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I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1019 THE LOGAN IiiTUBLIOArv pAGE SEVEN I
1 The llian wseklf.
I liisiusirial Review
J jutospimous ixdustiuks M.m-
iii taivixcj laugh paykolls,
t AND KMPLOYIXG THOUSANDS
If OK SATISF1KI) 'WOltKMGV AIM-:
Q 11KST AHGUMKNTS AOAIXST
B ItOLHIIKVIKM.
J , October 27. Sat Lake Ore shlp-
ffl menfft resumed by Utah Apex m!o.
I'rovo Empire Mines company
E strikes ore running 9 to 1G per cent
I! copper.
I Salt Lake nig Cottonwool Cj1-
W Itlon Mines company ncqulros proior-
Vkif" $ ty of Copper King. Lets contract for
lfa i 400 feet addltjpnal work In ii mn-
Jfcjfrl nel.
JrflrJf Lehl Alplno school dlstrlst to
f 7(f -vote on $165,000 bond Issuo on Ni-
. veniber 1.
I jf Duckvlllo. Now feeding ground
j; for ducks being built.
I Morgan. Plans completed fo vf
' crvolr on Lost Creek to Irrlgato sov-
oral thousand acres.
Park City Ontario mlno mn'cvi a
strike on tho 1800 level. ,
Salt Lake Pinion Queen to slnl: a
shaft to GOO level.
rf St. George Work to start ot Ar
rowhead Trail Boon.
Strikes In copper mines fo nented
l.y agitator and which re-rnKfl m
4 weeks or lost tlmii for tho men, have
in.ll failed for the simple reason '! tt;
was no legitimate grounds for t.ui:.
'ProsldcntJ Kelly of the Anncoala Co.
raid that this company ha i for
nicnths dono everything poisi'do to
meet demands but as soon as v. Td
beeu met concessions of a new nature
liad been asked until tho eompj'i'y
' had reached a point whoro not anot. -
i,- ei step could bo taken to in-at 'lie
' ptrlkers. Tho consorvatlvo L.vr ol-
.ement voted by an overwhelm! .ft v.' In
to return the work. EfIlclo"..y of 1a-
lor Is Increasing as Jobs become
j scarcer duo to Influx of w)Vcin.
r The big Coeur d'Aleno strike just
failed for the same reason.
, ! Salt LaivO Ono hundred nnJ
J twelvo thousand dollar contract aw-
J r- . nrdod" for erection of Woit Junior
I '.-. high school.
i- Moab Western Allies we'l muring
' oil sands.
? ' Smlthfleld to have a $GU.'.'00 pea
canning factory.
' . Uoad construction work u be
rushed near Folnt of Mountain. j
: " Ogden Contract let for J'.h'O.tOO
, . high school building.
m ' Sprlngvllle Mapletdn sugar 'ac-
&. tory opens for season.
V - Ogden Library receives $8,000.
H N W. S. Geological survey shown
coal mining Increasing In tUah.
I Eureka New buildings gotug UP
';.'''. -at Tlntlc Empire
S' ' Cedar City Many drilling lrriga-
' tlon wells. Dlxlo Powor company er-
I , octing lines to supply farmers with
' fr"i- ' llglits aud power to raise water to
' !.'. surface.
! I'rovo To have now county and
If. city building. Location decided.
One practically untouched potash
bed extending from Kosmo, Utah In
to Wyoming near Green Itlvor con
V talus sufficient of these salts to sup-
'' ply tho U. S. for 800 years. Itepro-
v sentatlvos of this Industry nro now
1 . In Washintgon striving for a reduc-
t:'A tlon of carload rntes on this product
I" . to eastern, and southern points. As-
& STOMACH UPSET?
jE Oct at the Real Cause Take
Y Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
I That's wjiat tliousand3 of stomach
jfr Euffcrera are doing now. Inctcad of
i taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
i ' poor digestion, they are attacking the
" real cause of the ailment clogged
liver and disordered bowels
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nrourc
,-,' the liver in a 6oothlng, healing way.
. Vhcn tho liver and bowels are per-
,, forming their natural functions, away
lY" goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
Wj Have you o bad taste, wted
' tongue, poor appetite, u lazy, don't-
:'V care feeling, no ambition or energy,
t ' trouble with undigested foods? Take
OUveTablets, the substitute forcalomel.
I: . Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arc a
? IT purely vegetable corniwund mixed with
) olive oil. You will know them by their
I I olive color. They do the work without
if griping, cramps or pain.
) ' .Take one or two at bedtime for quick
rwlef. Eat what you like, 10c"ana25c
j i- i
JfSL.'iL-'S!'--!-.-rr,-
surmice lmvo been recelvevl from
KOVeriimentHl ottlcluls that wtlsfHC
tory rates will be granted. Small
potash plants are operating at tlireo
points In the Utah Wyoming field.
Two potash mills are operating on nl
unlte ores In central Utah, whoro
commercial deposits are also exten
sive. Utah promises to become Im
portant producer of thla vital fertil
izer within a few years provided
satisfactory railroad rates nro secured.
Incredible.
Wlc men spy that If wo could set
ourselves ns others 'see us, we wouldn't
believe it. Tlt-Ults.
INDIGESTION, 1ULIOUSNES-4, CON
STIPATION Chamberlain's Tablots hav i re
stored to health nnd happiness hun
dreds who wero afflicted wlMi Indi
gestion, biliousness and ronuMpatlon.
U you aro troubled In this way glvo
them a trial. You aro certaAi fo be
pleased for they will benefit jrim.
f $10 in Gold For A NameS )
J THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN WILL GIVE A $10 CASH -
- - PRIZE TO ANYONE OR EVERYONE WHO WILL . j
, I .' TURN IN $20 WORTH OP SUBSCRIPTIONS IN THE J.
' i.- REPUBLICAN'S BIG $2,500 AUTO AND PRIZE VOT- 1
1- :fm t ING CONTEST, BEFORE SATURDAY, NOV. 1ST. J
t ' .. CANDIDATES ALREADY NOMINATED ARE 1
I - , NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS CASH PRIZE.
- ' 'l -W' . ' Don't you think you could collect $20 worth of sub- - i
1 '! scriptions before Saturday. Nov. 1st? If so, You Can I
. Win $10 in EXTRA PRIZE MONEY and at the same
time be up among the leaders in votes. -J
' 1 You can nominate yourself or a friend in fact you a
,.Xv-. j can send in as many nominations as you wish and as fast -l
afyou" fiends qualify, YOU WILL RECEIVE THE
'iS!z$g $10 IN GOLD. The names of those sending in nomina- ( .
fiSSS tions will not be divulged if requested. R
jRp. ihM IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO ENTER THE REPUBLI" fflgfcrf
P'St-Jil CAN'S CONTEST AND WIN AN -AUTOMOBILE. Clin fafe,
. pi5lSL out the nomination blank in this issue and send in your VrSSi
rHEm name or the name of a friend. SfS
fSfegf DO IT NOW-TODAY. Sfe-4S
feitra ' Address all communications to '
j THE CAMPAIGN MANAGER lfc
gfe , LOGAN. REPUBLICAN - Sggg
' - RO-Box284 phone849, L0Kan,utah )mm
to
Where Seagulls Roost.
Sengulls do nut nlwnyn roost on the
water, as persons familiar with the
places sny that tliousands of gulls
roost in trees on Illg Duck, Little
Duck and Old Man Islands In Mnlue,
nnd not only roost In trees, hut nest
In them ns well. Tho sumo Is truo of
many other Islands along the Mulno
coast. Tho gulls of Host on hnrbor und
thereabouts lmvc particular roosting
places on tho wultr.
Good Rules for Life's Conduct.
Thoso Unit are perfii't men do not
easily glvo credit to everything ono
tells thi'iii; for they Itnow tlint luimnii
frailty Is prone to evil, and very sub
ject to fall Inwards. It Is great wls
dom not to be ra.h In thy proceedings,
not to stand slimy In thlno own con
celts; us also not to bclluvo everything
Which thou lienrest, nor presently to
relate ngutn to others wli'it thou hunt
honrd or dost bellevu.
Traveling Flnoers.
Typists' lingers an' the most amaz
ing travelers' In creation, nnd nro cap
nblo of going tremendous distances
without tho fatigue that would como
to tho feet and logs In performing a
similar Journey. In orillnnry type
writing the hand may travel, accord
ing to un expert, 10,000 miles a year
nnd not Indlentu any Impairment In
jjirielcncy. This refers, of course to '
tho averago typist In 1111 office. 1
Lyric Wed and Thurs. 4 to 11 . m. Con
tinuous Matinee 25c, Evening 25c 50c
t 1SOKTON ItAXKKlt DIUIXTS TUAI-'I-'IC IIKItK
James D. Hendcron president of three Ronton banks, directing traffic
on tho corner of Congress nnd Statu street, Doston. Mr Henderson is
"Oiily ono of tho prujiilnet Boston business men who have given their
services during tho police strike.
rOVIJST ORGANIZED AT
, SALT LAKE
Wo do not Imvo to wait for tho
nuSBlnu Sonvlot ltopubllo It Is al
ready argtinlcd at Salt l.ako".
! Tho Workers Soldiers and Sailors
Council notlco tho posseaslvo mark
Is tho Kusslnn Souvlet republic.
I II ImH not yet taken over tho In
dustries, utilities, banks, stoics, arm
ories and public administration of
' Salt Lake but that Is Its objective program.
' Cities llko Salt Lake. Ogden, Den
ver, Oakland and Seattle aro covered
vlth tho bluo circular containing tho
nrcambloi and plan of action of invo
lution. Tho I'ronuiblo rcoltes "that evory
(hlng that gets valluo In this llfo gets
It from tho coupling of hiimnn ener
gy with tho elements of nature.
I "I la tho law of right that tho
ono who puts forth tho energy and
effort to mnko anything or value to
i ri i ' ii ,
Greenhorn Prom tho Hub.
A Ilostnn man who wn passing the
nljrht nt n hotel In a southern town
told tho colored porter he wnntcd.to
bo culled curly In tho morning. Tho
porter replied: "Rny, boss, Ah reckon
yo" nln't fninlll;ir with these lieab mnd
mii Inventions. When yo' wants to
lie culled In do mnwnlu' nil yo' has to
In i lest to press do button nt do
ho-id of yo' bed. Don wo comen up
an' c.ills you." Dostou Transcript.
One Good Point About Him.
Itobort did not neeui to think the
now buliy's looks' were all they might
no. Ii mi his llr.xt vlow of a teal
ne b.iby nnd ho Ktnod looking down
at tho little inlto with wonder In his
eyes. .Suddenly It began to cry must
luiilly nnd he looked up (Illicitly wjili
n pleiiMed expression lu his eyes and
snld : "Well, mother, bo has lots of pop
In his cry anyway."
Left Foot Largest.
Your left foot Ih larger than your
right,- In 00 cases out of 100. Science
explain It In many wnys; but wo ac
cept the easiest one. which Is that wo
are a world of left-looted lounger
We lotin against posts and door Jambs,
ami w do mo-t of our leaning on tho
left foot; ronm'uucutly. through tlw
year. It has grown to support tha
weight that the lajty right foot doesn't.
Tho next tlino you buy shoes, have
your left foot measured first.
himself or to anyone else, ta the on.- M
and the only ono who has any right H
to that which his labor inures vain- R
able. JHI
"The workers nento all wealth, Sfl
and nil wealth belongs to tho Work- UM
or."
"Tho I'lan of Action" always prim- H
ed lu capital tetters 1b tho verbal dy- NH
nnmtto and (ho real dynnmlto lu tho H
Souvolt program. SBB
It Is tho throat to got a govern- Ittt
muni by law aud order and substltuto AH
forco backed by a I'lan of Action. jJS
All 1 poll I leal power and action nro Mw
pledged lu nn executive commltteo Sk?w
of tho I.enlno Trotzky nnd French ML
rovolutlon type. nZ
The republic founded on mass tic-
tlon through labor alono repudiates BM
brains, capital nnd prosperity nnd as- j
slmtlateo nil the radlcalsni of Boclal- M
tstle or communistic typo. U
Polling Places And I
Election Judges I
Following is a list of tho polling j
places and Judges for tho city olec- M
tlon to bo held Tuesday Nov. 4. M
District No. 1, 180 South Malu H
Htrout; 0. I Mnrtlncnu, Samuel H
llench and Hebor J. Cnrllslo. U
District No. 2, Sixth watd meeting M
liouso: W. U. Sknnchy, John J. M
James and Sylvan Neodham. M
District No. 3, IDG West First H
South: Wm. C. Kuglnnd, William H
Williamson and V. W. Hall. H
District No. 4., Third Wnrd mod- H
lug house: C. II Flinders, George D. fl
CtiBto and Kzra Carlson. tt
District Nn. G, Court Ifouso: N. W. H
Kimball, Carl Oarff and J. L. John- H
District No. G, 311 Nrth First H
West: C. M. Fonnesbcck, A. L. Colo M
und J. Chiis. JohnBon. M
District No. 7, Fourth ward meet- M
lug liouso: Fnnnlo Vernon, John O. M
Peterson and James J. Larson. M
DUtrlct No. 8, Gorman mooting M
houso: C. T. Darrctt, 1. C. Nelson 'H
and W. M. Everton H
District No 9, Sovonth ward moo'- M
lug houso: F. C KIdgoll Jr., Charles M
McNeil, T. N. Judnh. H
District No. 10, Wobstor school, H
(Sixth F.ast. between Sovcnth and M
eighth North), James McNeil, Kzra M
Karnes and R O. Larson. M
mM o mm H
SU.U.MONS H
IX Till: CITV COUKT OF LOOAX H
CITY, COUNTY OF OACI1K, H
STATU OK UTAH. H
Logan Idaho Oil & Gas ompany, a
Corporation, Plaintiff, H
H
J. I). Casey, doing business under H
tho firm iiami) or J. 11. Cnsoy & Cour M
pany, Defendant. H
Tho Stato of Utah to tho Said Do- H
fondant: M
You nro horoby summoned to np- H
pear within ten (10) days after scr- H
vlco of this summons upon you, if
rorvod within tho county In which H
this action la brought: othcrwlso mU
within lwonty(20) days after thlB H
Borvlco and defend tho uhovo entitled H
nctlbn; In caso of your failure to do EN
ho, tho plaintiff In this action will Wli
apply to tho court for tho relief de- H
mnnded In tho complnlnt, of which n IjSB
copy Is hereto annexed and hbrowlth yjfty
sorved upon you, nnd will tako Judg- ,. jjSgf
iiient ngalnst you, for tho sum of Wm
NInety-flvo nnd C5-100 Dollars JM
($0G.OC). with Interest at the rate of ?
8 per cent per annum slnco the 15th jjfjj
day of Juno, A. D. 1017, together v
with plaintiff's costs and disburse- tt.,j
mcntB heroin. This action Is brought jHJ
for tho purposo of recovering tho sum ,Ejs
of J05.95, tho purchnse prlco of cer- ,jtfH
tain oil, gasollno and accessories. $
Dated this Sth day of October. A. 1&
D. 1019. W&
L K. NBLSON, TO
Plaintiff's Attorney. fim
, ',v feW
P, O. Address, Arlmo lllock, Logan, M
Utah ."A'd-ll-lS fm
" -'uti' eShb
"Br.
Uncle Ebcn. -' B
"Sotmi moil does hato.J Rlvnji'n- -. . .. M?
body credit fob iiim '-'-' l " -
Elien. "Dey 'CT' IS
without tcarln' ofrti, M
In' out mostly Ktlekors.,r"''. H

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