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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 22 July 1903

(THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN j 4 TWICE-A-WEEK I VOL. 1 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. JULY 22. 1903. NO 77 I LEWISTON IS WRtfTH Y ! Scorches Richmond and tells the boys to cover .$200 bet or Shut up. j Much Is being said about the game of F ball plsijcd between the Richmond I and Lewlston teams July Itli. and the Lcwlston team does heieby uotrect a J few of the printed statcmc.its made I by Richmond's reporter to The Rj I'Uiimoan. The reporter stated that at the close of the game the tallies stood 10 to 1(!'. The score book dls- (f j)utcs this and places the tallies at 14 I to 17 in favor of Lcwlston. The Rich j mond team has alwajs had a pick at the Lcwlston nine and has alwajs thrown mud In their faces.but on this " particular day the sand that the Lcwlston nine arc accused of having, ' started to drift when the Richmond nine began blowing, and as a result It , has ground them down to a point and 1 the Lcwlston nine positively refuses to play with them any more unless they put up ...

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. — 22 July 1903

BH BB . I i FRONTIER DAYS IN TEXAS I SETTLERS KILLED BY INDIANS, J BB I r T seems that during the many long Bfl t I yenrs that Texas, was settling, as BB 'I new counties were formed and tlic Bfl V" border gradually extended, each Bfl county had Its equal proportion of In- BB dlnn troubles. Drown County was no BB exception and furnished her bloody Bfl chapter to swell the crimson pages of Bfl frontier history. Jfl During the fall or 1857 numerous BB hostllo bands passed through Pecan Bfl Valley, riding over the country In day- Bfl light and nttacklng every one they BB met. During this time a band of eight Bfl Indians came upon Brooks T,ce. He Bfl was riding n mute nnd wns nbout half n mllo from his ranch In the valley I Just below the present town of Brown- Bfl wood. There was n small field near Bfl by, and to this Lee succeeded In get- B ting and took refuge behind the reiice. BB Tho Indians were close upon him nnd BB shooting arrows when he dismounted BB and crossed the fence. Ills...

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. — 22 July 1903

4 .SUFFERING WOMEN? ;i J .MT SK Prominent Women Endorse vous women are so because they wwywsw(w(wAMA(Mwvvww' 8 swJ - suflering from some form of female They aro catarrh of the organ which is k.' !K- oiseise. .....-.,. affected. These women despair of re- T Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 520 Louisiana covery. Female trouble is so common, so street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes : prevalent, that they accept it as almost in ' Peruna has certainly been a blessing evitable. The greatest obstacle in the way in disgmsn to me, for when I first began 0f rec0Very is that they do not understand taking it for troubles peculiar to the sex that it is catarrh which is thesourceof their I iV" i Ke.nera11'" worn out system- l had illness. In female complaint, ninety-nine JH little faith. cases out of one hundred are nothing but' jj "For the past tlvm years I have catarrh. Peruna cures catarrh wherever I rarely been without pain, but Pe- ,0f?herdomc ,nvalIds who have ,angulsned for fl runa has changed all this, a...

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. — 22 July 1903

I 1 H TUB LOGAN REPUHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, .ILLY 22. 1003. kkH I . . - - M , ,. I .. I j The Logan Republican B LOOAX, CACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. MOORE & TURNER, PUHLISHKR B (lissi'is.) B Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache fM ' Comity, Utah. fA , Of, by and for the Republican party m ' first, lost and always. Announcements. H The regular quarterly conference of fm ' the Cache Stake of .Ion will be held B Sunday and Monday, July -0th and 27th, 1002, In the Stake Tabernacle at H Logan, meetings at 10 a. in. and 2 p. H m. A general attendance Is desired. H JoSKlUI MoilKKLL, H Isaac SmItii, , V. W. Mauoiian H Stake Presidency. H INDUSTRIAL EDITION. B Iro Iilliifr there can be secured the H nccessaiyadvei Using to make itp.iy for B it-self In a measuie, Tiik Rki'Uiu.ican HH will In September or October issue H r.,000 copies of an Iudustilal Edition B printed upon a good quality of book BB paper and profusely Illustrated with B excellent half-tones. The edition will HB be devoted to the alley'...

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. — 22 July 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, JL'LY 22, llw.l, H 4k The Republican Job Oifice -?r- Prints - - 1 Letter-heads, Note-heads, Bill-heads, Statements Cards, wedding Stationery, Hand-bills anything in the printing line. Everything done neatly and in an up-to-date style at reasonable prices. t One person tells another of the magnificent lino of WALLPAPERS we arc showing. Tills Is why wc sell so much. Drop In and Look it Over. "lis no trouble to show you .through the sam ples. 600 to select fiom. Everything new. WILKINSON & SON, Opp. Postofflcc. V S Logan Real' Estate . & Loan Co. " Choice Farms & City Property For Sale. REASONABLE TERMS Louis L. Cakiion, Manager. Ofllcc Over Cache Knitting Works. P. O. Hox, 375 Delinquent Notice. Mlllvlllu Stock ami Agricultural Avtocln tlun. location of principal place of busl nes. Mlllvlllr. Caclm county, Utah. Tlicro aro ilt'llimuunt uiion tho followlnc ricMTlU-d stock, tin account of assessmunt, Icvlwl on tlio 12th flay of June. 1IK. tl...

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. — 22 July 1903

flflL .", ' H T5he REPUBLICAN. BHJ H LOOAN. ... UTAH. BBl And th Balkans contlnu to balk. BHJ What the thousands think, genius BBl Chan utters. BBl How about forming a neglected hns- BBl bands' union? Bf To be respcctablo, a roan must re- BBl apect himself as well as othors. BBb South Dakota bonlfaces wonder why BBV It is referred to as the divorce "evil." Bflfl No matter how many people take Bflfl cold, the supply novor scorns to run flflfl BBfl One of the ablest contributors to I BBfl tho statistics of race suicide Is the BBfl toy pistol. BBfl King Edward Is wishing Sir Thomas BBfl well but refusing to put up any money HBflJ on the Shamrock. flBfl Of course tho modern Sunday school flflB Is too slow. It needs a few more BBflj "turns" and "stunts." BBS I It appears that tho Obrenovltches BBBJ j are not extinct after all, but the fact BBV reflects no credit on them. BBflj Sir Thomas Llpton "hopes Reliance BBflj Is fast" Just fast enough to make It BBflj interesting, but not too fast...

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. — 22 July 1903

BBJl IBk HEBE BBJb tJ ym 5irfl5vV"' H lWra?iVrMMZ. PRESS ASSOCIATION. BBE 1 y PtBMiaaioH or BB MVD. MSNALt Y ACa. BJJ CHAPTER VIII. fARNAC nnd the count, after attend ing Madame de Montaut to her car riage with pollto Inqulrlen end con dolence, went each his own way, and the other three drove back to Bed ford Bquare. aj Dick was relieved H to see how quickly & the open air restored the color to Ca- Hhu tllla's checks: she was herself again BEF by the time they reached home, and f ieemed to have recovered even the B .gaiety which had been conspicuously BE absent from her manner all the morn- H Ing. BE He stayed an hour or two, and was BE Induced to tell many stories of the sea. BE tThe colonel listened for some time, and BJj. then excused himself on the plea of hav- BJJ Ing letters to write. "But I hope you BE Trill dine with us," he added. BE "Thank you," said Dick, ruefully; "I BE -wish I could; but my lawyer Is coming BE to see me on business at 4 o'clock; he Is BE n old famil...

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. — 22 July 1903

M THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN JULY 22, 1003. I A TALK ABOUT OILS H With a whole warehouse pretty H near hill of oils H Isn't It reasonable to expect that H you can get what you want? H Wc buy more oil than any one H else because wc sell more, H lluylng and selling more Isn't It H reasonable to expect that you can H can get better oil here for your H money than anywhere clscV M Wc care not what kind ol an oil H you want m Mowing machine, Hand and B steam separator oil and In fact oil H for any use. B Come and see us when you want H RITER BROS. DRUG GO, K Logan, Utah, Franklin, I'rcston B mid Montpclicr, Idaho. B .lust at present wc want to call M your attention to our stock of.... Paints I Oils and I Varnishes B A lltte t,iiK'' :uul :i "tl,a cx pensc will make your house, your H gate, your wagon or your buggy PK look like new. . Call and let us show you oiirllnc. B; VYe Want Your Trade. Go-op Grocery & Drug Go .BH I Odell's Studio H FOR I . Photo's aH ' f IH Successor to H THOMAS &...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 25 July 1903

LTHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I S&tf. TWICE-A-WEEK I VOL. I LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY UTAH, SATURDAY. JULY 25, 1903. N78' I MR JOHN A. HEISCKSON Hobnobs with English Royal ty and writes of Festivities in London. London, July, 10, 1003. Just a few lines to your many read ers from tills Interesting pnrf of the world. Just at tlic present 11 mo is London especially handsome. Every t tiling Is green, the weather is bcautl jfcifcful and all carriages aro out showing thc finest specimens of humanity. London has a great many fine wldo streets, and everything kept clean. rOLICK AUTHORITY. It is simply wonderful to see the police handle the tratllc upon the streets. There may be two hundred carriages and busses coming down a block the length of one of ours; a policeman raises his hand that a few pedestrians may cross the street, and every team is stopped. The people safely over, lie lowers his hand and the whole street is again a moving mass. Never did I see such respect shown otllcers as 1 sec in thi...

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. — 25 July 1903

H i 5K REPUBLICAN. I H I COGAN, ... UTAH, UTAH STATE NEWS. J8 Tho prlco of flour linn been sent up JH as a result of tho recent trust formed Bl by tho Utah millers. M At tho present time thero nrc nbout HB ten enscs of smallpox under quaran- H Uno in Salt Lako City. B R. B. Stlllmnn of Salt Lnko was m crippled probably for life by being B kicked by a horco last week. JH At least twelve Utah boys who havo m enlisted In tho United States navy BH havo deserted within the past year. BH A gang of 1G0 men began laying HBJ ' track on tho Moffat road on tho 17th, HBJ Just ono year after tho company was HB Incorporated. HBl In trying to catch a rldo on n wagon, HHf Eddlo Kcnncr, nged 9, of Salt Lako, HH fell under tho wheels, his head being HHj Hovorcly crushed. HH Thomas Simons of Salt Lako lost HBT two horses, and other property footing up about $500, In a II ro which do- HBB Htroycd his stables last week. HHT A movemont has begun In Salt Lako HH to drive tho lunch wagons from tho BBS stre...

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. — 25 July 1903

I . .NEWS SUMMARY. B ,.' Reports from Iqtilqtic, Chllo, say tho jLiMpM'siinilGr ot bubonic plaguo cases Is In W " creasing. 9 Four persons lost their live.? In u I hotel fl:$U. Bonner Springs, Kansas, 1 -on tho lCth. s 1 Ben HanllnB, whllo Intpxlcntod, fell Into tho rlvor nt Tcllurkle, Colo., and "was drowned. J Men aro doing shipped from Joplln. jl Mo., to tako tho placo of, striking smel- m "termon In liffttcr. 9 t A BranirJitry haB been summoned jf tit Jackson, Ky., to mnko Inquiry Into 9 twenty-six murders. n Tho Idles re In seslon In Baltimore. S members from nil over tho United H 'States being present. ' In Barnwell, 3. C, last week, a girl M stood off a mob with a Winchester and prevented a lynching. I Six boys have died in Pittsburg I -Blnco July 4, as a result of Injuries re- coived from toy pistols. I It Is reported that 1100,000 worth of H Hnwnllan territorial bonds have been H cold In Now York nt tho ratoof 974. Tho foot and mouth disease has been jfl stamped out in Mass...

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. — 25 July 1903

H V THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY Si. 1003. I I The Logan Republican H I.OOAN, CA0 1IK COUN1Y, UTAH. H MOORK & TURNER, PUI1L1SHER B I (lksskks.) B Official Republican Organ of Cache Hi County, Utnli. H Of, by and for tlio Republican party H first, lastand always. H Announcements H The regular quarterly confcicncc of B ' the Cache Stake of 'Ion will bo held H Sunday and Monday, July 2f,th and H 27th, l'JOJ, In the Stake Tabernacle at H Logan, meetings at 10 a. in. and 2 p. H in. A general attendance Is deshed. H .losurn Mouiu:ll, H lHAAU SMlTII, H V. W. Maugiian H Stake Picsldency. B The monthly 1'rlcsthood meeting of H the Ilcnsoii Stake of .Ion will coin cue B In Leulston on Satm day August 1st B at 10 a. tn. HB W'.m. II. Luwis, Ai.ma Mkiikill, BH H. A. Hl'.NDKICKS, HB Stake l'lcsldcncy. 1 1 f ' H Factory Will Be Built. Bfl Tun Rki'Uiu.iuax Is in possession BB of such Information that It can and Bfl does stale thai a sugar factoiy w 111 be BB built at Leulston. There ...

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. — 25 July 1903

THE LOGAN REPURL1CAN, LOGAN UTAH, JULY 25, 1003, H "iafRittAY, august 7-5gaa I Dl NGL1NG jKSSBgH fesJ! py IN CAPTIVITY. aWirAnwEiM-wnutMuufta? ,'U li THHB.Q0E8T SHOW ON EARTH JfTDlIS A I P M - "o7.!! fn &S&P.!&n. I DITIOW IN WICB. TMII WUMB IWCTAOLU F m, WMMWTM HIMIM. TO Pl OWM. 100O COTUMt. I ' I copykiwit itoi Bt wt counitiito.eurrAi.N.x . .. , JIl. l T ,t I j5 (ffl v ffi JmH HI iT Wl g 7 S iNAlaURAL SCENE, SPECTACLE JERUSALEM. Si,ffwRV 1 1 frW ABNGD PICPUAMTQ MlL Mje3$ SoYn.AwAB implb- ioqa ditSdi et ihq idLi papcc "CT fit hMMYl ment8. Acoessomea lynll rtUrLL lUo .... VMnJILLO l)8rb I AND pe0PLe 0'' THB iww mal r"w I I'S TitI M enormously grand s I lAnAm AFUN"I SIAAI I IfJnfl "ifbhsaifm HORSES 40 rNAKG CLOWNS I Luhr ndtme i!Q 7nn nrin nADiTAi $7 inn actual daily I uW CRUSADES MuliUU,UUUuArllAL o,4UU expense- I 3 LONG f WWlllW I (SSlW A PARADE MILES. WJW'if I WSffll SUCH AS THE or NEW gTAU A MjfflM WORLD HAS NEVER AND COSTLY 4goupls7cTiNOSEAL5ijfe jSrffS SEEN BEFORE 1 ...

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. — 25 July 1903

1! ft if t Kb . " " " " " " n Official Directory. MM P County Officers. & District Judge, Charles II. Hart. ' H District Attorney, Frank K. Ncbokcr. 1 p, County Clerk, A. L. Farrell. ill ; County Recorder, Rebecca Karnes. bkk f County Attorney, W. Maughan. tMm v' County Trcasuier, W. 0. l'.irklnson. H , County Assessor, Jos. J. Richardson. PmM T County Surveyor, K. C. Shaub. iflV , County l'lij slclan.Or. I!. V. Parkinson. H?'5, Supt. Co. Schools, Geo. M. Thomson. NlfB- County Fish and Game Warden, vl ' !. H. Thornley. WL' Precinct Officials. fWjji ' I.OOAX l'UKC'INCT. 3 ' Justice, Thomas X. Smith !$!' Const able .incobC. .lohuson. lt. Ro.id Supervisor, Michael Andrews. fBj AVON I'ltKCINGT. IWf Jusslco, Oliver F. D.ivls, 'gW Constable, none tie ote. bEm Aou Ro.ul Supci visor, .lames Jensen. HEM 1'AHADIHK I'lllCCINCT. imm Justice, John P. James. ini Constable, John II. Glbbs. lfi( Road Supervisor, Thos. V. Obray. HP HYltUJI l'UKCINCT. ! wi' MR Justice, O. T. Olsen, i Constable, A...

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. — 25 July 1903

LOVED GEN. HOOKER Brave Commander of the Army of the Potomac was Popular k with His "Boys" How He Secured His First Commission in the Civil War. - "Hooker's brlgado to the front!" Thero are at least BOO battlo'scarrcd veterans In Boston whoso blood still mores tho-qulcker at the sound of tho80 wr.u They 'are tho men who fought with Gen. Joseph Hooker, one time commander of the Army of tho Potomac the brilliant soldier In com memoratlon of whoso deeds an eques trian statuo was unveiled on tho State House Park June 25. Col. Albert S. Austin Is the only sur viving member of den. Hooker's staff now living In Boston, and ho was one of the youngest officers on that staff. "I lived In tho same mess with htm I a year and a half," Bald Col. Austin, "and I had for him an admiration and 1 affection which few men I have, met have even been ablo to Inspire. "When I joined his staff as a first lieutenant I was young very young Indeed, and den. Hooker's attlttlilo I from tho first was that of a fa...

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. — 25 July 1903

p, H ' 1( , THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN JULY G2. 1003. A Lesson About Castile Soaps, H Jj The U. S. dispensatory defines M C.istllc Soap tlnis: H i. "Soap prepared from olive oil H i and soda. m " Basin? the compoiindlnt; of all H ' medicinal and toilet articles upon H that authority, all Castile Soap 1 should be made of those substances. H This Is where the dilTcrcncc lies; 1 on the market arc the so-called H Castile Soaps, which do not con H , tain these ingredients. f H ( But there arc Castile Soaps which H arc guaranteed to be pure in the H required compounds. H , p The Castile Soaps we have arc of H ' r the latter class, and our stocl- Is so 1 i complete that you can always come H 1 with assurance of getting )vhat you 1 All of the old favorites 'arc here: M I LA TOSCA, I)RU(i(.LSTS, LA M PERLA, WASII-RAG.f i RITER BROS, , DRUG GO. H Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston H and Montpclier, idaho, ii i B .lust at present we want to call H your attention to our stock of ,.. H I Paints I ! Oils ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 July 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I . TWICE- A-WEEK VOL. I LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. JULY 29. 1903. " N09 I PARADISE Q"RATION Glorious Time held in our 1 Sister City. Society Notes. H Paradise celebrated the 24th In a fitting manner. Tlic celebration be- gan with the firing of cannons at day B break. At six o'clock the Hag was H raised while the band plajed The Star Spangled lianner." At 10:30 a meeting was held at H vvnlch the following program was rcn H dcrcd: BSclectlon Brass Hand BWSInglng Choir Prayer Chaplin J). M. Blckmoro m Oration James Lofthouso Selection Orchestra m Ilecltatlon Niels Hanson Toast C.T. Hurst m Rcsponso J. M. Larson Hccltation Winifred Oldham H Music Band M Prajer Chaplin T). M. Blckmore B J- Morris acted as chairman of the H meeting. H At 2:30 o'clock there was a chlld- H rcn's party and at 4 sports in the H grove. B The celebration concluded with a H grand ball at night. B Itlsrumoied that. I. II. White in- H tends to dispose of his cattle. B Mr. Fred Mo...

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. — 29 July 1903

pv -n i'JCT7MBMBhfcilMfailftirTririTiiiniitiiMii I i I REPUBLICAN. H LOGAN, UTAH. HJ A mnn wants to dom It a woman HJ loves him; a womui why ho loves HJ Can you fancy a riebnto on tho Irlnli HJ land bill developing Into a "vcrltnblo HJ lovo feast?" HJ A girl never considers that she has BJ klBsed n man when sho mado him k think ho did It. BJ It Is a wlso man who clnchcB a HJ i leaso on n peanut stand In Oyster Day BM for next summer. HJ '' A Connecticut bishop Is being crltl- HJ clscd for going llshlng on Sunday. HB Wo wonder what ho caught. HJ Hearing that Hetty Orccn had HJ lHiught an automobile, undo Husscll HJ ' Sage went and ordered n mausoleum, HJ Down among tho cannibal Islands HJ 1 this Idea that fat persons nro tin- HJ wholesome Is looked upon as arrant HJ j nonsense. BJ ' j When Sir Thomas Upton lunched Bb with President Roosevelt ho lifted a I cup. Hut as usual ho bad to put It HI down ngnln. BK j An cxclmngo snys "No woman ever BK boabted of being born In n log cabin," )...

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. — 29 July 1903

in 5 m& Official Directory. 1 Cotmty Officers. District Judge, Charles H.JIart. District Attorney, Frank K. Ncbcker. County Clerk, A. L. Farrcll. County Recorder, Rebecca Eames. County Attorney, W. W. Maughan. Cot)ny Vjoasurer, "NY. C. Parkinson. Countytylssessor, Jos. J. Richardson. County Surveyor K. C. Shaub. County Phjslclan.Dr. H. W. Parkinson. Supt: Co. Scliools, Geo. M. Thomson. County Fish and Game Warden, It. H. Thornley. I Precinct Officials. LOOAN l'UKCINCT. Justice, Thomas X. Smith -Constnblo Jacob 0. Johnson. Itoad Supervisor, Michael Andrews. AVON l'UKCINCT. Jussloc, Oliver F. Davis, 'Constable, none tie ote. H. -Aon Road Supervisor, James Jensen. H FAItADISH IMtKCINCT. IB fc Justice, John P. James. Mm 'Constable, John 11. Glbbs. Wncy -Road Supervisor, Thos. W. Obray. ' UYIIUM rilKClNCT. Justice, 0. T. Olscn, -Constable, Andrew G. Ncllscn. m Road Supervisor, O. P. Olscn, n MENDON l'UKCINCT. IB Justice, Andrew Sorcnson. -Constable, P. It. Ulrd. H Itoad Supervisor, N...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 July 1903

I lsn I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, JULY 29, 1003. 9 I : iL . The Logan Republican fmti' fHp, LOOAN, CAG1IK COUNTY, UTAH. ff . MOORE & TUKNEH, PUBLISHER jeR? ' (licskks.) j jp Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache W ?i J ' County, Utali. fit ujw Of, by and for tlie Republican party ifflm llrst. last and always. flp; Announcements v Tlie monthly Priesthood meeting of mf . the Ilcnson Stake of Ion will convene KL In Lcwlston on Saturday August 1st mm' , at 10 a. m. Bm ' Wm. H. Lkwis, Wife.,' Ai.ma Mkhiuli., 'Wm.' B. A. Hkndkkjkh, Aw? Stake Presidency. Owing to the unexpected length of ;$&, ' the County Auditor's lepoit which ' appeals In this Issue, The Republican sJjfiR.-'' Is ery shoit on the news pioposltlon. H The report is a good financial pioposl- lLv ' ,,on for t,llJ 1J('Piibllcan and we IlBp '' trust that our fi lends may lind In MB that fact sulllclent to overlook the SnHLv SHF' dearth of news. Let the newspaper M ' hae the adantagu once In a while. Bk' The piotest...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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