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THE LOGANJREPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, Kill DAY, OCTOBER 17, 1002. k VfH
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GARDON JEWELRY GO,,
"Miss Maggie," for nine years
tlic well-known trimmer at Mrs.
T. 1). Roberts' establishment,
has Just recently opened up, In
the room just east of the post
ofllcc, a stock of all the latest
and best In TALL Ml LLINER Y
The Public is Invited
to call in and inspect our goods.
We are pleased to show them.
Everything is new, clean, and
up-tp-date, and In the matter of
trimming we guarantee satiifac
tlon in every particular ,
The time is now liere
when you want a good
hot drink. We can
give you Hot Soda, tlxs
mosit delightful bever
age ever concocted for
Come In now and try It.
Oysters any Style.
If you want something
more substantial than
a hot drink, come in
and try our OYSTERS.
Oysters Fried, Scallop
ed, in Soup, on the
Half-shell, or any other
. old way. After-Thea
ter Parties a Specialty.
GOME AND SEE
Our new Store. It Is the largest
Exclusive HARDWARE Store
In Northern Utah. Wo carry a
large stock of General Hardware.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and
Farmers' Tools, Woodware, Tin
ware, Granite ware, Cutlery,
Brooms and Brushes, etc., etc.
Now is the time for Shot Guns,
and Ammunition, Ueet Forks
ami Knives, Lampsand L .. tcn.s
We have Just what you need.
Very best quality at very low
prices. We sell for cash only,
and make one price to all
Laws Hardware Store,
38 Center Street, Logan.
J. C WALTERS,
City Attorney and
' ,jpai,k'upu:y. Divorce and Probate Vt'lIU.
Conveyance and Collections , ....
Orrica oyh Fimi National Bank.
IN A ROYAL MANNER BY A. C.
f ACLLTY SATURDAY NIGHT.
The faculty reception to the students
of the A. 0. of U. last Saturday even
lng was n most delightful social
function, thoroughly enjoyed by
students and guests. Such extensive
preparations In the way of decorations
and In the providing of acceptable
entertainment had been Indulged In
that the task must have been her
culean, but by tho energetic efforts of
the different committees the affair
was carried out to a happy and suc
cessful termination. The entire first
and second floors of both the original
building and the new addition were
thrown open, and tho different rooms
and halls with their decorations of
autumn leaves and colored lights pre
sented such a blaze of glory and
altogether satisfactory appearance
that one must have enjoyed himself
though there had not been an excel
lent musical program, charades and
other-games, elegant refreshments and
fair women. Festoons of autumn
leaves in their gorgeous fall beauty
hung suspended from walls, celling
and electric lights there were leaves
to the right of them, leaves to the
left of them, leaves every where and
In the spacious reading room on the
second floor they were so profuse and
artistically arranged as to call forth
unstinted praise for the artists. In
the suite of rooms on the first floor
used as sewing rooms, leaves had been
hung as porticrrcs In the large double
doorways and this effect was very
pleasing. In the large chapel, the
decorations were varied somewhat,
and Instead of leaves, a profusion of
hot house palms, orchids and flowers
greeted the eye. In the upstairs hall,
where refreshments were served
the decorations consisted of colored
lights and altogether the effect was
so delightful that the faculty must
feel llattered over the success of this
part of the evening's pleasures.
As the guests arrived they were
met by charming representatives of
the A. C.'s feminine students
and conducted to different rooms
win re Ujc usual primping was done,
after" which they were taken In hand
by different members of the faculty
and esu)rted to the various places of
pleasure and Instructed to make them
selves at home. Every attention that
could have been asked was bestowed
by those who were looking after the
comfort of the guests, and later in the
evening President Kerr addressed the
guests assembled In the large chapel,
assuring Uiem of the faculty's desire
that the .evening be a pleasant'one
with them. At this time the follow
ing cxccUont program was rendered
with credit to the artists:
ATocal solo Alice Jncobscn
Violin solo Prof. Ottc
Vocal " Minnie Petersen
Vocal Duct Prof. Hansen & W.D.Tcers
Piano solo Prof. Anderson
Vocal solo Gretta'Cardon
Prof. Otte and Anderson and Miss
Cafdon were heatily encored, and re
sponded with very pleasing selections.
At the -ond of the program, Prof.
Upham, '.head of tho department of
English, .made a happy little speech,
telling the guests that there would be
'something .doing" the rest of tho
evening In the reading rooms there
were games, in the small -chapel,
charades, in the sewing room some
thing else, in the large hall upstairs,
refreshments, and In tho cozy cor
nershe didn't say Just what would
"be doing," but suggested tliat the
guests go to these different places and
enjoy tlvemselvcs wliich they did
.until two o'clock.
In the reading room there was plug
pong, carroms, bean bags, cozy cor
ners, croklnole, checkers, and Justout
side in the hallway was stationed
Otto's orchestia, which rendered
veiy pleasing selections throughout
the evening. Although dancing was
tabooed on this occasion, some of the
students and guests couldn't resist
the lemptatloji to Indulge occasion
ally, in the small chapel, Prof, and
Mrs. Burehell and Miss Moonch had
arranged a number of very catchy
cliarades, which were thoroughly en
Joyed by those, who visited there dur
ing the evening.
Arrangements Imd been made for a
display of silhouettes in Mrs. Cook's
sewing room, but these failed to mat
erialize. However the guests took
great pleasure In visiting and inspect
lug these looms, as fhey are among
the most plcasapt in this altogether
Not the least pleasing featuro of the
evening wcio the t ruly elegant refresh
ments served In tho second floor hall.
Nothing elaborate had been attempt
ed, but the cream cake and coffee was
of such quality as to commend Itself
to the taste of those who gathered
mound the tables.
Tho nicrry-niaklng was Indulged In
until near two o'clock sulllclcnt evid
ence In Itself that the faulty was suc
cessful In Its arrangements of tho
evening's' pleasures. Tho students
would be glad If such receptions came
Tho disinfection of stablo!) after t
period of constant uso should bo ti part
of routine practice. Dairy etablcs in
particular should be disinfected twlca
a year and oftcner It tho conditions
demand It. It Is not posslblo to give
many stables that thorough dlslnfcc.
tlon that Is posilblo In houses, because
their construction will not admit of
It, but It Is posslblo to do very much
and at little expense.
The Ideal method of disinfection Is
by means of n gas as that would
havo the power to ponetrato every
where. The effectiveness of this
method depends uuon securing a largo
volume ot ran nnd maintaining It for
sornu time. Unless tho stablo can
bo made tight, a gas will bo of llttlo
use. For all practical purposes the
gas produced by burning sulphur over
a pot of coals Is tho best if used In
ainucctlon with steam. Tho dry sul
phur funiPs have llttlo germ killing
Iiower, but when combined with tho
steam In the air it forms a compound
that Is deadly. Tho boiling ot water
and liumlng of sulphur should go to
gether. Formaldehyde gas Is not so
ellli-lcnt for stablo dlslnfectlpn as
maty would havo us believe. A very
practlral means of disinfection that
may bo ueciI under almost 'every
stablo conlltfon Is by whitewashing.
This Is not expensive for material
and Is very easily applied by means
of an limponrlvo fruit spray pump.
Tho lime f-liould bo thoroughly slacked
and strained through cloth and mado
Just thin enough to work well through
tho nozzle. One man can apply two
coats of whitewash with a pump and
reach nil varts of side and celling of
a room In about one-fourth tho tlmo
required with the brush. Whitewash
will kill or hold tho germs with which
It comes In "onlact. It has tho effect
too of making the barn lighter and
cleaner. After tho first spraying, ono
application vll) usually bo sulllclcnt
If given regularly. As the business of
supplying mill; to cities and creamer
lea Is of larjro proportions and do
pends uron cleanliness, this precau
tion ot disinfection should bo regu
larly followed. A. W. Bitting, D. V.
S., M. II.. Veterinarian Indiana Ex
Same Old Way of Milking.
After all that has been said about
tho need for euro In milking wo no
tice that most of tho milking Is still
done In tho some old way, without
care, without clean hands, without
clean clothes, without anything ovor
tho lop of the pall to insure cleanli
ness, among bad odors, amid
switching tnlls, in tho midst of
manuro in the barnyard and
in tho stable. Hero and there are
dairymen that are conducting their
business on scientific principles and
with all tho appliances that make for
cleanliness. Theso establishments
have been written up again and again.
Tho papers have published numerous
articles concerning them, the dairy
conventions have listened to hun
dreds of papers .on these model ways,
and yet the old methods go on. A
good many producers of milk seem
to think that dirt and dairying go
together. The dairyman Is learning
that the air ot .a foul stablo is swarm
ing with putrescent bactorla, that
there are ways of keoplng tho stablo
clean and of keeping tho milk com
paratively puro ns It comes from the
cow. Then why docs ho not adopt tho
now ways and glvo us clean milk?
Tho answer Is habit. For centuries
certain habits of dairying havo pre
vailed and they aro tho hardest things
In the world to uproot. Hoary errors
aro almost sacred In the eyes of sorao
peoplo. it Ik enough for them to soy,
"my father did so and It Is good
enough for mo." It requires somo
energy to rouse one's self from tho old
ways and shake off the dust of ancient
Cheese of Pasteurized Milk In Sweden
A United States consul In Sweden
says: Chmso of pasteurized milk has
lately been considered almost. Impos
sible) to prouueo, and dairymen havo
been at a loss how to uso the churn
milk, which has been sold as feed for
pigs or thrown away. A short tlmo
ugo, a chemist at Stockholm Dr.
Fran Elander succeeded In effect
ing a preparation that solved tho
bove-mentloncd difficulties. Owing
to tills discovery, which has been
tianied "caaeol," palatable and nour
ishing cheese, free of tubercular bacil
li, can now bo mado from pastourlzod
shim milk. This preparation has,
moreover, tho excellent quality ot
rendering cheese more digestible.
Several dairies in London havo mado
experiments with cascol, with tho
samo favorable result. I will gladly
procure samples of cascol for any of
our dnlrymen who may desire to
mako trials with it.
Room for Capons.
T. Grelner: Capons stand crowding.
Wbllu thero Is n limit to tho num
ber of laying hens that ono enn keep
with profit, thorols practically no
limit to tho number of capons. You
can keep as many ns you havo room
for. They will do Just bb well when
In a flock of a hundred ns when thero
aro only a dozen. Thoy aro hardy and
remarkably exempt from disease.
It'n all very well to strlko out for
yourself, unless you happen to bo a
Worldly wisdom Is a perfect knowl
edge ci your neighbor' fallings.
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Complete line of iH
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Assortment of La- I
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The Ladles' Club of the A. C.
The Ladles A. C Club met In regu
lar session at the home of Mrs. A. M.
Fleming last Monday afternoon and
held a very interesting session. The
feature of the afternoon was a paper
on "Egyptian Art," read by Mrs.
Ostein, one of the new members. The
production was one of -careful prepara
tion and excellent merit., and of such
scope its to afford considerable Instruc
tion along the course of study now be
ing puisucd by the club. Tho "His
tory of Art" is now occupying the at
tention of tills Intellectual organiza
tion, and study and papers will be
along this line for some time to come.
A business item of particular Interest
Is that the club voted to ally Itself
with the federation of Women's Clubs.
Mrs. Fleming was selected as a dele
gate to icpresent the club at the com
ing meeting of the federation atOg
den on the 2i)th. Tho ladles of the
organization arc becoming deeply in
terested in its. success, and Mrs. W. J.
Kerr, the president, Is especially de
sirous of having the club attain a
prominence anions the various wo
men's clubs of the state, and Is putting
. foi th every energy to accomplish the
desired end. She Is ably seconded by
an clllclcut cabinet in tho persons of
Mrs. A. M. Fleming, vice-president;
Mrs. .1. F. Engle, secretary; Mrs.
Swemkon, treasurer; Mrs. Voder, cor
lcspondlng secretary; and Mrs. Mer
llll.lllnarian. There is llttlo doubt
that with such cufiable and energetic
women at Its head, the A. C. Club will
rise rapidly and become an organiza
tion of which the intellectual people
of the city will feel proud. It can not
be questioned that organizations of
this kind have done much to advance
the causes of womankind, and there is
little reason why Logan should not bo
In lino with fit her college towns In
this respect. The effect on the moral
and intellectual atmosphere of the
community Is of a high order and It is
lo bo hoped that this and other Insti
tutions of the kind may grow and
prosper In tills valley. The next regu
lar meeting will bo with Mrs. E. W.
Robinson, next Monday afternoon.
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