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(((V PAGE FOUR t!-'-' '"" ir THE LOGAN ftEPUBLICAN TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919 H - & I J LOCAL NEWS Hi Phono AMMO H I 101 Block H ; LKTreseder D.w hir8P8a8to h! j , Hi ' Hj j Mr. 1'oter T. Peterson, n former Hj resident ot Lognn, but who (or tho i c pant tow years has been living In H' . Ilozburg, Idaho, died nt Ills homo H 8 thcro on Saturday of heart trouble H J Dr. F. O. Ruynolds will lecture on H V Safeguarding tho Eyo, Ear, Noso and 1 j Tiirout at community centor on H ,, Thursday afternoon ut 4 o'clock. Ev- H fl nryono Is Invited to attend this worth B !, whllo lecture. 6-14 ; If . H, J i 0 A b t . ft B t For Best Results Bee S G..L. OHADWICIK - ' Chiropractor I j ArimoBlk Phone 80 1 . 10-11, 2-4, 6:30-7:30 I , Hours Mj jj All high school Dtudonta must call H I for their amph'lohs suro on Tuesday Hj betwoen tho hours' of 4 and C. H j, 'l - Holfor for salo at 691 North Soc- Hf it and west. Adv-C-14 Ii Mr. and Mrs. WAn. Qnodsell an Jiounco tho engagement ot tholr Jaughtor Gouova to Elmei O. Dohus of this city, Oio; ninrrlngo to tako ., 3lnco In tho very near future. r- - H A flno baby boy arrived at tho H Jionio or Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Skld- H .iioro on Sunday night. Mother nml H -hild aro doing nicely. WM. ELI HAWKINS Chiropractor ' Office Phone ? 420 S. Main G37-J H H j rMr. J. II. Edwards, agency innnnR- H t of tho Intormountaln Llfo Insur- H . utneo company is hero fixing up n H Jcal ngunoy contract with Mr. Sam- H ; ucl Weston. H Mr. and Mrs. Moso Lewis of Mont- H Jl " seller stopped off at Logan on Satur- H p '-ay to visit 'Mr. Allen, manager of H 4ho local store, beforo returning H "Omo. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis havo just H ocontly returned from California, H I hero they went last fall to spend H I uo winter. H Alfred Anderson, tho cattlo mer- M ihaat of Hyrum was In town ycator- H ay on business. B j ' A. n. Hovey, principal of tho 1 , r.lstrlct schools of Mlllvlllo, was In m '" dty yesterday attending to bunl- B ivpna affairs. B TfANTBD Man or boy to holp H- T'Ut up hay. T. L. Grlraaud, east of Bl h toraetory, Logan. AdT-6-7-C . Four members wero Initiated Into tho local chapter of Gamma Sigma Doltn, national honorary agricultural socioty at tho U. A. C. at the so ciety's annual luncheon and Initia tion hold recently. Thcso four ini tiates aro Ezra C. Carter, post grad uate at the college, and a member of tho Utah Experiment Station staff, and Luclon Macham, Sumner Hatch, and Samuel Morgan, all ot tho class of '19. Tho socioty Is honorary and now members aro chosen strictly up on merit from tho upper third of tho mato members of tho Senior class In agriculture, post graduates doing work In agriculture, and agricultur al Investigators among tho faculty. Most of tho largo agricultural Col legos of tho country possesses a chap .tcr of Gamma Sigma Delta. The chapter at tho Utah college was or ganized In 1900 and its roaster con tains tho names of most of our ag ricultural faculty sluco that time. V. J. Harrison and family aro now comfortably located on their farm north of Richmond, which thoy just l ocontly purchased from Mr. Larscn. Mr. Charles Sherwood, representa tive of tho International Harvester Company, landed tho local agency for tho International Motor trucks In this city, Mr. Larson will handlo this truck in addition to his soda water business. Logan RIdo & Junk Company pays the highest prlco for hides and Junk. Phono 62, Logan, Utah. Adv-tf Mr. and Mrs. Angus Maiighun of. Weston, Idaho, with thelrufnmlly, havo moved to Logan for tho sum mon Mr. Maughan will attend sum mer school hero. Plonty ot money .to loan on city or farm property. II. A. Podersou. t " - Adv-tf Miss Wllda Crannoy lotl' for?'hcr homo In' Marion, Idaho, on Monday nftor spending tho winter, horo at tending school. Census Clerks, 4,000 needed, $92 per mouth. Age, 18 upward. Ex pcrlenco unnecessary. For froo par ticulars of examinations, wrlto Ray mond Terry (former Government Ex aminer), C87 Continental Uldg., Washington. Adv-C-17 Mr. Glonn Winn of Smlthflcld was a Logan visitor on Sunday, KOlt BALK. ..EASTERN MONTANA STOCK IiAND Twenty thousand acres combined farming and stock land, good soil, woll grassed, numerous springs with 'flowing Btrcams through, three sec tions. Well located on main lino of Northorn Pacific. Shipping point on land at north end, also ono closo to southwest end of tract. Prlco $5.60 por aero, ono fourth cash, balanco sovon ojual annual payments, inter est at 6 por cent No trades con sidered. Probably tho best stock proposition la eastern Montona. For salo only oa a wholo. For full par ticulars and plat, address MONTANA WHOLESALE LAND CO. Miles City, Montana Dox 1070 Ady-7-18 Daily Thought The first furmer wns tho first ninn, ninl nil historic nobility rests on pos session nml use ot land. Emerson. 1 j QUALITY FIRST I If ": 'i I ' if ; Has Always Been our Motto I ' j j i Jewelry Repair Work I; II j Honest Goods At Honest Pnices H 1 1 ;j C. M. Wendelboe, Jeweler S I B i 'J H HAST FIRST NORTH STREET LOGAN, UTAH I ' l ml ' THREE TEAMS. TIED FOR FIRST PLACE (Contlnuod from Pago One) RICHMOND , AB It II O A Anderson, lb 4 118 1 Johnson, ss 3 2 0 0 3 Urown, p 6 2 4 12 Nelson, 2b 4 2 2 6 6 Baker, c "60390 N. Woodland, cf .. 6.; 0 0 10 Jonas, 3b '-6 ,12 12 E. Woodland, If .. 40 0 0 0 Van Noy, rf 6 0 0 0 0 Thompson, rf 2 0 '0 1 1 37 8 12 27 14 SCOnE BY INNINGS 123466789 Richmond ..23011000 0 8 Smlthflcld ..00100040 1 C Tho Irrigators 'from Wollsvlllo wero succcsful In outclassing the Lowlston Farmers In tho game play ed on tho Lowlston field on Satur day afternoon. Tho gamo ended with a score of thirteen to -six, which brought Lowlston down to tho samo class as Logan and Rich mond and raised Wollsvlllo from tho cellar to a tio'wlth Smtthfield and Preston. The scoro: WELLSVILLB AB' r"h O A Archibald, 2b ...... B 2 1 2 3 B. Maughan, cf .... 4 3 2 2 0 Woodward', rf .....'. 4 3 12 0 Fopploton, c" 6 1 4 6 L O. Maughan, 3b".!!. 6 0 1 ' 2 1 .&llon, 83 5 0 2 0 6 Brown, If 6 0 0 0 0 W. Maughan'lbl.... ' 6 2 II 11 0 Turner, p " 4 2 2 2 0 3813 14 2611 Bybee out batting" "boll with which ho was hit in fifth. "W "EEWJSTON'V " ' AB R II O A E. Van Ordon, rf .. 5 2 3 0 0 D. Van Ordon, o .. 5 .,2 2 11 -,.0 Gnllachcr, lb, p 3 0 .0 12j 0, Fltzpatrlck, ss 4 0 jJH x Glover, 2b 1 1 '2 2 4 Coleman, p, lb ..., 4 0 il 2,4 Layno, 3b A 0 i ' 0 2 Swlnyard, If . 4 0 10 0 Bybee, cf 4 10 0 0 37 0 10 27 It' SCORE BY INNINGS ' 1234 G' 6789 I Wollsvlllo 00010660 2 13 I LowlBtim 20011020 0 61 I FURNISHED ROOM WANTED1 For light housekeeping. Must bo modern and quiet. Phono 48. Adv. BEET THINNERS WANTED Every High School boy In Logan is to enroll in a beot thinning squad. Meet at tho oIDce of tho Amalga mated Sugar Company, Monday, Juno 2nd, nt 8 o'clock a. m. Good wages. Adr The People Pay g For Political Control It Is a notorious fact that very few cities and townB have tho slight est conception aa to what if. coBts them to build, operate and maintain a municipal utility plant. Possibly In sorao Instances they don't caro, but as a plain business proposition thoy should know whether it is bo lug maintained partly from general rovenuo of tho municipality, It is very natural, howovor, that city of ficials want to mako as good a showing as possible and aro only too willing to allow their successors to issumo tho burden of 'renewals to :ho property. Tho result is that in i fow yoars not much valuo la loft to ho plant, for It is mostly Junk. S. 3 Kendall, member Colorado Utll tles Commission. Cheap political contiol often do iIcb a prlvdto utility living rate, vhilo It thinks nothing of robbing ho taxpayer to mako up losscs'duo o politclal mismanagement of a pub ic utility. Petition Fur Disch arge Mo. 5222 in Bankrupt y UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF UTAH. ' In tho Matter of I. J. Frampton and L. J. Swlnton, copartners, do ing business as Motor Truck and Traction Co., 'Bankrupts, To tho Honorablo Tillman D. Johnson, Judge of tho District Court of the United States for District of' Utah. I. J. Fratuplbn nnd L. J. Swlnton,. copartners doing business as Motor Truck and Traction Co,, of Logan, in tho County of Cache, and Stato of Utah, in said dlsrtlct, re spectfully represents that on tho 29 th day ot May, last past, they wero duly adjudged bankrupt under tho nets ot congress relating to bankruptcy; that they havo duly sur rendered all their property and rights of property, and havo fully complied with all requirements ot said acts and of tho orders of the Court touching their bankruptcy, I Wherefore, they pray that thoy may bo decreed by the Court to hare a, full discharge from all. debts prov 'nblo against th'elr estates, under said .bankrupt acts individually and as a L . ' , . ,.- 'partnership excopt such, debts as are excepted by- law from such discharge Dated this 28th.day ot May, A. D. 1919. MOTOR TRUCK & TRACTION CO. OFi LOGAN I. JAY FRAMPTOI, iKiMvn. ! j.-swYnton.'- ' Filed petition for discharge May 28, 1919. ,v "-' JOHN W. CHRISTY, - 4k"w-' ' . '. ' felerk. w K ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON District of Utah ss: On this 7th"day of June, A. D. 1919, on reading tho foregoing pell tlon, It Is ordered by tho CouU that a hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 31st day of July, A. D. 1919, be foro said court at Salt Lake City, In said district, at ten o'clock lu thot forenoon; and that notice thereof be. published In tho Logan Republican, it newspaper printed In said district, nnd that nil known, crcdltors-and oth ,er persons In interest may appear at tho said tlmo and place and show 'cause, If any thoy have, why tho pray or of said petitioner should not bo granted. And It is further ordered by the Court, that tho Clork shall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot said petition and this order, address ed to thorn at their places ot rest enco as Btatod. Witness tho Honorablo Tillman D, Johnson. Judgo ot tho said Dis trict Court, and tho seal thereof, at Salt Lako City, la Bald district, on tho 7th day ot June, A. D. 1919. . JOHN W. CHRISTY, (Seal of Court) "" Clork. Air HE NEVER FELT BETTER HE SAYS "For the first time in two years I am feeling strong and well again and it was nothing but Tanlac that fixed me up," said Geo. M. Dell, of 1357 Thirteenth street, Denver, Colo, ns "I don't know what wus tho mat ter with me," ho continued, " but I had lost my appetite nnd tho littlo I forced down failed to digest and I suffered terribly with gas on my stomach. There was a constant, pain In my back nnd my legs nndi foot would swell so at times that i! couldn't put on my shoes. My kid neys worried mo so much I never could get n good night's rest. I felt tired and worn out all the time, tho medicine I took did me no good and I got into such an awful fix that I had to lay oft from work as much as three days at a tlmo, and when I did go to ork it was all I could io to get through tho day. "Tanlac was recommended to mo bo strongly that I decided to try it and the first bottle brought my appe tite back. I havo been entirely re lieved ot that pain and bloating, my kidneys don't bother mo any more, I sleep like, a log and can do as good a day's work as anybody, in fact I never felt better In my life than I do right now." 'Tanlac is" Bold in Logan by tho City Drug Co.; in Wellsvlllo by tho Wellsvillo Drug Co.; In Smlthflcld by Rlter Bros. Drug Co.; in Hy rum by Hyrum Drug Co.; in Rich mond by A. A. Thomas, and In Lew iston by Lewlston Drug Co. Adv NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF ' " . CREDITORS IN'THE DISTRICT COURT OF Tllk ' .UNITED STATES FOlt' DISTRICT OF UTAH. IN HANKRUJTOY BEFORE S. T. CORN, REFEREE. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. C582 In the Matter of M. A. Gill, Bnnk lupt. To tho Creditors of M. A. Gill, of Hyrum, In Uio County of Caches and District aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notlco Is horeby given that on Uio 2nd day ot Juno, A. D." ldl9, the said M. A. Gill was duly adjudicat ed a bankrupt; nnd that tho First Meeting of his Creditors will bo held at my omco at Rooms 309-310 First National Bank Building, Ogdcu City, Weber County, Utsli, on tho 18th day of Juno, A. D, 1919, at 10:30 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which tlmo the said creditors may' attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amino tho bankrupt, nnd transact such other business as may propor ly como before said moojjng. Ogdon, Utah, Juno elOlO. 8. T. CORN, Rotoreo in Bankruptcy. Adr o Subscribe for tho Logan Republi can If you want tho local nows. , ' ' ' - - -- ' ' JOHN H. ANDERSON SONS BARGAIN STORE Your Attention is called to our prices and merchan disc. They will please you. ' Sack Sugar $10.25 Toilet Soap 5c 3 lbs. Navy Beans 25c 10 Bars Al Soap 60c 2 lbs Lima Beans 25c 10 Bars Pearl White 59c Full Cream Cheese 40c 10 Bars Kirks Flake 58c Sack Oats : 63c-10 Bars Borax Naptha ...58c Pckg. Oats : 34c 4 Pckgs. Golden Rod Pckg. Wheat 34c Washing Powder 27c Cottolene $1.25 4 Cans Larke Milk 50c Prunes 15c Rice, high grade lie All Soap, 4 bars for - 25c Beans, per can 10c -mil ii hi ii TJWK MARK X II Th City of h' jj GOODRICH llf Goodrich ! More Mileage I f Proclamation J Bo It 1 in own to Every A 5 Automobile Owner and 0 W Driver in tho United o 2 States to Goodrich "Xi 9 Dealers that Goodrich V 1 Safety Treads S t a n d J f Ready to Deliver 6000 i 4 Miles, and Silvcrtown X Cords 8000, under 6 A proper usage. ' I' That is, every Safety A Tread in use and in Good- A A rich dealers' stores, is un- I J derwritten to be adjusted 4 f, at 6000 miles, and every I 4 Silvcrtown Cord at 6000 ft f miles, ? . f . j. A. . k ffK ft The new adjustment is I 1 Y based upon what Good- j X rich knows its Tires wil I ( jk do, and Goodrich' knows a i X from' miles and miles 'of k road testing that Good- t O rich Tires nro the Strong- est, the Best, the "rubber I 9 industry has produced. ' Oj They are so good that ,jt Goodrich increases its ad- I Y, justment mileage to show fj its patrons they cannot '' j , afford not lo share in their matchless service , ! a and security. ( ' j SI' Buy Goodrich Tires from I -" a dealer. v Adjustment rwuSk y R Fabrics, 6000 miles. ft X . Cords, 8000 milcs , & " W I -BEBT IN THE. I , 8 iONBaBUM" J Rather Well Put. John was downtown with his father, who wnu InijIiiR n (mlr ot kio8. Iln found n tmlr Hint were sutlsfnctory nnd told tho clcrlr ho woukl frtko them. John looked at lUs father nnd snlds "Aro you miro jour feet ! WAttBttd In thm, thiiMyV'r '