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THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN PAGE FIVE' !H
Political foVecian for t the." vki'. '
Continued TnUvgalni, ' J
WIlllam'Dalr of nichmond'wnl ffac
v ft Logan yesterday inquiring1 about-the
) ' (p political situation. '
Room and board, over ilub Cloth
ing Co, Apply Mrs. N. M. Degn. tf
Oscar Pope pf Lewlston was In
the city yesterday spending some of
his good beet money with our mer
chants. The county commissioners held
their regular monthly meeting on
Saturday. The time was taken up
with appropriations and routtno busi
ness. Dr. S. D. Thatcher has moved his
dental office to the second floor of
the Howell-Cardon Company build
ing, suite formerly occupied by Dr.
O. H. Budge. (Advertlsment)
The Wilton, one or the leading Ho-
. telt of Salt Lake City: rates 91.00
per day and upwards. Muilo during
meal hours. Headquarters tor Cache
f Valley people. .
After all there s no beet digger
like the Avery, sold by the Sidney
Stevens Implement Co. tt
Dr. Henry Campbell, formerly . a
practicing physician of this city and
now located at Provo as assistant
superintendent of the state mental
hospital, has been visiting here. He
returned homo yesterday afternoon.
John Boyle who was arrested sev
eral days ago on a charge of boot-"
legging and found guilty "of the
charge on Saturday In the Justice
1 court, was sentenced yesterday. His
fine consisted of $150 and 25 days
In the city Jail. The case was at
r Republican pbllttceWglve everybody
Highest' cash price pflld for oats.
Ijrhfclcher Coal Co. Phone 1C and 76.
The -Democratic platform stands
for unrestricted foreign competition
with the skilled American laborer.
Does labor want that? Nol
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LIHywhlte
are visiting In this city, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jones of the
Jersey heifers and cows for sale.
Will freshen this fall and winter.
Smart's Farm, two miles east of
Thatcher Bank (Advertisement.)
Wanted A girl to do general
housework; small family, no wash
ing. Apply C3 West First South.
(Advertisement ) n9
A baby boy. was born yes
terday morning to Mrs. Ora'llyer.
Mrs. Hyer is staying with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson,
while Mr. Hyer Is In the Society Is
lands serving a mission.
Charles M. Morris of the law of
flee of Stewart, Bowman and Morris
of Salt Lake City was speaker at a
Republican rally In Smlthfleld last
evening. Although his name Is Mor
ris he says there is no Bull Moose
blood In his veins.
Miss Rachel Balllf entertained Fri
day evening nt a HallowceA ijarty at
her home on North First West. The
decorations were ack-o-lanterns and
autumn leaves. The evening was
spent In music and games after
which dainty refreshments were
served. The Invited guests were;
Mary Thaln, Ruth Barber, Adeline
Barber, Delia Smith, Margaret
Knowles, Julnus Smart, Wesley How
ell, Wllford Carlyle, Nathan Nlbley,
Spencer Anderson, George Ecclcs.
Miss GladytTtoavls returned yester
day to Salt Lake after, n few days
visit In Logan.
A vote for Mr. Taft Is a vote
against business depression, lack of
work, and other Democratic specialties.
in President Tatt's Bpeech of ac
ceptance ho used these words: "I
will servo the public well." No need
of writing n book explaining that
statement. It speaks volumes.
Vesta, the eight-year-old girl of
Mr. and Mrs. William Hodges of the
Fourth ward Is reported to bo very
111 with a complication of typhoid
fever and lnflamatlon of the Intestines.
Freo trade cannot cut the tariff
without cutting the worklngman's dol
lar. And tho worklngman knows that
Hence ho never votes that ticket ex
cept onco and regrets It the balanco
of his llfo.
The faculty of the II Y Collcso
gave their usual annual students re
ception on Friday last at which a
feature of tho evening's program was
the handshaking between faculty and
students. President M. H. Welling
gave an address. The usual dancing
party, with refreshments and student
songs made up a very pleasant and
Harold Smith and D. E. Mectiam
brought to this city on Sunday one
of tho finest silver tip grizzly bear
specimens ever seen here. iMruln
was killed on Thursday at the held
of the Left Hand Fork of Blacksmith
Fork Canyon. It had previously
been caught In a trap but had chew
ed its foot off and escaped. It was
over eight feet In length and weighed
twelve hundred pounds.
To bo given at St. John's House
on election night, November C, 5:30
to 8 p.m. Everybody Invited, admis
sion 25 cents.
Don't uso harsh physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily, tono
the stomach, cure constipation.
Election Returns will be
'".', i, shown on screens at all
I iSe Theatres Tonight, im-
; mediately upon their re-
.-..,. ceipt by telegram .. .. I
I a The character of the Clothes you 11
buy isn't wholly a matter of the j I
responsibility of the firm that I ;l
makes them, or the store that sells them; you, yourself, are ' H
ffi an important factor in correct selection. A combination 3 H
of good making, honorable selling and intelligent selection, S I H
I results always in your being clothed as well as any I . H
man; correctly; economically. i ' H
K This establishment has provided every link in the S ' j H
S chain of satisfaction; it features clothes from H
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jj Because the responsibility of this maker is Absolute; their styles unfailingly corrcctjthcir jjjj
jjj fabrics worthy; their values right. To this assurance is added our store service in jjjj L H
3 seeing to it that you select only such clothes as best fit your purpose, your personality k Ml H
jjj and your purse. These three essentials of good clothes you'll find here in their fullest H ' H
In realization. ju I ' M
U The Fall showing comprises every style that's wanted; S I J H
jjj every fabric that's good. K , H
$13 $20 $25 (Up'035) I
g Other Good Suits And Overcoats (not Kuppenheimer made) $15.00. ' ' H
I Howell Bros, I
jjjl "LOGAN'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS." K ' H
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I TOYLAND il: 1
J IN THE BASEMENT a t . .H
T Is now open and ready for your inspection it will pay you to call early T . , l
? and make your selections. We have spared no pains or expense in get- f 1
k ting together the largest and most complete line of Toys and Holiday I ' 'wM
I Novelties ever shown in Utah. 1 ' H
j The H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co. I
15 Our Gigantic Saie is Still On & j I
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j ., 4 . We still have stacks of Blankets and Comforts that must be sold. Great '4; "; J mk
J Lots of Underwear and Sweater Coats, Hosiery and L. D. S. Garments, TZ, H
I I' also nice assortment of FURS. To reduce stocks quickly we are making: X i . H
m . j ,V very interesting Reductions in prices for you. Be wise and call at once at "':'y ,r I M
. Fonnesbeck Knitting Works . i
he OnlyJne Jitlogan With A Retail Store - - - - North Main Street, Logan, Utah j ; 9