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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 14 May 1920

J FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. THE SUN. PRIOE, UTAH EVERY FRIDAY PAGE SEVEN H Faith In Strangers The days have not yet como when the unsophisticated country man ceases to bo buncoed by smooth tongned sharpers. Every day we hear of somcono being duped, all because of innocent faith in strangers. If we would confine our dealings as much as possible to people wo know wo would fare much better. Instead of sending our money away to peoplo we never saw and never expect to see, let's spend it whero we know who gets it. Tho biggest reason is that the fellow we know has to face us dally and ho can't afford to "sting" us. He has a reputation for square dealing that he wants to keep. Ho's your local merchant your friend. Learn to know him better. It pays you becauso he has to make it do so. Everything to cat, wear and use. WASATCH STORE CO. Winter Quarters, Clear Greek, Oastlo Gate and Sunnyiide. Carbon Fuel Co. Miners and Shippers of Lump, Nut, Slack and Assorted sizes of COAL Of tho Very Highest Gr...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 14 May 1920

H PAOBEiaHT THE SUN, PRICE UTAH EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. ) B ; Ju.svsToitn:Tiii:iiL'.sY.sT(nti:Tiii:iiL'.sv.s,rounTiii5nf.sY4 g I Price Trading Co. 1 H I The Busy Store f M PHONE 6 M $ 3 I iio off H On Our H j Children's Shoes j I am 'Girls' Shoes 1 Price Trading Co. j H General Merchandise t H HI Phone 6 i M Next to Post Office, Price, Utah. H giHSY4-STHKrillt-fHt'HV4.ST)Itltj;SY't-r()ltK-fTIIK-m,HY.STOItH H The world doesn't cxicct much ol you Just Hint you lie huinnn, nml if M vou're not Hint you've no business in Mnny n tnnn who linn n poor eyo for figures in the office hooks is nil right lien it comes to figures nuiong Iho office help. m OEKOEKOEKOEKOEHOEKOEKOEKOEF I I EKO THEATER j H s H g this brightest spot 8 m g ,x town trj 1 SATURDAY 8 M g Dorothy Dalton 3 H 8 In "Lady of Red Butte" 8 1 w "Haystacks and Steeples' Comedy fa fej SUNDAY g H 9 Constance Talmadge g in "Who Cares' O K w Pollard Comedy 5 H g MONDAY , H O FranA Maio ? H in "Burnt Wings." g H g Century Co...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 14 May 1920

m PAOB EIGHT THE SUN, PRIOE UTAH EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. J H .jusYsT)itiTiinnus)sToitKTiiuiusSToiiuTiinnr84;j H I Price Trading Co. j H I The Busy Store m PHONE 6 ( r" 'f . I iio off! H l On Our J I Children's Shoes I am l Girls' Shoes I i 1 I I Price Trading Co. j H General Merchandise I M & Phone 6 S Next (o Post Office, Price, Utah. 1 H - i H JUKST(ltlTlllt-fllL'h4'ST()UI'S'r(ltl'TIIIm'SSTOIti:: B The world doesn't expect much ol H nu just Hint J on he huiunn, nml if H Mm 're tint Hint ou'e no business in B essiaEBiaai Mnn n innn who linn n poor co for figure in the office 1ooU is nil right when it cornea to figure among the offirc help I 1 EKO THEATER 1 a m 3 niK bkh;iiti:st spot o M g IN TOM'N g H SATURDAY Dorothy Dalton 5 H g In "Lady of Red Butte" Q w "Haystacks and Steeples." Comedy fci O 5 fc SUNDAY- g H, S Constance Talmadge H 2 ln"WhoCaresr O K w Pollard Comedy 5 B o g H g MONDAY S H O Frank Mayo 7 H fc In "Burnt Wings." g H g Century Comedy 1 H TUESDAY S H...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 14 May 1920

I ' J '. j B ; JU.4VST()ItKTlli:nitHY.ST()ltHTlllllU.HVST)ltHTiU':nUHV4 3 I Price Trading Co. 1 H I The Busy Store m PHONE 6 i lO Off 1 bbbbH H Children's Shoes j I a"d Girls' Shoes I ..H bbbbbH I Price Trading Co. I H General Merchandise H Phone 6 M 1 Nexlio Post Office, Price, Utah. 1 B jCHVsT()i(nTiii:iti,KVsTiu:.sYr()ni-Tiii:nr.svsTonK H The world doesn't oxpect much nl H you just Hint J on ho huinnn, nml if H ott'ro not Hint ottc no business in H iu Mnn n man who linn n poor c.vo for figures in the office hooka is nit right when it come to figure among the offirc help. m OGKOEKOEKOEKOEKOEKOEKOEKOEF I EKO THEATER 5 g m g tiik brightest spot 8 H g IN TOM'X Csj M SATURDAY 8 M g Dorothy Dallon 2 M g In "Lady of Red Butte" Q H w "flay stacks and Steeples." Comedy ta m K SUNDAY g H, o Constance Talmadge B 2 In "Who Cares" O ' w Pollard Comedy 5 H g MONDAY fi H O Fran A: Mao 7s H In "Burnt Wings." g H w Century Comedy 1 H TUESDAY S O BARNES MERRY MINSTRELS' g H g Street Concert 3 O'cl...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

i IS LAST OF THREE. ( BLOOMINOTON, Ills, JIV 22-- Mark 11. Newton, clerk an J Irauuror of MoLeon count for twjttty ymt. died hero todny, nged 85 jcmm. Ho w.u I believed to bo the last survivor of J thoso who witnessed the denth of Jo- t seph nnd Ilyrum Smith, Monnon lead- I ere, in riots in N'nuvoo Ecr cloud linn a silver lining, of course, but when it rnms it doesn't rain its lining 3 - . . Voltimo 0; Number 1 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Wcew Ending May 28, 1920. PRESIDENT WILSON VETOES RESOLUTION OF ; KNOXAS STAIN ON THE COUNTRY HONOR WASHINGTON', I) C , Mn. 27. The republican resolution to end tho war with Ocrmnn nnd Austnn wns vetoed today by President Wilson Such a method ot ranking jwnco with (lermnny, tho president snid, "would plnco nn incfficnblc stain upon tho gnllnntry nnd honor of tho United States." Without announcing his intention rcgnrding the treaty of Versailles, the president declared that tho treaty embodied the important things omitted li the resolution nnd unid by ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

II IS LAST Or THREE. BLOOMINGTON, Ills, Mj 22--Mark H Newton, clerk and IroiHiiror of MoLenn count for twenty vn. died hero lodn, nged 85 cnu Ho was believed to bo the lnBl 8tmlor of thoso who witnessed the denth of Jo seph nnd II nun Smith, Mormon lead era, in riots in Nnuvoo 1 Even cloud litis n silver lining, of J course, hut when it rnms it doojn't A rain its lining 4 . ; 21 Volnmo Oj Nunber 1 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Wcew Ending May 28, 1920. ' PRESIDENT WILSON VETOES RESOLUTION OF KNOX AS STAIN ON THE COUNTRY'S HONOR I WASHINGTON, D C,Mn27 The rcpuhlicnn resolution to end tho war with Ocnnnn nnd Austrin wns vetoed todn hv President Wilson Such n method of making pence with German, tho president gnid, "would plnco nn incfficnhlc stnin uKn tho gallantry nnd honor of tho United Stntcs." Without announcing his intention rcgnrding the trent) of Versailles, tho , president declared that tho tront embodied tho imMirtnnt things omitted l the resolution nnd sold by rejecting tho tront ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

R IS LAST OP THREE. H BLOOMINGTON, Ills., My 28 - Mark II Newton, clerk an J Iremurer t of MoLcnn county for tvwnty years. J died hero todny, nged 85 cmj I In wis K believed to be the Inst survivor of W thoso who witnessed the denth of Jo- soph nnd Ilyrutn Smith, Monnon lead Mj ere, in riots in Nnuvoo fK Even cloud has n silver lining, of j course, but when it rntns it doesn't K rain its lining j - , r Volumo 0 j Number 1. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Wecw Ending May 26. 1920. . I PRESIDENT WILSON VETOES RESOLUTION OF I KNOX AS STAIN ON THE COUNTRY'S HONOR I WASHINGTON, I), C, Ma 27 The republican resolution to end tbo H -war with German) nnd Austria was vetoed todny by President Wilson Such B n method of mnkiug pence with Germany, tho president snid, "would place W nn inefficnblo stnin ujion tho gnllnntry nnd honor of the United States." i m Without announcing his intention rcgnrdmg the treaty of Versailles, the 1 president declared that the treaty omlmdicd the important things omitted...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

I H PAGE TWO THE SUN, PRIOE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 28, 102J, YEAR'S WOOL CROP IS M USE Or LAMB AND SHEEP MEAT IS INCREASING Surplus Would Soon Melt Away If fl Every Family Could Be Induced to fl Gonsurao More Western Flock- fl masters Undismayed By Slump In Fleeces Markets and Livo Stock. fl Iteports fnitn ever section nf (ho omntn with llio exception of Idaho fl i ml Wyoming indicole tlmt tlic wool fl crop this jour is one of the Inrgost fl nn record Ruslcni Texas wool is JiritiffliiK scvontj cents nnd according fl lo rciHirti from tho Cunningham fl -h6p nnd Lamb company nt Pilot H I!05 Oht nlxt.V lu tents lias heett fl refWni, woolst-ower. holding oil' for HBflH higher price Few solos hluo heen reported 1mm .Now Mexico, Out word HBflM from there shows tlmt the few flips sold have brought flfiv rents Wash- HBpH ington growers nre pooling their c1Imi HBpH to he hnndlril bv warehouse oompan- HjpH ie on n commiwlem Ihisin nnd tho HBpH Cnlifornin clip, rtortftMV,isnlo be- ! ing...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

TRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 THE SUN, PBIOE, UTAH EVERY TBIDAY PAOB THREE C.H Call For Democratic County Convention. The democrats of Cnrbon countj, Utah will plciso take notice thai a county contention consisting of ono hundred and eight delegates will !S ' held at the Carbon county courthouse, Price, Utah, commencing at 7 JO , o'clock p m Thursday", June 10, 1920, 1 for the purpore of electing twite delegates to attend the democratic stato contention to ho held In Salt t-nko City at 10 o'clock n, m , June ( 14 1920 for the purpose of electing a national committeeman and a national commltteewoman, to select eight dele- Kftles and eight alternates to attond I, the denvvatlo national convention to ( be held In the clt) of San Tranclsco, Gala., on the 28th day of June 1920, J and to provide for tho selection of a 1 chairman and other officers of the , democratlo stato committee of Utah , Also to elect a demooratlo county chairman and other officers and to ' transact such business as may be pr...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

H H PACE FOUR THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH EVERY TRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. H Usued Kvcry Friday Ily Sun Publish H Ing Co (Inc ) II W, Crockett, Mgr H flubicrlptlon, 2 00 the Tear, Office H Fhone No 9, Ilo-ldence, No 133M2 H Entered ns Hoconil Claw Mall Mat H ter, June 4 19H, nt J'n-tnffleont I'rlco, B Utah, Under tho Act of March 3, 1879 H irf' w i--t0M----1fy f jij-yim-w M ADM.KTIKt.NO IIATIM. l display Matter Pcf Inch nor Month, H II 20, Single Issue, 40c, Oncclal Pd V iltlon, 25 Ter Cent Additional. H ,?S3ts Ten Cents the Line Each In H sertlon Count Six Word to Lin H ftiinmonr, lX2.if Wftttr Notices, H Readerrf Ten Cents tho Idnp OoUhl 1 Six Words to the Lino v Ulackffi.ce H Typo nrtceh Cents tho Line H ObltuarltA, Cards ot Thanks, Itesolu B lions. Hlo, at Halt Local Heading H Notice ltatei Count Six Words to 1 tho Line H Adlela. Tor Sale, Tor Rent. Found, B Lost, Ktc , One Cent per Word Kach BHJ Issue No Charge Accounts. H Address All Communications to I SUN PUBLISHING: 00, H Price,...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1920 THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE FIVE H Plenty of Styles and Values JWo'vo found that the only style men want this year is style backed tip by quality. They'll find plenty of it here. In fact that's all they will find. AH tiw clothes wo sell are guaranteed to.bfl stylish, all wool, well tailored and to give long service. That'1: just another way of saying they're order ed through us and that they're the best monoysavers you can buy. They keep their stylo so long and woar so well you buy less often. That's the best way to economize. F. L. BUCKIO North Ninth St., Just Off Main Price, Utah. FOR SALE, WMED.EIC. Ono Cent l'cr Word Kncli Insertion No Charge Account. KOit bai,b rotm SOWS WITH pigs. Also ten lion mo nml threo months olil Peter Vlgllo, Hox 101, Price Utah "WANTHD IP YOU HAVB TWO OH three room for rent, suitable for housekeeping, nn time up to June aoth, onll C. B II . 1'hono 9 t VOIt BALK 1IUICIC LIGHT BIX touring car. In first-class condi tion. A ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

H PAGE SIX THE SUN. PRICE. UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY rRIDAY, MAY 28. 1920. ELECTRICITY GIVES FUEL SOLUTION, EXPERT THINKS . H MILLIONS OF TONS OF GOAL H SAVED YEARLY. H Anthracite Miners Show Disposition, H Through Their Leaders, to Arbi- H trato Wage Scale With President H Wilson's Commission At National H Capital Around tho Local Camps. H 1'ARADK.VA, Cnln, Mn Itl. 1 lit- H iMlton is looking to the elect ncnl in- B "dustrv to effect economic in (lie tli- H niinlthliig store of coal nod oil, dele- H -gale to the Xntionnl Klcctnc Light orfltin convention wcro told to- H tiny in n reort from Frank M. Kerr -of Unite, Mont., ohninnnn of the com H millet? on electrification of stenm railroad. In the nbsence of Kerr his report wns rend "If nil the stenm 1 railreflds in the country wore clcctn- fled with M)vcr furnished from InrRO stenm conernllriR electric stations, the IoIhI fuel required would he eqnKn- B lent to 53,500,000 tons of conl, ns H ngninsl tho nctunl figure for rmlrund H ml consumed ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

rRIDAY, MAY 28. 1020. THE SUN. PRICE. UTAH EVERY TRIDAY PAGE SEVEN H j . Eenie,Meenie,Minie Mo, Etc. mil hi. i.i.i j i. n'lfi - """ ii"pi"pi"Trr rrr-rrrrrrrrrr nn , WhwLUjg fclliUrctt slarl n gnmo they "count out" to ficfl WllQ BnH.ll oc "it." It's merely a process of elimination for making a choice. When you buy goods through a mail order catalogue you do much the same- thing. There arc often Bovcral items of the same class grouped on a page. You don't want this one because of such and.such n fea ture. You reject that one because it lacks so and bo. And when you have inspected all the pictures and rcall all the descriptions and eliminated those with objcctionablo fea tures you finally take what's left. If you could have seen tho articles themselves you might have found that one of tho others would have suit ed your needs better. That's why it pays to trade where I you can bcc before you buy. Trade at home. Support tho town that supports you. Everything to cat, wear and use at these...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 28 May 1920

I TAGE EIGHT THE SUN, PRIOE. UTAH EVEKY FRIDAY rRIDAY, MAY 28, 192a H I 'CAR SHORTAGE STILL IS I MOST ACUTE HERE I INJJTAH I (CARBON COUNTY MINES ARE CRIPPLED BY SHORTAGE. H Properties of the District Idle For H (he Week Ending May 8th More H Than Fifty-Two Per Cent of Their H Time Much Congestion In the Big B Railroad Terminals Back East. H Correspondence The Sun WASHINGTON, I). C, Mny 24 M IteverMl of (he rtccnt upward (rend M iif itrmluctlon mnrked liotli anthracite M nnd Mttimlnotui mining during the m week ended on Mnv Ifitli. The output M ijf soft emit (including lignite and 'cml eotced) is estimated Ht S.TT.t.W'O net leix. a deereasi u MIP.IKI'l I na M tsmii wired with the preceding wevk. In fset, the production m the sinall- Ml since the week of April '.Mill. The M -dally rate of production 1,102,000 M Inns m only 83 ier rent of thnt fl ''""'! "10 flrsl 'l,lnr,or f inc pflr H nnd fi) per rent of thnt in October, M 1010. The decrease was due to the H gradual spread of the tra...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 4 June 1920

H ADVllTItN(i ItATHS, IH Ueglnnlng with tho Issue of .Tjine 4, H 1(20 The Sun's display advertising; B rate are forty (40) cents an "Inch. H Existing contrnctH, how over, nr.o not M affected hut aro to ho carried out. In- crooned i-ott of newsprint pipet, labor, H r-'aterlals nnd everything Hint goes In to tho making of a newspaper Ik tho H reason for tho advance Tho Bun Is m lilt 100 per cent all down tho tin? me H then somo H Duplicating tales books to order all H very attractive prices. The Sun I DEPARTMENT FINDINGS ' LAND CASES FINAL SAYSJIRT H XONQ MOOTED QUESTION SET- H TLED BY SUPREME COURT. 1 Attorney Nobeker Secures a Decislvo M Victory in tho Cameron Oaso In- H volving Bright Angel Trail Ground, H Establishing Precedent of of Vast M Import, in Such Canes H Tho famous en no of Itnlpti II. Cam- B eron, ct nL appellants, b. the United H Slates, which hna given tho federal M government more troublo nnd hns H rnnxed more litigation thnn nnv hnlf H dozen eases put togotloir went...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 4 June 1920

I PAGE TWO THE SUN. PRICE, UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY " FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. ""'I ' I SHEEP AND LAMBS ARE I ACTIVE AT FIRMER I PRICES H MODERATE RECEIPTS LOOKED FOR NEXT PEW DAYS. H Few Country Buyers Present During H Decoration Day Week At Missouri H River Market Thin Feeder Oattlo H Very Much Nogtocted nogs Steady H At Saturday's Decline H CorrwuHwilenro The Sun KANSAS CITY, Mo., Mn.v 31. Hj Corfrt.orliig thnt todnj mas n holiday M in nthor divisions of the market live M stock receipt wore iibornl nnd trndc fl wns qulcl. Al llhe big packinghouse H were flowd, hut buvors were in tlio H competition They Imiiglit cnrlinps. H lliitelier entile nnd en Ken stood, H heavy steer slightl loner, hogn H sternly with Soturdnj nnd sheep slondv to strung llecwpts todnj wore 11,000 rattle, 11,000 hog nnd 8000 M )ich p. Killer bought yearling slecrs, H mixed liutehor cattle nnd rows Mid M heifer nt aUd prices nnd in uno H pflsw iwying strong pnet for vnr H ling. Ile steers, luwever, ton M tinned in slow ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 4 June 1920

1 I RIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920 THE SUN, PRIOE. UTAH-EVERY TBIDAY PAGE THREE H ' HOST ACUTE SITUATION STILL EXISTING IN unui RAILROAD OAR SHORTAQE IS STILL Bid PROBLEM. Report of Lack of Orders Recolved Prom Every State With the Excep tion of the Beehiv'o Bridge Up Scofiold Way Replaced Around About tho Local Camps. Correspondence The 8un. WASHINGTON, D. C, Mny 31. i Sliplit recovery during tho week end ed May 22d corricd production up ward to nlmost oxnctly tho level of two weeks ago. The total output of soft conl, including Ilgnito nnd conl coked, is estimated nt 0,174,000 tons, nn jncreaso over tho preceding week I of 418,000 tons or 4.8 per cent. In spito of the improvement the rule of production fa stilt 13 per cent liclow I that of tho first quarter of 1020 nnd 27 cr cent liolow Hint of October, i 1010. Continued for n year, tho pros- ( ent rate of 1.020,000 tons per work- , ing day would give n total produe'lon f 470,000,000 tons. Progress in re lieving tho traffic congestion caused ...

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

H PAGE TOUR THE SUN, PRIOE, UTAH-EVERY TRIDAY fRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1920. j H tiaucd livery rrlday By Sun Publish- B Ing Co. (Inc.) It. W. Crockett, Mgr. H Subscription, $2 00 tho Yenr, Office H Phono No 9, llcsldence, No. 133M2. B Hntcrcil as Second-Class Mntl Mat- 1 ter, June 4, 1919, ntl'ontoftlce at Price, H Utah, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. ADVUUTISINO ItATIiS. H Display Matter Per Inch per Month, H f 1.20; Single Issue. 40c Special l'o- H sltlon, 2S Per Cent Additional. H Legnls Ten Cents the I.lno Hach In- Hl sertlon. Count Six Words to Line H Summons. $12 to, Water Notices, H fitoo, rimi Proof tiooo Headers Ten Cent tho Line Count B Six Words to the Lino. Dlackfnce 1 T)pe fifteen Cents tho Line. H Obituaries, Cords of Thank, llcaolu- H tlen. IStc, at Half Local Heading H Notlco ltntes Count Six Words to 1 the 1 Adlcts. for Sate, For Itctit, found, 1 Lost, Hie., One Cent per Word Bach 1 Issue. No Charge- Accounts. H Address All Communications to M BUN FUBLIS1IINO 00, H Prico, U...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 4 June 1920

FRIDAY, JUNE I. 1920. THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH EVERY FRIDAY PAGE FIVE .11 l Plenty of Styles and Values Wo'vo found that tho only stylo men want thli year is stylo backed up by quality. They'll find plenty of it hero. In fact that's all thoy will find. All tho clothes wo sell are guaranteed to be stylish, all wool, well tailored and to giro long service. That's just another way of saying they're order-1 cd through us and that they'ro tho' best moncysavcrs you can buy. They I keep their stylo so long and wear to well you buy less often. That's the best way to economize. F. L. BUCKIO North Ninth St.,' Just Off Main Price, Utah. i"" t . , Snoop u tid cmtle gCyj"S marked .with rir 1'er Cyw iJ feet Kar Tags n eall fl.oj. "nil surob lilk.ltUI'il. f25' LiBlit vvclKht Itoom on VHrjV rnch lag fur name, ad IbH drcs and number rPtrfl 8A!.TI,AKnsTAMlCO. Ijfci-v.. ss WmI Urondwnv, UfttfWW Halt I-nke ( ll) PRICE BOTTLING WORKS Alt Kinds of 801T DUINKH AM) I'aWOIl. INO HYIUJIft. CANDY AMI IIIIUM UAH. ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun. — 4 June 1920

! H PAQB SIX THESUN. PRICE, UTAH-EVERY TRIDAY FRIDAY, do. VIRGINIA'S PLATFORM IS REAL THING, SAYS WILSON H TREATY COVENANTS ARE MORE H THAN AGREEABLE. H Senator Olaas Taken Into Oonfldcnco M of tho Chief Executive of the Na- H tlon Declarations of Old Dominion Hj Democrats Very Likely to Havo Hj Bearing At San Francisco. H WASHINOTOK, D. C, Mn 20 H l'rosident Wilson's conception of the M onmnnlgn Iniuos of ID'JO wns olucidnl- H m1 justonlnv in n letter made public H nt tho White IIouso cTirMlng the M irol(lont' "full accord" with the H sentiments rnnlnineil in the pint form M recently adopted li the Virgmin j demeerntie convention. The lefliruc of M nations plank, which dcclnrcd for M rntiflention of the trciitj of Versailles H -'without roscnnliotu which would m hnmr its omentinl InlcRritj," wns H particularly commended by tho prosi- j -dent. He nlso wpnnlcd out for prniso H tho pint form ' declarations on fin H mice nnd reconstruction, which in- H idliidcd n general prujioftnl to ...

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