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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 26 September 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, SEPT 21, U03, ffl H ! A il Thatcher Optra House R4 u. & G. Thatcher, Mgrs. I " TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, H The sparkling Farce Comedy I Where I is I Cobbs H by Louis Eagan. H Jt'sto Laugh and you T)o Laugh. N A Roaring Comedy Filled to the lirlni with Specialties of the Jirlghest Kind. jHF Sure cure for Blues I Don't Miss it you'll do sorry. I Prices: I 35c : : coc : : 7Cc : ; $1.00 I H One person tells another H of the magnificent H line of I WALLPAPERS H we arc showing. This IjjH is why wc sell so much. I Drop In and Look it Over. 'Tls no trouble to show H you through the sam- IjH pies. 600 to select from. H Everything new. I WILKINSON & SON. H Opp. Fostofllce. I (Well's Studio H FOR I Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. . . JOSEPH TARBET . . H The Plumber, at the Con B 1 old stand --PSUMBINGWOR- - H Done on short notice, with satisfact ion guaranteed .... EXCURSION to Salt Lake City H via I Oregon Short Line B Account Conference, Oct. 4th...

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. — 26 September 1903

Wv IbbbIIF " L Ml I 'SI , r9jf " 3KJ7 , ' TfT"Jl. jtty'"'iw w MBl,3rrTBBBBIMBBBBEflBBBBBsi II For the Individual II 1796 S 1872 3 1952 H If a fill AsZ?' "'vA m i $ 5 II hi A R C A D E )5) It Vs'NDEXb7 fif H: WHERE OTHERS GIVE UP IS HH JUST WHERE WE GET OUR flBI Jm SECOND DREATH. J Bfr THIS ACCURACY REVIEW. III DEPARTMENT KBigf f for co-operation in information to reduce tHtti mutually expentlce mlitalei. It i$ for tnechan- flKjjr leal, commercial anil profeulonal people; the Wgfg . employer, employe and cuttomer; anH contliti BBIb ' of extract! taken by perrnltelon from the copy WMC ' rlghtedtetteri.thelecturei.notebooliandhbrariei BjjjK ! of Dr. Karl it. J'ratt. When you lecure on any liB ' " tubject an idea perionally uteful to you, and HTIJ , you wlih-to glee it to Mm, addreti him in care HUB of The John Crerar Library, Starihall Field iHjII l BulldlngChlcago. lie it hunting the whole world tlHIE I over for information of every day un to you, BU1 find he regreli hit inability, pe...

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. — 26 September 1903

I HER DRESS. ! BsHi Take up the picture: gaze ' HJ j7 n whnt 8no U8M l wr B; RSb ' In '00"hi olden days fS) BB My See how the fixed her hair. Yrwi flsl Vi&i Tho lh,n8s Bne wears to-day , ft&S-i Bb K W'Sr Long hence may make men smll. VpTpJ Hi St A year from now we may rf BH II Laugh at this summer's style. II HI M Take up the picture seel V I And yet your father swore J 1 A fond ndellty I BJ I In spite of what she wore. I m H Ah. lovely ones, I guess Bfl jMfe 'Twns Qod that made you fair, jfltft H m And not the foolish dress KB "" The world has made you wear. " BE New York Herald. I THE STUDENT'S STORY, I 1 11V WN, W. REKVKS. I I I Copyrighted, M03, by Tht Authon PuilUMng Company I I H "It makes mo nervous to think ot H It," said tho old druggist, as wo gath k A r ered around tho cheerful flro ono win- BBS ter evening. "Yes, It was a closo call. BBB "I was ambitious those days, and 1 TK determined beforo leaving tho unlvcr- H slty to mako a mark for myself In tho H field of ...

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. — 26 September 1903

WEfctfeJjrrir;1", '. . "yui , - . . . . m.. ..a - u. OUI'ih ij mwm n in Tir -jnit ' t -inpmn "iri 1 ' IHilll iriT " -r-gnMmmMmm lBrByi!!"" ' .... "" --. H 10 TIIR LOOAN REPUHLIOAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT. 20, 1003. I 'JIJ ! I III! I " K ' 1 You can get it at Riter's. kl wmammmmmwmmmmmmmwmm vk ! Now comes the time for H B" Autumn coughs and colds. We've BgJH something hero tlmt will stop BFffl the cough and euro tho cold. m 1, If you Just have a cough Kg I - come and get a bottle of our H f famous Hock and Hyc, made from Bi pure liock Candy and the best Hl; ' Hye Whiskey, lfiouhavca W K cold, too, we'd lecommcnd K M llromo Lav, the new cold cure, H without Calomel or Quinine or Hi other Injurious drugs. if R1TER BROS, DRUG GO. j 'ft Logan, Utah, Franklin, Pieston Ki 1 and Montpcllcr, Idaho. B i IN Local Jottings. jl 171 cents per down paid for eggs at ' II. O. llnj ball's. UR; Ulshop Durfee, of Heaver Dam, was Bffi seen In Logan on Wednesday. WM i Cheap sale at Mrs. T. I). Hobcits' to nil...

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. — 30 September 1903

I rg T W I C E - A - W E E K H I V0L' LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1903, " N0 96 H I SOCIALISTS I , HOLD MEETING I At Court House Mon- I day Night. I A Mr. Gilbert of Spo- kane, Talks. H Tlic Socialist meeting at tlio Court H House Monday evening was attended H by exactly 67 ladles and gentlemen, H and Judge Goodwin. We mention H the Judge separately because lie seems H to be the prime mover in local Social- H istic affairs and at the meeting echoed H the remarks of the speaker with such H frequency and foice that he easily counted for four. B At 8 o'cIock the time set for the B meeting, there wero hardly more than M ascoic present, and the speaker ab- M sent with the rest. Judge Goodwin m occupied the table inside the railing m as a sort of preliminary and In an M undertone discussed the' difficulty the m Socialists arc having in getting on the mm ticket. So far as the State Is concern- H ed, they no longer have to petition to H get their candidates' names pl...

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. — 30 September 1903

EBBS5."jj!ill,lS" - .. . .M . FMflflflg'"'''''' '-jr-. .P '- REPUBLICAN. &B' iff, - I 1 ' tOOAN. ... UTAH it , PB ' , TTo man's lgnora'ice over prevontea mjj tilm from giving odvlco. yS ,J Happy tho man who hns a boy who K 'wants to bo taken t tho circus. At somo period of his career ovcry K man carries something In his pocket B'jy for luck. tl Mj Chaunccy Dopow Is living ovldonco Bit that mntrlmony Is not a euro for rheii- jr1 mutism. Iftf Great Britain will lmvo to send Its ' Jp young men to tnko a fow lessons In It, yacht-building. UtBU At no tlmo docs n mnn have a great- MB'" cr respect for womankind than when 9 his daughter gives him points on tho IM way to hold her baby. W VIco Consul MagelsBcn probably gl , never expectod to get hcadllnos that Ijll t, were half as big or black. Ml r If money ceased to bring ono tho fflj '' opplauso of ono's follows It would loso H . ono of Its chlofest attractions. V Recent portraits of Pltchor ltubo IH& iWuddoll seem to Justify tho a...

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. — 30 September 1903

INTERNATIONAL PHESS ASSOCIATION. I CIIAlTKR III (Continubh.i "I do not think," said Mr. Nicholson H ait lost, "that I am nn ungenerous fntli H . I have never grudged yon money H within reason, for any uvowabto pur H poke; you had Just to come to mo nnd speak. And now I nnd Hint you have H 'orKottcn all decency and nil natural H 'tiding, and actually pawned pawned H --your mother's watch. You must havo H had somo temptation; I will do you H tlio Justlco to supposo It was n strong H 'One, What did you do with this H money?" "I would rather not tell you, Blr" H -.said John. "It will only malio you H angry." H "I will not bo fenced with," cried his H father. "There must he an end of UIb- H Ingenuous answers. What did you H wnnt with this money?" H "To lend It to Houston, sir," says H ' John. H "I thought 1 had forbidden you to H speak to that young' man?" asked tho H father. H "yes, sir," said John; "but I only met ,. him." fft' "Where?" camo tho deadly question. 9 And "In a billiard ro...

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. — 30 September 1903

' I 1 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT 30. 1003. I I The Logan Republican lijf LOGAN, CAC1IK COUNTY, UTAH. ip MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISH ER It, (LK8SKK8.) W Official. Republican Organ of Cache H County, Utah. ; J jta Of, by and for the Republican party I w tlrst, last and always, k . . "Will D. R. Roberts. T. A. Thorcson i E and Mr. Rurrls please get off the J 1 earth? The Democratic organ seems j JL to think they have no right to exist MW any longer. M, Several years liave gone by since we Kjfc , left school, says a veteran editor, and Wf today it would be a pleasure to enter ! the school room and respond to the H roll call. Time alono will prove to )i the youth that his happiest hours aio ' j in childhood when care is unknown ( and the tioublcs of tills world no i larger than a mole hill. There Is no use In trying to convince a boy that such is tho case. We never believed It, and no man on earth could have convinced us. Excellence is the teacher that solves the problem and...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 30 September 1903

r i I Till: LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, SEPT .10, 1003, H IHHHBHBnnHHHBHHHHMHiinKMMniMMMHBHHBIHI 0RAND. Conference Sale! TO INDUCE THE PEOPLE OF CACHE VAL LEY TO TRADE IN LOGAN, AND TO SHOW YOU THAT WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY, wc Invite you to cail at our stores and examine the values In the CHOICEST AND CLEANEST LINE OF CLOTH ING AND SHOES In the city. To Induce you to rig up before you go toConfercnce, wc will forTEN DAYS ONLY, Hcglnnlng Wednesday, Sept. :t0, olTcr for spot cash the following great reductions. 20 per cent off on Men's Suits, Overcoats 20 per cent off on Boys' Suits, Overcoats J 5 per cent off on Men's Shoes J 5 per cent off on Ladies' and boys shose r Dunbar,Robinson&Co Two Big Stores, Main and Center Sts. IHiI7 furnishes H I W GOLDl I Ojt'THE HIGHEST y standard ::::thisU H GOLD ONLVIS USEDH 1 Simmons i J Watch Chains H Q The only thing that 1 makes Simmons Chains H Q cheaper than solid gold I ones iB that they are gold Q Q filled. They look the same I I and wear...

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. — 30 September 1903

'IF' i LITERARY N0TE8. TJio October Century will havo som "Anocdotcs of Leschctlzky," told by nls sister-in-law, tho Comtcsso An goto Potockn. Tho stories deal with tho threo-ycar-oia Iail's playing a locked piano, incidents of his publlo dobut at nlno, his dancing with Fan- IThJ ny EllBlcr at twolvo, his early lm- S prosslotm of Liszt, and many Lclpslc. , . and St. Petersburg experiences. Tho i book, "Theodoro leschctlzky," will bo iX publlsbod In October. J I 1 Headers of I.csllo's Weekly each K j; fj week aro brought In touch with cur- M rent ovonts In all parts of tho globo, K tho topics of passing Interest being lu handled In a masterly manner. In ' , tho Issho of S,cptembor 10, appear portraits of tho flrBt national dclo B gates ltiBtructoil to voto for 1'rosldcnt 1 Roosovclt In 1904. Thoy aro Con Ejyj grossman II. W. I'almcr and Albert C. fln Liolsonrlng, chosen at Wllkcsbarru, KSt Pa., on August 11. fljwE Tho Soptcmbor Hovlow of Rovlows jj has a characteristic paper by Dr. f...

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. — 30 September 1903

COMMODORE NICHOLSON W s. Recommends Peru-na-Other Promln nt men Testify. ComCylore Somcrvllle KaJOlon, of the United Slates Navy, in a letter from 1837 R Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, says: " Your Peruna has been and Is bow used by so many of my friends and acqualnances as a sure cure tor catarrh that I am convinced of Us curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend It to all persons suffering from that compIalnt."S. Nicholson. United States Minister to Guatemala Endorses Pc-rtiHU. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, U. S. Minister to Guatemala, cx-member of Congress from Kentucky, in a letter from Washing ton, D. C, writes: "I am fully satisfied that your Peruna is on efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I and many of my friends have been bene fitted by its use." W. G. Hunter, M. D. Member of Congress From Virginia Writes. Hon. G. R. Brown, Martlnville, Va., ex-member of Congress Fifth District, SOth Congress, writes : "I cheerfully give my endorsement to your Peruna as a cure for catarrh...

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. — 30 September 1903

I THE LOGAN REl'UIJLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, SEPT. 30, 1003. J. FW ) . ... . -m , .. . . -- i i )H SI IT IS NO WONDER ij k!v that men smoke when 1! e tlicy see our line of smoker's By! supplies. Anybody would. HnTl f am f The tobaccos are of tlie i J finest var lety and of the most R , v" expensive cure. 3 j ,' The pipes give solid comfort jt to the old and young smokers. I J We won't mention our cigars, j; j especially, but smoke one of our l j leading brands and you will i I smoke no other J ! RITER BROS, DRUG CO, ... LOGAN, UTAH . . . Franklin, Preston and Montpcller. Thatcher Opera House H. & G. Thatcher, Mgis. j THURSDAY, OCT. I . Elmer Walters' j. Latest Sensation 1 II n J Millionaire ; Tramp A' T, The brighest nov- j ." elty of the yean IE ' II ; This production If will please all Iov- Kj' s ers of the sensa- 11) '- tional drama. T' BEETS! I, Beet Knives, j Beet Forks, I Beet Gloves B'1 , Coal Hods, Coal Scoops and Shovels, mk ' Chamber palls, and every description jn , of Galv...

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. — 3 October 1903

'HHJ g & T W I C E - A - W E E K- I ""VOL. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1903. NO 97 II THE MORMONS NOT A BAD SET Says the Wamego, Kan., Times. A whole Page De k, voted to Visit. Tlie value of the National Irriga tion Congress as an advertisement of the people and resources of Utah, Is ably demonstrated in "The Wamcgo, (Kan.) Times, edited by R. M. Chll cott, whose comment on Logan this paper took opportunity to mention some time ago. Mr. Chllcott was one of the Kansas delegation to the great Congress and while heic kept his eyes open for the sights and cars distended for informa tion. He attended some of the Ogden meetings and was also one of those who came to Logan on the excursion September 10. As a result of his visit, the entire front page of his Issue- of September 25th Is devoted to the things he saw and heard. lie tells of Salt Lake, Ogden,. Logan, Cache Val ley, the people he met, the schools, the land and Us value, the, prosperity of the people, ' giv...

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. — 3 October 1903

sssssw Iff G2 REPUBLICAN. I ' . E t tOOAN, ... UTAH, r UTAH STATE NEWS. i Smallpox haB broken out at Sallna, And the mission schools"havo been (Closed. MrB. Mary Snow of Tliurber City lias boon appointed cook at tho Fort Apacho Indian agency. William Burrows has been appoint ed regular and A. Spencer sub-rural froo delivery carrlor at Sandy. Tho county fair at I'arowan provod to bo a remarkably successful affair, tho exhibits being flno and tho attend nnco good. Thoro seems to bo no check In tho v typhoid epidemic In Salt Loko City, there being 100 cases at tho closing of tho week. Tho Socialists of Salt Lake City havo placed a ticket In tho field to bo voted on nt tho forthcoming mu nicipal election. A dlspntch from San Francisco says that iRnac Kussoll, a Salt Laker, has boon Relucted as toastmaster for tho Stanford I'ross club. Tho convention ot tho Stato Teach- rs' association has been changed iil'Mk rom October Cth, 7th and 8th to Oe- jja tobor Cth, 0th and 7th. I jj ' Mrs. Eli...

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. — 3 October 1903

I PREACH A NEW RELIGION. I 'fimin Missionaries Seek Converts In I New England. jlaaaLt It will doubtless startle ninny poo- -HPM. plo to loam that Persians, descend er , ants of Mohammedans, aru at work In I Mow England trying to mako converts. I And tho religious movoment which thoy rcoresont Is not only puroly Eastern but Persian, and In a senso Mohammedan, slnco It originated In a reform movement of Mohammedans. Now England has certainly reached an lntorentlng porlod In Its hlBtory when Persian monks of a religion that did not oxlst when tho Mayflower came to anchor thoro aro not only preaching but making converts. Tho now religion Is represented by ; Mlrza Abul Knzl, an eminent orlontal scholar, formerly a distinguished pro fessor In tho leading college of phi losophy and theology of Tchoran, f w aaixersSMA abbac. "-mstep Tersla, and Mlzra All Kult Kahn of the Royal Collego, Teheran, a scholarly young Persian who Is also educated In English, and who nets as Interpre ter to Mlrza...

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. — 3 October 1903

m THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, OCTOBER 3, 1003. I II The Logan Republican y i1 LOOAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH. Kit Eli P I MOORE & T.URNElt, PUBLISHER Hi f (lessees.) HKJb mi ' " ' ' ...I- Hi OMIclal Republican Organ of Cache HI County, Utah. Hg Of, by and for. the Republican paity II tlrst, last and always. I The under side of every cloud 1 1 Is bright and shining. t HI A nd so 1 turn my clouds about ! And always wear them inside out, i To see the lining. I F M James Whltcomb Riley. til . !f I Many young men have gone to the J bad trying to keep up with "good j l society." "What is the world going to do j I with Its multl-mllllonalies" cries W. T. Stead. That doesn't bother us C half as much as the question "what M is the multi-millionaires going to do 1 H witli the world." 3' m A few days ago, a clerk In the Gov ll jT eminent census department at Wash is I Ington tlirew an inkstand at what he re il supposed was an ordinary "pussycat." P l Instead, the animal proved to be of j...

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. — 3 October 1903

I THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, OCTOHER 3, 100.1, IsiH L jfTHEQeaoli I H TnTtl FURNISHES Q I 1 'III' GOLD I OF THE HIOHEStH STANDARD ..:: THIS U GOLD OMLV IS USEol H IK J U I IwatcliChainsI I H The only thing that I H makes Simmons Chains U Q cheaper than solid gold I ones is that thoy are gold Q Q filled. They look the same I and wear the same aa the Q Q best solid chains. m H "Don't lw alwnys asklmcsomj oin U t H for tliurlglit tlmo liavu n rullablo H Pfl H watch of your own. No nmttur Q Pfl II what your tastr, your ih-ciK your M U U prlco, wu oan butlify jou, II I Gardon Jewelry Go,, g I H Slirn o( thu Hltr Clock. Mi H One person tells another H of the magnificent line of I WALLPAPERS H we arc showing. This H Is why wc sell so much. I Drop In and Look it Over. U 'Tjs no trouble to show H you through the sam- U pics. fiOOtoscleetfrom. H Everything new. I WILKINSON & SON. H Opp. Postoftlco. I Odell's Studio I FOR f Photo's Successor to THOMAS' & ODELL. H - - ' j 1 Logan...

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 October 1903

- ill THOU ART GOD. iir 113ft, Thou art, O Clod, tho Ufa and light HIT Of all this wondrous world we see; HI Its slow by day, Its smile by night, (Tift- I Ara but reflection caught from The, v BfnW I Whre'r ws turn, thy siorlps shine. rim H3B 1 And all things fair and bright aro thins. v5 HB -, When Oar, with fartwell beam, delays V&i n I Among ina op'nlng clouds of Even, VI mf 1 sVl And we can almost think wo garo V HI II Through golden vision Into Heaven 1 HI U Those hues that make the sun's decline y.l J MM Ho soft, so radiant, Lord I ara thine. BL UJW W When Night, with wings of starry gloom, WM Pliin. M O'crshadows all the earth and skies, Wg Vim Mw Like Home dark, beuutoous bird, whose n IwR f Is Hiuirkling with unnumbered eyes II It H I That sacred gloom, tlioso dreg divine, VlV fj f "V Bo grand, so countless, Lordl aro thine. TT J H Avll When youthful Spring around us brenthes (fC f IB, Ks7j Thy Hplrlt wnrms her fragrant sigh: 11' fit, 3TV And every flower tho Summer wre...

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 October 1903

I .if-1 f 1 cAMPrmc ll I At Dusk. H Karth-mother dear, I turn, at last, H A homesick child, to theet Tho twilight kIow la fading faaf, H And soon I shnll be free H To seek tho dwelling, dim and vast, H Whore thou awaltest tnt, J am so weary, mother dear! H Thy child, of dual race, H Who gazing past the starheams clear, H Bought the UndyltiK'a facel H Now I but ask to know thee near, H To feel thy large embrace! H Tranquil to lie against thy breast H Deep source of voiceless springs, Where hearts are healed, and wounds are H dressed, H And naught or sobs or sings; Against thy breast to lie at rest A life that folds Its wings, I Sometime I 'may for who can tell?" H Awake, no longer tired, H And see the fields of asphodel, H The drcamod-of, the desired, B And find the heights where lie doth dwell, H To whom my heart aspired! H And then but peace awalteth me H Thy peace: I feel It near, The hush, the voiceless mystery, The languor without fear! Enfold me close; I want but thcot HQ Out t...

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. — 3 October 1903

ft THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOOAN, UTAH, OCTOBKtt 3, '03- I I IT IS NO WONDER limb men smoke when tliey sec our lino of smoker's supplies. Anybody would. ,jl The tobaccos arc of the J finest variety and of tlic most 1 cxpenslocuic. The pipes give solid comfort I to the old and joiing smokcis. Wc won't mention ourclgais, especially, but smoke one of our lending bianils and )ou will smoke no other RITER BROS. DRUG GO. f ... LOOAN, UTAH . . . j Fianklln, Preston and Montpcller. Thatcher Opera House ' 11. & O. Thatcher, Mgrs. MONDAY, .OCTOBER 5th. Oct the habit 0 the Romantic Young Artor, S. Miller Kent In his now Mllltaiy Comedy Diama, f Capt Bob l By Edward E. Rose, adaptct of Rf .Janice Meredith, D.i Id llariim, tjr Alice of Old Vlncennes. Man- i itf agement Nathaniel Roth. L, S ' 4. Prices, Oalleiy, Itfc; Balcony, m f,0c nn(l,J5ci P'iuet 75c, $1, Sl.fiO iHr Hemcmber that vour seat cou- K pons represent a cliance In the I I uC - drawing for the beautiful $.tV) li H. piano. 9 f BEETS...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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