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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

btAbtJ btJ I & Agricultural College of Utah & B The Agilcultiiral College or Utah Bp occupies u unique position In Ihc higher educational work of the state. Blj It was established by the territorial j lcglslatuie In 18SS, in pursuance of an BY act of congtess, appiovcd .Inly 2, 1802, BV granting public lands to the several Bp states and torrltotlcs for the est all- lishincntandinalntenancc of Inslllu- tlons or higher teaming, "In older to piomotc the liberal and piactlcal cdu- Blj cation of the Industilal classes in the Bp several puisuils and piofesslons of BV life." Hy an aetoTCongicss appiovcd Bp A uk'. ISO, 18!0, the college receives an- iual appioprlatlnns from the federal Bp government to bo applied to Instruc- Bp tlon in the dllTeient subjects of agtl- Bp cultiiie, engineciing and nicchaiilc arts, domestic science and arts, eom- meice, "English language and lltcra- Bp turc, and the vaiious branches of Bp inathcinatlcs, physical and nalmal H science. The work-of the In...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I ! bbYbI bbh - I City of Logan. H CO-OP (JHOCKKY AND B DIIUU CO. H This' company Is located at 14-20 H Center St., Loan, and stands hlh as H a representative business of this city, H Its career, though short, Is marked by H a steady giowth since Its Inception H seven years ago, when It opened Its H doors in tlic old '.. C. M. 1. building- on H the corner of First North and Main. Hj It was organized under the laws of the H the state and by men of Inten- H rlty and honor, the object In view be- H liiK to establish and conduct an instl- H tutlon along- the lines of a stralghtfor- H ward business policy, giving value re- B ccicdatall times. That policy has BH ever been adhered to and as a conse- BB (lucncu the linn has built up In the BB driiK' and grocery business a splendid BH trade both among the Logan people H and the people of all the towns In BH Cache Valley. B The Uo stores, drug and gioceiy, BH are llttcd up In the moit modern and Hfl . elegant style and fully attest the push H...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I ;H I lMMHMBBHHnMHIIMHInnH,llllaaHIMIalMaBHH"M 1 11 I Stocktafc- jft2S Friends: I I IMmfr! We make this an" I And at the same time yV yMmVlmmSmtt nouncement & at this XM I laying aside all rem- ljrfwlA4&l eary ate so at you 1H I nants and all Winter IJ M7 kw might be prepared to M I Goods to be cleaned ' y'lllf take advantage of the 1H I out at marked down QW W " 1 . j . ..m A&mmwmJfl I ' be offered to you. , 'iiH prices during our two s I' j lH I i j . i f li tutf- c-'T'rT t- iJ during the progress of IIH . days special sale to be THE STYLE T . . ,V , i j f , tnis sale Remember IH I Mo JT I OF A "DOROTHY DODD." I the dates, January 9th ay, January to Let us assume mat your shoes tit you. .v ou u nut next? I and Hth, t Saturday 111 I Hth. d I What is most important? 1'iupiestionabl "style!" Demand I j it r j ' IH that a shoe shall possess "style." It it lias style and little else I ana Monday. ' f I I yu want it, if it has not style and everything else, you don't I - fl...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

m I Who Struck James Whitcomb Riley? IBB I w'.,h ttf A;.?.0i'.n.! 2.1 H,s Abandonment of the f LM i Watermellon "Habit! More or Lcsa Truthfully Told by j, H jTHE REVEREND EZEKIL LOUDMOUTH? BBj In order that the reader may un- BBJ derstand fully the events leading up BBj to tho misadventures herein set forth, BBj a brief Bkctch of the author Is ncccs BB sary. BB Tho Ilovcrcnd Ezckll Loudmouth BBj had boen the pastor of a colored BB church In Indianapolis but owing to BB his Inability to recognlzo the differ- BB enco between the debit and credit Bide BB of tho Church's collection accounts BB was deposed; and drifting to Chicago BB had so effectually "back-sllddcd" that BB the sole remains of his ministerial BB life appeared In his costume and tho BB unctions use of largo and Inappro- BB prlnto words. BB Tho Rovcrend Kzckll Rpcnt most of BB his waking hours In tho various re- BB sorts whero tho gentlemen of his BB color most do congregate, taking such BB gltts as tho Fates might send I...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

: I I Brigham Yotng College H The Hrlgham Young College Is one j of three Lsiltcr-iliiy Saint Institutions H of learning that .stand at the head of H church school education. The Ihig- H ham Young University the educational H center Tor Southern Utah, Arizona and H Mexico; the Latter-day Saints Unlvcr- H slty, forCcntial Utah; and the Hrlgh- H am Young College for Northern Utah, H Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado, Oregon H and Canada. H The college was founded July 21, H 1877 by Ilrighatn Young who endowed H It with UiHl! ncics of land lyingjin the H most furtile pait of Cache Valley. H Since Its establishment, it luis'eii- H Jojcd a healthy growth till at the pre- H sent time it ranks among the fore- Hj most Institutions of the State. Its H degrees arc recogul.cd by schools of H such standing as Hie University of H Chicago and Harvard University, and H students who icpiescnt us in these H institutions rcllect great credit upon H The foiiner students and graduates B of the college aic men o...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I H The Logan Republican. H I.OCIAS, Oacick Cou.my, Utah. Hj Published H mooh i: & t u it x !: it H (Lessees.) B Issued Twlce-a-wcek, Wednesday and H Saturday. Knlcnil October SI, 1MB. at Loiran B Utah, as second-class matter, under Act of H Coiitrn 11 of M n rt'l i 3. I Tft. B Subscription, Payable in Advance H Olio Year U 50 H Six B Three Moutlis H The Republican Now Year edition H ;is not thouKlit of until Wednesday, H December 2.1 Advcitlsliitf was solicit- H cdon Satnidaj, the 20th. Photos foi H illustiatlons weie not in hand befoie H Tuesday the 2'ith and all ndvcitMng M copy not in heroic Satindav, Januaiy H 2nd. The paper comes to you three H d.ijs late but without apology. The H edition is not what we hoped to make H f It, but a 24-p.iRc pioductiou of any B K-iud In tile time deoted to It and itn- H dcrsuch suivcise conditions Is ictiiaik- Hl able. reatuies wo expected to make Hj prominent ate not piesented and B many w i Ite-ups aie either missing 01 H netfleeled. If p...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

MHBflflflflflflBflBflflflflflflflBflBflBflBflBflBflBJBflflBJBBflBjBBflBBB flYflYflt ''lvflYfliflYJ H Patt 3: THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN: January I, 1904 j4H I ''SMbW "n Economic Discussion 1 H Ha A 1 I l JR Roads Question I flfflHiflfflfJflfr FRANKLIN fl I Logan, Utah. I fl w w w w 6 w w S 6 fc w 6 w fl John KianMIn laigle Is ill piescnt H holding the chair of History and Iteo- m nomlcs at the Agricultural College of Utah. Ho Is :i i.uluate of the Indlj H ana State Noimal School, Woostcr. H (O.) University, Illinois Weslcjan H . Unlveislty and the Chicago Corrc- HbJP; spondcncc School of Law. In 1100 C" woostci Unlveislty gave lilin his Dr.'s HJ dcgiee. Di. lmglc Is now engaged In Bj writing a hook on "Ainciican Itural H Sociology," a Held that has not jet J been coeicd, and he hopes to present H this within two ears. fl The following aiticle on "roads" is fl not altogothei specific 01 condensed, B jet as a gencial discussion of loads B and road constitution, etc., is most fl excellent an...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

I BB ' vBmfm !No matter how poor the highways, m ' iHIr u certain iunount of mliiliiiinn tiavel j iiuisL tiiku place. Thu ramieis must HH get from the station or the highway H I stole for eeitaln neccssaiy ai tides. H These ptircliasesniusL bo made at least H monthly, and In many cases weekly. H This necessary tra el on the patt of H tlic farmer must sometimes occur In H stoimy and Inclement weather. In H many parts of the United Stales a H . goodly propoitlon of the days through- H' out tlicjcaraic, if not stormy, sub- H Jcct to sudden arlatlon In heat and H cold. Under such conditions the time H the farmer must lemain on the road H becomes to him a sciious matter. If H the loads aic good bad weather has H but little inllucnce so far as Impeding H tra el Is concerned. Uthc roads arc H had, bad weather makes them worse Bj r and hence prolongs the time for neees- H saiy tiiivel theieon. It Is not a vision- H aiy statement that the health of H thousands of men has been visibly af- H f...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

to three classes: Those due to kJ geologic forces; those Blowing outof contour ami suifacc conditions; ell mate dllllcultles. Peculiarities In geological formation set the upper limit for possibilities In succssful load making. A good road Is madepossl blc by the application of correct en gineering principles and by the pios ence of proper materials out of which to construct It. Good road material should possess reasonable hardness, paraslty, elasticity and high powers of cementation and of rccemcntatlon. Unfortunately such material Is rela tively scarce and exceedingly unequal In Its distribution, fn this respect Europe Is somewhat better olT than Is North America. There are large areas In the United States where proper materials cannot be found. Illinois, for Instance, with her prairie surface and black soil picscirls almost Insupci able dlnicultlcs In the matter- of Ideal road construction. Indiana is not much better oil than Illinois in this respect. The abundant gravels of t th...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

HHf if " ' ' H V rrrrr - ' H It wns tho night before Now Year's. H Tho nlr wns clunr and frosty, and tho HH moon nnd stars were shlnliiK down on H tho sparkling bhow that covcroil the H prnlrlo, lll(e tho clotli on a round din- Hj Ing tnblo. Toward midnight, If you H ' ' had pooped from ono of tho windows H 01 Mr. Blnln's farm house, you would H hnvo neon what would havo appeared HH to havo been a shadow, coming up tho HH " road toward tho house. As it camo H nearer you would havo Keen that It H was a little animal about tho size of n Hj lamb, with great long cars and a bob- H tall, nnd so white that at a llttlo (lis- HB tanco you could not tell It from tho H H lint nobody saw tho shadow, for H everyone In tho house was asleop, ex- K Itnbblt, whoso face was wnnklod up B with laughing, all tho time, "you play M with tho children, whllo I get tho sup- BM Uaby turned to soo tho labblt, but ho was gono, and In his placo stood a llttlo fat man, with a Jolly laughing flf, Mw red face and ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

MMHiHHH- l i ! 1 Gad PRE-IN VENTORY SALE I I ili H ' 4i jH .. . ! IflH M Sale Commenced LADIES WAISTS: Ladies Fleece-lined Hose. Heavy fleeced Vicuna Cloth. I H "P f tO These die wouli 'JiV. Sale pi let; J H UeCember dO AtKieallyieducedpilees. These aie not old Just Hip UiIiir to make WiniH.Ms mill Similes. H w w. stock but the newest things In Flannel and IU Cents a Dair. The 10 and li!e kinds o for ft I H Cotton WalsthiKs. r Jjj H H A C.EXIMXK CLEAUAXCE SALE COM- Ol ,!. vM fl , .,,,,., Waists that were 1.00nnil tl.A". leduccd to 0;tCentS. PM H 1X0 AT THIS TIME. WHEN W1XTE1I T J' i T T ' C fi I H has only .irsT DEouN cannot 75c. Ladies Union buits. I H fl lKLrllEIX(J IXTEKKSTINC. TO lll'Y- The kinds that were 40c. deduced to If j H BUS WHO WISH TO SAVE MONEY. Waists thai weie U0aod !.", .educed to 25centS. Children's PantS & VeStS. i! H H WETAKi: IXVENTOliY ON .lANTAltY $1. , ft' H 4, Sizes lh to .14. I'liees weie lUc, iV, liilc. lie- ir H l-j, llioi, AXI) IX OKDEI! TO ItEDlTK ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 January 1904

Mi " 1 I I GOOD RESOLUTIONS I HAPPY NEW YEAR. pi Time says "Move on old 1903, for 1904 stands waiting at the door." Let it be so, for I a year at best is but a twinkle on the calendar of time. I Welcome to i 904 ! x V M.l -". New Year's resolutions are now in order. Start right in everything. oi Start I right toward the right Clothing, Shoe and Furnishing store. Get yourself into the habit, early in the year, of buying the kind of clothing, the kind of shoes, and the kind of ! furnishings that will give absolute, unqualified satisfaction; it pays in every way. Such a ' resolution will bring you here. j ROBINSON BROTHERS, 4 Clothiers, I I 45 MAIN STREET, LOGAN CITY, UTAH. I 1 Hi' r .jo--,, w I UTAH. NEVADA IDAHO WYOMING I l I : Leading Dealers in I I Vphiflps ys , Ka. jr Mflf hinprv ,?, : (Patent 6 4 I I "OWTS Imnlomnntc SSbSspBL I I I w"UJne LRd' Slf ing WcagnS' "? CaSSa4y" , Disk, PTlows' Sweet's "Common Sense" Sleighs, Genuine Fish Bros. Mountain I I J ag.onsf.?"ck s, Famus St0 ac...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1904

, tye lagan flejrabiiam. I TWICE - A - WEEK Jl Vlume IL LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, JANUARY 6, 1904 " " Number ,8 j H FACTORY AT RICHMOND Will Begin Operation February 1st Says Correspondent. Other Tid-bits. I' Work on the condensed milk fact . ,H"ory Is being rapidly completed and It Is expected that Fcbrumy 1st will be the day for the factory to be put Into operation. The plant is ccitalnly a fine one as the very best cqulppmcnt that money could buy lias been pur chased. Several experts have been cmplojod to line up the machinery and they claim that there Is no finer equipped and finished plant in the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Young came up from Park City to spend the holidajs I with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hendricks re ceived a telegram today informing them that their son William would be home Saturday. William left for a mission to Geimany two jears ago last April. His many friends will be glad to sec him again. Parley Reese came up riom ltiighain City to spend ...

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. — 6 January 1904

ff H K ws am mmmmmtmmm I , ttf REPUBLICAN. 1 ; : B LOOAN, UTAH, m UTAJl STATE NEWS. U. I ' War Is being mmlu on tlio slot inn- U'' . ' chinos In Ogdcn. Hr ( St. Ocorgo hns boon enjoying finn K) ft , weather, with no snow, and men out h 'f j of doors In their Hhlrt bIcgvos. BE' ?' Tho Indications ut tho oil well nt bT, J I Mt. Pleasant point strongly to early WKr I nnd very satisfactory results. EK jt . Inn train wreck near Ilnscnm, olgh- jK w j ty miles east of Ogdcn, .loo York, a Hk AM passenger, was fatally Injured. Hp'' flti A 'ono unndlt held up a street car rH ' W ln Sn,t I'Ill(0 clty' Snll,n,ny nBht, T' Jff ! nnd rolloved the conductor of $20. B? ' B I During tho past year there woro 3!)G wy',3 cases of smnllpox In Salt Lake City, Wf; all of whom recovered except two. BrV K Tlio troops Rtatloncd nt Fort Doug- HE ' J Ins hnvo boon ordered to bo In remit- EHj;, M noss to go to I'anntna on short notice wRej M ' Thoro woro 352 cases of typhoid i M fovor reported In Salt hake durin...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1904

m "Wlion I wns state's nttorncy of Mo H Donough county," said Lawyer Will- H iam Prentiss, "there was nn epidemic H of 'horse stealing there that had por- H ploxod and maddened the rnrmers of H the district. H Suspicion centered on a man named H Jerry Wllletts. When they spoko of H horso stealing thoy spoke of Wlllcts H In tlio samo breath. H "Under theso conditions I sent down H as detective to the eccne of tho horso H thlovea' operations a little Swedo H namod Ollvor Johnston, with Instrue- tlons to poso as a farm laborer In H Rcarch of work and If possible to In- grattato himself with Wllletts. Ha H succeeded In gaining Wllletts' confl H denco. Then one night came a grand H horse-stealing raid, and the proof H Boomed so strong against Wllletts that H ho was arrested and charged with tho H offense H "Johnston played his part well. To H my satisfaction ho Informed mo that H v . "Wllletts and his counsel had suggest H )t d that for n substantial bribe ho If should swear that ho spen...

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. — 6 January 1904

r H The Logan Republican. H Locus, Cache County, Utah. H Published by B Moon e & t u ir x e u H (Lessees.) H IvmuiI Twlee-a-mek, Wiilntvlay and B f-ntimlnj. EutiTid IMolnr 21. HUH. nt Imuran H lluli. as sicoiul-olnts mailer, nnclir Act if B ConcnsHof MnrLli.l, 18711. Hp Subscription, Payable in Advance K Ono Year KM H Six Months I H Tli no MontliH.. H It Is estimated Hat 40,000 farmers Hj have moved Into Cansida the past jenr H from England, Ireland and Scotland B and about the same nunibei from the HL United States. The latter class ap- H f pear to be preferable owing to their ac- ssS j (iiiainlanco with the western customs, H'' ' and also because most of them aie H welt piohk'd with means fioin the H sales of Ihch holdings In this countiy. H , AVcstern Manitoba and Alberta is H where most of the emigrants locate. H Much Kindly comment on the up M peaianceof the New Year Uki'Uhi.i H can has been heard. The appcarancu H of the papci is all wc expected cicdlt M foi and aic please...

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. — 6 January 1904

Jfltw7s. McCOIHJICK, President. ALLAN M. FLEMING, Cashier Ui JAMES QUAYLE, Vlco. Pros. GEO. A. 1'EUCIVAL. Asst. " IT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I LOGAN, UTAH. I Under United States Government Supervision, CAPITAL AND PROITS $70,000. flf Courteous Attention to All. jt Interest Paid on Time Deposlti. foreign Dratti Issued. Prompt. Conservative, Safe. HOARD OF DIIIECTOUS: W. S. McCoiinick, James Quaylk, Joseph F Smith John II. Andkusok, Tiios. Smaut, Soiskn Hansen, ' C. 0. Goodwin, John II. Davis, Allan M. Fleming. I Tbc Only Doable-Track Rallwey Between I I the Missouri River and Chicago. I Trie ! I t v er J a n c3 ! I LJmliei ; ; Tho Most Luxurious Train in the World. Buffet smoking and library cars I with barber and bath, Booklovers : I Library, Pullman private compart- j iment observation cars, drawing- i room sleeping cars, dining cars; entire train electric lighted and ' through to Chicago without change. ' Direct connection at Omaha for ! ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS j i Tickets, rese...

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. — 6 January 1904

jf jri - Mirr.'Si ivS!Hswm)ei lyTSjwWi r T ? i; & II TOO GIDDY FOR HCn. BHMffi" Caitume Shocked Oouth Sea Islander's HBH,V Sense of Modesty. Hk!k When tho lato Bishop Sclwyn llr.it HflBr wont us a missionary to tho South (KBr Ben Islands lio found tho natives In BLjjF (various Islands very tractable. Tho fact EeHb however, Hint thu Islanders wont nb- flJEaft solutoly nnkud caused tho good bishop PS aotno anxiety and ho reaoled to dlroct KfS ,pRrt of his efforts to gel thorn to wear Kj9r' at leant the minimum of clothing. BgSflr. Ho thereforo obtnlnod sumo bright- HH&' fly colored calico nnd lett It lying enro- HJk' lBssly about his hut, knowing well that MR'; tho bright colors would soon attract KflW the attention of tho natives. KMBS An old nntlvo lndy su.,n afterwards KvEff called and "blshopy" allowed her to BfHp'- eyo tho cloth for roiiio time. At last HML bo picked up a piece, nnd, offering It to HK tho native, said that ho would give HK- It to her It alio would wear It...

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. — 6 January 1904

4aS i ! "vi mi ViZ" aHaaaLksaw aHBaV --. - BHiirtWruT tlaBaHaW. aHM. &5r kaaBvMiY. 1 1 1 VWaaMMm aaHaS? ii f Y ''V H I ft g Mrs. Fairbanks tells how neglect of I warning symptoms will soon prostrate a woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is Xydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dnxn lira. Pinkiiam: Ignorance and neglect are the cause of tmtold femalo suffering, not only with tho laws of health but with tho chance of a cure. I did not heed tho warnings of headaches, organic pains, and general weariness, until I was well nigh prostrated. I know I hod to do something. Happily I did tho right thing. I took l.ydla E. Pinkham'M Vegetable Compound faithfully, according to directions, and was rewarded in a few weeks to find that my aches and pains dis appeared, and I again felt tho glow of health through my body. Sinco . I liavo been well 1 have been more careful, I havo also advised a number of my sick friends to tako Lydla E. IMnklmm's Vegetable Com pound, and they havo nover had reas...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 6 January 1904

j The Logan Republican BK 1.00 AN, CAl'IIK CMJjm, UTAH. fBjr MOORE ft TURNER, Puiimsiikiih. iHfs Olllcl.ll Republican Organ of Cache Hf County, Utah. K Of, by and for tlic Republican party HjL first, last and always. Bf Local Jottings. jjHj. Shoes shlncd 5o at Cltv Shoe Store K W. I), llendtleks, of Richmond, was H In Logan Tuesday. B . Spcndadoll.il with Robinson Bros. HKh ' and get a nice bow tic, free. M Win. Allen, of Lewiston, was In town on Tuesda. H Itow tics don't cost j ou anthlngat JK' Robinson ltros. Simply spend 1. j9i Henjamln Iljmas, M. A. C. Miekcl- H son and George Iteedei of Hyde Patk, fK were at the count scat Tuesday. fM , AVc collect all kinds of indebted- tB ness. II. A. I'kdkiiskn & Co. BB' Petei Frost was In Logan on Tucs- HB day attending to school business pel- HB talniug to Ilcusou Watd. pB Good lucerne hay for sale by Chris M Hailing, 2(i North Fhst West. K W. W. ClulT, or Coalville, Is In Log- W an securing miners to woik in the BH mines. He can be fo...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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