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it ' PngoFour , TIIE LEni SUN, LEIII, UTAH ,
I Local Items
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmos Carson of Fair
Hold, spent Saturday horo.
Miss Volda Kirkham of Salt Lake,
is visiting horo with relatives.
Mlss Flora Dovoy of Alplno, Is tho
guost of Mrs. U. W. Drown.
Mrs. Jacob McKJnnoy of Magna,
was a visitor hero on Tuesday.
Archlo Manning of Carlln, Nornda,
is visiting rolatlvos and frlonds ho'ro.
Mr. and Mrs. Emtnott Sorenson of
Salt Lake, are guests of Lohl rela
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wanlass of Gar
field, are vsltlng hero with rolatlvos
Mr. nnd Mrs Levi Swonson of Salt
Lake, nro visiting hero with Mr. and
Mrs. John Dovoy.
Mr. and Mrs, Richard Hutchlngs on
tortained a number of rolatlvos at
Darrcll Qarrlty of Euroka, is spend
ing tho holidays hore with Mr. and
Mrs.' Joseph Hammer.
Mrs. Odcll Thomas of Salt Lako, !
vetting hero with hor paronts, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Scoroy.
Mr. and Mrs. .Aiubroso Farthlngham
of Eureka, nro visiting with Lohl rela
tives nnd friends this weok.
Tho baby of Mr, nnd Mrs. Vorno
Larsen undorwont a minor operation
nt tho local hospital Tuesday.
Miss I'ansy Calsford of Salt Lake Is
1 spondlng tho wook at homo with hor
jp5 mothor, Mrs. Ooorgo M. Qaisford.
! Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stcolo of
rl Amorlcan Fork, woro guests of Mr.
i a and Mrs. D, w! Drown Monday.
k Air. and Mrs. Frank Dovoy and
family spent -Xmas In Provo, with
f ft Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Dovoy, Jr.
!m Miss Lonoro Walkor of Salt Lako,
Is spondlng tho Christmas holidays
'& horo with rolatlvos nnd frlonds.
j n Ilalph Hutchlngs, Wallaco Sorenson,
L and Carlos Contos, who aro omnloyod
r at l'ark City, spent Christmas hero
I: with .rolatlvos.
r Mrs. Mltcholl Davis was visiting In
tv. American Fork tho foropart of tho
' weok with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A William King.
t Mrs. Violet Droadbont, now of
( Ogden, Is spondlng tho holidays horo
, ' with hor pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. Felix
I Miss Allco Scoroy, now of Salt
IB Lake, Is spending tho holidays horo
ft with hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
M Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Darnoy havo
111 roturnod homo from Drlgham City,
Km aftor spondlng tho past sovoral
fin months thoro.
i'BJ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dradshaw of
I I Mngrath, Canada, arrived In Lohl last
ll h weok, nnd will spend, tho romalndor of
I' tho winter horo with rolatlvos.
I t Dr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Worlton enter-
I ., toinod at a family Christmas dlnnor.
1 ' j Tho guests were: Dr, nnd Mrs. W.
I L, Worlton, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. D. Wort
ft ( ton, and Mr, nnd Mrs. Herbert Austin.
I I Tho Missps Aroma Goodwin, Pearl
Southwlck, Lavorn Klrkhnm and Eula
Evans ontortalnod nt a shower Friday
ovenlng at tho homo of MIsb Good
11 win In honor of Mrs. Hay Strong. A
II rod nnd green color scheme was
if carried throughout tho rooms und ro
ll froshments. Many boautlful and uso
ll ful prosonts woro rocolvod by tho now
All tltho payors aro oxpoctod to
attond titling sottlomont In each of
tholr rospoctlvo wards on Thursdny,
Docombor 28. Every mombor should
be a tltho payor.' Is ypur name on
Ml I trIsh-Amrrlcan.
HH "111 toll you what I know," said an
RlSi excited old woman as sho took tho
HH ' witness tand in a Topeltn covin tho
MpJ other day. "I ain't a liar nor n Una-
VJD, slan or anything. I'm an American.
m Just watt till I get my Irish up." And
; from the manner In which her Irish
HljJ' carau up nnd stayed up. everybody
BpB' agreed she was an American, and n
H "very militant one. Kansas Cltj Star.
I? Queer Fate far Buzzard.
I A pair of turkey buzzards were fly
f lag over n town when they suddenly
alighted on the crow arm of n pole
i carrying the high tension wire run-
ntng from one power plnnt to another
f , town. In sumo manner they stretched
;,' their wings so that an electric circuit
1 was completed between one of the
(, wires and part of the metal frumo-
ji work of tho tower. They wcro In-
j stantly killed.
. . r
XJS. Taxpayers To
v Colloctor of internal Revenue Jaraos
H. Anderson issued a statoment to
day calling attention to tho faot ,tbat
tho U. 8. Treasury Department has
Just issued aj regulaton concerning
tho keeping of books by peoplo llablo
to U. S. rovenuo taxes, incomo and
otherwise. Tho rogulatlon roforred
to provides that:
"Every taxpayer carrying on tho
business of producing, manufacturing,
purciiaBlng or selling any commodit
ies or morcbandlso, except tho busi
ness of growing and selling products
of tho soil, etc., shall, for tho puposo
of dotormlnlng the amount of incomo
uuuor tho Rovenuo Act of 1921, kcop
suih permanont books of account or
records, Including Inventories, as aro
nocossary to establish tho amount of
gross Incomo and deductions, crodlts
and other Information required by nn
Incomo tax roturn. Tho taxpayer
shall produco such books of account
of records for tho Inspection of rovonuo
ofQcors duly authorized by law to in
spoct tho samo, at sudh tlmo and in
tho manner provided by law."
Tho only exception among produc
ers, manufacturers, or doalors In any
commodities or merchandise from
this roqulromont of kooplng perman
ent books of account or records, nro
farmors, gardenors, horticulturists,
etc., whoso business Is that combin
ing tho growing and soiling of pro
ducts of tho soil. Whllo tho growor
who also soils Is oxompt ns to his
own products, doalors In products of
tho soil othor than that grown by
thorn, must kcop pormancnt record.
'TIiIb requirement now bolng in
force, It Is advisablo for thoso com
ing within ILs provisions each to In
stall a Bystom of bookkooplng, from
January 1, 1922, and on. No olabor
nto system is roqulrod, but it should
bo sufllclontly In dotall to show ac
curately tho Incomo, outgo, and ox
ponso, from month to month, through
out tho year.
Derivation of April.
Authorities on dcrlvntlon of wordfl
stnto that the word April, tho name of
our fourth month, was derived from
tlm Lntln verb, "nperlo," I open, und
that the month was so nnmed because
It Is Um time when the buds of trrei
nnd flowers open. "If this were the
cns, It woultViunko April singular
niMtit tli" months, for the names of
norm f the rt, ns dasIgnaUd In
Latla, have any refurwne to natural
eemllUoiw or olrouinrttances."
In "Nicholas Nlcliloby." isie of
Dickens' best novels, occurs tho nntne,
Dothrhoyn hall. It Is the name of a
boarding school In tin north of Eng
taint, kepi li.v a hearties Jlln'n nnmed
Squecrs, n pliuv wlire boyw uvre tok
en In ami "ilone for." Sqnwrs sys
tem of niltion I'tuiMiHiiMl of nlternnte
bentliu; mill MiirvliiK. In Dickens'
time. It If Mild. Ktich Krlnio(H existed,
and his ncrmini nf tho one over which
8qiuvrs pitNiiliil did much :o bring
about their extln-tlou.
Too MUch to. Expect.
"I can't Huy tllsllVu Jones," snW
Snlbbllngs, "no, I can't siiy I illmlke
him; but It ain't In reason, considering
tho kind o' skunk lit Is ami what ri
dono to nio. It ain't humnn for mo t'
wish him any luck." Richmond Times-Dispatch.
N 8KELEY, FAMOUS IN THI8
OPECIALTV CALLED TO" PROVO.
F. H. Soeloy, of Chicago and Phlla
dolphla, tho noted truss export, will
personally bo at tho Roberts Hotel,
and will remain In 1'rovo Saturday
"illy, January 0. Mr. Sooloy says:
"Tho Spermatic Shlold will not only
retain any caso of rupturo porfoctly,
but contracts tho oponlug In 10 days
on tho nvorngo caso. This result of
footed during tho day tho ropnlr con
tinues of Itsolf throughout tho night
during sloop whllo nil strain Is remov
ed. Doing a vnst advancement over all
former methods exemplifying Inatnn
tnneoua orfocts lmraodlntoly npprocl
nblo and withstanding any strain or
position no matter tho slzo or location.
Largo or dllllcult caaos, or Incisional
ruptures (following operations) spe
cially solicited. This Instrument re
ceived tho only nnrd In Englnnd and
In Spnln. producing results wltjiout
surgory, Injectlonp. modlcnl treat
ments or proscriptions. Warning
All cases should be cautioned against
the use of any elastic or web truss
with understrnps, as same rest where
tho lump Is and not where the open
ing l, producing complications
necessltlng surgical operations. Mr.
Sooloy has documents from tho United
Stojes Govornmont, Washington, D.
C for inspection. Ho will bo glad to
domouatrato, without chargo or lit
thorn If doslrod. Duslnoss doraands
provont stopping at any othor place
In this soctlon.
P. 8.- Every statement In this notice
fjns been Verified before the Federal
and State Courts. F. H. Seeley.
Homo Ofllco. 117 N. Dearborn St.
L ,... .,-, miiiMrii
Leadership Week An
nounced For January 22-25
Tho annual Leadership Week at tho
Drlgham Young university has been
announced by tho Extension Division
for January 22-25. This Is a weok de
voted to intcnslvo leadership training
In such departments as tho following:
Doy Scout and Doehlvo work: Priest
hood quorum work; Rollcf Socloty;
Genealogy; Sunday School; M. I. A.;
Primary; Rollglon Class; Presiding
nnd Public Spoaking; Health Work;
Pageantry; Social and Recreational
Leadership; Homo-making; Music;
Tcncher training; nnd Agriculture.
Dopartmontal sessions aro held
oach morning, and to some extent In
tho afternoon. Ono gonoral session
Is hold each day, where noted speak
ers address tho convention as a
wholo. Thoro is dally social hour,
and a free ontortalnmont by tho best
talent available In tho ovenlng. Tho
general public is invltod by tho unl
vorslty to attend, but a special in
vitation ia extended to thoso who aro
dlroctly concernod with tho various
phases of community Ioadorshlp in
dicated by tho dopartmonts. Tho
registration is freo.
Out Of The Gloom
Many a Gloomy Countenance In Lent
Now Lightens with Happiness.
A bad back makes you gloomy.
Can't bo happy with continual back
ache. The aches and pains of a bad back
Aro frequently duo to weak kid
noys. Doan's Kldnoy Pills aro rocommond
pd for weak kldnoys.
So Lohl citlzons testify.
Mrs. John C. Wilson, E. Main St.,
Lohl, says: "My kldnoys acted too
freoly and I was troubled with pains
through my back. Thoro was a hoavy,
dull acho across my kldnoys and I
had dizzy spoils and sovero head
nchos. I used two boxes of Doan'a
Kldnoy Pills and thoy helped mo lino.
I always tako Doan's when I need a'
good kldnoy romody."
Prlco 00c, at all doalors. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy romody got
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho samo that
Mrs. Wilson had. Fostor-MUburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. adv.
One Sunday murnirg IK-nry Wtrd
Beechcr, when he returned humo t.'om
church, threw hlmseli on the lounge,
and said In a tone of deep d ejection:
"I believe that was tlto worst senuon
I over preached." Ono of his dutxh
tcrs protested (hut she hud Belli) in
heard him wUen he wus more rntr
gctlc "Oh. y-s," said the grcnt prt tidi
er, "when I haven't anything to t-uy I
always holler." llosron Transit! jt.
Nnmo of corporation, Lohl Irri
gation Co.; leutinn of principal place
of business, Lohl City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are delinquent upon the following de
scribed stock on account of assess
fnont levied on tho 8th day of Novem
ber, 1922, tho sovoral amounts sot
opposlto tho names of tho rospoctlvo
shareholders, as follows:
List of Delinquent Taxes, December
Nivnio Shares Ain't:
Andernon, Abo l $ i.;5
Andrenson, Josoph 31 38.75
Austin, Parley .. 4 5.00
Anderson, Nolslna . 29Vi 107.17
Anderson, Hyrum . 13 10.25
Austin. Mrs". Wm $ ,C3
Alplno School District.-. 8 43.07
Ashton, Wnrron ..i 5 0.25
Ashton, Aldura 0 0.25
llushmnn, John .... l 1,25
Drown, R. W. Sr.. 4 5.00
Dnrnes, Josoph . ic 20.00
Uono. Win. Est 71 88.75
Drown, Jnmos 19 23.75
Dlrd, Loo. It. 3.8 4.75
Dushman, W. A 0 27.00
Drynnt, James .. 2 2.50
Done. John Jr. 9 33.93
DreniB, Krantz 1 1.25
Drown, John .. 20.1 47.04
llroms, F. A,.. 5 18.85
Dutt, J. N 27 49.95
Dorry, Sarah l 1.25
Hall, Mrs. Robert,. . 2 2.50
Dock Molvln 1 3.77
Dakar. M. X 2.2 10.83
Hnrnhnrt. J. L 6 c.25
Darnes, Sarah M.;. 2 2,60
Clark, Asa . 2 7.54
Chrlstofforson, Annlo .. 0 22.02
CInrk. W. W-.....U kru. i4sr.;i
Collodgo, E. J.. r 17 93.00
Chilton. J. W 20.7 70.47
Child. G. N. 2 3.13
Oednrstrom. Thor 1 3.77
Vox. Edward . - 8 10.00
Collodgo. Thomas , . iq 70.40
Chrlstofforson, A. P.. 29.3 3G.02
Clayton. Archie ft ,03
Collodgo. E. I c c.25
Colledgo, Charles u- 20.3 25.37
ChrlstolTerson, L. O 75 28.28
Clark J'nry Jano 1 1.25
Cox. Edward. Jr. 5 0.88
Carson, David 1 3.37
Child. J. J 2 2.50
Comer. H. C , 2 0 07
Crnhb. Chnrlos .. 14 1750
Darling, Wnlter l I'jg
Darling, Amelia 1 125
PJvIb. I. M .... x BiBC
Dorton. William 2 313
Dorton, Chnrlos 4 500
Evans, KdltJ, 7 28.2S
Evans Hortonw 5 JS.86
Wlsworth, German c.3 CU4
Ito. W 25 3L26
EViTnsGuy (Malon) 2 2.50 '
Evnna, Georgo, Holm 2 2.60
Evans. W. E p 1 2.60
Evuns, Hyrum J 2.2 9.16 '
Evans, Hyrum a...- 1 1.25 I
Evans, W. S. .-.. 25.0 155.02 I
Edwards, J. W. 18 147.40
Edwards, C.C 1 1.25 .
Erlckson, Henry 1 E.OO
Evnns, Martha G. 7 44.43
Evans, Ruel VA 28.28 j
Evnns, Noblo . .G3
Evnns. Anron 10 37.70 I
Evnns, Edith D 0 22.02 1
East Annlo (S. R. :
Manning) . - 10 12.50 '
FJoId, Andrew 2 7.50 !
Fox, Annlo L 1 1.25 '
Fox, Alfrod M 4 5.00 ;
Fox, I. W. 20.4 25.60 ;
Fox. I. William H 7 9.38 :
Fisher, Lois 7-10 .87 I
Gray, W. F. v--..M - .03 :
Gray, James G. ...... 12 15.00
Gray, C. D 1 1.25
Gray. W. S 19 23.75
Gurney, Mary .......... . 10 12.50
Goodwin, S. I ........ 6 68.03
Ounthor, Carl F. 14 53.78
Goodwin, John . .. 2 2.50
Gray, Ethol R 2 250
Gardner, J. H. 2 7.54
Gurney, Oscar ......... 5 6.25
Giles, Ryloy 1 1.25
Hatfield, William 9 11.88
Hanten, Chris ... 1 3.77
Homo Inv. Co. (F. W.
Klrkhnm) 9 11.25
Herron, Charles ........ 2 3.13 :
Hopkins, W. N. 2 2.60 :
Hopkins, A. D. 2 2.50 '
Hutchlngs, Samuol ........ 1 1.25 '
Henson, Llon,ol ....... 2 2.50 :
Holmstoad, Oscar .... l 1.25 :
Hnlmstend, Clarenco .... 1 1.25
Johnson, N. P 3 3.75 :
Jackson, J. F... 9.3 11.02 :
Jones, E. M 4 E.OO :
Johnson, Melvln 23 28.75
JncobB, Andrew ..r 1 1.25 I
Johiuon, C. L l 1.25
Johnson, Sarah J . 17 27.25
Knrren, William .. 1 1.88
Klrkhnm, T. F... 2 2.50
Knudson, Gllbort 27 33.75 I
Klndor, Robert ...... 10 20.00
Lewis, Henry 50 02.50
Lossce, Lyman 7' 8.75
Larson. Mrs. Potor 17 21.25
Lott, Sarin 1 i.25
Larson, Edward 7-10 .87
Lundstrom, A. G. Trustee 10.8 21.00
Manning, S. R .:. 8 10.00
Morrill. Fred ... ........ l 1.25
Mitchell, D. R 1 1.25
Moiling, Jnmos 1 1.25
McDonald, Clarenco ........ 12 15.00
Olson, C. M 2 2.50
Potorson, Roso G 12 15.00
Peterson, A. A.. 34.3 42.87
Peterson, David 1 1.88
Poterson, Mary Cox 4 " 5.00
Potorson, Chns. A. M 1 1.25
Peterson, Andrew 35 44.38
Peterson, William 18.7 i23.37
Potorson, A. William v. 3 3.75
Roborts, Estor .03
Rcoves, Clarenco .. 15 18.75
Reovos, F. A. 10.7 04.09
Roovos, S. H 3 10.80
Robinson, Sarah 13 10.25
Ross, J. E 2 2.50
Russon, Enoch ... ..... 12.7 60.05'
' Ross, S. W M,.. 5 44.93
Russon, Reuben 2 2.60
Roberts, D. D 22 27.60
Rotho, Ernest l 1.25
Russon, L, A . 1017' -13.37
Southwlck, W. E . 8 10.00
Stoker, Harry 1 1.88
Southwlck. Georgo F 14 17.50
Smith, Hyrum 43 80.51
Smith, Chester M 9 11.25
Sunderland. William 9.2 11.50
Scown, Harry .. 23 28.75
Smith, Earl 18.2 22.75
Smith, John S. 28 35.00
Schow, A. C 2 2.50
Soranson, Annlo E .. 2 2.50
Stownrt, Roso Young,
Admx : 18' 57.19
Schow, Harrow l 1.25
Smith, Dasll A. 9 11.25
Taylor, Samuel 2 2.50
Taylor, Chnrlos l 1.25
Turner, Charles 5 0.25
Taylor, Leon 2 2.50
Timothy, Roso 3 3.75
Udull, Mnud 8 10.03
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co 30.8 47.50
Vnrnoy, Roso D 1 1,25
Winn, W. II. Est 25 31.25
Worlton, R. D.. 2 2.50
Wells, S. L 3 18.17
Woodhouso, M. G... l 1,25
Wanlass, Joseph . 1 1.25
Wanlass) A ,G3
Winn. Stnnloy 1. 1.25
Webb, J. W 21 20.25
Wells, Samuel 2 2.50
Winn, Mary o 7.50
Woolston, Mrs. J. H 11.4 14.25
Wllaon, William 1 1.25
Winn, Hnnnalr 1 1.25
Wing, Goo. F. 3 3.75
Wobb, Jonnlo 1 1,25
Yntos, A. L 1 t.25
Yntos, John E .... 17.2 22,37
Zimmerman, Dora . 1 i.rs
Zlmmormnn, Georgo 12 15.00
Zimmerman, John l 1.25
Adams, P. I 42.G 110.45
Dnrrott, Ornco . 20.4 82.50
Durgoss, G. E.... c 35.02
Deuollclnl Life Insurance
Company 42.1 43.30
Dock, J. S. Est 79.2 472.40
Dlnns. Thomas 9,8 35,80
Clearllold Orchard Co. 43.2 255.12
Cox, Waltor 18.4 04.92
Dunchlo, Ernest 10 35.50
Day, O. C g 24.30
Granes, jane 24 85.20
Gibbons Roalty Co 25 90 31
Horiloy, Richard .."... 10.4 5971
Hoaley, Frank nnd Fred 8 5431
Honloy, JC. and R. Y. 31 173.12
Jenson, Cyrus 12 43.10
Jnmos, Mary E. 12 42 00
Little, J. Z 14.4 126.50
Moylo. John .... 30.G 213 00
Strasburg, H. L. 1 1.03
Shlploy, W. J 36 127 SO
Vanco, J. W. 4 14 o0
Whitley, Cnrdolla 24.4 8702
Whltloy, Alvln 35.8 83.05
In accordance with law and nn
ordor of tho Doard of Dirootors made
on tho 8th day of Novembor, 1922, so
many shnros or each parcel of such
stock as may bo nocessary, will bo
sold at Lohl City Memorial building,
on tho Cth day of January, at 2 p. m.,
to pay tho dollnquont assessment
thereon togother with tho cost of
advertising and expense of salo.
w . n M.J.K CUTLE". Secretary.
First Publication Docombor 28, 1922.1
mSSmmKimWKmik inn- "f
Thursday, December 28. 1922 I
About COO.OOO persons are arrested
In England nnd Wales nnnunlly. The
proportion in comparison with arrests
In American largo cities la small.
Nobody Envies n Dead Man. I
Everybody envies tho mnn who is c
going to die rich, but tho moment ho I
Is dend everybody censes to envy him. I
Customers-ratrons ! lo
and Friends I
IAY THE NEW YEAR 1923 ;
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