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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 24 February 1904

4 $250.00 GIVEN AWAY IN PRESENTS One Full Dress Coat and Vest Mnde of the lincst Hioadcloth, valued ill Mo. One Swell Suit Winner to select to lit from uny suit in the house, tanging in price up to Thlity Dollars. 1 Pair Patent Leather Shoes Select jour size, value W.00. AKoOvcico.Us, ults, Pants, Shirts, Svveatcis, Undeivve.u, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Ties, Hats. Shoes Suspendeis; In fact, something fiom each line in our stock. ,4 . - --.- One Package With Every Two Dollar Purchase. Kveiy customer Is entitled to one package with eery two dollar purchase. Diaw jour number and get, eonesponding package. A prleof good value In eeiy one. Dunbar, Robinson & Co. Two Stores, 3? and 69 Main St. iHi I The Ody Donble-Trtck Railway between I the Mlssoarl River and Chlcaio. vl The lOverland I Limited I The Moit Luxurious Tralo lathe World I Compartment and drawing-room sleeping cars, observation ears, din I Ing ears, buffet-smoking and library Bears, with barber, bath and Book I lovers Libr...

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. — 24 February 1904

I I I TheMen Who Will Lead I I The Armies of the Czar H Kouropatkin Well Known H as One of the Finest H Soldiers of the H Present Day. M ' Was the Right Hand of H Russia's Greatest and H Most Brilliant Gcn- J oral. Skobeleff. The lato Archibald Forbes, the war correspondent, wns fnml of tolling H how ho mot Skobcloff, tho Russian JJ general, after no of tho florcost of fl tic many ilosporate llghtB before J "I wan silting In my tout writing a H despatch," Raid Forbes, "when tho flap as nuddenly drawn aside and In M i RUSSIA IN 10TH CENTURY. LV881 " f illS H ' ' jVn H stalked tho most terrlblo and nwo In- H spiring object I tinvo ever seen In my H life. It wan Skobolcff, whom t know H ell, but I had to look twlco beforo I fl recognized him J "Ills Binart genornl's uniform was J torn Into shreds and stained with fl blood nnd gunpowder from hend to JJ ) foot. Ills sword, which ho held In his fl hand, was simply smothered In blood, J and great drops of It foil on tho door H of tho tent ...

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. — 24 February 1904

1 . Stuart's Famous Painting of the Great Patriot. I THE GREAT VIRGINIAN k JJ The eighteenth century history of our country groups ltsulf about ono central llguro. Wo nover cscapo from tho presenco of the great Virginian, i and yot It was a tlmo rich In human 'I product. It Is not easy to comprehend . tho causes which produced this amaz ing frultago of ability. Among tho men who caused and car ried tho Revolution wcro many who In brilliant qualities far surpassed George Washington. Seen through the mist of years, they rise In our Imagination and Room grouped nbout the gravo Virgin In's sturdy figure, as In the church at Innsbruck the bronzo statues of friends and allies surround tho tomb wltero tho great Kaiser, Maximilian, kneels In prayer. Among these makers of an empire wore great orators, and Washington was nono; grave Jurists, and ho had llttlo learning. There, too, wor statesmen of moro original Intellect H than was over his. Generals thcro 9 wero who had been "better had ho b...

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. — 24 February 1904

I I Vital Questions H What Does ,y the Doctor Prescribe? 1 What Does - the Druggist Supply? BB H Health often balances between B these two (iiirstlouH. Life Itself B j may depend on the pi eclsu H f tilling of a prescription with H 1 drugs of alwolutc standard H I I ' sticngth. Many druggists who H ' ' till prescriptions ciucfiilly aie H I not bocaicfnl about the iclia- H blllty or potency of the remedies H , I used. Wo aie caieful about H I , both. We see to It that our Hi drugs hac the precise stiengt'.i Hb f they should hae, and they l aie alvvavs compounded with Hb - 'i scientific aecuiacy. Iv I . RITER BROS,' DRUG GO. H Louan, Utah, H Franklin, 1'ieston and Mont- BBV pellet, Idaho. i BBBf H Generalities, H We collect all kinds or Indebted- 1 licss. II. A. I'KDI'.Utl'.N- & To. H !j MlssOila Woolley. omgdeit. I-. the B ' guestor liuSli.itoid or thlscllv. B l The cut piice sale on ficsh meat B continues at Hell Ihotheis. H Ai range your theatie patties for H "AS YOU LIKE IT.' ...

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. — 27 February 1904

mwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwmwm i . . ! ir mi i !!! i ' "i . .TTTVr --------1----. M Jcrgutt flejmbifim I m TWICE-A -WEEK Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 27, 1904 Number 33 H I THE JAPS MEET I SOME SUCCESS I Repulsed Twice at I Port Arthur Are Successful. Still Bombarding City. Special to The Republican over Tlio ' Journal's leased wire from this city I to Toklo, Japan.) This with apologies , to the Western Newspaper Union, I Salt Lake City. 1 V P. M. FRIDAY.-Thc Japanese attack on Port Arthur, begun three dajs ago Is cohsldcrcd highly success- l ful. They have sunk three or four old hulks at the mouth of the harbor and it Is thought the Russians are bot- f tied up. The Japanese bombaidment lias done great damage In Port Arthur 1 but the Russians hac been unable to injure the enemy's fleet. , A Russian repoit of the 24th is as follows: , "At a quarter before l In the morn ', ing of February iiard, numerous Jap anese torpedo boats attempted to attack the battleship...

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. — 27 February 1904

M.. She foaan Ujemuwam. 1 I ' ' TWICE - A - WEEK I Vumell. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 27, 1904 Number 33 H I THE JAPS MEET SOME SUCCESS I Repulsed Twice . at Port Arthur Are Successful Still Bombarding City Special to The Republican over The Journal's leased wire from- this city to Toklo, Japan.) ThlsNvlth apologies to the Western Newspaper Union, l Salt Lake City. I, -fcl- M. FRIDAY. The Japanese attack on, Port Arthur, begun three days ago,ls considered highly success ful. They have sunk three or four old hulks at the mouth of the harbor and It is thought the Russians are bot tled up. The Japanese bombardment has done great damage in Port Arthur but the Russians have been unable to injure the enemy's tleet. A Russian report of the 24th is as follows: "At a quarter before :i in the morn ing of February lrd, numerous Jap anese torpedo boats attempted to attack the battleship Retvlzan. The Retvlzan was the lirst to observe the torpedo boats and opened a strong lire on them. ...

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. — 27 February 1904

I 1 The Logan Republican. h ffi I.ixun, Cache County, Utah. B" Published by ' J MOORE & TURN Ell H It (Lessees.) H al Olllclal Republican Organ of Cache H County, Utah. H jr Of, by and for the Republican party H jr ', II rst, last and always. H Issued Twlco-a-wcok. Wednesday and H j,, Saturday. Entered Octolicr SI. IKK. at Logan H Hi ''" Utali, as second-class matter, under Act of H jjl Congress of March 3. 1CT. M fij Subscription, Payable in Advance m , One Year CM B I Fix Months 1 .25 H fi Tlireo Months...... ,i....i.. ,..4 75 B jjj IT. Kowallls lias begun the publlca- 1 5 tlon of n German newspaper, the first m i' Issue appearing last Saturday. It Is a m I three column eight page paper devot- M I cd exclusively to the German popula- m i Mon of the valley, and takes the name H of "The Nation." It's dam-nation m hard to read, so we can't Judge of Us B worth to Its constituents, but we m know Kowallls Is a bright, earnest B young fellow and we wish him success. The city and coun...

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. — 27 February 1904

bS 0 - BVJl ' yii s I II "v- I The Logan Republican. BBl P Umax, Cacti r. County, Utah. B , , .Published by M MOOltE & TURNER H k ! (Lessees.) H 'Ojllclal Republican Organ of Cnche H r- l County, Utah. H -j ' Of, by and, for the Republican party H ' llrst, last and always. BH . I , ' Iwturd TwIco-a-wcoU, Wednesday and BB i ' Patunt&y. Entered Octolxr 21, lift!, at Logan BBl '5 & Ulal, an socoml-elatn matter, under Act of tl' Congress of Mnrcli a. 1CT. 1 ' Subscriptlen, Payable In Advance H i One Year 12 50 ;' Six Months 1 .a BBg 'l , Tlirco Months 75 f i IT. Kowallls has begun the publlea- BBm I ' tlonofa German newspaper, the first m y Issue appearing last. Saturday. It Is a BBb . i three column eight page paper dcot- m I cd exclusively to the German popula- BBb tlon of the Tallcy, and takes the name H t of "The Nation." It's darn-nation BAb haid to read, so we can't judge of Its BBV worth to Its constltnlents, but c M know Kowallls Is a bright, earnest M young fellow a...

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. — 27 February 1904

Wj Odell's Studio FOR Photo's I Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. I W 7"1 i a i I Plenty Home oi& I Money e To Loan on City and Farm prop erty. No delay, no red tape. We l.iavo the choicest list of Itcsl- V YJ dencc, Huslness and Farm prop- i JP crty for Sale on good terms. If you have property for sale list It with US H. A. Pedersen&Co Office over First Natl onal Hank Practical Shoe Dealer, Has Just received a consignment or FOOTWEAR. They are positively the best goods ever olTc'red for the money In Logan. Men's Hand Sewed Fine Hox Calf Shoes, $2.00 per pair, and other shoes in proportion. Logan Shoe Factory 13 W. Center St., Logan, Utah .SPRING , IS COMING! What a lot of things you will need which wc keep in stock, wc not only keep the best quality but we sell at the very lowest price. Rakes, hoes, shovels, picks, pruning shears and all other kinds of garden tools. Nails, bolts, locks, screws and every kind of builders hardware; Brushes, I brooms, buckets, lacks and all oth...

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. — 27 February 1904

I f i - Odell's Studio H FOIl Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. I Plenty Home I Money To Loan on City and Farm prop I crty. No delay, no red tape. We liavc the choicest list of Resl m rXf doncc Ihislnoss and Farm prop H " city for Sale on good terms. If H you liavc property for sale list It with US I H. A. Pedersen&Co OlHcc. oyer Flrjjt Natl onal. Hank . I ckS&g I Practical , . I Shoe Deafer, I Has just received a consignment of I FOOTWEAR. They are positively H the best goods ever offered for the H money in Logan. Men's Hand Sewed H Fine Box Calf Shoes, $2.50 per pair, H and other shoes in proportion. I Logan Shoe Factory I 13 W. Center St., Logan, Utali SPRING I v IS COMING! H Wliat a lot of things you will need H which wc keep in stock, we not only H keep the best quality but we sell H at the very lowest price. Rakes, hoes, shovels, picks, pruning shears and all other kinds of garden tools. H Nails, bolts, locks, screws and every H kind of builders hardware; Brushe...

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. — 27 February 1904

trm '' i '' B' 1 ' I I Vital Questions m What Does B I the Doctor Prescribe? H What Does f the Druggist Supply? H $ it. Health often balances between ! ; .,' these two questions. Life itself may depend on the precise j . lining of a picscrlptlon with. drugs o! absolute standatd sticngth. Many druggists who , till prescriptions carefully aie 1 not so careful alwut the lclla- blllty or potency of the remedies ' used. We aro careful about H both. Wc sec to It that our B I ! drugs have the precise strength H p they should hae, and they 1 aie always compounded w Ith H It sclcntlllcaccuiacy. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO. H Looan, Utah, H Franklin, Preston and Mont- B pellet, Idaho. I , KIRK H as the .shephcid Coiln, In "As You WILL DO m himself pioud. All the umatcuis R have reached A HIGH B degree of excellence. Special costumes B have been ordered by ! WIRE K and will embchsh e ery ACT The Art Department has worked out Hj J j an attiactivc color scheme IN PINK and green, and the clown will look...

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. — 27 February 1904

mm I 1 - I 1 Vital Questions H What Does m ij , the Doctor Prescribe? H j What Does m " , the Druggist Supply? H ' Health often balances between UU ' these two questions. Life Itself B may depend on tho picclso B l filling of a prescription with UU ; j drugs of absolute standard B ji strength. Many diugglsts who B . . (Ill prescriptions carefully arc Um I not so careful about the iclla- M I blllty or potency of the icmcdlcs' M ; used. Wc arc caicful about UM both. Ve. seo to It that our H. drugs havo the precise sticngth H they should have, and they UU arc always comounded w Ith Um t scientific accuracy. v RITER BROS.' DRUG CO. H Looan, Utah, H Franklin, Preston and Mont- B poller, Idaho. KIRK H sis tho shephcid Coiln, In "As Von B Like WILL DO UU i Jilmself proud. All the amnions 1 j'!J have reached A HIGH H ,1 degree of excellence. Special costumes H I i ' v have been ordered by b WIRE H . and will cmbchsh every ACT H The Art Department has woiked out H ' an attractlvo color schem...

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. — 2 March 1904

1 . TWICE - A - WEEK I Vbiumell. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, MARCH2, 1904 Number 34 H The War In the East SOMETHING DOING SHORTLY. Affairs in the Orient seem to bo getting Interesting just at present. The Japs are after Tort Aithurgood and liard,cvldontly determined to take tlio poH. A dlspatcli dated February 29th sa)s: "Fifteen Japanese warships furious ly bombarded Port Arthur from 10 until 12 o'clock this morning. The Kusslan ciulscrs Novik, Askold and ' fe&yan, accompanied by four torpedo f ts, steamed out to meet the attack. They were, however, forced to ictlre. The Askold was in a sinking condi tion. The Novik was badly damaged, and a toipedo boat was sunk. The Kusslan battleship Ketvizau was again damaged. The Japanese with drew in good order. 'It is anticipated here thiitthetc will be a small engagement soon some- Another Victory. The war depaitment of the A. C. of U. made a determined and successful attack on Logan's social realm last Saturday cening and captured the wh...

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. — 2 March 1904

1B4iI?t .''"'" 'i"'".iJ'"'.uH''Wi'wri t-iiVTiMi-TT-l"T''rn-fnTirr-ri i. i- 1 r BBtTP I m BBi iiti W T5he REPUBLICAN. BBJ H ,i LOOAN, ... UTAH, j y ' ' J This Imge outi.tit or l)oy bund Its BBJ f -will yet rnl.se up apologists tor King BH H Suit River, Art.., Is about to tie BBJ dammed. Antl-profanlty parngraphers BBJ I pleoso kco oft. BBl . Whltaker Wright would have saved BBJ a lot of trouble If ho had committed BBJ Htilclde a dozen years ago. bbm A woman 1b pretty fmro sho could BBJ oconomlzo more lu tho co.il hill It sho BBj could lmvo $1,000 worth of tura. BBg Woman's car la bo perversely BBl ' mathematical that fortj-nlno cents BBl , nouuda only halt as big as halt a dot- BBm BBl Glrla at n cooking srbool In Berlin BBg j uto Bomo of tholr own salads. The BBb ' ilato of tho funerals will bo announced BBf Whnn London pays "Hollo, therol" BBg ( to Plymouth Hock, wo reallzo how BBl much tho hand of Father Timo has BBg tnado smooth. BBa ' Daniel J. Sully's profits In cotton BBg are ...

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. — 2 March 1904

JEWELS IN A NEST. Remarkable Find Made In North Da kota by Guide. Whllo hunting In tlio Dig Hole Brook region of North Dakota recently Atbort Turner, a guldo, made ono of i tho oddest I'lscoverles ovor recorded. -4 With a companion named Burt, ho waa caught In a severe snowstorm miles from camp, and, finding that It would bo necessary to spoad tho night In tho forest, tlio two Bet about chopping down second-growth spruce? with which to make a lcanto. Tho snow wns too deep to gather fallen deadwood fcr a Are, so Turnor took his hntchot and hunted about for a stump dry enough to burn. Ho eventually found one. Turnor hacked off two feet of tho wood at a time as It was needed, tnd about bedtime had reached the middle ot tho log. Ho had noticed a holo In the centor which connected with an opening near the top nnd rightly con cluded that a nuthatch had mado his nost In tho Interior tho spring before. Occasionally ho struck tho feathers of tho bird, but thought nothing of It until Ills hat...

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. — 2 March 1904

I i I I The Logan Republican. Bh fl I.ooa.n, Cache Codntt, Utah. BB if! BB Published by MOO UK & TURNER BB : (LCSSCCS.) fl 1 Oillclal Kepubllcan Organ of Caclie H County, Utah. BB H ' ' Of, by and for Die Republican party B i, . first, last and always. M Issued Twlco-a-wi'ck, VVcilnrsday anil H ) K a Ui relay. EntiTisl OctolxT 21, IMS, it Logan B J Utah, at weoml-da-n matter, under Act of H Coiicri-M (if March 3. 1BTP. H , Subscription, Payable in Advance H ' I Ono Year tJ M H Six Monti. . I . H Tliteo MoAllis... Tj i BB j BH i A newspaper reader asks why It is HB ; that the war news nowadays makes BH .' such uninteresting reading, In eon- H .. f trast to the graphic stories hc have H. I have boon used to In former wars The HI answer Is that all the newspaper eoi- H ' respondents aie "bottled up" In Toklo j and other points distant fiom the j i front, and that even their meagei re- HB ports are mercilessly censored. Headers HI are now- learning how much they have J depended on w...

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. — 2 March 1904

I I , Odell's Studio FOR Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. Plenty Home & Money ' To Loan on City and Faun pi op orty. No delay, no red tape. AVe liavc tlie choicest list of Ilcsl 4A dence, Huslncss and Faun prop- erty for Sale on good terms. If you have pioperty for sale list It with US H. A. Pedersen &Co Oulcc over First 'atl onnl Hank C. H. Baker Practical Shoe Dealer, Has Just recelcd a consignment or FOOTWEAR. They arc positively the best goods ever olTcred for the money in Logan. Men's Hand Sewed Fine l$ox Calf Shoes, 2.."i0 per pair, and other shoes in piopoitlon. Logan Shoe Factory 13 W. Center St., Logan, Utah .SPRING IS COMING! What a lot of things jou will need which we keep In stock, we not only keep the best quality but we sell at the very lowest price. Rakes, hoes, shovels, picks, pinning shcais and all other kinds of gaidcn tools. Nails, bolts, locks, sciews and every kind of bulldcis hardware; Brushes, brooms, buckets, lucks and all other spring cleanin...

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. — 2 March 1904

' if I ONE PRAYER. HJ f It rue work and be glad. Qlve mc my work to rto, 1 O Lord, ami 1 ask no more; And peace of the task well done: I j With will to turn wheretliosunbcnmaburn Youth nf the spring mid It blossoming, Hi 1 ' ! At the sill of my uorkahop door. And t!io light of the moon and uu. Hf ' ,T ..M-sJl Hi ' Aforetime 1 prayed my prayer Plcisuro of little things HJ I' lror the Rlory and gain of earth, That never mny pall or end, HJ But now grown wiao and with opened eyes And fast in my hold no Iecr gola J l! ( I have necii what the prayer was north. Than tho koiicat hand of a friend HJ 5 Let mc forget in time j O Folly of ilrcami that I had; C Hi ii Gic mo my alinro of ii world mot fair HJ , i! Ict mo work and be glad. O HJ ' ' Tlicodoiia GarrUou, in the Independent. J I I J A STOR.Y-BOOK MOTHER i k I ? y MARGARET BLOUNT. HJ tMOH. '' Wlls "lc twentieth day HJ J ot Juno. Tim strawberry HJ , ( ( O T O hCllHOU was at Its height, L j' f k '""' s!llH' Moore, tliL only 1 M01r child ...

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. — 2 March 1904

Mistress Dawn. CA. JttVe maid tripped down the alales at ray. With n red, red rose In her hair. And the Bun as he blinked and rubbed hid eyes Thought the mnld wondrous fair. 8n clore he crept ns the hours passed. And bidding the mnld "Good morn." Asked: "What Is thy name, sweet child of the East?" And she answered him: "Mistress Dawn." Then he klrred her till red as the roso In her hnlr The face of the fnlr maiden crew, And down In mondow n corn flower peeped With wlde-starlng eyes of blue. So when the world from Its dreams awoke. Dawn In the Sun's arms lay Like a scarier bloom that morn bad drop pod .On the golden heart of day. Agnes Helen Lockhart In Boston Tran script. Good Outdoor Game. Here Is a gamo which will be especially welcome to the girls, for tho boys have all sorts of outdoor j sports novf) Any number of girls, or t for that matter, boys, can play, ' long as tho number Is even, but tiivf should be all girls or all boys. Thero nro two captains who ehooso sides, as tlio ...

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. — 2 March 1904

hi y n , as sprint, approaches all I I1 LEATHER USKI) ON THEFAHM H (!' SHOULD hi: OILED. EXPERI H " I ENCE TEACH ESTIIATKOTHI NO H . j EQUALS NEATFOOTS OIL FOR !ii I THE PURPOSE. SOME USE PRE- I I I'AItEI) IIAUNKSS OIL, WHICH P IS A LITTLE CAEAPER. WE I 'I HAVE THEM BOTE IX ALL SIZE HjV b PACKAGES. ! h I RITER BROS,' DRUG GO. HJ Looa.v, Utah, J i Franklin, Preston and Mout- HJ ) pellet, Idaho. H I jj SUPT. BATT HJ L assuies iis, on the hnnui of Ills olllclal HJ i po-,11 ion, th.it. the A. ('. pioductioiiof ' j "As You Like It" Is going j TO REPRESENT HJ j the best talent, musical anil dianiiitlc HJ that Is to 1 1'! round at THE COLLEGE HJ The pcrfoimancc. with a latge and HJ , able cast, will bo piosented I i p. AT Hj . 4 the Thatcher Opei a House, Monday, HJ ' " Maich 14. Evciybody vvauts a chance HJ to sec one of I : THE WORLD'S HJ ' greatest comedies, and the house will Hj !, be crowded, whether the weather is H t foul oi ! FAIR H I j1 at Thatcher Opera House, Monday, ; M March 1...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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