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P,' pAGE S(X THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1912
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fl "The LION AND THE MOUSE"
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BB' which tho United Play Company
BB will produco hero on Saturday Nov-
BBf ' ember 23, Is creating widespread In-
BBB torc.st among nil classes ot theater
BBB goers is shown hy tho fact that not
In a long tlmo has there been such
a demand for scats for a dramatic
production, ho wondorful success
of tho Charles Klein play Is entirely
deserving of tho excellent reception
with which It will apparently meet
ALLENS ARE REFU8ED
A NEW TRIAL
Courthouse Shooters Must Die In
Richmond, Va Nov. 18. A now trial
was today refused Floyd Alien and
his son, Claudo Swanson Allen by
tho supremo court of Virginia. Tho
men arc condemned to dlo In tho elec
tric chair next Friday for tho murder
of ofucIals of tho Carroll county'
court at Hlllavlllo, March 14.
Floyd Allen was convicted May
17, specifically for tho killing of
Commonwealth Attorney M. W. Fos
ter. His son, tried on tho cuargo ol
killing Judge Thornton L. Masslo
was convicted and sentenced to fif
teen years In tho pcnltenttoj-y. A
second trial on an Indictment Tor tho
killing of Attorney Foster resulted
In conviction for murder In tho first
degree, July 27. It Is believed that
In an nrticlo In the current Issue
of Farm and FIresldo appears an In
teresting account ot n corn growing
contest that Is being held In North
Carolina, In which Stuto by tho way,
tho corn crop has doubled In the last
three years. Last year's champion
Is n young man named Pnruer, who
got a yield of 235 bushels per acre.
James F. Botts Is another expert.
When It Is considered that thirty
acres of corn per aero is a fair ylold
tho following extract from the artl
clo Is significant:
"Thousands of North Carolina men
nnd boys aro competitors in this
yoar'u contests. Iiotts is again In
tho rnco. Last year on forty acres
he got an nvorago ot 13S bushels. Ilo
intended to dynnmlto his land last
November, but did not do so until
tho middle of March. Ilo used eight
ounco charges, twonty-flvo per cent
strength, planted .forty-two inches
deep nnd twolvo feet apart. This
thoroughly pulverised tho ground to
a depth of four foet. Hl3 corn, or his
ono type, Uotts' Proline, was plant
ed April 9th. A photograph mado
of this test aero oxnetly sixty days
later shows rcmarkablo growth. On
tho sixth day of July this corn was
ten feet high nnd was silking and
tassellng, giving wondorful promlso
of n crop. It Is planted In rows
four nnd one-half feet apart, and
from eight to ton Inches In tho drill
whoreas In 1909 tho rows woro only
forty-two Inches apart. Tho number
of stalks was then estimated at 19,
000; this year It Is about 13,000. It
remains to bo seen how tho ylolds
will comparo as this season tho
stalks aro larger and hotter cared
than thoy woro thrco years ago. For
threo wcoks up to July C tho woath
or was qulto dry, but this corn then
planted, did not show nny lack ot
molsturo nnd made a far finer show
ing than thirty acres In n field rd
joining. "Tho interest In thte test experi
ment Is great, and farmers, both men
and boys, aro going to sco tho corn
from far and near. Stato officials
and officers of tho Agricultural De
partment aro this year to moasuro
tho crop nnd vorlfy tho ncro oi
which It Is grown."
Governor Mann will not Interforo
with tho execution ot tho sentence.
Tho nppcnl to tho supromo court
for now trials decided advcrBcd to
day had boon pending for sotrto ttnjp
but Virginia officials havo proceed
ed with arrangements for tho execu
tion of tho men, holievlng that no
clemency would bo shown.
Tho Hlllsvlllo court house shooting
In March when tho Allen clan re
sented the conviction ot Floyd Al
len on a minor chargo by killing flvo
persons In the court room Is still
holding attention In Virginia because
of tho trial of Sldna Allen tho clan
lender now under way at Wjthevitfo
"And what Is your occupation?"
asked tho accident Insurance ngent.
"I'm a woodsman. During tho hunt
ing season I act as a guide."
"I'm sorry, but my companions
won't wrlto a policy on your class."
m Scene From The Lion And The Mouse, Niblcy Hall Saturday Night November 23rd
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I j FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 22. j
H' I And Sattirday Matinee Nov. 23.
"The Lion And The Mouse" I
1 SATURDAY NIGHT I
H ! Prices 50c to $1.50. Matinee 25c to
t 75c. Tickets on sale at Morrell
Hi I Clothing Store and B. Y. College.
H Seat sale now on
Pasadena, Calif., C. L. Parsons of
tho Chas. II. Wnrd Drug Co., writes
"Wo havo sold and rccommondod
Foley's Ilonoy nnd Tar Compound
fQr years and bollovo it to bo ono of
tho moat ofllclont medicines In tho
mnrkot. Containing no oplatos or
narcotics, It can bo glvon freely to
childron." Co-op Drug Comphny
MADE $4,000 OFF TWO ACRES
In tho current lssuo of Farm nnd
FIresldo appears an account of an
invention by A. a. O'Brien, who
lives near Los Angeles, California,
by which muslin Is stretched over
truck gardens In a way to prevent
tho plants from suffering from frost.
Following Is an extract:
"O'liricn first experimented with
but two acres of cucumbers. Ilo
planted his seed in tho fall, and
marketed his crop shortly after
tho Christmas holidays. When ho
appenrcd In tho Los Angeles mnrket
with tho very much out of Reason
product tho produco dealors at first
stared nt him In wonder, nnd then,
recovering from their surprise, pro
ceeded to eagorly snap up tho cu
cumbers at almost fabulous prices.
From tho two acres ho realized a
profit of nearly $4,000.
"Tho cost of covering an ncro of
ground In this mnnner is about $200.
Sinco tho market for out ot season
garden gardon products Is always so
promising, however, this first cost
Is enslly forgotten. Tho profit ro
nllzed by Mr. O'Brien from Ills first
crop of cucumbers thus grown, In
fact, makes this cost seem almost
nil. flut hereafter no man will
probably over enjoy such a monop
oly. Bo that ns It may, however,
thcro Is suro to bo a big profit In
It. The growers who woro ablo to
adopt tho Idea soon enough to beat
tho regular truck gardonors In tho
spring mnrkot of 1912 will reap net
profits rnnglng from $900 to nbout
$1,400 per ncro, from either cucum
bors or strawborrles. Theso sarao
growers aro nlroady planning for tho
coming wlntor, nnd thoso who havo
studied tho mnttor carefully bollovo
thoy will bo ablo to Bell midwinter
strawberries, which thoy aro confi
dent thoy can raise, at an nvorago
prlco of twenty cents por box, which
moans that tho profit will bo about
$1,500 por aero."
Ho Needed a Pipe Organ
South Trlmblo, clork of tho houso
of representatives was talking about
a Kentucky orator.
"Ho Is moro loquacious than olo
fluent," said Mr. Trlmblo, with a
smllo. "Ills mouth, to Judgo from
tho length ot his speeches, must bo
ns big ns I'olog Anderson's
"Polog Andorson entered n Louis
vlllo music Bhop to buy a mouth ot
gnn. Ho had o. vory largo mouth, and
though ho tried ovory organ In tho
establishment, nono ot them scorned
to suit him.
"So horo, tho salesman sa" nal
ly, "we'll havo to make an oit i tc
ordor for you I guess, '' 'eg, Jost
try your mouth along this piano
A SECOND ADVENT
Denver Divines on Right Track,
Says Pastor Russell
No World-Burra'na Satan to Be
Bound Sin, Sicknen and Death to
Be Conquered Man to Be Delivered.
The Power Vetted In Metelah Hit
Kingdom Near How It Will Appear.
HiPBB This city Is stirred!
BvyVmB Seventeen pastors
IftJMLS-.? tl of nil dcnomlun-
HH)HjPVlCjS tlons hnve been
PJHPtflH ond Advent for n
IAfWaBB u10"'1'- Nowcomes
Kl- aS I'nHtorllusxclltell-
jMMMfc, iUffi It will never be do
(PASTOR. RUSSlilj) strayed by literal
fire. According to
him tho great event of Christ's Com
ing will brlnj; blessings such as we
nil desire. He seems to havo the Bible
nnd logic on his side tool ,
1'nstor itussell declared thnt fnlso
concepts of tho Secoud Coming ol
Christ had done great Injury. The
view set forth In all orthodox creeds
Is that Christ will come ngnlu In the
llesli. Tho resurrection will tuko plncc
within twenty-four hours. The saintly
will rise In tho nlr to meet thu Lord,
then fire will come down from heav
en, mid consume the whole earth. Pre
mlllcnnlnllsts claim that Clulst will
reign In fleshly glory n thousand years
to bless the living. The majority of
Christians disown this us ridiculous
nonsense because thy believe Httlo of
creed or Bible. A minority perceive
Its Inconsistency with tho Bible.
What Bible Students Now See.
The "fire of that day" Is symbolical,
already kindling In society, the ele
ments of which. Capital and Labor,
aro getting hotter. Soon they will
melt, the symbolical "earth" will bo
consumed with tho "heavens" nlso, the
occleslnstlcal powers. Their passing
nwny will usher In n "new earth," or
soclnl order, and "new heavens," tho
Church In glory.
Tho Second Coming of Christ Is as
sociated with blessings. Messiah will
abolish tho curso and bring In wonder
ful blessings. Tho Day of Christ will
bo "tho last Day," tho great Seventh
Thousand-year Day. All humanity will
bo blessed, lucludlng tho dend who will
then bo nwnkened.
Christ Comet to Reign.
As tho redemption was necessary
for man's salvation so Messiah's King-'
dom Is necessary to accomplish restitu
tion. Tho delay of moro than eighteen
centuries Is Scrlpturally'explalued: (1)
Ood designed Six Great One Thou
sand Ycnr Dnys to teach mankind the
exceeding sinfulness of sin. no pur
posed thnt on tho Seventh Day the
blessing of Messiah should come. (2)
An Important work has been done
slnco Calvary. An Elect Church has
been gathered out of all nations
saints mado perfect through suffering,
n Llttlo Flock, tho "Church of the
First-borns." Theso are to become the '
Bride of Christ at Ills Second Advent.
Tho Second Coming of Jesus Is to,
claim Ills Bride class, nnd to exalt,
them. As regards the world, Ilo comes
to bind Sntnn, to overthrow sin, and
to uplift fallen hunmnlty. St. Peter
(ells that Itestltutlou work, not a literal
burning of the world, nwnlts tho Sec
ond Coming of Jesus: "Times of re
freshing shall come from the presence
of tho Lord."-Acts 111, 10-21.
Christ's Kingdom to Be Spiritual.
Ono great mlstako wo havo all made
Is tu not noticing that Jesus was hu
man for only thirty-three nnd a hnlf
years. Ilo was n glorious spirit being
before Ho was mndc flesh; nnd He
was resurrected to a spirit condition
higher than Ills orlglunl one. How
foolish wo were to think of Jesus ns a
man (n llttlo lower than nngcls) In the
midst of the Heavenly host. Ho Is now
partaker of tho Divine nature; His
Church Is to be "changed" nnd made
"like Him." As Ills descent wns from
it higher to n lower, so His ascent wns
from n lower nature to n higher, "far
nhovo angels.". Ills Is tho exceeding glo
ry which "no man hutli seen norcauseo"
"which no man can approach unto."
It Is this glorious Being whoso King
dom Is about to bo established. He
and Ills Church will bo ns Invisible
to men ns lire Sntnn and the fallen
angels. Tho appearances of Jesus In
tho flesh after Ills resurrection were
materializations, to prove: (1) that
Jesus was no longer dead; (2) that He
wns chnnged, born of tho Spirit, nble
to go and como llko tho wind.
Parousla, Eplphanla, Apokalupsls.
Messliih's Kingdom will have enrthly
represcntatives-tho faithful Baluts of
previous nges, raised to human perfec
tion Instantly Through theso tho In
visible Messianic Kingdom will op
erate. Jesus said, "Ye shall see Abra
ham, hmac, Jncob nnd nil tho prophetri
In tho Kingdom."
Tho puruiMtfi of Jesus will como first
present but Invisible. Tho world will
vontlnue with tho ordinary affairs ol
life (while He Is gathering tho Church),
an In tho dn.H of Noah.
After tho gathering of tho Church,
theio will bo an eplphanla and nu opo
lili.pls of Jrsus. Ilo'wllf sliliio forth,
He will bo revealed not In Penh, but
"In flaming tire," thelroublo of thut
Dny, In which the pre-' order will
bo consumed In anmvr.y giving plnco
to tho Kingdom Dlspensa Ion.
Every farmer likes to havo a llt
tlo pocket money throughout tho
year and not only in tho rail. This
can bo easily accomplished by keep
ing sheep. Sneep produco two crops
In n year, the wool crop and tho
lamb crop. Tho wool crop moans
money In Jiino or July, Just In tlmo
for tho picnic and excursion season.
The lamb crop moans that you can
pay cash for your thresher's bills
without hauling out your grain.
Sheep aro tho moBt easily kept,
cared for and fed of any class of Bj
Thoro Is no class of llvo stock
production that can bo carried on to
hotter ndvnntago In connection with
extensive grain growing In a short
grass country than sheop raising.
Tho reason for this Ilea In ono fun
damental fact, namely, tho largo
number of weeds, tho sheep will cat.
There nro 300 different weeds and
grasses known to Utah. Of tneso
sheep will cat 2C0. Horses nnd cat
tlo cat only nbout soventy-flvc. Give
your horses a rest between sum
mer fnllow nnd harv.cst and lot tho
sheep keep down tho weeds. FIguro
it out for yourself. How many days
cultivation nt $5 por day for ono man
and four horses, will It take to buy
tho nucleus of n small flock at $7
Tho greatest post on our Western
fnrmB Is weeds. It Is safo to say
that taken ns a wholo tho produc
tiveness of tho land devoted for ten
years to exclusive grain growing Is
reduced ono-thlrd by weeds nlono.
vWhatovcr will solvo tho weed ques
tion In the West Is worthy of atten
tion. Whatovcr will maintain prod
uctiveness ot our land demands at
tention. Sheep will do both and
nro entitled to nttontlon Dy inter
The Land of the Alias
A. J. Droxol Blddlo, ontertr'
nt luncheon nt Lansdowno 2,500 o
tho inombers of tho great Dreicel
Blddlo class, said to n roporter:
"This movement embraces somo of
iho host people In our land. Tho '.nst
majority of our mombors aro people
of eminent respectability; but at
the same tlmo thoro Is no down-anu
outer wo would reject. We, In fact
would do for tho down-and-outer
what Buenos Ayres does and you
know how many wrecks and crooks
nnd criminals Buenos Ayres has
mndc over. ,-.
"Thoro's a traveler's talo Ulus- -"
tratlvo of .this. A young man got
In a row In a fashlonablo Buesnos
Ayres club and was roughly ojected.
Hlslng from tho mud, ho rushed back
Into tho club nnd shouted:
"Do you know why thoy call mo
Jameson hero In Buesnos Ayres?
"Tho club members looked at ono
nnothor In puzzled fashion and tho
young man continued: "Dccauso It's
my name!" And with a taunting
laugh ho wns gono." St Louis
Wo offer ono hundred dollars re
ward for any caso of catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known
P. J. Chenoy for tho Inst 15 yenrs,
nnd bollovo him perfectly honorable
In all buslnass transactions and fi
nancially nblo to carry out any ob
ligations mado by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takon Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucuous surfaces of tho system.
Tostlraonlnls Bont freo Prlco 75c
por bottlo. Sold by nil druglsts.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for con
"Fnthor, what Is a minor opera
tion?" "A minor oporatlon my boy, Is
ono for which tho patient cheerful
ly pays tho bill."
"And a major operation?"
"Oh, that's ono for which tho bill
Is Bottled by tho heirs." Judgo.
fTho Armies of Turkoy, Bulgaria, fl
Scrvla, Grecco and Montonogro nro I
all advancing. This shows that thoy jj
aro progressiva. B
A. J. Bailoy, a railroad onglncor,
Bates vlllo, Ark., says: "I uufforod
with kldnoy and bladder troublo so
bad I was unablo to work. I had
such sovoro pains In my bock I
could hardly got up. I tried sovoral
physlclnns with no roBUlt, but Foloy
Kidney Pills havo dono wondora for
mo. I recommend thorn to nil."
Co-op Drug Company.
"I thought Jones was a vegetar
"He was until ho trlod to ralso his 1
own vegetables last summer." Puck 1