Kl F THE LOOAN REPUBLICAN THUR8DAY OCTOBER 10 1912 1
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111 Republican County
H The Republicans of Cache County
H j in convention assembled re-afflrm
H " tholr nllcglanco to tbo great Repub-
H Hcan party ot tbo nation, and declare
H if as follows:
H K ; Wo endorse the National Platform
H. ? ' ' ' and candidates presented at the con-
H; t " ventlon at Chicago.
B ' ! "Wo endorso tho administration of
H stato affairs under tho leadership ot
H, 1 1 Governor William Spry, and give our
H ' allegiance to tho stato platform and
!x candidates presented at tho recont
1 stato convention at Salt Lako City.
H Wo bollovo In a frco and untram-
M j. I mclcd Judiciary, and stand for tbo
B 1 best thcro is In professional life In
H tho pcrsonnol of tbo Judgeships. Wo
H ' commend tho lif j, tho training, the
H adaptability, and the ability of Attor-
t noy James C. Walters our candidate
H for Judgo of tbo First Judicial DIs-
M trlct, to tho clectorato of Cacho coun-
I t'. Wo rndorso nnd plcdgo our sup-
L nort to tho Judicial ticket.
H ' Wo commend and approve tho bus'
M ! ness llko nnd economical ndmlnlstrn-
M tloa of present county nffairs. Dur-
fl N; ing tho present Republican ndmlnls-
H y tratlon many miles of road bavo been
M H graded, and tbo administration has
B i been otbcrwlso diligent In tho lm-
H i provements of roads. It has built
B I a substantial and convenient nddl-
Ab tlon to tho county court house. It
BHfl ' ! bas built Ave cement bridges, each
HHb with a span of over twenty feet, and
HHJ from fifty to seventy-five cement cul-
HHfl , verts, all representing more pernio-
HHfl I nent lmprovoment3 than bns been ac-
IBBJ compllshcd during any '.' prior ad-
HHj J ministrations. In addition to theso
Improvements when tho present nd-
1 ministration turns over tho affairs of
tbo county to Its successor tbo coun
ty's Indebtedness will havo been de
creased more thnn $30,000.
i Wo declare that tho present coun-
' ty administration has kept Its pledge
with tho people on tho liquor question
Prior to tho liquor elcct'on tho Re-
HHfl publican majority, knowing tho de-
sires of tho peoplo nnd anticipating
Bj ! their verdict, refused to grant liquor
J . licenses In county territory.
HBJ . Wo favor tho cooperation of tho
J fl County Sheriff's odlco with the pollco
J K: J forco In cities in tho matter of en-
BBJ ' ' forcement of tho law, nnd moro par-
.' tlcularly m tho matter of the "Search
HBJ We favor economy In the mattor
and seizure" clauso In tho 1 quor
of clerkshlpB In stato and county of
fices, nnd keep in viow three great
principles In tho government of Cache
county: public Improvement, public
economy, nnd public prosperity.
Wo favor, and plcdgo our represen
tatives In tbo legislature to support
such legislation as will promote tbo
advancement nnd prosperity of our
Institutions, in particular our own
Utah Agricultural College, the natur
al and commercial resources of our
district In educational, agricultural
commercial and other lines. A fair
wage for tho laborer, with rcasonnblo
working hours, top prices for tho
farmer, and laws that will prohibit
all professional men, and combina
tion of Interests, from combining to
fix maximum and minimum rates.
Wo bollovo tho rank and fllo of tho
Republican party aro still Republi
cans, and condemn tho nctlon on tho
part of a misguided fow, who aro
blindly cutting tholr own throats In
attempting to cast tho affairs of
Cacho county In tbo hands of tho
Democracy by organizing a now
In this hour of prosperity nnd plen
ty, running over a period of nearly
half 'a century of unparalleled, raetch
less Republican rule, this hour of po
litical unrest and personal strife,
amidst the clamor for a change with
out reasons therefor, wo call upon
tho Republicans of Cache county to
consider well tho all Important prob
lem of tbo hour. Political parties,
llko Individuals havo records ot their
own. Tho record of tho Republican
party Is tbo history of our country.
It has met and solved ovory national
question that has demanded solution
for over a half a century. Its rec
ord Is clean and spotless. Tho Dem
ocratic party has a record too, a re
cord that does not Insplro hope, and
Is remembered only In regret. Tho
now party, founded on personal am
bition may servo as ballast, It will
never stcar tho ship. In tho words
of tho martyred William McKlnloy:
"You do not havo to guess what tho
Republican party will do. Tho wholo
world knows Us purpose. It has
enacted It Into law nnd executed It
In administration. Thoro will bo
prophets of evil and falso teachers.
Somo part of tho column mny waver
hitd wander nway from tho standard,
jut thero will ever rally around It
a mighty majority to preservo it
The tips nnd downs of life keep a
ninn from getting rusty.
J Building a Reputation .
7 1 TT THEN the first IHCtractorwasplanned,
K& ' III VV e ea was to iave ie new tractor 111
Hjttj Jill fit 'n.to -ts wr- Just as one well-cut I
H-Wj gear meshes into another. All conditions of
H ' 1 ! farm work were taken into consideration
H.i dusty fields, gritty sand, tough clay, and tougher
Hjj ' II sod. There must be protection from flying
H'j l dirt. The power of the engine must not be
H j wasted. The machine must be so simple that
Hh jj ill anyone could manage it. The need of repairs
H 1 should be infrequent, and repairs easily made. j
Hi! ! This was the plan behind the building of
i I IHC Kerosene-Gasoline Tractors
Hjfi i' III How well the plan worked out is shown by the W
Hr j reputation that I H C tractors enjoy; a reputa- j
H.i j! tion built upon a steadily growing knowledge
HRfl ? Ij among farmcra-of the good work done by IH C
ftf IJ tractors. The engine has no rapidly moving
Hft; V parts or delicate adjustments to be affected by
Hit il dust, dirt, and grit. The simple gearing trans- j
HHg ij mits a large percentage of engine power to the
HHH drawbar. I II C tractors are in use everywhere,
Hflttf ' in the hands of many men who are in no way
HB "machine wise."
flp . The value of an I H C tractor to a busy farmer
HT u '; lies in its many uses and its reasonable cost.
HH It furnishes power for plowing, seeding,
HH 1 fl I harvesting, threshing, hauling and for many
HH I kinds of belt and drawbar work. I H C tractors I
HH i are now made in 12, 15, 20, 25, and 45-horse
HH 1 power sizes, to suit conditions everywhere.
HHJL ' I II C general purpose engines for use in shop,
H 'i ij mill, and factory, and on the farm, are mad '
HH l I in sizes from 1 to 50-horsc power.
HH Ask the IHC dealer for catalogues and full
HH; ! information, or, write ji
Hi' j lt
m ' I International Harvester Company of America j
HH (Incorporated) III
HI , Salt Lakes Gty Utah H-
HB i lllCSerrki Ilura wHJaII!
Hj I n The purpose of thli Dureau li to furnish, frit CSsKk.
'V 1 I of clurre to ell, the best InffirmmfnA ofitliin.M. .fffWW
m I 0 on better termlrif. If you have nr worthy quui. ,3I507
K v I II ion concernlnc soils, crops, land ilralnace, Irrl- MMff M
HI 1 Ee3rBiwii jp
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
For Vice Prealdent
JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN
For Presidential Electors
MRS. MARGARET ZANE W1TCHEH
Salt Lnko City
JOHN N. DAVIS
EDWIN D. WOOLLEY
For Congressman at Large
For Justice of the Supreme Court
J. E. FRICIC
For Secretary of State
For 8tate Treasurer
JESSE u. JEWKES
For State Audtlor
LINCOLN O. KELLEY
For Attorney General
A. R. BARNES
For State Superintendent of Public
A. C. NELSON
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
JAMES C WALTERS
For District Attorney
D. C. CALL
D. M UICk.10RE
FRED 0. TAYLOR
H. H. JENSEN
C W. DUNN
MRS. MARY H . JOHNSON
HEBER C. .PARKER
A. E. BOWEN
I Torturing cczoma spreads Its burn
ing area ovory doy. Doan'a Oint
ment quickly stops Its spreading In
stantly relieves tho Itching, cures It
permanently. At any drug store.
I Carl C. Kratzenstoln, Manager J.
1 O. Tannor Drug Storo, Ranta Cruz,
California, writes: "Wo havo sold
J Foley & Company's medicines" for
tho past 20 years and havo yet to
hear our first complaint or of n dls
catlsflod customor. Their romedlos
are puro, mado as represented and
contain no Injurious substances. On
tho contrary, our cxporionce shows
I us that tho company's aim has al
ii ways bocn to make health giving nnd
IJ health maintaining romodlos. Co-operative
VICTIM OF A
Conrad E. Wilke, An Actor, Is Ar
rested On a Serious .
According to tho story told yester
day In tho county .attorney's ofllco
by Florence Kirk, GDI East Second
South street, she Is bolleved by tho
county officials to havo been tho
victim of a fako marriage ceremony.
As the result of tho story a complaint
was issued charging Conrad E. Wllko
an actor with tho company which
played the Garrlck theater last weok
In "Tho Butler's Secret," with a
statutory crime Wllklo was ar
rested lato yesterday afternoon at
American Fork and will bo brought
to this city today.
Miss Kirk alleges that during Aug
ust Wllko came to her with a mar
riage license which had been Issued
In Farmlngton and tho couplo went
to tho Palaco hotel In this city whero
tho supposed marrlngo ceremony took
plnco. Sho says sho did not go to
Farmlngton with Wllklo when tho
llccnso was procured. Under tho
laws of Utah both contracting parties
aro required to sign the application
Up to a late hour last night, no
Information had been received from
tho Davis county clerk jib to wheth
er or not any license had over been
Issued to Wllko. It Is presumed by
tho local officials that If a license waa
Issued some other woman accompan
ied Wllko to Farmlngton and signed
Miss "Kirk's name. Another, suppo
sition Is that the supposed llccnso
shown to Miss Kirk was not a llccnso
at all. Miss Klr,k was unablo to
gtvo tho name of the man who per
formed the ceremony, and tho coun
ty attorney's offlco was unablo yes
terday to find any Salt Lako mints
tor or Justice who had performed any
ceremony at tho Palaco hotel. ..
Wilke portrayed tho .character of
Bill Hlgglns, the political boss of
Morrlsville, In "Tho Butler's Secret."
EXCURSIONS TO LETH-
October 16,17, and 18, via Oregon
Short Lino, limit November 14. Ac
count of Internatlon Dry Farming
Congress. See agents for rates nnd
further particulars. ol8
Tltkllng in the throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice. Indicate tho need ot
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
It cases tho lungs, quiets tho cough
ai'd restores health in tho bronchial
t.ibcs. Price 25c, fiOc, and $1.00, per
boitle. Sold by RItor Pros. Drug Co.
Owing to tho Irrigation congress
conferenco and Stato Fnlr at Salt
Lako City, It has been thought best
to postpone tho Mass County conven
tion of tho Progrcsslvo pnrty until
Saturday, Octobor 12 at 1 o'clock
T. W. PETERSEN, Chairman.
JOS. j. BITHELL, Secretary.
If the child starts In Us sleep,
crliK's its teeth whllo ttleoplnn, picks
at tho noBe, has a bad breath, fickle
appetite, palo complexion, and dark
rings under tho eyes; It hai worms;
end as long as thoy remain in tho In
testlncs, thnt child will bo sickly.
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE
clears out tho worms, strengthens the
stomach and bowels nnd puts tho lit
tle ones on the road td health nnd
cheerfulness. Price 25c per bottlo.
Sold by Rltor Bros. Drug Co.
1 enn locato you on a choice Smoot
Homestead In Box Elder, within easy
access to railroad. Over twenty acres
plowed. Total expense less than the
outlay on tho land. Tho moment '
title Is secured tho land la worth I
$5000. Inquire at this orrico for de
tailed Information. i
"My cniia was "burned "terribly
about tho face, neck, and chest I an- 1
plied Dr. Thomas' Elcctic Oil Tho JI
pain ceased and tho child sank lntc'P
a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M.
Hanson, Hamburg, N. Y.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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I L Of !!lW,- A'kfotciriirt-itpn-
IS f "'AMOND III1ANI. l-lLlS j'Jil
V if V"'"utat.srt.AUtriRd'1S
HE PUT OFF
If STARTING A
m BANK ACCOUNT
O & cW'cM 15C5, It C. E. Zimmerman Co.--.No. 33 ,
ONT wait to start a bank account. Don't
put it off, but start today; and then
you'll have something to look forward to
something to depend upon something a
working for you. J
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fc LOGAN, UTAH. C 7
Capital' SIOO OOO.OO, Surplut SIV.OOO.OO. Depoallt SSoo.ooo.o
'If I cert , v
President, THOMAS SMART, Cashier, ALLAN M. FLEMING, j
Vlce-Pres., JAME8 QUAYLE, Ast't. Cashier, H. E. CROCKETT,
2nd Vlce-Pret., JNO. H. ANDERSON.
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Logan's Economy Store
The H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co.
5155 Qenter Street Logan
You had better profit by these low prices. Special sale of Blankets and Comforts. We
have a tremendous line of.both Blankets and Comforts, and now is the time for you to
buy same if you wish to take part in the tremendous savings Below you will find
prices quoted, such as have never before been given.
COMFORT8 WOMEN'8 SILK WAISTS
J2.50 Comfortors, SUkolonc, covored and filled w.ith flogulnr ?3.C0 special In this sale, each ....$2.15
puro white, cotton, always $2.50; special salo price DRESS GOODS '
Eacn S1.09 AH Wool Dress Goods Including Serges, Whip Cords i
J2.00 Comforters, special in this salo at ....$1.45 Batistos, nnd all Fancy Mixtures, special during
$0.00 Comfortors, special In this salo, each.. $4.45 this salo at 20 per cent discount.
All othor Blankets and Comforters reduced in A beautiful lino of Ladles, Misses nnd Children's '
proportion. .. Coats, Ladlos and Misses Norfolk Jnckots, all now
SHAKER FLANNELS goods jugt arrived, wo placo them on salo this
Shaker Flannels with good heavy nap, cream and wook at special discount prlccr.
white, always 10c; In tills special salo, yard.'.yo CRIB BLANKET8
OUTING FLANNEL8 100 Cradlo Crib Blankots In fancy doslgnfl, Butter-
10c quality, light nnd dark shades; special In this Oy.-Polnr Boar, Train, Boy, otoj In this special
alo at, per yard 7HC salo, each 50c
( BLANKETS 64-INCH 8COTCH MANNISH 8UITING
, Cotton Blankots, regular price $1.75; special -salo 2.50 value for $ 1 .95
price S1.35 Fabrics In greatest vogue for Suits, Coats, Tailored ,
Cotton Blankets, regular prico $1.40; special salo Skirts, etc. An attractive assortment Including
prlco .' 51.10 Monotone, Granite weaves, and all tho popular col- i
Woolnnp Blankots, regular 3.50; special s alo orings; special In this salo, per ynrd ....$1.70
Prlco $2.05 .GREAT CLEARING OF MEN8 8HIRT3 !
Woolnnp BlankotB, extra size, regular prlco $4.50; $1.50 and $2.00 Values. In smart Negllgeo and f!
Bpeclal salo prlco $3.05 Dress Stylos, all sizes In tho lot, whllo they last la .
BLEACHED MUSLIN this Bpeclal Bale, each 75c ffL
Bleached Muslin yard wldo, always 0c; In this AH $1.00 Shirts at 50c gjj
special sale, per yard CHc All $1.25 Shirts at ...'.' 69c 1
Hundreds of yards of Romnants of White Goods, MEN'S NECKTIE8 i
Wash Goods, Ginghams and Porcales In this speclnl Tho kind you pay 40c and 50c for elsewhere; special i
salo. Prices Noxt to Nothing. In this Balo, 2 ror 35c I
27-INCH ME88ALINE SILKS MEN'S AND BOYS UNDERWEAR 1
fi.00 quality. Beautiful quality Mossallno Silks In All going at special salo prices this wook.
K wldo rango of tho most wanted colorings Includ- MEN'8 OVERALLS
S Ing navy, black, brown, etc. A big bargain tnblo Extra heavy 9 ounco tfnlonm'ado Overalls, all sizes
I full In this special salo at, per yard COc ovory pair guaranteed, special per pair 75c
$1.25 Black Messallno Silk 30 Inches wldo, good FUR8. FURS.
firm weavo, extra heavy nnd of rich lustro, best Lndlcs, Misses and Children's Furs In this wcok'a
$1.25 valuo; special, por yard QOc mlo at 20 per cent oft.
Groceries and Fruit Jars. Fuy your Groceries am1 Fralt Jam here, whero y&u save money. Get
one of our Prlco Lists and bo convinced tbatv.hnl we say Is correct I
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