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rllDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. THE OGPEN STANDARD-EX AMIINLK 13
Ij FOR SALE
H'TP I one of tho bt opportunities
tor lite man with llmiu-d capital ve have
had this year. 27 acres at l-atnn. four
room frame hou, no better land In Davis
County, This plar.- in a bargain at $10,
500 $2500 win handle It Balnneo cosy
early payments. Better see u at once.
SMITH tz FLINDERS CO.
t'pstalrs Common In I National Bank
HOMKY place, Six room modern hrlck
resldenco. south fait ol eit SC00. Five
room modern frame. Nob Hill, $2500
Term Phone S S Smith. ;t
FIVF rom partly m.Hbrn frm. on South
Washington, good lawn and shade side
walks around the hoUSO, sewer, sidewalks,
curb and gutter ell paid up. street povf
IIMnf paid for three vcar. This Is a real
fnn. S22S0. nosv terms
Four room modern bungalow ual out
side of city limit, screen porches anl
basement, large lot, onl $2000. Caay
Five room Strictly modern hrlrk bnnrn
low. on tho paved street. In one of the
best residence districts. largo lot and .i
tood garage all assnrments paid This
, beautiful home can be bought for 16750
12 room apartment house in a dl llr
hie location on the h.-nch $1 rt.50' This
house has a full basement and Is strictly
modern In everv resneet.
SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
Over Commercial National Bank
Phono 1H7 Ask for Mr Sounder
FIVE room modern bun (alow Cash or
lorn,. qs MMai RrlnLpr 4 ', ' 1
BFTTHNISHED modern hon. IOC'1 Wasl
nut.in full r-vmlnp 1
FARMS FARMS FARMS
2D acres In the Rlverdnle district, onlv
four miles from Ogden Ample wMer.
Davis and Weber canaf 10 share- Ther-a-.
Is a federal loan of $2500 at SV per cent
The owner 1 1 no I a farmer and will sacrl
V flee at JfiOOO It s a snp
" ' V"- 30 acres on stnlo re.nd. five ro-n ho i.e,
- . cood land and worth the money WSOO
LB M seres at Hooper. ;ocl house and
EttV outbuildings: full set of machlnerj some
rows. Icfim. wagon pic. "nil all C rops
Evervthlng go, fit Iter look It ovet.
HB $lo.S0O Terms
F 21 acres at llov. five miles from Ogden
Ton should se. this plrrr It has been
r-nf. d for several irn at $600 r.ih rcn
This Is 8 per cent on $7500. i.-ase
plro this voar Brioo $00Q Half eash.
.five venrs n t 7 t" I COM
J 10 K crafl at Morgan. Good water right
-ag-4 T-"lne and Oood crop?, some machlner .
w Price. 19500
40 acres sand loam, Dn the best In
Bear rive, valli neai r rem on ton, 20
acres In beets, balance alfalfa and (Train
full water right, good improvements full
set Of Implement and machined horses.
A roers and rhleken? Everything needed ion
farm oi :hi kind The prl la 116 00
jH . Now is the I'm- . bu' You see what
' the Und Is gre.u Ing
BMITH A FLTNDERri CO
IT Detain (""ommerelnl Bank
LOT fOT .'-Hie on Adami cheap if taken
M ,-m. Phone ?2n- j 4iil
sf.w modem California "tyle I 11o
LABaU called concrete bungalow, well finish, d
ihroiichniit. This Is the mnl durably
3H built house of Its slxe in town Trice rea
' $ onable, 8821 Monroo, KM
Hi PTVB room frnm- nouse. smn',1 payment
f down, rest on terms 2056 Liberty avenue I
m, BT OWNER Modern well built
tU home In belt lornt'.on In citj
. LH Suitable to make four email apart
Mi ments 600 Twenty-fourth Thcno
I KOI R room hou.e 21 Th.rtv. third Mrool i
wm io two newiv built hpuaua 12.. and ;
Plnjrrec. Inquire 302 Thirty fifth!
Mt irc cj ; M
p. OWNKR On.- torn rcop. hous part ;
I; I - niodern Two four room modern. e
Mm ept heat Twentj tcventh atreet. railroad
T riirtnet Phone 1886-J 4393 ;
1 1'IVF room house, strl-th mod. rn with
V nracc i . - 1 n4
'-'w ;V OWNER Four room mod n bi
:JB bouse largo lot. all In beet ot condition 1
ZJM Reasonable for cash 307 Thlrty?flrat. n
? nv ovni:i: -.t . 'i'1 h
(I S4S00 2f.r:, V,onc ; '"
Ij' BI OWNBRAJmoel new firat clean con '
H dlilon. five room modern, except heat, i
HpM blk' (Tarnc.-. nice lai.s farden spot $1000 j
JH $1000 down. $35 a month, l'bon.. 2367.
I 1183 1
I FIVE room modern 8012 tdami Bet me
IH' ly;fore you buy. I have many pood aenU
Jl in city property one tarme. H Van Bl a
I 302 Thirty fifth
J V L. POIiTKU l;'..l Kit at i- nnd l.or.ns j
737C Wachlneton avenue Phone
'Mm TWO home for 'he price of one. Double
''tR' pressed brick cottage modern except
&niji heaL Cdll morning Evenings after C 30 I
,,v aPPUintment. 2C29 Monroe aYenWK
j REAL ESTATE AND LOMT)
Br MRS S J. BAKER. 2731 Madison. Phono
HK .'029. U9S
' I To Rent j
THREE or four room furnished house or '
.H apartment. No children I'hone 292
V I HRlil. or four ro-un fiirnisbed or lit fui
nlshed house. P O. liox 362. Phone 882-
jg by couple, modem furnished bungalow
QB or house by Atigurt 30. Phone 1302- w.
KC't'R or r.M.u) house modern r
1 partly modern I'hone lbOn.r H91
j POUB or rivt room mod. rn houae Phon
'9 - M 1.1. i urmli.-l .-uo-l.-rn limn. n ).. i
! rll Commercial National Bank 43S1
I B OUng COUPte Itb IWO children a
I four or five room hous- Can give rood ;
I referenca Box 81i eHr.- "'tfindnrd 1rj2C
j FOR RENT j
THREE Ohio vacuuma. $i dn. Phon.-;
:3S4 J. 3892 1
1 PARTIES shippinR furniture t, southern '
tnllfornla before August 2 Phone 8865
gUB BTORAOE room for rent Call A.hrsto- i
Jj lat Produots Co Phone 1416-W 367?
BEAD purs on train coming: from La
goon Tuesdav evening, Phone 32ir. w
MONL3Y pouch containing about $.1 K ,
vard. Please return to Standard offic..
WOMEN'S voile dross, possibly picked up
by mistake at rlblon counter WrlKht's I
store. Will finder pleaso return to I
Wrlk'hfs hnni;.- i. I. 4.').'i 4
PHONOGRAPH 'mvci, Uoturn to Chris
tensen Ash ton UUstc Co Phone 796. Re
HI ward 4 555
JSATHER case contalnlnK tripod for 1
V kodak Tall 3164 T Reward 4550
33x4 Miller cord tire on rim north end of ,
town Return to 63". Thirty-first. Phono
l-'36. Reward. jSSj '
Be '.r.'IO hunch of kf Reward Phono'
HJl .'."'7 366 Twentj fourth 45r.l i
I i i H fhnv. I between deaf nnd blind
liool and Lorln I arr Park. Call 2368 M.
BUNCH of kes in otv hull pork. Re-n-j
1 im to 142'fr Twenty llfth fitrcct. 4496
I J(JLY ST Snrfner! ptn ret with small
diamonds. Reward Phone Cheeenvan.
j1 nuitni ..ei .t.d capstan and!
fl L " -nrlnp buffer coupllog hnve been In-
H vented by a Parisian for towing- heavy
K J Lrailera behind automobile?
jf FOR SALE j
I SQtARR dlnlnc table, slngrle bedstead,
with -..in.. F'Ho .hlrk.n oc.f. Diorv
" - : ' irrun- i. . j ;. T I
PINT, cra reo wicker bal.x Iuk(T. flr.'t
I class condition, half price. No. 3. Brown
inr .-. partmenu t:.72
FORD touring car 8940 tdami Phone
2 IS 74
' 1 'RU bug in pood condition 151 Thlr
COAL rang! Jjood baker c heap Rigl.
If"'.' M' ; rnj.
KITCHEN bind .-hlffonler. two rock
ers small articles. 233 Grant. Ap. rtmeal
VOl ; i , ow 3168 Port.r Phono
902 M , ' 4548
n: ( YN ....v.i M'.'" I n ('o p. f doc
1 'her., 7 I .i ft, r j p. m.
ONR team of horaes 6 ears old I Jersey
I cow: 1 Bulok ton truck with starter; 1
I M. ten truck
WHITE-ROBINSON Ai TO G
2ioo Wash I ngton Phono 40
Mis- -pi.i. VNB01 S f..m.i. t r -. ih
It nds. lemps. sewing machine, linoleum
T ' nt v sixth sir. i 47.21
INi m.-i' nine In. p. ire 1 ".3
Twentj soventh. i.SU
1 TiriPTFi.v he. i registered Hereford cat
tie. Six males, seven females. Must sac
I rific accounl of no pswturo. Rock bol
torn price Cash or terms. Soo I- A
R.'hhnc tlO Tw.-nt fourth street, or los.
i E. Rvani. Keelea Hid StT
T1 PE WRITER mil top desk, .ie.-iric f.-.n.
student lamp nnd ruf 319 Tw.-nt fourth.
'Mi Ihr c '. irner oil pro-. u.'cd hut Id
j tie 2fi43 Monro.- 44f)0
! DANDY pony for ti 1 1. i . r. PhonS 1127
ItK Kallon Kik I. Hinds 1 ifii ';.f-))tnrton
a venue 1477
I AEOLIAN player piano.' t;oo . , , 743
1 1"n.".liinion 441
PN' M.ISM . i !,,r fl .....
1064 M 1399
BAT m DO Ih bout 10 yeara old
.penile. Ifil2 Canxoti Ron.l. Phone 2161 M
4 4 23
I SHOP and wood worklnc machines nt a
I bargain, rhop 2n00 square feet, storauro
I spoor lono square feet win sen or lease
I Phono 14C 1428
iREBUIET fnmi Tr.r;on gears wiit. ' Idt
tires Sidney Steens Impli-menl to. On
j d n. I 'tali 43S
COMBINATION gas :.n.i coal range coal
IninRc, Victor phonograph and sewlnie ma
chine. "aii 431 Sixteenth street 4390
i'"!'Ml-;i .nt. bbrarv table, rue and bod
jNo 9. RrownlnK Apartments 3'i
' 1 . M : il :-:,t inhiri;
I ton 4''7.f.
HORSK :oi . weight lino pound? 6fi2
I Fourth. 2y7
I CANARIES, fTi I rr.ntood ringers 2220
1. in. oln 8947
ha.s'i.i.i .t.i .. - ,ni. i-ai in'trumerts
Terms without interest Pantona 2S7
I Hudson 909
ITNCAl LED 'or suits tailor made; r.ii
reduction Gordon's 211 '.'3 Twenty-f" n
S 1h..n. 1167
PAWTS AND VtPMISH
Buv your fotnt at stowe's and vise
n.ono ix'io v sehinston avenue Phone
r,. 1 13V
VT your own price, a pood Maxwell
3f3l tjn'nex 524
DODGE three pr.,joiir;cr roadster In ex-!
ee'.l. nt . .in.li. 1. o I II, ti. .... I MR 1717
FORD : 1 . .. Phone '''' 1: 15 M jglQ
Cadillac touring seven pasenger, ..82850
Overland tourlnc and passenger. . ..$ 900
Overland tOUling $ fi50
Overland tOUrlhg 500 j
f'crlanl tourinc $ 3S0
Overland Mclu deliver) $4501
Btudebaker touring $ soo
These cars are all In good running con
ditlon Some of them arc rebuilt and re 1
painted and I tin and look like new This
is th. besl line of used cars are ever had
to Belept from ns we have them at any
ijr... ,uvu ji ij v j.
A 7 pa.'seng.-r Studebaker louring cor ,
good running order, new palnl A snip
$730 r t Mitchell Co. S4S9 Hudson Ave 1
I I'"!. ' VT r.ARf .IN -Bulck
Cliolmers coupe ,
WEBER-TAYLOR MOTOR CO.
2233 Hudson Ave Phono 143
SP1 BNDID family -ar four cylindera !
new top and paint, pood tiros. Will trnde !
for cit- property. What have von to of
fer" R T Mitchell Co . 24.39 Hudson Ave
A NEW 1920 IIupmo.1,11.. 7 -paMiengi r I
touring car. run less than 1000 milo!" A
bargain. R T MIL hell Co 2439 Hudson
1917 I'"ord touring rar See circulation
manager Standard Examiner. 4167 I
PI VE' PASSENGER six cylinder attlomo j
bile In first claca condition Apply 271 5 1
Adams Ai '990 1
k'i:vi-:N 1 ".cngei t'.idiii.'o in excellent
condition, for sale cheap. Inquire 813 '
i n cnt fifth 391S !
- ' I . I 1 . r-'.'i : 1 ....).-:. 1 . a 1 Mi up.. 1 ,..i,
15.71 R 3ST.3
FOR SALE OR TRADEjl
SMALL house with cement basement two
tola" chicken run. small barn Will trade
lor ro-'xl automobile or lots Phone 3S9
I. ':" ''li l,li,;s ... ir.i.ie t..i smaller i-ni
In.pnie 17u Tint lir:t stn-c.-t. 437S
OOA1 Will :r..(). for chickens Phont
123 'Rl-.'s 1 i farming and pasture land I
In north central Oklahoma, with good oil
possibilities: dear of all Incumbrances. 1
value $3500. to exchange for five or six
loom home In Ogden Will ussume or.
good place H S West 2034 Washington ,
avenue. Ogden 4 -
SMALL rlrli.ii; hOTSC and light double
harness, all In good condition Phone
8-J-8 44M 1
SIX room modern house with income ot
$23 per month for nmnll.-r place 711
van mm n't i hole v,-ii..;, t ,1, in Never
been used I'or 2 mil. h cowr Plrune 14
OVERLAND bargain owner gon.
Phone .333 430
1000 shares 7 per cent preferred railway
stock for home .r car. Phone 333 4251 1
SECONDHAND goods bought and sold T
C Iverson. 1640 Washington avenue
Phone 4!' 3975
WK tKv your old ran?e as first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
rD;e outright ttoma Purnlture 'Jo. 67i
j FOR RENT jj
I Unfurnished j; j
THREE room house at Thlrt eighth nnd 1
;r.int Inmilre at Grant Hotel 433'"!
THREE rooms ToT light houst ket ping ;
freshly paperadi elnk In kitchen 463
Twenty-sixth 4619 1
I'Ol r rcom house 3213 ipd.-n uvenu. '
.No children 45i '
THREE room apartment, bath ESS rang,
and lights. No children. 1'n Washing !
ton 0 enue 45Q 1 J
TWO and 3 room apartments: prl vat.
bath. Ncw kftloomlncd. Closo In Phon.
1 "OB-.T 3457,
I busKess j
I Opportunities I
OLD established gror. 1 . .te-..lly mpro
Ing business with six room house, most
desirable residential spot In the city, gen
nine rood buy. Box 833. care Standard
i.x Bjnlni 1 450$
I Male Help J
VOUNQ man wanted at American Linen
Co sa drlTei
I MEN wanted to unload coal by contract
' n s. .. . , Pipe Cli 1 '' IBM
'EXPERIENCED male stenorrrapbor Good
position with large company. Box 8.
Standi rd r.xnmlnoi 44M
I CARPENTEHM and laborers for out of
town work Good conditions. Apply 215
Rcclea BOIds MM
l:" with her-'- for Standird rout, on
Canyon road 439
MEN WA N TED
I Good positions open for trainmen. ard
, men and operators. Southern Pacific
Company, for Ball Rake division. Apply
iMfico Superlntendeni. Union Depot. Og
den. 01 Assistant Superintendent, Sparks
N. vadn 417
PLYINO in eight wooks . Nf ( A
j Auto Scho.1. li r-gcl 4r'1 1
MEN Aga uTido,- experience unneoea
;p.-ir Travel; make ne.rct lnstlgatlon
r'r-irJi Salaries expenses rite Ameri
can Korelgn Detective Agencv 641 St.
' 1 4n:s
I : I ' 1 1... . -.t H - v Hot 1 31?4
j WANTED 1
( Female Help
WOMAN to enre for small school girl and
ke-ep house for employed couple. 536
Twenty third street. 4571
' UPABLE woman to keep hour., for
.' throe. Good wages. Phone 2467-W
WMTRRSS v r.nforl nt Hudson no-.'bo pn 1
'lor. 2437 Hudson. 812 to $15 per weoit. !
I hours 4570
BY Inge whoWal.- and retail fiini ;.r. ox
perlenced stenographer. This is a solen
,dll position for the right party. Addro.-.
. 'atlng experleiK . Box 90, Standard-
1 ' tmniei 1 S ' 1
GIRL at Orpheum Candj Co. 4587
IH-rSEKKfTIT. mld.ile atrd lad.- pre
j ferred Good home, light work Apply
I after g p. m rr'K. Ornnt 1 11
GTRL wanted for iicht hotisework no
1 washing. AppUv 419 Oanyon road. 438,3
'in'IW . ool. App1' "cjiool :or Lcr.f ,-ind
Bl ...1 i22
BARN 826 weakl spare time writing for
newspapers, magazines; experience un
ncssary; details tree. Press Syndicate. 163
U. lunula Mo 003
: i Furnished J
TV d loepinp rooms for ccntlemen Mod-
ern: furnace heat 428 Binford avenue
til 'KlsY furnished room with bath :'.r.60
I Orchard avenue 1337
, PL RNISHE1) rooms 580 Twenty third
4 ;i 3 6
THREE room house T217 '.m Buran
Phone ' 1367.
II RNISHI'f l.ou " -plr . . .,.n
1 Monroe Phone 3261 M. 4561
FURNISHED room for one or tv o gentle
1 men. 462 Twenty-seventh. 4527
I K.RGE room suitable for two gentlemen.
121 Twenty-sixth 452R
MOI'I'RN ai'.'.rtment from August IS to
October 1 2751 Washington Phone 606
01 ' 1 '.47"
'.'tilil.RN I.- -in.iii.i:! 2''46 t'.r.irl 4475
4I:i.iM npn rtrtienl r.o children Vpply
: King. 317 Twenty sixth Si (408
klODPi'N I' "ig room loo In for
Kentlnman references, 313 Twenty eighth
91 Phone nn; 44; 1
BEDROOM bath and telephone 2ssi
W.. )i.m.-t..n V . I'h. .in .7''.: W 4112
MODERN buncalow, Becker's hrldge. can
yon. Phone i860
PURNIBHED rooms 2689 Jefferson
TWO room? gas. 10 month f 16 Thirty
SI.EEPIVG ri'Om:. u . 1 Og-b n tb. -it.-i
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms. 234
ROOMS ipedally adapted for gentlemen
Gatt Hotel. 244b Grant Ave Phone 3030.
HEMSTITCHING and plquot edge. AU
work guaranteed. Prompt seivlce. Sin
ger Sewing Mucb'.ne Co , 233S Washington.
V.CCORDIAN plaiting dom al 824S Wash
fl . - -' M Kl i , TcTi 1 . 1 . . 1 1 . pew ing TTn
Twin. ; . 526 Soventet nth j !5j
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOT EDGE
Th.- Lighthouse 252 Washington Av .
opposite the Ping. eo bank. Pnona 581
Prompt service- 332-t
Hemstitching, ploot edge, buttons, pin -Ing
and pleatlnt :;.-c..n.l floor W H
A'Harht X 3or. Xfrs H l-a-man 119
PHONEY TO LOANJ
WANTED TO BORROW.
We have several applications for loans
at the time, rangmg from J1000 tip. Wo
can place your mcney on good security
SMITH A. KRINDERS
I pstalrs Commercial Bnnk Phono 1147
I'O s-iiHricd people without security, to
. there n;i pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
'7 Hudson Bide Phnn 2X4. 249
MON1 "1 t loan ju uip.uw.j .-hi estat
KUy a.- Herricfc ftt
i '-v-.-M'w-.ri.ri n,i.nnu-
SALESMAN with automobile to call on
Country trade and sell phonographs and
pianos Big field. Splendid opportunltv
for right young man. Nobody but s stick
er ond a live wire wanted! References
required. Salary and commission Mr.
Holland Glen Bros Roberts piano. Co
WANT experienced traveling salesman,
m. n'. lurntehlng-s and clothing, for Utah
and Idaho. Sec Byron V LeMaltre. Reed
hotel evening? 457R
TO sell t necessity Real live wires are
making $100 per week. Call for Mr. Wll
Moms 2424 Hudson avenue. 4562
LOtWl.. manufacturing concern ha open
ing for an A 1 live salesman Must be a
hustler Address P. O Box 1016. Salt
Lake City. 4273
I To Buy
-1 1'1'iND hand wicker baby buggrv Phone
.332 W P O r,o 362 4323
A GOOD twin babv carriage Phone 8438
I RG1. clean rags wanted at ths Stand
srd Exajninei offh a 4880
BEEF cattle, veal sheep hogs will i -1 1 1
at your yard Qua Jens'.n. 3434 Washing
ton Ave Phone 2399 4025
SMALL famllv laundries wajhed and
Ironed. teasonablc. Mrs Smith, Rio
Twenty sevent h 45b?
WANTKD work with a one ton tniOH
Phone W61 yj 456
STATIONARY .-nrlnoer. rns or steam
463 Twenty sixth strei ' 4530
MIL'DI.K aged woman to clean offices.
Kxperlcnced City references. Box R
.il Standard F.xamln. r. 44S6
EXPERIENCED woman wishes dny
work. First clasa references. Box R.. car--Standard
HOI SIC painting Call f4.ri .1 3317
P. PERSON AL :
CART) nnd character rending 440 Twon
ty sixth, 3797
LAROE clesn rags ivan'ed at Standard
Rxiimlner Office 437f'
??M PER LIMer pFB MONTH
ANYTHING New or OI0
ANVTH.NO A to Z new or old
, bourht. sold or traded Phone 333
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Boot' and Stationery I.,.r;'
Washington Ave. Phone Ita. 206
Utah N'atltona Esnlt. southeast ccnet
Twenty fourth and Wmhlnrrton Phon's 61
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
i F Strupptok enrpontor and Jobber
Twenty third St PhwiS 101S. 4471
CARPET CLEAN' NG
Ogden Carpet Cleaning Works where
, you get results Phone 116 or 1439-W
I Kxpert carpet cleaning upholstering,
.mattresses made ever feathers ronoatecj
Call E 7 Hampton II Co 2586 M. 423 i
I CARPET CLEAN I NO
K. Van Knmpon for upholstering, cr
! peu deoned altered and la'd Remaklns
of mattresses Phone 272-J.
CEMENT BLOCK MANUFACTURING
I We put In driveways and foundations
and build cottages and parages Phon
I 52n7 I u-i
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phono 133 2258-gu Washington at.
CHOP SUEN AND NUODLES
Matsuba A '.'o leading Japanso res
taurant fn ORiJon 273 '4th St
' C E NT I ST8
The New Method Dentlt re. spoclal
'sts In el! branches of Dnlltry. J4N
W'a ihlnrrton Ax o HAS
i For a nice eio.tric mi.ge. call at
! 2 147 ' b ant a enu- 43 4 J
i C.NGRAVI fC
Ogd.-n Engraving Service manors
Of CiDS ciila In on? or mc.- olora. 'At
Tvcnty-fowrCi t r. ' t Pl.c. 6?
I LIFE INSURANCE.
Oeo D Benn. tt. corporation and croun
insurance a ape ... It v Phone 124 -W. 1C14 1
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide .unk Co. 232S Wash-
Inwton An Phon 1 r.t
Ogden I ink Houit n&t Washington
ve. Phono 210
Oai and coal innges conneefod. All
; kinds of plumhing v. or'.; Our prlcoS n.re J
(right. Orvll Wa'dram 561 Seventeenth
j street Phone 2620 R 4330
Paper hanging, painting kalSOmlnlng,
j paper cleaning. Reasonable Phone 322a R
: ROOFS REPAIR ED
i Roofs repaired and painted CaJ' 945 J
Wlllard Kay, rcil estata and loans
8474 Washington Ave Phono 409 174 i
Garhage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
nd toilets 'leaned John Chipp ic Co
i Phono S2S. 2348 HudSQli Avenue i733
TRUNKS AND H AOS
Trunk and bag repairing, round rnr
iner from Standard Gcllacher'a. '373 Hud
I WINDOWS CLEANED
KXPERT window and wall paoer clean
ing American Indow Uleanlnc Ph "S3 i
n ordinance confirming the assessment 1
Ipon the property hereinafter d.Kcribe.J
upon both sides of Grant avenue be
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-eighth
str-c.t:! and Hudson avenue Beta n
Twenty-second and Twenty third streets '
In Paving District No 180 In Ogden
City, I"tah: foi the purpose of palng:
the coats and expense of paving the
roadwa3 of aaid sir.-. -t.i with two Inches
hltulilhlc wearing surface luld on a sl
Inch Portland cement concrete founds
Hon and also for grading constructing
drainage and Irrigation systems, and for
extending private water and sewer serv
ice connections from the mains to tho
back of th curb line, together with all
other things necessary to do and to full)
OOmpIete &ald work.
Be It ordained bj tho Board of Commis
slonc-rs of Ogden City, I'tnh
Section 1 That the assessment and
tax list mude bv the fit Engineer as cor
re. tori, approved and completed by the
! Board of Commissioners sitting as i '
Board of Equalization and Review, of the1
Iproperlv on part of Iotic 1. 7, 8 and
I in Block ". Flat "A". Lots fi and 6. Block
4 Plat A"; Lots 1 and 10, Block 10 Plat
I "A"; Iots 2 lo 6 Inclusive, Hlock 11,
! Plot A"; Rota 1. 7, 8. 9 ond 10. Block
i 19. Plat "A "' and l5ts 1 to 10 Inclusive.
Block 39. Plat ''A", all In Ogden r-it Sur
Vey, for the purpose of providing the
! roadways of Hrant avenue between Twen
; t fifth and Twenty-eighth streets and)
Hudscn avenue between Twenty-second
,.nd Twenty-third streets with bitullthlc I
,paement consisting of two Inches bitu
llthlc wearing surface laid on a .six Inch
Portland cement concrete foundation, nnd
also for grading, constructing curbs gut
Iters, sidewalks, culverts, drainage and lr- i
rlgatlon systems nnd for extending prl
Ivate water and sewer service, connections!
from tho mains to tho hack of the curb
line, together with all other things nec
oeeary to do and to fully complete said
work. Is hereby confirmed and all proceed
lings In connection with the creation of
I said paving district und the making of
Improvements therein are hereby ratified
confirmed and approved
Section 2 This ordinance shall t:ik. i
feet from nnd aft. r tho date of its publl
Adopted nnd passed bj the Toard of
Commissioners of Ogden City. V'tuh An
I gust '19. 1920
PRANK FRA NCIS
Mil i or
C. T. MOYES.
State of Utah, County of Weber, as
I, C T Moei. city recorder of Ogden
City, tJtah hereby certtfj that the above
and foregoing Is n full, true nnd corn i I
copy of un ordinance entitled 'An ordl
nance confirming the assessment upon the
propert: hereinoftei described upon i.oth
aides of c.ront avenue between Twenty
fifth nnd Twenty eighth streets and Hud
son avenue between Twenty second and
Twentj third streets in Palng District
No. 130 In Ogden City Utah for the pur
pose of palng the costs and expense of
p;i ini: the roadways of said streets with
two Inches bitullthlc wearing surface laid
on a six Inch Portland cement concrete
foundation and alro for grading, con
slructlng curbs, gutters, sidewalk;-, rul
erts. drainace and Irritation s stems.
and for extending private water and sower
I serv ice connections from the mains to the
back of the curb line, together with all
other thing- neccssaf to do and to fully
complete said work. ' adopted and passed
by the Board of Commissioners of said
Ogden City on the 19th d'O of August.
I 1920. as appears of record In niv oflice
1 In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the corporate
seal of Ogden Cltv this 13th day of Au
C. T MOTES,
fSeal) City Recorder
Published August 20. 1920
Paving District No. 130 45S3
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE
LINQUENCY OF THE SAME.
I To W hom It May Concern-
Under authority of Section 275 of the
Compiled Raws of Utah 1907. and aa dl
rec.ted by Section 1056 of the Revised Or
dinances of Ogden Cit. T'tah. 1115
The undersigned Treasurer of Opvlon
City 1 i.ih. her. h gives notion that a
special tax for the nurpose of paslnlg the
.costs of building bitullthlc paving, com
Iblnatlon curbs and gutters, private drive
ways sidewalks drainage and sewer and
watei connections, etc. In Ogden City,
it'tah, has been levied and confirmed by
an ordinance of tho Board of Commission
era of Ogden City. Utah, adopted and
passed July 28. 1920. and published July
7S. 1920 In Paving District No, 130.
Said special tax Is levied upon all prop
erty abutting on the following street, to
wn Both aides of Thirtieth street between
Washington and Lincoln avenues ths
south sldo only of Thirtieth atreet between
Lincoln and PlngTe. avenues, and both
aides of Thirtieth street between Pin
gree avenue- and a point 857.8 feet Wesl
of Wall avenue, und moro particularly
described as follows-
Part of I-ot 26. Block 10. South Ogden
Survey, Lot 11. Block 10, South Ogden
LEGAL NOTICES i
BUrvey Lot 13. Block 10. South Ogden,
Survey; Lots 26 and 27. Blck 1. Dunn's!
Addition: Lots 1 to 19 Inclusive, Block
3. Dunn's Addition; Lots 27 to 52 Inclu '
alvc. Block 2. Central Park Addition: Lota i
10 to 31 Inclusive. Block 1, Central Par
Addition. Ixta 20 nnd 81, Bio. I; 1 King's
addition; Ixits 1 to 19 inclusive. Riock 8
King's Addition nnd Ret" 1 to U Im III
sive. Block 3. King's Addition, all In O,
den City Surve to n depth of 50 t . i
bach from the street line.
Said tax Is pnnhle n ten Installments I
The first installment tieeomes delin
quent on the 16th day of September. 1120 I
The so, ond Installment becomes 'dclln- I
quant on tho 2Mb day of July, 1921
Th- third installment becomes dclln
quent on the 2Sth day of July. 1122
The fourth installment beeomen dclin
(Uent On the nth day of July. 1923
The fifth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 28th day of July, 1924
The sixth Installment becomes dclln
quent on the 28th dav of July 1925.
The seventh Installment becomes delln- 1
quent on tho 2Sth day of July. 1926.
Tho Hghth installment becomes dolln :
quent on the 28th dav of Julj 1127
The ninth installment becomes delin
quent on the 2Sth day ol Ju'v. I12
The tnth Installment beCOmSH delln '
quent on the 28th day of ,!ul 1929.
Ki.ch of said Installments draws Infer
eat at the rate of six per e, nt per annum
from th" 28th day of July. 1180 until do
Ilnquent. and if said tax or any Install
ment theof shall remain unpaid after
the delinquency of the same Interest
thereon fherenfter will bo ,-it the rate of
eight percent per annum until such as
SeSSmentS are fully paid
All special taxes are payable at the of
flee of the citj tre.-i surer In the city holl
at Ogden City, Utah,
c T. koons. city Treasurer,
Published In the Ogden Standard Kxam
Iner First publication August 14. 1920.
Last publication August 19. 1920.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX ANO DE
LINQUENCY OF THE SAME
To Whom It May Concern
Under authorlfv of Se.-tlon 278 of the
Compiled T,iws of I'tnh 11d7. ;.nd as dl
H ' tc, by Se.Mlon 1036 of the R, vised Or
din inroK of Ogden City, Utnh, 1915
The nndorlgne.l treasurer of Oobn
Clt Utah, linrcbv- givc notice that n
special tax for the purpose of pavlnc
the costs of building bitullthlc paving,
curbs and guMei.i sidewalkv, culverts
drainage. Irrigation systems, sewer and
wat.-r connections, etc in Ogden City,
Utah has been levied and confirmed bv
an ordinance of the Board of Commissi) fl
ers of Ogden City. Utah, adopted and,
passed August 3. 1920. and published Au i
gist I, 1920
Said special tax Is levied upon all prop
erty abutting on tho following street, to
p.oth sides of Orant avenue between
Twont eighth nnd Thirtieth streets In
Paving District No 130, and mote partit
Ularlj described ns follows to wit Part
of lots 9 10. 11. 26 and 36. In Block 10.
South Ogden Survey ; Rots 1 to 5 Inclu
-!. I'.locV. 1 Child's Addition Lot. 1 'o
9 Inclusive, Block 2. Chlld'a Addition: Lot
1 Block 4 Child s Addition- and all of
Iot "A", Rlock 4. Child's Addition all
In Ogden City Survey, to a depth ot CO
feet back from the street line
Said tax Is payable In ten Initallnients
The first Installment becomes delln
quent on the 23rd day of Spti-mliT 1920.
Th.- sc. ond Installment becomes delln
quent on the 4th day of August. 1921
The third Installment becomes delin
quent on the 4thr day of August 1923
Th-- fourth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 4th day of August 1923
The fifth Installment becomes deim
quent on the 4th day of August 1924.
The sixth Installment becomes elelin
quent on the 4th day of August. "1935
The seventh InsUiilmcnt becomes dolin
qu.-nt on the 4th day of August. 1926
The eighth Installment becomes delln
qu.nt on the 4th da of August. 1927
The ninth Installment become? delln
quent on tho 4th day of August 1928
The tenth Installment becomes delln
qu. nt on the 4th da of August. 19129
Each of said Installment? drawn Inter. Bl
at the rate of six per cent per annum
from the. 4th day of August 1920. until de
linquent and If said tax or ony install
rnent thenof rhnll remain unpold after
the dellnquencj of the same; Interest
thereon thorafter will bo ut the rate of
eight per cent per annum until such as
sessments are full;, paid.
All special taxes are payable at the of
flee of tho city treasurer In the city hall
at Ogden City, Utah
C. T. KOONS Clt.- Treasurer
Published In the Ogden Standard Exam
First publication ugn.';t 14, 1920.
Iast publication Augii it 19 1920.
An ordinance vacating Center Avenue. I
formerly known as River Avenue, and
that certain alle running north and .
south through Block Four (4). all In I
Rlvervlew addition of Ogd.-n City, nnd
SOUth of the south line of Twenty eighth
t eel. In Ogden City and declaring
said street and alley and avenues to bo
no longer public highways
Be It ordaliu d by the Board of Commis
sioners Of Ogden City, Utah.
Section 1. That Center avenuo. former
ly known as River avenue. Vine! that cer i
tain alley running north and south
through Block Four (4). all in Rivervlow
addition of Olden City Utah, and south
Of the south line of Twenty eighth street,
in Ogden City. Utah and the same!
are hereby perpetually vacated and de
clared to lie no longer public streets and
Section II. That in tho opinion of the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden City.
Utah, It Is necessary to the oaaoe safety,
and ge-ne-ral welfare of Ogden Cltv that
this ordinance become effective Immedi
ately, . .
Section III This ordinnnce shall take
effect August 20. A D. 1920.
Passed bv the Board of Commissioners
of Ogden lt August 19. A. D 1920.
C. T MOTKS
State of Utah. County of Weber ss.
1 C T Moves City Recorder of Og.h n
Citv Utah, do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing Is a full, true nnd
. on.-, i cpv of an ordinance entitled An
ordinance vacating Center avenue former
Iv known a River avenue, and that cer
tain allev running north and south
through Block Four (4) all In Rlvervlew
addition of Ogden Cltv. and south of the
south line of Twenty-eighth street, in Og
.en ''it-. and declaring s-ild street and
alley and avenue to bo no long.-i publll
highways," adopted and passed bv the
Roard of Commissioners of said Ogden
Cltv on the 19th dav of August 1920. as
appears of record In my office.
In witness whereof, 1 hnve hereunto set j
mi hand end affixed tho corporate seal ol
Ogden City this 19th dav ot August. 1920,
b C. T MOVES.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
The Ogden Petroleum Company. 360
Twentv fourth Street. Ogden I tah
Ogden Petroleum Companv principal
place of business 360 Twenty-fourth street. I
Notice Is hereby given mai ae a rao. i
! ing of tha directors he ld on the 11th day
of August. 1920, an assessment ol five
'mills per share .vis levied on the capital
stock of the oorr.or.iton payable t. As
sistant Secretary-Treasurer J it Hinch
,111 r ,,n or hetorc the 10th dav of S- ptem
her. 1920 at the CfflCS of the assistant
secretary treasurer at the Plngrce Na
tion.il bank. Ogde-n. Utah
An stock on which this assessment
mav remain unpaid on the 10th day of
September H20, will bo delinquent and
! advertised for sa.e ut public auction and
unless pavment is made before will be
'sold ot 5 o'clock p. m, on Iho 27th dav ol
September, 1920 at the office of the see-,,-tTi
iren'fnrer, 36"'' Twenty fourth Btreot,
o pn the delinquent assessment, togcth
or with the cost cf advertising and ex
penae of sal r HIN-cncUFF
Assistant Secretary Treasurer
Flngree National Bank. Ogden. Utah
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of ehc Interior. U S. Land
Office at Salt Luke City. Utah. July 21.
Notice Is hereby given that Charier 3
Brown of Ogden. Utah, who, on June 22,
1M6 mode homesteid entry. No 017850
for NE. Section 8. Townshllp 7 North.
Rangv 1 Fast. Salt I-ake Merldlun. has
filed notice of Intention to make three-
I year proof to establish claim to the land
above descrihod, reforo W. H Reader,
Jr. United States Commissioner at Og
'den. Utah, on the 31st day of August,
Claimant names as witness
D. D, Dunbar. Lee Shaw, Robert Mont
gomury. Louis Shaw, all of Liberty, Uta.i
GOULD B. BLAKELY.
The only ancient equestrian statue
I of bronze that has been preserved its
that "f the Emperor Marcus In Rome
The Ogden Auto Directory H
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
Utah Auto & Tire Exchange, 2224 Washington Cars of all makes. i
Terms. Let us sell your car. 3771 jj
Automobile insurance E. G. Agee. Phone 69. 3774 j
We buy all cars regardless of condition. Salvage parts for sale.
Auto Salvage Co , 2348 Grant. 4045 j
Auto repairing and welding L. J, Haight, 2579 Grant. 4044
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3733
Commercial bodies, automobile painting Sidney Stevens Imp Co.
Northeast Service Station Checsman Auto Co. 3786
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bcrnstein
trucks. White-Robinson, 2300 Washington. Phont 340. 3739
Ogden Auto Radiator Co , 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740 i
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged Exide Battery Sta- j
tion, 2359 Hudsou Avenue 3741
Webei Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max- ij
well sales and service. Phone 143 3742
McLaughlin-Storey Auto Paintmg Co., 1715 Washington 3773 i
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3772 j
IT WAS SECRET HER WEDDING I
THEN SHE HAD TO TELL
NEW YORK. Miss Gai! Kane, stacje favorite, couldn't keep her H
secrt't. Two weeks ago she was married at Saratoga to Henry T" I
Ottnian, wealthy packr-r. She confided to a close friend and then H
everybody knew it. H
In the District Court of Weber County.
State of rtuh
Eellth L. Iy?ethnni. Plaintiff, vs. Ernest A.
The Slate of I.'tah to Said Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
Summons upon you it served wl thill the,
county In which this uction la brouirht;
otherwise within thirty days afte-r "service,
and def.-nd tho above entitled action; and
in case of your failure so to do. judgment
will be rendered aKalnnt you u cnrdlm:
to the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said court.
This action le brought to ree-over n j'idi,-me-nt
dl.roliriK the- bonds of matrimony
now and heretofore existing betwi -n you
and the plaintiff, und for an order in ald
action, awarding to the plaintiff the sole
care nnd rust'.dy of two minor children.
Lanore Leetham and Georp.- John ieeth
am. the Issue of th. marriage between
plaintiff and defendant, and for general
R H BAI'MINK.
r p Address: 7M Eccies Building, Oe
First publication Aufrust IS, 192
IjijjI Dublicatlon September 17, 1720.
In the District Court of Weber County.
State of I'tah.
Annie P. Wilson Plaintiff, v. George M
The State of L'tah to Said Defendant
You are here-b) summoned to appear
within twenty da after service of this
alias summons upon you, If served within
th county In which this action is
brought! otherwise within thirty (lava
afte-r service: and defend the ;ilxiv n
tltled action nnd In case of vogr failure
so to do. Judgment will bo rendered
agalnt yen according to tho demand of
the complaint, which bus been filed with
the clerk of said court.
This fiction Is brought to obtiln s hide:
ment and decree dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and hitherto existing be
tween plulntlff and defendant.
HAKIMS & JENSON,
Plaintiff s Attorneys.
P O address: Suite 313 Col. Hudson
Building. Ogden City Utah.
Consult County Clerk or tho Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District. In and for the County of
Weber, State of Utah.
In the Matter of the Estate of Eldesta P.
Creditors of the estate of Eldesta P.
Brown, deceased, will present their claim!,!
together with vouchers, to tho under
signed administratrix at the law offices'
of Chez & Barker, at rooms 400-401 102
403 First National bank building. Ogden, I
Utah, on. or before the 18th day of Oc-
EFFIE B BPBKCER,
Administratrix of the Estate of Eldesta
P Brown. Doceaaed.
Chez & Barker, Attorneys for Adminl trs
u . 166
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho District Court of the Second Judl
clal District In and for tho County of
Weber state of Utah.
In the matter nf the estato of Bertha N. ,
Creditors of the estate of Kertha N.
1 Iseiihirr. d-. ceased. will present their
claims together with vouchers to the un-l
derslgned administratrix, at tho law of
fices of Ohea & Barker, at rooms 400-101-,
402 40.! First National bank building. Og
den, Utah. on. or before the. nib daj "f
FRANCOS R ABBOTT
Administratrix of the Estate ol Berha
N. isenhart Deceei d
Chez Jfc Barker. Attorneys for Administra
I LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
En the District Court of Weber County,
State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of Charles 1
. E. Langham. Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at the law
offices of Henderson & Johnson, Suite
2i6 First National bank building, Ogden. 1
I t:eh. on or before the 7th day of October,
R. A. MOVES. fffl
Henderson & Johnson. Attorney for Ad- iV
Datt of first puhl. cation August C. 1920.
I Date of last publleatlon Septembe r 3. 1920.
Estate of S W Pounders Decease-d. II
The petition of James F. Burton, pray
Mng for t.-tt. rs of administration, In the H
above entltl-d matter, has been set for
I hearing before Hon. A E Pratt. Judge, on
'Monday, the 23id day of August. 1920. at
ten (10) o'clock a. m.. at the county court
house In the court room of said court. 1
In Ogden Cltv. Weber County. Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court with i
the se-nl thereof afllxed. this 11th day of
August. 1920. !
WALTER N FARR. Clerk
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk
Devlne. Stlne & Gwilllani Attorneys for
VISITS AT BRIGHAM ,
BBIOHAM. Au'. 20 Congressman
Milton H Welling w is a visitor here
yesterday for tho first time since his H
j return from Washington. He Is spend- I
ing his vucatlon on his farm at Field- B
j Ing and Is a candidate for re-election H
I on the Democratic ticket for the low. H
er house. H
PLAN WATER DISTRICT
SALT LAKE. Aug, 120. Onjanlaa
tlcn e.f a eornpany to provide watei
for the- district south nnel west of
1 tah lako will lake place providing
landowners concerned afford o-op-t
eratlon. according to Joseph R. Mur
dock of the Provo F.eservolr and Utah
Lake Irrigation company. In event the
Irrigation company is formed, the pro
duction of the now area will be aug
mented, the district being one of th,.
most fertile In the staiu and belnjr
easily susceptible to irrigation
WASHINGTON. Aug 20 Santa Fe.
New Mexico 7,236, Increase 2,16 4. or
42.7 per cent j
RUttland, Vermont. 14,954, Increase ,
1.4HS or 1U I p.-r rent.
Martlneburg, W, a.. 12,515, increase
1.817, or 17.0 pur cent.
Eureka. Calif, frcvised). 12.921.
previously announced 12,212
ENGLISH EXPECT V. S.
It TORY IX OLYMPICS
(By Internationa News Serrioo.)
NEW PORK. America is practic
ally conceded a sweeping victory In
the llymplc track and field games
by England, according to reports from
London. An English writer, whoso
words It Isj said reflect nallon-wldo
opinion In England, says British Ath
letea are going to Antwerp certain that
they arc hopelessly behind the Amorl-
ins in every branch of the games,
and that they are not even sure that
thej tan score moro points than the
French. Tho success of tho Ameri
cans In sports Is attributed to InteafT
Brewers in Bohemia have developed
a process for maturing beer In from
eight to 12 weeks Instead of the usual