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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

AflRSI-CUSSJOBl Tt T mjm. U .jjjtt.-. -. I 1,000 COPIES I 'H Of flCE CONNECTED,! f JOgcWl Jxp tf DllCclfl. "" I .VOL. J. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903. NO. 19 ' ;H STORIES RELATED By Railway Employes Here to at tend G. W. Thatcher's Funeral. Sovcral old time railway men, drawn hero by tlio funeral of their old Super Intcndant Hon. G. W. Thatcher, were collected In the barber shop Monday, discussing their experiences of twenty five or thirty years ago, from which wo glean the following: Railroading In Utah, and the entire west for that matter, was In rather a primitive state then, compared with what It Is today. The overland trafllc was confined entirely to the Union and Ccntial Paciilc railways and they only ran one passenger train each way dally. These trains were made up of eight or ten coaches and made the run 1 from Ogdcn to Omaha In a little over 1 two days and a half. Seventeen miles an hour was the schedule time,and we used to statu! by the track and wond...

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. — 2 January 1903

Jggjjfr"- -"' - THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY VlOo'i "" H WRITTEN BY LINCOLN VA'-UAOLE RELIC 6WIIED BY THE fw STATE OF IOWA. The Formal and Official Acceptance by the Great President of His , Second Term as Chief Ma(jlstrate of vl the American Nation. &&' Abraham Lincoln was chosen to his $'HBl' second term as President of tho D" BB?'" United States In November, 1SG4. & JBffi .. After tho ofllclal canvass of tho votes, BiT commltteo of tho two Houses of 0 " 'Mft Congress was appointed to notify him i! H8& llls election, says tho Dcs Moines Hsl Register and Leader. Tho commltteo f 'flli' :onslstcd of Lyman Trumbull of Ml j,' 'Bk 30'8' " "10 '1tlrt ot tho Scnat0 nni1 Kvr Messrs. James F. Wilson of Iowa and ( or ;T John F. Dawson of Pennsylvania on r , iho part of tho House. It will bo ro- " '(' t aiombcrcd that Mr. Wilson was at Id I ihot tlmo a member of tho Houso of IlcprcBcntatlves. Waiting upon him ", it tho Uxecutlvo Mansion, tho commit- J 'f tee, by ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

I ' - .... .... 'B I Keep Up Dairying. tn times of prosperity it Is well not I to forget the days of adversity that we have seen and may see again. To day there Is money In almost any , kind of farming. More money can I be made In raising beef and pork per haps than tn making butter, but this Is a condition that belongs to pros perity. When tho gloomy days come, nnd the pig and tho steer cease to re turn a profit, Is tho time when tho cow Is found to be a standby. Tho profit Eho returns In prosperity and in ad versity Is not a large one, but it Is a profit nevertheless and not to be de spised. It Is very noticeable at a time when other things nro returning losses. 60 at this time the cow should not be forgotten. Many a man will havo to fall back on her yet. During tho hard times of a few years ago thousands of men went to milking cows that had never done so before. But they discovered then that they had not been preparing their herds for that possibility, and consequently had to mil...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

' I I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 2, 1003. I I m. OFFICIAL NOTICE. 1 Tlio regular monthly Priesthood I meeting of the Hyrum Stake of Zlon t will convene In Ilyrum on Saturday, , J Jan. 3, 1003 at 1 p.m. W. 0. 1'AHKINSOK, a Geo. O. Pitkin, JKu , j, I. O. TlIOIlKSKN OnbjV Stake Presidency. v B; - The general Priesthood meeting of '"' mBr ' t,,1 licnson Stake of .ion will be held Mr , .InLowIston, Utah on Saturday Jan. '-' HP ' 3' 1003' at n a' ln HP-.' WM Hi Lkwis Hfr ' v Alma Mkuuill, '' ? IJl A IlKNDllICKS, d"B'" Stake Presidency. P &' "POLITICS." it MUh I1, ls s'x 'clock alul t,,c I'olIs nrc ''''Sr-'j closed. The campaign in many local 'k IH Instances has been sharp and bitter. VBP Acrimonious attacks on the private H character of good citizens have been B freely made. They usually remained h' " He'- unanswered. Men who have won for 't ' K' ' themselves reputations for honorable, "' Bp upright living have been accused of U B dishonesty and little contemptible K t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAn, JANUARY 2. 100. -liH We will sell ' to every customer buying J.V0O worth of goods ' AT ONE TIME FOR CASH OC POUNDS OF tf f JJ SUGAR FOR 4l- AT THE UNION MERCANTILE CO 61-M MAIN STREET "J Q " L Q Q A N, UTAH READ SOME OF OUR BARGAINS. 40 Rars Laundiy Soap $l.oo 20 bars for GOe 20 lbs Sago 1.00 lo lbs. " G0o 20 lbs Tapioca 1.00 10 lbs. " 50c 10 lbs. Rice 1.00 8 lbs. " 50c , 10 lb. package Raisins 1.00 6 lbs. " f0c 1 10 lb. p'k'ge Currants 1.00 5 lbs. " 50c X 8 lbs. Lion Colfee 1.00 1 lbs. " 50c 8 lbs. A rbuckle Coffee 1.00 4 lbs. " Mc Citron l'eel 1CC ,)crU). Lemon Peel loo per lb. Goods may be bought in the Dry Goods Shoe grocery and glassware de partment and added together to make a $5 00 purchase and then get 25 lbs of sugar for $1.00 Cash Sale! Positively No Credit! I SPANDE FURNITURE GO. THE LEADING HOUSE IN L06AN FOR All Kinds of Furnishings, Carpets, Linoleums, Ranges Kveolbliitft bat Is needed in equipping a house from top tc bottom. PRICKS H...

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. — 2 January 1903

Kir i - C6 REPUBLICAN. , . i LOQAN, ... UTAH. jL NEWS SUMMARY. I Hl The plaguo at Mazatlan, Moxtco, U ! MP: gating. ' ' BK' Conforonces between tho Japanese Bra political parties bare commenced. F DRs Morocco has accepted tbo Invitation Bjfe; far an exhibit at the St. Louis fair. V Is Th0 WlU 0f MrS" U' S" Qrant dlTldc' & EL' her property equally among bor foui) I HT (children. jjM, lK Hadda Mullah, who caused so many pw ' (outbreaks on tho northwest frontlor ot v'"HE pdln' d,C(l Dcc" 22 p.- Bk Ono hundred miners wcro caught in; ' t" BJT a mlno flro in a Husslan colllory and i'lBf u twenty cscoped. L" Bj Tbo flnnnccs of Guam nro In a sort- j BP ous condition, as ropoitcd by tho gov- &L. BE ernor of tho Island. W BE Thirty persons wcro killed In tho ii'iB wrock on tho Colorado & Southern fi'' BE.. near Trinidad, Colo. BE Nine peoplo woro inj'ircd In a trolley P B&. car ncc'dcnt at Pittsburg, Pa., caused me Bw ty t,' car rllMn'nK nuny. k BEL Tho strlko of Illinois Cent...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

Hk THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 2, 1003. '' " made fierce eight B EXCITING COMBAT BETWEEN T. H GRESS AND LION. H AffJmals Tear Each Other with Savage H Ferocity In trena of a Show In H New York Tigress Has the Worst H of It and Will Die. m Thcro occurred tho other day In tho H arena ot Now York's most Important H wild animal show a tight between two H jungle monarchs that was fiercely H thrilling while It lasted, leaving In a H terribly mangled condition both com Hbatants, ono of whom will probably H die. Romeo, a massive Hon, and Anna, H a tigress, wcro tho participants in H the bloody strife which was brought H on by Romeo yawning Impolitely In H the lady tiger's faco during a lull In a H rehearsal. H The trainer had led a number of H animals Into tho arena and placed H them on their stools. Then he left H the clrclo for a moment during which H tlmo tho mischief was wrought. Ro H meo got down from his scat and H walked past tho other animals over H to tho tiger's sid...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 January 1903

Wf THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 2, 1003. 1 I Headquarters for Christmasl I Mtstdock's H ; Honbon Creams and Cliocolatcs, mixed 25c lb. H o )S it " 45c. H Crista! Cream Chocolates mixed 20c lb., 2 lb. 35 Standard Mix Candy 15c lb., 2 lb 25o Broken Taffy Candy 10c lb. H Oris cut. mix candy 10c lb., :Hbs. 25c H Cream Tally Ific lb H j Host Peanut Candy 20c lb., 2 lbs. 33c H ! '' filbs. of our very best Italian Chocolates t and Creams put up In fancy box . . . .S1.75 H fi lb. Hox Hon Hon Creams and Chocs.... $1.30 H fill). Hox of Sparkling Mixed and Chocs... $1.35 H 5 lb. 'o. 1 Creams and Chocolates $1.00 , yaw crop of Mixed Nuts 20c lb. or 2 lbs. 35c I i Call and be convinced that we carry ths Largest H j Varieties and Best Candies ever shown in the city. H f !i,mtMu.,n.u. a""' " ' .uuuiiwmmn iBMai ! iM" I Tf A Um Wearer' H ( Y fmliTil-' 1 H Our perfect laundering gives you I L-v W Nil Jil pi casino, because they arc washed -VvluY K --rw clean and Ironed to your liking. W...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1903

1l The Logan Republican. I ss I I V0L- LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1903. NO, 20. H RAILWAY STORY , Logan January 3, 1003. Editor Itcpubllcan: Heading your stories In your last Issue given by railroad employes, re minds mo of the one told by the late Hon. G. AV. Thatcher; the facts oc curring as stated by him while ho was superintendent of the Utah Northern By. "When the Oregon Short Line was being built from Poca'tcllo to Huntington, men with their families, teams and equipments were shipped from Ogden and Preston to Pocatcllo, thence west. The run from Ogden north to l'oeatello was comparatively slow, being a narrow guagc road. A train loaded with the above effects passed through Logan one evening, thence to Preston. The last two cars of this train were loaded A with men who were having a hilarious -C time drinking, smoking, playing cards ' etc., to pass the time away. When reaching Preston some switching had to be done and the hind part of the train was detached...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1903

- m bbbbbbbV M S75he REPUBLICAN. M S LOQAN, ... UTAH, BBBbI MaaHM UTAH STATE NEWS. H Tho Irrigation companies about Lcbl H j Slave agreed to arbltrato their (lis- H I ! Jiutes. H ' Utah's wool clip for tho Reason will H I probably reach a total of 16,000,000 B -pounds. B Klght new coal mines liavo been B opened up during the p'irtt 3 ear, six In H Emery county nnd two In Carbon H county, H Tho total output of tho mines of H Utah for tho year 1902 Is estimated at H $20,985,3.17. Tho output for IfJOl was B $17,580,457. B Tho Stato University debating team H has mndo arrangements for a contest H with tho debating team of the Unlvnr- B olty of Idnho. HH During the past year 1,883 men woro H employed in the various mines of tho H state, as compared with 1,721 for 1901, H an Increase of 109. H Andrew NIi'Ihoii had both legs H broken, and JameH Graham had ono H leg bro1en as a result of an accident H In a Suunysldu mine. m Royal Held, or Mantl, Is laid up with H a, broken leg, ns a result ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1903

1 g THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 0. 1003. ! 9 . H i c We have the Most Complete Line of . 1 - WOOLEN GOODS In the City, and Our Prices are Right. ; L. IX S. "Woolen Garments From $1.50 and up. , Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00 Suit. Hoys' Heavy Fleeced Underwear 50 Suit. i Ladles' Union Suits From 50ctsup. j Plk Children's Union Suits From 25 cts up V JnuMK Wc als0 huvc !l complete line of Men's fflHBjB and Hoy's Sweaters, "Wool and Cotton fll Homo made Wool Quilts. BBWBBU In the Hosiery line wo make the very BBBBm best that can. be made. Our Cast BBBM Iron Stockings, with Double Knee, ) WBBm Heel and Toe, arc without doubt the 1 BBBM Rest Stockings made for Boys Next Door to Clock. CACHE KNITTING WORKS. 37 Main Street Useful Christmas Presents L D S JWRRM WlKTbJi r uhdeRCLOTHINGii Shawl, Union JSM Gloves HOS- P in great variety. We can sove you money on FURS & Our Line of Baby's Silk Hoods, Jackets, Bootees Is Complete. See us for Xnas presents for all. j-j-jjj...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1903

t ' f THE LOGAN HEPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 0, 1003. ?B H The Election Case. H The result in the election c.-isc so far B as It was related to the clerkship was H was anticipated from the first by H those who weic piesentat court and H i listened to the proceedings. It was H ' c Idcnt from the first that a play was H being made to go behind the returns B l. and get Into the ballot packages, and It looks now that tlio complaint was kV drawn with that very end In view and . with a pretty sure knowledge that a ' recount would result In Just enough , gains being made to insure plalntHTs election. Theic would not have been any serious objection to tlio recount had not the plalntlir been custodian ' of the ballot packages and had not a number of them been In such a con- dltlon as to create a suspicion that they had been tampered with. Mr. Far roll admitted that the ballots as leeched were placed on a bench in his inner olllcc, that they had lain there exposed for sc cral da) s. The c...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1903

HL tBHMbbbB B LbbLLI I , PROMINENT PHYSICIANS I USE AND ENDORSE PE-RU-NA, T ' C.BXHAMBERLIN,M.D. Jf ky j of washin(jton.d.c. r? ,; C. B. Chamberlin, M. D., writes from 14th and P Sts., Washington, D. C. " Many cases have come under my observation, where Pcruna has benefited and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it ' for catarrh and a general tonic." C. B. CHAMBERLIN, At. D. ' Metllrnl Kiamluer IT. 8. Trcmurj-. Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Ex- aminer of U S. Treasury Department, H graduate of Co- tl lumbia College t three years at I West Point, has I the following to I express my grati i tudo to you for I the benefit de f rived from your I wonderful rem bbbbj v . I cdy. One short HH Dr L.Jordan f month has brought PH H.n ..a...... T forth a vast change and now consider myelf a well man and I after months of suffering. Fellow-sufferers Peruna will cure you." Dr. Llewellyn Jordan. Geo. C Havener, M. D., of Anacostia, D. C, writes: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentleme...

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. — 6 January 1903

H ' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 0, 100.1. H ' kFor The I . Next Two Weeks! H Wc will sell our entire Stock H of Ladles' Hats at Greatly H j Reduced Prices H Ladles' J)rcss Hats worth $7.50 for to. M " $5.00 for $2.50 H Wc also have a full line of U guaranteed Kid Gloves at H about II A L V I'lUO E . BBS H You w 111 save money by -look- U lug through'our stock before PH purchasing., j The Paris Millinery B MRS. M AGO IE DAVIDSON, Piop'r bB H Next Door to Postolllee. ,! H Plenty of Money to Loan at 6 c PH The largest and best list of H Real Estate or all kinds for PH sale, First-class insuiance PH Company, and wc do all H kinds of legal work. B J. '.. STEWART. Odell's Studio B for I Photo's bVbVbI H Successor to B Thomas & Odell. B "" 7m ' - - '' - I j $3.50 Royal Blue Shoe B IS THE SOLE OF HONOR. m For s:ile by H James Quayle & Co, G. H. THOMAS, BBf BB Smitiikikld, Utah. BB m Conovcr, Cable, m IClngsbiuy and H l Schafcr Pianos. M CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. H I; C....

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 January 1903

JB Bfl " I A f IRST-CLASS JOB T T T 1 1 000 COPIES I I h Ihe Logan Republican. Ld I VOL. U - LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, J903. NO. 2J. jfl KNOX ON THE TRUST QUESTION. His Letter to Chairmen of Con gressional Judiciary com. Washington, Jan. 0 .Attorney General Knox lias addressed Identical letters to Senator Hoar, chairman of " the Senator Judiciary committee, and Representative Llttlclleld, chairman of the sub-committco of the House Judiciary committee, giving his views on the subject of trusts. These let ters arc In reply to communications sent him by Senator Hoar and Mr. Llttlclleld asking tho views of Mr. Knox. The letter embraces three sub jects, the questions which have been decided by the courts, the questions which are pending In tho courts and i suggestions respecting further legls--A latlon. Under the latter head, Mr, Knox says: In view of tho wide experience of the committee In dealing legislatively with legal and economical questions I venture upon the l...

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. — 9 January 1903

H U0 REPUBLICAN. B LOQAN, ... UTAH. H L 1 NORTIHYEST NOTES. H The total output of tbo mines of H I Wyoming for tbo year 1902 was $8,- M 310,676. H . The wool clip of tho state of Wyo- H tiling for tho past season wan ovor 33, H ' 000,000 pounds. H The Cripple Creek News estimates H tho gold production of this district, six H miles square In 1902, at $24,508,311. m Of tho twonty-ono counties of the H stato of Idaho, mining In n recognized H Industry In olghtcen and Is a leading H Industry In eight. H Ono dead, one fatally, nnd flvo sorl- H ously burned, four of whom may die, H Is tho result of an early morning Are m i In a cheap lodging house In Denver. H During tho past year 3,415 miles of H now ditches for Irrigation purposes K hare 'boon constructed in Wyoming, H and 983,978 acres of land Is now un- K der Irrigation. H Idaho's reputation as a gieat wool H growing stnto is (Irmly established, H and of lato somo flno (locks of thor- M oughbred sheep have been brought in 1 ! from tbo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 January 1903

H ---.- TI1E L0GAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 0, 1003. '1 TWe have the Most Complete Line of - WOOLEN GOODS In the City, and Oar Prices are Right. B L. 1). S. AVoolcn Garments From $1.50 and up. H Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00 Suit H Hoys' Heavy Fleeced Underwear CO Suit. 1 " " Ladles' Union Suits From GO B Children's Union Suits From 25 cts up H feBBmtt 4$) ' nlso ,iave a C01I1I'lctc llno ot Men's B IhSjBmtMw nn(1 1!y'S Swci,tclH' AVo1 n,u' Cotton VA ?JKwftA$Py blankets, Home made Wool Quilts. 1 BHkHldlKaBllJ H . HHffifo In lllc 1Ios,ery line wc make the very H V lulj cst t-'l:lt cnn 'JC mulc. Our Cast 'H KwHw Iron Stockings, wl11' double Knee, H wlHH JIcc1 !Uu 'oc arc wit,10ut doubt the H Hlwl 1!cst Sl0cllnb's made for Hoys Next Door to Clock. I I CACHE KNITTING WORKS. J I 37 Main Street I I . I Useful Christmas Presents -k - L D S fmWlNTER SiIk I r UNDERCX-OTHING Shawl, I MMWEm Mit- I monk 'rimi ymwV meats fflg&ww jM, xf tens, I union JmMTMw GIoves -Suits, CTOT ,nk...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 January 1903

M r B f THE LOGAN IlEPUBLIOAK, LOGAN, UTAH, JANUARY 0, 1003. - H r Govcintr Wells Is favorably spo- H ken of for V. S. Senator. H Unless he change his mind Piesi- H dent Roosevelt will not again go on a H hunt hi); expedition until lie leaves H k the White House. On his recent trip H In Mississippi his hosts, he says, (ltd H not seem to realise that he Is an able- H bodied man perfectly willing to rough H . It. They wore embarrassingly sollclt- H ous about his comfott but he had a H ' I splendid time nevertheless Mr. Roosc- H ! velt looks foi ward to a hunting trip H It when he will be absolutely alone. H ' 'y For the next week or two we may H expect to hear all kinds of political H i ' ' talk ftom Salt Lake. The various H senatorial candidates will open head- B quaiters and the members of the leg- B Islaluie will be in demand almost B eveijuhcie. Tiieru will be social B gatherings in their honor, vvheiu they B will be feasted and' toasted, given m good clgais to .smoke and punch or...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 January 1903

tt'o sbbbYsVJ BY 9BYflBB BW bVJBJBjs Vx BJBJBJBJ bbm ? r PANORAMIC REVIEW OF THE YEAR 1902 I B ! Happenings of Importance During The' I Twelve Months Just Ended. S-Js" f.r, , , a H CmJ Strike the Event of the H Year of the Most Far-Reach- H tag Importance Public Sen- H timent Thoroughly Aroused H Over the Controversy. B IMMM BH The year of 1902 opened with the as- PB cured certainty of the early coming ot PH peace In the Philippine! and 8outh At- iH rlca, and with the date for the eitabllih- J ment of an Independent government In PPJ Cuba already determined; the Cong"" PPJ of the United States was rapidly ap- PPJ proachlng the favorable determination of H Its great problem of the construction of PPJ an Isthmian ship canal, And abroad Ger- PPJ many and England were almost ready H J for combined action against Venezuela H jf In the matter of those same debt claims H which In the concluding day of the year "BB A havo been the cause for a new strain In Ifl the Interpretation of the Monr...

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 January 1903

ij-y -t" 1 ' """' -- - "" i i i i.i.nmm mwiim .1 i m " iiMlTirTmnTmn r n i mi r " .TtnmnrmarJt.rKtslHtf!r ffH!!SBBIiB r 1 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTA'h, JANUARY 0, 1003. v j 1 i ii 1 j For ThciJ If Next Two Weeks! I. J Wc will sell our entire Stock ' t' , of Ladles' Huts at "Greatly iU - Reduced Prices '. Ladles' Dress Hats worth $7.00 for .r. '$' " " " " $3.00 for $2.C0 ?" ' .. "Wo also liavc a full lino of .'i"' . ' . guaranteed Kid Gloves at . ' about HALF PRICE. You will save money by look ing through our stock before , pmchaslng The Paris Millinery MRS. MAGGIE DAVIDSON, Prop'r Next Door to Postolllce. Plenty of Money to Loan at 6 0 r The largest and best list of Real Estate of all kinds for . , sale. First-class Insurance - , Company, and wc do all ,' ', kinds of .legal work. , " J. Z. STEWART. Odell's Studio I Photo's Successor to Thomas & Odell. x $3.50 Royal Blue Shoe N IS THE SOLE OF HONOR. For sale by James Quayle & Co. G. H. THOMAS, Smithfium), Utah. Conovcr,...

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