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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

d d d t d j t tf iT TTT TL > r Y < T < fTCC I I 0 The Examiner isthe OnlyNewspaper in Ogden Printing the News It Plays No Favorites THE POWER wielded In advertising 1 t1 ior1Itnb tf xamtittr The WITHOUT Examiner PREJUDICE presents full Is a the press lfJ of j b t t n y fiml C t Associated vertising as well ns editorially cgbcn IJ o n I Press report and nil I I news orO J Utilize thc jour thai buslncas power now ambitions tc fur g NO II j tb the real paper Ogdcn of nnd Northern Utah Utah It h 1 And Successors to THE DAIItf STATE JOURNAL VOL VIL NO 70 OGDEN TAR SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH HREMEN MAY L Uft WORK Situation More Critical and Rail roads of West May be Tied Up H STRIKE THREATENS TO AFFECT OGDEN Confcrcncc Between Trainmen nnd Managers at Chicago Result Will Be Known In 43 Hours Chicago March 12Adml610ns were made on both sides tonight Hint the controversy between 30000 fire men operating on 150000 miles of rail read west northwest and southwest of...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

= I k r J J 4 j i r I 3 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDfrf OTAH SDUTOAY WAHOH 13 1910 4 GOSSIP OF THE T KERCHEVAl MEETS WITH DEFEAT Campaigners Loss of Race Pro vides Feature of Card Tampa I I I Tampa Fin March 12The defeat I of tho campaigner Kerchcval was the I feature of today excellent card Sir 1 t J Clogs fihowed a remarkable reversal of form by winning by five lengths Summary i First race threo furlongsGrangQr Twlse won Blrthad second M Dopres I third Tlmo 3S Second race five furlongs Cottoii Tall won Michael Beck second Colo nel Austin third Time 10515 Third race five and a half furlongs Groenlawn won Emincla seconds I Nattlc Bumppo third Time 111 Fourth erace six furlongs BI1II ii HIggB won Fundamental second r Ormuse third Time 117 11 I Fifth race seven furlongs Sir lif Clegs won Korcheval second Judge r Henderson third Time 13125 d Sixth race mile and seventy yards i Cobmosa won Danvegan second IIi Alaudu third Time 162 45 I BUTU MARKSMEN i SCORE VICTORY I I I New England Crack...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

0 < iI < Xt < U t 7 t 00 < 7 ti rrs f T < 1 < V e I 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 Thin I MINING NEWS STOCK MARKET 1 fEElS iNHRfST Weeks Trading on Mining L Exchange Closes With More Activity I Salt Lake March 12There was manifestly greater Interest In the lo I cal stock situation this morning when the call wound up the trading for the week at 11 oclock There was no marked change in prlceB yet there vas lively bidding at times which sug Rested that some real orders were coming In The TIntlcs ngan occupied the cen Tor of the nLe with Colorado and roil DIossom boing the strong Issues Sioux dealt out a number of shares nt 3S cents flat and for the Hrst time In sovoral weeks the interest in these hares appeared lo be lagging It Is claimed that there arc practically no short Interests III his proposition in the local field and for once It will bo allowed to float on Its own merit Unless the company can show a good earning during the next thirty days...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

t 1 JeV usf 1 I k 1 J V ro f i 4 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1010 i to Your Credit I is Good r THE MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT CO Harry Reinshriber Mgr 366 24th Street OGDEN BRIEFS I MINDERS POTTER CAFE White male help only A R Bowcn of Bvanstone Wyo ming manager of the Luna theater was an Ogden visitor during the week Ho visited the theaters here Mrs II Gray formerly with L Grlx is with the Stafford Millinery Co over Wrights where she will be pleased to have her friends call I Delayed U PThe breaking of a wheel on an oil tank car at Morgan early this morning delayed trains on I the Union Pacific for about four hours today Got anything to sell Advertise it f 1n The Examiner want ads i Mrs Frank Gunnell of Evanston Wyoming has been visiting in Ogden f during the week the guest of her sis ter Mrs S J Van Ness LABEL SAYS WARDS GOOD BREAD En Route East Clifford W Brokaw and party in tho private car May flower en ruote cast from the north I west will pass through Ogden t...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

J 1fP 0 7 v rt T7TTT m < < i r r 7 i 1 r T r = OGDEN MORNING EXAMINERLOGDENtJTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 II 1 IISUFfERED MANY YEARS RELIEVED BY PERUL l f C r i > Hi 4 11 Yl > Iw Zz zM i FJWft t > f fls p M1 f 71 f 7 = v ii < i e ifS < = < J < x tlfi P f ft1ifiJt I > 1I l li j > < I J wJlp i f > 1 < > ifJM it fjj lriI I < = lif r it J W ifti fj < ofi < r < > t < W r MlJJkr I 4A jJfP i T 41 j j fl W i 7j Piz < o x > < > W < j < < ih lfJrt 1 t A f > i I if < tj j rf 1 fjI < < fJI Ii j f < = J N 1 vJ Hf > t f f i < p 1 c mv = > < < f > < > if c riii r iS A j > ft h > = dJ 6ri iiiff t 1 0 Mf 1Nlfifh rii1 l flhtnfiJ > 3 M j i 4 11 f coW t g i p 1 C k < r W1W < ffiWf i ftflj I l f 4 > tt < l > XfJj Jj e jjJ1 > > d t < > W H > i tif > w t < 1 v ffiW I > ij z > I i IIill41 JWffi yJ 1 i W r tI n m > I r wlllf1 = = < &g...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

1 y 7l1it < J 11 N C FT 1 1 c d T t J itt t < J T 11 I I U OGDEN WORKING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAROH 13 1910 PLAIN CITY IS AvJo DAVE A BOOST A rousing mass meeting was hold Friday night In Plain City to organize a Boosters club mid If half of the good things said about lie future of I the City of the Plains come true i Plain City is to lie congratulated While listening to the orators pic ture the fair city of the future one 1 felt as though he had been transport ed Into a region of delights where the paths are all strewn with flowers and the darkest clouds have a silver lining Judging by the strong committee of young men selected to head this ag gregation of boosters one should not be surprised if nil these things come true The committeemen are lames M Thomas C E Palmer Charles Skeen Henry T Maw and P M Folk 1 man I II NEWS NOTES OF I i WEBER ACADEMY l Last Wednesday was a red letter day in the history of the academy Governor Spry was the guest of the Institution One of t...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

1 T7 rrt If cr WTJ I i a OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 1 < l 1 1 c pTil1 liJ w h = t i GSM > rd Q J l 1 1 0 IF A MAN u = = cc I r I > i Can preach a better sermon write a better book I jit or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor o I J though he build his house in the woods the world will make a beaten path to his doorEmerson Y I I re Good dressers and judges of i fine woolens and I st an stylish cuts 3e find their way to I r Peter Anderson Tailoring Co I I I 2478 Grant Avenue I I 1q C li Would Bust Meat Cul J Trust With Oy iers A 3 t Spokane Wash Mar C Refer sta tion Irrigation reclamation dry farm i ing and other roattern of Importance t l to the development of the Pacific L e Northwest hnvo been cast aside for t the nonce by State Senator Harry 8 Ilosonhaupt of Spokane who would bust the moat trust by feeding i > the people on fresh bivalves produced i j at bargain counter prices on the na I Ira tural oyster beds owned by tho stale of Wash...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

1 i I w r F > < i < ir 1 lC I 8 > t J s u r j OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 I rt r A1 y 0 L V 1 J J l A A I Everyone I who saves should have a Bank Account because it helps him save more and yields an income Also those who have not been saving in the past should have one as it will encourage the wise use of money Start it now 4 per cent Interest Paid on Saving Accounts Capital 10000000 t Surplus and Profits 10000000 it Ii I AVIATOR HURT I If ACCIDENT t I 1 Charles K Hamilton Gets Worst of it in flight at I Seattle I Seattle Wash March 12 = Charles K Hamilton tho aviator was injured while giving exhibition at the Mea I I dows this afternoon by the capsizing j of his Cujtlss biplane which fell wth j him whllbfhe was executing a fancy I mancuvre Hninllton IB at a hospi tal suffering from shuck and com L plains of a violent pain In the head but no bones were broken r As the closing feature of a highly successful exhibition in which he had 11 circled ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

fi c r i Pfc < l i1 < i1r F The Examiner is the Only Newspaper in Ogden Printing the News It Plays No Favorites < Editoria alndIQT l bCII 1 r t f v P > Page S Nine 1 4 r 1t IT l i nO Dramat e cSec I < g U II y U r lg r Xa1fltfltr II to Twelve AIrrd Successors to TliE DAILY STATE JOURNAL VOL VIINO 70 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 I PRICE G5 riTTJIPO PER nit rvrrnn 7 aa Martin Beck Promises Prize for Playlets Martin Back general manager of the Orphoum circuit and promoter of the newly organized Into national cir cuit announced a unique contest yes terday by which he says he expects to procure the best oneact play ever written for the coming actors fund fair Unlike the other contests this pros vde1 for two toRt First the six most promising plays will be selected from those submitted These will then be produced at tho fair by Mi Pck the entire proceeds going to charity After all have been prcceiU ed he will award a prize of 230 to the author of tho play voted most succe...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

0 rT r n j r C J 1 = T to r OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 d10O alT it T Sirs AV W nfo has relumed from Salt Lake where nne bos been visit ing during the past fivo vccks The two eons of W C Carver Byron and Ivan were surprised by a merry crowdof young people on Wed nesday evening OiiJWtednesday evening Mr and Mrs Wm Rhead entertained a few of I their friends In honor of Mrs Mayo Wetzcl ot Salt Lake Following tho diversion of the evening a delicious I luncheon was served by the charming j I I and I hostosn Tho guests were Mr I i Mrs J C Carver Mr and Mrs W A k 1 Kerr Mr aud Mm J L Robeon Miss I Rosabell Odcll and J B Carver t I Miss Ladle Drlggs returned last week from LO Angeles where she has I upont the past two months in the in terest of tho Drlggs Millinery corn i jinny Miss Drlggfl wag ono of the I delayed passengers who arrived on one of the dotourcd trains via the I Shasta route Mr A Girard Gumaor civil engineer in tho employ of the Southern Pacific com...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

V W4 r r m r 1 zr r I e r s OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 15 J x910 II 1rREA STAT AND BUSINESS ACTIVITY I ft 111 t1REE GREAT THINGS NEEDED IN THIS CITY th I I C H Eujssey of Leading Firm Explains Ideas of Importance to the Dovelopment of Ogdens I I N n 1 v Importance sftS I tI Three things which would add to ni1 Ogdenn Importanco and develop u ment said C II Hussey of the This coyWoods Realty company aro 1 An Institution which would help tho real estate dealers to do huslness In dealing with those who arc not i financially able to pay tho customary onehalf down nndat the same Limo ade assist tho workingmen of tho city to secure homes for themselves C C In this way business would bo rt stimulated and the public served for a reasonable first payment with monthly Installments thereafter I cOn hIor that there Is a wonderful op t portunity In Ogden for a strong loan nnd trust company who would deal LI justly with tho public Tho banks arc doing what they al con but of nec...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 13 March 1910

u n J i PAGE TWELVEi < IJgben morning xarninr SUNDAY MARCH 13 1910 f i I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR B R BOWMAN GENERAL MANAGER CHARLES w MEIGHAN MANAGING EDITOR F W HENKEL Tribune Bulldlnci Chicago Ifl Eastern Representative TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IX ADVANCE Daily and Sunday one mouth ewa65c Daily and Sunday six months 75 Daily and Sunday one year 7013 Sunday Examiner one year 200 Daily Examiner by mail three months in advance 150 Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former us well as present address Subscriptions in all cases arc payable in advance Full Associated Press Service Seven Days a Weak l lI THE WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Fair weather and mild temper < ature Sunday and Monday New Figures Show Inequality of Taxes 1 In a communication received from one of the many citizens who I believes with The Examiner that equalization is the first require ment of Ogdeu additional figures showing in convincing manner j the inequality of the p...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

f F FT ar < Wf C < f F C = n V r i The Examiner is the Only Newspaper in Ogden Printing the News It Plays No Favorites I e 5i to jrtsfoff 7 dt p 9 vcrtfsinn of tho press THE as well la POWER wielded as editorially In atl QD btn 1 Omtn QEXaLntncr The WITHOUT Examiner PREJUDICE presents full amtlttr Utilize that pocr HOW to fur g g X Associated Press report and all ther your business ambitions news the real of paper Ogden of sort Northern Utnh Utah It Is And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOVRNAL VOL VIINO 77 o OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH t Amid Wildest Scenes in American History I Cannon loses Power But Retains Seat I INSURGENTS 1 r IN CONTROl t Speaker Removed From Rules Committee But Defiance Turns Tide in Favor t SCENES 651 DISORDER MARK DAYS EVENTS I I t Attempt to Dethrone Alleged I White Czar Meets With Complete Rebuff ANCIENT PRESTIGE IS WRESTED FROM HIM Stoical and Collected Speaker Re fuges to Recign and Supporters I Give Vote of confidence ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

t O H y I 7 I l 2 v OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 L f f r < r 1 SX SSS OJ < 1 01 < l iT r t I l GREATEST OF ALL TONICS BECAUSE GREATEST OF ALL BLOOD PURIFIERS Any system that needs a tonic needs also a blood purifier for it is weakened and impure condition of circulation that is responsible for the rundown state of health We have only to recognize the importance of pure rich blood in preserving health to realize the danger of a weakened or impure circulation The great majority of persons ire rapidly coming to understand the importance of preventing disease rlwy know that a poorly nourished system cannot resist germs and I microbes and that n tonic which purifies and enriches the blood will often yard off a serious spell of illness later on That Spring is the most trying season on the health is a fact well known to every one It is the time of year when our constitutions are required to stand the greatest strain and unless the system receives tfia pro...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

r7 t G r r n r IL9 d Y7 I r Lt I I I rTF OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 3 ACCEPTS PlANS FOR NEW SCHOOl County Board of Education Pre pares to Expend 10000 on Structure AI the meeting of the county board of education Saturday the plans for the new school house for Eden were cccepted and bids for the con struction of the house will he con bldercd at the next regular meeting The architects having In hand plans for the Pleasant View school house wore advised to proceed Immediately with the perfecting of the pans that tho building may be begun at an early date The buildings will cost about 10 000 each nnd will bo modern In every respect Superintendent Eggertson of the county schools met yesterday after noon with nil tho Janitors of the cuun tr school house The object Is lo ad I vise with the Janitors regarding tho I manner of looking after tho buildings and also to enlist the aId of the jani tors to raise the morals of the schools to the highest posslblo standard ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

0 icgaii u L I J l 1 J J O I r n I 1 1 j 1R 4 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 I a d d I I 0 JI 0 Ir = = Ii > lib = 119 1 S I a I i ors 1 m I r S 1 e i I 1 H I i II FT e w i I YJR f 1 E I I 14 1 1 Liii WMWRML Z Z i l t j m i f I i ITY I I I I RI f That this Sale i Anniversary might be an entire success I IIl = t h ousan d S 0 f articles of Spring and Summer Merchandise all are cases offered the at items cheapened are taken prices from And the in HI new j l r stocksfashionable merchandise which is just now arriving li There is no sale in the history of a years business at this store which offers similar advantages most large sales are held at seasons when tag j ends and old stocks are to be disposed ofwe direct your attention to the offerings here mentioned please note their newness I ToileS 6co s 3 MusHra SiieeSs 335 Following Well known 50 cent Among the offerings In the White Lace Cwraain SpecflaSs Covers Portiers Efic Yndfta ILiinea Hosiery Special Bed Sp...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

rn < iI tfr J7n Ir t < i n 1 2 tIf t C lf t r r < 9 < 1 r OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 mi r jll IILL a lQJil 1 I IIJ I I p d J U 1 N w T I r v exae J PO I r may = J f Y L IM II = C IIJ = = = r = rc = = = = l I nr > t e = = fE = tW R 1 N I t 1 fes 4 J = = = = = 8I Ij rat WfORI V r 0 rl l r r I mU 7 1 t 1I y 4 I 1 I JII7 > rr r t t I n r I Q1 V6 rr 1 rr I I n f I ti y = s t VJI n vl M I r J v t Fi ti 5rw 5 jJi1 h I y l I l I n t I f I I 1 I II I 1 t i I m ti I M < 1 1 > > t 1 I 11 I s r t II t I t I I p a ti 1 I I I I I i I II rklbEill I FI 1m I r 1 UI VII e c II yuouJ IC mmr rrrrrn rrr r rrn I J L Jh 1 I rll E I om = 7 = = J t 7 m = W IM olt A4 r r w f fiJ a 1 I fi fU S t V 4 J fffRfo UI S i 1 I 1t A = u 4 f 4 F 1l rl B I r f UUV T l pjJ U1 f M < Ap r l I ib ft i J U w no J l i tw f J V i Jfi r l pi W f J t fi B r LL S Qf COME TO OUR IRTHDA ARTY I i Since we look upon the entire Ogden public as patrons of 1 the invitaton is exte...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

I v G OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 1 I J f i YOUR t Y et I 0 f u v t I EASTER IF 4 0 a i r j k c q k 1 t p c vt OUTFIT o tJ I ji II 7 o J IS PROBABLY WORRYING 1 0 flt YOU MORE THAN ANYTHING i o t ELSE IN THE WORLD RIGHT I I NOW I I i r J I Pcrhapa you havout the cash to buy ti and yet feel the need of a new tail f I 4 ored suit hat skIrt m waist Wo 9 A r are hero to help you Our install ment system Is to glvo you the ad I rl rr t1 trim vantage ot cash prices and iou pay I only a dollar a week Jusi Received a NewShiipment of Ladiie Suit Dresse SIirUs I f Waist aod Millinery 0 0 G 0 0 0 0 I I I ONLY SEVEN MORE DAYS TILL EASTER I OUR MENS DEPARTMEN Tin showing a splendid line of new est Spring Stilts just 1n None better to be found in the city and here you pay only a dollar a week The models nro the best the clothes are tho finest and the colorings arc all right for now I Just como In and make your selection YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 100 A WEEK OR 400 A MONTH j I 1 ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

Y J < Ii I < t I J < i f > T J o I f h7 I 1 I 1 < OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 mama r f I I r r j THEATRE a9TI PHONE 323 New Bill at RIme OrpR1leum Tonfighft Six Hea < 11H iIl1le A t I Amorican Debut of 0 VILMOS WESTONY The Celebrated Hungarian Pianoforte PhenomenonImitation of a Complete Orchestra on the Piano I CLAUDE AND FANNIE USHER Playing Their Now Slang Classic II F Pagans Decision I JAMES HARRIGAN The Tramp Juggler MILDRED MORRIS And Company in The Making of a Man f I KRONEMAN BROTHERS i of European Grotesque Equilibrists COOK AND STEVENS No Cheokee No Wash ce ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURESLATEST NOVELTIES ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA I Prices Night lOc 25c and 60c Matinees lOc 15c and 25c JLo e n JRrri < 2lf I Leslie West departed last week for Chicago tp study engraving and de I signing For sonic limo ho has been employed Co at Ihc store of JS Lewis Olarenco E Salter formerly with Kuhn Modern Clothes Shop for two and a half years Is now with Frod 3I...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 March 1910

r i hrimmiir r T C < < J Tri wO i its 1 i i l III i s u c OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 1910 r 1 PROMiNENT ODD fEllOW SAVEl FROM CATARRH 9 CURED BY PEaRUQNh i < iti r I i 1 3 r4c h I f + X I I > WmM t I p i > j x S J I x M I sfeJt aigeyx arf i I i L e I i I I I k I Mr Ocorgc 4 Parrott fc fcAXyg yamfofl s Cvfr jj wjwvkiCfcWrfv y Member of the Noble Grand Lodge No 135Independent Order Odd Fellows Glcncoc Ontario A NEGLECTED COUGHDANGEROUS CATARRH FOLLOWED I have been using Peruna for some time for a cough and catarrh of tho throat with very satisfactory results Having neglected the cough catarrh developed and my physi cians said I was threatened with catarrh of the stomach My breath was very offensive and I was troubled with nausea Less than two bottles of Per mm cured meolr Gco Parrott I I Had Dyspepsia 25 Years Mr Sidney Wesscls Mcrrlttnii 1 Ont Canada writes I J I have boon troubled with uys jicpsia and Indigestion for twenty I years during which ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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