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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 14 May 1904

I Xogan,!UtK May 14. J904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volum 1 1. Number 55 H I SMITHFIELD, I LEWISTON, I And Paradise News I Notes of Interest. I I Latter has Great In I crease in Population. I Smlthlleld, May It, 11104. Among I the pleasant events of the week was I the delightful reception tendered Dr. I, .and Mrs. Hoynton prior to their depart-' I ;r mrc for California. The sociable was 1 v' In the shapcrfaui prise gotten up by I the members of the choir, or which I .Mrs. Hoyirtoii "was a member. Tlie I Silver Cornet Hand was in attendance I .and rendered sex era! tine selections; I the choir also prepared several pieces, I which with songs and recitations, '.helped to passA vciy pleasant evening. A delicious luncheon of cake and ice cream wis period, after which Mis. Hoynton In a feeling speech thanked .all present for Uw remembrance. We 'much regret losing such an estimable .family but -wish them Godspeed and prosperity in their new home. Those present wcpp Messrs. Wm. l'llklngton, J as. Rosk...

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. — 14 May 1904

(' $b ft H! T5he REPUBLICAN. E,r ' Bf' I LOOAN, UTAH, B ( , " UTAH STATE NEWS. ' " Much of tho fruit crop ot Toquor- H Tlllo has boon Killed by frost. H j During tlio past week nlno new H t cases of smailpox woro l oporto J In M ,' Salt Lnko City. H Government survoyors havo com- H ' snenced nctlvo work surveying tho H Utah lako reservoir Blto. H Thtrtyono men Lnvo signed tho roll H for tho organization of a company of M " tho National Guard In Ogdcn. H Tho dog population of Salt Lnko City H la expected to reach 1.G00 this year. H ' 'r . Taxes wcro paid on 1,488 last year. M Tho county fish and gnmo warden B I baa placed CO, 000 young brcok trout B 'In tho Amorlcan Fork canyon stream. B Tho week's business on tho Bait B ljiko mining exchungo was canflucd H to 08.C22 shares or slock, that brought H $42,118.00. B Thero aro still nearly 0,000 piles to M bo driven south of Callcntcs beforo tho BB . road will bo In llrst-rlass flhapo for rog- BB ular tratrtc. BB James Sharp, a planoor of...

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. — 14 May 1904

j llSTUDEBAKERl I I ; Leaders in Harness and Vehicles , See tlic most complete line of REPUTARLE goods In Caclie county. Our HARNESS are all hand H made and of strictly first-class Pacific Oak stock and our guarantee Is the strongest that Is given B any place In the world. GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES. We ask jour patronage on the H MERITS of our goods I Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah I 29 S, Main St., Logan, Utah, T, W. NAYLOR, Local Manager fOT H Land notice H United State Land Olllcc. Halt T.ako City. Utah. March 31. UJ4. m To whom It mar concern: H Tli Statu (if Utah liavlnir seleetcd as a H part of Its irrant. under the I'.'lh section of tliu H Act of Congress aimroved July HI. lt4. tho B following dewrllieil tracts returned by tho United states Survuyor-Ocneral as mineral lands, notice Is hereby Blvun that tho said fetato will submit iiroof as to tho character B - of hald land. Ijeforo tliu IteitNter and Hecluv er, at this otllco on Monday, thu lltli day of July. 1II4. at 10 o'cloc...

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. — 14 May 1904

BB Is I The Logan Republican BB Looan, Cache County. Utah. BB Published by BB MOOItE & TURNEH BB (Lessees.) VH Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache BB County, Utah. iVfl ) Of, by and for the Republican party BH II rst, last and always. B Issued Ttrlco-a-wcck, Wednesday anil BBj Saturday. Entered Octolmr SI, IMC at Loiran BB Utah, as secondclass matter, under Act of BB Congress of March S, ISTB. H Subscripts, Payable in Advance BBj One Year 13 W BB Six Months I ,S5 BB Three Months 75 iWfl That Court House Affair. iBBj The "patent's" talk about the short- BBJ ago disclosed by Republican Investlga- BBJ tlon Is lust so much tot, for it knows BBJ Tcry well that no ''shortage" would BBJ have been dlscovcicd had it not been BBJ for S. W. Hendricks, but the demands BBJ of the g. o. p. makes distortion of facts BJ necessary. "The Only." BB In view of the fact that Mr. Hend- BBj ricks covKitKi) up for llc yea is a BBt shortage of $1800, credited against a BBJ predecessor, tho absolute correc...

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. — 14 May 1904

jjuylirt of a Brash You Want With a whole store pretty Xr full of brushes, Isn't It reasonable to expect that you can get what you want? We buy more brushes than any one else because we sell more. Buying and selling more, Isn't It reasonable to expect that you may get a better brush here for your money than anywhere else. We care not what kind you test us with. Paint, Whitewash, Hair or Cloth. Hut you need go no further than these tooth brushes at 2octs. RITER BROS.' DRUG CO, Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and Mont I poller, Idaho. Generalities, SHOES SHINED FOR CO AT "CITY SHOE STORE." tf It Is stated that the Hansen candy kitchen on First North will shortly remove to Main street. Isaac Elwell .Jr., Is at the old stand repairing blcylcs. George 11. Knight has opened up the Palace barber shop. He asks his old friends to call on him. Wanted-Fotatoes at Harry Smurth walte. Center street. 40tf Considerable work has been dene on Tabernacle square, and its condition lias been much improv...

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. — 14 May 1904

-SSSSn M a riNC line or I ! f fruit and Shade I Trees H Hedge Plants, Evergreens, H Shrubs, H Roses, Plants, H Seeds. I THE LOGAN NURSERY H Logan, Utah. CUMMINGS H Commission Co., H DKAI.KUM IN H STOCKS. Bonds, Grain B .isions. H i'. ,l.i told on Margin or H lor CumIi. W e havo a special depart 8 in cut fcrr buying or selling utocks and H bonds for Immediate delivery. In- H vestors and Hankers will sae time B and money by giving us their orders B In that line. Correspondence solicited. B Local 1 Room 5 COMMERCIAL IILOGK, H , W. H. Weaver, Agt. H Result of Investigation H 2.")3 acre farm only two miles from Lo- H Kan. CO acres good beet land. Full H. water right. Good linprOvemcnts. fl A chance of a lifetime. H 100 acres good land 7 miles from Lo- H Kan. Good water right, 2." acres H in luccrn. Samo plowed read)' for H spring use. Good haylaud as well H as fariulutr. House, Corral, etc. H A bargain, easy tcims. H 15 acres good land with full water H right. Good Frame house. 1) H mile...

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. — 14 May 1904

ilUIflUHo Of the Skin and Scalp Speedily Cured by Baths with fkticai I YolKr I To cleanse the skin of crusts I and scales, and soften the ' I thickened cuticle, gentle ap- I plications of CUTICURA I Ointment to instantly allay I itching, irritation, and inflam- I mat ion, and soolln and heal,. and mild doses H CUTI- I CURA Pills to cool and I cleanse the blood. H A single SET, costing but One Dollar, H U often sufficient to cure the most H torturing, diifigunng skin, scalp, and H , blood humors, eczcnins, rashes, itch. VH ings, and irritations, v 1th loss of hair, H froniluiancytoage,whenallelscfails. Hi Boll throiffhmil thi wMld. Cutleurs Pep, Me., Olnt- H amit, S(w t ItiMiWtnt, Wv. fid form of CW ( COKtNt H fill,. 23e. Pfr vlsl ol COI. ll.poitt I pntlon. 27 Ghamr H Imum hi.iI irli. Kut oU I ali Bo. n ITTCouinbuf H Av, I'ultrr Drue A U,.m. Corp Nl HroprUu.. H nr-oua(or 11iiirftt Humor Cur.' I ALFALFA SEEP H BAILEY & SON8 61 E. Second South SL. Salt Uko City fl are headquarters ...

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. — 14 May 1904

p 'fir "M fi I Paradise. ' m Continued from First Pago. H Miss La urn Itumplircy has resigned H her position as clerk In the co-op store. Mrs. Martha Shipley will ill) the H vacancy. H "Work on the Irrigation ditches Is B mostly completed; crops and gardens H nearly all In. H ' 'f ltoad Overseer, F. W. Obray Is to be H complimented on the excellent woik H on tlic county road north of town. H Joseph Hurst's family Is quarantined H as a result of diphtheria. i H Members of the Itollcf Society sur- H ' prised Mrs. Ann Howell last Monday. H An excellent time was had. H ',' Four littlo boys have come to glad- H den the hearts of George Lemons, H Joseph Lofthouse, lien Housley and H Joseph O. Smith. H Our young people welcomed the H homo coming of Mr. Edward Norrls, H as he greatly assists in the amuse- H mints. H Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Dahleof Prcs- H ton, Idaho, weie visiting relatles the B past few days as guests of Mrs. It. W. H Shipley. H , " A. A. Law and family, of Logan, H were visi...

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. — 18 May 1904

TWO DEATHS I AT RICHMOND I IMrs. Mary Ecklesen, I Mrs. Martha Bair. I 'Other Items of More I or Less Interest H IticiiMONii.Mny 14. -Joseph Knowlcs I . Jr., In connection with Joseph and Lcandcr Peart, started another butch- -ershop In Richmond, but there not being business enough for two shops, Mr. Hell sold out to the other parties. j The boys will do a good business as pv SMr. Knowles has thoroughly demon- stratcd thatihe is a llrst-class butcher. H Mrs. MaryXsklesen, an old-time rcs- ident, died or general debility last 'Thursday, and was buried Sunday.She -had been a resident of Richmond for H 37 years. She possessed wonderful vitality. She. had, until the last few months, beon ms hale and hearty as any young perfcon, with the exception - of a cancer "vliich had given her some trouble.She with her husband emlgrat- cd from Denmark that they might be with the body of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and has i made Richmond her home ever since. -She has always remai...

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. — 18 May 1904

sssssssssH sssssssssH ff H oJe REPUBLICAN. H LOOAN, UTAH, H A Cleveland man drank a quart ol B wlilsuy on a wager. Tlio undcrtokef H T,1 PnrnKrnpliers wlio havo been B Joking about I ho I'etropnvlovsk tllsas- tor do not rcallzo It. H j Somo men, ilr. Cnrnoglc, acquire B ir tho title of hero only to havo It on- graved on their tombstones. B A Knnsas paper states that a Now H Jersey mnn while getting out of bod B ,v "broko two legs." Job for tho carpon- H - H A scientist claims that ho has dls H covered that fish can tnlk. Good Era- H clo,'s. what lies they might contra- H Tho British nro learning something ' b"t Tlhot, nml tho Tibetans are B loarnlng a great doal moro about tho H Drltlsh. H Did nows for tho pesky moths. The B price of camphor gum has dropped B from nlnoty-thrco to sovonty-nlno cents H A Ynlo professor Is crcdltod with saying that tho masses eat too much. B Ho said this, doubtless, for tho bonefit H of tho classes. H A Now York mnn Is learning to H talk without a tong...

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. — 18 May 1904

1 1 STUDEBAKER 1 Leaders in Harness and Vehicles r See the most complete line of REPUTARLE goods in Cache county. Our HARNESS are all hand made and of strictly first-class Pacific Oak stock and our guarantee is the strongest that is given I any place In the world. GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES. We ask your patronage on the I MERITS of our goods , I Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah I 29 S. Main St., Logan, Utah, T. W. NAYLOR, Local Manager I Land notice B United States Land Ofllci.'. Salt Lake. City. Utah. March 31. WO). ' To whom Itniaycoiircrn: . 1 The Statu ot Utah havlnir selected as a H part uf Its Kraut, under the. lUth section of the. Act of Congress amrovol July ltl. IrtH. the following dWrllied tracts returned hy tliu M United suatesSurveyortUoneral as mineral lands, notice Is liuruliy ittven that the said Htatu will Mihmlt' proof as to the character -of said land, buforo tliu ltcitlsternntl Iteelev- er. at this otllco on Monday, the llth day of I July, 1IKU. at 10 o'clock a.m.. vli...

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. — 18 May 1904

m i B i I The Logan Republican m . I.ooan, Cache Codntt. Utah. H Published by M MOO UK & TUnNEIl H (Lessees.) H Oniclal llcpubllcan Organ of Caclie H County, Utah. H Of, by and for the Republican party H first, last and always. H Imuc(1 Twlco-t-wcek, Wednesday and 1 Saturday. Entered October 21, 1903, at Loetn B , Utah, a second -c1m matter, under Act of H I ' Congrcm of March 3. 187P. H ' ' Sibscriptlent Payable In Advance H One Year UK PPJ Six Montln 1 .S3 PPH Three Months 75 H Vandalism. PH IIac j on Mower beds, or even A PH flowerbed? Did you ever liavc some PH two legged animal come in and re- PH move the blossoms fiom join plants PH about three day& after the buds un- PH ' folded llicir beauty V Did you keep PH from swearing a blue streak? If jou PH liae have liad this experience and PH managed to smother the dcslic to PH tar and feather something you may PH ' consider your chances for heaven as PH being better tlinn those of the great B majority. PH Tiik IIki'UIilican...

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. — 18 May 1904

I Afllind of af Brush You Want wtli a whole store pr.ctty ' Tkar Mil of brushes, I Isn't It reasonable to expect. I that you can get what you want? I Wc buy more brushes than any I one else because we sell more. I lluylng and selling more, Isn't I It reasonable to expect that you I may get a better brush here I for your money than anywhere else. I Wc care not what kind you test I us with. Paint, Whitewash, I Hair or Cloth, nut you need I go no further than these tooth I brushes at 25cts. I RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, I Logan, Utah, I Franklin, Preston and Mont- I poller, Idaho. lit -Generalities, I SHOES SHINEI) FOR 5C AT I "CITY SHOE STORK" tf I Ruben Pcrkcs, of llydo Park, visited I Logan yesterday. I Isaac Elwell ,Jr., Is at the old stand I repairing blcylcs. I Mrs. Rachel Hancey returned to her I home In Hyde Park on Monday, after I an eight months absence in Idaho. I Wanted-Potatoes at Harry Smurth I walte. Center street. 4()tf I Andicw Ellason leaves next Sunday I morning for a miss...

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. — 18 May 1904

I 'I '' ! k I 1 H ' I A riNE LINE OF I ! Fruit and Shade I Trees H r Hedge Plants, Evergreens, H j t -v Shrubs, H Hoses, Plants, H I , Seeds H I THE LOGAN NURSERY m Logan, Utah. CUMMINGS H Commission Co., m STOCKS. Bonds, Grain H and Pre visions. B :-ii i i.s !'iu. .H ii Sold on Margin or lorCitaii. Wehuxe a special depart- ! inunt for buying or bulling stocks and bonds for immediate delivery. In- vestors and Hankers will save time and money by BivJnjr us llicir orders ! In that line. Correspondence solicited. BBV Local oillcc: H Room r, COMMERCIAL BLOCK, HBBBBH H W. H. Weaver, Agt. B Result of Investigation BBS 'Sm aero farm only two miles from Lo- BBB , gan. 50 acres good beet land. Full BBB I water right. Good impiovcmcnts. BBBJ A chance of a lifetime. BBj 1 100 acres good land 7 miles from Lo- BBBj i gan. Good water right, fiacres BBBj in luccrn. Same plowed ready for BBBJ ; spring use. Good haylaud as well BBV as farming. House, Corral, etc. j A baigaln, easy terms. BBVJ 15 acr...

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. — 18 May 1904

"Jtetock jk 'Sl il.fldVentare. j f 1 tl s I JfA, SAVED BUFFALO HILL'S HOME. S jlOA 1112 hrnycry ot tho Cody f .IjJ woman wns never -better 8" rT1 O Illustrated than during the ft A J; fiereo and destructive prairie SOW ro which Bwept the opcu1 range of North I'lntte from the West Wednesday night. .Allies beyond the dry grass nnd weeds of the prairie beenmo Ignited from tho sparks of n passing train, and a stiff -wind soon fanned the Haines Into n conflagration and carried fiery waves toward the cast at the rate ot thirty miles an hour. The sheaf of wind was not so very wide, else the destruction to the coun try west-of North lMntto would have reached greater proportions than It did. A It was, everything In tho path of the fire wns burned, and when tho last embers hud died out there was u black strip hundreds of yards wldo extending across tho prairie as far as tho eye could reach. The big Cody ranch, belonging to Mrs. W. I Cody, wife of "Buffalo Bill," was directly in tho path of th...

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. — 18 May 1904

if '( jl Notice of Intention to M I Tax i B t if ' Nnlleci Mien-lir itlvi'M by IhuCltv Council H J i of Iui:iiii City, ( mli, tliat It IntciiiN to Itivy B j a HiH-i'lnl tux on lliu real estate liiTulnador J dlicrllH-il for thuiHiniuiiiof Inyhijra cetnont j . ! xldowalW four fret wlilu nnil for this purpose B f oflcjlnir nniil tax, a xpo'lal, taxltnr district , , to Ik known ami ili'iltftiati'tl ssSldownlk Ili- B " ' trlctNumlxT ii will lw t-rralt'tl within the MS f Iwunflarlcsof lliodlttrlct U) Ihi atfrcti'il and Ma k , licnofltnl liy tlit'Kalil linpnirnicnt. , The tialil Improvement will lx'irtn at lliu In- WM f tfMPCtlon uf 1st foutli and Main Ct., and run I , tlieneo Poulli aillitrnroof three blocks tothn 1 corni'r of I'ourtli South Slrcvt. ; i Tlio protKTty to IpcalTi-ctod and iKiiiollti'cl MV f ' ! liy tlioxaM Improvement will lm that aliut V i j tine alontr tint nalil Inuirowiiirnt, froutliiK rl i tin? mc alonit tlm west "lilti of tlm street hi nnil ilt"wr Ixilni follow, v 7; ...

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. — 21 May 1904

u fed 'ty jwflfttt flejniblitmt funi I Xogan Uteh " 2I' l904' TWICE. A-WEEK VoIume n Number, 57 I .SKETCH OF RE I LIEF SOCIETY Its Founding, Growth, Life and work -As written by Mrs. I Mary E. Smith. The following paper was lead at the lecent R. S. society meeting in com memoration of the oiganlzatlon of the society. jffl? Tho Relief Society was organized by " the ProplMb Joseph Smith March 17, 1842 at Nauvoo, It being the oldest organization for women In the U.S., as the first woman's club was organiz ed some two years later. .The object of the society was to help the poor, nurse the sick, relievo, the wants of the widows and orphans, in fact ex tend into every department of charit able work. The dead are prepared for 'burial, the sorrowing comforted and the distressed soothed, and much good has been accomplished by the untiring fforts of the sisters. From 1847, the time of the exodus from Nau oo, the TL S. was inoperative until 1855, when it was reorganized in Salt Lake City, sinc...

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. — 21 May 1904

Vv ABBBBR. '' ' i,""")- iwi i-. -..,,,, , lr LaaaaaaaaVJa 1 yi"Ml-, ii iiwn.iimiiHfninmw.1, J- 7f f i'l Wit REPUBLICAN. ' I Ml Bfl 8 ' LOOAN. UTAH. i UTAH STATE NEWS. bbtj I1 Alma Robinson, aged 20, of Plain City, was seriously injured In a run i away accident. i ' Tho Lehl public schools furnished Bfl j, ' : thirty graduates from tho eighth BB :I; grade this year. Bfl ! I The question of removing tho B , , I county seat from Mantl to Kphralm is Bfl being agitated at Ephralm. JB J Tho week on tho Salt Lake Mining BBj ( exchange closed on tho sale of 102,405 B ' ahares of stock for $37,710.03. Bfl Members of tho Utah Press asso- BB elation to tho number of sixty are on Bfl ( a visit to tho St. Louis exposition. Bfl Thomas C. Calllster will havo his H telephone lino connecting Oasis and H s Fillmore completed by tho end of the H i I week. H I Reports from Silver Park, thirty- H ' flvo miles' northwest of Statcllnc, aro H flattering as to the ore finds In that H " vicinity. H Tho water...

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. — 21 May 1904

L 1 1 STUDEBAKlfy v ) Leaders Harness and Vehicles See the most complete line of REPUTAHLE goods In Cache countv. Our HARNESS arc all hand made and of strictly first-class Pacific Oak stock and our guarantee is the strongest that Is given any place in the world. GOOD OOODS at FAIR PRICES. We ask your patronage on the MERITS of our goods. , Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah ; 29 S, Main St Logan, Utah. T. W. NAYLOR, Local Manager Land notice United States Land Onice. Salt I.aku City, tluli. March SI. 1U04. To whom It may ronrern: Tim Statu ot tltali having selected as a Dart of Its Kraut, under llin l-'tli mm'IIuii of thu Act of Conirross apnrovcd .Inly III. JMM. thu following deserllied trui'19 returned by thu United Mates Surveyor-Ocneral as mineral lands, notlco Is hereby Riven that the alil Statu will submit proof as to thu character of said land. iK'foro thu ltedster and Hevlev . er. at this otlieu on Monday, thu 11th day of July, H"U. at 10 o'clock a.m.. vl: ThuSKNnmii-c. .10. T. 11...

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. — 21 May 1904

M-i-iM 1 'a I r ESffP?IHHIHPw XH l' HIUi'Efc?KV7' V i "U)l$fP-2 j $?t ".!! ' KHHtffcr - rifvMlHH Ht- Pflo'y. F?!Pfi i ' fKinuilw9 im3flM H' HM?lIHIB'hav ,rf?Hi-l l Hink J4 JEI IhSnH-P ' .HI B -fl&HM'' ltli H HEii'9Pr f BBkIIP Pw H b H!pKuPv mii IBlMv M B nj ! 9 fy" i ! mf a H Cf ?- A H --.-.-.-Br VJP'j Hr H,? l H b SmRut H h He, lMfcL?' H H Hl ka HBi H l k.' ',su-' !). H B B - ffflfc ?ll i H j Gos Llnde, of Logan H who wrestles Frank Lewis at the Thatcher Opera House; H j , Tuesday night, May 31st, for $100 and per cent argute money. B - m j Articles of Agreement 1 j ' Logan, Utali, May Kith, 1004 H Mcmoiandum of Agreement, between Gus Llnde of Logan, Utah, and Frank i s. Lewis of Minneapolis, Minn., In pursuance of which both men agree to BB meet and wrestle in the Thatcher Opera House, Logan, Utah,-on the :ilst day B of May, 1004, for a side bet of one hundred (f 100.00) dollars each, and seventy H (70) per cent or the net gate receipts to go to the winner and thirty (IK)) per...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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