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"""TTT m REALTY co.
I 10r,g 2S75 Hudion
i I 2S!"n attractive investment. A lot;
-h three email bouses, whose rental
I i. $70 or more; the lot Is in ft
i S attractive location Price 18.350
- li.h and term
I GoOD 5-rooru brick bungalow: mod
(UH basement, close to scho I; I
lood location Price L25o. Ten..-
ROOM frame, nearly new, bath light,
I dement, good lot. Trice $2,000. $500
down and ea.sy terms.
I iff ou want quick results for reasc.n-
hv commissions, let us sell your
I ,1D 9452
I hoirifj ; j
"roM bouse with pantry and
I inthes closet, full basemeni, 3 lots
I feel frontag Will build chicken
t ion 36x12 and other outbuildings.
7 water Bcau'iful locality, only 3
hiock from car line. (nl $1750 00.)
V ,.n i:m. n I.;. v n.-r 9497
I GOOD 4 -room frame house on 20th
I street, near the Smith, rn Pacific
I !fc0ps, "i"1 OQP acrr of ,and ThlR is!
rood substantial house; some truit
if.-. : he land is worth
i twice whai th property is held
(2250, $500 dollars down, balance i
I on any kind of terras. J. J Drummltt,;
417 Hudson a venue. 9476
I MVE-ROOM brick, on bench; well-J
,jlt, sim n o. o rn, hardwood floors,
;(' deeping pr,r"h A beautiful home;
I early possession; terms. Call 2495 J. j
9419 !
iWNKR, 5-rooni brick house, with
lirpe lot; good garden, 100x135, and j
Vn coop. $5000 294S Quincy Ave. 1
9423 j
jTv ( iTA'NER, an eleven-room modern
I lramc house; close In. Call 2834
ter 5 p. m. 9429
5 ROOM brick cottage, large lot Price,
QO; $500 down; $25 per month !
Ufred E. Stratford Phone 69 or 229C-J. I
1 pWO crcs ot land with good brick.
house and a good frame house, this I
I nroperiv is located near Wall avenue J
E on 20th street, has plenty ol truck-I
I age, only $4500, ?1000 down, balance
I on terms This is a great buy, the
I land is worth three times what the
f owner asks for it; it belongs to a pon- i
f resident. J. J. Rrummitt, Phone 59. i
f gO-ACRE farm, with 40 aharea water.
ood Groom brick house, good barn,
and outbuilding-; will take good r.omc.
m t-den as pact pament W. P.I
I Route No. 1, rox 115. 9386
U'-Td DATE modem tuoniii hou.-e,
well located. Stationery tubs, furnace,
I etc, disappearing beds Thone 2029 .
9.141 !
BY OWNEK, a line house , brick and i
I ut sIodc. Paed, etc. All improve-1
I DienUJ dene. 2113 Lincoln Ave. J156
m S elegant lot on Hudson avenue, this j
lot is 25x168 feet, nil special ta.e
!l paid; onl; $75.00 per rront foot. J.
I J Brummitt, 2 1 17 Hudson avenue
j 9176.
b-ROOM modern house; good location; '
:or quick sale will take $3,000. J. F
j Walker, C02 Eccles Pldg Phono 853.1
1 9123 j
I SROOM modern brick house. Hot
I water beat, garage, etc. Well located. 1
j Terms to suit. Phone 2967-R 90S1
C-KuoM trame, modern, garage and ;
i basement, on Adams Ae.; fino loc j
I uun. $2500 cash. Inquire Rooin 12, ;
ss :t)th ana Grant. S6j7
1 A m)OL 5 room partly modern home,
'. t well located close m on Lincoln ave-
St nuc, only $25oo, $5o0 down, balance
at on terms. J. J. Liummitt, Phone 59.
g I 9476
J 5 ROOM trame. modern oxcept heat. I
? Close in on paved Street, lot 50x13.
W'lU sell or. bmall cash payment, ba1
' inctiii oulhly. Unly $27u0.
I i ROOM bricK, close in, lot 60x138 !
I Will want $t0o cash, $20 monthly on I
I fiance. $1800.
W I. A. AicCuL'-ich, under First National'
I bank. Pboce 301. 5007 1
f" -2C5 ACRES at $4u per acre, in IL'X j
oj Elder county; liuo acres unuer culti-
i '.ation; 220U acie.s tillable. Over X00 '
I icrcs will be planted by tho middle cf J
f I Uctober; 15 miles ol lence In good I
git condition, dhiuvd into separate adjolu-!
, mg tlelds Ali Hal laud. Also 22 head '
i4f I ui horses, harLess and machinery, iu-;
(? '.luuing gae tractor. Small houses ac-
ct t-ommodalin tv. lamilles. Good barns
ig lor animal?. Terms, $12,000 dowc;
tialanco in yearly payments at 7 per
(.em. Thomas Greaves, Preston, Ida. I
fi , S960j
I ONE ol the best (arms in northern
I L'tah ol 150 acres; is located near i i
dea, on electric car line, has paved
itreet running through it; has plentj
"; water ngbt lur co acres, water
JJB can be dek op d for balance. This :
3m ,arm i;i rtasonably worth $25,000; :
JJJt J14.00U will bu: it, $7000 down, bal-1
t anc on 4o ears lime at 6 per cent
interest Here is an opportunit to
tgm make $25,000 within the ni three'
I years. J. j. brummitt. 2417 Hudspn ,
M avenue. 9476'
ROOMING houso 2214 Wash. K883
OWNER Modern apartment house
I t G apartments. Close in. Liberty
I bonds taken Phono ioOS J. b865
F DESIRABLE building lots, corner of
, -'th and Jackson. City water main.
I sewer, sidewalk, taxes paid. $250 for
I H leet. $5iio tor 54 feet. A Ken
'"'dy, basement I tab National Phone
S "3. 9426
l ONE (12) twelve-room house at $52oo
! ONE (4) i,pt. house at $7200.
i p'V'?, rom house at $7200 also
I HVE acrea and new o-room bouse at
$ I u-' propertv on paved streets. Call
jjl Farr li s, fi44 25th St 9"?21
W :MV FARM, 112 acres, for sale, 1 12
miles from Kaysville Will sell with
"luipnient or without. Box 540 Kay
nlle, Utah. N. N. Hayes. 921b
t WV HAVE: Good values In irrlgaitf.l
t,r farm; close in; snaps in well equip
Kf l)r (amis iu good locations; bar-
I wains in city residences and lots. Call
L nd see us. Porter Realty Co., 2374
y I'as.-ror.nt Wnsh. Ave. Phone 187ti.
W 9232
I Read the Classified Ads.
s ,
At Once Strictly modern home
facing Lester Park, four rooms
on each floor Can be easily
made into double apts. F'nish
ished throughout in hard wood.
Three fireplaces. Two sleeping
porches. Fine finished base
ment, garage. All improvements
complete. Good terms Apply to
owner. 600 24th St Phone 610.
93 Kt
FIVE Room fram.- bungalow and IS
additional 50-foot lots four block from
I nd of 25th strei i ir l.n. (.-ment
basemeni 10x10, bath, toilet, sink, hoi
and old water $3760. f ash payment
$750 and $25 per month O A. Ken
nedy. basfm.ni ('tan Nail Bldg
Phone rn. 91:
7-ROOM mod. brk.. bench, S1750
7 room mod brk. R. R. dist., $5500
7-room frame, bench. $4250
Address P. 0 Boi 587, L-d.n. i tah
THREE rooms, sleeping porch and
bath, No. 3504 Jefferson kve., 11750
Inquire Volk. r Lumb. r
HOUSEHOLD fumituro 2623 Brink
er Ave Phono 1684-J. 9 10C
NICE 5 -room house for sale f3 OWK
er Lot 52x338. 937 12th St. 9394
SIX -room modern brick bungalow
Phone 1635 939;:
I'.Y OWNER, .i 5-rooui modern lorn,
on the jonch. Large lot Well loeat
ed Phone 1648 -W, 938C
EIGHT-room modern home. Partv
leavinp town. 2135 Adams. 936
A GOOD 5-room modern liouse, well
located, close in, on Lincoln avenue
with all special taxes paid, only ?2 6
down; balance same as paying ren
J. J Brummitt Phone 59. 90".
5-ROOM partly modern house Largt
ligbl rooms. 3677 Adams. 9064
BY owner 5 room brick bungalow
strictly modern. 360 33rd 8845
TWO 5-room apartments, modern, ;
5;ood buildins lois in rear. Call 2M4 R
Sundays or evenings. 931 1
ACGOUNTANT wants set of books foi
evenings, rhone 2477 941
MAN with 1 ton truck wants haul
ing contract. Call 252 -W. 936
CAPABLE, energetic maD experieDcec
as salesman and as director of laboi
seeks employment with reliable loca
firm who can pay for good service
Address box H. E. 616;
EXPERIENCED clerk wishes positio:
in either dry gcods or grocery store
Address P. O. Box 135. 601.
,-,-- H0j0uy pumjj nr j-m. tjujjj
L ToRnt j
HIGH SCHOOL teacher wants aparf
ment for one. Phone 2400 or 709.
BIODERN 3-room unfurnished apart
ment by October 1st. 2871-.I. 9401
FOr.'. or 5-room modern house. N
children Phone 2615 -W, 9371
THREE or 4 rooms unfurnished
ground floor. 2 in family. Box 60
care Standard. 933;
VERY desirable tenants; small lur
nlshed house; 6 months or a year
Phono 322. 8o2
BY YOUNG couple, small furnished o
unfurnished house; must bo clean; n
children. E. J. C.a caro Standard.
WANTED, 2 or 3 furnished rooms fo
llg'" housekeeping. Man and wife, n
children. Address room 15, H J. G
Helena Hotel. 937
A two or 1-room apartment or cot
tage, furnished Phone 1268. 936
TWENTY years' experience, card an
character reading. Call 157 '6th.
ONE large room, furnished or unfur
nished 27 ;i I. lferson. 9360
L Miscellaneous
OWIi .
GARAGE lor rent, 2807 Washington
Phone 1466. 9346
BRICK garage 634 22nd St 9356
6-PASS. Ford lor Ford truck, lvorson,
1040 Y ash Ave. 9120
i .
i FINE Oakland property for propertv
! here. Phono 333. 6194
COWS, calves and pigs for automobile.
Must be in good condition. W. P.,
! Route No. 1. Box 115. 9387
YOUNG percheon mare and horse, dou
bl harness Ughl wagon, .amp wagon
'and good truck for fale, or will trade
ilor practicallv new tord. 2215 Madison,
Board and Room
; BOARD and room for men only. Prl
vate familv. 225 33rd. 9383
I WE take our old range as first pay
ment on any new range or will buy
I your old range outright. Homo Fur-
nlturo Co. 4672
j Read tho Classified Ada.
Female Help
GIRL to assist with housework, Rood
home. 2456 Madison.
U1KLS wanted in kitchen. Call for
'chef. Dee hospital. 9454
3CHOOL sir! to do housework; good
homo. 24 56 Madison Ave. 9417
WANTED Waitress at Daisy Lunr! .
120 25th St. :
i ELEVATOR girl wanted at The Reed.
J 9407
MIDDLE-AGED woman to care lor
i uo children while mother's h ij
748 23rd St. 9319
CAPABLE young gin to assist wbh
! housework, 619 25'h St Phone 1665.
EXPERIENCED sewing girls wanted
Madam. Capiau, 3rd Floor Wrignt's
Store. 9212
j CHAMBERMAID wanted at the Reed
hotel. 9193
K. Pi:U! I-..N ' KI' mangle girl wanted
llat Troy Laundry 9157
j . .
EXPERIENCED Baleslady. olfer's
; I Cloak .sub. Co., 2378 Wash Ave. 9111
WANTED A good sales lady a' ibi
rocks Bros. 904ti
WANTED A chamber maid. Heal)
; : hotel. Apply n person. 9011
t)GOOD girl tor housekeeping drp.i
nienl ol the Dee hospital. 69 78
; I GOOD cook and girl for room wo-k.
1 1533 26lh Sl S91 1
' SM ALL cchool girl lo assist with child.
1 1535 w ashington. 8906
! I EXPERIENCED Ol inexperienced guls
i in all depts. (Jood pay. (jgden Steam
: Laundry, 437 25th St. b879
"'EXPERIENCED ironers in dry clean
ing department. Good wages. Ugdeu
Steam Laundry. 8560
j EXPERIENCED stenographer wanted
1 Address K. Standard. 8464
EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper
; Good pay. 282 25th bt. 843
'GIRLS wanted to sew on overalls. We
i pay while you learn. Only those who
' : wnt steady jobs need at ply. Scowcrolt
I .Manufacturing 6014
1 j , :
Lmm i m J
i4-RQOM mod. apt. gas range, sleep
ling porch, ideal location Phont' 102.
!TWO rooms in private residence. Hot
' and cold water In each Gentlemen
, only need apply. Must have refer
jences. Inquire 2624 Jefferson 94'ji
' LARGE front room ior rent Two
i NEATLY" furnished front room wPh
I bath. 476 22nd. 9396
' SLEEPING room, 2b38 Adams. Phone
j 2966 W. Call after 6 p. m 93"C
' TWO nicelv furnished rooms. Inquir.'
-1 443 29th St 931S
! MODERN sleeping rooms, 2630 Barlow
.Ave. 2095-W. 9ulS
- FURNISHED front bed-room for tve
gentlemen. Phone and bath No. R5S
'26th St. 332:i
. MODERN sleeping room for rent, 74i
23rd street. 93
i 1 LARGE cool sleeping rooms, C0 24th
1 , St. PIkoo 610. 5051
1 ACCRUED int. pics market price fo;
J I liberty bond paid by J. A. Hogle & Co
. 244J
r Jj-uw-i.-i.r-u juwu-lti r.ro . u WMwZj
r Pink knitted bag with tatting lmlde
3 : Phone 1407. 9 IS:
5 1 BROWN neck fur, last Sunday, br
. tween Pine View and Hermitage A". is
- Wm. Purdie, 165 23rd St oi phont
6 909-J. Reward. 947-
I I A RING of kes. Return Ogden Stand
! ard. 94-i;
t I
i PAIR of chains lor an automobile am
!0 ft. ol lasso rope R. ward. Phom
7 1 1684-J. 910:
j SATURDAY" evening a brown leathe
, put . containing money and socla
I tickets Phone 1957-Vv Liberal re
Kard. 930:
ONE 8-month-old Airedale pup. Phoci
JI1393-R. 871:
- BLACK leather pocket book on Sc
Fork road. Return to Star Restaurant
! 174 25th Sb Roward. 497
jGULD PIM.MGD glasses, Juju3 H. Pc
! turn 2832 Nye. Reward. -4
MONEY to loan on real estate secui
Its J. C. Nye Agency, u02 Eccles Bldi
MONEY advanced to salaried peopi
without security. Others on furnitui
laud pianoo. Easy weekly or monthl
i payments. DLi, 227 Col Hudson Bide
I Phone 871-J. 878
RALPH P. HUNTER, iiivaoiishe
188K- Mortgage Loanb, Real Estat
1 LuBurance, Utah, Idaho lands, (arm
j u.uq city property. Persona desiring t
j loan money on good llrst mortgag
; ecurlly will do well to conauit mo.
Good applications alwaya ou ham
.l 24 Ui BL, ugdon, UUo, Z&l
'MONEY to loon 00 improved real ej
late. Kelly & Hernck. 77
I MuNEf 10 loan on real cut eecur
I tljr. J. J. Brummitt. 6-fl-t
i have a verj nne propoiion for
'few good active salesmen In an pai
I of Utah, Idaho or w estern Wyomin:
Special offer to party capable of hand
ling state agency. Write to or call ev
n : at 607 7th St., Ogden. 854
Miscellaneous '
FOB SALE 60 inr-h roll top dk
Phone :;n99-M 9484
P!KI i-'Yi; mapb- dresMng tabb
$25 00 928 23rd St Phone 887 J 9495
PIGS for sale State Industrial School
TAILOR sewing machine, $5.00; v ard
robe $3 50, bed springs $1 00 570
7th St., City 9493
FURNITURE for five room house In
quire 262!) Monroe avenue. 9492
RACER bicycle, m first-class condi
tion. Phone 1756 W after 6 p. m, 490
'CRAWFORD peaches are better Flavor
this year than Albr-rtas The w
jtnly last a few days. We still have'
some. Phone 3146 0453
PEARS Call at 737, 12th 8 9455
HdLSTEIN heifer: cheap if taken at
Once, 1035 22nd St 9401
" HOROT GHBRED registered Berk
shire 2-year boar; 6 months old pic..
i Phono 8-R-3. 9468
I CLINGSTONE. Alberta peaches, Con
COrd grapes Phone 8-R-3 9407
;( 'i:M.i: rlinp peaches 1C4S Libeity,
: opp Glenwood Park. 9466
l PICKLING cucumbers for sale. Phone
j I7-R-1. 9443
INVALID rubber-tired wheel cbalr 614
Sullivan Ave. 9418
j TABLES, chairs, stov.- lerson. 1640
Wash. Ave. 9421
HOI SEHOLD furniture Apt. 16. Ivy
Apts 418 26th St. Phone 2214. 9422
A FEW soldiers, and Boj Scouts tail
'ored unitorms in serge Low prie. A,
Dundee Woolen Mills, 2431 Hudson
Ave. 9135
CWO SINGLE iron beds, with spring
2665 .Monroe. 9 125
t).K china closet and buffet, 91
24th St Phone 154 :-J. 940C
1 16-YEAR old boy's first class uintei
overcoat for $10, and other wearing
apparel reasonable. Phone 380 M. 941C
WICKER baby buggj . good condition
nu"v gas stove and heater t all I05i
26th street. 941
ONE registered Shorthorn Bull, one-vcar-old.
High grade. Call 252-W
SMALL pigs. Call Phone 1958. 936!
-MALL cook stove, buffet, gas rangt
and kitchen table Phono 1921 W
54-GALLON galvanized gasoline tank
Singer Sewing oachine, buggy, pole
I wheels and gear. 32J4 Grant. 938;
SIX White Leghorn hens Phone 2208
j W. 934(
1 j CRAWFORD peaches for sale. Ph:n
13146. 1005 Farr Lane. 931-
PICKLING onions 4c per lb 47u Can
!yon Road. Phone 1545 M. 9317
! RUBBER-TIRED butscy and truck bed.
I inquire 2355 Madison. 2154-J. 9347
20-40 KRAIG JORGENSEN army model
arbine, first class condition, $15.00.
Tel. llll-M 2753 Wall. 9282
1 YOUNG farrowing sows at pork prices.
; Phone 2222 9110
i MIDDLE-AGED lady, care tor three in
;lamlly. Inq. at 3211 Grant. 9122
1 ! WHITE Champion Lowe and Elberta
peaches. 1050 Canyon Road. Phone
357-R. 9104
, Wc 0u, sell or exchange pianos; altJ
I violins. I'autone, 2'jth anu Hudson
ELBERTA and Lowe peaches Differ
ent grades. Reasonable. 639 7th St.
Phono 2135-M. 8989
-' 0500 SHARES Cub Oil, 4c Must raise
l money Liux W, Standard. 8967
'(.'HEAP new White Sewing Machine
(Must sell at once. 622 27th St. 89t0
I ,
NEW davenports, $52,50 644 28th St.
; Phone 2360. 8640
1 FOR sale, one hand plow, wood or
;iec-l beam, one gas range, one wagon.
; .vall ul 2812 Grant Ave. 8451
,UN'L Ouick Meal enameled range. 2741
Mum Ave. W(o
- CANARY birds. 2220 Lincoln. 83Jl
i '
. 1 SECOND-HAND gtaiti una potato
B I sacks. Phone 210, Ogden Junk tiouse.
lllCtl grade line ol painLs ana Drusbes
, ! lor sale at cost. 1800 Washington Ave.
8 1 1 bono 68t J. 20-1
SECOND-HAND goods bought, sold
0 and c.vcbuugeu, lbuo Wasbiugton Ave.
" I rbono b86-J. 2t26
1 J. A. HOGLE & CO pa) highest prices
ui Ogden lo. Liberty bonds. 2450
. UNCjiliLED for suits, tailor made, big
reduction Gordou'a, 211 25 25th St.
4 i'boue 419. 2157
TillvEE good milk cows. Phono 730.
5, H7
e SIX sacks wood for $1 Phouo 828.
e Wheelwright Wood Yard. 1417
lliKEL good uiilck COWB, Phone 7J0.
7 1 i77
8iWE lurnisb and install high grade
g I electric or hand elevators, any capa
0 ! city. Write Wm Watrous. 249 Edison
0 I street, Salt Lake City. We buy second
band ones. 2366
i. 1
truT.nrii-ii j
" Gf)(.)D home lor married couple whe
j vvill keep house and take care of small
bov during the day. Box 33.. car
!" Isiandord 946C
Concrete Ornamental
j Works j
CEMETERY concrete coping. Wheel
r- wrigbt. Twentieth and Douglas Phone
4 2628-W. 4284
Male Help j
RELIABLE office boy. Bring permit.
Apl.h Circulation Manager. Ogden
Standard. MS" ;
EXPERIENCED male stenographer.
Apply 521 Ercle.s Bldg 9466 1
CLOTHING and shoe salepman; ex
perience preferred. Good wages The
National Outtltting Co. 2345 Washlne-,
ton Ave
THREE men with $350 to $65u. v ill
vn vou in business In Ogden or Lo
znn . guarantee you $20 to 45 day, in
e?tment cruaranteed Mathews, 22 l
Y u hlngton Ave. ? tT-
A BRIGHT man to solicit in Ogden,
$6 00 per day and commission Ex
perience not necessary. Address P o.
Box 554. Ogden. Utah. 9399
! WANTED bo with wheel Mclntyre
Drug ' 9101
I BOY warned for delivery; good oppor
tunity to learn the drug business. Cul
jley Drug Co 9388
ROY" with bicycle to delive.r Brown
Carlson Treseder 9384
SIX good laborers to work at brick
Ivard. Inquire at 3117 Jefferson Ave
I j. Jackson. 9363
BEFORE selling Liberty bonds get
prices from J. A. Hogle & Co. 2451
To Boy
Ibsss I 1 '
1 LARGE heater; 2 small heaters tor
sale. Phone 1291-R. 9iufl
FROM owner, 5-room modern bunga
low, good location on the bench; give
full particulars as to location, pnc.
'and terms Address Standard, Box 11
WANTED 'o buy, modern homo on tb
bench. Cbristensen Shoe Store, Wash
!avc. 946:
1 TENT, shotgun, 22-nfle. Iverson, 1644
,Wash. Ave. 942
i 1 2438 Washington Ave., under Posta
j Telegraph. 919;
i . ANTED Side car in good repair
Woodworth, 2316 Wash. Ae. 909;
SHOW case and cash register. Ogdci
Welding and Repair company. 227
, Washington. 90
j'5 OR 6-ROOM moden home on gooi
terms. Phono 20 843
I BUY Liberty bond. J. J. BrununKi
j 2417 Hudson Ave. -5J
' ACCRUED inL pluo market price fo
' liberty ponds paiu by J. .V Hogle & Cc
' WANTED Cattle, one tad or on
carload. Call ub and our buyer w'
-1 come out and price your atok. Wei
tern Live Stock Com. Co J. A. Le
8 Mgr. Phone day 730, night "9H.
PORD truck in fine shape. Tires all
new. good body. Call James. 325. 9488
1916 FORD touring; good condition
Inquire Burrows Auto Co. 91(5
1917 SAXoN SIX, newly painted, new
I lop; just overhauled; 5 tires, $575.
J 191 T Saxon Six, good shape. 5 good
1 tires; $325.
2 1917 Ford touring cars, good as new,
laiso other used cars at bargains Har
; bertson Bros., car Binford-Kim lull
Motor Co. Phono 670 9473
MODEL 32 HUPP. 958 22nd St. 9133
1917 FORD touring car. Excellent z n
uiLlou. Kingston Bros., 24th and Grant.
Call 252-W. 9.421
SAXON Six, 1917. must be seen to be
appreciated. Call 3228 Grant, Price
,$395.00. 9393
! WILLYS-KNIGHT Overland in first
! class condition Will sell for $900 00
lor first pavment on real estate if tak
en at once. 2629 Madison. 9322
FORD Coupe, 1918, mechanical condi
tio 11 perfect, excellent winter car.
one 8C.6 513. See car at 825 25th
SL 9301
11918 7-passenger Chandler, Al condi
;tlon. 5 cord tires, new top, battery, etc
1 Price $1000. Address, Box 600, Stard
;ard. 3281
I HAL 12, Just overhauled and painted.
Five cord tires and wire wheels. Call
W. H. Wright Sc Sons' garage, rear 531
2".th street. 9254
1 FIAT, Hupmoblle. Chalmers; all .n
'good running order. Wasatch Garage
land Storage. Phone 726. First-clas
' shop in connection, 9116
STUDEBAKER six cylinder roadster.
I Late model. Big snap if taken at once.
J Party leaving tow n. Call 6uL 8859
j 1-TON Indiana truck. Firs'-eJass condi
tion Phone 711-W. Wallace 4c Wheel
' wright Garage, 2451 Quincy Ave. 9109
1 1 1
Male and Female
'GOOD position open for energetic per
I son in this county. Can devote all or
part of your lime. Some experience in
selling or soliciting preferred, but not
1 BSentlal, as training will be given you
I Write today: J. B, Bennett, lield mau
1 ager, Curtis Pub. Co., Reed Hotel, Og
jrien. 8523
'WANTED Composers of verso 01
music to write me at once. Brilliant
Opportunity for good taient Address
iBuitoII Van Bureu, Grand Opvru
I House, Chicago 9145
LIBERTY bonds botighc J. J. Brum
mitt. Phono 6ft. 2539
j CLEAN RAGS WMitfl at the Stan
, uard office.
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In the matter of the voluntary applica
tion of the R. & O. Quality Shop to
1 isinrorporate.
Notice is hereby given that B. Opp- j
man on behalf ot the Board of Dlrcc
tors and the stockholders of the ibovel
named company, has filed an applica-
tlon in the above entitled court pray 1
ing for a dissolution of said corpora-j
tlon and claims that the same was au
thorised by all of the stockholders and 1
further that all claims or demands of
said company have been fully satis
fied and discharged and the court hav
ing made it order that said petition
be filed and that notice be given of
the hearing thereof as required by law.
Accordingly notice is hereby given
I h it all parties interested may, on or
I before October 20th, 1919, file his ob
jections to said application.
Dated September 10th. 1919
Clerk of the Above Entitled Court.
Attorney for Petitioner. 9276
I .
CemUt County Clerk er the Reipe
tlva Glfinera for Further
Estate of VY W Browning, deceased
The petition of Nora Browning n
Alonzo A Browning, praying for ?h
ppr.intment of J E Browning aa .'i
ministrator of the estate Of W. VY
Browning, Deceased.
The above entitled matter has be'i
set for hearing before Hon. A. W
j Agee. Judge, on Monday, the 22nd da;
of September, 1919, at two o'clock r
,1m. at the County Lourt House, in 'h
court room of said court. In Ogdi
City. Weber County, Utah
Witness, the Clerk of said Court
l with the eal thereof affixed. I hi.-. PU
nw of September, 1919
. (SEAL) Bv Annis Blair, Deputy Clerl
W. H. REEDER, Jr., Attorney fc
Pi 1 it ioner
) Guardianship of EYB Rebecca Hill,
I Minor
The petition of Rebecca Hill, pray'ng
1 i for Letters of Guardianship.
M The above entitled matter has b sc n
' set tor hearing on Monday, the 22nd
' day of September, 1919. at two o'clock
jip m.. at the County Court House, in
the court room of said court, ;n Ogden
jlCitv. Weber County. Utah, and an or
I der has been made directing you and
g all others interested in said estate to
-I show cause on said date, if any thoi3
I I be, why said petition should not be
i granted.
I Witness, the Clerk of said Court,
I With the Beal thereof affixed, thla lOtn
8 ) flu of September, 1919
1 ' WALTER N. FARP. Clerk
(.SEAL) By Annis Blair, Deputy Clerk
c Chez & Barker, Attorneys for Peli-
I tioner
Sarah Ann Taylor, deceased.
Tho petition of Urscl Taylor and
I Floyd Taylor, praying for probate of
liWill and Issuance of Letters Testa
- mentary thereon
!The above entitled matter has ben
'set for hearing before Hon. A E. Pr9tt
I, Judge, on Monday the 22nd day of
'September, 1919, at ten o'clock tu
'Mat the County Court House, in the
' court room of said court, in Ogden
" I City. Weber County, Utah.
-I Witness, the Clerk of said Court,
with the seal thereof affixed, this 10th
X- day Of September. 1919.
(SEAL) By nnis Blair, Deputy Clerk
l(l Harris &. Jenson, Attorneys for Petitioners.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, State of Utah, within
and for Weber County.
In the matter of the estate of Rufus
I A. Caldwell, Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
(vouchers to the undersigned at No f2"
I David Eccles building, in Ogden I Ity,
I Utah, on or before the 5th day of Ho
Ivember, 1919.
I Administrator of the estate of Rufus
A. Caldwell, Deceased.
Boyd, DeVine, Eccles & Stlne, R. C.
Gwilliam, Attorneys for AdmLnistra
Mildred M Griffith, deceased.
I The petition of Waltei Griffith, pray
I ing for issuance of letters of admn
I Istratlon.
The above entitled matter has been
set for hearing before Hon. A W.
Agee, Judge, on Monday, the 22nd day
:Of September, 1919, at two o clock p.
m. at the County Court House, In
I the court room of said court, in Og
jden City, Weber County. Utah.
Witness, the Clerk of said Cou.t,
I with the seal thereof affixed this 10th
Idav of September, 1919.
I (SEAL) By Annls Blair. Deputy Clerk.
Harris ic Jenson Attorneys for Pe
! t itioner.
In ibe district court of Weber Coun
ty, State of Utah,
Magda H. Massey, plaintiff., Hit
jley K. Hassey, also known as Harrj
K Massey, detendant.
The State of Utah to said defend
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
!of this summons upon you, if serve 1
'within the county in which this action
'is brought; otherwise- within thirty
days after service, and defend the
1 above entitled action; and In case ot
lyoui failure so to do, judgment will b.-
rendered against you according to the
j demand of the complaint, which ha
been tiled with the clerk of said jourt.
I This action is brought to recover a
1 judgment dissolving the marriago con
tract heretofore existing between you
j and the plaintiff
Plaintiff's Altornevi
P. O. Address: 402 First National
Bank Building, Ogden, Utah.
In the District Court Ol Weber
County, Stale of Utah.
I M,rtle Hunt, plaintiff, rs. Edward
M. Hunt, defendant.
I The State of Utah to said defendant:
1 You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
of this summons upon you, if served
I w ithin the county in which this action
le brought; otherwise within thirty
dayo after service, and defend the
above entitled action: .'.nd :n case ol
your failure so to do, Judgment will
1 be rendered against you according Vi
the demand of the complaint, which ( H''
has been filed with the clerk of said
court. This action is brought to re
oover 1 Judgment dissolving the bonds
of matrimony heretofore and now ex
isting between you and said plaintiff.
Plaintiff's Attorney. 'lj 1
P. O. address, 316 First National W :
Bank Building, Ogden City. Weber
county, Utah. d; v I
in the District Court of Weber County,
Utah. fe.,' Ml
In the matter of the estate of Martha
J. Witten, deceased.
The undersigned executors will sell
I at private sale, on. or after the 24th t 'fJi
jday of September, 1919. the following
'described real estate, situated in We-
Iber County, Utah, to-wlt:
A part of the northeast quarter of
Section 21, Township 6 north of Range
I I west of the Salt Lake Meridian. U. 8.
Survey: Beginning at a point 1.69
chains east ot the southwest corner
! of said quarter section; thence north
15.80 chains; thence east 5 chains;
thence south 15 30 chains, thence in
la southwesterly direction 5 rods to tho
south line of said quarter section;
thence west to place of beginning. Ex
eepting from the above a part of said
quarter section: Beginning at a point
15.80 chains north and 4.44 chains east
from the southwest corner of said
quarter section, running thence east
S rods: thence south 20 rods; thence
west 8 rods; thence north 20 roda, to
place of beginning
Together with all water used there 1
on and appertaining thereto.
Written bids for the purchase of said
: real estate will be received at tho law
offices of Chez & Barker, 400-401-402-403
First National Lank Building, Dg-
den, Ptah. on or before the 24th day
; cf September, 1919.
1 Terms of sale Cash, or certified
check amounting to 20 per cent jf tho r
. purchase price to accompan bid, he
1 balance to be paid in cash upon ebn
llrmation of sale and delivery ol ex
ecutors' deed.
Dated, September 12, 1910. " 1
Executors of Last Will and Testa
ment of Martha J. Witten, dc
ceased. I,; S f
Attorney for Executors
n Attorneys for Executors. 9&85
NOTICE 1 i j
Ogden Petroleum Company, principal
place of business, Ogden, Utah.
There are delinquent on the follow
ing described stocks on account of as
sessment No. 8 levied on the 5th day
of August, 1919, the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respec
tive share holders, as follows.
Cert. No. Shares A'mt. "ifM
Allen. E J 440 1000 $ B.00
Bingham, Andrew ..111 2000 10.00
Blugham, Adam A. . .169 2 1Q.0O
Bateman, H ..128 5000 25 00
Bateman, H 365 1000 5 00
Brophy, Leo F 251 1000 $.00
Bybee, Emma 571 1400 7.00
Cardon. Mabel 299 1000 5.00
Child, Coronel R . .436 1000 feOO
Child, C. C 462 2000 10,00
Cady, E 465 1000 5.00
Cardon. W. A 539 1000 &.00
Farr. Adrian 530 2CO0 lvi.uti
Farr. Ralph 472 1000 6.00
'Flanery. H. P 455 400 2.00
jFlanery, H. P 457 J00O 5.00
Farr, H. P 467 2000 10 Ot)
IGroosed, Arnold ....223 2000 10 QD
.Green, C. R 285 300 1.50
Perkins, W. A. 553 500 2-50
Prultt, Ed ..468 21100 10. 00
Rackham, Leonard . 250 10O .50 k
iHuish. A. V 305 500 2 50
i Halversou, George . .324 1000 5 00
iHalverson, George . ,366 1000 5.00
Harversou, George ..367 600 3.00
Halverson, George ..377 1000 5 00
Halverson, George . 515 500 2 50
I Hansen, C. J 37S 500 2.50
j Jones. Rav M .531 1000 5.00
I Lynch, John C 92 2000 10 00
Mlddleton, R. A 86 500 2 50
Miller, C. L 497 2000 10.00
Miller, C. L 498 2000 10.00
Ovlnk, Marie 90 3317 16.59
Oberg, Clarence ....251 loo .50
orton, Mary 298 1000 5.00
1 Peterson, Ezra M. . 65 3000 15 00
IPierson, C A 42o 3100 15.50
'Peterson, A. F 380 1000 5.00
i Perkins, W. A 522 2000 10 GO
Isorenson. Nels 57 2000 10.00
Fred Summerill 148 400 2 00
M. C. Smith 199 600 2.50
iSwanson, E. P. 321 500 2.50
iSwenson, Chas 272 1000 5 00
Say lor, W. B 301 178 .S9
Toombs, J. M 404 2500 12 '.0
Wilcox, John W 36 1O0O 5 00
Wheelwright, J. L. . 168 500 2.50
Watklns, Geo. F. . 192 2000 10 00
Wysong, Mattle R, .140 50o 2.50
And in accordance with law, so
jinany of each parcel of such stock as
1 may be necessary will be sold at the
office of the said Company, No. 36i
24th street, Ogden, Utah, on the 25th
day of September, 1919, at the hour of
10 a. in., to pay the delinquent assess,
ments, togethe- with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
Secretary Treasurer.
P. S. Tho above delinquents are
payable to the assistant secretary
treaeurer, J. R. Hinchcliff, at the Pln
gree National bank on or before tho
'abovo mentioned date 1
: M
Girls Before Judge
For Taking a Purse tfl
At Sanitarium
Two girls, appearing before the Juyc.- 'j,
nlle Court yesterday on a chare of hav
ing stolen a purse nt the sanitarium from
' a dressing room Tvere placed on parolo
I by Judge Dan Sullivan.
The theft of the purse was soinewh.lt (
unusual Inunsmuch as girls are not known
to he wayward. The are Icteri, IS an! i?1
I 17 years, and are the oldest of a family '
of nine children The father is n Innorer
and his wages do not permit luxuries. L .
The girls, after taking the purse, were.
afraid to mal.e away with the rontenfa
-,n.l hid tho purse under some boards,
Koys, walking around the top of tho '
building .it th opnn air pool, observed !
thr girla and reported the matter. f it,
Judge Sullivan, paid that, because of tho j
peculiar circumstances, the girls would
I noi be shi to tho Industrial school un
less they repeated their offense. f:
-OO I F:
t.i lk about women righting What do
1 you suppose a wonwn would do If slul ,
. really xm. lled powder?"
-1 guess she would ""i-lnk she had put f i
f too much of It on Kef nose." , -r
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