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TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 0CHRE1 iH
i THE IMPROVEMENT
AMAZES
FRIENDS
LOOKING AFTER A SIXTY-TWO
room.ijousk NO TASK TO
k MRS. LA PLANT NOW
T f- :
"All my frlcnda know and can toll
x 'you that for a Ions time I was al
most a nervous wreck, and thla Tan
las has made such a wonderful
change In my condition that they are
simply amazed at my improvement,''
said Mrs. Ella La Plant, who con
ducts a large rooming houao at 412
Puyallup Avenue, Tacoma, Washing
ton, the other day.
"For the laBt twelve years,' she
continued, "I had been in a terribly
uindown condition and during that
whole time hardly a day passed that
I didn't suffer from awful headaches.
' I had no appetite at all and what
little I forced down would ferment
in my stomach and distress mo for
hours. My kidneys were out of or
der and worried mo night and day
and my1 nerves were stf'unBtrung that
after going to bed, any llttlo sound,
even the rustling of a newspaper,
would wake me with a start and It
would be some time before I could
Ujtfpp off to sleep again; I had a
very largo house to look, after and
I was so weak and miserable that a
couplo of hours work would exhaust
me so that I would just have to quit
for tho re,st -of the day. Thjo fact
Is, loss of sleep and. lack of-nourlah-ment
had dndermlned . my nervous
system and I was Just wearing my
self put. 4 Vi
"I spent all the monoy I, had on
medicines and treatments that did
me no good and I had about given
up hope ofj ever getting, well when I
began to read about tho good Tanlac
was doing others and I thought I
might as well try It. Well.islr, the
way I t:gan to pick' up right after
starting on It, surprised' even me,
for after experience with other medi
cines I did not expcot such quick re
sults. My appetite Is Just fine too
fine, the way prices are now for I
feet hungry most all the time. My
kidneys dont worry me at all now,
and I am rid of that terrible back
ache at last. Those awful headaches
are all gono, too, which Is a grand
relief, besides I sleep all night Hko
a child and feel so strong and rest
ed when I get up In the- mornings
that I don't mind at all tho workl
have to do In looking after a sixty
two room house full of people. My
ML father Is now taking Tanlac and says
W Is Just feeling flno."
Tanlac Is sold In Logan by the
City Drug Co.; In Wollsyllle'by the
WcllsvlUe Drug Co.; in Smithfleld
by niter Brothers Drug Co.; In Hy
rum by Hyrutn Drug Co.; In Rich
a tnond by A. A. Thomas, and In Lew-
mt Iston by Lewlston Drug Co. Adv
r Buttorwrappora at this ofllce.
8mtws
ftJtJLL9
f Keep the stomach well,
s the liver active, the bowels
regular, and the ' breath
will be sweet and healthy.
But let poisons accumu-
Jrfte in the digestive organs,
0te system becomes clogged,
' gases form in the stomach
and affect the breath.
Correct
these conditions with'
Beecham's Pills. They
promptly regulate the bodi
ly functions and are a quick
remedy for sour stomach and
Bad Breath
UriMt SaU oi AaAU'dUb la li Woriit,
StMmimfUn, I Bs,, 10c, 23c
TAXEXEMPTIONON
LIBERTY BONDS,
VICTORYNOTES
Liberty Bonds and Victory notes.
Issued under authority of th Acts of
Congress approved April 24, 1017,
September 24, 1917, April 4, 1918,1
July 9, 1918, September 24, 1918, (
and March 3, 1919, are entitled, re
spectively to the exemptions from
taxation set forth In said acts, from
which tho statements on this page are
summarized and to which they are
subject.
Four per cent and 4?4 per cent
bonds are exempt from all federal,
state and local taxation .except (a)
estate or Inheritance taxes, and (b)
federal Income surtaxes and profits
taxes, as follows:
First Liberty Loan converted 4
per cent bonds of 1932-1947 (first
4s.) First Liberty Loan converted
4 U Per cent onds of 1932-1947
(first 4 Us, issue of May 9, 1918.
First Liberty Loan Second converted
4 Y per cent bonds of 1923-1947
(first 4s, tsauo of October 24,
1918.) , Second Liberty Loan 4 per
cent bonds of 1927-1942 (second 4s)
Second Liberty Loan converted 4
percent bonds.or 1027-1942 (second
4 Us. Third Liberty Loan 4$ per
cent bonds of 1928 (third 4s.)
Fourth Liberty Loan 4 VI per cent
bonds or 1933-1938") fourth 4 Us)
Victory Liberty Loan 4 per cent
convertible gold notes of 1922-1923
(4 per cent Victory notes.) are ex
empt both as to principal 'and'lnter
est from all taxation nowWr hereaf
ter Imposed oy the United Skates, any
stato or any of the posscssfons of the
United States, or by any local taxing
authority, except (a) estate or Inher
itance taxes, and (b) graduated ad
ditional Income taxes, commonly
known as surtaxes, and excess profits
and war profits taxes, now or here
after Imposed by the United States,
upon tho income or profits of Indivi
duals, partnerships, associations or
corporations.
, Four per cent and 4 U per cent
bonds are entitled to limited exemp
tions from federal Income surtaxes
and profits taxes, as follows:
Four per cent and 4 per cent Li
berty bonds (but not 4 per cent
Victory notes) are entitled to certain
limited exemptions from graduated
additional Income taxes, commonly
known as surtaxes and excess profits
and war profits taxes now or hereaf
ter Imposed by tho United States, up
on tho Income or profits of Indivi
duals, partnerships, associations or
corporations In respect to tho Inter
est on principal amounts thereof, as
follows.
Five thousand dollars in the aggre
gate of first 4s, (Issue of May 9 and
October 21, 1918.) Second 4s and
4 Us, third 4U, fourth 4 Us, treas
ury and war savings certificate"!.
30,000 of first 41-4, Issue or Octobor
24, 1918 only,) until tho expiration
of two years after the termination of
tho war, 30,000 of fourth 4 l-4s, un
til tho ovplratlon of two years after
the termination of tho war. 30,000
In ho aggregate of first 4s, first 4 Us
(Issues of May 9 and October 24,
1918), second 4s and 4 Us, third 4 Us
and fourth 4 Us, as to the Intorest
lecolved on on and after January 1,
1919, until tho expiration of five
years after tho termination of tho
war.
Forty-flvo thousand In tho aggre
gate or first 4s, first 4 l-2s (Issuo of
May 9, 1918 only), second 4s ad
4 l4s and third I l-4 as to tho
Intorest received attor January 1,
1918, until the expiration ot two
years after tho termination of tho
war; this exomptlon conditional on
original subscrltpoln to, and contin
ued holding at the date of tho tax
return of, two-thirds as many bonds
of ho fourth liberty loan.
Twonty thousand In tho aggregate
of first 4s, first 4 l-4s (Issues ot
May 9 and October 24, 1918), sec
ond 4s and 4 l-4s, third 4 l-4s and
fourth 4 l-4s, as to Interest received
on and after January 1, 1919; this
s
1 i
exemption conditional upon original
subscription to and continued hold
ing at tho date of the tax return of.
one third as many notes of the Vic
tory Llborty Loan and exteudlng
through the life ot such notes of the
Victory Liberty Loan.
Total, $160,000 possiblo exemp
tions from federal Income surtaxes
and profit taxes, subject to condi
tions above summarized.
Three and a halt per cent bonds
and 3 3-4 per cent notes are exempt
from all fderal, state and local taxa
tlon, except state or Inheritance tax
es ,as follows:
First Llborty Loan, 3 1-2 pec. cent
bonds of 1932-1947. Victory Liber
ty Loan 3 3-4 per cent convortlblo
gold notes ot 1922-1923, are exempt
obth as to principal and interest,
from all taxation (except estate or
inheritance axes) now or horcatter
lmposced by the United States, any
state, or any possessions of tho Unit
ed States or by any local taxing auth
ority. .
LIFT CORNS' OR
CALLUSES OFF
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
I Ji it
V ffYJf
Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of
Free-one costs but a few cents at any
drug store. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" ou bot
tom of feet, then lift them off.
"When Frecrone removes corns from the
Iocs or calluses from the bottom of feet,
the skin beneath is left pink and healthy
and never sore, tender or Irritated.
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"OASOAHETB" WORK
"WHILE YOU BLEW
Par tick Haadacht, Sour Stomach,
Sluggish Liver and Bowsfa -Taka
Cascarata tonight
Purred Tongue, Bad Taste, Iadlge
tton, Sallow Skin and Miserable Hood
aehoa come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause your st ,m--cli
to become filled with undigested
food, whloh loura and fements kjcc gar
bage In a awlll barrel. 1 hat's th first
step to untold misery Indigestion, h.ul
floaes, bad breath, yellow skin, mental
fears, everything that Is horrible and
nauseating. A Cascaret to-night will
ghe your constipated bowels a thorough
cleansing and straighten you out 1
morning. They work while you sleep
a 10-ccnt box from your druggist wll'
keep you feeling good for months.
St. Helena the Good,
St. Helena according to n rolonlnl
report, appears to huve no ral crim
inal. Stone-throwing, by night was for
a phnrt period the most prions of
fense. Lust year no person was com
mitted for trlul; 101 out i'f '210 mini
innry cases came under the education
road tux, uml poor law ordinances niul
77 1 1 1 Jul ruses were dealt with by the
police without bringing them to court
Tluee Instances nf flogging lire record
wl, under ithu Juvenile smoking ordinance.
CAUSE OF HEA'OAGHES
I
I)y knowing tile cause, a disease
may often bo avoided. This Is par
ticularly true of headache. Tho most
common causo ot hcadacho Is a disor
dered stomach or constipation, which
may bo cbrioc'ed by taking a few
dosos of Chan.lioilnln'a Tablets. Try
It. Many others hnvo obtnlndd per
manent relict by taking theso tab
lets. They are easy to tak' and mild
and gontlo In effect. Adv-C-1
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Putting Off tho Dark Moment
Hubert hud been nnivlng home Into
from school. At noontime his mother
told Mill If be repented tho olTciixo she
would punish him. When he camo
!mim thot evening It wiih live o'clock
find Mipper wiik ready. Upon Heelng
his mother he thought he might coerce
her into forgetting, and wild, "Miiuimn,
I is nearly sinned let's eat first and
talk business Inter."
Optimistic Thought
He who knows nothing knows enough
If he knows when to be silent
U.S. Tires Are
Good Tires
I was much pleaccd with the ad
vertisement of automobtto tires I saw
the othor day. I had been passing
many enormous board notices, gaudy
In hue, striking In design, and each
claiming superlativo merit for their
tires. "Buy Llveforever tires) They
last like steel!" "Use Rockaway
tires. No othor rides so smoothly!"
"You'll como to No Plus Ultra tlresi
Don't wait!" "Tho Bcstofall tiro!
Nothing like It!" So tho shrieking
advertisements vibrated through tho
landscape.
Then I saw thu quiet announce
ment, "Smith tires aro good tires."
Just that. You can't imaglno how
restful It was. Immediately a sense
of solid satlsractlon camo over mo.
Good tires. No need to bluster and
howl. No need to ransack the dic
tionary for supcilatlvcs. No need to
run down competitors. Smith tires
aro good tires. 1 wauled to buy soma
at once. Those are the tires for mo
honcerorth: "Clood Tires." .That Is
tho acme or advertising.
Ah, 'when will people learn tho do
Uvlous value or quiet, self respecting
simplicity? From Christian Endea
vor World.
I
NEW WOODTITE PRODUCT
4
Tho Woodtlto Laboratories havo
added another unlversully. needed
product to their already famous list
of auto accessqrles. It Is Carpet
Voneer,au economical and effective
cleaner qt floor coverings, Carpet
Veneer,- llko Spottlte and Toptlte, Is
guaranteed to do all, that Is claimed
for It. It certulnly does clean and
restore the original lustre without
Injury to the fabric, and Is there
fore as much a necessity In the house
as In the garnre.
f
I. ' '
More Building Go
; ing On at U. A. C.
Bids were opened at Logau nu May
10th by the Building comtuHtro ot
the obard of trustees of tho Utah Ag
ricultural College ror the completim
ot the Agricultural Englneei'.ng lurid
Ing and ror the construction ot a new
horse barn. The agricultural cimii
curing building was construe . d to
servo as a barracks for stideu tnl
dlors in training at the college. The
armistice was signed before thu build
Ing was used ror this purpose Its'
early completion will make this build
Ing available for class room usu thu
coming fall. It Is a largo three stoiy
brlck structure, admirably adapte 1
for use of tho home of the School ot
Agrlcultuinl Engineering.
The now horse barn will replacp
the old barn now being torn down.
It. will bo model In all respects.
Understanding Each Other.
Those who fancy theiiixclveH not un
derstood by thy people with whom they
havo to associate might llml Mime con
solation In the fart that they them
W'lvi' nre not taking liny great trouble
to understand others. We are really
not so complex or peculiar as nc otten
lmnglue, and perhaps we are not
worth so much study us we demand.
Exchange.
News In the "Ads."
A well-written ndvertlKement Is nl
wii) ill"" a ni'WH Item. It tells what,
where uml for how much. It Is tho nil
veitlser who spenkK and It Is the rend
er who gets tho messngi'. It ! glad
Hewn for biith. Them Ih pleasure in
knowing tlml you can part with some
thing to tmpply niinlhcr'H need. Just
as It Is a pleasure to know where you
ciin get something thai Is much de
sired. Columbus Dispatch.
Intentions Count fr Little.
To be always Intending to live a
new life, but nover to "find time, to net
about It. Is nsf If a man should put
off filling and drinking and sleeping
from one day and night In another, till
ho Is starved and destroyed. Tlllot
&on. i
l'XMl A SPHAINICII ANKLK
As soon .is possible after tho In
Jury Is received get a bottlo of Cham
borlaln's Liniment and follow tho
plain printed directions which accom
pany tho bottlo. Adv-6-1
)
tlelleves Pain of Sting.
Tho Savoyards rub a crushed dovo
of garlic upon a spot that has been
stung by a wasp or bee. This makes
tho swelling go down and drives away
the pain.
On Cow to Thirteen Ptspl.
, Throughout Enxland there Is one
cow to every tblrteeu people, says Mr.
3. A. Greene, a divisional food com
missioner. AllOCT UHKUMATIHM
llhcumntlsm causes mure pain nud
sufreilng than any other disease, ror
tho reason that It Is tho most com
mon or all Ills, .and It Is certainly
gratifying to sufferers to kuow that
thero Is a remedy that will afford re
lief and mnko rest and sleep possiblo.
It is called Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Adv-C-1
NOTICK OF 81'KCIAL UOXD ELKO.
TlOX, TOWN OF MILLVILLK,
CACHE COUNT
UTAH
Whereas, tho genoral welfare oi
the Inhabitants or tho Town or Mill
ville, Cacho County, Utah, requires
Uiat an electric light Bystcm bo built
and constructed within said town foi
tho distribution among Its Inhabi
tants of electric current for light,
heat and power ;and
Whereas, the Board of Trustee or
Mlllvlllo Town has determined that
thero Ih an Inunedlnto and pressing
need tor raising funds for tho pur
pose of building and constructing
Buch eloctrlc light system, th6 samo
to bo owned and controlled by said
municipality .and said board having
ordered that a special election bo
held fpr the purposo ot voting upon
tho issuance ot bonds to bo sold tor
the purposo ot raising funds 'to ba
used In said cnstructlon and Installa
tion of said system.
Now Therefore, notice Is hereby
given that ou Tuesday, the 27th day
of May, 1010, a special election will
bo, held within the 'corporate limits
of sal adtown ot Mlllvlllo, Cacho
County, Utah, for the purpose ot
submitting to such qualified electors
of said town bb shall have paid a
property tax therein In the year pre-,
cecdlng such election, tho following
question and proposition, to-wlt:
"Shall bonds of Mlllvlllo town,
Cacho County, Utah, In tho BUtn ot
not to exceed Eight Thousand dol
lars ($8,000.00), pnyablo In not to
exceed twenty (20) years from tho
dato of their Issuance ,wlth tho op
tion to pay at tho expiration of ten
(10) years, and bearing Interest at
tho rate of not to exceed six per
cont per annum, lutciost payablo
Boml-annually, be Issued and sold
for tho purposo of raising funds to
'bo used lu constructing and Installing
an clcctt Ic light system within tho
corporato llmlta ot Mlllvlllo town,
and consisting of poles, wires, meters
and othor oqulpment and nppllancen
to bo used. In (ho distribution of ol
cctrlc current among tho Inhabitants
of said town for light, heat and pow
er, said lighting system to bo owned
and controlled by said municipality."
At said election the form ot ballot
shall bo Insubstantially as follows:
For tho Issuanco or Elec-
tile Light Bonds. YES
Against the Issuaiico or El-
ectrlc Light Bonds. NO
i
At said election tho polls shall bo ,
open at 7 o'clock a. m. and closo at
7 o'clock p. m.
Tho voting or polling place In said
town ror said election or all qualified
electois shall bo at Mlllvlllo Mooting
houso and tho samo 1b hereby desig
nated and established as tho ofllclal
polling place.
By older ot tho Boaid or Tiusteos
or Mlllvllle town, Cache County,
Utah. V
Dated at Mlllvllle, Cacho County,
Utah, this 21st day ot April, 1019.
By CHARLES ANDEItSON,
President Board of Trustee)
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1 ljH
ATTEST: H
(SEAL J. W. E. SCOTT, V
Prcsldonl Board ot Trustees. ?sB
Adv-6-27 jB
LEGAL NOTICES fl
Consult The County Clerk g
Or Tho Rcspcctive'Signers
'For Further Information H
Probate And Guardianship - H
Notices ijSH
m
NOTICK OF FINAL MKKTINO OF !
CUKDITOIIS P3J
IN THK DISTUICT COUIIT OF THE JJ
UNITED STATES IN AND FOIt Hfl
THE a DISTUICT OF UTAH, HE- jB
KOBE S. T. COIt.V, HEFKHEH WEL
I.V UANKUUITOV NO. 8301 1
lu the Matter ot Joseph It. Janes, !
a bankrupt. '&
To tho creditors or Joseph It. iH
ibJJIJji
Janes, a bankrupt, ot Provldoncc, In H
tho County ot Cache, nud Dlsrtlct . H
aforesaid. H
Notice is hereby given that tho H
Final Meeting ot tho Creditors of the H
above named bankrupt will be held H
a', tny olllcc, rooms 300-310 FlrBt Na. H
tlonal Bank Building, Ogdcn City. j
Utah, on tho 8th day ot May, A. D.' H
1010, at 10:30 o'clock In tho foro- H
' noon, at which time tho creditors H
1 may attend, hear the report ot tho H
ttustco and transact such other bust- , H
' ucbs as may properly como boforo' H
' said meeting. H
Ogdcn, Utah, May 1, 1919.' r M
3. T. CORN, ,, , H
Adv. Refcrea lu Bankruptcy. H
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NOTICE TO CKEDrrOHS ",? " M
sH
'Estate of Frank O. Ounnell, Do- l
ceased: v H
Creditors will present claims with ' ' H
vouchers to tho undersigned at her H
rcsldonco Id'Wellsvlllo, Cacho Coun- H
ty, Stato' ot Utah, on or boforo tho
24th day ot June, A. D. 1910. ' ,M
Dato ot first publication April 22, H
ELSIE HAWKES'OUNNELL, H
Administratrix. M
TIIATCilER fe BOWEN. H
Attorneys. Adv-5-27 H
NOTICK TO CREDITORS H
Estate of William Budge, Deceased. M
Creditors will present claims with M
vouchers to tho undersigned at his H
office, Commercial Block, Logan, B
'Utah, on or beforo the 25th day of 11
'August, A. D 1919. H
Date of first publication April 22, M
J . H
DAVID C. BUDGE, H
Executor. M
THATCHER & BOWEN H
Attorneys Adv-5-27 M
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS H
,I. Till': DISTRICT COURT OK THK H
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF H
THE STATE OP' UTAH, IN AND fl
FOR THE COUNTY OF CACHE. H
In tho Matter of tho Estate ot Carl H
,W. Hanson, Deceased. fl
I Crcditois will present claims With M
voucheru to tho undorslgned at his fl
place of rcsldonco In Smithfleld, H
Cacho County, Utah, ou or beforo M
tho 4th day of July, 1019. H
Data or rirst publication May 3, B
1019. S
JOSEPH W. PETERSON. , i
Administrator. 'ti?
A. A. LAW, U
Attorney for Said Estate. Adv-5-31 S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS flj
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE WH
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF '3b
THE STATE OF UTAH, IN AND &j
FOR THE COUNTY OF CACHE. jg
lu the Mattoi of tho Estate of E3
David D. Davis, Deceased. AMI
Creditors will present claims with mto
vouchers to the undorBlgnetl at her wll
residence at Logan, Utah, on or bo- Em
fore July 12, 1910. u
Dato of first publication May, G, ( Gjj
1010. ' v ' . l&
MARY D, SORENSON,' a g
Administratrix f. mf
ASA BULLEN, Wk
Attornoy. .-jfi Adv-0-10 '
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