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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

VOL. I "THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW TheTrutth and Here I It Is in a Nutshell. I The work on the light plant is being I pushed as lapldly as possible. Cement I hasairlvcd and vvoik on the power I house has been commenced. It Is I conlldcntly expected that the flume, I pipe line, etc., will be completed In- sldcortlnco weeks. The nnehlneiy I Is due now In a veiy shoi t th.it and It 13- will not take a ficat while to get it pMf into place. Mayoi Hanson Is of the f opinion that it will be possible to turn on the lights by December loth. Tills is gratifying news and makes those extiaordlnary qualifications of Mr. Anderson as a mechanic wholly useless in the major's olllce. That a caieful Inspection of the Re coider's books fails to rceal any reso lution creating a City Hall Fund. That the $3,072 which "the only" claimed was due that fund had been used by them for some purpose or other andthcie was not a led cent In the tieasuiy, but Instead a debt of $28.87. That the $:i,072 which "the only" ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

i ! I awTIlNDQUIST, nffllj 1 sj " ' Undertaker. jSj ,' '1st Nortli St. Eist of Tithing OITlco m' Hjj'l i " When In tlio cault.il cltj stow at th. If "J i Windsor Hotel, I Ij SALT LAKE CITY HH Centrally Lcvalral. South of Ifcnyon ITotnl, tH$ JlslnHtrupt. Kuronnaii plan, Katus rossou- IffH ' , Able. Statu Irnilnsulli'itud, WMfL : Rates oOc and up. ll : IB' j A, H. PALMER IB j j The Plumber US I 37 "West, 1st Nortli Street, ft ! ! GARDEN HOSE SPRINKLERS HK j to. Just arrived from the Factory. Mifl I 10 cents per foot and tip. m i I ; I Joseph E. Wilson Jr. I I I CONTRACTOR B f J and Dealer In Cement, Is prepared to ( ' contract for sidewalk woik, cellar and , & etablo lloors, and icservohs. Call at . g 128 South Ji'irbt East St. ! f ' H B ! James C. Walters, 1 . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW u rint National iiank Logan Utah m it 1 1 Petersen and Sons I J TnE PAINTERS Ba I B ITouso, Sign and Carriage Tainting. I U i it Shop: One Ulocl- South of Thatch- , Bf I j ' Hank II I! Oregon Short Line R. R...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

I lEI STS S.SS mm 0F MUVEMHCE MUM KIDNEY, BLADDER, AND URINARY TROUBLES Bl Tt'a fflA ftnnl m1 -lM. M It' thfl people r1in H doubt ami become K I cured while they doubt Kk who praise Dunn's rills F the lilgheat. V Aching backs are eased. Itip, bock, and loin pain overcome. Beelllngof the Umba tutf dropsy signs Tanlah. They correct urine with brick dust aedlment, high colored, 1 n In islng, dribbling, frequency, bed wetting, Doau'a Kidney Fill remoTe calculi and Crarel. Itellaie heart pal- Eltatlon, sleeplessness, eadache, ocrTuusness, tuzslness. ' TATbOBTItX. Miss. "I tried everything fora weak bock and gut nn relief until I used Doan's Pi la." J. N. Lcwta. ftaitt 10 tun,' fjfllll aiviCAfidoa. vSslf NMr P. O. 8T AT t .. SJS.,lV."""nCU" WH" id'i' "" MJUDICAL AimcFj-llKli The reaaon yon can get this trial free Is be raiian they t uro Kidney 111 and nlll iirore It to Jou. ..IF "aiNcn. Mica "Doau'a Mduey lllli hit Ui case, w blch waa an unuaual dealre to urinate bad to get up (Ire or six...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

If Si! ' THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOBER 2. 1003 I ! ' The Logan Republican !fjn j I l.OOAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. IHI j mqore & turner, puhlisher Ufi! , ) (LESSEES.) Wff Olllcial Republican Organ of Cache Hal I County, Utah. jjj Of, by and for the Ilepubllcan party Ha , j tlrst, last and always. Hi! THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. Int j IjP j For Major. I E. W. ROHINSON. jfl I City Recorder. S HATTIE SMITH. iD City Marshal. IH ' EMEU CROCKETT. J. ) H9 ' Cltj Treasurer. H J IIYIIUM CROCKETT. V City .lust ice of the Peace. H ' H- A. PEDERSEX. HIV H COUNUILMUN H 1st Ward HI 4-jcar W. C. Danlclscn Hj, 12- ear Olif Petersen R 12nd Waul n 4-iear T. II. Smith IM --year Lars. Jacobscn H- 3rd Waid H 4-j ear J. W. Craw ford I , --jcar lohu Qua lc B 4th Ward H. f 4-) ear Oeorgc W. Llndquist I 2-jcar ....Ell .I.JIcll H j f.thWaid H U 4-.car James McNeil H fj linear Fredcilek Scholes W & 1 setting forth a defense of Mis F I Caidon's nomination, and the way F that nomination came about "...

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. — 28 October 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, OCTOIJKlt 28, 1003, I Republican Party. Democratic Party. socialist Party. I o o o o I I I For Mayor, For Mayor, For Mayor, For Major, I .EDWARD W. ROBINSON. ANTI10N ANDERSON. ALEXANDER LEWIS. ' For Marshal, For Marshal, For Marsha), Kor Marshal, fll I EMEU CItOCKETT. LUC1AN C. I'ARR. JOSEPH C. JENSON. .' II I For Recorder, For Recoider. For Recoider, For Recorder, 'I I HATT1E SMITIl'. . MARETTA S. ORMSBY. HENRY C. OLSEN. ,' I For Attorney, For Attorney, For Attorney, For Attorney, """ ,'fl I PEARL E. KEELER. ' 9 D For Ti ea.su rcr, . For Treasurer, For Treasurer, I For Tieasuier, pll M&s HYRUM E. CROCKETT. LUCY S. CARDON. MRS. JOHN CROWT11ER, ', fl mf For Justice of the I'cacc, For Justice of the Peace, For Justice of the Peace, For Justice of the Peace, , tfl I HANSA. 1'EDERSEN. LOUIS S. CARDON. GEORGE J. WHEELER. ,' jjfl I For Councllmcn First Ward, For Councllmcn First Ward, J For Counelhnon First Ward, For Counclhiicn First Ward, II I Foifr...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

1 XJ9 REPUBLICAN. I " jB LOGAN, ... UTAH Hf And France won't bo content with IS ' faalf-morocco either. re; i ' JK t Colombia may hold a poor hand, but IF "ho has a first rato poker faco. f Tho worm has turned. Antl-HIn- 1 watha clubs have Htarted Into being. Mv Things are moving rapidly when a ' m borso that trots In 2:01 Is considered I I , alow. iB Tho more popular a driver Is, the H longer neck his horse scorns to have In a closo finish. tjflj War between South American repub- pBt' Hob Is always useful in relieving tho ' onnul between revolutions. , Mary Mncl-nno says tho futuro Is a .' luto without strings. It may also be b described as an untootcd fluto. ." I Mr. Balfour soomB fated to play sec- ; 1 ond fiddle. First Chamberlain nnd now tho king Is taking first honors. tl rl Turkey Is willing to bring nbout ro- 1 forms In Macedonia If sho Is only glvon tlrao and her ammunition holds out Tho hickory nut crop Is rcportod to bo unusually largo. If tho coal trust doosn't bohavo wo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

'H I to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 j Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure T tA This Brand New 1 I igs!SHgj o luut'Uaivt'i m a y u ii i mmMI 1 I PH ksJ Costing Us Exactly $103.50. Jjj-S I I Singer Sewing Machine (5 Very Fine SWfllloanl I xvf Wyk f livocripiionB ii ThoSTUDEBAKERWAGONlsa$100farm XJClLy r H wagon, with cover and every up-tb-dato itn- -USfcef The SUIT OF CLOTHES is at the blir cs- H 1, provemcnt-rccognlzed as the best wagon for tabllshment of Camobcll & Morrell Co. You IH Jflfc the money on the market today. This wagon can have choice of any $15.00 suit In the house. ! ,. By comes from the Logan Branch of the great - . 9M Studebaker establishment, where may bo found This SILVER MOUNTED TOILET SET IH very fine stock hlgli-grado vehicles of every de- A J 4.1 T7 ft ' Is the prettiest thing you over looked at and f scriptlon and a most courteous set of men to xilO IflC " OllOWinQ'J m!y be seen at the City Drug Store. It is ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 28 October 1903

Hi 3j ' THE LOGAN UKPUHLICAN, LOO AN, UTAH, OCTOHKR 23. 100.-.. II When RITER'S Label is on the M Bottte mm You know Die contents iire pure S23k That's the standaid vve,c put WHt' on our diugs. 9 i That's the standard we've put on jB our Wines and Llquois for MB Medicinal purposes. Ki ' Thc.samc cam In selecting them H that Is exercised In selecting the tm 3 Drugs that rocs Into jour pmserlp- Ira tlons and we know that poor wines IH fjl and liquors will do you nioic M H harm than good. J 11 if "Wo want the wines and llquois I BJ 18 jov take for medicinal purposes n ft ! B to do jou as much Rood as the jjj ' picscrlptlons we till for you. ill 1 1 Can jou wonder then why we say I U a ' when filter's lahel Is on the table H g The contents am pine. 1 5 RITER RROS. DRUG GO. I !' ... LOO AN, UTAH . . . H f ' Franklin, Pmston and Montpoller. w I Sign Writ- I ing. . . . D ' The KXPHKT s 1 g n u liter W.J.Wallace H i willicmalu In Logan AND ' y WILL CALL ON ANY M I I OUTSIDE TOWNS when H ' '...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 October 1903

.wM T w 1 c E A w E E K "" H V0L LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1903. NO m ' II J WHO TELLS THE TRUTH? , 'Pedersen, Hurst, and Mack, on one side And Attorney Nebek er on the other. Ml Below 111 be found two signed Wr statements in legard to the Justice I Pedcrsen affair. It will be rcmember- cd that "the onlj" proclaimed the I Judge as an untrustworthy person in I his otllclal capacity, accusing him of I undue haste, snap judgment and I injustice rather than justice. In our last issue, Mr. W. II. Huist, I the plaintiff in the case cited wherein Justice Pedcrsen was so gicatly at I fault according to "the only," felt called upon to set the Justice right ,1 befoic the people and piesented a I signed statement saying that ail of I the allegations in "tho only" weic wholly false, going Into detail and giving what he claimed were facts. I . Now conies Mr. Frank Ncbckcr, attorney for defense and sajs that Mr. Hurst's statements arc false In I many paiticulars: I Mil. NKH...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 October 1903

H I' IH'f Ins li If1 G. W. LINDQUIST, H I I; Undertaker. H ' It "1st North St, Ent of Tithing Oflloo H i I' ' H Thon In tho rnpltnl city stop at tha H 4, ' Windsor Hotel, H 1 1 ! SALT LAKE CITY H 'tff ' Centrally I-oraled. South of ICpiivoii Hotel, H iB ' ' Vain Street. Diruiwiui ulan, Kates ruasoii- H jlji . able. Statu trade solicited. H ll', i Rates oOo iiiul up. I j A I A. H. PALMER H 1? J The Plumber. H 1 1-," 37 Wast, 1st North Street. H GARDEN HOSE SPRINKLERS B l etc. .lust arrived from the Factory. H 10 cents per foot and up. B , ', Joseph E. Wilson Jr. H I CONTRACTOR H , H 'i nnd Dealer In Cement, Is prepared to H m contract for sidewalk work, cellar and H 'i , ctablo Moors, and rcservoiis. Call at H . j, 128 South First East St. H f James C. Walters, H j f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW H I j nrstNauJnJinank Logan Utah M i ff i . I , Petersen and Sons H hi ' THE PAINTERS V f? ' rtousc. Sign and Carriage Painting. H I Shop: One UlocV South of Thatch' H , f f ciV Hunk I i Oretjon Short Lin...

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. — 31 October 1903

1 ydkntOre.jp I STIBBING INCIDENT IN MOBOCCO I lM Il5ll KKKns nflcf adventure t-.l!a need go no further thnn j Sw Morocco for .stirring Incl- . Fn ifh ,Icnt I,ct ,1,cm luocly bo ! llgJI Ml cnptiued by the tribesmen I who nro In revolt ngninst tho Sultnn, niul If they live to tell the etory, inibllshors will ho eager enough to buy it. They nro fairly certain of receiving courteous treatment. They I may bo chopped to pieces ns mi ex- I ample of wlint tho followers of tho I prophet can do to n dog of an un- I believer, but until that moment arrives I they will llvo ns well ns their captors I Which, If not up to western standards, I Is better th. n not living nt all. This Is I suggested by tho btory told by Mr. B Harris, the correspondent of tho Lon- -l-' don Times, who speaks from expert- IT cuce. Ills capturo and retention by I tho tribesmen constituted almost nn I International (lneldcnt ns his captors I desired and his icleaso nftcr three tin- I comfortable weeks was the result only...

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. — 31 October 1903

KIP! SI Is Hi I I , i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOMER 31. 1003 '. ffi ' " ill B ' - - II The Logan Republican j'jwl ! LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. iWr Jffljfl MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER amitl (lksskks.) m3- M Olllclal Republican Organ of Cache Jjl I County, Utah. Hf i' Of, by and for the Republican party 'Mm I IflV I tlrst, last and always. iH- i !( THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. ''H For Ma) or. ! jj E. W. ROHINSON. H ; City Recorder. IIATTIE SMITH. M j City Marshal. H EMER CROCKETT. in ' H City Ticasurcr. M IIYRUM CROCKETT. HI City Justice of the Peace. B f II. A. PEDERSEX. Hi I COUNUlLMKN H J 1st Ward J j 4-joar V. G. Danlclscn H i H-jcar Olif Petersen N t 2nd Waul J I -1-year T. II. Smith ftwj-1 2-ycir Lars. Jacobscn U I 3rd Ward W ?j -1-year I. W. Crawford I1 ( 2-car John Quayle 4th Ward 4-joar George W. LIndqulst 2-year Ell J. Hell H f.thWaid Hn 4- car James McNeil H 2-jcar Frederick Scholcs ( Tit-for-tat. "Since the engagement of W. II. Huistas one of the editors of the "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. — 31 October 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH. OCTOBER .11. 1003, p & wm Republican Party. Democratic Party. socialist Party. ' ' I o o o o w: I i , HI For Mayor, For Mayor, For Mayor, For Mayor if til i EDWARD W. ROBINSON. ANTIION ANDERSON. ALEXANDER LEWIS. ' ' WM For Marslial, For Mavslial, Vor Marshal, For Marshal, "" ill EMER CROCKETT. LUCIAN C. FARR. JOSEPH C.JENSOX. ' ifH For Recorder, For Recorder. For Recorder, " For Recorder fill HATTIE SMITH. MARETTA S. ORMSBY. 1IENRV C. OLSEX. ' ll For Attorney, For Attorney, For Attorney, For Attorney, f l'EARL E. KEELER. jlH I For Treasurer, For Treasurer, For Treasurer, For Treasurer, 111 Jnr IIYRUM E. CROCKETT. LUCY S. CARDON. MRS. JOHN CROWTUER, Ill I For Justlcc-of the Peace, For Justice of the Peace, For Justice of the Peace, For Justice of the Peace, 11 I HANS A. PEDERSEX. LOUIS S. CARDON. GEORGE J. WHEELER. ' jH i - m I For Councllmcn First Ward, For Counclhncn First Ward, For Councllmcn First Ward, ' For Councllmcn First Ward, jfH I Four...

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. — 31 October 1903

l ITja REPUBLICAN. M ft tOOAN, ... UTAH, 1 '...'" ' I DTAJL STATE NEWS. I Tho now Jail nt Salt Lako City will 0 H be ready for occupants In about two 4 N wcoks. Tlio American Smelting & Refining m company Ir to erect n now smelter nt 9 Salt Lako City In tho near future cost al ln between $500,000 nnd $750,000. Ijm Tlio total enrollment of pupils In tlio ' ' public schools of Salt Lako City, ns shown by tho report for tho first month, ending October U, 1003, was 12, 7C1. Mayor Thompson of Salt Lako has vetoed tho resolution of tho city coun cil to dlsponso with scvornl sanitary Inspectors while contagion still Is so provnlont. A now trial has boon granted Con vict King, who with Lynch, Is charged : with hilling Colonel l'rowso at Salt Lako thrco years ago. A now trial was m denied Lynch. jfl About thirty of tho loading produco ' in floilcra of Salt Lal;o City mot last M week and organized what Is known ns I' tho Salt Laho Hay, Grain, Flour and tk Produce Exchange. Tho stato board...

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. — 31 October 1903

' ! V CfffltfJIPreCT'W"Mi-,sjj ,V.!IHUmOL'-i".i:'.l-MM-PMi M Jirl""iritfCtM pyJt?7???y'XiyiV"i1i"t7i'"iT B to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 1 Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Repyisan anil Secure 1 W fo-M This Brand Nevv 1 I SI PbJ Costing Us Exactly $103.50.. M?- ,- I I I Singer Sewing Machine (3 Very FillB SilelMr(i II ' 1 I I I ThoSTUDERAK:ERWAGONIsa$100farm . -3 I 1 fl I wagon, with cover and every up-to-date Im- "TrzrZi The SUIT 01-' CLOTHES Is at tho big cs- II , I SI provement recognized as the best wagon for tabllshment ot Campbell & Morrell Co. You 1 H S J I the money on the market today. This wagon can havo choice of any 315.00 suit In tho house. I 1 ;'H "5 I H comes from the Logan lhanch of the groat ; This Sirmt MOUNTED TOILET SET II fl I IE Studebakcr establishment, where may be found la the prettiest thing you ever looked at and I S S? And the Following: -g ir".t .u-aSrW store it, nm IF . . ...i.j. value, llko everything else you get at t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 31 October 1903

I' THE LOGAN ItEPUHLlCAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOBER 31, 1003. I When RITER'S Label is on the It Bottte I You know tlic contents arc pure That's the standard wo,ve put Im' on our drugs. I li That's the standard we've put on I B our Wines and Liquors for 1 V Medicinal purposes. H The same care in selecting them if ' that Is exercised In selecting the . Drugs that goes Into your prcseiip- ' M , tlons and we know that poor wines V and liquors will do you more M harm than good. : B ' We want the wines and liquors , yov take for medicinal purposes IS to do you as much good as the tjKfc prescriptions we It 1 1 for you. JP! Canyon wonder then why we say fjB ! when Klter's lahel Is on the lable If The contents are pure. , lf i' I i- RITER BROS. DRUG GO, j, ... LOGAN, UTAH . . . Franklin, Preston and Montpcllur. if Sign Writ- I ing I I I' The EXPEIlT sign writer 1 W.J.Wallace Iff . will remain in Logan AND IfflN WILL CALL ON ANY fell- OUTSIDE TOWNS when IB notified by mall or otherwise. H ' 1 also...

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

1 Putan X under the Eagle! ' Special Edition-- . -Put an X under the Eagle H M2tye foftan fkjwbliam. 1 i !) VOL. LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1903. NO ' ' 'JH THE NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT 1 A Fair Statement in RegafcL to the Progress Being Made on that Plant ' Pipe Line and Flume Three Fourths. Com pleted and Work begun on House In order to ascertain the exact truth In regard to the construction of the City Light Plant, llntne, pipe line, ctCj representatives of The Repuu lican visited the canyon Sunday af ternoon and viewed the situation. What wc don't know about the con struction of alight plant would till a good-sized book, and wc will not at tempt to Impose upon you by stating to you that wc do know a great deal about architectural construction. AVc merely desire to tell you truthfully what we saw and how Its looks to the the average man. POWER HOUSE The llrst thing seen was a number of men at work on the foundation of the power house, at a point nearly one-ha...

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. — 3 November 1903

if kjJ HI M& REPUBLICAN. M w M ; A man does not havo to dlo to Icavo 111 ft ,hla will. He may get married. ji The hearty feeding nations are tho :9fi much acblovlng nations. Mexican 9 Herald. ; IH Every tlmo wo hear about Xantlppo BJ ,wo mako tho guess that Socrates ' Eft. wasn't any nngel. It Is seldom that the Sick Man ot I Europe loels too "poorly" to sit up and I jmllo at tho powers. 1 Japan is sending troops to Corca, 1 but reassures tho world by explaining that It Is only for exorcise . Drossmalters bavo decreed that tho ! Kangaroo walk must go. In Australia It Is called tho kangaroo hop. A wallop or two from Mr. Fltzalm ' mons may convince Mr. Gnrdnor of tho duty of respecting tho aged. H , Young Chamberlain's monoclo ovl- M ' dontly constitutes his chief point of ' W rosomblancc to his strenuous siro. : Hft A hard fato confrohts Count Tolstoi. Bi Tho nusslan government has decreed , Wt' tlint ue sna" sta' nt YnsanaJapoIJaha. mm Notwithstanding tho football field is marke...

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. — 3 November 1903

fl '"' ifl ' bLI I nl to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 1 Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure 1 r ( .'fr This Brand New fjjjg? 1 I igJ -J&tei uiuvuinivi m u y u ii i rwMi 9 I "' rlP Costing lis Exactly $103.50. . jjS? 1 I Singer Sewing Machine . 9g Very Fine Sideboard 1 I A Description. W , A Description. I I ' ThoSTUDEBAKERWAGONlsa$100farm , HWy ' 'fl I wagon, with cover and every up-to-date im- Jfl4v The SUIT OP OLOTITES Is at the big e )fl I provement recognized as the best wagon for , . tabllshment of Campbell & Morrell Co. You ,'fl I the money on the market today. This wagon can havo choice of any $15.00 suit In the house. ifl fru comes from tho Logan Branch of the great ; -,,, SIL Veu MOTTNTFn totlft-sft , I mm Studebaker establishment, where may be found , Tm , m . T , , II KT very fine stock high-grade vehicles of every do- AnJ it,, T7ff t rJv. prettiest thing you ever looked at and fl scrlptlonnnd a most courteous set of ...

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. — 3 November 1903

u eft 11 It The City's finances $200 Surplus Instead of $24,ooo : Deficit as Falsely Stated. i jr "' "Journal -People Prove themselves Champion Jug- j j . : glers of Figures and Should Be Crowned. II; A STATEMENT Of PACTS. I 1 ' "The only" lias In two Issues presented to you a detailed statement of I j the city's finances, and while tlie figures arc practically correct, the Individ 1(1 ual Items arc so sadly and badly placed that the present administration Is Hi. credited with a $24,000 Indebtedness at tho end of next December instead of a H 1 surplus, as the truth will show. Compare the following figures: II FIGURES OF THE JOURNAL FIGURES OF THE REPUBLICAN 1 1 Which Are Wrong Which are Right Warrants outstanding Sept. The City's llnances are In this II 30,1903 '. $10,510 27 shape: III Duo Sinking Fund forte- Warrants outstanding Sept. . , I I dcmptlon of Liquidation 30, 1003 10,'ll) 27 'umk Bonds for the year 11)02.... 8,000 00 Expenses for October, No- I fflj Duo the same fund for...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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