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. THF, OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY. JULY 14. 1 920. 6
JH " ?(X"M modern brick. 1ft rro hasenvnt
6jj rairo, lot 82 1 22bC ft ; in rge lawn i nd
B beautiful shade; clow m on ;t th St; oni
JE 56,000; term
!9H 'ew riom modern white harjolnt brick
H lure.' liiMinHitt. l.-.rge .looping prreh.
. fEEe iswor end sidewalk mi paid up. f .wo.
m t room shlttwted bungalow, modern, Cloc
H in on 22nd St.. $2,250
BBI 2 1-roOm modern homes (fine for rallrond
H nun) In WOBt pnit nl city. $.7,000 n.-h end
1661 n.y terrrt Smith and KM riders "
f" Phono 1HT K lV
I I why Invest in speculative stocks when
: vou ran buy Itonl Batata, the baaia of nil
I 'BB wealth", at prt"o9 montloncd below?
ioo acre on Band Rldi,-.- above govern-
I niont nrsenal, undr prnp..' ' Ilich Line
VH ''nnnl." which Is practically assured,
"m When water is secured this land will be
4fBfl worth n largv sum of monoj o are of
" ferlng this trrrt of Wind at the vory low
j J price of $35.00 por nci- Will pay goo.l
I 1 i nti rest on mono Invested In dry tarn-.
Tops. Yon enn aee grain growing on tho
1 proper! now Act quick; this hurgatn
IJH will not last lone.
0 acres, good loll, fmr,ll postnr. rrnp'
4H w speak for Its qunJItv Good water
I right: houso and other Improvements The
' price Is $0.ooo. w hich Is low Let US show
I ou this plnro and you ho the Judge VI 111
J ,-iceopt Ogden City properly If It Is, prWd,
1 I right.
I SfA fi acres Rood land, 4 acres in crops, mosl
I, FW" ly beets: 2 acres good pasture. House.
ond other Improvement; tome machin
ery 'Water right This property la well
located and Will Bell quick, will accept
rJBV on.. r..-..-- r. e ,.-,rf Mvmrnl I
i 1 Prtoa, $4,000.
If 17 acres pood orch;trl Imd nil In hwini
B i trees nnd the price Is $5 000. Some an
f li asking ns high ns $1 000 per BCIf for gooc
HI orchard land. Sec this
fWa Jl 27 acres ot ricar-bld. no better soil am
IMK where; 12 mile from state cement high
HHJI way i'mp show qualttj of noil: 4-roorr
.r.inio house emd other Imp. oven, ml
Water tcm right, with place. If vou
want the best of land see this at 110,800
Smith nnd 1-ilnders, over Commercial
National I ml:
j4 ;-,n-ti 000 1 VSH will buy 7-room mod
1 ern double apartment hou'. paved
VB street; close In; modern conv-n
- len.-os Snp
--v j4 .C50 On terms will buy nov up-to-date
iV brick bungalow large lot
kiV Mfred E Stratford. 2250 Wash. Aya
9 ij W or M04-J -'4S'
1 TOR BALE Bj owner 1 BOxlSJ feo1.
1 building lot on Twenty-fourth street V,
h hJ block from pavement: sidewalk. urb, gut.
It J?l tera sewer and c i"1' ,' ' "f"
llWl Bargain for quick sal. Phono ( h..nib r;
i'lJW t 398. .
FOR BAIB Good five room house In good
location 8882 grant "'i
11 A i-y OWKER-H roon modem brick bou-LV-aSl
phono 2M R. , LJ
r wj I, i: "im iv ' " '' !- u- . ":x' ,,
1 owner about to loav. i ItJ Call after B
m at K'73 Tw-nt v .::, U -'t
price and t. ro-- n tik n ! !' ' - 1
Mi t v fivjr,R Four ;c'ni modern liou.-c
J with sleeping porch coal ag-faoK .eel
Mjc lar cheap with terms. 2C31 Monro. X,
Wished, for sale 155 Twenty fifth Btl
THREE acre chic',.. i farm. Thon-
F' vRTM i n E hour.o close In on Wlish'
ingi on avenue; has nine two and throe,
roonT apartmenta Furnished Income
!i S22S a month Pric 5 M :. - H. ea.h
IWfl Might consider pari exchange. Box 18.
gt mdard Ea tmlni r 1 "
1 BIGHT room home slei ping Po-
Phone 88T0, Ll
1 r whisk room cottaira, two lots. 3121 Un- J
aMpJI Ion avenue, chc-ip. Ter.n or . ash. lnoni
1 660-J lii
1! ACRBS. cropa. implements, horses, ot
jeJBWa ,tatc hl.tbwav. Vi "o north Claarrield
Phone n R 1 ill:
77 iiuN! i:- ' i -1 v r . ii i i
-rMav3 mrnt houso. fumi.'h- i. sleeping porchea
1 ranged, finest location In town. 1141
a month Income. Good terms. Phone 10
4 BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
WE have u large list ot itrlcrit d hrmi
M for snio oi trHd- Writ- or .-. . V(.i:s
'. M ORZBWOLD IN'V co . Burley, Idaho
W T r il-.'i I .1 . 1. al r.:lnl. m.1 I -
I37i" Warhlngton aivnu. Phone 1876
II on . ER Conn r iot 116x1 1 s t T
RnBfl Tv. ;nt"-pecond nd Reeves av n la
Phono -f"r. TTJ"
HY OWNER- F . . . 1 n fui
nlshed house H7 .Tomes Court. Phono
HbB NEW r, room modem brick bunenlow
HbHJB Full basement, all modern conveniences,
T.-th nnd lown 8514
EJ I To Buy ;
M HIGHEST prices paM for old clothes.
MCBR Snd a rotnl New- York Clothing Storo,
9 Tw.'ni fifth Si 8421
Pl INLETS and hens, nil ag-s. Phone 124::
'IvSrl Western Grain & Feed Co.. 2354 Wash
lii.-ion Ave. 8886
ml m WE Bl v all ran. regardlesa ol I
HPQI t!on. Auto S.tlvago JUS Gran' Ave
IL;. FORWENT j
THREE Ohio vacuums In first rlno con
(Jitlon. $1 day Call J. Barlow. 2384-J
OHIO t iCUnun, fl d.-.y Phone 3 1 48. 1
23 2 S !
S TO It AGE 100:11 for i. nt Call AFbeto
late Product)-. Po Phono 1416-W 367." I
STRICTLY mewloin 4 room apartment '
I In. 23 27 dnnis
i 1 ' and J-room apartmenta private1
bnth Newly kalsomlned flosc in Phono 1
' I ; g
r. room apartment. I'.tii 21; no Adams ,v,
2 LARGE iooui Jn'iulr.. 2723 Jeff.r-i.n
v" !" a lnoiith 2'v,
TWO rooms, gas M6 Thirty flrnt strct
4 ROOMS mod.-rn housekeeping lose In
Kelly ft Rterrick 1032
f To Rent j
HB 4 Oli 5 ROOM furnished apartment, fl.it
tx3KI or house with modern con enionco. for
rtM responsible family of two, in good resl
EH dence district Very best of reference
ifSD furnished if desired. Box 23, Standard
WANTED C room modern unfurnished
. houuo. good residence district bj man
1 nd wife Phone Exchange 2500 Room s
-t Box 20 Standard Exarnlnor 3m
' rTTu-ITpr)FM unfurnUhr d hnu77- fall
Mrs. Knowles. Phone 4 SC from S n m to
j (' '" 3416
WANTED 1 or 2 room-; for housckeep
Ing, by widower; mechanic. Box 108
FOR RENT 01 Ii .... r I road houtM
pBKj confectionery BXeellent lomtion Party
f w ho :m mak- le r renin and candy pro
P f r-.-il. Ke.ionahlo t.-rms Phone 's V 1
iBW EaysvUle, rtnh. R. f, d. No. l, Box r,2.
EVERYBODY Buffering with plies fistula
nl--" i at ion. I.loedlng or Itching piles, writ.,
tor free trial, painless pile cure Ii E
'. 1 1 B rarney s.m Jose. Cai. 27n7
.SEVEN ROOM rick house; modern with'
SSfU basement. 607 Chester St. ' 35 j
Jj FOR RENT j
3 Iioi PK7XEEPING rooms fumlehed, in
1 quire 2ir,.-, Tyler Avenue aftr 6 o'clooU.
I NICELY furnished single room. 52S Twin-
fourth St. 3523
TWO room for hcusakocplng. Close In
Ko 1 dldren Phoi; 1 ' m 8518
POL'K nioeJcrn furr.lph.-il inoms for rent.
7".3 23rd st 881a
THREE inodSrn rooms. 223C Grant 3509
LMtGE front rKni, ontsldo entruno.
Piano. No children 2422 Ad:ir,is .Irs
LARGE front room with all modern con
v. nlenooT (or r.-nt. Call 263 3400
Fi Pi 'V-.i 'urnlsh'd hou .. for r--nt
2840 Chllds Ave 8498
TW 1 sleeping rooms and sleeping porrh
lom In Phone 1950-R. 8 169
PN'ISMKM housekeeping .partni"nl.s
bl a rk or month Gates Ilotol. 24ifi
Granj Ayi 8466
HOUSEKEEPING rooms suitable for firr,
lily or bachelor 221l)lt AVnshlnglon Ave
3 room modem apartmehtl siso one
houeekeoplng room. 36o Twenty-eighth St.
LA HOE cool room for re nt 1.0O Twsnty-
fourth St 3391
S.EW house, fnrni.-h' d or unfumlh d In
0'ilro r.i Tlilrti. th S' 3302
VER1 nlci furnlshi 1 apartment, 4 rooms 1
j .'I epil ; . 1 ..ml, ; . , Or-.nt m- 33n'
' hou ekeeplng apartmenta no
1 1 children. Plair Apartments. 2318 nsh
I Ington Ave 3411H
ri r:.isirr.i houF keeping apartments;
I reasonable rent. 22f2'j Washington Ave
, TWO nicely furnished rooms facing Los
1 tcr Park: suitable -for one or two gentle
m 11 2466 Madison Ave ."11?
I two ROOM furnished apartment for two
Stllwell Apurtm.-nts 278jQranl Ave 8 3 D
, l-SI Ki IM.I.V derlrable --ool loom nt r0f.
1 Twenl third Bt. 8396
MODERN room for gontb m: n. In
I J3 SO per week; references 2311 Adams
1 Av 8403
II i: i.-M i;i -1. . i.inc room for gentle
, n n " i T.v rvtj sixth St rvvr s
'COOL i-niri, modern home, close in. 315
Twenl ei nth SI B
SINGLE or double rooms for closing or
I hou 'keeping 246$ Washington e 3361
THREE ROOM modern iipartments Phon-
1489 or . .11 :t 8581 Qnlm-y Ave. . 3373
ELEG NTI.V f'n : 1 1 -. 1 room .166 Tw.-n
I tv-fourth St 3343
; GENT'S sleeping porch and 100m. P
'"''i -.'.it :il Tl.iri v
. first al el 8224
Fl ' ,.. 1 nt :;. 4 n 1
ton avenue. 8190
M'M :T.i , T ,,nd room 2"7i Unc oln.
1 'i un . cntv-thlrd Irool 8091
l "i rRNISHED or unfun h 1 1 pa ri 1
or rent 5848 W 1 hlngton 8110 j
ERY desire tie rooms res lonabli t I -two
minutes from postofflce. Gates Ho
lei !44 Grant r.vcnuo. 9067
ROOM D Twenty-third r'ft 1
'.HRK'; rovM fo. nlshi-; h -. 1 .4 T-
1 ond 8817
..1.!' ' , r. . I . , Ulld. e
Canyon PI nc wc 2760
no ! ni " ' '
deslsed P.eference required 2629 Jeffr-
ron ' 2502
, Male Help
ITWO first class brlckloyr i s wanted n'
jjonce. Ogden Union wages, etc. Rockwel
?uttoi Nevada I
' FIRST ' 1 - mil h -i . - . lend.'
''work. Cheesman Auto Co 3151
: . ,.M ; In eight we. ;s. V M C r
1 I Auto S.-hool l.oi Angeles. 32 1
BELj boy 1 j j 34
1 XI'ERIENCED stenographer: iroung
I mi ' 1 1 fcrrcd. 521 Ecclcs l lldg 8018
in and linen . h.-. kl r T V
1 Laundry, 2643
P WANTED I
j Femi!e Hv'p
'WANTED Competent woman for house-
work In the eanvon. Phone Mrs Blnford.
23 1 ' 8496
LA 1 1 v. lanltn 1 Inquln 621 I
iGIP.L w anted. Greenwell ' Owifectlonery
EXPERIENCED help wanted at the Grav
! Mllllnerv 23 3 Washington Vvc I '.2
1 HOUSE p Intlng Call 945-J. 8617
will take ire hH.ii.-r, by da; or II
; the time, Phone 8838. 347.".
ISTUDEBAKER touring car for Irade for
Kmall property 'hon- 1.3.1 3 8500
1 '' '.' ....
Team 6 years old. Will trudc for car or
sell. 826 86th SI 8505
HEMSTITCHING AND P1COT EDGE
The Lighthouse, 2452 Washington AV4
r.f.ro'ito the Piog.ec bunk. Phono 681. j
Piompt service, 332"i
Hematltchlng, plcot edge buttons, pini -big
and plaatlnv, Second floor w HL
'. rich' -M-.n- Mr- ! 1 l-'.v 1, ,,ri. 11C9 ,
SLi'OND hend gorxls hourht and sold T '
C. Ivcraon, 1G40 Wuahlncton Phone 49
WL tak? ynui old ronKe hs ni:.i paymoni
I 0D any new range, o- will buy voiir Hd
ram;- outii-ht Homo Furnlturo Co 467J
TO aalarlcd people without security, to
others on pianos, furniture bonds 1 t
"1'7 Hudson Hl.lc Phone 2Xj ' 4jj
! 'VN,i;'' ''" i"" surrounded bv ,.. .
On Thirty third street 01 along Vufili,k-'
ton Av; p.. yard PI 20 . ,
lost Irapahootei a trophy or mi dal '
Finder return to Georco E, Browning andl
'" ' '-warded.
CANVAS 16x30, b. tv can Twenl v m cond '
street and Madison aenur- and Twelfth,
atrej 1 Call 1764 v. R, ward jJo
. i 9 1 R P.ewqrcj
A Br:OW M coat between Ogden and BtIl
nam on county road Phom 1326-J Rc
ward ' mm.
I Board and Room
I I NTL.EM N wants mom in private
! family. In town onlv .six or seven d iss
per month. Address Room (84, Reed Hob
' ' ' 'K,n largi un furnish 1
152'J M Jl'ffercon Ave. PI., .,.
i IDAHO U. EDUCATOR GIVEN"
ILLINOIS U. APPOINTMENT
CHAMPAGNE. III. July 14. Pro -fesspr
11 j. Mclntyre, of the depart
m nt ol mechanical nglnoerlng at the
University ..f Idaho, has been ap
pointed protestor Of refrigeration en
gineering at th.- University of Illlnc-i
it was announced hero today
FOR SALE j
1350 BlYS 1 V4j aero all in garden 4-room
fi mi in"iif water right 670 Seventh st
ALMOST new davenette and chair oheno.
- I To Line. In ph J 'MSt
PRBSH roat and a little one for sale. 275
Ii r.J Bl 3414
CLARK n; I LI, eras ranee, ovens on
lop, four ! i . . I . -s Phom- 1 r. n 7 f. IV.'T
WICKER I'll - buggy brass bah) bed
hitch, n table 1'iTn 22nd S' 3,:0
BEAT TIFUL black mi tin dress, allver
I lace collar accordan pleated bottom
never i" en worn Slse 88 Will sen roa
son.-ible i nil nt 243U Wash,, ArlliiPion
; bote Room i v."
'FOR SALE CHI 1 r"i SCCOUn! lonvlni,'
, town fun eel hinokAmlth tools whole or
I In part, alio furniture for 3 rooms; mod
ern houso hou."- rent cheap! also 17
good hli-kens I'omn take your choleo
Viii m 'tr.. Hudsoi; Av 8484
T vi. 0 88x4 tires new, 860 Inquire Trov
Laundry engine room. 42
iTrT'TvTT-cTT on piayr
piano e-h-ap foi rash. N'lotrola also "
room house. 1421 Ta onty-tourth St. 3471 ,
TP.f .-.iid h'.-nr;. . lor sulo .-heap Phono
CANAR1 birds singers 223 Twenty-fifth
TWO fresh inllon rows and four spi'r.r
era J a i-q. Pl.t.n.- is34. 8488
KAMrb, h.-at. r. pas stove funiituro 2241
; Vdama Ave 8481
1 1 N and hall Ludlow wncon and donbU
hnrno.: also o.io le.y maro wel'hlnK 1801
'jibs., -in in good shape, for sale cheap
; 21 'fi Polk Ave "12r
ROUND Oak range buffet, Baa Move,
k'l. h'ii table, ffo.ju ni n. w Phone 1171 T
HALF horsepower rvnturv motor 110
220 olls: 50 lb refrigerator. Call UJd
NAPEOLEON cherries for sale, 737
T.v. ifth St. 8807
ROl f. top offlc4 '! sk . la ap .Phone 8281 I
204J VOHNG breeding ewes, w-eis-n ion ibs .
57 r.n Phi.iie I s " 4 I I.e.-- '22
PBW good uncalled for suits, two pairs
i of pants r ith every suit, cheap. Scotch
Woolen Mills '""'' Wsahlngti n w.- 8871
' I : r " l S ' I'll 2 ni. n' o 1 1 1 i 1 ' 4 in A 1 run
ilt Ion . cheap, also expert bicycle rennlr
work 3141 Chllds Av 3332
tLAfOSI nen bicycle, also a cream acne
rator. Call 8177-J nr.i
i SED very bttie. two-wav Oliver plow,
two-section harrows, one hnni cultivator,
two seta work harner. 137 Twenty -fifth
Bl 88 5 1
i , i m ;:: for sal Call after 1 p m 173
j ve '2
HOSE, counter, m cycle, smokestack,
camera, trlvod, surveyor a tape. P 333.
II'MM: WiffiM 1 la rn. sses. 1 Twi lfth
: -i ..i 8798 8848
WILL sell or i enl si a bargain, nickel
Slot fleet rl- piano. Pantone. Twont
ninth i nd Hudson. "175
- ii.i.rn for mitu A few ol if" o
excellent Dundee tailored suits, variou"
sizes, ono frock; se!!ins at cost Dundee
' n Mil1' Hud on 31C9
i I IJUKIl.S i 'S7 Twi lfth -Mr. t. Ph, m
CANARY blrda 8220 Lin. -oln avenue,
liA.Ni'S and olh.-c uiuical lnlrumer t
Terms Without Interest. Ptmtonc. 2874
; ... 808
ITNCAl LED tor wults tailor made: b!y
r, f-Juctlon. '".ordon's. 211-25 TWunty-flfill
) i S: Phon 49 8161
, PAINTS AND VARNISH
, ! Ruv your p-.ltit at Stove's nnd "iiv
, f monev 100 WoshinKton avnuo. Phon'
2 00 PER LINK PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or OI0
AM'THI SO A to Z new or old
' boochf. sold or traded Phone 332
B 3 K S AND ST A t i O N ERY
Bramwell Plook nnd Stationery. 212
' -'on Ae I'hfii" 160. 2051
i U A N M N G
T'tfth Natitonal flank. aOUthCSSt comr
I Twenty -fourth "nd W'nshlnK-ton Phono CI
Dr Heber 3 M' Kay. Chlropraetor 212
Col. Hudson PllUdlng. 3241
CARPHNTCR AND JOBBER
K, Stnipl'lck. -ari" nter and Jobber l."is
Twenty-third Bt i'i one lQis. 3422
K- Van Kampen for upholstering ear
tH . '. in .: i o.i and IV. j Homaklue
I of mattn see Phon :7,2-j.
I Expert carpet . I. unliiK. mattress reno
I vatinp. upholnii rinh'. and springs re
streiehfd. CaP E, J Hampton Co..
1 llhei rei 0 tins Phone 2C!)6-V.
I CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. Z85S-SG Washlnpton Avo
, CHOP SUEY A-.D NOODLES
MafSUba '-O . lending Japaneso rea
tsursnl 'n Ogd n 878 14th Bt
DUESSMAKJNQ and silk shirts mule to
order. Phone 1035 3d 622 Thirtieth St.
! CHILDREN'S s- ring Phono 1440. 2fi4
Monroe Ae 2S4'i
Th,- ffow Method Dontl't sr special
lists In al! bmnchea of lntlstry 246J
hlngton Aya zvji
igden ISngravIng Ser'lca Co . manor
oi line cut In ono or more colore. 416
Twentyfouri street Phone icz
LIFE I INSURANCE
Geo. D Bennatl orporatlon and croup
Insurance a specialty. Phono 121-W. 1814
Ales H. Bioyei resident agent New York
Life insiiranco Co., 4-12 Ulnford avenue
Phone 1 167 and l.r.77 W, 28C7
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide i .mnk Co.. 2323 Wash
Inuton Av?. Phon- M'l
Ogden I jnK House. 2053 Wasblngtos 1
U- Phont 210
Paper banging, painting, kalsomlnlnu.
i paper cleaning. Keatonablc 3220 R
: ROOFS REPAIRED
Roofa repaired nnd painted. Call 945 J.
) ." 1 5
Wlllard Kay, real estnta and loans
'2474 Washington lye. Phone 409. 1H74
Oarbago ar.d rubbish hauled, ceaspools
ond toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co
l'h.. no 82S, 234S H-.idi.oi, Avenuo. &73.1
TRUNKS AND UAGS
Trunk and Ikiw ri.-io.lrlnK, round cor
ner from btandard Galluchor's. .'373 Ilud
EXPERT window and wall paocr clean
ing. American Window ("leaning Ph CjJ
Writ Van Tier Woude. licensed sewer'
digger and water service. Sewer cleaning,
etc.. cess pools. Phone 2115-W 925 Rush '
ton St 352 i !
I II IKK Vs METHOD
IN JOHN'S FRIVOLITY
(By InternotlOluU News Service.)
BPRIXGI'IELD, 111. Animated by!
i spirit of chivalry came John M. Mer
rick into federal court here.
Mrs. Delia PortWOOd was belnK giv-
. n i preliminary hearing on a charge
ot violating the prohibition laws.
Merrick would "go on her bond."
B3g Itod. he started to toll the Judge
nil about how rotten sonic courts are
Pounding his fists on a table and wav
ing his anna gloriously In the ulr
Merrick Shouted defiance at the court
Deputies Intervened. A alight strug
gle was necessary, however, before
vituperative Merrick tvaj quelled in
rile outburst in it a bottle was drop
ped irom Merrick's pockot. The dep
uties nnlfferl at Merrick's bieath and
then at the bottle.
More than one-half of one- per
cent, tin y 'ubi.
Now Merriok io out under bond him
self and will bo asked to explain bv
the fedora prohibition commissioner
nt a inter hearing,
C FOR SALEl-Autos 1
AUTOMOBILE for s-ilo cheap Gallache. rs
Z8T6 Hudson 7
1 A'lM truck. 1 Mnw. rOadatOT ThoT
Sepvlllo P.jior i.'o, 8479
INDIAN motorcycle, 1117 3-apeed fully
equipped; In perfect eondiflon bargain
Inquire at Indian Agency. 3411
Ruick Tourlnp. 5-passenger
Stu.bbaker Tpaisonirer touring
1 t halniora touring, r. pa."---ongor,
Chalmers tourinu 7-paasenger
Hupmobile model n E-pasaen ger,
I Case touring
I Cadillac 8, fouling
Nash 2 ton trn.-k.
Studebaker 1-ton truck
I All In first class moohanleal condition
PACIKIC NA8H MOTOP ' O
22.m Wnrti Ington Ave Ogden, rtnh
MITCHLLL to trade for motorcvele
with side oar 3161-M 33B8
POR SALE By owner Cool family abto
MiKip Phono 1427. .T3."3
SEVEN PASSENGER Cadliiae touring
ear In excellent condition, cheap. Ml
Twenty fifth St. 3?'"..i
PA8SENQER Overlsnd . nr. A 1 eondT
flon sale rho.np. Ownor leaving town Box
10 llson Lane 33CS
fori ton truck in r.o.i condition, Cush
ion and pneinriHtic tires. Cheap for rash
iiii Washington 2012
J JOHT Cadliiae truck. TpH Hudson
Studebaker 1917. New Franklins. First
olaag auto shop Harlow Brother, 24C6
. i n 11 1 n venue 953
:' LEGAL NOTICES
In tho pietricl Court of Weber Count'..
1 state of Utah,
jj. C. N-e Agency Comp.ini. a corpora
tion, plaintiff, vs. Sarah Mori and Ah.-
Tho State of Ctah to Said Defendant:
l'ou are heretiv suiniiioned to appear
within twenty day a after service of this
Summon.; upon ion If served within the
County In which t'ds action H brought.
otherwise within thirty d&ys after aervlce.
nnd defend the above entitled action: and
In ease Of your failure so to do Judgrtienl
i will be rendered against you according to
I the demand of the complaint, which has
I been filed with th. Clerk of said Court.
The action Is brought to recover a Judg
ment against the above named defendants
luletlng plaintiffs title to the following
described lots situate In Ogd-m Clv
Weber County, Stats of Utah, to-wlt; i.oIh
149. 50. 51. and 52. ttlock 1. Park Place
addition to Ogden City. Utah being sub
division of Block fi. plat 'C, " and part of
Block C7. plot "C." Ogden City eurvoy
HALVKI.-SON KI.MHAI.l- ;: FA".!.."
P. O. Address: Suite 605 David Ecdee
'Building Ogden City, Ctnh
.:.Un Vtah. Julj 11 1920
In the Dist.l. 1 Court of Weber Countv
Btate of Utah.
iM.ir: Campbell i-lilntlff, vs Benjamin
R, Campbell, defendant
Th. St.-tto of Ctnh to S ild Fefendnnt
I You are hereby summoned to appear
, within twenty days after service of this
Alias Summons upon you. If served with
In th- County In whl h this action Is
brought: otherwise within thirty des
after sen-Ice, and defend the above en
titled action; and In case of your failure
so to do. Judgment will be render.
against you according to the demand of
the complaint, whl. h has he. n flle.J ith
th. i l. rk 01 said Court.
This action la brought to obtain a Judg
ment and decree dissolving th bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing
between plaintiff and defendant
HAKIMS .v JF.NSON.
P. O Address Suite 313 Col Hudson
Kulldlng ridden Of, 1 tah
- j EST RAY NOTICE
I I have In my possession on grown
I heifer about two veers old, branded qnn
J tor rlrcle W with bar alcove on left libs
' Eai i marked 2 under bit and slit In left
"(ear ( not claimed and taken away, will
j be sold by public ouctlon al my place In
Slatervllle Un Wheeler. Jr.. (jountj
'L id- Supervisor SlutT ill. 352i;
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
; State of I'tah. Of.'ioe of Stnto Road Com
1 mission. Salt Lake City. Ftah.
1 Sealed bids will be received by the
State Road Commission of Utah, Btate
, Capitol. Salt I-'ike Cllv. Utah, at I o'clock
P. m.. July 27. 192". and at that tlmo
; publicly ope ned, for grading nnd con
iStrm ting an eighteen foot (IX-foot) bitu
minous concrete roadway on the state
I road between Ogden and Huntsvllle. a din
I Unco of 7.3G miles, in Weber County.
;Stato of Utah, the same bolng designated
: as rtah Federal Aid Project No. 30
! Plana and snectfleatUms are on file in
the office of tho State Road Commission
Salt Lako City. Utah, and the office of
Bureau of Public Roads, 406 Hudson
Building. Ogden. I tah.
The alove plans and specifications mav
OS Obtained at th? office of the State
Koad Commission on depositing Flvo
($5 00) Dollars. Any additional Informn
I Uon may be secured from the Slate High- I
Way Engineer ot Sail Iako Cltv. Utah
I The right to reject any or all bids Is're
served. Cash or certified check for Flvo Thou.
SUld Dollars ($5000.00) made pavable to'
Hie I'tah Stale Koad rom mission must
company ea. h )ld as f-vld.-n. of gor.,-
j faith and as a gmtninty that If awarded
the contract, tho bidder will execute tho
contract and give bond on required
STTK IUD rOMfissi N !
By IRA R BROWNING,
Ogden Petroleum Co.. prlaejpal place of
business. Ogden. I'tah.
There are delinquent on tho following
'described stocks on nciount of assess
ment No 11 levlel on the 22nd day of
May, 1920. the s. eral amounts set oppo- J
hlte the name.-, of the respective share
holders, as follows:
No. Shares Amount
Alien B, J 44m 1000 $ E 00
I Abbott ; h. i 1000 600
Abbott. G. H. 683 1000 5 n )
Brandon. If. H 665 711 3.55
I By bee, Kmma 551 1400 7 00.
Banchrnnn. Fmll 376 500 2 Ci 1
Child. Mrs. C. C. 657 f.nnO 30.00
Child, Mrs. C. C 462 2000 10 00
Combe. James C4S 1000 B.O I
Da-ls. F. C 318 250 1 2..
Davis. W. C 343 500 2 .'n :
Doyle. A. B 529 6i)0 2 50
Doyle. A. B 671 260 l'26i!
1'iancls. Frank 20 4000 1000 I
Farr, R W .472 1000 5 n.i i
Farr. C. L 454 RO0 2 50 .
I'nrr. .. L.. 631 400 1.2r
Jensen. David 47 1000 6.00
Jensen, David 325 3000 16,03
Jacobs E II ... ...1 10 260 1 2$
Jones. R. M 531 1000 5 00
Karadlmos. Tom 262 1000 f, oo
Light. Lllllo 446 100 50
McCormlck, J. L. ...304 1000 6 00
McErlde Helen ... 6iU :'0ll 1 Oil
Powell, B. C. 286 500 2 50
Pldcoek, J. W 560 150M 7 50
Perrln. Thoa. D 623 1000 6.00
Perrln. Thos. D 623 1000 6 00
Sorenson, Neils 57 2000 10 00
BorensoOi n. N 274 350 175
Wysong, Mattle 170 5uo 2 So
Wilson. W, L 626 217 1 68
And In accordanoe with law so many of
each parcel of uoh stock as may be nec
essary will he sold at the ofico of the
compan No. 304 Twenty fourth Street 1
Ogden. I'tah. on the 23rd day of Julv! I
1920. at the hour of twelve o'clock noon
to pay the delinquent assessments, to
gather with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale.
A. L. OLAKMANN.
S. cretin Trensurer
P. S. Tho above delinquent! are pa
able to tho Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
J R. Hinehollffe ,it the Plnp-i.-e Nations!
Bank, before the above mentioned date?
NOTICC TO CONTRACTORS
Notice Is hereby given that Ogden City
(proposes to mike the following pul.ll,- ni
proveiuent, to-wlt: Construct pavement in
j Paving District No. 133. together With.
work incidental thereto, according to
plana. apuelMcatlon.s and profiles on file
in tho office of the city Engineer And
sealed bids or.. Invited for said work and
'will be received at tho offleo of Hi, ((,.,.
Recorder In the city iiaii :ii Ogden Utah
I Until tm o'clock, u m . on th 19 Ii da
of July. 1920. Instructions to bidders
plans and specifications foi dd Improved
ment . in tie nvn and . ,i,i,in. I l llie ,,f
ii.. ..r th.. City Engineer In the City Ha I
of naid . Its
TIk, right la reserved to reject any and
nil bids and to waive an defects
By order of tho Board of Com'mlssion-
r.v i k-don . 'us . I h.ii ! ,,: . ,1,,. stli da
of Jul;., 930
C. T. MOVES.
First publication. July 9. 1920
Last publication, July U. L82Q
Published in the ogden Standard
; Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signera for Further
"Vil2Y ,,'Vrirt rurt or Second rudl
Clal District In and for the County of
Weber, stnto or rtah
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph W
A raVe, Deceased
Creditors will 'present claims with
VJH?ef ,o,h" undersigned at th" OffiCS
or w R, Skeen, 402 Ceeiea building, be
gen, r tan, on or before the 1st da ol
N o DORA. ARAVE, Administratrix
trlx Attorney for Admin! im
1 Date of first publication Tun. 2", 1020
Pat.- of ij.st publication July 21 19S0
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The b itate of Jacob P Gibson, Deceased
rrcdltors will present their claims
with propor vouchers, to the undersigned
let office of J G. Willis, atiornev. 315
Hudson building Ogden. Ctoh, on or be
ton September 1 al 1 920
M VBSKI. S OIBSON
Admlnlstratrix of tho estate of Jacob P
' wniis. Attorney for Administratrix
Mm publication June 16. 1520
In the District Oourt of tho Second Judi
cial District. In and for Weber County,
State of rtali
I In Re Application of I-mnk Hasron to
Change N ,,,, to Prank Von Mohr
The petition of Fiank Hason, prn Ing
;thrit tho court moke and enter Its decree
I permitting him to co.uo.-, M i name from
I Frank Ha-..-on to Frank 'on Mohr Will
be heard b Department 2 of said court
1 on Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1920,
at 10 a. m.. In the court room of said
I court, al Ogden City. Utah.
Witness my hand and tho seal of this
Court hereunto affiled this 25th da of
I June. 1920.
WALTER N. PARR, Clerk
J C. B KOLLIRTGbWORTH, Atiorncy for
P LU oni r
; In the District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District In and for the County of
W. ber. State of Ptuh
! In the Matter of the Estate of C. 1. John
j son. Deceased
Creditors will present claims with
I vouchers to tho. undersigned at the office
f W. M. Skeen. 02 liccles building. Og
den, Utah, on or bcloro the 1st day of
Bl ' int.. 1. 192"
HARR? HALES, Administrator.
I W. R. Skeen. Attorney for Administrator.
I Date of first publication June 23. 1920.
' of iflji jndjUcation July 21 1980.
Estate of James M Thomas, deceased.
, The petition ,,f Mary T. Thomas, pray
I inr for the admission to probate of the
'last will and testament of said deceased.
1 md r.'i" th. appointment of herasll us the
executrix thereof and that Letters Testa-
inentary thereon be duly Issued In the
manner provided by law, In the above en
titled matter, has been set for hearing be
fOl Hon A W. Agee Judge, on Monday,
tho 20th day of July. 1910. at two (2)
o'clock p. m.. at the County Court House.
in 1 1 m i room of said . ourt, In Ogden
I citv. Weber County, Utah,
1 Witness th. Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed this 14lh day of
Jl"V' lM WALTER N. FARR.
(SEAL) By vGNES SM Clerk.
HARRIS & JENSON. Deputy Clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner.
Nl. W YOKK STOCK I 1ST.
1 Last Sale)
I Allis-Chalmera 37
A1n.rlc.1n Beet Sugar . ....... 91B
American Car V Foundry . 13 7
Am. rlcan Hide Leather pfd . . 87
I American International Corp. .. 85
I American Locomotive 9S7
American Smelting & Kefg. ... 0
1 American Sugar 12 3
American Sumatra Tobacco .... 89
I American T & T 93
American Woolen 88
Anaconda Copper 66 4
, Atchlaon 80 i
All.. Gulf tt W. Indies 166
! baldwtn Locomotive . ....... .1194
Baltimore & Ohio J-"
Bethlehem stool "B" t7,
Canadian Pacific 122
Cmtrul Leather 64
Chandler Motors 99
Chesapeake & Ohio 54
Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul 34
Chicago, R. L & Pac 37 .
Chlno "'oppcr 29
Colorn.l.' Fuel & Iron 34
Corn Products 93'
Crucible Steel ir.3-
t uba Cane Sugar 51
Genornl Electric 140B
General Motors .
Goodrich Co 60
Qreal Northern pfd 78Vrj
Gieat Northern Uro Ctfs 35
I.llnols Centra 81B
I nsplratlon Copper 49 H
int. tier. Marin pfd 92
international Paper 85 Vs
Kennecott copper 25Vs
Louisville & Nahvlllo 100 B
Muxwell Motors' 23 h
Mexican Petroleum . 193
Mi.. in. Copper 21
Mi. bile Slatea OU 2 1 Vi
Mid vole Steel 41
Missouri Pacific . . 26 T
New York Central 09 V
N. Y.. N. II. and Hartford 30
Norfolk & Western 89
Northern Pacific 7 2
Oklahoma Prod. & Ref A4
Pan American Pctrok-uin ...lO-l1
Pennsylvania 39 j
People's Gas 33
Pittsburg and West Va 30
Rny Consolidated Copper 16
Rep. Iron A Steel 93
Royal Dutch. N Y 1 1 4
hell Trans. A- Trad 76
Sinclair con. oil 31
3oUthern Pacific 94
Southern Railway 25
Standard Oil of N. J.. pfd 105 I
II n.lehn linr flAFIIAMtlmi 7 11.
Tennessee Copper 9
Texas Co 46
Texas & Pacific 41
Tobacco Products 451
Transcontinental Oil 15
Union Pacific 116
1 S Food Products 67
I S. Retail Stores 75Vj
U. S. Ind. AlCOhO . . 91
United States Rubber 97
United States Stoel 92
Utah Copper 67
Wcsilnghoti.se Electric 481
wily s t iverland is I
American Zinc. Lead and Sm. .. 14!
Butte and Superior 22
Cala. Petroleum 32
Montana Power 459 M
ShattUOll Arizona 9R
HOU BY M hm:t.
NEW YORK. July 11. --Mercantile
Exchange heavy; .sterling demand
13 89 ; cables $3.90.
Francs: Demand 8. 28c; cables 8 . -30c
Belgian francs: Demand 8.78c; ca
Guilders: Demand 35 12; cables
Lire: Demand 5.90o; rubes 5.82c
Marks Demand 2.53c; cables '' 54e.
New York exchaneg on Montreal
11 per cent discount.
Time loans strong, unchanged
Call money steady I high S per cent;,
lOW B per cent; ruling rate 8 per cent;
Closing bid 7 per cent; offored at 8
pet Cent; Inst loan 8 per cent
N I V YORK Kl GAK.
NEW YORK, July 14. Raw sugar
steady, alea 130,000 bags of Cuban
nnd Porto Ricos; centrifugal 18.56c;
it lined .steady, fine i;i n nulaled 2 2 oil
I lit lire wore about J5 points lower
(or actlo posUlons under scattered
liquidations prompted by the Increas
ed Offerings in the npot murkot.
ALL IS QUIE1 IN
Prices Are Holding Steady
Though Little Business is
The trading todny In mining storks
on the Salt Lake Stork & Mining Ex
ChanBjre was quiet. The gonoral trend
i of the market was steady with the
closing prices prnetlcally the same as
they were yesterday. Tlntie standard
showed :--'me strength, coring with 18.
'" bid and $3.40 ask'-d. no shnres
changing hands througliout tho day.
'Nalldrlvcr changed hands as high as
80 cents, closing strong with this price
bid for it.
Alts Con. sold at 5 ic. Big Hill went
nt 2c, Howell changed hands at 7c,
I.. hi Tlntlc brought Sc, Nalldrlvcr
! was strong at K0c. Emma Silver chang
ed hands ri t T'v', Eureka Bullion went
jut 8 4c, Sler Shield brought 30c.
L'nlon Chief sold nt f, V. nnl fie nnri
; Zuma sold at 18c
(liiotntlons fuiiilshcd ocr private
wire of J. A. Hoglc & Co.,
A Ma Con 05 f .06
, Mblon Oij1 .08
American Con. 01 .02
Alts; Tunnel 04 .05
Beaver Copper 00',i .01
Big Hill 02 Va .03
.Big Cottonwood 01
Black Metals 05 . o5
' oliitubus Rixall ... .48 .48Vi
Crown Point 02 14 .03
IColorado Con 03 .05
Central Eureka 01 .02
I Cardiff 1.30 1.40
I)ragon Con 10
Pay West 4 20 4.60
East Crown Point ... .01 i .02 4
Fast Tin. Coal 01 .Ol'fc
East Tin. Con 05 .07
Eureka Mines 05 4 10
, Eureka Lily 07Vfe .10
Eureka Bullion OS's 09
Km ma Silver 07 .07
Empire Mines 04 Vi 06
. Gold ( haln 06 .10
Howell 06 Va .07
Iron Blossom 26
Iron King 224 .25
Judge Mining 3.90 5.00
Kennebec 10 30
Keystone 75 86
Leonora . 014 01
I ehl Tlntlc 08.; . 08 V
I May Day 02 4 . 03
Miller Hill 02
1 Moscow 02
Michigan-Utah 024 .0214
North Stan 04 .04 M
New Qulncy .05 4
'pohongo 00 4 .01
Nail. Ii her 80 .90
P'utus 31 33
Prince Con 30 Vt .32
Provo 04 .044
I 'aloma (ji
Pl,-n Am.ntln AO ' A m
... in .uj
uico Wellington . .. .i7Vs
! St-Us .05 4 .06
1 811. King Coaln .... 1.17 4 1.55
Bll King Con 1.50 1.62 4
Sioux Con 03 .03-
South Hecl.i 95 1 . 00
South Hecla 3N aboutAKR
South Standard 19 22
Silver Shield 29 4 .31
Tar Baby 03 .05
Tlntlc Central 2 .02
Tintlc Standard .... 3.35 1.40
Utah Cons 01 .014
1 L'ncle Sam 01 014
l'nlon Chief 06 4 .07 4
West Toledo 044 .10
talker 3.15 3.75
IWOodlawn 07 .10
Yankee 02 .04
Zyma 17 .18 4
j Empire Copper . ... .30 .50
Big II ill In 01.1 at 2c.
East Tlntlc. Con. 1000 at 6c.
Howell 3U00 at 7c.
Nuldrlver 200 at 80c.
Eureka Bullion 1000 nt 8c.
Silver King Coal. 100 at J1.50.
South Hecla 30 2-3 at 90c.
South Standard 250 at 20c; 100 at
North Standard 1000 at 4c.
l'nlon Chief 1500 at 44c; 500 at 6c.
West Toledo 2000 at 6c.
Alta Con. 1000 at 5 Ii c.
Albion 400 at 7 4c.
Columbus Ri wall 100 at 48c.
Lehl Tlntlc 3000 at 8c.
New Qulncy 2000 at 54c.
Emma Silver 1000 at 7c.
Sels 500 at 6c.
Silver Shield 500 at 80c.
Walker Mining 50 at $3.20.
Zuma 500 at 18c.
Amal. Sugar $ 14 00 $ 14.25
Con. Wagon 102.00 104.00
Cement Securities 119.00
Utah-Idaho Sugar 8.50'
Lion Coal 65.00 75 00 !
Lion Bonds 91 00 1
Amal, Sugar pfd. ... 100.00 102.75!
Mutual Creamery 11. 00 1
Ugden Port. Cement 95. 00 1
Fir 1 1 National Bank. 330.00
Ellison Ranching 130.00
Security State Bank. 150.00 155 00 I
& C.M. 1 33.00
Qoddard Packing 6.00
Utah Power &. Light 94.00
Sup. Rk. Spgs Coal 117.60
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Cattle Receipts 436; choice heavy
steers $9fiT10; good steern $si9: faJrl
steers JTtS, choice feeder steers $6
fy'7, choice cows and hellers $7' 7 . 50;
fulr to good cows and heifers $6$r7;
cutters $4(96; canners SOt.76;
choice feeder cows J5 6; fat bulls $5
fa 6. bologna bulls J4iQ6; eal calves
$9 fa 9 . 60.
Hogs Receipts 26. choice fnt hogs
175 to 250 lb.s. Il.32614.00; bulk
of sales $13.5013.76; feeders $11
Sheep Receipts 1736. choice lambs
?10 . 50 11 . 50; wethers $78. fat
ewes 55 416; feeder lamb.s $8 10.
Arrivals C. W. Hall, portage. Utah,
1 carload cattle; F. Vaughn, Malad,
Ida.. 2 carloads cattle; Fred J. Klescl j
estate, Arcadia. Ore., 3 carloads cat
tle; Kiesel Fruit and Land company,'
Arcadia, 3 carloads cattle. J. B. White.
Hyrum, (Jtalul car cattle. Peck audi
Benson. Lognil. Utah, carload of cattle
and hogs; 11. E. Wlleon, Watercress. J
I'tah. caroad mules; T. 1k innl I'eeth,
Nov.. 8 carloads sheep; Hyrum Green,
Blaekfoot. Ida.. I cars cattle; H
Met ham, Grace, Ida , 1 carload of cat
tle and hogs.
OM Ml LIVESTOCK.
. .--., .juiv t uuiioa
Stales Bureau of Markets.) Hogs
Receipts 12.000. market steady to 16c
lower; bulk J13 75014. 40; top $16.25.
Cattle Receipts 4000; good and
choice steers steady; best steers $16.
40; medium fed steers weak; other
i lasses steady
Sheep---'Receipts 9 50 0 lambs strong;
beel early sabs range lambs $16.00;
Sheep 25c higher; beat SWSS $7.50.
range yearlings $10.50; feeders steady.
BITTER, AND EGGS.
CHICAGO, July 14 Butter un
changed. Eggs higher; receipts 14.-194 eases
lii'Mr. 42fa'43c. ordinary firsts 3Crti
o':c nl mark, coses Included. 39fa
lllic; storage packed extras 42 4c.
storage packed tlrsts 44c.
Poultry alive lower; lowls IJc;
HUvT SELLING I
IN WALL STREET I
Lower Movement at Midday
Causes Losses in Auto, Steel
and Rail Shares-
NEW YORK. July 14. A firm
undertone prevailed at the opening of
today's stock market, although trad- j
lng was less active than at the outset
of yesterday's session. Favorites ip
the equipment, oil and railway groups
;wero responsive to short covering, en
jpeclally American Car, .Mexican Pe
troleum and Reading In which Initial
advances extended from 1 to almost
1 2 points Tobacco, sugar and rubber
shares also strengthened. American
Woolen was tho only reactionary fea
ture, falling back a large fraction
An extension of tho early advance
was followed by profit taking which
cancelled most gains. Later oils and I
Muyucut ii-uiuieu anoinr rally
i with Independent steels, motors and
investment rails. Mexican Petroleum
rose 2 points. Baldwin 2; Lackawaiv
ni-. 3Vfe; Crucible 2 V4 and Studebakej
16. Conspicuous transportations In
cluded Jersey Cential which jumped
flvo points on a few sales and Cana
dian Pacific and Northern Pacific
gained one point each. Call money
opened at eight per cent, that being
considered a fair rate In view of to
morrows heavy treasury withdrawals.
Foreign exchange was weak, bills on
London fulling three cents below yesi
terday's closing price.
Unfavorable trade reports precipi
tin d the selling movement In automo
bile shares and related Issues at mid
day. Studebaker, Chandler and Gen
er;.l Motors lost 1 to 2 pointH and tho
ruhber tire accessories 1 to 3 points.
'The reversal also affected steels,
equipments and rails.
CHICAGO, July 14. Heavy selling
by a big elevator interest led to a de- tM
Ided setback of prices in the corn
market today. The aggressive selling
began after an initial bulge which ap
Iea red to be due chiefly to demand
frcm pit speculators and commission
houses with eastern connections. Bull
support was lacking, however, when
the market commenced to drop Open
lng prices, which ranged from i to
He higher, with September $1.56l2
to I.5714 and December $1.43 to 1.
Sft, were followed by some further
gains and then by a tumble In some
cases to four cents below yesterday's
Oats gave way with corn. After
op'-iiing unchanged to c higher, in
eluding September at 79 to 7.i'4c, ihr4
market hardened a little more, and
then underwent a sharp decline.
Provisions were weak from the oul
set. The chief bearish factor wa th
immense stock on hand here together
.with absence of foreign demand.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. '
CHICAGO. July 14. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts
( steers generally steady with
yesterday's close; heavywelfht and
iCraasers slow, bulk all weight $12 7
G H.25; canners an,i g00l she-stock t-U
firm; others slow; bulls steady to
strong; calves and stockers steadv;
bulk vealers $ 13 . 50 jy 1 4 . 00. tM
Hogs Receipts 21,000; market
mostly 10 to 15c lower; early trading
limited; bids sharply lower; earlv top
116,1-6: practical (op 616.00;'-bulk
light and light butchers $15.40cft
16 00; bulk 250 lbs. and over $13.t55
16 46; pigs steady to 25c lowor.
Sheep Receipts 17.000; market ao
tive mostly steady; choice weight
lambs 616.60916.76; bulk ?l6.5u?
16 75; choice light weight led vonr
CHICAGO FUTURES. '
CHICAGO. July 14.
Open High Low Closi- 61
S.pt. 11.66 H 1.57i4 1 51U 152 61
Dec. 1.48 1.431- 1.3s i, 1.40s
Sept. .79 .79 .76z ,77
Pec. .76 .77 .75 .75
Ju,V 26 75
Sept. 29.50 29.50 27.90 28 25 -
Bepi 19.25 1.2.'. IS. 75 18.87
Sept. 17.25 1 7.25 16.73 16.95
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July H.
fLnlted States Bureau of Markets.)
Cattle Receipts 5600; beef steers and
she-stock slow. mostly steady to
strong, beef steers bid $16.40; bulk of kH
sales $11. 00 11. 76; most cows
$7.00 9.50; bulls and calves steadv
few vealers $13.00; stockers and feed-
ers steady to strong; canners strong
to higher, mostly $4. 00 6.00.
Hogs Receipts 6000, market
steady to 15c lower; mostly steady;
top $15.85; bulk heavy and medium llfl
$15,254 15.80; bulk light $15.00 6H
Sh. ep Receipts 300; market steadv;
Arizona ewes $7.50; natives $S.00l
lambs steady to 25c lower; Arizona
lambs $15.25; natives $15.75.
CHICAGO. July 14. Wheat No. 4
white new $2.87.
Corn No. 2 mixed si RftU. h 9 sssl
yellow $ 1 . 56 1 . 58. tM
Oats No. t white $1.0051.04: No. kH
3 white 9Sc$1.02.
Hai ley $1 . 19 1 .22.
Timothy seed $10 000 12.00.
Clover syed $25 . 00 It 35 . 00.
Hlbs $15 50(5 16.50.
MET All MARKET.
NEW YORK. July ll. Copper kH
Iron steady, unchanged.
Tin easier; spot and Julv $50.50;
I sad firm; spot and Julv offered at ISSfl
Zinc firm; East St. Louis dellvcrv
spot 7 . 75c bid.
At London: Spot Copper 90 2s
Cd; electrolytic unchanged; tin 2r.."
17s Cd; lead 34 10s. zinc 141 15s. .
LON DON KATES.
LONDON. July 14 bar silver 63d
Money unchanged. H
finLuuui lain nnuri 0111s ' ( o B
per cent; three month bills t per
CHICAGO, July 14. Potatoes.
steady; receipts 4 6 cais; Virginia cob
biers $13 50(iil4.00 barrel; Kans.is
and Missouri early Oh)OS racked and H
Kentucky cobblers $7.00 cwt H
COTTON USED IN JUNE.
WASHINGTON, July 14. Cottoit
consumed during June amounted to H
555,521 bales of lint and 33,960 bales H
of Haters, the census bureau announc- H
Pi I AV YOKK SILVER,
NEW STORK. July 14. Bar atlvef,
domestiO unchanged; foreign un-
Mexican dollars 70 V4r. sEIEIBjJJJj