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I I HENRY 0. HAYBAllrf
The annual opening of our doll and toy
department occurs MONDAY, Dec. 5;
the variety is practically speaking endless
and no matter what price you wish to pay
you will find dolls and toys that are sure to
delight the little ones marked at prices that
in all instances mean a substantial saving.
A number of the choicest things will be sold
! early so you will readily see the desirability
! of making your selection while the stocks are
complete" and before the inevitable' holiday
rush sets in; it is so much easier to find what
you want right now. Watch our windows
I for holiday displays.
j Remember the place
I . t5&53-55 CENTER STREET,
H. (JiptHALL, - - - PROPRIETOR
j For the Next 15 Days
' SOLID OAK SIDEIJOAD with French plate C07 flfl
jr' ' . Mlrrorl8x:w OI.UU
I . IMITATION OAK SIDEBOARD $17(111
JL, OAK EXTENSION TABLE Q C "7C
All other goods at prices In proportion.
Hansen Furniture Co.
City Livery and Feed Stable
- OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, LOGAN.
j Best of care given to animals' Commercial men and other persons need-
V; : ing livery will receive careful attention. PRICES REASONABLE.
! ALEX MAUGHAN & CO., PROPR'S.
-Sleigh Bells of all Kinds
We have Just received a stock of FINE SWEDIsn BELLS,
and wo are ablo to sell tljem at. very low prices.
J y Our assortment, of pXABLE AND STORM BLANKETS
y .Is the best ori tho market.
; " Woarorjow manufactuilngour own SADDLES of all kinds
I and can give you better saddles for your money than you can get
II . elsewhere and will guaranlco them to be tlrst-class In every respect.
5 S" We also haVoa 'complete line of, hand-mado harness of all de-
I .scrlptlons, light and heavy! Call and see us before purchasing.
'FISTER & NIELSON, LOGAN, UTAH
tt ' Z. 0. M. I. BUILDING.
i Special sale on -Ladies' and Children's
Coats, and Millinery. Now is the chance
for bargains on Christmas Goods.
I SAM GLASER,
A " Liquor Merchant
si ' -' '"V " ' "v '"
, CENTER STREET, O P.P,0 ST E ,:c. W. J& I. QO
;PAvRTIES WISHING CHOICE GOODS F 6;R
x JL V OHltlTMAS GIVE US A CALL.
Court Huse Gossip
Treasurer Hendricks Is getting things
In shape so that ho can turn cv6ry
thlng over to his successor on Jan. 1st
In apple pie order. Unlike some of his
associates Sam Isn't haunted wllli the
phantom of a probable rclnstalatlon
later In the season. Whllo two years
more In tho treasurers olllce would
not have been ovcrburdensomo Sam
accepts the situation and will don his
overcoat and go out gracefully wishing
the new olllccrs every success.
The Clerk and Recorder arc also
clearing things up. In Farrcll's case,
though, It won't seem like a perma
nent farewell, but, Just like going off
on a vacation that Is If.
It Is rumored that llopkln Mathews
will remain In the Clerks qflico as dep
uty and that A. A. Law will succeed
O. G. Hayball Is spoken of as one
of the clerks In tho treasurers
olllce. E. P. Hansen Is also mention
ed for one of the clerkships.
Miss Telford and Mrs. Bowcn will
both likely remain In tho Recorders
olllce. Mrs, Morchcad and Miss Ricks
are spoken of as probable deputies.
E. R. Ncilson Is spoken of as deputy
assessor for Logan.
Gcorgo Worlcy so far has no pros
Sheriff Rlgby has not yet announced
wether Marshall will be retained as
deputy or not.
We arc progressing nicely with our
tabernacle. AVc have five men paint
ing and doing other furnishing work.
The structure will be completed In
about two months.
Till! OLD FOLKS WILL DANCK.
On Tuesday "night Dec. 30th wo will
have an old time dance and sociable
with a good picnic for all the old peo
ple of our city.
Samuel Roskelly one of our former
bishops Is constructlug a system of
waterworks of his own. He Is con
ducting the water in pipes for a dis
tance of a mile and a half from a
spring on his farm to his residence in
The people will appreciate ttye new
depot that Is ncarlng completion. It
will Improve the appearanccof things
materially at the R. R. station. No
person will appreciate It more than
our old time agent, Alfred Hansen,
who has held this position for 22 years.
He has been faithful and true to the
company and accomodating to the
people. It Is surprising how he has at
tended to the volume of business with
such poor facilities.
Our Creamery Is doing well and the
people feel satisfied with the treat
ment given them.
We have five In number, E. R. Miles,
Jr., Abraham Smith, Cantwcll &
Sons, Grinith & Lundstrumand Geo.
J. Smith. Thtfsc stores are doing a
good business and arc well stocked
with selected goods and anticipate a
good holiday trade.
McCracken Brothers now own the
now store building formerly owned by
Thomas Richardson. This firm car
ries a large stock of furniture and are
doing a first class business.
Price Brothers run an orderly saloon
as we understand It, complying strict
ly to the city ordinances.
Geo. Pope, Lewlston, 21
Vila Karrcn, " 20
Marlon McBrlde, Hyrum, 20
Christina P. Cooper, Mt. Sterling, 18
Chauncey C. Hess, Fielding, 23
Alice W, Burns, " 21
Aex. W. Archibald, Wellsvllle, 23
Jane .7. Hendry, " 20
Niels Monson, Wellsvllle, 30
Caaoline Ekstrom, " 25
RolliiHox, Grant id. 25
Eda Webster, " - 20
"Frederick Taggart, Lewlston, 25
Eulallc Lcavltt, " 17
William P. Camp, Pleasant View, 23
Violet Draper, Bloom Held N. Mcx. 18
Hyrum S Hulse, Mlllvllle, 4i
MaryY. Graham, " 37
Thomas W. Bennett, Downey Id. 8
Harriet E. Juchaw, " " 20
Ciarencc L. Nelson, Brlghani, 22
Leonora Flshbum' " 22
Jabez Harris, Prestoh, 18
Etta Van Leuvcn, Lewlston, 10
William Lewis, Richmond, 21
Annlo Whitehead, " 21
Lee McLean, Falrvlcw, Id., 22
Claressa CalVeity, Falrview, Id., 22
Earnest W. Pehrson, Logan, 22
Agnes Gabrlelsen, " 10
William II. Shaw, Hyrum, 22
Lillian Thoresen,' " 21
Geo. L. Whittle, Falrvlcw, Id., 25
Callle F. Yeatts, - 2j
Roy Duraant, Franklin, Id., 22
Elizabeth A. Baker, Franklin, Id., 20
G'eo. O. Wallace, Whitney, Id., 10
Agnes R. Swalnston, Whitney, Id., 18
All of tho Corlanton pcoplo. are now
hero and tho first rehcrsal was held
Tho Home Telephone Co. have peti
tioned the City Council of Provo for a
S. C. Parkinson was down from
Franklin today visiting his children
who arc here attending school.
Tho sugar factory will close down
next Wednesday. During the season
they ground up 37,052 tons of beets.
Moses Johnson an actor of some
prominence from Springvlllc Is In
town and will bo given a place In the
new Corlanton cast.
They announce that the rates will
be Just half tho present rates charged
by the R. M. Bell Co. That kind of an
argument will be very apt to capture
Tho train from tho south was an
hour late. It brought up live extra
coaches to accommadatc tho students
going home to spend the holi
days. There were nearly COO left
for home today
Oliver Lclshman was lined $2.50 by
Justice Pcderson for disturbing the
peace at the 0th Ward meeting house
Tuesday evening. The prolmblltles
are that several others will be called
In to answer to a similar charge.
The dam of the skating pond at
the A. C. broke Tuesday morning and
flooded the boiler room and part of
tho basement of tho main building.
The furnace flics were extinguished
and the heating aparatus tied up. As
a result there was no school at the
college during the morning periods.
In the Karron case Judge Booth
gave Mrs. Karrcn the custody of the
two younger children apd ordered
Karrcn to pay $150. per year for their
support. No division of tho property
w as made, the Judge thought best to re
serve his dlcission until the legal com
plications pertaining thereto are
Hon. G. W. Thatcher passed a very
bad night last night, at one time It
was thought that he had passed away
but he rallied again. It Is not thought
that he can last but for a few hours at
the most. Nearly all of the members
of his family are here and his surviv
ing brothers, Moses, John W and
Aaron and his sister Mrs. W. B. Pres
ton. Niels Hansen died at his homo In
Cardstown Saturday last. Mr.Hanscn
was an old resident of this valley. He
was a resident of Logan for many
years and later Bishop of Providence
for several years which position he
occupied at the time of his removal to
Canada- Niels Hansen was a good
honest upright man and we know of
no greater tribute we could pay to
any man. He leaves a large family ,somc
of whom still reside In this county.
The lcmalns were brought from
Canada yesterday and burled at Pres
ton. A large number of friends and
relatives from Logan attended the
Benson and King.
If anyone In Logan wishes to reduce
their fat, I would advise them tp take
a buggy ride Just now over our rough
roads. The lean ones better stay at
home for fear there wouldn't be much
left of them when they return to tho
A Traveler" talks good common
sense In your last Issue on "Our
Roads." Great improvement has been
made In our roads during this year.
This we appreciate .very much, but
what we want now Is about one hun
dred thousand tons of gravel. We dread
to think of the spring time when the
Ice breaks up, down we go. If the com
ing board of commissioners take the
hint and make good roads the people
should keep them In olllce for tho next
twenty j ears. The health of tho peo
ple here Is fairly good1
A building boom has struck Benson
and King. Bishop Pieston will have a
line brick dwelling finished In the
sprlng,also Mr: Berry. Andrew Mtink
has a modern style brick house Just fin
ished, which cost between $l,ooo and
$5,000, fitted with water service, bath
room, closet and lighted with acetlyno
Our schools are well .attended and
good woik is donu by MIss.(jotUa, tho
Benson and Mr. Jesse T. Reese, at the
Rlveisido school. Last year graduates
arc studying this year ut,thc li.Y. and
Some prcpaiatlons for Xmas arc
going on. Benson school will render
a programme on Friday. The Sunday
school primary will entertain the
people on Tuesday next, to conclude
wltli a dance. Much Infciest is taken
In the little ones by Mrs. John Reese,
Prest., Mr. Mrs. Martineau, Mr.
William Catmul, choir leader, Mis.
Howaid Reese, organist, and others.
The old folks' will have a sociable
during tho hollldays, a good jolly time
Is expected, Last, but not least, tho
joung people are limbering up, ready
for the run of dances which will take
place between now and New Years.
Happy Xmas to you Mr. Editor and
subordinates, not ..forgetting the little
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Gift Selection 4?4M I
mere glance at our new stock of fahJE9SxWffliM 1
are as new as the goods, and the B$$IJil 1
prices are new In their lowuess. Wo arc showing 9uUJFk H
entirely new assortments in , HbnHfil
Our name stands for reliable quality and fair price. iulHH H
Cardon Jewelry Co., Logan RSBH
p 4 129 North Main St. I I
Dinner from 1 to 3 p. m., 25c. H
Pish, New York Count LH
mm Oysters served any
Thomas & Oallacher.
Special Attention Given to Watch Redalring. Satisfaction Guaranteed. H
G M. WENDELBOE,
Cast of Tithing Office. Dealer in . H
Fine Jewelry, Watches, Clocks. I
An elegant Supply of CHRISTMAS GOODS on hand. WE CANNOT BE
CALL ON H
Joseph Newbold I
For Clohing, Gentts' Furnishings, Trunks, and Valises,
HE IS CLOSING OUT HIS ENTIRE STOCK CHEAP FOR CASH. H
Joseph Newbold. M
Cache Valley Lumber Yard H
A. L. SKANCHY. DEALER IN H
ALL KINDS B'LD'G MATERIAL AND BUILDING HARDWARE I
CHICKEN FENCING, BOLTS AND SCREWS.
YARDS: SOUTH MAIN STREET, . . LOGAN, ISLAND. H
R. C. Whaync who was killed at
Louisville, Ky., by some unknown
person, was found to carry a life In
surance of $304,000 and had applied for
Seventeen years ago next Wednes
day, II. G. Hayball commenced busi
ness In a small frame building on
Center St. Five or six hundred dol
lars constituted his whole stock In
trade and his rating in Dunns was
so small that they didn't publish the
amount. Dining thoso seventeen
years Mr. Hayball, and Mrs. Hayball
too, for she has worked just as faith
fully and as hard as hcrhusband,havo
gone on slowly and quietly, attend
ing strictly to business, studying the
wants of the people and trying to sup
ply them. And when he had goods he
believed in letting them know It. The
record shows that lie has been one of
the most llbcraladvortlseis in the city,
and he attiibutes much of his success
to this fact, Next "Wednesday the
Hayballs will celebrate. Ten or twen
cleikswill celebrate with them, and
a thousand customers will congiatulatc
"them, and Dunn's New Year book will
read "Good for $100,000.."
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE.
Consult County Clerk or the Respective Sign
crs for further Information. .
In the District Court, Probate Division In and
for Cache County, State of Utah.
notici: to oiti:i)iTons, . ,
Kstntoof Adam SnndU're.ilfceascil,
CmlHori will im'wiit claims wlt)i youclioi-t
to tlin umleMlBiii'd at her rfhUli'iicofat.'Citi
lion, Cacliu County, Utah, on or lJforo tliu
IBtli day of April A. I). 1WJ. ," tl
Dam of tlrst publication, IHi'vsntier UtliSA,
I), llnfi. w
Arlatma Sandlmrir. Administratrix o( tho
estate ot Adam Bamllicrir. ilwoaufd.
U-W J. UJwiihiTii, Attonlry. '
For The H
Next Two Weeks! I
We will sell our entire Stock M
of Ladies' Hats at Greatly H
Reduced Prices M
Ladles' Dress Hats worth $7.50 for $5. M
" $5.00 for $2.50 H
We also have a full line of ,
guaranteed Kid Gloves' at ; t M
about HAL F 1'ltIO E '.'. ify! 'l . H
You will save money by look- ' v f - M
Ing through our stock before .Jfa' . '
purchasing , "1R5, M
The Paris Miliinery I
MRS. MAGGIE DA VI DijON, I'rop'r. jH
Next Door to rostolllce. H
, , in
$3.50 ' I
Royal Blue Shoe I
J 's IS THE SOLE OF IIONX)R. &S
For sale by , 11
James ., Quayle .& (So 'J