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PAGE FOUR THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8. 1919 ,
B VBH!XSKn HMKnHM
I Auto Lighting, Repairing!
B Plumbing Work I
I New and Up-to-date Shop
B I If yoti want 'Jtouit automobile washed call on me I
H I' '"' ' ALL WORK GUARANTEED E
I ' M. BIRCH I
H I 42 North 1st West Phonc 118 Logon, Utah I
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H) 1 LOCAL NEWS
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H( Hyacinths, tulips and narcissus
m just arrlvod. from Holland. Cnclio
H' Valley Floral Co. Adv-tf
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B Mr. T. K. Obray or 1'aradlso was
H; In tho city yesterday on business.
H' Mr. Luther Howell spent yesterday
H In Salt Lake City on business.
H ' '
B Fen SALB Vary fiaa modari
B hoiau. Close In. Phone 713 Adv-U
H' Mr. John Blstllno sustained a fiav
H turcd arm while cranking his auto-
H uobllo yesterday morning.
fl Judge Call will arrlvo In town o-
B day to tako care of the big schedule
Hj of probate cases which awaits Mini, i
' .Single top buggy and harness for
H sale. Cache Valley FJoralJJo.
H ' AdT-n-8
H f Samuel Larson and Thomas Jcssop
ot Mlllvillo were among tho Logan
H visitors yesterday. Roth of those
H gentlemen-raised-a good crop of
H wheat In Pocatello vnlloy this year,
M Messrs. Marlnor and Scott Dalr
H spent yesterday In Lognnt It -was
H too wet' to work in tho beet fields
B - and thoy camo over to look after
Bfl buslness-'hcie.
BBb Plenty of boys rubbers boobs at New
H hold's. Adv-U-1G
Bb
H President C.v N, Jensen and Dr.
H 11. S. AmUBseu will be tho speikors
H In tho tabornaclo Sunday afterniJii.
H Tlio publlo Is invited.
Mrs. A. Walton underwent a sue-
H cessful operation In this city yestjr-
H day for abdominal trouble At p-oia
H timo last night she was getting ulon
H nicely.
H ", Quarterly confeicncc will bo held
H In thu rrovldonro First -ward ahis
H morning and afternoon. Meeting
H will contlnuo Sunday,
m 4, $, 4, .j, ,j. , ,.,.
For Good Results
H . R. H. JACKSON, D. C.
m Palmer Graduate
M CHIROPRACTOR
H Arimo Block
H Phone 131
I SOME BARGAINS IN HOMES
and nearby ncroagos. It. T. Smith
& Co., 4G N. Main streot. Ally C
Elder Nlols Jacobsen will spent at
tho Scandinavian meeting Sun lay,
Novombcr 9,. at 10:30 a. in. All
Scandinavians aro invited to utt.iu-i
' Tho latest report given ot the Har
ris murder caso which has caused so
much excitement In this state, Is to
tho effect that Eugene Harris wan
found guilty. Mrs. Alice Harris ,tnd
her son Loland wore acquitted. Tho
defendant has asked for a new rial
and waB thereforo rclcsed on $3 OdO
ball.
The football game playod on tho 1).
Y. campus yesterday afternoon be
tween tho Logan High School and
the D. Y. C. team ended 32 to 0 11
favor of tho B. Y. C. team. Althoiix'i
tho score was rather ono Bided those
who saw the gaino say it was a good
one and wan full of good plays.
The greatest range sale of the vear
.begins Novomber 12 and ends Novcm
Ibor 18. A factory man will be at
1 Evorton and Sons store on above
I dates to demonstrate the South Bond
Mnlleab',0 Range. This Is tho highest
(grade rango made,' but on account of
,a favorable contract It Is bolu; soli'
below tho present market prka, and
besides a nlco sot ot aluminum ware
will be given free with each rmiP".
Alv
We will pay you tho market price
for your Liberty bonds, plus accrued
Interest to date. Hatch, Inauranco
and llonds, Phono 980. Ovor Pro
scription Drug Store. Adv-tt
Tho Shamhart Chrtstcnsen stnru
has very graciously tendorod the use
of a room to tho club women ot this
city. Tho 100m Is on tho Mesiiiilus
floor oftholrcstabllshment and ban
boon beautifully' furnlshod by these
gentlomcn. Tills privilege Is great
ly appreciated. by all club mouth rig
and no doubt will be largely tako'i
advantage of.
TERMS SUITABLE FOR ALL
and prices to' make you glad In'ntv
homes. U. T. Smith Co. Adi !
For Best Results see
G. L. CHADWICK
Chiropractor
10-11, 2-4, 6:30-7:30
Hours
Arimo 'Bik t Phone 80
H BIG MONEY IN SUGAR BEET SEED.' I
H -AVo art) prnpared to bonk a limited acrengo in sugar beet seed I
B with Qroweis who have tho beets. I
M W,lll pajl 300.00 per ton, Ynu can raise fioiu 0119 to two tons I
H the
1 'i FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
Wrlto us at onco ir you aro Intorosted and savo dlssappolntment.
We furnish complete dlrectlon now to grow tho Bred.
WESTERN SEED GROWERS ASSOCIATION
C37 Atlaa Building - ,- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 1
BLLJ-'L.:ja-..0-. 1: , ....
Mrs Chas Trotman, prcslden
Mrs Ocorgo Q. Rich, secretary, Mrs.
B. R. Owen, committeeman of tho
War Mothers association of Cache
will leave today for Salt Lake Cliy
to attend tho state convention of Hit1
association to bo held thoro tomor
row. Tho purpose, wo understand,
of the convention, Is to' rGchrljO'n
tho association and provide for the
ndoptlon of a constitution theroMH
In line with tho present organization
of tho American Legion.
f
You can savo utoney 'by buying
clothing, shoes 'mid genu furnishings
at KoHbold'H. Olvo us a call.
Adv-11-lB
Plenty of money to loan on city or
farm property. H. A. PcdersoD.
Adv-tf
The best bargains In men's and
boys clothing, orcrcoats, leathor vests
macklnaws and furnishings at Now-I
holds. AdV-11-lG
I
Wc will pay you the market price
foryour Liberty bonds, plusaccrucd
Interest to date. Hatch, Insurance
and Bonds, Phone 980. Over Pro
scription Drug Store. Advtf
1
CLIP, CLIP, CLIP) the song ot the
shears, clipping out tho vote coupons
that appear In every Issue of the Re
publican. ,'
At Newbolds I shall see young
men's overcoats at wholesale prlcew
for three days only, Adr-ll-S
LOST A sollld cold oval pin. Rn
graved In small letters H C K. Find
er will communicate with this of
fice. Adv-tf
Each day the IT. A. c( ' football
team plays In Colorado the score will
be given by quarters at the Owl. bil
liard hall. Adv-ll-S
PUBLIC WELFARE IS
PARAMOUNT ' '
It has been Bald; before but it will
stand repltion because particularly
appllablo io tho situation at Uila tlnto
that If tho kings and' kaisers ,rYupct
ors and czars had to go In to the
tronrhes and onduro the hiuds'iips
of a soldlor thoro would be fewfir
wars: and If tho salaried olllcers "f
labor unions had to walk tho ntrcct3
Jobless and hungry and enduro the
hardship of a striker there would bo
fewer strikes.
Tlien for the enforcement of a
wago demands and changed working
conditions which at least are M
tlmcd if not wholly unjustified, any
body of men organized or unoik'iin
ized consplro to inflict hardship mid
suffering on tho general public, b)
closing down factories, mines, nut
roads or other Industries whos-s op
eration is essential to the general
welfare, right then doos it become t'le
duty of tho Qovornment by whatev
er means or force necessary not only
to interpose and stop It but arrest
and prosecute responsible for such
outlawry.
' This is a government of law and
no rltl?en or body of citizens Is above
tho law. The government has not
hesitated to fix tho wages and work
ing conditions of' railroads. In meas
urable degrco it has done tho same
with mines. "
Tho rallioads did not strike nor
threaten tho pcoplo with privation
and hardship by closing down. Neith
er did tho mines.
But suppso they had. How long
would tho govornmont or tho people
have folerated It?
Suioly if tho government has auth
ority of unirorm Its citizens, placo
guns In their hands and send thorn'
into tho trenches to shoot and bo
shot at it has thu authority to man
and operate tho inllroads and mtnc3
and when nocessary to tho public
welfare that this bo dono any gov
ernment worthy of the name will not
hcsltato to do It.
If drastic action becomes necessary
there should bo no quibbling about
it. In this as in every other contro
versy tho public welfare Is paramount.
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RADICALS HAD BETTER
TRIM THEIR
SAILS
I In discussing the Nonpartisan
League, tho argument too often tu-us
to personalities which clou-Is Die
real Issue.
Tho loaguo depends tor Us suc
cess on the support ot tho farmers,
on'tho theory that by building up a
strong political party with fanners
in control, special privileges can bo
secured Tor tho farmers In the way
of stato owned elevators, flour mills,
banks and principal lines of activity
and distribution relating to fanning,
at tho expense of tho general tax-
I QUALITY FIRST
Has Always Been our Motto r
Jewelry Repair Work j
i :
Honest Goods At Honest Prices j
C. M. Wendelboe, Jeweler J ''
OS HAST FIK8T NORTH STREET LOGA1I, UTAH S
The Logan I 000DF
REPUBLICAN pnM V0TES
BIG 52,500 PROFIT SHARING AND
CIRCULATION HOTLDING CAMPAIGN
This ballot must be voted beforo Saturday, November 12, 1919.
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Name of Candidate - '.
M
Town District No ' 1
This renders Free Vote Coupon will oount for the number of .1
votes printed above when properly filled out and sent In to the
Campaign Manager ot the Logan Republican before tho explrntloa
date printed above. ANY NUMDER OF THESE VOTE COUPONS ;
CAN DE SENT IN BY A CANDIDATE nnd they will ull count fur
the above number of votes In The Republicaa's Auto Campaign.
payors.
If the farmers would only atop o
think they would soon see that any
party or organization, built on '.ho
theory or special privileges, is bocnu
to fail in this nation as It Is entirely
contrary to every principal ot our
constitution and form of governma,,t,
The bank failure at Fargo, N. 1) .
was 'a typical illustration of politi
cal domination of a bank for the bon
eflt of a special class.
Class rule always has-failed au1
always will fall, however strong it
may be for a fleeting period.
Organizations such as the Nonpar
tisan league, and radical labor groups
soclclng to control this nation in the
Interest-of a select class' would do
well to trim their sails to' America 1
standards as laid down in our Con
stitution else they will wake up some
morning with bare poles for the tem
pest of public disapproval will liovi
blown their rotten sails (theories) In
to tho Boa,
STRAY NOWCE W
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State ot Utah, County of Cachhe.
I have In my possession the follorr
Ing described animal, which it Hat
cllaimed and taken away wlthia tea
days from date, will be sold to tke
highest eash bidder at my corral, at
12 o'clock boon, November 12, ISIS.
One red and' white two' year eld
steer with white face and slit In the
left ear. Na brands visible.
JOS. H. HARDUAN,
City Estray Pound Keeper.
Mendon Pricinct Adv
m
3- Washing Enamel: '
All dirty murks on white enamel
should bo rubbed with a " piece of
flannel moistened with methylated
spirit. Then wash tho euarnel i:li
warm sonpy water, dry mid rub with
n flannel liprlnkleil with whiting. Pol
ishing with a dry duster' completes tho
process. White enamel furniture treat
ed In this way from time to time re
tains Its brightness for a Ion; wrtnd.
Gome to the BIG RANGE SALE ;
NOVEMBER 12fh to 18fh
A
n55&95i5El A actory man wiH be at our
BlgP yKBffil store to demonstrate and sell j
8"H, He wiU give a valuable set of Aluminum
fi5HBl:H'' The South Bend
ffifjg YOU'LL FIND THE PRICE MUCH LOW-
EVERT0H & SONS Logan, Utah
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