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The Logan Republican. [volume] (Logan, Utah) 1902-1924, August 04, 1906, Image 5

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Any Kind of an Oil you want $
f f
S With .n whole warehouse full of oils. 5
isn't it reasonable to expect that you 2
Scan get what you want? W
We buy more oils than anyone else, X
S because we sell more, isn't it reason- X
able to suppose you can get better X
g oils here for your money than any- 2
X where else? We care not what kind X
S of an oil you want, linseed, ueatsfoot, X
lard, floor, mowing machine, cylinder X
-j or hand separator oils, and oils for X
X every purpose. -
S Rite Biros. Drtig Co f
City and County
We sell tho Earth and Loan money
. on it. II. A. Pedorscn & Co.
k -'.
Mrs. E. J. Thompson, and Mrs. J.
W. Merrill, of Salt Lake City, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A II. Thomp
son for several days.
See tho new Electric Iron at La
fount's, Center St.
Mr. and Mrs. Heller, of Ogden, were
in Logan tlrst of the week. Mr. Hel
ler ll!:es tho looks of Logan and Is
thinking of locating here.
Wanted Experienced dining loom
Bin at "The Lincoln." t
John Stewart, a graduate of the A.
C. U. and later from a college In
California, has opened an assay olllce
In Salt Lake city.
Wanted A good, second hand roll
top desk. Inquire at this olllce.
Miss. Pearl Jones, of Provo, daught
er of F. S. Jones.ls In Logan tho guest
of the Daniels sisters. Miss Jones is
said to possess superior musical tal
ent. Lost In Logan Canyon last Friday,
two coats, with papers in pockets
Identifying Owner. Leave at this of
lice and be rewarded.
Prof, and Mrs. Hexcll, Mr. and Mrs.
N. U. Mooro. Misses Elizabeth Wyant
and Urace Fisher, and Dr. L. J. Good
rlcjjAcnt up Blacksmith Fork canyon
Saturclay morning and returned Tues
day evening. Though the streams
are full of fish about all they caught
S was bad colds.
a
t Fishermen who are along the banks
I of Logan river and observe things in
I the water that hive a tendency to pol-
luto the stream, will confer a favor by
reporting to Oeorg'o 1. Fames, sanl-
tarv oillcor, of Logan city who will
E give it immediate attention.
! Surveyors aro in Hlacksmlthfork
canyon at the present time, but who
I they arc there for is not known. They
H went up to "tho meadows" Sunday
H morning, and arc fully equipped for
quite a little stay. A colored cook ac-
1 companies the gentlemen and there is
a typewriter in the crovd, one of the
jg neuter gender. Further than this
1 deponent salth not.
Wanted A number of good brick
yard men at once. Good wages paid.
Gcsscll Pressed Hrlck Co., Logan, t
W. W. McLaughlin, Jos. Jensen,
A. F. Cardon and Thomas R. Cutler
arc at homo from a two weeks outing
at the small lakes on top of the nlvldo
between here and Hear Lake.
Wanted Capenters at theLewlston
Sugar Factory. Inquire of Joseph
Qulnney at the Logan Sugar Fac
tory, t
On Monday night the four-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emll E. Nielsen,
of the Sixth ward, died following an
Illness of whooping cough and pneu
monia. The funeral was held at the
family residence Thursday afternoon.
W. H. Parkinson, M. D., Surgeon
and physical). Diseases af the eye, car,
nose and throat. Glasses sclcutlllcal
ly fitted. t
Commissioner Hendricks came down
from Lewlston to attend a board meet
ing Wednesday. He says that a ratti
er severe storm visited the .north part
of the country Wednesday night lay
ing low much wheat and doing consid
erable damago generally. The storm
came south only a short distance below
Smlthfleld.
Wanted A tlrst class middle aged
woman to do cooking on a ranch dur
ing busy season. Good wages paid.
Ind. 'phono 331, or Inquire at tills of
fice. Mrs. Crumrun, of Cambridge, Mass.,
spent several days with Mrs. Osmond,
now tho guest of the Hendrlcksons.
and left Wednesday morning for Seat
tle, where she will visit a sister. Mrs.
Crumrun has been quite a traveler
but found tho situation of Logan more
delightful to the eye than that of any
other city or town on the globe.
Tho Tellurldo Power company will
pay $2 per day for common laborers
and $11.50 per day for men with teams
on their work In Gentile Valley. Hoard
can be had for $4 50 per week. For
further Information telephone or call
at tho olllce of the company In Lo
gan. Dr. C A. Gowans, of Salt Lake City,
was In this city and vicinity tlrst of
tho week, returning homo Friday.
Mrs. Go.vans and tho little mistress
of tho Gowans homestead have been
at "the farm" In Hcnson two weeks
or more, and Doc camo up" to get
them. Ho Is the snme genial fellow
as of yore and Is kind enough to say
that Logan still looks good to him.
I
1 We call the attention of our numerous pa-
I trons to our very
f At,
Extensive Lines
of Spring Goods
Ms
Several carloads of Furniture have arrived this spring and we are
I bettor prepared than ever bcfoie to take care of your trade. Our Hue
aro so numerous that space will not permit mentioning them, but ask
you to call If you aro In need of Carpets. Wallpaper or anything that
goes to make tho homo desirable. We carry a line of goods that will
suit tho manslons-as well as the humblest cottages.
hundsttum.
Furniture and Carpet Co., .Center St
I
Men and teams wanted to log at
Smith's saw mill. Logan canyon. J
Miss Estella Kgbert Isat her work
In the city recorder's oitlcc following a
ten day's outing on Hear lake.
For Sale Horse, anil household
furniture, 415 East 7th North.
P. II, Erwln, superintendent of tho
Utah Division of the Hell Telephone
Co., was In Logan tlrst of the week In
conference with local Manager Ham
shaw. '
Ladies hats $i.oo at
Eliason's, for one week
Take your choice.
Miss llcrtlo Hcckstcad Is at home
from a summer's stay In southern
California. She enjoyed her vacation
to the limit, and will roturn to her
work In the Thatcher Hank about
Sept. 1st.
William M. Hansen, Paper Hanger,
Hell Phone 118k. t
Ail employes of the Amalgamated
Sugar Company who desiro employ
ment durlugthe coming campaign are
requested to communicate at once
with the undersigned. Ciias. Gid
urNos, Supt. t
Just before the big circus parade
passed on Main street Friday, we
noticed the manager's wagon backed
up to tho frontdoor of the Cache Val
ley Hanking Co. who tcok Into tho
bank four large sacks of coin, no doubt
the proceeds of their show In Salt
Lake CJiy Thursday night.
Old maids would be scarce and hard
to tlnd,
Could they be made to see.
How grace and beauty is combined,
Hy using Rocky Mountain Tea.
Sold Oy Cy. E. Napper.
Hlshop Owen, of Wellsvlllc, was In
Logan Thursday. He says that tho
O. S. L, Is building a splendid road
around the south end of thevalley.but
slightly delayed In account of an
absence of rails. Mr. Owen Is also
authority for the statement that the
southern people aro Inclined to feel
that they are going to get the regular
service they desire.
The Millinery sale of the
season is on at Eliason's
for one week only. All
hats go at $l.oo.
Clyde Hansen, editor and publisher
of tho Maiad Enterprise, was In Lo
gan Friday on his return from the
Idaho State Convention at Pocatcllo.
Clydo has recently taken entire con
trol of the Enterprise, added about
$1,000 worth, of macnlnery and Is get
ting along In a splendid way. He Is
also running a dancing pavilion and
tlnds it a good thing. Friends here
will bo glad to know that he is doing
well.
If you have any soiled silk waists,
skirts, drapes, curtains, sofa pillows,
belts, kid gloves, or any non washable
goods, while or colored, send them to
the White Swan Laundry. We clean
them to perfection by the FKENCH
DUY CLEANING PROCESS. Work
called for and delivered. Hoth'
'phones.
W. II. Thaln and A E Cranney
were In tho Laplata country Saturday
and visited practically all the mining
prospects of that section. Mr. Thaln
Is convinced that some day a great
camp will bo opened there, as tho
country looks as mineralized as tho
big camps elsewhere. However, the
two gentlemen visited tho Laplata
'Consolidated now being worked by an
eastern company, but found nothing
that was startling. A 1000 foot tun
nel passes through some small veins
of Iron, silver and copper, but no great
body Is In'slght. Mr. Thaln was pleas
ed with tho Mineral Point prospect,
but was particularly interested In a
small copper prospect west of the
"Sundown" property.
For genuine Ludlow binding twine,
as evenly made as a spool of thread of
long liber, no thick or thin places,
never break, no hlndcrancc In Held,
guarrantced to go five hundred feet to
the pound. This twine is absolutely
perfect, compare it with anything
made on earth and see Its supcrlorty.
Send for prices, stating quantity
wanted, to SIDNEY STEVENS IM
PLEMENT COMPANY, Ogden and
Logan, Utah, Preston and Montpeller,
Idaho.
The statement Is maJo that a great
quantity of sawdust has been floating
down Logan river recently. Tho law
declares against this, and sportsmen
are highly Indignant at this violation
by careless mill men up the river.
Sawdust Is said to be very hard on tho
Hsu, killing thousands, and It also
renders tho water unlit for decent
fishing. It has also como to us from
one who has seen most of tho canals
this season that there aro no screens
In use as demanded by law. In this
way thousands of fish aro dumped on
to irrigated land. And still another
reports that Moating fish Indicate that
pools in Logan canyon have been
dynamited. It is to bo regretted that,
some of those who vlolato tho tlsh and
game laws can not bo caught and
punished to tho limit.
WantedFor cash, eighteen tens"
tlrst crop lucern Chicago Mcatl
Market. ( I
President F. M. Lyman, Geo. A.
Smlth.and Orson F. Whitney, of the
quorum of the twelve, will attend con
ference today and tomorrow.
A woman worries until she gets
wrinkles, then worries because sho
has them. If she takes Holllster's
Rocky Mountain Tea sho would have
neither. Hrlght, smiling faco followr
its use. X) cents, Tep or Tablets.
Sold by Cy. E Napper.
For Sale. Dining room furniture
good range and otticr household arti
cles. Cardon's, West Center St. t
The Logan Hand excursion to Salt
Lake Wednesday proved a splendid
success. Four hundred tickets were
sold at tho Logan statlon,50 at Smith
field, and it Is presumed that there
were not less than 500 excursionists on
the train before It left the valley. In
the voting contest for the most popu
lar lady and gentleman on the train
but comparatively few ballots wcro
cast. Handmaster Thomas received
t)2 votes and Miss Maud Egbert 84.
The band played on thetrlpandat
Saltalr and won praises.
One dollar is the price
for any hat at Eliason's
store, for one week only.
"Out ofi a Lark, or the AdvcnturcB
of Six Collego Girls" Is the tltleof a
storv that may or may not bo written
by any one of half a dozen young wo
men, students of the Agricultural col
lego at Logan, who wero In tho city
Wednesday for a day's outing:" says
the Salt Lake Herald. Tho young
women were registered at tho
Wilson hotel as "The Sorosls Hunch."
The members of tho party are tho
Mlsscss Inez Powell, Maud Egbert,
Mlnnlo Peterson. Con Jacobson, Rose
Sorenscn and Ned.i Roberts. They
arrived hero yesterday morning, and
during the forenoon saw the cLy.
During tho afternoon and evening all
of the resorts wcro visited. Tho young
women took to the water at the lake,
and did a series of whirls on the roller
coaster. Then they took a thrilling
trip down the old mill stream, and
wound up at the shooting gallery and
the cave of the winds. At tho Salt
Palace all of the attractions wcie pat
ronized, and In the evening they en
Joyed tho races. The visit of the
young women has no political signifi
cance, as they did not call upon the
governor or other state olllclals with
reference to tho proposed consolidation
of their alma mater with the Unlvesi
ty or Utah."
For Sale A good stock of drugs,
with the good will of the business.
Splendid opportunity for a good drug
gist. InquircC. L. Anderson, Hyr.im
The twenty-fourth has gone, but
John Bench is still hero after vour
house painting and paper hanging.
Hoth 'phones.
According to a Salt Lako paper Har.
ney Mahler, who has been negotiating
for tho construction of an electric In
tern rban railroad to connect the prin
cipal towns of the state with Salt
Lake, has been called to his former
home In Cleveland, O , by the serious
illness of Mrs. llexlcr, Mis. Mahler's
sister. Prior to leaving tlie city Mr.
Mahler said: "My whole heart and
soul aro wrapped up in the successful
termination of my plans for the con
struction of this Interurban road. I
will return to the city as soon as pos
sible, and continue my work to bring
this plan to a successful issue. Mrs.
Mahler may remain In the east for
some time, but I shall return at tho
earliest dato possible. The road cer
tainly will bo built, if I can get tho
support that I require. There Is no
other part of tho country that olleis
so good a Held for such an enterprise
as this. The towns that arc Interest
ed aro prosperous, and the country to
Do traversed is rich. There is no
question that this road will be deluged
with tratllc, both freight and passen
ger, as soon as It is in operation."
The Circus.
Logan and the surrounding country
turned out enmasse yesterday to at
tend the great Forcpaugh and Sells
Hrothers circus. From early morning
until noon thousands watched the
monstrous shows, with their comple
ment of eight hundred men, live a
circus day. When tho first section
of tho four trains which carry tho!
show pulled Into Logan, young A inert-1 1
ca was on hand. The boys drank In 1 1
with wonder the groin sight of a
gigantlo show preparing to please j
thousands.
In the forenoon more than a iij.Io '
of decorated wagons, equestrians,!
clowns, bauds, and tine stock paraded j
through tho streets of Logan. This
was Just enough to whet the appetite
tor more. After tho doo: to tho big!
show was open tho streets of the busl-1
ncss section resembled thoso of a
deserted city. Everybody was at the
big show.
Tho menagerie presented by tho big
circus Is second to none. A fourteen
foot giraffe shares honors with tho
largest tiger In captivity, andthodcoo
1
The g t H
South Sea Islanders 3
Will hold their annual reunion at Lagoon H
on Wednesday, August 8th. Tickets J M
0 $2.25 round trip, good for two days. The S
reunion of the South Sea Islanders has be- fl
come the Excursion of the year. Native H
Islanders, including Japanese, will take H
part in the games. Last year fully 8,000 HHHI
f people attended this Excursion. The g H
0 net proceeds will be distributed in the
Polynesian Mission. q H
of lions are In a world all their own
Three massive herds of elephants tell
well their mute story of Jungle homes
from which they wero brought 10 en
tcrta'n all-America. Tlfese elephants
are trained performers; tho tricks
thev go through In the I Ig tent aro
nothing short of marvelous.
The circus performance Itself Is be
yond reproach. Frcm the time the
buglers sound the grand entreo until
tho finish of the show the air Is full
of trapeze performers, horizontal bar
flyers, acrobats, and scores of other
things that tend lo.make up a circus.
With the Forepaugh Show, however,
things are a little dllfercnt from tho
usual shows Since the show Invaded
western territory--for tho llrst tlmti
In a decade It has won tho plaudits
In an enviable way, viz: It has pre
sented on Its advertising sheets notli
Ing it docs not present within tho big
tent. Time, money and conclentious
effort have not been spared to make
the great circus the greatest Tho
result Is Forepaugh and Sells Hrothers
ptcscnt a circus which comes as near
perfection as anything In Its line can
be.
It Is not an old style stereotyped
circus, but one new and original In Its
thousands of details. Among the
thousands who saw the show jcstoi
day there ere none who turned awav
with other than a word of praise for
the massive performance with Its
giant city of canvas tops. The circus H
left lit ml'inlght for Pocatcllo, thoro
to add to the laurqls other western
cities have Justly showed upon the
Forepaugh ami Sells Hros. shows. H
Card of Thanks. fl
To those who so kindly assisted us
In our recent sickness and Html loss of
our little child, wo extend heartfelt H
thanks. May such friends be raised
to all these In thcio time of trial and H
tribulation.
Mu. and Mas. Emm, E. Nu'.i.skn. H
In Iho.liistlcu'HCniirt, In unci for tho O tty
of Unran. county of C'achoi btatu of Utah. 1
Ucforu II. A. Puk'pi'ii, .luHilcti ut tliu
llacr lliut Mcrcaiilllu Co, a corporation,
I'lalnllir, i. B. O. Nclioii anil II. T.'h'uliou, fl
co-partners ilulnir Imslncn under tliu firm
nanm ut NiiNun .V Co. ili'ti'iiilunu
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Vim nm livruliy miminoni'il to appear liu-
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If Mirviil wlthlu tliiicoiimv In wlilcli thltae- H
Hon It liriiiuht.lhi'rlM',wlthln twenty days H
titter thl- M'rvlco anil ilefunU tho aluvo en- 1
tlllcil action lirmncht niniliwt you to recover 1
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leital rato lion) Oct. I. 1M)1. allrecil to ha H
liccn iluc mi uu ucrunnt ntateil. Anil In caso 1
if your failure to do mi, Judgment will Ihi 1
rendered acaluit you according to thudu- H
luanil of the complaint.
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proportions for comfort. H
Height of back from the floor 44 inches; Height H
!of seat from floor 16 inches; Seat 24 wide, 23 deep. H
Prices from $25 to $45 ! I
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