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jCf ! THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1920 n
iilX-room houso; modem oxcopt furnace;
wo large porehes. one screened In: large
Iceping porch .screened In; fruit trcoB.
hlcten rim and Karate. 2S31 Hudson
onue. 202a
BVKX-room brick house; good location.
EX-room brick with hot water heat.
XB range, good as. new,,, JSjj.
D. McDONa'lD ' " " Phono 1514-W
P. I.OXG p277e Washington Avenue
5500 TO LOAN"
30MING houacoth-Su 4 1 5000 I
)lnTEI-;X-rooin apartment house, w !
t 72xlC5 5C50U t
IIUCE-room frame houso: south
i t of town. Lot 75x137., $11:30
VO-rootn house, north part of
vn Lot G5X105. " -. $1:550
GHT-room modern frame i house: '
sc In; make tonus. -. $3300 j
il'R-room frame house, lot
.130. Good water right,. . '527,"i0 1
P. I-OXG "Mmne'wi.M '
E. V. CANXADV '
tl Bstato Insurance
,'K-room strictly modern coltago, hit.
cd on oast front lot on bench. Has
nm bent, sleeping porch, cqmcnt base-
nt and built-in features, good garage
premises. Trice $4500.U0; reasonable 1
lSof SlX-room modern cotlnge situated oh
ffjMlf lurge lot wti ont-bluldlngs. fruit trees
.sSBf and water right, Thin Is a genuine bar-
Mtj. ain nt $350(1.00. on easy tcrni3. Imnw-
Mfl diuto possession.
J rtSSjtT GOOD four-room collage In good Ipca-
wSESfc ijon, lot 50x1150 with fruit trcos and water
iltfhi. Thia is in good condition in,I
SvflBfii well worth I lie money. Price $aoon.uu,
JS&SoiH 18 Pniall pojmcnt down, balance monthly.
"B r ' ' CANNADY 2-127 IIudfi011 AQg-
-MSM Tor sale bv siceex realty co
&&H i A HEAL'TIFC'L. C-room bungalow on Van
SSSilH IJurcn avenue; 3 bedrooms; lire placo;
kst-tHw built in bnrfet: hardwood floors: hall:
X ( handellors. Minds, gas range; linoleums;
iSmW cement basement; fruit rooms furnace
jj-iSiUm I room; laundry room with stationary lubsfc
W&vaK I ne w gni pg:-. Possession in 30 dav.
"fiJElflll yviC0 '17'Jt'' Bc 'N''0'1, Phone 913. o.- j
WILL SELL my six-room modern homo;
bar: chicken coons and runs; acre nest.
fj3 ! garden ground. Call 2712AV.
5E A I-TVE-room house for sale: in good
"ftSpTif? condition, will sell eheap. Phorc 2029.
Imwli : 10C-
IPi ; ' CHOICE lots on paved street: 10 per cent
fiX'! i cash; 5 per cent monthly. W. B. Wcdell.
m'lM ix m Washington Ave. ISS1
i- JSC ACRES of farm land near Promon-
' tory fully equipped with stock and tools,
t Residence, staule. spring for domestic use
I and early water for irrigation. Th's
would make a choice grain farm. Can
f take a homo in Ogdcn as part payment,
j $1750. W. B. Wcdell. 24G8 Wash A,,,
; FOR SALE
f FIVE-rooni modern brick; new; south
. I front on bench; good 3l:cd lot; Immediate
J3 possession. Terms. $1200 00
' GOOD house with basement, good barn
1 and fair sized lot. Close to business d,s"
; trict and R. It. Part cush; terms on
balance. 53150.00
I .srx-rooin frame; souUi front; close in on
Z. Twenty-third St. Lot. 5GxJ32. Walk.
F sewer curb and gutter In and paid, j
1 .Small cash payment; terms on haOAr. 1
PS nly J. A. McCULLOUCH "' '
fc Under First National Bank
Jk FIVE-room brick: moaejn. exoept heat;
F ect front; close In on bench: good sized
r lot; all spcelal. except paving in and paid;
I close to schools and car line. A nice
hom. and host ouy in the city; half eaan
llmG on balunce. Only 5250.
J. A. McCULLOUGII
im BiT OWKElt Four-room modern bricrc
. bungalow; large screen porch: fruit roes
3H and gaiaBo; lot 60x200. 621 Cross St.
m Phone S37-J. 17,c
IMA f' FOUR-room house on bench: 5200.00 down
525 per month. Wcdell. 17:
nm I"IE-room house on north Washington.
mtm 5250.00 cash, 520.00 per month. "NVec!j
' XINETEEX-ACRE farm; orchard; good
1 buildings; on main state road to Salt
: Lake; or will trade for In-town property ,
for part payment. Phone 11-R-l. l.iC
fll 1 MODERN a-room house; 5250.00 casli. fJ'i
B per month. Wcdell. 167i
In i IT WILL pav you to see us about good 1
m'Sm , farms loans, city residences and lots.
Sfii 1 L, Phone 187G. Porter Realty Co 23,4
Washinston Ave., basement. List with
hH 3 To Buy 1
FOTR or five-room strictly modern bun- I
galow. South of Twenty-fifth St.. on I
j bench preferred. Phone 190. 194a
jH Fl'RS We pa.v the lop ;rices for all
kinds and koep you posted Big momjy
; for vou. Write us lor prices and free l
CHi shipping tags. Lester Park Market, 61C 1
ni Twenty -fourth St. Fone 11G4. Iri-lC
t HIGHEST cash market price paid for veal
E' r culf dressed hogs, sheep und beef. We I
pay top prices for hides, pelts and furs. I
I Call U3 up and got prlco3 or wrlto Great.
I Western Hide .fc Livestock Co. Phone
! HGL GIG Twenty-fourth St. 131-1
lm 5 HIGHEST prices paid for old clothe.
New York Clothing Store, 25'J Twenty-
bjja 1 fifth SU 1315 I
'H S HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes-
W f We do cleaning, pressing and repairing,
ltllaj ' at reasonablo prices. New York Clothim;
5.1 Store. 250 Twenty-fifth St. 1J7
JfiM t ACCRUED Interest plus market price for
lwM liberty bonds paid by J. A. Hogle &0cjj
k J. LIBERTY bonds bought J. J Brummltt.
maSX )r phone 50.
sllJil CLEAN rags wanted at the Standard '
M
$m r?ORRENT j
3Ol I Board and Room '
tH I GEXTLEMEN may secure Iroard and
room: mdern home on bench. Refcrencos.
roOl Phone 1530-J
Mj fECOfDTDSDTOVEsl
gB ; WE lake your old range ns first payment
uiU n any new range, or will buy your old
' rango outright. Homo Furniture Co. 1072
, FORWENT j
glj; Miscellaneous
gl j A GARAGE at 2533 Adams Ave. 1970
1 OHIO, best revolving brush vacuum
; 5100 day. Dust-proof bag Phone -'C-J.
CARD and character reading. 4-10 2C,th.
Head ibe Classified Ads.
WANTED
Male Help j
WANTED FJxnerlenccd stenographer.
I Apply offleo or John Scowcroft fc Sons
'Co,, 23rd and Wall. 20J3
1 WANTED Experienced bookkeeper Hnd
; accountant. Apply offleo John Scowcroft
& Sons Co., 23rd and Wall. 2011
; SALESMAN with $500 to 51.000 capltn!;
to tnkc exclusive selling rights for stale.
' of Nevada on Slmplox Wind Shield
Wings on Tonneau Wind Shield. No tur-
rltory to buy. Ogden Auto Supply Co..
-IfiO 20th St. Phone 3HS 2032
RAILWAY MAIL Clerk examiiiHtion.
Ofi'Jen, Jan. 17. Hundreds needed $1300
51500. Age 1S-35. Experience unnecc
snry For froo particulars, writa J. Loon
nrd (formor Civil Service Exam I nor) S05
Equitable BIdg., Washington. D. C. 101'G
EXCELLENT opportunity for men with
own cara.to make money locally. Phono
7j3. 1317
JANITOR A. R. Mclntyro Drug Co.
TWO lxys for good Standard routrf
Apply Circulation Mgr., Standard.' Bo.
Scouts preferred; 1S06
BOY With horflc for Standard route; ona
hour each day: 55.00 per week. IS07
BOYS with horses for Standard" routes
at Fivo Pplntfl. Wilson Lane and Canyon
road. Apply circulation manager, of the
Standard. 15t9
GOV wlTh wheel A. R. Melntyre Dnnr.
301b
THRlftE or four days work for man npd
toam: plowing and leveling. Phone I
2335-R. 10W
BEFORE soiling Liberty bonds, got prlccn J
from J. A- Hoplc & Co. !
1 Furnished
THREE partly fui'nl3)icd rooms; lmn0d
iate possession, also 1 furnished rooms,
possession after January loth: termc rea
sonable. 172S Washington Ave, 2032
one nice sleeping room, suitable for
2 gentlemen. 2228 Lincoln Ave. 201U
I THREE up-Ktalrs rooms.. Light and
j water. G70 22nd St. 107S
ONE largo front .sleeping room: slcain
boated. 520 23rd St. Phono 21S1-R. 17
ONE housekeeping room. 22-15 Washing
ton Avo. 199S
ONE room for lig-hl housekeeping. 20M
Washington Ave. Phone 1781. 2002
TWO front rooms. G25 Washington Avo.
10SS
ONE-rooin with bath for one or two
gentlemen 25-10 Orchard Ave. 1077
SLEEPING room for gentlemen, with
bath. 201 1 Monroe Ave. 192J
MODERN' furnished room; also garage.
832 Twenty-fifth St. ID 15
FURNISHED rooms, 313 Twenty-eighth
street. 1042
FURNISHED sleeping room for one or
two gentlemen 2122 Washington. i925
HOUSEKEEPING room. 237G Washing
ton Ave. . 191'
TWO furnished front sleeping rooms l-y
ncek or month. 237G Washington Avo,
1912
NICELY furnished room with heat and
uso of bath. Gentleman preferred. 2G72
Madison Ave, 1905
STEAM-HEATED rooms, hot bath. Block
from Washington car. 291G Grant, 1821
ONE or two rooms with or without board.
Phono 2095-NJ. 1400
FURNISHED apartments. 2571 Lincoln
I Ave. 120rf
ACCRUED interest plus market price for I
liberty bond paid by J. A- Hogle &. Co.
2419
j forjrent 1
THREE-room house; partly modem. 22i
2Gth St. 2027
FIVE-room modern house; rear 2tH6
Jefferson. Call 2051 Monroo or Phone
2393-R-. - 2021
THREE-room apartment; steam heal ;
private bath. $35.00. Phono 100S-J. 19 U
A THREE-story building containing 19
rooms; store on tho lirst floor: and a
large basement on Twenty-fifth St., near
the Union depot. E. M. Conroy, 300
Twenty-fifth St. 1G23
' To Rent
i WANTED By couple without 'children,
3 or 4 -room modern house, unfurnished.
Phone 11S5-M. 202 1
' WANTED 5-room modern house. 12S9-W
I 1990
YOUNG married couplo desfro 2 or 3-room,
modern, furnished apartment or furnish
ed rooms. P. O. Box 35G. 11)60
TWO light housekeeping rooms within
1 three blocks of Twenty-fourth SL Phonu !
287G-J. 19J0
WANTED To rent, 2 or 3' room, strictly
modern furnished apartment; willing to
pay price; no children. Phone 13SG-M.
j l7ol
, WANTED To rent a barn. Telephone
I 917. Froerer .fc Fowles. 1207
IT will pay you to see us about good 1
I larms, loans, city residences and lots
, Phono 187G. Porter Realty Co., 2371
I Washington Ave. List with us. 9o8
MONEY advanced to salaried people with
out security. Others on furniture and
pianos. Easy weekly or monthly pay
ments. Dix, 227 Colonel Hudson Build
ing. Phono 284. 8787
I RALPH P. HUNTER, established 1S82.
I Mortgago loans, real estate. Insurance,
1 Utah, lcmho lands; farms and city ptop
erly. Persons desiring to loan money
on goou first mortgago security will Jo
woll to cbnsult me. Good applications
always on hand. 431 Twenty-fourth SL I
Ogdcn. Utah. 2310 !
MONEY to loan on improved real estate. !
Kelly & Herrlck. 770
MONEY to loan on real estate securities.
J. J. Brummltt. G-21-19
I FOR SALE ELEVATORS
j We furnish and Install high grade electric
1 or hand elevators, any capacity. Wrlto
! Wm. Watrous. 2-tS Edison St.. Salt Lako
. City. Wo buy second hand ones. 23ud
1 JDRESSMAK1NG, remodeling; children-
sewing; prices reasonable. 2314 Jackson.
.2011'J
' HEMSTITCHING and plcot. 10 cents a
yard all work guaranteed Singer Sewing1
i Machine Co., 233S Washington Avo.
I Phono 24. 1947
REAR 2330 Adams Ave. Phono 1551-W.
1300
PLEATING, Buttons. Hemstitching, plcot
!al 10c per yard: third floor W. H. Wright
1 & Sons. oOl
j DRESSMAKING. Phono 1012-J. 2'J7
BUTTONS, hemstitching, plquot edging.
409 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 1610. 1402
Money makes the automobile go, nnd
the automobile makes the. money go and
J there you are",
j WANTED I
j Female Help 1;
LAUNDRESS. 432 27th St. Phone
202ti
WOMAN" for general housework. Apply
132 27th St or phone S90. 2031
LADY stenographer. At once: state ex
perience. Address P. O. Box 74G. 201B
A HOUSEKEEPER at Huntsvillo Apply
24 41 Grant Ave. 2017
GIRL wanted. Wistaria Confectionery.
1972
WOMAN or girl to clean house ono day a
week; good pay. 2174 1-2 Washington
Ave. 1914
SCHOOL girl; good home; three in fam
ily. Phone 15G1-R- 1913
GIRL for general housework. Phone 2394.
1SJG
YOUNG girl for housework. Can go home
nights. Phone 31 G-t-R. 2GU Hudson Ava.
01
CHAMBERMAID at Hcaly, Hotel. Applv
Jn person. 17.V2
V ' ' .. . v
WANTED Chambermaid. Reed Hotel.
l-isr,
DRESSMAKING taught to anyone willing
to apply themselves. See Madam Caplau.
Third floo; Wrights.' Store. 92(2
GIRLS wanted o now on ovqrallB. W
pay while you learn. Ohly those who
want steady Jobs need apply. Scow
oroft Manufacturing Co. 60U
jHFORl3A
Miscellaneous
REGISTERED Jersey cow: fresh; also
Wicker bajy buggy. 426 3Gth St. 203U
FOR new and second hand truck bodies,
see Brook". 221Q Hudson. Prices Right.
2020
FOR NEW and second hand truck bodies,
ace Brooks, 2219 Hudson. Prices RIkIiL
2001
FOUR 3Jxl non-skid Quaker tires for
salo cheap. Call evenings, " 359 Thirtieth
SL 10S5
CHILD'S crib and mattress; Jn good con
dition; cheap; call 2G15 Adams Ave.
Phono 2337-J. 1082
THREE strings of sleigh bells: cheap.
2032 Gramercy Ave. ip74
I : . .
I LADY'S brown coat, fur trimmed; child's
I go-cart and bed. Phono 3013. 1970
I UPRIGHT piano: mnhpgany case; excel
1 lent condition; eheap for cash. Phono
203S-M. 105?
BRAND now bicycle cheap. 610 Canyon
Road. Phono 161G-NW. 1020
CUTTER, used one season; cheap. Phono
3-W. North Ogden. 1015
BICYCLE, RangeV: horn and other ac
cessories. A bargain; enquire at Army
Recruiting Station. 1902
PARLOR grand piano, good as new; coat
SI, 000.00; will saorlfico for cash: also
household furniture. 2S13 Washington
Av. , 1907
BEES and pure honey for sale. Anton
Keller. Box 7, Wilson Lane. 1867
TWELVE 150-foot tables, In good condi
tion. Enquire David Ecclos building.
1817
! SECOND-HAND goods bought and sold.
T. C. Iverson. 1G4U Wash. Aye. Phono 49.
I 1829
FOR SALE A large roll top offleo desk
with chair; in good condition. Inquire
Room 403 First National bank buldg. 1590
GRAIN, hay, potatoes. Wo can savo you
money. Grout's Grain Store, 332 Twenty-fourth
St. 1473
All kinds household furniture stoven
carpets, linoleums, etc. 160 Twenty-fifth
Street. 1522
O. I. C. boar for service, 3170 Jackson
Avenue. 1302
SECOND hand goods bought, sold and
exchanged. 1800 Washington Ave. Phono
6SG-J. 1244
BIG sale on canaries: come hear them
sing. 2220 Lincoln Ave. mo
FULL equipment of household furniture
for sale. 2050 Grammcrcy Ave. 597
SECOND'-HAND goods bought and sold.
Iverson, 1G40 Washington Ave. Phone
49. 9G32
PIGS for sale. Stato Industrial School
9480
G500 SHARER Cub Oil, 4c. Must ralso
money. Box . Standard. 89G7
Now and second hand goods bought, sold
and exchanged. Highest prices paid for
second hand furniture. Trunks and suit
cases a specialty. SIner Trunk fc Fur
niture Store, 211 Twenty-fifth Street.
Phone 1321, 502
J. A. HOGLE & CO. pay highest prlce.s
In Ogden for Liberty bonds. 2 tGO
UNCALLED for sult3. tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phono 419. 2157
2j5ted
J Miscellaneous
WANTED Teacher for young boy two
hours, five nights a week. 147 27th St.
190G
WANTED A piaycr piano to rent. "The
Song Shop.'.' 406 Twenty-fifth St.. Ogdon.
Utah. 17H
WANTED Your vacuum cleaner to re
pair; prices reasonable; work guaranteed.
Phone 2097. IS78
j . .
I LOT, will take Ford auto as part pay
J mcnt. Thonc 1678-W. 19G7
i
! WANTED I
j To Borrow j
51,200.00 FOR four months; best of ref
erences. B 83. Standard. 1981
1919 FIVE-passcnger Chevrolet; run less
than 5.000 miles; cheap, O. B. Woody.
I Sperry Flour Co. 197G
uxnc
SUMMONS
In the District Court of Weber County,
State of Utah
J. AViiford Cawlcy. plaintiff, vs. Florctta
Cawlcy, defendant.
I The slate of Utah to said Defendant:
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
Summons upon you. Jf served within the
County in which this action is brougnu
1 otherwise within thirty days uftcr serv
ice, and defend the above entitled ac
tion; and In case of your failure so to
do. Judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of the com.
plaint, which has been filed with the
Clerk of salt! Court.
This action is brought to recover u
Judgment dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now and heretofore existing! hi
I tween tho abovo named plaintiff and tJjo
I above named defendant.
H. A. SODERBURG,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
P, O. Address GOO Ecclcs Bldg, Ogden,
Utah.
Wo woudn't kick so about having the
profiteer for dinner once a week, but
this tiling of having him for. a steady
boarder gets our k. goat.
! Information Bureau
1 $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
V .
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought, oold or traded Phone 333.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Brainwoll Book and Stationery, 2362
Washington Ave. Phone 360. 203S
BANKINQ
Utah National Bank, southeast corner
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono 01.
COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
T. IL O'Connclly, Ogdcn. Utah. Legal
advice by mall. Write me the facta.
Phono 39S
CARPET CLEANING
K. Van Kampcn for upholstering, car
pjta cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
or mattresses. Phono 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, matrcss reno
vutlng, upholstering, and springs xc
strctched. Call JE. J. Hampton Co.,
Keatnor Renovating. Phono 2560-W.
CH I RO PR ACTOR-
Owen W. llalverson. D. C. Res. phone
lObG-W. i01-702 Ecclea Building.
CITY SCAVENGER
McCarthy -ii Co., 2731 Grant Avo.
Phono 2013-W.
COOPER 6HOP
Repair nil klndn of barrels, tubs, etc.
Christ' Lasaen, 360G Adams. Phono ''J80.
131'2
DENTISTS
The New Method Dcntlst3 aro special
ists in all branches of Dentistry. 24u
Washington Ave. 22'jtf
DRAIN TILE FOR SALE
Inlormountaln Concrete Co. Twentieth
and Lincoln Ave, Ogden, Utah. Phone?
20GS and 4S7. 2310
ENGRAVING .
Ogdcn Engraving Scrvlco Co., maker.-
of lino cuts In on or more colors, 416
liven ty-iourth street. Phono 4U3.
FIRE INSURANCE
Charles Eisenborg, Phone 1S59-J. Cal
endonlan and Michigan Commercial Stan
dard Insurance, 1575
HEATING AND VENTILATING
Standard Heatl.vg-' and Ventilating fo.
25S1 Grant. Ave. Phoni 30S-W. A. W.
Krumperman. 1459
HAY AND GRAIN
Hay, grain' and poultry feed. Bull
Bros. 371 Twenty-third street. Phono
2845. 2100
HIDES, WOOLS, FURS
O. -M. Runyan, 2269 Wall Ave., paya
top prices. Phone 7S1-W. 152S
JOBBING
Jobbing, brick, cement and, plastering
Phone 770. 1S35 Washington, 1243
JUNK AND HIDES . ' j
Western Hide & Junk Co.. 2323 Wash
ington Ave. Phono b'Gl. !
Ogden Junk House, 2059 Vashington
Ave. Phone 210.
KEY FITTING
Key fitting and lock repairing. Hud
son Repair Shop,' 2469 Hudson. 3797 1
McQUARRIE MILLINERY !
207 Twent-fifth street. We are offer
ing a splendid line of trimmed and tailor
ed hats at great reductions. A good
assortment at one-half price. Exception- 1
ally good values for your money.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I
Dr. A. Fernlund. offleo hours 10 to 4
P. m. Now Peery Bldg. Hudson Avo.
Res. Phone GIG. Office phone 1900-V.
REFINISHING
Brass beds, chandeliers, office fixture.-?
refiniahed T. Harlan O'Nell. 657
Twentieth street. '.293
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Wlllard Kay, real estate and loana.
2471 Washington Ave. Phono 409. 1S74
SCAVENGER "
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono S2ti. 2348 Hudson Ave. 0Ti3
SANITARY WORK
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub
bish hauled, Phone 620. .
SEWING MACHINES
Wo rent, repair, carry needles and
parts for all kinds of machines, Whito
Sewing Machine Co. 2277 Washington
Ave, x'uouu 001.
TRANSFER WORK
Call S. M. Mooro for all kinds of
transfer work. Phono 2373-W. 1326
TENTS AND AWNINGS
Ogdcn Tent &, Awning Co. Manufac
turers of high grade store, office and
resident awnings. Waterproof coviiJ,
bags etc Anything in canvas. 22uS
Washington Ave. Phono 26.X, la21
VACUUM CLEANERS
Phono 25S2-J for vacuum gleaner. $1.03
for 24 hours, sterilized dust bag. oD74
WINDOWS CLEANED
Expert window and wall paper cleaning
anywhere. American Window Cleaning.
Phono 5G3. 2370 Washington Ave.
j
Situations
WASHING to tako home. Phone 29-R- l.
202S
STENOGRAPHER with 5 years exper
ience wants position ns stcnographor an.'l
gonoral office clerk. Not afraid of work.
Add reus X BoxGG4 2006
PRACTICAL nurse lor' maternity casos.
Phone 1759. IPSO
NURSE wishes to locate. Phono 1759.
1975
BAKER or cook wants ' position In olty.
Box v. R, care Standard. 1Q55
PRACTICAL nurse by day or week 2313
Madison Ave. 1
! EXPERIENCED girl stenographer, and
bookkeeper desires position. Phono
2274-W, ; 1021
EXPERT. bookkeeper would like extra set
of books to work on evenings. Box "G"
Caro Standard.
GENTLEMAN'S camoo tlo pin; set in
gold, square mounting: finder return to
Reed Hotel office; get big reward. 2007
THREE S. P. pa.v vouchers; finder please
notify phono 24-R-l. - 1983
BLACK sealskin muff; Sunday evening.
December 2S. phone 2152-W. Reward.
1919
MOUSE colored muff; rod satin lining.
Lost some where in business district.
Finder call ll-J-4. Roward. . 1653
BROWN, rolled brun hat. on Twenty-second
and Hudson. Telephone 2919. 12J2
MACKINAW between Monroo nnd Twenty-second
St.. and Thirty-third and
Grant. Phono 1473-W. l'-'34
TO EXCHANGE City proporty. well sit
uated for car In good endition. Roadster
preferred. Address Box I, Standard, lSi'i
ONE-HALF acre of peach orchard will
trado for second hand auto. Sixth South
and Fourth West, Brlgham City. Resi
dence. 519 Chester street, Ogdcn. Uta,i.
Phono 2571-W. 1923
Four year old Martha could remember
that her birthday was on the 22nd, hut
had difficulty In remembering that tho
month waa March. Thinking to Impress
It on her, her mother said: "March,
march, march! What do tho soldicrc do?"
A fow dayn later, on bolnff asked when
hor birthday was, Martha looked appca1
InLfly at her mother and then said in
triumphant voice, "Shoot, twenty-two. '
SCHEDULE PREPARED
FOR Hi HODPSTERS
Coaches of the southern section of
the northern division met last night
and drew up the playing schedule for
the hoopsters for tho 1920 season. H.
A. Dixon of the northern division, rep
rcuentntlve of tile- Utah high school
Athletic Association called tho moot
ing. Besides Dixon, tho following
coaches were present- Malcolm Wut
son, Weber; Clarence Dauglas, Ogden;
Pug Wnrner. Davis; APnn Twltcholl,
Boxeldor, and Arthur Wanger of the
state school for the deaf and blind.
The northern division this season
has boon divided into bvo sections,
the northern and southern esctlons,
the winners of each section to meet
for the championship of the northern
(Hvision. According to the rules, but
one official will be allowed to officiate
during the season Officials, will be
named In secret prior to all contests.
Eight men were recommended.
The schedule follows:
January 13 Deaf vb. Boxeldor, at
Brigham.
January 16 Deaf vs. "Weber, at
Weber.
January 23 Weber vs. Davis, at
Weber
January 23r-Ogdcn vs. Boxelder, at
Brlgham. '
January 27 Ogden vs. Deaf, at Deaf.
January 30 Davis vs. Ogden, at
Davis; Webor vs. Deaf, at Deaf.
February 3 Deaf vs. Boxoldcr, at
Deaf.
February 6 Weber vs. Boxclder, at
Ogden; Davjs vs. Deaf, at Davia. '
February 13 Boxeldor vs. Davis, nt
Brigbam; Ogden vs. Weber, at Weber.
February 20 Weber vs. Davis, at
Davis; Ogden wj, Bpxelder, at Ogdon.
February 27 Davis vs. Ogden, at
Davis; Weber vs. Boxclder, at Brig
ham. March 2 Deaf vs. Davis, at Ogdcn.
March 5 Davis vs, Boxelder, at
Davis; Ogden vs. Weber, at Ogden.
March 9 Ogden vs. Deaf, at Ogdcn.
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SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec. 7. "Why I
am Yankophlle" Is the subject of "an
1 article contributed to Ultimas Notlcias
by a Chilean who has visited the
United States. Somo of the reasons
he gives for liking the United Slates
are:
Because when a person falls down
nobody laughs.
When in the street a person steps on
another's toes, they do not insult each
other.
The shopkeepers can leave their de
liveries on the doorstep.
People keep in line at ticket offices
and have respect for each other's place
in the line.
Everybody takes a bath.
People have only ono surname.
There is no profound respect for the
police. The public fear the police and
not the police the public.
The people know how to walk in the
Btroets, always passing to the right and
thoy do not stop to talk.
There is only "first-class" on rail
road trains and special cars for the
smokers.
Drunkards in that country are an
extinct species.
The name doesn't make the man,
but the man the name.
It is a sign of ill breeding not to
respect the opinions of others. (There
are two hundred religions in that coun
try.) Youths of 18 are in tho universities,
and not in the stock exchange or the
saloons.
Democracy co-exists with the gov
ernment. The men know how to sing and aro
not bashful about it.
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The young ladyacross the way says
her father is very loyal to his home town
and always makes his loans at, his own
bank at G per cent, even though money ts
quoted as high as IC per cent In Xew
York.
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Yes, Rose, whenever a man makes a
mistake you may expect a' tidal wave
of explanation.
KISS HER "
OR ACCEPT HETR O "saEaEk
I JOR SEND'ER AJSJLK DRESi
NEW YORK Margaret Lawrence, erstwhile star of "Wedding
Bells," playing on Broadway, has discovered a ray of hope for
spinsters. According to English common law, she says, a spinster,
during leap year, may propose to the man of her choice and he must
accept, giv.c her a silk dress, or s. kiss, or all three. Let bachelors
income Tax Fads I
I You Should Know M
In making out his income tax return
the taxpayer Js required to shov both
gross and net income. Gross income in
cludes practically every dollar the tav.
payor recelnd during' the year 1919- Ir
arriving at net Income, upon which thj
lax ifl esses ed. he Is allowed certain de
ductions, which will bo oxplaincd later,
plus tho amount ofhls exemption.
I Incomes below $5,000 aro exempt from
' surtax. The slnglo man with no de
pendents and an Incom efor 1919 of $2.U!,'U
will pay a tax of $40 Instead of 3IJ0 an
for 191S, and a married man with an in
mmcoe of ?2,500. and on dependents ex
cept his wife will pay $20 Instead ot
$30.
Surtax Rates,
The surtax rale is 1 per cent on the
net income in excess of $5,000 and nDt
over $C,000, and increases by steps -it
1 per cent for each $2,000 of not income
up to and including 4S per cent on net
income in excess of $9S,000 and not ovr
$100,000. From this point the rates run
as follows: Fifty-two per cent on net
income over $100,000 and not over. $150,-
! 000, CG per cent on net incomo over
$150,000 and not ovor $200,000. GO per cent
. on not incomo over $20,000 and not over
$300,000. G3 per cent on net incomo over
1 $300,000 and not over $500,000, Gl per
cent on net incomo over $500,000 ana
not over $1,000,000, and G51 per cent on
net income over $1,000,000,
How to Compute Taxes.
Tho following illustration will show the
average taxpayer whose net Incomo was
moro than $5,000 how to compute his
lax:
A single man had a net Incomo for
,19.t9 of $6,000. First he deducts his pjr
lUonal exemption of $1,000, leaving a oal.
lance of $5,000. On the first $1,000 bo
pays at the normal rate of 4 per cen.
160. On the romaining $1,000 ho paya
at the normal rato of S per cent, $Su, il
In addition he pays a surtax of $10, 1
per cont on thu amount of his net in-
come between $5,000 and $6,000. His tO'
tal tax Is $250, as compared with $370
for 191S.
Bate For Married Men,
A married man with two dependents Hl
had a net income for 1919 for $",30i
From this he deducts hi personal c.-
omption of $2,-000. phis $200 for each de IH
pendent. On the first $1,000 of the bal- jH
anco of $5,100 he pays, at the normni
rato of 4 per, cent. $160. On the-remain- IH
Ing $1,100 ho will pay, at the normal rate :
of S per cent. $SS. On the amount of
his income between $5,000 and $G,000 he 'H
pays a surtax of 1 per cent, or $10. On Hl
j tho amount of hs incomo between $6,0i"J '11
and $7,500 he pays a surtax of 2 per ll
cent. The total, normal and surtax, is
as compared, with $112 for 191S. 'IH
Husband and wif whoso combined net
income for 1919 equalled pr exceeded $2,- 'H
000 must file a return, 'either separafj fl
or Joint as desired. A vis-jw, a womsn
living apart from her husband, or a mala
must file a return if her .net income
equaled or oxcccdccl $1,000. A minor 11
vhose Income for 1919 was $1,000 or
more must make a return: If the min
r.'s Incomo was less than $1,000, It must jH
be included in the return of the parent.
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Chilean mining- circles are Interested In 1
the announcement that a Japanese syndi. i
cate which owns extensive Iron ore do-
posits Jn northern Chile is, negotiating ,
for the purchase of coal lands In tho .
vicinity of Conccpcion. tho center of ih. 1
carboniferous area along tho south coast '
of the republic.
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