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Bn I PAQE8K THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY NOVEMBEB 5 1912
R 1 THINKS FARMERS HAVE NEGLECTED
V : OPPORTUNITIES IN EGGS AND POLTRY
H t Following is an extract from an ar-
HM ." ticlo In tho current Issue of Farm
ftft , ' and Fireside:
R , "One sure way to combat tho high
M ' cost ot living Is to produce moro and
B . Abettor poultry. What excuse has tho
Hf l farmer for not .raising moro poultry
R j ' when eggs are twenty-five cents tho
Hl I J jcar around and table fowls never
H i less than fifteen cents per pound?
V t Hq ha none whatever.
H ' I "The farmer may bo well cducat-
H 3 cd along tho different branches or
H 1 t ngrlculturo moro so than his city
H ' I cousin but the city cousin hns stol-
H en u march on tho farmer when It
HH, ' comes to raising good poultry. If
H, tho fa-mers ot tho United Stntcs
Hl ' could realize the possibilities of the
& ' poultry Industry ns a means for them
H to enrich themselves, they could bet-
M ' tor. not only their own condition,
M ' hut that of mankind In general.
m l ''As a rule, the farm poultry Is left
M to shift for Itself, no thought being
H given It except to gnthor tho eggs
H and later wonder why they do liot
M hatch. It Is not given a third ot tho ,
H chance afforded tho other branches of
H tho farm work, while, with only a lit-
H tlo enro and attention, It would ro-
H turn as much profit. Why It Is, Is
H ono of tho unanswered puzzles of
H modern times.
H "If ovcry fanner In tho Unltod
H States would buy of somo good roll-
H able breeder n good cock every year
H say ono thnt would cost about ten
H BRING YOUR
H Buggy Or Wagon
W 106 North. 4th East And Have
H Them Painted. Charges reason-
H Logan, Hide & Junk Co.
m Pay the Highest Price
M for Rubbers and Metals,
fl Machinery Cast Iron. Also
M for Hides Wool And Bees-
H wax. 1U6 South Main,
H J Logan Utah, Phone, 62.
K I Save You Money
fl Making Your Furniture New
K Upholitering and General Repairing
H Couches In Imitation Leather SS.OO
B Bed SpringsRestreched 73c
B Hair and Wool Matreues RtmideS2.5o
H ALL WORK GUARANTEED BY
H J. F. Schirmeister
B Shop 34 S. Main 'Phone 393 b
H James G. Walters
Hj Union Block, 75 North Main St,
H CHICHESTER S PILLS
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H Jv SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
H Sell The Eartb
, Loan Money on It
HE Farm and City Proparry, tha
R chotcett for aala and exchanga,
Vl Commercial Stocki bought and
Hf aold. Plenty o' monay to loan
H" on city and farm pro party,
H safest place on earth for real
H estate and commercial Invait.
H. A. PEDERSEN
Ovec latJNational Bank
dollars, tho advancement made In
tho farm poultry would bo worth all
tho scrub stock In oxlstonce. It ho
would gradually replace all his scrub
stock with puro breds, the advance
ment would bo worth several millions
"Thoro Is no dlsputo raised to tho
fact thnt tho puro bred la superior in
every respect to the scrub, Tho puro
bred will lay more, ent less and coat
less In tho end than any scrub. Tho
puro bred Is tho first to lay, tho first
to sot, nnd tho first to resume laying
again. In fact, sho Is first In every
thing, nnd for this reason, if for no
other, sho Is tho moro profitable."
MERRY WIDOW HATS STILL
PROPER THING IN CHINA
Chlcngo, Oct. 31. "Merry widow
and stovo plpo lints havo become
qulto tho proper thing In China since
tho establishment of tho republic,"
said Dr. Ohinn Chun Wang, Chinese
representative to tho Panama expo
sition, in an address beforo tho mem
bers ot tho Chicago Association of
"In fnct," ho continued, "tho Chi
neso of today are rapidly learning the
,wnys of the American nnd aro copy
Ins clothes mndo after his patterns.
"In China wo do not havo tho trou
ble with our political campaigns
which are prevalent here. Our can
didates are more modest. They do
not tour tho country making speech
es telling of their own great deeds
and running down tholr opponents.
Thoy remain calmly at home and
wait until tho people by their votes
havo called them to office."
YOUNG COUPLE SEPARATED
AFiER ELOPEMENT; RE-WED
Oakland, Cnl Oct. 31. dwell N.
Ilhoades, l'J years old, a son of Nel
son Hhondos, Jr., a sugar planter of
Slnnloa, Mexico, was married today
to Florenco Fenncmore, nged 21, a
daughter of Dr. George F. Fenne
moro of Salt Lako City.
Tho couplo eloped a year ago while
both were freshmen nt tho Univer
sity of California. Ithondes' father
caused their separation, sending him
to Daton Rougo to attend tho Uni
versity of Louisiana. Ho returned
to Uerkeloy recently on account of
Illness of n brother, nnd, his mother
giving her consent, today a second
mnrrlage was celebrated.
Miss Fennemore is a sophomore ot
tho University of California. Rhoados
will return to Daton Rouge to com
plete his college course.
HOW FRUIT PRODUCERS
CAN COMPEL BUYERS
TO PAY THEIR PRICE
Prof. F. C. Sears, of the Massa
chuso'ts Agricultural College writes
nn artlclo "Storing Fruit Properly,"
In the current Issue ot Farm and
Fireside. Ho says that tho orchard
industry in tho eastern part ot the
United States Is woefully deficient
In Its equipment for storing fruit.
The following extract from his ar
ticle show'B how producers lose
monoy If they havo no proper stor
"On a recent trip to Wenatchce,
Washington, tho writer was told that
tho growers there woro frequently
able to reallzo twenty-llvo to fifty
cents per box moro for their apples
because they woro not nt tho mercy
ot tho buyer. Mr. Duycr offered a
dollar and a quarter por box. Mr.
Orchardists prlco was ono dollar
and seventy-flvo cents. Said Mr.
Ouer, 'That Is tho best I can do.'
'Very well," said Mr. Orchardlst, 'I
will put thorn in storage." 'Woll,"
said Mr. Huyor, 'I will wlro tho houso
tonight and sco If I can do any bet
ter." And tho noxt day, for somo
reason not oxplalncd (and not need
ing explanation), tho buyer Is ablo
to meet tho views of tho orchardlst
ns to price. This is not saying any
thing against tho buyer. Ho natur
ally wants to buy on tho boat terms
he cnn. Tho possession of good lo
cal storago merely puts tho salo on
tho Ideal footing, buyer uud sollor
stnndlng on an absolutn equality.
Tho buyer can tnko tho fruit If they
can agree In price. It not, it can
remain In storngo!"
"My child was burned terribly
about tho fnce, neck, and chest. I ap
plied Dr. Thomas' Eloctle Oil. Tho
pain ceased and tho child sank into
a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M.
Hanson, Hamburg, N. Y.
T kllng In tho throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice, Indlcato tho need of
DALL.AIID'S HORKHOUND UYI.UP.
It cases the lungs, qutets the cough
nnd restores health In tho bronchial
tuoca. Price 25o, 50c, and 11.00, per
bottle. Sold by Wtor Pros. Drug Co.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
For Vice President
JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN
For Presidential Electors
MRS. MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Salt Lako City
JOHN N. DAVIS
EDWIN D. WOOL-LEY
For Congressman at Large
For Justice of the Supreme Court
J. E. FRICK
For Secretary of State
For State Treasurer
JESSE u. JEWKES
For State Audtlor
LINCOLN G. KELLEY
For Attorney General
A. R. DARNES
For State Superintendent of Public
A. C. NELSON
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
JAMES C WALTERS
For District Attorney
D. C. CALL
For Rep eaentatlves
D. M. BICtt.i.IORE
7 RAS RASMUSSEN
FRED O. TAYLOR
IF V I
, ' - For Commissioner
'J' (Four.Year Term)
.' j' H. H. JENSEN
', I (Two-Year Term)
"" ' Logan
C. W. DUNN
., n i . rt it
MRS. MARY H . JOHNSON
HEBER C. PARKER
A. E. BOWEN
For Justice of Peace
Whon tho chest feels on fire and
tho throat burns, you havo indiges
tion, nnd you need HERBINE to get
rid of tho dlsagroeablo fooling. It
drives out badly digested food,
strengthens tho stomach and purifies
tho bowola. Prlco 60c. Sold by
Rlter Dro8. Drug Co.
Woll, Isn't it natural that a Rocky
' Mountain service should bo "rocky?"
The Republicans of Cache County
In convention assembled re-afflrm
their allegiance to tho great Repub
lican party ot tho nation, and declare
Wo endorse the National Platform
and candidates presented at tho con
vention at Chicago.
We endorse the administration of
state affairs under tho leadership of
Governor William Spry, and give our
allegiance to tho stato platform and
candidates presented at tho recent
stato convention at Salt Lako City.
We bellevo lu a freo and untram
moled Judiciary, and stand for the
best there is In professional life In
tho personnel of the Judgeships. Wo
commend the lit , the training, the
adaptability, and tho ability of Attor
ney James C. Walters our candidate
for Judge of the First Judicial Dis
trict, to tho electorate of Cache coun
ty. Wo endorso nnd pledge our sup
port to tho Judicial ticket.
We commend anil approve the busi
ness like and economical administra
tion of present couuty affairs. Dur
ing tho present Republican adminis
tration many miles of road have been
graded, nnd tho administration has
been otherwlso diligent In the Im
provements of roads. It has built
a substantial nnd convenient addi
tion to tho county court house. It
has built flvo cement bridges, each
with a span ot over twenty feet, and
from fifty to seventy-five cement cul
verts, all representing moro perma
nent improvements than has been ac
complished during any V-' prior ad
ministrations. In addition to these
improvements when the present ad
ministration turns over the affairs ot
the county to its successor the coun
ty's indebtedness will havo been de
creased more than $30,000.
We declare that tho present coun
ty administration has kept its pledgo
with tho people on tho liquor question
Prior to tho liquor election the Re
publican majority,, knowing the de
sires ot tho people and anticipating
their verdict, refused to grant liquor
licenses in county territory.
Wo favor tho co-operation of tho
County Sheriff's office with the police
force In cities In tho matter ot en
forcement of tho law, and more par
ticularly in tho matter of the "Search
We favor economy In the matter
and seizure" clause In the liquor
ot clerkships In state and county of
fices, and keep in view three great
principles in the government of Cache
county: public improvement, public
economy, and public prosperity.
We favor, and pledge our represen
tatives In tho legislature to support
such legislation as will promote tho
advancement and 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 the laborer, with reasonable
working hours, top prices for the
farmer, and laws that will prohibit
all professional men, and combina
tion ot Interests, from combining to
fix maximum and minimum rates.
We boltova the ranK and file of the
Republican party are still Republi
cans, and condemn the action on the
part ot a misguided few, who are
blindly cutting their own throats in
attempting to cast the affairs ot
Cache county in the hands of the
Democracy by organizing a new
In this hour of prosperity and plen
ty, running over a period of nearly
half a century of unparalleled, raotch
less Republican rule, this hour of po
litical unrest and personal strife,
amidst tho clamor for a change with
out reasons therefor, wo call upon
tho Republicans ot Cache county to
consider well tho all important prob
lem ot tho hour. Political parties,
llko Individuals have records ot their
own. Tho record ot tho Republican
party Is tho history of our country.
It has mot and solved every national
question that has demanded solution
for ovor a half a century. Its rec
ord Is clean and spotless. The Dem
ocratic party has a record too, a re
cord that does not insplro hope, and
is romomborod only In regret The
now party, founded on personal am
bition may serve as ballast. It will
never stear tho ship. In the words
ot tho martyred William McKInloy:
"You do not havo to guess what tho
Republican party will do. The whole
world knows its purpose. It has
enacted It Into law and oxocutod It
In administration. Thoro will be
prophots of evil and fatso teachers.
Somo part of tho column may waver
&nd wander away from tho standard,
out thoro will over rally around It
a mighty majority to presonro It
Did tho worklngmen or the farm
ers prosper after tho 1892 election
ot a Democratic president? They
CUT DOWN THE HIQH
COST OF LIVING BY
New York, Nov. 1. Would you
out down tho high cost ot living?
Then drink milk, Is the suggestion
ot the Now York milk committee. The
commlttoe's exhibit at the pure food
Bhow hero this week includes a char
ting that one quart of creamery milk
costing nine cents, Is equal In food
fuel value to any of the following:
Throo pounds fresh coffee, CI cents
Three quarters pound round beet
steak, 22 cents.
Two pounds salt cod, 40 cents.
Eight eggs, 40 cents,
Two pounds chicken, 66 cents.
One and one-half pounds ham, 4G
Ono quart oysters, 30 cents.
MV. American Cltlzon:
On election day romembor your
own Interest, and vote for your own
Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder,
hands, or feet requires a powerful
remedy that will penetrate the flesh.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT po
Besses that power. Rubbed in where
pain is felt is all that is necessary
to relievo suffering and restoro nor
mal conditions. Price 25c, 60c, and t
$1,00 per bottlo. Sold by Rlter Bros. J "
H atterIoad shot shells open up your pattern so evenly that
jff your bird can neither get too much nor too little.
A special syslem of wadding gives at 25 yds. a spread equal
to that of a standard shell at 40 yds. and with greater
The iteel lining gives the ipeed plui perfect pattern.
Get a box to-day. Your local dealer hai them.
Try them on a paper target with your old duck gun.
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway Ntw york atf
Travelers to Colorado and the East
I Should select a route famed ror Its
E Scenic Attractions nnd Superior Train Service.
WO!! THE DENVER R' GRANDE RAILROAD
yrlW "The Scenic Line of tho World."
,W,J This route offers the "Back East" travelers more var-
led scenic attractions, that cun be seen from the car win
dows without extra expense for side trips, than any other
Ulln Special low round trip fares to Pueblo, Colorado Springs
IHIIr Denver and principal eastern points, on sale
October 10 and 19. November
I 23 and 25, Dec. 21, 23, 1912.
fl Through standard and tourist sleeping cars daily to
Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha and Chicago.
8UPERB DINING CAR SERVICE.
n!l..H Fnre3 and fuU Particulars will be cheerfully furnished
PirilllQ on appicatlon to any Rio Orande agent
I ILlUIC ' A Benton- Qen' At- p- DPL P. Fouts, Agant,
I IUIUIU Salt Laks City, Utah. Ogdon, Utah
Frank A. Wadlelght, General Passenger Agent, 1
Our Specialties Are:
I Rock Springs j
i Aberdeen i
j Kemmerer Coal I
AT THE YARD $5.50 PER TON
M. & L. COAL COMPANY
I Phone 74