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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 September 1903

m T W I C E - A - W E E K a fl B. 9k IHHn t-l T Ifrfliro ftjqmblfattit jJyl I I VOL- LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1903. NO 93 M TO OUR VISITING DELEGATES I I TYTELCOME, thrice welcome ! In behalf of the citizens of the county, of Logan City, the Mayor and Entertaiment Commit- 'M I V tee, The Republican extends to you a most hearty greeting and cordial welcome to this north country. Most of us could :M I not meet you and greet you at Ogden and we deem it a pleasure to have you visit us, instead. Cache is the county of Utah that 'M I has spent the greatest amount of money for irrigation, the county that has the greatest number of canals and most perfect system . fM I . of irrigation, so you have done well to come. You are invited to make an inspection of these canals, to visit our great educational .H I institutions, to enjoy the decorations flaunted in your honor and to partake of our hospitality. All that we have is yours to com- M J0k mand. We trust that our v...

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. — 19 September 1903

at II; $ A Cacuiioxis Creed r 3,, ffifx m i "Mr hoy," mM Uncle Hlriun. "you M ! should learn while yd you're youns I f A clinii can limine much trouble by a i cooil grip on his tonRiie. JJ I've noticed tlmt the rollers who with fl ,J9 iy kcoi moil In touch jjL Arc those who ocr Rosalp novar com- ' 'Bio. tncnl very much. flT. ?f cn,"'! "" ''on't grow ohummy with i Mfe? " ,rmi nf Muii't type. ' fly-'' Unbosom secrels to him o'er a bottle or 9.' Vet, my hoy, you're hound t' notice as Sfc'- our enrs of youth slip by B Tll"t H'o man who keeps hl mouth shut v at never sela n blackened eye. JJt 'TThto must be some connection 'tween M man who'd quick f speak 2K "ta H'oiiRlilw on nil ncenslons and a ' WBP britJitCfl spot on Din chcclc, fl!:" . ,rr, "' chaps whn'ro nllera tntkln' when W horso-MMiHc woulil cjultc forbid , Whoso shin boi'h Into mournln' on their ' SHI option' under 11,1. It may at first ba hard, my bof, thu stream of talk t' shun, Perhaps by lln' quiet you will miss a lot o' fu...

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. — 19 September 1903

I f TALES The Lost Key. ' ror fifty years ho turned tho key, And always panned to say, B "I wonder who will wind tho clock I When I nm gone away?" 11 was a habit second crown, When he would reach the shelf, To cay It out nloud mora tlmci 1 whisper to lilmsctf. I Through all the years when babies played I Upon tho kitchen floor TJie'good man used to wind the clock Aid question as before. ,1 Threw all the years when bnbles grew I To man and woman state, I The good man wound the old clock up Precisely ten to eight. W was his habit In the days Of pence and joy nnd bllsn; Ah, he was never known to slip A moment e'er remise. Tqt fifty years, In storm and peace. He'd wind tho clock und say Sometimes beneath his bri.ith so low "When I am gone nn7" There was n heaven In tils rye' I never knew until He censed to wind the old clock up, Ad, like It, was ko still. Horace Seymour Keller In New Tork Herald. i An Honorable Deserter. L "A good many soldiers," said tho doctor, "deserted to keep out o...

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. — 19 September 1903

I I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT It), 1003. The Logan Republican K J I.OOAN, CACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. d : m , MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER 9 (tjisskks.) m. I v Olllelal Republican Oigan of Cache I . County, Utali. mA i ' r jj?' . f ', Of, by and for tlio Republican party K Ku. tlrst, last and uluajs. I?, A Center stiect contcirporaiy sajs ; "wc aio gi owing; evoiy day sees new names to our list." Conundrum computing "2 weeks to acar, what would be the weekly rate- of Increase In circulation of a paper that has been j In existence twenty-four jcais, having at the present I lino not more than 1300 names on Its. list?. In order to save time we'll answer 1 1-21. With an average weekly Incieaso of one and y, one-twenty-fourth subscriptions, this i means that thcsald paper Is Increasing t at the late of 21-170 of a subscription each day. Iteally, there's room for congratulation, bojs. HI flfc Thcie Is one featuic of this paper Hr' W 'that should commend It to the public B-, F and ...

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. — 19 September 1903

i '! THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, SEl'T 10, ln03, jB ! .3v &Cfe ?5t3iilAil - V . J c3mtlfSM'WttHKlUlttllaiiini Tt.'' (. n BmL ? $tv .V39Mjfk - r KSHKwSbaKKSlJtflHHHrw'BHH' r - U WiB.MgJt83MKt6!?WwylCSK!TOWMBE. .JiiMHa' ' ) ' Agricultural College of Utah M LOGAN CITY, UTAH. . Ifc .t.4.ttjtt.4. ii.it. tt.tt.a.a. it. a.tt A visit to the big school on the hill Just at this tlmo discloses an activity on the part of students and faculty that Isunptccertcntcd In the history of the school. Thcic Is such ,l an air of hustle and bustle about the Wm' building inside and out that one can M not but feel that everything and everyone concerned Is working to gether for a most successful jear. Hundreds of new students are now enrolled, In truth, the two legisla tion dajs were devoted almost cx cluslvsly to new students, those of lastjear coming later. These come from all portions of the state, far and near and many fiom Idaho and Wyom ing, l'res. Kerr Is sanguine or a great ly enlarged atte...

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. — 19 September 1903

BBUr .. ' H "B WiB Republican. ; mi ' , H j- LOOAN, ... UTAH. II J UTAH STATE NEWS. I Foster Taylor, n well known ranch- I 5 man of Moab, died In Salt Lako City I last Sunday of heart failure 'Jfc, I , Tho valuation of tho several classes 1 of property nssossed In Sanpcto coun- EWtfY- ty for tho yoar :o03 ls 003'971 PB & Tho Woodmen of Salt Lako City nro V S perfecting plana for the erection of a B 1 1,25,000 Woodmen hall In that city, h H Angolo Dema, an Italian miner, was i H ltlllcd In a mlno at Castlo Gato on the A 8th. olDB crushed by falling rock. I W It Is claimed that a number of the' LB T 'Chluamcn of Salt Lako City nro for- WE, salting Christianity and returning to JB JL tho ballet of Confucius. K, K Jeremiah Donnls of Marysvalo last (B-M 'week married Josophtno Hcsllngton, IBUB, his stopdaughtcr. Denis Is over 4C BSr yoars of ngo, whllo tho Girl Is Just 18. IB -a Tho biennial convention of tho Eleo K I trlcal Workers of tho United States jBI j Is bolng held In Salt La...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 19 September 1903

H JOUSTJNG FOR LOVE H PRETTY OLD-TIME CU8TOM OF B.. THE 80UTH. H Tournamentchwhlch Drave Knights H Take Part, and the Winner Crowns H His Adored One "the Queen ot H H In Maryland and la parts of VI r- H uiiila lciilRhthooU is stilt la (lower. H irmal demonstrations of knlfiliUioort B nro btlll maintained H Of tlicso nono It, marc striking or H luoro plcturosquo than the lourna- H iinnts which aro held In Juno and fl July. A Maryland jousting tourney M Is a picturesque affair. To tho South' M em cirl it gives a touch of tho old I I ,' f " "', The Tilting. I taste Ilfo of roinanco ami even a prac- Ucat Northern girl, rItcu to coif, I would enjoy tho occasion. Ono of the daring yoitks who eu- H tors tho arena will win the crovm of I flowers and one of tho maidens who H watches and applauds will be chosen H by him as "quocn of love and beau- H lw." So life is not so prosaic after H Picture an Immonso green with a H l'"K. smooth courbo in its heart, H where knights in sasnos of many col-...

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. — 19 September 1903

I ' S THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT. 10, 1003. H T I I You can get It at Riter's. T Now comes the time for to! , Autumn coughs and colds. We've HE ' B j something hcic that will stop H tlie cough and cure the cold. if If you Just have a cough fj come and get a bottle of our . famous Hock and Rye, made from ',? pure Hock Candy and the best M " Rye Whiskey. If you have a . "' cold, too, we'd recommend I L Bromo Lax, the new cold cure, I ffi without Calomel or Quinine or other Injurious drugs. I RITER BROS. DRUG GO. I i Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont poller, Idaho. I ft I if The Logan Republican. H? f B JM I.ntiAN, Cache Count. Utah. B W Published by R' ft MOO 11 K & TURN E It BP, Kr (Lessees.) Bf Issued Twlcc-a-wcck, Wednesday and Hp' 'll, Saturday. Entered October SI. 1 1KB, at Loean IHk'i w "Utah, as second-class matter, under Act of fit lX ' Congruwof MarcliMHTP. ft. E StJIlSCItll'TIONi w 1 Ono Year KM jfjf- W ., Six Months 1 .25 &K 'U-. Three. Months 75 ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 September 1903

HH I 'hyI I & . ' 1tl I wM T WICEAWEE K Kil '.! I VOL.1 LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 19,03. NO 94 1H VISITORS TREATED ROYALLY ; p. S, L Excursion Brings 750 i Irrigation Congress People . $ ' WHO ARE SHOWN THE SIGHTS M And Banqueted at A, f G of U. The city Did Great things Last Saturday fit all things work together for good only to those who love the Lord," the 750 Irrigation Congress delegates who came up on the excursion Satur day, and the members of the different committees who looked after their entertainment comprise about the most religiously Inclined bunch the country ever knew. The weather was perfect, the ar rangements at the station were more than perfect, the city's decorations were splendid, the banquet at the A. C. of U. was beyond criticism, and all other features of the visit were carried out as successfully and delight fully as the visitors could have desired and in a manner creditable to a city of ten times the size of Logan. The special ...

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. — 23 September 1903

I ft K i ; . H J3he R.EPUDLICAN. L LOQAN. ... UTAH. I, . i 1 ,3b All tho world hntca a mosquito. 4R f Tho two-minuto trotting horso has BE oomo and lie's a marol flaS When Turk meets Dulgarlan there's flJI 'bound to Do a lot of slashing dono. i,, "Coal output heavy, but not equal to BBSf tho demand." llavo you "got yours"? Hv Sir Thomas Is now In a position to H? flguro out what it costs not to lift tho jfli ' 0UD flHI ' By tli 3 way, enn you bound Maco- tHR don la offhand, without looking at the Hk- geography? Mt Any ono owning n town on tho slope Mr of Vesuvius would do well to movo It &Rr without delay. tfljEl, A Crow clilof has discarded tho torn- SB ahawk for tho automobile. Tho cun- rflflR nlng old murderer! 9B, Vesuvius has an opening In her side. HK, Can it bo possiblo that she, too, has fiflHg been operated on for appendicitis? SHJ& Sir Thomns may count upon rccclv- MB' . Ing tho usual collection of loving cups gflHLV and complimentary addresses, how- Hfl ever. fjfl...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 September 1903

I l I Elfcfl BY RQBBRT LQUjS STEVEW8QN.1lZX3 ' I INTERNATIONAL PflESS ASSOCIATION. I CIIAI'TER II. fl fl U0UT ha,f Past tcn I i4 " waB J'in'8 brovo ' " IlSI Bowl Tortuno lo of- g$f fer hla aria to Miss jfMJ Mackenzie, and cs WaC cort 'icr omo- T1, $oiS nlRht was chill and $jq etarry; all tho way J eastward tho trees of. tho different gnr- denB rustled and looked black. Up tho I ttono pully ot Lclth Walk, when thoy I ntno to cross It, tho breeze made a I rmsh and set tho flames of tho street I bunps quivering; and when at last thoy I bad mounted to tho Royal Terrace, I whoro Captnln Mackenzie lived, a great I wit freshness camo In their faces from I ttio sea. Thcso phascB of tho walk I remained written on Jolm'8 memory, I eaoh ompbaslzcd by tho touch of that I fiht hand on his arm; and behind all I thoeo nspects ot tho nocturnal city ho I Mir, la his mind's oyo, a picture ot I Uio llghtod drawing room at homo I 'whero ho had sat talking with Flora; Kk- and hlo father, from tho other ...

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. — 23 September 1903

j I . " THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT 23, 1003. V. A ' :: M hi If The Logan Republican Hj m I.OOAN, CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. WM MOORE & TURNER, PURLISHBR pY (i.KSSICKS.) M Mm "$' Olllclnl Republican Organ or Cache HfcJr County, Utali. HE Of, by and tor the Itcpiibllcan party mwk first, last and alua..s. Tp .lapan has given notice tliatslic will If. not bo filghtened Into a war with Wm- , Uussla, nor filghtened out or one, KM. should It come. Um- ' Thctc is no doshe on the p.nt or WUj!- Uncle Sam to plckaitianel over that mmf canal matter. Hut Colombia might Milt; KOt onto the fact that he has his pick lK lculy for canal pui poses. Hf The feeding of i)'),000,oitJ hungiy HK people In this countiy Is going to bo fmW one or the biggest pioblems or the f coming jcais. The population Inercas- K csas lliu land we.ws out. Inigallon K will do .something. lnipiovcd methods K of ngiicultuicand smaller Taims will H domoictooirsetthc Impaiicd feitillty IB' or the older sections. The co...

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. — 23 September 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, SEPT 23, 1003, L H JUJJJJJJH 44Cy e E. Nappe I "Prescription Druggist' I O AltRI E S I A Full Line of Everything Pertaining to a well-regulated Drug Store. Also an ilnc line of the Host WINES AND LIQUORS FOR FAM ILY USE. PAINTS. OILS and VANISHES. Suu drles or ccry description. GIVE US A CALL. In New Building on Main Street where tlie Squhes liarbcr shop used to be. Leaders in : f L D. S. Gamuts and all grades of I Underwear i afeIomen I l-TncWv aI1 gracJcs for a11' high or I lUlCi Jr l0Wj rich or poor I Blankets, Quilts , I and the cheapest we can sell cher than I others because we handle greater quanti- I ties. Try us and save money. 1 Logan Knitting Factory iHth S3 NORTH MAIN STREET. I I Bags! Bags! I WE HAVE THEM for GRAIN and POTATOES, SEAMLESS SACKS, twines. We pav HIGHEST PRICE for GRAIN, POTATOES and ALFAL- FA SEEDS. I The M. & S. Seed and Grain Co. W. S. McCORNICK, President. ALLAN M. FLEMING, Cashier JAMES QUAYLE, Vice Pres. GEO. A. ...

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. — 23 September 1903

1 J ATROCITIES OF THE TURKISH TR.OOPS Ml AFTER THE CAPTURE OF KRUSnEVO j I few .,rv3vlk V7, MgK50 fit) mS J6 ix v-. -JrTr1 fir V4li3X s 7 p W X T Ml- - asKSife&OT ;8 wC ? if I m en s e c s H k-M It The mnp shows tlio position of tho Balkan stntcs and tho location of !' W various points of Interest, particularly Monastlr, whoro tho Ilussian conoul !FS was Itillod. nnil Krushovo, which was retaken from tho Insurants with ilmi S- groat slaughter. In tho tippor right hand cornor of tho map Is Sofia, tho pj I capital of Bulgaria, from which tho revolutionary movement Is directed. E MK'Se ' ' r mlly Tho followlug letter from a mission- Thursday, tho 13th, sovon battalions, wBlg.' ry In Turkey, contains tho first mi- with ono battery of artlllory, had as- iH thcntlc nows nf tho atrocltlos com- Bumbled at Krushcvo under Bakhtlar EHu milted by tho Turkish soldiers at tho Pasha, who proposed that tho Komlta- i' BlFf Tho fo"ow'uK 'otter from a mission- jD ary In Turkey, contains tho first ...

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. — 23 September 1903

H Where Japan Is NcgllQent. H Or. Ynmane, a member of tliu Houso H of Representatives, proclaimed lu a H recent dobato that moro tb.in ISO, Ll COO persons succumb annually to tub TBjP"Vrculo8ls In Japan, aildJ" number Is U1 constantly Increasing. In regard to H leprosy, ho stated: "There Is no coun- try In tho world In which this dlsoatm I Is so prevalc it and no neglected. Tho B Homo Offlco toturns show that thero B are 33,059 lepers In Japan, whllo their B offspring number 999,300. Tho au B i thorltlcs allow leprous beggars to sit B on tho public streets and to infect tho B Terr air with their spittle." B Beware of Ointments for Catarrh B that Contains Mercury. B meretirr wt 1 rurelr destror llio srnsa of small and JomBiettlY deranito the whole irilera wbeu enterloit H it iBrouuh ttio mucous surfars. Such articles H lhmil.1 n? er lie uted rxcept aa prescriptions from rotulallprirs1claiis, " ,lie lom5'e ."T wl" d0 ' H tin fold to tbe good oa cm possibly u-rlte from H them Hill's Ca...

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. — 23 September 1903

r ' " " ." THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT. 23, 1003. , You can pi It at Rlter's, if !, i - Now comes the time for , I' , Autumn coughs and colds. We've f i something hero that will stop I the cough and cure the cold. j, ' If you just have a cough tjm , come and get a bottle of our ffl m famous ltock and Rye, made from ' pure ltock Candy and the best R f ' Rye Whiskey. If you have a E I cold, too, we'd recommend m I Hromo Lax, the new cold cure, H 1 without Calomel or Quinine or H I v other Injurious drugs. H RITER BROS. DRUG GO. mj , Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston Eli ' and Montpcllor, Idaho. Hi , Local Jottings. UK 17 cents per dozen paid for eggs at H II. G. Ilayball'.s. Hi Nells .1. Hansen of Paradise was In Bl ' Logan yesterday. I O. M. I'ope of Lewlston, was In B Logun on Monday. K Nephl Nelsson of Newton visited k the county scat on Monday. Hg Cheap sale at Mrs. T. I). Roberts' to BE - make room for Fall goods. K III Bradley, one of Hyrums oldest lii ' settlers, was s...

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. — 26 September 1903

I : T WICE.A-WEEK- - k I ' fl I VOL- . LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1903. i " jT I SOME TAFFY I DISHED UP I By a Delegate from I North Dakota. I Who says He was I Highly Entertained Ogdcn, Utali, Sept. 21. The Mayor of Logan: H Dear Sir Will you have the kind- .- ncss to convey this word of apprecia I tion of the splendid effort so success H fully carried out to your citizens in H entertaining the delegates of the H National Irrigation Congress, to such H newspapers in your city as you may H please, asking them for me to express H to the citizens of your most beautiful H and tidy city the cordial thanks of the 'H writer, who I have reason to feel as- H surcd only expresses feebly what 00 H delegates would gladly express. H It has seldom in any city been the H good fortune of so great a body of M people to be so cordially received and H entertained so royally and all In so H splendid a fashion, all hit the short H space or a few hours. Logan may well H feel prou...

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. — 26 September 1903

t il a l t B1 I1 I It X5he REPUBLICAN. WEl-i lilt m m LeoAtt. . UTAH. m lift i WW UTAH STATE NEWS: Bjnf ; Tho now tolcpliono cxchango at Hj '0prIngvlllo hns been Installed. IB V . ' Tho present prospects nro that this F will bo tho hnnncr year In tho his- L toty of tho SprlncvlUa yield of sugar Bj t beets. I f' It Is predicted that tho electric rail- B way from Salt Lako City to Sandy W ' will bo competed vlthln tho next Hi 1 Iwclvo month's. K IB; - - .,. TIi6 state board of pardons has con unit ' tlnued for two months tho application PS of Nlclc Hnworth for commutation of M'l( icntcnco to Imprisonment. Hjl From four to eleven cases of ty- HI phold fever woro reported to tho Salt BUT Lako City board of health each day w during the month up to tho 16th. Iif Mrs- Aurom Hodge, after admitting mm the murder of Wllilnm X. Ryan, last Kl week entered a nlea of not EUllty In j tho district court In Salt Lako City. Mm It Is said thero Is not a vacant store HB room In Salt Lako City, and that...

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. — 26 September 1903

H 1, GATHEHED-UP SMILES P HUMOROUS STORIES WORTHY OF PERU8AL. H - P 8tranger at the Experience Meet- Ing Old Farmer's Artistic Sllp-Up How Imagination Affects the H 8moker. IH Love Laughs. H -"I'd caro not for honors or wealth," be said, "If your lovo should provo a Ho; td caro not for pleasure or health," ho said; -Td chiefly dcslro to dlo.". "'I'd caro not for homo or for friends, ' H she nald; H "Llfo's Joys would seem a Jest, H "Whon your passion wavers or ends," H sho said, "I shall seek for eternal rest." H Yot to-day ho digs deoply In Nome, they say; H ,.And In politics out thoro ho wins, -Sho rules In a Brooklyn homo, thoy say, .And rocks a cradlo of wins. H dimming Pollock. An Artistic Sllp.Up. The old larmor could ralso excollont produce, but ho had almost no "school AK lng." In fact the old man could not H wrlto or print, and ho was obliged to F resort to a novel schemo to tako his orders. Instead of writing ho would -draw a picture of the vegetable or fruit ordered and b...

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. — 26 September 1903

ft' "" 3 I SI THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT 20, 1903. fo ; i t if The Logan Republican K Rk LOGAN, CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. , Bft Ml . II V' MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER W W (lksskks.) I ., i Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache ffl& I County, Utah. W B' - ' m " Of, by and for the Republican party Mfjt first, last and alwajs. Rf ft .losh Billings said a man might m ) : mend his character, but that the f J, i world would always look at the crack. y S Orovcr Cleveland might come to the E.f a. Democratic mourner's bench, but the yt. r people would not forget his star cham- Wtm bcr bond deal of 18!)3. M W Instead of enumerating the hundred If and one things that entitle the Ro ll M publican party to the people's con H K. lldcnce, wo merely ask what have P former Dcmociatle councils done II that entitle that piuty to ask Tor the KB government of Logan Cltj V wjwm The carpenters, palntois and mech- wftm antes of all kinds have plenty of work Sjk at good wages; the farmers aic gett...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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