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I i FOR SALE 1
: Four room modern gungelOW, on bench.
P. 'hfap for rash.
Four -room modern stucco. Inrcc sleep-
tj Hfl ms" porch good basement, good lot. S000,
Hf easy terms.
M Two ' mom modem home, close in st
- .". bargain
; JM SMTTTT M JNIiHKS CO
'W '""Ity Department Pit One IH,
1 Mr S. Hinder" 8401 .
Jk $5000 Bins new modorn .") room brick ill-
'I aete ;,.. hicks from Reed Hotel.
X'TM I Half cash , ,
I $5500 livs beautiful 6-room modem hrlck.
4Ji 1 with full sleeping iorch douhh C"
:iP 1 rag lota Of sh:de and lawn: lot
Sf ! axl 68
lh Ji $1700 Buy? practically new 1 room mod
fPafJ rn house. Mln.it.- .-n 1" neli
my' " PROERER ft FOv LBS
fi p.e&i Estate, Loam Innancc
zH"' .'409 Hudson Ave. Phone 9H
I. THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CP
, 41C Twenty fourth St. PhOnCS ISO, 81
,1 tllfiO Brand new s room modern, ement
hp.sement Lot 5015o feet nnd
I water right for ItTlgstlng BSSJ
issso Buya hrle'.; bungalow of -i room.
' inrg.- aleeplng !'r. h. full l,ftpf m' "1'
I ...mac. heal rtr- h
f in A-l condition Haa laUt'rtuJ
f mwn and garden Closs In on ihe
LAIR bench with south front. I
J5&00 Vc havo two ii. w hrlek buncnlow
to be finished soon; the- homes
will be strictly modern rnu nau
J lod oak floora throughout except
'I klti hen W e feci aura thai w hen
mM they rc -old th re win ba no mora
VhW on the market to rpare with
them al th price, for a lone time
1W to come. L1 us BMOW yOU.
THE GUAR INT MOR2?AO?9?r. 111
416 Twepty fourth St. Phor.c U0a
(0 Mcrei A I land Al tremonton level
excellent writer right, good 7-rOOm HoUM .
m pood condition, rood bam and
buildings; Improvement worth '", l',nmr
PHI aakid for thaj place. This to a flood J
S and the,prlce is very low, i"' '".!". v 1 C '
IHI thla aeaVon if taken el once,
Mfc 2" nerea at Roy rood .-oil. 0o, hpUM (
and oth. r Improvement. Price Without
, ropx M with cropi tymv, .
li . at Mai id rwl fai from town. .
Wi excellent soil crop, in good condition, ;
H? ter right hor.ee. hnrners. wairon.ng
-hlnory and implements. ." J
pin,-- mail home nnd nth.- r ,
,,,,-nis win exchonge for propertj in or
WLvfl near oeden aa part payment -,,.,,
Jffl Alwaya ae ua for tdnnaur ffifclaltj
P SMITH AND i l l W 1 - , ,
Over commercial National BanUMfi
jfVj own - ,i.ou, to leave city Pa! n fmr 5 ' P
Wfi n, , V,;:. T.-r.tlonrlh si j'.u"-""
FORTY acroa land in ajfalfa .-.i bargain
will tpk" m exchangdj modern bungalow!
p Ogfi, ,1 1 'li'"" 1 - j , IS
Jin' OWN'KR lour room ' ,
wOth a.eepin.- Pord, COal I nd fruit e
lur cheap with terms. onj -----
Phone 2 4i:
ROOMING housei nine roouia. nlei
nlahed. for Bale" tthi Twenty-flf.-i . I
! OWNER leaving eltj Will aell ch
eaiy terma new 7 room house near ' .
SESj t 1-2 acres orchard and garden
i Nvlth crop, also chickens and I none
2B9C W Si2
California hoirca apd rarma ; ,
city nnd country. All alaea '1fl(
tTS'non Ideal climate, acll and water.
liH lrgc list and pictures free Calmln Co..
621 Vnn Nys Bldg., Loa Angeles. I, ..
by OWNER Five-room modern brl
home, eae temis. Leaving city. 1133 )ok
Bt . ,
THRBE-acre chicken raxm. Phoi
APARTMENT house cloao on Wa h
ington avenue: haa nine two and throe
room Rpartmenta Fuplahed Inco
tMJE a month Prlc $U 50m. Half cash.
Mlpht consider pare exchange Box l.v
H Standard-Exanuer U'
aH LIGHT room home, Bleeping PO"chea
I t Phone ;:70. . -J
F THRI'K room cottar.', two lotr 31J1 1 n
ion avenue, cheap. Terms or cash 1 none
f : 16SQ-J ; Li2
13 ACRES crops, Implements, horset on
atate highway. H mile north '"leorfleld
Phono n Hi , -''
BY OWNER C',000 sixteen room apnrt
ment hous,:. furnished sleeping porchea
f BRa rangeH hn..,l location In town. '514m
a month income. Good terms Phon. 102
LARGF. building lots n.-w il.lin.in To
Eighth street. Coed eoi!. dr.iinnco and lo
iWLll, - atlon 6'1P Seventh. Phone 2135-M.
BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
WE have lnrgo list of IrrlKCted farms
for sale or tr.de. Writ, or see WONES 1
GRISWOLD IN'V. CO . Burlcy. Idaho
v L. POKTI.K R.al E.Mtat.- and lm9
237C WaBhlnjrton avenue Phono 187G, 1
ti OW. ER Corner lot 116x1 1 8 f t
Tv.cnt"-necond and Keevcc av. nu
ER Phone KQ7J TTji
r FORWENT j
UNFURNISHED apartments, ov. r West-1
on Bros.' store. 1'TSl Will Av Phone
-CI fj R. 336t I
FOR RENT- 2 or " :...-... u. r."
Twentj second St
g NEW 7-room homo. 1 1-2 acre3 oit:haid 1
. I and parden. Want lease. i51 Canyon
,1 Road, bloci: north of pink ::r:;
' ! two rooms, gas M Thirty-first streel
4 ROOMS modem housekeeping, close In
Kelly A.- lirrrl'k. 1032
MONEY TO LOAN j
TO salaried people without &ocdrlty, to
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
1'27 Hudson Bldg Phone CS4 213
MONEY to loan on improved cai eata'--l
i Kelh & Herrhlt. 7TJ
E.VDY from 15 to 40 years as houwiVep-
ar, Must irlve trood reference. Py widow
er; no children Man-larr1 included If suit
i Is good. Home for th ili;ht iort ,
i man or Swedish preferred rite for p;ir
I tUulars L' Knapr.. ld.iho Falls. Idaho.
jl , Eagle Rock gchojlhgusg. .3337
IWERVBOl'V suffeilnp with pll, s, fistula
ulceration, bleodlni? or Itching piles, Write
'or free trial painless pllo cure. R. E
Hi J ' ' Tarney, s.m Jose. CaL 707
I DRESSMAKING f
I DRESSMAKING, HEMSTITCHING AND.
I PICOT EDGE
Tho Lighthouse, L'4o2 Washington Ave
! opposite ihe Pinff. ee bank I 'lion
J 1'tompt B4 rvlci
II Hem.s'lltchiriK. plcot edre. ti 1 1 1 riH. le.-j,
I InK and pleating Second floor W H 1
'rlKht ."l- Sorif. Mrs Ii Layman. 11C3
H9 Ij WOMAN to take care of two ear. old ho
Bi H "t her home. Box (J. S,, Car.; Standard '
I'XPl.RlEXi Eli w-nltr-r 1M T'.M-nt fifth '
't 'Mf. ' f,- Phone S-N.W 841j
. ;OOL Kirl at Busy M. , St,.nd Tw . mi . '
Iflll Ht .inil i;mnt Av- 181 J
WAITRESS 170 Twent: flu), st Travel-
JKlll ' J '. 3:164 1
WANTF.H iad to take .-are ,,( Bycai I
Old irirl In your home. Call Crruil Hotel 1
1 B 100m 31 333 J
GIRL tor ireneral housework 2.337 Tvl. r
! r. Phone 2748. 33.31
I . i' 1; - ; ,t '
H 1 Apply in person. Highest wagi . paid.
AlH'leiil W:il 1 liariolH of tile (JreeS,
IiH Romans. Egyptian, Asxyrluns uml
j '. m other nations were absolutely without
FOR RENT j
f.ARfiE cool loom for rent aoa Tw-nh
fourth St 33fl
'NEW house, furnished or unfurnished. In
t quire 370 Thirtli th st. 8892
I VERY nice flirnlshed apnrtment, 4 rooms
sleeping porch, hath 8786 I ;r,mt .
I MODERN housekeeping apartrrtent-. no
children, Pia;:a Apartments 2"'v' W 1 h
rURNIBHED houaekceplng apartments;
I reasonable rent 2c..1- Washington Ave.
TVO nicely furnished rooms ficlrip: Eos
ter Park suitable for one or two tr ntle
men j 56 Madison A e. 1419
TWO-ROOM furnished apartment foi two
Stllw. II M -.inL-nl- li 7 r : i n n 1 Ave 3..TH
H EE PI V ) n..- i "nil 2 13 Tw.-n
Ij sixth 81 3'ii
ESPEi I l EV desiiiiMe root room nt 506
Tv . n; n third St 33r.
MODERN room for ff.-ntlemun ; clo;." in
$3 50 per w'eek ; references 2341 Adams!
FURNISHED ileeplng room for gentle-
I I . n 121 T ..-, n' i I ' h ' 3378 ,
COOL room modMii home, close In. 315;
Twentj -gj venth Bl
S'IN.'I I. or ,l,.iible rooms for sleeplnff or i
housekeeping 246S '. -h Ington Ave. 3'ir.l
Tl 1 1 '.EE l'i ' 'M mod. rn ;c r.;i rl men t S. Pho.
lis. or call )- 1638 Qulncy Aye. ...8373
F5LEOANTLY furnished room r, r, fi Twen
I) .fourl ,i st 834 1
j FI'RNIHEI ' room for rent 76" Twenty
fourth 51 8336
i 3 I'.KiM modern eonrtment: no children.
3fi:, T-vnt l Ighth SI i '" j
2 F K'il fnn.P hed innrtmi-nt:
Inn -..o-'i 53S Twenty fourth St, 3884
3 ROOMS furnltUr for sale eheai hous
I for rent, fnejuire 2515 Lincoln Aye. 3.33"
TWO rooms for housekeeping no rl II
.'r.'ii PI. our 1636 .3330
. i"-. E tiinii.'hed -rdt-ifre and one apart
in-n : ;i 27th M 8808
;E."T- ;.!ii': i h .Mid room
t ROOMS neatb furnished alcerlng
porrh, no small children 2032 GrBnierey
y -. 8288
I'ESM RI.r hon . .i l'.ik Apnrtments
8583 Granl .
T". ') room riparl in. nt ; pn. 636 Th.rt
first si reel 322:
I t I xisi n:i i 1 1 m. nts 2054 Wa o.nu
inn nv, nue. nfn
p. HTM EN T and i oom 2vTI Lincoln :
ROOM 530 Twenl ; third si re; I 80l
.'i RNISHEO 01 unfurnli hed apartmt nti
for r. nt -3 w.i shlngton 8110
VERY desirable room I reasonabli i itei
two minutes from postOffice dues Ho-j
tel 2116 Grant avenue.- 3067 i
ROOM T . .-nt i li 1 1 .1
THREE room furiiirhcl house 164 Twe-i
ty-second streol 2s 1 7
modern hungaiow Becker"! Bride
Cwjjyon. Phone 808 270
j NICE larre modoiTi rooml breakfast n
deslied ileferencc required. 2631) Jeffer
I son 2502
j X FOR SALfe Autos j
MITCHELL six to trnde for motorcycle
w th sld car 8162 M I35S
i 'i s ' I'-Jtv owner f'.ood fnmll' unto
chi p Phone 1427 1
seven PASSENGER i ndtllac toi rimi
.ir in rxeollent condition, cheap. S13
T- .- nt j fifth I I 3360
." -PASSE?-.' M-.'R Oeilond csr 1 ron.li
;tion. role cheap owner leaving town, nox
20. Wllron lrnn- 8868
1 wE s.W-E Or..- J n 2 0 Mollne tractor
with plowa practically now, at a dis
count 200 Wa.'.hlncrton Ave Opden.
Pho-i.- 340 3 2. ".7
A 1 FIVE- P A : -S I" N ' , I R l ord : r and
.sewinr; m". h'ne, , heap I'hone 2f'15 M
FORI") ton truck In trood condition. Cush
ion and pneumatic tlr?s. Cheap for cash.
. ' n asiill.lTtoii 2312
I .OUT CI": i. li I:. l'.'l '. Hudson
Studcbaker 1917. New Frnnkllns. First
tlas auto shop. Barlow Brother. 2166
; Grant avenue. ?If
- WANTED j
j MacJD j
I WANTED Man for established tea and
leoffe rout.- in Ogdon; grocetTV. laundry or
milk wagon experlenc.- pre'ferred. pruaran
I teed salar of $25 per week and commis
sion. Live wire salesman can make 50
a week. Splendid chance for adnncr-menl
Apply J. J Gre;n, care Crescent Hotel,
Ofrden, or Jewel Ten Co. 41 I' O Place,
s..u i . -it 8890
W ntTT : -..hit. ii. n t . i.i
In Ogden l t" ; 50 cents pei hour. 8-hour
day Cull Room 412 Ecclea Bulldlnt'. 8 a m
Mondaj . Julj 12 33S7
RELIABLE boy to water lawna 26.12
W i.-hinKion A- . t 1
10 MEN to put up hnv. t'ood wnt'es j nl
hoard Ph.-.ru- 202. 3.370
KEVIN', in ,-K-ht w ..!: Y M. C, A
Auto School ixis Angelea 8818
I'EEi I-.' t H' ilc Hot, I 818J
EXPERIENCED Bti nogi apher i oung
man preferred ',21 E.cl.v Hide 3n12
Kl?;i:R nu.n .trid hn-n the. k. r. 1 ' P
I r Hl WANTED 1
I Male and frnaie
LAN or woman to lake csre of aged nMn. 1
Phone 84. or l'-16"J Grant Ave. 3401 I
C MST " '1'
PLATINUM bar pin June 30. Phone:
8481 R Reward jjj
A BROW1I cOHt between C,-, n nnd I : r I p
ham on county road. Phone 182C-J. Re-
ward 3 176
EASTMAN LA Kodak in canyon ''-.ll r67 I
Bl NCH ..I keya Return to 8011 Jeffei
son Av. Hew aid T32I'
;OLE) Wjial Watch nt lag-oon rc-ort,:
Pnono 466 Reward offered 334S
j Board and Room
BOARD and rooms, large unfurnished
room for rent, 21 IS Jefferson Ave. Phonj
i 529 M 8357
PULLETS anrl hens, all nges. phone E'43
Western Grain & Feed Co, 2364 Wash
mton v 3386
' : " 'I iii.-dium s'7.-d s;if. I' lllro.i,) p,,tt
ers and Walters' Club. ISI Twenty fifth
Si Phone 1805. ?'J20
1 1 I',.,- nth old E' th,.' n .iilh ts
Phone 3310-R, 3308
W1C lit-' V rill cm . 1 1 hurdle cm ot . ii.Jl
tlon Auto Salvato . j . 2 MS Grant Ave.
SECOND hand poods lour;ht nnd told T
C. lverson, 1040 WnshmRlon. Phone 40.
WE tuk'- your old range aa flrjt payment
on any new rank-o. or will buv your old
ranpe outi u?ht Horna Furniture Co. 467J
MAN and wife wish position on farm
Man mi around ranch hand; especial!) .x
p need In handling stork Box 6. car a
Bl indard-Examiner, 3'jon
TYPIST wanta position Phone I819-W
I '( ISITP N l: .. I.. i:. In.-:, w..m;,n who I .
anxious to locate in Ogden, Can ;ivo hem
of references, Address New York, care
Standard Examiner wn
l FOR SALE
HALF horsepower Century motor 110.
22m volts; 30 lb refrlsrerator. Call 11. 1 2.
. ' 331"!'.
1 CLARK Jewel "as range Phone is'i7J,
VPE)LEON cherries for sale 737
TW( lull st. 3307
WHITE as range, laundry rnnrr. . baby
buggj and sulk)-, ga7.3 Lln.o'n Av ''.17
ROLL ton o.'flee dCSk .-henp PhOri, .",221 J.
E if! S A EI . - H-.hv luiccy m very pood
condition Phone 8467-w 1198
2n" "I'd N; I..., dim. wen welch led !!.;.
'T l'l.,.ii.- I "6 1, .1, A le,- :t:i 7 7
ONE-HALF Interest In established bus!
Iness, no experience necessary, $300 re
, quired Addresr Box 606. Ogden. I tali.
': I an
i i: ror.ri uncalled fro suits two pairs
I of pants with or-n sTilt cheap Scotch
I Woolen Mill.- 8309 WAshtjuyton Aye. 3371
2 HOI 8' find 3 men's bicycles In A 1 eon
dition ehe.-ir1' also .-.xpert blcycla repair
'vork. :. : 1 1 Cbllds A, 3 3 ".2
ILMOBT i,.-w bicycle, also, a cream sepa
, rator dill 117: 1 8858
1 SED Very little, two n Oliver plo
two section harrowa, on.- hand cultivator
two .-Ota woik haiTiess 137 Twenty fifth
Bt 885 .
1 . l; . , I , loi Call .-.ft. r I p m. 17.3
Poplar v ) 19
NECESSARY uli- : f,.r nh- oil stoe,
harneas, tllgs, collars, transoms Phone
I.'.'.. 1 33 2.'.
I GOOD milch coWa 2 " 2 G H.irrlson Ave
Phone 1997 M 83S4
1 I I E R I ! I E c - n l'.'l" 1 .d i f on n:. )
I them. Phone 8-R-l. H B. Child. Rlverdale,
' i-repe i-: ctnvi" dreal unaii slssa
, . enl j IrstSj 3321
1 ! : 1' :r"iid piano $700. nd K"s rang.
52'' ll"2 Tw.-nti BlXth St Phone 2767.1.
a 1 1"
CHARTER :,i; rangi cheap 944 Twi
Kerond St, - 333
EEAi'K Windsor 1 h.-rries; red and black
raspberries 12 10 Elbert)- Ave. Phon--8149
siii.iii oak combination library table nm'.
typewriting desk CIS Sll Twentj fourth
PIANO refrigerator and vacuiuh cleaner
160 Tweni nmth ' phon- r,m 33 1
NAPOl EON " 'HERRI ICS.
CALL at the orchard between 5 and s.
p m . opposite- Ixrln Farr park. Cnhvon
i:,-.d M i-Hn ' ' 3301
YICTR'H 1 Hid r.ewinc ma. hlne Inriilre
J.i.M . :, h '- I'll. rn. I 1 '.6 33"
ii 11 cOuntei nvCycte emokestack
camera, tripod, surveyor's tape p .333
LEAVING cits Mj 1800 mahogany playei
iI-Kino neap lor rasn .-.is.' uuuavuviu i
tlclea ' 1 . I Tim nt loin th 31 3 21 1
II" oil w i.'h 1o dispose of your fnrni
ture, stoves, etc, call us up Highest
I pri e: cunr.inteefl Phone 2464 The Fnrnl
, tine lA-hiinxe 2:.': Twent fifth St. 32P.S
v VTER motoi washing macnlnc small
cook stove, refrigerator, hed. fruit Jar!
and other furniture, suitable for cunvon
Phon- 237.' '
1 1 p.st da 1 i mk' and furniture, !all
g p. tn ."'3 3 W .Khlncton m 326.3
HORSE Wagons. Harnesses. 0S7 Twelfth
1 1 . . 1 1 'hon 2"'6 8246
wild icll or rent at bargain, nickel
I slot electric pinno Panteme, Twenty
I'.h.th and HUdBOn 31 7.3
1 fCCALLED for suits A few of those
cx.'ellent Dundee tailored suits, various
ill . one frock selling at cost Dundee
oolen Mills, Hudson ; run 316?
. i 1 ' I II '- I '.v7 Tu . I f th sir. el Phom
CANARY birds. 222n Eim oln avenue
l lN')S and e.tli. ." musical Instrumer. I .
Terms without Interest. Pnntone, 2S74
UNCALLED for fuUs tailor made; hl
I reduction Gordon's. 211-25 Twenty-flf'h 1
st Phone in i7
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Duv your paint at Stowo's and save I
pion-v 1&00 ashlncton avenue Phono 1
, .'.vr-.l 1318 :
r "'r' " WANTED H
: i'iR i E i(i. ' Mnlsh-d house Box 66.',
. 11 0 Stands rd Er.mm. 1 "i d
8 'i; 3 room unfurnished house Coll
?irs Knowles. Phon.- 4S6 from 8 a. m to
! m C.
3 RDOMS or three or four room house
, furnished or unfurnished, with yard ad
Joining. Mrs James C. Hale 10 South
Fourth West, Brlghsm 3413
COl PEE wants 2 unfurn. rooms: also
place to keep team Box 20. care Stand
ord E imlner 3313
500 PER CENT per annum In a aafo bus!
jneas enterprise Write Eox 9S1. Burkhur-1
nett. Texas. .327S
5 fofTrent j
FOR RENT A enrage 1103 Twenty
fourth Bl 1 1 1
I ' 'P ih- --..-on a ten frame In can-'
on Phon. L'.'-T'i 32S7 .
THREE Ohio va.-uuiiis In first clas eon j
dltlori $1 da Call J Barlow, 2384-J.
'.'1 1 1 1 ) vatui.i ... pi- : :; ip
HTOKA' IE loom ror rent. Call Ashesto- I
lotr- Produets Co Phono 1416-W 3673 1
In the District Court of the Second Judl
la District, lr and for the County of
Welter, State of Etah
Douglas Hooper. Plaintiff vs. Francis T.
Romrr-n pnd his wife, fane Doe I.om
r. II w hose other and true name Is un
Known, and the unknown heirs at law
devisees and legatees of Frances T.
Romrell and Jane Doe Romroll his wife,
whoso other end truo name In unknown;
Peter Nlelson nnd his wife. .June 1 ioe
Nlel8on. whose other and true name Is
unknown nnd the unknown helra nt
law, dovlaeea and legatees of Pctor Kiel
ron unrl his Wife Jane Do- Nlelson,
whose other and true name is unknown;
John Stniurer and hla wife Jnno Doe
St.ntrer. whoOS other nnd true name la
unknown, nnd tho unknown h.-lrn nt
law devire-s (1nd leratees of John Sinn
ger and Jane Doe Stangcr. his wife
whose other and tme name Is unknown
John Hooper and his wife. Jane Doe
Hooper, whose other nnd true num. Is
unknown, nnd the unknown h-lr.' at
law, devisees and legatOOS of .lohn
Hooper nn.l Jim, DOS Hooper, his wife,
who:., other und true nnme Is unknown;
John W Hooper and his wife. Elizabeth
A Hooper, nnd the unknown heiri; at
Imw, devisees nnd leprnteos of John W.
I i oof., -1 and Ellziiheth A, Hooper, his
wife; Finnk Hooper nnd Ihh wife Mar
garet Anno Hooper, nnd the unknown
hi Irs ut law devisees nnd icntec of
Frank Hooper nnd his wife, Margaret
Ann. Hooper, nnd all the creditors Ol
Fran. b T Romri II. Peter Nhdson John
Btatiger, lohn Hoopei John W Hoopei
and Frank Hooper whose names are
unknown nnd all other persons whose
names are unknown who have, or claim
to have any right, title, Interest In
and to the i-iil property heroin do
M l Ihed 1 let. nihility
The State of Utah U) the Paid Defend
You .-.nd ench of you, are heiehv sum
moned to appear within twenty davs after
rvi of this summons upon you, If
served within the county In which this
action la brought; otherwise within thir
ty days after service, and defend the
above entitled action: and In ense of our
failure so to do Judgment will he ren
dered iiK-ninni ou according to the le
mend ol the complaint which has been
filed with Ih- . i.-rk of said court, togeth
11 with n copy for you
This action la brought to obtain a fude
ment and decree, adjudging plaintiff 1o
be ihe own.-1 ii mi quieting hi title
Lgalnsl any nnd nil claims of defendants
In und to nil the LOilOWing described real
f2.00 PPR LINT PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or OIO
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
boucht. peid or traded. Phone .332
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Brnnrwoll Rook and Stationery. 211
Washington Ave. Phone 3C0. 208S
t'tAh Nai'.tnnal Bunk, southeast coiner
Tvrenty-fOUrtll nnd Vshln;;on Phon., 61
Dr Heber 3 McKay, chiropractor 212
Col. Hudson Dulldm., 3243
CAR PENT l R AND JOBBER
F, Strupplrk, carpenter nnd Johber
Twenty third. Phone 1011. 2519
IC Vail Knnipon for upholstering. cir
pets cleaned altered nnd laid. Remaking
of mnttresses Ph.n 27e2-J.
Expert csr;et cleaning, mattress reno
vstlng uphol-Jterlng. and springs ro
Stretched, CaP E J, Hampton Co,
IPeathei renovating Phone 25SC-W
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 225S-CU Washington Ave
CHOP 3UEY AND NOODLES
Ma'suba A Co leading Japanese res
jtaursnt In Ogden' 2T3 24th St
DRESS M AKIN G
DRESSMAKING nnd silk shim made to
order Phono 1003-.M C22 Thirtieth St
I CHILDREN'S sewing Phono 1440 2CU
J .Monroe Ave. .'840
TIM New Method Dentist' -ire special-
Ists in all brunches of Dentistry 246
Washington Air 20J
! Ogden Kngrnvinc Service Co makeH
of fine cuts In one or more colors. 418
I Twenty-four sh .r,- t phons 4C.
Geo, i Dennett corporation nnd group
Insurances specialty Phone 121-W ISM
Alex H. Mo. ... i.-vi.i. nt tjfi nt N. w York
J.lfe liuninn, CO 4 12 P'.ni'Ord avenue
Phonr IP", nnd 1S77-W 2SC7
J L' N K AND Hi DES
Weatein Hide A: iunk Co., 2323 Wnsh
I Ingtotl Av. Phone ;r.1
Ogden ( jns Mouse, :'i'59 Washington
A : Phone 210
Paper hanging, punting, ka Isomlnlni:.
piper . learupg, ftenfionahle 3220 R
I F.CAL ESTATE
Wlllard Kay real estate nnd lonn
2471 V. arhlni-.ori Ave. Phone 409 1874
I SCAVENGER '
Garbage nr-.l 1 uMiish h-iuled. rcs.spool
ond toilets cleaned, lohn Chipp & no
Phono 828, t&AS Hudsou Avenue &73.1
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and Lap repairing, round ror
ner ITom Standard. Gallacher o, '373 Hud
I WINDOWS CLEANED
EXPERT Window and wall pacer clean
ing Amerii an Window Cleaning Ph 1 52
estatfi "ltnnte,1 1 1 1 r rountv 1 l.nh
Part of the southeast quarter f'4) of
Section Plghteen (IS) in Town hip Five
fl North. Range Two (2) West of the
Salt Lake Meridian and Base United
States Survey Beginning at a point
12 7.3 chains North from the SouthweHt
coiner of said quarter section; running
thence S SO degree:; 15 minutes Fast
19.68 chains: thence N. Vi degree East
20 5G chains; thence N 89 degrees i5 min
utes West 19 BO chains: thence South 20.56
chmns to th. place ol beginning --ontain
Ing 40.58 acres, more or less. Also:
Part of tho Southeast quarter (4) of
Section Blghteen (18) In Township l ive
(5) North. Range Two f2 West of the
Salt Lake Base nnd Meridian. United
States Survey Beginning at the North-
west comer of said quarter Section; run
nlng thenco South fi 69 chains thi ni e 9
89 degrees 45 minutes But 19I0 chains
thence N. A degree East 6.31 chains:
thence West 19 83 chnlni to the pi,,, of
beginning, rontalnlng 13 3S acres, more or
Part of the Southwest quarter of Sec
tion 18 in Township 5 North Range 2
West. Salt Lake Meridian. U S. Survey:
Beginning at a point 12.75 chnlns North
from the South.-nst coiner of said quar
ter section, running thence west 0.94 of
one chain In the middle of tho road:
thence north 27.25 chains along the nild
die of road to the north line of said quar
ter section; thence east 0.94 of one chain
to the northeast corner of said quarter
section thence south 27.25 chains more or
less to place of beginning Containing
2 5b ai res more or h-y?, in Weber County.
That defendants whose names are to
plaintiff unknown claim an Interest In
said real eHtwt.- as the owners thereof
and that the same was derived by OOnVi If
anccs or succession from said defendants
Frances T Romr.-I! and hi wife Jane Do.
Romrell. Peter Nlelson and hit wife Jan..
Hoe Nlelson. John St inger and his wife
Jane Doe Stangcr John Hooper ond his
wlfo Jane Do.- Hoop. r. John W Hooper
and his Wife Elizabeth Hooper Frank
Hooper and his wife Margaret Anne HOO
CHEZ A- BARKER),
P. O. Address- 400-401-402-403 First Na
tional Bunk Building. OgdOn, I tab
In tho District Court of the Second Judl
claJ District. In and for Weber Coun
ty. State of Flan
A B Mu Inn Plaintiff, vs. Emily D. IUr
rls, If not deceased, and if deceased, her
unknown heirs. do Isees, legatees nnd
creditors Arthur C Harris. John Doe
nnd Mary Roe whose other and true
names are to plaintiff unknown, and
any and all other persons who have or
claim to hnv'i some estate "or Interest
In and to all or any jiart of the real
property hereinafter described. Defend
Th.- Stat.- of Finh to the Said Defendants
You arc hereby summoned to appear
Within twenty days after Bervice 01 this
ummojas upon you 11 served within the
rountv In which this action Is brought
otherwise within tblrtj days after serv
ice, and defend the a hove entitled action;
and In case of jour failure so to do. Judg
ment will be rendered against you ai
cording to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with tho clerk ;0f
Thla action Is brought to obtain a Judg
menl and I r -. - adjudging 'he plaintiff
to be the owner und quieting his title
against any and all claims of the defend
ants in and to all of the following d(
Scribed real estate, tow It:
All of Ixds Seventeen (17) Eighteen
(183, Nineteen (19), Twenty (20), Twenty
one (21). Twenty two (22), Twenty-three
(23). Twenty four (24). Twenty-five (25)
nnd Twenty-six (2t'. in Block Two (ii),
Highland Addition to rigid en t'ity. 1'tah,
situate in Weber County, Utah,
That the defendants whose mimes are
to plaintiff unknown, claim an Interest
In said premises aa the owners thereof,
and that Ihe same was derived by , on
VeyanOS or succession irom tho sold de
fendants Emily D Harris and Arthur C.
i. j HOLTHERi
Poslofflco Address. 704 Ecclea Build
inc. Qgdj n Utah
NOTICE "OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF HOOPER SUGAR
Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant
to it resolution of the hon rd of directors
-i special meeting ot the stockholders of
the Hooper Sugur Company will he held
at the office ot the company, in th.- Mj
sonic Temple building, in the; City of Og
den County of W- be'i and State of 1'tnh,
on Monday, tho 12th day of July. A. D
1920. nt th.- hour of 4 o'clock p. nr. for
the purpose of considering und acting
upon nnd confirming or rejecting th- nc
tlon of the board of directors of the com
pany In having heretofore fold to Ernest
R Woolh y till plani and all of the prop
erties, rights, and chosen In a. thin, ol
erv kind and description, for an agr.-r l
amount of the capital stock of tho Inter
State Sugar Company) a Utah corpora
tion, and for the transaction of SU! h other
ouisiness as may properly omo before
the meeting, or an adjoin ni.i.-iit thcreoi
Dated June 25, 1920
i IMES h R.ILBY, Secretary
Tint.- of first publication. June 2'".. P'2"
L'ute of lant publication. July 10, 1020.
lUTl KV 97500 TO
EVANSV1EEE, Ind. Prod Cube and
Charles Phillips found 17600 worth ot
bonds stolen fronn a bank here when
they plowed their farm last week.
They were paid $. for Ihe return of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby giv.n that Ogden Cltj
proposes to make Oir. following public on
iprovement. to wit- Construct T'livemenl In
PavinfJ District No. 133, togcthor with
work incidental thereto, necordlng to:
; peeirlcnTlons nnd profiler, on file.
In the office of the City Engineer. And j
snled bids are Invited for said work and I
will be lerelvrd St the office Of the I l
Recorder In the city Hall at Ogden, t'tah. '
'until t. n I. '. lo, I- ,, n- nn 2 rt Vi da;,
of lui, 1130. Instructions tO biddei
plan.-, and Hpecificatlom rot aald Improvt
! ment can be seen and examined st the of
fl. e of the City Engineer In the Oit H ill
of said city.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
I all bids nnd to wnlv.- any def.-eta.
By order of the RoTd of Commission. !
ers of Ogden Cltjr, Utah, this th. Ml. dO)
i of July. 1020
C. T. MOVES.
First publication. July 9. 1920
East publication. Jul. 23 193(1
Published In the Ofrden Standard i
j TCxnminer. .1111
In the District Court of Weher Coun'y
, siat.- of Utah
Vera n Williams) Plaintiff, vt f re.1 B
Wllllfimg lief, ndnnt
! Pho state of t tah to snid Defendant:
Von nre hereby Summoned to appear'
.within twenty days nftr-r service of thla
jnummona upon you. if Served '-lthin the
County In which this aclton Is brought :
Otherwise within thlrt dgys after :
ire nn.i defend the above entitled nr-iion-and
in ease of your failure ro to go
Judgment Will be rendered ngnln.sl you
I according to the demand of tl otn
plaint which has been filed with the clerk
, . . f . -1 . i i
This notion is brought to recover a
! Judgment against the defendant dlSSOlV
ing lha iKinrir of matrimony no- ami hi
torero existing between pinintiff nnd ue
P 0. Address: Itooms 100 101 402 01
ipir."t National Hm.k building Ogden
' t tab
In the 1'iisfrh t Court of Weber Countx .
; State of Ctiih.
Maj m Brown, Plaintiff vs Claude Leo
Brown DofOndsnt. .
Thl Stale of Utah to Said Defendant
I You nre hereby Summoned to appear
j within twen'y days after ser-ylee of this
I summons upon you. if served within the
county in which this nction Is broughl
'otherwise within thirty days after service:
md defr nd the above .nt d le.i action; and
I In case of your failure no to do Judgment
twill he rend. -red against you according to
the demand of the complaint, whkh has
I been fiie.i with the cleric of said court
Thii netlon is bronrrht to recover a Judg1
inent dissolving the bonds of matrlmons
heretofore existing between vou and the
Dc VINE, STINP 1- OWIl.I 1AM.
P O. Address: fi2G Dnld BSOclea Build
Iny. finden . !ah
In the Diet riot Court of Weber County,
Stnte of Utah
IS R Dumke, Pinintiff Va H. P.. Front v,
The Stale of Utah to Said Defendant
Vou arc hereby summoned to appear
Within twenty days after service of this
Summons ujon you, If served within the
I county In which this action Is brought.
I otherwise within thirty days after SSrV-
i., nnd defend th,- above entitled action;
and In case of your fnllure so to do. Judg
in. nt will be rendered against yon accord
; Ing to the demand of the complaint.
' i filch within t, n days after service of thli
I summons upon vou. which has been filed
with the clerk of sld court.
This action Is brought to recover a
Judgment foreclosing the plaintiffs mort
eaga upon the property of the defendant,
described In the said complaint on file.
DE VINE. STINE & OWILLIAM
P. O. Address; No. 625 Eccles Building,
In the District Court of Weber County.
State of Ptnh
Julia KleseJ Free W Kiejx I and Wllhe
mine Pauline Shearman. Plaintiffs, va
S. N role. Helen 1. Cole I,. Noble.
Dora Noble, B K Balrd Charles E Fox
ley. H. J Frederick. Utah Credit Ad
justment Con, puny, a corporation. C II
Hampton. J. Y. Perry, J F. Holley, and
Timothy P Terry, Defendants.
To la- sold nt Sheriff's sale on the 17th
day of July, 1920. at 12 o'clock noon of
.'.aid day. at the south front door of tho
Weher county coi-rt house, q Ogden City,
i W. her county, Utah, tho following de
scribed property, to wlt
Situated In Ogden City Weber rountv.
State of Utah, and particularly described
ns follows, to-wlt.
A part of the northeast quarter of sec-
tlon 20, In Township 6 North Range 1
W.st, of the Salt Bake Merldlnn. begin
rr'ng nt a jolnt upon the south side of
Cn M street, 11 rods east lrom the Inter
section of said Cross atrcet with Washing
ion avenue and running thence south 94
feet, more or less, running thence east 3
, rods thence north 94 feet, more or less
to the south line of Cross street, thenco
j west along the south line of Cross street
1 tO the place of beginning.
Togeth.-r with all and singular the ten."
nu nts, hereditaments nnd appurtenances
' thereurttO belonging or In am wise apper
taining. Dated at Ogden City. Weber county,
Utah, this 25th dov of June 1920
H. C PETERSON.
Sheriff of Weber Countv. Utah
By Purl'.: A Ml. -.on I i.-puty Sheriff
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OFFICE OF WYOM
ING SUGAR COMPANY.
Nolle Is hereby given that pursuant
(O a resolution of the Board of Dire, toi -a
special meeting of the stockholders of
th.- Wyoming Sugar Company will he
h.-l,I at the office 01 the company. No. C17
David BccleS building In the City of Og
iden, County of Weber, and Statu of I tan,
lor. Saturday, the U'th day of July. 1920!
, at the hour of two o'clock n in., for tin
purpose of electing a Bonr.l of Directors
for the msulng year, nnd for the trans
action of such other business as may
j properly eon,,- before tho meeting, or :ui
Dated this 3th day of June. 1920
A C LIOHTHALL.
Ogden Petroleum Co., principal place of
business, Ogden. Utah.
There are delinquent on the following
described stocks on account of assess
ment No. 11 levied on the 22nd day of
Mn, 1920 the several amounts sr-t opo.
site the names of the respective share
I holders, as follows.
No. Shares Amount
Allen. E J . , . 440 1000 $ 5.00
Abbott, Q. H. 681 1000 6.00
Abbott. G. H. 6S3 1000 .", 00
Brandon. M H .... 663 711 .1.65
Bybee Dmma ssi 1400 7 00
Bau hman. Emll - .-17 soo 2S
rh lid. Mrs. C C. 6-17 1000 SO.OO
Ihiid, Mi s C. C 4i.2 2000 10.00
Combe James 648 ltinii 5.00
Davis, F. C. :18 250 1.25
Davis, W. E 342 600 2.50
Doyle, A, R. 629 600 2.60
l)ole, A. B 671 250 1.2S
Francis, Frank 20 4000 20.00
Farr R W 472 1000 5.00
iFarr, C. L 464 500 2.50
Farr. C. L. 631 400 1.25
Jensen, David 47 1000 500
Jensen. David H2.". 300t 15.00
I Jacobs E H 140 250 1 25
Jones, R M. 531 1000 5 00
'iCarndlmos. Tom ... 26? 1000 5 00
.Light. Llllle ........446 100 .60
McCormlCk, -T. L . . .304 1000 K 00
McBrlde, Helen 601 200 1.00
Powell, B.C. .... 2ST, 500 2 50
PldCdclc. J. W 550 1500 7 60
Perrin, Thoa D 623 1000 6.00
Pi inn. Thus D 623 1000 5.00
orenson. Nels 67 2000 10 Ou
Soronson. H N 374 360 1 76
Wysong Mottle 170 500 2 50
Wilson. AV. M 626 217 1.58
Ami in act ordAnce w ith law so many of
each parcel of such stock ns may be neo
eaaan will be sold at th oflce of the
company. No. 3(4 Twe.nt frmrth Street,
Osjden, I.'toh. on the 23rd day of July.
19J0, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon
to pa) the ilellnquent assessments, to
gather With the co:t of advertising and
expense of sale.
A. L OBASM ANN,
. -.-tar Treasurer,
P S. The above delinquent.-! nre pay
nbli to the Assistant Secretary-Treasurer,
i R Hlnchcllffe, at the Plngreo National
Bank, b.'for-.- the ahov.- mentioned date.
IT'S NICK TO RKA1
PAIUS The thrifty Krench have
llgnreil thr- thing out. The law buna
abfllnth,' hut thero are hug., absinthe
Mock.- in the country. What to do with
absinthe? Easy! They aro going to
M nil It with fruit and liqueurs.
Rose-Bedecked Leghorn nn II
Hat for Summer Frocks fll ji
B CORA MOORi:.
(New York's Fashion Authority)
NEW YnHK, June i. An excellent
suggestion for the Hummer vacation
hat trunk is thla one which Dorothy
Glsh, of the Griffith forces, is hold-'
i Ing It is one of tho latest models I
Pitria hriH sent over, a Bluebird hat
i and Cry distinct i e.
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
Estate of Myrn Prowi,. Minor
The petition of CelcatlS Pea therstone 1
.for letter 3 of guardianship in the above
entitled matter, has been set for hearing
I before Hon. A E. Prr.tt. Judge', on Mon ;
I day, the 12th day of July 1920, at !-n
.(10) o'clock a. m., at the county court'
I house In the court room of said court, In 1
Ogden City. Weber county, Utah.
Witness, the clork of said court with
the seal thereof affixed, this 30th day of,
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk
By Vgnes Smith. Deputy Clerk.
Thurman & Allen Attorney for Peti
Estate of Chauncoy Ft Dana. Deceased.
The petition of Marv Ellen Dana for
I letters of administration. In the above
entitled matter, has been set for hearing I
I before Hon. A. W. Aire,-. Judg. on :on
day. the 12th day of July 1920, at two i2) !
o'clock p m . at the county court houe '
In the court room of said court, Ln Og 1
den City. Weber Cunty, Utah.
Witness, tho clerk of saJd court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 30th day of
WALTER N FARR. Clerk
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk. I
W H. Rceder. Jr., Attorney for Pell-1
In the District Court of the Second Judl
clul District, In and for Weber County.
State of Utah
In Re Application of Frank Hasson to
Change His Name to Frank Von Mohr
The petition of Fntnk Hason praying
that the ,-oiirt make and enter Its d cret
permitting him to change his name from
Frank Hasson to Frank Yon Mohr will
I be heard by Department 2 of said court
On Monday, tho 2nd day of August. 1920,
at 10 a. m . In the court room of said ,
I court, ut Ogd.-n Clti L'tah.
! Witness my hand und the seal of this
court hereunto affixed this 2Dth day of
WALTER N. FARR, Clerk
C. R. H0LLIN;M OllTH. Attorney for
i eUtli tv r.
Estate of Bertha N. Isenhart. Deceased.
The petition of Frances R. Abbott, for
letters of administration. In tho above on- i
titled matter, ho been set for hearing,
before Hon A. B, Pratt. Judge, on Mon
(day. the 12th day of July. 1020. at ten
(10) o'clock a. m , at tho county court
house, In the court room of said court. In
Ogden City, Weber county. Utah.
VVitnesS, the olerh Of said court, with i
the seal thereof affixed, this 30th day of j
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk ;
Chez & Burker, Attorneys for Petitioner, i
Estate of Arthur J. Stalllngs,' Deceased.
The petition of Berthu Slalling.s for let
ters of administration to be issued to Ar 1
thur D. Stallliigs. in the above entitled
matter, has been set for hearing before i
Hon A E Pratt. Judge on Monda. the
12th' day of July 102n at ten (10) o'clock
n m., ot tho county court house, in the
court room of said court, in Ogden City.
W ber i ounty, i "tab
Witness, the clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof uffl.xcd, this 80th day of
Wai.ti R N Fa pi: i lei k,
Bv Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk.
W H. Recdor, Jr. Attorney, for Peti
tioner! ( Sen 1 1
BtStatS nn.l Guardianship of David Eu
gene Taylor, Albert E. Taylor ond Th.-I
ma Tayior, Mlnorn
The petition ot l a otrell (fortnerh
Eva Taylor) praying for tho appointment.
Ol herself as gunirllan of thn prison.-- and
estates of David Eugene Taylor. Albert
B. Taylor and Thelma Taylor, minors, in
tho above enCltled- matter, has been act I
for hearing before Hon. A. W Agcc. I
Judge, on Monday, the 12th day of July
1020, at two (2) o'clock p, m., ut tho coun
ty court house, In the court room of said
court In Ogden citv. Weber County,
Witness, tho clerk of SAld court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, thla 30th day of
WALTER N FARR, Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk
Harris & Jenson, Attorneys lor Peti
thieves Steal altar
AND CHURCH BOX
DES MOINES, la. After taking the
oak altar from the Negro church here,
thieves passed along to the Zion
church and crackotl tho poor box, tak
ing $20. The cops havo no hunch. J
"i sasssss! LbsssHH
It Is to be worn with summery
frock?, with taffeta, organdlo or flg
tired voile, with cream-colored sero
or white or natural pongco sports suit. PBfl
With Its flaring, floppy brim, of lg " I
horn, rose-bedecked, and its tallore'T .
taffeta crown, It is a hat for a varie
ty of occasions.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Tyler,' -Tex,
12,085; Increase. 1.685, or 1,2; .
Hennepin county, Minnesota, in
eluding Mine&polls, 415,419; Increase,. , H
1 939. or 24.6 per cent.
Mahanoy City, Pa,, 16, 3J?; decrease,
337, or 2.1 per cent. H
Augusta, Maine. 14.114, Increase, "
90.3 or 6 8 per cent.
Miles City. Mont., 7,937. Increase.
3,240. or 69 per cent -
Monl Ala-, 13.464; incrccitio, . H
5,328, or 14 per cent.
Revised figures for Springfield,
Mass., show that city to have a popu
latlon e.f 11".'. 563, or 225 more persons" H
than were accounted for in the prv
lous announcement for the city.
TWO DANGEROUS FIRES -IN
RED BLUFF Calif.. July 9.
Thirty-two separate fires aro sweep
ing through national forests in nort,h
ern California, but only two aro.
threatening any widespread destruc
tlon, R. F. Hammatt, assistant U, S. .
district forester, announced here os
terday. One Id at tho head of Dillon
creek, near the summit of the Slsk.1
you mountuins, which ia an InaccBap
slblo jiortlon of the Klamath forest
There are no trails to the fire zone3
and It has been found Impossible so
far to send fire fighting crews to com
hat the flames. Another is three
miles east of Cassel ln tho Fall river
valley timber and brush district.
Forest Supervisor C. E. Dunston
flew from Red Bluff to Cassel in a
forest .service airplane today to direct H
th.- fir.- flghters'there.
The Red Bluff forest service air
patrol announced today that it had
detected til fires since May 1.
FRENCH ACADEMY PLACE
IS TAKEN BY GENERAL
PARIS, July 9. General Lya-utey.
former resident French governor ln
Morocco, today was officially received
Into the French academy Originally
he was olocted to membership ln the
academy in 1912 but owing to his'
duties In Morocco, and aftcrwarda in
connection with the world war. his
formal reception was delayed for
eight years. Former President Poln-
care and Count D'Haussonv;! ! were
QeneraJ Lyautey's sponsors.
Th-- roster Of the academy is now
complete for tho first time ln many
years, Georges Clemenceau should
be the next member received, but the .
tin nn r premier persists in his deter-"
nunutlon not to enter the academy if
the official ceremony in connection .
with receptions Is to bo performed
PROF. HOOVER TESTIFIES
IN ORE PATENT HEARING .
SAN FRANCISCO. July 9. Thco
dorc J. Hoover, brother i Herbert C.
Hoover, and head of the mining de
partment at Stanford university, was -the
principal witness In the federal I
trade commlalon hearing of the gov
crnment's complaint that tho Minerals Pl
Separation company. Ltd , of London,
and Its subsidiaries exacted exorbit
ant royalties for the uso of its- oil flo- " i
tatlon process In mining Professor
Hoover formerly was general manager
of the English concern.
1 1 Poxton of San Francisco, of
ii.e EQngels copper oompany, awl
James L BrYecman of the Chlchagolf
mines near Sitka. Alaska, users of tno fH
process, testified that tho Minerals
Separation mi pan was an excellent j
concern to do business with, but I'.ix
ton thought the royalty It charged
was too high. 1
nr. . BSSE
GEORGIA'S CAPITAL MAY
BE MOVED FROM ATLANTA
ATLANTA. Ga-. July 9. The Geor J
gla senate has adopted a resolution i!
providing for submission to voters of j
the state on September 8 of a pro
posal to move tho capital from At
lanta to Macon. The resolution now
goes to the house