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Thursday VnrM o. iSlt H
y ' ' THE L00.AN REPUBLICAN ' M
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p THE SECRET 1
I OF WEALTH .1
. "The bin In filled
with llttlo grains
And riches grow
from little gains.'
If you want to grow wealthy
you must save your money In or
A der to be able to take advantage
of the business and Investment
, Opportunities that sooner or In
fer vlll curely present themselvjs.
Prosperity dates from the first
dollar caved.
Nino-tenths of the big fortunes
had their beglnnlgs In small sav
ings. A cavlngs account Is a storage
battery charged with the current
of success.
The lack of money Is the root
cf much evil.
4 Per Cent Paid
On Savings
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co.
f Capital And Surplus,
I $195,000 J
3 Some Good
I Buys
3x9 rods, West Center St..
termn, price, $750.00 K
4x9 rods near I). Y. C, terms, I
price, 11000.00. 1
10 acres orchard land, full 9
water right. Installment plan, H
price, 1200.00. "
New 4-room house, corner lot,
SxlO rods, close In, terms,
price, $1600.00,
There are other good buys on
the list.
H. S. HATCH
SUCCESSOR 1
: Hatch & Wilde
SEALED DIDS.
Will bo received by tho city record'
cr up to 1 p. m. April 19th, for the
leasing of the City l'ark pasturo to,
ono j car. All bids must bo nccoii.,inh
led by certified check of G per t.enl.
ALBERT DERNTSON,
JOHN T. CAINE, Jr.
LORIN A MERRILL'.
Committee on public grounds. 3t
i
' The Eternal Feminine.
A llttlo girl has been attending n
chool that h new to her.
She was asked If she had met an
other little girl who was n pupil In the
same school.
"Oil. yen," she icpllcd, "she spoko to
me the first day I wni there."
"And what Old nhq say?"
"Why, situ said, 'Does my peltlcoat
Oiow' "-JWn
Trousers In England,
Strange though It may nppenr ( tho
present generation, it neciim th.it trou
sers when drat Introdticeil Into Kug
land were regarded as anything hut n
mark of respectability. In the original
trust deed, drawn up hi 1S20, of
Bethel chapel, Cambridge street, Shef
fleld.'therc was a clause containing tho
following prohibition: "Under no cir
cumstances whatever shall any preach
er bo nllQwed to occupy tho pulpit who
wears trousers." It Is scarcely neces
sary to ndit that kueo brooches and
gaiters wero then the correct attire.
Quite For.
"IIo has uueb a faroll expression."
"Maybe that's because of his distant
manner." Baltimore American.
Tho Thrifty Swiss.
Beggars ore few in Switzerland, and
four-llfths of t.ho adults thero havo
bank accounts.
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
Wanted GO setting hens Immedia
tely. Bell phono 111R. tf
HOUSE, BUGGY, HARNESS, WAG
ou, etc., for sale; cheap, Phono Am
erican express office. tf
A good rellablo girl wanted for gen
eral housework. Recommendations aro
required. Apply 333 West First North.
tf
TQU SALE Good, sound work
horses at reasonablo prions, .M.chae'
Johnson, Ind.' Tel.' 199 1fA."
FOR SALE Ono second hand John
Dcero hand plow,' ono set of steel
harrows, ono white top spring buggv.
Apply to C. nailing. 31C So. Mnlu.l
Logan.
M OUR REGULAR PRIGES M;
' Lower than Others at Sale Prices.
K& Cc Sundown Plus, 2 pkgs 5c CK-
jpP fie Safety Plna, 2 pkgs 5c J
V m rc Pearl Butons, 3 doz 5c . j
As. J. and P. Coats Darning Cot ton, regular 2 for 5 Our" JkR
N Price .. . for 5c M.
P 20c Comb's, extra good 15c -f
, 85c Keep Clean Hair Brush 40c others got a dollar.
JL $1.00. Ideal Rubbersot Hair nrush 85c JjOZ
fto. Standard American Calicos... 5c NXK-
jTA Standard LL Shooting 5c f
. Hope Muslin O l-3c v
JL Apron Check Ginghams S He AJ
JS- H, C. Co. Special Ulnghnm 10c "OWJ.
)T 30c Inch Irish Llnottos 10c TC
V ). 30 Inch Holly Batiste 20c v
Bench Bonnets, lnrge fllao 10.C JJtT
Jo. 25c and 35c "Sultan" Hosu 12 12c 3&fft
)T 25c Monnen's Talcum. Powder 15c j .
. 25c ColgatoH Talcum Powder 15c .
J 50 DOZEN LADIES' SUMMER' VESTS. JUk
dNS Best values ever offered worth 20o each. Full tapped gOg.
vA sleeveless. A
No. 18033 Vests for c f
No. 1818 2 Vesta for z C
Ladles' Homo Journal Quarterly Stylo Book n' O.
ready. Ono iCoputtorn free with every book. J
1 SEE OUR LADIES' FOOTWEAR FOR ALL OCC' f
jy HOWELLARDON GO. j
Please No, 48 & 99 At Our Expense
Telephone Beli Ind All News
James Frew of Pioston, Idaho, wns
a I.ogan visitor Tuesday.
Foi' sale, an extra good work horso
Horton Hammond, Providence, Utah.tf
Andrew Toolson anil wlfo of Mill
vlllo, wdre In I.ogan Tuesday.
Policeman ISnra ICamcs went down
to Salt I.ako on ti business trip Tues
day. For sale-Full blooded English set
tor pups. Apply Bowling alley, tf
Evergreens 30 per cent off for 30
days at I.ogan Nursery. Bell phono
9SZ. tf
10,000 second hand brick for sale,
Inqulro Howell-Cnrdon company.
Dr. John A.-Wldtsoo will deliver a
lecture beforo the Parents 'ciass of
tho Seventh ward next Sunday morn
ing .
For sale. Good second hand buggy
and harness. Apply nt This offlcn.
w '
Tho regular monthly convention of
the Cacho Stnko Religion classes will
be held at tho B. Y. collego next Sun
day at 2 p. m.
Dr. C. H. Brlmhall Housewives
should read tho testimonials of Dr
G. H. Brlmhall regarding Uncle
Sam's Cleanser. Notice their ad else
where. The first hcatH in tho Inter-class
track meet nt tho B. Y; college took
place yesterday afternoon. Tho clas
ses are enthusiastic and are giving
solid support to their representatives.
Meet contlnuo today at 3:40.
The Wjlson, one of, the leading Ho
tels of Salt Lake City; rates $1.00 per
I day and upwards. Music during meal
I hours. Headquarters for .Cache .Val
ley people.
General Superintendent Horace 'H.
Cummlngs of tho Church schools, vis
Ited tho It. Y. yesterday. He addressed
the Mtiideutu at chapel after which he
spent the day visiting classes.
Now Is the time to kill out Juno
glass In iilfnlfii. Get a Lacrosse disc
harrow. They are specially adapto I
for this kind of work and aro for
sale by the Sidney Stevens Iinple
nient Co
WE CAN MEET YOUR DEMAND
FOR WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK
OF GROCERIES, SHOES, DRY
GOODS AND CLOTHING AT PRI
CES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU.
JOHN H. ANDERSON'S STORE, a 22
m
Ono drunk appeared before Justice
Brungham Monday, Not having a sat
isfactory oxcuso, the Judge Imposed a
110 feo and allowed him to languish
ten days In the city bastlle until his
behavior was good. s
That was a great footrace tho other
day .between the howling alloy and
tho Cosy corner bakery. Grlce of tho
alloy challenged " 'Arry" Bradbury to
a race round the block, 'Arry Bald:
"Gawd, eh kin. bate yo easily." The
bakery man peeled -his coat and they
)oth got away even. Well, you have
heard of the fable of tho hare and
the tortoise, w6H the hare won this
time, and 'Arry was the hare tho
bowling alloy man waddled homo Just
a block behind. Grico had to put up
twelve teo-bono Bteak suppers, as we
aro told as a result f his physical ex
ercise. Tho distance wns around a
city block.
Parley, dunned, merchant from Hy
rum, was In tho city yesterday.
Fred Alder, the Insurance man of
Salt Lake City, was n Logan visitor
Tuesday.
, " ' ' '
Sojrthptfo $20.00 SultB for J12.G0 In
NcwlibjUl'fl window, for ona wcok
only.
V '
Mltfsfllla Hlgbey of Newton, Is in
LoRauf visiting with rolntlvcs nnd
frlendl.r N
1 ,
FOR SALE ToamB, harness and
wagons at 193 E. Fourth North St.,
Saturday, April 22, by Frank Dahlc.
n22
Bids will bo entertained for rent
of 1G 'acres of pasturo lnnd, noar City
park;-for season. B. F. Rltor. tf
- - r
Any kind of a whlto wnsh brush
you want from 25c to $0.00 nt Rltor
Bros. Drug Co.
Marvin llolllngsworth of Preston,
Idaho, brought his llttlo 11-year old
daughter to bo opcrai'ed upon for np
pendlcltl's at ono of tho locnl hospitals
Sunday. From Inst reports tho llttlo
girl Is getltng along nicely..
Frank A Reynolds, M. D., Practice
limited to eye, cor.xnoso nnd throat.
Offlco, Howcll-Cardon bldg. Both
phones. my
Mr. Ell Katz, icprcsentnlng Daube,
Colin & Co., tho grent clothing firm
of Chicago, III., makers of the high
class Harvard cIoUicb and those In
comparable boys clothes, tho Hercu
les brnnd, wns a Lognn business visi
tor Tuesday.
w
Slxtii ward bazaar today nnd Fri
day ."I pr ni. and 7:30 p m. All articles
made by members of tho Y. L. M. I.
Av and sold for the mere cost of ma
terials. Chlldrens' aprons, Blzes 3 to
17 sell for $1.00 to $2.50. Women's
house dresses, kimonos, aprons, dress
ing Hiichueu, underskirts and numer
ous nt her useful articles. Admission
free. ( n20
nn
Hon. Lyman R. Martlneau of Salt
Lake City, came to Logan to attend
the "Mocking Bird" at the Brlgham
Young Collego. While not desiring to
knock his home town In the least
Lyman remarked to a representative
of this paper that the opera was bet-1
ter than a great mnny one dollar
nnd one dollar and a half shows at
8alt Lake City.
Next Sunday nt the First ward Par
ents' class tho Des Moines Plnn of
Government will be explained. This
commission form of government will
begin In Logan City Jnnunry Ist.i
1912, when the present ten council
men and the mayor will discontinue'
In offlco and a commission of threol
will take full charge of the nffalrs of
.the city engaging all tho help neces-.
sary, such a city marshal, policeman,'
recorder, road supervisor, water mas
ter, etc.
.
Tuesday afternoon the residence of
Arthur aBteson wns entered by nn I
unknown man, Along about 5:30 his
little boy saw a man In overalls on. I
tcr the house; No ono being homo but i
hijiibelf, the little fellow seized n '
broom and went after the maurauder.
On getlng insido he saw tho fellow
In the mlddlo of Ihe room. Ho holler
ed nt the mnn. who being stnrtled
made a dlvo for the window, tearing
h piece of his overalls as ho went
through. Tho fellow wns not captured
but Is a dark man of medium height.
Mr Robert Anderson la in Idaho
on business.
m
Mr. John P. Toolson, ox-county treas
urer v. as In Logon on business during
tho week , ,
Mrs. Martin Ilnll of Salt Lake City
Is visiting with her sisters tho Misses
Edith and Olive Hendricks of Rich
mond. Mr. Olof Nelson, formerly one of
Logans most popular barbers, nnd
late of Salt Lnko City, was In Lognn
yestordny. Mr. Nelson has been runn
ing tho Orphoum hotel In Salt Lako
city for somo time past, but has now
decided to go to Idaho to engnge In
business.
H. E. Coles, of the KHas
Morris and Sons Co., of Salt
Lnkc City is now erecting a
beautiful luonnnient in the
city cemetery for the family
of Jens Johansen. The monu
ment is of the best American
Granite, the base of which
weighs 2300. Completed the
monument wjll stand about
six feet high and is topped
with an 800 pound granite
boll.
Sunday Closing at the .
Logan Post Office
Following n vory strong entinienl
throughout the country In favor of
closing post offices on Sunday, in
ovldonced " hy Humorous peLlWri
from business men and organizations,
nnd also tho general, public nnd by tluv
comments of the press, PoaMiniucv
Odell announces that the dnpartinoul
11 as authorized tho plan to be placed
In (.pt'rntlon at Logan. Tluiofore, lie
I'linlg next Sunday, April tho' 23rd,
the delivery of mnll through the enr
rler windows will ho illscuntliuio.l on
Sunday.
Patrons having lock boxes w "M re
ceive their mnll ns heretofore, and
porhons r.m'iipntlng tho recoli)'., of
t'Tgent mall can nrrnnga to have sumo
ihdiveied to them on Sundays upui
payment of the prescribed fee for
Bpechil delivery service.
o ' '
Social Given to
Stake Authorities
A very pleasant function wns given
to members of the stake presidency
Inst evening In the M. I. A. room o'
tho Preston building. Tho evening wiib
spent in dancing mid listening to n
fine program rendered by various
members of tho stake. There were
200 people present nnd a very enjoy
able tlmo wns spent. The function was
given by the bishops of all the Logan
wurds and the btBhops of Greenville
nnd River Heights.
The following program waB render
ed: Prayer Blshoji Oscar Hlce
Speech of welcome, Bishop Anton
Anderson
Solo Mrs. Llnnnrtz
Speeches wero then delivered by
retiring Presidents Isaac Smith, N.
W. Kimball and Joseph E. Garden,
Fluto solo Hnrry Fnrr
Speeches by Pros, Serge F. Bulllf,
Oliver Budge and Jos. E. Qulnney, Jr.,
of the new stnko presidency.
Solo by Miss Norn Eliason.
Tho committee of arrangements
consisted of Bishop Anton Anderson,
BIhIiop Jos. E. Wilson and Bishop
Jos. Newbold.
o
' ADVERTISED LETTERS.
I-ognn, April 18. Tho following let
ters are unclaimed at this office. Un
less called for within 14 days they
will be sent to the dead letter office
at Washington, D. C:
Boyer, Mr. W. J.
Maughan, Irvln
Smith, Miss Mel ha
Joseph Odell, Postmaster
o
A New Proverb.
No man Is a hero to his own nlnrm
dock. Hnrvnnril lampoon,
HOW'S THIS7 ' H
H
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars IU H
ward for uny caso of Catarrh that cnu M
not bo cured by Hull's Catarrh Curcac-
'' F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O , . H
Wo, tho Undersigned hnvo known K
J. Cheney for tho InBt 15 years, nnd 1
bellovo him perfectly honorable hi all ' M
business transactions, nnd financially M
nblo to carry out any obligations made M
by his firm. Waldlng, Kliinnn & Mar- M
vln, Wholesale Druggusts, Toledo, O. H
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is takon Inter- H
nnlly, acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho systom. H
Testimonials sent free. Prlco, 7Cc per H
bottlo Sold by nil druggists. H
Take Hall's Family PIlhTfor conotl- H
H
The Logan Elevator
Is now prepared to clean seed wheat H
i
and nil kinds of Bccd. , my2 ' H
LOCK 'EM OUT H
Hiram Hnyrick (at the country U
store) I hoo thct this hero Panama M
canal Is gain' to bo n lock canal. s M
Jonas Meadows Thct's good. Then fl
thoy kin lock thet.o denied furrlnor . M
MILL 21 fji
IX ! M
WE MAY NOT I
I Be the Nearest I M
' Q Druggist to you I M
But we will try I 'M
5 to come the i H
S nearest to pleas- tM
ingyou. . . . f H
NawiM--i-!r
CO-OP DRUG' CO. jl
THE. PRESCRIPT ON STORE 14 W. Center ! H
SuiAcl 1
pSTERLING '
III Saxon Pattern
lLJj Will be chcrislied by ,H
w future generations. jH
i Jl Deiign and Finish H
Unsurpused ,H
I An investment that i
II will never depre- '
i mm,h) h'Aj Co. I
HI fl lJ!' iL-i $&
I 'ill
THE SPRING LEAR7NBE SALE I
IT ELlnSON SISTERS

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