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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 14 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL II, 11)03. " The Scenic Line to Glcenwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, 1 Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points cast. Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line trains. I The only Transcontinental Lino passing directly through Salt Lake A Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between l 1 J) OGDEN AND DENVER. Jl ; Via Three Scperatc and Distinct Scenic Routes v Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars t Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago Without Change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursions. W DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all 'through trains. For aatcs, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etd.,( inquire of your . nearest ticket agent, sbeclfying the Rio Grandroute, or address I. A. BENTON, G. P. ft., Salt Lake City, JOSEPH NEWROLD 1 Has tho Finest line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishings in the city. Give ...

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. — 14 April 1903

(if-i - - -- " ""Z. - - - or- SUfMOUt i. WWW iiMH-Mumm iiiM .m m j IT - - - i r f THE LOGAN REPUULICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 14, 1003 - i tL The Logan Republican ' ' R I.OOAX, UAOIII! COUNTY, UTAH. ? m S moore & tueneii, puiilisheu t K (i.rxsmw.) & flr, (ft , Olllclal Republican Organ or Caclic L' ' " County, Utali. ft R, Of, by and for. tho Republican party ck XL. - llrst, lastand alwajs. iM' The Hawalians also want the prcsl- 1 flk dcnttovislt them, but they neglect to K'W" say what kind of game they havo to fri fp olTer. .fi wt A Kansas city jouth stole a pair of If K shoes because he needed them to wear fc If to a dance and was arrested, con- i J& vleted and sent to Jail. Do the con- &,, Ik slderate authorities of that town iv (Br expect a man to go to a dance bare- I"- 'R footed? L' fflr Tho kaiser has ordered that olllclal RBt reports hereafter shall be written In m clear and concise language. Docs he s ft expect them to be written In Gorman? m. m? Jt Is said tha...

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. — 14 April 1903

I The Rich Cache, Mining Company I principal places of business, Logan City, Utah. I Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of Trustees of I The Rich-Cache Mining Company, held ou tin 14th day of February 1003, an assess"1 nt of seven and one-half (71) mills per share was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, pay able on or before March 20th 1003 to Fred Turner, treasurer of said com pany, at his office in' Logan City Utah Any stock upon which this assess ment may remain unpaid on the 20th day of March, 1903, will be dcllnguent and advertised for sale at public auc tion, and unless payment is made bc--A fore, will be sold at the hour of 12 o'clock noon on the lGth day of April 1903, at the front door of the Cache County Court House, Logan City, Utah to pay the delinquent assessment, to gether with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. I Edwakd IIanskn i Secretary. The Rlfch-Cachc Mining Company Logan City. Utah, dated this 10th day of Fcbruary,ll)0:i...

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. — 14 April 1903

I I l I l THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 14, 1003. i i WILES OF A CONSUL Hit W i HOW ONE MAN "CINCHED" DIP- Iff LOMATIC JOB. IS ' I I fk- Secret of His Long Tenure In South ' America Told After His Death B Had Little Trouble In Drlvlna Away C Competitors. W A man from South America tells JUl ' this story of an American consul hK) down thcro who died recently after ! having retained possession of his olllco fjK through administration after ndtntnls- Hu' tratton, In splto of all efforts to oust B" hlm: WKL "Drown," ho said, "held his post UK through sunshlno and through rain, BB through Republican and Democratic HI administrations, through revolutions 3vl and through Invasions, through ycl- ! KI low fever and through everything n clso on tho South American calendar. 8 Not that ho wns n particularly bright Hf nnd shining light nt tho diplomatic SI game, cither, nnd not thnt ho worked WM particularly hard nt Washington to Eft hold his Job, for ho Just plodded along S, In nn ev...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 14 April 1903

H THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL U, 1003. ' H FREE! I I H H H - 1 I To All Oat Subscribers I I 4. I IHlMWi I I Salt Lake City, Utah I IIS i Is jH 1 1 H I ' I 1 'I HI is H S C i K ' 5 ' H I During the next SIXTY DAYS I HE s c " - m I -SV I I i . : I B ' V wc will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer , H I I Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I K I When Paid In Advance x J ? . ...;;..aJH

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. — 14 April 1903

H TUB ItEl'UllLlCAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 14, 1003. H I FREE! I I H I To All Out Subscribers I I ' I I IHI1 FAIR H MMHBHnKKatKaMMHMMHMBI MtfMHHBi H B 1 L Salt Lake City, Utah .? I B BBbI H v Hjb ? i H Sv :'" '" HI. H I c During the next SIXTY DAYS I m I ? j'' ' we will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer H I Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I B ' ' BJ I When Paid In Advance 9 i ' I I 1 - ,5' 4BBn

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 14 April 1903

If TI1E LOOAN KEPOULICAN, LOGAN, UTAn, APIUL14, 1003. ll Paint your buggy for 75 cents I -" I ; Just think vc make it possible HI j for you to make a new buggy out Hi 1 of your old one for the small sum H ' Scvcnty-flvc cents. H The paint Is mixed all ready for use H t R0 nny one can put It on. Hi It's made of the best material HI r and will not peel or crack the 1 , first time the sun shines on it. HI i It has a gloss like Varnish finish Hk j that will stand exposure. Hi I Drop In and we'll tell you more HI about It, and we'll show you color H I cards so you can make your sclec- Hi tion. Of course we have brushes HI to put, It on with. I! RITER BROS. DRUG GO. H Do you expect to do j: any Papering this l! Spring? It If you do you will make the mistake Hv j of your lives by making your selection H,' without seeing the most elaborate Hj line to be found in Logan, carried by ! CARDON, BURNHAM, & GO ' ' 112 Main Street. TAKE & & The Oregon I Short Line! . . p For all North P...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 14 April 1903

THE REPURL1CAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 14, 1003. H Hs's Old Street, Logan H-" and ine Farm Imple Bs, etc fchor Iron Has and Mil- Bing Kn hand. LLLLLLLLLLLLLLmlve and Hg THORESOH, Mgr Sec (m ' I 111)3, at tlio front door ol IrrfWM I County Court I Louse, Logan Clty.Utald I to pay the delinquent assessment, to-l I gcther with the cost or advertising I and expenses of sale. I ElJWAKD IlANSKX Secretary. The Rich-Cache Mining Company Logan City Utah, dated this 10th day of February, 1003. By order of the board of directors made March 18th, 1003, the date for tho above assessment to be paid, was extended to the 20th day of April, 1003. Also the sale of delinquent stock at that date is extended to May loth, 1903, at the same place as above in i dlcated. Edwaud Hanskn, Secretary of the Rich-Cache Mining I " " Company. Apportionment of School funds. County Snpt. of School George M. Thompson, announces the follow ing division of State school money among the districts of this county: District Amou...

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. — 17 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I ' TWICE- A - W E E K I VOL- I LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL J7, 1903. NO 51 I BASEBALL SEASON In Logan and Hyrum is Opened with Defeats for Loganltes. Tho first game on the local diamond was that between tlie B. Y. C. and Logan teams on Tuesday. The game was a little oil In color, at least so far as the Logan team was, concerned, tho score standing 11 tol In favor of the 15. Y. 0. at the end af tho 8th Inning. Just who Is to blame for this ignomi nious defeat of tho Logan lobsters may te remain untold, but it is said that tncy themselves were more respons ible for It than tho 11. Y. C. boys, liar ton was as wild as a March hare, and Gallagher is too fat to play ball, any way. The College boys Jumped into the game at the start with a vim and dash that netted them five scores in the first inning, enough to have won the game had they not scored again, but they continued their work and lopped a corner off tho horsehide at every opportunity. The most adm...

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. — 17 April 1903

H THE LOGAN REPURLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 17, 1003 If HEALTH LAWS IN ENGLAND. r H Physician 8ntls(led They Have Been B "s Productive of Good. H Everybody by this tlmo la f.mlllar m ' ; with Uio pronouncement ' of science Hg that spitting Is a habit, wlilch, npnrt M from Its unplcnsant until ro, Is fraught, K ' In tho enso of consuiuptlvo persons, Hjl with great danger to tho nation at H: : large. Something must havo been ac- H ', compllshed In tho way of lessening H , . tho practice from tho advlco to refrain H ( ' from It legibly displayed In public H j "places," from tramenrs to postoniccs. Il'i Local lnws firo also In operation for HI'' tho punlflhmunt of thoso who offend. HI ! A Liverpool Investigation showed that Hi' of 105 "samples" of expectoration ex- Jf .; nmlned five contained virulent, that Is, nctlvc bacilli of tuberculosis. I am HI i at least glad to see tho condition of Hfji rallwny carrlogos Is beginning to ro HIS; celvo attention. They nro "plnccs" HJE much requirin...

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. — 17 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 17, 1003. tH ', lnFWVER RIO GRAN, PE 1 SdMHHMMiMB ,. I The Scenic Line to Glccnwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvlllc, Pueblo. Colorado Springs, j Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. I Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all ! Southern Paclllo and Oregon Short Lino trains. The only Transcontinental Lino passing directly through Salt Lake J j A Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between Q OGDEN AND DENVER. Jl "Via Three Seperatc and Distinct Scenic Routes w J m mm , Ordinal I Sleeping Gars to m lb Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago Without Change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursions. "I M-lM-H-i-H--lH-M9HHM-H' I 9 DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all through trains. d" 1 I For aatcs, folders, free illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your J- I nearest ticket agent, sbcclfying the Rio Grand route, or address 15 j I. A. BENTON, 6. P. A., Salt Lake City. JOSEPH NEWBOLD Has the ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 April 1903

WgMKrrlZ!SIIBHXaSlJLM!Jfn&r'rir -m--,- : r mi mm im i nun i im i inmmm!imS!nmlulmm THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 17, 1003. I The Logan Republican iM,1 LIIOAN, OAGIIK COUNTV, UTAH. H&S: MOORE Si TUUNKlt, PUBLISHER Kr' (l.KSSKKS.) pHt; Olllclal Republican Organ of Cache KM&JK. County, Utali. EFlHjF l' - ifjSttrWfy . Of, by and for t lie Republican party &''" llrst, last and always. i A few Facts. f During tlie- few yea is prices In gen . ' cral have advanced on all commodi ties. A great deal of care has been used lu pieparlng a schedule of prices, showing the per cent of advance and thu relathc bearing of the produoUs that are consumed. Much talk has been Indulged in, as to thu advance prices that arc paid for the necessities of life, which Is true and cannot be denied. In order lumctur to ascer tain the true conditions of the whole country, statistical reports that are anthoried by t lie liovcrntnciit and made by mciubeis of both parties Democratic and Repu...

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. — 17 April 1903

H'J , THE LOGAN KEPUHLICAN, LOO AN, UTAH, APIUL 17, 1003. If SOCIETY IS UNIQUE Hjj FORMED FOR RELIEF OF DE- Bit, CAYED MILLIONAIRES. K -. R ' Philadelphia Association of Rich Men m ) Has a Fellow-Feeling for Those Once Bl Wealthy but Now In Distress. BBl i BB It is curious and, Indeed, startling, BB ( says tho Philadelphia North American, BB , to find that right lioro In this city BB t Uioro has oxlstod for nearly fifty years BB without tho knowledge) of moro than a BB few persons an association of mon do- BB voted to a uniquo and unostentatious BB i well-doing. Public Ignoranco of tholr l j enterprise is all tho moro rcmarkablo B 1 from tho fact that among theso men BB & are somo of tho wealthiest, most in- BB I fluentlal and best-known citizens In B I tho community. BB m Hut It Is tho unusual character of BB E their bcncflccnco that attracts inter- BB ffi est. All Uicso men tiro woaltby somo BB fi beyond tho dreams of avarice but Bm their purposo has nothing to do with BB fi t...

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. — 17 April 1903

i THE LOGAN ItEPUHLIOAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 17, 1003. i Paint your buggy (or 75 cents mmtammummmmBamKumm Just think wo make it possible iMf5x for you to make a new buggy out ftt of your old one for tlio small sum H- of Seventy-live cents. &-"R Tlic paint is mixed all ready for use BS& wt so any one can put It on. B& ,P It's made of the best material El'1-,' and will not peel or crack the fife ;'' first time the sun slilncson It. HK '" It lias a gloss like Varnish finish W$ik: that will stand exposure. mm" Drop in and we'll tell you more mk f about It, and we'll show you color ffp &.' cards so you can make your sclec- BKj t tlon. Of course we have brushes Ka- to put It on with. W l RITER BROS, DRUG CO. Etw . 11. Do you expect to do K:' J. any Papering this E1 Spring? K If you do you will make the mistake K of your lives by making your selection K, r without seeing the most elaborate WI& line to be found In Logan, carried by I GARDON, BURNHAM, & GO Rll v ( 112 ...

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. — 21 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I - TWICE- A-WEE K H VOL. 1 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1903. NO 52 SEVERAL DEATHS Two at Hyrum, Two at Lewiston, and one at Salt Lake. Julius Johnson a well-known and much respected citizen of Hyrum, died at 3:10 p.m. Monday. The deceas ed had an operation performed more than a year ago, but never fully recov ered, and his death Is attributed to t'ie cltccts of the same. He was 55 ycrs of agc,had made a host of friends diriiig his life time, and is sincerely mwirncd by the entire community. Mr. Peter Larscn, also of Hyrum, I passed away at his home at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon of Monday. Ills dc mlso was sudden and unexpected, he having been able to attend services twice on Sunday. Mr. Larscn was an old man, having passed four-score years, and his death was probably from old age and attendant weak nesses. The old man had ever been prominent in nyrum affairs and was known as a good, kind, christian gentle man. A joint funeriil service will ...

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. — 21 April 1903

islllw lr H , THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, AI'JllL 21, 1003. Hi HE TOOK A DAY OFF 1 ELDER'S EXPLANATION OP HIS 1 FALL FROM GRACE. H Had Deen a Faithful Member of the j Church for Forty-six Years, and H Finally Succumbed to the Wiles of B Satan. m t Irving Bnchcllor can always toll a B story of tlio north country, and this Is ono of them. i "Up In St. Lawrcnco county," ho H Bald, "thcro was a God-fearing old m man who lived In a small vlllago a B few miles from Potsdam. Mr. Parker ' was nn elder In tlio church, a good B husband and father, and a worthy t citizen, who was much respected In tlio community. Ono day ho hitched H up his team and went off with a load m of produco from his farm to I'otsdnm. K Night fell, but Parker did not return. B Ills family was much frlghtoncd, for PB such a thing had never happened bo- BH fore, and they felt suro that some evil PPJ had befallen him. Ills son went to PPJ Potsdam and called at all his father's PH accustomed haunts, only to find tha...

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. — 21 April 1903

I " THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 21, 1003. 'fl F REE ! H To All Out Subscribers I i I 1 I IftllTi FARMER I Salt Lake City, Utah I , . ., ' . ' & a y '' 'jt ; "t '" "'"" " ' '"'' 'i''-- - ' '' ' "' II During the next SIXTY DAYS I we will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer , 5 1 Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I When Paid In Advance a J v , - i. j:.r;JJMB

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. — 21 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAK, UTAH, APRIL 21, 1003. I The Logan Republican W LOOAN, OACIH. COUNTV, UTAH. M . MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER &, (I.K9SKK8.) jk'iB Olllclnl Republican Organ of Cache rcKp County, Ulali. if; Br fa,. Of, by and for tlie Republican party Rt&flp lirst, last and always. k&Kk' ''Who Is going to solicit subscriptions KftjHP" f0r D,c lmpiovciiicnt and maintenance K-lBt' ' of lno ,il0l'r,,i,i;'u square? Various Ml ? public spirited citizens have exprcss- HjfE " cd a deshe to contribute liberally for r p .such a purpose, and there is little Kg I . doubt that by a systematic and deter- j wG mined eiroi ton the part of those In- IKr m, terested, sulllclcnt money can be so- SJgk Er" cured to make almost any Improve- nT Br int-'iit tliere that iiay be desired. In El k- ' view of these facts, is it possible that HftL E no one will take the matter In hand lit Ip and push It? The time Is ripe for action lip Ip the matter has been agitated to such itflPl, an ex...

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. — 21 April 1903

THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 21, 1003. H 'V ABAI 25 LlliJlOl Vj -B::: KNITTED flMl k to mcnts HU Our Ladies Summer Gloves VV take the Lead JUt Cache Knitting. Works "3 .lust at present wo want to call your attention to our Stock of , PAINTS, OILS and Varnishes A little time, and a little expense will make your, house your pte your wagon or your buggy look like new. Call and let us show you our line. We Want Your Trade. Go-op GROCERY & DRUG GO 14-20 Center Street. One person tells another of the magnificent line of WALLPAPErS we are showing. This . Is why wc sell so much. Drop In and Look it Oyer. , 'TIs no trouble to show 12 you through the sam ples. r,00 to select from. Everything new. WILKINSON & SON. I l Opp. Postotllce. I Odell's Studio FOR Photo's I Successor to I THOMAS & ODELL. Assessment Notice. The Rich Cache, Mining Company principal places of business, Logan 8 City, Utah. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of Trustees of The Rich-Cache...

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. — 21 April 1903

ifflr lYff E LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 2LI003 saH i H' A BLUIW THAT WON Hf HOW MR. PERKINS ILLUSTRATED H AN ARGUMENT. Vj Showed How Easily Bandits Can In- i11" tlmldate a Tralnload of Passengers Object Lesson Not Enjoyed by Fellow-Travelers. Hi i"1 It was about C o'clock In the even ing of a summer day on a wcstorn . bound train passing through a thickly iiiih ' wooded country. A compartment at HHJ ' the end of the train had stood empty day. HB. A slight, fair, quiet looking man ; who had boarded tho train during tho H' aftornoon threw down his paper and BBV yawned. Then ho looked around tho J1 car. His nearest neighbor was a man j from Omaha, stout, pompous, with n J! very largo diamond on his left hand Bf J and a most Imposing chain and seal BBf j on his waistcoat. Mr. Perkins sug- BBg , gested tho possibility of a nulot gamo BBa , of cards. Thrco other men willingly BBlj Joined thorn, and they took possession BBT, of the compartment, playing quietly BBgt for small stak...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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