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H Wo have tlm Only H Cold Tire Setter In l.onn and It will H ' Set yonr tire while you wait BJ And wo guarantee tliat the tires set BJ on this machine will stay tight lonK'cr BH than they will set the old way. BBI Remember, we do all kinds of repair BJ work and wc nssuic on our charges BJ arc reasonable. BJ Ily experience we have found the Sweet Rubber Tire the best and BJ iffH Emit IE. Nielsen H i.ooan. in aii I LOGAN JUNK SHOP Bfl Brink' all scrap Iron, metal, bottles, Bfl rags and lubbers, hides and bees wax, HBflJ for which wc will pay the highest HBflJ cash price. Ind phono n.17 Hell phono BflJ H 146 South Main St. m Albert A. Law M Attorney-at-law. HBflJ Room U Court house. Logan, Utah H Logan Lumber Yard. HHflj E. L. Johnson, Proprietor. HHfl All kinds of building material on HHfl hand. Shop work done on short notice. HHfl All kinds of planing done, HHj 157 West 6th South, Hell 'Phono 1447. I . E. J. MERRILL M Osteopath. HHfl Headquarters at Ulchmond, Utah. H Chicago Mest Market HHb j Is the place to go for all M kinds of Family Meats. H Highest ea-ih price paid I BHa for all kinds of hides. I IS REOPENED. H Farmer Feed Stable at Oarll's Mill ' HBl South Main Street, teams feed at HBl reasonable price, also good horses Hi bought and sold here. I N. A. Williamson, Mgr.j H LINDE & JOHNSON I HHV Ujholstcrlug, Stalr-bulldlnq. i BBT All Kiniis or woodwork tep.iirlng BBr done on short nutico South of Cache j BBT Valley Implement house, east sldo of HBr Main street. K Familiar with His Habits. HBT First Disconsolate Widow Are yot HBT going to I lie medium's to-night to sco HH If you can get a ino..s:iio from your BBT husband? HB " Soconil DlBf.vi-iliio Widow No, HH It isn't any me t iniuht. Saturday HB night was iil-.viv ! iu!it ho went HH Off tO fOplld Mh Hfl I The Only Doutie-Truck Railway between 1 'l I (he Missouri Rler anil Chicago. R I Overland I j Limited m I The Most Luxurious Trafn lathe World I HI. Pj Compartment and drawing-room B HJ a sleeping cars, observation cars, din- w HI j log cars, buffet-smoking and library y B8 Ucars wlm 3rbfr. bath and nook- H Hi m lovers Library; entire train electric HI' ll lighted, through to Chicago without rj j i M change. Direct connection for gj I St. Paul and Minneapolis I B H Tickets, reserviticns ani full In- D H M formation ran bo obtained from Fl K v 9 C A. Walker General Agent, U H I Chicago & North-Western fly. I HJ H r 206 bouth Main Street, 1 J Mnvvm. Salt Lake City, Utah. I JhSbW LEGAL NOTICES PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE, Contult County Clerk or the Meipectlve Slcn en for I urther Information. la the District Court, Probate Olvltlon In and for Cache County, State of Utah. NOTICE TO GIlKIIIIOItS. IMalo ot Amos C. Hall, deceased. Creditors will present claim with vouch er to tliu underHlirniMl at hin n.alilrnra at Paradise, county of Cache, and Statu ot titan un or Iteforu Uio22ml tlay of Decemlier, I !."!. Wh.u It am.. Administrator of the estate of AmosG. Hall, ilerenivd, NOTICi: TO OURDITOIto. I'-statu of Charles Johnson, Deceased, Creditor will present claim with voucheis to uii'lpriilKtied anireetivllle. Cachu county. Htato of Utah, on nr lieforu the. Illh day o( Doceoihur A. I). Iimd. i:nVAiil) I'ktkiioon, Administrator Subeker. Mart and Nulicker. Attorneys for Administrator. Date of II rM publication Antrim II, In tho Justice's court. In and for the City ot Loiran. county of Cacliui Malo of Utah. Iloforo II. A. IVdersen. JuMlce of tho Peace, llaer Iltot Mercantile Co. a corporation, l'lalntlir, vs. K. 0, Nelson and II. T. Kubota, co-partners, dolint business under the llrui name of Nelson A. Co, defendants SUMMONS. The State of Utah to the dcfendantsi You are hereby summoned to atlcar b fore the alnvu entitled court within ten days after the s rvlco of this summons upon you, If served within tlmcountv In which this ac tion Is drought, othvrwlse.wlthln twenty days after this soivlo and defend the tilwvn en titled action hroiik'ht airaliut you to recover the stun of ill)5. together with Interest at tho legal rati! from Oct. I. Ilia, alleged to hao lieendiinnn an account stated, And In caso ot your failure to do so, judgment will lie rendered against you according to the de mand of the complaint. II. A. Pkiieiisen. Justice J. C. Walters, attorney. In the Justice's court In and for Logan city county of Cache, state of Utah. Ilefoie II. A. I'edersen.Justlce of tho peace, II. 0. VanMeter. plaintiff. is.Jamei Illvll hllss, defendant, SUMMONS. Tho State of Utah to the defendant: You am hereby summoned to appear In the alwwi entitled court within ten days after thu sen Ice of this summons upon you, If served within thu county In which this action Is brought, otherwise, within twenty days af ter this sorrier, anil defend tho alsive entitl ed action brought against you to recover the sum of 4.1.40 and all cost of sult.alleged too due uiKjn certain services upon an assigned account. And In case of your failure to do so, Judgment will he rendered against you ac cording to the demand of tho complaint. II. A, I'edkiixe.n, Justice of the l'cace. II. 0. VanMeter. attorney for plaintiff. Notice. . Notice to property owners In Wat,cr main Extension District No 10 Loan City, Utah. You will please take notice that the assessment list and plat of said pav ing district have been completed and the Hoard of Equalization and Ilovlew will hold their sessions in the olliue of the city recotder of LoKan city, Utah, between the hours of thiee and four p m. beKiunlnir on Monday, August 'J.1, 11)00, and continuing until Krldaj, AtiKUstlH, lUIMI. Inclusive. Said set slons will be held for the purpose of hearing and adjusting grievances of abutting property owners in said dis trict. llOAltD ok j:o.uam.ation'. Notice to property owners In Water main Extension District No. 1!) Lo gan City, Utah. You will please take notice that tho assessment list and plat of said pav ing district have been completed and the Hoard of Ktiuali.atlon and Re view will hold their sessions In tho of lice of tho city recorder of Logan city, Utah, between the hours of thri'ti and four p. in. beginning on Monday Angust 27th 11)00, and con tinuing until Friday Aug. 31, l!K)(l In clusive. Said sessions will be held for I the purposo of hearlngand adjusting grievances of abutting pioperty own eis In said district. HOAUI) OK EQUALIZATION. Notice of Levy of Assessment. Namo of corporation, Itcnson Irrlga ' tlmi Company; location of principal place of business, llenson, Utah. Notice Is hereby given that at a 'meeting of tho directors held on the '2nd day of August, 100(1, an assess 1 muiit of $1 per share was levied on tho capital stock of the corporation, pay able October 1, 1000, to S. II Uoundy, secretary and treasurer. Any stock on which this assessment 1 icmaltis unpaid on said day villi be de linquent and advertised for sale at ' public auction, and unless payment Is , made before will bo sold on November 1 1, 1000, to pay tho delinquent assess ment, together with the cost of adver tising and expense of sale S. II. Hound v. Secrotary and Treasurer. I First publication Aug. AS, 1000, last September 20. 1000. i Notice to Stockholders. Tho kinnunl meeting of tho 'Stock holders of tho Lewlston State Hank, a corporation, will bs held at Its bank ing looms In the city of Lewlston. county of Cache and State of Utah, at ouo o'clock p m. on tho 6th day of September, 1000, for tho purposo of electing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly' como- boforo the meeting. Geo. A. 1'i:ucial, Cashier, , , Notice to Water Users. State Engineers Olllce, Salt LaKc City, Utah, July 28, 1000. Notice is hereby given that Eugene Schaub, whose postpitlce address is Logan, Utah, has made application In accordance with the requirements of Chapter 108, Session Laws of Utah, 1005, to appropriate two (2) cubic feet per second of water from Logan Ulvcr, branch of Hear Hlver, Cache county, Utah Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north "4 degrees CI minutes 10 seconds east fllf.7 feet distant from the southwest corner of the northwest quarter of the south-, west tiuarter of Section 4, Township 11 north, Range 1 east, Salt Lake base and meridian, from where It will be convejed for a distance of 1077 feet and there used from April 1st to Nov ember 16th. Inclusive, of each year, to irrigate about cloven acres of land embraced in Section 4, Township 11 north, Hangc 1 cast, Salt Lake base and meridian. This application Is designated In the State Engineer's olllce as No. 700. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit In -duplicate and filed In this olllce within thirty (30) days after the com plctlon of the publication of this notice. CALfall TANNKIt, Stato Engineer. Date of Urst publication August 16th, date of completion of publica tion September 14tlf. Notice for Contractors. Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals for the erection of a green house, and certain Improvements on the cattle barns at the Agricultural College, and also tho erection of a farm residence at the Central Utah Experiment Station at Lehl, will be received by secretary of said college at Logan, Utah, as follows: Greenhouse -until 12 o'clock noon, September 4th., residence and barns until 12 o'clock noon, September 11. Plans and specifications may be seen as follows: Greenhouse, on and after Aug. 25., resldence'and barns, on and after Aug. 31, at the Secretary's olllco of the college, and at the olllco of Monson & Schaub, architects, Logan, Utah. Certified checks In the amount of 10 per cent of proposed contract prlco must accompany all bids. The right to reject any and all pro posals Is hereby reserved. Hy order of the Hoard of Trustees of the Agricultural College. .1. A. Ukxull. Secretary. Dated Logan City, Aug. AS, 10D0 Llttlo Tim Sullivan's resource fulness 08 u politician Is ac knowledged by his fellow mem bers of the New York uoanl of aldcr--nen. When a lad on festive occa sions Llttlo Tim know what o'clock 11 wns. He and Col. Mlko I'adden, secre tary of stato In 'the Sullivan cabinet, were at an East wide ball with two of th- rosy cheeked lassies, of that neighborhood of peachy yonnp, women, Llttlo Tim niul Col. Mlko had be tween them exactly one dollar; no moio, no Uss. Supper tinio came. Be foro tnhliiB the glrU Into the supper loom Little Tim and Col. Mike se cretly scanned the bill of fnro and found that oyster stows at 25 cents each would Just fit their pile. Lit tle Tim blandly and Innocently lm piCFseil thlB conclusion upon the young KlrlK. Anything Llttlo Tim tald was ac epted as tho top notch o' hospitality. Tho four stews wete beforo the llttlo party. Ouo of the girls liked catsup. While administering a dose of the condiment tho stopper shot into tho rtcw mid with it spurted half tho bct tlc'a contents. "There, l'o spoiled my btcw," piped the hcnutrotiB tins. "I'll have to havo aim her." Llttlo Tim, alert to the size of the Joint wad of a dollar, reached for the girl's ruined stew, plumped it before C-' v!':p, rrahbed Col. Mike's un-t.-f ' ci i,"''ornetl stew, and, plac ing it 1 r - o ;lrl, soothingly said: "No. tir-- i-; Col. M',-o never eats an oyster tcw without dosing It with catsup. Ho likes "em that way don't you. Mike?" Mike EaM ho did. WOMAN AS "DOG MISTRESS" One of the Queerest of All Professions Now Being Adoptod by the Si::. All vocations are so crowded nowa days that many quick-witted young women are making or trying to make now professions, and are In many in stances adopting methods of earning a living wlileh mo3t people would nt once term strange. One of the most curious is that of tho dog mistress. A young woman well educate! hut without means, nnd very fond of ani mals, saw an opening for her ener gies which sho at oncii belied. She noticed that n groat many well-to-do peoplo had dogs, "mainly pets, and that these nnlmals wcro often Intrusted to nn unsympathetic footman to ho taken for a dally stroll. Tho poor dogs were not very happy, for they were usually kept on tho lead nnd they wcro In fear of tho man. That was tho rule; some dogs were treated quite differ ently anil bad a royal time, but It wa3 easy to sec, In those Instances, that the men were lovers of animals. Tho girl In question determined to call on various women and offer to take the animals for dally exerctco. PLEASANT PLACE OF ABODE Writer Speaks Highly of St. Michaels, Ono of the Islands of the Auorcs.'W "The ploasantcst place in the world to live Is in the Island of St Miclinels, in the Azores," says George II. Plck erell in the Washington Post. For more than eight yenrs Mr. Plckerell has been stationed onJho Island as United States consul. "Tho Island Is 40 miles Ionr ten miles wide and has 100,000 Inhab itants," ho went on. "It has a salubri ous semi-tropical climate and the only disturbances of nature are hailstorms. It Is n beautiful land, nnd over It arc spread little villas, thatched with vines and moss, where the doors need not be locked, because of tho peacefulness of the population, nnd where tho win dows may always remntn open to let In air, which nover becomes too cold. "Six days' sail from Now York, wo havo all tho metropolitan papers nnd keep in closo touch with tho world's doings. Twico n year n Portuguese opora troupe and now and then a cir cus comes to the island. At other times we havo bands In the public squares. "Fruits, vegetables and flsh aro eaten mainly and tho co3t of living as low. Ono can llvo plainly but very comfort ably with wife and child for $75 a month, as servants can bo hired for $2.50 n month. There are many, beau tiful women there, and tho young man mnkes lovo to them in tho street In Spanish fashion. Ho stands in tho street nnd talks to her as sho leans from the window above. When tho en ragement is made thoy meet, but after that they are never again so near until thoy nro married." TOO FULL OF. ENTHUSIASM. Lawyer's Pica for the Disinterested ness of His Client Had Some Drawbacks. A dlplomqt was reminiscing the other day, and spoko unreservedly of his early days as a lawyer, amusing his listeners with some anecdote, mostly at hU expense. "After my shingle had been hanging over my door for threo days," he said, "my first client sent for me. Ho was n man who confessed to me that ho had snatched a purso from a woman's hand. Ho wanted mo to take tho case up for him, and ho was to be tried tho next day. I wont over the technical ities of tho cafce at once, nnd, full of enthusiasm, I was ready to move the Judge with an eloquent address. "The next day my brief wns pre pared. After stating my sldo of tho cabe, and believing I had made a hit with tho court, I wanted to close by saying something bright. And 1 did. '" 'Your honor.' I exclaimed, 'this case shows extenuating circumstances. You must make allowances for the disin terestedness of tho nccused, because tho purso wao empty!"' Carries Burden in Names. Hector Klluor Arthur Herbott Worthlngton Francli Monroo Is the formidable burden of names under which a young Englishman, lately ar rived in Chicago, tries to Bupport life. Not that all those name3 aro his own. To only threo of them and the sur name can ho rightly lay claim, but tho trouble Is that ho cannot tell which threo given names nre his, Twenty flvo years ago, when this much-named man appeared In tho rld, a twin brother also mado his debut. Both Infants woro promptly christened. This ceremony was barely concluded when tho bnlies' mother died nnd al most immediately afterverd one of tho infants nlso died. Unfortunately no ono could tell whether ll was Hec tor Kllnor Arthur or Herbert Worth lngton Francis who still survived, and ho Is thus compelled to go through life under tho horrible suspicion that he is in reality his brothr. To avoid any false representation ho carries around the whole assortmenrof names, satisfied thpt if ho usos -11 six ho Is bound to ute tho right ones. Does Sorrow Spoil BeautyP "If wo regard beauty from Us merely physical aspect. It can bo said with truth that sorrow improves it, for thoro is no doubt that deop griof, anxiety and caro can rob tho eye of Its brightness, and check of Its bloom, and plant deop furrows ncross tho onco smooth brow. Hut thero is a higher ''Ind of love liness than 1 ant which proceeds from perfect fen'' res and oxquislto color Ing nninclv, the beauty of bouI nnd mind which -evoals ItBolf In expres sion. This, tndcoil.' can bo ennobled, purified am' elovnted by sorrow, If tho sorrow bo bravely homo. Not So Crazy, After All. Wbllo a wedJln$ breaVfast was b Ing held In a i utaurant ot Tresncs les Rungls, France, a naval otllcer In uniform entered the room and was Invited to preside over the feast. He mado himself very iigrecnblo, sang songs nnd delivered spcei lies. He was proposing tho brldo's health when tro policemen rushed In nnd arrested him as an escaped lunitle from a neighbor ing asylum. It Is further asserted that he thereupon pollielv turnod to tho officers and said: "I think you hne mado a mistake, gentlemen. Thero," pointing to tho bridegroom, "Is the man you want." London Trib une. i He Know His Bopk. "From a grammatical vlowpolnt," Bald tho fair maid with tho lofty forehead, "which do you consldoi correct 'I hod rather so homo,' or 'I would rather go homo?' " "Nolther," promptly nnsworod tho young man who was engaged In hold ing down tho other end of tho sofa. "I'd rather slay right hero." .j- - . 1 LosAngeles Excursions J I I r ; A T T s"ccM '""' a I I lMfll.. f-p XTsTooZr I I nr route r 1 r 1 I ru i.onn num. I l.oug Limit. jfl I STOP OVERS IN SALT LAKE CITY. f 1 S Southern California, Ocean Beaches, Deep ffi 9 H 'Sea Fishing, Orange Groves, Yacht- p H ing Boating, Bathing. I The Trip of a Life Time. 1 1 3 Any O. S. L. Agent can quote rates. For Particulars, list of W ffl Itesorts, Hotels, etc., write to J. H. UURTER, District lij M Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. . K In . . I H d5HE5aSB5H5E5BJ3a5a5a5B5SaH5B5a5E5H5HSg5H5H5E5B5BSEl m Utah Mortgage Loan corporation. Tithing Office corner, login, Utah has plentv of MONEY AT ALL TIMES for FARM AND CITY LOANS .it lowesi rates. No Commis sions charged WHEN GOING EAST WHY NOT ENOY YOURSELF? You will If you travel over the Illinois Cen iraiR.d IT COSTS HO KOBE. The best of service between Omaha, Chi cago, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, as well as between Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans and all Southern and South eastern points. For full Information or literature call on or write J. A. Foley, Com. Agent, 75 W. 2nd S Salt Lake City. Ejjotjwii Sleeping Out of Doors. Outdoor sleoplnK. which la such n fad In this country, is y no moans unknown In EnBland. A writer, says: "I havo encountered a baby, born last Btimmor,, who was sot to sleep In n Cholaea pardon during tho hot weath er. When tho temporaturo dropped, tho careful parents brought tho baby Into tho houso at night. Hut tho In fant was restless; could not sloop. And nov, throughout tho winter, tho child has slept peacefully In tho gar den. It Is well wrapped up, and a tarpaulin guards it from snow or rain, nut It la a lino nnd healthy child, and n compliment to tho fresh air that London can provide at nlcht." SALT LAKE CITf I DIRECTORY I Windsor Hotel 1 Centrally located. South of Ken- II on Hotel, Main street. m European plan. Rates reason- ifl able. State trade solicited. 9 Q Hates Su cent - and up. H I THROUGH SERVICE I I ST. LOUIS 1 I AND THE ' I I EAST I I Missouri Pacific 1 I Railway 1 D THROUGH SCENIC ' I H j COLORADO I I FERTILE I H I KANSAS AND MISSOURI I I Pullman Sleeping Cars, H Observation Dining Cars Electric Lights Electric Fans Reclining Chair Curs (scats free) Up-to-date. Day Coaches. Hj For Berths. Tickets, Fouldcrs, H etc., address H H. C.TOWNSEND, Gen'l Passenger and TIckeCAgl. H' ST. LOUIS Oregon Short Line d R. 1 CACHE VALLEY TIME CARD If No. II, Dally. No, 15. )&y Mixed, MK I'ocatello 2j p. m 2:30 . in Ws Salt Lake 4:10 ' ll:i.iu IE Osden 5:20 ,,,.. 1:3" KL CacheJct. 7:00 S$flm B? Mendon 7:18 " B:0O, " Logan 7:36 " fl.3 H Smlthfleld 7:13 " 7:00 " H Ulchmond 8:01 " 7:43 H Franklin 8:23 ft 8ili H AIUIIVKH H I'rswn 8i4(, DilOa.m H raimi iiouNi). t.KAVKH. H No. 12 Dally, No. 18. Dally Mlxe H l'rcsU)D 7:10a, in...,, 8:40.iq H "ranklln 7:27 " io:00 Ulchmond 7:42 " io:40 H Bmtthtiold 7:M iSio ' B Loean 8:11 12:50r.ri) Mfndon 8:33 " juo " Caclie.Tci. 8nV) " 1135 ' H AIUIIVKS, H Oirden 10:31 " g:oo " H fait Lake 11:41 " 7,10 " M Pcioatello .... 4,4i H Tor further Information apply to H W. W. Wixidlde,Aeenv Spiders Have Clvlo ProbeniB. H Spldors aro not always solitary creatures. A scientist haa lately found In Southern India a species of spldor B that builds spongy nosts with outly- H Ing webs, each nost being occupied H by 40 to 100 spiders, with a largo ox- I coss of females; sometimes flvo or I six nosts nro clustered togethor. Tho Bplders not only llvo and wprk to- I gothor, but thoy Blmro with oj an- A other any prey that may bo captured, M and somo oven show maternal affoc- tlon uppioachlng Bolt-sacrlflco.