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l THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920. ? r
i J Real Efltato J
3. Four rooms, now. Thla la a nifty bun-
V galovr, and good location. $1000 cash will
J handle !t, and easy payment on balance.
Sco It , . T,
Five rooms, hps all moden features. It
la a beautiful home, for $5600. Tako a
look at this. It may bo Just what you
want. , . .
Flvo rom frame, modorn, a dandy good
bur at $3250.
Wo havo others. It won't cost you
anything to cce.
J F. WALKER LAND CO.
$03 Eccles Bldg. Phone 855
I (Ask for Mr. .Saunders. City Doportmcnt)
Commercial National Bank Bid.
Thrco room houno wJth porches, clos
3ta. good garage, good lot. located on
Adams In south part of city.
Three room house Just outside of city
limits; six lota, orchard and garden for
$1000 If taken at once. $200 down: bal
ance easy terms. . . ,r .
Flvo room house, large lot. $2700. Must
bo sold at once. Terms.
Let us ohow you these anu our many
other good buys. 2073
LOT 226x136 on Adams botwoen Thlrty
cccond Rnd Thirty-third. Phone 2687-R.
Mrs, J. A. Bullock, 351 Twe lghUi
THE GUARANTY- MORTGAGE CO
UG Twenty-fourth St. Phone 280-281
$2700 Four room modorn, five ycar3 old.
located on the bench, lot -16 by 12
foot, south front, chicken coops;
$3700 Six roonl modern, good basement,
garago. close In on Adams avenue,
property In cood condition; terms.
H2G0 Flvo acres on cement road, eleven
miles north of the city, has a five
room modern brick bungalow with
full basomcnt and furnaco heat,
chicken coops, well down S5 feet to
water, electric motor and pump, good
crop of wheat In and small .orchard.
T HE-7 GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
416 Twenty-fourth St. Phono 2S0;l
BT OWNER Flvo room modem home
for $3000 Completely furnished for $3300.
Immedlato possession. 2940 Chllds ave
UP TO DATE
Flvo room modern bungalow, slooplng
porch, garage, paved street. By owner
306 Twenty-eighth street. 2070
A 67 aero farm at Pleasant View, haa
nice five room bungalow, good outbuild
ings; crop all goes; w.111 trade for small
place; owners not ablo to handle owing
to old ago and bad health. An opportu
nity for somebody.
J. F WALKER LAND CO.
JfT BY OWNER Choice lot on Brinker bc-
I tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth.
JJEW two room house, thrco lots, fenced
nd planted. Good water, lights. Snap.
$950. Call 3250 Monroe. 2041
BY OWNER New five room houso, large
I. lot and garage. Apply 598 Chester strcot-
rhone 274S-W. 2056
I FIVE room pressed brick homo with brick
garage; splendid location; ?5300. Phone
LOT 40x137 near Jackson and Twcnty-
II eighth Sidewalk nnd sewer paid. $600.
W. A. Smith. Phono 312-l-W. 2057
MODERN bungalow, four acres of land:
well Improved; close In. Phono 17-R-2.
! BY OWNER New pressod brick modern
' i bungalow, close In on bench, at a sacrl
flco. Easy terms. Phone 3192-R 2061
!, ; 1 BY OWNER Flvo room strictly modern
1 bungalow, well located on bench. Inqulro
rear 622 Twenty-third. 2014
I, ALFRED E. STRATFORD
f Phono 69 or 2304-J.
V, Four room modern brick bungalow on
,Fl bench: large lot; $2900: terms. 1
' Four room modern bungalow, cxcellent-
'! Iy finished; immcdalte possession; $4200; ,
i u Five room modern cottage, two extra
: " lots; all specials paid; J3G00. ,
I Three cholco building lots, best .loca-
tlon. on. bench., $S50 each.. -
ALFRED E. STRATFORD I
v Thonc 69 or 2301-J
FIVE acres land on paved road and car
line. Prlco $1350 with crop, $1250 without
Five room modern brick, A snap for
$2850 R. A. Norrls. 1650 Washington or
phone 790. 2019
FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO.
SUBSTANTIAL brick homo of seven
! . rooms, full basemont. 2S12 Grant, a snap
I for $4250; $1200 cash, balance easy; be
' " quick.
I s A small new bungalow ready for occu-
1 ' pancy, $600 cash, balance $35 a month.
Prlco $3000; will take good car as part
i v payment. Phone 913. 225G-W, 196S
I v' BY OWNER Four room modern bunga-
-. low, partly furniBhcd, has gas. nine chor
k' rv trees, chicken house and run, lot AZVi
!'. bv 132 feet. 1627 Grant avenue. Phono
M- ' 2551-NW. 197S
110 aero Irrigated farm all under culti
vation and general atore In thriving Lost
f' River, Idaho, Will sell separato: easy
terms; prices Tight. See W. H. White.
care Utah & Oregon Lumber Co, 1055
:i ' FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO.
ii Flvo room attractive bungalow. Twcn
A ty-fourth street; hardwood borders, firo
H?S place, etc , large lot, pavement paid. $4500.
ty- Now vacant. Fhonc 913-2256-W. 1942
THREE room house for sale. 35SS Adama.
r'-' 1 BY OWNER Five room brick house.
i i largo lot S3S Twenty-fourth. 186
f... APARTMENT houso close In an Wash-
it .'i Ington avenue, has nine two and three
room apartments. Furnished. Income
' $225 a month. Price $11,500. Half cash.
Might consider part exchange. Box IS,
SIX room home. large lot, cheap for cash.
I ; ' ' Ono cow and heifer calf. Inquire 2024
I fc. . Ogden. 1761
1 ' V- A FEW more of those houses built before
ft labor and material doubled In value, will
ft make desirable homes and profitable In-
vestment. . .
ft. , Four room houso, partly modern, cholco
location on bench, small cash payment,
balance monthly. $1660.
m Six room modorn frame, two blocks
S from buslnes street, all special taxes paid.
1 - " 52850. "Easy terms.
-I ' Seven room modorn frame, large lot.
'! first class repair, five blocks south, all
special taxes paid. $3850. Terms to suit.
Lots on Lincoln avenue, near Thir
tieth stroot. sower and sidewalk, paid in
ull. $375 each.
E. F. BRATZ
-117 Ecclca Bldg. 196
21 ACRES of Knd on Wilson Lane. Prlco
t right. James H. Piatt, Phono 9-R-4.g)
A. FOUR' rooms and sleeping porch, brick
'Zr house; on Canyon road, completely fur-
nl3hcd,$3600 . lroorcr & Fowlcs, or write
P. O. Box 395. 1262
H FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 feet
by 170 feet to alley: will sell this lot for
H $390: cash or terms to suit. If Interested
Iti a good buy, call 3169-R. 3-13-tf
H DURLEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
H WE havo u lai-RO list of Irrigated farms
1 for pn1r or tmdo. Write or sco WONES
UR1SWOLD INV. CO.. Buiiey, Idaho.
H W. L. PORTER, Real Estate and Loans.
H 237G Washington avenue. Phone 1876.
H BY OWNER Seven-room modern brick;
1 fireplace, hot water heat, choice location.
H Immediate possesion. 827 Twenty-sixth St.
H BY OWNER Six room molcrn brick
1 houso for $5250; excellent location. Phono
H 2433-J. 1SG9
H THREE acre chicken farm, six room
H house, garage, mixed fruit. Phono 2SS9-
H iYj 1140
H" Bv OWI'ER Corner lot HGxl'S fc.t.
H Twenty-second and Rccvcu avenue.
B Phono 307fi. 379
H New York state had more than
H 11.000 automobile fatalities last year.
if FOR SALE j
1 PIOGY sown. Hunsaker Com. Co. Phon
FOR cahbago and tomato plants call John
, j Busch. 5SI. 20S9
4000 good tomato plants. $3 thousand;
50c hundred. 520 Croim ntrcet. 2090
FIRST class garage. 6C8 Twenty-fourth.
ALMOST new child's folding bed and
mattress. 27S7 Lincoln avenue. Phone
CHOICE tomato plants, egg plants, pep
pers, cubbugo and cauliflower. At L. P.
Stone. C74 Twelfth street. 2083
REFRIGERATOR. Phone 3205-W. 2081
ONE Marvel six holo steel range: ono
Good Service four burner jfaa range; ono
Cole's heating stove; one Barler's oil
heater. Must bo sold by Monday. Phono
NEW Implements, Bain wagon, harness,
grain drill, hay fhowor and rake, plows 2
, way, cream separator. Call 3177-J 2084
I CILVRTER Oak range. 2527 Gramercy.
Phono 468. 20S2
MOTORCYCLE, olnzlo cylinder, light
weight, belt, running fine. $35 canh
Phono 1107-J after 6. 2039
CUT flowerB and pots: plants for Decora
tion. Phone 471-W. 162 West Thirtieth.
GOOD piano at a bargain. Phone 2001-J
441 Blnford (Hcrrick avenue.) 2037
SMALL centrifugal pump 240 egg Peta
luma Incubator. 3545 Washington. 2050
SOLID oak fire place mantle. Inquire 653
COUCH pads, pillows, carpet sweeper,
Pullman auto tent. 62S West Court.
JOHN DEERE 2-horsc cultivator, sepa
rator and 10 gallon barrel churn. Call
WHITE enameled refrigerator, has been
used. A big bargain. Mr. Fowler, Wright's
SIX head of cattle, throe pigs, five horses,
garden cultivator. Gcorgo Funk, Harrls
NAVY dIuc georgette blouse, size 36, neck,
sleeves and pcplan decorated hand painted
design, never worn, $20 value $10. Phone
FRESH Jersey cow with heifer calr. Dr.
Hall. Call 2272. 1959
16 hp. gasollno cnrtnc". 2-Inch centrifugal
pump; 120 feet 3-8 Inch steel cablo; two
2 1-S chain oiling shaft boxing. 2943 Wall
POPCORN machine. 1 60-gallon gas tank
with pump. 763 Waohlngton avenue, 1033
BABY carriage, like new. Will sell at two
thirds cost. Phono 9S6. 1928
MUST BE SOLD QUICK.
Ono three-Inch fHrm wagon, one two
horse spring Ludlow, two single spring
wagons, one surrey, ono 12 and 14-lnch
plow, one 10-Inch orchard plow, one har
row, one two-row beet cultivator, riding
attachment. Bob Chrlstcnscn, Phone 224C
FURNITURE, carpets, etc. 91G Twcnty
third street. Phone 1203. 1S99.
FIFTEEN tuborculln tested, first cla88
milk cows. Trade ono or all for stock
cattle. J A. Lee, phone 1S54. 1S82
HORSES and mules. 2763 Gibson avenue.
West Twenty-eighth street. 1793
SUPERIOR pansy plants at Purdy's. 2862
Plngrco. Phone 2116-R. 1219
SECONDHAND good3 bought and sold. T.
C Iverson, 1640 Yashlngton. Phono 49.
CANARIES; males and females. 2220
SOLID golden oak library table and li
brary . lamp, at No. 4 Browning Apart-
GOOD set harness, automatic washer, mo
torcycle, safe. hose. bike. Phone 333.
PIANOS and other musical Instruments
Terms without Interest. Pantouc, 2S74
HIGHEST prices iiald for second hand
;oods. Stowo'a Second Hond Store. 1800
IVashlngton Ave. Phone CS6-J. 6-2-tf
UNCALLED for aulta, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon'3. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phone 419. 21S7
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowe's and save
money. 1800 Washington avenuo. Phono
WANTED Two or thrco ton motor
trucks for hauling concrete. Highway Job,
Hot Springs to North Ogdcn. Write or
call F. E. Phelps, contractor, Brlgham
City. R. F. D. No. 2. Phono after 7 p.
m , Brlgham 92-R-5. 2017
A PONY or horse on delivery wagon; will
feed for Its use or will buy cheap on
terms. Phono 1164. 1640
TO RENT or lease. Modern house of
five or six rooms, bench preferred. Coll
APARTMENT house of about 20 rooms,
steam heated. Box 200, care Standnrd
UNFURNISHED house or apartment.
Rofercncea. Phone 1095-W. ISSfi
UNFURNISHED 6 to 10-room house
good references. 371 Twenty-second St .
Phono 1969-M. 1890
j foFrent i
FIVE room house, part modern, close in.
$16 a month Phone 20S1-J. 2092
SIX-ROOM modern house. 354S Hudson
UNFURNISHED rooms for light houae
kecplng. 2348 Washington. 1086
4 ROOMS, modern housekeeping; closo In.
Kelly & Herrlck. 1032
5 To Buy i
NEWMAN pays mora for nil kinds of
household furniture Phone C3S. 1953
GOOD five room modrcn house in tho
north part of city on or near car line.
Prlco must bo reasonable. Phono 2827-R.
HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes. 259
Twenty-fifth St. Phono 3336. 1915
WE have cash customers tor desirable
city cad farm lands. List your property
with reliable people. Kelley & Herrlck.
WE BUY all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvage wO., 2348 Grant Ave.
CARPENTER work dono. Rcasonablo
prices. Call 2171-W or 25 IS Hudson avc
CURTAINS to stretch, washing and Iron
Ing all hand work. Phone 2155. 1977
PLASTERING and patching. Call at 111
Twenty-seventh St. 1SS7
PLAIN sewing, curtains laundered. Mrs.
Hadlcy, 2123 Qulncy avenue. Phone 2317
ONE black horse branded J. II. on hip;
wlro cut right hind leg. FIndor plcaso
call G3-R-C. 2070
BUNCH of keys near canning factory
Reward. Phono 2025-J. 2069
ONE bunch of keys. Finder call Phono
LLEWELYN setter, color white with yol
low ear, speckles of black on noso and
legs. Phono 14S3-R. Reward. 1SQ1
PARAGE of films and pictures. Name
John Larson on envelope. Finder return
to Standard-Examiner. 2047
: r WANTED
EXPERIENCED press girl. Troy Laun
! dry. 2063
GIRL wanted. 2404 Madison. 1091
COMPETENT chambermaid wanted; good
wages. Box C C. 1930
WAITRESS and chambermaid. Virginia
.WOMAN who undnrstands tho uao of elec
tric washing mnchlno to do family wash
Inif. Phono 1C46-J. 1937
GIRL to learn beauty huslncR. Splendid
.opportunity. Call No. 63, Lewis block
Male Help J
NIGHT porter wanted at Healy Hotel.
MINERS and loaders wanted by the Me
Kcath Coal Company at Rock Springs and
Megeath. Wyoming, Steady work. Living
conditions good. Good comfortable houses
for men with families. Mines free from
gas and water. Write William Redshaw, I
Supt.. tho Megeath Coal Company. Me
geath, Wyoming", for further particulars
regarding camps, or J. E. Megeath, Vlco
President Tho Megeath Coal Company.
No. 1403 W. O. W. Building, Omaha, Neb
rcska. You can also communicate with the
local president of the U. M W. of A., Me
geath, Wyoming In regard to conditions
at our mlncc. 1S96
MEN WANTED AT ONCE
Carpenters, lathers, plnBterers, plum
bers, stcsm fitters and other mechanics.
Employment guaranteed at union wage
scale and hours under American plan
contractors. Addross F. J Bosoncr, Asso
clatcd Industrlos, Qgden. Utah. .
LEARN actual auto repair, vnlcanring.
Los Angeleu Y. M.C. A. Auto School.
VERY desirable houso on bench for two '
months. Apply A. T care Standard.
MODERN furnished four room houee and
garage, $85 month. Phone 1259, 2764 Mon
DOWNSTAIRS front room hi modern
homo, gentlemen profcrrcd. 2884 Madi
TWO room npartment. 447 Twenty-first.
THREE rooms with pantry and bath. 1725
PLEASANT room south and cast front,
for gentleman. 454 Twenty-fourth. 2041
ONE large room for housekeeping. 2245
Washington avenue. 2043
FURNISHED cottage and ono apartment
231 Twenty-seventh, 2045
CLEAN rooms In thohcart of Ogden for
ladles and gentlemen. Hot and cold wat
er. $5 per week and up. New manace
mcnt. Arlington Hotel. 2052
MODERN room for gontlcraan. closo In:
?3.50 a week; references. 2341 Adams
NICELY furnished five room apartment
570 Twenty-fifth. 2054
TWO furnished rooms for rent. 2642 Mon
ROOMS for housekeeping, 427 Twenty -fourth
TWO rooms for housekeeping. 2353 Mon
roo avenue. 1995
TWO 2-room furnished apartments for
two. 2785 Grant. 2001
FURNISHED room for rent, In modern
home; close in. 315 Twenty-seventh.
APARTMENT for rent 2571 Lincoln.
TWO 4-room furnished apartments with
bath and sleeping porch. 27S5 Grant.
FURNISHED apartment for rent for three
months. 2467 Jefferson 2002
TWO rooms; gas; $11 month up. Rear 536
Thlrty-flrot. Inquire Mrs. Anderson. 1SSS '
Transient rooms with bath; weekly
rates. 2416 Grant avenue. Phone 3050.
THREE modern housekeeping rooms. 2236
Grant avenue. Call after 5 p. in. 19S4
NEATLY furnished rooms with bath for
ono or two gentlemen. 25G0 Orchard. P.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms up
stairs to couple without children. Phono
2969. 2940 Lincoln 1929
MODERN furnlBhed housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotel. Phone 3018. 1937
FURNISHED housekeeping and sleeping
rooms. 2203 Washington. 1918
ELEGANTLY furnished front room with
Bleeping porch. 566 Twenty-fourth. 193S
FURNISHED apartments, over Washlng
ton Market. 2471M; Washington Ave. 1910
A CLEAN home with hotel service, In tho
center of Ogdcn. Rates by tho month. Hot
and cold water In every room. Arlington
FURNISHED two. room apartment. 437
NICE large modern rooms, breakfast If
desired. References required. 2639 Jcf
SLEEPING rooms. 530 Twenty-third.
MODEL N Ilupmoblle, good as now.
Phono 3099-M after 6 pm. 2073
THREE-QUARTER ton truck, good as
new, a biu-galn, must bo cold at once.
Box R. W.. care Standard-Examiner.
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO.
2347 Hudson Avenuo Phone 460
Hudson super-six roadster, like new S1S60
1917 Rco seven passenger touring car $950
1917 Paige seven passenger touring
1917 Maxwell fivo passenger touring
as Is , $290
Mctz flvo passenger touring car $150
BY OWNER at a bargain. Bulck touring
55; Cadillac touring, must sco to appreci
ate Can be seen at Aldcn Transfer gar
qge. Twenty-fifth atroet. 2004
FORD sedan, portable garage. Call 2959
Lincoln afternoons; a snap. 2005
FORD, model 20. good as new; also half
ton truck. 209 Twonty-slr.th. 2006
1917 Dodgo roadotor, good condition.
Phono 3318-R. 1980
SEVEN passonger Chalmers In good con
dltlon. Prlco $800. Call 2237-R. 1967
1914 Excelsior motorcycle, extra tube, tan
dem seat, perfect mechanical condition,
$75. X. Standard-Examiner. 1951
FORD sedan, has boon used very little,
good as new. Inquire at 528 Twcnty
fourth after 6:30 p. m. 1939
ONE Liberty four passenger roadster,
nearly new, for sale. Aldcn Transfer &
Storasc, 230 Twenty-fifth. 1940
BUICK light six, Al condition; cord tires
rear. $1000 cash, $1100 tormB. 827 Twenty
sixth street. Phono 27S9-W for demonstra
tion; 1907 '
C. E. JORGASON used car dealer. Let me
soil your car. Fords wanted. Phone 1G51-W
1917 Studebakor touring.
1917 Brlscoo touring.
1916 Overland touring.
1919 Ford one-ton truck.
191C 8 Cadillac touring,
391S Ono ton Studobakcr truck.
1919 Two ton Nash truck.
PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO.
2200 Washington Ave.
REO truck for sale, cheap. ICS Twenty
sccond stroot. 1864
1913 Four-ninety Chevrolet In Ilrst class
condition. Smith : Fllndcrn Co., upstalnr
Commercial National bank. 1447
OILY spark plugs and diluted oil In crank
case remedied in most cars without rebor
Ing, The Franklin Agency. 2466 Grant
CHEVROLET 4-90 model i. almost new.
Read Auto Top Co. 578
LEARN to dance niVoodward Studio. Og
den. 2359 Washington. Salt Lake 34 South
Main street. Open dally. TG5.
?2.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
For comcnt blocks or gcnoral cmont
work and houso romodellng, phono 2257-J.
ANYTHING New or Olo
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought, sold or traded. Phono 332.
QOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. T362
Washington Ave. Phono 3C0. 2053
Utah Natlton&l Bank, southeast comer
Twenty-fourth nnd Wachlncton. Phono 61.
BICYCLE3 AND REPAIRING
H. C. Hanson Co.. bicycles, accessories,
repairing. Vltalle Tires. 2468 "Hudson Ave.
F. Stuppeck. carpenter and Jobber.
Phone 1018. 158 Twenty-third street,
K. Van Knmpen for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattrerscs. Phono 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress renovating-,
upholaterJnir. and springs re
strotched. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
Feather renovating Phone 26S6-W.
Owen W. Halverson. D. C, Res. nhon
108G-W. 701-702 lScclcs Bldg. Ph. 721-J.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 226S-60 Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Maisuba & Co.. leading Japancso res
taurant In Qgden. 273 24th St.
Tho New Method Dentistn are special
ists In all branches of Dentistry. 246'i
Washington Avcj 220S
Electrical wiring and repairing. Call
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers
of flno cuts In ono or more colors. 416
Twenty-fourth street Phone 463.
Geo. D. Bennett, corporation and group
Inourunco a specialty. Phono 12-i-W. 1514
Expert furniture packing, repairing, re
flnlnhlns. 3115-NR, 1630
L. J. Barker. 320 Col. Hudson Bldg.
Featherweight arch supports. Corrective
HIDE8, WOOLS, FURS
O. M. Runyan. 2269 Wall Avo., pays
top prices. Phone 7S1-W. 1628
JUNK AND HIDES
Western HIdo & Junk Co., 2323 Wash
Ini7ton Ave . Phone 861.
Ogden I unk House. 2059 Washington
Ave. Phono 210
MOVING AND HAULING
For moving vans, all kinds of hauling,
call Hlghlcy Transfer. 2431-J. 1316
Ogden Fixture and Mill Co. Screens,
ioors, windows, sash, kitchen cabinet,
store nnd office fixtures. Rear 145 Twenty-fourth
strcot. Phono 919-W. 1092
Brig, tho Painter. All kinds of house
painting and Interior decorating. Phone
Willard Kay, real estate and loons.
2471 Waohlngton Ave. Phone 409. 1S74
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
nnd toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828, 234S Hudsoi. Avenue. 9732
If moving to tho canyon call S. M.
Mooro Transfer. Phone 999-J or 2373-W.
Taxi ser'lco Phono 81 for taxi. Closed
cars only. . 2743
TRUNKS AND BAOS
Trunk and bao repairing, round cor
nor from Standard. aallachers, 373 Hud
son. . 211S
Dr. Bundy. Phono 328 679-M, 3S33
iV ALL PAPER CLEANING
Expert wall paper cleaning .and tinting.
John Wheeler & SonTTol. 25C0-W. 1945
Paper hanging, calsomlnlng, reasonable
price. Phono 3220-R. 1429
Lowo & Crcenwoll. Phono 2724-R. 1840
Kaleomlnlng and paper cleaning. Call
Wall washing, general house cleaning.
Phone 1016-J. 1143
EXPERT window and wall paper clean-
tng. American winaow moaning, jrn. cjj
f busKess J j
CAFE; long lease, low rent; muot sell;
going away. 146 Twenty-fifth. 1571
WE tako your old rango as first payment
on any now rango. or will buy your old
rango outright Home Furnlturo Co. 4573
CHILDREN'S sewing. Phone! 32G1-J. 2632
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pink
ing and pleating- Second floor W. H.
Wright & Sons. Mrs H. Layman. 11G9
RELINING coats, cloaks. Jackets. 526 17.
TO salaried people without security, to
others on plnnos, furniture, bonds, etc.
227 Hudson Bldg-. Phono 284. 249
MONEY to loan ou improved real estate
Kelly & Herrlck. 779
REPRESENTATIVE wanted to represent
an old lino Insurance company, health
and accident Commission or salary and
commission. Seo Willis &. Bradson, state
managers, 319 Col. Hudson Bldg,. Ogden.
CARD and character reading. 449 Twen-ty-Blxth.
PRIVATE garage, closo In. Phono 28S1-
GARAGE 2634 Grant. 1S39
GOOD pasture for horses, closo to Ogden,
Smith & Fllndors. Commercial National
bank building. Phono 1147 or 2868-W cvo
TELEPHONE 2682-J for vacuum cleaners,
$1 for 24 hours. Stcrllzcd dust bag3. Dollv
cr evenings. lGl'i
THREE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition, $1 day. Call F. Barlow. 2CS4-J.
OHIO vacuum. $1 day. Phono 3118. 1322
STORAGE room for rent. Call Asbesto
late Products Co.. Phone 141G-W. 367S
Poultry andEggs j
HEAVY laying White Leghorn yearling
hens. Apply 1217 evenings or Sundays.
FOUR hundred White Loghorn pulleti, 8
weeks old. Call C32 beforo 3 p. m. 204
l Male and Female j
MAN and wife to work on farm for flvo
months. Ezra V. Steed, Clinton. Telo
phono ovcnlngs ll-J-4. 1012
Massachusetts produces two-fifths of
tho shoes worn la America.
LEG AL NOTICES
In tho District Court of tho Second Judi
cial District. In and for Weber County,
Stato or Utah
Thomas Auld. Plaintiff, vs. Lamonto Dur
brow. If not deceased, and If deceased,
his unknown heirs, devisees and cred
itors. Harry M. Durbrow, At not do
ceased, nnd If deceased, His unknown
heirs, dovlsees and creditors, Clara E.
Durbrow Brlggs, If not deceased, and If
'deceased her unknown heirs, dcvlscea
and creditors, and George H. Durbrow,
If not deceased, and If deceased his un
known heirs, dcvlnccs and creditors, as
the surviving children of Hotty W. Dur
brow. deceased, and any unknown heirs,
and the dcvlnccs. legatees and creditors
of said Hotty W. Durbrow, deceased;
Fahny E. Durbrow, Louise W. Dur
brow, Ruthle T. Durbrow, John Doe and
Mary Roe. whose other nnd true names
arc to plaintiff unknown, and any and
all persons who have or claim to have
somo estate or Interest In and to all or
any part of the real property hereinaft
er described. Defendants.
The State of Utah to the Said Defend
ants: You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after servlco of this
summons upon you. If served within tho
county In which this action is brought;
otherwise, within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend the above entitled action;
and In case of your failure so to do, Judg
ment, will be rendered against you accord
ing to tho demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said
This action is brought to obtain a
Judgment nnd decree adjudging tho plain
tiff to bo the owner and quieting his tl
r'e "rtuliiBt any and all clalmn of the de
fendants In and to all of the following
described real esUUe, to-wit:
A part of Lot Eight (8) Block Three
(3) Plat B of Ogden City Survoy; begin
ning at a point 2 rod3 North of the South
East corner of said Lot 8, running thence
West 132 feet thence North 50 feet
thenco East 132 feet, thenco South CO feet
to the place of beginning, all situate In
Wober County, Utah.
That tho defendants, whose names aro
to plaintiff unknown, claim an Interest In
said premises as tho owners thereof, and
that tho same was derived by conveyance
or succession from the said Hetty W.
C. R, HOLLINGS WORTH.
P. O. Address: 51 S Eccles Bldg., Ogden.
NOTICE OF SPECfAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEWMAN
S. STUART COMPANY, A CORPORA
TION. Notice Is hereby given, that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the New
man & Stuart Company, a corporation, Is
hcroby called, and will bo held at the of.
flee of Harris & Jcnson, attorneys for
said corporation, at Suite 313 Col. Hud
eon building. In Ogdcn City. Weber Count
ty, Stato of Utah, on the 5th day of June,
A. D. 1920, at the hour of four (4) o'clock
p. m for tho following purposes, to-wlt:
1. To consider and vote upon the prop
osition of increasing the capital stock of
tho said NEWMAN & STUART Com
pany, from the sum of $50,000 00. divided
Into 500 shares at tho par value of $100.00
per share, to the sum of $100,000 00, divid
ed Into 1000 shares at the par value of
$100.00 per share. e
2. To elect a board of five (5) direc
tors of the said Nowman & Stuart Com
pany, one (1) of which shall be elected
and act as president, one (1) as vice pres
ident, ono (1) as secretary, and ono (1)
3. To transact any other or further
business that may properly come before
the said special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the said company.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS. WILLIAM E. NEWMAN,
President Newman & Stuart Company, a
IMOGENE II. WILSON,
Secretary Newman & Stuart Company, a
Harris & Jcnson, Attorneys for Said Cor
poration. Dated at Ogdcn. Utah. May 14, A. D.
UTAH-IDAHO CENTRAL RAILROAD
Notice of Adjourned Annual Stockholders'
To the Stockholders of tho Utah-Idaho
Contral Railroad Company:
Notice Is hereby given of the ndjourncd
annual meeting of tho stockholders of the
Utah-Idaho Central Railroad Company, to
bo held at the office of tho Company In
Room 415. David Eccles Building, at tho
corner of Twenty-fourth street nnd Wash
ington avenuo. .In the City of Ogden,
County of Weber, Stato of Utah, on Sat
urday tho flth day of June, 1920, at tho
hour of 11 o'clock a. m.
At said meeting tho stcokholdcrs will
conolder and pass upon a resolution for
tho Issue and sale, when authorized by
me I'uonc uunues commission oi mo
Stote of Utah, and by the State Securities
Commission of the State of Utah, for an
Issue of bonds of the Company not ex
ceeding the principal amount of Four Mil
lion C$4,000,000) Dollars, and for securing
the payment of tho same by mortgage i
upon all the corpoiato property and fran-
chlscs of tho Company. Said bonds, when
Issued, to be known as the Utah-Idaho
Central Railroad Company's First and Re
funding Mortgage Gold Bonds.
The stock transfer and register books
of tho Company will be closed at throe
o'clock p. m., on the 4th day of June.
A. D. 1920, and will bo reopened at ten
o'clock a, m. on tho 7th day of Juno, A
By order of the Board of Directors and
Resolution of the Stockholders.
Dated this 17th day of May. A. D. 1920.
ROYAL ECCLES, Secretary.
First publication May IS, 1920.
Last publication June 2, 1920.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby given that Ogdcn City
proposes to make the following public
Improvement, to-wlt: Construct pavement
In Paving District No. 132, together with
work incidental thereto, according to
plans, specifications nnd profiles on flic In
tho office of tho City Engineer. And scaled
bids are Invited for said work and will
be received at tho office of tho City Re
corder In the City Hall at Ogden, Utah,
until 10 o'clock a. m. on the 10th day of
June, 1920. Instructions to bidders, plans
and specifications for said Improvement
can be seen and cxnmlncd at the office
of the City Engineer In tho City hall of
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bld3 and to waive any defects.
By order of tho Board of Commission
ers of Ogdcn City. Utah, this, tho 20th
day of May, 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
First publication May 21, 1920.
Last publication June 9, 1920.
Published in tho Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Paving district No. 132.
NOTICE TO OONTEAOTOES.
Notice Is heroby glvon that Ogdnn City
proposes to malco tho following publlt im
provement, to-wlt: Construct puroMent,
trcct railway track, curbing and orernenu
uructurc In Paring District Ho. 128, to-
f other with work incidental theroto, accord
nc to plan, specifications and profiles on
file In tho office of the City Engineer. And
ccalcd "bids arc Invited for auld work anu
will bo received nt tho offico of the City
Recorder In tho City Ball nt Ogdon, Utah,
until ton o'clock a. m., on the 1st day of
June, 1020. Instructions to 'bidders, plnns
and specifications for said Improvement can
be seoa and examined at the offico of tho
City'Enfjinecr in tho City Hall of said city.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any ana
all bids and to waive nny defects.
By order of tho Board of Commissioners of
ORdcn City. Utah, this the 11th day of May.
0. T. MOYES. Oity Recorder.
First publication, May 12, 1020.
Last publication. May 31. 1020.
Published In Ogdcn Standard-Examiner.
Paving District No. 128, U. R. T. Co. portion.
Big Pine Mining Company, principal
placo of business 2449 Washington avenuo,
Ogden City, Utah
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho Board of Directors of the Big
Pino Mining Co., hold on tho 2nd day of
March, 1920, an assessment. No. 2. of ono
half cent cent) per share was levied on
tho outstanding capital stock of tho cor
poration payablo on or before Juno 5.
1920, to Fred J. Vlcks, Secretary and
Treasurer of the Plngrco National JJnuk,
Ogdon City, Utah, and that any shares
upon which said assessment shall romaln
unpaid on the 5th day of June. 1920. will
be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and, unless payment Is
made beforo will be sold on the 26th day
of Juno,' 1920, at 10 o'clock a- nr.. to pay
delinquent assessment, together with tho
cost of advertising and expenses of salo,
FRED J. VTCKS.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Greece Is planning to build railways
I which for years it has begged Turkey
AN Ordinance amending- Section 639 of
Chapter 38 and Section CAS of Chapter
38 of tho Revised Ordinance of Ogden
City as amended by Ordinance adopted
and passed August 29, 1919. and Janu- (
ary G, 1920. organising and fixing the
salaries of tho officers of the Police De
partment of Ogdon and providing for
tho removal of members tnereof
Be It ordained by tho Board of Commis
sioners of Ogdcn City. Utah.
Section 1. That Section 639 of Chapter i
33 and Section 648 of Chapter 38 of tho re
vised ordinances of Ogdcn City as amend- t
ed by ordinances adopted and passed An- ,
gust 29, 1919. and January 5, 1920. be and
the name are hereby amended to read as i
Section 639. Tho Board of Commission-
ers shall appoint a competent person to (
act as Captain of Police. The Board of
Commissioners may at any time remove i
such Captain of Police, or any other offl-
ecr. without cause, and without charges
being preferred, and without a trial, hear
ing or opportunity to be heard, whenever -In
the opinion of the Board of Commis
sioners tho cood of the service will be
subserved thereby, and the action of the ,
Board of Commissioners In making such -removal
shall be final and conclusive. The
City Recorder Bhall forthwith notify the
Captapln of Police or any other officer
In writing of his removal and from tho .
time of such notification the person so
removed shall in no caso be entitled to
any salary or compensation whatsoever. 1
Tire Captatn of Police shall furnish a. hond
In the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) '
Dollars, said bond to be approved by the
Board of City Commissioners.
Section 648. The officers, employes,
men and agents of the Police Department
shall receive monthly salaries, payablo as
aro the salaries of other city officers, in
amounts, as follows:
Captain of police, ox-offlclo Jailer
and ball commissioner 5185.00
Patrolmen, first class 140.00
Patrolman, second class 130.00
Plain clothes officer, first class.. 140.00
Plain clothes offlcor, second class.. 130.00
Detective, first class 140,00
Dotectlve, second class 130.00
Traffic officer 140.00
Motorcyclo officer, first class 140.00
Motorcyclo officer, second class... 120.00.
Desk sergeant 130.00
Guard and welghmastcr 90.00
Merchant'n patrol 45.00
Section 2. In the opinion of the Board
of Commissioners of Ogdcn City it in nec
essary' to the peace, and safety and gen
eral welfare of Ogdcn Cltv that this ordi
nance become effective Immediately.
Section 3. This Ordinance Is to tako ef
fect on the first (1st) day of Juno A. D.
State of Utah, County of Weber, ss:
T. C. T. Moycs. City Recorder of Ogden
City, Utah, hereby certify that the above
and foregoing Is a full, true and correct
copy of an ordinance entitled "An Ordl
nanco Amending Section 639 of Chapter
38 nnd Section 648 of Chapter 38 of tho
Rovlsed Ordinances of Ogden City as
Amended by Ordinances Adopted and
Passed August 29. 1919. and January' 5,
1920, Organizing and "Fixing the Salaries
of the Officers of the Police Department
of Ogdcn and Providing for tho Removal
of Members Thorcof," adopted and passed
by the Board of Commissioners of said
Ogden City on tho 27th day of May, 1920,
as appears of record In my office.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the corporate seal
of Ogden City this 27th day of May. 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
(Seal) City Recorder.
Published May 29th. 1920.
In tho Cltv Court of Ogdcn City, County
of Weber, State of Utah.
Merchants' Credit Bureau, Plaintiff, vs.
H. it Prouty. doing business under the
name nnd style of Prouty's Auto Hos
pital Company, DefendanL
Tho State of Utah to the Said Defend
ant: You nrc hereby summoned to appear
within ten days aitcr service of this sum
mons upon you, if served within tho coun
ty in whlh this action Is brought; oth
erwise, vBthln twenty days after this
service, and defend tho above entitled ac
tion; and In caso of your falluro so to do,
the plaintiff In this action will apply to
hc court for the relief demanded In the
complaint of which a copy Is hereto at
tached and herewith served upon you, and
will tako Judgmont against you for tho
sum of $213.83, with legal lntercnt there
on from February 29, 1920, together with
plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein,
for the recovery" of which Judgment this
action Is brought.
' JOS. E. EVANS.
P. O. Address: Eccles Building, Ogdcn,
Dated Ogden Cltv. Wober County, Utah,
this 27th day of May. 1020.
In the District Court of Wober County,
Stato of Utah.
C. V. Saltsgaver, Plaintiff, vs. LlUIc Salts-
The Stato of Utnh to Said Defendant-
You arc horeby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon you. If served within the
county In which this action Is brought;
otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend tho above entitled action;
and in case of your falluro so to do. judg
ment will be rendered against you accord
ing to tho demand of tho coinplalnL which
has been filed with tho clerk of said court.
The above entitled action has been
commenced and i.s being prosecuted for
tho purpose of severing the bonds of mat
rimony now and heretofore existing be
tween plaintiff nnd defendant.
T. R. O'CONNOLLY and C. M MAR
RIOTT. Plaintiffs Attorneys.
P. O. Address: Commercial National
Bank Bldg., Ogdcn. Utah.
In the District Court of Weber County,
State of Utah.
Nora llussel. Plaintiff, vs. Lawrence S
The State of Utah to Said Defendant
You nro heroby summoned to appear
within twonty days after service of this
alias summons upon you. if served within
tho county in which this action is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice: nnd defend the above entitled action;
and in case of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will bo rendcrod against you accord
ing to tho demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said court.
This action Is brought to obtain a judg
mont and decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony now and horctoforo existing
between plaintiff and defendant.
HARRIS & JHNSON,
P. O. Address: 311 Col. Hudson Build
ing. Ogdcn City. Weber County. Utah.
In the District Court of Weber County,
Stato of Utah.
Mario Smith, Plaintiff, vs. Frank Smith.
The State of Utah to Said Defendant.
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
alias summons upon you, If sorved within
the county In which this action la brought,
otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice; and defend tho abovo entitled action;
and In case of your falluro so to do, Judg
ment will bo rendcrod against you accord
ing to tho demand of tho complaint, which
has been filed with tho clerk of said
This action Is brought to obtain a Judg
ment and docree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing"
between plaintiff and defendant.
HARRIS Sc JENSON,
P. O. Address: 314 Col. Hudson Build
ing, Ogden City, Weber County, Utah.
In the District Court of Weber County,
Stato of Utah.
Mamie Steele, Plaintiff, vs. John Wesley
The Stato of Utah to Said Defendant:
You are heroby summoned to appear
within twenty days after sorvico of this
allaa summons; upon you. If served with
in tho county In which this action Is
brought; otherwise within thirty days aft
er servlco, and defend tho above entitled
action: nnd In cato of your falluro so lo
do. Judgment will bo rendered against
you according to tho demand of tho com
plaint, which has been filed with tho
clerk of said courL
This action la brought to recover a
judgment and decree dissolving tho bonds
of matrimony now and hlthorto existing
botwoon plaintiff and defendant, and for
HARRIS &. JENSON.
P O. Addross: Sulto 313 Col. Hudson
Building, Ogdcn City, Utah,
Consult County Clerk or the Respec-
tivo Signers for Further H
Estate of C. I. Johnuon, Deceased. H
The petition of Harry Hales for letter H
of administration In the abovo entitled H
estate, has been vet for hearing be for iH
Hon A. W. Agee. Judge, on Tuesday, the H
1st day of June. 1920. at 2 o'clock p. m at H
the county court house, In tho court room H
of said court. In Ogden City, Weber Coun- H
Witness, the clerk of said court, with IH
the seal affixed, this 19th day of laj-. H
WALTER N. PARR, Clerk. Hl
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk. H
W. R. Skecn, Attorney for petitioner ll
Estate of Kathcrino Ann Law, Deceased. H
The petition of W. S. Law for tho is- H
nuance to himself of letters of adminls- H
trntlon of above cut ate. In the above en- H
titled matter, lias been not for hearing H
beforA Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge, on Tues- H
day. the 1st day of June, 1920. at ten (10)
p clock a. nr., at the county court house, IH
In tho court room of cold court. In Ogden IH
City. Weber County. Utah. IH
Witness, tho clerk of said court, with ll
the seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of IIH
May, 1920. H
WALTER N. FARR. Clerk. IH
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk. MH
Devine, Stino &. Gwllllam, Attorneys for nH
Petitioner. ' H
Estate of Vinson Knight Bolnap, De- 'IH
Tho petition of Sarah Emley Belnap for ll
letters of administration, in the above -en- H
titled matter, has been set for hearing be- IH
fore Hon. A. E. Pratt, Judge, on Tires- , IH
day, tho 1st day of June, 1920, at 10 IH
o'clock a. m. at the county court house, In ll
the court room of said court. In Ogdcn fH
City. Weber County. Utah. i H
Witness, the clerk of said court, with H
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of H
May, 1920. H
WALTER N. FARR, Clork.
By Agnes Smith, Deputy Clerk. H
Hyrum A. Belnap, Attorney for Petitioner. IH
WASHINGTON, May 29. Sharon,
Pa., 21,747, Increase 6477, or 42.4 per
Bay City, Mich., 47,554, increase
2388, or 53 per cent
Atchison, Kan., 12,630, decrease
3799, or 23.1 per cent.
Bartlesville. Okla., 14,417, increase
8236, or 133.2 .per cent
Vancouver, Wash., 12,637, increase
3337, or 35.9 per cent
Hanover, Pa., 8664, increase 1607, or
22. S per cent
Wilmington, O., 5037, Increase 546
or 12.2 per cent. H
Iola, Kan., 8513, decrease 519, or 5.7
per cent IH
Bristol, R. I., 11,375, increase 2810,
or 32.8 per cent.
Bethlehem, Pa., 50,358, increase 37,
521, or 292.3 per cent,
Chester, Pa., 58,020, increase 19,493,
or 50.6 per cent.
Sunbury, Pa., 15,721, increase 1951,
or 14.2 per cent.
Willimantic. Conn., 12,330,' incrcasa
1100, or 9.8 per cent
Ashland, Wis., 11,334, decrease 260,
or 2.2 per cent H
BILL ON BACK TAXES OF H
CORPORATIONS PASSES H
WASHINGTON, May 29. Without
opposition, the hquse passed and sent
to the senate a bill amending tho 1918
revenue law so as to insure taxation !'H
of 2,500 personal service corporations
which treasury ofifclals said might
escape payment of taxes as a result of "
the supreme court's decision exempt' "
ing stock dividends from taxation. i
Under the measure personal service 1
corporations would be taxed on the ',
same basis as other corporations in- ;
stead of on the partnership basis. Un j
distributed profits of such corpora- M
tions would be taxed 20 per cenL iH
To discourage litigation and the re-
opening of old tax returns as result of i
slock dividend decision, the bill fixes ;
levies of thirty per cent on the net in-
come of such corporations for 1918 and I
20 per cent for 1919, unless the cor-
porations elect to accept as final the
returns made and taxes paid.
Without tho legislation, it was sard, ,(
the government might lose $6,000,000,- 1
000 in taes annually and then compel- jj
led to refund ten or twelve mililon dol- j
TWO YOUTHS VICTIMS
OF SWIMMING SEASON
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., May 29. The
Sioux river claimed its first victims IH
of the swimming season when two
boys, Harold Carrey, 14, and Eugene
Dunn. 13, both of thisclty, were
drowned. The boys In company with
Herman Ostlund, 13, had gone in
swimming, and Carey. It is believed
was seized with cramps. Young Dunn,
who was nearest, went to his rescue
and was dragged under by the boy.
Ostlund was unable to save either of IH
them. Both bodies were recovered.
TROOPS GUARD CITY
TO PREVENT RIOTING
BRISTOL, R. I., May 29. Troops of
cavalry and coast artillery patrolled
the streets of Bristol today to pre
vent a repetition of the rioting that
occurred yesterday when striking em
ployes of the National India Rubber
company sought to prevent other
workers from entering the plant.
During the night cavalry guards dis
persed several groups of strlkors near
REFUSES TO ABDICATE
BUDAPEST, May 27. (By the As
soclated Press.) Former Emperor
Charles, when asked rocontly to an
nounce bis formal abdication, is re
ported to have replied to Field Mar
Bhal von Koevcss, who made the re
quest, as follows:
"Why. am I not democratic enough?
Do I not listen to all parties and shako
hands will all comers? I wish to help
TORONTO, Canada, May 29. The
provincial legislature of Ontario has
adjourned after a session in which the
United party had things largely its
Opposition to the "farmers' govoni,
ment" during tho session was charac
terlzed by a spirit of "give the farm
ers a chance."