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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 March 1905

H THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I I Special Clear- I ance Sale M We will sell REGARDLESS m FO COST, H Men's and Boy's CLOTHING, H Men's Corduroy Suits and Hf Overcoats. Also Big Reduc- B tions in Shoes of nil kinds, Hf We will save you money. I John H. Anderson I Joseph E.Wilson Jr. Hj Contractors of all kinds of Cement and Concrete Work m Kstlitiatcs given on Cement Side- wiilk, Cement driveways, Cement cm b 1 and gutter. Cement and Tile Floors, B Cement window and door sills, Co- B meiiL water tables, Hollow Concictc B Hulldlng Hlock, Concrete Foundations, m Culverts and Bridges, Cement Sewer B I'lpc, etc. Stock of l'ortland Cement J always on band. H Office 128 South First Cast St., LOGAN, UTAH. H ' When Pay day comes m remember that the making of money B isnot near soilllllcultas the keeping m of it. No ono can keep all they make, H but they can keep some .part of It, cs- H pccially if they deposit their surplus H with the Cache Vajlcy Hanking Co., m who will not only take the best of H ...

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 March 1905

B ft fl 4 11 fye jfrfltm fkpitljiiaffl. fJ I TWICE-A. WEEK Logan, Utah, WEDNESDAY, March 15. 1905 Volume III, Number 44 H HQPSON IS GUILTY i . i' Said the Jury. Volun tary Manslaughter. v The Penalty is from one to Ten Years. Theilobson minder case was given to the iury at ti::to p. m. Satuiday evening and at 2 a. m. a veullet of "guilty of voluntaiy manslaughter" I was arrived at. This means tliat ho will receive a JlV sentence of something between one "qj md ten yeais. Sentence will be pass- Icd on Saturday Muicli 25th All during Saturday the couit loom was ciowdcd with those who desired to hear tho alignments in the case. Attorney Hulvcrsoii, who conducted the case from the beginning, opened for the State. He had boiled his plea to the minimum, had summed up the g . situation In a nut-shell and picsented his argument clearly, logically, force fulfy. Sam Winters followed for Hob son, and later Oeo. Q. Rich made a highly creditable plea in behalf or the prisoner. District Attorney ...

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 March 1905

sssHk" l? H 3 B C7;e REPUBLICAN. H LOOAN, UTAH. H Econowy Is a virtue, but. its prnctlco B ought not to bo reflected In laundry K Now York uses 1,388,000 quarts ot H milk a day. No statistics nbout othci K beverages available. H - Now a Philadelphia oxposo Is threat B ened by Mayor Weaver. Can It bo , that the Quaker City Is stirring In Its f' sloop? E Tno published statement that tho BBj" milk trust Is thinking of watering Its BBBjt stock makes tho Now York Herald BBfli simply cachlnatc. BBH' A writer In tho Chicago Record- BBfl Herald gives n formula for beautifying BBS, tbo tross locka. This Is Chlcagoeso BBfl! fbr waHblng tho hair. BBBi If you don't bcllcvo that a woman BBB' can keep n secret, ask her her age. BBB1 New York Herald. BBB. But don't look at her, BBB,' The cabin snys tho duel between BBB; Count Craykowskl and M. Vlllotto BBB "was well attended." It was qulto a BBB' social function, In fact. BBB'! Tho kaiser will permit army officers BBB; to drink to his health In wa...

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 March 1905

A Snake River Farm. 1 For sale or will exchange for realty S in vicinity of Login City, 120 acres, unimproved, best quality farm land, specially adoptbtl to fruit culture. Ideal locality for raising1 grains, hogs and poultry, and the best of sugar beet land. A good and permanent water right. Dally mall and free rural delivery. Close to market. "Water for culinary purposes the best in the nest. Price, $1,000, terms rea sonable. This farm lies In Rich l'rc clnct, lilngham County, Idaho, a thriving farming community. Address r. O. Box "II, Logan, Utah. Japanese are State Socialist. In Japan state socialism Is favored by the envcrnmenl and taught In the jotlos.-s Night Prowling Thltvts. Croup and whooping cough come like a thief in the night, stealing In to fas ten the fangs of mortal disease upon the children as they peacefully .sleep In their little beds. Kennedy's laxa Mac honey and tar, the new discovery lor coughs and cold will drive out these death dealing demons before the doctor...

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 March 1905

B TnE LOGAN REPUBLICAN m the Logan Republican H LoaAN, Caoii County, Utah. t Published by K M OOItE & TURN EH K (Lessees.) K OQlclal Republican Organ or Cache j County, Utah. B Issued Tnlco-K-wcnk. WcdNMilay anil H' Saturday. Kntcrwl Octolwr SI. 1WK. ntl.oiian ' Ouli, an Kccnml-clasH matter, under Act of K Congress of March 3. 1B7H. Subscription, Payable in Advance V One Year KM ) pIi Month' 1 Hn Three Months a m', The untiring efforts or President W. H S.McComlck In behalf of the Agrl- B cultural College will bo long remem- bcrcd and appreciated by the Logan and H Cacho county people. Mr. McCornlck reached certain men that others round B' Impossible to approach. The same ' can be said of Ocorgc "Whlttcmorc, of ; Ncphi. He, too,provcd a noble patriot H or our Institution. 1 Northern Utah and Cache county H; want to keep tab on various gentle- H men in the State Legislature who H' have made a tcrrlllc tight against the H' A.C. ofU. Some of theso will come f up for honors in the f...

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 March 1905

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY March IB, 1105 I I The first Sign ' Of a Cold Should remind you that the best time to commence taking something is' at the beginning. It should also remind you that the best remedy to head oil a spell of sneezing, coughing and general unpleasantness is Our LAXATIVE COLD CURE, With ' ROCK and RYE B They stimulate the depressed nerves allay fever and start the H vital machinery to running with H its accustomed smoothness. I RITER BROS.DRUG GO,, I LOGAN, Utah. Franklin, Preston and Montpelier, Idaho. 1 I Wilson Whiskey 1 I THAT'S ALL. m "" Generalities, Bj W. (5. Rurton, of Evansion, Wyo., H who has been seriously 111, Is Improv- lng. H We sell the Earth and Loan money K on it. II. A. Pcdcrscn & Co. H Fred Kidgcl and wife have been In B Logan the past week vistlng frichds. H They returned to Pocatelloycstculay. H For a quick growing shade ticc H plant the "Carolina Poplar." A line 3 stock at The Logan Nurseries. Fifteen car loads of cattlo ,wcnt dw th...

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 March 1905

BBBB BfflK ' mi , go- H J With Information as to the Varied Resources and Industries of the City and Cache County. h: ii s kg ii 1st a. affleck ! proprietors Cache Valley 2 Livery Co.... H 7 Livery Feed and Transfer Stable. BBI' V IUis Meets all Trains. H' w Commctclal o Trade '.Solicited Hi w Stables rear of Eagle Hotel BftBJ- Entrance 1st North Street. 'i I'lioncs: cilice I2!i k; lies. 17(1 y. H' LOGAN, - - UTAH. B "The Hanks" Hotel H' 2 HOME-LIKE, POPULAR. BBVJJ. fell lighted and healed. (JimkI meals and BBVJ B I'lrst-elass service. Huh to all trains: l'a- BBVJj (irlte hostelry for Commercials. Phone UK" H A Out Postolllce. Main and 1st N, H J Ladies' Tailoring College H 0 J. E. WILSON, Manager. BBHj fl Open year 'louudt students cuter any lime; BBB1 tuition earned while taking coursu; A ens- BBB1 fl torn ladles' tailoring department: Agency J Wheeler A. Wilson fewlng Nachlncs, BBBJ Canton (lallcry West of Postoniec. H Logan Novelty Shop H 0 R. M. ROLFSEN. BBVJ M) The old rellahl...

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 March 1905

51 Adulteration of Coffee. W A German review contains an article I ly Ilerlarelll on a new adulteration B of coffee. Tho roasted beans ara plunged in a flvo per cent solution ol H 1 nornx and then left to dry. Tho borax IS &' makes them shlno and absorbs water, W thus adding to tho weight of the qof M fee. Tho way to discover this Ingenl n ous fraud Is to dry tho coffco nnrt II it loses over 4 per cent In weight I tlicro Jjas been a fraudulont absorption B of water. London Globe. I YELLOW CRUST ON DABY H Would Crack Open and Scab Causing I Terrible Itching Cured by 1 Cutlcura. m "Our baby had a.yollow ".rust on his I head which I could not keep away. When I thought I had succeeded In I getting his head clear, It would start m again by tho crown of his head, crack I and scale, and causo tcrrlblo Itching. I I then got Cutlcura Soap and OInt- xnent, washing tho scalp with tho soap and then applying tho Ointment. A fow treatments mado a complete cure. I havo advised a number of moth...

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 March 1905

H I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I I "Much Ado About Nothing" I Big Fellows will Spend an Hour or So I Telling what they Don't Know .,..V, ..-.-..... H About the Respective Merits of Cows and I Shot Guns. Much Hot Air. H A debating social will be 1 vpn at H the Presbyterian church Friday even- H ing, March 17. The subject of the dc- B bate will be: "Is the cow more useful B than the shotgun." The principal B actors in the debate arc, John Frank- HHj lln Englc, Lcandcr Ostlen, John An- m drew Hcxell and Charles Clifford Good- B win. Tho judges arc Bishop George H Hilarious Champ, Captain Henry B Deuteronomy Stycr, and the Right- B ltcvcrcnd Newton Ellphalct Clemen- B son. A coidlal Invitation is extended HBl to everybody to visit the church and HBl stand the strain as long as they can. HBl It doesn't cost anything to get In and HBi and less to get out. BBi John Franklin Eugle bought a cow HBl a year ago witli tho Idea of study- m lng up for this particular event. H He lliuls Unit Ids 18 kara...

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. — 18 March 1905

& fye Itrflmt flqmblf cm g I TWICE-A-WEEK Logan, Utah, SATURDAY, March 18, 1 905 Volume III, Number 45 I APPLIES FOR , A FRANCHISE. .Utah Independent Tele phone Co. again Renews Application. Asks Early Consideration. N t The council met In regular session i Wednesday evening. 3 "5J. 'Elmer B. Jones, managing dhector 2 Qf the Utah Independent Telcphono J Co., renewed application for a fran chise. On motion of Carlisle the franchise was considered on the ! strength of $75 deposited hcretofoie. ! Trhc franchise was then read and re- i ferred to committee on municipal ! laws. I ' V. B. VVIlcos and others living In I the Logan west fields represent that I they are put to great Inconvenience in 1 getting to and from the sugar factory j ' and.ask.that a sttcet be opened on the east side of the George Watson pro- i perty In direct line wlt'hthc factory. IW. R. Andrews otleied to sell his sprinkler to the city for $240 and said he would relet the lease. This was referred to committee on ...

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. — 18 March 1905

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaf tHr H I T5he REPUBLICAN. H LOQAN, ... UTAH, asssssU mi i. i i .- ii ii I iwywMtWi UTAH STATE NEWS. B Flro destroyed tlio homo of Albert H T". Nolson of Sandy, entailing a Iobs H The week on tho Salt Lalcc mlnlns M eichnngo closed on tho salo ot 89,825 B shares of stock for $23,232.7D. H A special election Is to bo held at B Kphralm to voto 120,000 bonds for tho Installation of an electric light plant Tho local post of the O. A. II. has laid out an 'elaborate program for the " camp flro to bo held In Ogdcn on H May V In tho debnto at Moscow, Idaho, be- twoon the University of Idaho and tho University of Utah, tho former j wero victors. V Tho horso and buggy Blolen from V Prnost Poppas, of Ulngham Junction, last week havo been found, but tho H thlof Is still at large. H Small children and matches were ro- S Rponslblo for a blaze at Sprlngvlllo, which dostroyed a hay shed and barn belonging to Amos Hatfield. W. Williams, a negro of Ogdcn, at tempted to kill a fellow Afr...

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. — 18 March 1905

I 1 In Haroor. I al I think It l over, over, S - 1 think It Is jxer nt tit( IJ Voices nf fiomi1 nnd lover, a The sweet unit the bitter lme passed, B Life, like (I tempest of occiifi, m Until olitbloxxn If ultimate butt m Tlure's hut 11 faint nobbing seaward. u While tin mlm of tlw tide deepens lee- I ward, 0 And behold! like th" welcoming (nler E Of hciirt-pulsos throhbiU through i the Ml rlei, ' 0 Thoo lights In the hurW nt list i The hf.ivenly -lyirbor ut last. B I feel It Is oxer! over For tho winds, and the water sur- 1 cense, I Ahl few wore the, day of tho rover I That smiled In the iiisiuly of ponce! 1 And distant tnd dim m.ir the oimwi I Thnt hinted fedress or rrleiisel I I'rom th ruxnge of life, iiBii Us riot. What marvel 1 yenru for 'ho ipilet While bidet In the luirhor nt list Tor the lights with theli welcoming (Hilver, I , That throb through the -n infilled rlier, Which Rlrdl the ,li.irl)cn nt Int. ThU heaxenly harbor ut List? I know It Is oxer, over, 1 know It U oxer ut...

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. — 18 March 1905

t THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN The Logan Republican B LOO AN. CACtlB COITSTT. Utah. M Published by M 0 0 HE & TUltNER H (Lessees.) iH Official Republican Organ of Cacljc 1 County, Utah. euurdai" Kntcrc.1 October SI. 1WB. at LoBin B DUli. as Hcconil-claM maltcr. under Act of iH COHcrrM of March 3, 1879. Subscription, Payable in Advance M One Year -'a iH rtx Months iH Three Months J H ''Consolidation at Logan" shoulU be B the war cry of the friends of the A. M C. of U. during the next two years. H Bring the University to Louan, re- H move the capital to Provo, the center B of the State, and give the State out- B side of Salt Lake some of tho other B things they want. Salt Lake City B isn't the whole thing yot. B Ofllccrs having criminals In charge I, should not forget to bo human. It Is B not right that any prisoner should be B locked up continuously In a cold, B steel cage. For a paltry sum dally a B reliable elderly person could bo secur- B ed as guard, and the prisoner be per- H ralttc...

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. — 18 March 1905

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATl'R DAY March 18, 1005 'H VOLIR HOME 'Made Beautiful I Is not your house showing the marks of time? You can paint It now with three-fourths of the paint that will bo required in another year or two and this warm weather Is the time to have the work done. Let us talk to you about paints, colors and prices. I We think that we can Interest you. I RITER BR0S.DRD6 CO., I LOGAN, Utah. 1 Franklin, Preston and 1 I Montpelicr, Idaho. Have your old Suits Cleaned 1 and Pressed K It will look as good as new and will H wear you for a long time. Many suits you discard could be niado to look well M and give you many months more scr- Hi vice If repaired and cleaned by the up- m to-datc method employed by I CIIAS. WENTON H At the Logan Steam Laundry, Pric- H es always right. I Joseph E.Wilson Jr. H Contractors of all kinds of I Cement and Concrete Work W Estimates given on Cement Side- 9 walk, Cement driveways. Cement curb f and gutter. Corner 'and.Tlle Floors, Cement window ...

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. — 18 March 1905

I , 1 i 2 With Information as to the Varied Resources and Industries of the City and Cache County. Bfll W mi H J II. SKCR1ST A. AFFLECK M PROPRIETORS I 2 Cache Valley 8 Livery Co.... H X Livery Feed and Transfer Stable. BB V IJus Moots all Tialns. H ") Commercial Trade Solicited H 9 Stables ipur of Eagle Hotel BBb 0 Entrance 1st North Street, c H 0 I'honcs: oillcc 12'J k; lies. 17t y. H LOGAN, - - UTAH. H "The Hanks" Hotel B 2 HOME-LIKE, POPUUR. Bf well lighted and heated, Hood meals anil BBf B rirst-elassserWco. Hut In nil trains! I'nv-" BY A orltu hostelry For Commercials. Phono UK B f liver Postofllce. Main and 1st N. H f Ladies' Tailoring College B J. E. WILSON, Manager. BBf fl Open year 'round: students enter any lime: T tulttun earned while taking course; A cus- ) loin ladlei' talloillnf department: Agency T Wheeler V Wilson lowing Machines, BV B) Cardonllallcry West of Postolllco. H Logan Novelty Shop B R. M. K0LF5EN. BBf V The old rellalile shop for llleycle. Oun and BBb ft ...

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. — 18 March 1905

8IEGE LASTED NEARLY A YEAR. Fact Connected with Reduction of Se- . baitopol. I jtsstopol was the triumph of tho ft soldier's fortification ns opposed to m that of tbe theorist On tho south side, to begin with, there wero practl- catly no permanent land defenses savo H loop-holed walls, barricades, and a few H batteries. All these, however, wero. H developed Into a vast system of earth H works. The siege lasted 349 days, and at Its close the Russians opposed 982 H guns In the first line to about 800 of H the allies. Tho defenders usurped the H recognized prerogative of tho besleg H era as regards trench work, even tak I lag up new ground, and commencing H inch an important work as the Maem- Job six months after the siege bad be H gun. Only one of the works in the H main line, namely, the Malakoff, a fort I of medieval design, was ever taken. However, the length of Sebastopol't B resistance was also due to the fact H that the resources of the allied army did not suffice for Its invest...

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. — 18 March 1905

bbbbE b the logan republican i ! REDUCTION 'PHONE PRICES. B t Manager Ramshaw, of the Rocky Mountain Hell Telephono Company, an:- B nounccs the following change of rates for 'phone service, the samc"to take ef- feet Immediately. H , Individual business line, reduced from I60to$13 B liuslness, two party line, reduced from,. 13 to 42 H Ruslness, four party line reduced from , 12 to 30 B Limited service, no reduction 30 H Residents, Individual line, reduced from 43 to 30 B ! Residents, two party lines, reduced from 30 to 24 B Residents, four party line, reduced from St to IS B ! Residents, limited line, reduced from 18 to 12 B This applies to all 'phones within a radius of one mile of the central otllce. B 'Phones outside of this radius will be subject to a slight Increase from the re- B d need rates. m Another Concession. B Reside this great reduction in prices, Mgr. Ramshaw announces that as soon B as trunk lines aic established, and certain arrangements are made between B Smlthllcld...

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. — 22 March 1905

I Jl I TWICE-A-WEEK Logan, Utah, WEDNESDAY, March 22, 1905 Volume HI, Number 46 H I A BIG HORSE SHOW IK I Many Fine Animals and I . Large Crowd Here. I Carlyle's Judging proves I Highly Satisfactory. m The liorso show held In Logan on Monday was mote than anticipated by most, both as to the display of fine R horsellcsh and the numbers In attend n -ancc. Though the roads were In bad Mndltlon and the weather slightly (lis B agreeable more than one hundred of Jtf the finest horses In the state were In "y the parade at 11 o'clock, and the B streets were lined with people. Al fflj though It has been generally conceded jfl that Cache produces the' tincst horses In'thcwcst, few people had anj ie.il 11 Idea of tlio beauty of the horseflesh in H the county, nor its extent. During H . recent years a large 'number of very M line stallions have been biouglil In 0 here and the result was plainly manl- fest on Monday. In the parado were y some animals of great beauty and con- 1 slderable worth,, ...

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. — 22 March 1905

H Gc REPUBLICAN. K LOOAN, . . UTAH. H It's a good thing to mnkc your mon B cy last as long as It will, but it's bet- B tcr to mako it first. H A mnn In Unltlmore, John Hoalcy, J takes thirty hour naps. Orioles should H ship him home to Philadelphia. J ' It young Mr. Hydo had hud to work f his way up from a $12 a week job t things might have been different. J A Minneapolis paper refers to "tho J aroma of tho cold wave." Watch for It H tho next tlmo a cold wavo comes. B Tho alleged "Prcnchmnn" who says H that American women do not know J how to wnlk Is surely an Impostcr. H Itusslan grand dukes will not bo H .overburdened In tho futuro with ro- H .piles to their want ads for coachmen. H You may do bo mo closo guessing, B but you can't always swear to a PPJ man's politics by tho button he BBS PPJ Because a woman weeps Is no sign PPJ that she Is unhappy. She may bo en- B joying herself making somebody clso BBV .miserable. B It Is reported that tho public U P Rgaln buying In Wall strcot....

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. — 22 March 1905

CANNIBAL HABITS OF FROQS. X. Proof That In Confinement They De- " ? vour Each Other. A frog's capacity for enveloping hla comrades and assimilating them was onco shown by an Incident which oc 1 curred under the observation of ono of my acquaintances. He had returned from the country with n lot of frogs, largo and small, which he had ob tained for one of tho New York educa tional Institutions. I have forgotten how many there were, but they num bered over twenty. I am certain. These he put Into a largo bird cage, the wires of which wero close enough together to prevent even tho smallest from es caping. On the third day ho went to seo how his captives wen' doing, and found, greatly to his surprise that all had d" Appeared with the exception of two old "mossbacks," and they were eyeing each other askanco, apparently In doubt as to which would be thq "laBt survivor of the whole ship's com pany," as he expressed It. As an Insect catcher, the frog Is I qulto expert, even such quick moving ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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