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W ' 1, FTVK room mxlo-n hrl'k. cornor. rtov In
WW v or. bench and car Mn. hnjoment Hnd
W trnt;n, ,ll window iOiimI. nnd Hot-trie
M m a ni'r.cfl- V Positive nnp At J4X0O
I f 5 5 , rilcht room modern frame. rfo. In on
il 5 1 bnch and enr lino. Ixt 60x132: will re-
li i n sisoo ' cash; pood torm on balance.
9j I . Five room fully modern brlrk buna-
I Jw. hnrdnood floors and borders: tiled
51 i room, brick . nd glnxd In irtetping
,(' f Doreh. all built-in foturo. hndefl nnd
fHctrIc fixture, full bniemn, furnnoo
j1.. cnionted driveway. olose to cur
Ino and school: ono of tho nn let and
inal homo In Ogden. a rush, torina on
balance. J 7000.
i H acrn inml. S room hol. chicken
houe. hot house. 2 lowing vroll. 2
I crn pasture. l neren alfalfa, mitio
I "inall fruit, balance boat loiiwtto nnd hot
land: within 3 miles of elty. cash,
j terms on Ivalnnoo. $t.J0.
30 no land. CO acrei undor rultlvn
Hon. nrnnll hoiiee nnd oHjftr. spring
'nler. 12 acres wheat. 5 aerc alfalfa. iHtl
z nncg rnln nnd pnature. land. Cloao to
Oirdcn on main road: I? cah. terms on
balance. Only J7S00. .
Call at office.
, - J. A. McCfLLOCH
1'nder First Natl. Imik 2$tl
W 4.16 acres grain and alfalfa land Jn north-
i torn Utah: 100 ncrcn now In alfalfa ,
I Slntc highway pajea door. Small house.
omilc water; 10 henri of rnltle.
horen. kinds of machinery to run
the plncn included The owner of thla
I magnificent ranch In In thl city under
I; Hi" care of a uhyelclnn and in ohllr-d to
I aoll. PrlceJ30.000.no, One-half caah. b.l-l
k nnce 7 per cent will take rome Hear Of- I
f, dn property In trade. Tho. Atild, under'
First Nntlonal Bank. Phone jf). mi
' FOUR room brick hou nnd 30 foot lot In
j, eoay reach of wn'rohoua and railroad dls-
!J trlct. S26O0: terms 51000 caah. balance on
i time. o. a. Kennedy, bnaeinont L'tah Na-
f tloiial bank. Phono 91.1. 4123
I1; '
K of alx rooms: nil hardwood floor?. Riim
HI ind enamel finish; buffet kitchen, break-
b f ft fit nlrnuo- vnnntol nn.l Ivnnlr ph ni ' fllr
nacfl hent; rcmont bnaemont. nil parti
tioned off: the cla5Sleat lionie of Its size
. in cltv. Located 1371 Twenty-fifth.
WILL cell nil or any pnrt of SO acres
:, eholco land about five miles from ORdcn.
P tindor Wavls-Wobor countioa cunul com-
I'nny. Ono 40 ncro tract hn.i .some im
- provcincntc. This la n genuine ha. renin
:! nt 5160 an ncrc; term to suit. Will sell
' .IS'.-i shares of water with this at market
j price.
g 227 Hudson Avrnuc Alhambra Theatre is
f next door. 40--
rEAUTH'L'L lot with Inrpc raspberry
' I patch nnd youns bcnrinK fmlt trees. o3B
' t Chester.
A if 1 HAVE aevernl very desirable mpdern
ill1 i homes for salo nt rensonnhle prices.
A AVould like to have you call nnd see
B Also one of the beat fnnns In "Weber
M county, suitable for growing? any kind oi
IK irjnV;e orchnvd. irood house, barn and
3 earape, pood water rights, purest spring
fl water on promises,
W Room S02 Ecclcs rhonc42o
FOR SALE By owner A pre.it snap If
taken at once. 5 room frnme with hnlls.
clothes presses. cabinet porches, large
ahed nnd parage. FJne fence, 'rult and
shade trees, lawn and flowers. Corner
L ; lot, 55x132 feet, Pavinp to sidewalk paid,
t Immediate poRsession. Terms. Enquire
I 1051 or 2208 Washington. Phone
1 .MODERN four room frame bungalow with
I glass In sleeping porch. 32S4 Lincoln:
H ayenue. 4134
SSu I-'OUR room frame house, large lot
111 1, bcnch V"i fo-nn
IB " Six room frnme, on bench ..SJoO'"
rSl Five room modern brick on cicnch.
ItLv fine home 5522n
J' 1U ACRES Innd with water light; four j
II fl room frame houc in goodcondlUoj Jor .
li fl' 'Ullck sale will sacrifice 5200. 192 est j
Twentieth aflor 5 p. m. c ,
II tl SIXTEEN acres on Twelfth street, with
B , good five room house. Six acres In fruit.
I ; water right for half of the land. $5000.
i Terms to suit. Will consider a trade for
I residence. J. J. Brummltt. 2117 Hudson
Ml I avonue. "S4i
IE FOR CASH, lnrge corner lot closo In on !
M J bench Two largo frame houses on lot: i
M j $4700. Phono 2716-R. 5
I f HOICE building lots on North Wnshing
M II 'on; newly paved stroet: we furnish mon- ;
Mm c to build. Also choice cheap lots, close
'4, to paved streets; easy terms: no paving ,
w tax; E. Wedell. 2-lGS Washlngton.3i I
H S N olegvint lot on Tyler avenue near
I Twcntv-fourth street. This lot is 5o:160
V g to alley. This Is near the exclusive rnr.l
I I dcnc.ft section and Is worth twice what
ill I tho ownor, who is n non-recldent. asks for I
ill H. which Ik ?300. J. J- Brummltt. 2117;
d f Hudson avenue.
MkI MPry "our room modern brick home on I
Wit tho bench, at a. bnrgaln. Tho. Auld. mi- 1
W 3 der First Nntlonal Bank- Phone 301. Ji53
Jf Ik I.'OUR. room ncurly modern house, on i
paved street, $27G0. 2gG6 j
-Nf fi WE have Q list oi irrigated farms
rWV a for salo or trade, Write or oee WONEb i
1 1 GRISWOLD INV. CO., Burloy, Idaho ,
i i i. 158 ACItES ot farm land near Promoa- .
' s P lory, fullv onulppcd viih stock unci tools, I
I' I S Residence, otttble, sprlntf for donjentlc iac ,
1 m- and early water for Irrigation. This
IB. would make -v cholcH grain farm. Cru
' -MW take a home in Ogden as part payment.
mm mt' sv u' "VVcde11, 26S A 1833 !
I lt FOUR room framo house, lurc. lot, on
mm pavort street. 53750. ;
II Seven room framo hoiisfi. largi lot, up-
EX per Twenty-fourth. J3500. ,
- FAJtM or 1G0 acres for miIo; 151 acres In i
I Turkey Red wheat, coining up flnp; two
room frnme houso, not finished inside;.
' r . stable nnd pood well; located between
Stone and Holbrook.. Prlco JCObO. Ad-
dres Jeaso Bradahnw. Stone. Idaho. 3350 ,
EIGHT beautiful building lots, rear of!
j . K50 Twenty-second fllroot. Call 3 123 -It 1
.' Residences 265S Monroo. WW
1 P.V U N BR Five-room brick home:
modern except hftat; cxcollent location;
I Vall ut 2811 Adams Ave. Phone -240;M. t
I 156?
WE BlfY. SL'LLl and exchange finm,
ranchoa. hourfea and city property, iioe
us befow jou soil or buy. 8mU
FlJhdcrs Co., up stairs, Commercial banX.
2057 '
i IT WILL pay you to sec nn about jiood
farms, loans, city residences and lots, i
Phone 1S76. Portor Realty Co. 2S74
Washington Ave, Basement. List with (
us. 1031 :
GOOD modern tive room nunpnio. sieam I
heat, modern In every respect. Closo In
ontho bench. A great snap at $5500. J 1
J. Brummltt, 2417 Hudson avenue. 38-11
2 ACRES of Hnd on tho sand ridge
About ten acres in orchard: nam electric,
station, two churches, school. Only 54000.
Terms to suit. Groat snap J. J. Bruui
mltt Phono 60.
TWO acres fruit nnd berries. thrccroon
house. Phone 3139-J. 40&f'
sux-room urlCK nouae. s I.:; uiocks from J
Wash, on beach, with chicken run unci
garaga. Pnt nt S2&5U. Tonr.s at No. 11
uth sir. !
SIX room modom brick with two and a
half acres, and north city limits. Snnp
Kelly & Horrlck 2 !!
ONE acre with water right, located near
east Tweclfth street. A good place to
build a home; city water. Only 51000. J.
J. Brummltt. Phono GO. 2S1
FOURTEEN room double brick houn.
nearly modern, well located, large lot.
'Harms. SPOOO. Kll.v & HcmtIca. 334
BY OWNER Four room house, enn nink?
m - two more rooms upstairs. Part cash, seo
M ! Mr Fox. L'nion Depot Baggage Room.
m JT iLi
M M BY OWNER Finest building site In city.
itM m 81 fer.t south front, on 25th t;-et.
liTIt W tween jrarrison nnd Tyler, lake this
iff I while you can. Phone 1073. -IOCS j
II ;loS3 coSs.usr5b ffi'sr1 fr'
fcL1 .... , .a
I j pFOR SALERTEstate j
I I Continued J
Irt 2th flf. Phone IIj
4"Room Modern.
nnrlo4f taping torclu eminent !
ment. mantle, huili-lit features, barn,
rhlcken eoopa. lot &a frontage. In south
Jart of on. JJ5Oi.0fl; terras.
4-Room Modern Brick
' Bungalow, practically arw. fireplace,
built-in hookrae. lot 40x1X3 ft. Jn
rood location. 33COO.00; eaay terms.
6-Room Modern Drlck
I C"lonr In. on aouth Wahlnpton Ave..
3 bwlrooma. dn. full laemnt. has gas
i rljxl up atalra and down, good lot and
I chieken roona. Houa haa cast front
age. J 4500,000; terrna.
'One Acre Peach Orchard,
j Has variety of other fruits and flve
I room modern pricd-brlrk bungalow,
good water jiyatem. 1-2 mile from the
city. 4$O0.0O; terms.
'5-Room New Oungalov.
I Located on the bench, has enclosed
i slopping porch, furnace, hardwood floors,
gum-wood flnlah. bullt-ln fottturea. g
rage. Oot 7xl2 feet. $6S00.00; terms.
416 24th St. Phone 115
Real Eatate Inauranco j
' New alx room atrlclly modern bunga- J
'low. altuated on enat front lot. 50x140
fei. Houae hns hot water hffnrt. flieplnce, I
tiled bathroom, hnrdwooI floors and elnc- J
ttlc fixtures: separate coal, fruit nnd veg-1
etahle rooms finished In basement. For
one roqulring a lnrgtj homo, additional
$6Soo. ;
Pmctlcally nw five room strictly mod- I
ni bungalow situated on aouth front lo. I
eloae in. Houjio has furnace heat, fire-
ulac. hardwool floors and numerous
luiHt-Sn leaturos. A genuine bnrgain at I
JSOflfl. ,
Ha acres of lajid with good water right,
In good location, nenr Washington nvo-j
nue: Iim.n good six room brick house and i
outbuildings. Price $3500. !
Four room modern brick cottage in good !
location on bench, close in. The houst)
could not be built today for the price
asked and tho lot is worth $1500. Price
2472 Hudson Avenue Alhambra Theatre is
next door. 4023 i
has house, sheds, stnblcs. springs, granar
ies, iiinuing water and fine mendow. In
cluding tractor, machinery, some live
stock. Pav 515.000 down, balance 12 year
ly payments. Get map and fncts. "Wc
might rent If you have enough means for
seed, feed and equipment. Wm. H. Brown
i-'5ons, Hobson. Judith Basin, Fergus
County. Montana. 300S
LOT 40x132. bargain; owner leaving; must
ell. Box 83. rare Standard. 3935
I BY OWNER Five room brick bungulow.
I Strictly modern. Phone 1754-R- 4131
'22 ACRE beet, hay and general farm;
1 must he sold quickly and one of tho best
i smnll farms In county. 12 acres best land,
1 10 acres pnsture; cxcollent improvements;
100 shares water. Price SS000.
! Eight acres of fruit and berries. 11
shures wnter; four room house, barn,
i sheds, etc.; best buy In Ogden. Will sub
divide into 10 large lots. Price for quick
sale. 59000. One-half cash, balance 7 per
I cent.
Five room modern brick bungalow on
bench, close in. cement basement, large
closeta. sleeping porch, kitchen cabinet,
I all improvements paid, choice location.
Price .IG50. $2000 cash. 525 per month.
! R. G. Agee. or Alfred E. Stratford, base-
Iment Broom hotel. Phone C9-2304-J.
ONE of tho best tarms in northern Utah,
consisting of 150 acres: plenty of water
for GO acres: water enn be developed for
bnlnnce: good five room house, barn and
outbuildings. On electric road, paved
street. This Is a great snap at $15,000.
Some terms given if desired, J. J. Brum
mitt. 2417 Hudson avenue. 3341
MODERN home; canaries, rabbits. Phone
2S80-W. 3976
BY OWNER 5 room modern home, good
location, large lot. Telephone 1C19-M.
7 ROOMS house closo In. $3000. Can make
7 ROOM apartment house. ?S50.
14 ROOM appartmcnt house on the bench
lot 72x150. $C500.
5 ROOM modern brick bungalow nnd 6
room frmjT.o In -roar. Lot '57x260.- $5200. i
Can mnke terms.
P'OR RENT 13 ncres good sugar boot
land with 4 room house nnd barn, for one
vcar. mile from elty. Immediate pos
session. W. P. 277'J Washington.
Phone 431-M. 4031
j To Buy j
SECOND-HAND wicker baby buggy In
good condition. Phone 31S4. 4107
FRESH milk cow; hogs, veal and poultry.
Will come to your yard to buy. Phono
2597-R. Peart Bros.. 3421 Adams avenue.
Ogden. Utah. 3S67
WANTED To buy or rent an invalid
chair. Phono 1029-R. 4065
WE BL'Y all cars, regardless of condi
tion. Auto Salvage o.. 2348 Grant Ave.
ACCRUED interest plus market price for
liberty bonds paid by J. A, Hoglo & Co.
LIBERTY bocus bought J. J Brummltt.
Phono b9. 2530
CLEAN rab3 wanted at tho dtandwd
IF YOU have ono cow or car lond of cut- 1
tlo or slock pigs for sale. I will drive out.
try and buy them, Call 210U ovenincs or
704 day time. C. A. LumkiulaL 3GC3
IF YOU arc ambitious and have the abil
ity to soli goods, soy Mr. Holland nt
Glen Urps.-Roherts Plnno Co. Only a mnn
with automobile need applyt This Is ab
solutely tho best opportunity auy young
man ever had for advancement. Salary
nnd commission and steady positions to
right party. -1145
THE Utah-Idaho branch of the Chemical
Cooler Co.. of Sun Francisco, with hend
quartors nt Salt LnHi offer an opportun
ity for aa'.osmont to earn from $15.00 to
S25 0'i pr day in Utah. Iduho and Mon
tana. Will armngo stato rights for Mon
tana, For particulars address P. O. Box
1257. Salt UUo City. Utah. 4040
FORMER Montana woman Fount Ilag
Irr. looking for husband. Box 3S41. Port
land. Oregon. 4077
waFtted I
. Situations !
HOUSEKEEPING by eldcrlv lady for
widower. Best of references given. Ap
ply E. T,, 43S Horrlck Avo. 41H
WASHING, ulso blankets and curtains.
Phone 29-R-4. 4117
WIDOW wtlh two small children, wanta
to cook for men or kcp house for wid
owor. Address 101 Thirty-third. 3S07
BY experienced bookkeeper to handle a
small set of bookw vr nings. after 5 p. m
A-1 ieferonci-3 furnished. Address Box
11. Care Standard. 4061
WIDOW with ono child wishes position
as housekeeper. Box 14, Standard. 4Q7fl
FOlTRErrf i
Miscellaneous j
STORAGE room for rent. Call Aaboato-
late Products Co.. Phone 1116-W. 307."
iM'ANTED o rent a three room unfur
inlrhvd house In couple with one child
I Box 910. care Standard. .jpfil
WE take your old rango as first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
; tango outright. Home Furniture Co. G73
SALESLADY A. P.. Mclntyro Drug Co.
CHAMBERMAID wantrd at Healy hotel,
Appli In person. 9
FEMALE help wanted in the housekeep
ing department, Dee Hoapitnl. Phone Cl4.
. AN experienced girl for housework. 432
i 27th street. Phone XPO. 409S
EXPERIENCED. .salesladies to sell phono
graphs; good eastern line, good commis
sion. Call 111 Twcnt -third street, be
, tween 10 and 12 i. ni. 3911
' FAMILY washing wanted. Phono 2015
i L 3703
j DRESSMAKING taught to anyoncwUllng
to apply Ihomsolve. See Madam Caj lau.
Third floor. Wright's Store. 9242
GIRLS wanted to sow on overalls. "A'o
pay while you learn. Only those vho
i want steady Jobs ned apply. Scmv
croft Manufncturlng Co. CPU
I DELIVERY bov wanted. Farle Groccr. I
Phone 1626. 2C02 Washington. U l
OUNG man experienced on soda foun-
tain. Kerns Co.. 2459 Washington. U
BOY WANTED Over 16 year3 o. age:;
one having expericnc In printing1 office
preferred. Ogden Printing Co.. 2434 I
Washington Ave. 4100
YOUNG man with high school education
for general office work. No bookkeeping.
Excellent opportunity for advancement.
Prefer one who can operate or learn to
opperatn a typowrlter. Reply Box 22.
Care Standard. 4063
EXPERIENCED alc.men to sell phono
grnphs on commission basis; good propo
sition to right parties. Apply 411 Twenty
third street between 10 and 11 a. m 3942
CAPABLE and experienced mnn to han
dle salesmen selling on commission; Rood
cropoRitlon for right man. Address P. O.
Cox OS. 3943
FARM bund who understands caro of or-
dell. 24CS Washington Avenue. ' 3820
BEFORE selling Liberty bojda. get prlca
from J. A. Hogie r Co. -4Sl
I Furnished
'FURNISHED apartment. 2571 Lincoln.
NICE front sleeping' room for one or two
' gentlemen. 2648 Adanis. 13
TWO rooms, for light housekeeping at 2054
Washington avenue. 10
j MODERN eight room, we'l furnished
I home. Address P. O. Box 694. with ref
, crence. 413S
I NICELY furnished front room, light, heat,
jbath and phone. 573 Twenty-fourth St.
I 4136
! MODERN room for gentleman, closo In
I $3.50 per week. References, 2341 Adams
Ave. 4102
'MODERN furnished rooms: moderate
.prices, two minutes from posloffice. 2446
Grant Ave. 4104
: FURNISHED sleeping room in privato
family on car line, 041 23rd street. 4111
' TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. 2S1S
Wash. 4116 j
LARGE; front room at C12 24th street, 4115
ELEGANTLY furnished room. Call 2520
I Jeff. 4118
MODERN front room for gentlemen. 240
26th St. 40SS
1 NICELY furnished room, one or two gen-
tlemen. 2241 Adams Ave. -1074
FURNITURE and stoves for salo. 317
30th St, 4057
NICELY furnished front sleeping room
for one or two gentlemen. 2122 Washln-'-ton.
MODERN sleeping rooms. 333 24 St. 4029
FOR RENT Furnished large front room.
Call at 2330 Adams Ave. 402G
' TWO light house keeping1 rooms, mod
ern; references required. No children
Phone 1640-.I. - j 4069
THREE rooms for light housekeeping up
i stairs, suitable for couple. Phone 1411 -J.
TWO light housekeeping apartments.
2252'; Washington avenue. 400J
SLEEPING room for gentleman. Phono
P09-W. 165 Twenty-third. 3795
FURNISHED front room, 530 Twentj
thlrd fitrcct. Phone 21S0-M 3900
2446 Grant Avenue Phone 3050
Modern furnished rooms, Weekly rates.
: ROOMS for Gentlemen. Phono 1SS0.
ACCRUED Interest plus markot prlco for
liberty bond paid by J. A. Hoglo Co.
NICELY furnished room, suitable for two.
2431 Adamti Avo. 4086
j ! Unfurnished
THREE-ROOM house, good location, near
car, l'honu 29-J -4 4105
3 or 4 ROOM apartments, vacant from
1-10. Phone 2360-M. 4039
TWO room apartment. $26; three room
apartment. $3o; hot water, privato bath.
Btoum. Phono 1003-J. 3591
GOOD house for rent. J. J. Brummltt,
Phono 50. 3S40
, ?ORSAn
Poultry and Egg& J
EGGS for hatching. Pure bred Black Ml-
noica and Rhode Island Red, 639 Sev
' 011th street. Phono 2135-M. 7
I RHODE Island Ruds and Shapard's strain
Ancona cjpgs, $1.50 setting. Phono 357-M
REDS and White Leghorn ogga for hatch
ing; also breeding stock. Call Bramwdl.
I ! 3923
. HATCHING oggs from hnavy laying
I White leghorns, $1.50 per 15; $9.00 per
100. Phono 2124-R. atjip
I f,9C3S;R,L Ue,d?t a,,tJ W Rooks, Blk,
Mln W. B, and Butf Leghorns, Anconas.
I Light Brahmas. Cornish Games. W. and
I Silver Laced Wyandottc3. turkcv, duck
and goooo eggs. See us for baby chjeka
I and llvu poultry. Ask ua about IL
I 3627 H. B. Palmer.
FOR No. J baby chicks; alao Winford
electric hovers. Phone Astlll, 6G9-J54G-::
MONEY LOANED on gilt edged securi
ties Thou. Auld. under First National
i: 4024
1 MONEY advanced to a.laritxl peopio with
out cccurlty. Otbora on furniture and
I pianos. Easy weekly or monthly pay
ments. Dlx. 227 Colonel Hudson Bulld
I lng. Phone 2S4. 8737
! RALPH P. HUNTER, established 1883.
Mortgago loans, real estate. Insurance.
1 Utah, Idaho lands; farma npd city prop
erty. Persons desiring to loan money
on good first mortgago security will Jo
1 well tD consult inc. Good applications
always on hand. 431 Twonty.fourth St
Ogden. Utah. 2310
MONEY to loan on Improved zeal cstai-.
Kelly ft Hcrrick. 719
MONEY to loan on real estate securities,
J. J. PrummltL fi-21-ij
LADY'S pocketbook. Orphcum theater
I Bills and silver. Return to 36S Twenty
1 fourth street. Howard, 4146
' BLACK leather bill-book containing lodge
land Identification cards. Roturn to 40S
Hudson IMdg. 4OS0
THURSDAY morning on 7th St.. Ladles'
pursi containing Goncnlog-y and monc.v.
Return to 621 7th St., or phone 2135-W.
Rewanl. 4021
) LARGE black leather purao containing
smnll change, small diamond ring and ro
rflpt. Phone 375-.T. Roward. 30S7
I Ifl very nmn la noted for something or
J other, wc understand;
Jv-. . - ' - ' '-
"OR SAU - jj
i Miscellaneous 5l
Singer Sewing Machine j
JUST ARRIVED Latest models can be
purchased or rented for $3 00 a month.
Needles oil nnd repairs for all makes.
Singer Sewing Machlno Co., 2338 Waah
Ington Ave. Phono 24. 4113
BARLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle 'in per
fect condition. Call 2012 Qulncy avonue
J 4
Jr1" bby carriage. Phone 327-.T.
1S24 Grant. 4137
HOUSEHOLD furniture, cheap. 2S3D 1
Chflds. Phono J220-R. ' j 1
?.Hi vncu cleaner. JT per day. Phone I
aj IS jj
CHICKEN and duck eggs for sotting. Call i
after 4 p. m. 2156 Pnclfle avenuo. 4130 '
STUDEB VKER light spring wagon, half
price, $6n. Guitar and rase. $6; iHano
stool -71.50. 570 7th stivt -pps i
BUFFET, table, chairs, carpet, librnr)' 1
tablo and a piano. Phone 904-J, 2S43 Ad
ms. 41101
FURNITURE for sale. 206 1 Jefferson i
I 4123 j
I HOUSEHOLD furniture. Phone. 357-R or
! 53 4000
1 NEW manure spreader and sraln drill
Have sold fnrm. Phone 3177-J. 40S4
LARGE: rug. somo small rugs, a snnltarv
I couch and other furniture. Call 675 27th
! Street. Phono 2317-M 4075
THREE nearly new child's beds and high
chair. Corey Apt3.. No. 19. 4096
W ASHER and motor and cts water heat
er, cheap. Inquire 28S3 Lincoln, Phone
! I92S-W 4079
NEARLY new Universal Combination gas
and coal range, at a bargain. 2510 Wash.
Ave.. Ogden. Utah. 4095
FIVE Rooms of furniture. Call 217 2Sth
street or phone 2090, 4054
A PARLOR set cheap, call rcur 2127
Grant. 4060
SANITARY couch, folding baby buggy.
rocking chair 24G Qulncy Ave. 4037
ALMOST new Daytpn bicycle. $35. Call
GOOD surrcv and single harno33. En
quire Pacific Coffco Store, 2357 WashlnT
ton Ave. 4019
ONE C foot plato glass top marblo base
floor case. Ono G foot plate American
Bcnutv marble base floor case. Applv
352 Twenty-fifth. 3989
35 CHOICE "White Leghorn ccokerels for
breeding purposes. State Industrial
school. 3999
WICKER baby buggy for sale. Only been
used two months. Phone 1342-J. 4000.
BOAT and rabbits for sale cheap. 156
West .Twelfth. 4006
FOR SALE My fine phonograph, largo 1
size, $65; must bo sold today. Call Mr
Sorenoen, Room 202 Healy Hotel. 3972
FOR SALE My fine phonograph. Iargj
nl7.e, $65; must be sold today. Call Mr.
Sorensen. Room 202 Healy Hotel. 3973
GOOD concrete steam mixer, cheap. 433
Cross stroet 3869
FINE grocery stock and lease, well locat
ed on Waslhngton avenue. Kelly & Her
rick. 3778
1 LATE 1919 twin Harlcy Davidson motor
cycle with fldo car. In perfect condition.
Also twin Excelsior for $100. See clrcula
tlon manager. Ogden Standard. 3776
NEW 5-ply 3-4 rubber hose, while It lasts.
15c. Buy quick. Phone 333. 3407
John Dcero double disc sulkcy plow,
U3cd only one season.
Ono Solid Comfort single plow sulkoy.
One Jump scat surrey.
Ono umbrolla top buggy.
Ono top grocery delivery wagon.
On light road cart, all In good con
dition and newly painted.
Also other second hand goods.
10-10 Washington Ave.
SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
C Iverron, 1640 Washington avenuo I
Phonw 49. 3533
FEVLES nnd guaranteed singers, Come
hear them slna;, 2220 Lincoln. 2242
SEVERAL j'.'to of new work harness. Ogo
den Horse Salu & Commission Co. 3103
1000 shares of Capital Petroleum at 23c;
a dividend paying stock. Phone 3076
SINER'S TrunK ana Furniture Stores.
New and second hand goods bought and
sold and exchanged; highest prices paid
for second hand furniture; high grade
trunks and suitcases our specialty. 241
255 Twenty-fifth. Phono 1321. 2976
J. A. HOGLE & CO. pay highest priced
In Ogden for Liberty bonds. 2450
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon's, 211-25 Twenty-fifth '
St. Phone 419. 157
FOR SALE or exchange, sowing machine
for gun, washing machine, chickens or
what have you? Mrs ?Ieads 563 23rd
street- 4103
PIANO, organ, plow. Phono 333. 3156
ONE-I1AL1- acru In poaches, nearly lOU
trees, $650. rah or tern3, or will trad":
for good outomobiltv 411 24th St 233$
FmSALE 5uto
BUICIv rondster. J917. four cylinder, jn
fine shape. $650 cash, or will tako good
Ford in trndo. Phono 2001 -J. 17
Chandler 1918 touiine'.
Chandler 1917 touring.
Elcar 1917 touring.
2254 "Washington Phone 776
FORD tractor. Inquire I. Mura 165
Twenty-fifth street, 4 12$.'
NEW 1920 Oakland touring car at re
duced prlco. or will trndo, 070 22 stroot
. 4112
Ford light delivery truck. '
Ford 1 ton Form-a-Truck.
Ford bug.
Studobakor 1 lop truck.
2Io(lc N Hup. touring.
Model 57, Bulck touring.
1917 Studebaker touring.
All In first class mechanical condition.
2200 Washington Ave, 4027
FORD runabout body, extra good condl
tlon. Phono 2165-R. 4038
TWO light Fords (express bodies); Max
well touring ?225; Haynea Chummy. Sav
ago Motor Co.. 2354 Hudson avenuo. 4012
WONDERFUL car tor sale, cheap. 2348
Grant 3333
WHY not buy an exchange cur? Now is
the tlnio to buy.
Two Fords, '11 and '16,
Two Maxwells, '16 and '17, '
One Chalmers. 6-30.
2333 Hudson Phone 143 !
J BoardandRoom
BOARD and room. 2021 "Washington ave
nue 3
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
In District Court, Second Judicial District
of Utah, Weber County.
In tho matter of the Estate of Mary M.
Smyth, Deceuacd
Notice is hereby given bv" tho under
signed executor of tho last will and tes
tament of Mary M, Smyth, deceased, to
the credltorn of and all persons having
claims nrcninst the said decoased to ex
hibit such claim?, with tho necessary
vouchors, within two months after the
first publication of this notice to tho snld
executor at the office of J. D. Murphy.
..15.316 Flint National bank building, 0
den. Utah, which sold office the undor
slgncd solects ar. his nloco of business In
a''. niottura connected with the said os
tatc of Man' M Smyth, deceased.
J D. Murphy, Attorney.
Date of first publication April 1, 1920
Date of last publication April 29, 192l.
HEMSTITCHING and plcot edge; buttons
and pinking and pleating. Second floor ,
Wright's store. Mrs. H. Layman. 18
DRESSMAKING, remodelling or plain
sewing. 221S Reed Ave. 4036
RELIABLE dressmaking, young ladles,
work a specialty. Call Plaza. Apts., 320.1
Phone 220S. 4147
Ogden Petroleum Co., principal place of
business Ogden. Utah.
Thoro ar delinquent on the following
described stocks on account of assess
ment No. 10 levied on the 7th day of
February, 1920. the several amounts sot
opposite the names of tho respective
share holders, us follows:
Cert, No. Shares Amt.
Allen. E. J. .. 440 1000 $ 5.00 1
Brandon. M. H 665 711 3.56 1
Bybee. Emma 651 1400 7.00 1
Bundy. Emily R 106 1000 5.00'
Brophy. Leo 351 300 1.50
Clark. Isaac 132 500 2.50
Child, Mrs. C. C 637 6000 30.00
Child, C. C 462 2000 10.00
Cady, E 465 1000 5.00
Dye. S. G 178 2000 10.00
De Mik. W. G 226 1500 7.50
Dodson. Margaret ...107 1779 S.S9
Doyle. A. B 750 730 3.75
Eggleston. Harry ,...170 500 2,50
Francis, Frank 20 4tl00 20.00
Fcnn, Homer E 40 1000 5.00
Foulger. Joaoph .....382 1000 6.00
Farr, Ralph 472 1000 6,00
Farr. C. L 354 600 2.60
Farr. C, 1 631 400 2.00
Grant, C 606 1000 5.00
Hess. G. R 231 1000 5.00
Hiss. G. R 311 500 2.50
Huntor, G. F 244 500 2.50
Halverson, Geo 324 1000 6.00
Halverson, Geo 360 1000 6.00
Halvorcon, Geo 367 600 3.00
Halverson, Geo 377 1000 5.00
Halverson, Geo, 515 500 2.50
llalvorson. Geo 530 20ft 1.00
Hcner, Arthur 664 500 2.50
Ivins. L. II 215 100 .50
lvlns, L hi 218 100 .60
Jensen. David M 1000 5,00
Jonaon, David 325 3000 15.00
Johnson. Elmer 570 250 1.25
Jones. M. E 201 200 1.00
Miller. F. S 26 1 4000 20,00
iiargarson, F. R 417 500 2,50
IMcCormlck. J. L 394 1000 5.00
Peterson. Ezra M. ... Co 3000 15.00
iPicraon, C. A 399 100 .50
Pierson. C, A 420 3000 15.00
Pierce, I. N 185 500 2.50
Pldcock, J. W 550 1500 7.50
Pruett, L 643 12500 62.50
Pruett, L 568 500 2.50
Perkins. W. A 522 1000 10.00
Perkins. W. A D53 500 2.50
Pruett, Ed 468 2000 10,00
Pruiitl, Ed 647 500 2.50
Plern, Ebor F. 513 500 2.50
Richards. I . L 212 33:1 1.66
Richards, I. L 213 333 1.66
'Roylo, A. 11 3S6 2500 12.60
Roylo, A. H 3S9 2500 12.50
iRoyle, A. H ,..290 2500 12.50
ISorcnson, Nds C. .... 57 2000 K 10 00
Swunson, E, P 321 500 2.50
Sullivan. M ...207 20 .10-
Smith. Robt, 211 334 1.69
Saylor. W. B 301 173 .89
Thomas. Beulah 1S9 250 1.25
Thomas, Beulah 200 250 1.25
Toombs, J. M 404 2500 12.50
Thomas, E. H C27 2000 10.00
Wheelwright, J. L ...16S 500 2.50
Walker, Mary L 174 500 2.50
Wilson, W. B. 626 317 1.58
And In accordance with law so many of
each parcel of such stock as may be noc
cssary will bo sold at tho office of the
said company, No. 360 Twonty-fourth
street. Ogden. Utah, on tho 3rd day of
April. 1920, at the ' our of noon to pay
tho delinquent aaaessments. together with
the cost of advertising1 und expense of
P. S. The above delinquents aro pay
able to the assistant secretary-treasurer
J. R. Hlnchcliff. at tho Pingrce National
Bank, on or before the above mentioned
date. 3602
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Education of Ogden City, Utah,
at Room 30S, Colonol Hudson building,
I Ogden. Utah, until $ o'clock p. m.. Mori
!day. April 12. 1920. for labor and materials
in connection with excavations and con
crete foundations required for a part of
tho Washington school which the said
board proposes to erect In Ogden. Utah.
Bidders may obtain drawings and speci
fications as required to prepare bids for
this work at the office of Leslie S. Hodg
son and MyrI A. McClenahan. Architects,
Room S29 Ecclcs building1, Ogden. L'tah.
All labor must be performed and all ma
terials furnished and placed as required
to complete the work under the contract
in strict accordance to the drawings and
sM?eificatlons and to the entire satisfac
tion of the architects.
The board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids
A certified check made payable to said
hoard for a sum of money not less tlian
five per cent of tho amount or the bid
must accompany each bid, and tho check
of any successful bidder hall be forfeit
ed in case ho fails or refuses to enter Into
the necessary contract and furnish a bond
required by the board.
The contract shall contain, among oth
er things, a stipulation that at least twen
ty per cent of tho contract price may bo
withheld until the work in the contract
is completed and aceopted by the board.
By order of the Board of Education of
Ogden. Utah.
Published In the Ogden Standard from
March 31st. 1920. to April 12th. 1920. in
clusive. .
Bote Room
ggBI3-Hri I- , l-il-rw-ir-4ra--g-5"W-'-y
I had a sour ball in my pockit in
skool today, and I started to put It in
my mouth sevril times und stopped
half, way on account of Miss Katy
looking as if she was looking evory
time, and. after a wile we started the
joggriffy lessin. Miss Katy saying,
JSvervbody open their joggriffy books
to .page 104. Me thinking, G, heers a
good chance.
And I put my joggriffy book in frunt
of my face and quick stuck tho sour
ball in my mouth and stayed behind
my joggriffy book sucking it, thinking,
G, if enybody asks mo wat my favo
rite subjeck is, 111 tell them joggriffy.
Wich jest then Miss Kitty sed, Ben.
ny Potts, have you gone into retire
ment? Meoning for me to come out frum
behind tho joggriffy book. Wich I did,
and Miss Kitty Ecd, And now that you
are in out mist onco more, I think 111
let you recite a little. Slppose you
name 3 large oceans.
Gosh, me with this in my mouth, I
thawL And T stood up wondering
weather to swallo the sour ball hole or
loeye it drop out on the floor, thinking,
Wats the dif fronts, I wouldent get eny
boneflt out of it either way.
Well, go on, aro you tung tied? sed
Miss Kitty; and I thawt, O well, may
be 111 get a little benefit out of it if
I swallo it.
Wich I did, choking a little but not
mutch, and saying, Atlantick, Pacifick,
and Meditoranium soa.
Have you onything in your mouth?
sed Miss Kitty.
No mam, I sed. Wich I hadent, on
account of it being in my stummick
by that. time. And I sat down agon
wondering if thats tho way a ostrich
fools after ho swallows a hole potato,
and we finished tho joggriffy lessin
and started the spelling lessin, mc
spelling everything rite except beuteh'
with a t. I
Don't criticize a man for having
more money thnn brains. Ho may
even now have more brains than you
have money.
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Fuller ton's Spring Dope 4 H
v f iH
(By Hugh 5. Fullerton) lH
Offensive Defensive To tat f' li
Boston 896 261 llEtf-
Detroit 002 21 Q 114
Washington ......I. 847 2 In 109 , !
Cleveland 861 229 ' 10 30 , l
St. Louis ,. 833 ' 231 106T- 1 lH
Chicago 837 219. 103
New York .V. 822 221 10t3' ' H
Philadelphia 836 207 1043'
Offensive Defensive TotaV lH
Now York 907 , 270 117.7,
Pittsburg 896 255 115X7 !
Cincinnati 872 . 242 lift, !
Brooklyn S5S p 219 1077 BH
St. Louis 843 232 10 73" IH
Chicago 847 221 1071 El
Philadelphia S51 209 106Q" I ILH
Boston S22 205 1027: PH
I Harry Hooper, the wondorful voter
I an of the Rod Sox, and "Pep" Young,
'the great kid of the Giants, carry off
the honors In the dope of tho right
1 fielders. Theso two stand almost alono
among the right fielders of tho coun
try, although tho development of
ISouthworth, ono of the finds of recont
years, places him in a position to di3
ipute Young's claim to the premier-
ship, if not this season, then before
! many years.
j There is more difficulty in figuring
(dope on right fielders than in calculat
ing position strength of any other po
sition. This for the reason that, in so
many cases, one is compelled to calcu
late combination strengths because ot
the habit of managers of shifting out-
uoiuers Decausc oi ngnt ana lert hand
ed pitching and because of ability of
some to play sun fields.
Because of this it is practically im
possible to say that any one man will
play right flold during an entire sea
son, although a few do stick to the
same job no matter what the condi
tions. Tho others do not and thoreforo
the figures in the case of tho major
ity represent tho combined strengths
nnd weaknesses.
On top of that, there are still four
clubB that have not made the final de
cision as to who the "regular" right
fielder will be and it probably will be
necessary to amend the right field fig
ures in the final summing up .of team
strengths. However, while some teams
may improve their figures, there is ex
tremely small chance that any of the
new mon will show enough strength
I to crowd up among the leaders.
I Position strengths in right show k '
; greater range of difference than Is us
ual in major leagues. The position, in
i fact, is satisfactorily filled in only ten
of the sixteen clubs, and the other six
hold the jobs not because of their
own strength but because no stronger
candidates have been developed.
Brooklyn, of course, makes the big
gain. The discovery of this youngster
Nels appears to be one of tho sur
prises of the spring. If the reports
I are true, and if the form ho has been
i showing since the Robins went into
I training continue during tho playing
season, Brooklyn has picked up a com-i
ing star In the outfield and, belter
than that, a man who may develop
Into one of the great lead off battcr3
of the countr-.
There are extremely fow good lead
off men now in the game, and to find
one of the Roy Thomas, Wlllio Keeler,
Jimmy Slaglc or Topsy Hartzoll class
ivould be llko picking up a fortune. I
Detroit's strength in right is duo to I
the attacking power of Flagstead, and 1
the reserve attacking power which '
Jennings seems always to possess.
The showing of the New York Yan
kees in the figures is a serious disap
pointment. The figures are combina
tion ones of Ruth, Vick and Mcusel,
and in no way can I figure the team to
strengthen right field much. Possibly
JC Huggins assigns Meusel to the job
regularly there may be considerable
improvement With Ruth In that Job
steadily the figures show only a triflo
'more strength than the combination of,
the three reveals. With Vick there
regularly the attacking power of the
team Is reduced greatly, although
some spood is gained. It looks, to me
to be a hard problem for Hughes to
dopo out.
cjevoianu again snows lair sirongin
In right, a position in which I expect
Ica the figures to show tho Indians
hacking, and the SL Louis Cards have
'a better right fielder defensive than II
, anticipated. '
In the next article we will compile
, tho outfield figiiros and sec how the
teams compare in that regard. This Is
important because tho great "punch"
of major league teams usually is cen
tered among the outfielders. I
gsj iw.u 1 iF.t'iM-X-arai to j
! Rippling
With joy let tho messago be spoken,
all over this suffering land. Tho back
bone of winter is brokon, and spring,
gentle spring is at hapd. For long
weary months we've been nourished
on sleet and such hideous stuff; tho
backbone of winter has flourished, but
now spring Is calling its bluff. Th
breeze has a scont that is vernal, sug
gesting the tulip and rose; tho buu,,
in its Journey diurnal, is shedding 1
some heat as It goes. The. robin, reli
able token of springtime, is seen on
the lawn; the backbone of winter is
broken, the season of blizzards is
gone. Yes, March, as you say, is af
flicted with weather wo scarcely can
stand; but then, it is .promptly evict
ed, it whoops for a day and Is canned.
Though furnaces still we aro stoklu',
at times, till tho advent of May, tho
backbone of winter is broken, hurroo
and hurrah and hooray And soon
we'll be planting tho tater, and mow
ing tho grass on the lawn; oh, say, is
there ecstacy greater than that when
the winter is gone?
Ogden Trapshooters
Make High Recon
Trapshooting records for 1919 show
that four members of the Ogden Gun
club made better scores than 90 per
cent during 1919. They are G. L.
Becker, E. L. Ford, A. P. Bigclow rjkT !
J. L. Taylor. &!
Fourteen Utah men placed in 227. K !
abovo the 90 per cent class. Z.' I !
S. H. Sharman or Salt Lako wcC I ftf !
high gun for Utah during 1919, breaks 1 !
ing 3105 targets of 3250 shot at. "
The record book classes Utah scar If'
tergun artists among tho best of th 1 H'H
United States. 'H
Southwest League in I
Annual Convention VM
i . '
LOS ANGELES, CaL, April 1. Thjr 1. ,
annual convention of the league of. j 1 H
the southwest, which has its chief ob H
ject tho development of the Colorado H
river irrigable lands, began here fo . H
day with an address by Governor W",'- 7 H
D. Stephens of California. Luther GV- H
Brown of Pasadena spoke on "uniCjyT ( V
of the southwest" and the Colorado ''
river basin was discussed by E. cV H
Larus, United States, geological survfcy; H
and hydraulic engineer who surveyed" H
the basin. 1 H
John T. Wasitler, of Denver, engfcT 'H
noer-adviser to the federal farm IooiL ,1 (H
board, "talked on control and consej: I. H
vatlon of Colorado river lands, etc, !
and E. C. Grunsky of San Franc is co; 'H
Panama canal commissioner, spoke on
stone problems of the Lower ColcP- III
rado river. 1 9
w I f H
Information Bureau f. j
ANYTHING X to Z new or old" '
bouyht. sold or traded. Phone 333. T , (j l
itt rwell Book and Stationery. 362? j ,
Washington Ave. Phone 360. 20 I H
Utah Natltonal I3nnk, southeast corner ; I !
Twenty-fourth nnd Wnshlngton. Phono 613 V f
n,i,.i . O'Cwnolly. Offden. Utah. Jsal
v,co ,nal1- Wr,tc me tho facts v
Phono 30.". - , H
n lan a,.nPen for upholstering. caS ,
Pets c caned, altr-red nnd laid. RomaklnR: , rH
01 mattresscG. Phone 2752-J.
3Pcrt c!?rPet cleaning, mattress reno5 1
IriF PhostcrIn&. and springs ro-
wl?ithcd' Ctl". E- J' Hampton CoTT J li
Feather renovating Phone 25S6-W. 1 !!
m!?re,- T, IIS!v,e,rson' D' c-r Rc3- Phone,
1066-W. 701-702 Ecclea Dulldfng. 'i
i?lho, Nen' rot,1' Dentists aro special ' Is H
ists in all branches of Dentistry. 2i6S j mmmW
waah'ngton Ave; 2205 li
Intermountaln Concroto Co. Twentieth ' i
o?re Ij,ni 5,Avc" Oedein. Utah. Phoncsi 1'
206S and -187. 231C 0H
Ocden Engraving Servlco Co . makers".
or nne cuts in ono or more colors. 416
Twenty-fourth stroot. Phono 463. C
Charles Kisonherg. Phone 1S5D-J. Cal- . !
edonlan nd .Michigan Commercial StnndS, '
prd Iv..iranco. 1575? I H
L. J. Barker. 320 Colonel Hudson Bldgfl hmmmW
f eathenvolght arch supporters, Correct ' !
live treatment. 3340" I i
,-i"Iar?'' Rra,n "P11 Poultry feed, Boll BrosX jjT IJH
2il Twenty-third &treot. Phono 2S45. r ' , l'fi
2100: II
O. M. Runyan, 2269 Wall Ave., payg; I ,
top prices. Phono 7S1-W. 152$-, 't
1 Wostern Hide & .Junk Co., 2323 Vash7 I M '
ington Avo. Phonti ifil. C I j
Ogden Junk House. 2059 Washington ' LH
Avo. Phono 210: X -!
Lawn mowers sharpened and over- I :
honied. Hudson Repair Shop. 2160 IIucIS; ;
son avenue. Phone 731-.T. j H
I Koy fitting nnd lock repairing. safaT
opening and comhtnHtlons set. Hudson :mmm
! Repair Shop, 216H "Itidson. Phone 734-3?4 H
. 3949- ; , ,'H
See Brig. All kinds of house alntlnc I V IH
314 Twenti'-flfth street Plione 973. North- i
Ogden Phone I 33SJ. I H
KALSOMINE3 or paper cleaning. Phone
29-R-ll 403,7; ).
The Nuiitcboom Printing Co.. successors '
to Dce-N'eutcboom PrL Co,. 2370 Wash? A
(Avo. Phono UG6. T'lS n ' MM
When in need of printing como and see" i ;
Dec Prlntcry, 242S Hudson avenue. Phoilo (
Dr. A. Fernlund, office hours 10 to 3. Kt ;,
p. m New Pccry Bldg., Hudson Avor- S )
Res. Phono 640. Office phono 1900-W. IT 'j
Factory en.ulpment for repairing wreck J iH
cd, bent, leaky or twisted radiators. 0 ;
den Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Ave?
Willard Kay. real eat a to and loans.-- ,
2474 Wachlngton Ave. Phono 409, 1874" KH
Garbage und rubbish hauled, cesspool:- Vi
and toilets cleaned. John Chipp & Cot. 1 ;
Phone 822. 2?48 Hudson Avo. 973,
Sanitary Garbatre Co., all kinds of rub- WWW
!blah hauled. Phono 620. j WKm
FOR steamship reservation to European i !H
points. For information phone 1166 or. . mmm
208 l-W. j ' -..
Good public stenographer. Federal , (
Land Co.. 416 Twenty-fourth. 3642; WMM
Taxi servlco Phono $4 for taxi. Close- f mmm
cars only. 215,' ( 'l
Ogden Tent S: Awning Co. Manufaco .
turers of high grade store, offlco aim . y Mmm
resident awnings. Walorproof covera, Wm
bags. etc. Anything In canvas, 22b3 ' H
Wauliington Avo Phone 263. l?2f H
Trunk and bag repairing, round con- JH
ner from Standard. Gallachcr's. 2373 Hud.- f vM
son. 211S J
Dr. Bundy, Veterinarian. Phone S2S ! MM
679-M. 3Si j mm
JBxport window and wall paper cleaning, WW
anywhere. American Window Cleaning" VH
Phone 563. 2370 Washington Avo, kMm

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