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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 29 June 1904

A Full line of Painter's supplies I Anything a good painter needs mk be found here I Vc say good painter because our materials are the best that arc made, and of course only good painters use the best materials Dry paint and paint ground n oil boiled oil, Raw oil, Turpentine and Varnishes. And brushes too from the little sash tool up to the biggest wall brush. From the Camel's Hair Pencil up to the largest Varnish Hrush. And all priced at less than you pay clscwheie. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Looan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- pcllcr, Idaho. i Generalities. SHOES SHINED FOIt 5e. AT "CITY SHOE STORE." tf Louis Grant, a rancher fiora lJluc creek, was In Logan last Saturday. ! Railroad tickets bought and sold on i commission, C. W. Rybcrg, Lincoln Hotel. ; Horn To the wife of T. Iloyle, Inst j week, a li pound girl. All concerned doing well. Foit balk show cases, cash icgis ter, wall case, pool tables. Inquire at I ItKl'UHLlCAN OIllCC. I llomcscekers We will show you j how to get a ho...

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. — 29 June 1904

BHE:.- BB'M'flB" H g W. S. McCORNICK, 1'rcsldcnt. A LLA N M. FLEM ING Cashier H I .TAMES QUAYLE, Vice Proa. II. E. CROCKETT, Asst. " I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, L OGAN, UTAH. I Under United States Government Supervision. ' CAPITAL AND PROMTS $70,000. B j Courteous Attention to All . Interest Paid on Time Deposit H foreign Dratts Issued. Prompt. Conservative, Safe. H HOARD OF DIRKOTOUS: H d W. S. McCoilNHJK, JAMBS QUAYLK, .lOSKl'II F. SMITH flfl. .JOHN II. ANUKllSON TllOS. SMA11T, SoilKN IlANSKN, C. C. Goodwin, C. W. Niih.kv, Allan M. Fi.kmino Give Your Boy bb1 lir 'Kk ' I A KODAK Canton Jewelry Co., fl LOGAN, UTAH Odell's Studio H FOR I Photo's Hfll Successor to flfl THOMAS & ODELL. I C. H. Baker H Practical H Shoe Dealer, BBs Has just received ;i consignment nf H FOOT WEAK. They are positUely Hfll the best goods ever olTcied for the flfll money in Logan. Men's Hand Sewed Hfll Fine Hoy Calf Shoes, $2.f0 per pair, HI -and other shoes In pioioitiou. B Logan Shoe Factory. Hfll i:MV....

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. — 29 June 1904

HHk m- ' ''' '. ' H GAVEL A BEAUTIFUL ONE. B Work of Art Used In Opening St HJ Louis Fair. HJ Tho gavel used by D. II. Francis In HJ giving formal notlco to tho nations HJ that tho exposition was opened was H worthy of tho occasion. Us material Hj was mado from an aged oak trco that H for moro than a century towered on Hj tho summit of Ant hill, a 'conaplcu- HJ ous landmark to aborigines, whoso H graves It -sheltered until they woro HJ unearthed to mako room for tho m crowning fcaturo of tho exposition picture. It Is embellished with tho Ameri can caglo In sliver, with pinions spread. A map of tho two hemi spheres encircles tho head, handsome ly Inlaid and engraved, significant of tho united efforts of tho old and now worlds In tho latest achievement In expositions. Inlaid In tho handlo aro tho shields of the United States and tho flcur do lis of Franco, tho parties to tho Louisiana purchase.- Six heavy stiver rings encircle tho head of tho gavel, and tho tip of tho handlo Is finish...

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. — 29 June 1904

BM TT" I Where I Worth Counts Bit HHH fc r to BM 1L counts In drills moie than in any otner commodity jou ' buy. Upon t lie purity and po- BM tcncy of drills depends health often life. It Is Important that you patronize a store where (juallty Is assured. H, I For a long time uchavepio- Bfl mlscd high grade goods, careful I and skillful service and right I prices, and because we have kept Bfl I all piomlscs our business lias BS I grown and will continue to grow. HB You can depend on this stoic to provide, at all times, the kind of (lrii( stoic supplies ou should hae and to sao you BB money on tlicm. HHB pM v k I CITY DRUG CO. H The Front Is White B (17 MA IN ST. - UK JAN B t . , - H Floto Shows Coming. BB Tin: Kki'i iii.k an Is authoiled to Bfl nnnouiicc the coming of the (ileal Bfl Kioto Shows know ii ft oiii coast to HB coast as the Chens bcaulirul. This Bfl wonderful tented uggicgatiou will ex- HB liiblt in Logan, .Inly 12, and execp- Bfl tlonally low rates w ill be made on all HB...

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. — 2 July 1904

f : vfll I m I miiM Qifyt i o tnn , l epublicon. Tinr I K i " " jfl I Logan, Utah, July 2, 1904. TWIC-A-WEEK '" ' Volume II Number 69 9 I HYRUM CITY'S I BIG FOURTH To be a Rouser from Start to Finish. Ilyrum seems to have cncigy to -spare. Although the citizens of that Stake spent considerable money and Avcnt to great tiouble In getting up their reunion Just a few dais ago. they are on deck again w Ith a grand celebration on the Fourth, and they are goinir to bo een mote lavish and successful In their display of pattiot- lsm than at the leunlon. Various committees have taken the matter in hand and arranged a program for the morning hours that bears largely on , n tho sentiment of the day, and the Ayt afternoon w 111 be devoted to sports of fc Tp such a character as to please the great 9 T crowd they are expecting. The city Is to be a blaze of Hags and bunting, there is to be a grand sulllclency of everything that appeals to the vary lug tastes of Individuals, and as a whole tho alfa...

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. — 2 July 1904

bbm' I X5he REPUBLICAN. B H LOQAN, UTAH, H ' I UTAH STATE NEWS. B B , Tlio Sunday schools of Sprlngvllle B I hnvo decided to get up n colobratton B- (or tho Fourth. H I Tho citizens of Mnntl nro hustling B I for tho Black Hawk encampment, B ' I and expect to land tho prize. B Thomas Joyce, tho oldest resident B of Wcbtr county, died nt Marriotts H bn tho 2Gth, at tho ago of 07. B Tho G-ycar-old son of Joseph Hare, B ot Park City, was kicked In tho head B by a horso, sustaining a fracturod ! skull. B Tho troublo between tho Ilocky B Mountain Doll Tclcphono company B and tho Salt Lako llnomen has boon B Bcttlod by arbitration. B Last year thero wero employed 14G B toachcrs In tho various county school B districts of Salt Lako county. Tills B fall tho teaching forco will number B Salt Lako morchants havo practl- B cally abandoned tho Idea of a halt B holiday on Wednesdays during tho B .summer season, a number of firms ro- B fusing to closo. B i A sovcro windstorm which visited B Americ...

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. — 2 July 1904

1mm wmm9mmm imrwm -. .... i n , i n n The Honest Old Toad. -Oh, a queer little chap Is the honeit old H toad, A funny old fellow Is he; Living under the stone by the side of the rond, 'Neath the shado of the old willow H tree. He Is dressed nil In brown, Krom his too to his crown, H Save his vest, thnt Is silvery white. tie takes a long nap In the heat ot tho day And wnlks In the cool, dewy night. "Yaup, yuup." Bays tho frog. JM From his home In the bog; H I)ut the toud he says never n word. H He tries to be Rood, I.lko the children who should HJ Ho seen, but never bo heard. SB When winter draws near, Mr. Toad goes H to bed, IB And sleeps Just ns round ns a top; m But when May blossoms follow the soft H April showers. HJ IIo comes out with n skip and a hop. LB lie changes his diess, Hj Only once I confess, B Kvery spring, and his old wornout B coat, UJ With trousers and wnlstcoat ho rolls In ifJJ n ball, VM "K-rrnk, R-rruk." says tho frog, M From his homo In tho bog, ) But tho toad ...

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. — 2 July 1904

IM? I!!!!!S5!!!B5HHH5!B55BP?B!P'BBBBBBBBHJBjH H The Logan Republican B Looan, Cache County, Utah, H Published by H MOO It E & TURNER B (Lessees.) H Oniclal Republican Organ of Cache H County, Utah. h Of, by and for the Republican party 1 llrst, last and always. H Issued TwIcc-a-wcoU, Wednesday and H Saturday. Entered October 21. 1W2. atLogan H Utah, as second-class matter, under Act of H Congress of March 3, 1670. m Subscription, Payable in Advance H One Year ..1250 m fix Months ... . .1 .3 B Three Months 75 i Tiik Rki-uiii.ican has no desire to J cast any lellcctlon, but Is Die local tire dopartment worth the money be- J Ins paid for It? B After Die St. Louis convention B .hidc Parker will sliitf "Mother I am J growing Old," rather than "I feel Just J as jountf as I used to be," his present faoilte. B .Indue I'm kin's lunch consists of "thin soup, tea without tnllk or Miliar, J fruit or pumpkin pie," 'tis said. On- fortunately for the .liiflgc, the Amcrl- HBV can people as a wh...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 July 1904

I A Full line of I Painter's supplies I Anything a good painter needs I I will be found here HJflpWc say good painter because our materials arc the best that arc made, and of course only good painters use the best materials Dry paint and paint ground In oil boiled oil, Raw oil, Turpentine and Varnishes. And brushes too from the little sash tool up to the biggest wall brush. From the Camel's Hair Pencil up to the l.ii gest Varnish Hrusli. And all priced at less than you pay clsewheie. RITER BROS,' DRUG GO, Looan, Utah Franklin, Preston and Mont- pcllcr, Idaho. JL Generalities. ' . SHOES SIIIKTJD FOIi r,c. AT "CITY SIIOK STOKE." tf Mr. Ariel Cardon spent last week In Salt Lake City, returning Tuesday. James E. Hart.of Hear Lake county, brother of our own Judge Hart was in Logan Wednesday. For Ladles' latest styles In Oxford Ties and Low Shoes notice our win dows. City Shoe Store. (Utf Mrs. Frank Miles, of Smltlifici.l. gave birth to a nine pound babyghi Wednesday night. Mr. and Mis. S...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 July 1904

LwJsFRHii? f H B HOW JACK LONDON "ARRIVED."' BBS I Popular Author Struggled Hard for High Position He Holds. BBB ' Jack London, tho lancinating short- BBB story writer and brilliant war corre- BBW spondent, now nt tho front, la but BBB twenty-eight years old. Thrco years V ago he wa3 unhoard of by tho reading BBB world. To-day ho Is read overywhoro, BBB Is sought by publishers, and tho paces BBB of the magazines, from Tho Century BBB down, are open to him. BBB The story of how ho "arrived," BBB how he first set foot upon the BBB ' etopplng-atono to success, he BBB tells in The Editor, the Now BBB Tork magazine for literary workers, BBB incidentally giving tho latter class BBY' some excellent advice. Hero aro a BBB I tow of his torse, pregnant sentence"' BBB ' Work I Don't watt for somo good BBB I Samaritan to toll you, hut dig It out BBB yourself. BBW Fiction pays best of all. BBB Don't wrlto too much. Don't dnsh BBB off a COOO-word story before breakfast BBB Avoid tho unhappy ondln...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 2 July 1904

M Fishermen Best Sailors. 9 The French flshortos, with head- 9 quarters at St. Plorro and Mlquclon, I flj . 'havo been carried on under tho boun AL ty system since tho year 1S1C. Tho tMI?T reasons given why a bounty should bo jm' allowed aro that tho Oshorles form jfl a nursery (or the navy, and thus tho m government Is enabled to secure men IM tor that branch of tho scrvlco who M aro not only familiar with tho sea, (fl but who, from exporlonco In tholr F,S business, aro quick to think and act IM In Umoa of emergency, tho theory bo- M tag that Cshormeu mako tho best fl sailors. M Do Your Feet, Ache and Bum? flj Shake Into your shoci, AllcnVi Foot- Ease, a powder for tho feet. It makes IJj tight or New Shoes feel Kasy. Curt' ! Swollen, Hot, 8wejUlnf Foot, Corns ivnd Jlunlons. At nil Druirglsta and Shoo Stores, 25o. Samplo Bent FRKB. Ad- M dress Allen 8. Olmsted, IItoy, N. Y. 8tatue of Tough Timber. In Sycamoro Is an exceedingly dura- 9 bis wood, and a stntuo from It now M In tho muse...

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. — 2 July 1904

w B I MM ! ' " 1 1 y - I I Farmers' Headquarters! I ; Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company I O IT K N K W AND O L D ill I I Btiggies I less than cost NOW to make room foi om MILWAUKEE MOWERS AND H RAKLS. The best, lightest running, and cheapest in tlie market. H Also Hinders, Reapeisand Headers thai are Acknowledged Leadeis. I , ourlaige stock of DISC PLOWS aie nearly gone. Call and get H the last and best. Examine 'Hie Climax Push Hake with Dutch H .lumper and om DKERlNG HEADER befoiejou buj. H We will tie.it ou light and let ou shaie in the I'lollls. B 3 1-4 Wagons, $80.00 complete. H A laige stock or oui MACHINE EXTRAS will alwajs be kept on m hand I N LOU AN. Call on us or our agents for what ou want. I Cache Valley Implement & Produce Co. I WALLPAPER ! m REMEMBER We sell all our papers, JB with the exception or Ingrains, at the JH Hat price holders go at the same JH price as the walls and ceilings. Sec, to JH it that you do not pay more. Wc have JH an Immense stock or...

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. — 6 July 1904

Logan, Utah, July fc 1904. T W I C E - A - W E E K Volume II Number 70 THE TELE PHONE TALK Local' manager Pear son tells His side of the story. .Read it. "Last Saturday Mr. Pearson, man ager of the local telephone line In this city, came to our oilice and In a gen tlemanly manner desired to state a ;iJf few facts rclatlve to the telephone Slv iservlcc which has been discussed In ' ' tyo previous Issues of this paper. In Justice to all parties concerned, wo deem 11 proper to publish both sides -of the question, believing that gopd will result therefrom. In comparing 'the Logan service with that of Salt ' lLakc City and Ogden It appears that 'the comparison Is not a fair one. Theie arc two kinds of service In use; one, the Individual line which costs $00 a year for business houses and $48 a year for residences; tho other service is what is called a party line on which three or four phones are attached, the price being $30 a year for business houses and $18 a year for rc'sfdc'npbsStoho...

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. — 6 July 1904

I The .Logan. Republican B ' l.oa an. OACnn County, Utah. , M JZTZ.. .liiLlTsc"(f By , B MOOllE & TURNER H (Lessees.) H Official Republican, Organ of Cache H County, Utah. H ' ; y ; rr- H Of, by and for the Republican party H ' Irst, last and always, H j 1 . h 1 M 1 1 w Issued-1 Twlcc-a-wcck, Wednesday and m ' Saturday. Entered October 21, IMC atLogan B I Utah, a second-class matter, under Act of M 1 Congress of March 3. 1879. H ! Subscription; hyMt In Mkt H ' One Year . 13 M H j Six Month? loruvw-ii'i ' 25 H j Three Months. ,.., , 75 H I That Name--Kuropatkin. . B No doubtl Jiovoral people .in town H 1 havo seen tlic namo Kuropatkln In the H meager rpports that have .reached our H city concerning the Japanese-Russian PH war. That name is attached to an PH otllccr of considerable Impoitancc who H was once a surgeon in the Czar's army. H Ills native heath, however, is not Rus- PH j sia but Ireland, where he has kissed 1 I the ltlarncy stone and plucked the PH Shamrock. During a r...

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. — 6 July 1904

, i tH afSii iiAl of -v u t lyaintey's supplies Anything a good painter needs will bo found here 1- Wc say good painter because -r - ,.- our materials ate the best i v.i .J.A i i . tliat are made, and of course pd only good painters use the t -. '' best materials Dry paint and paint ground In oil boiled oil, Raw oll Turpentine ( and Varnlslies. And brushes too - from the little sash tool up to the ' biggest wall brush. From m the Camel's Hair Pencil up to tho largest Varnish Brush. And all priced at less than you pay elsewhcie. RITER BROS.' DRUG GO, Looan, Utah ,j Jjanklln, Preston and Mont T poller, Idaho. Generalities: SHOES SUITED TOIt 5c. AT "CITY SHOE STO"RE." tf 11. M. Wilkes, of Malad, came to Logan Sunday night. i ' V ) For L.adlcsVlatestf styles In -Oxford J Ties and Low, Shoes notice our win U dows. City Shoe Store. ft 03tf 1 ' F i l n '3 n Paul Cardon was in from Benson Saturday. Fpn Rknt 5 room brick cottago Apply to 11. P. Ngllsep, phone. 113HV Robert Fairbanks, of the ...

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. — 6 July 1904

lT I mmmaamrTvymiiKmmmmmmmam -i iwiMiwiw'i'iniiiiirfi I ! Farmers' Headquarters! I Cache Valley Implement and Produce Company B ' i i ' I O U R K E W " A N D O L I If Buggies I less than cost 11 NOW to make room for our MILWAUKEE MOWERS AND .HAKES. The best, lightest. running, and cheapest In the market. Also Hinders, Renpeisnnd Headcisth.it are Acknowledged Leaders. Our large stock of DISC PLOWS are nearly none. Call and get the last and best. Examine The Climax Push Hake with Dutch .lumper and our PEEKING II EADEH before ou Iiiij. M ft We will treat jou right and lot jou share In the Piotlts I 3 1-4 Wagons, $80.00 complete. H A large stock of our MACHINE EXTRAS will alvvajs be kept on M I liand IN LOGAN. Call on us or our agents for what jou want L11S Cache Valley Implement & Produce Co. I j WALLPAPER B REMEMBER Wo sell all our papers, B with tho exception or Ingrains, at the B Hat price borders go at tho same HB prlco as the walls and ceilings. Sco to H ' it that you do not p...

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. — 9 July 1904

I j S2.50 a Tear ) jftfltttt fjttbJJCtttt. 1 1,490 Subs I Logan, Utah, July 9, 1904. TWICE-A-WEEK Volume II Number 71 M THE FOURTH CELEBRATED AtHyrum and at Franklin. Proves a success at both places. Hyrum. (Too late for last Issue.) Thu Fourth of .luly Is past and everybody In town Is asleep occpt t & four or lifts small boys o have a few (JX "uackcrs" left oei and these aic Tr licaid from dllfcrent'dlrections It was a great day and. consldeilng the largo ciowd piesent, was a (pilot da, but every bodi had a good time. The parade was not us long as large cities lime but It was a good one and a success. The lloats weie artistical ly gotten up The "Goddess of Llbei ty and "Utah"' could not have been lopresented by moie beautiful young ladle;, than tho-e taklnir p.ut Miss Lucy Allen and Maiy AlleiUon Al ma Williamson looked moie like Uncle Sam than the old gent lilmself The meeting held at 11 a. m. In our beautiful grove was largclj at tended, and one of the best piogiams evoi list...

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. — 9 July 1904

ft ' ' 1 I W,o REPUBLICAN. A LOOAN, UTAH, !' P- 1 ; UTAH STATE NEWS. BB Dividends declared by Utah mines BB during Uio month of Juno total j i (209,000. BB All Uio mombors of tho city council BB i of Salt l.nl;o City except two aro via- (lllng tho St. Louis exposition. , An eastern syndlcato has concluded BB 1 ' arrangements for tho sinking of a wall B ' I in tho Farmlngton district for oil. B Lewis Olbbs, aged 12, of Ogdcn, fell BB v , from a horso and roculvod Injurlci B from which ho died an hour later. H It Is said that Mantl City will spend BB qulto a sum of money tunneling for B I !, wntor at tho mouth of City Creole BB canyon. BB Tho Hlnck Hawk war votorana aro BB proparlng for tho greatest reunion In BB ' 1 their history, to bo hold nt Mantl, July H 17 and 18. BB During tho month of Juno tho Bait BB Lako Mining Kxchango handled 38r, BB '; IOC shares of stock, for which Uio Bum M k of 117.3SG.50 was paid. BB f Tho output of copper matto from tho BB '. valley smelters for tho ...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Logan Republican. — 9 July 1904

U I AS THE WORLD I REVOLVES I LIVES WITH STITCHED HEART. Chicago Boy Survives Wonderful Sur gical Operation. His bullet-gashed heart sowed to gether with necdlo and thread, Edwnrd Pelt, tho Chicago ofllco boy who at tempted suicide, will probably live to Join tho list or the most rcmarknblo surgical patients In American medical annals. Dr. Carl Wagner, who performed tho extraordinary operation, believes tho lad will survive. If Edward Pelt doc3 llvo ho will bo the only human 'being In tho world with a stitched heart. A slit nearly half an Inch long was cut by the bullet ho 11 red Into his chest. It was at the extreme bottom of tho heart, grazing tho edgo and cut ting n wide, ragged gash. Bosldos tho heart wound tho bullet crashed through the lung and toro away much tissue. Tho solMnfllctcd wounds brought ou a hemorrhage. Early death was certain unless tho How was stopped. Dr. Wagner quickly decided on tho' heroic operation as tho only chance. Chisels wcro brought Into uso and throo ...

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. — 9 July 1904

Ml I I The Logan Republican H 1 Looan, Cache Codntt, Utah. 1 Published by A MOORE & TURNER H n (Lessees.) ! Official Republican Organ of Cache I County, Utah. Of, by and for tlic Republican party lirst, last and always, levied TwIco-a-wecV. Wednesday and Paturday. Kntcrrd OotoUr 21. 1902. atLoiran Utah, a sccond-clai matter, tinder Act of OomrrcM of Marcli 3, 1671). I I Subscription, Payable in Advance H . & One Year. ... ..CM B I plx Mnntln 1 .25 !U Three Monllm 75 h Lindc vs. Lewis. H ' ' Lewis and Llndeaic again matched H to wrestle, this time to be strictly H Oracco-Roman, best two out of three H I falls. According to this, Llndc will H be In his favorite style of woik and H , his many admirers heic will, undoubt- H ' edly, waimlv support him. W. II. ,, j Weaver aets as match maker, oliciing ! a purse of $100 to the winner, and I nothing to the looser. The articles ! of agreement call for the style of wrestling mentioned, Police Oactte lilies, no holts bailed, and icfcic...

Publication Title: Logan Republican, The
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