ATHON ANDERSON A. E. ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON OFFICE OF ANDERSON & SONS Contractors and Builders. Dealers in ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. Logan, Utah, July 17 1903 Hon David Eccles, Baker City, Ore. Dear Bro. David:- Just a line to let you know what is being said about the sugar business. It looks like a underhanded game is being played. I had a talk with a man to-day and he said that he saw a telegram dated July 12 from H. O. H. saying that they would take ½ of the Lewiston stock. They were to have four of the directors and Nibley four and Jos. F Smith was to be the ninth or was not to be chossen by either one. T. R. Cutler told a man that they (and it looks like he is one of them) had to get you removed as manager and then things was alright. I hope that this will not worry you for I know that you are able to fight the lot of them if you can have health but I do not like to see them play a underhanded game on you but perhaps it is not true. M. Nibley will do you dust on every hand. I am keeping my ears open and I hear a lot of darn lies. ATHON ANDERSON A. E. ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON OFFICE OF ANDERSON & SONS Contractors and Builders. Dealers in ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. Logan, Utah, 1903 I dont know if you will like me for being interested in this matter but I would just give everything to see to down the man Nibley. I was talking to his daughter the other night and she said papa did not care for you he had all the authorities on his side. If there is anything you would like me to do just say the word and I am on hand. We are busy in the yard and all well trusting this will find you all well and that you will wire out I am your brother Robb Anderson
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