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" I THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE. UTAH 11
" i - - - - aasssssssas
Wholes!. , neta
Hay, Grain, Flour, Salt, Coal
Funny thing, prices talk;
Smalt prices, loud talk,
t Hotter walk oyer and talk It oicr,
I or wflto or phono
j McKUNK rORWARDINQ CO.
' Phone 68 Dlue Orays
j "We do It now."
DUn nalllngcr of Helper, was a
Prirt rlillor Sunday.
i W McKlnnon has purchased a
til taodet Maxwell.
;ia Wade Is l?an ' " Outhell
fnUt Anio company.
ur ff H Leonard has moved his
haW toe 'o Huntington.
ur Newall Call, who has been In
Mottio, It home on a tlalU
Allorsty F B. Woods Is In Salt
UU oa builncss this week.
Km. i It Varncr is moving to her
ntcs sf Sunnysldo this week.
Itiror Carl Ounderson returned
fMiJay nlsM from his sheep herd.
Deal forget Trlco plays ball at
ftlrUnd Sunday Hound trip for ono
tm trand officers of tho Ilebockah
ktu are here today, Friday, visiting
)lui Onadplle Woods Is vlalllnR
,r taUier. Fred Woods, In Soil Ijiku
!Im Ctra Allison leaves Juno ICth
W rottland, Oregon, to enter linsl
Xr E. M lturatcy has sold his bak
tj tad leaves for Washington this
md Woods, who has been attend
lih loll, returned homo Thurs
rred Dooley, tho second basoman,
4i icrepted n position with Armour
Mints Illanch Itobb, Maud and Mb
VBton are expected homo from tho
i!r be frit of tho week.
J, M Whllmore went to Nlnemllo
iriwiday to look after somo of his
iiHtiti In that acctlon.
Some fino talent was displayed at
Uofflmeaccmcut exercises of tho
ifbon county high school.
Mi Carl Supp returned Wednesday
iHta Grand Junction whero ho has
Bfs vliltlng his mother,
Ur Lynn Fauictt who haa been at
rtilng tho V of V. this winter ro
iBnt4 bomo Wednesday "veiling.
Wtll, well. I'rlco Is back In tho
asPn nd they havo got tholr inonoy
fei too. Hurrah, for Manager Jopson.
, IE. ii LuVp mnnneor for Armour
f Company at Grand Junction, Is
wuitctlng builncas In I'rlco thla
-M.fro leItoy i: Cowles, formerly
VOp of tho Carbon county high
!. attended commencement oxer-
I here Wednesday night.
I HMi- & F Chamberlain returned
I Ba Salt Uku last Saturday, und
tctomnanled by hur son, and her
V Irotlicrs, Martin and Frank Mul
r " W Mlllburn Is erecting n ono
7 .brick biilldltiR next to tho
fu Furolluro storo to bo occu
Kabyctirl3 Poppas as a cigar
Kn1 Woo,L formerly cashier at
H't . " depot hero, has return-
H w nice ami accepted tho position
r R15 i'r r " Wo' lrgo and op-
Kl ' l Wclor" u'0"-
he t,rW r)l ClooJ prinoipnj, j0hn
'"'' It y Wth tho Seoflsid
. ar i m prco Wmlnosday
' u rr . i rs to movo his family
H!n " as of Rcoflolil, ono of
B... r'.v ' routed member or tho
SiBV Mon. was transacting
H','t 't In. e tho first of the
iHi.W '!r 8'aloy Hftlllnger on-
'LB . , .a' w '"""or pnrty Suuday.
HH. J M Whltmors. Mm.
JB j .. ' Mr and Mrs. Thus.
-KJi i1 "f BBnford. Mrs. F. F.
sPh II- ry, Mannoer.
B r-'a Myer, Oec. A Treas.
: Transfer Co.
JRE DI3TILLED WATEn AND
PreiQht Given Our 8peclat
' H c" Yellow Orays or
H u, Phono B0-Y'
l We Deliver Armoui's Very
fm ?r nnidMMr .A,,ex "lllnger and
family, and Mrs. Cl.aa. Sanford. He
sides efficiently carving tho duck, Mr.
Halllngcr trcntid his guests to Joy
rides In his new llayncs.
Mr and Mrs. Albert Taylor returned
to their homo In Salt Lake City
Thursday evening after a threo
months' visit with Mr. Taylor's sister,
Mrs. C S, Trice.
Mrs. F. F. Sanford leaves shortly
on n visit to oa Angeles and tho ex
position. Later sho will go to Flag
staff, Arizona, and ptans to bo obscnt
tho entire summer
,'" J- ' Unnis of Walla Walla,
Washington, Is visiting her slater,
Mrs, I-outs. Mrs. Fouls expects an
other sister, Mrs. Hert Drown, of To
peka, Kansas, next week on a visit
Frof. Lclloy E. Cowles of tho Unl
vcrslty of Utah, and formerly prin
cipal of the Carbon county high
school, attended tho commencement
exercises of tho latter school this
Ilrach I). Lyon, auditor for the Cap
itol Klcctrlr company, has been visit
Ing tho company's branch In I'rlco this
week. Ho reports business conditions
generally very much Improved over
tho past few months.
Tho McDonald Heal Hstato & In
vestment company has opened a tract
of land for sale adjoining tho town of
Hlack Hawk. Tho announcement ap
pears else whero In this Impression of
Tho first of July Is tho tlmo set for
tho moving or tho post office. Work
Is progressing rapidly on tho building
and at this tlmo there seems to bo but
little danger that tho moving Into tho
now quarters will be accomplished by
Hoy Watrous, grand master of the
grand lodgo of Utah, I. O. O. F.. of
Hull Luku City, was a visitor at Thu
Advocato office yesterday. Mr. Wat
rous wns down for tho purpose of In
stituting a Hebekah lodgo, at Stprrs
Arthur J, Leo and Engineer It. J.
Turner havo been locating somo gov
ernment land In tho Whltmoro park
section. There Is very little land In
that locality now open for entry and
what remains tho government re
serves all mineral rights.
Miss Kthol Williams left Wednes
day night for her homo In Missouri.
On tho way sho wIM visit friends In
Colorado, making her flrst stop at
Dellcquo for a week's stay with Miss
Michaels, onu of tho lower grade
teachers In tho I'rlco school last year.
Through Mr Marcusen's efficient
administration or his receivership dtt
ties, that gentleman bus admirably
succeeded In throwing several men
out or employment, but ns far as any
ono has beon ablo to observe, has
fulled In his dcslro to put Tho Eastern
Utah Advocato out or commission.
Ono four-room houso. Seo II. u
Smith, I'rlco, Utah.
Too Much Freedom.
"1 hato this school! I with It would
burn up!" wroto a boy to his mother
from "ono of thu best preparole-
schools In tho country." Tho mother
tolegraphed: "WhyT" nnd as sho wait
ed anxiously for tho answer sho
snatched up books and articles and
pondored tbulr criticisms of 'narrow
Academic curricula wliloli fall to hold
tho child's Interest or to fit him for
life." Finally tho nnswsr came- "I
on't like It on account of Its spirit of
freedom. Thert'a too much old self
government. You can't hao any fun.
It's too free!" In that boyish io
was something nkln to our own occa
sional attitude of Irony. I'oor lad! No
rules to break; nobody's authority to
shatter; no ohanoe for the glorious
thrill of comradsH with shoulders to
gether to ram against "the sjstsm."
Only tho Isolatsd effort of self-dls-clpllno,
tho lonsly hslghts of llbwty.
That's the troubls that freedom liu
ate on all Ha champions. The New
Many Uses for Cotton.
Ono hundrod and eighty million
yards of ootlon cloth carry cement
early to build tho great oftlco build
ings, and the nloctrloal Industry of
tho country yearly consumes four
hundred thousand pounds f cotton
In tho Insulation processes.
Sunnyside Liquor House
" x RETAIL LIQUOR MERCHANTS.
" Btinnysldo, Castlo Gate, Winter Quarters and Clear Creek.
til NOTHING, BUT THE BEBT IN 8T0CK,
F'', Wlne. Brandies. Doera and Cordials for tho Family Trade.
'JB Tool and Billiard Tables.
A contributor to the China Herald,
telling of experiences during a sum
mer trip Into the desert, narrates that
while he watched a lliard run across
a sunbaked open strip of sand, It dis
appeared In a puff of vapor. The In
tense heat of the ssnd had turned
the molituro of Its body Into steam,
the pressure of which rosn so high
that tho little creature was blown
nto bits so mlnuto that no trace of
It was afterward to bo found. In
backing up his statement, ho quotes
on old projector's allegation that In
Death valley, during tho heat of the
day, water poured from a canteen wilt
not reach the ground, being turned
Into ateam as fast aa It leaves the
mouth of the canteen. Can you beat
ItT Engineering and Mining Journal.
Good Reason for Oelng Woman.
Hy nature man belongs to tho hunt
In tho open, and woman to the flro In
doors, and Just hero Ilea ono of tho
best reasons for being a woman rather
than a man, because a woman can get
along without a man's out-of-doors
much better than a man can get along
without a woman's Indoors, which
proves woman of tho two tho better
bachelor, as being more scir-con-talned
and self contented, vcry real
man when abroad on tho hunt Is al
ways dreaming of a hearth nnd a
hob und a wife, whereas no real wom
an, If sho has tho hearth and tho hob,
Is longing for man's hunting spear
or quarry. If sho Is Indeed a real
woman sho Is very likely longing ho
will not stay too long at a atretch.
but get out long enough to glvo her
tlmo to brush up his hearth and rlnro
his teapot satisfactorily to herself.
LOT FOR SALE.
Lot 30x100 feet for aalo Just east o
Turner building on Main street. Hpo
elal bargain If taken at once. Terms
Inquire of O. I). I'npas, 70 Commercial
Street, Salt Lako City. 42tf
ROOMINQ HOUSE FOR SALE.
Heat locstlon In I'rlco. Hooms well
furnished and all occupied. Second
floor Tarkor-U'ccter building. Mrs.
II. A. Gibson.
All desiring steam heat Installation
for buildings, apply to J. H. Manson,
lessco of tho I'rlco Electric Light and.
Ilrlng on your broken guns. Wo
enn repair them at floodmnn'a Repair
Two-room cottsgo on North Fifth
street, furnished, for rent. Enquire at
Dunlavey residence. 12-2
United States Land Office, Salt Lako
City, Utah.. April 30, 1915.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice la hereby given that tho Btato
of Utah has tiled In this offlco lists
of lands, selected by tho said Slate,
under section C of tho Act of Congress,
approved July 1C, 1801, as Indomnlty
School lands, vlx. 014108. NWU 8EU
section IE, T. 13 8., It. 10 E., S. U M.
Copies of said lists, so far as they
rtlntu to said tracts by descriptive sub
divisions, havo been conspicuously
posted In this offlco for Inspection by
any person Interested and by tho pub
During tho porlod of publication of
this notice, or any tlmo tharcaftor,
nnd before final approval and certifica
tion, undor departmental regulations
of April 25, 1907, protests or contests
against tho claim of tho stato to any
or tho tracts or subdivisions herein
before, described on tho ground that
tho somo Is more valuablo for mineral
than for agricultural purposes, will be
received and noted for report to tho
(lenoral Land Offlco at WasMngton,
D. C. Failure so to protest or con
test, within tho tlmo specified, will bo
considered sufficient ottdonco of the
non-mlnoral character or tho tracts and
tho selections thereof, being otherwise
free from objection, will bo approved
to tho Stato.
aOULD. H. HLAKRLV.
First publication May U; last publl
eatlon, Juno 11.
United Statos Lsnd Offloo, Salt Iak
City, I. tfth, April 30, 1015.
To Whom It May Concern!
Notleu Is hereby given that tho State
of Utah has filed In this office lists of
lands, selected by the said State, un
der section 0 or the Aet or Con gross,
approved July 16, 1894, as Indemnity
School lands, vlx: Serial 014416. 8EK
NRM, NKH 8BW. seotlon 18, T U
B.. It. 10 Ifc. &. U M.
Copies or said llstu, so far as tlioy
relate to nld tracts by descriptive
subdivisions, have beon conspicuously
posted In this orflce for Inspection by
any person Interested and by tho pub
During the period of publication of
this notice, or any time thereafter, and
boforo final approval and certification,
under departmental regulations of
April 25, 1907. protests or contests
against tho claim of tho Stato to any
or tho traots or subdivisions herein
before doscrlbed, on tho ground that
tho same Is more valuablo for mln
oral than for agricultural purposes,
will bo received and noted for report
to the General Land Office at Wash
ington, D. C Failure so to protest or
contest, within the tlmo speclflod, will
be considered sufficient evdence of the
non-mineral charactor or tho tracts
and the selections tliorcof, bolng oth
erwise frco from objection, will bo
approved to tho State,
GOULD H. nLAKELY.
First publication May 14; last pub
lication, June 11.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
(Consult county clerk or the respec
tive signers for further information.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate
of llyrum Frandsen, deceased. Crcdl
tors will present claims with vouch
efs to the undersigned at 1'rlce, Utah,
on or before the 30th day of August
A. D 1916. MARIA J FRANDSEN.
Administratrix of EsUto of llyrum
Date of first publication, April 30th,
A. D. 1915.
1) l'lescla. Plaintiff, vs. Mary Krebs.
Defendant Under and by vlrtuo of an
order of sale and decree of foreclosure
and sale Issued out of tho district
court. Seventh Judicial district, Car
bon county, stnto of Utah, on tho 30lh
day of April, 1914, In the abovo en
titled action vticreln D l'lescla, the
abovo named platntlff, obtained a
Judgment nnd decree of foreclosure
and sale against tho defendant above
named on tho 11th day of April, 1914,
for the sum of 1806 principal, Interest
and attorney's fees and 124.70 costs,
which said decree was on the Eth day
of May, 1914, recorded In Judgment
Hook 3 nt pago 216, 1 am commanded
to sell thai certain lot or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being In Car
bon county, stato of Utah, nnd bound
cd and described as follows: Lot six
(C). lllock four (4), as platted In Flat
"A," Scoflcld Townslto Survey, 8co
field, Carbon county, Utah, toss that
plcco or parcel described as beginning
24 feci north or tho southeast corner
of said lot, thence north 23 feet,
thence west 86 feet moro or less to
tho west boundary lino, thenco south
23 feet, thence cast 86 feet 2 Inchos to
tho place of beginning, together with
all and singular tho tenements, hered
itaments and appurtcnancca thereto
I'ubllc notlco Is hereby given that
on tho ICth day of May, 1915, at 2
o'clock p. in. of that day, In front of
tho court houso door (It being the
north door) of tho county of Carbon,
I will, In obedlcnco to said order or
sale and decree, sell tho abovo do
scribed property, or so much thejeor
as may bo necessary to satlufy said
Judgment, with Interest and costs, to
tho highest and best bidder for cash.
This mile Is mndo becauso tho snlo
made on Juno 30th, 1014, was not
bad and mado according to law.
Dated nt 1'rice, Utah, this 21st day
of April, 1915.
W. K. HENRY.
First publication, April 23, 1915.
. Last publication, May 14, 1915.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Coal Entry. (Sec 2347, It. S.) Land
Office at Salt Uku City, Utah, March
24, 1915. Notice Is hereby given that
Irene Grnco llrown, or Salt Lake City,
county or Salt I.ako, stato or Utah,
has this day ftted In this office appli
cation to purchaso, Serial No. 014081,
under thu provisions or Section 2347,
U. tf. Hovlsod Statutes, tho NEU
BWM.'HEV; NWU, Lota 4 and 5, of
Section 0, Twp. 13 8outh, Hnngo 9
Erst, Salt Lako meridian. Any and all
persons claiming adversely the lands
described, or desiring to object for
any reason to tho salo thereof to thu
applicant, should fllo their affidavits
of protest In this offlco during tho
thirty day period of publication Im
mediately following the first prlntod
Issue of this notice. E. D. IL THOMP
First pub. April 9; last May 7-15.
Salt Lako City, Utah, February 17,
To W. Mont Ferry: You are hero
by notified that tho undersigned has
expended f 100 00 In labor and lm
pro omenta upon each or tho follow
ing placer mining claims, to-wll: tho
8urprlso No. 1, Last Chanco and Sun
nysldo No. 8, situated In tho Tidwoll
Hldeout Mining District, Carbon coun
ty, Utah, as will appear by affidavit
filed January 28, 1915, In Hook 12.
I'ngn 361, In tho offlco of tho county
recorder of Carbon county, Utah, In
order to hold said promises undor the
provisions of Soctlon 2324, Ituvlsed
Statutes ot tho Unltod Statos, bolng
tho amount required to hold tho same
for tho year ending December SI.
1914. and U within nlnoty (90) days
from dato .of tho last publication of
thin notlco, you fall or rofuso to con
trlbuto our proportion ot such oxpen
dtturo ns co-owner, your interest in
said claims will becomo tho property
or tho subscriber under Section 2324
UTAH ASPHALT COMPANY, Uy O
K. Low Is, President.
First publication March 12; last
NOTICE TO WATER U3ER8.
Klsto Engineer's Of floe. Salt Laki
CI'v. Utah, April 3, 1915. Notion
hereby given thst Van Ji. Do Myer.
whose rxMtoffloe tddreec Is Rait Lak
Clo ''tali, has made application la
accordance with the requirements o
the compiled Lws of Utah, 1907, u
amended by the Session Laws ot UtuL
190S and 1911. to appropriate ten (H
cubic-feet of water per second froL
Mud Water Creek, Carbon Count)
Utah Raid water will bo dlvertod a
m point which beers north 45 degret
sx minutes west 3,670 feet from tht
southwest corner of Sec. 4, Twp. li
South, Ilango 8 East, Salt Lako bas
and meridian, and convoyed by mean
of a pipe line for a distance of 11,950
feet, and there used from April 1 U
October 31, inclusive, or eaclt year
to Irrigate 720 acres or land embrace
In Sections 2, 10 and 11, Township If
South, Range 8 East, Salt Lake bast
and meridian. This application Ir
designated In tho btato engineer's of
flse as No. 6030. All protests agalns
the granting of said application, stat
tng tho reasons therefor, must b
mado by affidavit in duplicate, ac
corapantod by a feo of 32.60, and fllo
In this office within thirty (30) dayt
after the completion of tho publico
tlon of this notice, W. D. UEEHS
Datn of first publication April 16
1915, date of completion of publlca
tlon, May 17, 1916.
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