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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

T TJRUTH. 9 H " 1 -VMTX SALES. 1 II (imp aso one of the magazines Some time ago n nbou(. I an ldnntJd a typewriter. The girl i I wb1 wfl for a typewriter ami bored I lflu nan until he finally promised 1 then herone. Now the old man was 1 I togeimi thrifty. He was not going I SIS crt a hundred bucks In a ma- ! to lne7,n thero Woro second hand ' 13 ch,n?,nn bbIo Ho know the city 1 I r?n0?tho Neighboring town. He I C u d at Is offlco and found him In. M Am to say that clerk's name ' I BoJmS.CrItchlow This clerk " B 1 In Ho wasn-c up to any coal K office or rooting around any summer B enrt He was thero at his desk. The el'"'1 said the city had a machine B .Vit hud been condemned and he was HA to sell it. Prico?i Ten I dThoBold farmer shucked out a greasy ,.m 0f tlio "X" variety and tendered it to the clerk. No the cleric could not lal-o It The farmer must go to the treasurer, pay him mo ten dollars, eet a receipt and upon ino present- (on 0f the same the machine would be 1 delivered by ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

10 TRUTH. I k SALT LAKE K PHOTO SUP- H PLY COMPANY ; p Everything Photographic HK'it1 'K' The Latest Kf; KODAKS Ij'r And all the Novelties in Kodak Hjj' ! Supplies. Developing and Pin- Kf' ' ishing. Picture Framing. B . Main and 3rd South 1!" v ' H 5 Henry J I Wagener 3 I Brewing I : Co. 5 I LAGER BEER & PORTER" I m am m Special attention given to bottled B m beer for family trade. Free I m delivery to all parts of I m the city. jj B I office: g 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH 0 PHONE 218. 2 Bk'1'1 j " 0 '" v - , "- " ' H B;i SHOW GIRLS IN " RED FEATHER SALT LAKE THEArRE ALL NEXT WEEK I Hi) T' k AMUSEMENTS. r jflHgj ,' Salt Lalco theater "Marrlngo of Hh : Kitty"; matlneo today, performance m tonight. UXkj ; Grand theatre "Mr. Foster of Chl- BB! j cago"; matlneo today, performance to- Wm&': night. Hj' Utahna theater Utah State Band; Hn' concert tomorrow afternoon, 4 p. m.; gjl refined vaudeville todny and tonight. Nfjl COMING ATTRACTIONS. HI" Salt Lalco theater "Bed Feather," Hgl' April ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

I TRUT M. ,, J 1 I '7aondU'on rare upon the i M and SurL Heretofore we have ! I modC?hnw-Blris whoso only requisite 1 Eeen n ability to pose gracefully, mi- 1 waS Xtufe hats, and goo-goo at the I d,er, boys l the front chairs. But- I ''IflSation is solemnly made-the I' ,he, a. the "Red Feather" have voices g lr till as avoirdupois to recommeiul I fhem Tho engagement is for five S's with Wednesday matinee. I Following "The lied Feather," a I banclo college thesplans from the rth will attempt a dramatic demon I on at the Salt Lake theater, Sat- S fov nleht The participants will 1 up in this fashion: Agricultural rnllece Dramatic club vs. She Stoops M fo Conquer. The 'Varsity Dramatic club was here not long ago and worked out the unhnown quantities in B n very dlfllcult equation. Now comes alone tho A. C. students with some H thing altogether more dlfllcult. I am I told however, that these Cache coun H ty students aro really clever amateur actors, and, as such, they can hardly H wait t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

I 12 T RU T H. .L A WORTHY AND PATRIOTIC MOVE. Wm , . ; "Rovelllo And Taps," a play written fli m byMr.BrlantS.Youngof this city, will HiU, !yt 1)0 played at tho Salt Lako Thcatro on D" m Monday and Tuesday April 10 anl 11, Hthi,, under tho auspices of tho O. A. R. !M'ijj Comrades of tho O. A. II., and all ! j j friends of tho O. A. It., aro asked to '' lend their aid and asslstanco to mako ")'"' tho play a bucccss. It Is being give) f,U as a benefit, tho proceeds to go to tho W G. A. R. Tho parado will start at 11:30 d a. m., on Monday, April 10. Tho com- j ,ff? mltteo In chargo is desirous of having m ),JK, a good representation of tho comrades I, Il and hope to seo a good turnout. Evory l'hi old comrade that can march at all ;j should turn out In tho parado, i'l'fr and thoso who have a vohlclo should jivtHf furnish ono for thoso unablo to inarch. fjri All thoso who Intend taking a part Hfl flit will plcaso roport at onco to Post H ! fm Commanders by letter or in person. kB ' till...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

T IRJJTH. 1 I Lawyer's Directory. 1 For handy reference, Truth prints 1 . J list of Salt Lake's practicing I tJre with tholr addresses. If any I Ses omitted, or If there are any I n intho list, corrections and ad- I d will0 made oa receipt of notl- II Artams"' Thos.-720 McCornlck Block. II !dJ R--58 Hooper Block. IS iSSSron T. J.-B8 Hoopor Block. II KroSg S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc?' II nndcman G H.-32 Main St. II u J. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. II K Kin, Ch'as.-74 Com'l Block. II names A. R 212 S. Main. H Bennett & Blerer-lC3 S Main. El nird W H.-400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. H Booth Lee & Rltchle-500 Auerbach. nnswell Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. M notklnV Theo.-153 Keith Building. nowdle, J. R--82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-431 D. F. Walker. noVd C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. H Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Draffet, M. P.-517 Dooly Block B Bramel, W. H.-t401 Auerbach Block. 1 Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walter. I Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. 1 Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. 1 Br...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

l i 14 TR.UTM. I u j' sorvod within tho county In which this jfijfo , action Is brought, othcrwlHO, within BKl thirty days after sorvico, and defend jBDUl ' tho nbovo entitled action; and in case BEl I if , of your falluro so to do, judgment will BK III i bo rendered against you according to Bt.C'i tho demand of tho complaint, a copy iki'' of which hns boon filed with tho clerk BBWl'; of said court. BJfkjff't. FRED T. McGURRIN, itjjuj.'i Plaintiff's Attorney. BJI I ,M P. O. address: 52G-7-8 Atlas Block, J' Salt Lake City, Utah. H i M C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney. Hirff Constitution Building. Bflff SUMMONS. Hjirl In tho District Court of tho Third BBlHllHi Judicial District of tho Stato of Utah, BBiFtlT County of Salt Lake. j"j.? Allco C. Brealoy, plaintiff vs. Wll Bjv "r ' Ham C. Brealoy, defendant. Sum- BMpJi mons. Bffi "' . I The Stato of Utali to tho said do- BB ll ; j fondant: BB i,l i You aro hereby summoned to appear BB K f within twenty days after tho service .BJj if A , of this s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

I ' TRUTH if, I I unTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS K Ne THE WESTERN MINING AND MILLING COMPANY OF MEET- "Jq jo CONSIDER PROPOSED CHANGES OF THE ARTICLES OF corporation. 1 Notice is hereby given to the stock- II Thiers of tho Western Mining and I Milling company, a corporation or I! Z zed and existing under tho laws II nf Utah, with Its principal place or M huslness at Salt Lako City, Utah, that H a meeting of tho stockholders of said H rompany, has been called and will bo H held at the ofllce of tho company, No. H 14 West First South street, Salt Lake H city Utah, on Monday, the 24th day B of Apr". 1905' at ten 'clock A- M" H for the purpose of taking action upon the following proposed amendments B to its Articles of Incorporation. B 1st. An amendment to Article No. B 5 changing the amount of tho capital stock from $10,000.00, divided into B 10 000 shares, of tho par valuo of $1.00 each, to $300,000, divided into 300,000 I shares of tho par value of 51.00 each. 2nd. An amendment to Articl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 April 1905

16 TRUTH. ill (fasjs y I Via Ghicago Via St. Louis III I To Eastern Points 1 t w I jjlfi', I Either way you prefer, the Burlington can '' A 1 jrive you a service unexcelled by any other y H, I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars IcavingSalt h ! I Lake City every day, go thro' to Chicago on iK 51 ' I time saving schedules,connecting at Denver tt'lV I with the Burlington's own thro' trains to 1 ; I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and J i I St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis ,iil I there is very convenient connection with I principal trains for.the farther East or South 1 II ii II R. F. NESLEIM, General Agent 1 1 II 79 West Second South St., h ' Salt Lake City i f The Local Merchant Advertisers A 1 t ii i i. .wi f nrivnriintncr conorally Qnd pcoplo who buy things I I Ib tho boat judge of advertising fn Umj ot re;3plvo raoo.l in the I I vnluo of tho various weekly papors Burroundingsof Homo and Family I I in this Oity. Ho pnts his money especially at evening, when there h I 1 ...

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

I Vol. 4; No. 30. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 8, 1905. Prick 5 Cbots H I municipal politics I The "American" party is already 11 I making extensive preparations for waging a strong campaign next fall to n I capture the city. The members of the B party claim they will have unlimited n B funds to make tho light, and they have B In a quiet way commenced organizing. '" B ll ls thelr P"rnoso to navo a uand ot ' H workers In every election district In B the city and numerous women's clubs B will l formed to advance tho Interests B f ttic party. B The talk at present is that Ezra B Thompson will bo their mayoralty can B didate. H The straight Republicans are hoping H to have a new daily paper started in B a very few months so that it will be H a factor in the campaign. The Re- H publicans do not expect that tho legal B question of their ability to get the As- H soclated Press news report for the new paper, which Is to bo called tho Repub H llcan, will be decided for qulto a while. B ll Is ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

WW ! 2 TRU TH, kllllllllllB k. M 1 I ' , ' fldonce, slio passed out Into the mys- H ' ), This loved ono was not a Mormon, B not a Catholic, not a Presbyterian, not M ', a Methodist; not a Daptlst, not a mom- 1 , " ? her of any of the church organizations H , I i and It is quite doubtful if she believed fl j in all the orthodoxy taught by modern H i religion. Yet all her life sliohud been fl , j . devoted to the service of' her ills- M w ; tressed brothers nnd sisters In tlio H ' great family of mankind and by her B ' !' many nets of kindness had done much M ;8 to lighten tho burdens and clear tho m 'I way. M i . Who shall say that this ono was M , , j ' not received Into the arms of hor lov- fl ' j ing Father to inherit eternal peace? fl l ! Who shall say that after nn ending of M 1 1 exlstcnco such ns wns hers, she was 1 " 1 1 not translated into never-ending hap- M , 'j pincss? Certainly not ono of us who M witnessed her passing. It would bo M blasphemy to suggest such a thing. i'...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

TRUTH - I TTTTTdeclares dividend. The annual meeting of the stock- I hoider8 of the Z. 0. M. I. which was !m on Wednesday, showed a very i SllMng state of affairs to the stock- Sers During the past year the Ime of husiness transacted by the Z mercantile establishment was litter than that of any previous year. The cash receipts were $4,246,890 03, .ad the general conditions were found I, be most encouraging. A dividend of 12 per cent was declared for twelve ! months, 4 per cent payable in April, i per cent in October and the extra dividend of 2 per cent to bo paid as may be determined hereafter by the directors. The election of officers rsulted as follows: Joseph F. Smith, president; George. Romney, vice president; T. G. Web ber, secertary, and A. W. Carlson, treasurer. Directors: Heher J. Grant, Anthon H Lund, John Henry Smith, John It. Barnes, John R. Winder, Wm. H. Mc Intvre Henry Dinwoodey, Francis M. Lyman, Reed Smoot, T. G. Webber, L. S. Hills. Superlntedent Webber and the othe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

ErT 4 -TRUTH, I I I ; , ', IN THE SOCIAL REALM. I Tlio Misses Laura and Lena Preston bjL J i arc liomo from California. mm ''i i l' ' . ': Mrs- B. E. Illch of Ogden Is spond m tiffif ' ,:,B a few days In tlio city. viff ' T J S iff; i ..pi Mrs. E. J. Yard of Denver Is the i'v Ji ciiest of Mrs. Georgo W. Snow. I ' if H l 'ff Tho Concordia Club gavo Its first ' 1 1-all at Unity hall Friday night. . . , jfl Mrs. II. W. Young entertained at a ;t ? ii Kensington Wednesday afternoon. Ih& "''I ' l I G. S. Holmes and Miss Charlotto ;, i ' ,1 Holmes returned to the city Friday. 'I Hf i:' - . " f ,,1 The next hop at Fort Douglas will If. f Kg ho given a week from Friday ovcnlng. ; " . ' , ' Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Brink and their H J ' i daughter liavo gone to Denver to ro ll "' 1,1(,- :" 1 ' ; s , ri , 'I Mrs. Kcarnes of Gunnison, Utah, Is H' ,' 'I visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hamp- ., iff (on. :.'( ;; .11 j ' i . !j Miss Louise Peery of Ogden is In I. J ' !l (ho city, tho guest of Mrs. Cl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

I TRU T 1 M IMINTWORK I A. G. GIAUQUE I 448 W. Sixth South - - - phone 548Bell I Salt Lake City, Utah. Residence Phone 1675k--Be!l I Mrs W. H. Schroedor has returned from a visit to her parents In Kansas, and is at homo at 1C4 East Brlgham street. Mrs. William Beckwlth, her sister,' will ho with her through the summer. & 6 Miss Elizabeth Mclntyre will leave early In May for Philadelphia, where she will join a party of school friends with chaperones for a summer's tour of Europe. The party will sail June 3 from Boston. If At I Mrs. Joseph E. Caino will entertain a few friends at an informal tea Mon day next for Mrs. Guy Palmer, Mrs. Palmer spent several days of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. Hooper at the Hooper farm south of the city. & 0 From Paris, Mrs. Glen Miller has gone with Boston friends to Monte Carlo. After spending April on the Riviera she will return to Paris to await the coming of Mr. Miller. Tho carnival season is now at its height In Nice. The last of t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

Mp ' j 6 TRUTH- Mr l i - i. i , DEMOCRATIC POLITICS. i Local Democrats aro awaiting the return of National Committeeman D. II. Peery with considerable interest. It Is said among the knowing one. that his coming will mark a rovlval of Interest In party matters. Just now there Is nothing doing. The drubbing I ho organization received last fall, and the defections since, have about convinced many of the- erstwhile ac- - i. uvo members that there Is little l 1 1 chance for the success of a ticket at 'iif Iho fall election, although It Is but H I ilr to say there are a few who affect H ; i to believe that with tho Issues pre- H t j f anted by tho bond Issue, the frnn- H I i clilse asked for by the Consolidated H( , ' ! Ight & Railway company, the Demo- H, I f, crats would have a chance to do H, " l ' Fomcthing. So far as Truth is able H, i to ascertain there aro but few Demo- H , , , crats who want to fuso with the Re- H' ( pi publicans on a Citizens' ticket, no H ' matter what the A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

T R II T FT 7 I rtIng gossip. mine battle between George The C n "flike Schreck, which will i irdn,f ,aS at the Salt Lake theatre ! WpwmteeB to Tie an event that ; aKVp worth witnessing. Of course "?t Uke patrons of the arena are the Salt WKoi Gardner, who efS a 1 whipped tali?, at the fif ice arena some time ago 5& vas a gallant mill. It was next "l Weteh-NelBon go, the best over 10 in town. So far as Schreck is Z Li wo know little about him, concc men. thjj newspal)ers "ffr ho had done nothing else, his IfttVlth Philadelphia Jack O'Brien commend him as n man who , 1 a Tow of becoming a top ffcr Although Schreck got the first of the decision, the fact that nn en Is afraid to get in the ring iiih him again is an advertisement tort li worth hBV,nB- Gar(lner 'f no L training at Ogdcn and Schreck will ? work today under the tutelage nf Frank Lewis. Both men are going i work hard. Schreck will not have o out In the licks that Gardner will or the former is in fair condition ,1-ht now...

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

8 T R U T H- 1 k TRUTM K i, I iji Issuod Wookly by fff I j jje Truth Publishing Company. HH ' ! f Weitorn Newspaper Union Untitling, 211 HH 'A Ul South Wost Templo Stroot, ''t Salt Lako City. Illllf John W. Hughs,Edltor andManngar hwh'i.'F " HkI 1 1 j j ff Entered June 19, 1SW1, nt Salt Lake City, Utah Hsnltn! lL' ni second-class inattor undor aot of Coneross Jlf'-f? of March 3, 1879" Hi it i ',, j, HHJ j j li' Terms of Subscription. HM'mM ONK YKAK (In mlvaiico) $2.00 H ',; ',H SIX MONTHS (In uilvunoo) 1.00 J1 i TURKU MONTHS (In mlvanco) 75 !-. HH , .y Postmnstersseiiditicsubsarlptloiis tnTltUTH HH ) h may retain 25 per oont of siihscr.ptioii prlco Hi ' y, ;jj asoommlislon. HHKji 'i f HV i" M If the paper In not doslrrd beyond tlm (Into HHtjjr '' lubiorlbod for, tho publleatlon should Iio Hftjj' vti notlilod by lottar two weeks or more boforo HHIrlj' j ." tho torra expires. H it! Discontinuances. H!! I'll Iteinembsr that tho publisher must be notl- HHHl Fit lied by lotter whon u sub...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

1 5i?GRAFT'' of I ,, nio people of this city and Ity I Asarr"l0GSy to ''work"-tho llrat es. M state are e ,(1 scheme catches . I llme- -JTuntll some one tries it on 01 I nd then the gentle population 1Ss H s up and gives the would-be graft- I "wfpSTthat such a fate will be ny 1 f the otnt that conduc s the ex n't II fal thin and unpalatable sheet, to D trn.Jfe(l daily in this city and inte nt II P? le .Telegram. As everyone it B ft this publication is almost value 1 eTas a" organ of general informa B un It is entirely so as concerns its ". B Ineeed editorial expressions which r B ae nothing hut Jumbles of words la B iinus ideas. With the exception of a ah SwBtray items of telegraph matter n its first page, It Is nothing save a i I d rlnt of Its morning ally, The Trlb P B une and that it is a reprint In demon 1 B strated every day, for especially glar- H fne and somewhat nasty typograiml- rai errors appearing in the Tribune hive also appeared in the evening ihpet Knowing that It has ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

IPrT 10 T RUTH- i v J i' 1 ' I m Ellibllihid 1B64 W. P. KISEB.Mjl. I Is Henry f I' j Wagener j '"' l Brewing .' ? Co. ' I LAGER BEER & PORTER 1. ! g ;l H ! m Special attention given to bottled M'i ' beer for family trade. Free M, -J m delivery to all parts of V ! m the city. H ' c office: H J 74 E 8T FIRST SOUTH H 9 PHONE 210. Jt m ' , ., ; ' ,' ' . J Largest and Finest Dance Floor in the H 1 '( ; West. Christensen's Full Orchcs- Hi , tra in Attendance. ' DANCING SALTAIR i To-Night V ;.ij 8:00 p m. H , f Spooial train of closed coaches, 60 ots H ' - j round trip. ' m Dance Floor Enclosed. H! Am Everybody invited. Good timo for all. H f . , ( 1 H ' I AMUSEMENTS. m 4! , 'I Snlt Lake Theatre Agricultural M 'jj College Dramatic club In "She Stoops H ,";I to Conquer" tonight. B ;i j Grand theatre Anna Eva Pay. M - Ji Utahna theatro Rollnod vaudeville, H ' ; afternoon and night. ' Coming Attractions. H : Salt Lako theatre "Rovelllb and H it Taps," April 10-11; Dustln Fnrnum In H ? "Th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

XRU T M 11 I 51 ITsuoh constant rehearsal that bMrnBr"ant Young, the author of the v Is confident In assuring the pub Slot a smooth and careful presents L Everything possible has been one without sparing trouble or ex pense to make the play an ungual! K i a',ircess. While the cast is not "fnVssional I it has been carefully so F MPd so as to avoid as nearly as pos 'ihf the conventional faults of the notour Special scenery, including a Production of the famous heights of ftokout mountain, electrical effects Ind everything productive of a mill Sy atmosphere, have been lavishly Slled Company H of the National rnard will take part In the play, in cluding some fancy drill evolutions especially gotten up for the occasion. The Utahna will give a special con. cert tomorrow evening for the benelit of conference visitors. Following "Revelle and Taps" next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with Saturday matinee, "The Virginian" appeals at the Salt Lake theatre. It SJ3JSIAV "3A0 jo uonBznuimui' V S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

nr'1 ii TRUTH. Hi i . ODD BITS FROM THE COUNTRY j', PRESS. M ' ' ., Bishop With Wings. H , yjl ,(Mt. Pleasant Pyramid.) H 'Bjl Bishop L. O. Larson mndo a llyhiR H ' '9 trip to Salt Lako Saturday and re- H "v turned Monday. H ' - H Girls Wouldn't Have Patience. M j J (Mammoth Record.) H ff Contrary to all predictions, .T. H. H , , $ Patience returned from tho city H , ' Tuesday and Is still in a state or sin- H ' ful misery. H i One More Little Shaver. Hj j (Logan Journal.) Hj Mrs. Solon Barber presented her H . husband with a lino son on Wedncs- Ht , ,r day evening. i 'if H I' r Park Valley Hens Busy. , ' , (Box Elder Report.) H., i And still tho Park Valley Hon, rus- ! j' tloth and produceth hen fruit galore i t Easter 1b near at hand that's why, ! j tho hen improves tho shining nnd H' is, stormy hour, too. M q9 & jx H, '3 One More Nebeker in Office. ' .iU (Randolph Nows.) H' " fS John Nobokor of Lakeown has been Hi v .m appointed sheep inspector for Rich H' ' IS county. H' . I...

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