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M PAQEEIOHT THE SUN. PRICE. UTAH EVERY PBIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
M GOOD GOODS AT THE PRICE OP THE OTHER KIND V
I I COLD WAVE NOW f
H t It merely moans that tho warm things you intended to buy J.
H 1 next month will bo bought now. t
H Jw Speaking of warm things, we especially mention our showing '
H $ of blankets. A big varioty of sizes, colors and weights. t
H JL Also underwear. All weights and sizes for tho entiro family.
I A. D. HADLEY f
t SIS Main Street f
H "Y GOOD GOODS AT THE PRICE OP THE OTHER KIND i
I Price Hide, Junk &
H Metal Co.
B Pays Ucst Price Tor
Hides, Pells, Wool
H hiKHlnl Price I'nr Alt
H Kind or
H Sonlli Ninth Street, Across llio
H Itnllroad Truck.
B Phono 2.M I'. O. IWix 203
H mm:, itaii
MANY'S THE COURTSHIP
That has been waged, through vari
ous stages, to a most successful finalo
through tho aid of our cholco confec
tions. Don't ignoro them. They aro
most effoctual in patching up tho
quarrels of lovers, and aro endorsed
by Dan Cupid as ono of his most ef
fectual allies. Ico cream that's satis
fying. Fountain drinks, fruits, nuts
Busy Bee Candy Co.
I Millbufli Mine Coal
1 AS (.OOI) AS Till; MIST
B Delivered In tlio Mill nt Prion
B 87.00 tlio Tim
J, 3,!M) nl Mlno
H Leave Orders With Desmond Morrison
H i Plioue avv Oil PJIICIC TltADINO CO.
I I Kill That Cold With
I CASCARA QUININE
M FOR "QhflW&fy AND
H Colds, Coughs "OMV La Grippe
H NuRlected Colds ore Dangerous
TW no elwiKM. Keep thia standard remedy hsndy for tho flnt ineoi.
H Ureaks up a cold In 24 houra Rellovw
Oripp in 3 days Excellent for Headache
H Quinine In this form doe not affect tlio Iisad Cascara la but Tonic
H Lamuv Na Opiate In Hill's.
H ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
I ON THE MARKET
I IN NOVEMBER
3 John Scowcroft & Sons Co.
H OQDEN, UTAH, SINCE 1880
m Branch Houses Price, Utah, and Idaho Palls.
STILL ANOTHER CARBON
PROPERTY 18 SOON
(Concluded From Pago Thre
proceedings and in not lo lie based
uiwn the facts whioh lel lo the pro
ceedings." It. M. Mngravv is bnek nt Hiawathn
from n recent husinom trip over in
Mutual Coal poiniHiny oxpcols to be
sliippiiMr out of Spring Cnnjon in
about fl( weeks. A mile mid a half
of railroad track remains to be laid.
Tour hundred laborers and minors
wero killed in n coal mino explosion
in the Olii LI provinco of China on
Thursday of Inst week. Smoke caused
most of the denths.
Aftor deliberating ninny weeks, the
state public utilitiM eommlMion bns
rendered n decision Krantlng advanc
ed rates Hint will ndd approximately
n million dollars nnnunlly to the
revenue of the Utah Power and Light
company. Tho decision caino as the
result of an investigation by the com
mission of about fifty of tho largest
lovv erasers, who were buying their
elect no energy on spccinl contract on
n wholesale basis. Several Carbon
county coal properties nro hit hard.
They may put in their own plants.
Tho Intcnnountnin Development
compnn proiwscs to issuo in Utah
$1,000,000 of preferred stock to raise
money for tlio purposo of buying op
tions mid nthervviso nctlng ns n hold
ing company in tho dilclopmcnt of
various Utah and Nevada industries.
Tho company is at present planning
to develop the Urado Oil roiiimny.
which has n plant near tho Utah and
Colorado state line nnd certain silver
proiiuriios in Xcvnda. It is also con
templating stc,ps in other oil projvor.
ties as welt ns in coal nnd hydrocar
bons "Many operating nccounts of coal
companies nro padded for tho puqwso
of avoiding tho federal incomo tax,"
declared Gov. James 1. Qoodnch In
nn ndd rem nt a good roads meeting nt
Cannelton, I ml., n few days ngo in
discussing orders of the special coal
and food commission, which recently
fixed coal pnees in Indiana. Ho de
clared that if tlio mino operators con
tinue their refusal to furnish coal
u I ton tho order of tho commission "all
tho fads in tho jiossvasion of the
commission will bo given to tho pub
lic." Discussing tho assertion of
Phil II. l'eiiua, secretary of tlio Indi
ana liitiimlnous Conl Operators' as
sociation, that tho mlno owners had
no intention of complying with tho
orders of tho commission, tho gover
nor said that men in Ohio, who before
tbu war, wero content with salaries of
from 16000 to $10,000, w ore now draw
ing $30,000 and $-10,000, for managing
mine. "I don't think lYnna or nnv
out else connected with thtt operators'
association wants tho inside facts laid
Iwfore tho teoide of tho state," says
(Inventor Goodrich, who himself is n
coal mino operator.
HAROLD O. NELM8 WEDDED
TO CALDWELL, IDA., GIRL
Attended by relatives and n few
intimate friends of the bride and tho
groom, h quiet but very pretty wed
diwj took place at 7'30 o'clock on
Wediiediv evening, Octohr 0. 1020,
at tlitirtMiiilenei'of thobridiV parents
at Siimiy Slope, when Altu, daughter
of Mr. mid Airs. 1'rvd Iliwers, was
unitwl in iiiarnngo to Iianild (1.
XbIiiw, miii of Mr. and Mrx. O. 1".
Xlnw, of this city, was the Cnldvoll
(Ida.) TrihuiiB. Hahlias, MMins and
lo were un1 eifeetively in tho liv
ing riHini, where, the ceremony was
imrliinuwl by ltev. David U. Hiiro of
the 1'reab.vtreiHii chiireh. Tho bride
unit groom entered unattended. The
Imde was most hPHiitifullv gowned in
white and einliroiilered georyatto over
white Mtm. A lmunteouii wedding
Miipr was served immediately fl
lowiugthueeretuouv, alter which Mr.
and Mrs. Xelms eame to thia olty and
iiumeliately went to lioitMkeening at
their now home nt 1'iftlt and Dear
born. Mr. Neltiw is one of Cold
well ' jHipular oiiug ladlea nnd has
been employed for the aat sif.'onil
yeaiSi at the local telepliono office.
Tlie groom is alwi very popular in the
voutiaer nt and ia emploved in tho
liookKtwjiiiig demrtmut of tho Com
DOCTORS ADVISED TO
KEEP WITHIN BOUNDS
The state industrial commission in
it circular letter advise physioaua
that the practice of making too many
visits to victim of industrial acci
dents, where the doctors are paid by
the visit, will not Hie tolerated, and
that heieafter bills in audi unsoa must
be itemized. Tho circular letter wus
sent out iijhiii the advice of tho Utah
Medical association, whioh in many
eakes stands soiiw)r for tho adjudica
tion of differences hetweoii tho doe
tor nnd tho mticnt The lottor of tho
commission calls attention to tho fact
that u new aohedule of fcoa was
adopted in July, and that this is still
Americnu homp is now ued exten
sively with flax in shoo thread, tho
United Statos department qjE agricul
ture finds. Without tho Ilussian sup
ply flax is not available in sufficient
quantities to supply tho demand.
That good printing. Tho Sun.
nEPOUT MADE TO THE HANK COMMI8SIONEU OP THE STATE OF
UTAH Or THE CONDITION OP
The Price Commercial & Savings Bank
Located at Trice, In tho Countr of Carbon, Btato of Utah, at tho Close of
Business on tho 26th day of September, 1920.
Loans and discounts , $606,591.26
Stocks and bonds and securities, cte. 173.27C.C0
Hanklnff houne 10,000.00
Duo from federal rescrv e bank 37,600.00
Duo from other tmnks , 8,16 13
Chocks on other banks In some town $ 3,329.29
Cash Items '. 1,087,16
Currency , 63,693,00
Total cash on hnnil.. C1.S41.07
ltonds and certificates ilefiOolteJ 61,236.00
Total , , , , $977,613.06
Capital stock paid In $ 60,000.00
Surplus fund 70,000.00
Undivided profits 9,126.72
ItMorvctl for taxes ami Interest 12,600.00
DeKH subject to eheek 200,471.17
Cashier's checks , rf 11,093.07
Postal iwvlnK4 deposits 12,213. SO
Time certificates 28,443.40
Savings deposits , 233,774.69
Hills iwyatilo wllth federal reeerve tank 111,260.00
Other bills payable, liomls iKirrowed 16,600.00
ltonds and certificate deposited - 63,236.00
State of Utah, County of Carbon sal ,
Carl It Marcuoen, first belnR duly sworn according tolaw, Deposea nnd
nays thai ho Is cashier of the abovo named Imnk, that tho almvo and forcirelnir
report contains a full, truo and onrreet statement of tho oondltlon of tho said
liank at tho close of business on tho 26th day or September, 1920.
CAUL ft. MAItCUSEN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 30th day of September, 1920.
(Seal) , W. K. ANDHItSON, Notary Public.
My pommlsslon expires 18th day of March, 1920.
W. P. OIJJON.
NEIL M. MADSHN,
J. II. LBAUTAUD.
fitnte of Utah, Offlco of Hank Commissioner.
1, N. T. Porter, bank commissioner of tho State of Utah, do hereby certify
that tho foreBoIng Is a full, truo and correct copy of tho statement of tho abovo
named company, filed In m oofflco this Cth day of October, 1920.
N. T. POHTEH,
H. V. COMIINO IWP15CIALLV
1'irriJD l'OH ASSHSSOItHHIP
H. V. Ooldlnit. the democratic can
didate for TOiinty assessor, Is widely
known In Carlion county However,
there aro a number of facts concern
Inn his aillvltle and career which
especially prove his altaoluto fitness
for tho offlco to
tw h 1 c It ho aspires.
Ills training and
education and ex
qualifies him for
the offlco of county
assessor Ho Is n
I tahn thrnuKh and
been Imm nnd rear
ed In this state. Ho
entered Snow Acad
emy nt Kphralm at
tho ago of 18 eara
nnd continued his
attendanro at that Institution until he
was graduated from tho normal de
partment White there he also took
n business course under Thomas A.
Ileal, today considered ono of Utah's
After graduation ho entered the
school teaching profession, but man
aged also to spend sevoral torms at
tho Unlvoralty of Utah and there ob
tained milts onough that a life dl
plomn was granted him by the stato
ixHird of education He taught school
eleven oars, eight of which has been
In Carbon tount. Including one ear
at tho Carbon count) high Ho served
the county creditably as superinten
dent of school two and a half )oars.
During his lnrumbenr a superinten
dent the transition of tho old system
to the consolidated was ai coiiipllahed
In this great work he showed hi skill
and ablllt as an organiser
The imm three ear he has devoted
hi entire time to btndneiM affair. He
has had and U having agricultural
experleuci, having owned one of tho
principal farms In the Wellington dis
trict. Ho Is married and has a family
to share the beautiful home and sur
rounding The people of Carlton coun
ty will be satisfied with the an
ments plaeed upon their belonging
with hi election, November 3d, next.
Dciuoi ratio Couiil) (Vuiml Commute)
Nell M. MmlM'ii, Clmlriitmi.
WILLIAM HIIMW, NVI1VK OP
ITAII, UP roil COMMIhSIONKIt
William Kdmau, whom the demo
crat have named for the lommbwiton
ershlp for two years Is h resident of
Castle Gate. He wa liorn at Ogden
forty-one year ago and lived at Halem
In t'tah cminU from the time he was 4
ears old until he attained manhood.
Then he went tn the iisrts mlnea at
Mereur and elsewhere In this state
until some seventeen ear since he
located at Castle Gate sod ha Iwen
an employe of the Utah Fuel lomnany
mil the Pleamtnt Valley Coal coin
pan) ever since No emplo) of the
several thousniids of the Utah Puel
eoiniuiny stands olgher In th estima
tion of those oJinve him than does
William IGdman. He lis been a work
Ingmau of the real kind all hi life
At Castle Date, where he I the lieet
known he has been a promoter of
baseball, clean sports of every kind
ajul ha done much to Itetter social
conditions of the camp all around.
Those who know him best reallie hi
fitness for a cominllonarshlp He
has the good, hard sense and business
ability that I required for the plate
The voter of Carbon county can make
no mlstal.e In electing hlin Again,
that end of the count) Is entitled to
lepresentatlon nn the board William
Kdman Is honest, capable and above
small thing. In nominating him for
tho place the delegate to the conven
tion had In mind the fart that If elect
ed he will also represent the large In?
tercet up ftprlng Can) on
Dcmocrnllt' Count) Central Committee
Nell M. MailM'ii, Clmlrnmu,
aasa ssss ai i 1 1 i saa arag
Jame Prontjea, who a few months
ngo conducted an automobile stage
line out of Helper to the Uintah Itaain
inuntr), shot himself at Salt Lake
City Wednesday evening of last week
and later wa taken to a hospltnl,
whore ho died early Friday morning
from u bullet wound In tho head,
Financial troubloa are believed to be
nt the bottom of the act He has two
divorced wlvos, one In Idaho and the
other In .Ion, and a couple of uhlldren
by the first wife Ills second wife Is
a niece of Mr. It, M Pope of Duch
sne. Tho suicide occurred after he
and other friends had been entertain
ed by tho Pope at the Cullen Hotol.
Tflp Top the flour of the hour
never fall to make the best of bread,
trj It. Ask )our grocer for Tip Top.
You ran't lighten a dark past liy
burning the caudle nt both endd.
ARE TO SEEK EMBARGO PROM
CONGRESS ON WOOLS.
(Concluded Prom Pago Six.)
government has decided to allow tho
packers to perfect their selling agree
ment. C I) Stovvsrt has resigned a presi
dent of the state llvo stock ttoard. He
quit November 1st.
Forage poison Is responsible for the
death of a number of head of horses
this week over In tho vicinity of Santa
quln Moldy liny.
Tho annual meeting of tho Utah
Cattle and Horsogrowcra wilt bo held
nt Zlon, December 14th, next, at tho
time of the cattlegrower convention
of twelvo Western State.
Tho Itinerary of Parley P. Christen
son, tho eandldato'for president nn tho
farmcr-!ator ticket, shows that ho
will clone hi campaign with a rally in
Salt I.ako City the evening of Novem
ber 1st. Utah follower aro planning
n torchlight pnrado for that night
Former President William Howard
Tuft Is to speak at Zton In tho tabor
naclo noxt Monday,
Tip Toil tho flour of tho hour
never falis to mako the best of bread.
Insist that )our grorer give )ou Tip
Most pcoplo seem uuablo tn stand
great prosjicrity, but fortunately most
pcoplo don't huvo n chanco to.
It Is quito a comfort occasionally
to get into n company that does not
disousH tiro and engine trouble nnd
has nothing worse than slckuoas or
Imd busiuoM to worry about.
Best the Drug World
That is just what wo boliovo. Our
knowlcdgo is tho result of years of
cxpcrlenco with drugs. Wo dare not
recommend every patent modicine
and secret formula. We do not know
what they contain. Wa do recom
mend, however, certain good ones and
guarantee them to bo just what they
claim to be. Thoy aro an open formu
la remedy, and we, knowing what they
contain, aro willing to back them to
tho limit as the best the drug world
Price Dnig, RexflH Store
Main and Depot Streets
Now supply of baby cab tiros.
Bring jou wheels to
ROBINSON'S REPAIR SHOP
I PRICE BOTTLING
HOIT MUNICH AND PLWOIt-
INO hVHIJPK, CANDY
AND DltUM (IAS.
Oood delivered at jour home
promptly. Out of town orders are
solicited and given the best of at
tention. Phono 24,
Host Jupa icwo Mcnluindlso of
'Catorlng to the trade of res
idents of the coal oamna and sur
017T OUK QUOTATIONS
Concrete Uulldlng South Ninth
Btreet. Price. Utah
Two Cents Per Word Knch Insertion
No CTinrgo Accounts.
POIt SALIS ONB PLAYBH PIANO
and household goods Call 221-M.
FOIl SALB NEW OLIVBIt TYPE
writer In good condition. Phone
OLD NBWSPAPEItS IN HUNDLU3
of one hundred. Twenty-five cents.
FOIl SALB HUNDUBD SHAtlBS OF "
Price Water company stock. Also
220 acre dry farm land Boo J, O.
Fausett, Prlco, Utah.
WANTED BNTBItPltlSINO SALBS
man. Excellent proposition In local
territory Deference regarding char
acter required. Apply Dox 21S, Provo,
LOST TWHNTV-FIVB TWENTY
Winchester rlflo between Miller
Creek and Price. Finder notify J. 11.
Jameson, Victor, Utah, and receive
.LOST SACK CONTAINING FIBLD
glasees, binocular glasses, flashlight,
cartridge and clothing ltcturn to
Itohlnson'a Itepalr Shop nt Prlco and
FOIl SALB HHUUILT UBMINQ
ton typewriter Ono wide carrlngoi
one standard Also, L..C Smith. Two
used check protector All guaranteed
nnd terms. The Sun. ,
FOIl SALB ON LONG TIMB Oil
will trado mxty acre of land about
thrco miles southeast of Prlco on good
road with or without water stock for
Kimo, Knsy torms. Address, Dox 4SS,
UUTTElt WIIAPPEH8 PRINTED
to order, a hundred for 11.60! two
hundrod, 12 25; rivo hundred, 3.50;
n thousand, IS. 60. Sent parcol post
prepaid whero romlltanco accompan
ies order. Tho Sun, Prlco, Utah.
Till! UIMIIiHT KFI'ICIKNCY.
Government equivalent, 2104 lbs.
Unequaled for storage Will not
stack. Ileal of steaming nnd boat
Independent Coal &
Mines at Kenllworth, Utah
General Offices, Walker Uank
Hldg., Halt Lako City.
And other rectal disoases aro cured
without surgery. No time lost from
business. Writo for my book on rec
tal diseases. SENT FREE.
I. R. PARSONS, M. D.
411 Continental Bank
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
General Mcrrltandl) nnd
Hotel, Dipping Vnt nnd 1'ivd
Lot In Connection
Where You're Treated
ClUNim & MAHIILK
I want all the hogs in Carbon
and Emery counties for ship
ment. Highest prices paid.
Will give yours tho onco over
any tlmo. Write or phone
D. Heber Leonard,
: nUNTrNQTON, UTAH
Miners and Bhlppers of the
General Offices. 81T New-
houso Uulldlng, Salt Lake City, ,