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B 4 PACK HOUR. THK KAlllllH I HlllHBrlTTr THUIWDAY, JAN. JO, 1018. -J!
Hh The Eastern Utah Advocate
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H Till: ADVOCATi: PUIlMHHIMi CO., Price, UIaIi.
BJBJBJBJ BS U- i- -JL. I JUL Xil C I
H TIIUHHDAY, JAN'. 1(1,
H 'llltlMTHINM APPAHATUH IX MIMJ
B' Thoro Is sotno difference of opln-
Hk Ion among persons who linvo worn
V breathing apparatus In actual mlno
H roncuo work as to the length of
H Urao n man should bo required to
H receive training with tlio apparatus
B boforo ho to considered ns qualified
to Angn go In mlno rescue or recov-
H ory work. All, how aver, ndinli that
H tt Is ncceennry for a man to take
mgular training at stated Intorrats
Hh In ordor to keop In propor condition
H for wearing the apparatus in cases
H tit amorgoncy. Whether the dura-
B Uon of the Intervals bo two weeks
H or thxoo months, some tyittem of
H rogular pmcttco should lo adopted.
B Tho burtviu of mine requires each
H of Uio minor lu employs at It mlno
H mfntjr oara and stations to tnko two
H hours' prnctlco In vitiated air onco
H , each week. At mining camp or
K tnlnon where roncuo stations are o
K Ubllshed, Uio rogular mlno nwcuo
B corps should bo rcqulrod, after com-
H plollngxholr preliminary training,
H to undnrgo practice at frequent In-
H' torraU. In localities whern rescue
BBBBBJ station and apparatus are not
1 available, It U, of course, Impractlc-
Q JjIo for persons who have received
H preparatory training to keep up
B regular practice Huch arsons,
1 however, are very raluablo In tlnio
of a dtooMtrous explosion, nlnco their
H training und Instruction In tho uio
H of tho apparatus enables thera to bo
HB of great OMlstanco to a crow of re-
H cuors who may arrlvo with breath
H .. (fig apparatus.
B 'J Thero ano seven und
' thlrly-flve coal mlifos In tho United
A HUton which are producing jiiaru
W thousand short
tw of coal each annually. In
1011, according to a statement by
"Kward W Parker, tha coal stalls
tlclan of the United State geological
urroy, two hundred and slxty-nlno
bituminous mines and ono hun
drod and idxty-oight anthraolto mine
In Pennsylvania produced In exreiu
of this amount. Tlt nvemjee pro
duction of thone Pennsylvania bllu
W mlnous mine was 321,773 tons
V' and of the nnthracltu mlnoti 444,607
tons. The largest anthracite ml no
H tiw a production of 1,020,430 long
m tons (1,143,870 short tons). Tho
H Urgent bituminous production from
H from on mlno (a Pennsylvania
B' ojmratlou) woji 1,286,483 short tons.
Bj Thirty antbraclto lulnos produced
H over half n million tons euch. 1111-
BBH no Is was second to IVnusylvtinia In
H' Urga mlnM, having nlnty-three
H3 inlnea which produced more than
V two hundred thousand totui. West
H VlrglniA wns third, with fifty-nine,
J V AUd oia lourUi, with thirty-eight.
llV The total production of theeo wivon
f? hundrtvl and thlrty-flvu first-class
JBB i tntneH wiu 263,459,831) tons or 61.7
Hy per cent of tho total production of
BBVBWjf tho country.
BBBHtvA Throughout tho campaign It Mas
bbbhIM, charged that tho tariff was not an
bVAVbiHI'VI bwuo, that It was an old bugaboo
B k rotturrcctod by tho protectionists to
bHbbB'II Max the I,0OI)l0; tlmt tho real 1h-
bbbbbbbbbbbWA f. .ui wero boolnl justlco, trust regu-
BBBBBBBBBsWiL latlon, comttltutlonal liberty and tho
KT lsh coAt of living. If tho tariff
H( W1U1 ot an Isauo Is pawthig
V atrango that all tha democratic loud-
H or aro now declaring for an uxtru
H Jon of congra to revise the
H tariff Bchoduloo downward, and tlmt
K, Wood raw Wilson has refused to
H nioko on addross In South Carolinu
Hr Wl i,Ry -0"1' "oxt. beoaubo ho bo-
f' llnveri ho will bo very busy In
H' Washington at that time und uimbl
B, to loavo.
Hii W1,at u "tho ll'Kh cost of llv-
Br Ing?" Tha torm Is only a relative
Ks onn Tho llritlih board of trade,
Hl which last year mado a close tnvos-
'-1 tlgatlon and comparison of wagoa
Hk.f unl PrlcM in Uito country and Eng-
M-f ,aad baa Uuuod a report sotting out
ifflBBHHBBRilRlBBWAUr V$8t ls? A " MgHBjBSlBBEllrjTaffiM'
that tho muoli hlghor wage scalo
malnlalnel In thin country under
protection far more than oqunllzes
tha lower cost of living In (Iront
W. C. Powell, Janitor for tho Utah
Fuel company at Salt Lake City and
a colored man of tho old school, has
been named to a similar ponltlon
with tho Utah logtolnluro. Hero
ajiain Is something which tho "bull
moochor" commissioners of Carbon
county should by all means Inquire
Into nnd stop by mandamus if nee-esnry.
Has Price's Commercial club of
fered any Inducmeents for It rein
ing hero, or oven shown Interest, In
tho proponed brnnoh lino from this
city of tho Denver nnd Itlo Oranda
to Huntington Can) on T Tho road
Is surely going to bo built, but sup
pose tho conditions surrounding nnd
tho npnthy of tho peoplo hero
should divert it to Wellington'
Price's Commercial club has been
reorganized with an entirely now
deal as to officers In tho hope of
hnrmonlttng tho Intornal factions
that havo beem at war slnco Its or
ganization. In fnct, It to Hinted
that nothing now remains of tho
stigma attaching but tho name
In tho ond, however, It Is be
lieved It will bo tho property own
ors of Kastern Utah that will pay
in the way of taxation the cost of
Uio construction of tho Midland
trail. In that ovont It would coma
prtty dear to Carbon count)
Itolpor U coming right to tho
front as ono of tho bet towns Jn
Uio statu. And, at tho snmo time,
lU growth and commercial Import
ance Is not hurting Price. Thoro
to room enough for both. And then
- ' ,
Already Coventor Wilson has
shifted tho responsibility for a panic
If It camoH, Tho governor hope,
however, that tho polloie which
havo produced Industrial depression
In the pnst will fall to do so this I
If some peoplo had their way nil
corporation proporty tu Carbon
county would bo confiscated ami the
employes thereunder driven from
Uio communities in which Uiey re
side for want of omplojment
Undo Josso Knight will be wel
comed to Prico with hU railroad
from this city to coal properties to
the north and east. Such a line Is
sure to como sooner or Inter.
William Jennings Ilryan, it is
rumored, has not gone so far away
that ho could not he reached by a
writ of mandamus compelling hU
presence In tho cabinet.
When Undo Joo Cannon wing his
swan son solo a wholo lot of other
expiring statesmen moistened their
lips preparatory to Joining In the
"Tho great moral und religious"
l with this Issue nineteen jears1
and two weeks old. And, "forl-d
end down'nrds," thank you I
In tho vernacular of tho day, the
Incoming Carbon county oommto
sloners "have bit off more than
they oan chow."
It any cute little panto noods vod
dllug tt neod not apply to Wood row
Wilson. It will got a kick right on
This countrj Is too large to teal
orowded even whon It gwtH two ox
presldents at once.
Tho new high school auditorium
seat seven hundred persons. It
opons Friday evening with tho Mag
gie Tout Ilrownlng concort. Boo ad
vertisement this Issuo, Advt.
Smoke Kureka Queen cigar, J. W.
VSA Are Quittingf
m Business t
Most storHfhis season of the year have their Clearance Sales, in an endeavor to riomj
their shelvesRmdesirable merchandise. They advertise to give you 33 to 50 of(Mr
but it's on Old Goods. Old goods are not cheap at any price. We are positively quitting"
business at Price, having leased our store building for a term of years, and are closing ou!J
a complete line of Clothing, Gent's and Ladies' Furnishings, Household Goods, etc., AW
ACTUAL COST. Look at these prices and make comparison with figures of other dealen!2c
GROCERIES AND CANNED MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS BELTS, SUSPENDERS, ETC. Ilj
GOODS 9-2MO now . .$1.(1." B Hell" now . ..4&'Mf..
' , 2.ai now l.nt !Wo HclU now . -.M.MM
IU, .lout, prico imt cnn. .. ,.lc ,, ,ow ,,lf; n)o HtiMidcTii now wllL1"
lam, frcli fnilt j. ....ISc 1,-3 nmv i,j) O.To Hujcnlcrn now 4(i9 '
Mlo nnvoring, II packai'..'2.1c , 20c YouUw' Hiticidcni now -.lOMr '
Luxury Ml,, in glo, .. 10c MN.S DRESS 5RTS S'',,," " " ZR"
Hutillglit Puro Jelly . .. ..17Jc ! g
iN- " v,Bc rfS nmv :: :: :: :: :: :f:m men's hats &
,, P..tatK.. per can 'JOc lJsa mvr 8., $,r,(, ,,,, ,(j, jg,
Peicliet ter can .. ..IfVc 51.7.1 Auti Collar HlilrOt .- .$l.'JO :!.()() Men's Hatrt 1,7 B
I'riKhm Hllccl, jwr cnn .. -IMJJc !W Kinck Hatecn Hlilrtd -. .HO oo Men'n Hnti". ZZ I! TZ lt WF
Apricti. H,r can ir,c " lr". no, -- "'50 lcn' llatu . 1.0, BJ
I'L ,H,r can 17,c . OOc Working Hl.lrM now 45c 7!ic Cp
Hect Corn per can 10c ' 7ffo lUtjn' Hntt . DJ, JX7
niok a.crr,- 20c MEN'S UNDERWEAR munwc ttPn codcahc aZSL
iUxrly Juno Peas 10c .,, . , PILLOWS, BED SPREADS ANlBu
IVmmtoe, per cao ?-.00 , "' " ". .r " lM TOWELS 5
Van Caiiiim Koup .. ..10c !.., !. r ... . V , nn , . llSto
Illpo Olive ,.er can 17J.C 'f? "" " ," '' "J,..1 1""'' ,,H" K!r r--$3
Queen Olive, In 10 ox. lKUio IKS c J?J?W S" Ih.T" , ' n T " ? t-1
Qu. Olive, Htuffcl, 10 ox ,c " l ,,,bbwl -r- . " "w 0- ,
Hour Plckl I., 10 o. bottlo .aoc V." W pm" ' ffi.1"
s.r pickie, Mi,i, 10 , ...i)c LADIES' RIBBED UNION SUITS .7 "il - 4Sil
Hour Pickles, H ox l1ic m. - ... T Y ZP J" ,AJE!"
Clinf Halmon I He c now - 9 .BO l..1 IkM Spreads IL-Mn
inVlli!,i Vim: ru 1!W OwnWnAUon Hult .80 .Wo Towels - wr
S iKi. Ir Z '. ,An nn Jmr H1' - J- le Towels Z II II "itH'"
IrUT1 " " r "B '" K""'" HMIW Coat 2.00 ()o T.meto I
iMaZiiMinKi' :WM ''""'" ulrt w'u''t', -- -M MEN'S-HIGH TOP SHOES M
IIS ox. Hchllllng llak. Povvdcr ..IWe i ArvFC IHKIPDV '7l0 Mcn'' '"K" Top Shoes WJ"BVn'
in ox. K. O. llak. Powder llSKo LttUIC UUICKT ,-(M, Working Hlioes a5jU
M ox. K. O. llak. Powder .-! c 91.-3 Pum Tlirrnd Hllk HOc I.BO HIiocm :u 9,n'
Ann awl Ilaiiuiier Hodn, 7!4c "oo Illack Hllk , c :i.7rt HIiocm " as1
Treo Ten, ' . ..ic t Wnmlctl . :iftc il.00 HIiocm II SUtfj!!
IJpcon Ten :ioc "c Men's Policy IIiMler -- 10c ji--
Amber Oiffeo HOc ic Men's Fancy Hosiery !Tc MEN'S DRESS SHOFS IK.
HchllllnK's Hest Coffee 82ie ' Mm' 1'a.icy H.vlcry 10c ., -,, u"3 3I1UCS jHVf.
lUrrliiKton Hall 0ff,x, - .:7!ic f' nmv W!"
INIrw 1-mmhi Coffee Ibj -4-:ioc MEN'S SWEATER COATt .ViTn now "" "" "" " " "-"ilaF?
Httvrr If Iln.1..! Iinl, a. ...J? aWCA,CK UAI .1.00 now ----- SoM b
Urn. 5)C l?' w - 91.00 "-00 Hoys' HlecinJ $afc
n Ibx. "" "H0o n now ,,7a ,B y,en'" Hlcclal l.ttB-P t
Cottoleiie, B Ihn'ZSZS" "" 1750 :,,B0 l,ow 7S tja lntMtH' Jlfe,
I-amm Kxtract, 2 ox. botUo"a0c "'JJ" V'? J,lckcU -7n Mi! "L1, "'; 1Uu ,JTK
Vanilla "To ',,H) Omluroy I"nnt ii.2.1 1M Infant' PaUnt 1-9It r
Hew! Italslns"-"I"r" " IIlOo VJH' ?ZK' Wu -"SStli
"" We GLOVES, SOX, NECKTIES " nK- 1"u- - LJ'-feo
M.zKutTM.,M:,l,:r"!,, Twr?.u LADIES AND en-s suppaSit-
Quaker Puffed M Ifte ,'7 J?S,?" "T ,,OX' .' 9SJU now (H-pSr.
Quaker Puff.Ml 1t oc ;LM' '"""' MB "00 now Z IJvft!-
Odumhla Oata :kk, '." ""' ve 1.IW U)ljt of . ,, " -"cu" Mmij
CVdumlda Wlmit Pl.ikes .. ,1c ' J ''l" . 1.00 inenU.... M"mm,U" ' tkJWtl
timatio,, Muh ,v ,f, J m J U",H ' fUJie
To,, Con, llake, IOc Jg iSmE"" PERFUMERY ?
Cream of Wluxit, a for , .Tc ," :: . "!"" -- " , Tfc
Panniko Hour . i.v ,7n :vt,'tl,- 0 0 Ir Iu.kt . M fcKla
llraikft Uucuh V-V " ""lOo Trunks HulU: nnd Illnnkrt,eii
tJrniKmuu .lino ARM BANDS 1"lMW"1 ln WW HJ9J5 n
nLSSSSS .-prir Z n :: :: :: :: :: :: ::.o1 JDnof' DRIV,NG GL0V$E,5;p0
This is an actual cost sale and includes store fixtures of every description as well LoaSSl"
merchants and those of surrounding towns invited to come and see what we are offering
Many staples in Groceries especially, may be bought here at this sale at less prices thai
tne same goods can be shipped in for. "g?
Scale Begins W;
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17th, 191
FRANKS MERCANTILE COMPANY I
Bast Main Street - - PRICE, UTAfft'
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r..MUlt.I.O OIlj tXMIPAW
HOLDS A.NWUAIj Miiirrivo
At the annual meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Kmorold Oil
coinp.iny at Vornal at week of floor-
anil dlrootora woro oloctetl.
ProslUont, K. 8. llennlon; vice prosl
ilont, Jnanoa Hacking; II. l). No
boker, Alfrol Johnson, N, J. Mea
Khor. Tho Ulrector eloctoil 11. I).
Nobokor socretnry anil N. J. Moa
Thu reports woro all very satis
factory. Nows from tho front U that
tha tenth well haa boon coraplototl
and work is now In progress on tho
elovonth, which will noon bo finish
ed. Thoro U u ploco of now a com
ing up In a few days that will open
tho eye of tho stockholders nnd
mako thorn wish for moro ntock,
says Uio Vornal Kxpresa.
PUXI.'UAI, Hi:uvicns iiia.m
OOI.Il WHATHKH AT CAMPS
WINTEIt QUAIITEIIB, Jan. 13..
Funeral sorvlcos woro hold yooter
lay for tho 2-yoar-old baby girl of
Mr. and Mm. Alexander Adnmaon.
A largo number of frlonda and relo-
thoa woro prosont, including Mrs.
Hunter of Cloar Crook and JIufih
Hunter of Dlack Hawk.
Of lato tho woathor haa been un
usually cold. January 7, 1013, tho
thorraomotor rcglatorod twonty-nlno
dogreoa bolow zoro here, and forty
ono (logroca boiow at Scoflold, ono
mllo bolow horo.
Tho mlno worlia ovory day poa
alblo, Idlo dua being caused by a
ehortago of railroad corn.
School haa reopened with good
proapocta for a Buocoasful term.
School Supplies, Tho Advocate.
Dr, A. C. Soronson roportii-jy'
of smallpox at Milton W Lftio J
Iool hall of a moat virulent (jS- o,
Tho pationt, Joeso Fowlor, 3klcd
morning romovod to tho PjSity-t
nnd tho ploco quarantined. !auch
aro two othora. thlnka tb5fE0Vj
that may dovolop during tbeQE
HTAXDAIU) HUAniUW NBred
Thera vrlll bo no chan3K in
Standard Doarera mooting tBMat
uary. Tho regular mont-Mng .
lug will be, hold on MondAB &
uary 18th, at 4:16 o'ciocllBuice
aftornoan. Advt, jSH "