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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 May 1903

I, I Official Directory. pr r I County Officers. .District Judge, Charles II. Ilart. District Attorney, Frank K. Nebekor. County Clerk, A. L. Farrcll. H County Recorder, Rebecca Eamcs. H County Attorney, W. W. Maughan. H f County Treasurer, W. C. Parkinson. H County Assessor, Jos. J. Richardson. H County Suneyor, IC. C. Shaub. , H County Plijslclan.Dr. 11. W.Parkinson. .Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. 51. Thomson. H County Fish and Game Warden, H R. II. Thornlcy. I Precinct Officials. I.OOAN 1'ltKCINCT. H Justice, Thomas X. Smith J Constable Jacob C. Johnson. Jtoad Suticrvisor, Michael Andrews. H A VOX PIIKCINCT. H Jusslcc. Oliver F. Davis, B Constable, none tic vote. BB .Aon Road Supcrisor, James Jensen. BB PAHADI8K rjtEClNCT. Bfl Justice, John P. James. Bfl Constable, John II. Gibbs. Urn Jtoad Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. mm liYitUM riiEciNcr. B Justice, C. T. Olscn, B Constable, Andrew G. Ncilscn. B Jload Supervisor, O. P. Olsen, H MKNDON 1'ltKCINCT. BS Justice, Andrew Sorcnson. BB Consta...

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. — 29 May 1903

,' ' Tin: iiepuhlioan, logan, may 20, 1003. l Paints Ready for Use. $K That's the stoty MP ' and an Intcicstlng one too at this y ; tlmeoftlic jcar when thcicarc j, ' so ninny little tilings around to ( be touched up. Big thing too ! 'cause we can sell j ou enough 1 paint to cover jour whole house ' Inside or outside and bam too. ' Hut wc.11 sell you as little as jou ' want-jtistenoiigh to touch up a i chair or a bench. We'll sell jou paint that won't peel 01 ciack, the llrst time thG V, hot sun strikes It. 'I'hcie's 11 big assortment here,most . anj color jou could fancy, and some over. t Come in and get a color card and let ,s talk paint a little. Pi Ices run from 20 cents to $2.00 1 Of course we have brushes of all kinds. i j RITER BROS. DRUGJO. The Star ! ) Grocery at, the White House j 34 CENTER ST. , Telephone 41 Y, canles a full ' linuof f Green and Staple It Groceries, Teas, l ' Coffees and Spices, f Stationery, Hooks, and Periodi cals. 1'iesh Cieamcry Butter - and Kggsalwaj...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 June 1903

.THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I , TWICE-A-WEEK I VOL. 1 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1903. NO 63 PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION A Hearty one and Participated in by Thousands of People. - CROWD SECOND TO NONE IN SIZE Said a Member Presidential Par ty. A few Notes. The President's visit to Utah was a most pleasant 'one, and tho people of the state did the handsome thing by him last Friday. Salt Lake City, the pi ldc of the State and the metropolis of the Inter mountain country, was a blare of glory and good cheer and many thousands greeted the chief executive there. Tho paiade was a most Imposing spcctclc, and second to but a limited few on the president's tour. The Presidential party arrived In the city at 8:30 a. m. and at D:lfi the president addressed the school child ren of the city from a reviewing stand outside of the city and county build ing. At 10 o'clock, ho addressed an enormous assemblage In the taber nacle, then dined with Senator Kearns, and left for Ogdcn at 1 p. m. At Og...

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

B aHBaaBMaBaMBaMaBBBMBBBBaaaBBMBHMMMaHHBHBaKBMBlH H T5he REPUBLICAN. H LOGAN, ... UTAH. PH Good clothes and Impudence often PH pass for rlchcH and education. H The fashionable sleeves this year PH look like those a llttlo girl cuts for her H first PH Mr. Carnegie gave away 12,100,000 PpH and then went to Kuropc. Few of us PpH could do that. PpH i In former days school teachers occa- PpH jlonally struck; now It Is the school PpH children who strike. PpH Sir Henry Irvine has appeared In PH London as Dante. It must have been PJH a cheerful performance. PH Thirty circus elephants marched In PJH aJiifle file over the Brooklyn bridge. PH And the brldgo Is still there. PpH Tii New York Ledger was sold PJH for a sum less than It used to pay PJH Bylranui Cobb for a single story. H Prosperity has been good to the In- H dlans. It has given them money faster H than their white brothers can steal It. H Count Speck Von Sternberg and his PPH wife will spend the summer at Dub- M liu, N. H . Is the ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 June 1903

I I Official Directory. I4- ' I .Cotmty Officers. Jistrlot Judge, Charles II. Ilart. District Attorney, Frank K. Ncbeker. County Clerk, A. L. Farrcll. County Recorder, Itcbccca Eames. County Attorney, V. W. Maughan. County Treasurer, W. C. Parkinson. County Assessor, Jos. J. Richardson. County Surveyor, K. C. siiitub. , County riiyslcian,I)r. H. W. Parkinson. Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. County Fish and Game Warden, It. R. Thornlcy. Precinct Officials. LOOAN 1'ltEC'INCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith Constable Jacob 0. Johnson. Road Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVON NUCOINCT. -Jusslcc, Oliver F. Davis, -Constable, none tie vote. .Avon Road Supervisor, James Jensen. TAltADISK ritKCINCT. Justice, John P. James. Constable, John H. Glbbs. .Road Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. f HVKUM ritKCINCT. Justice, C. T. Olscn, Constable, Andrew G. Nellsen. Road Supervisor, O. P. Olscn, MKNDON I'llKCINCT. Justice. Andrew Sorenson. -Constable, P. It. Ulrd. Jload Supervisor, Normon Bird. WKLLSV1LLE 1'l...

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. — 2 June 1903

I I ' , THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JUNES, 1003. I The Logan Republican B LOO AX, CACIli: COUNTY, UTAH. I - MOORE 4: TURNER, PUULlSIIEIt (lksskks.) f, . Ofllclal Republican Organ of Cache H County, Utah. r Of, by and for the Republican party I - llrst, last and always. 1 Market Quotations. ' H Tuesday, .Mine 1st. Milling Wheat 7fcbus White Feed Oats 41.15 cwt H Table Potatoes :10c bus Onions, jellow, choice fiOocvvt Hj Chickens, live 7 to Hen. Eggs UttoMc I lay, baled Alfalfa.... $7.r0 to $8 ton " " Timothy U.G0 to $10 " H Hogs, lie fat lie Hi " " .stock 6J to file Hi B In his Philippine lepoit Gen. Miles H , takes very high giound on the sub- Hj Ject of conducting war. His opinion H has materially changed since his HJ Indian lighting duj s. Hj Cuba's surplus of tL',800,000 last j car Hj is a credible .showing. Uncle Sam's Hj example has not been lost on the Isl- Hj and he liberated and allowed to fonn Hj a govcrniennt of its own. Hj An olllclal estimate made of the for- HJ e...

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. — 2 June 1903

' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, JUNE 2, 1003, H IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHYr7 'The Merril Handy WagonJ fs the Handiest thing you ever saw. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE. They arc STRONG AND DURABLE and are Handy, too. Ask your neighbor aboutthem. Don't forget the place to buy the OLD RELIABLE MOLINE PLOWS. If you don't have nMollncDlsc .Plow) you arc, losing half yourllfe. For prices and circular write to William Merrill RICHMOND, UTAH Capital and Undliided Profits, $65,000. Interest Paid on Time Deposits The First National Bank lj LOGAN, UTAH W. S. McCohnick, President. Ijfy. Quayle, 1st Vice President. Allan M. Fleming, Cashier; J. E. Siiepakd, Assistant. Courteous attention givento all business entrusted to them. Foreign Drafts Issued on all the principal cities of the world. The Cache Valley Implement Co. At D. R. Roberts' old Stand, South Main StLogan; also Smithflcld and Hyrum, Carries a complete line of Farm Implements, Wagons Buggies, etc. , ' Agents for WASATCH NCHOR IRON FENCE, c...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 June 1903

JRSBLMWSkVI BY HENRY JBiWBOLT 11 vsS2?$S&L lNURWVONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. I fi" PCHMIiilON Of J ' RAND.MSNALLY & CO. . (CHAI'TKU I. Continued). "It Is unrenHonnlile," she said, "though not quite In the way you mean. , You hud, I nm sure, no thought hut to honor me, mid I thnnk you In nil sin cerity for your homage. But you havo nctcd In this without due consldora tlon " He would have spoken, hut she raised her hnnd to check him. "you did not reflect that we have not, between us, all that should go to tho making of a marrlnge. You have a ' man's strength and faith, an honorable name, a career of promise It Is much to bring; I have beauty, wealth, and a high spirit; these, too, perhaps, are worth something; you love me, and there Is, I dnre be Bworn, no rcaBon why I should not love you. -Uut where In all this Is the string that binds the posy !P ffr together where Is tho guarantee of our H tranquil nnd continued friendship oftor- " HJP ward? I sometimes think," she con- . J Unt...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 June 1903

ScliTwSce HER HEALTH I Addreta Dr. Hartman, Prtaldeat ot The ttartmaa Sanitarium, Columbug, Oblo, tor free advice. l-8m. E. DOUGLAS By v Y.$3.Binil $3.82 Shoes HS8! WV M w KeT Tau can save from S3.O0 to as .CO TaarW J fcw K a bywaartaf W.I Douglas a.M or S3 Shsxa. If laT ! w It Tasy arc Juit m food in eeery way m thoaa that IM Xf V0jB hare been eoitlagjoti from $4.00105.00. The m mmwki iy . atMaw Iiense sale w. J,. Douglas sboes prorea B WaW I Oil. .IBWtbsIr superiority orer all other niskes. I jat TOP bv SkJ.floM "7 ratal! euoe dealers eTerjwhers. Aft eamWA. 2ft . " Wtlbs. KtaV Tba asaulne biT name ana price raVrPssMX aaaV. T "TBA VVN IflrW stamped on tba bottom. Taks ao '''8HMIiHkri CATALOG fXfrtMkwubUtuta. faitCnlorXitlttiuitd. fv WaTmiBJJiaiiffimi'Z. K kv w. 1. nougias sm dm Kdga A', nrnr AiJXDauSSSnlUiiKu Una cannot bo aajnalletl te Tii Dtar ft irMr !! t UtKrtUaai .. w. I. SouilM uikM and Mlla mon ratn'a pr4rfs - aiibi -a4 ugfr wH iMtMr OoodjMr welt (liand-Mwtxi proca) shoe ikk...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 June 1903

' THE REPUHLIGAN, LOGAN, JUNE 2, 1003. h , i. Paints Ready for Use. &" That's the story ' ' ft " i and nn interesting one too at this SKI- l'mc of t'ie Jcar wncn ll'cre arc $ BEtf so n,at,J' "tt,c things around to 4' H&5 ')0 loucnc(l "!' Hit? tiling too K "" sal? 'cause w e can .sell you oriough i (v paint to cover your,w hole house f m ' Inside or outside and barn too. 5fc JEe But wc.ll sell you as llttlo as you ' BaP want Just enoUgh to touch up a r ' chair or a bench. Hfe1 We'll sell you paint that won't & Jw ' ,,ct'' or c,ac'f' lll "rst' t'"10 f'0 n ".'' bot sun strikes It. li Wi ' i g 15 There's a big assortment liere,most 7 jR ' any color Vou could fancy, and b' IT '. some! over. ' K Coinellu And get a color caid and H' , LL lot.s alll paint a little. IPl Prices', run from 20 cents to $2.00 B. a$k' OfcoiiWewe have brushes of all R H ' kinds. W f m RITER BROS. DRUG CO, 'P ; m mn --"- fw The Star -' Grocery ' '' at the White Hous6 K. 34 CENTER ST, Wh- Telephone 11 V,...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 June 1903

.THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEEK H VOL. I ' LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903. NO 64 'JH i M BUSINESS OF . THE COUNTY Of More or less Importance Trans- I acted by County Board. On the leconimendatlon of Robert Hertford and others, .Tames AY. Lindey was appointed to till the acancy caus ed by the lcslgnatlon of Thomas Lloyd from tlie constabulaiv of Mt. Sterling. The resignation of Mai Inns Coolcj-, Justice of the Peace of Newton Prc- fi rJL- cinct, was accepted, and on motion of r Darlcy, John E. Griflln of said place was appointed to fill the vacancy. A contract for furnishing the county recorder with additional steel vaults was awaulcd to Mr. C. S. Pul- ver, representing the Ait Metal Con- k structlon Co. C. O. Dunn asked that an amuont be appropriated to assist In putting In a certain dam near his land in College precinct, and on motion of Darley $."0 was appropriated. Commissioner Anderson was ap pointed a committee of one and with power to act In matter perta...

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. — 5 June 1903

Sir H v H T5he REPUBLICAN. B H LOGAN, ... UTAH, UTAH STATE NEWS. H Sevier cutuily'n public school grnd- H uatcs are moro numerous this year "S than over before. H Tho San Pedro road linn already B sixteen engines of tho lntcst typo, and H moro aro coining from tho shops, fl Mrs. William Hoylnnco, ono of H Sprlngvillo'fl oldont residents, Is dead. H jMrs. Itoylnnco enmo to Utah and sot- H tied In Sprlngvillo In 1853. H At a meeting held In Salt I-nkc City H last week, resolutions woro passed H ' "condemning tho brutal atrocities per- H petratcd upon tho Jewish peoplo of B Tho electrical workers who wcro H formerly In tho employ of tho Utah HHJ J.lght & Power company aro on a B utrllic, domandlng that tho company HHl , rocognlzo their union. H J, T. Cfokons, n rough rider, was H thrown from his horso during tho pa- H rado In honor of tho prcsldont In Salt B Lake, alighting on his head, sustain- H Ing serious injuries H I Over J 1,000 wns secured by pick H pockots during tho prcHld...

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. — 5 June 1903

J . Official Directory. County Officers. District Judge, Charles II. Hart. DistrictAttorney, Frank K. Ncbckcr. County Clerk, A. L. Farrcll. (uiityltccqrder, Rebecca Edmes. ' County Attorney, XV. XV. Maughan. County Treasurer, XV.'G. Parkinson. County Assessor, Jos. J. Illchardson. County Surveyor, JC. C. Shan't).' County Physician, Dr. 11. W.Parkinson. Supt'. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. County Fish and Game Warden, R. P. Thornley. Precinct Officials. LOGAN rilKCINCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith .Constable Jacob U. Johnson., Road Supervisor, Michael Andrews! A VOX l'llKCINCT.1 1 Jusslce, Oliver .F. Davis, : Constable, none tic )ote. I .Avon ltoad Supervisor, James Jensen. l'AHADISl', l'llKCINCT. Justice, John P. James. Constable, John II. Glbbi: t ltoad Supervisor, Thos. XV. Obra'y. T I1V11UM 1'ltUCINCT. . Justice, C. T. OKpiv Constable, Andrew G. Nellscn. ltoad Supervisor, O. P. Olscn, ( MKNDON 1'ItKCINCT. Justice, Andrew Soicnson. Constable, P. 11. Ulrd. ltoad Supervisor, NorraomBlr...

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. — 5 June 1903

H TUB LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JUNEc, 1003. " ' The .Logan Republican H LOGAN, CAC1I K COUNTY, UTAH. H MOOHK & TURNER, PUBLISHER H (lksshks.) B Olllclal Republican Oigan of Gaelic H County, Utah. H Of, by and for the Republican paity H first, last and always. H Market Quotations. H Tuesday, .lime 1st. H Milling Wheat 75c bus H "White Feed Oats l.lo cut H Table Potatoes 30o bus H Onions, jcHoh , choice Mccnt H Chickens, lle 7ro8c!t. 1 icggs i:iitoHc H liny, baled Alfalfa.... ST.fiO to $3 (on M " Timothy $i,r.O to IU " H Hogs, lio fat Hell) M " " stock '. to r.jc li. H Announcements. H The tegular Priesthood meeting of H the Hcnson Stake of .Ion ill be held H on Saturday .Mine 0, 100.1 at 11 a. in. H Wm. 11. Li:wis H Ai.ma Mkuiiii.i., H 11. A. IlKNDItlCKS, H Stake Presidency. H The regular Pi lest hood meeting of H the Ilyrum Stake of Ion will beheld H In Iljrum on Saturday, .lime 0, liiOJ, H Id at a. H W. C. Pauki.so., H Gko. O. Pitkin, H I. C. TlIOKKSKN, H Stake Pjesldcncy...

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. — 5 June 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, JUNE C, 100J, $"" IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHY . The Merril Handy Wagon fT,firrrttUT,!j,c;r JOon't forget the place to buy the OLD RELIABLE MOL1NE PLOWS. If you don't have atoltnc Disc now you arc losing half your life. For prices and circular wi ite to William Merrill RICHMOND, . o jt. UTAH Capital and Undivided Profits, $65,000. Interest Paid on Time Deposits The First National Bank LOGAN, UTAH ' r "W. S. McCoknick, President. .Us. Quayle, 1st Vice President. Allan M. Fleming, Cashier. J. E. Siiki-aiid, Assistant. I 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. At D. It. Roberts' old Stand, South Main St., Logan; also Smithllcld and Hyrum, Carries a complete line of t Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, etc. Agents for WASATCH ANCHOIl IRON FENCE, cheapest and best made.Extras for DEEIUNG and MIL WAUKEE IIAVESTING MACHINERY always on hand. Our ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 June 1903

DOGS FOR USC--IN WAR. German Military Authorities Thlnl Idea a Good One. InstructloiiH hnve been Issued tc tho Jagcr or illlo ttoops of the Uortiint nrniy In icliitlon to tho use of wni dogs. Tho principal work In whirl thoy arc to bo employed Is seoutlni nnd patrolling, tlio tinnnmisHlon ol Intelligence from outpost nnd tin maintaining of communication hu twpon sentries nnd the posts to which tlicy nro attached. Te breed most suitable for tlio sen he Ik tlio Alri diilo terrier, but nt Hip miiiio tlmo, nnd until fuither orders nro received, tlio huhncrhund, u rough bnlred (lor limn dog, Is to be tried It Is rccmii mended Mint only puio-brPd nnlmnli of known origin ami good qualities lit employed. DIIIkpiico Is lo bo exor clsod In training tliem to carry moH sages from outposts nnd return nnd to bo vigilant In attracting the atten Hon of tho sentries when strangers approach. Each rompnny Is to have at least two well-trained dogs and thu number of nnlmnls attached to a bat tnllon will...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 June 1903

H i'r ' FRIDAY IS BY NO MEANS VNLVCKIEST DAY OF WEEK Popular Superstition Disproved by Fact. Gathered by BBS Painstaking Statistician-Many of the World's Most BBB Momentous Events Started or Concluded on Friday. BBB . Friday, It has been discovered by BBS f-a- patustnkltiK and laborious statist!- BBB clan, Is not the unlucklest but actual- BBB ly the luckiest day of the week. BBB Taking all the great calamities BB which befall humanity, tho palimtak- BBB Ing gatherer of facts has discovered BBB that tho general average gives tho tltlo BBB of "lusklest day" to Friday, and that BBB of tho unlucklest day to Monday. BBB The moral Is plain. Dowaro of Mon- BBB day. BH In ono line alono It has been found BBB that Friday doservca Its present title. BBB In railroad accidents Friday heads tho BBB list 80 It Is wise, If you bo supcrsU' BBB tlous, to avoid beginning a Journey on BBB Friday. H Tho "thirteen superstition" was BBB knocked In tho head long ago. nnd It BBB was to bo supposed that an...

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. — 5 June 1903

M TIIK UKPUBL1CAN, LOGAN, JUNE C, 1003. . V- I H ... . . , . tJ- H A Full Line ot Painters Supplies B Anything a good painter needs B vv 111 be found licrc B AVc say Rood painter B 1 localise our matcil.ils aie the 1 best that arc made, and of B course only good painters use the B best matcilals. H Dry paint, and paint giound in H oil. Boiled oil, Haw oil, Turpcn- B tine and Varnishes. H And bniiiics too H Fiom ti little sash tool up to the H biggest w ill brush 1 Kiom the camel's hair pencil up to H the l.ugcst Varnish lliush. B And all pi Ices at less than H you'd pay elsewhere, RITER BROS. DRUG GO. m iHHHnBBBHaBBaMBMBMBHHBMMMMl The Star I Grocery B at the White House M 34 CENTER ST. H Telephone 41 V, curies a full J line of m Green and Staple H Groceries, Teas, B Coffees and Spices B Stationery, Hooks, and Perlodl- J culs. Kiesh Cic.uncry Butter J and Kggs always on hand. Call J and see us, y on will be accorded J good ticatmcut S.B.&0P THATCHER H 1'ItOl'UIETOIt's. B l tali M...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

HBHH jwhshbh hbh1 IhhbhI I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 TWICE- A-WEEK I VOL. I LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1903. NO 65 fl I AT THE B. Y. I C. FRIDAY I Graduates listen to Apostle I Smoot and Receive Diplomas. Tlic 11. V. C. commencement exer cises were held In the college audi toilum last Fiiday morning at ll::i0 and were very delightful in their nature, the immense audience that Hilled the spacious chapel enjo.v ing to the uttermost the dllTcicnt utimbcis on the piogiam. , The college band, an organization M . that has shown lcmarkable dcvolop Hr ment in a musical way during the past I few months, tendered In a cry dc- I llghtful way that stirring selection the "Vanguard March" followed by I the college choir in a remarkably well rendered selection from the opera "Norma". The work of the choir on this production is deserving of highest praise and has been accorded that. Apostle M. W. Merrill offered prajcr and the college orchestra rendered a selection that was truly enjo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

1 ' V I LOOAN. - - UTAH. . ' A bad cold Is tho surest thing to bo . ij caught on n llslilng excursion. Apparently tho bear that walks like n man also lies like a gas motor. 1 Thoy'vu got now bo that thoy simply I 4 nsk, "What's the Bcoro?' Thoy know ! who lost. Li' A woman considers that aho has no f clothes at all It somo other woman I, I has moro than she has. i I ,! I Ono of tho Important things In tho education of a boy Is that ho should 5 learn to keep his lips together. a Tho Hcllanco has boon outsailed In & a trial rnce, but porhaps thoy aro merely trying to draw Sir Thomas on. ' 4. l nut Isn't tho hows that "Ilussla f 3 takes Manchuria" something llko tho f ,old Joko about tho Dutch taking Hoi land? -, The sultnn Is fluently making prom- Iscs. Tho troublo Is that ho Isn't gon- '$ ! orally so fluent when It comes to keen- s i ' Ing them. Tho way a woman apologizes to a ir, man Is to think tip something ho has jji i dono which demanded an apology 1, I i from him. if , f Al...

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