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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 March 1904

I Logan, Utah, March 23, 1904 TWICE- A-WEEK Volume 1 1. Number 40 ' fl I JOE TARBET I SUICIDES I And Cremates himself I in Slaughter House Satuiday afternoon the Knowles' I slaughter house west of Logan burned, I and in stirring up the debris the re I mains of a charted human body w as I found. No one at the scene of the I tire could identify the body, but it I was teeoguled later as that of .toseph I Tarbet, a well-known chaiacter about ( B V Logan. As near as could be sui mlsed, Bj-an(l ftotn Inlonnatlon biottght out at B an Inquest Mond.ij afternoon, Tai bet must hac set Ilic to the building and B then committed suicide Tat bet was B past tlilrtj yeats of age, was addicted B to the use of sttong drink, and 'tis B said had been despondent foi some B time, hence his liual ending. B The Hie at the slaughter house was B dlscoveicd by Mi. Know let himself, B who wa- visiting his mother in the B west part of the cltv Satuiday aftoi- B noon. When lie went Into the house B he noticed the...

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. — 23 March 1904

I'm I I BWITH HEH I ,jVETEi4NSll I SI ' uvWPi ' - ! Atf$s r lis j I'V The End of the Week. Bj J It' It happens ever; Saturday, when nil tho H' ' IK choirs 1.4 tloiip i i ' 11 n' the day ' renin' some'ercs nn' tno m I i It Hturi Is hns In' run j 2 I fl S A-twhik.lii' nn' i-tlaiiclii' In the clear 1 U aj nn' distant ky 'i I 0 To tho muslr of the sleigh bolls at they .. 1 o KO n-.1i:iiKlln' by ,, " IV We have tpmlcd to our labors; nil the J1 $f week w'p done our biMt. 1 ',' MS An' we feci tl.it nc'lu entitled.' to B ! ij 8 night of honest rest: i 05 An' inniv has w.-nhed the dishes, nn tne J 'MX hired man's fed the Mock . , , , , Wb Hut tlio week's work nln't quite finished j! ( jgjf until grun'paw winds tno clock. Bj II! There's no one else dn'st touch It, 'cause Hi ' ! g. It tnkrs n tiiaMer hand, I 1 , An' you'd very likely break It If you I J f didn't understand; , , . ' ' I An' when the weights go rlsln' Willi I ifl whlrrln' nn' n whiz L, i n hIIus hoie Hint I'll Rrow up ns smart f...

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. — 23 March 1904

hwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhw wH 'HIHYHI I hhhh I mhh m I PL0?,11 K ft BLj i OBdVenf Ore. P jflj A NAltKOW USCArU. BJ XOK. HU thrilling experiences ot Hi j( Jg the old Lordsburg uiouu- HJ O I O talneer, J. B. Camp, who Hj K wnB ,esIcsed by four cnor. SOW mous umittitiit.i lions In his Hj cabin in tliu mountains ut Brown's H Flats, north of th.it Dunknrd settle H ment, ns told In tlio Ios Angeles H Times, brought vhklly to the reeallee H tlon of the writer the blood-curdling adventures of the Into Uncle Arl Hop H per with an old gilzly she bear In H the Black Mountain, near Sau Jose, H early in the summer of lfcO'J. H Scores of beam had fallen victims to H the deadly aim of this blull old ploti- H ecr and hunter during his lifetime, yet H in luoIuntary shudder escaped him as H be related the following Moiy to the H writer at his Covlnn home a few H months after cclcbiatlng his golden j wedding, bcfoie he met his tiutimcl) H dentil several years ago, by accident- H ally eho...

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. — 23 March 1904

I 'iff I H ;i f I I a rist line or Si Fruit and Shade Trees Hedge Plants, Kveigtccns, Shrubs, IJo-.cs, " Plants, Seeds. THE LOGAN NURSERY i- Logan, Utah. I, i J f : At B. Y. College B (i; j Auditorium, H iSj' SATURDAY, APRIL 2: !!jj - H a i Mr. A. A. Farland: H ' "Tlii- banjo's 'Olo Mull. ' s.r. H j $ ft Examiner. Will give a ifi RECITAL III ' Cnder the auspices or the M. Y. TJ ' College. AllMlsMdN "iIICKNT-, IB-1 M. Y. iiiid A C. .Students, .11 cts. iff "Tickets Tor sale by Rltci Mios, Wt Harils Musle Co.. F. A Neil- jfo belter, Thatcher Music Co. ; , , , H r J ' E wrfy Vv4 P H rHBSfPV9r H ,!i I Cardon Jewelry Co., H P LOGAN, t'TAII H 1 Utah Mortgage Loan H tl ! Corporation. H Tihlng Office corner, loga, Utah L H i 4 lias plenty of MONEY AT B I' j ALL TIMES for H , 1 FARM AND CITY LOANS H B ! al l(nu'1 lates. No Commls- H K y sions charged .1 I ' i; Odcll's Studio ) FOR I Photo's B H i Suceossoi to H f R THOMAS & ODELL. j H t ,, j! ' i Harry Swinyard H ib still at the old stand...

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. — 23 March 1904

I ) B PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE. (IK C(K1,ut County Clerk or the Respective Sign- Stm I en for Further Information. ,Y-Mm I I. It the District Court, Probate Dlvlilon In and ' H for Cache County, State of Utah. M NOTICE TO CltElllTOlt. B Fstati'Of Hans I'etprClpmmeiiMn.ilcrrasvd, B Cmllturswlll pri-si-nt claims with ouelirs HS in tlic iimlcrslBiiisI at h'ewion.Utah. on or U- fore tlio Tth lay of Jum-. Itw. fm K'AHNNA I.AICON Cl.KMM I.NKT.N, B Administratrix with the will aniK'Xt'd. j ,r. C. Walters. Attorney. H NOTICK TO CttKIHTOIK B Kstate of Lucy It. Mathews. deceased. I Cnslltors will present claims with touchers Hi to the undersigned ut his residence In I'nnl- I deuce. In the county of Cache and Slate of HI I'tah.onor liefore the 'Jtltli day of .Inly, l'UM. HI John 1". Maiiiiison. HJI Administrator of the estate of l.m-ylt. Mat- B hi ws deceased. HI Hate of Hist iniljllc.it Ion. March 23rd, . II HJ t'n An'ISI M'MVONS H tu the. lustlce's court. Ill and for Imuran cltj, HJ o...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 March 1904

H 31 J X5he REPUBLICAN. IP I H X I LOOAN, ... UTAH, LH v il V H j I There's still unUcrsnl honor for tho J i j man who nover told a lie. Hut how m I? j much emulation? LssB - 1 . 1 ? ' A '''aco 'or " Pockctbook Is tho now- LssH "" ' i ' I f i cst '" 'ni"cs' mslery. This may mako m I Mil 'cm self supporting. H I S j Admiral Tor- of tho Japanese1 nary m. V f ' j should change IiIk tense. Ho has al- U if,! roady gono nnd dono It. . i I It Is ahout time for tho continuous j , J performers to begin warbling "On tho H j jgl banks of tho Ynlu, far away." B a nil If any tionhlo Is going to bo passed ' . (i . Mil around In tho old world the sultan of i ' W Turkey means to liavo his share. HIV! I- il . . B j , r News comes Hint tho HiiHslans havo H, 1 B occupied Ping-Yang, but I'lngl'ong A hasn't appeared In the dispatches yet. B ill '" tno United States each year thoro ftV ! jj Is eaten $150,000,000 worth of candy, H '3 ) H It Isn't nil tho children's doings, & H ' B either. H ' ! The wo...

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. — 23 March 1904

Hn Physical Culture k lis i and Self Defense "M fl, KOBKKT FITZtlMVQNS ' H Ctrnmrlnn MMJIf VlBht -iiil,tr of h ( B wrlll Champion Hi. vyWeiKMu lllur f H ot lh Worm in? Mvvi in-tntctnr nl I B Lfclurer on llijrrlol Culture, etc , rXc I Part II. Article 4. Hj How to Land Blows. H Hiving lenrned huw to uso tlio (cot, H hands and body, I will now explain H how some of tho blows used In box H tag aro struck. H Von havo i.ot forgotten that tho feet H must to held npnrt, with tho lbft log Hj boforo the right and tho left kneo H ont a little Also, that tho weight Hi of tlio body rests on tho right leg HJ Von remember what I told you about Hj kooplug the muscles free nnd easy. mill not held Ktlllly All this la lm Hj (Hjrtnnt In striking a blow. Hj tt la not only tlio hand and arm that H aro used In striking; tho legs, body Hj sad flli on Id cis also romu Into pla H There used to be an old Idea of strlk- Hj ing with tho arm working like tho H pisVon-rod of an engine In story- Hj books tho horo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 March 1904

AS SP1UNC. APPROACHES ALL i LEATHER USED ON THE FARM p should he oiled, experi- Jj' ENCE TEAUM ESTIIAT NOTII I NO fw EQUALS NEATFOOTS OIL FOR J II THE PURPOSE. SOME USE PRE- E PARED HARNESS OIL, WHICH IS A LITTLL CHEAPER. WE lii ' - j HAVE Til KM HOTII IN ALL SIZE PACKAGES. I, RITER BROS.' DRUG GO. ri Looan, Utah, .1 Fianklln, Plosion and Mont l pellet, Idaho. J SPRING i IS COMING! 1Wli.it a lot ol Ihlngsjoii will need wlilcli we Keep hi stock, we not only keep Hie best (pi, illt. but i! sell at I lit wiy lowest pi lev. Rakes, l! Iiocs, shovels, picks, pruning slicais ' Fj and sill other kinth of gaidru tools Nails, holts, locks, sci cm and everj .j ' kind or hulldcis haiduaic; Ihushos blooms, buckets, lacks and all othei Ispilng cleaning necessaries. Tools and (lencial llaidvvate In endless ailotj. Ilujlng In voij laigequanll ties wo gel voiv lowest pi Ices and sell accoidlnglj R. Larount & Co., . lis West, Vent 01 St . Logan, Utah. New Revelation. wc hae foi sile . A line eat ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 March 1904

I Logan,.ah, March 26, W TWICE-A-WEEK Votume II.Numb.r4! i I NOTHING I STARTLING I In Eastern-Situation. I Russians I Are Taking Things I very. Leisurely. I London, Maich 24. Aside fiom rc- ports to the cITcct that .la pan is Jock- eying to secure bases In China, the tc I iJ?ortof Adinlial Togo on the latest ,Wnibardment of Port Arthur, togcth- er with a surmise as to the vvai plans of Gen. Kuropatkln, who Is to be Com-inander-ln-Chlef of the Russian army, there Is little news of consequence fiom the front. A dispatch fiom Ncwehang sa.vs: "Authotitatlve reports riom Klilu Kuang-cliang, Tseu, Mukden, Llao jang and Itsujcn show that three daysago complete quiet prevallcd.w Ith a regular inoenicnt of tioops In the direction of the Yalu rlcr. One togi ment passed through Hsiijen on Sun day, Maich 20." St. Pctersbuig, Maich 24. When Gen. Kuropatkln reaches Mukden It Is understood that the Kmpcror's foicesat the seat of war will be dlvld ed Into three armies one on the penin sula. Includi...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 March 1904

SB J 15ha REPUBLICAN. M Hi UOOAN, ... UTAH it I B UTAH STATIC NKWS. BJ A female hold-up bus boon opcrat- BJl Ing In Rait Knko City HttL' Tho Dank of Southern Utah, Cedar lay City's now bnnk, will open for 1uh1- Hw ncss March 20. IH Smallpox Ih again on thn Incronso In HI'', Salt Knko City, ten cubes having do- H' votoped In ns many days A mooting of tho iKistmnstorH of tho BJM ntnto will ho held In Salt Kako City Hjf, on April 7 (or tho purposo of forming M ! n Btato association. M I ' , Tho old city linll building at Kohl H I" was dostroyrd hy flro on tho night Oj j- of tho 18th. It Is believed tho llro whs Bm tho work of nn Incendiary. 11 Flnnl surveys for Codnr City's BJwt wntor system nro being made, nnd It HJjt Is expected the system will he com- HV plotod within n few months K Firebugs attempted to burn thn BK" Southern Pacific wooden bridge across Iffig tho Ogdon rlvor one night Inst week, EKft hot tho lilao wan discovered In tlino HpBe to savo tho structure HW Tlioro Is a mo...

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. — 26 March 1904

I M I An Exposition of Modern Wonders I1 S1 ?,WorJd's Fair of ,904 Is the Greatest Educational Factor a Well as the Most Stupendous Entertainment that Was Ever Organized-No Words Can Describe Its Magnificence or MarfniWe Mr. M. 12. Stevens, editor of tliu Min neapolis Union, visited tho World's 1 Fair at St. Louis a few r'.ays ngo, and iho following lottor In he Union ties orfbea in part what his Impressions wcroi To Itoadcrs of "Tho Union": I havo boon UiroiiEh the World's Pair grounds again to-day for tho third tlmo since coming to 3t. Ixjiila last week, and every day the ' wonder within mo grows. I had Imagined from the descriptions that the management Intended to ccllpsu 'anything ever before attempted, but I had no Idea of tho tromondous size, tho magnificent designs, tho splendid notUngs, and tho artistic boauty of Iho buildings. I was somowhat pre pared to suo something of tho ordi nary, but my mind had by no means gruapod tho splendors which will bo open lo tho visitors to t...

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. — 26 March 1904

S II . . M"" MWM MM I a rise line or I fruit and Shade Trees H Hedge Plants, Evcigicons, rar'i sin ubs, jm; Hoses, Plants, in Seeds. I THE LOGAN NURSERY m Logan, Utah. I I Logan Real Estate II and Loan Company IK lias a niiniboi of I'lisl-class ) ; ll and 1 1 rivaled . . j II Farms For sale i V on loiiusot foi Cash. ( lt propel- 8- ty in all p.ntsof town. Long tlnif li Farm loans a specialty. (Optional pa.tuiont Local monoi iinincj placed No. 1 Seem II) I LOUIS S. CARDON, Mgr., I Cardon Jewelry Co., 8 LOCAW I'TAIl m Utah Mortgage Loan 8 Corporation. Hi llhing Office corner, logan, Utah B ii.w piontv of money at M ALL TIMKS tot H FARM AND CITY LOANS fll at lowest j at os. No Conimls- WSm slons ohaiged Odell's Studio mm . . . roii I Photo's n Ml SllCCCssOl to iUl THOMAS A: ODELL. nil 11 Harry Swinyard t r Is slill at tin' old stand, neU dooi B Soutli of Logan Ntusei) JS CAREIAOE AM) Ijn.iiY W J REPA1E1M. Ol II SPKC I LTY JjB ' Oho us a call Satisfaction (unian 11 I tcod. i I Flowers b...

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. — 26 March 1904

rI5SmfiiSDiM3!LE The Scenic Line To Glenvvood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvlllc, Pueblo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis. Chicago, and all points Kast. Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with ail Southern Pa eltio and Oiegon Shoit Linn tialns. ' TIip only Tiaiiscontlnental Line passing diiectly tlirougli Salt Lake City. 3 Splendidly Equipped Trains between 1 OGDEN AND DENVER Via Tluee Separate and Distinct Scenic Itoutcs. THROUGH PULLMAN and ORDINARY SLEEPING GARS To Dcnvei, Omaha, Kansas Citv, Si Louis and Chicago without change. Fiee liecllnlng Clialr Cuts. IVisonally Conducted In clusions. DIN1NC, CAHS, Sen Ice a l.iCaiteon all thiough tialns. ' Kor lates, foldeis, fiee lllustiated iKioklets, etc., Iniuiie of join- neaiest ticket agent, speclfi lug the lilo (iiundc loute, 01 addiess ... I. A. BENTON, G A P D, Salt Lake City JOHN THOMAS IMukciiantTailou The leading tailor of the County. Call and bo convinced. "TswinYard Is now located In Fisher's lumber yaul one block...

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. — 26 March 1904

1 1 H 1 j ' Anthracite States. H B j i ronasylvanm, Colorado and Now H :H , I Mexico aro tho only states tlist pro- M i1 duco nnthrnclto. Pennsylvania, how- m ,! or, produces practically all of tho 1 I I I tutlirnclto; of tho total production ot H ' ' 1 1,000,000 tons In 1902, Colorado and l'i Now Mexico produced less Minn 05,- I; t', 000 tons. In tho production ot hi- i ' ' liitnluouscnnl Ponnsylvnnln nleo leads, I bbbbbbbj ' producing 40 per cunt of tho total for H ,' H tho Unltcl Stntos In 1902. Illinois H " l ranks second, Ohio third. Wost Vlr- '"; glnla fourth and Alabama fifth. BaaaaaaW u . H j'j Hllier' Ilnmn Tlnlldcr Corn. H lilt Bo named becuusc f0 acres produced M ' I (l!j i) hoavlly Unit Its proceeds built a H .1 lovely homo. See Bailor's cntulog. ! Yielded In 1903 In I ml., 167 hu., Ohio 1C0 tiu., Tonn. 1)8 lm and In Mich. 220 liu. per acre. You can beat this record In 1901. WHAT I0 TOO THINK Of THESE TIELDS H ,i 12t !u. Beardless Hnrley per acre. H ' 310 bu. Hnlzer's Ne...

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. — 26 March 1904

FromFimpSes to Scrofula From Infancy to Ago I " To those who have suf fered long and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, and who have lost faith In doctors, medicines, and all things human, CUTI CURA Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with a force hardly to be realized. Every hope, every expec tation awakened by them has been more than ful filled. More great cures i of Simple, Scrofulous.and Hereditary Humors arc I daily made by them than I by all other Blood and Skin Remedies combined, a single set, costing but one dollar, being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases IA when all else fails. I 7 lao1ioaf U orM. Ciillrura IndmL . i V (i u" ' ciiocoUu iv.i.-j ri i., ac. tf tui i eu. I r OlLtmri.t, ., KohtSc llrpui.i lAiiidu, n ainn. aoii.t farl.. 3 H- 0. 1. rslsi Rctim, 117 Columbus i. rontr Uru(A ch.ui l-pin , N' l'rp,. sar- Mwi for All Abwul th. situ ..J gtslp." FREE to WOMEN A Large Trial Box and book of In structions absolutely Free and Post paid, enou...

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. — 26 March 1904

I J Signs of Spring I & "" m I' convey a wattling that certain I,! ailments iit geneial debility, dys- ;ig pepsin, skin diseases, theuina- Kir Usui, liver uiiuplacnls, etc.. need KJ.C attention. Tlieie Isn't anything bcttci than OCR SARSAPA- Kf R1LLA tOMlOl'ND. Nothing zSfl scciet or Mysteilous Hilt about It simply Saisapaullla Ht Iodide of Potassium Hsf Dandelion, Stllllngla, etc Krej 1)1 tiKS ii peihaps know some- wlf thing about IS I We give .ou a bigger bottle B 1 tban you can usually get and jB' ehaige bul t for k. II RITER BROS,' DRUG GO. (ft ' Loll AN, t'TAII. H i Franklin, Pieston anil Mont- K peller, Id.ibo I SPRING I IS COMING! H What a lot or things you will need Wt which wc keep In stock, wc not only K keep the best quality but we sell mk 1 at the eiy lowest pilec. Rakes, H hoes, shovels, ileks, pinning shears Ht and all other kind-, of gaiuYu tools. H Nails, bolls, loeks, scicws arfd eeiy ftp kind of bulldeis haidwatc: Itiushes, IK '; . ' biooins, buekels, lucks and...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 March 1904

I 1 I Logan, Utah, March 30, 1904 T WTP F A wpitk- " H ,. 1W ICE-A-WEEK Volume 1 1. Number 42 H I TOM SMITH JR. I BADLY CUT I On face and neck in I a scrap, 1 Emmet Richeson does 1 expert carving. H Last Friday night about 11 o'clock I Thomas II. Smith, Jr.. sun of Coun H chimin Smitli, mcl Ills "Waterloo" . fljjt tin liands ot a young man named ' Kminett Richeson, and today Is con fined to his homo with u number of seven- cuts acioss bis face and buck of Ills head. The young man's cur was slashed in two and three long gushes are to be found on the upper pait of his neck. .Smith lost a great quanti ty of blood before surgical assistance could be obtained, and while the wounds ;ue not necessarily dungeious, the young man is still very weak. Theallajr occuned on Fhst South sheet Just opposite the lirlgham Young College, and theic are differ ent accounts of the sciap. As the young men told of the alfalr a few minutes after the cutting, it was gatheied that Tom and others as they procee...

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. — 30 March 1904

li ' I I J t56? REPUBLICAN. I ', K '. UOQAN, ... UTAH, Kt . -3 K Tbo nw lirootn trust expects to Hif offect a must sweeping chnngo In tho ' .public dust BE; lu Hie Intent gowns tliu llguro mny HK bo Inillrnted, but nut defined. It must BBv ho unusually lilgh. BBY A Now York broker caught a thief Wm-i', nd tlicn let li 1 tii go. Tliero 1b honor among tlirm, then, after nil. H In caso tlio Jnps succeed In effecting v.. lauding at Pigeon Hay It will lmvo to BB 1, bo ndtnlttcd that ttiey arc blrdB. BM.7 BflT Japanese Hobsons mny bo populnr Hf ' heroos now. lint wait till they go ,IB ashore and gel the girls nt thorn. .IP jfl If the oyster cocktail Ih deadly what Bj hope will he left for those peoplo who B simply must have cocktails of some Bj kind? BJ A superheated exchango proclaims Bb tho glad tidings that "Itussla's Flout EH Is Itottled Up." Must mean the Mack BB sea flcoL BB Up to date, tho one absolutely Hiiro UB 'prediction that can bo made Is that BB when tho war Is over both pow...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 March 1904

I '! I . 'fl i H JBiHBBwiMfc H-l 1 H The Revival of Sachet Bags. H Tho otil fashion ot wearing snrliot H bags In being revived The bags aro jH now heart-shaped and :iro suspended H by the snmo shade of bnoy ribbon. H Sometimes different colors nn com- H blued tu give the rainbow linos ho H much nought for. larger sachet bags, flj oblong unci heart-shape, :ir suspend- H od from tlu mirror knob of the dress- H er with good effect, nml they exhnlu H a delicate fragrance that Is refresh ing. It is qulto the fail to attach these sachet bags to coat hangers In the same color wltli which they are cov rcci. Thoy aro fastened t each end of tlio hanger and dnnsle at all sorts Wt lengths. Circular Skirt. Pull Hklrts, that aro conllned ovor tho hips yet take oft and graceful folds below, make, the latest shown and can bo relied upon as tho favor ItoM of tho coming season The ono i.s circular and is nr- r ranged In small . y, tneka at tho up- l Iwwl per portion that 1 UH jKlWjXj gl gives a yoke ...

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. — 30 March 1904

Wf 'I II I jj I a rise usr or Dj fruit and Shade 1 Trees IM1. Hedge Plants. Kvcrgireiis, I""" shrubs, Moses, Plants, Seeds. M THE LOGAN NURSERY 'III Loqan, Utah. 11 Tho M. & L ill Goal and Wood go. IXHj Success 'i i" ' ' 'in- 'ii a M ,iiii il ii 111 M. Mauritzen, In James Larsen, Ijl Proprietors. RHP Dealcts In till kinds ot Coal n nd Kin- ntlS riling wood mine West Center HjHK street. IB 'i'i:ij:riKii: i-k. HiH Prompt dclivnv .mil inn) pounds to HJ H eveiy tun, guaiaiitecd I V Ii Cardon Jewelry Co., Hi LOGAN, I TMI III J Hi Utah Mortgage Loan III I Corporation. tM 1 1 thing (tiller corner, logan, Utah iUffil b.is pUntv of MONKV AT flHl ALL TIM MS mi 'fBli farm ahd city loans flffi! at lowest l.ites. .No C-jinmls- ' vKfi 1 sions chained . iR! I iill Odcll's Studio llffll 1 Photo's Bit . I V ifl R Sin i'i -vii tn ill- 'ill ! - is ill Harry Swinyard I? , Is still at tin old t ami. net dooi f South ot I.oitiiu Nuiseiy. CAIMllAiii: AND MUlitiY ! ' ? IIKPAIMINUOCM SPECIALTY. Give us ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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