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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I 4 TRUTH I ggfg IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hig H Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherwood and H Mr. and Mrs. acorgo P. Botts have H gono for a camping trip in Ogdon H canyon. M Ot Ot I Mrs. Elizabeth A. Terrell has gono H to Santa Monica, Cal., to be absent H two months. B Ot 0 I Miss Linnlo Rutt Is on a camping H trip in Wyoming. Ot 0 H Mrs. E. .P. Scars and Miss Florence H Scars have returned from a .trip of H several months in tho cast. H O 0 I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harding and daughter aro visiting in Southern California. H Ot Ot I Stato Auditor and Mrs. Edwards H nnd famllv and Drlcham CIckc nnd H family aro In Provo canyon for a ten days' fishing trip. ot ot I Mrs. Gcorgo F. Goodwin has ro- H turned from Wisconsin, whero slio went in April on account of tho illness H of her mother, who has fully recovered H her health. H 0 0 I Thomas J. Tynan, superintendent of H public instruction in Wyoming, was in H tho city, a guest of Stato Superintend- H cnt A. C. Nelson. ot Ot H Mrs. Emma Clough announces th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

TRUTH S Ml A MOOD. (Dolores Watts.) A cold, drizzling rain. How steadily . the (Irojis fall to Mother Earth, as though they, too, had found relief In tears and sweet rest upon Nature's heart. At each gust of wind the dead leaves fall slowly, silently, and as 1 watch them my sorrow sinks deeper Into my heart. It Is a most melan choly feeling, and yet there Is an In describable sweetness about It, too. A fire Is smoldering In the grate, dark, cheerless. There Is no Indica tion of a live ember. It is tired, too. It Is sinking. We are In the same mood, so I draw my chair by It. After all thero Is a sweetness In this mute companionship. Thero Is a knock at my door. A visitor, no doubt. Oh, yes! I know ' hlln well. Ho Is very familiar In his " black garb, and as 1 take his extended hand In mine, I shiver, for It Is cold, oh, so cold. It Is Disappointment. He Is my friend. Wo have been such nl- ways. Ho takes a cnair uesiue mo L'' and gazes at me sorrowfully, yet kind- ' ly. Wo do not talk...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I 6 TRUTH I ifllAMUSEIVIENTSltll M Tho Orphcttm, fresh from the hands M of tho painters and decorators, will 1 open tho regular vaudovlllo season M next Monday night, Aug. 13th. While M last season tho Orphcum suffered from M tho fickleness of uncertain bookings m and attractions of dubious morlt, this M season things will bo different. Like B tho other Orphcum houses tho local M Orphcum will rldo tho vaudovlllo sea M with sails set and banners flying. The M Salt Lake house will bo a solid link In M tho Orphcum chain which has mado M that circuit famous for all that Is best M in modern vaudovlllo. Whatever Den- fl ver gets, whatovor Los Angeles gets M tho best coming and going Salt Lake M will rccolvo in rounded theatric meas- M uro. Goncral Manager Beck of tho Or- M pheum circuit has just returned from M Europo whero ho booked tho highest M class attractions known to refined M vaudovlllo. M Chicago, of courso, will sco tlicso M jlm-cracks first. They will then work M westward and S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I TRUTH 7 mj ! Agricultural College of Utah "Utah's Great Industrial School" Prepares Men and Women for Success in Life. Learning is wealth to the poor, nn honor to the rich, an aid to the young, a support and comfort to tho aged Bacon. COURSES OF STUDY: j AGRICULTURE Agronomy, Horticulture, An- ENGINEERING Mechanics, Surveying, Do- ' imal Industry, Veterinary Science, Dairying, Irri- signing, Inlgatlon, Sewerage, Hydraulics, Roads J gatlon and Drainage, Etc. nnd Pavements, Etc. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND ARTS Cooking COMMERCE Business Administration, Ac- and Dietetics, Sanitation, Hygiene, Sowing, counting, Banking .Transportation, Commercial Household Economics, Etc. Law, Stenography, Etc. I , MECHANIC ARTS Carpentry, Forging, Pat- GENERAL SCIENCE Comprising English, j tein Making, Carrlago Building, Foundry Woik, Mathematics, History, Economics, Modern Lan- , Machine Work, Etc. guages, Natural and Physical Sciences, Etc. Courses are also offered in Music, Art. Physical .Training and Li...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

' 8 TRUTH I TRUTM M Iuued Weekly by M Truth Publishing Company. H Western Newspaper Union Hulldliie, 241 H South West Temple Streot, H Salt Lake City H Jhn W. Hughsa, Editor andManagar H Entered June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah B as snoond-class matter, uuder act of Congress M of March 3, 1879' M Term of Subscription. H ONB YBAR (In advance) $2.00 H SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 M THKBK MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Postmasters lending subscriptions to TltUTH m may retain 25 per cent of subscription price H as commission. If the paper Is not desired beyond the date M subscribed for, the publication should he M notified by letter two weeks or more before H the term expires. H Discontinuances. H Remember that the publisher mustbeuotl- H fled by letter when a subscriber wishes his M ?af!T (topped; all arrears must be paid in H Requests of subscribers to have their paper M mailed to a new address, to secure atten- M tlon, must mention former as well as pres- M ant address. Address all c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

1 I .TRUTH 'jil THE BRYAN BOOM. The Republican and Gold Democrat ic papers that have been watching the ' growth of the Bryan boom with va rious emotions, ranging from concern to amusement, says the Literary Di gest, are now treating it with satire and waiting to see If It will last. Some declare that It has reached high-water mark, and is even now receding. They have examined his utterances abroad, found that the so-called "dead-Issues" are still alive to Mr. Bryan, and regard this discovery alone as sufficient to burst the bubble of his popularity. Even the New York Times (Dein.) which only a short while ago printed li a long and enthusiastic editorial about the "conservative" candidate, can on ly say In pathetic strain: It "The public began to hope that the f old, empty formulas had been for- gotten, the sterile doctrines aban- I doned, and that the dead Issues would be permitted to He undisturbed In the becoming drapery of their cerements, evidently some suspicion has entered I t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I 10 TRUTH I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL ' M Mrs. D. C. Jackllng entertained fl again Thursday In honor of her guest, 1 Mrs. A. C. Dickinson of Canyon City, 1 Colo. Brldgo was played at homo and M later the guests adjourned to the Attn B ciub, where a luncheon was served. M Prizes in tho gamo were won by Mrs. 1 C. It. Pearsall and Mrs. W. W. Arm- H strong. Tho other guests to meet Mrs. M Dickinson wcro Mrs. Robert J. Glen- M dlnnlg, Mrs. W. W. Armstrong, Mrs. H Adolph Dacr, Miss Mlnctte Bacr, Mrs. M Karl Ellors, Mrs. It. C. Gemmell, Mrs. H Frank B. Swindler, Mrs. William Mc- M Caskoll, Mrs. Sholdcn L. Butler and H Mrs. Gcorgo T. Brlco. H Cards havo been received announc- H Ing tho marriage of Miss Allno Yard, H daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yard H of Denver, to Collins L. Dec. Tho mar- H rlage took placo July 17 at Ocean H Park, Cal., and tho young pcoplo will H bo at homo at 22G5 West street, Oak- M & H Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong on- H tertalncd a party of eighteen Thurs- H dny evenin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

1 1 TRUTH 1 1 ;j SALT LAKE CIGAR STORE I BARNEY 0. HARVEY Proprietor FIN! LINE or KEY WEST, IMPORTED AND , DOMESTIC CIGARS 444 SO. BROADWAY LOS ANGELES I I ' .1 9ss Celia Sharp ! Hfc? Z7aeAroSPan I 53 Constitution Silock Ikrug'sI OMAHA BEER. Krug's "Cabinet" As nutritious as any English Port ers or Malt Tonics, and a Connoisseur's delight. Krug's "Extra Pale" Light, and mild, palatable, and appropriate on all occasion!. Either of the above brands deliv ered in any part of the city. The Old Resort, 276 So. Main St. ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor. Telophase I06I-Y. 2 m m Eilibllshid 1114 W. P. RISER, Mir. jj Henry Wagener Brewing Co. I I LAGER BEER & PORTER 2 m Special attention given to bottled m 1 m beer for family trade. Free I m delivery to all parts of m the city. 2 2 2 5 J office: g 74. E ST FIRST SOUTH 2 m PHONE 216. Write for our tree booklet DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION ot REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. SALT LAKE SECURITY & TRUST COMPANY, Salt Lalco City. THEATRES ON THE. COAST. I ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I 12 TRUTH H mmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmrii H "What It worth doing l worth doing well." I THE I F.W.GARDINER CO. I PRINTERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS I 216 So. West Temple St. I Salt Lake City. "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" H with all our wark. H SALTAIR TIME CARD. May 31st, 1906. fl eavo Salt Lake. Arrive Salt Lake. 10:30 a. m 1:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m 3:30 p.m. 3.00 p. m 4:30 p. m. 1 4:00 p. m 5:30 p.m. 1 5:00 p. m C:30 p. m. 0:00 p. m 7:30 p. m. 7:00 p. m 8:30 p.m. 8:00 p. m 9.30 p.m. B 9:00 p. m 10:30 p. m. 10:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m. fl 'Sunday last train leaves Salt Lake m at 9:00 p.m. Sunday last train leaves Saltnlr at i0:00 p. m. M Depot First South and Fourth West fl streets. M Fair for round trip, 25 cents. H J. E. LiANQFURD, Lessee. H DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD 1 CUIUIENT TIME TABLE, H In Effect June 3, 1000. H LEAVE SALT SAKE CITY. H No. 10 For Ileber, Provo M ' and ' Mnrya vale ... SiOOn.m. H Jo. 112 For Bingham SilOnjn. B io. 102 For Park City SUBnjn. No. 6 For Denver and East SiOOa.m. No. 13 Fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

I TRUTH 13 'I 1 Lawyer's Directory. I Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. 'I Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial .1 Blk. Ashworth, T. F., 312 Dooly Bldg. ,R j Backman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main 1 St" V Bagley, B. M 31C Deseret News Bldg. i Bagley, J. A., 404 Tompleton Bldg. I Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Deseret Natl. tfk. if Bldg. yl Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial 1 Blk. p Bierer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auorbach Bldg. ! Bird, W. H., 401 Scott Bldg. I Booth & Leo, 500-502 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdle, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & Pischel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. Braftett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. 'jfr Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. F. Wal ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, H. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 2C-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon, Irvine & Snow, 512-514 Tern- pleton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrington, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

W l4 TRUTH ' HJ (ion of the Hiilc of t ho following do- HJ scribed real cstiito of tho decedent, HJ to-wlt: HJ Part of lot 8, block 55, plat "A," Salt HJ Lake City survey; commencing at the HJ northeast corner of said lot 8; thenco HJ south two and one-half (2'A) rods; HJ thenco west ten (10) rods, thence HJ north two and one-half (2) rods; HI thence cast ten (10) rods to tho place HI of beginning, sltuato in Salt Lake HI county, Utah. Hi For tho sum of $2,703.00 and upon HI tho following terms, to-wlt: Cash up- HJ on confirmation. HI As appears from tho return of sale, HI filed in tills court, has been set for HJ hearing on Saturday, tho 25th day o! HI August, A. D. 100C, at 10 o'clock a. m., HJ at tho County Court House, in the HH court room of said court, In Salt Lake HH City, Salt Lako County, Utah. HH Witness the clerk of said court witl HH seal thereof affixed, this Stli day ol HH August A. D., 190G. HI J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., HH (Seal.) Clerk. HH By Wi H. Farnsworth, Deputy Cler...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

. Truth: ir . i Worth of the Whipping. A farmer, whose fruit orchards had been very r '.:n robhed, caught a boy up one of his trees. "Come down, you young rascal!" shouted the owner. "No fear j not while- you're there," replied the '-rchln. "Well, I'll wait till you do." "All right," said the lad. They had waited about an hour, when an Idea occurred to the boy. Snatching an apple, ho took a steady j aim, and lilt tho old farmer or. the ! head with It. "Hullo, what's up now?" "It's just this. I'm fiim to keep poltin' till every applo's o tho treo un less ye promise not to t .ch me, f r if I'm gaun to get a hldin' I'm gaun to havo me sport for it. What d'yo say?" Tho owner of tho property had to agree. o Unweatherly. The Cloud Compeller finished read ing his rerorts and turned to tho winged messenger who fluttered in attendance beside him. "Tell Bo eas he'll have to puff up a bit," he said. "The Oldest Inhabitant hasn't sneer ed at tho weather for a month." Puck. Familiar. Six-year-ol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 August 1906

16 TRUTH 1 I Burlington I Excursions I TO THE EAST I This Month B Splendid opportunity to visit Detroit, Buffalo, Niagara fl Falls, Toronto and the Canadian cities on the St. Lawrence. B Thro' standard and tourist sleeping cars to Chicago daily fl and similar service East. M Let me help you arrange a vacation trip East. All infor- M mation as to connecting lines, points of interest en route, etc., M will be furnished on application to 1 IpWImI R" F' NESLEN' General Agent, lllllllllimilllll 79 w- Socond South Street, Salt Lako City, Utah. M The Local Merchant Advertisers la the boat Judge of advertising generally And people who buy thingB H toIiia nf ttin various wnnlrlv rmnnrn ln tn0 mot reoDtiva. mood in the value or the various weekly papers 8Urrounding8 of Home and Family m in this City. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays best. The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; H for him is the best paper for the experienced advertisers know t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

1i I , Vol. 5; No. 49 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUG. 18, 1906. Price 5 Cents I ' Open Letter to Justice W. M. McCarty To Justice "W. M. McCarty of the Supremo Court: As you have made Truth the excuse for your tirade i against Senator Sutherland and the I Republican party and as open letters have become fashionable, Truth has decided to write you an open letter, In your open letter to Senator Suth erland you charge Truth with wag ing a campaign of falsehood, slander and abuse against you and further charge In substanco , that Senator Sutherland controls Truth and that It was at his Instance that tho alleged campaign of falsehood, slander and abuse against you was waged. Truth absolutely denies that It ever pub- lished anything about you that was ' j not true. Truth never at i any tlmo slandered or abused you. Tho truth often hurts and you are evidently writhing under Its stings. Wo further say In the most posi tive manner that Mr. Sutherland never had any Interest In or con- " trol or th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

I 2 truth: 1 H nejtlipr respect for or confidence in H you. You ought to tender your rcslg- H nation forthwith, and enter Into a political partnership" with Chief Jus H tlco Dartch. H You hnvo been playing a double H game. You have i)rctondeil to be n 1 republican when In reality you are H ono of Tom Kearns' "Americans." You H havo been a spy and a traitor. You H havo n right to bo a Kearns' "Amcrl- H can," but no right to bo a spy and a H traitor. Your arroganco is unbounded. You were the. "ward boss" down in M the sago brush country where you M canio from and you have gono on the H rocks by thinking you could boss things at tho capital of the stato and M at (he capital of tho nation ns you M bossed them in Sanpete. H o ' TRUTHS. B Judge McCarty Is such a friend to the fl Hepublican party that after much per- M Huaslon ho agreed to give $25 to tho n campaign fund in tho general election M two years ngo. Tho money has not M yet been paid. M The Salt Lako public schools will not open...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

1 TRUTH I j SCENT OF THE HAWTHORN. (A Reminiscence.) Dolores Watts. "The hawthorn buds, That ope in the month of May." Longfellow. It Is only a spray of hawthorn bios- soms, lying loosely in a small vase f, "" on my desk, yet tho perfume, the ! faint, sweet perfume, fills my soul I with longing for tho days that will j come no more. ' Tho passing breezo cools my fever ish cheeks with its wooing caress and my thoughts wander idly back to the happy days when I was a child. Again I see, in my mind's eye, the j old stone church of St. Barnabas, J standing so silent among tho grass i covered graves. I hear the sweet, low , twittering of tho birds as they flitted in and out of tho Ivy-covered belfry. Again I am a child, standing alone I ' In the aisle of the old church, gazing in adoration, at the pictures of the , ' saints In tho orlolo stained windows I and then there is wide years of space. i But Memory, dear white haired old Memory, whispers of a sweet ,baby faco I loved so well. Oh h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

I TRUTH I I I gH IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg I m : M Miss Edith Hobbs was the hostess M Monday at a Kensington given In fl honor of Miss Susan Sawyer, whoso 1 marriage will talco placo sonio time In M the autumn. Tho guests Invited to M meet Miss Sawyer wcro Miss Hollls- M tcr Hancock, Miss Helen Boxrud, Miss M Rao Evans, Miss Bcatrlco Davis, Mrs. fl William Druchl, Miss Mamlo Sapplng- U ton, Miss Alexander of Nebraska, Miss M Patten, Miss Bessie Crumby, Miss M Bob Ellcrbcck, Miss Graco Swnnson, fl Miss Lorcno Lcary, Miss Inn a Stow- m nrt, Miss "Traddlcs" Patterson and M Miss Florcnco Grant. & M Tho marriage of Miss Jean Alford, fl daughter of Mrs. M. R. Alford of this M city, to Ray F. Brandon, took placo In M Tacoma last week. Tho groom Is a M Utah man, being tho son of .Tudgo H Brandon of Center villc. Mr. and Mrs. W Brandon nro at homo for the present H in Tacoma. M Mrs. Charles G. Plummcr enter al talncd at a house party at her Brlgh M ton homo- for Miss Beth Ward, who H leaves...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

TRUTH I I VvHY I BECAME A SOCIALIST. (By J. G. Phelps Stokes.) I have long been a believer in the philosophy of socialism. Hitherto 1 have refrained from co-operating wKh the Socialist party, owing to the in tense bitterness and 111 will manlfestcJ by many Socialists toward nearly all persons who approve and support tho capitalist system and owing to what seemed to mo tho gross materialism, economic and otherwise, of very many 1 Socialists. I have long recognized that material welfare alone is insufficient oml that material things are valuable only in so far as they aro means to Hie and to tho attainment of happiness nnd righteousness. 1 failed to see that the bitterness and ill-will referred to woro in -any way chargeable to tho socialist phi losophy, but wero tho result of monop oly, extortion and oppression habitu ally practiced by prominent beneflclar- ies of tho capitalist system. It has required a vast amount of ac cumulated evidence to convince mo that it is, and for a long t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

I 6 TT? TTTTT I I AMUSEMENT8 M When Manager Jennings dropped m the Hag at tho Orpheum, Monday H night, everybody shouted or wanted H to "they'ro off!" With a box ofllco H coining money all through the week, H with u now manager in the saddle, H with new decoratelvo' trimmings and M walls slightly odorous with fresh paint H the Orphcum started at a winning H pace Tor tho vaudevlllo sweepstakes M of 190G-7. Tho auditorium, last Mon- H day night, was, rcllcctlvo of an nu- H dlcnco wise to the good things of the H footlights. All tho boxes were filled. H In the south boxes wcro a number of H directors of tho Orphcum company, H peering over tho house and counting H prospectivo dividends. Opposite, in H nn upper box, was a bevy of girls clad H In whilo and so fitting into tho color H schemo ns to creato a pleasing sym- laughter every monologist does this, however. Without formally starting a compotltivo examination, I place Geo. Lavender at tho head of the Orpheum class, this week. Tho My...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 August 1906

TRUTH 7 I POPULAR TALKS ON LAW. Copyrighted, 190C, by William C. Spraguo, president The Sprague Cor respondence School of Law. Contracts. As we have learned, In order to con stitute a contract there must "be an offer and an acceptance. The offer need not be to nny partic ular person, but may bo made to the public in general. An instance of this is an advertisement of a reward offered. An acceptance in such a case is necessary in order to make a contract, and the acceptance must be with a knowledgo of the offer. In such a case the contract Is executed by the act Itself. Tho person accept ing need not notify the person making the offer. Tho offer Is accepted by his going ahead and doing the work or performing tho act An offer made to tho public may be withdrawn before it is acted upon, and 9 if the offer was made by advertise ment, withdrawal may be so made, and the mere fact that the person per forming tho act did not see the ad vertisement withdrawing the offer does not entitle him ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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