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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

v7hhi I w; learnt ftephliom. 11 1 , TWICE-A-WEEK I Volgmn II LOGAN, UTAH, December 26, X903. Number 1 5 CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND During Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries. Custom of Observance Greatly Different. I, Now that Cluistmas Is here Kt and our thoughts aie tinning to that AV time and Its festl Itles, let us go back RP afcwcentuilesantl sec what Christ- Kr mas was in "Meirlo England," In the lBtli and 10th centuries. Let us notice I especially llic attitude of the people of that time of the season, and to the I sacred events connected w ith It. I Christmas In those d,i)s was not a I single day or sport and festivity, but I covered a considerable period longer even than our holiday week, for It lasted fiom Dec. lGtli to "Twelfth Night" on Jan. (ith. It was in 'Mer rio England" that "Meirie" Christ mas took Its firmest loot, and this whole period wasglen up to a festival of sport and reehy, though Clnist mas day, bee. 2.tli, was, as now, the most Important da) of them all. The Chri...

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 December 1903

JW.' Wk THE BEST KITCHEN UTENSILS. WS. Engllch Paper Admits Superiority of Hj German Methods. MP Tho superiority of Gorman house- mtg Imlil and kitchon utensils over English (Hi ones Is discuscd by a correspondent jIHf who Instances ns a dollshtful exam- HjB I'lo, tho china or enrthonwaro rolling ll pin, which has superseded our prlml- HI tlvo wooden one. It Is almost super- fluous to point out that It Is more Hj easily and thoroughly cleaned and Is Hf cooler for pastry baking than Is tho Hf wooden rolling pin. If tho well-to-do BI4 English woman wcro to work In her UJ . own kitchen she would surely never Kf tolcrnto such a thing ns tho ordlnnry Mr Jug, always narrower at the top than HI at tho base, and thereforo lmpoaslblo flu to get clean, except with much unnec- !K cssary labor; sho would Invent a JH soup spoon with a lip at tho sldo; and HL Bho would Insist on ovoryday cup and BE Jug nnd vegotablo dish handles being n put on square, so na not to harbor dirt. if, London Telegrap...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

BH I PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE, M, Consult County Clerk or the Respective Sign-JftjK- crt for rurthcr Information. 1 In the District Court, Probate Division In and I for Cache County, State of Utah. NOTICE TO GUEIUTOItS, Kstateof Jonathan S.llowcn, deceased, Creditors will present claims wltli vouchers to tho undersigned at the olltc-o of James C. Walters, attorney. "5 North Main street. Io gan. Utah, on or heforo tlio 3rd day of April. 1004. , , KnotiA O. Cook. Administratrix with tho will annoxed of Jon athan a, llowen, deceased. Date of llrst publication December Sid. 11X0 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estatoof Nathaniel C. Ilottcl, deceased, TIih undersigned will sell at private sale on or after tho Tth day of January, 1W)4, at tho offlro of .1. Z. Stewart. Jr., Attorney, thofol lowing real estate: All of lot eight (). of block eighteen (IS), plat "I" Logan Island Survey. In Losau City Cache County, Utah. Terms of sale, cash. Ten per cent down, balance, upon confirmation by the C...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

It lit I JOSEPH SMITH'S LAST SERMON, Delivered at Nauvoo, Illinois, a Short Time . RL Before the Prophet's Martyrdom, Iff, A fi! weeks ago, Tin: Hki'IJiimcax Issued In pamphlet fonn tlie "Last n hcrmoii of .Joseph Smith" as contain i ed in the Mlllcnl.il Star. In this scr rjL mon Is set faith the Lattci-day Saints' fitt idea of the God-head, and these pam lyt" phlets worn piinted far the I'rcsbylc W' rlanTeachers Association for distil bu lk, tlon among the vvoikots of that body tn InLhlsStatu.incielyasieferenccs.Soinc filF or these copies fell Into the hands of j If Lattci-day Saints licio In Logan and IE wo hac so many mipicsts for these f p.implilets (which we can not supply) JEf that It has been deemed advisable to Jjt publish thosaini! In the columns of j1! Tin: ItniMiiiMCAN. Wc present the ll scimonhcic exactly as published In 11 the pamphlet: k tiii: hiui.muv. It- lli:u)Vi:i Salvim Igjr My subject Is the dead; on the de llf cc.iscof oui Hiothei Kollcl, who was I'l ciuslied to...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

The Only Double-Track Railway Between I the Missouri River and Chicago. The Overland ' Limited The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Buffet smoking and library cars with barber and bath, Booklovers Library, Pullman private compart- 1 mem observation cars, drawing room sleeping cars, dining cars; ' I entire train electric lighted and through to Chicago without change. ' Direct connection at Omaha for ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS j A Ticket", rccrvatlons and lull in- I m . formation can be obtained Irom K MM L- A- Walkkk, General Accra B W Chicago H North-Westem Ry. . j- I 3o6 5o.AUInSt I ' I Salt Uke City, Uuh. i IT""" Oregon Short Line R. R. CACHE VALLEY TIME CAM"). ElTcct on Nov. 22nd, 11)03. No. II, Dally. No. 15. Dally Mixed. I'ooatullo 2;4j p. in.. . 2.30 n. in. Halt Lake 5:45 " . .. . . Il:45iun. Ocden 7:15 " 1:25 " Caclio.Ict. S:55 " ... 5:30 " Mrnilon l):13 " II 00 " Imuran 11.30 " 11:25 " SmlthOcld 9.4S " 7:00 " Itlclimond D.5'1 " 7:42 " rranklln lO:!1 " HM5 AIIHIVKS. I'ri'itoi...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

BflBBBP w ' WF One Year Ago. I fFW ' Wfts 'nn"nf by your sldo ' 7 Juit ono cnr nio to-night, V " It wns ere, tho moon wns Milnlnn I' All about looked pay nnd bright. if With titittercupH of golden jellow BHf Onlly wcro tho mendows decked, , IB? And nbovo m, hrnven's ennopy, JL Tho sky, nil with soft cloud necked. HBJ , Tender leaves on tree, unfolding. jjf TJIrds their pong In branched tung, JbB y, Still wo stood tlieie In the moonlight SY i " ' Till the stroke ot tho old clock rnntf. BBt '" UE)L . "Only nine" we need not hapten, Bjr!' ' Let' us lhiRcr while no mny, fUBfc., Tlmo boci swiftly, who knows dear one, B&' VIint mny happen In n day? thHh If K: ' ' ,0t ,,s "nKer '"oss the mendows. Jipir f Hustling thro' the willow trees, ll&Bt (Never mlndlnt? light or shadows), iKwF' Comes a sweet, icfreshlnR breeze. 3fF ' 0h iMh BPot! I,,,w 1 ,n lovn '" iTlW' Memory's voice now calls to me. ir "Ccmc ngnln, mul drenin nnd linger 'UpR 'Ncnth tho diooplntf willow tree." ruBr Clara llc...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

H m il I I I AMOUS OF LIOHTO. iBk i ' ydyctone Has Saved Thou- HJ ' from Watery Grave. oubo the world over has ' I o anions ir 'icrs as that m Is fourteen" miles oft tho :i ihl'n End. It is perhaps flcurntod In tho world. It sen used as an Illustration ' 'd preachers, for no othor s In such a loncsorao or I ilaco, and nono costs so I C I and trouble. There are I irs who live thero with I ; es, and two of them aro 1 uty, while the third Is on I U oast enjoying a vacation. I ' o each other each rronth, H lie of the keepers remains I I lire than two months at a I :l I chango and rest Is said to I ky necessary to prcscrvo I Yt the keepers. Tho light I I I feet high, was erected ' J ost of $100,900. and rises I I prReil rocl.'. Tho first I Mm erected on this rock as H Sis 1G97, put wns washed I lean; after and was not re I Hn lone; time. The second W( down In 1775, tho third 17C7 to 1S82, and was fain I H-ory. I MiE-TALS SHOW FATIGUE. I ' 8i,me Symptoms as Ex- A) KLhaustcd Nerve. M jHJ'c...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

ji The Logan Republican. JMraJg I.oiun, Oaciir County, Utah. K 1 Published by Rf ! M O O It E & 'J' U II X B II Wb ijjfc (Lessees.) Js&jS Issiii'il Twlco-n-wwk, Wednesday nml jwlf Saturday. Kmi-rril Octolwr 21, 1MB, at Logan HI f$ Utah, as sccond-clast matter, under Act of Hif Cojiercss of March X l7l. "flEtV A- "" Ih & Subscription, Payable in Advance MS fe, Olio Year J2 60 IK Six Months 1 .25 Hfjfw Tlirco Montlii 75 ftfl' - Local Jottings. mWrnVt ' ?&' ' Shoes shlnud fie at City Shoe Store SBK,' Purls, Idaho, Is.to huvc a telephone Hlpt exchange. Bj-' y- We collect all kinds of indebted- Bftffi." ness. II. A. Pkiikuhkn & Co. MEJ; Dr. A. II. Cantill, of Denver, Is a mb?' physician at Ilyrmn. 'Mill We'll be loooking for vou every day ftHEfr now. Iioblnson 1 litis. I.") Main. ''JUk: , - ""' 0. Ilayball sold his half in- .BK", , terest in the watch to A. 1'. Kliason, ' 'MM'' for $2.fi0. mBRt"-' Ejf- Special Holiday Sale of FaKF Perfumes at Riter Bros !'" Drag Co. i...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

Stye ixrgmt Ucpublican. I L i I Volume II. LOGAN, UTAH. January 1, 1904 I 1 acl) jogfiil note tlje birJoreielb ! I 1 1 ayil!l!UIII!ll!llllllJll!!lll!lllllllllll(IIIAIM I i t&b a : jg Oy lHllZL I II 1 I &spbr F MML l W j I i I f I ' H II 'Pm JBm Z' , hI BMtfcM.-. rzL2l2L2LJZZ2iiiiilL . -..- , .- .j'.asfrAgiyifo,..,jAiM

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 December 1903

I We Have still a Small Stock of IMPORTED GOODS ' I JBjt And as we are closing our retail department soon, )&L I ' Mb'Sk w e t0 our avantage t0 kuy NOW; even AftB I fJwuii not n actual neec e gsr as our Prices are IBBnl pW Call in and get bargains while they last. It is our H I . lltlf intention to devote our whole time in the future to WW I E UyjL manufacturing only. ..... IPSwl I I CACHE KNITTING WORKS I I Next Door to the Clock. - 37 North Main, Logan, Utah I I Dunbar, Robinson and Company I HI Are Exclusive Agents in this city for I i Crouse & Brandegee Clothing for Men. I H da Spitz Schoenberg Cloth- vfli- 'KKiEI J Peters' Shoes for Ladies I I ing for Boys. M fill BIIII EMmiyW aiK ildren. I I Nettleton &Crossett's Ml (Ml f None better for style, fit I I Shoes for men. & 111 J fflfJIW f P f and Price- - I illp Two Stores, Main and Center Sts. S 1

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

T '"" " ' " ,. .i m-n. . , M , m n ,.,,,,,,., ; ..nMTi),f.,fcnt.i.l.....M.,afr,,fc13.flfqaMfMpif W " in '- t ' -" "S 'Kit jj, 7F,eS!iMHl " - TlHH! VMV fl !hhhI jf Stye foan ftejwMam. I I TWICE-A-WEEK I H 'sIhhbh B Volume II. , LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, JANUARY J, 1904 Number 17 , ! I I The Cities of Cache and their New Mayors I I I Smithfield City. HlW fL i -, W F X HvHHMHKb. X Hb M " HvHvHvfllHL It ia S? nlfewHB B Hi. '12 i 5 hY R V t 1 1 1 iHHHWw' mYAW H yHHHpHHHHhW H tHvH$'jHvHvHv Hj 11. T. 1'KTKllsON, MAVOK HI OK SMlTlfKIKM). Hi The people of Sinllhflcld tuke oil H their hats today to the gentleman H whose likeness appears ;tboc Mr. II. H T. Peteison, the new Major, Mr. H Peterson was elected Major of Smith- H Held at the last election by a majoilty Hj of 114 over Mr. A. II. Chamber, demo- H crat. The new major Is the genial and H successful manager ot the Fanneis' Hi Union mills located In our sister city HI and numbeis his fi lends hj the him H dreds. H Those whom Major Petei...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

bbbI I TWICE -A-WEEK jH f Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, JANUARY 1, 1904 Number J 7 IH lit - - 'siH SIGAR FACTORY FOR LEWISTOIM I H A new organization of the Lew Is ton H Sugar Company was olTcctcd In this H city on Friday .Ian. 1st, with the fol- H lowing olllcers: C. W. Nlbley, presl- B dent; W. II. Lewis, vice-president; Hj and David ICcclcs, Joseph Morrell, K Joseph Howell, Geo. C. Parkinson, tThos. I). Dee, W. I). Hendricks, II. II. '-, Spencer as directors. 11. II. Kolapp VK V was chosen seeietary and treasurer. IS The executive committee Is composed H of C. W. Nlbley, V. H. Lewis, Geo. C. H Parkinson and II. II. Kolapp. Dlirer- B ences that have heretofore existed be- H twecn some of the above named gen- fl tlcmcn have been eliminated and cv- B cry thing is peace and haunony, which bespeaks well for the new enterprise m in the north. It Is- designed that the Lcwiston factory will be practically the same as the one In this city. The exact location of the Lcwiston factor...

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. — 1 January 1904

I I From the County at Large 1 I THE LATEST FROM HYRUM H Mary Salversen Dead H A New Doctor H Locates atHyrum-Dr. HI Cantril of Denver. H As Llio eehos of Christmas lejolelng H were fading on the car and tlic mid- H nltiL hour was slowly passing, the H voice uf He who holds the destiny of H all men In Ills mighty hand, spoke to H one of llyunn's fair daughtcis and H said: "Mary Saheiscn, come home." H Humbly she obeyed. Hcconolled to H her Mast ei's will, without stiuggle or H pain, she closed her eyes and wenl into H a sleep that knows no awakening H Peaceful and iiulct, Just as her IITe H had been, so did she depart for her fu- Hj tine home. Her f uncial was held on H Tuesday at one o'clock p. m. The Hj spcakeis wcie Samuel Paiklnson, of H Ogden;C. S. Wlnge, l'attlaich O. X. Hj Liljcnqiilstand Hlshop II. V. Llljen- H tpiist. Words of pialsc for the do- H parted and consolation and encourage- H incut for her lclat Ives wcie dcllvcicd H by thu speakers. She was a good ghl, H loved 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. — 1 January 1904

BBBBBBBT7f m H' t I Cache Mining Activities B Cache county Is not yet :i I'.irk City H noru Hlnghaui, but bufoio the lucky B. strikes that biought these fields Into BY prominence weic made the posslblll- BB tics were no nunc manifest than in BV Cache at picscnt. "Mines are made, B not found," sas an expert, and Just Bf now capitalists of Cache county are en- BY gaged in making mines in the very BBB same way they wcie made at Park BBB city and liingham. Various claims BBS are now being worked and the lndl- BB cations aio veiy favoiable. It is B not beyond the bounds of possibility BBl that Cuchc county the "granary of BBl the state" may et become the Clip- BBl pic Creek of Utah, and Logan, "the Be Athens of Utah," become a mining Bg center the e(pial of Hutte. Among V the most ptomislng claims Is the H AMAZON GKOUI'. B There Is perhaps not another nil- B developed mining piopcrty In the BB State of Uta'i whose future picscnts Bj greater possibilities than that ol the fi Amazon Mining...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

(A Brief Sketch of ! As a Basis for a Discussion Tho past of Cache Valley does not extend over so many years that It is not known to many of those now liv ing within Its con tines, from the time that Peter Maughan, with Win. Maughan, George Uryan, .John Talt, Morgan Morgan and Zlal Klggs set stakes at tho. present site of W'clls vllle, but fifty seven years have elapsed. Considering the dIMoultles encountered by the early settlers, the transformation of this valley from a wild grazing country to an expanse of untold wealth, populous cities and happy homes has been most remark able. Where sage brush, wild grass, 4 Indians and rattlers nourished, fac tories, mills, creameries, houses of worship, magnificent school buildings, banks and splendid business houses, y now stand, and thcic nourishes a ' t fcri twentieth century civilization that Is y most gratifying. A past of sixty I years in which such wonderful (level- I opment lias been made can not but be H a glorious one and the histor...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

'1 BUSINESS IN THE COIIMTY TapTTAL I I THATCHER BROS BANK Pioneer Financial In , stitution in Valley, The Thatcher Brothers' Hanking Company is not only the pioneer bank ing institution of Logan City and Cache Valley, but of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho. Its twenty cars of growth, financial influence and increasing prestige hae been phenomenal. Its incorpoiatc name ( has locomc throughout Northern yi, Utah. Southern Idaho and parts of XMVjoPiing a household woid. The j car 183.1 shows for that institution its most remarkable ad vancement and the unmistakable evi dence of its financial sticngth and prosperity. The statements of Its condition as to its balances arc, fast approaching the million mark, a re maikable rccoul for any bank located in a center of less than "000 Inhabi tants and In an agi (cultural commun ity. Its scope and influence In aiding commcicial and Industrial advance ment Is j early incicaslng in a man ner satlsfactoiy to the surrounding communities, as well as ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I What Fifty Years Has Wrought I FACTS CONCERNING THE PROGRESS OF CACHE COUNTY H Klfty-scvcn years ago Cache county Hj was tmpco)lcl save by Indians, and H when settlers came Into the valley In M ')", the country was considered good HI for little more tlmn grazing lands. HI There arc tliosc progressive people. H restless In disposition, ever striving B for advancement, yet not content to H wait, who feel that the progiess of H the valley is slow, yet a recital of H what has been accomplished In tlfly H years will prove to foreigners, at least, H that the progress of Cache county has H really been remarkable. We some- H times forget to "count our many H blessings, and name them one by one," HI and Tiih Hih'Uiilkmx has hero mi- Hi dcrtaUcn a brief tabulation of the HI blessings we enjoy and ImetoolTcr Hj to prospective icsidents. Whole sixty Hj years ago there was naught but Isola- H lion, now Is a county of untold wealth H and possessing possibilities unlimited. H what wj: aui: ruoun...

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. — 1 January 1904

l -I M tho magnitude of tlio business trans HV Thcolllecisof tlio hank arc. W. S. H McCornlck, president; .tames Quaylc, B vice president; Allan M. Fleming, B cashier; George A. 1'oiclval. assistant HS HS The board of dltocton consists of H the following named gentlemen: W. H S. McCornlck, James tjunyle, Jos. F. H Smltli, Thomas Small, John II. An- Hj dcrson, Soicn Hansen, John II. Davis, H 0. C. Goodwin, Allan M. Fleming. H CACHE VALLEY BANK H ING COMPANY- H opened Its doors for business a few H mouths ago and is probably the health- H lest youngster of Its kind in this In- H tor-mountain country. The men back H of this Institution have the money, H the ability, business prestige and per- H sonal popularity to make of the bank Hal a power In Northern Utah and their H rapidly incicaslng palionagu is proof HV that tlic time is not far distant when H this institution will rival its older HV competitors. V The Cache Valley Hanking Co. Is Hb I not located In the largest building In HV t...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I Logan, "Temple City of the NoriiF and "Athens of Utah.' Tlio "Temple City of the North" Is applied to Logan because of the fact that one of the four temples of the Latter-day Saints Is located heie, and "Athens of Utah" comes as a natural ' . ' result of the huge educational Insti- vtutlons which have been established J HJl here. The efficient public school sys- tern of Logan City also adds to this reputation. In an educational way, Logan of fers greater educational opportunities than any city of the Slate of Utah, whose magnificent buildings lear their lofty spires from the high bench nearest the Wasatch lange of moun toins on the east, is one of the most complete schools to be found in the western countiy. The design of the school is to gic the joung men and women of northern Utah, southern Idaho and western Wyoming, a prac tical education, one lining them for the sterner duties of life, and Its In- i flucnce Is evidenced in the rcmaikable advancement of the young people who hav...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

LOGAN KNITTING FACTORY Tills Is a corpoiatlon having a capl v J tal stock of MO.OOO. and the following 1 ofllcers: .losoph Moriell, president; Molvln J. Eallatd, vice-president; Jos eph E. Cardon, secretary and tieas urcr. These with Abraham O. Wood ruff and Matthias F. Cowley, compilso the board of directors. A glance at these names shows the personnel of the coiporatlon to be of the highest character. The institution was founded In 1898, by Joseph E. Cardon and MchlnJ. Ballarri, as co-partncis, and It was made a corpoiatlon Jnmiaiy 1, 1903, with the above olllccis. This is one of the largest knitting factories In Utah. It has a plant of gieat capacity, with modem machin ery. Its trade lias gtown to laige pro portions, so that It covets with its traellng men the following states: Colorado, North Dakota and Wyom ing on the east, Idaho and Montana on the noith, Washington, Oiegon, Ncada and California on the west. Its products aie noted foi excellence of stjle and finality and the la...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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