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LOGAN:
Hyrum Karren filed Suit In the District court In Logan yesterday against Talltha D. Karren, his erstwhile daughter-in-law, to quiet title to forty acres of land In Lewiston, which Mrs. Karren says the elder Karren gave to her divorced husband and in which she therefore claims an interest.
Source: Salt Lake Telegram (Salt Lake City, UT) - November 14, 1902
Submitted and transcribed by Barb Ziegenmeyer


Prof. Joseph Jensen of the A. C. of U. has been elected a member of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, having been elected at a recent meeting of the Association at Niagara Falls.
Source[The Logan Republican (Logan, UT), July 25, 1903, page 3 - Contributed by R. Line]


Prof. George Thomas who has just returned from a two years' absence in Europe, has a column interview in Tuesday's News, in which he speaks very highly of Utah's students in the continent, and there is no doubt but that Prof. Thomas has improved his own time as well as the others. While away he studied int he universities of Halle, Paris, and Berlin and from the former he secured the degree Ph. D. Before going to Europe Prof. Thomas had gained his master's degree at Harvard.
Source[The Logan Republican (Logan, UT), July 25, 1903, page 3 - Contributed by R. Line]


Mrs. Stover and sons Noble and Howard will leave next Friday for Berkeley, Cal. In California, public and high schools, as well as University, begin work on August 1, and in order that the boys may start in school at the beginning of the term, the family is going at this time. Misses DeGraff and Raymond will occupy the Stove home after the family's departure,and the residence vacated by the first named will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Thompson.
Source[The Logan Republican (Logan, UT), July 25, 1903, page 3 - Contributed by R. Line]


Mr. Kendricks of Providence while handling powder yesterday afternoon was severely injured by a premature explosion. It seems that the gentleman set fire to the powder and before he could get away the some exploded and filled one side of his face with grains of powder, and injured one eye. Drs. Budge and Calderwood gave the man surgical attention and sent him home in a fair state of preservation.
Source[The Logan Republican (Logan, UT), July 25, 1903, page 3 - Contributed by R. Line]


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