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IB ', PAQE TWO. THE EASTEKN UTAH ADVOCATE. THUIM1UV, FEB. 27, 11. , . ,
I THE KANSAS CITY
I STOCK MARKETS
Hr ' Slightly Increased Cattle Receipts Find a Ready
Hi Outlet at Stronger Prices This Week
H Sheep Market Has Advanced.
mM Correspondence Tlio Advocate
MjP , KANSAS CITV, Mo,, Fob. 22. -
HBV Cattlo rccolved thin week 32,700,
HKiJ' l"1 wook 20, COO, itamo week last
Hj roar 29,500 hond. Slightly (norms-
Qjt ol receipts found n rondy oiitlot tit
H( stronger price nil around this
1$ week, killing grades closing twenty
HV to forty contn higher, stock cattlo
Hif S and foodors fifteen to twenty-five
HJf cents higher. Hovcrnl lots of quar-
H!B1 antlno steers sold today nt $7.25 to
92 $7.90 that look nearly halt a dot-
HBj, lor above a week ago. Tho salo at
Klf $7.90 was tho highest In tho unr-
JU ; nntlno division slnco last Juno. Na-
Mf. Uvo steers sold largoly abovo $8.00
I since Tuesday, with tojm nl 18.50
to $8.7G, cows 16.00 to $7.00, Jiolf-
Hn ' om up to $8.00, quarantlno bulla
HFi today at $0,10. Country buyum
HU1 haTo boon stimulated by tho good
BB ;i boot cattlo niarkot, and tho nearness
H of grans, and pay from $7 00 to
Hfl $7.90 for doalrabto stock steers and
Hf f J toodor. Occasionally one is hoard
Hit tn V tht hn wnulit nni tuiv Miirh
Hjl? price orca with counterfeit money,
Ij ( 4ttt progressiva stockmen arn get-
H tine used to tho higher ran go of
HMf, , prices, and pay them becauso a
BBl profit can bo logically figured out
3 ' on tho Investment, especially on
i-' , thin atock steers that nro growlhy.
Sugar mill Old Moxlcos sold here
: this week at $7,00 for atoore, twon-
p, ty-flvo cent moro than tho same
K( steers brought last week, Heifers
'1 brought $6.05, cows $8.16, bulls
HLJ . $0.00, from Colorado sugar mills
HInt' Sheep recolvod this week 30,700,
Bf A last week 39,600, sarao week lost
HHlfi year 38,900 hood. Tho tuarkot has
BfiF advanced a lUtlo this week, and ap-
pV(j pears to bo on a firm basis. tatnbft
Hif! otl nt $8.80 today, yearlings worth
HttXi $7.60, wothont $0,40, owes $5.75.
PSlXTi MANY PlOUKMAHTEIIH AUK
nU OONHIClNI.N'a T1II4IK UI4PH
P-Mjlw, On account of tariff uncertainty
BjHn or from some other causu thoro has
Hljw boon no contracting of wool In thl
PaBMltT f or nearby slates, according to C. II.
HLv? tHowiirt, secretary of tho Utah
BBBr Wool-roor' association. Ttioro nro
(Hit rumors that Many nro consigning
PBHI tholr wool, leaving it to tho morcy
PaBBu of niMdUmen who may dlsposo of
BV It m Ihoy will. ThU, Htowart pro-
BaBaB!n tt ounce "suicidal,"
BaBVM To remedy thlH condition, clrcu-
BHMJ lani aro being snt broadcast nott-
BMifU tying woolgrowerH of a big conven-
Wlnl tlon lo be held at Rait tako City
Hvb March 7th, when measure will bo
BHiS taken to change tho sltuntlon J.
BHMlSJ K. CosgrMf, (liH)rgo Austin. J C.
BBMli Mockay ivjul many others will spoak
BBBfla on tho best motltod for thu dlsponal
BHBjle of this year's wool clip. It Is ex
BBBjH peeled to Iki oiiu of tho Inrgent
BXI woolgrowor' tnwtUipi over hold in
HMwB thin rvglon.
HBHV N Not i:nrinirnlii.
HwBI r A. HlUmwood, who took tho
HjBlS brief of tho National WoolHrowors'
HJHVb anMMlntlon to NS'nshlngton, I), C,
HBa f and arguvd before n eonxrviwlonal
HBH v commltteu lit favor of tho higher
HBB I tariff, or ul Iwut the mnlntouanco
HBBt $ of tho priMtont tariff, paiwwl throiiuh
HI Salt mVv City last Krldny on hU
HHjfj ay to hU California homo. Tho,
VBr K outlook, areordliiK to Kllnnwood,
Hfff looks Kluomy for oolgroutra.
HBM'H The noutlmoiit, ho i, wivmi nl-
B9Bj most ovprwlielmlngly tn favor of
HHH J placing wool vn tho fruy list. Kllen-
MvBf j wooil 1m exitectod to return noon
HflflL 1 und, with !' J. llnguubnrth, prctl
KBT'; donl of the National Woo growers'
BjHj,?' OMsoclatloii, oxiKKits to Journey to
HK y Wushlngtoii to work further for tho
BAVr$ tnturcrsts of tho woolinon.
WMf hiii:i:i'.mis' i)i:ci.Aui: tiii:
! i WOOl, ()UTI,(M)IC 1H (JltlMT
PjwMt I In orilor to dotonnlno tho outlook
llBK for tho wool clip In 1013, 8. W, Mo-
BBH I Clure, Boorotary of tho National
HBH' I Woolgrowors' association and editor
HBBji i of thu Wool Grower, uont Icrttort) to
jBwVl I aliuepmen all over Uio rango coun-
QjH) try asking for tho condition of tio
flflffl' wool on February 1st,
BMf Tho rvpUoti nro almost uniform In
HHJU churactor und prodla u greater clip
HHf nU(l f bettor quality than any In
M; many years, Throughout tho rango
! country tho sheep went Into tho
HnH? wlntor tn unusually good condition,
MB; ani1 on account of tho ruins the
Hgl no ni:i:d to htoi wouk.
-vBh! When tho doctor orders you to
HVOj i atP work it atnggore you, 1 can't,
aBVB j ou 8ny- Vou know you nro weak,
H H run down and falling In health day
WMi i! by day, but you must work as long
K m M J'011 onn atnnd. What you need
f 1 la Uleatrlc Ultter to give tone,
J 1 strongth and Igor to your gystem,
to prevent breakdown and build you
' 1 "P Ron't bo woak, slokly or ailing
1 when Eloctrlc Dltteiv will bwiollt
BVflnr J'ou from tho first dose. Thousands
jajUR Dions thorn for their glorious health
,$ f0? BtrontU. Try thorn. Every
I I bottlo Is guarontoed to oatlsfy. Only
m; ""y coata at all dealors. Advt.
winter range Is In exceptionally
Tho fall of snow up to this time
ban been just sufflolont to keep the
ground motet and furnish water for
the sheep, and no sorere storms
havo been oxpcrlcnccd.
EXPLOSION OP OAHOMNE
I.VIUItKN YOUNO .IliWKKH
Held Jowkcs, 13 jears of ngo nnd
tho son of SUUo Auditor Jesso I).
Jowkcii, built tho flro In tho kitchen
of tho family residence at Ball I-ikn
City tho othor morning, Tho wood
would not Ignite. Young Jcwkai
took n can which ho thought was
coal oil ami applied It to tho smol
dorlng flro. Tho can contained
nbout n pint of gasollno.
InsUintly tho kltchon burnt into
flamon, young Jowkcs' face, hair
and clothing catching flro. His
(creams attracted hU father nnd
others of tho family and tho lad
was rescued with blankots nnd rugs.
Tho flro In tho kttchen was quickly
"It won only by a narrow margin
that tho oplsodo did not turn out
moro tragically," said Jowkcs. A
physician pronouncod tho lad's In
juries painful, but no permanent
scars aro oxpocted.
NOTICE OK HALE AND I'UUCIIAHE
Tho undersigned having bought
tho buslnons of 8am Pal I a In what
U known as tho Konllworth Coffee
House at Konllworth, Carbon coun
ty. Utah, will contlnuo tho business
at tho aamo location. I ntn in no
wlso rosponslblo for any dob Is con
tracted by tlio aald Bam Pallas, Da
tod, Konllworth, Utah, Fobruary
7, 1013. JOHN N1T8A8.
Rchool Supplies, Tho Advocate
lU-rmuc"! From Itnnkji anil Other
liiTmlIoiii Due JInrcli I'lrt.
Tho United Stales Internal rev
onue collector hs given public no
tice that corporation taxes are due
March 1st. It Is not expected that
thoro will bo many delinquents this
year All bank will havo to make
nmended reporU for tho lost four
yoars Tho collector snysr
"Tho offlco force Is doubly busy
right now on account of tho ruling
on roports of banks All banks will
have to make amended reports for '
the last four years Tho ntnte law
compel tho banks to pay taxes on ,
tho stock held by tholr nLockhold- ,
vet Tho banks havo been holding i
this ns one of their expenses nnd tie- '
ducting It from their grow Income.
Hut tho commlfiftlonor of internal ,
rottmuo at Washington, I). C , ha i
hold thnt this Is not an expense of i
tho bank and cannot bo deduotcd. '
"Another thing will Increase the (
Income of thla offlco this year. This ,
Is tho decision of tho commbwloncr i
rotntlvo to mining companies. Sot-
oral of tho largo mining comptnles '
during tho past two years havo do- (
diictod as depreciation tho ores ex
tracted from their mines. Accord-
lnc to tho decision of tho commbv- '
sloncr, thU Is not allowed, and tbeso
mining companies aro bolnc assess- ,
ed, accordingly, for taxes for two i
yrvirs back. '
"So thU will glvo us nearly dou- '
blu tho lncomo in thla offlco this
year over what wo gonoratly have. ,'
However, if it U not poeslblo for i
any company to mako Ita report to ,
us by March 1st, tho collector is
empoworcd to grant, an extension of , '
tlmo for tho report of not moro than i
thirty days." ( ,
DH. JUNG'S NEW DISCOVEHY. ''
Soothes Irritated throat and ,'
lungs, Btops chronic nnd hocking
cough, rollovoA tickling throat, and
taste nlco. Tako no othor. Onco
used always used. Uuy It at all
IJOUQ TEIUI I.lMHIi.
Wo will glvo somo farmer or i
truck gardonor a good layout on a ',
forty-acro tract, a quartor mllo from '
Prko, for tho coming yoar or a term ,
of yoars. Now land, property foncod ,'
but no ImprovomontA. Cloeo onough i
la for tenant to rosldo In tho city.
n. W. Crockott & Co. Advt.
Smoko Elks' Prldo cigar,-. W. '
McOnnn, maker, Advt.
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F1HHT VISiOn PLAN. SECOND FLOOIt PLAN.
In tho first story of this cottflKO thorn la n in.- u
opoa atalrwuy. also coat olosot and Zlbtle Thero u"! S V"',
dining room and kitchen In tho .Jnni . "toro is a good sized
ot epaco and bathroom", 6CDd Bl0ry aro two cuambors, do.
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: j: When Is a !
!; i; Trust a Trust?
!' Tho Pacific Hoard of Flro Underwriters assures tljo public It is not
' (' n trust. Let us see. It eliminates competition to tho oxtont It U able, '
" It arbitrarily fixes tho prices of tho commodity It furnishes, it Uotcr-
mlnen tho circumstances undor which risks shall bo takon, it fixes tho
' ' commissions of ngonU for all lu constituent companies, nnd It restrains
i trado by refusing to accept business from n nontrust ngont.
J For Irwtanco, If an ngont for n nonbonrd company accepts n risk for '!
$100,000 and, can absorb only throe-fourths of it through tho companies V
ho reprcecnts, tho trust will not tako tho other $25,000. And ntlll i
i' tho ngent of tho trust and thoao who, for Bomo reason or othor, nro un-
, der hlo Influence and presumably profit by trust operations, insist that ',
It Is not a trust. Editorial, Bait I,ako Hcrnld-Itcpubllcan. 'i
: WE'RE NOT IN THE f4
: FIRE INSURANCE TRUST :
!; Htfujin (o be dlclatcd to and controlled by the fire insurance !
trust, above referred to by the Herald-Republican, wc about the !;
middle of last month made new connections In the East, whereby '
; we are independent of the Utah combine. WE HAVE THE ',
jl AUTHORIH TO MAKE AND MAINTAIN OUR OWN RATES
;I THROUGHOUT EASTERN UTAH. ' ;1
The fire insurance companies represented in this agency are as ;
oodasthc best. The insurance buying public is invited to ;'
!; write, telephone or set us in person as to rates. We're saving !
!; many individuals, business firms and others money. ;!
Remember, we make and maintain our own rates within the '
;! territory represented by us. A list of companies and their finan- !
dal standing is at your disposal. WE'RE HERE TO SAVE YOU !:
J I DOLLARS. J
j R. W. CROCKETT & CO., Inc. j!
; Same Old Place, Advocate Building, :
! PUICE, UTAH J i
It. W. CItOOlCETT, President. . - . -
.; Ii. E. ELUItEDOE, Secretary. ,
DAMAOE SUIT TUANHFEItllED.
Tlio caso of Mcry, Domenca, Irono
nnd James Polvo against tho Inde
pendent Coal and Coko company has
been trasforrcd to tho United
States district court nt Salt Lnko
City from Carbon county. Tho plain
tUfs nro minor children of James
Polve, killed nt tho Aberdeen mine,
Konllworth. Tho suit wns filed by
Tony Mllano, tholr guardian.
The results of your cooking
will be unsatisfactory if you
use any but first class butter
and nice, fresh eggs. We
sell only the best of these
products and you run no
risk in buying here, as we
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 HARRY A. CRAIN j!
I j Proprietor. jt
FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR !'
; GENTLEMEN. J;
f South Ninth Street, Price, )
UTAH FUEL COMPAI
MINEK8 AND NIIIPPEHH OF
CARBON COUNTY COA
MANUFACTURERS OR CO
OAUIION COUNTV COAI.S AllE THE HEST
In Uio market for Hones mid Mules for .Mines, Hay s4
Mine Props, Ties nnd Sprajjs mid various wtlivr local r
IIOMK INDUHTIU1XS PATltONI.ED.
Ooncral Offices Sovonth Floor Judgo llulldlng, Salt U
Mines at Clear Crook, Wlntor Quarters, Castlo dati
Sunnysldo, Carbon County, Utah.
1 1 Culbert h. Olson, Emmett K. Ob
, President. yico Pros, and &"
, N. E. Hemiiuuiit, Sec'y mid Treas.
Eastern Utah Realty Com!
; PHIOE, UTAH.
Hwclal OpportunlUc Offered In Eastern UUh.
( LAND SECUIUTIE8, CUV IXTOJ AND IUSSIJDESC
! JWi"' TU,e? Abtractod, Examined nnd PerW
in nf7 Doae Inurnnco Written. Wrlto for J'
, to Olson ft Soamount, Prlco.
! ItETAII, L1QUOH MEIIOHANT8.
, Sunnysldo, Castlo Ooto, Winter Quartora aud Cloar Cr'
1 1 NOTUINa HUT THE BEST IN 8TOOK.
( Fine Wines, Brandies, Deeri and Cordials for tho Fan
) Pool and Ullard Tables.
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