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V mrnrm THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN J THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1910
f LOCAL NEWS I l - H Vliono AUIMO H iai niock I L.DTresederD.C HIR0PKACT0r H Dr. 0. B. Itoso who practiced chlr- H oprnctlo In Lognn beforo entering tlio ( H services or Undo Sam, has returned J M to l.ugan from o onions duty. Ho ( H Bays Ills experience; In Franco will . M not coon bo forgotten, and that Uio M boyH who returned homo after sorv- M lng their country In tho forclRn lands H nhould, feel that this Is tho Garden of I B Paradise Dr. Hobo wib a nicmbor ; H of tho 262nd Infantry of tho 01st dl- M vision, Ho spent considerable tlnio I m In tho front lines, met with nn accl-' M dent and was gaBscd, after which bo B waB taken back to tho base hospital. H Ho remained thero until after tho 1 signing of tho armistice. As yet ho m has not doclded whether to locate in H Logan or go to Salt Lake City. . t For Best Results see G. L. CHADWICK . K Chiropractor ArimoBlk Phone 80 10-11, 2-4, 6:80-7:80 B Hours H, Tuesday Mrs. Ernest Beckhardt H: passed away at her homo In Provl- M. ilencb after a comparatively short H' llllnCBO. This Is 'tho fourth mother H; wlibJri th'o last' month to be taken H fro a family of small children, and B ' comes as perhaps 'the most distinct H shock' tb the community. Two of tho B saddest funerals ever 'held occurred K last week, nnd'tlils'addod upon thorn I ' - - HVB" causes deep gloom. Mrs. Beckhardt ft w'as"ilfl'rty'8lk years' of ago. Slu HVH ' camo tb ih'ts1 conntry recently from H " O'ermhnVwUH'her husbaWd. 8h6 has HVB A futility o't Children and' she was HVfl highly respected by tho pe6plo ot HVB Providence. WM. ELT HAWKINS H Chiropractor H Office Phone H; 420 S. Main 637-J , j . j t HVB! Marriage licenses hare been grant- HVAy od to Hoy Dlrd and Arvllla Nowland, H both of Whcelon, Utah; Wnllaco M.I HVM Funk of Trenton and Carolina Burn-' HVM ham of Logan; Austin T. Morrill of HVB Preston nndvAUco Perry of Cleveland, ' HVB HB Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds ro- HVB turned Tuesday from an extended ' H trip to New York and Chicago. The 1 doctor was doing post -graduato work HB on the eye, ear, nose and throat. Ho HVEf said tho weather conditions In the HVf east are very bad and they certainly H , were very glad to get back to God's HJ country once morot H' For Ed health see G, L. Chad- SM wick, chiropractor, Arlmo block, H phono 80. Adv-E-8 HV The Wheeler school bouse, a three HVM room building, wub burned down on K Tuesday afternoon, Tho flro was dls- B, covered at 1:30 and nil tho chlldron H. were mnrched out uafeiy but tho B.' building was a total loss. Every ef- B fort was mndo to gpt control of the HVV ire but on account of tho high wind H wero of no avail. Tho building was HVH fully Insured. Immediate steps will HVH bo takon to erect a now building by HVMi tho time school starts in tho fall, HHl1 Hji , PalntorSiOverallB.and jackets 1.25 H; at Nowbbld'e. Adr-5-30 BiiiiiimI fZi Commemorating the Comqletion of Plfp5 You are invited to come to Ogden, Utah, for the Jubilee Celebration to be The Stoty held in this city on May 10, 1919, to commemorate the driving of the Golden In Brief Spike, which, on May 10, 1869, linked the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and com- t "JUiVSi USM'Ei now wonderful city of Ogden, an k pleted the first transcontinental railroad the world had known up to that time, fuonorocfued!mpThrce0ntracS: ciflc, (now a part of the Southern , Pflclflcf'system), and tha Union Pa- Thousands of people will gather Jrpmall parts of the United States for the 'ffffSJKJSK and mountain to the northern ex- great event To witness the great spectacle of the historic pageant and to see SSFthfilK SKSJEi & the wonders of nature about.the city, will be an opportunity of a lifetime. By all ? ""V"? tbenwornid.nThe ' J ' J last splko to be driven was of gold, means you should be there and without doubt you will be there, as will your UThYbuuding S!nuTe2 SSJ a " great achievement. The construo- n Atari Tinr tion waa accomplished under great UClgUUUI dlfflculties and dangers. Often the ' ' workers laid down thoir spades ana took up their rifles to fight off ma- The Celebration will consist of special features, including Outdoor 'Community SSf '.hXS tookTartn'X . '-. ' -viotki including "Suffrto Dill," who Smging by Great Choir Oratorio Music, and Trips through Wonderful Ogden SKr ffi rK ,,' ' ' nam Lincoln was one of the most CanVOn. interested Americans in tho building . -w . . of the lines, granting liberal gov-' , -in eminent aid. n 1 mar i rri i ' 4 r i ee -a Iioforo the task was completed Saturday, May 10 This is the day of the official program; will include a great ; 'J,S 3 SSnSSfJnS: I x I i I ' ll' 1 f. r '! l ' " l ' ,V ' BP'Ito and attendant cei-omon- historical pageant, showing all modes of transportation from early days down 'to fon ot11tIhaJlnota"? cvonti lft "' r J - ,'..,to covolllzatlon.i will occur at Ogden present, besides great military spectacle and many other features.' - -" ' ' .?air, u-itB impLnco0 wouiTinai- . -..r.Vr M Will Fly 9MJJL w , May 10th Tho ofllcers of tho Commorclal cIud and its committee mot with the City Commission Monday evening to see what can be "dono to got tho Loijin military band started. Tho public thoroughly enjoyed the band concorts that wero glvon for several ycars'un tll last year when the organization I was broken up through tho draft. A good many of tho boys are homo now and tho itentton Is to mako the band a city or municipal drganlxatlon as far as posslblo and not a merchants band. Besides giving tho public good wholesome entertainment two times every week during tho summer months, it develops tho local talent and creates a desire among tho peo ple for better things. Logan cannot afford to be without a good band. JENEVA FAIIM Is now offering for sale a limited nurabor of choice registered Duroc Jersey spring pigs sired by tho famous Pathfinder and Defender boars. Itlght prices, night pigs. Write us. Israolsen Bros., North Logan, Utah. (Successors to L. B. Noble.), Phono G26-J-1 Adv-B-15 Ted Laurcnson who played short 3top on tho U. A. C. baseball team for, a number of years, 'spent yester day In thi city on business and pica lure combined. ' - ilri I Harry O Thompson died at his res-1 ldenco. 477 North 4th East street, t Tuesday afternoon Ho was born in Philadelphia. After embracing tho gospel about ton years ago, bo mov ed to Utah. He la survived by a wife and three boys. Funeral arrange ments will bo announced later. Mrs. Jerry Earley of Blackfoot, Idaho, is in Logan visiting relatives and friends. Wm, McMahtll sold tho Oscar John son farm in Benson ward consisting of 100 acres to James Balls of Hyde Park. SHEPPAItD & CO, of Idaho Falls havo a number of very fine farm homes for salo near that city, A let ter to them will bring a prompt ro ply, describing soma of theso plac es. Adv-tf Mr. Raymond Parkinson spent yes terday in town on business, return ing to his home In Franklin, Idaho, laBt night. The Thatchor Music company has just received a shipment of pianos and talking machines. They will now havo machines to supply tho dally nallors who aro desirous of making a purchase at this store. ' . FOIt SALE: Flvo passenger, slxl cylinder usod automobile in good condition. Call 820-w. Adv-tt Three platoons of the R. O. T, C. at tho Utah Agricultural College un der tho direction ot Colonel Hartlo are competing against each other for tho salo of bonds for the Victory Loan. Tho government officers have campaign for tho loan whorovcr they are stationed. The R. O. T. C. at tho are stationed. hTe R. O. T. C. at tho college is a llvo bunch and it la ex pected a considerable number of bonds wilt bo sold through the pla toons. Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Stockor of Pocatollo axe Lognn visitors for a fow days. Logan Hldo & Junk Company pays the highest prlco for hides and Junk. Phone 62, Logan, Utah. Adr-tf Tho Llborty Loan committees In this section aro vory busy trying to got tho allotment for this sectlon.Dur ing the last two or three days things havo livened up a bit and it now looks as if we wero going over tho top. Men's drcso shirts $1.25 for CO cents at Nowbold'o. ' Adv-5-15 -. ,-. t ,-- n tit. I Sovoral monthB ago headquarters asked Uio Cacho County chapter it it would do some more knitting and sewing as thero was such an urgent need for clothing among tho peoples in the dlfferont war stricken coun tries. Also our soldiers who are still in Franco and. elsewhere have to be maintained. The chapter at its meet ing had a full representation ot all tho branches and without ono excep tion the production order to be com pleted by Juno was gladly accepted. Tho supplies were to bo furnished free. For some tlmo tho cupplies havo been" at Uio Sh&mhart Chris tiansen store and the people havo been urged to call and got yarn or do somo sowing. Unless wo speed up wo shall not havo finished our pro duction order in tlmo. Tho officers deslro that the people call at the rooms nny day between 2 and 5 p. ,m. and help a little with tho sowing and knitting. The Red Cross work Is not over as thero aro many after ef fects of tho war thnt have to bo mot. Ubo a llttlo of your spare time in knitting and sowing for Uio Red Cross. You will feel better about it. Don't stop now. Help us until wo aro through. Romember thero Is no end to servico. FOUND Wfclto Cameo pin, phono 834-W. AdT-B-lS Butterwrappcrs at this office, w j Cadillac Cars v Our salesman will make regular trips with demon strator over our entire territory, comprising .northern Utah and south ern Idaho. A card to us will bring him to your home. Browning Auto Co. of Ogden Distributors . "