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VOLt U LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902. NO. 15. '
We will sell
to every customer buying $5.00 worth of goods
AT ONE TIME FOR CASH
OiC POUNDS OF tff
SUGAR FOR 4
UNION MERCANTILE CD
Gl-53 MAIN STUEET "II fl " LOGAN, U T A II
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READ SOME OF OUR BARGAINS.
40 Bars Laundry Soap $1.00 20 bars for COc
20 lbs Sago 1.00 10 lbs. " 50c
20 lbs Tapioca 1.00 10 lbs. " COc
10 lbs. Rice 1.00 8 lbs. " 50c
10 lb. package Raisins 1.00 5 lbs. " 50c
10 lb. p'k'gc Currants 1.00 5 lbs. " 50c
8 lbs. Lion Coffee 1 00 4 lbs. " 50c
8 lbs. Arbuckle Coffee 1.00 4 lbs. " 50c
Citron Peel 15c per lb.
Lemon 1'ecl 15c per lb.
Goods may be bought in the Dry
Goods Shoe grocery and glassware de
partment and added together to make j
a $5 00 purchase and then get 25 lbs 1
I of sugar for $1.00 1
Cash Sale! Positively No Credit! I
Useful Ohrisfjias Presents
L D S MWINTER SiIk
suTr 4iiiS "
in great variety. We can sove you
money on FURS & &
Our Line of Baby's Silk Hoods, Jackets, Bootees Is Complete, See
us for Xmas presents for all, &'
Logan Knitting Fact Vy
8J-83 North Main Street.
I W M. SMITH. " " JAMES SMITH.
Lumber, Lath, Doors, Sash and Mouldings.
Ready-Mixed Paints , lis, Glass, Bills and all
Kind of Builder's Hardware,
-.,!,,..., ,aM1 . Shingles $1.85 pr thousand
5 (M'.ip mill Ynrils, 133 P. Mnln. Logan.
f in ii '
, ' Martin Rlgby of Newton and Joseph
1 KnowlcsJr., were seen on our ntreets
I together on Wednesday. These two
I gentlemen labored together in tho
I Lancashire Conference England as
I missionaries for n..1y two ycars-prc-
I sumo they were comparing by .contrast
I v- their prrsi-nt surrounding " 'Mt
(yio Old England.
Tho cold weather has had a verj
benelicial cfttct upon tho roads, and
a? a result the pcoplo from the coun
try are coming to town to do their
Christmas trading,. The merchants
are praying that the cold map will
continue all winter if trade will con
tinue m good a It ha been the last
What is the Reason?
Two or threo bulsness men were
discussing the local llnaucial situation
on the street today. All agreed that
wc had had a ery prosperous season,
and that there are a great many peo
ple In the community that arc pressed
for money to meet their obligations
and wondered what the cause -was.
One of them wasof the opinion that
the people had not been economical
enough but had over reached them
selves. Another stated thst the real
cauw; was the Implement houses and
the Life Insuianco men, that the
people had been talked Into pniehas
ing machlneiy, buggies etc that they
could hae gotten along eiy well
without, that they had given their
notes and assumed obligations that
they could not now meet without
borrowing, and It was causing them
a good deal of trouble to raise the
There Is no doubt but what there
is more tntth than poetry in this
statement, but it seems that the bulk
of the people will never learn how to
say no, and mean It. They can usually
be talked Into almost anything and
if they were not tied up with imple
ment notes, they would be investing
on a rubber farm In Mexico or South
America somew here.
If any ono has money to Invest there
arc Just as good openings right hcic
In this alley as any where else on
earth' and the returns will be just as
large and Just as sure.
We wish the people would consider
these things for their own good. Debt
is an awful buulen at best, if wc
would be happy wc must keep out of
Benjamin Curtis Dead.
Hcnj.unin Curtis who died at Pies
ton in the eaily part of the week and
who was brought hoio for burial, was
forsomcjcaisa lesldcntof this city.
He was born in Alicganey County,
New York, Jan. 12, 1S28, and giew up
in the rclgon made famous by the
ev cuts tiansph Ing there, in connection
with the bringing forth of the Hook
of Moimon and the consequent oilgen
of Mormonlsm. Mr. Curtis used to say
that he didn't know anything about
Joseph Smith and the plates he claim
ed to recehe, but the -subject was often
discussed in the nelghboihood wheie
he lived, dining his boyhood, and he
had once visited the hill Cumorah out
ofcurlosity and he had seen evi
dences that there had been a holo dug
in the hill at the spot wheie Joseph
Smith claimed tho plates had been
bulled. AVhether tho hole' had been
dug theic by Smith or some one else
he could not say.
In later years he man led a sister of
C. W. Caul and removed to Grand
Rapids, Michigan, where they lcslded
for a number of yeais. They came to
to Utah In 1884 and located hi this City
where they remained for six years,
then removing to Preston where he
has since resided.
Sngar Factory at Ulackfoot
A dispatch from Hlackfoot to the
Tribune announces that Soren Han
sen has made llnal arrangements for
building a sugar factory In Snake Riv
er valley. Five thousand acres of
beets have been contracted. Work on
tho factory will commence at once.
Tho plant will be Installed by Dyer &
Co. of Clcvland Ohio.
A chamber of Commerce has been
organized at Hlackfoot to assist Mr.
Ilansen in promoting the beet indus
try and to Induco Immigration to the
Coming To Utah.
Portland, Me., Dec. 10. Mrs. Flora
Llbby and Mrs. Blanchard, two Port
land women, are preparing to move to
Smithflcld, Utali, near Salt Lake;
where they will take up farming on
thu property of Mis. Claud Anderson
daughter of Mrs. Llbbv. Mrs. Blanch
: ard lias lived in her Portland home
. stead for half-century, and her deter
mination in leaving behind all ties
and associations that such a long re
sidence have cri'atcd Is commented
Pocket Nnlves fiom Cc to $2.00.
Table cutlery from 50c to $10.00 set.
Rogers' Rest (piallty Silverware.
Nicklo Silver Spoons, Tea and Cotfee
Pots, Kettles, Child's Sets, Crumb
Tra)s, etc. Fancy Lamp3, Silver
mounted Brushes, Combs, Mlrrois.
Carving Sets, Skates, Sleighs, and In
numerable other goods suitable foi
Christmas presents. Have you seen
tho war vessel In our window?
R. Lafotmt and Co.
!W CENTER. ST.
The Election Contest.
The action of Allen and Farrell in
Instituting piocecdlngs against An
derson and Larscn with a view to
ousting them from the olllces to which
they luncheon elected, has been pret
ty thoroughly discussed by both Dem
ocrats and Republicans the last few
da) s. The action Is pretty generally
condemnied. Some Democrats assert
that even If the suit were successful It
would lesult Injuriously to the Demo
crats In the futuie. The charge that
theic wcie Illegal otescast and count
ed for the Republican nominees, and
legal otes tlnown out that should
have been counted for the Dcmociatlo
nominees in all the pielncts,. does not
reflect cry great credit on tho loyalty
and Intelligence of (lie two Democratic
Judges that lepicscnted their paity In
those preclnts. In some sections a
statement like that would be taken as
a include to iiu elTort to steal the elec
tion, and some discussion was indulged
In on the stieet alongtliis line; but wc
do not believe the plaintiffs in the
case would be guilty of such an act;
and ccn If they were so disposed It
could not succeed under existing con
ditions. Thodavs of the ballot box
stulllng Is piactically ocr in Utah.
As wc understand It the suit is bas
ed principally upon the supposition
that Illegal votes were cast for Ander
son and Larscn, but from the fact
two Democratic Judges at each polling
place passed on those votes as legal
and ccrtilied to the returns as true
and correct, it is hardly probable that
that a contest will change the result
materially. If there was illegal votes
cast In the election at all, the chances
arc that. a thorough examination will
reveal the fact that as many of them
were cast for Allen and Faircll as
If this should be the result as now
seems piobable the plaintiffs will be
loudly condemmed for biinging a suit
that means annnojaucc and expense,
Pending the tight in the couit An
derson and Larscn will take possession
of their olllces on January tlrst, and
it the old law term that possession
Is nine points in law counts, they will
remain there a long time.
0. Y. College Notes.
The new telescope of the collego
arrled last Saturday.
Mrs. Em mn ICcwley Osborn, former
ly a teacher In the college, spoke in
chapel on Monday on the duties of
students In the home.
The class of 11)0.5 entertained the
faculty Tuesday evening In a banquet
Judge John 13. Boothc of Provo
addressed the students in chapel Wed
nesday morning. His subject was the
prcpaiatlon of the student.
Prest. W. C. Paiklnson of Ilyrum,
and Riley Dixon, a teacher at College
Ward, visited tho college Wednesday.
Wednesday evening the pupils of the
training school rendered the following
Christmas program in the large chapel
of the college:
Song "Star of tho East"
Prof. W. O. Robinson
Invocation D. C. Jensen
. . .Members of 7th and 8th Grades
Stoiy, "Tho Christ Child"
Operatic, "A Christmas for Santa
The largo hall was filled to Its ut
most capacity by parents and students
who seemed very much pleased and
lntcicstcd In the excellent program.
Tho Senior and Junior Basket Ball
team played a match game Thursday
at 4 o'clock p. m. It tallied 17 to 11
In favor of the Seniors.
The class of 1000 gave a basket party
In the gynmaslum Thursday. It prov
ed a perfect success both socially and
Friday morning Santa Clause called
at the training school aud gave each
pupil a present.
The teachers and students met in
college chapel at 11 a. in. Friday, after
which the following Christinas pro
giam was rendered:
Song College Choir
Invocation W. K. lluinham
Selection College Brass Band
Christmas Story Miss Stocks
Quatettc, "Christmas Story"
Mr. Hcndeison, ' Mr. Burnham,
Mlts Peart, Miss Farr and Miss
The Star of the East. Earnest Pearson
Violin Solo David Smith
Clulstnias Wishes Prof. Ridges
Selection College Oichestra
Clnlstmas Greeting. Prof. Cliambeilln
Selection College Brass Band
Song College Choir
Benediction J. A. Hendilckson
College closed today until Januaty
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L. I). S. Woolen Garments Fiom $l.f0 and up. H
K Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00 Suit. H
Bojs' Heavy Fleeced Underwear r() Suit.
fi 1 1 Ladies' Union Suits From CO cts up. H
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UlCfKSf Heel and Toe, are without doubt the
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I CACHE KNITTING WORKS. H
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-u g Is at our door and It is timo for you to bV
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hTJ 1 1 ea have the CELEBRATED G. F. GUN-
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jnh Finest collection of H
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Sti f H M . ij I tion of our stock will convince you. bB
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HUT HOW GOOD." Yours for M
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