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Pi EU8,X. THE LOOAN REPUBL.CAU, T"Mday' Apr 8' "" I
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B !.k , ;( IFiftieth Anniversary of Fort Sumter's Fall
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B " ' April II iiiuikH the tlfllelh Hiinlveroaij of the full of Kurt Sumter. Tills whs the occasion 'u" '' "J J '
H , t ' ant mm of the civil wnr. the "tiot honnl round tbo world." It was also the Urst nnd only bloodless bottle of the
M . Zfr Bs ,ort of rations. .Major Anderson nnd his little band "died game," nnd their gallant defense of the fort -
H ' ,' . riled cliwiH en from tin- Confederates. Only when the fort whs In dames nnd tho men In danger of suffocation
m ' M ihw ,u-iuii.lor. The outcome mlKbt letter bo termed "nn honornblo evncuHtlon," since It wns General Bennro- ,
M ! g-nrd's terms, tl-c muiu ns offcrca prior to tha eommercpment of bostllltles, that wo'e ar cpttd.
H; ' TERRIBLE FALLS
H1 ' WHICH DID NOT KILL
B ' How much of n fall tho liuinuu body
H ciui vndiiru nnd still retnln life Booms
B '- likely to ho demonstrated lioforo tho
H ' i oxparliiicntiil Btngo of uvlntton Is pas-
H ' cd. The London Limoct has colloct-
H ( 4d ilntn of somo very rcinarkuldo long
B J fnlls without death.
H Wrltlnt; In 1841 of n fall from im
K immenso altltudo which did not rosult
B In doath, n Kicnch obscrvor, M. Man-
H alul, declares that ho has soarchod
H f In vain in tho nnnnls ot eclonco for
a similar case. Tho victim or pat-
j' lnt as a taplssler who had been
Hj ' engaged In putting up decorations, on
B ' the occasion of tho belated obsoqulos
H of Napoleon tho grout 'n tho lofty
K domo of the church of tho Invalids
H, , When busy moving u ladder on tho
Bt' I " 1 of a high Hcnf folding ho ovorhal-
H' miced himself, and In ohodlouco to
H ' ; somo obscure Instinct, Jumped cloar
Hi of the ladder mid tho platforni, crying
B to his fellow workmen us only n
H Krcnchinnn would, "Tlcns, mo vollcd
B parti." "With theso chcorful words
; on his lips ho fell eighty-two feet,
B' bounding in ono placo ofr tho roof of
B-, " "ltl0 (l,lmo which causod lilm to
H' describe a second parnbolalu tho air
H; nnd lauding finally foot flrnt. on tho
B' ' "lato root of a small sccrlsty. Crash-
B I ,nK through tho slates ho landod ns-
B'- ! trldo a rafter, whuro he was found
B . Hitting, surprised hut coherent, for ho
H't' Mas nblo to glva his niiino ami mldros
Hp1 when asked far thorn.
He had no recollection ot this, and
H liecnmo unconscious when put to bod
B ' shortly afterward under tho euro of
B't tl0 Krcnl 'HB'luler. Ills lnsonsiblllty
l lasted a very short tlmo liowovor,
Bi ' I I""1 1k miu, ,U1 extraordinarily rapid
Bi rienvory, having mi stained no nppur-
Kl cnt Injuries cither external or Intern-
B , Manxlnl also records his own great
H' '"Up when a child, and describes tho
H"' feeling of blindness that camo upon
Bi ' ' ' lm' (luo to tl0 ra),(llty of ,lls 'losccnt
Bl' i tt,E0 tlu3 nngiilsh of recovering his
B, breath after It. Others, howovor, do-
Bkt scrlbo their sensations during a trom-
H Kx endous fall as being far from disagree-
B'tl I "rlms Bomo "lno 'cnrs n,'' ''roles-
BH )r Holrn, tho geologist ot Zurich
j described tho "flod of thought" that
Bl traversed his mind during a typical
B? . Alplno fall, which began on nn Inclln-
H v. ' rJ I1- Ho saw boautlful sconos
LbVbB I i f ,H past 1Uo ns 10 fcl1, anJ rcflcctcd
jjB If rationally on his death or tho chancn
bVbVbVb V- ? d '(lt oacnt0- H folt no "",!n on Rtrlk-
K'' V ij)- lnK tho Ground, but ho hoard n thud,
B r which was tho impact ot his own
B i on a rock.
B f; i "vhBbW Another Alpine tailor thought about
his Insurance und his fnml'y. Of tho
losing of my breath of which people
talk, thero was no suggestion, and
only tho heavy fall on tho snow-cover-ed
ground caused mo to suddenly and
painlessly lose nil consciousness."
noth thoso Alpinists Insisted on tho
nbsonco of nnxlety from tholr mlndB
when fnltlng, whllo ono certainly de
scribes sensations similar to thoso
felt by tho drowning.
Among classic English fnlls may bo
mentioned that of n stooplo-Jask, who
In 1800 fell from tho top of tho church
ot St. Ocorgo In IloUon-lo-Moors to
tho ground, tlvo whole hlstnnco tra
versed bolngsomo ono hundred and
twonty foot. Tho man's skull struck
somo Bheot lead upon tho earth nnd
left Its impact upon It, but though this
fall was qulto unbroken ns In tho
provlouH cuses by scaffolding, rocks,
and so forth, tho tunn wns only slight
ly Injured nnd rosumed work In a
Recently a man with his. boots on
fell from tho top of n cliff nt Dover,
tho holght of which was nftorward
found to bo four hundred foot. Ho wns
picked up floating lnsonslblo In some
fivo feet of water.but his boots woro
off, which proves that he must have
retained sufficient consciousness on
reaching the water to onnble him to
drnw his boots from his feet. Hotli
those cases aro well attested.
Itching piles provoko profanity, but
profanity wont euro thou. Donn's oint
ment euros itching, blccdlg or pro
truding Jlles nfter years of suffering.
At any drug store
6,000 ACRES STATE LANDS NEAR
To bo sold at public auction nt Bur
loy, Idaho, April 2lBt. This land Is un
der tho Minidoka government piojcct
I.inul selling for twenty fivo dollars
nn aero or less will rcqulro ono tenth
payment on date ot purchase balance
m olghtocn annual Installments. Land
selling for over twenty fivo dollars per
acre will rcqulro two tonths payment on
data ot purchaso and balance in six
teen annual Installments, Reduced
rates will bo inado via tho Oregon
Short Lino, tlckots on salo trom Utah
points April 19th nnd 20th, nnd from
Idaho points April 20th and 21st. See
ngonts for rates nnd further particu
Most dlBflgurlng skin eruptions,
scrofuln, pimples, rnshoB, otc, aro
duo to impuro blood. Ilurdock Ulood
Hitters Js a clennslng blood tonic.
Makes you clear-oyod, cloar-bralncd,
Habit Is not to bo flung; out of the
window by any man, but coased down
italrs a step at a time. Cleuens.
GOT IT BOTH WAYS
She -I only married you because I
He Well, everybody pities me now.
LIKES HER FIRST
"Smith is Mrs. Wldowby's husband,
"Wonder bow he likes her first."
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Boy This Is n good placo for fish!
Angler--Vhat can you catch herol
Boy I don't know, but it must bo
a went placo for flsb, bocauso I nev
er bii: U) ot thm te'v? It - Comic
Why Men Marry.
In 60 per cent ot tho inarrlagoa the
man wouldn't marry if he had ovpry
iiBsuranco that no other man would
A Reliable Medicine Not a Narcotic I
Mrs. F. Marti, 8t. Joo, Mich., says:
"Our llttlo boy contracted a aevcro
bronchial trouble. I gavo him Foley's
Honey nnd Tar Compound and it
cured tho cough as well as tho choking
and gagging spells, and ho got well
in a short time." Co-op Drug Co.
Satisfaction of Keeping a Oo.
"I wonder way so many poop! 1
itrt on kecptaft-' dogs that ar n
soodr "Well,- replied the proprie
tor ot the Tillage hotel. 1 always keep
a few dogs because tfs a comfort to
see 'em take tkelr aaeals regular
without klckla', ere H Iber dMn't
pay any board."
PROBATE AND QUARDIAN8HIP
Consult County Clerk or tho Respec
tive Signers for further Information.
In the District Court, Probate Division
In and for Cacho County, State of
In the District Court ot tho First Ju
dicial District of tho Stato ot Utah,
In nnd for the County of Cache.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR3.
Estato ot Herschol Dullcn, doceascd.
Creditors will presont claims with
vouchers to tho undorslgned at tholr
residence in Logan City, in the coun
ty ot Cacho and State ot Utah, on or
beforo the 4th day of February, A. D.
Dato ot first publication April 3rd,
A. D., 1311.
HEUSCHEIi DULLEN, Jr.,
J C. WALTERS, Attornoy, m4
Notice Is herouy gtven that a spoc
tnl election will bo hold in Cacho
county on tho Cth day ot May, 1911,
in each election district thoroof, be
tween tho hours of 7 o'clock a. tn.
and 7 o'clock p. m. ot said day tor
tho purpose of submitting to the qual
ified voters nnd taxpayers thereof tho
question of issuing and selling ono
hundred fifty thousand dollars ,$150,
000.00, ot bonds, for tho purposo of
raising money tor tbo building ot
roads, and tho Improvement ot roads
and bridges within tho said Cache
county, said bonds to bo ot tho denom
ination ot ono thousand dollars each
with lntcrost, to run for a period ot
twenty years, tho whole or any part
thereof redcemablo after tho expira
tion ot ton years from dato of issuo.
That tho following named persons
havo been appointed as judges to
conduct tho said election, nt tho fol
lowing places, towlt:
First Municipal Ward of Logan City,
Utah, at Haws School Houso H. E.
Hatch, Stephen Hallstono, James An
derson. Second Municipal wnrd of Ixignn
City, Utah, at Second, ward meeting
house William Worloy, Jamos Lar
son, W. W. Hall.
Third Municipal Ward of t Logan
City, Utah, at .Court Houso N. W.
Kimball, Arthur Dateson, Job Rowland.
Fourth Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, nt Fourth ward -meeting
houso Hyrum Hayball, Sldnoy Sto
venB, Thomas O. Lowb.
Fifth Municipal ward of Logan City,
Utnh, at Whlttler school house John
Droborg, N. M. Hansen, James Mc
Neil. Smithfleld, at city hall Jamos Uoa
kolly, Henry McCracken, Jamos Kirk
brldo. Illchmond, at City Hall Nophl Nel
Bon, Leo Shepnrd, Frod Whittle.
Cornish, nt mooting houso M. W.
nutlor, J. W. Rollins, J. W. PItchor.
ClarkBton, nt meeting house Jamos
11. Jnrdlne, Garrett Dahle, Wm. J.
Nowton, at school houso Wm. Han
sen, Niels Jacobson, John Bonson.
Wheeler, nt school houso H. K.
Danlelsen, James V. Hodges, J. C.
Trenton, at school houso Harry
Goodwin, B. YvBenBon, Charles Wood.
LowLton, at Opera houso Martin
Pond, A. L. Hyer, Morris Swlnynrd.
Stophenson, at school house M. E.
Kent, L. W. Marlor, George Korron.
Wellsvlllo, nt old meotlng houso
Win. Maughan, Wm. Murray, Thomas
Paradise, at mooting houso Orson
Thomas, Charles Poarco, Fred Loft
houso. Mt. Sterling, at school houso Da
vld Murrny, Josoph Cooper, Thomas
Mcndon, at city hall Thomas Mulr,
John Whitney, Henry Shelton.
Avon, at school house John A. Mc
Arthur, Googo W. Davis, Goorgo Sum
mers. Collego, nt mooting houso Jamos
Nelson, U. O. Duun, Josoph H. Olsen.
MUlvlllo, nt meeting houso Martin
Olsen, Joseph Jcssop, NIols Olson,
Hyrum, at city hall A. M, Israel-
son, John Jenson, Chrietlaa Thomp
son. Providence, at vestry meeting house
I)hI Olson, A. B. Crabtroe, George
Cacho Junction, oi school houso
Wm. H. Griffin, Moses Dahle, E. R.
Petorboro, at school bouse Peter
Petersen, F. C. Took, James C. Jen
son. Potorboro, at school houso Peter
Hyde Park, at rock meeting houso
S. E. Lamb, Lorento Petersen, George
Benson at meeting house H. Bal
lard. Harry Griffiths, John Ricks.
Gcconvllle, 'at meeting bouse C, M.
Nelson, Willard Nymaa, Chris Lar
Mt, Home, ht school houso Jos. Co
rnish, Georgo Gregory, John Biggs.
Cove, at meotlng house Fred Tlten
sor, E. W. Allon, D. L. Clarke.
By order of tho board of County
Commissioners ot Cache County,
JAMES J. MEIKLEi
Attest R. W. Jamos, Clerk.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYER8.
Tho money to be raised by tho sale
of bonds as Bot forth In tho ftbqro no
tice shall bo oxpended for improve
ments In each precinct in Cache Coun
ty In tho proportion which the ses- B
sod valuation ot each precinct beavs m
to the assessed valuation of tho eaWre M
county. JAMES J. MEIKLE, B
Chairman Board County Commlsstoa- M
Attest R. W. James, Clerk.
Ono of 122 1-2 acres, joining tfc ,
town ot Woston, Idaho, on north,
two blocks from storo nnd school
Independent wntor right for 60
acres; 11 shares in Weston crook;
80 acres to crop.
Also 40 acres cholco beet land,
2 miles from R. R. botween Pres
ton and Weston..
Also a 160 aero dry farm, near
Wlndor, 15 acres under canal.
Will sell on easy terms and long
H. D. MAUGHN
South Main Street
PRESTON, - IDAHO.
The High Cost of Living is
: - reduced :
5 at h. g, hayball merc. go. 5
2 Center Street, Logan. x
- 100 lbs. sugar 85 65 8 pkgs currants $1.00 m
S 60 lbs sugar S2.90 31u3 sugar 50c 2
2 18 lbs of sugar for .. . -S1.00 91bs best rlco 50c '
w 18 lbs best rlco SI. OO 8 lbs nary boans 50c w
0 16 lbs. navy beans .. ..S1.00 7 1-2 lbs sago 50c 0
A 15 lbs sago $1.00 " 1-2 lbs tapioca 50c B
a 15 lbs tapioca S1.00 1 1-2 lbs dried applos .. 50c A
- 15 lbs sun dried apples S1.00 6 lbs cut loaf sugar .... 50c Z
12 lbs cut loaf sugar .. S1.00 c cans tomatoes 50c ?'
w 12 cans tomatoes .. .. SI .00 5 cans best, corn 50c B
W 10 cans best corn .... S1.00 5 pkgs Raisins 50c 9
0 50 lbs family flour .... OOc 100 lbs family flour. . . .S1.75
A 5 pkgs Tree Toa SI .00 2 pkgs Treo Tea .. .. 40c A
m 4 pkgs Banner Oats .-SI. 00 2 pkgs Banner Oats . ..50o a-
7 10 pks raisins S1.00 Pkg currants 50c 7
Re-Opening, Lyric . Theatre
f MONDAY, !tPRIL 10TH !
T ....The Lyric Theatre, remodeled and now one of the pretties little V
! Photoplay Theatres In the state, will re-open Monday night, featur- T
Ing for the opening, the Vltagraph'a story of Charles Dlcken's I
novel, "A TALE OF TWO CITIE8." In addition to this excellent I
picture the management has engaged for a season y
MI88"LULA THATCHER, faffy? k
Hiss Lula Thatcher J
who though yet a child, possesses a vIce unequaled In this state
for range and sweetness of tone.
The show beglris promptly at 7 p. m. COME EARLY and secure f
a good seat. , a 4
PRICE 10c. TELL EVERYBODY I
THE OLIVER NO. 15 HI TYEE GANG
Two or Three Base Of Average
Proportions and Great Strength.
It fairly bristles witlV'good points. Study these, $
1. Strong In all Its parts.
2. Moro easily operated than others ot Its class,
3. Light In draft. Lighter than nny plow of equal capacity, . '
4. Will turn squaro cornors without adjusting tho lover.
5. "Tho best and most convenient landing lovor oyer devised. Placed
in n vortical position and operated forward or backward within easy reach
from tho Beat. This Improvement has met tho highest approval, and its
caso of manipulation Is simply man olous on hlllsldo work.
SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT CO.
UTAH. AND IDAHO