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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 27 March 1903

VcT "' ,"rr-':'jat.,lT . . -a-saagaf3aLrAc-.rjg.'.Lu.--n i,.,.,!. BBBBBJBJBBBM B TnE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAII, MARCH 27, 1003. BBBBK Wjfcwi I i 1 bbbt I I B i I . s 1 -w II I ! i I j: 5 ''! I Li B I K bH I JHi bbbI ! 1 r bbbI I "i-' BBBB ' I I ." bbH I " bbHv I EBBBBBBBBBBBBE! vMw1" " m BbbbbbMJ- -T "pgw ii THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. MOORE & TURNER PUBLISHERS. (LESSEES.) OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN ORGAN OF CACHE COUNTY, UTAII Of, by, nnd for the Republican party ,flrst, last and always. "The people arc doing business on business principles and should be let alone, encouraged ratlicr than hinder ed In their efforts to Increase the trade of the country and llnd new and profitable markets for their pro ducts." President McKlnlcy at Richmond Vu. Oct. 31, 1809. It Is conceded by men of thought that contentment Is not found with the extremely rich or poorer classes, but amongst those that may be term ed the middle classes. It Is quite nat ural for persons at times ...

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. — 27 March 1903

" 3? t THE LOGAN REPURLIGAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MARCH 27, 1003. " jH -I SEEDS? YES WE HAVE THEM! i The best that experience and money can buy. Our stocks aro selected with special care and consist of GARDEN, FLOWER, CLOVER, GRASS and FIELD Seeds In BULK. i TO Introduce our Seeds wc make the following olTer: Cut this ad. out, Rring or Send to us and receive FREE with assorted orders of Garden Seeds amounting to $1.00. loz Sweet Teas, Giant Flowering Mixed ioz Morning Glory Largo " " Joz Nasturtums " Tall " ioz Dwarf Wc BUY and PAY GASH for Potatoes, "Wheat, Oats, Bailey, Alfalfa Seed, Live and Dressed Hogs. The M. and S. GRAIN and SEED CO P. S. This offer is good for TWO WEEKS ONLY. HHMHHi " City Livery and Feed Stable OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, LOGAN. Best of care given to animals Commercial men and other persons need Ing livery will receive careful attention. PRICES REASONABLE. PORTER & STANTON Odell's Studio FOR Photo's : Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. $3.50 Royal Blue Sho...

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 March 1903

' K i REPUBLICAN. p t HBJ ii E V, & I 1.00AN. UTAH. ' V UTAH STATE NEWS. '- ft 1 Hi " I Fcach and ntmond blossoms are Hj ' plentiful In St dcorgc. HBV v f Thoro aro now 1C7 mon and 174 HflVj jj I womon in tho Btnto mental hospital. B f Soma eighteen or twenty cases of HBW I ' amallpox aro reported from I.ake l !8horo. HBm i i Tho Rocky Mountain Doll Tclophono i M company Is doubling Us capacity in H' Rlchflold. HBflJ Tho scarlet fever nnd diphtheria sit- HBV h uatlon at Hlchncld Is rcportod to bo BBfl growing qulto serious. flflflj There aro now being smelted In the HBfl Talloy smolters 2300 Iodb of oro per BflV ! day of twenty-four hours. flBflj ) A number of Santnquln farmers wore HBW , ploughing on tho 18th, and that night Hflfl twclvo Inches of snow fell. HBl ? Thirty-four now enscs of smallpox BBk wero roportcd In Salt Lnko City for HBV 'tho week ending Marcfi 21. HBV , Thcro aro clghty-sovcn cases of HBflj f amallpox undor qunrnntlno In Salt HBflj Lako City at tho present ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 27 March 1903

I HHJ L vie n ii I OR, I i witch ofj en " A ROMANCE OF THE RIVIERA. H By ST. QEOIIOE UATUBORKE, HJ AtT "ItUi Pauline, of Sett York," "Tht j BpUtr't Wet," "Mill Caprice," He., etc. HJ Oopjrlf at, 1600, Street and Smith, New York. H CHArTEIt VIII. Contlnn.rt. "Very well," sho concluded, with a flash of determination In her bright eyes, "then I shall go alone. Thank Heaven. I know how to row a boat!" HJ As she turned toward the door tno HJ form of Count Leon glided between. HJ He was smiling suavely, for a man may smile and still be a villain. "Pardon me, mam'sclle; It would HJ bo madness In this sea," ho said. HJ She looked at him steadily. H The boat was as motionless as a HJ house, and tho manifest absurdity or HJ his declaration was so apparent that HJ there could no longer bo any doubt HJ regarding what was meant. H The girl turned pale, as though HJ overwhelmed with a sudden sense of HJ her helploss condition. HJ It was ndw Merrick's turn. Hv The situation had resolved Itself so ...

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 March 1903

bbI 'i BH r BH i '' V B ,' J TnE LOG AN REPUBLICAN, LOG AN, UTAH, MARCH 27, 1003 , Yf( I , ,l I Are Your Teeth Worth 50c? !lh. 'I Then como in and we'll sell you A tooth-brush for 2G cents. We'll sell you a bottlo of our Tooth Powder for 25 cents. ! I Thcso two, with a llttlo of your i ,. time and attention will keep h I ;1 Your teeth In perfect condition. BH v 1 Wo know the lirush is the best BH 111 26 cent Brush on the market today. BH f I Know It enough to say BH v ,1 Another one If wo'ro not right. Hfl M f The powder wo know Is the best Hfl .j jl ; Made, 'cause we mako It. HH j' , You needn't take our powder tho Hfl ' . If you don't want to. HH 1 We've all tho other preparations Hfl Caldcr's, White's, Browns, Sozo- HH ., 4 don't, Euthymol Cream, Myrrh HH ' tooth Soap, they're all good. I ;i ; i RITER BROS, DRUG GO. H The Logan Republican. HHJ ' Louan, Cache Cod.nty. Utah. HBa Published by H MOORE & TURNER HBl (Lessees.) H Local Jottings. HH HH Heavy Ribbed hoso for children ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 27 March 1903

m lH THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MARCH, 27, 1003. . 1 1.' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN i m LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. mm , DS MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHERS jj (LESSEES.) Mm OFFICIAL REI'URLIOAN ORGAN OF CACHE COUNTV, UTAH jiJHT Of, by, and for the Republican party ilrst, last and always. I m Senator Quay has not lived In vain. 1 if New Mexico lias named a county after Kim) the Pennsylvania!!. i At tlio rate It Is now going, the pre- PJI sent legislature will go down In hls- m tory as a record breaker for the num- bcr of bills It failed to pass. 9 Whatever shortcomings may be jjjB attributed to the present legislature, fW one of them Is not the Inability to Mm elect a United States Senator. This H is a misdemeanor on which the Demo- H crats of Utah have a cinch. irJiAK i .Tudgo Alton IJ. 1'arkcr of New York 19 Is mentioned as a probable Democratic IB nominee for president at the next W convention. Parker hasn't tho sound H of a presidential name, and the G. O. H 1. Viil see lo It tha...

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. — 31 March 1903

f " T PHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEEK W0lt v LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1903 NO 43 ' mendon melange I Also rick-ips ffram Paradise and Matters at Millville, Tho teachers of the public schools arc loathe to see tho farming season commence, realizing the effect It will have on their school work. Next Friday evening the Sunday School will give a concert, which from what can now bo learned will bo one of the big times of the season. I W. C. Cranney and E. S. Kimball I two of theN.Y. Mutual Life Insurance I Co.'s agents liavo been harvesting In I Mendon the past two wqeks. I Tlie farmers are getting their lm- I plemcnts In good shape for spring I work which will commence In a few I days If tho present weather continues. I A general meeting of the people of the Mendon ward was held here on Tuesday the 27th. Tho meeting was I attended by the presidency of this Stake, To people, were lDforrrCu that their Worthy Bishop, John H Anderson, is to be released In the near fu...

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. — 31 March 1903

if H 6rte REPUBLICAN. i J 1 IOOAN, UTAH. 1' I ' 1 , NORTHWEST NOTHS. H li A new mining ramp Is being stnrt H T ' cd nbout.twcnty uiIIch nway from Ton- H opnh, Nov. H i"1 Tho governor of Washington has vo- H J' v tootl tho 1)111 providing for a liounty H on beet sugnr. B h It Is believed that Tonopah, Nevada, H I will havo mllioad comnuinlcatloii H n within tho present year. V II lly the prcmnturo explosion of n H ' blast In the nagnon ml no nt llutto, H i, Forbes Grant, aged 28, was almost in- H h ntnntly killed. Thomas McNamarn, for muny years , a well known resldont of Missoula, H , Mont., is dead In bis fisth year, lie H ' amassed much wealth through mining. H j A now Industry Is to bo opened up B In Oregon soon, which could bo Intro- BB (lured and made successful In other BB westorn stntes, It being a. Jack rabbit BBf cannery. ' No more monthly fines will bo col- H '' lectcd from tho gamblers In Tncoma. j I This means tho closing down of open H ,, Rambling for tho Mist time In t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 March 1903

-TT-J . .. H WOMAN IN NEW ROLE ft Puns Elevator in New York's Most Fashionable Hotel-Sin Has Charge of the Mcst Perfectly Appointed "Lift" in the World. I X'ftwrr?3k "MAN elevator conduc- HL-frraB tur! Sne s ih roost VDnrafi talked of feature of the VVVJ Waldorf-Astoria, Now akJBkK York's most gorgeous 2S& hotel. She Is a sugges WBl tlon of the twentieth, century. Mary Yorke Is her name, and Mary now enjoys tho distinction of being tho only woman In tha world who runs nn elovator. This beautiful little lift is all white and gold, and mirrors are fitted up In such fetching stylo that one regrets when one gets Into It that this attrac tive box does not run ten stories In stead of one. Yes, this new elevator In tho big "hostelry on Fifth avenue, Thirty-third nnd Thirty-fourth streets, Is unques tionably the very daintiest and most perfectly appointed lift er built, and ho girl who runs It Is quite In keeping -with her surrounding!. Mary Yorke is pretty, petite and always charming ,...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 March 1903

I I THE LOGAN REPUWJCAN, LOO AN, UTAH, MARCH 31, 1D03. fj I ; 1 I i I i -i; B 1 1 - 14 I I :' Ay I ! a 1 I Q 1 i I R" 1 ( I nJ : ; i 1 hbI 'i .i I K & I : 9 . CD I""1! 1 '' 0 I 'If fSJ I I j I gi 8 ! 1 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. MOORE & TURNER PUBLISHERS. (LESSEES.) OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN ORGAN OF CACHE COUNTY, UTAH Of, by, and for the Republican party first, last and always. A young man In Chicago has been lined $100 for rapping on his window to atract tho attention of young ladles as they passed. This Is not so bad for wicked old Chicago. Inasmuch as Admiral Dewey can't get an opportunity to take a fall out of tho German navy at short range, he gives them a broadside at long range. While less satisfactory It may bo tho safest in the long-run. The firm which has been supplying us with ''ready prints" failed to con eel order as Instructed last week and wo have felt constrained to use stock sent us for this Issue, hence a slight delay in changing to an "all ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 March 1903

n i ! ! THE LOGAN KEPDDLiIOAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MARCH 31, 1003. Vl ; ' SEEDS? ' YES WE HIVE THEM! f j The best that experience and money can buy. Our stocks are selected with special care and consist of GARDEN, FLOWER, CLOVER, GRASS and FIELD Seeds In HULK. TO introduce our Seeds we make the following offer: Cut this ad. out, Bring or Send to us and receive FREE with assorted orders of Garden Seeds amounting to $1.00. Joz Sweet Teas, Giant Flowering Mixed m Morning Glory Large " " ioz Nasturtums " Tall " ioz Dwarf " Wo BUY and PAY CASH for Potatoes, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Alfalfa Seed, Live and Dressed Hogs. The M. and S. GRAIN and SEED CO I P. S. This offer is good for TWO WEEKS ONLY. City Livery and Feed Stable OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, LOGAN. Best of care given to animals Commercial men and other persons need ing livery will receive careful attention. PRICES REASONABLE. i PORTER & STANTON Odell's Studio '. FOR s Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. $3.50 Royal Blue Sho...

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. — 31 March 1903

BBBP'' '' A GEORGIA CADIN. i I made n ..tie mony The palncr are splendid Jv In cotton and In corn, Alonjf Klfth nvenuc; , And spent It on a Journey Tlio castles up the Hudson . I From the slate where I was born. Are very lino to view: ' "ft OeorRln, oh, my Cleomlal Ilut fnlrer are tin! acres, Uencnth this starry dome All vtlillo as oo-nn foam. 1 No place can hold a candle When snowy boll ar bursting V To the cotton-fields of home In the cotton-llclds nt horn. I ' I ate from stiver dishes, J .kflSk B-,A "ul "melt the pleasant steam B h , VJ32Vrc 0t Jnhnny-cakei and spare-rlt.s fl I i Hrr?T"' '" ""J- homesick dream; BB , . VJW?JL. 8o ' Jl,1,1't walt for PaeklnK, 1 ?"' ""' ,ook a Drusn "nd comli !i (fij Ad started hack one morning T I'or tho cotton-llclds of home. ' BB ' ( IDI ' ,,oar "le banjo strumming BB li i f V Hi'iicath the. rtfmMnc rone; BB 18 L 1 I The mocking-bird la singing BB Hi Vl 1 Farewell to daylight's close. BB kt A U The purple dunk Is fragrant BB Jit , ' -njSLlAJU Wit...

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. — 31 March 1903

' l flflflM "IflBJ -BH m mmmm ( .flfl V " . Poem by Stonewall Jackson. Tho Illchmjind Times la authority tor tho stntoment that this poem wns written by Stonewall Jackson while ha was serving with the army in tho Mexican war: The tattoo beats the llah'ts aro Kone, 1M camp nround In slumber lies; The nleht 'Willi nolcmn! pace moves on. The shad6ws thicken o'er tho Bklcs; But sleep my wenry eyes linlh flown And sad. .uneasy thoughts arise I think of thee, oh, dearest one. Whoso love, my early life hath blest Of theb and him our biby Bon Who slumbers on thy gentle, breast. aod of tho tender, frail, nnd lone, Oh,' guard tho tender sleeper's rest, And hover Rently, hover near To her, whoio watchful eo Is wet To mother, wife tho doubly dear. In whoso young heart havo freshly met Two streams of lovo bo deep and clear. And cheer her druoplne spirits yet. Whatever fato thexe forms may show. Loved with a paislon almost wild Dy day by night In Joy or woe By fears oppressed, or hopes beguiled, ...

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. — 31 March 1903

tofip-1" wy., -;, ., ,, ...-- .-. " li THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MARCH 31, 1003 r Just a Little Paint j J K ,' Right now wlien everything In na- K - turcls beginning to look bright and UK tt frcsliAllttlcpalntwlllgoalongway Mil' towardsbrlghtcnlng up the yfEv many olo things around the place H ., ' Porch,chalrs and scats, lawn mowers 9b Any of the farm or garden Implc- fji ments and dozen of things Inside H the house all need a little touching 9fl up We've paint all ready to uso for f any purpose Put up In any slzo can HI you may wish Any color you Bi. ' may fancy Drop In and get a color Kit card And we'll tell you more about Wit. It of course we've bruches to put fl tho paint on with. 10c up. IP RITER BROS, DRUG CO. m FOR SALE K ' Logan City and Farm Property. Br J' K v' House and two lots in Third Ward. H - 20 acres land in North Field. K Vacant lot near Agricultural Col K lege. Lot 0x12 rods, with Improvements, Mf J comer Main & Second North Streets. H ' Apply to W. ...

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 April 1903

I B THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 TWICE-A-WEEK I V0L LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. N0 44 About Senator Clark. An unusally picturesque short per sonal sketch Is that of Senator Wil liam Andrews Clark, of Montana, con tributed to the February Cosmopolitan by Henry R. Knapp, William An drews Clark was of Pennsylvania Scotch-Irish stock, and though of slight physique, has so much endur ance and vitality that at sixty-three he seems as full of energy as he was at twenty-three. At the latter age, after having en joyed an academic education, he hired as a teamster and drove an emigrant wagon from his parents'homc at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, to Central City, Colo., 750 miles, in 45 days. He expected to And gold, and though disappointed in the prospect became a miner. V,- In a year or so, he drove an ox-tcaln ' " to Montana, taking 65 days for the dangerous Journey. AtVlrglna City, he bought a claim with his oxen, and after nine months of back-breaking work, knee-deep in icy water,...

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 April 1903

XHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE-. A -WEEK I VOL. J LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. NO44 H About Senator Clark. ! An unusally picturesque short per ' sonal sketch Is that of Senator Wil liam Andrews Clark, of Montana, con tributed to the February Cosmopolitan j by Ilcnry R. Knapp, William An I drews Clark was of Pennsylvania f Scotch-Irish stock, and though of ! slight physique, has so much endur ' ance and vitality that at slxty-thrco 1 he seems as full of energy as he was at twenty-three, t At the latter age, after having en joyed an academic education, he hired as a teamster and drove an emigrant ' wagon from his parents'home at Mount 1 Pleasant, Iowa, to Central City, Colo., 1 750 miles, In 45 days. He expected to I find gold, and though disappointed In the prospect became a miner. IrKayear or so, he drove an ox-team toMtlntana, taking 65 days for the dangerous Journey. AtVlrglna City, he bought a claim with his oxen, and after nine months of back-breaking work, kn...

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 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, AI'ML 3, 1003. , Just a Little Paint H W Right now when everything In na- H c turc Is beginning to look bright and H ff' frcsliAllttlcpalntwillgoalongway H k ! towards brightening up the H I many ole things around the place H . . l'orch.chalrsandscaU, lawn mowers H v Any of the farm or garden Implc- H ments and dozen of things Inside H l the house all need a little touching ! r up "We've paint all ready to use for j t-j any purpose Put up In any size can H h t you may wish Any color you H i : j may fancy Drop In and get a color H ' card And we'll tell you more about B ! It of course we've bruches to put HH t H the paint on with. 10c up. 1 1 ! Iriter BROS, DRUG CO. B ; The Logan Republican. H ' ' I.ooan. Caciik County, Utah. m Published by B MOO HE & TURNER H (Lessees.) H j - H . I IsucJ Twlco-a-wcek. Tuesday and I'rl- H ,'j ' liar. Tillered October SI. IMC, at Loifan, H f Utah, ai sesond-class matter, under Act of fl Conirri-ss of Mrrcli 3. 187...

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 April 1903

i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 3, 1003. ! -- r ,, Just a Little Paint H il Right now when everything In na- ''' ' ture Is beginning to look bright and H fresh A little paint will go a long way H' towardsbrlghtcnlngup the Hv many olo things around the place B Porch.chalrsandscats, lawn mowers H if Any of the farm or garden lmplc- H It ments and dozen of things Inside B t the house all need a little touching H j up We've paint all ready to use for H" .i any purpose Put up in any size can H you may wish Any color you H' may fancy Drop in and get a color H. card And we'll tell you more about H ! It of course we've bruches to put K , j the paint on with. 10c up. I R1TER BROS, DRUG CO, I : m i The Logan Republican. Bt I.oii an. Cache County, Utah. " Published by " jjr MOO HE & TURNER B h (Lessees.) H H 1 1 Issued Twlco-a-weok, Tuesday and I'rl- B day. Entcrwl October 21, I IKK, at Loifnn. B i Utali, as seiond-clasi matter, under Act of H Contrail of Mr roll 3, 180. R , SUl...

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 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 3, 1003 H , y V r THATCHER OPERA HOUSE " Monday, April 6. 'finnigan's Ball' PRICES-35C to $1.00 IH. F. Millet Pianos The Best in the World. NEEDHAM ORGAN Eiji nl to any on the market. iY B.&G. THATCHER I 13 Main Street. Headquarters for all kind1? of Musical Mer- oliandlsc. 2,000 pieces of Sheet Music just received. I KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. Brownie Developing Machines $2,00 Catdonj Jewelry Co. LOGAN, UTAH. FO RESALE Logan City and Farm Property. House and two lots In Third Ward. 20 acres land In North Field. 8 Vacant lot near Agricultural Col lege. H Lot 0x12 rods, with Improvements, I corner Main & Second North Streets. Apply to W. W. Maughan, M Logan, Utah. I Assessment Notice. I The Rich Cache, Mining Company 9 principal places of business, Logan 1 City, Utah. , , t m Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of Trustees of 1 The Rich-Cache Mining Company, I held on the 14th day of February 1003, an assessment of seven an...

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 April 1903

' f THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 3, 1003. I j j '! THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN J LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. I j MOORE & TURNER PUBLISHERS. I j' . (LKSSEES.) I i , OFFICIAL UEPLTHL10AX OHGAN OF CACHE COUNTY, UTAH 1 S . Of, by, and for the Republican party llrst, last and always. Tlio largo corporations, commonly 'j called trusts, though organized In one t state, always do business In many ' states, often doing very little busl- , ncss lu the slate where they arc incor- , - porated. There Is utter lack of mil- , fortuity in the state laws about them; M l and as no state lias any exclusive H h ; t Interest In or power over their acts, B J it has In practice piovcd Impossible B i to get adequate regulation through !i state action. Therefore, In the Intor- j1 est of the whole people, the nation I should, without Interfering with the ' power or the slates lu the matter it- . self, also assume power of supervision j, and regulation over all corporations doing an Interstate busines...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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