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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 21 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPURL10AN, LOO AN, AARIL 21, 1003. 'H IJIDEBANDEWigSPW ) The Scenic Line to Glccnwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadville, Pueblo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Ogded Union Depot with all Southern Paclllc and Oregon Short Line trains. The only Transcontinental Lino passing directly through Salt Lake 3- I Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains .Daily between Q I OGDEN AND DENVER. -I Via Three Scperatc and Distinct Scenic Routes v Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago Without Change. Tree Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursions. r DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all through trains. For aates, folders, free illustrated booklets, etc., inquire of your nearest ticket agent, sbecifylng the Illo Grand route, or address I. A. BENTON, G. P. A Salt Lake City. I JOSEPH NEWI50LD Has the Finest line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishings in the city....

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. — 21 April 1903

m H fl THE LOGAN 11EPUHL1CAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 21, 1003. mi i4 Paint your buggy for 75 cents I .lust think wo make It possible I for you to make a new buggy out of jour old one for the small sum of Scvcnty-tlvc cents. The paint Is mixed all ready for use so any one can put It on. It's made of the best material and will not peel or crack the first time thosun shines on It. It has a gloss like Varnish finish that will stand exposure. Drop In and we'll tell you more about It, and we'll show you color cards so you can make your selec tion. Of course we have brushes to put It on with. R1TER BROS, DRUG CO, Do you expect to do any Papering this Spring? If jou do you will make the mistake t, i' . of your lives by making your selection ' without seeing the most elaborate '"'w line to be found In Logan, carried by If CARDON, BURNHAM, & GO I Wm 11" Main Street. "I AM FOR MEN!" HENRY GEORGE A GREAT 5 CENT CIGAR For Sale by the Leading mer chants of Logan: Rltcr llros. Drug Co., Co-op O. &...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEEK I VOL. I LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. NO 53 H SERIOUSLY BURNED Mrs. Frank Nebeker meets with unfortunate accident. Mrs. Frank K. Nebeker, wife of District Attorney Nebeker, wossevcr y burned Thursday morning. While burning some newspapers In tho yard at her homo on East 3rd North, her apron caught fire, which quickly en veloped her In flames. Marshal Crockett, who was passing In a buggy, xijjfio her assistance and with tho aid ' ornclghbors, had tho flames extin guished in qulto a short time. Dr. Budgowos summoned and with Dr. Caldcrwood soon had tho unfortunate lady bandaged and resting as com fortably as possible. A nurso was at once procured who will attend her during the time she will bo in getting over her burns. Her right hand, on the back and the entire palm, was burned, but the severest injury is the burn on her back. All from her shoulder to her waist was burned painfully and it is to this that the doctors say most ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 April 1903

HLw H I ! I J . THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 24, 1003. a, ' ' HOW HE MI88ED S3S,00(M00. H1 H i Five Mrnutea Earlier and He Would 'j Have Owned De Beers. Hi V. V7. Balxman, tho oldest South H. . African colonist, mlsied by about flvo HB. j minutes tho acquisition of a fortuno Hv of over 8G,000,000 tho great Do l( ' ltccra diamond flcldn, now ono of tho HB richest mlnoB In tho world. H, Ho wai surveying arlqualand when Hi tho original ownor of tho famous Ht farm, W. Vo Doors, hold It. It was ! ' J then about as barren and hopolcss looking a tract as any lu Africa, and , i ' Do llccrs, with endless hard work HH j from morning till night, and very lit- HBI I tlo help, had nil ho could do to scrapo HB ' a living out of tho place. HH . Thero wan hardly nny wator, and Bii grass was ncarco and poor; tho total HH' profits only nmountod to a pound or HH two per month. When Mr. Sal-man HH: I I had complirtod his survey Do Uecrs B I tlrrd of profitless toll on his patch of V j I Bim...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 April 1903

THE REPUBLICAN, L0C1AN, UTAH, APRIL L'J, 1003. ' M H ' - . . . . . . . H -FREE! I I -."! fl I To All Out Subscribers I "''?. H I H ',?!. I H I - 1 .mWll FARHFR I Salt Lake City, Utah I H El d I I ., .!-.. - , j r H ' i'.t ' , H , v ' , ' ' - "' ' X n H H H 1 During the next SIXTY DAYS i). , ' H i - ' 1 ' ''V "' . m-" we will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer ,; ' ' 1 I Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 t; !S When Paid In Advance i n , t I j - 1

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. — 24 April 1903

., - i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 24, 1003. ft ' The Logan Republican UL LOO AN, OA01IH COUNTV, UTAH. I MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER I (i.ksshks.) 't Ortlclal Ilcpubllcin Organ of Cache I I County, Utah. I F j Of, by and for the Republican party f wak Hrst, last and always. feBfe.- A Letter from R. W. Abel. She Wlli v- W"a Walla, "Wash. JBI April II), 1103 & ?, Editor Itcpiibllcnn: J- W I will now take time to drop yon a F'' WEI few lines from the "Inland Empire" S&iHr which will probably llnd a since In & ,Kr your valuable columns. HHl?5 With an attendance of about 100 Eg-' flr members the ;Valla Walla county 0&. u't. Teachers" Institute opcnedTlts'an- Hp JJF, nual session in Whitman ";Collego W&mt chapel April 17th at !::io. gjl flr At the close of business on April 0th puC the two national banks or Walla Wa?- jwjfr la held In deposits the total sum of H w $2,i;:tfi,SS().(H). WJKV The Walla Walla military band has ftyjfl, engaged the services of ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 April 1903

1 ' lBIVJ THE LOGAN REPUHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 24, 1003 H . u o rUt p . u. o, Dorothy Dodd Dorothy Dodd OXFORDS $2 50 and $3 00 Sii'. 1 I LACE BOOT $3 00 and $3 50 u The "Dorothy Dodd" Shoe possesses style in the highest degree The Faultless Fit is another point to be considered THE WEAR WE GUARANTEE , The "Dorotoy Dodd" is worn by the swellest trade in town U O S0LD EXCLUSIVELY 15Y TJ o ' JKJSgv 1 UNION MERC. CO. "SB" mam'' IRS (asl M' KNITTED hH VH Black -aiiimlu -M VHEgyptian Hl PiCotton Cflf- BHhw -M ments MJ HHP Wear all HHHHJf T Summer. wMVMV Our Ladies Summer Gloves and Hosiery take the Lead iMB ' Cache Knitting Works W& TAKE & & & I The Oregon Short Line! . . For all North Pacific Coast Points Portland, Seattle. Spokane, Tacoma THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, SAF EST; ELEOANT EQUIPMENT. New Double Daily Train SERVICE BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY AND PORTLAND. W D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A Salt Lake City, Utah. Odell's Studio FOR Photo's Successor to THOMAS &...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 April 1903

I i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 24, 1003 ' r - mh HANNA AND HIS HASH. SjPV Solicitude of a Serving Man Lest He H' Indulge In It Too Freely. W '. l As Is generally known, Senator Han- ilk. na Is Inordinately fond of corn beef Sf hash, and whenever ho takes lunch at HK tho capltol restaurant ho orders that IE- dish, which ho has taught tho cook to prepare In a manner peculiarly his St own. As a result ho has had many K Imitators and "corned beef a la Han- WB na" Is a favorite luncheon dlRh with BI many senators. When Shaw, tho head - waiter of tho scnato restaurant, wants HL t it prepared with unusual caro he or- , V; ders It this way: f'B- "One corned beef hash for Senator ,' B" ' Hanna." f H The restaurant was doing a great , Hjfi business ono day and everybody Ifl seemed to want corned beef hash. IB Fourteen times tho order for "corned ', IV - beef hash for Senator Hannah" was V shouted to the chef. When tho fit- Bfc teenth order went down thero was a , H rumbling nols...

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. — 24 April 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, APRIL 24, 1003. fl I IM1nveP,0GRA1e I The Scenic Line to Glccnwood Springs, Aspen, LeadvHlc, Pueblo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas Olty, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points cast. Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line trains. The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between ft OGDEN AND DENVER. .1 Via Three Scpcrate and Distinct Scenic Routes w Through Pullman and Ordiary Sleeping Gars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago Without Change. Free Reclining Chair burs. Personally Conducted Excursions. .r DINING CARS, Scrvlco a la Carto on all through trains. For aatcs, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket agent, sbeclfylng the Rio Grand route, or address I. A. BENTON, G, P. A Salt Lake 1 JOSEPH NEWBOLD Has the Finest line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishings in the city. Give him a c...

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. — 24 April 1903

If 1 ft j.. THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 24, 1003. H Paint your buggy for 75 cents I Just think wo make It possible foryou to make a new buggy out of your old one for the small sum of Seventy-five cents. The paint Is mixed all ready for use so any one can put It on. It's made of the best material '' and will not peel or crack the first time the sun shines on It. It has a gloss like Varnish finish that will stand exposure. Drop In and we'll tell you more about It, and we'll show you color cards so jou can make your selec tion. Of course we have brushes to put It on with. RITER BROS. DRUG CO. Do you expect to do any Papering this Spring? ijjl I j If you do you will make the mistake H , ' of your lives by making your selection H without seeing the most elaborate '-. line to bo found In Logan, carried by ' GARDON, BURNHAM, & GO m 112 Main Street. "I AM FOR MEN!" ' HENRY GEORGE A GREAT 5 GENT CIGAR For Sale by the Leading mer chants of Logan: Illtcr llros. Drug Co., Co-op...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 April 1903

B "tPhWI I !hh1 IJHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 TWICE- A-WEE K 9 I VOL. J . , LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1903. N.O 54 H I CONFERENCE NEWS I J I Meetings were well at- I tended. Quarterly Confercnco for Cache Stake convened Saturday at 10 a.m. B There was a very small attendance at B the Saturday meetings but Sunday the B Tabernacle was lllled to overflow Ing. I Many have asked the Question how I the tabernacle accomadatcd the Cache H stako before the division'. As it is it seems a larger edifice must be gotton B iMk?" to accommodate the Saints. B'r The theme of all the speakers seem- B cd to be the education of the young in B the principles of the Gospel. The par- B cnts were urged to enjoin upon their B children the necessity of becoming B members of the different societies of B the Church, and to get them into the practical workings which would ground I them in tho faith. The Brigham Young College was pralsca for its I cfllclcnt work and recommended to B the parents for...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 April 1903

BSySBBfiBilijpl""! , g THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APML 28, 1903. H ' f - . i - B , . ; M, , BBBBP . ., , . ss'bbjsIisssi.,. HMf I SHOES WERE MRS. SMITH'S. Consequently the Two Ladles Are No Longer Bosom Friends. Mrs. Smith nnd Miss Brown woro onco tlio bosomost of bosom frlonds. In fact, Miss Drown was a constant visitor at tho houso of Mrs. Smith. Sho was slaying with her as a guest ono hitter cold frosty morning, and tho two wero going for a walk. Miss Urown, ready first, stood warm ing herself ly tho dining room fire. t "Dearest," called Mrs. Smith from ' ' upstairs, "1ms Jano put my Bhocs to wnrm at tho dining room flro?" "No, darling." Miss Brown replied, "yours nro not here, but your hus band's ore." Presently Mrs. Smith entered tho room, evidently not In the sweetest of tempers. Sho viciously picked up tho shoes from tho fendor, nnd left tho room, tossing her head. , Then It downed upon Miss Brown ' II i that sho had mndo an awful blunder, II ' nnd that tho shoes bolo...

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. — 28 April 1903

THE REl'UHLICAN', LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 28, 1003, jH -FREE! I --j i . K - To All Out Subscribers I ' I IMiNl FW! bbbsbs a : Salt Lake City, Utah I H During the next SIXTY DAYS I I , .. w ju ivc THE jwke k REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer fc Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I 1 ' ' '" 'H I I ' . When Paid In Advance I

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. — 28 April 1903

if'1 &S . THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOO AN, UTAH, AP11IL 28, 1003. H S . The Logan Republican H L I.OOAN, CACIlie CQUNTV, UTAH. K MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER JV (i.KSBKKS.) It . -"-",""'"'"""'""' S i Oftlclnl Republican Organ of Cacbc ii f County, Utah. jj 1 Of, by and for tlic Republican patty 1 , ilrst, last and alwajs. ff An eminent medical authority pre Hf" ' scribes beef In lai go quantities for con- Ig sumptlvc patients. If, however, the fl P consumpllc has any heart trouble, H '. extreme care should bo taken hi kecp- IflT Ing hhn fioin seeing the butcher's wk bills. '' B, The target practice In the A met lean Iff navy Is apparently having good ic- '.' tip. suits. In a lccent trial the gun point- ', Hp crsof three of the tltlitccn Inch guns ' IL on the Indiana made 100 per cent of ; hits In target woik, and the pointets if each of the four thh teen Inch guns on 4 the Illinois made 75 per cent. The j 1. targets weie 17 feet high by 21 feet 11 , long, the mlnhnum distance 1000...

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. — 28 April 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 28, itX3 M I Dorothy Dodd UNICN MERC. CO. Dorothy Dodd I r Have just received a new line of "Dorothy Dodd" shoes and I oxfords, which they invite the public to call and examine before I purchasing eleswhere, I WHEN YOU; BUY a 'Dorothy -Dodd' you can feel satis- I fied that you are getting the latest. They possess 'style' in the I highest degree and are Faultless in fit and wear I I Special attention given to this department I Oxfords gS Lace Boot gg m I DOROTHY ---' - - - - : ' DOROTHY I DODD DODD HUH 1Z Ll Ul Thf asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaraaB SaH Tm t KNITTED mmk H Black M1IIILU HHM H Egyptian iBiH ) k ments K r Wear all H Our Ladies Summer Gloves HH H and Hosiery take the Lead smlM I " . Cache Knitting Works. HSR TAKE , , The Oregon Short Line! . . For all North Pacific Coast Points- Portland, Seattle. Spokane, Tacoma & TIIE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, SAF EST; ELEGANT EQUIPMENT. New Double Dally Train SERVICE BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY AND PORTLA...

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. — 28 April 1903

i I h THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 28, 1003. J TKI3UTC TO REEE'S QREATNES3. ll Dett Minds of tho Country Attracted tjW to Maine Statesman. HI' State Senator Goodwin was ono of Spjfc tho speakers on tho day that tho Malno uK legislature set apart (or tho memorial SJfj tribute to tho lato eminent native of WL Its state, Thomas Brackctt Heed. In MM the course of his remarks ho said: ijjB "Mr. Reed never hurried, yet ho $ was always prepared. Ho never did a j3I great act but that ho scorned capable ill of doing a greater. Ho was possessed j c to a wonderful degroo of roservo ,'llf. power. felt , "Tho Speaker's room at Washing- ic & ton, during his rulo was the rendes- vous of tho brightest minds of our I., country. Eminent scientists, famous K, writers, powerful flnanclal magnates, ft and great social leaders, all found In him a receptive mind and a sympa- ' thotlc listener. ' "Ho was a philosopher, accurate In ; his Judgment of his followman. In a ! single sentence ho c...

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. — 28 April 1903

TIIE L0GAN KKPU1JL10AN, LOGAN, APRIL 28, 1003. M The Scenic Line to glccmvood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvillc, 1,'ucblo. Colorado Springs, Dcnvdr, .Omalia, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and nil points east. Connecting at Ogded Union Depot with all Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line trains. The only transcontinental Lino passing directly through Salt Lake . 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between- t ,ri mi o OGDEN AND DENVER. A m Via Three Seperatc and Distinct Sdenlo Routes Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago Without ChaiigeT" Free Reclining Chair (Jars. Personally Conducted Excursions. t ytf DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all through trains. For aatcs, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket agent, sbcclfying the Rio Grand route, or address I. A. BENTON, G. P. I., Salt Lake City. JOSEPH NEWBOLD Illas the Finest line of Clothing, Shoes, Ilats, and Gents Furnishings In the city. G...

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. — 28 April 1903

II' 9 jj ' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, APRIL 28, 1003. ; I Pain your buggy for 75 cents Just tlilnk wo mnko lb possible foryou to make a now buggy out of jour old one for the small sum of Seventy-five cents. i The paint Is mixed all ready for use so any one can put It on. It's made of the best material nnd will not peel or crack the . first time thesun shines on It. It has a gloss like Varnish finish that will stand exposure. Drop In and we'll tell you more about It, and we'll show you color cards so you can make your selec tion. Of course wo have brushes to put It on with. RITER BROS, DRUG CO. Do you expect to do any Papering this I Spring? , k If you do you will make the mistake of your lives by making your selection . tv without seeing the most elaborate If line to be found in Logan, carried by IS i r I! CARDON, BURNHAM, & GO 5 ' 112 Main Street. "I AM FOR MEN!" HENRY GEORGE A GREAT 5 GENT GIGAR For Sale by the Leading mer chants of Logan: Uitcr Bros. Drug Co., Co-op O...

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. — 1 May 1903

MH LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 I .H TWICE- A-WEEK 1 M IBS I M LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY I, 1903. " ' " 1 TBLLI I coincteMSIMBBBBBBBBB I sad on account of his w idowcd mother being an Invalid, nml Carl was her main support. Mrs. Peaison seems I to be having more than her share of I trouble. Four j ears ago her husband was expected home when the sad news readied her that he had been killed on a railroad, and now the sec ond accident In a slmlllar way. Call was seventeen years old and has al ways been a study boy, being veiy kind to his mother. -, The sympathy of all goes out to f " Mrs. Peaison and we trust that her remaining da swill be brighter than those of the last few jcar. Mis. Kate Biaton Ashmcnt seemed u divorce from her husband James Ashmcnt last week. She left for Oie gon Monday morning. The couit gave her the custody of the thico' Ijoungestchlldien, and the two older bojswero given their choice as to which one of the patents they should Join. They chose to go with their...

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. — 1 May 1903

Ij j THE LOGAN RKPUBLIOAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 1, 1003. H I Juliet wouldn't permit Ilomco to swear by tlio chnngcful moon. Pro Eiimnbly slio feared It wns made of green clioese, or smenrenso! In Boiuo countries an oath 1b taken upon tho sword. Amorlrnns solemnly swear by the Holy Illble. When In a young and nebulous stato wo wcro prono to swear by "Honest Injun," "Across our heart," or "Hopo to dlo!" hi historic days, howover, there wob oven less of uniformity, and somo of tlio alternatives to Impress tho sworn wcio original. Wo recall an Incident In tho history of Normandy. Tlio English and tho Normans wcro busily engaged at this tlmo making epochs for high school geographies. Tho reporters mid tho historians wero working day and night and having tbelr coffeo brought to them. In n moment'of distraction tho Saxon King Harold permitted William of Normandy to get him hors ilu com bat. Wllllo tho horso wns on Harold, hill had all tho old bones and relics of tho Norman monasteries collecte...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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