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THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 7, 1920 IHh. OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 13
f FOR 3AJ "A
11 arrfi at Clinftnn 1 level Hand
loam soil. Five hrr water I iivln tc
H 'cler canal. Oood family orchard. Oood
H nf live room fremr house. A home nnd
H small inn un n.tiio 1. pleased tr own.
1 fi ncree nt W'oal iprb n III. MM
21 acres at Orchard f 4.200
2.1 sore at Ro
H 30 acre at South Weber f 4-. 000
arrn t Rn en I a lc high a v .111. SaO
1 17, icre nt Clearfield on Stat'
H 17 nere at Orchard t i.i 0
RH 10 acre at f "Union ? DM
1 IS a. r- . at Hooper IS.S00
Moat of the above place have goo I
H water rights find pond improv cnu nt and
H are rciwniihlr in price. Sec theni to'a .
H TtlC) may re cone tomorrow
SMITH a ilimi:us CO
H fpslulrs Commercial National Bank
. . V y 101
JH FIVE room modern frame house on Ad
KH ama avenue. Ixt ftelM feel Can mak". I
HH sr i; loom modern on' fie block
H house, one of the beat homes In the city.
H fan make terma. S1500.
H Small npnrtmeni hon Oil Washington,
H ood for man end Wlfl Rent $2."
1 room rnomlnK house nn Twentj fifth
H Will hell furniture with tease for
H .inilx grocery Mom- doing shout S2M0
Vm huH Jisoo win rent building anH fix-.
r . ,
BH building which la n valuable asset to the,
business. Can bfl handled for 12230.
W, P. LONG
iHHIb 277: Washington T'hone Ml M I'
H BY iVNi:R Four rnom.. pantry, clothes , J
Hl closet, screened porch, large shed, fruit t
H trees. 1051 tJrnnt avenue. Phone 1132 J i
.A BRICK house, six room, two screened I J
jH porches, garage, close In. paved street. H
H paving paid, eai- line. poweaJllOll now. J
I $1000 will handle ii Kennedy. L'tuh Na i,
tionnl Bldjr. Phone nn. -
M. COLOKIA Bl SQ iIjOV
VB aw offer two upto-lh-mlnutf colonlail
Hr ! ifni home? at very mtrnrti prin-y
and termi I loth in 1 l 1 i
HBH i evidential aeetlon. are nel conplatod
HHh rind rejid for oerupnnrx . Will sell the
A fIVi room for H500 nnd ( i on i
H rrvon.' tot Tb.
HBbH Bains and termi are untwttally liberal,
n E. W. CANN'ADT
BJPH M17 Hudson Avonuc
HHifl Alhambru Theater Is Next Door
J 43 acres best Innd In Weler count : I
HHH Iwo mllcn from car line: pent 'if wat-i
HB fOI r- . i in.- lein housi
j 1 (,000. Can hiij 720 acn ranp
I D Phone 1
PY i w ' : i ,in ... i . i ' i ii- l on
1 modem Residence 619 Twenty-second.
T ' I " Li' 00 1
HHJIl located one bU k from Twenty-second nnd
PsYi' Washington Tr0 apartmentil in each 1
UL buy the
M Four room hhmI.-hi btick bungalow, full
HHb baaament, iair- it. modern chicken
HHH eoop?. good shade, ind lawn. South par'
of city. $8000. T n
Five room moJ m ement block, lol Ira
r I41U Let located in weal part of
Sec US before Oil
R V SAI S11HRS
B13 Bccles I'ldf Phone so: 01 si: i:
i' . . i n ii kJi i n bi "
bench. $4000. $800 down.
Six ioiiii i lero limit-on bench CIo
in $3500. Tenns.
Two room fnnne Fine buy. Fine lo
cation. $1400 1300 down
Seven room modern brick on bench Lot
4Sxl."0 Garagi'.i' mil true", etc. S'.'.f.i'
Temis. , i
Five room modem brlek. Close in $3j00.
Four room Irani'- noi th part of city, i
Wc have man) more nne houaes lifted
With tiff. Corn- and look them ovi-r. SO
M trouble to show them.
L'ndcr Commercial National Ituk
I'Ii'iik gfj 61 ' .
23 ACRE f i ; '
rrop on it this year. Two mllei from
Ogdcn. close to beet dump unci close to
school. Price IM.000, Owner will ooh
sifler olt propertj as part payment,
Six room houae. eloae In on Vil.ini--.
$B000 cash. Rest buy in town for the.
Six room brick house, one acre. Mfnt i
of fruit A bargain a I $5500 for h few
1" acies of eleai land i lt-' in llnghatn
The owner will .sfll or consider trade on
480 acres of land In the fpinon.s Boa
river valley close to Tremonton. 'ill sail
all or pait and iuk- in some city propel t
as jmit payment. I have numerous other
bargain? in real estatt ,nll nnl see ine.
ROY GRIF1 IN
2375 Hudson Avenue Phon. 159
1 IF ou lme any propertj you want u
HHHl sell or trade sec Roy Griffin. 2375 Hud
H son avenue. Phone 350.
GOOD fa 1 - hoi ' 1 1 1
1 coin avenue with rrood lot. only $IS00
HHHi 1 have three CTOCeTJ itOrefl for sale
HlH' One located in th bemt of the buslnesj
HHH dlatrict. Two located In wards. All "
HHB Ing a good business nnd ar all oo'l
HHBT Good three room modern brick house,
B"- .v.'i located clow In on Twcnij six h
Street, Only $2200. Terms.
I bin I.lbertv bonds
PIU M . MITT
Sill lliifl.on nenue Phone
.-1 ' :
i -i i: Col 19x132 . ii. . i
alleyway; excellent location Phone S189
N'INF room strbtlx nud in high vrade
home on Adams avenue, nt n Twentj
fifth street. Terms. 19000,
l Five room mode ru brick home, T m
A bargain I5S0O.
Ki.i i. ill i;i:n K -
BY OWNSB New housei four rooms
pantry and closet, screen norch, watei and
llfrbt: immllate poaaession. Located In
southwest iKirt of town Call at 15. West
1 Thlrtj first. Price $2100. Phone I371-J
i.i i' i: a.-t ..ii ,1 re tat b J H
m person. If wc haven't what ou want we
win (crt it. 408 Twenty-sixth
Phone 12S7 6040
I 1 OWNiSR Ple reo-:) bn, k n ,, hath
Five lots. Miift sell in ten daw Price
$2800 7" Lincoln.
FROEUBP .v I (WLE6
H Real Histate Insurance Loans
H Immediate osf.ei4tlon of three room cot-
tage. niCel) located on the bench. House
hss cement basement. newly papered
H rooms, nice lawn nnd shade treey. Price
165'.. $300 to $500 down, balance inonth
H Aerc of Innd and six room modern
Hw i' rn mo home, r lose in Priei i I i
M, - FROEREH t FOWJ E
1 2409 Hudson avenui t Phone 917
r j i
OWNER Six rooms strictly mi
new homo; without doubt the beat buv In
own: mujit be sold nt once. Plionc 1410
H RIGHT room mails modem and six and
H one half acres fine land: fruit, barna. hen
H house and fine improvements; on Canyon
B mad. near War-hington avenue, A bar-
gain. Good term. Kelly A licrrlck
SIX room house nt TlilM eighth and
Grant. Will rent furnished' or unfur
nlshad. win sell furniture. Kimball
H player piano. Mahogany and quarter
sawed ouk furniture. The Walker Com
ran-- Plior I 1 :" f i t .
'-'0 l-'iys a B room brick; 160 down.
I 181 month.
I $5000. modern brick bungalow .
IIhI $5600, 7 rooms, 5 acres
Ml GALBRAITI EARL
2482 WajhinitOn Ave. Phon. n II
l: ' ' NT.I: -' u .- t i or ,, nuiij.-rn hi i, ,
sj house in first class condition: extra large!
lot. Reasonable lor cash. 307 Thlrt
rWO homes lor the ;-rlce of oni. Double
B pressed brick cottage. modern except
JppB neat. 2C29 Monroe avenue Phone 1204
-HKTER. Real KeUti sod Loan, i
I37C Warhlngton avenue, Phone 1871
FOR SALE Real EiUte 1
NEW modern five room house, good io
.ill. hi on rwiK h ; h owner; all Imllt In
feature., hardwood floor gum finish.
j Phon 223
.CRK farm one mile from cement high
n . . loss to '"liool. good buildings. 42
acres under ultlvatlon. balance pasture.
Ownei will . on side r home In Ogden s
pait pajment. Roy Griffin. 2173 Hudson
avenue. Phone 359 6190
REAL ESTATE AND LOMNS i
MRS. S. J. BA'KI'R. 2731 Madison Fhona
SI M'TIITI, furnished mom SfiO Twen
M third street Phone 1680. ' I2R6
WILL huj- UK.-., ranges and heaters
Pli'.re- .Mfil Furniture Kxrhnngc. 8i
Twenli fifth street (24
FURNJ8HED or unfurnished rooms for
lent. 2"IS Washington avenue 0225'
LARGE front room In private home ad
Joining hath: suitable for one or two peo- '
pie. U$t Oraraercy. 6201 i
FRONT room for one or two gentlemen
Ga ... If ilr.ir..l Phone 219s sf, 2C89
Madison. i;i s7
' I ' i - I I ' I . ... in f.-.r i;. ii' !,..
Adams, north entrance, 8148 I
SICE Bleeping room for gentleman, 1M
"'. nt . i r i h atreel 61 1 i i
l " iM ' c i. 'I. ii. 'in Pen 7 ' 1 Tv. .-i.H
third streel ?i50 :
iARGE front room facing Lester park,
lot wat. i heal, tialh and telephone Call '
1 I lR( i. i.l v Ith -. r. . ti ,... h. T n
f.Mirt h. 6135 ,
i i i m " 1 1 , -wo geni;.-
nn 8810 Monroe 6J33'
Mil; two. ftiletl.. modern home; gentle
men preferred, home cooking. Fhoni
1 i-.i:. p. 6046
M ' . I . I I : . : ,i I ... I . i. '-"
ROOM foi f,t i nth man 2i66 1 1
e ,i , . 1 'i one 8494 M 6050
- : '.IP...; ;', i r . 1 1 - nlh
' - I ' T . ".777
ROOMS Gati Hotel 3446 Grant 1984
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FOR RENT )
BIGHT room modern house. Phone L'77.,
v, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. C12i
PIVK room house, basement, 2086 Tyler. I
Call between 9 a. m. and .'i i. m, him
7 ROOM Strletl ii.n lern brlek hou.se. $0'J !
pel inonth Inquire X'olk'.-r Lumber Co
I Board and Room
l(I i " Kv nlletii' 11 In private modern
home, 1 054 Twentj third Si eon
tori; ajnd dwelling combined. Lease, I
ir.J" Washinx'lon avenue 6163
rAR.VGE foi enl 566 t- entj roui "
j (VfvMTED j
J lo Rent j
SMALL furnl)-lied house, apartment or
housekei. ping rooms, by two Indies- no
ehildien ill Mr- Pi.rkei. p,-..d hotel 1
1 : fOI'NG ' ouplt in nit hi 'i two or
il 100m house. Box 81, care Stand-j
ntJ l-.xamlncr. . 623J
?OUNG couple, no children, wish mr !
utshed apartment 01 furnished housekeep
ing rooms Box '.''. pare Standard Exam- '
STRICTl ' idem unfurnished housi or
apartment on lench, no ehildien Phono '
m N and wlft want small furnished I
bouse or apartment. E, II. Drow n 956 1
Tv . :r. fotirth 8181 '
m v 1 1 . furnished spa 1 menl foi the win
ter. Box I'J. C. care Slandat d-Exam
j WANTS j
To Buy j
GOOD prices paid for men's old clothes
250 Twenty-fifth street. Send a postal !
Ci 1 2
BEIC1 1 1 1 real Ii p I ogi w '. ..'i
nt our yard, Gus Jensen, 3434 'aii1in;
ton avrnue. Phone 2"0''. 1,1 sv
I buj liheit bonds at highest price It
you have Itonds for sale, see mo. J. J.
Brummltt, 2H7 Hudson avenue Phone 59!
''. "i;K Ti 1 1 , 1 . . . r : . i
i. 1 . I'!"" ' R-j . 186
Wll.l. pa' highest price mi pouMrv and
1 mbbii Phone 1248. Western Grain a.
Peed Co 5800
PI LL15T8, an 1 : sn number. Western
'Jrain A- I'eed Co . 2864 Washington Ave.
i 1 "ho . . s 5673
LARGI cl s nted at the Stand
ard Kxiiiiilnei Ol fit.- 4.T80
j WANTED j
LARGE ' lean rags wanted at Standard !
1 x 1 mint i off'ce 4371
j Ooportunitifji i
GOOD l'iisinef Must he ojrl ,. I oi" e V
bargain for someone. Act quick Small
amount of caplatl required. Box 90
131 . 1 cafi long least . low
hi 146 Tw -i t fifth St, 60'
I FOR SALE
I WEDELL, the apple man. cays wc save
ou the fielglit in nnd out
Three grades $2, $2.50 nnd 3.
lonathan eiders, 50 50, ) ou pick em
la 11 between i" and 1 3 a. m 22 22 -w
or drive one mile north ot Hot Sprlnc
WINTER fcois for sale 7::; Tu.iith
1 ' ' ' 6162
, i. ,-1,1-m. i '.4 mouel r . i-,,(
rn.. 1,. ; '.: . 6160
IONATI I AN 1 pi-le .. nil 1 e 1 1 . ,. ,.
Iiv.-r.. ,",5S Twelfth MiL-et Phon,. -;2? p
' Nl KI'.'-'A I . .".-.mi. In .'ion i . i,,.,- r
I S. rttj thlr.1 Btl '-I i.l t
fMQNEY TO LOAN FJ
TO salaried people Without secarlty, to
?.r? " P'nos. furnlluie. bonds, etc
-'. lluil-r,,, i-,c i))one 2S4 213
' 1 BW b ill 1 t. iblle Guaranteed
S8-!! your old n M f,rs payment I
on an new rang. or will buv voitr old
ranae o ,tTtchl H tm K,,r,,l rt "o j"3
The ongi,, of psict has bl e li ,, I
cd back to Indl.
' aawoi twtaea'wiawaii as
j FOR SALE- -Atitog !
' tiMLLAC -iebt. sevn pasaengei : good
condition. What Is yogr rash offer'.'
Phf.ne 154 or 11 215 Hudfon building
' ' I '"'ii. 'uiS
Class condition 232? Monroe avenue
1 - r 1 1 1 1 , . , 4 53
ford deliver' tiur',, 127.', Phone
ON aceount of leading employ of Bron-1
nc Pros A"to o.. 1 offer my new Wllb
I Knight for sals at a discount C. H. '
UPICK seven pasaengei good condition
in eii at a sacrifice: if taken at once.
. i 57 !
- . ;Kf". .ii ihkh in first
el.n-i eooilltion. cheap: terms is desired. I
I Phon. M '
'- "ORU ' h . " I.ffer onL
. sk i:n pes i n p - CalUac Good as Saw! ,
I pent valUS In lt Murphy Wholesale
Q T" .Pl' f.Vlith -tree! r:t
WAN 1 ED j
Female Help 5
GIPI. wanted at the Wistaria. 6868
I of age lor work In
er-real fnetot " Apply st Albers Rro..
Ifllllng Co Twrnti nlnih and Taelfir
avenue. '"'-" 1 ,
.-hurl. 15! sBhlgton 6228
Tt i ' i : Kell&bii lad; clerk, sfusi
havt first . in. recommendations. Phone
7.in fi2."0 I
i i ik Vppl; i . p. r.-on ii Mnrthn Nur
ten North Washington avenue, at city I,
limit.:. 68 9
GIRL to work al fountain Wright's
i li ii i 'I TF 1 1 1 . rite, I Stfl dl
work: good vsa Palace. Cundy Co. .
UIKLS over 15 yeard OI nse lor worn in
cereal factory. Apply at Allure Bros
.Mining o. Twenty-ninth and Pacific
.ienue. ( 1 1-1
GIRL I'm housework; no rooking, good
wages Coll 2523 lefferson Phone l.'.i".6
! I I I 1 I . . .Is.-. k M 1 to I ., ..II. O,
little girl and assist in upstairs work.
Mrs R E Bristol 2480 an uren 6171
GIRL toi housework. No washing Good
I home and gooel wages for I Ig-ht girl
I Brown Ice t. a m . : i i -'n. . .'i. .?
GOOD girl for housework 1072 Twenty
treet Phont gSj con
: i i to s it with housework. No eook
ing. Three in family. An excellent op
portunlty for a good home. Phone 1560.
Fjgtnti -n.et 600.'
CHAMBERMAID and waitress-wanted il
Vlreirn.i II.. I. -1 53
I : ": PI :i : I I :M "I D ream llp' . g".'(l op
..liniil' fr.i advanei ment V. F Jen
ii . indy Co, 6010
KXI'l-MUKViTH woman for - ooklnK and
general housework; no lnundr ; good
wages 253C Adams avenue. Phone h;i,
. , ;pi s , ii (jg'l.-n Steum Uiuntlrv :
EXPERIENCED sewing giri: wanted at I
, m' ....-m hop, Kood wages. 6885
DRESS M A K I N i ', laugh' to - rr onc v, llllnir
ir. applj themselves See Madam Caplau.
Tl.lnl Rlnnr Wrlcht tm Store ,
i;!Ui.S ovei i : t.. peel tomatoes al Wa
sateh Canning t'ompan Will furnish
hi oil at Ion to and from work. Phon--
I-., 501 -'
J- P'.IU CM I -,D .stenographc- ucoM'e. I" '
I...-. H care thla p tpt 68
i Male Help
yaaai m wwwwawv - aVxi aaaaa
ERRAND bo; or girl wanted to work .
days: fine chance to learn wholesale opti
eal business Apply Rlgg Optical Co..
.ii. i-'.rsi bank building 6888
ii:n to unload coal; good pa. . Lion 1 -
i'fi lliiit.. nr.-1 nn l Washington 02 if. j
r.iis ui Western I ni'.n ;ood wagea
SUGAS MEN u Tl"i'
A'e have opening. for a large number
of experieneed .station men. Laborers also,
.Minted Phone to Interstate Sugar C6
h f; '. oi mi-e our trucks in front of,
Bamberger depot at 7. '." a. in. each morn-
Ing Interstate Sugar Co.. Hooper. Utah, j
5j i.i Fb " :
BOY villi blcycli oi delivering for da:
wo i U 1 lulley I u i Co. 6;H 1 1
i I Ml . 'I ii ...n:..l ''all ' I "
Intendenl Phone 523 6022
i i a i paii auto Ignl i M C 5
nto S ' ' Lo i gel
i 1 1 S. .ni 'ihg. i;t boy, age it to 20
Utah Theatci 1 375
A" i ng man to clerk in nt nrsstand. Graj
. - .. Union Dt pol 6280
: .1 U.'i.V. Hot i " i D
HELP WANTED I
Male and F-ria!e
MAN and wife for ranch work. InQUlre
i.i.. r.. . i. i. .iii' i .. ... ;
CLERKS linen Women) over 17. for DOS
Itai mall service. 1135 month. EJxamlna
1 tion.! October. Experience unneoe.s.sai y
For free particulars, write J Leonard,
(former civil service examiner). S97
Equitable Rldg. Washington. D, C.
VPPLE : iti - Inquire Wedell 2468
Washington from 9 a, m. to 12 a. m, 1
HEMSTITCHING and picot edge Prompt'
service, mi work guaranteed. 2.t?.s Wash
lnglon avenue. Singer Sewing Machine
DRESSM IKING, beading and embroider
Ing, remodeling1, AVoik guaranteed
I 01 .1.1 5VV1 ;
I I CMSTIT'MHNG and po-ot mp'. i-
ii e, 8277 Washington Ave. white Machln
' So 5577 1
ALL -12..- knife pleating. I'hoti.. 2818 M
EXCELLENT dressmaking, guaranteed I
Pho 1826 '
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pint;- j
inc and pleating Second floor W. H.
Wrlfht . Sor.1 Mrs II La; man Hti3
j WANTED ' j
DAT work wanted by Mrs E. Robinson
Box 31. Standard Examiner. 6235
CI RTATNfi done ami woman will go o'.n
b the hour. Phone ?.175. 6151
1 MAN wants Contract 25 or 30 acren of
beets to top: prefer them close in. In
1 quire lt. it Ajdsjna avahm. 6120
1IM Si:KRi:plN'"t by elderl widow for a
I w idower. Can bo highly rccommcndeij
4 18 I'.lnford. 5742
NIGHT watchman or porter; good refer
'ences. ex merchant policeman. Box 50
I Standard Kxaiiilii.-r 6114
l"','i IT' In apartment house for land or
I lots. Leaac and (urnlshlng.H Can b.
bought. Box 13 Stundard Examiner
I ; 6810
SIX room hOUse well locule.J, price 450n
1 has $2000 mortgage that cun bo paid $4"
I per month. Owner Will trade equity of
S2500 on desirable farm propcrtv and as
isume difference, Roy Griffin, 2375 Hud
I son avenue. Phone ,:5? (,;
BUILDING lot, 50x137 on ben h w in
trade for Ford. Box T, cure Standard
1 OUR acresland; new four room modern
hungiilow. garage. 7S9 Seventh -street
Phone 8448 W
SIX 1 ....'iii modern Iioufc and furniture
for smaller house. 47S Twenty fli .-,1
OVERLAND tiargafn Owner gone
Phont 8 33 4308
Bangkok. Slam, h.,- nine Moving
j FOR SALE j
j Miscellaneous 1
'v found -..hie. 2S: nig Cxi. 326. runs
".III water Ironic. $pi; healers ,n r r I
' - '
RXTIL ... rb aritli iattn -
ialso sectional hoofcraaci, (our saotlons
ton and drawer t.", .:,;,7 Rrlnke. ...
SECOND hand h.ib hn.iri and clothes
" m 1 w . Ik.i . :. r.hf, -. n ...
Po.id o; phon. I t;:i I .. i
Ti it T( IKS ?oi sale ..... p. lm Ii. j
Second street 6840
i i i . ) 1 1 loeip-. wlckei bebj Nucr' . '.- n p
' i li Phone 2K70 .;CG
s-'MAl.I. phonograph :o - ' if " '
Twentj fifth lrr. 624 4
PrHN4Tl KK for sale ,h 171 Twel
ly-second street. 6243
'vt: i.rn hed ifi phon.- 1840 J, 62Q4
SIX meh noixlfn PU"' fplral wrapped
with heavy steel wire And connections of
heavy east iron. Ideal for Conveying ir
rigating or culinary water on farm P
1 praetleally as good as new and ran be
1'i.iight rhetp. Phone 28-J 4. 2or;
GOOD nound hnr.i.., wiltrh 1100 i.i.J
Fourtli stre-t C202
i Rl D I i "rnTtTtRE BARG uvs
Linoleum. carpets. jirefsers kltehen
cabinets, beds dining tables Phone 24K4.
Furniture Rxchange, 253 Twenty-fifth
FRESH mill) cow 1915 Grant g.78
HAPY earrloge and dressing table 7". ,
Twenl ) fourth. 1 71
PI AYEP piano for sale at a bargain ''all
al 864 Thirtieth street fil 7 7 .
TEN foot plate glass loot' case S62
Twenty fifth street, ". I 7 6
HEATING Btove 3066 W ashJngton
BABY bursry for aade 3530 Porter filfil
GB1 your .lonathan apples and winter po
latoes. BS. V Steed, Clinton. Phone 11
NEW buffet, carpets, heater, range Rear
.' 1 88 Madison Phonj j 31 j m. 6 1 1 g
i S 1 flr.it and aecond ci-.ide .lonaihnn and
Etanana apples Phone B R 1 6111
.SURREY single liorness. 8 months old
876 Thlrtj iiurd iitreel r. 1 1 j
1 1 KMTl'l:!' foi -J.. Phone Him; p Hi '5s
:'IOOD winter apjiles. 223 Ninth stree'
jon Lincoln Phone 274 1 N J Peter Jen
sen .. t ,
SECOND trade Jonathan apples, 75c per
bushel Phon.- l8-R-6t Rlvcrdale 8026
TWO shares U Weber nnd DavtB wain
3tock. Price $275 per share Phone 926 W.
IS ards new nig eurpot 42 inila:. wide . ;
Phone 3t w. 1290 r. t 6001
pPi.Fs s.-ii,. TJTTii i v.. nth am
grades of Jonathm, Wlnesaj and Winter
pear main and Winter pears. Will de-
I I 1640 Washington A' 6 "Mn
NETW extra, ted I'.oney 'or sale nt 30c per
pound or $11 50 In 60 pound cans, wnlli
it lasts. Address Geo. 7 Pierce. R, V
D, 5. Box 222, Marriott; also Geo. O.l
Pat'heloi 2 M.phrn;. avmiic :.:
I l i ; I" well colored lonathans $3 high,
grade Winopops $2 50; big red and Striped
' :..ni..- j 36. Phone 22 22W. 56SO
WE have 5oofi asters at 2 cents each
Finest on the market. 671 Twelcfth Stret I
j PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
Buy your paint at lowen and save
: rnonev. 1800 Washington avenue Phone
686 J 1818
.;')"!' family aulo. Phone HL'7. 507.1
dODERN c room brlek and furnishings;
I large lot; close in. Snap Leaving Phone
UNCALLED lor Bulla, tailor .made, big
reduction. Gordon's. 811-28 Twunty-flfUl
Bl Phone 419 2187
PARCEL eontalning child's pink silk
dress and gingham apron Call 951 M Etj
rn. i case containing 866 In currenc)
Liberal reward. Bear 546 Twenty eighth
street " 6227 I
BLUE s.-re still Jacket lost Tuesds
night at Danceland 2567 Grant He i
w ard 620
i'a.mpo .'.nine on w ushington avenue
Call 265.1 M v g21 9
III 'I:' -I.i S -' l ui il;i ii S i in lay
Reward Phohc 2195-M. 2629 Madison
i KDK stone tdn Saturday, September 25
. phoni iv-watd 6165
BETM EEN Ogden and Salt Lake on hirli
way, Russian fitch neckpiece. Reward If!
returned to Princess Millinery, Uccles
BICYCLE -Ownci can hav sami b id en I
tlfying and paying for ad Call 126 TWen-
l .sivth nfter 5 p rn 23 1 !
j PERSONAL j
U A.NTPU lo adopt an infant. Address
Mrs. .1 B. Snyder, genual delivery, 6g
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE
LINQUENCY OF THE SAME
To Whom it Ma Concern
Under authority of Seetion 278 of the
Complied Paws of Utah, 1907. and di
rected, by Seel Ion 1056 of the Revised
Ordlnan.es of Ogdn ('it' Utah, 191
The undersigned trrasurer of Ogden
' Ity. I tuh, hei-eb;. gives noliee thnt a
special tax for the purpose of paing the
COSts of building bltullthlc paving grading
CUrpS and gutters. sidewalks. Culverts
tlralnage. Irrlgritlon systems, sewer and
water connections, etc.. In Ogden Cit
l'tah. has been le ied and confirmed by
an ordinance of the board of commission
ers of Ogden Clf. Ptah, adopted and
passed September 2? and rubll.sh.'d Sep
tenther 30, 1920.
Said special tax Is levied ,jpon n prop
erty abutting on tJie following Ftrce" to
On both sides of Jefferson Kvamie! be
tu - en Twentieth .md Twenl j fnth streets
rwenty-slxth .-treet between Bfadiaon and
Monroe avenues Van Burin avenue he
tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
Streets; the east one hall of Monroe a e
nuo between Tni-nh fifth and Twenty
Sixth stnets: and the west half mlv of
Monro.: aveDue between Twentv. sixth
.street and a point 1317 feet north of
rw-ntj .sixlh Ktreet. In Paving- District
No .130. And more paitlcularly described
as follows, to-wit:
LjOU I to 12 Inclusive Hankow ski Sub
division of 1-obs 6. 7 and S. liloek 56
j lat A". I Alt 6, Bloek 56. Plat "A" lxts
1 and , to 10 Inclusive. Block 55,' Plat
" " i.ot.s- 2 to 6 inclusive, Block 4."? Plat
"A. lx.t.- 1 and 10, Block 4i Plut'-'V '
'Pott; 5 and 0. Block 42. Plat "A." Pots' 1
ur.rl , to 10 inclusive. Block 11 plat
'Pots 2 to 6 Inclusive, Liloek 29 Plat
! ,A " ,'''fl 1 nd 10 Inclusive Block 30
. . A- ' Ix)ls 1 and 7 ,0 10 Inclusive.
Block 87. Plat "A." iots i to 5 IncItT
,o ' ', 6- x',at i-ot snd 7
I Block 3, Plat "B," Ixts 2 to 6 Inclusive.
I Bloek ... Plat ' Li." Pots l to 2G inclusive.
Moffltt . Subdivision of the west one hall
pf Blark 22 Plat "C." und Ix)ta 27 to 52
I Inclusive. Blehser Subdlvblan of the east
one-half of Block 23, pint r,, nii in og
den city Survej to a depth of fifty feet
I baek from the street ne
Said tax is payable in ten Installments
I 1 he first Installment becomes d-'
qiient on the 19th day of November. 1920.
The second Installment becomes delln
quant on the 8Qth day of September, 1921
The third installment becomes delln
jquent on the 30th day oi September, 1922
! The fourth Installment beeomcd delln
I quant on the 30th day of September, 1923
The fifth Installment becomes delln'
j fluent on the 30th day of September, 1924
The ith installment becomes delln
'fjuetil on the Utith day of September 1925
The seventh installment heeomcs delln
.quenl on the 3oth daj 0f September. 1986
The eighth installment becomes delln
-tient on the 80th day of September, 19:7
The ninth Installment becomes i delin
quent on th..- 20th day of September. 192S
The tenth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 30th day of September. 192'.'
Kach of said Installments except the
first draws intorett at the rate of six per
cant per annum from the 3oth day of Si D
tember. 1920. until delinquent, and If said
tax oi an Installment thereof shall re 1
main unpaid after the delinquency of the
- - i. -
5? 00 f0 I I'M pea MONTH
ANYTHING New o Ola
A NTT1 1 1" NO A to 2 new or old
ho'-cli' add or trPhon 153
OOOKS AND STATIONERY
Hramwell Pool- nnd Statiouery. 5Sft
Washington At e Phone HQ. -s$
t;uh NatltOMi rtank. southeast comor
TV ent -fourtt- and U'n'hlngton Phona 61
Ogden Cariet r-ieanlng Co Have us
efean your nijtj the best way. Phones 41 C
and 1S29U'. 5)50
i:xpert carpet cleaning, upholstering
, mattresses made over, feathers renovated
' E, .1 Hampton & Co . :;sc 1884
r- Y"n Ks mper. for upholslerlnc rsr
peta cleaned altered and laid. RemakLoS
or mattresses. Phone 27T2-J
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 225t-u WushlnK-ton Ave
JP V! l'thoA DantlStS are speelal
, Jn Bl branehca of Utntlatry .46-
niY-? nlr" slectrle maLtage. call at
,-ii urant avenue 434j
L3S2?" E.nv'ng Service . maaers
ot fine cuts In one or mo.-" c'ors. 'IS
rw en tjr-fourth treet. Phor., o2
J. P. Corry, 429 KeCLes Building.
Geo. D Bennett, corporation and group !
Insurance a sperlalt Pliom.. K:-W 1514 1
JUNK AND HIDES
Weate.-n Hide Tunk Co.. 232J 'Wash
, :itnn An. Phone SCI.
Ogd.-n I jnk Houkc iToSJ WasJiinrtos I
vi Phone 2io
. Por best freph made paints, buy from'
Pioneer Paint Mfg. Co . 415 Twenty-third !
88.80 to 34 5f). k hi
1 ' i i Zei be. Phone 845 j
i Gaa and -iool ip.nges connected All'
I kinds ol plumbing work. Our prices ire
right, f'rvll Waldrarn, 6C1 St en' e. nth .'
itreel Phone 62R 430!
All kinds. C. H. Zerbe phone 945 J.
Wizard ICay, r.-i estate and loan 1
24 1 1 Wu.shl.'u-ton Ay. Phons i')9 1874
Stoves set up and repaired. Phone 364
-C A' ENGER
Garbage ar.d rubbish hau'ed. ccsspoeij
ond toilets cleaned John Chlpp i Co
Phono i28. 234S HudsQb Avenuo i73.'
T A I LO Rl NG
Bloom the Tailor. Is an expert on re
lining and repairing. Suits made to order
227 Twenty-fifth street. 38
i HUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bagi repairing round cor
ner from Standard Gullacher's. '373 Hud
2 I 1
CXPrOPT window- and wall paoer -iean
in7. American window Cleaning. Pb 561
laami Interesl thereon thereaftei win be
at the rate of eight pel cenl p i annum
until such assessments are fullv paid
All Special taxes arc payable at the of
fice of the city treasurer In the citv hall
l at Ogden City. L'tah
C T KOONS.
Published In The Ogden Standard Ex
First publication October I. 192U
Last publication October S, 1920
. Notice M. A. No. OZT'z:
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
' United Slates ivnd Office. 5llt Lake
City, l'tah Sept. 10. 1920,
.Notice Is hereby given, that Southern
, I Pacific Gold & Copper Mining & Milling
, I Company, s corporation through its an"
Ithorlzed agent. Cora M. Uolderman, whos
,postofflre address Is Salt Lake City, l'tah.
has made applleation for a l 'nlt Me te.'
'patent for the Piorlte. Cuprite No 2. Cup
rite No 8. Wizard. Last Chance ' Ijist
Chance BJxtenslon No 2. Past Chance ICx
tension No 3, Pea t'o.-k anrl Tor' Notch
Mode mining claims consolidated, situated
in the Sl.-ria Mudre mining district, Coun
j t ol Wilier. Stat, of l'tah, h. ing Sur
vey No. 6571. and described In the field
1 note.? and plat fllo in this office, with
magnetic variation at IS deg Last, as
Coil 'nen. ing at corne:- No. 1 of Ploritr
'lode claim when,,- the S W. corner Srr
S. T. 7 N.. P. 1 IV, S .L. B & M bears
iS 14 deg 42 ruin. YV. 1226.6 feet:
Thence N. 5 deg. 23 mln. W. COO feet
to corner No. 2 of fold claim.
Thence s. S8 dec. 53 mln. B. 3000 feet
to corner No .'! of Wizard claim:
I Thenc. N 5 deg. 23 mm. AV. 966 6 feet
to corner No. 2 of Top Notch claim;
Thence S. 88 deg. 63 mln. E. 566.4 feet
to corner No 1 ot Last Chance Extension
No 8 claim:
t Thence. N 5 dek- 1$ min W 1488 t feet
1 to corner No. 2 of Last Chance Extension
i No 2 claim.
I Theocee 8. S8 dog. 53 min E. 600 fect
to corner No 3 of said claim,
Thence S. 5 dog 4S mln E 1159 I feet
I to corner No 4 of said claim, identical
with corner No. 3 of Last Chance claim:'
. Thence 8. 5 deg 21 min. B 1336.3 feet j
to corner No. 4 of Last Chance claim, I
Identical with corner No. 3 of lata Chance )
Extension No. 3 claim,
Thoncc S. 6 deg. 54 mln. E. 1435 1 feet
to corner No. 4 of Last Chance Extension !
Thcnco N. 88 deg. 63 min. W. 2704.5 feet
to comer No. 1 of Cuprite No 2 claim
Thence N. 5 deg 28 mln w 1200 foot
to corner No. 2 of Cuprite No. 3 claim.
Identical With corners 1 and 4 of Wizard
and Dlorlte claims! respective
Thence N. 88 deg. 63 min. 1500 feet
to corner No. I of Dlorito claim, the placo 1
Ol beginning and loiated in SW t. SE
md Ni; V Section 8 and NW iA and!
NE. 'i 01 Section 17. Township 7 North. I
Range 1 West, 8, L B ft M contaihlng
an area of 169.006 acres exclusive 01 con I
filets, as shown by tho duly certified
field notes of said Survev No 0 .".71. to bo'
In conflict with S V of SW 1, of Soi
tlon S and w ith Section 17. T. 7 N . R 1
W S. L B & M.
I direct that this notice be published In
Tho Standard-Examiner, published at
GOULD D BLvAKELEY,
El iwtx w SENIOR.
Salt Pake City, l'tah.
Claimant's Attorney. 5422 I
Dale of lirat publication September 15.1
j In the District Court of the Second Judl
clal District State of Utah, Within and
I lor th. ( 'ount of Weber
'Archibald Stewart Plaintiff. vs Bello
Lannlng, Delia C Miiiei um t, Rick
j aids. Sometimes known as Wm T Rich
aids, and If deceased, his unknown
heirs, devisees, iegat.es and creditors;
John Doe and Jan.- Roe. whose other
ami true names are to plaintiff m.
known, und any and all persons who
have or claim to have any right, title
or Interest in and to all or any par: of
the real property herein described. De
fendants. The State of l'tah lo the Said Defendant
I You are herd.) summoned to appear
; within twenty days after service of this
Summons upon you. if served within the
county in which this action Is brought
Otherwise within thirty days aftei r
Ice. and defend the above entitled action:
e.nrl in case of our failure 60 to do. Judg
ment will be rendered against nu accord-I
inrr to the complaint which has bc.-n fihd!
with th clerk of snld court.
This action Is brought to obtain a Ju.lg '
j ment and decree adjudging the plaintiff.
. to bo the owner and quieting his title
I against any and all claims of tha defend
ants in and to ail of Lot Seventeen 17)
Block Fourteen (14). Nob Hill Addition
to Ogden City, Utah, situate In Weber
That the defendants, whose names to
plaintiff are unknown claim nn Interest
in said premises us the owners thereof
and that the same was derived bv onv-y-(aiico
or succession from the .aid defend
ante, Ucll... Innnlng. Delia C Miller and
rn. T. Rkkarus. sometimes known as
Wm. T. Richards.
T. J MAGINNIS.
P. O. Address: 428 Eccles Building. Oit
I nited States Land Office. Salt Ike
Cm Utah, September 25. 1920 To whom
it may concern: Notice is hereby Kiven
The Ogden Auto Directory H
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO I
?orCr Tin Cars' Onunm-Bernstein Trucks. "Whrtebi f
2300 Washington. Phone 340 3730
Ogden Auto Radiator Co , 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740 j
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged Exide Battery 8ta- I
tion, 2369 Hudson Avenue ' 3741
Webei Taylor Motor Co.. 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max
well sales and service. Phone 143 3742
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington" 377 '
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 55j I
Northeast Service Station. CheesmanA.nto Co 3786 i
LEGAL NUT1CES j
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 1.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 6
Joint reaolutton proposing an amend
o""n.i! ?"rtin B Of Article 11 of the
Conatltut'.on of the State of 1 tab r.
Intlng to munl-lpal corporation
B, enacted l.y the Lectslatuie of the
Mate- or t th two thirds vote of all the
memrusrs elected In the two Houses con-cnn-lns
Section 1 That It la proposed to -mend
Section 5 of Arttols XI of the Constitu
tion of the State of ftah. o that th(
same will re,d nf follows
Sec. G. Corporntlona for municipal pur
I hall not he . retted hy upeclal l.vftj
The legislature hy general laws shall pro
vide for tho Incorporation, organization
Red clarification of cltle? nnd towns In
proportion to population, which lnwa ma
be altered, ammded or repealed
Any city may frame and adopt i rhnr
ter for Itn own government In the foi
The Icglalativn authority of the city
I laj by two thirds vote of Its members
und upon petition of qualified electors to
the number of in pr cent of all votes cast
at the noxt preceding election for the of
flee of the mayor, hall forthwith provide
M ordinance for the submission to the
eioctors of Hie question Shall a Com
mission be chosen to frame a charter?"
The ordlnnn.-e shall require that the quea
ti..n be submitted to the electors nt the
next regular municipal o-ctlon. The hnl
lot containing auch question shall .,ls,-.
contain the names of candldatea for mem
b rj ot the proposed Commission, but
without party designation. Such candl
datea fhall be nominated In the same
manner na required by law for nomination
of city officers. If a majority of the clcc
tors votins on the question of choosing a
Commission whall vote In the affirmative
then the fifteen cnndldates receiving a
majority of the votes cast at such .-lee
lion shall constitute the charter Commia
Sion, and .shall proceed to frame a char
ny charter so framed shall be sub
I mltted to the qualified eh dors of. the i tj
at an election to be held at a time to
be determined h) the charter Commission
which shall b not less than thlrt y dav..
BUbsequeni to Its completion and dlstri
butlon among the ejectors and not more
thin one year from such date Alterna
te, pro-vlslons may tlao be submitted to
h. oled upon separately The I'ornmiB
.n rhall make provisions for th( dlstri
butlon of copies of the proposed charter
and of any altornatire provisions to the
qualified electors of the city, not less thin
Mly .It. before the election nt which It
Is oted upon. Such proposed charter and
ich alternative provisions as are ap
Droved bj a majority of the electors vot-ln,-
thoreon shall become an organic law
i ' such city at such time as may be fixed
: therein, and shall supersede any existing
charter and all laws affecting the orgnn
. i n.n and gove-nment of Hiich ii n hi. h
j -re now in conflict therewith. Within
I thlrt days after Its approval a copy of
such hnrter as adopted, certifier! b the
mayor and city recorder and authenticat
, ed by the seal of sUch city, shall be made
In .;'ipllcate and deposited, one in the of
fie- of the te. retarv of .-t;.te and. th.-
i otlcr in the office 6f the city Recorder,
! and thereafter- all courts shall take Judl
I inl notice of such charter.
Amendments to any such charter may
I he framed and submitted by the charter
i Commission in the same manner a.i pro
ided foi malting of charters, or may he
proposed by the legislotlve authority of
the city upon a two-third vote thereof,
or by petition of qualifiea electors to a
I number equal to one-tenth 'of the total
vote cast for mayor on the next preceding
election, and any such amendment may
be submitted at the next regular f lection,
nnd hovinK been appro, ed bj the majnnt
of the electors voting thereon fhall be
' come a part of the charter at the time
fWed In such amendment and shall be cer
tified and filed as provided In case of
Kach city forming its charter under thla
Section shall have, and Is hereby granted,
the authority to exercise .ill powers relaf
j ltK to municipal affairs, and to adopt
and enforce within its limits local police
I sanitary and similar regulation not to con-1
I filet with the general law. and no enumcr
ation of powers in this constitution or any
j law shall he deemed to limit or restrict
the general grant of authority hereby con
ferrcd; but this grant of authority shall
not Include the power to regulate the serv .
Ice or charges of public utilities no long
as such regulation is provided for by gen
I eral law. nor be deenied to limit or re
strict the poaver of the Legislature In mal
1 tern of public or general Interest, nor i
those relating to State affairs.
Tho power to be conferred upon the elf. i
ies by this Section shall Include the foi
la) to levy, assess and roller taxes
and borrow money, within the limits pre-
scribed hy general law, and to levy and
! collect special assessments for benefit.
ibi To furnish all local public ser -ices
to pttrchaae, hire, construct, own. main
j tain and operate, or lease, public utilities
local In extent nnd use- to acquire by
condemnation. or otherwise, within or
j without the corporato limits. property
necessary for any such purposes, subject
, to restrictions Imposed by general law for
j the protection of other communities: and
to Krant local public utility franchises and
I regulate tho exercise thereof subject to
th.- continuing power of regulation of pub
lie utilities, their rates and service, by the
State, as Is now or mav hereafter be, pro
vided b general law
(c To make local pebtic improvements
and to acquire by condemnation, or other
wise property within Ita corporate 11m
its neceasai v for such Improvements: and
I also to acquire n excess over that needed
for any nuch improvement and to sell or
lease such excess properly with restric
tions. In order to protect and prcservo
fd) To issue and sell bonds on the se
curlty ol any such excess property, or of
any public utility owned by tho city, or
of the revenues thereof, or both. Includ
Ing. In the rase of a public utility, a fran
chise stating the terms upon which. In
case of foreclosure, the purchaser may
operate such ulilltj.
.sec 2 The Secretary of State Is here
by directed to submit the proposed ami nd
ment to the elector of tho State at tho
next general election In the manner pro
vided by law.
Sec. 3 If adopted hy the electors of
this State, this amendment shall tak. I
fect on January 1st. 191
Approved March IS. 1919.
that the Suite of Utah has filed in thi.
Off e Mst.s of lands, selected b the Bald
state, under section f. oi th. u" I of con
gress. approved .lulv IK 1 S . -I , Indem
nity school lands viz. Serial ic'Ti'i i:
' SK. ' S . 1 ion v T. T . R 2 K .
Salt Lake Meridian. Copies of Kald Hats,
so far as they relate to said tract b
j descriptive subdivisions, have been con-
spicuoualy posted In this office for in
Ispectlbn, by any poison Interested
and by the public ncrally. During
tin- period of publication of this
notice, or any lime thereafter and before
final approval and certification, under de
partmental regulations ol April 25, 19ii7.
protests in eon t .st s against th.i claim oi
the state to any of the tracts or SUbdl
visions hereinbefore, described on ih--
ground lb-it tin same i., more valuable lo.
mineral than foi i ::rt u 1 1 1 1 r.. I piiipos.-s
Will be received and noted for report lo
the general office at Washington. L. C.
Failure co to protest or contest, within
the time specified, will he considered auf-
fieJenl evidence of non-mineral character
of the tracts and the selections thereof,
being otherwise fiee from objection, will
be approved to the state. Gould B. Ulnke
ley. Register, 3951
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that Weher
county, l'tah, proposes to make the fol-
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 2.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5.
A resolution proposing an amendment to i
Section 7. Article 1.1. of the Constitution 1
of the State of ft.. I relating to tax H
rates for State purpose.
Be It resolved by the Legislature of th
State of l'tah. two thirds of all the
I members elected to each House concur-
ring therein: H
I Section 1 That it Is proposed to amend
(Section 7. of Article XIM of the Const
tutlon of the State of Utah so that the H
same will read as follows:
9"r The rate of taxation on propei
1 1 for State purpovs shall never exceed
S mills on each dollar of valuation to be H
apportioned as follows: Not to exceed
S mills on each dollar of valuation for
general State purposes: not to exceed 1
mills on each dollar of valuation for dls
tnct school purpoaj.fc. not to exceed i 1
mill on each dollar of valuation for high
school purposes; that part of the State
tax apportlonM to high school purposes
shall constitute t. fund to he called th-
High School Fund and shall be appoi
tloned to the cities anl m hcol dlttiicl
maintaining high schools In the manner
the Legislature may provide. And when B
ever the taxable property wltllp. the Staff H
shall amount to Jti'iu COO. ufi. H
' shall not exceed on each dollar af -alUa
tlon two and four-tenths mills for general H
State purposes, two tenths of one mill for 1
high jchool purpoeoa. and a ii levy for
district school purposes as will rals- -it. B
nually an amount which, adied lo nn H
j other State funds available for dint , :
I school purposes. equals S25.CO for each
person of rchool aire In the Su.te. shown
by the last preceding school census: uu
i le.-s a proposition to Increase such rate H
or rates r.prc!f ing the rnt. or ,i I
posed and the timi during which the 9MXt
shall be levied, be first submitted to fl
vote of SUch of the qualified electors of
, the State, as, in the year next preced
I Ing auch election, shall have paid a prop
erty tux ...! d to th -m within the State.
j and the majority of those voting thereon
, shall vote in favor thereof, in such man
ner as may be provided by law.
I Sec. 2. The Secretary of State is dl
I reeled to cause this proposed amendment
i to be published as required by the Con
atltutlon and to he submitted to the e'er
i tors of the State at the next general elec
tlon In the manner provided bv law
. Sec. 3. If approved by the electors of thi
.Stite, this proposed amendment shall
take effect on the 1st flay of Jaouari IHH
Approved March 19,
i Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 3.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
i A concurrent resolution providing an H
amendment to Section i. Article Xl .
of the Constitution of the State of
f tab. relating to Stnte debt limitation
I H" It enacted by the Tegialature of th.
1 Slate of l'tah. two thirds of all the mem
bers elected to each of the two Houses
Election I, That it la proposed to amend
Section 1 Article 14. of the constitution
of the State of Utah, so that the same
will read as follows:
Section 1. To meet casual deflelta or
fallures In revenue, and for necessary ex
ipendilures for public purposea inciudlny
the ore:tion of public buildings, and foi
the pin ui. nt of all territorial Indebtedness
aysuined by the State, the State mav con
tract debts, not exceeding in the .iggre
jgate nt any one time, an amount egual to H
percentum of the value of the taxable
j property of the State. s shown bv
the last assessment for State purposes
previous to the Incurring of such Indcbl
leonese. But the Slate shall never con
tract Any Indebtedness ex.-ept as in fh.
I next section provided, in excess of
! such amount, nnd all moneys arising
fr. ni leans herein authorised, shall be ap
plied solely to the purposes for which thev
See.. Tho i, fZnry of State Is hcreb
dliecterl to Sllb; ' this proposer) ., mend
ment to the electors of the State at tho
next trener-l election In the minner pro
vlded by law.
Sec. G. If adopted by the electors of
the State, this amendment shall take ef
feet January 1. 1921
Approved March 19. 1919.
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 4.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A concurrent resolution proposing an
amendment to the Constitution of th
state of ftah by amending Section
Article XVI. relating lo rights of a'
tlon to recover damages for Injuries re
suiting In death.
Be It resolved and enacted by the Legis
laluro of tho Stale of Utah, two thlrdi
of all the members elected to each of
the two Houses concurring therein.
Section 1 Thai It is proposed to amend
Section .v Article 16. of the Constitution
I of the State of Utah, so that said sc tlon
shall rc-ud as follows.
"Tho right of action to recover damagei
for Injuries resulting in death, shall never
l.r abrogated, and the amount recoverable
shall not be subject to any statutor hml
tatlon, exrept In cases where conipensa
tlon for Injuries resulting in death is pro
I vlded for by law." '
Section 2. Tho Secretary of State ii
hereby directed to submit this proposed
amendment to the electors of the atat
at tho next general election in the man
ner provided by law
See. 3. If adopted by the electors ol
the state the amendment shall take effect
January 1st, 1911
Approved October 9 1919.
I. Harden Bcnnlon. Secretary of State.
of tho State of Utah, do hereby certify
that ihe foregoing Is a full true and cor
rect copy of all Constitutional Amend
ments proposed by the regular and spe
clal sessions of the Iegl.rlature of 1919
a the same appear of record in my of H
in witness whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand und affixed Die Qreat Seal of th
State of Utah, this 1st day of September, H
(Seal) HARDEN BENNION.
Secretary of State.
i lowing public improvements, to wit: Con
t struct pavement on that certain strip ol
! roadway eighteen (IS) feet wide In th
center of that street running from the
'.oi:li of Ogden City, ftah.
; nt the south end of "F" avenue. West
Ogden, l'tah. to the property line of th-t
Globe Milling Company, n dlstanco of 1 2S 7
feet, together with work Incidental there
i to. nccordlng to plans, specifications am
profile on file in the office of the county
Ami sealed bids are Invited for said
work and will be received nt the office
of the county clerk, in the county cour
bouse. Weber county. L'tah, until ten
o'clock ti. m on the -'ith day of October.
Instructions to bidders, plans and sped-
. ii.l nnro em -nts can be 1
seen at the office of the county clerk.
The light is reserved to reject any or
all bids and to wulvo any defects. 1
By order of the Board of County Com
ml.'slnnors of Weber county, l'tah. till-.
the 27th day of September, 1930.
(Signed) WAL.TEU N. FARK.
59f0 County Clerk.
Cigar manjfacturera spend ne&rl
$55,000,000 annually for cedar boxes.
which must not be used a secoud
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