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1 PAOBEIOHT THE SUN, PRIOE, UTAH-EVERY TRIDAY. fRIDAY. AUQPBT 20. 1920,
H DR. E. r. OHAMBERLAIT
H Physician nml Surgeon
H Office, Sllvagnl lllock, Ilesldence,
M North Seventh Street, rrlce. Utah.
H DR. R. E. OLOWARD
H Iljrc. Itnr. Nooo nml Tliront
H Over I'rlee Commercial and Savings
H Dank. Office houm b appointment.
H 1'HICIC, UTAH
DR. CHARLES T. ROSE
H l'liylcliiu nml Surgeon
H 114-611 Cllft ilulldlnff.
B Salt tke City. Utah Office lMione
H Was. 97; Heeldence. llelvedere, Wan.
H 19. Office) hours. 10 to 1Z a. in., and
H p. m.
H DR. H. B. QOETZMANN
H Permanently located Cher the I'rlee
H Commercial think.
H I'HICK. UTAH
H DR. SANrORD BALLINQER
M Miles Building. Price, Utah
H DR. T. J. ANTON
Itooms 9 and 10. Sllvngnl Ilutldlng.
H 1'ltlCK, UTAH
H STEWART, ALEXANDERS
H nteventh Floor the De-eret National
Dank HulMIng, rtall J.nko City. Utah.
J Bllvsgnl Uulldlng. Price. Ltah.
H ETa. McOEE
H Iteems 6 and 0, Hllvngnl Illdg.
H FERDINAND ERIOKSEN
717 Judge HulMIng
H 8AI.T I.AKIS CITY, UTAH.
H OLIVER K." CLAY
B Office Room 0, Silva-nl Building.
H PttlCK, UTAH
H BRAFrET ft TUTTLE
H Office The Tavern llulldlng
H PIIIOH, UTAH
H HENRY RUQQERI
M I'HICi: .UTAH
Office around I'loor, 1'lrst Door
Went of Tho Hun.
B B. W. DALTON
H I'lUCIt, UTAH
Office nt County Courthouse.
H "' FREDERICK E. WOODS
H PIUCK. UTAH
Itooms 14 itnd It. Hilvngnt lllock.
H ERNEST R. ORIFriTH
H TliACllim or VIOI.IIN,
m Price. Utah.
M Address, General Delivery.
M J. E. TLYNN
H CICHNKIID UMKUTAKI!ll AND
M SuoccMor to C. V. Tlnglty
B Telephone 39.
H PIUCK, UTAH.
M A. KOPT'B STUDIO
B IIIbIi tirade rortrnliit mid ICulnrito
H Second floor
Trlco Commercial iiinl Savings Hank
H 1'ltlCK. UTAH
M KNIGHTS Or PYTniAS
m Price Lodge No. 33. Meet every
M neeond, third and fourth Tuesday In
B Masonic Hall Visiting memiiers nl
M as weloome. J. 1. Urogsn, C, C
H I'. K. lUililnetl. K. It B.
H J. V. HAMMOND. I.ICHN8ltl All
B S1UA171 1'lt Ol' Tl 1 1,1 W.
Ahttraets of title furnished to any
B piece or tract In Kastern Utah, l'lrn
m Insurance written In the lien com
H punlM dnlne liuslnetm In the state.
H Itwl estate, Ixinds, eK Seioiid floor
H llvaKiil liulMInt
H WHO IS YOUR DOCTOR?
I Dr. J, B, HENDERSON
M AT PRICE, Farker-WeeterBlk.
H 10 till 12, noon 2 till 4 p. in.
M AT HELPER, Over the Helper
H Bank, 0 till 8 p. m , Except Sun
H days. Other Hours At Home.
H Calls By Appointment.
H WHY SUFFER?
H Thu more 'you ! fr sol,le people
t (ho moro tliey'll "tlo" jou
(Concluded from Page Seven)
cnttlo, in dairy herds, which in nddi
linn to llio rnltinlilp range nnimnls,
liwkp it nni' of t tie (ceding live Mock
emitilic liolli in qunnlily nnd qttntily.
Tlio stnmm of last winter depleted
Hie licnln of 11 all rattle nnd Hie utor
ie of the IntrihliiiH suffered liy the
ealtloimner lirotight doun their nv
sumhicnta. It niipprtrs, luiccr, Hint
rattle nre rapidly regaining the hut
footing, lioth in numbers nnd in
strength; liirlhs hne lieen henvynnd
the range is mi good that the entile
remaining are thriving
The Ulnh Jersey Cnltle eluli hns
hotificil .1. U Home, statu fnir man
nger, that BtiliMantinl amounts have
been donated m special pnres in the
lersey coinpclltlons liy the Miller
Cahoon compflnv, the Hen trice Cream
cry company, the Consolidated Wagon
& Mnehinc rointany, the Utah Imple
ment Vehicle company, the Harris
Unit hers dairy, Lnndcs & Co., nnd
the Clover Lent" dairy.
Secretary 1'. It. Marshall nnd As
sistant Secretary Ij. L. Heller of the
National Woolgrowcrs' association
nrc Imsy preparing lists of entries for
the fourth nimttnl ram sale to lie held
August 30th to September 2d, inclu
sive, nt the slnlo fair grounds. There
will be 531 lots, of -1000 head of sheep
in the list. Tho pens nre nil ready
for occupancy, and tho nuct lotting,
which begins mi August 30th.
Uintah county hns tho distinction
of being the first county west of the
Mississippi to orgnnixo n stockman's
protective association, to make war
uiMin cattle diseases. The I'mlnli
County Cattle nnd Horscgmuers'
Protective association has n mem
bership of two hundred. Dues are
fifteen dollnrs n year, r.ie new as
sociation will employ n veterinarian,
on whan1 service member vv'll have
WOOL WAREHOUSE FOR THE
UTAH OROWERS IS PLANNED
l'lans for tho erection of n wool
storage Vwirvhnunc for Salt Ijiko Citv,
with n rapacity of 0,(100,00(1 tmunds
of wool, will be discussed nt n special
suasion of the Utah Woolgrovicrs As
sociation to be held September 1st, nt
Salt Lake City. The special meeting
has been railed to meet sevenil uuer
genclcM in the wool situation that call
for measures of extreme relrciirh
The wool wnrehoiiMi is considered n
necessity nt this time, ns thu priiii of
liitennountnlu region demand that
n proper place bo provided for stor
age. The lack of such faellillM, it is
declared, puts thu sheepman nt tho
mercy of the market, forcing the
woolgrower, esHcinlly of this dis
trict, to market his wool ns best ho
rim, and and preventing him from
holding it for improved conditions.
The bottom has 1'iilUii out of tho
wool market nnd sheepmen u.i iu-ina
n (rink Itetreuohmeiit .limit; every
line will be urged nt the meeting le
fvrred to. Tint sheep htuiiio, must
meet the slump by cconomv in every
(NHMilbU way. The high mtlaiviH jwiil
to sheen heidont will bu given n
thorough overhauling. Many shep
herd nre receiving iMGO n mouth mid
their keep for tending the flocks and
the contention is thpt wage miut be
Sheepmen generally mo heuding
word that they will bo hero for the
special meet lug. The annual mm
sal will bu held nt that time, and ns
this itttructs many vvoolgrnvutrs, the
special meeting, it i believed, will be
SHEEPMEN ARE ASKED
FOR AN ACCOUNTING
Charge that the profits of the
Murray Sheep coiiipiiny have Ihwu
dissipated by thu payment of oxce
mvo salurieN to ofheerri of the com
puny nro made in petition for nu in
junction anil Hceouutiiig tiled in the
I lilted Slates district court by trus
tee of the late John H. Coagritf,
jormer stockholder and one of the in
toriMirutoni of tho company.
The complaint allege that ltlchard
If. Viinder and Mr. Hmdford credited
ihemselve with w I uric of $0000 and
..'0()() a president and secretary tor
tho fiscal vears ending Deeomber 31,
1)118, and December 31, 1D1U, and
paid Leo C. Winder 4-1000 per annum
tor the two years. They also paid
themfcclve and Leo (' Winder $74o,U3,
claimed as back pay. It is alleged
iurlher that the officers adopted n
rcMilulion February 28th iuereasing
President Winder's salary to ip7600
and Leo C. Winder to 6000. It is
charged that no diviiknuls have been
paid miiio .lauuur) '16, 1010, mid that
good profits were made before ro
turns were consumed by salaries.
SHORT OPEN SEASON
ON OROUSE DECLARED
Opou season on grouse, including
sage hens, prairie chicken, peniuited
or ruffled grouso, pino hen nml the
blue or dusty grouse, has been declar
ed by the state fish nnd game warden,
II, II. Siddoway, in every county in
the state, to extend from August 20th
to August 31st. No hunter will be
allowed to take more than eight birds
during the season.
. A 1
Question of Weight
By LINCOLN ROTHBLUM
(Cofrrlfht, 1H. by lh. MeClQt. N.wl
That Jupiter 1'crklns was, fat every
one ndtnltted. Ono could not desig
nate htm ns pleasingly plump or fair
ly flwhy or by nny other alllteratlvo
expression sympathetically employed
to ileicrlbp his avoirdupois, for Jupi
ter was plain fat. It would nlmost
seem ns If nature, Insulted, had re
venged herself because a stnr-gnilns
father had Insisted on nntnlng his
only child nttcr that planet. And
were the god of ancient Home ntile to
view his nnmesako In Mr. Pcrkln,
owner nnd manager of Carlton's gen
eral store, he mut needs blushlngly
hldo his muscled framo behind the
proverbial petticoat of his llkevvlfo
godly spose, though It Is not on record
Juno wore tlioso nether garments.
For Jupiter Perkins, with his overbur
dened stomach sagging like a captive
balloon straining nt Its moorings ns
If tho least additional strain would
release It, bore as tittle resemblance
to bis celestial forebear as docs Hint
worthy to the dltiouiur.
IJut be It not supposed that this pre
ponderance of flesh did not causa Mr.
Perkins the grcnteH concern, becauso
It was no secret Jupiter yearned to
tnko unto himself a wife. And no
one In all Carlton, nay, not even ono
certain lady whose years nnd lack of
pulchritude bad long since driven
away nil suitors, would give herself
In holy wedlock to the fat Mr. Per
kins, niggling, scntlmenlnl girls,
fresh from the state seminaries, would
refer to some Jilted suitor In tonus
Jupltsr Was Plain Fat.
most opprobrious to Mr. Perkins. "I
would nover murry Chester If Jupiter
were the only other man on earth."
And Jupiter continued to sigh for
wife mill perspire for thinness. An
witness him this torrid July high noon
laboriously nnd painfully purling Ills
way up the sleep steps to the second
story ottlres of the much heralded
Doctor Foster, n specialist, according
to the glided letters upon the door
he opened, following tho nttriulnnt's
ovcn-toncd "Come In."
"The doctor Is occupied," Hie whlle
nproned figure continued. "Will jou
please bo seated a few moments)''
Jupiter Perkins lowered hi bulk to
Hie edge of the luxurious armchair,
Hxperlinces had (aught him to be
ware of deep-seated, hoft-cutiloued,
heavily upholstered seats of comfort
If he wished to arise without assist
nnce. He mopped his brow, corrugat
ed with tiny rivulet of sweat at every
"Tinkle, ns be recalled with n shod
der that memorable occn.lon be re
mnlned In Hie theater overnight, alone
In the dork, held fast by the slilwi of
the chair from which the folbmlug'
inoiulii: It took tho hefty Janitor to
The memory wns too poignant, nnd
raising his heavy-lidded ejus that Ills
iiiIikI might bo distracted from Its
proMiit disquieting reminiscences, ho
wntehed the physician's attendant.
"Homely," mentally summarised Ju
piter, as ho gazed nt her face, but
looking upon her figure, "delicately
And Mr. Perkins' brief description,
while not complimentary, wns unfor
tunately true. 1'or this femalo cren
ture hud nil the factors not custom
uiily associated with Hint Indy to
whom Pnrls threw tho fateful apple.
Her hair was sparse, tied tightly In
an Indigent Psyche knot. Her eyes
wero small, slightly crossed, with
lashes nnd brows not strongly In evi
dence High cheek bones, with little color
ing, lent a sepulchral ntmosphere
about her person, nnd to top, or rather
end, evcothlr;, sho boasted flat feet.
"Hut," ns Mr. Perkins could not help
repeating, "she's dcllclously thin,"
That Is why Doctor Poster specialist
She created In the minds of his
clientele confldenco In his ability. Us
wns himself of spare form, nnd it
would seem, Judging from his growing
bank account for n physician tievt to
the community, that his psychology
was not amiss. Tor Doctor h'ostcr
was a specialist In reducing.
Ills verdict was brief. "Dlot nod
exercise, Mr. Perkins, U the only
$ CAPITAL, $10000.00 SURPLUS, $10,000.00
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t Let Us Help You to Real
X Banking Service X
Member Federal Reserve System. V-
JL PRIOE, UTAH.
W. A. LOWRY R. M. MAORAW D. BEROERA E. BUTTERWORTH A
President Vico President Vice President Cashier I.
THIS SUN'S OWN WOVIKS
PETER PATOOTIB IN THE PERBPIRATION BATH
y-I-i uj i t-i lj li iz l i i-i ii t u t, U U til Li Ci u i-j cj . o t- t j
Iqosh! rJ: or jlji.1 (
MX OHAHe SAT I fit FLOWED PROMSCUOUily
HIS STVPy TRon Mi ovctfwevKto FeVcR PTboTU- as
oFFice- Pones o'HAtt.
rrr-. . a a ei m k. -. . o s'o o B o o a Li a u Hi i o w
iL-i Li ,-, m fi n ) n n a, u t du a) a u ct t;i u u w ij. ij ,
I 2L 5
Men used to imint thu town red"
nnd girls still paint their checks Hint
At 18 they're terribly wise In thoir
own conceit, nml very foolish in our
older estimation, but don't .vim wish
jou wero that wny mid 18T
A knock is like n woman shooting
just ns likely to hit you ns the ob
ject nimed nt.
Thu men whoso funic lasts n little
longer than that of others, are those
who, in lnnklni names for themselves,
nl so mnku name for others.
W. H. WATTIS
HE KNOWS UTAH'S NEEDS FOR
He was boin nnd biouM up in Utah;
He hits helped ilev clo) Utah;
He hns built tailroads, roads, iriigation Bystcnus untl
other great projects;
He has assisted in upbuilding Utah's financial prosper
ity; He has helped to develop Utah's coal mines;
He has operated some of the West's greatest agricul
tural and stock raising projects;
He has been iiistiumcntal in the growth of Utah's
He has bolved the labor problem as concerns enterprises
vv.lh which he is connected there never have
been strikes of Wnttis employees.
His friends urta the Republican party to nominate him
for govcinor, the voters of the state, regardless
of party, to elect him for
HE WILL PUT UTAH'S WELFARE FIRST
CAM. I'Olt llltMOritATIO . I
The (leniocruU of Curium county. (
Utah, will please tnko notlro that ft j
county convention connUtlnK of one t
hundred nnd elittit delexates will lie
linld at tho Cnrlion county courthouso.
Price. Utuli, coniuionclnit nt O'Od I
o'clock p, m.. Tuesday. Ausiist 31,
l:o, for the purpona of electlnit j
twelvo ileleKiiti to attend the dome I
crude state convention to lie held In
Halt Uiko City. Momlio. Atmust 30.
1930, for th purposo of iiomlnatliiK 1
tho following orriccrs flovernor, I
Hpcretnry of- Slate, Klute Treanur
er, State Auditor, Attorney Gen
eral. State Superintendent of Pud
llo Instruction, ono JuOko of the Su
premo Court, four PrMlilenllil Klee
tors, n United States Hcnutor nnd the
election of u stnto committee
The iloleimteH elected to attend tho
dtute couveiitlnn sliull conntltute the
deleKnte for tho I'lmt Cnmrreiwlbual
nutria convention which will lie held
lmmedliitol after tho adjournment
of the stnto (onventlon nt Salt I-aKe
City, Utah, mid shall nomlnato a rep
reventutlvo fur the Slxty-Klghth con
The deleKates elected to attend tho
state convention shall also constitute
the deleirutes for the Seventh Judicial
DUtrlct convention which Is to lie
held at Salt Uiko City, Utah, wi Aur
unt 30. 1930
Itaen of wild conventions Is lieroliy
RiitlinrlxMl to tranitriot such other and
further liuslneM ns may proprely
eimelefore It, nnd as mny he deter
inlnwl ly said convention.
It U rocuiiuneuiled oy the state
demoiratlc oxecutlve commltttKi thnt
at tho county conventions and p re
al net iirlmurles n full nnd eiiiipletn
orKHiilsAtlun Is effeLted for the ciihu
lint two jears.
Tho apportionment of (leleBtttot
from thu seveml precincts of the
oounty Is Imnoil on one delevntn for
each ten votes or major fructlnu there
of cast for lion J. R. Holmes for rep
resentative to the stativ leulslature in
tho election of 1918, wlilah sold ap
portionment Is ns follows!
winter Quartern C
Castle ante It 1
Keullwortl. E 1
Price v. . 12
Clear Creek , C
8torr , T
Wnttis , 3
Helner '... 1
Harper y . .. . 1
Tho precinct uhulrmeu of the re
spectlve precincts are hereby directed
to onll precinct primaries for the pur 1
pos of electing the delegates to at
tend said county convention .
NUIli M. MADHKN,
Democratic) County Chairman,
H. S. KOWNRTT.
Your good housekeeper does not get ?
iihilIi oi edit for being one maybe, lint
a bad housekeeper gets plenty of dis
credit for being one.