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H SPAGE EIGHT THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN J SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,919'
H J Let your own 1 experience decide If coffee docs hurt your nerves and gen- H eral health, try a change to j I POSTUM H m You will find this cereal drink of deli- H f cious coffee-like flavor, satisfying to the H. ' taste, and a friend to health. 2 H -S Truly Economical. Too : R J Boil for fifteen minutes after boiling 9 Hl J begins. 1 m J Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c I H I Made by Postum Cereal Company I B Battle Creek, Michigan 8 ' H 175,000 Extra Votes for Every Club of $20 That is In Before 0 Tonight Htf B: (Continued from Pago Ono) K H avowing and tlio votes will holp you H on to your goal. Do not wait. NOW B IS THE TIME. Set your mark hlgh- H r than ono of the Hiuallur prizes. H Toll yourself thnt nothing will suit H you but n Ford Touring Car and then H so la and win It. It you aro content H Avlth n llttlo that la about all you can H K-xpect to got. ut If you aro nccus- wM ' tomed to having tho host of every B thing then you won't bo Batlsflcd with H .-Anything else. Hf Tho campulgn manager wishes to H encourage you to do tho very best Bt you can doH but nlno out of ten) peo- HI p'o underestimate their own ability. f "Vou novcr know' for suro when you H :-vro really doing your best. JUST 1 l KEEP GOING That's tho secret of success. KAJUIMH1X KOMMIINT TONIGHT Saturday. Novombor S will see tho dose or tho 176,000 Xxtra Vote Offor. Got In as many clubs as you can on this offer. Only 160.000 Extra Votes for a club next wook. Thcso EXTUA VOTES will help you win. j,r IIBMEMBEU These prizes aro going to bo won by somo candidate, and that you have Just as good a chance to win as imyono In tho list. I'coplo who say "IT CANNOT BE DONE" aro alwnyn being Interrupted by floliieouu else "DOING IT." MOItAL Pick out tho prlzo y want and go In and win It. Of course If "YOUR WISHBONE" is whoro your "BACKBONE" should bo then you havo vory llttlo chanco to rcaltzo on your day dreams. Itevorso tho abovo and your namo will be tho first on tho list when tho "prize wlnnora aro announced Just two weeks from tonight. Tho rovoreo English on N-O-W will look pretty good to any candi date whon tho final voto count )s completed. MISS BLACK HAT WITH THE RED STItlPE is suro working hard to win, and no prospective subscrib er la too far distant for her to roach. Do you realize that this contest will take to win? In tliis contest tho rote offers I;- Buy a mpfeS I Cole's Down Draft Range I; l ' and Save Fuel Hf t ROLE'S Sanitary Down Draft Range burns the fuel and JJ. - v fuel cases, makinrr a clean bright fire under all six lids Mr and all the way around tbe oven. By burning these pases, Hr' V you will save your self from one-fourth to one-third your ) last winter's fuel bill. Hf Tliis stove is designed with so much thought for your ; convenience, comfort, and economy of time that you will l. ' ' find the da3 cooking or baking done as tho by magic. Cole's Down Draft Range stands at the top in this respect. r , Economical in its use of fuel, sanitary, with every part ac- : ' cessible, and easily cleaned, built and perfected by experts, ' i this range is perfection itself in operation. For cooking, - boiling, roasting and baking, it is simply faultless. It is what we call Smootll, . See it and you will agree with us. I JSji EVRT0N and S0NS ffSJ$ DECREASE, and do" not" increase" That Is wliy tills contest Is differ ent. The smallest voto offer In tho cam paign Is during tho last weok and the largest offer was at tho beginning of the contest. Only 126,000 Extra Voles during the last six days of the campaign. Therefore get In cvory subscrip tion possible beforo 9 o'clock- tonight and tako ndvantago of the DIG 175,- 000 OFFER. JUST 14 MOItE DAYS. It Is anybody's raco up to now. Tho closing rules of tho campaign will bo published soon. WATCH for them. They aro tho fairest rules of any campaign ever conducted In tho state. ' imiaitT EYES wishes to Inform her frlcrids that in this campaign It takos votes to win and not good wishes. From all Indications this Jlttlo lady Is getting her sharo of tho formor, at that, Evoryody's going "into tho high," HURRY TO W,IN, THE GIRL WITH THE CURL Is making a dandy showing. Tho LAST VOTE COUPON will ap pear In next Thursday's Issuo of tho Republican. You need votes NOW not next summer. I Gather a handful of clubs this weok. " MISS YELLOW SWEATER Is sure moving right along. MISS BLUE HAT is .'wearing a smllo that simply will not como oft. THERTTMUST BE A REASON. MISS POLKA DOT Is suro making hay these days. Likewise GOLDEN LOCKS and MISS RED HAT. t Contest ends Saturday, Novcmbor 22nd. '-' 1 Not long now Is It? I HUSTLE and bo n WINNER. $.$!$$S$$!$ DISTRICT NO. 1 $ t, $,$ J j ? t j J, $ Eva Casto 201,050 George Blair 23fe,800 Kurt Jenkins 307,100 Conrad Qulrinoy 181.62& Mrs. Mabol Wilson 31076 Ethel May Allen 300,125 Margaret Affleck 227,750 Wm. Bryan Edwards 30,160 Charles Drock 28,800 Wallace Scholes 22G.100 I Dean Crockett 21,050 Franklin Loroy Monson .... 136,050 Adrlfan Lo Daron 41,075 Edwin Uudgo 291t160 Flo Edlofson S.950 Hlllynrd Johnson 41,1251 Albert Cooper 11,275 I Elwood Thompson 5,000 $,,$$. ,j j, t j j j ,$;., . DISTRICT NO. 2 i I Florence Roes BenBon 290,025' John Smith, Providenco .... 344, G00! May Ncllscn Lowlston 260, GOO Julia" Ahrcns, Mondon 341.776' Mario Jensen, Petersboro .... 293,100 ' Desmond Thorpo, Providenco 33,175 Mrs. A. Wilson, Wcllsvlllo .. 228,160 Elelso Merrill, Richmond .... 290,200 Mrs. Anna Wall,, Richmond 101,050 Elolso Thomas, Richmond .... 96,176 Mrs. Ida Rogers, Lowlston .... 72,750 Kato Roue, Hyrum 5,000 Mrs. C. Sorcnson, Mcndon 9,100 Mrs Isabcllo Do Witt, Hyrum 288,950 Mrn.E.J, Andorson, Mlllvllle 288,950 A CLEAR COMPLEXION RuddyCheeks SparklingEyej . Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a Wcll-Known Ohio Physician Dr.RM.Edwards for 17 yeara treated Ecorra of women for liver and bowel ail ments. During these years he gave to Ms patients a prescription made of a lew well-known vegetable ingredient3 "" vrtth olivo oil, namins them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will know them by their alive color. JTheso tablsta ra wonder-workers on the liver and I Jvels, which cauic a normal action, carrying off the wasto and poisonour tatter in one's 6VEtcm. If you li0"c a pale fare, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head aches, a listl sa, no-good feeling, all out i frts, inaitivc bowels, you take one of Dr. Edwaids' Olive Tablets nightly foro i time and note thp pleasing nsuits. Thoutands if women and men take Dr. Edwards' OUvc Tablets the suc cwsful sutwtitiile for calomel now and then juU to keeo than fit. 10c and25c- . Society . . i .JJ Mrs. Ellzaboth CrookRton was very pleasantly entertained at her home In Cache Junction when the Indies of that place called on her Tuesday af ternoon. A. delicious luncheon wng served and the time spent In social chat. Mrs. Crookston is moving ami" from Cacho Junction and coming to this city to mako her homo. Mrs. E. I'i Smith read a vory pleasing testi monial which follows: Dear Aunt Bessie: As your friends and neigh bors' of tho past fcwi years we desire to express olir regrets at your de parture from our Immedlato associa tion. To know you has been to Iovo and respect you and through tho many years of pleasant acquaintance wo have found you kind and sympa thizing friend and an excellent citi zen. Your doparturo will leave a vacant placo In our clrclo of friends which will bo hard to fill, but our best wishes for your future health and comfort go with you to your now home. Wo congratulate tho" com munity with whom your lot shall be cast In tho future, knowing that our loss will bo their gain. Onco more extending our thanks for your asso ciation and our. most fervent wishes for1 your continued wolfare, wo beg to always remain your friends, If not neighbors. Mrs. E. E. Smith, Mrs. Earn Ballard, Mrs. John Slater, Mrs. Edward Dahlo, Mrs. Francis McEnty, Mrs. Frank Ballard, Mrs. Mil Mitch ell, Mrs. Geo. Lonols, Mrs. Ed Wil son, Mrs. Wm. Malmherg, Mrs. An n'lo Malmberg. 3 Tuesday of this weok a number of music lovers were highly entertained when Mrs. Jennlo Hansen presented her pupil Mr. Donald Jcssop In pianoforte recital. Mr. Jessop is a young getleman who has marked talent and whose playing portrays a master touch nd thorough knowledgo of technlc. Mr. Jessop ws assisted by Miss Nora Ellason who needs no In troduction to the, people of this city. Sho sang with her usual good form and sweetness. Miss Jennie Hansen also gavo several collo numbers. She In a pupil of Prof. George W. Thatch er and her playing was appreciated by all who heard her. $ Mr. and Mrs. C. C Cressol enter tained Wednesday ovenlng with an( Informal wedding recoptlon In honor of their daughter Florenco and Mr. Vincent B. Larson of Preston whoso marrlago took placo Wednesday at tho Logan, tomplo. Thoso In at-1 tenitanco woro tho mombars of tho Immedlato famlllos. A delicious sup per was served and Mr. and Mrs. Larson received many beautiful and useful gifts. Thoy loft Thursday evening for Preston where they will mako their future homo. A number of frlonds and, relatives of Mrs. B. F. Blnghnm gathered at her homo Thursday to commemorate her birthday anniversary. A splen did chicken dinner was served, cov ers being laid for twenty, Tho out of town guests were Xtr. and Mrs. Frank Bingham and llttlo daughter Vonva of Trenton and Mr. Bay Bing ham of Cornish. Mrs. Bingham re ceived many beautiful gifts and tho afternoon was enjoyed br U Mrs. John A. Hendrtekson entor talnod for her llttlo daughter Dor thy Thursday) afternoon. Tho roomB vcro beautifully decorated In flow era and Japaneso lanterns. Light refreshments woro sorred and danc ing onjoyed. Tho occasion was tho llttlo lady birthday and eho was tho icclplont of many pleating gifts Twenty guests attondod. Mrs. A. F. Cardon entertained hi formally Friday aftornoon for her slstor Mrs. G. A. RobcntUh, formerly Mlsa Annlo Calno of Salt Lake Cltyt who Is hor houBo guest this weok. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Woaton Vornon BDent Tuesday and Wednesday of this wook In Salt Lake City. i Miss Francis Thomas entertained Wednesday evening with three tab les of cards at hor homo on West First North street. Miss Ivaloo Budgo was high lady and received a dainty prize. The guests were th3 Misses Flora Amusson, Allco Peter son, Adelaide Nelson; Mary Will more, Maymo Bowen, Helen Boweu. Rachel Bankhcad, Ivaloo Budge, Blanch Budgo and Evelyn Bailey. ? $ Tho A, C. Faculty Woman's Lenguo iwlll hold their regular meeting at tho rest room of tho college Friday, November 14.. The first group of students will tako up their work si tho Practico houso at tho A. C. Mon day, Novembor 10. Tho young ladioa are the Misses Ireta Harris, Nadtne Foutz, Geneva Wells, Loulso BlrJ, Irene Rich and Helena Jacobs. I i J , Miss Eva England was hostM? at a dinner party last Saturday evenlog at tho homo of her sister Mrs, P. A. C. Petorson. Tho tablo wis nrthili cally decorated with Hallowo on rym bols and colors. Covers woro In Id for twelve. $ Mrs. Robert Anderson will enter tain her bridge club this afternoon (nt her residence on West Center strcot. Friday ovenlng tho Ola a llarton chapter of tho Eastern Star entertain ed at tho Odd Fellows' I all. A Bplendld program was given follow ed by progressive 500. Delicious re freshments wero served. Those yrhi participated woro tho Eastern Star wembers and their husbands and tho Masons and their wives. $ 4 Miss Kathryn eubergor was hostess to her sewing club Thursday even ing. Lunch was served. Covers be ing laid for nine. 4 Mrs Geo. Cannon of Salt Lake Jf City is spending tho week end with T ( her mother Mrs. Ellen Nlblcy, j ! O Mr, nnd Mrs. M. S. Ecclcs wero hos tess at a' delightful dancing party at j tho Bluebird hall Thursday evening. j Chrysanthemums woro tastefully ar ranged about tho room, making a mots pleasant effect. About ono hun- , drcd guests were In attendance. i AN AGREEABLE SUHPRISE "About turco years ago whea I waa ! suffering from a sovore cold en my 1( lungs nnd coughed most of r.': time night and day, I tried a bottle of "".-l Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and pj was surprised at the promptness with which It gave me rollef," wrP.'ss Mrs. ; l James Brown, Clark Milla, N. Y. Many another has been surprised and ' pleased with the prompt r-llef af forded by this remedy. Adv How's This? v W offer One Hundred Dollar Reward " Ik. for njr case of Catarrh that cannot be ,' cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. ,tl M Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taker T by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty- if Ave years, and has become known as thi j. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall'i ( Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the mucous surfaces, expelling ths Pol. i son from the Blood and heallne the dls. I eased portions. i After you hare taken Hall's Catarrh 1 Medicine for a short time you will see a J great Improvement In your general I health. 8tart taking Hall's Catarrh Medl- 3 clno at once and get rid of catarrh. Send j for testimonials, free. ' P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold br all Druggists, 75c I I The Stomach Begins digestion, but the most important i I work is done by the bowels, liver and kidneys. Failure of these to act ' 1 efficiently allows the whole body to i be poisoned. BEECHAM'S PILLS do more than produce bowel movement Liver, skin and kidneys are influenced to more I active effort with resulting increased effect. It is always safe to take ; Beechaen's Pills . Sold by drucfftcU throughout tho world. In boxes, 10cf 25c l"MICKEY"M gj Everybody's ijj Hi HI tfi .Cm. m Singing A','..;f. $ I . Everybody's j I Whistling It S Everybody . JR , . Praising It j I Buy the Record 1 s j m MICKEY "" ' S li rp ColumbiaA 1662 Q. .. m. . - k(. . Ec S Ki Sterlmg Tno Vocal' f ! ,- ffi 10 inch S 85cente MICKBT ; ffl Prince's Orchestra, Medley yfij I Thatcher Music Co. 1 S 39 So. Main Logan, Utah 8