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-jJjWT) PlllBi Hrcwcd nnd bottled only by Uio
wuSP : Brewing Co
PHII ! Halt Lake Clly Utah
itBc High Efficiency
M 2104 Lbs.
Bulled For Storage.
"Will Not Slack.
LB of Steaming and
"dent Coal & Coke Go
jBU Kuiilworth, Utah
BOfllcci, New house Bldir. ,
LT LAKE CITY.
fl and :
'B erj thing New, Ncnt
1 ( lnn nnd tho Heat
rA' Market Affords.
$ Building, Price,:
Si, Rooms, 25, 50,
M and 75c, ;
t the Mining Cnmpa
W Transients Generally
fZURA HIGASHI, :
'am von a cAimuau
promptly answorod whon
chooso to moko It. It you
catch a very early train or
ry l&to ono you can havo a
N'EL'H I.IVKUY HAK.V
'K:. Jr , Mgr , Prlco. Utah.
.W frightful cough and
l,'lJ epUhni hen 1 could
Ki !io or Bpcak for 10 to 20
".My doctor could not help
m completely cured by
EASTERN UTAH HII Ai
Kmbalnilm; and Slilpplnc
li; PRICE I
. ;! HARRY A. CRAIN ;
, j! Proprietor. ;!
!j The Only Second-Class 5a
I South Ninth Street, Price, !
; 1'ltlCi:, UTAH.
ij i'hoxi: i in. j!
l i:vi:uvTHi.(i i.v j!
J 1'IiUMIIINfl AND HUATI.NO.
i J Stoves of All KliuU Ilopalrod. ,
'. Can aao you money. Olvo
,' u a chanci. All kind of ro- J
i pair work. ,'
'. Prompt service and reason-
ablo prices. ',
' Office and Shop at Ileal-
', Jonce, Kast of Court Houso. i
', Bvorytblne In
: Concrete i!
j! I'niCB. UTAH.
Kstlmatos on Dutldlngs, Walka
i J and all Kinds of Contract Ji
Choorfully Furnished. Modern
t't Machlnory and Methods. Ji
citYSTAL nnooic WHISKY Qua
kor Maid Ryo tho two boat ovor
sold In Price only by J. D. For
roater at the "Q. P." Ask for
these popular brands.
EASTERN UTAH IS
: GIVEN BIG "BOOST"
Denver and lio Grande Irrigation Folder De
votes Liberal Space to Description of
the Price reiver Valley.
The Twentieth National Irrigation
MingrtM Is tbe title of a hnnd
iotn lllnHtrntetl folder Jimt ImupiI
I by the MngHr ilojHirttnont of tho
Icner and Itlo Grande The little
book, which In detoted oxcliile1y
I to the IndUfttrtM of Utah, contnltM
tlilrty-lhreo clear pictured of plactMi
of Interest throughout tho atate.
The Industries of all parts of tho
state are shown to ndvnntaRC, nnd
tho folder should bo an Inccntlvo to
tho homesookcr to visit tho Inter
mountaln country. Facts concern
ing the Irrigation congress nro given,
and tho rontons net forth why Salt
Ixiko City U tho Ideal placo for tho
congress. Tho pictures and dcBcrlp
tlvo matter In tho booklet nro In
structive to thoso not familiar with
tho now projects and tho wonderful
opportunities and dovolopmcnts thnt
aro going on In tho state. A consid
erable portion of tho folder Is do
voted to Hnstorn Utah and particu
larly Prlco Hirer Valley. It say's:
l'rlco Itlwr PnJct.
"Tho character of tho men behind
this project Is a guarantee of Its
excellence. Tho plant Is Ideal, and
tho ncreago situation alt that could
bo desired. Tho twenty thousnnd
acres to bo reclaimed Ho In a s?ml
ctrclo undor tho main canal nnd nro
sheltered by hills that would bo
called mountains In New Hngland.
Theio lands slopo just enough to
tho Miutli nnd vast to mnko tho dis
tribution of water by gratify easy
and economical. Perfect dmlnngo
Is aimunU by tho trend of tho sur
face towards tho Price river, whloh
( flows through tho center of the
''Tho Irrigation works nro com
pleted to tho point of water distr
ibution, and hae cost so far nix
hundred thousand dollars. They
'consist of n main onnnl twonty-ouo
miles long, which receives tho water
from a diversion dam across tho
Prlco river three miles from tho
town of Helper. Tho river. supply
may bo augmented from u storage
reservoir formed by a great dam be
tween tho rook walls of tho can) on.
This reservoir Is located In (loose
berry Valley, and when finished will
,hnvo cost ISIC.OOO, ami havn a on
ipaclty of 21, COO acre-feet. Tho cannl
' nnd diversion dam aro both com
pleted. Tho diversion dam cost
$13,000 and Is of massive concreto
construction, carried upon a foun
dation laid sixteen feet below the
bod of tho river.
"Its strength and capacity wero
recently tested by a cloudburst,
which sent twelve thousnnd second
feet of wator Into tho dam without
causing tho slightest damage. Kvory
soil and climatic condition needful
to tho fruitgrower and tho farmer
are present In this locality. Tho holt
Is from ton to forty feet In depth,
land Its fertility has been demon
strated at various places around
about. Tho lands under reclamation
llo along tho Denver and Itlo (Iraude
near the town of Prlco, the county
sent of Carbon county, and tho main
dlilrlbutliiK iolnl for a largo tribu
tary region. Tho co.il Industry ur
( rounding Prlco affords tho best
possible markets for nil produots of
. tho soil.
I "Tho topography of the Prlco
river region and of tho Grand Itlver
Valley In Colorado aro so similar
that ono may bo said to bo an ex
tension of tho other. Tho altitudes
aro about tho samo, but In tho
coxiH'urou .1. IAI,V
nitoi'H ni.wn i.v tun
J. Daly, a passenger conductor
on the Donver nnd Itlo Grande,
dropped dead wlillo at his work on
the first MHStlon of No, 0, Wednes
day afternoon of Inst weok, just as
tho train was leading Green Illvor.
Ills death was apparently causod by
Ho waa about 30 oars of age
and had boon n pnssonger conductor
for tho Donver and Itlo Grando for
tho past fifteen years. For tho past
flvo months ho had filled tho posi
tion of trainmaster for tho com
pany, with hoadquartors In Salt
Jjike City, and had Just resumed his
work as conductor. Ho camo to
tho Gould lines from Montana and
llvod nt Ogden, whoro his widow
Tho body was taken to Ogden,
whero tho funeral occurred last Fri
day. Deceased was well known lo
onlly and was popular nllko with tho
traveling public nnd employes of tho
TO MOTIIKIIS AXI) OT1IKH.H.
You can uso Ilucklon's Arnica
Salvo to euro chlldron of eczema,
rnshos, totter, chafing, soaly and
crusted humors, as yoll aa tholr ac
cidental Injuries cuts, burns, brui
ses, etc., with porfoct safoty. No
thing olso heals so quickly. For
boll, ulcor. old, running or fovor
sorca or piles It has no oqual; 25 '
cant at all dealers.
Prlco region th.. rigors of wlnt,r
nro tempered l. the Hook Cliffs
nnd tho high pln'eatis around About,
and an open avonue to the south
pormlta tho enirnnre of warm utr
ronts which prohibit In great jna
uro tho late spring and early
autumn frosts, which hao at times
beon dangerous to fruit Int6rests In
various parts of tho counrty.
Boll of Itnxleni t'lnli.
"Tho eoll of Kastern Utah Is un
usually rich and In many places Is
forty foot In depth The geologtenl
story Is that the valle)s and pla
teaus onco measured the depths of
a prehistoric sea, and the fertility
of tho land Is attributed to tho silt
and phosphates deposited by the
ancient waters Ono primordial day
thoso waters broko through their
southern boundary nnd rushed nway
to tlm Paolflc, wearing out on their
way that greatest gash In tho earth
tho Grand Can) on of tho Colo
radoand leaving behind them tho
nntun.1 bridges, deep gorges nnd
monoliths of stono that mnko South
eastern Utah tho topographical won
derland of America."
llnitont Utah ItrfiiKve (.lull I'lto
TnuiNirtnllon IViitii Texnx.
Discouraged because they cannot
return to their homes In Mexico,
these Mormons linvo beon given
transportation by tho government
for Utah points from HI Paso:
Park City T. II. Heed, Kllxnbcth
Hay no, Amanda Tonney, Mlshnch
Tcnney, David Tonney, Held Ton
noy. Mllford Anno T. Croft, Mead
Croft, HenjAinln I.. Croft, Loralno
Croft, Dutch Croft, Hnnna Croft.
Ka)svllle- Klleu Gnlbrnlth, V.
Galhralth, Jano II. Galbralth, Honald
Galbralth, Grant Galbralth, Mattlo
Galbralth, Pratt Galbrnlth, I.lly Gal
hralth. I.und Amy Mortunsoii, Hurulco
MortMiqa, It. Moftensen, Archto
Mortensen, Udell Mortenson, S. I.u
Ball Uko City Adelbert Talor,
l.uclllo Tiijlor, Seeretta llurber,
William Merrill, l.oulsn Abegg,
Hlchard Abegg, Willis Abegg, W.I).
Laws, Mary Iiws.
Iwlston Ael)im Savllle, .Cad
die Tellford, Avellna Tellfonl.
Proio Hlla Hurst, Morgan Hurst,
Paul Hurst, Vera Hurst.
Price Jonnlo Mortcmmii, Julius
Mortensen, Jnue Mortensen.
Illchfleld Hue lAimmon, Lola
I.etmuon, Iah Immoii, Sarah I.oni
mon, Tessa I.eintuon, Alice Hlchlns,
Vera Hlchlns, I.. Hlchlns, W. II.
I.UWS, Jonnlo l.nws, Jennlo Howley,
I,. J, Howley, Jr., Kdwnrd Galbralth,
William Galbralth, Kdward Payne.-
Thompson Amelln Jameson, Al
exander Jameson, Milton Jnmeson.
Marysvnle May lrlnml.
I'IjiIi (inilriii'(l(iii :)iiiniii) (,'etlliiK
I ItiiNy In liiN,ni I'tnli,
Preparatory to tho construction
of tho proponed Utah Coal railway
line from tle Hmery county fuel
zone to tho transcontinental dis
tributing lino of the Donver nnd
Itlo Grando or Halt I.ako Houte, tho
Utah Construction company Is now
building coal and railway yards at
HUck Hawk and Mohrlnnd, which
are tho content of tho fuel region.
The construction company Is ship
ping building equipment to both
points, whoro wimps aro being es
tablished. At tho offlco of William
Ashton, manager of tho Utah Conl
Hallway company, last weok It was
declared that from ton thousnnd to
twelve thousand dollars was being
spent monthly on surveys for tho
proposed road, but thnt Its courso
had not yet boon definitely .deeldod
motiihu of i:kjhti:i:.v
"I am tho mother of olghtoen chil
dren nnd havo tho pralso of doing
moro work than any young woman
In town," writes Mrs. C. J. Martin,
Hoone Mill, Vn., "I suffered for five
years with stomach troublo and
could not eat as much as a biscuit
without sufforlng. I have takon
three bottles of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets and am now
a woll woman nnd weigh 108
pounds. I en u oat anything I want
to and as much as I want nnd feel
bolter than I havo nt any tlmo in
flvo years. I refor to anyone in
lloone Mill or vlolnlty and they will
touch for what I say." Chamber
lain's Tablets aro for salo by all
Kmbroldory floss, D, M. & C. cot
ton and nil kinds of silk at Mis
IfiT-l 'I'll i'J ''J'l''l'iiutJJll'','l'Jr WM
11 A Plain Statement of I H C Wagon Value j tm
U OOM IS farmer saves money every tuns nn I IB
nil jj I II C waRon is Bold. Not because it costs 1 9
M less money to begin with, but because- of ! O,
HI tho lanuth of service it gives, nn I II C wngon I IB
l is the cheapest wagon you can buy. The longer j 1H
II a wagon lasts tho cheaper it is. Thnt is why 4 M
it is economy to buy the best wagon one that 1 1
II will outlast nny ordinary wagon. When you 1 1 m
E buy an I II C wagon 1 II
1 Weber New Bettendorf Steel King E II
ou invest in awngon built of thehighest grade 1 B
H material uhich experience nnd cm e can select 1 B
or money can buy; built in the most thorough, I Bit
painstaking manner, by skilled workmen, in 1 tBAi
E factories which havo inodern appliances for I oB
fi doing work of the highest standard at tho Q jB
m lowest possiblo cost. Tho conditions under I B
which I II C wagons arc built aro nearly ideal. 1 HK
All lumber used is nlrnlncd in shells with I Wm
m concreto floors. This insures toughness nnd I iHB
resiliency. All metal parts nro made of espcci- n I IB
ally prepared steel, guaranteeing tho longest U fll
service. Each wagon undtrgocs (our inspec- E Bl
tions before beinR shipped so that it reaches I BB
the purchaser in first class condition, ready to I jBI
bo put to work at once and able to carry any U illsB
reasonable load over any road whero a wagon I iffjl
I should go. I llBV
Weber wagons havo wood gears. New Uctten- H IBjiMr
dorf and Steel King havo steel gears. The I BBj
I II C local dealer knows which wagon is best H rYB
suited to your work, will toll you why, and will I ' r h
sell you that one. When you sco him havo I VH
him show you all the good points of I II C I 4JH
wagons. You can get literature from him, or, I iBsl
write I HiB
International Harvester Company of America j ittn.
(tncouorstedl j luHLl
Salt Lnko City Utah Mm , BB
. The purpoffl nt this llurrsu If to furntih, free (2MK , HII
of elmrio in sll, Uio licit Information olilslrutila - jmrjfh ' MBHI
mi Ixllar Urmlnj It jrou luvs stir wnrlliy qtiPf MmUfl uJHIH
llont concrrnln soils, crept, uinl dralnate. irrl- MkWTt trVIH
satlon, lfrilllier.tc.makoyourlnqulrlrinclflc wmml IJKfJ
ml rml ihcm lo I II. Chtfc llutciu. lUrvetisr isW l lUaH
UuJIdlncCliicsco, USA Jffis. rfssH
Tho Utah Agrlculfurnl College,
at Logan, begins Its twonty-third
yoar of sorvlco on Tuoslny, Scptom
bor 24, 1013. Courses in Agricul
ture Homo Economics, Agricultural
Hnglneerlng, Commorce, aonornl 8c I
onco, and Mechanlo Arts,
notici: von pummcatio.v.
(Publisher). Department of tho In
terior, U. K. Land Offlco at Silt
Uiku City, Utah, July .10, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that George
C. Lovorldgo of l.ohl. Utah, who, on
March 1, lllll, mndo Desert iJind
Kntry, Serial No, 07377, for HWV.,
Sc. 12, SlUt HKU, See. 11, NK "4
NK',i, Hoc. H, and WV4 NWVi, Sec.
13, Twp. 10 South, Hango 10 Hast,
Salt Lake meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make
final proof, to establish claim to
tho land uhovo described, before
tho reglnter and receUer, U. H,
land offlco at Salt Lake City, Utah,
on tho 23d dny of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses John
C. Wheolon of Garland, Utah,
George A. Smith of Salt Lake City,
Utah, Ocorgo Austin of Ball Lako
City, Utah, T. George Wood of Kail iSwB
l.ake City, Utah. K. D. It. THOMI'- HQM
SON, Heglster. flUrll
First pub. Sept. 13; last Oct. 17,, 'BIB
4-318 b. iBU
notici: rou puih.icatio.v. yffl
(Publisher) I)euirtuient of tlm In- BH
(erlor, U. H. Land Offlco at Salt )M
Lake City, Utah, Ailgust 28, 1912. L'flfll
Notice Is hereby given thnt Moses fflrW
Tucker of Clowiland, Utah, who, on IsBfEI
Mnrch 211, 1907, mndo Homostoad , Rfl
Kntry (Serial 02430), No. 10081, H
for Ni Ni:U, Sec. 19, NWJ1 aHH
NW',i. Sec. 20, 8WU HWU. Sec flffl
17, Twp. 10 South, Hango 10 Hast, 9Hh
Salt U'iko meridian, has filed notice tiUiiU
of Intention lo make final throe-' Hwi
year proof, to establish claim to tho BHaV
land aboro described, boforo Wll , JjBlw
Ham Howard, United States com . IisW
mlsslonor, nt Huntington, Utah, on jIkU
tho 23d day or October, 1912. JHu
Claimant names as witnesses Doll B
It. Larson, Wlllard Nielsen, John 12. IBn
Ward and Hobert Whltohead, all of HHBl
Clovoland, Utah. K. I), H. TIIOMP- BH
SON, Hoglstor. nJA
First pub. Sept, C; last Oct 10, '12. Bsffi
i S GRAND; I
m,V FailandWinter I S
I Millinery! I
I Wednesday, Sept. 18th J lM
J A special invitation to the ladies of Price and surrounding X IIS a
4- towns to visit my store on that date at which time I will dis- B .'
play the latest creations In Fall and Winter Millinery, esped- mm V 1
4- ally selected direct from Eastern markets. ' - f B K
I- a BESSIE KENNEDY I li
. NIXT TO THi; GOU)IJ.V UULB t ??fflSl
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