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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I TRUTH- 5 );T ll PEET'S REPLY TO WISHARD. f t-Mitor Truth: f J rothcr Wishard's delayed answer t0 my remarks in Truth of December 07 s received, and I am surprised to Mink that the great head and chief m sslonary of the Presbyterian church nf Idaho and Utah should make such false and uncalled for statements. mother Wishard, you stated In your lottcr in Truth December 24, by infer .iipo that I belonged to the Mormon niioriim, and that the lands I am sel! I.1K are swamp lands, and in your let tcr to the Tribune, Jan. 27, you also state that I am in the editorial chair of the News, and that I am a new editor there. All of the above state ments you know to bo absolutely false. II have never directly written an art! clo for the News or associated myself with its editor, although I consider the Deserot News ono of the best ed ited and the most independent news papers In tho west, and I also consider Mr. Penrose, whom you try to slur, a very able, upright and honorable man You also distor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

Tl 6 TRUTH. I i - i j t of tho cholco passages of somo of the I J., Kovorond writers of tlio Assembly KJ it Herald: lfy "Tho railing of Christians 'Gon- HH1 t,lcB' l"l('i tho attlUulo of Mor- I inoiiH to the Church universal. It HS is an Irreconcilable antagonism. Wo I, aro familiar with tho ostracisms and HI persccutloiiH endured by our mission- HH arlcs and teachers, but It may not bo MMY generally known that thero Is a stato IIHoi ln our Un,on wlioro tho free-born son BHU; c f America Is unwelcome nnd hatod. BBS 'A Gentile doctor,' said a Salt Lalto BHw City physician to me 'would, outside If of Utah's two cltlo3, starvo to death.' " I IIoio Is another saying of a preach- HI nr who attended tho Tabernacle and BH tills Is what ho says of tho people he HI; saw there: Ha "They seemed to bo repulsivo In HHC appearance, always ready to laugh and Hft nicer nt tho Gentiles, when allusions BBSJ to them wcro made, and who woro re HH fcrred to as liars, murdorcrs and HHf! Ihioves, and ever...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I TRU TH. 7 ' NOISY BIRD3 OF THE NIGHT. ft Hive to Call Loudly to Attract Their V Companions. I All tho night birds aro noisy. They I cannot consort with one another In I happy companies as do tho warblers I and thrushes and finches, and sing and whisper, but must call loudly and long to one another in tho darkness. On coasts where petrels and certain other night-hunting seabirds abound. all day sitting on their eggs or hiding In burrows, you will hear no sound from morning till night, but after dark the air is filled with shrill cries. The loud, reiterated calling of the South- crn chuck-will's-wldow, and of Its I Northern cousin, are familiar. A I whlpporwill will sound Its cry sev.eral H hundred times In succession without H a pause. Owls hoot, or utter a harsh H sort of laughter, rarely pleasant to 9 listen to, and night-herons and bit- fl terns squawk and boom. Sweet songs fl occasionally heard In the darkness are 9 those of wakful day birds, as tho fl nightingale, or our own o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I 8 TRU TH. I k TRUTM llnil ' Issued Wooltly by HflHSi Truth Publlshlnu Company. HUH i Western Newspaper Union Hiilldlni;, 211 HI , South Wot Templo Stroot, HHB Salt Lake (Jlty. HHB' John W. Hughos, Editor and Manager MBUf Bnterod June 19, 190), nt Salt Lako City, Utiili 1W1 ns second-class mattor under not of Cow;ros OIBt of Maroh 3, 1879- HBBli Terms of Subscription. HBK ONB YKAIt tin ndvnnco) $2.00 ! SIX MONTHS (In advanco) 100 Ml THItKK MONTHS (In advanco) 7 Postmastoi'ssnndliufsubsorlptloiis toTltUTH B may retain 2 por oont of mibacription price ns commission. r If tlio paper Is not dosircd beyond tln date '' subsorlbod for, tho publication should bo JHBHb not I Hod by lottortwo weslisormoro before 8 tho torm expires. JRl Hm Discontinuances. HHjII Ilomember that tho puhlUlier must bo notl- SBM l find by loiter wliou u subsarlbur wishes liN HI paper stopped; all urrours must bo paid In HUB ' & Ilociiestsof subscribers to liavothrlr paper jD, mulled to a now address, to sceur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I TRUTH. 9 M (I ihit they exist for any other purpose an to minister to the pleasure and i lll" .neat on of a few moro or less dis- i 2 e members of a so-called doya 1 f !iiiv and the subservient tools of I Kusm that constitute the bureau ; rniv This sentiment found expres- inn in the recent characteristic re i rk of the Grand Duke Sergius, the k undo of the Czar, tho Govornor-Gcn- pni of Moscow and ono of the load fne spirits among tho reactionaries, when in speahing of tho domand of iim s-emstvos and tho mutterings of o Sr of Russia ho said: "These peasants think, I suppose, that litis sia exists for them as a dog docs for fleas." I While somo of tho autocrats, how ever are affecting contempt for tho nrotcsts and menacing unrest of tho ncople others are displaying their alarm by their almost frantic defences of the autocracy and by their strenu ous efforts to prove that a constitu tional government could not exist in Russia because of the Ignorance of tho people an ignorance, by f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I li. TjriT Tm MILITARY Kli flCiLD 0 BAND III A S.ZIMMERMAN MANAGER I Grand C hemic HMj TOMORROW HH SUNDAY f VENING CONCERT B VISITORS llB to our city should not IB fail to hoar tlio H Held H Concerts IH Evory Sunday Evening. H TICKETS ON SALE B ALU DAY SATURDAY H 40-PIECES -40 B AMUSEMENTS. B Salt Lhko Theatre Don Grcct's K IMuyois in "Evorymnn," mntlnco to- M cuy, performance tonight. HB Grand Theatre Hold's bund concert HHH tomorrow evening. HB Utahna Theatre Rellned vnudo- HB Coming Attractions. H Salt Lako Theatre Mnntolll Opera R Company, "11 Trovatoro," February HW 20; "Carmen" and "Fuust," Fob. 21. H Jofforson Brothers In "Tlio Rlvnls," H Fob. 22-211; William Collier In "Tlio H Dictator," Feb. 21-25. Kt Grand Theatre Black Patti. Feb. B 20-22; "Over Niagara Falls," Feb. 211- H Utahna theatre "Thclnin," week B beginning Feb. 20. HB Mjl "Bvorynian" and ovory woman, Hf '. too who has scon tho Hon Greet play- IK1 ers, now at tlio Salt Lako theatre, If HHK asked to express his op...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I TRUTH. 11 1 I ,imma will bo a monthly feature at " I ?he Utahna theatre. I qnnclard melodrama, at ten and i! .went" cents, will realize the fondest III of Mr. Gourloy's patrons and I! 0 enlarge the popularity of his I house. HARRY LE GRANDE. f JOTTINGS. You cannot eat your buckwheat cake and havo It, too because most buckwheats aro Imitations. Having $12 a week Ideas and $200 a week Income Is almost as bad as having $200 a week ideas and $12 a week income. I Do not criticise thoso who over- dress a fifty dollar saddle on a two B dollar horse makes the outfit worth m flftv-two dollars. m TelegraiTn' wires nviii last for forty I years near the sea-shore. In the 1 manufacturing districts the same wires last only ten years, and even less. u LOVELY WOMAN. B Would you hurt a woman most, aim 8 at her affections. Wallace. bbI " The more Idle a woman's hand the more occupied her heart. Dubay. H Let woman stand upon her female character as upon a foundation. Lamb. A woman's hopes are woven ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

12 TRUTH. i , CHATTER. 4-: gftgtt (HoltiB tho personal opinions of tlio uMi writer and for which no one else Is HI In any manner responsible). BBu Somo weeks ngo a wrltor for a BJB well-known health ningazlno contrih B utcd an arllclo en tho endorsement J of well-known alcoholic preparations ffi by emlnont people. Tho facts set out Hf wcro startling, to say tho least. Most BBV of tho dococtions advefrtised extcn BBY slvely contain from 17 to 29 per cent BBV alcohol, tho following being the threes BBV leading alcoholic mcdlcinos: Qrccno's Norvura, 17.2 per cent; Palno's Ccl BBpJ ory Compound, 21 per cent; Pcruna, BBV 28.G9 por cent. Over fifty members BBB of tho National Houso of Hcprcsenta BBB live? hao endorsed theso medicines BBB In 1 10 public prints, furnishing let BBV tors and photographs. Twelvo of tho BBV august mombors of tho United States BBV sonato, headed by that paragon of ox BBB collcnce, Hon. Chauncoy M. Dopow, BBB endorso Iloff's Malt Extract, Pcruna BBB and Ilayncr's...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

1 TRUTH. 13 1 1 I Lawyer's Directory. I For handy reference, Truth prints I IJ the Hst of Salt Lake's practicing I I awyers, with their addresses. If any 2 1 names are omitted, or if there arc any , 1 errors In the list, corrections and ad- t I ditions will be made on receipt of noti- j i ficatlon. I Adams Thos. 720 McComick Block. J 1 Son J. R.-B8 Hooper Block. - I AnJerso"; TJ.-58 Hooper Block I lu J, Jr., 7 nes. Ntl. Bk Bldg. J . I Sffin ,0..-74 ComM Block. ininl W H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. ' Booth Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. rnwcll Wm. 401 McCornick Block, notkin Theo.-153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R.-82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-431 D. F. Walker. Boyd C. W 604 McCornick Block. Bradley & Rischel 300 Atlas Block. Braffct, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel W. II. 401 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, I. R 69 Com'l. Block. , Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. j Brown, II. C 51G Progress Bldg. . Browne, T. E. 2G Com'l. Block. Buckle G. C 502 McCornick ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

W I 14 TR.U TH. I m I county of Salt Lako, stato of Utah, and bounded and particularly do scribed as follows, to-wlt: All of lot 10, block 2, Rico and Gel dor's first addition, said addition be ing a subdivision of lots 14 and 15, block 13, 5 aero pint A, Dig Flold sur vey, together with all and Blngular tho tenements, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto belonging or In any wlso appertaining. Purchaso prlco payablo In lawful money of tho United States. Dated at Salt Lako City, this 1st day of February, A. D. 1905. C. FRANK EMEHY, Sheriff of Salt Lalto County, Stato of Dy JAMBS COWAN, Deputy Sheriff. J. E. DARMEIt, Attorney for Plaintiff. O. II. Backman, Attorney, 32 S. Main St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estuto of Clara F. Heath Skowcs, do Creditors will present claims with vouchors to tho undersigned at tho of flco of 0. II. Backman, 32 S. Enst Tom plo St., Salt Lako City, Utah, on or boforo tho twelfth day of Juno, A. D. HENRY F. HEATH, Administrator of Estato of Clara F. Heath S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

1 TRUTH. T anHnr of the board of directors of ft nurlington Mining company, hold I Sho offlco of said company on the I i 97th day of December, A. D. 1904, an f a sSnt. No. 1. of one-half () II S one cent per sharo was by said 1 board levied upon tho capital stock of I said company, payable to tho secretary li thereof at Ills offlco at No. 70 West I second South street, Salt Lake City, I rrfdli on or before tho 16th day of I February, A. D. 1905. And any stock nnon which the said assessment may remain unpaid on tho 15th day of Feb ruary A D. 1905, will bo delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc tion and unless payment bo made be fore' will bo sold on tho 15th day of March, A. D. 1905, to pay said delin nucnt assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of m SfllGt V Uy order of the board of directors H of said company. Salt Lako City, Utah, Dec. 27, 1904. R. F. NESLBN, Secretary. ASSESSMENT NO. 2. Juno Mining Company. Principal place of business, Salt Lako ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

lT! . TRUTH. r II Goldfield-Guerdom 1 1 Stock in the I Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company I has been raised to I I THREE (3) CENTS A SHARE I I and will be again advanced in the near future I I IMPORTANT STRIKE IN G0LDF1ELD GROUP I Special to Tho Tribune: entirely distinct group from the one teen feet, the average values holding H Ooldflchl, Fob. 5. Ono of tho most Including tho January. Lessees there at about tho above figure. From ap- Wt Important strikes in tho history of the have opened a ledge from four to five poarances an important producer has I district has boon made on tho Cracker- feet In width that is all shipping ore. been developed In a section of tho dis Wk jack claim, of a group In the northern Tho aveiago valuo of tho oro shoot is trlct that has not heretofore contained i section of tho camp belonging to tho probably better than $300 per ton. Tho a shipper. It Is in this particular that H I Goldflold Mining company, although an vein hns been opened to a depth of fit- t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

W vji j I J Vol. 4; No. 24. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 25, 1905. Pkich 5 Cents 8 I "j FRAUDS BEING EXPOSED g Former Governor Wells last Tues S day told tho Investigating committee S of the house of representatives of the H forgeries of Brigadier General John HJ Q. Cannon, formerly adjutant general HJ of this state; formerly editor of the H Deseret News; formerly commander H of the national .guard; formerly secre HJj tary of tho St. Louis exposition com H mission. In the light of the revela j tlons of the ex-chlef executive it Is H little wonder that the hero of Sco Hj field and of Sunnyside has beaten a HE retreat and is now secluding himself H Bomewhere, because tho testimony H adduced at the hearing appears to be HE sufllclcnt to cause his arrest and pun- Ishment. H No one need marvel- that John Q. HJ has hiked away to other climes, for HI the atmosphere of almost any place j will be more congenial than that of HJ Utah. Ho is certainly up against it n and up against it hard. I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

2 TRU TH, I li J. tlon nnd only now voters will liavo to mlvA register. This plan would bo a saving hIMb ot cxPnso nn(1 a saving of troublo and HHI annoyance now Imposed upon quail- HW fled and previously registered voters. Hi; BHB For the general welfaro of all the DHI peoplo improvements In the roads, the HBB country roads as well as thoso of the HiBPl suburbs of tho cities, Is a crying noccs- lHt slty. The bill and the Joint memorial 1MB. for which Representative Roberts Is WHS sponsor should rccolvo tho careful and HJHK lavorablo consideration of tho leglsla- lB turo. Tho joint memorial is an endorse- HW ment of what 1b known as tho Brown- HW low bill In tho United States congress, HJHK providing for a national appropriation fflH of $24,000,000 to bo distributed among HBJpf tho states of tho Union according to HHB population for road building on condl- HljWf tlon that tho states, counties and VB towns to bo benefited ralso an equal HHH; amount to that which thoy rccolvo HHB from...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

I TRUTH. 3 hi " fj SOME ODD SIGNS. osea II qnuth Main btreot there n I 0e?estaurant, the proprietor most II is a CWneso ". dlf ants. II of which . as fa ueu ,lfI, q( ndiy II fcrenco between. ,n I tldlor has carried the following bit V? I 'Hnfwmatlon all week: "Nice Dinner hlch otwoTmau 'nPle- I eV the c& advertises "50c worth B Jnilar" Under certain clrcum- Lncos flfty cents is worth a dollar. I imMimes more. "Shoes shlned and I S S insTde" attracts attention to bootblack stand and causes one to Lnder who would have his shoes pol- IZi inside. A Main street cafo ad- B vertises "Sandwitches" among other . 'lands, while a State street caterer an- I nounces ho will sell "too eggs 15 n cents." o A few days previous to the recent H election J. Ogden Armour, head of the beef trust, declared himself in favor I of tho re-election of Roosevelt. In the v light of the recent activity displayed 'O. by Teddy in bringing that unlawful or- I ganization to taw it is fair to presume that J. Ogden...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

4 TRU TH. I & IN THE SOCIAL REALM. lilSlih On Monday evening tho Kenyan ho- Kgj to1 wnfl n Bccno of brilliancy and H beauty, tho occasion being tbo at- BB liomo given by Senator and Mrs. Suth- UJ erland In honor of tho members of the HE Utah legislature. From 8 o'clock un- HE til midnight guests were arriving anu Hln departing. Men and women in pollt- Hllj ical life, In business, the arts, eilu- Hfl f cators and social leaders wero well H represented. Tho host and hostess HI i were assisted in receiving their HI guests by Mrs. T. B. Ucatty, Mrs. HI Bonner X. Smith, Mrs. Samuel Pane, HI . Mrs. M. R. Stewart and Mrs. E. It. HBJ Sutherland. Refreshments wero H served in tho dining room, buffet style. H Tho reception rooms and tho corrl- BB dors were handsomely decorated, a Hfl fcaturo being a profusion of roses, HI carnations and other (lowers. The H; punch bowls wero presided over by BB, a bovy of young and pretty society H' girls, Including Misses Elizabeth Mc- EBB Intyrc, Edith ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

f TR.XJ TH. 5 M 19 "TTTldes tho particular director t6r II reCHnC It accounts in a great measure II making";'1" u gtock rccently e II fr,tfor ho "fredktions made in high ltj- II and for I Un,on Paclflc common fl "nnld sell at 150 before very long M " ha been generally expected in rt- m ,, ,nt that tho present year ar 1 uldseo an advance in "the dividend n1 hn heretofore, expectation has no ne B b anything above a 5 per cent 1,1 I '"I!,' such a development would ,n' I nrnbably he discounted by the preson. " I Sdco of the stock. Tho promise of p n S ner cent rate, however, comes from as SiBh auarters, and is amply justified l I Ef the earnings of tho system, par- h ficu arly in view of tho fact that the !T Kern Pacific may be put on a alv M S basis within the present year 0 I Siting in considerable "other in L S' for Union Pacific through its 3 I ownership of $90,000,000 Southern Pa IV rifle stock. The extreme weather of tne pas few weeks has, of course. Interfered considerably with U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

6 TRUTH. I I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evans cnior taincd Friday evening. Miss Helen Crawford was one of the hostesses at brldgo Wednesday after ' Tlio Press club's annual banquet Is set for March 4 and will bo one of tho coming 'ovonts. Mrs. William M. Bradloy entertained at an informal brldgo party Wednes day afternoon. Friday ovcnlng took placo tho sec ond dancing party of tho season, given by tho High School Alumni associ i . Mrs. Moody of Fort Douglas enter tained at brldgo Wednesday evening, complimentary to hor guest, Miss Hills of Huron. S. D. T. M. Schumacher, general traffic manager of tho Short Lino, with Mrs. Schumnchor, is In San Francisco, but will return In a week. Mrs. 13. D. Hammond entertained tho Ladles' Aid society of tho First Baptist church Thursday at hor homo, 378 Kast Third South street. Mrs. Bonapait of East South Tcm plo street was tho hostess oor tho Woman's Republican club Wednesday ovcnlng, nnd owing to tho day the meeting was ono of p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

I TRUTH. 7 '.J II fc L.A.AA flve ' IF YOU ABE GOING TO more HE -year Hj cerSi I Bl KANSAS CITY, -ft I , K ST. LOUIS, ,T 8 CHICAGO, 'not I I NEW YORK, they . Mil or any point wk. g EAST or SoUTH shea HJ ItC" H SEE THAT XOUtt TICKET anSr H READS ad- HJ (lay HJ .vwn t.,e I Missouri Pacific Railway fact H i to HJ Klogant Coacnes, Qulok Time, oil v HI and Superb Track make this line , ' the People's Favorite Route. 1,110 The only lino reaching Hot HI Springe, Arkansas, the Carlsbad of America. For maps, lnlorma- j tlon, etc., call on or address :':.! I H. C. TOWNSEND. ;c,r- 0. P. & T. A. am I ST L0U1S' M0, the B P fcl Time Table SAN PEDRO, LOS AHGBIES AND SALT LAKE 11. R. CO. DKl'AHT. rrom Oregon Short Uni Depot, Bait Lake City. ForProTO, Lehl, Falrnold and Merour, connootlng at Ncphl for Mantl and intermediate flJV - po nts on Sanpete Valley Ry.. OftAJ U Hi For Qarflold Beach, Tooole, Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka and Silver City (via Loamlng- 7, AC ton cut-on) ij a m For Provo, America...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

8 TRUTH. f id TRUTi HHUt Issued Weekly by BBff Truth Publlthlno Company. BHI1 Wcstorn Nowspaper Union Ilulldlncr, 211 SHi South Woit Tomplo Stroot, Salt Lnlto Ulty. Hi! John W.Hugha, Editor and Manager HHEk Kuterod June 19, 100), at Knit Lakd City, Utuli I n sncotid-clasa mottor uiidor aot of Coimreis Hr of March 3, 1810" BJBBI Torms of Subscription. RHP ONB YUAK (In advanco) $2.00 Bf SIX MONTHS (In advnnco) 1.00 TI1RUH MONTHS (In ndvuiico) 7.1 HBflf Poatmnatorssoiidliursubscrlptloiis to TRUTH BlBHB may retain 25 per cent of stibaoriptlon price BMBBH as oommlsalon. HHHH If tho paper Is not doslred bfyond tlin date HBHBJ subscribed for, tho publioatloii should bo BJBH notified by lottortwo weks or moro before MbBJI, tho term expires. HHBM Dlioontlnuonceo. HHHffl llnmember that the publisher must he notl Hffil lied by lotter wlion it subsorlbor wishes his B paper stopped; all arrours must be paid In JapB full. HBbI Uequests of Biibsorlbers to havo their paper HBH mitllodtoa now addros...

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