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HStvJi I'AOKKIOHT. THi; KA8Ti:it LTAI1 ADggUATB. THUIMDAY, J.1X. 00, " . .
J EDMUNDS IS CROOKED, OR 1j
f IGNORANT, PERHAPS BOTH,!
HjL 1 (Continued from jmge oho )
J lyFadvlsed both tho dork and troas
rpr foalfwt either certifying or
honoring ntijr of tho wnrrnnt ordor-
afjfjfjn- '1 Issued by Commissioner HMnrp
Bfc , And Hamilton, nnd thoroby protected
H& I how officers, nnd poMlbty lnnooonl
Hrf purchaser of tho Void wnrrnnt k'j
HuJ ordered Issued, ngalnsl tomon Which
KS would linvo resulted to ticm from
Hffi their flotation However, it I tin
H - doralood thnl n number of suoh
KBjS wniTnnts woro already certified, nnd
HjfflM In somo Instances wero honored ho
QHM for tho county attorney's opinion"
BHBI km nought and given
HfMK Tlin liironiM (cut IMinutide.
nKH Anionj: tho rant nggrcgato of In-
Hwl valid warrants nro tho warrants is-
B&J mod In favor of tho alleged export,
Hn Auditor Udmunds, aggregating two
FX thousand flvo hundred dollars, unci
ki Mt severing bin nervier In auditing nc-
K w counU of tho commissioners, olork
Hr 9 and treasurer, whoso term of of-
B? If Hco expired with tho year 1912
E JPPi Ono of tho most egotistic docu-
Ht,- M) nwnts over written by nnyone, other
HE Jm. than Theodora lloosevolt, la tho ro-
B ?5 ) jxrt If thin samo Edmund On lingo
B tl j flvn of this niort Edmund idiows
LLIDft H3 S an actual ovorlMtio of warrants bo
K lv yond tho debt limit of $9800.00. Tho
h! I utlor Incompetence of ISdmunda to
V I , iam twonty-flvo hundred dollnra or
Ri, , twonly-flvo hundred cents as nn
B I ( audUor la apparent when It la ob-
Hf t worved that In, order to mhilmlxo to
H j approximately ten thousand dollnra
B" I tho extent of outstanding ult war-
W i J rants, ho limi assumed Hint tho on-
K ' ( tiro dobt was bonded, whan Ma re-
Hp Port show conclusively thnt ho
B A r know tho bonda to consist of but
K , l seventy thousand dollnra, mi ho
H' ' 1 mmt hftvo known, If ho know nny-
HF" i WxVaz nt nil upon tho aubject, that
Hr 1 (bo actual lunount of old wnrrnnta
K ' 1 t tlin tlmo he preparM hk atnte-
H. ' i uioitt waa In roallty In oxevaa of
HlP t twn-itr-flvo thouMml dollar Wh)
Kt; I i J Kdmundj innko tbla blunder?
Hftv J S'm with n vtow of whllowiuh-
Kj niffi thn very ohvlotii fruuda that
hiul".bcQn nttrmptvl upon tho tax-
K. n-tyora, nnd iMirpolrnlvd upon war
Bf4 E rt hohlori. and for tho purpoiio of
r - dlroctlnc thu nnturnl coiuuro of Die
Hk public; which lnlslit bo nxpected to
K follow n dlncloNiiro aololy natlnitt
HV W yierk Uwllytu J one nnd It W.
K A Uud(oril IroMurvr, nollber of whom
Hf "B: n,t, 'nnythtnR whnUoater to do with
K M "c4li0 contrnotlnix of the vuld llltn.
K mr tlona or tho ordorlnc of tho Uu
K JBL noo of warmtila boyond (he lawful
Hb 'w' d,,1't "'"" of l'"' county?
H awT r ':Jvly Void nnd Intnlld.
K , Acaln, IMmunda well knowliiR, iia
Hr B'" Jn1 report lourlutdvtdy aliown, ih.it
HP' jVi vjarrnnU Wmmsl lo hliniclf would
k M" bn entirely Invalid and void, per-
( mlu tho county nudltor to utrtlfy
HHW S , hla warmnta na boliiK wllhlu the
HBRC l'V out limit, mill thvau warrnnla Jinve
HBH JH putted Into tho hand of lnnocnt
HBJPi jK putxhaatsri, nlthouKh they nro rol-
HBu1 , K (4,. WorthltoM and void, uud tho In-
HBSr i H u oceiit purchoaorw of thc-to wnrrnnta
HBJk mM w'" bo riUlrcd to mnko refund to
HP1 MI tho county trenatiror, In caaea whore
m.H WL llCT ,11VVQ tHHl oaaliod by tho eoun-
HBL, Sf 0'. or In oAiMtt whoro they Imvo not
HBT fln Ih-oii osulicd to loo oor dollar f
1--" -" tho money Mlvanctnl in their pur
Oliaoo from IMmunda If Kdmumln
Know t)io wnrrnnta to bo void, mid
Jin muni have known auoli to bo tho
K a foil, booauax )iU atnlemoikt eonlnln-
HV H H flguroa oomplled by hluuetf
HR H howlnc the debt limit to hnvo ox-
e .Si xxvded 19800 00 on Jul 31, 1912,
BJI Bvf wo nay thnl ho ahould bo broiiBht
HVT "Svli l,BC'c '" UarlH,u count) nnd cumpell-
HB? iHt " " fnco tho chnreo of obtaining
HVr St money under fnUu prelonaea, In pro-
HKL B eullnij for payment what ho know
HBr mm 1 'H' n void warrant BdmumW, of
Bf jR) all men, know thnt ho wna porjie-
HKf '- Bjt tratlnK a fraud when ho rvcelvod
HLi "- JU mouo on audi wnrrnnta Uauod to
K JBJ hliuaelt after tho dobt limit of tho
BS jBjj count) for tho year 1913 had b-
B jD eimu) oxhnUMted Thla notion hIiouIiI
BB " BJ( bo tnatltutotl ngalnvt him at tuico
B9f jB In ordor that ho may foao trial for
BK SB this fraud nt tho aamo tlmo thnt
BBy rBx Jontvi nnd Kuydor nro trlod
BBT 3B TIiIh now llht thrown upon tho
BBv jRB character of Hdmunda wnrrnnta a
BJ, fW vory clone (scrutiny of hU reiort,
BBf, v8l "1Q ncourA(,y ' which ahould bo
BP jhL-v UdUd by oompotont nnd honoat men
Bt 3mS "" "l bnforo It U uhmI to condemn tior
BBT vfim ot Iho ox-county official it ao
BB & N. ttronfily condomns and holda up to
BE .jOTl tcoru and ridicule ONK Til I NO 18
BB M' SUUK, TIIK UKl'OHT WAH NOT
Bft) IB COMI'II.KI) IIV AN IIONKST MAN
BBJ JB I'luylniC I'likl and Umim.
HBBft Tho "bull moochor" commlaalon-
BBf wj urn ahould bo advUod, and tboy may
BBJ c flU au woll take (t from Tho AdrooaU.
BBT . (W tnat tho praotico of playing fast and
BB B loom) with tho funda of Carbon
BK- B tounty muut cease. Tho patloiao of
BBv! jM tho iwHiplo la woll oxhaubted b) the
BB 4B tomfoolery of tills board lly whut
HmK rlEht havo you, Mr. Hharp, nnd ou,
HRJ Mr. Hanillton, sought to abolish tlio
BU'n funotloaa ot tho duly elected county
BB BU attoruoy ot Carbon count), uml to
BBsp Bk impoeo upon tho tnxpn)ors the bur-
9y dou ot twonty-flvo dollars per diem
BU Bi tor n prlvato attorney, to aot n
BH wl your loeal n,lvItfar "J" v'ia lrovI-
BB JB4 alon ot the statute do you oklui to
I bo nulhorlted to impose thla burdon
upon tho taxpayers? You, nnd each
of )ou, nnd tho attorney as woll,
ma) na well tnko notice now, that
when the attempt Is mndo to filch
thla nllowunco from tho public treas
ury, tho claim nnd every dollar of
It will bo contested. Wo defy you,
nnd defy tho alleged nttornoy, to
ahow ono lino In tho ntatutoo of this
state which nuthorlies you to em
ploy at tho oxponso of tho public n
lawyer to tnko tho placo of tho duly
elected county attorney.
You gentlemen mny na well pre
paro to got down to tho straight
transaction ot logltlmato business,
and from thla tUno hence to pay
some respect to tho laws enacted
for your governance Tho pcopto
nro groaning under tho tax exactions
of your predecessors, who have
nwosmxl tho vory limit permitted by
law, nnd tho hlghont rnto fixed by
any board ot county commissioner
In tho state ot Utah, nnd they havo
n right to domand of you that tho
funds of which you nro made tho
legal custodians ahould in fact bo
expended only for lawful purposes
Yet U10 lVoplc.'rt Hi'VHii(.
In electing you to offlco it waa
not contemplated that you should
havo nny powers beyond thoao con
ferred by law, there being no spe
clal dispensation In tho-constltutlon
Intended to- oronta special privileges
In behalf of self-assorted "progres
sives," Tho constitution ntlll con
tinues to bo the paramount law,
though entirely disregarded by your
selves, nnd your Immcdlnto prede
cessors In conduct which has involv
ed our fair county in n, dlsgrnco
which only folium of memory on
tho part ot tho pcopto can eradicate
"Hull moodier" commissioners,
)ou nro before the bar of tho pto
plo, tho taxpa)rs, nnd they domand
of )ou nn explanation tor tho un
nuthorixed appropriations, nnd tho
othor lllognl nets consummated nt
your first session
YOU Alii: YKT TlIK lKOII.KH
HKIIVANT8. AND AN KXl'I.ANA
TIOSilinVOI.VUH UPON YOU
Mr. Itnnihilpli KvptnliiM,
At tho sosslon of the board of
county commissioners hold Inst Mon
day, Commissioner llnndolph utndo
nn exhaustive statement explaining
fully tho Innocence of his connec
tion with the highhanded nets of
Iho hoard, in the making of misap
propriations and in contracting void
obligations, and It waa nppiront to
nil who heard the miniest presenta
tion made by him that ho la n coii
sctftnUoua and honest man, uml has
nt nil times do voted his host n
deavora. to the welfare of the tnx
pn)ors Neither Hharp nor Hamilton at
tempted any explanation of their
ocmdtiet in forcing through tho big
huneh of unlawful hills nuthorlxod
b) th mn at their meeting on Jnnu
nr) 6th ami 7th If it k posslbtt
for tbitso gonllomon to mnko nn ex
planation consistent with both ln
legrit) nnd lnteltlgenfe Tho Advo
cate would bo glad to give It tho
Harm L'phohU MoU'liliino).
On receipt of the opinion of
County Attorney Mohlnnc), criticis
ing the "hull moochor" commission
ers for official misconduct in tho Il
legal allow unco ot claims, Tho Advo
cate Is advised that the "bull mooch
era" deemed it well to tread cau
tious!), nnd accordingly repaired to
Halt I.ako Clt), whoro the matter
wiM In some manner directed to
tho attention of Attorney Genera!
llnrnes, who ml vino d Hhnrp and
Hamilton that tho written opinion
rendered b) County AUonte) Mo
hlnney contained a correct statement
ot tho law, nnd that they should bo
guldnd by the udtUo therein glvoti
After their hlKhhnndod act of ap
pointing an nttomo) to tnko Mo
Whlnnoy's place, nt twonty-flvo dol
lars pur day, while disregarding the
luhlce of tho real count) attorno),
and being guided b) the obviously
incompetent advice, It must havo
boon Homowjiat nauseating to Bhnrp
mid Hamilton to reeolto such advice
from tho attorney general of Utah,
and wo fancy the "progressives"
had some little difficulty la adjust
ing their illwBsthe upparntiu 10
make thla crow diet palatable
iiitvr fouuii mkdicim: nm
"I am very glnd to my a few
words In praise of Chamberlain's
Cough Hemedy, ' wrltoa Mra Llda
Dewe), Milwaukee, Wis "I havo
used it for yours both for my chil
dren and m)solt nnd it nover folia
to rellovo and cure a cough or cold
No family with children should bo
without It as It gives almost Imme
diate rollof In cases ot croup."
Chamberlain's Cough Ilomody Is
pleasant and safo to tako, which is
ot great Importance when a medi
cine must bo given to young chil
dren Kor Milo by all doalora
Over three hundred forma of dogal
blanks In stock at Bait Lake City
and l'rovo prices, Advooato Pub.
Ill SOU FOLKS I
1 DOINd WORK
assista.nui: oiti:iii:i rAitMi:its
OP 1JAHTKUV UTAH."
Kcientiflc MtUiods Advanced lly '!
I Trot. M. O. Mnugliti nnd l'rof. .1.
A. Alder, ticli of Whom Htntuls ',
J High lu Agriculturnl MitUors
I IoiiiiNtic Kclrnco fllrit Irogn.
Through tho efforts ot tho Btu- '.
dents' Commercial club tho nccount- ,'
Ing nnd typewriting rooms havo re-
contly received a dozen or inoro (',
bnutlfully frnmed pictures .from ',
railroad corporations, etc. Thla live '
student club has won an enviable ,'
reputation for its "boosting" spirit t'
On tho oponlng day they pinned ,
their colors on nil visitors and gnvo ',
nway as souvenirs nmnll blotters (
bearing advertising matter pertain- ,'
Ing to their department
Tho bachelor moinbcrs of tho high ',
school faculty entertained Hnturday ',
evening nt a dinner nnd party in
honor of Professor I'ctorson's birth-
dny Tho domestic science girls, un- 1'
'dcr tho direction of Miss Frost, ',
servod nn elaborate eight course (,
dinner Tho tnblo was attractive
with carnations nnd smllnx with n ,'
ctevor addition ot hand painted idace
cards In bachelor button designs ',
After the dinner tho guests vnjoyed
u bundle shower Mysterious, Vnr-
led and perplexing were tho con- '
tents of tho packages, and by chance,
appropriately distributed Onmes i)
nnd dancing dollRhtfully closed a ',
Tho Juniors proved thomsolves
C'llvo wires" by Introducing tho mnt- ,
inca dance Monday aftoraoon from i
it until C o'clock. Tho majority of ',
tho students attended and a vory
pleasant nnd lively tltno waa enjoy-
ed. Tho Juniors took tho opportun- ('
ily of displaying two artistic nnd
clover announcements of tho Junior ',
prom, which will bo given February
What will probably ho the big- ,
gcsl dance of the ear is to bo Riven
I'rldny evening of this week The
athletic awoclatlon Is behind It and
It Ls an athletic dance Huudruda
of Imitations havo been mailed, and
It Is expected that the big g)iuna
slum will be filled The procveda
go to the athletic department
the first basketball game In tits
high mhool gjuinaslum was ida)M
b) the Juniors nnd seniors last Moh
da) at t o'clock It was llvol) and
InterMtlHg and considerable elass
spirit was shown b) the supporters
jot both teams IIih seniors were
I the winners b) a score or tun to
An effort is being nwdo by J A
Alder nnd M O Maughn, both grad
uates of tho Agricultural Colloge of
Utah nt IxRaii, to lnU-rettt tho farm
ors of Carbon county In scientific
methods ot fanning. There U n
big opportunity for improvement iu '
farming methods In this Mclult)
I The class In bookkeeping now ;
taxtM the accounting room to Its
I limit and over) desk Is flllol dully. ;
Tho students nro now finishing tho
elementary course In bookkeeping J
and w 111 soon start a w bolotwle and '
' rotull accounting !
Kvery Thursduj evening ut 7 30 "
o'clock meetings nro hold in the '
high school for tho purpose of talk- ;
ing over problems Mlth tho fanners.
Farmers are InvHeU to attend and '.
lei tho high school help tlium In
The domiwtlc science girls uro '
making splendid tmprovomont In '.
1 their work nnd did thomselvos
proud In (.ooklng and serving tho '.
bachelors dluner party Saturday
Work has begun on tho high '
I school pin), "One of tho Right," a '
loolleuo comedy nllvu with refresh- '
Ing, humoroua sltuatloua and clover ',
I Tho mklovur oxumlnaUous wore ;
I given last week aad tho second feom- '.
ester bogan Monda) Bovoral new ;
courses havo started.
Tho commerclnl department Jma '
recontl) added an adding machine
1 to Its eaulpment.
Till: CHOICi: OF A HUhllAM).
lis too Important a matter for a
woman to bo handicapped by weak-
moss, bad blood or foul broath.
1 Avoid those klllhopos by taking I)r,
I King's Now Llfo Pills. Flno com
plexion, now strength, puro broath
I nnd cheerful spirits things that
win mon follow tholr uso. Hasy,
I safe, suro. Twonty-flvo cents All
'I Wo'U go )our bonds H. .
'Crockett ft Qo Advt,
Go where the crowds o, to The Golden Rule, there is
a reason. There is always something doing at the
Golden Rule Stores. Some of the interesting "specials j
OPEN FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. j
I Cent Each. I 2 Cents Each. ! 3 Cents Each. 4 Cents Each. 5 Cents Each.
Etftf Beaters I Pic Plates l Dairy Pans Steel Frying Pans Large Dust Pa
Lead Pencils j Drinking Cups I Pic Plates Asbestos Mat Pot Chain ,
Safety Pins 'Table Mats Tea Strainers Large Pic Plates Cake Turner
Hair Pins. Mouse Traps. 3 pr Shoe Laces, Pot Covers. Fire Shovel. 1
19 cents will buy an Enamel Coffee Pot, the kind that sells for 35 cents. ,
23 cents will buy 8 quart Granite Kettles, worth 50 cents. J
10 cents will buy Flour Sifters, the ones with the crank. '
10 rents will buy Tin Dish Pans that hold 8 quarts.
49 cents will buy an extra heavy blue and white Enamel Dish Pan that holds 17 quart
25 cents will buy a Galvanized Tub, 30 cents will buy a larger one. a
Hundreds of other equal values shown in the window.
Bed Comforts full size, 79, $1.23 $1.49 Men' B"e Flannel Shirts, doul
. front, at 98 cents.
Blankets, 69 and 98 cents.
- - Ky Remember the 49 and 69 cent Ow
Bed Sheets, full size at 49 cents. 9? " PaY 8c or $'00.
Pillow Cases 10c, unequalled values. jh Wuk Shirts 25c, 45c and 49 cent
! For Men
Boy's Blanket Lined Coats 69 cents.
Men's Blue Flannel Shirts, extra he.
Men's Blanket Lined Coats at 98c at 75 cents.
New Shoes arc in at the Golden Rule Store. G rl's hightops, $1.23 and $1.49 Bo
hightops, $1.98. See the Golden Rule line before fitting the children out for the
stormy days of February. WE SAVE YOU MONEY.
We are going to have some very interesting prices on some very new goods in the very nt
future New Goods, New Styles, New Ideas, New Prices.
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE, PRICE UTA1
HOW TO BUY THE BETTER THINGS AT I
THE LOWEST PRICE.'
Advertising enables you to buy bettor UiIiium for tho price you
formerl) paid for inferior quality.
AdvettMiHt enables a ittMHUfHeiurer ur h merchant to will tit
best of overythlflK at It loweet price
ThroUKh advertising: he ram sll to ten where without It he could
soil to hut one
AdvHi-tUtaK HtiMbUw you to purchase now and hotter IIiIiiki to
wear, homo need and comforts everytMiiK at Its lowest price.
Ndvertlsing tells you what to buy, whore to buj and how to
bit) to boHt advantage.
It U h powerful factor in tho sucoMssful development of busl
noes and h vMtnt factor In tho economical management ot tho
llesil Advocate advertisements closely and constantly and pur
chase every thins )ou liny economloall)
; THE DEMAND FOR AMUSE- "
Msn living In primitive tlmt
; w In dlrtet contact with na- '.'.
turt. Hs rslud his own food, ..
; msdt his own clothts snd built '
! his own houit. Hs hid many ',
chsnets of varylna his occu-
; pitlon throuflhout ths day. All '
, his work wii sducatlsnal. Hs ',
hsd tht stimulus of tttlnj a
I plies of work btgun snd sndtd )
. snd of anjoying ths fruits. thsrs- .
of. All this Is In msrksd con-
I trsit with tht lift of ths avirsg
. factory worktr. All thoit quail .
tits which ont sdmlrtt mot In "
;; a man ar diadanid whan hs Is. ;
. . compallid to stand day aftar day .
and wsak sfttr wjK bafora a
, . hug mschlna of rtN.ch ha b.
comes but s part.
;; it la during lalaurs rathtr than '
. . during work time that charsetar '.
Is formtd Th bsala of char-
;; scttr It tha will, and at no tlms ;
. . dots this function of ths mind !
hava ao frta a scopt at during
! ; rtcrtstlon. It Is thin that all ra
.. ttralnt s ramovtd and wa do as .
;; wt will. Tht txctllant tfftet of
J rtcrtstlon on characttr Is attn In '.
. . chlldrtn at play. Ofttn for tht
j first tlmo thty Itarn tht mtanlng '
x of stlf rtitralnt. Thay laarn tha '.
significance of co-optratlon and
;; group action In thota garnet rt-
. . quiring ttsm work. At plsy tht ',
' chtat It quickly dltcovtrtd snd
" punlthtd with ottrscltm by hit '
.. ftllowa. Such object Itttont In '.
' the fundamental! of morality ara -'
i Invaluable In tht normal davtl.
. . opmtnt of any child. Afttr all, '.
;; characttr It acquired from tht
I! environment and not from tht '
blood, Amunmtnt It gaining I
; ) rtcognltion at a forct aa pottnt
.. as formsl Inttruetlon. Frsnk D. I
Wstton In "Chsritlat snd tht
('IlltO.VIU CVXHTIl'AHO.V UUUKI).
'Tlvo years oko I had tho worst
cam of chronic constipation I ovar
knew ot nud Chamberlain's Htom
aOi and Liver Tablots cured mo,"
vvrltos B. V. Pish, Drooklyn, Mich.
Kor salo by all dealers. Advt.
Wo'ro tho ploncors In tiro insur
, an co. steam bollor and plato class
' insurnnco nnd nbstrnctura ot titles
; at I'rlto, it W, Crockett K. Co
1 Iloforo buylDB u farm or a. ploco
; ot city proporty consult our lists,
. II. W. Crockett & Co. Advt.
! mtk'i:ti!i: wiiiiMNoro.v o.v..
I al Company, Wellington, Utah, Jan-
uary 28, 1913 Thoro uro delln
; iucnt upon, the following described
! stock, on nccount ot luwossmont lov
; led 6n tho. 7th day of Docembor,
- 1012, tho sovoral amounts sot op
! posltu tho name ot tho roupoctivo
; shareholders as follows.
: Num' Shares. Amt.
. Thomas Jones .- Ty ,75
; John I'owoll . .. 26 1.2B
John F Tldwoll ..(127 15 U8
I Fatmy 11. Vance . 11 30
Ilopken Jonoe h Uros 137 21.85
; Ilaymond Elite 20 bo
. James Morgan . .... 8 . ,
P 1 Bwoot .. 350 17.50
John C. Vance . .529 2 05
i And In accordance with law, so
; many shnros of each parcels of nuch
.stock, as may bo nocosaary, will bo
II sold at tho United Htatos postofflco
.at Wellington, Utah, on tho 17th
;'day ot February, 1913, at tho hour
. of 2 o'clock p m , to pay dollnnuent
; nseuwmiont thereon together with
. tho cost of n,dvortUlng and uxponso
; ot snlo. KUfJAIt THAYN, Seore
h tftry, Wellington, Utuh.
First pub. Jan. 30, last Feb 10-13.
MrTiri: or roin:t't,si'ui
flnlo Under Chattel Mortgnr
tlco Is hereby given, thnt by
of a chattel mortgage execs
tho Iswls Jowelry nnd Muil
pany, 11 corporation, im inor
to Mnx M Well, ns mortgas
ed April 3, 1912, and filed a
on! ed lu tho office of tb
recorder ot Cnrbon county, U
tho 19th day of April. A I)
In Hook 9 ot Chattel Mor'Rt
Fago 280, and upon whl
chattel mortgage theru will
on the 30th day of January
1913, the dab? of the first J
tlou ot this notice, the 1
$1034 29, tho unilorslKnod, )
Woll, the said mortgagee, wl
close said chattel mortgajEt
sale ot tho proporly deecrl
said mortgage and hercaft
scribed, nnd to that end
poN and offer for aulo at
auction, on Friday, tho Iflh
February, A n 1913, nt 3
In tlio attornoon of snld day,
In front or tho placo ot bail
tho IowIb Jowelry nnd Mud
pany, la l'rlce, Carbon count
ot Utnh, tho proporty desert
Vald chattel mortgage and
after described, ns follows, '
Tho ontiro stock and flxto
the I.owU Jawolry nnd Muil
pany, In lt store at I'rtcc,
consulting ot clocks, watches,
ware and all Jewolry T
sale, cash MAX M W
Dated, January 29, 1913
Ftrst pub Jan 30; lust Fob
xotici: ion ruiii.icvi
(Fubllshor ) Department of
terlor, U. 8. Lund Offlco 1
Uko City, Utah, Januarj 2
Notice Is hereby given that
Christopher Clnuson of lib
Utnh, who, on November
made Homestead Kntry, No
for NW8WV4. NWUBKli,
nnd NI3U8BW, 80c. 30, T
IHoutli, Itnngo 9 East, &"
meridian, has fllod notice ol
I tlou to mako final threo-ycat
to oetubllah rlnlni to th )"'
descrlbel, boforo tho clerk
I district court, nt l'rlce, W
I tho 3d day of April, 1913
ant nanioa tut witnesses I'd
nnkee of Hiawatha, Utahl
Fmndson of Price, Utah,
I Trandson ot Price, Utah, and
U Smith ot Hiawatha, Utah
It THOMPSON, Register
Flrbt pub Jan 30 last Mel
I Wo write our plato glass,
and liquor bonds nt our Prk
No sending away from hoc
W. Crookett & Co. Advt. .
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! Advocate PubllshliiB Co A.