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The Logan Republican. [volume] (Logan, Utah) 1902-1924, December 12, 1902, Image 8

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Cache Valley Mercantile Company
Hi Bargain List
140 liars Laundry Soap.... $1.00 20 bars.... 50c
-, ,. 20 pounds Sugar 1.0010 lbs GOc
. ; 10 pounds Raisins 1.00 8 lbs 50c
. 11 lbs Cleaned Currants.. 1.00 Gllbs COc
20 lbs Sago 0010 lbs 48c
20 lbs Taploco 1)010 lbs 48c
8 lbs Arbucklc's ColTce. . .00 4 lbs 48c
Fine Display Cut Glass and Chincwarc
Headquarters for Christmes!
I Mtr dock ' s
H?;i Honbon Creams and Chocolates, mixed 25c lb.
', 2 lbs" 45c.
H i Crystal Cream Chocolates mixed 20c lb., 2 lb. 35
' ' Standard Mix Candy 15c lb., 2 lb 25c
H ' llrokcn TatTy Candy lOclb.
H'v i Crls cut mix candy 10c lb., 3 lbs. 25c
H ' Cream Tally 15c lb
H v Iicst Peanut Candy 20c lb., 2 lbs. 35c
H ,1 5 lbs. of our very best Italian Chocolates
H j j and Creams put up in fancy box ....$1.75
H 5 lb. Hox Hon Hon Creams and Chocs.... $1.50
fl I 5 lb. Hox of Sparkling Mixed and Chocs. . .$1.35
Hf ' 5 lb. No. 1 Creams and Chocolates $1.00
New crop of Mixed Nuts 20c lb. or 2 lbs. 35c
- Call and be convinced that we carry the Largest
B j Varieties and Best Candies ever shown in the city.
Joseph Newbold
: For Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, and Valises.
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B I Joseph Newbold.
m Wt fl Happy Wearer'
m ) ifc TTfil- At Our perfect laundering gives j on
j jL WW I II, pleasuie, because tlicv arc washed
i W ' i J r T8n clean and Ironed to your liking. We
H.L S, I, v I V N I W witch that tho neckbands arc proper-
' Sr M?, uVAr-'M L A' A a ly handled, that button holes are not
C' 'm, Ai LV pulled out, and that, no spots are left
? p I ty on the bosoms.
Ik ilJf 1 -ooan seam Launry
jK y m'T l A C. A. Cuinmlngs & Co., 1'roprictois
m Soon be lime for
I Xmas Perfumes....
H You will want perfumes for Christ-
H mas of course. Peculiar pioduets
H decked out as holiday perfumes arc
H . sold on every hand.
Hctter leave them alone and buy
H woi thy goods made by the best per-
M Such quality as we sell the year
B We have an ample variety In such
H packages as you want them.
'. The price may be less than jou expect
H i to pay for line goods, but our pi Ices
H i have a way of being less.
B Riler Bros. Drug Go.
Pi est on, Franklin, Mont poller, Idaho.
B One day the turtle announced that
he could walk on the water, and that
JB he would do It at a certain date and
M place. The turtle was known as a good
B mixer, being equally at home in the
B a dry and In the wet. Ho also had a re-
B . cord with the sporty boys on account
H of a certain affair with the hare,
H wherein he had won out. So he had
H lots of friends who were anxnius to sco
H if he could get there. When the day
H came all t ho llsh assembled at the
H place, while all the frogs sat on the
-, bank and croaked The turtle stood
H. I on the shoro and watched tho assem-
Hl. bllngof tho multitude which at last
y, filled the stream. Then he approached
r ,-v the water and calmly walked across
B -:- on the heads of the suckers, sldc-step-
. ping occasionally to get hi? foot on a
EHl V lobster. Moral. That is the way It is
HnL. lr politics.
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For Thes
Next Two Weeks!
We will sell our entire Stock
of Ladles' Hats at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Ladles' Dress Hats worth $7.50 for $5.
" " " " $5.00 for $2.50
Wo also have a full line of
guaranteed Kid Cloves at
about II A LF PRICE.
You will savo money by look
ing through our stock before
TSie Paris Millinery
Next Door to Postoillcc.
Royal Blue Shoe
Tor sale by
James Quayle & Co
The Logan Republican
I.ocun, Cache Cocntt, Utah.
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Istucd Twlco-o-weclt, Tucvlnj mid 1'rl
dajr. Aupllcatlon lia Ijccii tnado for cn
tranco as second-clasf matter at Logan,
Utab, poitofllco.
Ono Year ti K
Six Montli....s 1 25
Three Months "5
All Subscriptions must be paid In advance.
Advertising rates Riven on application.
Mrs. Wm. Merrill of Richmond was
a caller Wednesday.
Andreas Petersen Is agent for the
famous Douglas shoe and they arc the
The easiest lltting, most comfort
able sooe for ladies Is tho "Julia Mar
lowe, at Dunbar, lloblnson & Co.'s. t
J. P. Griflln has Just completed a
tlno rcsldenccon Second South St. Just
east of Main, that is a credit to that
Cache County will likely get ono or
two of tho appointive positions of the
legislature and already there are seve
ral candidates in the Held.
Merchants complain that business
Is not as good as it should bo at tills
time of the year. Probably the muddy
roads has something to do with It.
Geo. IUichti North side IstN. street
makes a specialty in cleaning and rc
pairingclothes. Partlesdcsirlngwork
of this kind will receive prompt atten
tion; prices reasonable.
Hyrum Petersen, charged with as
sault and disorderly conduct, was
sentenced by Justice Pedersen Wed
nesday to pay a fine of $15 and spend
ten days in the cooler.
Nothing dcilnite has been done in
the matter of the appointment of
deputies by the olllcers elect. It is
quite likely that nothing will be done
until after the llrst of the year.
C.W. Wendelboe, located cast of the
Tithing olllcc Is doing a good business
in the Jewelry line. Being off main
street Ids expenses are lighter, he can
there sell correspondingly cheaper.
Tho wife of Ulshop Ciias. G. Hyde
gave birth to a pair of twins on Mon
day, Dec. 11th, a boy and girl. Wc arc
sorry to state the boy baby has since
died. Wc hope to hear of all doing well
Hyrum Poterson dldnot take kindly
to the surroundings over at the City
Jail and prevailed on his wife and
friends to Intercede in his behalf with
the result that Mayor Hansen had
him released last night on parole.
Sugar is going sky high these days.
For a long time it stood firm at $4.85
per sack in the local market, then all
of a sudden it Jumped up to $5.20, then
to $5.50 and $5.75 and now it is above
the $0.00 mark. Some of our dealers
were lucky enough to lay In a good
supply at the low figure and arc now
profitting by the advance.
Tho Oregon Short Line is putting
on a train between Ogden and Salt
Lake to make the run in fifty minutes.
Wc wish they would continuo that
service On up as far as Logan. Wc
would like to see how It would seem
to make the 15 mile run from Cache
Junction to Logan in anything less
than 40 minutes.
The people down at Springvillehavc
been working on a water system pro
position for somo timo hut did not
knowwheioto get the water. They
have finally decided to put In a pump
ing plant below the mills on Spring
Creek and pump the water back up
into the town, and a proposition of
this kind will bo submitted to the
people In the near future.
Moses Thatcher lectured before the
40th quorum of Seventies at the 11. Y.
College Tuesday evening.on tho exter
nal evidences of the authenticity of
the Hook of Mormon as revealed in
the traditions of the aborigines of
America. The Speaker narrated a
great many instances in Indian tradi
tions and customs that coincided with
statements of the Hook of Mormon as
to the customs of the Nephltcs.
Walter Haw kes of Hyde Park re
turned last Monday from England.
Brother llawkes labored in the Lon
don Canference mo-t of tie time white
upon his mission, which lasted 20
months. Spiritually ho is feeling first
class although reduced somewhat In
llesh owing to a little lung tumble.
He reports favorably in the missionary
work, stating that many high-class
and intelligent people are being con
verted to the faith.
The Utah Home Tclephono Co. have
applied for a franchise in Ogden, and
lcpresentativo were in Provo Tuesday,
feeling the pulso of the people down
there, with a view to making an ap
plication for a franchise. Wc
will likely hear from the new organi
zation within the next few days. The
principal promoters and olllcers of the
Home are: President, Gov. Hcber M.
Wells; Directors, Hon. John Henry
Smith, S. F. Fenton, Geo. T. Oclcll,
II. W. Urown, Nephl W. Clayton and
Elmer U. Jones.
Hcst goods for least money at Dun
bar, lloblnson & Co.'s. t
,wS,upenisor Holt Is putting in a foot
crossing on Main Street In front of the
A big line of sample shoes for men
at 25 per cent off at, Dunbar, Robin
son & Co.'s.
J. P. Nellson on 1st N. Street, re
pairs Byclcles and keeps full stock of
repairs on hand.
Arrangements have been made to
hold the monthly Sunday School Stake
Olllcers and Teachers meeting at 2
p.m. instead of 4 p.m. as heretofore.
Tho M. W. of A. has ordered a line
set of Band Instruments through the
Harris Music Co. Mr. A. J. Clark will
be the leader.
Ex-Postmaster Mclghan of Ogden
has been convicted In the Federal
Court, of embezzlement. Ho will ask
for a ne w trial.
J. Pierpont Morgan drew a check the
other day for $2:1,000,000. If one of
our subscribers gave us a check for
$2.30, it would take our breath away.
John Thomas, the pioneer tailor,
74 West 1st North street, lias a good
force of men constantly employed, and
he can servo his customers on short
notice. Satisfaction given In every
Ingolff Ahnc, son of Ivor Alme,dled
last Wednesday afternoon of heart
failure. Funeral services will be held
to-day (Friday) in the Sixth ward meet
ing house. The remains will be shipp
ed to Mantua for interment.
T. II. Merrill representative elect
has spent most of the week in Salt
Lake looking up legislative matters.
Hazcn is a candidate for the speaker
ship and ought to get it. He would
make a good presiding officer for the
Utah contractors arc becoming fam
ous as railroad builders all over this
western country. For several years
they have been doing about all the
improvement and construction work
on the Union and Southern Paciilc,
the Oregon Short Line and the Rio
Grande Western. And now they are
budding on the Clark road to Los
Angeles and the Moilat road from
Denver to Salt Lake.
Jos. II. Knowles reached home Wed
nesday after an absence of 29 months
in England, where he has been on a
mission. He spent most of his time
in the Manchester Conference. He
crossed the Ocean on the same vessel
as Frank Thatcher and wife. They
had a rather rough passage but he
escaped sea sickness. On his way
home he made a Hying visittoNlagara
John Christensen of the Oth ward,
came home Tuesday. Ho has been
filling a mission in Norway. Most of
ids time was spent in the Christiana
Conference. The mission Is In a pro
sperous condition andagreat many ad
ditions have been made to the church
within the last two years, until the
branch In Christiana now numbers
over 000. Their church has become
too small for them and they arc now
engaged in electing a new ono that
will have a seating capacity of over
800. They have a young peoples tract
lug society, composed of young men
and young women that have charge
of the distribution of tracts In the
city and they arc doing very cirectivc
work. The" choir is tho largest and
best In the city and attracts a good
dearof attention. There aro 23 ciders
laboring in Christiana and neighbor
hood and about 55 in the Conference.
There are 1400 members In the Nor
way Conference.
J. '.. Stewart talked before the
Archaeological Society, Wednesday
evening on the subject of his trip Into
Mexico in 1875. The company left
Nephl Sept. 10, 1875, and crossed the
Colorado liver below Kanab. As they
entered the desert country the animal's
manifest a disposition to return home
and even when hobbled they would go
for miles towaids home during the
night. At last, one of tho party lilt
on an ingenious device to prevent
their wandering oil'. He took the ani
mals, 17 in all, and tied the head of
one to the tall of another. This en
abled them to feed, but when they
traveled it was hi a circle. The party
visited theMoquI Indian vllllages and
spent several days among them.
These Indians had built their pueblos
onthe point of acHlTorhlll.where they
could be easily defended. Tho people
weie expert weaver and made large
quantities of Navajo blankets. They
weie also expert in the manufacture
of pottery, many of which were artis
tically decorated. The party explored
the legion aftciwards settled In the
Mormon people In Northern Ailzona.
They passed through the Salt River
and Gila Valley, passed through Tuc
son and visited El Paso, whcio they
temalned for some time. They then
visited Chihuahua, and then explored
the legion In the Sierra Madre Moun
tains where tho Mormon Settle-nents
aro now located. Inreturnlngthrough
Arkona, they traveled at night and
hid up days to escape the Apache
Indians, whose signal fire they could
see on every hand. They had many
narrow escapes but come out O.K.and
reached homo kaoly.
II a mt ..?. ,
Stove Season at the Stove Store!
Pg We're always hap-
py when the Stove i
season rolls 'round.
OS wd rather taIk
i,- stove than anything
Wi) in the house just
T A.
now Inspect our
big line of
And you will not wonder wc
arc Proud of our Display.
Ladies i lu'ntkmenTj
Whenever' You Intend to purchase
Please call at the Exclusive Shoe Store, by the First
National Bank, Logan, where you will find a com
plete stock of the
"Small Prollt and Quick Returns," Is my motto. (.M
You will also find the Shoe Repairing First Class.
Andreas Peterson.!
jaim i i dIM'.jU ,1ft .AJMSBTfimi Will i rrargraffsajK
I Saiap of tlhe Season!
i Closing out Sale of Men's Clothing
200 Suits at Cost. j I
Suits that were $16.00 now $11.50 i
Suits that were 14.50 now 10.00 j h
I Suits that weie 20,00 now 15.00 fi 9
I Suits that were 12.00 now 8.00 fl
We are closing out our entlio line I B
of Men's Suits to make room for an j Jt
extensive Shoe Stock. These goeds i J
are all new stock, this jcai's styles
I and patterns and will not last king. 1
Come early and get the (list choke. I
Remember tke Place I
2 Doors south Riter Bros., Main st.
1,1 ' 1' I II MIIMII.
I Cache Valley Lumber Yard- !

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