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I HtTP- SHOTGUN -r
K loss In a .hell, J irw the tut mrJ i Ut.t ' T snle b II
H "V" mikes It i y . H i lli.' I iftiit th barr I t wat'-h an
K on-and-tffdavlce. rht selx n t'f "i r after h tingle h t
H Is fired.-lt always Mj open when the martin Is emrt
H Plv thots three to Ret the cripf les MCh under abvotut con
B trol of the trigger finger. The recrtl reloads for ymi-l-kks
B another knelt In; take the train off the gun the dbcomfutt out
of the kick ell without dlrnlnlihlntf the drive behind Ilia shot
H 8lmple take-down few turnt of the readily handled
K K magaiine acrew-cep makea cleaning, carrying and Inter-
B cliange of barteta quick and eaty.
K Bind for a motion picture booklet telling how the
jt Ink la uied how a friction device foundonlyon
K , , the Rtmlngton'UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes
id,'T the punUhment out of heavy load.
- Write lo-dar.
Z&y ri:minoton ARMS. UNION
SCHOOL MMS HERE
K Oml l'ort)-l ho lliimln.il mill Will
H Carry I'orty Or Mora l'rr witu.
B Automobllo Car No. 1 for tho
H transportation of Carbon county
B Meh wliool pupil from ndjacont
B district to I'rtcn arrived ono day
H lost wook from Hall Ijiko City and
H I slnco being tried out by tho
B chauffeur In chargo. It lion boon
BB taken around tho city and to Hot-
BBM par, CaiUo Onto and Hprlng Glen,
BBb thoeo In chnrgo elating It la nil that
BBV In claimed for tl by tho maker.
BBS Tho car In a mounter, being of
BBV about tho nmo dlmcnalon a tho
BBV average boicnr, and Mill seat somo
BBV forty to flfiy persons with room on
BBV tho deck for luggage or oxtrn pan-
BBV Umgora. Thla No 1 car will bo
BBV. put In uo between I'rlco and Castlo
Onto It coat forty-five hundred
Thcro Is a a-vond car coming for
uo botwran I'rlco and Wellington
Hint la duo In I'rlco nbout tho lout
of thla in on in Alma llrynor will
bo In chargo of tho one now hore,
whllo William Norton will run tho
ono that la to comu.
Krory settlement In tho Ulntnh
reservation district, and every far
tuiT In every noltlomunt, hn prom
ised to contrlbuto to tho big county
fair to bo hold nt lloosovclt, Sep
tember 20th and 21it. Tho Indiana
now residing on tho rosonrntlon will
ntlond on inn mo, mid will hold their
"aun" nnd "boar" dances, making
tho fair nt onco ono of tho Inmost
nnd moat Intonating over held In
tho outlying counties of Utah.
Hofn pillows, drcssor scarf nnd
towel for ombroldorlng at MU
Olvo Humncr a chnnca to bid on
your socomMinnd articles.
H Support Home Industry.
B AiK your dealer for
B Ze C Me L7 Summit or
m Wyoming Shoes.
B They are made of solid leather throughout. Comfortable
B to wear have a good appearence guaranteed
B to give splendid satisfaction.
H (g For The Miner.
B ' Ask your dealer for
B Mountaineer Overalls
B They are honestly made, don't rip, give JSiP
H . excellent satisfaction. VVfjaTf
BH i WE PAY UINIOIN WmwSt
m ; WAQES. 7
SINOILAHIA lOltTlM M.nlir,irj
iioici: )i pa ,n,i '
Miidtnlt I'ioiii dri-nt DlMTjice't "'
hiff lo 1'ilrc to Tako AdtdnliiK'
t,r llio Imliieeiiieiiti Offirol '0'
the OuInhi fininly IIIrIi SiIiihiI
Sififlild'a Splendid Oiri"".
-vrl of the lttrtiator of l,lp
Cnrlmn County High school rave
Ih-h on the ground for om " e
nnd ho been conducting n vlKoroua
cnmimlgn throughout Iltm-ty "l
Carbon countlo. They report "it
conalderablo lntoreiit Is manifested
wherever they visited and a Urge
numbor of flral-clasa Bttidenta are
expectcsl Mnny student Mf ho
been nttendlng school In other elite
of tho stato Intend to onu-f tho
Carbon County High chfl, thl
oar. Sttidant are coming great
dlatance to tako advantaga of tho
work given here. Already they are
hero from l'n)son nnd Kphrnlm and
other nro coming from Southern
Ulah and from Wyoming. When a
student realize that ho can get tho
same work hero a elsewhere at
much lea coat, llttlo nrgtitoent U
nedled to convlnco h 1 in that Price
I tho ptaco to attend school.
Tho board of tho Carbon County
High itchool I singularly fortunate
In It cholco of faculty member. A
ntntowldo search would not reveal
n set of Instructor bettor iMllfled
to hnndlo high school lfSictlon.
Tho faculty consist of lilrleon
mnmboni ten In I'rlco and fttreo In
Hcoflcld. TIioko now In Price nro
U-Ornnd Woollcy, II A., who l al
ready well known hero a an In
structor In tho I'rlco high school.
Ill curve r us a student and In
structor hna Justified tho board In
plnclng upon lilm tho rosponMblllty
of tho prlnolpalahlp,
.Morrill O, Staughan, 1), 8., come
to ti after a year' uccoMftil tMch
tng In tho Millard Htnko ncailcmy
1'rofessor Maughan' work In hi
former school I spoken of In glow
ing term by thoso connected with
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BBBV CiuImiii OmiiiI) lllgli rMliixil lliilldlng, Wlildi i'ntiik . Mix.tv, Vrxlillitl, Kvpitln lo IU Ci.iiipl.lul lit
BBBV 0(t..iMr imii, t
that Itiatltutlim. Ho refuted novoral
fluttering offer to nccopt hit proa
out position In tho Carbon County
Mliw Jtvmlo K. KJatler with her
muster' degreo from Ulnd Htnn
ford (Jr.) Unlverslly, I Indeed a
vHlunblo notiubililon to tho school,
llor oxperlenco, coniblnoil with her
high scholastic attainments. gh
tuMumure) that tho work In KnglUn
hihI Oerman will be unusually nuc
cmmful, MU MagdHleii Punk, who I it I no
tho holder of bachelors dogreu,
come with the ry highest rocom
uiUMUtlona both a a scholar and a
teacher. .MU Punk' line I Utln
I and KnglUh ami from the report
I of her work given by the piofeor
at the Agricultural College of I'tah,
she U wcentlMMlly well prejmred
for hr dulle.
Mis Alice llursi oome from tho
liilerlt of uth with her degree.
8he 1ms had considerable special
work at that institution ami U well
, qimllfled. Ml Hurst will have tho
department of orul ospresslon and
come from nr. J. T. Curtl,
Dtvlght. Kn. He write I not
only have cured bad ens of oo
soiua In my pattern with HIectrlo
iiiutm, but also cured myself by
them of the same disease f fi
sure they will benefit any ease of
Mew.," ThUi ,Uow what thous
and have provl. that Rlectrlo
lUtter U a MlCMt effeetlve blood
purifier If an excellent remedy
for ecma, tetter, salt rheum, ul
cers, boll and running sore. It
stimulate liver, kldnejs and bowelu,
oxpel poisons, heltw dlireatlnn
uullds up the '.trengu!. pfiTeso'
Tl J. CWEETER LUMBER COMPANY!
K t . !M
PAINTS, OILS, VARMSHEsi
II .. c
Q A New and Complete Line of
g ENAMELED AND TINWARE
S tiuns, Revolvers and Amunition
$6,000.00 STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE
I LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
0 At Prices That Cannot Be Beaten
1 WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
will also bo ladle' director of ath-l
letlcs. From tho head of depart-1
mont nt tho university, Miss Hurt
ho received cxcollont recommend
tlon.1 and tho work alio ha render
ed tlnco comlnc to I'rlco nag "
woll for tho cces of her denarl
monts. After sovernl year of very suc
cessful leaching, Miss Anna Frost
come to tho Carbon County High
school to tnko chnrgo of tho homo
economic department. M1m Frost
has an excellent reputation In this
section of tho state, whero alio I
well known, having taught In San
pole, Kmory nnd Heaver counties
nnd In Idaho.
For tho course In mathematics
and physics, an exceptionally strong
Instructor, Half K. Woollcy, ha
been secured Professor Woolley is
n degree gradunto from tho school
of mine of tho fnlverslty of L'tnh.
Ho I very highly recommended a
n thorough nnd competent Instruc
tor and hi dopnrtmont will un
doubtedly be of a high standard.
W. li. Peterson, who hood tho
commercial department, hold tho
degree of bachelor of sclonco In
commerce. Since graduating from
college, Professor Potcrson tin had
chargo of tho commercial depart
ment of tho Nephl high school for
two )ears. Ho come to Price with
l.ovl N. Harmon, Jr., will direct
tho music departtnmit. Ills work I
certain of groat mirces Deep In
terest In music Is manifested by
mnny prospective students ami al
ready ho ha the personnel of hi
band nnd orchestra practically ar
ranged. Ho ho been eminently
successful In hi previous work In
conducting music nnd nn excel I wit
department la assured In the high
Under the experienced leadership
of John Alder, II. 8., tho depart
ment of agriculture and mechanic
arts will flourish Professor Alitor
htm had sevuml oar teaching ex
perience nnd hi work Is of excel
lent nuallty. Ho will gladly co-op-erato
with tho farmer In helping
them to solve tho many problems of
At tho branch high wliool In
Scofleld three flrst-clns Instructor
hnvo been engaged. Two )eur of
high school work will bo clven
there. Horace II. lllggs, a gradu
ate of the University of Utah, will
hnvo tho course in history and
Kugllsh. Ho U the holder of a de
gree and comet) with splendid recom
mendations. Tliomaa I.ntlmer, also a degree
graduate of the Unlverslly of Utah,
will have charge of the course In
miithemntloa at the branch.
Mis IMna M. Carlson, a gradu
ate or the Colorado Statu Teachers'
collego, ha been engaged to con
duct tho work In homo economic.
With this corps of teacher the
school ut Bcofleld will be well taken
I'lvo IVr font tlio Total On ,s.
sesietl ViiluatloiiH In I'rlco.
Vour nvorago proporty owner will
sit up and take notlco, a It were,
whon ho recolvo his tax statement
within tho noxt fow dayB from
County Trenauror Harmon. In
I'rlco thla year there I four mill
for tho stato, threo for stato schools,
ono-)mlf stato high school, five for
county, threo for county sohool,
twelve and a half for dlstrlot
schools, five liljjh school, fourteen
for city, three-ijunrter for county
bond sinking fund, throe-quarter
for county bond Interest, ono-half
Indigent poor nnd ono mill npeclal
road tux, making a total of fifty
mills, or G por tout on tho assessed
valuation of all proporty.
School Buppllea. Advocate Pub
lishing Co., Price, Utah.
WE GIVE AWAY a holder free with each hundred f
of Royal Flour. Hay and Grain and Flour are golnji
McKUNE FORWARDING COMBO
.Phone No. 88. Pri,l
UTAH FUEL COMPAt
MI.VKIW AND KHII'I'KltH OP
CARBON COUNTY COA
MANUFACTURERS OF CO
CAltllON COUNTY COAI.S Alti: Till! 1II3T
In tho market for lloixra ami Mule for Mini, Hay sail
Mine Props, Tie and Bprag and vnrloiu otlier local r
IIOMIJ INDU8TIU! PATHOMZIM).
(lenoral Offlcos Borenth Floor Judgo Uulldlng, Salt Ub
Mines nt Clear Creek, Wlntor Quarters, Castlo Oitid
Sunnysldo, Carbon County, Utah.
I Can be purchased now at J
low a price as we will oll(
later on heavy oods. !
has come, and it means
saving of from $5 to $10.0
on a suit of clothes, and full
as much on an overcoa
Have you seen our sample
Wasatch Store Co.
Btoro at Bunnyslde, Castlo date, Wlntor Qu" '
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