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grow. In Just a ltttlo whllo
ou will tiavo a good, sub
stantial bank account.
Ono dollar will open n sav
ing account hero we'll pay
4 per cent Intorost on your
Don't wall until tomorrow or
next week start the- account
t Savings Bank
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Ul.V UTAH Ti:i.KriIONK CO.
H Central Oftlco, Upstairs,
Horner Mnln and Ninth 8t.
lie Elite Bar j
VI Miles llulldlng
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Jurlxni nnd eight 'year old
Wtunl Vernon Ityo mhih! ex- ,
-"vhrly out Oils bar.
BV shnro of tlio patronage
jtlio public solicited. Phono ,'
m and mi villi deliver Uio ?
WARLES AVERILL j!
k B Proprietor.
B Cents l'tT l.lno IZacli Issue.
H sl Words to tlio Line. No
fincnt U-hn Tlmn Twenty
'ED illds on plowing forty
Mcl mw land two and a, half
K.from 1rlco' Address J. L.
1HHDTo cntrnct for twouty
( Hundred to three thousand
. JM "Jar post for fonclng. It.
jglir Crockett & Co.
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inBnot for from Prico. Appll-
n address Poatofflco llox
or call at Parthenon pool
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t!.Ail . . aU undor ciilUvatlon
ft&m wod water right, nnd a
iraD dUtrtct. Address Alfred
jisbcJ llnal, Utah.
.. rf'B.k G ot elovon rooms for
er Wheap, UoomB fu of room.
'afi R,I5p.ertjr for font. 'Phono
Klaresa Box 23. OcUOtf
'iS? ' Clolco Ilnraboulllot
lflli' ir?m"' n,B0 owes, In araall
WW fu n,Api,ly to Jon.K
v w'' t. Pleasant. Oct. 31
George O. Frandsen is homo
from a trip to Salt Lake City of sev
, ?nd Mr J- A Croskolt
and daughter Hllwbeth spent sev
eral days In Salt Lake City last
week, returning home Monday.
Hlehard Umb of Joulln, Mo.,
stopped off In Price fet week for
a few days' visit wlthjils uncle, Al-
.tei !erk,M- wm on his way
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Uunderron
returned Sunday from Salt Lake
City, accompanied by MIm Irene
Nollson of Mt. Plmsant, ho Is to
make a sliort visit here.
,v- K- Waters Is an arrival from
Ulenwood Springs, Colo., having
bought out Krouger, the photogra
pher. Ills location U over Prico
Commercial and Savings bank.
A. C. Dlddto nnd Miss Delia
Uarlon left tho first of tho week
for 8alt Lako City, whero they wcro
married In tho tcmplo. loiter they
will spend tho tlmo In Sprlngvillo
until Mr. Uiddlo guvs on a, mission
to the Northwestern States.
A. P. Smith, who holds valu
ablo land possessions to tho Bouth
of Price, was hero last week from
Iowa nnd mado Tho Advocato an
appreciated tall. Ho Is very much
Impressed with tho outlook hero
and may conclude to movo his fam
ily to Prico to llvo.
- O. T. Harmon, Jr., U back from
Salt Lnko City, whero ho went last
woek to meet his wlfo nnd children.
Whllo In tho city Mr. Harmon's lit
tlo boy underwent an operation for
tho removal of his tonsils. Tho lit
I tlo follow stood tho operation oll
. and Is getting alone nicely.
(leorgo Colllnghnm, A. D. Had
toy and 8am (llascr wcro Price vis
itors from Sunnysldo last Saturday
and Sunday. Conditions at that
camp aro most prosperous nnd tho
outlook for republican success never
bolter. Tho mines aro working
steadily, whllo tho coko ovens nro
going at full blast.
Hon. Alma i:. I!ldrodgo ot Salt
Ijiko City arrived lu Prico last Mon
day to make numerous speeches
for tho progressiva party lu Carbon
county, Addrosses wero mado at
Holpor last Monday evening, nt
Wellington Tuesday evening nnd nt
Kentlworth last night. Kvcry other
precinct of tho county Is to bo vis
ited this week and next In company
with local party candidates.
Mr. and Mr, Uttck Uuntluiun
entertained n few of their friends
nt an claborato dinner, party at their
homo Sunday afternoon. Tho affair
was In honor of tho lattcr's forty
fifth birthday. A numbor of beauti
ful gifts wero received by tho hos
tess. Jlcsldes tho dinner, gnmes,
music "nnd social chat wero enjoyed.
Judgo nnd Mrs. Ferdinand Krlck
son entertained nt an elaborato din
ner party Saturday ovnnlng lu hon
or of tho former's birthday. Mt.
Pleasant Pyramid, 4th.
Mrs, Thomas W. Lewis and
children arrived In Prico last Hun
day from Dawson, N. M., and aro oc
cupying tho Harney Spry realdonco
on South SLxth street. Mr. Lewis
Is now chtof clerk for tho Southern
Utah nnd tho Costlo Valley rail
roads and preceded his family hero
a couplo of weeks. Tho Lowlses
wero for many yonrs residents ot
Costlo Onto and nro welcomed back
to Carbon county by a host of warm
frlonds. Since leaving hero Mr.
tawls has been purchasing agent
for tho PhclpS'Dodgo syndicate, op
erating big coal mines in Now Mox
tco. Ho Is stationed at Price.
Sunday Dinner From 13 to 2 nnd
d to 8, SO Conts.
C re mo a la Homo
Iloulllon on Tasso
Salmon Stwik Snuto, Lemon Huttor
Oyster Patties Supremo
Queon Fritters, Sauco Sabayon
Young Chlokon Stuffed, Otblot Sauce
Slashed Potntoos Oroon Uoans
Pooch Cobblor, Southorn Stylo
Wo also servo dally a club break
fast, 0:30 to 10:30, at 15o to 40c;
merchants' lunch from 12 to 2, 3Bo,
nnd tnblo d' hoto dlnnor from 0 to
8 p. m., COc
Dr. King plays upon tho emotions
of hts nudlonco as a violinist upon
an Instrument. Ono momont you
nro In tho depths of despair, and
tho next convulsed with laughter.
Ho appears at City Hall, Friday
night, at 8 o'clock.
Best potatoes in the land $1.15
per hundred weight. McKune
DMrlct court convenes at Price,
Monday, October 21st. (
Tho regular meeting of tho board (
of county commissioners will bo i
hold next Saturday, October 12th.
Frank Qrosso has sold tho Oar-
den 8tore to A. Wlllln, Into of 8un- '
nysldc, and K. llernardl, who comes '
to Prlc from 55lon. ,
H. (1. Mallard &. Co., goncrnl mer ,
chant at Thomptons, rwve dissolved
partnership. A. M. 8tarmount sue-
eeeds to the business. (
Ous Pappas hat taken out a '
wholal liquor license at Prioe.
This makes three wholesalers and (
ten retailers for tho city. i
The Wilson Cnfo has changed i
hands and is now known m the '
American Cofo. A Jnpatteso from
Snlt Lako City Is the now owner,
succeeding 11. K. Potter. ,
Mat Andlar haa fllnl suit In Uio !
district court at Prico to havo his '
hundred and sixty acres of land '
(homestead) segregated from tho
town of Hlnwathn. Tho land Is nd-
Jacont to Ulack Hawk also. i
Tho committee appointed by Uio
governor to rovlso tho stnto revenuo '
laws met Monday nt Salt Lako City
with tlio stnto board ot equalization ,
to prcparo a preliminary report.
This will rcqutro several sessions.
According to A. C. Nolson, atato '
superintendent of schools, about flf- '
teen moro teachers aro needod bo- '
foro tho scboots aro fully manned. ,
Ho says that positions may bo sc
cured for that number of competent '
Tho sUtt land board has author
ized tho boring of two experimental
artesian wells, ono nenr Modcna In
Iron county and tho oUier near Mon
ttccllo In San Juan county. Tho
wolls aro to bo six Inches In dia
meter. K. II. Thompson and W. A. Petty
yesterday loaded their llulck car for
shipment to Pueblo, Colo., from
which placo they wilt go overland to
tho Knst lu tho Interest of tho Pet
ty Dlrlglblo Headlight. They will ',
probably bo away thrco months,
That Moab can ralso sweet pota- '
toes such ns can bo cqunllcd by but I
few places has been demonstrated j
this year by J. A. Huff of that town. ;
Huff has bvon supplying tho local '
demand with theso delicious tubers,
somo ot which weigh thrco nnd four j
pounds each. i
J. H. Pettlt, stato intno Inspector, J
lU 'rtra jLdf. ,f Metier thai
a meeting ni tho examining board
for mlno foremen nnd flro bosses
for Carbon nnd Kmnry counties will
bo hold nt Price, October 30 and
31, It) 12, commencing at 0 o'clock
In tho forenoon.
Duck shooting begnr Tuesday,
October 1st, and will continue dur
ing tho untlro month. Shooting must
bo done between thirty minutes bo
foin sunrlio and thirty minutes af
ter sunset and no Individual hunter
may kill over twcnty-flvo birds In
lleglnnlng with tho first of Janu
ary, tho now parcels post law passed
by tho last congress will go Into ef
fect. Tliero Is much preliminary
work to bo done before tho now law
can bo put Into effect by tho post
offtco department, but this has al
ready beon started in Washington,
Prico has turned lu thirty thous
and four hundred flies to tho stato
"swnttlng" contest, twenty thous
and eight hundred ot theso bolng
credited to Miss Margaret Jones
and the remainder to a Ion Jones.
Dr. A. C. Sorenseu has given re
ceipts for this number, which makes
tho count official.
Thoro will bo a republican rally
at City Hall noxt Saturdny ovcnlng
nt which Hon. Ocorgo Sutherland
will bo tho speaker. Tliero will bo
good music and everyone Is Invited
to turn out. Ilesldes Senator Suth
erland there will be talks by local
oandldntes. This will bo tho open
ing gun of tho campaign In Prlct.
F. Arthur Oreonwnld nnd Bills K.
Smodborg, who nro traveling over
tho country by wagon doing mission
work for tho Utah Uospol mission,
will arrive In Price this week. On
Sunday morning tho former will oc
cupy tho pulpit at tho Methodist
ohurch. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to everyone to come out on
Hon. S. J. Harkness of Scoflold
having declined to allow his namo
to bo used on tho progressive party
ticket as a candldato for county
commissioner, W. T. Hamilton of
Holpor, n railroad conductor on tho
Sunnysldo ruu, has boon substitut
ed. Judgo Harkness Is for the re
publican ticket from constable to
FllAWK J ClISMsr uisktl oslli llitl liu U Uio
onlcirpsrlniTOftboflruior K. J. Ciisjjsr
0 loVni bu.lne.. In the flly of ToIMji,
County snJ HUlo sfonMld. . I . M
flrrawil iwr tho sum of ONK IIIJNDIIKII
1HHXAU8 for escli n4 every cte of t'stsrrh
bit cannot bo cured by tl. u of IUm.'s
"oVo'rnioSS.'fSn, m. . JSifiOT W
Ilall's Cstsrrti Cure It uken Internslly and
sou dlfectly on tue blood and inucuous fur.
fn of tho rHom. Send for teitlironltll,
face or no,,J'g,EWM.J, Co.. Toledo, t)
bSS' by all Drug-slits, Wo. Hall's amOy
rilltsr lis belt.
Kentucky Liquor House I m
At The Old Lovvcuatcin Building: ffiPflH
Harry Qesas, Prop. mBBIBJ
The Largest Mail Order Liquor House i IB
I West of Denver ij H
The Pollovvlnjj List Is n Sample of Our Prices . HH
BOURDON and RYE WHISKIES WINES I (flHl
BOTTLED IN BOND X Port Full Qt. $ .35 Gallon, $ .75 MjH
; - n,, XX Port " .50 1.25 j gfH
Old Crow, Full Quart, $1.60 Sherry .50 1.25 J, ! VIH
Old Taylor 1.50 Muscat " .50 1.25 kJssssH
rAr rnk i en Tokay .75 2.00 0 H
Cedar Brook 1.50 A jQ , 25 JM M
Sunny Brook 1.35 Claret .20 .65 w M
Amity 1.25 Burgundy" .50 1.25 J; K,
Guckenhclmer . 1.25 Z,nhnd " '50 " , '"
r.nii, nK ... i MILWAUKEE and ST. LOUIS , A- M
Canadian Club . ' 1.75 BOTTLED LAGER BEERS j 1 k M
Kentucky Crystal . 1.25 ImSu Per Doz. la
Winchester Club 1.25 Budweiser $.30 $3.00 ' fi M
Monarch " 1.00 Lemps .25 2.50 ( j H
Black & While Scotch " 1.75 r)chJ,t. n, 'l 5'f2 , WllH
. , . . . . Red, While & Blue .25 2.50 I QpH
188 Pure Grain Alcohol " 1.00 Wagner, Salt Lake .20 2.00 yf'H
I Grape Brandy " 1.00 Brown Stout .20 2.00 , H
ni.r,u,rrl, n.,nJi. u ic Soda Water .15 1.65 ' ' i il
; Blackberry Brandy '75 Mineral Water ' .20 2.00 J.
i:XPItK88 PAID ON I'OUIt QUAIITS Oil OVUIl ON ALL WHI8KIH8 AND WINKS IN UTAH. Jj
Pree Delivery .,
Phone 1S3 Price Utah
SHTHie ISJxa Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 without Bath S . If rfl
I me jew it $2 00 wjth Bath g tj
1 udVllj tlUlul Popular Price Cafe in Connection vJTTB
W Club Uroakfast from C;30 to 10:30, ICo to 40c. Stf 'fj ffi rVH
K' I'Ili:i) K WOOD, .Manager. MorcJmnta Lunch. 12 to 2, 3Gc. M f ' H
g PIUCB. UTAH. Table d hoto Dinner. 0 to 8. COO. X t M
Tho case of Oaotono Uallucl, alias
John Tedosco, ngnlust tho Castlo
Valley Coal company uu boon trans
ferred from tho Third District court
to tho United Statca District court.
Tho suit Is for ten thousand dollars
damages Oallucl alleges Is duo him
for Injuries received whllo working
In tho company's mines nt Mohrland
In Kmory county.
Tho thirty-fourth annual Utah
stato fair camo to a closo at 10
o'clock last Saturday night after
four days of fair weathor nnd two
days of tho worst weathor Imagin
able. Thoro Is no doubt that had
Friday nnd Saturday beon up to tho
first four days ot the woek In tho
matter of woathor, tho stato fair of
1912 would havo broken all records
Iloo culturlsts will ask tho noxt
legislature to pass a law providing
for n stnto Inspector ot bees, ac
cording to n doclslou made nt n
mooting ot members ot tho Utah
lleo Owners' association at Salt I.akq
City last wcok. Thu commlttco agi
tating this question comprises K. II,
Hawkins, American Kork, president;
A. Fawson, (Irautsvlllo, first vice
president; Henry Taufor, Salt Lake
City, second vice presldont, and J.
C Honagor, Salt Lake City, secre
tary and treasurer.
Wednesday's Salt Lake Tribune
says: "There won't bo enough
men at work on this division of tho
Deavor nnd Uio Orando a woek from
next Thursday to operate trains,"
said a railroad man from Holpor
yestorday as ho watched Marty lto
nn, tho clover lightweight, at his
training. Uowan Is an omployo ot
the railroad at Helper and Is Im
mensely populnr with his follow
workers, all of whom will want to
be at tho ringside when tholr favor
Ito boxos Harry Hrower." Ilowan
and IJrower fight nt tho Salt Lake
thoator at .Ion tonight.
Yestorday at. noon whllo Dr. F.
P, Amo was nt lunch Bomoono en
tered jiitt office and stolo a bottlo of
dental gold. Tho doctor at onco
got busy, going to tho Lewis Jowel
ry company and tolling thorn to
keop a lookout for nnyono offering
such an nrttclo for salo. About C
o'clock a stranger wont Into tho
Jewelry storo nnd offered tho con
tents of tho bottlo for solo. Lewis
at onco sont for Dr. Arao, who roc
ognliod tho gold and tho fellow was
arrested and placed in Jail. "When
soarchod a corapleta kit of burglar
tools was found on him. Ho was
locked up ponding further Investigation.
! 1U W. CHOOKl.TT, President. I H..M,K IHOH I 3' fJs
!; u. it iximiuHJi:, Secretary. established lays $U
The Largest and Strongest Local Fire Insurance ' ;( iSUM
Agency Tn the State. M
R. W. Crockett & Co. i
General Insurance Agents. !; A WM
Losses Adjusted and Paid From This j! '
Office, No Contested Claims, jU H
Exceptional Facilities For i; fl
Handling Any Lines, if K
Large or Small. - ; j
'; Abstracters of Titles For Carbon County Under $I0, ;! jHi S
000.00 Bonds. Price River Valley Farm Lands ; W , '
and Fruit Orchards. City Property. 3 fl
! ALFALFA SEED II
Sweet Clover Seed : ffll
We are now ready to buy it. Inquire at Omaha ! HilL
office, also O. J. Bracken, Vernal, Utah, or O. raiH
il. Bracken, Roosevelt, Utah. Our reprcscnta- ! flilllj
tive O. J. McGlynn will be stationed at Hunting- liff'
! ton, Emery county, where he may be addressed. J Snl'
;! The Nebraska Seed Co- ! "Ini'l
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