mW TAGE FOUR THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919
H LOCAL NEWS
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H S Phono AUIMO
H I 101 Ulock
I L.DTreseder D.CS
H "Dr. O. II. Hoso who practiced chlr-
H eprnctlc In Logan before entering tho ,
H t ; i services of Undo Sam, lino returned
H i i to Lognu ftom intrttuB duty. He t
Hj says bis oxpcrlcnco in Franco will
H not soon bo forgotten, and that Uio
H ' boys who returned homo after serv- J
H 1 1 Ing (heir country In the foreign lands
H f should feel that this Ir tho Garden of I
I Paradise. Dr. Hoso was n member
o( tho 262nd Infantry of th0 9lBt di
vision. Ho spent considerable tlmo
In the front lines, met with an accl-
M '! dent and was gaBscd, after which he
h'l was taken back to the base hospital.
B J He remained there until after tho
M- 5 signing of tho armistice. As yet he
M I has not decided whether to locato la
H a Logan or go to Salt Lake City.
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I For Best Results see
1 G. L. CHADWICK
M h Chiropractor
I ArimoBlk Phone 80
ma I 10-11, 2-4, 6:80-7:30
Urn Tuesday Mrs. Ernost Beckhardt
1 I passed away at her home In Provl-
B denee after a comparatively Bhort
UmM llllness. This is the fourth mothor
Um within the last month to bo -taken
H from a family of small children, -and
H comes nH perhaps tho most distinct
H ' shock to tho community. Two of-the.
H saddest funerals ever held occurred
B last week, and this added upon them
H causes deep gloom. Mrs. Beckhardt
H was tlilrty-alx yenrs of ago. Slu
H enmo to this country recently from
H ' Qermnny with her husband. She has
Hf n family of children and she was
H highly respected by tho pcoplo o
V, WM. ELT HAWKINS ,
H , Chiropractor
. Office Phone
420 S. Main G37-J
SMarrlago licenses havo been grant
ed to Hoy Dlrd and Arvllla Nowland,
both of Wheelon. Utah; Walloco M.
Funk of Trenton and Carolina Durn-'
H ham of Logan; Austin T. Morrill of
BBflf Preston and Alice Perry of Cloveland, '
Dr. and Mrs. Frank .Reynolds re-
BBS , turned Tuesday from an extended '
H trip to New York and Chicago. Tho
1 doctor was doing post graduate work
H 4 on the oyo, ear, noBo and throat. Ho
H said tho weather conditions In the
h oast aro very bad and they certainly
B wero very glad to got back to God's
Hj country once moro.
Hj For good health see G. L. Chad-
H wick, chiropractor, Arlmo block,
H phono 80. Adv-5-8
B Tho Wheeler school house, a throe
room building, was burned down on
ftVH Tuesday aftornoon. Tho flro wasdls-
Vt covered at 1:30 und all tho children
AVJ weru inarched out eafoiy but tho
HBff building was n total loss. Every of-
f1 fort was made to get control of Ue
fir but on account of the high wind
HftVJ- were of no avail. Tho building was
fully Insured. Immediate steps will
ibo taken to erect a new building by
tho tlmo school starts In the fall. ;
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H 1 Palntora ovcralls.andjackets $1.26 ;
S at Newbold's. " " Adv-5-aO
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You are invited to come to Ogden, Utah, for the Jubilee Celebration to be The Story
held in this city on May 10, 1919, to commemorate the driving of the Golden fa Brief
Spike, which, on May 10, 1869, linked the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and com- 5!i.X2s t?lT&
1 1 al ii ii iii i now woiofiul city or Ogden, an .
, pleted the first transcontinental railroad the world had known up to that time. 5LXnofoJI!BidiX
clflc, (now a part of the Southern
m i a ... . Pacific system), and, the Union Pa-
Thousands of people will gather fronr all.-parts of the United States for the fn"r!KJTvere?rda.K
great event. To witness th great spectacle oFthe historic pageant and to see Sy33r. SS joHTS'
the wonders of nature about the city, will be an opportunity of a lifetime. By all railroad" system tnwofid.The-
J last spike to be driven was of gold,
means you should be thereand without doubt you will be there, as will your ta VhYSK SuU SHS; a
. - - great achievement. The construc
nftlflrhnnt tIon waB .accomplished under great
UClgUMUl. dlfflcultles and dangers. Often the
workers laid down their spades anc
took up their rifles to fight off ma-
The Celebration will consist of special features, including Outdoor Community o,ftii&? JSs$uFgt&
-P 1 n . m 4 . . I rr, . a a n, a a . . WOrk' lnclud'nK "Duffalo Bill," who
Smgmg by Great Choir, Oratorio Music, and Trips through Wonderful Ogden iSSSiiimtSiSS.
ry ham Lincoln was one of the most
Canyon.' , k interested Americans in tho building
" , " of the lines, granting liberal . goV-
' . ' "" r' ' crnment aid. t
" ' d 1 1 t Tl I e i ef i . . a a ' ' ' ' Before the task was completed
Saturday, JWay 10 This is the day of the official program; will include a great g lm! IXJZ , " L
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nistoncal pageant, snowing all modes ot transportation from early days -down to tt?n or that notable event, a Bift .
" r . J to covoillzatlon, will occur atOgdtn
present, besides great military spectacle and many other features. " ,'' T '-" ! """ S" liUKwonS:'-
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f Bm IbB ifSJi tBa BsrBfl yJBjfaHkBBlBM Wl y9L S V&& W n
Tho ofdeers of tho Commercial cluo
nnd Its commlttco mot with tho City
Commission Monday evening to see
what can bo dono to get tho Loihn
military band Btarted. Tho public
thoroughly enjoyed tho band concerts
that woro given for several years un
til last year when tho organization
was broken up through the draft. A
good many of tho boys aro home now
and the ltentlon Is to mako tho band
a city or municipal Organization as
far as possible and not a merchants
band. Besides giving the public good
wholesome entertainment two times
overy week during tho summer
months, It develops tho local talont
and creates a dcslro among the peo
plo for better things. Logan cannot
afford to bo without a good band.
JENEVA FARM Is now otforlng
for biUo a limited numbor of choice
registered Duroc Jersey spring pigs
sired by tho famous Pathflndor and
Defonder boars. Right prices, night
pigs. Write us. Israolsen Bros.,
North Logan, Utah. (Successors to
L. B. Noblo.) Phono 526-J-l
Ted Lauronson who played short
stop on tho U. A. C. baseball team
tor a number of years, spont"7Cster
iay iq the city on business and plea
lure combined, 4i
I Harry O Thompson died at his res
idence, 477 North 4th East street,
Tuesday afternoon. He was born
In .Philadelphia, After embracing tho
gospol about ten years ago, ho mov
ed to Utah. He la survived by a wife
and threp boys. Funeral arrange
ments will bo announced later.
Mrs. Jerry Earley of Blackfoot,
Idaho, is in Logan visiting relatives
Wni. McMahtlt sold tho Oscar John
son farm in Benson ward consisting
ot 100 acres to James Balls ot Hydo !
SIIEPPAUD & CO. of Idaho Falls
havo a number ot very flflo farm'
homos lor salo near that city. A let
ter to thorn will bring a prompt re
ply, describing somo of these plac
es. " Adv-tf
Mr. Baymoud Parkinson spent yes
terday In town on business, return
ing to his home In Franklin, Idaho,
The Thatcher Muslo company has
just rccolved a shipment of pianos
and talking machines. They will now
havo machines to supply tho dally
callers who aro desirous ot making a
purchase at this store.
Fdll SALE FIvo passenger, bIx
cylinder used automobile in good
condition. Call 820-w. , Adv-tt
Three platoons of the It. 0. T. C.
at tho Utah Agricultural College un
der the direction ot Colonel Ilartle
aro competing against each other for
tho salo of bonds for tho Victory
Loan. The government officers have
campaign for the loan wherever thoy
aro stationed. Tho It. O. T. C. at tho
aro stationed. hTe It. O. T. C. at tho
collcgo la a live bunch and It Is ex
pected a considerable number of
bonds will be sold through tho pla
toons. Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Stockor of
Pocatollo aro Logan visitors for a
Logan Hide & Junk Company pays
tholghost price for hides and junk.
Phone 62, Logan, Utah. Adv-tf
The Llborty Loan committees lu
this icctlon aro very busy trying to
got the allotmont for this section. Dur
ing tho last two or three days things
havo livened up n bit and it now
looka as it wo woro solng over the
Men's dress shirts $1,25 for CO
cents at Newbold's. Adv-6-16
Several months ago headquarters
askod the Cacho County chapter if it
would do somo more knitting and
sewing as there was such an urgent
need for clothing among the peoples
In the different war stricken coun
tries. Also our soldiers who are still
in France and elsewhoro have to bo
maintained. Tho chapter at Its meet
ing had a full representation of all
tho branches and without one excep
tion the production order to be com
pleted by Juno was gladly accoptcd.
Tho supplies woro to bo furnished
free. For somo time tho supplies
have been at the Shamhart Chris
tiansen storo and the people have
been urged to call and got ynrn or do
some sewing. Unless we speed up
we Bhall not havo finished our pro
duction order In time. The officers
desire that th'o poople call at tho
rooniB any day between 2 nnd 6 p.
i ni. and help a llttlo with the sewing
and knitting. Tho Bed Cross work Is
not over aa there nro muny after ef
fects of the war that have to be met.
Use a llttlo of your spare tlmo In
knitting and sewing for tho Red
Cross. You will feel better about It.
Don't stop now. Holp us until wo nro
through. Rcmombor there Is no end
FOUND W-Ito Cameo pin, phono
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Duttorwrappors at this olllco,
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Cars . - -;.. '
Our salesman will make
regular trips with demon- .,
strator over our entire "
territory, comprising i
northern Utah and south- ;
ern Idaho. f V
A card to us will bring -1
him to your home. " v ' v;
Browning Auto y -Co.
of Ogden .
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