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K THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1013 THE LOQAN REPUBLICAN PAOc &Va.K
H ALTERED IN THEIR MEANING
H Phraaes, Petting Through Genera-
H tlont, Become Distorted Before
H Qene rally Acknowledged.
H Word building la as much a piece
H of carpentry as is houso building.
H Dnly It takes longer. Sometimes a
H tontury more. And by that tlmo the
B word's first meaning Is usually chang-
H For examplo, tho old word for
H "neighbor" was "sib." Ono's good
B neighbor was known as one's "good
H lb." This became shortened to
BK 'godslb,' and Iator to "gossip." Then
BH tho word's whole moaning changed
PB and gossip no longer meant good
ftVJ neighbor, but applied to the sort of
RVH talk exchanged between good neigh
ftVJ pAVJ Take the word "fnrmor," too. The
BAWJ old word for "farmer" was "boor."
pBfta (And "boor" later was UBed for do-
BH scribing farmer-like or rough per-
B tons.) The farmer living nearest to
H ono was known as tho "nlghboor,"
pftVJ and this phrase, In course of time,
was twisted to "neighbor."
AV You've heard the proverb, "Mttlo
pBVJ pitchers havo big cars." Well, It
doesn't refer to tho utensil that holds
water or goes to the corner side door.
"Pitcher" was a slang term with
pHH tome such meaning as our word "chap"
or "follow." ThuB, "Llttlo fellows
PPj havo "big ears" Is a moro sensible
PPJ rendering of the. proverb. Chicago
H Point of View.
P "Say, pa, what Is tho difference bo-
H tweon a visit and a visitation?" Fond
H Father A visit, my boy, Is when you
J go to see your Grandmother Jones,
m nnd a visitation Is when your Grand-
PPJ mother Jones coms to see us.
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
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BaH PtJK U&iBL PMlWUftBUm iBrmm4A
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BSM tVWI . Mt4 tdl BIm KlbtmbXf
It at SlSloK HBAND PILLS, fa.
H SOiB BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
1 1 DIRECTORY
H Will Furnish You
H THE WALL PAPER
H And put it on your walls
At 35c A Roll And Up
gM Street No. 178 South Main
Q Phone 305 y
H Logan, Hide & Junk Co.
BE Pay the Highest Price
Hf for Rubbers and Metals,
B MachineryJCast Iron. Also
m for Hides Wool And Bees-
m wax. 1UO South Main,
B Logan Utah, Phone, 62.
H I Save You Money
B Making Your Furniture New
P Upholtttting and Central Repairing
B Couches In Imitation Leather SS.OO
LM Bed Springs Rutrrched 75 C
kW Hair and Wool Matretm RcmadeS-. 5 O
H ALL WORK GUARANTEED BY
J. F. Schirmeister
B Shop 34 S. Main 'Phone 393 b
H James G. Walters
I Union Block, 75 North Main St,
I We Sell The Eartb
H Loan Money on It
K Farm and City Property, th
H choicest for tale and exehanga.
H Commercial Stocks bought and
Hj told. Plenty ot money to loan
gH on dty and farm property.
jB .afett place on earth for raal
B estate and commerelal Invest-
I H. A. PEDERSEN
K And Company
B Over 1st National Bank
H. m-Tam um...
IN GOLDEN AGE OF YOUTH
"College Life" a Thing Always to Be
Regarded With the Tenderett
The phrase "cellego life" Is an
Americanism and It has no equivalent
In any other languago but English. It
dcscrlbos, to those whose uso with
understanding and sympathy, an ex
perience out of which grows a deep
sentiment mndo up of pleasure, friend
ship, affection, loyalty and pride. It
aeoms to them "a tender influenco, a
peculiar grace," that reaches out
across miles and years, drawing them
back to their Alma Mater, and the
comradeship of their classmates. To
most graduates their collogo life
seems tholr golden ago; through the
mist of years tho campus becomes an
iBland of Utopia whoso very tediums
grow bright In tho retrospect, the
sting of whoso sins and failures was
nlways lessened by the power of tho
Ideals and hopes that tilled Its air.
No campus e or wns a Utopia, and tho
most golden ngo of memory has doubt
lesB been much alloyed with basor
metal, but If thero 1 not something
very bright nnd beautiful In American
college life it Is hard to account for
tho feeling In thousands of gray-hair-or
men that long ago In their youth,
besides the education they got, they
gained nround tho knees of Alma
Mater lasting Joy, strength and Inspi
ration that was not entirely contain
ed In tho books they read and cannot
bo exactly measured by tho knowl
edge thoy acquired. I'nul Van Dyka
tn Scrlbner's Magazine.,
There arc three classes of society
In England the aristocrats, who are
barbarians; the middle class, who aro
Philistines, and the dregs of society,
who aro nothing at all. It Is a funny
thing that the late King Kdwnrd, who
had all the vices of the aristocrats,
was beloved by the middle class, and
that his son. King Uoorge, who has
all the virtues of tho middle class, Is
despised by the aristocrats. He and
the queen aro always spoken of aa
George and the Dragon.
His Beauty Not the Cause.
Fernando dc Leyba, who took com
mand of St. I.ouls on June 1 1. 1778.
"I have been received by nil the In
habitants with extraordinary signs ot
rejoicing, which I do not nttrlbute to
my beauty, ndr to tho facf, that they
were dlsBatlsfled with my predecessor,
but only that In the creature they
praise the Creator."
It waB addressed to the governor
Ecnrtral nf LauIaIaiia
Hadn't Done 80 Badly.
"I might havo married a million
aire," declared Everywoman. "Ono of
my old schoolmates Is now ono."
"And several of your schoolmates aro
working right tn this town for $10 a
week," retorted Everyman, "while ono
of them Is In Jail. I guess In marry
ing a chap getting $1,500 a year your
average is fairly good." And thon
Bverybaby set up a howl and thoy
had to stop quarreling to attend to
him. Pittsburg Post.
That Occasional Chord.
Thero aro chords In tho human
heart, strange, varying things, which
aro only struck by accident: which
will remain muto and senseless to ap
peals the roost passionate, and earnest,
and respond at last to tho slightest
casual touch In tho most Insenslblo
or childish minds thero Is soma train
of reflection which art can seldom
lead, or skill assist, but which will re
veal itself, as great truths havo dono,
by chance, and when tho discoverer
has tho plainest and simplest end In
ylew. Charles Dlckeons.
Hadn't Missed It.
Llttlo Virgil, aged Ave, traveled In
California with his parents Just prior
to tho earthquake and felt there was
nothing In tho state that ho hadn't
seen. Upon his return home a neigh
bor said: "Well, Virgil, you Just miss
ed the earthquake." To which ho re
plied: "Oh, nol We saw It, but It
hadn't gone off yet."
Took first Position.
Mr. William Mllllgan Sloano, "Beth
Low" professor of history at Colum
bia university, tn an Interview with
the London Dally Mall correspondent,
said: "I understand that a certain
Berlin correspondent ot a New York
newspaper received a cablegram from
his odltor which read, 'Don't send
much war news; world's baseball ae
ries now on!'"
Destiny of America.
A nation Is not a conglomeration of
voters, to bo roprosonted by hungry
politicians empowered to partition
tho spoils ot ofllce, but a people ani
mated by a common impulse and
seeking to work out a common des
tiny. The destiny ot America Is mu
tual service; labor Is tho corner stone
of our nationality, tho labor of each
for all. Ralph Waldo Emoraon.
Better Daya Coming.
"This la the tenth tlmo you havo
been up before mo," aatd tho Clove
land Judgo severely. "Is It possible,
your honor?" replied the prisoner.
"Weill welll .Ain't It wonderful how
long some Judges hold office under the
old system T nut I promise It won't
happen again not attor wo cat the
raoall to worKIn',"
AND MR. VANDERBILT PAID
"Get the Very Best," Was His In
struction Sequel Became Only
a Matter of Course.
This Is how tho lato Cornelius Van
derbllt found himself giving to an In
stitution tho snmo costly carpet ho
had Just selected for his palatini New
Saint Johnlaud 1b a church com
munity on Long Island, where differ
ences of faith play llttlo part hi the
admission of some 200 children and
old people. Mr. Vamlerbllt, Its vice
president, offered one day, through
Dr. Henry Mottet, to give the clmpel
a much-needed carpet, and told l)r.
Motlct where to buy It Tho article-continues-
"Oct tho very best," said Mr Van
derbllt, who had Just finished his new
house nt 1 West Fifty-seventh Htrect.
Mr Mottet accordingly looked over
carpets and selected a costly ono ol
red velvet. Ho told tho clerk It was
for an institution, gave its rather gen
croiiB dlmenslonss-to-be. and added
that tho bill should go to Mr. Vnndcr
bllt. Tho clerk had some difficulty to
recover his compoBiiro.
"I don't suppose you know," ho ol
untcered, "that this is tho Identical
carpot selected by Mr. Vamlerbllt for
his now houso!"
Tho Vnnderbllt carpet Is still In tho
llttlo chapel. Tho Churchman.
PRETTY LANGUAGE OF LOVE
In Switzerland Flowers Are Made Use
of by Those Who Seek Their
Companions In Life.
In remote Alpine hamlets and vil
lages especially In tho llernese Ober
land there still exist ancient and pret
ty customs of proposing marriage by
the language ot flowers. If a maid
accepts a bouquet of edewetss from a
accepts a bouquet of edelweiss from a
him as her fiance, the Idea being that
tho man has risked his life to obtain
the flowers for the woman he loves.
Another method which exists in the
Canton of Olarus Is for the young man
to place a flowerpot containing n sin
glo rose and a note on the window
sill of the girl's room when slio Is ab
sent from homo and wnlt perhaps
days for a reply. It the maid takes
the rose, tho young man boldly en
tors the bouse to arrange matters
with her parents, but If the roBe is al
lowed to fade away the proposal Ib ro
Jccted without a single word having
been exchanged between the couple.
Sometimes a fickle girl will keep a
young mnn waiting a day or two for
nn answer, but whatever it may be It
is considered llnal.
Need Not Be Drudgery.
Young American women would do
well to heed tho words of a recent
lecturer on houBcliold economics, who
salil that housework need not neces
sarily bo drudgery. She says it Ib not
drudgery, once its technique is mas
tered, any moro than dancing or piano
playing or ncting or singing aro dis
agreeable tasks, onco the girl has
mastered tho lanlc principles of each
ot thoiu urts, Housekeeping is rela
tively simple when one knows how.
Tho difficulty Is that few tnko tho
troublo to learn how It the. same in
telllgence nnd persistence nro used
as aro employed In mastering any of
tho other accomplishments, after tho
learning period Is over, the practlco
is comparatively, easy Thero Is a
period of drudgery In acquiring any
art, no matter what It is, and 110 ono
can expect to master housekeeping or
music either who is not willing to
submit to tho necessary period of
training. Hut easo comes with know
ing how and disposing of tho duties
tn a clenr-hoaded, systematic, scien
tific manner. Exchange,
Secret of Happiness.
Most of us begin well. When wo
are quite young, we are full of faith.
Wo believe in others, nnd wo nlso bo
Ilevo In our own powers of overcoming
faults and fallings.
Wo sot out full of the zest of life
no hill is too high to climb, no point
too lofty to reach.
Hut later most ot us get discour
aged. Wo find that our friends are not
so noblo as wo thought them, that It
Ib much harder to root out our faults
and fallings than we imagined, and
perhaps In time to take up the fool
ish, soul-destroying Idea that so long
as we aro "no worse than other peo
ple" It Is all right.
l.et us try to keep the high Ideals
that wn learned at our mother's kneo,
to still keep our faith In human na
ture, no matter how often wo nuiy bo
disappointed, mI us still strive for
perfection and rosolvo to do o 1 i"t
again and nTaln, no mutter hov u
wo may fnil far onl) b doing this
can wo keej our hearts, young, how
ever old we may live to be, nnd only
so can wo bo our best and do our
Ancient Use of Cork.
Cork was known to tho Orceka and
Romans, and was put to almost aa
many uses as nt present, although
thero la no mention In Romo of Hno
loum, notwithstanding Its Roman
sound. Qlass bottlos, with cork stop
pers, for wine and beer, did not como
Into uso until the mlddlo ot the four
A healthy man Is a king it his
own sight; an unhealthy man la an
unhappy alava. Burdock Blood Bit
ters builds op sound beltb keeps
you well. AdTrtlemBt
"O that I bhoultl ticmblc at
her sight." Scene from
Clcopa' ra at the Oak Today
Tho king ot the hobos slouched Into
tho olllce of The Dally liread to make
"You th editor""" ho asked
"In J ore paper this murnlii' ou said
I madu a talk to th' boys last night
on 'How to lie at Work All th' Time.' "
"You got It wrong Th' subjeck ot
my llttlo talk wns 'How to Heat Work
All th' Time 1 want It c'rectod,
mister That's nil."
Japanese Boys the Healthier.
Boys appear to bu sllghll) healthier
than girls In Jnpnn, but tho gills huvo
better eyesight According to odlclal
reports covering medical Inspection
of nenrly 2,000,000 children In tho pub
lic elementary schools, 47.7 per cent.
ot the boyB had strong constitutions,
47.4 per cent medium, and 4.9 per
cent, weak Of tho girU, 42.7 per
cent, had stiong constitutions 51.2
per ceit. mcdl-im, and 6.1 per cent.
If your child Is pale and sickly,
picks nt the nose, starts In the Bleep
and grinds the teeth whllo sleeping
It Is a sure signs of worms. A rem
edy for theoo pnrasltcB will bo found
In WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE.
It not only clears out the worms,
but It restoies health and cheerful
ness. Prlco 2Sc per bottle. Sold by
RIter Bros Drug Co. Advertisement
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
In tho District Court Probato Divi
sion, In nnd for Cache County, Stato
IN THE D18TRICT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL DI8TRICT OF
THE STATE 0 UTAH, IN
AND FOR THfc COUNTY
Consult County Clerk or tho He spec
tlve Signers for further Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Joseph H. Parker
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to Henry J. Parker, the
undersigned administrator of tho es
tate, at his resldenco at Wellsvllle,
Utah, on or before tho 27th day of
Juno A. D. 1913.
Onto of first publication, February
HENRY J. PARKER, administrat
or of the estate of Joseph II. Par
J. Z. STEWART, JR.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Anna B Phillips
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at tho
offlco of J. C. Walters, Attorney
nt law, 75 North Main street, Logan,
Utah, on or before tho 7th day of
June, A. D. 1913.
Date of first publication, Fobrunry
th. A. D. 1913.
ANNA E MEYER,
J.' C. WALTERS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Ferdinand Zollinger
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to ihe undersigned at hla
residence at Providence, Utah on or
beforo the 7th day ot June, A, D.,
Date of first publication, February
8th, A. D., 1913.
FERDINAND ZOLLINGER, Jn.
J. C. WAWJ1R8,
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
In tho District Court ot tho First
Judicial District of th0 State of Utah
in nnd for tho county ot Cache:
tn tho matter ot tho Dissolution
or tho Logan & Richmond Irrigation
District: Notico Is hereby glen tlini
tho board ot trustees of tho Logan
& Richmond Irrigation District lino
applied to this court for nn order
dissolving tho said district, iiml any
person or persons objecting thereto
aro required to fllo their objections
within not less than 30 days of tho
ditto ot first publication of this no
tice, with tho clerk of tills court.
D.ito of first publication Febiuiiry
I. 1913. mC
A. II. CHAMBERS.
LAW .t HARRIS
In tlio District Com t of I'tieuo
County, Utah, Mary J. 1'edersen,
plaintiff, s. Robert 11. McFiinand,
Attn McFarlnud and Merrill McFnr
land, defendant: To bo sold nt Sher
iff's salo on tho 2Sth day of Febru
ary, 1013, ut 12 o'clock noon of the
Bald day, at tho front door or the
court houso In Logan City, Utah, tho
following described real eBtnte, viz
Beginning nt n nolnt 43 rods wchL
ot tho northeast corner of tho north
cast quarter ot section 31, township
11, north, range 1 cast, Salt I.ako
Meridian, thence Bouth 17 rods;
thence, west 20 rods; tlienco north
1C 1-2 rods; thence west 1 1-2 rods;
tlienco north C2 1-2 rods; thencu
eaat 20 rods; thence soutli G2 1-2
rods; tlienco east 1 1-2 rods to tho
place ot beginning, containing !) nnd
142-1C0 acres. ,
Dated (IiIh 4th day of February,
J. II. BARKER,
.1 C. WALTERS,
III tho District Court ot Cache
County, Utah, Sidney BtovonB Imple
ment company, n corporation, ploln-
tiff, versus J. V. Hodges, defendant. H
To bo sold nt sheriff's salo on tho
2Sth dny (f February, 1913, at, 12 H
o'clock, noon, ot said day, at tho
front door ot tho court house in Lo- J
gnn City, Utah, the following descrlb H
cd real estate, viz: All tho right, tl- H
tie. and interest of tho said defendant H
Commencing nt tho southeast cor- H
nor ot tho southwest quarter of sec- H
tlon 23, township 14, north range 1 H
west, Snlt Lnko meridian; thence H
north 1C0 rods; tlienco west 80 rods, H
tlienco south 30 rods; thence cast J
32 rods; tlienco soutti 50 tods;
thenco west 112 rods; tlienco south H
80 rods; thonco cast 1C0 rodH to the H
plnco of beginning. H
Dated this first dny ot February, H
J. BARKER. H
Advertisement. '27 H
SHERIFF'S SALE H
In District Court of Caclio county, H
Utah. Sidney Stovcns Implement Com H
pnny, a corporation, plaintiff, orsus H
Wllford Monson, dofondnnt: To bu H
mid nt sherlif's salo on tho 2Sth dny H
or February, 1913, nt 12 o'clock noon .H
ot said day, nt tho front door ot the H
court house, In Logan City, Utah, tho H
following described real ea'nte, viz:
Beginning nt n point COO chains H
south and COO chains north C! dcg. H
49 mln. west of tho northeast corner
ot tho northwest quarter of section H
8, thenco north C5 dcg. 49 mln. went H
3.30 chains; thenco south 30 dcg. H
40 mln. west to mill race; thence H
easterly along mill rnco 3.10 chains; H
thence north 33 dcg. 30 mln. east H
to tho plnco of beginning, contain- H
Also, all the right, title nnd Inter-
est, ot tho said defendnntn in and H
to lot 7, block 13, pint "A" Ilyrum H
City survey, nnd 13 1-2 acres In the H
northwest quarter of section 3, town H
ship 10 north rango 1 entit, Snlt Lnko H
Meridian, which Interest Is that of B
n devisee under tho will ot linns H
Monson, deceased. H
Dated tho first day ot February, J
J. II. BARKER, H
Advertisement 127 H
j ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF NAILS ! H
I Following is the New Mail Schedule at Logan, Utah, 1 H
! Post Ofiicc on account of new time card of the Oregon ! H
J Short Line, effective Sunday, December 22, 1912 J
I CLOSING OF MAILS f H
tl'iibt, West, North and South, 7.30 a. 111. 2:00 p. m. f H
Preston Branch, north 10:25 a. in. 7:15 p. m. f H
I Branch Loop south, Ilyrum, WcllsvHlu, etc 2:00 p. m. I H
i I'rovidonco and Mlllvlllc, via R. F. D. 1 9:30 n. m. I H
I Hoiuon nnd King, (except Sunday) 1:00 p. m. f
j It. I". D. 1 Collego Ward, (except Sunday) 9:30 n. m. j H
i R I' D. 2, North Logan (except Sunday)...' 9:30 a. m. !
V ARRIVAL OF MAILS f H
j East, West North and South ....8:20 n. m. 11:30 a. 111. 8:30 p. m. i H
! Preston Branch 8:20 n. m. 3:0Q p. m. J H
I Branch Loop, Wellsvllle, Ilyrum, etc 11:30 a. 111.
k I-rovldcnce and Mlllvllle 4:30 p. 111. k
! Benson nnd King (except Sunday) 11:45 n. ru. J
f It. V. D. 1, College Ward 4:30 p.m. I 1
k R. F. D. 2 Grocnvllle, North Lognn 1:00 p. m. I H
J All windows at post olllco aro closed on Sundays tho cntlro dny. f
I Goneial Delivery, Stamp, and Carrier windows open on holidays from k M
19 to 10 o'clock a. m. I H
Only two dispatches aro made on Sundayo: South, 7:30 a. m. and f
I North at 7:15 p. m. i H
I Very Respectfully, I H
f JOSEPH ODELL, Postmastor. I
IP I HAD SAVED
The Mlstae iiw-, I
Start A B4NK ACCOUlf ibday
toprtiitiu i t 1 C. t . Pim 'inan Co. -No. 5 H
THEIR earnings have been sufficient but M
their savings have not. A bank ac-
count insures perfect independence in
mature years. 9
LOGAN. UTAH, H
Capital 9IOO.OOO.OO. Surplus 910,000.00. Dcpoaifa 500,000.00 M
President, THOMAS SMART, CaihUr, ALLAN M. FLEMING, H
Vlca-Prai., JAMES QUAYLE, Aaat. Caahlar, H. B. CROtKETT. H
2nd Vlca-Prai.. JNO. H ANDERSON. H
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