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Mined, Kenilworth, Utah
Kcrnl Offices, Newhouso Bldjr.,
SALT LAKE CITY.
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VLUMIUNO AM) UKAllNtt. ',
Bovci of All Kinds llopatred.
Bcan savo )ou money. Olvo J
HJb a chance. All kluds of ro-
H Prompt lervlco and ronson- '
Oftlco and Bhop at HoiIp J
Jcncc, East of Court Houao.
B Every thins: New, Neat
f and Clean and the Rest
J the Market Affords.
nomas Building, Price,:
Utah, Rooms, 25, 50,
I and 75c, ;
HYadc of the Mining Camps
and Transients Generally T
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o.vriuaron ami nuiLncn.
Hg Eitlmatoa Furnlthod.
Bno 11 By. 1'ItICE, UTAH.
H P. O. DOX 228.
EASTERN UTAH FURNITURE AND
Hnibalmlni; nnd Shipping
I'ltlUi:. .... UTAH.
: Lewis Jewelry &i;
: Alusic Co. ij
! Expert Watch Repairing our j!
;! Price, .... Utah. j
J; DRAY LINE
K. A. THOMPSON j!
( J Proprietor. ,
!' More to Servo Ereryono nt i
', rteaionablo Choree for the
i Doit Service. ,'
( Phono 00. PIUCi:, UTAH. ',
left mo with a frightful cough and
very weak. I haritpelln when 1 could
hardly brcathu or ptnk for 10 to 20
minutes. My doctor could not help
mo, but I was completely cured by
BOo AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
f HARRY A. CRAIN ;
;! Proprietor. ;
i; Eastern Beer jj
;! and All Popular :
!; Brands of Good j;
; Whiskies, Wines ;
!; and Cigars.
BIG CUT IN SHEEP
AND G0A1 VALUES
Carbon County One Out of hive Where Reduc
tion Is Not Effective, However Ac
tion Comes As Surprise.
Tho state board of equalization
has reduced the assessed aluatlon
of sheep and gonts in tcnt)-two
counties of the stnto a total of
$274,708 'the action, which was
taken July 19th without any public
announcement of It being given, was
"for tho purposo of equalizing tho as
sessment and valuation on sheep and
goats assessed with other classes of
property In tho state." According
to tho tablo tho sheep In tho stato
hao decreased n total of 284,314
head since Inst )car nnd tho pri
mary assessment tins decreased
$094,370. However, tho further re
duction In tho 1912 assessment
makes tho totnl decrease this year
amount to $909,138.
Cut In Vi ry Deep.
For at least tho Inst two )cars,
sheep hao been assessed on n gen
eral vnluatlon of two dollars n head.
In 1911 It wns a very smnll fraction
loss than $2.07. In 1912 It origin
ally n u very smnll fraction more
than tuo dollars. l)y tho readjust
ment, tho assessment becomes n
fraction more thnn $1 71, or n re
duction practically of nineteen cents
n bond on all sheep In tho stato. Cat
tle, hogs nnd horses nro not reduced
by tho board. Neither is there any
reduction made In sheep In Carbon,
Davis, Sanpete, Tooelo nnd Vnno
counties In which tho initiations nro
placed at approximately two dollars
a head, with tho exception of Davis
county, whero It Is plnccd well over
three dollnrs n head.
Irfttir In gullo Htpllrlt.
Tho letter which tho state board
Issued was addresod to tho audit
ors of tho affected counties nnd wns
dated July 19th It "was signed by
(lecrgo A Illnck, secretary, nnd Is
ns follows "You nro hereby notl
flid that tho stnto board of cqunllxa
i lion in session on tho 19th day of
July, 1912, after n full Investigation
tf tho assessment and nluntlon
placed upon sheep or gonts assessed
on range In tho various counties of
tho state, for tho purposo of equaliz
ing tho nsftvssmont nnd vnluatlon on
sheep or goats nssossed on rnngo
with other classes of property In tho
stnto, adopted and Issued tho fol
lowing notlco nnd order
" 'Hoiohcd, Thnt tho assessment
nnd vnluatlon placed upon sheep or
goats assessed on rango In tho coun
ties of Ilox I'ldcr, Heaver, Cache,
Hmery, Garfield, Oram), Iron, Juab,
Kano, Millard, Morgan, Pluto, lllch,
Salt Lake, San Juan, Bolor, Sum
mit, Utah, Uintah, Wasatch, Wash
ington and Wcbor, ns tho saino ap
pears this day, the 19th of July,
1912, on tho assessment books of
tho counties horeln named, bo and
tho same Is hereby reduced 10 per
cent, nnd tho auditors of tho said
named counties nro hereby ordered
to mnko such entries nnd changes
In tho assessment books of their re
spective counties ns will mako samo
conform to tho terms and purposes
of this notlco nnd order.' "
Tho tablo herewith gives tho
number of head of sheop in the
counties In 1911 nnd 1912 and tho
primary assessment in each county
for both years. Tho amount of re
duction in tho total assessment of
each county Is also given. Tlio f lis-,
1911 1011. 1912.
COUNTY. Number. Valuation. Number.
Heaver 01,792 $ 103,098 236,703
Ilox Kldor 94,117 103,571 11C.117
Carbon 03,082 127,428 4,982
Kmery 33,799 C0.CC7 110,324
anrfleld 113,147 220.30C G0.200
Grand 73,222 183,040 70,488
Iron 217,902 481,219 203,202
Juab 03,3& 187,076 107,310
Kano 06,984 110,801 C8.0B7
Millard H.4SI0 28,992 17,902
Morgan 6.C10 11,232 929
Pluto .... 18,104 35,370 18,208
Itlch , 59.198 129,003 51,402
San Juan 01,196 125,075 43,140
Salt Uke C2.732 125,375 0,014
Sanpete 220,741 433,764 28,270
Sovier 61,022 110,657 20,857
Summit 134.J09 290,701 11,788
Tooelo , 93,884 187,773 202,817
i Uintah 142,433 297,097 151,230
Utah 102,259 204,037 29,057
Wasatch 77,956 170,062 42,343
Wayno 18,513 37,159 15,309
Washington 13.000 20,036 17,807
Weber 17.510 35,593 12,190
Cache 11,168 22,445 8,185
Davis 34,918 78,290 5,299
Totals 1,951,329 $4,030,770 1,000,986
(Jov. William Spry arrived In
Prlco last Friday from Uintah coun
ty and left In tho nftornoon for
Zlon. Ho said while hero that he
would return about August lBt and
go over tho matter of tho location
of tho road up Prlco lllver Canyon,
which Is now under discussion by
tho stato highway commissioners.
Prlco pooplo and others in this sec
tion want tho road to contlnuo up
tho canyon through Kyuno, and tho
commissioners appear to favor tho
Willow Crook routo out from Cattlo
' a a to. Tho governor was accompan-
M" EMNHffi CONTAMINATION
Price City Officials to Act Prompt.
I) In Mvwir Mutter.
To eradlcnto tho contamination
of tho Price river tho city officials
of Price are likely to Install n sop
tic tank at tho head of tho sower
sjstcm In tho ver near future Tho
ranttcr was Inst week taken up with
tho Price officials by tho stato board
of health on Insistent complaints re
ceived b Ur T. II I!entt, secre
tary of tho stnto board of health,
from Wellington nnd Woodslde.
C. P. Kmer), stnto sanitary In
spector, met with tho authorities nt
Prlco Inst week nnd It was decided
to Install tho septic lank sjstoni.
In addition to this Improvement tho
sewer seeplngs will bo turned off
on a sewer farm and the water will
be utilized for Irrigation purposes.
Tills plan does nway with nny possi
bility of tho Prlco rler being con
taminated by sowngo nt Prlco Dr.
Uonlt) npprote of tho proposed
plan nnd regards It Is an Important
factor In maintaining henlthfuliiess
nt Wdllngton and Woodslde
Clt Knglneer Olson of Price nnd
other officials will go to Halt Lake
City within n few days to Inspect
the septic tank system nt Snltnlr.
Tho sewer plant at Saltalr meets
with nil requirements, nnd It Is
understood that tho proposed plant
for Prleo wll bo similar to tho ono
The cost of Initialling tho septic
tnnk will bo In tho neighborhood of
a thousand dollnrs
is .rn:ii moitat itovn
Humor Is nhrond to tho effect
thnt Jcsso Knight has acquired an
affection for tho Moffat rond, nnd
Is mnklng plnns fur building n lino
Into I'rowi, by wnj of the Strnw
lieiry rher. Sures have been
iiitulo from Steamboat Springs, in
Western Colorado, through tho
'southern ptrt at Uintah county nnd
Into Wnsatch county ns far as Du
cCvnn Preliminary sure)s nro
nlio' being mndo from Duchesno to
Hobblo Creek nnd thenco on Into
Tho Provo folk hno boon curious
for somo tluio regnrdlng n "houlo
nrd" which Knight has built west
ward from a point nbout four mites
from that city. Tho "boulevard,"
while ostensibly a wagon rond, is a
finely graded affair, and Is llttlo
used by wagons on account of near
by roads moro ndnpted for vehicular
A vast nmouut of III health is duo
to Impaired digestion. When the
stomach falls to perform Its func
tions proparly tho whole system bo
comes deranged. A fow dosos of
Chamberlain's Tablets Is nil you
need. tThoy will strengthen your di
gestion, Invigorate jour liver, and
regulnto our bowels, entirely do
ing away with that miserable feel
ing duo to faulty digestion. Try it.
Many others have been permanently
cured why not youT Tor sale by
led by C. n. Htowurt, J. a. McAllis
ter and Dr A. C. Young, who wero
horo last week In behalf of the
Tito state land board nnd tho
stnto board of oxamlnora will meet
Jointly on August 8th for n full dis
cussion of loaning tho Oroen Itlvor
Irrigation district fifty thousand dol
lars. Tho Oroen ltlvor Irrigation
district has n bond Issuo of $201,
000 and uomo tlmo ago offorod to
sell tho stato $50,000 of its bonds
nt ninety-five conts. Tho cmeatlon
Meets The Approval j I
Of the Discerning I
The clothes you wear outfit to be as fkfl
nearly correct as possible well made U
I and showing judgment. j
Your appearance will be satisfactory H
and the clothes hold their excellent j9
character if you buy them of us. IB
You'll enjoy looking at the things we iH
show you here. You'll profit in buying fl
if you want that which has real quality rr
and in which you can take real pleasure. II
Wasatch Store Co. M
Btoro at Sunnysldo, Caitlo Oato, Winter quarters and sfiH
Clear Crook. f IH
Tm. millerI 1
GENERAL MERCHANDISE ill
COLTON, UTAH, fl
New Store and' New Stock at New 'jH
Location where you can Always get wfl
flay and Grain at Reasonable Prices. ; jB
Come to the New Place and ; ! 1
Get Outfitted Properly. ' B
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j SUNNYSIDE LIQUOR HOUSE fl
ItlCTAII. I.IQUOH MKltCHANTH. i
', Sunnysldo, Castle lato, Winter Quarters and Clear Creok, Utah. rj
NOTHINtJ HUT Till! lllHT IN STOCK. W M
! Flno Wines, Ilrandles, lloors and Cordials for tho Family Trade. iar'si
Pool and Dllllard Tables. lV
$ 48C.769 $ 47,602
nf titles was put up to Attorney
Jnmos IT. Hammond and last Satur
day Hammond notified tho board of
soveral Booming flaws. Thoro Is a
possibility now that tho loan will
not bo mado.
"Woro all medicines as morltorl
ous an Cltambtrlaln'fl Colic, Cholora
and Dlarrjtoon Itomody tho world
would bo muolt better off nnd tho
porcontngo of suffering greatly do
creased," writes Lindsay Scott, of
Toraple, Ind. For sale by all dealers.
.NOTICi: TO WAT l.lt UHi:itH j SB M
Stnto KnglnoeVs Offlco, H-lt Mke li-g l
I.ako City, July 22, 1912 Notlco ift-i
Is hereby given that A. M. South- j HI l
worth, whoso postofflco address is I flB
American Fork, Utah, tins mado np- UHH
plication In accordauco with tho ro- jm
qulrements of tho Complied Iiws Hff!
or Utah, 1907, as nmondod by tho 'i&n si
Ssson Laws of Utah, 1909 and : IW JH
1911, to npproprtnto nlnn (9) cubic- (tff HJ
feet of water per second from Prlco !M H
river, Carbon county, Utah. Said H Bl
water will bo diverted at a point K H
which lion 1804 5 foot cast and 628 I jj5'l
feet south of tho northwest corner I T''M-I
of Sec 13, Twp. 13 South, Itango 9 RwJ
Hast, Salt Lake ha so and meridian, nH H
from wheru It will bo conveyed by 'JFV).I
means of a canal for a dUtancu of tjfflfl VI
61,800 feet and there used during ' ?'!
tho period from May 1st to Beptew- ?m--I
bor 15th, Inoluslvo, of each year, to flBF tB
Irrigate 720 acres of land embraced ml H
In Sections 5, 0, 7 anil 8, Twp. 14 I ,((ra jl
South, itango 10 East, Salt Lake IjIB M
bnso and morldlan. As much of iff H
said water as may bo necessary will f lit !
bo used during tho entire year for .'fir, Bl
domestic purposes This application i woUL Hj
Is designated in tho stato engin- 'jb -H
eer's office as No 4039. All pro- IrBW -H
tosts against tho granting of said 1 ml M
application, stating tho roasons f , 211! Sjj
thorotor, must bo mado by affldav- f Mil Bj
It In duplleato and filed In this of- ljP aH
flco within thirty (30) days aftor , VAWM
tho completion of tho publication of Xm -H I
this notlco CAl.EII TANNKIt, Stato , ffBal
Knglneer. v vwH
Dato of first publication August I 'jh'ClSal
1, 4912, da'o of comnletlon of pub!- llflii
cation August 31, 1912. 'JntsMliV-l
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OLD NEWSPAPEKS In largo or 'llil-l
Bmall quantltlos, 2Bo a hundred: tnlni
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