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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 July 1904

A cgld bottle of beer 6s particularly refreshing lurlnB the licated spell, after a hard day's work, at the office, store or shop. Just drop Id on your way home and get three bottles just of! the Ice. Neatly wrapped and all for fifty cents, at R1TER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- poller, Idaho. I Generalities. SHOES SHIKED FOR to. AT "CITY SHOE STORE." tf A prolonged drouth Is prevailing in Canada, and some of the crops aic al most beyond saving. G. Oesscl, the brick maker of Cache -hftty, will sell brick by the wagon TOrload, The choicest kind. Prof. J. AV. Jensen, of the A. C, and Oeorge Torgcson returned Tues day night from a pleasant trip to Salt Lake. A good second hand 3 wagon and a team harness for sale cheap. Enquire at this otilcc. 71t:i Mr. George Dunbar, a member of the firm of Dunbar, Robinson & Co. of Logan, Utah, was in Malad Tuesday. Enterprise. For Rent 5 loom brick cottage Apply to II. P. Ncllsen, phone 113k. Albert Curtis, son of 15. M. ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 July 1904

B w (i-ff- i1 ---ifcAiim-!iIwi--ISSISII ' ---bbhhhhhhhhhhb I jl I HI WE ARE THE PEOPLEI HJ I Wo of tliu United States aro Amorl- HJ S cans We nre tho people. Hut aro HJ j not tho Canadians and Muxlcnns also HJ j Americans? Aro tliey not also tho HJ j people? HJ ttiroponns havo long said "Yes." HJ Wo of tho United States liavo long j said "No." HJ Now comes Archibald It. Colqu- HJ houn In hi? "Greater America" to for HJ i I tlfy us In our answer. He writes of HJ , tlio United States of America and Its HJ f dependencies alone, nud ho spenks of I thorn as "America" without quallllca- tlon. "Thoro Is no other country," ho says, "which could ho spoken of as America." And that Is truo. Thoro nro Mexi cans, Canadians, Brazilians, Chilians, otc, hut theso nro Americans only In tho geographical souse. In tho politi cal and nntlonnl senso only tho peo plo of tho United States aro Ameri cans. Tho nnmo Is ours, nnd ours nlono by right of prior uso nnd oxamplo to tho rest of tho Western world. B...

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 July 1904

- ' ' ' - avl I IN THE FAR NORTH. 1 $res Find Sustenance Under' Many a Feet of Snow. A recent book on Uio Klondike coun ,p trr says: "In November, 1898, honiea wjff wero left to dlo on Uio trails and In fT Dawson. Thcro was neither work nor ' food for tliom. Horses wero offered to mo for their keep, but I refused. Those same horses wandered up In tho hills, where tho snow was five loet deep. They brushed tho snow way with feet and' nose, finding lus cious whortleberries, blackberries and raspberries In great quantities. The lowest authentic record at tho bar racks was 67 degrees bolow zero. Yet In tho spring tho horses wcro re claimed by their owners and looked Infinitely bettor than when turned out to dlo at tho beginning of tho winter. This was a lesson as woll as a rovela tlou. During tho summer of 1899 horses were Imported Into tho Klon llko In numbers and 1,200 of them passed tho next winter In transport tug men and supplies from Dawson to the mines. Tho dogs wcro almost en tir...

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

1 ..JZIZ I Farmers' Headquarters! H '' Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company H O tT It N K W AND O L I) I i! Bttggies I ' less than cost H ( j NOW to make room for our MILWAl'KEK MOWERS AIfI H RAKKS. The best, lightest running, and cheapest In the niatkct. H I v Also Hinders, Itcapeis and Headers that arc Acknowledged Leaders. B j Our large stock of DISC PLOWS are nearly gone. Call and get H 1 the last and best. Examine The Climax I'ush Itakc utli Dutch H ' ' Jumper and our PEERING II EADER before jou buy. H We will tieatjou right and let jou share In the 1'iotlts. Hi 3 1-4 Wagons, $80.00 complete. I B j I A huge stock of our MACHINE EXTRAS will alw a) s be kept on I H j 1 hand IX LOGAN. Gallon us or our agents for what jou want. I HI i Ca:hc V ' plement & Produce Co. f , . B I ULMLMHKi: We sell all out papers, H with the exception ol Ingialns, at the H Hat price -holders go at the same H prlco as the walls and ceilings. See to 1 J t, that ou do not pay moie. Wo have H an I...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 July 1904

r iLogan, Utah, July 13, 1904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volume II Number 72 jH THERE WAS A HOT TIME At the last Council meeting Sharp Discussions over salaries. The council assembled In regular tscsslon. After the usual piellmlnaries tho floor was granted to the lsitlng gentlemen. Ilev. K. Clcmcnsoii asked the -council to build a cement crossing jJL -on tho south side of Center and 2nd jJHp West. Referred to committee on ($K' streets. W. W. Maughan repiesented that tho stealing of tloweis aud shrubs still continues at the cemetery. It was decided to use extra efforts In captur ing the guilty parties. Liquor Licenses were issued to Rlt er Bros, and Co-op "Drug store for wholesale, and .1. R. Kd words as re call dealers. Jens Johanson and others presented .a protest against the opening of a street In the Seventh vvardasprcvl ously petitioned for by Fred Marshall and others. Referred to the commit tco on streets. A petition of 11. F. Riter and others was referred to the committee on streets. The m...

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

I it I jl The Queen of Queens. h H i Jjj Ktates rise and fall; the, sccptcrcd kind B i a Arrayed In royal robes to-day 3 Hj I uu Must pass with other earthly things, ijj H I ii Their fama shall fade, their thrones de- Bj I t)u But onn proud queen will always reign UU Bj si And claim alleclnnco cvcr)-whero; Hj fin Her realm Is all of man's domain, v Bj I uu Her throne, tho peaceful rocking chair. yu H ii i V$ Jf3 Her prince's head lies on her brenst, "yO W Bj 1 Vj g Her crown Is Joy, her scepter Jovo; Jr V4 Bj ' j O Slin rctgns by right divine, expressed p Bj ! I W Directly to her from above, ?fy Bj u I j Though kings must pasti, though nations 3 B ' Jwl wane. r HJ J A Tho K'ad young mother, proud and fair, "m BJ '' VlJ While men arc men shnll sweetly reign, Tj J S -. 5 Untluoned upon tho rocking chair. fj If 22 8 E' Klscr" E I 1 Ij &CBl&C&C&CBl& H 1 Copyright, 1901, by Dally Story rubllshtng Company. Hi "Dear Tom: I might begin my let- flj tor just as that other ...

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

I ZH ZT I Hr P c I IpX ' H FIc Cuke. Two cnps of sugar, one cup of but Hj ter, one cup of cold -water, one ten- Spoonful of soda, three cups of raisins U ehopped tine, four eggs, one pound of PR8, cinnamon and nutmeg to flavor. Beat together sugar nnd butter, add the eggs, which should havo been bentcn together; dissolve the soda In Iho cup of water. Use enough sifted flour to make It stiff as pound cake. Cut tho figs In halves nnd press well In tho dough to prevent burning. Bake In layers, frosting each layer while H iwarm. This recipe mnkes two cakes. H Swl OrMill Cnkn. ' One pint of milk; four eggs; two tablespoonfnls of powdered sugar; two tnblespoonfuls of melted butter; one teaspoonful of baking powder nnd Hour enough to make n reasonably t thin batter. Beat tho eggs, white nnd -fluk frolks separately; stir Into tho yolkH Iho butter, sugar nud ono cupful of iflour In which the baking powder has been mixed. Then add tho milk and tho whites of the eggs, with more flour, if neces...

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

H I The Logan Republican B J I-ooan, Cachk Coc.ntt, Utah. H j Published by MOOIIE & TURNER ; j (Lessees.) H J Oillclal Republican Organ of Caclic H j County, Utah. H I j Of, by and for tlie Republican party IS ' llrst, last and always. j 1muc1 Twlce--wcck. Wedm-Mli? nd j Ptturdar. Entered October 21. 1IKC. iltoean ' Utb, m second -cl tii matter, under Act of B ' Congress of March 3. 1670. I Subscription, Payable In Advance H One Year U W BB Fix Montis 1 .25 BB Three Month '' BB - H t When Mr. Daniel stated that he Is H ' , "convinced that the country Is on the H j , verge of a calamity," evidently he H i meant to say he Is convinced the B I Democrats will win. BBjB mmammmmmm (Interesting to Utahns Is the poly gamy" plank. "Wc pledge the na- tlonal Democratic party to the cnact- B ment of such legislation as may be B necessary to punish and suppress poly- B gamy and unlawful cohabitation with- H in the United States and all territory B I ' subject to its Jurlsolctlon. Wc dc- H 1 ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 July 1904

I A cold bottle of beer HMs particularly refreshing durlnir the heated spell, after a liaid day's work, at the otllcc, storo or shop. Just drop In on your way home and get three bottles Just off the Ice. Neatly wrapped and all for Jllty cents, at RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- poller, Idaho. Generalities. I The Central Mills is undergoing rc- H pairs. I Oats wanted at Thatcher's livery fl stable. 72tf Pros. I). O. McKay of the Weber Hufkc Academy visited Die Dcscict Bommcr School Monday. S G. Gcsscl, the brick maker of Cache fl county, will sell brick by the wagon fl or car load, The choicest kind. Carrie McAllister daughter of John fl McAllister of this city, returned home H last night after one month's visit to fl Rexburg,whcie she was the guest of fl her cousin, Jessie McAllister. fl A good second hand 3 wagon and a team harness for sale cheap. Enquire at this otllcc. "lt:S The petition presented to the City Council for a pavement on South First Wes...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 July 1904

Pi " I j ZJ, REPUBLICAN. ! j LOOAN, - UTAH, . 8 ii ' BB m 1 Tho drat Georgia poaches liavo nr- fll , Ii I vlvod. Get out your Jamaica ginger fl ft ' thjuIc. , B Henry Irving sayH tio will rctlro In flB ,,( J000, but .too Jefferson lit making no BB t ' rash promises. BB As n preliminary to going broke the Bb Kcntlcmnn who lms spurting blood BB. I buys an automobile. B " ' I College nlhlotlcs nro deadly. This HH 1. 1 is proved by the (net that most men BB i who play croquet nre old. i flfl ; Nobody, so far, has Indorsed Uncle B , ' Iluscll Sago's Ideas about vacations. B 1 Hut Satan Is still to be henrd from. -i "' fl ,t "To bo successful, n man must have B I i hluo eyes," says Arthur Hrlsbnno. H j ' I Successful women nil havo gray eyes. H I' Iloston physicians aro using tho pi- H I alio ns an Instrument to euro norvo H 1 diseases. This must bo "n painful op- B oration." H I Tho standard of tho graduation es- BHJ f says so far this season Is qulto as H r4 IiIrIi as usual. 1. S. This ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 July 1904

r '! t f bailr B This Is tho Btory of n city mado by B 'decree Dalny, the remarkable sea- B iport of Russia In Manchuria, which In B (barely twonty-four months roso from 'nothing to a substantial city of more 'than forty-ono thousand Inhabitants B and to-day probably exceeds fifty thou B sand. Tho decreo camo from tho Imperial government nt St. 'Petersburg, which, fl acting through tho Chinese Eastern Railway Company, spared neither ox B penso nor labor in the development of this vast project. Tho city of Dalny Is picturesquely IB situated In nn oxtenslvo valley which slopes gontly down to tho deep and B well protected bay of Tallenwan, and fl Is surrounded on threo sides by a rango of hills rising to a height of 800 feet. It Is divided Into three parts fl tho Administration city, tho European and Commercial city, and tho Chi- 9 One of the Main Streets. m ncse city. Almost all Is tho result Hj -of vork undertaken slnco Jan. 1, 1901. fl The Administration city borders on S tho harbor...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 July 1904

I !; 1 Farmers' HeadquaTtersT I ' Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company I lr Headers and Binders I Si lil ' ? The DHKRINGand M1MVAUKKK are the RKST and CIIKAP- H ! EST. You cannot nIToid to buy before jou examine these machines and hear our pi ices. We carry KVKRYTIIINO the FARMERS H I : Schtfttler and I !' I ! Milburn Wagons The REST and CHEAPEST. Call on us or ouragents. We H 1 ' Divide The Prollts With YOlT , . I 1 1, I '"' Hi; I Cache VaLey implement & Produce Co. I Where I . Worth Counts i t! v ir 8 It counts In drills more than B In any otner commodity you H ; ouy. Upon tho purity and po- m ' t tency of drugs depends health 1 i often life. It is important that M i ' you patronise u store where 1 J quality Is assured. M ! For a Ion),' time wchavepto- B J mlscd high grade goods, carcrul i i and skillful service and right B ; i prices, and because vc have kept B j all promises our business has , ; ' grown and will continue to grow. B ' I You can depend on this stole B ';...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 July 1904

"'BB BH L 1 fye jftflmt fjipttbliam- w I I Logan, Utah, SATURAY, July J 6, 1 904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volume II Number 73 I I BRYAN HAS I KICK COMING. I Senator Elkins also I has a talk. "," I As a sequel to tlio St. Louis convcn- tion and Its electrifying episodes, I iconics Hry au's statements to the cITcct I that lie can support Parker on four I -counts, but on a ast deal more Im I portant counts he must neccssnilly I take Issue. Ills four "stand pat" pol I tides are: First, because tbe Demo H cratlc party stands for opposition to K imperialism; secondly, because B Roosevelt Is Injecting the iacc issue Into American politics; thirdly, bc UhL cause Roosevelt unlike, the Demo B7 crats, stands for the spli it of war and B strenuousiicss; fourthly, the Demo I cratlc platform stands for the reduc- tlon of the standing army. Bj Hut oer against these aic the facts B ithat Wall stiect Is at Paikei's back; B that the nominee will not faor a pro- B gre&slvc tarilT position; that the labor B q...

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 July 1904

--- L G3ff REPUBLICAN. II tOQAN, ... UTAH, ! i i j , UTAH STATE NEWS. H B A 14-year-old son of James Ballard H ( , of Tuckor was accidentally killod by a BBB powder explosion. BH Tho new knitting factory at Lohl la BH I j cow in full operation and turning out HBj ; goods for tho trade. H I Utah baa been allotcd $5,984 by tho B ) .1 r government for arms and equipment H ' ' , for tho Btato militia. B For tbo first half of tho rear 1004 BJH tho fees of tho secretary of slate's H , t ofllco amounted to $27,200.00. BH Ephrnlm Is putting on metropolitan B airs, tho city council having installed BH a latest Improved street sprinkler. BH i Frank C. Jcnno suicided at Ogdcn, BH I taking carbolic ncld. Ho loft no word that would cast any light upon tho BJH y i causo for tho act HBJ On July 17 and 18, at Mantl, will bo HBJ A hold tho Scandinavian conforonco of I tho Mormon church, which promlsoa BJH ' to bo largely attendod. j KIcth Barnes of Kaysvlllo, whoso BJH ' oyo was Injured 'by a firecr...

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 July 1904

Commercial Electric Comp'y . . CONTRACTING WW ELECTRICIANS Illlcctrical Supplies,' Electric Irons, Fans, Signs, Etc. House Wiring to conform to Insurance Underwriters Utiles. F. E. Plowman, Mgr. Phono 180k " 131N Main John Thomas Mkuchant Tailoii Tho leading tailor of the County. Call and be convinced. A. Swinyard Is now located In rishct's lumber yard one block south of Thatcher Hank. All I Jdnds of I BIACKSMITHING Done. OIe liltn a call I W. W. MALGIIAN. ATTORNEY-AT -LAW, B , M Oilice .ii' Jounty Court House; (yt. Southeast room up-stalrs. Telephone WtO? 18y. Logan, Utah. I JAMES G. WALTERS, H Attorney-at-law Otllce over The First National Hank, LOGAN, UTAH. I Joseph Tarbet, H The Plumber, at the Con. I old stand. I PLUMBIN6 WORK B Done on short notice, with satlsfac- H tlon guaianteed. I Sam Glaser, H Dealer In Fine Liquors and Cigars. Sj Cottle and Jug trade a specialty . Our Lewis 1800 Whiskey. Try It. 1 WINDSOR HOTEL, H SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Centrally located. South of Kcnyon ...

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 July 1904

. , B 1 1 THE LOGAN ItEPUKLICAN SATURDAY, JULY 10, 100J. 1 1 The Logan Republican B I ' I.OOAN, Gaciik Codntt, Utah. H . H i Published by M MOO HE &, TURNER B ',,, (Lessees.) B ! Onicl.il Rcpubllciin Organ or Cnclie H Count), Utah. H In I H I i Or, by and for the Republican party H J ' Hist, last and always. B I ( i Issued Twlcc-a-wcck, WcdM'sda." and B , j Saturday. Entered October SI, 11CJ. t l.oen J 1 1 j Utali, m econd-clas matter, under Act of J I ConirressofMarcli3. 187i. H ) Subscription, Payable in Advance H One Year ... .13 M j Fix Month ... I .3 J Three Montlii .75 H Protection and Prosperity. H ' ,, Extracts from a speech delivered by H I , Kdwaid L. Hamilton, Hcpuhllcan, H I ! or MIchlKan, In the House of Kcprc- H . scntatlvcs Thursday, April II, 1001: H ) j ' The history or protection Is a his- H I ' tory or prosperity. The history of 1 ' free trade or approximate free trade Q I Is a history of depression. B The llrst larltT act was reported to H ' the llrst Congi e...

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. — 16 July 1904

H THE LOGAN REPURL1CAN, SATURDA Y JULY 10, 11)04. H I A cold bottle of beer H I Is particularly refreshing HJ4urlng the heated spell, B1 after a hard day's work, H at the otllcc, store or shop. H Just drop In on jour way H home and get three bottles H Just olT the Ice. H Neatly wrapped and all H for fifty cents, at I RITER BROS,' DRUG GO, H Looan, Utah j Franklin, Preston and Mont- H pclicr, Idaho. I Generalities. H The Central Mills is undergoing io H pairs. Hj Ed Anderson left Tliursday for Europe where he will take up mission B ary work. H Oats wanted at Thatcher's licry stable. 72tf HflNI' ' l'ortcr has a now express Hi,, Wagon. He has his stand on Main Hj street. H To Rent New four-room Cottage Hj in First ward. Apply Joel nicks. H Pres. I). O. McKay of the Weber H Stake Academy visited the Dcscrct H Summer School Monday. H City Recorder Hattle Smith has H been sick at her home with a sore H throat. H G. Gcsscl, the brick maker of Cache H county, will sell brick by the wagon H ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 July 1904

LITTLE RESPECT FOR DEAD. South American Countrlei Have Prim Itlve Burial Cu-toma. Havana's cemetery Is typical of the burying jilnccu of all Spanlsh-Amerl- V can countries. It consists of a wall PH I -eight to ten feet thick, honeycombed JJH with niches for tho reception of cof B ' ' fliis, and surrounding a plot of land IH 1 ' l which Is never used for burial pur- i poses and Is usually In a neglected 'Condition. Tho cemetery Is run by tiro municipal authorities und the niches H C " J nrn rented. Tho payment required PpH ' upon tho scaling of one or these holes JJH j In tho wall Insures an undisturbed PH I Testing placo for Its contents for three PB 1 1 -or flvo years from that time, accord- Ing lo the particular custom of the lo- 1 callty. Then an annual rental must It bo paid for a period of twenty-flvo I , onrs, at tho end of which tlmo tho i J tenant gets a title In perpetuity. Hut ' 1 how few over find a last resting placo l In ono of these niches Is shown by tho fact that, de...

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. — 16 July 1904

I MWSSUMMEY. ' B Qonornl Ttcyes has beon declared -ilocteJ president of Colombia. In the recent 'night attack at Hoyan B ( (ho Japanoso lost 200 'killed and COO Hjg 'wounded. igrl A dispatch from Llao Yang say.n Oku's array Is retiring, evidently in- tending to concentrate- on Port Ar thur. A dispatch from Tlflls says there ro 300 deaths dally In Teheran from cholera, and that the dlscoao la preadlng. Flood conditions 'In Kansas, 'Oft the Kaw watershed, are still Borlous, and imany pcoplo will bo ruined as a result of tho high water. It is announced that Mrs. Florcnco May It rick will bo granted a tlckot-of-lcavo beforo August 1, and that she will como to America. Tho government Is establishing with all basto a medical and military cordon In trans-Caucasia against the 'Importation of cholera from Porslo. Tho Fourth of July was celobrated from Tanama to Colon, but princi pally at Culobra and othor points on tho lino, whoro tho marines had a great time. Dr, Silas C. Swallow, tho Prohi...

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. — 16 July 1904

Bll 81 Bl Bj I HI" THE LOGAN REUPHLICAN, SATURDAY JULY 10, 1004. I I I Farmer's Headquarters! I Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company i Headers and Binders I I ! The PEEKING anl MILWAUKEE arethe REST uimICII KA I- ' EST. Yon eatinot nlloul to bii) bcfoiejou examine these machine-. I '' andhearourpik.es. We i-:ur EVERYTHING the FARMERS I ii i need. I I Schuttlet and I I !l 11 Milhutn Wagons The BEST niul CHEAPEST Call on us or our agents Wc Divide The Piolits With YOl' .. . . . Cache V r.licy . implement & Produce Co. r U g-.-y-s-rrerrnT. HEMBM M Ujgjji What McKinlcy Thought. The Tariff busters have Juggled with President MoKlnlcy's Ilullnlo speech in a puerile effort to piovuthat he favored reciprocity, even in coin pctlliNc products, which he never did. Of Republican reciprocity the lament ed President said: "Our endcaor should always be the opening up of new markets for the products of our counliy by granting concessions to the ptoducts of other lands that wc need and can...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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