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title: 'Eastern Utah advocate. (Price, Utah) 1895-1915, October 03, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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r - XIII. IMSTKIIN UTAH ADVOCATE, THVIWDAY, 0T. il fill" iiiaaBHaH
L T -- - - '- l' ''' ""- l'AGK F1VK. taaLUaaH
K Every man, woman nnd child
Bought to snvo It safeguards
j-our future, necuros lndopon-(K-.x)
nnd paves tho way to sue
B Tlio person who cannot, docs
not and will not nave, money,
cannot nnd will not do nny
Bthlng olio worth whllo.
B Wo pay 4 per cont Interest
Bon savings nccounU nnd 4 per
Bcont on tlmo deposits.
B $1.00 vIU start a savings nc
Bcount here. fTodny Is tlio day
Bo begin to.ua to and right hero,
Bfflth us, Is tho sa(o plnco to
ftut your savings.
Bee Commercial &
1 fi ii Telephone
Ht, let our manner call nnd
B)ic matter over with jou nnd
iB our rnlc nnd service.
,H trp nnd (Into tmrcil In ono
jH sro mirth tlio price of n
B:u utaii ti:m:iiiom: co.
B Central Office, Upstairs,
rner Main nnd Ninth Bts.
H j. m:x MiiiiiKn,
hM Miles Ilulldlng
""toUiliig linndlcil lint tlio ('.
r beat or
JHi.vi: ()I,I WIIIHKKVS 5
""".ASTKHN Ili:i:ilH nnd !
i:v WUST CIOA1LS.
rjkVcM )rnr old Cedar Urook
Birboii nnd eight jenr old
pint Vcniou Hjro sen cl ex-
si ''f'y ncr this lmr.
JP altaro of tlio patronage J
'tlio public sollcltod. Phono 5
ami no ulll deliver tlio ,'
IlARLES AVERILL jj
Cents JVr I.liio Iich Usui'.
SU Words to tlio I.lno. No
wnnii ! Tlinn Twcnty-
Wt:a ,"llB " plowliiR forty
m of raw land two and n hnlf
m from l'rlco. Adilreu J. I
KD-Tu contract for Uouty-
6unilrcd to threo thousand
iSjm c?aar ''0t8 for fencing. U.
;l Wfockctt & Co.
K? TO lu:.NT Sovonty-flvo
"UDilrca ncros, good ploco of
gt far from l'rlco.' Appll
, address Poatofflce Hox
or call nt Parthenon pool
im Sept. 20tt
i ffVE. Wtty-tlvo ncros of
Hid 'nd all undor culUvatlon
hit rSH1.wntor r,B,lt nDj a
7? colonlea of hoes In good
'CJ, ii v ct Addros-j Alfrod
'C ' VVernal, Utah.
k '; TfTsTUDBNTS-TJioso at-
itn iV h0 Carbon County High
. Y "wo a roal homo for
ld hm.0, APP'y now '" rooms
h. e tho utt for tho low-
we. propor chaporonngo.
"". Magdlol, Box 14, Prlco,
II i'VJS? Aaya nro Octobor
J' ", 89th and 30th.
edTTnJ'i'!!v nna, qUa" Maon otn
moJhy m W'" lSt f0r ono
oi.1LCv,Uu,.W.1 to lMM ln
1 lonsant In that state.
My goods Iwve arrived, i wi
have ,ny opsnlng ,,.y Mwi.Uy, Oet
bsr 7ih. Mrs. ,. A. ukll
The Denver and ttlo dniml ware
house and water tmik are receiving
a fresh cost of paint this week.
i W' A jHnieon opened up lite
lenient dancing aeadomy In tho cast
room of the KltiRcrald building
Tuesday night. h
Clydo Jones has commenced tho
erection of a modern flvc-r.oom
frame duelling on tlio lot to tho
north of Ills present residence.
When you go to tho picture show
Sunday night step up to Sumner's
now furniture store and mjo tho
beautiful display of fancy work In
Tho Prlco band of twenty-four
Pieces left 8undny morning for Salt
Iako City where they took a prom
Inont part In furnishing music for
tho Irrigation congress and parade.
C. II. Hums, representing Armour
Co., was In Prlco this weok call
ing on tho merchants In the Inter
est of tho abovo firm nnd whllo
hero visited his mother nnd sister.
Miss Augusta Walsh loaves to
night for Salt Lako City with two of
hor music pupils, llculah West nnd
Tholma Ilerglund, where tho young
ladle will play nt tho Utah Conser
vatory of Music, Saturday.
Cuba has yet to learn tho propor
wny of maintaining pcaco and pros
porlty. A country rich In revenue,
It Is, through n wasteful squander
ing of Its resources, on tho vorgo of
bankruptcy. Tho "Pearl of tho An
Miles" Is not adding to Its lustre.
Word received from Salt Lako
City yesterday n to tho effect that
tho Prlco bnnd had received first
honors In n contest between state
bands there yistrrdny. Details of
tho contest were unnble lo bo had,
A. llowtnnn, manager for tho Utah
Conatructlon company who Is doing
tho railroad work nt lllack Hawk,
was a Prlco visitor Saturday. Dow
man Informs Tho Advocato that
work Is progressing vory satisfac
torily nt Ulack Hawk, but ho could
uso moro men on tho work there.
Irvlno Wolf, tho llttlo son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Joseph Wolf of Price, wns
Inken by Dr. Sorensen to (Irand
Junction Sundny night, suffering
from n severe case of appendicitis.
Monday, Dr. Soreuson, nislstod by
Drs.'Snndnll and Kleldcnbergor per
formed n successful oporntlon on
tho llttlo follow nt St. Mary'n Hos
pital. Tio latest report from there
say tho patient Is getting along
Ueorgo Melss has spout tho last
woek horo gutting tho old Ico plant,
which Is to bo replaced with a lar
gor and bettor one next year, ready
for shtpmont to Prlco, Tho oijulp
mont will probably prove ndonuato
to thu needs of that city for n year
or two at least. Melss will run It.
The parties nt Prlco could not have
secured a better or moro compotont
man to handle- tho machinery.
a roon Illver Dispatch.
Two Italians, Tom Pcssetto and
Paul Arblson, who were out under
bonds, chnrgod with cutting nnothor
Itnllan at Castlo Unto on Labor
Day, were brought down from Hia
watha yesterday by Deputy McDer
mald and lodged In Jail. Word com
ing to Sheriff Kvltcr from tho phy
sician at Castlo Gate that tho vic
tim of tho cutting affray was not
expected to live, It wns considered
ndvlsnblo to lock thorn up.
Nnncy Nash, tho llttlo 4-yoar-old
daughter of Engineer Oeorgo Nash
of 0 roon Itlvor, was lost till morn
ing from IU parents for threo hours.
Tho llttlo ono was found by Mrs. II,
J. Snyder, who took tho llttlo ono
Into hor homo nnd kept telephoning
until alio got In touch with tho
frnntlc parents, who quickly camo
and got tholr lost treasure. They
wore thankful to .Mrs. Snyder for
hor kindness, Grand Junction Sen
Mnrrlago licenses havo boon ls
Buod to tho following by tho county
clerk and recorder during tho past
wook: Potor Alollo and .Mary Had
don, Hlack Hawk; Jamoa Nelson
and Isabella derrick, Wlntor Quar
ters; Oeorgo Wllford Swoot nnd Kl
sto .Marshall, Wellington; Both V.
Marshall and Vlda Klmlra ltlch of
Wellington j Hay D. Coloman, Salt
Lnko City, nnd Krma Haws, Provo;
John Morgan Trurabo, droud Junc
tion, nnd Loona Wlmdford, Pnonla,
PUTS HXI TO HAD HAHIl"."
Things novor look bright to ono
with "tho blues." Ton tr ono tlio
troublo U a sluggish llvor, filling
tho Bystom with bilious poison, that
Dr. King's Now Life Pills would ox
pol. Try I hem. Lot tho oy of
bettor feollngs end "tho ...ues.
Dost for Btoraach, liver and kid
neys. Twonty-flve cents. AH dealers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Abelln left
Inst week for Hmery to rcmnln.
-D. A. Parsons was a Salt Lako
City visitor tho first of tho weok.
J. M. Itlley wns stopping nt tho
Tavern this weok from Mohrlnnd.
John lledd tins sold his residence
proporty ,nenr City Hall to MeCluro
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uunderson
were Sell Lake City visitors during
Cnrl Stevenson wns bore this
week from Sunnysldo, stopping nt
the Taorn. .
Charles Mal'horson wns regis
tered nt tho Tavern during tho week
C. B. McDcrmald of Sunnysldo
was registered at tho Bavoy Hotel
during tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Laubor
spent several days In Salt Lako City
tho first of tho week.
Mrs. Way no Johnson camo to
Prlco last weok from Mnplcton to
niako this their homo.
B. L. Carpontor of Salt Lake
City .was registered nt tho Bavoy
Hotel during tho week.
Dr. Parsons of Thompsons wns
n passenger on Train No. 3 Monday
on his way to 8alt Lako City.
William Ford was up from
Wood I do this weok, being n guest
nt tho Tavorn whllo In town,
Miss Anna Wado visited In Salt
Lako City during tho weok, n guest
of her sister, Mrs. A. A. Bwcot.
C. A. dray and mother are ln
Salt Lako City this weok tnklng In
tho Irrlgntlon congress nnd ntnto
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. It. McDonald
are In Salt Lako City this week at
tending tho Irrlgntlon congress and
8. It. Jowkes and wife were
passengers to Salt ltke City yestor
day morning to attend tho fair and
Kx-Shcrlft Oscar Iloebo of Cns
tto Dalo was hero during tho week,
stopping at tho Savoy Hotel during
his sojourn In town.
Mrs. II. I- Mclntlro returned
Tuesday from n visit of several
weeks with relatives nt St. tleorgo
nnd other Southern Utah towns.
II. 8. llobtnott, Denfer and Ulo
Urando agent, returned Sunday
morning from a trip of nevoral
weeks to his old homo In Kansas.
-Itov. It. P. Nichols was hero
Monday, coming down from Holpor,
where ho pronchod Sunday ovcnlng.
Mrs. Nichols is In Massachusetts on
n visit. '
Ilnbort Williams, Sr., republi
can candtdato for thn two-year com
mtstlonorshlp, was a Prlco visitor
during the week, a guest of tho
A. W. Horsley, mnnager of
Prlco Co-Op., lo In Salt Lako City
this weok In nttcndnuco upon the
Irrigation congress, state fair and
Kd Sudberry, representing tho
'.. C. M, I., was calling on tho inor
ctiantM of Prlco this woek ln tho In
terest of his firm. Ho was regis
tered at tho Savoy.
A. K. Donno wns up from drcen
Illver this weok, being registered nt
tho Savoy Hotel. Donno's mission
horo was to socuro somo bricklay
ers for work In that city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lovl N. Harmon
wunt to Salt Lake City Sunday to
bo In nttendanco nt tho National Ir
rigation congress, Mr. Harmon be
ing n delegate from Carbon county.
A, W, McKlnnon and wife re
turned Tuosdny evening from a trip
to Salt Lako City, McKlnnon wm
tho crowds wore so big he was glad
to get awny from thu city, nil the
hotels being crowded. ,
M. T. Harmon and family hnvo
gono to Knterprtso for tho wlntor,
wlioro tho former has a contract for
building somo houses. Tho Advo
cato will kuep him posted on Prlco
news while ho In awny.
Misses Nora Lydlok and Dot
phlno CorboII, touchers In tho Ken
llworth schools, wore Prlco visitors
Saturday morning nnd whllo in tho
city putd Tho Advocato an apprecia
Johnny Jonos of Sunnysldo was
a'cnllor luHt Friday, paying lilo re
spects to "the great moral and ro
llglous." Jonos Is ono of tho old
timers In tho coal camp, having for
merly llvod at Castlo dato.
BTATB or OHIO, ClTr Or TOI.KPO, j
l.uais Count r. 1
Khakk J. CiiKMir inakeinatu tbat lie l the
Mnlor partner of Ihetlrmof K. J. Ciimur &
Co.dolDir budneM In the Cltf of Toltxio.
Counir and Btato afnrr.aM. and I Jlist aM
nrmwIlli'V tho aum or ONI'. IIITNlllllill
IHH.I.A 113 fur each and every caw of Catarrh
that cannot bo ourod by the u.eor lUl.l.'s
OJTAMtll CUIIK FllMJ t'HSMCr.
Sworn to boforo mo and aubnorlbcd Id injr
pretence, tnu Sin day of December, A Ii..l&
(SKAI. A. W.aLCAION.
' Notary Public.
flail's Catarrh Cure Ii taken Internally and
aoU directly on tue. blood and mucuoui aur
faces of the iratem. Send for tettlmonlali,
free. P. J.Uillssr 4 Co.. Toledo. O.
Hold by all Ururgltli, 7&o, llall'a rainlly
Fltli are tb beat.
At The Old Lowcnstcln Btillclln iH
Harry Gesas, Prop. Ifflrl
I The Largest Mail Order Liquor Mouse IH
il West of Denver Wm
!;.' 'Hie Following List Is i Sample of Our Prices Sl
jl;, BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES WINES 8
BOTTLED IN BOND X Port Putl Qt. $ .35 Gallon, $ .75 SsH
n... r- ., XX Port " .50 1.25 Sl
Old Crow, Full Quart, $1.60 Sherry .50 1.25 flHIH
Old Taylor 1.50 Muscat " .50 1.25 BbHb
Cedar Brook . 1.50 Jokiy . .75 2.00 MftH
. Angelica " .50 1.25 KHB
Sunny Brook 1.35 Claret .20 .65 iHSHI
Amity 1.25 Burgundy " .50 1.25 ' fi H
Guckenhelmer . 1.25 Zln(andef " -50 " !'25 I
Canadian Cluh 1 7; MILWAUKEE and ST. LOUIS g
Canadian Club 1.75 BOTTLED LAGER BEERS ,t JHH
Kentucky Crystal . 1.25 Pfr " P HB
Winchester Club 1.25 Budwelser $.30 $3.00 i ItHH
c Monarch 1.00 Lemps .25 2.50 l W
Black & White Scotch 1.75 Schjlti .25 2.50 i UH
.oo n o , .. . . . .L Red, White & Blue .25 2.50 ?SaLH
188 Pure Grain Alcohol " 1.00 Wagner, Salt Lake .20 2.00 ill
Grape Brandy 1.00 Brown Stout .20 2.00 fiW H
j! """"ry Brandy .75 ' .20 2.00 1 ?' I WM
;! KXIIli:SS I'AID ON FOUR QUAUT8 OH OVBIl ON ALU WIIIBKIKH AND WINKS IN UTAH. ' ' I
Pree Delivery j'j H
Phone 153 Price Utah 4 H
The New Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 without Bath & j 1 L
l,Savoy Hotel " ?200with I It I
g J Popular Price Cafe in Connection g j jf I H
g Pittas, utaii. FRED L WOOD, Manager Sf 1 ! FB
--I'rod I.. Wood, proprlotor of
tho Savoy Hotel, la In Halt l.ako
Clly thti vook MtondlriR tlio Irriga
tion coniueaa- nnd fair nnd Incident
iilly cliapcronlnK tlio l'rlco band
bora, ho botng a ilolcKnto to tlio Ir
rigation congroia from Carbon coun
ty. II. I'. Olbba, nutitanl clnlm
iitont for tlio Donvor and Ulo
(Irundo with hcadquartoin nt Halt
jko City, accompanied by Dr. V. II.
Slopanitkoy of Holpor, woro l'rlco
tltltora Tuesday mornlnK on buil
net. Whllo In town thoy paid
their roipectn to "tlio great moral
C. A. Franks of Hunnysldn wan
hero yttttcrday botween trains on
his way to Salt Inku City. Hu nays
ho Mill open his pholoRraph studio
In tho now building on Mnln Htreet,
this city, somo tlmo this nionth. Tho
loner room will bo used as a ro
cery, whllo tho upper story will bo
occupied as n photograph Rnllury.
Tho storo will bo known iu tho
ldttAl Orocory und VoKOtnblo Htoru.
VKKV IIHAVV ,IUIKJMi:.NT
AdAINST JOHN V. HMITII
JudRinont has bvnn filed In tho
Third District court In favor of tho
Xlorgan-Okolborry Uind and fihoop
company against John Y, Hniltli for
38,O0O.Ol, S3C00 attornny's feos
und for costs. Judgment wns ren
dered In the Fourth District court
Tho action out of which this
Judgmont arise was brought on u
promissory noto given by Smith to
tho plaintiff company. This Instru
tuttnl bears data of January 27,
1910, and carrlos an obligation of
$30,017.40, duo In six months from
On Juno 27, 1912, Smith paid
(3S43.2S as principal nnd $1280 In
terest. Suit for. tho collection of
$33,075.15 principal and $5585.80
Intercut was filed August 5, 1912.
I'WKIUAM FOIt SUNDAY
NHJHT'B CONJOINT JIi:i?riN(J
Following Is tho program for tlio
Mutual Improvement conjoint moot
ing to bo hold at City Hall next
Sunday ovinlng at 8 o'clock:
Lecture Cart It, Marouson.
l'lano Solootlon Miss Jewlo Kin
der. Heading Miss Allco Hearst.
Song Mrs. S. h. Williams.
Violin Bolectlon Earl droen- (
; n. w. citocicirrr, ircidcu I H.ahiuhtl ihu.h I (' H
(; i. i:. i:i.i)iii;i)(i:, Hccretnry. csiaDiisneu lava I j, s'i ' H
; The Largest and Strongest Local Fire Insurance jjfjf H
Agency In the State. 1 H
R. W. Crockett & Co. j' V;J i;l
General Insurance Agents. !; Jtf1 V " 1
Losses Adjusted and Paid From This lt NB
Pffice, No Contested Claims, ill' ' fl
Exceptional Facilities For ' ,9
Handling Any Lines, IT fl
Large or Small. II. I
Abstracters of Titles For Carbon County Under $I0, '! IC If :
!; 000.00 Bonds. Price River Valley Farm Lands ; ' II, "H
and Fruit Orchards. City Property. m" ivi
Alfalfa seed h'1!
Sweet Clover Seed .'ffl!' n
We are now ready to buy it. Inquire at Omaha Z In II 1 V
it office, also 0. J. Bracken, Vernal, Utah, or O. nU ,: ' v-JB
II. Bracken, Roosevelt, Utah. Our represcnta- wBn i '. H
tivc 0. J. McGlynn will be stationed at Hunting- Sj " rM
ton, Emery county, where he may be addressed. ; jW I t --jB
The Nebraska Seed Co. ', fi S " JM