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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

Lawyer's Directory. pnr ban reference, Truth prints n,t Salt Lake's practicing i PL s their addresses. If any la y. n'u. 'oltted, or If there are any names ait "lite ctIonB and ad. Sonswll c made on receipt of noU- !cJatian,Tt.."-720 McCornlck Block. nn j R 58 Hooper Block. And J on' r J -58 Hooper Block fXnc S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc?". IM S & Iilerer-103 S. Main. "ne H.-400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. nooth Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. noswell I Wm.-401 McCornlck Block. S Theo.-153 Keith Building. So. J- H.-82 Com'l. Block. Eman, J M.-431 D. P. Walker, nnvd C W.-604 McCornlck Block, nradloy & RIschel 300 Atlas Block, nraffct M P. 517 Dooly Block, nramel W. H. 401 Auerbach Block, nfeeden & White 311 D. F, Walker. Brothers, M. H 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. Brown H. C. 210-220 Atlas Block. Browne, T. B. 20 Com'l. Block. Buckle, G. C 502 McCornlck Block. Cannon, Irvine & Snow 514 Temple Casey, A. W 95 Com'l. Block. Cherry, A. N. G and 7 Eagle Block. Chrlstensen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

f? 5sgjp "7 ' "" " BBB "& bbi I4 TRUXM. I BBBI "" ... i linn i af BE JAMES D. PARDEE, Attorney. Eagle Block. H; SUMMONS. B In tho District Court or tho Third B Judicial District of tho Stato of Utah, 0 County of Salt Lake. K James F. Matthow, Plaintiff, vs. BE Ango A. Matthow, Defondant. Sum- BBI m on s. K Tho Stato of Utah to said Defendant: BBM .Youaro horoby summoned to appear BBR within twonty days after tho sorvlco BBH r this summons upon you, if served BBf within tho County In which this action BBjr Is brought, otherwlso, within thirty BH days aftor service, and dofond the BBJ nbovo entitled action; and In caso of BBJ yr fnlluro so to do, Judgment will Hl ho rendered against you according to BE1& tho demand of tho complaint, a copy BBI ot which is herewith served upon you. I JAMES D. PARDEE, BB Plaintiff's Attorney. BB p- - Address, C and 7 Eaglo Block, BB , Salt Lake City, Utah. BBJ S. Mcbowall, Attorney. BBl Walker Bank Building. H SHERIFF'S SALE. BB In tho District ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

iinng 1 NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS J II OF THE ' -STERN MINING AND I MILLING "MPANY OF MEET- I NG TO INSIDER PROPOSED In I CHANGES F THE ARTICLES OF ialt I NCORPOr -TION. lay H ick V tic, ltS' El Notice Is 1 "roby given to tho stoclt 0(1 U holders of -e Western Mining and tat H jilHliS cojr- ,any a corPratlon oris- H ganzed and xisting under tho laws 29' H of Utah, with Us principal place of ad R business at S It Lake City, Utah, that vo H a meeting of the stockholders of said r's B company, Iia been called and will be ,y' I held at the oitice of the company, No. ilt Hj 14 west Fir&t South street, Salt Lake City, Utah, on Monday, the 24th day ul I of April, 1305, at ten o'clock A. M., H for tho purpose of taking action upon y HJ the- following proposed amendments H to its Articles of Incorporation. H 1st. An amendment to Article No. "f I 5 changing the amount of the capital Ifj stock from ?10,000.00, divided into II 10 000 shares, of the par value of $1.00 II each, to ?300,000, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

I Via Chicago Via St. Louis i I To Eastern Points I Either way you prefer, the Burlington can I I pp'ive you a service unexcelled by any other f I lines. ItsStandardsleeping cars leavingSalt t I f Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on I time saving schedules,connecting at Denver j I with the Burlington's own thro' trains to '. I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and j I St. Louis. In both Chicago and 'St. L niis I . - there is very convenient connection with I principal trains for the farther Ea'stror South I r 'F. NESLEN, General Agent II 79 West Second South St , J ' Salt Lake City The Local Merchant Advirtisers T,. ,, I, ?n,irn nf nclvnrtlRlnc conorally find people who buy things Is tho boat judge of advertising U)o ro0iMJtvn moodJin ti?0 valuo of the vitriol weekly papord HUrroundhigfl of Homo and Family iu this Olty. lie puts his money oipeciully at evening, when there is where it payB best. -The best papor lolsuro and incllnaiinn for reading; r 1 1 n. i.of nnr.r. rr....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

BEwg!Biv - " BBBjfflHHiBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I Special Edition No.2 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 26, 1905. Pkicic 5 Cicnts , 1 1 Uiiiainous triumvirate e 1 Slnco truth's expose of tho vllllan- a I ous character of the trlumvirato I which owns and conducts the Tribune and its satellites It has received con flj gratulatlons and encouragement from I hundreds of people, Gentiles and Mor- mons alike. The approval of tho task i I Truth has undertaken Is not confined I to those in Salt Lake. Letters have n come from all over the state com- mending tho work. This shows the B very general disgust among tho peo- ' B pie with the ox-senators and their W blackguardism. Their cup of iniquity is full to overilowing. They are ab B solutcly a stink (stink Is tho propei B word) in the nostrils of all decent peo B pie. Some few of tho friends of ox B Senator Kcarns of course, regret the B exposure of the character and actions B f the cx-scnators, but admit the truth B of overythlng this p...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

f&r rr" 7 " ' 'MwB HI 2 TRUTH. I BK ho awarded soon and that dirt will be- HK ! Bin to fly all along tho route. This HB means thnt work will bo dono on this B ' end; in tho middle and at tho other WK S end. It Is not a ono ended road, liko HH j the Moffat road, which is still bolng H worked from Denver. This city will K get some benefit. Moffat works his B rpad, liko all Colorado roads havo been K worked. Fay day is tho date to talce (the workmen Into town and givo them their checks. Then every man who ,,- . blows ills money in holps Denver that Hj v much. HIb job is always open so long K rs he spends his monoy in Donvcr. If HB' wo had that system on this sldo tho BVJl rango wo would bo doing something; H would bo going some. Hi Truth is pleased at tho nows, bo- HB cause it means a great deal for the BBu (own. It means a great deal for tho HBJf t.tate. It means tho opening of now HBj. markets and tho bettering of condl- BBS (Ions for tho farmers and tho stock- Bjflf men. It mean...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

I TR.U TH. , 1 I Western Winnowlngs. I The Des Moines Club has purchased ow tie veteran outfielder, George Hog- un- never, from Indianapolis, ou t date. Manager Smith, of Denver, i.m signed McHale, Munroe, Hartzell, ' Seta Perrtne and the Pacific Nation al League pitcher Englo. rly Four of the champion Omahas have be. not returned their signed contracts. 're TUey are "Buck" Thiol, Jack Thomas, Ity Paully Companion and "War" Saun- m- ders All the rest of the players have signed contracts and will bo on deck at the appointed time, March 25. Manager Carney, of Sioux City, an not nounces his team as follows: Pitch ing C.ji-Cadwalladcr, Kostal, Jarrott, Mc- n. I Itonald, Nugent, Hatch, Perkins and G. of I K. Lindaman; catchers Brown, Gor to I ton and Starnagle; lnflelders Carney, in I Sheehan, Curley, Weed and Newton; I outfielders Lawler, Pulslfer, Nobllt, H Dowd. O'Hara. Tho players report W March 25. ia O o 3 ffl Children's Working Hours. ire iniportant physiological expert oy ments h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

f 4 TRUTH, I TRUTM Hl Issued Wookly by Hw Truth' Publishing Company. HHI Woilorii VNowspapor Union Hiilldlng, 241 HSlI South West Templo Street, W Salt Lalto City. Hf ! John W. Hughes, Editor andManager HB Kntcrod Juno 19, 190), nt Salt Luke City, Utah HR as socoml-olnss mnttor lindor act of Coucroas Hr of March 3, 1870' Hh (,, Terms of Subscription. Hffi ONKYKAIl In advanco) $2.00 Bti , SIX MONTHS (In, ailvanoo) 1.00 B(j THKBK MONTHS (In advanco) 7 HU 'PoBtmnstorsgondliiir subscriptions to TRUTH HRfi may retain 2li per cent of subscription prlco HBkB as commission. HH If the paper Is not doslrcil beyond the duto DHM subsorlbod for, tho publication ihotild bo HHBI notlllod by lettor two weeks or moro beforo HHff tho term expires. HBt Discontinuances. BBt' Knmombor tliattbo publisher must bo notl- Hflt lied by loiter wliou n subscriber wlslios hw BS paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid In HR UdqilostR of subscribers to huvo tholr paper U niallod to a now address, to soouro ntton- ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

l INVESTIGATE COWLEY AND TAY- er j LOR. era J ' . tronK belief has grown up not ed nt among the Gentiles but also lay llns Alorinons that Apostles Taylor ? SSTow ey Have been guilty of taking t0 nhral wives since the issuance of Z he Mormon church manifesto against nolyfiamy, and the people Mormons nni i Gentiles alike, want the charge . irh 1ms been made against thoso ' apostles investigated and the re- , Sit made known. If they have not 1 entered Into the polygamous relations u I ice the manifesto they should court St an investigation and bo exonerated ' um the charge; if they have thoy , should he dealt! with according to . their deserts. In other words thoy ed should be punished severely. , The matter come up In the Smoot ed H case at Washington and Senator nd Smoot expressed himself freely and re- I emphatically regarding It. Hero Is an ne extract from the record: ie n Mr. Worthington Suppose, as a ro of IH suit of that investigation, or other id w wise, it should turn out that...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

f1 I 6 ffttifH. I HEIN2E WINS. After litigation covering a period of ( several years, the siipromo court of the state of Montana has finally dccldod that F. A. Holnzo owns the famous Mlnnlo Hcaly mlno. Tho matter ha been In tho courts since Juno 12, 18'J!). Tho mlno Is an exceptionally rich one and Its valuo is estimated at ?10, 000,000 to. $15,000,000. It is not tho value of tho Minnie Healy however that constitutes tho Important featuro of tho case. It Is tho question of who is victor; Helnzo or tho Amalgamated Copper company. Tho latter has been trying to down Helnzo for years and this nctlon-nt-law was one of tho methods employed. j Realizing that If ho could he dlspos- 1 sossed a source of revenue sufficient to keep him In tho field would ho cut off, tho Amalgamated started a Biilt, using Miles Pinion, who at one tlmo owned the property as a plaintiff Helnzo spent more than a million dol lars defending his tltlo and tho other side a quarter as much In attacking Some very unsavo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

I TRUTH. 7 PW I Of Other Days. ,t finor here, mo and you, Down on ' f!?s nW i used to do )olne some Blunts hi With other ii urn Uloy mughlnB of pimpled or ciui l And. Slif'but the Hpa of them they were Anj' the' yellow curls on each tousled j wncrohondeiful, shimmering, dancing 0n tnTol'd-tlmo boys and tho old-tlmo Aml tfe'lunny things that wo used to Ijet ufget down-here, mo and you! ii us set down here, mo and you! Jurrvour shoulder peck eyes of blue, 2V? J iho misty years troop back Out oi,1, ?c of old, and a-plck-a-paclc VrSnm sta'rs and wo go pell mcll DoVnsWilrs at tho sound of tho supper II imnco'nl'don't holler, I won't hurt you; 1 m? this Is the way that wo used to do! I ?Su are filling tho place In tho heart of I The DlaeTof tho children that used to bo. -Houston Post. I Honesty That Irritated. "Onco, when I had occasion to with draw $25 from my bank," remarked tho conscientious man, "something m happened which almost tempted me to think that honesty may at times bo not so...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 April 1905

" M U 8 TRUTH. I I II nMiTiTiiiiTill i Via Chicago Via St. Louis To Eastern Points J Either way you prefer, the Burlington can ffivc you a service unexcelled by any other I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars leaving-Salt Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on I lime saving schedules,connecling at Denver I with the Burlington's own thro1 trains to L Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and I St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis there is vcrv convenient connection with principal trains fdr the farther Eust or South ' R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I l 79 West Second South St,' Salt Lake City I II J i i . . i ii - ' -..i i. .. i . .. . , The Local Merchant Advertisers I Is tho boat jiulRO of advertising ponomlly And people who buy thinp 1 1B luo , """ "in tho mot rocaptivo mood in tho value of tho various weekly paporn Hnrroundlngn of Homo and Family j in this Olfcy. Ho pnta bis monov especially at evening, when thoro is I wboro it pays bent. The bi-st pnpor lolsaro and inclinati...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

I f IJ N - I VoT No. 33 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 20, 1905. Pkic.c S Cicnts ; I enumerate Going to Pieces I When Truth calls tho triumvirate controlling tho newspaper situation hero thugs and blackguards It means exactly what It says. It Is no figure of speech, but a cold fact. Tho acts of Cannon and Kearns In business ami politically aro as dishonorable as they can possibly be and morally they aro utterly putrid. The trail of the wrecked homes and dishonored women left by Cannon extends from one end of the state to tho other, and there Is hardly a county jail in tho state ol which ho has not been an Inmato for crimes varying from assault to murder to stealing diamonds from a prostl tute. Wo can substantiate our state ments with names and dates If neces sary. Yet this man poses as a leader of tho people, a mentor In all that is good and pure and true. Ho went east a few days ago, and If ho will stay In tho east It will bo a good thing for tho west. That thero has hcen a row among ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

JIBHlHIHHHflK2&l'"'lk' r VVF' tJJB8SRftHHHIHffiliHSRP? BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB -JKHSaMK&nR&m$?KntoBK- -w . ' " " TgPllBa2lBBBBBBBBBBf& jfJHMEgiallHinJMBpil ' '"HiWBFTnBWIPWIirMBIlHBBBPt . JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI 5iwwwwiiwFF nr".;:'" tt "i " w w ' BBBBflBflBl -s-'-j - f I 1 '"' I HI ffi f Jooy Is tho Bchcmcr. Tom 1h tho H : i monoy-lings. HM j Nothing that Cannon can do as a HH& ' J llbollor, a slandorcr, will Biirprlso peo- Hi Plo who know him. Dut IiIh fulmina- Bm tlons thnt arc disseminated by tho dls- HSf! roputablo trlumvlrato named havo HMK wrought, and yot aro working, lncalcu- HEJk J lahle Injury to business Interests here, BMi - especially to thnt division thereof In HnK " which tho money of Gentiles Is most SB heavily Invested. HHI O1 HBfL GRANT THE NEWHOUSE FRAN- IRW chise. mam Ih( Flvo hundred people nt Odd Fellows Hi hall Wedncsdny night declared in l'tiv- HBg or of granting Nowhousc a franchise Hfj for an electric light plant. Just as the HU J anniversary servi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

I TRUTH. , l Fj CANNON'S ABSENCE. Hfl I Prink J. Cannon is out of tho Trl- U I fr five weeks; perhaps for all J I S Voul.1 not stand tho strain I " therefore, had to obtain a va- I anL The indications arc he is a I ca" wreck In youth ho started an. I nha o ? constitution, but tho un- 110 I ! ural flfol.o has led has brought a I na 7tiiro collapse, and tho man's use- I ?7 Mn any pursuit, whether it bo I Jf Mormon baiting or simply following 1 i ordinary business pursuit, is inv I paHpdsecras to have lost all mental I ,,inolso and of lato has been inllu- .fifty others who have directed his I fnnrso with a control equal to that I ffi? an engineer at tho throttle I ma ntalns over his engine. Ho has 1 heen transformed under these infiu- I nnces from a man at least pretending to believe In the principles of Mormon D sm to an agitator laboring to bring down upon tho homes of those of his ! former faith a storm of human hatred W and aversion, and he has held up to II public obloquy everythi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

If 1 4 TRUTH, I H ; IN THE SOCIAL REALM. HH' ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sockets have H9 X gono to Peru, whero they will remain 9 ' for somo time. Louis Scckols, Jr., Hffi nnd Miss Alice Scckols will bo nt home BB for tho present at 78 East First North HK Mrs. Edward Sawyer of Mllford Is MB in tho city, visiting friends for a few HHB days. Hhvi- Miss Gortrudo Jonas of Oakland, nffi Cal., Is visiting Miss Martha Wattcrs Hffijji at 253 Third street. W Miss Evelyn Thomas and Miss An- JHHS nlo Adams entertained the P. I. X. HEBJS girls Friday evening. nu HjR Mrs. Holier Leo entertained tho 000 HHQ I club at her homo, 171 West North DHE Temple street, Friday afternoon. HBH. TJio Strollers gnvo their danco for HHH tho benefit of tho U. of U. gymnasium flHT Friday evening nt Chrlstcnson's hall. H & & flBSt Harry Shearman sailed last week HHH j from Now York in company with his PHH aunt, for a stay of somo time in BV Europe. Hl I tS 3 HHJv Miss Robcna Paul, sister of Mrs. F. HHK F. J. Hill...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

I Shatter. slSli'"1""""'1'"- en. ' r" oc increase, nothing but in "InCr fhe Srcon ago of mortality a creM?. ir Tu I860 tho death rate ''all -far ly, 13U per cent and In 1904, " r;r" I brieve the figures this ' "maintain this ratio of increase." year maiuui 1Iarry p. Loomls, of K ffcSy ami wing this he Tls'not necessary for scientists to '- . , the fact that the present 5? life s a Killing one Tho facts I nerfectly patent to tho veriest are I flf Men drop dead nowadays m S hearts, under ordinary condl- ra on were Eoo.1 enough to last 100 1 ln They hurry home, eat their ,., I So swiftly that the food is but 11 H ?,if masticated, washed down by sov- ,DS I SS of water, then go out. I something happens to excite them or cr. I arouse deep emotions and then rs I crack goes the heart. They fall dead. I Men die that way, men with nothing I radically wrong with their hearts, that a I we can discover, victims of hurry, In is I digestion, nervous excitement and ' a M Well, what can we expect? W...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

f Hi 11 I 6 TRUTH. li JBji j ADDITINOAL SOCIAL NOTES. Eli J s- j Mrs. Henry McEwan will entertain Bjff ! I at a Kensington next Tuesday. H)d . I Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr and her chll- IDHuisi K dren will leavo Monday for Los An- HHffl " n goles over the San Pedro. They will jB3k , H Hiend the summer on Terminal Island. jBjlI I & & flRjfipf I MIbs Margaret Harris, daughter of TjJEiKg I Mr. and Mis. Fisher Harris, will on- BBtoIw . 1 tcrtaln about twenty-flve of her youn; BJlH tV ' friends at the Harris home on Q PJH n j street this afternoon. HHKs St ' Hf fl Mrs. Charle3 S. Will03 and (laugh- pHKrlri tcr, Deborah, have returned from a IPHogO visit of some months in the east. They Bijf v!3 will leavo shortly to join Mr. Wilkos in lRxitl Tonopah. JHIgli Tho Country club opens the season IHEa7 today with a tea in tho afternoon at 4 HmhrSS o'clock with t'ho usual side attractions HKM of tennis and golf. Tho hostesses will Hf3 be Mrs. II. D. Nilcs, Mrs. E. S. Fcriy, Hlr Mrs. C. II. Pe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

li TRUTH . p 7o if " MEAKirTrOGO EAST. Ill Mr John P. Meakln will leave on II j next for an extended proton- 1 I a trl o the larger clt.es In the I ? Mr! Moakln has been a student 1 !,',hta life m his youth he tolled I mler the most discouraging clrcum- I Tances at any Kind of work, support- I L always from six to eight loved I Lei but withal he educated himself. I in 1887-8-9 ho studied with the best I teachers in Chicago and graduated I nh hlch honors, after which he re- 1 if?o Salt Lake City which has been his homo since 18G0. The field in this western country for professional men was not a pro- ni ileus one, as a paying proposition. Professional people in Utah know the mi custom, work for sweet charity, n-v j our own fare and buy your own t'othes out of nothing. Therefore he had to turn his attention to business M Dursulls and work In his own line simply for the good of the people and through lovo of his profession. Mr. Meakln will from now on devote all his energies on the line...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

jM 8 XR.U T H, Bptf Issued Wookly by HRjl&l Truth Publishing Company. yAJgt Wcistorn Nmvsimpor Union Hulldliie, 211 laflRHHn South Wost Tnmplo Stroot, lBtol!& Suit LnUo Uity. BBVKl John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager flHXKt Kuteroil Juno HI, 1001, nt .Suit I.nlcd City. Utuh tBHllyi no R''cOiil'cliis innttor unilor net of Couktoh BHWfl "t Mnrnh 1. 1870' MBRtfri Terms of Subscription. Hr?:! ONH Y"Mt In mlvniico) $2.00 BY SIX MONTHS (In iiilviiiipo) 100 Hnf 1 THltliK MONTHS (In nilvniieo) W B ,V I'ostmiiHtorx roimIIhi; subscriptions to TRUTH He 'l may rntnln 21 por contof Kiihgcrintlou prlco PjHSfifiX as coMimlfeHlon. HB3hJ J If tlio patior Is lint tloilrril beyond tlin ditto HuQjlr RilbsnriliiHl for. tlio ptibllont foil shoulil bo HraPJf iioHIIimI by Inttnrtwo woeksor moro boforo HKlffljg I tlio term uxpirrs. HSwrf Discontinuances. HnSi I Komoinlipr that tlio publlKlior must bo notl- fififc;! l lleil by loitor wIipii n subsoribor wishes bis SEir! puiier stopped; nil urro.irs mu...

Publication Title: Truth
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