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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914.
ifpi i ' ill itfaij v ' ' T' A want ad campaign WMT ADVERTISING IS OPPORTUNITY will sell that automobile or O that carriageor that ma- Se" ilthat ProPerty to a h reads chinery, or those fixtures- ad' ForJ,hw W'" mCa" COSt' 5 11 r 3 an aclequate pnec. lo want advertise it is to at small cost of time or make a sale a certainty if it is saleable. Better try money. a -want ad now today. GIRL or middle-aged woman wanted to work in store; fair wages; Btoadv Job. F. J. Ross, 288 2Snd St., City h' 8-1 7-1 wk WILL pay reliable woman 1250.00 for distributing: 2000 FREE packages Per fumed Soap Powder in your town No money required. Ward & Co., 216 institute PI.. Chicago. 8-22-lt ?r WANTED MALE HELP PAINTER wanted. Apply evenings. 526 16th St 8-22-2t I m RAILROAD, firemen, brakemen, $120. Experience unnecessary- Send age, postage, RaJlway, care Standard 8-15-4t SALESMEN WANTED TWO good salesmen for city and We ber county on Monday morning, 8 30 to 10. R. T. Petty, 2454 Grant Ave. 8-22-lt h SIDELINE Salesman Attention. This year's proposition the best yet. Get In touch with us at once for our live premium proposition. We guarantee our goods to sell or take back all un sold goods. Write today for full par ticulars. Canfield Mfg.Co., 208 Slgel Street, Chicago. III. 8-22-lt SALESMEN We desire a forceful and aggressive salesman for a high class calendar, leather and novelty line lo represent ub In Ogden; r.lso for several counties in Utah; will consider applications only from men of reliable character and real selling ability. Thos. J. Beckman Co . 827 Filbert St, Philadelphia. Pa BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES Victoria, beautiful capital British Columbia. Most tem perate climate on Continent Opportu nities dairying, fruit growing, poultry' raising, new industries No hot sum mers, no cold winters. Raiufall 26 inches. Finest residential and tourist city on Pacific Coast. Population 65. 000. Write Victoria & Island Deelop ment Association, Victoria. B. C. 8-22-lt situatTonswanted PRACTICAL nurse by day or Tveek; confinement home for out of town pa tients Pbone lloti. 8-20-lwk A WOMAN wants work by the day. Address 1586 Wash or call 1166. 8 20-tt EXPERIENCED uurse takes confine ment at home. 315 per week Tel 1671 R 8-17-lwk NURSE desires work as nursing and also willing to do some housework, charge reasonable. Call 1166 S-15-lwk AN experienced nurse desires obstet ric cases at home. Terras moderate 3119 Adams aenue Phone 1221-J. 8-12-lmo CURTAINS done up. Phone 1701-M 8 8-lmo EXPERT wallpaper cleaners; tinted walls. Edgren & Poultor. phono 1002-J BOARD AND ROOM ROOM and board. 2333 Adams. S-lS-tf OR KENT FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AN'J APARTMENTS. NEWLY furnished 3-room apartment. Strictly modern, ideal location, no children. 2'J4 1 Adams Ave. 8-22-luk 4-ROOM apartments with bath no hlldren, no dogs. 739 24th Inquire mornings. 8--2 lwk FURNISHED 4-room, modern brick (Ottage. gas, electric lights, bath, etc; close to high school, available Sept I: May be seen now. Inquire at 2538 Monroe Ave 8-214t DOUBLE room, suitable for two gen tlemen, also single rooms, well fur nished, strictly modern. 371 22nd St. 8-19-lk TWO neat, clean, furnished rooms for housekeeping, one-half block cast from Washington. 447 21st St 8-19-tf L. FURNISHED rooms, gentlemen pre ferred. 2732 Hunter's Court. 8-17-lwk HOUSEKEEPING rooms, modern; gas, shade. 2758 Lincoln. 8-17 lwk FOR RENT Furnished, new clean, comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 I week up. 536 31st St 2-13-lyr ONE furnished room, including bath. Jl 50 per month. Inquire 2054 Adams. S-17-lmo j FURNISHED roomu for housekeeping 427 24th. 8-13-lmol 4 I 5-ROOM modern brick; railroad loeal Cy; young couple preferred Lady will take rent in board. Phone 22:' from 9 to 12 a. m. 7-28-lmo HOUSES to rent Inquire Dr. Rich, Phone 609. 7-23-tf FOUUR rooms for light housekeeping. Tel 803. 7 17 tf ROOM for rent to 2 young men. COO 24th 8t I 20 tf 4-ROOM furnished apartments, mod ern, rent reasonable. Apply Stllweli Terrace. 5 21-tf A FurnUhed or Unfurnished. ROOMS. Prica very moderate Ulahna FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave. 4-16-lyr FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOM9 AND APARTMENTS, 4-ROOM modern house. Phone 25-N-2. ' 8-22-lwk 4-ROOM modern house; bathroom range. 554 27th St. 8 21 lwk TEN rooms, modern, 20th and Wash ington, $25 month Apply Kohn, 2783 Washington. 8-19-tf EIGHT-room brick house on Reeves avenue, $20 per month. Inquire 128 25th The Bismark. 8-18-1 wk EIGHT-room modern, 2363 Jefferson. Apply A. C- Emerson, 2325 Madison. 8-17-lwk FOUR rooms modern, 2&th and Wash ington. $16 month. Apply Kohn. 2783 Washington, 8-19-tf TWO five-room modern apartments, $25 per month, located on Monroe Ave.. Just south of 20th St. Phone 612. 8-17-tf TWO-room apartments, modern, dis appearing beds 2426 Monroe Ave. 8-17-lwk A VERY desirable seven-room bunga low; well located. In good neighbor hood on Bench, near two car lines; cheap at $25. J, J Brummitt, under Utah National Bank. 8-11-tf FURNISHED room for one or two gentlemen, with private family. 2242 Lincoln Ave. S-1S lwk 5-ROOM house; toilet, cellar, water; small famll., 351 28th St 8-21-lwk SEVEN-room modern house, 2646 Monroe. Call 2642 Monroe. S-19-lwk A GOOD six room modern house, well located on Bench, only $18. J. J. Brummitt, Phone 69. CALL afternoons or evenings fori unfurnished houses. 2163 Adams. S -5-1 mo 4-ROOM house, modern, rear 2138 1 Jefferson. Christenson Shoe Co. 8-7-tf; A FOUR-rooni home, water and lights In railroad district, $12. J. J. Brum mitt, Phone 59. 8-11-tf I FOUR down stair rooms or whole bouse, including 8 rooms and base ment 2521 Van Buren Phone 905. THREE-room house. Phone 900-W. 7-25 lino A MODERN 5-room cottage, lan, and trees, near depot, $20. J. J. Brum mitt, under Utah National Bank 8-11-tf AN elegant 7-rocm, modern, brick house near shops. $25. J. I Brum mitt under Utah National Bank. 7-25 tf 4-ROOM house In the rear of 2138 Jeff. Christensen's Shoe Co. 5-16-tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS OUR $450 Player Pianos have no equal, fully guaranteed, terms, $25 down and $8 a month, without inter est Pantone, 29th and Hudson. S-20-lmo BUCK range and kitchen cabinet, cheap Phone 2188-M. 8-22-tl EXTRA good fresh milch cow with heifer calf; also seeral others. Phone 2GG4-W 8 20-Ui SINGER Sewing Machine, cheap, par ty leaving town 410 26th. Phone 1287 S-lS-lwk GOOD young 1100 iKund mare, trap buggy and harness, cheap, terms 618 '-'2nd St, 8-18-lwk BARTLETT pears Telephone 2633-R Merlin J. Stone. 2869 Grant. 8-18-lwk PINE old violin; owner must sell; rare bargain 2651 Adams. 8-18-lwk ONE light wagon, good as new 2138 Jefferson 8-17-tf THE entire furniture of eight rooms and house to rent, $20 per mouth. Ad dress, Z, care Standard 8 6-lmo 16-room house, bath and clothes closet - hot and cold water for sale; rea sonable Inquire 330 24th St. 8-3-tf SOME good horses, wagons, buggies and harness for sale or trade, cheap Old Corey Livery Stable, rear Choes man Garngo, Washington and L'iStb. Tel 7-31-lmo COWS for sale at Cow Market Freak or soon to he. We buy and sell id carload lots. We soil on approal. Cor Seventh and Wabh. Pkono 2129-R. 4-ll-tf ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand, in good condition, cost $760; will sell for $200 if taken soon, also one Chasa & Baker plano-pluyer. $100 340 32nd St. BNAP if taken at once: Twin Indian, Just overhauled See Vern Bullougb at Erownlng Bror Repair Shop MOTORCYCLE single apply Red field Repair Shop, Flve Points. 6-4-if MOVABLE dance pavtilion; also can as. Bargain, Phono S03. 2170 Lin co'Q . 4-24-tf DRESSMi KlNcT DRESSMAKING and sewing ''117 Quincy. Tel 1369-M. 8T2-lmo DRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring 273 Adams. Pbone 2G&U-W. DRESSMAKING ula-n sewing Phoni 891. 278 22nd Bt, U-19-tI WANTED MISCELLANEOUS FIVE-room modern with bam inquire 2986 Adnms Phone 200-W. 8 21 lwk REPAIR, dry' cleaning, pressing Hol land Laundry, 638 24th St. Y. Steiger Taiior 8-17-1 wk WANTED Clean, white old rags at the Standard offioe. Phone 56. 360 jl4th 8t- 1 9 tf FOR SAIE REAL ESTATE yReal EsJtateorSale. CHOICE lots easy terms, miPand an Buren. Blchsel, 411 24th St. N-lil-tl ONE lot, 132x258 on Wall and 22ud St , By owner 670 W 24th St. 8 21 lwk I " BBVEN-room modern house, close m. large barn; good shade $2750- terras C. B. Bisenherg, Rhone 2246- 8-18-lwk NEW modern home on Fowler ve Tel 1784-J 8-18-lwk H VAN BRAAK, Loans, Insurance; extra great snap; modern frame house, only $1200 3519 Adams Phone 974-W, 8-18-lmo 2 1-2 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.. 8S6 12th St 3-2-lmo i 1 . I A MODERN 5-room cottage with trees, lawn, everything in good shape located near the aepot, for otilv $2300, $200. balance same as paying rent. J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59. S-ll-tf FAR MSI FARMS! ! IF you want to buy or trade your home In town for farm land by all means come and see me. I specialize on farm lands and exchange nf property- Come today or Phone 460 J. F. Walker, Real Estate, Broom Hotel basement. AN elegant lot, 171 feet deep, located on Lincoln avenue, only $10 per front foot. $50 down, $10 per month. J J. Brummitt. under Utah National Bank ! 8 11-tt FIN E room modern frame dwelling house, largo lot. corner Shorten and I Racine avenues; cheap at $2625 E. F Bratz S-l-tf ANY kind of house you wish; lots, fire insurance and loans. 3519 Adams 6-27-lmo 6-ROUM house, 1 1-2 acre of ground, 3 blocks from Five Points school. Phone 1701-M. 6-26-lmo LOT for sale at a bargain by ownjr. On Jackson two hundred feet south of 26th St East front. Apply at 2671 Adams. COZY 5-room modern brick house, ce ment w.i ik ann casement: at big bar gain $2C00 cash for a few days; well worth price $3300; prettiest location m town, 2964 Grant. 6 19 tf Cojjnty ReadEstate For Sale A SNAP 10-acro Improved farm in Iluntsville, only $1600. Phone 2038-J 8-22-lwk WANTED REAL ESTATE W ANTED to buy a track of land In good location, suitable for building lets None but owners need apply Call at NOB, 2562 Wash. Ave N. C. Oleson. 8-21-lwk moneyqTHan U HEN you want ?10 or morcT7SK MR DIX, 218 Col Hudson Building. Salaried people can get it without security. Others on Furniture. Pla nos. etc. Can be repaid in small weekly or monthly payments. DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, guns etc. Thomas Loan Office, Grant ft 25th." 6-18-lyr MONEY on flrat mortgage real ev tate loans Kelly & Harrlok. 3 15 tf MORTGAGE Ioan on farm or city property. O. A. KENNEDY. Base ment of Utah National Bank Bldg M8-tf. MONEY to loan on city and farm property Any amount, no delay MatthewE-McCuliocb. Co. undor First National Bank. Phon S01-W. 6 PER CENT LOANS 6 PER CENT OBTAINABLE to buj. build or im prove farm, ranch and city properly or remoNO incumbrance therefrom' special privileges and reasonable terms For proposition, address: Fi nance Dpt , 1527 Busch Bldg., Dal las, Texas. LOANS on improved farm or city property. R P Hunter. 43 .'-liti St., opposite Court House MONEY to loan on real estate security- J- J. Brummitt. 4-27-cf LOST INDEXED memorandum book contain ing promissory note. Return to Stand ard. 8-21-lwk it. size filled open face, Ball; i: jewel; move. No. B 231124, case No 6273917. Geo. Knight, 207 W Patter son Ave. 8-21-3t AUTO lamp near Clearfield Return Cheesman Garage. Reward g j-tf BUNCH of keys Return to Standard Office and receive handsome reward. 8-17-lwk A WANT AD CAMPAIGN will enable you to "cash in" on those lots you own for somebody can use them right away, and would glad ly buy them. Medley's MOBILIZATION -. ... of REALTY OFFERINGS. I have the one best bet for a Sub division no appearing in Ogdon. A property on 24th street (close in) that will make 6 lotB, and a street to be named after the purchaser. ALSO a 320-acre ranch; bargain ex traordinary. A. W. Hadley 2484 Washington Ave. Phone 300. DANCING STUDIO 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. S-12-lmo DANCING LSSONS 2047 Porter Ave. Phone 2244-M. 8 4-1 mo TORAciT 1 9-ROOM residence, modern, partly ' rented, for several acres of land with I or without bouse. Must have good wa 1 ter right and near city. 536 31st St. 8-22-lwk . I MOTORCYCLE for horses or cows i Phone 2619-W 6-4-tl i Your business card In the directory will keep your name and business be foro the people It will pay you try NOTICE TO JOBBERS OF ST E A M BOILERS Sealed bids will be received by thf Board of Trustees of the State In dustrial School at Ihe office of Attor nej General A R Barnes, Felt Bldg Salt Lake City, until 10 o'clock a. m Thursday August 27, lfiu. ai whlcti time aud place the bids will be opened and if satisfactory a contract will b? awarded for furnishing f o. b. car6 at Five Points, Ogden. Utah, ttvo steam boilers of such type as the said Board of Trustees may -elect from the fol lowing tpes and in accordance wit'o specifications furnished. Bid No. 1 For two internal fur naces, 150 horse power steam boll ers. Alternate Bid No 2 For two hori zontal tubular, 160 horse power steam boilers to be supported on hrick walls Alternate Bid No. 3 For two hori zontal tubular 150 horse power steam boilers to be supported with suspen sion hangers, stee beams and columns for brick enclosure. Alternate Bid No. 4 For two hori zontal tubular 150 hors. power steam boilers supprirted by suspension hang ers, steel beams and columns and en Closed with steel casinc Said boilers to be built and deliv ered in accordance with specifications furnished by leslie S Ilod-soil nrchl tect, with specifications may be seen at the office of said architect at 24S1 Hudson Ave., Ogden, Utah. By order ol the Board of Trustees, ED, M ROWE. Secretary. Fir.t publication Aug. 17. 1014 L:st publication Aug. 27, 1914. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Stockholders of the Overland Min ing and Milling Company, attention! At a meeting of the board of di rectors held in Ogden City Utah, .ug 21, 1914, an assessment of 2 mills per share was levied against the cap ita! stock of the corporation, the same payable Immediately to the Secretary, ai 2421 Hudson avenue, Ogden, titan. It not paid on or before Sept. lt. 1914.1 the stock will be advertised as de-! Unquent and if not paid w ith costs I : of advertising on or before Oct. 22, 1014, sufficient shares thereof will be sold at public auction, 2421 Hudson avenue, at 3 o'clock p in., of that day, to pay delinquency, cost of advertis ing and expense of sale. E. M CONROY, President. A. T. HESTMARK. Secretary First publication, Aug. 22. 1914 Last publication, Bept 19, 1914. PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE Consult County Clerk or the Respec tive Signers for Further Information. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Et-tate of George A. Forbes, Deceased Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at his office, 309-10 First National Bank Building, Ogden. Utah, on or before the 23rd dav of December. 1914 Dated August 21, 1914 SAMUEL T CORN. Administrator First publication, Aur 22, 1914. Last publication, Sept. 12. 1914 ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Municipal Court within audi for the City oi Ogden, County of We ber, state of Utah., before Hon w ii Reeder, Jr., Municipal Judge and Ex-j oflicio Justice of the Peace. N. o, Ogden Company, a Corpora tion, Plaintiff vs. J T. Callahan, De ! ndant. The State of Utah to said Defendant You are hereby summoned to ap-i pear before the above entitled Court within ten HO) days nfter sen-Ice oi this summons upon you. if served within the county in which this ac tion is brought, otherwise within twenty (20) days nfter this service, and defend the above entitled action; in case of your failure to do bo, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint In said action, which was filed In said Court on the 2nd day of j May, A. D 1914, To the Sheriff 0r any Constable ot Weber county, Greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof. This action is brought to re rover from the defendant the sum of Fifteen Dollars and fifty cents ($15 50) for goods, wares and mer rbandise sold and delivered bv thf plaintiff to the defendant. W itness, Hon. W. H. Recder Jr , Judge of Said Court, with the Seal thereof, this 22nd day of August 1914 (Seal! I. N. FULTON. Clerk. First publication, August 22, 1914 Last publication, September 19, 1914. IMPORTS DECREASE IN NEW YORK CITY New York, Aug. 22 Imports of I general merchandise here for the I week ending on August 15, were val ued at $14,258,228 compared with $12. 419,783 the week before, and $15,' 639.140 two weeks before. Included In these Imports are $271,039 worth of precious stones and jewelr Im ports of dry goods for consumption totalled $1,389,257, silk entries being appraised at $470,726. The week be fore these entries were valued at $2, 496 490 and at $2 273,775 in the cor responding veek la?it vear. Significant as reflecting the paraly sis of shipping following the outbreak of the European war Is the fact that the dry goods entries here the week of August 16 were less by $1,107,233 than In the preceding week. The brunt of the tie up appears for the week to have fallen on dry goods, as Imports in other lbie? 9ho no such proportionate decrease LIFE CRUSHED OUT UNDER WATER WHEEL Salt Lake, Aug 22. While climbing about an abandoned water wheel on the Jordan river bank between Ninth and Tenth South streets. Gordan Schoher, 12 years of ago, met death yesterday when he was caught be tween the mammoth wheel and its base and his life was crushed out The body was extricated by the po lice, called by a playmate of the un fortunate boy, and removed in the police ambulance to the family home, 1403 Wasatch avenue. His father. Ogden Business Directory j Classified Alphabetically Abstracts of Title Abels Abstract & Title Co. Inc , mo7 sled to 376 25th St., Broom hotel build in?. Phone 460 Yv'e make abstracts 1 of title anywhere in W'eber county at , reasonable charges. Auto and Carriage Painting There are a few autos in Oo;den that need painting. We have painted 75 why not paint yours?; Touch up and varnish, 5 days; paint, in days Why drive a shabby car? Ogden Car riage Co., Phone 102G-W. 1701 Wasb. Accordion Plaiting Dono in all lengths. 2568 Cole's Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel 11S0-M Attorneys E. T. Hulanlski, First National Bank Bldg. 12 11 tf Bakery Eat "Ullklt and Domestic Science" Bread. T llklt High Grade Bakery Goods The Domestic Science Baking Co , 225S Grant Avenue. Phone 333. ! Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing We furnish all kinds of rubber tires. 1 Carriages, buggies, wagons, automo biles, etc.. repaired. New wagons made to ordor O. E. Savage. Cor. j Washington and 22nd St. Phono 389-W Billiards Billiards and pocket billiards; new : tablos. "The Cosey." 32C 25th St. Chili Con Carne The Real Mexican, wholesale and retail at the Bismark. Phone 339. City Scavenger City Scavenger, MeCarty & Co , 2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018-W. Counselor-at-Law Lawyer O'Connolly over Commer- ! clal National Bank Bldg., 309 24th St. Phone 11. j Contractor and Builder AH kinds of mill work, band saw ing and s;nir building. Mfgre. of sash, doors, mouldings, mantels and frames jp A.'lsakson &, Co., 247-251 22nd St Phone 1808-J Carpet Cleaning K. Van Kampen Phone for up bolstering, mattress making, reatretcb- 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. Chiropractor and Masseur B. Cowlishaw, 511 Eccles Bid?. Carpets Cleaned Carpets cleaned and laid by steam Phone McBridc. Telephone 1844-W. 2 17 14 Employment Agency Burt Linn Emp Agency, Am. & Fore ign Labor. All kinds of help furnished free to employer. 207 25th Phone 1246. Electrical Fhort. 1ttU. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Dr Wright, practice limited to Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses cor rectly iltted. Col. HudBon 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 down and balance on easy payments. See Carl C. R asmusson I REAL ESTATE Phone 115' 2428 Hudson Ave. Horace Schoher, 1b in Germany, un able to get home because of the war Together with his brother, Horst, and another boy named Golden Mc Coy, Gordon was engaging in the sport of climbing upon the wheel and rid ing it down Into the pit, the wheel turning under their weight and grad ually gathering momentum with each repeated ride. In some manner Gor don failed to get away soon enough When ho reached the bottom, and he was caught between the wheel and the cement bottom He gave but one cry for help and died immediately Golden McCoy made heroic efforts to turn back the wheel and release his playmate, straining his back be fore he gave over his efforts, ana hurried to telephone to the police. The body was taken out by Police ln Hpcctor C A. Carlson and Patrolman J. A Egbert, the combined strength of the two men being necessary to turn back the wheel. SHERIFF HELD UP. Black foot. Idaho. Aug. 21 Sheriff fonea of this city came er near getting Into a gun play with a man named Nicacham, who he attempted to arrest this morning. Nicacham. It is said stole a saddle from a farmer named Jame9 at Arco Word was sent here and Nicacham was located in the brush along the Snake river W nen the shcrif attempted the arrest. Nicacham got the drop on the sheriff who was advised to ' beat it. ' Prof! Rice of Groveland. who was with the sheriff, wns covered with a gun by a companion of Nicacham Holding the officer and the professor at a dls tance, the two mounted and made their escape to the aas west of town Fruits Fresh Fruits and Vegetables deliv ered to anv part of City, G. Kallas. 224 Twenty -fifth St. Phone 587. Grocery and Bakery Try our lest quality coffee. 40c the lb Also good cheaper grades 25c to Boc. lb. Phone 1145-Wr. J. J. Sch wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave. Groceries Also a5en?s for U. S. Cream Separ ators and O. K. Electric Washing Machines RUS3ELI JAMES CO. Everything to eat and then some. Hotel Safety, comfort, moderate. New Brlgham hotel, 24th and Wall One block from depot. Only fire-proof hotel In the city Reducea rates for permanent guests. Rate!, 75c and up. Theo Goiie. Prop. Hussey-Woods Realty Co. 408 W ash Ave Phone 393 will trade 320 acres good land, all fenced ! and 40 acres broke for city property I or farm Sec us for ranches. Jeweler A full line of fine Jewelry and wat ches Watch repairing a speclalt). H. F. Upp, 247G Grant Ave. Junk Ogden Junk House If you have any kind of Junk, phone us up. W7e will call for it. Tel. 210. Job Printing DENKERS & SON. Printers Established in 1902. It will pay vou to see us first. Phone 1843-J. 421-423 23rd St. Monuments Large stock. Choice selection Fine granite and marble. Joseph Parry & Sens Co., 2253 Washington Avenuo Phone 721-W. Meat Market Russell-James Company. Also a full line of groceries. "Everything to eat." See our Dept. of Household Needs. I Cor. 2ith and Lincoln Ave. Phones , 412 and 413. Mechano-Therapist Dr H. A White, M. T L, Mechano Therapist, over Smallej s, 330 25th Si A Drugless treatment for nervous and chronk diseases Trj our meth ods. Phone 1S54-W. Monuments See Mitchell Bros, tor .Monumental : work. Don't pay big commissions to agents; pictures of monuments are misleading. Vard. 2003 Jeftcrson Ave Phone 2218 Notary Public O A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na tional Bunk Building. i 19 tf . . 1 New and Second-hand Goods ALVORD & ANYTHING "A to Z." SING it and RING it 333-W. 2 2 tf Photographer The Noggle Studio. Fine portraits, views. All kinds of commercial work. Best kodak finishing in the city. Phone 3S6-J 41G-24th St. Painting and Decorating Wc will hang your wall paper Wo j ,ill paint your house. We will toll ' you how to do It yourself. Griffin Paint Co, 2310 Washington Ave Printing For good and up-to-dato Printing Call 1166, Dee-Neutehoom, 2362 Wash, .-w Read the Classified Ads. A pr.sse is now in pursuit. j FAVOR BOND ISSUE j Pocatello. Idaho Aug 21 The mass meeting held at the Commercial cm to arouse interest in the question 01 issuing bonds for the purpose of j securing a municipal water plant was I not very largely attended i D. W. Church was chairman and Leorge Stoll secretarv. Mayor Turner explained the sltuution and ufter many questions were asked and ans wered, the meeting passed a resolu tion by unanimous vote that those present were In favor of the bond issue. The man who "always has a want ! ad. working ror him" s prospering depend upon It J A o-line want ad., repeated a few times will definitely decide whether I or not y..u can sell it and vo 1 prob- I ably can. 1 OH, THAT'S DIFFERENT. 'Vo-.r former husband must still ' love you.-' I "He tens me that he owes a great I fl deal to you " I 'Tie's referring to the jack alimonj Pittsburg Post. " UU I J DIRECTIONS MIXED J 'How do you like my biscuits, hub- I bt t.?0t ' rC(jipfJ 01" 05 a '. , Well, m dear, I found a button In I one and a leather jn another Maybe f .you got the cooking recipe mixed with h the fashion hints." Louisville . I ler-JournaL t. Read the Classified Ads. j Physician and burgeon f Dr A Fernlund, Physician and Sur- I geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4 p. m. New I reery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900 W I Residenca phone 2129W. 646 Wrash. Real Estate J. J. Brummitt, Loans Insurance, Real Estate, 2402 Washineton Ave. Under Utah National Bank, Phone 5'J. Stratford Collection and Reporting Co. Employes none but good attornoya. f Conveyancing, probate business, per- f sonal injury cise3, divorce proceed- I lngs and all other legal nutters promptly and efficiently .handled. lJM Storage Batteries Recharged, repaired, stored; satis- I ; faction guaranteed. Electric Service I Stove Repairs SUMMERILL'S Stove Repair House H 2304 Washington Ave. Tel. 3S4. Lead ers of the west In stove repairs. 1 Second-hand Goods New and Second-hand furniture j J clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex changed; also trunks and suitcases j j cheap. A Siner, Pnono 1321. 17D 1-2 flfl I Twenty-fifth St. 6 13 Jyr 1 Sanitary Work Tour Garbage hauled regular San!- fl taryr can furnished free. Sanitary Gar bage Co., Phone C-0. Shoe Repairs OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY. Soles sewed for 75a Rubber heel" 35c. 322 24th St. I Stove and Range Repairs j Summerill 3 Stove Repair House. F. J Summerlll, Sr., 2141 Jefferson Ave. ! Tel. 3C4. F. Summerill. Jr.. 2301 I Wash. Ae. Tel. iy5 A complete line ! i of repairs and water jackets. Stoves j both new and second-hand. 1 Spirella Corset I Mrs. Smith Tel. 661 W. 4C4 24th Vacuum Cleaners One Dollar Per Day, delivered and I called for. Electric Service Co, jj Phone 83. Up 21th St Watchmaker and Jeweler SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel era and Engravers. 336 Twenty -fifth street Phone 1300-J. Western Foundry and Machine Co. All kinds ol brasg and iron castings, Machine, Boiler and Sheet. Iron Work. Phone 617. ADOGRAM No. 19. We would sooner trade with friends than strang ers any day in ihe year. Newspaper advertising is lH profit ibli bi jifl believe in their paper. R 9 H part of their daily life. They H look on the advertisers as jH familiar friends and it Is V human nature to patronise RH friends rather than Strang- IH Tho one person in the elt, to whom your want ad. should appeal is doubt- H reading th 1 I Tenantless property wiii often offset most of yuur good tuck in other things. Read the Classified Ads. I