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S THK EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THIKSDW, oy g, tn2. rAQR THREE. IfllflYflfli
I We Have Sixteen Hundred
I Tons of Nut Coal on Hand. j
I Bring Your Team and Load
I Five Tons for - $15.00
I Ten Tons for $27.50
I Our Prices on Ton Lots of Flour, Grain or Mill Stuff
I Are Always Attractive
IMcKune Forwarding Co.
I Price, Utah. ;
fOr MILLER 1
I GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I COLTON, UTAH.
I New Store and New Stock at New
Location where you can Always get
I Hay and Grain at Reasonable Prices. :
I Come to the New Place and
I Get Outfitted Properly.
kvhen You Are In Need Of )
I MINE CARS
I IRON OR BRASS CASTINGS J
I ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS
I MODERN HEATING AND PLUMBING J;
I STRUCTURAL STEEL AND IRON j
Let Us Furnish Estimates For You. Wc Build and Repair I
All Kinds of Machinery. Prompt Service In nil Cases.
fROVO FOUNDRY & MACHINE COMPANY
HL Provo, Utah.
H RETAIL LIQUOR MERCHANTS. i
Hsunuysldo, Castle Oato, Winter Quartors and Clear Crcok, Utah. j,
H nothing nirr Tin: rest in htook.
Fine Wine, Brandies", Boors and Cordials tor Iho Family Trade. i
BE Tool and llllard Tables.
I TRAVELERS TO COLORADO AND
BJ TUB EAST.
t Should ic-locl a routo famed for Its
Sconlo Attractions and Suporlor
Train Sorvlco.
THE DENVER AND RIO (3RANDB
RAILROAD
Tho Scenlo Lino or tho World,"
B This Routo offora tho "Back
Mr"""""" Eoat" Travelers moro varied sconlo
H attractions, that can bo soon from
tho car windows without oxtra ox-
ponso for sldo trips, than any other
L line.
B Soiling dates October 10th and
f 10th. November 23d , and 86th, and
VVPrV December 21st and 23d, 1912.
01 f Through Standard and TourUt
-,. ilooplng cars dally to Dnw.lto
YMIIq ft aas City, St. Louis, Omaha and Chi-
"1 110 U "sUi-BRB DININO CAR SERVICE
Dinlsii. I Fwb and full particulars will bo
rlPTIirOl choorfully furnUhed ion application
MUlUIUi to any Rio Qrando agent.
I. A. UENTON, O. A. I. D..
8alt Lake City.
. P. A. WADLEIOH, a. P. A.,
Denver, Colorado.
My Wife and Four
Children
Aro tho (Ivo reason given by u
man ot property (or declining to
sign nn official suroty bond and
what five stronger reason could bo
elven by any man for refutlnc to
Jeopardize tho futuro ot his famUy
and nullify tho provisions ho has
uado tor tho preservation ot Ms
homo and tho competency ho has set
asldo for old bro?
Refusal to slRn a personal nure
ty bond Is no Injustice to oven your
nearest and dearest friend who Is
elcctod to public office. Tho fow
dollars necessary to socuro a corpor
ate bond Is tho ono best Investment
any public official can make. It
leaves him a frco agent--under ob
Mentions to no mnn for personal favors,
And, then, why should you as-
sumo such a risk? That thcro Is .
an ever present risk has been
proven over nnd ovor, as ovldonccd (
by the law which make It Impos
slblo for any man to qualify for a
public offlco of trust and responsi
bility until ho has filed an ncceptl- ,
bio bond. Is It right or fair that ,
you should pcrsonnlly tuMUino tho ,
risk which tho lawnuikers Jiavo de- ,
elded Is too groat for tho eommun-
tty at large to assume?
You may think you know your (
man nnd that ho Is, like Caesar's
wife, nbovo susplolon, and, like tit. ,
king, can do no wrong. Rut what
means -Jinvo you of knowing tho ,
man whoso bund you have idgned
Is executing his trust In exnot ac
cord mice with tho law, or that his
books are accurate at all times?
Tlie United Htato l-'ldellty and
(limrnuty compuny, Baltimore, Mil.,
spends a large sum annually la a
careful supervision of tho methods
ot tho public official for whom It
becomes surety. This Is proof ooa
clustvo that such notion Is u vital
i necessity nnd posslblo only to n
1 corporation with lurgo resources at
1 Us command. I.KT UH QUOTE YOU
I RATES
; R. W. Crockett & Co
i (Advertisement.)
to "h ink experiment
well at monticello
Tho letting of a contract for the
drilling of a stato experiment well
near Montlcello In San Juan county
has been delayed because of tho
falluro ot certain nuwspapers in
that iart of tho stato to print tho
advortUomonts for bids Issued by
tho stato land board.
Tho bids will bo advertised again
nnd the contract lot as soon ns the
legal requirements have boon com
piled with. The woll is oxpoctcd to
cost between twenty-Jive hundred
and four thousand dollars.
It will bo the eighth experiment
woll tho stato land board has drilled
u nU or tho law passed by the 1011
legislature. 1
A NIGHT OP TERROR.
Few nights nro more terrible than
that of a mother looking on her
child choking and gasping for
breath during an attack ot croup
and nothing In the bouse to relieve
It. Many mothers havo passed nights
of torror In this situation. A llttlo
forethought will enable you to avoid
all this. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Is a certain euro for croup and
has never boon known to fall. Keep
it nt hand. For sale by all dealers.
Advt.
My now goods havo arrived and
can supply you with most anything
In tho furnlturo lino. The second
hand stock will bo placed within a
fow days. Sumner, noxt to Ballln
, gor's. Advt.
11 1 GOAL
FIELDS OF CARBON
(lltEAT INTEHlltBAN ELEfllttt'
MST11M IS PLANNED.
ltni OipltnlM SaUI in lime
ll4iuKlii Hi,. ttniiitiergvr Line mill
Llkel) In IMeiul In Ttitio lllirv
tloiu From 'Ion .North, In Hie
South nnd On In KnMern I tali.
Senator Simon Bamberger l re
ported to havo sold bin Salt I-ake
and OriIni Interurbun line to M.
11. Ilerele) of Chicago, representing
Eastern capitalists, who aro to lire
ll as the basis for a statu utile sys
tem of electric roads In Utah, pene
trating Inter Cncho Valley, Southern
Utah territory nnd the coal rcRlons
of Carbon and Emery counties. For
many years Ilercley was an official
of the Chicago Hallway company,
one cf the largest traction corpora
tions la existence. A few months
ngo he obtained a year's leave of
nbucnce and began' negotiating for
the control of tho Inlorurban lines
of Utah Thcso negotiations have
thus far proceeded so successfully
that he Is arranging to sever Ills
connection with the big ChlcnKO
corporation nnd take active eharge
ot the affairs of the Intel-urban
lines of ftah.
Those familiar with llcreley's fi
nancial associates say lui Is backed
In thlt enterprise by practically un
limited capital and that tho very
near futuro will see the realization
ot tho dream ot electric tnterurban
railway connection with over" cc
lion of the state.
Oilier Plans In Vlavt.
Other plans for Inlorurban lines
which havo been more or less In
prospect, but which appear now to
bo approaching realization, contem
plate an oxtonslou to the K.utorti
Utah coal fields, nnd extensions
from Nephl south o Heaver and on
Into the rich Dixie country In Wash
ington county.
Tho Bamberger line, the Rectos
lino nnd the proponed lino to Pay
son are In tho henrt of the richest
valleys in tho West. Tho Snll Lake
and Ogdcn Is In tho rich valley be
tween the two most populous cities
In the state. Rich bunch land In
this valley prcvldcs soil for somu of
tfio best orchards In the state. This
valley Is welt watered by an ox
tenslve IrrlRntlon system. Much of
the land In tho foothills U being
IR1 under cultivation nnd within
a few years will yield n rich harvest
ot fruit.
Itlcli Valley U Tiiun-M-tl.
From Ogden In BrlRhnm City the
electric lino pflK through the greti
peaoh country of Box Elder and
I'acho counties. Here are grown
vast iuantllle of poaches, and the
horticultural area of this rich r
K(cn Is lining extended annually
through more extensive Irrigation.
Tributary to the proposal elec
rle line through Utah count) are
nearly a score of prosperous little
rltles and towns and soma' of the
most productive land In tho statu.
This electric Hue will help the or
chanllsts of Provo Bench market
their abundant supply of fruits and
will prove u boon to-tho farmers
and townspeople throughout Utah
county.
Tii Tup Owl I'lelils.
South and oast of Utah county
are tho groat coal Molds of Carbon
and Emery counties, and plans for
tho new IntVrurliaii lino Include tho
tapping of those coal fields. Tho
new coal road will probably connect
with tho onsturn terminus of the
Intorurbau system and load electric
coal ours with coal for UIbIi con
sumers. This would provo tho solu
tion for the annual problom of a
coal famine and, In all probability,
occasion an uppreclnblo reduction In
tho price of coal to Utnh consumers.
Tho deal for the purchase and
extension of the tnterurban lines of
tho statu Is ono of tho most Impor
tant over consummated In Utah, and
It probably means more In the de
velopment ot the state than any
contomplatod In recent years. With
tho establishment ot a complete in
terurbnu systora throughout the
state, tho value of Utah farms nnd
tho prosperity and population ot
Utah towns will materially lnoreaso.
MIHHioN PROPAGANDA
OP ALBERTA .MOHMONH
RAYMOND, Nov. 14. Tlirco hun
dred Mormon missionaries from
Mormon towns south of Lothbrldge,
nro to engage In what will be the
groatost mission propaganda ever
Inaugurated In Southern Alberta.
Work Is to be conducted during the
winter months, and all torrltory
south of tho main lino of tho Cana
dian Paclflo railroad will bo touch
od. Tho mission Is under President
Brandley, formor presldont of tho
Swiss mission, nnd ho will havo as
sisting )ilm buslnobs men ami farm
ers of tho best ability procurable.
Tho plan Is ono which has recently
boon adopted In Utah, whero It was
found to bo very successful.
CRYSTAL BROOK WHISKY Qua
ker Maid Ryo the two best over
sold in Price only by J. B. For
rostor at tho "Q. P." Ask for
these popular brands.
W. I III IS. '
1 VIWSINI
l N. CAMERON AND .1. E. PITT.
tit on nxEctrm i: iioutu.
I'oni PHxturer f Four Ktnle t.'et I
Together mill Omanlp Aclii
lion For the Betterment of Uie
tmtiKtry lit Uio Wel Net Meet
lutt In '!" the Coming War. I
W. B. Williams, general superin
tendent of the Utah Fuel company,
was elected vlco president of tho
Rooky Mountnln Coal Mining Insti
tute when Its organization was com
pleted nt a meeting hold In Denver
last Thursday. F. N. Cameron,
genernl mnnngcr of tho Sharp coal
properties, nnd J. E. Pettlt, stnto
eoal mine Inspector In Utah, were
unmed member of the executive
committee cf tho Institute The
charter membership, representing
every coat mine operator In I'tah,
Colorado, Wyoming nnd New Mexi
co, consists ot two hundred fifty
prominent coal initio owners. The
object of the Institute will be the
oxchangn of Ideas In regard to coal
mining nnd the decreasing of aecl
Will Miit In '.dm.
Tho next meeting of the Institute
will bo held In Salt Lnko City noxt,
June. Provision Is made In tho
constitution for meetings In Jutin,
and November of each year. The
November meeting next year ls
scheduled for Albtniueriiue, N M ,
and tho Juno mooting In 1014 will
bo held In Cheyenne, Wyo. In No
vember, 1014, another suasion will
bo hold In Denver, giving each ot
tho four stales represented In tho
organization a meeting every two
years.
E. II. Wollzell, manager ot the
fuel department of tho Colorado
Fuel and Iron company of Pueblo,
was the unanimous choice for presi
dent. Four vlco presidents, ono
from each state, woro elected. Utah,
W. II. Williams, general superin
tendent of thn Utnh Fuel company!
Colorado, W. J. Murrny, vlco presi
dent of the Victor-American Fuel
company uf Denver; Now Mexico,
T. II. O'Brien, gonornl manager ot
the Slag Canyon Fuel company ot
Dawson; Wyoming, Frnnk A. Man
ley, general manager of the Union
Pacific Coal company of Omaha
Coiiimllti'e Member. I
In addition to the president nnd
vlco presidents, who will be mem
bers ex-offUlo, these men wero
elected mombers of the executive I
committee. Utnh, F. NStUnmorou,
Halt Ukc City, and J. E. Pettlt. i
Coalville; Colorado John P. Thom
as, tlloiiwood, and C. W. Babcook,
Dsnver, New Mexico, D. II. Summer
vllle, (llbsou, and Alan French, Ra
mi; Wyoming, P. J. Quenly, Kem
merer, and II. C. Campbell Rock
ttprlngs. F. W Whiteside of Den
ver was named as secretary. Dues
worn fixed at two dollar per year.
Jauie Dalrymplu, Colorado stato
coal mine Inspector, produced atn
Unties (o show that only two states
In tho union have ns high a death
rate from mine accidents a any ono
state In tho new organization.
From 190& to lull, Inclusive, ho
suld, thorn havo been three hun
dred fifty-four deaths In Colorado
ooal mine from falling of rouk and
three hundred two deaths In gas
and dust explosions. The rate Is
twenty deaths for every million tons
of coal mined.
POSTOFFICEJIGHT ON
roloiiulo Deiiiorrat lnll On
"TiiniliiU llm ItaicnU Out."
Democrats In tho smaller towns
nnd village of Coloiwdo are M)
wrought up over tho order of Presi
dent Tnft, placing fourth-am post
master undor the civil service rules
and thereby making them lifetime
appointees unless romovod for cause,
that thoy havo started petitions to
bo presented to Woodrow Wilson,
president-elect, asking him to re
scind the order aa one of his first
official acts.
The democrats who nro loading
nro thoso who own store In the
smnllor towns. Thoy wont tho re
publican storokeepers ousted from
tho poatofflces because of tho ad
vantage It gives In the sale of
goods.
The Colorado storekeepers arc
going to tako tho Initiative and
draw up a strong petition sotting
forth tho Injustice of tho Tnft or
der and tho fact that the thlrty
flvo thousand postmasters of the
fourth class all over the country
will be able to hold together n for
midable maohlno In tho country dis
tricts. Tho llttlo follows not only
want tho trado mid tho little salary
of tho postmaster, but thoy want
the opportunity to take tholr part In
democratic maohlno building.
In Colorado seven hundred eighty
postmasters of tho fourth clang wero
given lifetime borth by tho order
or Proeldont Taft. Not bolng a law
of congress the- Colorado aspirants
want It sot aside. Thoy say that
Taft know that ho wo doomed to
defeat when he made tho order and
that It was done to help tho repub
lican party In tho futuro.
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