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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 27 July 1904

I THE LOGAN RETURL1CAN, WEDNESDAY JULY 2.1, 1JMM I iflourjiusB Needs Painting I our paint will bo cheaper for ApWu now than it will be W next year. This Is not I because the price Is going I to advance, but because It will take more paint. Tlie wood will later become I more absorbent and It will I require more oil to ill! the I pores. 1 Tainting Is really an economy It Is the greater economy if ou buy the paint of us-OUK QUEEN BEE HEADY MIXED PAINT. One gallon covers 200 squat c fcct-tw o coats. R1TER BROS.' DRUG CO, Logan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- poller, Idaho. Tfr Generalities, I Goon Limk for sale at the Sugar I Facto iv. I Alargcciowd came up from the South on Saturday night's excursion. G. Gcssel, the brick maker of Cache county, will sell brick by the wagon or car load, The choicest kind. Miss Hay Campbell is a Logan visl tor from Salt Lake. New and up-to-date lubber the buggies for sale cheap at Jacob F. Schvvclicr. 7.it2 Mrs. John S. Scars of Salt Lake is visiting w...

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. — 27 July 1904

H A A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE. M '. Few Preliminaries to What Turned B ' u Out a Happy Match. B J An English book of roralnlsccncos i jjj tells of two country squires namod I w Icamnn of IvybrldRo "two thin, dell- ' If -cato-looklng old men, twin brothers, 72 j , ffl years old, with whlto hair, very gentle B s and courteous In mnnncr. red cnt.iway B coats, white cords, black boots, caps M ft ans gloves." When past (10 years ot Bj 9 ago one night after hunting one of B than Bald to the other: "I have been BB IB thinning neither of us can have much BB ' longer to llvo In ihls world and It will BB 1 bo n tcrrlblo thing for the survivor to BB havo to remain hero alone. Don't jou BB I think o'no of us ought to marr?" BB jg -"Yes," was the reply "I lnvu thought BB I m no for n long time." "Wei', do you BB W know of any lnily?" "Yes, 1 do. U BB 1 1 there any ono you fancy?" On com- BB II paring notes It appealed they had II" both selected the Bainu woman, the manager of a hotel at Okehampt...

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. — 27 July 1904

SKETCH OF TJAN1EL BOONS. B -Hli Physique Combined Strength and r f- Activity. B 4 In his "booli, "Tho "Way to thj I At '"Went," "Emerson Hough Rives HXf teketches of threo famous pioneers. HPY Of Danlol Lloono ho says: "Boone V i -was neither a tall nor a thin man. H Ho was not angular uor bony. Ills framo was covered not with cloying j fat, but with firm and caRlly playing muscles, and ho carried none of tho useless tissue of the man of clvlliza Itlon. His weight was 'about 176 pounds.' Audubon, who met him late In his life, rays: 'He approached the 'gigantic In stature. His chest was broad and prominent and his muscu liar powers were visible in every limb. ;Hls countenance gavo Indication ot his great courage, enterprise and per severance.' Yet In person Booyne did not quite reach tho six-foot mark, 'but was Just below flvo feet and ten Inches In stature, some say flvo feet elfiht Inches, being therefore of ex actly that build which good Judges of men esteem to be most doslrablo 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. — 27 July 1904

HrTM TIIK LOGAN ItEUJ'BLICAN, WEDNESDAY JULY 27, 1001. J I j; Fapr? Headquarters! I I Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company I Headers and Binders M 'I The OLRIMNGnnd AULWAI KKi: arotho BLST.indi IIBA!'- H 1 KST You cannot allord to bin hofoit ou examine II ese m nlunes 1 B I nnd Iimi mi prices Wo i.irrv R KUY niiV; iho FAUMKIJS H 1 Schttttle and I I a I i ; Milb&m Wagoos H v 9 H ' The HKil"! iii.I iMI.AI'KVl' i i s i ni i .. . " H H ' I Divide The I'n.l't, With Vr 1 llf I 1 ' I H i '' C.i:' V.ii.y Implement & Produce Co. 1 B i - 11b ", , ' !l ' Wreldnyt tliat jaf yot j H j "Wo 1 1 I'll In" gil lu ii". I niil ' i'M. i- .i i h 1 1 ni oil I j J' H pdlkOl M.l)Ori"' I) 'l lU'l'll Ills llll"l liM.llllilg .III I IIIIMII llllil '. 8 I ' I ' ' - '' ' 'I hi" III gO Myllt ll lU lilt illOillll 111 I Llll 3 I P I'M 'vi .1 I ,iiui xc ,i few tjo.ild-. ,111 I pill i lioni t.liii ii I iii i ii;i I I U i i. , ii i 1 1 ii .1 li' o i miii i i ill icii Iui'I'jIi' r I i iiklil I noli' ri. up...

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

VI -H hi I I L aaTt ffilji icuyin flepiMitmi. iwi I I TWICE-A-WEEK Logan, Utah, SATURDAY, July 30, 1904. Volume II Number 77 I I FRANKLIN; I HYDE PARK Both Towns celebrate July 24th. Hyde Park. The celebration .Inly 21th was a humiUL'i. Special fealuieswcic Intio dueed which, with nil the old-time games mid amusements, gave the day Uio name of being the best celebration eer held In HydePaik The town was aroused fiom its slumber by the lo.ir of the musket and, though they A weie not heaid In New York 01 Lou iWF don, a few good people were awakened r In Logan fiom the great sleep of .Inly 1 4th, and came over to celebiate with us. The paiade committee deceive great credit as this gacthc spirit to the day. Eveiythlng was neatly and .artistically managed, The lloats weie all tine. The Indian and Pioneer sections were extremely good as tlicii make-up was almost exact. The clowns drew great swarms of children after them piesentlng a spectacle equal to Itliigling's funny men. The baud gave...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 July 1904

hbb! ' HBB : A : s . , M j X5ho REPUBLICAN. H ' LOOAN, UTAH. !H I UTAH STATE NEWS. h s Tlioro wcro 2,000 visitors from out- B V sido points nt Muntl during tlio Scan j dlnavlau reunion j Tlio stono work on tlio federal build 3 Ing being constructed In Salt Lako hbjjj i '; i' CHy Is noarlng completion. Sprlngvillo is to Imvo a now bust- !' ncss block, which Is to bo used for lodgo rooms and business purposes. (i Tlio Eiks of Salt Lako City havo do- H elded to onlertnln tliu orphans of tho H city on l'urplo day, August 1-1, at La- H goon. HHI A representatlvo of tho Salt Lako H '' City Saivalion Army has been In Lchl H . r eollcltlng llnnnclal aid and Is obtain H tng good responses. H W Tho Infant daughter of Mrs. Wlllard B P. Funk of Salt Lako City was so H . badly scaldcil that tho llttlo ono died B i tho following morning. M , Itoss Wells, of Snlt Lake City, wbllo BBS .1 riding homeward on his bicycle, was H ' run over and trampled on by a run H ' away team, sustaining painful in- ...

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

I LOG ANThw. Ang.it I RUNG BROS. Tho Most Lavish, Corgoous, Cllt torlng, Imposing and Bonutiful FREE STREET PARADE Ever Soon In tho Stroots of Any City In tho World. An absolutely New Ami orlsln.il procosMonnl amazement, pro si'iitlnc in Imposing Kratideur ami illiinllleil rlchnoiS of nnrilrnbes, costumes ami ciil ment. In SO superli, completn nml clalmraio nectlnns A llrflll.nit Color beliemo of Mov Ine Marvels A l'anoramle I'lcturo of tlin Nations, Soldiery, Courts, Cotume, Customs, Vehicles, Kniperom, KIiies, Oiit-eix, Nobles .Music, War Bnd I'earo l.lfo of tho VvorM In Huro Tableau l'loats. (Irand Display llarEes, Monster Chariots o( Conquest and Mouuteil llatilllons. M 1'rosentliiE with oliaracterlstlc fidelity of i w costume and accoutrements the Civilized Na lAtwU tlons and Uarbarlc Tribes of the Kartb, to Hi pettier with the national music and thn swell- iT Inc tones of an onormous 68-hton l'lne Organ, 1 ' lbs lamest portable orcan over built. An urtlstfo and ornate Circus l...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 July 1904

iVBYflYiBBn' ' ''''''''''''"'''BvJbbbpb 91 THE LOOAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, JULY 30,1004. B ! The Logan Republican BBS I; t Loo an. Cachk County, Utah. ifll '. - ' B fi Published by B MOO UK & TURK EH BB Hi (Lessees.) IOfllcial Republican Organ of Cache , County, Utah. 1 Of, by and for the Republican party J II rst, last and always. BBj f Issued Twlco--weck. Wcdnesdir and BB I Saturday. Entered Octotwr 21, lSKE, t l.ocan BB j Utah, as second-clss matter, under Act of BBS j Concressof March 3, 16711. H , Subscription, Payable in Advance H i' One Year 12 50 B Ml Six Months ....1.25 BB I Thrco Months 75 bV m 'I Roosevelt's Notification. BB i BB ' 'With a teiscncss characteristic of BBB j Speaker Cannon, that gentleman, as BBB & Chairman of the Notification Commit- H fj tec, delivered a ringing addiess in BBB j1, which Picsldcnt Roosevelt was oillci- H 9 ally notlllcd of his re-nomination. H r The silence of the Dcmociats on gicat BBB Issues, their tinhaiinonlous actions BBB , whi...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 July 1904

THE LOGAN' REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY JULY 30, 1101. WM If Your House Needs Painting Our paint will be cheaper for you now than It will be next year. This Is not j TWcausc the price Is going to advance, but because It will take moic paint. The wood will later become more absorbent and It will require moi coll to XI 1 1 the pores. Painting Is really an economy It Is the greater economy If j ou buy the paint of us-OUH QUEEN HEE READY MIXED PAINT. One gallon covers 250 squaic feet two coats. RITER BROS,' DRUG GO, Lou an, Utah j Franklin, Preston and Mont- I pcllcr, Idaho. Generalities, - JG0M Limk for sale at the Sugar Factory. Pres. Charles O.Card was out riding on Wednesday. G. Gcssol, the biick maker of Cache county, will sell brick by the wagon or car load, The choicest kind. Mrs. V. H. Parkinson Jr. gave birth to a line ten-pound daughter Tuesday night. New and up-to-date rubber tire buggies for sale cheap at Jacob F. Schwelcr. 75t2 0. A. Hogan, J. W. Leavlttand A. I). Smith were down f...

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. — 30 July 1904

H JB MMMIMMnWMMMMiMMNMiHMMMW H if Chasing ShAdom. B ' Toe world In coming more nnd mora B ;v! ro tlio conclusion that tlio nind pursuit H'l riches, which It had regarded ns tlio Hf-i securing of substance, Is after all but H . I Uic chiislug of slindowH. Wry many H.' rich men lmvo recently borne testimony H to the fact that money Is not nn end B to be Fought. Even IIuhkcII Sage, tbe 1 last mar. Triio would hare been sun- H , pected of holding Httcli views, has ex- H ' pressed tlio opinion that inaiiy things H are more valuable than dollars. For m nil this, wc havo not obxerved any mud B scramble iiiuong tluj millionaires to m give nwny their wealth. They per- H cclve that tho Idolatry of It Is a very B harmful sort of fvtlcii worship, and H J, yet by their M-tlons ailnilt that they BH jf arc Htlll slaves to their possessions. m k If material things are but symbols, B as the Idealist sehool holds, and money B W In turn Is but the symbol of these BH ij; material things, then ipouey Is...

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. — 30 July 1904

"?- - --- , , , I II 1 ' ""' I Women who work, whether in the house, store, office or factory, very rarely have the ability to stand the strain. The case of ftliss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further . proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E. Pirikham's Vegetable Compound "Deau Mna. Pixkiiam: I Buttered misery for several years. My back ached and I had bearing down pains, and frequent headaches. I would often Iwalco from a restful sleep in such pain and misery that it would bo hours befora I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nlphtH and weary days. I could do no worlc. 1 consulted different physicians hoplne to pet relic, but, flndinff that their medicines did not euro me, I tried tydla lif. IMnkhnm's VcRCtnlilo Compound, as it was highly recomendi-d to mo. I am glad that I did s6, for 1 soon found that it was the medicine for mv case Very soon I was rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I feel spl...

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. — 30 July 1904

K THE LOOAN KKUI'DLIGAN, SATRUDAY JULY 30, 1004. I Farmer's Headquarters! I , Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company I Headers and Binders I The DEKRINO and MILWAl'KEE arc I lie ItlvST .mil CIIKA I'- H EST. Yon cannot nlloid to huj before ou examine tin sc machines I and hear our prices. We carr EVERYTIUNi; il.e FARMERS need. I Schttttler and I Milbttm Wagons The HE.STJIand CHEAPEST Call on us oi cm ag ntn We B Divide The Prollts With YOF I Cache Valley Implement & Produce Co, I Semi-Annua I Clearances ale i H ' Our Enthc Stock of SUMM Kit OOO I )S Must lie Sold I REGARDLESS Of COST I ; MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S Clothing, Shoes, Furnish- I I ings and Hats M H j Men's IllKh Orade Suits In H and :! Pieces, Light p Datk aud Medium Patterns. Tlic (joodi nw H made to SELL fiom Sli.no to H I CPOTS I Your choice for I OnePrice to all. 45 Main Str eet. ; British Women Drumm H' Theru nro 1G5 women B:f travelers now on tliu mail H.I Britain. Hjijj Spanl; All Doya at Once. t Spankitu...

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. — 3 August 1904

: iH TWICE-A-WEEK Logan, Utah, WEDNESDAY, August 3, 1904. Volume II Number 78 PRICES AND WAGES. Republican party Fa vors encouragement But is Not a party of False Sympathy, . I In Ills lcceut speech bcfote the & Roosevelt worklngmcn's clubs, at Wll- "Mr mlngton, Del , Seeretan Shaw said In ' part: "The Republican parti Is not u p.u ty of sj inp.ithv, but of encouiageniont . Instead of posing as a benevolent In stitution It icpiesents policies which .reduce the occasion for alms giv ing to the minimum ltsbotint) Isoppoitu nlty. "The Demociatic part), on the con trary, ncei falls to coiess s)inpalh) for the ov ei burdened, but Its policies, when put In operation, nevei fall to produce conditions which Incites) in ipathy "When the products of laboi find lead sale and labor tinds cones pondingl) read) employment, then our opponents are loudest In theh protestations of s)tnpath) foi the overtaxed and overburdened people. They never congratulate; they always sympathize. The) never rej...

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. — 3 August 1904

riv" B i ' r" " m W30 REPUBLICAN. flflflflflflfl i flflfla LOQAN, ... UTAH, H WhAt a busy shopper tlio Marquis H of Anglesey must lino been! H I "Ho was a follower of the golden H rule," should bo a soul-satisfy lng cpl- H tnph for nny mnn. BBS "Oom I'aul" Is dead. Nobody will H be likely to deny now Hint hu was n H pretty grand old mnn. H ! Somo people rock bonis, somo bo- B I conic Innocent bystnndora and others H j rhlo on excursion trains. SB "Tlio band that rocks tbo cradle" la B j not In It nt this Jocund season with H I tho man who rocks the boat. H I Whon Jnpnn has secured thoso 20,- H i 000 bronchos fiom our western states, B her real boss tllltlcs can begin. BflM Senator Clnrk's children evidently HBb K think a sweet young ninmmn Is much better than being cut off In tho will IBBJ J Thcro nro peoplo who bcllcvo even HBV i now that home of tho Uusslnns tuny " cat their Cbilstmas dlnncis In I'ort jj Arthur. HBb B A Chicago couplo lost $ IliO to a Dos J ton couplo plnlng bridg...

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. — 3 August 1904

) I TO HAVE C TOD PHOTOGRAPH Worth While toStudy Your Face Be. fore You Sit. A Jurlous fact relative to a wom an's personality Is that the two Bides of her face are not In accord one .H with the other. In other words, every "J woman has two faces, and one shows " certain chnracterlntlcs which the oth er does not, and each contradicts the other. The left side is nearly always the prettier, although It would take a very ltecn eye to discern any difference, lint It Is worth while to remember this when posing for one's photo graph. The moral of this Is obvious. The left sldo of the fnce showing to far better advantago than the right, It Is every one's duty to Keep the good sldo turned toward an observer. Often times the prettloU woman takes a bad photograph, while a plain woman with regular features takes a good one So study ourself In a glass bofore joti sit for our photo graph. New York Journal I Am Thinking of My Mother. I nm thinking of in mother, And n Rill n I am n rlillil. An men...

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. — 3 August 1904

H - ' THE LOGAN REPUHL1CAN WEDNESDAY, AUG. :5, 1004. I I Hi The Logan Republican BBpj Logan, Cache Codntt, Utah, H ( Published by HBj I j MOOItE & TUIINER BBV I (Lessees.) BH Official Republican Organ of Cache BBV County, Utah, BBj Of, by and for the Ilcpubllcan party BBV llrst, last and always. Issued Twlce-a-wi'ok, Wi-clKi'Mlay and BBbI Saturday. Kntercd OHobcr 21, IWi at Lonuii Utah, ai M-cond-clati matter, under Act of BBV ConcrcMot MarcliS. 1B79. B Subscription, Payable in Advance il' One Year . ,.U M 8lx Monllit. 1 .25 Three Montln. 75 H I Too Warm for the Examiner. BBV ' lnabuistof virtuous Indignation, BBj , Senator Tillman declared that the BBj dcmociatlc part could alvvajs be re- BbV j lied upon In a critical hour to inakean V ass of itself. BBb i) The late national convention of the !latc dcmociatlc patty out rivalled the ' republican convention asau exhibition of the tilumph of the trust in A moil can politics. The dcmociatlc p.uty Is no inoie. It ended Its career by...

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. — 3 August 1904

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY AUG. 3, 1004. xTM -dl K your House Needs Painting "Our paint will bo cheaper for you now tlian It will be next year. Tills Is not Sfeiisc the price Is going to advance, but because It w take more paint. The wood will later become more absorbent and It will require more oil to 111) the pores. Painting Is really an economy It Is the greater economy If jou buy the paint of us OUH QUEEN 1IEE HEADY MIXED PA INT. One gallon covers 250 squaic feet two coats. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Looan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- puller, Idaho. Generalities, ( Ujy. Hansen genctal painter. 75tf Goon Lisik for sale at the Sugar Factory. John Thcurcr, of Providence, was a Logan Isltor last evening. G. Gesscl, the brick maker of Cache county, will sell brick by the wagon or car load, The choicest kind. John A. Latham, postmaster of Wcllsvllle, was In Logan yesterday. New and up-to-date rubber tire buggies for sale cheap at Jacob F. Schwclzer. 75t2 Charles Edlcfsen will ret...

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. — 3 August 1904

BBBm - ssadmmmmaeM'rssna. - s- bVT rU 1 AUTHORS NOT OF KIN. Hi ' B i 3lr Edwin and Matthew Arnold Had BB J Little In Common. B? John Dcnlson Champlln tails an H amusing story of Matthew Arnold and H tho Into Sir 1 01 win Arnold. "Soma H, twonty years ngo," ha says, "whon walking with Matthew Arnold on the Ilianks of tho little Ulver Teat, near Ilomscy nbbey, conversation turned on Sir Edwin Arnold and 'Tho Light of Asia,' published four or Ave years H I previously. It Is not necessary to H J enter Into Mr. Arnold's opinion of the H ! i poem. During the ronvcrsatlou I took S i .occasion to ask him If lit were relatod i to Sir Kdwln. Ho paused n moment, m ( ns If shocked nt Die suggestion, nnd BH 'then said- 'No, we are not of kin. H Indeed, I doubt If he had any right to H j. the namo of Arnold I hnvo been told H that he Is of Jewish descent.' few BB weeks later I happened to meet Sir H ' Edwin at n dinner In London and. H prompted by, I hope, n -lot unpnrdon- H , able curiosity, pio...

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. — 3 August 1904

iMiss Nellie Holmes, 'treasurer of the Young Woman's Temper ance Association of Buffalo, N.Y., strongly advises all suffering women to rely, as she did, up on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcge. table Compound. " Dkah Miis. Pinkiiam : Your med icine is Indeed an ideal woman's medi cine, and by far the bcst I know to restore lost health and strength. 1 Buffered misery for several years, being troubled with monorrhagia. My bnclc nehed, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such pain that I suffered for hours before 1 could go to sleep again. I dreaded tho Jong nights as much as tho weary clays. I consulted iwo dlflercnt physicians, hoping to get rollcf but finding that .their medicine did not seem to cure me. ml ,t I tried jour Vegetable Compound Bjf J n tho recommendation of a friend I -" from tho Kast who was visiting me. " I am glad that I followed her ad vice, for every ache and pain is gone, nnd not only this, but my general liealth i...

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. — 3 August 1904

H ! ' THK LOOAN REUPBLIOAN, WEDNESDAY A UG. 3, 1004. I ! Farmer's Headquerters! I H Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company I Headers and Binders ( -J M The DEEI.iNU and MILWAIKEE .tieihe II I'M' n K IIEAP- fl EST. You ciitiiioL siiroul to but befoie von examine tin v- ni.n-l.ltins H and lie.u oiii pi lees We imii EVEIiYTIIlNOtlip I'AIIM i:i( H i i I Schuttlet &nd l! I j Nl&lhutn Wagons B Tin- ISE-iT .Hid CIlEM'EVr ('.ill im Us orom.ij. N We Ij H Divide The I'nillts Willi YfU 9 m j ' Cache Valley Implement & Produce Co. i1 BB I iiiimiiim iiiniiwiniM muMiiiniiiiii ( muMii in i 1 1 1 1 jwanug n I W ouldn9 1 that jat you BV, e ' I lii g il (l.niu1 1 s ml I ik h -ill i it ,i li mi irt i I B poikei Moot i"1 lict ucen his uiil"ilniiing anil upiui Mm d BK 1 ll'il nil I'll Ili'tliM go nghl 1 1 ( III till- "ISli llllliiO I I. Iili 5 BBi llCI .1 1 t .111(1 gel II few lllMliK .Hid Dill Mli'UI 1,111) It I HI ll.igs jj BB' Ij Ulll'lt Ihl'V'll lllll III' Clllshlg Mi lllllCll ttMllh...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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