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V I THE ADVOCATE I'UIU.lHllINd CO., Price, Utah.
H TIU'IIHDAI, (XT. i, lllll!.
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K POH PRESIDENT.
, Mm llowd Toll
V k POIl VICE PIIKHIDENT.
B James SchooIcraH Stoi
H ItKPUIIMUA.V HTATi: TICK ITT.
fB, WILLIAM BPRY
B . Representative In Congress-
H JOSEPH HOWELL
fFM JACOI) JOHNSON
SpBJ Juitlco of Supremo Court
FFM . J. E. FEICIC
H Secrotary of Btato
Bl DAVID MATTSON
JESSE D. JEWKEB
FFM ; LINCOLN J KELLY
FFjB ' Bupl. of l'ubllo Instruction
FFK A. 0. NELSON
FFB I Attorney Oenoral
FFM L A. It. 1IARNES
FFH ' Presidential Electors
FFS MAIlOAIlirr ZANB WITCHEIt
FFA i J. N. DAVIS
FH A. D. WOOLLEY
FFM EPHIIAIM HOMEU
ft SEVENTH JUDICIAL TICKET
B District Judgo
FFM A. II. OHtUSTENSON
, District Attornoy
FFM ' JAMES W. CHEKIIY
B KKPUIIMCAN COUNTY TICK1JT
W. J. ELWOOD
CommUsloncr, Four-Yoar Term
W ' I OHHia K. JENHEN
BBS Tjf of Clear Crook.
BBS 1 Commissioner, Two-Yoar Term
BBS' UOIIEHT WILLIAMS, Bit.,
BBS of Bunnysldo.
BBB County Clork
BBS C. A. PIEllSON
BBS of Hunnyaldo.
BBB County Recorder
BBB JOSIU FITZGERALD
BBSl i For Treasurer
BBS; C, II. CODY
BBBf j Helper.
BSB Bupt. of Schools
BBS OAHL It. MAUOUSEN,
BBS 1 County Attornoy
BBS c- u MoWIUNNEY
BBS k riioMAs uuitau
BBS of Kenllwortli,
BBS aUOUUE COLL1NUHAM
BBS of BunnvHldo,
BBS W. N. WET7.IIL
BBB Castlo Onto.
BBB ' Thoro nro those who sny tho
BBB world contains no such tiling a Jus-
BSBj! ttco, but wo liuvo oon enough luon
BSSk fall Into tho holos that they dug
BBBJr for othora Hint o know butter.
BBBjl Wo luto notlcod this about our
BBBB roador. If somoono roasts us and
BBSS wo 'iut " '" "lo i,aiK,r tu u" rtHi'1
BBB It with dollght. Hut whon he
BBBBf praise us and a uro vain enough
BBB lo put It In, thou thoy all turn up
BBBBf tholr nosod and act borod.
BBB Herbert Knox Smith is tho niimo
BBS' of tho progresshe party'H nominee
BBBf for governor of Connecticut. If ho
BBBt could ho sura of tho support of tho
BBBJ t rest of tho Smith family In that
BBBf state what on advantage ho woulU
BBBt bave over tho other candidates)
BBBt la a man ontltlod to any credit
BBS for fulling to practlco some lco
BflBBf I Hint U dlsagrocablo to Mm? Por J
BflBBt i example, suppose you happen to j
BBBB loatho all sorts of Intoxicants, does I
BBSS ! It Indicate any particular strenpth I
BflBBt j of oharaator for jou to let thorn
ExporlmonUi hnu shown thnt mi-'
Bflflfljj loss thero Is an unusually largo
B amount or dust In suspension In the.
Hl nlr ienltlon does not take place
BBBBJj from a naked flame. Dust oxplo-
BBBBj alons aro tho result of violent com-
BBBB prosslonB simultaneously with tho
production of n largo flaming area
by tho oxploslon of a ehargo.
Although noloworlhy progress lias
been inn do In tho substitution of
modern retort oven practice for tho
wastoful and what should bo ob so
ldo btchtvo or partial combustion
method In tho United States, this
country Is still much behind Euro
pean countries In this regard. In
Ilolglum and In Germany, two of
tho principal coko making countries
of continental Europe, bcehlro ovens
havo long since been abandoned,
nnd all of tho coko Is mada In ro
torts with or without recovery of
bypioducts When tho byproducU
nro not rocovorcd the oven gases In
oxoess of tho quantity required for
tho boating of tho ovens nro used in
tho power houses. Tho quantity of
power derivable from each ovon
vnrlcs from fifteen to twenty horso
power por hour. Tho ylold of coal
In coko In rotort ovens exceeds that
obtained In beehive or other partial
combustion ovomt by about 1C por
cent, and generally tho quality of
tho coko Is Improved.
THE KANSAS CITY
DIE KK IRE
Correspondence Tho Advocate,
KANSAS CITY, Mo Sept. 28.
Catllo received hero this woek, 73,
400, last wook 74,600, sumo week
last year 7C.000 licixd. Prlmo cat
tle and butcher grados have sold
strong this week, tint nattvo grass
steer nnd stocker and feeders nro
ton to lwciit).flvo conts lower for
tho week. Country demand Is very
heavy, but tho extra large numbors
ofnollvo grussors being put for
ward enables buyers of killing cat
tle to boar down n llttlo on that ac
count. Quarantine cattlo )iao sold
steady this week Quality In thnt
division has been lacking, and most
of tho steers were In tho butcher
class, tho grade Unit was short In
the nntlvo division, honco they mot
a good demand Prlmo slier sold
at 10 00 for tops this weok, high
est on record hero. Kansas pasture
steers sold free!) nt f 0 00 to 18 35,
and prlmo fed Westerns brought
110.10 on several different dn)H.
Stock steers range from M GO to
$7. fit, feeders $5.00 to I7.3S Colo
rado steers sold to feeder buyers
at $0.30 to fO DO and to killers at
J5.80 this woek. Liberal receipts
are expected next weok, and for a
few weeks ahead, account of frosts
this weok In Kansas and Missouri.
Sheep received hero this week
08,700'lsst week C4.800, samo weok
Inst year 48,200 head Prices nro
thirty cents lower than a weok ago
on top lnuihs, though feeding Block
Is not much changed, lambs selling
around 0.2C Houty wethers sold
nt $4 1C Hits week, twenty cents
under Inst week
ItugWtrntlon dajs nro October
8th. 9th, ISth, 20th and 30th
leather throughout. Comfortabt
,ood appearencc guaranteed
For The Miner,
For The Farmer,
For The Laborer,
i For The Mechanl
3 Made especially f
Ufc the man whose wot
SRBJrBBk demands strong, se
BBPRi vlceable shoes the
JJJJr navc no superolr.
e, don't rip, give (ijfSwjfk
A I rO? JcTTn t E R 6 sts
I - S strttrT-
Rsynolds In Perttsnd Orsgenlsn.
Did )oii eer Imvo n crisis In jimr llfo?
Were juti ctcr fnen to fnrn with (IntiKer? Anil linvu you not,
nt ihmiio time, felt tlio nixrcwilty fur pminpt nnd wIkc decision? A
ihtIous cri'U now eUt In the llfo of tlio nation.
Over n land Mlilcli Ium dm eloped tremendously under tho hum
nlilno of gixxl Kiivcrinnctit nnd incrlty, n shallow lintiK tixlny.
It Is the nhnilow of n democratic niltnlnbitnitiiin.
Anil n ilemocnicy In I HIM meant liUHlniTKi ileprrwlon, mtnntloii
of oinflduico mill credit, million of Idle worklngmeii nnd low
prior for the iriMlurtn of tlio fsnm r, w demicrncy In IIMil would
menu n netltloik of tliiwm ,llMrrlnK tlmeM.
Not only In pnHHiity mcunreil, hut ronsllttitlnnnl (cneninicnt
our mIm, Klnlilo nnd surerfisful )lnn of JHipulnr niirrwntnllon
Is tlireaiti mil by nullrnt, fnntntlc nnd untrll tlicorlc nilvnnreil b)
In not thU n ctioU lit our liUtury? Why nllnw (lit rvpiihllrnii
pnrl), ttlli ItH spleudlil nrcont of pnigreniilto laws nnd ntlltitnntinl
nrhleiemrnt, lo Ito defmtcil In urdir to gratify nelfMi ruu-ngo nnd
Why nllnw tho npubllrnti imrty, whlrli liiw dcteIoKiI tlio inn
Urlnl IndiiNtrleN of HiIn rouiitr iiiiiIit tlio protective sj stem, to bo
surnitlril li n Nrty which lin n reeonl of illnter under fnv
It In it rrlnU for tint fnnnerr nliti iIimh nut wnnt liniil tlmeN to
ronio ngnlnt for tint workliigmnii, who dor not wnnt to nuk for
limit! for tlio tiiMlneM mini, who Miffir In n xrloil of ciniiincr.
You ran men the cHkIn. Cim jou henltnte nn lo jour ilirMon?
PRESIDENT JOSEPH FSMTtH Off
PRESIDENT WiLUAM HOWARD TAFT
Tho lending editorial In tho car
rent (October, 1013) number of tho
Improvement Kra Is a signed edi
torial by President Joseph K, Smith
of tho Church of J us us Christ of
Latter-day Saints. Tho Advocato
reproduce It herewith
Tlio Pntildtnlliil KlirlJi.n.
Tho forthcoming presidential elec
tion U onu of profound Importance,
and opens (o the student a wide
Hold for tho study or applied poli
tical economy, ns well as for lead
ing social iiuestlona that aro before
tho nation to bo solved.
No reasonable cltlxen who has
Investigated tho political situation,
with a view to learning thu true
status of tho claims sot forth by the
various political parties, can In any
May jmtly find fault with tho pres
old administration. President Wil
liam II Taft has met the just needs
of the people nnd tho economic de
luiinds of tho country with stead
fastness and wisdom In thu treat
ment of tlio great questions that
havo como before tho nation, hit has
risen to the occuslou and applied1
such eonsurvntlve legal remedies as
huvo won him Iruu nil ml ml Inn fr,i...
patriotic cltlxens or all parties.
The extremely delicate Hltuntlon
with Muxlco has been handled bj I
him In a wa lo establish confidence
In his ability, and notwithstanding I
tho criticism of his action In this !
yunttor and In that of tho Central
merloan republics, time will doubt
ess prowt thui his policy Is best
dost people do not undorstnnd what
intervention In Mexico would have
meant when It was most advocated.
American colonists In large num
bers wore distributed over various'
scattered sections of that country
and had not tho situation been Jian'l
died an carefully as It was, war
would Inevitably lmvo been the r-l
suit, War would havo meant the
destruction of railways and perhups'
tho massacre of many Americans In I
tho Interior. It would tnko a long
tlmo for soldiers to reach points'
where the) could bo a protection to I
the colonists, In view of tho great I
stretches of cruel desert which
would have to bo travorwd. The
recognition of tho rebels, beldM
making war almost Inevitable, wouM
have given thorn n logal standing
At present thoy nro looked upon as
mere cltlxens In arms, nnd tho Mex.
Ran government may bo held re
Jtonslulo for their depredations
illicit might not have been Uie case'
h! thoy been rocognlwid. Kveri
thlng considered, tho ndinlnlutrntlon
has dealt properly with this very
Idellcate situation. Tho colonists
iSBjsMf3c-ygs&af . . rr'.r.-'a --
who wero driven out wore well
treated by our government, being
provided In their extremity In great
kindness, with food and moans.
Tho only chnrgo of any conse
nuonco that (ho opponents of Presi
dent Taft bring against him Is that
hu has been nnd Is n tool of tho
"Interests," which means, doubtless,
thnt ho unduly favors "big Inter
ests" or trusls. Ills administration
has proved tho contrary, nnd Uio
enreful student will rind that he has
done ns much to regulate tho trusta
m was over dono by any other In
cumbent of tho presidential chair,
and ho has dono It legally. Ho be
lieves strictly In tho Judicial appli
cation of tho Inw In these cases, and
us firmly us nnono In tlio need of
Just and fair laws to deal with this
Important question. It Is u por
plexlng problem, which not even the
oxporU know Just how to handle,
and which cannot be solved by n
moro change of presidents. 1'rcsl
dent Taft believes In finding out
what U necessary, and then In np
ipljlng the law us u remod) with
out resort lo unconstitutional meanr,
to law Icihiihhmi nnd nnnrch) This
has been his pollc, nnd what he
hns accomplished has been effective
without being revolutloimr) and 11
At no tlmo hns tho country been
moro prosperous thnn now, and ns
fur ns politics may nffoot prosperity,
tho peoplo of tho country have no
oconslon to complain nt thu iidmln
Istrutlon, on this mutter So that,
on tho wholo, whatever may happen
through tho elections In Novomber
whatever may bo tho final outcomo'
of tho pooplo's choice, It Is clear
that Presldont William H. Taft has
mndo a good presldont, nnd his ad
ministration hns been a succoss
Should tho peoplo call him once
onco aguln to tho presidential chair
It U not likely thnt they will regret
It, but, on tho contrnry, will find
tholr action wise, senslblo nnd
JOSKPII. K. SMITH.
Oil HOMO DYHPIJPNIA.
, Tho following unsolkltatotl testl
montnl should cortalnly bo suffi
cient to glvo hopo and courago to
poreons afflicted with chronic dys
popsla: "I havo boon a chronic djs
peptlc for joars, and of all tho
medicines I havo takon, Chambor
laln'a Stomach and Liver Tablots
hnvo dono mo moro good thun any
thing else," nays W. O. Mattlson, 7
Sherman atreot, Uornollsvlllo, N.Y.
Sold by nil dealors. ,
Advocato Want Ads Gtt Henulu,
The Sewing Chair..,,
We have Elegant Furniture for the
parlor, bedroom, dining room, and
all the uses of the home, chief among
which are the much needed and ap.
preciated Sewing Chairs.
They Are Convenient,
Made in any wood you wish, in sev.
eral styles, and sold at prices that
1 make them a pleasure.
Opposite Postoffice prce n
A TIN CAN CONTEST.
Beyi' City Ossuttful Club of Columbia,
8. &, Dost Good Work.
In Columbia, S. C. tho Hoys' City
Henutlful club has been organized by
T. Keith Lcgnrc, assistant city cngl
nccr, who serves ns director of tho club,
and Its energies have been put to
practical uio lu n number of ways
looking to a general betterment of the
nppenrnnco and condition of the city.
During tho curly summer tho members
engaged lu a tin can contest, three
prizes having been offered lo tho boys
who collected tho greatest number of
tin can from tlio lots, rtrctts nnd otli
er places which hud been rendered un
sightly by them During this time the
boys gathered 2I.&70 runs, which were
deposited by them In piles nt specified
poInU, from which they wcro hnulcd
nvray by tho henlth department and
burled where files nnd mosquitoes can
not find them. Tho prizes awarded
wore 123, $10 and two prizes of 3
each, the first prize being won by the
collector of fM07 can nnd tho fourth
prlxo for -1,082 cans.
Tho total cost of cleaning tho city ol
theso unsightly objects probably did
not much exceed 7S, nnd It Is doubtful
whether a slmllnr amount hss ever
U'cn spent by the city to greater ad
vnntiiKo In addition to this, It Is to lie
presumed that the Iwys havo liccomc
tlioroiiglil Imbued with an npprecln
Hon of the undeMrnblllty of tho un
alghtllness occasioned by discarded tin
cans and slmllnr rubbish.
8... i!',!"!0? dnja nro 0dober
8"i. Oth, icth, 29th nnd nuth
A MAUVKLOIH KSCIIT.
"My llttlo boy had a aim
escape," writes P. V. HuOt
Prlnco Albert, Capo of OoodB.
"It occurred In tho talddl tf
night. Ho got a very stTen is
of croup. As luck would b
I had n largo bottlo of Chi
laln'a Cough Remedy In tt, U
After following tho dlrectkute
hour nnd twenty minute In
through nil Manger" 8oJ4 k,
My now goods havo arrttdt
can aupply you with most uri
In tho furnlturo line. Ttv
hnnd stock will bo placed tltli
row days. Sumner, next to U
Dr. P. p. Amo, tho dwtlO
oponod modorn and sanitary (&
orer tho Ooldon Ilulo stor. h
era equipment. All Isttrus
Sofa pillows, dresser KirfU
towols for ombroldorlng it
School auppllos. AdroctU re
llshlng Co , Price, Utnh.
PIHIJ, PLATI3 (IiaSH AM)W
HHAIi KSTATK AND M)Oij
Paint Your Own
You can do it yourself and at little expense. It's euy
to give it a beautiful, hard, brilliant, varnish-fil03
finish in black or rich appropriate colors. '
CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's) j
is made especially to KiVc to buggies, carriages and
vehicles of all kinds, a tough, durable, glossy finish tW
wiinookwcll and wear well. An ideal finish for settee (
ffijjjfa flower stands, porch furniture, garden
mEBSm t00,s and all surfaces that must with
yjJjgMj stand exposure and hard usage. Re
- , to brush on and the label tells how.
J- C. Weeter Lumber Co., Price, W
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