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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

I T R. U T H - 5, l'i " MEAKIN ABROAD. . . J., i mtfpq it to herself to do some .Ff toSrf" Laving honest state imf ml truthful pictures given to oentUto of o east. If the f reinds 'MoPv Sail as it is, will put one f, i the "effort forth that lier enemies ?"?iS can "e placed in her proper .XSrtatho front 'rank of states SS? her population doubled in a few ,a ,, i but now, with the mlsreproson fTn and ignorance of tho real condl fi, Spe are afraid to oven talk ' n, t Utah, let alone Invest their Sey or come here to make their Cmes. Thousands of people are thinking of the west and thousands Amoving out west but not to Utah, because of tho false impression exist ing as to the character of the people ami their religion. In a privao hotel in Chicago, I was Introduced In a jovial way as the man from paradise. A lady exclaimed: "Oh I'd like to go there." I remarked, ,-es 'from Salt Lake City. Tho lady almost fainted and then cried: "Oh, 1 wouldn't go to that horrid place." and such is the I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

HP I lift "j I 6 TRUTH. . I I SIR P h I Engaged. HH k ! J) Engaged! Who would ever liavo thought IB ! I ,; ll happened so sudden, you sco, H b Ii I wonder, when could ho have bought It ktSH ''''", " And now (,ld ho know 't would lit mot i J And how did ho dnro to embrace me, '1 And call mo his "darling," and Bess! Ill i Ho can't have the norvo now to faco mot 1 1 I'm suro that I didn't nay "yes." 1, Last night, why, I hadn't a notion ii i ' That that' was tho reason.Jio camo Tho' ho wus, vowed tho girls, .'ill devotion, ' And wo had lots of fun with his name. 1 1 , And to think that mamma, she flus- pected, j' , And sat up so lato, In undress, i To whisper that "no ono objected!" mm f 1tn suro that I didn't say "yes." HjBl t 'J 'Twas right In the midst of tho weather hi ',4 . Ho acted so funny and queer; 4 j I I was scared Just wo two thero to- Hdrii gother kjb li.t i And prayed somo ono clso would ap- BB9 H'f, pear, BBr$ , ;i i I And llrst thing I know, llko a ninny IBBn It w i -I ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

I F1 I TR.U TH, 7 Ml I SSSSSstMPt Mill's Advice. I -r J or three things I commend to I ? Keen yourselves in the full air I Ke wo Id and Play your part in the li n0Ss affairs. Always study rather If h- Passive. Do not be so unrea- II im2lZ to 'expect more from life II Tthe world than life in the world is II pable o glvlng.-Jhn Stuart Mill. Bj Handy Man In Demand. a recent number of the Cape Mer- CUry contained this advertisement: 'wanted for German West Africa a man to look after one horse, two cows ,d three pigs. One who can Impart the rudiments of French, singing and the piano to children preferred." Suited. I Mr Snowball Hi-yah! I see an B ad" In do DIackvllle Times dis mawnln': "A strong, healthy gal wants permanent job willing to work fourteen hours a day." Dat's do very gal I wants fer a wife! Puck. H Death-Trap Bedrooms. B Dr. Thorley, a medical town coun- B cilor'at Bolton, England, calls small B bedrooms death traps, and the council B 3 seeking parliamentary powers to B pres...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

! 8 TRUTH. I 1 1 TRUTM I'i Issued Wookly by Truth Publishing Company. I Wcstorn News)Bior Union HnlldliiK, 211 i Sotilh Wet Toiiiplo Street, I Salt Lnlto City. I John W. Hughes,Edltor and Manager I Kuterod Juno ID, 1901, utSnlt Lukd City, Utuli I, iiRBocoiid-olnMinnttor uudor uot of ConroH of March :i, 1870' II Terms of Subscription, ONE YKAU In iiilvauao) Si.m SIX MONTHS (In iiilvuiico) 1 (X) I THltBli MONTHS (In mlviuico) 73 jj Postinnstorssniidiiib'snbsorlptloiis to TltU I'll ifl muy rcitnin 2li per eont of minor, ption prlco 'I ! as commission. 3j ij ' Iftlio paper Is not doslrud lieyond tlm dtito I ' 8itbserlhod for, tlio ptibllciitlon bIioiiIiI Iio Inotllloil by lottor two woolen or mora boforo tho torm oxplres. Discontinuances. Ilomombor tliuttlio publisher must bo noti fied by loltor wlion n subscriber wishes lit s paper stopped ; ad urrours must be paid in full. HoquestH of subsorlbars to luivo tliolr paper mulled to n now address, to seciiro iittou tion, must niuiitlou for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

: Ij "naTpoutical gossip. . If (Harper's Weekly.) I , prpsldont Roosevelt an- It Si"CnJs in enUon of visiting Texas II nT in the coming spring, In order II rttnd a reunion of his Rough Rid r li to alie"" nt h0 ims received so many ' II fr Jffi ? frSm cities and towns in ' II ?I south that months of his time ' II ,h.Hb? consumed should he accept c II Ifi nil Unable to accept them all, . wm them ".., to discriminate against ' H SSv he as decided to stop nowhere II K way to and from Texas. There ! s" Ji doubt that these Invitations 1 II most of which would probably not ' II have been tendered a year ago, Indi- ' 11 cate a growing disposition on the part 1 H 0f our southern brethren to heed tho H luest that our chief magistrate is Vm I to have made through Mr. Thomas Kn Page, that the south would sus- ?end judgment on him. The request aliened to have been coupled with ' he expression of a belief that at the H end of two years the southern peo- nle would see cause to revise their minion ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

' '" ' ' I ! - I - I ' ' .. I . H H ' The Mission of the Wind. M'V!0 ITi10. Wind ho howls o'er land and sea; M ; An ho s wantln mo he's wantln' mo M c i'lo beggar erica, na ho hears tho beat 1 And feels tho chill of tho dagger sleet; f "Over tho land H An ver the sen, H Tho Wind's a hound H t ' J On tho track o' mol 1 ', An oh, that tho Wind 1 As ho strikes, might slay, H t An' send my soul '. - To tho Judgment dayl" 1 ' .' T?,wlPd no howls o'er land and sea; 1 . ' , An lio's wantln' mo he's wantln' mo!" 1 ' t fho rich man cries, tho night falls dim, H And tho sloct's keen daggers strike ' H l him: wi f ' "Tho Outlaw Wind b ; In a mad, world raco H Hath tossed tho leaves H I From my dead youth's facet . ; ' 'Tho gleam of gold' l ' So tho hound would say -' 'Makes a lurid light i i At tho Judgment dayl'" J t Tho Wind ho howls o'er land and sea; i, Como in, O Wind! to tho soul of mo; ;' And sleety darkness, with iron bars i Slay, and 'prison tho fear-whlto stars! H( I lovo neither v' ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

' Hi B I ' TRUTM. 11 'II ! - li MR. PUNCH'S PHILOSOPHY. I a man may bo judged by the com- 1 If panles he promoter IS Do a good and do not care to whom II -no one will notice it. iS How much better it is to get wis- I IB dom than gold-and how much easier. i lB Tho magic of first love is that It PS goe3 s0 soon and Is remembered so I long. IB Novelty Is an essential attribute of II tho beautiful especially novelty in tt bats. H Happy is tho man who is admired flj and praised by his fellows for he is H dead. H Nonce to Ipsum, but don't tell every H body tho whole truth about the thing ) H )ou ltnow' H A good life keeps off wrinkles, but a H good wrinkle sometimes keeps off a lot 3 B f trubic M A liberal education is considered the 3 H best dwr'' but i.00 a year is sti" H rather liked. i B The puro in heart are slow to credit IB calumnies, but they sometimes like to IB hear about them. u B9 A good reputation is a fair estate Hi iit -there aie others on which it Is IH oailer to get a mor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

Hi , ia truth. I j j Lawyer's Directory. ()( ( j H t 1 For handy rofcrenco, Truth prints H " ij tho list of Salt Lake's practicing H , j- lawyers, with their addresses. If any H ' names aro omitted, or if thoro are any H ,,, errors in the list, corrections and ad- H ', . ! dltions will ho made on receipt of noti- H .; flcation. H Y U i Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. H , ' Anderson, J. It. 58 Iloopor Block. H t Anderson, T. J. G8 Hooper Block. H Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Block. H Backman, G. II. :!2 Main St. H i Bailey, L. ,T., Jr., 7 Dos. Ntl. 131c. Bldg. ' Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. H Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. i ' Bennett & Bloror 1G3 S. Main. H. Bird, W. II. 100 Scott-Strevell Bldg. j' Booth, Leo & Ritchie GOO Aucrhach. H 4 Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. v , ' Botkln, Thco. 153 Keith Building. T Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. j ' i Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. HJ, , Boyd, C. W. G04 McCornlck Block. ST' Bradloy & Rlscliel 300 Atlas Block. I'j) , Braffot...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

I TRUTH, ' m J I THE SOENIO LINE TO , II OLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, c LI COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS OITY, ' ' ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST CaniecUoK at Osden Union Depot with 80UTUKRN PACIFIC an H ORKllON SHORT LINK TRAINS. The Only Transcontinental Lima " HH Failing Directly Through Salt Lake City. le i afe BPLENDHILY EQUIPPED rAST TRAINS DAILY BET WHEN BW If. iC OGDEN AND DENVER 't Ih VIA THREK SEPARATE AND DISTINCT RODTEI ' id. B Through Pullman and Ordinary 8leeplng Cart lo Denver, Omaha, Kansas ot H City, SL Loult and Chicago without change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. r- H Personally Conduoted Excursions. lie H DINING CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS lit EH For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, eto., Inquire of roar H aeirest ticket agent, speclfylmg the Rio Grande route, or address S II I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D., SA LT LAKE CITY, UTAH I GO VIA ST. LOUIS RETURN VIA CHICAGO, H Of p T OStlemfo aad ratara Tl St. Loala....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

II -J 14 TRUTH. I $-, j GRAND THEAT,RE n , I P' ' : H E L D ' S I 'f , m.'.Vbta concert H ' , January 15, 1305. I 4i i p l Mttrch, "Noel's Fashion Plato" .... H I English I i ' Polish Dances No. 1 Scharwonka H ' k Chinoso Dnnco, "Hoi) Leo". . . .Hcartz H '';Jnv, "Kato Kearnoy" Oliver I L Popular Selection from "Mr. Pick- H '-V wick" Hcdrtz lj. $ 'Tenor solo, "I'll sing I ho Songs of K i Arabj" Clay Hi Mr. Prod Graham. HI ,,,? ' Symphunny No. 1 (Comic) Dalboy Hj I , Paraphraso "Molody In P".. Rubinstein ML j" Overturo, "The Beautiful Galatea". Mp f Suppo I h f AMUSEMENTS. M 'W rr Salt Lako Theatre Edna Wallaco H'. p , Hopper In "A Country Mouse," mntl H, lieo todny, performance tonight. H , ' i ' Grand Theatre Hold's Band Coil s' cert, tomorrow night. ! ,' Utnhna Thcatro Roflnod Vnudo R vlllo. H ' J & H 'f (' Coming. Attractions. Hi. f Salt Lako Thcatio Salt Lako Sym- ' phony Orchestra. Jan. ICth; Paul Gil W more. 17-18; "Sis Hopkins," Jan. 20-21. 11 ti E Grand Thcatro "For Mothe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

I TRUrw i . Ml I mP timo widely appealing to music I Ts The v6cal soloist is Mrs. Lu- I ini Ferrln Sharp, and a violin solo I I Jjjj Jo rendered by Mr. George E. I Spvery music lover in tho city, .pro- " m (A tonal and amateur, sliould turn out I and attend tho concert. 1 II nose Melville "as "Sis Hopkins," on II her annual tour, will bo seen at the J qilt Lake theatre next Friday and i M Saturday, with Saturday matinee, Jan. I I 21 "Sis Hopkins" is too well I known to require an introduction to I local theatre goers'. Her rustic awk- I wardness, homespun philosophy and I nualnt country humor never appeal in i $n to the risibilities of Salt Lake H audiences. Paul Gilmoro, an actor well known here appears at the Salt Lake theatre, Wednesday and Thursday, in his lat H est eastern success. . HARRY LE GRANDE. I BRAIN LEAKS. IB Brave men aro always afraid to do H wrong. H Determination never shakes hands H with doubt. II Some men who think they aro frank N aro only rude. 3 II II You cann...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

,,; 16 TRU TH- I i I YOUR LAST CHANCE ll il TO GET STOCK AT TWO CENTS A SHARE I Is slipping away from you, as the offer may be withdrawn at any moment. I I Scores have taken advantage of the offer; why don't you? If you take stock I I and we strike it rich, as we confidently expect to do, you will share with us I 1 in the distribution of wealth; if you let this opportunity pass, you'll not be "in it." I I 3 The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company, (5 I I Which has now been fully organized, owns three claims in the heart of the great 1 I Goldfield District sixty acres of Mineral Land, through which a four foot I I ledge of Gold-bearing quartz extends, the formation being ryolitic and porphyry. I ll What a Well Known Salt Laker Says: I " Your ground, in my opinion, is located in one of the best parts I of the Goldfield district, and if you have a quartz ledge showing I on the surface which I understand you have you are fully justi- I fied in developing it. -VIVIA N P. STRA NGE. We Have t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

: I ' I'll I Vol. 4; No. 19. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 21, 1905. Pkicis 5 Cunts '111 1 1 Gross Carelessness Shown I I The pending Investigation of bounty B frauds In Salt Lake. Weber, Cache, H Davis and other counties of Utah leads H one to paraphrase the old proverb: H "The public likes to be humbugged," I and make it read "A county clerk is 0 H happy to ho buncoed." I If any other conclusion is to be ar- I rived at, it is that tho gray matter in 1 H the cranlums of tho men who have at H tended to tho Issuance of bounty cor- H tIBcates is of a low grade value, or H that they have worked in harmony H with those who havo profited most by I H the frauds. H A taxpayer will peruse tho recital I H that has been filling tho columns of H the daily press this week with min H gled feelings of wrath, amazement and H amusement. Anger that so many thou H sands of dollars of the state's money H havo been squandered, amazement H that so palpable a fraud was not dis- covered before it had gono...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

:, 2 . TRUTH, I i If . ' I l' M SENATOR SUTHERLAND MMh I Hon. George Sutherland is now the I duly elected Junior senator from Utah. As Mr. Sutherland is the only man I who has made a hard, aggresslvo, I clean and straightforward fight for I this honor, his election was without I contest. On Tuesday ho received, In I accordanco with tho action of the pre- I vlously held caucus, tho full voto of I his party In hoth senato and houso. I His election was ratified by tho joint H session held Wednesday noon. H Senator Sutherland hears his woll- II deserved honors becomingly and mod- estly. Ho Is not tho typo of man that will got his head swelled because ho has been given tho highest political position within tho gift of tho citizens of this state. Ho will go to Washing- ton with every opportunity to mako a splendid record for himself and ac complish great good for Utah. Ho Is tho unquestioned cholco of his party, his constituents will support him ear nestly and faithfully, and this without...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

I '11 I TPTTrrw 3 I rnwsnaers, wtilch Is discussed In I, 1'SS ow?ng quotation which was I akcn from the Washington corre li gpondenco to The Evening Post, New 1 YTho career of Mr. Vest raises the II important question of the quallflca J .inns which mako a man an effectivo 1 RPnator. Tho idea is unfortunately 1 ll ininK ground that a man who has I made or inherited, a lot of money is H ner se a good senator, or that he will -eet along well enough in tho Senate.' one reason why tho South today is so effectivo in tho affairs of the Na- tion exercising an influence far he ll vond her real strength is because it II Is still her custom to send men to tho 11 highest legislative body who aro able II to present forcefully, vigorously, lu ll minously, her point of view. Vest was H such a man. Bailey of Texas is such a taan, and there are many others. The history of the country would H havo been different had Texas been H represented in tho Senate by Dryden H and Kean (tho eminently respectabl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

; 4 truth- I I IN THE SOCIAL REALM. U I; II I Mrs. E. Y. Whitney entertained at I III a luncheon yesterday. I ft Mrs. William Bayly, Jr., loft on ' Thursday for Los Angeles. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker left for Now York Wednesday. I Mrs. A. E. Walker will leave for 1 1 San Francisco about February 1. I Mrs. Dorsey Ash will entertain the I H 500 club at her home next Friday. 1 1 Tho Bridge club met with Miss I n Kathorlno Williams last Tuesday. 1 1 Mrs. Joseph Stowo of Park City Is 1 1 In town, visiting her tlnughter, Mrs. II C. L. Rood. 1 1 Mrs. Agnes Osborne gives an In- 1 1 formal musicalo at her homo next Mon- 1 1 day evening. H After a pleasant tiireo weeks' in 1 1 Now York, Mrs. I. C. Glosz Is again at II homo In this city. 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. Hooper on- 1 1 tertained tho Auld Lang Syno club 1 1 Thursday evening. 1 1 Mrs. William Burko of American 1 1 Falls, Ida., is visiting her daughter, EH Mrs. R. H. Channlng, Jr. Hj II Tho Plato club will meet today II I with Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

IRETAIL GROCERS' DIRECTORY. 'SS SaRNES. HARDY CO., 28-30 So. 1401 DLYTII.' D. L, 317 W. 7th So. H 033 BRADY A. B., 301 9th East. ' 1 IPs BROWN, MRS. K., Cor. Center & M Fourth North, i 'M 970 BUTLER, JOHN M.. 210 So. r W State. 924S CHICAGO STORE, 118 W. 1st So ' I 1192 COLVILLB. J. G., 340 6th So. 1 B 2112 CORNER GROCERY, 180 W. 2nd So. 1441 LOUCAS, F. J., 207 W. 2nd So. I II 312 LYON & RICHARDSON, 331 So. in W. Temple. . II 1835 MAXWELL, JAS., 88 Q St. , H 1407 MYER & JENSEN, 285 J St. 14C0 MORRISON, J. G., 470 So. 1st West. 1 29 NEW CITY MKT. GROCERY CO., THE, 28 W. 1st So. H 1C22 N. Y. CASH GROCERY, 279 E Ml 3rd So. 1250 PALACE GROCERY, 9 East 3rd So. 749 PATRICK, ROBERT,. 1C3 B St. 121C PEOPLE'S CASH STORE, 42 W. H 1st So. fifl , 979 POULTON BROS., 424 So. 2nd B SC5 PRICE, ELI L., 18 Main St. C9C PRICE GROCERY CO., 151 E. J 3rd So. J 1973 PRICE, WILL L., 80 W. 1st So. 2IC2 PUZEY, F. H. & CO., 4th nnd E J St. WJ 478 RIGBY BROS., 422-24 So. W M Temple. M C7C CUTTI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

HBHHHHHHBHHBHHHMHHHBHHMHHHHHHJHHBHHHHHHHHHHHBHHMMBiMMBHHBHr HHHHHHHHJ ir!f J t! 6 TRU TH. I I, I LAWSON'S HISTORY CONDENSED, i l:. 1 ' I j 1 1 A Phlliulolphia weekly publication i i I " entitled "Seen and Heard" gives the ' j j following condensed account of Bos- ' .1 jjj ton's stock market bear operator: i ll "Tom" Lawson is tho most vorsa- I tllo financial fakir that this country I I has over scon. Ills carcor bogan car- ' ill ly. As a boy ho ran away from school I threo times hoforo his parents con- i eluded to abandon hint to tho "Street." Hero, as a messenger for a Stato 'I street brokerage houso In Boston, lio II got away with insldo knowledge of I tho famous Cincinnati, Sandusky & 'I Cloveland deal and was soon i oiling I in wealth oven beforo ho was old H I enough to smoko a cigar. Ho played (j tho market and soon found himself 1 I with only $G0 in his pocket. IIo in- I I vited his boy associates up to ii Young'B Hotel to a $50 dinner, and D I tossed tho waiter tho balan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

i m !r I TRUTH I A NEW FORCE. 55 II Tho Provo Enquirer sizes up con- " II ditions with an optimistic view of tho !' II future as follows: ts M Tho United States is on the ovo of Id IS a revolution, true it will bo a blood- r- 1 lees one, yet the results will bo as d- M ureat as those achieved where thou- 5' 'm sands of lives have been tho price d' I naid Tho spirit of tho revolution Is id the same as in those fought in times past; tho welfare and tho rights of I tho peoplo against tho greed and t II usurpation of the powerful few. As II the President of tho United States is II the head and front of tho movement H wo may well expect it to become a B force such as has never been felt in H the country along tho same lines bo- H (ore. IB For years tho government and tho pUUHc havo been considered legltl- 39 mate prey by many men and combina- IH tlons of men who havo carried on a (H legatlzed piracy against tho people B and tho government Starting in a B small way thoy havo grown in stre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

IfM 8 if TRUTH. I 1; TRUTM H TV Issued WooUly ly H 5f 1, Truth Publishing Company. H f , i . Western Nowspuper Union HiilldlnK, 211 Bj South Wot Toinplo Street, K l Salt Lnko i;ity. BBj ifcj f "" ' - i -ii ii jf R John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager I ! Enterod Juno 10, 1901, ntSnltLnlcri City, Utah H kJ as second-class mattor under net of ConnroH r,6, of March :i, 1810' ! Bj II' Terms of Subscription. Bj , f ONKYKAK In advance-) .. $2.00 P & SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 , f THKKK MONTHS (In advance) 7S !BJ i w PostinagtnrssniidtiiKSiibsurlptloiis tn TIIUTII H - may retain 25 per cent of subscr ption prlco i t4 as commission, " fo If tlio paper Is not desired beyond tlm ilato "fo subscribed for, tlio publication should bo i ' S notified by letter two woeltsor uioro before Bji tlio term expires. J.) L i 1 C Discontinuances. BJr I , Remember that tlio publisher must bn notl- Hfrif f iled by lottor when u subscriber wishes his '1 i pajier stopped; all arrears must bo paid In J; l fu...

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