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I ' rQR SALE Real Estate
mmmW mod location tin betuh Knipilr.- 231 C?n1
M si. I'h-iin' r.'.:. l02j
CLASSIEST five-room i.n. w Iningalot in
3pLHi the rlty and In orn of th select dls-
i Is. Modern In cverj respect, with
HH many built-in features, seme u"d for the
H flrt time In Ogtlen. A home to be prouil
H i f lititt ir teen to he appreciated. Price
H TTin- i-an I., amn:-
B MTVE-ROOM hollow-tile sjid stucco dwell-
H inr. furnace hii. recent iv oomuleted. and
H immediate firm net Inn run hi glveni will
H t." k any reasonable terms. Price M.
VJH Hudiion Avenue.
Kl Allmmlra 'Mi fit I re I'
lfeH l-'IVK room nimh-in hiirnji'iui , iIihI elSSS
AmWt otidtllon. flood locution lor.d lernin
uv OWNER K1v room mod brick
H mill Htucco Imiul.- i"' Kurnnee ln.it For
H Bind R. W. Mlnmli. ICS!
?"vv2 CI rani gvcnui Phone 1160 " 'v
M'.W CP r. in. iv. I !'
H Cat nn tivfi payment.
HH Four room house, one acre. Win Irrd
Hl Sl-Vl'll If lllHI I IH . I 1 1 I
l-'lvc room liri ;. Very (roc.. I
kH f'lvo room frame. Bnsy terms.
H Three room house and two of the iiost
H building lots on Twenty-fourth street.
'. i'K-' farms, small fnrm.. and farms of I
BL a -oi
V let ma and aomc to Ift i igl
H e mo. I traded three farms the past
J l:0 iJinPI IS
WRA 1375 H nii Avenue Phone
H KIVH modern house, m res
H lures, attractive every Beautiful
H yard and enough fruit for famll
1 also ehlckon Kas tcrhis. B) Ovn
m9M i'i J ; i avenue. 9t3
IKIVI3 ooni no . n brl it bung '
mtv QeSlrable home, 'lofe In. $1001 will
handle Balance 16500 payments. Kwi
i i torn i ncd porrh
craraRf. 1. im rl. ernient porch rnd
. r.ik.. furnished oi i n.umiihei! Owner
;n in;. Phop 2734J
u i . room brlcl ... 1 ind oul
building. OnK 2i)f !"..i terms. Zni
Mi rtj rmi I
Tin; - i i -i irT ,. i ' " i xX
& l.' KST.MKN'T CO. I
217.-.:::; Hudson Ave. Phono 350
$5500 will hu one of iif beat arransad
and most elegantly conatructed homon in
(hf ll With full wimnl " r.u-nt. dou-
hie walla n floors, all modern cohvan
lenee. rat iront. nl.--i located tu th
licnch. Ucnsonoblo paymoni ana
fnsy terms on the balance. This i.s poM
tlvcly worth while Investigating if m thai
mai'kot for a home.
r"2U luva a new five room frnme. lo
catei on bin lot with nt (nwl
1 - water ilKhL acoept eood lord enr,
as part payment. I
$4000 i'p to date brick bungalow, hair
llo-lc from pavement and ear lln .
12500 Four room frame, wall lo iid on ;
tho banch. I-oi 60 bj I:' Basy tcrma.
We also have several ko.hI farms, ilso
f r.nif Min.i a' i. .i;. il.-.i hr.ndlad
on ttaay term, or will accept suitable city j
property In trade
A good rooming house and several good
Itfo inff liuln KS proposition to offar thai
can be easily handled. Come In and see
us. 11 won't cost anything to look Uem
ovei '' "'
TH r.F.I". room frami . S lol on Thli
i :-hth Htrf-et and Wyoming. Cem nt
basement, water In bouse, eloctric MkIu.
s n ill orchard. I'Mm -i"' Terms tO'i
rush. $20 per month. O. A Kennedy.
Utah National building. Phone 513
FIVE room mo lern brlcli on v-i- mi i i
Twenty third :dr. t $);.' i ..-h. hi In n
four years A b.irKnln. Pnci 14500. Itoi-:
ert C. Nye, C02 Krcka llldg . Piion. I 5.
TWO iol . ix ion. ori West Tv ' 1 '
fourth street, for "nle ai a uurg.-.ln, lv i
iv i.' r Inquire -1 10 " j
i :' ou want to buj oi I can
gee W .1 Blaekburo. Hudson building. I
Phone Mj '891
WILL sell i. . n up lo dali
fciur room modern house, two pnn In
full basoinenl. full kitchen cabinet, hard j
wood borders, up to date electric fixtures (
In south part of dtj Phoni I I 1
' . Hv OW.NKU I'Oiir loom niou. iii n-
. - . i ,,, i in shed throughout n a pluinl
HB ins. lot 00x330 uud 3." snares of wxiei in
Ogdati bench ;nui. Loeated nt 63 Twi n
i first street, Inquire Ogdon book
i '. it TBI
PARLEY :.. N l.-i ' 1 1
Heal Efttet Insurnnce
. &oi o dull I ale. five ro im parti) o i
IbH em frame dw lllng located within WOlK-i
mm lnr distance from the city. 0 nuarte. Of a
block from paved streal and the car line.
V Is In .i ond 1
; hade, I iw n am illdlnfi Curb t ll
tei ..n,i sldewalV pal i This is yoi
i.ortunif to secure
I .; ; . rl v flt the rinl p
iwssesslon. Price $.!.0'i. V'n" down, bal
LHH ance $30 a month. Includes Intcresl
Cpstairs Commercial Bank Building
BK8T i Washington II u
bHO 121 feet deep between Twenty-fifth and
mm Twent'v sixth for $21,000. Half CMh. I !
H. Epperson. 408 Twenty-sixth street.
Phoni i Ml !7J
i'l't hits on Nmlh W.i-li n-'un's nOWl
IK paved street. No payment for five years i
KH If you build. W li. Wedell. Phone 222 .
nv OWNER Now fivi room al cosi
9b Phbna 3232 M John 12arl, 2lo Monroe,
I ODERN " " " " ' ' ""'
;.3bb1" 1 ' "" 11 iui',,ace; '" '' ' "
Qwnei ggB " M
iPARTMEN'U housi I hi pa rlmenti
Lain Only $1250 l.'rings In $150 a month. Easy
infill (etiiis One four room house only I '
lifll i .ne four room frame mod-m. 13000. Kas)
, rm.v in iulr 80J Thlrtj riflh street.
3M1 Twanty-aecond streol Apply 1920 Wash
THREE 1 - i 1 " "" 1 '
j OUR ai i md and lom room
. 1 p :u".v
1 A Following " "I 1 be sold, and
we want bids on one or f II. Terms can
H b" had on pm t of purchaso price.
! I"i.ht nrres e.vc H nl land nt Thlrtv
H eighth and Grant, six :oom house, sever
Km nl rhlckr-u hourcK. quite a nice orchard.
vwM Piood new garaKC and coal .iousc. Alsc. ,
yloB several Improved nnd unimproved farms.
i.'o. k In f v. ml k'ood mono maklnc com
panics, several secured notes draw.r.i
J)l ,,..r ecnt The above property must tv
iffa sold Call at 62a Ecclea building for any
Tig part or all. win sell any piece of prop
jH erty at a very cheap price. Come at;
WHI THE WALKER CO.
(THE F MRF1F.L1 ' II VI i - TKI ' i IR S'K
1 MACHINF. il'alenlidl level,..d rcr
H . men looking L ' hlghcla " sofl drlnH
i roposlllon clallzlnR In 1 Wig profitable,
Pt'eM, .Spi rmaneiit novelty. The best orange drink
Jn ever offered the Ami rl.an public. Fresh!
i.nnKWi are used and Machine draw'
crowd wherever operated. This is not al
IB Miueerer but a large electrical apparatus ,
i apable of receipts of M"0 to $60" per.
Last call for lsrjre profits in South!
nv iMllfnrnla this winter FA111FI KU i
M 'hi i ' i ' 1719 Ransti I I 'hlladi :
phla, Ps 7v-p ;
MODERN ati urn h ati d i toragc W
'; iyloi Mii.. Co.. 2383 Hudson 7i
BOARD AND ROOM
v. EBL1 . he i ' .i front m with be I h to
Mi Kcntlcman Hone cooking. 069 Twenty j
I hlrd si r. t '
I : HI ' and r... ..n .. l v o : n,
th n ercn I1C3 W M 79JL2
il ' .;:i and room with private famll)
Bj Man and wife or two young men. Box,
ear; Standard 78M
FOR RENT Unfurnished
ofl5 partly furnished room fur gentle-1
lH3 ' mi Wa-ghhlgton a , . gglj
TTTf.i.i. in in .,. im.-nt -Jiri It.-. . -
H JH r'(i or four modern unf n i rlhed hon -.
tBq Jr " i eplng i s, close in Phone III
( ROOM house for renl 3?s: ."hild-i A . I
FOR RENT Furnished
' U.'K HleepliiK r."m. alu i boiisekenlnn
,r. "in i en l.ii.'i : .1. , Sci-nth Si Plu.ne
iN'l furnished room. on. i.r two nen'le
ii. i 1 .- i i i iOSI
TWO rooms for rei I "hi n
.'' l - M 10 !
I'V ' r "in- f..r i US
i g 10 :
' ' i il. re ., .1. .'I'M
IIOUSEKKKI . . i -i mt ioi bi
fi re noon, or call vn; Joth, afternoon.
TWO sleeping rooms, gentlemen it
tarred, slao two h..useirceitn; rooms. 2746
on I ; TIM
M)DKRJ roon itti bath cloa In rem
ons ?436M 'I dh u Vy j '
; i I'AiMii ; i i ..i Iglii liouseKei -
Ing 521 22nd 81 '' 1
i Ft'iT' f le. i I'll, i i n, I : i ell' e re -!C4J
Ft'R.visTTTTi i -t . ' in , iniMf I'Hii
hardwood floors Adults onlv. 27s.j Orant.
! i If- IS11H1 1.. ,1. in ... : i I ai. In V x ,
i i : n i s h i : i ,. rtmi its i..i I keep
025 Vdg . T"1-"
i i n n is 1 1 1 "l ' i r-.ni lose In
' .T 1 ! i' ; ' '" '
3T ISAM i ' -' epln i i foi gentle
men. Phone IBSI-Nf. Hi Twenty-third.
' i ;;mmi!:i ati im 1 hs
Corner Adam.M mid Twentv third street
I ' . i ' Ti . nl x f if' li
I VROF . on i -' I'Ui M "" Private en
iranci 2642 0i nl '''
RT1JAW hinted fronl rbora for o:t or Iwd
entlemen 3682 Mad I on j
. ;,n:ir.i . " ..,n- . i si m,.i h.,th.
for one or two KenMemen. Ifil Twenty
' ' ' ' ! " ' ' '
vi .EBPI N ; room iniao heal Rcntle
men ineferrecl 2M I Ad.nns avenue.
.... 1 1 hi n t.-.i sIcepfnG n nm for
, mi I'll-'i !' T"l I
si i .r.ri ; i. .in "! "i i ' c. ;.. oi,;.
i i mi ' 1 in. i j 55 7910
' i RXISMEO pin im oi one or
two fr"ntiemen. 2123 Washington.
i i KNISHEL) i-ooni two gentlemen
!040 Orchi i I Ts.'.l
ru 1 1 r, o ' opai Imenl for renl 19B1 I
clei ivi nu; 7810
: i .i 4!C ii roi ien ai ! Ad
, i : heali i m H"
n' .i . I. ' " '
WANTED To Rent
, i , I . I i I . v.-'i b.l V i '
nr," or two furnished rooms, with or with
out board. Call Room 21. Arlington ho
le! " '"-
T Christmas I nrnlshed threi oi
room apartmeni ei house. No children
Best references. lios C care Standard
':' 1 "
Ft ii K f. . n orn n n unfui nlslu rl
he permaiunt. IU 2te are Sinnd
,i .1 Baa .ii i, i 1.94-
I T7 : i;. i ii funi i rtment
i . i , l SS
FO i. ... , ' m le ' housi PI
j j W 7547
WANTED To Buy
ygUXOdog Phoni 1 ' ! '
i i ' i v bottles ana barrel j CaH 1
: 1 1. , 1 1 1 ;.- , in i I ."i
clothea 259 Twenty-fifth St. Phone ir7,
hiohfst prices paid for second nand
Roods. Stov.e. 1S00 Ws'hinc'cn tr'r
77'.: clean rags aantad '.t Ihs Btend
Brd 1 i miner office 4
WANTED iMiscei aneous
I kRCJK clean mK- '" u .-Uandsrd
M 'in ..'" i7l
FUH RtN I Miscellaneous
OHIO vai uum cleai 11.25 a da
122! ( I ij ,:
FOR SALE iViif;ce'ilanfcOUS
TWO fr. mTl '.. .. Z-R-S
i ... i "
VVICKER bab 1 mi
mlnti ' I : j
TV. 1 ' w .ii i !'. .i l i mi i. Hon 101 ill
pj Nlonro " " '
1 1 a hi i Oi eo& bui lieai
sutorhoblle roiw. Cheap. Phone K'Si
, la I C leclrlc f
. i. riffiisircel '.';."
s r: ' i ' 1 S3-22-W
BDISON phoi Iinost 1
choice selections, fij'. 323 Orant avenui
V . J i v l I."' ii ''nil .
-. . ' -. !' ! ni..',' i : :
MA.IESTIC I nxii Othei furniture
i i i : "
DIN1 N'1 ; i hah - tep ladder 10 gallon
nulo oil. 20 gauge shot nun, Z'J rifle. 30
gallon steel tnnk. motive powci washing
machine, I6 Twenty -dcvenih stref,
Phoni !52i ' ' 11
TWO plfl " ' '
Ing innchlne. 3677 dnms. Phone S2M M
ROI i i ' -1 wlckei babj i.u . . Kb 1
flass condition, reasonable 220'J Q.iln
Ti i 77 h Jersi i and Durham mill
n.. 1915 Oranl
1 1 i. an ronal li in appl s can he I
ai P.. Campbells Rlverdale. Phone i I I
. i i i lioles and oven
Tl fifth 7948
rWO i mill. . ows foi sab 1293 Slav.
SE OXTJ hand din lun bei Prici
to coi respond with condition. Apply US
. . ' .i lldl i .
i , i . nlni tabli rugs - 1 tin kltch
cabinet base, oanltary cot 26M Tiylor
yeniii i 'ii ins 1 1 j j 1
s in ri 'n pots l II S delivered B sxl
Pi jiii i. Eira v. Steed Phone ll-J-4.
WH1 N rou talk about meal talh about
Blvy S Chunk kfoal Mouse. The very bcsl
for much leys than nil other markets. Iim
Round nnd T bone steak. 25c pound.
Meaty chunks beef 16c pound. Plal
brisket IPc and 124c pound. Whole pork
shoulders 2Sc pound Veal, lamb, mul
toti proportionately low Fred L, EJlvyi
I i . ii ., , 'I .-n'. f.iurlh .i: i. "I '.':?
y, ; ,1 v. u ni . i I : ' '
fjunrnteed singers. Hear Ihcm flnR.
Jill i n, ..in Tlw
TV. ' I t ...e.i I . .. .! Pe... il l il.
I ' Ihlld - QUI
FOR the best values in pianos and phono
prropha see 3. M. Pantone A- Son. Twenty
ninth and Uud-.uTi Terms without Inter
v. . . , :, . ,ii wool lady's sull
i Tu . r, fourth st reel ' 1
.. ii i . ;. n. i i. i i ilet ' i motoi Inquire
list Grant avenm 7i
I " H . r ClaSI Dl inO tUni i Phone 71
Christenson Ashton Music Co.. 2381 Hud-
. ,-, 1 1 avenue M
i Q readings, Rone Bcautlea and Gnnos
, i 1 1 '. ' i i Phone 8-R :
81 I I'M. ..mI i. i .--. " 1 ni, !!
r mission I .. . '. k yards j I I
l'i IT Ti H. .1"! s '-el 'l.!' ' '.ill lr'Tt.
WE al bj havi in i pie w Ithln ihe
resrh of every family. Bc.tlSfaCll0n puar
, ' ' 1 Phone li li v. 786(1
k i m i ; ' i. i piano Big bargain Call
Thiitieth ::; ,,
PI LLETtS and market pouttrj W tern
'.i , n ,'. i i ' 7236
VSSORTI D goldfish f.nd nupphea Sc
(h. m Vj '. i ! i li . in I'. ed I I.. 729i
POJ4 v. iii i i-.ti is nnd ;c tables, call
i",n i ii r.i.--i'.w ,i . . i.i.ii. . 7220
PAINTS cuii ran t.-ed ilni Si i i jmIIoc
t,. bi ' quality 14.60. stow.'s lHnii Waal
intrlon Ave. 7110
CNCAl.i.t U lor uuila. lu.ioi ii.nua, . .
reduction 'JJordou s. 211-.'j TWwnty-f'l a
Pt )i.o- 419. X1S7
CHEAP FOR C S 1 1 . I roadster 1"
1141 : IJ
k 'it' ou i " -l eoi
household coeds km icond a new Rous
fi t snj Phi i I41t-R ""
Rl iWN'fNi : . i 'i ll'l'Ni ABI K I SI D
I Overhauled nnd Reilnlshed Terms
I Overland . hummj M. 90
I Overland ,ri p rs ItgOr, 61 K
Hub k five i.nssenRer. Cylinder
Btudebaker five, paaaanger, I eylmder.
, Willys seven pnsscnucr. 6 c Under.
I Overload five paMengnr, M.
Hulck rcudler. cyliiidct
i 2540 Orant. Phone
pRACTli m.ly new Ford roadstei with
I. mount.. hi., iru.l. bo.p lHrKiln. Phone
ri ' P.OL.KT bab gi u ' five
Icir irood condition, win .eii cheap. M08
,Hm . n.. :i i ' v
FIVE passenger touring cai 'or rule
cheap 2S4S i.'rant Auto Salvnge Co.
i HKESMAN P HEN ICWISIJ
' Tl iM' ilUl.l S
iris iiedRe S-passenger
IMS l.,dir" roadster
j 191 R Buttle 7-paenger
1020 Ilulck o-paxsenirer
T'ls Rul. k Four tcadstwr
101 7 Hiiick H-4r, l.uirlns
1919 rhecroiet S-pasSeolrer
inu ifui mobile !!
1917 ' "halm1 i
lsir. Overland B-passenger
1919 COlc Eight Chumm) roadsttr
liic Bttxon six
1919 Ford louring
tflH pord delivery
l'Jlo Kord Coupe
These are all late models They have
been renewed mechanically a well a In
appearand, and the terms "I" sull you.
rin rs.M. AUTOMOBILE CO.
2&U6 Wash Ave., Photos 329
7 .." 'i
1917 FORO, barB'i'n. 222S Jelferaon.
WAN 1 ED Romaic Help
W ' ? Tl . I umbi i of j 8 w ""
I eiinmnn school education to prepare for
te,-Kr:tph s. r. e p..;- full parlk ulcrs
.i.e odav. Railway Telegraph Inst .
Oakland. Calif. MM
EARN !C." weckl)'. vjiare time, writing for
newspaper:. iikiki.IiiC". Exp. unm . .e
Inlls Free. Press Syndicate. 10! St. Louis.
IIOM1 i 130 00 Wkly . up; Bxperh
unnecessary: Everything furnished; s. mi
sdf addressed ."TRmiie.i envelops for free!
particulars: KURN CAXDYMAKER8 1
'" nilladclphla. Pa. . Mil
WOMAN for housekeeping. Inquire ai
WOMAN to clean office and saleOl UOm SV- j
' erv du afier 3.30. Cheesman Automobile ,
.. . 2566 Wash. Av 8013
i IA L i , girl sTT1 in i" i ion Hi ii. bo
r.' PERIENCED saleslady for cloaks nn i
suits. Permanent position. Nations). I
Wa hltivton avnue. 7so
71 I". .'I I ' V. ' ' , , . I.. i .- -e f-il,lll
2625 UadlsoM a Venue oi phone 2109-J.
PERtENfED v. i' wonted a:
i I el 7 is: i
EXPERIENCEO - wine: girls wanted si
Caplau'g Oovn Phop: koo.1 warea. fiS
WANTED Male Hc!p
1 XTRA salesmen, also snlcsladles Appl)
Mondav mornlus. k r r Vr. Mudaen, I
Lyric Music Co. 2524 Washington Av
MWN-WOMEN i" inn..- RatTwnj Stafi
Fostofnce; inierrai Ravenus Clerk Posl-!
tlonsi wrlle Mcjdera Institute, Dept. in.
MEN wunie.i for Deiect I ve Work Etperl- j
ence unnecessary. Write J. Ganor, former!
i 3. Gov' I i letectH e . SJ Lou I
MEN' Ase 17 to fiD. Expert n. e unijeei
sary. Travel; make secret Investigations 1
reports. Salaries expenscc. American
Foreign Detective Agency. i'.41 St. I Is
COOK for famil ! n-.r. ., J65I
..n. Phoni IQgft-M
wANTiiiu Mom.- rarnuer ' ieea ,i
-.,c and S months old .ilf this winier.
Phone 1607-R 50j I
' I i nm n lo tulc mn nageiiK nt of in w
I business In Ogden. See Slark & Thomp
son. Room 1'"".. Mi'i.on hotel llouit. Hi
lo jf " lo nd 6 to I. 7002
WALE sicnoicr-ti !n i- wanted hi Premier
Coal company's plant Rl Kui.erlor. Wyo.
",ool .Hilary. Stnli pn.-l i ceord end -X-i'l
r'etice. Address Premier ""oal Co.. r.J
' v. i. '. '.. Qc '"ii ' ' 79 ' I
TWO 1 ' ichool boys wanl ohs.
l-b ii j TM
' V 'I i i lltO SchOO LO " '
soli "... htt r. ";iiiri rlghl 7001
jjVAIj 'TP--jjaje and Female
MAN or woman wanted salary $3d full
lime. 75c an hour spare time, sclllnc
1 guaranteed lu.slerv to Wearer Fxnerlen'e
unnecessary. In'.ernatlonnl Hosiery MIIN.
l, are wnnt.-u. r. s. government lobs.
iit, in $2fin month. Hundreds openlnci
I LilSt free Write ImmediatoH . F-inVlln
I Institute. DcpL J 4D2. Rochester. X. T.
AGENTS, make mere nn ney than you
ever made In vnur lift (filing our rug
rmv I Ines A II. Klrl y. 1026 Market St.
San Franclsci 1023
AGENTS Mai ; 77 777Tp ni
guaranteed hosier) We guarantee IS6.00
I weekly full time 75c an hour spare time.
Experience unneeesoary. Perfectwear
' ; ' '.' I ' 1 I i 'I" . i ir good
and distribute Free Samples to I'nnsuiner
fUe per hour. Write for full particulars
American Products t'o.. 2112 American
Bldg 'in' Innal I, Ohio I pit
WANTE D Salesmen
WANTED Salesmei who li bi i in
cessful. Address. Angola Rubber Company
I North Division and Pine Streets. Luffnlo.
SAIjESME.' for an alerl uc-
;ces-sful salesman. Twelve Sheet. Roll-top,
I Art Calendurs. Leather Goods, Bans Sup
plies. dvertlslnp Spolalt les tioo.1 com
t missions. SxCluolve lerrllory references
leiulr.d. EfOXiiMV AOVERTISING
I CO.. Ic.wa City. Iowa. 7I'9K
' SAl .E8 MEN wan li d to icli no, 1 I
'tr.es and shrubs are In demnnd. Cosh
weeklv Add reus Capital City Nursery
Co Balem Ore. 73X"
IAPANESE school tvanti ai oi
US 24th st phone 1296 ":'
WOMAN wanl word by the flaj I nder
I standx mnternltv nutslng 170 29th Street
EXPERIENCED ipivt wants position or
work at home Neaines, ana accuracy
Juarantced Will call for work. Phone
200 -.1 , b002
i i i i; 1 1: Si 'i 'I ' giTi w ishes position iii
home: preferably where there are two
adults. Phone Reed Hotel. Room 218.
i vNiTuR v.isti.M wcui.. vpidy European
hob H'.om 16 ' I. Ro i 7940
rOUNG mull ...f good education wants
work of nn- kind until Christmas What
jhae you? Box B. F. caro Standard Ex
COMPETENT si graphei deslrei tern
porary position or piece work. Phono
j 7 2 7919
i i v i-:.-1 : 777777 T77 77TT77" 77777777777
Vd.he. s 2.',:i Twenl fourth sli.-cl TS'i i
(.'LEA N INO, dying TTTi i eno ttlng i
fcathei i in 1224 7856
SOI ICE Fie, kle- . mi .,1 s. ., rlnld. . .. v -pits,
ugly noses and all facial defects cor
reoted by Woorlhary System. Or. Bailey.
Face Bpoc lolls t. 221 Empire niiiK , Den
. .., c, o 1004
MONEY TO LOAN
mi 1 ii i ii.o. . j . estate
i'. " - n.T.-i. ii m
1 1 VT lull" 7777 .1,, for bb Pi, 1
1 iicso. We do for the man or woman who
works or) s salarj Ell ui. 227 Hudson
ISk L8i your oiu i-tikc as nr:.i paytlMM
1 on n rifw raiifc. or will buy your Mrt
raocc ouwlcht. Hjmo F.irnl'ura Co. 4tia
V?.00 PER LINK PEP MONTH
bOOKS AND STATIONERY
Drnmwell Book and Stationery. 2262
.Washington avenue pt-one ico. ;0o1i
1'iah N"ntlon-il Pink, southeast COmSf
Twentl fourth ,. Bd V - I hlngtOll Phone 61
CARPET CLE' NlNC
1 Carpet' cleaning and color rentorlnK.
Satisfaction gUSrShteed. Phone 2133.
" I S
Oirden Carpeht C'leanlnrj Co. for P.rnt j
j.ln-h wor' 1 phol.terlnc nnl mattress
I making. Phone 27S2-J. ft. Van Kompen.
Expen carpet cleaning, upholstering,'
mat tr'iei mude over, fr .11 hers r novated .
Call E. .1. Hampton .v 'o . ".' r, W ?M
I Offden chiinnej sweep. Phone 3GI.
1 CITY JUNK HOUSE
1 Phone 133. 225S-CO Washington Ave.
Met 'arty & Co . hnullnsr rubblrh T.nd
ishoi Phone "'H' s' 7tv
The New Method PentictR are rpeelal
lets in all branches of Dentistry. 2i9
Washington avenue 1200
Ogdi n Engraving Service, Co Makers
1 of fine cuts In one 01 more colors. 41G
Twenty-fourth street. Phono 163.
LIFE INSURE NCE
I J. P. Corr. y F. cl. y Pn!ldlng
Oeo i Bennett corporation and croup
inmimnce a Rpccinltv. I'hone 121 W. 1514
JUNK AND HI DES
Western Hide K- .P:nk Co., 2?,2t Wash
1 ington avenue. Phone K61.
Ogdep Junk Eousc, i")'n Washington
; avenue Phone 210
C H ' ii" Phone 945-J 5262
AJl kinds, C 11 Berbe. Phone 91.1.1
1 WIHard Knv renl .-ntnte nnd loans
2171 Washington Ave. Phone 108 1S71
I Steamship Ageiiev 237" Wnshlnrrton
avenue. Phone 1 ir.fi 2? 1 y m 6026
I Oarb-ipe nnd rubhlrh hauled, ccaapolls
1 nnd toilets cleaned John Phlpp & Co..
j Phone 2S, 234)i Hunycn Avenue 9731
BtbVeS repaired, moved, clcmied and
set on. Phbhe gS64-W. 7837
TRUNKS AND UAOS -
1 Trunk and bnir repnlrlnf. around e,.r
net from Standard. Gallachcr's, 1371 ll.el
aon y 211a
I Expert window- no, I Wall paper .P. .11
I lug. American Window Cleaning. Ph. 6i;j
PAIR nose git n cast loot near L
school. Reward. Phone 1610. 02S
Pi 0: 1 o7sE8HELL nm glasses, on 26th
1 Jeff and W ash 1 1 ej :
DROWN mare brand 1 on right hit.
1" i, 14-J - : '
1 . M ' S 1. .'. writ w c'. I, ..i, u;,.l I. . ,
lioat between Browning Dpartmenti nnd
Ogden theater. Return Browning Apart-
in nt-;. No. 2 Reward. 7'75
1 : J ho 1 fei about 1300 pi thoasl
of Pec hospital Thursday nlRht. Ezra
Parrlsh. I.oyton Utah! Box S23. Re.
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77i v 7 i 777 777777 7777 .i.-, ..t ... ., rv
dale, one small blink pin BOSTI ;rip inn
I tainlng lady's and chiid'H wearing up
I pui el glnsaoa, i Notify police or phone
iti-R i Ogden, Vbwlea Bultahle reward
M'TO llCanSe plate No. 24199 attach, tI to
nil Ugh I Itelurn to Standard ICxhrulner
u. slz .I knife pleating, l horn I
' HILDH IN - nu 7777 7777" 7
j ii Washington ,26
DRESSMAKINQ 777777777 . uiin , 1. 1. i .ii
I remodeling. Wotk guaranteed Phone
HI ' - I I i 'i i : S . i i I dgli do
lot Sinser SeWlkg llachlHS CO. All Work
. . i on
HviiiKiiiuninn pe.oi oOge, ouiions. pun -line
nd pleating Second door W H
' - Mr- il u,vmn )I.J
POULTRY AND EGGS
i BTI IM; El ioS I N COLD WEATII1 r i
I lmily a question 'f giving the i.n
I enough good fo.Mi with Pratts Poultry
1 Regulator mix.i in Ii .r day. There
1 must be food enough t.. ke.-p up strength.
provide extra heat to withstand the cold
r.nd a Surplus to po Into eR;-makln(;.
lTntiM Poultry Reaulator keeps the etp
'machine well oiled and in brood running
J order. And the cost is a trifle ...r ;i
I int a hen per month, iluaranteed to
I satisfy or your mone La k. Hold by seed.
I feed and Poultry dealer.! everywhere
ONE million 1 C Whltt C fhol n bab:
chicks Troni h a. ' laying lllOKiinlxcd)
'tock for JipiitiR 1H2I n. ll,'rj. .I inu.-m
prices ?fi per 26i $1" I" t BO, $1S p. i 10IJ
Special prices 600 and 1000 lot Sjite do
'livery live vigorous chicks guaranteed
' No money In advance: pay on dellverv.'
Order early chicks now nnd renllr.e big'
I broiler profits, Finest hatcherv In the
.world. Established 1S99
M I "ST H ATI Ml IMM'P.ATOR CO
S Seventh St. I'.talitnin i'nl
i.i FtLJ ' ALLEY Ml vi M : i n
P.C1 Twenty fourth St.. Offden. ITLah.
I There are delln'iuent on the following
I described stock on account of assessment
levied nn the Kth day of October, 1920,
the several amount.- set opposite Ihe
I names oi iht ri p. 'live stocklioldcrsi a.s
I follow s.
No. Name Shares AmL
8 Ralph 8. Corlew 3000 $60.00,
13 Peter Mnttnon 3000 60.00
19 J. W P. Volker 1000 :ii.0H
21 Chas H. Husscy 1500 30 00
22 K.I II Miller 100 1 00
23 Paul M. Lee 40 SO
27 Oscar P. Randall 1500 30.00
30 Anlone lensen 200U 10.00
31 Antone lenen 100 1 in
32 H. IS. Olmsleud 100 2.00
33 Mrs. C. J. Tribe jO 1.00
rnf;corBe W ilwIlhiiTn .. 250 5 00
3C William U Tribe. 50 100
39 Arthur ;. liousSmsJi. . ,3000 60.00
40 George T. Llnd.iuisi. . . 300 10.00
41 Chan. J. Tribe 1500 30 00
42 William D. Tribe. , ilBOO 30.00
43 Isaac Fair 1600 32.00
4C Fred W Ralllson 100 2.00
51 Oscar P. Randall 100 2.00
6i5 J. W. K. Volker 100 2.00
j 57 John a Hutching loo 200
I 5K T. a. Davlne 100 2.00
I CH TV A. Mattnon 100 I
C7 Bertha L. Porlew 100 2.00
I f,S K. Campbell . 250 5H0
69 I.eo J, Walker 1000 20.00
70 Isaac Parr 500 10 00
77 It. U Huberts 160H 30.00
14 A. B. Corey eoo 10.00
87 Taylor M. Cain 200 4.00
88 Kr.-d M Tout 200 4.00
91 C. II. GoBllns 11100 20.00
92 Hatrop & AOdneson. .0M 40.00
93 .1. A. Summers 1000 20.00
! 91 John A. Hutchens 1500 30. on
95 H. V. Irwin 500 10.00
9iU-P. D. Robert 200 4.00
97--Anlone Jenaen 200 4.00
9 I. V. Fan- 200 4.00
j Pfr-P. A. Mattson 200 1.00
1101 -Arthur llaii.un.in 1500 1
and in accordance with the law and order
I of the I'oard of directors inndo on the Mh
day of OctObei I'.ii'. BO many ehares of
each parcel of such stock n.n may be nee-
lessary win be oui at 3d Twenty-fourth
street. Ogden. I'tah. on the 12th day of
December. 1920, at 2 o'clock p. in. to pay
l'i d llii'iucnl iii-.- i.niuil UvOl'T WlHl
th cost of advertising and expense of
7769 Secretary ami Treasurer.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND Db
LINQUENCY OF THE SAMb.
To Whom It May Concern:
Under authority T.f Section 27s of the
Compiled Uuk 01 Utah, 1907. and aa di
re, t.-.l by Section l"ir... of the Revised
Ordinances of Ogden City, Ctab, 1913.
The underalKned ireaauror of igden
City, I'tah, hereby gives notice that ii
special tax t'.i tin purpose of paying the
coats of building ' ein.-pt paving i grading. I
Curbs and gutters, sidewalks, culverts.
. iii mtm
HARDING TO TALK
BEDFORD, Vn.. Dec 4. Speaking
not is the next pFI Hidenl of the United
Slates, but as m Klk holding (hem
hershlp In the Morion, nhlo, lortjro No i
32. Warren Gamaliel ll irdlng will de-
llvei tipj. memorial addfeOS here to-i
morrow al the annual exercises al the I
National F.lk home Weather permit
ting, the exercises will be held out of
doors at the foot of the famOUS molltl-1
tains, the peaks or ".tor.
President-elect Harding was united
here IrtKt pprliiH by I!eiir Slo'.e. .i
resident of the home. Thi sehator,
who then pi oivtiHc-il Mr. RtoWe he 1
would come was reminded of the
promise after his nomination las) June
ond replied to Mr stow :i tollowa:
"No mutter what happenn in the
election In November, my promise I
holds good to speak to the brother
il'lk.s nl the home on iuxi Memorial!
I The president -elect and Mrs, Hor
ding ;mil ihejr pitrty who reached Nor-j
folk today from their vacation trip lol
Panama, will be met hen tomorrow
by a committee of prominent Klks ami
taken by automobile to the home h
few miles away. The memorial oxcr-
Is'-s will begin at J p in. and the na
tional grand exalted ruler of the BlkS'
will Introduce the senator. The solemn
memorial services will be in charge of
Fred HarpeTr, mayor of Ijyrtchburg.
and the eiistom of reading "the roll
'rail of the departed" will he carried
'out with brief eulogies for each mem
ber of the local lodge, who has di-d
Chanters artd gololsta from man; cities
In Virginia and several bands and or
cnestros will tako pu;-t in the oaeroiaes
This little town, with Ita 2.500 In-
I habitants awaits lommnrroWi e--nt
with the greatest enthusiasm and dc-
pii the fast Lhat :nc preetdent-alect
will arrive on Sunday he will be givcVi
a tumultuous welcome. This will com'
not alone from the town folks, but
from thousands of Bike who began ar
riving today ami will continue to come
in by special train all during the fore
Bedford already in aflutter with
flags and huntings and local lOllts have
announced that !f the weather Is good
i( is likfl that Senator Harding will
head an automobile, procestdon
thro ugh the principal gtreete of the
town before beginning the drive in the
famous Valley or Virginia to the wide
iUwn it the Elks' home where ihe
memorial exercises will bo held.
In the home, which was established
In 1008. are 110 members, ranging
In ages from 45 to B7j and Hoy will
he given the seals of honor nt the
Spiritual and Bodily Needs
of Overseas People Dis
cussed at Boston
BOSTON, Mass, Dec 4. The oh
llgatlon of the American churches to
those '" Europe stricken by 'he war
'and Its aftermath whs one of the sev
eral subjects considered todny nt the
ijuadrlennul Of the Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ In America.
The dlsdusslon was led b Bey, tfehe
iniah Boynton, chairman of the coun
. ll's commiaslOll on relations with re
ligious bodies in Europe and by the
commission on relations with Franco
and Belgium, headed by Arthur J.
Following a statement of famine
conditions in central and southwestern
Europe by Herbert Hoover, the coun
cil vote to Bend a message to the Pro
:. .ml churches of the United .'talcs
urging Immediate gifts to save the
lives of millions Of starving children.
Pr- IJoynton described the situation
of European churches n critical, say
ing that the "religions prosecutions
which are hideously in evidence today,
sometimes of Koman Catholics, of
I Pre9byterlana,of Baptists, hut always
Upon occasion of Jews, present one
of the most revolting exhibits and
outrageous lnfamie- of current his
tory. It makes the business of our
Anu-rlcan churches, unscathed by war.
strong In financial resources and in
fluonli.il regarding public opinion, im
portant and Imperative with relation
to the sister churches in Europe."
AMERICA IN FOUR YEARS
(Bv International Mews Service)
BOSTON. Nov. 29. Speaking before
the Boston branch of tho Socialist
party in Franklin hnl), Olive M. John
son. editor and author of Socialist pe
riodicals, declared that by ousting ihe
Pemocratlc party the United States
has b-ai ned a lesson lhat may lead to
g Socialistic America four years from
dralnagi and irrigation
water and sewer connections, driveways,
'etc.. In Ogden City. Utah, bus been lev
Id and confirmed by an ordinance of the
Hoard of Commbvioners of Ogden I'lly.
Utah adopted and passed November 20th,
; 1120 'and pnbll-ilied Nov 27th, 1P20.
Said Special Tax Ik levied upon all
property abutting on the following streets.
1 p.-wit. '
I p.oth shies of Libert) avenue between
I Twenty-sixth a:nl Twenty-seventh
i streets, Capitol street between Van Ruren
:nnil Harrison avenues. and Uianiercv
'avenue between Twenty-fifth and Twcn
: t -dlxlh streets, and more particularly
I escribed a follows, io-v.lt Hart of
Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive. Flock .1. Plat "R" .
I ots 14 to Inclusive Caplfnl lllo.-lc sub
I division of Block SO, rut "C anl Lots
!i to io inclusive itio, k Plat " u. an
In Oirden City survey to a depth of 60
, feet back from 'be street line, in Having
District No. 131
I Said fax Is payable In 10 Installments.
The First Installment becomes deiin
I quest on the 1 6th day of January, i-t
1 The BeCOnd Installment DeCOmSfl ilelln-
oueni on the 27th day "f November, IMS
The Third Installment becomes delin
quent on the 27th day of November 1H23.
! The Fourth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 27th lay Of November. 1124.
The Fifth Installment becomes delln-
ouent on the 27th day of November, 112s.
I The Sixth Installment becomes deliti
fluent on the 27th lfy of November, I12H.
The Seventh Installment becomes delln
.jn. nl on the 27lh day of November. H27
The Eighth Installment becomes driin-
QUent on the 27th day of November. 1128.
The Ninth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 27th day of November, L9S9.
The Tenth Installment becomes delin
quent on the 27 til day of November. I ISO
Bach of said Installments except the
first drawi Interest at Ihe rate of nix
per cent per annum from the 2"lh dn
of November, 1910, until delinquent, and
If said tax or any installment thereof
;liill remain unixiid after the delinquency
of the same. Interest thereon thereafter
will be St Ihe rale of eight per cent per
annum until such assessment are fully
All special tnxes are payable at the
office of tho Cltv Treniurer In the City
Hall, at OKden City, Utah,
C. T. KOONSi City Treasurer.
Published in Tim Ogden standard-Examiner.
First publication Pee. 2nd. H.2i.
Last publication Dec. 0th. l'.'JU.
The Ogden Auto Directory
Vv MEKE TllEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
Franklin Agency and Service. All makes repaired. 2466 Grant F
avenue. 6503 H
Briscoe Touring Cars, Gramm-Bernstein Trucks. White-Robinson, p
2300 Washington. Phone 340 . 3739
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740
Huasou, Auto Top Co , 1717 VashIngton 3775 f
THIS PREACHER FEEDS THE I
BODY AS WELL AS THE SOUL
I zy Bl
- - "Zoi2 w p I.
IN. V. A. Stnrf Sjwvdal.)
CHICAGO Feedlnsj the body as
well as the Roul In the new task of
Rev. Fmil liu.k He's running u
church and a restaurant.
During two services Sunday and two
nightly meetings a week tin pastor
restaurateur helps his coiiKregutlon
reduce the high fear ol dying. The
rest of th- time, at his cafeteria down
'town he helps his patron fedUct the
i likch rost ol living
USED TO BE Clll.t .
Before he felt thi call t" the minis
try he was a chef and restaurant man
ager. He qui! that and is now pastor
of the Auburn Hark Tab-rn.ic:e
Mlsfl Margaret IV Marshall, a mem
ber of Ins i DllKI. .It l, ill, S,le.l his
Idea from being just an Idea.
She bought out the irct-nwood cafe-
CLEi:i.ANl Jude W. H. Mo
Gannon (shown above), chief justice
lot" the Cleveland city courts, has been
Indicted on a charge of second degri
murder in connection with the killing
'of Harold C- Kagy. K i;:y 'h shot
fOUowins an automobile ride .mJ
! drinking party In which Mctlannon.
'Kagy and John V Joyce participated.
Joyce was first tried and acquitted.
K:u" had tulil pollc. bef he died
that" Joyce fired Ihe shot, in his own
defense Joyce testlned that he did not
shoot Kagy and 'hat UqOahnon was
present. McGunnon pleads not gullt.
and says ho left tin patty before tho
killing. Testimony of tyUse May Neely
i shown above) is bellVed to be largely
responsible f"i .McCa niton's Indict
ment. She says she had been request
ed by relatives of MeGannon to locate
1 him the evening of the murder and
I that she was w atching McOannOn and
U ' others when the fatal shot was
CONVICTS WIN MEDALS.
(By International New.' Service)
BOSTON, Nov. 29. Fourteen con
victs, veterans of tho world war. Wdre
presented with victory service medals.
Tht ceremony was held In tho prison
chapel Nearly BOO prisoner.', (jie in
ure population ol state prison, at-
w wis MAI him ; i.i s
poll BAND! l Cli VS1NG
COLl'UL'S Police Chief French
wants council in grant Jlu.OO'j ( be
spent on iii?h-powered armored auto
mobiles with machine guns. Then, he
says, he'll give auto bandits a run for
Iterla and Installed Rev. Burk as man-
ager. his wife as cashier and hit
i daughter. Miss Mae BurlCt ut the PH
checker's desk. The first thing the
pastoi ' dbl was to cut 11
"It's Rreat thing to look after
wants of people other than spiritual,"
v.is Kc Burk, "At the restaurant I jH
have come In contact with a great ffH
nt my mure people than 1 could have
Whb h. he asserts has added great-
ly lo his church membership. Flo
, finds a bit oi missionary work not
j amiss as a side dish to a hearty lunch ' K
And he is not above jumping in, when ts
waitresses rushed, ami helping to H
Bervc his patrons with a yearned-for
I glass of water or another helping of
CRUELTY STORY 1
GOES OWERIHED 1
Haitian Natives Hear Much
Against Marines, But
Can Prove Little
PORT A I ' PRINCE, Nov. 1 . (Cor
ipondci landing witnesses nc-
tuatly Involved in reported indiscrim
innte killing of natives, and Othi rs
with first-hand knowledge ot misoon- H
iiini on the par' of the American arm'
of occupation was a task which eon
slderably delayed the naval board. In
vestigutlng charges against American
marines In Haiti during the Cirst week JL
of its stay in Port :ui Prince.
Major Jesse P. Dyer, judge advocate,
admitted that It was a difficult job.
Man) persons who professed to I
information came forward to bo Ques
tinned, but it soon developed, it was
said, thai most of their testimony was
'hearsay, which, of course, was (.xclud
le.i. in tb. hope of speeding Up th
I proceedings, Major Dyer made trip
ibj Lirplane to interior points to inter- JH
view natives and marines, many of Hjj
whom wecr summoned here. Travel
across the mountains Is slow and te- Hjb
dious. however, and sessions of the BVJ
were held up until they could
Meanwhile, Hear Admiral Henry T
Mayo Indicated that tho court would BV
be extn mcly path nt, as members renl- BjSJ
t.ed thtit the judge advocate oeme
here without opportunity before hani HjSJ
ot working un his case. Only two wit Bs
B were .-amlned during the first
week! Major TKOmas C. Turner, chief1 H
iff. and President Dartlguenave, H
oi Haytl II was by the testimony ol H
Major Turner that the court dev. lope, i ffHH
the tact thai ! th int. ns li a i am aj
piign against bandits was begun ill PjIH
iictoher. 1910. a total of 1,189 natives
h id been killed in actual combat This jVjB
number in ' death, according to Major fljVH
Turner, In L'fis engagenwnts. (jVH
How many were killed from th ajVH
nine the marines came in until Octo- "JHH
her Inst year could only be determined HBs
by a careful Inspection of records, , BHH
larg ly Incomplete, ami now in Wash- BVH
ington, the witness explained, although IJhjVjV
he added thai Brigadier General bar- .
i estimate ol 2,260 was "undoubt- jVH
eiiiy exaggerated." H
President Dartlguenave, In a talk '
the other day with correspondents. H
qualified his statement to the court VjVH
that the marines had been accused BVJ
"by public clamor" II" explained that Vjfl
they had been accused by rumors and j
reports, and that In each case efforts HH
w.re male to Investigate The trans- IBS
int'..n was given as clamor," hut the HBVJ
official text was corrected to "rumor." j
As a witness the president was unable I BV
ii the court as to the truth
lof many charges against the military IBV
About the most that the court may
be able lo recommend Is trial by court
martial of possibly half a dc3en mar-
in .' its "obesrvatlona" were request
ed and may prove of value, but pri
marily it was sent here to ascertain
what truth there Is in charges thul ; mm
men guilty of violence nnd brutality mm
toward natives were never brought to ' sJJJJJ
STILL IN POLICE
STATION A MYSTERY
DENVER Sergeant Ustlck found J
a 2G valion still in the basement of J
.South Denver police station
tyobody knows how It got there.
IProba la following confiscatioo.