"6tT MO THE OAML" The Republican county conwuiUon twill soon Ihj dicrc and conslilorable activity is being manifested by jiaity .njanagcrs and prospective candidates, llcadquartcrs wilLbc establi.shcdm.ltih-iln.aavv establi.shcdm.ltih-iln.aavv days andswc understand .that' a campaign clionus.is being orgaulzcd, rallies planned and speeches arranged for. That everj tilling is working in perfect harmony Js an assured fact and the coming ..convention will probably be oncofithe most enthusiastic enthus-iastic ever held In tlie county. There seems to a vciy excellent show for Uie entire county ticket to be elected and aspirants for different olllcesaie not hard to find. The one thing necessary necess-ary Is that the convention select men who nrc thoroughly competent, have a good record as men of business or professional ability and men of good character, and there it little doubt that Cache county will give a glorious Republican victory this fall. Every man interested in Ills jujty should be interested In this muvcntlon and should so work and strive as to make himself felt In the same. Jf any man desires olllce, lit has a right to that divslre, but the woters also haven right to say whetheror not thatjjian shall iiave the olllce. Re-fore Re-fore the convention ;uul In the convention con-vention any man lias a perfect right towoik for whom he pleases, but it is no more than right that every man should look at the matter impartially and determine for himself whether the man he deshes to suppoit Is a man thoroughly lit for the position and in such uccoid with hlsp.utyas to make his election possible if nominated. nom-inated. Let eveiy man use every honorable means to secuie the nomination nomin-ation of ids favorite candidate, but when tlie convention has done its work and perchance Ills man has been defeated let him take tlie defeat gracefully, and vvorl: with equal energy for the success of the ticket nominated. This can rightly be expected ex-pected of every honorable man. Let no defeated ambitions, personal prejudice pre-judice or lapse of interest cause jou to do less than may reasonably be expected ex-pected of jou before and after the convention. And when tlie convention comes along, above all things else, don't stay at homo and then kick if the men nominated are not Just to jour liking. One man lias just as much voice as another in the selection of men for tlie ticket and he is not living up to his privileges unless hecxciclses this prerogative. (o and do what jou can to get what you want, and den't stay at home and be a knocker. Senatorial candidate coiilddlo Itngaln tFOIl ItKIfltaHKNTATIVK. 1). R. Roberts, of Logan, and T. 1L Merrill, of Richmond, are being pushed push-ed forward by their friends. Jlotlinrc. popular men, men-of ability, and as a Rcpresantatlvc In Utah's legislative halls, cither would prove a credit to his county ahd toltis party. Rothare, strong'inen in the, party and tho result of the convention's work will be awaltetl'vvltn considerable interest. 1F011 COMMIOSIONKItH. Every little bush, telegraph pole and barbed'wire fence In.tho county Js able to produce a candidate for commissioner commis-sioner and the feature of it all is that every man suggested ds a capable and worthy citizen in whose hands the county'salTairs wouldibe perfectly safe. Among tlMiscimcntioned arc: Noiith: .las. S. Allen of Covcvillc, R. A. Hendricks of )Lewlston. S. R. Kent of .Lowiston, Jas. Mclkle of Hmlthlleld, Alma Jensen of Clarkston. Ckntkk: Thomas II. Smart, E. M. Cole, George Cole. Andreas Peterson, Thomas Irvine, all of Logan. South: Holmr Parker of Wellsvllle, Atlchcal Johnson of College, C. L. Anderson An-derson of 1 1) mm. ()!! HIIKltlFK. Not a few are "hankering" after the doubtful pleasure of dishing up soup & hash to thecounty'sbadmen. Sonic of these candidates may have some pcrsuual grievance agahu.1 Sheriff Rlgby ,and on that account desire the pleasure of securing that woithy's olllcial scalp, but be that as it may, there aie several good men vvlio would like to Jill his shoes. Thomas JJ Smith of Logaai, well known hi county and very popular; Fred Turner, one of tlie best and most jKJjiular sheriff's the county ever had; .Ixio. A. Leatham of Wellsvllle. nxi excellent ex-cellent party worker -well and favorably favor-ably known; J. W. Rarfett and C. C. CrcsscJ of Logan, Republicans of energy en-ergy mid stiength In their partj: are all suggested for Sheriff. COUNTY ItUCOUUKlt. For Recorder the name of Miss Francis Wood Is being hi ought to the front. SI io has taught sclmol in the county foranumbexof jcars, Is well-known, well-known, eminently qualitlcdand would make an excellent recorder. Wm. H. Manghan Jr. of Wellsvllle and Geo. JI. Thomas of SinithhVld aie also mentioned. There are other candidates for tlie vailous olllccb, who will be mentioned mention-ed next. Everj tiling iswoikingalong haunonlouslj, and there it, no doubt but that the convention will be the laigest and most enthusiastic ever held in the county.