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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

L 'y Official Directory. M I County Officers. H District Judge, Charles II. Hart. District Attorney, Fragile K. Ncbckcr. I C6un1ty.6lcrk, A. L. Farrcll. I . fiCoilnty Recorder, Ilebccca Eames. I . i 'County Attorney, w. "W., Maughan. County Treasurer, W. C. Parkinson. I . wCo,,nty Assessor, .Tos. J. Richardson. I . County Surveyor, K. C. Shaub. County Phjslclan, Dr. U. W. Parkinson. Supt. Co. Scliools, Geo. M. Thomson. County Fish and Game Warden, R. B. Thornlcy. Precinct Officials. LOOAN I'ltKCINCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith Constable Jacob C. Johnson. Road Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVON rilKCINCT. Jussicc, Oliver P. Davis, Constable, none tie ote. Avon Road Supervisor, James Jensen. I'AUAOISK I'ltKCINCT. Justice, John P. James. Ij. Constable, John II. Glbbs. OH Road Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. m llVltUM I'ltKCINCT. I Justice, C. T. Olson, Constable, Andrew G. Ncllscn. , Road Supervisor, O. P. Olsen, MKNDON I'ltKCINCT. H Justice, Andrew Sorcnson. Constable, P. R. Rlid. .Road Supe...

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. — 9 June 1903

MitK''""-"'" """MWi.mmsawi u v t-uiixdiwmj- iir-- .m,. . . .MHMiHHHHHHHMHHHHHHIIIIBHHHBBMBBHHIIIMHIIIIHIIPJIyyyyyH I H THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JtiNEO. 1003. m . - j I About President Roosevelt's Renomination. H The action of thePcnnsjlvanla ic- H publican statu com cut Ion and ttic H result of tlio controversy in Ohio In H the withdrawal of all objections by H Senator Hanna to the endorsement of H l'rcsldcnt Roosevelt arc accepted all H over the country as Instil lug the ubso- H lutcccrtalnltyof the president's nom I H nation next j cat, barring unforeseen H and Improbable accidents. H Not only Is there no competitor H making an active contest forthc prlc, H which Is the legitimate object of Mr. B Roosevelt's ambition and the natural B tribute to be expected from the poo- HB pic If tl icy are satisfied with the dls H charge of the duties forced upon him B by the tragic death of President Mo HH Kinley, but theic is no apparent H chance foi a competitor if he did caic H to ...

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. — 9 June 1903

THE LOGAN REPURL1CAN, LOGAN UTAH, Jl'NE I), tOO.l, HhI 1 fr" j IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHY CZ1 The Merril Handy Wagon is the Handiest thing you ever saw. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE. They arc STRONG AND DURA RLE and arc Handy, too. Ask vour neighbor about them. Don't forget the place to buy the OLD RELIABLE MOLINE PLOWS. If you don't have a Mollnc Disc Plow you arc losing half your life. For prices and circular write to William Merrill RICHMOND, jt UTAH Capital and Undivided Profits, $65,000. Interest Paid on Time Deposits The First National Bank F LOGAN, UTAH W. S. McCounick, President. Jas. Qitaylk, 1st Vice President. Allan M. Fleming, Cashier. J. E. Siiktaud, Assistant. Couitcous attention given to all business entrusted to tlicin. Foreign Drafts Issued on all the principal cities ol trie world. The Cache Valley Implement Co. At D. R. Roberts' old Stand, South Main St., Logan; also Smlthfleld and Hy rum, Cairles a complete line of I , Farm-Implements, Wagons, Buggies, etc. Agents for WAS...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

I J! The Irreverent Caddie. fl I-tcut. den. Miles tins taken to rolf. BB Tho other day ho was going the rounds V of Chevy Clmsa at Washington, liav- 9 Ine a critical young person as caddie. BB Tho eoncral, who as yet is far from I being an expert, rolled tho ball Into BB depression from which he seemed BB unable to drive It. Ho struck tho Dls- BB trlct of Columbia three or four mighty BB , whacks, but only succeeded In moving" BB the ball a few feet The fourth pro- BB dlglous effort wns a humiliating failure BB and the caddlo said' "Seo here, old BB chap, you'll havo to do bettor or quit." H HOW HE MIGHT LOSE. H Millionaire Could Not See Why Ht BB Should Duy Burial Lot. BB Not long ago u prominent financier, BB vhoso nic.Ht prominent characteristic, I acordlng to the popular opinion, Is BB closo-llBtedness, wns tho recipient of a BB visit from an ngent whoso lino It is to BBF solicit orders for burial lots. BB On emerging from tho private ofllco BB of the moneyed man tho agent was B...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

REGISTER OF THE U. S. TREASURY a USES PE-RU-NA FOR SUMMER CATARRH Summer Catarrh Afflicts Men and Women. HON. JUDSON V. LYONS, Iftgfsltr of (ho United States treasury, in a tetter from Washington, D. C, says: find Pcruna to be an excellent remedy for the ca tarrhal affections of spring and summer, and those who Buffer from depression from the beat of the summer will find no remedy the equal of Peruna." Judson W. Lyons. No man is better known in the financial world than Judson W. Lyons, formerly ot Augusta, Ga. His name on every piece ot money of recent dato makes his signature one of tha most familiar ones in the United States. Two Interesting Letters From Thankful Women. Miss Camilla Chartlcr, 5 West Lexington St., Baltimore, Md., writes: "Lata suppers gradually affect ed my digestion and made me a miserable dyspeptic, suffering in tensely at times. I took several kinds of medicine which were prescribed by different physicians but still continued to suffer. But f, the trial of one ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 June 1903

' 1 V THi: REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, JUNE 0, 1003. I B ' A Full Line of Painters Supplies H Anything a good painter needs m will be found lit'ic H We say KooiLp&lntcr H , " JSccaueour materials arc the m v- " - -ktttu'at are made, and of B V"" couisconlyKood palnteis usctho B best matcilals. H Diy paint, and paint ground In B oil. Boiled oil, Haw oil, Tuipeti- H o tine and Varnishes. PH And brushes too PPJ From the little sasli tool up to the PPJ biggest w all biush PB From the camel's hair pencil up to PB the laigcst Varnish Brush PH And all prices at less than PPJ jou'tl pa elsewheic, I r RITER BROS, DRUG GO, Ppi MHKMHIHHBWMHBHHHHHi I The Star I Grocery H at the White House 34 CENTER ST. Telephone 41 V, cauics a full PPJ line of PPPB H Green and Staple H Groceries; Teas, H "" a---- Coffees and Spices, PPJ Stationery, Hooks, and l'eilodi- J , cals. Fresh Creamery Mutter and Kggsalwajson hand. Call BBJ and see us, jou will be accorded PPJ good treatment ; S.B.&0P THATCHER H l'HOl'I...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 June 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 I Tr CLflClill.cL'V'itLjtl. Hul'tlOt) MbbI If : HH I V0L- l LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1903. NO 66 jfH All honor to Scandinavians! 1 I wbWbb I Everything is in readiness for the big celebration here Sunday and Monday, Thousands of visitors a.e expected to be in attendance IH I weather permitting, and a grand, glorious, good time is anticipated. A splendid program has been prepared-there will be feasts for the H I mind and for the body, plenty of music, drives to our big schools, a baseball game and a grand dance at the tabernacle pavilion. The f H I cify will be in gala attire in honor of the occasion and the visitors will be extended a most gracious welcome. The city will be theirs. I H I . J 11 I Thousands Coming W , Practically ccry thing is in rcadi- 'ncss for the Scandinavian celebration I here tomoi row and Monday, and by ' tonight all airangemcnts will hao I been completed. A magnificent triumphal aicli has I been erected at the west ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 June 1903

H : H 3;e REPUBLICAN. H LOGAN, ... UTAH. B UTAH STArTK NKWN. H Utah's copper out put In 1002 wns 2.V H 0.19,001 pounds. H Tho nnnunl mcclliiK of Hi" Mothers' H compress, will tiili pinto .lutio lltn H Tho oxperlmoiitiil farm n( Piirownn H In now ull cli'iuoil off mill ready for H (Jhnnca 1". Ttilbot, a briikuiimti u B lite Soiilliorn l'arllir, wns killed fit H l'romontory Point Inst week. B Mis Mury .IikIko li'is donated $10,000 BBVJ toward tliu erection of tlio now Y. M H C. A. building In Snlt I.nko City. BBSJ Atilo Vincent, a prominent. Suit BBSJ' Ll;or, wnn inn ovur by a niimwuy BBSt team attached to a hack, ono day last HHVj week, ntul was seriously lnjniod. Vj IIcsslo Kncrht, tho famous "Hlei'pini; 1 r,lrl," will probably bu 8nt to tho BBSJ wtato Insane asylum, unless her ecindl- BBS tlon Improves In the near future. B Mt. l'leasaut. will (elehrato tho V l'ourth of July In an appioprlato man- Vj nur. Committees havo been tltily ap- BBS pointed and work toward that untl Or HBBj...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 June 1903

Official Directory. V County Officers. District Judge, Charles II. Hart. District Attorney, Frank K. Nebekcr. County Clerk, A. L. Furrcll. -Contity Recorder, Itebecca Kamc3. Oylnt' Attorney, W. W. Maughan. County Treiisurer, W. C. 1'arkinson. County Assessor, Jos. J. ltlchardson. -County Sunejor, K. C. Shaub. County I'hjsiclan.Dr. B. W. Parkinson. Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. 51. Thomson. County Fisli and Game Warden, It. II. Tliornlcy. Precinct Officials. LOOAN rilKClNCT. Justice. Thomas X. Smith Constable Jacob C. Johnson. Itoad Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVON rnnciNCT. Jtissicc, Oliver F. Davis, Constable, none tic ote. Avon Itoad Supervisor, James Jensen. l'AKAOISK ritKCiNbr. Justice, John V. James. "Constable, John II. Glbbs. jqy- Itoad Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. ' HVllUM I'llKCINCT. Justice, C. T. Olson, "Constable, Audicw G. Ncilsen. Itoad Supervisor, 0. 1'. Olsen, MKNDON rilKCINCT. Justice, Andrew Sorcnson. Constable, 1. It. Ilird. Itoad Supervisor, Normon Bird. WELLSVILLK 1'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. — 13 June 1903

B ! v H if THE LOGAN REPUHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JUNE 13, 1003. H i i . .,,-.,. ... ,- H The Logan Republican M T.OOAN, CACIIK COUNTY, UTAH, H MOORE, ft TURNER, l'UHhlSIIKU m Oniclal Itcpubllcan Organ of Caclio fl County, Utah. H - ..- - .- H Of, by and for the Republican party B first, last ami alwajs. m Market Quotations. H Tuesday, . I unc 1st. H Milling Wheat 75c bus kH White Feed Oats $1.15 cwt H Tabic Potatoes 30c bus kkV Onions, yellow, choice GOc cwt H Chickens, live 7to8c kB Eggs 13)toHu kH Hay, baled Alfalfa.... 7.50 to $8 ton H " Timothy !).5( to 1) " kH Hogs, llcfat Ho Hi H " stock- rHor)cii m Announcements. kkY The (niaitcil confeieuec of the B Hyrum Stake of Jon w ill convene In kH ll.vnun on Sunday and Monday, .Mine H 21st and 22iid. A good attendance Is H earnestly desired, H W. C. PAHKl.NSO.V, H (ii:o. O. Pitkin, H I. C. TllOllKSKN, m Stake Picsldcncy. H Let us all be Scandium ians on Sun- H day and Monday. Get Into the sph It H of thcalTair and do what J on can to H m...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 June 1903

I ?HHJ I THE LOGAN KEI'UULICAN, LOGAN UTAH, .11' NE 1.1, 100:1, jS y The Scenic Line to Glcnwood Springs, Aspen, Leadyllle, rucblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Omalia. Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with all Southern Taclflc and Oregon Short Line trains The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between I g OGDEN AND DENVER. I Via Three Scperate and Distinct Scenic Routes I V Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago Without Change I Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursion. DINING CARS Service a la Carte on all through trains. For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire or your nearest ticket agent, specifying the Rio Grand Route, or address I. A. BENTON, G, P. A., Salt Lake City. The Cache Valley Implement Co, At D. R. Roberts' old Stand, South Main St., Logan; also Smlthficld an...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 13 June 1903

mru 7 -"Mraw'n iiBBBBBBBBHHMBHHHHHBBIMBHHHHHHHBl p "y .rrmfatfr'v.. ... , . "' " ,vrcr . ..-j.-iBn-k --" flflr I I I UVESI) PROPERTY SWEPT I I AWAY IN WESTERN FLOODS H North Topeka nd the Two KensLS Cities the Greatest I Sufferers Famine end Pestilence Threatened Thrill- B ing Description of Rescue Work at North Topeka. H. LATEST ESTIMATE OF THE III FLOOD DAMAGE. HJJ Kansas City. HJJj Lives lest In city and HJJ suburbs, probably . . 100 H' Homeless 20,000 ABB' l Property loss (estlmat- ed) $10,000,000 HJJ Topeka. HJJ Cases of sickness due flflfl to flood 150 HBB Lives lost 40 HBB Property loss 1,000,030 BJj Dei Moines. HJB Cases of sickness du: HIV to flood 200 flHj Dwellings submerged.. 2,003 PPJ Number of homeless.. C,000 HBB Property loss 1,500,003 i flftpj Twcntj five hundred squnro miles PPJ ' of tlio mobt fertile vnlloys of Kansas BAY and Missouri, Including populous cities, HJB covorod With Hood waters ranging PPJ I from one to forty feet In depth, n con- BJB tlnuous sea, who...

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. — 13 June 1903

Any Way You Like It. A vegetarian roup Is made ns al lows: Uut up ono pound of thinly peeled Jnd well washed potatoes Into Btnall iflco: prepare In the same way tho same weight of Jcrusalum arti chokes: add about two ounces of very finely cut up white carrots. Put the whole Into a saucepan and pour In one quart of cold water. Carefully skim It as It ncars boiling. I'ut In a lev eled tcaspoonful of salt and half that quantity of peppef. Let It boll gently until all the vegetables lire soft. Strain them through a muslin cloth. I.ct the soup again boll up and serve It with toast; or mash the vegetables, mix It with chopped cold meat, season and flour It; make It Into cakes and fry thum a light brown. Child's Dress. Llttlo children aro always effective ly dressed when wearing garments cut with waist and skirt In one. This vory pretty llttlo frock combines a Rus sian front with a box plaited back and Is well adapted to boys up to four years of ago and to girls until they reach the age of...

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. — 13 June 1903

H j THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, JUNE 13, 1003. I DRESS YOUR BUILDINGS I 5 m In a new coat or paint. H k Even considering the conscrva- H fj tlvc value or paint as nothing, the H liupiovcmcnt in appearance alone H it Is worth mor.o than the cost. H ! If jour propeity is for sale jon H can't atToid not to p,ilut-it will add B live to ten per cent to the selling H We ha ve studied the paint que-,- H tlon and wc know what will give H $ the most satisfaction for the cx- H i I pendltiiic, and aie ainlous to sup- H ; plj jou with the latest guide of H paints and palnteis' supplies, and H Insuie full alue for cvciy cent of RITER BROS, DRUG GO, M I Logan, Utah, Kianklln, 1'ieston H and Moutpellcr, Idaho. H Local Jottings. H Fhst-class liMng animal for sale H cheap. Address Itox 111. B Dr. II. S. Wallet, the Picsbj terlan H minister of 1'ieston, was In Logan on H Miss Alice Read of the X. .1. A. lias H gone to Weston, Wjoinintr, to spend H a short acation. H All biands of bottled bcei kept on M ( ...

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 June 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 ' " TWICE- A-WEEK m fifPL. I LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1903. NO 67 II h THE BIG CELEBRATION A GLORIOUS TRIUMPH. hhI The Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Introduction of the Gospel Into Scandinavia Draws 6,000 Visitors, Who Spent Two 0l days in Logan very Pleasantly. A continuous Program of Speeches, Music, and Drives, a ball game and Grand ball. II Scandinavians to the light, Scandin avians to the left, Scandium lans in front, behind and everywhere, this Is the rceoid for Sunday and Monday. The leprcsentatlvcsof Denmark, Nor way and Sweden occupied the front seats and the ones aw.iy back In the icar also, and wheie them weie no seats they stood up. There weie old men, )Oiing men, short men, tall men, "L- broad men; there weie women of all jr sizes and descriptions, and children galore; and they came from practically every village, town and hamlet In the State of Utah. The eiy low rate offered fioni Salt Lake and intermedi ate poi...

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 June 1903

bB I 1 H I Gje REPUBLICAN. B a - H LOGAN, ... UTAH. BY i Unlike a crs?.., when a corporation BBI I .Is wound up It diio.su'i no miy more. H i Tills Idea of living nn 10 rents 11 tin BBl .may ho all r I r, 1 1 1 for some other fcl Bfl H Tho watched pot that never holla BBl ' must ho what Is known technically as H a Jack pot. , It takes a graceful woman to got H I oft a moving cur hnekward and navur H' i Jar her dignity. BBl Jl 'That Ilairard iirofessor who has die- Bfl covered the germ of smallpox has our BB pormlsslon to keep It. H' f Man is never (satisfied. If ho had BB ! tho moon ho'il want Rome warmer BY star for a winter resort. H' Colombia Is said to favor Immlgru- BY tlon, hut there Is no ovldcnco that tho BJ emigrant favors Colombia. H If all womon with social aspirations BJ i left htishands who have uono there Bj would ho many more grass widowers. H Tho Ann Arbor medical student who B left behind him "a Imlr-ralslng note" BJ may ho tho Inventor of a now hair BJ BJ Japan Is ...

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 June 1903

i The Sleepy Song. As foon ns the Mro bums red nnj low, Ami tlie honso npitnlrs la still. , .Bhe sIiiks tnp a queer little sleepy sonir. Of Bheep tlmt go over thq lilll. The prootl Httlo Fheep run quick nnil soft. Their rolors are stay nnil white. They follow their leader noso to mil, For they must lie home by nlRht. .And one slip over nnd one comes next, And one run ufler .behind, The Krny one'8 nose at the white one's tall, The top of tho hill they find. H .Ami when they pet to the lop of the hill They quietly slip nwny. H Hut one runs over nnd one comes next Their colors are white and Krny. H .And oer they bo, nnd over they go, And over tho top of tho hill, W 'JL. 'The pood tlttlo slieep run thick nnd fast, T V.t And tho house upstairs Is still. ' If And one slips over nnd one comes next, The good little, Krny little sheep' H 1 watch how the (Ire burns red nnd low, H And sho says thnt I fall nslecp. Josephine Dodge Dasknm In McClure's. I The Coin In the Glass. B Tnko a small mcdl...

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. — 17 June 1903

Hl TII11 LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JUNE 17. 1003. I I ! The Logan Republican H i LOOAN, CACIIi: COUNTY, UTAH. B i moore & turner, publisher H I Oillclal Republican Organ of Cache H 1 County, Utah. H Of, by and for the Republican paitj H first, last and alwajs. 1 , Market Quotations. H i Tuesday, .Mine 1(1. H 1 Milling Wheat 7rcbus H "White Feed Oats tl.lfi cwt H Table Potatoes 30c bus Onions, jellow, cholee fiOccwt H Chickens, live 7 to 8c li. H Eggs UltoUc H Hay, baled Alfalfa.... t".50 to $3 ton H , " Timothy $0.50 to 10 " H Hogs, live fat Ho n. 1 i " stock r.j to r.jc n. fl Announcements H The quaitmly confuieuce of the H I llj ruin Stake of .ion will convene in B ' Hyruin on Sunda and Mond.ij, .Mine S 21st and 2Jnd. A good attendance is earnestly deslied. H W. C. I'Althl.SMIV, B (il-.l). O. I'llKIN, H I. C. TllOltKHKX, H Stake Ptcsldenej. H When stinting to llsli this season H j 0icn up a llsli account in join H J inemor.inda. Debit join out lajs and H j credit lish cau...

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 June 1903

THE LOGAN REl'URLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, ,HK 17, IDO.'l, llfl 53SDWVERfRDDRANE ) bbbbbb bbbb v The Scenic Line to Glcnwood Springs, Aspen, Leadvllle, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east Connecting at Ogdcn Union Depot with all Southern Paclllc and Oregon Short Line trains The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between I m OGDEN AND DENVER. I ! "Via Three Seperatc and Distinct Scenic Routes I V Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to t Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago Without Change Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursion. DINING CARS Service a la Carte on all through trains. For rates, folders, free illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket agent, specifying the Rio Grand Route, or address I. A. BENTON, G, P. A Salt Lake City. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBfli The Cache Valley Implement Co. At D. ...

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 June 1903

I . . -- - i Official Directory. H H County Officers. H District Judge, Charles II. Hnrt. B IMsttlct Attorney, Krapk K. Nebekor. H County Clerk, A. L. Tat roll. H Comity Recoider, Rebecca Karnes. H Comity Attorney, W. W. Maugham B Comity Tieasuior, W. ('. 1'urklnson. H Comity Assessor, .los. .1. Richardson. B Comity Survojor, K. C. Slinub. m , County Physician, lr. I). W.Parkinson. H Supt. Co. Schools, Ceo. M. 'J'liom.son. H County J'lili and (lame Warden, H Precinct Officials. H ' i.o(i an iiii:uinut. H .lust Ice, 'J'lioinas X. Smith H Constable Jacob C. Johnson. H Koad Supervisor, Michael Andrews. B j avon l'lux'iNirr. H Jusslec. Oliver 1'. D.ivN, H Constable, none tie Note. H Avon Itoad Supei visor, .lames Jensen. H J iaieaiisi: riiKOt.scT. H I Justice, John P. James. H Constable, John II. (llbbs. H Itoad Supervisor, Thos. V. Obray. H I rillX'INCT. H , Justice, ('. T. OKen, H ,' Constable, Andtevv (. Ncllscn. 1 Itoad Supei visor, O. P. OKen, MKNDO.V l'ltlX'INOT. Justice, Andrew S...

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