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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

TROTH. 13 I II - T in THE HARUM. Tho domestic Turkish woman is ! rather large and stolid looking care- !! as to her dress, and of a simple ( nd amiable character She has a fly easy life compared with that of , h American sisters. There Is not lUch housekesping in a Turkish houo, and what there is is done by laves and servants, who consider themselves permanent members of the j family and realize what is expected of I them. Hooms furnished wltn nIgs and divans are comparatively easy to I Keep in order. There is a chef in the kitchen, who sends his best efforts to the dining-room in the men's apart ments, a placo seldom visited by tho women of tho household. Their own simple food is served to them at ir regular intervals, when they feel hun gry There is perhaps a French gov erness to teach the children, who does not like the irregular life of the har em and an exception is made in her favor, and she dines at the master's table, where the food is served more to her taste. Her apartment...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

0 f ,, 14 TRUTH. I :1 gjj if Her Thoroughness. Uj "Now, thero was my Aunt Phllonda , EH Pine," rumlnatlngly remarked tho Old H Codger, "sho was such a careful, pains- H taking woman, with a nlco llttlo knot H of hair llko a horscchestnut on the H back of her head, that when little Os- H car had tho measles sho counted H 'em." Puck. H A Very Low Bass. H At a prominent church last Sunday Hi tho bass singer of the quartet was too H heavy for tho ornamental chair that ho HI sat down on, and so Eat down on tho H floor, to tho great amusement of near- H ly ovcry ono In attendanco at tho serv- H ice. Somervlllo Journal. Hi . H, Woman's Strange Pets. H A woman who recently reached H Cape Town had with her tho follow- H ing strange collection of animals: Ono H meerkat, two Russian cats, two Abys- H slnlan cats, two agoutlcs, ono pacca, Hi two lemura, ono monkey and ono bear. HHi ' Hi Long-Felt Want. H A meteorologist has Invented an ap- H' paratus to foretell tho coming of H squalls, and ho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I TRUTH. 1S J I THE SOENIO LINE TO , y I GLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, I I COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, 16 II ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST 18 111 j, Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with BODTnKItN 1'ACIFIO u( l I OREGON SHOUT LINK TltAINB. The Only Trameontlncntal Lla HI raising Dlreotly Through Salt Lake City. 16 H srLKNDIDLY BQUIPPKD FAST TKAINB DAILY 11 KT WHEN 4 9 s, K - OGDEN AND DENVER 3 9 'd BH 4& VIA TBRKB 8IPABATK AND DISTINCT ROUTES & I ' H Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas I 3 H City, St. Louis and Chicago without change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. B ,3 H Personally Conduoted Excursions. I I DINIHG CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS I Bj For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., inquire ot yoar BBj mearest ticket agent, spsolf ylng the Rio Qrande route, or address I I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I ; 1 Next Time 1 You Go East BE SURE and USE THE ' I UN...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

16 TRU T H. I W "J 'i !!! II I I II MMM ! I II " - H !' NEVADA II YOUR LAST CHANCE TO GET STOCK AT TWO CENTS A SHARE 1 j! Is slipping away from you, as the offer may be withdrawn at any moment.) I j Scores have taken advantage of the offer; why don't you? If you take stock I II and we strike it rich, as we hope to do, you will share with us in the distri- I bution of wealth; if you let this opportunity pass, you'll not be "in it." I 1 The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company, I 1 Which has now been fully organized, owns three claims in the heart of the great 1 I III Goldfield District sixty acres of Mineral Land, through which a four foot If ledge of Gold-bearing quartz extends, the formation being rhyolitic porphyry. U JU We Have the Surface Showing and are now Developing the Ledge. I WHAT OTHER NOTED EXPERTS SAY: I I! A GOOD GAMBLE. SIGHTS SET YOU WILD. I II "I am absolutely astounded at what I have seen. Naturally, ''In my career as a mining man I havo visited and examined 31 1 -I ca...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

m. H Vol. 4; No. 21. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 4, 1905. Pkicis S Cents j j JIM . I An $8,000 Steal Discovered I The bounty frauds tho exposure of H which caused considerable of a sensa- H tlon a month or so ago are not tho B only frauds which have been perpe- B trated on tho state In tho not very B distant past. Ten days or two weeka B a a steal mountlnS to about $8000 B was discovered in conection .with the B Utah World's fair commission. The il reporters of tho daily papers dug up B the crookedness and tho details there H of but the kind of dallies we are af 11 flicted with in this state being run for B the purpose of hoodwinking and help B ins to "cece the public instead of B protecting it, would not publish the B facts but on tl10 contrary joined in B tQe scheme to hush the matter up. B Tho legislature of 1893 made a 11b B eral appropriation in order that the B 6tato should be properly represented B &t the big exposition at St. Louis. The B management of tho Utah exhibi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

2 TRUTH, 1 " -- B ! ,(kj easy of access, unsurpassed In scon jkE j erj'. with plenty of water, timber, Ul i hunting and fishing. The grazing priv ity! lieges of Strawberry valley ' aro i,' Btated upon competent authority to fm. bo worth at least ?5000 per year. Rep- i rcsontatlvo Austin believes that It can jj bo made a source of revenue, not ox-(-15 penso to tho state. X. V U M jiff ? iF1 m Much adverse comment Is heard i ' concerning Senator Holllngsworth's I bill to prevent tho payment j of mileage to any legislator or other Btato official who trav- 1 els on a pass. Just what tho ethical Ideals of tho majority are Is i not clear from their expressions, which ombody tho views that the salaries of ' i tho legislators aro at best only a ! trifling renumoratlon for tho time ex pended, that tho passes are not so- llcited but only accepted as on offered courtesy; that they do not feel under I any obligations to tho railroad compan- I les for a free ride; that so long as tho , state law...

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

I TRUTtT. jj I Thero has been much ado of late II .mine Mr. Gourley's dance hall. 11 Mr 13 J Id aPP-r from the attitude of nay fi" dalIy press and the activity of ra" 1 ," nnllce that Mr. Gourley's dancing .llcan If the p" ,'s a EChool for the teaching Sres5 1 Cashless sin and lessons of Iniquity. aVM 1 SSTdoe. not believe in trying to VS re" I 2d the moral wheels when revolv- prob- W th0 mjral wclfare, nor would amed I !t a straw In the path of officials ,d t0 I Irchlng to perform their legal duty. extra I a.rC"th es and will stand for Umn- II ??) Jar This paper believes that no een WJla business should be con- con- H ?lned on an exparto hearing. It 'Ue I Ss also that the whole matter ,Tess H believes a cxaggerated and that an,n B Elta more smolco than Are on lower u,"1 H rn sS One of the peculiarities Ittee H 5 am maUer ,s the admlsslon mojt BE oi wb that aftcr freqUent in. '' d H Ltinns they saw no actions on the n"h P of the dance hall, which would lbs M 55nr arrest or interfere...

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

IBBBbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh""""' "HM 4 TRUTH. . fl 1 I., IN THE SOCIAL REALM. 1 Idj'j I Mrs. Sutherland, wife of United MBM States Senator Sutherland, will entor- ' ' tain tho wives of tho members of tho ill , legislature and a few other friends at , j'j. ' luncheon at tho Alta club today, Sat- 1 M 'j- urday. Tho function will bo qulto olab- M , I orato, gotten up In tho well known ifflL: ' tasto and style of tho.Alta club. Tho U I Invitations wore Issued a week or ten IH j I flays ngo, and tho regrets wero few. J' ' Mrs. Sutherland Is an ideal hostess, 1 I I ' and tho event Is looked forward to 1 I ! with unusual interest. , I (I jt & I jl Tho charity ball given anually by I tho Jowlsh Women's Council will take I 1 1 1 place this year on tho evening of Fob. ' I J 7 next at Chrlstonson's hall. Tho ob- E i ject of tho ball Is most commondablo, ! j for the benefit of tho poor of tho city. I j In past years it lias been a pronounced ,I success, both socially and financially; I jj ' In f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I ill I TRU T H . 5 1 "lament in Milwaukeo this lnS, tare carried to success wo SS Sea most creditable .tow m uf r.norce Gardner and Mike I Sch 5 k w?ll bo matched here about rt B ?if middle of this month now seems I I ScU a" certain. Both men have B p inn their appearance money anu B Sried villingness and ability to put SP a BUbsUntlal side bot. ot H Vno bout will bo under tho dlrec- to B "iinn of P. S. Lewis, manager 01 tho '8 B iitah Athletic and Social c!ub. Gard- 03 IB npr and Schreck are both first rate IB men with good records. There ap- se LB ears no reason why tho mill should ro- IS ot ))0 a rattling good one. en d o it Bl of H THOMAS MEJIA'S CHRISTENING. rs BJ to Bl Ms Bi Little Thomas Mojia, four months ne BE oi,i, is doubtless tho first child born IB of Mexican parents over christened in M die Catholic church in this state. Lit ce BJ tie Thomas Mojia is tho son of Aura ln BJ ham and Mrs. Mojia. who live on ls IB Tiihd South street, between Main so BJ and West Temple stre...

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

f 6 TRUTH. I J j J LAWRANCE D'ORSAY in the "EARL OF PAWTUCKET" I ADDITIONAL SOCIALS ib . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grant have gono to Donvor for a visit of ton days. 08 0 S. Molyneaux Worthlngton gavo a muslcalo in his apartments Thursday evening. Miss Elizabeth Nowland of Spokano is tlio guest of Mrs. Walter S. Kclloy j on First street. i 2 t Mrs. C. C. Doy entortalnod a few friends Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Julia Martin and Miss Alico Julian. 01 08 j Mrs. W. W. Armstrong Is back from j Denver, where she was tho guest for a short time of Mr. nnd Mrs. John I Reed. I t Mrs. Richard Treziso entertained j Thursday afternoon at a reception In j honor of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Frnzor. 1 J t Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gllbort, who havo t been visiting Mrs. Gilbert's brother, C. 4 S. Morris, left Wednesday for their Hi il?i f homo in Portland. I II ; '!H Lystor Chambers, with tho "Now H : 6j Man" company, Is tho guest during bis '' Bjjj stay horo of his sister, Mrs. W. P. I ' f . Klser. l , i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I rl I T R U T M . 7 M Vinci H - H THE RIGHT WAY ve ell' H There is a rlglit way and a wrong H a' of (,olng evcrytnlnB. The abovo J-tlme cuts sll0W tho rlsht way ana tho wrong urlate H A WOMAN, THE YELLOW PERIL. H Talk about "tho yellow peril!' i turn 9 There is a sallow-complexicned wo- IV man at least sallow-complojiioned calljd ( by nature dark-eyed, with coarso lips, who is the "yellow peril" that ind liberty-yearning Russians have reason ickot B to dread far more than Europe has to fear Jap and reconstructed China ie my B man- Twice on tho eve of tho St. Petersburg massacre, sho rode In a body B sleigh up and down tho Nevsky Pros- H pect to give courage to the people hills, B w'10 wero about to petition the Em- j gluey B eror for their rights. Sho was luring I 9 them into tho net laid by tho grand B ducal crow'd, which Includes her prec- rary B clous brother-in-law, Serglus, whose W very name stinks In tho nostrils of all dogs B Russians who aro men, bo they of high or low degr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I i : . 8 TRUTH. . I ll TRUTM I BJ Issued WooUly by Truth Publishing Company. H VToitorn Nowspupor Union Ilulldlne, 211 M Soutli Wost Tcmplu Stroot, n Salt I.alco City. j John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager H Enterod Juno 19, 1901, at Suit Lalto City, Utah HI n second-class uiuttar inidor act of Conurosa HI of March 3, 1879' HH Hi Terms of Subscription. ' M ONE YKAIt In ndvatico) $2.00 M SIX MONTHS (In ailvnnco) 1.00 H THREE MONTHS (In ntlvmico) 7S ml PostmaBtora sondliicrsubscrlptlons to TRUTH K U may rotln2! per oont of subscription prleo M n an commission. If H If tho paper Is not dosired beyond tlio dute I subscribed for, tho publication should bo I notlilod by lottortwo woeksor mora beforo I tho torni oxplres. II I Discontinuances. II I Romombor that tho publisher must bo notl- H H lied by lottor whoa n fiubsortbor wishes his taper stopped; all arroars must bo paid In 'nil. Mm j I Requests of Biibsorlbors to havo their paper H I mailed to a now address, to socuro uttou- B tlou, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

M i I TRUTK 9 mn tlmo between Juno 15 and June I 52 The National Editorial associa I itnn which is the largest and most I enresentatlvo body of newspaper men I n the United States, met in conven I L in Portland Ave years ago, and I u members brought homo with them inlv pleasant recollections of their tav in the "Rose City." The California, Idaho, Montana and Washington Press associations are oereeabie to the Idea of meeting in Portland about tho time of the arrival nf the National association. Tho Ore eon Press Association has already voted to hold its 1905 session in Port land and it is likely that tho press as sociations of Nebraska and other U states will swing Into lino as soon as definite arrangements for tho Guthrie H convention and excursion aro com H pleted. I TWO TELEPHONE COMPANIES. A very recent analysls has shown that tho telephone users of Cleveland are now paying an annual premium of about $180,000.00 for tho privllego of having two telephone systems. An address by a m...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

10 TRU TH. I I. - Ik TJUT 1YC!MIUTARY I flCiLL) 0 BAND Kg A.S.ZIMMERMAN MANAGER j Grand C be aire ,1 TOMORROW I ' SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT I Prof. Youngdale'g I, I String Quartette I ' Missts Fanning & Fanning I - Prof. Struster I and Prof. Youngdale. 1 Mrs. Edward Parry ' I Soprano. ' ' D Love and the Birds . . . Gubicl B H i I TICKETS ON SALE H ALL DAY SATURDAY 1 I 40-PIECES -40 HI I H H Amusements. H I U Suit Lake theatre Harry Bores If H ford in "Our Now Man," matinco to ll , jtf day, porformanco tonight. n H Grand theatre "Yon Yonson," mntl H H nco today, porformanco tonight. B B Hold's Band concert, tomorrow oven H I Q Ing. B ' B Coming Attractions. D Salt Lako theatre Ben Greet's play B I H ors in "Everyman," February C-8; B ' I Lawrence D'Orsay in "Tho Earl of B I Pawtuckot," February, 9-11. BE B II Tlioso of us who romembor how B H Harry Borcsford mixed things in"Tho I Wrong Mr. Wright," also pleasantly B n recall how successfully he played tho B H storm center of that wh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I tru t m 11 m I oves their cheeks swollen with a de- , I termination to musically do or die. ( I And finally, Creatoro, like a captain I on the bridge, guides his band-ship through the tides and waves, the hid J den reefs, tho treacherous shoals, the ' II culf-streams and the currents, I through all the streams of the music I seflt I Creatore certainly left an Impulsive : I impression upon the sleepy eyes of I the town. I jt & I Next week, at the Salt Lake thca- ' I tr6i Ben Greet's company of famous I London players will be seen In the ' I allegorical drama, "Everyman." This I play attained wonderful popularity In I the English metropolis and later ran an equally successful career In the U large eastern cities of America. Mr. H Greet's dramatic methods and the ve H hide In which he Introduces his com- ' H Pany w1"' to som0 extent, be an In- H novation here. It was In "Everyman" that Miss H Wynne Mathlson made such an un H precedcntcd hit among the skeptical H New Yorkers, thou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

;, 12 TRU TH. I .KM f M I jj UNITED STATES MINING. i HI The Situation at the Smelter and HI Mines Earning Possibilities. H There Is no denying tho fact that 1 H the smelting operations of tho United j H States Mining company In Utah have j H been a disappointment, not only to BJ tho stockholders, but to tho manage- Hj mcnt and tho largost stockholders by j1 j far aro in tho management stock jlj control of tho company resting In the t jl board of directors. Ba It has been no secret, however, that Ml tho United States company's smelter HI has not been operating satisfactorily. I Hi This fact has been pointed out by tho I Of Boston News Bureau over since tho I Utf ' smelter was started about twenty m months ago. Smelter experts from Hi all over tho country havo been wros- Ii iff tllng with the problem of smelting us tho United States company's ores. Im- provemonts havo boon instituted, and J tho smelter is now working bet- j tor than at any previous time, but it ' Is still unable to tr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I TRtJTy " nl I Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the I'st of Salt Lnk0's Pracllclne Ij ,awyers, with their addresses. If any J names are omitted, or If there are any Q errors In tho list, corrections and ad ditions will bo made on receipt of noti fication. Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. Anderson, J. R 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Block. Sman, G. H.-32 Main St. Bailey, L. J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. R 212 S. Main. I Bennett & Blerer 1G3 S. Main. Bird W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W C04 McCornlck Block. Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. Bfeeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. G9 Com'l. Block. Brown, Art...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

if II f . ij '- Farnsworth & Lund, Attorneys, I ,' i Templeton Building. I U.J 8UMMON8. i In tho Third Judicial District Court, I , . in and for tho County of Salt Lako, t . , State of Utah. Nellie Gwyn Raymor, plaintiff, vs. Larkin Whit Mill Itaymor, dofend , , ant. Summons. . , j t Tho State of Utah, to tho Said De- t Lr fendant: ' t You aro hereby summoned to ap- v q I pear within twenty days after tho 1 ,'. service of this summons upon you, If -, ., served Within tho county in which , 'f$ this action Is brought, otherwise, i ffl'li within thirty days after scrvlcn, and I i-1' ( ' defend tho above entitled action; and j jf-1 case of your failure so to do, judg- 1 F- ment will bo rendered against you ac- il cording to tho demand of tho com- t P plaint, of which a copy is herewith I served upon you. FARNSWORTH & LUND, Plaintiffs Attornoy. P. O. Address. 30G-307 Templeton Dldg., Salt Lako City, Utah. Stowart & Stewart, Attorneys, McCornick Block. SUMMONS. In the City Cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

I TRUTH fjl I i i THE SOENIO LINE TO . I OLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, I COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS OITY, I 8T. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST U Ccnneotlag Ogden Cnloa Depot with SOUTHERN PACIFIC uf Hi OREGON SHORT LINK TRAINS. The Only Transeontlaental Um H FMilnE Dlreotly Through Skit Lake City. H SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED FAST TRAINS DAILY BETWBBK g H i - OGPEN AND DENVER 3 H jg9 VIA THREE SEPARATE AND DISTINCT ROUTES H Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cart ti Denvar, Omaha, Kansas Bj City, 81. Loult and Chicago without changa, Frea Reclining Chair Cars. H Personally Conducted Excursion!. I DINIHQ CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS jH Per rates, folders, tree Illustrated booklets, eto., Inquire of your Hj Merest tloket agent, apeoliylag the Bio Grande route, or addreea i LA. BENTON, G. A. P. p., SALT LAKE OITY, UTAH 1 Next Time I You Go East 1 BE SURE and USE THE I UNION PACIFIC 1 and I Chicago, Milwaukee St,. Paul I Line, II the route of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 February 1905

i Hi ! Ki ' NEVADA i THk.-.' ;, "f. . s tae Greatest Gold Camp on Earth (g II I 'iBBfcf'-"V ' '::' -.itu're, will never win. You read every day of sensational strikes being made in Goldfield, the assays W J ,. ' HpP' " .uifningup into the thousands of dollars a ton, and you envy the lucky parties, but that doesn t make you rich, or ID Pj YOUR LAST CHANCE I !! I TO GET STOCK AT 2 CENTS A SHARE I t&' I Is slipping away from you, as the offer may be withdrawn at any moment. R I Scores have taken advantage of the offer; why don't you? I 11 I B You Must Take a Chance Yourself! WJ I Goldfield, Nevada, was discovered in October, 1903, and its richness has amazed the world, over $3,000,000 in gold H lV,t I having been produced by it since then. The camp has conferred blessings on hundreds of its sturdy pioneers, and f'H V m, & j has disappointed nobody. JH it'-f i" The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company, I :!i" , -1 Which has now been fully organized, owns three claims in the heart of...

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