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I AN ORDINANCE.
H An ordinance amcndimf Sod ion Jl of rinpier .'II of Llie Ho vised Ordinances i H of Logan city, I'tnli. passed (K'luiwi ' IMW, iclatlng to water rates i H lie It otd.ilned by the M.i)or and City Council of Local) tit), ftali: BH Tlml Section i. Chapter .11 of the Revised Ordinance of l.ogan City, I'tnli. BH passed October il. Ihim, lie and the same Is hereby amended to read as follows: H Tlio annual water lates for a supply of walcr from the waterworks, to be BK paid semi-annually In advince, ar; hereby llxed und established us follows: BHj llnkir. one tap and b.lsln "7i'o BB H.ich additional tap '!-'' BB? II ii iwi Simp not exceeding two chairs HfiO BBJ ' l-:,i h additional chair -.C H Hath tu'H -public, In liotcK, hoaidlng houses, barbershops, hospll- H ills, puollc buildings and blocks, lodging or rooming houses I l Ihsllubeach K-IH) D Additional tubs, each? ""! Hj llccr pumps lu 00 H lllacksmlth shop, for each forge '. r,KI 1 H Uookblndlng or printing oillcc, one tap with basin o on to in (0 B llrcwcry meter M Ilrlck for building -tor each 1,000 brick , ' OS BB Jlutchcr shop, one tap with basin " f , Bff Kadi adillllonal lap ' ( Cindy factoij-one lap with b.isln 10 00 to llioo Kach additional tap f,00 Uonfectloneiv and lee eieain saloon one tap with hash). 1000 to 1.1 no j mm Kach additional tap 1 00 BE Cicnmcry meter H Condensed milk factory meter! BV Carriage shop one lap uiih basin , 7 iln I Kach additional lap... :i 1 Bj Club room-llrst lap o oo -4 Kach addition tap....: :i.C0 K Concrete work, pet cubic yard O.ili Mi Drug store--for llrst tap l-.fO Kach additional lap WO M! Kite hjdianti , each lo.CO j Fountains meter J j Drinking fountains, each fi.oo to 1,1.00 Bj Greenhouses, 1,000 square feet or less J-.00 BV r,iccnhouses over 1,000 square lect and under 00 lill'O Hi1 Ivich additional loo square feet over 2,000 square feel '" 0.40 BM' Hall public, social or dancing llrst tap 7 TO H' Kach additional tap .VJ5 H Hose connection for sprinkling sidewalks, per foot frontage n.ci Bl Hose connection for sprinkling gardens, lawns or yard, no.le or Jet K' not over one-fourth Inch per square yard o.02 BM IIosu connections for washing private vehicles, each u mi ) Hold, lodging or boarding house for llrst tap ,100 Bjl For each additional tap with basin oon BJ Kach room not having water attachments o.:ui BJ House or private residence occupied by one family tlrst tap .110 BJi Koi each additional lap 1 no BE Hath tub, private residence, each l.,o Water closets, private residence, each 2.00 BB ltcsldcnce occupied by more thin one famil- for each extra family 1.00 BE Hydrant for private residence li.eo BB Laundry meter ft': Laboratory 1.1 Omo 2.1.00 j Liquor store or saloon, !lrt tap 1.1 on BJjj Kach additional tap ,1.00 BJI Lively, sale or feed stable meter 1 Oillcc buildings, banks, express, lailroad, attorneys, physicians, Bjj mining companies, or other unices with water attachments, H eachtap 1.00 BJ! Kach additional tap 2.00 H Photograph gallery, li st tap hl.OO H Kach additional tap fiOO BJ Plastering per squaio jard cent H Kallw ay tanks melor BJ Hestaurant or lunch stand, Hist tap 10.(0 Kach additional cap 1 :i CO BJ Schools, public or pi Ivate 10 00 H Kach additional tap '1.00 Soda fountain '. lo.no to 20.00 BJ Soda water, maun fact uio and bolt lln works meter BJ Steam boilers, for each horse power 1.00 BJ No license ror steam bollei s less t lian .' HUH) BJ; Steam healing, public buildings : 10.00 to 1.1 00 H Steam heating ror stoies, ullKVs and other buildings 7..K) to 10 iki H Steam heating for pi ivate residences 2.00 to :!.00 BJ Stone work, per perch 2cenis BJ Store or shop, llrst tap 7.fO BJ Kach additional tap ;-," , Stono saw mill MM to fio.t'O BJ) Stock yards or corral (private), each animal n.co BJ The.Uei or opera house, llrst tap fi.OO H Each additional tap o.ro m Urinals public, in hotels, saloons, boaiding liouses, public build- B .. Iuks, stoics, barber shops, school houses, oillcc buildings, hos- BJ pltal.s, lodging houses, or other buildings, each il.OO m Water closets public, In hoiels, saloons,' boarding liouses, public B bulldiiiK.s, stores, lui ber shops, school houses, ollicc buildings, BB hospitals, lodging houses or oilier buildings, each ooo BB Where water Is mcasuied In mcters:- BB Not to exceed .10,000 gallons per month, per 1,000 gallons. 0 IS BB oo.ooo to 7.1,000 gallons pur month, per 1,000 gallons 0.10 BB 75,000 to IfiO.ooo gallons per month, per 1.000 gallons 0 1,1 BB 150.000 to.'UH).O(K) gallons pet inoulli, per l.ooo gallons Oil BJi ;iOO,oiio to .lOO.iioo gallons per month, per l.ouo gallons . il.lll BJ! r00.0('0 io 1,000,0(10 gallons per month, per l.ono gallons 0.8 BB Over t. 000 ooo gallons pel nionth, per 1,000 gallons or, BB Minimum meter rales pel month 0 75 BB I-'or a supply of water for an purpose not especially designated a reason- BJ able prici' shall be llxed by Logan City. Bl The nuuual water rates designated hi ihe foregoing schedule shall be pay- H ablossml annually, on the second day of January and the tlrst day of July of BM odcIi jeai. and other rales designated therein shall bo payable at such times BB a shall bn tiled by the city council. BB Logan fit j reserves the light to set ant' maintain In any building except J' residences and cliaige for water at meter measurement Instead of scheduled BJ rites, and cousumcis shall hae the right to have meters and pay for the wa- BB tor by meter measurement. Motets will bn of such make and sl.e as may bo BB aupiovod b) llm Water Works Committee of said city, and said meters must BB be fuinlslied and maintained in good order by the consumer BB All bottling works, soda water inanufactoiios, creameries, condensed BB nillk f.icioiy. steam laundries. Iherv stable.s, lallway tanks, fountains aid BB other establishments using large quantities of water from the city water BB works shall place water meters In their respective places of business and pay BB for water by measurement. BB Meter rates shall be paid monthly. BB This ordinance shall take cllcct upon Its passage and approval. BB Passed by the city council this (ith day of February, 1IM7. BB J. W. CltAWl'OUl), 1'res. I'm tern of the City Council. BB Attest: Kstella Kgbert, City Itecorder. BB Approved this lltli day of February, IIK)7. BB, K. W. HOHINSON, Mayor or Logan City. H Statu of Utah, County or (.'ache. SS. Hi 1, Kstella Kgbert, City Itecorder of Logan City, Utah, do hereby certify BB that the above Is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled "An BBj Ordinance amending Section 2 of Chapter III of tlio Itovlscd Ordinances of Bjj .Logan City, Utah, passed October 5 180S, relating to water rates." BJi In witness thcrof I have hereby set my band and atllxed the corporate K' teal of Logan City this I lth day of February, 1007. , KSTKLLA. KOHKKT, Olty lleoordcr. Ii BJ Bl - BBBBJgA.. ' ' x- '- LEFT EVIL LEGACY MISFORTUNE DANS TREE PLANT ED DY DAD MAN. Superstitious Mexicans Believe Im plicitly In Story of Misspent Life and Its Punishment Tragic Deaths Have Deen Many. Tlio tmi of Tula nml the tree of Sad NlKht are known throughout th world but thi'ie In a tree In Mexico which has arrpilrcd a local tvputatlon homo wind Hlinily. Kl Arlml Mnldlto la Bald to have been pliintiMl by n gentlenian who had th! mliifortunb Io ho Hwnllowml up by Mother Karth on account of IiIh ciIhioh. Ho was known thraiiRhont tho country an unhomhro inuj malo. lie never went lo mans, never confessed Ida kIiim, nor did he have the ImaKo of n KHlnt In hlii holme, wear n io.iry ni mind his neck or inako the altsn of tlio ciosm a a lcBpoctiihlu man should. llo never Kavo a beggnr even a reiita vlto, and whuu ho met a padreclto on tin Hired he did not dclmi to leniovo IiIh hat. Now It was rumored, nays Modem Mexico, thnt IIiIk Kentleiiiiiu was 10- Hponslhlp for ninny niurdefs and utro- i c'Ioiih rrlniPH of ever i!c3crliticui, hut he was never routined in Jail liccausu it wiih known that he hud a compact with tho devil, o that whenoor liu Invoked IiIh Majesty ho was rendered lnvlxlhli! to the human eye, or at least ko small that ho could eaally escape. lie was (dimmed li all, anil ho had neither frlemls nor relatives. Hut a peculiar IIiIiik about this man was that ho loved tho tiees, the birds nml all the anlmnl.s. lie planted a itri'iit nian tiees and red a Hock of birds cvnrj mornlUK. It was many jelirs iico that tho event of his departure took place, but Is still remembered by tho undent In habitants of tliij ut-lKhlmrhooil. Kvery body on the llaclondlta ranch had at tended the millions services of tho iniirnlnK, and they were retnriiltis homo when a torrlllc nolso was heard. They rushed to the street when- It came from, and there they saw how tho enrth had opened up under the feet of that hoinbro inuy malo. lie was fuvelo oil by thick Haines and Hinoko nml imlckly disappeared be neath the Mirfncu of the earth. This was consldereil a Jugt piiiils: nient In view of tho situation, and every one was exeeedluly pleased. Whllo the faithful had been attiuidiiiK tho sorvlces of the church the cursed ono had nothhiK olso to do but place a liurnlui; clKuruttu between the lips of un linaee on a big crucinx, carried by nn altar on the street. It whs then that tho convenient cavltv opened up and ho was engulfed by tho earth. That very day all tho trees which he had planted, ocopt Kl Avhnl Mat dlto, dried up mid died and so did tho birds which ho had fed from ills own hand. An attempt was made to cut down tho tree that did not dry up, but tlio foolish man who made tho attempt dropped dead on stopping un dor tho shadow oi tho foliage. As.no ono had the temerity to approach and remove It the man's body had to bo left thnro to bo eaton by the crows. Since that day tunny have met a traxlc death under tho tree. A pedes train who wont under It for shade on a summer day was hltten bj n snake nml died In tow hours Three men on different occasloni, soukIiI shelter from rain under Its branches and were struck by lUbtnliiK. A woman haiiKliiK some clothes to dry from tho truuk of the tre was at tacked by a coat that emue from no body knows whero and whr never soon BKiiln. Three years mko a little boy, rldtim a burro, led his nnlnml to tho tree. Ho was thrown off and kicked to death. Tho last victim of this fatal tree was a man by tho name of Melqulades Arovalo. who ran under It for shel ter durluR a rainstorm a year ago, nml, like his predecessors, ho whs struck by lightning. Tho antipathy that the peons have for this treo Is such that they refuse lo work In tho fields for hulf a mile around It. Somo tlmo iiko I'rosporo darcla, proprietor of tho ranch whero Kl Arbol Mnldlto prows, lesolved to have It blown up with d)numlto, but no doubt ho has boon uiiablo to And n ban brave euouith to vouturo near a troo which nhows such sniitonis of a haunted life. Chess as a Mind Drill, When tho Romans placed over the door of tho temple of Junus "Kx Orlento Lux ot Ludum Scacchorum" (out of tho Kast c.une llj;ht and tho ijaino of diem) they hikiKu of the two Kroatoat hohests that tho storied Kast had ever made to tho young and iik Krcsslvo West tho IlKht of rellKlon I and tho Kieatest mental uc movement I of man since he came through Eden's I frownliiK' portals. In the middle ages when (ho monks and abbots watched from afar the bru tal soldlory of ChrUtendom swooping down like u pehtllcnco on tho sunuy plains of tho South they chanted "A turoro Normnnoruin libera nus, O Do minie" (from tho fury of the North men deliver us, O God) and teturiiud to chess all thnt was loft a noble soul In a vain aud turbulent world. Chess Is tho finest mental drllhnas tor tho world has over known. As a mind trnlner It ranks above Greek and dlatestlcs. Uut above nil Is tho science of bat tle. It Is war without bloodshed, It Is btrlfo on equal terms, which all the race loves and to which from tho cra dle to tho grave all mortality la subject. Shoes Made In Quick Time. "Theso two-and-a-half shoes," said the salesman, "were made In 2S mln-1 utes. All our shoes uro turned out In I Hint time. "You ought to sec our plant. There me 11C men there. KvcrythliiR Is ma-, chlnory no handwork for us. "From the time the leather Is laid , on the cutthiK board it takes two tnln-1 utes to cut it out, eight minutes to stitch It and two minutes to put In tho lasts. In eight minutes moru the soles I are sewed on. In six minutes the edge seating and fatewell touches ai-e com pleted, and In two minutes the laces are Inserted and the shoes packed. Total, 28 minutes. "Think of that " said the salesman. "And yet I know" people who still pay $12 and $15 a pair tor their shoes be cause, being handmade, fioy last a little longer and look a little better." Poem Dorn of Imagination. As to the poem, "How They Drought the News From (llient to Alx," Hrown lug said that theio wns r.ot tho slight est historical foundation for It It wns written whllo ho was making a Mediterranean voyatte, aud the long ing to escape fiom ttlilpt" aid and take a gallop on horseback irupltcd him with the Idea. The distance from Client to Alx Is too gieat to he mnilo In the tlni" described hi any horse but nn Iron one. Pleasant and most Efftcihc. T. J. Chambers, Kd. Vindicator. Llbeity, Texas, writes lice. 1M, 11)02 "With pleasure and unsolicited b you, 1 near testimony lo the curative power of Ballard's Ilorehoiind Syiup 1 have used It In my family and can ch&nfully atllrm it Is the most effec tive and best lemcdy for coughs and colds I have ever used." Sold by Uller nros. Drug. Co. The Divine Collapsed. A cert u In eminent pieachor In a lit tle New Knglnutl town was asked by one of his Hock who was mole noted for his wit than his religious tenden cies. It ho had lie.! id the latest defini tion of Intemperance and Ktomlty. lie replied that he had not, and re ceded tho following detlnltlou: "That Intemperance was a wile of the devil, and eternity was a devil of a while!" Tlio divine collapsed. BSWilliE llftD A. TOOTH ACU&.3 B 22 rvwpr. poort Vviumrr si:oui BL jvflip of fmNteiaKfmm Bf Vlli'5 ACHErCSuOfl JWftS ovrM Why Go Without Teeth When you can have them as soon as tour teeth are extiactcd V Artificial Trclh. from $5 toS5 a. set Oold Crowns, 22k . .Horn $U to $5 Foicclain frowns ..from 9U to S3 ill idge Woik, per tooth . . . .SUup Oold Fillings SI up I'orcelaln Fillings SI up Sllverand Amalgum Fillings. 75c up Cement Fillings SOc Teeth extiactcd without pain No sore mouths References glen. All work guaranteed J. A. McCausland Dentist. I ml. l'hone 282a. Hell l'hone '.'CHy Office over ltlter's Drug Store. Mnffn Leading Hotel . MLLU of Ogdcn City Is a model or convenience The hotel oillcc, 70 x .'10 feet, Is the most spacious and comfortable In tho West. Two elevators, no climbing stairs, Uc-furulshed throughout, Rooms lirge, light and clean. Steam heated. inPATIOM Three Mocks east of Union LUI rtllUN. i),.,,,,, city Hall Park op posite on thowcki; (irand Opera IIoumi ailjotnlnxun tliewinllii Utahnn Park The atre across the street nnrlli. Tim electric Nlreet rallwuys from all parts oC the city ci'iilrr at lth doors EUROPEAN PLAN. SB. S!S and upwards, rxcellent Cafe In counee lion. Tlio 1,'i'st'ialuo for the money In the Mate of Utah, Why notcorac to the Hotel rcplcto with overy comfort when It costs no more money? Reed Hotel Co., Props. r iiP0GRAl Rf GRANDE WgBW Scenic Line of the World. A Panorama of Natural Beauty All the Way, I Canyon of the Grande, Eagle River Canyon I W Wagon Wheel Gap, Glenwood Springs, I Canyo" of the Gunnison, Garden of the Gods I Maniton Springs, The Royal Gorge. I THROUGH Pullman and Tourist Sleepers To Denver, St. Louis and Chicago. For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket aUent, specifying the Itlo ftrandr ...route, or address 1. C. BENTON, G P A D, Salt Lake City I Slart the Year Right j By getting the habit of buying Cut Flowers at the Flower Store. Make your home J a brighter and prettier each Sunday or on spe- eial occasions by indulging in a few bios- J souis. 'Phone aud we'll deliver the order. J The Flower Store I X 45 Sooth Main Both Phones a k MOVING. j SPflNDE Furniture (Bo. now moving to j the U. O. Store. l Five Car loads of Furniture now j on the way. Wait till we open. ?iOW 8S THE TIME TO TAKEl OROMO-LAY I WBW CONTAINS NO QUININE V I K It Breaks up Colds Quickly It Stops Headaches InstantlyIt leaves I H no Bad Aftcr-EfTccts like Quinine Preparations Because E THERE BS NO QUININE IN IT 1 In the Orange Colored Box- 25 cents - at all Drug Stores, or by Mall. H I DROMO CHEMICAL CO., CHICAGO. 98 Sold aud Guaranteed by Riter Bros. Drug Co. Ghiea&o Meat Market. I f ft - WPRE ,N A P0S,T,0N I I 5 f'f JlfWBi v t0 0lIer J0U ll,c t)cst t,,c markct I -( A'L 1 1 a,r"ls ,n t,ie wnyo' meats. And vA jf r - our pr,ces' vou k"wi fo always viOS----'TJLxrf t,le ,owcst" v' bandle only A MhioiSiS prime stock. Quality and quari- S W j-! LjJSw ?1 iCX llti K,iarilnteei1' t'lno roasting X l IT SCV if V?V. Pieces of beef. Klrst class mut- S ' iivmwr v t0"' vtal" pork nncl f0"ltry e X'Wxi mrns etiuallv low. Can't do better J i &hAT S. P. SOntNSQrV, Proprietor i)cooaooeestiieooea(eei(oioooesie(o Subscribe for The Republican now.