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PAGE EIGHT THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 19ia M
I Society . .
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K Friday niglit of last week a most
H -enjoyable tlmu wan had at Cachu
i , Junction .when a banket supper wrm
K .Hlyon by tho Commercial club of that
K I"tC. It was held In the dining xoom
i if tlio O. 8. h. Itallroad nnd was
B .'jiitGuly attended. Dancing was tho
R .-Bivcclal ronturo of the evening, and
U tlio- nffalr wiw a great success social-
H1 jy.asrell aa. financially. This Is tho
K tlr&t of a Borlcs of cnterlalnmonts
WM't which will bo given by this organl-
Rtitlon to nituo mnnoy for a now am-
H iMenient hall. ,
j '!
1 Oil Thursday December i, Miss
Miirtlit'anil Miss McClclIan wont to
Preston whero they were delightful
ly entertained by Mm. Itlchmond.
Tho evening of thofTarrlval Miss Mc
Clollan rendered a piano recital, Mrs.
Richmond having Invited In for tho
concert tho ladles of tho Ooldon
Hour p'nb, their doughtors and tho
school teachers of Preston.
Tho holiday social rotison was giv
en a splendid start last evening when
Mr. and Mrs, L. D. Nalsbltt entortaln
.cd at thn Dluoblrd hall with a mask
ed balL It wns In tho naluro or it
'moonlight Chrlstmat mrulrnl Tlii
i decorations wero In tho holiday col-
i om of rod and gro?n and a giant
INot At Last But I
Today And Every Day
Fop the past 35 years we have specialized on selling I
groceries for less money. Compare these prices
with the so-called Cash and Carry System.
WE HAVE PLENTY OF SUGAR
CANNED MILK.
H I 8 Large Cans for 1 $1.00 g
H g 4 Large Cans for 50c
Hj J 2 Large Cans For .25 g
M, Only 8 Cans to a Customer i
If ' I BROOMS 1
1 $1.00 Values, Our Price . C5c I
1 FLOUR I
I 48 Pounds Fancy Flour , jLL $2,60 I
1 I 48 Pounds Whole Wheat Flour 1 $2.75 I
H I 48 Pounds High Patent Flour $2.85 g
V I CRISCO j
H Small Cans 65'a 1
H I Medium Cans ... ....$1.25 I
B Large Size Cans -. '. $2.50 B
H I 40c Sunripe Oats per package 35c
K 40c Carnation Oats per package .35
H 20 Rolls Toilet Paper for 551.00
1 fl Large Pork and Beans, 20c size, 2 for 25c.
$1.00 Brooms, Special, 2 for $1.25
I $1.00 Bottle Lemon or Vanilla Extract for ... 75c
MM I 50c Bottle Lemon or Vanilla Extract for 35c
I I LAUNDRY SOAP
H 1 A. B. Soap, Box A00 Bars , $7.50
fl A. B. Soap, 10 Bars .75
I Crystal White Soap, box 100 bars 7.50
H - 1 Crystal White Soap, 10 bars ! 75
I Bob White oSap, box 100 bars 7.50
M I Bob White Soap, 10 bars 75
fl Kirks Flake Soap, 100 bars G.25
H ' Kirks Flake Soap, 10 bars .65
SCANNED GOODS
1 lb. Asparagus (Bear Brand) per can . 12lM
8 Cans Asparagus (Bear Brand) for L- $1.00
2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes for 25
8 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes for L 1.00
1 lb. Can Pork and Beans 10
10 Cans Pork and Beans v :. 1.00
H v jI 2 Large Cans Pork and Beans 25
H 8 Large Cans Pork and Beans ...'. 1.00
H J Refugee String Beans, 2 for 25
H . M 8 Cans Refugee String Beans 1.00
H ' It Is tho first time in our history wo have been given tho dlntlnc-
H h tlon pt bolng discoverers of Old Stock. Cur Stock of Old Master
M L Coffee la FrcsTi Block bought fro mt ho Jobbers In a Regular way.
B U Wo havo not sent our Land Lady or any Coffco Agent to buy tho
B I said Stock from any oTTfcr ItetallFlrm, as others havo dono. Ouess
H 1 Who? - ry.Ti j
I ) OLD MASTER COFFEE
1 Jb. Old Master Coffee $ .50
- 2 lbs. Old Master Coffee t 1.00
3 3 lbs. Old Master Coffee 1.50
. 5 lbs. Old Master Coffee ...... 2.50
j ,
It November Ciearane Sale
Br . ! Is Now on "at the 1
I- I jHL Go HaylbaSl Merc. Co0
Chrlstman tree beautifully decorated I
wa8 n feature of tho evening. Tho ft
guests unmasked at 11 o'clock when N
refreshments wore served. Abou 3
8evcnty-fl,vo couples wero In attend-
anco.
Mr. and Mrs. Itox Kimball wero de
lightfully surprised at their homo
last Monday evening when a number
of their Immediate frlonds walked
In unannounced bringing with thom
a delicious lunch and everything nec
essary for an ovenlng of royal, enter
tainment. Those In attendance woro
Mr. and Mrs. Moso Hccso, Mr and I
Mrs. Hoy Kimball, Mr and Mrs.
Chas Richards, Mr nnd Mrs. A. P. ;
Jenkins. Mr. and Mru. Orson I'ltkln, '
Mr. nad Mrs. W. D. McClclIan, Mr. i
Al Chambers, Miss Alice Mathenon i
and MIbh Gonevcvo Nolnon, v
.i, .-. .. ...
A bridge lenchcon was given by
Mrs. H. Taft BenRon and Mrs. Col- I
llus Cannon at the residence of Mrs. 1
DcnRon Saturday afternoon of last I
week. Tho decorations wero carried J
out in a color schemo of purplo and I
yellow. Four tables of bridge wero !
enjoyed, each tablo being centered I
with a crystal basket of violets and a
button chrysanthemums. A prlxe was I
given the high lady, the recipient 9
bolng Mrs. Jonklns. Tho" nffalr was I
given to honor Mrs. Moylo Oroy .of I
Washlntgon, D. C, who Is the houso I
guest oP Mrs. Cannon. i
Tho A. C. Women's club met Mon- j
day with Mrs. Itoy Hullcn. Tho pro
gram was given by Mrs. D. C.
Dudgo and consisted of "Tho Story 1
of Our National Songs nnd Ballads."
Tho Misses Hopo McMurkry, Mario j
: Darbor and Mrs. Langton were opo-
I clal guests. At tho conclusion of tho j
iftornoon's program tea was served, j
Tho Clio Clrclo mot Thursday of
this week at tho Cozy club room at
the Shamhart Christiansen storoi
with Miss Mary Sorcnson as hostess.
j Mrs. 'J. S. Powell gavo'n rovlow or.
r tho book "Tho Tlays of tho Natural ,
and Unnatural," by Drlcsor. " i
I
1 Last Saturday tho Colbjgcf tl&m t
I tho B. Y. C. wero entertained nt an
J old fashioned social by Mr. ami Mrs.
1 C. N. Jensen, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N.
Sorcnson and Miss Laura Peters.
Popping corn, candy pulling, games,
,: music and dancing were the features
of tho evening.
I'
a t1
i Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Peterson and L
J Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McDonald loft I
i last Monday for Daytona, Florida, B
h 9
whero they will spond tho remainder 1 9
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S of tho winter, tho guests of XIr. Mc- &
DonaldifIarents. I
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I)r. nnd Mrs. P. M. Poulson of this F
i
' city havo been enjoying a fortnight's k
- visit from their son, Dr. N.'P. Poul-
sen and Tamlly. Tho young doctor t
I
left last Tuesday for Manilla, Phll-
lpplno Islands.
Friday evening of last week Miss
N'elllo Cordon was tho guest of hon- l
r nt a party given by Miss Mabel. 1
Parry. Tho tlmo was spent In mu- j
', sic, games and dancing. j
$
Thursday ovcnlng Miss Francis
Sorcnson cntortatnod at a shower for
Miss Ireno Sorcnson. Twenty-flvo
guests wero In attendance.
Miss Martin, Miss Moore and Miss j
: Currlo went to Salt"Lako tho first
of this week to attend tho Inter
. Church World Movement conforonco.
j 9 j
; Tho Chllomathlan and Plrcon socio-j
, tlso will glvo a Christmas program;
'. ind party Saturday, December 13, In
' tho Now Jersey Academy building.
Mr.. and Mrs. Orvlllo Adams cntor
'alned at a fan'lly dlri"r last Sim
i day at their roeldcnco. Covers woro
i laid for olghtr
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" Tho New Jersey Academy closes
;. for Christmas vacation December 19
I oponlng again on January 5.
f & &
5 Mrs. C. P. Cnrdon and family loft
Wedncedny for Sou thorn California
5" ' 'Pond tho winter months.
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