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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

I TRUTH. S : !CEMENT WORK I Sen I IH 1 1 A. G. GIAUQUE I Still' B I l I 448 W. Sixth South - - - - Phone 548Bell t Si Salt Lake City, Utah. Residence Phone 1675k--Bell the H ! M ster H Why do you wait i sii' V ,f do ou wait till cars are deaf in I Before wo speak pur kindly word. Mln- I nd only utter loving praise -.tsol I When not a whisper can be henrd? hWe I Why do wc wait till hands are laid I rinse-folded, pulseless, ero wo place I iviihin them roses sweet and raie, tyot I Ana lilies lu their flawless grace? "" I Why do wo wait tilt eyes are sealed nlir 1 To light and love in death's deep tiance n m nAr wistful eyes beforo wo bend Gov- Above them with Impassioned glunco? r iB whv do wo wait till hearts aio still Hi To tell them all the lovo Is ouis, Geo- I And kIvo them such late meed of praise, fl And lay above them fragrant llowers? H How oft wc, careless, wait till life's th Of H sweet opportunities are past, if the H And break our "alabaster box : Of ointment" at tho very l...

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

I , 6 TRUTH- I I'; ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. 1 " I , i'ikj Dr. Henry La Motto is in San Fran- H , f . 'i 1 clsco on a business trip. f ( , ! fl J f i 'I Mrs. B. A. M. Froiseth entertained Hi' S Thursday at a Kensington. t, , Miss Helen Cullcn entertained her H ' !' sowing club Friday afternoon. l", I I jt & ' r ' Mr. and Mrs. Iia II. Lewis will en H , "J, tortaln at a dinner tills evening. ', Jt & '. . , Tho Social club of Z. C. M. I. will give a danco at Saltair next Thursday H' evening. ' Jit Jit t ' j Miss Juno Blntz will glvo a Ken i ' slngton for Miss Helen Cullcn next H Tuesday. !JX 1,5 ft Mrs. Lindsay It. Rogers is spending h, sonio tlmo in California recuperating Hi after her illness. M J JA i Mrs. W. II. Child entertained tlio H ' members of her sewing club Thurs H day at her home. Jt Jt H. I .- Mrs. J. G. Paino of Ogden and Mrs. 1,1 M. B. Short havo gono to Goldfield ' to stay somo tlmo. l ' T .H At H ' , Tho ThlBtlo club gavo a danco Fri- H if. 'i , day evening in ...

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

fi TRUTH. 7 I scURRILOUdSACK ON EL- fnT i nine a few days ago, at I" 1? o shift the blame for the !emi- frauds onto County Clerk El S The article was malicious 'ml To' cunningly devised as to con a imnresslons that arc false and m'pinS without involving the paper 1 fl bel suit. The facts arc that the ,ndi were committed after Mr. El SS evered his connection with the fflPG on September 24 last, and ho S not by any possible construction have len in any way responsible for fho stealings or misdeeds of those in Z offlce ! The Tribune says that ,onnty was paid on a lot of skins on y 3 last, after Mr. Eldredge en t.rcd on his duties as county clerk, ,n,l conveys the Impression that this Transaction was fraudulent when the naner knows very well that no taint of fraud attached to that particular trans action Tho skins on which bounty ,as then paid were all new skins, and had never been presented for bounty ' before, and were duly punched so that ? they could not bo presented again ror bount...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

I 8 TRUTH. 1 LilJ TRUTM HHH iiM iBsuqd Weekly by jHB ' RB Truth Publishing Company. HI jtX Untorn Newspaper Union Hulldliic, 211 HHH i W South Wnst Templo Stroot, HEJB A Salt Lake City. HUB t i jHg ?Pa John W. Hughoa, Editor andManagor DHBT 'ijt J5& " "" HBW i!''S Knterod June 19, 1901, at Halt Lali.) City, Utah BHHLi I v n eooinl-olui muttor u nil or aot of Congrois BB i T of March .1,1870' MB J i L Torms of Subscription. Kv t'ill ONI! YICAll In uilvanco) $2.00 HUB , 'i SIX MONTHS (In uitvanco) 1.00 H ih TliKBII MONTHS (In advance) 75 PftpK ' ;jsf Potinatorseiidlinj8iibscrlptloii8 toTKUTH V ', I mny rutnln 2'i por oontof Milisonptloii prlco B f im cominikslou. B " I K t, If tlio paper In not donlred beyond the date H ' j iiibinrlbed for, tlio publication should lie BBV CJ nutllloil by lottortwo weeksormoro beforo HfSFJ 'v ! tlio term expires. VS' I I BBBIi i f 1 Discontinuances. PBflH i , 1( Kiiniaiiibnr that tlio publUlier must bo notl- HHHk ' if) fin. I by loiter wlion u subs...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

f TRUTH. 9 1 landing, U "THE BATTLE OF THE BOYNE." !r court II (By C- M Jaclson) ecretary iff Whcn Sam Keel appeared in Razor- '0r dues 1 1 vine where market farmers loaded their 116 good wacons with anthracite atfc dollar per near5 to ioad this was in the good old times ral evi- I before trusts were invented ho was i looked upon askance by the Irish pop- 'isunder. I ulatlon, which had no use for "a na ,lt Truth H ,,r For Sam was black. Not so "out the I yerj. black, but black enough to under. I be identified as a son of Africa, bo- at noth. g,(le3 Whlch he had kinky hair. But Vltn the 'for the last characteristic ho might have 'r app. passed in some localities as an Indian the ex. of ovon a Spaniard, but having the 1 "at the short cri8p wool of his fathers there ct, may H wns nQ USQ trying to conceal his ldon- uy-law8, ) tlty gam located In a small shanty, ini i H vacated a month or two previous by Infill' H a Welshman, who found lifo among the mi. I H Irish a hit loo strenuous, hu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

t 10 TRU T H. II I; AMUSEMENTS. IK, I , Salt Lnko Theatre "David Ilnrum,' Hi , j uf mntlnee today, performance tonight. Bflf H Grand Theatre "Lost Twenty-four HJ' i IP Houi'H," nmtlncc today, performance Bfl I inn tonight. i jilt Utahna Theatre "Tho Silver King," En i g matinee today, performance tonight. EJ fi Coming Attractions. Hi j S Salt Lnko Theatre Grand opera In Hj i i W English: "Lohengrin," Monday; "Car- BM j i men," Tuesday ;"Tannhauser," Wed- Hj I I I ncsday matinee; "La BohomQ," Wert- j , is nesrtay night. "Marrlago of Kitty," 'i f March ISO-Ill and April 1st. BH E It has heen a long, long time since HJ . ' I Sn"- Lako lias rccii grand opera. Next Ht Mondny, Tuesday and Wcdnosnay, the Hj , 1 hitherto hopeless prayers of tho town He ( will he answered. Tho Savago English HV I a Grand Opera company will ho hero. It Hj ' I is said to bo the largest organization HE I of tho kind that can afford to travol on HE j I its own merits. A little pcop Into tho HE J 1 moaning of eac...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

fi TRUTH. 11 I II combined responsibility of English i II ines and London accent. II There was sufflclent ability among 2 II the other players to round out the com- !i Altogether "Christopher Junior" is I unrtliy- to go in the dramatic archives IS I nf the University club along with pre- M v mis successes. Too much praise can- not be given to Maud May Babcock. I the tireless little woman who devotes so much time and care to her amateur ' '"hot Involuntary appearance on the staeo Wednesday night, was a signal I for hearty applause justly bestowed. I Mr Gourley, of the Utahna, will I soon erect a new theatre, modern In every respect, on East Second South, between Main and State streets. The t H house will be about sixty-two feet wide H by one hundred and twenty feet in ' H width, with a seating capacity of four i HI teen hundred. i H Councilman Martin will bo the con- 1 II tractor, the plans haying been nl- ! ready prepared. The now houso of i Kl Which Mr. Gourloy will be the man- 1 h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

I 12 TRUTH. I f SPORTING GOSSIP. f Ltt Indications aro to tlio effect that Ijj tho six team outlaw league, "one of t whom wo are which," Is going to bo I a success and that in splto of Lucns If and IiIb band of anvil chorus playera ft wo will seo some good bascoall this l Beason. Dig Bill Iiisnol, the recently I i elected president of tho outlaws, has ; returned from a trip to Butte, and re- H it ' ports everything In excellent shapa up K ,; U , there. Ogden is going to como In and H' l i has made all arrangements for man- H ''ft agomont and salaries. Truth Is glad i j ; wo aro going to bo outlaws. Fidelity ! , h to tho association of minor leagues lias caused us troublo enough and 1 with no strings on u wo can have I good baso ball. i it j I ii( Eddlo Robinson Is to meet anothor Hj , Japancso In a jlu-JItsu contest at Park Hj, i j i' City next Monday night. Tho conto3t 'Lljt will be for a sldo bet. Biting anil Hr '; kicking and gouging nas boon barrod I' ' : and In addition both me...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

1 ' '1 Ij TRUTH 13 I " . ' B I Lawyer's Directory. ivnT handy reference, Truth prints .J list of Salt Lake's practicing Jwyers, with their addresses. If any Ke are omitted, or if here are any " in tho list, corrections and ad futions will bo made oa receipt of not! AHms" Thos. 720 McCornick Block. Andelson, J. R.-B8 Hooper Block, tnderson T. J.-B8 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc' SS, Q. H.-32 Main St. SyL J., Jr.. 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. SSdwin.OhaB.-74 Com'l. Block, rmrnes A. H.-212 S..Maln. Sett & Bierer-103 S. Main, ninl W H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. noswell, Wm. 401 McCornick Block, notkln Theo. 153 Keith Building. Sowdto. J. U--32 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-481 D. P. Walker, novd C. W. 604 McCornick Block. Bradley & IUschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffct M. P 517 Dooly Block. Bramel' W. H. 401 Auerbach Block. Drceden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. It. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. Brown, H. C 516 Pro...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

l 14 fTII1M. II l jfe County of Salt Lake, Stato of Utah, HR; ,ifi Commencing at a point 00 rods and K ') j; 12 and 08-100 feet cant and 200 south Bl jilt of the northwest corner of tho soutti H ;ji' half of tho northeast quarter of Sec- H ii I'll tlon G, Township II, south of Range H : .? 1, cast, Salt Lako meridian, running ' i;lU thonco cast 200 feet, thence south 07 P 1 1 , foot, thenco west 200 feet, thonco Hjl .i Wh north 07 feet to place of beginning. H, ! , t - Bids to bo rccolvcd in writing by tho ' I! undersigned nt No. 2976 Third East, B i ff and 13th South Street, Salt Lako City, ' I f, Utah, on tho 30th day of March, 1905, Hf ,& between tho hours of 9 a. m., and 4 B ''Hi o'clock p. m. of that day. Terms of i Ik snlo: Will bo sold to tho highest bid- B ' ! dor for cash, subject to confirmation B i' by said probata court. M ' ,jf t DORA S. KIMBALL, H lii i ' Administratrix of tho estate of So- mi phla W. Sorcnscn, deceased. B . ' r. , C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for cstnt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

I p W TATLOCK, Attorney. Ill 533 Atlas Block. II SUMMONS. If in tho District Court of Salt Lake I cntinty. State of Utah. I George H. Layton plaintiff vs. Elite I Mnv Layton defendant. I The State of Utah to the said Do I fendant. Summons. You are hereby summoned to appear wlthin twenty days after the service nf this summons upon you, If served " ltlln the County In which this action s brought, otherwise within thirty dayg after service, and defend the H above entitled action; and In case of vour falluro so to do, judgment will H 1,0 rendered against you according B to the demand of tho complaint, a copy of which Is tiled with the Clerk of said Court. B. W. TATLOCK, h Plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE H. LAYTON, Plaintiff. H P. 0. address, 533 Atlas block, Salt H Lake City, Utah. IK S. P. Armstrong, Attorney. vM Commercial Dloclc. I SUMMONS. $M inthoDistrictCourtof the Third Ju- m dlclal district of tho State of Utah, H County of Salt Lake. J Anna V. LeClair, plaintiff, vs. Chailes HJ D....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

i ia TW1IT-H. li III jr Bi 111 Via Chicago Via St. Louis ; I To Eastern Points Bl; ' . I Either way you prefer, the Burlington can HL i',f. I jrive you a service unexcelled by any other ' . . I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars teavingSalt Hi I ; , I Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on HI ;' I time saving schedulcsjconnecting at Denver B f I with the Burlington's own thro trains to Hi! I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and mil ff I St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis Hi r ' I there is very convenient connection with H' 1'l; II principal trains forthe farther EastorSouth K f! II R. F. NESLEN, General Agent H' ' II 79 West Second South St., K ' ' Salt Lake City Hs IB. i j i Hill The Local Merchant Advertisers IHl i, ' i'l t t i.i- i..,i n ,.f nri vi.rMsl inr generally And people who buy things r, lB th0 l)03t JU,1,B of IlvcrU8i"K Tn tho mot receptive mood In Uio H ' i vnluo of tho various weokly papors BUI.rouncUng3 of Homo and Family HH ! ij in thin Oity. Ho puts h...

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

M 1 H . IH H Vol. 4; No. 29. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 1, 1905. Pkicic S Cbnts I HviUNICIPAL POLITICS I I The indications at this time are that I the American party -will como up I strong In tho municipal election In this I city tho coming autumn. Tho im- mediate causo for tho Increased strength signs of which are apparent now aro twofold. First, ex-Senator B Kearns Is no longer a factor even If the American party, a thing of his ere- atlon, should carry not only the city H hut the state. Politically, so far as H his own personality Is concerned, Mr. H Kearns is as dead as an Egyptian H mummy which for thousands of year3 H) has slept tho sleep that knows no Hj waking. Ho may and doubtless will H pursue his revenge to tho hitter end; Hj that is inseparable from his character. H But that ho will ever again attain to a Hj position where he can make a formida- Hj hie attempt to dominate Utah politics H or obtain for hlmscll any high ofllco HI may bo counted among tho imposslblll- H ti...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

V - 2 ' TRUTH. I H . non-sonslcal and damphullsh attempts H ( at sarao by the Telegram. And then 1 ' I some. H yj In the meantime the merchant won- H i ' I H dcrs how ho is going to soil goods H , H enough to mako expenses, while tho H ' woman in want of a dress cogitates H ' , ji pn how to get the money needed to H - fl buy it. Tho coal dealer curses tho H i"S luck that prevents him selling a ton H . m to tho poor dovil who sits shivering by H , , J his empty stove wishing ho had thq. H 1 money to buy. Tho farmer marvols H ' m at tho fall in the prico of eggs nnd H , ' tho man who works on tho street H when ho docs work ponders at tho Hi ; fate that denies him eggs for break- Hj fast when eggs aro cheap. Even the H ' boo.o dealer looks askance at his M '' cash register as he mentally calculates HJ i tho number of his old customer on the H water wagon for reasons of economy. H, ' In tho meantime tnc malcontents H,, I ; ' nro busy whooping it up. "President ' '" Smith is a prophet!" ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

X R. U T H . 3 I CHATTER. meing the personal opinions of the writer and for which no ono olso ,g m any manner responsible.) The writer does not want to H classed as a chronic Wckcr. But here are conditions prevailing which ueht to be changed and tho only Lv changes are effected is by somo ono directing attention to them. For Instance take tho personal property tax imposed upon tho citizens of all classes. While tho law exempts all household effects under a certain value from execution for debt of or 1 jmary kind, it does not exempt from ! the levy of tho collecting power, should the collecting power want to make a man trouble. For an ordin ary debt the householder of limited means can sit down and laugh at levies, for his stove, chairs, beds, per sonal effects; even his piano, is ex empt from execution. Not so how ever, for taxes. Under the law if a man,' no matter how poor ho may bo, I has to pay tax, if tho county treas t urer so wills it. Happily for a num I ber of poor people in...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

Bi 4 TRU TH, I - - r IN THE SOCIAL REALM. I H j W. P. Noble has returned to the city. ' ,jt 1 , I Harold Slegcl Is back from Nevada. l' i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sherman arc , in Goldflcld. M y V Mrs. Klrkpatrlck and daughters have H j, ' h gon to Butto. M , i " Mrs. Alma D. Katz returned Friday i ' to lier homo In Boise. H j p Mr. and Mrs. Sam King of Provo are Hi r vI'hIUiir friends in town. Hi v$ & H' Mrs. C. Ira Tuttle entertained at H bridge Thursday afternoon. , , JX J H I ' James II. Brown Is visiting the var- H I imm mining camps of Nevada. H t . Mrs. Ricardo Struller of Now York H' , Js a guest of Mrs. Louis Colin. H Mr. and Mrs. John J. Judson enter- H . taincd at whist Thursday evening. H H Miss Juno Blntz entertained Tuesday H afternoon in honor of Miss Nelllo Cut- . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Jones left H' Sunday for a fow weeks In eastern . ' j cities. Hl r . I Mrs. Milton L. Allen will pass the H' f. 'I F'tmracr on tlio beach near Lea An- H I roles H ' K The charity card pa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

"TRUTH, 5 I CEMEN T WORK I """ A. G. GIAUQUE 1 448 W. Sixth South - - - - Phone 548-Bell I Salt Lake City, Utah. Residence Phone 1675k--Bell M . ..... m Workmen Find $40,000. A Btrango story of treasure-trovo comes from Perplgnan, Franco. Somo mechanics working in a house that had belonged to an eccentric old no tary named Tarbourlech, who had Just died, wore removing an antique chair, which had been fastened to a wall when they discovered behind It, In the wall itself, a recessed hiding place, from which was at once takec $40,000 In gold and notes. Guard Deserts Lunatic. While looking for stragglers, just as a Welsh regiment was about to sail from Capo Town for England, an officer found a private standing at attention In a shed. "What are you doing hero?" ho was asked. "Please sir," was the reply, "I am a lunatic and I am waiting for tho corporal's guard." Ho was right; he was a lunatic and his guard had forgotton him. o Not a Bit Tired. A Httte girl was very proud of be ing taken ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

R '' ' 6 TRUTH. j ji '" PERSONAL MENTION. H' j. u C J. Jones, otherwise better known H! '-1 , ,,fl as "Iluffalo .rones," was In the city Hj ' ; U Thursday, en route to the Yellow- Hn ,M stone park country. Mr. Jones has H ,1 been cast In the Interest of a move- H t in out designed to increase the range H for the buffalo that are being kept In H . i i ! the park and has the support of the H' jM president in tho enterprise to the ox- H' " ,fl tent that tho range will be increased. Hj" a Ho was a guest at tho Kcnyon dur- H M ing ids stay in this city. fl iH ,a H , Mrs. I. C. Glosz, who lias been east H , , jfl for several weeks, has returned. Dur- H J,li I ing her stay hIio visited New York H , j I and other eastern cities of import- H ' " I ancc. Mrs. Glosz's many friends will Ht i(; I 1)0 pleased at her return. M ' FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS. H., , j The Salt Lake Herald (a Kearns H' , ' ! side light), assumes to give informa- H tlon to Its readers as to how the foil- H , oral o III cos in...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

TRUTH. 7 I SST.0 D THEIR 8J " n icontents in bringing trou- , nnn the state and pursuing a poll beSh la seriously imperiling the C, era prosperity of the people and Bf. ,fn.i that tho non-Mormons of SrSo Snot approve ; of the pol P nf tho Kearns wreckers should te,k out in condemnation of their sp 1 Fvcry good citizen will agree Wm tho News in Its criticism of tho ' h0 under the guise of working jSr.'rfndllo. are seeking to gratify hdr malice and hatred for the peo 1 f L state which retired Thomas &. to Private life. But there will hTaulto a difference of opinion re- nect ng its implied criticism of the non-Mormons who do not make thorn .rives prominent in their opposition tn the policy of the Tribune crowd. Truth rejoices with the News in tho riorlous fact that Thomas Kearns is no longer senator of Utah, but it can not refrain from saying that but iittln cf the glory belongs to tho News for the accomplishment of so desirablo a result. During nearly all the' four years that Kear...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

I 8 TRUTH, I fc: TRUTM H Issued Weekly by flHj!jif Truth Publishing Company. HUfllfH Western Newspaper Union Htilldlnir, 241 M 6 y J, I South West Temple Streot, Bf It'll Salt Lake Ulty. Bm'" U'1 John W. Hughes, Editor andManagtr jl If i L ' Entered Juno 19, 190 1, at Salt Lako City, Utah Hfea sp V " soooml-olass muttor undor act of Congress Mj II f f " of March :), 1879' WJf I'.Il ' Tarms of Subscription. B lf,fo ONE YKAK (In mlvniico) $2.00 M W SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 M t THKEK MONTHS (In advanco) 75 BH ! P i HS p Postmasters sending-subscriptions to TItUTII P-H ''Li! may retain V per oont of subscription prlco P-P-gM HjH , as oommiaslon. lll HS n!i ' If the pup or Is not doslred beyond the date H Ssk subscribed for, the publication should be P-P-P-gJ '!' " notlllod by lottor two weeks or more before PaPafaV , ' I the torm expires. 1JH; PPflL Dlsoontlnuancas. P-P-PJB ' ' Hemember tlmt tbo publisher must bo noti PP-gfi , ' t lied by lottor when u subscrlbor wishes his P-P-P-gJ...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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