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H SALTED VHALC.
M Some Say It la Dcttcr Than Poor M Salted Geef. H i Tlio prcRorvntlon iiml exportation of H , wlialo mcnl Ih boromltiK n bis Indus- 1 try In pttitH of the (Julf or St. Law- H I rencc. Tor some tlnm pnst 111" Usher- H I men of (limpo havo been In tlio habit H of Baiting down poitlnn? of tho meat fl of tlio vvhnlo for tlieli own two when M short of other food, but now It Is found M I that tho art Mo Is oiiKorl consumed H . by sonio or ,,ie South American peo H I plea nnil corscrpientb It l becoming H qulto an article or commerce H I One rotnpnn) hns ivstabllHlietl a largo H plant on nn It laud In thu region known H as Seven IsIiiikIh, in the north of tho H Onir or St Lnvvicnrn. and maintains n H lugulnr wlm'iiiu' xti'.imei to llll and H tow In tho whale" to the l.utory Two H xpccleti or whales ate taken, tlio humped bark and the sulphur bottom B They aro bo i 'enilftil tlm' Mump Is no H (lllllcult in KiIIIiik and l ivvIiik to tho H factory otio n iln, whldi Is all that H tho prcs( nt rnpnHly of the fnrtoiy ran H accmnmodat' Cadi wl 1e Is valued H at .ibout $2,0 0 p.o th.U tho buhlucsM is H n very lucrative one H l"ormeil all tho flush went Into H gimno, whkl Ir woith $M to $''"' n H ton Now, 1 uover, tin pt I mo meat H ' Ih nil salted 'own for food, and excel- H ' lout eating It make?, too, for thoso H who like It, au ontendlni; that It Is H k superior to tho eoaiser Trades of beef H salted In ban els, especially when used H In Blows and hashes, oi bet veil up as H corned uoof H t China la i ild to offer nu excellent H market for ' io meat, but nt present H tho initial c nipany In tho St Law- H ioiico, whir! U likely to bo foon fol H lowed by severnl others, has a demand H for all that Is tan ship to South H America, 1 STORK FAMILY IN PERIL. H Two Turkish Soldiers Rescued the H Birds in the Nick of Time. H I onco witnessed a pIi.iiiiiIiik little? H xceuo at a flro which v.'.' ranlim lu H Knitlkoti). A pall or mo. let had built H their nest of dry Iminrlu s on tho top H or a chliiiuev stack, and tho mother H hlid had tw- joiihr ones to provide H for, says Clnnihoi's Journal One .May night a Hie luoko out at tho far H , end of tlio street, and a strong wind H droe tlio flames from houso to home. H until tho nest was threatened H i In tho brilliant glare of tho burning H street tho motior lilid was been stand H ing mi'i the nest with wide out B stretched, auheiing wings Tlio cln B ,' durs and sparks wero II) lug all oor HJ her, hut that mother loo which tho HI ' boasts of the Held and tho blrd3 of U I tho nlr 'display lu common with sen Bj tient human beings rorbado hoi lie HJ ' sort her oung ones In tho hour of HI peril Tho rrond became quite ex H cited, and there wero calls for a HJ f lesctie This was a task that luoHed HJ ' ilangor, for the house was already HJ , burning HJ ' Two Tttrnlsh soldiers, however, I' rushed Into tho building and made tholr wny to the roof Wo watched hb the pluck Mlows nppioaeh tlio (him HJ I ncy stack, and smliloulj tho stork ills HJ nppoared with an awkward llouiider Hb ' and a piodlglous Mapping of wings HJ . One of tho soldleis liud seized it 1) HJ I Its iingaluly legs while the other ros HI J cued tlio nestlings Tho two men had HI , Just time to gut out of tho building HJ j without having their retreat cut off ..i Hi ! Right on the Spot. HJ I ' A traveling man tolls a story of his Hi pxpcilence while stopidug over In a Hi I little southern rlty He strolled Into H a reataurant and found no ono on duty M excopt a little negro boy, who mairhod H to the side of tho table at which ho H had taken his seat mid stood nt at- HJ teutlon with his ejes Ilxed straight In Hi HJ "Aro )ou the waltoi'" askcsl tho M traveling man HJ "Vas, snh," replied tho boy, without HJ moving a musclo. Hb ,' "I want to give you an order" "Sho!" Hi "llrlng me a slice of Springfield HJ HJ "On de tiro!" HJ i "And a rouplo of eggs poached on M I dlffeient sides" HJ "Comln'!" HJ "And ii hair frj of oystors " HJ "Cooklu'!" HJ "And a cup of coffee." HI "Hyuh now!" exclaimed tho negro, 1 as with a sweep and llotirlsii of his H napkin he was off tow. ml tho kitchen M tf1 A Good Imitator. HJ $ IMouaiil Do lloske Is not only ex- 1 ' ceedlngl clevoi lu siiccussrull) lull M tilting tho voices of people and anl- Hl ( mals, hut can also tmltato a vlolon- Hi i cello, producing with his voice tho Hi t entire range of the Instrument He HJ saB, hovvovor, that to do this ho must H l' nsstimt) tho pohltlou of one ilaIng M tho 'cello, and with his tingeis go HK. through the movomonts ot pl.i)lug I To South America. ,Dr W C Karabeo, of tho antliro g , jiologtcal dopartmunt at Harvard mil- I orilty, with three students, next Jear i vlli conduct a leseaieh expedition I about tho headwaters of tho Amazon. I Tor n tlmo a ujko will bo established at Aronulpn, Peru. Tho part) will be gOIlO thiee )'(lis H I i Not an Ornament, Though. H ' i ', Thy norvous young man backed Into Hi I tlio nearest chad Tlio fair girl Hi )( , glared at him ' Vou'ro n bird." alio HI tried, Bnrcastlc'ully Hi "Why or w hut '" he gasped HH ' "Vou'ro on ni) hat!" eho falily H sUrlokcil. Philadelphia Press. H v Old Wisdom. H ,' Nothing Is ti. ore easy than to do- HH colve ourselves as our atrei tloju aro HH uubtlo per8u.i'iiis Dcmostheucb HH HH ''f Hmk o.vIJIhM, . HnHVHWHHWHBHHHLlir LEGAL NOTICES. PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE. Consult County Clerk or the Respective Stol en for Turther Information. In the District Court, Probate Division In and lor Cache County, Stale of liah. M)TIci:to cui.iimiits I.Malc of Naae I'ulluii. di-ccuMil Crodltert will tirescnt flilniswllli voiipIii ri to tlm uiiilLrsIitnid at tier it ilili nee In I ron ton. In tlioiouut) of Cue hiinnd ntnteof Ulali, on or tx-fore tlm llrst da) of .Muri Ii. A I) IIUi. Ilnte of publication, ) IoIht."!, A II. 1111 AnmiJI llll.U I'viculrlx of IIk Inst will nnd ti statin nt if Isnni t'lilliim, ilri'insul A II. Law. Att(lrmJ for nutate Sale of Delinquent Stoch The Itcnson IrrlKatlon companj, principal place of Inislness, Ilcnson, Cache count), If tali There are rlelliHiiicut on the follow InKdcsorlhciI stock on account of as sessment levied on August L'l', 1IWI, the several amounts set opposite the names of the lespecllve sh.ttchohlcrs, as fohows NiitiiUr of Miaris A moil nl Peter I'rost ,"iS $.U .10 William Catmtil . . -J.-. Vi S .lolm Kecse . . m l.l 00 Ileesc Itrotheis is U oo T. II. Hecse ... II U 00 It O. Iiccso U : 00 And In accordance vvllli law and an order of the Hoard of Directors of said company made on the -2nd day of AitKust, WOO, so niiiti) shaies of each piece of said stock as may be neces sary, will he sold at the residence of S. II Itoundy at Ilcnson, Cache conn' , I'tali, on the 1st. tlaj of Novctr er, 11)00, at the hour of li o'clock ni or said da), to pay the dcllnipient assess ment thereon together with the cost of advertising and expense or sale. S. II ItOUNI), Secretary and treasurer of the Benson Irrigation com pan) Oillce at Hen son, Cache count), I'tali Notice of Assessment. Mlllvllle I iriK.itlnt,' cotnpaii), M 111 vllic, Cache county, Utah Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the direclois hold on the I'tli day of September, 100(1, an assess ment of L'S cents per share, was levied on the capital stock of the corporation pa able on or before the lstday of No vember llNKi, to the secretary, at his residence In Mlllvllle, Utah, Any stock on utile') this assessment may remain unpaid on the 1st of Novembci will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment' Is made before will be sold on the I'Oth day of Novenibei, 1000 to pay the delinquent assessment together with the eost of advertising and ex pense of sale Maiitin Oi.sr.x, secrctar). Notice. I itlta.fl States l.anil Olllt -. Sail Lake I'ltj , Utah, M ntcinlier 171b lt.H, To whom tl mai Mimtru Notliuls lirrthv Riven that tint Statu of Hull lias tiled In tl.li olllu a list of Itmls selictid b) tlio said state, as liuleinnltj -c IkhiI Lands, iinili r si ctlon i of tliu Act of Conurtss. aiiiirovt-U Jills 111 1M4 Tlmfolluw InKtrai ts,t inliraicd In said lists aio found to hew llliln six miles of a inliitiiir loi'ulkin, claim or cntri. vl S!S NVVi anil svv) -F' '-ivtton 'X. T II N It, 1 I'-.S. I. M. (stale No 154) A (inn of said list, so far as It rtlatis to saldlracts.li) disorliitlve miUIUMoiis, lias Iniu )'nnsfi iiiiusly isxleil In this ellli fur Irsmciloii to any ih'isoii liilvrtstid. and li the uulilli L'emralb VVItlilu tlm mm Mill dais folhiwlntr tlio ilutoof this notice, omit r iltparlnit nlal lu strut lions of .lanuarj It), I'w,, nrolt'sts or t nnlt sis autlnst tliu 1 1 at tit of tlio suite to am i.f Ihu tracts or nuIkIIv tslous hurt luts-dirn (It -m rllnd on the uroiind that tin saint Is mere valuable fur mint rat than fur uirrli'iihiiral liuriiosts, vttll be rtcolvid nutl inm-tl fer re iinii to tlittOt in-ral t.anil()llltatVVasilin;tiiu 1) O Talliui) to lirolesV or conttst. wltlilu tin tlmtihHOlll(tl will Ik lousldfrdt siillli I tut evlikint of tin' uon mineral t liaiacter of the trat Is and tliesi'Us-ttonsllii'riuf. In Intc titlii rwlse frte from olijts'tlon, will lit- ni tim mi mlt (I fur aiinvul I'iiank H Hoiiik l.itrMtr Notice of Levy of Assessment. Name of corporation, College ltrl gatlon company; location of principal pl.ico of business, College, ITtah Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors held on the loth day of October, lHOd, an assess ment of 21 cents per share was lev led on the capital stock of tho corpora tion, pa) able November, l.'ith, 100(1, to James Olson, secretary and treasure! Any stock on which this assessment remains unpaid on said day will be de linquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before will be sold on December Ifi, 100b to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with the cost of ad vertising and expense of sale. .Ia.mk.9 OI.MIN Secretary and Treasurer. 1st publication, Oct. 17, last Nov 1". Explaining It. "This talk amont millions o" dollars fur the l'ananm canal gits mo," re marked SI Sloeuui "Thot'u a power o' money fur Jlst u canal." Mebbe," suggested llnbo llobblna, "thoy'io going tcr havo tho towpath as phal'cd. Thet luns Into a toap o' monoy." A Resolution. Proposing rn iiincndineiit to Section 2, Article 10. of the constitution ie latlng to IMucation, Public School Sjstem. Maintenance I He it enacted by the legislature of the state of Utah. Sectlo,) 1 The following proposi tion to amend the Constitution of the State or Utah Is hereby submitted to tlic iua1llled electors of the State of Utah for thclrapproval or disapproval, nainelv: That Section 2, Article 10, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, be amende.! to read as follows: The Public School System shall In clude kindergarten schools, cotrftnon schools consisting of primary and grammar grades, high ' hools, an agri cultural college, a university, and such other schools as the .tgislature may establish Theeomiuni schools shall be free. The othei tleputments of the system shall be su- f rtcd as pro vldcd by law Prov b I that high schools may be tualntn in 1 free In all .llles of the llrst and s tond class now constituting school districts, and In such other cities and districts as may be designated b) the Legislature Hut where the ptoportlou of school monies apportioned ot accruing to anv city or district shall not be stillicient to maintain all the fico schools In such city or district, the high schools shall be supported b) local taxation; Provid ed, that when any cities or districts shall establish high schools, the Legis lature may aitthorlc the use of State school funds to assist In supporting such schools, said funds being appor tioned to the cities or districts con cerned, b) the State Hoard of L'duca tlou. Section 'J The Secretary of State is heieby ordered to cause this pio position to be published lu at least one newspaper In every county of the state where a newspaper Is published, for two months Immediately preced ing the next general election Section 3 This proposition shall be submitted to the eleetots of this State at the next general election for their approval or disapproval All olllcial ballots used at such election shall have printed or written theieou the words "Kor tho amendment to Section i!. Article 10 of the Constitu tion" and "Against th" amendment to Section 'J, Article 10 of the Con stitution," together with such other title designating such amendment as may be provided by law. Said ballots shall be received and said votes shall be taken, counted, canvassed and tin returns thereon be made In the same manner and In all respectsas Is provid ed by law In the case of the election of the slate oillceis Section 4 This amendment, If adopted at said election, shall take cllect and bo In rorco from and nfter the llrst daj of January, A I). I'M)" STATCOl' UTAH. Oillce of Secretary of State. I, Charles S. Tlngev, Secretin)' of Stale of the State of Utah, do hereb) certify that the forgoing Is a full, true and cotrect copy of Resolution pro posing amendment to Section:;, Article 10, of the Constitution relating to Lducation, Public School Svstem, Maintenance, passed at the Sixth regular session of the Legislature of this State In tctlmony vvhcicof, I have here unto set my hand and alllxcd the Great Seal of the Statu of Utah, at Salt Lake City, this 'J.trd day of Au gust, A I) 100(1 C S. Tin o in, Secretary of State A Resolution. Proposing amendments t,o Section :, Article 111, of the Constitution as amended Nov ember (I, 1000, and Sec tion l'J, of said Article i:i n latlng to uniform tax and exemptions there from, and authority of the Legislature to prov Ide for a f tamp tax or a tax bas ed on Income, occupation, licenses oi franchises He It resolved and enacted by tho Legislature.of the State of Utah, two thirds of all members thereof con curring ihetclu: Section 1 The following ptoposl tlou to amend the Constitution of the State of Utah Is hereby submitted to the qualllled electors of tho Statu for their approval or disapproval, namely: That Section .1, Article l.'l. of tho Constitution of the State of Utah as amended November (I, 11)00, and Sec tion 12 of said Article l.'l be and the samo ate hereby amended to read as follows- Section ,i The Legislature shall provide b law a uniform and equal rate of assessment and taxation on all property In the state, according to Its value In money, and shall prescribe by general law such regulations as shall secure a just valuation for taxation of an property, so tti.it, every person ana corporation shall pay a tax In propor tion to the value of his her or Its pro pert): Provided, that a deduction of debits from credits may beatithorled: Provided, further, that the property of the United States, of tho State, counties, cities, towns, school dis tricts, municipal corporations and public llbratles, lots with buildings thereon used exclusively for either religious worship or charitable pur poses, and places of burial not held or used lor private or corporate benefit, shall be exempt from taxation Ditch es, canals, reservoirs, pipes and Humes owned and used by Individuals or cor porations for Irilgatlng lands owned by such Individuals or corporations, or the Individual members thereof, shall not be separately taxed as long as they shall be owned and used ex clusively for sjich purpose: Provided, further, that mortgages upon both real and personal property shall be ex empt from taxation- Provided, further, that the taxes ot the Indigent poor may be lemitted or abated at such time and In such a manner as may be provldedby law 12 (Stamp, Income, license, franchise, or mortgage tax permissible). Noth ing In this constitution shall be con strued to prevent the Legislature from providing a stamp tax, or a tax based on Income, occupatlan, licenses or franchises. Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato is hereby ordoied to cause thesp pro positions to I o published In at least one newsuaper In every county of tho State where a newspayer Is published, for two months Immediately preced ing tho next general election Section l These propositions shall be submitted to the electors of this tate at the next general clertlon, ror thelr approval or disapproval All olllcial ballots used at such elections shall have printed or written thereon, the words, "For the amendments to Sf ctlor. .1, Article i:i, or the: Cotistltii; lion, as amended November (I 100(1 and "Against tho amendment to Sec tion :i, Article HI, of the Constitution as amended November tl, HHXi" also the words "Kor the amendment to Section 1'-, Article l.'l of the Constitu tion" and "Against tho amendment to Section 12, Article 1.1. of the Con stitution" together with such other title designating such amendment as may be provided by law. Said ballots shall bo received and said votes shall be taken, counted, canvassed and re turns thereof be made In the same manner and In all respects as Is pro vided by law In tho case of the elec tion of the state olllccrs, Section 4. These amendments, If adopted at said election, shall take cITectantl be In foice from and after the Hist day of .lantiar), A I) 1007 STATLOL-' UTAH, Oillce of Secretary of State I, Charles S Tin gey, Secretary or State or the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a lull, true and comet copy of a resolution proposing amendments to Section :i, Article 1.1, of the Constitution of the State of Utah as amended November (I, 1U0O. and Section 12, of said Article l.'l relating to uniform tax and Exemp tions therefrom, and authority of the Legislature to provide for a stamp tax or a tax based on Income, occupation, licenses or franchises, passed at the Sixth Kegular Scsslonof the Legist atuioof this State. In testimony wtiereof t have here unto' set mv hand and alllxcd the Great Seal of the State of Utah, at Salt Lake City, Utah, thls2.lrd day of August, A I). 1000 C. S TlNtlBY, Secretary of State. HCLPED STEAL HIS OWN HOQ. Mean Trick Successfully Played on Maine Farmer. A vvoll-lo .if farmer of Gardiner, Mo., vvbh awakened lato ono nlKht about a year ago by somo ono loudly pounding on , is door When ho asked vvh.it was ' nted lib was informed that a lono man was taking n hog to town In n sheep enrt, and In some way piggy had escaped. Would tho farmer lie so kind as to nHslst I1I111 to roloail pigg) In a few minutes tlio farmer came down and made short v. oil. ot loading, plgg) Into tho sheep cait Tho other man, with man) thanks, losumed his Journc), nnd the farnioi wont back to bed Thp nl'xt lornlhg tho tarmor roso caily nnd bagnn doing I1I3 chores. Hy and by It canio piggy's turn to bo ted, but plgg) wac gone A largo gap In the fen co explained his absence Then It dawned upon tho farmer that ho had got up In the night nnd helped steal his own hog Nifjht Working Hens. 'I havo tho smartest tlock ot hens In Kansas Cfty," Haiti a man who lives on Kast Plftcuntli street tlio other dii) "Lay boiled eggs, I suppose." ven tured his friend "No, sir, they don't. Hut the) .havo learned tlio beet time to work and ought to havo credit tor It " "Leum It from you?" "Well, maybe the) did you see," ho continued, "I work nights, nnd when 1 co mo home 011 the two o'clock owl car this morning I was surprised to seo 111) tlock of hens dart ing about under the arc light In trout or the house, catching bugs that wero attracted b) tlio light They may linvo been waiting for 1110, for soon after I enteied the houso they ro turned orderl) to their roosts To day they wore sleepy and didn't leave tho henhouse until afternoon " Kan sas Clt) Star . Silence. "To bo successful In -politics," said tho young man, "I suppose you've got to hoop your wits together at times." "Well," replied the politician, "that's not so Important as to keep your lips together at tho right tlrao." sbpice t erfection Sold on Merit J.A.F0LGER&C k I HighgradS S I I SPICES J 1 1 Always the Same H I J. k Nger s 0 j I San Francisco W 1 1 The FIRST NATIONAL BANK j s S OF LOGAN, UTAH. I . S CAPITAL AND PROFITS $65,000. I Commetclal Hanking In all Its branches. Solicits accounts of Hanks, lllrnis and Individuals and extends to customeis every reason- able courtesy and consideration. Our SAVINGS DLPAUTMKNT a specialty. Wo pay 4 per cent J Interest compounded quarterly. Amounts of One Dollar and up S received on deposit. Conle In and get one of our little savings banks. OPFieEttSt t W. S. McCornlcc, President; James Quaylc. V. President, John II Anderson, 2nd Vice President; Allan M. Fleming, Cashier Ilyiuiri i: Crockett, Assistant Cashier. 9 ! In Birthday Thoughts, are You? I I Thlnklngof what to give at ttic next birthday? Want It to bo an 2 appropriate prescntV-lnexpensive, too? Here aro several suggestions: J A half dozen silver teaspoons, knives or forks, or tho three to- 2 irctlior Or liovvabouta locketV If that seems Insulllcient attach It to one 2 or those guaranteed .-IC Gold chains. Or how would a pair of links do? Or a sc?rf pin or study 2 Otherwise give. 1 bracelet, a ring or brooch. 5 Almost every showcase is brimful of birthday suggestions 2 2 : CARDON JEWELRY CO. -l 2 2 MAIN STREET . J - LOGAN, UTAH 2 (2 The Larger Part of It, Anyhow. Manv n man has beconio possessed of tho Idea that ho Is a humorist mere ly because other people think ho Is funny. Chicago llocord-llerald Chicago Meat Market Is the place to go for all kinds of Family Meats. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of hides Affleck Machine Shop. Co to Allleck's Machine Shop and Foundry foi Iron and Hrass Castings and all kinds of machine repairs, 150 i:. 1st South St. Opposite Central mills Wm. Allleck, Prop. E. J. MERRILL Osteopath. Hcadquaitcrs at Richmond, Utah LOGAN JUNK SHOP Bring all scrap iron, metal, bottles rags and rubbers, tildes and bees vva, I for which wo will pay the highest j cash price Ind ptiono IlTT.Hell phone I 102 146 South Main St. Low Prices! May not cut any figure with yon when buying Hardware, Tools Enaniel.ware)Tinware, or gen eral Household Furnishings, but if they do yon have only to see the prices in onr window and bo convinced that yon cannot buy cheaper any where. We carrj' first quality goods ONLY. R. Lafotmt & Co, 38 West Genter St., Logan. I:Tn'rK,jj-j sviM,iT,mnxwimmm mWmm Mill IIHWIH WOW DS THE TAME TO TAKeI OROMO LAV mm CONTAINS NO QUININE w I It Breaks up Colds Quickly It Stops Headaches Instantly It leaves I no Bad After-Effects like Quinine Preparations Because E THERE IS NO QUININE IN IT I In the Orange Colored Box- 25 cents at all Drug Stores, or by Mall.vl . BROMO CHEMICAL CO., CHICAGO. "( Sold and Guaranteed by Riter Bros. Drug Co. It is Cheaper To Build Your $ Own Home Than Pay Rent. & ;; ' Wc will loan you the monev and you can pay us In T ?,t small amounts monthly about tho samo as paying f tJt rcnt" A X ' When tho security Ih satisfactory you get tho full 'X .'JT ainount of jour loan Immediately. There arc-NO V !f I)M;A S in securing tho cash from this company. ik ' iVohavoan Income of more than $50,000 each inontl- A .. and have money Immediately available- to loan In X Tr Logan I ho interest Is reasonable and the borrow er tt ,tf las a nni'INlTK contract. A ' ' Wo would bo pleased to talk -.villi ou about our plan .'.' 4 v A- 9, Aji 1 jjj Western Loan & Savings Co. I ijj. of Salt Lake City. Resources, $598,000.00 H JjJ Logan Representatives: LOGAN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO" jgJ . jfj