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KfU TIIH ADVOCATI8 PUHMHIIINO CO., Price, Utah.
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BBwjfgkfi TIIUIthDAY, I'HII. X), 1" lit.
wmBl In the nieanllMM MeKltmon hold"
R, on to the money he praetteaUy pM-
HKfm forod from M1m FIUgratd
BBbT -V-V Ono trouble about sending; a baby
B ' M , by parcela posl In that no jmreflt
ET1 would Im) willing to ailmlt It mm
Bftrjj anything but fVrM-old.
B t JL 1 Nothing linn bee mIiI about hoM- '
Bl' V, . Ins a iiiim meeting at Ojifef Hay '
BHr Ml ott tho fourth of Marsh a a cifflii-
BBS Wt tor demonstration. Hut tt la not '
BBk tQ too
BBW kJ I'Ot ua hopo that (lovornor WHson
BBp V will nnnounco the names of hl cab-
K u. lnot In tlmn for them to imck their
WK oarpotbaRa before going bak to
W U I Washington
BBT U' ' Wo Americans aro wild to lire n
BBY, 1 ' faat life, but we have no edgo on
BBp t y Miutco. Ono day find Dim a prls-
BBf! 1 onor with a death sentence and next
K. ' J fcay no I" n prmldnnt of a republic.
Bfc j 1 President Taft litui convinced the
BBr 1' ' world that the Mexican war cannot
H JRft bo stopped by shooing tho fighters.
BBF "Mi ! It dooa acnm that Im would bu Juatl-
H ' fM fled now In throwing water on them.
Ik x31 ProgrrimUo, organ of the "bull
Hl 3 1 ' tnoochora" In Utah, It publlehr-d
B ml trom Koom II of tho WIU011 Hotel
Lo,''li' l 7.lon, tho abandmxnl "gent'a lol-
B wli ll'1 ot l,IRt tnlr,,!,nM iKMlotry.
K' 'Sill Knough anldl
i " AmbnMiador Wllion U doing hta
' IhwI for tho protection of American
I ' clttiotm In Mexico. Ho U frnntle-
k it J ally waving I1I1 coat at the lomliat-
B' . W'. at- It U tmpoiMilbto to 4do nny-
VK B9 thins more with (inly ono coat.
Blr -'T 1 Tho Advocato'a advertlahig iol
HL 'B5 umna and 1U growing aulMcrlptlon
HRT B I bit how Incroutiiil proaporlty for
F Ml 1 tlio people' nepaor under Die
K W ' T Utoai boycott of n handful of moil-
K' ,ll 1 tal raliflta and moral degenurntea nt
BSr Ml It haa bevu augKenli'd that tlm
Ht' m Sherman act might be brought Into
Hk l um) ngaliut miiiiu fullowa doing bunU
Bl BJ in on Denver and Itlo (Irnndu
Vfltli B leiued cround nt Price In compel-
VKHi iVj tlon with men iuid flruu that own
VE irJH , proirty mid ;wiy tuxeu horeabouta.
VC S Drothor Culbert, lawyer, ndvlmii
K V llrother Knuik, mayor, that ho hoa
VP B cnumt for llbvl ngaliut "tho great
Va Vf i inonil ami rullgloua" uuleiw ho no-
Hi H ' timlly pooketiot the ohlpa atolen
V ' jH from the oouimeixlal elub poker
V& jH game and took them home with htiu.i
Br R' Or, wonla to that of feet.
VS jH M)or "Tobe" VhHwrt nmnagMi'
R,, JB tu " tllu III 1hO Mil tbir tHiiw,
K ' jXm "' a wl mm hU own iwhi, are mi
Vft' flk ployed on atreot work lu preference
Vflbk B ,0 poor Men Mho ia much tuxtw
KL" jV tuul ttre "WHW to wJitte eoiutldorn-
Kr' mk i "on "'it remember, It im ulmovt
BF ft; i.wiwry only a few jtxirn ngo to
BHl Wtt invo the ioniiUloii of Price Trtul-
Hu SV ' '"c Cl""i"n to oven live lu Price.
Km IM- One Mra C I.. PatrolilM, known
BBj! JH'i around Halt like City for oara and
BKV MM yearn aa "Old Kitty MIcUh," wag u
Br JBI ' recent vUltor In Price. She U kald
BflBk B to be quite dndroua of engaging In
BBr SB biulneea about two mlli from Hun-
BB? mk ' nyxlde. Hut why her vllt to Price,
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BK? Bj two alleged (county offUlul) part-
BBT BL ( n,,r of Paternottter hi tho Joint itil-
BEI jB J.kcent to Carbon count) 'b greateHt
BBftV Ba coa' camP
Er Ml One Krod Paternoster, uppoMl
BBT 'Wj' to bo In partnerslilp with two ooun-
BBTf Sm 'y offlclnlt In the aalooti hualneM
BBL B two mllca from Hunii)4le, eolleil at
BH&' M the office or the presiding bUhop of
BajL, W "t)l0 enwt moral and reHgleiu" ilur-
BBBx H , lnB the week to "make It etroug"
BBotB1 jj lllrtt lll oame mut not appear In
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"I'.NfMI SAM'H ltlMI IWTATII
One (titwrMNient official, In a re
otit addreMi, )ia apnketi of the ad
m In let rot lo of tb public domain
aa "I'hcI Ham'a ran) Mitate bui
dni." The liutNuafl la fortunate
l4aiMe It ha leeome a truth,
think Mining ftot It la better
to be frank than to follow the ox
ample of iHime htah offletala who
dlMitM the government policy to
ward the public land im though
I hoy vtere held In truitteeahlp, nub
Ject to the nail of the people who
traverite them It U, of euurie, Im
poiwtbln that any htitiiHti policy or
Intention ahould long remain dU
gulocil. The alma of men reteal
Thla Interpretation of the poverti
mont'a purponee, true though It bo,
atnndit out In bold relief ngnlimt the
tmilltloim of the nation, which arc
oxprimiil) opKed to tho relation
)ilp of landlord and tenant between
the eentrnt government mid tho clt
Irtna of tio alntoa. It prove tho
exUtenee of a now aort of fedornl
Um The definition ot "Undo
Ham' rcnl ixttnto bUHlnefl"' liolda
out, nUo, n now quiMtton concern
ing the Identity or sootnl personali
ty of Uncle Ham. Who Is lie now
that ho should embark upon 11 busl
nee formerly onchewed?
Ixm than IS per cent of tho area
of tho Unltixl State la occupied by
perhaps tt per rent ot Its popula
tion. ThU area contains tho email
est stnjes ip U10 union (nud It thert
forrt posseAe nn 'exceptional sotor
clgn rvpresonlatlon lu the nntlonnl
senate. It Is also an exceptional
manufacturing area and It domi
nates the financial welfare of the
nation. This Is Undo Sam im J10
tins become since tjio civil war, and
the fact explains why our worthy
uncle has gone Into the real estate
liuiinrM He hits eliangod his
phllosotdi) to eomprehend the ab
sentee control of u vast territory
which Is beyond tho borders of the
Intensively manufacturing nreti we
hive mentioned. He has uccoptod n
policy of Industrial imperialism. Lot
us be frank with oursolve about It.
Vain talk ot "giving up" tho
Philippine when wo aro tightening
the hands of empire upon the popu
lar lauds ot the Wostt
At thu recent session of the Far
mers' Rational eongross, thlrty-slx '
state represented by duloitute up-
pointed by govornor thereof, thki
resolution wu uitanlMiointly report
el by the oommlttee on rwolutlm '
and was unanimously aeeepted b
ltesohed, That a free and fettrliss
pros Is of Htioh Hceat Importaiiie Hi
safeguarding our liberties that no
legislation abridging the freedom of
tho press should be eiweted by oon
griic uulotNi It bus been duly re
ferred to and acted 011 by the proper 1
committee of both houses and op
portunity him boon had for free de
bate thereon In both tho house and
One of the contemptible curs,
whoso toea have been trod upon
somo by The Advocate, was lately
personally whining around tho town
with a polltlou for signatures to
havo thla publication deprived the
uso of tho malls bco.iuso what The
Advocate sajs oauses hla family dU
trorti. When this same degenerate I
was connected with Carbon County's
News (under the old regime, how-1
over) he never stopped to oonsldor
other people's feeling The Advo
cate has somo Vernal and Myton
history that It way yet fR to
j use one of these days
liANI) hCHIP KOU SAI.M,
We have sorip for al that will
tnk any unoeeuplttd ugrloultursl
land to Utah without cultivation or
rm!dew. Iflnsy method of awjulr
lng title. No proofs to make and
no redtope or itrlagont rulsi to
eomply with. H. W. Crockett i. Co..
PrUe, Utah. Advt.
IS OF CftlE
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liii:i:i"iitiii. 1 iiti. Ann 1 vi
l.terN Prmllrt Htniiiger Prlew.
thiuevvi', I'nr tlin Veiy'r I'n
! In 111 lmile Slif p Twm
lylln in l'rl tViltft lllglT
Willi flllH (peHlltllL
CorrtftfMftdenee The AdVocmtr
KANSAU CITY, Mo., Feb 1
Cattle recelvel here In. four davs
till week, 19,100, mine days last
week 11, 'J 00, same days last year
9,100 head. Cattle reolepts are
I smaller nt al polnU' Hila week and
a the beef trade Is fairly active,
1 and country buyer continue to tsk
80 or cent or moro of th-
tattle eupply at Kansas City, jstck
era were anxious for onttle this
werk, atHl paid thirty to fifty mats
a hundred more for thorn tham the)
have been paying heretofore Steers
got most of the advance, buuhr'
stuff eelllng fifteen to twenty five
rents hlghnr than Innt week, and
stockor and feeders ton tJwenty
cents higher That inakcl,il rat
tle higher than at any other time
thla winter, tho best stock steers
telling at $7.00 to I7.CS.. feeder
tin to $7 85, price about a dollar n
hundred higher than a year ago
Ton steers thla week brought 18.85,
but tho bulk of tho steers since
Wednesday sold nbovo $7.80, and a
top of $9.00 would bo reached with
out difficulty by steer of tho right
quality, possibly moro. Dealers wy
stronger price nro In tho protpect
ahead. Qtiarantlno cnttlo have been
In rather small supply this week,
steers of nny decent quality selling
nt $7.00 to $7 ER, common steer nt
IC.2S to $0.S0, trash $4.00 to IS.S0
Old Moxlco steers fed In Colorado
ni tho sugar mill brought $0.75
this week, heifers $0.50, cows Jfi. 00,
Hhcou horo In four days this week
39,000, last week 30,000, last year
38,000 hood Price Iwoitty-flvo to
forty cents higher today, and doted
strong to fifteen conta higher, top
lambs $8.85, yearlings worth $7 75
for best, wethers $0.1E, owes worth
up to $5.75 Somo hundred and
five pound ycnrlbigs brought $7.15
horo yostordny, Tho market has n
firm appearance, and, stufflhnt Is
well finished Is Hiiro of a Jtfiod 're
ception hero. 1
Tt tahut itr.nitt'nov
Tho Nntlonnl Woolgrowers' asso
ciation contends that the reduction
ot tho tariff oil meat wilt not ro
duio tho price ot that commodity
to tho consumer, nnd In speaking on
thin matter 8. W. McClure, secre
tary of tho association, say.
"In reviewing tho dippings from
tho pre of the Inrgo cities of tho
Hast wo nolo n very general domand
for removal of the tariff on all
kind of meats. For some reason
or other the American people have
been led to bollevo Hint the meat
tariff I responsible for the high
prlco of bcof. However, that this
Is not the wisa must bo elenr to
ovoryone when It la understood tmt
the tariff 011 meat Is ono and n Jmlf
cent a pound.
"Within tho past three weeks the
prlco of beef rattle on tho Chlcngo
mnrket has droppod an amount fully
pqual to the tariff, yet an Investi
gation shows that not In a single
liMtance ha the retailer reduced
tho price of beef. If (he Urlff Is j
rtmioved from wiet It will simply
put the Western fanner out of bust
list, but c4Mint affect M retnl,
'price of meat.
' In I)eetmilr ebolee dressed lamb
obi on the Chteago market at a
wholwealu prlee of 11 H t4)nt per
pound, while on the smiio date It
sold at wholesale In London for
HH cents pvr pound t that
time choice dressed mutton sold
wholesale In Chicago at seven ients
and In london for "4 cnt per
pound Thla does not look as
tboiigh our people wore being lm
poiied upon In the price of niMits "
"SUN HIT PRODUCED
Indium, Appenr Willi Sculps Taken
at MiuiK4unN Yiars Agt.
VKUNAI.. Feb. IC Tho Indian
opera, "Tho Sun Danco," was pro
sontcnl hore this wwk by local tnl
ent and proved a groat buccom. Tho
I book was written by a full blooded
Chorokeo Indkin woman and tho
muslo by a local musician Tho
Ifamoua annual "sun danco" of tho
Uintah Indian was faithfully and
realtstloally produced by the com
pany A 90-year-old cousin of tho
great SKtliif Dull acteI as director
and Indiana appeared In the produc
tion in full war regalia, wearing
wali that have been hidden since
the last Indian maasaore, years ago
I io.t ov itiii.iiivi: ir.
Some aay that chroolo coMtliw
tlon cannot be cured. Don't you be
Hove It. Oliamberlalu's Stoumdi
and I.lvw TablU have oure.1 oth
er why not youT Olve thani a
trlul. They oost only a quarter. For
alo by ull deulors Advt.
MIES 1 WATER
Mt(ti:is id Tin: uim.iam j.
Pimm I'or Hie Itwliinintlon of Inut
of Hleven Tlioiiinnil Atift In Hm
ei-y mnty 'lake llefbilte I'oriH
Canal Forty Ft el Wide Willi Av
erage Depth of Alsnit HIv Fit
T) most Important water appli
cation In many months was filed
with Caleb Tanner, elate engineer,
last Friday, when permission to di
vert water from Dull Hollow nnd
the Price river was requested by the
ttuekhom Iml company. The com
pany desire olght thousand noro
feel of water to Irrigate cloven
thousand acre on Uuckhorn Flat In
Hmory county. Tho Intention Is to
conserve tho flood water of Cedar
Mountain with a largo reeorvolr.
The, filing fee was $162.50, tho
application being mndo by Moyd
Slgler, general mannger of tho cor
poration. The direct source of sup
ply will bo half a mile below tho
mouth of Dull Hollow From a
natural channel ot three and a half
mile an artificial channel of half
a mile will be dug. This will bo a
forty -four foot oanal lx feet deep.
T)io grido wilt bo five foot to tho
mile A dam will bo constructed
nnd various other Improvements
placet). This application will super
cede tho filing ot William J. Powell,
who )ioa assigned his application.
Tho Uuckhorn Innd company was
orgonlted a tow months ngo by Ball
Iaku City capitalists. Tho purposo
4 to Irrlgato and Improve tho land
on Uuckhorn Flat nnd then dispose
of It to fanner. It Is In tho East
ern pnrt of Utah and In ono ot tho
most picturesque valleys of the
state. Tho Uuckhorn Land com
pany will mnko tho Improvement
nnd tho lnnd will bo disposed ot by .
Moyd Slglor, who I marketing tho
Mosldn farm In Utah county '
MOTIIIMLS CAN HHT.I.V IIUY !
Dr King' Now Discovery and glvo
It to tho llttlo one when ailing and J
suffering with colds, coughs, throat ,
or lung troubles, tastes nice, harm- i
less, onco used, always used. Mr. '
II. It. Crawford, Nlngrn, Mo., writes '
"Dr. King' Now Discovery chaugod
our boy from a p.ilo weak nick boy
to tho picture ot health." Always '
helps. Iluy It nt nil donlor. AdvU
WK WII.Ii DOM) YOUj
safi: HimirrY nut ai.d
United States Fidelity and C-unr-nnty
company bocom suroty on
bonds of officer nnd employ oh of
banks, mercantile houses, railroad, .
express and telegraph companies,
stage linos, poHtmoators, officials ot '
states, cities, counties, towns, pro- '
tlncts, etc Also contractors, exec- '
utors, ndmlntatrator, guardians,
trustees, receivers, osslgnoo, com
mittee, nnd In replevin, attachment
and Injunction cases, nil undertak
ings In Judicial proceedings, frator
nal and sec rot order officer bond
ed llurglary nnd all clnasoa of lia
bility nnd casualty Insurance. Cash
capital, $2,000,000; surplus nnd re
serve, $4,G30,G07.30. It. W. Crock
ett & Co., Knstem Utah ngonts,
The Cooking. :
The results of your cooking i
will be unsatisfactory if you J
use any but first clas's butter , (
and nice, fresh eijgs. We !
sell only the best of these J
products and you run no
risk in buying here, as wc
guarantee the quality.
In buying your meat or
groceries here you'll find '
them right. If not tell us !
and we'll make it right.
Telephone us your order. '
The No-Trust Market
Phono No. 21. Prlco, Utah.
i; price j
Club Bar I
!; HARRY A. CRAIN j!
!' Proprietor. j!
!; FIRST-CLASS KESORT FOR ;
; GENTLEMEN. J;
South Ninth Street, Price, !
If you used a machlno to count your money, you vuuld 1
careful to uso ono on whoso nwuracy you had nldolt
How can you feel sure your weights nro correct when
stock or produce on a cheap or second grade ncale
Hut on tho other hand, If the public has no conflden,
cheap scale your weight record would havo no Maui:
though you knew them to bo correct
80 It to, that when selecting a machine to wolgh yo
(which to tho equivalent to counting monoy) you !
ono that you can feel sure I neciirate, but ono whtel
oonfWenco of tho public.
The reputation for reliability of Falrliank Scale l
over eighty year of sorvlce
And the record of weights on Fairbanks Scale n--e tu
correct by the railroads Hml other largo corporations
Send for New Wagon Scale llixik .No. 1-1 11.
Fairbanks, Morse S: Ct
107-109 W, 2d So Street HUT DAKF. cm
UTAH FUEL COMPA
MINIMUS AND HIIIPPIMUS OF
CARBON COUNTY CO)
MANUFACTURERS OF C
CAIUtON COUNTY COAUH AUK THK MUST
In U10 market for Horses ami Mtilon for Mines, Hay s
Minn Props, Tie nnd Hprags nnd various oilier local
IIOMK INDUSTIUKS PATHOMZKI).
Dcnoral Oftlcos Sovcnth Floor Judgo Uulldlng, Salt I.
Mlnos nt Clear Crook, Winter Qunrtors, Castlo Can
Bunnyslde, Carbon County, Utah.
' Culbert It. Olson, Kiiiinetl IC. 01-
t President. VI co Pre, and 1
I N. K. Heniiioiiiit, Sec') anil Trens.
I Eastern Utah Realty Com
, SK'i ImI OpiHirtuiiltler Of frml In Ivnuteni Utah
WK IIUY AND HKM, UANCIIKS AM) I "A KM LM)S A
I I liAND HKCUHITIiy. CITV IXTH AM) KU.SII)i:.V
S Monoy leaned, Titles Abstracted, Kxnmlncd nnd l'r
Notary Work Done. Insurance Written. Write for I
to Olson Seamount, Prlco.
: Garden Cash Meat Mai
D. MIMtNAIIDI AM) A. PAPPAH, Proprietor.
i1 We handle tho In- I Meat of all kind nnd Vegetal
I Wo aro opt'ii for IiiuIiiokh now. Try us and you
I I satlkflctl with us. Next dour east of (iniileil Sbtn.
; Phone 48x. FREE DELIVERY. Prict
1 Frank (!ro--.o, j. h. U
Price- Commission Comp
' Dcalors In
I FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN AND f
Office nnd WurohoUBo West or D & It. U Freight M
Special atbontlou glvon to forwarding freight to inland
I nnd dlstrlhutlne car lots.
'', UIJTAII, MQUOU MERCHANTS.
', Sunnysldo, Castle late, Winter Quarters and Clear Cp
! .NOTUI.Sd HUT THK 111MT IN B1X)CK.
J 1 Fine Wines, Ilraudles, Uoors and Cardials for tho Ks
( Pool and llllard Tables.
Ovor throo hundred form 1 ot logal
blanks tn stock at Salt Lako City
and Provo prlcos. Advocate Pub
lishing Co. Advt.
Ask us tor rates on tiro Insurance
before placing your policies. Hates
nro changing, It. W. Crockott &
Iloforo buying a farm or a ploco
ot olty property consult our lists.
II. W, Crockott & Co. Advt.
I.tconsod abstractors of titles un
der 10,000.00 bonds, n. V. Crock
ott & Co Advt.
Standard oil rig
tlon, four to six roll
station, cloao to So
'forms to roBponslbloI
Also, ono slx-hof
banks, Morao S. Co
gasoline ongtno wltfi I
ing, bolting, ota., aU'
now, on terms to an"
at Tho Advocate offl
It. W. OUOOICB!