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H PAQETWO THE LAN BEFU.U.CAN ATUKDAV rMHUARY I
H' ' ' ' I.I.I 1'i.iHH
B Tbo girls In physical education at
H the A. C. gavo a dancing party to
H christen "The Damcn Turnvercln"
H i a club which they have forniod to
H' further an Interest In gymnastics.
B ' Tbo gymnasium was claboratoly to
H represent n forest and tbo girls.
H dressed as fairies and wood mlmphs,
H went through a series of artUtlc
H dances, under the direction of Miss
H Johnson tho director of physical
Miss Florenco McAUstcr, Miss
H Louisa IJarher, Miss Harriet Thatch-
or bavo Invitations out for n tlauc-
Ing party to bo given In tho Preston
M I block Wednesday ovenlng February
B A dinner will bo served at tho din-
H Ing room of tho H. Y. C. this after-
H noon In honor ot tho board membors
who aro hero to attend tho board
M meeting. Tho table will bo decorated
1 -with cut flowers. Covers will bo
H laid for fifteen.
IH The Sigma Alpha Fraternity enter-
JM talned wllth a party Tuesday oven-
H Ing at their fraternity houso on Cen-
H ter street In honor o( Mr. J. E. Bar-
H rack. Tbo rooms wcro docoratod
H with cut flowers. Tho ovonlng waB
PPH , spont with games, music and refrosh-
H mcnis. About forty guests woro pros-
H Last Saturday evening tho Sigma
H Alpha Fraternity entertained with n
nnH hnnnnnt nt llielr frntprnltv hoiisn nil
PPH EobI Center street. In honor of Mr.
H Orvlllo Adams. Tho tablo was deco-
H rated with cut llowors. After tho
H banquet tho ovenlng was spont piny-
H Ing shirt; Mr. Cahoon carrying off
PPH tho highest prize.
PPH Mrs. Held Shnmharl and Mrs.
PPH Moses Cardon wcro hostesses nt a
H prettily appointed brldgo party Tiles-
PPH day afternoon at tho homo of Mrs.
PPH Moses Cardon. Largo vases of ycl-
H low daffodils were cITectlvoly nrrang-
H cd about tho house, Delicious refresh
PPH ments wcro served. Four tables wcro
B tilled with players. Mrs. Hornco
Xebeker captured tho prlzo.
On Tliursduy afternoon lllshop and
HBb Mrs. Oscar Hlco entertained at din-
ncr In honor of Mr. and Mrs. James
Steed. The tablo was decorated
HBl with cut flowers. Covers wcro laid
HBl for about twelve. After dlnnor tho
HBfl evening was spent with games and
HBl I music.
H ! On Friday ot last week Mrs. I).
H ' C. Iludgo entertained with an In-
jf formal luncheon in honor of Mrs.
H Fred Taylor. Tho tnblo was graced
H with roses. Covers wero laid for
H Tho A. C. Woman's club met on
H i Monday afternoon nt tho homo of
H Mrs. Frank Reynolds with Miss
H f Ellznbcth Smith ass hostess. Tho next
H In order In the year book wns Tho
H Modern Drama. Mrs. H. O. Xobe-
ker gno a very Interesting discus-
H slou of William Vnughnn Moody and
H his play "Thu Croat Dlvldo." The
hostess Horved tea. Mrs. Gorham,
Mrs. Porter, Mrs. McCheno wore
guests of the afternoon.
H i . . .
H' A reunion of thu Hammond family
H was held tnst Saturday nt tho homo
H ot Andrew A. Allen of Hyrum.
H Tho Clio Circle entertained with
H a dramatic recital Friday ovenlng
H' at tho nttractlvo homo ot Mrs. D.
H II. Thomas for tho membors nnd
their eBcorts. Tho rooms woro doco-
fl rnted with cut flowurs and potted
H plants. Arthur Wl Plnoro's play
H Mld-Channcu was read by Mrs, Vor-
H non, Mrs. Fnrrcll, Mrs I. S. Smith,
M Mrs. 1'arloy Potorson, Mrs. Will
M Howell, Mrs. W. Morrell, MIsb Dora
H Wright Delicious refreshments wero
H served, presided over by Mrs. D. II.
H Thomas, Mrs. Moses Thatcher, Mrs.
B, Joseph Odell.
H The Wobyca Society mot Wed-
HH. neBdny evening with Mrs. W. O.
8 Robinson. Tho decorations, menu,
B and games that wero ployed woro
H' carried out in tho valontlno Idea. Ev-
H erywhero about tho houso crimson
B hearts were hung. Prof. Hickman
H gave a very Interesting an ablo talk
H on "The Period of Adolescence,"
Mrs. V, h. Dalnes gavo a vocal solo
H Prof. Otto gavo a -violin solo, after
Br't which an hour was spent playing
H;j ' games. Delicious refreehmenti wero
On Monday afternoon Mrs. K. D.
Hall entertained with nn Informal
luncheon In honor of Mrs. Gorham.
Tho tablo had for a centerpiece a
largo bowl of cut flowers. Covers
wcro laid for Mrs. Gorham, Mrs.
Wldtsoc. Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Clark,
Mrs. Guy Thatcher, Miss McChene,
Complimentary to Mrs. K. I. Ha
con Mrs. A. II. Thompson entertoln
cd with n delightful brldgo party on
Thursday nftcrnoon. All nbout the
rooms largo bows of violets woro
nrtistlcnlly arranged. Delicious re
freshments woro served. Each gi.est
was given a bunch of violets. Mrs.
Stevens won the prize, nnd n guest
prlzo wbb given to Mrs. nacou.
Thoso present wero Mrs. liacon. Mrs.
Guy Thatcher, Mrs. Georgo Torgc
son, Mrs. B. C. Ilacon Mrs. C. G.
Smith, Mrs. H. O. Nebokcr, Mis.
E. D. Hall, Mrs. 3. O. Stovens, Mrs.
Frank Ileynolds, MIsb Kllzibeth
Smith, Miss Charlotte Kyle.
Miss Hattlc Smith entertained the
sorlBls girls nnd a few Invited guests
with a dellghtfud Informal Kensing
ton Wednesday evening at tho Smith
homo on First East. Tho rooms woro
decorated with cut flowers nnd green
ry. Delicious refreshments were
The A. C. Women's Faculty league
ontcrtnned with a reception In hon
or of Mrs. A. .1. Gorham Wednes
day afternoon nt tho homo of Mrs.
J. A. Wldtsoo. Tho rooms wero
decorated with cut flowers. Itcfresh
ments wero served. Tho members of
tho league wero In tho receiving
The Primary olllcers of the Second
ward entertained In honor of Miss
May Qulnney, a retiring ofllcor Fri
day evening. Early In tho ovenlng
tho guopts met at tho H. Y. C. and
enjoyed nn hour In the swimming
pool, after which they repaired to
tho homo of Mrs. W. W. Halt where
delicious refreshments wero served.
Tho rest of tho cvonlng wnB jpent In
games and music. Miss Qulnney was
presented with a ring.
On Wednesdny ovenlng tho choir
of tho Second ward entertained In
honor of Mr. II. O. Smurthwnto In
the ward hall. A delightful musical
program was rendered, after which
dancing was enjoyed. Hofreshments
President nnd Mrs. Wldtsoo enter
tnlncd tho visiting women of tho
Federated clubs of Utah at luncheon
Wednesdny. Tho tables woro decor
nted with cut flowers. After lunch
eon tho guests wero shown nbout
On Tuesday the old folks of tho
Sixth wnrd were entertained with a
banquet, after which n specially ar
ranged program was rendered. Somo
of tho time was spent In social chat.
Mrs. A J. Gorham president of
tho Federated clubs of Utah, was
the guest of Mrs. K. D. Hall during
her stay horo.
.Mrs. Hon Carlisle nnd children of
Knrk, Utah, spent tho week hfcro vis
Mrs. Martha Tlngoy, Miss Ann
Cannon, Miss Connloy of Salt Lako,
cara0 to Logan Wednesday to attend
Federation day at tho college
Ono day last weok tho old folks
ot tho Third ward was ontortalned
with a banquet and program: In tho
ovonlng a dancing party for tho
young married peoplo of tho ward
Tho Itevorcnd Mr. Johnston has
been In Logan for a fow days say
ing good-byo to frlonds previous to
his going to Worcoster, whoro ho
will be nsslstnnt Rector ot tho Epis
Mr. William niood of Kaysvllle Is
horo visiting relatives
Mr. J E. Wilson Jr., returned
laBt Saturday from Chicago. Whllo
away ho vlsltod Omaha, St. Louis,
KonsoB City, Independence and Don
vor, making his main stop at Chica
Among the vlBltlng women of the
Federated club ct Utah, were Mlsi
Lucy Yancot, Miss Afton Young,
I Mrs. Will Illter, Mrs. Will McDon
ald, of Salt Lake; Mrs. Lowe, of
Hrlghnm City; MIbs Vornn Dowman,
Miss Mattlo Wnttls of Ogden.
Messrs Guy nnd Lewis Aloxandor,
were here during the week on busi
ness. Mr. II. G. Thntchor spont Tues
day nnd Wednesday In Salt Lake.
Mr. Orvllle Adams will leavo early
In March to flit a mission In Eng
land Mr. J. E. Darrack of Fairbanks,
Alaska, spent tho week horo.
President and Mrs. Joseph F.
Smith came hero last night to attend
tho board meeting ot tho D. Y. C.
which will bo held today.
Mr. an4 Mrs. James Steed of
Farmlngton, spent tho week hero.
Mr. H. P. Harber spent tho early
part of tho week In Salt Lake.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Hammond
left last Saturday for a month's stay
Mrs, F. Y. Taylor of Suit Lake
spent tho week here.
Mrs. W. H. Sanders of Salt Lake
spont tho week here, guest of Mrs.
A. S. Home.
Mr. Le Grand Young Jr., of Salt
Lake, spent the early part of tho
Mr. Diana Smith of Salt Lake
spent part ot the week In Logan.
Applications For Grazing Permits.
NOTRE Is hereby given that all
applications for permits to graze cat
tle, horses and sheep within the
CACHE NATIONAL FOIlEST during
tho season of 1913, must bo fllod In
my ofllco at Logan, Utah, on or be
foro February 24, 1913. Full Informa
tion in regard to tho grazing fees to
bo charged and blank forms to be
used In making applications will be
furnished upon request. CLINTON
O. SMITH, Supervisor.
CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
W. H. Chapman, Wlnnobago, Nob.,
tells how ho did It. "My two children
had a very bad cough and tho doc
tor's medicines did them no good. 1
got a bottlo of Foloy's Honey and
Tar Compound and boforo it was all
used tho children wero freo nnd cured
of tholr cough. I saved a doctor's
bill for ono 25c bottlo of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound " No opi
ates. Co-op Drug Co (Advertise
ment). It your child Is Palo and sickly,
pIckB nt tho no6e, starts In tho sleep
and grinds tho teeth whllo sleeping
It Is n euro signs ot worms. A rem
edy for theso parasites will bo found
In WHITE'S CltEAM VERMIFUGE.
It not only clears out tho worms,
but It restores health and cheerful
ness. Prlco 25c per bottlo. Sold by
Illtor Bros Drug Co. Advertisement
Notice Is horeby given that tho
annual meeting of tho stockholders
ot tho Logan, Hyde Park nnd Smith'
Hold Canal company will be hold In
tho court house, Logan on Monday
February 10, 1913 at 1 o'clock p. m.
ot that day for tho purpose ot hear
ing tho nnnual roport ot tho company
electing n board of directors for the
ensuing term ot two (2) years and
transacting any other business that
may como before tbo meeting.
LARS C. PETERSEN,
Dated at Logan, I'tah. .Ian 28, liillf
Tho Praise That Cornea From Thank
ful Looan Ptople
Ono kidney remedy fans known
Logan people rely upon It.
That romedy is Doan'B Kidney
Logan tostimony proves it reli
able. XI rs William It. Jacobsen, 42
South Fifth East street, Logan, Utah
soys. "I was troubled by backache
and kidney complaint tor years nnd
was unable to obtain relief until I
began using Dean's Kidney Pills.
The contonta ot th first box ot this
romedy made a marked improvement
and I coutlnuod Its use until entire
ly cured. My hoalth has been ol tho
boat ever since. Other members ot
my foully have also boa benefitted
by Doan'a Kidney Fills and we all
think highly of them. My daughter
Is now using this romedy with suc
cess. She suffered from pains In the
back and trouble from tho kidney
Bccrotlom. All persons afflicted with
kidney complaint should give Doan's
Kidney Pills a trial."
For solo by all dealors. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan'a and
take no other. Advertisement.
HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS
Keep Foley'e Hones' and Tar Com
pound always on hand, and you ean
quickly head off a cold by Its prompt
use. It contains no opiates, heals and
soothes the Inflamed air passages,
stops the cough, and may save a Mg
doctor's bill. In the yellow package.
A heavy cold In the lungs that
was expected to cure Itself has beon
tho starting point In many cases of
disease that ended fatally. The sen
sible course Is to take frequent dosos
of HALLARD'S HOREHOUND SY
IIUP. It checks tho progress ot tho
disorder and assists nature to re
storo normal conditions. Price 25c,
COc, and 1 per bottlo. Sold by Rltor
Hros. Drug Co. Advertisement.
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m m X
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X modify its flavor. Tho old- f
f fashioned method accomplished
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t OUR LIQUID SMOKE 9
t is merely a Bhort cut to bet- f
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ESCAPED AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS
W. P. Broyles made a successful
escape after fifteen years of suffer
ing from kidney and bladder troubles.
Foley Kidney Pills roleased him and
will do Just the aarae (or others. He
says! "They cured a most severe
backache with painful bladder irreg.
ularltles, and they do all you claim
for them." Refuse eubstltutee. Co
op Drug Co. (Advertisement).
cheap homes & farms!
f Fine Ueet and Dairy Farm, CO acres, good water right, close to
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Six acres young bearing orchard and small fruits, good water 1 9
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in Cache Valley, price 120 per acre.
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Modern Dr'ck Residence, close to Temple and College, 8 rooms, lot
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Three nice modern frame residences, 4 rooms each, bath, hot and
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I LOGAN, ... - Utah I
Special Offer For Midwinter 1913
This is the time when coughs, colds and kindred ailments to
which human kind are heir, make their appearance. Here are some
fine seasonable liquors which are used generally In such cases. Their
judicious tise generally proves beneficial, and here Is an opportunity
ABSOLUTELY FREE One Bottle Fine Cherry Cordial
express prepaid on fol.owlng: With each order sent us during Jan
uary, February or March, 1913, for 4 quarts, assorted if desired, of
any of the following:
Rock and Rye, price per 4 big full quarts 4.00
Rum, price per 4 big full quarts S4.00
Comings Monarch Whiskey, price per 4 big full -quarts 94.00
White Corn Whiskey prlco per 4 big full quarts S4.00
California Applo Jack Brandy, cordlallzed, 4 big full quarts . .S4.00
California Peach Brandy, cordlallzed price per 4 big quarts . .84.00
We will Include one bottle Cherry Cordial, value SI.OO
Total tMuu S5.00
Express prepaid Jn the entire 5 bottes to your nearest railway
Yoi r order may bo assorted, but must consist of 4 full quart bottles
$ ThcRcxaiiSlore j r-"52r RIEGER & L1WDLEY ti"'"!
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nn SALE mi
1 Is Now On I
I Reductions In All Departments I
I 87 North Main, - - - - Logan. 1