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1 Superior Truss Service. 1 1 Those needing trusses should remember tliu o ir s.oc and K facilities are unusual. gj We carry every stjle tliat may be desired or needtd to 11. any ru case, making a specialty of the (anion U W White line n Privacy and undisturbed attention to tilting is h.suiul by our j Special Fitting Room. YOU are sureof (hiding Hie truss j ou need, of hting II';. d K properly and OU have our guarantee nf perfect satisfaction pi I Wo carry crutches and an adequate lino of elastic stotUms, n aJomlnal belts, etc. Special elastic woods ordered specia h w'icii K required and made according to careful me.isuicments If RITER BROS DRUG CO., jjj No 33 North Main St . LOOANj UTAH n IU nggg5aSE5B5g5B5a5E5H5H5H5a5H5a5B5H5a5aga5asa5a5BJgrC?l . . f . f I Wnv (femtmUz 1 I I : . 1 & i ' $ i' V21 HIS lobol la In ovory Durrojap "Itorrect ii ' ily Shepo" Shoo, and stands as a, guaran- V " loo that tho Durrojap Vamp will not i i broalt through boforo tho flrat solo is worn out. ir iH In tho event of. a, Durrojap Shoo wear- A4 ' ing contrary to this guarantee, tho retailer ',', ?" from whom these shoos wero purchased Is J'f authorized to replace them with a new pair Jf ii PACKARD fD. FIELD ii I) Erochton. Mass. ', rl? v I 1 i'i if- $ For sale by Andreas Peterson. ,i, ?T . I THATCHER OPERA HOUSE jj AlONDAY, APRIL 15th PSl Blanche Walsh p H and her Astor Theatre Co In Clyde Fitch's Ti. men Jm '- $j I dous Realistic Dianu Mms a I "The Straight Road." Jy IThe Real Event of the Logan Season. PRICES - - $1.50 $1.00, 50c I nni iii'iiiini wmwi1 1 i'ii MirriiJnnTTrTrrrrrn'rT rrrrrTii I A Shirt Tale. I Here is u place to buy Sliirts at an exceptional liar I gain, right at the start oftlie season, and you can't afford to miss it. Men's extra llne$l 00 and $1.25 Dress Shirts In the very new est shades of Tan, Grey, Blue, etc , In Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Fig ures and Dots. In fact every Imaginable Pattern. There aro al most a hundred styles as well as plain white with pleated or plain bosoms. Tho materials arc Percales, Madras and Bedfords, also Fongee, Mohalrand silk mercerized bosoms with matched bodies. They come with or without collars attached and with separate or attached culls. Just think jou getyour choice of the best $1.0) and $1.25 shirts at the Hub for 75 cts. To make things still more Interesting we will placo on salo at I tho samo timo 25 dozen best GOo NROKTICS In Four-in-hands, Shield or Hand Silks at 35c. Opposite the Tabernacle. CITY AND COUNTY ? I & Items of I-.terest About &&& ttiOfc People and Events. Mrs Pell McAllister, of Rcxburg, Is In the city for a few dajs IleberC. Green, of Wcllsvllle, was a Logan lsltor Wendesday. We sell the Earth and Loan mono) 1:1 It II. A. Pedersen & Co. Arthur Fames Is now with the Cache Valley Mercantile company. For Sale. 1,000 bushels of llrst-class New Zealand wheat. Gairett Dahle, Clatkston Mr and Mis T. S. Prlday, announce the marriage of their daughter, Dora, April I", to Mr. Alva Chlpman, of Salt Like City. The Dunbar Hell Rlngcis "The bo-,t the Y. M. C. A. has ever biotight to the city "Hay City (Mich) Tri bune James Nelson, of the Copper King Mlulngcompany, cjnic from Montana last Friday. lie will rema'n here mi 1 till May 1. ! Mrs Iialph Mitchell relumed lo Idaho Falls Tuesday after a month's Mslt in th( city with her mother and 1 sisters 1 Thu Latter-Day Saints Sunday school statistics show that there ate 'l)5,2f)0 children between tho ages of four and twenty-one j pais old. 'I ho woul comes from Lowlston that the soil thcie lsso thoroughly soaked with water that the wells arc llocdiiig over. The moisture Is ex cessive Andreas Peterson Is advertising a new brand of shoes, the "Hurro Japs " If they are as serviceable as tho burro and as strong as the Jap II. py arc all right. At a meeting of tho Htale Hoaul of Medical Kxamlncrs, held In Salt Lake last week, Dr. D C. Budge of this city, was elected president, an honor very worthily bestowed. T.very woman appicclates a beauti ful complexion, so much desired by men. Such complexions come to all who use llolllster's Pocky Mountain Tea. X, cents, Tea or Tablets Cy. K Napper. J A Ifcndrickson has just bought Into the Knslgns Knitting Works at Salt Lake City, a tlrm reputed to be the biggest of Its kind in the state. I Mr llcndrlckson will now spend a -great portion of his timo between 1 Logan, Ogdan and Salt Lake. 1 The local theatrical season Is about ended, thcie being but four or lle (mori' shows billed for appearance here I Hosi Coghlan, 0110 of tho very best, ' cumes In May. Manager Bugge will leave Logan about May 15 and will probably not return D J Ward, a big lumberman of Troo, Isln Logan visiting Mr. and Mrs W. O Itanishaw Mr. Ward .thinks Provo Is about tho only placo on earth, but still likes to get away from It occasionally. ITesajshc notes lmDroemcnts In Logan every time he comes John Craw ford says ho has decided to tako up a medical profession. When his business affairs In Logan are set tled up ho will leave for the east to attend either the Rush Medical col lego or a Baltimore school. From thcro ho expects to go to Europe to complete his studies, which he thinks will take five years. He will take his family with him. DUNBAR BELL RING ERS, Wednesday evening, at B. Y.'C. 50 cents. The next meeting of the Utah Pres bytery will be held In Logan on Au gusts. This was decided on at the closo of tho recent presbytery held at Payson. N, K. Clemenson was chosen as one of tho two delegates to go to tho General Assembly at Columbus, Ohio, In May. Rev. Clemenson was also made chairman of a commltteo that Is to prepare on an answer to tho "declaration of principles" presented at the leccnt Confcrenco In Salt Lake City "Herschcl Bullen, Jr .State Senator from Logan, who mado such a splen did light to preservo tho entity of tho Agricultural College In tho recent Legislature, camedown from his homo city Friday night and put up at the Wilson, says tho Tribune. .Asked as to the future outlook for tho Col ledge under the new regime which was forced upon tho Institution by the appointments of tho Govenor, the wily Senator was mum, nor would ho express himself on the situation. Said ho had been too busy (tralghtcnlng out his personal affairs since tho ad- IJournmcnt of the Legislature to give the matter much consideration." N. R. r.iohj, of Wcllsvllle, was'lu Ligan on Monday For Sale Some hay dry hay S. W. Rltcr, 353 West M North. James Squires and John II Hd wards, or llyrum, wcio In tho clti yesterday. There Is some talk of tho Cache Knitting works moving fioni Its pres ent location. Prof. J A HcM'll. of the A. C. of U , was In attendance at conference In Sail Lake Sund.o J. II Sallsbui), of the Spandu Fur niture com pan j. U in the south end of tho valley rustling business The Dunbar Iii'll Ringers "Taken all together, the best of Its kind." Cedar Ripids (Iowa) Gazette. John Thorpe went to McCammon jesterday to finish a plastering con ti act, after which lie will go to Klj, Nevada. Mr and Mis John Niiffer came from Preston jesteiday and went to their old home In Providence to visit relatives Tlieo. Peterson, of II) rum, and Wm Kidman have gone to Nevada with thu Idea of btning a band of horses, about -100, which lh?y cspect to sell In Cache count v New bold, the clothier, has Joined "The American S)tidlcatc of Shoo Merchants," and has a large stock of best and cheapest shoes In Logan; ti) them. A large box of fruit trees shipped from New York state to this valley were condemned by the county tree Inspector. Up tn-date about 2,000 trees have been thrown aside. Aithur Roberts, a mcichant or Af ton, Star vallej, visited Mr. and Mrs David Reese, tirst of the week. Mis. Roberts was a Reese. Mr. Roberts made the trip to Montpoller In a sleigh A bundle shower was given at the home of Mis. M. N. Nnberger's on Second Uast street last Thursday afternoon In honor of her sister, Dora Pilday, who Is soon to bo Mis Chip man. Thousands have pronounced Mollis tci's Rocky Mountain Tea tho great est healing power on earth. When medical science falls, It succeeds. Makes jou well and keeps )ou well 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Cy. D Nap per Mr anil Mrs. L. A. Ostlen entei talned at dinner In honor of Dr James Ccoliran, Monday evening. Following the eleeant spreaii.Mr Ostlen engaged tho guests In an "apple fest" the sampling of vailous kinds of apples brought from Kampchatka, Afghan istan, Hood liver, and Pa)octc a fea turo of real pleasure Later, Dr. Coch ran, who is a pianist of ability, enter tained the guests with music the equal which is seldom heat fl In Logan Those who were guests during the evening were: Di. Cochran, Mrs P D. Stoops, Jacob West, Mr. and Mrs N. R Moore, Misses DeGraft and Riymond, Prof Arnold and Mrs. WInge Those who have been entertained at the Ostlen home know their hospitality Is unsur-pissed. Dr Henry S. Hartzog. president of University of Arkansas, was In Logan yesterday in company with Gov. Cut ler's prlvatosecretary.N.P Nelson. Dr. Hartzog was formerly president of tho State Agricultural, Mechanical and Tcxtilo College of South Carolina, and while here took occasion to express views strongly against consolidation of Agricultural schools and Universi ties. The distinguished visitor Is an exceptionally airablo gentleman with splendid Intellectual endowments that have carried him onto the lec ture platform as well as Into the edu cational world. 0 M. Wendelboe, the Jeweler, has Just been granted a patent on a "com bination adjuster, poising tool, truing caliper and hairspring adjuster." It Is said to have advantages that make It of great value to tho Jeweler, and even to the layman the little model looks a thing of beauty with consider able possibility. Mr. Wendelboe Is In receipt of very nattering commenda tion from experts who ought to know and he Is confident that his Invention Is superior to anything of the kind on tho market. Tho Instrument Is mado to fit any standard make of watch, and In this is markedly superior to others of Its kind, Mr. Wendelboe spent much time In perfecting his In vention, and naturally enough Is quite gratified at his splendid success. Friends here hope that he vvli make at least a million out of It. Thomas Rodford, s-jllcitor, returned to Montana yesterday. Mrs. J A Lnrsen, nf the Seventh ward, Is In II) 1 urn visiting relatives Mrs lUs Schenck and Mlsi Vcrda Zome, of Providence, went 10 Nounan, Bear Lake county, jcstcr.lay George II Islnuh, a btislnrs?-man of Ogdcn, has been spending thn past few days with J. llcndrlckson. MissEllnbotli Wjant entertained at fi o'clock tea at the A. C. of U. dining room Saturday. Those present were Mcsdamrs Kerr, Cotcy, Dryden, Bexcll, Ostlen and Yoder Mr and Mis Clarence Cummlngs are closlm: up their affairs and rpect to make California their future home They may stav In Nevada a short time In pissing through. Peter M Mnnulnn, of tills eltv, to turned fio-n Alberta, yesterday Ho sajtheie Is a great boom on In farm ing land, prices advancing rapidly He ma) return In i short time. President W. J Kerr, accompanied bv Ills brother, Bishop Joseph Kerr, of Idiho, came from Salt Lake City )estciday afternoon The latter gen tleman will lcmaln In tho valley a short time. Train No 10. due at Logan from the 1101th at 12-50 p. m.. went oil tho , track about one mile south of Preston on Monday. Nobody was hurt The vv locking ciew went up, but the pas-1 scnger did not reach Logan until the next day at the scheduled time. Tho regular monthly oillcers' meet ing of the Y. L M. 1 A. of Cache Stake will bo held in the east base ment room of the tabernacle, Sunday, April II, at 2 o'clock p m A full at tendance of otllcers Is deslied. Mem bers Invited. M. L. llcndrlckson, president. J. G. Scolt, tho former proprietor of tho Wuulsoi hotel in Salt LakeCIt). has retired from business and Is suc ceeded by J A. Waters, who Is an ex perienced hotel man. The same cour tesies and attention accorded the Cache valley peoplo heretofore will be lecclved by them under the new man agement. At one of tho meetings at the re cent conference In Salt Lake City, Apostle Ileber J. Giant paid a glow ing tribute to our town men, F. A. Mitchell, stating that IMt had been for him and George Goda'rd, who la biiedlnlho Thhteenth waid Sun day school It might have been possible that l he Apostle would not have been wheio ho Is today. Thomas Thorpo and son, of Wells ville, left for Ely, Nevada, last Mon day. They have gone to help Ja,mes Thorpe, of Piovidence, on contracts that Jie lias taken The latter gentle man has been thcie since Januar), and hascontractrd with a laige min ing company to plaster 125 tenencnt houses, a bank, a hotel aud three largo residences for the compan)'s oillcers. Mr. Ttiorpo is to receive S9 0) per day for Ills work. Fioni letteis iccelved It seems that cveiythlng Is on the Jump and prices pild for laborers and artlslans Is boom! anything ever known before in that locality "J W. Woolf of Caidstou, Alberta, Canada, Is In tho city, a guest of tho Wilson," said Tuesda)S Descret News "Mr. Woolfowas formerly a resident of this state, leaving his home In Cache valley to go to Canada In the da)S of the early settlement of tho northwest territory. Mr. Woalf was among the pioneers of tho southern portion of Alberta, and was among those going Into the country In tho times when C. O. Card led tho vanguard of set tlers to St. Mary's river. Mr. Woolf Is now tho representative, of his sec tion In the new provincial legislature, for within tho last year or two Al berta has been elevated to tho rank of a province, which Is equivalent to statehood In tho states. He talked entertainingly today on conditions in the growing northwest. "'The people aro prosperous and the country Is forging ahead,' said he. 'Last )ear we had plenty of rain, and this follow ing several dry seasons, gave tho farmers splendid crops, and restored the contented feeling so necessary to tho prosperity of any country. Our sugar factory Is a great clement In our success. We have tho finest kind ofsoll for the cultivation of sugar beets, and this Insures a large amount of work for the men when everything else falls. It Is true tho weather gets pretty cold some times, but no worse than In many of tho states, and wo manage to stand It all right.'" "W. G. Danlelsen, one of the most prollllc inventive geniuses of the state, Is registered at the Keny .. from Lo gan, "said Friday's Desorot News. "Mr Danlelsen is the head of tho Danlelsen Manufacturing company, at Logan, which manufactures exclusively tho plows, rakes, harrows and other farm Implements on Mr. Danlclscn's pat ents. Tho firm Is capitalized at $00 000, and has so many orders ahead for its products that lb has been found necessary to Increase Its capital and its plant. The company now proposes to capitalize for $000,000 and establish H a large plant for tho manufacture of farm Implements at Independence, H Missouri, and Mr Danlelsen Is now on H his way cast to make arrangements for building the factory. The reason H Independence has been chosen Is that H It Is central to both tho raw product and market for tho finished articles. The company will be Incorporated under the laws of Utah, and may here- after establish branches at different places as the circumstances may re- quire The latest patent procured by Mr Danlelsen Is on a disc plow, which H Is acknowledged to be superior to any- thing lu Its line now on the market. The Ivan factory Is niw working on H some orders f r Montana for plows containing i) d s s, to be drawn by engines of U' i. is power. Tho hay stackers and r ki mvi-nted by Mr. H Danlelsen :iro i ion-ivcly used H thiouuhout tin- i A number H of Ml I r, LuKr ea pltx I Hi 8 nr expected H to OtcuiiP Iii'imcs!, i) in I ha new cor- H Makes Yotingcters Knppy. H Ono of tho most Inte "Rttivg Uttlo clinrltles In Cat of a Yorks'ilru (Kng H land) Htatlor. nstcr, who every week H of IiIh lifo makes a toy railway engine H At tho cud of tho jenr lio sends tho H lot to a hospital for tho uso of tho H boys In tho Intatltiilion H PHICElST FOR APRIL H J50lbs Kh Patent Flmu for $1 10 H jiooibi Biau for id) H 1 10 His Sugar for 1 00, 10 lbs best Head Rice 100 H Pickles per keg H 3 pickagosTea 50 10 cans Utah Tomatoes l"00 H 10 cans best Corn for -1 CO - H 1 10 cans Green Peas for ICO H .leans Mustard Sirdlncs'fcr ... 25 H 5 cans Oil Saidines for 25., H 10 bais Laundry Soap 100- H 3 ) bais i: '. Soap for .... 1 00 21 bars Diamond U Soap for.. .. 100. H 11 bais Ileal 'V.m All Soap foi . ..1 00 M 5) lbs. Big Four I'lniir for 75 H 5 1 lbs Fancy Flour for 5 H 50 lbs. Whole Wheat Flour for. . . 1 00 H 53-55 WEST CENTER St. M A Treat. H to the lover of good whlskev is a drink H from n demfj'dm of our Paul Jones or H Sherbiook, sold in bottles, too by the H quart, by the gallon, by the case. H You'll travel miles and miles before B )Ou'll find Its equal at anjwhcro near H our price. Welcome to taste before M jou buy M J. R. EDWARDS The Most Import- ant Item. H of the first meal of the day Is coffee. ! Aro you getting tho best In the mar- JH ket for tin. mone) ? If you arc, read fH no further; If you arc not, get a samplo j jjH pound heio and thon buy as jou like, H whero you like, but our Chaso &Sand- jH born codec at 40 cents the pound Is a JH great fa voi Ito with our patrons. H C. V. MERC. CO.