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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 January 1904

I ffigf The Only Double-Track Railway between I IK the Missouri Rlter and Chicago. I Overland I Limited The Most Luxurious Train la tbe World Compartment and drawing-room I sleeping cars, observation cars, din- 9 Ing cars, buffet-smoking and library Hears, with barber, bath and Book Is lovers Library; entire train electric llightcJ, through to Chicago without I I charge. Direct connection for I B St. Paul and Minneapolis I E Tickets, reservations, an J full In- M B formation cm be obulnoJ from U C. A. Walker, General Asent, I Chicago & North-Western Ry.l raj 206 South Miln Street, E Wnv140 Salt Lake City, Utah. M 1 Oregon Short Line R. R CACHE VALLKY TIME CAM). EITcet on Nov. 22nd, lUOIl. No. II, Dully. No. 13 Mails Mixed. I'ocatcllo S:4 i. m 2:M. in. salt I.aku !:4j " ...., Il:4"pin. Oitilcu ?:1j " ':- " Cachc.Ict. 1:55 " 3:.Tl " Mi'iiilon 0:13 " :W " Uiran H: " tl!:3 " Smllhlleld :4S " ":00 " Itleliniuiiil 11:511 " 7:4.1 " I'ranklhi 10:1s " -AS . . AltlllVLM. I'nstoii lOA'i " ...

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. — 16 January 1904

Radium Energy. It has been calculated that the en' jj ergy stored tip In fifteen grains of radium Is sufficient lo rahe COO toni HH" , weight ft mile high. An mince wmld, BBfii- ' therefore, miulcu to dllvo n 'flfty-horso , BjTC power motor car nt the rate of thirty BSF , . ralles an hour aroniil ilio world. , b.v K kjmh:. How's This? QBBM' W Rft fn" llntiijri'il linllnr Ufwnrd for any t.jBnr. ! of Vkrih Urn cannot l cured lijr Hall a IpBKr fcitarrbCure. KBr- p. ,i. ciii:si:y a ro., Tiim, o wBS W, the miiWiUnr-d. hair knunn V .1 (.beney ft'' BV rertbelait IS vf nrf ami lifiliv him prrficily hun Xk. & tralilo In All umlnftA trannaiU ln and fttinnclally B aolalocarry out auy oMiyiil. uiiiintlr hy hltftrm . H. WalIMHH, Kl.NN N 4: Martin I Mr WliorMnU-limirirlata. Toledo, O rA B? naU'a Catarrh Cum U lakru Internally, ailing Bl' llrecily ujn'ii iho MimmI nml iniirriUK purfiuea nt ttio 'f ijrotpni. lrMlmunlalA Kent free l'rtce ,3 cent per i tottta. Fold by all lirua-Klaia ' B$'' Takel...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 January 1904

1 1 'Many women are denied life I happiness of children through 1 derangement of the generative 1 organs. Mrs. Beyer advises 1 women to use Lydia E. Pink 1 ' barn's Vegetable Compound. I "Dkab Mns. Pinkiiam: I suffered with stomach complaint for years. I got bo bad that 1 could not carry my children but fives months, then would ' havo a miscarriage. Tho last tlmo I , became prcnant, my husband pot Ino Mto tako Lydia 13. l'inl;li:ins Vc?c tablo Conipouud. After taldnr; tho I " first bottlo 1 was relieved of the slck- ' ncss of stomach, and bean to feci bet ter In every way. I continued Its uso and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now havo a nlco baby girl, and can worlc better than I ever could before. 1 am lllto a new woman." 11ns. Frank Ilcvnit, 23 S. Second St., Mcrldcn, Conn. $5000 forfeit If criminal tf cbove Ittter proving genulnttieis cannot be produced. FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMAN. Don't licsltate to -vrlto to Mrs. IMnklmiti. Shu will understand yourenbo perfectly...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 16 January 1904

H j.j - - The Logan Republican H LOOA.V, G'ACIIK COUNTY, UTAH. M MOOR-K &TURNKR, Puiimsiikus. H Olllclnl Ucpubllcan Oigan or Cache H County, Utali. H Of, by and for t lie Hepuhllcan party H first, last and always. H Local Jottings. H Shoes hliliK'il no at Citv Shoo Stoic. H Misses Katheiine Smith and Han- H nah Jensen attended the fnncial or H -lames Lainont at Mcndon jestcidav. H How ties don't cost j on any nioie at H Robinson llros.- Simply spend $1. H Divine service will be held at St. H John's Episcopal Mission Sunday, .Ian- H nary 17, at 11 a. m. and t p. in. All H aic coidlally invited to attend. H Wc collect all kinds or indebted- B ncss. II. A. Pkii:uskn' & Co. H Prudent men and good llnancleis H such as: Ex-major Quayle, Joseph K. H owley, Thomas Roberts, Thomas H Llojd, .lohu "Wright and Win. Hill H buy their clothhiK at Robinson Ihos. H The pupils of Miss Ethel Ryan, In H stmctor In music at the New .leisey i Academ.v. gave a lecital at tlie Pres- Hi 'byterlan ch...

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. — 20 January 1904

I e ioijrtn Ucpnblicon. I TWICE-A-WEEK H Volume 1 1. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, JANUARY 20, 1 904 Number 22 THE WILMORE BENEFIT Great Success, Other Musical Programs, Clark Kirkham and Presbyterians. The tabernacle choir concert last Saturday evening for the benellt of MjJcnjamln Wilmorc, who is boon to go on a mission, rocelvcsgreat praise from the rather large audience present. The numbcis wcie uniformly good and ap preciation was shown by hearty ap plause. The two choruses by the choir, ac companied by the Thatcher orchestra were exceptionally well done, showing the splendid training of Prof. Alexand er Lewis, who had woikod most ad vantageously with the fifty voices. The first of these choruses "Hallelu iah" was a llttlng opening to the excel lent program which followed. A solo by Miss Minnie Peteisen was rendered In that charming style for which this vocalist is noted, and of course she was recalled. The orchestra rendcied a selection, and then another at the lcqucst of the aud...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 January 1904

BBB VB BBsY I ' H' tiVitf R.EPUDLICAN. H tOO AN. UTAH. I NORTriWMST NOTES. B Tticro nro -100 cases of typhoid fovor H In Londvlllo, Colo. V In a head-on collision nn tlio Rio BBg' Orando noar Ruona Vista, Colo., Firo- BBb man Uoliort Burns wns Instantly fclllod. H Tho Nlrhola shlnglo mill at Ballard, BBb Wash., liaH bean destroyed by flro, en- BBV tailing a loss of between $35,000 and H 140,000. BB Tho National Wool-Growers' nsso- BBm elation oponed Its convention In tho BBl' Bnkor thoatro at Portland, Monday BBg morning. VJ Tho honvy winds at RnwlliiH nn tho BB Cth Wow down tho smokestack at tho BBp oloctrlo powerhouse, fo that tho city BBV wm plunged In darkness for two VI nights. VB Oregon hop growers nro so well BB plcasod with tho results for tho past BBp two yoars that tho hop ncroago of BBY Orogon will bo Increased 10 por cent BBf this year. K E. R Ferguson, living near Grant, BB Wyo., was seriously Injured In a run- BB away Inst week, ho being thrown from BB tho wngon, susta...

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. — 20 January 1904

B Uoraehold I - Matters WK t lr'nncy ltoo l'ortlt'rvii. )iW?m An artistic adaptation of tlic rose to 9Hj'v fancy work Is found In a noriioro of V nrt linen decorated with design In ta- ' pcslry wool, 'i'hu (lowers nro highly j flra conventionalized mid outlined lit MM brown, the leaves and petals belug Km worked with darning stitch. The de- ?M 6lB follows the line. of the door, the sm flowers forming n frieze at the ton. MB licnoviitlni: l.iitu c'uiiiiIik, il A novel method of prolonging the II usefulness of a handsome but very I old pair of lace eurtalns Is by applique. II lug them on a foundation of sheer silk M of palo roso or some delicate shade. jfl The curtain Is carefully basted on this I foundation, most of tho net cut away, I nud the pattern ouilluod with a soft linen floss of the same shade as the H foundation. The effect Is really cluirmlug, tho richness of brocade be H lug combined with the nirliiess of lace. J To Itvmnvtt ltut Truui stud. Mnko a thick paste of emery pow...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 January 1904

HfJW ill w t I ,' The Logan Republican. H t, Looan, Oachk Codntt, Utah. H" . Published by H MOO HE & TURNER H (Lessees.) H Issued Twlco-a-weck, Wednesday and H Saturday, rntcred October 21, llifi. at Logan B Utali, as second-class matter, under Act of B Congress of March 3. 18?I. H Subscription, Payable in Advance H Ono Year 12 50 H Six Months 1.25 B. Tlirco Months 7 , . , H ' In the appointment of a manager H ( I for the electric light system of tills H city, qualifications being canal, all H ( would like to have a Utah man ap- H ' pointed, and one from Cache County H If possible. This would meet with H the hearty approval of all our citizens. H i If newspaper reports arc correct, H Weber county Is wanting about every- B tiling In sight In way of nominations H , for Statu and government olllccs. H Cache county lias ono objection to olfcr H - at this time and that is to Mayor H Classman or any other than Congress- H man Howell receiving the nomination H for Representative of Uta...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 January 1904

I PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE. B C0tult County Clerk or the Respective Sign al en for Further Information. b, A the District Court, Probate Division In and B for Cache County, State of Utah. jH NOTICE TO CltEDITOItS. jH Estftto ut Anno I). Sorcnson Clirlstlanscn, Creditor will present claims with vouchers totlie undersigned at his residence at llyruin. bV rche county. Utali, on or beforutliu IStliOay ofJuno.A.lMlJ)4. EH u l'KTKH CtiniSTIANREN, . Administrator of tlio estate of Anno I). Sor- f nson Christiansen, deceased. pita ut llrst publication. January 0. 1!KM, ESTATE OF MAKY II.KENT, Deceased. Tlio underslened will sell at private, sato: Lot two iln block two 2 In Dlat "E" of Lo can city Hurvoy In Cacho county, stato of Utah, containing 1 acre, and two snuaro rods, on and after tho 4tli day of February. HUM. at ten o'clock a.m. of said day, and wrlttten bids will bo received at tho offlco of W.W.MaUKhan In I-f k'an city. In Cache county and State of Utali. Terms of salu: Cas...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 20 January 1904

THEALVCK 9f RASTVS ' i "Yes, Huh, I suttenly docs bilovo j I tn luck, Suit," snld Jtustus, wiping tho B I ( lather out of his victim's oyo ami BBl I spreading a fresh layer on his bristly BBg J chin. "Soino folks snys ilcy nln't no J Recn l'lnS ns luck. Hull! Dam's tie BB vcry fo,1;H 'nt nln't novnh lind no luck. BBb j I)al'n why 'loy don't liollovo In It. Dat's , rRht, Suli. Ain't I got n nunt 111 busl- BBJ noss henh? Don't I uinko moah In n ' wc0,t llon '""st culluil folks mnkes In n BBl inonth? Well, Sun, It nil como from a BBb stroko uv luck Jest pure, plnln, ove'j- BBb. S ,,ny ick. Like to henh nil nbout It, BB 7l)" Huy' Suh? Sultoiiy '' tc y- B "When I fust struck N'York I warn't BBS worth ii dollar. All I could get was BBf a olo closo Job goln' round buyln' BBm up olu closo, you know. Suli, nn' hollar- BBl ln' CnH' iii-' BB "Do man I worked for Inrnt mo how Bb to clean and press rjoso, which I dono BE nllny d,ly8, I)nt where lock struck mo BBS one day wlion I was hrushln' up ...

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. — 20 January 1904

I 1 NOTABLE EVENTS OF THE YEAR 1903 I I a The year 1903 wilt bo known as tho rocord year of prosperity In, the Unit- I ed States. Sorao fow crops havo not yielded so largely as they did In former years, but tho prices received wore so much higher that the shortago was moro than made up for. Cotton reached tho highest llguro at which It has been sold slnco tho war. Ueof and leather havo been unprcco dontedly high. Potroloum and Its products advanced In prlco 25 per cent. Iron and steel were sold at high prices and tho demand was so great that orders could not bo filled within a rcasonablo time, and seaport cities made large purchases abroad bocauso deliveries wore bo much delayed. Tho production of precious metals will probably turn out to bo nearly 7 per cent greater than last year. The rlco crop of Texas, a now Indus try practically, was remarkably largo m Mid sold for high figures. I ' Tremendous discoveries of petrole um on tho Pacific coast enabled that part of tho country to su...

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. — 20 January 1904

H IN " 1 The Logan Republican n' f' BB f LOOAN, CAC11K COUNTY, UTAH. flfl MOORE Si TURNER, Puiilisheus. HH ; (lksskks.) H t, flfl Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache BB County, Utah. HH - B' i Of, by and for the Republican party flfl I, first, last and ahvajs. Bfl , BB : Local Jottings, 1 Bfl i Shoes shinedfic at Cltv Shoe Store. BB j i Miss Eva Jones, one of the Wood- BB j v ( ruff's culclcnt touchers was (ltiltc 111 BB t ' "Monday and her school was necessarily BB , I dismissed. BB ' Wc collect all kinds of Indebted- Bfl ' aiess. II. A. Picdhuskn & Co. BB Judge Dec, of Ogdcn, and J. J, Bfl ,' Thomas, of Salt Lake, membcis of the BB t State Hoard of Equalization arc in Lo- HB gan today in conference with Assessor Bfl ' Richardson and the Commissioners. Bfl , ( Wood wanted by New bold, the IB 'Clothier. 4 LI!) Bfl LOST On county road between Lo- Bfl gan and Richmond, small brown BB . leather satchel containing lady's np- Hfl ; ' -parol and silk shawl. Finder please BB return to tr...

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. — 23 January 1904

I tye ioijnn . iHepubJttttit. I W1 TWICE-A-WEEK I I Volume II. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, JANUARY 23, 1904 Number 23 H I AFTER THE I SALOON MEN I Council Orders Ordi I nance Drafted I Raising Licenses to I $1200 and $750. H Tho Logan City council In tegular H session Wednesday and kept busy H until twelve o'clock with flic follow- H ing lcsulL. H w Mr. Wm. Reading asked that the J. city piotect the butchers' against tho H' meat peddlers. On motion or Mr. H Hatch the matter was referred to the H maishal with InsUuctlon to enforce H the ordinance. H Mr. M. .T. Hallaul asked thata right of way be giantcd the purchascisof H the city pioperty south of Court liousc, this right of way to be over the lano running west from Main. On motion of Mr. Hatch this was H granted providing the county would H agree, and in consideration of a right I of way granted the city over the 'vest I side of property purchased. A petition against paving Center I street from Fiist West to the O. S. I L. station w...

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. — 23 January 1904

B' fr BH ill' BBh H ' & REPUBLICAN. B ' LOOAN, ... UTAH. UTAH STATE NEWS. H ' Morgan Is to haro an electric light BftV system. H i' Tli or o nro 300 ncrcs of fruit trees In- B j ildo tlio city llmlU of Salt Lnko City. B Ogdcn's exhibit at tho St. Louis B ( fair will ho shipped about February 1. KB , Tho scimto has pns3cd n bill crcat- B I lng a port of delivery at Salt Lako !BB1 J Tho houso of Amos Brndloy at Mo- iji ronl was damaged by flro to tho t amount of $700. H Tho Scvonth Day Advontlsts of B Salt Inko City havo finished their ' now church building. B W. II. Bancroft of Salt Lako City has been mado gcnoral manager of tho Union Pacific railroad. H Frank J. Ilngcnbarth of Salt Lako City has been elected president of tho National Livestock association. , ' No married man has a right to tit ashamed to carry a baby or a coal-oil BY can on tho streets, says tho Illchflold Reaper. BB Tho proposed rabbit hunt which was ' to havo boon hold at Malad, Ida., be BY ; tweon Ogdon and I...

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. — 23 January 1904

H POKER JOKES. I H BI5 and colt' feet nro admirable In 1 HV 1'okordoin, but small hands arc not HE admlrod. K?M tt la an anomalous and painful truth B, that a straight hand may bo the result I K of a crooked deal. M In a gatno of draw, do not let tho JH barkeeper do much drawing, for a full MM hoaJ is more dangerous than a full IB bnnd. M As an nbnormal vacuum, poker HJ takes tho pot, becauso It Is to full of empty bauds, empty poeliets and omp- HJ ty homes. jHJ Consideration doesn't count for as H much as a white chip In poker, whero HJ nocossarlly everything must bo car- rlod with a high hand. Pukcr Is not tho only American H gamo In which It Is a heap easier to play tho other fellow's hand than your H own, but It's the commonest. In playing with a stranger, Insist H upon his discarding his coat beforo bo iloas his curds, and then ho will -' not be to likely to bnvo somothtng up H bis sleeve. H After winning on n bluff, don't fall to show your hand with a horso H laugh. It Is such...

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. — 23 January 1904

ii'l ' f m ii t.J i. .., -i..i.-....M . .. , -.f ... . ... , .. nr H 'I I GRAND OPENING I of the MUSICAL DEPARTMENT of I H J j The Agricultural College of Utah, H , I Saturday, January & H 1 Twenty-third I I T 9 0 4 1 H U 'T'lIE formal opening of tho Dcpaitmenl of Music of the Agiieul- M ' Nj tmal College of Utah, on batuiday evening, Januaiy Hid, piom- 3 H A isos to bo onu of 1 1 lu inot hnpoilant events In the lilstoiy of the ,j m hist It nl ion. Ilundieds of lcipicsts have alieady boon icceivcd foi .1 M tlcUuts, and iidillLlotKil oioi;i oliaiis sue buin plsiccd In thcnuditoilum H , jj In oidci to accommodate Hie laigo number expected to be piesent. j 1 Si Following K a lht of tho at lists who will appear on this occasion. 1 B ' R ARTISTS I I I'll OK. AVILLAIU) AVnilli:, - Conceit Violinist PIJOF. AltTIllJlt SIIKI'AHI), - - Conceit Pianist KJ MISS EMILY GIUMSDKLI., .... Sopiauo K PliOK. .1. A. ANDKliSON. - Pianist and accompanist 0 PItOK. A.C LUND, Ilaiitone 8 PROGRAM $ B 1 1 ...

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. — 23 January 1904

I PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE, lUtns-ilt County Clerk or the Rcspccthc Sign B crt fcr further Information. B In the District Court, I'robatc Division In and W for Cache County, State of Utah. H notici: to ciir.DiToi:?. M r.itntu of Anno t). S-orciiMiii ClirlsttmiMii. (Hoca'i'1. H Crulltors vWll iiri'H'nt claims with vouchers Hi loilioumlcrslKiii'd nt Ills rislrtencu tit lljrutn, IH ! clio comity, t'luli.on or ticforolliu lJilidny of June. A. 1). ". n Adinltitlrntor of tlm t iiutu of Anno I). Sor niMin ClirlstlniiM n, docea'.cil. Date of tint publication. January 20, HOI, Kt-TATK 01' MAIIV 11.KKNT, Deceased. Tlio underslitned will ell nt lirlvntiixalu: Lot two BMn bkx-'k two 2 In plat "E" of IjO iran city suroy In Caclm county, statu of Utah, containing I aero und two Milium i oils, oil and after the. 4th day of I'ehruary. IMM. at tin o'clock n.m. of said day. and wrlttten lUN will Iw received nt thuolllcuof V.V MaiiKhaii In 1-osfnii city. In Cache county nnrl "tntoof Utah Terms ...

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. — 23 January 1904

I JAPAN "WILL "WAIT" A WEEK H J Formal Reply to Russia's Note Is Made Commercial Treaties With H j China Signed by the United States Fear in England That M That Power Will Be Drawn Into Cominri Combat. H ji Riuuiln nuw has Japan's formnl reply H if to hor Inst note nnii will await n rca- H $ onnblt tlmo for the reply Tho Ron- H H oral lilcn In Toklo Is that tJils will bo H I' construed by tho governmanl to mean H fo a weok or ton tlnys nt most, and tliat H 9 tt tlio end o( that tlmo Japan will H .j jootn herself nt llbeily to act as hor - J boit interest dictates. M w Just what the tenor of the reply In M If no ono knows, outsldu of Hioho wlioso H S, business It Is to know btit the gonornl H ' bollcf Ib thnl It Hlmply tells Hussla H ,f ' that her suggestions ns to Corun nro B . not nrooptnblo and that Japan's para- M I tnountcy In tho cnttrn peninsula must m bo recognized m It Is scinlolllclally Intimated that I 1 I liZ 1 K , Jiu reply docs not necessarily mean B war, hut this Is ta...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 23 January 1904

kjH -sss ssssssssssss ass S ss -SSSS S-sssssssms ss-ffsl ---, M M ssssssssssssssssssssssssss-. I mm mmjA I MHL r ii' mw v '-Vv.vi?:!-'- .' ' sia If .-1 x ?!ii ....''- 1 V 'MS' .? IS Miss Rose Hennessy, well known as h a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound " Drak Mni. PisitnAM : I havo been so blessedly helped through the uso oiZjyilia K. IMnkluim's ATc;?ctsillo Compound that I feel it but just to acknowledge it, hoping that It may help feorao other woman suffering as I did. " For years I enjoyed tho best of health and thought that I would always do bo. I attended parties and receptions thinly clad, and would bo suddenly chillcx!, but I did not think of tho results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating, and this caused Inflammation of tho womb and congested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse. My attention was called...

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. — 23 January 1904

Wl HHHJ ffl I I The Logan Republican Hi l.OOAN, CACIli: COUXT, UTAH. HB" T B MOOIIE &TUUNEH, Pijiilisiikuh. HR (UCS8KKS.) HH Ofllelal Kepubllcan Oian of Cache H I County, Utiili. HH i. Of, by and for tlic Itcpubllcan party HH ' Hist, lastand alwajs. HH' - . i Local Joltings. HH Shoes shlned fie at Cltv Shoe Store. HH I, Ex-Mayor Hanson went to Salt. Lake HH J'1 Thursday. HH t- AVc collect all kinds of Indebted- HH f ness.- II. A. Punnitsicx & Co. HH p( Hon. Moses Thatcher lctuincd from HH Salt Lake City Wednesday evening. HH i. Fresh oysteis ai rlvo dally at .lohti- HH son's Cafe at the I'alaeu building. 2:it2 H W. H. Maiighan, of Wcllss llle, came HHJ from the South Wednesday evening. HHJ Johnson is the man I hat can handle HHJ lingo crowds. Ills edibles aie the best HHJ that money can buy. 2:it2 HHJ Geo. Carlsen anil mother loTt this HHJ city Wednesday for' San Fianel-eo HHJ where they will make their future HHJ H i W. II. Miller went to Hear Elver HHJ , Lauding Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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