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!' Sunnyslde, Castle Onto, Winter Quarters and Clear Creek, Utah. ,
!;! NOTHLVU HUT THH HHST IN STOCK.
!!' Pino Wlnos, Ilrandles, Ueors and Cordials for tho Family Trado.
Pool and Billiard Tables.
ox iiomi: i:ii)xiicm
IlcRlnnlng tho first of n series of
homo economic lectures to bo do
ltvcrcd beforo vnrlous county In-tl-lutes
this fall, sa)s Krldny's Halt
Ivko Tribune, Miss Ocrtrudo Mc
Cheyno of t!io cxtonslon division of
tjio nRrlcultunil college will ro to
I'rlcu lodny to nddress tho Carbon
county teachers' Institute Hho will
lecturo on homo economics In tho
grndo itchools during tho afternoon.
In tho evening her subject will be
homo economic In tho lillt nchool.
Carbon rounty Is tho first county In
thn state to Instltuto homo econ
omic studies In tho hchool under tho
new stnto law, according to Miss
McChejno, who announce that shn
will be available for nny county In
stltuto dMlrlng to tako tin tho work
from now on.
JtHI'I'LH ATTACK H' IIKATII.
"Kho years ago tso doctors told
mo I had only two years to live."
This startling statement vtns inndo
1 by Btlllmnn (Irccn, Mnlachlte, Colo.
"They told mo I would dlo of con
sumption. It was up to 1110 to try
tho best lung medlcluo and 1 bo
gnn to use Dr. King's Now Discov
ery. It was well I did, for today I
am working nnd bolluo I owe my
llfo to tjils grout throat anil lung
euro thnt has cheated tho grao of
another victim." It's folly to suf
fer with coughs, colds or other lung
trouble now. Tako tho euro that's
safest. I'rlco SO cunts and 11.00.
Trial bottle free nt nil dealers.
Mrs. Thomas KlUgernld, who or
iginated nnd conducted tho carnival
of tho children thnt was presented
two evenings of last week at CUy
Hall, states that the total receipt
amounted to 1124.40, while the ex
penses wero I23.SC, leaving olio hun
dred dollars elghty-flu cents, which
hits been divided equally botween
tho Latter-day Saints tabernacle
fund and the Methodist church. The
expense Incurred was for printing,
hall rent, telegrams, electric light,
small Items of murrhiindlso and the
like. The patronage was iuo.t gratl
flK to Mrs ritzgerold nnd the
others In chnrgo of tho affair.
CAl'O'HT A HAD COM).
"Last winter my son oaughl a
ory bad cold and tho way he
coughed was something dreadful,"
wrltos Mrs. Barnh K. Duncan of Tip
ton, la. "Wo thought sure ho was
going Into consumption. Wo boujcht
Just 0110 bottlo of Chamberlain's
Cough Itomcdy and that ono bottle
stopped his cough and cured his
cold completely." For snlo by all
wimj 1'i.aci: i:.T'i:himxt
HTATIOX XHAIt lIl'lllt.U.M
Secrotury Wilson bt tho depart
ment of agriculture has decldod to
establish nn oxperlmont station on
the Mantl national forest near l'pli
ralm for tho study at grazing nnd
wntor protection problems. It Is
oxjKctod to have tho station In
working order boforo winter.
XIXJJTHHX MII.HH A HI.COXD
without a Jar, shock or disturbance,
Is tho awful speed of our earth
through space. Wo wondor ut such
easo of naturo's movement, and so
do those who tako Dr. King's New
Llfo Pills. No griping, no distress,
Just thorough work that brings good
health and fine feelings; 2S cents
at all doalors.
Tho Independent Coal and Coke
company will rocolvo at tholr office
at Konllworth, Utah, bids for tho
drhlng of two (2) tunnels flvo hun
dred foot In length, ten foot in
width and sovon foot In Jiolght.
Tunnola will bo run through soft
coul and sandstono. Illda should
reach tho offlco at the oar lost pos
REPUBLICANS PUT I
UP STRONG TICKET
Gov. William Spry Renominated By Acclama-;
tion, While Eastern Utah Gets State
Uttth n-publlentM met In Ut- con
vention t Mult Uke City Thnrmlny I
of Imi wrk nt 11 o'clock for th
nomlnatkm of presidential electors,
two eunnraMmen-at-lnr-i-i nnd n en
tire stnto ticket. The convention wns1
held nt the felt Use thMttr
United MtnteH Bunntor (letirge Stith
crlan I prtwlded ns tetntmrary chair
man, dt-lherlng the kenote stwti,
whkli hciiiIim1 moftt of the forenoon
sciolvn Arrangements for the
tenotomy convention wr. mmle
tho ilit) prelous by the state com-mlttn-
The tmiiioniry orgnnlM
tlou wns Inter mnde vTninent.
'I ho Kejnoto SMfli.
I! rilling Theodore Ho(Meelt, for
mor president of the United Htntoe
nnd ismlhlAte for Hit- hlglimtt oftlrt
within the gift of the ieopto of this
country on the third party ticket,
United States Henntor Hutherland do
Hvored tho keynote speh for the
republican party In L'lth at tho
stnte convention ot tho tarty.
The speech lasted n little over nn
hour and wns greeted l) npplauso
from tltuo to tlmo. During tho inoro
than nn hour thnt tho senator spoko
ho devoted less thnn three minutes
to tho democratic party. That was
when ho said that during tho Inst
fifty )cnrs tho party had only been
In tho control of nil tho bmnchps of
tho government once nnd thnt tho
worklngmen of tho country would
not llko to mk? th ono days return.
Tho greater part ot tho nddress of
the Utah senator wns devoted to nn
arraignment ot Iloosovell nnd tho
action of tho committee nt the Chi
cago convention which refused to
sent cortnln contested delegates.
Senator Sutherland was n member
of tho committee nt tho Chicago
convention nnd wont nt length Into
what tho commlttco did nnd why
they did It. Tho speech wns listen
ed to with marked attention through
out and tho tmnpornry chnlrmnn wn
grcolod with liberal npplauso at tho
closo of his nddress.
Ho drills lloowtcll.
Hero In Utah there nro no halt
bied In the republican party.
Wo deny tho Justification or rea
son for the existence of a third
Tho Chicago convention refused to
ho bullied or coerced Into nomina
ting n certain strenuous gentleman.
This 0110-mnn pnrty wns organized
during tho dog days of August.
Thn mistake wns iimdo when the
third pnrty adopted Its nnmo. It
should have been called "the pro
The attempt of Itoosmelt to steal
delegate at the Chicago convention
wns the most high hnnded In tho
history of polities.
It IliMtsevelt had beon nominated
nt the Chicago convention thcro
novor would linwt been n third
Ofriivi-M of tho Com enl Ion.
Tompornry Chairman -- Ooorge
Sutherland of Salt. Lake City.
First Vlco Chairman Dnnlel Hel
tier of Morgan.
Second Vlee Chairman C. A.
Johnson of (Iraud.
Third Vlco ChHlrmnn Wllford
Day of Iron.
Temporary Seorotary II. 1.. Cum
mlngs of Salt Lake City.
First Assistant Secretary Wil
liam II. DnWolf ot Denver.
Second Asslstnut Secretary II. J.
Norrls, Jr., of lllch.
Third Assistant Secretary Jullnn
M. Thomas of Salt Lake City.
Fourth Assistant Seoretnry Hob
ort L. Judd of Salt tako City.
Sergeant-nt-Arms - Olaf Thursby
First Assistant SergeAnt-at-Arms
- M. A. Itoss of Ulntnh.
Second Anslstnnt Sergennt-at-Arms
(lus J. Honrold of Juab.
Third Assistant Sergennt-at-Arms
Jos Thornell of San Juan.
Chaplain Itev. Francis II. Short
Tim Ticket Nominate!.
(lotornor William Spry of Tooel
Congressmen Joseph Howell of
Cnoho and Jneoh Johnson of San
Justice Supremo Court J. K.
Prick of Salt Lake.
Secretary of State Dald Matt-,
son of Wobor.
Attorney General - Albert It I
Ilarnes of Salt Lake.
Auditor Lincoln 0. Kelly of.
Treasurer Jeso I). Jewkes of I
Superintendent of Schools A. C '
.Vol son of Salt tako.
Presidential Electors J. M. Da
vis, Kph Homer, Margaret Kane
Wltchor and K. D. Woolloy. i
Hery Delegate Tlierw.
It was 11:415 o'clock whon tho
etato convention was oallod to or
der by usslstunt Secretary of Htato,
Cummlngs, In tho nbsonco of both I
tho stnto chairman and tho vjco
chairman. Prnctlonlly oery dulo-1
gate's sout was fUlod und thoro was
In the nelghlKirhood ot three Jiun
drwl spectators on the lower floor
and In tho first gnllcry. Tho call
for the contention wns read In part
by the secretary, after which the
selection of temporary officers wns
A W. llontley was elected to tho
stnte central comtnlttef for Carbon
county Tho Carbon delegates sup
ported Jtttoli Johnson nnd Howell
for cotigree at nil time. '
ltobert Mefides of Winter Quar
ters acted n one of tho commute
on credentials, A W. Horsley of i
Price, permanent organization, nnd J
order of buslnee, nnd 0. A. Ivor-1
son of Price, platform nnd resolu-'
DliMOL'ltA'l IC TKT HOOK
(.Oils AITKIt THH Tltl'STS
Tho democratic text look for
1012 has been reccUcd by demo
cratic loaders In Utah. Tho booki
makes tho high cost of living tho
paramount lamia ot tho campaign
nnd ndvocates sweeping tariff re
ductions a tho remedy Tho pro-'
(tectlvo tariff system Is strongly n
sallod. Ono section of the book Is de
voted to a dissection ot trust. Tho
trusts nro taken up In dotnll and nil
monopoly nttacked. Itoosovelt, Taft,
I Perkins nnd llockefollcr nro flayed.
Considerable space Is devotisl to
tho biographical sketches of Wood
row Wilson nnd Thomas It. Mar
shall. Hull Mihiimi Prlnmrj.
j Tho progressives of Price pre
cinct held their primary convention
nt tho county court house lost Sat
urday evening, naming C. Stanley
Price, tho nttornoy, nnd John Pot
ter ns delegates to tho county con-
, volition, held hero Inst Tuesday.
About forty persons attended tho
C. II. Slevonsou was choson pre
cinct chairman nnd Mntt Ollmour,
secretary. A. Ilalllugor, present In-
1 cumbont, wns endorsed for Jusltco
of tho pence nnd Joo M. Hnnson for
KorlnIM IjilHtr 'lleket. I
, At Salt Lake City last Thursday,
I e enlng tho socialist labor party
met nnd placed their ticket In the
I field. Tho national platform wns
i Indorsed, ns wero the national can-1
idldates, who nro Arthur Klmer ltd
mer of MnssAchusutts, for president,
and August (llllhnus of Now York
for lce president.
Preeldenttnl Hlevlors James P.
Krskluo, nn architectural draughts
man, nnd Marie H Petersen, a mil
liner, nil of Salt Uiko City, nnd J
K. (luenuiey, a slummnkor, of Ogden
Congresmnn Kilns Anderson, a'
laborer of Salt take City. I
Ootornoi- K. A. Ilnttoll, n ma
chinist of Ogden.
Seoretnry of Stnto Kate S. llll-l
llttrd of Salt tako City.
Mrs. Annie M. Ilrndlny, who shot
former Senutor Arthur Drown at
Washington, I), ('., wns registered nt
the Hoy Tliuntduy nnd Friday of
last week. Mrs. Drudley Is taking
up some dry farming land tmvornl
miles to tho west of Price, und this
Is the reason for her visit hero nt .
I Stop itl
i Stop coughing! Coughing
rasps and tears. Stop it!
Coughing prepares the throat
and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it ! There Is nothing so
bad for a cough as coughing.
Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral is a medicine for coughs
1 and colds, a regular doctor's
medicine. Sold for seventy
years. Use It! Ask your doc
tor if this Is not good advice. J
Unlets there It dally action of the bow,
elt, poltonout product! are abtorbed,'
cautlns headache, blllouineit. nautea.l
djrapepala, We with you would ask youl I
doctor about correctlne your conitlpatlon
by taklnc laxative dotes ot Ayer's Pills,
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Pattern nnd streot hats for fall
at Miss Kennedy', All prlcoa.
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Eastern Utah's Aodcrn Dentist il
All Services Guaranteed l:or Hil
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Painless Extraction of !
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Examinations and Estimates , 9H
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Price, Utah, ., IwM
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Q P 1 1
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Neatly furnished rooms and i H
cverythint strictly first-class. I l-wH
Nothing but the best of goods ' H
kept In stock. Come and see. . , 'H
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Proprietor. I ( "'
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