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' T1IK KA81EUN UTAH ADVOCATE. THUHSDAV, otT, 10, lull.
HOQ PRFn 1
Crushed Barley, Wheat, Bran and Shorts. ;!
Royal Flour SSr0to '
King Coal, Nut and Lump
Salted Alfalfa Hay. ...
Attractive Prices on Ton Lots of Anything. j1
McKune Forwarding Co. i
Price, Utah. ;l
New Store and New Stock at New i
Location where you can Always get j;
Hay and Grain at Reasonable Prices, jl
Come to the New Place and j:
Get Outfitted Properly. j;
IVhcn You Are In Need Of
MINE CARS i
IRON OR BRASS CASTINGS ;!
ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS ' J;
MODERN HEATING AND PLUMBING
STRUCTURAL STEEL AND IRON ji
tt U$ FurnUh Estimates Por You. Wc Build and Repair l
All Kinds of Machinery. Prompt Service In all Cases.
'ROVO FOUNDRY & MACHINE COMPANY
-- Provo, Utah.
Mantinfctiirvr of S
Brick of aH Kinds Ij
(PreriKxl Wlilto anU Ilcd) !
Yards Adjoining tlio Denver nnd lUo Grando Hullroad Co.
"a Uiu BouUi, Tlireo Blocka Kast of Depot. Office at Homo, ,'
mcr Main Rnd SLxtli Street.
UTIMATKS aiVKN ANU TOICES QUOTED O.V APPLICATION. j
I. O. Box 03j riiono 4SX, PIUCK, UTAH. !
lX7r-vro. 'Pi Novor mind whoro dlstanco or ill- i,
" UcrC JLO rectlon doos not mattor If you have ',
a tolophone. Call our number, toll J
I f1 1 T ln. us yur wants, and wo will send you ,
UU JLwlVC I tho goods right nway. Wo hava a ,
sorvlce that alwaya satisfies you, i,
'saves you time, trouble, and worry, S
ITV nniir PTAtin nnd co,u you nolh,nE Mt"a' Isn't ,
lI UKUU STORE It worth utilising?
AiJiiiiJJ" riUOE, UTAH.
RETAIL WQUOIt MERCHANTS. '
""rlde, Castle Hate, Winter Quartors and Clear Creok, Utah.
NOTHING HUT THK REST IN STOCK.
" Wines, Urandloa, Deoni and Cordials for the Family Trade. 1
Pool and llllard Tables.
Enough On Hnuil to Supply dm Jug
Marktt 1'or Homo Time.
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 4. In
splto of tho ban placed on the Im
portation of nbslntho by Undo Sam,
tho coat of nn abtlntho Jag will not
bo materially Increased locally, for
tho startling reason that this pecu
liar species of llnuld exhilaration Is
almost unknown Wc. Ono dispen
ser of wot goods says that throo
cases of abslntho has sufficed his
establishment for ten oars, nnd as
hu has tlireo cases inoro ho Is
stocked for ton yoara to come.
Wholesalers and Importers, warn
ed of tho Impending ban against ab
sinthe, recently circulated ndvlccs
for rotation to "stock up" before
tho law wont Into effect. This has
been done. Tho prlco of nbitntho
has already Jumped from $1 CO per
lltro to two dollars, and within tho
niixt throo scars ono. hnUU uiu ui
Tho collector of tho port at San.
Pranclsco yesterday ordered tho de
portation of flvo thousand cases of
nbslntho In bonded warehouses be
cause duty was not paid on It bo-i
foro tho exclusion law went Into effect.
AIM.' .NOT 'IO PltOHI.CVI i;
thi: Miami uitoniniis
No complaints will bo tamed b
tho county nttorne) against 8 (I
Skllrls nnd Angelo Skllrls, who nre
charged by a number of Greeks with
liming exacted trlbuto for securing
or employment with tho Utah Cop
per company, ims Friday's Salt
Lako Telegram. County Attorney
Wllluy ua I (I this nftornoon
"Wo liavo on our stntuto books
a law regulating employment agen
cies, requiring them to secure a li
cense to oporato and limiting tho
amount of foo they can charge The
men complained about by the Greek a
aro not at present In business, and
furthermore, tho county attorney's
offlco does not propose to' tako sldos
In tho lllngham strike Aftor tho
strlko Is over, If tho men complain
od against lolato tho omploymont
agency law, I shall, of course, auth
orize Issuance of complaints."
L. a. Skllrls Is labor agent for
tho Utah Kuol company, tho Denver
nnd Itlo Grando, Western I'aclflc
nnd other loonl Intorosts,
MOItMON COMlMhTri 'lo
leave Mexican homes
According to President Junius
Ilomnoy of tho Juarez stake of the
.Mormon church thoro hi vory little
hopo of a stnblo government bolng
ostabllshod In Mexico for somo time
Tho sottlora In tho Mormon colonies
there have practloally abandoned i
hopo of returning, for tho present!
year at lonst.
Ilomney tmjs the Mormons and
other United States citizens thore
do not generally orltlclso tho United
States government for not Interfer
ing, as thoy bellovo thoy under
stand tho situation" nt Washington,
I) C , and aro using tholr best judgment.
Till: HANGER API Hit GIMP
lies ofton In a run down s)stom
Weakness, nervousness, lack of np
pettto, energy and ambition, with
disordered liver and kldne)s ofton
follow an attack of this wrotched
disease. Tho greatest need then la
Electric Dltters, tho glorious tonic,
blood purifier and regulator of the
stomach, liver and kidneys. Thou
sands havo proven that they won
derfully strengthen tho nerves,
build up tho system nnd rostore to
health and good spirits nfror an at
tack of grip. If suffering, try them
Only BO cents. Sold and porfeot
satisfaction gunrantoed by all doal
era. ttJftMfcaslBaaSfcEj. " "..
IE BRAY OF THE DONKEY AND
J THE BELLOW IMG jf THE nIDDSE;
TJ.irt, U suiLlilne ..r tlu imtU.n, Uiorn U Joy In ncry lrt,
r tl.o rnpj j,rw Ju-t Irviiiemlou, nn.l In tnery b.uy innrt
flKrw, n liiHtla nml n lu,tl,-mon mv liuV ttery ilnr,
IimJ ." . roM,tnn l"1"-. "trtr ,irk nml stcntly py.
wiurwul trains nm miming licnvy, I.xutnl ,,m with toi if
Mctorim nr liuiiniilnK Kn)u ntnrtlng cnrly, .nilttlng lute.
n.ii T'nt..nn. ,ori,,", 0. Willi lTtKTlty wnlowcd,
iHlo tlio Ihmkrj krop on l.mylng nml tl.o Dull Minm. Ik Hows
Twni not nwn,N Uiu, Wt plon-mntt Tlimj wm Ji-nw of ilUuml
JUii-n th wiitklngni,..! wim l.lli-, factoric wort, llkn n tomb.
V. mr '"Pn lm",'H'1, ,,,", h'Kliwnys. nlnly wvklng .Inlly ,mlj
lT MOP" ".""' MnnMI"M iMi-lnrw. lnngWu-,1, nlniint iltiul.
llV.1 .TLT,T,,;.,,rn' ,-l,"n,'H n nml wlirait m.lil f(r n m.ngj
ruZ, 'T m,,l11V,:rt,, 1,,B rnl"'K nerjU,li,g wrntM.II, wivng.
If .7 '"" "Ml ! rpturnliiK, wory Inrt with raw I. 1kwwI,
u Urn Donkey kwp, on lini)lnK ami tl.o Dull M.mhk, IIIown loud.
!t I.-. niiM,n wrll togvtlicr! Ciiniinon kliim. kIiimiM .no mil
aw ay I
Wi) .lioiilil wo lwl.lln.1 nn.l fiMilli.li, ,rlvliiK Impplnrnn nway?
Wi) Miou hi i, fHnn ,.nllllM.r ,, lnoHKnK,. n, r,i
Winn wo know tlmt If w, , rK,f rniH, , Wil (,Hr , ,
Win n tlu Milp of Mat.. U Mlimg f,y Un c,lnr(, ,,
vny linlto llitnnu Milpwrifk on tl.o next rlntlon 1y?
H wo II u.to for Tnftnml Shi m.nii Jiih tlir miiiiu old Imp..)
AMillo , m,Kr kivp on l.niylng nml tl.o Dull M.nkw IkIIows
Aycr's Hair Vigor keeps Ihc
scalp clean and healthy,
destroys all dandruff, and
greatly promotes the growth
of the hair. You will cer
tainly be pleased with it as
a dressing for your hair. It
keeps the hair soft and
smooth and promptly checks
any falling of the hair. It
docs .tot color the hair and
cannot injure the hah or
scalp. Consult your doctor
about these hair problems.
Ask him what he thinks of
Aycr's Hair Vigor.
M.4.trll J C ATtnCO I.ll U.
"CHANGE OF ill HOME
May lno tit) or Prlco to Go Ily
Wn of Col ton,
It looks ory much a's It thu Uln-
tali Ilasln mall would after tho mid
dle of October coma In by way of
jl'olton, says Myton's Itecord Tho
postofflco department Is asking for
i bids on that route If for nothing
else, thorn aro two roasous why tho
i Itecord would llko to so tho mall
brought In oor tho stato road from
jl'olton via Duchesne, Myton, Itoose
clt nnd on to Vornal, and thoso
First-Tho people of tho west
end of tho baaln bellovo they have
tho foaslblo route and hau long
been clamoring for tho mull son Ice.
i Socond Tho Prlco pooplo, having
'served tho basin faithfully for two
ara and hnlng "gono In tho
liolo" by such servlro, aro now anxl-
ous to "pass tho buck" to someono
eleo on account of a lack of divi
dends In tho Wells Mining and
1 Thoroforc, over) ono Is agreed ou
tho proposition. Duchesne has suc
ceeded in Its endeavor. Prlco Is
willing to "throw up tho spongo,"
and tho rest of tho basin doesn't
enro aa long na that stago pulls In
on schedule time.
In passing, howocr, groat crodlt
la duo tho old system. In tho past
two years, no matter what confront
ed thorn, tio drivers of tho Prlco
company havo pulled In on schodulo
tlmo. Whether tho snow camo, or
tho wind blow, or the sun shono
hot, tjio stngo'drlvors woro always
'thoro" at tho allotted tlmo.
Good luck to you Prlco onthusl
aats nnd may tho next company that
takes hold give the basin as good
TO I'UltTllKIl DiaiOCKAGV
among sciiooi, ;iiii,ihu:v
BAN rUANCISCO, Oct. 4 To
further democracy among school
children, Miss Sulllo J. Jones, mem
ber of tho board of education, be
gan a campaign today against costly
dros.i and school girl social itfalrs
Miss Jones believes that such ten
dencies aro responsible for class
distinctions In public schools, and
tho causo of humiliation and hard
ship to children of pool paronts
Aa a romedy, Miss Jones, In a ,
lottor to tho board of oducatlon, ad
vises tho adoption of Ironclad rules,
abolishing class pins In grammar
schools, prohibiting social affairs,
flowers and tho oxchango of pres
ents on tho school grounds, and
wants toachors constantly to urge
simplicity In dress.
Ixgal blanks, over throo hundred
forms Id stock. Advocato Publish
Now IVilcrnl Kiperlmrait Will Ho ,
rclto niwust AttcnUon.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 Yielding
to the demands of tho conserva
tives that coal lands horoaftor bo
loasod by tho government lo prtvnto
concorns Instead of nllottod or sold,
tho Interior department today an
nounced that tho plan would bo
tried. As a result Van II. Manning,
assistant director of tho buroau of
mines, has loft for Wyoming, whoro
ho will comploto tho details of loas
Ing twcnty-flvo hundred ncros of
govornmont coal lands In that stato
to a local corporation
Tho tonslng oxporluient will ho
carefully watched nnd If successful
probably will mark a rovolutlon In
tho policy of tho government In
donllng with public lauds. Tho land
to bo leased Is located near Lander,
Wyo. Tho corporation dosrloua of
mining tho coal Is to pay ono dol
Inr for tmch aero In tho tract and
a roynlty of six and n halt cents n
ton for each ton mined during tho
"ft w?, Af.,,,r ,hnt th0 w
airy vl bo fixed by tho accretary
of tho Intorlor, tho leasing corpora
tion having tho right to renow Hit)
leaso up to thirty years In all
The government proposes to main
tain n rigid supervision of tho man
ner In which tho coal Is taken from
tho ground It nlao will prohibit
I sub-leasing, traffic In Intoxicants on
tho premises nnd destruction or mu
tllntlon of tho properly, nnd will re
serve tho right to rovoko tho lonao
at any tlmo for violation of tho
,wm mm nhniet-
Halt Uiko fit) Director Improving
lcnl Hen let.
Alfred II. Thloason of tho Salt
, Lake City weathor bureau has got
ten out a neat pamphlet coutalnlug
local cllmatologlcnl data of this ro
glou, with accompanying maps, giv
ing tho temperature, precipitation,
humidity and the sunlight of Utah
In most Interesting form, says
Thursday' Ihenlng Telogram.
Tho buroau dcslros to got Into
a closer work with tho gardeners
nnd fnrmora of Utah, to put out
warnings of probablo weather In ad
vance, so that frosts may bo guard
ed against In tho spring nnd uutumu
and tho approach of storms be
given, thnt farmers need not bo
takon by surprise Thus the damago
to tomatoes last week by frost mlgh
havo boon guarded against with Just
a little troublo and practloally no
Tho samo precautions takon In
tho spring to guard against wilting
under a too fervid sun would havo
protected tho plants against tho
frost. Tho offlco will have several
stations lu the state beforo spring,
especially to warn frultralsors of
approaching cold, nnd tho farmers
should learn to watch tho dally bulletins.
Di:vvi:ii ami imo giundj:
duvh six ni:w hngi.vim
DDNVKIt, Colo, Oct. 7 Vlco L
President llrown of tho Donver and -
Itlo Grando tins awarded to tho
Ilaldwln Locomotlvo Works of Phlla- J
delphla a contract for six Pacific '
typo passenger locomotives at a !
cost of twenty-five thousand dol- .'
liars each, to be delivered oarly In
January, 1913 ;
These locomotives, mudh larger '
than any beforo used In passenger
servlco on tho Donver and Itlo .'
arnndo, will haul trains about 60 i
per cent heavier at much faster '
Thoso latest typo onglnes will bo 1
usod In tho growing passenger ser-
vlco botwoon Donver nnd Pdoblo
nnd supplement Hie order for thlr- ',
ty freight locomotlvos recontly given )
by that company.
PAGB TllltKB. liaiiH
DR. F. P. AMOl M
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