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BK. Abollno, Managor, Price, Utah.
fTho Wilson Cafe expects to be
open to tho public today (Thurs
day). Tho Advocate J6b department has
just Issued tho 1912-13 catalogue
of tho Prlco academy.
Passenger Train No 4 was about
eight hours late this morning due
to a washout last night at Thistle
Master Kenneth Dcnfer gave a
birthday party yesterday afternoon
to a number of his youthful friends
L W. Musty has quit Stevenson
Lumber company to go to work for
Lars Gundorson, tho building con
tractor. Tho Kentucky Liquor Houso this
week unloaded throe cars of beer
and ono car of whisky Jugs for Its
J Nelson, forman of tho Southern
Utah brldgo and building depart
ment, Is qutto 111 at his homo In
Prlco of Drlghl's disease,
Master Frank Olson gavo a party
Tuosday afternoon at his homo to
a crowd of llttlo friends, tho occa
sion being his fifth birthday.
A. H. Conic, vlco president of tho
Utah Fuel company, has transferred
a vatuabte tract ot coal land In
Spring Canyon to tho Knight Inter
ests. Traveling salesmen nro again get
ting around after tho two colobra
tlons of last month, reporting bust
nois generally as qulto good
throughout Eastern Utah.
I J. E. Pcttlt, stato tnlno Inspector,
was at Castlo Gate during tho week
examining tho properties there,
which ho found In first-class condi
tion. Next week ho goes to Ken
llworth .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Nelson entertain
ed nt n dinner party last Runda,
tho guests being Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P.
Johnson of Hiawatha, Mr. and Mrs.
llort Darrah nnd Dr. and Mrs. A.
Tho regular coal rates return to
da (August 1st) nt Salt Lako Clt
nnd elsewhere from tho summer
storage rnto of $C CO per ton to
$5 7C, which will obtain until the
first of May, 1013.
James Plttmann, formerly of C'lcnr
Creek, has bought tho Magerl sa
loon business at Konllworth nnd
will conduct tho samo under tho
name of tho Konllworth 'Trading
Tho Utah Fuel baseball town met
dofcat Saturday afternoon at KIor
ton by a'scoro of nlno to eight. Tho
gnmo was tied until tho last Inning,
when tho Ulvorton boys got a bat
ting streak and won tho gnmo.
Mrs. Matt Gllmour entertained
tho bridge club at lior homo on
North Sevonth street last oonlng,
auction brldgo being playod. Tho
prizes wont to Mrs. W. K. Anderson,
Miss Jcsslo Pouts and C. II. Avorlll.
Marrlago licenses were issued dur
ing tho past week to Audrey Rob
erts ot Prlco nnd Kmtnn Jonson of
Fountain Oreen; John McCluskny
and Mary ailbort, both of Clcai
Creek, ami to Gcorhu Kuril Domor
ost nnd Llttlo Frances Nelson, both
John E. Drown of Moab, who was
thrown Into a barbed wlra fetico by
u fractious horso which ho was rid
ing In a race on tho Twenty-Fourth,
Is still at tho homo of V. F. Ol
son. Tho cuts which ho received
nro honllng as well as mlRht bo ex
pected, and ho hopes to bo out
within a few das.
Elsowhoro in this mtprvsslon will
bo found tho call for the Carbon
county republican convention Issued
bv A. W. Horsley, chairman. Tho
date Is Saturday, August 24th, when
a full set or county officers will b
nominated nnd delegates chosen to
tho stato contention at Salt taka
City, September fith.
Sovoral friends of Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Laubor surprised them last
Monday evonlng, tho tension being
tho former's birthday. Those pres
ent wero Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Ting
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo E. Nolms,
Mr, and Mrs. Gwllm Jones nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Georg6 E. Ilench. Cholco
refreshments wero served.
An adjourned term of district
court was convoned nt Price yestor
doy afternoon by Judge Albert II.
Chrlstonson, tho calendar being set
ahead until August 8th. Tho case
of Willis Thompson, charged with
cattlo theft In connection with alonn
Olson, camo ou yesterday and Is be
ing heard as Tho Advocate goes to
press. Olson plead guilty at tho bo
fclunlng of tho prosont term.
Mrs. J A. Crockett entertained
tho ladloa' aid society Tuesday af
ternoon, whon the annual olectlon
HeVf t . Novo- mind where distance or dl-
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BBT7" T " us your wants, and wo will send you
BKX OU JL1V6 T tho goods right away. Wo havo a ,
'iBB sorvlco that always satisfies you, J
saves you tlmo, troublo, and worry,
..- ., nn nnd costs you nothing oxtra. Isn't
CITY DRUG STORE m. lilting:
of officers occurred. Mrs. J E.
Ferris was chosen president; Mrs
J. A. Crockett, vlco president; Mrs.
D. D Lewis, secretary, and Mrs. C.
II Stevenson, treasurer Tho out
going officers wero given a voto of
thanks by tho members present, af
ter which refreshments wero served
H. Mnhon has been appointed as
sistant superintendent ot tho Salt
Lako division of tho Denver nnd
Itlo Grande, nnd S L Uncey train
master with Jurisdiction over tho
valley district, Ogdcn to Thistle,
and Its branches, Including tho Ding
ham district. O. D Hughes, train
master at Helper, has been given
Jurisdiction over tho mountain dis
trict, Thistle to Helper, Including
Sunday ocnlng a man named
Palmer from Kcnltworth, ngid
about 22 years, visited tho offices
of Dr. A. C. Sorenson at Price, suf
fering from nn ugly gash on his
head. Whether ho received It In a
fight or foil out ot a buggy, tho In
jured rann would not sny. An hour
lougor, however, nnd ho would havo
bled to death. Dr. Soronson Is
about tho busiest man In Prlco
slnco locating hero,
A. T. Thompson of Los Angeles,
Cain , has been In Price this week
organising an Order of Owls lodge.
Tho first meeting was held last
Sunday afternoon in Woodmen Hall,
whon a raomborshlp of olght-four
wns enrolled. Another meeting will
bo held this (Thursday) evening,
whon tho chnrtcr closes. It Is ex
pected to havo a total membership
of a hundred or more Tho Order
of Owls pays a weekly sick benefit.
Green Hlvcr Is to havo electric
lights and power, according to tho
nrtlctcs ot Incorporation of tho
Green Itlver Light, Power and Utll
It) company, filed last MondnV in
tho offlco of tho secretary ot state.
Tho capital stock is 1300,000 In
shares of ono dollar each. D. W.
Parker Is prcsldont; Oeorgo Dny,
vlco president; S. J. Netr, secre
tary; F. E Sparks, treasurer, nnd
llort II. Smith, nn nddltlonal direc
tor. Tho wrestling match at Castlo
Dnlo on tho 24th botween Sam
Jowkes and L. P. Clair for tho
ohnmplonshtp ot Enter) count),
proved to ho n rather short bout,
Clair getting tho first fnll In secn
minutes with n full nelson, Jewkos
tho second fnll In six minutes with
n body lock. Clair got tho third
nnd Inst fnll In four minutes with
n body lock. Tho match was clean
nnd tho spcctntnrs wero ngrvenbly
Thnt tho Denver nnd Itlo Grando
contemplates making Salt Lako City
Instend ot Ogdcn Its terminal Is
purslstcntly rumored In local rail
road clrclos. Ono ot tho most log
ical reasons put forward In support
of this Is tho advantngo ot direct
Western pacific connection from
Salt Lako City to tho coast, making
tho Salt Lako City terminal nnswor
for both allied Unas, Instead of ono
being nt Ogdon. The Intercity sor
vlco could still bo maintained.
Tho Nichols family In music, song
nnd dancing will bo at City Hall
tomorrow and Saturday nights Pio
fossor Nichols Is n scholarly and
finished muslclnn and his concerts
are of tho highest order. Ills fam- I
lly ot children are all talontod per
formers, whllo Master Lorlng has
not an equal as a boy cornetlst. Pro
fessor Nichols Is a Utah man, nnd
from all over tho stato tho press
notices nro most flattering, A rnro
cntortalnmont Is promised for to-
morrow and Saturday nights.
Eloten cars ot Passenger Train
No. 2 of tho Dnor and Itlo Grande
wero deratlod near Thompsons last
Sunday morning. It Is most re
mnrkablo that among throo hundred
nnd fifty persons on board there
wero no fatalltlos and only ono man
Injured, his hurts being extremely
slight Traffic was held up for
about oloon hours. The Injured
man's nnmo was not loarned. The
tender of tho engine was tho first
to lotuo tho track It was partly
overturned. Tho baggage car and
smoker toppled oier nnd tho chuli
car was badly listed. Tho dlnoi
and threo sleopors wero derailed
but romalnod upright, and tho las
sleeper did not loave tho track,
Tho last session of the state let
Itlaturo passed a weed law provlo
Ing for the destruction of notion
weeds, and authorising vnrlow
county commissioners to nppoU
tho county road commissioners o
offlclo weed Inspector. This law s
found In Chnpter 143 of tho Lav
of Utnh for 1UU. It provides tht
overy county or corporation owntn,
controlling or occupying lauds n
this stato shall destroy noxlos
weeds In such manner as to prove t
thorn from boarlng soed. To o
fnrco this law, however, It Is noco
sury that twont)-flvo land ownti
ot a county to petition the couny
commissioners to appoint tho cow;
ty road commissioner ex-offlclo wud
Inspector, and It Is tho duty of tlo
lluw'i Thl. 7 J
We oiler one hundred dollar reward r
atircaMtif cittarrb that innnot be cured T
Hall Catarrh ( ure J
V J, CllcMir&Cn 1'ropi .Toledo.')
We ttoundi-ralvned, liao known V J co
ney forttie laitU rear, and believe In
iierfectljr honorable in all bualnu trams
tlona and financially able tooarry out any t
llntloaamade br tnelrttrm j
Wen 4 Truar, wholjiale Drueaiiti, TolJo
U i waldlna- Klnran ft Mar Tin, Wholetio
Druiirliti. Toledo, O. I
Hall ( jitarrU Cure It taken Internally, ct
Ins directly upon the blood and raucuoui Jr
laoea ot the ajrttem I'rloeTto per bottle. tld
brslldrussUts, TeatlmoulaUfroe, I
llalla Vainlljr Villi are Ibebett, t3 J
Kentucky Liquor House I I
At The Old Lowensteln Building f 19
Price, Utah I i!1 jl
; Harry Qesas, Prop. : M
The Largest Mail Order Liquor I
House West of Denver 1
!j The Following List is a Sample of Our Prices fl
BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES WINES 31
BOTTLED IN BOND X Port Full Ql. $ .35 Gallon, $ .75 ffiH
ntJ XX Port .50 1.25 !
! Old Crow, Full Quart, $1.60 Sherry .50 1,25
Old Taylor "150 Mu,cat " -50 1.25 j! !
! r j n l Tokay " .75 2.00 ' ' IBbI
;, Cedar Brook . 1.50 Angelica !s0 L25 I AM
Sunny Brook 1.35 Claret .20 .65 'uH
! Amity . 125 Burgundy" .50 1.25 3; JH
r i u t Zlnfandel .50 " 1.25 '!
; Guckcnhelmcr " .25 ifnBl
!; Canadian Club . " 1 75 MILWAUKEE and ST. LOUIS )
anauian uud 1.75 BOTTLED LAGER BEERS ; H
Kentucky Crystal . ,.25 lar&cSht pcr Doz j MM
Winchester Club .25 Budwclscr $.30 $3.00 jl. lU
Monarch .00 Lemps .25 2.50 l
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,; 188 Pure Grain Alcohol " 1.00 Wagner, Salt Lake .20 2.00 J
I; Grape Brandy " .00 Brown Stout .20 2.00 , tt
Blackberry Tandy ,75 gjglcr ' .20 jg
i, Express Paid on Four Quarts or Over on all Whiskies and Wines ji 9
ill inUtah IIH
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j Phone 153 Price Utah lH
Tpi-jf iSJ-VXT- The P0P"lar place to dine. Where you get the best the 8 'H
r uc ltl7VV market affords, combined with the service given by our H mH
g p H Lady Waitresses and a Cool, Clean Dining Room. K 'fH
ISiVOVl Alt TRY 0UR NOONDAY LUNCH FROM
gut TV VHl 12 T0 2 O'CLOCK FOR 35 CENTS. I I
St The management gives personal attention to special par G l-H
& lies and afternoon lunches. g Mill
aW8iLaaawaWsffla f m
nrbus comralsslnners to onforco
tliuuirovlslons of tlio law. Tlio wholo
mater, thurofore, Is ono that reals
In fho liniiUs of tlio nrlous county
coiciulsslonors, nnd can only bo en
forioil whon tlioro Is a demand on
tluj part of nt least tontyflo
furiiers for such onforcomout.
Cno of tlio most common ailments
thut hard working pcojilo nro nf
fllcted with Is lame back. Apply
Chsmborlaln's I.tnlmont twlco a day
and massa,o tliu parts thoroughly
nt each application, and you will Ret
quick relief Tor sale by nil tloul-ors.
Uoby carrlsKos retired at Good
man's repair shop
FOR SALE Two tabloe, ono 11x0,
ono 4xC, Call at this office.
Bchool supplies Tho Advocate.
Hove You (i Telephone?
If not, let our iiiaimcir cull and
talk tlio mutter utir iltli ou nnd
explain our rutcs nnd scrtko.
Tito stops nnd tlmo wnwl In ono
montli nro wortli tlio prlco of a
RASTEIW UTAH TIUiKI'lIOND CO.
Central Offlco, Upstairs,
Cornor Main and Ninth Bts.
J. HEX MIIjLKJ;,
Dr. r. P. Amo, tho dontlst, has
oponed modern and sanitary offices
OTor tho Ooldon Ilulo store. Mod
ern oqulpmont. All Instruments
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: The finest line of Fresh and Cured Meats ji ! Sr H
; ever butchered. We are especially fortu- i ' w H
; nate in select buying and give you the op- i I H
; portunity to share in the profits. Roasts, i H
; Steaks, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Etc. Order !; iI'bbb!
!; your Sunday meats, we'll deliver promptly, j: J H
Try one of those fine, luscious Watermelons ; I iff fl
!; or Cantaloupes, ice cold in our refrigerator ;! i II bbI
i; L iia
Uvuli Ior. gawn Jar Caps, Rubbers, Wrenches, IIIibTbI
i rrlll I t l3rS Eco"my Jar Caps, We have a large j! ' H
I l 1UI1 UU1 stock of Mason and Sure Seal Fruit ISbTbI
;. Jars In all sizes at right prices. The Sure Seal Jar Is the ' li'HiBBl
' best fruit jar on the market. 9j m ffAVj
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