Gunn
Supply Co.. 2345 Wall avenue. 2556
BOY over 16 for usher. Utah Theator.
MINERS and loaders wanted by the Un
ion Pacific Coal company at Rock
Sprlng3 Wyo. Stoady work. Living con
ditions good, Mlne3 free fiom gas and
water. Write E. S. Brooks, general man
ager. Union Pacific Coal company Rock
Springs. Wyoming, for further particulars
regarding camps. You can also commu
nicato with the local president of the
U M. W. of A.. Rock Springs, Wyoming,
In regard to conditions at our mines.
FLYING in eight weeks. Y. M. C, A.
Auto Schools, Lo3 Angeles. 2352
BOYS wanted to sell Standard-Examiner
on Sunday mornings Good money for
hustlers. See circulation manager, Stand-ard-Examlncr.
j Female Help j
GIRL wanted at GrcenwclPs Confoction
WAITRESS, experienced. National Coffee
House. 157 Twenty fifth St, 2617
EXPERIENCED saleslady in cloak and
suit department, permanent position. Na
tional. 2345 Washington. 2544
SALESLADY for cloak and suit depart
ment; experienced; steady Job; reference.
Box 10, care Standard. 2545
GIRL to assist with light housework and
help take--care one year old baby. Apply
at once at 46a""TTrtrrty-sccond street.
YOUNG girl to assist wth housework. No
washing. Phono 3109. 2510
CHAMBERMAID at Rood Jlotcl. 2212
CARD and character reading. 149 Twcn-ty-slxth
AN elk tooth watch fob with diamond set
ting and Initials on back. W. W. A.. No.
85, cither on road to Salt Lake or in Og
den canyon. Call Wasatch 5671, Salt
Lake, and got reward, or notify Standard
Examiner. ' 263S
LOST A purse between Colttendcn houso
and Twenty-fourth street and Madison
avenue through the park, containing $10
In currency and change. CalJ E. B. Chan
dlor at Colttendon and get reward. 2626
ONE brown goat with throe small whlto
ones. Finder see Joe Solfcrlno, Spencer
avenue, and get reward. 2567
LADt'S white chiffon hat between Twenty-fifth
and Thirtieth on Lincoln. Call
BLACK bald faced mare, weight aboilt !)00
! pounds, white hind feet. Return lo 2787
Pacific avenue. 2530
I PARTY finding rug on North Washington
Wednesday evening please call 1635. Re
METROPOLITAN Life Insurance collec
tlon book. Notify 124-W. 24S7
YOUNG black marc with broken halter,
i wire cut on hind leg above knee Joint. No
' tlfy John Borger, 419 Canyon road, Phono
! 2429-M. 2419
DENVER property to trade for Ogdcn
. property: one 8l. room modern brick nnd
garage, all in good condition. W. F, Monk,
2030 Adams avenue. 2563
During last April the mills of tho
' United States consumed 66,000,000.
pounds of wool.
f forsmST j
HOUSEHOLD furniture for five iroom
houso. including piano. Phone 2022AI.
NEW Wostlnghousc electric range, must
he sold by io o'clock Wednesday. 526
GOOSEBERRIES for sale. Phono 2S13-R.
. , 26-2
BABY'S little whlto bed. flno mattrcas.
Call No. 3. Browning apartments. 2637
EXTRA good chicken feed. SL50 hundred
delivered. Phono 1754-R after 5 p. m.
THREE bicycles in A-l condition: one
baby bufgy, cheap, 3344 Chllda avenue.
FOR SALE cheap. 12 h. p. 2 cvl. U. S.
Engine Works gas engine. Call at 3025
Washington avenue. Phono 3319-J. 2646
BROWN team. 7 years old. weight 2600.
Phone- 3-W. North Ogdcn.
MOTOR washer. Inlaid linoleum, child's
safety bed ,and other beds and mattress,
lawn mower, iron wheelbarrow, coal oil
heater. Phono SS7-W. ' x 2573
DAVENETT for sale. In good condition.
Call 3434 Washington. 2574
GOOD Ivory wicker baby buggj'. must he
sold before Wednesday. 2006 Liberty.
GIRLS' spring coats: ladles' coat, slao
3S: al60 garage for rent. 462 Twcnty-sev-enth.
24 SHARES of Weber and Davl3 water
stock. Price $325 a share. Phone 926-W
GARAGE. 173 Poplar avonue. 2553
GOOD piano in first class condition. 567
Twenty-seventh street. 2552
FURNITURE. chickens and chlckr-n
house $750. Party buying can rent house,
five rooms modern, close In. P. O. Box
54 C. 2551
Regardless of condition, your heating
3tovo at the highest prices. Phono 2464
The Furniture Exchange, 253 Twcnty
flfth street. 250j
DAVENPORT in good condition. Call
1647 Washington avenuo. 252S
GOOD team geldings, weight 3300 pounds.
G. AV. Seaman. Milton. Utah. P. O. ad
rcss, Morgan. R. R. 1. 2514
DETROIT .Tewol gas range. 556 Twon-ty-thlrd
TAN colored window shades, scalloped
with silk fringe. A bargain. Tel. 3347-W.
MONARCH range at- 2229 Lincoln; also
furnished room for rent. 2S50 Grant.
SURRY Call 2018 Madlcon avenue. Phone
TWO bicycles and collapslblo baby bug
gy in A-l condition. 3311 Chllds avo
PIANO; must sell; leaving city; cheap
if taken at once. 1421 Twenty-fourth.
YOUNG Whlto Leghorn pulleto. Phono
1243. Western Grain & Feed Co., 235 i
Washington avenuo. 2430
NEWMAN'S pay the highest prlco for
second hand furniture Phono 63S. 234S
JUST received frosh car of hard wall plas
ter and car of lath. Ogdcn Plaster Sup
ply Co.. 163 West Thirtieth. Phono 3368.
CHOICE aster plants. 25c dozen. L.
Faulkner. 960 Hudson.
THREE barber chairs and mirrors, cheap.
Box 288. Logan. Utah.
ASTERS, petunias unups. Chris Purdy's,
2S52 Plngrce Ave Phono 2116-R.
FISH poles, 5c and up. 1640 Washington.
CALL S2S for kindling wood. 2218
BOHN-S1PHON refrigerator. White cn
ameled 75 pounds capuclty. Co3t 5100.
Will soli for $50. Mr. Fowler, Wright's
LOT 50x130 feet, containing cherry trees.
Inquire at 1841 Hudson avenue. 2186
HOUSEHOLD furniture, practically now.
for sale. 2129 Monroe. 2158
FURNITURE and stoves In good condl-
tion. Phono 3373. 2160
PIGGY sowj. Hunsakcr Com. Co Phono
CHOICE tomato plants, egg plants, pep
pers, cabbage anft. cauliflower. At L. P.
Stono, 674 Twelfth street. 2083
NAVY blue georgette blouse, sire 36. neck,
sleeves and pcplan decorated hand painted
design, never worn, $20 value $10. Phone
HORSES and mules. 2763 Gibson avenue.
West Twenty-eighth street. 1793
SECONDHAND goods bought and sold. T.
C Ivcreon, 1640 Washington. Phone 49.
GOOD set harness, automatic washor. mo
torcycle oafo, hose. bike. Phono 333.
PIANOS and othor musical Instruments
Terms without Interest. Pantonc. 2874
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's. 211-25 Twonty-flfih
St. Phone 419. S7
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowo's and cavo
money. 1800 Washington avfnuo, Phono
TO salaried pcoplo without security, to
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc.
227 Hudson Bldg Phono 2S4. 249
MONEY io loan on improvoa .ual estate.
Kelly & Horrick. 7T9
WE take your old rango an first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
rango outright Homo Furniture Co. 4673
CAFE; long lease; low rent, must sell:
going away. 1-16 Twenty-fifth. 1571
WOULD you Invest $1 u week for ten
weeks on a chance to mako 51000 or
more? Particulars free. No obligation.
Write J. A. Carlton, Box 676. Fort Worth.
Colors arc frequently artificially
produced In agate artlclea.
GENTLEMAN with references desires
board and room in private family. Phono
To Buy t
TWIN baby buggy or sulky. Call 650
Twenty-eighth street. 2537
WILL buy good second hand cash rogls
tor. Phono 570. 2452
WANTED Used violin, must bo bargain.
Phone 3351-W. 2450
NEWMAN pays more for all kinds of
household furniture. Phone 63S. 1953
HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes. 269
Twenty-fifth Ft. Phone 3336. 1915
WE havu cash customers tor desirable
city and farm lands. List your property
with rcllablo people. Kelley & Hcrrloc.
WE BUY all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Snlvago ..v., 2348 Grant Ave.
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State, of Utah, County of Tcbcr. Ogdcn
1 have In my possession the following
described ostray animals, which if not
claimed and taken away, will bo sold to
the highest cash bidder, at 1818 Washing
ton avonue, In Ogdcn City, Utah, on Wed
nesday, the 23rd day of Juno, 1920. nt the
hour of 12:30 p. m. Ono white mare, about
10 years old, branded V on right, thigh.
Said estray wan tak'ii up by mo In
uald city on the Hth duy of June. 1920.
Poundkccpci pf Ogdcn City, Utah.
Latest flgotrca obtained by tho, fed
crnl bureau of education show that
between 300,000 and 400,000 children
in tho United Stalca last year were
! without schooling;
GOOD Ford cheap, Anderson-Larson Co.
SEVEN passenger 18 model Studobakcr.
Call evenings. 239 Twenty-fifth. 2568
LIGHT sli cylinder chummy roadster,
new cord tires, $650. Address B-15. Stand-.
FORD delivery truck with top; lOlmodel.
In good condition. 2749 Grant. 2494
FORD touring car in first class shape,
for sale at W. H. Wright &. Sons garage.
rear of 531 Twenty-fourth. 2461
1917 MODEL Indiana l'i ton truck, in
first clnfls running order. A bargain.
Phone 176 or 1319, 2441
FORD ono ton truck, inclosed cab, Just
overhauled, a bargain. Wilfong-Glas-mann
Co., 2251 Washington. Phone 77C.
BARGAIN in a 1917 Bulck roadster. Good
tires and good condition throughout and
a fine looKlng car $650. Inquire 319
Twenty-fourth street. Just the car for
fishing trips. 2456
1 FOR SALE By owner, good family auto
j cheap. Phone 1127 H 237S
I USED CARS
1!H7 Hayncs six. live passenger. i
1916 Overland touring,
J 1918 Overland Country club.
!1919 Chevrolet coup", now, bargain,
i'117 Saxon roadster, cheap.
1918 Overland express delivery.
1918 Bulck six touring.
The above cars are overhauled, rcpalnt
i cd and everything done to mako them in
'Perfect running condition. Torms will bo
! given to rt-sponslbl-j railiAs. Let ua dem
! DROWNING AUT0..10P.1LH CO.
!c E. YORGASON used car dealer. l.ot me
Isell your car. Fords wanted. Phono 1651-W
1 OILY spark plugs and diluted oil In crank
i case remedied in most cars without rcbor
'Ing The Franklin Agency. 2466 Grant
CHEVROLET 4-90 model: almobt new.
Rend Auto Top Co. 78
if WANTED I
J I Situations
: WILL give good home to two children
! under two years old or will caro for them
by the day. Rear S21 Twenty-second St.
Poultry and Eggs s
HEAVY laying White Leghorn yearling
hens, cheap. Phone 1247 evenings or
CARPETS and rugs washed and dried on
vour floors. Satisfaction guaranteed
Hamilton Beach Washer Co . 3205 Wnsh
ington. Phono 2435 and 2030 W. 2496
$2.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought, sold or tradnd. Phono 333.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwoll Book and Stationery. 2362
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 2058
Utah Natltonal Bank, nouthcast comor
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono 61.
For cement blocks or general cement
work and houso remodeling, phono 2257-J.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
OF. Strupplck, carpenter and Jobber. 158
Twenty-third. Phono 1018. 2519
K. Van Kampcn for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattreasos. Phono 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and oprings ro
stretchfI. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
j Fcathei renovating Phono 25S6-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
L Phone 133. 225S-60 "Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co.. leading Japanoso res
taurant in Ogdcn 273 24th St.
Tho Now Method Dentists aro spoclal
ists In all branches of Dentistry. 246'J
Oeden Engraving Scrvlco Co . makers
of fine cuts In ono or moro colors. 416
Twenty-fourth street. Phono 463.
FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE
See Willis & Bradeson for your fire
and auto Insurance. 319 Hudson Bldg.,
Geo. D. Bennett, corporation and group
insurance a specialty. Phone 121-W. 1514
Expert furniture packing, repairing, rc
flnishing. 3115-NR. 1630
JUNK AND H I DES
Western Hide & Junk Co., 2323 Wash
ington Ave . Phono 861.
Ogdon jnk House. 2059 Washington
Avo. Phono 210
' Ogdon Fixture nnd Mill Co. Screens,
doors, windows, sash, kitchen cabinet,
storo and offlco fixtures. Rear 145 Twenty-fourth
street. Phone 919 W. 2095
Wlllard Kay, real cstato and loans.
2474 Washington Avo. Phono 409. 1874
Garbago and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and tollots cleaned- John Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828. 231S Hudsoi. Avenuo. 073?
If moving to tho canyon call S. M.
Mooro Transfer. Phono 99'J-J or 2373-W.
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bap repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. Gallachcr's. 1373 Hud
WALL PAPER CLEANING
KALSOMINING and paper cleaning. Tel.
29-R-ll, W. Alvord. 3861 Adams. 2421
Lowe & Grcenwoll. Phono 2724-R. 1840
EXPERT window and wall paper clean
Ing. American Window Cleaning. Ph. ES3
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notlco Is heroby given that Ogdcn City
proposes to mako tho following public Im
provement, to-wll: Construct main out
fall sewer in Sower District No. T34, to
gothor with work Incidental thereto, ac
cording to plans, specifications and pro
files on file In tho offlco of the city en
gineer. And sealed hlda aro Invited for
said work and will bo rocclvod at the
offlco of the city recorder in tho City hall
at Ogdcn, Utah, until ten o'clock a. m.
on tho 23rd day of June, 1920. Instruc
tions to bidders, plans and specifications
for said improvement can be seen and
examined at tho offlco of tho city engi
neer In tho City hail of said city.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids and lo waivo any defects.
By order of tho Board of Commission
ers' of Ogdon City, Utah, this, tho 1st
day of June, 1920.
C. T. MOYES,
First publication June 2. 1920.
Lost publication Juno 21, 1920.
Published in Ogdcn Standard-Examiner.
Sower DlatHct No. 131.
WATER SYSTEM AT SODA SPRINGS,
Notice to Contractors:
Scaled bids will be received by the
Board of Trusteca of tho village of Soda
Springs, Idaho, up Jo S o'clock p. m., June'
2S, 1920. and then oponed. for furnishing
material and labor for the constructing
of approximately one and one-half miles of
eighteen Inch wood pipe, including Ven
turo meter, valves and fittings, together
with concrete catchment basins, founda
Plane and specifications may bo seen
at tho office of the clerk. List of mate
rial furnished on application to tho engi
neer. Tho board reserves the right tp award
separate contracla for lubor and for ma
terial or for any pari thereof. It also
rescrvoa tho right to reject any and all
bidx, and to wai.vo ariy Informaltlos.
By order of tho Board of TniMtoos,
Incd Norstrom, Clerk.. ', '
, Rated at Soda Springs, Idaho, Juno 7,
1020. ; . '
, , No. 7180,
In the District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District. In and for Weber County, '
Stutc of Utah.
AV,F- dams. Plaintiff, vs. W. B, Wcdoll.
Mima R. Harcombc-. widow. William M.
Harcombe, and Ethel Harcoinbo Porter,
surviving children of William Har
combe, deceased, and any unknown
hclra and the devisees, legatees and
creditors of said William Harcombc. de
ceased; Mima R. Harcombo, mother o:
Janjes E. Harcombc. a deceased son ol
said William Harcombe, deceased, am'
any unknown heirs and the devisees
legatees and creditors of said James E.
Harcombe, deceased; Elkan Naumborg,
William Fraun, Emanuel Laur and Ma
Naumborg, co-partnera as "Naumborg,
Fraus, Laur and Company," Elkan
Naumborg, If not deceased, and if de
ceased his unkonwn heirs, devisee, leg
atees and creditors; Jano Doe Naum
borg, William FrauH. If not deceased,
and If deceased hla unknown heirs; de
visees, legatees and creditors, Jane Doe
Fraus; Emanuel Laur. If not deceased,
and If deceased hla unknown heirs, de
visees, legatees and creditors: Jano Doe
Laur? Max Naumborg If not deceased,
and if deceased his unknown holra, de
visees, legatees and creditors, Mary Doe
Naumborg; John Do and Mary Roc,
whose other and true names arc to
plaintiff unknown, and any and all per
sons who hayc or claim to have some
cstato or interest in and to oil or any
part of the real property hereinafter de
Tho State of Utah to the Said Defend
ants: You are heroby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
Kttmmons upon you. If served within tho
county In which this action Is brought:
otherwise, within thirty dayn after serv
ice, and defend the above entitled action
and In case of your failuro to to do. Judg
ment will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of tho complaint, which
has been filed wiVh tho clerk of said court,
Tills action I brought to obtain a Judg
ment and decree adjudging the plaintiff
to be .the owner and quieting his lltlo
against any and all claims of the defend
ants In and to all tho following described
real estate, to-wlt:
All of Iot6 twenty-aoven (27) twenty
eight (28). twenty-nlno (29), thirty (30),
thirty-one (31), thirty-two (32), thirty
three (33), and thirty-four (34). In Block
Two (2) of. tho Mossa Subdivision of
Block 18. Plat "C." Ogdcn City, situated
In Wcbor county. Utah,
That the defendants, whose names arc
to plaintiff unknown, claim an Interest in
said premises as the owners thereof, and
that tho same was derived by conveyance
or succession from tho said defendants.
W. B. Wcdell. William Harcombo, de
ceased. Elkan Naumborg. William Fraus,
Emanuel Laur and Max Naumborg.
C. R. IIOLLINGSWORTII.
Postofflcc address: 518 Eccles Bldg., Og-
In tho District Court of Weber County,
Stato of Utah.
Evona Investment Company, a Corpora
tion. Plaintiff, vs. Jennie Cody. Roger
Cody, Harriet K. Hoag as Administra
trix of the Estate of Ralph E. Hoag.
deceased, Harriet K. Hoag. andKuth
orino Hoag Norgren, Defendants.
To be sold nt sheriff's sale on tho 30th
day of June, 1920. at 12 o'clock noon of
said day. at the south front door of the
Weber county court house. In Ogden
City. Weber county. Utah, the following
described property, to-wlt:
Sltnato In Weber county. State of Utah,
and particularly described as follows:
Tho cast 34 feet of tho west 68 feet
of Lots ono (1). two (2). three (3). and
four (4). and tho enst 31 feet of the north
15 feet, of the west 6S feet of lots five (5),
in Block One (1) In King's addition lo
Ogdcn City, Utah.
Together with a right of way over the
south ten feet of Lot five (5) in Block
one (1) in King's addition to Ogdon City,
Dated at Ogden City. Weber County,
Utah, this Sth day of June. 1920.
II C. PETERSON.
Sheriff of Weber County. Utah.
By Curtis Allison, Deputy Sheriff.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAYS.
Stato of Utah. County of Weber, .In the
Plain City Precinct of Said County.
I have In my possession the following
described estray animals which if not
claimed and taken away, will be sold to
the highesreash bidder at H, P. Poulsen's
In Plain City Precinct, on Monday, tho
21st day of Juno. 1920. at tho hour of 1
Ono bay mare, whlto stripe In forehead,
front feet whlto, no brand, weight about
Said estray was taken up by K. Hipwcll
on tho 5th day of June. 1920.
H. P. POULSEN.
Poundkcopor for Plain City Precinct.
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of Weber County,
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
Crodltors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the offlco
of Joseph E. Evans, sultp 518 David Ec
cles building, Ogden, Utah, on or before
July 27, 1920.
Dated. Ogdcn. Utah. May 25. 1920.
RUFUS A. GARNER,
Joseph E. Evans, Attorney for Administrator
STANLEY YOAKUM AND
PETE HARTLEY GO DRAW
TULSA, Okla-.June 15. Pcto Hart
ley of New Orleans nnd Stanley Yoa
kum o Denver went 15 rounds to a
draw last night. The men aro light
weights. Tho decision was awarded
by a referee.
IDAHO CONVENTION TUESDAY.
LBWISTON, Idaho, Juno 14. -The
(Idaho Democratic state convention will
open here tomorrow afternoon to elect
delegates and alternate's to the nation
al convention. A national committee
man will be elected or endorsed for
election by the Sato's delegation to
the national convention. Delegates
began arriving today.
Robert H. Elder, national committee
man, will seek re-election and it Is ex
pected he will be opposed by Fred T
Dubois, former United States senator.
A plan for election of sixteen dele:
gates, each with half a vote, and no
alternates, is expected to be advanced.
A sot of resolutions is expected to be
presented to tho convention and dis
cussion among delegates today indi
cated tho llkelhood of former Governor
James H. Hawley of Boise, being en
dorsed as a candidate for the vice pres
EXCHANGE OF VIEWS.
PARIS, Juno 15. Count Ehrens
vaard, Swedish minister to vFranco, to
day handed Premier Millerand a note
requesting the exchange of views
among tho five great powers concern
ing the disposition of the Aland is
lands. Similar notes will bo presented
to the governments at "Washington,
London, Rome and Toldo.
It is understood hero that Sweden
desires a plebiscite in the islands, of
which the majority of tho population
Is auppoacd to be of Swedish origin.
Finland Is holding out against separa
tion of the islands on the ground thai
they aro moro nearly connected with
tho Finnish mainland and arc defi
nitely divided from Sweden.
Forty-five thousand men and $50,
000,000 have loft tho state o Nebraska
for western Canada in tho last 20
years, according to a report by tho
Canadian governments offlco at Omaha.
FROM KEYBOARD TO WASHBOARD I I
BRINGS HIGHER SCALE OF PAY , I
Professor of Music Changes
Work to Help the World
WASHINGTON From Do-re-mi
and the C scale to Rubandub-dub.
Yea, verily, from keyboard to wash
board! Prof. Will Spahr, for many ycain .
teacher of music, both piano and vocal,
has followed the advice or the gov-j
crnment experts, who say that what
the nation needs Is more productive
and less non-productlvo labor. I
Spahr, doing his bit to help the
nation's employment ' problem, has
given up teaching- the younger gene
ration how to play and has turned to
tho washboard as tho Instrument on
which ho will play his role through
the reconstruction period. In other,
' words, he's taking In washings, doing
laundry, helping the world keep clean 1 1
Incidentally, ho says, ho finds tnat.
tho markot for his services has in-
creased, that the pay is better and
Appreciate Aid ' of America!
Even Though Wishes Were
Overruled at Paris. 1
SOFIA, Bulgaria. June Bul
garia must have a territorial outlet
on the Aegean sea, Ivan E. Gueshoff,
ono of Bulgaria's most brilliant Slavo
nian and formerly prime minister,
now a deputy of parliament, has told
Tho Associated Press correspondent, j
"A mere economic outlet will bo o
no use to her and sho has catergori
cally refused and will refuse, to ac-
cept it," he went on. A glance at the;
map of the Balkan peninsula will
prove that a port on the Aegean is a
matter of far more vital Importance
lo Bulgaria than Fiumo Is to Jugo-j
. Appreciate American Aid.
"Wo know." continued M. Gucshoir,
"that on the question of ethnic and
territorial claims of Bulgaria, tho
United States was over-ruled at the
peaco conference. We are novorthoicsa
genuinely grateful to all those Amer
icans who. In the commissions ap
pointed to study the questions of
Thrace and the northern and western
frontiers of Bulgaria, gave conclusions
In our favor. "Wc now Implore tho
genorous with momentous conse
quences to Bulgaria and to the peaco
of tho whole Balkan peninsula."
Bulgaria ceded western Thraco un
der the peace treaty and tho peace
conference awarded it to Greece. This
cut Bulgaria off from Its former port
of Dedcagatch, on the Aegean sea; but
tho allies promised her the league of
nations would givo her an outlet on
The former prime minister, who was
educated in England and who Is icau
er of tho strong Nationalist party, then
discussed what ho tormcd "the allies'
flagrant betrayal of the principle ui
nationality." "We were stunned," said
M. Gueshoff, "when wc heard tnat
Bulgaria condemned to lose districts
tho Bulgarian character of which was
never contested and that while for
certain disputed German regions tho
plebiscite was pormittcd. the prlnciplo
of self-determination was refused tne
Bulgarian populations which were
awarded to Serbia and Greece.
Betrayed Into War.
"In ojder to explain this flagrant
betrayal of the principlo of national
ity," at. Gueshoff continued, "It waa
alleged that tho Bulgarians deserved
to be punished, first, because they
had fought against tho Entonto and
thou because they had committed atro
cities. Tho Bulgarian pcoplo wero
against the war. A faithless king had
betrayed them Into it.
"Had tho entente landed troops ut
Salonlkl boforc tho Bulgarian mobili
zation of 1915, a3 I then insisted, had
Bulgaria the geographical situation of
Greece, the Bulgarians would have
done what the Greeks did in 1917 and
Bulgaria would never luivo gone with
tho central empires."
jU. Gueshoff concluded tho Inter
view with a reference to tho alleged
Bulgarian atrocltlos. "As president of
the Bulgarian Jtcd Cross society," he
said, "In January, 1919. 1 proposed
that an International commission
should inquire into these so-called at
rocities and those committed by the
othor Balkan states. But the confer
ence of Paris had decided to throttle
Bulgaria without giving her tho op
portunity of defending herself,"
MEN ARE GIVEN DEGREES
PIUNfETON. N. J.. June 1R. Sir
Auckland Campbell Geddes, British
ambassador to this country, Dr. Alexis
Carrel and ten other distinguished
men wore today awarded honorary
degrees at tho 173rd commencement
exercises of Princeton university.
Three hundred and one undergrad
uates received diplomas. Tho endow
ment fund had passed 58,000,000, ac
cording to announcement today. Tho
degree of doctor of laws was conferred
-on Lord Geddes.
that a lot of harmony as well as walvr ll
can be wrung out of linen. 'jl
While the national conference un '
education. In Washington, was deplor- f
ing the fact that teachers, tutors and
educators arc face 'o face with hard- ; 'H
ships because of low pay. Prof. Spahr '
up to his elbows in soapsuds, was ,
demonstrating that they can maitu .
good living in other lines if they nave
' Waslilng More Essential.
"I'm getting all the work I can uu
now by hand," Spahr says, "so I'm '
planning to put In an electric washer
and mangle. Then I'll receive and send
washing parcel post."
Spahr has established his business iH
at McLean, Va a suburb across tho
Potomac river from Washington, H
where he has plenty of soft water, ll
fresh air and sunshine. For years he ill
taught music to the boys and girls of 'll
northern Virginia, southern Mary
land and southeastern Pennsylvania.
Now he feels he's doing no less laud
ablo a work In helping them keep
clean. For. after all, the Blblo says
i "cleanliness Is next to Godliness," and
taking in washings therefore is more iH
essential than teaching music!
PREACH GOSPEL I
Forty Ministers Going Abroad ,.H
to Represent Federal IH
Council of Churches. )H
NEW YORK. June 14. Cultivation
of International friendship for tho
United States will be the purpose of a (
delegation of 40 ministers who have
I been appointed to visit 19 European , 'H
: countries this summer as represcnta- i
tlvcs of the Federal Council of
j Churches of Christ In America.
Tho ministers are of several denom
1 lnatlons and include the pastors of
' churches all over tho country.
In explaining tho purpoose of the
Federal council's "friendly visltrso" j
tho Rev. Arthur J. Brown, secretary
of tho Presbyterian Board of Forolgn
Missions. New York and chairman of
;tho committee on fraternal rolations.of '
, the commission on relations with re- i
ligious bodies in Europe, said:
"Wu feel that such an association of
our religious bodies would materially
contribute to tho success of the league
I of nations. We deeply regret that up
I to this time our own nation has not
officially entered into the league. We
I believe that a large majority of tne
American people and especially of the
clergy and laity of our churches, arc
I in favor of the league and. earnestly
j hope that the United States will soon '1
become a member of it. Meantime, we
feel that Christian men should make 1
all tho stronger effort to develop thoao
moral nnd spiritual associations be- J
tween tho nations, which are, after
all, the things of highest Importance. ' jH
He said that tho sending of theso
messengers of American friendliness ll
and the extensive rollef work pro
moted by American churches aro part
of the same expression of their com-
mon Christianity in its international 'jH
Rev. Nehomlah Boynton, of Brook- .
lyn. has been chosen chairman of the j
American delegation to tho prellmln- ,
ary conference at Geneva, whore a
plan will be perfectod for holding tho
Among those who will make the
trip are: Rev. W. B, Beauchamp.
Bishop James Cannon, Nashville,
Tonn.; Rev. James 1. Good, Phila
dolphia; Rev. Peter AInslIe, Baltimore;
Rev. C, Thurston Chase. Lynn, Mass.; jH
Rev. Bruco Taylor, Kingston. Canada; i
Rev. H, C. Armstrong. Baltimore; i
Bishop James Atkins and Rev. Charles
J. Jarroll, Nashville, Tonn.; Bishop
Francis McConncll, Denver, Colo.; Rev.
R. II. Miller. Kansas City: Rt. Rev.
Ethelbort Talbot, South Bochlehem,
Pa.; Rev. Henri' Van Dyke, Prince
ton, N. J.: Rev. F, W. Burnham, Cln
clnnattl; Rev. Newton M. Hall, Spring-
field, Mass., and Rev. Samuel IT. I
Chester, Nashville, Tenn. ,
Row J. A. Morohcad of New YorK,
and Professor M J, Stoles, St. Paul,
Minn., have also been asked to par
tlclpato In tho visit to Europe as rep
rcscntatives of tho National Lutheran
AMERICAN TENNIS STARS
CONTINUE WINNING PLAY
LONDON Juno 15. American ton
nls players continued their winning
play in tho second round of the Lon
don championship here today C. S. jH
Garland, of Pittsburgh. ellmlnatedG.
R. Shcrwell. of South Africa, "In jM
straight sets by score of 6 2, G 4. 'H
William ai. Johnston, of San Fran
cisco, tho United States champion, il
moved forward by default, his oppo
nent in tho draw withdrawing. MVs.
Mallory. who before her marriage was
Molla Bjurstedt, also won in the first
round of tho ladles' championship, d'e
feating Miss Davenport 6 3. G 1
Secretary of tho Interior Payno es- 'H
tlmatcs the 1920 production of pa- !
troleum at 420,000.000 barrels and the
consumption. Including- ' exports, at jH
, 500,000,000 barrels.