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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 June 1903

I I Give Warning of Approach of Hore Serious Trouble. Do you expericnco fits of depression with restlessness, nltcrnatlng; with extreme irritability, bouleriinj upon liystoiiaV Are your spirits easily allected so that ono nimuto you laugli, and tho next fall into con vulaivo weeinnir? Do you feel something like a ball l ising in your throat and threaten lngtoclvoko you; all the senses lwrvei ted, morbidly sonsitivo to light and sound; pain in tho ovaries, and esiweially between tho shoulders; sometimes lost of voice; nervous dyspepsia, and almost continually cross and snappy, with a tendency to cry at the least provocation ? 1 ,If ? yur nerves are in a shattered condition, and you aro threat ened with nervous prostration. Undoubtedly you do not know it, but in nine cases out of ten this is caused by somo uterine disorder, and tho nerves centei iug in and about tho organs -vrnvai make you a woman influence your entire nervous system. bomettiing must bo done, at once to restore their ...

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. — 17 June 1903

KWt- ""Will,. 1.,-,-V TitWinaa isaJJte TT " trtrcZ -IJxaJjr :anars--r-Tr H 'H Tim REPUHLICAN, LOGAN, JUNE 17, 1D0J. I I DRESS YOUR BUILDINGS H In n new coat of paint. m Even constricting tlic conscrva- H the value of paint as nothing, the m ji impiovcincnt In appeatancc alone m Is worth more than the cost. m If jour property is for sale jou H can't afford not to paint It will add H i live-to ten per cunt to the selling H Wo have studied the paint ques- H M Hon and wo know what will give B j the most sitisf.ictlon for the ex- H pendltme, and arc anxious to stip- H j pi 3011 with the latest grade of B paints and palntcis' supplies, and B I Insure full aluo foi every cent of RITER BROS, DRUG GO. B '( Logan, L'tah, Franklin, 1'icslon B )i and Montpellor, Idaho. H j I buy and H j Second - Hand Furniture. m J Stoes. Ilaby C.inlages, etc.. H E. PEAKE, H ! rJ Fiist North Sticct., Logan. I ' BBBB i l --"- ' I. H . . JOSEPH TARBET . . H . The l'luniher, at the Con , J I old stand I - - PLUMBI...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN . TWICE- A-WEEK I AM VOL. I LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903. NO 68 M LOGAN FOR EST RESERVE Proclamation of President Roose velt Establshing Reserve. Embraces 107,540 Square Acres in Several Townships. Ry request of the. Lund Olllcc at Salt Lake city, wo give a complete r B copy of the President's pioclaniatlon Y '" icilru" t0 tl,e Logan Forest reserve. The boundaries arc cleat ly dellned, and there is much Information of considerable intcicst contained theie In. Uy the president of the United States of Ameiica. A proclamation. Whereas, It Is provided by section twenty-four of the Act of Congress, approved March third, eighteen hun dred and ninety-one, entitled, "An act to repeal timber-culture laws, and for other purposes," "That the President of the United States may, from time to time, set apart and Reserve, In any State or Territory ha Ing public land bcailng foicsts, in any part of the public lands wholly or in part coveied with timber or ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

T5he REPUBLICAN. BJ . i LOOAN. "TAH. bbB UTAH STATU NEWS. H Nino young boys o'. MnnU woro latt H -week convicted of stealing flowers and H I lined $2 each. H John Loo, Jr., found guilty of bur- H glary at Junction, hns boon sentenced H . to six years In tho stato penitentiary. BJ , Elaborate preparations aro being H amdo by tho citizens of Siindy to cole- H I lirato tho Fourth of July on n grand BJ i H i Tho storms of tho past fow weeks H I havo undoubtedly destroyed tho major H portion of tho grasshoppers In Sovior H Y Tlm Ephralm city council has ap- H 1 1 pointed a committee to mako arrango- B t , monts for tho celebration of Indopond- B 1 1 enco day. H to Tho ' nttondanco at tho summer H ' school being hold In Ephralm this H ; year In tho largest In tho history of B J i tho school. H1 J An Italian miner by tho namo of H J( Angclo Clstcrio, waB probably fatuity H j Injured In tho mines at Castlo Gato, H J Saturdny, by falling rock. H 1 Elovcn thousand acres of boots In B ' th vic...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

0 i $ "I AM FOR MEN!" HENRY GEORGE i A GREAT ' 5 GENT. CIGAR For Sale by the Lending mor , chants of Logan: Rlter Uros. Drug, Co., Co-op 0. Si I). Co., City Drug Co., Cy E. Napper, II. DcWItt, G. A. Hanson, II! G. Haybiill, A. Hate-son, Caeho I "Valley Mete. Co., Star Gro- I eery, 11. Murdoek & Son. I HEMMENWAY & MOSER I 1 Wholesale' Agls., Salt Lake City W. H. HURST AT KIESEL HOTEL, 'iT Dealer In Tine Liquors and Clgais. Special attention Riven to country . trade. Give us a call. 30 t24. GRIFFIN BROS. Machinists, Blacksmiths, and Wheel wrlghts. Carriage work a Specialty, One block South of Thatcher's Bank, "Main Street, Logan. I SAM GLASER, I Dealer In I Pine Liquors nnd Cigars. Bottle and Jug trade a specialty. I Oar Lewis 1866 Whiskey. I Try ltl 30 124. I W.W. MAUGHAN I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Olllce In County Com t House; south- ast room up-stalrs. Telephone 18y. I Fresh Lime I Wheeler & McKinney HIM liavc a fine stock constantly on hand. Two Blocks Ndrth of Tabernacle. I T...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

I1 H I THE LOO AS REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JUNK 20, 1003. H : The Logan Republican H UMIAK, CACIIi: COUMY, UTAH. H fH f 5 mooiu: & TURNER, PURLISIIER H (t.KSSKK.S.) B i"' OMclal Republican Organ of Gaelic H County, Utah. B Of, by and for the Republican party B llrst, last and alwajs. H j Market Quotations. M J MilllMKMVIic.it "Go bus fJB White Feed Oats $1. in cut H $i Table Potatoes :0c bus H (( Onions, ellovv, choice 50ocwt H jf Chickens, live 7 to 8c lb PJH I Eggs l.'U to 14c I Hay, baled Alfalfa.... $7.50 to 8 ton ftV " Timothy $9.50 to $10 " m iioks, iie r.-it, c it, V " stock r-1 to ")( li, f 'Announcements. ! The ctmi tcrl confeience of the 11 rum Stake of .Ion will convene In I Hv rum on Sunday and Monda), .lunc HBf J 21st and 22nd. A good attendance Is m i ' earnestl) deshed. BBV J W. C. I'AKKIKMIK, BBb I Cr.o. O. PlTKlN, HBl I k I. C. TllOKKSKK, HBb Stake Presidency. BBb 1 f 3 ou stait to tell an) one join HBl I troubles and he turns the subject and HBb p doesn't glvc)...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

wl H THE LOGAN HEI'UHLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, JUNE 20, IW3, '! The Scenic Line to Glcnwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvlllc, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha. Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Ogden 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 f OGDEN AND DENVER. Via Three Seperatc and Distinct Scenic Routes Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Gars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago Without Change Hr' Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursion. I DINING CARS Service a la Carte on all through trains. I For rates, folders, free illustrated booklets, etc., inquire of your I nearest ticket agent, specifying the Rio Grand Route, or address I I. A. BENTON, 6. P. A., Salt Lake City, I The Cache Valley Implement Co I Will sell THIS WEEK for cash I Buggies and Stirries at Cost I To make room for...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

fV" " " "' ' """ H j t . - - i vif all ill lift Km BBl i 7MIiiT;';?-s5!raJ'V BBl f ja- -' rf7' ' j7rv - ,s:2m3 BBl Two Ilrat-class battlealilps fur tho BBb fe United Stntes navy, tho Now .lereoy BBb nml tho Uhoilo Island, mo brliiK litillt BBl ft slilo by side fiom the name designs BBg ', nnd nt the samo time nt the now Foro BBb. "1 Htvcr 8lii) yard, down in I lie Kontli- BBm 'I eastern corner of Iioston Harbor. Tho BBl fj llku Is not heliiK done In any other BBg .i Atncrlrnn b1iI yard, bo thai tho vis- BBm fi Itor wlio takes plcasuro In watchlnt; J V his white navy In actnnl process of BBV l, construction may llml hero a hhkkcs. BBl .' tlon of tho formldahlo power of tlila BBV ., new class of fighting shlpR that he can BBg ljj( liardly look for elsewlnre. H ) Tho battleship Is lmllt to tnko many BBY hard blown, ns well as to give them, BBB I though knowing all tho time that BBl I ,t these hard blows, coining from mod- BBh cm, twelve-Inch rillcs, wilt probably BBB : shatter tho heav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

it ' - ii i in Latest Thlngo In Hens' Nests, i When asked tho best remedy for preventing hens from eating their I eggs, an old poultry fancier Is said to I Have remarked, "Cut their heads off." But, as this would mean cutting off tho supply of eggs as well, a Callfor nlan has Invented what he believes to bo a better remedy for'thls form of cannibalism, If such It may bo called. Tho machine which ho "has designed for this purpose Is shown In tho draw- Has a Pocket for Every Egg. lng, consisting of tho host proper and a series of pockets or receptacles, with an automatic mechanism which presents each of tho pockets In turn beneath tho opening In tho bottom of the nes,t to receive the newly laid eggs. Intorposod In tho passago through fmtf which tho egg falls on the Journey to( ) F Its pocket s a trigger, which releases' tho rotary framo carrylng'tho pockets sd that as soon as tho egg reaches tho bottom of Its receptacle an empty pocket .replaces It beneath tho dis charge opening of th...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 June 1903

bbbbbbm'?,""BCmiKh I'M ' H .jL THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, JUNK 20, 1003. B M) i 1 1 DRESS YOUR BUILDINGS I OBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB B jH In a new coab of paint. B ,' Even considering the conscrva- B h tlve value of paint as nothing, the B ! ' Impiovcment in appearance alone 1 u Is woitli more than the cost. H ft If j our property Is for sale jou H 1 can'talfordnottopalnt-ltvvllladd B ' live to ten per cent to the selling B value. H "'e have. studied the paint ques- H Hon and we know what will give B the most satisfaction for the ox- H pcndltuic, and are anxious to snp- H i ply jou with the latest, grade of H paints and paluteis' supplies, and B Insure full value for every cent of I RITER BROS. DRUG CO. H ' Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston B ' and Montpcllor, Idaho. BB BBBBBBBMBBBBBBBB H I ' BB I '" "" B I buy and sell I j Second - Hand Furniture. H Stoves. Baby Carriages, etc.. I E. PEAKE, H ' . 52 First Noith Stieet., Logan. . . . JOSEPH TARBET . . H The Plumber, at the Con B. I old stand I j ...

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

iTHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 TWICE- A-WEEK VOL. 1 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY J, 1903. NO 71 'fl : 3 SMITtfjRIELD andrexburg; A' Batch of Items from each of These Cities. Mrs. Merrill dead at Smith field. Richmond News also. Smithfield. Mrs. Alice Mcrrllli wife of Georgo Merrill, died June 25, 1003. She was ilfty-clght )cars old, born In Uooneton, New Jersey, Jan. 14, 1845, coming to Utah In 1803. and was married In 1804. Sho leaves six children, a husband, grand-children and numerous rela tives and friends who mourn their loss, as she was a most lovable and es timable woman. Her funeral was held Sunday at 3:30 In tho tabernacle! George L. Farrell, Samuel Kelson, Joseph J. Richardson and Bishop "Woodruff offered consoling rcmarjta and bore testimony to her good ex ample. Tho tabernacle was tilled and floral offerings were beautiful. The base ball team won the cham pionship from Wellsvillc last Satur day and expect to play with II) do Tark, Filday the 3rd on the B. Y. C. ca...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 July 1903

bbbl BBS t B BBb i I I SER.VIA TURNS TO NEW KING; I J WORK OF MVRDERER.S INDORSED I Rumors that Karageorgevitch Is Not Satisfied with the Situa- , tion Authentic Story of the Assassination Told by One I J of the Soldiers Who Took Part in the Affair H Bl Tlio conference of senntors ami Bl I deputies, held at Belgrade, resolved Bfl unanimously, Hint tliu constitution of Bl IsSS Bhould bo put In force, and that BM l'rlnco l'oter Knrageorgovltch should H lie elected king. Bl It Is not certain that Knragoorgo- Bl iltch will nccopt tlio crown Tho Bl mciKt scnsntlunnl rumors have been B8 , received from (lenevn. One Is to the BM effect that the prince demands that BB before he enterH Belgrade all olllcem BK f etincerned In the murders Hhall have BB f left it, requires an Incieasc In his BM civil list, and Insists that his election HI inuht lie unanimous BB It Is believed tlmt the terniR laid BB down by the prince will he granted, BBS that the assassins will be banished, BBk j and Hint amne...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 July 1903

w 'An Ideal Woman's Medicine, So says Mrs. Josic Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tcnn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in tho history of medlclno lias tho demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled tliat at tained by Ijydla K. Mnkhitin'.s Vegetable Coiiipotllld, and neur during tliu llfetlmo of thl wonderful medicTno lias tho demand for it been so great an it is to-day. l''rom the Atlantic to tho raclflc, and throughout tho length and breadth , . of thin great continent como tho glad .jw tidings of woman's sufferings relieved r by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does euro tho worst forms of female, complaints. Mrs. IMiilclintn Invites all wo men wlio arc puzzled about their health to write her at .Lynn, Mass., for advice. Such eorre Hpoiidcncu is seen by women only, and no chnrcu is made. On the Lattin Libby Luncheons Weieil the product In ker-openW cani. ...

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. — 1 July 1903

Hf' w ' " ' ' ' -..... i , i B H f THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY 1. 1003. j The Logan Republican H I.OGAN, UAGI1IC COUn'tY, UTAH. H MOORE Si TURNER, PUBLISHER H ;j OOlclal Republican Organ of Cache H H County, Utah. H Of, by and for Die Republican party H I llrst, last and nlwnjs. H Announcements H ,t The monthly Pi Icsthood meeting of H j; the Benson Stake of Ion will beheld H In Lcwiston on Saturday, July 11th at H j W.M. II. LEWIS, H Alma Mkkiui.i., H B. A. Hknuuicks. H H j Next Sunday, July G, the Germans H of Cache county will hold their con- H ' fcrcncc in the Logan tabernacle. H Meetings will convene at 10 o'clock a. H in. and 2 o'clock p. in. Sonic of the K 'j members of the Tu eh e Apostles, and H sevci.il pioneer German misslonaiics H '' arc expected to be present. H Joski'ii L. Maui, H l Chairman. LaLB I H , When the cais of the Hon grow long H and his roar subsides to a limy there H may be entertained a reasonable doubt B ., as to his crushing power. B ' Hcwaic...

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

THE LOGAN REPUI1LICA2?, LOGAX UTAH, JULY 1, 1003, ft UiiOiH j The Scenic Line to Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Leadvllle, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with all Southern Pacillc and Oregon Short Line trains The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake 31 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between I n I OGDEN AND DENVER. I Via , Three Scperati? and Distinct Scenic Routes W Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago Without Change Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursion. ;w DINING CARS Service a la Carte on all through trains. I "r For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., inquire of your I nearest ticket agent, specifying the Rio Grand Route, or address I 1 1. A. BENTON, G. P. A Salt Lake City, I The Cache Valley Implement Co Will sell THIS WEEK for cash t Buggies and Stirries at Cost To ...

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. — 1 July 1903

' J j H I We REPUBLICAN. m 'I H 1 LOOAN, ... .UTAH. H IB l'nfilund linn placotl ttirce mora H f Islands on the red. B' I Sir TliomnR Is still hiiiikuIiic Ho H H lias the temperament that churnctur- H HI lzca lils race. H ji A now oince has Ik-imi miulo for Wii H 'j Ting-fang. Nuthlng In China -was H lilg enough far him. H i v Henry Wnttcrson ilt'Hnres that B therojs np Ideal pnbllr life. Is their, H uny Ideal private life? M Another e.iloinlkin party will sot M I forth In IVnutiylvmilii presently In m tf search of the telegtaph poles. 1 , Anthony Hope Is going to get mar H rled. floml-liy to tho Dplly Dialogues. H 1 ' They will all lie monologues nftcr this, M .. TypeurlteiH are now made to write m " In twenty-six different languages, hut m tho language of love Is not ono of K It Is to he hoped that Sir Thomas, K Upton Ir being Kept fully Informed ns B . to the remarkable performances of tin B Hollaucc. M I H i President Diaz will nrccpt another B four oars' term In Mexico. Or, more...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 July 1903

r' -' f. j Official Directory. County Officers. District Judge, Charles II. Ilart. District Attorney, Frank K. Nebcker. -County ClcrkA. L. Farrcll. County Recorder, llebccca Eames. County Attorney, W. W. Maughan. County Treasurer, W. C. Parkinson. County Assessor, Jos. 3. Richardson. County Surveyor, K. C. Shaub. County Physlclan.Dr. B. W. Parkinson. 5upt. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. County Fish and Game Warden, 11. B. Thornley. Precinct Officials. LOGAN rilKCINCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith Constable Jacob C. Johnson. Road Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVON l'UKCIXCT. Jusslcc, Oliver F. Davis, Constable, none tic vote. Avon Road Supervisor, James Jeccn., TA1UDISK rUECINCT. Justice, John P. James. 2 Constable, John II. Glbbs. 3w Road Supervisor, Thos. "V. Obray. HYltUM I'lIEClNCT. Justice, G. T. Olscn, Constable, Andrew G. Ncllscn. Road Supervisor, O. P. Olscn, MKNDON rilKCINCT. Justice, Andrew Sorr.nson. Constable, P. R. Bird. ltoad Supervisor, Normon Bird. MUILLSVILLE 1'IIKCINCT. t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 July 1903

?i iiil " i. i"i -" "t-t'- '"'-iH if --- I 'I 'l . .' i )',?! I li Mli In . . . .. . -- 1 JW i H jl THE REPUHLIGAN, LOGAN JULY 1, 1003. j! k TALK ABOUT OILS B With a whole warehouse; pretty H f, near full of oils H I Isn't It reasonable to expect that , J on can get what on want? H Wo bur more oil than any one H else because we sell more, M lluylng and selling moie Isn't it B reasonable to expect that you can 1 t can get bettor oil here for your B money than anjwheic else? H l Wccaic not what kind of an oil H . Mowing machine, Hand and m 'I steam separator oil and In fact oil H i for any m J Come and sec us when i on want RITER BROS, DRUG CO. H j Logan, Utah, Fianklln, 1'ieston H and Montpellcr, Idaho. !1 buy and sell j Second - Hand Furniture. B . Stoves, llaby Carriages, etc., H E. PEAKE, H 52 Fhst North Stiect., Logan. I'' i 1 !J t . JOSEPH TARBET . . H I The riumbcr, at the Con B j I I old stand 1 1 - - PLUMBING WORK - - HBH t S f Done on short notice, w It.li j t satisfaction g...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 July 1903

,THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE-A-WEEK iM V0L LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, JULY 4. 1903. " 0T2 I NEW BACKING INSTITUTION Y i i Files Articles of Incorporation on Tuesday. Capital $75,000 Prominent Capitalists at the head Will Push It to the Front. Ttic Cache Valley Hanking Company ' wv""1 tlic Fi"mers Utah Loan Assocla i &f tlon both entering business In thisclty within the past month ccitalnly Indi cate Logan's piogiess. The latter association filed Its Articles on Tues day June 30th, and commences busi ness with $75,000.00 capitalization of which fcW.OOO.OO Is subscribed and paid. The remaining 4,500 shares of $10.00 each will be disposed of only when the directors deem It necessary, or In the Interest of the new associa tion. Tho scope of the contemplated business covers a wide and Important range. Moses Thatcher, David Eccles, L. S. Hills, Joseph Howell. II. E. Hatch, G. W. Thatcher, S. A. Langton, R. F. Rlter, and J. T. Pond constitute the nine directors to serve for ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 July 1903

H I! Z56 REPUBLICAN. B jjj LOOAN, ... UTAH, H '! UTAH STATE NEWS. H (, Tlio metal production of Juab count; H for tho year 1902 la iilaccd at 5,977,C9I. M ij A lodgo of tho Independent Order o) M ' . Odd Follows was Instituted nt Spring H vlllo Inst week. M ' Charles Srhllcht, tho circus cm- H ployo who wns shot and seriously In- m Jurcd In Pnrntollo Inst wook, wns for- H merly a resident of Salt I.nlto City. H i Tho floods of tho enst havo caused H a n sorloun shortngo In tho tobnrco mar- m f kot of Salt Lako. Especially Is this H 8 bo In rogard to tho supply of plug to- B I bacco. i ' Snnto Tnlnrlco, nn Itallnn, fell undoi n switch ongino nt tho coko ovens nl Cnstlo Onto, on Saturday, hoth of hit feet and ono arm being sovorcd. lie H ;i cannot survive. K At tho Fourth of .July celebration lr H ijj Santnquln, Cuba, will bo represented H by tho most beautiful young lady ol H jj tho. town. Porto Itlco and tho Philip H It pines will also bo represented. K Tho management of tho Saltalr...

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