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H THK LOGAN KEl'UBLIOAN I The Loyan Republican H LodAN. OaOIII COltHTT. UTAH. H Published by H MOO HE & TU P. N n R B (Lessees.) H N. RALPH MOORE EDITOR B FRED TURNER .... BUSINESS MGR. H OKclal Ucpubtlcan Orpan of Cache H County, Utah. HiH lmucd Twlro-ft-wcck, Wc(lnci)y anil H 9turilr. KnUTwl October II, 11XK. &t 1 ouan H Dtah, m ni-coinl-rla.Hs miller, under Act of H Oowrrciiiof MnrcliS s:v, H Subscription, Payable in Advance H One Year - H xlx Months. -3 H Throo Mnnltii.... ' PH wi:i)Nr.si)AV and hatuhday. HiH i H It Is a pleasure to read In eastern H papers reports of successful Partners' H Institutes. Tin: Ui:i-uiimuan ex- H j chances with several "country week- H j lies" In Indiana, Ohio and Kansas,and Hj seldom Is there an Issue ofone of these H that docs not contain a glowing ao- H count of Farmers' Institutes "well at H tended," icports of addicsscs made by PH professors from arlcultit ral colleges, H and helpful talks by prominent and H successful farmers from other sections M of tho state secured at considerable H cost. Though farm I UK In tho cast Is H J advanced fully fifty years beyond that H j of tho west, tho farmers 11 ml It ncces- Hi I sary to get together In great semi- H I yearly meetings for the purpose of H 3 listening to capable men. That's the i reason thev arc ahead, Intellectually, and llnauclall . Tho farmers of Cache and the whole of Utah could hold In- Hj ,' stltutcs that for pleasure and prollt PH would surpass anything ccr offered In PH I1 this country, and If they would try It once in sincere earnestness they would B discover the truth of these words. M Tho eastern farmers did not onco be- PH , llcvo this, but they do now and the H successful Institute of today attests M this. I THE ROWLAND FUNERAL SERVICE , Held in the Third Ward H Thursday Afternoon. Many Kindly Things Said H os the Deceased. PH The funeral service over the re- M 1 mains of Ed Rowland were held In the M Third ward meeting house Thursday m at 1 o'clock. A large number of M friends were present to do honor to M J, him who had passed away, love and M ' kindly consideration being expressed PH in Moral offerings of which thcic were B , many. PH After sinking by the choir, prajer H was olTcred by lllshop N. W. Crook- M stou, followed by another song H lllshop Rlchaid Veates spoke briefly H . ' on the good life the deceased had led, H j his devotion to his mother and tho H ' j love existing In the family one for I Counselor N. W. Kimball M was tho principal speaker He told of M his long and Intimate iicn.ualntaneo M wltli the family, of tho high esteem in M which each of them wcio hold by him H and referred to the beauty of the PH family life, whole It seemed that each had in mind tho doing of something Ifor their dear mothor ami each other, Mr. Kimball spoke of the faithful life J of tludeceuseil und of his obedient life I to his parents H I Jos K Cowley spoke of his Intimate ppH EIHI H Be i' ' tm H'i - LUCIA NOLA ! Prima Donna with The Ros- rjfl cian Opera Company. relations with the family and especial ly with Brother Kd Rowland, the de ceased, lie said ho was more like a brother in the llcsh than a neighbor, and spoko of tho grcat union and lovo In tho family and commended them for Jit. No also exhorted those pre sent to try and emulate their good example. Counselor W. Wattcrson spoko of tho good feeling In the ward towards the family of the departed, this being shown in the very large attendance at tho funeral. He bore testimony to tho good llfo and works of Bro. Kd. Rowland and said "wo all loved and respected him." Counselor Isaac Smith, of the state Presidency, felt honored In speaking a few words on tho occasion when such a faithful man had departed this life. He read from the Doctrine and Covenants and made a few conso.lng remarks. Counselor V. W. Maughan, of the stake presidency, was also pleased to be present and say a few words He was highly gratillcd to hear tnc good words that has been spoken of Bro. Rowland. lie said that through the work of the Redeemer all would come foilh from their gracs. All would not enjoy tho same glory but each would receive according to his works and the deeds dono In the body The speaker expressed sjmp.itliy for the family and particularly tho aged mother In this their grcat bereavement, and asked God's blessing on all. Following singing, benediction was Invoked by W. I). Cianncy. WELLSV1LLE BUSI NESS PAYS 10 PER And Elects Board and Other Officers. , t I Patriarch Baxter Honor ed on Anniversaay. I Wkllsa'Il.lk, Feb. 8. On the -nd a grand family reunion was held at the commodious residence of Patriarch Robert Baxter to pay respect to that aged veteran on the advent of his With ' birthday Over one hundred of ,hls 1 offspring sat down to a bounteous re- ' past prepared by the family. Short (speeches were made by four sons and 1 three sons-in-law, and there were songs also. Relief Socieiy. On the fiili, the Female Kollef So clcty held their annual meeting and, according to tho report given, that organization Is in a splendid condition. Mrs. Sarah A I'jrkcr Is the president, and Is a woman with a good deal of energy. With her counselors and the other otllcers she. Is making a grand success of the society. They gave a grand ball at night where a most enjoyable time was had. One hundred and live tickets were sold. Pays 10 Per Cent. On tho nth the stockholder of tho WollsvUlc Co-op and Mercantile Co. held their annual meeting and had a report read of their last year's busi ness Tills showed tnc company to be In splendid financial condition. A dividend of 10 per cent was de elated. The following board of di rectors were elected: Peter M. Maughan, Ileber Parker, Win. II. Maughan, Xormnn ( Allan, Tho. A Kerr, Win. II. Darley. The board met last night and elect ed the following oillcers: Peter M. Maughan, president; Heber Parker, vico president; Win. II, Maughan, secretary and treasurer; Jos. Howell, superintendent; P. M. Maughan as sistant supt.; William II Maughan, business manager. Before parting a, beautiful $10) rocker was presented to him. Brother Baxter was born at Donnghadee, 1 re tain), but went toScotland lit his child hood days, where he resided until lie came to Utah at an early date. Brother Baxter mado a very pleas ing and Impressive address and blessed all those that were present. Ills posterity now numbers 15 children, (11 grand children and ".1 great-grand children. Alt Simirtliwaltc delivered a lecture before the V. M. and Y. L. M. 1. A. of our ward Sunday evening, subject, "Truo Religion." Tho speaker hand led his subject In a masterly manner. On tho 4th tho stork paid a visit to to tho houso of Ileber Booth and left a nlco big baby boy. Mother and baby are doing Hue and Hcb Is the proudest man in our city. Not a Fowl Ball. Old Woman at Hall Oame Why do thoy call tbat a foul ball? It has no wlngv. Young Man Well, you seo that's a picked nlno THATCHER OPERA HOUSE , 4-NIGHTS-4 Commencing Wednesday, February 4tn. 4-NIGHTS-4 AN OPERA FESTIVAL . . .The Roscian Comic Opera Company . . . EL GAPITAN KMB FR21 DIAVOLO Thursday Evening HHPIIn'MI -a THE BOHE- HfcH mimw MJnIijy llIJKJL. iMnjlB SIX? m E 71-71 ATThV "Then You'll Remember Me" gKfjG'H JX U M IVA i iV U I The Fair land of Poland" v. HfPdBYQjlH PRICES $1.00, 75c, 50c and 35c. iHiJH PRICES $1.00, 75c. 50c and 35c. Scat Sale Wftfomy 13th for all iBjHH Curtain 8:20 Carriages 10:45 Mail orders with remittance addressed' Excursion Rates from all points may to Preston Thatcher will receive prompt JOHN DEWEY be arranged with the local agent. One- attention. who plays th; Title Roles way fare r -round trip-10 or more. Notice of Stockholders Special Meeting. Notice is hereby glyen that a special meeting of the stockholders of tho Farmers' Union, u corporation, will bo held at tho Farmers' Union mill, at Smlthtleld, Cache county, State of Utah, on Monday the 5th day of Match 1MHJ, at Jl o'clock a m. for tho purpose of considering and acting upon propo sitions to amend tho articles of Incor poration of said company as follows, vU.: To amend article one to read as fol lows;: I Name of Corporation. "The nameof thlscorpoiatlon shah bo FA KM KHS' UNION MILLS." ' To amend article four to read as fol lows: IV Pursuit of Business. Tho pursuit (,f business agioed upon Is to establish, buy, acquire, sell, own, maintain, and opciate, Hour mills and to carry on a general milling, merchandising and manufacturing business to manuftictuie, buy, sell, and deal In all kinds of Hour-mill and other mill products, and to buy, sell, and deal In goncral merchandise, ha), grain, and all kind of farm products To amend article six to read' as follows: VI. -Amount of Capital Stock. That tho amount of tho capital stock of tills corporation is Eighty Thousand ($80,000 00) Dollar) and tin number of shares Into which It Is di vided is Klght Thousand (8,000) of the par value, of Ten (810.00) Dollars each. GeoucwColu, President. Isaac .Ioiioi:nhkn, Secretary. First insertion Feb lO.last March:). LONG FIGHT ON TOBACCO VAIN English Klngo and the Church Unable to Stop Growing of the Weed. Tobacco raising in Kiiglaud has a varied and checkered history First Introduced there iu 1EC5. tho Ullza bttban courtiers soon cultivated a ilk ins for It. Ero long tho common peo Plo followed their example and fcuioklng became a universal habit among tho Kngllsh. They began to Import largo quantities of tho Vir ginian weed and soon after learned to grow it for themfohes. When tho British agriculturists had mastered Iho art of raising tohacco at homo and conquered tho climatic difficulties at first encountered In producing It. tho practlco of smoking was denounced In court. Jamec I Issued a counterblast to ho weed. Charles I was no loss op posed to It. Ho also ndopted strong measures to dlsrotirago Its uso and prevent its cultivation. The church likewise took up arms against smok ing. In splto of the royal edicts agaluBt tobacco It contlmied to bo grown surreptitiously to a largo ex tent. Charles II Imposed such a heavy duty on tho natlvo article ns, It was thought, would havo tho effect of ex cluding It from British crops. Th Incroased tax, however, did not pre vent largo numbers from being ind pendont of foreign countries for their supply of this commodity. In thos days It was not as easy for tho offl. clals to make a long tour of Inspection as it Is now. Eventually, In 17S2, a law was passed making It Illegal to grow tobacco In any quanllty In Eng land. Tho same law, of course, ap plied to Scotland and Ireland, In tho latter country tohacco has traditions characteristic!!' y Its own. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you est SHARE PROFITS OF THE FARMS Depopulation of English Villages Pre vented by This Means. With a view to placing a check up on tho depopulation of Kentish vil lages, which Is reaching alarming proportions, several large land man ors havo decided upon a system of prollt sharing with their agricultural laborers, hoping by thlB means to stimulate "Hodgo" to take a greater Interest in his employment. Tho system of shut big farm profits largo estate owner of Scotney Castle. Eery y?nr tho hands are called to gether and each receives n share of was Initiated by E. W. Hussey. a the profits made on tho year's work ing of the farms. On tho last oc casion of tho profit-sharing each mnn receled $13.13, whllo a youth's share amounted to $8.75. In cases where several members of a family am en gaged on a farm sums approaching $ 18.CC have been taken home. Tho sjstem has had such successful results that Mr. Ilussoy has received numerous Inquiries asking for details as to tho working of tho scheme, wltn the conscqucnco that other farm ers In tho county havo expressed their Intention of working on similar lines. All tho employes on Mr. Hussoy's I.nmherhurst estate now take such a keen Interest in their work that they exhibit no Inclination whatever to migrate to tho towns. Lamber hurst, though a very small place, has long been looked upon as a model vil lage, everything being done to encour ago the inhabitants to remain within its boundaries. Tho wealthy resi dents In tho neighborhood havo es tablished a number of up-to-date ro creatho Institutions and tho village Is unaffected by the problem of the unemployed. EGYPTIANS DAMMED . E. Proof That Reservoir Exu. . nou sands of Years Ago. The damming of tho waters of the Nile represents one of tho greatest triumphs of modern engineering Vot the researches of archeologlsts show that tho ancient Egyptians had slml lar works thousands of years beforo the Chtlstlan era. MonumentB stand ing out In tho desert at the present day piovo that theso districts were under Irrigation and supporting denso ropulations In tho olden times. Tho three historians, Herodotus, Stiabo and Dlodorus, nil bear independent testimony to a vast artificial lake In Egypt that had been constructed to receive tho superfluous water of tho Nile nt flood time, and to distribute It when nnd whero required by means of canals. This lako was connected to tho Nile by a canal ten miles long and thrco hundred feet wide, con trolled by means of sluices. Tim slto of this ancient reservoir has now been Identified beyond doubt with tho pres ent province known as Fnyoum, ona of tho "most fertlla reclons uf modern Egypt. Really Man's Superior. "Many a woman In her secret soul ltnows that, although sho may bo dif ferent from her husband and inforlor in matters of secondary Importance, yet sho Is as good a being as ho Is, and, porhaps, in tho nobler traita of character, really his superior. Still all sho has to submit to his domina tion on tho fnlso and hollow supposi tion of her Inferiority. Occasionally tho husband will cxcell the wife In tellectually, but this does not prove her to be an Inferior bolng. On tho contrary," says den. Booth, "go back to tho beginning of her llfo, and sho I will uot to far behind him, ovon if I sho Is not fully his oqual In this respect. Kennedy a Laxative Honey and Tar I Care all Couohs, tnd expel Colds from tae system by gently moving tbe bowels. THATCHER OPERA HOUSE Tuesday, February 13th Arthur J. Aylesworth presents the merry, jingling, " musical farce comedy Hooligan's Troubles With the 1 4th St. Theati-e, New Yok, cast Book by Mark E. Swan Melodies by Prof. V. M. Stromberg The Newest .and Brightest Thing in Laughs Direct from New York City. LATEST SONG HITS -y A Melange of Humor, Singing, Dancing and Musical Numbers. Company includes Wood & Ward, Comedians; Three Gilden Sisters; Grace Aylesworth; Mahoney Bros.; Mattie Fitzgerald; Walter Mack and 15 others Prices 35c, 50c 75c and $1,00 Seats on sale Tuesday, 10 a.m. 1 She's All The WotW To Me- 1 0 but she will expect a w llVULENTiiEll V U I W lI Hh You can buy Sensible, Comic and Aristic ones at 1 WILKINSON & SON'S fy A fine line of Valentine Gift-Books on hand. jf I !jj: - The Latest Thing Out. S I H.K. Merrill, M.D. Physician-and Surgeon. Oillce, Over Flist National Hank. Hell Phone No. 101.. Itesldence.l-M South Second Kast. Hell Phone 132y Independent 130 Too Rich for Consumption. A vlsltltiR nurse tho other day tools a dozen IiIk oranges to n llttlo sick patient on New York's east sido. Threo dayB later, In tnnklnj; her rcgu lnr visit, sho noticed thnt tho arannea were still on tho tahlo, untouched. "Doesn't Jacob llko oranges?" sho nsked tho child's mother. "Yussura," was tho reply. "Why doesn't ho eat somo of those, then?" "Wo don't like to get away mlt detn, 'cause thoy look so wealthy on tho table," was tho explanation. Deafness can not be Cured n by local applications, as they cannot, g reacli tho diseased portion of tho ear. There Is only ono way to euro deafness, ffl and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed con- ditlon of the mucous lining of the IE Eustachian Tube. When tills tube is H Inflamed you havo a rumbling sound M or Imperfect hoarlnp;, and when It is H entirely closed, deafness Is tho result, H and unless tho Inllammatlon can bo W taken out and this tube restored to Its fij normal condition, hearing will bo de stroyed foiover; nine cases out of ten are caused by cattarrli, which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of ttio mucous surfaces. Wo will jjlvo ono hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) t)iat cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Send for circul- V urs free. j P. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo. O. Sold bv drucKlsts, 7Gc. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation.