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HI Former Prices!
Ono of the Lending Furnltuao
H? Houses In northern Utah.
Hfj Wu Tiro not to bo undersold.
H& Come once mid you will come
St. Clair and Grand
H Superb Ranges
j arc unexcelled and suit all
1 j that buy.
All Furniture, Stoves, Ranges
's delivered and set up ready
1 ' for
M Satisfaction assured. Don't for-
1 -4 got that wo arc
Hj Headquarters for Chrlst-
H1 mas Toys.
HJ East Side Main Street,
i Opposite Hanks Hetel.
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B I For all North l'aclllo Coast Points:
H Portland, Seattle,
V Spokane, Tacoma.
H THE SIIOKTKST, QUICKEST, SAF-
l EST; ELEGANT EQUIPMENT...
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HI SERVICE BETWEEN SALT
I LAKE CIT V AND PORTLAND
M I. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A.,
Kn , Salt Lake City, Utah
P ' W. W. WOODSIDK, Agct, Logan.
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" Wheat 70c bu. 3
H Oats $1.U' cut. 1
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In a recent conversation with David
Itceso we learn that he and his family
arc very much concerned over the
attempts made lately by some design
ing person, to burn up his premises.
Ho has received anonymous letters
threatening to burn him out of bouse
and home, and since tho attempt has
been made twice with partial success,
and may bo repeated at any time, It
has a tendency to keep tho old people
nervous. The thought that you may
awaken at any hour of the night and
find your homo enveloped In Haines is
not a very comfortable fooling to say
the least. These people are old timers
here, in fact the llrst white people to
locate and make a homo hero. They
have always been quiet, Inoffensive
citizens esteemed and respected by all,
and in their declining years should bo
allowed to live In peace. "Wo hope,
and feel sure, that the olllccrs will do
all In their power to bring the guilty
persons to Justice, in which efforts
they will bo sustained by tho entire
The Senate held a secret session
Tuesday for tho purpose of discussing
the Venezuelan question. It was tho
prevailing opinion of tho Senators pre
sent that Uncle Sam would not object
to measures taken by European na
tions to collect honcst.dcbts duo from
South American republics, so long as
nothing was done to interfere with
our liitcrpcrtatlon of the Monroe
Doctrine. At tho same time there
was a tone In all tho speeches that In
dicated that the speakers (lid not look
with favor upon the presence of for
eign llects In American waters, and
they urged the administration to keep
a watchful eye on the proceedings of
tho Allies and loso no time in strength
ening our own coast defenses. Eng
land and Germany would have no
more hesitancy to bombard our towns
should occasion arise, than they did
Puerto Cabcllo the other day, and wo
should be prepared. "Wc all know tho
jealous feeling common to all Europ
ean nations against us. They view
with alarm our national growth, our
great strides towards commercial
supremacy and above all they hate our
Institutions, and arc angered at what
they term our meddling in tho affairs
of the world. So long as these aro
their feelings towards us wo should
maintain a watchfulness on all their
acts where American Interests arc
concerned, and bo prepared for any
emergency that might arise.
Our National Greatness.
There is something enchanting in
this great land of ours that appears
to stimulate and sot In motion all, the
abilities possessed by her people. Their
greatest delight Is to Impress tho
foreigner that our country is tho best
and greatest of all. This is not confin
ed to the native born citizen, for those
who become naturalized citizens soon
become Imbued with this same feeling.
No people under any govcrment aro
our equal In loyallty and lovo of coun
try. While Internally wc may differ
In political and religious views, when
an emergency arises where tho patri
otism of all Is required to meet the
Issue, local differences aro swept aside;
and as a solid phalanx wc go forward
each ono tilled with a spirit of rivalry
and determination not to bo outdone
In bravery and devotion for country.
With this feeling and spirit amongst
the people, combined with a reveren
tial admiration throught Our domains,
it is no wonder that our country
those United States Is the greatest
land on earth, lion. Ludlvig Max
Goldberger, of llerlln, Royal Privy
Councilor of Commcicc has furnished
some statistics which should bo of
Interest to our people, coining from
such a noted oillcial of Germany. Tho
following arc the excepts therefrom:
Tho United States with Porto Rico,
Hawaii and the Phlllipiuc Islands,
has a population of about 83,000,000
which Is about 5 per ccntof the worlds
While having but r per cent of tho
worlds Inhabltuntst, wo own 25 per
cent of its cultivated area.
Fiom 1S0.1 to 1!)00 the worlds pro
duct Ion of corn was Kl.d billion
bushels. The United States pro.
ducted out of this VIA billion -bushels
or 75 per cent of tho corn crop of the
From lb!)il to 1000 tho United States
produced 20.7 per cent of tho worlds
wheat. During tho some period out
of 11.7 billion bushels of oats tho
United States yield was 3.74 billion
bushels which Is about 2.".5 per cent
of alio worlds crop'.
If Uoii the United States produced
HO per cent of this product and steel
42 per cent.
During lb05 tho United States con-'
tiollcd more than one half of tho
w oi Ids production. Since that tltno
it has gradually increased.
It Is estimated the Uhlted States
produced 20 per cent of the lead of tho
Tho world's output for'00 and 'U was
2iVi million dollars of gold and silver of
which the United States pioduced 111
per cent of gold and X per cent of silver.
0. K. STOHE.
12." suits of men's bo. sand children's
clothes to be sold positively
at hair price bp January 1, 1003. Wo
need tho loom for Dry' Goods and
Groceries which wo shall sell ex
' II. J. Nkii.si:n. .
mtltty of"(lii. foiiBlHwfriiluiT nmOlW- T
ENQLI8H AT FOREIGN HOTELS.
Fearful and Wonderful Combinations
That Are Formed.
Many Boms of tho curious KngllBh
of foreign hotel keepers hnvo been
Riven to tho public. Among tho best
1b the talo of tho host of a well-known
establishment In Qrccco, who wns
wont to greet his guests In an effu
sive mannor with: "What you pre
fare n blf-tek or a chlck-hcn7"
Their astonishment at tho mastery
of the language was frequently deep
oned when, upon their return to tho
hotel a few hours later, thoy found
nothing prepared. It was his only
English sentence, and ho did not un
derstand a word of It.
This, however, Is not qulto equal
to the placard In the possession of a
naval ofQcer Just returned from Kgypt.
He procured It at a cafo chantant In
Alexandria, It was printed In several
languages and this Is the English part:
"Evory of tho consummations of the
coldness, ono plastro besides. Every
of the claim to bo addressed directly of
tho direction, During of tho repeti
tions the price of consummations to
bo tho samo that In every tho other's
With tho aid of tho parallel pas
sages In other languages tho mean
ing Is found as follows: "All Iced
drinks ono plastro extra. All com
plaints Bhould bo mado nt tho ofllce
Notwithstanding tho performnnco tho
prices will bo the samo as those of
other cafes." Stray Stories.
OUR HORSES ARE FAVORED.
There Is a Good Demand Abroad for
American Bred Steeds.
That American horseflesh Is rap
idly growing In favor In foreign mar
kets statistics proved. Within tho last
six years Great llrltnln alono spent
$35,000,000 In tho United States In
tho purchnso of horses, Independent
of tho many millions which she spent
for mules. Last year not loss than
75,000 horses wcro shipped from this
country to England.
Until 1895 tho exportation of horses
from tho United States was not an
Important Item, but since then It has
grown Into something enormous, nnd
Great Britain Is only ono of tho many
foreign countries whoso recognition
of tho superiority of American horse
flesh Is attested by largo purchases.
During the last six years American
shipments of horses to other coun
tries havo been ns follows: South Af
rica, 87,405; Canada, S.43S; Cuba,
4,438; China, 2,317; Philippines,
1,578; Japan, 1,535; British Columbia,
7!5; British West Indies, 109 nnd
Qermnny, Franco, Russia and Aus
tria aro Hkewlso Included among tho
numbor of foreign purchasers of
American horseflesh, but thoy havo
Just boguu to mako purchases and
havo only Invested up to this time In
Lemons for Rheumatism.
Tho Idea of treating rheumatism
with lemon Julco appears to havo had
Its rlso In Germany. Tho method
consists of swallowing the Juice of one
lemon on tho first day, and two on the
fecoml day, and so on progressive up
to twenty-flve lemons. When this
limit Is reached tho number of lemons
is progressively diminished.
M. Desplats of I. tile, has recently
adopted this treatment with some nt
his patients who are suffering from
articular rheumatism. In one caso Uio
patient was ablo to drop the treatment
at three lemons. In another ho suc
ceeded In affecting a euro at twenty
fivo lemons so completo and bo per
sistent thnt at the end of ten months
tho patient had not once had an at
tack, wherens provlously ho had suf
fered periodically every month. Tho
third caso was one of ankylosis, so
bad that the patlout could not dress
himself without help. To-day ho has
almost entirely recovered tho use of
bis limbs and Is freo from pain.
Old Inn With a History.
Tho navon Inn, an old hostelry at
Hook, near Ilaslngstroke, England, Is
ndvertlsed for sale, Tho Inn was built
cln 1C53 and still retains Its quaint old
half-Umbered work, overhanging
jnblus and small windows. Tho houso
gained a wldo,notorloty in tho latter
part of the eighteenth century during
tho American war of Independence
through being the rosldonco and
plneo of capture of tho famous "Jack
tho Pnlntor," who roused tho wholo
country In 1770 by his dullhcrato at
tempts to flro dockyards nnd shipping.
Ho succeeded at Portsmouth, where
$300,000 dnmago was dono, also at
Bristol, but was foiled at Plymouth.
So great was tho scare that In r6
iipouso to a rownrl of $2,500 offorod
by Uio governmont for his capture tho
wholo country was on tho alert and ho
was run to earth nnd captured In this
interesting old houso and ovontually
hnngod and glbboted at Portsmouth.
His real mimu was James AltUcn,
Col. William G. Price, Jr., of tho
Third regiment, sat in his tent ono
day last woclc attending to official
business, when ho heard ono of tho
iron, a teamstor, swearing llko a Hes
sian, says tho Philadelphia Times. Ho
rocognlrod tho volco, nnd determined
to reprove tho man at tho llrst oppor
tunity. Ho had not long to wait.
"John," ho called; "como hero," John
icspondod with n military Baluto, and
stood beforo his Colonel unflinching
I ly. "John, did I not hear somo ono
1 owoaring dreadfully down tho hill a
j llttlo whllo ugo?" "Yos, Colonel;
that was mo." "Yon, John; I am sur-
prised. Don't you roraembor that I
, was to do tho swearing for tho Third
regiment?" "Yes, Colonel, I know;
but, you soo, I was coming up tho hill
with a big load, nnd tho trnco broko,
Tho nwearlng had to bo dono right
i away, nnd you wasn't there to do It,"
f r wtoiiii "f Hnl'i'P lvlnir cnntlrunn1' ! I'
Time Begin to Think of Xmas
presents now. If you begin to select them now your task will bt much easier,
and as stocks arc more complete now your selections will bo bettor. Our lino
of HOLIDAY DRY GOODS Is very complete and is ready for your In- i
Logan Dry Goods Co.
Ladies' Warm Slippers
make a good Christmas present and in this line of goods wo lead them all.
Newest designs and colorings and all kinds of toes. Prices arc 75c, 81.00, 81.25,
and $1.50 ,..'
Logan Dry Goods Comply
Thomas & Odell.
C. H. BAKER,
13 West Center Street,
Opposite Thatcher Bank.
Shoe Repairing a Specialty!
John H. Anderson
IN Z C M I BUILDING.
Special sale now on in Shoes
and Clothing. We will save
you money &
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Xmas Specialties! :'T L
I Just tr.ived Nothing Better for Presents fu!
1 A largo lino of Neckwear, Gloves, Suspenders, Silk Mulllers and Handkerchiefs. $l-!l I M
I Bright, New, and Varieties Enough to Suit the Most Fastidious JMrTwK
1 QUr jnes of specialties aro yet unbroken.. iK'iJrm 'IM$Mr
I oS3lk Walk Over Shoes for men. A"G Shoe for $3.50. Hlw WKf
1 W -2stylcsjustlntochoosofrom. NothlngHetter. S wj' vMn
i Sksa Queen Quality Shoes for women. Host $:i.00 I: im i4
J iZ Shoo on earth ! m Tl
ffi pf1nti Isaac Ferris and Little lied School House Shoes i W JWli
B rVy&xH for children. Nothing hotter, and prices and Jt' oatiii 1
i Mirw(j i quality defy competition h 2 1
1 I My T?M 1 llemeinbcr wo guarantee these goodsand cheer- I'VJaOvLiA
i ' ffli oM. fully refund your money If not entirely satis- IV. sti&l A
I B , JW Seasonable Goods, Hubbcr and Felt Goods, Urn- ill snil
1 VI J lfm. brcllas, Ulsters, Overcoats, Heavy Weight M
H Hi- il , VtMv Suits, and Underwear. Stock still complete, 111 fcl
U V MWM&L mA prlees "n1 uu:,1,ty ,lefy competition U J
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C I l!- . Main Street. LOGAN, UTAIJ. , ' ! 1
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