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M PAGE SIX THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1915
me Logan ivepuuiican j Published by the Bj REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING CO. n Logon, Utth jjl ' Bullcn 1'roslilcnt and Editor htfi J- C. Allen Jr.... Secy, nnd Mnnagor Wfl Kntered nt tbo post oillco ovory Tuos- lu day, Thursday and Saturday at Logan j Utah, as second class matter. IE SUBSCRIPTION RATES I I By Mall I On0 Yenr 13.00 1 Six Months 1.50 I Threo Months 75 I 1 " Ily Carrlor I Ono Year j3,G0 I ' Six Months 1 7o I " Thrco Mouths 90 19' If not Paid in advance udd fifty nil cents par year oxtra. 'i 4 Subscribers wishing tlio address of 0 their paper changed will pleaso give E former as well ns tliolr present ad- 1 ' dress. All papers are continued un til explicit order Is received by us to ' discontinue. All arrears must bo paid In ovory caso. RETAIL TRADE AND COMMUNITY PROGRESS Do pcoplo who buy goods away I from homo stop to think how retail trnde lies at the foundation of our 1 1 prosperity? IK A very largo sharo of the taxes of I 1 any community Is pat dby tho retail I I merchants or their employes. Many II' of the employees may pay -no direct Mm tnxes, but they rent houses on which n taxes nro paid. If tho homo stores IB did not employ theso people, the Bt houses would stand empty, or more IV likely would never have been built. II If every ono would make It n K point to buy goods whonever possl. .' I bio In tho homo town, our merchants H would lncrcaso their business nnd pay more taxes. This would mako I possible moro public Improvements a lower tax rato or both. fl If wo aM got the 'Tluy away from tm homo" fovor, some of our merchants Hi would have to ault, while others B1 would hava to reduce their stocks BJ nnd turn off part of their help. Mnny H housoa would bo vncant. Taxable UM property would fall off, and strict HI municipal' economy would ho noccs- H sary. It would hurt every public Hj scrvlco supportotl out of taxes. Bj When you send money out of IJU town, jou holi pay taxes and secure III' public Improvements somewhoro elso. J ' Hotter keop It nt homo to get our BJC own public improvements with. Send- BJ ing money away Is killing the gooso II that lays the golden egg. While wo IB nro reaching out for pennies wo IB think we nro saving, we nro sub. B trading tho dollars that build up J homo prosperity, and on which our pub'Ic wolll being depends. B Tho success of retail trade Is cs- B ecntlal to tbe town's advancement In all lines of progress. If tho morch- ant and their employes nro doing B well, they contrlbuto freely to tho U churches, lodges, charities, and all B. our philanthropies. Taking money B away from homo trade currents Is H. taking it away from all these inter- BJ cats, so vital to the advancement of BJ tho town. AUTOMOBILE COMPETITION V' Railroads that do a heavy tourist 9. business havo been complaining B nbout their lossoa through automo- H bile competition. With a good slz B eil family, tliu saving by using a Br motor can be very considerable. It Ei Is ono of the economies which poo- Bj. )lo plan In advance to offset tho cost Bi of tho car. Hut as a mattor of fact Hi there may not bo much saving here. I ho averago motor party probably spends ns much In hotel bills and garage fees ns It saves. But they think they nro saving tho prlco of tho railroad pnssago, which nmounts to tho same thing The effect Is seen In tho passengor earnings of nny lino doing n tourist business. In tho commuter towns nround'tho largo cities, the motor partly tnkes tho plnco of the train. In tho plainer communities, the working pcoplo still scrnmhlo for tho 7:12 train for tho city ofllco ns they did of yore. Hut In the wenlthler neighborhoods tho sociable sight of tho who'o mas culine clement rushing en masse for tho 8:34 Is no more. The swift moving motor gives the business man flvp minutes longer over his egg and coffee. The railroads for tho tlmo being will ho hard put to It to mnke econ omies to counterbalance this loss. Perhaps they could cut off some near ly empty sleeping and parlor cars. Many of theso are hauled over long dlstnnces with thrco or four pcoplo lonely in solitary grandeur. Theso cars arc heavy nnd It costs good monoy to haul them. Tho rallrcads will alwoys continue to be tho great democratic highway for tho mass of tho people. Long tours In n motor car havo zest for a time. But In time U ceases to bo n novelty. Tho trnln covers tho distance "in the lenst tlmo and tho grcntcst certainty. It costs moro and moro monoy to build n railroad so thnt an existing right of way gets moro and moro vnlunblo. Tho coun try Is growing nnd there will bo mnny freight shipments additional for every motor party thnt Is lost. WHAT WOULD GERMANY'S CONDITION BE? Tho strength of Germnny Is In her BjBtcm of Tariff protection. When tho war bioko out tho allies figured thoy could Btnrvo her Into submission by keeping out supplies from neutral countries. But they now rcallzo nt tho end of tho first year of tho strug glo that she Is solf supporting. Al though surrounded on nil sides by cncmlos, she produces within her borders sufficient food and materials for hor wants, nnd to spare Whnt would bo tho condition of Germany today If she had Anglicized her eco nomic policy ns Wilson has tho pol icy of tho United States nnd produc ed only thoso things which sho could produce- the most cheaply? And yet thnrp are somo persons who still give an attentive ear to tho theories of .lohn Cobden nnd cast t'nolr votes for his disciples. Auglaize (O.) Republican. THE YOUNG MEN AND THEIR CLOTHES In looking over n trade report tho other day, tho statement was notic ed that the "young men's clothing houses" were selling certain styles. This prompts tho question: Is there a distinctively young man's stylo of dress? Across tho line of sex no such lino appears. Elderly women froquontly dress ns If thoy were try ing to call attention to fresh beau ty. And young women who could afford to attract scrutiny frequently dress very simply. In othor orders of existence. It Is quite common for tho male to ho decked out In flno plumage. The mn'o bird Is apt to -wear brilliant feathers, while tho female may be dull grey or brown. Tho human male seems to have somo longings for this display, and to part from it, nt least during youth with somo regret Up to tho past century, men's dress clothes wore of tho most gorgeous rainbow hues. In some branches of sport Wo huntreg and golf, red and green aro still moro or less popular. Tho dominant feeling among ma- I EDWARD P. KlMBALlS I j Assistant Organist of the Salt Lake Tabernacle J IB ! -will toach In Logan on Monday of each week and wilt accept 'pupils f Hi I ' Piano, organ nnd theory. His temporary studio is In tho Pavilion, k cornor First East and Center streets, whero ho may be consulted j mu . between 8:30 nnd 12:30, nnd 1 nnd 5:00 o'ctock by thoso who aro Inter- I M f estcd In lessons, or he may be found at Hotel Logan each Sunday j Hj evonlng. j H i Beginners as Well as Advanced Pupils j 1 Of Local Interest. H Some People We Know, and W Will Hjj Profit by Hearing About HJ Them flUf This is a purely local ovent, Hfj It took placo In Logan. MHF' Not In sotno faraway place. IfH You aro asked to Investigate It. jEjHj Asked to bcllovo a citizen's word; WBR To conform a citizen's statomont. jjljj I'o conform a citizen's statement. WW Any arttclo that is endorsed at CJ' homo rfl' Is more worthy of confidence r A Than ono you know nothing about, i ' Endorsed by unknown people. BBBk HHHHHHHHHHHHHHmmmmw BBBBBBBBbYAbBBBBBVBBBBVbW BEBLZBBBBBBBBBEHI Erastus Peterson, C18 N. Main St., Logan, says: "As tho result of a cold sottllng on my kidneys and strains from over exertion, I had an attack of lamo back. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and thoy cured mo. I don't hesitate to tell of my experi ence with Doan's Kidney rills." Prlco 50c, at all doalors. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills tho eamo that Mr. Peterson had. Foster-Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. Any man who oxpoctod Froo Trado to add a grain of happiness In his home now finds himself woefully mis taken. It la a poor bnrgaln to trado Protective Tariff homo comfort for Freo Trado homo poverty. - - --r - I .tiire men favors lnconsplcuousncss of clothes. This holds down formnl dress to plain and severe black. In business llfo startling checks and plnhb nro condemned ns "loud" and effusive. There nro many young men, however, who nppnrcntly dis like to bo held down by theso ruV lugs. Seemingly they would like to arrny themselves In purplo and fine "Inen, to bo physically resplendent to tho other sex. And so It comes nbout thnt men's styles orlglnnto mnny novelties ev ery year. Thoy aro. not very pro nounced as compared with women f fndhlons. But men's dress Is so nearly nltko that ;my variation I" noticeable. Tho clothing maker who would bcII to youth must stock up on theso chnnges. Young men dislike to follow too much th0 beat en path. They cherish their own In dividuality, nnd seem to prefer somo thing that emphasizes it, and gives them some mnrk of distinction from their follows. WHAT A MOTHER SHOULD BE A very helpful nnd inspiring ser mon to mothers Is contributed In tho November lssuo of tho Worn nn'a Homo Companion by Charles E. Jefferson, pnstor of the Broadway Tabernacle, New York City. In his sormon Doctor Jefferson tells some of the characteristics an Ideal mother should possess. Following Is an ex tract of what ho has to say regard ing the love of n mother: "A mother may understand all tho mysteries and all Unowlcdgo, but If sho has not love, sho Is nothing. Strang to sny, somo mothers socm to be deficient in love. It la a di vine law that only ns ono loses him nylf is it possible for him to find himself. Not a few mothers iavo lofty notions of their social or ar tlstlc or literary gifts, and strong ambitions to develop theso to tho utmost. They begrudge ovory mo ment they give to their children. They hand them over to governness and nurses, and at tho earliest pos slb'b moment send them off to n boirdlng school. In this way they rob themselves of that enrlphment of affection and discipline of spirit that Ood has provided for mothers who faithfully perform their duties. They loso also tho highest raptures that a mother's heart can know. "Mothers who nro unwilling to bo bothered by their children, cannot oxpect their children to know or lovo them. If In tho morning a mo ther refuses to rlso up nnd Iservo her sons nnd daughters, sho wijl find in tho afternoon thnt they will not rise up and call her blessed. Mnny a mother reaches tho end of llfo with n lonely and hungry heart be causo when sho was young sho was too busy to knit tho hearts of her children to her." THE PUBLIC BUILDING PROBLEM Secretary McAdoo of tho treasury department, It Is announced, Is mak ing a trip across tho continent to study the public building problem. It Is more of a subject than can bo covered in a threo weeks trip. Just whnt phaso of It Is being Investigat ed Is not stated In the dispatch. Tho phaso that worries tho tax payer Is tho enormous wasto thru tho pork barrel system of distribut ing government structures. Yot while tho wholo thing is wrong, you can't blamo tho Individual town for hustling for its fair sharo. It Is not right that ono place gets a handsomo limestone post ofllco through exert ing tho proper Influence, while somo lurgor and moro control town Is left out. Aud so Congress will go ahead dis tributing theso plums through somo Invlslhlo princlpio of lnflucnco and pull. It wllll go Into n town whero adequato quarters could bo rented for $1500 a year, nnd put up a $100, 000 building. Tho lntorest on in vestment and upkeep must represont at least $5000 a year, probably more. A prlvato citizen who had contract ed to do tho postal work would pur suo a different policy. Commonly ho would draw up specifications and hand them to somo local capitalist. Tho latter would put up a block, re serving quartors adequato for tho government work. Tho rent for tho postal quqarters would bo roducod by lotting part of tho building for ofllco or storo purposes. Of courso In tho lnrgor towns It may bo desirable to provide a build ing for governmont uso exclusively. Hero comes tho rub. Every cross roada village is convlncod that It has roachod that stage So It pro ceods to domand ono more gem of federal architecture And as politics now goes, every body's doln' it! A town must grab for Its sharo of tho pork or get loft In tho gamo. Dut somo day the av orago voter will seo what It costs him and take stops to Btop it. Tho way to tako tho tariff out of politics Is to tako all tho workers in tho United States into tho party of Protection. Legal Notices. NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City, Utah, Oct. 11, 1015. Notlco Is hereby given that Fred erick Stolgraoyer, whoso post ofllco nddross is Salt Lako City, Utah, has mado application In accordanco with tho requirements of tho Compiled Laws of Utah, 1007, as amended by tho Session Lnws of Utah, 1009, 1911 and 1015, to appropriate ono hundred flftcon (115) cubic feet of water per second from Blacksmith Fork, Cache County, Utnh. Said water win bo diverted at a point which lies 859.32 feet west from tho southeast corner of tho southwest quarter of Section 1, Township 10 north, Ilango 2 cast, Salt Lako baso and meridian nnd conveyed by means of n pipe lino for a dlstanco of 17,320 feet and there used from Jnnuary 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, to genorato power for the purpose of electric lighting nnd propelling machinery in cities, villages, mining camps and mines in the State of Utah. After having been so used, tho water will bo returned, at a point which bears south 80 degrees 58 minutes east 14,110 feet from tho north cast cor ner of tho northwest qunrter of Sec tion 11, TownBhlp 10 north, Rango 1 cast, Salt Lako baso and meridian. This application Is designated in tho Stato Engineer's ofllco as No. C220. All protests against tho granting of said application, stating tho rea sons therefor, must bo mado by affi davit in duplicate, accompanied by a fee of $2.50 and filed in this ofllco within thirty (30) days after .tho completion of tho publication of this notlco. W. D. BEERS, Stato Engineer. Dato of first publication, October 27, 1915, dato of completion of pub lication, November 2C. 1915 Adv n27 m m Notice of Sale of Unclaimed and Refused Freight Notice is hereby given that tho un derslgned will sell nt tho Orogon Short Lino rtallroad Company's Freight Depot, at Logan, Cacho coun ty, Utnh, Wednesdny November 24, commencing nt 2 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of realizing sufficient to pay freight charges, storage, togothor with cost of advortlslng and oxponso of salo, as provided for by tho laws of tho Stato of Utah, rclatlvo thoro to, tho following described frieght: "Four cases of lubricating oil, one caso of axlo greaso and ono palii of axle grease, this shipment weighing approximately 405 pounds, freight charges $8.C7, storago $19.90 ship ment originating with tho Monitor Oil Works, of Cleveland, Ohio, and destined Hans Peterson. Forty.thrbo packages of printed mattor, weighing approximately thrco thousand and twenty pounds, freight charges $180, storago $124 shipment originating with tho Ackorman-Qulg-ley Lithographing Co., Kansas City, Mo. Tho above shipments have remain ed unclaimed and refused for a per iod of more than 00 days, salo is ordered. OREGON SHOUT LINE It. Itf CO. Per J. It. Morton, Agent. Adv. n-11 Tho Hyrum Amusement hall Is be ing equipped with n heating plant, which Is being Installed by D. V. Anderson of this city. Tickling in tho throat, hoarsoness, loss of volco, Indicates tho need of BALLARD'8 HORDHOUND SYRUP. It eases tho lungs, quiets the cough and restores health in tho bronchial tubos. Prlco 25c, EOc nnd $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by Rltor Bros. Rrug Co. Factory Tire Re pairing and Vulcanizing Work Satisfactory or No Pay. 15 Years Experience in Tire Factory, Akron, Ohio A little repairing now and then will save you from pur chasing new tires till spring. EO A. iWiDDLETON With Cache Valley Electric 33 West First North Phone 53 . I NO ALUM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure Arrival and Departure of Mails Following is the new mall schedule at Logan, Utah, postofflce on account of tho new tlmo card of the Oregon Short Lino, ef fective, September 27, 1915: CLOSING OF MAIL8 East, West, North and South 8:00 a. m. 1:15 p. m. East, West and South 5:09 p. m. Preston Branch, North 10:55 a. m. 8:10 p. m. Branch Loop, South, Hyrum, Wellsvllle, etc 1:15 p. m. Providence and Mlllvllle, via R. F. D 9:30 a. m. Benson and King, (except Sunday) 9:30 a. m. It. F. D. 1, College Ward, (extept 8unday) 9:30 a. m. It. F. D. 2, North Logan (except Sunday) 9:30 a. m. ARRIVAL OF MAILS East, West, North and South .... 9:10 a ra., 2:30 p. m. 11:45 a. m., 0:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. Preston Branch 8:45 a. m. 2:30 i. m. Branch Loop, Wellsvllle, Hyrum, etc 11:45 a. m. Providence and Mlllvllle 4:30 p. m. Bonson and King (except Sunday) 4:00 h. m. R. F. D. 1, College Ward 4:30 p. m. R. F. D. 2, Greenville. North Logan 1:00 p. m. All windows at the postofflce are closed on Sundays the entire day. General delivery, stamp and carrier windows are open on holi days from 9 to 10 o'clock a. m. -Only two dispatches are made on Sundays: Main line, all polsnts 8:00 a. m., Preston branch, north 8:10 p. m. Very respectfully, JOSEPH, ODELL, Postmaster. Dance at Hilliard Hall SMITHFIELD EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT With the Hyde Park Band to furnish the music. Good Crowds Always in Attendance. INTERURBAN CARS both North and South, before and after the Ball. Outside Patronage Solicited AlThoStyn Ofllio PcacocK", PARTICULAR I EOPLE GIVE8 PERFECT SATISFACTION. THE PRICE 18 NO HIGHER. WHY BUY ANY OTHER KIND? WE ARE EXCLU8IVE AGENTS FOR LOGAN NEVER OUT OF COAL Thatcher Coal Co. Phone 16 and 76 46 West Center Street Up Town Office at Thatcher Livery It pays to advortlBO try itl Call at this ofllco and get a bundle of old papers for a nlckol. Just tho thing for starting fires, i Jllg Trenton FLOUR THE FLOUR WHICH CAPTURED THE PRIZE AT THE CACHE COUNTY FAIR SOLD AT Julius Stender&Co. 61 EA8T FIRST NORTH STREET j DEALERS IN ALL KIND8 OF f MILL PRODUCE WE DELIVER PHONE 146nw Uso our classified ads' thoj aro roal business getters, Whon your food does not digest woll and you feel bluo, tirod and dis couraged, you should uso a llttlo HEnBINB at hod tlmo. It opens tho bowels, purifies tho Bystom and rcstoroa a flno feeling of health nnd lonorgy. Prlco COo, Sold by Rltor 'Bros. Drug Co. Adv.