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I County Directory.
H i. A. Hendricks Chairman jH County Coinmisisoncrs. H J. C. Kuowlcs Commissioner. H W. II. Darley Commisisoner. H T. II. Smith Sheriff. H J. N. Larsen Clerk. B V. C. Parkinson Trcnsurer. jH Rebeccn Eames Kccoriler. H Karl C. Schaub Surveyor. H J. C. Walters Attorney. M Jos. J. Richardson Assessor. H J. L. JfcCarrey County Super- H intendent of Schools. !H W. B. Parkinson County Phy- IH sician. 9 Niels 11. Bioby Fruit Tree In- SS spectdr,. jS Chas. II. Wilson Fish and Bk Gnnie Commissioner. jH Precinct Justices of the Peace wff of Cacho County. 'Sf Avon. S Justice of Peace Geo. W B Davis. 9 Constable William C. Hub- 9 bard. S Benson. 9 (Justice of Peace L F. Roundy ;onstable J. E. Barney. J Clarkston. Sj Justice of Peace -James B. M Jardine. U . Constable Isaiah Thompson. College. Justice of Peace C. R. Jepp m sen. ! Constable Walter A. Jensen. m Covoville. 9 Justice of Peace E. S. Latsen. Constable F. R. Titcnsor. m Greenville. Justice of Peace Niels A.Mad M sen. fl Constable Willard NymaiL Hydo Park. I Justice of Peace Albert Kirby Constable F. 0. Woolf. . M ' Hyrum. J Justice of Peace James L. BJ Jensen. I Constable Eobeit B. McFar- lane. Bj Logan. . H Justice of Peace Tohmas X. Smith. BE Constable George I. Fames. . mt -i Lewiston. BB 5p(sticc of Peace Peter E. .Van B Orden, Jr. Constable .Joseph W. Leavitt. MiUville. BJ Justice of Peace Martin Olson jBJ Constable Frederick T. BJ rentes. BJ Mendon. BJ Mt. Sterling. BJ Justice of Peace David Hend- BJ Constable Daniel Lloyd. Newton. H Justice of Peace Lorczno C. BJ Larsen. H Constable Franklin T. Griffin. BJ Paradise. Justice of Peace W. J. Willis. H Conitable It. W. James. ' Kg Peterboro. II Justice of Peace Ernest Bal ls , lard. If Providence. BE Justice of Peace Lorenzo E. 1 Tibbitts. If ;tjr Constable Horace E. ITnm piiond. H Richmond. BJ Justice of Peace A. L. Harris. Constable William F. Smith. Smithflold. H Justice of Peace William Bj Douglass. BJ Constable Walter Fisher. H Trenton. BJ Justice of Peace Charles G. Wood. Constable Alvin ircCoiubs. I Wflllsville. B Justice of Peace R, Rasmus- H sen. B Constable Charles IT. Brad- I shaw. I Wheeler. B Justico of Peace James M. B Anderson. Constable 'William Bybee. B Apd Yet. "Didn't thnt patient respond to your Jgeatment?" asked the doctor's wife. B r?n "Not yet'" rel'I,ei' lhB Physltlan; B BQil I'vo sent him three bills!',' Cas- fcll'B Join mil I " IKE GOODSAILORS MEN PKOM THE MIDDLE WEST WELCOMED IN THE. NAVY. For Those Who Have n Fondness for the Sen, Service on Uncle Sam's Ships Offers Many In ducements. For the past few ears tho navy r,hCen, ,r,t;cnmln8 1Ito extensively lu the middle west. From dnt.i obtained at tho navy do part nent. it am,ear8 llat ,u sirMn "I"1. aro obtalne,1 tro ls Trnl, . ,,Ies3 nuil,bcr of recruits: nro rejected for phjslcal causes at the rial examination at tho training sta tions, ana the men bhow nn unusual degree of Intelllsenco and aptitude , fod learning their now duties. A largo number of mechanics are re milted from cities in the nilddlo west. "t the greater propottion of boys who enlist In this ratlnK are sent to a training station, whcio they aro Riven n thorough course of Instruc t on, nttltij? them for tho duties of the seanmn branch For a ouii3 man ttl 1 a fOlldllOBS for tho mri n Hnn oppoitunlty Is opu )n the iinvy lillo tho pay at the start for appren tice seaman Is small only JIG per month It must bo borno In mind that ho Is paid this rate only while' ho Is undergoing Instructions and not ac tually performing any duty aboard ship, then too his board, lodging and medical an, fiance, and original out fit of un r-rn aro furnlsdiod him gratis transportation from tho recruiting onlce to n tir.Inlng station Is paid for by tho government, and should ho leave the servico because of phjRioal disqualifications, Jio is furnished with transportation to his homo. An ample opportunity for pro motion is open to him. After master ing the details of any particular branch of tho sen Ice, such as tho seaman branch, or any of tho mechan ical branches, he Is eligible for ad vancement to petty olilcei. third class, which pajs $30 to SJ3 a month. After reaching that rating, advance ment to second class petty oincer, ilrst class petty officer and chief pet ty officer depends entirely upon his own capabilities and conduct. The pay of a chief prtty officer is ?70 per month, to which should ie added fice rations, lodging, medical care and hospital treatment, if ho be in need of It. Thero aro extra allowances tor certain dutlas, .such as b.rvlco aboard bubmnrlnes, for expertness In signal Ing, or as a gun pointer; reen!lt,t mentp, good conduct metlalB, and other things which biing the pay ot a chief petty officer with n permanent appointment to S75 or $85 per month, clear of living otpensos. Further advancement Is open to the man of ability who studies and Im proves all his opportunities to war rant rank. This position pays from $1,200 to ?l,S0O n year mid allow ances, and Is n life position, with all tho benefits of longevity pay and re tirement that commissioned officers receiv o, It Is noX Impossible to oven attain commissioned rank In tho navy It means hard ,vork and a great deal of study, but tho fact that every year since tho passago of the net authoriz ing tho commissioning of men from tho r-nVs, somo cam1 dates have passed tho examination shows that tho goal Is within tho reach of any bright, capable young man who Is willing to work for it Once ho is commissioned an ensig.i, ho Is on exactly tho samo footing ns a grad uato of tho naval ncadomy, and Is eligible to promotion to tho higher rarus, tho samo as tho other members of his class, and should easily bo able In tho ordinary course to reach tho grado of captain, if not oven that of rear admiral, before his compuleory retirement at C2 jears of age. Tho first man to tako advantago of tho provisions of this taw was Lleat. H. B. Qoulo, U. S. N. Ho was serving as gunner lu 1901, at tho time of tho paAsago of tho act, and psssd a suc cessful examination that )ear, receiv ing nn appointment as enalgn. Since then ho has been promoted to lieuten ant, Junior grade, then to lieutenant, and Is now nearly half vvny through that grado. He entered tho servlco as apprentice, third class, at $9 per month. Recognized the Speech. Senator liacon, of Georgia, was making a sp-'rh on the p'0iosed Crle ship canal a.u ono of his attentive lis teners wao tho new senator from Maryland, Mr. Whyte. It was noticed that Senator Whyte was unusually in terested, and when the Georgia sena tor had concluded tho Marylandcr went over to call upon him "Senator, whoio did you get those figures you submitted to tho scnato " asked the new ,Marj land senator "I don't know exactly whoro they enmo from, ' Sena tor Bueon replied, "but my secretary dug them up somewhere, and I am willing to vouch for them, for he Is a voiy careful and painstaking fol low." "I ran vouch for them, too," answerod Senator Whyte, "for 1 used tho sr.mo figures in a speech on tho subject when 1 was In tho senato be toro." Tho speech Senator Whyte ro ferreJ to was ono delivered In tho Ben ate In 1SS1. Not Si Shoit. "OI dear," sighed Mrs. Galley, "I've ilin pot to plan iny bathing suit, 1 wish I could get somo good sug gestions " "I'll' D've you one," promptly re marked her husband, "Suppose you build the bottom of It a little closer to sen-level this jear." APPAREL AND THE MAN. Truth That Shakespeare Knew Whtrc- of He Spoke Is Seen Every Day In Business World. Anions tho most -valuable assets tho worker in almost any Held can have aro tho razor, tlio shoe brush and tho tooth powder. Theso nre possessions wlthlu tho reach of anyone. To havo them and uso them Is a powerful help toward success. To neglect them Is ono of tho surest means of meeting failure. There Is no man, no matter bow careless ho may be ot his own per sonal appearance, Unit would not rathe- talk business to n man who is clcinly shaven, whose stioea are shlned, whoso teeth aro whito, and whoso linen is in good condition, than to a man who Is careless about his appearance, nmplovers Know that the careful salesman usuallv sells the most goods. The know. too. that Shakespeaio was right when ho mid that tho apparel doth oft proclaim tho num. They reason that unlo3 n man has respoct for himself ho does not much mind whether others havo re spect for him or nut. And u man who cannot Insphe respect In thoso with whom he docs business Is not half so valuable as the man who can. First Impicasiuus often aro tho stroiiEC3t Impressions. A well groomed in-m wins Ills way where the shabbily clad man Is refused a hear ing. Most big business concerns In sist cither ludlrectlv or by printed rulo upon attention to tho lltllo de tails that go to make up a man's gen eral appearance. I Cleanliness is not only next tn god liness, but it nlr.o Is next to success Any man who has been in buslnesj for nn length of time can lolut out fellow vvorlvcia who would ..avo suc ceeded bcttir had they paid more at tention to their appearance. Thoy don't havo to bo "dudes" to make good, but oven at that "dudes" havo mado good whore tramps have failed. If It Is necessaiy to mnko n choice, better bo a- "dudo" than a tramp Tho latter may get moro shiftless sat isfactlon out of himself, but tho for raoi gives' moro satisfaction to others, .and It Is largely tho others who mako or break n man In business. FIELD OF ISANDHLWANA. Where tho Zulus Under Cetewayo Wiped Out Biitlsh Torce Proof That Struggle Vna iicico. 'I ho Zulus of today, It seems, nto as alert mid cuunlng as their piede cessors, who, under Cetowayo, wi ought such terrible havoc Every European on tho spot Knows tho hls toty of those bloody days, and of Isandhlwana In paitlcular. If any thing could eich the necessity foi vigilant scon , that would While tho late Lore. Chelmsford was splitting up , his forces, tho enemy, 15,000 strong, Iny low to charge down upon Isandhlwana In his ubseuce Ho ro turned to tho camp to find ovcry man butchered. Tho wholo force left, over S00, had been slain, while the victors had made a haul of 102 wagons, 1,100 oxen, two sov en-pounder guns, 4)0 rounds of shot and shell, 800 riflos, 250,000 rounds of ball cartridge.!, i. 00,000 worth of commissariat sup plies, and coitaln regimental colors. The bravest wero heartsick vvhqn they wont to bury tho victims of Isandhlwana. For llvo months tho bodies lay unburlcd, thmgh gallant men volunteered again and again In tho meanttmo to undertake the work. Carrion birds had accomplished tholr foul work, and merciful nature with a green carpet of verdure had dono her best to obllterato tho awful relics ot tho tragic daj l)ut tho burial party wero a bio to discover COO bodies and Identify many. Money nnd checks, portraits and letters, Jewelry and souveillrs Ikf'ed tho hillside. Every where wero evidences of tho ferocity of tho struggle. The Zulus are said to hae lost 2,000 men; nut these had for the most part been carried oh. Hero and there, however wero found black men and white lacked In tho savage embrace In which they had died. One Zulu was found with Ills head driven by a British bayonet n foot Into tho ground; a Briton with his dead antagonist beneath him, and an assegai In his back to tell how he had died after mastering tho too In front. He Ko'-oyered His Artist. It was at an nfternoon party. Tho hostess was anxious for a sensation, and oesirlng something other than tho or 'odox ' "ight reit' r and the frsurtalent pMmlst, engaged a troupo ot pertormlr'; Deas for the entertain ment of her visitors. Tho party was a grs?t succss When it broke up a loud wall lent tho air It was tho volte of tho Impresario frantic with excitement "What Is i" Tell me, I implore oti,' said the hostess "Ach, madam, I has lost von of my llcas Vero has It gono?" "At that moment a lady wearing 'a gray gown brushod past him. "Ach, nndam, pardon," said tho managci, gre-tlv relieved, lightly pick ing somethlnr from her shoulder; "vun of my artistes." One Blessing. "'oli," sold Morner, "poor old Spowtc-r. has gono to that bourne vvhenca'no traveler returns." "Yes," replied Grouch. "Thank goodness, ho c.iii't come back and lec- turo Plout It!" ' Lovely Woman. "Some vvomou," said Uncle Eben, "not only wants delr own way. but dey wants de privilege of blamln' delr husbands fob lettln' 'em have It, If It don' turn ou: right." A L0fiAN CITY DIRECTOR? These firms Solicit your business and will treat you properly. WESLEY JACQUES Barber Shop and Bath Rooms We emplo) none but Experienced Harbors, thus ciistirlnt; the Host of Service Kvcrj tiling clean and Up-to-date We solicit jour patroiune ami will do our best to please vou HASKMENT TIIATOUEK HAJCK Dr. I M. I-oulsen DEMIST. Ilcst Sot. of Teetli. - JlOOn Flllliiu Teeth, - l.oo Cleaiiiiiif Teeth, . . . l.oo HlKliest class Crown and Ilrldtfu Work at most reasonable prices. All work guaranteed Toeth extracted without pain. Oillceover U. O. Store. L. .). Goodrich Osteopath. I'lvo jiannctlvntiricttco In Logan Of ficii corner Main and CinUr itlioii liiT, Oflln ard IlKldenco ilionii Hell 'Mr, Ind HI). Miilitr-alls from otllco only. Real Estate, Loan and In surance Co., of Logan. H. W. Kimball &. A. E. Cranney, Mjrj. forms, Ranrliii ltoMdmeo and lluilnens Locations for sail- We- noIIcIi temaoond-ciK-o Olllco In Union, over A minus I'l'tcr sen'a slioo Htore ) Palace Meat Alarket hn. Reading, Prep. I'rlino biof mutton, inirk. tal.elc.; nun sages fresh ery mornlntr. tl-.li, Kamo and poultrj In beason 83 cstCcnu-r NtreotrTSl Cache Valley Real? Estate Loan, collictlon and Insuranco airenc) . residence, lm-liit- locations, ranclns and farms for sale, notary imljlic In our otllco at Loeau, J. 2. Stewart, Manager. LESSON HE EASILY LEARNED . At Least on One Occasion George Con vinced Wlfey That Ho Could Sny "Wo." "I dined ut tho Carlton with tho Howard Oo.ilds in London,' a globo trotter said. "Afterwards wo took our colfeo on tho laised platform of tho foyer, whoro tho orchoitra plavs and whore jou get an excellent view of tho smart London world Mrs Could ontortainod us with tho stoiy of her last balloon tiip Sho had stayod up much longer nnd gono much farther thin had been Intended. "'The tiip,' sho cald, ruofully, 'was a Ilttlo too successful.' '"Oh," said I, 'can an thing bo too successful?' "'K temperanco sennon was onco too suecessful,' Mrs Goul 1 slid. "Then sho told us how a woman preached ono morning a temperanco sormon to hor husband, who was suf fering from the effects ot tho night before "Tho great trouble with ou, Goorgo, tho woman said, 'Is that you cannot say "No" Learn to say "No." George, and you will havo fewer hoad aches Can jou lot mo havo a-Ilttlo moii6y this morning' " 'No,' said George, with' apparent ease '" k BREED IN ARCTIC REGIONS v Unlimited Supply of Berries Furnishes Food for Many Millions of Birds. "Millions of birds go to tho arctic regions to breed," siys on explorer. "They get there aro finest, rarest food that Is to bo found In tho wholo world. Tho vegetation of tho tundra, orgieat arctic swamp, consists of cranberries, cloudberries and crow borries hun dreds of millions of bushels. This fruit Is not ripe till tho end of tho brief, fierce arctic summer ot Inces sant sunshine, but tho birds arrive at the summer's beginning thoy ar rive the first d'ay of tho melting of tho snows. And they would starve waiting for tho tundra's fruit to ripen, but for a miracle that per mits them to eat lant year's Instead of this car's fruit. Tor tho borries of the tundrn aro no sooner rlpo at a summer's end than tho snow covers them, ljlng fot ten months on them In an Impervious, air-tight, frozon mantle of white, and with the next summer, when the snow melts away, thero aro revealed billions on billions of perfectly frosh berries, linn and cold and sweet, stretching across tho breadth of Asia." Distinction Without Difference. Tommy Pop, what Is tho difference between a bachlor girl and an old nald' Tommy's I'op The only oiifor jnee. my son, Is whether wo nio tnlk ng about Imr behind her back or to lor face. Philadelphia Itecord. THE SWELL CON FECI ION BUY OK LOO AN. MURDOCH'S Candy Kitchen Try our Whipped Cream, l lioco lates, Hon lions. Ice t ream Ices, and Sherbets Made tin- voir 'lotuitl Our cream Is l'astutiiictl before freezing. All our candles, aro m.ulu from Cache Valley Suuar ALL HOME LAHOU USED John A. Sneddon Attorncy-at-Law. Ove-r lit National Hank. Kstatts Probated Ocm tal Law I'racilct- Jos. Wilson & Son Brass and Iron Founders. rV.VaclilnUts. machinery rcimlrliiKof all kind doiioi wo positively nianufacluro tlio best and clnaiit swlvil for bay derricks ove-r placed on tbo market William Bowen Livery and Feed Stables, l.lvory and bat'Baito lminuitly attviulid u connections madu with all trains corn trade Millcitid I'lrst West siruil, Louan. Utah Peterson & Sons. The Painters. Onld slims, window letu rlnir. card slim li ctorlal Mens, iialnte'd bulletin-, wall dis til a jh. Uemral imlnilngof all Muds In mi-to-dale manner. All work Kuarantitd Mioi South Main strict J. Z. Stewart Jr. Attorncy-at-Law. Fstatis probated, eolltcilons. Kene-ral law practln. Lovran Utah Ncbeker, Hart & Nebeker Lanjers. Suite, & and 0 cornmurelal bloek Lok'an. Utah 't'lionn TO. po box W Logan Elevator Isaac Jorgensen. Prop, Dealer In all klndsof train and seedsi car ablprnenta a specially l(l n Snd soutb phonu llix James T. Hammond Attorney and Attorney-stlaw. Itooms 315-J10 McCornlck Hlk, Salt Lake City, Utah. The Lincoln Hotel Mrs. Hanks, Propr Commercial trado nollelled Center street Loitan. V O lion 4lo Thono Mi U. O. M. & B. Co. Lumber Dealers. tSTKloorlne, cclllnir. rustic, lath, doors, sash, inouldlnEs, locks, blniccs. nails, bolts. builders hardware, and paints; Oeo Cole, Mitr I'bono V O box 202 James C. Walters ATTORNEY-AT-UW. Onion Block 75 North Main Stroet H. A Pedersen & Co. REAL ESTATE, LOANS.INSURANCE. COLLECTIONS Tried, True and Itellable. Office over first National Hank, Logan, Ut l'ostolllcu llnx M. i'bonu 163 X Correspondence tn any I.anicuatfu answered II. SECMST PROPRIETOR Cache Valley Livery Co.... Livery Feed and Transfer Stable. Bus Meets all Trains Commercial & Trado .M Solicited Stables rear of Eagle Hotel Entrance 1st North Street. Phones: olllco 11 x; Res. 00 y. LOGAN, - - UTAH. i FINE WINES AM) LIQUORU fl ALSO CIGARS. ' J. R. Edwards 1 and Company I Don't fall to Call If jou want nny- tiling in our line M OUR GOODS ARE II 10 II GRADE H . H WHERE THE FISH ARE. H G.W. Lindquist H Undertaker & Embalmer. H t'lionu Dllltu l-Tt fH rm H "" -- i. ...frw M John Bench " H Dry Goods M (Iroeirlis, arid Notions iU south main H ' Worley & Nelson ' H Contractors and Builders. M Imumi. Utah H Phono Nos 1 island IJSk ' B I'o Iwv 334; corresjiondincosollclUd H CHAS. Q. HOLMES I Painter and Paperhanger. M tlralntranildieoralor. Cablinlntrdonu M StTthMd workmaiisblp Ktiarantued. llbll H link B JOHN RUCHTI Merchant Tailor. M Ladles and (Untsclotldnif neatlyelcaned and rcparled. Good work iruaranteud M 71 W I ht North St M Palace Meat Alarket. I Rust & Reading, Props. M I'rlmo lietf. Mutton. I'ork, Veal. iclc. etc. fl fVOamuand Poultry In season. B WVVent Cemir street. HJ J. W. BARRETT I Architect. IBJ I'lans, and f-po;lllcallons furnish on H fchort notice 1. U. Ilox 445. OUIeo'JSr kl North 1 irst Tasi btki t riiono linlipt iideut 17Hu iH John Thomas H Merchant Tailor. H fCeTLeadlnir tailor of northern Utabi call at bis new .store- No, 70 west lit north H A flno line of I all and Wlnttr samples ot BUltlnirs for liibtiectlou. Locari Utah HH A. Swinyard H General Blacksmlthlng U llUKtry and earrlaxu work HJ file West Center street. HJ Odell Photo Studio l Family Groups a Specialty. H rvi'ortralts enlarged In crayon, India 'H Ink, pastel and water colors Main and HJ center streets, Ix)Kan Utah 'HB Joseph Tarbet ( The Plumber. H (HI rWOrders executed, satisfaction truaran- HJ toed on short notice 140 N Main stroet. Lo- 'H Kan, Utah JBJ Logan' Steam Laundry ;H 46 West Isl North. H rirst-ilaki ettlclunt work dono on short ll notice i family washes asiieclaltyt satlsfac- H tton tfuaranteed. l'honollli H FRED J. HOLTON, iH DISTRICT ATTORNEY. ' )H Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ofllra at H Koom 3 I'lrst National Hank llulldloy, Ilrlir- H liam City Utah. Telepbonu 31. Lock llox "P. BB ( Wilson Whiskey I that's All. jB