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Ml, itCg' T"E SUN PRICE' UTAH-EVERY FRIDAY PAGE FIVE ! jH
Wholesale and Retail
Hay, Grain, Flour, Mill-Stuff, Salt and
Coal and everything In Canvas Goods.
We ship anything anywhere.
Five Warehouses? Reasonable Kates. "
"Blue Drays," "Do it Now." s
Phone 88. ::
McKune Forwarding Company
M store ot Satisfaction $
I m t sUsfclln cam from
tiwtYtfin l"' kaitt. Our f
rtm -ml quality do It el'cry
it u ruk of thl store to imm T
Ait ttitrt receive tho name x
lM mention we Biro .to
r4i mil over Hi "Winter. J
m.t consistent with the
r.ti -n e menu)' here T
-ttut Mmrii In excellence. T
Farmers9 and f
,, Mgrowers9 Store
I'llICi:, UTAH X
" Arthur J. Lee I
.8 : Real Eslaie,
Pi : Insurance i
!ttd , V
iS and Loans. X
He' lireslock insurance
li 'dipany doing busi- X
M,er oess in the state.
ml ; not insure your
le'S 'Hre stock against X
JS Ifcalhfromanycause? X
mF i j
usd , (v V
4 yet- , , V
ton ' Building, Price, Utah
fife ' A
For good cooking,:
34J Pfompt service,:
5? courteous treat-:
, pent, try the:
r-t Kozy- :
'$ SHi,lfJri Comfortable, Pleas- !
"l Place to Eat.
Tf' ' aid be Cwviscwl. :
CarlMin county' school open on the
7th ot October. nMt Tuesday. Monday
doing l-alwr Day holiday In t'mk.
Hunnyslde's mine worked nix day
taut week Bin) started out this week
with Hunday. Th eoki vn mn n
KetlliiK In full time.
Hmery Htnke academy at Castle
Dale begins It school your Monday,
September Jilh. The enrollment of
students so far I In -cee of last
Mr. I II. Poilmer entertained
eight Indira last PrWay afternoon In
honor or Mm. Harmon Blolta, who de
parted thl week for Arknnaaa. IHn
nor aa nrrnl aftr carUc
Thi-rr an- t faw dMlraol varan t
lmiiMR In 1'iK at thla tlm. famlllM
hihI trattirm i-omlnx In for tha arhovl
ItpfAmlnK t-nant for thoar that hava
liovn tUHHtuntal for n tlma.
.Mnrriair) llmi wr Innird dur
Int; the H-k to Holloa rallaa anil
Atheim KldBHinlUM, both of lrtra.
nml Jtilin K. Iiamaann and Andra U
CIhiiw.ii. iHith or flypaom. (Vtlo.
Utnli I'liel rntnitatty racatttly aoM
hImhii thlrt hand or mule to u iiarty
on the rewnatlon for farm Him. They
IimiI imtlloil their uaafnlitaa at the
nilnr. h It prr. Thajr want at bar
A. II. Cowl. l (irvaMant or (Hah
Purl romixtnv at Salt lka City, hap
iHintrlhutiil for hla roriMiratlmi flit)
ilollara towanla the CarlMtn-Rinvry
fulr. Arthur J. i rwclviMl (he
cheek limt Wtnlnemlay.
The home of llodert doriliiu at
HuntliiKtoii vvna revsntly iliwtroyeil by
rire. The Inmiranen nmounteil to
nliout five huntlrcil dollars, whlrh wbk
Innt week k It let! In full hy Ailjuiitor
McDoniild of Halt Uko City.
Krnnk Zfller. who went Into Hall
Ijike City recently ror treatment, died
ut tho Iittrr-diiy 8ilnt lloniiltal )
lerday iThuratlay), the cauae or death
belnu na et nndetermlnel hy tha at
tendliiK tih)KlclHii. The reimtliiH ure
lielns ahlpped to hln former huina ut
The luillea of the MethmlUtt Aid an
del) entertHlned ilri. Harmon Htolt,
one or Ilk departlmc mamltera, at a
lunch at the church jeatarda). Inci
dentally theje waa a quIltlnK le.
Momlio evenlnif the Itoyul Neighbor
mil prlxi'd Mr, hloltx at her home on
North Ninth utreet.
There I ontililprHiiie recKiaaa nriv
InK on the purl or uutomolillUta Ben
orally throiiKh the atrettii of I'rlco.
and numeroiiH complaint are lielns
made to Mandiul llryner. After wnne
one U killed ir badly maimed It will
he too late to put up the old Morry"
tor I)rleri of machine for hire
uro the wort offender.
The puhlk aehool lieRln Tuewlay.
Beptemher 7th. l'upll mud hrlnK
promotion certlfloute and meet
here hpeclfled. Seventh and elKhth
Brude ut hlfili arhool; fifth and alxth
ut hluh whool. fourth A und It at
t'lty Unit, third A and II at room on
North Ninth atreut, recond A and II.
and almi licKlnner at public library.
Three thnumind pound of flour
from a Grand Junction. Colo., milling
, firm wu laxt week aent to t'lnlah
Ilimlii point by parcel pnt. I'ndar
a recent rullnjf of tho piwtofflce de
partment Colorado point have an ad
vuntuRO over Ball mV. City In xendhiB
, In merohandl to tho former Uintah
roaertutlon bacouao or the wiw boun
: Carbon county lump otial brine
' nix dollar it ton In l-oRan und nlhar
I town to the north or Oifden In thla
atato, while nut coal wdla for t..
' Hock BprliiK. Wyo.. Hil ";
I tcntyfle cent n ton m. The
price nlM.e quoted aw nl;-"'
; cent ii ton hlBher than Halt lJk
I City. Hero ot home the nut coal aell
; nt l.3 und the lump U.0.
: A W. Horaley hi aomewhat the
wore for wear and tear thU wy-k ha
caue of mi enBUBement la.t Bundaj
. with hi thoroughbred Jr.y Hull.
; The animal nu holR "red for y
owner in the usual way. and durim.
I "ho tin ruarhad upon Hor.ley and
' mlBht have gored him to death but
I "or I,! nlertne In VhhTbrul
. ii la IIori.ley la con derahlv uriliaeu
,, T e bull Un't blMtr nin o-
: bit, but m a t iBhter ho belong, to tho
' Kenllworth, by direction or the uoaru
of county commlaalonera, " "'"
In other word, the road from Helper
hi,,!.-!."!11 to . nnwtKin with the
hlRhwa) from Trice It alao will be
f't'n1" th tand" of Former
bounty rommhwioner Handolph. who
la promotinR a aeheme ltwecn I'rlce
The bnT wnula of Trwop 1. under
command (,r ScontmaiKer Harulcr.
b-U i rlee on Monday. Auguat Jld. and
returned hurt FrWav. AUruH J7th.
There ere riftn In tha party and
an report haiinc had a moat relhnt
time The natlntc waa twanty-foar
mllea nnrthweat near CoHon JTeb
In, fmihlng and mountain cltMblft
waa the paattme. Thl. I tha third f
euch trlpn taken tn the aewto thla
ter all of which have ban rnM for
those partb Ipntlng
Arnold Mi Rwan of this city waj
fined one dollar and coala by Juatlc
Mlddb-lnn lant Maturday avenlMa; for
jklnit water from tha rallal of Prlea
WnUr romt'int The water waa
pumped from the rnnal to tha reaar
"ir at I'arkdale addition. Complaint
w made t.y Marlon nitaa. tha water.
miM.r W V !,.,. for whom Me
rman forking, my he will ap
! 'I the .-nee .. the dbMTtcf court
Xamnuido' Weln-r. tha Salt lke
tin attorney, will defend Mritwan If
th hw Roe higher.
Arthur rroxford. Indapandent In-"iiran.-e
adjuater. haa omu pretty huay
In and amund lrlre for aeYaral daya.
Iif week he waa here to aettla tha
loea Incurred by the fire at tha old
frbe 1'iiib bar building and content
and the damage to the Thoma build.
inR to the north After thl waa all
flaed he want to rtreen Hlrar Friday
and paid Jim ftheya and Oleeta IVel
plac about atx thouaand dollar far n
raeant loa In building and eontent
that. Ketumln to I'rlca he want
over to Sunnyatde on a mall taaa.
Monday h adjuatad a Inaa for Matt
Warner on a farm building t the
weet of thla city, returning tn Hall
lke City on Tueaday.
Tha annual uke eonvenllon of tha
Votint Men' and Young Udlee" Mu
tual Improvement aaaneiatlon will lie
held at I'rlce. September Uth and
Ilth. Member of the general board
wltt he In attendance. All of tha local
ward officer and rlaaa leader are
requeated tn be In attendance at tha
meeting, eapectatly the one held 8at
urday mornliuc at le oviork. Tha
program In full will be printed In
auhaaquent laauee of local weekly -pen.
Ward prealdent will pteaee aee
that their aaaoclatlona are fully rep
reaenled. It I eapectalU requeeted
that acoutmaatera be present at tha
Saturday meeting, aa Instruction per
taining to arout work will Ite fully
8af foahlllc'e Tlmea nf laat Fri
day: ""am Uyrett, who l In charge
of the work at the ntd briquette plant,
now the Summit Fuel company, ha
a force of men at work clearing out
the old (Joiner Thoma entry, from
which (mint work will begin at the
mine. It will probably tie In the
neighborhood or two week before
miner will be put to work. Itefnre
the winter hi over they expect to be
working from a h und red lo a hundred
and fifty men. ThU I the beat piece
of new that thl Hipr ha contained
In a long time and It took a though
the very bottom hud been reached,
and from now on Coalilllu will lie on
the upgrade, and e (initially get ImhU
to where he lielong."
Service at the .Mfthodlut church
next Hundiiy nt II o'clock In the fore,
noon. Hunday school nt 10 o'clock.
Tho dbttrkt superintendent, Dr. K. U
Mill or Halt Uike City, will preach
and admlnUter the sacrament or the
l.ord'M Hupiier. All member or the
local church are requested to le pres
ent. All who reel that they are Chris
tian tire Invited In take thl sacra
ment In remembrance or the death
or Chrlnt. ICpworth league at 8
o'clock, followed by u short sermon by
Dr. Mill. There will be the quarter
ly conference on Huturda) evening nt
g o'clock nt which till the official
member are expected, and to which
other who are Interested nfo wel
come. Innnmuoh a thl I the Inst
oonferenro previous to the general
conference. It I expected that n large
attendance greet the presiding elder.
mm m her
dimv or One Vul the (nlloii Or
dered Al I'rlco.
aasollne Increased thl week at
I'rlce one cent In price to consumer
who buy In quantities of twenty-five
gallons or mora. Thl Is by order of
the Continental Oil company, which
has announced that until further no
tice the additional price of one cent
per gallon on ull gullno will be
According to telegram received
from Oklahoma, where the oil wells
hae ruled the Western market, eiude
oil at the well' mouth will he ad
vanced In price rrom seenty-rii
cent per Imrrel to 11.60 within tho
next four month.
Thl will mean that gasoline will
reach thu high flume It did In 1911
when It sold at twenty-two cent per
gallon In twenly-rivo gallon lot.
MAN ACCIDKXTAl.l.Y KILLS
hKI.P WITH OWN HKVOI.VHIt
KI'llltAIM. Sept. t C V. Whiting.
37 ear or age and formerly local
manager for the C nsolldated Wagon
mid Machine company, hut who or
late years had been emploed In Bait
Ijike City, accidentally shot and killed
himself today with u revolver from
which, he was attempting to remove
two cartridge which hud become
jammed by the mechanism.
Whiting was found near tho west
ern edge of town by his wife, who had
gone In aeoroh of him when he failed
to return far luncheon nt noon. ThU
morning ho told her he wa going Into
a field near by to flro tho rovolver and
so remove the danger from tho cart
ridge. When he wo found ho wan
seated beneath u tree. HI penknife,
lay liwldo him. and It I thought ho
wa trying to romova the cartridge
with the knlfo when the weapon wa
dlsoharged. The bullet entered the
abdomen and ranged downward.
Death I believed to have been al
most Inxtontancou. HI wife and
daughter survive him.
UTAH POWER AND
LIGHT HAS BEGUN
COXSTIUTTIOX OANO WOllKINU
Noinii op ui-vmuTox
Mnloo" Por the Pinery Count) Town
to tNimc Por Iho Time llclng Prom
HlnwHilm SuricjM or the Main
Muc fVllow the Hint or (lie IIIIN
Nmth of Prliv to Itehm Siiiinyldt
Five or six surveyor working for
Ptah rer and Light company have
been tor n week or ten daya running a
line from Hiawatha tn Huntington
for the lighting of that town under
the rontrait recently entered Into and
wht. h the Rait lke City corpora
lion be omra the owner of the Hun
tington plnnt l.aet Tuesday the con
fraction gang arrived at Huntington
and I now at work on the ower line
to the north Thla will he pushed a
rapid It sr poMrthl m order that the
system may he Installed with the least
Completed to Hiawatha, the line
will b supplied with "Juice" for Hun
tington from the plaint of the Putted
Htatee Poel company. Prom Hiawa
tha the pole of the wwer and light
company will gn In to a point below
Helper, where the central station of
the Ptah Power and Ughl I to lie
erected Hurvey show that the main
line of the Plah Power and Ught I
lo lie extended from Provo to Tucker
on the Henver and Itlo (Irande main
From Tucker the comimny I to
leave the Itenver and Itlo (Irande and
go through the mm to the lower end
of Pleasant Valley below Hcnrield. The
roula of the old "oallco rond" will be
followed. Prom Hcafleld Ptah Mine
of the Ptah Fuel cntnitany I ranched.
Hare It ernsjint over the head of Hea
ver Creek and rente down to Hprlng
(lien by way of Itorr and HuttidA.nl
Wile. At Spring Olen It will go north
f Price a abort distance, coining out
a mile or so to the west of Htinnylde
to the lvnver and Itlo (irande nlMtttt
From Cedar on It will follow the
!cnter and Itlo (Irande right of way
generally to a connection with the
Colorado system of the Ptah Power
and Light, but under a different name.
which furnishes electricity to the
mines of Western Colorado and alao
lo the principal towns. The Hunting
ton and lllack Hawk line will be built
on to Hprlng Olen. Prom Spring (Hen
short II nea will lap the mine at Com
et on, Caelle date. Kenllworlh and
other place a It I seen fit to build.
Plan and apovlflcutlou for the
Hprlng OIhii plant or central und Ken
crating station htm now In the hand
or the compnny engineer nnd
draughtsmen and It I expected will
lie out shortly. In fart. It Is sold con
vtruotlon work I to begin Just iix soon
na these plans are available nnd con
tractor have had the tlmn and oppor
tunity or going over litem nnd making
With tho cheap coal nnd water
ower ut Hprlng Olen It Is not unreas
onable to think that most or tho
"Juice" for Hall Like City will be gen
erated In Curium county nnd carried
by wire to the capital of the state.
The distance I slightly In oxece of n
hundred mill's. Juice" Is now tuken
over ic hundred nnd thirty mile by
thl comimuy to Zlon
LIBRARY WANTS MONEY
County Hoard of l&liicitllon Asked In
Make Hiatiiil Tot Ia'V).
The Curnegle Library hoard met
last Tuesduy evening with Mrs. Nellie.
Wilson, Mr. L O. Hoffmann, Mis
Mary Mathl. C. II. Marouseit, A. W.
Horsley und Mayor Carlos Ounderson
of the board present. It wa agreed
tn rent three room or Iho building ror
public arhool purpose at forty dollar
n ittnntli Til. rlit munnv 1 In Im
used In buying new book for the li
brary. Mr. L O. Hoffmann and C. It.
Marrusiin were named u u committee
lo wait on tho county school board
and to urge upon the board the muk
Ing of iho levy or fifteen cent per
cupltu. u directed by luw, annually,
for library purposes.
One library table and some ntaga
line case weru ordered. Also somo
repair on window for ventilation.
Tho board decided to order two Halt
Iike City dally newspaper ror the
Mi dure hugger.! Time Por Holding
That the time ror the convention or
the National Woolgrower' association
In Bait l-ake City will bo during the
middle of Junuury I tho belief of H.
V McCluro, secretary or tha orgunl
ration, He directed a letter lust Tuesday to
member or the executive committee
of the Hssoclatlun. leaving It to them
to select the time, but suggesting the
middle of January a the most suit
able. The convention will last three da)
and will be the national gathering or
the vvolmen' organization. Other
matter pertaining to tho convention
were lefl to tho decision of thu uxevu
coLLKtmm or customh ih
HOLDING UP CONKIHNMK.Vr
Cigarette holder which wero con
signed from flreeco to John dulanla of
Hlawutha are being held up by T. F.
Thomas, collector of customs for the
port of Bait Luke City. Thomas sus
pect that tho consignment I the work
of areeif convict labor and la there
fore doubtful of the admission of the
goods to the United Btates. Ho has
applied to Washington for a rullr.g.
The cigaretto holder are elaborately
carved with relief of tha old Spartan
PAVA'LiLiVoUR BILLS ( H
BY CHECK 1 I B
It's the surest wny. Ench voucher Is your RECEIPT, W' ' 'H
acknowledged in court. Especinlly pay your HOUSE- i H
HOLD HILLS by check. Your wife can mannpo thu i tjjH
holno more ECONOMICALLY. It saves the ANNOY- v, eH
ANCE of MAKING CHANGE, removes the DANGER of H
kcunlnsr money nbout tho houso nnd provides an AC "sbbbbbH
CURATE ACCOUNT of just how the household money M
is spent. Kecj) CHECK of you money by CHECK. JHH
CHECK up by CHECK. Your chock checkmntos dishon- r h
osty. Four por cent inturel, comiwutuled Homi-annually, t H
pwitl on savings accounts. ;, H
Price Commercial & Savings Bank it i H
Price. Utah f H
Z M I M
HII CATAIMUE IS OUT
Prlutcil Ity lite Sun mid the Mono)
Pur tin dob Kepi At Hume.
rite Sun' Job printing department
la today delivering to the aectetary of
the Carbon-Kinery Pair association
three hundred rntnbiguea containing
the premium lint and rule and regu
lation of the fair to be held nt Price,
Heptemlter ltd lo 2ttlt, Inclusive, to
gether with other Information nnd nu
merous advertising Htge or hustlie
firm or the city.
' The hook haa forty page nnd In
lac I five and one-hair by eight
Inrheex Copy ror It was turned In to
The Hun last Friday nnd In aix day
the booklet I ready for distribution.
The quick work wn made tonlhlc by
The Him'a excellent equipment nnd a
most competent working force nt the
linotype machine nnd on the presses
Hill het of nil, the customer I
plcuscd with the work ntid the coat of
the Job. Had the work lieen sent nut
of town. It would have consumed
much more time and would have coat
more. A It I the mone) remains at
home and will circulate among Price
Tenuis Pnttii the t'nltcil Mil I ox Pud
to Mivt At Hliivvtitlin.
T dei Ida whblt team will represent
the Pulled Hlnte Fuel oitiMMiy In
lite first nld und mine rescue exhibi
tion ut tho Punumn-PuclMe exposi
tion tha latter iwrt of this inotith. the
team represeittlttg the lllitek Hawk.
Mohrland and Hiawatha properties of
the i-omiHiny will meet In a final con
test nt Hhiwatha on Labor Day, next
Monday. When tho elimination con
test wero started some lime ago seven
learn were entered from the three
properties, but thu struggle ror tlm
trip to the exposition ha narrowed
down to one team from each place.
Special train will be run from
Illuek Hawk nnd Mohrland to Hlawu
tha lo carry Iho "rooters" for the In
dividual team, nnd several of the of
ficial of the Pulled State l uel com
pany will go from Hall 1-ako City to
witue tho exhibitions. After the
contest there will be u baseball game,
and the day's celebration will close
with u dance.
DIED IN JOSJMEIES
Child of Mr. mid .Mr. Pnil A. Sweet
Hiicriiilih Alter liug Illness.
Word ha been received here or the
death of Mary Sweet, age I' ear und
oldest daughter or Mr. und Mr. Pred
A. Hweet, In Ios Angeles. Culu., last
Wednesday morning. Death wu
caused by heart trouble, or which Mis
nwrvi ouii nreii siiiieriog lor several
month Hweet In president or the
Standard Coal company nnd I well
Mr. and Mr. Hweet havn been In
Southern California for five month,
gojng thete on account of their daugh
ter' health. The. body will arrive In
Halt Uikn City Saturday afternoon und
funeral service will be held at the
Hweet residence llurlul will be In
Mount Olivet cemetcr)
Stittc Hoard or I Jliiciitlon to Allow
In order to avoid possible Injustice
to teacher In the stuti. who might
claim they did not receive u copy of
the lOli Instruction relative to exam
ination for certificates. Dr K. O.
Oowun. state superintendent nt pub
lie Instruction, ha ltted u cinulur to
all county superintendent permitting
special examination on request
The ulroulur slate that peraon de
siring to take tho examination must
mulra arrangement with district sup
erintendent In tlmo for tho report to
roach the Salt Luke City office by
Introduction Is made elsewhero In
this bwuo of tho fifty beautiful Kitchen
Maid, model of efficiency, that Just
rocently arrived In Prlto to work In
tho kitchen of fifty of thu best home
of thl community at unheard of small
wages. These kitchen mnld nro cap
nble. thoroughly sclentlflo and au
tomatic. That Price ladle nro to be
benefited by these, kitchen maids 1
duo lo tho progreaslvenes of Drooks
Furniture company, who ure rpon
stble for the kitchen maid being
brought to thla city. Bee thorn In our
atore window. Advt.
Block certificates, bond and blank
book of uny size or etylo to on?er.
Everything In commercial printing
and office itatlor.ery. The Sun, Price.
EKjIITEEHRE DEAD , H
Nuked Limp Ignite (tit Prnkcl In f f H
PntH'i1). i H
JollNHTii.N. Pa.. Aug. Jl. Hlght- f H
een miner, mostly foreigner, wero fy f ' H
killed by n naa epluilati In the Or It I k B
end mine of the MsreJinnts' Offal A M
comiNiny nt HosWell tnda)'. Three l jH
hundred men Wuro working In the n H
mine nt the tlmn. 'JQ .
All the iHMlle recovered tonight Xut H
were en Imdl) bunted (ItHI IdentlflCH- Hi' H
tlon was ImiHHadhlo. The exploston fff H
oeottrreil deep In the mine thl morn- k, V' H
Ing, but owing to the great amount of lj M, H
wreckage It wa oarly tonlnht before Mj Ki H
the aHit where the blast took pktco m'r HL H
had lien reniheal and lite extent of m H
tho explosion known. Wf H
The Ignition of a Rna itocket liTf ' H' H
naked lamp waa beltevnd to Imve been V H
re)ousble. k, W
VllltV HI.Kiltl' lNClitLHI4 W a
ON LOCAL HXI'HIMH ItAiltS 1 H. H
Tatlffa covering the pew eatpre-e 5 ,
i ale authorised by the Interstate j "H
commen-e eomiMlaeioH, to tiecome ef y 6 K , f'.
feetlve Meptember 1st. Imve been re- HI J K "
celved IH Utah. A eHght advance wn fl J, V pH
authorlaed b the coHiHilaatfin. Itut It j S. -.H
wn not enough to be noticed by the W- H
imtioni or the ctimiHiHlee. The In- . , mti aBBBnanai
crease from New York tn Watt take i , M
Clt) range flout one to five cent on if. v Hf H
wiclt iHteknge weighing lea than n Lvt WK 1
hundred ihiuihIs. No Inrrease wa fjjQ t I, ' H
granted on tmekagn weighing more 'V'J- ML kH
than a htimlriMl pound. ' ' HS H
PIMHIItAM ,T TAHKHNACLH ff! . W7 M
KUND.W, HKITItMIIKIt PIITII 3 ' k jH
Joint program of tho Young lidlen jfc.. ' W1 B
and Young Men' Mutual Improve- Biffs IbK aBBBBanai
ment ussoelntlon Hlimlay evening, InCl bbbm bbbbbbb1
Heplember tth, nt the latter-day Hvf'f Wr' 'sbbbbbbbb!
Halnt- taliertinnlo nt A o'clock, sharp. 3',' aV' bbbbbbbbb!
Hong Congregation Jlj" K' , H
Pra)rr O. T. Harmon !w B bbbbbbbbI
Vocal Hold .... Mis Anna Jones Jtli m BbbbbbbbI
Inslrtlinental Helectlon ... Orchestra ffi'lil ' bbbbbbbbI
Piricen Minute Talk . . II II. Walter i,Bh, I'7 bbbbbbbbI
Piano Helectlon . . Mr. A. H. Horslny I'll Ml jbbbbbbbI
Vocal Hoi.) (leorge Mnthl I( f 5 M
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