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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 May 1903

THE KEPUHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAII, MAY 10, 1003. H F REE ! I To AM Oat Subscribers I ? , i . . 'H ' ' ' 'iH I 1MB FARMER 1 ;. ;.,. Salt Lake City, Utah . 1 ft '.''--' "". JfiT', iHHMMMMHHa ' , ,tt f, c ' '" -" H During the next SIXTY DAYS I '- ha i , . , ,'- .v . wc will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer. Mtfnw k ,H ; 1 I I Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 i 1 When Paid In Advance : K ! I I m

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. — 19 May 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 10, 1003. . I ! . . 1 The Logan Republican K IOOAN. OAOHK COUNTY , UTAH. fe B . V mooiu: & turner, uiiLisin:it ' H (l.KSSHICS.) v S 4, OlUci.il Republican Organ of Cache J ' ' County, Utali. I;, K ' Of, by and for the Republican party Jp llrst, last and nlwas. He It Not Unworthy. ! , If one lias failed to reach the end lie sought, IfoutofclTortnogioatgoodlswrought, ; ', It Is not failure, if the object be j The betterment of man; forall tliathc t Has done and suffered Is but gain To those who follow seeking to attain i ! The end he sought. His efforts they j Will find arc guide posts on the way ' To that acconipllsninciit which he, j ' For some wise purpose, could not be The f.ictor in. There is a need j , Of unsuccessful effort ; 'tis the seed Whose mission Is to lie beneath X The soil that giows the lauiel wreath, And he is not unwoithj who ' I Falls struggling manfulU to do AVhat must be done, In dire distress, . ' That others may obta...

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. — 19 May 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, MAY II), 1003, 1 : I I IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHY The Merril Handy Wagon is the Handiest thing von ever saw. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE. They arc STRONG AND DURA IILE and arc Handy, tooAek yoiir neighbor about them. Don't forget the place to buytheOLD RELIABLE MOLINE PLOWS. If you don't havo-flHlHollne Disc Plow you are losing half your life. For prices amlplfcular write to William Merrill RICHMOND, jk V UTAH C. C. JENSEN Wagon and Carriage Repairing of the very best kind done on Short Notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed. REASONABLE CHARGES always. Adjoining John Lundbcrg's blacksmith shop and Jacobsen the horeshocr, South Main Street. Don't fall to call on mc when needing work In In my line. You will be treated squarely. THE OLD PIONEER BLACKSMITH John P. Ltindberg IS STILL AT THE OLD STAND ON SOUTH MAIN ST. All work Guaranteed, and done on Short Notice. You can't alTord to pass by when prcrs and quality of work are considered. Expensive Improvements have bee...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 May 1903

p U7 THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, MAY 19, 1903. H; 1 JAPANESE POLICE AND RATH. How a Political Leader Understood B the Reading of the Law. HBf Tho following account, exemplifies B tho thorough manner In which Japan- gso ofllclalH carry out their orders. HB J The Droglston Zcltnng" Bays that last month tho police of Koho distributed BB1 i to every house In town a package of Bl I arsenic, with directions for tho uso of BB I the poison printed on each package, !m which latter was to bo used In tho destruction of rats, In accordance with tho plan of tho department of health In fighting Oio plnguo. A very pronil- BBh ( nent citizen of Kobe, and a political BBj leader of some note, on tho day nttor B the distribution was mado, called at BBV ! tho onico of tho Kobo Chronicle nnd BBj ) lodged a complaint to the crtcct that BBm J he had been grossly Insulted by the BBV I police. According to his nccount, a BBV ' police oillcer on tho foregoing day B had walltcd Into his dwelling and H ' without a ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 May 1903

' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, MAY 10, 1003, M PiiSSRDGRA'!i RIDSRANDEWSlggW I The Scenic Line to Glccnwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvlllc, Pueblo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points cast. I Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all I Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line trains. I The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake 3- I Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between ft I OGDEN AND DENVER. .1 I Via Three Sepcratc and Distinct Scenic Routes I wmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamamm I Through Pullman, and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas'.Cityst Louis and Chicago Without Change. . Free Reclining Chair Cns. Personally Conducted Excursions. DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all through trains. For aates, 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 City. NEW BUILDING. NO INSIDE ROOMS. HOTEL EAGLE. t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 May 1903

I THE REPURLIOAN, LOGAN, MAY 10, 1903. I I The Star I ! Grocery at the While House 34 CENTER ST. H B Telephone (1 V, carries u full f lincuf I t Green and ' Staple I 1 1 Groceries, ' Teas, I J Coffees and Spices. I I m Stationery, Hooks, and I'oi lorll- 1 cals. Fresh Creamny Hut tor H : and Egg$ajwa)Son hand, ('.ill m and seeusMou will boaccoided 1 good t rc'.ilmciit S.B.&0P THATCHER H proprietors. , H TlicO & I'. Illllldllig Co. has Just M received wo car loads or additional! H f stocl id clscwhi'ic Paints Ready for Use. That's the story and an Intcicstlng one too at this time of tho )car when theic arc so many little things around to be touched up. Rig tiling too 'cause ho can sell on enough paint to cover jour whole house Inside or outside and barn too. Hut we,ll sell jou as little iisyotr want Jtistcnough to touch up a chair or a bench. We'll sell jou paint that won't peel or crack, the Ijfst time tlio hot sun strikes Ry Theie's a big assottment hcic,most anj color joi c...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

,TTHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEEK I VOLt LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1903. NO 61 fl NEW FACTORY AT LEWISTON Residents of that Place Expect to Secure Sugar Factory. Thoic arc well authenticated rumors alloat to the clTect that a sugar factoiy is to be ctcctcdat Lew is ton, and the tumors arc substantiated, in away, by teccnt teal estate deals in that vicinity. In the past tew dajs Mlchcal Stanley, Isaau Smith, Uilah , Hrowcr, George Allred and Samuel 8r Allen liave disposed of their land, and ' it confidently believed that It has been bought for a syndicate composed of Mcssts. Chas. .Nlbley and Thomas Cutler, Ptcsldents Geo. C. Parkin son and Win. II. Lewis, and others. The land putchased amounts to about 1200 acres, and the price paid ranges from $50 to $90 per acie. The Lewis ton people believe that the above named syndicate will erect a sugar factory there and arc feeling quite jubilant ocr their prospects The beet ralsets In that vicinity hae had grievances w...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

1 ' , fc Her Advantage. j.' J "Oil, denr," said llttlu Harold's . B mother, wlio was having .1 toucli of ' ' I" tho common trouhle, "I neem to ache . j, all over." , ff "Woll," said her sweet clilld. "I'm j-.' aorry, Iml not nt (sorry ns I'd I10 for father If Iip felt tlmt way." K1' "Wliy would you foul more sorry for ' 7our fnthrr, lovo?" f k " 'Cause they'd lie such a lot nioro K of him to nrhe." v , What Ho Had Done. t, & Repentant Ixiver I have really re lit ttfc ronBlilorcd iny proposal aid curnrstly B dcBlro to be released from tho betroth T1 W ' Tlilt" Kold watch with tho dlnmoud ? f encrusted rare la yourH If you will S y nay 1 am free. f W Miss OldRyrlo (Iho me time to con- V elder. E. Repentant Lover (Ireal Cacsarl C E Isn't that what I've Just offered you? wv 8ff W An Appropriate Name. & Br Uilnn I don't Itnow whether to call ( I my lloston bull terrier I'ninpey, Sclplo, If ' fc or Cnes.ir Jp Aillnir (who ban had a sad oxper- &' ft lenco with tint torrlur) I t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

' SECRET SOCIETY IN PLOT TO I 4 DESTROY BRITISH SHIPPING An attempt to blow up the Cunnrd lino steamship Umbrla, sailing from New York last week, with more than .four hundred passengers and a crew of three hundred aboard, was frustrate , ed In tho nick of time. j . Just beforo tho big ocean liner sail- ,ed an Infernal mnchlno containing 100 'pounds of dynamite was found on tho dock at tho foot of tho first cabin 'gangway ready to bo taken nboard tho .ship. Fuses were already burning, and It is estimated by tho police that tho ; i Hpark would novo touched tho dyna- i mlto within five minutes. I A letter written In lead pencil, and i .fe sent to pollco headquarters, gave ! "R warning of the plot to blow up tho Umbrla. This letter was headed "A Warning from tho Mafia," and In It a man whoso namo Is withheld by tho pollco stated that there was a Mafia grlovanco against tho English steam ship lines. Ho described tho box, and said that tho clockwork which It held was set to explode tho dy...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

' H THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY M, 1003. H The Logan Republican M UMAX, CACIt K COUNTY, UTAH. I H MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER M (lksskki.) H Olllcial Republican Organ of Cache H County, Utah. 1 Of, by and for t lie Republican parly B first, last and alvvajs. H Market Quotations. H . Tuesday, MAY 2(1. H Milling Wheat 7fcbus H White Feed Oats $1.15 cwt B Table Potatoes .'lOcbus J Onions, yellow, choice fiOccvvt Chickens, live 7 to 8c in Eggs 13toUc H Hay, baled Alfalfa.... 7.f.O to fS ton H " Timothy JU.JiOtoSU) " H Hogs, lhefat (Ic , H " stock ratoiilon. m l P. O. Hansen, one of the .stone cut- (tcis of Logan, has leccntly received u consignment of two c:us of Caonp stone fiom Uolton, located on I), and It. O. It. It. This stone Is used for the bases of tombstones, caps and sills for ' doors and windows and is bald to be 1 the ery best for endurance against, all , climatic conditions. B Some pci son fiom Leulston sent a B j. communication to this oMIcc, signed m J "fair ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

y- THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, MAY 2(1, ioo.1, fH j - . it's Handy and that's why The Merril Handy Wagon is the Ilandlcst thing you ever saw. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE. They arc STRONG AND DURAHLE and arllandy, too. Ask your neighbor about them. Don't forget the plate to buy the OLD RELIABLE MOLINE PLOWS. If you dont have a Wine Disc now you arc losing half your life. For prices rfnd circular write to William Merrill RICHMOND, vVe UTAH Capital and Undivided Profits, $65,000. Interest Paid on' Time Deposits The First National Bank LOGAN, UTAH "TV. S. McCoiinick, President. Jab. Qua via:, 1st Vice President. Allan M. Elkminq, Cashier. J. E. SirKi'Aitu, Assistant. W Courteous attention given to all buslnessicntrustcd to them. Foreign Drafts issued on all theljiinclpal cities of ttic world. The Cache Valley Implement Co. At D. R. Roberts' old Stand, South Main St.,, Logan: also Smlthticld and Hyrum, Carries a complete lino of t Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, etc. Agents for WASATCH A...

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. — 26 May 1903

I ' r I 5e REPUBLICAN. ' H LOOAN, ... UTAH. . H Money Is n great lover, also It Is a H great leacr. H The bear Hint walks llko a tuan Is H Sot walking (utt of Manclmrla. H llcrr Mont la not all hail. Tha ofil- H ecru certify that ho wns good In Jail. H ' A Paris doctor nays that corsets H 'cbuso appendicitis. Hut men lmvo It. H Tho latest cahlo dlspatchos Indlcato H 'that Ahdul Azl. of Morocco has ab- H (lulcated. H Wo Taluo our friends for their stor- H ling qualities, hut llko them for tholr m weaknesses. H Mrs. Thaw oxplnlns that tho Earl of H Yarmouth is gatting nothing but a H baro living out of 1U H A school teacher Is a person cm- m .ployed to give parents II vo hours of Q pcaco and qtilot per day. B It Is not what a man thinks, but H -what ho thinks ho thinks that deter- M mines his mental status. Judgo 1 Tho best wny for tho amateur gar- m doner to plant peas Is to plant thom J canned. Then his crop won't fall. IConsuclo, duchess of Marlboro, Is now tho remarkablo possessor...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

! cupola. (ifT SKETCHED MJ BYRON WLUAttS I When Fate Juggled protoplasms, I jncro attention wns paid nnglcrs tlian J pools, Tlio deduction Is Invulnerable, I Docs not Isaak Walton say: I "Angling Is somewhat lll;o poetry, 1 men nro to bo born so." and nro there not moro fishermen than poets? Occasionally wo see a man that Is lioth n poet nnd an unglor. You will Tecall Longfellow's vultures that como not singly! Such a man Is to bo pit led! Between getting nn Inspiration nnd a bite, and his friends can never tell whether bo Is nbotit to start fish ing or go Into n trance. This com bination of bobbers nnd metio Is sup posed to bo tho author of that touch ,A lng, bit of verso wo havo so often '.quoted on tho rolling river bank, our itoes In tho sand nnd a lively angle worm cavorting In our grimy hand: "When the wind h In tho north, Skillful fishers go not forth. When the wind 1h In tho south. It blows tho halt In tho Hall's mouth. When tho wind Is In tho east, 'Tls neither good for man...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 May 1903

' j I 4i J THK ItEI'UHLIOAN, LOGAN, MAY 20, 1803. N' I I Paints Ready for Use. That's the story and nn Interesting one too (it this H time of the year when thc'ic arc so many little things around to be touched up. Hlg thing too . 'cause we can sell j 9(1 enough ' paint to cocr jour' whole house 1 Inside or outside and barn too. Hut we.1l sell joias little as jou m want Justcnoijgh to touch up a ' chah or a bench. l We'll sell jou paint that won't 'f ' peel or craok.thc llrst time the ' hot sun strikes It. There's a big assortment hcrc,mosL any color jou could fancy, and j some 6cr. j Come In and get a color wild and ' f let.s taVc pillnt a little. Pi Ices ijn from l!0 cents to 82.00 i 'r OfcouistXwft have blushes of all t . kinds. 1 I RTER BROS. DRUG CO, BSEtSa I I II 111 1 I Ij The Star II Grocery IjJ at the White 1 louse ! If 34 CENTER ST. f Telephone 11 Y, canles a full Iff line or f ' Ij Green and Staple - B ' Groceries, Teas, It! r Coffees and Spices. I Stationery, Books, and P...

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. — 29 May 1903

.THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEEK S 0 a M ft tH VOL. J LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903. NO 62 11 I ALL HONOR TO THE PRESDENtI I Today, the Chief Executive of the greatest nation on the globe is within the borders of the State of Utah. At Salt Lake H City thousands are gathered to do him honor; the Stars and Stripes are floating everywhere, bands are playing, and all nature is joy- H ful; partisanship is buried today and citizens, regardless of political affiliations, from all over the state welcome Theodore Roosevelt B the President and statesman, that man who has demonstratad that he is of, by and for the people. And it is welL H Cache county honors him and has sent 350 people and 50 Rough Riders as participants in the exercises of the day, 'yet these iH honor the President ho more than the thousands who necessarily remain at home. We all admire and respect him, and in behalf of H w the loyal, liberty loving people of this county The Republican extends a graciou...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 May 1903

H I ' I ! I AS THE WORLD II REVOLVES M MUST LEARN TO TALK CHINESE B Hard Task Ha Been Set New York H Detectives. H New York iletcctiveu who have H been rattling what they thouRht wcro H Chinese fnn-tnn gnmefl havo been con- H fronted with proof that they wcro ronl- H Jy Interrupting Orlentnl religions wnr- H ship. Now their chief wniits a coSfllo H of them to learn Chinese, to avoid H tliumiliatlUK mlHtukes In tho future. As H ;most of thu detectives lire Celts they H do not take kindly to tho notion and H tho InngnnKo of tho llowcry kingdom H Ih notoriously hiird to lenrn. Ono whlto H innn ulio hnd conducted a Chlncao H ,tlicatrr In Mott street for ten years. H ilma a vocabulary of only 121! words, H , con lined exclusively to expressions H 'Hytionymous with money. While the H idutcctlvcs nre wondering what to do H fan-tan or Joss worship or some mys- H .tcrloun game, spiritual or material, Is H flourishing In Chinatown. B PRESIDENT TO UNVEIL SHAFT H Fine Soldiers' Monument Hat Bee...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 May 1903

I PRESIDENT TO MAKE ADDRESS ON HISTORIC ILLINOIS SPOT Tho great granite rock from which President Itooseelt addressed the peo ple of Freeport, 111 , Juno 3, marks tho historic spot on which Lincoln nd Douglas stood In ono of their sovon dehatts. Tho rock was brought from Dovtl'u Lake, Wisconsin, by funds raised br members of tho Frccport Wom an's club. Another reminiscent feature oft President Itoosovclt's speech was the presence on tho presidential stand of Congressman HItt, who at tho tlmo of tho great debates was tho shorthand reporter for Mr. Lincoln. YOUNGER INSISTS ON HONESTY Ex-Bandit Proves That His Reforma tion Is Complete. At La Plata, Mo., tho other day, Colo Younger did something original, especially for a Bhowman and an ex- I bandit. A patron of his wild west show told Younger that ho had been 'short changed out of $5 by an em ploye of tho show. Ho pointed out tho man and Younger went to tho em i ploy o and said: "Give this man his money back." "What money?" asked I tho...

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. — 29 May 1903

j '. LOOAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 20, 1003. The Logan Republican lli I.OOAN, CACIII5 COUNTY, UTAH. ijf? WES MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER & (lksskks.) IK, ) I ft,- Olllclal Itcpubllcan Oigan of Cache t IF County, Utah. ill wjfrv Of, by nnd for the Republican party lip llrst, last nnd always. Ij Market Quotations. It" Tuesday, MAY '.!(!. I Milling Wheat Vficbus J White Feed Oats 91.1C cwt Table Potatoes 30c bus Onions, yellow, choice fiOccwt f Chickens, lle 7 to 8c It. t, Ubks v Ml to He f t Hay, baled Alfalfa.... ST.oO to $8 ton If ii ii Timothy S'J.f.o to lo " if Hogs, llvcf.lt (C Hi If ii ii slocc fiitOoiClli t .& I h II To bo angry with a weak man N to 5 proc tli.it jou aie not very strong mi youisclf. Ii' II , Dcmociats may as well goon voting Vb for Clc eland as anybody. ItNp.Uhet- IF lc to think what the parti would do II ifClecland should die. H' K Theie Is a satisfaction In knowing that Mr. Roosevelt is able to take cure of himself under most clrcum- stances wi...

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. — 29 May 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, MAY 29, 1003, H I J I ' " '' I IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHYgSS The Merril Handy Wagon is the Handiest thing you ever saw. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE. They are STRONG AND DURABLE and arc Handy, too. Ask your neighbor about them. Don't forget the place to buv the OLD RELIABLE MOLINE PLOWS. If you don't have aMollnc Disc Plow you arc losing half your life. For prices and circular write to William Merrill RICHMOND, & UTAH Capital and Undivided Profits, $65,000. Interest Paid on Time Deposits The Fitst National Bank ( m . LOGAN, UTAH W. S. McCohnick, President. Jas. Quaylk, 1st Vice President. Allan 51. Fleming, Cashier. .1. E. Shkpakd, Assistant. Courteous attention given to all business entrusted to them. Foreign Drafts issued on all the principal cities of the world. The Cache Valley Implement Co. 1 At D. R. Roberts' old Stand, South Main St-, Logan; I also Smlthtlcld and llyrmn, Carries a complete line of I Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, etc. I Agents ...

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. — 29 May 1903

BIB B BBBBBb fl T5he REPUBLICAN. BBBBBM H BBB 1 LOdAN, ... UTAH, H I NORTHWEST NOTES. One section of Montnnn Is oaten up BAY I y locusts, while nnnllior IIcb undur BBv throo feat of Hiinw. BBY Tho romnltiH of Puici'll, Murray and BBY Miller, tho three men killed by n envo- BBj In nt tho ICglnnol mliio. at Lincoln, HAY Mont., have been recovered BBV The athletic incut between tho mil- BBV versltlos of Washington anil Iilnlio, BBg 'which wan to ho hold at Seattle May BBf 30, lias been called off liy tho Idaho BBg BBv Statistics omlletl liy President T. BBg (!. Power (if tho Monlnnt Plato board BBg of sheep commlsslonem, fixes tho to- BBj tnl number of sheep lost In tho iccent BBg blizzard at HO noo BBj Harry Andoison. a coloicil hoy aged II. has ennressod to sotting flic to tho BBm Montana club building at Helena on BBj April 28. anil Hald that ho ilfil It In BBj order to hoo tho lire (Icpartnicnt inn. Attorney V. I). Dinner of .Missoula, Mont., died suddenly last week of j pneumonia....

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