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HL THE LOOAN KEPUHLICAN, LOGAN, LTAIt, FltlDAY, OCTOHER 17, 1002.
HBrf The Logan Republican.
"l ,1 I.OHAN, OaCIIK COBNTV, UTAH.
Jjf N. RALPH MOORC, Editor and Publisher.
H' j', yUllfCItll'TION":
i j Ono Year KM
H J .Mix Montlu I23
PH J Tliri-o Months "3
M t All Subscriptions must lm"ial(1 In wlvanco.
1 i AdvcrtUlwc rale clvcn on application.
H I Mr. .T. A. Hendrlckson was at Salt
H rt' f Lake first of the week on business.
H 4 ft Alexander, the optician, Hotel Ivies-
H J f, l el. Hours 12 to 1:30 and 4 to 8. 4tf
BjmI " Alexander, the optician, will be at
B fW Wellsvillc this week, Hj rum Oct. 20th
During the illness of Judge Miner,
Judge W. II. Hart Is occupying the
H "f- chief Justice's chair.
H ; Mr. and Mrs. George Dunbar arc
M I happy over the arrival of a little
H daughter at their home Monday.
H ( j Mrs. Robert Caskey of the Salt Lake
H S Collegiate Institute Is the guest of
H g JMor. and Mrs. Smith of the X. .1. A.
H f I Mrs. I.N. Smith gae a Kensington
H j tea last Monday evening In honor of
H w , her guest, Mrs. It. J. Caskcj of Salt
H J ; Lake.
H k Mis. 0. II. Champ cnteitained a
H 4 i number of fi lends at luncheon last
M Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. V.
H Miss Hael Dals who is attending
M college at Logan tills winter came
jfl home to pay a. short visit to her par-
wtf . oi its tills week.- Picston Standaid.
1 ." ' ( The Hcpubllcans will have a big
H time at tlio Thatcher Opera House
M , tonight. Senators Clark and Kearns
H will address the audience. Good
H ,! iniisie will be furnished.
I Senator Clark of "Wyoming and our
own Senator Kearns will speak at the
Thatcher Opera House tonight at 8
o'clock. Thcso prominent men will
no doubt be. accorded a cry large
I It. C. Easton Is now with the "Hon-
H ! nlc liriar Hush," which is playing at
" i J Salt Lake this week. Easton's lcpu-
H ' I iitlon as a tenor is second to but few;
H J. and his many Utali friends and ad in I r-
H f ors will be pleased to learn of Ids rc-
H r markable success with that company.
H V A. M. Merrill, the cMcient supurin-
H tendent of the Logan .schools, lias
H been honored by election as vicc-prosl-
H dent of the State Teachers' Assocla-
H (Ion. Mr. Merrill's ability as In-
IjH '- .s true tor and superintendent has made
H i him a state quantity. His success
H '. v 1th the Logan schools is a source of
jH- f ' gratification to every p.ition Interest-
H i vd In the progress of our educational
jB Some persons unfriendly to Fred
jH Turner ate attempting to spread the
fl impression that certain circulars got-
ten out by J. W. McDonald of Smith-
jH field may be traced to Turner. The
jH idea is ridiculous. It is known that
jH j the matter Is a personal one with
jH , McDonald and that some of the clr-
jH culars were issued long before Tinner
jB-l '' was ever thought of as the ltepubll-
can noinincc for sheritT.
jB, i Mr. Andrew Ellason spent a few
IjHi iajs here this week with his parents
j mid old time friends. It will be
jHj' : lemcmbcred that Mr. Ellason gradu-
jH I uled from ltcrklcy seeral jears ago
V ' and accepted a position In the Edison
H' Electrlal works at Schenectady, New
! York. His rise was rapid and lie was
.sent tolloston. Now lie on Ids way
to San Francisco to accept a ery
H , " high position as electrical engineer.
II ltoliinson Hros. are arranging to
' lemodel their store. The entire front
' ' will take on a new appearance and a
jH stall way will be built in thenorthern
jH .sldeofthcdownlloor. The second floor
jH has been used as a store room, butthat
jH w ill be used as a store room. In order
jH to get to the second floor it is nee-
jH ossary to build In the stairway. This
jH will limit the fiist lloor entrance,
jH hut other added coincidences will
jH up for that.
jH It will be remembered that at the
jH II. Y. C. Summer school, l'rof. O'Shcu
jH of Chicago dellvcredascriesof lectuies
jH that was regarded as the best thing
jH of tlickindeer given In the Valley.
jH in a short time The liepubllcau will
jH begin the publication of these lectures.
jH The) arc of such high older that o-
jH ' ' eiy parent of tho county should hac
jH 'j t ho privilege and advantage of reading
jH them, and The Itcpubllean, ever allc
jH to the best interests of the people of
jB the Valley, pi oposes to put these lcc-
h ' tures into the liandsof ccry man and
jB- woman who cares to read them. Every
person who heard l'rof. O'Shca give
jB these lectures paid $2..r0, and we be-
jH lievo that our action in giving them
Ih to you gratis should bo appreciated,
H and we believe it w ill
M Palace Barber Shop,
jjl NEWLY EQUIIMMOI) WITH
jB , X'OUOELAIN IIAT1I TUliS.
ijH' i Oc Shave JOc
jjK1 '' O. A. NELSON, Proprietor.
During October we will sell Wall
Paper In odd lots at an Immense- re
duction at Wilkinson and Son's Hook
Mrs. W. C. Cates, foimerly of Logan
but now of I'rovo, returned home last
Monday afternoon after spending a
very pleasant week with Logan
Ilyium Fiedlck of Providence has
gone to Ames, In., to take a course In
vctcrlnaiy surgery. He will probably
be gone for three jcars. His many
friends wish him the greatest success.
Itcmcmbcr to register on the 28th
that is If ou did not register last
year. If jou have moved from one
precinct to another dm lug the past
year, it will necessitate jour register
ing if jou care to vote.
The A. C. football team goes to Salt
Lake for a game with the National
Guards tomorrow, it is confident ally
expected by admirers of tho local team
that they will come back with the
scalps of the Salt Lakers dangling
from their belts.
Hon. C. E. Allen of Salt Lake will
addiess the voters of Paradise Satur
day evening. Mr. Allen ranks away
up as a talker and the Paradise people
can not afford to miss tills opportun
ity of hearing him. Several local
speakers will also be In attendance.
In the case of S. M. McMurdlc vs.
A. A. Law and othcis, a case that
occupied tho attention of the court
last week, the Jury awarded McMurdlc
u $10 Judgment against Law. The
charge was that the defendants had
removed wood from land belonging to
Judge Hart's court was occupied on
Thursday of last week by a case en
titled "the State vs. Joslah Ilrovvn."
Mr. Hrownwas charged with misap
propriating the water of the Millvillc
Irrigation ditch. A Jury consisting of
the following men, J. L. I5alr, W. H.
Darlcy, Thomas Tarbet, Ed. J. Haws,
James Wood, E. II. Tripp, Wm. Hits
lam, and A. M. Israclscn, wrestled
with the case all day and all night
and at f a. in. on Friday reported a
disagreement. The case will bo tried
"Flnnigan's Hall" at the Opera
House Wednesday evening of last
week proed the most acceptable of
any thing that has come here this sea
son, with tho exception of the James
& Warde Combination. The efforts of
Gallagher, Austin and Harrctt were
mirth provoking In the extreme and
the audience thoroughly appreciated
them. Ezra Kendall's "390 laughs in
150 minutes" wasn't in it. Every
thing was fresh, new, up-to-date and
the whole affair went off In such a
breezy Rtylc as to prove entirely satls
factorjv At the home of the Ellason family
North 1st East St., Tuesday evening,
was given a most delightful card party
in honor of Mr. Andrew Ellason, a
brother who is visiting In Logan while
enroute from Iloston to San Franisco.
About forty of Logan's "upper ten"
were present, and under tho Influence
of excellent music, the pleasurable
excitement of cards, the artlstlcallj
arranged decorations of autumn leav es,
and the hospitality of theso charming
entertainers, the guests sppnt a most
pleasant evening. Progressive whist
was the feature, the prizes being won
by Mrs. Wlllard Langtonand Mr. E.
P. llacon. The victors wero pre
sented with books, and congratulated.
During the evening Mrs. Dr. Croxall,
one of Logan's most pleasing vocalists,
favored the guests with vocal and in
strumental selections. At a reason
able time elegant refreshments were
People who now pay $4."3 to 5 for
a hundred pounds of sugar and think
it expensive at that, should recall the
time when $10 to $G0 was the usual
price for the same amount. Coal oil
now costing from 2.1c to 40c a gallon,
not many j ears ago sold In this vicin
ity at $5 a gallon and was hard to get
at that price. Of course this was due
to abnormal conditions, but even tak
ing that Into consideration, to hear
the old settlers speak of such prices
sounds like a fairy storj'. Sugar at
f0ca pound was not usually smeared
on bread and given to tho children
and coal oil at $5 a gallon was hardly
used for drinking purposes. In those
times well-to-do families possessed but
one lamp and lighted that only on ex
t raordlnary occasions. Logan citizens
who a short time ago wero getting
electricity for 3o a mllo should have
remembered these tilings and felt con
tent. Those things that were the
highest luxuries then are the most
common now, and the change lias
been so great and rapid that the
jounger generations have no concep
tion of the dlltlcultlcs under which
body and soul were kept together in
this country but a decado ago.
ladles and Gtntlemcn.
Whenever jou Intend to purchase
Shoes and Rubber Goods plcaso call at
tho Exclusive Shoo Store, by tho
First National Hank, Main Street,
where jou will find a complete stock
of tho finest and best footwear.
"Small Profit and Quick Returns' is
my motto. You will also find the
shoe repairing llrst class.
Call and See our New Line of
You will say they arc the Rest and
Cheapest In the City. Remember
we carry the
WICKLESS BLUE FLAME HEATER,
The Rest on the Mai kct.
C ARDON & BURNHAM.
There seems to bo some difficulty in
securing a man to take Prof. Llnlleld's
place at the A. C. Mr. Llnlleld is re
garded as one of the ablest men in the
Institution and as ho has worked his
dep.utmcnt up to such a high stand
ard, the president Is very anxious to
secure a man who can and will keep It
there. The faculty and students re
gret very much that Mr. Llnlleld will
leave tho Institution, although they
are glad to sec hhn going up the line.
A runaway last Saturday attempted
to assist those who aro feeling sore at
tho Hercules companj-, by tcailng up
that company's line on South Main
sheet. The team got under full head
way going down tho Foundry hill and
tried a game of sweepstake with the
light poles, snapping two of them off
as easily as If they were sticks of
macoionl. No particular damage was
done to anj thing except the light
The type forms for our last week's
paper wcie misplaced by the express
company and as a consequence the
paper was not put In the postoftlcc
until Saturday. Most of the matter
contained in the paper was In regard
to the convention, which was over be
fore the paper reached the people.
Naturally the stuff was a little stale,
but the occurrence was unavoidable.
This is newspaper business under
difficulties, but we'll overcome them
Rev. John T. Axton, who looks after
the spiritual welfare of the soldier
bojsat Fort Douglass, came up for
the foot ball game on last Saturday
and remained over until Sunday after
noon. During Sunday morning he
was a visitor at tho Presbytcilan
church and favored tho children with
a talk about ids Sunday school, which
of course was very Interesting to the
joungsters and some of the older ones
as well. Axton was skinned by the
ministerial association a few dajs ago
for not doing as tho members of that
organization thought proper, but the
joung man doesn't appear any worse
for wear. He Is of easy manner, jet
decisive just tho man for sucli a posi
tion as ho holds and tls said that the
soldier bojs stand by him through
thick and thin.
"Tho Tempest" at tho Thatcher
opera house last night was greeted by
the largest house of the saeson, in
fact with as large audience as tho spa
clous play house would hold. The
heralding of tho coming of James &
Ward in tills Shakespearean pioduc
tlon caused a rapid sale of seats, It be
ing Impossible to secure a chair on the
lower lloor after Wednesday noon.
Tills was made a society event and the
audlenco that gicctcd the talented ar
tists was com nosed of the elite of the
eltj That every expectation of tho
audlenco was fulfilled goes without
sajing Louis James and Fiedrick
Wardc's reputation In Sliakcspeaican
roles answering for that. As a spec
tacular production "Tho Tempest"
was superb, and from every other
standpoint it may bo regarded as one
of t lie most satisfactory performances
over given In tho city. James as Call
ban the deformed slave, portrajed the
chaiactcr of Dial individual in a man
ner that brought forth gieat applause.
There- is full scope In this for the ac
tor's undoubted ability and on this oc
casion ho certainly was at Ills best,
Ward took the part of the banished
Duko and gavo a truly acceptable
characterisation of the role. The va
rious inner roles weio acceptably filled
and this suppoit accorded the great
artists added to their success.
Royal Blue Shoe
IS THE SOLE OF HONOR.
1'OIC HALK I1V
Jas. Quayle & Co.
Theic have been games of foot ball,
basket ball, base ball, and plenty or
"high balls" In Logan, but that exhl
Hon between the A. C. and Fort
Douglass teams last Saturday was
about the 'dumbest' performance ever
given In the city. Farmers from In
diana, Hoop-pole township, Posey
count)', can handle a pig skin, pig and
all, with greater sclcnco and more
pleasure to onlookers. The A. C. bojs
were badly crippled at the start, and
the remainder Insisted on breaking
their necks before the game was over,
while the Fort Douglass bojs evident
ly had the Impression that they wcie
lighting Filipinos from behind breast
works. They vould fire a volley, then
run a piece and fall down. The am
bulance corps would quickly appear
and after rubbing a wounded shin,
shoulder or linger nail, the valiant
soldier bojs from the Salt Lake mesa
would revive and do tho same little
Jrlekover again. The llrst half was
not really so bad as Marshall's parody
on Upham's poetry, but the last half
lengthened Itself into three-fourths
and disgusted the spectators. Jim
Langton lefcrecd the llrst half and
Rev. John A. Axton, the fellow who
answers for the spiritual wcirarcorthe
soldiers, occupied that position the
second half while Langton served as
umpire. Axton's decisions vveie as
locky as those of Ilurkness during the
base ball season, and practically lost
the game for the A. C. team. Hy
kicking goal fiom the Held the bojs
from the fort won out by a score of 5
to 0, but considering the manner In
which the game was won there Is very
little credit attached to it. During
the game Madscn, the mainstay of :
the A. C. line, attempted the billy- j
goat act on a well set rock and as a
result his thinking appaiatus was laid
up for repair. Sldwell took a wooden
leg into the game and tried to fill the
vacancy left by Madsen's unfortunate
accident, and did very well. Guard
Howell got the trembles and Morteson
with a severe case of cramp colic took
ills place. Considering the difficulties
under which the A. C. bojs labored,
there is little cause for discourage
ment, and Judging from the lusty ) cit
ing at faculty lcccptlon Intlicevenlng,
they were not discouiaged. Merely
a combination of circumstances un
avoidable. One of the most charming social
functions given this season was that
In honor of Prof, and Mrs. Ostein of
the A. C, at the delightful home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Thompson, on
Thursday evening of last week. The
spaciousness and artistic beauty of the
Thompson home make it an ideal
place for sucli a gathering, and Mrs.
Thompson as hostess had evcrj thing
so nicely arranged for the comfort and
pleasure of her guests that the eve
ning will ever be pleasantly remem
bered by those present. For thoso
who had a taste for active pleasure, a
ping pong set was prov Idcd and those
Interested chased tho celluloid sphcie
to their heart's content; In the cast
rooms cards were indulged in; and In
the other rooms conversatlonals and
sucli other pleasures as aie usual on
such occasions. During tho evening
Mrs. Thompson and Mr. J. E. Shepard
favored the guests with Instrumental
music and Miss Ruth Evelyn Moench
gave a reading that was well received.
At twelve, delicious refreshments,
consisting of salad, rolls, ice cream,
cake and collco were served which
were also well received. Not until
two o'clock did the guests feel Inclined
to take their departure, and then it
was they expressed the pleasure that
was theirs In meeting Prof, and Mrs.
Ostein, and in having been the guests
of .such excellent entcrtalncLs as Mr.
and Mis. Thompson. Those piescnt
were: Prof, and Mis. Ostein, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Flemming, Mr. and Mrs.
Wlllard Langton, Mr. and Mis. J. E.
Shepard, Mr. and Mis. I. N. Smith,
.Mr. and Mrs. Swcndson, Mrs. R. J.
Caskey of Salt Lake, Mrs. G. II.
Champ, Mrs. Miner, Mis. Cates, Misses
Ilattic Smith, Hannah Jensen, Cath
erine Smith, Flora Chamberlain,
Winifred Miner, Florence Miner, Ruth
Eveljn Moench, Drew Smith, Flotenc'e
Smith, Profs. Upliam, Studdart, Hill,
Messrs. Walteis, Oldham, Hell, Hiang
hani, N. Ralph Mooic.
We learn that Dr. Emeis, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Cartw light, who visited here
during the summer, passed examina
tion last spring vv 1th the highest grade
that had over been given in the Haiti
more School of Dentistry. His general
average was ii'J.l, very neatly perfect.
Although but three tormsaie required
to finish tho course at tills institute,
when ho returns to Logan next spring,
Dr. Emeis will havo completed live
terms. This jouhg man's high stand
ing as a scholar and ids extra service
and experience will make him a very
able assistant t Dr. Cartwrlght, witli
whom ho will lie associated. Dr.
Emeis' many Logan friends will bo
pleased to hear of his rapid and
Most of filestores have been num
bered. They havo placed No. 1 on
tho door of tho Harris Music Store, its
they are tho llrst to sell you piano's
and organs and first to keep their
gu.irantco good and havo a perfect
right to be called a number one store.
Paradise, Saturday Night, Oct. 18. i
AT 8 O'CLOCK. -v; . j
Hon. C E. Allen,
OF SALT LAKE. 1
Together with a number of Cache 1
County's Best .Xkers, will be I
present and address the people. 1
Campaign Music will be a Feature. 1
Come out and hear the issues of the day discussed 1 H
in a fair and intelligent manner H
i i '
For Winter! i
And while preparing bear in
mind ours is the place to buy
Stoves and Ranges.
We have them and can give
good values for your money,
I Spande Furniture
. . Company . .
from all over the world, travel on the llurllngton's Chicago
No matter who the man is, where lie comes from, or
whither lie Is bound, tho probability Is that, some day he
will pass through the gates of the Union Depot in Denver
and bo directed to the "train on the sixth track."
Talk about famous trains, the queen of them all is the
magnltlecnt express that pulls out of Denver at four o'clock
every aUcrnoon, arriving at Omaha next morning and Chi
cago next evening.
Another rnxxl train for Omnlia and Clilcairo Is tlm Visllbulivi
liur, luuvlniratlii i in. Kansas City and St. Louis train
lea i) at II p. m. unil 10 p m.
Throuuli 8li cpt rs for Omalia and Chicago loavu Salt Lakn
City at :i:15 v. in. dally. Through lourlst-cars, VViHlneclajs ami
Ticket.) at ofllec of eoiincctlug Linos.
Ticket Office; 79 West Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
It. F. NESLTSN, General Agent.