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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 7 October 1903

I g T WICE-A-WEEK- H I VOL. i LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1903. NO98 '1 H , , I I WHERE DO I YOU LIVE? I In what Election Pre- I cinct Arc You? I The Following may I Giye you a Pointer. H If you arc not In doubt about ) our location politically, )ou need not read H this, but tlic fact that the city lias H been rcdlstrlctcd seems not to have H dawned upon a goodly number of o. H ers, as yet, and both parties arc an H tlclpating some confusion as to pi ope r H rcglstiatlon, etc. Registration days come on October 13th and 27th this H year and to assist the voters in locat H Ing themselves properly, Tax Reiuk H lican again prints the resolution of H the commissioners dividing the city H into the different preclnc's. It might H be well for you to clipfrom the paper H the following: H DISTRICT NUMIIKUONE H All that portion of Logan Precinct H bounded and described as follows: lie ginning at the intersection or the H center of Main street with the center of First South...

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. — 7 October 1903

Ill IWL GZe REPUBLICAN. ill mfM ioOAN. UTAH. mm Darn old Noah, ho should hnvo H "killed the two mosquitoes ho had in Kit tho nrk. lift There Is nn opldomlc of smallpox Ml mong tho fig pickers of Smyrna. Doll VWm irour llgR. Ill R T1"t young man who took tho prlzo lull 'M hnt trimmer might mako a hyper- JjJ j 'wltlcal husband. jjL Co- A- Hnm'il. It Is said, thinks ho J II ' 'would ho a happy man woro It not for 1 11 i . crodltors nnd editors. ifl Mny Qoolet Is at last to bo a ,S$j 'duchess. After this May will regard Hgi heaven as a moro annex. , Jo"n L. Sullivan still umpires base ly 'ball games occasionally, and his dccl- 3j ns go without unwlso dispute J K H rnon were llko Harry Lchr, 1J everybody could understand why Miss llj Susan D. Anthony never got marrlod. Ifl T1'e hopplclclng season has opened 19 In central Now York. What a Joy- D ous word, by tho way, "bopplcklng" Hi B Xn cabling that ho Is as "fit as a fid- A dlo," Vlco Consul Magelsson shows I' that ho Is also as vivacio...

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. — 7 October 1903

H INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAl'Tnil lV.-CovriH0Kt.. H That same night the clerk entered H upon a bout of drunkenness bo con- slstcnt as to surprise even his Intimate H ( acquaintances. Ho wns speedily ejected H from the boarding-house; deposited hla H portmanteau with a perfect stranger, I who did not even catch his name; wan- dered he knew not where, and was at last hove-to, all standing, In a hospital I at Sacramento. There, under the lm I penetrable alias of tlio number of his lied, the crapulous being lax for some tnoro days uncons9lous of all things, I and of ono thing In particular: that tho pollco wore after him. Two months H had come and gone before tho conval I roccnt In the Sacramento hospital was Identified with Klrkman, tho abscond- lag San Francisco clerk; even then, I thero must elapse nearly a fortnight more till tho perfect stranger could be I bunted up, tho portmanteau recovered, and John's letter carried at length to its destination, the seal still unbroke...

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. — 7 October 1903

Hi H He rn f ' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOOAN, UTAH, OCTOBER 7. 1P03 I Hi The Logan Republican BK LOGAN, CACHK COUNTY, UTAH. Mill 5 ii.-. - - ..I, .J. H I MOOItE & TURNER, PUBLISHER RMk (lkssees.) jfjti Ofllclal Republican Organ of Cache Jl County, Utah. Mfe Of, by and for the Republican party lif first, lost and always. mam . Jf It The Indiana has broken all warship i'l W records at target practice. Like In '( 1 , diana authors, politicians and race ' horses, sho makes a hit whenever she i turns loose. I t i i J I , Lucerne seed Is new bringing 1)1 jj J cents per pound. Tills Is a straight I I one hundred per cent better than the I ! , prices were a few years ago. Tills I' should be another small evidence to jl ! the fai mors us to whether the pros- I , cut laws aro for the best interest of A , the farming community. p , The work on the Electric Light l f plant Is progressing nicely, notwlth- m'Jk standing. Statements made relative III to the work being confined to a parti- K cula...

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. — 7 October 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH. OCTOIJE11 7, 100.1, H I fl DH mi nt a I H Mllll FURNISHES Q I I UK GOLD I I loFTHB MIOHEStH standard ::::thisU GOLD ONLY IS US JED I IIIK Y H Summons B McliChains R I R The only thing that! I II makes Simmons Chains U Q cheaper than solid goldl ones is that they axe gold U Q filled. They look the'same andireei the same as the Q I H best solid chains. x H H l)ou't bo always asking sotno onj M I Q for tln rlalil time hne a rvllnblo H H PJB Wntcli or jour own. No matter H I H what jour tnim. your ncecK lour U price, wo ran sutKfy you, M I I Garden Jewelry Co., fl Logan, Utah. Q I U Slmi ot tliu 111 Clo;k. wL One person tells another of the magnificent line of WALLPAPERS wo arc showing. This Is why wcsell so much. Drop In and Look it Over, 'Tls no trouble to show you through the sam ples. 500toseectfrorn. Everything new. WILKINSON & SON, Opp. Postoillcc. Odell's Studio FOR Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. . i r ii r Logan Real Estate &...

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. — 7 October 1903

If it ft s 1 gjL 1 1' - . . i I) I ENGLISH MILLIONAIRE IS AN 1 1 j ADMIRER OF AMERICAN METHODS M fc.' -- li ' Alfred Monoly, who Is now In Now B York In ndvnnco of a commlttoo of H : llrltlsh educators who will study Am- H orlcan educational mothods at Ills ox- B ' ponso. Is an Englishman who made nn I ' lmmcnso fortuna In tlio gold nnd din- B , inond mines of South Africa, and who HI now conceives the, Idea of keoplng Eng- Di E THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. RUE . Intense Interest Manifested In Coming Htm International Convention. KM iff novor before in tho history of tho IK Disciples of Christ tins thero heon such fS- n Interest as there Is In tho coming Wmt1 convention of tho International mis- cV' Hlonary convention of tho Christian Ik" churches of tho world, which convenes BE ,'at Dotrolt, Oct. 1G, nnd will continue IB', lln daily session until tho 22d, lnclu- ilR B'vo Bi Secretary Honjamln K Smith of Cln- H'' clnuatl aud A. Mclxmn, president of lflKl' ' itho Foreign Christian societ...

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. — 7 October 1903

I WORN OUT, DRAGGED OUT, B Mrs. Tressie Nelson, 422 Broad St., C "rc Most Women In Summer. ;! Nashville, Tcnn., writes: i I Pe-ru-na is a Tonic ol "As Peruna has done me a worldi I ( , of good, 1 feel In duty bound to tell I v.' Efficiency. of it, In hopes that It may meet the I cj-e o some U'onj.tn who has suf- I ' I 1 evd as have. I yV " Fr "'" jw ' really did not ' I SjA livN 1 ' now' wAat a perfectly well day I i-v Vlffl ltlN-.. c was'"dlt I did not ha ve headache, I Sv1ml llliniinTnSvC3S ' ' ' '""' backache or a pain some' ' I IrC - ' 1 1 llal'l' fr ) M i where and really Ufa was not worth ', I II j Jt f5M8MS y) ! ' ""c Nort I ma do to keep going. I l V.i idlll'TjllfeMfflV Or' " od fr,end advised me to use ! I i ffl frlMf IImIT " i i Imti r ( Peruna "d ' waa Kind to try any . ' I V'craillBSIHBiKvn liY7 ' ' ihl" nd ' ""' very Pleased to say I h ffiKEByytyiTillllIX ! 'A six bottles made a new woman ! ' I I ttMaTXtrnwr lKHrlllllftj of me and I have no more pains and', I iJlflellaW...

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. — 7 October 1903

H 1 Pf THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOUER 7, 1003. ' I I IT IS NO WONDER that men smoke when Mh they sco our line of sinokci's IE. supplies. Anj body would. IHW The tobaccos ;iro of the SfjP llncst variety unci of the most WfL' t r' ' expensive cure. if i' Tho pipes give solid comfoit Wf J to the old and oung smokers. II .V j We won't mention our clears, I x especially, but smoke one of our WiV leading biandsand ou will i!f smoke no othci 4 RITER BROS. DRUG GO. If- ... LOGAN, UTAH . . . !& Franklin, 1'ieston and Moiitpcller. I ; One Big Laugh 1 ; ,' Thatcher Opera House j 1 ? ' ". & G. Thatcher, Mgrs. I j ' friday, Oct. 9 j I The Widest Farce Come- i I I dy hit In many cais. I! I Reuben in I ! I New S I (York S Mp f I A Laughing Treat that Cannot PEfi CLEVER COMEDIANS, ifl PRETTY GIRLS, J1! I STUNNING COSTUMES, jj. A SCLNIC MARVEL. fflm ONE CONTINUOUS jjflMT LAUGH. St At Regular Prices H :!."cto$i.oo 11 Remember that join scat cou- Hlj ponsieprosenta chance In the Jr...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 10 October 1903

T WICE.A-WEEK- K fl VOL: h LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1903. NO 99 ijfl TO LOGAN CITIZENS Who are interested in the Government of this city. During the past few weeks the local exponent of Democracy lias made charges against the city administration. It has charactered the methods of Major Hansen and the council as "unbuslness-llkc," and spoken of these gentlemen as "Incompetents." Eer since the, bonds for the municipal electric light plant were voted, this simeoigan has set be fore the citizens a very discouraging picture of r the progress of affairs In vegaid to the plant, and few could hae gained from this paper any other Idea than that the $05,000 borrowed I money is being squandered recklessly, and that ' the city will soon be bankrupt tlnough mis management. HITS ADMINIST11ATION IIAIW. The latest comment In regard to the $03,000, Is a three-column, front-page,scare-head article setting forth facts and tigures calculated to prove the incapacity of Mat or Han...

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. — 10 October 1903

I to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 I Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure 1 I - -" This Brai,d Ncw fts43&ri9 I ' iJJy Studebaker Wagon ! 6 ," I- Fil Costing Us Exactly $103.50. ZTS ' Singer Sewing Machine 9H Ver Fine Sideboard Gosling $65.00 fOOTSL Gos,inB $20-00 1 A Description. WO A Description. B ThcSTUDKMAKEU WAOONisa$100farm vCJ?y flat wagon, with cover and every up-to-date im- .u, ' The SUIT OP CLOTHES Is at the big es- n r provement recognized as the best wagon for tabllslnnent of Campbell & Morrell Co. You Bin , the money on the market today. This wagon n iavo choice of any $15.00 suit In the house. IH comes from the Logan Hraneh of the great ttvfh urnnvTFn thit,pt spt II! Studebaker establishment, where may be found This SILVER MOUNTED TOILET SET srn,rr,r:rrs And the Following: .txprffisssrstp aHA l il Itli ' valuc like everything else you get at thlsstore. IB 'tiJsEWINO MACHINE Is a "SINGER"- '. The COAL Is the test on t...

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. — 10 October 1903

I W. L. DOUGLAS m, 3.S8 & 3 SHOESffi IKx Yon can iavo from $3 to S5 yearly by N wearing Y. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 ifcoci. f Tlioy equal thoso M that have bocn cost- T Vv IH Ing you from $4.00 Tl to 83.00. Tho im- (A 52 1 menso sale ot W. L. ffa WQ m Douglas sltooi proves MQfi'flsSN av B their superiority ovor pSSy &v '7 B all other makes. I3 TV 8ol-bv rotall shoo Pas '-J dealers Cvorywhcro. EyKg LS Look for namo and aLBLj .Jf prlco on bottom. wPSEiF I B That Doi -ss m Cor- S&MF A Colt prove there Is WMWPWP V raise la Ooaalas theei. e1JVBI!fcV sv H Corois li the klthrst Br- yraBSH trade Pat.Leethsr maita, sHftlaaaaafiVifaffB! r Ofor Kvrim titd. RMnnHsHJv74B9B Our 44 Silt fdje Llmcannotlt equailtSatany Brie; I "ja'Jaffhompson's Eye Water BREAKING IV TO HIM SOFTLY. Stammering Clerk's Explanation Was a Good One. In n certain law offlco In this city thcro la n clerk who Is nOllcted with occasional fits of stammering. Re cently ho was sent to servo some pa pers on another lawy...

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. — 10 October 1903

14 I I'V m Ij I THE LOGAN REt'UHLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOHKIl 10. 1003 H n MMM i mssssss iiiiB ww"- . . . .. . . . . h I ft The Logan Republican H SI fl 1 LOGAN CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. Ill J I tjPJ MOORE & TURNER; 1'UHLISIIER 'S Br (lessees.) H lr ' Official Republican Organ of Cache I County, Utah. ' O, by and for the Republican party llrst, last and always. Hj A Terrlllc Jolt, J I to I England's great statesman, Cham- 1 (. bcrhiln, In touching on that country's , 1 present condition, gives the Pom- I h ocratlc proposition of free trade In J ;;, tills countiy a most terrlllc rap. The I I' Democratic party Is partlcularlly fond ' , of referring to England as an example I S, of the glories of fico trade, and what S ! Chamberlain sajsiiitisteeitalnly :omc M In the nature or a bombshell. jjl In lilt great speech In paillaincnt, ilf Mr. Clumbcilain alluded to the leccnt H visit he made to Venice, when he Wti' found thecatnpanlle, which had stood He for centuries, and which, when he KM p...

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. — 10 October 1903

I M THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, OCTOHER 10, 00;i, . . Lbeetsi Beet Knives, Beet Forks, I Beet Gloves H Coal Hods, CWal Scoops and Shovels, B Chamber nails, and every description H of Galvanized and.lapanncd Ironware, H Tinware, G r a n 1 1 e w a r c , Brooms, H llnislics, General and lluilder's I In id - H ware and Snorting Goods. Very low- est cash prices I R. Lafount & Co. H :is Cknteii Stiiuht, Logan, Utah I Notice of Intention to I Tax. B Notion li lu'rHiy uhiii by tlio city council B of Ugai City. Utnli, that It Intend to lcy a M sihh'IsI tax on tlio real I'stfttoliori'liiafli'rcli- 1 scrlln'd. for tlio tmriioso of Inylnir a oi'iiiunt M HiliwBlk six ftt-t wlilu nml fur tlioimriHtsu of M levyliiir mill tax. a Hpoclal taxlitu ilNtrlct to H iolowiitiiitl designated asSldonnlK District B No.ftwlll liucreatcd ivltliln the iKiunilnrli'S K. of tlio district to Ih alfri'tisl ami liuietltrd l.y BC thcsalil IniVrori'iiiont. B Tnattliu said lmiiruement will bt-irln nt Hr the cor...

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. — 10 October 1903

MLgrf "" - Mpf",Jai.Hs,' IH'jT'H'U-tff'. ' ... 1 1 r Vkt REPUBLICAN. 1? I LOOW, ... UTAH, Bf '''"wv'VSflHESKViiBHBIBC'BBSSHHHHiHZt L UTAH STATE NEWS. v V A Salt Lalco man Is the owner of a Hl kitten, recently born, which has Ave : 'ft 1B8. i An effort Is being mndo to organlzo I T e enmp of Confederate vctorans In I tiftah. 'i A marrloBoi ceremony was por- ft, formed nt Cnllontes last week, tho W- first In that town In two years. H Tho twelfth nnnnnl convention of Jul tho Utah Stnto Teachers' association I jm, aiiot In Bait Lako City on Monday. I ft? Tho Utah conference or Sovonth I V i)ay Advontlsts nro holding their sec- UK end nnnunl session In Salt Lako City. fjH Tho receipts oftho Salt Lako City IM postolllco show an lncrcaso of $21,000 B during tho fiscal year onded Juno 30 R- last. Bl . S. S. Twombloy of tho Utah Agrlcul- B tur.il experiment station, has taken a ffl I position In tho California State Poly- KB I tcchnlc school. Hy Tho thirteenth annual convention of KS' tho Ut...

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. — 10 October 1903

UUtaii Mortgage Loan Corporation Tilling Office corner, logan, Uah lias plenty of MONEY AT ALLTIM for FARM AND CITY LOANS at lowest rates. No Commis sions charged Bricks for Sale The Finest that curt and Arc ever made. Plenty on hand to sup ply everybody. G. GESSEL, LOGAN. P.O. HANSEN -STONE CUTTER fAnd Dealer In Monuments and Tombstones. Samples of line work constantly on hand. North Main street, between Con. I. and Bobbin's building. Logan Real Estate & Loan Co. Choice Farms & City Property For Sale. REASONABLE TEBMS Louis L. Cakdon, Manager. Office .. C. M.I. Building. Up stairs. P. O. Box, 375 H. D. HANSEN SHOE BEPAIBER. ' 1 Door West Nielsen's Livery Stable Good substantial work done. Price Reasonable. Give him a Call. HARRY SWINVARD sU. Is still at the old stand next door fOjk South of Logan Nursery. CARRIAGE and BUGGY RE- 1 PAIRING A SPECIALTY. B Give us a Call. Satisfaction Guar H antced. I Palace Restaurant H AND Lodging House MRS. PARRY, PROP. m Everything New, Nea...

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. — 10 October 1903

KffMeUiiffriaitr' 'liuMt,.,,... . -i-" 't'iju'''iP'''u'llfrlIlMMPW)Sii iuxr.r--r---iir--iir ... in ------- .,, 1 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOBER 10, 1903. i - - " ', "'"'""M'"" ' "" " ----..-- ' i. ... . ... . MMM --. H 11 IT IS NO WONDER uT t' j tluit men smoke wlien p ' y they see our lino of smoker's jj;,, r supplies. Anybody would. jjft W j The tobaccos iiro of the f I " llncst variety unci of the most ' V A expensive cine. It The pipes give solid comfort I pr.. " to the old and young smokers. I .' c MOn'fc mention our cigars, I ;' especially, but smoke one of our Kk W - leading brands and jou will uL.W, smoke no other W- RITER BROS, DRUG GO. E ... LOGAN, UTAH . . . B l"', Franklin, Preston and Montpcller. Local Jottings. j. ! Sample Hats and Caps at cost. .1. i , . II. Anderson. ISupt.Langton was In Salt Lake Hist of the week. Miss Lottie West returned Wednes day evening from Salt Lake. Mrs. W. L. Thompson was over from Cache .Junction yesterday. A few loads of good ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 October 1903

&1 M T W l C E " A ' W E E K Srhb il VOL. I "" LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1903. NO 101 H UNIVERSITY VS. A. C. of U. Big Game of Football Comes off Today. Today at 3:30 is the big fame of football between the University and A. 0. of U. elevens, and it is antici pated that the II. Y. C. campus will bo the scene of more v. lid enthusiasm 21 on the part of rooters for tin dillcient WM teams than that gladiatorial Held has ' over before witnessed. During the past two weeks, or since the game with tho Ogden High School, the A. C. of U. bojs have been working hard and 'tis said the work is showing up handsomely in results. Last Saturday's game with the Salt Lake High School, In which the A. C. of U. boys were victors, has given them coniidcncc, at least aroused their spirits, and they aio going into this game to do or die. Tins week's work has done much good, in fact there has been so much Implement that another week of the same kind of work would remove tho least...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 October 1903

fcrrr,'r 1 1 mi 11 1 jjiiiiijMaiiirirBiii rn rM W9r " "' rm rH" RRa I ' ' I I to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 j Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure i I - -- This Brand New &sife1? I - ftiHLi Studebaker Wagon ! jfifcjft I 1; ' lJ Costing Us Exactly $103.50. j Singer Sewing Machine fillBQ?H' Very Fine Sideboard t Costing $65,00 apl(yA Costing $20.00 K- A Description. . W1 A Description. k The STUDEBAKER WAGON Is a $100 farm - , jHWJr K l wagon, with cover and every up-to-dato ira- X4,jb& Tlio SUIT OF CLOTHES is at the big es- BHK provement recognized as the best wagon for ' tabllshmcnt of Campbell & Morrell Co. You H " ; tho money on the market today. This wagon can have choice of any $15.00 suit In the house. If ' ' COmM fr0m Ul LOffa" BranCh 0f the great '" ThIa SILVPR MOUNTPD TOTTFT ?P"P H Studebaker establishment, where may be found , , hItB f UNTED TOILET SET j. very One stock high-grade vehicles of every de- A4 4-t. TTTc...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 October 1903

HOUSEHOLD , S A 1 If MATTERS S irindow-Cleanlng Made Km. TW cleaning of the upper sashes of irgd windows necessitates generally taifding on . stepladder, and In tills position It is by no means easy to polish the glass well. A yery simple contrivance will great ly lessen the labor of the window cletner and enables her to stand firmly on. the floor all the time. It Is made tr-jm an old broom, which Is no longer In the state to be of any use for sweep leg. Cut off what bristles remain, leaving the wood bare. On to this wood ftnll firmly a strong flat piece of board About a foot long and eight Inches iwlle. This should then bo covered with two or three thicknesses of house Annuel, fastened to It by tin-tacks, which enn easily be taken out when ever the flannel has to be renewed, true same sort of contrlvnnco Is useful for polishing the windows, but for thle purpose wush leather or linen should tie drawn over the padding of flannel. Philadelphia Telegraph. I To Clenn Shetland Sliwl. II ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 October 1903

Ri THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOOAN, UTAH, OOTOBEK 17, 1903 'I 11 The Logan Republican tr LOOAN, CACIIi: COUNTY, UTAH. ffl; I MOOItE & TUItNEIl, PUBLISHER If, 1 (LESSEES.) la Ofllclal Republican Organ of Cache If , County, Utah. 1 Of, by and for the Ilcpubllcan party $ . ' lirst, last and always. i . I Men Should Be Men. It Is but natural that the result of all primaries and conventions should ; prove unsatisfactory to some. Per- j sonal ambitions aie frequently thwart- w cd and many men have a dilllculty In readily adjusting themselves to de ft feat. This Is true In the Democratic ! k party and It Is true In the Republican ;' party, and the success of cither party, ' ' where there Is a close vote, usually hangs to a great extent on the actions of the defeated candidates and their H followers. I Tiik ItaruiiMG'Ax holds that any i ' f man who Is not willing to abide by "' the decision of a primary or coiiven- ?, ' Hon is nut a lit man to have a vote In , , that convention provided of ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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