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FOR SALE 1
TT' I Re! Ettttc juuu-uJ
BH R. A. BtUndOTi City Dcpm tment
!9H Thirteen room cement block. strictly
MUmWMWMt modern, apartment house located close J
mXWmmWm n on bench. $10,300. Terms.
- H Seven room modern brick, close in cn I
mmWUkWl Two five room modern bricks on Tvn '
-HHHH Two elRht-rnor.i modern brick houses, j
H :IO In $4000 mid $4500. Terms.
Tm l Fow room modern white brick, bar-l
9H lolnl. In mi.- sleeplriK porch, poo.1 hf.e I
Tin: fir.M'.ANTV Mi ii:T' ; ' .f" '
I HB 13500 buys a five room modern brick
ft H house, full basement. sleepliiB
HBflfl porch. Inrfcc lot. chicken coops
SiBLLVLa lectric ii.-l re.i 'iii chicken runs.
rfKH ' fruit trees, nice lawn. In south pert
''f town. ol Washington
,! j THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO
.H 16 Twenty fourth St. rhonc M0'j
' I FIVE room modem brick In select reel
'H dance district on bench, nt hftrgnin If
Mt II taken Quick Can handle five passengei
"H nuto ns part payment. Terms reosonn Die.
1 Caij IQ7 ; t w i ni' fobrth itrcet, " j
ii FARMS FARMS IvUlMS
I We have sold several nod farms with
-3 In the Inst few days, cr.n sell yours.
" Wo hnvc several ood ones loft lxok
over the following H-'t. Come in and we
will show you mif more
20 acres, four room f runic house bnse
ment etc, good lain good water right.
Davis and Weber canal stock, close to
Opden This Is a snan. V.M
Tii ;icre nbout f IkIiI miles out five
room house, fine land, Rood water Wit.
Must be een to be appreciated. I rice
yuuw ( hii bundled on ens; terms
02 acres Ob 'en valley. 72 ncre.i in crops,
timothv mealow. alfalfa. Rrnln. potatoes,
etc.. some pasture. A right pood buy at
Listen to ihls Idaho farm. 10 nrr. II
Close td church, .schools. 50 acres grain
..i ,n rci .iiiii.-ner fallow, balance hny po
tatoei1 com fnmlly orchard pood water
rlcht. seven room modem pressed brick;
bungalow; Bai-ape. r.-ment sldewaiKS, ice
"V-c'lri housi good outbulldlnp wagon calls
MmL' en morning ror rhllk for condenser, first
' , , h.-.v Iii M.,. K I' ' ro
v T" $18000 and terms Will conalder tradi
i oi mall pit ne u gden
Come in. Lei us re son tog tni r
.k SMITH & PL1ND1 Rfi CO
7 Over Commercial National Bank
"V OWNER Good four room house "
, Mr chicken yard, lot 246xS7M In fii st mt
'JMBBf condition, plenty of water 368 EWjUj
' it street 252:
ROOMING house and houackeeplng rooms
'Si iM Well furnished modern Vpplj once
' i mw !ll Tv ''" ""' -
y-r i ,
f .- v. ancj i 'ii""i . ;' ' '
A "50 BUYS.our T;. ZZ. ' ' X-
mm a n in ic i r. , .
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f i it 66x132 ' Dai .
MM seventh, and Qulncy. 91000 Sea Wm.
f Gregg 2482 Wasnlr.gton Phom BiSi-M.
' I hv m SJSR evei
brick house with four actfea of land Four
SIhI room modem brick on car line Call ISH-
FIX i; .oom mod. ... - ' '
XMKM before vou buy 1 have many pood deal
WKLZ In citv property an., farms H "n Break.
', Thii tj i ii ib. LLl;
i ET us - ii you ' tali Cu
hangc m ttahjngton xc
B ROOM modern brick home; hardwood
;jBHj floorf-. full basement: on bench .Snap K.-i
& lb '1
ROOMING house, nlnt rooms nicely tui
"'od. for sale. 15fi Twentyflfth St
tHrE B a! re i hT i .. rarm Phone
aP V I Ml 'N'T hou e ' IOS I" Wash
mgton avenue; bai nln. two and three
ri W oom apartments Furnished ncomo
4 22S a month. Price $11,W0. Half cash.
' MiRht consider pan exchange. BOX IB.
Si ,f,,; u i i a im
Ii-.. Li:- plr.K- runt.
IH1 - lL ;
I a i . iw v i." i i : i i 1 1 room a r '
I'H? m'-nt houao furnished. Sleeping porches.
. K.is iv.npc.-. finest locution In town. $14"
ESd a month Income Good term. Phone lo:
i I i 3691
I BURLCV IDAHO FARM LANDS
m WE hnv. a large lUvt of lirlRal.-d farms
for sale oi tmde. Write or see wONES
GKlSVOUX JNV CO . Burky. Idaho.
i 'w?n J74!'
W u. POKTEK, Real instate rind i n
'r'nt 237C Washington iwnue. Phone ik"6.
. i;i: Corn-r TTt llt.il 1 H i T
' LTo 'IN. :nt - -second and Reeves avenue.
Phone n7; 179
JH' OWNER Five room modern fur
ySBF nlshed hour.. 117 James Court. Thon
FOR SALE OR tRAPlTl
Vth . WILL trad.- two nice lota for Ford
. I truck. ' ". Hudson m
. I'tmSk CRE8 railroad station
.frVpi land, i ' acres cleared. 65 acres plowed
',. T. ' three room hou I
JhI pood well, close to pood stock ranpe. Price
X T- $6000 Win give part time or take pmnii
mABm place in pari pay R, P Hunter, 43
hS Twenty-fcvirth. 37SS
I i ' Phoni 3751 W 865J
j TORRENT j
APARTMENT and garage. A couple
Ithoiit -ii,.i . n .'1 .r I KTSOI
' 1 : 1 1 ! i Ii,
AWk nili- 2723 Jefferson r;Ti".
, TWO ind ip rtments: private
hath. Newly kalsomincd. Close In. Phone
TWO room". pa. i?,H Th.rt. first Street
; '... ;...... ii. In Keeping: close In
KK3i Kelly & Kerrlck. 1033
IMPOTENT8, reprieved. Wonderful sur
aBl gleal :-iiint wimpus; results positive, lm-
W mediate-. Guaranteed See doctors, dnip
Hj' gists, write Hlpradc Spt-clalty Co.. St
if Louis. 135!
FJHf 1 VRD and charactei reading 143 Twer
iti FOR gervlce, Holsteln bulls 191E Grant
MONEY I P LOAN
MONEY on cit property. No commis
fion. Phone 1543-J. 3753
TU aalnru-d people ilfioul secJlity, lo
others on plarioj. furniture, bonds, etc
7 Hu.l -..ii I'.Mi- I'honc .4 rpj
10.N'L'i to loan jii .mp.o.o cui cblhi
Kelly & Herrbk TT9
A A-l palntlnp. decoratlnp and cnlclmlnlnp
1 of all kinds. Call room 20. Washington
J Apnrtrnents over Cozy thentey 3675 1
. 1 Hi it SI. i ' !i :i I.", .1 3 .'.17
; j FORWENT j
I I Miscellaneoua i
Wt garage. Reasonable, 2213 Unroin
1 Mior,. : 559 M 8805
r CEME IT go :i 1 Twent) eighth.
I OHIO vucunun. $1 day. Phon Jl .v
I STORAGE room for rent fell Abcstu- I
1 n late Products Co . Phone 1416-W. 3C73 ,
mm 1 WAITED j
W" 5 !
WANTED, by rcsronsiblc portv with two j
ml children, four or five room furnished I
fi house. Phone 103 before C p m. 3831
f TorsaLe j
; Np-sw-v- . -. vw
ISTOP.r: fixtures for sale. Call nt 2K12
WasMngton. ?ood t-hape 3; ir
I- UNIT! f I ron.istlng Of coal I anc--pits
range, beds, spring? snnltarj- couch
I wrif.h stands, chalrt'. dresser tables, nigs.
:etc. .N'o dealers Call 451 Sixteenth
1 1 BRETT upright niano Bargain. 2526
Adams. Phone IJ.'i." .ISP.i
vrw . hr,m honej bees inquire WedeTT
2468 Washington 881 1
TI!fKI" A 1 fresh nitlk rows Roj v i;ra
n tm Pnon. v. -.i iv.i ? . 1 .
lr'ls H:,ii. I.ixldson in first elnss con
.dlllon A. D C loenTator. Speedometer,
'tandem Phenp for $200 If taken at nn.-c
" M I ' MM.- 11 nn. J
GOOD bicycle ISO 8069 nr.-hnrd .1:'-
LARGE ra run?.- Apply 2464 "WaahinB
ion avenue Phone l93ilAr Tisll
GAS ninr.v. pa3 water heater, coal ranBe. J
COal heating BtOVe and all accessories for
,1 bargain No 666 Twentj fourth
GOOD rabbits for sale cheap Call ait, r
11 ' '. 1 1 Van Huren 'A'1 1
WELIj built sheds various .iiz.-o. kinds.'
sanitary hop pen, etc rhona 2260 n
CHEAP. AUtOmOhile at ;t racrifire, one i
Ivor) w icker buBB" In good condition; one 1
'wringer; one ranpe. Call 430 Chester
1"" LOAPS of straw. $1 per load Tele
phone 11J 4. Ezr-i V. Steed, Clinton
1 )f'!3 Indian motorcycle In goo-d con. II
tlon. 860. '"'a" Opden Baking betwe n
7:30 m. and 6 p m. 3763 1
GAS range, four plates and oven, rugs
and other furniture. 610 Canvon road. 1
TWO e'ood cows. 252ii ITi.rrlson avenue
Pi oni '" ' 7 M 371-t
ttf;i vfiMMim c.-r.ner chiffonier fruit
J.-.rs. child s desk rocker and youth's
I chair. Very reasonable Phone 380 M
OPD door.i. on: lumber stoves, chair
table lot?. Twenty first 3732
TWENTY per cent discount on all re
frlpcrntorn Miller Furniture Store
FIRST class India. 1 motorcycle 2i:s let
fcrson Vvi risns
.HOWAKP j.lano good condition: a bar
gain. Address X. "arc Standard-Examiner.
1 ET n. sell our car. ftnh Auto Till I
Exchange 2821 jVashlngton Av 8609
CANARY birds! lingers 2:3 Twenty-f.f.h
1 FEW good uncalled for suits, two pa Ira
of pants with even suit, cheap Scotch
. to 11 Mills. 8309 U.'.shlnrnn lyi 3371
iM'Sh'. founter, m-cycle, smokestack,
I iii:. em. inpou. ur,'.')or s ui)e i 00.1
rOS ind other iijuslcal ln5trumer.es.
I Terms without Interest. Pantotie 2S7 1
II i.i on 000
UNCALiLJi'l) lor suiif tndor made; bm- 1
'reduction. Gordon's. 211-26 Twunty-flftri
; s: Plione 419 i&7
P4I-.TS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowe's and r-ave
moi ey it.00 Washington avenue Phon
1 n - j 1??
p WANTED 1
l Fema'e Help
j VOl'NG Isdy to r.salst with nurslnp. at
1 Lj nn Erolhers nopita!, Po atello. Ida
' ER N Ti fh K . ii-. Caft
eton. 3 pi
STENOGRAPHER " bi experienced;
ash for Mr. Itoberts Glen Pros -Roberts i
Pinno Co 2112 I
ian ln understands cooking !
2404 Madison avenue " - 8
I'lT'l'M'!'!' . 1 1 1 " 1 1 I ninn V .
1 indp 3751
HALL Bin ;.nd chambermaid. Appl In 1
person. Healv Hotel. 3715 1
'i M Ili.K M il': small House leai
RoomB. 127 Twent v fifth 3S39
- ; "ZZZZZ .-
HEUBTITCHING and plcot edpe. All
I work Biiarnnteed. Prompt service. Phone
.'l ; S wire 1 - ::713
I'll II. I .'.i:N S .ires--n.akuiB 2f P'. Morn.,.-
Phi 1 U4 8700
API. z. I.i. if. , . if' !)"!, ' 23P M
hEf.'STITCHirG AND PICOT EDGE
The Lighthouse 2452 Wnshlnpton Ave .
'opposite the Pinprec bank. Phone SSI.
I Prompt service. 3328
Hemstitching, plcot edpe. buttons, puu.
Ing ind pleating Second floor W. H.
Wirht & Sor s. Mrn M l-eyman. 1168
; I. r:TIIER flshlnp rod case In South
Fork canyon. Return to G31 Twenty-first
. tnet or phone 2117 P. Reward 8865
LiADIl IS" bl ck hand pur ic on Portei bi
'tween Thirtieth and Thirty-second. $lr
currency nnd chango Phone 1387. Re
v, I. 1.1 p. idsi.e. . '
iobout 1150 and 1200: strayed from West
Warren lxist s.-en near Kiinesvllle. Find I
!t notifv John F Knight, West warren
ti . d U
EN from 270" Grant, per lohi.: m
bicycle Finder return same. Reward
I AN Eastern Stnr pin sunounded by pearls
on Twenty. third Street cr alonp oshlnp-1
1 Reward Phone 2"r r..r.3i
f for' SALE Autos I
FfiR dst. r. pcrlc t ...'n.lltlon. n. w top
nnd upholst.-rlnp, electric starter. Bhock
I absorbers, demountable wheels, five n-w
tires; cheap for rash Sec Abbott & Co..
Commercial National Rank . Mint;.
1 ? 300 buys a pood Maxwell Must sell Im
n " ' 1 I ' I1'" : '.mil,. ; 1
SMAPI. sport 1 oad.Mler, A 1 . h ,p. Phone
I p.71 R 8 135
FORD Ul ring ' H used onh two munths j
Has storage battery 2859 Hudson avenue.
Phone 1642 37C6
USED CARS FOR SALE
IC, E YORGASEN. 425 Twenty-third.
f it'.-'ii ' 8718
LET nn nil . 1 1 r 1 ur I 'lnh Auto Th e
Kxchunge 2224 Washlnpton Ave, 3801
j WANTED I
I EITHER sex. $3 a uy guaranteed. A No.
1 food line for Salt Iake City and Op
I den. Address Sales Manager, P. O Pox
I 565. Ogden, 171 fi
WE tako your old range as flr.it payment
on rm new ranpo, or will buy oui old
mne outilcht. Home Furniture Co 4C7J
1 uaiir-e j-'r.e State often has de
structive locust plagues.
j w waSted
s To Buy
fw-,-vr.-w-f- a n.-w. a m - njxqj-irynrul
HIGHEST inc. - paid for old clothes
3i id postal New York Clothing Store"
259 Twent) fifth St 3121
J' l.l.PTS 11, 'I Ii- i... ..II 1 k . s . Phon.- 1213
W tern Grain &. Feed Co.. 2364 Wash
liuion Av j gj
TTT! 1 1 1 v Til cm 1 h regardless ot .. on-ji -tlon.
Ajto Salvage k., 1: 1 is Grant Avo
1 50ft Per Cent per annum In a safe busl
Inesa enterprise. Write Box OM, Eiirkbur
nett. Texag 3S31
MODERN room for Bentlemnn. close In.
' $3..")ft per week References 2311 dams
I avenue. 38,. 1
NH PI. V furnished room for lad with or
-.1 hout board 732 Twenty fourth.
FIVE room furnished lioure nvnter and
lights, ur,C, Twenty second. 8888
NICELY furnished housekeeping room
Ground floor. 2421 Plncoln 3S21
i TWO room apartments with Bas. also
sleeping rooms. 221ft2 WashliiBton ave
j nue SHI'
MOIKK housekeeplne apartments: no
Children Plor.a Apartments. 251S Was!,
Ington avenue. 8 "'
llDOMINtl house lurnPhed. bent Of shape,
and rooms for housekeeping. SIC Twen-
ty fifth 8788
TWO lunilshed rooms for rent 574 Twen
tj fourth r'7-s
NICELY rurnlshed front room Path and
phonr r.T". rv. nt fourth 7
WELL furnished room bath, phone, in
private family, reasonable Plione 1088.
SINGLE or douhle roonn for sleeplnB or
l,..o p-r.if. ?l' fUrir,n Vve
1 1 EG VNTI V furnlrhed room SS8 Twen
ty fourth St 334 1
TWO room apartment, gas 336 Th!rt
first street fj
FPRNiniEP apartmentti. 2051 Washing
ton nvrnue 'il.'i
APARTMENT and room 257i Lincoln
Ror IM S3" rw.-nt -third stre.-t lOgl
FURNISHED or unfurnished apartments
for rent 2343 Washington 811 1
VI'.rY .".-.liable rovUns. reasonable rate.
inn mhiiji-i from postofflce- Gates Ho
tel. 44". Or.int avenue 3n67
NI r.pi Twenty thlr-1 8091
NP'E larc,. modern riHims. brenkfaat 11
, rlesl:.d (tilerrnee reqiureo -oj- jm-i
j Male Help J
BOY eai lerlenced on chocolate enrober
W F. I' I'an.P Cg 3S12
EXPFRIE.N'C'FP farm band who undf 1
stands frull Profil Sharing basis W B
M'edell L'ir.S Vni.ilf.y'..i)
FPYIN; in e!ht T7-ek M C A
Auto School 1.-.I.1 .'. rrrclcM 5 2 P
i;i:i.i . -ii u 1 ' pot.-i 3P4
kVRINQER man end Pncn checker. P. P.
Laundry. j r' 1 j
52 00 to ptP PFR MONTH
ANYTHING New or Old
A N v" T H 1 N G A to Z new or old
hoocht. sold or traded Phone 333.
BOOKS AND STAT ION ERY
Bramwell rook and Stationery. 23K
Wa'h'r.Bton Av Phone 360. 20C1
Plah N'ti. tonal Bank southeast comer
Twenty fourth and Wnshlnpton Phone 61.
CH I ROPRACTOR
Dr Heber ' McKay '"hlropraclor 212
r'ol Hudson Building. 3243
CARPENTER AND- JOCBER-
F. Strup!ck. carpenter and Jobber 15
Twenty-third St. Phone 1018. 3422
K. Van Kanipen for uphoisterlnj;. car
pete cleaned biu rri and ih'.j Remaking
of mu t tresses . Phone 27S2-.7.
Kxpert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vntlnc. upholstering. and springs ro
slret. hed Call E. J. Hampton Co..
Feathii rnovntlnc Phono 25S6-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 2258-80 Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Ma: -ub-. A Co.. leading Japr.ncse rce-tnun-nt
In nrd. n 2"3 24th St
DRESSMAKING and silk shirts mad to
order. Phone 1035 M 622 Thirtieth St
The N. w Method Pentlst" are speclal
lats in all branches of Dtntlstry 246J
j Washington 220s
Ogden Engraving Service " makers
I of line cut In one or mo.-i olora 418
, Tcr.f y-foi't Oi sir. .-t PhoK 52.
1 LIFE INSURANCE-
, Geo. P. Einnett. corporation and group
Insurance a specialty Phone 12PW. 1511
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & junk Co., 2324 Wesh
ngpion a Phone x.i.
Ogden I inK Hou:,.. 2ii59 Washington
ivi Pfione 210
; ROOFS REPAIRED
Roofs repaired and painted Call 94." J .
Wlllard Kay. real estate nnd loons ;
1.1 WaahlngtoB Ave Piion 4uy 1&74
Garbage ar.d rubbish hauled, cesspoolj
and toilets cleaned. John Chipp ic Co 1
Phono 828. 2348 Hudrc.i. Avenue. i.73 J
TRUNKS AND UAGS
Trunk and lna r.plrlng. round cor
ner from Standard ciallachera, .'373 Hud-
t(D 211S i
EXPERT .vlndow nnd wall p.tper clean
Ing, American Window Cleaning Ph r 33 1
Wm. Van Pi r Woude, licensed sewer
dinger and water service. Sewer cleaning,
Ste., cess pools. Phone 2115-W 925 Rush-1
Ion Bt. 3524
IConsult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District ;ourl of the Second .ludl
Cl .1 I n-trl. t Stat Of Utah, Within and
for Weber County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur J
S tailings. Deceased
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, at the of
flee of W. H Reeder. Jr . suite 629 Ba
clca building. Ogden City I'lnh. on or b.
fore the l'Jth day of September 1920
ARTHUR L. STALLINOS
Date of first puhllcjiilori July 19. 1920
Data "f s.-cond publication August 23" 1920
I W H R.eder, Jr.. Attorney for Ad
PETITION FOR DISCHARGE IN
in the District Court of the United States
I District of I'tah.
In the Matter o' James R Hancock
To the Honorablo Tillman D Johnson
Judge of the District Court of the I nit
..I Stale.! (or th. District of Utah.
James R Hancock, of Ogden, In ihe
County Of Weber, and State cf Utah in
aald District respectfully represents that
on the 26th day of March. 1920. Inst past
he was duly adjudged bankrupt under
the acts of congress relating to bnnk
. ruptc . that he hii- duly surrendered nil
j his property and rights of properly, and
has fully Compiled with all the require
I tncnls of sild acts and of the orders of
th.- court touching his bankruptcy.
'herefore lie prn.vs that he may be de
.re. r by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable ng.iinsi
1,1. .int.- und.r Mid bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts ns are expected by law
from such discharge
Dated this 1 4th day of Mav. A D 1920.
JAMES R HANCOCK
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON
Dlstrlrl of Utah, ss:
On this 23rd day of July. A D. 1920.
1011 rending tho petition for discharge of
I Uis above-named bankrupt, it is
Ordered by the court, that a hearing be
had upon tho same on the 6th day of
.September. A L. 1920, l.efore the said
Court, at Salt Lake City in .-aid district
at ten o'clock, in the forenoon: and that
I notice then of be published in Standard
Examiner, a newspaper printed in said,
IdlKtrlct. and thai all known creditors and
i.thii persons In int.iesl mn nppear at
the e.oid time and place nnd show cauie,
if any they have, why the pii.yer of the
said petition should not be granted
And it is further ordered r.v the court
thr.t the clerk shali nend b) mail to ail
known creditors eople of said petition
and this order, nddrea.'. d to them at their
places of residence as stat.. I
Witness the Honorable Tillman D John
fin. Judge of the said court nnd the SCSI
thereof, at Salt Lake City, In s,ald dis
trli t, on the 2'.rd day of July, a d. 192u.
JOHN W CHRIST
'Consolidating and combining the offices
I of Countv Clerk and County Auditor in
Wober County, Btate .r i'tah
I The Ronrd of Conn I v Commissioners of
the County of Weber, In the State of
i'tah ordains as follows:
Section 1, That the offices of fountv
( lerk and QUntj Auditor of Wl b( '
Conntv, m the st-ite of I'tah be and the
IsHme are hereby, consolidated nnd com
Iblned as provided und.r nnd bv virtue
I of Section 1452 of the Compiled Daws of
;i'toh i ri 7 and the respective duties of
the CountJ (lerk nnd County Auditor In
, W'eher County, Slot.- r.( I t .ill, for the
I years 1921 arid 1922 shall be performed
bv the person who shall be elected County
i Clerk of Weber Count State of Utah, at
the general election to be held on No
vember 2, 1920 and th" person who shall
'be so elected shall be ex Officio Auditor
j of Weher Countj In the State of Utah,
for the years U'21 and 1922
Section 2 This ordinance shall be in
effect on and after tin- fll it Monday In
lonuary A D 1921. said date Iv-ing not
lesa than three months after the pac.. i;
hereof Passed this 12th d. of July, V D. 1920
Commissioner John M. Child voting aye
Commisaloner Datus H Ensign voting
MARTIN P BROWN,
Cbnirmnn if the Hoard of County
Commissi oners In and for Weber
County, state of Utah
WALTER N. PARI:
County Clerk nnd . Officio Clerk
of the Roard of County Com
mlsslnners in nnd for Weber
County, Stnte of Utah
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that Ogden Cite
I protases to mnke the following public Im
provement, to wit. Construct pavement In
Paving District No. 133 together with
I work Incidental thereto, nccordlng to
I plans, specltlcuions and profile r,n file
! in the office of the it Engineer And
'senlcd bids are Invited for sal. I work and
, will he received at the office of the CltJ
Recorder in the City Hn at Ok'Ici. i t in
until ten o'clock, a m.. on the 29th dav
of Juh. 1920 Instructions to bidders,
i plana and specifications for said Improve
ment can be seen and examined nt the of
flee of the City Engineer In the Cltv Ha.l 1
of snid cltv.
The right Is rcserer to reject any nnd
all bids and to Waivi nn.. defects.
By order of the Board Ol I ..m'mlsslon
ers of Ogden City. Utah, this, the 8th day
of July, 1920.
C. T MOTES
First publication. July 9. 1930
j Last publication. July 2S. 192V
Published In .the Ogden Standard
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
1 Sealed bids win be received b) the Og
den City Hoard of Education at S3 8 Twen
ty-flfth street, Ogden. I'tah until S
o'clock Friday July 30. 1920, fo- the erec- i
tlon of a manual training building In con
' nectlon with the ridden Hlk-li School,
Separate bids are requested for' the
g.nrral construction of the building, th.
.heating and the plumbing, nil ns required
by the plans and specifications prepared
' by Leslie S. Hodgson and Mvrl A M.
ICIenahan, Architects, at 30C Ecclcs build
jlng. Ogden Utah.
Bidders must comply with the Utah
State Laws pertaining to certified checks'
accompanlng bids and bond required
with the contract.
I The Board reserves Ihe right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of the Bourd of F.-hicntlon of
EDWARD I. RICH.
VIOLA M. CLANCY.
Published July 20. 1920. to Julv 30.
1920. Inclusive. 370s
OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING OF BON SOLDAT
Notice la hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Bon
Soldat Mining Company will be held at
tho Weber Count) Court House. In the
court room of Department No. 1 thereof.
In Ogden '"if,. Utah, on Monday, the 2nd
day of August, 192K at 8 o'clock p m , for
the purpose of electing new directors and
considering and acting upon a proposition
to sell the patented mining clalfns of said
company and reorgnn..lng the name.
This notice !s given by virtue of nil
tlrority vested In me os the owner and
holder of one third of the capital stock of
the said Bon Soldat Mining Company.
GEORGE W. MILLER.
Date of first publication, July 18, 1920
Lost publication. i. a 2. 1920
In tho District Court oi the Second Jmll
clal 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 I'tnnk Huson. praying
that the court makr and enter Its decree,
permitting him to change his name from
Frank Haason to Frnnk Von Mohr will
bo heard by Department 2 of said court
on Monday, the 2na day of August. 1920, I
nt 10 a. tn . In the court room of said
Court, ot Ogden City I'tah.
Witness my hand and the seal of this
court hereunto afiixwJ this 29th day of
June. 1920. ,
WALTER N. farr. Clerk.
C R HOLLLN'U.S WORTH. Attorney for
RHINELAND REVOLT CHIEF
FREED BY ALLIED DEMAND
BERLIN, July 26 Dr. H. A- Dor
ton, the Separatist leader, who was
known as president of the Rhine re
pbllc" and who was arrested recently
by German authorities, has been set
free upon the government's order, the
Lokal Anzclger announces today.
PARIS. July 26 The allied high
commissioners In tho Rhlneland la.-U
ecning Informed the Germnn imperial
commissioner there that unless Dr. H
A. Dortrn, the Separatist leader, was
surrendered and brought back to the
Ilhlneiand. the commission would take
the most energetic measures, accord
ing to news received at the foreign of
The news, It Isa tated; was glcn
after a meeting In Coblenz, of the
French, British and Belgian high com
missioners a ml a representative of the
comniander-ln-. hi. i i the American
forces of occupation. Tho commis
sioners decided that the arrest of Dr.
Dor ten was In Violation of the regu
lations governing the occupation jinl
a blow to the authority of the com
mission in the Rhlneland.
WIFE SLAYER LYNCHED
BY WEST VIRGINA MOB
FAY ETTEV I LLE. West Ya.. July!
25. William Bennett. Jr., of Fayette
villOj son of Judge wmiam k Ben
nett, was taken from Jatl by a mob j
of one hundred hero today and lynch
I edi after having begun a life sentence
I for the murder of his wlfo. to which
j charge lie had pleaded gulltv
Ills wife was well-known as a writ
er and editor.
N. Y. MAYOR VETOES ACT
TO RAISE CITY SALARIES
NEW YORK. July 26 Mayor John
F. Hylan today sent to tho board of
aldermen a mosjugo vetoing a 20 per
j cent Increase In the salaries of city
t employes voted by the board on July
13. He said that he is 'convinced
that far more eiultable distribution
I can bo made of tho lncease," whleb
aggregated more than $5,000,000.
MINM 1POLIS I'l.ot R.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn, July 26. I
Flour unchanged. I
REXALL SLUMPS I
South Standard Is Exception
to General List and Gains
Columbus Rexall was the feature of j
the trading this motnlng or. the Salt
Lakfl Stock & Mining Exchange, when I
It sold is low ns 36 c. This stock I
opened ut 40c and sold off rapidly to
36t4jo, closing with 37c bid and .18c I
laeked 11,000 Sharei changing hands,
l ite general tendency continued Blight-1
llj downward, throughout the session.
'South Standard was practically tho'
only stock on the board to show any!
j strength, opening at 21c and selling
! up to 23c. It closed with 22Vc bid
nnd 26c naked. Tmtlc Standard sold
Steady at $3 35, Empire Copper
I brought 30c. Nalldrlver wag steady it
iT'ic. Prince Con. brought 2. and 261ic,
land Silver King Coal, changed hands
at $i 4 7.
( Quotations furnished ucr private
wire of J. A. Hogto A- Co.,
Alta Con. $ .06 $ .06
Albion 06", i .08
American Con 02 .02
(Alta Tunnel 01 Va 04 t4
Beaver Copper 00 l4 . O0 '4
Bis Hill 02 '.a .02i
Big Cottonwood uu',, .0OV2
1 I'.uilion 03 Vi .05
Black Metals .05 06V4
(.Humous iiexun J. .49
Crown Point 02
Colorado Con 03
Cutdirf , 1 20 1.40
Dragon Con 10 .13
laly West 4.00 5.00
Oast Crown Point . . .01 ; .024
Kasl Tin. Coal 00- ul 4
Taat Tin Con OS
Eureka Mines 06 . 06 Vi
Eureka Lily . 06 ",3 .07', !
Eureka Bullion 08 08i
10 in ma Silver 05 .06
Gold Cham oe
Grand Central 60
Howell 06 06 4
Iron Blossom 26 .29
Iron King 20 .24
Judgfl Mining 3.90 5.00
Kennebec 11 .20
Keystone 67 .80
Ieonora 01 4 01
Lehl Tlntlc 08 4 08
Mav Day 02 ' 02 i2
Miller Hill 02
.Mammoth 36 .90
Michigan-Utah 02 .02
North Stan 03 . 0 3 V ji
New Qulncy .36
'pohongo 00 .01
Nalldrlver 75 .77
PlUtUfl 31 .36
Prince Con 26 26 Va
Provo 04 Vi .04i
llico Argentine 01 .02
Kb Wellington 1 8 .20
Sells 05 .00
Ml. King Coal'n .... 1 40 1 47 V4
Sil King Con 1 . 40 1 . 60
Mioux Con, 03a .04
South Hecla 97 1.00
South Standard 22 .25
Silver Shield 23 .25
Tar Bnby 03' .05
Tintlc Central 02 02
Tlntlc Standard ... 3.35 3..ITV2
UL-ih Cons 01 .01
Victor 03 03
Cnion Chief 04Vi 06
West Toledo . .06 06
Walker 3.02 3.25
Woodlawn 10 .10
Yankee 0 2 0.1
Zuma 16 .17
Empire Copper 27 .35
American Con Copper 1000 at 2c.
Columbus RexaH 400 at 40c; 200 at
lie, 100 at 41 c. 100 at 19 He; 1000
at 3&c. 600 at 38c; 200 at 38c; 1000
at 37c. 2400 nt 37c.
East Tlntlc Co.tl 1000 nt lc,
Cottonwood King 5000 at c.
Iron Blossom 400 at 28c.
Lohl Tlntlc 1000 at 8c.
Nalldrlver 100 at 75c.
Eureka Mines 2000 at 6c.
Plutus 100 nt 33c.
Prince Con. 700 at 26c; 300 at 26,c
Sells 1000 at 5c.
Silver King Con. 100 at $1,424.
Sih er Shield 600 at 25c.
Tmtlc Standard 300 ut $3 36.
Victor Con 2000 at 3c.
Woodlawn 1000 at 10c.
American Con. Copper 1000 at 2c.
Alta Tunnel 1000 nt 4c.
Colorado Con. 200 at 37 c. 2400 at
37c; 3200 at 364c.
East Tintlc Coal. 1000 at lc.
Cottonwood King 4000 at 4c.
Dragon Con. 1000 ut 13 c, 1500 at
Empire Copper 1000 at 30c.
Howell 1000 at 8 c.
Nalldrlver 200 at 75c.
Emma Silver 500 at 6c.
Eureka Silver 500 at 6c
Eureka Bullion 1300 at 8c.
Prince Con. 200 at 26c.
Sliver King Coal. 600 at $1.47
South Standard 500 nt 21c; 500 at
22c; OO11 .it 234c: 1250 at 23c.
Tintlc Standard 100 at $3.35
CHK AGO LIVESTOC K
CHICAGO. July 26. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts
15,000; market opened slow; quality
poor, early sales best yearlings handy
wtlght steers and good butcher cows
steady, nil others tending lower; stock
rs slow, bulk beef steers $12 . 000'
16.00. she-stock $6 00(0)11.00; can
rers nnd cutters 14.256.00; veal
calves $16 . 00-5 16 . 50.
Hogs Beeelpts 45.000; market
opened 15 to 26c lower; later fully 26c
lower; one load sold early at $16.25.
bulk light and light butchers $16.10(31
It. Id, bulk packing sows $ 1 3 7 ' ''
14 10, pigs steady; bulk $14,000
Sheen Rfitn ?s non mnrU-r'
sl..w. .-.leady to 25c lower; .piality fair;
good western bimbs $16.36015 60;
rood native lambs $14.76; choice held
higher; choice heavy ewes $7.60.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 26
( Tnlted Stntes Bureau of Markets )
Cattle Receipts 25;000, ye irlings and
tanners and fow corn fed barely
steady; other steer bids lower; early
top $10.50. she-stock weak to 50c
lower, medium grades weakest, fced
ers mostly 7r lowei , calves 60c high
er, best vealers $13 50gl4. 50. quar
antine receipts 8 4 cars.
Hogs Kcceipts 6000: market
uneven; mostly 10 16c lower, top
$1S 9d, bulk light and medium $15.50
ft 15.90; bulk heavy $15.0015.80.
Sheep Receipts 6500, mnrket ac
tive; lambs strong to 75c higher; bulk
good and Choice natives and westerns
$14.00014.76; bulk natives $7.50ft
8.00. hhe. i steady; best ewes $8 00;
. w Mexico feeding yearlings $8 .25.
OM I HA LT EsTOCK.
iMAHA, Neb.. July 26. (United
States Bureau of Markets.) Cattle
:...iit! 'inn. steers nnd she-stock 25
QBOc lower, bulls weak, veal oalves
26060c higher; stockers and feeders
Hogs Receipts f.500; market gen
erally steady; choice light louer,
heavy stronger; bulk $13 75 14, 25;
Sheep Receipts 16,600. lambs
Strong to 15e higher; bulk range iambs
)E.00O16.40; sheep steady 16tr26c
The Ogden Auto Directory I
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
McLaughlin-Storey Auto Painting Co., 1715 Washington. 3773 I K
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3772 I K
Oars of all makes. Terms. Let us sell your car. Utah Anto & Tire r
Exchange. 2224 Washington. 3771 I
Automobile insurance. R. O. Agee. Phone 69. 3774
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3738 I
Oommercial bodies, automobile painting. Sidney Stevens Imp. Oo. 1 f
Northeast Service Station. Cheesman Auto Co. 3786 j f
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bernstein J jf
tiucks. White-Robinson, 2300 Washington Phone 340. 3739 I
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue. 3740
All makes of battories repairea and recharged. Exide Battery Sta-
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue 3741 L
Weber Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max- I
well sales and service. Phone 143 3742
I Secondary Industrials Suffer
Under Renewed Pressure;
Money Is Easier
NEW YORK, July 26 Trading at
1 hp dull and unen opening of today's
ptock market reflected conflicting de
yplopments over the vreek nd Fur
ther Improvpment In the foreign dhi
utlon and a slirht Btrengiheriing of
federal bank reserves wa? offset by
I the deficit In the local clearing house
statement. Reading wan the only
noteworthy feature, rising almost one
point, with nominal gains In other
rails There were signs of renewed
pressure agains. steels, equipments,
oil, motors and kindred specialties
Industrial shares rallied from their
early setback, especially BtOOlfl and
equipments, but any advantage in that
quarter was forfeited when the shorts
uncovered fresh elements of weakness
The recent selling of tho cheaper mo
tors and oils made further progress
I United States Steel was comparativei
ly firm, probably In expectation of a
favorable quarterly statement to be Is
sued after the close of tomorrow's BOS
slon. Exchange on London was bare
ly steady, but call money opened at 8
per cent compared with last week's
final quotation ot 9 per cent
Call money was freely aallable at
the opening rate during the mid f ?
slon, but the demand was small be
cause of the light dealings. The mar
ket continued to waver, secondary' in
dustrials continuing heavy on adverse
rumors affecting the motor, rubber
and allied Industries.
NI3W YORK STOCK LiIST
I Last Sale)
AJnerioan Beet Sugar 86
American Can 38
American i'.u & Foundry 138 V4
American Hide oc leather pfd. , . 80
American International Corp .. S0
American Locomotive 92 Vi
American Smelting & Roflnlng.. 53
American Sugar 123
American Sumatra Tohacco . . 85
American T. & T
American Woolen B6S
Anaconda Copper 54 l
Atchison 79 S
Atl.. Gulf & W, Indies 150 V
Baldwin Locomotive 110
Baltimore & Ohio 3lVi
Bethlehem Steel "B" S5Vi
i anadUun I'ucific 1 1 9
Central Leather 60
Chandler iMotors 95
Chesapeake & Uh!o 53 'a
hicago, Mil St. Paul 33
hicago, R. I. & I'ac 34
Chlno Copper jyVt
Colorado Fuel & Iron 31B
Corn Products 91
Crucible Steol 145
Cuba Cune Sugar 44 l
C- neral Electric 140
I , neral Motors , 23 l4
Goodrich Co 57 Vi
tireat Northern pfd t3 -
Great Northern Or Ctfe 3 1 '2
Illinois Central 82V4B
Inspiration Copper 49
Int. Mer Marine pfd 80
Internationa Paper so
Kennecott Copper 25
Louisville & Nashville 98
Maxwell Motors 14
Mexican Petroleum ISO
Miami Copper 20 V2
Middle States Oil 20
Midvale Steel 40 '4
Missouri Puctflc 35 '
New York Central 6
N Y . N. II. & Hartford 28
Norfolk A Western 88 t
Northern Pacific "ll
Oklahoma Prod. A Rot 4Vi
POD American Petroleum 99
People's Gas 31
Pittsburg and West Va. , 28 Vi
Kay Conboliduted Copper lo1
Reading 8 7"
Hop. Iron & Steel 86
Royal Uutch. N. Y 74
Shell Trans. & Trad 68
Sinclair Con Oil 22 Ti
Southern Pacific 91
(Southern Railway 27
I Standard n of N. J. pfd 105
Btudopaker Corporation 6o'i
Tennessee Copper 9
Texas Co 14 T
Texas & Pacific 34
Tobacco Products ti4
Transcontinental Oil 14 1
I nlon Pacific 114
I'. S. Food Products 65
! U S. Retuil Stores 72
1 C B lnl Alcohol S3
United States Rubber 89 Vi
United States Steel 89
' I tali Copper 67
I Westinghouse Electric . ... 3S
, Willy's overland 17Vi
American Zinc, Lead and Sm . 13B
I Buttfl and Superior 21B
ICala. Petroleum .. 30
I Montana Power 59 B
iShattuOk Arizona 9
BUTTER NI EGGS.
CHICAGO. Jul 96. Butter un
Ichanged. creamery 43 it 54
lOggs uncba&ced; receipts 13. 52
ises; firsts 434,a S 44 c. ordinary
firsts 4A(P42c; at mark, cases lnclud-1
sd, 43C4SVac; storage packed extras
flc; sturago packed firsts 4645Vic.
Poultry altve steady; fowls He 1
1 1 oilers 40a 45c.
NKW YORK, July 26 Liberty bond'
losing prices todaj were:
:''-s 91.00, first 4s 85.80; teennd 4sl
si 80; first 4Vs 85.90; second 414s
s !; third 4 s S S 8 2; fourth 4 V,sj
8.-. 12 Victory .-.a 95 7M, Victory
4is 93 74. . I
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET. f
Cattle Receipts. 96, choice heavy
Steer, 94fl 10; good steerB. $89; fair
titi-.'r!. $7 8; choice feeder steers. 6 I f
7 , eholr-e cows and holfors. $7- P i
7 SO; fair to good cows and heifers
'ST ciittern, $4(6; eanner., $31 S 7S; IF
choice fer.ler -owh, Jr.56: fat bulls, H
th8 6. bologna bulls. 14 5. veal
calves, 9 9 50 f
Hog--Receipts .'.OS. choice fat
nof,'s, iii 10 sou pounas, is.jSoi; ,n
bulk of ales, $13.5013.75; feedern. I
mou !' i
Sheep Receipts, 1,8 44. choice r
;lamhs Sin.oOQ 1 1 ,".0; w etherp. J78; l
fat ewes, $53 6, fc-edei lambn J I tt ft
Ogden Packing company! South -
Omalia lour carloads of hogs; P. Xe "
in California, ai carloads of laml n k
Union Pheep company, Ravendale, t
Cal., four carloads of lambs. J S
Adams, Peterson T'tah two carloads
of lambs! Peck and Benson. Malad. J
Idho. carlonrl of cattle; H. W, NV- H
merit, oxford Idaho, carload of cat-
tie; Bunkley Brothers, Idaho, carload I
CHICAGO GRAIN I
CHICAGtJ. July 26. Sharp setbacks I
iln the value of nheat took place today f
largely as a result of federal resen.'e I
ad icp in predicting that black rust
I would not cause any large Impairmeni
I of lelrl in the spring wheat crop, it
j was aald that cutting of northwest
j earlv wheat would start in five days
.and that the harvest there would he
j general In threp weeks. Opening f
j prices which ranged from 3 to 4c low- 5
er, with December $2.61 to 2.52 and I
March $2.55 to 2.56, were followed by I
I material further breaks. I
Excellent weather conditions and I
I liberal receipts had a bearish effect I
ion f-orn After opening 1 to 2 l-4c I
lower Including September at $1 49 1-2
to 1.50 1-2, nnd Tecember $1 34 1-2
to 1 3fi. the market continued to de-
I lats BS mpathized with the weak- I
nees of corn. Initial quotations were
1-8 to 3-4c down, and a decided fur-
ther sag ensued. t
Lower price3 on hogs and grain f
brought about a general decline In f
I provisions r
MONI-7Y MARKET. I
NEW YORK. July 2 6. (Money and I
Exchange ) Mercantile paper s per j
Exchange steady, sterling; Demand I
1 t J . 74 M ; cables $3 . 79 14. I
Francs Demand 7 66c; cables f
I Belgian francs Demand 8 24c; ca- I
! bles 8 . 26c. WMm
Guilders. Demand 34 50c, cablea
Llro Demand 5 50c; cables 5.52c. I
Marks Demand 2.35c. cables 2.36c
New York exchange on Montreal
1 12 1-16 per cent discount. 1
l Time loans steady, 60 days, 90 days
'and 6 months S V-2 per cent.
I Call money strong, high 10 per cent; I
low 8 per cent, ruling rate 8 per cent, I
'closing bid 9 per cent; offered at 10 ii
jper cent7, last loan 10 per cent. I
CHICAGO FUTURES. I
CHICAGO, July 26
( pen High iow Close t
Dec. $2.5 1 2 52 2 47 2 4 7 Vs I
March 2.51 2 56 2.51 2.51
S. pt. 1.49 1.60V4 1.43S 143H
Dei l 34 t 1.36 1 28 1.28
Sept 74 S, .71 .71
'Dec. 73 73", .704 -704
Sept .... 28 00 26 20 26 20 H
Bl pi 19 10 19.15 IS 20 18.20
Oct .... I9 60 18.55 18 55 i'4H
Sept .... 16 60 16 00 16.10 ImWM
Oct 16 90 16.30 16 30
NEW STORK, July 26. Copper I
steady, electrolytic spot and third j1
Quarter 19c. H
I Iron steady; No 1 northern $48.00
4049 00; No 2 northern $47 00n H
1 48 00. No. 2 southern $43,004 44.00.
Tin easier; spot $4 9 50 August
1 September $49.25. !H
Antimony 7.50c. iH
Lead steady; spot 8.50c. l
Zin.- steady. Last St Louis spot
At Ixindon. Copper 92 2s 6d; elec
trolytiC 1MS. futures 111; tin 270 7
6d, lead 37 5s; zinc spot 42.
CHICAGO July 26 Wheat No. 1
red $2 SO (g 2 .83; No. 2 red 92.7940 WmW
? $a mm
I Corn No 2 mixed $1 51 Vi: No. WmW
I yellow $1 52. IH
OatS No 2 white 83 87c. No. 3 'j
wlnta 81c mwlm
Rye No 2 $2 14-52.16. 11
1 lai li y 11. "0 01. 1 i. 1 I
Timothy .seed $?.00fill.75.
Clover seed $30 . 00 ft 35 . 00.
Ribs $15 50 GJ 16.50. LWM
NEW YORK SUGAR.
NEW YORK. Julv 26 Raw sugar
quiet; centrifugal 16.56c; refined I
quiet; fine granllated 21c to 22.50c j
Futures were quiet, but the under
tone was easier under scattered liqui
dation with priced at midday about 10
to rj points net lower for active posl
1 1011 k I
LONDON. July 2 6. Bar silver
56 d per ounce.
Money 6 4 per cent.
Discount rates. Short bills 66
per cent; three month bill 6P j
6 11-16 per cent. r
CHICAGO. July 26 Potatoes
weak; receipts. 120 carfr Virginia, j
$7 60fll8 26 per barrel; Kansas an 1
Mlsaourl early Ohlos. $3.00(tTC3 25 cwt.
NEW YORK SILVER,
NEW YORK. July 26. Bar silver,
domestic. 99Uc; foreign 95c. Ll
Mexican dollars 71,c r