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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 June 1904

( Hofisecleaning I Use borax or ammonia In cleaning Jk woodwork and windows, and you ' ' lighten the labor and get better results. Protect furs and woolens from moths by the liberal use of camphor gum or moth balls. The expense Is slight and saving may be great. Marred furniture polish, and there arc dozens of places where paint, stain, enamel or varnish will beautify. We have paints, var nishes, etc., In little cans all ready for the brush, and we sell them at bottom prices. R1TER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont- poller, Idaho. j-ajl PETERSEN & SONS, ' want to do some of your sign work for .Tunc 1st. They know how to do it and guarantee satisfaction. See them. Generalities. SHOES SHINED FOR CC AT "CITY SHOE STOKE." tf Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Knox, of Hyrum were in Logan Saturday. Kalsomlnlng and white-washing Albert J. Uarrett, N. 5th West. The Rlacksmith-foik bridge this side of Mlllvllle needs repairing. A plank or two may sasc a valuable horse. Lost An ic...

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. — 8 June 1904

Hi M U W "vi i ' KN10K, President. ALLAN M. FLEM ING, Cashier M ft B JAM Eft QUAYLE, Vice Pros II. G. CROCKETT, Asst. " I ! THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ! LOGAN, UTAH. H i ' i Under United States Government Supervision, i CAPITAL AND PROMTS $70,000. LHH ' - H J 5 Courteous Attention to All Interest Paid on Time Deposits. H TorelQn Drafts Issaed Prompt. Conservative, Sale M J BOARD OF DIRECTORS H , I W. S. McCOKNICK, JAJ1K3QUAYI.K, JoSKl'll F SvilTil H i I John II. Akdkiimuv, Tikis. Smakt, Soiik.v Hanskn, H I V, I 0. C. Goodwin, C. W. Nim.ky, Allan M. Flkmino I; Give Your Boy BBBBBBI rW A&'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM ' I A KODAK Cordon Jewelry Co., H I LOGAN, UTAH I Odell's Studio H I Photo's i B Successor to m THOMAS & ODELL. G H. Baker H i Practical H Shoe Dealer, H Has Just lecelved u consignment of B ' FOOTWEAR. The) sue poltlely H j the best goods cum olletcd for the H money In Logan Men's lliitul Sowed H l'lne Box Cilf Shoes, il.:,0 pei i.ih, H ; and othei shoes In piopoitlou....

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. — 8 June 1904

-.' .yij.iK,-r I Fancy Blouse Waist. I No form of tho 1S30 shoulder Is I moro graceful thnn tills ono anil nono I gives better lines. Tho waist also Is admlrablo In every way anil suits I all tho fabrics of the season. Tho I shallow yoke, tho plaits below and I tho full, drooping slcovc3 all tiro fen- turcs and roost adinlrablo ones, while tbo extensions, In the form of box plaits, over the shoulders make quite I the latest of tho season. Tho model la mado of champngno colored I eollonno cmbrolded In ring dots and I la combined with finely tucked muslin I and lace, tho uso of this last with wool I fabrics being essentially smnrt, but I Innumerable combinations might bo I suggested. I Tho waist Is made over a smoothly I flttod lining that closes at tho center I front and Itself consists of fronts, I back and yoke, the closing being In?Tir p ImV ma mado Invisible beneath tho first plait at tho left of tho front and at tho left shoulder scam. Tho sleeves aro out In ono pleco each and n...

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. — 8 June 1904

I VHOW THE CHILD HASl GROWNl" B I Grand Building Sale! I I J We must have more room. To get this room we will add 50 feet to our M'A present business location. In order to do this, beginning SATURDAY, ' MAY 28th, we will offer any suit of Clothes or Odd Pants in the house at It 25 Per Ct. Discount. H ' Don't miss this opportunity to save yourself money. Our goods are honest- l ly marked and are all spanking new. Buy a famous STEIN-BLOCH or H; Newport Suit and you will ever afterwards be our customers. 25 per cent Hi off on all clothing, beginning Saturday, May 28. Come early and get largest i selection. H' H ,' ! r J ' 1 I Thatcher & Hans eii . : 27 MAIN STREET LOGAN, UTAH. 27 MAIN STREET I Our Prices Arc the Ii Lowest. H 4 If )Oti appicciatc cli;tiR'is to save inuue, It will be to your own In- H ' tett'st to make the lll'ltjour trading place. i: SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK. HI ltegular 200 lioj's Knee I'ant Men's tegular S12.00 CjO nn H Suits, well niaileaiiil QC. suit! till;. week f...

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 June 1904

Logan, Utah, June U, 1904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volume n Number 63 B DEMOCATS' BIG POWPOW The Unwashed Cap ture Salt Lake But won't Get a Smell this Fall. The Democrats of the State met at Salt Lake Thursday and went through the formalities necessary to select delegates to the big funeral at St. Louis on July (ith. The enthusiasm jg ;md harmony that unqucstlohably pre !!r vailoct Is another striking proof of the softening Inlluence of adcrsity. It's awfully hard for dead people to kick up a row and the Dems have been so dead during the past two ycais that in their resurrection they fall to ie imemberold erlevances.l The big pow-wow selected Tillman T). Johnson, of Ogdcn, as temporary chairman, this gentleman being nom- iuatcd by Mr. Frank Nebcker, of Lo gan, who it seems was slated for the place and Informed of his selection by Secictary Daly. But Frank over looked the little hitch, listened to the "get-together" men and took his medicine. Mr. Johnson's talk upon taking the cliatr was such ...

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 June 1904

H T5he REPUBLICAN. Ill B I L.OQAN, UTAH. BH I 1 UTAH STATU NEWS. H f 'A co.volo was captured In Lcstot H ipark, In Uio heart of Ogden, ono da; V 'last wriok. H ' ' LIfo Insurance companies paid on I M $E72,20G In Indemnities In tho stnto ol H it Utah Inst year. H Thore wore oxaetly throe tlmoa as H . many births ns deaths In Salt Lain B City (luring tho past month. HB A telegraph station will soon bo o ! tabllghcd nt Klgln. twrnty miles west fl ! from Callouto, on tlio Salt Lako route HB I Harland Loofbourow of Salt I. alto B City, whllo driving a fractious horse, B i ' -was struck by a Btrcot car and bus- Bb t j talncd tcrlous Injuries. It Is claimed that within seven HB ' months trains will bo running over BB the untlro Salt Lako routo between B ' Bait Lako City and San Pedro. 1 , Tho allotment of $72,000 mndo by BB I tho (juai termnfctor'B department for BB : Improvements nt Fort Douglas has BB : been approved by Secretary Tatt. BB Tho freak collection at tho World's BB fair incl...

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 June 1904

I studebaker" t 9 I I t i -. Leaders in Harness and Vehicles See the most complete line or REPUTAHLE goods la Cache count. Our HARNESS are all hand ! made and of strictly tlrst-class Pacific Oak stock and our guarantee Is the strongest that Is given anyplace In the world. GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES. We ask your patronage on the ! MERITS of our goods , Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah i 29 S. Main St Logan, Utah. T. W. NAYLOR, Local Manager ! I I " ' i-n J We Ae in The Market for WHEAT OATS POTATOES EGGS. And pay Highest Market Prices. Our Stock of Seeds are Still Com plcte. Call and Soe us. Smurthwaite Grain & Seed Co. 15 West Center Street. v Y'-W Notice of levy of As sessment. The West-Cache Irrigation com pany, placoof buslness,Trenton,Utah. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Hoard of Directors held on the (1th day of June, 11)04, an assess ment of r0 cents per share wa levied on the capital stock of the corpora tion, payable on or before the 8th day of July, 11)04, 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. — 11 June 1904

nl i I 1 The Logan Republican H H Looan. Cache Coitwty. Utah. m Published by , MOOIIE & TURNER H (Lessees.) B ' Ofllclal Republican Organ of Caclic B j County, Utah. M I Of, by and for the Republican party B flrst, last and always. H j Uimd TwIci-a-wroW. Wrdmvlay tml M Faturday. Kntrnd October 21. HOi. at Imuran H J Utah, as MCdnd-cln-n maltvr. under Art of B ' Conertss of March 3. 1CT. I ' ' Subscription, Payable in Advance H One Year ... . ..(- M H I Six Month . .1 .25 m l ' Three Month .... "i H President Roosevelt. H I Theodore Hooscelt is a man who B i does tilings and lie has done them In H I a way dillcrcnt fioin that which mot J othcis would have taken to do them. , For that icason he has a host of B! enemies not altogether political. ' Them ate men overyvvhcic who ob- Ht jeet to the unexpected way of accom- H pHshing things even though that un- B expected way piovcs the shortest and ! best way. A man who has the bialns H to wotk out a new method and the Hj braciy to car...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 June 1904

Hotisecleaning If Use borax or ammonia In cleaning 'woodwork and wnidpws, and jou lighten the labor and get better results. 1'rolcct furs and woolens from moths by the liberal use of camphor gum or moth balls. The expense Is slight and saving may be great. Marred furniture polish, and there arc dozens of places where paint, stain, enamel or varnish will beautify. Wc hac paints, var nishes, etc., In little cans all ready for the biush, and we sell them at bottom prices. RITER BROS.' DRUG CO, Looan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont- pclicr, Idaho. 1 " Generalities. SHOES SHINED FOR AC AT "CITY SHOE STORE." tf .lens Jensen, of Millville, was In Logan on Thursday. Kalsomlnlng and white-washing Albert J. Uanett, N. oth West. Mr. .undel, tlic popular mall car rier, lias a vacation of two weeks. He and his wife go to Wllliard visiting with his parents and relations. Lost An Ice wool shawl. Finder please leave it at this oftlcc. Walter Scamons, of Hyde Park, has just recently recoered from ...

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 June 1904

p ' ft ' V s .in i RN1CK, President. ALLAN M. FLEMING, Cashier JAMES tJUAYLE, Vice Prcs. II. E. CROCKETT, Asst. " I .1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ! LOGAN, UTAH. I ' Under United States Government Supervision. ' CAPITAL AND PROriTS $70,000. - Courteous Attention to All Interest Paid on Time Deposit t. B ' jj foreign Drafts Issued. ' Prompt. Coniervathc, Safe. M HOARD OF DIRECTORS: H i V. S. MtCtNI(.'K, JA3IKS QUAYLK, JOSEPH F. SMITH 1 JolIN II. ANUKIlbON', TllOS. SMA11T, SOUKN IlANSKN, ,' (J. C. GOOOWJN, C. W. Nllll.KY, AI.T.AN M. FLKMINQ J ii I Give Your Boy B LbLH i5TwiJjrt4 vTf A LbbLbLbLbbLbW. 4 LbV 'iti'kViiv jik II A KODAK . ; Cardon Jewelry Co., I LOGAN, UTAH ! Odeirs Studio H ''3 FOR I Photo's i bB '1' B '! Successor to H i THOMAS & ODELL. I 1 1 C. H. Baker B , I Practical H; Shoe Dealer, H j Hits Just icceived u consignment of H j, FOOTWEAR. They are positively H tho best goods evei olTcicd for the H J money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed m 'X Fine Ho Calf Shoes, $2..V per pai...

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 June 1904

H3i' -.'-jT'-r t wIIbIbbbbbbW a successful' wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband should be a j i woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Potts tell their stories for the benefit of all wives and mothers " DnAit Miu. Pimciiam: Iij'tliu K. IMnkliam's Vegetable) Com pound will malte every mother well, strong, healthy mill happy. J dragged I through nine years of miserable existence, worn out with pain and wrariutss. I I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled as 1 wan, and the wonderful I results she had hail from your Vegetablu Compound, and decided to try what It would do for mc, and used it for three months. At the end of that time I "was a different woman, the neighbors remarked it, and my husband fell In love with me all over ngaln. It seemed lilte a new existence. I had been suf- fering with inflammation and falling of the womb, but your medicine cured that and built up my entire system, till I was indeed HUu a new' woman. Sincerely yours, Mas. Ciias. F...

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 June 1904

HBBTvJi lib PRESENTED WTTH DOLL B Is .1 H .Richmond Young Lady who was Never H ( Married and Never Expects to Be. H Old Folks Have "More Fun than You can H i( I Shake a Stick at." A continued Story. HB 1! BH H In Its last Issue Tiik Uki-uhmcan H lcpoitcd the foienoon exercises of the H ' Old Folks' gatheilng at Klcliinoncl K j Tuesday, anil In the following pie- B ' scuts tlie atU'iiKHin piogiam which PB piovcd no less enjoyable than t lie pH inoi nine's plcasuies. pH The master of ceremonies not being B present, U.S. Hammer, of Smithllcld, PH ( cnlcitalned the old folks with some PH h excellent singing. H'l Mis. Annie Miles, of Smltlilleld, ic- PPj ' ; cited a piece entitled "How Joshua PH killed a mouse." At this the house PPJ 'f went wild. Upon lctuiulng she le- PPJ 1 cited "Don't foiget the old folks." PH 'j Following this came a selection by H1 the band, a souk by William I'llking- B (i ton, of Smllhlield, "Now we aie ''' growing old." This gentleman pos- I scsscs one of the li...

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. — 15 June 1904

fed fye jfrflmt Republican. F Logan, Utah, June 15, 1904. TWTTF A wppit :-; TWILE'A-WEEK- Volume II Number 64 D. C. JENSEN IS ELECTED Superintendent 'of the Logan Schools For a Period of Two Years and at a Yearly Salary of Fif jgp teen Hundred, At a meeting of the Boaitl of Edu cation Saturday evening, 1'iof. I). C. .lenscn was elected Superintendent of the Logan City schools, and liK salaiy fixed at $1,500. The members who otcd for Prof. Jensen and the raise ate Messrs. Ciockett, Jensen and Ap peily. Messrs. Ilullcn and Barettwcte ad .hercntsof cx-superlntendent A. M. Merrill, and for a number of ballots Messrs. Ciockett and Appciely oted for Ex-Superintendent J. A. Langton, the other member of the Uoaid, Mr. C. C. Jenson, refusing to vote for cither man. Finally Jensen, Crockett and Appcilcy united on Piof. 1). C. Jensen, who when consulted said that he would accept If the salary was plac ed at $1,500. " The gentlemen who elected him agreed to give him this amount, and as a conseq...

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. — 15 June 1904

M ' J3he REPUBLICAN. I M I LOGAN, UTAH, m ' H Loss Is sometimes gain oa when m J ' .'.Adam Inst (hut rll. H j A stroiis point In Kuropntldn's H favor Is (lint his name doesn't sound H ii ' llko a Biieo.o. H The prospect of the cnr dictating 1 , ' pcaco In Toltlo seems to liavo boon H Jarred out of plumb. iH An eminent physician says that thero Id no such thing as brnln fag. What docs lio call it? H ' It appcarn that I'nltl's backer said H farewell to about $ in, 000 when sho H said farouell to America. H A man never fools bo flattered na H when n wotunn tolls him lie la tho only H I man who over could understand her. H , Approximately spoaklng, how long . do you think It will take John U Sub H j- llvnn to run through with that $1,000? B T A real count has become n real H J monk In Iloliemla. Moro often they H 'I make, monks of two syllables of them- H It Possibly those good pcoplo who nro H 'ji moving to mnko wars less tcrrlblo nro H unintentionally moving to mnko wars H moro freque...

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. — 15 June 1904

L 1 1 STUDEBAKER I Leaders in Harness and Vehicles See the most complete line of REPUTABLE goods In Cache county. Our HARNESS are all hand made and of strictly llrst-class Pacific Oak stock and our guarantee Is the strongest that Is given any place In the world. GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES. We ask your patronage on the MERITS of our goods , Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah 29 S, Main St Logan, Utah, T. W. NAYLOR, Local Manager 5r I We Ate in The Market for WHEAT OATS POTATOES EGGS. And pay Highest Market Prices. Our Stock of Seeds are Still Complete. Call and See us. Smurthwaile Grain & Seed Co. I 15 West Center Street. , Notice of levy of As p sessment. ' The West-Cache Irrigation com- ipany, place of buslness,Trcnton,rtah. Notice is hereby given that at a J meeting of the Hoardof Directors held i . on the Oth day of .June, 1004, an assess- 1 ment of r0 cents per share was levied ' .on the capital stock of the corpora- ! tion, payable on or before the 8th day of July, li0tt to Charle...

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. — 15 June 1904

II i The Logan Republican H $1 . Looaw. Cachk ConwTT. Utah. m Published by MOOltE & TURN E R H h ' (Lessees.) B 1) Oillclal Republican Organ of Cnclic B , County, Utah. B Of, by and for the Republican party HB ' ' llrst, last and alwajs. HB Issued Twlcc-a-weck, Wrilncwlay and K . Saturday. Hiiti-rcd October 21. 1MB. atLoean HB J Utah, as second -class mailer, undir Act of HB Concri'ssof MarrliH. IfSTfl. H k Subscription, Payable in Advance I Ono Year .U M i fix Month .. .1 .5 BJ Three Months.. . 71 ; ' Tlic I'arls Post is to be congiatulat ' cdon Its Improved appearance, I nel HI dent to an enlargement. The l'ost is H i really an excellent paper, superior In M I every respect to many papers publish es ' cd In larger towns. The people of Hear B ( Lake should give It their hearty sup- port. H An editor in Texas hits the light B t spot when he says: "The sorriest fcl- BJ low on earth Isthconc whosltsaiound BJ and cusses his own town. If I lled BM i astride of Die north pole, 1 woul...

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. — 15 June 1904

Hoissecleaning Use borax or ammonia In cleaning woodwork and windows, and you ) A lighten ttic labor and get better ? results. 1'rotcct furs and woolens from moths by the llbcr.il use of camphor gum or motli balls. The expense is si I git J, and saving may be great. Marred furniture polish, and there are dozens of places where paint, stain, enamel or varnish will beautify. Wc have paints, var nishes, etc., in little cans all icady for the bnish, and wc sell them at bottom prices. RITER BROS,' DRUG CO, Logan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- poller, Idaho. . Generalities, " w SHOES SHINED FOR f.C AT "CITY SHOE STORE." tf Kalsomlning and white-washing Albert J. Rarrett, N. 5th West. Lost An ice wool shawl. Finder please leave It at this olllce. Lost A ladles steel chain belt with I black ribbon running through it. Finder please leave it at Tub Repuii lic'AN olllce. Lost On Center street, a good, new lap-robe. Lost Tuesday night. Please return to this oftlec and be rewarded. Miss Nona ...

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. — 15 June 1904

BJFt ts. H if B v. s. .( ilSNICIC, President. A LLAN M. FLEMING, Cashier ! R JAMKSQUAYLE;vicolrc8. II, E. CROCKETT, Asst. " I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, !H LOGAN, UTAH. I ' Under United States Government Supervision. ' CAPITAL AND PROMTS $70,000. H j Courteous Attention to All. S Interest Paid on Time Deposits. BJ rorelgn Drafts Issued Prompt. Conservative, Sale. H i HOAHD OF DIHECTOHS: W. S. McCoitNICK, JAMKSQl'AYI.K, JoSKfllF. SMITH '1 JOIINII. ANIJICIWON, TllM. SMAltT, SoilKN IlANSKN, ; 1 U. C. Goodwin, C. W. Niiu.kv, Allan M. Flkminq BB ' - I Give Your Boy I A KODAK Cardon Jewelry Co., LOGAN, UTAH i Odeirs Studio Hi i'"u I Photo's m BV,' Succev.orlo B I THOMAS & ODELL. HHi'i, I C. H. Baker H; Practical H j ; Shoe Dealer, i , Has just received a consignment of K FOOTWKAH. They arc positively H! ' tlie best goods ever (dieted for the Bt-' money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed J Fine l!ox Calf Shoes, $2.r,o per pair, mid other shoes in proportion. Hl Logan Shoe Factory j 13 W. Center ...

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. — 15 June 1904

I ,- FRIENPSHIP. H & ruby drop of manly blood H The surging sea outweighs; HK The world uncertain cornea aud goes, MM The lover rooted stays H I fancied lie was fled H And, after many a year. a V Glowed unexhausted kindliness, B Like daily sunshine there. m Mv careful heart was free ngaln, H 0 friend, my bosom said, fl Through thee alone thu sky Is arched, H Through t lice the rose is red, Um 'All things through thee take nobler form, M And look bejoml the earth; H The miU-iomiii of our fate appears -- B A sun path in thy worth, MM Me, too, th' nobleness has taught fl To master my despair. M The fountains of my hidden life fl Arc through tliy friendship fait. M lialph Waldo Kmerson. 6 I WE VANITY I OF MAN. m -fo- o 9 9 JHOtS "I'STEIIDAY morning I I j( . )i found In the top drawer of I O Y m-v flilffoiittT a clipping I ( f from Mu daily paper on- TtfO?" nounclng n "sale" of I ladles' spring lints. I "I really don't need tills, dear," I re- B marked, handing It to Tolly, without H...

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. — 15 June 1904

H ' m I The Only Double-Track Railway between H 9 the Mlisourl River and Chicago. I Overland I Limited H I The Most Luxurious Train In (he World I BB I Compartment and drawing -room I BH I sleeping cars, observation cars, din- I BB log cars, buffet-smoking and library I BH cars, with barber, bath and Hook- E . lovers Library; entire train electric I H ' I lighted, through to Chicago without I B I I charge. Direct connection lor I H ,; I St. Paul and Minneapolis I g m Tlcktts, rer.itlnnt, anJ full In- B 8j fnrnuilon cm be obUineJ from M C. A. Wilker. General Agent. i I Chicago & North-Western Ry. I B I ZOA South Main Street, I BH ; Bnwmo Salt Uke City, Utah. r? """"e"--r From $400 to $10, 000 ' ' H ' Wo haxo. l'di it anil tilt Imiiii s on BB ,' mil' INI litiin iihl li iii Hil'i. 11 let'-. BBJ I.1, st i-kI tcnns in suit all and N'ii' of BBj i' jnopcity. $10,00(1 homo money to BBJ . loan on good city and fai in piopor- IBBl '.' ty. o delay, no ted tape. Wo ' collect bad debts, note...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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