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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, January 21, 1905, Page 13, Image 13',
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1 ASTERYOF THE MIND.
I without tUcro may bo error. Within
I there is truth.
II There may be strife outside. There
l is peace within.
II wlthout there may bo folly. Within
II tbere Is wisdom.
II your mind is a world of peace and
plenty and power.
II Without there may bo hatred.
II within thero is love. -
(I There may bo weariness outside.
1 Thero is rest within.
j There may be turmoil outside.
H There Is peace within.
I There may bo poverty outside.
There Is wealth within.
H Thero may bo unslghtllness outside.
H There is beauty within
H There may bo storms outside. There
H is balmy sunshine within.
H Without there may be darkness and
H vice. Within thero Is charity and
H Without thero may bo weakness.
BJ Within thero is power. "Fadette" i"
W Chicago Tribune.
H Money vas dcr root of much friend-
B Somo people's talk vas too cheap at
I any brlce.
I Politics is full mlt bass-drum men
Wch Is wold und full of noise.
A guilty conscience neets no ao
I cuser uf you catch him ad it.
H A vord to der vise is sufficient, egg-
BJ specially If you call him a liar.
BJ Laziness chenerally attacks cfery
B part of a man except his tongue.
j Der busy bee vas a goot idea, but
H ho keeps it up so long dot somevun
3 clso eats his honey. George V. Ho-
H bart in Now York Journal.
H FIGS AND THISTLES.
Perplexities provoke progress.
Wisdom Is to bo won by works.
j When God has given greatness ho
M deserves gratitude.
ft The name of the Lord is a splendid
foundation for tho fame of a man.
A man is not liberal minded be-
cause he is free to give his opinion.
I ,Jhe falth t,mt believes in things
unseen soon sees the things unknown.
I n J,he nly thlngs that elvo "s happl-
hearts int Wblch we put our
R diharacter of th0 world without
I WIS n the work of character
I tolfT very llttle ot the world
with Go? man Wh0 fs Batlsfle(1
Try Shepara Co, on collections.
Habit of Close Shaving.
Close shaving Is the result of a habit
which, according to tho testimony of
a barber, grows stronger every day.
"It's like drink or morphine," ho said!
" and all a man can do to break him
self is to grow n beard and start fresh
afterward. For a while he is content
with an ordinary shave. Then ho be
gins to think alter a few years that
he does not look clean enough, and he
wants a closer shave. From that time
lie is lost. I have been in this busi
ness for twenty years and I have nev
er seen tho man who did not go
through that experience."
No Use for Coat Stretcher.
Many years of hard work on tho
farm had made tho old man round
shouldered and his coat fitted badly.
Ills son In the city sent him a coat
stretcher on which to hang the coat
at night. On his next visit to the
farm tho young man asked how the
coat stretcher worked. His father look
ed a little embarrassed and then con
fessed: "I can't stand it on," said he.
"It was real good of you lo send it
Your mother fastened it to my coal
with tape, but I wasn't comfortable Ir
"t and I had to take it off."
Turns Up Gold Nugget.
A farmer at Brokonback, near Mai
Ion, In Victoria, wliilo plowing, re
cently turned up a nugget of gold
weighing B2-7'i Ounces. The country
Is chiefly granite, and gold was not
known to exist In the neighborhood.
Quartz was attached to tho nugget, al
though In places It was water-worn.
No further discoveries havo been
Long Way Round.
A curious example of artistic evolu
tion is found in the case of SIg. Puc
cini's opera, "Madame Butterfly." Or
iginally an American book, it was con
verted into an English play, from
which It became tho libretto . to an
Italian opera, and now It Is being
returned to its original tongue to
fit Sig. Puccini's music.
Fine Collection of Watches.
Tho famous Australian novelist
Madamo Mary von Ebner-Eschcnbach,
possesses one of the finest collections
of watches. A number of these time
pieces aro over two hundred years old,
rod many of them aro sot in diamonds.
Tl o collection Is said to bo worth
iv er $50,000.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Torbanehill Mining Company, loca
tion of mines, Fish Creek, Maine
caunty, Idaho. Principal place of bus
iness, Salt I.ako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho Board of Directors of
tho Torbanehill Mining Company
held at the company's ofilco In Salt
Lake City, Utah, Dec. 31st, 1904 an
assessment of of a mill per share
(called assessment No. 2), was levied
on tho outstanding capital stock of the
corporation, payable immediately to
David Smolllo, secretary of tho cor
poration, at Young & Moyle's office,
Doseret National Bank building, Salt
Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon
which this assessment may remain
unpaid on tho 31st of January, 1905,
will bo delinquent and advertised for
salo nt public auction, and unless pay
ment is mado beforo, will bo sold on
tho 20th day of February, 1905, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and ex
panse of sale.
In tho District Court In and for Salt
Lake County, State of Utah, Martin
Lindsay, plaintiff, against James
Lrnshaw, defendant, to bo sold at
sheriff's sale nt the west front door
of tho County Court House, In tho
city and county of Salt Lake, State of
Utah, on tho 9th dny of January. A. D
1905, at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
all tho right, title, claim and Interest
of said defendant, of, In and to the
following described property, to-wlt:
Lots 14, 15 and 1G, block 3, Jordan
Addition to Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Purchase price payahlo In lawful
money of tho United States.
Dated nt Salt Lake City, this 12th
day of DoccmborlOOI.
C. FRANK EMERY,
Sheriff of Salt Lake County, State of
By James Cowan, Deputy Shorlft.
A. A. Duncan, Attorney for Plain
In tho District Court, In nnd for Salt
Lake County, State of Utah.
Frances I). Lawrence, plaintiff,
igainst Cora B. Cady, defendnnt, to
bo sold at sheriff's salo nt tho west
front door of tho county court house,
In the city nnd county of Salt Lake,
state of Utah, on tho Cth dny of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1905, at twclvo o'clock m
of said day, all tho right, title, claim
ind interest of said defendnnt, of, In,
mil to the following described prop
Lot 31, Block 1, South Main Street
ddition, Plat "A," Salt Lake City
survey, Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Purchase price payahlo In lawful
money of tho United States.
Dated at Salt Lako City, this 12th
.lay of January, A. D. 1905.
C. FRANK EMERY,
Sheriff or Salt Lako County, State
By James Cowan, Deputy Sheriff.
Ray Van Cott, Attorney for plain
tiff. Advertise in TRUTH.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' (
Estato of Irene I. Carrlngton, fde- F
Creditors will present claims with B
vouchors t tho undersigned at 509 S
and 510 Progress building, Salt Lnke B
City. Salt I nice county, Stato or Utah, B
on or beforo tho 21st day of Mny, A. D. B
W. T. OUNTER, BJ
Administrator of Estate or Irene I. Car- BJ
rington, deceased. BJ
Dato or first publication, Jon. 21, A. BJ
O. 1905. BJ
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