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t THE OGDEN STANDAKD, OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914. 1t - H
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WATCH THE WANT ADS
To watch the want ads is
to be "in" when opportun
ity knocks.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL to aec,l9t with housework Mrs
Ioyle, 322! Ogden Ave 8-16-lwfc
OLSON Ruk Works Beautiful rugs
made from old earpet6 aud rugs 371
22d st Phone 2390-J. B-15-lwk
WAN'TF.n An vnf.rlonfort rirl for
- . , . . . . . c
housework $6 per week no wnshing
I , references required, Phone 786
V S-14-tf
A KITCHEN girl at the Virginia
8 10-lwk
GOOD sir! for general housework,
rr.usl be good cook. 574 24th. 8 5-tf
WANTED MALEHELP
WILL pay reliable man or woman
$12 50 to distribute 100 Free pkg
Perfumed Borax Soap Powder among
frifTKlfl No mone required Ward
Borax Co., 216 Institute PI., Chicago
8-15-lt
RAILROAD firemen, brakemen, $1 20.
Experience unnecessary Send age,
postage Ralhva care Standard
8 15-4t
I WISH to hoar from young men and
women who are now employed, those
who would like to materially increase
their iucome will learn of a fine open
ing by writing me All letters will be
ronpidored confidential Addres? K
K Comstock, Box 113, El Paao, Texas.
S-lo-tf
VOUNG man tot delivery wagon
Kerns, 24R9 Washington. 8-15-lt
DELIVERY bos- and grocery Clerk.
1800 Wash. 8-13-tf
Tlmenaote ;
SALESMEN Casta those spare hours.
The time you loaf around the hotel
v. ill bu you a Dew suit once a week.
Carry and sell our line on the side.
Line consists of Enameled China.
Aluminum and Tin Ware All staple
Bkdlckfl pocket samples easy sales
long terms. Liberal commission
paid weekly, write at once .Mercan
tile Sales Co. 1115 Walnut Ae, N.
K Cleveland Ohio. 8-16-11
SALESMAN Capable specialty man
for L'Lah; 6taple line on new and ex
ceptlonal terms, vacancy Sept 1; at
tractive commission contract; $35
weekly for expenses Miles F Blxler
Co., 277-33 Carlln Bldg , Cleveland. O
8-15-lt
SALESMEN We desire a forceful
and aggressive salesman for a high
class calendar, leather and novclt'
line to represent us in Ogden; also
for several counties in Utah; will
onstder applications only from men
of reliable character and real selling
ability Tbos. J. Beckman Co., 827
Filbert Bt . Philadelphia Pa
SIDELINE salesmen making small
towns. .Tu6t the premium proposition
you are looking for Something a lit
tle different than other houses are
putting out. We guarantee our goods
to sell or take back unsold goods. For
t full particulars write today May Mfg
Co. 212 West Slegel St . Chicago. 111.
8-15-lt
"business
opportunities
OPPORTUNITIES Vi lorla, beauti
ful capital British Columbia, most
temperate climate on continent; oo
portunitles dairying, fruit growing.
ppUltry raising, now industries, no
hot summers, no cold winter? ; rain-
Kill -O IIH net), iniini iSBiwutnu
tourist city on Pacific coast, popula
tion 66.000; write Victoria A island
Development Association, Victoria.
B. C. 8-15 It
Situations" wanted-
NURSE desires work ns nursing and
also willing to do some housework;
dfiarge reasonable. Call 11j6. 8-15 lwk
AN experienced nurse desires obstet
ric cases at home. Terms moderate
311ft Adams avenue Phone 1221 1.
8 12-lmo
II CURTAINS done up Phone 1701 -M.
I 8 8 lmo
EXPERT wallpaper cleaner; tlnte 1
s Trails. Edgren & Poulter. phone 1002-J
BOARD AND ROOM
ROOM and board. 2333 Adams
3-16 tr
I OK KENT
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AN J
APARTMENTS.
-ROOM, 2247 Adam 8-10-tl
WELL furnished room with slr-cpln
perch; best location in city 6';:: 26th
B-15-lwk
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
ing, $12 month 2946 Chllds Ave
Phone 1857-W. 8-14-1 wk
FOR RENT Furnished, new clean,
comfortable houaekccplns rooms, $2
week up. 536 3l&t St. 2-12-lyr
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
-427 24th 8 LS-lmo
j 4
FURNISHED room for one or two
c ntlemen, with private familv 2242
Lincoln A.- 8-10-1 wk
k r. ROOM modem brick, railroad local-
j "y. young ouple preferred Lud
ft. J Rill take rent in board. Phone 8222
I rem 9 to 12 a m 7-2S-lmo
L HOU8ES to rest. Inquire Dr Rich
4X000 609. 7-23 tf
Opportunity Hunting is a Life long Hunt
AND THERE IS NO CLOSED SEASON
The Standard's classified ads are watched by investors for "op
portunity news." People who make their money work for them
are accustomed to find, among the classified ads. investment
chances which mean ultimate profits. Put that property you
want to sell "Under the Spot Light."
NEWLY renovated, strictly niod?rn,
it Stllwell Terrace Rent reasonable
Phone 1028 7-20-lmo
LIGHT housekeeping room. 437 Her
rlck. Tel. 1499-J 7-18-lmo
FOUUR ix)ms for light housekeeping.
Tel. 803. 7 17 tf
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 171 22nd St
7-15-lmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2353 Mon
roe Ave A
ROOM for rent to 2 young men 600
24th St. 6 20 tf
4-ROOM furnished apartments, mod
ern, rent reasonable Apply Stiiwell
Terrace 5-21-tf
Furnished or Urtf urnlahed.
ROOMS. Price very moderate. Utahna
FURNISHED Hats. 2634 Grant Ave.
4-16-lyr
FOR RENT"
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOM3
AND APARTMENTS.
FTVE-room modern house, plenty of
shade Phone 2353-W. 8-15-lwk
FI E room modern house, nice lawn.
Tel 2247-W 1'664 Adam?. K-14-lwk
A MCE ''.-room house for rent; pan
try 2 closets and light; $8 25 per mo.
Call 1415 M or 1166. n 8 18-lwk
LIGHT, ground floor office rooms in
the old BUgar Bldg.. 416 24th St See
Wm H Allison. Bcclefi Bldg. 8-13-lwk
40x40 FT. shop In good condition,
good lnrge barn and buggy phed;
would make good storage rooms. 2952
W all Tel 373-R. B-13-lwk
5-ROOM, modern 2603 Van Buren.
Phone 1932 W Apply 411 24th St.
8 11-tf
A GOOD six-room modern house, well
located on Bench. onl $18 J. J
Bruramitt, Phone 59.
MODERN, 5-room house, with cellar
( lose In Apply 450 20th St or Phone
2667-W. 8-10-lwk
CALL afternoons or evenings for
unfurnished houses 2103 Adams.
8-5 lmo
2-ROOM house, with clothes closet
atd pantrj, $5 per month Phone 067
Call 653 27th St 7-28-tf
A VERY desirable seven room bunga
low; well located, in good neighbor
hood on Bench, nenr two car lines,
cheap at $25 J. J Bruramitt, under
Utah National Bank. 8-11 tt
4-ROOM house, modern, rear 213s
Jefferson. Christenson Shoe Co 8-7-tf
A FOUR -room home, water and lights
in railroad district, ?12. J. J Brum
mitt. Phone 59. 8-11-tf
FOUR" down stair rooms or whole
house, including 8 rooms and base
ment. 2621 Van Buren. Phone 905.
THREE-room house. Phone 900-W.
7-25-1 mo
.
4 AND 5-room houses, with barn. W.
30th St Christenson Shoe Co. 6-13-tf
A MODERN 5 room cottage, lawn,
and trees, near depot, $20. J J. Brum
mltt, under Utah National Bank.
8 11 tf
AN elegant 7-rocm. modern, brick
houBf near shops, $25. J J Brum
mitt, under Utah National Bank.
7-25 tf
4 ROOM house In the rear of 2138
Jeff. Chrlstensen's Shoe Co. 5-15-tf
WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Clean, white old rase, at
the Standard offkw. Phone 56, 360
2h St. 1 9 tf
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FINE Remington autoloading shotgun
228 1-2 26th St. 8-15-lt
LIGHT Bain wagon In good condition,
botn tongue and shafts, will sell at
once; a bargain. Phone 373-R. or 2952
Wall avenue 8-13-1 k
1
GOOD young team of horses wagon,
harness for sale or would exchange
for land in the suburbs P. O. Box
:''7- 8-13-lwk
TENT 10x12; good condition; cheap
Address 2732 Hunter's Court. 8-10-1 Wk
PrVE-paaaenger interstate auto, good
condition; the greatest bargain In the
city Call. See It at 2952 Wall ave
, 'Jhone 373-R. gs lwk
I '
FIRST-clasB horse and buggy, cheap
Inquire Bvana Grocei j 8-io Iv, k
THE entire furniture of eight rooms
and house to rent. $20 per month Ad
dress. , care Standard 8-6-lrao
iG-room house, bath and clothes closet
- hot und COld snter for sale, rea
sonable Inquire jo i4th St. 8-3-tf
SOME good horses, wagons, buggies
and harni SB for sale or trade cheap
Old Corey Livery Stable, rear Cheea
man Garage, aehiugton and 28th
19:MV 7 3M.no
cows for sale at Cow Btarket Freib
or soon to be Wo buy and sell In
carload lots. Wc sell on approval
Cor Seventh and Wash Phono 2129-R
4 11-tf
j SLIGHTLY used upright pianos from
$75 up. Pantone, 29th and Hudson.
1 7-21 3wk
1912 Buick runabout, cheap. 2S74 Hud
son. 7-18-lmo
FINE rare old Italian violins, guaran
teed to be over 100 years old; prh.es
reaeonable. Pantone, 29th and Hud
son. 7-18-lmo
OUR S450 Player Pianos hare no
equal, fully guaranteed. Pantone,
29th and Hudson. 7-6-lmo
ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand, in
good condition, coat $750, will sell for
on. ,f n 1. . 1 -.. -
Baker piano-player. $100 340 32nd St
SNAP if taken at onco- Twin Indian,
Just overhauled. Seo Vern Bullougn
at Browning Brop. Repair Shop
MOTORCYCLE single. Apply Red
field Repair Shop, Five Points. 6-4 tf
MOVABLE dance pavlllion; also can
vas. Bargain. Phone 81(3. 21 7U Lin
coln 4-24-tf
I FOR SALE
1 REAL ESTATE
City RjyteFSie
ONE lot, t.4S l'th St., 38 1-2 Ctxl32 ft ,
with Co-operative drhe; sewer and
water in foundation site, a snap f
taken at onco Call 373-R or 2952
Wall Ave. 8-13-lwk
7-ROOM house, pantry, closet and
bath, bargain If taken at once Will
take auto in exchange. Inquire,
Phone 6 K-l-1 8-11 lwk
2 ACRES of fruit land, 5 room
house modern barn and outbuildings,
and implements, fresh Jersey cow
and separator Part cash, the rest In
payments Phone 900-W . 886 12th St.
8-2 lmo
A MODERN 5 room cottage with
trees, lawn, everything in good shape,
located near the depot, for only
$2300; $200, balance same as paying
rent. J. I Brummltt, Phone 59. 8-11-tf
THOSE lots in Wilson Lane, 66x330
feet, are only $450. You pay $10 cash
l and $10 per month Finest soil in the
county, (.'all and get copy of plat.
O A Kennedy, uuder UtAh National
Bank Bldg. 8-7-6t
o'N your own home. Why not?
Money paid out for rent is forever
lost; for some down and a lPtle every
month you ran buy cheap, wunuy.
oozy 5-room modern brick bungalow,
917 24th St See me about it W. H
Yoorhles, Phone 1312-R.
FARMS! FARMS!!
IF you want to buy or trade your
heme in town for farm land by all
means come and see me. I specialize
on f.rm lands and exchange of prop
erty. Come today or Phone 460 J. P.
Walker, Real Estate, Broom Hotel
basement.
AN elegant lot. 171 feet deep, located
OH Lincoln avenue only $10 per front
foot. $60 down. $10 per month .1 J.
Brummltt, under Utah National Hank.
8-11-H
FIVE room modern frame dwelling
house, large lot, corner Shorten and
Pacific avenues, cheap at $2626 E
F. Bratz. 8-1-if
ANY kind of house you wish; lots,
flrb Insurance and loans 3519 Adams.
6-27-lmo
i-ROOM house; 1 1-2 acre of ground,
3 blocks from Fh'e Points school.
Phone 1701-M. 6-26 lmo
LOT for salo at a barcaJn bv owner
On Jackson, two hundred feet south
of 26th St Ea9t front. Apply ai 2671
Adams.
COZY 5 room modern brick house, ce
ment walk and basement; at bic, bar
gain $2600 cash for a fw days; well
worth price, $3300, prettiest location
in town. 2964 Grant 6 19 tf
SEvEN-room brick house, close Id, on
Adams; modern at a sacrifice; would
trade for smaller house. See Owner,
C96G Adams 6-18-'itno
MONEY TO LOAN
W HEN you want $10 or mure ASK
MB DIX, Lis Col. Hudson Building
Salaried people can K't it without
security. Others on Furniture, Pia
nos, etc Can be repaid in small
weekly or monthly payments.
DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, guns,
etc. Thomas Loan Office, Crant fil'Sth."
6-18-lyr
MONEY on ftrBt mortgage real 9
lat loam. Kelly & Herrlck. 3 iu tt
MORTGAGE loan on farm or city
property. O. A. KENNEDY Base
ment of Utah National Bank Bldg
MONEY to loan on city ond farm
property. Any amount, no delar.
Watthews-McCuUocb Co.. under First
National Bank. Phono 301-W.
6 PER CENT LOANS 6 PER CENT
OBTAINABLE to buy. build or im
prove farm, ranch aud city properly
or remove incumbrance therefrom;
special privileges and itasouabie
terms For proposition, address: Fl
nance Dept . 1527 Busch Bldg , Dal
las Texas.
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property. It. P. Hunter, 423 2iih
St.. opposite Court House.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J Brummltt 4-27-U
DANaNGTESSONS
2947 Porter Ave. Phone 2244 M
8-4-lmo
Read the Classified Ada.
Read the Classified Adn,
WATCH THE WANT ADS
To watch the want ads is
to keep every business in
stinct alive.
LOST
MEMBERSHIP pin of "Rice Leaders
of the World. Hallanger, 423 24th St
8-14-tf
BETWEEN Ogden und Logan, via
Wellsville canyon, black wallet con
taining $200 in currency. Ticket to
N. Y. and return, other valuable pa
pers Advise B W. Venable, rare
Standard Office for reward. 8-1 1-1 wk
A UTAH stone ring, between Patter
son avenue and Wall avenue Reward,
return to 227 West Patterson. 840-lwk
DRESSMAKING
DRESSMAKING anci sewing; 2117
Qufncy. Tel 1369-M. 8-12-lmo
DRESSMAKING and ladles' tailoring.
2L'73 Adams. Phone 26S0-W.
DRESSMAKING plan sewing Phoni
991 278 22nd St. 12-1 9-tf
TOTRAgg
MOTORCYCLE for horses or COWS
; Phone 2619-W. 6-4-if
Your business card In the directory
will keep your name and business be
fore the people It will pay you try
DANCING STUDIO J
FIELDS, 427 Col. Hudson Blk. Waltz,
two-step, three-step taught in four les
sons daily Learn the half-and-half,
one-step canter, high jink, scroll and
twinkle waltz. The real hesitation.
8 12 lmo
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah, 1907, and the
authority vested in me by said sec
tion, I. the undersigned Wallace Foul
( ffet Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber
I County, Utah, hereby give puhilc not
. ice that a special tax amounting to
$469.76 dollars has been levied for
Sidewalk Distrkt No. 127 for the pur
pose of constructing concrete side
walks in said district by an ordinance
j duly passed by the City Commission
; era of Ogden City, Utah, and approved
! by the Mayor of snid City and pub
j II shed on July 17th, 1914, said tavos
being levied on all of the abutting
! property on the following street?
! comprising said Sidewalk District No.
I 127: All that part of Thirtieth street
' on the north side, between Wall and
I Kings a enues
The said tax is payable in r install
ments; The first Installment become? de
linquent September 5th, 191 I
The second Installment becomes de
llnquent July 17th. I9i.".
The third installment becomes de
linquent July 17th, 1916.
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent July 17th. 1917.
The fifth installment becomes In
linquent .Tuh' 17th. 1918.
Each of the said installments, ex
cept the first, shall draw Interest at
the rate of six per cent per annum,
from the date of the levy as afore
said, and if any or either of said in
stallments shall be unpaid when they
become delinquent, interest thereon
shall be eight per cent per annum, un
til such delinquent assessments are
fully paid. Said tax shall be enforced
and collected as in any other case of
special tax and if not paid the prop
erty on which ald levy Is made will
he advertised and sold according to
law. This special tax is payable at
my office at the City Hall Ogden
City, Utah WALLACE POULGER,
City Treasurer. Ogden Cltv, Utah.
By C. T Koons, Deputy.
Published Aug. 12, 1911
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Law;:, of Utah, 1907. and the au
thority vested in mo by said section,
I Ik- ,1 I tt7 lln l.-" . , I -
Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber
County t'tah hereby give public not
ice that a special tax amounting to
$4,99 38 dollars has been levied for
Paving District No. II" for the pur
pose of constructing asphalt paving
In said district bv an ordinance duly
passed by the City Commissioners
of Ogden City, Utah, and approved
by the Mayor of said City, and pub
lished on July 17th, 1914, said taxes
being levied on all "f the abutting
proportv on the following streets
comprising said Paving District No
110 Ml that part of Fowler Ave.
from the south side or 2T.th street to
the north side of Twenty-sixth street.
The said tax is payable In 10 Install
ments:
The first installment becomes de
linquent September ."th. 1914
The second installment becomes de
linquent luly 17th. 191!",.
The third installment become de
iinquent July 1 7th. 191R
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent July 17tb. 1917.
The fifth Installment becomes de
linquent rul) 17th. 191?
The sixth installment beeomes de
linquent July 17th, 1919
The seventh Installment becomes
delinquent July 17th. 1920.
The eighth Installment becomes de
linquent July 17th 1921
The ninth installment becomes de
linquent July 17th. 1922
The tenth installment becomes de
linquent Inly 17th, 1923.
Each of said installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum, from
the date of the levy as aforesaid, and
it and or either of said Installments
shall be unpaid when they become
dellnqeunt, interest thereon shall be
oight per cent per annum, until such
delinquent assessments are fully paid.
Said tax shall be enforced and col
lected as in any other case of special
tax and If not paid the property on
which said ev is made will be ad
vertised and sold necording to law.
This special tax Is payable at my of
fice at the City Hall Ogden City,
Utah. WALLACE FOULGER,
City Treasurer. Ogden City, Utah.
By C. T. Koons, Deputy.
Published Aug. 12, 191 1.
Read the Classified Ads.
Read the Classified Ads.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
I piled Laws of Utah. 1907, and the au
thority vested in me by said section.
I, the undersigned Wallace Foulgor.
, Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber
I County, I tah. hereby plve public not
lee that a special tax amounting to
$13,416.00 dollars has been levied for
Paving District No. 109 for the pur
pose of constructing concrete pavln
In said district by an ordinance duly
passed l.y the City Commissioners
. of Ocden City, Utah and approved by
; the Mayor of said city and published
on July 17th, L314, said taxes being
levied on all of the abutting property
on the following streets comprising
said Paving District No. 109" All
that part of Lincoln Ave. from the
south side of 2Hth street to the north
side of Thirtieth street.
The said tax I3 payable in 10 Install
ments The firs' installment becomes de
linquent September fith, 1914.
The second installment becomes de
linquent July 17lh, 1915.
The third installment becomes de
linquent July 17th. 191C.
The fourth installment beeomes de
linquent July 17th. 1917.
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent July 1 7th 191S.
The sixth Installment becomes de
linquent July 17th, 1919.
The seventh Installment becomes
delinquent Julj 17th. 1920
The eighth Installment becomes de
linquent July 17th. 1921
The ninth installment become- de
linquent July 17th. 1929.
The tenth installment becomes de
linquent July 17th, 1923.
Each of 6aid installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum, from
the date of the levy as aforesaid and
If any or either of said Installments
shall be unpaid when they become de
linquent, interest thereon shall be.
eight per cent per annum, until such
delinquent assessments are fnllv paid
Said tax shall be enforced and col
lected as In any other case of special
tax and If not paid the oroprrtv on
which said lev Is made be ad
vertised and sold according to law.
This special tax is payable at my of
fice at the City Hall, Ogden Cltv,
Utah WALLACE FOTJLGER,
City Treasurer. Ogden City, Utah.
By C T Koons, Deputv
Published Aug. 12, 1914.
Read the Classified Ads.
WAS SHAKESPEARE A LAWYER?
"I confess," said Carlyle, "I have no
notion of a truly gTeat man that could
not be all sorts of men." Shakespeare
meets this test of preatnes6. says Hon.
lohn H. Light, Attorney General or
Connecticut, writing in the August
Case and Comment, tho Lawyer's Mag
azine. He was potentially all sorts of
rvinr. TV,1 I !,. f - V. I 1(1
uicu. i uie is uiiiuiK i. iium uis Mili
ary creations. He gave the world a
tplcal character for every social
class. We find in the pages of his
dramas great kings, great statesmen,
Rreat captains, great thinkers, great
doers, and men of common mold, and
each one speaks In perrect character
He knew what wan flttlnc for them to
say. He spoke the language of the
sea so well that many have thought
he must have been a sailor. He was
so familiar w ith all known plants that
some have insisted hf was a botanist
He showed such a mastery In medi
cine, and the symptoms of disease,
that others have said he was a phy
sician. And bis accurate use of lecal
terms and phraseologv have lod many
to say he was a lawyer He was ap
parently at home In the nomenclature
of all the learned professions. He
was a master of human nature, and
his characters are go true to life that
they have inspired constant thought
It Is said there has been more writ
ten about Hamlet alone than any his
toric character, save Christ; and up
ward of ten thousand different books,
essays and pamphlets have been writ
ten and published cuicernins Shakes
peare's personality and work This
is a unique record No other name
among men of letters has approached
it Hence, it Is no wonder that cer-
-m&
Ogden Business Directory I
Classified Alphabetically I
Abstracts of Title
Abels Abstract & Title Co. Inc . mov
ed to 376 25th St., Broom hotel build
Ing. Phone 460. We make abstracts
rf tit 1a .mvahprp In IVeher COUnt-V 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.
Why drive a shabby car? Ogden Car
riage Co.. Phone 1026-W, 1701 Wash.
Accordion Plaiting
Done In all lengths. 25G8 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St. TeL 1180-M
Attorneys
E. T Hulaniski. First National Bank
Bldg ' 12 11 tf
Bakery
Eat "Uliklt and Domestic Science"
i Broad. I'likit High Grade Bakery
Goods. The Domestic Science Baking
I Co., 2258 Grant Avenue Phono 538.
i .
Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing
We furnish all kinds of rubber tires,
j Carriages, buggies, -wagons, automo
! biles, etc . repaired. New wagons
made to order O E. Savage, Cor.
Washington and 22nd SL Phone 389-W.
Billiards
Billiards and pocket billiards; new
tables. "The Cosey," 326 25th St.
Chili Con Carne
The Real Mexican, wholesalo 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. MfgTs of sash,
doors mouldings, mantels and frames
P. A.'lsakson & Co, 247-251 22nd St.
Pboue 1S0S-J
Carpet Cleaning
K. Van Kampen Phone 883 for up
holsterlng. mattress making, restretch
ing of bed springs.
Chiropractor
F. J Freenor, D. C, Graduate Chir
opractor No drugs, surgery or od
teopatby; try chiropractic. Rooms
312-213-214 Col. Hudaon Bldg. Phono
311.
Chiropractor and Masseur
B cowllshaw. Masseur and Chiro
practor. Suite: 511 Eccles Bldg.
Carpets Cleaned
Carpets cleaned and laid by ateam.
Phone McBride. Telcphono 1S4I-W.
2 17 14
Employment Agency
Burt Linn Emp Agency, Am ft Fore
ign Labor All kinds of help furnished
free to employer. 207 25th Phono. 1246.
Electrical
Phn 1Q2W.
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Dr.. Wright, prac tice limited to Bye,
Ear Noae and Throat. Glasses cor
rectly ltted. Col. Hudson Bldg.
STOP PAYING RENT I
We will sell you a Five Room Modern Brick House,
worth at least $3500.00 for $2900.00. Small payment I H
down and balance on easy payments. See
Carl C. Rasmusson l m
REAL ESTATE
Phone 115. 2428 Hudson Ave. j H
Fruits
FYesh Fruits and Vegetables deliv
ered to any part of City, G. Kallas.
224 Twenty fifth St. Phone 587.
Grocery and Bakery
Try our best quality coffee, 40c the
lb. Also good cheaper grades, 25c to
35c. lb. Phone 1145-W J. J. Sch
! wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave.
Groceries
j Also agents for U. S. Cream Separ
I ators and O. K. Electric Washing Ma-
i chines.
RUSSELL JAMES CO.
Everything to eat and then some.
Hotel
Safety, comfort, moderate New
Brlgham hotel. 21th and Wall One
Mock from depot. Only fire-proof
hotel in the city. Reduced rates for
permanent guests. Rates, 75c and
up Theo Gorle. Prop.
Hussey-Woods Realty Co.
2408 Wash. Ave Phone 393 will
I trado 320 acres good land, all fenced
and 40 acres broke for city property
or farm. See us for ranches.
Jeweler
A full line of fine Jewelry and wat-
ches Watch repairing a specialty.
H. F. Upp, 2476 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 & SON.
Printers Established In 1902. It
will pay von to see us first, Toone
1843-J. 421-423 23rd St.
Monuments
Large stock Choice selection Fine
granite and marble Joseph Parry &
9 iib Co., 2253 Washington Avenue.
I Phone 721-W.
Meat Market
Russell-James Company. Also a full
line of groceries. "Everything to eat."
See our Dept of Household Needs.
Cor. L'4th and Lincoln Ave. Phones
412 and 413.
Mechano-Therapist
Dr II A. White, M. T D., Mechano
Therapist, over Smalley's, 336 25th
St. A Drugless treatment lor nervous
and chronic diseases. Try our meth
ods. Phone 1854-W.
Monuments
See Mitchell Bros, for Monumental
work Don t pay big commissions to
agenU; pictures of monuments are
misleading lrd, 2uu3 Jefferson Ave.
l'bone 2218.
Notary Public
O A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na-
tion'al Bank Building. l 19 tf I
New and Second-hand Goods
ALVORD & ANYTHING "A to Z."
SING it and RING it 388rW. 2 2 tf
Photographer
The Noggle Studio. Fine portraits,
views. All kinds of commercial work.
Best kodak finishing in the city.
Phone 3S8-J 416-24th St,
Painting and Decorating
We will hang your wall paper. Wu
will paint your house. We will tell
iOU how to do It yourself. Griffin
Paint Cj., 2310 Washington Avo.
Printing
For good and up-to-date Printing Call
L166. Dee-Neuteboom. 2362 Wash. Av.
Read the Classified Ads.
tain learned members of the legal pro- 1 H
fession have thought thev recognized i 1
In him a brother lawyer; for while l I
every' field of knowledge seems to i I
have been hir, province, his knowl- ill
edge of the law was remarkable. '
,r Arthur Lynch, member of tho Ail
British House of Commons, who was p'SK
sentenced to be hnnoH fn- t-a.nn H
during the Rnp.r war. has recenMy
been graduated by the high school of !
electricity in Paris, and taken out hia ' IK
license to drive a taxicab In the gay. WB
city. Sja K'
Hadley I
Real Estate I
$3,000 Beautiful 5-room brick cot- Kg-
tage; fine lawn; good neighbor- K
hood; really worth- $3,300. Ira
$2,200 Fine new frame cottage I Hn
4 rooms modern in every particu- Kef
lar excellent location on 21at K
street; $200 down, $20 a month.
A. W. Hadley I
2484 Washington Ave. Phone 300.
Physician and Surgeon reB
I Dr A Fernltind, Physician and Sur- nriH.F
geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p m. New
Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W ;...;
ResliienCA nhono 2129W. fi4rt Wash. Rr''
Ave. JH
Real Estate J
t. J. Brummltt, Loans, Insurance, "
Real Estate, 2402 Washington Ave. M
Under Utah National Bank, Phone 59. w1
Stratford Collection and ,rM.
Reporting Co. hH"1
Employes none but good attorneys.
Conveyancing, probate business, per ' fl
sonal Injury cases, divorce proceed- fl
lngs and all other legal matters Vlfl
promptly and efficiently handled. I
. H
Storage Batteries fl
! Recharged, repaired, stored; satis- fl
I faction guaranteed. Electric Service fl
Co., 425 24th St jfl
Stove Repairs
SUMMERILL'S Stove Repair House, fl
2304 Washington Ave. Tel. 3H4. Lead
ers of the west in stove repairs. 1
Second-hand Goods 'I
New and Second-hand furniture, H
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex J
changed; also trunks and suitcases I
cheap. A. Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St. 6 13 lyr
Sanitary Work
Your Garbage hauled regular. San!- 1
tary can funmhed free. Sanitary Gar-
bage Co.. Phone C10. j
OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY. fl
Soles sewed for 7oc. Rubber heols fl
35c. 322 24th St. I
i Jt
Stove and Range Repairs
SummerlU's Stove Repair House, F. ''fl
Summerlll, Sr., 2141 Jefferson Ave !fl
Tel. 364. F. Summcrill. Jr. 2304 MM
Wash. Ave. Tel. 195 A complete lino fl
of repairs and water jackets. Stovoa '"fl
both now and second-hand. fl
.
Spirella Corset fM
Mrs. Smith Tel. 661-W. 4C1 21th.
. i " ' . H
Vacuum Cleaners
One Dollar Per Day, deJhered and H
called for. Electric Service Co., I
Phone 88- UP 24tn st- I
Watchmaker and Jeweler j
SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel
ers and Engravers. 336 Twenty-fifth ( I
street Phono 13U0-J. t I
' . I
Western Foundry and
Machine Co. . I
All kinds ot brass and iron castings. t 1
Machine, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work. - fl
Phone 017. . - I
&DOGRAM I
No. 11 I
The man who is always I
cheerfully willing to fl
"make good" seldom has M
to. I
The merchant who has
built up the reputation of M
his establishment through
advertising is usually eager
to refund the money if the B
purchase la uot Batlsfact ir:
There is security to tho jm
purchaser in dealing with
the men who advertise.
Put merchants of this
kind are seldom called upon H
to do an undlng be- H
cause they watch closely H
gooda and service. I

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