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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 2 April 1920

FRIDAV, APRIL 2, 1920 THB SUN PRioL, UTAIt EVERY FRIDAY PAGE SEVEN bIH Why Do We Advertise Not becauso yon don't know us for you do. Not bccausa yon don't realko the Bplendld values rs offer in general merchandise for yon do. Not becauso you don't know that economical buying is mado exceptionally easy at our store for you do. Not becauso you don't know that our stocks are the most eompltta in this cntiro community for you do. You know all of these things becauso you know us But there is a reason why wo advertise It is because 70U read tho advertisements in the local papir. When you turn to ita col urns you look for our advertisement you expect to find it. You want to know what our now arrivals arc you want to know what specials wo are offering you want to tako advantago of what looks especially good to you. That is why we advertise. Keep right on reading our advertisements from week to woek. They will tell you many things they will savo you many dollars. Everything to eat, wear tid ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 2 April 1920

Hj PAGE EIGHT THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY fRIDAY rRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1020 i GOAt WILL GO HIGHER SLACK 1$ UP NOW OTHERS SOON BBfl rrnnrliutfd ) r in Togc Hit ) BB road official now are rnilcnonnfr to BB ffathtr ii t lie nutmnoliilp car nnd lo BB w tlietn for I lie urHsp for winch BBJ thpy were built BB Tli total on I put of coko produced BvJ in byproduct oons in 1010 was 23,-' BBI 171,000 not ton, a decreaw nit com BBJ pared with 1018 of 8J7.000 ton, or BBI 1.2 par wnt. The of feet of tlio !c-1 BBB eliiM in demand for byproduct cokol BBB tixm production whs largely counter- BBB acted nr 'k completion of mnn nci BBB plants. The rate of production wns BBB higher during January, Kcbninn nml BBB Marsh iban during the remainder of BBB Hi year. BBB The Utah Coal and Coke rnmpnn BBB thrmijrh Duncan MacVichic, its man BBB nirer, baa rciHtrted to the stale lionrd BBB nf eqnalisatlnn tlmt the alue of tit BBfl real eatate lmbling in Carlton r 'lints flBJ i $306,9115, while surveyors' outfit' BBfl a...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

I mbtJS h new candidate. ' UEW YOHK, April 4fc For the? K first time tlio nnmo of rttnegro lins ME been placed In nomination Totn niche J in the lmll of fntno nt New York Unt- fl vcrtity'sUnivcrsitv Heights gf jfl It i thnt of the Into Frederick , flf Ins, who for nmn ,enrs was rcgfStnTF HI of tho treasury nt Washington, D. ('. HE Wet! J ln announcements either nv printed or engraved Tho Sun 1TIALIANS IN MOVE FOR I BETTER AMERI- I CANISM H CLUB UNDER FORMATION IN H CARBON COUNTY, Mff Prominent Citizens of Italian Natlv- HH Ity Bohlnd Movement Looking to fl Natnralliaticn and Amcrkanlza- K tton of AU Italians in thli County BV, Another Meeting Called. BS Henry Hugger, of the state Am- B oricnnUntlon committee of tlio Am c ' crienn legion, rejtorts thnt on Knitter Sundny n meeting wns held nt which BV It mi decided to orgnnlra n eluli ox Bj cluiivcly for tho Italian of thin a county, to Ito coiled "Itnllnn Amcrl Bj ennirnthm Club of Cnrlton County." By Tcmjvornry offiecni of thin move...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

H PAGE TWO THE SUN. PRICE. UTH EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1920 I A WORLD REBUILT H By the Golden Rule H not by the rule of Gold THIRTY denominations of the Church arc uniting in a simultaneous campaign in the week of April 25th- H May H They aro uniting becnuso the task before the Church is too great for any one denomination; because there must be H no duplication of effort; no waste. B These churches know that the world needs many things; B but it needs Faith most of all. B They know that there can be no final solution of our B economic problemn that is not a spiritual solution, based H on the teachings of Jcsub Christ and His Golden Rule. B They have had tho courage to survey the whole task, B and to ask for a budget large enough to sustain (1) tho BBBl work abroad, (2) tho work at home Including tho church's i BJMVJ part in the huge task of Americanization, (3) the colleges BBBJ and (4) hospitals supported by the Churches, (5) the rcll- BBBb gious training of the young, and to...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

TRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1920. THE SUN, PRICE, UTAII-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE THREE . . . 1 UNITED STATES ARMY I gMuilder of I 'e3MrJ lm1 H Iml The Fourteen Arms GfT v , a The Recruiting Sergeant can give you tho C- -5. h-u--. k4V-cs ... . N. information that will help you decide H ' ju -i r t 'j. thud tt-uj onn a.. J,'!!,- ' which branch fits you best In all of them 'TEN years agO it Was HE United States Army is open you will get the fine training as a soldier I necessary for the United X for enlistments today. It wants t united States offers all its menin ; JL States ArmV tO arlie no inferior applicants; it seeks young many branches you can get highly spec- ! ' men into its ranks. men of character and purpose; and feiteed training. h it promises thOSe yOUng men that INFANTRY Tho men who havo mado tho namo of H But, today the Army like the term of their enlistment will be TV;SSih rl-" M every other great university fruitful years. tm and good training in any school at u post youo to. jjh points w...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

H PAGE FOUR THE SUN, PRIOE. UTAH-EVERY FRipAY FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. H timed Kvery Friday Ity Sun Publish- H Ing Co. tine ) 11. W Crockett, Mgr. H Subscription, $2 00 the Year. Office M Phone No 9, Ilesldence, No. 133M3. H Bntered nit Second-Class Mnll Mat- H ter, June 4, 1916, nt Pnstofflre nt Price, 1 Utah, Under the Art of March 3, 1879. H ADVUIITISINO IIATIM. HH Dliplay Mntter Per Inch lor Month, Bfl 81.20, Slnglo Imuc. 40c. Special Po- B iltlon, 2$ Per Cent Additional. H Legals Ten Cents the Line Bach In- H sertlun. Count Six Words to Line. H Summon, $12.50; Water Notices, H 116.00; Final Proof, 110.00; Coal H Bntry, 112.10. H Readers Ten Cents the Line. Count M Six Words to the Line, lllackfnco H Type Fifteen Cents the Line. H Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Hesolu- H tlons, Kir., nt Half I .oral Heading H Xotlco Kates. Count Six Words to H the Line. 1 Adtets. For Hale, For Kent, Found, H Lost, Htc , One Cent per Word Bach K Issue. No Charge Accounts. H Address All Communications...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

1 TRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1920. THE B U N, PRICE. UTAH EVERY TR ID A Y PAGE FIVE I 'M WE HAY SUPPLY CALI- F0RN1ANS THEIR MEATS , THEIR LOCAL SUPPLIES ARE DWINDLINQ RAPIDLY. Hoe Raising In tho Imperial Valley Hag Fallen to Such a Degreo That Outsido Supplies Must Bo Sought Utah a Natural Field Our Op portunity Seems at Hand. "The livo slock interests of the in toni'mintnin emintry mm hnvn tliu greatest ojtM(rtunit they ev.-r ii-up find eir oer will hai, t seouu lie bi1noM of the southwest,' t!ct Inrinl Tliomns Austin, jiiwident of th Bilt !.hko Union Slorkynrds iiiuip my, mi ills return from a trip to (lis lMmfie Const. "The packers of Uta Anolw. Cnln., nro looking to this nmrket for tlielr supply, nnd if our stookmon nro nwnkc to the possibilities thesn jxtck , era will never go furthor. They wnnt to buy in Utnh, nnd they will buy here, if we nre nblo to supplj their demands, which are inrreflmtiK rapidly. The val ue of such n busmemt to Kail Uke C!ty ean onl be roughly estimated, but It s...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

bIsV H PAOB SIX '" THE SUN, PRIOE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. GOAL PRICES EXPECTED I TQJISE M (CoHrlmlod I'rotn I'KRe Two ) M editorial emiimont, nnd will cnilmuor M to lirlitfc members nf the niwicintion H into tloMf n,iiiwtli in iMilloy mid M nolfon. The mers ntut diwttwtons B during tho ronu'tition wore of n mod B helpful cimraclcr ntid brought n nht- m Hide iNl6rlmngc nf iew nnd npin- B ion. Altiwtither ImiIIi tin ronxentioti B nnd th fmnquet vn linpin sue- M cam. M THREE IMPORTANT BILLS 1 ARE BEINO CONSIDERED H WHtddiiKl'Hi, I) (' , di)Mlr he (if n M fpw da.vii hrii Miitioimpc llmt Sciiflliir M I'l-flliighnymMi nf N'om .lerncy, rhnir- M limn of the kviihU' kiiIi romtmtler on B owl, bM intnidnefd three bill in- B tended to Htm1iie ronl )rodiirtion 1 nnd iiirtrilmlitin the cr around. Hie B hetMtor predietit the inwwiirw if mm- m ed will mho the Ainerienn ieode $1,- H 000,000.01)00 n ,nir. The hills pro- H iil for: B Pir( Itttpttnl nf federal fuel eon- H tnd under th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

miDAY. APRIL 9. 1020. THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE SEVEN fU ONLY Real Sales Tho greatest sales of the year are going on at these stores every day, They commenced January 1st and will end December 31st and then another year of sales will begin. Thcso sales are in force six days of every week. Thcso aro real sales the only kind of sales that really count whero real values aro obtained for every penny spent. Evory day is a salo day, and every article we sell is down to tho salo price. We buy for cash take advantage of all discounts and glvo you better values tho year round than any socallcd "special sale" can. Evory artlclo from these stores a bargain. Everything to eat wear and use. WASATCH STORE CO. Winter Quaiters. Clear Creek, Oastlo Gate and Sunnyslde. Carbon Fuel Co. Miners and Shippers of Lump, Nut, Slack and Assorted sizes of COAL Of tho Very Highest Grades. Best for Furnaces, Stoves, Household snd Other Uses. MINES AT RAINS, CARBON COUNTY, UTAH. L. F. RAINS President...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 9 April 1920

H PAGE EIGHT THE SUN, "RICE, UTAH EVERY TRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1920. H PROFESSIONAL H DR. E. F. OHAMBERLAIT H J'lijdU Inn mid Surgeon H Office, Slhngnl Itlock, Hciildence, H North Seventh Street, Price, Utah H DR. R. E OLOWARD H Hjc, itiir, Noo milt Tliront H Over Price Cntninertlnl nml Savings PPH Hank. Office hniirit hy appointment. H 1'lllCB. UTAH H DR. n. B. OOETZMANN H Dentin H Permanently located Over the Prlco H Commercial Ilnnk B PltlCK, UTAH H DR. SANFORD BALLINQER H DrntWt H Mile llulldlng Price, Utah H DR. T. J. ANTON j Drill Ut H Heems 9 nml in. Hllvnunl liultdlnit, H 1'ltICK, UTAH H STEWART, ALEXANDER ft H CANNON H Allortio)i-At-I.nw. 1 Illeventh floor the Dccrct National H Bank HulMlnR, &l tjike fit), Utah H Hllvnitnl llulldlnir Prlcn, Ltnh H L7a.McQEE i H Atlonicy.Al.Ijiu, nrnimn B nntl D, Bllvnitnl Illtlg H PltlCK, UTAH I H FERDINAND ERIOKSEN , H Altnniry-At-Iaw. 1 717 JiiiIro llulldlnR H 8AI.T IAKB C1TV, UTAH H FREDERICK E. WOODS H Attonicy-Al-Invr. Iteomi 14 n...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

LISTEKINO TO MARS. LONDON, Apr. 0. DeginnTng mid night, April 20tb, throughout the suc ceeding two or threo dnya thousand of wireless operators in nit pnrts of tho gloho will strnin every none, espcciall) their ears, in nn e ,t3fu to catch nnv message Hint Mr sgftL bo sending to thin plnnet A If you ran ho successful without be ing swelled up jcu ore more limn a SUCCOR I OUR DELEGATION WINS OUT OVER OPPO SITION UTAH WATER SHOULD BE USED FOR UTAH LANDS. Coast City In Opposition to Resolu tionUtah's Own Show That a Llttlo Head Work Will Solve the Problems of Ouray Resenrolr By Construction Higher Up. Gov. Simon Ilnmbcrgcr, who re lumed Sunday night from Is Ange la, Cnla., where lio nttended tho nn mini com cut Ion of the League of Southwest State, any tlint the meet ing did nn important thing in going on ncnnl in fnor of tho gn eminent reinstating land that had liceti with drawn for tho Otint (Utah) resor olr site. Tho reinstatement was fn ored, tho pivonior ihi)s, unless it ran he sh...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

H FACE TWO THE SUN, PRICE, UTAII-EVERY TRIDAY fRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. ILLINOIS DOCTOR TESTIFIES H lias Never Known Any Medicine As H Good As Tanlac. H Dr. II. II. Klrier, with offieM nt 4in BBB Shrndski building, Peorio, Ills., who BBH has been in netie practice fur over BBB forty years, says: "Mcdlnit science BBH tins never before produced n medicine BBB Hint tiring result like Tanlac. 1 have BHj been iniorililliK it mine How w itli BBBj remarkable1 results. Personal!," I hod BBH suffered fur years front stomach BBfl trouble nnd rher.mnlism and Imd de- BBB votHl my best thought IrvitiR to find BBB rollaf lint to no nvnil. After entinp, BBH gas would fonn in my stoiiutrh mid BBh nffcet my lionrt, causing poor m.i ul i- BBj tlttn, mid hands nnd fvvl, dizrint, BBh peculiar feolltigs, terrible headaches BBH and eratM. Tito rheurnaslim (Mined BBH me so I eiMild hardly stand to more BBH my Inn or arm. BBB "1 bud h imlient wlm Imd also miN BBBj fered for )ir with the wmc trouble BBBj as m...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

i H TRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. THE SUN, PRIOE, UTAH EVERY FRIDA PAGE THREE H MHO YOUNG WOMAN WINS IN ARMY ESSAY GONTEST AWARD ANNOUNCED BY MAJOR A. R. EMERY. Not Only the Silver Oup Given to Miis Elsio Coleman, But Her Paper Goes Back to Washington, D. 0, Where It Is to Bo Considered By Secretary of War and By Others. Announcement mis inndo Inst Sat urday by Major A. It. IJmcrj, com inninlInK officer of the Knit Irfikc t'itj district recruiting stntions, tlmt MIm Klsio Colcmnn, twelfth grmlo, Idaho 1'nlls, Ida, has been awarded first jilnco in the district for writing tho best oiway on tho nnportunltletf offered in tho United Ktnlcs army. The committee juilfrnis; in the district was ciini)osei of flot. Simon llnm berRer of Utah, (low I). W. I)als of Idaho, C. 1' Stillmnn, n Knit Ixk.t county commissioner j Hnmilton Oar Oner, state commander of the Ameri can Legion, and President Ony C, "Wilson of Latter-day Mnints UnKer ulty, and Major Knicry. Miss Colo man won over nltout n hundred ot...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

I PAGE FOUR THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVSRY FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 Ittued Uvorr Friday Ily Sun I'ubllsh- H ItiK Co One ) 11 W Crockett, Mgr Subscription, (2 00 the Year Office Phone No 9, lleslilence. No 113M2. H i Bntereil n Second-Class Mull Mat- tcr, Juno 4. 191. nt l'ostofflre at 1'rlco, M Utah, Under tlio Art of March 1, 1879. H ADVUHTlSIMl HATISS. ! DUttlar Mutter Per Inch per Month, J1.5B; SltiRto lMue, 40c Special l'o- B tltlon, 28 Per Cent Additional LegHl Ten Cent tho I.lno Haah In- H sertlon Count Six Words to Line. Summons, tlt.te, Wnter Notices, tlMS; Final Proof, $10.00, Coal H Hntrj, $120. Headers Ten Cents the I.tne Count 81 Words to the Line lilackfaco H Typo fifteen Cents tho Lino Qbltosrles, Cards of Thanks ltesolu- thin, Btc. at Half IochI Mending H Notice Ilate Count Six Words to H the lln. H Adlets, for Bale, Kor Kent. Found, 1 Lost, Klc, one Cent per Word Kneh j I(ue. No Charge Accounts. Hj AditreM All Communications to H SUN PUBLISHING GO., B Prico, Utah. H...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

FRIDAY, APRIL 1G. 1920. THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE FIVF ,' H . We Will Figure Any Job of Plumbing or Heating Large or small, that will give you en tire satisfaction. We carry a large supply of Pipe, Valves, Elbows, Tees, Unions, Faucets, Hydrants, Sinks, Lavatories, Toilets, Range Boilers, Soil and Sewer pipe WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Galvanized Pipe, 1-2 in., per ft. .8V&C Galvanized Pipe, 3-4 in., per f t . 1 lc ""Hydrants that bury four feet. $9.65 Hose Bibbs 1-2 in. size 1.25 Large line of Sherwin-Williams Paints, Varnishes and Stains. All shades Kalso mine. We have a few Stoves and Ranges that we will sell at cost to make room on our floor. Our line of Rakes, Hoes and Shovels will meet your approval for price. Just try us. You want to prepare now for that PIPELESS FURNACE. We have them in our show room. Competent mechanics for your service. Repair work promptly attended to. We want your patronage and extend an invitation to trade with us. C. R. LEWIS Phone 178 Price...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

M PAOBSIX THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY F FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1920. UTAH MINES BREAKING ALL RECORDS, SAYS CRAWFORD H MEN MAKING GOOD MONEY AND H CONTENTED. H Of tho Elghty-Flvo Per Oont Full m Timo Most of tho Product of tho H State Coming From Carbon County H . Output tho Country Over For M This Season Is Most Encouraging. M Ccwl wines of Utnli, in npite of the M slnoking up of vvcirk that uwinlly M oomos with tho nilvent of spriiiK, nre H still working nhout 86 per cent nf H miriflfll enitnritv, it m rcjiorlecl ly H .John Cntwfonl, slnte ml mine in- H KiMjetor. Tlic Jmitinry owl pniiluc- m linn, Crawford sens, broke (he L'tnh B rcenril. That of I-ebrtinry was sliniMl B equally hh pxiil. nml lnl nrtunlly H lirwik tho rwonl fur daily inidurtion H sustained for n month. Thnt in to say, H while mure coal vvh produced in .Inn- H unry tlinn the l'tnh initios hnd ccr H lwforo irodtircd in one month, they H put out moru conl per dny during Kelt- M munry thnn thej did even during H Jiimm...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

m ritlDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. THE SUN, PRIOB, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE SFVrw H I Our Prices Protect You The keen competition in all lines of merchandise forces dealers to place on their goods the lowest possible prices. Our prices pro tect yon in this way. Our goods are all marked in plain figures and every article in our stocks is absolutely one price to everybody. We use no secret trade mark. When you buy an article from us you are suro of two things i you aro getting it at tho lowut price possible, and your neighbor would have to pay the same prlco as yourself. This gives absolute ' protection to all. Trade whore tho prlco protects. Everything to eat, wear and use. WASATCH STORE CO. Winter Quarters, Clear Creek, Castlo Qato and Sunnyslde. Carbon Fuel Co. Miners and Shippers of Lump, Nut, Slack and Astorted slies of COAL Of tho Very Highest OradM. Bott for Futomm, StovM, Housohold and Other Uses. I MINES AT RAINS, CARBON COUNTY, UTA1I. L. F. RAINS President and General Manager. General...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 16 April 1920

I PAGE EIGHT "' 'TTHE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY TBIDAY ' fRIDAY, APRIL IP, 1B20.. I I UTAH MINES BREAKING I ALL RECORDS, SAYS I CRAWFORD ' H (Concluded Prom I'nge Fix ) Bj of woter from nil tinnnmed spring in H tho SHino vicinity with rluc!i tu Irrl- H (thIo sixty HCr. H I'ricm of eofil lmvo jfone up niul the H fuel limine in 1'oentello Iim incrcns- H oil nearly 60 per cent in tlio iwst few H veek, stated Fred Whitney, branch H manager of the Hock Spring Con) H rotnHiny, with hcadqunrtera in tlio H Idaho dly, Ht Zion Inst Monday. H Tlio freophnne, n device Ity wlriclt M telephone conversations mny bo ron- H ilitrttnl through n hnlf-mllo of solid Hj nek, now has been nmdd praclionlilo H for mm in mine rescue work, the Unit- H ed States bureau of mines minotinre. H The Koophone wn inventeil liy tlio French during the war for use in 1 trench and underground fighting. B Word ntme liy telephone Thursday H mum of n serious nreident hcrnlling M Van Aeord, who was employed in the H Cnstlo Onto...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 30 April 1920

BLANK PAPER OR PRINTED? Tho blank paper when purchased in driblets -ns is gcnornlty elono costs about tlic snmo ns handsomely printed stationery If joit use printed sin tionerv thorp is no chance for your correspondent to maho mi error Bj your nnmc or nddross And in ndg tion, it is more businesslike. It is t&L firoper thing to do Tnlk to us nbout t nnd let our stntionery tnlk for you. Tho Hun I REPUBLICANS TO HAVE! METHODIST DIVINE - OFFICIATE REV. RALPH 0. JONES OP PRICE CHAPLAIN. Tor Reasons Not Given Elder NophI Ji. Morris of Zion Declines Honor Conferred On Him By Chairman Welsh and the H'ato Committee Some Delegates Coming SnnJay, Rev Hnlph C .Tones, pastor cf the Methodist church at I'rirc, is to prnv for tho republican onventions nnd tho elclegntes thereto when theso con vene nt 1'rico next Mondny Nophi Ti. Morris, chnplnin, notified Arthur .7. Lee, the committcomnn for Cnrlxm county, durinir tho past week thnt he could not net in this enpneity. Lnter Leo nrrnnged with th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 30 April 1920

M PAGE TWO THESUN, PRICE, V TAH EVERY FRIDAY TRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1020. MUSCLES FELT AS IF TIED m Simply Wonderful What Tanlac Did H For This Man. H "If anybody Imd told inn llint Tan- H Ino eotild do fur mo what it tins done B I would not lmvo believed them," H mid C. K. Hudson of Knoxvllle, Ills. "It freed me from rheumatism nftor H twelve yours of awful suffering," he H continued, "and my stnuiAch trouble H Is also pine. I wns in such Imd shape H t lint I eonld senreely dieil n thing, nnd nny solids would give mc such H ornmM in my stomach tlint I could B hnrdly stnnd them. Ons would form H nnd nffeet my heart so hnd I would H get fnint nnd have to lie down. Tito H rliriiiiMtism mnde my leg swell nil H out of slmpe nnd the musrloa felt like H thov wero lied in knots. I couldn't H ttnghten my right leg nt all nnd it H xilnd in mi I could find no re.it. At H night it was miecinlly Imd nnd I Mm H . ly rolled from one side of the lied to J the other nimble to get nny sleep, Not being nb...

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