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H THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN - SATURDAY JUWe 28 19)3 !; PAOErbliR ' .. . .- B THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN H f- Published By "The H( LOGAN NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LOGAN, UTAH H l( , ; H , j t OtUclBli Republican 6rgaq of Cache County, Utah HL Entered at the I'OBtoIIlco every Tuesday, Thurs- B 'I day and Saturday, at Logan, ltab, as Second Glass B I Matter. H, ', I SUBSCRIPTION RATES , H' If I By Mall H , ( One Year , $3.00 ' Bli Months ......' 1.60 H Tbjree Months 90c B By Carrier H t One Year , 3.C0 H 8u Month I-'6 B Three Months 76c H If Not Paid In Advance, Add CO Cents Per Year ' B ,, : M Subscribers wishing address of paper changed H will pleaso glvo former as well as present address. B , Ali papers arc continued until . ipllclt order Is re- cefved to discontinue. All arrears must be paid In every case. H MR. FAIRBANKS SPEECH Tho "words of former Vlco President Charles W. Fairbanks at Omahh were well spoken. Now Ig a V gopd tlmo for the Republican party to get together Vj on a working basis In the best Interests of a party V ' that has led the van of progress and the country at Aw Ihrge. That plan of forgetting and forgiving is HAV strictly in order and a realignment will bo welcome HAV by men of both wings who hava seen the result? BAW ol disruption. Mr. Fairbanks said: HBVJ Circumstances, which unfortunately led to n V , a party division a year ago, no longer exist. Tho AV I Denrocrfitlc party Isjn full, power nml.it can bo . J overthrown only by tho united effort of tho great J body of those who believe In the soundness and J efficacy of republican prlnclpless. Itepub. leans that J Is. to say, those who believe in the political dor. J trine of tho Republican party, arc largely in the J majority throughout tho country. I have no J doubt whatever that the logic of events will brlii.5 J I them into cooperation again. This much to be J desired result cannot bo accomplished by coercion J of any sort; it must como about naturally, by the J J exercise of a spirit of tolerance and patience; . . . J . od scores should- be forgotten. As President mV Kinley happily put it: "It docs not do to keep books In politics." , ( A houso divided tigalnst itself cannot stand. This has been proven. Tho Republican party has more people who believe in its principles than any was brought about by Republican discord. The party of Lincoln and McKlnley must live. It ,has proven its right. The fallacy of two parties in, one works only good for the opposition. The leaders of today must see the error of the last .campaign and bridge it even nt a sacrifice from bott) factions. ( The comphny demands the strength that, cgmes.,pf r united Republican party. Ogden Examiner.' ? $ ! RANDOM 8AYING8 Scoff not the natural defects of any whlcti are not In their power to amend. Oh, 'tis cruel to beat a cripple with his own crutches Learn. ng has gained most by those books by which the printers have lost. : Moderation is the silken .string running through the pearl chain of nil virtues. To smell to a turf of fresh earth Is wholesome for the body. No less are thoughts of mortlity cordial to tho soul. Their heads sometimes so little thai there in room for wit, sometimes so long that there Is no wit for so much room. Often the cockloft is empty in those whom na ture hath built many stories high. ' A public office Is it guest which receives the best usago from them who never Invited it. Thomas Fuller. . . THEIR MENU I; notice 'tho work horses in the BtreeU take their dinners on the European plan. How's that? They take them a la cart. 4 h 4 A fair price will do more to stimulate produc tion than millions of columns of reading matter on tho duty the farmer owes the world. IMPROVED HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS 'The Logan -Hotel of which Mrs. Hi Steiidman ii proplelor has Just undergone n complete renovation re modeling nnd fitting up. It is excel lently arranged for accomodating light housekeepers and Is in a fair line to capture its share of the tran sient business. In all forty rooms httvo been flted for service and since nil ore light, airy and comfortable the house' will certainly increase Its pat ronage. In the work of remodeling three, two room apartments have been pro vided, safety chimneys have replaced stove pipes and in a general way tho Interior of the house has been given a home-like appearance. Rates by the day for board and room 75c. Beds 25c to $1. 00. Advertisement. Looking Ahead Cynthia Billy, I wish to s'uare all of your troubles with you IV Billy I have no troubles dearest . Cynthia Oh. I mean when we arc married. Woman's Homo Compan A man living at Auburn. New York, had a severe attack of kidney and bladder trouble. Being a working man, -not wantlngto lose time, nor run up a heavy doctors bill, he cured himself completely by using Foley Kidney Pills. A year later be says: "It Is a pleasure to report that the cure .was permanent " He has bad no return whatever of the pain, back ache hnd burning. His name Is J. A. Farmer, and he says: "Of course I recommend Foley Kidney Pills as n very effective cure for kidney and bladder trouble. Co-op Drug' Co. Ad vertlsement. WE Urtt& m THE I mStJo SELL. ": I wj 7H EST .' I . I Mr Farmer: Hasn't a poor piece of Hardware often I cost you four times the price of it because you had to "'' I lose a whole lot of time coming to town to get another? I Buy your hardware froni us, and you will save many , I needless, expensive trips, and many dollars on repairs. f I We sell the best hardware, because it" pays usNto sell and I you to buy the best. I Lafount Hardware Co. Logan I JULY FOURTH RATE8 Via Oregon Short Line Railroad 1 Very low special round trip rates be tween local O. S. L. points and to certain points on connecting lines, with certain limitations. Tickets on Bale July C and 4, limited to July 7. Seo agents for further particulars Advertisement. J4 If you have the Itch don't scratch. It I does not cure the trouble and makes I the skin bleed. Apply BALLAltDS I SNOW LINIMENT. Hub It In gently I on tbe affected parts. It relieves Itch- I lng instantly and a few applications I removes the cause thus performing a I permanent cure. Price 25c, COc and I $1 per bottle. Sold by Rlter Bros. I Drug Co. Advertisement I Free band concert this evening. I If THE H. G. HAYBALL MERCANTILE COMPANY 1 I I FOR THE FCjURTH OF JULY J I j SPECIAL SALES FOR SEVEN DAYS m Beginning Thursday, June 25th, Ending Thursday, July 3rd. X M ALL through the store for seven days each department and line of Merchandise will offer special shopping inducements 8 M ' in articles to meet the coming Fourth of July needs. Table Linens, Shirt Waists, Dresses, Neckwear, Gloves, Parasols, H X Fans' Hosierv' Shoes and Slippers, Picnic Foods, and whatfnot that you and your associates will find necessary to properly M , enjoy yourselves this Fourth. The Store will have many bargain lots, here-and there, marked in plain price figures, and H each price figure will represent a splendid, timely bargain some of which are quoted below. ' J ssH- PARASOLS ALL DRESS SKIRTS AND WAISTS U11 ., .... , ,, .. ' Z H 0f te m08t -Jat slgns a CLEARANCE PRICES . ,. R"J " . . LAD'E8 H0U8E PRESSES - Z exquisite- colorings. $ 5.00 Skirts S3.75 f " A big selection ol glngnam, percale In every respect worth U.C0 to 2; : J 25c Children's Parasols 15c I COO Skirts S4 25 Pnin 01 ..Li. J " chnmb,raf nd Balhlea8 "f0"1, ,ty,e! yUr Chlc Wh,1 they last nt"OOc ? SSfPT1 c l7-50 SklrtB " Eocenes Slaughtered g SSTp-Tf..i: rr ' J 0c Children s Parasols 39c ? 9.00 Skirts S6.50 m, . , p ... Newest styles sizes 8 to 12 years WOMEN'S AND .MI88E8 SMART J H S iilSrSZ: m- Sklrt9 S7-5 The H,2h CSt Iing Made worth .,'. 12 each; saleV.ee COATS ; 12-00 Ladles Parasols SlUo LADIES WHlVi LINGERIE WA.Si LOWer bV 0 "" 1'19 Price ' Ch'Ce " "'" S m $3.00 Ladles Parasols S2.25 Lot 0ne. values from 1 to $1.25; PATTDTU AE" fill V O t r Beautiful New Models In i . Z H nJ K sale price each 75c rUUKIH Ui- JULY SALE WA8H W WASH GOODS Z UMBRELLAS Lot Two, values from 1.60 to 2; ' Tne s'8on,8 newest creations all Arranged In Three Lots Z H One lot of Umbrellhs worth from sale price, each SI. 10 , "x Included In tho sale at prices much Includes wash batistes, dotted Swiss- H ' U. 40 to $1.85; sale. each... .81.00 Lot Three' values from $2.50 Co & 100 lbs. Sugar For $5.45 'ess than their actual worth. es, brocades, piques, popl'lns, home- B A ... $3.50; Bale price, each S1.70 If 18 lb wi,- r i nn & Dresses S 3.00 spuns, foulards, etc. M J NEW LINE OF FANCY RIBBONS U ' fl? "' V' J" DrefeB 3.50 Lot One. Hegular 15c and 20c mater- B , J Pretty floral patterns, also tho rich WOOL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Q 'U IOS. Uest t lour For Sl;75 ? C. 50 Dresses S 4.25 ials selling at 7V4o H Ilulgarlan ond Persiiin designs, num- All sacrificed In this Fourth of Jul. 50 lbs. Best Flour For '.1&0c !!!'!! Pesses 7.7S Lot Two. Regular 25c and" 35c ma- A K hers CO to 100; regular 35o; sale 23c sale. H 25 Bars A B Nnnthn Wn tt nn V, "I 11. OO terlals. selling at 19c Z m Numbers GO to 150 regular 75c value $1 00 Krnde Mc8BaUno BUk, 7B B op V. , f,S? J P' ' ' ' ' many therfl t0 8eloCt fr0m nt Lot Three. Regular 40o and 50o ma- 5 m - . 43c fiBo0 S3; ;;::::;;": z::lic a iitr?rystzl white Soap For$10 VotiTfio Hr tM m ,,n8- - S H '" A B,G TABLE DAMASK 1.00 grade Falele SUk GOc KlSlbs.NavyBeansFor $1.00 6 i!S ftSJ "SSi ?t homespuns, selling at 25c J H . opportunity ir,o w0 I,r0CRl10 Sllks 09c H IS lbs Best Rice For $1.00 27 inch Wool chaiiio 76c .. ill OTUg , Z H ' f n.if Pi-c- and less of nieeched ' 1.1B g 10 Pkg Blue Ribbon Raisins For $1 00 45 "!. sum . OhJ . iS w f ITH1BR WA8H FABR,C8 i M 9 Table. Damask 08 and 72 inches wide 1- Erm PonK 811k 69c h gp,, , "W" ,o 4i nch Crepe Egyptian. $l....B9c Not lncuued l n of tho three lots. H that sold at 90c nnd $1 nnd $1.23, to COc grade Taffeta Silk SSc f 9 g Cleaned Currents For. . . .$1.00 Ai lnch Nun. voUtaR $1....!!!S! 3 'nCh Unn EOo; for 3c 1 I lJe closed out this week nt yard 09c 7JoT-r"PopuLAR STYLFqTlTV R Ca,,S Tfnatoea $1.00 inch Storm Serge, $1 09c "at'nC' nU C0,ors BOo; for 35c H ' 1 all women, and" cTiTlTs ""n r f Cans Best Peas For $1.00 1 JJ -o; n jj. .,1 J H j T , KN1T, underwear $ c.75 tto.,0, si25 I 12 Cans Best Corn For $1.00 u ncCh JS Srgo, tiii::". 8C Sllk JIarfuisettea 27 inche..25c J M ' 2 T" X' Bncr"cea dl",K e0 ovon 8-00 Dre.se. Sr.,25 B 4 lbs Good Coffee For $1.00 i Inch Whipcord. $1 25.... 05c " 7, 2 M Ja!t $10.00 Dresses S700 30 cts. Cocoa onlv 2D, i f.O inch Storm Sge. $1.2 ?5c . , B0Y8 WA8H 8U'T8 O- M OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT 12-C0 Drcs8C8 80.00 1 . ' r"-"a m . ' 'C g 14 inch Wool Taffeta $1.25 ....89c A VXm "no f Sal,or M ",,8bI C H 5 J) Entire stock of summer footwear at S ."' 0' Wder only 20c M 44 Inch Prunella, $1.50 S1.05 S S""S ,n strlped """Iras, In . B Q a savlrik to you of 25 to Co per cont CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS 3 Cans Best Corn only 25c I 4 Inch Indian Twill, $1.60... .81.05 I,laln Llneu ana P,llln niadrns, sizes ' . Q Stock must bo cleared out during 1214c grade. All neat deslraulo q M 30 Bars' Diamond C Saap $1.00 I 4C ,nh vlBorcallx- l-c0 S1.05 2 (o c years; worth $1 each; cloa-- B . this shlo, moke your selections early Patterns uC E v 44 inch Storm Serge $1.50 . .81.15 nnco llrlco GOc B q you will bo well pleased. . . I Less quantities at the same price. Have I co lnch Kpinglo, $L,75 8l!25 "" - X ' SILKOUNES COLONIAL COMFORT SATEENS I your goods delivered FREE in Our Auto I lnch oroaux. $1.75 ....81.25 AM08KEAG APRON CHECKS J ssssB ! M 25c grado beautiful e 1 56 Inch French Sorgo $1.75 . i on Nono hotter than Amoskcai' H l ' Sf. - 9C """' 19C Panofcuy. j , J;.,,;; ,, j B k "ITopFaND COUNTRY MUSLIN COLORED OUTING FLANNEL BLACK H'E TWILLS L !. going for ri IS'-ic grade gs l-o Erode, for work shirts and boys DRE88 GINGHAMS- T 72C " 9C Sl-SS West Center - Logan 2M 9c "XX?lm,9C i Hi ''"-oooc.W......We..ciJr sVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVbVAVAVAv-'