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i THE QGDEN STANDARD : QGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, DhCEMBER 4, IV 15. lt
WANTED j:
Female Help
7 GOOD girl wanted. No washing, Good
wages 2401 "Madison. 65G
GOOD cook, good wages. Phono 2199J.
640
CHAMBERMAID at Grant Hotel. Call
In person. ' C5G
' YOUNG girl for house work, small
family, no washing-. 556 23rd st. Phone
1740. GjU
VVANTED Chambermaid at Reed ho
; tel. " 600
AN experienced stenographer wishes
position. Phone 1101 - J. 426
HOUSEKEEPER about 45 or 50 years,
wanted. European hotel, room 10. 308
f i B. Z. WASH Day Tablets make wasli
! l tag easy. Your grocer has them. 7724
; i WANTED Experienced mangio glrlR.
; ' U. P- !aundry. 6970
j WANTED I
;; j Male Help j
A MGHT porter, elderly man prefer-
r red Apply in person at New Hoaly ho
, tel. :
' ; FIRST-CLASS moulders wanted at
Ogden Iron Works company. 718S
WANTED
To Rent
i FURNISHED apartment. Two or four
i rooms would consider furnished house.
; ! At once by couplo. Box K, Standard.
i j . 476
; FOUR or 5-rm. mod. house Closo In.
Permanent tennant. References. Address
i D. E.. Standard.
: FOR RENT
I Furnished j
ARLINGTON HOTEL
2439 Washington
Centrally located, modern, hot
and cold water, steam heat and
telephones in rooms. Rates by
day, 50c and up. By week, $3
and up. 357
NICELY furnished -1 or 5 room house.
Apply 2122 Washington. 668
TWO rooms for housekeeping. Phone
2006 -W, 2106 Wash. 671
THREE rooms at Smithsonian $15
per month. Phone 2867. 657
BEAUTIFUL front room suitable for
two. 202 -23rd sL 659
BEDROOM in cottage. Light house
keeping privileges. ?10.00. 2871 Wash
ington. - 65-1
3 NEATLY furnishod rooms. 215 W.
f Patterson. 1371 -W. 663
I MODERN room furnished, furnace
; heat, 504 22nd. 577
' MODERN furnace-boated room In prl
; vate family. Gentleman preferred. 441
Herrlck Ave. $32
FOR rent Rooms with housekeeping
j privileges. 2526 Adams Avp. 484
. HOUSEKEEPING fur. and unrur., gas,
( 5S.0O up. 536 b'lst. 7907
PLAZA APARTMENTS,
j COMPLETELY furnished for llgnt
i housekeeping. Elevator, amusement
hall, phone, light, heat and gos. Maid
' service If desired. Hates $20 to $37.50.
7909
WnnM rnr. 1nlcalrnun(iiT J97 9JfVi 2t
. ; 7739
; A NEATLY" furnished apartment. The
Pearl, 27lb and Grant, Phono 2920
, i . C311
l) j HOUSES and flat. 2C34 Grant. 8-H-Ll
fSrent
Unfurnished j
: ' 2 ROOMS with water, light and cellar,
1 253 W. Patterson. Ph. 1371-W. 662
i THREE room house for rent, 38th and
; Grant. Inquire J. H. Roberts at Grant
hotel. 641
, 4-ROOM modern apt. Apply' 2620 Mon
, roe. Phone 2694R.' 639
. 1 -ROOM house. Inquire Ph. 2130 -J. 614
i ' 4 ROOMS unfurnished, also one sleep
, ; ing room S72 24th St, 556
' '. ROOMS with or without furniture; gas
! heaters. 2468 Wash. 552
J FOR rent A two-story and basement
, brick warehouse on Wall street. Will
' . Give lease Apply John Scowcroft &
t Sons Co., 23rd and Wall, Ogden. Utah.
b .
GARAGE, private. $3.00 a month.
2874 Washington 653
:j LOST :j
LOST A tan silk hand "bag near 21st
car line. Valuable as keepsake to own
er Reward. Return 2129 Quincy. Tel.
1593- V. 603
MARRING; flower design, with small
, Jjawond. Phono 1125. Reward. 6544
WANTED jj
Miscellaneous
; CLEAN RAGS wanted at tho Stan
dard office.
TO TRADE by owner 160 acres of
7 Partly improved farm, some timber,
t clear title for four or flvo room houso
and lot In Ogden or acreage. Mr. Pet
02106 Washington Ave. 563
; Read tho Classified Ads. .
j FOR SALE
Real Ef.tate . !
I FORTY' acres two miles from sugar
i factory $4500. 25 acres In cultivation
15 pasture. Under canal. O. A. Kcn-
nody, Basement Utah Natl. Bldg.
1 Phone 913. 682
FOR SALE Relinquishment on 320
acres good land. Near railroad. R.
P. Hunter, 431-24th st. ' 661
SEE THESE BARGAINS
5 ROOM modern brick bungalow,
sleeping porch, full cement basement,
mantle, built-in cabinets, garage. Price
$2950. $1450 cash.
2 ACRES best garden and fruit land
in Ogdtn, prior water right. Placo
will produce $400 this year. Price
$2100. $600 cash. Balance 7 percent.
Phone 69 or 3149 -W. 581
A GOOD sightly lot on 21st street, 25x
137 feet deep to alley, only $25. $5
down and $5 per nlonth J. J. Brum
mitt. Phono 59. 583
FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY 'CO.
Brand new six-room modern home
23rd and Madlscn Ave. Oak floors,
furnace heat, large basement, fire
place and all built-in features. Will
be ready for occupation in 10 days. Lot
55x132, best built homo money can
buy. Will sell on good terms. Look it
over.
TEN ACRE farm situated on car lino,
6 room brick house, good outbuildings,
G acres prunes, apples, etc., 4 acres
general farming land, good wator right.
Immediate possession, for $1000 cash.
Balance long time. 561
AN ELEGANT lot on 31st St., 146 feet
front and 105 feet deep, only $100.
$10 down and $10 per month. J. J.
Brummitt, 2320 Washington Ave. 583
5 3-10 ACRES, implements, houso and
lot. 2237 Endion. Phono 2684 -R. 529
26-ACRES A. I. Sandy loam, closo tb
State Highway, all good land, excellent
soil for tomatoes, beets, potatoes, etc.,
a splendid buy at $180 per acre.
40-ACRES. good land with excellent
water right, S acres pasture, 32 acres
farming land, splendid for peas, hay,
tomatoes, etc. Good 6-room brick
houso, barn, stable, chicken house, etc
I Good team, harness, wagon, plow,
mower, rake, harrows, cow, pigs,
I chickens, etc. An exceptional good buy
at $8500. Wc also have several hundred
acres of good land to lease at $7.50 per
acre with water furnished 9 year lease
apply at once if Interested as this land
will soon be gone. Herbert E. Smith
Co., room 12 Com. Natl. bank. Phone
2185-J or 753 -W. 49S
A GREAT snap lu a farm of 150 acres
located near Ogden, wltbin a quarter
of a mile of railroad station. Plenty
of water, some of this land is worth
$500 per acre. This Is an elegant prop
osition for any one to sub-divide and
to clean up anywhere from $25,000 to
$50,000 in the next three years. Only
$80.00 per acre, small payment, bal
ance on terms. J. J. Brummitt. Phono
59. 583
5 -ROOM house 11-3 acres land, barn,
sheds, chicken house, fruit, wafer
right. Well located at Five-Points.
?3U0 cash, balance monthly. Only
$2100. J. A. McCulloch. 480
26-KOOM rooming houso for sale In
one of the best towns In Idaho. Cheap
if taken at onco. Good terms. Seo Mr.
Condra, Marrion hotel. Phono 2100. 1U4
A GOOD 5 room house, with large lot,
fruit and shade trees. Well located on
a principal street on the bench, for
only $1100. $200 down and $20 per
month A great snap. J. J, Brummitt,
2320 Washington Ave. 583
AN elegant lot on 31st street 146 feet
front and 105 feet deep, only $100.
$10 down and $10 per month. J. J.
Brunimltl, 2320 Wash. 149 I
STORE and dwelling, well located on
bench. Store equipped with electric
scales and mill. Price includes lot and
building with hulf interest In urive
way. Your own terms. Prico only
$1300. Under First Nat'l bank. J. A.
McCulloch, 9001
8-ROOM modern brick house closo in
on bench and car lino. Good barn and
garage. Walk, sower, curb and gutter
all paid. Lot 43x150 to 20 ft. alloy.
Price $3S00. $750 cash, long time bal
ance. J. A, McCulloch. 9001
EVERYTHING lor rent, OgOen Rent
al agency. -74M: 25tt eu Phone 69.
3657
Salesmen $
SALESMEN AND OTHER3 IN NON
ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SELL
GROCERIES.
ONE of the World's largest Grocers,
(capital over $1,000,000.00) wants am
bitious men in every locality to sell
direct to consumer nationally known
brand of groceries, teas, coffees,
spices, oils, stock foods, etc. Big line,
easy sales. Values beat any compe
tition. Earn big money. No experi
ence or capital required. Complete
sample outfit and free selling instruc
tions start you. Long established re
liable house. Write today, John
Sexton & Co., 352 W. Illinois St., Chi
cago, 111, 669
WANTED
: Agents
AUTHENTIC history of tho wrlTwrtr
with introduction by General Peyton
C. March, highest officer in the United
States army. Official photographs.
Sells on sight. Big terms. Extraor
dinary opportunity for men or women.
Out FREE. Universal House, Phila
delphia. 670
roR
BARGAIN 5 Pass. Dodge in excollont
shape. $750.00. Call JameB at 1026.
672
1917 GRANT Six. Good condition. $500.
3112-W. 649
FORD roadster, regular and truck
body. Good condition. 1128 Oak aye.
611
FOR SALE by owner, flvo passenger
overland touring car, 1917 model, in
fino condition run less than nine thou
sand miles, six good tlTes, will take
in team of good mares. Mr. Poterson,
2106 Washington Ave. 564
630 CHALMERS. Inquire Mu Harpster
at Chceaman Auto Co. 77S9
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
IS APTS. cheap. Inquire at 2252
Wash. Ave. 673
GOOD horse, wagon and harness. G.
Albers, corner Quincy and 32nd St. 652
BABY carriage, good condition, auto
top, will sell reasonable. Apt. 26, Ar
gyle. 645
GOOD winter onions $1.50 per hund-i
red, delivered. Phone 2J4. 646
OLIVER typewriter in good condition.
S13-25th st. 637
NO. 1 FRESH milk cow and calf. 1915
Grant. 625
S. & M. CHILI parlor now open. "Tho
is the real chili." Chicken tamalas and
other Spanish dishes. Also coffee,
sandwiches and light lunch 2380 Hud
son Avenue. 619
LITTLE Shetland pony, harness,
bridle, saddle and cart. 3548 Utah Ave.
617
3 -4 BRASS bed, rooker, hall tree,
practically new. 224 22nd St. 606
GOOD as now 51-inch fumed oak ex
tension dining room table, 3 extra
leaves. $30, worth double. Phone 1734.
566
MAN'S fur coat and threo fur robes
for sale. Phone 1936. 532
FURNITURE, cofotc traps. Phono
2684-R. 528
FURNITURE almost new must be
sold this week. 3060 Washington Ave.
Call afternoons and evenings.
RESTAURANT for sale Good busi
ness. Chas. Sing, Montcllo, Nov. 477
WINTER vegetables for eale. Call
phono 1574. 438
HIGH-GRADE Cntswcw duks. Young
pigs. Phono 9-W. Josupn Barker Co.
224
IMPORTED canaries. 2220 Lincoln.
9050
PLinos, PLAYER-PIANOS
eold for lowest prices- at 2B2i
Wacilneton Avenue. Phone 173.
LABOR and' soap saved by using E. Z.
Wash Day Tablets. At all grocers,
7725
BASS horn cheap. C. D. Conn, 19S4
Washington averue. 7684
GROCERD3S, staples, best brands,
lowest prices on tLo Bench. Martin
Cash grocery, 740 24th SL Phono 537.
6812
GROCERIES In rotall quantities at
wholesalo prices. Ogden'o Groceteria,
181 24th SL 5842
9 column Burrough's Adding machine.
Good working order $100 cash. Apph
Standard office, 5371
L WANTED
To Buy
WANTED to buy an established groc
er' store. Phono 2611-N-M. 674
WANTED Remington or Underwood
typewriter. Must be in good condition.
Phone 2222. 578
CORD wood any quantity. Greenwell
Confectionery. 333
A -I or 5 room modern home. Phone
days 378, overlings 1427. 126
WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE
A FOUR or five room modern homo.
Wo can also handle if tho prico is
right a few small acreage tractu closo
In. R. G. Agee, Bsmt. Broom Hotel.
Phono 69 or 683. SU02
I WANTED
AiVl'iD Clerical or otflco work, ny I
young man 30 yrs. of age. Bx. 50 care
Standard. 627 I
I
SEWING machines put Into good con
dition. All work guaranteed or no
pay. Call evenings. Phono 1876.W.
628
YOUNG man of 16 wants Job. Collect
ing, office work or any other position.
Box 176 Standard. 609
A-l ALL-ROUND clerical man wish
es position. Experienced In general ac
counting, and capable of taking entire
charge. Also familiar with credits
and collections. Well educated, rapid
typist, courteous. Social and business
standing unquestioned. Address W. M.
Johnson, New Hcaly hotel, Ogden.
5S5
DAY nursery Children cared for by
the day, week or month. 2204 Grant
Avo., or phono 889. 440
DRESSMAKhNG I
ALSO evening gowns. Mtb. Charles C.
Slater, No. 2, Browning apartments.
Phono 2941. 616
DRESSMAKING by the pieco or day.
Phono 1449, 536 24th St. 565
LADIES'laUoring,2E36 siatlison, 1932M
3-10-lyr
DRESSMAKING Rear 2330 Adams.
295
iVEYT
MONEY to loan on Improved real es
tate. No unnecessary delay. E. F.
liratz, 417 Ecclos Bldg. 453
RALPH P. HUNTER, Eitatllahod
1889. Liortgago Loans, Real Estato
lusumucc, Utah, Idaho lands, farmj
and city property Persona desliing to
loan monuy on good first mortgago
security will do well to consult me.
Good applications always on hand.
1431 24th St-, Ocden, Utah. 3dl0
W. :-J. Plerco Agency Real Estate, In
6urnnee, Louua, Notary. 15 Cominor
clal Bank Bldg. Phono 393.
MONEY to loan on real eBtato neour
Ity. J. J. Brummitt. C-21-tf
REAL ESTATE Mortgage and Loan
Kelly & Herrlck. O-IC-U 1
P PERSONAL I
PEGGIE: Have changed my mind.
Don't wait nny longer. 66?
LEGAL NOTICES !
GUARDIANS
PROBATE AND
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
WEBER COUNTY, UTAH.
E3tato of 'Chris Daguerrc, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the of
flco of A. G. Horn, Utah National bank
building on or before March 23, 1919.
HIGINIO CENDAGORTA,
Administrator of said estate.
A. G. Horn, attorney for said estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
WEBER COUNTY, UTAH.
Estato of John Daguerrc, deceased;
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to tho undersigned at the of
fice of A. G. Horn, Utah National bank I
building on or before Maroh 23, 1919.
HIGINIO CENDAGORTA,
Administrator of said estate.
A. G. Horn attorney for said estate.
NOTICE.
The estate of Charles Nielson, De
ceased. The petition of Oscar Peterson,
praying for Letters of Administration
and probate of will in the above on
titled matter, has been set for hearing
before Hon. A. W. Agee, Judge, on
Monday, the 16th day of December,
1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho County
Court House in the court room of said
court, in Ogden City, Weber county,
Utah.
Witness the Clerk of Said Court,
with the seal thereof affixed, this 4th
dav of December, 1918.
C. M. RAMEY, Clerk.
By FLORENCE SHAFER,
Deputy Clerk.
R. S. FARNSWORTH,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Estato of Mary Jane Stevens, de
ceased. Croditors will present claims with
vouchers, to the undersigned at No.
605 David Eccle3 building, Ogden City,
Utah, on or before the 15th day of Feb
ruary, 1919.
KATE STEVENS CURBY,
NETTIE R. STEVENS DE PUY,
' LILLIAN STEVENS SODERBERG,
Executors.
H. A. SODERBERG,
GEORGE HALVERSON,
Attorneys for Executors.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Nov. (By
mail.) With the opening of tho gov
ernment railroad between Saward and
Anchorage, this town has been desig
nated as the distributing point for mall
for the Idltarod section of Alaska. Mall
Is now being carried between Anchor
ago and Soward on tho railroad.
"KID 'EM ALONG.
INSTRUCTOR
V purely Ameri-
Ik'S" jofaS the policing of
j, ( & mt German torrl
j. rplB t o r y occupied
S pending final
9 i " iXW&m Peaco- And Col.
V&S3 Arthur S.
'iwfe!S Woods, former
fk. JL 'lag pollco commls
feLjg& M sloner of New
'.. ... iork, now of
ARTHUR Porshlng's Btaff.
has been picked
as the best exponent of tho sys
tem by which ho restrained New
York's polyglot East Side popula
tion. He will Instruct American
and allied forces.
.THE ..OUTBURST OF EVERETT TRUE
v
' IT'S PLAIN TO "BE 3esN THAT THE- ?
iRsA3aN i uwsn'y euecTCD iv-qs Be causes. lyA
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SC.eCTG'D IS ECAUS TVH5
(jtsE it seer-s ths Wlf1
ONLY UAY To OPeN Your S-fj--eyes
s FR sons-
ONG TO CLOSG. THGfj
ENDING Of WAR
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 Reaction
from war time economy is apparent In
reports to various government agen
cies since tho signing of tho armis
tice. War savings committees in all
parts of the country have submitted
statements tending to show that per
sons who abstained from buying un
necessary clothes during the war have
rushed to shops within the past week
or two and bought according to pre
war standards.
Rotall businesses ropor-t stimula
tion of business by peace news. In
Borne cases, the response was lmmed
iato, business showing a big jump
within a day or two after Nov. 11.
This reaction sooms most marked
among tho wealthier classes.
Reports gathered by the Federal Re
serve Board also show activity among
wholesale houscR to moot the demand
of retailors. Tho wholosalo business,
however, is somowhat restricted by
tho desire of retail merchants to let
their stocks run low, while waiting for
prices to come down. Thousands of
retailors quickly arranged special 6ales
of their stocks at lower prices, in
view of tho uncertainties of the fu
ture course of prices.
Building operations havo taken a
sudden start after tho long enforced
period of sluggishness during tho war,
and building materials are now be
ginning to flow away from former war
enterprises, toward peace time build
ing projects. Private building seems
to bo holding back, however. Munici
palities and states have turned their
thoughts to building roads and bridges,
held up during the war by shortage of
materials, and within the next month
officials hero look for a multitude of
advertisements for bids for these pro
jects. At least eight billions of dollars
must bo raised in the United States
next year from war bonds or war
savings. Officials arguo that float
ing of those loans without correspon
ding savings in monoy and materials
merely serves to inflate credit, and the
practical result of this inflation is a
general riso in prices.
The treasury now is seeking to de
velop means of continuing thrift prop
aganda throughout the next few years,
to educate the public to the duty of
paying off indebtedness before relax
ing war time economy. In fact, stu
dents of economy In the treasury de
clare that unless tho American peo
ple learn lessons of thrift which pop
ulations of England, Franco, Germany
and other warring nations have learn
ed during the past four years, tho
country will be in position during re
construction of absorbing much more
than lis share of the world's avail
able stock of food, matorlals and la
bor, needed for the physical rebuilding
of devastated portions of Europe.
Treasury agencies studying banks'
conditions in industrial communities,
particularly where war materials wero
war materials were manufactured,
that savings and checking accounts
maintained by workmen do not have
balances proportionate to their ad
vances in wages during tho war.
Read 'ho Classified Ads.
oo
Read tho Classified Ads.
oo
H-ad tho Classlf'ed Ads.
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Doings of the McDuffs
frig d ig gi5E-egl irtft XE' g 'gi W GS eg1 aP O g3P-g-ySgS"g3
jf es, BOTHA. Lol eSovxZU lb UNLOAD! V
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. i
rJcpartmont of tho Interior. U. S Land
bei- 'lOlS Lak0 Clt'' Utah Dcccm- ' 11
Notlco iH'hcroby clvcn that Ralph W. MH
Farr. of Ogden. flah. Deceased, for tho , I
heirs or Ixrcn20 Farr. who, on Novcm- I I iH
U ?' madc Homestead Entry, for 't
SE 1-1. Section 13. Township 6 North. 1 '
RnnRO 6 West. Salt Lako Meridian, has : M
filed notlco of Intention to make threo- . HH
year proof, to establish claim to the land " HH
above described, before "William H. WM
Rccdor. U S. Commissioner, at Ogden. 'II 11
Utah, on iho ISth day of January. 1918. itiH
Claimant names at witnesses: Vernon lltlH
Watson, Calvin Weaver. I. F. Farr, Jos- ill 11
oph Farr. all of Ogden. Utah. lll
GOULD II. IjLAKEIA. Register. jlH
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor. U. S Land 'UH
Office at Salt Lako City. Utah. Dcccm- f iHl
bcr 2. 1913. :
Notlco Is hereby given that Adrian L. I 'lll
Farr. of Ogden, Utah, who, on February VllH
16. 1915. made Homestead Entry, Serial nH
013890, for NE Sec. 13; and on Oc- ' 'IIH
lobor 16, 1917. made Additional Home- !
stead Entry, Sorlol 015301 for NE 1-4 i HH
N'W l-l Section 13; and E 1-2 SW 1-4 i H
SE 1-4. Section 12. Township S North. : II H
Range C West. Salt Lake Meridian, has r i H
filed notice of Intention to make three- l !
year proof, to establish claim to tho U'Hl
land above described, before William H. i IIH
Recder, U. S, Commissioner, at Ogden, ;!
Utah, on the ISth day of January. 1919. II H
Claimant names as witnesses. I F.
Farr, II. H. Henderson. Georgo Gwllllams IbH
Calvin Weaver. Vernort Watson, all of .i M
GOULD H. ULAKELY, Register. llUH
Ogden, L'ath. ; EM
. Lt HI
INFORMATION BUREAU !
Anything New or Old i ll
Be your own salesman. Tell no lies. 1
Select your wanta. Pay. 8416 Grant. lnH
Phono 333. 8003 M
Attorney-at-Law jjfl
E. T. Hulanlski, lawyer, 313-3M !jjH
First National Bank. Phono 202.
Lawyer O'Connally, over Commer- ' j
cial National Bank. Phono 11. ihl I
Accident Insurance j I
Aetna Accident & Liability Co., j I
Auto and Liability Insurance. H. A. I
Purdy, 2377 Hudson Ave. Phono 483. ijj
Automobile Supplies ! I
Garage, Repairs, Studobaker Agency, V I
Phone 891. " ' ';
Everything for Automobiles. Every- fjlj
thing for Electricity.1 Auto and Elec- i jj
trie Supply. 2561 Washington Ave. flij
Phones 32G and 325. iu
Banking
Ogden Stato Bank, Commercial &
Savings Deposits. Reed Hotel Bldg.
Phone G2. I j
Utah National Bank, southeast cor- H(
ner Twenty-fourth and Washington. Wi
Phono 61. I jU
Carpet Cleaning J I
K. Van Kampen (or upholstering; fljll
carpets cleaned, altered and laid. Re- Irfl
making of mattresses. Phone 883. IMJ
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress Sntt
renovating, upholstering, and springs
restrctched. Call E. J. Hampton Co. Win
Phone 258fcW.
Chiropractors IIHU
H. W. Roberts, Chiropractor, 412-13-
14, Col. Hudson bunding. Phono 707. jf)
346 Ijjjj
I. J. McKell, Chiropractor, fourth 9r(J
floor Col. Hudson Bldg. Phono 630. INI
3001 Mm
City Scavengers Wa
McCarthy & Co., 2734 Grant avenue. ffll
Phone 201S-W. ffijfl
Electrical Wiring nffi
Wiring and repairing in all its WR
branches. Auto & Electric Supply, uQi
2561 Washington. Phono 325-326. jffifli
40S4 Mil
Engraving Jfijl
Ogden Engraving Service, Co., mak- will
ers of fine cuts in one or more colors.
2108 Washington. Phone 463. 1JJJ
Piinn TTnriiTi t 9811
J Leave orders at CONSOLIDATED
3 MUSIC CO. for Thomas S. Xshwbrth. ml
ij Tuning and repair Jobs. WorK guaran- HQ
V teed. 1 109 HI
Furrier and Taxidermist-) fi
Furs cleaned, stored andfemodeled
In the latest styles. New orders taken.. ;U
Summer prices. All" work guaranteed.
T. Gajewsky at Burt's store. Phono 9
Hotel I
Tho only fireproof hotel in Ogden. j
Rates 75c and up. The New Brlgham, H
Wall avenue and Twenty-fourth street 13
Phono 2430.
Junk and Hides I
Western Hido & Junk Co., 2223 H
Washington Ave. Phone S61. H
Ogden Junk House, 2059 Washington
Ave. Phono 210. P
Life Insurance II
Mutual LIfo of Now York. Phono R
245 1. J. P. Corry, Dist Supt. ' 172 II
Money to Loan I I
Salaried peoplo can get It without BU
security, others on furniture pianos, ml
etc. 21S Hudson Bldg. Phono 871-J. Hj
New and Second Hand Goods II
A. Siner, new and second hand fur- Bn
nlthre, clothing, etc., bought and sold. HI :
Suit cases cheap. 241-213 Twenty-fifth. Ill
Phono 1321. llj
Physician and Surgeon Sji
Dr. A. Fernlund, office hours 11 ta Oj
4 p. m. New Pcery Bldg., Hudson Ave. W
Res. Phono 64 6. Of flco phono 1900-W. H
Rug Weaver m
M. W. Goeschl, rugs of new goods, n 1
rag rugs and carpets. 3227 Washington. Ijj
Telephone 1443-W, Ogden, Utah. 9005 1
Sewng Machines j jj j
Whlto Sewing Macblno Co. 2271 J
Washington Ave. Phono 2884. , J !
Sanitary Work m
Sanitary Garbage -Co., all kinds of jfij
rubbish hauled, ash pits cleaned. jB
Prices reasonable Phono 020. j
Second Hand Stoves BR
Wo tako your old rangers first pay- M :
ment on any new rangci.tor will hav ftjj
your old range outright. Home Fur- JRM
nituro Co. "O-'a ml
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