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MONDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1920. fHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
FOR SALE J
v. Rcai Estate
BY OWNER Six room modern brl k
M500. I68S Monroe, 8683
I .RANI' nn flvo-rnom modern on bomb.
$4500. Swatirr, f'honi' ,H'. 8660
THREE-ROOM hOUM. modern excrpt
bath 86 1 Dan Si 8666
TFIE Of AH ANTV MOET ; A :V. fo
416 Twontyiourih St. Ehon- 2S0, 8
13000 Buys a 5-room rottrurf" with hath. :
rlose in, on Adams avenue, south
of Twcntv-eevonth street. Easy
$.i200 Buys a 3 room brick huntralow. full
basement, icrpinc porch, furnacs
hrat. beautiful lawn and farden,
on the bench, In fine location.
THE OU VRANTY MORTGAGE CO
416 Twenty fourth St. Phones 180. 2S1
OWNER Sftve rommlMlon n'nnJ , '
room modern bungalow. Phono 3222 M.
8018 Monroe nvenu-'
- l ii 153 modern i wo-fiorv bi U k on
'H l-iirh Swane-i Photii- 1 4j ' ' 1
1 BY OWNER Modem home, five la ?c
'JH rooms, hath. panlry eloset.i ale. i
porch, fruit treea flowers. rard-n. Call
afternoons or evening. 13.19 Capitol .
strr-e i. 8j "'' 1
HV OWNER-Strtrflv modern flv. room!
r hrlek bungalow, Inrne lot ElrM class out ,
building :i Aibiiu ii:oii ".i ;r
f.e(i .-n.'ih - 1 1 li iAfl UT'ii:. on hal.'in..
buys a Rood brick house In excellent loca .
J45ii0 buys a 5-room modern tmnplow
with irarace. chicken run sleeping porch,
i-i block from street car. i
Let us help you In e- urine a house ,
with our .;. in and loinlng plan.
CONTINENTAL BUIL.DINU. i'a.-n v
H INVESTMENT CO.
I f. room modern and fares of the .r
wt latest Dutch desipn cement basement,
. furnace he.it. cement walks and driveway.
located on henrh Snn.i rhoM H(,(.c
) V OWNER New modern It-room founga
1 fi low Adams Av- and Twenty-sixth St.
"6n CASH 8SS pei month will buy nice
r.'room moflrm bungalow located 81
IMaia Adam avenue Price $3300 Swaner.
Phone 146 !2
rHI'i:i" R ' M tcf.uie hmiM ;i '1 fifl "
(' fLM M lot. close to shops: city water, electric
1 nci,t 1300 cash. $700 on terms Po" ion
fUF at once. Call 2653 R ater 5 p. m. 6l
'Sff inF.ROdl nicl-in brt.-l .-n '
f act residence district. Price and terma
reasonable. Call 1073 Twenty-fourth St
Uf . L
L rl v.-'it.-i llphts. lot TSxI'ii liv
" . ,-j:,-,n Mi. in .. A v ' ' - ' "
i v.T us ."til your car ' tab iuto ' e
l-'.xchange Cl'l'l W.-irh.nt-Q" Av '
e room rott'ic- nice lot. 'or sale by own- ;
1 rr si'.iHt. 1013 Twgntj flral Bt
f u:m Farm FTrm
j 11 02 acrco oprien Valley, cloac to Cit)
. wells; 86 acres good tlmoth: and mi
iijCfl " acres pood rlv.i hotton lr.nd. plenty
of water, balance paod dry farro and pas
M ture Crops all frcod and ro with fnmi
Ibbbbbbb! It's a -nap See ua at once a- after Jul
4 Itfa not for sale Price only .W500.
Terms easy or will consider small house
SbbbrIS in city part payment I
: I SMITH AND FLINDERS CO
rommercim National Ban!; 3583 ;
BROOM modem brick home; hardwood
1 floors, full basement ; on bench Snap Koi ,
ly & Herrick - '-
frame house, water rwrht 670 Mfhsj)
B SEVEN-ROOM rick house modern with
i.nsem'ent 807 CJiegter Bt 1 -
! rooming hous. i.in.- r.-oms nicely fur-
Wf?M nlshcd. for sale. Twenty-fifth
THREE acre chl. : n nrm rhou- !
APARTMENT houre lo.- In on Wash
inston arenue; has nine two and three
I ' o n npartn.'iit f nr,:,..l.. .1 n- "m-
5 KZS a month Price 111.500 HaH h
1 ' J Might consider rt exebadge. Dox,s'.
JTV Standard Ex:.ininei l8M
jHl EIGHT ro.nn home, i-leepinB r"ri '
il Phone ;S7Q 522
FiTi OWNER Goo'i mmccii room npart
h$M mont house, furnished, sleeping porche,
Rag rant'es finest location In town J14U
iBjl a month Income. Good terms. PbODi 1 B
BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
WE have u lorpc list of Irrigated farms
for sale or trndo Writ" or see WONES
GRISWOLD INV. CO.. Burle Idaho
v l PORTER, Real Batate and Loans
237C Washlnpton avenue Phone 1S76.
OW.'ER-Corner iot 110x1 "8 t
L' V Tvrcnt- -pp. ond nnd ReeVOS avcmio.
v'J Phono 0T6 370
RY OW NER Ei r n n.o.l. rn In
, snaa nlshed hous;- 117 James Courl Phone
NEW C room modern brick bunatalow
IsViK Full basement all modern conveolonces
28th and lo- S514
HBiS TWO fresh milk cows and four spring
- I V T.ep Photo- 1 V I 3l",7-'
'mSM V S0fin AEOLI N i-Uj .-r i..;.n.i lor poo l
IBsw . -
IH9' player piano n illi worth .v rolls f...
J jr J Ford touring car in i condition Appiv
j N 1951 Grant .a v. after G p m 35-i
A S ri"I 1".I!. KER i..or :ni; . ,r lor tiadf for t
a small propert) Phone ir. i 3
YOUNG cow . p.-! v-i 1 1 1 k'ul1nn.; milk ri daj
. Team r ccara old Will trade for cai
Bl aell 86th Si 8B0S
3HcB PARTLY furnished new three room cot
PWWJj tape In OrJen canyon. Range and cltv
NHS water in kitchen, ?$0 for season Phone
' -' i v. . ' 1 ' : .: j
i nki ' ' 1 1 1 '. i . modam apartment, with
CHSl basement; also furnished rooms. 160 1
Twcnt: third 81 Phone 2750 l. 36L's
I'NEl "RMSHEI i ' .in .-ip:.rt iii.-nt. v.ilh
teSM8r sleeping' porch, combination gaa and coal
ri nuo Inquire 2rS Twcnt soventh St.
Rhone 1 p.l J.
STRICTLY modem 4 room p.i rl m n I .
lKu close In: no children 2227 Adams Anc. ,
i iVO find 1 room apartments; pii:,i.
llfgV hath Newly kalsomlned. Close In. Phone
I'WO rooms, pus C3i". Thlrt) flrat ttreet i
Hi FA.- I
4 ROi.l 1S. n o,!. tii Iiouli ;...- .'.lit; . lu- ii
Kelly & Herrlclc 1032
3BaVi 1 n crvlce, HoUtcIn bulls. 1313 Grnnt
I I Ave 8559
I ' vi paintinp. decoratlns and calclmlnlng
HELP WANTED j
V Male and Fiaie j
Hlj CLERKS (men, women) IS upward, for
BSHaj postal mail service, $13 ', month. Exau.1
SU nations July AuRiiat. Experience nnn. e.
Mnff eaeary. For free particulars wrll I
l.'-oii:iril corn,, r civil m-i I. .;i mi n--1 i .
IH S'i7 Equitable building. Wabhlngton.
I TO aalarled people without fccurlty. to
J others on pianoa. furnltur.-. bonda, etc
: Hinjaon BMb phone ;s4
V'ifiOl BICYCIE on Morroe. Owner mav have
aW'SJ h- ide(,:if, inK and paying for thi :..i
''m T. . nti -fourth, 3687
TWO bicycles. Rhone 21103 -R. 3
ll FOR RENT j
ji "ii!? !
EOl'R room cottairc nicely furnished: no
ehlldron Phone 2668-W, 8678
TWO nicely fnmi.-he.l rooms In private
i hom.- Qentlemen onR 887 Twent)
; tl.ir.i 317f'
ITRNISHEP apartmen'. vor' nice; pr!
Sate bath, 4 rooms: also 2 rooms. 27H5
Grant c y.f.f,:
WILL reijl lor five months t.rlnnlnR;
Vuirust 1. five room ftirnlsherl modern
home Twentv se r-nth street bench $50
fall Ijgj M 8677
FURNISHED 3 room modern apartments
. - QUlnCj Am, Rhone HV ; ., ', 4
MODERN house, furnished 8560 Colo's
i ..nn 1 887 W 8590
MODERN housekeeping apartment no
children Plaaa Apartments. 2518 Wash
ington Ave. 3592
NEW house furnished or unfurnished In-rinlr.-
:,7Q Thirtieth St. 3C17
Fl RNISHED housekeeping nnd sieepinK
rooms. 330 Twenty third St v.7i
NICELY furnished room with bnth. ;,r.c,ri
rr.hnrd Ave 3560
WELL furnished apartment on bench;!
piano hath. .Appiv 5 to S p. m Phone 1890
FURNISHED rooms 2.".:2 On hard Ave
Phone 2I99-M 354-
ONE furnlhr,i room references rfiiired.
732 Twent.- fourth Si 8543
3 II.-ifSEKEEPLN'c; rooms furnished Tn"
autre 2165 T.lcr Avenue after G o clock
THREE mod, in roping 223C Grant. 3309 l
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeplnp or,
hou- ke. pinK' 8466 Washington Ave 3361 j
tyjourth St" 8849
GENT'S r'eepln, porch and ro-m P S..i
1 O room npsrtnient. pas 536 Thlrtv
fir.t street 32-'i
I 'l 'RNISHED spartiuents. 20.r,l Washing
ton avenue 90
! A PA R'l MEN 'I iTrui room 237 1 7 Incoln
Rtio'.l ,.3'i T vent v-thlrd Ptr et 3f'91
i 1 RNISHED or anfurhlshed apartments
I for rent 23t! nshlnitcin 3110
VERY desirable rooms reasonable rates
I two minutes from postofflec Gates Ho
tel. 24K Gmnt avenue 8067
Ri ii T :."n T-.v -ntx third 8091
N'h'E Ian... molcni roornr t.reakfaf.t if
deslsed. Reference required. 2C39 Jcffer
. Wanted J
Male Help I
EXPERIENCED2 Janitor at oner good
wages. Apply Bhjngton Market S685
kLEN wanted at Intermountain Conprel
Co.. Twentieth nnd Lincoln, at 7 n. m.
FIRST . Ii" .lid h. r Phone .3 2 7 S .
Mr Neal Wei tgrn m i - .
STOREKEEPERS familiar with shelf
and heavy hardware Out of town moving
expenses paid. Good salary and promotion
for real stock men Iarre corporation, i
Write i-xpeilenoi- :,nd reference 322 Kc.
IPs Huildlnc. t iK.h-n I t - I. " ' '
FL1 NO i i eight week M. C. A
Anio School, Los Angeles 3218
R"l l 1 1. ' . 1 1 I ' ' Ho-" ' "lr'i
LXP'vRH'JNOPP enocr-iphe- jounK,
man preferred 52 Ecclet Bldg 80M
WRINi iER : inn and linen checker 0 P
r wAi?rH I
j Female Hejp J
. I iOIII.MJ V IIHM,lilII IIUll. 1. -' t"V
Iferred, aj hous. keeper for middle aped
1 1 Widower; Miiall family. For further par
ItUulars address R J., P 0. I5ox 12. Og
Iden l:PER. 1"N .. V.OI- M. .let. On
i work. Call in person. Stlmson's Cafe. 36R3
W iNTEI.1 l"o:i.p- t.-ril wnm.'in lor houae.
Work In the canyoii. Phone Mrs, Blnford. I
26 .i 3 1
DR E S slAKI NcT j
i ALL size knife pleating, Phone 231S M
HEM ST ITCHING AND PICOT EDGE
The LighthOUSS 2452 Washington Ave . 1
: opposite the Plngvoe bank. Phone r,M
Pron n r Ice. 312-i '
H . n 1 1 1 1 1 . r.r pi. i.t - 1 1: . t.ul I . .iih. I I .
; int: and pleating. Second floor w H.
I W rltrht K ons. Mrs H Layman. 1169
j' To Buv
BY re.pon.lhle partv. a IIrIiI five pa.-;r. n-:
iBcr car. Ford tearing preferred. Give
caah price. Box 89, care Standard-Exam-,
HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes.
I Send a pos'.nl New York Clothlnti Store ;
: TwenH il.'th St 8421
RI I. LET-' . rid h. nr nl' ,.t . RI - :
I Western Grain & Peed Co. 2354 Wash-1
j in7tcn Aw 33S6
WE u;.' ail earn regardless of .on'.:i
tion Auto Salvage -''4 Grant Ave
'' &ST H
I FRIDAY morning, black leather traveling
bag at entrance of i-wis camp, 0(,i-r.
canyon, contilning clothing, name and
address of owner inside bag. Finder CaUl
108 between S nnd 5. Rewind 8690
PARCEL containing piano icnrf. Return
to Sylvia Dee Art Shop. Reward. 3695
R'H K I'll ,i : i R ITT"; 11, mit,,C.- -villi
Identifirallon cards C. P. L. Fitzgerald !
Phone I4-R '.' Reward,
LONG Line1 pin seal purse, containing
check book and key Return to exchange I
I d : k, Wrl,:- ' i R. w ii rd
! I I, 'K ..'i I whit follle pup R. n.,,d li
i-turned Address Box 45, rare Standard !
.nin. r 8686
1 U, S TIRE mounted, vlzr 86z4Vi T7"
turn to The National Outfitting Co'. Re I
AN Eastern Stsr fln surrounded by pearls
Ion Tw rnty-thlrd otreet or along Washing-
't in Ae Rewaifl. Phcme L-m- . 3531
; 1 .OST - A I i ap ho.ji.-r - I i c.ph t.r in. .1 1 1
Kinder return to George E. Browning and I
ba i ew .. rded 5 1 9
I STENOGRAPHER wlrhes posillon Call
I 1981-M. 3507 1
EE V "I If E i.nrtf whiles position 35fi I
Franklin Ave. 35(5 '
1 R U 'SE pnlnt Ini? i 'nil IT, J -1 ; '
'."i.iM.-n i-.iin. . suf I'i In New .-.!-,
land In 1.893 !
I Mitcellapecua j
1PRICOTC nr.d potatoes. Finest oiMih.
1801 Canyon road. Phone Sf. 3fi97
I OUR burner oil r inge with oven. Phone
1220 ,T, 3 Cfil
FURNITURE! for 3 rooms, good as new.
i 167 Twenty -nth Ft 8658
El'-YCLE. almost nev,-, I 'nil 3177 1 86W
GOLDEN mk china cabinet Rear 73 s
r-.-. .-nt sixth 3.i I
ONE i .-.m weiphi ii1ku( 13HII lh.. en.-h,
$9u ink. i the two J H Bartyn, Hooper.
HOME conifoit ranre washing machine,
writing desk waih stand dresser 80S
Washington Ave. 8661
I i.EESE fo- sale cheap. 3131 Washing
ton . 3650
PRACTICM.LY new vl ker bugg heap.
, f&3 Twentv-flfih Si 3M9
IIOI'.VD oak eonibination -n I and cas
stoe practically n.w m Twentj eighth
1917 INDIAN motorcycle, twin. A, P. C
generator speedometei tandem, new
tin -. ;iiui )usi reoatnted; first class shape,
for $22". i'-iii at 362 West Twentieth SI
FIRST In-.' Inll.-m motoi'.cle 22e- lef
ferson Ave. 8608
I I "M EI ' on k mis i.on -h l'-n I hei r M.--)i
Ion dresser, chairs, buffet china closet,
dining room table nnd chairs 1024 Twen-
t fifth St 8607
ONI almost new No 2 Monarch type
writer (h.-np If taken at once Call 912
1IOWARH piano, r'"1 condition, a bar
gain Address N. :are Standard Examlncr
LET in -II voui car Etah Auto Tire &
Exchange. 2224 rVashlngton Ave. 8608
THREE sr-T R.n H:i 1 1.- Pav-'dson motor
cycle, electrically equipped. In A-l condi
tion Will sell rhfRp for rash or trade In
on '-ar 3311 fluids ,V n.'
12x14 WALL tenl l2-oune duck, aimos'
new. $J7 819 Twent; -fourth SI "J
GOOD sc. ond hend re built b'cycles cheap
Ii twin Indian In good co-.tdltlon 334 1
Chllds Vve 8570
BURROlTGII S ndvllncr m.n Inn.- for file
InqAiire in Twenty third SI '". 7 2
i'i ii :,i . f i. ..h mii.-h . ..v.- 1915 i ; nl Avt
new ftimed onk piano, Ohio lum
cleaner and other furniture 4".n Twent
ninth Bt Phone 314S 8566
v I yol'N .-. ii -nle fresh ST. I Thlr
tieth Bi .lames Gernt.'on 3 ."..12
3 ROOMS hou-ehr.ld furniture cheap If
taken at once Washington Av; 8561
1 m scout uniforms A few well Wored
I scout O. D. serge uniform Very low
priced Small sl7.es. Dundco Woolen MHIs.
2 131 Hudson ye ' " '
( -LARK JEWL'LL gn nii'i:- mens on
top four holt I Phone 1897 J, 34 97
CANARY birds, Mnk-.-r3 223 Twent fifth
ri.'w good uncalled for suits, two prirt
of panls t 1th vcr BUit, cheap Scotch
W .. '. n Mills 2309 Washington v-.- 3371
HOSE counter( m-cj'cle, smokestacvi
camera, tripod, surveyor's tape P. 333
1 W'f 1 LEI ' for mils A few oi Those
v. .-II. nt Dundee tailored suits, varlou'.
sizes, one frock, selling at cost Dundee
Woolen Mill! Hudson Avenue 3!C9
I "A N A R i birds 2.'2U Lincoln avenue
11. ..(.- ind .iih".' mu.'.lfj:! 1 r tm.aicr t s.
Terms without Interest. Pantone. 2S74
Ec.f A 1.1. ED I'.r suit tailor made, hl
r.ducMon Gordon's. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
Bt Phe.no 410 1157
PAINTS AND VAPNISH
Buv your paint at Stov'f'a and save
money 1S00 Washington aimuc. Phone
FOR SALE Autoi J
I FORD bug good condition, good tires
I ' "ii 231 1 M. 8684
FOR SALE Bj ownt i Oakland touring
Icar, practically new. Phone 957-W. 3635
I FTVE-PASSENGEF, Old mobile; froni
.seat cut to inak.- bed: the car ou will
want for your vacation 412 Seventeenth
'NEW end n -eel arr nr.- hi -nl.' Hu nes
'20 model chummv Etah Auto Tire Ex-
change. 2221 Washington Ave. 8602
LET us ;iell c.ur enr 1 Inh Auto Tire
, Exchange, 2224 Washington Ave, 8601
1 'halnu rx 6 30 cabi lolol
f Maxwell 16.
, Ru'ck C-37.
All In first clas? condition and prod cars 1
U EEI.lt TAYLOR AUTO ' '.
2883 Hudson Ays 8600
E)RD roadater g.xid shape, bargain at!
$40fi, electrically equipped Oakland tour I
I (rig - nr overhauled this spring: new pnlnt.
new tires; 2 extras. $800 willard Service I
'Station 2434 Grant Ave- Phone 916. 2599!
BRAND new latest model 5 passenger 1
Chevrolet with .-xtra tire and lube, $JJ45. I
Inquire 819 Twenty fourth st 3566
R ' 7 I'i 'RD .-out'. . A pp' '. 1 ''l Tw e i 1
A I Ti'Mi'Iill.E for ral- c,, ap ;.- 1 .1 . 1 ,. r -
2371 I hid.-. m A - 1627
FOP. SALE Hy owner: Good family auto I
1 heap Phone 1 127 3359
j WAIHiTED j
j.N Ogd. 11 Examiner of April 2. 1920 The
Itandard-Examiner 3".;. 1
RELIABLE p i vm will . nr.- iot upilcht
I piano for use. Call telephone 3112 J he
tw. .-ii 0 and 7 eenlng:i. 3i!41 '
! WANTEl5 j
I To Rent j
jo ROOM modern unfurnished house good
' residence district; man and wife Phone
E.x.'hange 2(jon. Room S. or Box 20. Stand- j
I nrd-Exaniiner. 3665'
RA August 1 three, fe.u.- or fl e room nn !
furnished house; permanent renters; no1
children B R. S , Standard Examiner I
' Iffli . 2i;.;i
I NI'I'RMSIIED house bv August
ol references, no children fall 1411 J 1
.". op r, l:i 11 il li...ir.. f,;,: two months
Phone 2915 R. 8604 '
WA NT ED Furnished 4 or 5 ro..rn cottage'
or apartment: giound floor modern; per ,
manent by couple. Address Box 507. caro
I -ill. In id Ex: I' r ;r,"',
SECOND hand goods lought and aold T. I
C. Ivcrson, 1C40 Washington. Phoina 49
IVK take your old range as llnu paym.-nt
on nny now roxiKa. or will buy your old
run,-.' outrlcht. Homo Fnrnlturo Co. 467i
Orango Frr-e State often has de
structive locust plaguea.
$2 00 prn LiNr pr.R MONTH
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
hoveht. sold or trade Phf.ne 333.
DOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwoll Rook and Stationery ?.16J
Washington Ave. Plione 360 2053
I Utah Natltonal Rank, southeast coiner
Twenty -fourth nnd Washington Phona ci
Dr. Heber 3 McKay. Chiropractor. 213
fol Hudson Building 3243
CARPENTER AND J03BER
F. Stnjppick. carpenter and Jobber. 153
Twenty third St Phone iqis. 3422
' CARPET CLEANING
K. Van Kanipen for uphol.lertnK. car
peta cleaned, ultrred and la'd Remaking
of mattresses Phone 27R2-J.
I Expert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and sprlnga re
atretehfd CaM E. J. Hampton Co..
.Festhei renovatlnit Phono 26S6-W.
i Phone 133. 2258-CO Washington Ave.
'CHOP 8UEV AND NOODLE3
Marsuba A Co leading Japaaeaa rea
1 taurant In Ogden. 878 84th St
I DRESSMAKING and silk shirts made to
.order. Phono 1095 M 622 Thirtieth St.
CHILDREN'S s.winK Phone 1440 2U4-:
; Monroe Ave. ' 2840
The Ncjw Method Dentist sr special-
lets In all branches of Dntlatry 14fii
1 Washington Ave 230J
Ocdn Engraving Servlra r 1 . makers
I of fine cut.s In one or mo.j olor. 4H
1 Twenty -four St. street Pnoi. 03
j Geo. D. Bennett, corporation and croup
I Insurance a specialty Phone 184-W 161
1 e-x H Mciy-s. 11. si. b i.t .-.(;. -nl New York
Life Instirance Co 442 Blnford avenue
, Phone 14C7 and 1'77 W 2S7
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & Junk Co.. 2223 Wash
I Iruron Av Phone C
Ogden f ink llou..e. Z, Washington
I Ave. Phone 210
PAPER H AN G I N G
Paper hanging, pnlntlnj,-. kalsomlnlm..
paper cleaning. Reasonable. 3220 R.
lloofa repaired and painted Call 945 J
j REAL ESTATE
Willard Kay real estata and loans
, 2474 Waahlnrton Av Phone 409. 1874
Garbage, and rubbish hauled cesspool
nnd toilets Cleaned John Chlpp 6c Co
; Phone 828, 2348 HudSOb Avenuti, S733
.TRUNKS AND CAQ8
I Trunk and bajB repSJling round cor
ner from Standard Gallucher's, .'273 Hud-
90D p 211J
EXPERT window and wall paoer clean -InR
American Window Cleaning Ph E33
Wm. Van I r Woude, licensed sower
digger and water service. Sewer cleaning
, etc., cess pools. Phone 2115-W 925 Rush
ton St 3524
j torrentT I
, THREE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition. $1 duy. Call J Barlow. 2384-J
; y -
OHIo uicumm, Jl day Phone 81t
; STOR AGE loom for r. nt Call Aabvnto
'n . Product .) Phone 1416-W 3r.7"
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
State of Utah, Office of State Road Com
mission. Salt Ijike t'lt Utah
Sealed bids will h" received by the
State Road Commission of Utah. State
Capitol. Salt I-nk. Dlty Utah, nt 2 o'clock
P m.. July 27, 1920. and nt that time,
publicly opened, for grading and con
structing nn eighteen-foot f!8 foot) bitu
11 iii" 1 concrete ivaM WBX on the slate
road between Ogden and Huntsvllle. a dls
tanrc of 7.36 miles, In Weber County,
State of Utah the .-Jim.- being designated 1
as Utah Federal Aid Project No. 30. I
Plans and specifications are on file In
the office of the Stat.- Road t'ommlsslon.
Salt Iake City. Utah, and the office of
Bureau of Public Roads. 406 Hudson
Building, Ogden. I tah
The abovo plans and specifications mav
If obi aim d a I t h ' office of the St :, I ,
Road Coiiiuilsdion on depositing Five '
f$5 00) Dollars Any additional Informa '
Hon may he seemed from the State High-1
way Engineer at Sail Iake City. Utah
The right to reject nny or all bids Is ro I
Cash or certified check for Five Tho 1- '
sand Dollars ($6000.00) made payable to
the Etah State Road Commission must ac
company each bid as evidence of good
taltli and as a guaranty that if awarded
the contract, the bidder will execute the
contract and give bond n.s required
STATE ROAD t'OM.MlSSI "N.
By IRA R FROWNING,
Bi Cretan 3 136
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
In the District Ooi.rt of the Second Judl
cial District. In and for Weber Countv.
Stat.- of Utah,
III Re Application of Frank Hasson to
Chango His Name to Frank Yon Mohr.
The petition of Frank II 11 son. praying
that the court make und enter its decree 1
permitting him to change his name from
Frank Hasson to Frank Yon Mohr will
be heard by Department 2 of said court
on Monday the 2nd duy of August. 1920.
at 10 a. in., In the court room of said
court, ut Ogden City 1 tah
Witness in;, hand nnd the seal of this
court hereunto ulflxed this 29th day of
WALTER N FAR R. Clerk. ,
C. R. HOLL.INGSWORTH, Attorney for!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of tho Second Judl '
cial District. State of Utah. Within and
for Weber Countv.
In the Blatter d the Estate of Arthur J.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, at tho of
fice of W. H. R. . d. i. Ii . suite 629 Be
cles building Ogden City, Etah. on or be
fore the 19th day of September. 1920,
ARTHUR D. STARLINGS.
Date of first publication July 19. 1920.
Date of second publication August 23. 1920
W. H. Reedor, Jr., Attorney for Ad
Arabians, who have always been
heavy buyers of condensed ntllk, re
fuse to use powdered milk.
Richard II was the greatest fop
of his day. I
An ordinance levying a tax and for tie
SJjasMmcnt of pioperty on both aides o
thirtieth Street between Washington
and Lincoln Avenues, the south -d.l.
only of Thirtieth Street between Lin I
coin and Plngree Avenues, and both
lds of Thirtieth Street between Pin-I
gr 0 Avenue and a point sr,7 s feet west
of Wall Avenue in Paving District No 1
130 'or the purpose of providing for th.
paving, gi adlin;. con.-M uctlng comhlna
lion curbs r.p'1 gutters, and private
driveways, sldowaiks. drainage and IitI-I
gallon systems to carry water along and
across streets end intersections, and for
extending prlvat. water and sewer aorv
Ice connections from the mains to the
back of the curh line, together with nil
other things necessary to do nnd to
fully complete atild work.
Be It ordained ny the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City. Utah:
SECTION 1 Thar the R,lird of Com
missioners of Otfdcn Cltv, Utah dues
hereby levy the lax and provide for the
1 us men t of the s.-nue upon (he property
h.-ieinafter described In Paving District
No ISO for the purpose of providing for
the paving i:rndlng, conn ructlng com
bl nation curbs ann putters and private
drive wavs. sidewalks, ri.-ulnngc and Irrl
gation systems to carry water along and
..crop:) .-tieiM And Intersections and lor
extending private we.ter and newer serv
ice connection from the mains to the
back of the curb liiie together with all
other things necessary to do and to fuilv
complete said work on Loth sides of Thir
tieth Street between Washington and Lin
coin A., m .'.m. the Bouth sldo only of Thir
tieth Street between Lincoln and Plngree
Avenues, nnd both cides of Thirtieth
Street between Plngree Avenue and a
point S57.8 feet west of Wall Avenue, to
Wit! Pait of Lot 2rt, Block 10, South Og
den Survey; Lot 11, Block 10, South og
den Survey; Lot 13, Block 10; South Og
den BurvaV! I.of K nnel 97 nien-k 1
, Dunn'.i Addition; Lota 1 in n, In-luslvo,
Block .3, Dunn's Addition;: Lots 27 to 62
inclusive, Blocs 8 Central Park Addition
I 10 to 31. inclusive. Rlock 1, Central
Parh Addition. Lots 20 and 21, Block 1
Kir m .,itlon lV-t.M I lu Id. Inclusive
Block 2. King's Addition and Iots 1 to
28, Inclusive, Block 3. King's Addition, all
1 In Ogden City Burvej to s depth of fifty
I feet back from the street line.
ThJa Lax Is levied to defrav the ex-'
pi n Ii i of paving the roadway of Thirtieth
Street between Wamington and Lincoln
Avenues the south one half only of the
roadway on Thirtieth Street between Lin
coin and Plngree Avenues, and thu road
way of Thirtieth Street between Pingree
I Avenue and a point 857. S feet west of
1 Wall Avenue with two Inchci bltullthlc
w. 'ring mrfare In'.d r,n 11 six Inch Port
I land cement concrete foundation, and also.
I for grading, constructing combination
curba and gutters and, private driveways,
i sidewalks, drainage and irrigation .-.
1 terns to curry svater along and across '
Streets and Intersections, and for extend
ing private water and sewer service con
inectlona from the mains to the back of
I the curb line, together with all other:
i things necessary to do and to fully com
1 Plele said work the puruons of said
street opposite the property hereinbefore:
and hereinafter described to be especially
affected and benefited by said Improve-j
ment, nnd It Is her. by adjudped, deter
j mineel and established that said property
I will he especially benefited thereby to the 1
' full amount of the tax hereby levieel and
said parcels are hereby ajisessed at an
eepial and uniform rate in accordance with
the linear foot frontage upon yald por
tions of s:-.ld street fronting upon and to S
; depth of fifty feet back therefrom And
1 the tax hereby levied and'to be assessed
'upon said parceds of land on both sides
Ol Thirtieth Street between Washington
and Lincoln Avenues, the south side only,
iof Thlrtioth Street between Lincoln and
Plngree Avenui s. and both sides of Thir- '
tleth Street between 1 mgree Av nun and
'a point S57 8 feet west of Wall Avenue Is
$48,81987. being $9 235343 per front foot;
of abutting properly for paving, grading
constructing sldewaJka, drainage and irri
gation systems, together with all work !n
ddental thereto, and $15 130,01. being
$2.S62171 per front foot of abutting prop-;
ert for constructing combination curbs
and gutters, there being 5286.2 lineal feet
.l.,.,,Us n.. I.I t..llnna i-xf unl.l ln.nrr,v... .
ment. also 8618.60 lor private water serv
ice connections, there being eight private ,
water service connections at $37 So each.'
one private water service connection at
$39. 75. one private water service connec
Hon nt 144.00. two private water service !
connections at $13.50 e:ich, and three prl 1
vale water service connections at $46.25 1
each, there being a total of fifteen mivatl
water service connections; and $972.00 for
private sever service connections, there
being five private sewer service connec- 1
tlons at $108.00 each, ond nine private I
-. nrer service connections at $18 00 each,
there being a total of fourteen private!
SI w.-r service connections; also $190.34 for.
building private driveways, there being
thirty one private driveways at $11. 00
each," and one private driveway at $56 34. 1
there being a total of thlrt two prlvat
driveway. The o.H 01 constructing salt I
p.iv.ng. grading, combination curbs and I
gutters and private driveways, sidewalks :
drainage and Irrigation Systems, and foi !
extending private watei and sewer sery-!
Ice connection from the mains to the
back of the curb line .together with all j
Work Incidental thereto, and the pro pert
benefited thereby Ij hereinbefore unci
hereinafter set out and all within the
boundaries of the lot, blocks and street
above mentioned n said district, which is,
the T t it I cost unil c,,.,s per 11. mt loot ol
said Improvement according to the con
tract entered into for the performance of
aid work and making of said Improve
ment With Moran Paving Company dated
March 81. 1980, and the Treasurer is here- ,
by authorized and directed to assess and
collect said lux in accordance with the
provisions of this ordinance for the pur
poses herein mentioned.
Property assessed for paving, grading I
constructing combination curbs and gut ,
tars and private driveways, sidewalks.
drainage and Irrigation systems to carry
water along :in.l ... ess streets und int-r
sections, and for extending private water,
and sewer service connections from the j
mains to the back of the curb line, togeth
er with all other things necessary to do,
and to fuilv complete said work; Part of I
Ixt 2C. Block 10. Si uth Ogden Survi v, Lot
11. Block 10, South Ogden Survey; Lot I
13, Rlock 10, South Ogden Surve ; Lots
2fi and 27. Block 1, Dunn's Addition; Iils
1 to 19. inclusive. Block 3. Dunn's Addl
I lion; IxUs 27 to 52, Inclusive. Block 2 Cen
tral Purl; Addition Lots 10 to 31 Inclu
sive. Rlock I, Central Park Addition; Lots
j 20 and 21, Block 1. King's Addition; Lots
II to 19. Inclusive. Block 2. Klng'a Addl
jtlon: and Iots 1 to 28. Inclusive. Block 3,
King's Addition, all In Ogden City Sur
. vev, 10 it depth of fifty ret t back from
I the street line.
I SBCTION 2. Sold tax shall become
due, payable and delinquent In ten (10)
'Installments as lollows: One tenth there
of nhall become delinquent In fifty days
after the date of the ordinance confirm
Ing I he levy of the tax for the payment
of such Improvement becomes effective
One- tenth thereof In one year after such
ordinance becomes effective, one tenth
thereof in two years after such oidlnnn. a
becomes effective, one-tenth thereof In
three years after such ordinance becomes
effective, one tenth in four years after
such ordinance becomes oiU'ctive. one
tenth thereof In five years after such or
dinance becomes effective. one tenth
thereof in six years after such ordinance
becomes effective, one-tenth thereof In
seven years after such ordinance becomes
effective, one-tenth thereof in eight years
after such ordinance becomes effective,
and one-tenth thereof In nine years after
such ordinance becomes effective Em h
and every Installment of said lax shall
hear Interest at the rate of six (G) per
cent per annum from the date of the ordl
Inancs confirming the tax lew becomes
I FOR LITTLE FOLKS
MLR, MOlsrS BUSY DAY
Munchle Mouse was serving the
( heese-cakes to Tlngallhg, Nancy and
Nick, and the Magical Mushroom,
when a speaking-tube in the wall blew
a schrill blast.
MunchlS laid down the plate he was
pILng up with goodloB and went to
"Hello.'' he eQllCd. "Yes, this Is the
Janitor Who? Oh,, yes, Mrs. Squir
rel. AM rlcht. Just a minute, I'll call
I Mrs. Mouse
It's you's wanted, Mathilda," he
said, coming back. "It's Mrs. Squir
So Mathilda stopped pouring
coffee and went to the speaklnsf-tube
"Why. Mrs Bqulrrel, j ou didn't have
any yellow and orange and green
handkerchief in the wash this week,
I'm sure," she declared after she had
listened a minute to Mrs. Squirrel's
complaint "There was a white and red
and blue table-cover, and a pink and
lemon-colored roller towel, and a dah-
effective and all installments shall bear
Interest at the rat.- of elffbt (8) per cent
per ..nnuni from the dntii of dellnqu. 1
SECTION 3 This ordinance sh.-ill ti. k-
effect upon Its passage, approval and r it)
Adopted and passed b the Board of.
Commissioners of Ogden City. I tan
July 16, 1820
C. T. MOTES, City Recorder.
State of I'tah. County of Weher ss
L C T. Moves, cltv recorder of Ocden
City Etah do hereby certify that the'
above and foregoing is a full true and
corroet copy of an ordinance entitled, "An
Ordinance levying u tax and for the as
sessment of property on both side ol Thir
tieth Street between Washington and
Lincoln Avenues, tho south side only of
Thirtieth Street between Lincoln and
Plngree Avenues, and both sides of Thlr j
tilth Street between Plngree Avenue and
B iolnt fc57.S feet west of Wall Avenue In
Paving District No. 130 for the purpose 1
Of providing for the paving grading, con
tnictlng combination curbs and gutters,
and private driveways. SldewaJka drain
age unci Irrigation syrtems to carry water 1
along ami across streets and Intersections,
aivd for extending private water nnd sewer
service connections from the mains to th
back of the curb line, together with all
other thing necessary to do and to fully
complete :iid work " adopted and pa.ssed
by the Hoard of Commissioners of said
Ogden City, Utah, on the 15lh day of
July, 1920, as tho same appears of record
in my office.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the corporate seal of
Ogden City, this lth day or July. 1920.
C T. MOVES.
OEM.) City Recorder.
Paving District No. 130
Published July 17. 1920. in The Ogden j
Stand;, ro I Ix.unlner
Ogden Petroleum Co., prhstlpal place of 1
business. Ogden, Etah.
There are delinquent on the following
described stocks on account of assess
ment No. 11 levied on the 22nd day of
'.lay. 1920. the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the respective share
holder.-, as follows.
No. Shares Amount
Allen. E J .... 440 1000 $ 5 00
Ahbott, t. H r.l 1000 6.00 1
Abbott. G. H. 683 1000 5.01 1
j Brandon M II 6f!5 711 3 55;
!B.bee. Emma 551 1400 7.'i0
Bauchman. Emil .....376 500 2.6i
Child Mrs C. C 657 6000 30.00
Child. Mr.i C. C 462 2000 10 1)0
Combe. James 648 1000 5.00
Davis. P. C .318 250 1 2o I
'Davis. W E 342 500 2.50 I
1 Doyle. A B 529 500 2.50 1
! Do vie. A. B 671 250 1 25
iFianclF. Frank 20 4000 20 00 !
Farr. R W 472 1000 6.00 1
Farr. CI 164 500 2.60;
1 Farr. C. L. 631 400 1.25
iJensen. David 47 1000 5.00
Jensen, David 325 3000 15.00
'Jacobs E. H 140 250 1.25
Jones. R. M 531 1000 5.00
! Kuradlnios. Tom 262 1000 6.00 1
,' Light. Lilllo 446 100 .501
1 McCormick, J. L. ...304 1000 6.00 1
McRrlde. Helen 601 200 1.00 I
' Powell. S. C 286 600 2 50
I PldCOCk. J W. 550 150'J 7.60
Perrin. Tho-i. D 623 1000 6.00
; Perrln. Thos. D. 623 1000 6.00
Sorenson, Nels 57 2000 10.00
Sorenson II N 274 150 175
Wysong, Mattlo .170 500 2.50
Wilson. W M 626 217 1.5S
And In accordance with law so many of j
leach parcel of such stock as may be nee-1
essary will bo sold at the ofice of the
I company, No. 364 Twenty-fourth Street
I Ogden, Utah, on the 23rd day of July,
1920 at the hour of twelve o'clock noon
to pay tho delinquent assessments, to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale
A L. GLASMANN,
Secretary -Treasurer. '
P. S. The above delinquents arc- pay
abio to the Assistant Sec re tarv -Treasurer,
J. R. Hlnchcllffe, at the Plngree National
Bank, before tho abovo mentioned date.
OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING OF DON SOLDAT
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting Of the stockholder of tho Bon,
Boldat Mining Company will be held at ;
the Weber County Court House. In the
court room of Department No. 1 thereof.
11 Ogden 'lty, Etah, on Monday, the 2nd I
day of August. 1920. at 8 o'clock p. m.. for
thfl purpose of electing new directors und j
1 oni d. i lng and acting upon a proposition !
to sell the patented mining claims of yald
company and reorganizing the same
This notice Is given by Irtue of au
thorlty vested In me as the owner and
holder" of one third of the capital stock of
the said Bon Soldat Mining Compam
GEORGE W MILLER
Date of first publication. Julv 18 192
I Last publication. August 3. 1920
Us and gooseberry-colored chair tidy. it
bui no handkerchief llko you saw i
What's that? You've Just found It! fj
Mr, Squirrel using It for a shoe cloth'
My! M : Oh. that's all right. Mrs. i
1 Squirrel, no harm done "
And Mrn. Munchlo returned to her '
i Munchlo had Just served Nancy3 jT
plate and was beginning on Nick's t
when the whistle blew again So over "
he went. I
1 "Hollo,' he called patiently. "Mr. l-
.Who? Oh, yes, Mr Coon. Yes, T sent '
our Ice! That's queer' No shower r
'either'1 That's queer too! 1 'n I see it
1 was you were late getting up, so the
lco melted and made the shower. All
right, you needn't pay the Ice man. f
I'll pay him. I
And Mr. Munchle Mojiso returned to j,
I the tabic. He was serving Mr. Tinga- .
ling's plute when tho whistle blow
"Hopping huckleberries!" exclaimed
tho fairynian "Don't thoy eer give
'you a rest .'" BaaaaS
JLEGAL NOTICES fl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Jfl
Notice Is h. reby given that Ogd en City E
inoposes fo nink. the following public lin- f
provement, town Construct pavement in T
Paving District No. 133. together with
work Incidental thereto, according to
plans. speolMcntlnru and profiles on file
In th or.'.e ,,f ii,,- Clt Engineer And
sealed blip r- Invited for said work and
Will he receive.! .it the office of the City
Recorder In the Cltj Hall at Ogden, Utah f
until t--n ..'. !i k a m., on the 29rh day
of July. 1920 In: mictions to bidders,
pl.-ms -nd specifications for said Improve- It
ment can ho seen nnd examined at the of- f
S Ol the City Engineer In tho City Ha. I 1
0.' said city. 1
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids and to walvi. any defects . M
By order of the Board of Commission
ers of Ogden City. Utah, this, the Sth day
of July. RL'O 1
C. T. MOTES
First publication. July 0. 1920
Last publication, July 28, 1920
Published In tho Ogden Standard
Ex'tiuiner j 111
DAIRY OMRS I
fifld 10 61 I
Milk Producers Plan to Shake M
Off Dictation by the !
N. E. A Staff Special.
NEW YORK, July 19 A stop for- Ml
ward in the direction of complete iu-
dependence from milk-dlstrlbutlnir
companies Is being taken by th- dairy fl
fanners of New York and five adpoln- I
Some 83,000 of these, organized in
the Dairymen's League. luc , already
own co-operatively 12 country milk
plants, and a campaign has just been
i launched to establish new plants in
I in different sections of league terri
tory. The new project Involves rnis
Ing a fund of m arly $4,000,000.
All Milk Products :
The plants include fluid milk ship
ping stations, butter and cheese fac
tories and places for tho manufacture
j of condenser, powdered and evaporat
ed milk and other milk products.
Until fanners set out to get pos
session of country milk stations all
such plants were owned by the dlstrib
utors and manufacturers. Under the
I new scheme of things the farmer will
be a manufacturer as well as a pro-
According to league officials tho
co-operative plan will give the pro
ducer a steady market, for his milk and j
assure him a more equitable dlstribu
Ition of the proceeds. Co-operative ac
Jtivlties will result in reduced costs,'
the declare, and consumers will reap
the benefits jj
Fair Price, More Trade. I
Fair prio-. the add, Will bring in
creased volume of business and In
creased returns to the producer-manu-1
Only recently the American relief
'administration placed with tho Dairy
men's League Co-operative association
Ian order for something like e.000,000
I enns of the Dairymen's league brand j
of sweetened condensed milk. The to
Ital deliveries will amount in value to
CHICAGO Big Ed Walsh, star
pitcher of the big show, is now playing
third base fur his own Bridgeport.
Conn., club in ihe Eastern league
SAY POP One Aquaintance Old Timer Won't Make. BY C. M. PAYNE
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