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Hft '' - THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1002. '
Hf' I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN
B uRfl LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH.
H? 1 N. Ralph Moore, Editor and Proprietor, i
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H i Y High Priests Conference.
H r1 Tlicro will be a conference of the
H t llliti Priests' (iiioruin, of t lie IIj rum
H j t Stako of Ion held at the. meeting
H I liouse at llyrutn on Sunday, Oct. 10th,
Bl at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tho public gen-
B I J5 !j erally and High Priests especially are
B fit invited to attend.
H tr ) ANDUHW ANDKU80N,
H f i President.
B l '- Alpiikd Gaudnkh,
B jfc, Secretary.
H i The Republican Ticket.
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B r Gknkual Elkction, Nov. 4, 1902.
H ) (j For Representative to Congress,
H )j i t HON JOSEPH HOWKLL,
H ' of Cache County.
H ""f Tor Justice of the Supreme Court,
H I HON. W. M. McCARTY,
H of Sevier County.
1 For State Senator,
H JIERSCHEL BULLEN, Jit.
B J For Representatives
I). II. KOIIEUTS,
1 " Wji. W. HALL,
1 II. MERRILL.
f i For County Commissioners,
1 THOMAS SMART,
H V C. L. ANDERSON,
H It. A. HENDRICKS.
B ' J. N. LARSEN.
For County Attorney,
B" , ' W. W. MAU01IAN.
B V K For ShcrilT,
H ! FRED TURNER.
H For Treasurer,
M k ' W. C. PARKINSON.
H For Recorder,
H MRS, REBECCA FAMES.
H , For Assessor,
J V ?0?EPH RICHARDSON.
H- j1 For Surveyor,
H " CARL SCHAUH.
H For Justice of the Peace',
H THOMAS X. SMITH.
B For Constable,
1 l JACOII JOHNSON.
PPPJ, I A VOTK KOUTIIK IlKI'llllUOAN TICKKT
PbBBS ' IS A VOTE KOU NATIONAL UONOlt,
PbBBB INTKUlttTV AND I'KOSIM'.lllTV.
PbBBH Now that the Republicans hac
PbbbB! , nominated a county ticket, it is the
PbBBBJ ' ) one essential thing that that ticket be
PBBBBJ elected, and the one and only thing
PbBBBP necessary to insure theelectlon of that
J1 ticket Is for each Republican voter to
l toll up his sleeves and go to work.
PbBBBJ The men nominated aie all good,
PbBBBjJ honest, vv oi thy and conservative cltl-
PbBbH! , I 'ens, and as such deserve the lojal
PBBBBf II support of every tiuc ltepiibllcan.
PbBBBV 1 I There may be differences of opinion as
PBBBBJ 5 , to whether this or that man should
PbBbH i, have been made the candidate of his
PbBBBJ ! party, but since the majority or that
PbBBBJ party has seen lit to place such and
piBBBJ Mich a man on the ticket thcie should
PbBBBI l)e no dilTeicnce of opinion when it
piBBBB comes to the casting of the
piBBBB Personal prejudices should be laid
piBBBB aside and part) success made the foie-
piBBBl most idea. Part) loyalty means per-
piBBBB feet organization, and perfect otganl-
piBBBB nation success sooner or later,
piBBBH whether It be in city, county, state or
piBBBl national alfaii',. Let no side Issue,
PbIbbV peionat animosity, defeated ambition
PbBBBB or an) thing else stand In the uaj of
piBBBB Repoollcau success at the coming
pMBBBB i The Deinociatlc ticket Is composed
PBBBBH j I of fairly good men, and it is not doubt-
PbBBBB ' ' ed that the partv will put up a stioug
piBBBlj ; ? i light to letaln its piestlgc In Cache
piBBBBj county, but it is gencially conceded
PIBBBBJ. that the tide Is against that paity at
piBBBBj the present time, and if the Itepubll-
PbBBBBJ can paity will take this Hood at its
PbBBBBJ height it can ride on to vlctoiy. Onco
PbBBBBJ tiie olllces of Cache count) aie In the
piBBBBJ hands of ltepiibllcan officials, theie
PbBBbM can be little doubt that the paity will
PbBBBBJ- lie able to retain them as long as a
PbBBBBJ careful and Aafc admlnlstiation Is
S given to tho people. The Republican
paity In Cache county has steadll)
h grown from a weak and Haggling
squad to an army of gieat stiength
PbBBBBJ and iMvvei; men have fought and
PBBBBBH stiuggleduiul iiUdesacrillccs, all with-
PbBBBBJ I out reward; shall an) one now lay
PbbBBBI down at the very verge of the piomised
HHk lilntl llIul lerilS0 to enter? Win this
PbKPbJmI b battle and the next light will not be
so hard, for there Is nothing that suc
ceeds like success. Let every Repub
lican feel a personal Interest In this
campaign and do whatever his hand
may llnd to do. No one Is so inslgnlll
cant that he may not do something
and that something may win the
In 1844 or '40, a certain State Sena
tor from a certain district in Indiana,
was elected by one vote. That vote
was cast at live minutes to six o'clock
and by a )oting fellow who during the
day hud decided not to vote, because
he had no shoes to wear to town where
the voting place was located. At a
late hour lie was accosted by two
farmer fi lends riding along In a wagon,
and asked whether ho had voted. The
shoeless )oung man explained the
situation. The older of the two fanner
friends turned to the other and said:
"Won't jour shoes fit this fellow? If
they will, take them off and give them
to him and I'll drive him to town. If
we whip uj) all the way we may reach
the polls befoic they aie closed." The
shoes lit and the drive was made In
record-bieaklng time. As was said
before, that vote cast for that Senator
elected him, but that is not all. The
election of that Senator gave his party
a majority of one in the State Legisla
ture, thus Insuring the election to
Congress of a certain Senator, who
was finally elected by one vote. At
this time, the question of admitting
Texas Into the Union was before Con
gress. When the vote was cast this
Senator from Indiana cast tliodlcisivc
vote, Texas being admitted by one
vote. Thus the seeming of this great
State, may be attributed to the action
of an ordinary farmer who was alive
to his opportunltj.
To Cache Republicans the watch
word should be "Get just one more
vote," and tlicro should be no letting
up until tho polls arc closed.
After Nov. 4th the Democratic party
will still possess an unciovvncd King.
Rebecca Eamcs to beat Jennie P.
Slater for recorder, and theie is little
doubt that tho vote will i.ecord 'cr
If tho Nation may bo taken as
authority, "the logical man" for State
Senator was lwtli elected and defeat
ed at Saturday's convention,
The democrats should put a milrr.le
on Geo. F. Phillips If they tibh.'t want
all of King's arguments exploded.
George proved a "Jolinny-on-spot" at
that Wellsvlllc meeting.
Tho Democratic Rarber may give
liullen a close shave, but "the joung
man from tho H. Y. C." will continue
to keep that Harbor's chair warm dur
ing the next session of tho legislature.
The cheering announcement comes
that tho top notch in the price of coal
hits been leached. It would sound
more cheerful to the suflering consum
ers to hear that the bottom price lias
A vote for the Republican commis
sioners means a vote for road hupiove
ment. Audcison is a capable man,
Hendricks has a very favorable lepu
tatlon as a load builder, and to saj
the least, the other fellow is Sinait.
It Is written that "A. Campbell can
go thiough the cjeof a needle with
gieatei ease than he can cuter the
tieasuiei's oil Ice of Cache eountj-."
The Infeience Is that )ou Will C.
Paiklnson occupjing tho tieasuiei's
chair after the Hist of tho joar.
Since it is a settled thing that ilrj an
is coining to Utah, tho Democratic
paity nianagcis aie endeavoilng to
make ariangement whcieby he ma)
be hustled out of the state as quickly
as possible. The Republicans have
petitioned for him tocomo to Logan,
but the Democrats feel that they
have enough on their hands In Cache.
Even Democrats raise no question
in regard to McCartj's qualifications
for the Supiome Hench. Young's
qualification and litness are ques
tioned by man), whether lightly or
not; so why not elect a man about
whom no question is raised?
The political mud-thiowhig cam
paign Is now open to each candidate
who is mean enough to coin abusive
epithets Tho day of winning votes
by such methods is fast disappearing
among thinking voteis, as no one but
a political demagogue will lesoit to
viiulcut peisoual abuse, and he who
does so questions tho Intelligence of
the people. This also applies to news
papeis of tho )ellow class that shovel
up mud at so much per inch or page
according to the quantity of boodle in
The Representative who is sent to
Congicss this time will bo expected to
woikforan appropriation for Irriga
tion In Utah. It is of vital Interest
to the State of Utah that a laige ap
propriation be secured. If Utah sends
to this ltepiibllcan Congress a Demo
cratic Representative, will that Con
gress reward the State by giving It a
large appropriation? No It will not,
but will cut the appropilatlon as
short as possible. If Joo Howell Is
sent to Congicss the claims of the
State will lie recognised and the Re
publicans will feel like doing some
thing for tho cause here. Why send
King, when lie could do the State no
It Is a fact that a largo number of
trusts w ere In existence before the Wil
son 1)111 became a law. The Democrats
claimed then, as now, that free trade
was tho only remedy. When that
party was given the reins of govern
ment the Wilson bill, a radical ficc
trade measure, was put upon the stat
ute books, yet the record shows that
the trusts stood the test better than
anything else. True, a few of them
"busted," but it lemalns a fact that
almost everything else in the country
was "busted" at tho same time.
Trusts are undoubtedly an evil but
the people of this country prefer the
evil to the remedy suggested by our
The Democratic party put Fred
Tinner up for the thiid term because
he had given the best satisfaction of
any man ever named btforc, and Imj
causelt was felt that he would be
elected. There was a sciap In the
party and every conceivable dlrtj'trick
was done to defeat him, and he was
defeated by CO votes, i Isn't that
something to be proud of. The Dem
ocrats know that Fred Turner knows
all about the Inside workings of that
disrupted organization and know that
If lie Is antagonized very strongly, he
will feel Justllied in laying the Inside
history of the party before the people
a thing that would lay It in the
shade foiever consequently they aie
rather easy on him.
The cat is out of the bag again, and
Judge King is again branded as a pre
varicator. In his Wcllsvllle speech,
the Democratic nominee said In refer
ence to the proposed amendment to
the Constitution, dealing with ti usts:
"Mr. Littlelleld of Maine told me him
self that the proposed amendment was
only introduced for campaign purposes
and that if the Republicans thought
it would tic likely to pass they would
have voted against It themselves."
Geo. F. Phillips, one of Wellsville's
prominent Republicans, vvroto to Mr.
Littlelleld In regard to the matter,
and til? latter renHed.; "I never made
any hucIi statement and his assertion
is Wholly Without foundation." King
misrepresented Uabcock and now It is
proved that ho misrepresented Little
lleld. Can voters afford to place con
fidence in anything he sajs?
W. II. King may be accessible to the
"humblest," etc., and lie may have an
enviable reputation for diligence In af
fairs pertaining to tho vvolfarc of the
common people, but we can cite one
case In Logan where his diligence may
be questioned. A certain widow vvantr
cd a pension and made application
thiough the regular channel. It was
rejected. Friends suggested that she
write to King, Utah's representative
in congress at that time. This was
done and Urcr King writes back a nice
long letter saying that he would get it
through as a special, etc., etc. Noth
ing more was heard of tho matter and
King was written to again, and an
other of those smoothly worded letters
came In lcply. Thematterdrugalong
until the session was over and King
had done nothing. At the next ses
sion of congress the matter was
brought to his attention by Frank
Cannon, then senator from Utah, and
by being pushed and uiged and gouged
and dug at for dajs by a filend of tho
widow in Washington, the pension
was finally seemed. Of what value is
all this vaunted "accessibility" If It
has nogieater fiuit than In this case.
The local Democratic organ sa)s
that Howell was elected to the state
senate in 181)8 by 2!)4 majoilty; also
that I. 0. Thoreson as presidential
elector In WOO received a majority of
208 votes. The editor then attempts
to llgure out that Mr. Howell must
hove lecelved 602 Democratic votes In
lbOS. The Republicans have no desire
to claim more for him than Is just.ly
right, and wo shall here show that the
Journal man's llguics ate as sadly
amiss as nlnc-leiilhs of that papci's
utterances Inn political way. Let X
icpresent tho Republican vote, and
since 2(18 Is given as tho noimal Dem
ocratic majoilty, let X phis 208 icpic
sent the Deinociatlc vote. It Is then
plainly to bo seen that In order for Mi.
Ilovvell to seciuo a majoilty of 21)1
votes he would only have had to sc
enic 271) Deinociatlc votes or In other
words he would only have had to trans
fer to himself the Usiui' Democratic
majority of 208 votes plus half the dif
ference between 2C0 and 2!)l, which
makes 270. The Journal's promises,
statements and flguics will bear Investigation.
When Democratic papers and Dem
ocratic speakers quote Mr. Uabcock of
the Republican party they should be
careful to quoto coi rectlj. Just a few
dajs ago Mr. King credited certain
statements to Mr. Uabcock, and that
gentleman sent a telegram In reply to
Inquiries, in which he biandcd Mr.
King as an untruthful man. It Would
bo well for the voters to carefully ex
amine all of Mr. King's statements,
for that worthy gentleman might
make many such mistakes.
The local Democratic organ gloats
over the idea that the present Super
intendent of Rural Free Delivery is a
Democrat and has held that position
during two Republican administra
tions. This is a fcood word for the
Republican partj', for even Democrats
will recognl7o such action on tho part
of tho Republican party as indicating
a breadth and capacity of mind not
often demonstrated by Dcmocracj'.
Tho Republican party Is able and will
ing to recognize elllclency and capabil
ity and is neither too hide-bound nor
narrow-minded to reward the same
when found in a person of opposite
political faith. It is for capability
and elllclency in all departments of
The attention of Cache county voters
Is called to that portion of the Republi
can platform reading as follows:
"We are In favor of a business like
and economical admlnlstiation of
county alTairs; we believe the expenses
of the county admlnlstiation can lie
materially reduced. Wo view with
alarm the Increasing tax rate despite
the fact that the assessment and valua
tion of county propeity have material
ly Increased. The present state of the
county loads is most deplorable and
this convention demands of its candi
dates for county commissioners a moie
judicious expenditure of tho county
funds In keeping the roads hi proper
Tho conditions mentioned above arc
familiar to every citizen of the count j.
The county's alfalrs have not been
conducted as they might be, and there
is little doubt that the voters will
iemedy tho evil by electing the Re
publican candidates for commissioner.
They are good, solid, substantial busi
ness men who know and understand
the county's needs; men who can and
will give the county a business like
Tuesday's Journal prints a cartoon
that ought to make an Indian cigar
sign angry enough to buist a blood
vessel, and then sa)s of tho subject,
George C. Rlgby: "Mr. Rlgby has. a
common school education ample for
the clerical requirements of tho olllcc
and is brave, fearless, cool and as
tute." Brave, is he? Yc gods and
llttlo fishes, what Is the world coming
to? The Journal must be taking its
cue from King's tactics In misstating
mutters- How about that little bluff
that was worked on him by a fellow at
Cache Junction, whom he was going
to arrest for robbing a Jap? Tills oc
curred not more than a year ago and
is still fresh In the minds of the peo
ple. And then again, why didn't Rig
by go after the fellow that robbed and
beat a Cache' Junction saloon keeper?
Is is said that this brave sheriff took
exactly the opposite direction to tho
way tne assailant was believed to have
taken. It Is known for a fact In the
first Instance, Mr. Rlgby was bluffed
to such an extent that ho came back
to Logan for help. When he had se
cured his help, they both went back
to the Junction and on being told that
the fellow had gone on down the track,
it was concluded that to arrest him
would but bring additional expense to
the county, so they let him go. We
were told of these things long before
any one was particularly Interested in
Oregon Short Line R. R.
CACHE VALLEY TIME CARD.
No. 5 Dally. No. 15. Dally, Mixed.
f'ocntullu i:K). m.
Salt Lake, 7.00 a. in.
Oialcn, H.2Z "
CauliuJct, 10:15 " i:X "
Memlon, 10:13 " 8:00 "
Uwan, 11:15 " 8:2 "
Smltlillol(l.ll:3i " 7:00 "
Itlelimoii(l.ll:M " 7:35 "
I'raiiMIn IX. 10 " ,.8:15 "
I'ruston, 12.30 a. m.,..t , t:10 p. in.
No i Dally. No 16. Dallj. Mixed.
I'rcUon, 1:05 pm , 0:45p.m.
franUlln. 2:10 " ,10.30 "
lllclnnorvl. :2S " ,.11:10 "
Smltlitlelil, Siffl " 11:15 "
lAktm, 3. " 12:30 a.m
Memlon, 3.25 " , .1:1)5 "
CacliuJct. 3.50 " 1:15 "
Ogrir it, 5:30 p. m. .
SaltLaVii-. 6.55 "
I'ooati'llo , 8 00 a. ra
Tor tlckuta to or from all points East, VYcst,
North or South, call oil
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WEEKLY BARGAIN LIST.
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20 pounds Sugar for $1.0010 pounds for. ,60c
20 pounds Sago for 1.00 JO pounds for..G0c j
20 pounds Tapioca for. 1.0010 pounds for..f0c '
30 bars Laundry Soap.' 1.0015 bars for Me
10 pounds Cleaned Currants 1.00 C pounds for. . . ,50c ;
12 pounds Rest Raisins 1.00 pounds for 60c
10 pounds Rest Rice 1.00 8 pounds for 50c
8 pounds Arbuckle's Coffee. 1.004 pounds for. . . .50c
We are Headquarters for Frott Jars. Get our Prices.
20 yards Best LL Factory. . .$1.0010 yards for. ...50c
Myaidslndlan HeadFactory 1.00 7 yards for. ...50c
20 yards Indigo Blue Calico.. 1.0010 yards for. . ..50c J
All wool Dress Goods reduced ftom 50 to 25c per yard tJ
4 pairs Ladies' Black Cotton Hose 25c
Best Home-made Double Width Llndsey 65c per yard f
Blankets from 50c to $8.00 per pair
Our line of Millinery, Ladles', Misses' and Children's
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