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!--- III! lll-l-l I lll-l II- I MT ! EF3 T! Hi hi1p Tw liS SwiS kJHI9eS "KEEP SMIL1NO" Is the Chiropractic slogan; and rij why shouldn't It be? Dr. Chns. Mayo, one of the HI world's greatest Burgeons, says: "Tho drugless ff henter In one of tho beat things that has coma Into ri the life of tho present day." Think what that means. U How often have you said, when you bought a new U piece of tho latest farm machinery, r new auto, or UZ some new household furniture: "How did I get alone ffi without It." , LK Hp f i ifj Qlvo Chiropractic a FA IK CHANCE and you will Ifj B ( ' P wonder "How you over got along without It," and jfi H i r '" sny that Chiropractic Is tho I1EST thing that 1ft H ? 3J has ENTEIIED VOUIt LIKE. fi J HT r 5? If U "r ,,0l"R nny,hlnK for yur health, or want p- U I jrj '" 'lo anything, DO IT THE CIUKOPRACTIC WAY, P M ' rf! at least ONCE. jf RH jg. RBNH: IVIED. j III I ' JACKSON 1 t 3 chiropractors S H I I S Consultation and Analysis Free jgj H "5 K 1'AI.MKIfc OKADUATES , PHONE l.'Jt' ffi IM jjjj ARUIO M.OCK RES: 33JMV 3! H V i ' ' ' -- -" u , , ': ! LOCAL NEWS m ' . I f . H ? The folowlng have been appointed M as the committee from tho Commer M clal club to work with the Agricultur al 1 I- al Cole'ge committee In securing a dor M X mltory for next year; C. P. Cardon, B "' chairman; J. E. Shopard, C. M. Har M rls, E. T. Uenson and Alma florin"." M , I The following members of the Hub M liavo been added to tho retail mer M chants committee; John Christiansen M and U. T. Cardun. m H ; J 'A now Dodgo truck and sevoral H y good second hand Ford cars for salo. B Logan Garago & Supply Company. I' Adv-9-lG i B 1 Mr. O. W. Adams, Hairy Morgan H nnd J. II. Wilson hnvo been appolnt- H , I cd as a committee from tho Commor- H ' I clal club to assist tho football players H J and prospective candidates to find H'i. I employment H"1' Bids will bo lectved by the Anuil- HT I gnmatcd Sugar company to Soptom- H I ber 20. 1!I19, for tiuckfng and pll- Hr f ,nB sugar, beet tips and leaves. A1- H f dress S. M. Low, Logan, Utah. M J Adv-9-20 H r i Program to be xlren In tho First ward conjoint meeting Sunday cron ing at 7:30 o'clock. Violin solo, Christian Lyngby. Vocal solo, Ell Klgby. Talk, Prof. Ooorgo D. Casto. Why not subscribe for tlia Logs Republican nnd National Ilepubllcab a special offer is being made of Areo fifty per year for' both pa er, AdT-tr Funeral services, will bo held In t,ho North Logan meeting house Sun day at 2 p. m .over the lemalns of Mis. John Smith. - FOU SALE At n greatly reduced price, flvo now Smith Form-a-Truck attachments for Fords complete. This la an opportunity to make a good one ton truck out of your Ford. See II. Wan en Taylor at tho Liberty Auto Co., Logan. Phono 172. Adv-tf Tho' entertainment committee of tho Commercial club Is assisting tho cllego committee to" find rooms and accommodations for tho students. If oii havo any rooms furnished or un furnished c,all tho Commercial club. Wo need them for studonts. Wo In lto tho students hero and It Is up to us to flndthom places In which to llo. It you can spare any looms Mr. Cltlren, It Is your duty to lot us havo them. . m giii'iiJiiiiiiitiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiii B 1 Off-Color Days i I- i m' I are usually the reflexion of some HL 1 , upset to bodily health. I mi I Coffee drinking usually exagger- 1 Bt J l- ates such conditions and fre- i m i quently produces them. H i B That's why so many former H S coffee drinkers now favor H t m The Origiins&l j Fostum Cereal B I 1 Boil fully fifteen minutes and a 1 B J delightful beverage results. Fine H , 3 for children as well as grown-ups. mm 3 s If I Everywhere ait Grocers. I H. Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c. I H J ' iiWMJIMMMMWfjniHIINIIIIUIIUIUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIliailltllllllllllimiml - :' :..' -. ' .u. . -'-' " mm. BBPBMaMtJiMiiiBSlMaMMiiiiMIMiBiMiriysMfiMiiliiMKCSEI .ia44f. Mrs Julia Dlucmel Sorenson of . Ilia kfoot, Idaho, U the guer.t of her ! parent", Mr and Mrs. O 0. Illuemcl ! She came here to attend tho funeral ! of her sister Mrs. John Smith of ' North Logan. I Hae you seen Wm. Walton's new Nash truck on the streets of Logan? j This wonderful truck, with tho Inter j' locking devise In tli0 rear wheels en- j oblcs this truck Jo go through mud holes If traction for only wheel can bo had. Logan Oarage &. Supply Company. Adv-9-16 A program will be given by the M. I. A. workers of tho Tenth ward In tho waid meeting next Sunday ev ening at 7:30 p. m. A reading will be given by Miss Erma Adams, L. II. Humphreys, president of the Voung Men's Mutual woik In the ward will deliver an address and Dr. K. L. Hill will sing a solo. The choir will be In attendance. Tor price on new built on roofs, re surfacclng, old roofs nnd Insldo wa ter proofing for basements, call C. C. Oarff, phono 5C2-J. Work guar anteed. Adr-9-30 Next Monday, September 15, you will clip your Interest coupons from tho Third Liberty Ilonds. On that day Uncle Sam will pay to the thirty million bond buyers of America the magnificent sum of $88,750,981.81. Why not deposit your coupons In our Savings Department and let the In terest compound? Wo pay 4 per cent I and compound It quarter-yearly. Cap- j itsl and surplus, $225,000.00. He-1 sources Two Million Dollars. Th'atch r Brothers Banking Co. Adr For Best Results see G. L. 0HADWIC5 .. . Chiropractor ArimoBlk Phone SO 10-11, 2-4, 6:30-7:30 Hours HOIVSES and LOTS FOR SALE At PRE-WAR PRICES inquiiu: OK EOCLES INVESTMENT CO; Mbis Noynecn Karrell assisted by Mrs. A. C. Farrell and Miss Uula Cardon will appear In conwt at 'to Nlbley hall, Monday, Sept.15, at S:.".0 P. m. Tickets on salo at the Men's Shop. Wo ask all people living In Logan who havo furnished or unfurnished rooms for rent, to call up tho Utah Agrlcultral College, or tho Commer cial club. Wo must have a great many rooms this week. Adv-tf Mr. Thomas Prlday brought a bar hide to Logan which was taken fram a bear caught In his sheep hord In tho south Cottonwood tenitory ot Illiicksmlth Foik cnuon where his sheep aro ranging. ,Ho secured $30 as bounty on tho animal. FOIt SALR Modern house, flvo "ooms, full basement. Close In. Call 8. Adv-tf Mr. nnd Mrs. George Wostpn a visiting with Mis. Weston's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. N. Llljonqulst of Hyrum. Mr. Weston Is tho prlnclp.il of tho sctiools at Laketown. FOIl SALE Vory flno modern homo. Closo in. Phone 713 Adv-l! Plenty of money to loan on city or faim property. II. A. Pcderson. ' . . , Adv-tf - - .' , '" ... , , I .' -"- . ' v -i?f - BIOGRAPHY Of iTHH. LUND Ilrother Lund was born In Klngs akker, Hcdcbarkcn, Norway, July 2C, 1848, and died In Logan, Utan. September 3, 1919. He was a har ness maker by trade and worked In this capacity most of his life. A cus tom of the old country is to have tho various mechanics come to the farm house and do up the work nec essary for a year or more. This brought Ilrother Lund In close re lationship with the rich nnd poor, and he wai held In the highest es teem by alt who had dealings with him. The friendships thus made stood him well In hand after It was known that he had joined the ever despised Mormon church. Ills wire was a member of tho Mormon church before they were mairk-d, and through her he became a slnrero investigator, of the gospel, and finally Joined tho church. Ilroth er Lund's home, before his conver sion, as well as afterwaids, was a welcome retreat for tho elders that will never be forgotten by the mis sionaries at that time. In 1882 he left his native land and came to America. The first year ho stayed in Kansas where he had rel atives. Tho next year ho came to Utah and, the following year was ab le to send for his family who Joined him in Logan whero" the have lived' i jever since. Brother Lund, worked thirteen years for Hon. Moses Thatcher, the faithfulness ot which was most beau tifully testified to at tho funeral. He was a quiet, unassuming man; kind hearted, faithful and conscien tious in all his duties; a kind fath er, a good neighbor, and true friend all of which makes an excellent citi zen. Besides his wife, tho following children survive him: Mrs. T. D. Needhom Mrs. J. F. Burns. Mrs. C. H. Olssou, Mrs. Lawrence Bailey, Joseph and Albert Lund. One boy pieceded him to tho great beyond. Mr. Alfrod Si&urthwalto called at our oIlce yesterday and left n pros pectus of a now corporation of which ' ho is connected in a financial way. The now company 1b lo bo known aS tho Western Seed Growers assocla-j tlon with headquarters In the Atlas' block, Salt Lake City. Mr. C. A. Smurlhwalte Is the president and gen-' oral manager. Ho has had n wide experience In the seed business. The' capitalization of the company is one', hundred thousand dollars divided li.-1 to ten thousand shares which sell ' at $12 ro a share. Tho $2.50 on ' oach share will go to paying commlr-, slons, rent, etc. They will raise j seod for tho neonlo of this fii.i and expect to do a general bustnnw In farm grass nnd clover seed. A concern of this kind jr pioperly n.nn' aged Is bound to succeed In a fls'il as big as the one thoy aro now en tering In, and they will have tho sup port of both farmers and dealors allko. 4 Havo you sedn tho two-ton Nash truck which we havo Just sold to (ho Utah Idaho Bottling Work of Logan7 If this truck can find traction for ono wheel only, sho will go through most any kind of a mud holo. Its tho truck that should bo considered before making any kind of a pur chase along this lino. Logan Garago & Supply Co. Adv-9-16 Uldor William 'Peterson has noti fied his father Mr. Andreas Petcrjo.i of his saro arrival In New Yurc. Elder I'otorson loft somo time ngo to fill a mission In tho eastorn stntoa Mr. Finnic Dahle has completed a course at tho Palmer School or Chl ropiactlc. 116 Js making nirangc inents to locato In Salt Lake, City, wheip ho will practice his profession. . Mr. llnyniond C. Green of Wella. vlllo was In tho county scat- yester day on business. Ho Is still suffer ing from tho effects of a wound se cured while' In tho army. . I ST. JOHN'S CIIl'ItCH Service will bo held at St Jonn'a Episcopal church tomorrow at 3 ' a ni. Hev. K. T. Lewis, Hector. , Mr. John Johnson, Mr. Eugene Johnson,' Mr. M. It. Hovey, and L. M. Hovey motored to Brlgham, whero they enjoyed a pleasant day, return ng homo in the evening. NOTICE TO WATER ' USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City, August 27, 1919. Notice is hereby given that W. D. Goodwin, ot Trenton, Utah, has mado application in accordance With tho requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Session Lgwe of Utah, 1919, to ap propriate two (2) second-feet of wa ter from tho Bear Itivcr, In Cache County. Said water will be diverted by means of a pumping plant at a point 1072.5 ft. north nnd 528 ft. west from tho SH corner of Section 15, Township 14 North, llango 1 West, Salt Lake Baso and Mercdlan, and conveyed In a pipe line and c. flume 2640 ft. and there used from April 15 to October 15, of each year to irrigate 140 acres of land em braced in the SWU of said Section 15. This application is designated In tho Stato Engineer's office at No. ftieo All protests 'against tho granting ot said application, stating tho rea sons' therefor, must be made by affi davit In duplicate, accompanied, with a fee of $2.50, and filed In this office within thirty (30 days after the completion of this notice. O.F. McQONAGLE, State Engineer. Dato of first publication Septem ber 2. Dato of completion of publication September 30, 1919. Adv-9-30 CLASSIFIED ADDS 1 FOIt SALE- Second hand rango and sewing machine cheap., Phono 469. Adv-tf-0 ! A used Ford, five-passenger car for sale. Apply to It. S. Dahle, 369 North 1st East. Adv-9-13-C CENSUS CLERKS (men, wo- men.) 4,000 needed, $92 a month. k Age, 18 upward. Examinations ev- VS crywhere soon. Experience unneces- sary. For freo particulars write Raymond, Terry, former Government examiner, 687 Continental Bldy, Washington. Adv-9-23-0 , , FOUND On Fifth East and Cen ter street, a parcol. Owner can have same by paying expense of ad at tCnli office. Adv-tf-0 1 Modern House, $3100; home with I three acres, $2800. In Lognn. Near- m by house with 1 1-2 acres, $1600. It. jRt T. Smith & Co. Adv-C 4Wt' WANTED TO BENT Furnished house, three or four rooms preferred. Call this office. Adv-tf-C Ritcr Brothers, The Rexall Store, are making elahorato arrangements to launch their great Fall Iv sale. The buying public will do well by attending this sale. "It's money in you pocket." Full announcement ami (w dates will be announced nt a later k j date. Ady , For''Good Results . H. JACKSON, D. C. Palmer Graduate I CHIROPRACTOR Phone 131 Arimo Block 1 ff K 1 "Just What You Have Been Waiting For, THE BEAUTIFUL BAUER PIANO" The One Thing in a home which a person takes the most pride The Bauer piano is always a source of pride. If for nothing else, the beauty of its cabinet work and exquisite finish would make it an object of admiration in any home, but we have never known an owner of Bauer. Piano who was not proud to show off its unequaled tone, and as the years go by, point with pride to the length of time it has been in use and the satis faction it has given. l "Be exclusive and buy 41 Bauer." Price: Style A, $695.. . Style W, $785. TERMS TO SUIT THATCHER MUSIC COMPANY "QUALITY DEALKRS" I i Soulh Main MOIN. UTAH I ' ? J?"" 1.