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HrNJ , THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1912 I
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H ' l Tho Wobyca Society held nn open
( meeting Tuesday evening at tbo
H l homo of Mrs. James H. LlnforJ. Tho
H j escorts of tho Wobyca members and
H' n' tbo membors of tho faculty who wcro
H't not Included In tho society wcro
H l( guests of tho evening. Prof. Otto
" gave a violin solo. Mr J. W. Gard-
M !' nor gave a very interesting talk on
j Bt "England's Virgin Queen." Delicious
w u refreshments wcro served.
H t Another large shipment of
H" ' Pianos has just been re-
H t ceived at the CARSTEN-
m , t SEN & ANSON CO.'S
H ' LOGAN BRANCH, 126
H i North Main Street.
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H These Pianos of 'well
H ' known manufacture, arc on
fl At Prices and terms
m that should kterestf
Hv You cannot match them
Hjj anywhere elsewhere in Lo-
H gan, at the price wc have
Hh placed on them for quick
H $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
H Monthly Payments
H Old Pianos and Organs.
H taken as part payment on
H new Pianos
H Garstensen &. Anson Go,
Kg 126 North Main Street
H opposite Eagle Hotel
Th0 A. C. Woman's Club met this
week with Mrs. 0. W. Hansen. Mrs.
Hansen gave n very interesting dis
cussion of "Tho Nun" by Reno Dazln.
Refreshments wero served by tho
hostess, nsslstcd by Mrs. nail and
Mrs. Frank Thatcher.
Tho Clio Clrclo met this week with
Mrs. Shamhart, Miss Mary Howell
gavo two vocal solos, accompanied by
I Mrs. Luther Howell. Hermann Su
ilcrmann was the author under dis
cussion for tho afternoon, Mrs. Hen
drlckson gavo vory interesting com
ments on Sudcrmann and on his
dranin, "Tho Joy of Life," Miss Irene
Hendrlckson ably read, "Tho Joy of
Life." This drama which Is a mas
terplcco is next to Mngda technical
ly ono of Sudcrmann's biggest
achievements. Refreshments wero
served by tho hostess assisted, by
Mrs. Moses Cordon. Mrs. Ray D.
West was the guest of the afternoon.
Tho Hallow-een party given by tho
Sorosls girls Monday evening in the
Woman's building was unusually at
tractive. A popular nook dedicated
to Hallow-een wns dimly lighted by
pumpkin faces, while grlmmlng dev
ils, black cats, bats and snakes ad
ed to the weird appearance of tho
scene. The tent of the fortune teller
was crowded with Sorosls girls eager
to know what the future held in
store for them. "The man in tho
moon" whoso wise answers to fool
ish questions wero certainly re
markable. Tho supper suggested
Hallow-een and was probably tho
most attractive feature of tho eve
ning. Four long tables wero deco
rated with baskets of yellow chry
santhemums with a golden pumpkin
tilled with fruit for a centerpiece.
Cqvcrs wero laid for soventy-flvo.
Mr. and Mrs. Uatchelor and Mrs.
Cook chaperoned tho party.
A dinner will be served this af
ternoon at the domestic arts build
ing of tho 1). Y. C. In honor of
President Smith and members of
the board. The tables will be deco
rated with chrysanthemums. Covers
will be laid for twenty.
Mrs. J. A. Calderwood and Mrs.
Hal Farr wcro hostesses at a Hallow-een
party Thursday evening nt
tho homo of Mrs. Calderwood on
South Main. The guests wero mot
at tho door by "spooks" and "spiel
ers" who conducted them to a room
whoro costumes wero provided for
them, and thenco to tho fortuno tell
ers whero thoy learned what tho fu
turo held for them. Palm reading,
fortuno telling, and bobbing for ap
ples were tho chief amusements. De
licious refreshments wero served.
About thirty guests wcro present.
Complimentary to Mr. Jesslo Earl's
birthday anniversary a surpriso par
ty was given Wednesday evening at
I "The Housewives Friend."
Said one lady in
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bH B iK phone:
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H j 1 KlSKK! doctor, the fire sta-
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H I anybody at any time. Every Telephone
Hi lis a Long Distance and Telegraph
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tho Earl home on Second West. The
rooms were brightened with fnll
flowers. Games were played and de
HcIoub refreshments were served.
Those present were Prof, and Mrs.
Wm. Peterson, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
8tewart, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Good
win. Mr nnd Mrs. Victor Crockett,
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Earl, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Ball, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D.
Hell, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Needham,
Miss Anna Widtsoo entertained
with a Hallow-een party Saturday
evening at the Widtsoo home on
Miss .Josallnd Thomas cntctalned
with n Hallow-een party Thursday
evening. The party In all Its ap
polntmcnts was a delightful success.
Miss Winifred Morroll entertained
her Sunday school class with a Hoi-low-ccn
party Tuesday evening nt tho
Morrcll homo on Second West. All
tho llttlo guests camo dressed in
costumes which caused much fun and
merriment. Dainty refreshments
Miss Mary Smith entertained a
number of her friends with a Hallow-een
party Thursday evening.
Tho Halloween party given at tho
II. Y. C. gymiuislum Wednesday
evening was a delightful success.
The gymnasium was decorated in
truo Hntlow-een stylo and lighted
with Jack-o-lantcrns. Various booths
whero lemonade, gingerbread, apples
peanuts, and doughnuts were on sale
wero arranged in the corners of tbo
hall. These booths were presided
over by tho first, second, third and
fourth year's of the school.
Tho evening was enjoyed by every
one and was pronounced a grand
On Friday afternoon In the Pros
man's Faculty League gave a recep
tion in honor of tho faculty. A de
lightful program was rendered by
three of our local artists. Mrs.
Sloan gavo two vocal boIos. Miss
Huntsman gave a reading, Mrs. Spick
cr gave a violin solo. Refreshments
wero served and an hour spent in
On Friday nfternoon th tho Pres
ton building, tho Daughters of the
Pioneers entertained In honor of Mrs.
Isaac Smith and Mrs. Harrison. At
two o'clock a delicious luncheon was
served. Tho tables wero decorated
with (lowers. A program was render
ed, and all In all a delightful after
noon was spent.
Nono of the receptions given annu
ally to the students of tho Drlgham
Young College have been more en
joyed than the ono given by tho fac
ulty at tho gymnxslum Friday eve
ning Tho gymnasium was decorated
with autumn foliage. President
Smith and other members of tho
board wcro in attendance.
Mrs. Noah Larsen entertained with
a Kensington Wednesday afternoon.
Tho rooms wero brightened with
flowers. In a guessing gama Mrs. A.
H. Palmer nnd Mrs. N. W. Haws
wcro tho prlzo winners. Delicious
refreshments wero served. Tboso
present wero Sirs. Palmor, Mrs.
Haws, Mrs. P. M. Nielsen, Mrs. H.
A. Pcderson, Mrs. Mary E. Smith,
Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Ethel Kimball.
Mrs. Hal Farr1,' Mrs. Calderwood,
Mrs. George Flstor, Mrs. Hansen.
Tho Brlghom Young Camp of tho
Daughters of tho Pioneers met
Thursday aftornoon at tho home of
.Mrs. Lucy Cardon, Miss Lavon Bou
illon gavo a piano solo. Mrs. C. W.
Porter gave a talk on tho ancient
pioneers. Mrs. J. W. Widtsoo gave
tho chapter of Brigbam Young. Do-
llclous refreshments were served.
Mrs. Luther Foster returned homo
to Now Mexico Saturday. Mrs. E.
P. Bacon and little son and Miss
Chariot Kylo accompanied Mrs. Fos
ter as far as Ogden. Mrs. BacoH
and Miss Kylo were guests of Miss
May Kyle of Ogden over Sunday.
Mr. Howard Schweitzer went to
Salt Lako Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Smith return
ed Tuesday from a week's stay In
Senator Sraoot spent Wednesday
Mrs. Joseph Howell returned Mon
day from Salt Lako.
Miss Helen McAllster of Rcxburg,
Idaho is hero visiting, guest of MIbs
Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Thatcher
spent the wecTT In Salt Lako.
Miss Emma Lucy Gates will return
homo to Salt Lake Monday after a
j two months stay here.
Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder,
hands, or feet requires a powerful
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and bladder trouble for nearly six
vears. Had a very bad spell somo
timo ago and was unable to turn with
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When your food does not digest
well and you feel "bluo," tired nnd
discouraged, you should uso a llttlo
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bowels, purlles tho system and res
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
In the District Court Probate Divi
sion, In and' for Cache County, State
In the District Court of the First Ju
dicial District of the State of Utah,
In and for the County pt Cache.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF UTAH, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY
Consult County Clerk or the Re spec
tlve Signers for further Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Anna M. Kjeldsen, do
ceased. Creditors will present claims
with vouchers to tho undersigned at
his offlco in Logan City, In the Coun
ty of Cacho and ,Stato of Utah, on or
before tho first day of March, A. D.
Dato of first publication 'Octobor
31, A. D. 1012.
ROY D. THATCHER,
Admlnstrator Do Bonis Non.
Attorneys for said Estate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of David P. Ralney, deceas
ed. Creditors will present claims
with vouchors to tho undersigned at
her residence at Richmond, Cache
County, Utah, on or beforo tbo first
day of March, 1913.
Dato of first publication, October
DORITHA J. RAINEY.
FRED W. CROCKETT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estato of Richard Godfrey, deceas
ed. Creditors will present their claims
with vouchors to tho undersigned ad
ministrator nt his residence at Clark
ston, Cacho Copnty, Stato of Utah on
or beforo tho first day of Mnrch, A.
J. Z. STEWART,
JOSEPH A. GODFREY,
Admlnlstrntor of tho Eslnto of Rich
ard Godfrey, Deceased. novlC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Mary R. Smith, Deceased.
Creditors w,ll present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at his
residence at North Logan, Cacho
County, Utah, on or beforo tho 25th
day of February, 1913.
Date of first publication, Octobor
19, 1912. nff
FRED W. CROCKETT,
NOTICE TO WATER U8ER8
State Engineer's Ofllco,
Salt Lake City, Oct 22, 1912
Notice is horoby given that ChaB.
C. Peterson, whose post otflco ad
dress Is Hyrum, Utah, haB made ap
plication In accordance with tho re
quirements of tho Compiled Lawa of
Utah, 1907, as amended by tho Ses
sion Lawn of Utah, 1909 and 1911,
to appropriate one-halt (H) of a, cu
bic foot of wntcr per second frcu on-
I HEALTH HINT8 f I
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T Never bite hard candy, even if it docs not hurt the teeth. I I
f Do not drink cold water after eating Chocolates. I I
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JS a. V THE CO-OP DRUG CO. I I
ftBifinMi "Th0 Prescription Store." f I
named springs in Cacho County,
Utah. Said springs are situated at
a point which lies 2,197 feet south
and 244 feet east of tho south quar
ter corner of section 33, township" 10
north, range 1 cast, Salt Lako baso
and meridian. Tho water will be di
verted at the place's where II Issues,
from said springs and conveyed by
means of a ditch and a pipe lino for
a distance of 2,000 feet and there
used from May 1 to October 31, In
clusive, of each year, to Irrigate 12.16
acres of land embraced In section 4,
township 10 north, range 1 caBt, Salt
Lake base and meridian. This appli
cation is designated in tho State En
gineer's office as No. 4550.
All protests against the granting
of said application, stating the rea
sons therefor, must bo made by affi
davit in dupllcato and filed In this
offlco within thirty (30) days after I
tho completion of tho publication of
Date of first publication, Oetober
29, 1912, dato of completion of publi
cation, November 29, 1912.
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working for you. .
Capital tlOO OOO.OO. Surplua 911,000.00, DtpOMlts 95oo,ooo.m
President, T.HOMAS SMART, Caihlr, ALLAN M. FLEMING,
Vlee-Prei., JAME8 QUAYLC, Aaet. CihUr, H. E. CROCKETT.
?-i Vlc-Pri JNO. H. ANQERftON.