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I Auto Lighting, Repairing j
H 1 Plumbing. Work l
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I New and Up-to-date Shop
If you want yourr automobile washed call on me 1
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1
M, BIRCH I
42 North 1st West Logan
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1 LOCAL NEWS
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H I LOST A small Jersey cow brnnd- j
1 od 8. belonging to Mrs. J. '.. Stewart
M t Jr. Howard. Adv
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M roil SALE Very fine modon
H home. CIobu In. Phono 713 Aav-t.
H Mrs. James A. Tliorpo of Provl
H denco was In Uio city yestcrdny vis
M ' King with her daughters.
Plenty at money t loan on city or
H farm property. Hi A. Pedorsoo.
1 ' AdT-tf
H Mr Fred Jensen, an cmployeo ol
H 4 tho Amalgamated Sugar company,
H j! ' was In tho city yesterday morning on
H i i buslncis.
H J j CLIP. CLIP, CUP, the song of the
H ) '. shears; clipping out tho vote coupons
H j that appear In ercry Issue of tho Ro-
H j I publican.
I
H r A marrlngo license was granted to
H i Carl JeiiBOn and Leah Qnllup, both
H 1
B of St. Anthony, on Monday. Thoy
H : ft jj were later married by Judge Bullen
B nt tho court house
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M jj ; FOR SALE Modern houso, fire
M j I rooms, full basement. .Close In. Call
H jl 48. AdT-tf
H J Mr. "Edward Gobs, department man-
M I wser or the Shamhart Christiansen
H company has returned from Now
York where ho went on a buying trip.
Ho brings word that tho eastorn mar
kets aro full of buyers but merchan
dise is vory scarce. Tho manufac
turers aro handicapped over the
Btrikes throughout tho cast. In n
few days Christmas goods will nr
rlvo which wcro purchased by Mr.
Qosa whllo away.
With a vlow of cleaning up tho ex
cess stock of Fountain Syringes after
tho lc sale at "Tho Itoxall Stcto."
Itltor Ilros. Drug Co. will allow you
GOc for your old fountain syringe or
hot wator bottlo to apply on tVj p-r-chase
of a fountain syringe, t'. reg
ular pricq of which Is 1.50. This
will enable you to got a now sytliiRo
with, tho Investment of $1. ThU of
for lasts whlllo the stock lasts.
Adv-lO-'IO
Word comes from Pocatcllo, Ida
ho, to the offectl that Tholma Stones
and Mrs. Lydla Stones Jones are both
vory 111 at tho hospital In Pocatcllo.
Roth of tho girls wore employed at
tho Cacho Knitting factory In this
city for n number of years.
Two hundred thouBand extra votes
will bo given for each club or $20
In subscription money turned In bc
foro Saturday, Novombcr 1. Drlng
In $40 and you havo two clubs, and
will get ii ballot good for 400,000
extra votes,
Tho regular olllcors meeting of the
Cache stake ltellof oclety will be hold
In tho Logan Tabernnclo Saturday,
November 1, at 2 o'clock. Instead of
tho regular roports Mrs. Rena B,
111 ; Ml ,. yaarrx &
lip MKRYPT0KS? Turn around
I Why, they make you
I look younger!' ' j
"Yes, that story of tho little Kryptok Kiddlo andi her Dad mado n
mo think that If Kryptoks helped him look younger they would 1
holp mo look younger, too. i c
H . i "As soon an your e.ves begin to need glasses forlnear and far I
m , I vision, people say 'She la getting old.' It makes no difference I
B i W whether you fUBM with two pairs of glasses or old-stylo bifocals B
I- ' with their tell-talo seam, peoplo know you are getting old J'iit 1
j tho same. I
j I "Hut with' Kryptoks I tool everybody. They say, just as you 1
1 I did 'You're looking younger.' I
ft H AMm CLASSES XJh. B
! I 1 THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS I
; J- ' W glvo you the convenience of ncur and far vision In orio pair of 1
& B Biases. V.'ltli Kryptoks you escapo tho fuss and bother of Vemov- .1
Jl '' m ,'. H lngand replacing your glasses or changing from one part to an- (I
PH I M a "1Ql' llni1 'nu "void tho annoyance of tho ago-roveallng seam of h
pH t P jl other bifocals. Kryptoks look like single-vision glasses. -,
H'J . I .IP YOUIt BYKSCAUSK YOU ANY TIIOUDI.K. CONSULT
I W I ' re& - Pi"kinson !
Hi JJT ! I . ', OPTOSIETKIST AM) OITIOIA.N f
HIJS-' 0 Office First National Dank DIdg. LOOAN. UTAH
JBn p
Muycock of th J:tfnsion divi .in't of
Hit t. A. C will ivo R tfilk on r
ganlz&iion. opportunity and prepara
tion All member are Invltad nnd a
spclM Invllatlon Is oxtsiidwl to tllfl
officer and (eachers. I.uoy 8. Cni
don, Margaret Morroll, Klnnle U.
Cnlno.
Wo will pay you the market price
for your Llborty bonds, plus accrued
Interest to date. Hatch, Insurance
and Bonds, Phono 080. Over Pre
scription Drug Store. Adv-tf
Word camo to this ofllcd last night
that Mr. H. O. Hayb'all, bno of our
local merchants, was ntlll confined to
his bed from tho effects of a sickness
contracted numo two weeks ago.
1C0 aero dry farm-for sale In Day
ton, Idaho, $20 per acre. A bar
gain. Apply to George Y. Smith,
Smlthfleld. Adv-10-30
You'vo been wanting plcturoa of
rather and mother for a long time.
Now Is your chanco to niako them
coino In and bo photographed. Tho
Loveland Studio Is making slltlngn
absolutely free for overyono over G5
years old. The offer is good during
tho week only. Adv
, The remains of the latq Oeorgo
Herbert Champ may bo rovlowed at
Ills residence on East First North
street between 9:30 and II a. m. this
morning,
FOIl MODERN HOMES and other
good homes, tall prices; for small
I acreage, with or without homos, close
In; for farms, irrigated or others, in
Cache or clsewhcro In' Utah or in
Idaho; for unfurnished rooms; for
monoy loans; for Insurance. See It.
T. Smith & Co., 45 N. Main Adv-C
Tho regular monthly meeting' ot
tho Primary workers of the Cache
stako will be hold In the basement
of tho tabernacle Friday, October 31,
at 3:30. Special Instruction will bo
given In social work. Mattlo I).
Hansen, Pres. Norah E Anderson,
Counselor.
Nlghtwntchman Win. Dahlo la slow
ly recovering from tho effects of In
juries sustained when run down by
an nuto some, two weoks ago. Ho is
now nblo to bo out of bed and moves
around tho houso with tho help ot a
walking cano and tho hotiBe.holrttur
nlturo It Is hoped that ho will bo
able to partake ot the fresh air out
of doors In tho vory near future.
Tlio United States civil service
commission announces the examina
tion named bolow to bo hold at an
early date. Application blanks and
further Information may be obtained
from the local secretary, Hoard of
Civil Sorvlco oxamlnors, at Iho post
olhco In this city: Forest and Field
Clerk.
Mr. Martin' Olrch who has been
I conducting a buslnoss in Pocatcllo
i for tho past six months, has now es
1 tabllshed, a plumbing shop on North
First West street. Mr. Birch has had
coqsldorablo experience In the plumb
ing buslnoss and comes to Logan high
ly rccommondod. Besides doing good
work In tho plumbing lino ho will
conduct an automobile repair shop
and will mako a specialty of auto
' lighting and washing. Ho Is a broth
er ot Charles Kirch who resides in
, this city.
More rooms and boarding houses
are needed by the college authorities.
Please phone 56 or 102-w. AdT-tf
Slippery for Buddy.
. Joe Is thoroughly tip In mitomoblla
parlance. Ills liahy brother was Just
hegtnnlni: to wnlk and wobbled consid
erably. One day Joi dashed Into tho
kitchen blinuilm;, "Oh, inn, come quid;
nn' ace Buddy skidding."
For Best Results see
G. L. OHADWICK -
I Chiropractor
. 10-11, 2-4, 6:30-7:30
! " ' Hours
i ArimoBlk- Phone 80
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NT ATMIKNT OF OWMUIHIUIV
mA(;;mi:nt, cikcixation,
JiiTt'., ItHqi'lllKI) V ACT OF
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CONCItftgS OF Al'OUST -J, 101-.
Ot Logan Republican, published
trl-wookly nt Logan, Utah, for Oct.
1, 1010.
Stalo of Utah, County of Cache s
Before me, a notary public, In and
for tho state and county aforesaid,
personally appeared Hcrschel llnllon,
who, having been duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and says that he
la the editor of the Logan Republican
'and that tho following la, to tho best
'of his knowtedgo and boiler, n true
statement of tho ownership, manage
ment (and If a dally paper, and cir
culation) etc., ot tho aforesaid pub
lication for tho date shown in tho
caption, required by ncUof August
21, 1912, embodied In section 443,
.Postal Laws and Regulations, printed
on the rcvorso oldo of this form, to
wlt: 1. That tho names and addresses
ot the publisher, editor, mannglng
editor uud business managers are:
Publisher, Republican Publlililng
Co., Logan, Utah.
I Editor, Horschol Uullon, Logan,
Utah.
Managing Editor, none.
Bunlncas Manager, Floyd R.'ise. Lo
gan, Utah.
2. That tho owners are (G'vu the
names and addresses ot Individual,
owners, or. If a corporation, glvo Its
naino and tho addresses ot stockhold
ers holding 1 per cont or morr e the
totnl amount of stock.)
Horschol Bullen, Logan, Utah.
Mary1 H. Bullen, Logan, Utah.
J. C. Allen, Jr, Lava Hot Springs,
Idaho
Floyd Hose, Logan, Utah.
3. That the known bondholders,
and other security holders owning cr
holding 1 per cent or moro of total
amount of bonds, mortgages ov other
securities aro: (If there are none, to
Mate.)
Cache Valley Banking Company
Logan, Utah.
1. That tho two paragraphs noxt
above, giving tho names if the ovn
'crB, stockholders and security hold
ers, If any, contain not only the llfct
of stockholders and security holders
las thoy appear upon tho books of tho
company but also, In cases where the
stockholder or security holder np
poara upon tho books of tho company,
as trustoo or in any fiduciary rela
tion, tho name of the person or cor
poration Tor whom such trustee is
acting, Is given; also that tho said
,two paragraphs contain statements
'embracing alllant'a full knowledge
and belief as to the circumstance and
conditions under which stockholder
nnd security Holders who do not ap
'poar upon the books of ho company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
In a capacity other than that of a
bona fldo owner; and this aillant Iuib
no reason to believe that any other
persou, association or corporation has
any Interest direct or Indirect In the
said stock, bonds or other securities
than as so stated by him.
5, That the average number of
copies of each Issue ot thlsp ubllca
tlon sold or distributed through Mm
malls or otherwise, to paid subscfb,
during the six months preceding tho
datq shown above Is. (This Informa
tion Ib required front dally publica
tions only.)
HERSCHEL BULLEN.
Editor
Sworn to and subscribed before, mo
this 27th day ot Octobor, 1919.
JOHN A. CROCKETT.
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My. commission expires July 2,
1922.'
We will pay you the market price
for your Llborty bonds, plus accrued
Interest to dato. Hatch, Insuranco
and Bonds, Phono 980. Over Pro
scription Drug Store. Adv-tf
For Good Results
R. H. JACKSON, D. C.
Palmer Graduate
CHIROPRACTOR
Phone 131
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on the management if they will file
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