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TKUR.DAY NPVEVBEn ,, ,HE LOCAN REPUBLICAN p,0E FVE j M
' .,$" Aldnzo Squires' of Salt Lake
1'4 ' Visiting" relatives and friends In
, ;mW."T. LoRoy Cardon and Miss
GretlS" Cardonf aro spendlug a few
' "uays lii lialt'Lako.'
' ' m -
- J Highest cash prlco 1iatd for oats.
' .Thatcher Coal Co. Phone 1G and 76.
For Rent aW room houso near
' temple, partly furnished. Call phono
,t '241, tf
Mrs. V. II. Dartlett ot Omaha,
b'stcr of A. M.) Fleming ot this
city Is visiting hero for a short
A big salo of coats and hats. A
, B.implo lino Just arrived. Mrs. T. D.
Roberts. (Advertisement) tf
Mr. and Mrs. II . H. Crockett are
receiving congratulations over the
safo arrival ot a baby boy born a
few days ago. All concerned doing
Lost A gold handled umbrella.
Bring to this office and get reward.
A boy Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leven
aro Tejolclng of tho arrival at their
homo a fow days ago of a fine baby
boy. All are reported as doing nice-
Dr. S. 13. Thatcher has moved his
dental office to the second floor of
tho HowellCarddn Company build
ing, sulto formerly occupied by Dr.
O. H. Budge. (Advertlsment)
Mr. Soren Hansen, O. W. Adams,
and T. W. Peterson of Hyrum were
In town yesterday shaking hands
with friends. ,
J. E. Allen of Cornish was In Lo
gan yesterday. Ho Is boosting Cor
Ik nlsh and the west side of tho valley,
and Incidentally' is Interesting who
he can fn purchasing a home 'there.
The Wilson, one of the leading Ho.
tels of Salt Lake City: ratei $1.00
per day and upwards. Music during
meal hours. Headquarters for Cache
A ward social will bo given In the
Fourth ward meeting houso Friday
evening, November 15. A flno prog
ram, followed by games, dancing and
luncheon will bo. tho entertainments
i or tho evening. It will bo free to
nil tho members of tho ward over
14 years ot ago.
Tho U. A. C. Is sending out cir
cular letters to representative men
of th'e town calling their attention
to tho fact that after December 3
tho Smart CJymnnslum will bo open
ed two nights a week for tho uso
of tho townspeople. Coach Tcetzel
with competent aids will bo In
chargo and conduct a systematic ove
nlng school in physical culture Fol
lowing this Instruction tho patrons
will bo nt liberty to uso tho gytti nnd
apparatus ns thoy chooso. After 9
o'clock tho big swimming pool will
bo thrown open to thoso who caro
to tnko a plungo.
For salo A good piano. Inquire, at
this office. "?,
( Advertisement) K
Modern house for rent, inquire of
'A. H. Palmer, or phone 464 Red. tf
Alex. Maughai' of Hrum was in
town yesterday loo'uug after bisi
Miss Florence A Iscomb, 39S South
Main street, terchcr ot piano. nil!
Dr. I. S. Smith who has boen
111 with stomach trouble for iievcial
'veeks past ros'ini'd his oPite work
again on Tuesday
After all there s no beet digger
llko tho Avery, sold by tho Sidney
Stevens Implement Co. tf
Carlisle's barber shop Is now lo
cated on Center street, ono door
west ot "cosy corner." nlC
Roller skating at Logan Pavilion
every Wednesday and Saturday af
ternoon and evenings. Ladles admit
ted free. tf
John A. Crockett Is a happy man
There camo to bless tho homo of
ho nnd his wife yesterday afternoon
a fine girl. John Is the father ofj
eight boys and this Is the first girl
In the family, naturally ho Is happy.
Tho Relief Society conferenco of
tho Cache Stake will bo held on
Monday November 18 at 10 a. m. and
2 p. m. In the tabernacle and a good
attendance Is desired.
LUCY S. CARDON,
Charles E. Fleming has sent word
to his parents that ho will spend tho
Thanksgiving holidays In Logan. This
announcement is undoubtedly made
by Charley In order that his lady
friends of whom he has many here,
will bo prepared to seo him while
R. V. Larsen, superintendent of
tho Cache County schools has been
appointed by Gov. William Spry as
a member of tho stato text book com
mission. This commission Is compos
ed of flvo members and its duty is
to select sultablo text books for uso
by tho public schools ot tho state.
Wo were informed lato last even
ing that T. W. Obray of Parudlso
died at his homo at that place on
Tuesday oven'nu Mr. Obray has
been a sufferer for over two years
and It Is said that death comes as a
great rellof to him, although he Is
not an old man, being nbout 57 ye.irs
The caso ot J. A. Hcndrlckson
against Fred Turner in which Mr.
Hendrickson Is asking for an account
ing of their partnership business
whllo owners of tho Logan Repub
lican Is bolng tried before Judge N.
J. Harris. Attornoy George Q. Rich
is representing Mr. Turnor nnd Roy
i D Thatcher is representing Mr.
Mgjjjgjgg8B5BH t."7 3fruflt.au i'itrcm.i
(It happens Every week)
Hosiery Hosiery Hosiery
V 45c 45c 45c
'' Regular 65c and 75c Values
Your Choice one day only 45c
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
V New; Shipment of Plush and Caricul
' Coats Just Arrived
Campbell's Smart Shopp, 77 Main.
Tho fire deportment was called out
ylsterday afternoon to extinguish a
blare that had been, started In a barn '
on East Third South street by a J
.small boy with matches. There was
no material damage done.
All poll taxes .Mn Logan City are
noj.overdue, anddt not'pald at onco '
wllle collected bv law. No furth-,,,
cr notice will bo grvonA?
- , N. P. JOHNSON, . ,
W! & Street Supervisor
MARRIAGE LICENSES ,
'Maralge licenses hnve been Issued,
to tho following couples by the cuuu-
ty clerk: , j
Jesse Smith and Martha Hansen, (
both of Hyrum; Henry W. Uraegser
of Wllliard, and Mnry Leondhnrd: of
THE BEST PARTY OF !
Frldny night, November 13, 1912 '
nt tho Fifth ward hall, given by tho '
Fifth ward choir, a gcnulno harvest
supper, an abundanco of Joyous danc
ing, music by tho Thatcher Orchcs-
tra and such a tlmo as you never had
before Everybody comol
And your cars shall bo filled with
And your mouth with pumpkin pie,
And your heart shall throb with rap
ture, As you gaze In your sweetheart's
ADVICE TO THE FAT
Sleep but little; never cat
Anything that's fat, or sweet.
Shun tobacco, alcohol;
Take potatoes not at all,
Beans, rice, puddings, pies abhor,
Nover pass your plate for more.
'With your meals no water take,
Walk until your muscles ache,
ExercUo an awful lot,
Especially It tho weather's hot,
Hungry always lcavo tho table,
Eat as littlo as you'ro able.
If you're really faint for food, a
Unbuttered toast is very good;
Or If that does not suffice,
Two or three stewed prunes are nice
Milk and oream you must taboo,
Sugar In your coffee too.
Try this plan two months or three
And I'll give my guarantee
Tho advice I glvo la truo
And you'll loso a pound or two.
II. T. Cooko.
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
Do you eat breakfast every day?
Do you drink coffeo or tea? Do you
httvo your bedroom window open or
shut nt night? Do you own a tooth
These and other pertinent ques
tions aro to be answered by tho chil
dren in the public schools of Minne
sota. Thoy form part of a "Health
Grading Outllno" prepared by Dr.
Ernest B. Hoag, special director of
school 'lTygleuo for tho state, where
by teachers and school nurses may
loam In the most direct manner j
;ossIblo, tho physical condition of
tho children entrusted to their care, i
Rational conservation ot tho mental i
and -physical health of our school j
children Is tho ultimate Ideal ot this
and other current health projects
reported to tho United States bureau
Tho appointment of a special stnte
director for school hyglcno nnd tho
Institution of a searching but non- i
technical health survey by teachers I
and schood nurses aro Important con
trtbutlons to tho school hygiene I
movement that Is now steadily mak
ing Its way throughout the country.
UTAH JER8EY OWNERS
INVADE NORTHWEST ,
Will Exhibit Best Specimens of
Their Herds at Portland Dairy
At tho Pacific International Dairy
show next week at Portland Oro.,
for tho first tlmo In tho history of
Utah a llvo stock exhibit from this
stato will bo made outsldo of the
state boundary. Tho exhibit -Utnh
at fi f exposition will consist
of 22 ihead Of eJrsoyto Ironi the
herds of the Smith Bros. Jersey com
pany, tho Riverside Stock company
Cannon Bros., A. C. Smoot, tho
Stato Prison, tho Agricultural Col
lege, and Prof. John T. Caine HI.
Tho okhlhlt is being tnado under di
rection of tho, Jersey Cattle Dreed'
era' association of this state The
cattlo 'to bo exhibited aro now nt
j tho Utnh Agricultural Colloge, and
H will bo shipped to Portland enrly
U enough to bo placed on exhibit at
tho first day of tho show.
Tho Utah Agricultural Collego
.Judging toam, pomMstlng (of eight
students In animal husbandry under
the direction of Prof. W. B. Carroll
of that Institution aro In this city
today Judging the Jorvoy herds be
longing to tho Smith Tiros. Jersey'
company, and the Riverside Stock
company. Tho students have been
practicing Judging for about a year, I
with the hopo of landing tho first
prize for Judging at tho dairy show.
A PULLET THAT LAID AN EGO
A DAY FOR SEVENTY-TWO DAYS
According to the current Issue ot
Fa-ni and Fireside nn Interesting
egg-la) Ing contest has been going on
,nt Mountain drove. Missouri, under
the auspices of tho Missouri State
Poultry Experiment Stntlon. In this
contest, ono whlto Plymouth Rock
.pullet laid an tvg a day for over
seventy-two consecutlvo days, which
Is probably a world record for con
tinuous iMK production. Tho highest
Individual record mado during tho I
first seven months ot tho contest was
ICG eggs laid by a pullet. Tho twelve
highest rccordB for tho firBt seven
months wcro mndo by pullets laying
all the vny frctu ICG eggs each down I
to 144. , !
DO YOU KNOW HOW
TO CATCH A HOG?
In tho current Issuo of Farm and
Fireside appears n letter from a dis
tressed farmer who wishes thoro
1 was Bomo way ot catching hogs that
' would ho bettor than that In uso on
most farms. Ho says:
"On nenrl)' every farm about this
time, or a little later, thoro can be
seen two or moro men nnd boys
chasing after a hog which, when
caught, after a frantic strugglo Is
thrown nnd a sharp knlfo thrust In
to his throat Many a tlmo havo I
helped at that Job. and much as I
llko sparcrlbs and sausago I can't
help pitying the unfortunate animal
and wishing thnt a form less brutal
might convert n living hog Into
"I am told that by a blow on tho
I head with a hammer or tho back
I ot an ax tho animal Is put In such
j a condition it does not bleed well
j and so tho pork does not keep. Will
j ycu Invito farmers who havo had
experience In any but tho old fash
I loned way to tell how they do tho
distasteful Job? And Is thero not
some form of hog catcher, that any
igooil blacksmith can mako that will
1 catch the animal's leg and savo tho
running which does neither hog nor
mnn any good?"
SHIPBUILDING ON THE LAKES
A Detroit shipyard is building
three steel freight steamships which
ar.y to bo used In tho Mediterranean
trade. Ono has already sailed for
I Its destination, and tho others aro
soon to follow. Tho slzo of theso
vessels Is restricted by tho ncces-
ptyy ot tholr passing through tho
Wollnnd cnnal, which has a depth
of only 12 feet and whoso locks aro
but 255 feet long, but this does not
detract from tho Interest which tho
enterprise will nroiiBo. If tho ship
yards of tho Great Lakes tako up
seriously tho construction of small
vessels Intended for the ocean trado
our local ship builders will havo to
face very formldablo competitors.
Luckily for them, tho Welland can
al, though Its enlargement has only
begun, will not permit tho paBsago
of bigger vessels for somo years.
Let us hopo that by that tlmo tho
i American merchant marlno will havo
i so doveloped that thero will bo work
enough for all tho shipyards on both
tho Atlantic and Pacific coasts on
tho Great Lakes and on tho Gulf ot
Mexico. Philadelphia Record .
m n i
I ADVERTISED LETTERS
Logan, Utah, Nov. 12, 1912
I Grandln, J. J. Esq.
i Lane, Mrs. A.
Logan Co., Tho R. F. j
Hill, Mrs. Ann May.
Ray, Mrs. W.
i JOSEPH ODELL, P. M.
Caught ' i
"I declare, Maria, my hand is nl- j
ways In my pocket."
i "Then why do you leavo so many I
' ot tho lotters thero I glvo you to
I mall?" Washington Star.
WOOD WANTED Thatcher Coal
PLENTY ot money to loan on farms
or good city security. J. Z. Stew
WANTED Horses to pasture;
closo in; good fences and teed. Ap
ply to C Bnlllng, phono 618. tf
"FOItSALB Hyacinths, Tulips
Narcissus, China Llllles, Peoneas,
and othor bulbs for tall planting at
Ola Larsen'fl, 212 Hast Third South.
Phone 497R. n2
Don't uso harsh pnyslcs. Tho re
action weakens tho bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. Thoy operate easily, tone
the stomach, euro constipation.
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Be Sure of Two l
When you spend your money for 1 I jj U
clothes, you want to be sure of two ' .! 'M
things the latest style and the high- .H
J est quality for the price. " j H
R When you're sure of these two ! iH
I things, you know you are getting , ' M
Your Money's Worth. ' H
J Wc Positively GUARANTEE That when you buy '
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Clothes lf I
I "The Same Price The World Over." j H
I For your new Fall suit or Over- . I ' M
I coat, buy a ST YLEPLUS, uncon- i M
I ditionally guaranteed by the makers. M
You'll find the styles becoming, M
for they've been cut in the latest M
fashions by the best designing talent . M
in the world. ' M
You'll find all wool or wool and t , M
silk fabrics in pleasing patterns, and JH
garments beautifully finished and ? H
I hand-tailored. H
You'll find more quality and value i'H
than have ever before been offered ;H
at the price in fact, you'll find r'H
I Styleplus Clothes equal to the j m
best you ever saw at $20 to $25. I H
You're sure of the latest style, i;H
you're sure of the highest quality at H
the price, you're sure of not only get- f H
ting your money's worth, but of sav- H
$3 to $8 in actual cash. H
Come in some day soon and let H
us show you the new Fall models of vjH
STYLEPLUS Suits and Overcoats jH
For Sale in this town at no other store but ours "!il
Thatcher Clothing Co. I
I Logan, Utah )'H
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I Men's $1.00 Hood and American lst j k
. Quality Rubbers 75 C II
S Womens 75c Hood and American I il
ilst Quality Rubbers - - - 50 C ! fl
We have the largest assortment of H
j Heavy and Light Rubbers ever shown J 8
! in Logan. j !H
I Buy your Rubber goods of us and 1 S
j save 20 Per (Bent. I JBj
! Opposite The Tabernacle 1
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