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W Standard Want Ad r ' 1 ADVERTISING PRICES Want d- , i IE IT'Q vertisement cost one cent per tr- t r-vtr? WOrd ,en ,,,u or 5 cent Pr ,,ne If YUU HERE of ffve wrd per day, ne flret In- itAMT VAt I ertlen lea than 25 cents, or two WAIN 1 . , T , 0r ore ,ine Per weel the rate A MVTUlMr SURELY of 2B cento per line per week, or ANYTHING wavit 75 cent per line per month. Re- 1TQ WMPtl member, five average words make 11 13 If n Una. All advertisements on tnle HERE Pfla muat be paid In advance. No ' exception to thlo rule. J WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED Girl or woman for house work; best wages; washing sent out. Please mention references. Address Lock Box 173, Ogden. 7-30-tf KITCHEN girl at the Virginia. 7-28-lwk A WOMAN to run small hotel laun dry. Also woman cook for thrashing crew. Tel. 1426. 7-25-tf tGOOD girl for cooking and housework in Ogden Canyon. Tel. 495. 7-22-tf Uf a invK .m a i r? uci D tv vii i ci-wnwMJtk niui-r CHOOSE your career I. C S. train ing plus spare time study equals Suc cess. International Correspondence Schools. S D. Rideout, Mgr., under Utah Nat'l' Bank. 7-29-lwk GOOD money to be made by a few hustling canvassers, gents or ladles. Applicant muat be at home and fa miliar with the city References want, ed. Address E, care Standard. 7-25 tf TWO men to leam automobile driv ing and repairing 2367 Hudson Ave. 7-25-lwk AGENTS WANTED AGENTS wanted. Call at 2525 Lin coln Ave. 7-28-lwk I I ' y 1 ' , , . . . CITl f & TfSKIC T A WTCn A WOMAN wants work by the dy Inquire at Dee-Neuteboom or call 1166. 7-29-1 wk EXPERT wallpaper cleaners; tinted walls. Edgren & Poulter, phone 1002-J BOARD AND ROOM J . MELROSE First-class board, nice S rooms; most suitable for couple, moBt reasonable, in city 2639 Jefferson. n 1 o 1 ROOM and board. 2133 Adams. aVjaVli ;;, UOK KENT FURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. NEWLY furnished up-to-date 3-room apartment; ideal location; no chil dren. 2341 Adams Ave. 7-28-lwk ROOMS for housekeeping; terms most reasonable. 2468 Wash. Best of fice rooms in Ogden; muat be rented. W. B. Wedell. 7-28-lmo TWO modern housekeeping rooms; gas. Phone 1386-J. 523 22nd. 7-27-lwk r, HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 249 26th St. 7-25-lwk FURNISHED rooms for rent. 621 26th. 7-25-lwk A FOUR-room furnished house, close i- op Bench, $20. J J Brummitt, un der Utah Natlonaal Bank. 7-25-tf HOU8E8 to rent. Inquire Dr. Rich. P Phone 60. 7-23-tf NEWLY renovated, strictly modern, at Stilwell Terrace. Rent reasonable. Phone 1028. 7-20-lmo NEW five room modern house. cheao. Phone 348-J 7-20-tf LIGHT housekeeping room. 437 Her rick. Tel. 1499-J 7-18 Imo FOUUR rooms for light housekeeping. TeL 803. 7 17 tf APARTMENTS, clean, cool, newly furnished, front; 1st floor; bath, laundry in basement; also 2nd floor apartments, 12 block east of Wash ington Ave. 447 21st. 7-17-tf HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd St 7-15-lmo ONE nicely fur. room, including bath. $1.60 per week. 2064 Adams. 6-18-tf Housekeeping rooms 2353 Mon roe Ave. 6-17-lmo ROOM for rent to 2 young men. 600 24th 8t. 2 tf MODERN furnished rooms with or without board; also modern rooms Tt for light housekeeping. 539 23rd St. 7-7-1 mo 4-ROOM furnished apartments, mod ern, rent reasonable. Apply Stilwell Terrace. 5-21-tf Furnished or Unfurnished. ROOMS. Price very moderate. TJtahna. FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave. 4.16-lyr - FOR RENT Furnished, new clean comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2 week up. lit Mat 8t 3-13-lyr Unfurnished houses, rooms and apartments. MODERN 6-rooru house, newly pa pered and painted One and one-half blocks from Washington Ave. No. 573 24th St. Apply at Horrocks Bros. 7 28 tf A NICE 7-room furnished house; well located on Bench $20. J J. Brum m'tt. Phone 59. 7-25-tf 4-ROOM, modern, brick house; unfur n 8.'d- 2077 Washington Ave. Inoulre Z3.0 Lincoln Phone 707-W. 7-29-lwk Rad the Classified Ada. a 2-ROOM house, with clothes closet and pantry, $5 per month. Phone 967. Call 663 27th SL 7-28-tf A GOOD. 4-room house, city water, electric light, good shape; close to depot. $12. J. J Brummitt, Phone 59. 7-25-tf 5-ItOOM, modern, house. Tel. 537-R. 7-27-lwk 4 ROOMS, cellar, water, electric light, $12 per month. 2721 Jeff. 7-10-lmo 5-ROOM modern brick; railroad local ity; young couple preferred. Lady will take rent in board. Phone 2222 from 9 to 12 a. m. 7-28-lmo FOUR down stair rooms or whole house, including 8 rooms and base ment, zbzi van Huren. rnone auo. 9-ROOM modern, 2663 Van Buren. Phone 86. Apply 411 24th St. 7-28-tf THREE-room house. Phone 900-W. 7-25 lmo 4 AND 5-room houses, with barn. W. 30th St. Christenson Shoe Co. 6-13-tf AN elegant 7-room, modern, brick housr. near shops, $25 J. J. Brum mitt, under Utah National Bank. 7-25-tf 5-ROOM modern house, plenty of shade, good place to raise chickens, $16 per Mo. Tel. 2363-W. 7-28-lwk 4-ROOM house in the rear of 2138 Jeff. Chrlstensen's Shoe Co. 5-15-tf MOfYERN R-rnnm hniiRO rur dennt: $20 per month. J. J. Brummitt. Phone 59. 7-18-lt A MODERN, 5 room house, nice lawn and trees; close to depot, $20. J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59. 7-25-tf GOOD 4-room house on Bench. $12 per month. J. J. Brummlt, Under Utah National Bank. 9-18-tf A FOUR-room house on Bench, city water and electric lights, $10. J. J Brummitt, under Utah National Bank. 7-25-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS PORTABLE garage. Address-P. O. Box 179. 7-27-lwk WANTED Clean , white old rags, at the Standard office. Phone 56, 360 24th St l 9 tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS TWIN Indian motor cycle; fully equipped, for sale cheap If taken at once. Inquire 552 17th St. 7-30-1 wk FINE carpet-linoleum, range and baseburners of seven-room house, $300. 1629 Grant. 7-30-21 FIRST-class livery, camping and fish ing outfits some good cheap horses, express wagon and buggies, harness. Old Corey Livery Stable, rear Chees raan Garage. Washington and 26th Phone 193 W. 7-30-lmo GRAVEL pit, cheap. First-class sand and gravel. Tel 1328-R. 7-29-lwk HUPMOBILE runabout Phone 63. 7-29-lwk FOR choice Apricots, call 951-M. 176 Harris St 7-29-lwk STOUT single top buggy, harness, saddle, barn, chickens, coops, etc. Phone 2159-J 7-27 lwk BARGAIN Ludlow spring wagon. In qiire rear 2451 Quincy. Tel. 2166 W. 7-28 lwk RANGE, folding bed, heating stove, child's bed. chairs and tables. In quire 440 27th St 7-27-lwk A SNAP; horse and buggy. Inquire 1950 Jackson; also harness. 7 23-2wka , COOK stove, cheap. 2220 Lincoln. 7 23-tf I WILL sell my credit certificate in the Glen Bros.-Roberts Piano Co , worth $110 will sell for $25. Inquire 176 Harris St Tel. 961-M. HORSE, light wagon and harness. 2010 Monroe Ave. 7-23-lwk SLIGHTLY used upright pianos from $75 up. Pantone, 29th and Hudson. 7-21 3wk 1912 Bulck runabout, cheap. 2874 Hud son. 7-18-1 mo FINE rare old Italian violins, guaran teed to be over 100 years old, prices reasonable. Pantone. 29th and Hud son 7-18-lmo OUR $450 Player Pianos have no equal; fully guaranteed, Pantone. 29th and Hudson. 7-3-lmo COWS for sale at Cow Market. Fresh or soon to be. We buy and sell id carload lots. We sell on approval Cor. Seventh and Wash. Phone 2129-R 4-11-tf ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand, in good condition, cost $760; will sell for $200 if taken soon; also one Chase & Baker piano-player, $10u. 340 32nd St. 8NAP if taken at once: Twin Indian. Just overhauled. See Vera Bullougb at Browning Bror. Repair Shop. MOTORCYCLE single. Apply Red field Repair Shop, Five Points. 6-4-tf MOVABLE dance paviihon; also can vas. Bargain fhone not. i7u- Lin coln 4-24-tf Read the Classified Ads. s DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING at 2610 Monroe. Tel. 1378-R. 7-4-lmo DRESSMAING and aewing; 2117 Quincy. Tel. 1369-M. 7-9-lmo DRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring. 2273 Adams. Phone 2880-W. DRESSMAKING. plan aewing. Phona 111, lit 22nd St lM9-tt LOST CHILD'S signet ring in Orpheum the atre or between there and 25th and Monroe. Tel. 2037-J. 7-30-3t found" BLACK and white, heifer, 1 year old. found at Plain City; has no brand or ear mark, lnauire E. G Tavlor. Plain City. 7-29-3t TO TRADE " 20 ACRES in alfalfa for citv property Phone 1804 or 1169 21st St. 7-27-lwk MOTORCYCLE for horse6 or cows. Phone 2619-W. 6-4-tf Your business card In the directory will keep your name and business be fore the people It will pay you try it. FOR SALE I 1 REAL ESTATE City Real Estate For Sal. JYowlieolsy strictly modern; hot water heat, sleeping porch. Phone 2083 7-23-2wks AN ideal home of two acre6, good im provements; for sale or trade bv own er. 668 7th St Tel. 1365-J. 7-28-lwk For Sale 317 Properties at Snap Prices. If you are in the Mar ket to buy or trade anything In Real Estate. See R. A. NORRI8, No. 2409 Hudson Ave. Phone 293. All Titles Guaranteed. 7 27 lwk 2V; ACRES of good fruit land; also good Jersey cow (fresh) and separa tor. 886 12tb St. 7-9-lmo AN elegant lot, 171 fent deep, located on Lincoln avenue, only $10 per front foot; $50 down, $10 per month. J. J. Brummitt, Under Utali National Bank. 7-18-tf MODERN house, 955 26th St. 7-10-lmo ANY kind of house you wish; lots. 6-27-lmo 5 ROOM house; 1 1-2 acre of ground, 3 blocks from Five Points school. Phone 1701-M. . 6-26-lmo A SPECIAL bargain by owner: 5 room, modern, brick bungalow on Bench, 24th St. Close in; easy terms Phone 1312-R. and I will call on you; It's worth investigating. i 150x132 ft to 20 ft. alley with three houses, city water, electric lights, rent for $32; R. R. district; owner needs money; will sell at a bargain; get particulars and make offer. E F Bratz. ONE of the greatest snaps in the city: An elegant 7-room modern bun galow with large basement, screen porch, largo lot, well located on the Bench in good neighborhood; this property is well worth from $4000 io $6000, for only $3500; $500 down, bal ance same as paying rent; low rate of interest. J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59. 7-18-tf LOT for sale at a bargain by owner. On Jackson, two hundred feet south of 26th St East front. Apply at 2671 Adams. COZY 5-room modern brick house, ce ment walk and basement; at big bar gain $2600 cash for a few days; well worth price $3300; prettiest location in town, 2964 Graat. 6 19 tf SEVEN-room brick house, close in, on Adams; modern, at a sacrifice; would trade for smaller house. See Owner, 2966 Adams. 5-18 imo u-ROOM house, 2 1-2 acres bearing fruit, modern barn, outbuilding, im plements; also fresh Jersey cow and beperato": half cash, balance to suit 886 12th St. 7-22-lwk County Real Estate For Sale 23 ACRES for sale on car line, 12 miles from Ogden; macadamized road all the nay, fine, sandy loam soil; 5 acres In bearing assorted com mercial orchard; balance of farm all cropped; good house. Owner leaving state reason for selling $6500; good terms, will take small home In Og den for part. Address H. M B., Brigham City, R F. D. No 2, Box 73-A. 7-8-tf FARMS! FARMS! FOR sale or trade. If its farm or ranch land you want, Walker's got it Come in today and we'll get you a farm for your City home. J. F. WALKER, REAL ESTATE, Basement of Broom Hotel. PHONE 460. OWN YOUR OWN I HOME Don't pay interest taxes, &c.. for your landlord. You can buy for a little down and a little every month a modern 5-room Bungalow, on Bench very cheap, You get the In crease In value which Is sure to come, Investigate It. M. SKEEN REALTY CO. Under Utah Nat. Bank. LAST ANALYSIS "What do you mean by the last analysis, dad?" "Examlninc the component parts of tha faaahj' Kansas CiLv JaiirnaJ. MONEY TO LOAN 6 PER CENT LOAN 6 PER CENT OBTAINABLE to buy, build or im prove farm, ranch and city property or remove incumbrance therefrom; special privileges and reasonable terms. For proposition, address: Fl nance Dept., 1627 Busch Bldg., Dal las, Texas. ANY amount on real estate Blchsal Investment Co., 41i 24ta St DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, guns, etc Thomas Loan Office, Grant & 26th' 6-18-lyr. MONEY OB first mortgage real aa tata loan. Kelly &- Bcrrick. ) II tf MORTGAGE loans on farm or city property. O. A. KENNEDY. Base ment of Utah National Bauk Bid. 1-ll-tt MONE7 to loan on real estate secur ity. J. J. Brummitt 4-27-tf LOANS on improved farm or city property. K. P. Hunter, 423 24th St.. opposite Court House. MONEY advanced salaried people on easy payments; no security; also loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake, 218 Co!. Hudson Bide. MONEY to loan on city and farm property. Any amount, no delay. Matthewe-McCuDocb Co, under First National Bank. Phone 301-W. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Of the Stockholders of Oregon Lumber Company. Pursuant to resolution duly offered and adopted by the Board of Direc tors of the Oregon Lumber company at a meeting of said Board of Direc tors held at the office of said cor poration on the 3rd day of July. 1914, and entered In the Minute Book ot said corporation as a part of proceed ings of said meeting, Notlca is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders Is hereby called and will be held in the office of said corporation in Room No. 621 of the David Eccles building in the City of Ogden, County of Weber, State of Utah, on the 8th day of August, A. D. 1914, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m , for the purpose of considering the re incorporation of the Oregon Lumber company, or amending of the present gon Lumber Company, whichever !n the judgment of the stockholders, at said meeting is deemed to be for the best interests of the said corporation and for the transacting of any other business of the said Oregon Lumber Company which may properly come before the stockholders thereof. Dated this 7th day of July, 1914. H. H. ROLAPP, Secretary. Date of first publication July 7, 1914. Date of last publication July 31, 1914. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Municipal Court in and for the City of Ogden, County of Weber. State of Utah, before Hon. W. H. Reeder, Jr , Municipal Judge and Ex officio Justice of the Peace. C. C. Herrington, Plaintiff vs. Ralph Smith Defendant. The State of Utah, to Said Defendant- You are hereby summoned to ap pear before the above entitled Court within ten (10) days after service of this summons upon you, if served within the county in which this ac tion is brought, otherwise within twenty (20) das after this service, and defend the above entitled action; In case of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the com plaint In said action which was filed In said Court on the 23rd day of June, 1914 This action is brought to re cover a Judgment on an account stat ed for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to defendant by plaintiff To the Sheriff or any Constable of Weber County, Greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof. Witness Hon. W. H. Reeder, Jr., Judge of said Court with the Seal thereof, this 21st day of July. 1914 (Seal) 1. N. FULTON, First publication July 22. 1914. Last publication August 19. 1914. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice i6 hereby given that the an nual mating of the stockholders of the Overland Mining & Milling com pany will be held at the office of E. M. Conroy. 300 25th 6treet. Friday, July 31, 1914, at 7.30 p. m., for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. A full representation is requested E. M CONROY, President. First publication July 2, 1914. Last publication July 30, 1914. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of Weber Coun ty, Utah. Mary E. Fitrgerald, Plaintiff vs Peter G. Paulsen. Thorra M Paulsen and C. F. Krauch, Defendants. To be sold, by order of said court, at Sheriff's Sale, on the L'lst day of August, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front door of the county court house in Ogden City, Weber County. Utah. The south 18 feet of lot 20 and alt of lots h and 22 in block Z of Ter race Subdivision to Ogden City in Weber County, Utah. T. A. DE VINE, Sheriff By C. ALLISON, Deputy. First publication July 30, 1914. Last publication August 20, 1914 MAKERS OF GEOLOGICAL TIME. Every one Is familiar with clams and snails, and many are acquainted with the pearly or chambered nau tllun. These shellfish represent the three main claases of the rnollusca, one of the great Jlvislons f.f the an! mal kingdom which has existed since the earliest recognized advent of life upon the globe, many millions of years before man first Inhabited It The cephalopods. the class which includes the chambered nautilus, are the most highly organized of all the rnollusca. They breathe by gills and are exclus ively marine. The cephalopods have comparatively few representatives liv ing today, yet in the past they were ery abundant, the remains of over 7,000 species having been found. One of the subdivisions of the cephalopods, the ammonoids, are nnw extinct, but of this particular group no less than 5000 species have been described from their fossil remains. During past ge ologic time these interesting Inverteb rates were very abundant and may have been the masters of the sea for a long period. To the scientist these Hssil cephalo poda are of especial value as markers of geologic time. They were so highly developed aa to be very sensitive to changes In the sea, and hence were constantly changing during the differ ent geologic epochs. An interesting feature of the am monoids is the complete record of the race which Is preserved in the shell. Each individual lives in a shell which its manufactures by its own secretions ments will bring $2,500. I sell property on a close margin and sell it Quickly. A. W. HADLEY 2484 Washington Avenue Phone 300 100 Homes for Rent Abstracts of Title Abels Abstract & Title Co. Inc , mov ed to 376 25th St., Broom hotel build-1 ing. Phone 4C0. We make abstracts of title anywhere in Weber county at reasonable charges. Auto and Carriage Painting There are a few autos in Ogden that need painting. We have painted 75 why not paint yours?; Touch up and varnish, 5 days; paint, 10 days. Whv ,l.lia m .hKK rimlan Cur- ' STOP PAYING RENT I ,1 We have several Five-room Modern Press Brick Houses I H for sale on small monthly payments, or we will build I H to suit you. Carl Ca Rasmusson I I REAL ESTATE Phone 115. 2428 Hudson Ave. I and when it outgrows the portion in which It resides it simply move8 for ward and builds n shelly partition be- MB mm mm M m W "" r J"' MW eH uecomes ouy. u the snake is inconsiderate 'mm mm m mf J chambered, and the earlier portions, enough to bite you in the neck such M m mm If Inclosed within the later, therefore a' bandage might prove more 'disas- ! ffattjlf r aT5 49 constitute a record of the develop- trous than the poison itsel: But for- mWmmm ment of the individual By a careful tunately, nearlv all snake bites are re- H nnn c j ?tuny of this anJ other groups, it celved upon the arms or legp. fl $0,UUU D-rOOm modern na been, found that animals in their After soaking the wound in hot fl brick rnttao on devlopment go through the various; water (if you can get some quickly), fl . s stages representative of their remote! suck It to extract tho poison. This la fl v2 U 1 n C y avenue. ancestors. In the more highly devel-1 not a dangerous procedure, unless vou fl Owner tr o i n a oned anima's with which we are famil-1 have a cut or scratch around your fl u 1 ej iar, such us the cat, this series of mouth. After this has be?n thoroughly fl away must sell changes recapitulating ancestral con- done, paint the area with tincture of at once dltions takes place In miniature in the iodine, cover with sterile pieces of cot- fl 1 ee 1 UIl,-c embryo, and after birth the animal has ton and bandage. The tourniquet can I $1,200 6-room frame COt- nly to Increase In size. In the am- then oe removed and the patient fl t a monoids, however, this series of watched carefully for signs of poison- fl tage , w l I n a changes Is recorded in the shell of ing. which is first manifested by a ' I few improve- animal Geological Survey. feeling of falntness. If this occurs the I oo ' CAMPERS AND SNAKE BITES Of all the calamities liable to befall! us on a camping trip that will test our nerve, perhaps the worst is to he bit ton by a snake If this unfortunate thing should occur prompt action is imperative. Bind a handkerchief, or rope, or piece of bandage above the bite; that is, on the side nearer the heart, by inserting a stick under this bandage and twisting it, sufficient tightness can be produced to prevent Fruits Fresh Fruits and Vegetables deliv ered to any part of City. I Kallas; 224 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 587. Funeral Director C. J. A. LINDQUIST, The Undertaker. 2C20 Washington Ave. Grocery and Bakery Try our best quality coffee, 40c the 11. 1 J 1 M A the return flow of blood from the bite wound. This is to keep the snake I poison from circulating through the fl tourniquet should be immediately re applied and the wound once more vig orously sucked. A teaspoonful of aro matic spirits of ammonia every half hour for three or four doses if neces sary will act as a satisfactory stimu lant to the heart August "Outing. oo L Ethel Jack tried to kiss me. 1 j Marie How impudent' ' Ethel But he was interrupted. ! Mabel How annoying! Boston I Transcript. Ogden Business Directory j I Classified Alphabetically 1 riage Co.. Phone 1026-W. 1701 Wash. Accordion Plaiting Done in all lengths. 2568 Cole's Court, rear 240 26th St, Tel. 1180-M Attorneys E. T. Hulanlski, First National Bank Bldg. 12 IX tf Bakery Eat "Ullklt and Domestic Science" Bread. Ulikit High Grade Bakery Goods. The Domestic Science Baking Co., 2268 Grant Avenue. Phone 538. Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing We furnish all kinds of rubber tires. Carriages, buggies, wagons, automo biles, etc., repaired. New wagons made to order O. E. Savage, Cor. Washington and 22nd St. Phone 389-W. I 1 " ' Billiards Billiards and pocket billiards; new tables. "The Cosey," 326 25th St- Chili Con Carne The Real Mexican, wholesale and retail at the Bismark, Phone 339. City Scavenger City Scavenger, McCarty & Co., 2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018-W. Counselor-at-Law Lawyer O'Connolly over Commer cial National Bank Bldg, 369 24th St. Phone 11. Contractor and Builder All kinds of mill work, band saw ing and stair-building. Mfgrs. of sash, doors mouldings, mantels and frames P A- Isakson & Co., 247-261 22nd St. pnesM 1808-J Coal and Lime All the good coals and a 1 1 the coals j good. For the best coal man iu town, phone 27. John Farr Coal Co Yard 2041 Washington Avenue. Carpet Cleaning K Van Kampen Phone 883 for up holstering, mattress making, restretch ing of bed springs. Chiropractor F. J. Freenor, D. C , Graduate Chir opractor. No drugs, surgery or os teopathy; try chiropractic. Rooms 212-213-214 Col. Hudson Bldg. Phone 311. Carpets Cleaned Carpets cleaned and laid by steam Phone McBride. Telephone 1844-W. 2 17 14 Decorating and Paints MULLER DECORATING CO. Opposite library. Where the ladles obtain paints and little tricks of the brush Best paperhanglng with a guar antee. Employment Agency Burt Linn Emp. Agency, Am. & Fore ign Labor. All kinds of help furnished free to employer. 207 26th. Phone 1246 ni. i Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Dr. Wright, practice limited to Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. Glasses cor rectly fitted. Col. Hudson Bldg. J iu- n.itsv gooa cneaper graaes zoc m 35c. lb. Phone 1145-W J. J. Sch wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave. Groceries Also agents for U. S. Cream Separ ators and O. K. Electric WTashing .Ma chines. RUSSELL JAMES CO. Everything to eat and then some. Hotel Safety, comfort, moderate. New Brigham hotel. 24th and Wrall One block from depot. Only fire-proof hotel in the city. Reduced rates for permanent guests. Rates, 75c and up. Theo Gorle, Prop. Jeweler A full line of fine jewelry and wat ches Watch repairing a specialty. H. F. Upp, 247G Grant Ave. Junk Ogden Junk House If you have any ; kind of junk, phone us up. We will call for it. Tel. 210. Job Printing DENKERS t SON. Printers Established in 1902 It will pay you to see u6 first Phone : 1S43-J, 421-423 23rd St Masseur and Chiropractor B. Cowhshaw, Masseur and Chiro practor. Suite: 511 Eccles Bldg. Monuments Large stock Choice selection. Fine pranite and marble Joseph Parry & Sons Co. 2253 Washington Avenue. Phone 721-W. Meat Market Russell-James Company. Also a full Una of groceries "Everything to eat." See our Dept. of Household Needs. Cor. 24th and Lincoln Ave. Phones 412 and 413. ' Mechano-Therapist Dr. H. A. White, M. T. D., Graduate Mechano-Theraplst, over Smalley's j T!fi 'VM-h St All rhrnnir il(ac.isrs cn. cessfully treated without drugs. Con sultation Iree. Phone 1854-W. Monuments See Mitchell Bros, for Monumental work. Don't pay big commissions to i agents, pictures of monuments are misleading. Yard. 2003 Jefferson Ave. Phone 2218 Notary Public O. A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na tion'al Bank Building. 1 19 tf New and Second-hand Goods ALVORD & ANYTHING "A to Z." SING it and RING it 3J3-W. 2 2 tf Photographer The Noggle Studio. Fine portraits, views. AH kinds of commercial work. Best kodak ilnlshlng in the city. Phone 388-J 4l6-24th St. Painting and Decorating W'e will haug your wall paper We will paint jour house We will tell you how to do It yourself Griffin Paint Co., 2310 Washington Ave. Pianos and Organs SPECIAL SALE of Pianoa and Vlo juS McKinley, Century, Boston and Superior Editions, and everything musical. E2ra H. G. Williams Music Co., 2215 Wash. Ave. Phone .UJ. Printing For good and up-to-date Printing Call 1166. Dee-Neuteboom:"362 Wash. Av. 1 1 Physician and Surgeon Dr A Femlundj Physician and Sun geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p. m. New 1 4 Peery Bldg Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W Residence phone 2129W. 646 Wash. Ave. - , Real Estate f. J. J. Brummitt Ixans Insurance, ! Real Estate, 2402 Washington Ave. Under Utah National Bank, Phono 59. ! Fifty choice lots for sale, half block from car line. $10 down easy pav ments. Phone 393. Hussev-Woods Realty Co., 2408 Washington Ave. Stratford Collection and Reporting Co. Employes none but good attorneys. Conveyancing, probate business, per sonal injury cases, divorce proceed ings and all other legai matters promptly and efficiently handled. Storage Batteries Recharged, repaired, stored; satis- j faction guaranteed. Electric Service Co., 425 24th St. 1 Second-hand Goods New and Second-hand furniture. : clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex changed, also trunks and suitcases I cheap. A. Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth St 6 13 lyr Sanitary Work Your Garbage hauled regular. Sani tary can furnished free. Sanitary Gar bage Co.. Phone 61;0. Shoe Repairs OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY. Soles sewed for 75c. Rubber heels i - oith at Stove and Range Repairs SummeriU's Stove Repair House, F. Summerill, Sr.. 2141 Jefferson Ave. ) Tel. 3G4. F. Summerill. Jr., 2304 Wash. Ave. Tel. 195 A complete line 1 of repairs and water jackets. Stoves both new and second-hand. , Spirella Corset Mrs. Smith Tel C61-W. 4C4 24th. Vacuum Cleaners One Dollar Per Day, delivered and I called for Electric Service Co., Phono 88. Up 21th St Watchmaker and Jeweler SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel ers and Engravers. 336 Twenty-fifth BtreeL Phone 1300-J , Western Foundry and Machine Co. All kinds of brass and iron castings, Machine Boiler and Sheet lion Work. I Phone 617. J 1 1 NO RIP SLEEP THERE, . Joe Jefferson once played a one night engagement as Rip Van Winkle in a small Indiana town. In the hotel at which he stopped whs an Irish por ter, who. from toe serious interest he took In the house, might hac been the proprietor. At o'clock" the next morning Mr .frtfeison was awakened by a violent thumping on his door. He had left no "call" order, but hU Bleep was spoiled, so ho arose and soon Lpiared before the clerk, Indiiuantly demand ing to know whv he had been called. Taking the clerk by the ccit. the Hibernian led him to one bide and said in ;i frhiaper, -Ho were sbnorlng Ji like a horse, sorr. and Oi'd heerd the l's say as l'.ow he were wunst afthcr shlapln'g for twenty years, so 01 ez to mesllf 'Moll. p. it s comin' on to him ag'in an' It's your dnty to get him right out o' yer house.' " LaJTes Home Journal. oo KEEPING IT DARK. "Isn't It very embarrassim?? Mr Skittles enn hardly tell his wife from her sister who's come to stay with them." wf "Ji he worrying?" Oh, no! He'd just as soon remain I in the dark " Judge. j oo- I Blue eyes are said to be the strong- est and rav ones next.