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H THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1920 - H
r I It ! FOR SALE 1 I R Real Estate J Jf . IDAHO FARMS I'- K LOCATED AROUND SURUEY, IDAHO, i' Wi ON THE GREAT FERTILE MINIDOKA H Ki 0oVcRNMENT PROJECT WHICH I W utolONSTRATED IN THE PAST YfcAR Mn H WHICH WAS THE DRIEST IN THE V IS HISTORY OF THE INTERMOUNTAlN ,;, M oUUNTKY-THAT WE HAVE AN I' B ABUNDANCE OF WATER FOR IRRI- I.- D GATION IT IS CONSIDERED THAT I: IS THIS PhOJECT HAS ONE OF THE 'B VERY BEST RIGHTS IN THE WEST. I?-', ft THESE LANDS ARE VERY SMOOTH 1$ if AND ARE VERY EASY TO IRRIGATE I'.i H AND THE SOIL IS DEEP AND RICH, lift Wr THESE WITH OUR WATER ANU MW El SUNSHINE PRODUCE POTATOES I"? II THAT WILL YIELD FROM 200 TO 500 If SACKS PER ACRE; SUGAR BEETS it f-ROM 12 TO 25 TONS; GRAIN FROM Ii m AO TO CO BU., AND ALFALFA FROM j H 5 TO 7 TONS, AND ALL OTHER CROPS ijt' Ht ARE PRODUCED AT THEIR BEST. '', -W THIS IS THE MOST MODERN PRO V BL JECT THAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS IiHiH EVER BUILT. IT IS NOTED FOR ITS Kvll HNE ROADS,' RURAL MAIL SEK- VICE THAT BRINGS THE DAILY MAIL fci lO EVERY FARMER'S DOOR; ITS .4S" ELECTRICITY WHICH IS USED FOR $Srt rUVVtR AND LIGHT; ITS TELE- fell PHONES, AND, ABOVE ALL, ITS BMl WONDERFUL SCHOOL SYSTEM, fi&ti WHICH BRINGS THE CHILDREN SfiS t- ROM ALL THE FARMS AMD SAFE. 'J LY RETURNS THEM AT NIGHT. ' incst MANY Ur--i U.um i fc htft. TURES EXCELL OTHER PLACES AND ! , MAKES RURAL LIFE ONE OF THt KUEASANTEST. BURLEY, THE COUNTY SEAT Oh CASSIA COUNTY, IS IN THE CENTEH OF THIS WONDERFUL TRACT 0'r M LANO-bUASTS A POPULATION Oh M 5,000 PEOPLE; PAVED STREETS; FINE m WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM; AND K IS CONSIDERED TO BE ONE OF THE 9 bhSr LIGHTED CITIES IN THb m WCSI. II HAS A LAKG E iUUAH h ACTORY, FLOUR MILL, POTATO S HOUR MILL, ALFALFA MEAL MILL. M- L-RGE BRICK PLANT, AND AN AR M ilFICIAL ICE PLANT. THESE, TO M UtTHER WITH THE FINE i-mRMS, M. ARE MAKING BURLEY ONE OF THE S BUSIEST AND THE FASTEST GROW W ING CITY IN THE WEST. M YOUR CHANCES ARE IN BURLEY IE OR ON THIS PROJECT, MR. LANO W . BUYER OR INVESTOR. IF YOU 'M WANT A FARM OR AN INVESTMENT M I HAT WILL MAKE YOU INDEPEND M ENT, COME OR WRITE US TODAY M AND LET US TELL YOU MORE OF M I HIS LAND OF OPPORTUNITY. I SPECIALS sAW 40 ACRES choice sandy loam soli 25 g seres In alfalfa, balance In potatoes m last year; has beautiful 5-room brick m bungalow, with full basement. Goou , barns and outbulldlnns. This Is an m Ideal farm which will produce big ro m turns this year. Price 9000; cash $Z003 I balance, long time. 43 acres, smooth deep soil. Has good ; : 5-room rock ounoaiow, barns, net rencs, deep well and fine water Includes b.'O , l team, wagon, plow, harrow, hay anu ' feea. FOR QUICK SALE, PRICE : ' woCO. Cash $3000, balance easy. 40 acres, fine land, small home, barn, , ' good well drinking water, sonic ma- chlnery, and It lays nice to Irrigate; 6 ! ' miles from Burley. Price S75C0. Caah S1500, balance $500 per year. ! 40 acres of oandy land In the finest cla.is ' shape; cas.y to water and ready for big ? returns Has a large 6-room house; 1 ; large horse and cow barn; deep well and motor; nice little orchard. This Is , a first class Improved farm. Price on'y i I 58500. Cash $00, balance S10CO pet ! year. I ; i 50 acres, 5 miles from Burley on a gra- t vcl road. All In alfalfa and as cmootn as a floor; buildings are good ana fences are first-class. This place is ready to plow up and got largo rc- Irt turns. Price 515,000 $4CO0 will handle. Pp" SO acres, smooth sandy loam soil, i0 , 4 acres In hay, and tfie balance In grain P last year, nas 4-room cottage, garaqo, i barns, tank house, good well, and new I i net fence. Located on gravel road. Your chance Sl4,b00 and only 53,000 casn. 80 acres, located 2 miles from load'ng station on gravel highway. Deep soil . and lays well; 50 acres In alfalfa; 2 ! complete sets of buildings, one on each ' end of the farm. This would be sn Ideal place for father and marrlcu son. Price S19.000 Cash 55,000. I ' ' 200 acres, cattle ranch, with reserve right and first-class Independent paid- 1 : up vater right; 160 acres In alfali-a; j balance pasturo land. Has big 5-roon ranch house 000 icet of cattle anJ I sheep sheds, barns, granary, garai!, two miles from school, 12 miles from , railroad; soil rlack loam. Wi.l sen cattle and sheep and all other stock ! i at market price. Come and see t'V I haystacks. Price 20.000 cash. j 45 acres; all plowed and ready for crop- This Is a new place, but the soil is i deep and the land lays well, there Is a I new 5-room bungalow and tho placo I Is fenced. This Is an opportunity to 1 double your money. Priced for quick j sale 55,000; cash 51500, balance to suit. ! u ' i& 80 acres of the very finest kind of soil, , . lays perfect to Irrigate and Is locatco , one mile from loading station. The j ' home Is a 6-room cottage, barns and other outbuildings. Price $18,030; ca;n ,. ?4,000, terms $1,000 year. ' FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL OR WRITE j IDAHO REALTY CO. i ; 445 N. Overland, Burley, Idaho. ; 2321 AN elegant lot on Tyler avenue, near 21th street. 50 by ICO feet lo an IS foot alley. This lot is near all those new houses cosL i nit; from ?5.000 to S1U.000 homos which nie being built on Tyler avenue. Only 5300. J. J. Brummitt, 2117 Hudson Ave. j 237 ; FOR SALE I3Y SKEEN REALTY CO. ; Rt-auLiful brick homo close In on -Monion Avenue. Possession at once. This homo ' i& substantially built; modern in every way. Including heaL Lot GGx330. Garagu and chlclien coops. Fine fruit and '; shrubbery, under Bench Canal. Owner leavinp town at once; gives good terms ', at $7,200. Payment down, balance at 7 per cent interest. 2300 A GOOD throe-room house on orant ave- nuc; only 5S50.00. $200.00 cash; balancu i; uame as paying renL S. J. J. BruminUt. 2117 Hudson Ave. ; 2372 I f FIVE-room liotisc for sale, 13G5 Ecclcs. 1 ln(uiic 2251 Ogdcn Ave. 2338 I M VrLL sell my six-room modern hou&u, M bam, chicken coops, runs, acre best gai- m den ground. IS 1G Adams (10th St.) 2340 ! ' city; owned bv a non-reaklent offered lor aiiout half of what it is worth. Ternic given. J. J. Brummitl, 2'.17 Hudson Ave. ' 2J WE have listed with us a gill edgo real estato mortgage of $12,000.00 on a Wyo ming ranch, to trade for property In Oedcn. THE WALKER CO. C23 Eccles Bldg. Phone 11-10 1049 AN elegant lot on Washington avenue; ; ICO feet deep; only eight dollars per front foot. Ureal snap. J. J- Brummitt, 2417 Hudson Avc3 ONE-QUARTER section land, full waier rights, well improved. Doing well, Throo n-.llf-s west of Trcmonton.' Ono mile nnci - Imlf from bci-l dump. Price ?30.000.0i. I'd A.elser, Trcmonton, Utah. U.F.D. o. l. 22C0 IWL' AN elegant piece of tracltago close in; tonsisting of a little over an acre. w:tn K0 cement building. 40 by CO reoi; M I'ulldlni? would coat $4,000 nt thp prcaer.c Uiiu.; for gaie for $3,000; $500 down, oal W aiii' on an. kinds of lfnns. J J. Brummitt. 2117 Hudson Avi ! FOR SALE Real Estate j 1 FI"'K-rooni modern new bungalow. Full hnsemcnt, hot water heat. Lew Spencer. Evanston. Wyo. .3I.l FIVE-room modem liou.se. close In on bench. See owner. Phono 23.13. 23" 2 LOTS on 35th street near Wash. Ave., i "Lots," care Standard. 2333 l NEW 4-room modem brick bungalow, situated on East front lot on paved trec. close in. House Is exceptionally well ' built, has screened porch, cement base- rncnt and garnge. Price, completely fur nished, $5000.00. Will consider selling un furnished. 2427 Hudson Ave 2.M3 I TWO city lots on 9th and Grant Photic I 2S77-W. ,150 j FOR SALE BY OWNER A strictly motN cm home on bench; house has oak fln I ish; full cement bascmnet and furnace heat; cement garage in rear; lot 55x33U feet, with canal water right. Telephone 1509. 2042 FIVE-room modern on Bench. Apply 4ul -till .U ' blX-roo.n house, $2300. Will consider ,Foid car Phone 17b'l-J. 2201 Monroe. I 2217 BY OWNER 4-room frame and 6-room brick house. Call phone U51-W or 17b3. I TWO lots. Oak Street, bet. Harrison and I Van Butcn. Snap for cash. Owner ! leaving town. Inquire 549 21at St. 2302 IK YOU are in earnest about a bouse on easy lernla, see . is. Weaell, 246S Wach. Ave. 2139 WE BUY,, SLLL1 and exchange forma. . ranches, houses and city property. Suo Ms boiorc sou soil or uu. iiniili i Fiiaders Co.. up alalia, Commerciul banK. 2057 SIX-room houso; mo'dern except furnace; two large porches, one screened In; largo sleeping porch screened in; xruit treerf, chlcke:i lvn and garage. 2831 Hudson Avenue. 2023 SEVEN-room brick house;, good location. $2500. ! TEN-room brick with hot water heat. 1 I $5000. ONE range, good as new. $30. C. D. McDONALl Phone 1514-W 202o CHOICE lots, on paved street; 10 per cent cash; 5 per cent montniy. V. IS. Wedml. 2468 Washington Ave. 1831 15C 'ACRES of farm land near .Promoc lory, liuiy equipped witn stocit ana tool. Keslaencu, stauiu, spring lor domestic uso and early water lor lrngaiion. This would niako u choice gram num. Can take a homo in tguen as jjai t paynn.nl. $4760. '. IS. w'cauli. 2l(it 'abli Avo 183.1? i FOR SAL.E iFlVE 'oom mouurn o.iu;; new; fouth n oni on ouncii; guuu sica iot; immcat-atu 1 joasesdion. Terms. V12UU.UU i GOOL house with basement, good barn , and lair sized lot. Cuse to business uis uici and li. U. l'art cash; terms on I Uilftnce. $3450.i0 ! SIX-room Irame; souL'i front; close in on I Tweuiy-thlid bt. Lot 50x132. walk, i sewjr, curb and gur.er in and paid. I Small cash paynunt; temis on balance. $70U.ja ! J. A. ;lcCULLOUGH I Unfiw" r'lrat National iJank 1G71 KII-room brick; modern, except heat; e.i from; close in on bench; good sized lot; all special, exu pi paving in and paid; close to schools and car line. A nl':e horat and ucst uuy m the city; hair wish um- oti balance. Only $421u, J. A. McCULLOUGH Under First National Bank 1719 IT Wlx-L pay you to see us about good iarm? loans, city residences and loti Phono ii70. Porter Realty Co., 231-1 Wasningtou Ave., basement. List with us. PUPILS to teach in arithmetic and En glish. L. J. Barker, General Lellverv. , 2.570 CARD and character reading. 44'J 2Cch. I 1001 ; WANTED Agents WANTED: Agents for Ogden and I clnlty. Good proposition. Previous ex- porlenco unnecessary. F-co School of Inotructlon. Address Massachusetts Bonding, and lnsurnnco Company. Acci dent and Health Department, Saginaw. Michigan. Capital $1,500,000. 22SS HEMSTITCHING and picol, 10 cents a ard all work guaranteed Singer Sewing Machine Co., 2338 Washington Ave. Phono 21. fc 1947 PLEATING. Buttons, ncmstilching plcot at 10c per yard; third lloor W. H. Wright & Soijj. ' oOl DRESSMAKING. Phone 1912-J. 207 TO EXCHANGE City property, well sit I ualcd for car In good cndltlon. Roadster I preierred. Address Box I, Standard. 1S:M ! ONE-HALF acre or peach orchard will trade Jor second land auto, oixth South ! and Fourth West, Bricham City Resi I aence, 519 Chester street, Ogden, Utah, Phone 2571-W. 192J LOT, will take Ford auto as part pay ment. Phone 1C78-W. 1967 WILL sell cheap for cash or will trade for good auto my, mechanical shooting gallery. Plenty of target rifles and A No. 1 Brunswick Phonograph and many records. For any Information call or write 24C2 Grant Ave., Ogdcn City, Utah. J. V. Rockefeller. 2359 A REAL BARGAIN IN A RANCH SIX miles north of Snowvllle, Utah. Contains threo hundred acres of choice valley, black valley tnado land, all fenced and cross lenccd (hog tteht). Good fivc room houso with gas lights and running water. A good new amusement hall. 75x30 feel bringing? in a revenue ol 5150.UU per inont'i. Good bam, garage, cemented cellar and other buildings too numerous to n Hon, Three Bi" flowing springs, ilowlng amplo water to water ever foot of this land. 120 acres In fall wheat; 40 acres of rye; housoi.old furniture, ana $6,000.00 worth of personal property, con sists of livestock and implements. Wholo thing can bo bought lor $25,000.00; with half cash and easy terms for tho balance, or will traao for property anywhere in bait Dake valley. THE WALKER CO. C23 Ecclea Bldg, - Phone 11.5U 1950 Wanted j! FOR family of 3, two furnished rooms and dinner with private family. Phono C.H. K 2000. 2'M,,,m uSE of. piano lor storage. JS39 Capitol THREE to 5-room houso or flat. Phonu 1650-J. 2zn TO LEASE or rent for or.o year with nrlvllerc of four years more, A 5, 10 or C-acro ranch with houso on it. Write b. B. Parker. 333 24th St.. Ogdon. Utah, or phono 2S53 Land must bo In A-l con dition and within a radius of 5 or miles from County Court houBC. 21S5 i ttr: i, io live-room hoiwie Willi out' or . . wo Vcns of ground. Address A. j j Standard -lot WANTED I i Female Help f EXPERIENCED stenographer and book- j keeper dcclres position; rel'ercncca given. Call 227 i-W. 23C9 MAID at Broom Hotel. 2371 EXPRRIENCED girl for housework; no washing and ironing. 2511 Van Burcn. 2375 j GIRL to do light housework. 47S 22nfl StrccL Phone 353-M. 2371 CHAMBERMAID, light work, board, and room If wanted. Legal Rooming Houne. 127 25th St. Call G4C-W. 255 EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper, good wages, steady work. Orccnwcll Confec tionery. 2347 GIRL at Wistaria, 2.141 EXPERIENCED chambermaid at Brig ham Hotel. Call In person; 24th and Wall. 2319 RELIABLE woman to do family laundry at her homo. Phono 183. 2306 COMPETENT woman or girl for cook ing and housework Good wages. Ref erences. Phono fC2. 22 Ti GIRL or woman for general housework. Call 234 after 5 o'clock 2230 GIRLS wanted in all departments. Ogden Steam Laundry. 437 25th St. 2123 GIRL for general housework. Phone 2394, 180U CHAMBERMAID at Healy Hotel. Apply in person. 1752 WANTED Chambermaid. Reed Hotol. , 1S DRESSMAKING taught to anyono willing to uuj.ly themsulvos, bee Maoam Capiau, Third lloor. Wrights" Storo. 1'21- G1RLS wanted to sew on overalls. We pay while you learn. Only those who want steady Jobs need apply. Scow crou Manuiactunng Co. 5Ull FORSALE j Miscellaneous COLUMBIA grafanola with vO rccord.i. Fone 2162-J. 2368 ! WICKER baby buggy; good as new; $21). 2Mu Stewart. 23CU TEN-ioot plato glass top floor case; 5 tables; 1 small sate; 1 electric ceiling tan; 40 fL oak laced shelving; set oi window display pictures. Apply 352 2Dlh Street. 23C1 bl.'.LilONS bed and springs for sale, cheap. 653 25lh St. 235G ALL Chandler extras for sale, at P. W. Jackson. 2424 Hudson. 2351 LUDLOW spring wagon; heavy wagon; txiJioid ana buggy harness. Phono 2219. 2337 HORSE, harness and wagon; very cheap. 446 Thirtieth SL- 2338 BLUE sergo dress, size 3S. Blue cape set of lura, all nearly now. Corey Ape No. 19. 2324 FINE -iollns sold on terms at pre-war prices, panione, 29tn and Hudson. 2331 NEW gas heater for sale, 573 2-1 th St. 2325 TIMOTHY hay in the barn or delivered, pncie j-tv. rsonh ogden. 2328 PliuNuGKAPH and records, child's gu carl aim hign-chair. iiione 2?b-iC 540 21st St. 2301 : . . PUPPIES that kiddles lovo for sale at 556 Canyon Road. 2301 COMMERCLVL rabbit farm. Belgian Flemish giants ana New Zealand lied robblis ior tale at all limes. 108 Dox.-y. Phone 1406. 2309 $600 BUYS 5-ycar lease on 34-room com pletely turnlshea hotel in center of Po catoho. itent $20u per month. Mra. Christie, 202 Eabt Clark St., Pocatciio. Idaho. 2283 FUMED oak, Royal easy chair, excellent tonuiuon. JLJhoiie '-5xu-. 22 iJ RHODE Island Red, rose comb, cockerels, a.00 each. o-20 ogaen jvvc., or Phone 259 I-W. 223b Ijl' .L...lAlj.L,C3 u.iiu gclu.lllJlUUvJ oillb.l. x,Ulll-3 hear Un.ni tin;, s.u jiiicom. l'UH good spuds, phone 151. 237 1 ! 1C1vER baby buggy ior sale, 2338 Mad ison. 2213 GOLD color velvet coat, black plush mmnjingo, 322. ov. Pnone 1o8u-j. Lven in'j ' 22ii FURNITURE, 1640 Wash. Ave; , . 21Ja SIX-room house; also canaries. 'iiony 289-. 2U07 ONE electric ..-ashor; good as new; only .icu a short tinio. can ox-i 2nh c. inj FOR NEW and eocond liana truck bodies, jee uiuuKi -Jl'J la-jfSyU, Priced J.igiu. 2'JOl BEES and pure honey for sale. Anton ivvnei', ijvx. i, t iison Lane. SECOND-HAND goods bougnt and LOsj. x. c iveiaon. - io-tw n'a&n, 1'iwqo ij. 18JJ FOR SALE A Iart,o roll top offlco desk wiui cnuii ; in kouu condition, mciuire i-.Ouin -n;2 .i wji iuti(jnai Outin. uulat;. ioj-j I GRjUN, hay. potatoes. Wo can save you I money, uiouus uraui faioro, JJ2 Twun-Ly-iitui th tU la 6 O. 1. C. boar ior service. 3170 Jacktson vveuuu. J.JU-, SECOND hand goods bought, sold aad exenanged. iouU w aaninglou Ave. Phono b80-J. li. L. bloue. 12H FULL equipment ot household furaituio lor sale. 2uaU uruiniuei-cy Ave. 597 SECOND-HAND goods bought and sold. ivcjsou, lu-iu w'aiiiiiigton avl". Phon iH. yt32 PIGS for cale. Stato Industrial School I a4o0 6500 SHARES Cub Oil, 4c. Must rai.se luoiiej. uujc W iatanuard. &yt7 Now and second liand goods bougnt, sold aim exenangea. lugiieut prices paid tor beconu nana lurniiure. Trunks and suit eases a specialty, biner Truiut Jbui niiuro biore, 21 Twcnty-min Stroeu i'none Hal. J A. HOGLE 6i CO. pay highest prices in ogden ior lluurty boiuia. 21jU UNCiVLLED for suits, tailor made; big reuueuon. Goraou st -il-o Tweniy-fUUi St. jfnone 4li. Z1'' HAVl HAY 1 1 HAYIII CHOICE aualia oalry hny ior sale, throo or llvo-wuo Dales Orders ililcd prompt ly into or wire Doago Bros., Faiioi., isevada. Retcreiico; cnurchill C'ouni Bank. -2r f WANTED j i Situations A SITUATION Ironing by the hour. Box R. -'3 6u PRACTICAL nurse for maternity cases. call 1759. 2311 WORK by tho day, 2139 Lincoln. 2330 NURSING by day, week or month. Room 4, 2245 Wash. A VP. 2297 PRACTICAL nurse by day or week 2313 Madison Ave. 18 EXPERT bookkeeper would like extra act of books to work on cvcnlnga. Box "G" Caro Standard. 1787 But then, the supreme court took all the bad dre;tm3 out of. mince pie, so eat all o it you want on Christmas. i WANTED GOOD .salesman wanted fr Idaho; cxpr icnopd in men's clothing, furnishings and shoes; good wages. Write Wcllworth Store. Burley. Idaho, 23 11 A YOUNG man over 24 years of age. To sell our 7 per cent .savings. Good salary, and excellent opportunity for advance? ment. Apply to J. IT- Andrews. Secre tary. The Guaranty Mortgaso Company. 416 2Uh SL 2312 EXPERIENCED prunncrs. W.B. Wc dcll. 246S Washington. 2311 GOOD advertising sollcllor. Qnly exper ienced men need apply. Box 555, caro Standard. 2213 BOYS with wheels. Good pay. Mer chants' Dispatch. Phone C02. 2I6Y THREE or four davs work for man and team: plowing and leveling. Phono 2335-R. 1062 BEFORE selling Liberty bondo. got prices from 3. A. Hogle & Co. 2451 I FOR RENT THREE rooms, sleeping porch and bath. Rear entrance, 771 24th street. Price $35 per month. 2350 MODERN room for gentleman, close In, $3.50 per week. References, 2341 Adamr. 2316 HOUSEKEEPING apartment, modern. No children. 336 21st St. 2307 LARGE room with bath, suitable for two. 2602 1-2 Adams. 2318 ROOM for gentleman, 2611 Monroe. 22,'il- ONE nicely furnished room, suitable ior two people. Call 2630 Ll.icrty. Tel 2095-M 2270 NICELY furnished room, apply 560 2ltn. 22V1 MODERN sleeping rooms at 2539 Gram Ave. 227.5 FURNISHED rooms tor rent, 614 24th St. 22-16 NICE room, bath and steam heat, C3G 23rd SL Phone 2942-M. 2J31 FURNISHED rooms with heat, uno or phone and bath. Gentlemen preferred. 2672 Madison Ave 22'2 FURNISHED apartment for rent, ref ercrcea required. 317 2Cth StrccL 2195 kaIMIED loom with bath for one or two gentlemen. Inquire at 262 Adam.-. Phone 1S97-.T. 2144 . j STEAM-HEATED rooms, hot bath. Block 1 nuiu uoiiiiiyion car. -Jii orant, 1S21 ONE or two rooms with or without board. Phono 2095-NJ. nou FURNISHED apartments. 2571 Lincoln Ave. U')6 ACCRUED Interest plus market price for liberty bond paid by J. A. Hoglo Co 2413 wantEd i I To Buy WANTED For Spot Cash, stock of gen oral merchanal.se; also exclusive men's clothing and shoo slock, any amount up to $10u.000. Wo go anywhere. Ah cor rpaponuence strictly coiuldcntial. M. j. Silvorstcin, 290S Adams Ave., Ogdcn, Ut 234C 45 BUSHELS whcaL Phono 3091-J. 2317 HIGHEST cash market prlco paid for veal calf, dressed hogs, sheep una beef W pay top prices ior hiaes. pelts and" furs. Call ua up and got prices or write Great estern Hide Livestock Co. Pnono 11G4. 616 Tweniy-iourth Su l3lt HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes. iNow York Cloiltin' Store, 259 Twenty filth St. laiG HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes. . w'c do cleaning, pro-suing una repairing, at reasonable prices. Now lork clothing Store. 259 Twenty-fifth SL . 1327 ACCRUED interest plus market prlco for liberty bends paia by j. a. Hogle &z Co. 2443 LIBERTY bonds bought J. J Brummitt. Phono b9. 2539 CLEAN rats wanted at the Standard otflce. rtajiT3A I FIRST-CLASS Willys-Knight 5-passcn-gor car 1-2 price. Also good Ford, 1-2 prlco at 2911 Wash. Ac. 231.1 FORD for fialo, 1917 Model. 1443 23rd Street. 2299 SPEEDSTER, the class of Ogden, for cash, bee oienn -Meek, 023 Eccies Bldg. 2261 CADILLAC roadster for salo for caan See Glenn Meek. 623 Eccles BIdr,-. 2265 OWNER leaving town, bargain for quiCK sale, Chalmers 7-passenger -Master Six. Excellent condition. Cheap for cash right now. 2787 Wash. Tel. 1304-W. 2217 j FOR RENT I Miscellaneous OHIO vacuum cleaner; best service guar anteed. Williams. Phono 2097. 2038 OHIO, beat revolving brush vacuum $100 day. Duot-pioof bag. Phono 2643-J. 1221 GARAGE for rent, 2533 Adams. 2201 BETEWEEN Farmington and Ogden car ton containing auto supplies. Notify A. R. Peterson, Booth Hotel, Brlgham City. Utah. Liberal reward. 2367 ONE 4-year-old black cow, white on low er parts and legs. Chain on left front foot. Noilly Guy Child, Phone 523. He ward. 2357 SMALL folding purse bcL Harrlsvlllo and Ogden, containing $55 in currency ana change. Return Standard olflce. Re ward $15. 2322 SUNDAY, Ogdcn Canyon. Mansfield tiro. 32x3 1-2. Call 2416-W. Reward. 2320 IN OGDEN Canyon Sat, afternoon, horn rimmed eyeglasses . Return 1038 25th St. Reward. 230S BROWN brlndlo bull terrier. Answers to namo "Jack."' Call Mrs Clyde Brown Phone 1237. Howard. 227J STRAYED from 9S7 12th SL 1 black maro 8 ye,ara old, wlro cut under right hind foot. $6.00 reward lor information lead ing to her recovery. Phono 2101-W. 2219 GENTLEMAN'S cameo tic pin.' set In gold, square mounting, finder return to Reed Hotel ornce; get big reward. 20u MOUSE colored muff; red satin lining, Lost some where In buslneaa dlatncu Finder call ll-J-4. Howard. 1653 BROWN, rolled brim hat, on Twenty-second and Hudson. Telephono 2919. 12J2 WANTED 1 I Miscellaneous WANTED Your vacuum cleaner to re pair; prices reasonable; work guarantood. Phono 2097. 1878 Women Heom to think that dark hair gives them a shady character the way they go after the peroxide bottle. Mooaatioii Bureau' 1 51-00 PER LINE PER MONTH ANYTHING New or Old ANYTHING A to new or old bought, sold or traded Phono 333. BOOKS AND STATIONERY ,,,i?r?mWtj11 oolt and Stationery, 2362 Washington Ave. Pnonc 360. 2058 BANKING Utah National Bank, southeast comer Twouty-iourth and Washington. Phono 61. CARPENTERS You need a Carpenter? Call 2SS2-R. Job work oi all kinas- Quick service ' 213S COUNSELOR-AT-LAW T. 1L O'Connelly, ogden. Utah. Legal advice by mail. Write mo tho facts. Phono 392 CARPET CLEANING K. Van lvumpen lor upholstering, car P'jta cleaned, aliercd and laid. Remaking or mattresses. Phone 2752-J. Expert ca"rpet cleaning, matresn rono. vatmg, upnolstenug, and springs re stretched. Call l'j. J. Hampton Co., Featner Renovating. Phono 258C-W. CHI RO PR ACTOR Owen W. Halverson, D. C, Rea. phon 1086-W. 7ul-7u2 Eccles Building. COOPER SHOP . Repair all kinds of barrels, tubs, stc Chrlut Lassen, 35U6 Adams. Phone 1M. 1392 DENTISTS Tho New Method Dentists aro special ists in all blanches or Dentistry. 24o5 Washington Ave. 22'Ji DRAIN TILE FOR SALE Intcimouiuain Concvcto Co. Twentio'n ami Lnicom Ave., Uguen, Utah. PnoneS 20qS ana 4i7. Jiu ENGRAVING Ogden Engraving Servlco Co., makers of uno cuts m one or moro colors. 416 'i Wcuiy-ioilrth suet. Pnono 403. FIRE INSURANCE Chirles Elscnberg. Phone 1S59-J. Cal endoninn and Michtgun Commercial Stau i dard lnsur&nco. 1572 HAY AND GRAIN Hay, grain and poultry feed- Eell Bros. 371 Twonty-thlra street. Phone 2845. 2100 HIDES, WOOLS, FURS O. M. Runyan, 2209 Wall Ave. pays "top prices. Phono 7S1-W. 152i JOBBING Jobbing, brick, cement and plastering Phone 770. 1835 Washington. 124c JUNK AND HIDES Western Hide 6z Junk Co., 2323 Wasn lngton Ave. Phono 861, I Ogden Junk Houso, 2059 Vasblngtor I Ave. Phone 210. I ' rst t r i i i i invj Key fitting and lock repairing. Hud I son Repair bhop. 2469 Hudson. 3797 i I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dr. A. Fernlund, office noun 10 to 4 I p. m. New Peery Bldg. Hudron Ave, Res. Phono 646. Ouico phono 1900-W. j REFINISHING I Brass bua, cnandellcrs, offlco fixture.! reiuushC'U T. Jtiaritm o'Ncii. Cbi 'reuiu.-ui street. I2"i3 REAL EST AT t AND LOANS Wlllaxd Kaj', real cdtato and loauti 244 U aahinguu Ave. i'iluau -ivy. lbii SCAVENGER Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools anu toinitr, Cleaned. John Chipp & Co. l'none 62r. 2Ji Hudson Ave. 97'JJ SANITARY WORK Sanitary- Garbage Co., all klndn of ruh blsn r.auicd. Pnonc 620. SEWING MACHINES We rent, repair, carry needles and parts lor all kinds ot machines. White Sewing Machine Co. 2277 Washing ion A'o. Phone ias 1. TRANSFER WORK Call S. M- Moore for all kinds of transier work. Pnono 2373-W. 1326 TENTS AND AWNINGS Ogoen Tent & Awning Co. Manufac turers of high grade storo. office and resident awnings. Walerprooi cov-3i3, bags etc. Anything In canvas. 2268 Wasnlngton Ave. Phono 263. 1524 TRUNKS AND BAGS Trunk :.hd bag repairing, round cor- m CinnxnpH i;llnrOmr'n VKt'.K lid 11UUI V.. .m,.u.w.w- w, - - Hudson. 211S VACUUM CLEANERS Phono 2582-J lor vacuum cleaner. $1.03 for 21 hours, sterilized dust bag. 6J7-1 WINDOWS CLEANED Expert window and wall paper cleaning 1 anywhere, American Window Cleaning. Phone 563. 237U Washington Ave. IT will pay you to seo us about good farms, loans, city residences and lols Phono 1876. Porter Realty Co., 23 11 Washington Ave. List with ua. 9oS MONEY ddvanccd to salaried pcoplo with out security. Olhors on furniture and pianos. Easy weekly or monthly pay ments. Dlx, 227 Colonel Hudson Bulld lng. Phone 284. S787 RALPH P. HUNTER, established 1S82. Mortgage loans, real estate. Insurance, Utah, luaho lands; farms and city prop erty Persons desiring to loan money on goou first mortgago security will Jo ...n .nnauli me fJnort nnnlicatlons always on hand. 431 Twenty-fourth St. Ogden, Utah "3 10 MONEY to loan on Improved real estate, ivolly 6z Hernck. 7711 MONEY' to loan on real estate securities. J. J. Brummitt. 6-1-19 FOR SALE ELEVATORS Wo furnish and install high grade electric or hand elevators, any capacity. Write Wm. Watrous, 2.4a Edison SL, bait Lake City. Wo buy second hand ones. 23bo WE take your old range as first payment on any now range, or will buy your old range outright. Homo Furniture Co. 1672 rToRl Unfurnished THREE-room modem apt.. $35; 2-room modern apt.. $25, Phone 100S-J. 2323 THREE-room apartment; steam boat; private bath. $35.00. Phone lOOS-J. 19 14 A THREE-story building containing 19 rooms; storo on the lirat floor; and a largo basement on Twenty-fifth St., near tho Union depot. is. At. uonroy, juo Twenty-fifth St. IGliJ forI l! I Board and Room ROOM and board for two gentlomon. 2907 Adams. Phonu 275 1-M. 2363 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Ogdon City proposes to contract tho concessions at Lorln Farr Park and sealed bida uro Invited for said concessions and will be received at tho offlco of the City Ro cordor In tho City Hail al Ogdcn, Utah, until ton o'clock Al M. on tho 26th day of January, 1920. Instructions to bidders and form of proposal can be scon and examined at the office of the City Ro cordcr in tho City Hall on said city The right is reserved to reject any and all bias and to waive any detects. By ordor of the Board of Commission ers of Ogden City. Utah, this, the 19th day of January, 1920. (Signed) C T. MOVES, City Recorder. ', FirsL publication January 20, 1920. Last publication January 22, 1920. ' Published In Ogdcn Standard. 2315 I W0RLD.S MKTS j V NEW YORK, Jan. 22. Oils were the only unusual features at the hesl jtant opening ot today's stock, market, Pan-American Petroleum and Mexican 'Petroleum were 1 and 3V points high j er respectively, on reports that the Mexican government had permitted re sumption of borings. In other quar I ters of tho list it was evident thaz lat est conditions particularly the unset tlemcnt in foreign exchange, probably would cause further restraint. Reac tions extending from fractions to two points marked tho early movement in representative industrials and rails. The market flattened out soon after tho opening, dealings falling to less t than averane nronorUons. Traders paid no attention, to developments af fecting values. The further decline of British and French exchange excit ed little interest and the six per cent opening rate for call loans wa's ac cented as a matter of course. Minor steels and shippings fell 1 to 2 points, but the only visible response to the congressional deadlock on railroad leg islation was a decline of l1 points in Union Pacific. The market became a little more active at noon when the re actionary trend became moro pro nounced. Rails Improved moderately during tho mid-Besslon on word from Wash ington that certain objectionable fea tures of the Cummins' bill probably will bo eliminated. Otherwise the mar , ket retained its sluggish and uncertnin characteristics of the morning, contin uing to ignore the foreign exchange situation. ;i CHICAGO GRAIN 1 j CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Notwithstand ing that some fresh advances In the price of. corn took place today, tho show of strength was not well main tained. Smallness of receipts were in favor of the bulls, and so, too, were higher quotations on hogs. Buyers, however, displayed anxiety in regard to foreign exchange weakness, fearing the effect would be to smother export demand for oats and rey. Opening prices, which ranged from c off to lVic advance for corn, with May $1. 34 to 1.35 and July $1.32 to 1. 32, wore followed by a setback all around to the same as yesterdajy fin ish or below, Oats paralleled the action of corn. After opening unchanged to c lower, including May at 82 to 82c, the market hardened a little, and then turned yeak. Provisions were firm with hogs. Be sides, predictions of a big domestic trade in packing house products were current. CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Open High Low Close Corn . Jan. $1.44 1.42VI 1.42 May 1.34 1.34& 1.33 1.33V July 1.32 1.33 1.31 1.31 Oats May .82 -82 .82 .32 July .75 .75 .75 .75 Pork Jan ; .... 39.00 May .'. . . 39.37 39.00 39.00 Lard May 24.50 24.60 24.32 24.32 July .... 24.97 24.67 24.67 NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX AND DE. LINQUENCY OF- THE SAME. To Whom It May Concern: Under authority of Section 276 of the Compiled Laws of Utuh, 1907. and as i directed by Section 1056 of tho Rovis.sd Ordinances of Ogden City, Utah, 1915. The undersigned Treasurer of Ogden City, Utah, horeoy gives notice Unit a I Special Tax for tho purpose of paying , tho costs of building Pipe Sowers In , Sewer District No. 110 in Ogden City. Utah, has been levied and confirmed by an Ordinance of tho Board of Commis sioners of Ogdon City, Utah, adopted and passed January 3rd, 1920, and published January 3rd, 1920. Said Special Tax is levied upon all property abutting1 on the following Street, to-wit: All that part of Van Eurcn Ave., be tween 27th and 30th streots; Brinker Ave., between 27th and 29th streets; Iowa Ave., between 25lh and 20th streets, 25th street, between Taylor and Filmore ave nues; 24th street between Polk and Fii iv.ore avenues, and Capitol street bfl tween Tyler and Filmore avenues bo and Is hereby created as Sowor District No. 140. And which is further described aa follows, to-wit; On Lots 1 to 52 in clusive, Block 2 Massa Sub, of Block IS. Plat "C." Lots 1 to 4 inclusive and Lots 21 to 24 Inclusive, Block 1, Cham berlain's Sub. of part of Block 17. Plat C." Lots 17 to 20 inclusive, Block 2 Chamberlain's Sub. of part of Block 17, Plat "C," a part of Lot 1, Block 17, Plat "C." a part of Lot 6. Block 11. Plat"C.' a part of Lots 1 and 10. Block 12, Pl.it "C." Lots 1 to 20 inclusive, Block 2 Dun dee Place Sub. Part of Lots 6 and C, : Block 10, Plat "C," Lots S to 12 Inclusive. Lots 20 to 1 inclusive. Lota 32 to 36 I inclusive, and Lots 44 to 4S inclusive. I Manhattan Sub. oi Block 9, Piat "C," i Lots 1 to 26 inclusive, Block 1 Massa Sub. of Block IS, Plat "C." Lots 2 lo 14 inclusive. Block 1, Dundeo Placo Sub. Part of Lots 1 to 4 both incluslvo acd Lots 7 to 10 inclusive. Block 2S, Plat "C," Lots 9 to 17 incluslvo. Anita Lander Sub. of Lots 5 and 6, Block 2S Plat "C." Lots 1 to 11 Inclusive. Block 16, Nob Hill Addition, part of Block 60 Nob Hill An nex, Lots 6 to 10 incluslvo. Block 16 Nob Hill Addition. Lota 19 to 26 Inclusive Block 15 Nob Hill Annex; Lots 1 to Jl inclusive, Block 11 Nob Hill Addition. Lots 1 to 22 Inclusive, Block 12 Nob Hill Addition; Lots i to 7 Inclusive. Block IS Nob Hill Addition; Lots 23 to 30 inclusive, Block IS Nob Hill Annex; Lots 1 to 16 inclusive. Block 51 Nob Hill Annex; part of Block 17 Nob Hill Addition: Lots 1 to 12 Incluslvo. Nob Hill Subdivision of Block 17 Nob Hill addition; Lots 4 to 9 incluslvo and Lots 16 to 21 incluslvo, Block 1 Robinson's Sub.; part of lot 1. Block 3 Nob Hill Ad. dltlon. part of Lot 2 Block 2 Nob Hill Addition; and Lots 12 to 22 Inclusive; Block 13 Nob Hill Addition, all in Ogdon City Survey, to a dopth of 100 feet back from the street line. Said tax is payable In five install ments. Tho first installment becomes dclin. quont on tho 3rd day of January, 1921. Tho second installment becomes delin qucnt on tho 3rd day of January, 1922. Tho third installment becomes delin quent on tho 3rd day of January, 1923. Tho fourth installment becomes delin quent on the 3rd day of January, 1924. Tho fifth Installment becomes delin quent on tho 3rd day of January, 1925. Each of said installments drawn Interest at the rate of six per cont per annum from tho 3rd day oi January, 1920, until delinquent, and It said tax or any installment thoreof shall remain unpaid after tho delinquency of the same; interest thoreon thereafter will be at tho rate of olght per cent per an num until such assessments are fuiiy paid. All special taxes are payable at tho Offlco of tho City Treasurer in the City Hall, at Ogdcn City. Utah. C. T. KOONS, City Treasurer. Published in Tho Ogdcn Standard. First publication January 19th, 1920 , Last publication January 23rd, 1920. July 21.10 21.10 20.95 20.95 i Ribs May 20.75 20.87 20.62 20.62 h CASH SALES. " 2 CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Corn No. 2 mix- ed and No. 3 mixed not quoted; No. -1 " IH mixed $1.471.49; No. 2 yellow ST.- 1 58. - r Oats No. 2 white 87Vi87c; No. 3 : white 8687c. - jl Rye No. 2 S1.72-V. : Barley S1.441.55. ' ' X Timothy seed $10.5014.50, 3 h Clover seed $45.0058.00. I Pork nominal. Lard S23.5023.60. Ribs $19.0020.00. 2 E I BUTTER AND EGGS. ,.0 5 f CHICAGO, Jan. 22 Butter un- S changed. . : j Eggs Receipts 4813 cases; un- . changed, ; I Poultry alive unchanged. . ; POTATOES. 1 CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Potatoes - f steady; arrivals 24 cars; northern.- - ( IH whites S4.755.00; western russets,' - v jH jobbing, S5 75G.00. . 1 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. I KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 22. J (United States Bureau of Markets.) " 1 Hogs Receipts 2000; market general,- 5 V ly steady; bulk $15.2515.45; heav-' - I ies ?15.2515.50; medium S15.25 - ( 15.60; lights $150015.50; packing S ) sows ?14.0014.75; pigs S13.7515.- " j Cattle Receipts 5700; market : ;! slow; about steady; heavy beet steera,. ? choice and prime, ?16.C017.90; me- S I dium and good ?12.4016.40; c6m- : mon $10.60(5)12.40; light weight, good, i; and choice, $12.6016.75; common ; j and medium $8.2511.50; butcher : j cattle, heifers,' S7.0014.00; cows, j S6.7512.40; canners and cutters ?5.- " I feeder steers S8.2513.50; stocke - steers ?6.5010.90. " - Sheep Receipts 7,000; market j closing steady; lambs S16.6519.75; culls and common $10.2516.35; year- 1 ling wethers ?14.2516.65; ewes $9,- " 7511.75; culls and common '54. 50 : 9.50; breeding ewes $9.0014.00; " feeder lambs S14.5017.50. " J - " OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET. " S j H Cattle Receipts 177; choice heavy ? ' steers $1012; goodateers $810; fair 2 steers $68; choice feeder steers-S8, ; 9; choice cows and heifers 89V ? fair to good cows and heifers S67.5Q;! -cutters S45; canners S34; choice ; feeder cow S56; fat bulls S56; " bologna bulls S45; veal calves $10 : 1 ll. H Hogs Receipts 471; choice fat hogs 175 to 250 lbs., ?14.2515.00; bulk " 1 $14. 5014. 75; feeders S9.5010. 50. ; Sheep Receipts 521; choice lambs $1416; wethers $6.50)7.50; fat 2 ewes $56; feeder lambs ?1215. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK, 7 I S CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Hogs Receipts - B H 20,000; market 20 to 30c higher; bulk " H $15.3515.65; top $15.75; heavy $15.- -1515.60; medium $lg.3515.70; " H light 515.4015.75; light light $14.75 S H 15.50; heavy packing sows, smooth, $14.5015.00; packing sows $14.00 14.50; pigs $13.7514.75. Cattle Receipts 12,000; xnarEef" firm: beef steers, medium and choice, $15.0018.50; medium and good ?11. 6516.50; common $9.5016 50; j light weight, good and choice, $13.25 j 17.25; common and medium $9.00 13.25; butcher cattle, heifers, $6.75 14.25; cows $6.7513.00; canners and cutters $5.-756.75; veal calves $17.5019.00; feeder steers $9.00 12.50; stocker steers $7.5011.00. Sheep Receipts 10,000; market firm; lambs, 84 pounds down, S14.00 20.25; culls and common $14.7517.- , 50; ewes, medium and good, $9.75 12.25; culls and common $6.00.9.25. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 22. (United States Bureau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts 15,000; market 10 to 15c high er; top $15.30; bulk $15.0015.25; heavT weight $15.0515.25; medium weight $15.1015.30; light weight H $15.0015.25; light light $14.7515.- H 00; heavy packing sows, smooth, $14. 9515.05; packing sows, rough, $14. 7514.95; pigs $12.0014.25. Cattle Receipts 6,000; .killing classes steady to strong; feeders steady; beef steers, medium and heavy weight, choice and prime $16.0017.- 11 75; medium and good $12.0016.00; common $9.5012.00; light weight, good and choice, $15.7517.75; com mou and medium $9.7515.75; butch- 1 er cattle, heifers, $7.2513.25; cows $7.0013.00; canners and cutters $5. 257.00; veal calves, light and handy weight, $13.5015.00; feeder steers $8.0014.00; stocker steers $7.50 iM 11.75. H Sheep Receipts 6,000; killing classes 15 lo 25c higher; feeders IH strong; lambs, 84 pounds down, $18.25 lH 19. S5; culls and common $14.00 ifll 17.50; yearling wethers $14. 4517.00; 'H ewes, medium and phoice, $10.0011.- IH 75; culls and common $5.0010.00. jH MONEY EXCHANGE. NEW YORK, Jan. 22. Mercantile paper six per cent. JH Sterling; Demand $3.63; cables iH ?3.G2U. jH Francs: Demand 12.05; cables 12.- Guilders: Demand .37; cables .37. Lire: Demand 14.15; cables 14.13. iH Marks: Demand 1.45; cables 1.55. Time loans strong; all dates 7& per Call Money. Call money easy; high 6 per cent; low C per cent; ruling rate 6 per cent; IH closing bid 5Vi per cent; offered at 6 per cent; last loan 6 per cent. jH METAL PRICES. NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Copper iH steady; Januaiy and first quarter 19Vi 19Mjc; second quarter 191934c. Iron, firm; No. 1 northern $45.50; No. 2 northern $44.50; No. -2 southern $42.00. Antimony 11.00c. Lead quiet; spot and February S. 50c bid, S.75c asked. Zinc easy; East St. Louis spot 9.02c bid, 9.17c asked. BRITISH EXCHANGE FALLING. NEW YORK, Jan. 22. British ex- .H change fell to a now low record at tho outset of today's trading in foreign re- mltttanccs. Demand bills were offered 'M at ?3.60& which was c under the jH previous low record. IH 1 buy Liberty oonds at JM highest prices. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. jH Brummitt, 2417 Hudson ave nue. Phone 59.