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If TAQK KIQITT. xiW KASTEII.V UTAH ADVOCATE, TUIIWIMY, JINK SO, JOIil.
Si ' M
fli Arthur J. Leo gundayed with
H family nt Frultn, Colo.
ytjL Mrs. W. F. Olson Attended tho
Vm Oluff family reunion nt Provo last
.' -Mrs. dwllym Jones of Clonr
m. , Qreok was tho guest of Prtoe friend
',w ttttn week.
M ' Mm. N. W. Anderson and
M, ilnpghtor. Delldn, of Prlco are visit-
m Ing in Mnntl.
Ifi, " MIm Iluth I.oofbourow In nt
' '""no nfter spending tho winter In
;! school In California.
I'-! James 11. Ilrnffot Is down from
;li Sfl'1 Lnko City to remain some
I' J tlmo nt tho Tnvorn.
', Judgo Albort II. Chrlstenson
J and Court Reporter Aider nro reg-
litcrod nt tho Havoy.
:', Mrs. Thomas KouU line been
numbered nmong tho ilok tho pant
week from heart trouble.
At C, Jones loft last week for
. alenwood Springs, Colo., to tnko the
I If baths thero for rhcumntlsm.
f Ooorgo C. Whltmoro was In
H I'rlcq tho first of tho week, coming
jj' In from his Sunnysldo ranch.
Hk, L. ' Larson and I.. I". Oveson,
L two prominent citizens of Clovcland,
K't ro doing business nt Prlco this
H f Chief Clerk Kohutt of tho
H , Dlack Hawk Coal company at Illaok
B f "awk was doing buslnoM nt I'rlco
HfQ Dr. II. II. (lootiemnn of I'rlco Is
m a thl wcck attending tho stntq con-
B if rcntlon of dental surgeons nt Halt
H'i Lako City.
X Mr. nnd Mrs. "Hnbo" Chlnn
H'3 hvo moved from Wellington to
'I IUflo Oolo,, whoro they nro making
H'l their homo.
I W. I). Illter of Salt Lako City,
Mm attorney for tho Denver nnd Jllo
Hji Orando, Is In attendance upon dls-
i trlct court today.
B I . MIm Hilda Madson departed
' Tuesday afternoon for a. few days'
B visit In Salt I.ako City. Mt. Plons-
M ant Pyramid, lOtli.
B 4. ' Mr- and ' W MoKaddon of
Br: Thlstlo woro guests nt tho homo of
p ! Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Cody tho flint of
B , , i ,n week. Helper Times, 21st.
A. i '' 1':' ,II,,rcJK out on tho
' reservation this week looking nfter
M . Q landod Interests of himself nnd
M? other members of tho family near
Mj'j J Koosovolt.
V ' If. , ""J- Owynn, chief engineer of
j! (l Donvnr and lllo Ornndo with
tj'; , hoadqunrtors nt Denver, Colo., was
V ; a guest of thq Tavern over Snlur-
J day and Sunday.
Hnj Mr and ,r- Wallace Potty of
g Prlco "avu been visiting during tho
i wook at tho homo of Mrs. Potty's
HL mothor, Mrs. John Nicholson. Mt.
Hl! Pleasant Pyramid, 19th.
H3j ...T11' w,mm"" Hill roturned on
f Wodnosdny from tho hospital at
f Provo, having raado a short visit
w Mrs. Joseph Jones of Price.
BL Castlo Dalo Progros, 21st.
Hl , Mr A. D. Iloobo took serious-
"n l Saturday night with heart
a ' trouble whllo nt thq storo. Shu Is
considerably bettor at this time,
H howovor. droen Mvor Dispatch,
Mrs. A. O. Uradley and two
daughters, Misses lleatrlco nnd
Pearl, started Saturday on their
trip Hast. They expert to be gone
about two months. -Oreen Itlvor
John Caffey nnd I-'rsnk Caffey,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Caffey,
linve rturned homo from Detroit,
Midi., where they have been attend
Ing school during thq winter Iler
atdllpnbllcan. A. J. Mulling, clnlm ngent for
the Utah Kuol company, was a
Monday visitor from Sunnyslde Dig
forces of carpenters ard pushing the
work of rebuilding the recently
burned llpplo thero.
Chief Engineer Carpenter of
the V. O. Sharp coal lntorcsts was
a guest of the Tavern Monday nnd
Tuesday, accompanied by dcncral
Manngor Cameron, who was down
from Salt Lako City.
.MIm Fay Martin and Margaret
Morgan, who visited friends at I'rlco
last week, Jmvo slnco departed for
their homes In Iowa for tho sum
mer. Koch taught school at Salt
l.nko City this last year.
-U. M. Olson wns hero this
morning on his way to Sunnyslde.
All tho Wasatch Storo company cs- '
tabtlshments, flvo of thorn, nro this '
week taking nnnunl Inventory for
tho fiscal year accounting. .
Mrs. Grant Allison and two ',
children, Cora and Upward, havo
roturned this week to JIolpox nflor i
spending tho past winter In Price,
whoro hor daughter attended high '
school. Holpor Times, 2 1st. J
Ooorgo W. Bawyor expects to !
lonvo next week for California, ,
where ho has secured n position i
with tho Independent Oil Dlstrlbu- '
ling company nnd will locato thero '
permnnonlly. Helper Times, 21st. !
K. K. Orlmcs, civil engineer for 5
the Utah rnltwny In chnrgo of tun- J
ncl construction near Helper, ro-
slgnod his position and loft to tako S
another postlloit In Arknnsns tho
first of tho wcok. Holper Times 5
Potcr Ilarbogllo was down from
Cnstlo Oato yestorday. He Is In
terested In a rotnll liquor house at
Spring Canyon, bosldes those nt
Kunnjsldo nnd Castlo Oate. He
ay business Is good nt nil these
Mr. nnd Sirs I.. O. Hoffmann
nro In California, having vjslted the
McUovneys nt Hynes, that stnte,
tllO first Of llln wr.nl Mr. Il.xtr.
mnnn writes friends nt Prlco from
I.os Angulo that they nro having
tho trip pf their live.
J. II. Possetto wns hero during
tho week doing Jury service, nnd
mndu "tho gront moral nnd roll-
gums' a business call. Ho and
othor Kunnysldo muu nro promoting
tho International Patent Investment
company, owner of several valuable
Mrs. Hex Miller of Prlco, who
hns boon visiting In Provo with hor
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Strong,
for tho past two weeks, roturned to
her homo this morning. Sho wns nc-
companliHl by Mrs. Hugh I.ove, who
will bo hor guost for tho next ton
days. Provo Herald, 20th.
A. Ilowman, In chnrgo of tho
Utnh Construction company's work
locally, returned Saturday from a
visit of sovoral days with his family
at Ogden, whom ho hnd not soon for
tliroo months. His youngest son ac
companied him back nnd tho family
will follow as soon ns a rosldonco
may bu secured.
FOURTH OF JULY
M ! I' : W arc dcermlned to clean up before the close
m , ; of lhe "ason. We have had our bluest and
H'( most profitable season.
M , ' -I But the P0cy of this store Is to close out each
j .? sca5on a" &oodi on hand. In order to move
M ;'S quickly and close out the hats In stock, we will
H I ; rnake these prices for one wcekt
Hi ? 6 Pattcrn Ha,$ worth $1 ch at . $5.09
l' ( 6 Pan Hats, worth $7.50 each at . $3.75
' ' ,2 Black Hats, Turban Shaped Trimmed,
B I $3.50 each, at . . . $2.09
H j; Street Hats at . . . 75c to $1.25
H You will find many attractive Hats in
Kt tnis Iot and plenty of style to choose
H; BESSIE KENNEDY, Milliner ji
B' i . Noxt t0 the doldon Itulo Storo, Prlco, Utah.
; JUST ARRIVED A shipment of dark, all wool Serge Skirts, large sizes, I
$3.9S and $4.9& I
DRESSING SACQUES GLOVES ""B
: t 49P, 69C 9sc and $i.4q a fine line of Leather Work and Dress, fl
KIMONOS ing Gloves, 49c, 69c, 98c $1.49 I
98C, $1.49 and $1.98 and $1.69
SUITCASES mm GOLDEN RULE SHOES AREB
Wc sell a better Leather Suit Case Children's OlfOfds, 89c, 98c, $1,23, Jl 3 (S
i for $3.98 than is sold else- Pink, blue, yellow, drab and tjray, Ladles' Oxfords. $1,69, $1.98, $22$ !
where for $5.00 25C per yard , 8 i
; v y Men's Oifords, $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, J 3,53, J
Oriental Plissc and Crepes for Sacques and Kimonos, 15c and 25c per yard I
Miss Jennie Mttlejohn of Bun
nysldo came to Price Wednesday to
attend the sedillng of Jier sister,
Mis Kllxabeth, returnlUK homo to
day. John Couoii, who with Jed
Loveless has n contract for grading
work on the .Midland trail, wrs
home tho onrly jtart of tho wtfok.
Ho said that rapid progress waa he
liiB mndo on the trail road through
I'rlco Canyon, nnd that It ought to
bo completed by tho latter pnrt of
July. Spanish Fork Press, 20th.
, B- I'. Boronson of .Mantl and
Oliver T. Harmon of Price, rocantly
appointed Jlldk'O nnd chlof lirnlmtlnn
officer of tho juvenile court for this
district, accompanied by i:. j, Jio
line, stnto sccrotar' of tho coinmls
lon, nro vtsltlnji Hmcry county on
official business, and nddresicj n
mcetliiK In Castlo Dalo last night.
Castlo Ualo Progress, 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corbclt of
Alnsworth, Nub., aro visiting with
Mrs. Corbott's slstor, Mrs. c. T.
Howon, nnd husband. Kvldently tho
visit Is a part of tho young couplo's
honeymoon. Corbott Is In tho auto
mobile business In Nebraska, nnd
may inter nssoclato himself with
llowon In tho business ns ho Is vory
much tnkon up with the country.
Cnstlo Dalo ProRross, 21st.
K. It. Morgan, state road en
gineer, who has boon In price for
tho Inst few days In tho Interests of
tho Midland trail, made a trip to
nrand Junction, Colo., yesterday to
mono nrranBcmonts with the Oram!
7 Junction representatives of the trail,
f; lo trip of the Indiana nuiomo-
blllsts from Colorado to Utah. Mor-
Kim will return to Halt Lake City lit
n few days. Tribune. 24th.
' l.".I,0bct.J nvnns ot iW
7 ",.? !hU WQ0k' "l company
S with noborl H. Btownrt vlilted tho
Spring (lion section, whore tloy
? found four cases of hop cholerii
?i?Hn,5 tho fftr'r thero, somothlnc
Iko ninety hogs holng tho loll. ThS
farmers woro not nwaro of tho nn-
turo of tho dlsoaso unltl told by
thoso gontlomon. They nl.o found
, ovornl cases of glanders among tho
homos of that neighborhood.
' ..iT51."' .W " MnoLn ontertaln
; ihI yesterday afternoon nt a brldgo
Zfr, ,M"-S0hn A- Si'"""- ' "oca
tollo, Ida. Ten tables of the gnrno
, worq flayed nnd later moro frfonds
, enmo in for ton, at which Mrs p. r:
Mnrcy nlul MrHi ,,, Camoron
! Poured, with tho Mlsso. MarXt
. Clnwson, Marian Mooro nnd Mildred
. nd Luclle Macl.ean nwUtlng T,.o
; home was lovoly with flowers, To
various oolors being used In tho ii r
twelvo ladles compliment to Mrs
Leonard Metz. who i.n .V.i .'
for SperfUhg. d" "i'Jt
Day tho Uecoratlon. werVof bBuni nf.
and American flag., the dlulng ro0m
bong raoat artistically TJ"0;,."
with peon es, aspsrscus tH,l , .
present were Mosdame. m. buot
Moore, Frakos aC , ' Luelo
Pjnskey nd Floyd.-H.lpoT,,;
.Mrs. 8. C. Ilarton ontortalned
for Mrs. Hal Taylor of Sunnysldo at
her home Wednesday afternoon,
about twenty-flvo guests being pros
pnt. Mrs. Jonnlo I.ctllo of Wash
Ington nnd Mrs. May Lindsay nnd
Miss Cornelia Anderson of Salt Lako
City bolnn special guests. Among
the afternoon pleasures. a musical
program was enjoyed. Piano solo,
Mrs. Hponcor Moffltt; reading, Mrs
K. K. Held; song, "Cloodbyo," .Mrs.
Lindsay; quartot, Anderson sisters,
reading, Mrs. Charles Slmnd; song,
Tnko Mo Hack to Dreamland,"
MIs Iluth Anderson; rending, Mrs.
Hnl Taylor; song, "You'll llomcm-
u. ..iw, .Mrs. i.inusay; tliroo old
tlmo songs, Mrs. Uumscll Moffltt;
piano solo, "L'venlng Thoughts,"
Mnstor Clinton Ilarton. (lames were
tnkon up nnd enjoyed by nil. A
"squnro meal" was served at G
o'clock, Mantl Mosiongor, 19th.
Monday night Don C. Ilobblns
of Salt Lako City, ono ot tho host
known mining cnglncors nnd hro
kors of tho stnte, and L. Maurlco
Oookeroll, n mining engineer of Lon
don, Kng., nrrlvod In town and reg
Istorod at tho Codars. Tuesday
morning incy secured an nutomo
bllo nnd loft for nn Inspection of tho
Iron nnd coal deposits of tho coun
ty tho supply of tho former holng
tho largest In tho world. Thoy
pont thrco days looking over tho
county mnklng a enroful Inspection
of Its mlnornl rosources, roturnlng
tp 8alt Lako City Thursday night,
lo n reprosontatlvo of tho Hccord
thoy stated that they had nothing to
say respecting their visit, othor thnn
that Cockeroll had boon sent to tho
Unltod Statos to tuako n enroful In
vestlgntlou of somo of tho most
promising opportunities for financial
Investments. As to whnt thoy will
report, w0 nro unnblo to learn
CJar City Itocord, 20th.
Ranted, Agents nollnblo man to
oil teas, coffees and baking now
der to family trade In Carbon coun
ty. Addrois, arand Union Tea com
pany, 58 West First South. Salt
Lako City, utnh.
(; Wo ranko a specialty of !'
(( ronovatlng foathcr bods, pll. '
J, lows, window curtains nnd car-"!
pot cloanlng. Have a com- S
,' ploto ropolr shop for uphol- !
1 1 Btorlng and making as good !'
C as now furniture nnd houso- '
hold goods of ovory doscrlp-
tion. A trial Is nil wo ask. S
I' ,t,tho.Now 8t0Am Laundry !
Dldg., North Eighth Btroot. S
I Just Off Main. S ,
Lowost prlcea possible That Is I
tho ronton our market Is always
orowdod. No Trust Mont nnd Gro-I
cory company. Advt.
Our Job dopartmont Is up to dato
Try us on that next order of print
ing. Tho Advocato Publishing Co
Advt. ' ,
It you hnvo not seen the pictures '
nt tho Princess, you havo dono your- '
so t nn Injustice. Try them nnd con-
ovlnco yourself. Advt.
Wo havo a bargain In a block of 1
Prlco niror Irrigation company etock i
from ton to throo hundred ehjiree' '
Llboral terms with email payment '
down. U. W. Orockott A Co
DENVER and RIO GRAll
t Local Excursion I
For JULY FOURTH 1
One Single Fare For the Round Trip I
uciwccn any iwo Matlons In Utah on
the Denver and Rio Grande. Tickets to 1
be sold July 3rd and 4th Only. Good I
returning until July 7th, 1913. I
N. E. A. EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE I
One Single Fare for the Round Trip to Salt I
Lake and return. Tickets to be sold July 5, I
I 6' 7. 8. 9. Good returning until July 15th. I
MOST CHILDHKN HAVL' WOIDIH
Many mothors think tholr chll
dron nro suffering from Indigestion,
headache, norvouinoss, weakness
of that most common of all chll
Iron's nllmonts-worms. Poo? i",
II tempered, fretful children, who
os and grind their tooth, with bad
breath and colicky pains havo all
houid bo given KIckapoo Worm
KIckapoo Worm !- i. ...?'
gf All druggist;, or"uyBUmal."
anu'st. 2SA& M,W1phU
Comploto lino ot blank books nnd
totlonory. Advocate Publishing Co.
i Dr. M. V. Maloneyj
1 1 Painless motbodi. PrH
,' tonsonablo. Written riru'-H
1 1 given with nil work. CroilB
! nnd brldgo work a iped&B
', Plates that fit and do
1 1 mako tho mouth tors, flnl
Jonrs n Cnrbon count;. tm
ttmatoa and examination! t'il
ly glvon froo ot charge. (I
S Hours 0-12 n. m. tlHH
j V- in. Sundays, 10 to 11 n. H
Offlco la Parker & WnuH
niock, ovor Roxall Drug RwJ
nalllngor'a Thq place to eT
Ooaollna and coal oil itow
Bumnor'a both now and
hand. Advt. '
SSK-o! TniJuit df,rra wm bo l m- EMJ
on you. U8 ana wo wl "ond a representative to ctl
I We do French 'ZT? 92'00 AN1 "
'isim Clca'ng Por Ladloa and aontloaien.
: Ninth'M ,'n Ur w corner location at
3aa"dhM,a,n' We believe our stock is a,
' B Rol)rts. The Rcxall StoreJ