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v f WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 192C. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 11 I
r i I FOR SALE
.RH J BT OWNER Modern welt built
home in boot Ivntion in
J SiiUhIiIc tr mnkr four xmftl) r . .
mWHrnm , ments. 6 no Tntv fourth. rhonc
I THE CONTINENTAL BUILDING LOAN
KHI A: IX ESTMEN'l
HHI 411 Twentv fourth St Phono 351
H"HI $4000 Six room modern brick: lot 40 by
C II ICS: well located on bench: sst front,
TUt I I'loniv Shade trees: leM then hrilf h!ork
HHHI from car linr. $500 nd will hnixlle
fHI $fo0 One of the best built homo In
uHl H'c city; well located on bench cement
MBI baprmonl with hot and rold water; built-
aHI 'n feature; must he teen to bo appreeint-
IM I cd, Jioon ca.-h will handle.
5:..-,i.usix room noue . practically new
H T.n fool lot. This home I furnisher! nnd
BVjH nl1 '" - for tb price If .old
BS H Once, Easy terms,
EaE fflaaV $3000 Modern four room home on paved
vw street on bench; WOO cash; balance id.-
KIR, H If you nre lookinp for form' Hire bar-
mmmmf jrxlnn. either to locate for the winter, or
as nn Investment, better look theve OVOt
nalckly. Mon nlnr- here for the monov
Bf than ny other property in the city.
40 acres. 20 acre orchnrd. halfine,- fnrm
land, ten shares Web r-Da via water; fair
Impiovements; hnlf mile from cement
vod: 20 minute drive from Opden Price
' ' : :.. . i t. -rin" 174 I
$4150 buys two acres, four room frnme.
horn, outbuildings Lights, water, fine lo
i n i. ,n r,7n Si-vi-nth street. -'
m rn OWNED .wfn room modern house,
. lot ion reel U04 fet: beautiful yard:
. - band: outbuildings. Call UTO-M 1725
l MmmX TOUR room bath i ici i iipbt -
I Jl WW $;W'. nsb n, i- ST', Tm , n t -i:li
fk jM ' ' I72g
WK hnvr :i nurnlier of applicant;! for foul
' WwMm- "5 five and six rooms modern cottage on
'Afim- f; the bench Call In nnd sec us and Hit
" 3 IF jj your property anil we shnll be Rlad to
JmlW make every effort to sell II Cltv depart I
WtT: jJ ni, ni Smith A Flinders 1686
frg '.jtW pi'I'R rrninij hnth, i;-'. eler-tri. llcllts.
Q SB M100; $;oo cash Owner, 839 Tw nt
I -4j rixth atreel 1721
run ".r w: N'TV MORTG VGE CO
W 41fi Twenty fourth St. P!io es 280-2SI
I K"Ki I ; 1 1 v tin,, irmin?! mo-iem bung
y located Jut ofl pavemcul Hoi
f A' in A I shape, and a real buy. Terns.
jjt-I r WlOO Buya five room modern In fine con
-t" flit ion Must b n
"Jf thla buy. Located ' lose In on bench
j fl on a lot 66x148 W feci Watei ncht
1 ' food Karden and frull such aa e pi I
1 coti peaches, plu ma cherrlea
'TsHJ ranta, raapberrlca. Oarage, chicken
Li ' 'M coop and nlni
' VHH $4"ln Bliya six room modern bungalow.
L-v'-' ffBSB completely furnished, electric wash-
rJH ind vacuum cleaner. rrl of llelit
fixtures Thla place la well worth
???9Ljbbbb1 "lc price aaked without the furnl-
.i '.JB ture. Located close in on bench on
. I I lo)
$4730 Buya seven room modern, hoi water
fflRg JfH heat This place is newly papered
flH anil painted. Readx- for Immedlnte
MB possession. 1 neater! two blocks
EgSiH from center of business district on
M1 1 HJH bench. Terma
IHHj $ SOii Buya new five room tnodei-n brick
He and stucco bunpalow. hot sir heal
wflL in beat residence district, a real
SB home Terms
i- fflD Tirr: i;i m; nti:;; i f:
, mU 416 Twenty fourth St. Phone 1'
fe" fl R A. Saunders. Citv Department
IjSBa Over Commercial Notional Hank
iHlil Room- 15-16-17 IMion-- MIT
J Oden Utah,
HJijvj Five room modem brick, large sleeping
WflB porch, good basement, built In features.
' F'flavJ beautiful lawn, shade and flower., fruit
i jlllfll trees and garden; good out building mul
'Bk dn be Into
j court. Tli i n proper!;. Is lo Tit, I on paved
JBt ' i. ! Irable reel-
M dence districts in Ogden. Can be bought
QBjf at a bargain if taken oncV
f'HBml r have a ntimber of four nnd five
SSEaHI room homes some modern and some noi
HHHHjl mock i n that
if ttVL be handled on ens-, terms
-;tffl SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
' 5 fflj Upstalra Commercial National Bank Bldg
HB D01- Phone 11,47. and ask for Mr
HV R. A. Saunders.
II LOTS 60x660, fine Ion, i ion $1560 ea 1 1
Hj "ii Bcvcnth street,
- rjll FOR rale or trade, 14500 flrsl mo
.. jHjjHl on irrigated faun 120 four i
XHJ from Oreeley, Colo. Will trade for i
LQHH ern bouse in Ogden. Address Standard
jHJ Kxamln. r. W 1672
lj CHOICE lots Phone 1517-R. Term-
-JBl BARGAIN, Five room lui-li and StUCCO
, ' , mm bungalow completely furnished located nl
1 A awl ll'I Twenlv sixth street New 461
MkWi 1 ' '." iloi'.ii. leilnin e S',0 i,e,n!hl In
I'M'. SAI.K I!, i wiiiis- Six io-mm 1 1 , 1 1 1 e
mod, 1 1 1 ttcept heat; excellent location I
-9 food iniv It you want ii home befori
zZ5fk winter sets in Act quick. Call 1W3 for
QREAT BARG MN
QKdjHj Well built 2 story brick. 7 rooms, hot
jfijkmmi water heat Musi be sold at once, owner
JG J iii-,ln;: cltj Will finish to nii buyer
MfM loctli, ,i 166 TW! n'v fifth Si 166
mWrnmrnWUr NKW two room Iioufc. lot 7jxl50. fenced
mkryj and planted Good well wal, i. A snap.!
vjfJ'A iaS4 Monroe - 1668
fa HOW i . i HOMES HI .l RS
F, : Some real good buya In some of Un
T ' 'IMW latest Dutch designed homes, now open
9 Mm to the public today and ever-. ,i i until
'r-mku sold. lc.r,ted on Twenty-fifth atrect and
19 ACRES with or without crop, one half '
c mile north ol Clearfield on main Btati
IbB oad deal i- i ,n. Phoni 1 1 R I 4603
.-M 9 rwi ) I b ib. pi lcui'.
rBH pressed brick cottage, modern except J
JKH heat, '"all mornlnc Bvanlngl after 6 0
bv appointment 2620 Monroe avenue,
.Jt MM Phone 1204 160 i
'I'W t fi .-. on.- i and or,, I, i
QH bungalows. Phone 1061. 2003 Washing I
ONK more po, d luiv r.n ! If. .n. I ,
9) partlculara phone IM7 4 l :
i i- pnp;mi:i myd-Ti, hou?. lnm w-.idi
y S inglon ';ill evenings. -l."
! JJi' OWNT.R-Four room mwi, ni l-rlclt
. I Kouae, large lot. all In best of condition.
. 9 R a onable lor cash, o" Thirty fiist
, -i 1 I.::
' : i ) N' i - K su mj..iii modern brick
I VC'in 2r.f;:, .Mr, mo, ljU
v. l PORTERi Real Estate and Loana
i 1 ami J37C WachlnsTton uvenue. Phone H76.
A' TP 1261
I ' j REAL ESTATTXnD LOANSj
B MRS. S J. BAKER, 2731 Madison Phone
I FOR SALE OR TRADE!
1G0 ACRES Bear river land. Will trade
H I ' I' M propert) (S7 Canyon road
Phoni j-',', ' ., y
WILL ti ide Ford touting body for dellv.
' i lxjd. I7M W.-i.-hii.t;li,ri a-. nn- ',71:
FIVE acres ont hall block louth of the
Salt Kibe road. Let Tlurt . . vili
1 Thirty-eighth atreets. consisting of a tlx
WDM room modern house, a new gurage for two
cars, also barn room for four horses. Plan- i
ty of fruit, all kinds of chicken coops. Wo
BmW will take ns part poymeni a bungalow in
mm Salt Lake or Ogden. or will take reaadn
B able payment in cash or liberty bonds
rnd give terms on the balance
Till: WALKER CO.
M 623 Eoclea uidg. Phone ino
MmwM 10 CHALMERS, -or trade for smaller ar.
j in, urn i 7n T ventj flral atreel 4.r.7i 1
,i SMALL driving hoi el and light doubli
BBlV hameaa, ull in good condition Phone i
i .1 3. 44-.I4
OVEP.I VNI li--iga In (J-.-.ner gone.
1 WW (Phoni ' 43Q8
rnlmri aharei 7 pel preferred rallwa:
' Tors, fot home 11 " I. Phone 7irt 1251
A hotel for dogs and cats was
I opened a short lime ugo In London.
FOR SALE j
s itoV and Ruck range Cell fef
ferron helueen 2 80 and 1 p. m 4729
HEAT1 i furnl tun and i liKk. na. 8643
1 - - l yen ui
Bl Fl BT n sdlng I imp nil Ij i
l and 12 a. m., and 1 to ! p. m. Phone 904 J.
.ve un 4C37
'NR completi camping outm Including
balloon silk tent, six stools three folding
cots . amp 3toe.i and folding table, IJ67
Tii entydTfth I Tione 1664 16 5
PLAYE1 piano, elect rl rani -lect ri.
washer, leather chairs, beds, dreaaera and
olher furniture. 1561 Twenty fifth Mrret
Call between I a. m and 5pm or after
7 p. m. ifirn-;
PINE bay mare years old 1200 pounds.
or will trade for good cow. Two seat ruh
ber tired .surrey, good cart. .10 fine chick-.
en. phone 177SR 1. '.30 Twentv first
' Indian run only Idd n,llr. llle n.- ,
no 1913 Indian, good condition. .r0 1915
Harley, A 1 shape. 8160, r,3ll Child? ave
trie, 1 ; r. ri
400 WIIITC l.egi.orr. . .Ilel- rbr.re 12 1'
' 1 m 1 ; , , 1 x- r. . 1 ( - 4625
SMALL mill and woodworking machines,
property and all goes at a bargain Build
Ing suitable for auto hop 01 Storage. Will
sell without machine!" Also a 7 room resi
dence. Owner leaving cltv. 1567 Twenty
fifth St 4661
NEARLY n, v. c.i a range, cheap 561
Twenty eighth Street Phone 2392 w
: ' I V .-.iiv foi - blldr. n Phot . HT7
INARIES and supplies. 2354 S'ashlnp
llopsi-l lor sale uelgbt 1100 pounds fifii '
Fourth. 397fi I
CANARIES, guaranteed .singers 2?2''
I.ln. oln 'J947 :
PIANOS ani other mur.lcfll Inxtrumenta
Terms without interest Pantone. 271
TI 1. 1 son 905 -
I 'N'fAhl.n ' for fulls iallor made, hiu
rrd:icfion Gtordbu'a 811 -2 j Twcnty-ff n I
S- ph,,.,e 1P 2167
P.I I NTS AND VARNISH
Buy vour potnt at Stow-'s and Mive
money, lym Washington avnu Phone'
6gg- I 131 I
I FOR SALE Autos
I FORD louring, demountable wheels, fonri
CJood ear 'llres. extra tire an- rim Sev-.
eral other extras. Price J150 2559 1 n 1
I -ii' loadvier Good condition. J375
j 23.t Kccleg avenue. 4fi7 '
lnr.i Six Touring "I
Bulck Touring, cheap
Nash S -passenger TourinK"
j StudebaV.er Touring
I Oakland Touring
j Xnsh 2 ion Truck
All in firt class mechanical condition I
, T, i ms 10 suli
I PACIFIC NASH MOTOR COMPANY :
2200 Washington Ave Ogden 1
1 - g facilities and
box. All new tir.-s. Continental Red Seal j
motor. Will take Ford as part payment 1
891 : lefferson i .11
: ' I m ,i touring u )usl o ei hauled. In 1 '.
excellent tondltlon. inquire at 449 Twen I
m l.i.-" .ti.it. Api.rtrnent 1". 4fi!2 :
FORD tmch 1 hi me 669 01 I54E M 161 II
v T-panenger Studebaker touring car, j
I good running order new paint A snap. :
,f750 R. T. Mitchell Co.. 2439 Hudson Ave '
v I'l.i:.V ill r-imMy car. four r x llnder 1
new fop and paint, go 00 tires Will trade I
for city property. What liave vou to of-1.
fer" P.. T. Mil. hell Co.. 2439 Hudson Ave
4 41k t
I A NEW 1920 Hupmoblle. 5 passenger
' touring car. run less than 1000 miles A
I rain. R. T. Mitchell Co. 2439 Hudson
; 4 -in
P'I7 l ord loii-nm car , Hnulation
I manager. Standard Examiner. 4167
I- I T PASSKNUFb !x yllnd. r am.,, ,0
bile In first class condition. Apply 2715
lams Ave. C990
SI.'VFN passenger fadlllac In excellent
1 condition, for juiIc cheap. Inquire 813
T .v. nt) fifth 8918
SMALL sport roadatcr A 1 fhupe. Phon-
j BUSINESS 1
OLD established grocer;. Kteadlly Improv
ing business with six room house, most
desirable resldi mini spot In the city, gen
uine good buy. Box S33, care Standard
1 rei 4508
j WANTED jj
SALESMAN with automobile to call on
, country Imde and mc II phonographs nnrl
pianos. Big field. Splendid opportunltv
lor right young man. Nobody but a stlck
Cl nd a llvt wire wanted Reference
r guired. Salary and commission Mi
Hollund. Glen Bros.-Robet ts Piano Co
1 .' 11 ' v 1 . man 11 icturlng concern hat open
Ing for an A 1 live saleamaii Must be a
hustler Address P. O Box 1015. Salt
L'ike 'lty. 273
f WANTED j
'SECOND hand windows. Phone 4 11
LARGE clt .ii raga (ranted .it Standard
Examiner office. 4379
RICVi'IjE. Owner can have yamo ny Iden
Ufylng and pa ing for ad. Pasty apart
MATER v IT V t , I . , 1 1 ,, ,...
bom, kfom oe Phoni 31 1 ', R 1 11
BMALL fatnil) laundries washed and
Ironed, reasonable. Mrs. Smith. 105
Twenty-seiventh. 1586 1
HOUI 1 : p dntJng 1 .1 1 1 J46jJ, j si 7
APARTMENT house or hotel furnished.1
al oni e I t.,hnn Hotel, Room 62. : 1
F'.'l ' 1 1 ..r 1 P. .- r,,,en hons . modern or
PS fl I-. mod, m. Phone 1660-J, t 1 1
BY young coupio with two children s
four or five room house Can give good
1. I' ' 11. e p,-,x 215 .ere Standard. 392(
P FORRENT jj
THREE Ohio acuums. Jl day. Phone
'-'""' 1 '
M'P.GE room Tvr rent. Call Aj.heFto-
1 e Products r0 . pi0IK. Hlfi.y 357-, ,
BETWEEN Ogden and Garland, roll of I
bedding. Mnder reiurn to Nelson A: Ki lls'
. 4733 I
PI RPLE plush box 1 ontulnlnp uff 1 11 1 1
toiiM with Masonic emblem Call 83 Re 1
v 732 ;
M v vs bl"J at In Cottonwood
canyon Under please return to 2Clr
N" " 1 ' l : m Reward 1708
1 DIBS" black dipper on Rlverdale road
Pleast return to R. E. Wilson. Seovillc
Piinllng i-q j67n
rERSEY heir! r bTanded - 3 " on i. ft
h p Phone Ml J. , lt
.1 ' LY 27. .-'in In. 1 Vs pin . t -.- I-i,
diamonds. Reward. Phone Chcesman
Cheese la hold In abomination by
:ho Chinese. j
j Male Help I
EXPERIENCED ronl teamster Top
I wanes, Vpply IJon Coal Co. Thirty -first
1 1 w 1 iiincrton. 1743
FIRST class machinists. 85c per hour. I
I hours per dav Phone .)23. ask for super
I FEW husky voung men wanted. Dumke
i- loral ' o . Pin'. I
yOXJNO man for KTOcer delivery, ae
jriualnted In I lie city. .Must understand
l"ord car. References. 2710 Lincoln
WANTED Good live man to write fire
' Insurance. Salary and commission Smith
l& Flinders Co, t'pstairs Commercial Na-
tlonal Bank 4S6S
MEN wanted 10 unload coal by contract,
ogden Bower Pipe ft Clay Co 4580
priV vilh horse for Sland.nd routr. on
. in yon rgi 1 1 1 221
I- I .'. I N ; III ei-hl weeks. Y. M C A
I Auto School Ixs rgeei 40in
BELL ho-- f Keajy i-foiei
p WANTED j
EXPERIENCED waltn-ss Travelers
f ile 17o Twenty -fifth street 4721
U'MTKK'-s, Apply I ia I rv 1 un. b. 119
i'iu-rit fifth 4694
TWO maid a for housekeeping department
1 I ho ;n tn I Appl j ni mat i on
EXPFKIENi"l-;i) si- noeTopher-liookk' cpi 1
Hox H. care this paper 4fifi2
0(OIi experienced Ctrl or soman to assist
with housework and two children; one
who can go home ihkIiid preferred, Good
WS Address Iiox C T. C. care Stand
an! ISxamlnar. 4655
I W N v, ekl - ,ar time, writing for
newspapers, magazines' experience tin
necessary; details free. Press Syndicate,
U,'. Si Ix, ui. Mo
ll.M UI ' . l.-ri. wi.fited at Busy
Bl ' nd. Twenty-fifth and Grant. Ooo-J
8T1 fi 1(55 I-lirU wanted fine ivlth ex
perl, nee preferred Ogden 'llolesalo
Ore .- Co. MQ6
I VIWIM I" won. an ke.-p home for
three Gpod wages Pbon;- 24T," V
11V large wholesale and retail firm an ex
perienced stenographer. This la a nplen
did position for the right party. Address
Stating experience. Box 90. Standard
1 Ixaminci 4 54 7
I 'A KN 5. Jo wi-.-kl; pare time wrlllnK ioi
newspapers, magailnes; experience un
fieaaary: deUils free Press Syndicate. 168
si Louis. Mo -100 1
t DRESSMAKING ""HI
PLAIN dressmaking and sewing 2132
1. ..... i-ii..ne glgg W 1727
: d: ess. m akiN'". y?, 1,. t, r TTTTiT
1786 M 471m
TT PlTCirilNG and pTquoi edge XT;
,vork guaranteed. Prompt Service. Sin
rer Sowing Machine Co.. 2338 Washington. I
' if ' I 11 N 1 1 . . It i ri cr done .v, 2ji.",
. EESSM A K 1 N ) nid plain .s.;wior .149
Pi ;-f 11: -t 4 253
- EV. I : .1 52fi S.- 1 . n f 1 1 4254
4 E MSTITCH I i'G AND PICOT EDGE
The Lighthouse, 2452 Washington Ave, I
ipposlts ih.- Ping.ec bank phont, 581.
r enpt fervlce, 33?
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, t.mi - 1
r.; and pleating Second floor W H '
', rleht Snr ?. Mrr II l-:oman 1169
j WANTED j
; FOR caah. modern five or six room bunga
low. State location Must be reasonable.
Rox li,. Standard-Examiner 4671
WILL pay cash for Ford louring car. No
'commissions. Phone 332 W. 46f.4
I ' 1 1 ! 0 i -1 , hi. I-.. 111- Phone 1243.
11 ...n'li .' I , , 1 . , 1653
SECOND hand sulk-, or push carl 22C6
w hlngton 4 0 1 s
LARQE cli n rags wanted at the stand
id E.T .mln. r -. 1 1 1 4 310
I' I I-" , , 1 1 !,-. , 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 hocr. '.'ill . a 'I ;
'at your yard Gus Jensen. 3431 Washing ,
on v fi PJ oni - II 4026
j FOR RENT j
TIIEl i: upstairs rooms for light house
keeping, freshly pnpered. Price ?15 per
monil. I ' I Tw. r.t slxtli 472
i HE I 111 Ii.iii. TTi . t Tm .-n'
I first Street Pnone 584 J 4721
1 VB room housi Phi.n. .-i w .. i,
I TWO or four room modern, also furnished
i rooms. Phono 126. Address 2011 Wash
j ington 459il
I T'0 and 3-toom apartmenta; private
bath Newly kalscmlned. Close In. Phoni
i loos I 34P'.
j roOENf 5
TWO room apartment, on.- block from
business part of town. 24','. Adams ave.
nur Phone 1(537. 4740
'l'' 11 i n 1 o, .in i. 1 . ; 1 : 1 1 1 nrl elos, I
' $2u nionlli Phone 1223 R. 4737
TU'i hirge li.iu.o-k. f ping room.-' 27.riS
1 Lincoln 1738
BE D 1 'i ' M ntleninn pi , (eri ,--J. r ', :
lences required. 2."3S Orchard Phone
1 1 N 1 nlcel; Furnished bedroom for on.- ,,r
two gentlemen 219 Twentv seventh
'TWO room cottaire, rnod.-rn 663 Twen
tj fifth Klr.et Plione 1962. 4734
8i1 V.1 I furnished huii-n on I'icJ Hi . 1 1
Inquire 2227 Qulnc) Phone 1679 M 473.:,
BLEEANTEV I'll nidi, d fi,,nt room foi
I rent M Twen! fouitb. 46SS
STRICTLY modern thre. room apartment
close In. no children. Inquire 2327 Adams
SLEEPING room 2688 Adama Phone
29r.fi 1 'all after 5.30 p m 4r,n'i
I'l ESISHEIi :li-eplng rooms 2 .r0 wrek
Call after 6 p. m, 650 Twentv fourth
1 L7RNISHED room for gentleman r.n.'.
Tv ell'T I III id hi rr .(
1' Sl.EEPIN'if i- vim- .','!'. 'i'T n (-. .-. w in h
SI Phone 2173 M 4f.33
'.'."I hou.-.. -Ue, ping r...,m. nlni ,,n -l.-.-j.
Inr 100m 224' Washington 4hi3
Mi ELY furnished room with bath nnd
teb phone. Good location Phone 9K1 J i
TWo xnrl I,, 111 roomed furnished apart
ments, 278a Grant avenue. 4f94
1 1 i.N 1 1 1 El 1 bedroom for gentleman
-74: W.i-lilnrton Phone 2M7 I 4V.' :
TWO Bleeping, rooms for gentlemen, Mod
cm: furnace heat. 428 Blnfoid avenue
i .y furnished room with bath, 25"o j
Orchard avenue 4557 1
El EMMIEI 1 looms. 530 Twenty (bird !
I- 1 KNlSllITi hou-. . ping room: 2610 i
Mi. in. 1 hone 1 It I .M 456 I I
MODERN hunc.ilow, Becker's bridge, c.-in
..m Ph,,ne SOS 43m
I I I'NISIil'Ii room 2 6 in Jeff, r.-on
TWO iij.jin.-. gas. 10 month 536 Thirty
riri j 4177 '
.SLEEPING rooine over Ogden iheater
II RNISHED or unfurnlshi-d rooms. 2348
W ' - hlngton 4069
l .'iii '.pi . ; ,-, I ill-, adapted for gentlemen.
Gates Hotel 2416 Giant Ave. Phono 3050
The 1 riiie.i States exports artificial
ailk products to China. Japan and
Italy, the chief silk producing coun
tries in tho world
i SECOND-HAND GOODS j
SECONP hand goods bought nnd sold T
C tverson, I64b Washington Phone 49.
SECONDHAND coeds l-onchr nnd sold T
C hrr.'on, 1640 Washington SVenUC
I Phone 40. 3973
WE tnKv our old rane .-vs nrst p"ment
on any new range, or will buy your old
raDne outr Icht. Ilomo Kurnltur 'Jo. 487
( MONEY TO LOAN j
WArrrEO to porrow.
e have appllcntlon for two farm loana
j of $4000 each. We . an recommend these
'as good loans at S per eint Interest.
SMITH FLINDERS CO
I pstalrs Commercial National Punk
I " WANTED TO BORROW
! We have several application" for loans
1 at ho time, rang'ng from $1000 up. We
'can place your uuney on good security.
SMITH & KEI NDERS
I'pstalrs Commercial Bank Phone 1147
TO saJarieti peopla Without aaGiinty. 'O
'others 50 plnnos. furniture, bonds, etc.
127 Ibid'on P,lde Phone 2S4 743
I MONEY to loan oa nipiov.-j win euui 1 -I
Kslly tt Herrlck 7TJ
j i --
I Information Bureau
W00 PER LIMr PPP MONTH
ANYTHING New or Olo
ANYTHi'NG A to nw or old
j bOUgltt. sold or traded Phono 333
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
I Bramwell Boob and Stationery. 2r,;
Washington Ave Phone 38Q, 205
Clah Natltonsi llink. southenf co-ner
j Twcn' -fourlh and Washington Phone 01
I CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F. Strupplck. carpenter and Jobber 1r,S
' Tw enty third St. Phone 1011 4 171
j Ogd, 11 Carpet doming Works where
'vou get results Phone 41C or 1S20 W
Expert carpet cleaning upholstering,
mattresses made 1 1 . r f. thr rs renov? 1 1
Call e. .1 Hampton 4t Co.. H6M, i-'"i
K. Von Kanipen for uphoiniertni;, car
pets cienneci aftsred and la'd FleruaklnR
of rnnl tresses Phone 27r,2-J
CEMENT CLOCK MANUFACTURING
We pni m driveways and foundations
and build cottages and garages Prion.-
-267 J tr-,
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phono 133 325S-CCI Washington Ave.
CHOP SUE" AND NOODLES
Ma.suba A ?o , leading Japanese res
taurant in Ogden 27 24th St
The New Method Dentist im special
ists in all branches of Dfntlatry. 246j
WaahlnKton Ave 21f)
Eor 11 nlco electric manage, call ri
2447 Grant -. 1 rmo 4342
Orden Engraving Service makers
of fin cuts In one or DtO.Tj clors. '15
T'Tenty-fourCi Mr.-. 1 r-,r,,. . 62
Geo. I) Bennett, corporation and i.toup
Insurance a i-pe. ialtj Phone 121-W 1514
JL'fJK AND HIDES
Wcstem Hide A: .'.unk Co.. 2323 W'ojh
Infflon Avt . Phone 801
Ocden I Jnk House, VKl WosblngtOD
Kvt Phone 210
Gas and cool tanges connected. All
kinds of plumbing vork. Our prices are
right. Orvil Waldram. 561 Seventeenth
street. ITionc M29-R. 4330
Paper hanging, painting, kajMlrilnlnjg.
1 paper cleaning, Keosonablo. Phone 3220-K
j Roofs repaired nnd painted Call 945-J 1
Wit lard Kuy reil estato nnd loans
.M71 Wa:hligton Ave Phor.o 4o3 1ST
Garbage or.d rubbish haulrd. cesspoo'? :
ep.i tollen cleaned lohn Chipp & .'o
Phone 828. 234$ Iludrci. Avenue V7C"
TRUNKS AND HAGS
Trunk and bay repilrloK. round cor
ncr from Sundord. Gnllacher's. '373 Elud
EXPERT window and wall paoor clean
inc American Window i.'ieanint Ph ri
j legal notices
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE
LINQUCNCY OF THE SAME.
I To Whom It May Concern
I I'nder aUthorlt) of Section 27S of the
Compiled l.rfiwa of I'toh. 1907. nnd aa dl
re ted b Section 1056 of the Relscd Or
dinance;, of ogden City, Utah, 1915.
I The undersigned treasurer of Ogden
City, t'tah, hereby gives notice Ihnt a spe
clal tnx for the purpose of pa ing Ihe
costs of building bltulllhlc paving, grad
ling, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, cul
I verts, drainage. Irrigation systems, sewer
'and water connections. etc., n Ogden
City. I'tnb. has been levied and onflrrncd
I by an ordinance of the Board of Commla
i8lonri of Ogden City. I'tah. adopt, d and
passed August 19, 1920, and published Au
gust 20. 1920.
Said special tax Is levied upon nil prop,
erty abutting on the following street, to
wit: lloth sides of Hudson avenue, between
Twentv-second and Twenty-third atreets,
and both aides of Grant avenue between
Twenty fliih (26th) and Twentv-elgbi h
(2Kth) street in Paving District No ISO,
and more pnrtlcularlv descrllied as follow-
10 wit Part of IvOta 1. 7. 8. 9 and 10.
Plock 5. Plat A " Eots 5 and 6, block 4.
Plat "A," Ixits 1 nnd 10. Plock 10, Pint
A ' Ix)tS 2 to 6 Inclusive, Block 11, Plu!
j A." Eota 1,7 S, 9 and 10. Block 19, Plat
'A," and Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive, Block 39,
Plat "A." all In Ogden City Survey, to a
deplh of 50 feet bark from the street line
Said tax is paynble In 10 Installments.
Th'- iirsi Installment hecomes delinquent
on the 9th day of October, 1920
The second Installment becomes delin
quent on Ihe 20lh day of Augniat. 1921
The third installment becomes delln
quenl on the 20lh day of August. 1922
The fourlh installment becomes delln
quenl on the 20th day of August, 1923.
The nfih Inslallment becomes delln
'lueni on the 20lh day of August 1924.
I The sixth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 20th day of August, 1925
The seventh Installment becomes delin
quent on the 20th day of August. 1926
The eighth installment becomes delin
quent on the 20th day of August. 1927.
The ninth Installment hecomes dclin
quenl on the 20th day of August 1928.
The tenth installment becomes delin
quent on the 20th day of August. 1929
Each of nald installments draws Interest
at the rate of Fix per cent per annum
Irom the 20th day of August, 1920 until
delinquent, and If said tax or anv Install
ment thereof shall remain unpaid after
tho delinquency of the Bame, Interval
thereon thereafter will ' e at the rate of
eight per cent per annum until such as
aessments are fully paid
All special taxes are payable at the of
flee of the city treasurer In the city hall,
at Ogden City. Utah
C. T. KOONS.
' 'it v Tn asm er
Published in the Ogden Standard Exam
iner. First publication Aug-ust 24, 1920
Eaat publication August 2S. 1920
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING OF THE PINGREE NA
To tbe Shareholders of the Pingreo Na
By vote of the Eonrd of Directors of
the Pingiee National Rank. 1 am instruct-
d to an I do her. by ill a special nn imc
of the shareholders, to be held at tho
banking room of said bank. No 2451
Washington avenue in the City of Ogden,
County of Weber. State of Utnh. on
Thursday, the ICtb day of September, A
D. 1920. at 12 o clock noon, for the foi
1. To see ii Hi shareholders will ratify
and confirm the action of the Board of
Directors In Increasing the capital slock
of Iho Plngren Ni.iional Rank of Ogden.
I tab, fiom On. lli.ndied nnd S. vont five
Thousand f Jl75.0Dn.00) Dollars to Two
Hundred and Put. Thousand f$250 000 00)
Dollars, bj the lsau nnd i-aie ol seven
.hundred and fifty f7j0) shares of stork, of
(the pnr vulue of gnr Hundred ($100;) Lol
1 hfn per r.h.ire.
This increase jf stock is to he sold at
J fhh7 per share and the present share
(holders nre permllted lo subscribe for
new sto. k in proportion to the amount of
j stock now held by them
2. To change Its name from Pinri,,
1 National Bank o ' National Rank of Com-
I 3 To take action upon any and all
matters and thl.ig.- that may come beforo
nald shnr, holders' meeting and to transact
such other business than hen In spe. Ifleal
ly designated as may legally be transact
ed at an id meeting.
Dated- August 11. I9jn
By order of the Board of Director?
JAMBS H KI EE V
ICashler of tbe Plrgree Xatlonal Bank of
I Ogden Utah
Date 01 firsi publication: August n 1920
Date of last publication : September 1'
iln the District Court of Weber Counlv.
I I tnh
"Roiio T Greenwell, Plaintiff. s Fred
Matin as. If not d--.-. a. d, and If de
ceased, his unknown heiis. devisees,
legatees nnd creditor; lane Pi Mnth
vns. John Doe nnd Mary Roe. whose:
other and true names are to plaintiff 1
unknown, -ind any and all persons who
have or claim to have any right, title 1
I or Interest In or to all or any part of
the real property described In the corn j
1 plaint filed herein defendants
'The Stale of Utah to the Said Defend 1
You nre hereby summoned to appear
jwithin twentj days after lervlce of this
summons upon you If served within lh- i
jcounty In which this action Is , brought
otherwise, within Ihtrtv days after service. '
and defend the above entitli-d action and
; In case Ol your failure so to do. Judgment I
will In rendered -ignlnst you according to'
' the demand of the complaint, which has
, 1 1 n filed with the clerk of said court,
j Thla action Is brought to obtnln a Judu
ment and decree adjudging the plaintiff
, to be the owner of and Quieting nil title
against any and all Claims of the defend
'ants In and to
Ixd Forty-three f41) and Eortv four
(44 1 In Blob-el's Subdivision of the East
1 half of Block Twenty two f22), Plat C "
Ogden City Survey, situate In the Has!
. hnlf of the Northeast quarter of Section
I Thirty-three 3 and the Northwest tniar
Her of Section Thirty four (34) Township
Six (6) Norih of Hnnge One (1) V. irt of
Die Salt Ivike Meridian. United States
Survey, in Weber Countv. Ptnh
JOS E EVANS.
pii b tiff s Attornei
P. O. Address. David Eccley Building.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL
In the District Court of the County of We
her. State of T'leh
Iln the Matter ol the Kstato of Chauncey
Tbe undersigned, administratrix of the
estate of Chauncey Parry, decerned, will
acll. at private sale, the following ptop-
Fifteen shares of the e.npi0 stock of
'the Dlnsdale Water Company, a eorpora
I Hon. (each share beln of the par -value
A one fourlh interert In the co-partner-I
ship of the Joseph Parry & Sons Com
On or after the 7th day of September
I 1920, and written bide for the same, or
eny part thereof, will be received at the
residence of Julia E. Parrv 1763 Wash
! Ington Avenue Ogden I'tah until 12
; o'clock noon of said date. Terms ol sale
'cash, ten per cent to accompany bid and
the balance on confirmation of sale by
Dated August ISrd, 1920
Jl'EIA E PARRY
4709 Sole Administratrix
TO CHARLES V DIER
Take notice that John S Keating of
Saskatoon Saskatchewan, has commenced
an action against you In the Klngs
Bent h. Judicial District of Sask.-'toon
claiming $2114. 9fl and interest at 8 per
cent per cinnum nn $14.'.o from January
20. 1919 under two promissory notes
made by yon in Ids favor dated May 21.
1913 for $.162 .'id each, ari l under two fur
ther promissory notes of snmn date and
amounts mnde by you In favor of A. I.
Turnbull of which John S Keating claims
l. be the holder.
And take further notice that unless
on enter an appearance In the office of
the said court wlth.n SO days after four
publications of this notice and within sl
days thereafter file our defense. Judg
ment will be entered against you for snid
amounts and costs of notion.
Dated nt Saskatoon this Hth day of
CREISE. TI'FTS A EI DAE.
Iln Ihe District Court of Weber County.
Btal e of I 'tab
1I1 inn Atkinson, Plaintiff, vs Walter W.
I Atkinson Defendant.
The State of I'tah to Said Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
I Summons upon you. If served within the
'county In which this action is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after scr- j
Ice; -ind d. f. nd tin. above entitled action. 1
land In case of vour failure so to do. Judg j
ment Will be rendered against ou accord
Ing to ihe d.-mand of the complaint.!
which bns been filed with the clerk of
This action Is brought to recover a
Judgment dissolving the londs of malrl
tnony. heretofore txtstlng between you
DEVINE, STINE & GW1EE1AM.
I Piamtlff's Attorneys.
I p O. Address 625 Ecclea building, Og I
j den. I In)) ' 1-
NOTICE FOn PUBLICATION.
Department or ihe Interior. E S. Land
Offi.-e at Salt Eitke City. Utah. July 21,
Noi lee is hereby given that Charles W
Brown, of Ogden. Etah, who. on June U
1916, made homestead entry. No 017SG0
for NE. Section S. Townshllp 7 North I
Range 1 E11.1t. Salt I.ako Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make three
yoai proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, tefore W EL Reeder.
h United stniei Comnilssloner at Og
den. Utah, on the 31st day of Augu.st.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
D. D. Dunhnr. Le Shaw Robert Mont
gomcry Eouls Shaw, all of Elhcrty Etab
GOL'I.D B. BLAKEEY
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
In the Matter of the Estate and Guardian
ship of Robert M. Caldwell, Jr . other
wise known as Robert Colwell Minor
The petition of Robert M. Caldwell sr.
for letters of guardianship of the person
and estate of Robert M Caldwell. Jr.. olh
erwlse known as Robert Colwell. n minor.
In the above entitled matter has been set
for hearing on Tuesday, the 7th day of
September, 1920. at 10 o'clock n. m., at
the county court house In the court
room of said court. In Ogden City. Weber
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this Mtll day
of August. 1920
WALTER N PARR,
By Mabel Wysong, Deputy Clerk.
Harris ii Jenson, Attorneys for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second Judl
cial District In and lor Weber County. I
Stale of I'tah.
'in the Matter of Ihe Estate of George E.
Creditors will present claims with
VOUCherfl to the undersigned nt tho Office
of C. R HoUlngSWOrth, Suite 618. David
Ecclea Building. Ogden Utah, on or before
the 25th day of October. 1920.
Dated: August 17. 1920
i I STIEWEEI.
Administrator of the Estato of Georgv E.
C R Holllngaworth, Attorney for Admin
In Hie Mailer of tho Estate of Samuel T
The petition of George Halverson. for
Issuance of letters testamentary to him
self .In the above entitled mattvr. lias
been Bet for hearing before I-bm A E
Pratt. Judge, on Tuesday, ihe "i h day ol
September. 1920. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
ih, count) court house. In the court room
The Ogden Auto Directory I
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO j
We buy all cars rerdless of condition. Salvage parts for gale i!
Auto Salvage Co., 2348 Grant. 4045 I
Auto repairing and welding. L. J. Haight, 2579 Grant. 4044
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3738 j
Northeast Service Station. Cheesman Auto Co. 3786
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bernstein
trucks. White-Robinaon, 2300 Wa-shington. Phont 340. 3739 j
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged. Exide Battery Sta-
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue 3741 1
Webei Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max- 1
well sale3 and service. Phone 143 3742
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3772 I
LLOYD GEORGE SINGS H
U S. NATIONAL ANTHEM
AT LINCOLN UNVEILING B
LONDON, Premier Lloyd Qeorge made the principal ndflross wkwM
at tin unveiling of the statue of Abraham Lincoln at Westminster. LjM
The statue was a gift to Greal Britain from America. Veterans pf
tin- l'mti states Civil war, lnnvn at Ihe base of the statue, took
part in the ceremonies. Lloyd George is snows siutrinu; "The Star LjM
Higher Transportation Charges
on Passengers nnd Freight
Are Chief Items
WASHINGTON, Aup. 25. Increased
transportation ChfUTffM on practically
all railroads and steamship lines of
the country will become effectivi- at
mldnlpht tonlchL The freneral in
creases approximate 33 1-3 per cent,
in fri'lt'ht rates. 20 per cent In passen
ger fares and excess ba7Raire and milk
charges, and 50 per cent in charm-
for Pullman accomodations.
Water carriers will Inaugurate Joint
rail nnd water traffic rate Increase
corresponding to the all-rail ad
Hearings on petitions of carriers for
higher iats on Intrastate traffic
where state commissions have refused
to approve the increases sought, have
been authorized by the Interstate com
merce commission, which under the
transportation act. has Jurisdiction
over intrastate rates.
FAIR MANAGER TAB00ES
HARDING 'CANNED SPEECH'
COLUMBUS. O.. Aug. 25 Phono- i
graph records as a "proxy lor SqnatOl
Harding at tho state fair August 81."
presidential day, was tabooed loday by j
the fair management The plan
to have Republican speakers anil
Harding phonograph records presenl
the Republican cause daily
"Senator Harding lives within fortj
miles of Columbus and if he wants his
speeches delivered at the slate fair he
ought to come and deliver them him
self, ' E. V. Walbron. fair manager, de
dared. Senator Harding in two telegrams ;
has asserted that ho can not arrangi
his -schedule to permit him to attend 1
the fair presidential day.
Tho British museum library has
more than 14,000,000 record, d read
ers annually and is the largest ref
erence lllnary in the world.
of nald court In Offden City, Weber Coun
Witness, the clerk of sniil court, with
Hie seal thereof .ifilxeii. this 2!tii day of
WALTER .v PARR, Clerk.
By Mabel Wyuongi Deputy clerk.
Georae Miilvcrson. i;.in.. ittorn- for I'c
(Seal) 17 IC
LPLEA FOR RUSS I
America Should Allow Nation
to Solve Its Own Problems,
I Socialists Assert - l
NEW YORK. Aug. 25. The So
! cialist party opened its campaign Inst kwm
! night at a meeting called for 'Expreo- MMmt
sing solidarity with the Russian soviet MMMM
republic and protesting against the pol
lclcs by which the capitalistic govern.-"
ments of the world have sought antf WtWM
arc seeking to strangle the voice of the
J. D. Cannon. Socialist candidate foV LwM
foverhor, ciitlolaed the government be-;
cauae of its attitude toward sovll MMmm
Russia, and said there was a time when
the United States nut only recognized" WtwM
a new born republic, but offered pro-'j
lection to it. mWM
"I don t want the I'nlted 5?tates to LwM
help the Ruaalnri soviet republic." sa!(d.
Cannon. "Wna I want Is to have thu mMwM
United Stall's let it alone " mtWM
Municipal Court Justice Jacob Pan
ken said he agreed with Secretary of WtmM
State Colby when he declared recently
that the president and cabint ouid mtmm
not aid Poland, as that was up to con- MtMM
"But six months ago." he added,
"Secretary of War naker sent muni- mtmt
tlons to Poland and I charge the prea- mtmt
idem and cabinet with betraying the. mtrnt
constitution." A little later the Justice
said: "The president is a traitor K mmM
the constitution and violated his oath m
of offifp I.y sen il-ig arias 'o right the
Russians, a friendly people against
whom no declaration of war has beetr
Resolutions were adopted that "tho.
principle of self-datormlnatlon for alii
peoples, loudly proclaimed by the M
allied government wben they needed
It as a popular w;vr cry, nas beehl
I kgrantly violated by tbetn in all their
dealings with the Russian soviet re
The resolutions also stated that. "th. W
interests of the masses In the United'' mM
si lies and he world require that Russia.
t.e permitted to solve her own prob
letiis. without dictation from outside."' m
end that "to this end v. e protest against BM
. ny effort uf the government of the m
United State:! to rehabilitate the l'ox
ish Imperialists and put them in a po-'
siion o renew their atacks upon soviet
tin to the time we entered the waf, '
the largest national drive for raising H
money bad been a pension fund for Bw
clergymen, with $-1,000,000 as its ob- BM