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H FOR SALE
H TUB GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
H JG Twftntv-fourth St, Phono 2S0-261
H .53150 New five loom modorn bunpolow.
H Cement baomciit. Bet of bath fin-
H litres. To be rinlshed In two weeks,
j ).orjt-(i in north part of town. Lot
H v .10x150. SSOO cnpli. Dalanco terms 5
H pop rent Intorcsti
H ?400 rivf room modern bungalow. Full
t cement luutemont. Double laundry
H tubs Lhillt In features. In excellent
H condition. Located close In on bench.
H Term?. , ,
H Don't mil to mco us In rejrard to so-
H eral now bungalows wo have now In
H course of construction.
H THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
H A1C Twcnty-fourth St. Phones 280-2S1
K SMITH-FLINDERS CO.
H Commercial Notional Rank Bide
H Mrs. Saundors. City Department
j ' New four room brick bungalow, close
H In on bench: Inrg- sleeping porch, pood
j basement, hordwcod borders, large Kltcn
H on cabinet, beautiful light fixture?, and a
H prood lot. Only f 4000; term?. Immediate
1 Two four room modem houses wltn
L larse xlccplnp porches. Must bo sold at
H once. . Immediate ncsncsslon.
r"" Two five room modorn brick houses lo-
P seated one block from Wnshlngtn. South
H part of city. ' Reasonable price and easy
H Many other cood buys that wo vo"I!
H like to show you. 3P
H , 20 ACRE ranch with plenty of water. 12t
H entile. 10 horses, machinery, everything
H ready to mako money, all for SIC. 000. A
H bargain for quick sale. See Ofrden Land
Hl fc Investment Co.. Ill Twenty-fount
street. Ogdcn. .
H SIX roorn stucco, si: lots with 63 fot !
1 front Good for pnrden or chickens. mi
1 gntlm; water. Will sell on reasonable
H terms. Inquire Owner 302 Thirtj fifth.
OWNER of ?100n brick five room house
n on the bench desiring to sell will nccopi
j Fcven passenger auto an part payment.
1 Terms, part cash and 530 per month, o,
l A. Kennedy, basement UUh ?;?.tionai.
(1 Phong 913 or 2313 J. Q-n
H ISV OWNER Cheap for quick sain seven
H room house. 1V? acres lit orchard. wiruMi.
H' C'anvon road near Glcnwood: will u-iko
H cheaper place in trade. Cheap for enj
H avalo. Phono 2595 W.
lH THREE-acro chicken farm. Phon 2SR'"-
IH w n4S
JH ?3250 will buy four room new modern
BHI bungalow. Terms.
XH 51500 will buv four room modern bncK
flM hungnlow, hardwool floors, full
H basement. sleeping porch, etc
iHP ALFRED E. STRATFORD
U - .-.i 2250 Washington Avenue
DT Phones 993-W or 230UT
G E. M. REALTY' CO.
H 2375 Hudson Avenue
QKH Six room house. Jot 50x150, 52300: 5G00
B down and balanco at $25 per month.
MH Four room house, $1500; small payment
H dScven room house. S3200; $500 down and i
H balance on easy term? . I
160 acres in Cache valley, six room mod-1
cm house, gowl water rJRht. . I
33 acres near town, will sell cheap to,
the right parly. .
I have other property and farms hore
and In Idaho. Call and sec.
MRS. NETTIE ECCLES
G. E. M REALTY CO.
2375 Hudson Avenue
IH - " Phon0 1037 300D
PARTMENT house cl03e in on Wash- j
H ington avenue; has nine two and three
room apartments. Furnished Income
llH S22C a month. Price 511.500. Half wish.
Misht consider part exchange. Box 15.
H Standard-Examiner. i
EIGHT room modern home: slceplni: I
H porches. Phone 2S70, WW
FrrE room modern brick house and gfir-
age, newly painted. 331 Porry avcnu29gc
EIGHT room home, sleeping" porches
Phnnn 2S70 37
H NEW two-roomed furnlsh'-d house: lights
M. and water; lot 1-ICX75. planted, 323 Mon
r" -4'? roe; ")al
I LOT 100x137 on Oak and Jackson to traih-
for auto. Phone 3137-W. 293G
H REASONABLE: furnished five room mod-
crn brick: shade trees, fruit trees, grapes,
berries, garden. East Twelfth street.
Moora Ianc, 23t"
TWO room house newly papered, lot 33x
132: sever and cldewnlk paid, city waler.
lights 5S50. One-half cash: now vacant
Phone 2255-W. rirl!
I BY OWNER Sovcn room modern home
on bench and car line. Phone Mll-J.
H 5500 DOWN, balance monthly, will buy a
nico six room modem home, all special
taxes' paid In full. Choice location, imirto-
dlato posossion. E F. Brats, 11 1 Lcclos
APARTMENT house, strictly modern, five
apartments fine location on bench, pays
10 per cent net on your investment,
to leave town cn account of dcyicss. y. m
sell cheap. Kelly & Herrlck. 2SCI
H BTT3 room frame house, lorge lot. on Ec-
. clcs avenue, near corner Twentieth street.
cheap. Apply John McCrcady. lit Tweiv
H FOUR room house, two porches, lot 50x
m 150 feet. $1500 360 Franklin. 2SoS
BY OWNER Seven rom modorn brick.
largo lot. good location. Terms. Pl'one
- 1JIS7. . 2S57
f THREE room cottage, two lots. 3121 Un-
Iom avenue, cheap. Terms or cash. Phone
V" 13 ACRES, crops, implements. I'orscs. on
Mate highway. Vj mile north Clearfield.
H Phone 1I-R-1. 2,60
IH BY OWNER Goon sixteen room apart
L ment house, furnished, sleeping porches
gas ranges. fincBt location In town. $140
a month income. Good terms. Phono 102
LARGE building lots, new addition to
Eighth street. Good coil, drainage and lo- i
cation. C30 Seventh. Phone 2135-M.
SENTJN room modern brick house, dou
bio garage, paved street. Terms on part
S. W. Wherry. 2509 Madison. 2345
SEVEN room brick. I-Javc you some
tiling to trade. Small house preferred.
We can bo of mutual benefit by dealing
direct. Alro have Grand piano. 1325 Twcn j
ty-fifth street.. Pliono 142C-R, 230S
ONE three room frame houst; terms 5S50 ,
One six room brick only $3500. Many
Hj other good deals, also reasonable lots. In- i
quire H. Van BraacX. 302 Thirty-fifth.
BURLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
WE have u large list of Irrigated farms
for pnlft or trade. Wrlto or ece WONES
GRISWOLD IN'V. CO.. Hurley. Idaho.
W. L. PORTER. Real Estate and lyians.
IB 237C Washington avenue. Phono 1S76.
i, OUTER Corner lot 116xlM U L
TV;nty-cccond and Reeves avenue,
' Phonp 30,76. 370
ANYONE knowlnp the whereabout of
Willie Miller will plense communicate
with G. H; Miller, care Standard-Examln-or.
EVERYBODY' suffering with piles, fistula,
j ulceration, bleeding or itching' piles, writo
for free trial, painless pile cure. R. E.
1 Tarney. San Jose. Cal. 2707
CARD and character rending. 419 Twcn-ty-slxth
H WANTED I
H POSITION by a buxlness woman, who ifi
B anxious to locate in Ogdcn. Can give best
1 of references. Address New Y'ork. care
H Stnndnrd. 30SG
EXPPJRIENCED male bookkeeper desire.?
1 position with reliable firm. Tel 2IQ5-W
Mr. Hull. 253S Orchard avenue. 3065
PAINTING, paper cleaning of all kinds,
j Work guarantfed. Call 2637.R. 2995
PLASTERING and patching. Call 111
B) Twenty-seventh street. 2901,
Hf? FOR cement work or general building
f' contrncting. Phono 2257. 294s
PRACTICAL nurse. Call phono 1S21-M.
FOR RENT I
i TWO furnished housekeeping rooms.
! Phono 11S3. 2GI Tv.-cnty-alxth street.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms sultablo for fam
ily or bachelor: and sleeping rooms. 2210A
VERY desirable rooms, rcasonoblo rates,
two nilnut'iK from postofflce. Gales llo
tcl. 416 Grant avenue. 30G7
TWO room apartments for housekeeping,
also oi:o room suitable for one, lady pre
fcrred. 330 Twenty-third street. Lincoln
j Hotel . 30GS
.TWO housekeeping rooms at 2145 Adams
avenue. No children. Phone 1637. 3069
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. 2225
Ogdcn avenue. Phono 1G17-J, 3070
j KOUR room furnished house Rear of
335 Twenty-eighth street. 307S
ROOM. 530 Twenty third.
NICE clean furnished sleeping room. 559
ONE or two rooms, housekeeping apart
jments. Sleeping rooms: no children. 2272
Madison ' 3041
!tWO room furnished house, 2G30 Adams
I avenue. 3040
THREE furnished rooms, no children.
2934 Lincoln. 3039
FOUR room apartment, nlcelv furnished.
first floor. 27S5 Grant avenue. 301S
PLEASANT room In modern home, fine
location. 45S Twenty-fourth 3017
MODERN sleeping ond housekeeping
rooms. 2731 Madison Phone 2029. 3015
FURNISHED apartment, three rooms, pri
vate both, good furniture. 27S5 Giant
I avenue 3016
TWO room furnished apartment on foe
jond floor 27S5 Grant avenue. 3014
COMPLETELY furnished Housekeeping
apartments, elevator, phone, lights, gas,
maid service If desired. Plaza Apartments
TWO partly furnished tent racks near
Hermitage. Inquire 127 West Twenty-
i seventh, 29S9
TWO housekeeping rooms ground floo
2021 Washington. 2990
TWO comfortable modem rooms, suitable
for two. 2G24 Jefferson. 2972
COMPLETELY furnished apartment,
three rooms and bath. Call 46 R-l or
TWO furnished rooms for light house
keeping. 2550 Orchard. 2091
THREE room furnished house for rent.
750 Twenty-sixth street. 29S2
FURNISHED room for rent in modem
borne, close in 315 Twenty-seventh
FIA'E room house, no children. 50 month.
771 Twenty-fourth street. 2949
MODERN four room ptenm heated apart
ment; no chlldi-'.-n. 560 Twenty-third.
FURNISHED sleeping rooms; block from
Washington ear. 29 'o Grant. 2S9S
BEDROOM and bath In private family;
breakfast If desired. 4G3 Twenty ninth.
Gentlemen preferred. 2S93
TV, O housekeeping rooms on Eighth
street. Inquire 2227 Qulncy avenue. 2S5G
TWO housekeeping rooms. 2353 Monroe.
THREE room furnished house. 161 Twcn-
ty-second street 2S17
NICELY furnished room with bath. 2560
MODERN bungalow, ucckcr's Bridge.
Canyon. Phone SOS. 27C0 j
TWO or three furnished rooms for house
keeping. W. B. Wedell. 24GS Washington
MOiO large modem rooms, breakfast if
desired Reference required 2G39 Jeffer j
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeping or
housekeeping. 24GS Washington. 2425
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms
Lucerne Hotel. Phone 3018. 1937
jj FOR RENT
TWO large front rooms with uso of bath.
1330 Capital. Call alter 3 p. m. 2331
ROOMS mod.-m housol.ct ping: close In. I
ICellv A- Hoivich. 1032 j
I WANTED j
i To Buy I
!wE have cash customers tor desirable
! city and farm lands. List your property
l.wlth reliable people. Kellcy & Ucrrick.
lJ ii.V all car, rugaroiobs of condi
tion. AJto Salvage .. 23 IS Grant Ave.
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pink
ing and pleating Second floor W H
Wright & Sons. Mrs H. layman. 1169'
ON improved real estate E F Bratz.
117 Ecclcs Bldg1. 3079
iu autuiiett pt-oplo without security, to
other on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
"27 Hudson Bldg, Phone 234. 249
.uu.Nti to ioin on :mpiuvod .Mai cstai.
Kllv fc Herrlck. 779
by THE 1st three or four room modern
unfurnished house;-no children. Call 3321-
SMALL store room. Rent must be rca
sonable. Box J, care Standard-Examiner
I UNFURNISHED five room house near
jgTade. school. Phone 14G0-W. 2979
i FIVE or six room modem house on
1 bench by September 1 Lea3c one vcur.
! Box M.. care Standard Examiner. 2S79
! fSECONDHNDGOODSj j
SECOND hand goods bought and sold T I
C. Ivcnion. 1640 Washington. Phono 49. '
WE take your old rnngo as first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
range outright. Home Fnrnlluro Co. 4672
i Agentc j
AGENTS Large manufacturer wants
agents to sell hosiery, underwear, shirts,
drosses, skirts, waists, shoes, clothing,
etc. Write for free samples. Madison
Mills, 503 Broadway, New York City,
N'- V. ; 2703
AGENTS Large manufacturer wanto
agents to sell hosiery, underwear, shirts,
dresses, skirts, waists, shoes, clothing,
etc. Write for freo samples. Madlnon
Mills, 503 Broadway, Now York City,
N- 'Y 2703
WANTED Resident salesman to settlo nt
Logan. Ogdcn, Provo or Idaho points.
Must be willing to work and your terrl
tory will bo such that you can be homo
every night. 5500 Investment required and
wo can show .you how you can mako thlo
back In 30 to 60 days and control tlio ter
ritory that will pay you 5100 to 5500 a
month. A legitimate bonafido proposi
tion. Address at once Box 545, Salt Lnko
City. Utah, 3062
CHANCE for men who own autos lo
mako money Box C 12. 2993
Colors are frequently artificially
producod in apato articles.
Board and Room
FOR one or two gentlemen In private
modem homo. 1051 Twenty-third strcor.
Phone 2719-M. 2S68
SANITARY couch, dresser, small table.
2331 Adams. Apartment No. G. 30S5 1
I LOOSE hay for sale. Call S-J 4. 3071 1
FREE soil at Taylor, block south of'
Twenty fifth street. 3073 j
SMALL horse for saddle or'drlvlng. Phone
CHICKENS for sale. 133S Lincoln .-venue,
I PIANO and dining table. Phone 3250.
1 567 Twenty-sixth street. 3021
i FURNITURE for three rooms, fruit Jars,
chickens, tools, etc., all or part. 1224 Oa"k
'street Phone 931-J. 302G
! DINING room set. two bedsteads and (
springs, library table, china closet chairs,
dresser, parlor table, electric washing ma
chine and other household goods, cheap i
for cash. Phone 1200 J. 14S5 Twcnty-snv-1
onth street. 3010
GOOD young horse for sale, 210 West I
Twentieth streot. 3001 1
" DRESSER, library table and davenette, I
Hike new. Room 1. over 336 Twenty-fifth
'street. 3000 1
KITCHEN range, kitchen cabinet, utcn-1
fslls. book cases, couch and fruit Jnrs. 2345,
Monroe. 3002 I
GOOD bicycle. 516 Call between 5 and G
p. m. 11G Twenty-third. 3005
SPECIAL prices on new and used gas
ranges and plntes. Miller Furniture Store.
RANGE for sale. 315 Thirtieth. 299S
CHILD'S bed with mattress, almost now;
three hole oil stove with back and oven.
Cill 3170-W, 2999
I'uitMTURB for threo rooms cheap: par
t can rent apartment. Inquire 2515 Lln
coln avenue. 29S1
CANARY" birds 2220 Lincoln avenue.
EIGHT-drawer wooden card flic cabinet,
3x5. at Standard-Examiner 297C I
EXTRA large round native cedar posts.
Wheelwright's "Wood Yard. 234S Hudson
' TWO and one-half shares Weber-Davis
'water stock. Price 5300 per share. Phone
GRAND piano, seven months old. cost
'5800: will 'sell for $700. costs $1100 now.
I Will take Edison phonograph as part pay-
mcnt. Call 3394 from 6 until 3. 2938
I WICKER baby buggy, almost new. 2777
( Paclflr avenue. Phone 3140-J, 2940 ,
RUG. 9x12, In good condition. 3134 Wash
ington. 2942 j
191S Ilnrley Davidson motorcycle, clec
trlenlly equipped Will trade for Ford car
or sell for cash. 2539 Grant avenue
FOl R hole Star Estato range. 210 Thlr-!
tleth street. Phone 2292-M. 2343 I
A FEW uncalled for suits, excellently
Dundee tailored. Low priced. Dundee
Woolen Mills, 2431 Hudson avenue i
HOUSEHOLD furniture and automobile, j
2345 Monroe. 290S
I ONE boy's and two men's bicycles, good i
as new; cheap 3341 Chllds avenue. j
RED and while cabbage cauliflower
Plants. John Bush, C21 West Twenty- !
first. Phono 584-1. 2905
MOTORCYCLE. Horlcy Davidson, good
condition, a bargain for cash If taken all
once. Call for demonstration at 2521 j
Washington avenue or phono 173. Ask for j
Frank Mndsen. ; 2907 (
HOSE. tent, organ, tank, counter, bicycle,
motorcycle, saddles, scales, pump, cage.
Phnn 333. 2S47
YOUNG White Leghorn pullets Phone i
1243. Western Grain & Food Co.. 2354 j
Washington avenue. 2430
NEWMAN'S pay Uio highest prlco for j
second hand furnituro. Phone C3S. 234S
Washington. 2202 j
FISH poles. Cc and up. 1640 Washington, i
CALL S2S for kindling wood. 221S !
BOHN-S1PHON refrigerator. White en -,
amelcd. 75 pounds capacity, Cost 5100,
Will sell for 535 Mr. Fowler. Wright's
CHOICE tomato plants, egg plants, pep
pers, cabbage ana cauliflower. At L. P.
Stone. 674 Twelfth streot. 2033 I
PIANOS and other musical Instruments.
Terms without Interest. Pantone. 2574
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's. 211-25 TWonty-flf?h .
St. Pliono 410. 157
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stow6's and save
money. 1800 Washington avenuo. Phono !
1917 Ford coupo for sale, or will ex
change for five pas6cnscr car. Apply 15G1
Twenty fifth street. 3071
MAXWELL, cut down, good engine and
tiros. 5100. 234 Twenty-second.
CHEAP for quick sale, sovcn passongor
Chalmers, run less than 10.000 miles, new
battery and top, good tires, engine first I
class condition, $1000 cash, or will take j
half cash and well located lot. Phone I
SMALL touring car good condition,
cheap. 565 Seventeenth street. 2985
191S Studebakcr two passenger, six cylin
der roadster. 2169 Van Buron. Phono
FORD ton truck In good condition. Cush
ion and pneumatic tires. Cheap for cash
233C Washington. 2912
SNAP One six cylinder car In excellent '
shape. Very cheap Phono 577. 2SSC I
LIGHT Cadillac truck. 1914. Hudson.
Studebakcr 1917. New Franklins. First
class auto shop. Barlow Brothers, 24CG
Grant avenue. oto
Buick light six roadster,
Bulck 4. fivo passenger.
Overland 85. fivo passenger.
Overland S3, five passenger.
All these ears are guaranteed to be in
flrat class condition. Will sell at a bar
gain. HARBERTSON BROTHERS
2G14 Washington Avenuo
FOR SALE By owner, good family auto
cheap. Phone 1427 237S i
TWELVE or 24 dozen unused bushel fruit
baskets with covers. 52 the dozen, or
trade for fruit. Phone 959 M or call 1073
Twenty-first street. 3072
THREE fresh cowj, Five coming fresh
soon. Will sell or trado for dry cows
Phono 1S54 J. A Lee 2997
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE FOR FORE
CLOSURE OF AGISTER'S LIEN.
To Whom It May Concern:
Whereas on the 14th day of Mav. A D
1920. the following described animal,' to
wlt. a newly born white faced red bull
calf bearing no brands was loft with S.
P Chrlstenacn on his farm In Wilson
I-ane. Utah, for pasturing and feeding by
one John Doe, then the owner of said ani
mal. That said animal la still being pas
tured, fed and cared for by the said S B.
C'hrlstcnscn: That a reasonable sum waa
charged for said pasturing-, feeding and
caro: That there Is now due nnd owing
to tho said S. P. Christcnsen the sum of
$30 00 for pasturing, feeding, and ' care,
charges from tho said 14th day of May to
the date hereof, and that the true name
of the owner or of any person having
any right, title, or Intcrost In and to said
animal is unknown.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given
thai on Monday, June 12, 1020, between
tho hours of 12 m. and 4 o'clock p m at
tho promises known as the S- P. Chrlsten
cn placo situate in Wilson Lane. Wcbcr
County. Utah, Uio said S. P. Chiisicnocn
will cell at public auction tho said animal;
said auction and salo to b made under
nnd by virtue of Sections 3773 and 3771,
Compiled Laws of Utah for 1917. and for
tho purpose of satisfying tho Hen of the
wild S. P. Christcnsen on the. said calf
In tho said sum of $30.00, together with
the reasonable expenses of said sale and
tho cost of keeping said calf from the
date hereof up to tho time of said sale
Any persons having or claiming any
right, title, or Intercut in and to said calf
v111 pleaoo tako notice horeof.
Dated at Ogden City. Utah. June 2S,
S. P. CHRISTENSEN.
Male Help j
YOUNG man stenographer to go to Su J
perlor. Wyo. Apply 52S Ecclcs Bldg, I
EXPERIENCED stenographer: young
man preferred. 521 Ecclcs Bldg, 3012
EXPERIENCED truck driver. Ogden
Packing & Provision Co. Superintend
FIRST class bushelman wanted at Wap
pier's. Twenty-fourth and Hudson. 2930
YOUNG mon at American Linen Co.. 164
Twenty-sixth 'street 2929
YOUNG man to (lo general office, work for
larjre manufacturing concern. Address P.
O. Box 707. 2S51
i WRINGER man and linen checker. U. P.
I FLYiNG In eight weeks. Y. M. C. A.
I Auto Schools. Los Angeles. 2352
I I WAffTED 1
Female Help j
' HOUSEKEEPER for a widower and i
'three children 10S5 Twenty second sircet
.Phone 1369-M I will answer calls on tho
1 24th. 20th. 28th and 30th. 2876
I EXPERIENCED stonographcr for largo
manufacturing concern. Address P. O.
Box 707, giving references and experience.
IGARAGE for rent, 55 r month. 1132 Twcn
I THREE Ohio vacuums in first class con
dition. 51 day. Call J. Barlow, 23S1-J.
OHIO vacumm. SI duy Phone 314S.
' GOOD pasturo for horses, close to Ogdcn.
Smith ft Flinders," Commercial National
bank building. Phone 1147 or 2S6S-W eve
STORAGE room Tor rent. Call Asbesto
lnte Products Co.. Phono 1416-W. 3fl7S
ON MONDAY", small bunch of keys No
tify Box C A. care Standard Examiner.
, Reward. 30S1
i CRANK for Case car, between Five Points
and North Ogden on upper road. Return
to Checsman's. 30S3
BLACK leather- pockctbook containing
about 517 or ?1S. Return to 2620 Wall,
i Reward. 3083
I FOUR year old roan mare with halter,
I lost at Rlverdalc. W. J. Coy. Harrlsvllle.
I Phono 37-J-l 3064
REWARD for the return of dark red Ivor
(Johnson bicycle taken from Lorln Farr
1 park. Sunday. June 20. Phone 325. Chccs-
man Auto Co.
CARTON of glassware between Salt Lake
land Evan6ton. Notify Randolph Poatof-
i LARGE pearl sunburst pin. Return to
1 7041 Ecclcs building. Phone 1105-V. Re-
I ONE pair dark trousers between Ogdcn
and Hermitage. Call R. B, B., phono I.
! PLEASE return Waltham watch and 32nd
idegreo Masonic watch fob with owner's
I full name on bor of fob; left In Pullman
Saturday on early morning train from Po
catello to Ogden. Reward. George W.
Rlenks, 317 Ecclcs building, Ogdcn. Utah
NEW Ovorland wheol and tiro between
Salt Lako and Brlgham. Liberal roward
342 South Eighth West, Salt Lako City.
Phone Was. 4S44-M. 2S7J
LARGE team of black horses, ono has a
large cut on the front of hind leg. Strayea
1 from Lftyton. Notlly Albert Trco at Lay
ton, UUn. or E. T. Rico. 320 Thirty-first,
BICYCLE. Phone 1. 30Sj
52.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 3.13.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwoll Rook and Stationery. 23G2
Washington Ave. Phone 360. 205S
Utah Natltonal Bank, southeast corner
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono 61.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
I F. Strupplck. carpenter and Jobber. 158
Twenty-third. Phone 101S. 2519
K. Van Kampcn for upholstering, cir
petn cleaned, altered ond laid. Romaklng
of mattresses. Phone 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleunlng, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and springs re
strctchfd. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
Fcalhot renovating Phono 25S6-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phono 133. 2253-60 Washington Ave
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co.. leading Japancso res
taurant In Ogdon. 273 24th St.
DRESSMAKING nnd silk shirts mado to
order. Phono 1095-M. G22 Thirtieth St
CHILDREN'S sowing. Phono 1440. 264G
Monroo Ave. 2S10
Tho Now Method Dontlstfl ara special
ists in all branches of Dcntiatry. 24TJ
Washington Avej 220S
Ogden Engraving Sorvlce Co . majors
of flm cuta In ono or mora colors. 415
Twenty-four Ci street. Phono 463.
Geo. D. Bcnnott, corporation and group
Insurance a specialty. Phono 124-W. 1514
Alex. H. Moyes. resident agent New York
LI fa Insurance Co.. 112 Blnford avenuo.
Phone H67 and 1577-W. 2867
JUNK AND HIDES
Wcstorn Hldo & Junk Co., 2323 Wash
ington Av. Phono 8G1.
Ogden 7 unk House, 2059 Washington
Ave. Phono 210
Paper hanging, painting, kalsomlnlng.
paper cleunlng. Reasonable. 3220-R.
Ogden Fixture and Mill Co. Screens,
doors, windows, sash, kitchen cablnot.
storo and offlco fixtures. Roar 145 Twenty-fourth
streot. Phono 919-W. 2095
Wlllard Kay, real estato and loans
2474 Washington Ave. Phono 409. 1874
Garbago and rubbbih hauled, cosspoola
ond toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828. 234S Hudson Avenue. 9733
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and ban repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. Gallacher's. T373 Hud
WALL PAPER CLEANING
KALSOMINING and puper cleaning. Tel.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by tne board of
commissioners of Ogden City. Utah, of the
intention of said board of commissioners
to make tho following described lmprovo
mont, to wlt; To crcato "F' avenuo bo
tween Twenty-fourth street and tho south
city limits of Ogdon City. Utah, as a pav
ing district and to pave tho roadway
therein with Portland cement concrete
pavement twenty feet In width, also to
build nil culverts, Irrigation and drainage
systems, and to construct prlvato water
scrvlco connections from tho main to
the. curb lino at tho expenso of tho Indl
vldual owners opposite tho lots or parte of
lots or houses not now supplied with such
connections, Tho above named work shall
Include the necessary grading therefor
and all other work necessary to complete
tho whole In a proper manner according
to tho plans, specifications nnd profiles on
file In the offlco of tho city engineer, and
to defray tho whole of tho cost and cx
Pnr.c of tho abuttor's portion thereof by
a levy of a special tax to be assessed
upon the lots or pieces of ground within
the following described district, being thj
district to be affected or benefited by
such improvement, namely: "All the land
lying between the outer boundary lines
of said street and a lino drawn fifty feet
back from and parallel to eald outer boun
dary lines on both sides of "F" avenuo
between Twenty-fourth street and the
south city limits of Ogdon City. Utah, be
ing Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive, Block 8, Brook
lyn addition; Lots 1 to 12 inclusive. Block
9. Brooklyn addition; Lots 1 to 12 In
clusive, Block 10, Brooklyn addition: Lote
1 to 5 Inclusive, Block 11 Brooklyn addi
tion: Lots 1 to 3 Inclusive, Block 12,
Brooklyn addition; Lots 1. 2. 31 and 32.
Block 13. Brooklyn addition; Lots 1, 2. 31
and 32, Block 14, Brooklyn addition; Lots
1. 2. 31 and 32, Block 15, Brooklyn addi
tion; and Lot 12. Block 14, West Ogdcn
addition, all in Ogdcn City survey.
Tho cstimatexl cost of each water con
ncction Is 550.00.
The estimated cost as given below does
not include the cost of constructing pri
vate water scrvlco connections, which
coats are to bo astessed against the prop
crty benefited in addition to tho regular
Tho total cost ot said Improvement is
estimated nt $12,080.
All protests or objections to such im
provemcnt or to the carrying out of such
lutentlon must be presented In writing
signed by the owners of abutting properly
describing tho same together with the
number of abutting front feet and be filed
with tho city recorder on or before the
7th day of July. 1920.
Tho board of roinmlnsioncrs at its first
regular meeting thereafter, to-wlt, tho 8th
day of July. 1920, will consider the pro
posed levy and hear nnd consider such
protests and objections to said Improve
ment as shall have been made.
By order of the board ot commlslson
crs of Ogden City. Utah.
Dated Juno 15, 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
First publication June 1G, 1920.
I-ost publication July 5, 1920.
Publlshod In the Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Paving District No. 133.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Office.
Salt Iake City, Utah, Juno 2. 1920.
Notice Is hereby given that O. D, Mc
Kay, of Ogdcn. Utah, has mado applica
tion In accordance with the requirements
of tho Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917. a3
amended by tho Session Iawa of Utah,
'1919. to appropriate twenty-five thousand
i f25.000) acre-feet of water from Ogden
River. Bear River. Box Elder Creek, and
Wlllard. Creek. In Box Elder County. From
Ogden River the water will be diverted at
a point which lies 1500 feet north and
1000 feet cast from the southwest comer
of Sec. 23. T. 6 N., R. 9 W.; from Bear
River. 640 feel south from the N'.l comer
of Sec. 15; from Box Elder Creek, 800 feet
south and 200 Ted west from tho north
west comer of Sec. 14. both In Township
9 North. Range 2 West; from Wlllard
Creek at a point 4620 feet west and 1320
'eet Fouth from tho northeast corner of
Section 22. Township 8 North, Range 2
West. Said water la to be stored from
January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of
each year In a reservoir which will Inun
date parts of Sections 26. 27. 28. 34 and
35. T. 8 N R. 2 W., and ScctlpiiH 2. 3
and 4. T. 7 N.. R. 2 W. The center of tho
Impounding dam will be located at a point
1435 feet north And 660 feet west from tho
southwest comer of eald Section 34. The
water will be released and conveyed by
meann of canals aggregating 150.000 feet
In length and used from April 15 to Octo
ber 15 of each year as a supplementary
aupply to Irrigate 7S.0S0 acres of land cm
braced In tho following sections: 3, 4, 9,
10. 15. 16. 21. 22. 2C. 27. 31 and 35. T. 8 X.,
R. 2 W.. 2. 3. S. 9 to 11. 14 to 17. 20 to 23,
25 to 36. Inclusive. T. 7 N.. R. 2 W.; 29 to
33. Inclusive. T. 7 N., R. 1 W.; 4 to 8.
17 to 22, Inclusive, T. 6 N.. R. 1 W : 1 to
3G. Inclusive. T. 6 N R 2 V.'.; 1 to 36.
Irrclusdve. T. G N.. R. 3 W.; 3 lo 9, 1G to 21,
29 to 31. Inclusive. T. 5 N.. R. 2 W.; 1 to
3. 10 lo 15, 22 to 27, Inclusive, and 3G,
T. 5 N.. R. 3 W.. all Salt Iike Baso and
Meridian. This application Is defllgnalcd
in the State Engineer's offlco as No. 8454.
All protests against the granting of said
application, suiting the reasons therefor,
must bo made by affidavit in duplicate,
accompanied with a fee of 52.50. and filed
in this offlco within thirty (30) days after
the completion of tho publication of this
G. F. McGONAGLE.
Date of first publication Jane 7, 1920.
Date of completion of publication July
J NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Office,
Salt Lake City. Utah. Juno 2, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that D. D. Mc
Kay, of Ogden. Utah, has made applica
tion In nccordanco with the requirements
of the Compiled Laws of Utah. 1917, as
aim "ded by tho Session Laws of Utah.
1919. to appropriate two hundred (200)
second-feet of water from tho South Fork
of Ogden River. In Weber County. Said
water Is lo be diverted by means of a con
croto dam at a point which lies 2310 feet
south and 400 feet west from the north
oast corner of Section 12, Township G
North. Range 2 East. Salt Lake Base and
Meridian, and conveyed thorofrom In
plpo line for a distance of 44,000 foot nnd
there used from January 1 to Decombor
31. inclusive, of each year for generating
power to be used for olcctrlc lighting,
pumping Irrigation water, and propelling
machinery at sundry places In Weber, Box
Elder nnd Davis Counties, Utah. After
being so used tho wntor Is to bo returned
at a point 1320 feet oast nnd SG0 feet
south from the northwest corner of Sec
tion H. Township G North. Range 1 East.
The applicant Intends to devolop ns much
power all through tho year by means of
this application as tho water flowing" in
said rivor will allow without Interfering
with existing rights. This application Is
designated In the Stato Engineer's offlco
as No. 8510
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo made by affidavit in duplicate,
accompanied with a freo of 52,50. and filed
in this office within thirty (30) days after
the completion of the publication of this
G. F. McGONAGLE,
Dato ot first publication. Juno 7, 1920.
Date of completion of publication, July
United States Land Office. Salt Lako
City. Utah. May IS, 1920. To Whom It
May Concern: Notice is hereby given that
tho Stato of Utah has filed in UiIb offlco
lists of land, selected by the said State
under section G of tho Act of Congress,
approved July 16. 1S9 1, as Indemnity
School lands, viz: Serial No. 02604G. SWli
NB'i. SWU NW, SWU SWU. Sec. 4.
Township 7 North. Range 2 East, Salt
Lako Meridian. Copies of said lists so far
as they rolntc to said tructs by descriptive
cubdlvlslons have been conspicuously post
ed In this office for Inspection by any per
son Interested and by the public general
ly. During tho period of publication of this
notice, or any tlmo thereafter, and before
final approval and certification, under de
partmental regulations of April 25. 1907.
protests or contests against tho clnlm of
tho Stato to any of tho tracts or sub
dlvlslonn hereinbefore, described on tho
ground that the sanio is more valuable
tor mineral than for agricultural purposes,
will be received and noted for report to
tho Goneral Land Office at Washington,
D. C. Failure so to protest or contost.
within the time specified, will bo consid
ered sufficient ovidenco of non-mlncral
character of the tracts and Uio selections
thereof, being otherwise free from objec
tion, will bo approved by tho State.
GOULD B. BLAKELY,
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF HOOPER SUGAR
Notlco Is hereby given, that pursuant
to a resolution of tho board of directors,
a special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hoopor Sugar Company will bo held
nl the offlco of the company. In tho Ma
sonic Temple building, in tho City of Og
dcn. County ot Weber and State of Utah,
on Monday, tho 12th dny of July, A D.
Hi20, at the hour of 4 o'clock p, in., for
tho purposo of considering and acting
upon and confirming or rejecting tho ac
tion of tho board of directors of tho com
pany In having heretofore sold to Ernost
R. Woolley tho plant nnd all of the prop
erties, rights, and choses In action, of ev
ery kind and description, for an ngroed
amount of tho capital stock of the Inter
state Sugar Company, a Utah corpora
tion, and for tho transaction of ouch other
business ns may properly come before
tho meeting, or an adjournment thereof.
Dated; Juno 25, 1920.
JAMES H. RILEY, Secretary.
Dato of first publication, Juno 26. 1920.
Duto of laot publication. July 10. 1920.
Tho Nile deposits sediment on tno
land which It overflows at tho rate ot
four Inches a century.
Jack Peck Meets With Freak
Accident on Twenty-sixth
He lit a cigarette, or rather, at
tempted to light a cigarette, and
broke hta Ford. This explanation,
offered by eye witnesses describes
one of the most freakish accidents
that has occurred in Ogden for some
Jack Peck or 3527 Harrison ave-
nnn win rli-li-lnf md! (in Tttun t v.nivth
street last night at 8 o'clock. The
gas was shut off almost completely
and the car was making le3B than
10 miles an hour. Peck is said to
have releaBod the steering wheel
for perhaps a few seconds, while ap
plying a light to his cigarette.
During tho second or two, tho
front wheels of tho automobile
sworved from a straight line and tho
car crashed into a telephone polo.
Jarring It out of plumb at least an
The front ond of the machine was
crumpled and the glass from the
wind shield scattered over the driver.
He was cut on the nose and on the
Members of Salt Lake, Park
City and Eureka K. C. Coun
cils Here Sunday
The third degree was conferred up
on 25 Knights of Columbus candidates
by the ugaen council yesteruay unuer
the direction of Incoming stato deputy,
M. J. O'Connor of Ogdcn.
Second and third degrees were also
conferred on Salt Lake candidates by
State Deputy R. C. Trainor and staff j
of the Salt Lake council. '
Attending the ceremonies wcro!
mombers of the Ogden council and
about fifty from Salt Lake and Park
City and Eureka councils.
A buffet luncheon was served. Short
addresses were ma'Ve by J. A. Moriar
ty. D. T. Cullen, C. H. Rico, Father
Lagan, Father Kennedy and Mr. O'
Connor, who announced tho state out
ing of the Knights would be held at
Lagoon, July 13.
A telegram from Mgr. P. M. Cunh
nahan, who has reached Cincinnati
on his way to Ireland, waa read.
Dan E. Sullivan, grand knight of tho
local council, presided.
List of Ogden candidates:
T. Burbldge, D. T Cullen, E. J. Con
noly. L. L, Clause, Ray R. Dean. Edw.
J Duggan. T S Feony. Jr. L Fisher.
L, V. Glbbs. W. P. Immcll, J. A. Mor
iarty, J. C. Murphy, Fred R. Murphy.
Fred W. Mueller, F. J. DcMoore, IT.
T. O'Connor, W. B. Qulnn. Frank
Rhelnhart. C II. Rice, T. J. Sweeny.
D. D. Ryan. T. C. Hanley, M. J. Fa
gan, Terrence Kenny, R. L. Moxham.
Old Folks Day to
Be Held Tomorrow
The annual observance of Old
Folks Day will be hold at Lorin Fan
park tomorrow and the persons of
the city who are over 70 years old,
regardless of creod or color, will be
guests ot honor at tho evenL The
majority of the old folks will be ac
corded transportation accommoda
tions on tho street car, while those
unablo to reach the park in the
street cars will bo conveyed to the"
park in automobiles. A program has
boen prepared for tho afternoon.
Ogden Women Will
Make Trip to Alaska
Mrs. H. H. Spencer and Miss Kath
erino Higgepbotham left yesterday
afternoon for a three weeks' auto
mobile trip, which will include a ten
day stay in Alaska. From Ogden
the women will motor to Seattlo
where the automobilo will bo stored
and the Bteamer taken for Alaska.
Thoy will return to Ogden through
Canada, tho Glacier National park
and Yellowstone park.
TWO KILLED, ANOTHER
HURT IN EXPLOSION
POTTSTOWN. Pa., Juno 2S. Wil
liam C. Walsh. 13 yoars old, president
and general manager of tho Vulcwold
Tiro and Rubber company, and James
A. Maney, -12, general superintendent,
wcro killed early today by the explos
ion of a dryer. Frank Walsh, the
president's brother, lost an arm and
suffered other Injuries which may
Funics had been troubling workmen
and the threo mon went to the fac
tory ahead of tho day forco to work
on machinery dcslgnod to romovo tho
fumes. When the door of an over
heated dryer was opened flames shot
forth and Ignited gases.
OFFICIAL IS DEAD
CHICAGO. Juno 2S. Philip Sidney
Post, vico president of the Interna
tional Harvester company, dlod Sun
day at his homo in Winnotka, Ills.,
aftor a brief Illness. Ho was born
in Vienna in 18G9 whilo hla father
was serving as American consul Kcn
cral to that city. After working ns a
nowspaper correspondent in Washing
ton. Judge Post began tho pnetico of
law In Qalesburg, Ills., In 1835. He
tok a promiont part In framing tho
company's industrial relations plan.
TWO THOUSAND DIE
WHEN BOAT IS SUNK
LONDON, Jun 2S, Two thoueand
British and Auutrlan, Gorman and
Finnish prisoners of war wero drqwn
ed when a Bolshcvlki steamer was
sunk recently In the Nova river, ac
cording to a Holslngfors dispatch to
the Central News.
Miss Lucile Craig Becomes
Bride of Pasadena Mil- ftl
lionaire's Son Il
Advices of the marriage of Miss Lu- k
die (Lou) Craig, daughter of William IpH
Craig, Ogden canncr, and Hulett Clin If'H
ton Mcrrilt, Jr., of Pasadena, in St. Cc- EjH
cclia's chapel at Mission Inn, River 6 H
side, roached Ogden yesterday. H
Mrs. Merritt was formerly the wife K
of Oage Rodman of Ogden, president 1 H
of the Utah Canners' association. They l; 1
An account of the marriage con r J
tained in the Los Angeles Times fol ij H
"Hulett Clinton Merritt, Jr., of Pasa i B
dena and Tulare county, and Miss Lu- IK IH
clle Craig of Roy, Utah, honorary pre3 Ei jH
ident of the Utah State Canners' asso- l H
elation, were married yesterday morn- JiH
lng in St. Cecelia's chapel at the Ml3- 'i
sion Inn, Riverside. The ceremony ji'lH
was performed at II o'clock Jn tbc ,t jH
presence of the immediate families b' j IH
Rer. Laughton of the Congregational IH
church there. H
"The bride, who is' a daughter 0f l H
William Craig of Roy, Utah, is one of 5 jH
the foremost young business women )D , H
the country. She controls and opcr ; H
atcs five of the largest fruit and voge- IH
table canneries of Utah and Montana., H
She is alEO a graduate of a fashionable , jH
girls' boarding school at Washington. , IH
D. C. One of hor closest friends and , H
business associates is Joseph La mon, ; H
who controls the Swift interests and ' H
all the Libby plants in the United ! ,
States. . JH
"Mr. Merritt is the only son of Mr. it IH
and Mrs. Hulett Clinton Merritt. Sr., j
of Pasadena. The family is one of the , IH
wealthiest in the state. The son oper- IH
ates tho Tagus ranch for his father. j IH
"Immediately following tho cere- lH
mony, Rosaline Evangeline Haupt, A- !
month old daughter of Mr. and Mr?.
Edward Paul Haupt, the latter former-
ly Rosaline Merritt, was baptized at fH
by Dr. Heywood of the Riverside Mcth. Il
odist church. kl
"Afterward the wedding party mo-VJH
tored to Pasadena, where an elaborate H
dinner was served at the home of .Mr. H
and Mrs. H. C. Merritt, Sr., on Terrace
Drive. The bridal couplo left latbr H
for a two-week motor trip through tho H
state. They will reside at the Tagus
"The bride, however, does not expect jH
to relinquish her business affairs, but lM
through her well-organized system H
plans to continue lo control and oper- H
ate the five big canneries. H
"Mr. Merritt and Mrs. Sallie Polk
Merritt were divorced more than a H
year ago and Inst summer she an- H
nounced her engagement to Clifford H
Gates ot Pasadena, divorced husband
of Pauline Bennett Gates. The latter jH
vtas a close friend of Mrs. Sallie Polk llH
Merritt and of Mrs. Haupt, young Mr. UjH
Merritt's sister. Mrs. Sallie Polk Mer-
ritt is said lo be In the east," lll
Large Throng Hears H
Ladies' Band Concert H
Fully four thousand persons made
up the audience that listened to the
concert given by the Ladles' band of
Ogden at Lorln Farr .park yesterday
afternoon, with E. W. Nichols as di-
Tho feature of the aftornoon per-
formance was a trombone solo L
"Asleep In the Deep," by Mrs. Jack lH
Congressmen to Look fl
Over Idaho Projects fl
After completing arrangements Jn
Ogden for the entertainment of the--,
congressional committeo on appro- iH
prlatlons which will visit the state ('H
July 18, Frank Brown, private sec
retary to Governor W. D. Davis of
Idaho, returned to Pocatcllo yoster- jH
dap. While In Idaho, tho commit- 'H
tec will inspect the Boise and Mini-
doka reclamation sites. They prob-
ably will be in Ogden again next IH
COMMITTEE OF 48 H
WILL MEET JULY 10
have 250 delegates to tho convention
of the committee of -IS which opens
lu Chicago. July 10, it tentatively was
decided today at a mooting of Cook
county members of tho organization.
Tho ntato will bo limited to 58 votes,
- however. H
t It was announced that a question- IB
1 nalro had boen sent to 2,200 men who,7 jM
J served as progressive precinct com- VH
. mittccmon In Illinois In 1912 asking Jl
- If they wero In favor of a new party. ' H
5 Fifty-five' per cent of the S00 who re- rjH
I plied answered affirmatively, tho an- ) ;H
, nouncomenl said. 1 IH
MINISTER OF POLAND S
SEES LONG FRIENDSHIP H
MILWAUKEE, June 2S. Polish
and American brotherhoods will prove IH
enduring, because both nations are
founded on the same prlnclploM of lib
crty. It was declared by Prince Casl
mer Lubomlrski, Polish minister to
tho United States, who addressed a
gathering of more than 15,000 Mil
Conditions In Poland are Improv
lng, he said, and predicted that under "
the new cabinet formed by Premier
Grabskl, which he characterized as a ll
cablnot of experts, tho country could
look forward to an era. of progress In
CONSUL GENERAL OF
POLAND IS HOPEFUL
CHICAGO, Juno 2S Judgo SlgLn
mund Nowicki of Warsaw, recently
consul general for Poland In fifteen IH
Misslslppt valley states, arrived ap
pointed In Chicago to establish head-
quarters. Judge Nowicki was wel- IH
corned by a group of prominent Chi- IH
cagoans of Polish descent. In answer- IH
lng their greetings, ho sail:
"I believe Poland has succeeded in
averting tho danger of absorption of
soviet Russia." IH