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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

I TRUTH. 7 11 CONSTERNATION AT TRIBUNE OF- ! E Dirnard Heimrick, is the namo or a man who lives at Sugar. He is a be liever in revealed religion and so in ene are his convictions that ho Is ro earded W his friends as being eccen tric to tho borderland of cranklsm. B Barnard Heimrick docs not like the way the Tribune has been cartoon I Inc and lampooning President Smith, I and recently ho sat down and indited I an eplstlo In which he did a bit of prop II hceying himself, Informing the outfit II that conducts tho destinies of the pa ll re'r if they didn't stop It tho anathema l niaranatha of tho Infinite would bo II brought down upon their several and mllectlvo heads. This communication had no effect I upon tho Tribuno outfit, so 13. Barnard H Heimrick determined to call and see why things were not remedied. Armed with a think tank full of pious thoughts, religious admonitions ami D moral maxims ho wended his way to If tho sanctum. Announcing his presence ra he expected to bo received...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

I if - Kf Iv 8 TRUTH. I H Iesuod Wookly by mm Truth Publishing Company. fl Western Nowspapor Union Iiiilldlnc, 211 v South West Templo Stroot, Q Salt Lako City. Jfl j John W. Hughes, Editor andManager 31 ' I Kntoruil Juno 19, 1001, nt Salt LaUo City, Utah ! an BPConcl-clnsanmUor nndor net of CoiiRross of Marcli 3, 1879- R Terms of Subscription. ONK YKAU 'In nilvnnco) $2.00 j. SIX MONTHS (Iii ailvanco) 1-00 ' TllllBE MONTHS (In udvonco) 75 BB&. I'ostinuhtors HnndliiK subscriptions to TKUTH IW may retain 25 per cont of smhscriptlon prlco Hbw as commission. H V If tlio paper Is not dmlred hoyonil thn ditto H ,f suhscrllind for, tlio publication should ho H ' notlllod by letter two weeks or moro boforo H I tlio term expires. H E Discontinuances. IB it Keinombor that tlio publisher must ho notl- H jS Hod by lottor wlion n suhscrlhor wishes his HKtv papor stopped; nil nrronrs must ho paid In i 1 H ufc Ke(U(8tH of Hubserlbeis to lutvotholr papor B f& mulled to n now uddross, to sec...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

J ' 1 I TRU TH. 9 : CHATTER. (Being the personal opinions of- the writer and for which no one else 13 in any manner responsible.) Julian S. Cutler, who lives' some where back east, is responsible for the following bit of rhythmic sentiment, which was scissored from the columns of Our Dumb Animals, published by George T. Angoll, of Boston. It is something that will be appreciated by many people. Those who do not ap preciate it have no part or parcel In ithc good tilings of life, nor will they In the life beyond, nor can they defend themselves from any such statement as Is herein made, for the man who docs not like dogs, children and (lowers is not of the earth, earthy, or of heaven heavenly. Draw your own infoiences. Tho poem is entitled "Roger and I," a title similar to an other dog poem of our childhood days. Hero It Is: Well, Itogor, my dear old doggie, they say that your raco is run; And our jolly tramps together up and down tho world are dono; You're only a dog, old follow; a do...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

' - -hjwiim . - H InB . if Kh H? I 111 12 tru tm. I Ij Si Establish!) 1864 W. P. KISER.Mgr. J Henry I I Wagener ' Brewing n n m I LAGER BEER & POrTeF 1 i i y Special attention given to bottled ' m beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of the city. RHra 2 office : 2 nflDfl 1 y 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH JJ HjJHlf'F' I PHONC 210. Hpflivt flffiffrr' AMUSEMENTS. BBfiSf I Salt Lako thentro N. C. Goodwin JffiR!& in "Tho Usurper" today and "A Glided JWW'i'ffii Fol" tonight. iMHir v Utnhna theatre Ilcllned vnudovillo, ,JHKs'-'C'" afternoon and ovoning. JMBB' " J & '.. COMING ATTRACTIONS. VH Salt Lako theatre Sothorn and Mar- QHlitU-1 lowc, "Much Ado About Nothing," MM lift May 22; "Romeo and Juliet," May iBHhrft 2:ird. John Drew in tho "Duko of Killl- IHh IF crankio," Thursdny, Friday and Sat- jKjHjjl ? j urday, May 25, 20 and 27. Wjflflj A' I Utahna theatre Grand revival of MBiiRW k "Tho Octoroon," week beginning May DM lift 22nd. Rffw'ttl That Nat Goodwin has really cured...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

I "'I TRUTH. 11 I I . ? Margaret Drew Leading Lady in "lb Duke of Killicrankie" Portland club In the Pacific Coast league. That fellow Setley seems determined to command respect from the players, judging from the juicy bunch of lines lie has been handing the lads recently. Tho first game of the season at Og don occurred on Wednesday, Bill Glasmann pitching the first ball over the plate, Judge Albert Howell being tho batter. Dill attempted some funny work, endeavoring to edge up for a I short throw, but was promptly called down by tho "ump." Clark, Hansen and Glmlin are play ing different ball from last season. But then, you know, there's no anvil cho rus in tho Junction City. There they are encouraged and jollied along, oven though they lose. Hero a man must hat 500 and Held 1,000 per cent, or tho anvils will start up a mighty din. Mat Stnnley has a lively bunch of youngsters, and the other lads will have to go some to catch them. But Itolloy'H crew will turn the trick. Boost for th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

FS ' 12 TRUTH. I Tfjp AMONG THE ODD FELLOWS. !t, ' $ Following out a resolution adopted '' -1 at tho last session of the Grand Lodge - y ' of Utah, Grand Master "Wallcor, and g, jj.f ,i other grand officers, have decided to I' 'lfi; i ' Issue a circular letter to tho sovoral ,$. i . ' lodges of this jurisdiction, Informing ' i Iff I tl10 membership that three prlzos will ff, ' bo offered for tho best drilled degree 1M.L ' , " : teams In Utah during tho coming iJi ) year. Tho state has been divided Into .'i. districts of which all that part of Utah ' W ' . lying north of tho north lino of Salt Wl Lako county forms ono; Salt Lake , 'f I and Summit counties another, and that if I portion of tho state south of Salt Lako i,,l' f county another. Tho prize In each dls- Vf , (tl trlct will bo a silver cup. It has been f.J ' . decided that tho contests this year , ?.'- will begin October 1, and closo Fobru- . N-i ary 1, 190G. Tho first and second do- .t ' i, grecs aro tho ones to bo exemplif...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

H((PHBHHBflB9ii6iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBBBflflflflflflflBBHBBBBBBBH I -. TRUTH. 13 1 Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints thn list of Salt Lake's practicing iwvers, with their addresses. If any ni nes are omitted, or If there are any Errors I the list, corrections and ad ditions will ho made on receipt of notl- Adams!' Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. Anderson, J. R 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong. S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc?". SS G. H.-32 Main St. By, i Jr 7 Do3, Ntl Bk- Dilds- Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. I Barnes, A. R 212 S. Main. K Bennett & Blerer-1G3 S. Main. Bird W. II. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building, nowdlo, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker, i Boyd, C. W G04 McCornlck Block. Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. Breedon & White 311 D. F. Walter....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

BBBBBBBBBiBBBBWBIHBWBBWIWWHiHWwy- -t rw- ''""'''''''jtS''TFPSBJBBBBBViBBBBBBt- bBmmmmmmmmmmmmmI BB f N& J ' cipal meridian of the United States i'Mffl I survey, for tho Stato of Utah, and on 3WW torcd in tho United States Land OIIlco gjjB by John P. Wrotburg, said VI section Bl containing 1G0 acres, has been set for Q91 hearing on Saturday, tho 27th day of QPff May, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., MB, nt tho County Court House, In tho Hi Court Room of said Court, in Salt Mil. . Lako City, Salt Lako County, Utah. Hflif Witness tho Clerk of said Court, ! with tho seal thereof affixed this 11th IMj day of May, A. D. 1905. RBI ' (Seal.) Clerk. IMj J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., .By W. II. Farnsworth, Doputy Clerk. WM ' James P. Smith, Attorney for Ad- jBj minlstrator. B McCREA & HAIGH, Attorneys, Mf- 21-2-3 Hooper Block. Bt ,, In tho District Court, Probato DIvI- QH , sion, in and for Salt Lako County, H $ Stato of Utah. t In tho matter of tho estate of John HH S r T. Thompson, deceased....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

f XRU TM. 15 'fl !i PATTERSON & MOYER, Attorneys. : it H FAT1JjjU commercial Block. 3 IS SUMMONS. t 11 ? II In tho District Court of tho Third , II Tndlelal District In and for tho County i II n? Salt Lake, Stato of Utah. I II Franklin Lawranco, plaintiff vs. P. ! T Blwell, F. Tides, J. S. Helntz, J. F. t qmith. Z. W. Mooro and H. T. Beh- meman, defendants. Summons. The State of Utah, to tho said de- , fcndants: f You and each of you aro hereby summoned to appear within twenty i days after tho service of this sum mons upon you, If served within the county In which this action Is brought, otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend tho above entitled action, and In case of your falluro so to do, judgment will bo rendered against you according to tho demand of tho complaint which within ten days after tho service of this summons upon you, will bo filed with tho Clerk of said Court. PATTERSON & MOYER, Attorneys for Plaintiff, p 0. Address, 87-88 Commercial Block, Sa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

3gT " '1 3PU, TijUlfU. l l ' ! WWWW ' ' ' JjfMi'i'W ' I1 i iiiwiiimih pmi Mill III I '" " ' ' ' ''- '' "" "" "" T" BBJsH jJijF 16 TRUTH. H iY Kill TEACHERS' EXCURSION EAST. On Mny 27th and 29th, and on Juno SnI, nth, 10th and 12th, round trip ' tickets will bo on salo from Salt Lako City, Utah, ns follows: Chicago and return ?44.5U St. Louis nnd return ?39.50 St. Paul and Minneapolis nnd re Oniahn, St. Joseph, Kansas City i and return 152.00 I Corresponding low rates to all I points east of Missouri IUver. Through Pullman sleeping car to Chicago dally, without change. Tlnough tourist bleeping cars three For further Information pleaso call on or wrlto to R. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City The Loca Merchant Advertisers ' Is tho beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things i , , ":, J , , , m tho mot receptive mood in the f , value of tho various weekly papors BUrr0UIUnng8 of Homo and Family j in this Gity. Ho pnts his money especiall...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

m ' I s H Special Edition No. 6 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 24, 1905. Pricic S Cents H I How Utah is Misrepresented M Utah Is the best country in the b H world. It has the best climate in the m -world, mild, clear, bracing winters; M pleasant zephyrs with no extreme heat H in summer, no sunstrokes, no cyclones, P H the best climate In the world. It has H greater and more varied mineral H wealth than any other place in the B world. It has richer and more for- B tile soil than any other state in this i M Union. Its people are good people, as h M honest, as industrious, law-abiding, m f loyal, and kindly as any people on this M ', earth. Yet Utah has been more slan- B L dered, more villlfled, more lied about, , H than any other place in the world, and H the Mormon people, which compose a large percentage of the population, M have been held up to the scorn and do- M rislon of the world. Nobody connect- . M ed with this paper Is either Mormon M or has any Mormon affiliations. We H are all ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

&J JiaiJMfKIIllJLl-J-JL'- L1 L- - iyggiiM".i i tiBimui!"1 "" id n ""' '" i mm ... ' 111 . ii ( .flflJHlHlHlHlHfl lift l ml Hr ? TRU TH. HIV ' ing polygamy, but like many other HHU prominent Gentiles, recognizes that IHM conditions aro changed and that since MJHjf the Moromn church in 1890 issued its BVJllV manifesto prohibiting polygamy, polyg- ffiHfl " anions marriages have ceased. Hfti Judge Powers in tho Pittsburg EH i Times said: jEjM "Things are changing here. Twenty HHJ years ago there was no commingling of Gentiles and Mormons, who divided strictly on religious lines. It Is differ- J ' ent now. They belong to tho same ftVJ clubs, aro connected in business, be Hjjfl & long to the same parties. I am known jfcVfl to all and disliked by many as a Gen- flVJ tile, but at last fall's election I ran H It! within GOO votes of tho Democratic VI l candidate for governor, and 14,000 Vfl 9 votes ahead of Parker, and I ran bet- HH I tor in Mormon than In Gentilo com- H gj munitles....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

TRUTH, 3 I RICHEST SOIL IN THE WORLD. Tlio soil In tho Bear Kivor valley Is a sedimentary deposit, and there Is not a spot In tho whole valley but what has In It tho making of as good soil as nature can produce f 0 There Is but very little land In the Bear River valley that Is not flrst class In every respect, and which will produce Immense crops. Bear River valley Is In Its Infancy and there Is today more and better opporunltles for tho nowcomer than there were seven years ago. In 181)8, when Mr. Wantland, Mr. Hart, Mr. Crozler, Mr. RIckers and a few others camo to Bear River valley, wo had no railroad, no sugar factory, no telephones, no telegraph, no rural postal route, no school houses, no fences, no graded roads, only three Malad river bridges, and all the trading was done at Co rlnne, but today wo have good schools, I Lf churches, telephones, railroads, rural postal route, and nearly every modern convenience of a city. Tho recent put ting on sale of upwards of 5,000 acres of t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

Kir 1 1. 4 TRUTH. 10 If ' 9H1 Issued WooUly by RBf Truth Publlshlna Company. IfflH W citern Nowspnpor Union liiilldlnir. 2It I, South West Templo Stroot, HWjF Salt Lnko City. WKM' John W. Hughos.EdltorandManagor I SCHOOLS OF SALT LAKE CITY. Tho school system of Salt Lnko Clty 1 as' excited tho admiration of every I oi son who has observed It. Its twen-t-Jlvo handsome structures aro In every respect modern; Its curriculum Is complete and practical; Its teachers compotent and thorough. To acquire thl j perfection has required an expen diture of $5,020,784.82 which amount has boon expended slnco tho Inaugura tion of tho city public school system Mi 1891. Ono million and a half was r pont In tho construction of now build Irgs, tho balanco going to pay teach orb' salaries, for books, and for genoral expenses. No city In tho Union has facilities equal to those of Salt Lake. 'I lioro Is no overcrowding hero as else whore. When a surplus Is noted the board erects a now school houso. T-xos o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

TRU TH. 5 I are going up hill and wondering when wo are going down again; past little towns and big towns; ever seeing a hundred windmills in every direction, looking at thousands and thousands of cattlo and hogs; yes, hogs, along the j right of way in the big ilelds, until with a whizz we drop down behind the bluffs Into tho bottoms, pass Honey Creek lake, where we could get out and shoot ducks by the score, had we tho time, or catch pickerel, just like those In Harvey's Lake, and zip, into Council Bluffs, with Its dozen railroads leading Into tho big terminal station Time was when there would have been a wait here, but that was prior to tho date when the Union Pacific and tho Northwestern mado a tralllc arrangement by which the car you sit In rolls from Chicago by tho lake to Portland by tho western sea. No more aggravating changes of cars. You , just take a seat and tho trainmen do p the rest. Five minutes later wo aro crossing tho "Big Muddy," tho Mis souri. We crossed tho Missi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

4 8 TRUTH. Wnh '' BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS. H ' Since tho first of this year over one IK i million dollnrs lias changed hands in H real estate transactions in Salt Lako j City, whllo tho other towns In tho ' ! state have done well In proportion. NH i Over a half million dollars' Avorth or WU now buildings are now in course of MB I construction. Tho real estate trans it j fers last week amounted to ?100,000, J and it wasn't a very lively week, HJ cither; not nearly so good as tho six HJ days previous. From now on, it is ox H pected there will bo a material in J! crease, because several largo transac II l tlons nro in embryo, and will bo com fBJr' plotcd very soon. Besides this, tho JU, i city is on tho eve of an era of pros- I, porlty never known before in its his- ( j tory. Wo aro not looking for a "boom," '! with its inflated prices; nor do wo . ' want it; what wo anticipate Is a steady i growth in population and In wealth. Dl i The bank clearings last week lacked t ?18,000 of being t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

I TRU TH. 9 I the wheat producer, In which the co- I reU grows host, produced 888.G20 I bushels of the total of 3,413,470. The 1 hay crop of this state is also a good one, and for the year quoted was ?3,- 802,820.00, an average value of ?11.9U per aero. Here are a few figures taken from government reports, showing the amount of stuff wo sold In the- year 1809, and since that time business has Increased over 25 per cent In this lino. Wo disposed of 170,831 cases of toma toes, which medical Journals declaro the finest and best canned In all the world. Wo disposed of 10,500 bushels of sweet corn, 14,500 bushels of car rots, 12,000 bushels of edible beets, 1,483,570 bushels of potatoes, and 8,000 bushels of sweet potatoes, 20,000 bush els of parsnips, 13,000 bunches of rad ishes; 255,000 bushels of tomatoes; 20,000 bushels of cucumbers; 700,000 watermelons, 51G.500 muskmelons, ' W 100,000 pounds of rhubarb, ono mill ion heads of cabbage, 25,000 heads of cauliflower, 55,000 bunches of as...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

filflf i llf' 10 TRU TH. I , SPECIAL LOW-PRICED ' and Personally Conducted Excursion to Bear River Valley ; THE PORTLAND FAIR, SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES, J SALT LAKE CITY, DENVER AND OMAHA The Lehigh Valley and Grand Trunk Railroads via Niagara - Falls to Chicago. The Chicago & Northwestern and the Union Pacific to Ogden and Bear River Valley, Utah, via Omaha and Cheyenne. The Southern Pacific over the great 27-mile bridge that spans the Great Salt Lake to San Fran cisco. The coast line daylight trains from San Francisco to Los Angeles and return, through the finest mountain and sea-coast scenery in the world. The Shasta Route via Mt. Shasta to Portland, the home of the great fair. Side trip via boat to Seattle, Tacoma and Victoria. Returning up the Columbia and Snake Rivers through Oregon and Idaho to Salt Lake City over the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co. and Oregon Short Line Railroads. FromSalt Lake via Den ver on the return trip homeward. Through Tourist and Standa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

I TRU TH, li FACTS ABOUT BEAR RIVER VALLEY. V Wake up ye denizens of the east, j and hear nature's call for good settlers H iu the elevated sheltered and fertile M valley on the shores of the great in- I land salt sea. Listen. Don't you hear the sweet limpid voice of Bear River H saying: "Come to my valley, and I will n pour myself over Us productive fields, m so that in the time of harvest the H barns and graneries will be full to I overflowing!" H Listen to the song of the Wasatch H mountains, as it floats so gently in the zephyrs, over the fertile and productive M farms in the Bear River valley. I Wake up, for you can see in their H rough and rugged forms beauty, gran- H deur, poetry, music, divinity and peaco. You can see a beauty that no artist n can paint; a grandeur that no orator I can describe; poetry that can only bo 0 written on the heart; music that 1 echoes the anthems of eternity, a di ll vinity, for they are emblems of im A mortality and seem to reach from na I turo u...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

I 12 TRUTH. 1 1 - - mi 8 x I tbis Klwk's Greatest news , i" I - Cbrouab truth . :.: ;, I EftS The Announcement of the Final Disposal s J of the Stock of the Utah Stove & Hardware Company Beginning H I m, May 26th and Ending June 29th ' , SgjS laffta B 4ir rajlji , V t - - E3 -n w Unquestionably this announcement is profuse with possibilities 5s to the readers of this magazine who, like all others, never overlook p IK gS c a chance to save a little money on the things they need In this j jasg h" 3 wtu1 instance of hardware selling you will not save a little money, but a "Cjkls SsS ' SMI TTjBntf ver consJderable sum Mr. P. W. Madsen, who is known to every y&EJefi $$ 'ft larftS reader of this paper as a man of undoubted integrity, herein an- iSm wts p BjJ NirB noun:es his retirement from the hardware bu:iness, to confine his 3f swc ;t' EyS entire attention to other interests. Read the following announce- S$5 -c 1 sjfcJU; ments, and you convince yourself that this is really the ...

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