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H PAGE EIGHT THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1919
: RICHMOND PEOPLE
I PREPARING FOR
B i RICHMOND, Dec. 22. Christmas
UU v la hero. Tho boys and girls liavq. left
H t Jtliclr school desks for ono whole
H -week. Stores and shops nro filled
H with toys ii ml goodies. Mystorlous'
B parcels til c carried homo and disposed
M ol in some unknown place. Fcstlvl-
Hj i' Dps nro being planned. Santa Claim
H Js Jlng and the subject of imicli dls-
H cusslim anions tho llttlo folks.
H Jj And to ndd to tho Christmas at-
H jnosphero wo have beautiful sleighing
H nd flno winter weather. The bitter
Hi , ld that lias played havoc with tho
Hj 1 ' iplpes, nnd roal and brought tho inor-
Htj cury ilown to 20 degrees below zero,
H ' &B subsided nnd at present tho tcin-
r pornture Is Just right, wo havo but
S ' n very Iktlo sickness nnd so why
Hf ?' should we not spend a happy Chrlst-
Hjj j Beautiful calendars have been pro-
H j rented the peoplo from tho shops
Hl ud stores. Tho Coop calendar rep-
c ' resenting tho return of our soldlor
H U "boys and giving tho names of all who
Hr, 1 left lllchmond and Cove, with tho
Hf sold stars opposlto tho nnmes of,
H ft thoso who did not return, was or-1
Hn J talnly appropriate and deserving of ,
H K -special mention. I
H $ Word was received by Mr. C. II.
Hl ii -d Mrs. Chloo Merrill from their
Bl I' eon C. Leo Morrill now a student at '
Ha tho Chicago University that he has
H i been admitted an honorary member
j of tha A. O. A. fraternity society of
Hj u. 'hat Institution. This honor was be-
Hf slowed on him for good scholarship j
Hl i nn Eood followshlp and is tho high-J
Hp h est honor that can bo given to a stu-
H p' dont J' tho students. Leo will fln-
Hfj V ish his flvo years medical courso thla
H! spring and will then rocclvo his do-1
ll Cfoo of M. D. Splendid reports or
I j EVERTON&
H' W CutShowt Circle Shows
H W MoJ.INo.IMl V FUonU '
I . Bic Big Saving
: Helps Pay The
H Grocery Bills
COAL is half gas.
The gas part is
h 1 quickly driven
H' from the coal and es-
H capes up the chimney
H unless saved and titil-
Hh ized for cooking by
H Coleis famous fuel sav-
Hl ing and gas burning
- Hot Blast draft The
H fuel bills saved by this
k? remarkable invention will
cut your high cost or living.
H You can't nffora 'i
H f lo.be without
I Cole's ffig
v (imam Il"fct-ootf
H' WiW$m -biHcs wftK
j, jMl; one fire. 4$
Hj .teftKNj immmmm
his work, along that line come from '
tho Institution from tluio to time.
Did you hoar of tho try o'H lor du
bators at the A. C. last week whero
eight out of thirty-flvo contestants
wore chosen and five of thoso eight
woro lllchmond boys?
Misses Iloba and Verba Crockttt
wero visited by sixteen of their Lo
gan frionds who came up In a sleigh
ono ovonlng last week.
Mr. J. W. Hendricks who has been
in California in tho Interest of tho
condensed i.illk factory returnod
homo Saturday evening.
Mrs. A. A. Thomas spent three
days of last week in Salt Lako City,
Mrs. Mlnnto Merrill has boutM. tio
houso nnd lot adjoining Mrs. Mary
Merrills' homo to tho north. It was
owned by Ocorgo Egan.
Klvo farmers leprescntlng Utah'
county were visitors at tho condensed
milk factory last week.
lloraco Pack now a resident of
Shclloy, Idaho, Is visiting friends In
his homo town.
Another child of Mr . and Mrs.
Walt Spackman has como down with
tho small pox.
Silas Knapp of Sugar City is a
Mr, Iloo Harris who hna trans
ferred a herd of cattle to Wolsor,
Idaho, returned homo Wednesday.
A danco ad social w.3 glvon at
tho Scandinavian hall Wednesday ov
cnlng. Flno music was furnished by
Ocosh Drowcr nnd company and al
so by Qunnard Lawrence.
December 30 th, tho homo dram
atic Intends to presont "Tho Hand
of tho Law." They promlso a good
A fine baby girl arrived at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Harris.
"When SUonco is Crime" was
played by tho Waltora Stock company
Wednesday evening and was much
enjoyed by all thoso present.
"Gypsy" was played by the homo
dramatic Saturday, Dec. 14, and wns
highly praised by all who attended,
Mrs. Horschel Uullen of Logan has
been vlsltlnc with her mother Mrs.
Alvlra Hendricks during tho week.
Mr. Nathon Morrill of Murtaugh,
has been visiting with hlB parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Merrill during
tho last two wcoks.
j Mr, and Mrs. Win, P. Merrill have
been favored by a visit from tho
stork. Mrs. Merrill Is at the homo
I of her mother Mrs. Harriet Webb.
A fine baby! girl arrived at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Crockett last
Mr. Eugonq Webb and family who
hnvo been residing nt Worlan, Wyo.,
.whero he has been employed as book
keeper, nt tho sugar factory, has loft
I his work there and brought the fam
ily back to Utah whero he Intends I
Sunday aftornoon to bouUi wnrd
held their primary conference and a
most splendid program was given by
tho children. President Drlgham
Hendricks of Lewlston was present
and spoko n short tlmo.
Tho lllchmond ward held special
.Christmas services Sunday afternoon.
Melvin Merrill being tho main speak
er, "Spiritual Light,'" being his top
ic. Mr. Ilrlg MouBon and Mrs. Hau
na Chrlstonson each rendered a solo,
j Mrs. II. Y. Benson entertained In
honor of her daughter Margaret's
I Tho eighth grade students gave a
party at Hendricks hall Friday ov
enlng, Donchig, games and program
were (ho pleasures. Light refresh
ments were served.
Kg nrearmso1 Ammunition Hi
Ef Vr Up for Catalogue 1 1
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tiik& -i H.&t. qgy
Chano Wrought by Time,
The old-fashioned boy who used to
bo tickled to death when his daddy
gave him a nickel to spend now linn n
small hoy who doesn't know that
there arc any coins below the hnlf
? i mm... .sssss; ' . I
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est cabinet work, that will harm- sffl U llBlilmli'Aul j
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brings with it the greatest gift of KSpBBM ! ffe! & lj
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Store Open Evenings Until Christmas
The Phonograph Shop
'Dealers in Phonographs a nd Records Exclusively i
38 South Main, East Side Opposite Interurban Station j
We shall soon make an announcement that will bring her greater joy if you give her a Brunswick
Hanging Up the Stockings
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South Cache Higli
School News Soles
Tho couq'iTglvoa' by tho miijlo
students of the South Caclio High
School at Hyrum on tho night of Do-
combor 18, was ono of tho most on
joyable events thatt ho peoplo of ly
rum and vicinity hayo been privileged
to hear in the last four months. Tho
concert was given for tho purpose of
raising monoy to buy special equip
ment for the musical department of
tho high school and tho number of
peoplo present and their apporclatlon
of tho numbers rendered may servo
as a criterion of nn early realization i
of tho fulfillment of this purpose.
The conceit was under the direction
or Mr. N. W. ChrlstlanBdn, Instructor
In and head of tho musical depart
ment at tho high school, Those who
took pavt in tho program weie stu-i
dents from tho musical course.
Among tho notable numbers ren
dered woro tho sovoral selections by
tho orchestra and tho choir. Tho vo
cal numbors by tho Misses Harriet '
Christiansen and Ebba Peterson nnd
violin solo by Loroy Halvorsen caus
ed much favornblo comment uIbo. Tho
school' orchestra and chair have been
practising faithfully this season and
Inductions aro that these organiza
tions, with still half tho year to ubo
In the perfecting of technique, will bo If 'j
among tho best of similar organlza- J
tlons In tho district. Tho students al- N, ' j
reody play and sing with consider- 7.
able finish and skill and the entlro Jji
personnel of tho South Cache High I
School musical department Is a credit
to the school and the valley as well V
as to tho skill of Mr. Christiansen. J
Tho concert was given to a crowd- w
ed hall and tho nudlenco wad unusu- A
ally appreciative. - a
mum .. i
The Telltalo Thumb. .
It Is n well-known fact among nervo JK
speclnllHtK that by nn exnmlnatlon of Jl
the tliuuib they can tell It the patient ft
U nlTceled, or likely to be affected, by it
pnrnljsls or Hot, ns tho thumb will In- jl
dilute IhU u long tlmo before thero il
Is uny trace of tho dlsenso in liny oth- Jtm
:v part of tho system. 1
m We are now ready to contract with the S
Hj farmers to raise SEED PEAS for 1920. Ii j
S Messrs E.T.Wooley and AlfSmurthwaite S
ffi are' now at Hotel Logan prepared to do ffi
m business. Call and see up nj .
S WESTERN SEED GROWERS ASS'N. g