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m THL'HHDAV, OCT. 10, 1012.
I The Republican Ticket.
H KOIt PRESIDENT.
! i William Howard Toft
m FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
' James Schoolcrqft Sherman
B I HKPURLIGAN HTATU TIOIU7T.
H ' Gavornor
Mj; WILLIAM HI'ltY
H Representatives In Congress
m , jobeph iiowkll
l JACOU JOHNSON
H Justlco of Bupromo Court
M J. E. FIUCIC
R Secretary of Btnto
H t Tronsurcr
M JESSE D. JEWKE8
M f LINCOLN J. KELLY
j Supt. of Publlo Instruction
P' A. 0. NELSON
S Attorney Oonoral
A, 11. IIAHNKS
MAIIC1AIIKT ZANE WITCHER
J. N. DAVIS
m M A. D. WOOLLEY
m EPIIUAIM HOMER
m yj HKVENTII JUDICIAL TICKET
B h District Judge
' $ .1 A. H. OHRIBTENSON
B M District Attornoy
M V JAMES W. CHERRY
H, IIKPUHL1UAN COUNTY TICK ITT
B j W. J. ELWOOD
1 k of Prlco.
H n Commissioner. Four-Year fTorra
B CIIUIB K. JENSEN
rot Clear Crook.
Commissioner, Two-Year Term
u RODERT WILLIAMS, 8R..
Hj of Bunnysldo.
m County Clork
H. 0. A. PIERBON
B' of 8unnyldo.
tt, County Rocorder
y JOS1E F1T7.0ERALD
B'j For Treasurer
h I 0. II. CODY
Bf of Holpor.
B-' ! vBudL or Schools
i , CARL R. MARCUBEN,
HS County Attorney
' 0, C. MoWHINNEY
H of Trice.
B i Sheriff
.j .TIIOMAB HUROB
H ! of Konllworth.
B ) Assessor
;i( w. n. wirrzix
But r Castlo Qato.
1 lir.PUltl.IUAN PARTY 1H MOHT
jJ SURE TO WIN.
B Ilcauso tho republican party has
H given tho country slxteon years of
B unexampled prosperity.
H Recauso tho domocrntlo party
H , Mould doHtroy manufactures, Injuro
H ' tho farmers and drlvo worUlngmon
H out ot oinploymont by onactliiB froo
V trado loglslallou.
H Recauso President Taft has been
H hunost, offlclont, fearless and patrl-
K otto In his administration.
Hj (Recauso Roosovolt hits fallod,
H aon with his Democratic Aid so
H cloty, to wreck tho republican party
HS' which honored him and which was
B good enough for htm until ho fallod
H! to get tho nomination.
H! Recauso tho American people In
' 1012, as In 1890, will voto for busU
Hl irbs stability, national crodtt, uul-
Hi vulsal employment, good wagiw, tho
H Integrity ot tho courts and a safo
B and wlso government under tho con-
B I "(JOD m.KINH AND (iOVEUN.MKNT
B KTII.L LIVES."
Bomo pooplo net as It thbt wore
K, ' tho first presidential olectlon ever
H' hold. It Isn't. There has boon ono
1 uvory four yoars for inoro than a
B ( century. Each tlmo ono man was
B elected, and ono or inoro defoated,
H Boltloqulzos Ogden's Bxamluor.
H Tho dofoatod candidate )iau iad
H frleniU Jn ovory campaign frlonda
H j who grow to bollovo, as olcotlon day
K approached, that a good deal of tho
ft nation's fato doponded upon tho
ft eloctlon of their champion. And
'j yot wlion tho day 1ms passod, and
Hi tho country still lives, with an op-
VJI position man In tho big chair, tho
HOME RIII'PRI.H'AN I'AUTK.
RusltioM never better.
Wages novor higher.
Factories running full time.
Rnltroads crowded with traffic.
Labor In demand.
Rank deposits Increasing.
Everybody busy and hopeful.
Why chniigtnliti aII'n am'II?
HOMi: DEMOCRATIO I-'AOTS."
Ilrcad lines a mllo long.
Soup house ovcrywhoro.
Hanks mostly busted.
Tli r co million ruon Idle.
Ten million children hungry.
Homes plastered with mortgages.
Nobody making any money.
Why Imtn linnl tlmo again?
fact haji boon demonstrated that
tho olectlon of no man Is essential
to tho continued llfo ot tho nation.
Tho fact Is, tho American pcoplo
aro greater than any ono man of
ficial or other. Ho could do somo
dnmngo If ho woro bad, nn nmbl
tlous or carolcss man, Rut when
ono recalls that tho nation lived
through nlmost four year of An
drew Johnson, and that right nt tho
closo of tho civil war, tlicro Is no
need to fear for tho ndmlnlstratlon
of nny man oloctcd by tho froo mon
and women of tho United States.
Bo don't got excited. Just study
calmly tho situation. Mako up your
mind without anger or prejudice.
Consider tho good of tho wholo
people, tho Interests of nil, and got
ready to volo accordingly. An Car
field said In nn actually troublous
tlmo: "Cod rolgns, and tho govern
ment at Washington still lives."
Tho Sanpete county bull moose
platform has ono plank expressing
tho dUsntUtfnctlon of that party with
tho management of tho forest sor
3lcoanl promising Instant r.lUf it
tho people will elect its cnndldntes.
As Roosevelt Is responsible, through
Plnchot, for tho presont forest ro
Horvo rulon and as It Is ns clear as
daylight that It Roosovolt Is olected
wo shall have Plnchot back again,
wo suggest that tho local bull cons
Immediately send a wlro to tho big
bull moono demanding tho Insertion
of tho Bnnpelo county plank In tho
national platform, U the yny Kph
mini's Entorprlso puts It. Tho
chairman of tho bull mooso conven
tion held In Mantl a few days ago
constantly mentioned tho "wicked
magician." Could It bo that ho had
Doss 1)111 Flynn In mind? Ot courso
ho may havo boon thinking of tho
harvester trust and tho steel trust,
the "wicked magicians" who aro
furnishing tho rash for tho Roose
Another true story Is bolng told
about "Annnlnjt Ted." I'o approach
ed tho heavenly gnto. floorgo Wash
ington asked admission. Saint Peter
"What havo you dono to earn
"I freed America from English
rule. I am tho father of my coun
try." "You may onlor," was tho Imme
Abraham Lincoln stepped up and
upon stntlug that ho had freed tho
negro, secured admission. "Ananias
Ted" then approached. Tho tialnt
"Who aro you and what havo you
done to earn a heavenly reward?"
"Nono of your dnmned business!
Whoro's Ond?" .
Thcro Is ono town In the West
whero fuol (coko) costs forty-six
dollars a ton. This Is Ivors, Ida.,
tho principal local sottlomont In tho
Loon Creek mining district. This
high prlco, however, Is duo to tho
long haul by wagon from Mackay,
tho nearest railroad point, a hun
dred and tou miles distant. The
routo Is difficult becauso of two
high summits which must bo crossed
In addition to a threo-mllo climb.
Tho cost ot haulage Is two and a
half cents a pound for tho round
trip. When a load can bo takon
' each way this Is split Into ono and
a half conts In and ono cent out.
During tho last fow years tho
United States geological survey has
received so many Inquiries with re
gard to methods ot prospoctlng for
Iron ore that suggestions regarding
prospecting for certain typos ot ore,
such as hematite and llmonlto, havo
boon publlshod In an ndvnuco chap
ter on Iron orb from "Mineral Re
sources of tho United States For
1012," by Krnost V. Ruchnrd. Pros
pecting by pits, drills and magnetic
survoya Is discussed, but owing to
tho varloty of ores and to tho dif
ferences In local coni.tlons tho'sug
gostlons given aro very gonoral.
UP AGAINST THE HURDLES.
Sl judo -aT iSrl 'vJSSl 1
Sattsrfisld In Oattlmors Amtrlcsn.
TUFT, USUI Hi WILSON
If you nro against President Taft on tho reciprocity Issue, whom
will you support?
Will It bo Roosovolt?
In a letter to President Taft, dated Now York, January 12,
1011, Roosevelt said: "It sccrai to mo that what you proposo to
do with. Canada Is admirable from every standpoint." Ho also said
to PrcitJont Taft In tho samo letter "It Is greatly to your credit
to mako tho of fort." Rut ItooMvelt went far beyond President
Tnft's proposition. Ho wroto in bin letter tho following sentence.
"I FIRMLY RELIEVE IN FREE TRADE WITH CANADA FOR
ROTH ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL REASONS."
It you support Roosovclt you not only support reciprocity, but
absoluto frco trado with Canada. Do you want free trndo with
Would you support Woodrow Wilson?
In his testimony beforo tho tariff board In 1882, (lovornor Wil
son, then a collcgo professor, when asked tho question: "ARE
YOU ADVOCATING THE REPEAL OF ALL TARIFF LAWS?" an
swered: "Of all protectlvo tariff laws; ot ostabll'hlng a tariff
for rotonuo only. It seems to me very absurd to mnlntatn that
wo shall havo frco trado botwoen different portions ot this coun
try and at tho samo tlmo shut ourselves out from FREE COM
MUNICATION WITH OTHER PRODUCING COUNTRIE8 of tho
Woodrow Wilson Is n confessed frco trader. Champ Clark,
speaker of tho democratic house, publicly asserted on tho floor of
tho houso that ho would Itko to seo ovory custom homo torn down.
If tho democratic party comes lata power tliore will bo free trado
.botwson Uio United HtaJnJiejC . mLevntv .ntlinr moduolns.
President Tafl's reciprocity proposition mndo concessions to Can
ada, but provided for nn equal return. Canada rejected tho prop
osition, whoroupon tho republican members ot congress oted to
repent tho reciprocity law which had been passed, tho democrats
voting solidly In favor of Its retention. Canadian nowspnpera open
ly favor tho election of cither Roosevelt or Wilson, In order to ob
tain n onosldcd nrrnngement which shall bo wholly beneficial to
Canada without regard to the wolfaro of tho American people
RECIPROCITY IH NOW A DL'AD ISSUE. WITH THE ELEC
TION OF EITHER WILSON OK KOOSI'.VEIr IT WOULD RE
COME VERY MUCH ALIVE.
This, from Mantl's Messenger of
last Frldny, oxpresscs tho sentiment
ot perhaps nlno-tenths of tho voters
or Cnrbon county. "William I),
Livingston In his speech boforo tho
bull mooso convention In Mantl at
tacked Governor Spry and Nomlnro
Tolton. Tho inforonco from his re
marks was thut both wero tools of
tho Interests and n lot of other rot.
Inucmlos nro tho meanest kind of
attack. Tho truth Is that WlllUm
Spry has mado tho best governor
Utah Jibs over had and Utah's gov
ernors slnco statehood havo all been
clenn and straight."
Eugono II. (Irubb, tho Colorado
export on potato culture, declares
this country will produce three hun
dred And fifty million bushels of po
tatoes this year, enough to supply
all wants without Importation. In
1011 tho crop was two hundred and
sixty million bushels and thirty mil
lion woro Imported.
Tho federal bureau of labor, In
vestigating prices of food, finds
fourteen ot fifteen articles of food
clamed as necessities woro Jitgher on
June lBth than thoy wero on that
date In 1911, and that ton of Uimo
articles had advanced ovor 60 per
cent in tho last ton yours.
Como who may as our next presi
dent, Eastern Utah with Its coal
initios, agriculture, live stock and
horticultural Interests will bo uros
porous when many other sections
It might bo Just as well to see
that jour namo appears on the reg
istration list for tho precinct In
which you reside.
In tho meantime It should not be
forgotten that Price Rlvsr Valley
for Its area Is the greatest In the
Less than four weeks from today
It will bo settled.
Don't forget tha entertainment at
City Hall, Friday night. Dr. Klug
Is perhaps the most neeompllshed
olocutlonlst seen on tho stage In
yoars. You will miss tho treat of
your lives If you do not hear him.
Advocate Wunt Ads Oct Results.
lleglnnlug Monday, October 1st, n
now nowspapor law went Into effect,
providing that all editorial or other
reading mattor published In any
dally newspapor, for the publication
ot which money or other valunblo
consideration Is paid, accepted or
promised, shall bo plainly mnrkod
"ndjrertlsoment." Tho law does not
roqulro that tho article shall bo In
tho naturo of an advertisement, but
merely that It shall bo nn editorial
or other reading matter for which
n, consideration has been received.
Any odltor falling to comply with
tho law, shall, upon conviction, bo
tlnod not less than fifty dollars nor
more than flvo hundred dollars.
Says lost Thursday's Salt Uko
Telegram: "A. C. Nelson, state sup
orlntendout of public Instruction,
announced this morning that ho
lacked moro than fifteen of having
onough tenchors for this year. Ho
says Mint ho can olthor furnish or
sfcuro positions for fifteen certifi
cated teachers and that If Uioy will
como to his offlco, ho will try to
give thorn n position. Ho also slates
Hint unless tho teacher has a certi
ficate or Is compotont to nko an ex
amination for n certificate, It will
bo useless to soo him."
Tho stato Insurance commissioner
Is circulating an Illustrated circular
showing tho proper and Improper
construction of chlmnoys and flues,
with abundant citations of Instances
whero rascally or careless contrac
tors built constructions resulting In
tiro and loss of ll'o.
Tho following unsollcltated testi
monial should certainly bo suffi
cient to glvo hopo and courago to
porsons atfllctod with chronic dys
pepsia: "I havo boon a ohronlc dys
peptic for onrs, nnJ of all tho
modlclues I havo takon, Charabcr
Inln's Stomach and Liver Tablets
hnvo done mo mom good than any
thing ulno," says W. 0. Mattlson, 7
Bhormon streot, Hornollsvlllo, NY.
Sold by all dealers,
My now goods havo arrived and
con supply you with most anything
In tho furulturo line. Tho iccond
hand stock will bo placed within a
fow day. Sumner, noxt to Rallln-gor's.
The Sewing Chair..,.
Wc 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.
predated Sewing Chairs.
They Are Convenient,
Made in any wood you wish, in sev
eral styles, and sold, at prices thai
make them a pleasure.
Oppoiltc Postoffice Price, Uth I
RiaiOOHATIU COUNTY TICKI7T.
LEVI N. HARMON
NEIL M. MADSEN
THOMAS F. KELTER
of Wlntor Quartors,
JOHN W. HILL
ANDREW YOUNG, BR.,
of Castle Onto.
WILLIAM II. FRYE
Suporlntondont ot Schools
BEI1RON W. aOLDINO
of Wlntor Quartors.
OLIVER T. HARMON
Lot us flguro with you on a loan
for building. R. w. Crockott & Co.,
Pattorn and streot hats for fall
at Miss Kennedy's. All prices.
A MAHVKI-OIB ISCirt
"My lltllo boy had a nimi
cscnpo," writes P. F. ButUsi
Prlnco Albert, Capo of (Joed Ei
"It occurred In tho mtddUtl:
night. Ho got n very MTtrttt
of croup. As luck woota 1m
1 had n largo bottlo ot CUil
Iain's Cough Remedy la Utbi
After following tho dlreclloul
hour and twonty mlnultt In
through nil dangor" 8oM i;i
My now goods havo srrM
can supply you with most ss;
in the furnlturo line. TJ m
hand stock will bo placed vlOt
fow days. Sumner, next to W
Dr. P. P. Amo, the dtatlO
oponod tnodorn and saaltirjca
ovor Uio Oolden Rulo itori
orn oqulpmcnt. All laitm
Sofa pillows, dresser sarht
towels for omhrolde.lnf it
School supplies. Adroatt?
llihlng Co., Prlco, Utah.
FIRE, PLATi: GLASS AXUSTW
IHiIi lOTATIl AND MW
Ref inishing Marred j
IS EASY AND INEXPENSIVE J
Shabby, scratched pieces of furniture that arcuniigH
ly and a discredit to your home can be made to lookbrig
and new at slight expense and you can do it you
stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to all kh
of surfaces thcelegantcffectanddurab
lustrous surface of beautifully finish
oak, mahogany, walnut or oilier
pensive woods. Call for Color CrA
J. C. Weeter Lumber Co., Price, B
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