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I SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1912 THE L0QAN REPUDHOAN ' AoHlVflfB
B Mrs. W. T. Knowlcs Is spending
B a tew days in Salt Lake.
SB
jH Money la getting tighter, even In
ij "dry" towns.
I Mrs. Sarah Ballard loft yesterday
morning for Salt Lake to attend con
ference. Atter nil there s no beet digger
like "tho Avery, sold by tho Sidney
Stevens Implement Co. tf
Mr. James McMurrln came up
from Salt Lako Wednesday for a few
days stay.
Tho only placo to buy guns, Win
chester and U. M. C. shells, La
Fount Hardware Company.
Mrs. Aqullla Nebekcr Is visiting In
Salt Lake, guest of Mr. and Mrs. N.
Warrum on South Temple street.
Buggies painted, $5.00 and up, at
tho Carriage & Auto Paint Shop on
South Main street. ol
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Peterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peterson return
ed homo last evening from a week's
stay In Salt Lake.
Lost Last week between Main nnd
Fifth ward a coaloll stove tank. Find
er kindly return to J. A. Hendrick
son. x
Jlphtwatchman DaVId Drysdalo is
.v.'s'tlng in Provo and Salt Lake.
Mrs. Wm'. H. Thaln went to So it
Lako ycstcii'&y for a few days sU.
W. B. Parkinson, Surgeo.i and
Physician. .Eye, Ear,' Nose, and
Throat. Glasses fitted scientifically.
Offlco, Main street, opposite the Tab
ernacle, tt
Reuben Zimmerman, for several
years a student at tho B. Y. College
Is In Logan making preparations to
leave next week for a mission to Ger
many. The Wilson, one or the lesdlno Ho
tels of Salt Lake City: rates $1.00
per day and upwards. Music during
meal hours. Headquarters for Cache
Valley people.
Two modern homes near B. Y. C.
for sale at a sacrifice. Address C.
H. Skldmore, 164 South Main street,
Salt Lako City, or call upon C. Fred
Schado, 168 South First West street,
Logan. olO
Just because ho was a conference
bug and was attending, to duties in
the capitol on Tuesday was no good
reason for Shamhart being read out
of tho Bportlng columns In Cache
county, as evidenced by the record
he established Immediately upon his'
rpturn. Thursday morning, armed
with his 20 gauge, ho went to tho
Benson sloughs and In less than three
hour. killed the limit, 25 ducks, and
in addition, one goose.
Oct your winter supply of onio.is
at 50 cents per bushel. Phone 14SZ.
oS
If a man should take no heed for
tho morrow why should he discount
tho future?
Wanted A good girl to do general
housework. Apply 200 West Center
street. o5
Mr. George' Dahlo came over from
his farm in Blue Creek Thursday eve
ning. The Cache Stake Relief Society of
ficers meeting will bo postponed un
til November. LUCY S. CARDON,
President.
Rev. Mork from Salt Lake City will
preach at the M. E. church Sunday.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 12 m.
Lost Red and white cow, dehorned
nnd has heart in forehead. Notify
Mr. Nlelson, 3D7 North First East
and bo rewarded.
NephI L. Morris is scheduled to
speak at Smlthfle'd Monday evening.
Louis Larsen will speak at Richmond
on the same evening.
In the Fifth wnrd meeting house
Sunday, October C at 7 o'clock the
following program will be rendered:
Reading Mrs. George Moench.
Vocal Solo Miss Ethel Jcnson.
Address Lon J. Haddock.
At the Seventh ward church en
Suw'.ay evening, October- G commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock tho following pro
(train will be given by tho Y. M and
Y. L. M. I. A.:
Vocal Solo Miss Inez Thaln,
Plans solo Veba Crockett,
Talk S. B. Mitton.
The Progressive paHy headquart
ers have been opened at "23" West
First North, Logan. Casting no re
flections upon the diet of the Bull
Moosers, an Inspection yesterday of
tho rear rooms of the new quarters
revealed stock in trade to the extent
of one wagon load of cabbage.
BOY KILLS MOTHER
WHO PUNISHES HIM
Pocatello, Idaho, Oct. 3. Becuiso
his mother Inflicted punishment be
cause he would not assist at the fam
ily washing today a 12-year-old boy
by the name of Whltnker, residing
near St. Anthony, blow off the tOD of
his mother's head with shotgun and
then calmly reloaded and rode away,
threatening the same fate for those
who tried to catch him.
Tho father leaving homo for his
work this morning, told the boy to
help his mother with the washing.
After considerable pleading witn the
boy to do the work the mother rotor
led to some punishment with i light
switch. The boy rushed toward the
In making your selection of Matresses, Pillows. Com
forts or Blankets, the first thought should be How and
tfi under what conditions are they made?
ff Call and let us explain Pure Wool Blankets, Fluffy
Down Pillows, Pure Felt Mattresses, Cotton and Wool
B Comforts;
I Ideal Rest For Stormy Nights
The Famous Sealy Mattress Guaranteed 20 Years
I Wm. Edwards furniture
g "Let us Feather Your Nest''
I V- )
louse, saying, "You win nover whip fj
mo again," or words to Uiat effect
eefzed tho shotgun, loaded both bar
nils, and, coming out, met his moth
er and fired both Inirela full In her
face. The whole top of her head w.n
blown nwny. The boy then reloaded
1 u gun and ind away. A possj is
in pursuit. U Is feared that the boy
means to kill anyone who may loitio
In contact with him and moro Mood
shea is anticipated beforo he Is cap
tured. The entire section of the country Is
tlrlcVen witn horror over tho mattt-Ide.
BIG PROGRAM
FORJMCLELLAN
Saturday's Tabernacle Event Arous
ing Wide Interest
Tho program committee in charge
of tho testimonial to be tendered
Prof. J. J. McClellan In the Salt
Lako , Tabernacle this evening
completed the list of numbers Thurs
day. Tho program is fully up to tho
expectations of those who have look
ed forward to one of the most elab
orate programs yet presented In Utah.
Tho fact that Prof. McCIellan's own
composition the "Odo to Irrigation,"
has been given a prominent placo on
the program has been commented up
on very favorably, and when It Is to
be supported by such an array of tal
ent there seems to be no question
that the event will provo notable.
Tho program Is as follows:
1. Vales of Ocseret Stephens
Augment Tabernacle Choir
2. Piano duet, Dance Macabre...
Saint Sacns'
Mrs. Sybella Clayton Bassett and
Mr. Spencer Clawson, Jr.
3. Toreador's Song, from Carmen
Blzot
Mr. Hugh W. Dougall.
4. Ave Maria Bach-Gounod
Miss Mabelle Clarke, Miss Eva
Crawford, violin; Mrs. W. G.
Tuttlc, harp; Mr. Edward P.
Kimball, organ.
5. Twelfth Rhapsodle Liszt
Mr. Charles Shepherd. ,
C. Slclliano, frm Cavalleria Rust!-
cana Mnscagnl
Mr. John T. Hand.
7. Dixie, arranged for male chorus
Stephens
Augmented malo choruh
8. (a) In the Forest Durand
(b) Offertory In B flat, dedicated
to J. J. McClellan.. C. F. Stayner
of Salt Lake City.
Organist J. J. McClellan.
9. Prologue from Pagllaccl
Leoncavallo
Mr. Anthony Q. Lurid
10. Vocal solo Selected
Mrs. Harold Slogel
11. (a) Mazurka Ovldo Musln
(b) Cradle Song Sauret
Mr. Wlllard Weihe.
12. Lohengrin's Greeting to tho
Swan ("Moln lleber Schwan")
, Wagner
Mr. Alfred Best.
13. Excerpts from the Odo to Irri
gation McClellan
Augmented tabernacle choir
Prof. Evan Stephens conductor;
Oreat organ. Prof. J. J. McClel
lan, organist.
Soloists Mrs. Hazol Taylor Peery,
soprano; Mrs. Bcsslo Browning, so
prano; Mr. Fred C. Graham, tenor.
Quartet Mrs. Delia Daynes Hills,
Miss Mabel Cooper, Mr. James Mont
carr, Mr. John Robinson.
MEN WANTED
Men Wanted Twenty able-bodied
men to work on wood plpo line, etc.
In Blacksmith Fork canyon, two miles
from Hyrum, Phono 223 Hyrum. oS
LYNCH-CANNON Engineering Co
INTERNATIONAL DRY FARM-
ING CONGRESS
Lethbrldge, Canada, October 19 to
26'. Excursions via Oregon Short
Line, October 16, 17, and 18, with
limit of November 14. Seo agonts
for rates and further particulars ols
Co-operativo Drug Co.
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR RENT Three room houso
Enquire, 309 North Main. olO
FOR RENT Four rooms. 201 North
First East. tf
TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms
with bath; light housekooplng if de
sired. Inquire at this office o5
LOST Jersey cow; young and do
horned. Return or notify owner at
462 South Main. Phono 348k.
WANTED A, man. to run butcher
shop. Inquire ut the Collego Grocery
397 East Thtrd North. U
Get What Yoii Pay For I I
I $ Getting what you pay for in " 0& I H
X-l style, fit quality and satisfac- jfiiiVv H
AgAjjfjv tion that's a job that's not al- iCJ j
CtNAV ways easy wnen you start out W; jJj H
(mJlM iiira to y Boy's clothes. 9rp fl
Xlfgcif Get your next Boy's suit here. fj S j
T Mm earn wat k means to pat- Jyfnj g
fl ronize a store that sells satis- m
IWy II actl0n- loull discover that V M g ,H
WfU LgJI there's one store that considers AjM.fiSmn S M
WT B ,A its customer's profit first, that Tolforfo 8 j
jjj IT M'F $ves a yu Pay fr' s jl
I Ji Rnv's Suite I W
Ages 3 to 17 $5 to $10 fj M
Howell Brothers 1 1
J "LOGAN'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS." 31 jlH
HOW CITIES RATE
IN MURDER LIST
New York, Oct. 3. Seven out of
about every ono hundred thousand
New Yorkers oro murdered, accord
ing to figures gnthered by an Insur
ance Journnl here. The statistics
covering a score of tho lnrger cities
of tho country Bhow, however, that
New York Is a very good placo com
pared with other American commun
ities. Tho rnto of homicides per 100,
000 population for some of tho oth
er cities is as follows:
Washington, 9.2; Chicago, 9.1;
San Francisco, 10.4; St. Louis, 15.5;
Nashville, 35.3; Savannah, 37.8;
Charleston, S. p., 42.3; Memphis,
Tcnn, 63.4.
In England and Wales In 1909, with
a population of 35.756,000 tho per
pontage of homicides was only .08.
Ml
.Torturing eczema spreads its burn
ing area every day, Doan's Oint
ment quickly stops its spreading In
stantly relloves tho itching, cures It
permanently. At any drug store.
flVHHR THE HOME jH
BBjjl Of Quality Groceries M
f) J J YWf I It Is Dtie to I
y AMm J m Active SeninJ I
Good Goods
That Our Stock is Kept Fresh and jH
Clean. They are coming and going M
continually , S
CACHE VALLEY MERCANTILE CO. I
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Logan's Economy Store I
The H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co. I
5155 Qenter Street Lo&an jH
You had better profit by these low prices. Special sale of Blankets and Comforts. Wc j
have a tremendous line of.both Blankets and Comforts, and now is the time for you to j
buy same if you wish to take part in the tremendous savings. Below you will find j
prices quoted, such as have never before been given. jH
COMFORTS WOMEN'S SILK WAISTS j
12.50 .Comforters, Sllkoleue, covered and filled with Regular $3.50 special In this sale, each ....S2.15 H
puro whlto cotton, always ?2.50; special sale price DRESS GOODS " H
EacU S1.09 All Wool Dress Goods Including Sergos, Whip Cords 1 H
?2.00 Comforters, special In this sale at ...-S1.45 Batistes, and all Fancy Mixtures, special during H
JO.OO Comforters, special In this sale, each..S4.45 this sale at 20 per cent discount. H
All othor Blankets und Comforters reduced In A beautiful lino of Ladles, Misses and Children's H
proportion. .. rjonts, Ladles nnd Misses Norfolk Jackots, nil now ,H
SHAKER FLANNELS goods Just arrived, wo placo them on sale this 1
Shaker Flannels with good heavy nnp, cream aid week at special discount prices. H
white, always 10c; In tnls special sale, yurd..7c CRIB BLANKETS ;
OUTING FLANNELS 100 Cradlo Crib Hlankots in fancy designs, Butter- '
lOo quality, light and dark shades; special in this fly, Polar Boar, Train, Boy, etc; In this special tH
aIo at, per yard 7t.c salo, each 59,. M
BLANKETS 54-INCH SCOTCH MANNISH SUITING ' ;H
. Cotton Blnnkets, regular price $1.75; special sale 2.50 valuo for .81.05
I I)rlco S1.35 Fabrics in greatest vogue for Suits, Coats, Tailored H
Cotton Blankets, regular price fl.10; special salo Skirts, etc. An attractive , assortment including H
inr,co SI. 10 Monotone, Granite weaves, anxl all tho popular col- jH
Woolnap Blankets, regular J3.50; special s alo orlngs; special In this salo, per ynrd ....S1.79 H
Pr'co S2.05 GREAT CLEARING OF MEN'S 8HIRTS j
Woolnnp Blankets, extrn size, regular price $4.60; fl.50 and ?2.00 Vnlues. In smart Negllgeo and H
special salo price S3.95 Dress Stylos, all sizes In tho lot, whilo they last tu H
BLEACHED MUSLIN this Bpeclal sale, each 75,; jH
Bleached Muslin yard wide, always 9c; In this All ?1.00 Shirts at 59C H
special sale, per yard GV4c All ?1.25 Shirts at ...!g9o fli
Hundreds of yards of Remnants of Whlto Goods, MEN'S NECKTIES jH
Wash Goods, Ginghams nnd Percales In this special Tho kind you pay 40c and 50c for efsowhoro; special h
Balo. Prices Next to Nothing. in this sale, 2 ror 35c H
27-INCH MESSALINE SILKS MEN'S AND BOYS UNDERWEAR M
fi.00 quality. Beautiful quality Mcssallno Silks in All going at special salo prices this week. jH
wide range of tho most wanted colorings Includ- MEN'8 OVERALL8 H
Ing navy, black, brown, etc. A big bargain tablo Extra heavy 9 ounce Unlonmado Overalls, all sizes WM
I full in this special salo at, per yard 69c every pair guaranteed, spoclal per pair 75c WM
11.25 Black Messallno Silk 36 Inches wldp, good FURS. FUR8. R
firm weave, extra henvy nnd of r'ch lustre, best Ladles, Misses and Children's Furs In this wook'a ME
$1.25 valuo; Bpeclal, per yard 90c tale at 20 per cent off. H
Grocorles and Fruit Jars. Tuy your Groceries and Fruit Jars here, where ytju Bave money. Get H
ono of our Price Lists and bo convinced thatwhat we saar Is correct H
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