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I LOWISIOllo
H LKW1STON. May S TIkhowIio
attended ilic Conference at Itichtnond
on Friday, the 3rd, report a good
M time and best of Instructions Also
M tliose vho availed themselves of the
fl opportunity of hearing something' of
M (ho mind of our leaders by attending
B Stake Conference In Smit lillclil last
M Saturday mid Sunday felt much more
H Oi:n up. il lor !"lnt. Apostle Ilcber
M J in- , iiicie, also Kulilon S.
fl v. . , . ii' ih Hist, council of seventies,
M - initur ihlstake received much
H Kind council and Instruction, which
M hope to bj able to profit by.
M Tne ital c ltellef society conference
H w 111 be held at Lcwlston, May 10, In
m the tabernacle.
H The school children, with the ex-
M ceptlon of tho seventh and eighth
m grades, celebrated their Mav holiday
H 'I hursil.iy, by taklntr a walk to W. J).
m Hendricks' Holds on Muddy river.
B The children were attended by the
M three lady teachers only, the walk be-
fl Ing rather long for the gentlemen.
H I'. 10. Kcllson, and family, formerly
M of Preston, but who now live In the
M Sugar Factory district, expect to
M make their home permanently In
H Lcwlston.
M A new i oid Is being laid out from
H tin; mumi f.ictory directly west to
H Main stieet. A new branch of rail
H nay, also, will bo built along the
B same route, tho terminus of which
will be a short dlstanco cast of Main
street on Harvey Rawlins' farm. The
ata'l'iu will bo built about where Mr.
HBV It iwllns' birn now scands.
HBb We are beginning (o sec the fulfil-
menl of the prophesies made by many
Inspired men concerning Lowlston.
While Its growth may not not seem
so rapid as .some mushroom (owns,
wc are laying a good foundation and
steadily advancing
John Telford has tonight, .1 I'.
Jones' house on Main street, and
will soon move his family Into It.
Mrs. .la lib Stowell has sold I or
farm to Ilobert and Warren Il.ilrd.
Dennis Muttles and II. A. Nclbour
have purchased city lots of (! Jacob
son
Lois Gee has returned home from
her visit In Snake Ulver valley accom-
panlcd by her mother.
The name of the injured man given
In last week's paper as .1 in..--, Allen U
James AHer
H Get a Skate On.
H Last Opportunity to Put on
H Rollers. Blrj Masque (Sail
Hj next Monday.
The skating season i:Iunc ,t the
Auclitoilum Monday, May -)ih. uuli
a grand masque carnival Liberal
prl.es will be awarded to thebcit
sustained gentleman and lady charact-
cr, and also tho most graceful couple.
M Costijines for lent by the Salt Lake
H Costuming House, whose agent will be
at the west loom of the Co-op Drug
Co., on West Center street, during the
H Day, Mondax, the 'JOth
H Kink opens as usual at 7:.'I0 Grand
H march and uwaidiug of prizes w III
H take place at 1:15 sharp None but
H those in masque w 111 be allowed on the
H lioor until after the march Skating
H will then continue until U:;t0 Admls-
H slon -5e, skates '.'oc.
H Stops itching Instantly. Cures piles,
H eczema, salt rlieuni, tetter, itch, hlcs,
H herpes, seabies-Doan's Ointment. At
H any drugstore
H the fiMnuii; iKsuitiid IlKAL KS-
B TATK wiili in il.e next two or tluee
Luuan City I uupmrn
H ISjclS rori, on camei, two blocks
south of Dcserct mills
H (1x12 tods, facing east on Flist Kast
street, half block north 'I'aboinaole
Right acies, moic or U-.ss, ueju lies-
D milU
H loo acres, more or less, west Qf l.o-
gan, near the "new bi Idgo;" fenced and
J C acres In the "opening," south side,
H Logan Clli ; fenced and How lug well.
B 40 aorcsadjolnhig Logan, northwest;
J J fenced and' full water right the Pea-
H tock Farm.
H I know the valuo ol the above prop-
H erty, but will make priced a llttlo un
dor so as to Interest investors. Write
H mc at once, postoillco box: 701, Salt
H Lake City, for prices and payments.
H L. II. Mautinis.vv.
iH i
LQGBiSn
See the display of souvonli cliinii of
the A : ni.il II. V. colli'gis at the
Johnson .Irwulry Co.
Kdmuiid, son of Mrs Hannah italic
of the Sixth ward, was opriand on for
appcndlcliis last Monday
Tho ollu-r day the slx-war-old son
of O. M. Clirlstcnscn fell anil broke his
left arm at the elbow J dot, making a
very b id case.
James Shepard, of Richmond, was
taken suddenly 111 with a derangement
of the stomach Sunday night. Last
ovcnlng there was some improvement.
Mrs Thomas Ballard, who has been
suffering for yeat s past w llh a serious
kidney trouble and recently conlined,
Is Ellll very ill at her home In the
Second ward
Ilobert Smith, sou of Ralph Smith
Sr. of (iiecnvllle, was brought In from
Hum Ington, Oregon, Friday night with
Uphold fever and is now at one of the
hospitals
Thomas Watkln, of Hyde Park, has
contracted to work for N. M. Hodges
in Itlch county the coming summer.
He expects to cross the mountains
next week by team.
David Clark of Newton, had his
hand Injured by a horse last week.
Not receiving proper care, blood poison
ing set In and ho is now In Logan un
der the care of a surgeon.
Heavy, Impure blood makes a muddy
pimply complexion, headaches, nau
sea, indigestion. Thin bloo I makes
you weak, pale, sickly. Iluidouk Itlood
Hitters makes the blood rich, red, pure
restores perfect health
In the II. Y. C. -L. I). S. F. track
meet In this city Saturday the local
team lost by a score of !() to C.r The
homo bojs wore In the scrimmage and
lies' rveil lo win. hut Joe Jensen, the
smi pi'ifoimer. hiked oil to a baseball
game at Wellsvllle and left the bojs
Intheluich, hence the defeat. Tho
al'i-ruoon was blustery and told and
tln'te was but a fair sized crowd out.
Joel lilcks, ogent for the D. & It O.
at lllughnm, came to Loiran Saturday
night and relumed Monday morning.
Mr. Kiel;-. las that his ofllcc handles
mora mouov than nil tho railroad
stations In Cache valley In a short
time one mine In lllugham will be
shipping L'o.uoo ions of oie dally, which
will average live per cent copper A
whole mountain Is belli;, dug down
and snipped to the smeltois. On
this mountain steam shocls .ire at
work, also twelve rallio.ul engines. In
the Bingham yards It takos eight en
glnoi to do the switching
I. C Thoreson and F.dward Hanson
I returned fiom lower Callfon.ii Mon
day night, wl.i'io they, with iitheiN,
went 10 inspect u laige tract f laud
'on which tho gentlemen had an op
tion. Tho proposition did not nvot
I Hi" cxtiPt'tiitlons of the company.
While ihoio they went about llfty
miles below San Diego and examined
a Kooo acre tract for sale at two dol
I a i s per acre. This is said to be a
Hist class tract of land lying princi
pally In river bottoms A stem bear
ing wild oats was brought from there
which measures eight feet In length
showing Vie land to ba very produc
tive It is stated that a banker in
San Diego has offered to advance live
sixths of the purchase money at six
per cent If the cash payment of one
sixth Is paid down This proposition
as a whole is considered very favorably,
so much so i hat Joshua Adams, of Onel
da county, has proffered to take one
fourth Interest in the purchase, and
it W thought that this deal will be
closed bj si ine of our Utah people
Pontlac, Great Organizer.
Pontine exemplified nt onco tho boat
nnd tho worst tratta of tho American
Indian As nn organizer among n poo
plo with whom organization Is almost
tinposrtlMo, mul ns a master of tlio
treacherous statecraft of his raco, ho
probably surpassed them all. As soon
ns his death was known, tlio French
Kovornor nt St Louis sent for his
body and buried it with full martial
honors nenr tho fort. "For n mauso
leum," Pnrktniiii Ilnoly says, "a great
city 1ms nrlson n' -. tho forest horo;
aud tho raco whom ha hated with
such burning lancor. tramplo with un
censing footsteps over his forgotten
grave" Outing Magazine
Melon as Flth Dalt.
It seems that the melon is n dainty
much nppieclntod by Hsu, nnd in
high fnvor ns a bait among Gorman
anglers. Tho method of proceduro is
an follows: A hole Is cut nt the end
farthest from tho stem, tho seeds are
extracted and a part of tho fruit hol
lowed out h number of hookB at
tached lo n lino threaded through tho
stem are buried In tho flesh of tho
melon, which Is then sent adrift, be
ing buoyed on tho surface by two
pieces of wood and furnished with a
line, by which It can bo drawn ashoro
whoa tho bobbing of tho bait shows
that n fish hus been hookod.
Hyde Park.
HYDE PAItK, May 12. The Hyde
Park ward conference was held
today. On tho stand were Pros Isaac
Smith and Councilor Jos. K. Car
don, of tho stake- presidency, lilshop
Charles 0. Hjdc, councillors J. W. I).
Ilurren and Lorenzo Peterson, also
other leading bret.hcrn of the ward.
Tho bishop's report of the various
organizations of the ward showed
them to be In good working order.
The people had increased their tith
ing and fast offcrsngs consld -rably
over that of last year, The m.inrlty
of the people were trying to live I unest
God-feailng lives lives, and he was
pleased to labor with so good a people.
During tho conference Presidents
Smith and Cardon delivered somo
excellent discourses upon our duties
to our God, our country and to our
fellow man.
Tho beautiful singing of our cl olr,
under the Presidency of Samuel Sea
mons, and led by FredT. Ballam was
highly appreciated. The closing an
them "The Song of The Redeemed"
was a beautiful llnale to a most enjoy
able day.
What must have been a very happy
family meeting took placo last week
when the Jackson family, late of Old'
Fngland. wcio all together (save one)
after being separated foicvcral jcars.
Annie and Lucy came here several
years ago; later another daughter
came. One slopped In Chicago, Is
there still and will Join the rest In a
short time. Last year Mr Jacksin
came to I'lah, and last week Mis.
Jackson and three children arrived.
The Joy of this meeting again can
bellei be Imagined than described.
The Primary association gave an
eiitcitainment.witli plcnlo accompani
ment, last Friday evening. A pro
gram consisting of songs, recitations
and music was rendered, after which
dancing was indulged In the balance
of the evening.
The carl j beets will )a ready lo thin
In about ten days
John Lamb Is slowly recovering
after a long selge or typhoid fever.
The rains of Saluiday and Sunday
weit! vcrv much needed.
Those riddles i.i Tub Kiu-uiimuan
last Issue were easy. We solved them
wiili our eyes closed. Ten dollars
please
HER PLOT CUNNINGLY LAID
Scheme of Woman in Madrid to Get .
Valuable Diamond. I
A story of nn amazingly auda
cious swindle comes from Madrid,
.Spain. Tlio heroino is n liaiulsoino.
elrjjnntly dressed woman who the
other day visited n siiociulist in men
tal dieaes on behalf of her hus
band, who, she said, was n sufferer
from religious iiinnin. Having ex
plained tlio ease, it was nrrangod
that alio bhould return in about an
hour with tlio afflicted husband.
The next s-ecno of nction was n
jeweler's shop in another part o
the city, whore she telectcd dia
monds "lo tho value of $5,000 on the
u.idorstauiling that oho would buy
(! in if her husband npproved.
Would someone accompany her
home in a cab and the money would
be paid innnodiiitely 'i
A trusted clerk was M-nt and with
him the lady drove hack to tho doc
tor's house. In an anteroom she
took the stones, "just to show them
to her husband," then, entering
with sublime assurance tho doctor's
study, she informed the specialist
that tier husband was now in tho
nnterooin and ready to bo examined.
Leaving a visiting card, tho lady
took her depnrturi md tho doctor,
bidding tho suppi.d patient en
ter, proceedi-d ut v loihiirc to nsk
professional uitKin- Tho jewel
er's mnii was puzled at first, but
soon he realized ih.it he had boon
inado the victim f a i lever fraud.
The doctor, howewr. interpreted
his agitation as coined by his com
plaint nnd when after two hours
matters were finally explained tho
lady impostor had mushed with
her spoils without leaving nny trace.
Force of Habit.
"How wai it Wlggtsa van foolish
onough to write those letters road fa
tho suit against him for breach of
promlso?" "I don't know, unlose it
was that being In a dlatrlot attornoy'r
office ho cot so In the habit that
evon took to Inditing luve latter: '
Psychological Doubt),
"I pee that man In so miny p. )
that sometimes I think he la uu .
tous," ''So do I, and It's p'lzillc- -to
decide whother ho'c riir..
loublo life or If 1' wins
T .-MW - JMnlVLJ.! IffMM III 1 1 Ml
ROOSEVELT'S SAYINGS.
This great republic of ours shall nev
er become the government of a pluto
cracy, and It shall never become the
government of a mob.
The world has moved so far that It
Is no longer necessary to believe that
one nation can rise only by thrusting
another down.
Wc cannot afford to forget the
maxim upon which Washington In
sisted, that the surest way to avert
war Is to be prepared to meet It
This Is an era of combination alike
In the world of capital and In the world
of labor.
The wrongdoer, the man ho swind
les and cheats, whether on a big scale
or a little one, shall receive at our
hands mercy as scant as If ho commit
ted crimes of violence or brutality
Wo show ourselves the truest friends
of prosperity when ve make It evident
that we will not tolerate the abuses of
property.
We must strive continually to secure
for every man such equality of oppor
tunity that In the strife of life he may
have a fair chance to show the stuff
that Is in him.
VHH ULOUU.
Ret Rill n million ho doesn't
know the color of his own blood. It
can not ho blue yet Bill may be
one of the blue-blooded -aristocracy.
Ask him if his blood is nil one color
and bet him'n million. Then ex
plain that it isn't. The blood in
the arteries is n bright red; that in
tho veins n dull red. Tlio former i3
charged with oxygen, tho latter with
carbonic acid. How can Bill tell a
vein from nn artery? Tell him that
veins, when piiObed, do not fill from
above; because blood in tho veins is
always Becking the heart. This sim
ple fact is worth knowing in case
of an accident.
To Whom It May Concern.
The tlrm lieriDfcrc known as
Skanchy & llcrnston, contractors and
builders, has been dissolved by mutual
consent. O. C. Bkhnston
I Want Column
M ,, llmlMillMIMl
Wanted- A man and team to haul
lime lock at the Logan Uriel; and
Lime eompsnj w c
Typewriting If jou have anjlhlrg
ou want typewritten telephone mc
your wants. Hell 'phone 211k. wo
For Sale -.1" acies of good land In
the West Field of Logan. To be sold
In pieces iosult (he buyci. Come
early and get your choice. Apply to
Wlllalm Greaves, fiufl West 'J ml South
street Logan.
Secondhand typew liter for sale.
Cheap Apply A If. Lundahl at Ititcr
Pros Drugcompmy wo
For Rent Highl-ioomcd house wlih
lot and barn; will lent all the rooms
0, part of them Apply to L'lil South
First Kast; Hell phone a'J2v. wo
For Sale Lucerne and timothy hay
and straw. C. Railing, 310, So. Main;
Indepcnt 'phono 342, Rell lOOx. wc
DON'T YOU DO 1T,-Ruy land or
city property until you seo tho bar
gains I have to dispose off. James
Mllllgan, Smlthticld, Utah. 5
First class sand dcllvi icd to any
part of town. W. T. Urown, Ind
'Phono 224. wo
II J. Hansen, Wcstllcld, city scaven
ger and back-yard woik. Hell 'phone
112z
The Palace Restaurant
is now run In connection with the
CHICAGO Meat Market, which gu
arantees everything tD be the best."
We ghe you all you can eat.
Dettei Service.
Better Cooking
Better Coffee
Better Bread
than any restaurant west of Chicago.
Kverythltig new, neat, clean and up-to-date.
Tho best dinner in tho city
for 2,')C. Wo don't want you to go out
hungry.
Iluttcballc & Sorcnson, Proprietors
Shoe Bargains!
Men's $3.50 Dress Shoes and Oxfords in patent i
leather, box calf and vici-kid, newest styles and lasts, 3
all sizes, on sale at $2.45 J
Ladies' $1.50 Oxford Ties, neat style, flexible soles, (
high and low heels, now - - - $1.1 5
Misses and Ghildren's Strap Slippsrs or Oxford Ties,
neat styles with patent leather tips, sizes S 1-2 to 11 at
95c. Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 - - - - $i-iO :
Misses and Children's solid leather Lace Shoes, well ij
made and good wearers, sizes 5 to S, sale price 60c j
Sizes 81-2 to 11, sale price - - 85c 1
Sfzes 11 1-2 to 2, sale price - - - $1.00
Infants soft sole' shoes, very pretty styles in red,
white, pink, bine, tan and black - - - 25c
1 ' " yyj " If
I Opposite the Tabernacle I j
I T H E ONE PRICE STORE j j
- f
6!fe; California
BfTffiYf1t' ws '' in every tin
I iM'-T. "' ' V J. A. FOLGER & CO'S
I Golden Gate Coffee
I SOLD ON MERIT
I J. A. FOLGER & CO.
I Established 1050 SAN FRANCISCO,
I
RICH Oil iuW
Rich or poor alike are habitually constipattd.' It poisons the
entire system, the train of cils that follow is almost limitless. It
slays its victims by thousands, although some other name goes into
the death certificates. Drugs will not cure. Throw physic to the
dogs. Eat foods of a laxative nature like
DR. PRICE'S
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
FOOD
which is so highly nutritious will in itself support life and by its
daily use prevent constipation.
Palatablo-Nutrltlous Easy of Digestion and Roady to Eat
Can b ttrved hot. Put In a hot oven lor a lew mlnutos; or cook In boiling milk (0 a mush.
IOC' 8 package. ForSalebylvare tf ffifo "
Dr. Price, the fmout food expert! the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Halting Powder, Delicious
Plavorloz Extracts, Ico Cream Sugar and Jelly Deiserts, has never been compelled,
notwithstanding strenuous Pood laws, to chance any or his products. They have always
conformed to their requirements. This is an absoluto euarantee of their quality and purity.
To All Students.
There Unoihlni; n, ore appropriates for a Graduating Gift than a
Handsomely buind lieautlfully Illustrated Hook. In fact it Is tlio
COKUKCT 'I HI NO A
Wo have a line nssoitment to select from, and will be pleased to
show them 105011
WILKINSON & SON
Opposite the P. O. Logan, Utah.
Just issued A vest pocket size of the Hook of Mor
mon. Price $1.00. Limp lent her binding.
Read The Republican if You want" the News

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