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health is what is allowed to enter the mouth. The more pimple the diet, the more perfect the health. D? PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD '10 is plain, pure and wholesome, easily digested, prevents con-J stipation. ' 10 cents a package. Fer tale by all Grocers Furniture Repaired Upholstering a Specialty... Our Work is Guaranteed. Logan Second Hand Store 24 W. 1st Street North. Phones 100. N. P. Johnson, Proprietor. W-WlUlE HAD A. TooTH -ACimJS (. BY MP OF yniWLRSS IWTgTOfJ iW W-U& ACHS0OrVv'fti OlflX WTiy Go Without Teeth When you can have them sis soon as our teeth aro extracted V Artificial Teeth, from $5 to $15 a set Gold Crowns, 22k... .from 94 to $5 Porcelain Crowns from 94 to 95 Rrldge Work, per tooth 94up Gold FillhiKS 9 up Porcelain Fillings 9 up Sliver and Amalgum Fillings.'. 75c up Cement Fillings 50c Teeth extracted without pain. No sore mouths. References given. All work guaranteed. J. A. McCausIand Dentist. Ind. Phone 282a. fJell Phone s!El)y Oflice over niter's Drug Store. Easter Appetizers ;' anil dcllcaclet aro w)t hard to find If you locate tli1 utoro. I'rovUIonr. ' I Hour. ctrss, .sauces, canned meats and I fruits do liero abound, But aru you awaro of our rlelit vrlolncr Wo tlduU I , I not, clsu wu'dliavo had yournaruoun 9 our list regular customer, 1 J Cache Valley Merc. Co, JOHN S :ITH'S BUSY DAY. Cvtalnly Accomplishes Much In the Twenty-Four Houn. "Tho porson In this town that arrases my profnmidost roapect." said tho gray-hcaded New York man, "la John Smith. 1 admlro him becauso ho accomplishes so much. No other man that 1 know of performs ono half the stunts that aro credited to Smith. A study of yestorday's news rerorts roveals how prodigious are his labors. According to tho papors ho began tho da"y say about threo a. m. by shooting a burglar. At bIx o'clock ho scalded himself with a pot of hot coffeo, and at ten o'clock bo fell Into n coat holo In Tenth ave nue, lint not oven theso disturb ances Impaired Smith's vigor, for after repairing damages ho found tlmo to flguro. as n principal In two wed dings and ono divorce. Also ho ap pealed In a pollco court on a cliargo of arson, was a witness at two trials, attempted to cut his throat with a razor, drovo a runaway team hltchod to a pickle wagon, and as a wind-up to hla activities was run In on a chargo of disorderly conduct. All of which, It strikes me, constltuies a pretty strenuous day oven for a Smith." FUNNY ERROR OF PRINTER. He Was Not Expecting Latin In News paper Copy. William F. Waller of 3117 Harrison street, now a real cstato man, but formerly a printer, nowspapor man and publisher, was talking recently of airi'slng typographical errors. "From 1SS1 to 1SSI, when Hobo Field was managing editor of tho old Kansas City Times, 1 was foroman of tho composing room," ho said. "Ono night Field wroto an editorial para graph poking fun at tho Latin a morn ing contemporary had printed. Field wound up his effort with a quotation from ono of Cicero's orations. Tho words were 'O temporal O mores!' meaning 'O tho- times, O tlio man ners.' Tho paragraph went up late, and tho proof-reader didn't even got a long distance look at It. Tho paragraph was In tho paper the next morning, but tho quotation read: 'O tompest, O Moses!'" Kansas City Star. Listen and remember the next time you suf fer from pain caused by damp weath erwhen your head nearly bursts with neuralgia try Ballard's Snow Liniment. It will cure you. A prom inent business man of Hempstead, Texas, writes: "I have; used jour liniment. Previous to using It I was a great sufferer from Rheumatism and Neuralgia. I am pleased to say that now I am free from these complaints I am sure I owo thlsto your liniment. Sold by Rlter Uros. Drug Co. Don't Know Right From Left. "Tho thing that surprised mo most when I began to teach," said the in structor of a class of adults In manual training, "was tho number of peoplo who can not toll, Instinctively, tho right hand from tho loft. Fully n third of my pupils hesitated a moment beforo obeying Instructions to do this thing or that thing with tho right hand or tho left. Tho tiling that flxoa tho proper hand In their minds finally Is sonio Incident In which that baud has figured. Dy recalling that story they know which hand to uso. Ono of tho brightest women I know declares that tho only way sho can toll ono hand from tha other Is to remember tho tlmo when, as a child, slio tried to milk a cow and was sent flying heels ovor head. Sho approached tho animal from tho wrong side, and tho picture of tho position of her right hand thon Is so vivid that it enables her to distinguish-that moinbor to this day." Where the Cold Goes. Egypt Is having a boom, and that explains In part tlio old mystery whoro all tho gold goes to. Thoro Is a crazy land speculation In Cairo, tho cotton crop Is Increasing at good prices, the area of arablo land Is increased by tho now Nllo dam, rain is moro com mon from tho samo causo. And gold Is being hoarded In tho orlontal way usual when times aro good. A con sular roport says that nearly $20,000, 000 was sent from London recently, but It linsall been absorbed. Tho Boil ers of tho cotton crop havo the money hoarded In tholr houses. Tho gold beaters' bazaar la crowded all tho tlmo and It Is estimated that each week many pounds Bterllng In gold coin aro molted or beaton Into bracolots, neck laces and chains. That gold Is always boarded In Egypt la proved by tho fact that somo Gcorgo III. sovereign aro coming into circulation. Worked Like a Charm. Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of flat spicy Journal, the Enterprise, Loulsu, Va , says: "I ran a nail In my foot last week and at once applied Iluck len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation followed; tho salvo simply healed tho wound." Heals overy sore, burn and skin disease Guaranteed at Rlter Dros. Drug Co. 25 cents. Dogmatism Defined. It was Douglas Jorrold who tloflnod dogmatism as "puppyism coroo to ma turity," a happy ploco of wlso wit. Frugality and Stinginess. What wo call frugality when wo havo It wn refer to as stinginess when it Is possessed by others. t 1 HUMAN BRAIN A PHONOGRAPH. Takes Record of Environments for Reproduction. Hrlcfly, tho procedure Is this. Tho operator belng"glvon tho attontlon of tho subject, places In his mind tho idea of sleop which stato tho objoct passes Into at tho moment of tho com pleto absorption of his attontlon by tho operator. In other words, tho operator has completely absorbod tho environment of the subject, or at least his power of registration normal sleop being a nonroslMcrlnn stato of mind. Tho part of tho brain capabfo of receiving Impression being no long er nctlvo, what Is left? Tho accumu lated records of tho previous environ ments of tho individual. As tho orig inal record was mado by tho Impres sion of tho combined roport of an en vironment mado by tho senses, a re call of a cylinder may bo mado by a word plcturo appealing to as many of them as p33slblci To tho sjjsojicd environment tho brain reacts with whatovcr record It has on Its cylin ders. Tho rubject Is not thinking what tlio cjorator Is "willing" him to do, as Is popularly supposed, nor Is (hero now montal action on his part; bo Is simply reemploying old records put In place by a recall of tho environ ment which gavo rlso to thom. Un der hypnosis nothing not nlrcady In tho brain can bo taken out, nor can anything now bo put Into tho brain. T. Gilbert White, In tho Motropolltal Magazine. MAKE FA8T TIMC ON SKIES. Remarkable Performance at Annual Norwegian Contest. As a tost of skill, strength and en durance, It would bo difficult to bent tho long distance Bkl races In Nor way and Sweden. Of theso contests tho most severo Is undoubtedly the 12-mllo race ovor tho mountains which opens tho great annual "Snow Derby" nt Holmenkollcn, about four miles from Clirlstlanla: In this race, which begins with a steep ascent of 400 to COO foot, tho skl-lobner has to Jump clefts and ravines, to hop over fallen treo trunks, and ovcrcomo overy kind of obstacle that mau can de vise; to run down steep declivities, and to make his dovlous way through mountain forests, until ho reaches the goatT triumphant, but utterly exhaust ed. Considering tho arduous naturo of theso contests, somo of tho per formances aro romarkablo. Thus, tho winner of a recent International speed competition held at Stockholm cov ered tho courso of 40 miles at an aver ago speed of eight and ono-hnlf miles un hour. To Measure Natural Gas. When naUral gas was first brought into uso In America thero scorned to bo a general idea that tho supply was InoxhaiiBtlblc. It was sold at low rules und usually without measure ment. "This method encouraged wnBto In tho consumption of gas, and was shortly abandoned by tho lnrger com panies. To-day nearly all consump tion Is sold by measurement. It .is believed that tho tlmo has now come when It Is possible, to procuro statis tics of tho quantity of gas consumed, and next year this will bo undertaken. The method will glvo such figures In tho future that a moro direct knowl edgo will bo obtained of tho capacity of gas arcaB to maintain a commer cial supply of gas for a cortaln num ber of years. Iron Age. Our Most Humiliating War. Ab wo havo said, but for Osco ola thoro would never havo been any Somtnolo war at all. and all things conslder.ed, his career marks tho most humiliating war tho United States ovor engaged In, says a writer hi tho Outing Magazine Thero wero less thnn 0,000 Somlnolcs, mon, women and children In all Florida, when hos tilities began with the murder of Oon. Thompson by Osceola. That great chief's cunning, capacity and courago had cost the nation no less thanf 30,000, 000 and tho llvos of threo soldlors for overy Indian bravo that he led. Such an appalling record of destruction stands against no othor fighter on all our frontiers. The Sympathetic Typewriter. "Do you know," remarked tho man with a cold In his head who was pounding away on his typewriting machine. "I havo como to tho con clusion that this koyboard of mlno Is gonulnoly sympathetic. Every tlmo I'vo started to wvlto a word that, It I was talking, would show how bad my cold was tho blamed old mschlno would spoil It Juat tho way I would pronounce Jt. Tho keys spelled 'mor dtdg,' brlllladt' and 'chostdut' boforo I could catch It, so that now I havo to stop and think out Just how each word Is spoiled boforo I sod thoro It goes aa! down." Ha to Be Bossed. An Alabama politician, who was for moily a rnaglstriUo In tho town of Montgomery, tolls- of a raarrlago cere mony Li onco performed for a negro couple At tho propor point the magistrate put tho usual question: "Will you tako this man to bo yOur lawful husband; love, honor and obey him?" "Ixiok heah, Jedgol" suddenly OS claimed tho woman, "Iso promised to wash an' Iron for dls nlggor, but I will bo derned cf Iso goln' to lot blm boss mo!" A Failure, "I hato him! Ho tried to kiss mo!" "Hut I tried to kiss you and you do not hato mo?" "I know, but you succeeded." LEFT NOTHING FOR HEIRa I Eccentric Frenchman Carried Reietn ment to the Qrave. Thoro has Just died at Ilolloy, Franco, an old man of 72, who during his Ufotlnio was notorious for his ec centric and miserly habits, though he was In possession of an Incomo of $4,000. His funeral was attended by a largo numbor of rolatlvcs, who wore astonished to discover only a fe cop pers In tho house after tho funeral. Tho will was then openod, and It road as follows: "My dear rolatlvcs: I am afraid you aro going to bo disap pointed. I know that nono of you "havo any sort of nffectlon for mo, and that If you como to my funeral It will bo In tho hopo of dividing up betweon you whatever I may teavo behind me. I now Inform you that I havo left no money whatever. I sank tho wholo of my fortunojsomo ycais ago In a Ufo annuity. All tlio money that romalncd ;vor cad aboo what I spent of tho aunu.:y lu c ' -en away or b irn. 1. I hopo th.j will La a llttla surprlco for you." A r rch rovcalcd, howovor, fl.000 worth of annuity stock, tho coupons of which npr'ared I j havo icmalncd imp' 1, but on going to tho bank to havo theso coupons cashed tho heirs discovered that tho coupons had been paid, but at tho special re quest of tho old gontlcnian, who had given a sepc-ato receipt for each coupon, they had not boon canceled. "This Is only a llttlo surprise- I am kooplng back for my heirs," ho said. It appears that on tho occasion of tho annual tostlval tho old man do llbcratoly burned $10,000 worth of bank notes, which ho found ho had been unablo to spend. BODY NOT TO BE SACRIFICED. Physical as Well as Mental Education Demanded. The .man or woman who will train tho mental faculties without any rof orenco to tho physical, shows a faulty qualification for tho work In which ho or sho may bo engaged, says tho Knoxvllle Journal. Tho mind may bo over so well trained and stored with knowlcdgo of tho books; but unless thero Is behind It a reasonably strong body, llfo runs tho rial, of being a falluro; If not that, an pxistenco of pain that serves as a limitation upon lis possibilities. It Is a species of cruelty to cducato tho mind at tho ox penso of tho body. Ilettor let a child grow up Into manhood or wom anhood with an Inferior education than with a better education of tho mind and a body weakened In tho ef fort. Tho fact, that so many mon In this country havo succeeded in busi ness and In professional and public llfo havo been tho sonB of farmers, whoso early llfo has been spent out of doors, hns been a subject of re mark; may It not bo accounted for on tho ground that In their boyhood tholr physique was developed so that In after llfo, besides tholr mental ac quirements, they had strong bodies with which to do tho work they havo so successfully pel formed? This Is not only possible, but very probable How to Treat Employes. Every Btoro that I know of In Amer ica obliges Its help to stand on tholr feet from morning until closing tlmo. Ilohlnd each countor In my Btoro Is a chair. I want my employes when not busy to sit down nnd rost. As I wnlk through the different departments In my storo my omployes do not havo to feel that they must braco up be cause tho "boss" la coming around. My employes aro doing right all tho tlmo becauso thoy know that I am do ing right and UBlng them as near right as I know how. My omployes would far rather havo mo homo than abroad. 1 guess that I am an easlor fellow to work for than tho managor, but ho ennnot bo very sevoro with thom, be causo I always tell him to uso them Just as I uso him. I tell overy man at tho head of a department, "I3o kind to tho holp under you. Do not speak to them in any other way than tho way I speak to you. Handlo your holp bo that they will jespoct you and so that thoy will regret to loavo my em ploy." Everybody's. The Old-Fashioned Oea Captain, la tho old-fashioned sea captain ex tinct as a typo? Ho stuck close to his ship In tho moments of dlsnstor, doing what ho could to savo tho llvos of passengors and crew, and, If neces sary,' going to his death In tho effort. Ho may ofton havo orrod In his ox tromo devotion to duty, but ho hold unflinchingly to tho loftiest Ideals of responsibility and self-sacrlflco, and his exnmplo was of Incalculable valuo to his profession and to humanity. Aru wo to regard him only as a mora ory, or doos ho nnywhoro to-day sur vive? Brooklyn Eaglo. Submarlno Lifeboat. When a submarlno boat becomes dis abled beneath tho surfaco of tho wa ter and cannot rlso Its crow 1b in a bad predicament. To remedy tho dif ficulty an lnveutor has contrlvod an auxiliary boat to bo carried In tho submarlno and to bo a part of It, prac tically, until needed, In tlmo of acci dent tho crow of 'tho Incapacitated submarlno would enter tho llttlo craft aud when tho containing chamber had been flooded tho bolts would bo with drawn and tho vessol with Its human freight would clear Itself and rlso to the surface' Drawing the Line. "Ches, mem, I gan bo your-gook oof you gan mlt broken English po satlls fled." "Very YoU; I can onduro brolion English, but I wish you to undorstand that I shall draw tho line at broken china." lloujton Post, BBBjBBj The Flower Store I 45 S. Main St., Logan. H i77 ALSO Imvc seeds tlmt grow. Wc M have not been in the business M long enough to have any OLD stock. Our M seeds are all New, Fresh stock and conse- M quently MUST GltOW. H If this is not ' "NufSaid" call on us H ami get any additional information desired. M Til 11 FLOW Hit STORE H lienj. Carlisle, Mgr. M , r I F4aHMHanCHB3BHEBJHHaBaBaBMBBKBVBBBVBmaVBBaMai H H I Now is the Time and This is the Place H to buy Rakes, Hoes, Forks, Spades, Shovels, Picks, Pruning Shears H and Saws, Staples, Nails, Tacks, Poultry Netting, Drooms, Whitewash M Hrushcs, etc., etc. Wo carry everything In V-V-Vjj HARDWARE Cutlery and Carpenters' Tools. Our quality Is good and wo guarantco our prices as hitherto to bo tho very lowest. Wo can save you money, H sure. You havo only to call to bo convinced. M R. La fount & Go. 38 Center Street. H Several Noted Weddings I arc to tako Dlaco this month, moro of them next month, and we know M now of several to tako placo In Juno. Wc know because wo have the M orders on hand for tho delivery of tho gifts. M Will not a wedding soon tako placo In your. Immediate family M circle, or among your friends? If so, let us show you what wc can do H In the way of presents. Wo feel confident that wc can please regard- B Ing quality, style and price. M If nono or thoie things, how about thoio for personal wear? H On wedding rlngn, jou Know, wo arc headquarters. Wc lead In M the selling of watches and chains, stud', scarf plmand bracelets. A M peep Into our showcases will help you m.il.c the selection. jH CARDON JEWELRY CO., Logan, Utah . I Von Moltke a Hard Loser. Count von Moltko, Germany's great Hold marshal, novor lost a battlo and It annoyed him to lc3a a gumo of cords. A recent biographer says of his old ago: "Tho family woro trained to let him win If they could without his noticing their maneuver, and they would 'reckon up tho Bums to tho smallest amount. 'It Is really wonder ful that I havo won In splto of my bad play,' he remarked onco, ratbor suspiciously, but ho abided by tho re sult," Exchange. Expensive Resurrection. "I might commit Biilcldo by tho gas routo If I lived In a boarding houso and wanted to get oven with tho land lady," remarked tho Flat Dweller, "but not In my own flat. Imaglno having to pay tho gas bill It thoy happened to bring you to!" History Revised. H Somo wostorn Blghtsecrs visited tho M Corcoran art gallery In Washington, U They stood for a tlmo beforo Jean M Leon Gcromo'a lingo painting depict- , ing tho death of Julius Caesar. Caesar lies stricken nt tho foot of Pompoy's t statue "What's tlio matter with that iH follow?" Bald ono of thom. "Why, H don't you read history?" was tho io- M tort. "Tho man Is Julius Caesar; ho i has Just been shot by Marc Antony." Evolution. M "Don't you believe in o volution?" fH asked tho sclontlfic man. "Cot tnlnly," answered Miss Cayenne. H "No chango that centuries bring about t H In natural history can bo moro re narkablo thon that which a woman H undorgocs In a single day as sho pro- H jressos from curl papers to evening H Without A Rival. I L1TTL13 JOHNNIE wlillo visiting grandma was nil the tlmo coming back for moro of THOSE GOOD RADISHES, OAUHAGE, H I1EETS, PEAS, CORN and DEANS, nnd llkewlso UNCLE JOHN H could not help being Jubilant over grandpa's FINE PASTURE AND 1 II AY that was then being harvested and Jits fat stock. H This Is a fair Illustration of many people who havo planted our H seeds. They having learned whero they can always get the best and H most reliable seeds, and at prices that aro always reasonable, therefore Jj , H call for moro of those famous 1 " "Seeds that Grow. 'Nut Said." I 1 Smurthwaite's Seed Store. Center St. 1 H I Naturopathy Jffi. 9 H Tlio best method of curlngany yii.i Vil H afl Acute or Chromic Disease or fflf'F r I ,H Dad Habit Is by removing tho ISL. J$Mh S sfl causo through somo Physical, vfit&? xBWv 8 .1 Mental or Psychlo mothod which v-'V fflwwni S Is harmless but sure. jS L. SBpfe 9 hbh Try Naturopathy and learn KfmL 8 fl that you caii get cured from any Z&Jwiiryr afflOflffro S ,H Disease or Dad Habit without &&&'?MffimHML U sH taking Poisonous Drug Medicine ,,;r,sWC iwtmffwm', 8 ' bh I or often undergoing u useless wiW&lSmf''WvmWlM i sH but fatal operations, iwHwMMi I MiffiimfflrffflW 1 'H j.r. PETiiiTscn, Ps. d. WWmki ifmlmri? Trcmont Hotel. W 'H mr y g LiH ' I -Ji ii- . .... --- - . .JaW