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THUR8DAY OCTOBER 3 1912 THE LOG N RE PUBLICAN - PAGE HVB ' Vfll
BB J. W. Morrell Is spending a few
B AfljB in Salt Lake City.
BM t After all there b no beet digger
BB llko the Avery,, sold by the. Sidney
JVCLk SteTcns Implement Co. . ' tf
tof? : i
S Mrs. Nick Donnemort of Kaysvlllc .
B is visiting here, guest of her sisters '
'Mrs. Wilklo II . Blood. j
B Buggies painted, $5.00 nnd up, at
B tho Carriage & Auto Paint Shop on
B South Main street. ol
BB Howard Wlllmoro has succeeded
BB Wesley Haws as driver for tho Amer-
B lean Express Company.
BB The only place to buy guns. Win- ,
B Chester and U. M. C. shells, La
BB Fount Hardware Company. I
B Lost Last week between Main and
BB Fifth ward a. coaloil stovotank. Find-
Bj er kindly return to J. A. Hendrlck
B H m
B Prof, H . C. Hogensen of tho U.
BB A. C. will address -the Mutuals of
B the Logan Third ward in conjoint
BBj session next Sunday evening.
BBJ Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hill return-
BJ ed to their homo In RIverdale, Idaho
BM yesterday after a week's visit with
Bb relatives In Logan.
Bj Walter Olenn 13 spending a few
BBj days In Logan. Ho reports favorably
BB on crops in tho Curlew and Blue
BB Creek valllcs.
IB Mrs. J. A. Jones went to Salt Lake
BB City Monday morning to meet her
B daughter Mrs. Leah W, Pattern of
BB Globe, Arizona, who will visit In Lo-
H gan a few weeks with her mother.
B W. B. Parkinson, Surgeon nii'l
B Physician. Eye, Ear, Nose, and
EH Throat. Glasses fitted scientlflcnlly.
EH Ofilce, Ma'n street, opposite tho Tab-
9B ernacle, tf
Bf Dr. S. B. Thatcher has movod his
IB dental ofllco ,to tho second floor of
-jjjgB. the Howcll-Cardon company "building.
IwS Suite formerly occupied by Dr. O.
'Bf H. Budge. n2
BV The Wilson, one or the leading Ho-
H 'tela of Sa(t Lake City: rates $1.00
H per day and upwards. Music during
H meal hours. Headquarters for Cache
H Valley people.
Lost Brown mule, sucking colt;
H light noso and bellcy; last seen at
Smithfleld. Anyone knowing of tho
whereabouts, notify Geo. Cowley, of
Benson, Utah, and be'rowarded. o2
Tho many friends and patrons of
Dr. S. B. Thatcher should note the
chango in location of his dental of
fices. He now occupies the corner
suite on tho second floor of tho How
ell Cardon company building on Main
and First North.
Logan, Utnh is beginning to take
high rank. Tho beautiful display of
tho Borden Condensed Milk Company
at tho Utah State Fair Is showing un
der the Inscription "Borden Conden
sed Milk Factory Logan, Utah, and
New York City.
Ono of tho finest exhibits at tho
County Fair was that made by tho
"Boys' Potato Club" of tho county
schools, nnd tho public will bo Inter-
ested In knowing that tho choicest
' boxes of tubers there shown are now
on exhibition at tho State Fair In
Mnny of tho members of tho Lo-
flj gah military band returned homo
BJ from Salt Lake Tusday evening. Tho
BJ boys received fine treatment and con-
Blderablo recognition while In tho
capital nil of which reflects great
jfl credit on our city and county.
jl MARRIAGE LICEN8ES
gS County Clerk It. W. James has '.'!
ijgL. sued marrtago licenses this week to
(5jPst tho following couples:
m William It. Pugmlro nnd-Elva IUch,
g both of St. Charles, Idaho.
a John W. George, Naf, Idaho, and
M Mary E. Young, Brldgo, Idaho.
H George M. Wchman of Toton City,
fl Idaho, and Hazel A. Hill of Ora,
1 EXCURSIONS TO LETH-
I BRIDGE, CANADA
(B Octobor 1G, 17, and 18, via Oregon
1 Short Line, limit November 14. Ac-
jf count of Interna'tlon Dry Farming
IP, Congress. Boo agents for rateB and
B further particulars. " ol8
Coach Joe Jenson of the B. Y. U.
yesterday began training his basket
ball team. I
Wanted A good girl to do gener-.l
housework. Apply 290 WcBt Center
The Cache Stake Relief Society of
ficers meeting will bo postponed un
til November. LUCY S. CARDON,
Lost Red and white cow, dehorned
and has heart in forehead. Notify
Mr. Nlelson, 357 North. First East
and bo rewarded.
Prof. C. II. Skldmore formerly of
tho H. Y. College, who was recently
appointed superintendent of the Salt
Lake county schools, Granite school
district, on Monday of this week be
gan work In his official capacity.
3TRIKE 18 CALLED
IN ELY MINES
(Continued rrom pago one)
ed that a strike bo called.
Many American miners are prepar
ing to leavo Ely. It Is said that many
are not In sympathy with the strike
but will go out with tho others pre
ferring to leave the district rather
than participate in tho labor fight.
Nevada Camp Quiet
Ely Is quiet. No disorders have
been reported. Charles Moyer presi
dent of the Western Federation of
Miners, who is at Ely, declined to
make a statement last night to the
make a statement last night.
Tho Ely miners are striking for an
Increase of flfy cents a day In wage
the samo demand made by the Bing
ham copper mines now on strike. In
th case of tho Ely miners as In the
case of their brethren at Bingham, an
advance of twenty-live cents a day
was offered by tho mining companies.
In both cases tho miners havo insist
ed upon the granting of their origi
Labor leaders at Bingham when in
formed of tho decision of their Ne
vada brethren nsserted that tho movo
wna important In tho fight they are
waging against tho operators and ex
pressed tho belief that tho strike
would next spread to tho mining"
properties at Chlno, N. M. and at
Tho Montana-Bingham mine at tho
local camp closed down yesterday.
Tho decision of. tho operators said
M. T. Miller, superintendent, was
occasioned by business depression. It
employed twenty men and was not
affected by the strike.
m OPTICIAN PI HER TO
GIVE HIMHJPJTO HEW LOVER
Denver, Oct. 1. A suit for $1800
was filed In the county court hero to
day against the estate of Arta Agnew
principal owner of the Columbian Op
tical company of this city, with
branch offices in Salt Lake, by Miss
Ora Bramhall, who recites In her
complaint that Agnow lived with her
as husband for twelve years until ho
met and fejl In lovo with Mrs. Ber
tha Buchanan, widow of n wealthy
lumbor dealer, whom ho married In
Salt Lake City, November 1, 1011.
Trior to the marriage with tho
Buchanan woman Agnow told Miss
r.ramliall, acco-dlng to the complaint
of tho transfer of his affections and
entered Into n contract on November
a, 1910, to pay $G0OO to tho woman
who had helped him amass a fortune
$1,000 nt thto time tho contract was
signed, tho balanco In monthly instal
ments of $100. According to the suit
(hero is yet $1800 unpaid, for wh'ci
Miss Bramhall Is suing. When she
ulgned tho contract Miss" Brauihull
relinquished all her legal clalniB upon
Apnew except those contnlned In 'ho
Instrument. Agnew was estimated to
be worth $100,000 at tho time of his
Mothers who spend tho night with
a sick baby appreciate tho holp thoy
iget from McGeo'a Baby Elixir; espo-
Iclttlly In hot weather. It qulota fever
and Irritation, soothes the stomach,
I checks tho bowels and helps both
I mother and child to obtain sloop and
.rest. Price 25c and 50o per bottlo.
Sold' by Rlter Bros Drug Co.
Chock a cough or cold In the lungs
beforo It develops a serious caso.
I Ballard's Horehound Syrup Is an ef
fective remedy for all soreness or
, congestion In the lungs or air pas
sagos. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Bold by Rlter Bros Drug Co.
ESSAYS ON REAL
In order to encourage members of
the "Boys' Potato Clubs' of the
Cache county schools the Logan Re
publican offered a $10 prize for pa
pers written on the subject. The pa
pers havo been submitted to tho
county school authorities and under
their direction wero judged on merit.
In their order the winners were
Karl Gordon of Smithfleld, first prize;
Thomas Murray of Wellsvllle, second
prize, and Byron Smith of 'Smithfleld
The Intention was to publish only
tho paper receiving first prize but
on account of special merit that re
ceiving Bccond is also reproduced below.
HOW MY POTATOE8'
Tho following Is an essay written
by Earl Gordon, Smithfleld, Utah,
aged 13 years old:
Tho land on which my potatoes
were grown is a gravely loam upon
which beets wero grown last year.
This land .was not plowed last fall.
When I got it it had been manured
with ten loads of barnyard manure.
I plowed It on tho first of May, im
mediately after plowing I harrowed
three times; twice with tho teeth set
to Irlng clods to top, and onco with
teeth tilted back to break up clods.
I then leveled It going over once.
On the twentieth of May I marked
it with beet cultivator, making marks
as guido for furrows, thirty inches
apart. May twelfth, I selected ten
bunhels of medium sized smooth po
tatoes for seed, May 13. I dipped
the seed in a solution of llmo acd
sulphur, made by using 30 lbs. sul
phur and 8 lbs. llmo to 100 gallons
of water, to prevent scab. I Cut so- 1
on Mny 13, cutting longthwlse of tho
potato, May 14,jl planted twelvo ios
C23 feet lqng and 3 Inches apart. In
planting I used ono horse on n twelve
Inch shovel plow. Tho horse Wow
ed tho marks already mado by brei
cultivator, making furrows from four
to six Inches deep. I dropped my net
In furrow about twelve Inches apart,
nnd covered with cultivator, then har
rowed and leveled the land.
June 4, I harrowed the land, giv
ing over It twice. June 18, harrowed
thoroughly, going over twlco. Juno
20, hoed my potatoes. Juno 27, cul
tlvated between tho rows. Juno ,i'J
made furrows between rows for r
rlgatlon, using a twelvo Inch shovel
plo.v, nnd hilling up as much ns pos
sible. July 1, watereU In eveo' sec
ond row, so It Just run on ono :ld-?
of each row. July 9, watered In th'
rows that were left closed on tho V
July 12, cultivated with potato c il
tlvator with hlllcr attachments on
July 13, hnnd pulled all the weeds I
could find. July 20, "watered In cv
ery row. August 2, watered In oveiy
row. August 10, watered In nvory
row. Hailstorm on August 27. kill "1
nil the vines. I dug the potatoes oi
September 1C, 17, 18, and 19. Plowed
thf-m out with ordinary hand i.low.
I raised 10,647 saleable potatoes
and 1,318 small ones on th' bn'f
-HOW THE CROP WAS GROWN
Tho following is an essay written
by Thomas B. Murray, of Wellsvllle.
Tho ground was prepared for tho
crop on May 10, tlmo required 4
hours. Ground was manured tho
year before,, limo required two days
Potatoes planted. May 13, tlmo re
quired G hours. Potatoes came up
f-om tho 24th to tho 30th of May.
Out of the 5,800 sets planted, about
100 failed to como up. Tho reason
they failed to como up was most of
mem rotted becnuso of tho dampness
of tho soil. Potatoes grow lino all
the tlmo and wero not bothered by
blight, but by the neighbors' chick
ens injured some of tho tubers con
siderable. A week after tho potatoes camo up
thoy woro harrowed to kill weeds
and losen soil, tlmo tnken, 2 hours:
potatoes cultivated and hoed Juno
15th, time tnken, 5 hours; i i'--hoed
agn n July 2, timo taken, 3
hours; potatoes began to bloom July
18, contlmif I to bloom until tho 15th
Potatoes furrowed up July 14th, tlmo
taken, 1 hour; Irrigated July IS, time
taken, 4 hours; Irrigated continu
ously nbout overy ten days until tho
August 25, tlmo tnken each tlmo 3
hours; potatoes furrowed up nnd cul
tivated threo times after first Irriga
tion, tlmo tnken 1 hour. Potato
vines began to wlthor and dry dp
about August 20. The samplo was
dug September 23, tlmo required !
hours; time taken to Jlok tho potat
oes over and wrap and park thorn
was 4 hours.
Woman loves a clear, rosy com
plexion. Burdock Blood Blttors, puri
ties tho blood, clears the skin, re
stores ruddy, sound health.
I can locato you on a cholco Smoot
Homestead In Box Elder County.
Cheap; just like finding It. Under
cultlvat'on the land will be worth
from $3000 to $5000. Call at this ofilce
for detailed Information.
T. h. Parke, Murrayvllld". da.,
Route 1, Is In his 73rd year, and Vras
recently cured of n bad kidney and
bladder trouble Ho says hlnuelf: "I
hnve suffered with my kidneys. My
back ached and I was annoyed with
olnddcr Irregularities. 1 can trui
ly say, ono 50c bottlo of Foley Kid
ney Pills cured mo entirely." Thoy
contain no habit forming drugs.
MORMON CONFERENCE, NA-
TIONAL IRRIGATION CON
GRES3 AND STATE FAIR
Salt Lako City, September-October
1912. Excursions via Oregon Short
Line. TIckctB on snlo from points
north of Ogden, September 29 to Oc
tober C, inclusive, limited to October
15. See agents for rates and further
7 BURK'S BIG """j H
Uncle Tom's Cabin Company H
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UNDER A PALACE PAVILLION THEATER J JBbWJ
I More men, women nnd children! Moo Horses, more pontes, more don- ! VaB&BJ
tkcys. The largest pack of Siberian blood hounds. B IbhBbI
Concert bnnd nnd Symphony orchestra Watch for big Street Parado I BBflfl
Will exhibit at Logan, Saturday night Oct. t, Smithfleld, Oct 4, Rich- f HfBB
I mond Oct. 3, Franklin, Oct. 2, Wellsvllle, Oct. 1. iBFBfl
9 Grand Exhibition on Show Grounds Near Woodruff School at 7 p. m. , BBBvJ
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1 Saturday Special a
S Dresses Dresses Dresses l I
n Most remarkable Sale we have ever given. Entire lin: of Dresses at two Prices. K Bfl
S All Dresses All Dresses
up to $15.00 Qotne Esrfv aues to $25.00 M
8 Your Choice Your choice jg H
S gpmm mmmr No Exchanges - . H
( $7.75 $13. 75
I GampbeI's Smart Shopp 1 I
Lo&an's Economy Store I
The H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co. I
5155 (Benter Street Logan B
You had better profit by these low prices. Special sale of Blankets and Comforts. We M
have a tremendous line ofjboth Blankets and Comforts, and now is the time for you to BBJ
I buy same if you wish to take part in the tremendous savings. Below you will find jB
prices quoted, such as have never before been given. M
COMFORTS WOMEN'S SILK WAISTS B
$2.50 Comforters, Sllkolenc, covered and filled with Regular $3,50 special in this Bale, each ....$2.15 H
puro whlto cotton, always $2.50; special sale prlco DRESS GOODS
Each S1.00 All Wool Dress Goods Including Serges, Whip Cords jB
(2.00 Comforters, special In this sale at . ...S1.45 .Batistes, and nil Fancy Mixtures, special during ifl
$0.00 Comforters, specinl in this Bale, each.. S4. 45 this snle at 20 per cent discount. ,BApJ
All other Blankets and Comforters reduced in A beautiful lino of Ladles, Misses and Children's ABB
proportion. . . Coats, Ladles and Misses Norfolk Jackets, all now H
SHAKER FLANNELS goods just arrived, wo placo them on salo this BJ
Shaker Flannels with good heavy nap, cream and week at special dUcount prices. H
whlto, always 10c; In tnjs special sale, yard..7V.iC CRIB BLANKETS jB
OUTING FLANNELS 100 Cradlo Crib Blankets in fancy designs, Butter- Bfl
V 10c quality, light and daik shades; special In this fly, Polar Bear, Train, Boy, etc; In this specinl iB
jalo at, per yard 7',tc salo, each 50c BBJ
I BLANKETS 54-INCH SCOTCH MANNI8H SUITING Bfl
Cotton Blnnkets, regular prlco $1.75; special sale $2.50 valup for SI .05 BBfl
Q prlco S1.35 Fabrics In greatest oruo for Suits, Coats, Tailored BH
Cotton Blankets, regular prlco $1.40; bin fill salo Skirts, etc. An nttractlvo assortment including B&BJ
prlco S1.10 Monotone, Grnnlto weaves, and all tho popular col- fl
Woolnnp Blankets, regular $3.50; special s alo orlngs; special In this snle, pcr.ynrd . ...SI .79 Bfl
prlco S2.05 GREAT CLEARING OF MEN'S SHIRTS BB
Woolnnp Blankets, extra size, regular prlco $4.50; $t,50 and $2.00 Values. In smart Negllgeo nnd BBJ
5 special salo prlco $3.95 Dress Styles nil size In tho lot, while thoy last tn BVB
1 BLEACHED MUSLIN this special salo, cai'.t 75c 1 BBj
8 Dleachcd Muslin yard wide, always 0c; n this Ml $1.00 Shirts at 59c B
special Bale, per yard dc All $1.25 Shirts nt G9c N BB
1 Hundreds of yards of Remnants of Whlto CooiIb, MEN'S NECKTIES I BH
5 Wash Goods, Glnglmms and Pcrcnles In th s specinl Tho kind you pay 40c and 50c. for ctsowncro; special M flBJ
salo. Prices Next to Nothing. In this snle, 2 ror 35c I BB
H 27-INCH MESSALINE SILKS MEN'S AND BOYS UNDERWEAR 1 JBJ
(1.00 quality. Beautiful quality Mcbsallnc Silks in All going at special salo prices this week. BjH
1 a. wldo rango of tho most wanted colorings tnclud- MEN'S OVERALLS BB
I Ing navy, black, brown, etc. A big bargain tnblo Extra heavy 9 ounco Unlonmado Overalls, all sizes flfl
u full In this special sale at, per yard G9c every pair guaranteed, special per pair 75c BR
1 $1.25 Black MesBallno Silk 36 Inches wldo, goo' FURS. FURS. B
M Arm weave, oxtra b'nw nnd of rich lustre, beet Ladles, MIssos ond Children's Furs in this weeVa H
1 $1,25 value; special, per yard 90c ia1o at 20 per cent off.
I Groceries and Fruit Jnrs. Tuy your Groceries nnil Fruit Jars here, where you save money. Get BH
15 ope of our Price Lists and be convtscod that v hat vie sar Is correct. BB