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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 3 November 1904

I THE LOGAN RKPUBLICAN THURSDAY Nov 3, 1004 H I When Biter's label is on Bottle You know the contents are pure I That's the standard we've put - tiBL-Ti ( on our drugs. That's the Standard we put on our wines I and Illinois for medicinal purposes. I The same cave In selecting them I that is exercised In selecting the drugs thatgo Into our prescriptions Wo know that poor wines and llq ors will do more harm than good. We want the wines and liquors you take for medicinal purposes to do you as much good as the pre scriptions we llll loryou. Can you wonder then why we say, "When Uiter's label Is on the but tle the contents aie pure. RITER BROS.' DRUG CO, Loo an, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont pellcr, Idaho If you want uu && Abstract - ?? of Title Gallon Fred W. Crockett (Licensed Abstractor) OMcc over Dunbar, Hoblnson & Co's Store, Main St. Logan. J .. SMITH, M. I). Physician and Surgeon. A 1.1. Calls Piiompt- Telephone 55-5 i.y Attended To . . SMITHFIELD - - UTAH. GROCERIES...

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. — 3 November 1904

. i W It TO THE MOST POPULAR WOMAN IN CACHE. H I ON DECEMBER 15 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I WILL PRESENT H . " if J )t , " ' . ir TTjJg ii'j ME Jjy Jtvufrt. :granrnitu ' a ttw a t rl-- jV'--akfelsi Ml R I ISSSU PIANO H&W B (made by the Schiller people, handled by the Thatcher Music Co., and now on exhibition there) to the woman whom the H subscribers of this paper decide is the most popular of all the popular women in this county. See particulars elsewhere. B (iHHPHHHHIIHBBHSSiSSiiSmSS I $100 IN GOLD. & I & & $250 IN PRIZES I ' to the Subscribers who Prove themselves the best Guesscrs. I A TOTAL OF $700.00 . Read the particulars Elsewhere

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. — 3 November 1904

Official Directory District Judge Charles Ilait. . District Attorney Frank K. Ncbckcr JJ COUNTY OKFICKl'lS. f County Commissioners Rrigham A. ' Hendricks, C. L. Anderson, Wm. H. Darley. ' County Clerk Jacob N. Larscn. j County Recorder Robccca Karnes. County Attorney W. W. Maughan. County TreasuierW. 0. Parkinson. County Assessor Jos. J. Klcliardson. County SlierltT-Ocorge C lllgby. County Surveyor K. C. Scliaub. County Physician Dr. W. H. I'ark inson. County Supt. Schools 0. M. Thompson. County Fish and Game Waiden-R.R. Thornley. Water Commissioner James Melkle. Fruit tree Inspectors Niels K.Iiroby Wellsvllle, south 1 of county Thomas Sterling. Providence, noilli 1 of county. Road Supervisors Avon, Jus. Jensen; Renson, Samuel II.Rouiidy; Clarks 4 ton, Ucoigc Godfrey; College, Christian Olscn; Covevllle, John C. Larscn; Greenville, Jacob Wil hclm; Hyde Park, Stephen Thurs ton; Hyrum, O. P. Olscn; Lewis ton, II. M. Rawlins, Jr.; Logan, M. J. Andrews; Mcndon, Mormon jgsafc Rlrd; Mlllv...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 3 November 1904

I B ' , TnELOOAN ItEI'UBLICAN I ' Voters Read This H l j BY 1 Fifteen years aROiiconcspoiulciit of BBV Uio London Times wtolc: H 'f "The national debt of the Hiiltert H ij States is bcliitflltiulilatctl with a swift- BV i ness that ls'iiniquu In the liMoiy of BBV v modern nations." BH ' Clearly, wouU moio true ui'cr sped BV " from a pen or Up. Had not Ho'coe BH Conklln maliciously, willfully lied BBV .lames .1. Blaine out of tils justly and BH duly elected olllee of piesldent of the BBV 4 United States, 1,1 io debt which was In- BBY ,j i cuircd for the benefit of posteilty, and BBpj ,! pi of which posterity milil to bear its BBS 1 ' full sliaio, would have been dlschaig- BBJ I : od almost entirely hj the genctation BBV I rl that Inclined it. Let us sec. On the H 'i 1st day of .lult, ISii.', the national BBV H ' debt was$2,7r(i,-i:;i,571. On the Lstdiiy J k or .Inly, 1S8I, It was 1, ir,o,)..o,2:5.". BBV S Thus the Anii'ilcin people had In BBpj the same time paid the lutctest. Q promp...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

- i. a I fWICE-A-WEEK Logan, Utah, SATURDAY, November 5, 1904 Volume III, Number 2 H PORT.ARTHUR NOT CAPTURED Fight may last some time yet. The struggle is fierce but Hopeless. Headquarters of the third Japanese army, In front of Port Arthur, Nov. 2, via Chefoo, Nov. 3. The Japanese are now in a position to commence the r beginning of the end of the operations to capture the eastern fortified ridges. Their siege park has been completed by the placing of eleven-Inch Howitz ers. During the night of October 20 all the reserves advaticed through a net work of trenches In front of the east ern fortllled ridges fruni south of Kck wan to west of Kekwan, and to the west of Rlhlung mountain, called by the Japanese Shochosan. The bombardment began at dawn October 30, and infantry attacks were planned to go against lllhlung moun tain, an untrenchecl hill between tho coast of Hanjusan and to the east of Kekwan on three Kekwan forts. TROOPS AUK DETERMINED. There Is tremendous excitement among th...

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. — 5 November 1904

H .'J Alice of Old Vincennes, IB " . W.S. McCORNICK, President. ALLAN M. FLEMING. Cashier I JAMES QUAYLE, Vice l'rcs. II E. CROCKETT, Asst. " g THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, H L OGAN, UTAH. I, H , Under United States Government Supervision, CAPITALANl) PROriTS $70,000. m 1 1 Attention To All. J Interest raid on Time Deposit. B ' rorelon Drafts Issued I'rompt. Conservative, Sale H HOARD Ob' DIRECTORS H ! W. S. McCoilMCK .lAMKS Ql'AM.K .losKIMtl''. SMITH H I , .lOIIN II. ANIIKIISON TllOS. S.MAItT SOIIKN IIAN8KN. H ' I C. C. Goihiwin C. W. Niiimo. Allan M. 1'lumi no I J JEWEL I ' STEEL m ' RANGES I i ! WM. EDWARD'S H FURNITURE and CARPET HOUSE H "I MAIN ST I. OC. AN H I Utah Mortgage Loan H Corporation. H Tithing Office corner, login, Utah B has plcnt) of MONEY AT H ALL TIMES for H FARM AND CITY LOANS B at lowest ratos. No Commls- B sions chaigcd m j I Odell's Studio H I Photo's B i . Successor lo j THOMAS & ODELL. i " I Lopn Real Estate H , and Loan Company B has a iuiii)l)ei- of Fits!...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

- --l---i 'H IH - - - r Republican Party. Democratic Party. Socialist Party. American Party. I " For President of tlio United Stales. For President of the United St ates, For President of the United States, tll y.J THEODORE ROOSEVELT ALTON 13. PARKER EUGENE VICTOR DEBS ' H For Vice-President of tlic United Slates, For Vice-President of the United States, For Vice-President nfthe United States, jH CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS HENRY G DAVIS BENJAMIN 1IANFORD , H Fur i'retulentiaEteun tor Presidential I.lerturs, ' -- --i Vj r"TT'1 l i.u.mmmm,m "" fll E.W.WADE FRED J. KIESEL J. 11. ZENGER "' ' H JAMES A. MINER SAMPEL NEWHOI'SE A. C. JACOBSON II. P. MYTON EDWARD II. SNOW J. V. MuGANN lor KeiresentaiTc in Fifty-ninth Congress. """""" For Kepresentallve In FIfly-nTntTi Congress, """"" Jor HcpreentatlCe in Flttj-nlnlh Congress. yot Keiut'srutalm' in Flfti-nfulh loneie, "" For rieim-seutatfxu In PtTty-ittulh Congress, """ ' H JOSEPH HOWELL ORLANDO W, POWERS W. II. SCIIOOK OUDEN HILES . jH I'or tiore...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

I H !! THE LOGAN REPURLICAN B ' . . F J Republican.State Ticket iFor Governor JOHN C. CUTLKH, 1 For Secretary of State M CHAULKS S. TINGKY, K f For Justice of Supreme Court K I DAN1KL N. bTUAUl', H ' ! For Treasurer B ! .1AMK8 CII1UST1ANHKN, B I For Auditor M .1. A. KIIWAIUIS, B For Superintendent of Schools A. C. NKUON, BJ For Attorney-General BJ M. A. HIIKKIIKN, M ' For Presidential Electors (! a. w. wadk, II. 1 MYTON, 1 .IAMKS A. MINKIt, For Congress J ! .lOSP.IMI IIOWF.I.I,, H ' .JUDICIAL TIOKKT. J For Judge. H ' WlU.AllI) W. MAVOIIAN. BJ tj For Prosecuting Attorney. H , Fitr.D.I IIoi.ton ' I j H ' ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS. I , Ihe Log&n Republican BC j ICHIAN. CACHE COP.NTT, I'HB, H Published by B M 0 0 HE & TU II N Elt J (Lessees.) H Onicial Republican Organ of Cache BE County, Utah. BE I sMi ill Twlci'-a-wtck, WrdMi'sdnr anil Bl h&turdar. Kiitrri'il (K'tolHT 21, 1KB. at Lokmi K Hull, as M-roiifl-i'lass mailer, under Act of B I ConKri'HHUf Mnrt'h.1. 1K7H. 1 Subscrip...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

; THE LOGAN KEI'UULICAN SATURDAY Nov 5, 1004 :H When Ritar's label is on Bottle You know the contents arc pine That's the standard we've put " IKA on our drugs. That's the Standard wc put on our wines and liquors for medicinal pm poses. The same care in selecting them that Is exercised In selecting the drugs thatgo Into our pi ascriptions We know that poor wines and llq ors will do more haim than good. Wc want the wines and liquors you take for medicinal pui poses to do you as much good as the pro sciiptlons wo till foryou. Can you wonder then why we say, "When Itlttu's label Is on the bot tle the contents are nine. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Logan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont poller, Idaho If jou want an tefc Abstract - W of Title Call on Fred W. Crofckett (l.tconsfil Abstractor) Ofllcc over Dunbar, Robinson & Co's Store, Main St. Logan. .. SMITH, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. AMiCaluI'rowt- Telephone M-5 I.Y Attendeii To . . ; SMITIIFIELD - - UTAH. SPECIAL I For One Week Only m ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

' m - . , I ( TO THE MOST POPULAR " I I WOMAN IN CACHE. B B I ONDECEMBER 15 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN J I; WILL PRESENT I : J'j A $350.00 ll J vrTwn,WTnrfTmnfmTTrnTTfn-Tf miTrrmTftMHf Ih I lm 4 V "" ll Jk 11 LL ' '"' "IT"'mI W IF I liSi PIANO JjraP I (made by the Schiller people, handled by the Thatcher Music Co., and now on exhibition there) to the woman whom the subscribers of this paper decide is the most popular of all the popular women in this county. See particulars elsewhere. B I ' . $J00 IN GOLD. 4 & - B , I g & $250 IN PRIZES B r I ' to the Subscribers who Prove themselves the best Guesscrs. I I A TOTAL OF $700.00 B i m t " I Read the particulars Elsewhere

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

H t a nnniM I Official Directory. jfl District JudgeCharles Hart. I District AttorneyFrank K. Ncbekcr iJLl fr I ' COUNTY OmCKUS. Pv County Commissioners- Urigham A. ' Hendricks, C. L. Anderson, Win. 11. Darley. ' County Clerk Jacob N. Larscn. County Recorder Rebecca Karnes. County Attorney W. W. Mauglmn. County Treasurer W. C. Parkinson. County Assessor Jos. .1. Richardson. County Sheriff George C Rlgby. County Surveyor K. C. Schaub. County Physician Dr. W. R. Park inson. County Supt. Schools 0. M. Thomp son. County Fish and Game Waiden-R.R. Thornlcy. Water Commissioner .lames Mclkle. Fruit tree Inspectors Niels R.Rroby Wellsvlllc, south of county Thomas Sterling. Providence, north I of county. Road Supervisors Avon, Jas. Jensen; I Renson, Samuel lI.Roundy;Clarks I ton, George Godfrey; College, I Christian Olscn; CqvcvIIIc, Jolin I C. Larson; Greenville, Jacob Wll I helm; Hyde Park, Stephen Thurs 1 ton; Hyrum, O. P. Olsen; Lewls I ton, II. M. Rawlins, Jr.; Logan, I M. J. Andrews; Me...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 5 November 1904

H , ,ju H LibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI iH LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW B H THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH I Where H : Worth Counts. H & J ! LbbbbbbH H It counts in drug's nunc than B In any otnor commodity )ou m iniy. Upon t lie purity and po- H tcncy of drugs depends health B i 'Often life. It Is Important, that B you patronl.e stole where quality Is B Fora long time we have pin B mlscd high giadc goods, (.ireful B and .skillful sea Ice anb right H prices. and dccatise we have kept B all promises our liiisiuess has BVJ grown and will coin Inue to grow B You can depend on Ihlsstore J to provide at nil times, the J kind of thug store supplies ion Mj should have and to save you BftVJ money on them. BBBi CITV DRUG i0. ' H J ' The Front Is White M 07 MAIN ST. - LOGAN BBfl I rr 1 lii4T m , kc:--...:iH h LbbbbB , cts , -ir'SL 1 m No Flour Better M than that made b the (' in ml Mills. H , Our brands aie the famous (iOIJ)KN M GATE. Wllol K WHEAT 1XL B oi FANCY. V( ur grocer keeps It. B ...

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. — 8 November 1904

1 S2.50 YEAR. Qj) fOM tijXfflBL Fl I fW ICE- A - WEEK Logan Utahf TUESDAY, November 8, 1904 Volume III, Number 3 I RichardYoung Says 'the Only" Has Misrepresented Holton. I Strong Letters from I Young and Rogers, I At all times tlie remaikable and 1 distinguished "only" lias sought to I convince tlio people that Mr. Fred J. I Holton Is "Incompetent," "unedueat- 1 ed," Incapable or Hlllng the olllce of AJ district attomej. A few das ago VSStyty that paper asked why Mr. Holton did f" not secure the endorsement or rccom I mcndatlonof competent attoineis as testimonials nf ids worth. I Tiik Run iimcan is pleased to pie- sent three letters from two of this state's ablest attorneys, Hon. Ulchard I W. Young, democrat, and Lindsay 15. Rogeis. Mr. Young says- November:!. I!i04 H Mr. Fred .1. Holton, Logan, Utah Dear Sir: 1 am in receipt of your communication of the 1st Inst., In- forming me that It is asserted by some or your oolllleal opponents that you are an Illiterate, uneducated and In-...

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. — 8 November 1904

B t H I6c REPUBLICAN. H i H ' LOOAN, ... UTAH, J UTAH STATE NEWS. B ! Utah win r,h!p sixty cnrloods of In- H 1 , corno seed this year. B i Tito wires of tho Solt Lake rotito H f nnd Western Union havo reached Las H Vogas, over 4G0 mites from Salt Lako. H Eddlo Nordstrom, a young man from H F.ilrvlcw, wnR killed in n conl mine H . ytnatit ten miles cast of tlint placo, by B L' a cavn of rock. B The wook on tho Silt Lnko mining H II oxcliango closed on tho transfer of B II iHC, 875 shares of stock, for which $D0,- H ' U33.72 was paid. B Tho track-laying record on tho Suit B i J lily; route was broken Inst week, B "when tho forco laid two miles In ono H , day below Las Vegas. B A number of Utah sheepmen havo B . ) oontrnctcd their net year's wool crop B at eighteen cnts por pound nnd havo B i rocclvcd tho payment In ndvnnco. B In "1D oro nni' Ixdllon market of B 1 Bait Lnko, tho week doped nr. scttlo- B ' merits aggregating $fS t.DUO, ns com- B i pared with $5St.GU for tho provloua iwo...

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. — 8 November 1904

I NEWS SUMMARY. Tho official returns of tho Russian losses received up to date do not ox H ceced 30,000. H Larashe, a fortincd seaport town ot , 4,000 Inhabitants, Is now besieged by BJpn tho robolllous Sahcl Kabylcs. H' Tho Vosslcho Zoitung, tho old cot nowspapor In ncrlln, celebrated Us H 200th anniversary on tho 29th. H Corinth. Ky., a town of 250 inhabl- tnnt3, was almost wiped out by firo. U'wcnty-ono buildings wcro destroyed. An Omaha packing houso last week received an order for 3,000,000 pounds of mess beof, for shipment to tho Orient H Frederick Schorn, 78 years old, and I his daughter, Cecelia, 30 years old, have been found dead at their homo in Chicago from gas asphyxiation. John rrcohouso was knocked oft tho H cagn as ho was being drawn up In tho shaft of tho Afterthought mine at Red M ding. Cal, foil to tho bottom nnd was Instantly killed. Louis Harmon, ono of tho trio of H robbers who murdered Georgo Coyer H a farmer, near Alton, O.. nearly n year H ngo. was electrocut...

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. — 8 November 1904

Hiflflflfl& i flflfc , - H R003EVELT AND FAIRBANKB. The Logan Republican B ' LOfUN, CaCIIR CotTNTT. lllMll. B j Published by H If I HOOltE & TURN K H If' (Lessees.) fl I J OOlcIal Republican Organ of Cache H ft County, Utali. H 1 Issued Twicc-a-wcck, Vi-il m-lay and B Saturday. HnU'ri'd OcloWr 21, IKK. at 1 ottan H IHali, ai spcoml-clns matter, under Act of H Connrwtof Mntvli n. IfcT'.i. B ) i Subscription, Payable in Advance H ' i Ono Yt'ar ... f-'-M H I j Six Month. .... I HHJ Three Months H Notwithstanding the rllorts put B forth by the demociats to work the B Relief Societies in the south end of H I the valley, they lofiise to work. jj i The oters will possibly like to le- H j member .Mclvin Ballard's disposition H I to bond this county hcnvlly In order H to seemo good roads. Tim Rki'Uiili- H , can was and is In favor or bonding H i but It seemed that the majority of the H ' people were not In favor of It. Do H they like Mr. Ballard's attitude? Do H j they think Mr. Mall...

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. — 8 November 1904

I Republican Party. Democratic Party. Socialist Party. American Party. , I H Fur resident of iu Cnlted Stale., For President of the I'nlted State., r"r ''resident ' '" lu'ted Sute. H "-9 THEODORE ROOSEVELT ALTON K. PARKER EL'GENK VICTOR DEBS M ? For Vice-President of the United States, For Vice-President of the United Slates, I"..r Vice President of the I'mted Stair. H CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS HENRY G. DAVIS IJEVJAMIN HANFORD H H For I'residTnllalTnectors, """"""""""ToTTreTuTeTitTaTT.TeclorH, I rr l'reinennal r.lrvtin , hiir I'resiileniial TTcutTr"""-" '" nH E. W. WADE FRED J. KIESEL .1. II. ZEXGER ' M I JAMES A. MINER SAMFEL NEW110USE A. I". JACORSON H R II. 1'. MYTON EDWARD II. SNOW J. W. McGANN M IB For Nepresenlatle In Flfij-nlnlh Congress. " For Kcpresentatle lnFlTtyiilnlh Congress, """""" ror Kepresentatlte in Fllt-nlntli t "iifi.v. Fur Kepreseiitatmi In FKlj-rTlnlh Connie-"., "" " " Fur K. preventative in Flftt-nluih Cnnurev., mH JOSEPH HOWELL ORLANDO W. POWERS W. II. SCHOCK OGDE...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 November 1904

M HAPPY WOMEN. ' B j Mrs. Pnro "Mm I wife of C. U jT B i Pare, r. prom- f fSijB?, m I ' Inent rest- C?Ts Bk I dent alas- Jv .V-a-n-t ; bow. Ky.,f- 3&w$hiM ! .uttering! f-WttSf.'ffi 1 ' from comjf AiAWj H plication ori-f FtTr 11 B i kidney trou-V- "jf''itr nrj B ties. Besides Yap2y y H I had a great Vj a B deal o" trou- 1 r Ba ble with the - BB accretions, " BB which woro exceedingly "arlnble, BB '1 omotltuc3 oxccsslvo and nt otlcr BB , ,, times scanty. Tho color was high, BB ,. nd passages wcro accompanied with BB ll scalding Rendition. Do an 'a Kidney Bfl j I , Pills soon regulated tho kidney secrc- BB If, tlons, making tbrlr color normal, and Bfl rjl banished tho Inllnmmatlon which BB J caused tho scalding sensation. I can Bfl I rest well, my hack Is strong nnd Bfl j found, and I Iccl much better In every B U BH i Tor salo hy nil dealers, price SO Bfl , cents per box. roSTIJUMILIJUUN Bfl I CO.. Uuffalo, N. Y. B BCST CALLING FOR WOMEN. B i j Enrjllsh Writer Lauds the Benefits o...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 8 November 1904

I Mwmm 1 bJ5s I Young women may avoid much sick- 1 ness and pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, if K9t' they will only have faith in the use of K Lydia E Pinliham's Vegetable Compound. H r- DnAR jinS PrainiAjr : I feel it my duty to tell all young Tvomon how much Lydla Tl. I'liiklium's wonderful Vegetable Conipound ha3 H done for mo. I wris completely run down, unnblo to attend school, and did not caro for any kind of society, bub now I feel liko a now person, H and have gained seven pounds of llesh in three months. "I recommend it to all young women who suffer from female wealth ness." iliss Alma Pkatt, Holly, Mich. I FREE MEDICATi ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS. s- H All yoimjr prlrls nt tills period of life nro earnestly invited to rrelto Mrs. lHiiklium for ad vice; sho 1ms guided in a motherly wny hundreds oC young women; her mlvluo in freely and cheerfully H clvcn, nnd her address Is Lynn, Inss. H JndpinfT from the Utters she Is receiving from so mnnv yonn-j girls Mrs. j-H Ptnkhnm bullevcs Unit...

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. — 8 November 1904

jVH THK LOGAN RI3I'(ULICAN I ' A Letter. HHJ IIditok Locian Itiuu iii,h n hM Dear Sir-My attcnllon has been HHjj called to a statement In join papei of VH Nov. 1, as follows "In one iasc VH I through tho carelessness of Mr Nebc- 1" kcr, the criminal escaped, and the county lost a bond in the sum or MOO " . 1 am pleased to say tint upon caiefitl personal iniptlrj Into the facts of the BB c.isc that the icunds fully exonerate VHF Mr. N'cbcker, and show that in no VH sense was Mr Nebckci responsible for VH p this loss, 'l'lie statement was made BH i upon wh.it was deemed at the time VH Lis reliable authentiu data Personall) I jVjB HJ am glad to vlndlcito Mi. Ncbekcr.and VH iij I trust that he will he equally ready HHJ I'i I to vindicate in) good name and fame HHJ y from unjust attack and aspcislon. 1 HHJ 1 dislike peisou.il abuse on cither side. HHJ t Let the public Judge the merits of all VH candidates Let us all abide theli de VjH HHj In Justice to in).elf as well a to Mi. HHj j Nebc...

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