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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 1 May 1903

I TIIE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 1, 1003. H I - F REE ! I bYbI bYbYbI BBH JBBBBJ H ' , H B M BBBBI BBBBI I To Alt Out Subscribers I JbYb VbYbYI flYI flYI flBflYl BBBI fiBBBl flVAYJ Jl flflH iflflflfl bbbI flBflil ! I M Hi BBBBI I JflflflVJ fll BflflBJ I Sfll Bl BaBBl Bb ffflflfll I IM11 ii Salt Lake City, Utah I HBBBJ jflflfl Bflfl iflifl Bfll Bfll flflflH During the next SIXTY DAYS I k fflvflYJ H flflVfll BW " K iflVflYi I .'" we will give THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer ' fl I Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I I H 'Bh B Vfl B 'H I When Paid In Advance Brj " ")& H flfl -Bfl

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. — 1 May 1903

H ! THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAIT, APRIL 28, 1003. - I The Logan Republican H I I.OdAX, CACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. H I MOORE & TURNER, I'UHLISltER H I (U'.ShKHS.) H $ Ofllclnl Itcpubllcnti Organ of Cache 1 County, Utah. H R Of, by and rorthe ICcpubllcati party H llrst, last iitid always. k BASEBALL H The final score wasi!:. to 10 In favor H n of the It. V., but Just how It occurred H 9 Is hard to toll. No doubt the presence, H i of those professionals who played In H the Utah League last year had milch H ! to do with It. Anyway Stoncy, for !" Instance, seemed to delight In catch ing the hall with his feet, If possible, and throwing It to Hist when the ball In reality was far in the left Held. If 1 " ho did happen to get the ball be seemed to have a vision of first being at the catcher's stand or else in the canal. Ho vainly tried to stop the ball by curling his whole frame around It; that didn't woik. Then Barton; he was the tall gentleman who tossed 'the ball fiom tliu center of...

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. — 1 May 1903

THE LOGAN IIEPUUL10AN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAT 11003. V "hYs! Dorothy Dodd yn(j M pfr Dorothy Dodd 1 Have just received a new line of "Dorothy Dodd" shoes and oxfords, which they invite the public to call and examine before purchasing eleswhere. , . WHEN YOU BUY a 'Dorothy Dodd' you can feel satis fied that you are getting the latest They possess 'style' in the I highest degree and are Faultless in fit and wear 1 Special attention given to this department j 1 Oxfords gS LacBoot g DOROTHY DOROTY I DODD V DODD 1 t mi ur ins ' wVVJl Ladies' iftiiTTrn wKmBlnmk HPcotton far. fflBJ ' Wr qt t. will VlVniwr f Summer. .LL VIK Our Ladies Summer Gloves VjV and Hosiery take the Lead MM 4 Cache Knitting Works. S4 TAKE & & The Oregon OlflUel Lulun a b j For all North l'acillo Coast Points- Portland, Seattle v' Spokane Tacoma a TUB &HOKTKST, QUICKEST, SAF EST; ELEGANT EQUIPMENT. k . New Double Daily Train SEtf VICR HBTWKBN SALT LAKE CIT V AND l'OitTLAXIL ?V D. S. SPJJNCBU, A. G. IV & T, A...

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. — 1 May 1903

H I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 1, 1003 H I NEW YORK'S ABSENT 80N8. M 1 More Than 1,250,000 of Them In Oth- H a er States of the Union. H I Thoro aro mora than 1,260,000 na- H tires of Now York now resident In H a othor Btatcs of tho country, and very H m few of tlicsc, relatively, adopted tho H X advlco Riven to New Yorkers many H j years ago to go West and grow up H jj with tho country. H Only ono stato of tho '.Vest has a H 5 considerable population of native-born H E New Yorkors, and that stato Is, H ' strange to say, Michigan. Thoro are M I 1C0.000 natives of New York resident H 3 In Michigan moro than 10 per cent H H of the whole numhor of native Now B Yorkers resident In other states. H After Michigan, but with a much H 5 smaller number of Now York real- H ' dents, comes Illinois. Tho two West- H $ crn states which liavo tho largest B jft number of Natlvo-born New Yorkors I next to Michigan aro Wisconsin and Minnesota. Emigration from this state has not been on tho...

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. — 1 May 1903

iH 1 HHHHIIIIIIIIIIH I TIIK KEl'UllLlCAN, LOG AX, MAY 1, 1003. j WIMMKWgtS?W The Scenic Line to Gleenwood Springs, Aspen, Loadvlllc, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line trains. The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through SaltLako 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between A OGDEN AND DENVER. Jl Via Three Scperato and Distinct Scenlo Routes w Through Pullman ; and Ordinary Sleeping Carsfo -J Dc"nvcr,"bmaha, Kansi'u'ity, St Louis and.C'hlcago Without Change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personal! Conducted Excursions. ' DINING CARS, Service a ;ia Cdrto on all through trains. Foraatos, folders, free illtistratcdibopklcts, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket agent, sbeclfylng thcJtlo Grand route, or address I. A. BENTON, G. P. 1., Salt Lake City', IsHMHHMslHMIslsHIMHHrzZHXsVHIIslMsSlslsM JOSEPH NEW150LD Has the Finest line of Clothing...

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. — 1 May 1903

HBT7 ---------------------- - I H I THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, MAY 1, 1003. I ; Paint your buggy for 75 cents H l" Just tli I nk we make ll possible H I . ' for j on to make a new buggy out B jf of jour old one for the small sum H . ? of Seventy-five cents. m l ' The paint Is mixed all ready for use B jjj so any one can put it on. BH f It's made of the best material H ?t and will not peel or crack the Bf p first time tlicsun shines on It. I It has a gloss like Varnish finish that u ill stand exposure. 1 Drop iti and we'll tell you more about It, and we'll show jou color cards so jou can make your selec tion. Of course we have brushes to put it on with. i RITER BROS, DRUG' y CO. Do you expect to do any Papering this Spring? BBJ I 1 f ) ou do you will make the mistake I i 91 BBf of jour lives by making yoir selection without seeing the most claboiate BBi , Hue to be found In Logan, carried by I CARDON, BURNHAM, & CO H 112 Main Street. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm "I AM FOR MEN!" HENRY GEORGE A GRE...

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. — 5 May 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I f TWICE- A-WEEK H I VOL. IS. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1903. NO 55 H TO HER REWARD Mrs. Elizabeth Benson Passes Away Mm day Morning. About thrco o'clock In the morning of May 4th, there passed away a pio neer women of Cache Valley who Is esteemed for her worthiness and gentleness throughout the whole of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho and wherever else she was known. This woman was Elizabeth Golliahar Benson. She was born In Clinton Co., on the 30th day of December, 1832. Her father was AVm. Golllhar and her jfMnothcr Elizabeth Orton. rt ' Along with the very earliest of the pioneers she, with her parents, came to Salt Lake city. In 1853, on the 5th of June she was married to Apostle Ezra T. Benson as his fourth wife. i Two children were born to her while , in Salt Lake, Fred G. and Brlgham Y., ; and then in 1860 she moved with her J husband to Logan and has resided i here since. In her youth she was well acquaint ed with the Prophet Joseph Sm...

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 May 1903

111 M I TnE LOQAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 5, 1003. H (J, P" " 'i1; g-i H si Qulntllllnn says tho perfection of B iy art Is to conceal nrt. Then tho young 1 jjj3 miss whoso mother, asked to admire a B first effort, admitted tho production K was a roso or a cow, nho would be M blest If she know which, had almost m n reached tha art pinnacle, nu It were. ll You havo heard of tho man who don't M 5 know any moro about nrt than a pig ji docs about skating. Ho exists In every village and Is usually found In tho m front row nt an nrt exhibit, talking P glibly of Michael Angolo, Raphael and m I Dennis O'TooIo's masterpieces, stnnd- I ing first on ono leg and thou on tho B I other (tho man, not tho masterplcco), nnd looking ns wise as an educated B J billy goat full of pnlnt brushes, paint t cans mid canvns. This Individual Is i usually tha town whltowashor or a 1 f slgn-palntcr who paints over a tin 1 nlphabct with yellow ochre nnd plenty M f' , of oil to mnke It spread easily. Ho M ' b...

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. — 5 May 1903

MS I THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY C, 1003. ""fB $ . I FREE! To All Out Subscribers I 1 iv - I H '" t . HI IWHI I I I 1 1 . 1 1 I ,, I s ' V r -. IH ' o. i jH i Mini Salt Lake City, Utah 1 I t ' V j- H '' - - f I y - v ( , ' - I During the next SIXTY i' ' wc will dvc THE Twice a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer I I 4 s Both One Year for the Single si&cription Price $2.50 ! I 'fl '." When Paid In Advance 1 - I

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. — 5 May 1903

mm -i J l TOE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 0, 1003, 11 The Logan Republican IfkK II LOOAN, OACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. MOORE Si TURNER, PUBLISHER WM (i.r.SSKKS.) 81 Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache (2 County, Utah. kvt Of, by and for the Republican party a llrst, last and always. 3H A dollar spent with a mall order jn house In a big city goes behind the H3 Iron door safe and never gets hack In- SPl to your pockets or your vicinity; says HH an exchange. And that Isn't all, that H dollar spent with your homo merchant mm will In ninety-nine cases out of a up; hundred buy more or better goods Kp than when sent to the mall order (Em house. Resides your home merchant helps you to pay the county and city II taxes and helps you to educate your child) en. fl ' ...... j Examination of records show that M President Cleveland appointed four , ' K& colored men to olllce, President Har- l rlson eight. President McICInlcy llfty- . two and President Roosevelt, during ! $Ij two years, llftccn. Tho fig...

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. — 5 May 1903

THE LOGAN REPUBCAN, LOGAN UTAH, MAY 5, 1003, ' Dorothy Dodd )HQ MERQ. (JO, Dorothy Dodd Have just received a new line of "Dorothy Dodd" shoes and I oxfords, which they invite the public to call and examine before purchasing eleswhere. WHEN YOU BUY a 'Dorothy Dodd' you can feel satis- j fied that you are getting the latest. They possess style' in the j highest degree and are Faultless in fit and wear t Special attention given to this department , t . ' Oxfords gS iWBoot gS DOROTHY J DOROTHY DODD DODD - TAKE & I The Oregon Short Line! . . For all North Pacific Coast Points- Portland; Seattle. Spokane, Tacoma & j THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, SAF- EST; ELEGANT EQUIPMENT. New Doable Daily Train SJp SERVICE BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY ANE-PORTLAND. D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. &T. A Salt Lake City, Utali. !; I "71 : - (Well's Studio ' . FOR xj Photo's . . Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. Ono person tells another . -j of the magnificent 7" " line of WALLPAPErS wo arc showing. This, is why we ...

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. — 5 May 1903

I I TIITJ I.OOAN URPUIICAN, LOGAN DTAn, MAY C, 1003, ' fl FUN IN "SMALL ADS" J UNINTENTIONAL HUMOR FOUND jM IN NEWSPAPERS. i j Some 8trange and Curious Ways ' Adopted to Make Wants Public , "Choice Villain" Offered for Sale i "Experienced Bug" Called for. ; It may be that tho funny man la iV not always original. Anyhow, ho ' apparently devote the boat days of his Ufa trying to make othor pcoplo Jj ' feel Jolly when they read his para- jH graphs In tho newspapers. Do that Jj as It may, no man needs to bo a pro- II ' fesslonal humorist In order to set an K awful lot of fun somcllmos out of tho fji newspaper advertisements. M To while away tho llmo recently 0 the writer busied himself the greater J5S part of an entlro day delving through m a. pllo of dallies and weeklies. The jj work was done through moro curios 1; lty, pretty much as "work" Is dono fiB by the backwoodsman who with his W ! gun on his shouldor tramps out early pJl In the morning In tho brush to see j, wnttt ho can get a...

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. — 5 May 1903

YrHFHFH ' BiflYfll VB THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 5, 1003. H BBBl - iHH IBID EBANPf WJSP W BwM t ' The Scenic Line to HHf Gloenwooil Springs, Aspen, Lcailvllle, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, H Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all polnts,cast. ABE Connecting at Ogdcd Union Depot with all , HHjl Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Lino trapis. Hf The only Transcontinental Lino passing directly through SaltLako 3 Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Dally between I Q r OGDEN AND DENVER. I J Via Threes Scpcratc and Distinct -Scenic Routes I I. Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to fHY Denver, Omaha, Kinsr-TCTtyrst Louis and.Chlcago Without Change." JFHJ& Free Rcelinln,: ChiilrCais. l'crsonally Conducted Excursions. iHf DINING CARS, Service C;ia Carte onalllthrough trains. skm For aates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your HH nearest ticket agent, sbecifying the Rio Grand route, or address I. A. BENTON, G. P. ., Salt Lake Cily, H , JOS...

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. — 5 May 1903

THE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, MAY 6, 1003. S - i I Paints Ready for Use. -' J,. Tli.U's the story f nntl an Interesting one too at thin ' 1 time of the year when there are ft so many little thing's around to ' bo touched up. ltlg thing too ;t 'cause wo can sell you enough I paint to cover your whole house ? " Inside or outside and barn too. r i Hut wc,ll sell you as little as you 4 want Justj enough to touch up a i. chair or a bench. " We'll sell you paint that won't if peel or crack, the first time the v hot sun strikes It. I There's a liig.assortincnt here, most I any color you could fancy, and K some over. i Come In and get a color card and I let.s talk paint a little. Trices run from 20 cents to $2.00 I Of course we have brushes of all f kinds. I R1TER BROS, DRUG CO, , I I Do you expect to do ", any Papering this Spring? ( I If you do you will make the mistake of your lives by making your selection without; seeing the most elaborate line lobe found In Logan, carried by GARDON, BURNHAM,...

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 May 1903

ITaHE LOGAN REPUBLICAN I TWICE- A - W E E K H V0L LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903. " 056 H COUNCIL DOINGS B New Sidewalks Ordered. City Re H districted. New Streets Opened. 1 Tlie City Council met Wednesday m night and attended to a large amount M of business. 1 N. W. Crookstan petitioned that M the action of the committee on claims H of disposing of his claim for damages H -atsAalncd by his son through neg 1 enco of the city, be reconsidered, H which was allowed. H A. F. Cardon petitioned the city to H appropriate for the purchase of H souvenir books of the city. It was H referred to the committee on finance. H J. R. Edwards petitioned to be H allowed to pile building material on H the street in front of his new building H on Main. It was granted. Ho also H asked an investigation of whether a H billiard hall would be allowed In Ills H proposed building. It was referred to H the committee on municipal laws with H the city attorney. H Mauritz Maurltzen petitioned to be...

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 May 1903

I I, . THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAII, MAY 8,1003. . i ' .t . OLD G011H0N GltAHAM. ft' , GIVES GOOD ADVICE TO HI3 SON Kfc AT HARVARD. f vi Vlewsof a "Self-Made Merchant" on p" the Value of Edusatlon Tho , K- Really Important Part of a Colleye K y? Tralnlno to a Young Man. L K k ncar I'li'rrcpont: Your Ma got m l'nc, pnfo "l's "10rn,n? nml B'10 wnnls A kV ' mc to 1)0 biiiu and tell j'ou not to R over-study, mid I want to toll you to W W' bo Hiiro not In understudy. Whnt 55? K vo'ro renll sending you to llarvnrd R K for is to kpI n Httlo of tho education f'W tliat's bo p 'd and plenty tliero. y jj When It's p sod nround you don't p ' vnnt to lio i .ishful, but reach light a' B out and tnUo a big helping cvory tlmo, K for I want you to got your share. h W t You'll find that education's about tho p ' only thing llng nround looso In this IB world, nnd that It's about tho only W thing n follow can havo ns much of '. ns ho's willing to haul nwny. Livery- W' thing elso is screwed down t...

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 May 1903

TIIE REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 8, 1003. 'H y ."-. F REE ! I I To All Otst Subscribers I & I I MM EH I Salt Lake City, Utah I i - li" ' -'" ' ' ' :--' .-- - ' ', I '- v ' ? $ "'4 ,' ' V ' '''' ' -" I I t C During the next SIXTY DAYS S i & - '" (r- . ,, ..v'p we willgive THE Twice.a week REPUBLICAN and the weekly Intermountain Farmer f' f I ' ' -''W -' ''"'II Both One Year for the Single subscription Price $2.50 I ;l When Paid In Advance I ' ' I , - v -1 u ijBhB

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 May 1903

i TIIE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, MAY 8, 1903. . H The Logan Republican fc. f LOGAN, CAC1IH COUNTY, UTAH. I '' MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER ft (LK8SKIW.) Kv Olllclnl Republican Organ of Cache Kff County, Utah. KS ..I. i .i flp Of, by and for the Republican party Wf, first, last and always. tsk Hi ,, An Ohio man purchased a cemetery wl,' ' lot and a tombstone, arranged with ifcfBfc an undertaker to bury him and then Br committed suicide. This was much OJhS more thought fill and considerate than Maray the average suicide, who usually tires Sfw away and leaves his friends to clean tiB&K u,) tlie nu'ss- iiK,K, Ills said that the new caloric sub- . stance known as radium will gic B,y..- forth heat Indefinitely without losing pHKL weight; but, as It costs upwaid of 'Sft. $1,000,001)11 pound, It Is not likely to fB-jE''' come vcuy peedlly Into general use. yfy Possibly the coal combine has cornered pf it and sent the price up In older to fes keep It out of the maikct as a rival to...

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 May 1903

, THE LOGAN REPURCAN, LOOAN UTAH, MAY 8, 1003, "'-11 IT'S HANDY, AND THAT'S WHY The Merrll HanyJJPagon is the Handiest tiling von oversaw. EVERYRODY NEEDS ONE. They arc STRONG ANJnURAHI,E and are Handy, too. Ask F??lRl1VuH1')1,CI)on'fcforBctt,0 P'nce U buy the OLD BELlAfiLEIOLlNri'LOWS. If you don't have attollnc Disc Plow you arjf loslnchalf your life. For prices and circular write to (William Merrill RICHMOND, j s jt UTAH I C. C. JENSEN i.. ..I i. , ,.. i -.... ...- .,,. -.... . .,. . . i f Wagon and Carriage Repairing ofthe very best kind done on Sho t Notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed. REASONABLE CHARGES always. Adjoining John Lundbcrg's blacksmith shop and Jacobsen thchrfrcshoer, South Main Street. Don't fall to call on me when nocdlnlrwork In In my line. You will be treated squarely. THE OLD PIONEER BLACKSMITH John P. Ltmdberg IS STILL AT THE OLD STAND ON SOUTH MAIN ST. All work Guaranteed, and done ou Short Notice. You can't afford to pass by when prices and nualityf work are c...

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. — 8 May 1903

fi4 ... . '" MWBBHIimBHBBBBBIMBIiW I THE REPUHLIOAN, LOGAN, MAY 8, 1003. ITho man who Insists that tho world owes him a living Is usually a very poor eollcrtor! As time goes on apaco ho Is apt to bo found In tho front par lor of n livery stable playing checkers with others of tho world's creditors, whllo his faithful wlfo Is busily en gaged In collecting his Just dues by chnslng miscellaneous under brooches up and down tho family washboard! ' Tho man who has a living coming to him from this woild Is frequently out , of chewing tobacco and fish hooks. Ho Is apt to bo ono of thoso town pruno grnbbers who never pass a grocer's display without taking an applo or a handful of raisins, who Is always on hnnd at a church soclablo and was never known to miss n freo sugaring- off or a political roast-ox function, since tho day tho world first becamo Indebted to him. If Illness icps him at homo from an Invitation to dlno out, ho recovers slowly and considers tho feed a dond loss, and a mean di...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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