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H fl X, THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 13" - .
(j JH Lv. Real Egtatc j
(1, H ai'j? r'T modern brick, corner, cloao In
'JjHJ SJ11"''' arKl ar Uno. U btmnt and
: immW (JtV- ,v, window fchadea And electric
, ( ( HH ri.Ur.r v POltlv" snap at 5100.
I W mmm -irv'1 ,0m modern fram. Hom In on
I ! HH Vr.Pch Ami car line. Lot GOxlM; will ro
L','! HY HO J10' cn; p0" tortus on baJane.
S! !1 ' Hal nv' rnorn nWdern brick bun -:
' JJHjr 17 hardwood rioora ard borders; tUd
HH ru room, brick . nd glazed In Ik pine
Ij HH ?rch. an built -In feature. htdM and
II HW ivclr,( ,tIt". full haatrocpL furnaca
j , HJfc ir1, fnvmtod driveway, clear to car
r I HP " ml 'bool: one of th noalast and
j ' I HH.1 fjjt home In 0dn. ea&h, itrmn on
HK "lnnc. J7000.
,( HV- . ' arrra land. S room houae. rhlckn
' c OOuae. hot nous. 2 "lowing weH. H
j Hfc .Serea naature. 1U acres alfalfa, womo
I j HM 'i.ffn,H fruit, balance bt tomato and boat
', JHff 4PnJ: Trltl'n mil of city. A caah. .
I Hl 555nn-i on balance. 54.600.
" Hil iffr rres land. 60 act- undar cultlva-
HI' ."P&n, small houa nml collar, spring
' H IV i rteater, 12 acres wheat. 6 acraa alfalfa. bl
j; Hf i jjfeO'K' rain and pasture land. Ciooe to
, (! He' j aW ''i on innln rol; 4 caah. torma on
f Fncp- Only 47400.
W r vtQoJl at office.
H K - L S. J. A- Mcculloch 1
"uEf -1 Under Plrat Xatl. 3ajtk K
IB ( jfiiOMie KBW MODKHN HOMK.
'L ., ? oom: all hi rd wood floors, ctm
ir ; nel flnlah: buffet kltdwn. breK-
K J jovo; inant"! nnd oooSt caaca; fur-1
mi jt: ctmnl baaemont. all Prtl-
K! I off; tho clawieat home of Its sle
J ! I-ocotcd l7i Twcnty-f'fth. wJ
j ML 8WAKK1I
i . -b;,irr. . it-. . ..-ww
K, I i jroom franr? house on heneh.
B 1 T Tnty.oirth 4100
K , j bm modern brick resldeinco fn
II B ! li room doubt brick ltous on
IV .) W500
'L , bin double brick bout, strlet-
l m -bdern W000
IB j KBLLY & JIERRICK
I ' ihot display of 8. K. Hincklay on
I jft 5.
I M ' irrri'L lot with Inrpe rasplerry
I M fcnd oun? bearing fruit tic. MC
IP K'E several very dlrab1 modorn
II u V for sole at rensonebla iirtcca.
I f ,Wr" ,,kc to hMVO y" CHl1 CC
I VVV iIvIihj one of the boat farms In.Wobcr
I I I ifTunty. sultnblc for arowlnp any kind or
H R milMTRf: orchard. Rood house, barn and
II' Y Jrace. rcood vrtr Hht. ptircul prinp
H;, Ja?vtcr on Promises.
iff L N. PIERCE
11 T' aW
I i K , A FrVE room modorn niw 'rarne. south part
' Bnf rltv, on pvel .-.tret. $3100. Phone
m 2T&-W or 2312. l2
M MODERN four tx-om Inmr bunsjalo; with
! M claen In riccplnB porch. 3i$l ln'n
( i m Kvenuo. - '
1 1U ACRES land with water right: four
' M room frnmc houe in cool condition l or
quick fAlo will SHcrlflco 5200. 102 cat
j Twcntloth after 5 p. in.
111 M SIXTEEN ncrci on TwHfth street, with
, J cood five room house. Six ncroo in fruit.
1 f m wnter right for half of the land. JaOOO
f Terms to suit. V.'ill connider a trade for
J realdence. J. J. Urummltt. 2417 Hudson
i mi- gyp nuo. 0341
f S FOR CASH. larKC cornT lot close In on
: I V hnch Two luro frnnio houses on lot:
. j W H'QO. Phone 274C-11. 2
' i f HOICK milldiiiR lota on North i8hlnic- j
: ion: newly puvod Ptrnot; wu furnish inon- ,
v, io btilld. AIjo clioiro cheap lots. cloo '
mX ro paved streets, easy terms: no jmiii ,
f CWL- tax W. li. Wcdtll. 2CS Washington.
AN clegwnt lot on Tylor avenue near
i I WV Twenty-fourth -treot. Tills lot Is voxlGO
4 'I, b to alley. This is near the excluHvo rol-
1 ' If -J nonco section nnd is worth twice what
y ! . Jf tho owner, who Is a non-reident. nekfl for .
H JU n. vhlch is WOO. J. J. Urummltt. 2U
af sT liiwlsnn von lie. 3sli
HI t NlKrY four room modern hi Ink homo n
I j'- tho bench, nt a bargain. Thos. Auld. un-
I It 1 drr First NUtlonol IJank. Plionrt 301. 3G3
mm Ik durlev idaho farm lands
mm Lvi "if WE havo a large Hat of Irrigated farms
1 W fc. for paJo or trade. Wrlto or see WON
r - GR1SWOLD JKV. CO.. Burlcy. Idaho
Hi ', f 1BC ACRES of farm land near Promoo
r tory, fully equipped witn stock rmd tool.
HI i f. Residence, stable, spring lor domestic nso
I .4 1 ' I"' nnd early water for Irrigation. Thi
J ijf K . would make a cholco grain farm. 'Jan
HI "-t. take a home in Ogden &a part paymont,
HI J476U. U. D. Wcdcll. Wash Ave
HI Sm EJGITT beautiful building lotn, rear of '
Hi 41 ; . 560 Twcnty-evond ptreot. Call 3123-R.
H Renldcncea 26G8 Monroe. 3089
Hi ' 5 O NER Flvo-room brick Homo.
HI iip modern except heat; ercoljont location:
HI call at 2&11 Adams Ave. Phono 2240-J.L
li ftP ,!" WE ISUi, SLLl and oxchungw :ur:ua.
HIT t ranches, houijco and city property. Sen j
. k us boforc ou noli or buy. South
HI' L Flinders Co.. up stairs. Commercial DA,"
HI ' f IT MTLL pay you to seo us about good
mm ) I , farms, loans, city rosldcncea and lots. ,
MM f J- Phono 1876. Porter Realty Co. -374
P J Washington Ave, Basement. List with
- I ua. 1031
l I GOOD modorn live room nungaioxv, eieum
Ih ff heat, modern In every respect. Clone In
Mil J on the bench. A great " p at 55500. J.
Ir I J. BmmmltL 2417 Hudson avenue. 3S41
Wm I 24 ACRES of land on the sand rl.'g.r
mil I About ten acres In orchard; near electric
H ftatlon, two churches, srhoor. Only $400o.
H - Terms to suit. Great snap J. J. Bruni-
mlV mitt. Phone 59. 3S41
Ir -L TWO acres fruit and berries, throe-room
l W ' K houwo. Phone 3130-J. 408f-
II m SLV-rootii nncic nouHo, i. oiocus froni
V m Wash, on brcch. "'Hh chicken run uud
Br garagn. Snap at $2350. Terms at N'o. 411
B & A ?nh Strt 23 R 4
II iji ONE acre wlUi watfr right, locatod near
H I aat Tweelfth ?troot. A gool plaeo to
1 i build a home; city water. Onlv 51000. .1
1 R i .1. Brumniitt, Phone S9. 3S41
18 1 ONE of the heat larnio In northern Utah.
I 1 conslftlng of 150 aor-e! plenty of water
H l for 60 acres: water can ho developed for
H balance: good five room house, barn and
' outbuilding?. On electric road, paved
H street. This la a grf-at snap at $15,000.
if Somo terms given If desirod. J. J, Brum-
M mitt. 2417 HudHon avenuo. 3S41
I ill MODERN homo; canatios, rabbits. Phono
Pj 2W-TV. 397r,
I Hi." OWNER Small bungalow, full basc-
H OK munt, large lot. part cash, easy terms on
W balance. A bargain; am leaving town
I I J. B. Brown, corner Grant and Franklin.'
I 'm: s"'J' Qi OWNER Five room modern house
2r,2S Harrioon. Phone 2437-.T, 73
I H BV OWNER Partly modem home of flvo
K large rooms, closets, pantry, screened
W-l R0 ,ftrK0 ,ot rru't trees and flowers.
Ij Call 1330 Capitol Avenue. 71
I III PAGE 6. S. E. Hinckley's display ad,
I ill APARTMENT house for sale. One or the
Mm neatest and best built apartment house
OHJ 'n Ogdcn, Tf you have SCOOO and mean
MM ').ua.1,ne':i. , See Thos, Auld, under First
vVl National bank. 5S
7 STOCK ILVNCH
j iSf , G acres grain and alfalfa land. undr
ff fm irrigation. In northeastern Utah. Small
f nousc, store building, domestic water, on
' ml stnto hUjhwny. 100 hoad of cattle. 12
M'lj horses, all kinds of machinery to run the
mj Pjace includeL Owner or ranch la In this
1 u'ty and on account of III health will aac-
ff rlflce. Price 530,000. Hair cash. Will take
MM ' orae clear Ogden property in trade. Thos.
MB, Auld. under First National Bank. 99
H S0 acres good farm land, will sell In
W 20 acre tracts, excellent fruit hind and
OH good for tomutoes. otc.. an opportunity to i
J' HI St a good farm close to Ogdcn at a very
lift HO roojonablc price, $150 per acre, will soil I
ft H j sufficient water to Irrigate same.
7 4 HI i Three acres excellent soil, small orch-
! lJJ ''0UHe' stable, etc.. close to car line.
'J 4 KK TUght acres of good soil, oxcollent lo-
l m,llP 'nd. liotise. stable, chicken hoevso.
. J Ml pit'.. 2 shares water Davis and Weber
: I li canal.-
JA II p-' TT SMITH FLINDERS CO
Uf WKwX Lpstnlrs, Commercial National Bank
! Iwli Somo people are complaining that
'fl ' -vhisky isn't safe any-whoro nowadays.
m and friend reminds us that he cau'c
rM f isasaojaabor when it over -was.
aG9fcter : .
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FOR SALE Real Estate j
BB n. K. Hin-kles display and on
I Page t.
'' n r. M. REALTY "
297- Hudaon Avenu
. 3 acr farm. U acres Mature, ti acre
,Corf land, water from the Dvis-Webr
i 1N mcr In IJherty. Oaln ralty. 0
'arra under rultlratbm. raah and t-rms.
2Q acre farm tvOt ten miles from
I city. 51700: part cajh and the baJaace on
S6 acre paature. 59I4W: amall iymit
down, balatc at a low raie of mteraC
7 rcrea In (own. h rood up to date rood -I
r Wouae. r-hlrfcn run for 2000 ohtckens.
ah kinds of fruit. . !
A modern f room brick hou. 2 b!o-j
from Washington on tha bench. 54&00.
i Caah and terms.
00 acre farm In Idaho. Irrigated land
10O aharea of water HfhL Hi. 000. SMO0
rash and the balance at S per cent. Time
f hnve miny other tjod barcalns In
city property and farms. Call and seo.
MRS. NETTIE ECCLES
G. E. M. REALTY 1
2t7S Hudson Avenue
Phone 1 037
CUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. ""
4' I4lii 8t. Phone
4- Room Modern.
Encloaod aleeplns; iorch. cement r-tp-mnt,
mantle, built -In faturc5. Iwrn.
-hl-ken roopa. lot M frontas;. In south ,
part of town. J2500.00: terns.
4-Room Modern Orlck i
Bungalow, practically nw. flreplaci.
built-in Itookraaoa. lot 40xU2 feL in
Krtcni location. ilWo.00; easy terms.
Room Modern Brick
f'los in. on ?outh Washington Ave..
? bHlroom. den. full hnsemont. haa gas
Iped up stairs and down, good lot snd
ch!ckn coops. House has cast front-.
sjt. 54100.000; terms. j
On? Acrt Peach Orchard.
11m varWy of olhr fmlts nnd five- I
room modern prees-d-brick bungalow. ,
Bood WAtcr system. 1-2 mile from tho
city. 54500.00: terms.
I 5- Room Mew Bunelaw.
i Located on thi h-noh. has enclosed
sleeping porch, fum&ce. hardwood floors,
irum-wood finish, bulll-ln featuros. gu
rus, lot 47xi r. foci. WSOO.OO; trm.
GUARANTY MORTCAGE CO.
41C 24th St. Phone 115
E. Y. CANNADY
Real F.siat- Insurance
A arhtantlal 6 room brick, modern ex
cept frnae. located on pavod street
near 2ttJi end Jefferson. Lot Is CGxl6f
fel and is worth about 53.600 without the
house, which would cost $6000 to build
lodajL WiM call for $'300.
Pmctlcally new 3 room strictly modern
bunsalow situated on south front lot
do" In. Hotue has furnace heat, fire
place, hardwood floorj and numerous
built-in featuroj. A genuine bargain at
Would you like to raise chickens, and
perhaps, keep a cow and have a garden
and fruit? If ao. look this over: Six room
brick cottage with full basement" and
i combination gai-sW. stable and chicken
house: situated on nearly half nn are of
choice land with perfect wtr right, in
I Idea) location. This Is a splendid property
! for J4S00.
I Four room modorn. brick cottage In
I good location on bench, close In. The
house could not be built today for tho I
' price asked and the lot is worth 51 COO.
I Price 53150. i
Are you In the market for a large home.
'Wo hove several sucli placets In choice lo
Icatlon.i that we can sell at sacrifices.
7purthr particular will be furnished on
E. W. CANNADY
Alhanihra Theater is Next Door
GROCERY store with four rooms, mod
ern residence, on bench. Phone 946-W.
LEVEL !300 ACPJ3R
FOR WHEAT. ALFALFA. LIVESTOCK
lias home, sheds, stable..", springs, granar
ies, running water nnd fine meadow. In
cluding tractor, machinery, some live
stock. Pnv S1C.O0O down, balance 12 year
ly payments. Got mup and facta. We
mlxht rent If you havo enough means for
f-eed, feed and equipment. Wni. H. Brown
& Sons. Hohaon. Judith Basin, Fergus
I Trii-JhK a nt; kjaij JAJttiAir..
22 ACRE beet, hny and general farm;
must b sold quickly and one of the beet
small farms in county. 12 acres beat land.
10 acres paftuic; excellent Improvements;
100 sharer, water. Price 5SO0O.
Eifcht acrea of fruit and hcrrles, 11
shares wator; four room house, barn,
jdieds.-etc.; best buy In Ogdon. Will aub
dlvlde Into 40 larsro lots. Price for quick
sale. $9000. One-half cash, balance 7 per
cent. - -
Five room modern brick bungalow on
bench, close in. cement baaomeni, large
closets, sleeping porch, kitchen cabinet,
all Improvement!! pah), cholco location.
Prlco M650. J2000 cash. 525 per month.
R. G. Agee, or Alfred E. Stratford, base
ment Broom hotel. Phone C9-2304-J.
7 ROOMS house close In. $3000. Can make
7 ROuM apartment house. 5S50.
14 ROu.vI appartmcnt house 'on the bench
lot 72x150, SC500.
6 ROOM modern brick bungalow and 5
room frame. In rear. Lot 57x250. J5200.
Cr.n make terms.
FOR RENT 13 acros good sugar boot
land with 4 room house and barn, for one
year, ' mile from city. Immediate pos
session. W. P. Long1, 2779 Washington.
Phone 431-M. 4031
i To Buy
SECOND-HAND wicker baby buggi in
good condition. Phono 31S4. 1107
h'RESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry.
Will come to your yard to buy. Phono
397-n. Peart Eros.. 3421 Adams avenue,
ogdon. Utah. 3S67
! s K LL V all cars, regardless of condi
I Uon. Auto Salvafio o.. 2348 Grant Ave.
ACCRUED interest plua market prlco lor
liberty beads puld by J. A. Hogle & Co.
LIBERTY Lroeod bought J. J Bruramict,
, Phono S9. 2530
I CLEAN rata wanted at tho Standard
IF YOU have ono cow or car load of cat
tlo or stock pigs for sale, I will drive out,
j try and buy them. Call 2100 evening or
j 704 day time. C, A. Lundqulat. 3C63
i Salesmen jj
MEN WANTED TO SELL GROCERIES
SELLING EXPERIENCE NOT
NEC ESS Alt Y
Ono of world's largest grocers (capital
over ?1.000.000) wants ambitious men In
vour locality to sell direct to consumer
. nationally known brands of an extcnalvo
j line of groceries, paints, roofings, lubrl
I eating oils, stock foods, otc. No capital
, required. Write today. State ace and oc
cupation. John Sexton & Co., 352 W Til 1 -!
nola St.. Chicago. III. ' S3
I IF YOU nro ambitious and havo tho nhll
j Ity to sell goods, sao Mr. Holland at
Glen BroB.-Roberta Piano Co. Only a man
I with automobile need apply. This Is ab
tolutely tho best opportunity any young
man "over had for advancement. Salary
and commission and steady positions to
right party. 4145
jJ Situations j
; GENERAL houscclcanlng. Phone 1016-J
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires po
nitlon. Phone 2592-N-J. 50
HOUSEKEEPING by elderly lady for
widower. Best of references given. An
Ply E. T. 433 Hnrrlck Ave. 4114
WASHING, also blankets and curtains.
Phono 23-R.-4. 4117
WIDOW with one child wishes position
its housekeeper. Box 14. Standard. 4076
I Board and Ropm j
BOARD and room. 2021 Washington avc
Wo are of the opinion that when a
man does ns his friends want him to,
he is a politician.
Female Help J;
GIRL wanted at Grrnwe! ConfecUoncry-
' WRITE rhotopla 5?fi-McO poUl any
'oo for suitable Idf-As. Experience unnec
ry: compIet outline Tree. Producer'
league. tl. St. Lotilf. 3Jo. 2
; LADIES, teachers, or others to travel. 0
werk and axponaes. Broom Hotel. Room
. 1. Urn. Jona. 79
GOOD girl wanted for renornl iwusework; :
good wag; small family. Phone 1179-J.
HH Madioon M
l08fTION as chambermaid; colored
Phone 212. 55
JANITRESS to rlen office rooms four
lda. Apply fc21 Ee-la Buldg. M
EXPFIRIE.NTED candy girl wantel. 49
CHAMBERMAID wanted at Healy hotel.
Apply In person.
AN experienced girl for housework. 432 1
27th utreet. Phone S?0. 4f?3
EXPERIENCED salealadies to sell phono
graphs; good eastern line, good commis
sion. Call 411 Twenty-third street, be
tween 10 and 12 a, m. 3041
FAMILY washing wanted. Phono 2015
DRESSMAKING Uuht to anyone wdiins:
to adpIv thomselvi.'?. See Madam Cat Ian.
Third Hoor. Wright's Store. 9242
GIRLS wanted to .""ew on overalls. Ve
pay while you learn. Only those ho
want steady Jobs need apply. Scmv
croft Manufacturing Co. 5014
MEN Ag" under 55. Experience unnec
eesaary. Travel, make secret Investiga
tion, reports. Salaries, expenses. Write
American Foreign Detective Agency. 6-9
gt. lxils. 93
RAILWAY mall clerks. 5110 month. Ex"
wrience unnecessry. Young men. 17 up
ward, desiring clerkHhlpx. v. rile for freo j
particulars. J. Leonard (former civil
! service examiner) S97 Equitable Bidg.. I
j Washington. D. C. 92 1
1 DETECTIVES wanted. Local or travel.
Immediute employment. South's largest
agency. Exporience not abeolutcly ncces-
j s.iry. No school: good pay. Moss Na
tional Detective Service, Paris. Texas.
I MEN wanted for detective work. Write
' J. Garsor, former Govt, detective. 720 Dan
jvllle. Ills. 4052 ,
! DELIVERY boy wanted. Apply Waoh-1
1 Ingion Mrrket. 4C ,
1 YOUNG man wanted at hakery depart-
, lnent, Cn cnwell Confectionery. 41
, DELIYLI.Y loy wanted Farley Grocery.
Phoyje tS2fi. 2H02 Washington. 14
Y'OQJS'G man experienced on soda foun-j
I tain. , Jvcrns Co.. 2450 Washington. 11 '
'EXPERIENCED salesmen to sell phono-'
graphs on commtsiloh lasis; good propo- !
j sltlon to right parties. Apply 111 Twentv
' third street between 10 nnd 11 a. m. 3942 '
1 CAPABLE and experienced man lo han- '
Idle salesmen rell'.ng on commission; good t
1 proposition for right man. Address P. O.
! P0' 9S. 3943 I
FARM hand who understands care of or- I
chard and handling of fruit. W. B. Wc
doll. 2168 Washington Avenue, 3S30
BEFORE sidling Llburty ba.ids. get prices I
from J. A. Hogle & Co. 2451 I
FURNISHED room for gentleman. 2520
Jftfforeon avenue. 83
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms. 45 Twenty-second. 75
FRONT room in private homo for ono or
two gentlemen. lU-nt. bath. Phono 441 ;
Herrick (Ulntord) avenue. Phone 2001-J. j
FURNISHED room. 343 Twenty-eighth.1
Phone 1302-W. 78 j
FOUR rooms and bath: no children; no
dogj. Call at 739 Twenty-fourth street. !
vest side. Please g-p refenc(. 51
NICE front nlceping1 room for one or two
gentlemen. 2648 Adams. 13
MODERN eight room, well furnished
homo. Address P. O. Box G91. with rof
NICELY' furnished front room, light, heat,
bath and phone. 573 Twenty-fourth St.
- ; - 4136
MODERN room for gentleman, close in
C3 50 per week. References. 2341 Adams
MODERN furnished rooms; modorn tc
jiiec3, two minutes from poatofflce, 2441
Grant Ave, 41C1
FURNISHED sleeping room In private
family on car line. 941 23rd street. 41 1 1
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms, 2S1S
LARGE front room at 612 24th street. 4115
MODERN front room for gentlomen. 240
2Cth St. 40SS
FURNITURE und stovou for sale. 317
30th St. 4057
MODERN sleeping rooms. 333 21 St. 402M
SLEEPING room for gentleman. Phono
909-W. lt'5 Twenty-third. 3795
FURNISHED front room 53 U Twentv
thlrd street. Phone 21S0-M. 3900
2446 Grant Avenue Phone 3050
Modem furnished rooms. Weekly rates.
KOOMS for gentlemen. Phone 18S0.
ACCRUED Interest plU3 morkot once for
liberty bond p&id by J. A. Hoglo & Co
I i Unfurnished
FOUR rooms, furnace heated, with bath
2S85 Wall. pi
THREE-ROOM house, good location near
car. Phone 29-J-4 4105
TWO room apartment $26; three room
apartment. 535; hot water, private bath,
fctoam. Phono 100S-J. 3591
GOOD house for rent. J. J. Brummltt.
Phone 59. 3540
EGGS for hatching. Pure bred Black Mi
norca and Rhode Island Red C39 Sev
onth atrcfct. Phone 2135-M. 7
RHODE Island Reds and Shopard's strain
Ancona eggs, 51-50 octtlng. Phono 357-M
REDS and White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing; also breeding ctock. Call Bramwell
&.VEC1VNt; SSB from heavy laying
Yilt,vi-tcnorn', 51-50 Per 16; 59.00 por
100. Phone 2124-R. 3aip
S?03;11' Rd?t ? and AV- Rocks. Blk
T 1 nu Ao- u 1x1x6 5uff .L-eehorno, Anconas,
Light Brahmas. Cornish Games, W and
Sliver Laced Wyandottes. turkey. duclt
,and goose eggs. See ua for baby chicks
and live poultry. Ask us about it
r WESTERN GRAIN & FEED CO
iHf H. E. Palmer,
FOR No. 1 baby chicks; also Wlnfonl
electric hovers. Phono Astill, 6Q9-1545- '
u2NBThoJ?A?.?-? on Cllt edged sccurl
lian'i Auld l,nd(:r ,rat National
. "anK- 4024
MONEY advanced to salaried peoplo wlth
Othora on furnlturVTnd
, pianos. Eaay weekly or monthly nnv
mMta. Dlx. 227 Colonel Hudson Bulld-
Ing. Phone 284. g787
RwVLPH P HUNTER, established 1883.
.orilKair5. v,oaB'J rcfU crtate. lnxurance.
Utah, Idaho lands; farms and city prop
erty. Persons desiring to loan money
I on good first mortgage security will do
. woll ta consult me. Good applications
always on hand. 431 Twenty.fourth SL
( Ogden. Utah. 310
I MONEY' to loan on Improved real estate.
Kelly & Herrick. 773
MONEY to loan on real estate securities.
J. J. Prummltt. -2l-iy
TO SALARIED people without security:
to olhors on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
227 Hudson building. Phone 2S4 102
j FOR SALE
I Miscellancou j i j
AN A-l mercantile bnalnejji in a good live
town not far from Ogden City Mock of
good clean merchandise fixtures, etc. at'
a reasonable price: long lease on s'tor j
building, dwelling warehouse, etc at a
low prlrr. Thlx bualneaa la now payina
a aniary of 500 per month to thne par- t
tie and a dividend In addition. Thla prop- !
osltion ia well worth your consideration. 1
SMITH & FLINDERS ,
Upatairs, Commercial National Bank
BABY' bod and mattress for aalo. Phone I
l-J. 76 j
HOL'SEHOLD goods, refrigerator, fonthcr 1
.bid. fruit Jars, and other articles. Call!
( rt 2331 Qulncy avenue. 51 J
1 1 SED ARMY MATERIALS FOR SALE
I. S. army khaki cotton shirts repaired
and washed. Grade A 53 dozen or each J
51. U. S. army wool shirts, repaired and ,
wnjhed. claaa A-l 521 dozen or ch 52 25.
Class A. 51S.50 dozen or c-ch 51.73. Blue
and brown denim overall with and with
out aprons 5C0 per 100, 5S.50 dozen or each I
SSc. Khaki cotton breeches, lace bottoms, I
class A, 513.50 dozen or per pair 51.50;
class B. 5.S0 dozen or por pair 95e. Re
dyed overcoats each 514.95, Army russet
j-hoes. new soles and heels. ?39 dozen or
per pair 53. PS, Field and hob nail shoep,
J27 dozen or per pair 52.95. Army 'wool
blankets, C!a-v A, 55.50 each; class B,
J.7.60 each. Army tents 16x16 pyramid
al, fine condition, each $37.50 and 549.50.
Officers' 9x3 wall tents, khaki duck, each
530 and 53"..
ARMY OFFICERS' NEW CLOTHING
The following are now goods of the
very best grade. Officers' mercerized
khaki cotton shirts 527 dozen or each
52.50. Olive drab wool sweaters. $12.50
valuo each 57.95. Sleeveless wool sweat-
crs 57 value each $3.50. Officer's 55
sleeveless wool sweaters, special 52.95.
1 Officers khaki waterproof mackinaws
1535 value, apodal $19.95. Officers' rc-
frlgerators. vhllc enameled lined.
fKo value, apeci-ii $39.95: refr!gratora
$30 value, special 52.95. Officers'
tIS.50 bedding rolls, heavy waterproof
duck, sneclal S7 95 Officer's S9 cloth
ing rolls, special $3.45. Write foj com
plete price list. Terms cash with order.
Inchid". postage If goods are lo be ship
ped via i-orcel poet. Your mon'-y back If
not satisfied. Army Salvage Warehouse
Co., Or jcnvllle, South Carolina. 83
Singer Sewing Machine
JUST ARRIVED Latest models can ho
purchased or rented for S3. 00 a month.
Needles, oil and repairs for all makes.
Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 233S Wash
ington Ave. Phone 2-1. 4113
WHILE thov last. "Horrors of War." 75c.
New 5-ply rubber hose, 15c, Phono 333.
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE.
HARLKY DAVIDSON motorcycle In per
fect condition. Call 2012 Quincy avenue.
WICKER baby carriages Phono C27-.T.
1X24 Grant. 4137
SEED potatoes for sale. Farley's Gro
cery Store. 2C02 Washington. Phone
CHICKEN and duck egpa for setting. Cell
after 4 p. m. 2156 Pacific avenue. 4130
STUDEBAKER light spring wagon, hnlf
price, 565. Guitar and case. $6; piano
stool $1.50. 670 7th street. 4108
BUFFET, table, chairs, carpot, library
table and a piano. Phone 904-J, 2843 Ad
FURNITURE for salo. 2064 Jefferson.
NEW manure spreader and grain drill.
Havo sold farm. Phono 3177-J. 40S1
LARGE rug, eomc small rugs, a sanitary
couch and othor furniture. Call 675 27lh
Street. Phone 2347-M 4075
THREE nearly new child's beds and high
rhalr. Corey Apts . No. 19. 4096
NEARLY new t'niversal Combination gas
and coal range, (it n bargain, 2510 Wash.
Ave.. Ogden, Utah. 4095
FOR SALE My fine phonograph, large
jize, :t6G; must be cold today. Call Mr
Sorensen. Room 202 Healy Hotel. 3972
FOR SALE My fine phonograph, large
size. $S5; must be sold today. Call Mr.
Sorcnaon. Room 202 Healy Hotel. 307!
noon rnnrrria steam mixer, chean 4:'.o
j Croos street. 3863
I FINE grocery stock and lease, well loral-
f-6 on Wasihngion avenue. Kelly & Her
I rick. 3778
jlATE U19 twin llarley Davidson motor
1 eye'o with side enr In perfect condition.
1 Alro twin Exe.Islor for 5100. See clrcula
Uon manager. Ogden Standard. 3776
Deote doublo dl3c sulkcy plow.
' uecd only ono season,
I Ono Solid Comfort singlo plow eulkoy.
I One Jump seat surrey.
, Ono umbrella top buggy,
Ono top grocery delivery wagon.
One light road CArt. all in good con
. dition and newly painted.
Alto othor second hnnd goods.
IVERSON'S SECONDHAND STORE.
1640 Washington Ave.
SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
iC. Ivcreon. 1610 Washincton aM-nu(.
Phono 49. 353a
' FEMALES and guaruntecd slngors. Come
hear Uiem sing. 2220 Lincoln. 2242
! SEVERAL s-ts of new work harness. Og
i den Horse Salo & Commission Co. 3'03
'lOOO tihuros of Capital Petroleum at 2Jc;
a diidcnd paying stock. Phono 2076
MINER'S 'JLiumk and Jrlimituro Storos.
Now and second hand goods bought and
sold and exchanged; highly t prices paid
for oocond hand lurnituro; high giado
trunks and suitcases our specialty. 241
255 Twenty-fifth. Phono 1321. 2976
J. A. HOGl z CO. pay highest prices
in Ogden for Liberty bonds. "450
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; bin
reduction. Gordon's. 211-25 Twcnty-f'f h
j St. Phono 419. 3137
PLOW, seeder, new hose Phono 333
ONE-HALF acre in peaches, nearly lu
trees, $050, cash or terms, or will trnd
for good automobile. 411 24th St. 2333
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO.
2347 Hudson Avenue Telephone 160
Mots touring, 5150
Studcbakcr touring. $300.
Chalmers touring. $350.
Maxwell touring, $375. 96
4-90 Chevrolet. $600. Owner leaving
town. Phono 148S-M. SO
BU1CK light six. late model, fine condi
tion, looks and runs like new. Bargain.
IF. N. Hess, 761 Twenty-fourth. Phone
jlDlS Studebaker touring car in first class
I condition, for sale cheap. See owner at
I 2767 Onuit. 21
BUICK roadster. 1917. four cylinder. In
fine shape. 5650 cash, or will take good
Ford In trade. Phone 2001-J. 17
Chandler 1918 touring. '
Chandler 1917 louring.
Elcar 1917 touring. r 1
WILFONG-GLASMANN CO. ,
2254 Washington Phone 776
FORD tractor. Inquire L Mura 165 j
Twenty-fifth street, 4128 1
NEW 1920 Oakland touring car at ro
duccd price, or will trade. 670 22 street
TWO light Fords (express bodies) ; Max
well touring 5225; Hajuos, Chummy. Sav
ace Motor Co.. 2354 Hudson avenun. 4012
WONDERFUL car for sale, cheap. 2318
WHY' not buy an exchange car? Now is
the time lo buy.
Two Fords, '14 and "IC.
Two Maxwells. '16 and '17.
Ono Chalmers, 6-30.
WEBER-TAYLOR AUTO CO.
2333 Hudson Phono 143
But, in all seriousness, the weather
forecasts would ho good ficUon if they
would only have a happy ending.
Tho soviet doesn't want war,.Lenine
says. Noo! That's a gamo for two.
Gradually we are boing convinced
that while It took .patriotism to pay
for Liberty bonds, it takes more, than
that to pay taxos.
i PERSONAL j
FORMER Montana woman Fount Hnc- '
Jer. looking for husband. Box 3S41. Tort- ,
land. Oregon. 4077 ,
VOL'R future iortod Send dime, birth- ' I
date for truthful, reliable trial reading'
Hazel Haase. Box 21S. Los Angt-lea. Cat 1
MARRY If lonely: for rsulta. try t..e. I
brnt and rnot aueraiiful "Home Makr;"
hundred rich wlh marrisa anon trictly 1
rontidential; mofl rliab1-: years of ex-'
pertenrr: decrlptlona frvc. "The Sue. 1
ersafftl Club." Mrs. Ball. Box B5. Oakland 1
r ressmakjng H i
DRESSMAKING and remodeling, 330
HEMSTITCHING and plcot ede: buttons
and pinking and pleating. Stcorkl floor
Wright's store. Mrs. II Layman. IX
RELIABLE dressmaking, young ladies,
work a specialty. Call Plaza. Apts., 32". .
Phone 220S. 4147 1
LADY'S pockctbook. Orpheum theater.!
Bills Hnd silver. Return to 368 Twenty
fourth street. Reward. 41 16
BLACK leather bill-book containing lodge 1
and identification card3. Return to 403 1
Hudson Bldg. 4033 j
BLACK Moroeco prayer book on Friday. ,
Reward. Phone 3259-W, c (
waJTtei) j I
I Agents $
510 worth soap, perfumes, etc. Free. Ln
casslan Co.. Dept. 401, St. Ixmls. Mo. S-.
WANTED Man with team or auto, who
can give bond to sell 137 Watklna home
land farm products, biggest concern of 1
klnrl In tvnrlrl Slf.nn In Sflfifl vnnrlv Ininmn I
1 Thin county open. Write "today. J. R.'
IWntkins Co.. Dept. 112. Winona. Minn.
' LADY or gentleman ngent wanted in Og
'den for Watkins famous products. Wat
l kins goods known everywhere. Big prof
Jlts. Write today. Watkins Company, 51. 1
I Winona. Minn. 91
J BUSINESS j
GROCERY store with four room modern
residence. On bonch. Phono 915-W. 52
IF Y'OU have 53000 or moro to invest It
will pay vou to investigate. Wo want the
money to onlargo an already established
I business In Ogden. A very attractive
I proposition to tho right party. Address
! Standard. Box S5. 60
WANTED A partner in a good paying
tin shop business. Not a great deal 01
capital required. Good opportunity for
right person who knows this business.
Jackson i Martin Tin Shop. 419 Twcnty
thlrd. Phone 409. 84
I WOULD you Invest $1 a week for ten
j weeks on a chanco to make 1000 or moro?
I Particulars free. No obligation. Whlto
IJ. A. Carlton, Box 676, Fort Worth. Tex.
I CASH and carry grocery store. Owner
leaving town. Three year leaso. Will
sell at invoice price. 630 Twenty-first
street. Photic 983-W. 105
j torHrent 1
'OHIO vacuum cleaner. 51 per day. Phone
1 STORAGE room for rent Call Asbesto
latc Product Co . Phono 1416-W. 367.'
WE take your old range as first payment
i on any new range, or will buy your "id
rango outright. Home F'trnlturo Co. 1672
But then, even if we arc pessimistic,
wo aren't as bad as the fellow who
will kick on Thanksgiving, even.
Advico that you pay for like a doc
tor's -is about the only kind that it
wprthtlcjl0wing,.ta.see wiint it's-woiilh.-
Wood alcohol is the stuff that puts
the jazz into the death march. 1
HE'S TURK TAMER
GElTsiR. GEO. F.MELNE
Goneral Milne Is In charge of
the allied forces who recently oc
cupied Constantinople . and as
sumed control of the posts, tele
graphs and telephones, which
have been temporarily suspended.
j LEGAL NOTICES
I Ogden Petroleum Co.. principal place of
1 business Ogden, Utah.
There are delinquent on the following
described stoclis on account of assess
ment No. 10 levied on the 7lh day of
February, 1920, tho several amounts set
opposite the names of tho respective
share holders, as follows:
Cert. No. Shares A int.
lAHen. E. J 410 1000 $ 5.00
I Brandon, M. H 665 711 3.56
Bybeo. Emma 551 1400 7.00
iBundy. Emily R 106 1000 5.00
Brophy. Leo 351 300 1-50
Clark. Isaac 132 500 2.50
Child. Mrs, C. C 637 6000 30.0C
Child. C. C 462 2000 10.00
Cady. E. 165 1000 5.00
Dye. S. G 178 2000 10.00
Do Mlk, W. G 226 1500 7.50
Dodson, Margarot ...107 1779 S.S9
Doyle, A, B 750 750 3.75 1
Eggleston, Harry .,..170 COO 2.60
Francis. Frank 20 4000 20.00 i
Fcnn. Homer E 40 1000 5.00!
SFoulgcr. Joseph 382 1000 5,00,
Farr, Ralph ,.472 1000 5.00
Farr, C. L ..354 500 2.50
Farr. C, L 631 400. 2.00
Grant. C 606 1000 5.00
Hess, G. R 234 1000 5.00
Hess. G. R 311 BOO 2.501
Hunter. G. F. 214 600 2.G0
Halverson, Goo 324 1000- 5.00 I
Ilalveraotii Geo 366 1000 5.00 j
Hulvorson. Oco 367 600 3.00'
Hulvcrson, Geo 377 1000 5.00
Halvcrson, Geo 515 500 2.50
Hfljvcrson, aco 530 200 1.00
Honor, Arthur 664 500 2.50
Ivlna. L. H 215 100 .60
Ivlns, L H. 218 100 .50
Jensen. David 47 1000 5.09
Jensen, David 325 3000 15.00
Johnson, Elmer 570 250 1 25
Jones. M. E 201 200 1.00
Miller. F. , S. :.' 264 4000 : . '20.00
Mojgarson. F. R 417- 500 2.50
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LEG AL NOTICES
McCormlck. J. L 394 1000 G.00
Peterson, Ezra M. ... 65 3000 15.00
Plerson. C. A 399 100 .50
Plorson. C. A- 420 . 30(M 15.00
Pierce. I. K' 185 500 2.50
Pldcock, J. W 550 1500 7.60
Pruett. L 643 12500 62.50
Pructt, L 668 500 2.50
Perkins. W. A 522 1000 10.00
Porklns. W. A 553 500 2.50
Pructt, Ed 463 2000 10.00
Pruott. Ed 617 500 2.50
Piers, Ebcr F 513 500 2.50
Richards. I . L 212 333 1.66
Richards. I. L 213 333 1.66
Royle. A. H. 386 2500 12.50
Roylc, A. H 389 2500 12.50
Royle. A. H 290 2500 12.50
Sorenson, Nels C 57 2000 10 00
Swanson. E. P 321 500 2.50
Sullivan. M 207 20 .10
Smith, Robt 211 334 1.C9
Saylor,- W. B 301 17S .89 !
Thomas. Bculah ....189 250 1.25 1
Thomas. Beulah 200 250 1.25
Toombs, J. M 404 2600 12.60
Thomas. E. H 627 2000 10.00
Wheelwright, J. L ...16S 600 2.30
Walker. Mary L. ....174 500 2.50
Wilson, W. B 626 317 1.5S
And In occordanco with law so many of
each parcel of such stock as may be nec
essary will bo sold at tho offlco of tho
said company, No. 360 Twenty-fourth
street. Ogden, Ut.'th, on tho 3rd day of
April, 1920, at the our of noon to pay
the delinquent assessments, together with
the cost of advertising and expenso of
A. L. G LAS ! LYNN,
P. S. Tho above delinquents are pay
able to the assistant secretary-treasurer,
J. R. Hlnchcllff. at tho Plngreo National
Bank, on or before tho above mcntlonod
I date. 3002
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
Estate of James Francis Crosblo, De
ceased. The petition of Helen Aird Crosblo, for
Issuance of letters of administration of
j tho above entitled estate to Matlhow A.
Gait, In tho abovo entitled matter has
j been. SQt. for hearing before Hon. A. W.
Agae, judge, on Monday, the 6th day of
April. 1920. at two (2) o'clock p. in., at
the county court house, in the court room
of said court, In Ogden City, Weber Coun
ty. Utah. ,
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 24th day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk.
Chez & Barker, Attorneys for Petitioner.
Estate of Daniel William Clark, Deceased.
The petition of Annlo Clark for the Is
suance of lottcrs of administration to Jo
seph B. Clark, In tho abovo entitled mat
ter, haa been sot for hearing before Hon.
A. E. Ii att. Judge, on Monday, tho 5th
day of April, 1920, at ten (10) o'clock a,
in., at tho county court house. In tho
court room of said court, In Ogden City,
Weber County, Utah
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 24th day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clork.
Joseph E. Evans, Attorney for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District, in and for the County of
Wober. Slate of Utah.
In the Matter of the Estato of Frank
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to the undersigned administra
tor at the law offices of Messrs. Chez &
Burker, at rooms 400-401- 102-103 First
National Bank building. Ogden, Utah, on
or before the 10th day of May. 1920.
T. L. PASS, Administrator,
Chcs & Barker. Attorneys for Administrator
Estato of Emma A. Richardson, Deceased.
Tho petition of Eaiio Clark Richardson
for probate of will and for Issuance of
letters testamentary In Ihc above onttltlcd
estate to Ernest T. Richardson, tho per
son named In the last will and testament
of said deceased as executor thereof, in
tho abovo entitled matter has boon set for
hearing boforc Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge,
on Monday, the fifth day of April, 1920,
at ten (1) o'clock a. m. at tho county
court hou- lit the court room of said
court. In Oi,"dcn City, Wober County,
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2ith day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk.
Chez Sz Barker, Attorneys for Petitioner.
Estate of John P. Vemieuwc. Deceased.
The petition of Mario Vornieuwe, for
tho Issuance of letters of administration
to Ollies Vernlouwo, In tho above entitled
matter, has been set for hearing before
Hon. A. W. Agee, Judge, on Monday, the
fifth day of April. 1920, at lvo (2) o'clock
p. m., at the county court house, in the
.ourt room of said court, In Ogvlen City,
Wober County. Uluh.
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 21th day of
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk.
By Agnes Smith, Deeputy Clerk,
Joseph E. Evans, Attorney for Petitioner.
I ALIAS SUMMONS
; In tho District Court of Weber County.
State of Utah.
! Violet Stanflold, Plaintiff, vs. Victor
! The State of Utah to said defendant:
, Y'ou are heroby summoned to appear
within twenty days after sorvlco of this
Summons upon you. If served with tho
County In which thin action Is brought;
otherwise within thirty days after servlco
nnd defend tho nbovc entitled action;
I and in case of your falluro so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you,
I according to the. demand of the complaint.
I which has been filed with the Clerk of
' said Court.
This action is brought to recover a
Judgment dissolving tho marriago con
tract now and hitherto existing between
you und plaintiff, and for the care and
cuntody of the minor child and iouo of
said marriago and named Viola Stanfield,
T. R. O'CONNOLLY.
P. O. Address 369 24 th street, O"don.
First publication 27th day of March,
mttui jiauTTHH.ni wnnim awai j. 1 mMM
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. H
Sealed bids will be received by thi ! HHJ
Board of Education of Ogden City, Utah ; HHJ
at Room 308, Colonel Hudson building - ' HH
Ogden, Utah, until S o'clock p. m., Mon- H
day. April 12. 1920 for labor and material! , . HJ
In connection with excavations and con- H
cretc foundations required for a part 01 HH
tho Washington school which tho said "j H
board proposes to orect fn Ogden. Utah ; HJH
Bidders may obtain drawings and spec!- 47 HJH
flea Hons as required to prepare bids foi H
this work at the office of Leslie S. Hodg- HHJ
son and Myrl A. McCIenahan, Architects, mmm
Room 829 Eccles building-, Ogden. Utah. Hl
All labor must be performed and all ma- HH
tcrlals furnished and placed as required LH
to complete the work under tho contract lwH
In strict accordance to tho drawings and HJ
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tlon of tho architects, HJ
Tho board reserves the right to reject I mm
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must accompany each bid. and tho check HJ
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ed In case ho falls or refuses to enter Into' HH
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required by tho board. y ' HH
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cr tilings, a stipulation that at least twen- ; HJ
ty por cent of the contract price may bo j HH
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Mor maiki Brai ' H
$1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH HH
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ANYTHING New or Old HH
ANY'THING A to Z new or . old HH
bought, sold or Iraded. Phono 333. ,'NbI
BOOKS AND STATIONERY I !
Bramwol! Book and Stationery. 2362 I HH
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 2055 1 HHJ
Utah Natltonal Bank, southeast comer HH
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phone 0L HJ
COUNSELOR -AT- LAW HH
T. R O'Connolly. Ogden. Utah. Legal HH
advice by mall. Wrlto mo tho facts. HJ
Phono 393. HH
CARPET CLEANING ' j H
K. an Kampcn for upholstering, ? HJ
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Rdma i ! HH
of mattrcsso3. Phono 2752-J. j 1 i MM
Expert carpot doanhig, mattress r, Z i I mmm
vatlng, upholstering, and springs HH
stretched. Call E. J. Hampton j ' HH
I'Calhcr renovating Phono 25SG-AV. I HH
CHIROPRACTOR ( HH
,2.w,c,n w- HaJversnn, D. C, Res. phono 1 , mmm
1086-W. 701-702 Eccles Building. I r 1 HHJ
DENTISTS 1 1 HHJ
The Now Method Dontlsts aro special- I HHJ
lsts in all branches of Dentistry. 2163 HHJ
Washington Avoj 2203 HHJ
DRAIN TILE FOR SALE mm
1 iptcrmountaJn Concrete Co. Twcntloth mmm
onrdo Lln,coln Avc" Osiea, Utah. Phones HHJ
2068 and 4S7. 2310 HHJ
ENGRAVING ' '!
Ogden Engraving Scrvico Co . makers ,HH1
of flno cuts in one or moro colors. 416 mmm
Twenty-fourth street. Phono 463. - 1HH
FIRE INSURANCE w" ' 'H
Charles Etsonberg. Phono 1859-J. Cal- H
cdonlan r.nd Michigan Commercial Stand- HHJ
ard Insurance. 1575 t'HHl
HAY AND QRaTn ,111
Hai. grain nnd poultrj' feed. Boll Bros. . ,'HHj
ol Twenty-third street. Phono 2S45. 57c iHHJ
' 2100 1 . HHJ
HIDES, WOOLS, FURS ' .
O. M. Runyan. 2269 YVall Avo., pays , 1 HHJ
top prices. Phono 7S1-W. 162S, I HHJ
JUNK AND HIDES HHJ
Western Hldo & Junk Co., 2323 Wash- S H
ington Avo. Phono 861. I HH
Ogden Junk House, 2059 Washington H
Avo. Phono 210. HJ
LAWN MOWER- HHV
Lawn mowors sharpenod and over- '
hauled. Hudson Repair Shop. 2469 Hud- IH
son avenuo. Phono 734-.T. HHJ
KEY FITTING HHJ
Key fitting' and lock repairing, safo HHI
opening nnd combinations set. Hudson HHJ
Repair Shop. 2469 Hudson. Phono 734-J, H
PAPER CLEANERS L-W
KALSOMJNB or paper cleaning. Phon 'HHJ
29-R-ll. 4097 H
PRINTING J -WM
When in need of printing come and seo p HHJ
Dec Prlntory. 2428 Hudson avenuo. Phone f ; HHJ
792-M. 1594 I !
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I HH
Dr. A. Fernlund. offico hours 10 to 4 1 HHI
p. in Nev,' Pccry Bldg., Hudson Ave. HHJ
Res. Phono 0.40. Office phono 1900-W. j HHJ
RADIATORS REPAIRED H
Factory equipment for repairing wreck- HH
cd, bent, leakv or twisted radiators. Og- HH
den Auto Radiator Co.. 2329 Hudson Ave. HHI
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS H
Willard Kay. real estato and loans. HH
2171 Washington Aye. Phono 109. 1S74 HHJ
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools HJJ
and toilets cleaned. John Chipp & Co. HHI
Phono 822. 234S Hudson Ave. 9732 HHJ
SANITARY WORK f LmW
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub..; S HHJ
blah hauled. Phone 020. ', ft HHJ
Good public stenographer. Federal V H
Land Co,, 416 Twenty-fourth. 36-12. HHJ
TAXI SERVICE LmW
Taxi soclco Phone 84 for taxi. Closed HHJ
cars only. ,'2743 IHH
TENTS AND AWNINGS HHI
Ogdon Tont &. Awning Co. Manufac- V , HHJ
Hirers of high grado store, offico and Mm-m
resident awnings. Waterproof covers. 1 HH
bags. etc. Anything in canvas. 2263 V HB
Washington Avo Phone 266. 1324 HHJ
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Trunk and bag repairing, round cor- 'HHJ
nor from Standard. GaJluchcr's, 2373 Hud- HHJ
Dr. Bundy. Veterinarian. Phono 828 HHJ
679-M. 3838 HHJ
Expert window and wall paper cleaning HHJ
anywhero. Amorlcan Window Cleaning. HHJ
Phone 563. 2370 Washington Avo. HHJ
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