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. Dtfn't Paint Often
: $
T You won't need to If you use "QUEEN X
W BEE MIXED PAINT." It is doubtful If
41 there Is another brand upon the market that 41
equals it In durability. We sell this partlcu-
3k lar kind because we want to glveoUr patrons m
I the greatest value for their money. Itlstin- T
X surpassed In every quality that constitutes a 2
W high grade paint. Real cheapness In paint
lies not in the price alone. 4fr
Ritcr Bros. Drag Co
City and County
Suits one-half off at Ncwbold's.
Commissioner Anderson and
pjfNielscn, of Hyrum, wero In
..i Thursday.
Big Sale, 10 days, on clothing, at
Ncwbold's. t
Messrs. Nielsen & Borkman, with
their wives, will spend the Fourth In
Salt Lake city.
For sale Old city brewery and
grounds. Inquire Cache Knitting
Works. t
John Chrlstlanson Is now expert
manipulator of bargains at Die F. W.
Thatcher is abllshment.
Wanted For cash, eighteen tens
tirst crop lucern. Chicago Meat
Market. ' (I
Wellsvllle and the O. S. L.ball team
from Salt Lake will cross bats at
Wellsvllle at 3 p.m.today.
For Rent Cottage t block north
court house; three rooms, Pantry,
closet, cellar and summer kitcken.
Smith's Lumber Co.
Next Friday night the Woodmen of
the World will Install oillcers. They
arc very desirous of having a full at
tendance of members.
Teams wanted at Smith Brothers
Lumber company to haul lumbor from
the Alex Hill mill in Blacksmith Fork
canyon. t
Jos. E. Wilson, J. J. Powell, II. A.
Podarsen, Mrs. James Quaylo and
mtgVm. Budge were southbound
passengers yesterday morning.
For Sale Studebaken rubber tired
runabout as good as new. A bargain.
Inquire Rki-uhmoan ofilce.
Some of our artisans are at work In
Brlgham. among them William M.
Hansen, who is doing some artistic
work in paper-hanging and painting.
Fon Salk A well improved farm
of 320 acres, at Lewlston, well stocked
with horses and cattle. Inquire at
this office for particulars. t
Soren Hansen, of Hyrum, started
for Europe yesterday morning. While
absent ho expects to visit the various
noted cities In Europe, and will bo
gone about three months.
$ W Remember
h'G. Hayball's
i Mammoth
Clearing Sale
Continues for
This Week with
Bigger Bargains
than Ever. I
! I I
For Sale Horse and buggy. 00
East 2nd South.
It is noted that Dr. George Thomas
of the A.C. ofU is to deliver the
big speech at the Franklin celebra
tion today.
Wanted A good blacksmith. Ap
ply hero and wo'll refer vou.
Horace Greely Ncbckcrwlll electrify
the Fielding patriots today, he having
been engaged as the orator at the big
We sell tho Earth and Loan money
on It. II. A. Pederscn & Co.
The party of A. C. of U. trustees
detailed to leave on a tour of the ex
perimental farms of the Stato have
postponed their trip until July 20.
For Sale. Merry-go-round. Apply
Charles Anderson, Richmond. t
Wm. Q. Anderson and wife left for
the Rexburg country Saturday on a
fifteen days visit. During Mr. Ander
son's vacation, Edwin Peako Is haul
ing the mail.
Men and teams wanted to log at
Smith's saw mill, Logan canyon. J
Mrs. Joseph Thatcher and about
the "cutest" little cherub that never
had a name at live months, came up
from Salt Lake city Saturday evening
to make a visit with friends and rela
tives. This is no josh John Bench Is
painting his store on South Main.
Chasv Winton, who ran a tailor
Ing business for himself the past
two years, Is now employed by the
Morrcll Clothing Co., their business
being such that it was found more
profitable to employ a tailor, con
tinuously than to pay for Individual
alterations required In sultr.
Fon Rent. One cottage half block
south of B. Y. College. Inquire of
Smith Bros. Lumber Co.
Miss Ella Prlday, oldest operator at
the Bell Telephone ,Co. In this city,
left lor American Fork yesterday, to
spend her vacation, lasting about
three weeks. While at tho southern
city she will be the guest of her
brother, Thomas Prlday. She was ac
companied by her sister, Miss Ida, who
Is also enjoying a much needed rest.
The Logan Furniture company has
Just received a consignment of ad
justable lawn chairs, tho equal of
which has never before been .unload
ed In Logan. They are unexcelled for
comfort and case. Examine them, t
C. J. Ccderqulst, tho guest of Prof,
and Mrs. Bexell the past ten days left
yesterday for his home at Boone,
Iowa. Mr. Cedcrqulst Is a republican
candidate for election to the county
attorneyship in Ills home county and
makes a rush back to look after his
political fences.
Dr, J,. A. Denike, of Salt Lake city,
came up Saturday evening to spend a
day or more with friends made In this
city during a year's stay with Dr.
Emels, the dentist. Dr. Denike has
been In Salt Lake cltv since leaving
here, has oftlces thero and Is getting
along In a splendid way.
Tho quarterly conference of tho
Hyrum Stake of Zlon will convene at
Hyrum Saturday and Sunday Juno 30
and July 1st. Meetings at 10 a. ra.
and 2 p. m. Wm. C. Parkinson, A.
M. Israelsen.and Wm. n. Maughan,
Stake Presidency.
A year or more ago, tho boarding
house on First West, that owned by
Mrs. Green. wa3 In anything but a
presentable condition, the lawn being
conspicuous for its absence, and the
general appearanco of tho place being
far from acceptable. Today tho pre
mises are trim and attractive, a good
lawn Ms In evidence, and while tho
wholo property could never bo pre
tentious, it shows now to very splendid
I advantago as compared with a few
months ago. This has been accom-
j pushed by a little energy and care, and
thero Is not a run-down property In
this city that can not bo Improved in
tho same way. Mrs. Green Is entitled
' toconslderablo.credlt.
Hon. David Eccles came to town
Sunday night.
Mrs. Cella Woolf has been visiting
In Franklin the past week.
President William Budge came from
Paris to Logan Monday morning.
Paul Cardon and wife, of Bcuson.
were In Logan Saturday visiting th6lr
sons and daughters.
Mrs. Alma Hansen, of Teton Basin,
camo to Hyrum Monday to spend the
Fourth with her parents.
W. B. Parkinson, M. I)., Surgeon
and physician. Diseases of-tho eye,
ear, nose and throat. Glasses scien
tifically fitted. X
P. O. Hansen, the stone cutter of
this city, has a force of men at work
on the new bank at Preston, the
front of which Is to be cut stone.
The head gate on Eighth orth In
tho Logan and Richmond canal was
washed out on Thursday. Tho water
was necessarily shut oil for ono day!
Joseph seamons returned to Hyde
Park from Soda Springs Monday morn
ing. He has sheared upwards of ",
600 sheep this season, with hand
Cyrus Napper, who has been confin
ed to his homo for thrco months
with an attack of Inflammatory rheu
matism, is again out attending to
The Cache Valley Latter-day
Saints Hospital, 335 and W. 1st North
St. Treats all kinds of diseases. A
tine X-Ray and electrical apparatus
for the treatment of cancerous
growths and chronic ulcers.
Mrs. Chloe Dalncs, who has been
under medical treatment at Blackfoot
for several months, is entirely re
covered and Is now at homo with her
family at Franklin attending to her
household duties.
II. C. Stone, the O. S. L. agent at
Richmond, is having a month's vaca
tion. The time will be spent In Mon
tana, his wife accompanying him.
Mr. F. T. Gross will be In charge un
til Mr. Stone returns.
It Is leported that Orval Adams,
captain of tho 1st North street ball
team, is drilling his team to play no
thing but straight college ball in the
game today. What's the difference?
Go and see for yourself.
William Reading rctuincd from the
mission Held Sunday night. Ho
started on his mission about three
months ago, going to the northern
states, but severe attacks of rheuma
tism brought an honorable release,
hence his return.
Last Monday Martin Gam, of Sugar
City, shipped a car of tho best work
teams that ever left Cache county.
The prices paid were in keeping with
their quality, ranging from $325 to
$050 per span. Tho animals were
bought in Hyde Park, Logan and
Provldenccand were secured for ranch
Mr. Carl Garff has just Installed a
ten horse power motor and with a
complement of seventeen wood work
ing machines is making a great
quantity of mission furniture. Mr.
Garff has found that many in the city
and county appreciate the elegant
simplicity and durability of the mis
sion furniture and Is building up
quite a business
Soren Peterson, of Rexburg, a form
mer resident of tho Logan Fourth
ward, has been In Logan shaking
hands with his many friends. Mr.
Peterson has sold out his grocery
business in Rexburg and departed last
Monday to fulfill a mission to Great
Britain. This will bo his third mis
sion and his many friends here wish
him success and a safe return from his
missionary field.
Prof. Dryden comes to tho A. C. of
U. next fall, suggested as a probability
In our last Issue. 'Prof. Dryden went
east two years ago largely on account
of his daughter's health, and engaged
In commercial work with the Cyphers
Incubator Co.Thls work ho likes much
less than experimental work, and he
leaves a $2,400 position to accept $2,000
at the A. C. Prof. Drydcn's coming Is
hailed with no little satisfaction.
Tho Preston people not only had a
novel way but also a profitable ono In
selecting their Goddess of Liberty for
tho Fourth. Votes wero sold for one
cent each. Up to Saturday evening a
lady named Miss Larsen was in the
lead.5 Just before closing, $50 was
paid for G000 votes for Miss Hale,
which mado her tho successful con
testant. Over $100 was received from
this contest.
The funeral of Mrs. Ida Sapplngton
was held in tho Logan Seventh ward
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, tho
house being filled witli friends of the
deceased. Tho speakers weic John
T. Calne, I. C. Thorcstfn, G. W. Llnd
qulst. Bishop C. J. Larsen. August
Hansen, with his gleo club, rendered a
beautiful selection. Tho floral tri
butes wero profuse. The bereaved
husband, whllo a comparative strang
er, was made to fcol that ho had
many sympathizers In hlshourof trial.
Tho exercises throughout 'were Im
pressive and tho speakers were given
marked attentlon'bv.thetmfilence.
Soren Hansen, "of Tlyrum, was In
Logan on Monday.
Monday morning Edward Hansen,
went to Mention on, a surveying trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Lofgreen camo up
from Ogden on Monday night's train
to visit with relatives and friends for
a few weeks.
Mr. Shulthcss, of the Salt Lake City
Bcobachter, Is soliciting business and
subscriptions among the German
population of Logan and Providence.
Strayed or Stolen A bay marc 7
years old branded j t on tho thigh.
Notify G DCasto at Mrs. Peterson
on Preston Avo. and claim reward.
Joseph and Hyrum Thorpe, plaster
ers, have formed a partnership and arc
now prepared to do plastering, second
to none In the county. They chal
lenge the world to mortal combat
along plastering lines.
Tho tegular monthly meeting of the
High Priests Quorum of tho Cache
Stake, will bo held at 10 a, m. Sunday,
July 8, In the stakn tabernacle, Lo
gan. A full attendance of all the
members Is desired. A cordial Invita
tion Is also given to presidents of the
Seventy and Elders quorums. Ed.
W. Smith, President.
I guarantee to repair any sewing
machine that I agree to repair, or no
charge; futhermore 1 agrco to pay ex
penso of sending machine to factory.
Glvo mo a trial. E. N. Stone, Bell
phono 124x; Inpependent 201a. 1i
A Pugmlre child, aged five or six
years, was dragged by a frightened
cow Thursday evening but only bruis
ed slightly. The llttlu girl had the
ropo attached to tho cow also attached
to her limb In somo way, when a dog
started tho cow and there was a mad
race down the street. It is a miracle
that the child was not badly Injured.
Last Monday Hyrum Hayball was
tendered a surprise at Lewlston by
the o Ulcers and'employes of the Hay
ball Mercantile Co., who presented
him with a gold enne with his name
inscribed upon it The presentation
was made in a neat little speech by
Maurice Swlnvard, manager of the
company, who Is a warm friend of Mr,
Tho regular monthly oillcers meet
ing of the V. L. M. I. A. or Cache will
convene In the east basement room of
tho Tabernacle Saturday morning
July 7th, 11)0(1 at 10 o'clock. Special
points pertaining to the latc.Iunccon
rerenco will be given and a goud meet
lngantlclpatcd The presidency much
desire; to have a full attendance of
oillcers and members. Mary L Hen
drickson, Martha' W. Carlisle, Maggie
The Sidney Stevens Implement Co.
Is now agent for the old reliable Hodge
headers and have just received a car
load of tho latest Improved. The com
pany still retains the famous Piano
Jones and already have many orders
booked for both Hodge and Jones
Roy Eccles came to Logan Monday
morning to meet his father. Mr.
Eccles, who keeps In touch with tho
pulsations nf the Cache county farm
ers, says that a most excellent feeling
is prevailing just at present, resulting
from the present prospects for a
splendid beet crop. It Is estimated
that over 90,000 tons of beets will be
raised In Cache Valley this year. No
pests havo yet appeared, but tho
sprinklers are on hand to be put Into
tho fields should the bugs or tiles
make their appearance. Mr. Eccles
sajs that thero are 7,400 acres planted
Into beets. The grounds around the
Lewlston Sugar factory have been
layed off in town lots and eight line
cottages aro now being erected.
Henry Parkinson, Hit husband of
two wives, father of seventeen chil
dren, fourteen living, eight boys and
six girls, all married but three, was
over from Wellsvllle Saturday. Mr.
Parkinson swears that Roosevelt Is
about tho greatest man that never
had tho honor of shaking hands with
him, and In his estimation non.
Joseph Howell falls In as a close
second. Whllo in tho city, Mr. Park
inson met his friend, Mr. Samuel
Whitney, with the result that the
denizens or this end or the county
came near sending' in a call for tho
lire department.
The Rexburg Current Journal says
or the reception tendered Mr. and
Mrs. George Flamm there recently, It
being remembered that Mrs. Flamm
was orglnally Miss Edwards of this
city. "Between 100 and 200 guests
participated In tho grand wedding re
ception held last Thursday evening at
tho Commercial Club rooms for Mr,
and Mrs. George W. Flamm. Many
Hue and userul presents were received
by tho young couplo onithls auspici
ous occasion. The suppe A was vnag
nlllcent and served In tho finest style.
Tho display or rrults was most excep
tional. During tho banquet tho
guests wero entertained by tho Rex
burg orchestra with delightful over
tures. After tho tables wero cleared
away the company Joined In the wed
dlng'dance unt'.l tho wee hours."
- a .
Joseph Ncwbold Sr. leaves for a
European mission next Sunday.
The lire department was called out
Thursday afternoon to quench a tire
In a barn or hay stack Just north of
tho A. C.
Next Sunday evening the First ward
will commence holding their out door
services on the tabernacle square; ser
vices begin at six p. m.
Attorney A. 0. Horn, of Ogden, has
been In Logan the past three dajs re
presenting Joseph Peterson In the
caso of Peterson vs. Budge. The case
Is now pending in the District Court.
Bishop Dunn, of College, who has
been confined at his home for llvo
moots as a result of a diseased bone of
tho leg, was In Logan yesterday.' The
Bishop Is slowly recovering from tho
long siege.
A horse belonging to Geo. Haslam,
of Wellsvllle, ran away on tho Logan
streets Thursday, but ndamago was
done, Mr. Haslam hanging to the lines
like a Trojan and Dually stopping the
animal after a mad dash.
Messrs Gllgrew and McGreedy,
capitalists of Rockford, Illinois, have
becnlnCacho Valley tho past week
viewing the country, especially that
part covered by tho West Cache canal.
Tho gentlemen aro favorably Impres
sed with the surrounding country.
William Thomas Jr., of Paradise,
who had his toes amputated some
time ago as a result of having them
frozen in tho mountains, underwent
another oporatlon csterday, skin be
ing taken from Ills limb and grafted
onto the end of the feet. Tho un
fortunate man Is progressing favor
ably. The employes at Joseph Ncwbold's
clothing store on Nortli Main have
been doing somo line decorating In
their windows during tho past three
days. The portraits of Washington
and Roosevelt arc In the windows,
surrounded by the national colors
artistically displayed. The display Is
worthy of a special visit to see It.
They aro in keeping with tho spirit of
the national holiday and exhibit good
taste by those who put torlh the
A very unique window display I?
that of tho Johnson Jewelry Co. Here J
Is to be found a baseball diamond,
peanut representations of the Center
and First Nortli street ball teams
arraypd In all their baseball gorge
ousness, a grandstand filled with
"watches," nnd officials of the game.
Tho Idea Is to present a complete rep
resentation of the game at the H. Y.
0. campus today, and 'he effort Is In
deed a striking success. Tho men are
made of three peanuts properly put
together with thread and painted red
and white, and bluo and white, tho
colors or tho respective streets. By
the use or thread the men are made to
stand at their different positions on
the diamond, and from the general
attitude of all concerned It seems that
there Is Intense excitement. On a
score-board near, the record shows a
tally or 0 to 0, In favor of both streets.
One or the officials Is easily recognized
as Mr. Fred Marshall, the racial re
semblance and aggressive, energetic
action manifest making this particular
representation perfect In Its concep
tion. Tho window lias created many
good laughs.
Dlet of Spanish Soldier.
Tho Spanish soldier, with only two
meals a day. hveyts in oxcrllnt condi
tion on a diet consisting of dry lilick
bread, a llttlu oil, onmo garlic, nml his
Tufjboat Men Over-suiplcloui of Extra H
Good Dinner. JJJJ
"I went to tho high, school with, the IH
lato Charles T, Yerkm," mild n I'Mla- 4H
(ti'lphlnn, ''and afterward I saw n good , JH
ileal of him whllo he wniHn the Imnl'.-' JJJJ
Ing business here. JJJJ
"What 1 liked about Mr. Ycrkcs H
was his disposition. Ho never com- H
plained or growled. He hated to hear
growl!) or complaints. On this head H
there In u story nhont him that fow pJJJ
aid I'hllndelphlnim still remember. 4JJJ
"A UiRl'ont, cuptnln nt n bnumict ono JJJJ
night said Hint ttighoat men were the JJJJ
champion routers nf thu woild. Ho iJJJ
Fald they growled especially about JJJJ
their food, that even nt a banquet iJJJ
they would find homothlng to,toni- pJJJ
plain IJJJ
"Mr Yerkes doubted this. Ho dc- H
el fired It couldn't bo true. Tncro wan JJJJ
an argument, with tho upshot that JJJJ
the next week ha took a run on tho iJJJ
tiiR and provided for tho crew a mimp- 4JJJ
twins surprise dinner. JJJJ
"It was n mast turkey dinner nml H
when It wax set beforu tho men Mr. H
Yerl.es and the captain were hidden H
in a plaro where they could seo nnd H
lienr nil thnt went on H
"The niei; looked very suspiciously H
at the fine roust rcpust. Then one H
Mieared a big bird on a fork and hold- H
lug It up said: "'On slow on this, H
boj'B. If It wuzn't chenper'n salt pork H
It wouldn t 'a' eomc our way." H
Imperfect Catting Caijies Death. H
Tho collapse of tho roof of tho M
Charing Cross rnllway Btatlon, Lon- M
don, was caused by n "pocket" formed
In the easting of ono of tho Iron tlo M
rods. Tho weight of a Btaglng on M
which carpenters wero working broko M
It. There wis no way of detecting tho M
fault. 0Mi"-tH wild nt the Inquest. M
Hand Painted China 'Mm
in Its varied and artistic colors, M
designs and decorations, makes ;
wedding gifts which are highly jH
prized and always appropriate. The 'M
special monogram work in gold will
be particularly pleasing to the bride. M
We have afull display M
of this beautiful t.t work and we !
shall be glad to have you come in
and see it. Beautiful - '
booklets for distribution CGtoX
Cardon Jewelry Co. H
Logan, - - Utah. 'H
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J VfJfV WILL SOT get tied up in the field it you have a J H
I Piano-Jones or Hodge Header;
A Piano Binder, Mower, Reaper I
I or Rake. i H
H We keep Large Stocks of Repairs. Just the piece H H
n you want always on hand. rj H
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