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1 Some Local Serializations
K Something About Many of the Happenings
H , in the Town and County this Week.
' Mrs. II. (1. Hab.ill rondo it trip to
M. Gaelic Junction on 'IJiursday.
K "Nettle, tlie Ncwcglrl" Is billed for
1 the 8th -Tuesday night.
fj Lost- String of red mother of-pearl
H beads. Hring beads or Information to
H John Stevens, assistant agronomist
H at tho A. (J. of U., has Konc to Mill ad
B for a few days.
H For Kent The old stand of Hell
V Hrothcrs on First North. Inquire of
H Hell Hrothcrs.
Hf Mrs. Wlllard Uoblnson, or Star Vol-
H; Icy, came to Logan on Wednesday for
H? medical tieatment.
H! Mr. and Mrs. n. 0. llavball leave
; next Monday fur Ocean Park, Callfor-
V nla; to be gone about ten weeks.
K Wanted: A competent girl for
Bl general house work. Good wages will
Ej be paid; at 18 North 1st. Kast street.
B J. It. Fuhrlman, of Providence,
H leaves next Tuesday to do missionary
H work In Switzerland, the home of his
K II. ' Frederick, veterinarian at the
Hf A. C. of U., went to Ok den and Salt
Hi Lake on Thursday to test dairy herds
H in those localities.
J A. I). Smith and wife of I'rcston,
B Hyrum Hatch and S. I'. Morgan of
HL Franklin, and Mr. and Mrs. George
H Uoblnson of Illchmond came to Logan
H.'i on Thursday.
H Lost Four head of two-year-old
H' heifers; crop olT left car, branded oval
H' clrole with bar across center on left
Hs hip. Kcward will be paid by Hell'
Q A large stock of ladles,' gents' and
Hf- misses felt shoes and slippers, also
V( gent's and boy's tleeccd lined under-
H;', wear, is now being closed out regard-
H.'. less of cost, at A ndrcas Peterson's
H.i The irgular monthly priesthood
H j- 1 meeting of Cacho Stake will bo held
9M at the tabernacle today at 10 o'clock.
Hp A full attendance Is desired. Isaac
9MV Smith, N. W. Kimball, Joseph Car-
j don, Stake presidency.
9M Mr and Mrs U. II Uamptou, who
Hl have been in Logan a few days visiting
J their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
B Cash, returned to their home at Houn-
M tlful Thursday moiulng. Mr. It a in p-
m ton Is proprietor of a mercaulllo cs-
M tabllshmcnt and the opera house at
H Houutlfiil and business affairs com-
Mp polled him to cut short a -very pleas.
H,' ant visit.
U' Frank Dewilt, of Blacksmith Fork,
B4 and Miss Kmma Larsen, of this city,
M' wore married In Salt Lake last Tucs-
Pj day. A reception was given at the
Li Hewitt ranch on Wednesday at which
Jl , relatives from Logan were In attend-
H'J ancc. Many splendid gifts were pre-
l scnted to the couple. The gentleman
I ", is a brother of Robert DoWltt, of this
Bjbx city, and the young lady was formerly
K from the Fourth ward.
m ' A telegram received at Washington
H D. C. on Tuesday and forwarded to
H , this city, said that tho delegation of
B ten congressmen, among whom Is
Tfl Congressman Howell, had reanhed
Hp Panama safely. The gentlemen In-
J tend making a thorough Inspection of
f the canal work, and this will probably
take them two weeks. The dclega-
K tlon was selected by President Uooc-
9M1 velt as being tho best Qualified to pass
Wff judgment upon the stupendous pro-
Df ject now In tho courso of construe-
H.'t tlon. That Congressman Howell was
H'J selected as one of the ten rellccts no
Hfj little credit on him and the state cf
H , An Item that has been inadvertently
Hjt! omitted from this paper Is In reference
Hyi to the death and burial of Anoua, the
HJ three-year-old daughter of A. II.
4 Llndqulst, of I'oratello, Tho little
H; girl was burled In the Logan cenic-
H- tery on December 23rd, the death rc-
Hi suiting from diphtheria but a day or
K two before. Owing to the nature of
Ki tho ma!ady,a prompt burial was deem-
H' cd'advlsabie, and as a consequence few
B' Logan friends knew of tho funeral un-
H,4 til It was over. At the services K.
' W. Robinson, C. L. Olscn and Chris-
L Han Olscn Imparted comforting words
if to tho relatives. Mrs. A. 11. Llnd
Hg q u 1st was unable to be present. The
H a child Is said to have been onu of ex
j ccptlonal sweetness and the parents,
Wf who aro left with but one little boy,
Hi,! are almost Inconsolable.
H" The big Clearance Sale at
THE HUB is now on in
' full blast.
BV Men's and Hoys' Hoys' COo Sweat-
a COo Dress ors,
f Shirts, - 25C ' 35C
Mb ". .
.lames 0. .lensen was over from
County Attorney Walters was at Og
den first of the week on legal business.
C. W. Nlbley Jr. left Thursday for
Mcacham, Oregon. The family will
piobably go there later.
Two splendid calendars that have
reached this olllco lately ore those of
tho Cardon Jewelry Co and the Span
do Furniture Co. To tho ait con
noisseur In most establishments In
Logan that Indulged in calendars this
year, reproduction of the female llg
ure seemed the only titling thing, and
thus It was with Cardon and Spande.
The fonnei's calendar Is d I lie rent
from most lu that It Is a dark card
from which "Autumn," a charming
young lady In a picture hat bearing
giapes where the front of her dress
should be, stands out lu bold relief, an
excellent example of embossed work.
This calendar Is a "nlfty"artlcle. The
Spande calendar Is a largo panel pic
ture bcaringan oval "Autumn, "a de
lightsome soul done in rich colors and
with her bacK turned that one may
get a view of the graceful curves that
her drapery exposes rather than hides,
lloth calendars make good "den" pic
tures, and help out a living room.
New Opera House Opened.
I'HKS TON, January 2, linn -Xraas
.night the new 20,000 opera house was
thrown open to the public A danco
lor the children was given free, and at
night more than 200 numbers were
sold to the converts of the "poetry of
motion." The dancing social was a
swell nITair and a huge success. The
people of I'rcston aro proud, and Justly
so, of this amusement building, and
ncithet time, expense nor dilllculty
has daunted the stockholders In giv
ing to tho public a thoroughly modern
and elegantly equipped opera house.In
view of the popular "fad" so preva
lent at present, the owners and man
ager of the building have decided to
bow obeisance to the "roller-skating
maiden," and henceforth the opera
houso will be converted Into a skating
rink. Several hundred pairs of skates
have been ordered.
The new Academy building will be
ready for occupancy January 7, at the
opening of the second semester of tho
current years' work. Teachers and
students are decidedly enthusiastic In
view of condition that will bo obtain
ed in the future. Tlie Academy Is
enjoying its brightest vear more
than .'105 students being now enrolled.
An addition to tho faculty Is to bo
mado Immediately In the person of
Joseph G. Nelson, u teacher of liberal
Ideas, and many years' experience.
The recent smallpox scare, so harm
ful to Preston business men was noth
ing bjt a hoax and a "bugaboo" and
never did take real form and meaning
save In the mind of Supt. It. N. Hill.
Thecascsundersusplcion were naught
but chlckcnpox, and had been previ
ously diagnosled as such by Dr. A. It.
Cutlor. The chlckcnpox resembles the
smallpox about as much as varioloid
Tho Independent Telephono com
pany has mado its debut in I'rcston
With comparatively little soliciting on
the part of tho company, 72 subscrib
ers are now registered and the number
Is dally Increasing. Your correspon
dent bespeaks for the Independent peo
ple a bright future, radiant with finan
Joseph Davlesand W. P. Monson, of
Preston, and Denmark Jensen, of
Mink Creek, visited Malad this week
and aro now full-Hedged county of
Piofe.isor and Mrs. Henry Otto re
turned from Logan yesterday. Pro
fessor Otto Is actively engaged in
preparation for the operetta, "Tho
Mrs. Sarah A. Casto, mother of Prof.
Geo. I). Casto, and two daughters,
Misses Kllaand Olive Casto, are spend
ing the week In Preston as guests of
Professor and Mrs. Casto.
Instructor Anna Frost, of the sew
ing department, Is visiting at the ma
ternal home In Kphralm.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Shuldberg Is convalcslng from
Profs. John W. Condle and TCoham
Leigh are attending the IJtnh State
Teacher convention In ORderf,' ' '
1 II n irWmaiUwirmmmunmmnmn!mmi)wmMm97x
What "Fathers" Did
at Last Meeting.
The city council held its Drst meet
ing of tho New Year Wednesday even
ing. Few things of starling Import
ance came up, and thcro was a con
sideration of reports and petitions.
Nine licenses wero granted to the
vailous liquor dispensaries In Logan.
It was decided that tho ditches
should be cleaned by the Street Su
pervisor. City PoundKcepcr (Inchm reported
71 animals Impounded during tho
quarter with total receipts of 138.(50.
C. T. Harretl, Inspector of electric
wiring, reported having examined 71
homes with (137 wire outlets. The re
port was referred.
Flro Chief Henson reported two
tires during the quarter, one from an
overheated stove, the other caused by
an electric wire.
F. K, Plowman asked permission to
hang metal electric signs In front of
the Oak saloon and tho opera house.
The petition was icfcrrcd to tho com
mittee on Sidewalks with power to
Olif I. Peterson, city water master,
reports a total of (HO water users at
present. Tho total assessment for the
year, lOCl, was $1,500. There Is a
grand total of 11,1(38 feet of water
Marshal Peterson's report showed
six arrests for assault and battery,
three for drunkenness, one for disturb
ing the peace, one for keeping a gamb
ling house, one for lighting, one for
maintaining a nuisance.
Mrs. Lucinda Flnlayson represents
to the council that the contents of a
cesspool constructed on tho premises
of Ilyrum Crockett percolate through
the soil Into her well and cellar but
twenty feet distant and asks that
"the nuisance" be abated. Tho mat
ter was icfcrrcd to the Hoard of
City Justice I'cdcrsen reported four
teen prisoners brought I1U0 coutt
during the quarter, with twelve con
victions and two acquittals. Two
cases have been appealed to tl.o
District court, theso being the case of
Logan City vs. Henry Reese, lined $50
for keeping a gambling house; tho
other being that of Logan City vs.
S. A. Langton, local manager of tho
Consolidated Implement Co, who
was lined $50 for doing business with
out a license. There was a grand
total of $47.50 lines collected.
Supervisor Hlanchard's report shows
about 800 In this city liable to polltax.
One hundred and three owe the
amount, and this Is left for the county
attorney to collect by process of law.
During the year the polltax has graded
one-half block In the First ward, two
and one-half blocks In the Third ward,
one and one-half blocks In the Fourth,
one and one-fourth In the Fifth, one
and onc-thlrd In tho Sixth, two and
one-fourth In the Seventh', and a little
work has been done generally over tho
Tho council adjourned to meet Mon
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Don't miss the Big Clear
ance Sale at THE HUB.
Any Boys' Suit
or Overcoat in Uh
the bouse, Oi0d
Kldcr Ilazen, of Salt Lake City, late
ly returned from a mission to Eng
land, Is visiting with his sister, Mr?.
Cooley. Last Sunday he delivered a
very tine sermon.
Tho ground here Is covered with a
white mantel and it Is still snowing,
Boosting the West.
The Salt Lake Tribune is engaged,
as It has been for years, In boosting
for the intcrmountaln west. In the
past few years It has expended much
time, energy, space and money In this
work. It is of and for tho west. It
believes in the future greatness of the
vast Interior region comprising the
states of Utah, Idaho, Novada and
Wyoming, and Is doing Its utmost to
build up all these stales by bringing
Into them men and money for tho 'de
velopment of their wonderful agricult
ural, mineral and other resources.
If not already familiar with The
Tribune, write for a free sample copy
of either dally, Sunday or semi-weekly.
Address The Tribune, Salt Lake City,
MDFFI1 Leading Hotel
KLLU of Ogdcn City
Is a model of convenience The
hotel olllco, 70 x 30 feet. Is the most
spacious and comfortable in tho
West.,, Two elevators, no climbing
stairs, He-furnished thrrughout.
Rooms large, light and clean. Steam
I nfATIOM Tlirwhlockm-atiliif Union
LIM rtllUM. Deists ally Hall l'ark on
txMtc on tliowcst; (Iraml Oim ri Ilnuio
adjoining on tlio souths Utalina l'ark The
atre acinM tho strrol north Tho Wcvtrlc
atrret rallwatx from all parLiof tho city
center at Its uoori.
EUROPEAN PLAN. ,;, ,',;
and upwards. Excellent Cafe In connec
tion. Tho Ix-st valuo for tho money In tlio
Why not come to the Hotel replete
with every comfort when It costs no
more money? Reed Hotel Co., Props.
Hard to Find
A better place to buy or sell
Second Hand or new Fuml-
lure. You can't tinil
A Better Place In Logan Tban the
24 W. 1st Street North.
Upholstering done on short
est notice, and guaranteed
to be better than elspwhert
in town. Call and sec uifr
X. P Johnson, Proprietor
We have the Only I
Cold Tire Setter
In L0),an and it will
Set your tire while you waif
And wc guarantee that the tires set
on this machine will stay light longer
than they will set the old way.
Remember, we do all kinds of repair
work and we assure you our charges
liy experience we have found the
Sweet Rubber Tire the best and
Emit E. Nielsen
$6.00 Per Cord
Will receive any amount.
M. & L. COAL
and WOOD CO.
I E.- J. MERRILL
Headquarters at Richmond, Utah.
I Do You Kow Us? I I
We Are the People That Carry fa I
Every thing in Hardware I
It you want to save money you must come to us for g H
Builders', Shelf, and General Hardware, Tools of SO H
all kinds, Granlteware, Tinware, Galvanized Goods, jfl- H
Cutlery, etc. You will always be treated right at JQ H
R. La fount & Qo.' 'si J
38 W. Center St. S W
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I Qhristmas is Past I I
2 Hut we haven't sold all of our Pianos and Talking
Machlscs yet. We sell three standard makes of H
Talking Machines. They aro always appreciated, I
and we will be glad to have you call and see us I
before you buy anything in our Hue, or come In I
J and spend some of jour spare time with us. 3 I
! Hobbs Music Go, 1 I
rDan You See That?" (ZwSS- : I
Some people see so much wJfi&)PnWJW$ff& 5 I
2 that others miss. Some folks XM'rraiaWIOjmCttlw.
2 don't oven know about the Ai'jP'tlf.ho JUfduMrthlJWifcN,
tine things we have for fL H?a -MlM i jj'WJth ' :- 5 I
1111 WUVi I Mil. (&Mg& I I
2 You know we hae Glasses J;gXu I
2 o all k.nds-tnat we examine HP-& J I
tho eyes, and make and lit tmHuW,t t&UsJOeZ
Glasses for old and young. Y
J Opera Glasses, field Glasses, Reading Glasses and Telescope. I
They are useful, pretty and cheap.
THE JOHNSON JEWELRY CO. I
2 49 North Main Street. 2 I
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: The Flower Store t I
45 South Main Both Phones $ I
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