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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN PAGF FIVE !
Jfc. jfj ' The best gift in the bag! Tho 6ne gia of Klflt f ir t!ia ? rowing boy It n blryr'e. t will mnko thlt ChrM ?A mis n ineinoniblo one fir a, lilm, bccnuso -i blcjclo f ( bccomis a 1mj' fii 111 fill P? ' fricml.ncoinpinloii In I is $. play, a help in running er- r a nils nnil a tlmo and t ' money s i cr In golt'jr Kiel. ft v and forth to jolnxil. -0C5CCC4C7'Mct;c:s, llelng the only Blcyclo firm In Cache Valloy, yto havo boon uoltcltod with nil mnlccd of Bicycles and -with our - keen knowledge and exporlonco wo have choson tho best 1 Ivcr Jofihson "r Pierce Bicycles Without Competition DeSANDERS BICYCLE & MOTORCYCLE CO. HVEitmcinNa rou tub bike I :. I I , ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Tho Wobecas mot this week on Monday evening at tho residence of Mrs. C. E. Gunnell with Miss Barbara Maughan and Miss Marvel Blonqulst as hostesses. Tho program was giv en by Mrs. Parley Chrlstcnsen who read "Tho Hour Glass" by Yeatcs. Tho special guests woro Mrs. W. P. Allen and Mrs. C. E. Qunnoll. At j tho conclusion of" tho program ro-i frestiments were served. About twenty-six guestn woro In attendance. $ j j. $ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blair ontor talnod Thursday evening In commem oration of their fortieth wedding an niversary. Tho evening was spont in social pastime- and music. Supper was served, covers being laid for twelve. Tho following guests woro In attendanco :Mr. and Mrs. Soth Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Blair, Mr. D. V. Anderson, Mrs Harriet Balllt and Miss Sara Blair. Tho snvonth grade pupils enter tained the remainder of tho Logan High School at a dancing party last evening nt the high bchool gym. Tho ladles of the Unity Clrcllu and their pardncrs were very pleasantly .entertained last Tuesday evening nt tho homo of Dr. and Mis. I. S. Smith. Prof. Henry Peterson gave a. most Interesting lecturo on "Tho School Child" which was greatly enjoyed by all. At tho conclusion refreshments woro served. Thursday evening Mrs. A. P. Jen kins entertained her sowing club nt a luncheon. Tho afternoon was spent In Buwlng and social chat. In tho evening the ladles wcro Joined by their husbands and friends and n jdollclouB dinner was served by tho I hostess. Lntcr dancing was enjoyed. Mrs, Hnttle HupUle was a special guest. Mr and Mrs. C. W. Nlbloy Jr., have gone to Salt Lako City to spend a week, tho guest of Mr. Nlbloy's parents, Bishop and Mrs. C. A. Nib ley. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo B. Calno cntertnlnod at dinner last Sunday. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Calno covers woro laid for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bullen and Mr and Mrs. Mariner Ecclcs The Sigma Alpha fraternity was very pleasantly entertained by tho' Thcta girls In an old fashioned can dy pull last Wednesday night ? ? Mr. Hebor Allen has returned to LoTim 'for tho winter qunrtcr work at tho U. A. C. Mr. Allcn'n home in Raymond, Canada. Monday night of this week tho Delta PI mot with Miss Marie Peder- ton ns hostess Tho tlmo was spont In' sewing nnd social pastime, hunch wns norved. Twclvo guests woro lit attendance I f ' Mrs. J. H. Shcpnrd centertnlned her bridge club Thursday afternoon The Theta girls had a roastlnr part Thursday evening on the tutu pie hill. I y V Miss Mario Bather litis lecentl re turned from Denver, Colo Slio hat been comlctplng a course In Home Service work nt Boulder. Mrs Held Shamhnrt spent a couple of days In Salt Lako City during tho past week. ct STOCK1 lOIiDKItS MI313TINO The regular annual meeting of tho stockholders of the First National bank of Logan, Utah, will bo held In Ifs banking room on tho 13thdny of January, 1020, at 4 o'clock p. in, for tho election of directors and tho trans action of such other business ns may be proper. A.SONNI3, CaBhicr Dated at Logan, Utah Dctonibor 11, 1919. Advl-13 ' 9-mm Opportunity to start right Duroc Juroy enle now os. We oun supply your wants for reslsteml boars, tows. Kills or pigs at greatly redna od prices Jeseru Farm, North Lo 'ipitt Pbsue 52(-J .VdY-tf-C S3 $ ' '"" 4 ' Eg S - v I ' ' ' - ' r ffi ' Hi , g 'j ' I ffi Hi g ' I Don't kid yoiirseSf . . . She knows 1 ffl When it comes down to matters of Style, Fabric, Fit Ec and Tailoring, She knows. & ffl She knows whether you are camouflaging in a last year's" model; whether you're jE 5 trying to get by wtih shoddy in place of pure wool, and, most assuredly, she rec- 3! En ognies hand tailoring or its machine sewn substitute. u R We offer clothes that pass muster under the most expert investigation. Styles g tfi . that are the latest creations of the best designers in clothingdom. Fabrics that g3 Sli are absolutely unsurpassed in woolen worth, pattern and color. Hirch, Wickwire g ifi Clothes are cut and stitched individually by hand and, accordingly, they fit better 32 B and wear longer than any other clothes within many, many dollars of the "prices we S ask- I 6 I Will you investigate and let us prove our right to your patronage ? ill Hi Hi TSiatcSier Clothing Company g YOU'LL LIKE TH.MCHER CLOTHES S Eai Hi LE 11 yps i l.ii. .ii.iiiiiin.ii.il i i i i ii . iimi i 'i '. ; y fiS JT -,,i,-.i - mil - i I " i , ,, i ii nun , m - , ffiHiHiffiffilJRffiffiiTtlSHiffiH WW. . SpccinrNoticc: ' I yffjnt WUIIo ll.e Turn-Tahls 1 WjJyYL Cnnipnriioniiinitatlcd I yA tin n icrvicc to tbopub- I "'"'I'lli Ho, it will bo demon I d' ttrated only upou youi A i definite rcijucit. I Remember this about phonographs. 1 You can best tell them apart when ' you I hear them together. I The Edison Turn-Table brings together I the various phonographs in a scientific I comparison. ' It plays the four leading I makes, one right after the other in the I same room under exactly the same condi- I tions. You are the sole pudge. The dif- I ferences between the various instruments I are brought out so strikingly that you I can decide instantly which is the best. I Clear up this phonograph" question for 1 vourself. We want you to use our new I Edison Turn-Table Comparison as your I guide to the truth about phonographs. I Stop in whne you have ten minutes to I spare. HARRIS MUSIC CO. 159 Worth IVIain I The Tuliiinc Mat nines tiHvd In thine twin I are Uept by us In the beit possible cnmlt- , Hon Manufacturers of such machines, or their representation re lnv.tcd to Inspvr, iliem, to ruRUlato them or to substltut'- ether tn.iehlnes of the sninn inak. of their ' own selection, or equal cr gre.itet value, lit anytime dltrlliK liiiKlnesshotiis I - COMPARISON - LEGAL NOTICES i jConsult The County CIciV Or The Kospectivf Sign ers For Further hifonna- I tion. i Probate And Guardianship i Notice noi'ick to cnicnnoiss , In the Matter of the KsUUe nt Jane M Dakor, Deceased Creditors will precont elnltns with vouchers to the undersigned nt hU residence In Mention City, Cache iCuunty, Utah, on or liefoio the 17lli day of January, A I) 1920 Dnte of first publication Not cm Ver 1 r. i I a A M II A K Kit. Kxecutor of Uist Will and Teslatueat ol Said Deceased. C W DUNN, I i Attorney tor Kxecntor. ' A(lT-lJ.l ' i NOTICE iMillvillc Water Works Com-' j pany, Principal Placa of Business, Millvillc, i Cache Coun- i (y, Utah Thoro uio delinquent upon tho fol- Iodine described stock on account of Ian assessment levied on tho 2nd day lot October, 1919, tho eovoial am lounts set opposlto tho names of the m tj?5? $f WMM& iiIdiih ntoi Klioldets ns follovn' H K.i No No. Aim Jos S Jessop . 87 1 $20 00 H .In in en !. Olson 11 I 20 0 H S. A Whitney 1 20.00 H nphi-ntm J estop &2 1 20.00 M II OlM'cU'ttH ST. 1 1.0 i m k 1 -i 'JO 1 20 00 H ente H lluvoy i'J 1 20 00 M Ami n iircordante with Ian 'in) mi eiil"i of thu Hoard of Director H iwh'h un the 2nd da of October, H rrj, no iimn) Hliiues of each p.irLtl. H of such stoult iih may be iiice.in,ir will bo sold nt publlu auction lit tf- Dl otllce oi place of residence of the uv eSKBB doihlKiHd serelaiy ut Mlllvllle, Cacln KS County, Utnh, on the 20th day u" , Effiw December, 1010, .U tho hour of U Ksffir HesHineuts thurfon, together Uth ll- WHS tost of niheitlKlni; nml expensos of Ka(l i R I D.ittyJ this 2nf day of lit ember, IEEb 11119 ' rnfflnl I j W. IJ SCOTT. ' WSC Secrotary of Mlllvlllr Wmn Wuter Woiks Co., Mill-' sKk rllle, Utah. Advll-2 oBm. I R9 - - - a -- i Mr-lvtt Haidy Chlnece Ponies. aBSl The Chlnee imrsa ts really a pony Swm Koiiicwlmt after thu tyiic of tho v-rs 5ESH cm broncho. It comes froni Monpilln 2Sg , nml Is knewn ns the Moncollnu p my fSffi It Is nn exeeeiliimly hardy nn'tnnt BHj 1 thrives on faod on whltli a ye8ten. nolmal would itan-o. Is iiblo to car--. 5j heavy loads long Ui.tunwa, and Is vn t 988 useful In many wuys. As a racing atv Imal It U characterized by speed hu) i etmiiliin. Chliiu exports between I.dOV lW end 2,000 of tliet-e ponies each year. 9 BI