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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 July 1903

. . . . ( i L- ' ' " """ " I Things Quaint and unions 4 j Gathered Hre and There FEATS OF TRICK JUMPER. Qua Neuberg Leaps on Eggs and Ra zors With Impunity. Pew athlotlc fonts show the stuff ma,n Is mado of bo thoroughly as Jumping, pnrtffularh" trick Jumping Almost every 'muscle In the body Is called Into play In this sort of oxer clse. Jt Is lntoicstlng, therefore, to find at Elizabeth, N, J., a young man who has recently boon doing somo ro ' markable feats In trick Jumping. He Is dus Neuberg. In our Illustration with his little iour-ycar-old boy on the chair, ho Jumps up on the lad's legs Just where ithey hang over the- top of tho chair .and then off. At least, that Is what ho appears to do, but, as a matter of fact, ho docs not put any weight .at all on tho boy's legs. His Jump Is one continuous movo -nient, but ho has hecomo so skillful that he Is able, In making tho leap, to bring his feet down lightly on the child's body without" losing hU balance, thus making It scum as thou...

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. — 4 July 1903

B I H ' TIIK LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY 4. 1903, B WW tf i I I The Logan Republican H I LOGAN, CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. 1 I MOORE & TURNER, 1'URLISIIER H Olllclnt Republican Organ of Cache H 1 County, Utah. H Of, by and for the Republican party H t llrst, last and alvvajs. I Announcements The monthly Piicsthood meeting of the Rcnson Stake of Zlon will be held In Lcwlston on Saturday, July 11th at H " 10 a. m. A Wm. II. Lewis, H j Alma Mkkhill, H jj It. A. IIknduicks. H Next Sunday, July fi, the Germans H I of Cache county will hold their con- H fcrcncc in the Logan tabernacle. H 'l Meetings will con one at 10 o'clock a. 1 in. and 2 o'clock p. in. Some of the H J members of the Twelve Apostles, and m Ijl several pioneer Gcimau mlsslonailcs B I arc expected to be piescnt. B I Joski'ii L. Maiii, K I I Chairman. ' I The regular Priesthood meeting of the II rum Stake of .ion will con- cne In Ilyrum on Sat in day, July 11th W. C. Paiikinnon, j 1 CiKo. O. Pitkin, J jj I. C. Thoiik...

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. — 4 July 1903

TV THE LOGAN IlEl'UULICAIN', LOOAT UTAH, JULY 4, 1003, '1 S'l -NORRIS & ROWFS Big Shews will Exhibit in LOGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 14 Performance 2 and 8 p. m. Grand Free Street Parade at J 0.30 a. m. 500 - - Performing Animals - - 500 Consisting of Trained Elephants, Buffaloes, Llamas, Camels, Lions, Pumas, Seals, Zebus, Seal Lions, Monkeys, Goats, Ponies, Dogs, etc. Itojal M.iysud.1 Troupe Japanese Pciformcrs. Sensational Cycle Whirl and Hlejclc Expoits. Man clous Acrobats, Ailrllsts, Tumblers, and Contortionists, Hazardous Wild Animal Features. Ml ' ' ' " ' I .1 II I J -.,.-, I 20 Mirth Provoking Clowns 20 The World's Greatest Performing Elephants The NcwlO.OOO School of Educated Seals The Uaby Camel, the only one cvei born In America. The only pei forming Zebus and Llamas. One Hundred all new Features, One hundred Million Dollar Zoological Annex, llojal Roman Hippodrome. Two Huge Circus Arenas. Colossal E!catcd Stage. Mammoth Aerial Enclac all for on pi ice of Admission: Adults, 5...

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. — 4 July 1903

I! $&&$ B I "AtfViL The Autumn -Wind. H ' tQijst&l Sft The vnlcn nf Iho ntitmnn wlml, lf I j y'J s na1 in tin- mournlnir ron, J -:l?iv H VTf Anil It nl vitlr llu chords ' n vSraV wCv ot tho '"iri of mplnury' H ijji i""w " l"'1' "lc thnnld nstlr, H J S yr- Anil my hcurt throb ijulch nenln I ! fl ivl S wtl' the olil. old tlirlll of love, ; 8 J&rK45r,is 5NLN "Willi Its iTitiicy ami pain. '.I JiffliWHt'S -Clinton ScolluiJ In I.ealle'a Monthly. I U i - 1 I Phantom's Warning ! ' n ' J , 1 s H j About IliV hnml lirnrtli In Its rus- M I tnmnry mnnncr tho family linil assent- B j J hlcil nftor tho pvcnli s inr-al, anil Hon- H 1 1 ry Cm roll, the city cuiihIii. como to tho K I j country to restore iuiIIhk health, found J '; his lh at visit Into a Kentucky homo !j not bo dull ns ho had nntlelp.ttocl. The conversation lulled. Silence was broken only by the Mr king of tho clock. Suddenly Cnni.ll henrd tho faint pit-a-pat of a galloping horse on 1 the frozen turnpike. Ho 'walked t...

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. — 4 July 1903

J- Thrco elfins who hvoU In a fnlryliko nook, Onco read of our Fourth of July In a book, And promptly their own quiet woodlands forsook. To share In the fun and the noise. By the llcht of the moon they crept out on tho sly And merrily sang on their way, fAskluK politely of each passerby . How far they must go to meet Fourth of July, y Till they tamo to tho dawn of tho day. If What a different song theso three einns W sang (i! As they limped their way homeward As J that nlKht! t SOi They had licard hnw tho hells In thn J steeples ko "ClnnBl" J'. Torpedoes and crnckem go "Itatllety- J' banirl" And tho rockets go up out of elsht. For ono little ellln by ehanco got astride Of n Klant torpedo nearby: . On a huge cannon ct acker the next took J... AS9h n ride; 'Hi"" 2 Number three to tho tall of a rocket waa 5WJ " tied, -ji And all threo wcro blown up there, sky, , On the way coming down each ellln do- ( -f dared Ho had seen qnlto enough of the sky, And promised himself, If ho lived to bo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 July 1903

? if J yt I THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN JULY 4, 1063. I I A T&LK ABOUT OILS I H if! With a whole warehouse pietty m near full of oils H Isn't lb icasonable lo expect Hint B j jou can get vvhatou want' M I We buy more oil than any one fl $ i else because we sell more, m '" Buying and selling more-Isn't it m J icasonabletopxpectth.itiouc.nl H can get bolter oil here for jour B 'ii money than anj where else? m We cue not what kind ol an oil H ou want H jit' Mowing machine, Hand and M ,; steam separator oil and In fact oil fl if for an use. M ' Come and see us when you want I" 1 RITER BROS, DRUG CO. Logan, t'tah, Fianklln, Pieston and Montpellei, Idaho. Itah Mortgage Loan Corporation. B til Tithing Office corner, Logan, Utah I I H has plenty of MONEY AT H 1" ALL TIMLS for B J FARM AND CITY LOANS B I i at lowest rates. No Commis- B j I slons charged H ji One person tells another I H- of the magnificent H !l line of I WALLPAPERS H I we aro, showing. This H 1 Is why we sell so much. I J Drop...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 July 1903

.THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A-WEE K j! I V0,L. 1 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. JULY 8, 1903. : NO 73 U I OUR NEIGHBORS Smithficld and Cache Junction More Lively than Logan. Big Forth at the Former; So cials and Fish at the latter. Smithficld. At daybreak on the 4th Mr. A. F. Nelson awakened the people with j heavy discharges of artillery, while & the Silver Cornet Hand serenaded the ' town until 10 o'clock, playing national airs. A great number of people from sur rounding towns gathered with the people here and at 10 o'clock the fol lowing program was rendered in the tabernacle. Call to order by Master of Ceremo nies It. T. Merrill, Jr. Song, "America", Choir and audience Prayer.... Chaplain llev. C. Hamilton Song "StarSpangled Manner,". '.Choir Speech of Welcome.... Mayor Nelson Reading of the Declaration of Independence E. II. Miles, Jr. Music .....Silver Cornet Band Recitation Annie Timmlns Song Miss Rinda Nllsen Oration A. M. Chambers Song ...: Mrs. Boynton Paper ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 July 1903

B ' is I I T5he REPUBLICAN. I 1 B .f LOOAN, ... UTAH. ssj j- H J In tho country, now, the season H when all boys go barefooted Is on. sB ( H To provide for future contingencies B 1 tho rallwnyu imiHt tnko lilfilier ground. H j ' Tho class ikiciii Is seliloni u classic, H ' although It Honictlmos mulos the class IH flick. h H .f Common sctiso would prevent ninny B j divorces. It would nl?o prevent many HJ , luarriaRcs. f-cliiK such nn Inventive Renins Mnr- BB i com might Invent a butter word than HJ I i "ninreoulRraph." 1 1 "Herllhy tmiiiilitmimeH Gen. Green" HI Is the way a New York paper puts It. BJ I This cii)luscH thu cake. j The lies! critic Is the one who shows Bfl i a man whero and how he fell short of BJ t doing what ho meant to do. BM V ! A bankrupt Texas oil company's as- BB 1 j sets are 18 mules. So the creditors BB j still hao u few kicks coming. B ' I "Tho Hopeless Turk." which Is the BB ' latest appellation, II ts him iiulto as BB ' well us the "Unspeakable Turk." BB Wh...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 July 1903

t 1 -Official Directory. I County Officers. District Jtldge, Charles II. Hart. District Attorney, Frank K. Ncbeker. County Clerk, A. L. Farrcll. County Recorder, ltcbccca Eamcs. County Attorney, W. W. Maughan. . .County Treasurer, W. C. Parkinson. 'County Assessor, Jos. J. Uicliardson. County Surveyor, K. C. Slianb. County Physlclan.Dr. . W. Parkinson. Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. County rish and Game Warden, It. 15. Thornloy. Precinct Officials. LOOAN l'JlliCINCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith kmstablu Jacob C. Johnson, lload Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVOXl'ltKC'lNCT. Jusslce, Oliver P. Davis, Constable, none tie ote. Avon Road Supervisor, James Jensen. TAltADISK ritKCINCT. Justice, John P. James. ) . Constable, John II. Gibbs. lM Koad Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. lnriiUM riiEoiNCT. Justice, 0. T. Olsen, Constable, Andrew G. Ncllscn. Koad Supervisor, O. P. Olsen, MKNDON l'KKCINCT. Justice, Andrew Sorcnson. Constable, P. it. llird. Road Supervisor, Normon Bird. WELLSVIIXK I'HKCr...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 July 1903

B j THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY 8, 1003. H ;! The Logan Republican H f! I.OOAN, CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. H kH M MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER ! - ' Olllclal Republican Organ of Cache j ,i County, Utali. H Of, by and for tlic Republican party PPH '1 tlrst, last and always. H Announcements. H It The monttily Priesthood meeting of H ''i the Benson Stake of .Ion will be held H J in Lcwlston on Saturday, July 11th at B If Wm. H. Lkwis, H j Al.MA MKKK1I.L, H I j H. A. Hkn'iikioks. INext Sunday, July ., the Germans of Cache county will hold their con fcicnce In the Logan tabernacle. H Meetings will convene at 10 o'clock a. H jj in. and 2 o'clock p. m. Some of the H J members of the Twelve Apostles, and H j savcial pioneer German missionaries V a arc expected to be present. H J(;si:iii L. Maik, K ! Clialiman. K ij The legular I'llcstliood meeting of H I the Ilyiuni Stake of Clou will eon- H j vene In II rum on Saturday, July 11th H V. C. PAItKlNhO.V, B Gko. O. Pitkin, BBj ! I.C. Til...

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. — 8 July 1903

t "i'YdbdIbbbbbbbb THE LOGAN ItKPUllLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, Jl'LT 8, 1003, FBbI NORRIS & HOWFS Big Shows will Exhibit in L06AN, TUESDAY, JULY 14 Performance 2 and 8 p. m. Grand Free Street Parade at 1030 a, m. 500 - - Performing Animals - - 500 Consisting of Trained Elephants, Buffaloes, Llamas, Camels, Lions, Pumas, Seals, Zebus, Seal Lions, Monkeys, Goats, Ponies, Dogs, etc, Royal Maysuda Troupe Japanese Performers. Sensational Cycle Whirl and Bicycle Experts. Marvelous Acrobats, Arirllsts, Tumblers, and Contortionists, Hazardous Wild Animal Features. 20 Mirth Provoking Clowns 20 bbbvV rm m .bbbbW V " rlflBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWiBBBBBBBBBBBIF.. kbHIKb? tHbWb-" ibb!2IMb, The World's Greatest Performing Elephants The New $10,000 School of Educated Seals. The Baby Camel, the only one ever bornln America. The only performing Zebus and Llamas. One Hundred all new Features, One hundred Million Dollar Zoological Annex. Hoyal Itoman Hippodrome. Two Huge Circus Arenas. Colassal Elevated S...

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. — 8 July 1903

i II 1 D0 JLIV II i tin IMjsLi H ' W Hlnrlng of biigli-n where tloun tlio street O k W$$ffnflwy MWWJ B ' jTj; , Xtcd for tlio blood of u martyred host. S3, II' tffl I m !.. H L Hearts mid minds our nlleglnnce pledge, Jy. fSrvS0ll. I' 3 Unbe Ihy mftlai tfiu rono of Joy, (cl 'LffM7jJjM'!'j H L-V Whlto as the Illy, a heartsease blua OS& IrllJi'f H h Ulomuin thy way of pence. JjrHTflS- '-p IIP TSSft ll H S 4 Wo aro the flag, my children, V r' )&E5yf I I H Cj? OtiiH Is Its rainbow eovennn't, fShrr $Jrfl ' I ' Ari Hi l JW nw! 1h our mnrt'r heart-blood,' rf&J)r!!rt I i &Sr Hj XJ3 luo ' our 8'cy whero '.tarry hosts r-vTV jor?? V 1 1 1'jS-Jr lu Tire Declaration ol li!(lf;i)(iiKl(;iiGG HB MMMMMIMIIMIMMIWMMIWMl HL : You lmvo all read tlio Declaration of Hi : Independence, I suppose. It 1b print- Hf ed on fine typo In the back ot the HJ ' i Child's History, and nt tlio top of tho HM i names Blgned at tho end to Bhow how HM they wrote them Is John Hancock's H big and bold, the wa...

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. — 8 July 1903

A PROMINENT COLLEGE MAN. One of Indiana's Useful Educators Says: , , , ,r n " 1 . Peef Ljft; a Jfew ria":.' I' L . -.-lt.-.-i -i.- -.r.-n.--?H-PAI?f- .TJSSSSLt-tu-- Mr. John W. Meng, 54 Jefferson Ave., Indianapolis, Intl., State Representative of Indianapolis Business College, writes : I firmly believe that I owe my fine health to Peruna. Constant travel mad change of food and water wrought havoc with my stomach, and tor months I suffered with Indigestion and catarrh of the stomach. I felt that the only thing to do was to give up my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do. Seeing ma ad. of Peruna as a specific tar catarrh I decided to give it a trial, and used tt faithfully tor six weeks, whea I found that my troubles had all disappeared mnd I seemed like a new man. I have a battle of Peruna In my grip all the time, anJ occasionally take a taw doses which keeps me In excellent health." Joha W. Meng. THE most common phases of summer recommending it to those who need a good catar...

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. — 8 July 1903

! ' THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN JULY 8, 1003. I r I A TtLK ABOUT OILS l M, , With ;i whole warehouse inctty I I near full of oils H ) I isn't it reasonable to expect tliat B I j on can tfet what you want? H !' I Wo buy more oil than any one B ' else because we sell more, lluylnB and selling moreIsn't it H leasonablc to expect that you can H can get better oil liore for your money than anywhere else? H Wc care not what kind or an oil Bjt you want H Mowing niachlnc, Hand and H steam separator oil and In fact oil Bj for any use. H Come and see us when j ou want I, . RITER BROS, DRUG CO. H Logan, Utah, Franklin, l'icston ,, and Montpellcr, Idaho. Local Jottings. H( ' Muidock's Ice cieam is all that the m woid impllcs-auKAM, not milk. 71tn H Bishop Philip Quaylcls down from Mt Troasurcton, Idaho. m The genial D.ild Beach is visiting BJ In Logan. M I Sewing Macldncs cleaned and repair- BJ cd. Singer Sewing Machlno Store, BJ, 50 Fh st Noi tli street. Phone 50.. 72t8 B Louis GunnellotWcllsvillc, ...

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. — 11 July 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN 1 ', TWICE- A-WEEK - -at- - i H 'VOL.1 P LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. JULY U. 1903. NO 74 ' M ' eccles And g w. nibley ' Talk about Lcwiston Sugar Factory. Notes Conflict. ; The following Interview with David Eccles In regard to sugar Interests In this valley was handed us too late for publication In last Issue and by re quest we reproduce It now: Ogden July U. David Eccles re turned to Ogden this morning from a Hying trip to New York in the Interest of his sugar factory interests and I when questioned as lo whether he i would care to take the public Into his confidence regarding the purpose and result of his trip, he very piomptly answered: "Sure. There arc ab solutely no secrets connected with my trip. I simply went to New York to consult with my eastern associates re garding Utah sugar Interests in gen eral. During the Interview we dis cussed also the contemplated factory at Lcwiston, and I am now prepared to say most emphatically that not withstandin...

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. — 11 July 1903

Ij) Etfff REPUBLICAN. COQAN. ... UTAH, P UTAH STATE NEWS. I? ' It Ib stated thnt tho work of layliiR I " Uto first trnck on tho Moffat lino will ;s commcnco on July 10. H fa Flans nro on foot looklrc to tlio cs- jp tabllshmont of n frco cooking Reboot A , (is. tho rvhools of Suit I.nUc rHy. I Hnrry Stovenn of Iclil, whllo vlslt- K ling In Stilt Lnko City on tho Fourth B f,V liatl a finger blown off by a giant flro B t cracker that exploded In Ills hand. '' Joo I'orcy of Salt I.ako Is In tho B ii hospital as (ho result of tho oxploslon B of n can of powder on itlio morning B ji of tho 1th, tho can striking him in tho DM W head. B -S" Karl I'lnnoy wns scrloiiHly Injured I In n runawny In Salt Lake City on tho Bj ;. 4 th, tho boy being thrown from n cart Bj i' and tho runawny horso stepping on BJ 7 , his head. B&! Hnrry Grow of Salt Lako City had Bsl I his left hand Mown off on tho morn- Bj lng of tho 4th by tho prematura ox- BJ ft ! plosion of soma powder which ho had l j In a can...

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. — 11 July 1903

9 ilk ' TThe Call of Freedom. jxQ ' ' When trminm culls In thumler tones, P" i.!r Fnr ?(rTo sea replies, TTJN jjZjf ,!,. And Ood the cause of freedom owns 7"', ' L And thunders from tho'ikles. ftl$ JL Ef Tho highest law li freedom's word, $' xT And where her sons have bled USUv 1 (I ' Enclt wind swayed reed becomes a sword "y I To strike upnrculon dead. "TOtf' ' 'I Holy her came, and ho who fights, 'fe v'x?- J ContendliiK for a clod 'Sfc 'Wji' 'e&r Whcro freeilom mourns her ruined rlRhts, rS-v.Ti' Vsc W A Hero Is to Ood. 'Sw V I -KranK U. Stanton. 3J?X : 532 L, o o " . ; D . A Costly Dinner 1 ii A Chicago man (lined at a great Now York hotel a few months ago. Ho ltad but one guest, and his check called for only $S.7G outside of tho tip an extremely modest amount for dinner at the hotel In question. It developed later, however, that tho dinner had actually cost the man from Chicago a little matter of $123,000, nil that, it will he admitted, makes tho meal a historic one, so far, ...

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. — 11 July 1903

M II : I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY 8. 1003. If l The Logan Republican H a I.OOAN1, .OACHK COUNTY, UTAH. MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER ' ' (lksskks.) K Odlclnl Republican Organ of Cnuhc County, Utnli. H " H Of by and for the Republican party B tlrst, last and always. I Announcements m - The monthly Priesthood meeting of 1 the Benson Stake of Zlon will beheld B ' In Lcwlston on Saturday, July Utli at B 10 a. B Wm. II. Lkwih, B , Ai.ma Mkiuull, B II. A. IIkndiucks. BB The regular Priesthood meeting of BB- the Hyrum Stake of Ion will eon- BB vcuc In Hyrum on Saturday, .Inly lltli BB at 11 a. BB W. O. I'AItKlKHON, BB Oko. O. Pitkin, BB 1. C. TitonicsoN, BB ' Stake Presidency. HH The regular Jiieetlng of the Sunday BB , school odlcers and teachers of the BB. Hyrum Stake of 'Ion will convene in BB Hyrum on Saturday, July Utli ut.'i BB H ClIAS. It. IIAII.I'.V, BB Stake Superintendent. BB The regular monthly Priesthood BBj meeting of the Cache Stake will eon BBS ' venc Saturday...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 July 1903

11 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, .11' LY 8. 1903, i ji IF YOU LOOK AT OUK DISPLAY OK KOTOS ; Yw will Notice that Our Mounts are up-to-date, ' Our Posing is Artistic. ! $ Our Finish is as it should be. Our Lighting is Correct. In fact you will sec a better class of fotos than von ever saw In Logan before. WHY NOT HAVE THEBEST. We are located here permanently. FRIES, the Fotografer, Cardon Block, 1st North, Logan, -Utah J ust Received One Car of Zang's Pilsener Beer. 3 Bottles for 50c. W. H. Hurst. G f Lumber and Building Co. II AS .1 UST IlECEI VED- ftrt nAT Fancy Screen Doors in OAK and I ftf . Ill Mil PINE. A large variety and best I III 11(17 v UULl prices. Also window screens. ""' -CALL AND SEE THEM. Yards: South Main Sreet, Logan NORRIS & ROWFS Big Shows will Exhibit in LOB AN, TUESDAY, JULY 14 Performance 2 and 8 p. m. Grand Free Street Parade at J 0.30 a. m. 500 - - Performing Animals - - 500 Consisting of Trained Elephants, Buffaloes, Llamas, Camels, Lions, Pumas, Sea...

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. — 11 July 1903

: I Official Directory. If ' ' m'f: '; County Officers. H , District Judge, Charles II. Hart. H District Attorney, Frank K. Nebcker. H County Clerk, A. L. Fnrrcll. Bf County Recorder, Itebecca Eames. H County Attorney, W. W. Mauglian. Bt County Treasuicr, W. C. Parkinson. J County Assessor, Jos. J. Itichardson. H County Surveyor, K. C. Shaub. H County Phjslclan.Dr. B.W.Parkinson. H. Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. J County Fish and Game Warden, H n. I). Thornloy. B' Precinct Officials. Bj . Bj 1,00 AN' I'llKCINCT. H . Justice, Thomas X. Smith BJ Constable Jacob C. Johnson. Koad Supervisor, Michael Andrew. BJ v A VON I'llKCINCT. H , Jusslce. Oliver F. Davis, Bl , Constable, none tic ote. J v Avon Hoad Supervisor, James Jensen. BJ ' l'AUADISH l'lCKCIKCX. Bj I- , Justice, John P. James. f l Constable, John II. Gibbs. BJ? , Hoad Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. J f IlYltUit I'llKCINCT. H Justice, C. T. Olscn, Bj Constable, Andrew G. Ncilscn. ' Hoad Supervisor, O. P. Olsen, BJ I MKNDON ri...

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