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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 May 1905

I pjjof Turned Loose " I B HI I " PH DIRECT FROM The LOOMS H H DlQnkGtS OF OLD IRELAND. ,H B at prices that will make h Hundreds of Patterns H B Rome howl Come get a 1 Hfl of mill lengths in Table M M dozen pair. SHIRT I 1 I W (H I Vf I Wl VJ V " VJ Linens at but little more M WAISTS Cheaper than I J I II I W Wl kost to you than Table H B you ever dreamed of. EflPBIHBlBilHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHB Oil Cloth elsewhere. B H UNDER THE FIRE OF WORKMEN FIGHTING AS NEVER BEFORE SINCE WE WERE BORN. YOU WILL- HEAR CANNONS PEAL H H FORTH. IT'S THE BATTLE OF OUR LIVES THE VER.Y WALLS OF THIS HISTORIC CITY WILL H SHAKE FROM CENTRE TO CIRCUMFERENCE H H JfiphCH MORNING AT DAYLIGHT WE CONTINUE THE BATTLE of our lives, and up to the midnight hours of j 4 H sfiMay 29th the battle 8oes on that wil1 be remembered for tne next 10 Years by those war-priced vets. If they get in front of H H $3w the big guns the shells will fall thick and fast for the next thirty daysbut cash we must have, and that quick. We wa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

VB iiFifl m , 'I till; I flVoL. 4; No137 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 27, 1905. Prick 5 Cents ifV$fl I The "Ten-Hour Law" Decision. B' "No more important decision has been rendered by a high court of law Bfor a hundred years," declares Justice Hharlan of the United States Supreme Bbourt. fl On April 17th, the Supremo Court do flcidcd the famous caso of Lochncr vs. Hnow Vork. Tho court, by a majority flpf one, held tho New York statute Bjimiting employment in bakeries to slxty-four hours a week and ten hours fla day to be an arbitrary interference flwlth tho freedom to contract guaran fltccd by tho fourteenth amendment to Htho Constitution of tho United States, Band cannot be sustained as a valid ox Bcrclso of tho polico power to protect Rtlio public health, safety, morals or general welfare. B The opinion of tho court was dellv Kercd by Justice Peckham, who, prior B'to his appointment, as an associato jus tlco of the United States Supreme H court', was an associate justico of the B Cou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

" ' t ' e3gT"' . . , f x -""""glZT - ...f ....,. . ..j. .... wz"r 2 mm 'i Bui i V once to bo drawn from the decision. HI If Justice Pockham says: "This Is not HDQD I 1 question of substituting the judg- HlBr h " nient of the court for that of the log- HM; Islaturo." But that Is the very thing ' lio does. Ho then proceeds to discuss D! Ul question of whether tho trade of ri HjM baker Is an unhealthy ono to a degree i I . which would authorlzo a legislature to WwM J limIt tho hours of labor for that rea- Hn I son- Tll legislature said it was, nnd flOl '' m I limited tho hours for that reason to ) ffi; ten a day, just as tho Utah legislature BH decided that mines and smolters wore IMS f unhoilthy places to labor In, and lim- If ItGl luo hours to eight a day. Tho ma IH If , jorlty decido that' tho trade of a baker 3mm Kf ls not so unhealthy as to permit tho WW W leglslituro to net. fH - 1' ' Dirt not tho court substituto its judg- fW mi ment on tliat point for tho judgment HH w S of t,1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

tffT , 4 TRU TH. I W f IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Jlf f ' Miss Selma "Wall entertained tho Vf I ' members of the graduating class and 1 H the Rowland Hall teachers at a theatre I party Tuesday ovenlng for Sothcrn's performance of "Romeo and Juliet.' j , The guests were Dean and Mrs. Jamoa L Jt ' B. Eddie, Miss Clara Cabourno, Miss I m I Mabel Carlln, Miss English, Miss Hum- ( mi phrle3, Miss Simpson, Miss Taylor, J Miss Farkman, Miss Gratia Flanders, Mm Miss Carpley, Miss Charlotto Weelcs, WM Miss Mamy Moore, Misses Amy and IS. Isabel Osborne, Miss Rachel Robin- lv son, Miss Helen Lo Compto, Miss ij Clark, Miss Frances Clark and Miss s Margaret Sizcr. r MX. if if j? mix fc v jKe Mrs. L. 13. RIter and son Lynvlllo, ffii aro expected homo from tho coast In 9m a day or two. Mrs. RIter has boon HI J visiting with friends for a short time. M i ' Mr. RIter is returning from Stanford, ml .Tr whom ho passed tho winter. fit Misrs Edith Williams and Mrs. J. Ill W. Edmunds wero tho hostesses Mon- L ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

. I . B A VOICE FROM ROME. Home Italy, April 2 ltli, 1905. "Wlien In Rome, do as tho Romans do " sounds all right, but Is entirely Im practicable. An American may try ever so hard, still ho will bo done. Wo have yot to learn of one American who has been able to do tho Romans as they do him. The business methods of this country, or to bo more precise, tho lack of business methods, are very I troublesome. For example, prices of goods oven in tho best stores (with few exceptions) are not established. They "size you up," make a guess at how anxious you are to got the article, and t then state a prlco accordingly. If you pay that price, you aro beaten. I bought a cane In a llrst-class store. The nmnrlotors asked 22 francs for It. 1 bargained with him three minutes and paid 12 francs for It (?2.40). Ho said It co3t him 15 franc3. He told mo that ..iC0 that was tho customary He. They will positively Ho over and over again in a 25c deal, and not blush when you catch them at It. Short-changi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

II .' 9 B - ! i - - i i I a L. I JUDGE BROWN'S HEAD ALL RIGHT I Truth Is of the opinion that Judge I Drown of the Juvenile court did ex- I actly the right thing In committing i I two children to the reform school a ' ! I few days ago. We think ho did the f 111) very best thing that could possibly ' f I have been done for the children and , we hope no legal technicality will t arise to nullify the judgment of the I f' court. One of the children sent to tho If school was but seven years old, but If ' at that exceedingly tender ago ho had '" I learned to smolo and chow tobaccco i. II and to drlng Intoxicating liquors until miH $r he was boastly lrunl:- A chi,d in sucn Bly ur n caso ncds to uo rescued, rescued Bt M ' from Its parents, and tho sooner It Is L ' J rescued tho better. Tho only way to I'M f rescue It Is to tako It away from such I t parents and place It whore It will bo 1 it taken caro of as a child should. Chll- I I f , ' dron are not sont to tho Reform I ' I school as a pu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

T R. u t H . 7 ;: ' I AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRUTHS. The Uov. Clomonson must bo in hard straits when ho will disgrace his cl0th by being the correspondent or a yellow sheet like the Tribune, and stoop to lceyholo listning to fill up his I space. Trustee Owen laid great stress be fore the student body about hia being In favor of keeping politics and re ligion out of the college If this is so we would like Mr. Owen to rise up and explain why ho has been so ac tively engaged In trying to remove tin present treasurer of tho college and replace him with a man that would ! deposit tho college funds in a lank owned by Democrats. If ho does not holiovo in politics being Injected into college aflalrs, why Is ho trying to I change tho college funds rfrom a Jte- j publican to a Democratic bank? It is understood that tho next meet ing of the board of trustees of the Agricultural college will bo hold in this city. It will therefore not be nec essary for Prest. Kerr to send his car riage for tho Uo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

frln 8 . TRU TH- 4 i I i Issued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company. . I Wostorn NoWBpapor Union Hiilldlng, 241 J , South Wost Templo Street, ft if I Salt Lalto City. '3 f i mm John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager Kutcrod Juno 19, 1901, at Salt Lnka City, Utnli ' ft as sooond-cliiRB matter under act of Congress ' V of March 3, 1870' I'l' Terms of Subscription. I IF ONB YKAU In ndvanco) $2.00 , If; SIX MONTHS (In nilvaiieo) 1.00 ' l TilltUK MONTHS (In advance) 75 Lj, Mt PostmastorssondliiBsubsorlptloiis toTUUTII Bi may rotaln 25 per oont of subscription prico Vi K as commission. ?' . E ' If tho paper is not doslrcd beyond tlie date I ' j subscribed for, tlio publication should bo '-', notllledby lottortwo woeksor tnoro beforo '.'', tho torm oxplros. Discontinuances. t Romombor that tho publisher must bo noti ng ilod by lottor when a subscriber wishes his S paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid in KM full. If Hoquests of BUhscrlliors to liavo their paper . tf. j mailed to a now address...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

F 'IS II ROSEWATER IN TROUBLE. I Although tho columns of the Asso riated Press have had very little to f av about it, It is nevertheless the fact that Edward Rosewater, owner and editor of tho Omaha Bee, is In deep water is in dire distress. Mrs. Lillian Alcoe a bright, bonny, buxom, beauti ful blonde-haired, blue-eyed, baby faced matron, and her better half, were stopping at tho Murray Hotel In Omaha. The pair had come to Omaha to do some business. Incidentally, it I may ho said they did do some; that E they secured ?250 from Ilosowator. I Mrs. Algoo sent to Rosewater to come J t0 Se0 her, at tho room, as she wanted I to consult him about renting space for I a peanut stand and general candy em porium in tho corridor of tho magnili cent Boo building at 10th and Farnam. Rosewater went to Room 89 to see about the matter, because Rosewater never overlooks a chanco to taho in tho coin. Mrs. Algoo, dear girl that sho Is, pulled down the window blind so that tho sun wouldn't blind tho eye...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

op miu.wwAf... Muii miiiiiDpiwiiiiiPiiii 1 1 up imimijinjwiiiii u i iwii, . sf W ".mww pyiu. u, - "ffMffaB iF.r , oi XR.X3TH. ft Hit Ql r I Established 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. I ! I Henry Ig Wagener $ ll I Brewing; I I Co- 3 p. f in i ia i I LAGER BEER & PORTER i 1' f v Special attention given to bottled it m beer for family trade. Free if j delivery to all parts of e the city. office: J,il 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH JJ $ K PHONE 210. i ' D jRls. AMUSEMENTS. Bfl BpV Salt Lako theatre John Drew In BIm? "The Duko of Killlcranklo," mntinco MflJlfn' today, performance tonight. Httjpsrl Utahna theatre Utalum stock com- HKl pany In grand revival of "Tho Octo- HK($jj roon," matlnco today, performance to- BSVK night. HIBi V m Hiflj! g COMING ATTRACTIONS. Hgjj Salt Lako theatre B. Y. Academy HBlaS students in "Tho Beggar Student," B9J J May 29-30th. B1 Kff Utahnn theatre Roflned vaudeville I 1 week of May 29th. Bfl w Peoplo who uro partial to weak tea flu jm and who thrivo on grilled wheat, as a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

i l 1 TRUTH. M j ' Sat I " BASEBALL NOTES. some ' ' -"" , , . f the : Tw0 ten-inning and an eleven Inning 1 ; lo at Walker's Held ast week rtai" Sd put a kink In the foghorn ot the atl1 nnckers When you come to figure " 1 outAvo arc getting first class ball In Ckll)' Ibis town. '. ( I nnn beauty of the scries last week in I 0n(,, faCt that the Elders took the Z fcun uown the pike, winning three i I St of live while the lads from the op! If north had to go some to even get a ntej ' lloolc In. 0 ls I And now comes the Fruit Pickers, ggle pXnecting to take the live games, hut BUliat a disappointment! They camo n H nenr being handed a shut out on the liere loDcnlng day Elder Tozer putting tne Beleven men out of tho game on strike- han Bouts establishing a new record for the Htbls 'season. That boy Tozer will bo IJ'a Bin tho big league somo of tiicso days. ore esiito tho fact that Chief Uollly d(C Has called to Los Angeles to straight- to fl en out somo of his business affairs, the as M ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

J' i 12 TR.U TH, 1 GOOD BALL GAMES. jK ' Utah has just as good ball games as V ' I , does Now York, Boston, Chicago, j I Philadelphia, St'. Louis, or any of the V J larger cities In tho hlg leagues. Both i j In Salt Lake City and In Ogdon the I people turn out to see tho contests, I , Wm and turn out In thosuands. For In fi If J stance, there woro seven thousand flfm glad, jubilant people at tho gamo Sun- f m I day, when tho Salt Lake team, assisted I by tho crowd, walloped tho umpire I and Spokane to tho tuno of 5 to 4. 1' m Llko tho towns in tho National League lift and tho American Association, Utah's i'IK cities have rotten umpires. No mat- ill!a tor wnoro yu B or n what vicinity ?1 K; you happen to hang your hat, tho urn- I,K plro nlways is rotten, when it comes JfifijBj to giving decisions against the home tVtfLf team. You havo no doubt noticed IP that. I Tho gamo last Saturday ought to havo been won by Salt Lake, and would havo been but for hard luck. Some way or other tho bo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

7 ! I . TRUTH. 13 .ij Lawyer's Directory. vor bandy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with tholr addresses. If any names are omitted, or If there are any errors In the list corrections and ad ditions will ho made on recolpt of notl- I" fdam8n"Tho8.-720 McCornlck Block. aSwboii. J. R.-68 Hooper Block. Anflerson T. J.-68 Hooper Block. ArKoSg, 8. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc?-. flISmon O. H.-32 Main St. flaldw in. Chas.-74 Com'l. Block. nSrnes A. 11.-212 S. Main. Bennett & BIerer-lC3 S. Main. Wrrt W H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. floDtb Lee & Ritchie BOO AUerbach. tinswe'l! Win.-401 McCornlck Block, ftotkln Theo. 153 Keith Building. Kdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-431 D. P. Walker. Boyd C. W. 004 McCornlck Block. J Bradley & Itlschel 300 Atlas Clock. i Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. - 1 Bramel, W. H.-Ol Auerbach Block. i Breeden & White 311 D. P. Walker. fJ Brothers, M. It. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. , Brown II. C, 219-2...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

1 r-H fjh j 14 TRUTH. i I ', jj brlclscn, deceased, praying for an or- J jL ' dor of snlo of real property of salt! do- ' jf I , cedent, and that all persons Interested . I appear before tho said Court to show j cause why an order should not bo I I granted to soil so much as shall be i, i necessary, of tho following described lV real estate of said deceased, to-wlt: , r l,i Beginning at tho southeast corner I tt I of lot 7, block 28, Brighton, Farming ? a J Plat, and situated In tho northeast f If quarter of section 8, township 1 south I of rango 1, west of Salt Lake Mor- I Idlan, U. S. Survoy. And running jg thence north 48 rods, thonco west 1.1 "19 1-5 rods, thence south GO rods to 1 W the center of a 4-rod street, thonco east ,, It, 10 1-5 rods, thonco north 2 rods to tho I A 1 1' placo of beginning, containing 5 acres I If moro or loss, located In Salt Lake 2jm Jr County Utah, has been set for hearing wfl on Saturday, tho 27th day of May, Wutt A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., nt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

TRUTH. ' 15 ' ',,i' .' DELINQUENT NOTICE. Tnno Mining company, a corporation. Principal placo of business, Salt Lake l iv Utah. Notlco.-Thero are dolin ,,iPnt upon tho following described ".1 on account of Assessment No. 3, Ivied on the 3rd day of April, 1905 ,, ' sevcral amounts set opposite the names of tho respective shareholders as follows: Amt R7 AnnaM. Hansen .... 500 ? 1.25 51 M B. Hansen 2000 5.00 02 Jl! B. Hansen 500 1.25 4 T F C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 77 J F C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 7 l' F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 70 t' F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 sn f' F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 81 X F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 52 J F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 83 J. F. C. Ludolphs ... 500 1.25 nfi Ferd O. Hanson 300 .75 9 p W. Scarff 5000 12.50 17n F W. Scarff 3200 8.00 10 F. W. Scarff 1000 2.50 11 F. W. Scarff 500 1.23 12 F W. Scarff 100 .25 88 Ed Gerken 1000 2.50 89 Ed Gerkln 1000 2.50 90 Ed Gerken 500 1.25 91 Ed Gerken 500 1.25 72 A. F. Emols 500 1.25 73 A. F. Emols 500 1.25 112 J. E...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 May 1905

far -s- ,Mwyy " t 'mm , , nj mwn. "' "iw ' "V"" - " ww l ' " ";' ' t- "HaH fF f 16 TRUTH. I .. . HI II I One-way Fare Plus $2 for If : I Round Trips between Utah and f i I all Points between the I I Missouri River and Chicago, I Deluth and St. Louis, Starting I May 27, 29; June 3, 5, 10, 12. I Final limit for return, September 15. I Stop-overs, cither way, west of Missouri River. II Now toll mo whom yon plan to o II iii.d I will chu jou full dotulls. II R. F. NESLEN, General Agent II 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City I The Local Merchant Advertisers la tho beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy thinp , " J , , , sL iQ tno mot receptive mood in the r value of the various wookly papers surroundings of Homo and Family j in this Oity. Ho pnta his money especially at evening, when there is F where it pays best. The best paper lolsuro and inclination for reading; for him is tho best paper for tho experienced advertisers know thTs f , , " r , and advertise to reach ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

I ANTI-KNOCKERS' EDITION. J Special Edition No. 7 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 31, 1905. Prick 5 Cents Ml I President Smith's Interview The time is rapidly passing, if It has not already passed, when a few scala wags of which this state has had more than its quota, can scourgo a whole people. In Utah for many years, wo have been afllicted with rlimbers of those scalawags, who for selfish and mercenary reasons, wilfully wickedly and with malice aforethought have maligned, misrepresented, slandered ami lied about Utah and her people, particularly the Mormon portion of the people. They have taken advantage of the prejudice which exists against the ;jormon3 to paint them blacker than any Miree black crows. There aro those destitute of honor or common decency who practiced extortion, a species of blackmail on the peoplo of Utah. Somo wanted money, others wanted political preferment. When denied either or both, they raised a hue-and-cry east, west, north and south against the Mor mons told a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

-J- . -- T"M f . -' - ., I"1"1" ' IJI" 4Hi.iMJ)J"iwwPinJt i luwpmiip ii '" """" ' ' ' i"""?-- ww ' ' ' '" " l- T- mH J , J V gross as dolegato from tho Territory 9 " f of Utah." '' ' "That is true," said President Smith, 11? "and, moreover, there Is nothing In 1,1, tho holding of tho highest ofllco in Uio Church which would prevent a man I from holding any civil office, nor from engaging any lcgltimato business. It i Is ono of tho beauties and oxcollen. fe L .j cies of tho Church of Jesus Christ of j K Latter-day Saints that thoro is not f Jn J within It a man, high or low, who has y Mm not some interest or pursuit from I II which to produco his own living and II that of tlioso dependent upon him. W Ho docs not have to tako It out of I 1 tho Church tithing, nor llvo by tho I f 'passing of tho hat.' It is to that, i however, that some would reduce us ill' , moroly a praying, preaching, singing i 1 1 . crowd, getting our living out of tho jr-H K : people, and by passing tho contrlbu- ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

h Ml! M TRUTH. 3 I till IUNCl.li "NAT'S" GREAT SECRET. Old Visiting Minister Little Good to Find It Out. Having accumulated a considerable property, tho lato Nathaniel Whltmoro of Gardiner, Mass., moro familiarly known by people of the Kennebec vnl icy as "Uncle Nat" Whltmoro, received naturally enough, numerous requests from various organizations to contrib ute toward the work in which these organizations were interested. Sel dom, however, did ho respond to the appeals. On one occasion tho minister of a certain church in Gardiner approached him, only to be politely turned away, as many others before him had been, on the plea of poverty. "Hut, Mr. Whitniore," said tho ill- Ino, "you aro reputed to bo very rich. What, pray, since you have no chll ilien, do you intend to do with youi money when you die?" "Uncle Nat" rubbed his long, bony .hands together, and with a sinister smile on his face, replied: "My good sir, that is a secret I have never confided to anyone, but as you aio a min...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

jJJJJJJIJmEJMgMMMMiM ffla3UBnMraM''-?' aMtJM MMafcrr-yFiaWWB 5 i' W Issued Wooltly by B v r ' i Truth Publishing Company. ' i5j Western Nowspapor Union litilldlug, 211 Y,M, I South West Temple Stroot, 1111 , I Salt Lnko City. H i Joti 4' v J t' ' im ! SI John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager I If ! Ijl Kntorod Juno 19, 1901, ntSnltLako City, Utah I ills fl as second-class mattor undor act of Concross .SI1, of March 3, 1870' y f"t 1 Terms of Subscription, "' J, ONKYKAK In advanco) $2.00 ; I , SIX MONTHS (fu advance) 1.00 A I , THKRK MONTHS (In advanco) 75 I"" I & P.'lt r Postmasters seiHllnirsiiuscrlptloiiB to TRUTH f, l- f may retain 25 percont of tuihscriptiou prlco I ' r 1 I as oomm's8'" I . M I1 ' I' "' I'nnar 's "nt desired beyond thn dato f subscribed for, tho publication should be W iiotillod by letter two woelcs or moro hoforo . f tho term oxplros. '. t ,S B '' Discontinuances. I , k, 'x , ' i Hemombor that tho publisher must bo notl- H K' 2. il ,' lied by lottor when n subs...

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