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f" THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ' TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 11
i III r forIsauT I
u iMf'm TO nmkc immediate sale. 6 loom frame
l lHl house, lot 64xl9S feel. $1500. $100 down.
rR I balance $20 a month. 2155 "Wall avcmij
Ittffil ONE acre, well located north of Ogden
rycr; 'oot, water right. Terms. M.
It ft I Show. 413 Twenty-fourth street. Phones
1 I IbO.T nnd 2S77-J. 205
l $oooo roo:n brIc'' modern, paved street,
I 1 H Elg'hl room hriclc. modern. $0400.
Bj 1 'M Five room brick, garage, chicken house,
I strictly modern sleeping porch. $7500.
? ' Flyo room brick, modern, S4700.
I I 1 000 harsains for from ?2G00 to $30.-
I I Phono 2023. 2731 Madison avenue. 1SS
I I JlOR SALE IX POCATELLO VATLET.
I j The little granary of the west, where 40
I and 50 bushels of Turkey Red wheat per
I ' M are in common. I have 320 acre farm for
I 5 at $25 per acre, all fenced. Improvo-
I mcnts:
! Four room house worth,.... 5 500
It 2n cistern 50 j
rJHfli Wagon and water tank 1000 ;
is lM One sot harrows 35
f M One wagon 23 j
H , One almost now John Dcorc two-way i
mm ' plow , 100
V One two-way dick plow , 50 ,
One bond plow lo .
HI Also five work horses, each 1 25 ;
. Harness for fi horses' 100!
il $igoo ;
Hi This farm has 75 acres in Turkey Red j
wheat, about 35 acres lo summer fallow,
HJ 125 ncrc3 to break, 10 acres cut for hay,
MM bnlnnrA In nnatnen I
II 1 !) This farm and all can be bought for
I WM 59500. 53000 down. $6500 at 6 per cent in
I mm teresl. and half of the crop raised on the
I JEJ place to be paid each year on the princl
I mm nal until paid in full, and in caso of crop
I jM failure you pay only the interest. Tlite
I IB) farm ia a bargain. It produced last year
I HH 1600 bushels of Xo. 1 Rod wheat and this
mm vear prospects are much better Don't
I WM miss Ibis bargain. Tf interested write E.
mm J. Norman, Parwdiae. Utah. 174
lH THREE room house. Phono 2171-W. 151
fflff TWO eight room brick houses on Twen
mm ty-second and Reeves avenue, also corner
UI lot 116xllS feet, by owner. Phone 307G.
imea FIVE room modern brick, corner, close in
on bench and oar line, 5A basement and
II; mPJ jraregc. All window shades and electric
4 ffir fixtures. A positive snap at $4600.
J Kjj-s Eight room modern frame, close in on
I IF i bench and car line. Lot 60x132; will re
ft pi $""00 '100j casn; p00'J terrns on balance.
' Five room fully modern brick buna
If I low, hardwood floors and borders; tiled
I) f l , bath room, brick i.nd glared in sleeping
I , porch, all built-in features, shades and
i Y. electric fixtures, full basement, furnucc
if heat, cemented driveway, close to car
BP ' line and school: one of the neatest and
Hi M 1,est homes in Ogden. Vz cash, terms on
1"? roi balance, $7000. , , ,
' 14 acres land. 5 room house, chicken
i, ' house, hof house. 2 "lowing wells. 2
. acres pasture, l'fc acres alfalfa, some
small fruit, balance best tomato and beet
land; within 3 miles of city. h cash,
j terms on balance. $4,500.
I 90 acres land. 60 acres under cultlva-
i . ' tlon, small house and cellar, spring
J water, 12 acres wheat. 5 acres alfalfa, bai-
j anceg rain and pasture land. Close to
i I 1 Ogden on main road; cash, terms on
balance. Only $7500,
Call at office. I
I j. a. Mcculloch i
I Under First Natl. 3ank 3S24
I
j I HANDSOME NEW MODERN HOME.
Of ?ix rooms: all hardwood floors, gum
II f nnd enamel finish; buffet kitchen, break-
1 fast alcove; mantel nnd book cases: fur
I nace heat; cement basement, all parli-
B n tioncd off: the classiest home of Its size
fl y In city. Located 1371 Twenty-fifth.
if?, ' 1 l Four room frame house on bench.
Ov U well located ..$3500
mmMmfi'." Cl' Seven room frame house on bench.
HHfl4 1i yiS upper Twenty-fourth $3500
mwm9 Six room modern brick residence on
mml bench ,..$6000
mmmmii Twelve room doublo brick house on
kmmm . bench $S00
mmmi , Ton room double brick house, strlct-
H . ly modern 5? 000
J ( KELLY & MERRICK
mUmV BEAUTIFUL lot with large raspuerry
Hfi S,?tch nnd yunP hearing fruit trees. 53C
Hf I I HAVE several very desirable modern
n I b.omcs for sale at reasonable prices.
1 Would like to have you call and sco
Also one of the best farms In Weber
1 county, suitable for growing1 any kind ot
1 "Large orchard, good house, barn and
Hb garage, good water rights, purest spring
Hl water on promises.
1 1 I. N. PIERCE
1 - Room 502 Eccles Phone 425
j ' FIVE room modern new frame, sduth part
i i I of city, on paved street, 53800. Phone
i 225-W or 2212. 12
HI I , MODERN four room framo bungalow with
fij! ' glass in sleeping porch. 32S1 Lin;"
HI fwvenuc. 413
W iyA ACRES land with water right; four
H&i i room frame house in good condition For
k fiuick sale will sacrifice $200. 192 West
Mp Twentieth after 5 p. m. b
Rlf SIXTEEN acres on Twelfth street, with
w good five room house. Six acres In fruit.
HR; water right for hair of the land. ?o000.
ffjt Terms to suit. Will consider a trade for
ip residence. J. J. Brummitt. 2417 Mudon
lf FOR CASH, large comer lot close in on
fff bench Two large frame houses on lot;
Mwj. $4700. Phone 2746-R. "
li CHOICE building lots on North "Washlng-
l' ton: newly paved street; we furnish mon-
H: -c to build. Also choice cheap lots, close
' to paved streets; easy terms; no paving
tax. W. B. Wcdcll, 2168 Washington.
HK 3715
HE NIFTY 'our room modern brick home on
, the bench, at a bargain. Thos. Auld, un
dor First National Bank. Phono 301. 3t..3
I B'JRLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
V WE have a large list of Irrigated farms
for salo or trado. Write or see WONES
I GRISWOLD INV. CO-. Burlcy, Idaho
I 156 ACRES of farm land near Promoc-
H tory, fully equipped with stock and tools.
HI Residence, stable, spring for domestic uao
nnd early water for irrigation. This
H would make a choice grain farm. Can
fl take a home In Ogden as part payment,
Jb J47E0. W. B. Wcdcll. 246S Wash Av032
H y EIGHT beautiful building lots, rear of
JJ 550 Twenty-second street. Call 3123-R.
HI J ' .Residences 265S Monroe. 30S9
H BY 0NER Five-room brick home;
H modern except heat, excellent location;
yp, call at 2S11 Adams Ave. Phono 22-,-
UI ' WE BUY. SELL1 and exchange forma.
mm ranches, houiica and city property. Sco
j ii8 boforo .vou sell or buy. Smith .t
FlUidera Co., up ctairs, Commercial DI
H IT WILL pay you to see us about good
H - ) farms, loans, city residences and lots,
Phono 1876. Porter Realty Co. 2374
. , Washington Ave, Basement- List with
'. SDC-room nrlcic noust. z oiocrs from
3),' 1 i Wash, od bench, with chicken run and
Hi;- garajre. Sdrp at S2K50. Terms at No. 411
Mil ' ' , 34th Strawy 23 F 4
. ! ' j MODERN home; canaries, rabbits. Phono
a ! ! . BY OWNER Small bungalow, full basc-
I II' i I mont, largo lot. part ca6h, cas terms on
I W3L, ' balance. A bargain: am leaving town
1 L j J. B. Brown, corner Grant and Franklin.
I ml BY OWNER Five room modern house
I; I 2625 Harriaon. Phono 2437-.I. 73
I7I i BY OWNER Partly modern home of five
-m ' lerge rooms, closoi.1?. pantry, screened
t I 1 porch, large lot, fruit trees and flowers
fi jJ f ( Call 1339 Capitol Avnnuo. 71
jf I t APARTMENT house for sale. One of the
' neatest and beat built apartment houses
l&T I !n Ogden. If you have $6000 and mean
1 ijtffl ! hmlnefp. Se Thos. Auld, under First
If 7 1 National bank. 38
! STOCK RANCH
V'T I , i36 "crcs grain and alfalfa land, under
j J irrigation. In northeastern Utah. Small
1 house, store building, domestic water, on
y&E' state hlgiway. 100 head of rattle, 12
ViW ! r.orsos. all kinds of machinery to run the
-i t(t it Pace Included. Owner of ranch b in this
v 1 cjtv and on account of ill health will Hac-
4 .rlfico. Price $30,000. Half cash. Will lake
A frc-mR clear Ogden property In trade, Thos.
' A-uld. under Flrat National Bank. 90
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm 'mB
j FOR SALE Real Estate j
TEN room modern hrfck, three room
apartment on bench, paved street, car
j line. Phone 2347-J. 20C
FOUR room, brick house, completely fur
nlshed. $3500 p. p; l3o. 395. 216
1 13-ROOM modern house, fbll basement.
1- large sleeping porches, 4 apartments;
also 7-room brick house with barn, or-
rhard and g-nrden adjqlnlng. on bench.
Terms reasonable, Jnqnlrc 2642 Monroe
Ave, 3-7-lmo
10-ROOM modern brick with 3-room
apartment, on bench, paved street and
car line. Phone 2347-.f. 3-21-3w
3-ACRE. C-room modern houfe. chicken 1
nupply, mixed fruit. Phone 2SS9-W. j
3-2 1-1 mo ,
5-ROOM modern; furniture, piano. Sec 1
owner, 62S 22nd street, Phone 2333
3-24-lmo '
o-ROOf modern brick bungalow, hard- !
wood floors, fireplace and aH modern con- j
vcnlcnces. This house is only a half block
from car llnr on bench. If you are looking
for a real cozy home, cull 3169-R. 3-13-tf 1
FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
by 170 -feet. to alloy: will rell this lot for
$390; cash or torma to suit. If Interested
In a good buy, call 3169-R. 3-13-tf
HOMES, farms, ranches end loans. Let us,
show you. Ogden R. E. & r51dg. Co.. 2t3S
Washington Ave. Phono 37S; under Postal ,
Telegraph Co.
STOP1 LOOK! CONSIDER!,
WHEN buying or selling property, call on
W. L. Porter Really Co.. basement 2371,
m uoiijiif,ion jve. rnonc o-j-mm
G-. E. M REALTY
2375 Hudson Avenue
Phone 1037
63 acre farm. 35 acres pasture. 30 acres
good land, water from the Davls-Wcbcr
J canal.
100 acres in Liberty, Ogden valley. SO
acres under cultivation, cash and terms.
20 acre farm about ton miles from
city. $3700; part cash and the balance on
easy terms.
50 acre pasture. $2500; small payni-.it
down, balance at a low rate of interest.
7 ?cres In town, a good up to date mod
ern house, chlekon runs for 2000 chickens,
all kinds of fruit.
A modern 5 room brick house. 2 blocks
from Washington on the bench. $1500.
I Cash and. terms.
j 200 acre farm in Idaho, irrigated land.
100 shares of water righU $11,000. $3000
cash and the balance at 3 per cent. Time
five years.
I have many other good bargains in
city property and farms. Call and see.
MRS. NETTIE ECCLES
G. E M. REALTY
. 2375 Hudson Avenue
Phone 1037
GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
416 24th St. Phone 115
4-Room Modern,
Enclosed sleeping porch, cement base
ment, mantle, built-in features, barn,
chicken coops, lot 50 frontage, in south
part of town. $2500.00; terms.
4-Room Modern Brick
Bungalow, practicallv new. fireplace,
built-in bookcases, lot 40x132 feet, in
good location. $3600.00; easy terms.
6-Room Modern Erlck
Close In. on south Washington Ave..
. 3 bedrooms, den. full basement, has gas
riped up stairs and down, good lot and
chicken coops. House has cast front
age. $4500.000; terms.
One Acre Peach Orchard.
Has variety of other fruits and five-
good wator svstem. 1-2 mile from tho
city. 5-i500.00: terms.
5-Room New Bungalow.
Located on the bench, has enclosed
sleeping porch, furnace, hardwood floors,
gum-wood finish, built-in features, ga
rage, lot 47x125 feet, $6S00.0rt; terms.
GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
416 24th St. Phone 115
4092
GROCERY store with four rooms, mod
ern residence, on bench. Phone 915-W.
61
THESE ARE REAL 3ARGAINS
22 ACRE beet, hay and general farm;
must be sold quickly and one of the best
small farms In county. 12 acres best land,
10 acres pasture; excellent Improvements;
100 shares water. Price $S000.
Eight acres of fruit and berries, 11
shares water; four room house, barn,
sheds, etc.; best buy in Ogden. Will sub
divide into 40 large lots. Price for quick
sale. $9000- One-half cash, balance 7 per
cent.
Five room modern brick bungalow on
bench, close in. cement basement, large
closets, sleeping porch, kitchen cabinet,
all Improvements paid, cholco location.
Price $4650. $2000 cash, $25 per month.
R. G. Agce. or Alfred E. Stratford, base
ment Broom hotel. Phone 69-2304-J. 1
3893 !
7 ROOMS house close In, $3000. Can make
terms.
7 ROOM apartment house. $850.
14 ROOM nppartmcnt house on the bench
lot 72x150, $6500.
5 ROOM modern brick bungalow and 5
room frame in rear. Lot 57x250. . S5200.
Can make terms.
FOR RENT 13 acres good sugar beet 1
land with 4 room houso and barn, for one
, vear. V- mile from city Immediate pos
session." W. P. Long-. 2779 Washington.
Phone 431-M. 4031
WANTED 1
To Buy
WANTED to buy from owner. 10 to 20 1
acre farm within seven miles of Ogden. I
Box B, Standard. 209 ;
WE BUY, raise, and sell fur-bearing rub- j
bits and other fur-bearing animals. List ,
what you have with us. stating your low- I
est prices on large lot shipments The
Fur & Specialty Fanning Co.. 515-517 N.
P. Avenue.. Fargo. N. D. 212
SECOND hand concrete mixer, gasoline
i power. Reply Tel. 1550-J. 199 I
1 1 HAVE cash customers for 4 and 5-room I
, modern homes. Price, must be right. Thos.
. Auld, under First National Bank. Phone
. 301 3-31-lw ,
1 WE have ca3h customers for desirable
! city and farm lands. List your property
with reliable people. Kelley & Herrlck.
2-6-tf
WILL buy from owner, four or five room
house. Address 2643 Monroe. 155
FRESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry.
'Will com' to our yard to buy. Phone
12597-R. Peart Bros., 3421 Adams avenue. I
I Ogden. Utah. 3S67
j WE BU all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvago .o., 234S Grant Ave.
t 3107
j CLEAN rubs wanted al thu Standard
I office.
I ATTENTION
IF YOU have one cow or car load of cat
tle or stock pigs for sale, 1 will drlvo out,
to' and buy them. Call 2100 evening's or
704 day time. C. A. Lundaulst. 3663
WANTED j
Salesmen
IF YOU are ambitious and have the abil
ity to sell good8, see Mr. Holland at
Glen Bros.-Robcrta Piano Co. Only a man
with automobile need app1 This Is ab
solutely the best opportunity any young
man evor had for advancement. Salary
nnd commission and steady positions to
right parly. 4145 i
j WANTED I
Situations
WANTED work, prefer farming 2314 '
Grant. 202 1
LET Us do your plowing; large tracts a
specialty. Phono ll-J-3 194
GENERAL houseclcanlng, Phone 1016-J,
58
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires po
sltion. Phone 2592-N-.I. 50
1 HOUSEKEEPING by elderlv lady for
; widower. Beat of references givoh. Ap
ply E. T.. 438 Merrick Ave. 4114
j foFrent I
I Miscellaneous j
FOR RENT A little store for tailor shop
1 or office. Reasonable vent. For Informa
tlon. gee Guaranty Mortgage Co. 3-30-tf
OHIO vacuum cleaner, $1 per clay. Phone
3148. 12
STORAGE room for rent. Call Asbesto
lato Products Co., Phono 1416-W. 367S
Abplntbe drinking was introduced in
j Fiance in 1847 by soldiers who had
j learned in Algiers to mix It with wine
I to keep off fever.
jj WANTED
! YOUNG girl for general housework: fam
I lly of two. Telephone 1726. 187
KITCHEN woman wanted at the Virginia
Hotel. 4-1-lw
I EXPERIENCED and inexperienced help,
$10.S0 to $18.00 per week: S hours per day.
. Union Pacific Railroad Laundry. 6-21-tf
.1. A. IT OGLE & CO. pay highost prices In
Ogden for Liberty Bonds.
' CHAMBERMAID at Reed Hotel. 160
I YOUNG girl for housework. Must go
;homc nights. Phone 31C1-R. 2641 Hud
' son. 164
I EXPERIENCED candy girl wanted. Or-
pheum Candy Co. 49
LADY housekeeper by man with chil
dren. In country. Addrcso Box 35, care
Standard. 316
WRITE photoplays. $25-$300 paid any
one for suitable Ideas. Experience unncc
sary; complete outline free. Producers'
League. 691. St. Louis. Mo. 90
GOOD girl wanted for general housework;
good wages: small family. Phone 1479-J.
2404 Madison. 50
POSITION as chambermaid; colored.
Phone 232. 55
JANITRESS to clean office rooms four
days. Apply 621 Ecclea Buldg. 59
AN experienced girl for housowork, 432
27th .street. Phone S90. 4098
EXPERIENCED salesladies to sell phono
graphs; good eastern lino, good commis
sion. Call 411 Twenty-third street, bc-
lu'nnn 1fl n,,l in n ii flOJ 1
I FAMILY washing wanted. Thono 2015
at 3708
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone wining
to apply themselves. See Madam Cai lau.
Third floor. Wright's Store. 9242
GIRLS wanted to eew on overallw. We
i pay while you learn. Only those vho
want steady Jobs nee.d apply. Scow
croft Manufacturing Co. 5014
LwwJfe Jffis J
BIG opportunity. Wanted two live wires
to canvass Og'dcn; something new; big
salary. Call Glen Hotel, 6 to S:30 p. m.
Ask for Mr. Ncilscn 193
CONCRETE contractors wanted to make
bids on Job., Cull 1365-W. 183
A YOUNG man, over 24 years of age. to
sell our 7 per cent savings; good salary
and excellent opportunity for advance
ment. Apply to J. H. Andrews, secretary,
the Guarantee Mortgage Company, 416
24th St.
LEARN actual auto repair, vulcanzing.
Los Angeles Y. M.C. A. Auto School.
ll-l-1mo
BOY for all day or afternoon work. Buch-mlllor-Kaplan
Co. 170
RAILWAY mail clerks, $110 month. Ex
perience unnecessary. Young men, 17 up
ward, desiring clerkships, write for free
particulars. J. Leonard (former civil
service examiner) S97 Equitable Bldg.i
Washington, D. C. 92
DELIVERY boy wanted. Farley Groccr.
Phone 1626. 2602 Washington. 14
EXPERIENCED salesmen to sell phono
graphs on commission basis; good propo
sition to right parties. Apny 411 Twenty-
.l.i.-j in kal 11 ion
j CAPABLE and experienced man to han
dle salesmen selling on commission; good
I proposition for right man. Address P. O.
! Box 9$. 3943
FARM hand who understands caro of or
chard and handling of fruit. W. B. Wc
dcll. 246S Washington Avenue. 3820
FORRENT 1
Furnished
NICELY furnished front room; light,
heat, bath and phone. 573 Twenty-fourth
street. 204
TWO rooms for housekeeping. 2422 Ad
ams 20S
NICELY furnished rooms; use of bath
and telephone; gentlemen preferred. 2672
Madison avenue. 211
TWO partly furnished rooms. Inquire
Room 0. 2468 Washington. W. B. Wedell
214
THE C. J. Adams homo at Rivcrdale for
the summer. Tel. 42-R-l. 197
LARGE elegantly furnished room for one
or two gentlemen. 2549 Madison avenue.
201
I TWO housekeeping1 rooms. 2032 Monroe
avenue. Phon- 3261-J. 173
ONE or two housekeeping apartments.
$20 and $30 per month. 2563 Grant. Phono
1265-J. 161
ROOM suitbable for two gentlemen. 2606
Adams. Phone 91 or 3108-R, 152
TWO housekeeping apartments. Two
rooms, reasonable rent. 22521. Washing
ton. ' 111
FURNISHED room for gentleman. 2520
Jefferson avenue. S3
FRONT room in private home for one or
I two gentlemen. Heat, bath. Phone 441
Herrlck (BInford) avenue. Phono 2001-J.
77
Kl'RNlSHED room, 343 Twenty-eighth.
Phono 13Q2-W. 78
FURNISHED apartment. 2571 Lincoln.
8
NICE front sleeping1 room for one or two
gentlemen. 2648 Adyms. 13
MODERN eight room, weU furnished
home Address P. O. Box 691, with ref
erence. 4138
NICELY furnished front room, light, heat,
bath and phone. 573 Twenty-fourth St.
4136
MODERN furnished rooms; moderate
prices, two minutes from postofficc, 2446
Grant Ave. 4104
FURNITURE and stoves for sale. 317
30th St. 4057
MODERN sleeping rooms. 333 24 St. 4029
SLEEPING room for gentleman. Phone
90D-W. 165 Twenty-third. 3795
FURNISHED front room. 530 Twenty
thlrd street. Phono 2130-Af. 3900
GATES HOTEL
2446 Grant Avenue Phone 3050
Modern furnished rooms. Weekly rates.
371S
ROOMS for gentlemen. Phono 1880.
3716
FOFSALE
Poultry and Egg
I HAVE on hand Barred Rocks, R. I.
Red3 and Brown Leghorns. If you want
bubv chicks order at onco from R. A.
Seager, phone 2S52-J or call at 3137 Jef
ferson after 6:30. 163
EGGS for hatching. Pure bred Black Ml
norca and Rhode Island Red. 639 Scv
enth street. Phono 2135-M. 7
RHODE Island Reds and Shcpard's strain
Ancona og-gs, $1.50 setting. Phone 357-M.
3934
REDS and White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing; also breeding 3tock, Call Bramwell,
1416-J. ; 3922
HATCHING eggs from heavy laying
White Leghorns, $1.50 per 15; $9.00 per
100. Phone 2124-R. i 3910
EGGS It, I. Reds. B. and W. Rocks. Blk.
Mln W. B. and Buff Leghorns. Anconas,
Light Brahmas, Cornish Games, W. and
Silver Laced Wyandottcs. turkoy, duck
and goose eggs. See us for baby chicks
and live poultry, Aak us about II.
WESTERN GRAIN & FEED CO.
3627 IT. E. Palmer.
HATCHING eggs. S. C. W. Leghorns,
S. C. R. I. Rods. Bred to luy. R. W. Arm
strong. North Ogden. Phono 6-R. 3-28-3W
SEVERAL settings bronze turkey eggs.
Phone 1213, Western Grain & Feed Co..
2354 Washington Ave. 3-22-tf
fSECON
I WE talco your old range as first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
1 range outright. Home Furniture Co. 673
FORRENT 1
i Board and Room j
BOARD and room. 2021 Washington avo-
mic. 3
India in the eleventh century, B. C,
was in advance of the Egyptians nnd
!jows in the practice of medicine.
jjjjjjl
FORSALE j
Miscellaneous
FURNITURE. 1640 Washington Avenue.
207
COMPLETE furniture Tor five room
hotis-j; buyer can have lease of house at
$2o a month. $1100. P. Q. Box 395. 217
ONE mare, 1500 pounds, and yearling'
colt Apply 230 West Second street or I
phono 1S27-J. los I
$150 phonograph Tel. 2751-W. 191
DETROIT Jewel gas range. 556 Twenty
third .street. Phone 129C. 195
BUSCII and Gertz piano, stvle 15. 62R
BUSH and Gerts piano, style 15. 62S
PIANO for sale. Inquire Washington
apartments. 2471' Washington 196 I
GROCERY stock and fixtures for sale.
Phone 3062. 3-31-lw
BUCK range, linoleum, dining room table.
161 Patterson avenue. 182
6 ROOMS and bath, full basement, frame
house. 3508 Jefferson Ave. $2750. Cash
payment, terms on balance. Inquire Vol
ker Lumber Co. 0-3-tf
FOR SALE B owner, 4-room house, can
make two more rooms upstrairs: part
cash. Sec Mr, Fox. Union Depot baggage
'o"'' 3-lS-lmo
ONE ten-room modern frame, basement
and sleeping porches. Close in, on paved
street, $7000. Inquire of J. AY. F Volker.
653 27th St. Q-17-tf
HIGHEST prices paid for second hand
goods. Stowe's Second Hand Store 1800
Washington Ave. Phone 6S6-J. 5-2-lf
iitbt clasa sheep camp equipped with
drawers and bins, stove cupboard and
'elevated bunk, and new running gear, also
.good set of work harness. Applv to Bcck
stead Brothers. Huntsvillc. Utah. 176
ONE span of mares. 7 years old, weight
1700 each. Call 1902 Jackson. Phone
1165-.I. Price $150. 167
SIDEBOARD, dresser, hard coal burner.
carpet. 3065 Porter avenue. 175
ONE small team, weight 1000 pounds each,
one largo team, weight 1350 each; one
Fordson tractor, one plow, one disk culti
vator, one wagon, one sot harness. Call
Wright-Whlttlcr Co.. Thirty-third and Pa
ciflc aenuc. lis
FURNITURE to furnish four rooms. Call
297) Adams. 105
ALMOST new bed. dresser, rockers, etc.
Phone 2942-M. 635 Twenty-third. 115
V HITE Mammoth Pekln duck eggs for
hatching. Phono 2751-W. ' 110
SIX room house and bath, with four lots,
$500 modern hen house, garage, etc.,
$3000. Inquire of owner. 514 Washington
avenue. 112
BABY bed and mattress for 3ale, Phone
947-J. 76
HOUSEHOLD goods, refrigerator, feather
bed. fruit Jars, and other articles. Call
at 2231 Qulncy avenuo. 81
Singer Sewing Machine
JUST ARRIVED Latest models can be
purchased or rented for $3 00 a month.
Needles oil and repairs for all makes.
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 233S Wash
Ington Ave, Phone 24. 4113
WHILE thev last, "Horrors of War," 75c.
New 5-ply rubber hose, 15c. Phono 333.
47
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
HARLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle in per
iod condition. Call 2042 Qulncy avenuo
1148
WICKER baby carriage. Phono 327-.T.
1824 Grant. 4137
SEED potatoes for sale. Farley's Gro
cery Store. 2602 Washington. Phone
1626. 22
CHICKEN and duck eggs for setting. Call
after 4 p. m, 2156 Pacific avenue. 4130
FOR SALE My fine phonograph, large j
size. $65; must be sold today. Call Mr
Sorensen. Room 202 Healy Hotel. 3972 j
FOR SALE My fine phonograph, large
nlzc, $65; must be sold today Call Mr
Sorensen Room 202 Hcaly Hotel. 397:1
GOOD concreto steam mixer, cheap 433
Cross street 3S69
FINE grocery stock and lease, well locat-
ed on Waslhngton avenuo. Kelly & I-W-j
rick. 377S
LATE 1919 twin Harley Davidson motor
cyclo with side car. In perfect condition.
Also twin Excelsior for $100 Sec clrcula
tlon manager. Ogden Standard. 3776
ONE-HALF PRICE.
John Dcorc double disc sulkoy plow,
used only ono season.
Ono Solid Comfort single plow sulkcy.
One Jump seat surrey.
Ono umbrella top buggy.
Ono top grocery delivery wagon.
Ono light road cart, all In good con
dition and newly painted
Also other second hand goods.
lVERSON'S SECONDHAND STORE.
1640 Washington Ave.
3585
SECOND hand goods bought and sold, T,
C. Iverson, 1640 Washington avenuo
Phone 49. 3538
FEALALES and guaranteed singers. Como
i hear them sing. 2220 Lincoln. 2242
' SEVERAL sets of new work harness. Og
I den Horse Sale & Commission Co. 3103
. 1000 shares of Capital Petroleum at 23c;
la dividend paying stock. Phono 3076
I 3037
SINER'S Trunk and Furniture Stores.
New and second hand goods bought and
bold and exchanged; highost prices paid
for second hand furniture; high grade
trunks and suitcases our specialty. 241
255 Twenty-fifth. Phono 1321. 2976
UNCALLED for suits tailor made; big '
I reduction. Gordon's, 211-25 Twenty-fifth'
St. Phone 419. 2157 j
I ' BUSINESS
I Opportunities
GROCERY store with four room modern
residence. On bfurh. Phone 945-W. 52
CASH and carry grocery; living npart
picnts upstairs. Owner leaving1 town.
Three year lease. Will sell at invoice
price 030 Twenty-first street. Phone
OS'J-W. 105
LOST on Washington street car between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-eighth. Satur
day evening, purse with Identification
card. Pleaso return and receive reward.
Phono 240-J. 165
SEVENTEEN jewel Waltham watch and
chain with pair of mounted elka teeth.
Reward. Phono 37. Globe Mills 172
ONE red milk cow with halter on. Find
er pleaso phone 1449. 160
LADY'S silk waist partly made, on Thir
tieth street between Jefferson and Wash
Inglon. Phone 2150. 153
LADY S pocketbook. Orphoum theater.
Bills and silver. Return lo 368 Twonty
fourth .street. Reward. 4146
BLACK Morocco prayer book on Friday.
Reward- Phono 3259-W. S2
j forjrent"
Unfurnished
GARAGE for ront. Phono 1590-W. 220
FRONT rooms for housekeeping or office
across from park. 320Vi Twenty-fifth
186
ONE unfurnished and ono furnished mod
ern apartment, 329 26th St. Phone 2375.
1-1-lw
FOUR rooms, furnace heated, with bath.
2685 Wall. 54
TWO room apartment, $25; three room
apartment, $35; hot water, private bath,
steam. Phone 1008-J. 3501
GOOD house for rent. J. J. Brummitt.
Phono 59. 38(0
j WAjNTED
ToJRent
FOUR or five room fumlshod houso.
Phono 2338 after 5 p. ni. isi
FOUR or fiyo room house unfurnished or
VMrt,y JilJJl,5hc,1; C,03C in: "0 children.
Phono 2666-R. 210
TO BE MADE CARDINAL.
MELBOURNE, Australia. April C
It is authoritatively aLited hero that
ArchbiBhop Daniel Maunlx will sail for
Rome on May 19 to visit the Popo,
who will make him a cardinal. Ho
will then bo given an important ap
pointment in Ireland.
WE have the factory equipment for re
pairing wrecked, bent or twisted auto
radiators. See us before buying new ones I
If It leaks, have It made like new by the ,
factory method. No plugging of tubes or
cells, no compound used. Ogden Auto
Radiator Coo., 2329 Hudson Ave. Ogden.
I'tah. 3-10-lmo
MODEL N Hup. Inquire 2023 Washing
ton. 157
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO.
2347 Hudson Avenue Telephone 460
Mel touring- car. $150.
Studebaker touring car. $300.
Chalmers touring car, $250.
Maxwell touring car. $375.
. 149
FINE Ford truck. Cash $265. F. S.
Peery. Q-413. F. N. Bank. 113
4-90 Chevrolet, $600. Owner leaving
town. Phono 1488-M. SO j
BUICK light six. late model, fine condl- ;
tion. looks and runs like new. Bargain.
F, N. Hess. 761 Twenty-fourth. Phone
1731. 74
1918 Studebaker touring car in first clan
condition, for sale cheap. Sco owner at
-2767 Grant. 21
BUICK roadster. 1917. four cylinder, in
fine shape, $650 cash, or will take good
Ford In trade. Phone 2001-J. 17
Chandler 1 9 IS touring.
Chandler 1917 touring.
Elcar 1917 touring.
WILFONG-GLASMANN CO.
2254 Washington Phone 776
4132
FORD tractor. Inquire I. Mura. 165
Twenty-fifth street. 4128
TWO light Fords (express bodies); Max
well touring $225; Hayncs Chummy. Sav
agc Motor Co.. 2354 Hudson avenue. 4012
WONDERFUL car lor sale, cheap. 2348
Grant 3333
WHY not buy an exchange car? Now ls
the time to buy.
Two Fords, '14 and '16.
Two Maxwells, '16 and '17.
One Chalmers, 6-30.
WEBER-TAYLOR AUTO CO.
2333 Hudson Phone 143
3055
I. HAVE a complete slock of guaranteed
paint. I can sell you paint cheaper than
any paint store in Ogden. Come in and
T will tell you why. Stowe's New and
Second Hand Store, 1800 Washington
Ave. 5-28-tf j
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone willing
to apply themselves. See Madam Capiau.
third floor Wright's stbre. 10-7-4mo
DRESSMAKING and remodeling. 350
Thlrty-flraL 43
HEMSTITCHING plcot edge, buttons,
pinking and pleating. Second floor
Wright's store. Mrs, II. Layman. IS
RELIABLE dressmaking, young ladles
work a specialty. Call Plaza Apts., 320.
Phono 2208. 4147
WANTED j
I Agents 5
AGENTS Get busv. We have the great
est money maker on tho market. House
keepers buy on sight; 50.000 sold in 1919.
JLJIi;i ..Life,. -J. , Awt. J-. I, -ituiivit., AilVI.
4-4-4t
j wanted" j
Miscellaneous
HIGHEST price paid for second hand
'furniture, stoves and ranges. Phone 248;
12219 Washington Ave. 3-18-lmo
HIGHEST cash prices paid for all kinds
of household . furniture. Newman Fufnl
kure Store, 234S Washington Ave. Phono
63S. 3-9-lmo
WE pay highest prices for old clothes.
Now York Clothing Store. 259 25th St.
Phono 3336. 2-7-lmo
CHICKENS, any quantity any time. Rus-scll-Jamcs
Co.. 1S9 24th St. Phone 136.
4-4-tf
PLOW, seeder, new hose. Phone 333.
4S
ONE-HALF acre In peaches, nearly lOu
trees, $650. cash or terms, or will trado
for good automobile. 411 24th SL 2335
40 ACRES logged off timber land; small
house, shed, barn: near Wcstmond. Idaho.
Will trade for property In Ogden. Phone
2S1S-J. 3-12-lmo
I MONEY to loan by priate party. Box
111. Standard 1S9
MONEY LOANED on gilt edged securi
ties.. Thos. Auld. under First National
I Bank. 4024
MONEY to loan on Improved ."eal estate.
Kelly & Herrlck. 779
CARD and character reading. 419 Twen-ty-slxth.
151
j WANTED
Board and Room
WANTED oung lad lo board and 100m;
nrlvale fainilv. Telephone 3043. 159
LEGAL NOTICES
i PROBATE AND
I GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
I
(Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District. State of Utah, within and
for Weber County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Louis M.
Burch. Deceased.
Creditors will present claims, with
vouchors, to tho undersigned, administra
tor of the estate of Louis M. Burch. de
ceased, at the office of Royal J. Douglas.
629 David Eccles building-. Ogden City.
Utah, on or before the 10th day of June,
1920.
WILLIAM BURCH,
Administrator.
Date of first publication April 6. 1920.
Date of List publication May 1. 1920.
Royal J. Dougla3, Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District, in and for Weber County,
State of Utah.
In the matter of the Estate of Ihachl Ta
kouchl. deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, at the of
fice of C R. Holllngsworth. Suite 518.
David Ecclos Building. Ogdon, Utah, on or
beforo the 10th day of June, 1920.
Dated, April Cth. 1920.
II. C. MATSUDA.
Administrator of tho Estate of Ihachl
Takeuchl. Deceased.
C. R. Holllngsworth, Attorney for Administrator.
Airship to Fly and
Also Submerge, Latest:
LONDON, April 6. "The airship
which will fly and, in fact, float and
submerge," is In the judgment of Sir
Fortescue Flanuery, M. P., "no impos
sible dream of the future "
'This statement is quoted from a
speech made at a banquet held re
cently by the Society of Consulting
Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors
of which Sir Fortescue is presiodnt.
He added that somo of thoso present
might live to see this materialize.
00
England knew nothing oC Indian
corn, potatoes, squash, qarrots, vab
bagc, or turnips until the sixteenth
century.
Information Bureau j
51.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
ACETYLENE WELDING
Cast iron. Steol. Erass and Aluminum
wC,(lc1V.M05l10" Welding & Repair Co.
Phone 993-J. 2271 Washington Ave. 1-20-tf
ANYTHING Now or Old
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 333.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. 2362
Washington Ave, Phono 360. 2053
BANKING
T,f.h "on-il Bank. .outhcast corner
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phone 61.
BVT7ER,t.?REAM & MILK DEALERS
qr' R5a- Chcesc, Milk and Cream.
Economy Butler Shop. 2450 Washington
BOTTLING WORKS
i,ii!ah 1oU,l"5 Works, manufacturers of
nigli grade soda water, ciders, svrups, and
an kinds of fountain supplies. 2512 Lin
coln Ave. Phono -US. 3-5-3mo
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
H C. Hanson Co, bicycles, accessories, I
repairing. Vltallc Tires. 246S Hudson Ave.
BEAUTY SHOPS
Boston Hair Dressing Parlors, Sham
pooing, halrdreslng. manicuring, chirop
ody; hair work a specialty. Phone 107-J.
Reed Hotel Building.
COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
,T: R O'Connolly. Ogden. Utah. Legal
man. write me the iacts.
Phono 393.
CARPET CLEANING
K. an Kampen for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phono 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress rcno
l, . Vph9JatcrinS' and springs rc
fltrotched. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
I'cathcr renovating Phone 2586-W.
CHIROPRACTOR
1086-W. 701-702 Eccles Building.
CITY SCAVENGER
on?cCS?rty & Co- 2728 Grant Ave. Phone
201S-AV. 1-9-lmo
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co.. leading Japanese res
taurant In Ogden. 273 24th St.
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE
E. A. Olscn &: Son Commission and
produce, china, glass and stoneware. Wc
have a big line of chlnaware that we are
selling at prices that existed before the
war. Phone 248. 2219 Washington Ave.
CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS
Custom clothes and shirts: exclusive
neckwear. Leroy Buchmlller. 2IS2 Wash
ington Ave. Telephone 1313.
DENTISTS
The New Method Dentists arc special
ists in all branches of Dentistry. 2469
Washington Avej 2203
DRAIN TILE FOR SALE
IntcrmountaJn Concrete Co. Twentieth
and Lincoln Ave.. Ogden, Utah. Phonea
2063 and 4S7. 2310
ENGRAVING
Ogden Engraving Sen-Ice Co . makers
or flno cuts In one or moro colors. 416
Twenty-fourth stivet. Phone 4C3.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
SCO 113 for bids on your wiring. Wo also
have a complete line of electrical sup
plies. Tho Lltrbthonsp 2 4 T, I Wash I nplnn
Ave. Thono 5$1.
ELEVATORS
We furnish and install high-grade clcc
1 trie or hand elevators, any capacity from
50-lb. dumb waiter to 10 ton. Write Wm
Watrous, 249 Edison St., Salt Lake City.
We buy second hand onoi. 2-2S-tf
FIRE INSURANCE
Charles Eisenherg. Phone 1S59-J. Cal
edonian r.ntl Michigan Commercial Stand
ard Insurance. 1575
FEED STORES
PI XGREE FEED STORE
j Hay. grain and poultry supplies. Get
l our prices for fresh seeds before you buy.
I Phone 799. 2616 Washington Ave.'. Ogden.
J 3-5-2mo
IFUNERAL DIRECTOR
C. J. A. Llndqulst. funeral director and
licensed emblamer Prompt' and modern
service. 2620 Washington Ave. Phone
r20-W.
HAY AND GRAIN
Hay, grain and poultry feed. Bell Bros.
371 Twenty-third street. Phono 2S45.
2100
HIDES, WOOLS, FURS
O. M. Runyan. 2269 Wall Ave., pays
1 top prices. Phone 7S1-W. 152S
HAY AND GRAIN
O. V. Mitchell, wholesale-retail hay.
, grain and flour. Phone 176. 2106 Wall Ave.
I Ogtlen. Utah. 3-5-3mo
! HIDES AND WOOL
j Utah Wool & Hide Co.. 2360 Wall Ave.,
Ogden, Utah. Hides, pelts, wool and furs.
1 Fhonc 286.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Wlllard 'Kay, real estate and loans.
2171 Washington Ave. Phone 403.
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide &. Junk Co.. 2323 Wash
I ington Ave. Phone 861.
I Ogden Junk House, 2059 Washington
Ave. "Phono 210:
1 JAPANESE NOVELTIES
1 Ladles' silk and serge and all kinds of
idiessef and waists, sweaters, men's silk
shirts and ties the finest to be had. Out
'of the high rent district Our. prices are
j the lowest possible. U. Karrlya, the Ki-
mona House, 301 and 30C 21lh St. Phono
1 129S.
I KEY FITTING
j Key, lock, safe and cash register work.
Ogden Welding & Repair Co. Phone 993-.I.
2271 Washington Ave. 1-20-lf
I LIFE INSURANCE
George D. Bennett, manager Metropoli
tan Life Insurance to. Corporation and
group insurance a specialty. 200 Col, Hud
I son Bldg. Plvon 124-W.
! MADAM CAPIAU GOWN SHOP
; Pleating, buttons, hemstitching; plquot
,a 10c per yard; third floor W. ll. Wright
: & Sons. 9-5-6mo
I MUSIC AND INSTRUMENTS
Ezra II. G. AVIIIlams Music. Co.. 2215
Washington Ave, Sheet music department
and teachers' supplies: pianos, violins,
I violin supplies, mandolins, guitars, banjos.
j records and phonographs. Phone 503.
OGDEN STATE BAN K
Commercial and savings department.
Reed Hotel Bldg. Phono 62.
POST CARD STUDIO
Bill's Tost Card Studio. Have your plc
turo taken on a card. Wo specialize on
Kodak printing. 160 25th St. 3-5-lmo
PAPER CLEANERS
KALSOMINE or paper cleaning. Phone
29-R-ll. 4097
PRINTINC
When In need of printing como and see
Dae Prlntory, 2428 Hudson avenue. Phono
792-M. 3594
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Dr. A. Fcrnlund. office hours 10 to 4
p. m New Pcory Bldg., Hudson Avo.
Res. rhone C40. Office phone 1900-W.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS v
Wo buy, sell and exchange farms,
ranches, real estate, etc. Deeds executed.
Abstracts and titles examined. Mortgages
and real estate contracts carefully drawn
iu our legal dopartmcnl. Fire and life in
surance: loans. Smith & Flinders, rooms
15, 16, 17, over Commercial Natl. Bank.
RADIATORS REPAIRED
Factory equipment for repairing wreck
ed, bent, leaky or twisted radiators. Og
den Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Ave.
2683
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
"Wlllard Kay, real estate and loans.
2171 Washington Avo. Phone 109. 1874
SCAVENGER
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and tollots cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phone 822. 234S Hudson Ave. 9733
SANITARY WORK
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub
bish hauled. Phono 620.
STENOGRAPHY
Good public stenographer. Federal
Land Co., -116 Twenty-fourth. 3642
SPORTING GOODS
Edison phonographs, bicycles and sup
plies; athletic goods . Proudflt Sporting
Goods Co.. 351 24th St.
SECOND HAND STOVES
AVo tako your old range as first pay
ment on any new rango or will buy your
old rango outright. Homo Furniture Co.
TAILORS
Suits made to order. Cleaning and
pressing. A. G. Bolandor, 2477 Lincoln
Avo,, Ogden. Utah. 3-5-3mo
TAXI SERVICE
Taxi aer-lco Phono 84 for taxi. Closed
cars only. 2743
Greeks permitted torturo of slaves,
but not of citizens to obtain testimony.
TENTS AND AWNINGS Ul
Ogden Tent &, Awning Co. Maruifac 1 H
turcrs of high grade store, office and jH
resident awnings. Waterproof covers. !H
bags. etc. Anything in canvas, 2263 H
Washington Avo Phono 268. 1320 H
TRUNKS AND BAGS '1
Trunk and bap ropalring, round cor--.
ncr from Standard. Gallachcr's, 373 Hud- H
son. 2H" H
UPHOLSTERING IH
E. J. Hampton & Co., upholstering; 1 H
mattresses made over; feather ronovat"-' : mmmWM
ing: carpet cleaning and laying. Phon. H
25S6-W. Five Points. 9-13-4mo ' jH
VACUUM CLEANERS ntf '
Rent Ohio Vacuum Cleaners, revolving
brush. Call Ford Barlow, phono 2643-J."?a mfmm
3-15-lnw
VETERINARIAN m.
Dr. Bundy, Veterinarian. Phono SZfi, H
679-M. 383S ,
WINDOVS CLEANED ;
Expert window and wall paper cleaning' ' H
anywhere. American Window Cleaning. IH
Phono 563. 2370 Washington Ave.- n IH
WALL PAPER CLEANING rv
1 1 am the only Lowe In tho wall papem H
cleaning business In Ogden and. doing (i ll
buslncsa under the name of Lowo &' H
Grecnwell, and nono other. S. L. Lowe,
the veteran of the game, Phone 3338. ,tj J
3-26-Lw( ( WM
Paper cleaning and kalsomlning; good, TJI
work, reasonable prices. 140 33rd SL. I 1
Phono 3220-R. 3-24-lmo
Lowe & Greenwell. the veterans of the ,
game. Phono 3338. 3-4-tf I jH
NOTICE STATE LAND SALE i
Office of the State Board of Land Com- jH
mlssloncrs, Salt Lake City, Utah, March .
20, 1920. (1
Notice is hereby given that in accord- ! IH
once with law. the State Board of Land' I
Commissioners will, on May 12, 1920, at- r IH
2:00 o'clock p. m., offer at public auction ,1 IH
at the County Court Houso at Ogden,, 1(11
Weber County. Utah, and sell to tho nigh-' it IH
est bidder for the tracts, the following I IH
described appraised and unsold State
Land, situate in Weber County, Utah, tp;o
Tp. Rg. Sec. Subdivision ) 11
s n. 3 e. 21 scii ; Mmm
8 N. 3 E. 22 s. noU: si mmmW
SN, 3E. 23 All I mM
S N. 3 E. 21 w ncU; w;,wi4 scU . JmM
SN. 3 E. 25 AH ImrnM
SN. 3 PI. 26 AIM . mmmW
S N. 3 E. 27 All rmm
S N. 3 E. 28 All
S N. 3 E. 30 sA MjM
8 N. 3 E. 34 All
8 N. 3E. 35 n; sell
8 N. 3 E. 13 wA 5w'U ' ' mmm
s n. 3E. h se4;sswu '. mmm
7 n. 1 w. 16 SW& immM
The appraised value of said tracts Ht mmM
$7.00 and up. Certain contiguous tracts J mm
of the above lands will be sold together,
as per offered list on file In "the office of VH
the Board. No land will he sold for less wl
than the appraised value thereof, and no'c llH
more than 160 acres of agricultural land;11 rl
nor more lhan 320 acres of arid land, nor rl
more than four sections of grazing land lH
will be sold to any one Individual, com- jl
pany or corporation, and sales of suck. rH
land will bo made only to cltlzenn of the,
United States or thoso who have declared Jmrn
their Intention 10 ticcome such. 3 mmm
TERMS OF SALE. VmM
One-tenth of the purchase price payrv
able in cash at time of sale, with five. jH
per cent interest on the remainder of tlie
price to the first of January following? . mmm
the remainder oC the payments to bo dl- mm
vlded into ten equal annual payment ,
with interest at tho rate of five por cent jH
per annum on deferred payments. T4ro
Board reserves the right to withhold any,
tracts from sale. mM
By order of tho STATE BOARD OF' y iMmm
LAND COMMISSIONERS. '
ARTHUR KUHN. . . i'H
Secretary of the State Board of Land i'H
Commissioners. 'H
(Seal) ,
ALIAS SUMMONS, 1
In the City Court of Ogden City, County" fmml
of Weber, State of Utah. r mmm
Standard Publishing Company, plaintiff.e
vs. F. J. Frcenor, defendant.
The State of Utah to the said Defendant:' 'mWM
You are hereby summoned to appear-
within ten days after service of this Sumj-r, IH
rnons upon you, if served within th IH
County in which this action is brought: '
otherwise, within twenty days after thte IH
eervlce, and defend the above entitled c IH
action and in case of your failure so to mM
do, the plaintiff In this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded iu
the Complaint of which a copy is horcto jmWg
attached and herewith served upon you', IH
and will take Judgment against you for iH
the sum of S109.0S, wltli tho legal rate
of interest thereon from December 25.
1917, together with plaintiff's costs apd I
disbursements herein. LH
This action is brought to recover a'
Judgment against you as aforesaid upotvi ,fH
an account for certain advertising matter I Nl
and space furnished by plaintiff to de- iH
fendant, at his request, between Scptem- lll
bcr 21 and December 26, 1917. at Ogden, Vl
Utah. imm
JOS. E. EVANS. VH
Plaintiff's Attorney
P O. Address Eccles Building. Ogdent.
Utah. mM
Dated Ogden City. Weber County. Utah.
this Sth day of March. 1920. J mmm
ALIAS SUMMONS . JM
In the District Court of Wcbcr County; J MM
State of Utah 1 mM
C, V. Saltsgaver. Plaintiff, vs. Lillle 1 MMM
Saltsgaver, Defendant. -u
Tho State of Utah lo said Defendant;, :
' You are hereby summoned to appear
I within twenty days after service of this trnW
I Summons upon you, if served within the, ' mm
County In which this action is brought; "ll
otherwise within thirty days after scrV- WmM
ice. and defend the alove entitled action, mmW
and in case of your failure so to do, JudgK" 1
mcnt will be rendered against you accord-' UWm
ing lo the demand of tho complaint,' ,
which has been filed with tho Clerk of
said Court. . mmM
Tills action Is brought to recover a mmM
I judgment dlseolv'.ng the marriage con- ) mM
; tract now existing between you abd.
plaintiff. 1 mmm
T. R. O'CONNELLY, mm
I Plaintiff's Attorney 1
I P. O. Address. 369 24th Street. Ogden, mmm
I Utah, roonirt 16 and 17 Commercial Na- 1
; tional Bank building. 1
First Publica'tlon March 9th. 1920. MM
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
Notice is hereby given, that the Han- ,
sen Livestock & Feeding Company, a cor- mmm
poratlon. of Ogden. Utah, did on the 22ncT 1
day of March, 1920, make a voluntary n-c
algitmcnt to the undersigned, in trirsit
however, for the benefit of its creditors.
without preferenco or partiality, except. mmm
as provided by law, and all creditors of
said Hansen Livestock & Feeding Com
pany nro required to file their claims mM
Avith the undersigned assignees at the mmM
law office of Chez & Barker, at 400-40N'
402-403 First National bank building. Og- mmM
den. Utah, on or before tho expiration ,qL mmj.
threo (3) months after the first publlca-' mMW
tion of this notice. - r " mm
All clalmo must be distinctly stated and; mmM
sworn to by the claimant or somo one in( mm
his behalf, who Is acquainted with tho mm
facts therein sot forth. '"' !
Dated March 22. 1920. . !
1. x. pierce. 'mmm
CHARLES ZIEMER. I
O. M. RUNYON,
Assignees for Creditors of Hansen LIy.e,- mM
stock & Feeding Co. mmm
Choz Ss Barker, Attorneys for Assignees ) mmM
Five Persons Killed I
In Election Disturbance I
EL PASO, Tex., April 6. Five per- ;
sons were killed in Chihuahua City. WMM
Mexico, in election disturbances th.ere
Inst Friday night, .according to infor;
mation received by American sources
here today. 1
Confirmation of reports that Fran- UM
Cisco. Villa, the bandit leader, was mov
ing northward also was received hero jBm
today. Villa, it was said, has consld- (
erabiy increased his forces and has- mmm
divided his command into throe bandd,
nil of which are moving northward li JMMM
different secUons. .
Campaigns in connection with the mmm
Chihuahua state elections, in May and
the national election in July, it was
I said, have caused a lessening of cam- mmm
paigns against bandits and rebels JJ ,
federal and state authorities. r
no-
The story of "Aladdiu and His Woji-
derful Lamp" does not occur in any- jH
known Arabic text of "Tho Thousand - , mAW
and One Nights." 1 JM
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