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NK THE KASTKRN UTAH ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, AfOfST 1, lnig ,,A(,K iHnEK, flH
Bflislake Is Easy lAiaiDc"""!
EB:':;S m;;;;;;: H Depends on the Lumber.
By your screens from a house H ,.. , ...
r , ,. j ii. i B When you build you aim lo make
R a reputation and that a H
jiHl one. We have both, and H a structure that will be substan-
Be you to call and examine 1 tial and permanent. Much dc
Koods. As to our reliability, H pends on the qualityof the lum-
.uny of our customers. LH ,
HR- , . . B bcr used. Plan carcfully and
Hge Stock to Select B conjlruct " 0ur lumber
,F - ,111 B Is right right in seasoning, right
)M1 uOITIB aFld LOOK. HHHH In quality and right in price.
K B. Stevenson Lumber Co.
ELEPHONE 111 PRICB, UTAH
Bhe House Ply Spreads Disease !
flEwrjr fly Hint files during July breed 20,000 (IIm. Kvory
HQjiMlcd or oxcludod from tlio homo during July save tho
B85rncca nnd danger thnt 20,000 flics cause
K NOW j
BSltlf tlmo to put on tho window nnd door screens. ',
MttaVfacturo nnd Install substantial window mill ilHr screen. ,'
BKm Call nt shop or phono NoIiM. S
fcfAH FUEL COMPANY
Ht MINKHH AM) HHIl'l'RHH OP
PRBON COUNTY COALS
Kmn'UFACTURERS OP COKE
B UAHHON COUNTY CO A 1.8 AUK Till: MUST
Hlio market for Ilornca iuiiI Mule for Mine, liny nnd Grain,
He l'roMi, Tlo nnd Bprags nnd various oUter loot I product.
B HOMR INDUSTRIES fATHONIZRR.
wrnl Offlcei Seventh Floor Judgo Hulldlng, Bait Lako City.
H Minos nt Clear Crook, Winter Quartors, Caitlo Onto and
H Sunnyatdo, Carbon County, Utah.
H Mnnunfcturcr of
Brick of all Kinds j
Bi (I'rcssctl Whlto And Red)
Hf YnnU Adjoining tlio Demur nnd ltlo Grondo Itnllrond Co. j
B (ho South, Tliroo Hlocka Iiast of Depot. Office nt Home, ,
Bunicr Main nnd HlxUi Btnx-t.
KSTIMATEH (JIVKN AND l'RICKH QUOTKR ON Al'l'I.IOATION.
B I. O. Hox OUt I'hono -ta.X, I'UICi:, UTAH.
r Ir r Pl 1 1 f7ve7nchand
King Coal! nut
Alfalfa and Bottom Grass, Payson Flour, Germade, Gra
Hham and Corn Meal, Seed Idaho and Feed Oats, Corn
and Wheat We want your cash orders and make close 1
prices on ton lots. 1
I McKUNE FORWARDING COMPANY 1
Phone No. 88. Price, Utah. I
If our prices on Deering Mowers and Binders are not right,
have to show us. How about Twine and Baling Wire7 We
ire to save you a dollar. Come and tell us how you figure.
he Farmers' Exchange & Imp. Co.
B II. THOMPSON, Miumgcr TIUGE. UTAH
I'rlro Mittnniul I'coplu Rcgln Woik
On I'nctory Hnlldlng.
llxonvatlon started this week on
tho factory of tho I'rlco Macaroni
comunny on tho ground Immcdlnto
ly nonth nnd ndjolnlng tho Blude
bnker building near the Denver nnd
ltlo (Irnndo depot. Tho atructuro
I to fnco the onst nnd s 111 bo thir
ty foot wldo nnd eighty feet In
depth nnd of concrcto nnd brick
construction. Tho bniemunt bolng
nix feet nboo ground, tho building
I prnctlcnlly n throo-ttory one.
D. C. McDonald, tlio local archi
tect nnd builder, Jnm tho contract
nnd lll puh tho work to rnpld
completion. Tho bnaemont la to bo
I divided Into u cold room, will homo
n greater portion of tho machinery
nnd wilt ulo Imvu n bath room
nnd violator iurlco to tho floors
On tho ground or grado floor
tboro will bo tho offlcei, store
room, hopper and fan room, wlillo
on tho third floor thero will bo n
labollng room, thrcu fan room nnd
tho like. fTho building 1 to coit
about tvonty-two thouaand dollar.
Stock, boxes nnd other thing necoi
nry about $10,000.
Tho building plan aro after tho
latent almllnr factories In tho Knit,
white n compotonl superintendent
ha been engaged nnd will noon bo
on tho ground to giro tho c nstruc
lion hi personnl supcrvlilon.
Tho building Mill bo us nearly
fireproof as It Is possible to innko
PRICES ARE LOWER
11, II. Mill Declnrt CYithIn Itnte
I'nllcn Off (Imitl).
' Tlmt oats, wheat and other core-
nls In Utah nnd Idaho nru aolllng
i eight hundred to four hundred dol-
lars u car lower than six woeka ugo
1 I the stutement mndo by i:. K
Illch, lco president of tho Utnli-
i Idaho Milters' nnd drain Dealer'
i nsHoclatlon. Ho nlso reported thnt
1 liny ha declined CO por cont nnd
groin 2I to 60 pur cont,
Tho cause of tho low prices, hc
cording to Hlch, 1 n recent breal
1 In tho corner mndo last May In Utai
nnd Idnho on tiny, onts, wheat mil
, other coreals, lie aays tlint nt tb
tlmo tlio cornor wa mndo prlc
worn sent up two hundred to tlir."
f hundred dollars n enr higher thm
I tho law of supply nn demand Jusf-
; Illch doolnros tliat dealers ae
uoi" selling nt whatever flguro th)
ran get with tho purposo of losbg
a llttlo ns posslblo. Tlio hanosthg
of tho now crops will bring about n
readjustment of prlcos.
Don't throw It away beonuso It
Ih broken. Tako It to Ooodmrn
llo repaint most any old thing.
Ill' MARKET IN
PIPS IASI Wffl
iioWKVint, shah or iti:t.t) t:tiv
Homo t'tnli ljtint, Aiiniiul I'urt)
Nlnii round., Hell nt I'hn Dolliim
nt tho MUv.iirl Itltcr gunrnn
line hleii HotueMhnt Higher
Tlmn Tlirj l,i,0 lUtn Iterrnt-
l Htlltl.. Mini 'ci, on
I lock n.
Correspondeme The Adoeat.
KA.VSAg Cia'Y, Mo, July 27.
Onttlo received hero this week 0,
1100, last wk 31,t!UU, Minti uk
last week 4k,400 hiMd. Titer has
been n constderatile uplift lit prlew
t)il week, mom iiotlewble on (iunr
nntlne cmIUp .Mlddl grade iiUNmu-,
tine steers are tlilrty.fl.. m fifty I
cents higher than l lie middle of laat I
week. Mtevrs sold In the Southern
dMilon tiMlay at fa 00 nnd fa.10
thnt were Hot as good as somo thnt
hnd to go at $4.70 the middle of
Inst week llnyera peraiMed In tholr
fight on th markt tht firm or the
week, but lh alight run at all
I point made their pretensions ap
pear film) lteUlleni claim th
lonnaol get what they want of the
I w hetenaler. becaus of lHirMHi of
toks Hhlppr lm wlel lis
tened to th growing grass mm corn
I this week, rather than to tho "hnnc"
'of th buera whu lh claimed
there wa no outlet for tho meat.
Btotkera and feeder hnvo gone on
tho rock this week, nnd price nro
off twent)-fln to fifty eeiUs, Hut n
gooil man) denier think there will
bo u Dcrlmmngo for these cnttto n
llttlo later, If tho corn tnnke good,
nnd that prlrwa for them will be
high nil Inll 1'rlmu cnttto old up
to $9 65 (tils week, ns good n nny
time previously except for one aalo
two week ngo nt $U.C0. Wintered
paiture steer In tho itiilUo llvlslon
sold at $0.90 to $9.00 this week,
though they hnvo no prime quality
nnd big weights to gel nboe $8. CO.
Kllsworth nnd Hnlltie county atoor
sold nt $0.00 to $7.00. Top quar
antine steer brought $7.Cu today.
Otherwise steer liavo sold there
this week at $4 26 to $0.00, cow
nnd heifer $3.76 to $5.C0. Top
wl bring $8.21, stock steer $4 00
tol$0.40. feeder $0.00 to $0.75.
Bliocp nnd lambs received horo
thll week 27,700, Inst week 20,000,
una week last enr 22,800 bond
U"tio tearkot was In tho dump tho
first bait of tho week, but signs of
recovery developed today, with
spring lamb going up to $7. CO, tho
hlghost prlco for thorn In two week.
A band of Utah feeding lambs, for-t)-nln
pounds, brought $5.00 )os
terday, twelve hundred head of
thoia, nnd It looked like a good
buy. Wethers are worth up to
$4,40 nnd ewes $4.16.
Hheoji Market Depntiil.
8VLT KAKrS CITY, July 27.
I.ocil sheep report today nro that
tho price being paid for lamb and
wotiora on tlio Kastern market nro
lowtr than last weok. Many sheep
met nru shipping tbelr lamb Kast
bohro they are fut and In prime
coulltlon, which ha n tendency to
lower tho market. Hlieepmon nro
uriud not to bo In too much of a
hulry to mnko their shipments to
market, hut to wait until their
stiijk Is In first-clans shape.
Local sheepmen nro satisfied that
th) mnrket will atrengthon material
ly just as soon n tho feedor buy
nrj start operating, nnd thnt thero
w( bo n good demnnd for feeder
Hitrr throughout the Middle Htntos,
im tlio crops are In most excellent
condition. Up to the present tlmo
i hero has been scarcely nny con
tracting ror lambs locally, tlio mar
ket having tnkeu n decline Just
when buyers were on tho verge of
contracting largo string of stuff In
I this section.
! Very llttlo rnugo stuff lias chnng
,.m hands In this locality during tho
past week, but a llttlo tntor on moro
activity In tho local trndo Is anticipated.
Mr. W. 8. Ounsalus, a farmer liv
ing near Fleming, I'a., any ho hna
used Chnmherlaln'H Colic, Cholera
and Dlnrrhoon Homody In his fam
ily for fourteen years, nnd thnt ho
tins found It to bo nn excellent rom
edy, nnd tnko pleasure 'n recom
omondlng It. Tor sale by nil dealers.
Separating ho Duties of the Oflui or County Clerk and Itecortler nnil
Providing Hint tho DiitliH of lint Kopnruto Office f Count)
Clerk nnd Count) lt timlcr IU IVrfonnwl II) Kepnnitit IVrwirn.
Ho It ordaluod by tho lloart of County Commissioners of Carbon
Section 1 That tho offices of county clork nnd county rocorder,
heretofore consolidated Into thepfflce of county clerk nnd recorder,
nro horoby separated and segronted Into the offices of county clork
nnd county rocorder, nnd the dulcs of tho separato offices shall be per
formed by separato and dlfferett persona.
Section 2 All ordinances iud parte of ordinances In conflict with
this ordlnanco are horoby ropeald.
Section 3 This ordlnanco ynlltako effect from nnd nftor tho
first Monday In January, 1913. ,
Dated this IBth day of Jute, 1012. 11. It. MoDONALD,
j D. J. THOMAS,
1 n, RANDOM'!!,
Attest: QWIIiYM JONES, JJork.
Buy Blanchard butter and eggs I
and save the coupons because they .
I are valuable. H
Ask your grocer. l
RECOVLRS HIS HONEY
'llirllllug l!pcrlciuc nt Cotlmi of I
HpnuNti I'ork (entleliinn.
I'llOVO, July 27 l)N..ltr the ,
pain which he auffaratl from threv
hrokH rllw nnd nti arm fractured b) ,
n blow from hi aiwallant, Clarenee I
lllack of Rtmnlah l-'ork Can) on this1
morning overtHiwerml a thug who
had attackml him nnd recovered
money which had bn stolen The
man eveaped lllack left a ranrli
wher lie hud been etnpto)eil laat I
night, taking a train at Cotton for,
Cnatlo (into to receive treatment i
or ins uroaen riua, injiirie sus
tained In nn nccldent the day before
leaving tho trnlnTil hi destlnn
tlon, ho was attacked by n thug,
who stepped from behind n tree nnd
fractured hi nrm with n blow from
n piece of timber Tho robber then
took $78.20 from tho Injured man,
nnd boarded n passing freight train
Recovering from the pnln of tho
blow, lllack watched the tunti climb
Into n oar nnd himself scaled tho
stdo of tho car, taking n position
over tho door. Tho thug started
to leave tho train nt Cotton. Illnck
Jumped from tho top of tho car and
landed on hi nssnllaut'a shoulders,
stunning htm. lllack then helped
himself to his money, hut tho man,
recovering from tho shock, mndo his
Pursuant to Order No 13, Is
sued by tho stnto board of sheep
coui'nliilonors, nil sheep in tho
state, with tho exception of those
In Ornnd, Uintah, San JuaifyKano,
Washington nnd Iron counties,
must bo dipped between Boptombor
1st nnd October ICth. Order No.
14 provides Hint nit shoop brought
Into this state from ndjolnlng stntcs
between September 1st nnd October
ICth, must bo dipped Immediately
after ontorlng tho state, unless tho
owner or ngonl In charge tin a cer
tificate, Istued by soma stnto or
federal officer, showing that tho
sheep havo boon dipped In tho ad
Joining atato nnd aro free from
Tako your broken furniture to
(loodman's repair shop.
Aycr's Hair Vigor keeps the
scalp clean and heaithv
destroys ail dandruff, ami
greatly promotes the j'r ) . 1
of the hair. You will ur
tainly be pleased with It .
a dressing for your hair i
keeps the hair soft a d
smooth and promptly chti. J
any falling of the hair
does iiot color the hair ?v t
camiot Injure the hah or
scalp. Consult your doctor
about these hair prohlc. -.
Ask him what he thinks of
Aycr's Hair Vigor.
4d. bjlh.J O ATHnOO JI M I
!; O.S.Harris ij
', Everything In
ii Concrete I
! IniCK. UTAH. J
' ru i I
Hstlmntea on Buildings, Walks
i ) and nit Klnda of Contracts
Choorfully furnished. Modern
i ) Machlnory nnd Methods.
ii'h nn: niMT, it Dons kInH
NOT HI.ACK, IT DOIM 7ii
NOT CIANKUR. rH
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It burn woll It burn longor . L-IsbsbI
nnd gives moro boat than nny i 1 'lasssl
other COAL on tho market. SH
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(Quiet IMucc) IIH
And Rooming House I mm
Located juit Cast of the new jmHH
Braffet Building. 9H
Neatly furniihed rooms and i fll
everything strictly first-class. wfH
Nothing but the best of goods IIH
kept In stock. Come and see. mH
JOHN C. FORRESTER II
Proprietor. u M
The Utah Saloon L II
J. W. i:NTIlV, Mgr. JMVaaaaal
finest Resort in lstcm UUli. H ' JlrtH
WINKS, MQUORH AND 4&H
WIIOMAI.i: AND IH.TAIIi. ' 'Iftl
VAii lUuXiv. iu:i:it on tav. M
IIAIiP I1IX)CK SOUTH riRST ' SB'iH
NATIONAL RANK. ijl J
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I'HICi:, UTAH. j 1 1
I'liouu 7IA. We Deliver Uie ) Mm
floods. 1 m H
The Elite Bar ill
Mile llulldlng !i'PH
1ItIOl: '! !rli''M
NoUiiug Imndlid but the Y ffiOH
very bent of ii M H
riNH OLD WHIHKKVH ' Ml l .H
,' KAHTRRN lli:i;ilH mill 'H
i KKV WIST CIOARH. , I P jH
', Klglit )rnr old Cedar llrook ,' t j' H
'( Rourbou nnd eight )enr old I I '" H
,' Mouut Veinoii R)o servtM ex- I K 1 1 H
i J cluslvcly over tills bar. ' W 1 11
, A khnro of tho patrouago J i i'MR J H
J of tlio public sollciUHl, I'hono , ' j .,Q I H
; lao nnd wo will deliver tlio . 3Kl B
, goods. I ! W H
jj CHARLES AVERILL ; WM
Dr. H. R. GOUTMAN, DRNTIST 1(111
Succossor to Dr. Thomo, rr w'asss!
Examination nnd Estimations free tikSfiBI
of charge. Office over Commercial 'Mai H
Barlnsa Rank. WSl sbbbbI
I'hono 103 I'RICH, UTAH VK H