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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

e fxrgmt HipnbJi am. I L TWICE-A-WEEK H I Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, MARCH 5, 1904 Number 35 "THE MORMONS ARE EASY" I SAYS ONE OF THE BIG GUNS OF UTAH RAILROADS! H AND TILEV ARE EASY. THEY ARE SO BLAMED EASY IT'S A WONDER THE WHOLE GOLD-BRICK GANG DOESN'T COME INTO UTAH AND PICK VICTIMS AT WILL. CACHE VALLEY PEOPLE ARE THE BIGGEST SUCKERS IN THE BUNCH and do not belle tlic asscitlon that "one Is born cery minute." But "THERE ARE OTHERS" and tliey extend all the way from Salt Lake City to the most northern teimln- ( ., als of the Oregon Short Line Railroad. And the question Is HOW LONG WILL THE PEOPLE ALONG THE OREGON SHORT LINE PERMIT THEMSELVES TO BE BUNCOED? Before another week lias passed will come that same old announcement "CONFERENCE RATES." SALT LAKK CITY AND HKTUUN. FlUISI. ATK. TltAIX LVS. Preston $ 4.23 7.10 a.m. Fninkliu 4.2.'. 7.27a.m. Richmond 4.2.'. 7.4."a. m. Smlthlleld 4.10 7.5'i a. m. LOGAN 3.80 8.13 a. in. Mendon 3.33 8.3.1a.m. Cache Jet 3.23 8.33 a. m. ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

I ft I I' !(i. X5ho REPUBLICAN. 1 , H tOOAN, ... UTAH ft i , I J UTAH STATU NEWS. " ' ! H t A blast furnnco Is likely to bo erect M ed In Ogdon In conjunction with th H . proposed smelting plant. H : Nlols Clomonson, onn of tho earliest H a pioneers of Sanpoto county, In dead at H J Ephralm, at tho ago of SI. B I 'j ' Grading lias been losumod on tho H I Bamberger extension of tho Bait Lake M f & Ogdon lino, between Knysvlllo and B ' Fnrmlngton. LH i I B i J ' i Two parties w.o wero under quaran- B I f tlno at Fnlrvlow fur smallpox bavo J ' ' been released and that city la now 8 I froo from tho disease. HJ 1 Tho San Pedro grado In now com- m I j plctod to tho Muddy river, and the H jl" rails bavo been laid for a dlHtancn of ' forty-threo miles beyond Cnllontos. H James Mcllor of Fayetto, whllo car- J rylng n bucket of water, slipped anil i fell with great force upon tho sharp m odgo of tho bucket, breaking two of HJ .' bis ribs. HI I ' J Miss Nina llcnn and Miss Margaret H if Th...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

THE BATH IN LAW. , . Question Now Before a California fi Courtfcr Decision. J 1 What constitutes a bath? ' VI T Tll,, ,s n Pec"ll!r question with if K which a California court Is now wrost- ling. An anxious world Impatiently awaits tho decision. A California householder Is being sued for tho prlco of a honter that was gunrantood to heat sufficient water for a bath, and tho defendant has proved that it supplied only 35 Rations of hot water, which he alleged to ho Insulll ciont for a bath. Tho plaintiff insisted that 35 gallons is amplo, declaring that "a man could get wot first on ono sldo and then on tho other," and that "it Is not neces sary that ho should take a plungo In a swimming pool." On, this question tho hsuo is Joined. Tho court has tho mattor under ad vlsomont. Tho decision will, of course, be of groat lmiortancc, no mattor on which sldo It la rendered. Tho legal quantity of water necessary to a legal bath ought to bo clearly defined, for tho I protection of the public ag...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

I ll Ml I1 I ;! - The Logan Republican. H I.O(US, Cache Codntt, Utah. ! Published by I jiooiu: & t u n n k it H ,- I (Lessees.) k ij Official Republican Organ of Cache B County, Utah. m i If Of, by mid for the Ilcpubllcnn party B i, U 11 1 st, Inst and always. HJ J go lssmrt Twlcc-a-wcck, Wedmsilay and i 9 10 Faturday. Entrrt-tl OctolKT 21, llttl. at Logan HJ I J Hi Utah, as Mcond-class matter, miller Act of PHJ fl Congn-ss lit Marrli 3. 1S17H. Subscription, Payable in Advance M ' 1 Ono Year .IJ M HJ 1 $j Fix Months . .1 ., PHJ fi Thrro Months Tj u SPRING I I IS COMING! B lj What ;i lot of things you will need M 'I which we keep In stock, we not only H jjjl keep the best quality but wo sell B P at the very lowest pi Ice. Hakes, m j liocs, shovels, picks, pruning shcais M ' i and all other kinds of gaidon tools. M Nails, bolts, locks, scicws and cery M kind of builders harduarc: Riushcs, m , brooms, buckets, lacks and all other B i , , spring cleaning necessaries. Tools B j ( and...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

' 4 Odell's Studio FOIt Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. WILKINSON & SON To make loom in our lacks lor the Large Stock of New Jfallpaper now arriving we must dis pose of our remnants as Job lots. Therefore look out for Hargains from now on. Cost will cut no liguic with us. Wilkinson & Son Utah Mortgage Loan Corporation. Titling Office corner, Logan, Utah has plenty of MONEY AT ALL TIMES for FARM AND CITY LOANS at lowest rates. No Commis sions charged 1 Harry Swinyard Is still at the old stand, next dooi South of Logan Nursery. CARRIAGE AND MUGGY REPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY. Give us a call. Satisfaction Guaian tecd. Dr. P. M. Poulson, DENTIST. liest Set of Teeth, - - 10.0o Filling Teeth, .... 1.00 Cleaning Teeth, ... 1.00 Highest class Crown and Rrldge AVoik at most reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Teeth extracted without pain. Ofllccover U. O. Store. Flowers by Express! Shipped same dav older is lccclvcd. FLOHAL DESIGNS a specialty. II. C. MORRIS FLORAL-COMPANY Mc...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

ifi WORK FOR THE OLIND. p . Massage Seems Proper Occupation foi i , tlic Afflicted. M L Matlcnon urges tho adoption ot B massago by tho blind, citing tlio ox H awpls of tho Japanese, nmonB whom B 11 It li practiced nlmott entirely by jcr pB J ( ' toni thus afflicted. Sight Is not ncccs- H mry for effectual work In th.i linn, m :, providing tho operator bo familiar H ti nlth tho muscular nyntom and knows M """ tho art of massago thoroughly. Swcd- M !,, j en, Switzerland anil Uolglum nro fol- H lowing tho examples of Japan In this m ( respect, and tho nutlior doicrlhes n B y- cla.i meeting held In Ilrussols by 8 4 Professor 0. Daniel for tho Instruc- 8 lion of about n dozen blind persons. i Four theoretical lessons nro given at ,l tho beginning of tho courso as to tho ' i vnlno of mnBiago nnd Its application. Tho firth lesson Is dnotcd to tho j j stndy of tho skeleton tho sixth and I i f j seventh to tho muscles which move . j fl tho various portions of tho body. i:acli ' ' pupil palp...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

f"1 M I If Bi3afi'',''-i;5A -fliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW flLRSmBBBflaaVL? sibbbb Ihi8b8b8 HBHIPov "lH iiiliHllaViaakK MgHRjH. rr;,'laiiiuiiHaaaaV aaai S ""'"tfr) J '0" aBiH liW Lffl Vfl . f Miss Nellie Holmes, treasur-r of thej Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, Nt Y., strongly advises all suf fering women to rely, as she did, upon Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Deaii Miw. riNitnAM! Your medlcino Is indeed an Ideal woman's medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I suffered misery for several years, being troubled with monorrhagia. My back ached, I had bcarlng-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wako from restful sleep, and In such pain that I suffered for hours before I I could go to sleop again. 1 dreaded tho long nights as much as tho weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medlcino did not seem to euro mc, 1 tried your Vcffctablo Compound on tho recommendation of a f...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 March 1904

m M ft AS SPUING APPROACHES ALL iv H Jlf,- LEATHER USUI) ON THE FARM H : H H f SHOULD HE OILED. EXPERI- M M ' "ENCE TEACH ESTII AT NOTHING H " t ; EQUALS NEATFOOTS OIL FOU H t v Tim pan posh, some use pre- H j I PAKKD HAUNKSS OIL, WHICH l H I IS A LITTLE CAEAPElt. WK H I I HAVE THEM HOTH IN ALL SIX H l PACKAGES. Hi m ' Hf RITER BROS.' DRUG CO. B Likia.v, Utah, B Franklin, Pieston and Mont- B ! pel lor, I da 1 10. I MAYOR ROBINSON B has inoinised that, as far as povJblo. i I WILL M !' enlist, the inteiostof t lie people of Lo- B j I' gan In the comedy "As Von Like It."' H The play will 1 FEED B ' i tlm appetites of Shakspeaie-lovers H 1 1 gcnorally.and .spectacular excellence Is H jissuicd by the caste ofoer SIXTY BBB ft H I ij able performcis In the pioecsslon of H ' great comedies. As Von Like It TRAMPS H moII to the fiont, and ever bod must H " ,ce it at the Opeia House MARCH 14. BBBJ H . Generalities. H We collect all kinds or indebted- H ' iicss.-ll. A. I'r.ni'.iiM'.N & Co. ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

, s- te foqan fltejmblicmt & I H TWICE -A-WEEK M Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, MARCH 9, 1904 Number 36 r REPUBLICAN CONVENTION At Salt Lake City next Month. For selection of Dele- I gates to Chicago. To the Republican clectois of the State of Utah: In accordance with established custom and In obedience to Instruc tions of the National Republican Com- nlttcc, the State Republican Com. mlttce directs that a State Conven tion of delegated representatives of the Republican party be held at Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose of electing six Delegatcs-at-largc and six Alternate Delegatevat-large to the Republican National Convention of 1001, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly comb before it, and that said State Con vention shall assemble at 10 o'clock a. Im. on Friday the 8th day of April, 1004, In the Salt Lake Tlientic. The Republican electors of this State, and other electors, without re gard to past political atllliations, who believe In the ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

rBti rP I 1 I H j J3ht REPUBLICAN. : -H B , j, I LOOAN. ... UTAH, H H Now look eut (or parodies ot Klp- fl ling's parodies. 1 : H ( f , Whnt 1; I ml of tasto did that man H ' 1 ' Imvo who Ilrst pronounced snow beau- M I tlful? ii , , lias Andrew Carncglo noticed that '' , . none of tlio bulletins aro dated at if Tho lingua? ti ' . H i I Tho man whoso 100 hens laid 1024 H j eggs In January evidently has thorn 1 under good control. i Vx -- H j f 1 1 Still, it la tho contents of tho Blblo H i . moro than Its literary form that at m V i tract and hold men. , Meanwhllo Korea may resign Itself L' ft to iilcasant reveries us to which pow- J or Is to conduct tho uutopsy. H 1 : II wns an 0(1(t freak of fortuno that 1 ;a coalyard should llrst check tho B r progress of tho flumes In Baltimore. 5 A lot of girls who curl hair for cushions liavo struck, which Is cal culated to curl tho hair ot their cm m i i ii .ploycrs. ----------- B ,'; ' Now that Evo's gravo tins been lo- B . .. -j catcd her d...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

fighter of noteI I I Parisian Drat, cosmopolitan next, 3apt H. Boaugrand, who Is nt the Brown Palace hotel, has led n llfo of ndvonturo nntl Is ns near n prototype -of the Dunins hero as any other living man. Mombcr of the Loglon of Honor, ' a dovotoo of belles lettres ond a vet eran or the war by which Maximilian loHt his llfo Instead of gaining an em pire, thoro la little Interost In the world that Capt. Boaugrand has tiot :spen. Capt. Ilcaugrnnd wns only a youth when he fought In Mexico, but his ex traordinary bravery and his military ' education Boon won for him n cap talncy. During a scouting oxpodltlon Capt. Boaugrand nnd his men sudden ly encountered an overwhelming force I of the cnomy. They boat a hasty re- treat to U:o banks of tho Itln Orando, ! whorp thoy made a last stand. Capt. Boargrand ordered his men to leap Into tho river and try to reach tho .other Bldo. Tho company had boon doclmatod whllo tho retroat was being conducted. About 100 men woro left when tho orders t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

H ml T SPRING IS COMING! II What a lot of tilings you will need b which wc keep In stock, we not only ff keep tlic host quality but c sell M i m at the very lowest price. Hakes, M i hoes, shovels, picks, pinning shcaii B U and all other kinds of gaiden fools H If ails, bolts, locks, boicws and ccry M IN kind of bulldcis hardware; Rrushcs, M iMg brooms, buckets, lacks and all other M , s B spring cleaning necessaries. Tools M I . MR and General Haidware In endless H I jfj arlety. Ruylng In very large quantl- H ih tics wo get v cry low est pi Ices and sell J , H accordingly. I ' i M R Lafount & Co., H .18 West Ccntci St., Logan, Utah. I J yyiLKINSON&SON M To make room In our lacks H ror the i H .'' Large Stock of New H Wallpaper now niihing wo must ills- H ,l pose of oill lcimi, nits as Job H ,. lots. Thcicfoic lookout foi H 1 SJ ll.ug.ilns fiom now on. Cost H ' j will cut no llguic with us I j ; I Wilkinson & Son I ! I C. H. Baker H . Practical H 1 Shoe Dealer, H j Has Ju...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

i r 1 ) Odell's Studio FOR Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. Utah Mortgage Loan Corporation. Tlhlng Office corner, Logan, Utah . 4 lias ptcntv of MONEY AT r ALL TIMES for FARM AND CITY LOANS at lowest rates. 2o Commis sions charged Harry Swinyard is still at the old stand, next (loot South ot Logan Nursery. CARRIAGE AND BUGGY REPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY. Give us a call. Satisfaction Guaran teed. Dr. P. M. Poulson, I DENTIST. I Rest Set of Teeth, - - 10.0o Flllinp Teeth, 1.00 Cleaiiinjr Teeth, - 1.00 Highest class Crown and Ilrldgo Work at most reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Teeth extracted without I pain. Oillccovcr U. O. Store. m Flowers by Express! Shipped same dav order is received. FLORAL DESIGNS aspcclalty. I H. C. MORRIS FLORAL COMPANY McCornick Rldg., Salt Lake City, U. I JAMES G. WALTERS, H Atlorney-al-Law I Oillce over The First National Rank, LOGAN, UTAH. W. W. MAIGHAN, ATTORNEY- AT - LAW, Oiliec . i i) unty Court House; Southeast rorn jp-stairs. Telephone 18y....

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

Pi lTirim rmi? 70-s inn HOW CHILDREN'S LIVES MAY f NOVEL FIRE ESCAPE iAoGzvf BBBH UBMMMMiaMnMHMMMWMMMUMMMaMMaHMHaHMMHaHMMMMMaa BJBJ 1 1 1 HMMMOaiHMHiMaKJanaBHBiRMaBaHHBBRai )fl This method of saving life has been Invented for use in the nursery. In the if opening In the wall Is a flexible canvas escape packed up like an accord- ' SH Ion. On an alarm being given It Is pushed outward, forming a tunnel, BjBJ l 9 Which Is used as a safe slide to the street. i S3 . . H , THEY MADE IT TRUE. BB '$ HJBJ j Queer Marriage Proposal Accepted by BjBJ jf Lady Duff Gordon. BjBJ j A quaint Btory Is told of the man- BJBJ ' nor In which tlio Into Ijidy Duff Gor- BJBJ slon was proposed for by her husband. BJBJ When hIio waH a young girl sho was BJBJ thrown much Into tho company ot BJBJ HIr Alexander Duff Gordon, and poo- BJBJ i 1o began to gossip about them. BJBJ "T)o you know people say wo aro BJBJ ntng tn be married T" Sir Aloxandcr BJBJ "''I to her ouo day. BJBJ Indignant that ho should mention BJB...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

iT, VBJ Bjj THE FOOD OF LOVE. J 'tit ilat little things arc thoo Bfl, ( That hold our happiness! BHj r A smile, a glance, n rose Bfl ' Dropped from her hair or drcii fljW A word, a took, n touch f These are to much, go much. HJ I An air wc ran'a forget, A sunset's, koM that gleams, 1 A spray nf inienonette, flj I Will fill tho soul with dreamt flj . More than all history says, ' Or romance of old days. HJ For of the human heart, Not hrains, is memoiy; These thine it make a part I Of its own entity; H ' The jovs, the nains wncrcof ( Are th' very food of love. HJ ' Saturday Evening Foit. I ll The Salvation I kl of Daniel. A I i !w.irt.uth.trt.A"fiv;vCv.:vt.'v;u I .j-0 MS- '-"lAl'AUD was lu high I ( vv )( Kood feather; her bay maro I S JVI 8 lU,a fortl Iliul fl!tt;lli;,l one I V" r ""'"died ami thirty golden TfOW sovereigns between them. I Bloreover, she liuil only given eighty I guineas for the nunc Who will lie I astonished, therefore, that she found I tho news of her bargain iulte a...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 March 1904

fli I' "A WOMAN'S HONOR' Tonight at Thatcher Opera House. Prices 75c, 50c, 35c, and 25c. I BBJBJ IIiKifr - ""'"",MM"- TTT BBBB 1 If AS SI'KINO APPROACHES ALL , LEATHER USED ON THE FARM BB j 1 1 . I1 i- BH 'II SHOULD HE OILED. EXPER1- BH Hi i' ' BH 1 I T5NCETEACHESTIIATNOTIIIXG H lh BB1 " W '' BB Ji J EQUALS NEATFOOTS OIL FOR BH - II THE PURPOSE, SOMK USE PRK- I It M i J(' . PARED HARNESS OIL, WHICH M 1 111 ! IS A LITTLE CAEAPER. WK I : I m ' H l I ' il HAVKTHKM HOT 1 1 IX ALL SIZE I .ill I jl BB1 ' PACKAGES. ': ' ! I RITER BROS.' DRUG GO. BVl f Looan, Utah, BBb I.K Franklin, Preston Mini Mont- BBM 'U pelicr, Idaho. 1 i Generalities. "We collect all kinds or Indebted ness. II. A. Pkiikkskn & Co. Wanted Laiiudij wink. Impilic Mil X. Main st. Will Hrangham is down from the ranch and since at riving In Logan has acquhul a full-blowii case of Inlliicna. The cut price sale on fresh meat continues at Hell Hiolheis. Hoard and loom wanted, luapii- i vato family piefeiuhle. Address K, BBJ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 12 March 1904

H Logan, Utah, March 12, 1904 TWICE-A-WEEK Volume 1 1. Number 37 I I JAPAN GET- TING ACTIVE I On the sea, and Land I Battle Imminent HJ London, March 10 The Japanese HJ renew cd the attack on the Port A rthur HJ forts again this morning, and at latest HJ accounts were thiowlng shells at the HJ forts and Into the city, but with what HJ lcsult Is not known. The only advices HJ received thus far regarding the as- HJ sault came from Viceroy Allcxelt in a HJ message to the Car. The dispatch HJ loes not give any inkling as to the HJ .'damage wrought by the lire of the '' Hi MaPs nor ,,ocs " announce t-liat l,lc H Invading licet has withdrawn. H All the ships of the Tort Arthur HJ squadron arc again In lighting trim, Hj except the Rctvlran, which serves the Bj pin pose of a strong battery. The gar- BJ rlson at Port Arthur Is 40,000 strong H and tlieic arc provisions enough to BJ last two cars. Trains on the Man- BJ churian llncaie running regularly in Bj triple sections at -0 minute interv...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 12 March 1904

I fill I ill : I fill 'I ' 6tf R-EPUBLICAN. I !?1 ' flj I LOOAN, ... UTAH B gij UTAH STATE NEWS. I h 'ui T lown ot Qunliiln Green Is frco M I jj ; from cnntaglnus dlscnsn and tbo quar- "" ' R ur.Uno linn been raised. 18 jHi Lchl during tlio coming mimmcr fll. "will probably erect a now modern flfl , ' flight-room school house. j ' Wf Mrs. Klrtlnml, nn elderly lndy of j , 1W Croydon, while stopping on to a porch, J l foil, breaking her right arm. I j M Tlio weather lin been so pleasant J II In Sevier county that farmorH lmvo 1ft been working In their (lnlda. J m Ball Lake la to have nn automobile J l j fU" factory, n Chlcngo Jlrm ltnvlng docld- H ' 'K cil to establlnli n plant In tlio capital H I' clty' ' II Oscar Vogcl, formerly of Salt Lake L" ' City, wna found dead at Portland, and jl thoro In n suspicion that ho wns tnur- Sf dcrod. jlf Tlio bnllcrmakers are again at work H F In tbo shops at Ugdcn, and tbo anxiety H 1 1 i ovor tlio prospects of a general strike J m ' has passed. H...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 12 March 1904

t , v hhYhh hYS ;VhwI II JsEWS SUMMARY. IffX The sonato has confirmed tho nom- IfmW (nntton of tho Isthmian canal commls- L'W1"' sinners. M During a torrlflc windstorm atWnsh- ;H Ington, Inil., a nail In tho Wilson block Hg was blown out and tho Hyatt hotol was Bl unroofed. No one was killed HJ Mrs. A. n. Woods, nn aged woman, H Jumpod from a Southorn Pacific train Hwj noar Elko, Novada, and wns Instantly BJ killed. It was hellovcd tho woman J wna insane. Hj About sixty Japanese laborers last H wock left Santa Clara county, Cal., for H San Francisco, from which point tlioy H will anil for Japan to enlist In tho Jap- Hj mi oso army. Hj Mrs. Julio J. Crawford, who pos- Hj nested much property In Pittsburg, H I'd., was found dead In bed tu San H Francisco, having been accidentally as- H ybyxJated by gas. A roport Is current In Denver that Jj tho Rtrilto of coal miners In tho south- orn Colorado field Is about to bo sot H tied, tho men having become tlrod of H Uio prolongod Btruglo. HJ ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 12 March 1904

m I i'li , . . Ij ' The Logan Republican. , I.OOAN, CACIIK COUNTr, UTAH. I Published by fi MOOltE & TUIl N K It ffi (Lessees.) Olllclnl Itcpubllcnn Organ of Cache I County, Utah. i Of, by and for the Republican party M i ,; I llrst, last and always. H ' I il ImiiwI Twlce-a-week, VVedneiday am) H I Saturday. Entered Octolier 21, 1II. atLuiran B ft ill! tltali, at M-cond-flaits matter, under Act of M 7 II Coiiirrriwof MaroliJ. l'TH. H jj Subscription, Payable In Advance H I 'II. One, Year fj 60 H 1 Klx MontliH I .si H ! 1 , Three Months li Mi x ' IS That Bond ,ssuc- H j - !j) On March "Und, will be held the m i l) ' election to decide whether the city M I shall be bonded for i:t,X)0 needed to LB j j , complete the light plant. That any J property holder should vote against H that Issue seems preposterous, but it M I II has been stated that there Is at least a M M slight opposition to this second Issue H ff of bonds. Such opposition, If II rcallv H ii , exists, can hardly be founde...

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