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B I PA0E KIOHT THK KA8TKrLt UTAH ADVOOATK, THUltgDAV, JUIjY 00, 191 i. BBBBf
B TItE WISDOM IN 8AVINO.
H A man who utm n dollar is a beneteotor; ono who teaches an-
Bf otbor to save a dollar to a public benefactor and should bo knighted
Bk by tbo rtato A dollar put In tho bank at compound Interest lakes
It . root lnstantlr. It is not parohod or burned by droutlis; not klllod by
BflK , frost or sleet It oannot bo Injured by boat or by cold, by famlno or
BBk pestilence, by tiro or flood. It will not be lost through a holo In the
Hflr pocket, nor borrowed by some poatllontlal friend or boon companion. It
Hk Is beyond the reach of carthquako or lightning, accident, sneak thlof,
Hf .thug or murderer. II works for you by day and by night, Sundays, lo-
BL 'gal holidays and week days aro Ml tho same to It. It will not rust nor
BBj , '' rot, nor be eaten by worms. It will sprout and mature n cr6p of Inter
Bfl ;l' ' est for you every year throughout all eternity and then be as fresh
Bfl m ' and as ready to go on working fur you and your descendants as the
Hfl M ; day It was first carried to the bank It will bo a slaro that neither
BB jj eats, drinks nor sleeps, nor dies, and needs no ovorscor,
Bfl f:j i Tho investment of money In a savings account at the bank at
HPj t compound Interest Is the boat Investment, the moat profitable business
HBt and tho greatest and grandest speculation that I know anything about,
H I I'ltfCK COMMKUCIAI, A BAVI.VOH HANK.
flfli v ' $
flflK 7 1 Iloy I Curtis has been appointed
Hj I Juitlco of the peace at Storrs.
Vfl V Jim nisnd ami family drove down
flflfl i rfrom Castle (late In their car Mon-
flfl (. 'day.
I Tracy Jone ami Ilobort Wilslcnd
I of Castlo Uato wore visitors In Price
flflfl! SipJ: -
Hj ', 'J MIm Helen l.lddoll of Wellington
HBn r A has been visiting her friends In
flflW ' ' n'rkv this cck.
BsBnlw 311m Ku plica Horsloy Is ery sick
sBra? . with a iievoro attack of Inflnmma-
Him 'ori'' rheumatism.
HLj i Mrs- Ceorgo Ilyland roturnod
BBV from Salt lko Monday after n vls-
sHEf . ( It "with friends there.
Hr. ' Thco. Psppas, the candy maker
sB .tat tho Pallas Candy company, Is siif-
B'jl ; ferin with a bad felon on his right
sKI fore finger.
HLL An Hem In tint Bait Lako Trlbuno
HAW1 tfct that tovi N. Harmon, Jr.,
sBftl ' n engaged as leader of tho
Sn, Orphcum orchestra.
HBk l E, M. Brown ai Simpson, Kan.,
HBW '' t iwrhod in the city yesterday and
BbBBV i wjil be IdentifM with the Ooldon
HBflj p Rwle store at this place.
k .'' The llttlo friend, of IlolKrt W.
HHfljt.. Cfecktt, Jr., were entertained last
HHjK ' ' Friday at u birthday party In com
BBHJ , ltfet to .the young man.
Hir , la Xe-nor ot Raymond McDonald,
Ki I ,Vn, J. K. WhKmofe entertained a
Hf- ' number of his Uttle friends it a
BBBBr' f Py Ji Halttrfay HriieB,
Bf(, t TvM.'orsHMl of Pries, Utah,
BBBK.Ji "J hi Usi HH4y on a few dayn
BBBBkIj' ;' t vWtwKh his sWer, Mrs. C. M. Out-
BBK II ' 'ijriMl ether relstlves. Doltoque
BBBBf ' ' Nw Km.
BBBBf )!' Mm. F. W. Clark and chMdren ar-
BBBi j 1 rived this morning from Trinidad,
BBh ' CeK, for a vMl wUi Mrs. Clark's
BBV , ' sWer, Mrs. Cbarles K Averlll. Mr.
BBK Clark Is a practicing attorney at
BBB , Trtntdsd.
BBH, Frank H. Dole Is improving rap
BBH I ! Wy Irota his experience In hU re-
BBB1 seat fire. Tho bums on his face
BBB sJd hands aro healing up nicely
BBB j aad ho will soon bo ablo to remoo
BBBaE, the bandages.
A deal was consummated Uils
BBH -week whereby T. It. McMillan bc-
BBB eewes the owner of tho GulwlU
BBB j ISO-foot frontago lot on Seventh
BBBj ' sireet between tho residences of
BH 'ii- MmHi Kahn and Henry l'nco.
H j J. M. Millard U hero thU wtvik
BBB"j , from Altonali. Ho says tbnt evory
BBB. i ! motion of tho reterv&Uon Is prepar-
BM lag to tight for tho county seat of
BBsB ?,' Duchesne county. Tiicoo are. Du-
BBBB Si .
chesne, Illuomcsa, Lokofork, My
ton, Altonali and Koosevelt.
Holly McDonald and wlfo havo
taken tho front part of tho Auttln
I'nlnior resldonco Just cast of tho
II. It. McDonald home ami moved'
Into their new quarters Monday
Mrs. McDonald is enjoying a visit
from a sister from Nebraska
Commissioner J. H. Sharp will In
tho Immodlalo future movo his fam
ily to Salt I.nVo City, where Miss
Anna Sharp and Miss Zelphla Knrll
will cntor tho University of Utah.
Mrs. Sharp goes up to Zlon next
wek to select a house for their fu
In a recent issue Tho Advocato
stated that Charles Kelly, who
pleaded guilty to manslaughter of
bis companion In a Price rooming
houso last summer was senetnoed to
ono year In tiie stato penitentiary.
It should havo said to ono year In
tho county Jail.
Mrs 11. It McDonald and chil
dren left Wednesday for n two
weeks' visit In Nino Mllo. Several
dnys will bo spent with her brother,
Juno, on the famous dry farm of
Wtwittnore park, and tho balaneo of
tho tlmo with Mr. nnd Mrs. Law
Attorney O C. Kelson 'Informs
Tbo Advocato that he will leavo
during tho first part or August for
Chlongo whoro lie will take tho
stump In tho progresslvo campaign.
Mr. Nelson ntatos that It Is not his
Intention to further engngo lp tho
practice of law In "tho biggest llttlo
Tho many friends of I'eto Jean
selmo aro planning to enter hint In
Uio walking event at tho next Mara
thon races. Tho manner In which
he negotiated tho dUtanco between
the City Drug storo and tho Stock
growers' store Monday morning lead
them to bollovo that ho could easi
ly tako first placo.
The 2-year-old boy of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Itowberry, visitors In Prlco,
mot with a yry painful accident
Tuesday The llttlo follow fell on
tho cement walk, dislocating (ho
right elbow and fracturing the arm.
Dr. Sorensen was called Immediate
ly after tho accident and fixed the
llttlo sufferer up as best ho could.
John II, Forrester, chief geolo
gist tor n largo mining corporation
In Salt Uko City, Utah, has been In
DoUcquo most of tho week lu com
pany with A. D. Marfan, assist
nnt geologkit, getting a line on tho
recent oil discoveries hereabouts.
They mndo a trip to (lion wood last
Hum! ay, returning Tuesday Do
Deque New Era
Another quite serious accident by
tho explosion of a catollno stove
occurred Monday when Sam Pallas,
proprlotor of tho Pallas Candy com-
H.J Stockgrowers' and
B j Farmers' Store
bbS ' i
H Groceries and Farm Supplies.
Hi " We are now handling Grain,
WM fim Hay and Flour in Carload lots
, : ! PRICES?-JUST INQUIRE
HI t .'; iQO "PHONE lo
pany, received a badly burned right
nand. The four fingers nnd thumb
wore frightfully blistered nnd will
necessitate Mr. Pallas carrying tho
Injured member in a bandage for
some tlmo to como.
Since Tuesday evening the mayor
and members of tho city council
have been sitting as a bonrd of
equalization to listen to protests
against tho sldownlk assessment In
nccordnnco with lnw tho board
meets every evening for this pur-j
pose for a period of fivo conseou
live days. No protests havo, yotj
been mndo by proporty ownorn. Bot-i
unlny night Is the last ntttlnc j
Thoro Is an Interesting flgiit on
between W. C Denfer and 8 C
Miles over a fonce which the former
claims right to erect ncrons a long
used Alley nnd which tho lattor
claims has been used so long that It
has become a public highway. An
soon as Denfer puts tho fence up
Miles tears It down and resort will
be had to the courts to settle tho
What U tho difference between
playing tennis or baseball on tho
Sabbath dayT Is a question that tho
Uto Indians aro asking tho U. B.
Indian department. Supervisor Mar
tin at Fort Dubhesno has put his
toot down on tho Indians playing
baseball on Sunday. Martin, tho
Utos' claim, plays tennis on Sunday
afternoons nnd allows nnyono elso
to play It on the Fort Duchcsno
II. 0. lllumenthal returned Tues
day to his homo nt Provo after
completing -tho contract, for tho
sheet metal nnd cornice work on
tho now Sllvagnl building. Mr. lllu
menthal has finished nn unuoually
excellent Job even In oompnrlion
with his superior workmanship. Ho
Is well known In Price, having dono
a great deal of work hero on tho
larger buildings erected during tbo
past fow years,
Alfred Perkins Is getting along
splendidly at tho Holy Cross hoipl
tal In Salt Lako City nnd his pres
ent condition points to a ropld re
covery. Ills recent operation was a
very serious one and as "SI" writes
Tho Advocato that he was "hover
ing closo to the penrly gates." Ho
was able to walk n few steps Mon
day and his physician bollovcs ho
will be able to Gt out of tho hos
pital In another week.
The Prlco band 1)w who partici
pated In tho FUlmoro celebration
returned homo Monday nTternbon,
reporting a most enjoyable tlmo
from tho mlnuto thoy left until thole
return. Those Jn tho party wore
Kd Olson, leader; Frod Woods nnd
Hulon Frandsen, cornets; Klmer
Kjelstrom, l.ynn Fausett, Oco. Ma
this and Karl Frandcen, clarinets,
L. A. Unuber, alto; Magnus Frand
sen nnd William Parry, slldo trom
bones; W. F. Olson, baritone, C Ij
ilryner, tuba; Iluck Woods, bass
drum, and Clifford Carter, anaro
Mrs. J. W. lioofbourow entertain
ed the Auction Jlrldgo club yester
duy afternoon Mrs. W K. Ander
son won the club prlto and Mrs.
Carlos (lunderson the guest prlzo.
Tho gusu were Mrs. F. K. Dole,
Mrs. Orson T Iirooks, Mrs. It. It.
Klrkpatrlck, Mrs. W. B. Andornon,
Mrs. W F. Olson, Mm. Tho Fltx
gerald, Mrs. Chas 12. Averlll, Miss
Morgan, Mrs J. A. Crockott, Mrs.
Carlos (lunderson, Mrs. Geo. Nelms,
Mrs Thos. Fouts, Mrs. Frod I, Wa
trous, Mrs. C. K. Chamberlain, Miss
Ott ami Miss Sutton.
Mr. mid Mr. S 0. Miles nnd
children returned Tuesdny from n
sixteen dnjs' tjilji to tho K'scrvntlon
Thc vUltcd KlHtlvc at Mountain
Home and from there fUthcd in tho
IJiko Fork river nnd Luke Fork
lake and In Hock oreok Tho latter!
stream Is still ery high and while
the party lamltxl om largo onei,
fUhlng will not bo flrst-ehuw until
the latter part of August. Mr.
Miles reports n delightful trip nl.
though they hud sonio difficulty in
getting over Jiullan pass. Tho roads
over tho top aro very bad as It has
been raining almost wery da aud
nuto service buttucon ho two iUu
tlons vni ueeosiwrlly suspondwl for
about n wvk. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Outwits will remain for another
wssk on tho reservation.
H. J. Seymour, a nowspaper man
of Hustings, Fla , formerly editor of
the St. Augustine llecord, arrived
in Price Monday on foot loading a
freak bull which ho will exhibit at
tho World's fair. Tlio animal la'
indeed a curiosity, having six logs,
a douldo backbone, doublo fore
shouldors and four medium sited
toata. Two of tho logs of diminu
tive aire ono a front leg nod tho
t -JlC.PmneyCo-IrLC- 7BBb1
X PRICL3, UTAH. H
I V-.-.. QQ Will Go the Farthest atfl
I I OUl $$ The Golden Rule StoreB
I Children's Dresses Boys' Waists H
X AT A BIG SAVING TAN, BLACK and LIGHT
J 49c, 69c, 79c, 98c, $1.49 25c and 49c M
I ALL NEW GOODS Boys' Shirts M
I Boys' Wash Suits 25c, 39c, 49c
I 49c, 69c, 79c, 98c t Boys' Trousers H
$ nt-u TT " 49c, 69c, 98c
Children s rlose ; ; H
unequaled Children's Rompers B
10c, 12V2C, 19c 25c and 49c H
A BETTER Line of All-Leather SHOES
X For Less Money Than Can Be Bought Elsewhere
other a hind ono hang from cither
front shoulder. Tho animal Is of
the Holstetn variety nnd outsldo of
what is tbo matter with his ana
tomical makeup Is well proportioned
nnd a perfectly behaved gentleman.
Seymour has already led him a dis
tance of 3200 miles and says that
when bo reaches tho coast it will
be tho first tlmo on record that an
animal has walked from ocean to
The Advocate does work IlIOHT.
Pop corn fresh ovory night at the
Tho Eko fruit stand has on hand
tome exceptionally flno water mel
ons and cantaloupes, big red apples
and excellent peaches Advt.
Stationary of all kinds. Advocate
Publishing Co. Advt
Fresh line of candies at tho Uko
oonfeotlonsry store. Advt.
TyOMUN spend more mon
" cy tbnn men, and they
upend It wUer Thoy not only
buy most or the articles uicd
iu the home, but they also
buy for their children nnd of
ten for their men folks.
Women also read the ad
vortlscmcnts more than men
do ThU makes them better
aud fcsfer buyers than men.
They limo equipped them,
elves with tbe knowledge
that make them effective
They know the twst itores,
the bet mervhnndUe, the
bent vnltios, liy reading tbe
advertisements women are
enabled to shop more eco
nomically, to make the mon
ey go further
CAM, roit 1IIDS.
Tho bonrd of trustees of Prlco
Academy heroby Issuo'a call for
bids for Uie creation of tlio propos
ed two-story dormitory, to bo loca
ted on tho academy grounds. Plans
and tjtociflcatlomi for said building
may be obtained at tho academy af
ter Saturday noon, August 1st. II Ids
will be received up to 8 o'clock p.
m., Friday, August 7th. Tho board
reserves tho right to reject nny nnd
all bids submitted.
MI18. GRACE L, FOUTS,
NOTICH. U.NITKD HTATIXH LAND
, Office, Salt Uko City, Utah, July
, 23, 19H. To Whom It May Con-
corn: Notice Is hereby glren tbnt
tho stato of Utah baa filed in this
i office lists of lands, eolocted by tho
aid state, undor Section 0 of the
act of congroMs, aprovod July 16,
1 1891, as Indemnity School lamia,
vlx: KH8KU, 8ec. 6, T 14 8., It.
10 K, Serial 012892. KV48WU,
SWViSBU, Sec. 22; KftNWfc,
WV&NKU, Sec. 27, T 11 8., It. 16
K., Serial 012890.
Copies of said lists, so far as
they rolato to said tracts by de
scrlptivo sub-dlvllon, havo been
ooiuplcuouily poited In this office
for Inipectlon by nny person inter
ested nnd by tho public generally.
During the period of publication
of this notice, or any time thereaf
ter, and before final approval and
certification undor departmental
regulations of April 2B, 1907, pro
tests or contests against tbo claim
of tho state to any of tho tract or
ubdlvUlono horelnbeforo described
on tbe ground that tho same U
more valuablo for mineri-l than for
agricultural purposes will bo re
ceived and noted for roport to the
general land office at Washington,
D. C. Failure so to protest or con
test, within tho tlmo specified, will
be oonsldorcd sufficient ovldonco of
tho non-mlnoral character of the
tract and the faction, thereof,
bo ng othcrwUo froo from objection,
will bo approved td tho stato. B
D. It. THOMPSON, Jteglster
First pub July 30, last Aug 27-14.
NOTION OF DI8HOMmo.V-Tn
Partnership, a co-partnership ux
ltlng between tho undersigned un
dor tho name and stylo of "Tho
Onrden Store" of Prloo, Utah Is
hereby this day dissolved by muUiul
n.nt. E. Uornardl having taken
over complete charge of said bust
"ess, all bill, are payable to E.
Ilornardl at said placo of bualnoss
i8Dated this 18th day of july,
HrBt pub- J"y 23 1 last Sept 3-H
I Red and
I Black I
:! Cherries I
A Ail kinds Small Fruit. jB
U S. B0YER,Jr,l
(O. J. Harmon fl
Halt Uko Property For Ssla Bfl
Uonutlful homo la Salt Lake Mflfl
to exchango for Price real AkBJ
1 O Pox 16, Price, Utah. A. Q
AdvcrtitcBtenU under Udi hM'Bfl
will bo cIisi-rinI for at the rsM BJ
ono cost a word pvr Issue. MlflBj
advertisement, 15 cents. IJ
W.VNTED To repair, any old taW BJ
at Ooodman'a Kopalr Shop BJ
FOU BALK fMownrt range, StafH
owing maohino, sanitary ooaAflJ
eotteo with leather cusUom M flj
lees than lialf prlco. Inqub'tHJ
Mrs. Connor's, next to JoaH
WANTED Umbrollaa, to repair & IJ
recovor, at aoodman'a Her!flJ
COMPETENT OIRb wanted I
toady omploymont At tho BJ
alrdome. Cm F. n. Ovorbsutli- flj
1'IUOQ AMUSEMENT CO. want I
thousand patrons to gala be! BJ
and happiness cvt too new vf
OIIIL WANTEDtor general boa fl
work tor all or part of th fl
Addrej O. K., car ot Tbe Ail
cate. It fl
WANTED Sowln machines, to rf
Pair, at Ooodman's nepalr Bbo' B
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