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H THL KAHTK1LN UTAH ADVOOATK, TlltlllSllAV, HHPT. lli, Ull'2. lWdlJ FIVE. 'HHHD
Kvery man, woman nnd child
ght to nave it safeguards
Kur future, secures Indopon
Bm.o nnd pmes tho way to sue
HTl.c person lio cannot, docs
Bt i-iid will not ie money,
Knnot nnd wilt not do nny
King else worth while.
B- Wo pay t"r cont Interest
Hn swings accounts nnd i per
Hpnt on tlmo deposits.
B $1 00 will start a savings nc
Bount here, rroday Is tho day
Bo begin to savo and right here,
Blth us, Is tho snfo placo to
But your savings.
Ice Commercial &
it You ii Telephone?
Bt. ',t "ur l"uinKcr call and
Hllin mnttrr otcr ttllli )ou nnd
BJn "llr rn,M ""' M'nlco.
B tp nnd tlmo sntcil lit ono
Bli ru ortlt tlio prlco of a
Htku.v utaii telephone co.
B Central OMco. Upstnlrs,
Kornor Main nnd Ninth Bis.
B .i. ni:x millei;,
B Mile ItulldliiB
B Nothing handled ttut tlio ',
fcrry lxt of
B I INK OLD WHISKEYS .'
B IWTEHX HEMW nud ,
H ki:y wfst ckiauh.
B Eight wir old Cedar Ilrook ,'
HllourlKiii nnd eight jwr old
HMount Vunion lto netted ex- ,
Kclukltt'l) otcr tills bar. 'i
B A Mmro "' tllu pnlnxingo
B"t tho publlo solicited. I'houo ,'
l30 nnd tc "III dolltrr tlio
CHARLES AVERILL ;
Blltn t'tnls Per LI"" Utch Issue.
B""' sl" Words to tli" I.I no. N
turtUimcut a- 'limn Tuentj
Bri 8VLF. High top office desk,
also wngon cover, 11x10. Imiulro
f Mrs Ii. K. Muxxy, phono 138.
BaytFD To contract for twont-
flio hundred to threo thousand
tia'hu cedar pouts for fencing It.
W C rockett & Co
B,lrVhim Young Unlvorslty at
B commoncoa Its thlrty-sovonth
Badnnlc yoar, Monday, October 7,
m'li Wrlto for cataloguo.
Oil 8AI.Krifty.flvo acres of
lood land all under cultivation
lth good wator right, and n
hundred colonies of boos In good
o district. Address Alfred
Jow II. Vernal, Utah.
OTIC U TO STUDENTS Thoso nt
tending tho Carbon County High
whool may havo a real homo for
tho soason. Apply now for rooms.
Everything tho boat for tho low
t prlco. Propor ohnporonngo.
Seo Mrs. Magdlol, llox 14, Prlco,
JJtah, tho Ivorson dwelling
' soften caused by Indigestion
W constipation, nnd quickly dlsap
'y when Chamberlain's Stomach
"f Uvcr TableU aro taken. For
lll hy all doalora.
Mr. and Mrs W M Melntlro hnvo
a new son at their home now about
two weeks old.
Tho count commlssloiieis nto to
meet In regular session next Satur
day, Septembor Hth.
MUs Ada Ilrjncr has been agist
ing Miss UsmIo Kennedy nt tho
latter's millinery eftlnbllshmsnt for
l'rtces lodge of Odd Fellows will
eelsbrate Its first nnnlversnT) next
Sntunlny evanlnn, September Hth,
at their hall.
W C. Ilenfer and family have
lately moed Into the M. 8. Horsloy
rewldence, ncnted by Mr. and Mrs.
Honl C. Klsk has been In very
poor health for a week or ten days
pist, a sufferer from a partial
stroko of paralysis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Abelln nre
rejoicing oer tho nrrhnl of twins
nt their home, a boy and n girl.
Tho mother and children aro doing
Marly Howan of Helper knocked
out Jack Downey of Salt Lako City
In tho fourth round at tho Salt
I.?kt theater Wednesday night of
l'rlco Tavern Is now being con
ducted on tho American plan, tho
ruto being thrco dollars a day.
Itooms aro ono dollar nnd up and
mats Mventflo cents.
Helper will soon be full of Owls.
Thti organizer for tho order was
thcio last vteek and has a largo
number of applications already sign
ed u,i ns chnrtcr members.
W. K. Colo, assistant cashier of
l'rlco Commercial nnd Savings bank,
has been nppolnted treasurer of the
Carbon County High School district,
lco X. K. Scamount, resigned, ef
fective last Monday.
Stevenson Lumber company Is
this week molng Its nrds nnd
stock of morchnndlso to tho north
sldo of Main street at tho north
wost rorner of Tenth. A now store
building Is to bo creeled.
Ilyruin Prnndscn Is raising four
teen acres of potntocs this car,
many of which already dug, nverago
two pounds nnd bolter each. Ho
has promised to bring soma to Tho
Advocato offlco for exhibition.
Miss Tosslo Harmon of l'rlco Is
to represent Carbon county ns maid
of honor to tho "Queen of Irriga
tion" nt tho Nntlonnl Irrigation
congress nt Salt l.ako City this
month. Tho county will have a
handsome float In the parmlo.
C. A. dray and family have taken
tliu Lewis rosldenco on North Ninth
street and nre housekeeping. Mrs.
dray arrived tho first of thn week
from Salt l.ako City, accompnnlod
by Mrs C, K Gray, her mother-in-law,
and child. They aro delighted
Miss Vera Nielsen of Klslnoro and
J. Itoeso of Castle date wore mar
ried on tho 26th of August at Itlch
flold. Kator a reception wns given
at tho homo of tho brldo's mother,
many Invited guests being present.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itceso will innko their
homo at Cnstlo date.
l'rlco city authorities are com
pelling Dr. 1 P. Klsk to oloan up
tho rear of his promises on Main
street, said to bo about tho filthiest
to bo found an where. He Is said
to have balked on the proposition,
but was mndo to como through un
dur threat of prosecution.
Dr. and Mrs. 15 M. Nohor nro the
parents of n econd girl baby, born
at Cnstlo (late last Thursday. Tho
young lady has been chrtstoned
r'rnmos Jnno. Cards announcing
tho birth have been received by
friends In this city Mrs. Nohor nnd
tlio little ono are doing splendidly.
Hilda, the little daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Ilobert Seeronen, died nt
their home lu Konllworth, Satur
day, September 7th Death result
ed from cholera morbus. short
service was held at the residence Ii)
Kov. II. -T. risk with Interment at
Spring (Hun comotorj last Monday
Work Is resumod nt tho Utah
Agricultural college at Logan on
September 24th. Course nro given
In ngrUjulture, homo economics,
ngrlcultural engineering, commerce,
tiwchnnlo nrta nnd gonornl sclonco.
Tlio coil r nro broad and llboral
In in' sreat. college of, for and by
Flro which broke out In tho gro
cery storo of W. Wi Ilrjan at Kor
rou Wodnesdny afternoon of last
week took throo buildings. Ilrjaus
storo was totally destroyed and no
thing was saved, J. J. Itasmitssons
store waa also burned with all Its
contents and Carl Nielsen's barber
bop wont also. Ilrjan's loss was
rally covored by Insurance, whllo
ItMiiiusMn. when ho collects Insur
ance, will bo out about threo hun
drod dollars. NIolson suffers n to
tal low In his barber shop. Tio
origin of tho fire la unknown. Ilry
a" has lately boon figuring to como
to l'rlco to engage In business.
Sam C MUoa loft at Tho Advo
cato this wook a cucumber ralsod in
bU T garden at Price that weighs
threo and a quarter pounds, Is
UTAH OIL INDUSTRY !
(uHitNMK.VT iiiNritini:s thi:
(iltllAT SAN .It I IKI.IW. I
fmlitrmll. Wildcat DtltlliiK In
Snnptto and Junli CNiuntle Mn (
I'iimIiicIiik W1N In hoiitlxiif'tern
ttali and Six In Wnlilmtton A- i
llmtl Oil I'olt.llliloH Ninr Ion. '
Those who aro InlorestiAl In tho
oil Indtistr) of the count r will find ,
n bulletin Just Issued by tho United
States geological survey timely nnd
Instructive This bulletin Is pro- '
pared by David T Day nnd It hnn
dtes tho production of petroleum for
many jears past up to and Including
1911, with tho output by states nnd
by counties in each state, Utah and
Wyoming being given attention. In
regard to Utah the bullotln sn)s In
"Oil has been produced In Utah
In both tho Virgin field on tho cus
tom edgo of Washington county
and In tho San Juan flold In the
southern part of San Junn county,
and Interesting occurrences of oil
havo also been noted In tho Dragon
flold on tho eastern edge of Uintah
county, near tho town of that name,
and In tho field about fifteen miles
west of Vernal Natural gas has
also boon noticed and ovon obtained
to a slight extent by drilling on tho
cast shoro of fJrcat Salt Lako In
tho northeastern part of Groat Salt
Lako a well is bolng drilled for as
phaltlc oil. In addition, consider
able wildcat drilling tins boon enr
rlcd on for tho last two or thtco
tears In tlio Sanpoto Valley nuxr
Juab and Mt. Pleasant. Tho Virgin
oil field has already beon described
In this scries of reports."
Tho report thon continues with
a description of tho geological fea
tures of tho San Junn field, with
special emphasis on tho difficulties
of reaching It, owing to tho dlstnncb
from railroad connections. In tho
field report for 1011 It Is stated
that on January 1st there went ntno
producing welts In San Junn county,
six In Washington county nnd two
In Sanpcto county. The chemical
nnd ph) steal properties of tho San
Junn oil nro trcntcd exhaustively
In n largo tnble.
Utah and Wyoming In 1011 pro
duced 1 80,005 barrels of oil, tho
largest In hlstor), Wyoming pro
duced tho major portion of this, for
tho stnto had a hundred nnd fort)
nlno producing wells on January 1,
1011, nnd n hundred and slxty-ulno
wells on December 31st. Wyoming
experienced a splondUl Improvement
In Its various Holds and holds un
usual promlso In this respect.
thirteen Inches In length nnd lots
tlinu threo weeks lu growing. Homo
very flno potatoes from Frank
Horsloy 's place oast of Prlco nro al
so on exhibition, bolng brought in
by Aubrey Hoborts. They are of
tlio "Karly Sonsatlon" variety nnd
nro vory flno speclmons. Tho Advo
cate Is atwnvs appreciative of sam
ples of tho products of tho farm,
garden and orchard for exhibition
purposes, that visitors may see what
can bo nnd Is being dono In Prlco
Funeral services for Jerry Daly,
tho woll known Donvor nnd Illo
Oramlo conductor, who tiled on his
train nonr Oreen Itlver recently,
were held in St. Joseph Catholic
church nt Ogdeu last Monday. Kev
Fnther Cushnnhnn was tho seaker
Ho paid tributes to tho memory of
tho deceased, who was loved by nil
who know him. A special train was
run from Salt Lnko City ror tlio
railroad men who went to Ogdon to
nttond tho services. Tho Ordor or
Hallway Conductors, tho Ilrother
hood of Hallway Trainmen nnd tho
Knights of Columbus attended, the
latter acting its honorary pill
boarors. Tio Interment took plaie
In tho Mountain View lemuter) at
Theo Nlcholos, lloburt Johnson
and Henry Vincent of Colton were
takon boforo Justleo of tho 1'omco
Jones at Provo last Monday nnd
charged with maintaining n mil
sanco iimlur tho provisions of tho
stnto liquor law nt Colton, whore It
U allegod, they havo boon conduct
ing u placo where liquor Is unlaw
fully sold. Ploaa or lint guilty wore
entered nnd tho caso sot for hear
ing for tho 17th, tho day following
tho trial for unlawfully selling
liquor, or which there Is n chargo
against tho samo parties. Their
ball was flxod at 1 150 cash for each
or throo hundred dollars bonds, ex
cept in tho caso of Vincent, who
was pormlttod to go on his previous
bond of flvo hundred dollars gtven
In the liquor selling caso.
Ileafliru iitiinot be Curnl
by local sppllcntlom. iber cannot reaen tba
dlceakeJ portion uf thaear. Tbcre la only cine
war to euro fleafncM, and tbatla by conatltu.
tlonal remedies. Ueatneaa UcauMtlby an ln
(lamed condition or tbemuououi lining of tba
Eustachian lube Wnea (bit tubs gen Indira
edyoubayearumbllngaoundorlmperteetbear Ins and when It liontlrely cloned deameaa la
tbnreault. and unlets the Innamatlon can bo ta
ken out and tblt tube rettored to Its normal eon.
dltlon roreten nine cae out oj ten are eauaed
by Catarrb, wblob la nothing but on Inflamed
condition of the rnucoui surf aeee ..
We wltl (Its One Hundred Dollar for any
case of Dealnea (cauaed by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall a Catarrb Cure bend for
circulars. free. cENKyfc c0 iToWOio.
Hell aVamily t'llla are the beat
Kentucky Liquor House I B
At The Old Lovvensteln Bu1.c1I.ik flH
Harry Qesas, Prop. j iffij
I The Largest Mail Order Liquor House 1 WR
West of Denver jj J H
The Following List Is ex Sample of Our Prices ' 2811
BOURDON and RYE WHISKIES WINES J fljjH
BOTTLED IN BOND X Port Full Ql. $ .35 Gallon, $ .75 '- BBBBI
? XX Port " .50 1.25 "
Old Crow, Full Quart, $1.0 Sherry .50 1.25 " WH
Old Taylor 1.50 Muscat " .50 1.25 II HI
Cedar Brook - - ,.50 J " ;g ". jH
Sunny Brook 1.35 Claret .20 .65 Ifl
Amity 1.25 Burgundy" .50 1.25 H.H
Guckenhelmer . 1.25 Zinfandtf " -50 " J2S H
r.nsriun rik , ,f MILWAUKEE and ST. LOUIS WiH
Canadian Club 1.75 BOTTLED LAGER BEERS 3; , I I H
Kentucky Crystal . 1.25 UrieSIze Per Dor. i l fkM
Winchester Club 1.25 Budwelscr $.30 $3.00 ! ) m-H
Monarch 1.00 Lemps .25 2.50 j .' WH
Black & White Scotch 1.75 Jft, .. ' . " 2.50 U SH
. .. . . . Red, White & Blue .25 2.50 M 'HB
188 Pure Grain Alcohol 1.00 Wagner, Sail Lake .20 2.00 8 , il
Grape Brandy 1.00 Brown Stout .'.'.0 2.00 f'ALI
! rti,,!,!,...,, n.-nrt,, t; Soda Water .15 1.65 ,' X H
Jl Blackberry Brandy '7S Mineral Water .20 2.00 f WM
KXlMlKBa l'AID ON KOUIt QUA11T8 OH OVKll ON Al.li WMIHKIKH AND WINKH IN UTAH. j W H
Pree Delivery . f H
Phone &3 Price Utah l H H
5 nni-x ivj-l. The popular place to dine. Where you get the best the K '! ' ' H
g 111 ljOV market affords, combined with the service given by our K jl
- Lady Waitresses and a Cool, Clean Dining Room. K l
llSVftVlllP TRY OUR NOONDAY LUNCH FROM I i (
$UaiV VjULX 2 TO 2 O'CLOCK FOR 35 CENTS. SI JM
$ i The management gives personal attention to special par wM
v ties and afternoon lunches. S V
CnrlMin (Niuitty BtlHMtU Unto C'm
pit In TfmliliiK tn
Tho Carbon county tcncliors' In
stitute, which wns In sosslou nt
l'rlco on Voiln.eilny, Thursday nml
Friday o( last oek, enmo to u
closo Friday uvonlnu with n daneo
lor thoso In attendance lu the
ovenlnu. I'rof. J. H. Iul, 1'rof. J.
I,, llrown, Miss Oortrudo McCheyne,
K. B. Davles, Miss Ktolyn Ary
and Miss Allco Hurst gavo lecluns
or demonstrations. Musical selec
tions woro rendered by Wnyno John
son, U N. Harmon, Jr., I.ora Har
mon, Augusta Walsh, J. 8. Johnson,
Alvit Woodward, Carlos Woodward,
Ilex Mlllor and Samuel Johnson ol
l'rlco; Bsther Davis ol Clear Crcok.
AsslKiuuent ol teachers
l'rlco larivndo Woolloy, J. A.
Alder, I.. N. Harmon, flr, Mafidalono
Funk, Anna Frost, Alice Hurst, Jos
slo Klstler, W. 1.. I'etersoii, M. O
MaiiBhan, Wnyno Johnson, I'earl
Ditlton, Carlos Woodward, N. .
Anderson, Nona Ooodwln, Addle t II
cox, Chnrlotle Iluln, Noll Muldrow,'
Kvalyn Ixiwry, Ida 1'aoe. '
Cnstlo ante V 8 Davie, He'"
Cniiui, llorbara M. Twaddle, Kate l
Heljior Bteiihon A. Olsen, Mary
K. Twaddlo, llonnlo I). FloldB, llar
WollliiKton J. D llrlnkerhofr,
Charlotto Davis, Mario llarton.
Winter Quartors 8. W. OoldlnK,
Iiulse Nalton, Margaret Taylor, Ha
zel Hoogland, Alice Doulan.
Hurmysldo ICmlly Lassen, Sfclum
Usson, Agnes Lassen, Marian 11
Smith, Mattlo Dnrgor.
Bcotlold A. H Horsley. MHw
llroylos, Margarot MuDonaugh, Vera
H-Omond, Horoco II HIbs( y K ,
Worley, Wlnlfro.1 A. I.lngley.
Konllworth Dolphlno Cnssol,
Cloar Crook KlUa Hayes, Linda
Westorman, Ksther Davis, K II
Hiawatha Flora A. I'hllllps
Spring Olon W L Johnson, Lu
Cnrbonvlllo Mae Hurt
Arthur B. aibson, rormerly wKli
tho Utah Fuol company us chlof
clerk at Clear Crook and olsowhero,
Is now witli the Knight mines nt
Storrs, abovo Holpor. Btorrs Is
soon to havo a poatottlce.
OHlco and school supplies. Ad
yocato Publishing Co.
Dr. A. C. Horunsen will hnto Dr.
Fisher, eye, now, throat and tnr
specialist nt his offlco In l'rlco,
Thursday to Sunday, September
13th to IBth, to front nml operato
upon tho oyo, oar, nose and throat.
A splondld opportunity lor tho
pooplo or l'rlco. Kansas City prac
Flro Insurance rates throughout jj H
HhsKtii lllnh nro being reduced. j jj H
Consult wltli us lioforn plnclng n , M
policy. It. W. Crockett A Co., ii ' M
Price, Utnli. H
Let us llgurn with )ou on n loan r M
ror building It W, frookrlt A Co , I H
Price, Utuh , H
PRICE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 I
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g WIMHOTH WEHAGERIE OF WILD AHIMHS 4, M
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mJ U I H UI-ELEPHIHT IH THE WORLD If kS
P ., 10 THRILLING IARE-DEVIL ACTS-10 f ' ; jB
SMjmts. .ROYAL ROWAW HIPPODROME, to L ! W
-,2PRBPB(X BOO I'liOPUC, UOO IIOUHICM. M'i M
iKff9pMwl 100 Lespers, Acrobats snJAsrlslUts-100 U ! . 41
jEHMI; 20 Punny Clowns. 100 educated Aofmsls fill 'M
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