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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 February 1904

2 TWICE - A - WEEK I I Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FEBRUARY J 7, 1904 ; Number 30 H I RICHMOND I TO THE FRONT I With a Batch of In I teresting Items. I Condensed Milk Fac i tory delayed. The Utali Condensed Milk Co. has undertaken the task of moving the Union Cieamery to the lot on which the Condensed Milk Factory is lo jAicd. Tlits is a big undertaking, as fll: creamery has a large cold storage ; plant attached to It. The Condensed Milk Factory Is all equipped and ready for operation but the management does not wish to start up until the creameiy Is on the ground. Fioin the fact that it will take a couple of weeks to get the cieamery moed, It is expected that the factoiy will not commence operation until the ilrst of March. An entertainment will be gien at the school house Thursday evening at 7:30. The Thatcher Quartette, one of the best In Utah, will be In attend ance. They will also be assisted by a numbcrof other specialties from the Thatcher Music Company. The funds d...

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 February 1904

BJBJBJ H P REPUBLICAN. f H '' tOOAN, ... UTAH, B Tho man who wears tho corsot jst BBB t must not bo offended If ical men call i BBB him sister. BBfl I Russia may nut like tho looks ot BJBJBJ tbo husky persons that aro patting BBB Japan on tho back. BBB i What Is tho use of a vacation that BBB J only moans harder work afterward to BBB catch up with your work? BBB Look out for tho pneumonia germ, BBH which Is hiding around tho cornor BBM roady to pounco upon you. BBfl Tho Chicago cow who had sixteen BBfl I ounces of pins concealed about hor BBB lerson was plainly a perfect lady. H L, Probably It would be rudo to In- BBJ quire how much Altrcd Austin has to BBfl pay to get thoso things of his printed. BJBJBJ t Cnlne has nervous prostration. BJBJBJ Now perhaps ho knows how most ot BBfl tho pcoplo who have seen his plays BJBJBJ suffered. BJBJBJ Gen. "Ul 1UI? TJi lUu -threatens to BBfl march against us, but wo shall prob- BBI nbly bo ablo to mako n stand against BJBJBJ both of him. BBJ Col...

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 February 1904

UNE UP, BRAVE BOYS. , "The packs are on, the cinches tight. "The patient hones watt, Lypon ha Brass the fiost lies white, k J T'he dawn is gray and lute. h The lendor's cry rings shnrp and clear, V ti fcampllres smokier low; Itefore us Ilea a shallow more, Ueyond, the mountain mow. "Line 'ip, Billy, line up, boys. The east Is Bray with coming day, 1 Wo must away, we cannot slay, 1 Hy-o, ny-nk, brave boysl" Five hundred miles behind us lie, ! . As many more ahead, i "Through mud and mire on mountains 1 high -Our weary feet must tread. Bo one by one with loyal mind, The horses swing to place. The strong In lead, the weak behind, . la patient plodding grnce, ''Hy-o, buckskin, brave boy, Joel. The sun Is high The hid loons cry, Hy-ak awayl Hy-o I" Hamlin Garland. Old Tom Brophy Old Tom Brophy la simply a more -or less dirty and disreputable lumber .Jack. A gray-black beard, ragged and uncombod, covers most of his tanned face; he wears a gray woolen shirt, -trousers of no particular colo...

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 February 1904

j Odell's Studio m FOR I; Photo7s I' ' I- Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. i I, Plenty Home Money H ; To Loan on City and Fai m prop- H crty. No delay, no led tape. We H have the cliolccst list of Rcsl- H dence, Business and I'liim prop- H city for Sale on good terms. If H , jou have propcity for sale list It H Willi US I H. A. Pedersen &Co m Oillcc over First Nat 1 onal Hank I G H. Baker H Practical m Shoe Dealer, H I Has just lccclved a consignment or H s FOOTWEAR. They arc positively H the best goods ever olTeicd for the H money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed H Flue Ilo Calf Shoes, $-'i0 per pair, B and othci shoes In piopoitlon. H Logan Shoe Factory B i ' i:iW. Center St., Logan, L'tail I j WILKINSON & SON H Carry a large line of H Fine Stationery, Blank B Books, Fiction and Newest m Copyright Works, Mag- m azines, etc., etc. I Wilkinson & Son i COMMISSION It. B l.DtAURHtf-W ORAIN5 M uocK5,BoMOir Provisions. v I s t o; c k 's H I Bought and Sold on Mai- M I Kin or For Ca...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 17 February 1904

: $250 Given Away I in Presents! One Full Dress Coat and Vest, Made of the finest Broadcloth Valued at Thirty-five Dollars. ONE SWELL SUIT, Winner to select to fit from any suit in the house, ranging in price up to Thirty Dollars. jf Pair Fine Patent Leather Shoes Select your size; value, $5.00. Also Overcoats, Suits, Pants, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Ties, Hats, Shoes, Suspenders; in fact, something from each line in our stock. One Package With Every $2 Purchase. I Every customer is entitled to one package with every $2 purchase. Draw your number and get corresponding package. A PRIZE of good value in every package. DUNBAR, ROBINSON & CO., TWO STORES, 37 and 69 Main Street. The Only Double-Track Railway between the Missouri River and Chicago. The Overland Limited The Most Luxurious Train In the World Compartment and drawing-room sleeping cars, observation cars, din ing cars, buffet-smoking and library cars, with barber, bath and Book lovers Library; en...

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. — 17 February 1904

jj ("Botfan In" Higlb Society J H ii - - . . BBB t ;x liSo H j "Now that It 1? all o"er, nnd to- M morrow will soo mo a hnppy brldo, I H i don't mind telling you how I did It," I laid tho girl from Wnycross, who wns B giving n luncheon to her bridesmaids. B i: "Two years ngo nono ot you had over B heard of me, had you? Well, Hint's M not strange Tliero was not much H (j'" Roclcty whero I camo from. But you M soo what I have accomplished. Ono B j! of tho best matches of tho season; M I and nil of you lmvo mo boat to a B ttandstlll on smart looks. H l "Well, whon I presented dear mam- H ' m ma'H letter1 to Mrs. Vcro do Vcrc H thoy were at boarding school together H In Virginia, you know sho gavo mo H ' tho tips of her dainty fingers and M i ' didn't even nsk mo to call again. I 1 ' V aw at once that my clothes wcro not H : right nnd I wroto to Uncle Tom, down H jl In Maryland, telling him my plan. Ho B I wroto back that I was a llttlo fool; B . ' but ho sent tho money, I saw also H I ...

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. — 17 February 1904

J - -M i i EL A LAST CENTURY VALENTINE I " -J) R "Emily present this little trlllo to K ono who she regards." Moro than M Boventy-flve years ago Emily took up H her "Mill pen and In dainty characters H wrote tho dedication on tho fly leaf of "Friendship's Offering." In spite of her bad grammar a glance at the fad- d and dellcato writing with Its quaint fourlshes and aristocratic angles Is enough to provo that Emily was a Ine young lady and that sho really I meant at least a ltttlo more than sho I amid. I Poor Emily! Her lilies and roses I are long withered, nlorg with tho I other flowers which bloomed In the I reign of King George IV., to whoso I "Most Excellent Majesty" tho little I Morocco bound volume Is dedicated. I And "one who she regards" has cone also with tho rest. Woro they ' married one day Emily and "ono who she regards"? Or did Em'.ly die -early of a broken heart, perhaps? Her handwriting looks as If sho Btight have easily fallen a victim to aomo such old fashioned mala...

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. — 17 February 1904

BB TMr Bfl r I I ,. ' Vital Questions H 1 What Does the Doctor Prescribe? H 1 What Does HI the Druggist Supply? Bfl jj "'" Health often balances between B I these two iiicsllnns. Life Itself BJ ' may depend on the precise B i lilllngof .1 piescrlptlon with B I drugs of absolute standard B I sticngth. Many druggists who B 1 till piescrlptlons c.irefully aic B ' I not so careful about the iclla- B l blllty or potency of the remedies ? used. We arc eaieful about both. We see to It that our J I 3 dings have the precise sticngtli B ,i . they should have, and they H I aiealwa.s compounded with H '! , sclcntltlc accuracy. I ' RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, H Looas, Utah, H Franklin, Preston and Mont- BB licllci, Idaho. H Generalities, B We collect all kinds of Indebted- Bfl ness- II A. I'iidkuskn & Co. fl I V.. 15. Miles. Sinlthlleld's big niei- H chant, was In Logan Monda). H lioaidiand looms 10.1 West Center H aticct, Mrs. .1. II. Carlson. B Mis. Fied Ciockctt pne bhth to a H Hue daughter Mon...

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. — 20 February 1904

B flflflfl I sg Stye tt$an Republican, (ssi I J TWICE - A - WEEK I (I Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 20, 1904 Number 31 H I DAIRYMEN'S I CONVENTION I Attracts Large Num I bers to Its Sessions All of which prove en 1 trtaining. B The Aoiilinl Convention State Dalrj- men's Assocaltion was held In this city on Wednesday and Thursday and H was the gieal success piedlctod. B As Hundreds of fanneis and dihjmcn of H( - tlie valley Joined the association In Its BJ woik and discussions and great benc H tit wasdeilved from the vanous sos H slons, at which topics of live intciesb H weie discussed thoroughly. Hj The Ilrst session Wednesday morn- H ing at 10 m. was held in the Logan Tabernacle, and though cotnpai.it ne fl ly few of the farmeis weie picsentat tliat time, Pies. Joseph It. Muidock, oflleber City called the meeting to B order and the piogiam was begun. B jmoil UOIIINSON fl nude the addiess of welcome and was B most cordial and happy in his expies- slons. Mr. Hohlnson...

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. — 20 February 1904

BvBpp ! Ppppl -- pfpfpj I TX6r REPUBLICAN. M . bbbbI H LOOAN. ... UTAH, M K UTAH STATE NEWS. H B ;' B.intnquln fnrmers will probably B plant nbout ICO ncrcs to sugar beets Bpppg , this pj i Frank Freeman, an employe. In tho pppj X . Morcur mlno at Mcrcur, la dead from pppj ,! j Injuries sustained by being crushed by H 1 ' a H Tho fruit raisers of Weber county H aro discussing tho advisability of or- H ' ganlzlng a county fruit-growers' as- H ( H ' ' As tho result of a war among retail BBHBl ( dealers, lino naval oranges sold In Salt L ,Lako City last week as low as IIto i 'cents a dozen, H ' Mrs. J. D. Paul, wlfo of a Salt BppH Lako graccryman, has eloped with a H ' forruor partner of Mr. Paul's, desert- H throo children. H Robert Prlco will labor a year In H j the stato prison for Btcallng a keg of BBpH 1 beer from tho Decker Browing com- BppH pany's warchouso In Ogdcn last fall. H A plant for. tho extraction of soda H and other by products from tho waters H of tho Great Salt Lake ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 February 1904

1 cftw Krfox vgtxy sfou1 sjstyrv gcj sr&tx HEi-ft IC? Till) LOST. i 5. D5W ?,..', " ,h?. crorJml. busy street 2 A littlo child wariest; X ,I.fan wl(" weary lii.tle feet f) eK Where- hurrying hundreds crossed; Xf 7 iTom those who stopmd ho turned aside. W V .And, tilled with sudden fear. f He wildly, pitifully cVd " J i-or one who did no- hear. M Ills anxious father cmie nt last 5 . .A,ntl c'Ped tho wejlng boy. V to And many a one who i.urrled past 3 y Concealed a tiar of loy. C b T&?i.r.n,nfr kl8t-1 th tttle face . I . N",..H" " "tains U bore. X M And Lllssful trnut wa In tho place L 4&.1 " here fear hnd beei before. y5J J? I nm but as, a child tfiat's lost: J? lly dreadful doubts oppierscd 1 ) I think of gulfs that wiust be crossed. c And fear Is In my bt.ist. O i?i O-"1" my 'n'th returj to me . W ."'" "e como Imck idtno day Vv U To where I linger dolibtlnidy, 2 . ' And lead me nn tho Wv7 J f VvilvvC' -Chicane- Uecord-IIerald. si"" A Flirtation and a Typewriter I Uy I1K...

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. — 20 February 1904

II j 1 I 1 Odell's Studio H FOR I Photo's I M , Successor to H THOMAS & ODELL. ! ' Hi , Plenty Home " 1 1 Money B To Loan on City unci Farm prop- B I j erty. No delay, no red tap;. We H I; I , have Uie clwlcust list or Rest- B I kwe Bfctess and Farm prop- B ctf tor Sate oil good terms. If BH I i' yo hav property for sale list It H with i- H ! H. A. Pedersen &Co m OSIce oer First Xati onal Hank I CH. Baker H Practical H , Shoe Dealer, H Has Just leeched a consignment or H FOOTWEAR. They are positively 1 t lie best goods ecr olTcrcd for the 1 I money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed H ' Fine Box. Calf Shoes, $2.50 per pair, B I and other sliocn In piopoitlon. H Logan Shoe Factory H 13 W. Center St., Logan, Utah I ' yyiLKINSON & SON H ' Carry a large Hue of H Fine Stationery, Blank H 4 Books, Fiction and Newest M , i Copyright Works, Mag- H amines, etc., etc. I Wilkinson & Son - I COMMISSION j H .OtALWJirW HMHt, yoCKS,BONOspROISIONS. H s t o; c k 'is H Hought and Sold on Mai-...

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. — 20 February 1904

l $'2.50.00 I GIVEN AWAY I IN PRESENTS One Full Dress Coat and Vest Made of the llnest Huuikioth, valued at .V. One Swell Suit Winner to select to tit fiom aty suit In tlie house, ranging in price up toTlility Dollais. 1 Pair Patent Leather Shoes I Select . our sl.c, value M.OO. Also Oercoats, Suits, Pants, Shirts, Sweateis, Undeiwcii. Motility, llandkeielilcfs, Ties, Mats. Shoes, Suspenders: In fact, something from eaeli line in oiu stock f' " " " : One Package With Every Two Dollar Purchase. Kvety customer is entitled to one package with eeiy two iloll.tr I purchase. Diaw join number and get coriesponding package. A I pilu of good aluc In cveiy one. I Dunbar, Robinson & Co. 1 Two Stores, 37 and 69 Main St. I CWm' Hi The Oidy Doable-Track Railway between p H " ,M the Mlsioari River tad Chicago. I I The I lOverland 1 I Limited I The Mot Luxurious Train la toe World I Compartment and drawing-room sleeping cars, observation cars, din I Ing cars, buffet-smoking and library cars, wi...

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. — 20 February 1904

I i i H I1' B Sj Jj H0R3B KNEW LAND WAS NEAR. H i Animal's Instinct Better Than the Ob H u servatlon of Man. B TfTion Thomas McGulncss, a well- H i known horseman of Philadelphia, H I - went to Europe somo Umo ago, ho H , took a blooded horso with him. Tho I" animal was In a specially prepared ' stall on deck anil enjoyed tho trip do- aplte tho rough wp.ithcr. Whch Mr. i McQulncss thought land should soon bo sighted, hu nuked tho captain how Car tho ship was from tho Irish coast. fThe commander of tho steamer, In his .', usual Bruff manner, replied: "Your torso will toll you; watch him." Tho owner of tho animal could not H andersUud what tho captain meant, ud ho was not particularly pleased i with the answer. Finally, howover, i j couplo of hours hefore land was ob- H ; ' acrvod, tho horsn, which was a mag- H f BlDcont bay, poked his hoad through B f the grating and, stretching his neck, whlnod loudly. "There you are," said Bfl 9 the captain to Mr. McGuIness; "your Jr. korno smolls ...

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. — 20 February 1904

B ' HPiiTii?mVfr vi ff r iy ft t 1' fclSliSilvry ""bbbbbbbbbbbbi Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde- (t pendent Order Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of Lvdia E Pinkham's Vegetable ComoouncL "Deab Mns. Ptkkiiau: Four years ago I was nenrly dead with inflam-' ssttlon and ulceration. I endured dally untold agony, and life was a burden -to me. I had used medicines and washes internally and externally until I nade up my mind that there was no relief for me. Calling, at the home of a -friend, I noticed a bottloof Lydla E. Plnklinm'g Vegetable Compound. My friend endorsed it highly and 1 declded,to give it a trial to see if it would .kelp me. It took patience and perseverance for I wa in bad condition, and I 'aed Lydla E. Pinkhnih'H "Vegetable Compound for nearly five month before I was cured,, but ,jvha,t a, change, from .despair to happiness, from , 'saUccy-to-tho delightful exhilarating feeling health alwnys brings., I would ' not change back '"'...

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. — 20 February 1904

I i Vital Questions ; What Does : the Doctor Prescribe? S'l What Does the Druggist Supply? ji Health often balances between H ' these two questions. Life itself H - may depend on the precise B lining of a prescription with ).l' " drugs or absolute standard jt' sticngth. Many druggists who j' till prescriptions carefully are not so careful about the rclla- H '5 bility 01 potency of the remedies H a , used. We arc careful about H ' both. We sec to it that our H 'I dings hac the precise sticngth B , J they should hac, and they H !' aiculwa.s compounded with H j sclcntlllcacctiiacy. L i : RITER BROS.' DRUG CO. H Logan, Utah, H Franklin, Preston and Mont H poller, Id nl 10. .1 ' H ' i Generalities, m H i f We collect all kinds of Indebted- M f nev. II. A. Piuikuhkv & Co. H I The cut pike s.ile on fiesh meat H continues at Hell Ihotheis. H I Ilo.ud and looms 10.1 West Center H 1 f .stiect, Mis. .1. II. Carlson. H i Ilcv. Waller was lown fioin I'icstoii H ' Thursday. H . Douglas 11.00 ...

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. — 24 February 1904

V Stye oan M&pnbliam. I W TWICE-A-WEEK I I Volume 1 1. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 24, 1 904 N umber 32 SHALL WE I EDUCATE I The Farm Boy? If you I don't read this I You will have Missed I a Good Thing. I The following is a portion of ail address by W. C. Sprague, editor of "The American Hoj". It Is lengthy bub ,itlncnt to this a farming country, and well worthy careful pcrsual B by everj patent and son In the valley. I It Is all good If jou don't expect to read It all, do not begin It to miss any portion Is to miss the best their H is. The subject Is "Shall we educate the farm bo?" and Mr. Sptague Bj says: jfl Shall we educate the faun boy? I Bj for one, do not answer "no;" but the jB question sets me thinking, and may I Bj hope it sets ou doing the same? H Shall we, indeed, educate the farm BJ boy? If so, how far? In what direc- flj tlon? Iiy what means' for what? H For what shall we educate the farm Bj boy? A bundled thousand farmer H fathers answer in no uncertain vo...

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. — 24 February 1904

I I ! " H S GB REPUBLICAN. BB BH " H f' LOOAN, . UTAH ! r. '3 . Qorca. Is about tlio slzo of Kansas. Ij, "Wo", thou, what's tho mattor with ,l Coroa? ih - . '' M !? To United Stutoh In not afraid at BB ,, Oon. Urlbo-Urlbe, Slmftor IH as olg BB J.., -, as both of him. ilul Somebody has written a book on- 1 tMoi "ow to Sloop." That's easy. i ' Got an alarm clock. ft' ' i . B l " ; . u rcnIly '1 as If nussoll Sago BH . "3 retired at tho ago of 87. Are our BH . '. 'ounE men getting 'indolent? BBBBjl . H ' 0no ml "ob Bcrvcd th.o MaBsachu- BB . J sc,tts sonato 2.r. years as chaplain and BB J ?,. stl" "as ft faint religions glow loft. H I A woman's Idea of a becoming hat BB i ,B something that looks llko a Hying BB I . nmchlno that has boon struck by light- I i nlng. H BBa Tho whnlcbono trust lias advanced BBf I'rco8 20 per cent. This Is a palpa- bio conspiracy to squeczo tho con- BBJ aumcr. BBl ' Tll lovo of poaco can scarcely be BBl ( oxpectod to nest in cither tho Russian Bl whiskers or...

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. — 24 February 1904

W 1 Domestic ffljg I Blunders f Jjf I f Women ! I By A MERE MAN t B Vawwr j'.ii ..sxcju t mmt IH THE MI8TAKES OF "THE MISSUS." HH It will bo In ttio minds of all ray B readers Hint I opened up tho question HH of Servants and Mistresses by show- H ing that, whntovor faults servants H have, women are responsible for them. BI That, I admit, was nn Impeachment fl of "Tho Missus." I admitted, how. B ever, that servants wcra far trom H blameless. I Bhall endeavor to dc- B -vclop this side of the question, and fl point out some further fnults of tho scrvnnt system, and suggest somn HH remedies. HH ( showed that servants aro what Hi Uiclr mistresses make thorn, ct us Bfl. sco why mlstrcssuB mako bad serv- IHJ ants. To do this, wo must get back JH to tho purely business sldo of llfo. HB lloro womon aro ngaln at fault. In H every business In tho world which is Hj managed by men, and where novices H aro employed, they are taken as np- Bfl prentices and are taught their trado. H 11 Is owing to ...

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. — 24 February 1904

' i I I I i V : Odell's Studio H FOR I Photo's I i B I Successor to H H I THOMAS & ODELL. I I ' ' Plenty Home; H 1 1 Money & B To Loan on City and Farm prop- H erty. No delay, no red tape. Wo H liavc the choicest list of Rcsl- H I ' deuce, Business and Farm prop- H erty for Sale on good terms. If B yon liavc property for sale list it H with US 1 ' H. A. Pedersen&Co H Ollicc over First Jfatl onat Hank I C. H. Baker H Practical 1 Shoe Dealer, H Has Just received a consignment of M FOOTWEAR. Tliey are positively H tho best goods over olTcrcd for the H money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed H Fine Box Calf Shoes, 2.."0 per pair, H and other shoes In proportion. H Logan Shoe Factory H ' 111 W. Center St., Logan, Utah I I yy ILKINSON & SON H To make loom in our racks H tlm H Large Stock of New H Wallpaper fl now arriving we must ills- H ' pose of our remnants as Job 1 lots. Therefore look out for H Rargains from now on. Cost H will cut no figure with us. Wilkinson & Son MUoc...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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