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Bl ,n THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN ' SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 I
(QUALITY FIRST I
Has Always Been our Motto
I Jewelry Repair Work
j 1 Honest Goods At Honet Prices
C. M. Wendelboe, Jeweler
H) 68 BAST FHlflT NORTH BTHEKB lMJArl, UTAH
I. HOMO MISSIONARIES
I Cnchc Stake High Council nnd
I Home missionaries will visit the var-
I " lona wards of Cache Stake on Sun-
day, May 18, as follows:
HJ I Ucnson. J. Z. Stewart and Glen
v .Hydo Park. J. E. Carllslo and
M8 Logan First. Andreas I Peterson
H and V. L. Llndblad.
Hj Logan Second. II. K. Merrill and
Hj ' Herbert Weston.
Hj Logan Third John II. Anderson
Hj and Edgar Evcrton.
H Logan Fourth. L. S. Cardon and
H J. W.iMorrell.
H Logan Fifth. a D. Mltton and
M . , Constipation is the arch-enemy of health.
j ConqUcr this enemy and you rout awholc armjr
of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness,'
siclt headache, sleeplessness and nervous dyspep-
kia. Bccchahl's Pills have been a world-fayorite
laxative for over 6ixty years. They go straight to
I " tlie caiise of many ills and remove it. They act
I promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no
habit-forming drug: These time-tested pills
I t ' strengthen the stomach, stimulate the Uvcr and
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Direction of Special Value to Women nro with Erery Bos.
t Sold by drufoUta throughout the world. In boxet, 10c, 25c. fj
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Man I tho Great Listener.
H OlrW with ugly cars cotcr thonj with
H llttlo knots of Imlr, but mnn'8 enro
Hi . roust Ktnnil mt Iiefaro tlio world nnd
HI'l IoLq what la coming to tliom. Toledo
W. W. Henderson.
Logan Sixth. Gcorgo Z. Lamb and
George S, Dalncs.
Logan Scventn. Adolph Eaer and
II. J. Mathews.
Logan Eighth. f. Scholes and 11.
Logan Ninth. It. 0. Larsen and
J. Vernon Adams.
Logan Tenth. A. E. Anderson
and Joseph II. l'alntor.
North Logan. John Quayle nud
Peter M. Nelson.
Providence First. A. E. Cranncy
and Ezra Ecaracs.
Providence Second Job. A. llulmo
and J. F, Whitney.
River Heights. Henry C. Hancey
and Samuel Morgan.
Advice From a Great Man.
r.lillllps Brooks once said tint It is
Just an presumptuous to tldnk that you
ran do nothing iih It Is to think that
ou am do cvi'othlnp. Try to "steer
n inlddlo course" between the two.
BOYS TROUBLES ',
"My nephew, James Hogan. who Is
fifteen years of age. has gained six
teen pounds on Tanlac and Is now
a robust, happy boy after thirteen
years of awful suffering," said Miss
Magglo Goldsmith, 280 Henry Am.,
Memphis, Tcnn. Miss Goldsmith has
been connected with tho Joe I. UI
lathorno Seed Co., of that city for
twenty seven years and 1s a stock
holder and director of tho company.
"Ever since James was two years'
old," continued Miss" Goldsmith, "be
has been afflicted -with stomach
trouble. Two or three hours after
eating especially tho evening meal, I
ho would begin to complain of severe
pains in his stomach which would In
creaso until ho would go Into con.
vulslons. These spells would coma'
on five or six times a month and
last about thirty minutes and he1
would be unconscious for an hour.
Somo said he had heart trouble and
others said It was vertigo. His con
dition kept him down to almost a
skeleton and It was pitiful to see how
"His mother took him to St. Louis
and many other places for treatment
and we spent thousands of dollars
trying to find somo relief for him
but it was all to no avail ,
"But alrjtorfjsl JPadfoX aaklety
and worry nan been lifted. James
is now a well and happy boy and Is
going to school, and a few bottles ot
Tanlac did it. Ho always complain
ed of having to tako other medicines
bat he seemed to like Tanlac 'and
since taking "five bottles bo Is six
toon pounds heavier and doesn't look
llko tho same boy. no wants to eat
all tho time and can eat anything
without it hurting him. It makes us
rcjolco to see James well and stout
and enjoying life llko other boys.
Wo are not looking for notoriety, but
foi tho sake of Buffering, humanity,
we are willing to give our unquali
fied endorsement for Tanlac."
Tanlac Is Fold in Logan by the
City Drug Co.; In Wcllsvllle by tho
Wcllsvlllo Drug Co.; In Smithflold
by niter Brothers Drug Co.; In Hy
rum by Hyruni Drug bo.; In Rich
niond by A. A. Thomas, and In Low
lston by Lovlston Drug Co. Adv
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News Items Rom
LEWISTON, May 14. Sunday
services were devtcd to Mothers Day
in all the wards. The First ward
Sunday school rendered a special pro
gram and presented each mother'
with a carnation. Special programs
were given In ail of the wards.
j Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Itlgby of Salt
Lake ara visiting with relatives at
Mr. Albert Mobbs of Logan was at
Lewiston Sunday; 1
Mrs. Myrtlo I'ond'cntcrtatned with
a dancing party Wednesday evening.
Twenty guests woro present.
The graduating class of tho Lewis
ton schools took a canyon trip up
High Creek Thursday spending the
'entire day in pleasure and lunching.
,Tho students were chaperoned by
Principal C. B. Stoddard and Mrs.
Mrs. Ida Rogers is Spending the
week at Ogden.
Mr. Laf Telford of Idaho Falls Is
visiting in Lewiston.
Mrs. Ruby Bernhisel spent over
Wednesday at Hyrum as the guest
of Mr and Mrs. Taylor Hutton.
Mr. Rulon Kemp returned from
overseas duty in France Saturday.
Rulon is looking fine and glad to be
alivtf'and home again.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haslam
a.flno baby on Wednesday.
Mrs. Mary Fife and children and
Grand Mother Fife of Providence
were tho guests ot Mrs. Sarah Stocks
The seventh and eighth grades en
tertained with a dancing party Fri
day evening at tho Lewiston Confec
tionary. The students were chaper
oned by Mr. C B. Stoddard, Mra Hel
vla Van Orden and Mrs. Maud Stocks.
Dainty refreshments wero served.
Mr. Lawrenco Balrd leaves tho
Lewiston Third ward next week to
fulfill a mission In tho northwestern
Mr. Darrell Kent is expected to ar
rive home from Franco next week.
The 117th quorum of Seventies
held their monthly meeting at tho
First ward Sunday evening.
A mass meeting was held by tho
thrco wards of Lowlston Sunday ev
ening for tho purpose of arousing
lntorost In fixing up tho city ceme
tery. Plans wero adopted whereby
tho improvement can bo made. A
survejor will go over tho ground
this week. It will go over tho
this week. It will bo ne
cessary to move some of tho graves
nj they aro located In tho streets
Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Van Orden
attended tho druggists convention at
Salt Lake on Tuesday and Wednes
day. Bishop and Mrs. G. A. Hogan wore
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lew
Is of Logan Monday. A birthday
dinner was given in honor of Mrs.
Mr. Harry Coloy spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Hendricks
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stocks wero
the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
All red ot Preston gunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Baor of Prov
idence spent tho lattor pait of tho
week In Lowlston.
i Mrs. Ellen Hyer is reported as be
ing critically m.
Tho Lowlston baseball team car
ried off tho honors In tho first league
game Saturday by tho scoro ot 10 to
2 In favor ot Lowlston as usual.
Miss Mildred Merrill spent over
Sunday visiting at Richmond.
Mr and Mrs. II. H. Harrison vis
ited Sunday j with Mrs. Jano Harri
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Stocks spent
part ot Sunday visiting at Richmond.
Mr. Peterson ot Hyrum was tho
I guest of his sister Miss Laurcen Pet
The Cornish Mercantile was rob
bed Friday night, a quantity ot juw
I elry and some cash was taken.
I Mrs Rebecca Rawlins moved tc
National High Way
One ot tho most far reaching de
velopments to place our national
highway system on a sound, uniform
and economical basis Is the recent
announcement by President H. B.
Hutching that tho University of Mich
igan will offer a course in Highway
Transport to Its students. W. T.
Powoll, district manager of the B.
F. Goodrich Rubber Company has
shown that tho significance of high
way freight transportation was vi
vidly brought to light by the war,
and ts now recognized as much a
part of our shipping and communi
cation scheme as are the railroads
nnd the steamship lines.
The army has trained several hun
dred thousand experts in the hauling
of freight over tho roads, and many
of these men will want to round out
this education by entering colleges
and there prepare to take up high
way transportation as their lire work.
The University of Michigan which
Is the first great American school to
offer a Highway Transport course,
also presents courses In automobile
engineering and in various phases of
tho transportation problem as presen
ted by the department ot economics.
These different courses will iend to
Coincident with (his training, an
opportunity trill be given the student
to take the university coarse th High
way Engineering, as It is now recog
nled thai the road bed and the high
way vehicle that travels it are as
closely related aa the rolling stock
and the road bed of a railroad line.
It is predicted by prominent offi
cials in the automobile industry that
many other universities will offer a
Highway Transport course by next
fall. The country favors a great ex
pansion In road building activities,
and traffic over tho roads. Many
hitherto Inaccesalblo sections ot the
country will be opened up to com
merce and llkewlso great inter-coun-ty
and Inter-state express and pas
senger t raffle over the highways will
Hheuuiatlsm causes more pain aud
suffering than any othor disease, for
tho reason that It is tho most com
mon ot nil Ills, and It is certainly
gratifying to sufferers to know that
thero is a remedy that will afford re
lief and make rest and sleep possible
It Is called Chamberlain's Lini
Logan Monday where she will make
her home for somo time.
Mrs. Maud Stocks"" and children
are tho guests of Mrs. Esther Wil
liamson ot Wcllsvlllo this week.
Mrs. Emma Telford, Mr. John Tel
ford, Misses Nell and Pearl Telford
wero the guests of Mrs. Meredith
Chatterton of Preston Saturday.
Miss Mary Pond spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Gustaveson
and Mrs. Annie Orchard motored to
Bishop and Mrs. G. A. Hogan
spent Saturday In Logan on business.
Mrs. Millie Van Orden spont Fri
day at Richmond.
Mrs. Stella Bell entortalned with
a supper Saturday ovenlng. Covers
wero laid for about twenty guests.
Mr; Albert Bybce roturned homo
from Lava Hot Springs for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball and Mr. and
Mrs. Hitchcock ot Preston motored
to Lewiston Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowo of Franklin
were tho guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Jewel Van Orden Friday.
MIbs Ethel Coley was pleasantly
surprised by a number of friends on
Mrs, Soverson and family are visit
ing at Salt Lake.
Tho'llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. John
i Hawkcs.ls slowly Improving1. '
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