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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

I I --TTATE INTERESTS. Truth realizes that Utah is one of , JSindest spots on earth for homes. 1C health for energy, for business, for for So investment of labor and cap- ! ffffn dovcloplns almost unlimited ,tnrnl resources. D T ,tn also realizes that a proper ap- r iintlon of the above-mentioned fact KSSSlt Uko City, Ogdon, Piovo, n and Brlgliam City some of the 2t desirable towns on earth for So "l10 woul(1 eny 1 i T lent the advantages offered by this BtTruth recognizes, too, that the con- I ditton of real estate Interests hero is !n indicator of how people aro avail- iV themselves of tho opportunity ot utilizing thoso advantages. Utah needs a largo influx of popu'a- tion and of capital. She needs a unity of commercial and social interests. she needs harmony among tho mental and financial forces in the state. She nee(g protection from tho voice of tho slanderer and tho act of tho dospoller. H She needs a live-and-let-live policy in aii classes of the community. ShoneeJs Catholics...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

& - -7 -"i. - ibBbbTbbb1 vBBe? HI .' I I I 10 TRUTM. i I EsUblithed 1864 W.MtlSER.Mgr. jj Henry jj I Wagener Brewing 3 5 Co net vu' 3 bek I r H I LAGER BEER & PORTER" W BflM BBK HIW BBK Special attention given to bottled Bfiff- beer for family trade. Free BB m delivery to all parts of BW k the city. j BHU " BBu BBb I. officc: J ' E T FIRST SOUTH 5 BBB PHONE 210. BBS BBfl H AMUSEMENTS. H Salt Lake Theatre Dark. BftV " Utahna Thcntrc Refined vaudeville, BS nftoinoon and ovcnlng. BBB J" Grand Theatre "East Lynno," matl- BBB nco today, performance tonight. BV n. BY i COMING ATTRACTIONS. B Salt 1 also Theatre Vhi to Whlttlo- BBT soy In "Heartsease," Monday night BBtj mid Wednesday matinee; Tuesday BBW nlfcht, "Second in Command"; Wed- BB ncsdny night, "Soldiers of Fortune." Bfl' I Chnunccy Olcott, May 4-C, "A BBV M Romanco of Athlonc." BBa F Utahna Theatre Refined vaudeville. H f & & BB When Miriam Mlchclson rodo to lit- BJB crary fnmo "In tho Bishop's Carriage," " wo did...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

T mam r lam fi TRO T H n III J i j M MM CHAUNCEY OLCOTT in "A ROMANCE OF ATHLONE" Somg:--"My Wild Irish Rose" B role said to bo rich in comedy and as H well as noble, generous and light- H hearted qualities. As was expected, Edwin Royle's latest H drama, "The Squaw Man," made a posl- tlve hit in Buffalo last Monday night. When the play goes to Broadway, as H It will soon, the Gotham critics should H fall over themselves, because a Buffalo H Indorsement is a winning card nny H where in New York. The Roylos are H a talented family tho father is emi- ncnt at tho bar and the sister, Mrs. j Martha Royle-King, a recognized lead- er In musical circles. With every nat H ural equipment his by right of birth and training, the future is big with H promise for Edwin Royle. HARRY LE GRANDE. H O H Spring Weddings. New and correct-forms Wedding Invitations and announcements. The Hope Engraving Co., If 28 East First South. I SPORTING GOSSIP. I 4 I George Gardner wants to get a match on with Schreck...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

-IbbbbH : - r - B l i 12 TRU TH. 1 HJj "LIKE HECTOR OF OLD." BE , "Frank Cannon 'will not quit' the BBjt light. Ho cannot bo frightened, into si- IBr lcnco, bull dozed Into submission, nor BBk subjugated by ecclesiastical bribes. BBJf He would f "Rather, like Hector, in the field to f BBJI Than as the perfumed Paris, turn H and Ily." BBK All of which appeared In the Wcdncs- H day Issue of the Tribune, in connec- Btp j lion with a statement to tho effect Hw. j that Furious J. has been granted a BJK ' i livo weeks' vacation with pay. Thoro BBH I u'ro a lot of old-timers hero in Salt r i Lako City who will marvel at that mM j statement, too. Flvo weeks' vacation BBJ with pay! Tlmo was when a man Nt couldn't get a five-minute vacation BBK without being docked, or hauled over H, tho coals by Colonel Grouch. Dut lot BE that pass. Furious J. has a vacation. H- Ha is resting and when ho comes back H will renew the contest. Wo think in BY thi3 case, however, instead of tho cou- BBJf plot abo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

I ' TEsojj pfe'ln 1 Lawyer's Directory. I "TTTdTrefercnce, Truth prints 1 orii,t o Salt Lake's practicing the "r with tliolr addresses. If any law'5'er'rl omitted, or It there are any I nameS ? thellst corrections and ad- I SfS Sin b" niatle on rcce,pt of not1' I flf?tl0on' Thns 720 McCornlck Block. I Adfln J R.-58 Hooper Block. AerSn' T J -68 Hooper Block. ADdCl! 'c S l'-l 3 Com'l. Bloc' Armstrong, b-' gt I XI J ' '.. dS V Bk Bids. I SSn Chas.-74 Com'l Block. SSnM A. R-212 S- Maln . KSftt & Blercr-163 S. Main. ffw h!-400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. H Sooth Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. H Kll Wm.-401 McCornlck Block. B no kin T.eo.-153 Keith Building. I no vile J H.-82 Com'l. Block. !'n . M. 131 D. F. Walker. I no?d C W.-GOt McCornlck Block. nradlcy & Rlschel-300 Atlas Block. nraffet M. P.-B17 Dooly Block. I n amel W H.-101 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White-311 D. P. Walker. Brothers, M. n. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur-212 S. Main. Brown H. C 219-220 Atlas Block. Browne, T. B...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

. . . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbj J bbI Hi 14 TR.UTM, I Hfflj ' within tho County in which this action i Is brought, otherwise, within thirty BBj days after service, and defend the HBJL ' above entitled action; and in case of 1 your failure so to do, judgment will BBjBf 1 bo rendorcd against you according to In 1 - the demand of tho complaint, a copy MB H of which is herewith served upon you. l I JAMES D. PARDEE, Hi fi Plaintiff's Attorney. BHH 5 P. O. Address, G and 7 Eaglo Block, BHf & - Salt Lako City, Utah. mB H . The stockholders of tho Union Sav- HW Ings & Investment Company (a cor- BBLJ poratlon), aro hereby notified that a BBBI meeting of tho said stockholders will BBpJK bo hold at tho ofllco of tho Company, BBJ Nos. 201 and 20G, Constitution Build- BBJ ing, South Main Street, Salt Lako BHf ; City, on Saturday, tho 29th day of BBJ April, A. D., 1905, at 10 o'clock A. M BBB for tho purposo of considering and BB- voting on the following propositions, BBB to .amend tho Company's ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

i TB"TTT ' m I !7i statement of its condition, deta" Mrh tho foregoing statement I iTbeen prepared, and that tho said baS has in all other respects com N" I Tdwfth too laws of tho state relat- PLeto insurance. Nil in Testimony Whereof," I have hero- 1 Jet my hand and affixed the great 7.23 I S f the" State of Utah this tenth to of February, A. D., 1905. da5 C. S. TINGEY, "'71 I (Seal.) Secretary of State. ASSESSMENT NO. 3. luno Mining Company. Principal niace of business, Salt Lake City, e.r M tan Notice Is hereby given that at i meeting of tho directors held on the 3rd day of April, 1005, an assess- ment of one-quarter cent per share was levied on tho capital stock of the ne corporation, payable Immediately to "' p y Muhlcnbruch, treasurer, Room 9" Central block, Salt Lake City, Utah. nn I Any stock upon which this assessment may remain unpaid on the 10th day of May, 1905, will bo delinquent on and advertised for sale at public auc- I tlon, and unless payment is made be- B fore wil...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 April 1905

ra-s-sla-lia" 1 vravravH tor : 7 B lF 6 TRUTH. lHL ' IhbHBHHBHjM I Via Chicago Via St. Louis If To Eastern Points HK Hf "Either way you prefer, the Burlington can WKh give you a service unexcelled by any other H' ' lines. Its Standard sleeping earn leaving-Salt H ' Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on jH time saving schedulcs,connecling at Denver ,Hg with the Burlington's own thro' trains to H Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and HB St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis H there is very convenient connection with K principal trains forthe farther EastorSouth Hi R. F. NESLEN, General Agent H I 79 West Second South St, !H Salt Lake City H The Local Merchant Advertisers '' Ib tho best judge of advertising gonorally find people who buy things Hi xu l,,u jbu f fn tj,0 mot reoiptivo mood in tho M r value of the various weekly paporri surroundings of Homo and Family HB in this City. Ho pntB his monoy especially nt evening, when there is where it pays best. -The bent paper lol...

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

J ANTI-KNOCKERS' EDITION. f Special Edition No. 3 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 3, 1905. Pkicic 5 Cknts I Down Cbc Plutocracy. H The plutocracy represented by the H triumvirate which Is at the head of H tho knockers and which Truth Is la- H boring to overthrow and confound Is H of much longer standing, much farther H reaching and even much more bane- H ful than people generally suppose. H Truo Its present outbreak has put It H In a more conspicuous light than It H ever occupied before and demonstrat- H cd more strikingly than at any time H In tho past itsenmity to tho people and H determination' to rule or ruin. BB This plutocracy of which ex-Senator H Kearns Is tho head, began nearly twon BB ty years ago to control this city an"5. B state. For years it was a potent but silent factor in elections especially In tho election of members of the judl BB clary. Senator Kearns wanted men on fl the bench that he could control and BB whilo ho did not always succeed In fl getting just tho men ho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 May 1905

. J .jIjIjIjIjIjIjIjvJbJbjH k. Issued Woolily liy BK Truth Publishing Company. j Woitorn Newspaper Union llulldlne, 241 ) South Wost Templo Stroot, pi Salt Lako City. Aft John W. Hughes, Editor andManager HB Bnterod Juno 19, 1S03, at Salt Lako City, Utah pM ai snooml-olnss mattor undor not of Concross J of March 3, 1878 JB Torms of Subscription. SB , ONR YKAIt (In advanoo) $2.00 IBM SIX MONTHS (In advanoo) 1.00 Hu TURKU MONTHS (In advanoo) 75 fBpJjU Postmasters soiidlns: subscriptions to TKUTH pHf i. may retain 25 per oont of subscription prloo flU as commission. j JB ' If tho paper U not doslred boyond tho dato MB! subiorlbod for, tho publioatfon should bo notlllod by letter two weeks or moro l)oforo BU tho term oxplros. YAW Discontinuances. WBX Bemombor that tho publisher must bo notl- t Hod by lottor wlion a subsorlbor wlsbos Itin Hj' PaJ?er stopped; all arrears must be paid In WJH Hf i Requests of subscribers to bavo tholr paper HBBl j mailed to a now address, to soouro atton- H...

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

BjlH' ' "" '-- - t jSvJiruff i 1 1 1 in "HH H TR.U TH. 3 if Hi WHY SUPPRESS NEWS? 10 Cllr- H p-vcrv time any court proceeding is Pr"-Hl h,j m which the ticket brokers get Hi he worst of It, the dally press of this V. HI Iv.v is handy with headlines announc- IS Sg tie fact But when the broker gets I ' KM he best of It, silence reigns and the S l IS , inn is iillcd with miscellaneous mat- 101ia HI fir clipped from the Saturday Even- whlch" Iff nc I'ost. Why this is so Is a mar- I HI iimtitls. Recently Oscar Groshell ,aJl SI ook a c il-plng from the Railway Age, lllt,e' HI o radical organ of tho railroads, to ljr HI p Herald and requested it be printed. t0th HI i pcause it was a matter of news. Did pl HI tho Herald print it? Nit. Manager Me Hi inlohcart decided that as tho Herald That HI !.,as owned by Senator Clark, and Sen- terer Hi ,tor Clark qwned a railroad, or thinks kee H ho does it would -not bo a proper bit (the f oWS' The Tribune was offered tho H same story, but declined it ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 May 1905

ear T- " 7 'H M Hn i . - i. ..i I, i - .ii I,, It' ANOTHER KNOCK FOR THE I KNOCKERS. Undor dato of April 27, tho Boston News Bureau says that E. E. Abor cromblo, vlco president of tho Boston Consolidated, has returned from a vis It to tho Bingham camp. Ho says: "A romarkablo degree of activity Is ap parent throughout tho whole district. Tho mines aro outputtlng about 3.G00 , tons of oro per day, or In excess of 100, 000 tons per month, and Indications nil point to a material Increase In this production boforo long. j "Tho Utah Consolidated company Is j shipping between 800 and 8G0 tons per day of good oro. Development work Is being kopt up at tho mines and tho smoltor Is doing oxcollont work. While moro or loss controversy Is being raised In regard to tho damage from tho sulphur fumes, tho company Is allvo to tho situation and Is using every endeavor to obvlato It, with every reasonable possibility of sue "United States Mining company Is doing splendid work and Is showing ( largest ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 May 1905

I TRU XH. fj FRANCHISE DID NOT COME UP. The amended franchise for thojight d railway company did not como up at the last meeting of, the council. It Is aid that tho company failed to get ati'ther vote as was .expected. Tho daily papers wero very rambunctious in their assertions that tho franchise would bo agreed to; that somo one had sold out, but It proved to bo a tempest In a tea pot, foctho matter wasn't oven mentioned. As a matter of right it is to bo hoped this franchise will bo defeated unless tho franchlso is so framed as to prop erly protect the Interests of tiro pub I lie and in tho interest of a patient and long suffering community, which is cttng tired of being pestlcated and all jarred up by tho wild and woolly stories being dally published by tho papers, Truth has a- sug gestion to make to tho eight gen tlemen who are opposing, tho granting of tho concession. If you really, truly, honestly, sincerely, cross-your-heart-and-hope-to-dlo want to knock this mat tor out, call...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 May 1905

fsr- r " H' I 8 T R U T H , J Via Chicago Via St. Louis To Eastern Points Either way you prefer, the Burling-ton can give you a service unexcelled by any other lines. Its Standard sleeping cars leaving Salt Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on time saving schedules,connecting' at Denver with the Burlington's own thro1 trains to Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis there is very convenient connection with principal trains forthe farther EastorSouth R. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City 9B f The Local Merchant Advertisers mm Ib tho boat judge of advertising pnorally una people who buy things IH 1 . " J . ... in tho mot reoeptivo mood In the MfjR ' value of tho various weokly papers 8arrounding8 of Homo and Family SJBI in this Olty. Ho puts his money ospoolally at evening, when there is Bf ' whoro it pays best Tho best paper leisure and inclination for reading; Wm for him is the best paper for the $8 BH...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 May 1905

I llTurned Loose! ss'l 1 H DIRECT FROM The LOOMS M M at prices that will make OF OLD IRELAND. Rome bowl-Come ret . Wk MM Hundreds of Patterns ) H dozen pair. SHIRT I f I to lm A of mill lengths in'Tatte' H WAXSTSCbh W I lie I VI Q Linens at but little more H you ever dreamed of rZ , " J W Wft W W W W kost to you thanTpfc I UNDER E TfSSn KAOUNREr,f FORE S'NCE WERE BORN" EAR NNONS PEAL I BA"LE OF OUR LIVES-THE VERY WALLS OF THIS HISTORIC CITY WILL I H SHAKE FROM CENTRE TO CIRCUMFERENCE H rfACH MORNING AT DAYLIGHT WE CONTINUE THF RATTrc f I 1y$IMay2?th the battle n ,t, . .. u U E BATTLE of " ''ves, and up tp the midnight hours of ! ;iga, , berememb ered for the next 100 years by those war-priced vets. If they get in front of I I IvH"' 3ndS ,forthenextthirtydays-but cash we must have, and that quick. We want a j I what's goinE are g0i"g ,0 send word ,0 a" of ,he PPk d not the favored few, and tell 'em ' I the fourwinH, $89'643J9 w"h of "e highest grade merchandise within the walls of th...

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

I VolM No. 34 ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY f,, l'J05. PK1Cic 5 Cicnth 8 I BARTCH SHOULD RESIGN . u m If tho allegations raado in a circular 1 issued by James P. Edwards, M. C. 1 van Ordcn, Will P. Smith, Geo. b I Slockett, F. L. Van Orden, Nols Burk- I man, B. J. Dubo, Thos. Pascoo. H. W. Hart, II. J. Vivian, M. J. Carroll, and B J. F. Jackson, all of Michigan, are ' I trilc aml tllcso gentlemen seem to I have authority for malting their state re "ments which aro borne out in their as- sertlons by parties hero in Salt Lake R City as to part of them at least, then I Chief Justico Georgo W. Bartch of tho j Supremo court of this state ought to resign. j I There is moro troublo in tho Shoba J Gold and Silver Mining company and I it centers around Justico Bartch and I his son-in-law Child. It will bo re- membered some time ago tho conduct J of Justico Bartch was brought Into I question in connection with tho Mor- rlson mino and that attorneys Alviras I Snow and W. H. Wllkins wero haulod over...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

TRU TH. I B j president, nnrt proposed a joint tunnel H for the- DeSoto and Sheba. This tun- H ncl would 1)0 nbout 2,000 feet long and B- ' would only Intersect the Sheba vein V 1 70 feet below the bottom of the shaft. IB This proposition was opposed by SuiTt. K Floetor, as well as by a Mr. C. Reid, K ' a mining man, whom two of the ill- B rectors tool; to the mine on March H .j 1 and 2 of this year. When Judge K Bartch resigned Mr. Q. W. Morgan H ' was elected president and .on Mnrch n- 22 telegraphed to Mr. Floeter ns fol- K't lows: 'Board directs you to Immed- Bf ' ;! lately discharge men, close down U. mine and turn ovor all property to BL ' ' Jos. M. Organ, agent.' Such Is a sam- K - P'o of their methods and management H (?)" nan H . Tho signers of tho circular then H recommend tho election of a board of K directors, a majority of whom shall B' 1)0 residents of Michigan, where most H , of tho stock is held and suggest MB changes In method and management. Bn ' In concluding thoy...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I TRU T FT. , k H Cockers' defamation of lift I WOMEN. I The women of Utah, and also of a ! I iireo portion of the country outside, nncht to realize soon just where the I Tribune knockers' gang stands in Its ,-. I relation to puro womanhood. The "0 I wnc and Its workers hero and else- SLro aro nil "tarred with the same brush " and aro operating together to drive capital and desirable population from this state. Frank J. Canon, the Tribune's editor-in-chief, has been I hobnobbing with A. T. Schroeder In I New York. Tho Tribune goes into an ccstacy of delight over what that delcctablo pair is doing. Tho reason for this jubilation Is tho belief of the Tribune gang that Cannon and Schroe der aro performing a feat that will work injury to Utah's business inter ests, particularly that class to which Gentile residents direct their chief at tention. Cannon wo know, oven though it is not a matter of personal or public prido for a respectable cit izen hereabout to acknowledge more than a pass...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

j-jr :"' j - " " ' :?iiiH Mi I 4 TRU TH. IB IN THE SOCIAL REALM. H ( k Bishop Franklin S. Spalding gavo a HMg reception on Thursday evening at his HBf hamo on East First South stroot, In fff honor of tho visiting clergy and the HV! congregations of St. Paul's and St. HK Mark's churches. HH A number of tho out-of-town guests Hflg who were present at tho Buckingham- HR Kemper wedding last week formed a HD like party Saturday evening. Hffjc On Saturday afternoon, Miss Mar- MC garct Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ntt ' Fisher Harris, entertained twenty-five Hot J of her friends at cards. Lanterns were HRr! strung about the rooms and ferns and BjSi 1 umbrellas helped to carry out the of- 'HHf J feet. The tally and score-cards wero H9 I of wiro paper, hand-palntcd. 'Prizes HQ were won by Miss Marjorio Palmer HB and Miss Dot Partridge. Bft ' HK ,. Wlnslow and Nick Smith have rc- HHw' turned after an absence of threo years fill In Europe. They visited Italy, Switzor- HR U land, Franco and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I TRUTH , g M H two THOUSAND DOLLARS RE EplI Jj TW WARD. Editor Truth: "ltl i had supposed that after the ovi- d 5? dence was all in on the Smoot invest!- eatlon that the preachers would "lot up a Httlc" on their campaign of 'cn(! slander, but when slander Is second Ken" nature to an Individual it will crop out iIls' at all seasons of the year. The Gentllo bureau of information which recently o La- distributed its dofamitory circulars sIa' among tourists on the trains passing )D ls through Salt Lake to Keep them from Cre' visiting this city and state, and to ! scare away settlors and capitalists, and the recent speeches of Brother S. E. Wlshard in the eastern states shows that those Utah knockers are still at work Injuring frlcndB nnd foes alike. In January this year, I visited many of the middle and eastern states to In duce settlers and capitalists to come to Utah. In February Brother Wish ard also visited many of those states and sowed tares among the 1 gocd Utah seed I had plant...

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