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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 November 1903

I JH HP The Paper that gives AH the News All the Time and The paper that has the Largest Circulation in Cache County, 11 TWICEAWEEK jIH ! i. ,. ral VOL.2 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1903. NO.I ' H - t. it ! E. W. ROBINSON MAYOR- 1 ELECT BY A HUNDRED 1 . f If fll The Republicans Get Everything on Ticket m That is Worth Having. m Ill Six Republican Councilmen T.H. SMITH, JOHN QUAYLE JOHN W. CRAWFORD. GEO. W. L1NDQUIST. ELI J. BELL. JAMES McNEIL. Democratic. K. M. HANSEN, II. E, HATCH WILLIAM EVANS. $4 IIEI1KU CARLISLE. Vote on General Offices. The Hrst name in each Instance is Republican, the Second, Democratic and the Third, Socialist. For Mayor, EDWARD W. ROBINSON. 1,011 IANTHON ANDERSON. !00 ALEXANDER LEWIS. SALT LAKE COUNCIL REPUBLICAN. Advices from Salt Lake this morning at 2:30 are to the effect tha all gcneralotllces go to tho Democrats, but that the council is Republican. Tammany to Rule New York. A special wire to The Rki'iuilicvx states that the Democra...

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. — 4 November 1903

1 f f I!, G. W. LINDQUIST, Undertaker. ' '1st North St. E ist ot Tithing Onioo , Whon In Hid capital city atop at the jfli Windsor Hotel, SALT LAKE CITY (J Ontrnlly Loci (ml South nf lOnyon Hotel, MM r, MalnBlrpct. Kiirnimn plan. Hales reason rjj) J able. Statu traclosolli'ltuil. jr.jj , Kilted OUC :ill(1 lip. I A. H. PALMER J The Plumber l I t 37 West, 1st North Street. If I GARDEN HOSE SPRINKLERS ; f etc. Just arrived from tho Factory, i 1 10 cents per foot and up. I Joseph E. Wilson Jr. I CONTRACTOR LS r and Dealer In Cement, Is prepared to iM contiact for sidewalk work, cellar and t ttablo lloois, and reservoirs. Call' at l- 128 South First East St. II James C. Walters, ll ATTORNEY-AT-LAW mIt , nrst Nationat nnnk Logan Utah ' Petersen and Sons fgj THE PAINTERS if'' House, Sign ami Carriage Painting. (& ft,- Shop: One BlocV- South of Thatch K r . ciV Hank 1 1 Oregon Short Line R. R. If t OAOLTE VALLEY TIME CARD. j No. 1L Dally. No. 15. Dally, Mixed j. Pocatollo, 2:45 pm... 2:...

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. — 4 November 1903

A PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER SAYS SHE OWES HER LIFE TO PERUNA. ' i 1 Mrs. Hattio La Fountain, Trcas. Protected Homo Circle and Catholic '', I Ladies of Ohio, writes from Gallon, O., as follows : S ! "After my first child was horn I suffered for several months with ; bearing down pains accompanied by dreadful headaches. I was afraid , my health was ruined for life, and felt very downcast about It. One day ' when a friend was visiting mo she told me of Pcruna and what It had I done for her when she suffered with Irregular menstruation. My husband ; I . procured a bottle the same evening and I bczan to take It daily according S I ; to directions. Before the tint bottc was used I was entirely well, and ,' i you certainly have one grateful woman's blessing. I lime also advised s ' my friends to use It." 5 ' J MRS. IIATTIB LA FOUNTAIN. Secretary Woman's Slate Federa tion Says; "Pc-ru-na Does More Than is Claimed for it." Mrs. Julia M. Drown, Secretary of the Woman's State Federation of Calif...

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. — 4 November 1903

I J THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, NOVEMHUR 4. 1P03 m The Logan Republican Hll j LOUAN, CACHE COUNTV, UTAH. II ? MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER (TiKSSKKS.) M . llfl' Oftlclal Republican Organ of Cache I County, Utah. Of, by nntl for tlio Republican party . llrst, last and always. m jlfj A Refutation, jKj ) ' The following appeared yesteitlay 'Mw In our Logan Special and wo now pre- W . sent It to our county readers In order I I j that c may not be Injuicd In a j linanclal way by the statemtnt that II J we arc not prepared to do all Kinds of l ! fl work acceptably. Tho Republican W I fljj sent none of Logan City's work away but It admits to sending to l'rovo for jl , j some of the Smlthllcld, Mlllvlllcand M ft Hy ruin work, for the icason that they II j oulcrcd It too late for anybody here to III do the woik. We sent It away at Mn S their request and would have done It 'ft M all here had the towns notified us In HI jl time as Logan City did. H M This plank has been a prominent 1 o...

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. — 4 November 1903

LOO AN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN UTAH, NOVEMI1EU 4, 1003, "H Say JHirw Docs This Strike Yoti? A Genuine Singer Sewing Machine at less than cost! TJIn order to make loom for two cai loads of machines now on the road, The Singer Sewing Machine Company will sell for cash, Flf teen Second-hand and Shop worn Diop-hcad Sewing Machines at a Discount of from Forty to Sixty- ! W five per cent. T rt TIAlso Ten Brand New, Box-lop Singers, regular pi Ice WO, for less than cost.to manufactme. Sale commences NOVEMBER NINE, and will continue for TEN DAYS. Vll machines fully guaranteed. THE SINGER MFG. COMPANY, 56 WEST riRST NORTH, LOGAN, UTAH. Look for the big red S Thatcher Opera House. THURSDAY, NOV. FIVE, The Modern Melo-Drama, V In a Women s Power. Prices, 35c, 50c and 75c. - Monday, Tuesday, and Wed nesday, Nov. 9th, 10th, Jlth. "The Jessie Shirley Company' In Trilby, A Modern Magdalen, and Nell Gwynne. PRICES, 35c, 50c, and 75c. - Elevator and Storage Go. 196 East South Street, LOGAN, Utah: Are now ...

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. — 4 November 1903

I & U REPUBLICAN. iK l!HS tOOAN, ... UTAH, h i UbE At least a husband Is a comparative- iK ly harmless hubby. gjffi' Tho most strlktiiB thine about Klp- WR 'lying's now batch of ioetry Is tho apos- Ktf trophc. tig : Tho year 1903 Isn't necessarily tin. wn jluclcy bocaiiBO tho digits, when added, MP imako 13. H I Tho American outfit that drovo w 1 Yellow Jack out of Cuba ought to bo jg lEl -shipped to Mexico. fj l Wagnor'H widow ought to suo tho ' 1 n European concert next. Tho music i U Bj sounds very Wagnerian. I Wa Moro embarrassment. A promlnont y society lady of New York has gono B Into tho hands of a receiver. if sjJ Cottages In tho jidlrondacks with oil jHl tho thrills thrown In should soil at ffcjj bargain rates just at present. I H When u man sees a woman fondling lS a pot dog, ho thinks ho 'is a regular n Solomon for remaining a bachelor. H9 Con Cnughlin ought not to' go hunt' K lng such big pnnio ns Hob Kltzaln.- Hi mons oven If this Is tho open season. Bj& Tho cza...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 November 1903

iii to The Logan Republican on December 19th. 1903 I I I H J . ( ; jfl Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure 1 9 fMil Costing Us Exactly $103.50. ffilJzSM. U Singer Sewing Machine fiS ' Very Fine mM I I Tho STUDEBAKER WAGON Is a 8100 farm XVjLy " " ?V wagon, with cover and every up-to-dato im- 5SsT Tho SUIT OF CLOTHES is at tho big cs- Hl provcmcntrccognlzcd as the best wagon for tabllshmcnt of Campbell & Morrell Co. You ffll &A the money on the market today. This wagon can havo cholce'of any $15.00 suit In tho house. ! r comes from the Logan Branch of tho great J u s"' I'bLH Studebakcr establishment, where may be found This SILVER MOUNTED TOILET SET ill very flnc-stock high-grade vehicles of every de- A-4 4-T-- T71f ' Is the prettiest thing you over looked at and H scrlption and a most courteous set of men to ixliQ LflC JT OllOWUlPt - may bo seen at the City Drug Store. It Is full HH deal with. value, liko everything else you get at thisstore. ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 4 November 1903

If i I ft H I' I i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, NOVEMBER 4. 1003. I I t , ------- I l : When RITER'S Label is on the ill Bottte H ) You know the contents arc puio ma i That's the standaid we,vc put H on our dings. Bvf Kl . That's tlic standard we've put on f our Wines and Liquors foi BJ Medicinal purposes. H Tliesamc caie In selecting them I : that Is exercised In selecting the I j Hi ugs tint goes Into ) our prescrlp- I' i ' tlons and wo know that pooi wines M 1 1 and llqnois will do)ou moic I haun than good. II ; Wc want the wines and Illinois j )ov take for medicinal purposes j to do joii as much good as the !piescilptlons we (ill for) on. Can ou wondei then wh) we say when ltitei's I.ilwl Is on the lablc The contents are pine. RITER BROS. DRUG CO, ! . . . LOGAN, UTAH . . . IS' Fi.inklin, Pieston and Moutpeller. j Sign Writ- 1 iny M The EXPERT sign wilter : W.J.Wallace will l emalu in Logan AND ! v WILL CALL ON ANY f OUTSIDE TOWNS when J notified by mall orotheiwlse. J I i ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 7 November 1903

The Paper that gives AH the News All the Time and The paper that has the Largest Circulation in Cache County. 11 e fxrgttti flejniMtcim I . TWICE-A-WEEK 7 IH VOL.2 LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1903. NO 2 IH JONATHAN BO WEN DEAD Was a Pioneer and Well Known. After an illness, lasting seeial weeks, Mr. Jonathan How en passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel U. Thatchei, Thursda morning at 5:30 o'clock. Mr. How on was one of tho earllei settlers in this valley, halng come here and settled at Piov ldence In 18C0. During his life licie he lias cndcaied himself to the hearts of many, who , r will regiet to hear of his death. Mr, Rowcn was sl.t-nlnc jeais of age and ls tho father of nine children, all of whom aie married. Ills family has al ways been. considered a most excellent one, ov ideme of the helpful w atchf ill ness bestowed by himself and a loving mother, who died about twelve cars ago. Mr. How en was a natie of Vei mont and possessed all the stcil...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 7 November 1903

IP I it ' ' li G. W. LINDQUIST, l&K , Undertaker. UK jg-ff 1st North St. Eistot Tithing Ofuoo 'illlJsM 'ills yflfi when In (ho capital city stop at the IB Windsor Hotel, Wff SALT LAKE CITY aD Ontrilly Looited. South of ICotiyon Hotel, Jjnw MalnHlroot. Ktiropoin plan, Kates reason- l blo. Stain trailOKulli'llml, mtm Rates OOc.'iiul up. mt l A. H. PALMER H The Plumber, I j i . ,. 37 West, 1st Notth Street. M$ GARDEN HOSE SPRINKLERS iPfl etc Just arrived from the Factory, tl w f 10 cents per foot and up. 1 i : I' Joseph E. Wilson Jr. I I CONTRACTOR I W end Dealer In Cement, Is prepared to 9 fg contract for sidewalk work, cellar and n gtablo floors, and reservoirs. Call at lm 128 South First Fast St. 1 j i s I- James C. Waltefs, li ATTORNEY-AT-L AW IH jtt Hjf ; rim NatuTnll Rank Logan Utah II Petersen and Sons II u TnE PAINTERS II ; - House, Sign and Carriage Painting. 11 , . Shop: One BlocV South of Thatch- IS , eiV Hank IS. Oregon Short Line R. R. I ' '"- ' CACHE VALLEY TIME CARD....

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 7 November 1903

I I THE BROKEN GOURTSHIf iV 1 v P Are sweet perfumes? Nay, beware! Or he mllW faiSC,iiI?T . I mnt1nnOne.r,?ora!poa, ' fcWSlSU ,-j. 1 ang of fear? Lest desire interpret wrongly, Ouell thv t,r,?JI .hi B earthi h" And thy trustful mtlsa be broken- Soul mav n leitlnn ' v.?.i!"'l'1 i, i -Herman Montague Donncr, In "English Lyrics o a Finnish Harp." I f SHARP O I I -i.., I By Carl Brant.. Y I fl CHANGES-Ay -o I .MOK. MK Incident which mnrks I )( rr k tbo befilnnl"B of tho pros- O I O cnt narrative occurred scv- I X 1 crnl ycnra nK" wucn tuo I tfOlr steamboat Ben Lewis ex- ploded In sight of Cnlro. She was, If I remember rightly, n St lonls and Memphis packet, wns on her I down trip, nnd wns rounding or cross- lng tho bar tit the mouth of the Ohio, When her boiler burst, nnd she wns n kilo, wreck. Mnny. people were killed out jBm right by tho explosion, others wero Mf1 drowned, others lingered in tcrrlblo torturo until death put nn end to their H sufferings, nnd others received severe cnhl...

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. — 7 November 1903

' l THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, NOVEMHER7, 1003 I I h ! i II .. The Logan Republican lW ' LOGAN, CACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. ( .. MOORE & TURNER, PURLISIIER " V, -l (lbsskks.) ; . . 7 .. Qfllclal Republican Organ of Cache 7 ., County, Utali. fj ' ' Jr ' 1 , , , Of, by and for the Republican party If ' i'-, .'l Ilrst, last and always. : The Logan Election. iv, Tlicrc arc none who arc not glad t ;, is all over. Ilotli Democrats and Re- '?!,. bublicans put up as strong light as ' ". ' . possible, and the Socialists, while not ' &- hoping to elect any of their men, ? ,- worked hard to make a good showing , 'jj' ' TIic Republicans weic generally suc- .' jt ecssful and considering the odds H L . v against them have exceptional reason I L for rejoicing. However, the" Dcmo- ( ft' ' crats gained two councllnien, City Attorney and .lustlce of the Peace,' .jf' and while they probably expected ( E more, made suillclcnt gains to furnish R . r cause for jubilation In their camp. j'' If th...

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. — 7 November 1903

I -; --- LOGAN REPUBLICAN'. LOGAN UTAH. NOVEMHER 7, 1003, H T a y I How Docs This Strike Yoti? I A Genuine I Singer I Sewing Machine I at less than cost ! I 1iln order to make loom for two carloads of machines now oil the I load, The Singer Sewing Machine Company will sell for cash, FIN I teen Second-hand and Shop worn Diop-head Sowing Machines at a I Discount of from MjjL Forty to Sixty- I" five per cent. I Also Ton Rrand New, Eox-top Singers, regular pi Ice $co, for less I than cost to manufactme. Sale commences NOVEMBER NINE, H and will continue for TEX DAYS. All machines fully guaranteed. I - THE SINGER MEG. COMPANY, 56 WEST riRST NORTH, LOGAN, UTAH. Look for the big red S Thatcher Opera House. Monday, Tuesday, and Wed nesday, Nov. 9th, 10th, Uth. "The Jessie Shirley Company" In Trilby, A Modern Magdalen, and Nell Gwynne. PRICES, 35c, 50c, and 75c. I Elevator and Storage Co. 196 East South Street, LOGAN, Utah: Aiu now prepared to handle I HAY, GRAIN AND SEED I and will pay the h...

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. — 7 November 1903

V I ft I IN U REPUBLICAN. If LOOAN. ... UTAH. UTAH STATE NEWS. Ki Fntlior Mlchclson, ono of tho oldest B J Bottlers of Parowan, In dead, after a U brief Illness. B' ' ' Fnlrvlow's enterprising citizens nro H ,' uniting to sccnro for tliemsolvcs an IS I electric light system. Thoro nro a number of cases of scar j ( let fovcr In Fnlrvlow, four families bo ll' Ing now under quarantine iflr - Tho nnnnal meeting of tho Congro M ' rational Association of Utah was held me, ',- In Salt Lako City last week. R It Is estimated that over half a wm t million pouus.sjAxjuga'T'Tuots nro bo U: t ing shipped dnlly from Sovlor county. D ' It Is claimed that thoro Is In tho H i vicinity of American Fork n deposit 'nt of nltro which Is tho largest In ex HE! lstcnco. B - It Is claimed that tho Utc Indians HI on tho Uintah reservation wero never JL In n moro prosperous nml happy con- SI;- dltlon than nt tho present tlnio. w, II. Hnrcli, a resident of Ogdcn, fell Sk under n train nt Wlnncmncca, Nov., f J'...

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. — 7 November 1903

I to The Logan Republican on December 19th, 1903 I I Estimate Number of Words on Front Page of The Republican and Secure J I ft -y This Brand New ftJBSIfrft ' ij t BhHw Studebaker Wagon! MS J I )l Costlnfl Us Exact,y $,03,5" ' SSflaL 1 I , Singer Sewing Machine DS1 Very Fine Sideboard 1 I A Description. WSifpi A Description. I I The STUDEBAKER WAGON Is a $100 farm JLsZr v jjfl , wagon, with cover and every up-to-dato im- 9Sfrer&, The SUIT OP CLOTHES Is at the biff c ! I . provement recognized as the best wagon for tablishrncnt of Campbell & Morrell Co. You JjH the money on the market today. This wagon .:-:-: can ,mvo c'lolco ol ay $15.00 suit In the house. tjfl comes from tho Logan Branch of the great ' , . qiTjVr MnmjTnn TOTT, a M W. M ' Studebaker establishment, where may be found i. 7 ? i i T. ' JM very fine stock high-grade vehicles of every de- A rA fU EVttfrmrJruv Uk P , l ?? T l0k t??6 "' M TJfK scrlptionand a most courteous set of men to AllO tlie V OllOWing: may be ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 7 November 1903

Bg"'ialg','Aiit'i'3E.':ii'1'''"11 ji''t''irsiii'''V' h r7r' """" asa " i 1 . THE LOGAN REPUHLIOAN, LOGAN, UTAH, NOVEMBER 7. lOO.I. ' 1 1 ! i - II it When RITER'S Label is on the m Bottle y K You know tlio contents iuc pure m M That's thcstandaid we,vc put . (ff on our chugs. I 'A That's the standard we've put on u k ; our Wines and Llquois for , I , Medicinal purposes. l '""! The same care In selecting them f 3L . that Is exercised In i selecting the i , 4 Drugs that goes Into oitr prcsci lp- f I " ,' , tlons and we know that poor wines if' and liquors will do jou moie j , J ' harm than good. f I I '' Wc want the wines and Illinois it ! V jovtakc foi medicinal purposes l i ; to do jou as much good as the V r' ''' prescriptions wc (III for 3 on. I ', Can ou wondci then why wc say 4i , when Ritcr's label Is on the lable , i The contents aic pure. 1 ft I RITER BROS. DRU6 GO. ... LOGAN, UTAH . . . !, I'ranklln, Preston and Montpellcr. ; The Logan Republican. ?j I.o(un, Caciik County. Ut...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 November 1903

L $0an ttipttbtimtt. I ! T W I C E - A - W E E K I VOL-2 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER JJ, 1903. NO 3 I A FARMERS' INSTITUTE Arranged for Several Outside Towns. I Schedule of dates and I towns found below. Hh The farmcis of this county liavo a f" treat in store for them In a scries or Institutes arranged by the faculty of the Agricultural College, and If they choose to take advantage of their op portunities along this line, will have the benefit of much valuable Informa tion disseminated In the delightful manner that comes natuial to the average piofessor at the big school on the hill. A.schedulo of dates, places, subjects, etc., has been prepared and the whole has been made as attractive and will cover as much ground in re gard to subjects discussed and place of discussion as is possible. Special ists in various lines of agriculture will go into instructive detail as to horti culture, stock-raising, irrigation, su gar beet growing, and many other phases of the farm...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 November 1903

I ..tl . 2jfl FW RPtRT LOUIS STEVI&itoOM. AJ-S ! INTERNATIONAL PnESS ASSOCIATION. i CHAPTER X fCoNTiNUita.! ' Thoro, In his fnllier'B room, at mid- night, tlio llro wns ro.irliiK and tho Ks blazing; tho papeis, the sacred papers j to lay n hand on which wns criminal I had nil boon tnkon off and piled atong tho lloor; n cloth was Bprcad, and a supper laid, upon the huslncirt table; and In his father's chair a woman,. 1 habited like a nun, sat eating. As ho appeared In tho door-way, the nun roso, gnvo a low cry, and stood staring. Sho was a large woman, strong, calm, a little masculine, her features marked with couragu and good fciisc; and na John blinked back at her, a faint re semblance dodged nbout his memory, as when a tune haunts ue, and yet will not bo recalled. "Why, It's John!" cried tho nun, "I daro siy I'm mad," said John, un consciously following King Lear; "but, upon my word. I don't hollo o you're Flora." "Of courso I am," replied she. And yet It Is not Flora at nil, ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 11 November 1903

eJk zJk a former wasj -s33ilL free(f ft cm fflisetyjJsSA VmhHMM OltTHY of a hblh ii2jfc cr recommendation ffA . Maw tlmn can flnd ftB words to express." Mffwm I Tlits is what Mr. f I J. II. Flangman (of . f V I Sherman, Tex.) J says of Doan's rIrrrrrw Kidney Pills. He tella his experience In the following words: He eays, "Somctlmo In Septem ber I was taken with a dull aching pain serosa the small of my back, directly over the kidneys. I paid small attention to this at first, thinking It would pass off. But Instead of getting better It became worse and In a short time the pain centered through my left hip and pafn across down my. le" les 14U - 7J y. as far as the knee." V7c Small Ol This Is precisely ltl( hrhSi. what kidney trou wr tacA.rrti bl0 wllI d0 wUh th0 Jwtiftjfflgb. Il docs not al- MimffijpA wa'9 show Itself HB xlwajr nt flrst' but np" ! ? wfr pears just In this ;;(f lv)i i wajr when somo 7 vlllll (j Jfl unusual movement "mJ IU J mini or action brings IfiiWM1 f Bharp pa,na n...

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. — 11 November 1903

I 1 I THE LOGAN IlEPUBLICAN, LOGAN, UTAH, NOVEMBER 1, 1003 y The Logan Republican LOOAN, CACIIK .COUNTY, UTAH. HH MOORE & TURNER, PUBLISHER KT (i.KSSEHJS.) Ie 4 Oniclnl Republican Organ of Cache X j .$ County, Utah. M Of, by and for the Republican party B L , . tlrst, last and alwajs. W fc R, ft Warn' , The stock market is on the ragged Bk' edge, yet retail prices arc ISO hi the Ek; shade. Something of a paradox. Kltr. It seems that some people nccr KB- know when they have enough but Ik Tin: Rni'tniMOAN has no time to en- BR- gage In a quarrel with a paper that Is BS fast sinking into oblivion. We arc en- BBj gaged in tinning out large quantities IB of llrst-elass job work, and Increas- B" Ing our ahcady laigc subscription list, K! and liae no time for dead issues. If On the same day that a South Caro- BB llnajuiy aciultted Tillman of mm- Bg- dcr, an Indiana jiny, as the result of H a tossed nlcklc, acquitted a man of an HI attempt to murdci. Trial by a jury Is HE one of the Jea...

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