Newspaper Page Text
1, THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 192G 9 . i
L, iff, P for'sale 1
IK I RealEstate
I R 1 APARTMENT HOUSE FOR SALE
w lit This property Is bringing- In $7 per any
I F IR rental. Sundays and stormy days Includ-
M IKr U. The price 13 $11,500 and $6000 cash
I Wi handle It. 1 am pretty good at flg-
' IIP urcs out I enn't for the life of me figure
III out how anyone win be satisfied to draw
JH j per cent on their money and pass up
IK n opportunity like this, for if my figures
l MM arc correct this amounts to about 20 vr
R, ctnt Como In and let us do a little flg-
,'IBf urine r might be mistaken. AH Mis
IE sourlans are Invited to call on Thos. Auld.
I IK under First National Bank. Phone "01-,),,3
'IR "handsome new modern home"
IBf- of sJx rooms: all hardwood floors. gum
1 iK$ and enamel finish: buffet kitchen, brcak-
JK' jfgt alcove; munlel and book cases: fur-
"'IK.' jiace lient; cement basement, all partl-
-IBt tioncd off: tho classiest home of Its size
IK jn city. Located 1C7L Twenty-fifth.
iB BRICK buncalow on bench: also lot 1C5
ri IB ct from Washington on Twenty-first.
U,'K phone 1761-J. 2201 Monroe. 3S65
. IK; 90 ACRES tomato land, $3000. Or will
JTC' IKL 7cnt. H J. Child. Rivcrdale. 3010
- K " IRRIGATED LAND
H WILL 3Cll all or any part of SO acres
IBs choice land about five mlW frpm Ogdcn,
m! under Davls-Wcber counties canal com-1
iT . IB nany One -50 acre tract has some Im-
W Imf provnmcnta. This is a genuine bargain
'IE" at f 150 an acre: terms to sidL Will sell l
IP 5SI si111"0-3 of water with this at market J
"IK price. I
fc ' E. W. CANNADV "
IK "M27 Hudson Avenuo Alhambra Theater la
Wt ' next door 3842
7) j By FOUR room brick house for sale. Apply 1
i I Ml' Coro pnrtmcnts. Apartment 21. 3Q16
CATTLE, dairy, or hogs. Joins good open I
mi range. Best spring water, house, r-hade. ,
' . wf trees, email orchard, near school, no hardi
Jin lEv fhips. l'-s hours from Ogden: about 250
w- IBf acis Improved: 500 pasture, alfalfa and
Hi. IK' grain in tills year; new tractor, tram.
, .Hr harness, wagons, etc Some cattle. This
n. IBt n first class ranch proposition. Price.
IH $12,000: easy terms. Might consider Ics'-e.
lcf ldr'.s Box C7-J. care Standard. 3832
IKr TWO modern houses, hnllt-ln features'
Mvlttt and biismenls. Ideal location. On car ;
. .v,l m. lino Snap. Phone SP.l-.J. 3905 I
"IBf UV OWNER Five room brick bungalow
M..'fi modern 2S25 Adams avenue. Phono
V V I If 2240-.I. 3027
. 'Ml MS K. W. CANNADY
rc'a' FJstate . Insurance
- J M New si room strictly modern bunga-
I? low, situated on east front lot. 50x140
! mf feet. House has hot water heat, fireplace,
I Mlcd bathroom, hardwood floors and olcc-
1 1 1 Irto fixtures: separate coal, fruit and veg-
livx table rooms finished in basemen. For
I II one requiring a large home, additional
1 1 If roC)n!1s can 1,0 Prov,(lcd upstairs. Price
. "practically new five room strictly mod-
U em uungalcw situated on south front lot.
1 ' 1 lose in. House has furnace heal, fire-
- place, hardwood floors nnd numerous
'l liullt-in features. A genuine bargain at
; 1 55000
, l'i acres of land with good watev right.
( In good location, near Washington nvo-
S puc has good lx room brick house nnd I
I outbuildings. Price .BOO.
t Four room modern Itrick cottage in good (
-V location on bench, close In. Tho house ;
q could not be built todav for the price;
6 1? asked and the lot is worth $1500. Price 1
ft J $3150. I
1i I E W. CANNADV V
I 2427 Hudson Ave. Alhambra Theater Is
1 I next door SS13 1
tap f Bl'ILDING lots three blocks from ear !
ts ? lino on Patterson avenue. !'
5 'A Four, corner of Ecclea S300
w Two, near Van Buren S150
VS "I Four, comer of Brlnkor S201
t??. ;f ?0xl50 feet $225
jig 4 One-fourth cash, balance 5I0 a" month.
wk OA, Kennedy, basement lTiah National.
B i CHOICE building lots on North Washlng-
ton: newly paved street: w furnish mon-
ggl ) r "c lo build. Also choice cheap lots, close
H , to paved atrects. easy tonus: no paving
1(1? .qx. W. B. Wedell. 2-ifiS Washington.
jg; f t 3715
PaJl 5 1 BY OWNER New modern five room
H brick bungalow; good garden. 349 Thlr-
J Lv-fourth street. 3S3I
yS I FOR SALE or rent, eight roomed modem
Hi ? brick house, good location for railroad
men. Inquire 231 Twenty-second slr3c
PJ NINE room frame in four apartments: in-
S m come from house will pay for it. Price
3p j3000. Phone Owner. 2971 -M 3Sfil
9 m S00 acres of good ranch land.. S55 per
M m- Acre: also large acreage of ronge land at
J5 P acre. Good water right; all hav
W Ing machincrv and improvements with
f place. Phone 2029. 3SG2
M FIVE room house strictly modem, on
i. Twent,v-soventh street, 51500. Phone 2029.
a Large lot. :i"9c
! BY OWNER Four room modern brick.
V fireplace, onc-hnlf basement. Nice porches
or. Porter avenuo. near Thirtieth street.
! Call 13E9-R. 37C1
g K BY OWNER Four room house, can make
w two more rooms upstairs. Tart cash. Sec
"i M Mr. Fox. union depot baggage room.
l FOUR room frame house, modern, gar:
5jl Hge. etc. 230 Thirtieth street 381o
?' VERY neat little now home. Just the
it" i I thing for a newly married couple; fine
n f , location: lot large enough to build two
k : more homes on. Price 51C00. $800 cash.
1 ii Thomas Auld, under First National bank.
1 ; Phone 301. 3li
S f FIVE room brick, modern except heat.
S If caragc. corner Twcnt -seventh and Mon-
i K ioe. Inquire C. J- Leavltt. Scovillc Pa-
M per Co. Phone 39S. 3"'
uiH NIFTY four room modem brick home 011
affr tho bench, at a. bargain. Thos. Auld. iin-
dcr Firct National Bank. Phone 301- 3a3
m CI TWO farms In Morgan county; 42 acres. ,
I ' clioicc sandy loam, gootl beet, nca or cab-
J-f bago land; house, barn and hog house;
if beat Irrigated place In county. I
' 'f 24.4 acres on good road; house, bam, ,
P I grnnao'. sheds; llrst class beet and pea
!f. land, wltli 144 acres range land. Coulo.
I t oc bought together or separate. George
j L. Uttle. Morgan. Utah. 3322
i f FIVE room modem homo on bench. See
't Owner. C28 Twenty-second.
m FOUR room neurly laodcra house, on
S 1 paved street. J2750.
I 9 KELLY & HEURICK.
I BUR LEV IDAHO FARM LANDS
I WE have a largo list of irrigated farms 1
I or falo or trade. Write or see VONES
I GR1SWOLD JNV. CO., Burloy. Itlaho.s
1166 ACRES of farm land near Promoj:
tory, fully equipped with stock and tool.
Residence, atr.ble. spring for domestic use
nnd early w&tor for irrigation. This
would make choice grain farm. Can
take a noma in Ogdeu as part payment.
J4750. W. B. Wedell. 24GS Wash Avc
FOUR room frame house, largo lot, on
uaved street. S3760.
Seven room frame house, Iarg lot, up
per Twenty-fourth. S3C00.
KELLY & HEKRICIv.
'if FARM of 160 acres for sale; 154 acres In
. Turkey Red wheat, coming up fine; two
room frame house, not finished Inside:
stable and good well; located between
; Stono and llolbrook.. Price 50000. Ad-
oress Jesse Bradahaw. Stone. Idaho. 3359
I iNE of the best paying apartment houacs
1 In the city, now bringing in over 20 per
cent on the investment. It will tnke
$6000 to handle this proposition. Thos
Auld, under First National Bank. 36C4
I RIGHT beautiful building Iota, roar of
SR0 Twenty-second street. Call 3123-R
l Residences 265S Monroe. i88i
f VERY claBsy four apnrtment house, splcn
'k did location. Big paying proposition.
i 112,500. S6000 cash will, handle this, and
the rental will take caro of balance. Thos.
A Auld, under FlrBt National Bank. Pbono
BY Ov NER Flvo-room brick home;'
modern except hcaf excellent location;
call at 2811 Adams Ave. Phone -240-M.
mjt WE BUY, St'LLl and exchange forma,
r ranches, houdes and city property. toe ,
f us boforo ou oell or buy. ?mV;h 1
Fluidera Co., up stairs. Commercial bJ
SIT WILL pay you to sec us about goou J
j. farms, loans, city residences and low.
I Phone 187C. Porter Realty Co. 2374
t NVashinglon Ave, Basement List with
I US. 1031
L GOOD modem tiv room mingalov. steam
J5 luint. modern in every respect tJotio in
on the bench. A great map at $0500. J.
I j. Drummitt. 2417 Hudson avenuo. 3841
- 24 ACRES of land on tho and ridge,
t About ten acros In orchard; "electric
I station, two iiurchcs. school. Only $4000.
Torma to suit. Great snap. J. J. -Brurn-f
mitt Phone 69, 3S41
FOP wnrV'.'i'EIj 1300 ACRES 19
ha, hou9n1K'T-, ALFALFA. LIVESTOCK
o r,mn? 5hetls- springs, granar
chtflnJ ?nt.wnter nn(1 rinc "icadow. ln-
Iv ftv .?15'000 down- balance 12 year-
I might SStlfr Ge map nml r'ct: Wc
S1,, ' Jr,'ou have enough means for
I nAu cd1?n,d cquipmenl. W?ii. H. Brown
Countv 'A i0VSOn Jl,,1Uh Casin' Fergus
ount. aiontana. 3955
oiiVii0m "lodeni brick, corner, close In
SariS? h Wd FaT ,,ne' Xfs b"ont and
fiJi.fiZ-. A. wl,,dow shades and Hectric
I v A Positive snap at S1500.
l, r?om modem Crame, close in on
J 5 ' snd, r line. Lot f,0xl32: will- ro
1 54500 CHah; K00d -cm,s on' blllnce-
!r,-iV?,Son, ,fuHy oncni brick' btma
h?tu rdw'0,od, f,oors and "orders: tiled
S , f iS1' r'')d la7cd ln sleeping
E'l; '' J't-ln fcatnrns. shades and
ho-f -J'1".10? V" nement. furnace
'o?mcnled. driveway, close to car
' ,oi ?nd sc,ol: one of Hie neatest and
;Kn,c,rci7o,ono0,jdcn- cash-tcrnis "
Six room house, cast front on Wash
in.P a,Voni': water and lights: street
ing $1900 CaS assu,no ilcc- on pav-
i,.)o-nt'ro. '?nd- 5 room 1'oiisc chicken
j house, liot house. 2 flowing wells. 2',i
i,r,n P'-1?1"., 1 crcs alfalfa, some
liJ 'w'nco best tomato and bept
and; within 3 miles of citv. U cash,
terms on balance, s.noo
90 ncrcs land. CO acres under cultlva
I... ? ma" ,,0U,fC nml cellar, spring
water, 12 acres wheat, 5 acres alfalfa, hal
anceg min and pasture land. Close to
Ogdcn on main road; & c-ish. terms on
balance. Only $7500.
I Call at office
l J. A. McCU'LLOCH
I Under First Natl. Dank 3824
,.. TtiYS, A,lB, WZAl, BARGAINS
ACHE beet, hay and general farm;
must ho ."old quickly and one of the best
small f firms in county. 12 acres best land.
10 acres pasture; excellent improvements;
100 shares water. Price $S000
. Eight acros of .fruit and "berries. 11
shares water: four room house, barn.
?lQ-; X)asL lMI' lD Ogden. V.MH sub
divide Into 40 large lots. Trice for quick
sale, $9000. One-halfvcash. balance 7 pol
ecat. Fiyo room modern briclt bungalow oil
bench, close in, cement basement, large
closets, sleeping porch, kitchen cabinet,
all Improvements paid, choice location.
Price $4C50. $2000 cash. $25 per month.
R. G. Agce. or Alfred B. Slrntford. base
ment Broom hotel. Phone 69-230 1-J.
ONE of the best farms in northern "Utah. I
consisting of 130 acres' plenty of water
for CO acres- water can be developed for;
balance; good five room housx. barn and
outbuildings. On oleclric road, paved
street. This Is a great snap at $15,000.
Some terms given If desired. J. J. Brum
mltt. 2117 Hudson avonue. 3S41
FARM FOR SALE
4S ACRES farm land, large brick house
and basement, bf.m. chicken house and
work shop: ten acres in orchard. 10 acros!
alfalfa, soiti" grain; team, wagon and im- 1
plemcnts; 28 -shares water; good domcst'.c
water, close to city, car lino nnd paved 1
road: will require one-third cash: has one
third in farm loan at 5VA per cent; time on j
balance at 7 per cent. See me quick for 1
thla best buy In Utah.' Only $13.')u0. J. A. I
i ' 3030
iL. F. BKOOiCSIIIP.es, beautiful, strlegy
j modern home at 917 Twenty-fourth street
'.3 offered for sale. Owner leaving town.
i .-ioiii. -i..K iiu'iw- 2 1.2 olocks from
I Wash on rich, with chicken run and
rnirar. Snct ' Slinli. Terms at No. '.11
, "i-U :-cr- 23S4
SIXTEEN acres on Twelfth street, with
good five room liouso. Six acres in fruit,
! water right for half of the land. $3000.
I Terms to suit. Will consider a trade for
; residence. J. J. Erummltt. 2417 Hudson
SIX room modern brick with two and a
half acres, and not th city limits. Snap
; Kully. & Heirlck . 33C0
ONE acre vith wat r right, located near
oast Tweclith street. A good place lo
build a home city water. Only $1000. .1.
, J. Drummitt. Phone 39, 3S41
' FOURTEEN loom double brick house.
I nearly modem, well located, large lot.
i Terms. $9000. Kelly St Herrlck. 3343
1 AN elegant lot on Tyler avenuo near
'Twenty-fourth street. This lot is 55xlC0
I to alley. This Is near tho exclusive rcsl
, tlence section nnd Is worth twice what
the owner, who is a non-resident, ask3 for
I it. which is $300. J. J. Drummitt. 2117
' Hudson avonue 3S41
WE take your old range ns first payment
. on any new range, or will buy your "Id
; range outright. Homo Furnituro Co. 1072
I To Buy
SETTING hens. Call Dram well's. 1116-J.
FIFTEEN or 20 acres of farm land with
water rights, within 10 milos of Ogdcn.
Call O. Drcchouse. 3SS1
TO BUY for cash from owner, an apart
1 ment house at a fair price. Will not
consider inflated values. Phone 2237-W.
WE BUY all caro. regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvage o., 23 IS Grant Ave.
ACCRUED Interest plus market prlco for
llherty bonds paid by J. A. Hoglo & Co.
LIBERTY bouas nought J. J Brummitt.
Phone b9. 2539
CLEAK rabs wanted at tho Standard
1 office. -
'iF YOU have one cow or car load of cat
tle or stock pigs for sale, I will drive out.
try and buy them. Call 2100 evenings or
l 704 day time. C. A. Lundqulst. 3CC3
LADY'S grcon-goltl wrist watch. Return
2547 Cole's Court. 3777
BLACK leather purse Saturday evening,
containing glasses. Return rear 2S53 Jet;
NO. 3 Eastman kodak, Iota at Wright's
store Saturday. Return to Guaranty
Mortgage Co Reward. 3012
j ' WANTED j
WIDOW villi two small children, wants
to cook for men or keep house for wid
owcr. Address 101 Thirty-third. 3807
PRACTICAL nurse for confinement-; will
do housework- Phono 2CS8-N-M. -324Sj
DRESS1 -AKING mil remoaollng, 350
Thirty-first St. 3196
WIDOW with two children and also cl
dorlv lady want place as housekeepers In
or out of town. Call at 251 Twenty-fifth
street or phone 2960. 3813
PIANO, organ, plow- Phone 333. 3156
ONE-HALF acre In peaches, nearly 10U
trees $650, cash or terms, or will trado
for good automobile. 411 24th SL 2333
PIANO for sale, bargain; leaving. Phono
building lots. Call at 1003 Twcnty-ucc-1
ond street or phono 2SCC-W. 3S86
NEA.T little cigar nnd confectionery, suit
able for If dy or gcntloman. $800, Thos.
Auld. under First National bank. Phono
301. ; 3754
i The undertakers in New York cni
ploy press asemts, but they can't gotj
any lesthnonialB. I
I 51.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or Old
I ANYTHING A to Z now or old
bought, sold or 'rnded. Phone 333.
I BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Book and Stationery. 23f.2
j Washington Av. Phone 3C0. 2038
Utah Natltonal Bank, southeast comer
Twenty-fourth and Washington. Phono 61.
T. R O'Copnolly. Ogdcn. Utah. Legal
.advice by mall. Write me the, facts.
I Phono 393.
. "an Kampen for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
or mattresses Phone 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and springs rc
slretchcd. Call E. J. Hampton Co.,
i-eathcr renovating Phono 25S6-W.
in?rv,c,n W- II'i'i'THOn. D. C. Res. phono
10S6-W. 701-702 Ecclcs Building.
The New Method Dentist? nro special
ists in all branches of Dentistry'. 2469
Washington Ave. 220S
i DRAIN TILE FOR SALE
Intcrmour.taln Concrete Co. Twentieth
& '"poln Ave.. Ogden, Utah. Phones
20CS and 4S7. 2310
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers
or rinc cuts In ono or more colors. 41C
Twcnty-rourth street. Phono 4C3.
I FIRE INSURANCE
Chailcs Eisenberg. Phone 1859-J. Cal
icdonlnn .-nd Michigan Commercial Stand
ard Insurance. 1G75
L-,,-r- Uarkcr. 320 Colonel Hudson Bldg.
cealhcnvelght arcli supporters. Correc
tive treatment. 330
HAY AND GRAIN.
Hay, grain and poultry feed. Boll Bios.
31 Twenty-third street. Phono CS 13.
HIDES, WOOLS. FURS
O. M. Runyari. 226? Wall Ave., pavs
top prices. Phone 7K1-W. 152S
JUNK AND HIDES
. Western Hide & Junk Co., 2323 Wash
ington Ave. Phone SCI.
Ogdcn Junk House, 2059 Washington
Ave. Phone 210.
If you have Junk of apy kind or burlap
bags, phone 22 1L 2121
Key fitting and lock repairing. Hud
son Repair Shop, 24C9 Hudson. Phone
See Drip. All kinds of house -ainllng.
314 Twenty-fifth Fircet Phona 973. North
Ogden Phono 41 -W. 3357
The Neuteboom Printing Co.. successors
to Dcc-Neuleboom Prt. Co., 2370 Wash.
Ave. Phone llGi 2'45
When In need of printing come nnd see
Dee Prlntery, 2428 Hudson avenue. Phone
792-M. ' 1594
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Dr. A. Fernlund, oitlce hours 10 to I
p. 111 New Pecry Bldg . Hudson Ave.
Res. Phone 640. Office plioio 1900-W.
Factory equipment for repairing wreck
ed, bent, .cany or twisted radiators. Og-
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Willai-d Kay. real estate and loans.
2471 Washington Ave. Phone 409. 1S74
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and loilcis cleaned- John Chipp & Co.
rhone S2. 2348 Hudson Ave. 9733
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of rub
bish hauled. Phone 620.
STEAMSHIPS TO EUROPE
FOR steamship rosenation to European
points. For information phone HiiC or
I Good public stenographer. Federal
1 lind Co 416 Twenty-fourth. . 3612
I Taxi service Phone Si for taxi. Closed
I caro only. 2743
j TENTS AND AWNINGS '
Ogden Tent &. Awning Co. Manufac
I tureid of high grade store, ottice and
I resident uwnuigd. Waterproof" covers,
' bags, etc. Anything in canvas. 2JU3
I Washington Ave Phone 26S. l.''JI
'TRUNKS AND BAGS
I Trunk ana bay repairing, round cor
ner aom Siandard. Uallacher's, 2373 Hud
son. ' 2118
Kent Oliios. $1.U day. Ph. 2C43-J 3246
I Dr. Bundy, .Veterinarian. Phone 82S
WINDOWS CLEAN ED
Expert window and wall paper cleaning
anywhere. American Winnow Cleaning.
Phone 563. 2370 Washington Ave.
j forTsale j
I Poultry and Eggs
REDS and White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing; also breeding etock. Call Bramwell,
HATCHING eggs . from heavy laying
White Leghorns. $1.5u per 15, $9.00 per
100. Phone 2121-K. 3910
WHITE Wyandottcs and Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching. Dressed chickens
to oraer . Phone I3-R-12. 37SS
FEW choice pens of Black Minorcas
Phono 817-M. 3767
EGGS R. 1. Reds. B and W. Rocks, Blk.
Min., W. B. and Buff Leghorns. Anconas.
Light Brahmas, Cornish Games. Sr. and
Sliver Laced Wyandottcs, turkey, duck
and gooso eggs Suo us for baby chicks
and live poultry. Ak us about it.
WESTERN GRAIN & FEED CO.
3627 H. E. Palmer.
FOR No. 1 baby chicks; also Wlnford
electric hovers. Phono Astill, 669-1545--I
U. I. RED eggs for setting. G. C. Klines
359 9th St. Phono 2741-J. 3257
NOTICE STATE LAND SALE
Office of the State Board of Land Com
missioners, Salt Lake City, Utah, March
Notice is hereby given that in accord
ance with lav, the Stato Board of Iind
Commissioners will, on May 12. 1920, at
2-00 o'clock p. m.. offer at public auction
at the County Court House at Ogdcn.
Weber County. Utah, and sell to tho high
est bidder for tho tracts; tho following
described appraised and unsold State
Land, situate in Weber County, Utah, lo
wit: Twp. Rng, Sec. Subdivision
S N. 3 E. 21 soH
8 N. 3 E. 22 s6 ncU sVa
S N. 3 E. 23 All
8 N. 3 E. 24 wVi nc!i wti w& sci
K N. 3 E. 25 All.
8 N. 3 E. 26 All.
8 N. 3 E. 27 All.
8 N. 3 E. 28 All.
8 N. 3 E. 30 ss
S N. 3 E. 3i All.
8 N. 3 E. 35 nVt sc'i
8 N. 3 li. 13 -vv swU
8 N. 3 E. 14 se& 3IA sw'l
7 N. X W. 16 swU
The appraised value of said traot3 Is
$7,00 and up. Certain contiguous tracts
of the above lands will be sold together,
as per offerod list on file In the office of
the Board. No land will be sold for less
than the appraised valuo thereof, and not
more than 1G0 acres of agricultural land,
nor more than 320 acres of arid laud, nor
more than four scctlpns of grazing land
will bo sold to any ono Individual, com
pany or corporation, and salesr of such
land will be made nly to citizens of the
United Stales or those who have declared
their intention to become such.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-tenth of tho purchase price pay
able In cash at time of sale, with five
per cent Interest on tho remainder of the
price to tho first of January following:
the remainder of tho payments lo be di
vided Into ten equal anmtal paymonla
with Interest at the rale of five per cent
par annum on deferred payments. Tho
Uourd rcscrvco tho right to withhold any
tracts from sale.
By order of tho STATE BOARD OF
Secretary of thtilStatc Board of Land
Co m m I sa '.'on ri
P WANTED j I
, C1RL wanted. Greenwcll Confectionery. I
. 3905 j
EXPERIENCED girl or woman for gener
al housework. No children. Phque 11S4
- V 3929
"n.DIjE lady to take care of two 1
children. Call 213a Lincoln. 3909
WANTED Five girls for hospital train- 1
inT V- Kmmerer. Wyo. Good wages. Call 1
ot for particulars. 3884
THOROUGHLY experienced stenograph-C1-
F. W. Gontsch. superintend
ent dining car department, giving exper
icnce and rcferenco. 3n02
j GIRL wanted at the Wisteria. SS79 j
COMPETENT girl or woman to help with'
housework and two children, good wages;
easy work; ono who can go home nights 1
preferred. Call a550. 3872 I
COMPETENT girl or woi mn Por general I
housework. Apply 577 Twenty-fifth I
street. A. G. Fell. 3796
EXPERIENCED stenographer, prefer ono
who understands bookkeeping, Good op
portunity for capable girl who can use I
her head and willing to work. State ex- 1
pcrlcnce. C. s. P., Standard. 3762
YOUNG girl vould like position assist
Ing dentist. Box 7. care Standard. 3774
FAMILY washing wanted. Phone 2015-
1 DRESSMAKING taught to niivonc willing
to anplv their.Bclves Soe Mudam Cat 'an.
Third floor. Wright's Store 9242
GIRLS wanted to sew on overalls. Yo
pay while you learn. Only thoe vlio
want steady Jobs need apply. Scmv
croft Manufacturing Co. 5014
j FvORSALE j
1 Miscellaneous I
j BICYCLE for sale. 1367 Twcnlv-flfth
lstr0(t- 3921 j
j BI'RROl'GrrS adding machine, with lat- j
em model stand, used one month only, in
I perfect condition. Will sell cheap for1
cash. If you hurry. Owner leaving citv !
00- 0P)ly U. S. Army Recruiting Sta
tion. -lS'i Washington avenue, between I
S and :y p. m. 301s
SEWING machine, practically new; roa-
sonahle. C5.ri Twenty-fifth. 3917
TEAM of black griding horses, weight
ihwi pounds. Phono ISO I. 3020
JERSEY cow. Soon fresh. 3233 Pacific.
Phone 1650-R. 33
j PLAYER piano, reasonable price Ad- !
dress Box A. care Standard. 3S90
So plecca 2x12x20 lumber I
20 pieces 6xC.20 lumber.' Phone 1229
GARDEN hose,- practically new. aljo crir-
den tools. 20C1 Jefferson avonue. 3S91
I IVER-JOIINSON bicycle Good condi
I Hon. Phqne 537, 01 call 609 iiv-cles.
SEVERAL kinds of good incubators for
I sale. P. Q. Box 16. 3SST,
NEARLY new gas range. Call at 901
rwonty-third street. 3S73
DRESSER. Apply 2913 Wall avenue. 382S
PIANO for sale, bargain; leaving Phone1
I after C o'clock. 22(18. 3S7i
GOOD concrete steam mixer, cheap 133
' )-oss street. 3SC9
I FRESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry"!
1 Will como to your vard lo buv Phone I
, i-.i7 r r ... u 1101 1 .1
- " . will, uiu.-i., O'l.I. iUUIIlCI uvumir. 1
I Ogden. Utah. 3S67
30 Inch mnplc chiffonier, good as new
Call forenooris. Holona Hotol. 38C0
FIVE year old team. 1300 pound?, heavy 1
harness. $300. Bargain. Julius Toponco.
HaiTlsvillc Road. 3S5S .
LILAC bushes, big 3pikcd tdnd. largo j
bushes, SI per bush; will make 15 or more '
by splitting. Fine, for planting this I
spring. 100 egg" incubator and 200 chick I
brooder, harrow tootli shovel and one I
horse cultivator. 1349 Washington. 3S37 j
THE best felt banc floor covering Gl 50 I
running yard. Phono 2464. The Furni- I
lure Exchange. 253 Twenty-fifth street, I
TWO cows, light double harness, two I
light single harness. 2530 Harrison. 3S45 J
THREE rockers and onr- small table for
$30. 632 Twenty -seventh street 3S17
NO. 3 Sharpies cream separator.
2025 Harrison. 2437-.T. 3M6
FukD truck for sale. Call Mr. Muni, 157
Twenty-fifth street. 3S05
NEW 3U wagon; also now heavy work J
harness. 2046 Liberty. 3S02
FINE grocery stock and lease, well locat
ed on Wasihngton avenue. Kelly & Her
! rick. 3778
I ONE brooder for sale, cheap. 670 Two.n-ty-second
LATE 1919 twin Harley Davidson motor
, cycle with -side car. In perfect condition.
Also twin Excelsior for $100. See circula
j tlon manager, Ogdcn Standard. 3776
I I AM forced through circumstances to
'sell my Stabler violin and case. Will be
sold to the highlit bidder Can be seen
at Thomas' Loan Office, corner of Grant 1
and Twenty-fifth strcot. 3773
NEW 5-ply 3-4 rubber hose, while It lasL.
15c. Buy quick. Phone 333.' 3407
John Deero double disc sulkey plow.
! used only ono season.
One Solid Comfort single plow sulkoy.
Ono Jump seat surrey.
Ono umbrella top buggy.
Ono top grocery delivery wagon.
One light road carl, all in good con
dition and newly painted.
Also other second hand goods.
lVERSON'S SECONDHAND STORE.
1010 Washington Ave.
FARM horses, all under C years; good
shape and well broke. 159 West Second
SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
C. lverson. 1640 Washington aveium.
! Phono 49. 3538
1 FEMALES and guaranteed singers. Como
hear them sing. 2220 Lincoln. 2242
FURNITURE. 1640 Washington. 3360 j
PIANOS. Phonographs, violins and other
musical Instrumcnta. lowest prices. Pan
tonc. 29th and Hudson. 3201 j
WE exchangv new phonographs for used 1
pianos, or buy them out right. Pantone.
29th and Dudon. 3202
SEVERAL sets of new work harness. Og
den Horao Sale & Commission Co. 3103 1
1000 chares of Capital Petroleum at 23c;
a dividend paying stock. Phono 3070
SINEK'S Trunk and Kurr.iturd Stores, j
New and second hand goods bought and .
Isold and exchanged, highest prices paid!
.for second hand furniture; high grade
trunks and suitcases our specialty. 211-'
! 255 Twenty-fifth. Phone 1321. 2U76 ;
PUPPIES that kiattics love for salo n i
866 Canyon Road. 23Q4 j
PIGS for sale. Ctato Industrial School I
J. A. HOGLE & CO. pay highest prices
.In Ogden for Liberty bonds. 2450
UNCALLED for suits, luilor mado; big
reduction. Gordon's, 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phono 419. 2157
AN eight room unfurnished house for
I rent. Call 3043. 38S7
I STUDIO and reception room: skylight and
.sinks, sultablo for photographer, tailor.!
sign painter or anyone needing good light. I
320f,2 Twenty-fifth street. 3S4Q !
(HOUSEKEEPING rooms, upstairs. Chll- i
Idrcn welcome. 320Va Twenty-fifth street. I
j TWO room apartment, $25: three room
npartmcnL $35; hot water, privato bath.
gleam. Phono 100S-J. 3591
APARTMENT to couple without chil
dren; new and clean. Rent $15. 2102 Jcf
GOOD house for rent. J. J. Brummitt.
Phone 59. 3S40
j waited I
MODERN unfurnished house. 5 or 9
rooms, on wist aidu. Good references.
SLEEPING room for gentleman. Phono
,909-W. ICS Twenty-third. 3795
EXPERIENCED cook, steady work. 110,
Twenty-fifth street. City Cafe, Phone!
S24-W. 392S I
FARM hand who understands caro of or- '
chard and handling of fruit. W. B. Wo
dell. 2168 Washington Avenue. 3820
FIRST class white porter and shoe shiner,
$0 a month. Guarantee lie can make
better than $15 a week shining shoes.
Write F. R. Rounds. Evanston, Wyo.
BOY between 10 and IS years of ago".
Utah Theater, 3752
BRICK masons, plasterer, plumbers,
sheet metal workers, carpenters, lathers,
shlnglers and bulldir ? laborers. Putting
into effect "open i-liop." Write for par
ticulars to Southern Idaho Employers'
Association. Room 5. 201 Main avenue
South. Twin Falls. 1 'alio. 3590
BEFORE selling Liberty oo.ida. get prlCea
from J. A. Hoglo & Co. 2451
f Torrent 1"
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
Apply 2657 Monroe. Mrs. G. T Ulair
t . 3907
NEATLY furnished room, 2363 Jefferson
WELL furnished eight room modern
home until June. Address P.. O Bot
FURNISHED light houscekeplng room;
also front sleeping room. 2376 Washlng
ton avfrnury 389 C
FURNISHED front room. 630 Twenty
third street. Phone 2180-M. 3900
THREE fumlsjied rooms for light housc
keeping. Inquire 31C Twenty-fifth. 3S88
NICELY furnished two room apartment
Alfjo one room suitable for bachelors. No
children. Light, water, gas and bth.
362 Twenty-fourth stret. 387S
FURNISHED apartments for rent, mod
jcrn. Phone 14S9. 3S75
TWO furnished front rooms; use of bath.
2CI6 Lincoln. 3S77
FOUR room nparlmcnt nicely furnished:
lin va to bath; hardwood floors. 27S5
Grant avenuo. 3529
TWO modern light housekeeping rooms,
no children. Reference required. Phone
I MODERN housekeeping apartments at
1 2213 Lincoln. 3S22
NICELY furnished front sleeping room for
,011c or t o gvntlomen. 2122 Washington.
I . ' 3785
I MODERN sleeping rooms. 570 Twenlv
j sixth street. Phono 200S-J. 3759
NICELY furnished modem three room
apartment, ideal location, no children. $40
month. 311 Adams avenue. 3764
FURNISHED room, suitable lor refined
i lady or gentlemen. Newly papered and
finished, vcrv cheerful, furnace heat. Ad
dress 655 Twenty-fifth slrccU Phone
1 10'3. 3771
I .GATES HOTEL
2416 Grant Avenuo Phone 3050
l Modern furnished rooms. Weekly rates.
I LOOMS for gentlemen. Phono 1SS0.
ACCRUED Intercut plua market pneo ior
liberty bond paid by J. A. Hoglo &, Co
I j FOR RENT ;
PRIVATE brick garage. 655 Twenty-fifth
street. Phono 1073. 3772
jsTORAGE room for rent. Call Asbesto
latc Products Co.. Phonu 1416-W. 3673
I SEVEN acres farming land with good
1 water, north of bridge. Phone Shaw.
OHIO Vacuum Cleaner. $1.00 per day
Phone 3148. 3043
FOR RENT Excellent garage. Close in
Ion paved street. 228 Twenty-eighth
j OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO
2347 Hudson Avenue Telephone 400
1917 Studebaker 6 cyllndor $850
1917 Chalmers 6 cylinder $850
Model GiO Hudson $1100
1917 Maxwell touring car , $375
11917 Ford touring car 5375
I Ford light delivery truck.
Ford 1 ton Form-a-Truck.
Studebaker 1 ton truck.
I Model N Hup. louring.
I Model 57. Bulck louring.
1917 Studebaker touring.
All ln first class mechanical condition
PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO
2200 Washington Ave. ' 3S30
WONDERFUL car for sale, cheap. 2348
I Grant 3333
WHY not buy an exchange car Now is
I the time lo buy.
Two Fords. '14 and '16,
Two Maxwolls, '16 and '17.
One Chalmers, 6-30.
WEBER-TAYLOR AUTO CO.
2333 Hudson Phono 143
DOES your engine pump oil and toui
spark plugs? Docs It leak compression
and thin out oil In crankcaso? we con
usually remedy : without rcborlng. Wo
can savo you money if rcborlng is nec
essary. Barlow Bros., 2466 Grant, avenuo.
GOOD car for salo. $150. 2939 Adams.
PLAIN sewing'. No. 11. Coioy Apartment.
PLEATING. Buttons. Hemstitching picot
at 10c per yard: third floor W. H.Wright
& Sons. 501
DRESSMAKING and remodeling. 350
DRESSMAKING and remodeling. TeT
MONEY to loan on Improved real es-
'VlcT-.no1un?.c,uasar' dc'ny E- r Bratz.
417 Ecclcs Bldg. 310I
MONEY advanced to ."salaried people with
out security. Others on furniture and
pianos. Easy weekly or monthly pay
ments. Dlx. 2?7 Colonel Hudson Build
lng. Phono 2S4. 8757
RALPH P. HUNTER, established 1S82.
Morl;rage loans, real estate, Insurance.
Hah. laaho lands; farms and city prop
erty. Pnrson.1 desiring to loan money
on gooa first mortgage security will Jo
well tj consult me. Good applications
always on hand, 131 Twcnty.fourth SU
Ogden. Utah. i3io
MONEY to loan on impioved .x-nl eslai.
Kelly Herrlck. 779
MONEY to loan on real estate sccuriliCM.
J. J. rrummltt. -2t-iy
NOTICE OF SALE FOR SPECIAL
Notice Is hereby given that special
taxes for tho purposes of sowers, side--walks
and curb and gutlcr aro duo and
unpaid In amounts and upon the land all
in Ogdcn City. Weber County, Slate of
Utah, as set forth and described In tho
delinquent list hereto attached, and that
unless said taxes, together with Iho cost
of publication, aro paid to the undor.signed
on or beforo the 30th day of March, 1920,
sufficient of tho real proporty upon
which said taxes aro a lien will, on said
dny, be sold, at public auction, for said
special taxon, costs of advertising and cx
ponso of salo. lo the highest bidder for
ca3h, at the North door of tho City II.11
In Ogdcn City. "Weber County. State of
Utah, beginning at tho hour of 12 o'clock,
noon, of said day and continuing until tho
hour of 3 o'clock p m, of said dny, or
until all of tho proporty shall havo boon
sold, and if all said property It not Bold
on said day. to continue the salo of the
ronialnder on tho following day at tho
samo time and placo. The namo of tho
special tax district, the amount of such
taxes, a description of the property upon
which said taxes aro a lien, and the
name of the owner, where known, arc as
Sidewalk District 139.
Fred Meyer, 40 ft. beg. 211 It, No.
from tho Intersection of tho East '
lino of Hudson avenuo and the No.
line of J7th street, thence E. 150 ft..
thenco No. 40 It.; thenco W. 150 It.;
! thence So. 40 ft.; to beginning ....$21.75
Russell and Sarah Crow, 78 ft. lot ,
24, block 7. plat 5-AA. Beg. 75 ft. So.
of the intersection ot the W. lino
;of Hudson avenue and the division
'lino of lots 21 and 25: thence So. 78
, ft. ; thence West 121.47 ft,: thenco
No. 78 ft.; thenco E. 121.47 ft. to .
Nina Shaw, 35 ft. lot 25. block 7.
Splat 5AA. Beg. 36.62 ft. from tho
1 Intersection of the west line of
Hudson Ave. and the So; line of lot
1 26. thence w. 310.15 ft,: thence So,
'35 fL; thenco 15. 316.15 ft.; thence
. No. 35 ft. to hcginnlng $20.75
I Gertie Shaw Chatelaln, 36,62 ft. lot
1 25, block 7, plat 5AA. Beg. at tho
Intersection of the AVest line of Hud
son Ave. and the So. lino of lot 26,
, thence W. 316.15 fL; thenco So.
36 62 ft.: thence E. 316.15 ft.; thence
No. 30.62 ft. to beginning $35.17
Russell and Sarah Crow. 39 ft. lot
24. block 7. plat 5AA. Beg. 301.65
ft. W. and 61.76 ft. So. of the -N. E.
Cor. of lot 24, block 7. plat 5AA;
thence So. 39 ft.; thence E. 136.05 ft.
thence No. 39 ft.; thenco W. 136.65 I
ft to beginning $20.99
Delia M. Crow. 39 ft. lot 24. block
7. plat 5AA. Bog. at tho N. E. cor.
lot 21, block 7, plat 5AA,; thence
(So. 104.76 ft,; thence W. 165 ft.;
thence So. 9 ft.; thenco W. 136.65:
thence So. 3D ft.; thence E. 297.12
I ft.; thenco No. 48 ft., to beg $20.99
I Sidewalk District No. 141.
John T. Nowton. 50 ft. lot 7. block
1 1, plat B. Beg. at N. E. cor. of block
1, thence So. 50 ft : Ihoncc W. 140 S
ft,; thence No. 50 ft.; thence E. 140
ft to beginning $.17.61
A, H. Hayes. 137 fL lot 1 and 2.
block 2. Thompson and Dclters sub.
Being all of lots l and 2. block 2
Thompson and Deitcrs sul $73.58
A H. Hayes, 55 ft. being all lots
1 and 2, block 2. Thompsons and
Doltcra suh-dlvlslon $29.43
George W. White, 40 ft. lots 4 nnd
5. block 16. plat C. Beg. 102.71 ft,
E from tho S. W. Cor. lot 5, block
' 16. plat C, thence No. 165 ft.; Ihenco
E 40 ft.: thence So. 165 ft.; thenco
lw. 10 ft. to beginning $38.07
CURB AND GUTTER DISTRICT NO. 113
I Nellie D. McBridc. 66 ft. lot 9,
(block 15. plat C, Beg. 66 rt. No. of
the S E. Cor. of lot 9, block 15,
plat P.". thenco W. 11S.5 ft.: thenco
No 66 ft.; thence E. 14S.S ft.:
thenco S. 66 ft., to beg... $10S.30
Irving W. Jones 82.50 fL lots 9
nnd 10, block 15, plat B. Bolng tho
S II fL of tho E. 136 ft. of lot 9. and
the N. 16.5 ft. of the E. 136 ft. of
of lot 10. block. 15. plat B $135.38
William Taylor, 40 ft. lots 6, block
16. plat B, Beg. at the S. W. Cor
of lot 6, block 16. plat B, thence E.
125 ft; thence No. 40 ft.: thenco W,
125 ft ; thence So. 40 ft. to beg $65.64
Frank W. Allen, 50 ft. lot 10.
block 15. plat B. Beg. 165 ft. No. of
the S E Cor. of lot 1, block 16, plat
B; thence W. 136 It.: thence No. 60
ft.; thence E. 136 ft.; thenco So. 50
it. to bee $13.65
William A. Reeve, 50 ft. lot 1,
block 15. plat B, Beg. 92 ft. W. from
the S. E. Cor. of Lot 1, block 15,
plat B; thenco W. 50 ft.; thento No.
150 ft ; thenco E. 50 ft.: thence So.
150 ft. to beginning' $13.65
SEVER DISTRICT NO. 128.
Gcorgo W. White. 40 ft. lot 4 and
5. block 16. plat C. Beg. 102.71 ft.
E from the S. W. Cor. of lot 5, block
16, plat C: thenco No. 165 ft.; thenco
E. 40 ft thence So. 165 ft.; thenco
W, 40 ft. to beginning $39.27
OCOIgtl V. WJUIU, SllUUIU
ft. lot 5. block 16, plat C. Beg. at
a point 165 ft. No. and 102.75 ft. E.
from tho S W. Cor. of lot 5. block
16. plat C.: thenco E, 29.25 ft.:
thence So. 33 ft.: thenco W, 29.25
I ft. :thence No. 33 ft. to beginning. .. .$4.72
Reginald T. Adamson. 33 ft. lot J.
I block 14. plat C. Beg 253 ft. No. of
1 tho S. E. Cor. lot 1. block II. plat
C; thence Wr. 132 ft.; thenco No 33
ft., thence E. 132 ft.: thenco So. 33
ft. to beginning $5.35
Stoddard Brothers. 65 ft Belnp all
.lots 27 and 28. block 2, Thompson's
and Dclters sub-division T.$S.9S
Stoddard Brothers. 137 fl. Being all
lots 27 and 28, block 2. Thompson's
and Dolters sub-dlvlslon $7.S9
I John T. Newton. 60 ft. lot 7. block
1. plat B. Beg. nt the No. E. Cor.
I block 1. plat B; thence So. 50 ft.;
I thenco W. 140 ft.; thence No. 50 ft.
thence E. 1 40 ft. to beginning $16 76
! M. A Madson. 330 fL Being all lot
15. block 12. plat C $323.91
A. H. Hayes. 55 ft. lots 1 and 2.
1 block 2, Thompson's and Dclters.
1 Sub. Beg. at N. W. Cor. lot 1. block
2. Thompson's and Dclters sub-dlvlslon;
thence S. 55 ft.; thence E, 137
ft.; thence No. 55 ft.; thenco W. 137
ft. to beginning $30.42
A. H. Hayes. 137 ft. Being all lots
1 and 2, block 2, Thompson's and
Dclters sub-division $26.55
Thomas Ballantyne. 41 ft. lot 6,
block 12. plat C. Beg. 104.S ft. So.
of the No. W. Cor. of Block 12.
plat C. thenco E. 132 ft.; thenco
So. 41 ft.; thenco W, 132 ft.; Uienco
No. 41 fL to beginning $27,87
I. C. T. Koons. City Treasuror of Og
dcn City, Utah, and ex-offlclo collector of
special taxes for said city, do hereby cer
tify that the above and foregoing Is a cor
rect statement of the delinquent assess
ment upon tho several pieces of property
described therein, as the same appears
upon tho records of tho city treasurer's
offlco and that this notice of salo and
tho salo theroundcr Is authorized by reso
lution of tho board of commissioners of
This 17th day of February. 1920.
C. T. KOONS.
City Treasurer and Ex-Officlo Collector
of Special Taxe3.
Published In The Ogdon Standard.
First publication March 16, 1920.
Last publication March 26. 1920.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
Notice is hereby given, that the Han
son Livestock & Feeding Company, a cor
poration, of Ogdon. Utah, did on tho 22nd
day of March, 1920. make a voluntary as
signment to the undersigned. In trust
however, for the benefit of its creditors,
without preference or partiality", except
as provided by law. and all creditors of
said Hansen Livestock & iFecdlng Com
pany arc required to file Ihoir claims
with tho undersigned assignees at the
law office of Chez & Barker, at 400-401-I
102-103 First National bank building. Og
den. Utah, on or boforo the expiration of
three (3) months aftor the first publica
tion of this notice.
All claims must be distinctly stated and
sworn to by the claimant or some one In
his behalf, who is acquainted with tho
facts therein sot forth.
Dated March 22. 1920.
I. N. PIERCE.
' CHARLES ZIEMER,
O. M. RUNYON.
Assignees for Creditors of Hansen Live
stock & Feeding Co.
Cho JJarkcr. Attorneys for Assignees.
LI'L PEP !
Vigor, vitality, vim and punch
The courngc to act on a sudden hunch,
The nerve to tackle the hardest thing,
With feet that climb and hands that
And heart that never forgets to sing
Sand and grit is a concrete base
Friendly smile on an honest face
The spirit that helps when another's
That knows how to scatter the black
That loves its neighbor and loves Its
The say "I will" for you know you
To look for tho best in every man
To meet each thundering knockout
And come back with a laugh because
You'll get the worst of the whole darn
Graco G. Bostwick jn Ashevlllo, N.
There is a-loL of whisky in this coun
try to bo guarded and there aro a lot
of people who are willing to do guard
Ogdon Petroleum Co., principal place of lilfl
business Ogden, Utah.
There aro delinquent on tho following .1 ,
described stocks on nccount of asses - B
ment No. 10 levied on tho 7th day of f.
February. 1920, tho several amounLs sot i
opposite tho names of tho rcspectlvt f
share holders, as follows
Cart. No. Shares Aim !
Allen. E, J 440 1000 $ 5.0 :
Brandon. M, H. ......665 711 3.5
Bingham. Andrew ...111 2000 10.0 , H
Bybce. Emma SSL 1400 7.0 , H
Bundy, Emily R, 106 1000 5.0 t'
Brophy. Leo 351 300 1.5 i
Bnuchman, Emit ...276 5000 2.51 :l
Bauchman, Emit ....652 500 2.0 ;l
Clark. Isaac, 132 500 2.5(
Child, Mrs. C. C 637 6G0O 30. 04 , 1 fH
Child, C. C 462, 2000 10.0C , IH
Cady, E 465 1000 6.06 ;
Dye. S. G 173 2000 lOjjf
De Mlk, W G 226 1500 7.6C il
Dodson, Margaret ...107 1779 8.81 1 KH
Doyle. A. B 750 750 3.J J 'iH
Egglcslon. Harry ....170 500 3.56 I lH
Francis. Frank 20 4000 7 20.pj 3
Fcnn, Homer E 40 1000 5M k
IFoulgcr. Joseph 382 1000 5.06 i tlH
Fnrr, Ralph 472 1000 6.M f, ,
Farr. C. L 354 COO 2.5( - t'H
Fnrr. C, L 631 400 2.01 ''H
Grant. C 606 1000 5.0C 4 1. 1
Hess, G. R 234 1000 - 5.0C
HCtJS. G. R 311 500 2.CI , ' '(.H
Hunter. G. F 241 500 2.6$ ' fFH
Halvcrson, Geo 324 1000 5.UG U fH
Halverson, Geo 366 1000 5.CQ ' iH
Halvcrson. Geo .367 600 3.04
Halvcrson, Geo 377 1000 5.04 II
Halvcrson, Geo BIG 500 2.GC ' j .
Halvcrson. Geo 530 200 ljl6 i! II
Hener. Arthur 664 500 2.5C i; H
Ivlns, L. H 215 100 .C ) IH
Ivins. L. H 218 100 .56 '
Jensen. David 47 1000 5.06 T, ffH
Jensen. David 325-. 3000 15.00 iH
Johnson. Elmer 570 250 1.25
Jones, M. E 201 200 l.UD '(-
Kimes, C. T ....54 100 .50 jH
Leaman. Lllllo 204 - 100 Ji t'- iH
Murphy. J. D 13 4000 20.0G '
Miller, F. S 264 4000 20.00 i1'
Margarson. F, R 417 500 2.50 F
McCormlck. J. L 394 1000, G.Q0 )
Polcrson, Ezra M. ... 65 3000 15.00 ,w
J'icrson. C. A 399 100 .50 1 OH
Picrson, C. A. 420 3000 15.06 ' vnH
Pierce. I. N 1S5 500 2.66 W HH
Powell. Samuel C. ...2S6 500 2.5(1 ,'fj JH
Pldcock, J. W. 550 1500 7.5E ,! ItH
Pructt. L 643 12500 62.5f, g
Pruett. L 56S 500 2.6C 5 'H
Perkins, W. A 522 2000 1V.0C ' ft
Perkins, W. A 553. 500 2.5C 1 J
Pructt, Ed 468 2000 lO.tK
Pructt, Ed 647 500 2.50 '
Piers. Ebcr F. 543 600 2.5C til
Richards, I . L. ...,212 333 1.6( fl llM
Richard3, 1. L 213 333 1.6C ' H
Roy le. A. H 386 2500 12.5C ft
Roylc, A. H 389 250Q 12.51 .
Royle, A. H 290 2500 12J51 I
Rundquist. C. A 621 1000 5.0( i
Sorenaon, Ncls C 57 2000 10 OC f
Sorcnson, Howard ..274 350 1.7 'f-
Swunson.E. P. 321 500 2-50 . B
Sullivan. M 207 20 .10
Smith, Robt 211 334 1,Vj W
Saylor, W. B 301 178 ;3S ,
Thomas. Bculah ,...189 250 1,'2J RSH
Thomas, Bculah ....200 250 ttiH
Toombs, J. M 404 2500 12,50 f ftH
Thomas, E. H 627 2 000 1 0.00 THH
Wheelwright, J. L ...168 500 2,50 I gVH
Walker, Mary L. 174 500 2.50 f
Wysong, Mattie R. ..190 500 2.50 k lH
; Wilson. W. B 626 317 1.53 I f . fi
And ln accordanco -with law so many of IL'I
each parcel of such stock as may bo ncd- j.H
c.stmrv will bo sold at tho offlco of the 1 It
said "company. No. 360 Twenty-fourth - '
street, Ogdcn. Utah, on tho 3rd day oi I I
April. 1920. at the liour of noon to pay j , 5
tho delinquent assessments, together with y: .
the cost of advertising and expense Toi ' . j
A. L. GLASMJVNN, 'HlnH
p. S. Tho abovo delinquents aro pay- HI 1
able to tho assistant sccrctary-trcasuror. llrjlrl
J. R. Hlnchcllfl. at tho Pingrco National 'illlljH
Bank, on or beforo tho abovo mentioned liii UI
date. 3601 ff
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. 1 !
In the District CoUrt, Probato Division. (llH
In and for Salt Lake County, Stato ot illl
In the Matter of the Estate of Jennie P. , J
Johnson, Deceased, f , n
Tho undorslgned will sell at private (J
sale, tho following described real estate. JH
I Tho following described land in Ogdon
City, Weber County. Utah, standing ln Sj
tho name of Jennie Isabcllc Johnson 1
A part of Lots 9 and 35, ln Block 10, llll
I South Ogdcn Survey, in Ogdcn Clly Sur- Hll
vey, beginning at a point 165 feet South MiH
of the Northwest cornor of said Lot 9 1 ttliH
(which is the Northeast cornor of said '( ll
Lot 35). running thenco East 43.89 foct; ilnl
thcncO South 39 feet; thence West 12383 itllH
feet; thence North 39 feet; thence East iilll
80 feot, to placo of beginning: on llfl
or after tho 25th day of Jfarch. A. D. tuHI
1920, and writ ton bids will bo received at
the office of tho undersigned admlnlstm.- IliH
tor at 311 Boston Building, Salt Lako fliH
City, Salt Lako County, Stato of Utah; IfH
terms of sale, cash, ten por cent of tho
bid payable at the tlmo of tho salo. and lilffl
the balance upon confirmation of salo by (if
tho said court, or on credit, payablo in ', B
Installments, at least ten per cent to H
paid In cash, deferred payments to draw mj H
interest at tho rato of not less than seven Mi H
per cent per annum.
BENJ. R. JOHNSON. M
Administrator. ) ifjj jH
SHERIFF'S SALE 7T I ' j
In tho District Court of Weber County.
Samuel T, Meyers, Plaintiff, vs. Morris 11 Ll
D. Krcldor. William H. Kreidor and Mary l.liAI
K. Stchman. and H, F. Mark, Defendants. 1(191
To be sold at Sheriffs Sale on the 31st 1)1 111
dny of March? 1920, at 12 o'clock noon 1 Hl
of said day, at the South Front Door of iiPll
the Wubcr Count Court House, In Og- 'tllil
den City, Weber County, Utah, tho fol- 'illll
lowing described property, to wit: illilll
Lot Twonty-scvcn (27), Block Elgh- iMllH
lecn (IS). Nob Hill Annex Addition to l HH
Ogdcn City. Weber County, Utah;-' I (fill
Sltuato in tho Southwest Quarter (i) 'iil'l
of Southeast Quarter (i) Section . 'ijllH
Twenty-seven. (27). Township Six (6) UlllH
North, Range Ono (1) West of the ;UH
Salt Lak'c Baso and Morldian. United 'HHH
States Survey. 'ijjl
Dated at Ogden City. Weber County, Hi'lH
Utah, this 9th day of March, 1920. icUH
II. C PETERSON, j HH
Shorlff of Wobcr County, Utah. fllill
By CURTIS ALLISON, HilH
Deputy Sheriff,. Hnl
ALIAS SUMMON3" it 111
In tho City Court of Ogdcn City, County aQ
of Wobcr, State of Utah. HJ
Standard Publishing Company, plaintiff. f.
vs. F. J. Frccnor. defendant. Ulllll
The State of Utah to tho said Defendant: ;M,
You aro hereby summoned to appear itu
within ten days after service of this Sum-
mons upon you, If served within fho vn
County ln which this action is brought; flj;
otherwise, within twenty days after th,is '(tlll
service, nnd defend the abovo entitled ;
action? and ln case of your failuro so to Ml!
do, tho plaintiff in this action will apply HI!
to Iho Court for tho relief demanded ln ill
tho Complaint of which a copy is hereto iWlcH
attached and horowlth served upon you, mIuH
and will take Judgment against you for I iflH
the sum of $109.08. with tho legal rato jllPH
of interest thereon from December 25. jiillH
1917. together with plaintiff's costs and Hj H
disbursements herein. 'llllH
T)ils action Is brought to recovor a h
judgment against you as aforesaid upon IIIIH
an account for certain advertising matter flH
and space furnished by plaintiff to de- IlilH
fendant, at his request, between Soptom- j JH
hor 24 and December 26. 1917, at Ogdcn, irlH
Utah. ft JIH
JOS. B. EVANS, !)H
Plaintiff's Attorney ql
F. O. Address Ecclcs Building, Ogden. IrilH
Dated Ogdcn City, Wcbcr County, Utaji UH
this Sth day of March. 1920. lllljl
ALIAS SUMMONS ' j '
In tho District Court of Wcbcr County, j
Stato of Utah
C. V. Saltsgavor. Plaintiff, vs. Lilllo I H
Saltsgaver. Defendant. I H
Tho State of Utah to said Dcfondant: I
You are hereby summoned to appear f
within twenty days after service of this
Summons upon you, if .served within the 1
County tn which this action Is brought; 1
otherwise within thirty days after serv-
lco. and defend the abovo entitled action;
and in case of your failure so to do. Judg- Q H
ment will be rendered against you accord- ff H
ing lo tho domand of the complaint.
which has been filed with tho Clork of
This action Is brought to recovor a
Judgment dissolving the marriage con- f
tract now existing between you and ,
T. R. O'CONNELLY.
P O. Address. 369 24th Street, Ogden, jH
Utah, rooms 16 and 17 Commercial No,- 1
tional Bank building. , MH
First Publication March 9th. 1920. jjH
-We suggest that the first question 1 jH
to be sent lo Mars be "Are You dry?" 'j
We have a sneaking idea that some- , IH
body has obtained an injunction lH
against the Millenium. !