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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 May 1904

! Jast a Little Paint. Right now when everything In nature Js'bcglnnlng to look bi ight and fresh, a little paint will go a ! long vW? toward brightening up ' y the place. Porch, chairs and scats, lawn mowers, any of the farm or garden Implements and dozen of things Inside tlio house all need a 'little touching up. We've paint all ready to use for any purpose. Put up In any size can you may wish, any color you may fancy. Drop In and get a Color Card and we'll tell you more about It. Of course we've brushes to put the paint on with, 10c up. R1TER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont pcller, Idaho. Generalities. T Change in the Price of Lights Beginning May 1st, 1004, we an nounce the following changes In light ing rates as affecting all sections of Logan City as covered by Competing Distribution Lines: Churches and Meeting Houses lo cts. per 10 cp. Lamp. Residences and Business Houses 20 cts., per 16 cp. Lamp. No charge will be made for less than one half month's s...

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. — 4 May 1904

liPMfar-v.aw . - ,. I " I a tine line or M Fruit and Shade 1 Trees (Ert - ' Hedge Plants, Evergreens, fcfo " li . Shrubs, t 4 '"'' Roses, I'lants, It ''-' " Seeds. ; 1 THE LOGAN NURSERY S Logan, Utah. V i; CUMMINGS jr I Commission Co, l, m DKALKUM IN' i! W STOCKS. Bonds, Grain k I and Provisions. ,- Suci,.- l.uught and Sold on Margin or M., ' lor Cash. We havo a special depart- B"' mciit for buying or selling utocks and Me . bonds for hmncdlato delivery. In- Ifi- i vestors and Hankers will save tlmo p- . and money by giving us their orders aft ;v In that line. Correspondence solicited. K ' Local otllcc: , IE,. Room 5 COMMERCIAL HLOCK, j f K I W. H, Weaver, Agt. Kb Tr f Result of Investigation 2-V5 aero farm only two miles from Lo gan. r0 acres good beet land. Full water right, Good Improvements. A chance of a lifetime. 100 acres good land 7 miles fiom Lo ( Kan. Good water rights 2." acres ' In lucern. Same plowed ready for 1 spring use. Oood haj land as well ! as farming. House, Cor...

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. — 4 May 1904

B THE SlEUR '.DEROCHEFONTWNE. H litBarleil In St. Paul's Church, Xcw York.) BftflH Vrrdy. Frovcnce, Tournine Never the fair home land again t For the Sicur de Koehcfoiitaiiis. fllflB Never to lie among his own BBBI With the toft toutU breewj o'en htm KBJ blown HuB Where his ttatcly noble name it known. 'flHBJ Hut cvrr nntl evermore to Test, BBflf .With the alien m.irble above hu breast, ftflfl In the clime of his youthful noldicr quest. B In the tyrnnnoiu time of-wixr ami woe, A The ancient foe of his folk our foe, , BflJ Hither he came with Jtochnmbcnu. BBflJ . Loce and ruffle and epaulet, ' BB Grace and n courtier Waring, yet t. BBflJ A bouI cs valiant an Lafayette. fljjfl A valiant oul that burned to be " In the fore of the light for liberty With the ilrtuutlcsa-nien who would fain be HHl Just another who caught the gleam ' Of the sun of freedom rising brain, Who kbw the vision, who dreamed the dream. IHHb Pally Broadway's clamor and calls Sweep by the chapel of old St. l'aul'g, ...

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. — 4 May 1904

K)' ft ' i The Relief Society U '; '! Of Cache Stake Holds Interesting Session at KB1 j the Tabernacle Last Saturday. !; f Great Benevolent work of the Organization Bi i f Is Far-reaching Already and Growing. lib 11 The Itcllcf Society of Cache Stake H. I '' held a session In the Logan Taber- H'i naclc Saturday. Pres. Lucy S. Cardon H' t ' presiding. The peeling was opened H' by singing, and prayer from Sister lie- B'? becca Karnes. B, Prcs. Cardon made n few remarks r and was followed by I'rcs. Milliard, K V who bore her testimony to the truth Hi' I of the gospel, saying that "we have a m ' i groat losponslblllty placed upon us to B ' i teach our children the principles of 'j the gospel, and respect for the Prlcst- 7 hood." Br Prcs. Petersen repotted Hyde Park m and bore Iter testimony. H;' Sister Lambett of the General '' Hoard, of Salt Lake, urged that the m,' mothers nso their greatest intlucnce m'l -with id' 'r families teaching tlic child- ' , 1 iic .mid to be prayerful In 4 J...

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. — 7 May 1904

H Logan, Utah, May 7. 1904. T W I C E- A- WEEK Volum 1 1. Number 53 fjjfl I THE CITY I COUNCIL H Of Logan Opens Bids, Reads Petitions I And Transacts Much Other Business M Tho Logan city council In session M "Wednesday evening did as follows. A wholesale liquor license was grant- H -cd the City Drug Co. Qtaf? Glascr and Gardner were granted J" license to conduct a bllliaid hall on H First North. Retail liquor license H was granted the Logan Meicantlle H -Co., John J. Hurst manager. H A resolution creating sidewalk dls- H trlct No. (i was passed. This cm- H braces all the property abutting on H the west side of Main street between H First South and Fourth South streets. H A protest against paving tho block H farthest south was presented and I tabled. A board of equalization will I consider the protest at some later xlate. Carl. A Torp, who runs a licensed I express wagon, reported that a num- "hrr nf norsnns are runninir cxnress -wagons and paying no license. He asked that the matter...

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. — 7 May 1904

Hj ' ; REPUBLICAN. I ! ' w ' ; UTAH STATE NEWS. 1; Tho Davis county schools nrc rro- fll paring nn exhibit for tho St. Louis flfl . exposition. flfl r Tho smallpox patients nt Lnytun nrc HB I recovering. The disease hns been con- flfl quarantined. bsbbbI ! fl I Nine Utnh mines distributed dll- HB l dends during the month of April to- flB Si tallng $209,000. Bt'j It Is reported from the houthern '' . F V-rt of the Htnta that tho fruit wits B'I l S damaged by the recent cold wenthcr. B V ' Tho Annlo l.nurle Mining company B j nt Klmhcrly Ik now running two W s shifts nt mino mid ralll, with 110 men B i employed, B . s Twcnty-ono nnd ono-hnlf Inches Is B jf ' tho total rlRO In tho wntcrs of tho B j ! tj Great Salt lako hIucu they com- HBl j moncod to come up. fl I rr Oliiirk'H Ilruco, while attempting to Bj bonrd n freight train nt Lchl, fell un- B j , dcr tho enrtt nnd was fatally Injured, BB'! Ills skull being cniRhed. HB ! , , Mrs. Hannn Webb, one of Lclil's Bftg llrst Bcttlcrs, Is ...

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. — 7 May 1904

L DON'T H Waste time running around, If you H want anything In tlicllardwarc line H we have it; wo liavc a very large stock H of the very best .quality;- wc have the H .cheap quality too and we guarantee tlie price to be the very lowest accord ing to quality. Forced sales expected. Here are a few seasonable lines to give you somo idea. Hoes and rakes from 25cts, Solid steel shovels, from 63cts, Digging forks from 7Ccts, Manure forks from COcts, Window screenwlre, Poultry netting and staples, Lawn mowers and rakes, Rubber hose, Brushes, Brooms and Tools of every description. Sec our window for -special bargains. R. Lafount & Co., J38 Center Street, Logan. 35 John Thomas Mkuciiant Tailou The leading tailor of the County. Call and be convinced. ,.ff A. Swinyard Is now located In Fisher's lumber yard -one block south of Thatcher Bank. All .kinds of BLACKSMITIIING Done. Give him a call. W. W. MAUGHAN, ATTORNEY- AT - LAW, Otrice . .n: Jounty Court House; tSoutheastrorn up-stulrs. Tele...

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. — 7 May 1904

HnY Bam ft I ' ! J ! ... H; ! The Logan Republican BB11 I.OOAN,,iCAC)IC.C()lUYJJrAII. BB n,'i'' '- (ii i :!'' 1 1 u: BB V i Published by , . .t-i'-.' Bl ''$' MOORE & TURNER" BB J (Lessees.) BH Olllclal Rcpubllcnn Organ of Caclic BH d I County, Utah. BH Of, by and for the Republican party BH i lirst, last and always. BBB )i H ' I Imui'd Twlco-a-wcck, Wednesday and H ' Saturday. Entered October 21. IMS, at Lggan ii 1 Utah, as second-clam matter, under Act of - I CotiKrcmof March 3. 18. .iri I ? B Subscription, Payable in Advance B I. OnoYoar ! H l '; Six Month 1 .5 H Three Months .'.... B ' BB ( & a Hi I bWbWbVbB i H - i The City light Plant. BB.' It Is Indeed gratifying to note the support BB I accorded the city electric plant. Already 2000 Hq lights aro connected and thcru urc orders for BB t many more. BB A statement from ono of the Hercules pco- BB ' pic Is to the effect that at three lights for a BB , dollar, It will require not less than 2,250 lights BB a ! v i before th...

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. — 7 May 1904

u- J5t a Little Paint. I 'Bight now when everything In , L nature Is beginning to look bright Land' fresh, a little paint will go a long way toward brightening up the place. Porch, chairs and scats, lawn mowers, any of the farm or garden Implements and dozen of things Inside the houicall'noed a little touching up. We've paint all ready to use for any purpose. Put up In any size can you may wish, any color you may fancy. Drop In and get a Color Card and we'll tell you more about It. (Ofcourso we've brushes to put the paint on with, 10c np. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont pcller, Idaho. fc jjr Generalities. SHOES SI1INED FOR 6C AT CITY SHOE STORE." tf Thos. Kerr, of Wellsvllle, was In Logan last night. ' Isaac Elwell Jr., is at the old stand repairing blcyles. The plans made by architect C. T. Barrett for the Fourth Ward amuse ment hall have been accepted. The grounds were staked off yesterday, and work will begin at once. For Rent--Itooms In the Commer c...

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. — 7 May 1904

I 1 i ! 1 I A FINE LINE OF I j fruit and Shade I Trees i j j Hedge Plants, Evergreens, H Shrubs, I I ! ' Roses, Plants, I ! Seeds I THE LOGAN NURSERY (Logan, Utah. I CUMMINGS Commission Co., Lifl I m UKAi.KitH in ' ' STOCKS. Bonds, Grain H ' and Provisions. H ,4 Mivks 1. ought anil Sold on Margin or H lurCash. Wo havo a special depart- H mentfor btiylngor selling stdeks and H , , bonds for Immediate delivery. In- H ': .' vestors and Hankers will save time B ' ' ' and money by giving us their orders H 'V '. In that line. Correspondence solicited. H f ' Local oillce: H Room 5 COMMERCIAL RLOOK, B i i i I W. H. Weaver, Agt. H ' Result of Investigation H i 255 aero farm only two miles from Lo- H gan. 50 acres good beet land. Full B ', water right. Good Improvements. B . . A chance of a lifetime. , 100 acres good land 1 miles from Lo- J'' gan. Good water right, 25 acres i r in lnccrp. Same plowed ready for HK ' spring use. Good liaylund as well HB asfarmfng. House, Corral, etc. HH, A barg...

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. — 7 May 1904

M Spain has decided tto'recognlzeHhs H 'republic of Panama B The Japanese; continue to cross the B Talu river' In small squads. fl Postmaster General Payno has re- H turned to Mb dedk at the postofllcc1 dc- M partment, m Tho sentenco of Mrs. Cordelia Hot- B kin for lire murder of Mrs. J. P. Dun- 1 sing hm lit-on postponed until May 9. H ' Tho town of 1111k. on the coast of H SomaHlnrfd, has been bombarded by H the British. The sultan of 1111b was m captnred. H Arrests of nntl-Ilusslan Polish agl- H tutors In all parts of European Rus- B sla Indicate tho extent of tho rcvolu- M tlonary movement. B Tho May day cclobratlons by So- M elallsts throughout Franco were lest B Humorous than usual, and were not a m tended by disturbances. 1 Dr. Spellmeycr Is of the opinion B that from 10,000 to 20,000 persons will arrive In Los Angeles during tho con- 8 ferenco of tho MethodlsUi. B Carl Mycr of Pueblo, Colo., suicided 8 near Santa Fe, N. M by throwing m iilmsolf under n train. Ills last will ...

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. — 7 May 1904

BBBF p; I CONFERENCE W OF MONDAY H i bbbe I Not less Interesting than Day Before, H , Bl , , The quarteily conference of the Bb Cache Stako was continued on Monday H J. r, morning at 10 A. M. After the usual BJ , opening exercises, Jllsliops Hdc and BJ I Larscn icportcd the condition of the Bl ' Fifth and Seventh wauls of Logan as BJ being in good condition. Kldcrltldgcs, BJ ropicsontlng the icllglous classes of BJ the stake, stated that parents do not Bl , support the organization as they BB should. This applied to Logan espc- BH daily. President Isaao Smith legici- Bl : i ted the fact that more encourage- B ment was not given the religious BJ classes by the parents. The tltlilng BB during the past two years had in- Bh creased twenty per cent. Advised B brethren not to hold feelings of en- BB mltytowaul each other for wo will bo BB forgiven as we forgive. BB Al'OSTI.l'. I1Y11UM SMITH BB said some of the saints show a marked BB improvement, white others do not pro- BB gicss. It Is o...

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. — 11 May 1904

lignrw fye ioijrtn U cp u bli co n. Tnnir I I LorUUh,M.yll.l904, TWICE-A-WEEK " VolumII.Number54 I RIVERS OF I RED PAINT I To Flow in Logan I on June First I I Occasion of the Big I Ball Game. I As lcported before In The IIki-uii- I ucAN Juno 1st is to be the biggest I day Logan and Cache Valley has eer I seen, the weather man permitting, of I course. I 0 June 1st the tiavcllngmenand mer- I' l chants of the county will try to play I ball on the B. Y. Campus, and none I can doubt that such an atlair will I be productive of unlimited fun. The I traveling men, headed by Hilly Mc- I Allister and "Big Bill" Watson, say I they will get a hundred traveling men I in hero on that date, and Cache county I fans are going them one better and I are making such arrangements as J will insure a crowd of a million, more I or less. Committees have been ap- I pointed as follows: I Chairman of all committees, Joseph Morrcll, of the Urm or Campbell & Morrell; A. G. Barber, secretary and treasurer. F...

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. — 11 May 1904

fk I bbB 3 . k 1! - f B ! ,' 1 A FINE LINE or Fruit and Shade I ! Trees H Hedge Plants, Evergreens, H Shrubs, H t! Hoses, a Plants, H Seeds. THE LOGAN NURSERY M Logan, Utah. I I ! CUMMINGS H Commission Co., H i.v M STOCKS. Bonds, Grain H and Provisions. H Stocks Bought mid Sold on Margin or H for Cash. Wclunen special depart- H ment for buying or selling Htocks and H bonds for linincdtato delivery. In- H vestors and Bankers will save time H and money by giving us their orders H In that line. Correspondence solicited. H Local oillcc: H Room 5 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, H H . W. H. Weaver, Agt. H Result of Investigation H 235 aero farm only two miles from Lo- H gan. CO acres good beet land. Full H water right. Good Improvements. B A chance of a lifetime. H 100 acres good land 7 miles from Lo- 1 gan. Good water right, 2.1 acres H- In lticcrn. Same plowed ready for H spring use. Good hayland as well B as farming. House, Corral, etc. H A bargain, easy terms. H 1." acres good laud with full water ...

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. — 11 May 1904

Biiiiiiiifl I ' I .BH I 'WOMEN'S WOBB. -j Vm Muah'otTroHitrt k i rv da"y w to yJS 'kldnoy'trouble. Sick W IX kidneys cause back I Vy -X ache, languor, bllnH I - headaches, dlxil H 'B neas, lnBomnla and 'aHHD urinary troubles. To H euro yourself you H must cure tho W- 'H nejs. ProQt by the II jiH oxpcrlonco oth k ers who havo been B cured, 'cM William W. BBI Brown, profession 1 nurse, of 16 Jano St., Patoraon, N. J., says: "I havo not only seen much suf fering and many deaths from kldnoy t trouble, but I havo suffered myBelf. At onp time I thought I could not Uvo. My back ached, thcro were frequent headaches and dizzy spells, and the kidney secretions wcro disordered. IDoan's Kidney Pills helped mo from tho first, and soon relieved mo entlro ly of all tho distressing and painful symptoms." A KKEE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mrs. Brown will bo mailed on application to any part of tho United States. Address Foster-Mllburn Co , nuffalo, N. Y. For Rale by all druggis...

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. — 11 May 1904

V' I I II;. j Mr , The Logan Republican B , Looak. Cacti CanN-rr. Utaii. H Published by B MOOItE & T URK E II B (Lessees.) H , Oniciiil Hepubllcan Organ of Caclic H County, Utah. H Of, by and for the Hepubllcan party H til st, last and always. H Issued Twlce-a-wi-ek, Wcdiii'wlar and B Saturday. Kntcrt'd OcIoIht 21. IMS. at Ixxran H Utali, as M'Cond-rlasN matter, under Act of H Conirrt's o( Mnrt'li 3. 1 87i. H , , Subscription, Payable In Advance B - n0 YoRr t-W Six Months t .'JT. Threo Months M The Courthouse Affair. B The "only" savs Tiik Hki'iiiii.ioan B Is dissatisfied with the verdict In the m Clay ton case and has tried to put S. 1 AV. IIcndrlcKs In a Jiole; thiit tlic cr- m dli'l K-'vs " i por without oppoi- B itlcal capital of the B i . illuro ro agrco wlih B r further says that B Viiu u ui'iiLu hi the case "gave the He" B to our icports dm Ins; and since the ic- B cent audit of the books. M To the llrst accusation It may be m said that this paper has not at any B time ex...

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. — 11 May 1904

Jtist a Little Paint. Right now when cxcrjthlugln ' J nature is beginning to look bright and fresh, a little paint w 111 go a long way toward brightening up the place. Porch, chalrsaix seats, lawn mowers, any of the Urni or garden Implements and dozen of tilings Inside Uw house all need a, little touclilng up. We've paint all rcadj to use for any purpose. Put up hi any size can jou may wish, any color you may fancy. Drop In and get a Color Card and we'll tell jou more about It. Of course wc'xe biuslies to put the paint on with. Hc up RITER BROS,' DRUG CO, I.oa an, Utah. Franklin, Preston and Mont peliei, Idaho. " Generalities. SHOES SHINKD KOU 5C AT "CITY SHOK STORE." tf Bishop William B. l'reston Is nistl catlng on his farm at Benson waul. Isaac Elwell ,Jr., is at the old stand repairing blcylcs. Mrs. .Tames Jensen, of Axon, gaxc birth to a little daughter last Friday. Wanted Potatoes at Hariy Smurtli xvalte. Center street. 4Mf Born to Mis. Ephralm Fredrickson, of Avon, last Sunday...

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. — 11 May 1904

47a ' I if A H I . 15he REPUBLICAN. H B LOOAN, UTAH. ffH BH The wcntlicr man Is beginning to. BH Vbe recognized ngnln an a human bo- BH ins- Hit A German prlnco Iuih married a clr- Hfl cus rider. Sho must havo taken good HflJ care of her salary. H ) . Tho Boston Herald convicts Gen. Kuropntkln of n split Infinitive. All Is H lost, general; oven honor. H No ono who has over scon the H Czech language In print will wonder H that tho Germans object to It. H When things aiu dull King Leopold H can always be depended upon to come H to tho front In somo unlovely way. H ------. ----p- M Not only should tho automobiles B wear numherod tags, but they Bhould B bo required to eat enchous for their 1 breath. M Mario Corel! I has Just been celo- M b rating her fortieth birthday, Tho B rcBt of thu alllteiHtlon Is sul'.lclcntly M familiar. B 1 According to tba Boston Globo, a M mnjor In the HiiFslan army gets only m about $4tJ0 a year. Perhaps that Is all m ho Is worth. m Strange to say, every ono ...

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. — 11 May 1904

BBBa . . rt. bbbbbbbi HI rH bbbb bbbI bbbY ' bbb1 IllSTUDEBAKERl bbbbbbH ' bbbbbbB bbbbbbbI BjAmgmm&r-i-i riTMWtyjtin j pi i. "'i' .t n- bbbbbB ' BHIHBBHBw&HHBBiHlBlBBi5BCESS3El . aaaaa . I bbbbbbbI BAVBB bbbbbbV ilH fWrrTlair n (HQbbbbI AUIjH I Leaders in Harness and Vehicles M See the most complete line or REPUTABLE goods n Cjichc county. Our HARNESS arc all hand H ' made and of strictly first-class Pacitlc Oak stock and our guarantee is the strongest that Is given m anyplace in the world. OOOD GOODS at FAIR TRICES. We ask your patronage on the B MERITS of our goods I Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah H 29 S, Main St Logan, Utah, T. W. NAYLOR, Local Manager H Land notice 1 United States Land Olllce. Salt Lake City. BBl lluli. Marrli 111. 1104. B To whom It may roneern: B Tin) Stale (if Utah liaWtiK sclortcd as a B jiartof Itiirrant. under tliu I 1 1 1 Motion of the B Act of Coiitrrot aiiiirow-d July HI, IMU, tliu B following tleserllpett tracts returned '!' the H United Mateafu...

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. — 11 May 1904

H j I Now be Good. To that most degenerate bunch of al- BBj ' , mond-cyod Celestials residing on Die flB' nortli side of the Yalu, which pre- BBj sinned to make big talk, about a pro- BBS posed ball game with Center street: BB (let oil the earth! You're a measly BflY set of cioss-cycd heathens from the BH Hoango whose wind apparatus pro- BBS " claims you better performers on brass BBS instruments than on the diamond. Ccn- BflS t tcr street Is too high up the social, PH moral and Intellectual scale to have further dealings with any such plg-tall flfl rice-eating, mouse-catching Hoxers us BBJ your latest blubbering, bombastic, PH balderdash proclaims you to be. You PPJ havn'taman on your street who is PPJ worth :ui cents and but for sufTcrlng PPJ parentage who msidc a mistake In PPJ bringing jou Into the 'vorld and whose flftfl bowed backs and bowed legs proves PPJ they hae carried jou all your days, ftfl you would now bo in tho poor house or PPJ the penitentiary, If not In Congicss. ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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