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K J PAGC ElaUT. rttD KASTEKX UTAnAUVOCATK, Till HSUAY. OPT. 10. 1018. 'T
1 SHEEP MARKET IS '
I QUITE UNSETTLED
Present. Unsatisfactory Conditions Cannot Last;
H j ' Long Is the Prediction of the Wise
H Ones Cattle and Wool.
K Corrospondenco Tlio Aihoontc.
B KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct. 5. Cnt-
H j do received licro this week 84,100,
B 1 InBt week 70,700, samo nock Inst
K year 82,200 head. Tlio lotnt tills
K week Includos cloven thousand hend
B ' i of calves, nnd tho largest of the
V lonnoti, Prices on mlddlo clnss kill-
lng steer doollncd first of tho
Bt , week, which Imil a tendency to ro-
K I duco shipments nfler Wednesday.
IB ' Dcnlcrs nay thoro will lie two inoro
BSB ( weeks of heftvy nuppllos, In which
BV en no thoro may ho inoro price ro-
m ( duetlons on mlddlo grades, though
BV' prim caattlo aro safo nnd bulcjicr
Bft,' kinds find n ready outlet. Block
BBT , rnttlo hold up firm thta week, but
BBV focdors followed In tho wnko of tho
BBl' declining mlddlo clmw beet ulcers.
BBE Admitting tho Iombo slnco tho mid-
BV dlo of August, beef ulcers still ro
Bfir mnln about fl.CO hlghor thnn n
BBj,, ' yenr ngo, nnd feeder nro $1.25
BBl, hlghor thnn thon. Intlnnn nnd II
BBt: Itnols distilleries begnn buying ptnln
BX, feeders hero this wotk for their
BBK winter stop feeding, Inking fifty
BB 'I loads nl nround $0.76. East year
BBF tkoso buyers got their cnttto hero
BBt . In August, nt nbout $4. GO. Tlicso
BBB' r distillery cattlo sold In Ctlcngo this
BBl j spring nnd enrly summer nt $8.60
BBm1 to $0.00, making tho focdira n bar-
BllllK rol of monrr. Colorado litef utenrs
BBl J have sold nl $0.00 to $8.C0 horo
BBS J this week, nnd qunrnntlno stcors
BBM ' aro soiling nt $4.26 to $6.00, tho
BBK ' latter being highly mixed in quality.
BBl I Itango grais cows nnd hotfors of do-
Bj 'j cont qunllty hnvo sold this weok nt
BJ . $4.60 to $0.16, bulls n quarter high
BE j or, $4.10 to $6.60, veals n shndo
BBl towor, best $0.60.
BK. j Blicrp recolved hero this week
BV ..: 70,600, last wook C8.400, snmo week
BBl; J Inst yenr 02,000 head, llocolpts
M f contlnuo to 'upset thoorles of deal
BBvTt ors, who hnvo nit figured an re-
BBlf I d u cod supplies, ns compared with
BBl' Inst yenr, this fall. Instead, gains
Bah. havo been mnda continually. Host
BBH lambs now bring $0.60, reeding
BBm lambs $6.60 to $6.80, fat owes
BBB $3.00 to $3.60. wolhors up to $3.86.
BBu 4 As soon ns Tcctdpts tall o(( n llltlo
BBBfl therg. should bo n quick reversal of
BBBjf prwont unsatisfactory conditions.
IITLE WOOL IEFT
BBB In Coiuciiumru of WliUli Hnle Arw
BBB Ilapldly llctitivdiig.
B ilOSTON', Mom., Oct. D. Bale of
BBH' wool contlnuo to decrease, tho total
BBHj for tho wook being estimated nt not
BB orer ouo nnd n half million pound.
BBB) including both domestic nnd foreign.
BBBi Statistically, however, tho mnrkot
BBB contlnuo In excellent condition, nnd
BBB ' the tendlni! houses appear to havo
BB' n strong bollet In prasont values.
BBB,! Donlors say that thero Is prnclleal-
ily no ncoumulatlon of wool In tho
storehouses, mills having taken up
all wools purchased ns soon as tho
dealer wcro ready to ship thorn.
. From tho manufacturers' stand
BBH. point, tho situation Is also a vory
BBB J strong one, tlio light weight sonson
BBB; having brought n largo snlo of goods
BBH which tho purchases of wool nl-
BBB rondy recorded aro no inoro than
BBB sufficient to cover. It Is believed
BBB that tho mills nro carrying no moro
BBB wool than la necessary to thorn on
BBH I tho orders already booked, With
BBBi domestic wools cleared up, u largo
BBH volume of orders for goods booked
BBB by tho mills, and all foreign markota
BBB strong nnd advancing, tho outlook
BBB Is exceptionally strong and premises
BBB a mnlntonanco of prices In tho lm-
BBB' modlnto futuro.
BBB Thero Is comparatively llttlo wool
BBB ' left In tho country. Buch being tho
KH case, tho supply available until tho
B clip of 1013 comes forward In likely
BB to bo short of actual requirements.
BBH In splto of the present lull In buy-
BBB lng, iio break In prtcos can bo notod.
BBB In fact, such ealea as nro reported
I No Trust Meat
I Grocery Market
H Wo carry at all times tho
B (' bost In tho way of lleof,
BBH. i, l'ork, Mutton and Sausage ',
HBBJ' ', Tolophono your orders and
HftBtj ' thoy will bn promptly tilled (
HBkI ,' and delivered. Wo are now
HBHi. J in a bettor position than over ;
BBt: (, beforo to supply your wants.
Hj :; Best Line of Staple and
H : GGnGr0CGlGSlnieGIy ji
HR i JOSEPH JONES, Prop.
B ' I'Jiono No. 21. I'rlco, Utah.
BHHr S' -' TT, iWyiifr-yi
hnvo been mndo ftt old prices, or In
rnro oases at n trlflo above prelous
quotations. For Instance, Ohio
quarter blood wool hns sold at thir
ty cents. Good sized sales aro nlso
noted of Ohio flno unwashed do
Inlno nt twenty-eight cents, but
othor fleeces nro cither clennc.1 up
or neglected tor tho moment
Original bag territories havo been
rather moro quiet, though stilt quot
able at twenty-four to twenty-four!
nnd n half cents for Montana, .
twenty-two cents for Idaho, twonty,
to twonty-two cents for Colorado j
nnd Now Mexico and sovontccn to
twenty cents for Wyoming. Grndod!
territories havo been rather quiet,!
but scoured territories havo been
fairly active, willo pulled wools nro
attracting more attention on tho ba
sis of fifty-two to fltty-thrco conts.
Texas wools have boon In fair do
mnnd, good sited bates being report
ed at twenty-ono nnd a half conts.
California wools aro very quiet, n
small tot of cliolco Humboldt wool
having changed hands at twonty
seven conts, nil extreme prtco for
n very cliolco lot.
London continues to report a vory
What llcroniiH i.f Mali Order Money
Ktil tit Clilrng" IMrlnlly,
Thoso of tho community who bo
llovo Mint tho largo Chicago mall
order houses sell tholr merchandise
nt cost or near cost might reflect n
llttlo over recent gifts to charity
ruado by Julius Ilosenwnld, presi
dent of Senrs, Itoebuck & Co.,
which alio presents tho ndded les
son thnt none of the profits of the
concern which coma from tho farm
ers and others Is over distributed
for tho benefit of rural communi
ties. Instead It goes to Chicago
chnrllles. Ilosenwnld on his flflloth
blrthdny anniversary celebrated re
cently was tilled with so much
crntltudo toward tho public that ho
gnvo away six hundred nnd eighty
seven thousand dollars, and every
cont of It went to soino Chicago
charity except one gift to Hooker
T. Wnshlngton to ntd educational In
stitutions for colored people. In re
nllty, It Is not IlOHonwnld who Is
aiding Chicago charities, but resi
dents of this and every othor com
munity who patronlxo tho malt or
der houses. A lot of money of this
community goes to tho Chicago
mail order Institutions. "Charity
begins nt homo." Havo nuy of our
people over heard of old man Ho
sonwnld sending money back ioro
to help tho schools nnd churches or
to provide bettor roads or other Improvements?
I't'TS KXI TO ItAl IIAIIir.
Things novor took bright to ono
with "tho blues." Ten -to tino tho
trouble. Is n sluggish liver, filling
tho systom with bilious poison, thnt
Dr. King's Now 1.1 fo 1MIU would ex
pel. Try I hem. Let tho Joy of
bottor feelings end "tho bluos."
Host for stomach, llvor and kid
neys. Twonty-flvo cents. All deal
ers. Thomas Fouls Is opening an of
flco on North Ninth street, whoro
ho will engage In tho prnctlco of
law until such tlmo as moro suit
able quarters nro found. Tho gon
tlomnn recently passed ono of the
best examinations In his chosen pro
fession ovor conducted beforo tho
stnto supremo court. Hui many
friends nnd acquaintances wish him
the grentost of success.
Now hats arriving dally at Miss
Kennody'a at all prices.
ix tiii: iiiHTiiicr coriiT or Tin:
Sovonth Judicial District, County of
Carbon, 8tnto of Utnh. In tho Mat
ter of tho Application of Mat And
lar Asking that tho Northeast Quar
ter of tho Northwest Quarter nnd
tho North Halt of tho Northeast
Quarter, Bee. 34, Twp, 16 South,
lUugq 8 Kast, Salt I.nko Meridian,
Ilu Disconnected From tho Town of
Hiawatha. Notice To tlio Town
of Hiawatha, Carbon County, Stnto
of Utnh, to Its Trustees and to tho
Inhabitants Thereof: You nnd each
of you will ploaso tako notice that
Mat Andlnr has filed his potttlon In
tho nbovo entitled court asking and
seeking that'lho northoast quarter
ot Sec. 34, Twp. 16 South, Ilango 8
East, Salt Lake morldlau, bo dis
connected from tho town ot Hiawa
tha and that a hearing upon said
petition is horoby set for the 28h
day ot Octobor, 1912, In tho court
room of tho nbovo named court at
tho hour ot 10 o'clock a. m. ot said
day, and you aro horoby required to
appoar and contest tho granting of
tjio snmo within said tlnio or bo
forever barrod. A. w, McKINNON,
Clork, per Joslo FltzUorald, Deputy.
C. 8. Price, Attorney for Petitioner.
First pub. Oct. 10; last OcU 17-12.
I Evervdav kmMwJfPi
I Prion? bsfefc
j nibco. p&
1 ' Don't forget that we have the best line Suit Cases 98c, - - Extra good valu
I of Ladie's Coats for the least money. Trunks, - - - $1.98, $2.49 and up
I tplU VfllUCS TOf tfV.VV Boys' Caps of all kinds. Childrens' Sweat.
( $15 Values for $9.90 Ll!r!T;
I Look our line over and compare our val- Infants' Knit Wear, Caps and Hoods, Lty
1 ucs before making your fall purchases. gings, Drawers, Knit Suits and Sacquej.
I The Golden Rule Store
;! ANNOUNCEMENT j
HntliiK purchiinnl llm Mock, bufduc nnd gixnl Mill of ',
I'rlco) Mi-At nml (InKcry Co., o lutlUi Uio peoplo of lrlc j
1 1 nnd HiirniiindliiK counti-)- to our pica of IiiihIiipm) If for no-
i thing moro than that ho may gel acquainted. , i
1 1 II will bo our nlm to haiidtn only tlio !hv1 lit McuIj.,
r 2r.MV.rli4, 1'nMli.cr, VTrtVlli-, 1'rulU null Hlmllrtir'Mer-" '
ij rlmndUo nt Um lonrt Milbli pilrnt, qunllty cinmldeml. i'
S For Uio next few days vits nro goliig to mnUo n Hptxlnl ',
run on IVnchcN for rannlng. ('
'I (MUltOX COl'XTV UO.M.MISSIOX CO., V
i1 .Main Htnrt, llnnl it I tank", I'rlre, L'tnli. '
! II. UAXnOM'II, Managrr." 3
j: Laborers, Teamsters and Station ;
j; Men Wanted. i
j; For Construction work on new i
; railroad building from Black Hawk to i
!; Castle Gate. For above work we i
; will pay good wages. j!
i; UTAH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.
A. Bowman, Manager, Black Hawk. ;!
THO DENVEIt AND HIO OUANDB
.National Irrigation Coiigrvns,
Ctnli Htnto l'n I r nml Kiicoh,
Ii. irt'H. l-'nll Confcnnco,
i lUdlef nnd Primary Atuoclatlnn,
l'rom Ogdon, lllnghum, Ooshon
nnd Inlermodlato points, Goptoinber
30th to Octobor Gth. Pinal limit
' October 12 th.
, Prom Eureka, Mammoth, silver
lIlM StntTlf cl,5r. JSoptombor 29th to October
UllW JlllglU th. Pinal limit October 12th.
Prom Park City and Hober
HJITA TAr fllA branches Soptombor 29th to Octo-
KUO 1U1 UlC ber 0th. Pinal limit October 12th.
Prom all othor points la Utah,
Unttn1 Trin September 29th to Octobor 5lh.
IVUUIIU lliy. Pinal limit October ICth.
Special sorvlco from Utnh coun-'-
ly juMuta. Seo agent for furthor
I. A. DENTON, O. A. I D.,
, Salt tako City,
P. A WADLEIOH, O. P. A.,
jMEiiSsitlMiss3tfk3MtS''.'Ji&. i ' r Z3. t
PAMOL'H OKATOIt AXD
iicmoiiiht co.Mixti iii;iu:
Under tho nuiplcos ot tho Car
bon County High nchool, Dr. Myron
King, tho noted orator from
Pittsburgh, Pa., will ftirnWh enter
tainment nt City Hall, Prlday
night, October 11th. Dr. King la
acknowledged as ono ot tho most
entertaining speakers on tho Ameri
can platform todny. Ho always
speaks to packed houses lu tho larg
est cities ot tho nation. I'rlco Is
to bo congratulated on having tho
privilege of henrlng this "past
grand mnstcr of his art."
NOTICE TO STUDENTS-Thoso nl
tcndlnc tho Carbon' County High
school may havo a rent homo for
tho season. Apply now for rooms
Everything tho boat for tho low
est prlco. Proper chnporonago.
Seo Mm. Magdtel, Ilox 14, Prlco,
Utnh, the lverion dwelling.
IP YOl PAY il.I,P OP THE
IIUIITH YOU OWE TO YOUIU
HUM', YOL"!.!, UK A1H.E TO
PAY Al.lj THE DUHTH YOU
OWE TO OTHIlltS I
You "owe It to jourwtr' to
IIUY WIHKI.Y. If then.'!, n
cluuiro to mako iino dollar wnn
Jim as vwdl ni two ilnllani or
dlmirlly, do (m t to
nui-Mlf" to find tult !,,;
If thero nro c banco to sao
fho dollars on n milt of ilothen,
or on it driM, ,,wo of frn.
turt, n Jewelry purchase, n
trunk, on llm monthly grocery
bllln, llm iiiouih'H oK.idltunn
for hhiKi, Jmt.s, liabcrtlilrdicry,
ou "uim It 0 joiirwlf" huix
lj to find thifto tlinncesl Komu
of our friend nro finding hiuIi
clmnct-H Al.li THE TIME I They
nro mluitlH'meiit mulcrM, f
Ho, If jnii uoiild pay ,mo f
tlm iuoi.t Important nnd urgent
of tho ilibts that joii H0 to
jountelf, lM-cim0 m, ndu-rtlso-iiwnt
rwuli.w ,,UT ,,f ,
C V. McWHIXXEV
Will practice In all tho courts
o ho sta o. OfflM first door "ol?
of Tho Advooato, Price, Utah.
O. hTANLW PIUUE
Practlcos in all tho courts Offlco
tho MilM Building, price, Xh!
lir.GEIUM imoi. mm, co.
42B Atlas niock, 8lt Ulco Olty.
"J. Htzgerald, Attornoy.
"We'll go your bonds." n w
Orockott & Co., Price, Utah. '
V. I. MVIXOHTO.N
Wator and mining lltifttlKi
spoclal attention. Land ButUs,
lections nnd all legal tnuUct,
prnctlco In nil tho court I
Park Ilulldlng, Bait Lak CUr.t
Samuel A. King CUudiLI
KI.NO i KI.NO
Commercial Illock, Bait IA
w. ii. i-'itvi:
Practices In all courts of tii
Also In tho fodoral courti.'OSi
First Natlonnl Hank, I'rlft.C
. A. IVI.'IWO.N
Will prnctlco in a'l tt w
(ho stato. Offico at ro
North Eighth Street, on UkE
Main, Price, Utah.
Ii. O. Hoffmann V
HOPPMAN.V Jl WOODS i
Will practice In all th w
tho stnto. Offlco at tht f
court houso, Price, rtsb. )
ItlCIIAltl) 11. T11LK.MA.V
Will practlco In all !
fodornl courU. 222 DoMM'
inc. Bolt I.nko City, UUb.
it. ii. (ioirr.MAX
Succossor to Dr. Taome. &
nations and ostlmates f. J
ovor Commorclul and Bsrltf"
Phono 103, Price, Utah
A. V. HOHEXHEX I
Pliysiclnn nnd Sw-'
Bpoclallst in women's w
dron'a dlsoaaos. flcnertl
and wodlclno. Office, Off?
nnd Savings Hank IlulWW r
84, Prlco, Utah.
D. O. StcDOXAIiD
Contractor and ll""
Estlmatoa glvon on oil Jr
work. Phono 40 A, Prk- m
It. J, TUUNEIl J
Civil nml Mlnli'tf ?,'
Survoys ot nil kinds. ,
amlnntionB and repon j,
lands. P. O. ox 32, 'rlc" ,
J. Ii. OWEN j
Contractor and H"11 j
Estlmatoa furnishod. vbfy
P. O. Ilox 228, Fri n