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THUR8DAY MAY 15 1913 THE: LOGAN REPUBLICAN -A- ..- !
- , . PAG THREE i tfl ! New Ideas in the Observance of Arbor Day Are Supplementing Formal Tree Planting Ceremonies. o life T :wl$MW? - -.- - ".vf55 Imh . v i i . . ., izw$sk fc&"5,,U w iifeJitJLIiv:aM a r .mEttPt MBw '..i eji." iwyA..-. r x , vMHMWiiRErj ' X KhF &. j,iV ,1Vi, ltfLL H f BpmLHie7 PM flBP-Hi KflP flHBfcr?!iQ3l ?&ics nSraEGM r1aMBV2PGsa. BPL r fi3MH?EBi v Jr YP?-P3Vtfi v v .'r HK.jVLt lWlHaMHH 9p 4HHBHHHHrl jiW tj aVt tt. v -rvl 3QHHHHHHP jAbt M aHHHHHHH- J- "w AMfe3uHUHH Hlwla3VrE)CliL HjriiPKxKHPIHHBHB99L. NMBlTPrilflrjH- 'ifg''-1 iifri)Sj "' ' ' m . Photo by Atnurlcun Prca. Association There nro now Ideas nowadays ns to Low Arbor day should bo celebrated I'lie tendency Is to inulte It dny of ; generally cleaning up and beautifying tho earth fuxtuad of demoting It merely lu tUo tree planting ceremony of fonnei ! years. This Illustration shows how tho children of Fort Vushlngtou, N.'Y..celebrnted Arbor ilny this year. They lit- crally "scoured" tho town, collecting all tho rubbish from jurdi, alleys and streets nnd piling It where It could lie easily dlipoed of. Similar observances of the day nre reported from other towns. Tho new Arbor day Is rapidly I finding favor, and In vlow of tho gctu-rol agitation lu favor of an auuunl municipal "housecleanlng duv" Its develop nu-ut to u Ulgb degree of usefulness Is possible. Everybody Recommends . ULifftn Nil. 0 Most Popular Sulky Plow In The West SKY SIMS IMPLEMENT. CO. Western Agents ' T0GANTrsy"m"22 Free Circus Street Parade 10:30 a.m. 9 bands, 250 horses, JBMKffiSJ 1 a people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in parade. 1 -Two shows daily afternoon at 2, night at 8, doors opeh'at 1 I 9 and 7 pan. Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it all. END OF WONDERFUL GUN1 I Did Its Duty to the Finish But thai Strain Was More Than It Could Bear and Survive. Not long ago an cigovornor ofl Michigan, a Cleveland capitalist, and several fiionds wero In the btgl woods near Turtlo Lake, guided by Sam Harapson, a famous hunter and trapper. Saruo possesses a gun with a ban el 11 vo feet long, but once, ao- cording to his story, ho had a still longer ono. , "It was a wonderful gun," he said to the ex-governor. "I could kill a b'ar as fur off as I could see '1m, an' that gun was as knowing as a man. If It hadn't been fur that, It would never ha' basted I" I "How did you break It?" asked ono of the hunters. i "I strained It t' death," said tha old guldo soberly "I was out huutlng one day when I seen a buck aad botoi. doos a-standln' close onto me. I pulled up old Beetle that's what I called th' gun and was Jest coin' t' let go when I heard an awful funny noise over my head. "I looked up 'a' there was mora'n ten million wild geese a'sallln over me. There I was In a predicament. I wanted th' geeso 'n' I wanted tho deer. "At lasr I aimed at th' geese an' 1st sliver, ilcetle must ha' knowed I wanted both, fur that was th' end of the old gun. The strain on her was too much, an' both barrels busted. "Th (hot In one of 'em killed the buck, th' shot In th' other killed ton cccse, and when Beetle died she ticked o hard I was knocked Into a crick. But when I come out my bootlegs was full o' fish. I ain't navor seen another sech gun as Beetle." Llpplncott'a Magazine. Mysterious 8tranger In Town. "Something mighty quoor about a toiler that was hsro last week," re lated tho landlord of the Turgldtown tavern. "Ho novor kicked about hU room, ett with apparent rpllsh what was set before him, didn't try to flirt with the waitresses, and whon I asked him if ho was looking for land or seek. I Ing health or canvassing for something I he politely repllod that ho wasn't. He I went to bed and got up at reasonable hours, walked sedately about town, i I bought 10-cent cigars as If ho was I used to 'em, answered civilly tho re marks of practically every prominent citizen In town about the weather. He stayed three days, and then paid his bill without grumbling, bade mo a courteous good-by and went away with I as Uttlo flutter as bo had come. And I on account ot the consistent manner ' In which ho minded his own business and let other pooplo's affairs alone there has been a good deal of specu . latlon about Mm evor since, the con sensus ot opinion being that ho was i either a famous detectlvo, somo kind ot a slick swindler or a crazy man." My Duty. Thoro Is nn Idea abroad amors moral pcoplo that they should make tholr neighbors good. One person I havo to make good: Mysolf. But ray . duty to my neighbor Is much more nearly oxprossod by saying that 1 havo to make him happyIf I may- Robert Louis Stevenson PUDDING BELL STILL RUNG Church In the County Palatine Qlves iVarnlno It la Time to Begin Frying Pancakes. Concerning church bells Mr. Frank Hlrd tullB of tho quaint customs whloh are still obaervod In omo of the par ishes In tho County 1'alntlne. Wore the Reformation tho great bell of tho pariah was rung on Shrove Tueda to call the peoplo together for the confession of their sIiih, or to be Dhrlvon;" honco tho name ot tho day "This bell." says Mr. Hlrd, "is atlll rung In somo parts of Lancashire, and Is still called tho 'Pancnko Hell.' bolng now regarded only as a signal to the pcoplo to begin frying tholr pancakes, "In somo villages a bel) is rung as tho congregation Is leaving the church after the morning service This la known us tho 'Pudding Boll,' It hav ing boon firmly believed for many gen eratlnns that It Is rung to worn thoao at homo to get tho dinner ready ' The origin of tho ringing of this bell Ik not known, but like many oth er old customs, It still lingers In the remoter parts of tho country, an nouncing to the vlllngo thnt the serv ice ih oer and that 'pudding tli.ie has come ' "So late as 1S70 tho curfew bell was rung nt Burnley, Colno, lllack bum Padhnm, and In many other towns and villages. This, perhaps, Is tho most remarkablo Instance of the persistence of nn old cuRtom centuries after It has ceased to havo any oa son " Laugh and Grow Fat. Democrltus, who was always laugh ing, lhed ono hundred and nlno years, Hcraclttus, who novor ceased crying, only sixty. Laughing, then, Is best, and to laugh at another Is per fectly JiiBtlflaole, slnco wo nre told that tho gods themselves, though they made us as they pleased, cannot help laughing nt us. LAND FOR SALE For an ideal horso ranch and al falfa farm combined 500 acres nt $11 per acre apply to C J. Norman Paradise, Utah. Advertisement. m m Constipation causes headache, nau sea, dizziness, languor, heart palpi tation. Drastic physics, gripe, sick en, weaken tho bowels and don't euro. Doan's Rogclots act gently and euro constipation. 25c. Ask your druggist. Advertisement. ' We Sell Thn Earth, Mad Its lie fl And Loan Money On It jH DO YOU KNOW M stracts and correct M titles on all Cache M County Real Estate? H ARE YOU AWARE that wc have $250 000.00 to M loan on farm art) city property and insure you against H death, (ire actum or sickness in the strongest insurance Companies ot the Wot Id? il HAW I1?l Li YOU FORGOTTEN that wc buy, 'H sell and exchange all kinds of Real Estate, in all parts of iH H. A. PEDERSEN & CO. H H. A. Pedersen, Manager, C. W. Dunn, Abstracter. M t-. iasBslI , 'H j ARRIVAL AND DEPAlHuiirMATLr i Following is the New Mail Schedule at Logan, Utah, ! jH ! Post OHice on account of new time card of the Oregon J H J Short Line, effective Sunday, December 2, 1012 ' :H , CLOSING OF MAILS H 1 Cast, West, Noitli and Soutt 7:30 a. m. 2.00 p. m I ii j 1'ieston llr.UK.li, nouli 10:25 a. m. 7.15 p. m. V jH I lirnucli Loop south, lljruiu, Wellsvlllo, etc 2:00 p. m. I i I'lovuluiicc .mil .MiliMlle, a R. F D. 1 0:30 a. m. I 'H I beiuui! nnd Mug, (e(ei' Sunday) 1:00 p. m. f i It I' i) 1 College Waid, (except Sunday) 9:30 a. m. H a It I 0 2, Xon.i l.ogun (excopt Sunday) 9:30 a. m. J f ARRIVAL OF MAILS f Dual, Went Norili and South ....8:20 n. m. 11:30 a. m. S:.10 p. m. & H I I-cdiot. IIiiuilIi 8.20 a. in. 3:00 p. in J H llinuch Loop, W'elsllle, Hyium, etc 11:30 n. m. I H i l-rovlilrncc nnd MiliMlle 4:30 p. m 1 J liensnn nnd King (except Sunday) 11:45 a. m V 11. T l). 1, College Ward 4:30 p. m. fl 1 It F. IJ 2 GreenUe, North Logan 1:00 p. m f All w'mlows nl post olllco are closed on Suudnjs the emir's day I I Ge.ioiul Delivery, Stamp, and Carrier wlndowb open on liollilnjs from H i to 10 o'clock n in I I Only two dlspn:hes nro made on Sundays: South, 7:30 n. m nnd f H I North r "n. I H ! Very Respectfully, I H JOSKl'II ODKLL. Postmaster. I lH Per Cent Off I I , ' On All " . ;. ' J I 1-tClU.lvd I Vnirc 1 jiEliason Sisteifs I fl