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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 April 1904

j pl tye Ifrgott fkjmblicmt lTmr I I Logan, Utah, April 9, 1904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volume 1 1. Number 45 H I for $1,000 Damages M i -. I,. I PETITIONS MRS. JACOBSEN. I At the regular meeting of the Lo- I gan city council Wednesday evening H Mrs. Hannah .Tacobson presented a I lengthy position setting forth a series I of Injuries received a few weeks ago I as a result of driving oIT the road I aiotind the temple hill, the dugway. I The petition set forth that Mrs. I Jacobsen used ccry precaution to I keep In the road, but that owing to I the condition of the toad from which jjravel had been taken until it was dangeious, she unavoidedly droe ov- ' , ft the edge of the same and fell some Hv "Ivor eight feeb Into a gravel pit, Jl sustaining Injuries that she lay in II the snow for a half hour, until assls II tancc arrived. The petition also II stated that she has undergone severe H pain and anguish and has been to eon H sldcrablc expense as a lcsult of the accident, for which she was not re ...

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 April 1904

- s m I 66 REPUBLICAN. IB . t K rE IO0AN, ... UTAH, i' UTAH STATE NEWS. Thoro will 1)0 00,000 sheep shorn at Modena this spring. The hill establishing a fish hatchery In Utah has bcon passed by the senate. Plans are forming looking to tho In stallation of a waterworks system at A number of farmers of Lchl aro solving the Irrigation question by drlv tog flowing wells. Tho police aro after restaurant keep ers of Ogden who aro selling liquor without llccnBO. Francis McAllister, aged 1C, of Salt Lako City, Is dead as the result of ptomalno poisoning. QoTornor Wolls has Issued a proc lamation designating Friday, April 15th, as Arbor day. Tho week on tho Salt Iako Mining exchange) closed on tho sale of 67,145 aharos of stock for $00,473 50. All traffic communication with tho mines at Alta has been cut off by an Immonso snowalldo In l.lttlo Cotton wood canyon. Tho report of tho board of health of Salt Lako City for tho past week hows a record of forty-ono births anil twenty-six deaths. Jef...

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. — 9 April 1904

I CONFERENCE CROWDS V SAINTS IN SESSION IN SALT LAKIf CITY. H -Fourteen Thouiand People Attend H Openlnp 8esslon of the 8eventy- H fourth Conference of the Church H of .Jesus Christ of Latter- H day Saint. I Ono of thu largest crowds In tho I history of tho church attended tho I -opening sessions of tho soventy-fourth annual conference of tho Church of .Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints In Salt Lako City on Sunday. The ses sions began in tho forenoon, but the biggest crowd was In tho afternoon. Tho:i tho throngs filled ovcry Inch of available spaco In tho tabernacle, packed tho Assembly hall, where an overflow meeting was hold, and occu plrl a largo spneo on tho grounds. Scvoral statements woro raailo which wcro generally taken us refer niK'os to tho Smoot caso, and tho tcs tltnony glvou lliuro by President Jo soph V. Smith to the effect that he Intended to continue marrlago rela tions with his plural wlcs. In the oponlng prayer Rider Joseph E. Taylor ' R.ivo thanks for tho way In w...

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 April 1904

I JHflsW in i K a rise line or K Fruit and Shade I Trees ,K I Hedge Plants, Evergreens, B Shrubs, kK Roses, Plants, B Seeds. H THE LOGAN NURSERY i'Kv Bfi.' Logan, Utah. I The M. & L. B Goal and Wood go. jBp''. Successor to. J. . lolmson . i M.Mainltcn Wt, M. Mauritzen, Hp James Larsen, HP Proprietors. gBHrff Dealers In all kinds of Coal and Kin- HHlftj. dllng wood. (Mice ."iSfi West Center l$Bl , street mK ' telephone idsk. Hp, Prompt delivery and 2,000 pounds to KH5P'' every ton, guaiantccd. wmtifc;. v ., nHS i BvJvJvJBEavJKi- K Cardon Jewelry Co., SKf LOGAN, UTAH K Utah Mortgage Loan K Corporation. JHE& Titling Olflce corner, logan, Utah ,, - i . H bas plentv of MONEY AT Kf: ALL TIMES for H&;, FARM AND CITY LOANS flfe llt ,owosl lates. No Com in Is- JaBtT slons chaiged fls I 1 IK Odeli's Studio Utt? , ... .i'ok I Photo's ISSBBEf' KsflL Sueivvsor to KWL.. THOMAS & ODELL. ?$$' jV f i.i... ...... 1; Harry Swinyard f "' j Is still at the old stand, next dooi J South of...

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 April 1904

' Tm THOMAS IT ' MkhciiantTailoii Tlic leading tailor or the County. I Call and be convinced. I TSWINYARD I is now located In Fisher's lumbor yard I one block south of Thatcher Hank. All kinds of I BlACKSMITHiNG I Done, Glvohlmacall. I ""W.W.MAIGHAN, I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I Ortice . .'l- .ounty Comt House; I Southeast ro n up-stalrs. Telephone I 18y. Logan, Utah. I IaMeTg. WALTERS, Attorney-at-law I oilice over The First National Hank, I LOGAN, UTAH. I F. E. Plowman I INHTlUIOTOIl I. jf.VNJO, MANDOLIN nndOUITAIt I Studio I Hoom U, (il) N. Main street, over Dun bar, Robinson & Co. tf NEILS.BELL authorized scavenger for Logan City and Is prepared to do all kinds cleaning night and day. Prices very reasonable. tf Joseph Tarbet, The Plumber, at the Con. I old stand. PLUMBING WORK Done on short notice, with satisfac tion guaranteed. Sam Glaser, Dealer In Fine Liquors and Cigais. Hottlc and jug trade a specialty. Our Lewis 18H1 Whiskey. Try It. t WINDSOR HOTEL, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Cent...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 April 1904

1 fj&fljf'' A" I" a Minute. R'K', We do a good ninny things la a IK mlnuto. For Instance, wo aro whirled Bk on tko outsluu of the oarth Just thtr IK teen tallon, nnd liavo gono around the , HE iun 1,089 mile., n ray of tight has .' HR traveled 11,100.000 mtlosj tho lowest sound your cur rem catch has mad I mX (90 vfhrntlnns, the highest tono I Wk t.JM.000 vllirntlon.i, Twenty-four bar- 5 ffi rill of boor havo gono down 12.0SC H 'W throats: 6.G7.1 clgnrs havo boon made; H 'Br 100 tons of coal havo boon mines and i mmn '" worth of gold has boon extracted I ' fron mothor earth I Ik men take second placi. E B WoMn of .Abyssinian Tribe Are E JK, Really Emancipated. B Bf la die valloy of the' Barca, In Abyi- B " - tola, thoro Li a comntinlty whero HillV Ul women, without holding meetings BJM! or agitations of any kind, have omnn- B ''" elpatod thomsolvcs. All the women IK work hard, while- tho men are tdlo; SP ktt by way of compensation the house IS M$ nd all It contains belong to tho...

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. — 9 April 1904

REACH THE 8POT. To cure an ach- Ilng back, Tho ii a I n of rheumatism, Tho tired out feelings. You must reach tho spot get at the cause. In most cases tli tho kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills aro for tht kidneys. Chas. Dlerbach, stone contractor, living at 262C Chestnut St., Krie, Pa., yi: "For two years I had kid ney trouble and there was such a erere pain through my loins and llxabs that I could not stoop or straighten up without great pain, had UlCculty In getting about and was umable to rest at night, arising in the morning tired and worn out The kidney secretions wero Irregular und deposited a heavy sediment. Docts treated me for rheumatism, but failed to help mo. I lost all confidence in Medicine and began to feel as If life wore not worth living. Doan's Kidney PIUs, however, rcllovcd mo so quickly and so thoroughly that I gladly mado a statement to that effect for publica tion. This was In 1898, and during the six years which have elapsed I hnvo ever known Doan's Kidney Pills to ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 April 1904

4" it " I , Signs of Spring EHk convey a warning that certain SMBe allnients as mineral debility, dys- IHffll pepsin, skin diseases, rhciima- ' iK Usui, liver eomplaents, etc., need jjHL attention. Thcic Isn't anything 1H better than OUR SARSAPA- H R1LLA COMPOUND. Nothing l" A secret or Mysterious , H' about It simply Saisapaullla I jK, Iodide of Potassium H Bj Dandelion, Stllllngia, etc.. - g?' Drugs you perhaps know some- & thing about Bg.V Wc give you a bigger bottle B IP than you can usually get and it' charge but for It. I RITER BROS,' DRUG GO, gte jj? Loo an, Utah, R Franklin, Preston and Mont- . p, poller, Idaho. B & I SPRING I B; IS COMING! PlMPv What a lot of things you will need irQl - lilfl i we keep In stock, we not only RBjw. keep the best quality but hu sell BwSfi at the very lowest pi Ice. Hakes, PIHjK hoes, shovels, picks, pinning sheaii KJHkj1 and all other kinds of gaideu tools. i Aft Nails, bolts, locks, screws and every iHft kind of builders haidwaro; Itr...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 April 1904

p ' m W H L gg l)i i o tyi n U cp u b I i ca n . Twg I I Logan, Utah, April I 3, 1904, TWICE-A-WEEK Volume 1 1. Number 46 j I RICHMOND I FACTORY I On the High Road to I Prosperity. C. Z. Harris talks of its Prospects. Mr. C. Z. Harils, of the Utali Con densed Milk Factoiy, of Richmond, j was In Logan Monday, and in talking tof the prospects for the factory was i v cry enthusiastic. Mr. Harris said that the factory now employes twenty-live people but that little or no effort had been made to run the plant at Its full capacity. Tt has been the aim un to this time meiely to get onto the process, and experiment In the matter of securing a ilrst-class production and Mr. Har ris Is certain now that tho factoiy can and will put out a product that will outrank that of the east and com paic favorably with anything on the coast, where the best condensed milk is made. Mr. Harris Is highly enthusiastic over Mr. Gilbert Landcll, the new processor secured from the coast, and gives Mr. Ilackliff t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 April 1904

1 I EL Ctttt REPUBLICAN. Ir , 'Urn- HK IOOAN, ... UTAtt, 1 f HhI 1 lHf Ercry dog has his day, but hn ought j K to cut his nights out. Pcoplo need I jj SB Admiral Togo's official report U i J IB fully as emotional as the multiplies- 1 B tlon tabic. i V Colombia hnB reduced Its army from I fin "000 to 5,000. Probably tho private u iflMF wero a" discharged. 1 fWf' The president of Uruguay died a nat- Wi urnl d0011' to other day, probably 'jlnB much to hla tmrprlno. IBS?' Now Is tho tlmo for spring poets lElr t0 Berul ln tho'r nchloTementa to jS'' other papers than UiIb. Ml Bk And row Carnegie may also havo had i,. fl flp- grave doubts as to whether tho Amorl- M mii can drama Is worth endowing. g. KB . i 1 Radium Is now quoted at $12,600,000 H W per pound, with few bidders. Tho P f salos roported aro all of small lots. pi r T Ifc Mau iieous but l.ttlc heru below. A ;'1 Hft half pound of radium, for Instnnce, fir W- ought to malto almost any one happy. I - Shamrock I. Is In process of do...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 April 1904

H The Lady of Sleep. H The Lullaby Lady she's sometimes ended When we lisp with a childish tongue. When msnhood's stature's a wUh tore Mallod, And llfo In a sons unsung; H Our trundlp-bed wro she bonds above, And j-ranla us a rest from play Tho Ijullnby I.aily with touch of love Who carrion our enrcs away. H To tho Poppy Princess we change her naino When older we've grown, and sigh Midst tho mad'nlng chase after fickle fame l'or tho peace of tho long-gone-by. And tho Bpan of onch day hoart-rret ae. nlos. Till wo lie In her lovlnjr keep, And tho PrlncrM Into our tired eyes I Ian Hlfted tho Hands of sleep. Iloy Carroll Oreenc, In January House keeper. The Misting Numerals. )Horo la an addition sum, complete with tlio total, but by an accident Homo of tho numerals nro missing. Can yon supply them 7 Thoy nro all of tho samo value, and when placed In tholr proper positions will give the total tihown. Game of "Hands." Long tlmo ago, when wo woro all vory llttlo, moat or us found It great ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 April 1904

I A Mass Meeting 1 ZI At Court House Tonight 1 jK During the past years the Logan .Journal ffltjP has agitated the building of good roads and hP other Improvements that are absolutely ncccs- J gg- sary to the growth of this city and county,and I since Its founding cightcccn months ago. Tub Logan Rki'Uiimuan has liecn Incessant In urging the citizens of Logan and the county to organization for tlie future development of the country's resources. At last it seems that this agitation Is to bear good fruit. The gen eral public lias come to seo the Until of the arguments set forth and now there Is an over whelming demand for improvement along var ious lines. The complete cessation oj business during the past tlnee weeks on account of bad roads, makes the road question uppermost at I tie picsent time and has made the absolute I necessity of good roads so appaionl that the I County Commissioners aie considering wavs I and means of accomplishing the desited end. I The condition of the county...

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. — 13 April 1904

.LdON'T Bt'T Waste time running around, If you V want anything in the Hardware lino c have It; wu have a very large stock I of the very best quality; we have the I cheap ciuallty too and we guarantee I the price to be the very lowest accord- Ing to quality. Forced sales expected. Here arc a few seasonable lines to give I you some idea. Hoes and rakes from I 25cts, Solid steel shovels, from 05cts, I Digging forks from Wets, Manure I forks from 50cts, "Window screen wire, I Poultry netting and staples, Lawn I mowers and rakes, Rubber hose, I Brushes, Brooms and Tools of every I description. See our window for I special bargains. I R. Lafount & Co., I 38 Center Street, Logan. 38 I John Thomas I MkkchantTailou The leading .tailor of the Count'. Call and be convinced. r A. Swinyard l -Ms now locitcd In Fisher's lumber yaid one block south of Thatcher Bank. All kinds of BLACKSMITHINO Done, (live him a call. W. W. MAIGIUN, ATTORNEY- AT - LAW, Ortice . -a.- ounty Court House; Southeast ...

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. — 13 April 1904

Br f K (cfefr cih ht, . fno1 hHx HrJ J 1 Itl 111 B My gran'mii In tho dearest glrll Vz t K you s.iould mo her oncn . r SJBJf P I'm auru yuu could acree with me, C JBJJL A An' not be called a dunce ; jPJF 4v Bill linn tho ooflast, smlllest eyes, V? IBJJlR La An' wnvy "Iron gray" hair. SJJK X "She lias u lady' gentle ways" B j (I'm iiuuttn' Dinah Fair.) Hr V Hut don't you think she's llly "oft, sta JBv JK An' spoils mo half to death; Ty JBJft For whi'ii .she thinks my ways aro wronn, j HKi , X ' fairly hold my hri-nth C SJBJJjr - Till imui'nm'B thruugh her talk with me; SJBJJf' W It almost inn ken inn III A BW To know the wicked hoy I um ,i PjBJfa' Jt1 An' jet alio lovca me Mill! fW HE, V She mnkes me dops nn' cata an' mon r v . Itlglit out of cuoklu douch; SjBK 3 An' anya when pa la acoldln' mo X BXx, "Now he'll he rood, I know;" y. BJHb A An' I not 'Khnmcd, an' think 1 will, 9 r W I'll try, an' try, an' try, "Jr JBJ! y For It would be nn awful thing g iHtfi ...T ' To make my gran'ma...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 April 1904

AN UNKNOWN ANGEL. H Bfi walks unnoticed in the street; Slie does a thousand kindly tlilns Hi The casual eye Tlwt no one known; B Bees nothing in her fair or sweet. A loving woman's heart she brine B The world goes by To human w oca: B Unconscious that an angel a feet And to her face the sunlight cling 1 Are passing nigh. Where'er she goes. H Bhe little lias of beauty's wealth; 'And so she walks her quiet ways H Truth will n low .... With that content H Only her priceless youth and hea.th. Tint on'jr comes to sinless days H Her broad white brow; And innocent; H Tt grows she on the heart by stealth, A life devoid of fame or praise, H I scarce know how. Yet nobly spent. H Pali Mall Uartt. qood FRon an ill wind H BT X H. NKHOLJON. I iiAlAyMVAVASV.W.WAVAaM.iJAti.iAAiMJ.i.r.i pp. p . . . - H jioi. K wl" U8t 'mvo to Kt!l-V H J Z here, and make the bust 2 A o ot lt; but l ,,ou't t,cllovc H jf " K the water will get up to fQW "lc hous?." H "it luuy not; but If It does, what shall H we do? In...

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. — 13 April 1904

I. i Just a Liitle Paint. Ifat Right now when cierythlng In IJJ0L nut mo is beginning to look bright flp and fiesh, a lit tie paint will go :i HP long way towaid brightening up H the place. mk- Porch, chairs and scats, law 11 H mow cis, any of the farm or gaidon K Implements and do.cn of things HK Inside the house all need a little In t' touching up. K; Ve'e paint all ready to use for V any put pose. lis, Put up In any slc can you may life" wish, any color y ou maj fancy. Ijlp Drop In and get a Color Card and (k-. we'll tell j on moie about It. SHP Of course wc'ic brushes to put Wmk ' the paint ou with, 10u up. 8' RITER BROS,' DRUG GO, Hf' Loo an, Utah, SIS' ' MR, Franklin, Preston and Mont BBp' poller, Idaho. 9k Result of Investigation iMfr' riVi acio farm only two miles fioin Lo Hv gau. Macicsgood beet land. Full rllK' water right. Good hnpioveinents. FlIK A chance of a lifetime. f Hg; 100 aeics good laud 7 miles fiom Lo- I IK gau. Good water light, L'.laeies HL in luceiii. S.ime ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 April 1904

ATTENTION CITIZENS ! Attend the Mass Meeting at the Court House, Monday Evening, April the 13th. ffl Logan, Ubfc, April .6, ,904. TW1CH-A-WEKK TrTTT V volume II. Number 47 i'LH RUSSIANS LOSE HEAVILY Battleship and torpedQ boat blown up. By the Japanese. Great Admiral killed. The latest Horn the Eastern situa tion Is that reports of the i:tth and 14th ar confirmed. The Japs sunk two Russian vessels. Dispatches con llrmed lead as follows: Jt St. I'cteisbuig, April 13. Vice-Ad- mlral Grlgoiovv itcli sends the follow Ing olllcial account of the loss of the Pet ropavlovsk: "The Petropavlovsk stiuck a mine at the entrance to the harbor today. The mine exploded and the cssel was overturned. Our squadron was near Golden Mountain at the time. The Japanese were approaching the port. Vice-Admiral Makaroff apparently Is dead. Giand Duke Cyill, Captain Yakovlelf, lie officers ann thiu-two sailors escaped. A number of bodies have been recovered." It is announced that seven bundled arc dead, Inclu...

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. — 16 April 1904

I 'j l ATTENT'N aTIZENS ' Ad K'- " - . C. H, Md, ApHI 4. ,8 (I ljoaYgi e gfrgtm ftipitbJtttttt. ITm?; I Logan, Utah, April 16, 1904. ' Ifl ' TWICE-A-WEEK , , i - Volume II. Number 47 ' RUSSIANS LOSE HEAVILY i ' Battleship and torpedo boat blown up. By the Japanese. Great Admiral killed. The latest from the Eastern situa tion is that reports of the i:itli and ,, 14th are confirmed. The .Taps sunk j y two Russian vessels. Dispatches con firmed lead as follows: St. Petersburg, April IX Vice-Ad-mlralGrlgorowitch sends the following official account of the loss of the Pet ropavlorsk: "The Petropavlovsk struck a mine at the entrance to the harbor today. The mine exploded and the vessel was' overturned. Our squadron was near Golden Mountain at the time. The Japanese were approaching the port. VJce-Admlral MakarolT apparently Is dead. Grand Duke Cyril, Captain YakovlelT, five officers ann thlrt-two sailors escaped. A number of bodies have been recovered." It is announced that seven hunched ...

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. — 16 April 1904

JMff 111 f K ' 9, If I K6 REPUBLICAN. D-- trld UOQAN, ... UTAH, Hill ' i HI OTAII STATU NEWS. H H r Codar City Is to liavo n Co-op store IRL within tliu next sixty days. ME I Boys under 18 nro not to bo allowod HH to enter billiard lialla or bowling al- HRf lys &t Sprlngvlllc. BUaMK Two cnrlomlH of wagons wnro re- HBk eolved at Modcna ono day last week H9Hl for distribution In the Dixie country. RBI Tho street car employes of Sail fl 1 ft Lako City aro organizing a union In jS , & an endeavor to sccuro an cqultablo ' 1 1 $' wage scale. ( I If ; J. M. Shocklcy, tbo street car ban- fc H dlt S on trInI lQ g(lt Lnko Cly for K " tho murder of Amasa Oloason and EtKi Thomas Brighton. HK p; Mrs, Isaac Sherwood of Ogden Is at I UK tho point of death as tho result of In- JhWk $ Juries received whllo attempting to ILk !, Kot off a moving street car. P K At tho meeting of tho Utah Dental Ft,Bf- ,'' association, held In Bait Lako City, iTBft tho old officers wcro re elected and b JB Pror...

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. — 16 April 1904

II I ji h II; 5 REPUBLICAN. H JP fc tOOAN, ... UTAH. Ifll UTAH STATB iNEWS. Bj.HL Codar City 1b to have a Co-op store IjRI within tbo next sixty days. r Vffi DoyB undor 18 aro not to bo allowed p; m to enter billiard halls or bowling al- '.Kj loys at Sprlngvlllc. ' :H Two cnrlonds of wagons woro re- fN colvod at Modoua ono day Inst week J- H for distribution In tho Dlxlo country. i HI Tho Btrcot cnr employes ot Sml m H JMia City aro organizing a union In 8, H n endeavor to secure an cqultablo K Kb wugo scale. K K J. M. Sliocklcy, tho stroot car ban- K Hj dlt, Is on trial In Salt Lako City for w-'HI tho murder of Amasa Qlcaspn and H Thomas Brighton. K MHl Mrs- Isaac Sherwood of Ogden Is at SL' Kl tho point of death as tho result of In- M Effil Juries received whllo attempting to El' Ri est oft a moving street car. JJK, At tho meeting of tho Utah Dental , Hp association, held In Salt Lnko City. i H tno ol(' mc"s woro ro elected and ,3 BK Provo was soloctcd as tho noxt moot- M Bg Ing p...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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