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In TAOK BIX.
H CBIr k Comfort
H, t All winter long on the Zero days and the
m J windy, blustering dnys the Perfection Smoke-
B less Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort
B It saves them many a cold and steknetj for it easily
warms the roomi not reached by the ordinary heat.
B The Perfection Heater is made with nickel trim
I mings (plain steel or enameled turquoisc-blue drums).
H Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily
B moved from placo to place.
B At Dtmtttt Entnthtti
H CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
Off, Ball t)J 51 Uk Ctlr
r" i - ii iff
TIE llll IS
H dktouii mm: ovi:it hoi.uikh
H SUMMIT AUTHOItl.KIt.
H Will Ktpcriltn Uio llniullliiK of lie
HH ctvnwul Coal Oiilput I'nmi the
JIIiiph of Carbon County miiiI Help
B Out I'uwngcr IliMliir Hlinrp
M Itntlninil l,rt (trading Omlrnct.
Hl Corrcapondonco Tiio Advocate
H DKNVKH, Colo.. Nov. 1C Preal-
H dant Hush ami Vice President
H Drawn of tho Donvcr nml Hlo
K Grande today nutliorlicil tho Imme-
K dUitu conHl ruction of (tin double
K track dolour lino over Soldier Sum-
j mil, whore tlio railroad crone tho
H Wasatch MountnltiH In Utni.
B Tlio present lino between Tucker
H and Sotdlor Kiimmll I seven mlloi '
H Ioiik nml tlio grade 4 per cent, or
H two hundrud cloven loot to tho
V tnllo. Tint now lino l)o i wit) n tho
H wmo polnU will bo fifteen mUiw1
j lone with ii grade reduced to 2 per
m, twit, or ono hundred five nml n
K half feet to tlio uillo. Tho redue-'
K tlon In tho grade and eurvnture -Mill
i more than oHset tho Increased !
B The coot of this work will ho np-!
E proximately three million dollar.
p being. the inoitt Important luiprove-
monl yet authorized by the Denver
nnd Hlo Orande under the new
V management. Contract will be let
within ten or fifteen dn), and U is
S anticipated Hint the work will lie
BBS completed by Jut)' of next year
BBV This large exiioudlture has been
BBJ) nuttiorlivd by the board of direr-
BBh tor because of the nipldly Incrwnt-
BBf Imp traffic Inoldeut to tho opening
BBJI of tho Western Pnolfle, ns well ns
BBJ to take oaro of the enormous coal
BB and coko output going from the
BB (Utah mine to tho Salt I.nWo City,
BB Nevada and Montana smeller nnd
BBb reduction plant.
BB Other ractor Influencing the d-
BB clslon nru the anticipated growth In
BB pasaongor truffle on nccoutit of the
BB I'nnamu.l'nolflc oxpoaltloii at Ban
Bfl KranoUco and tlio Increnhwl froluht
BB buBlnew miro to follow the openliiK
BBJ of tho I'anaiua canal
H utaii (.-oai, ito.i i.iris
BBJ .v.oriii:it iim cosTitvcr
B Three BprliiKWIle mon, II T lle-
BBRi noliU, Clarence ! Crnndall and
BBJ Ilonry I.. RuiiihIoii, Iioo taken a
BBJ flvciullo contnict ou the Utah Coal
BBJ railroad, commencing two mile eunt
BBJ of Thletle will cmllnn at Diamond
BBJ Work will bo well under way In
BBJ about ix week TJiore will be oon-
BBJ itdorublo )uhv work, inoludliiK one
BBJ tunuol, and for tho entlro Job, ai
BBJ mib-contruotom, they are to bo paid
BBJ about a hundred thousand dollar
BBJ A. now man, Kenoral malinger for
BBJ tho Utah Construction compan),
BBJ which la BUblottlng, wis otr there
BBJ ot Thursday and Friday, gottlnr
BBC things mapped out proper) for the
BBJ Sprlngvlllo man and othora
BBJ Orading work from Mohrland In
H Kmory county to Castle date, bajh
H Uowman, la going along ns woll im
B might be oxpectcd, consldorlng the
B eoaroUy of laborora and teams at
B UAUKi: OP INhOM.MA.
B ri'ho inoet common ciuso of in-
BBJ aomnln Is disorders of the atomaah
BBJ and constipation. Chamberlain's
BBS Stomach and Liver Tablota correct
BBJ these dlsordora nnd eunblo you to
BBJ olecp. Tor Bfllo by all dealers.
Bfcr,- ', -1njtmi"iiirnr r mt- i-itmt1
BHr to,. K5MlsssMHCaBBssMBR"3BlsasasMJtti
thU iwiixon l.ntcr tho labor nltim
tlon will Ik) easier
It I expected thnl the line from
C'ajitlo Onto ocr Soldier Hummlt
will bo decided ou nt n ry early
date nnd tho contrnctit lot There
U yol aomo trouble ovr rlnht of
way between I'rovo nnd SprliiRllle
C. 1.. Crnndall did considerable
work at I'rlro at tho tlmo of the
building of tho Price Itlvcr lrrlgn
tlon company' canal
UNCLE SUMI LEAD
TliU fouiitiy l'lrt In ChiI PiimIiic
lion of Hie Wot M.
Hlnco 1800, when the United
Htate supplanted Oront llrltaln,
thW count rj has held first place
among the coal producing countrbM
of tho world In 1011 tho total
world' production of coal amounted
to approximately 1,300,000,000 ulioitf
ton, of which tho United Mate
contributed 400,211,108 ton, or 38 1
per cent. Ill the twelve year from
1809, when tho country first mir
pocd Ureal llrltaln, to 101 1, the
production of the United Bin I en ha
Increased nearly 100 per cent, while
Ureal llrltaln hit Inoreusod It out
put nboiit 25 per tent, from l!4t!,
C00.1GS Mhorl tons to 301,S18,927
The United Htntea In 1011 pro
duced oer 00 per cent more than
Oront llrltaln Uermauy' p roil no
tion of coal and Ugnlte In 1800 wh
110,710,700 short Ion In 1911 H
I wax 258,125,703 ton, an inereaite
jot over 70 per cent The combined
production of Ureal UrllnWi and
(lormany In 1011 wiw (02,742,000
short tons, which exceeded the out
I put or tho United HUtten b only
C0,2C1,C22 tons, or 11 C cr ent.
The three eoiiittrlea, United
Htiite, Ureal llrltaln and Uermnn),
( produce more than 80 per cent of
I tho world's total supply of eoal
' MANV MIIIS KILLED
I Still tllltu I'luilltN OlU'll Out I'ltllll
I (lie lliiiciiii of Mliu-c.
WA8IIINUTON, D V , .Nov 10 -TIibic
were fourteen hundred flft)
thrce men klllixl In and about (hki!
mine of tire I'nttetl State during
tho flix elicht numths of thl ir,
Mbcortllng to the announcement of
the bureau of mine todn 'I lie
figure Indicated, the report state,
that union there were n number of
exceptional dliuuttera during the
other four month of the )ear there
would be a substantial decrease In
the total number of fatallile In
1912 as compared with tlio of
1911, when twenl-een bunded
uluete4i men were killed
Ihoro hns been a substantial de
crtHike In the fatality rate Ui the
cwtl mining lndutr of the United
Htates In the last half decade Of
the futulUle In the first eight
month of thU )eur six hundred
tdxty were in l'onns)Uanln ami two
hundred e ant) -three In West Virginia
DHC'iaiti: WAIt ON COI.Ds.
A orusade of education which
nJ iiih "that common colds may bo
como uncommon within tho next
generation" has been bogun by
prominent .Vow York ph)slc!au
Hero Is a list of tho "don't' which
tho doctors say will proicnt the an
nual visitation of tho cold
"Don't alt In n draughty car."
"Don't sleep In hot rooms "
"Don't avoid tho freuh nlr."
"Don't stuff yourself nt meal
tlmo. Overeating reduce your re
sistance." To whtoh wo would ndd when
)ou tako a cold get rid of It as
qulakly na posslblo. To aocompllsh
that you will find Qhatnborlaln'a
Cough Itomody moat excellent. Sold
by nil, doalars. Advt.
Tin: imsti:hs ct.ui advqc tk ihhwdiy. soy, at, tm.
4 348 d.
NOIICK KOH I'L'MI.K'ATIOX.
(Publisher) Department of the Ia
terlor. I S Id Office al Salt
hake City, Utah, October 39, 1912
Notice I hereby given that Albert
K Annls, whose poetofflte nddree
in 201 Dooly Uulldhig, Salt l.ak
C'Hy, Utah, did, on the 28th day of
September, 1012, file In this office
sworn Btatement and application
No 010S02, to purchase tho NW'i
NBh, Sec 14, Twp 13 South,
tlangp 0 Bnet, 9a k Uko meridian,
nnd tho timber thereon, undor the
provlslrn of the act of Juno 3,
1878, nnd acta amendatory, known
a tho "Timber nnd Stono Law," it
such vnluc aa mlRh' be fixed by
nppraUement, and that, pursuant to
such application, the land nnd tim
ber thereon hno been noprnUeJ,
value 100 00, tho stono estimated
at $100 00, that wild applicant wrll
offer final proof In support of hU
application and nworn statement on
the 4lh da) of Janunr), 1013, be
fore tho reglBtor and recolver, Uni
ted States land office nt Salt Lake
Illy, Utnh Any penwm In at lib
erty to protest thla jiurchnec before
ontry, or Initiate a content nt any
tlmo heforo patent Issues, by tiling
n corroborated affidavit In this of
fice, alleging facta that would de
feat tho entry K I) It THOMP
First pub. Nov 21, liisl Dec. 20-1!
Norm: i ou puiu.k'atio.w
Coal Kntry (Sec 2347. It. 8)
Land Office nt Salt Uko City, Utnb,
November 4, 1912 Notlco la here
by gluu that l.nuru K Cameron of
971 Kast South Tomplo street, Salt
Lake Clt), Utnh, and John T. Whlt
taker of Newton, la , hao thla day
filed In this office application to
purchase, under the provisions of
Sec 2347, U S KoUsed Statute,
the Wct Half of Sec 35, Twp. 12
South, llnnge 9 Knst, S. I.. M. Any
nnd nil person claiming ndtorsoly
tho Innd described or desiring to
object for any reason to the aal
thereof to applicant should file
their affidavit of protest In thl
office during tho thirty-day period
of publication Immediately follow
ing tho tint printed buiuo of thU
notice, otherwise tho application
mny bo allowed K. 1). It. THOMP
K. W. Sontor, 330 Judge llldg,
Snlt Uko City, Utah, Attorney for
First pub Nov 14; Inst Dec. 10-1!
' 4-318 b
Nona: ion I'Uiii.Kwno.v.
(Publisher ) Department of tho In
terior. U S lAtxA Office nt Salt Lake
City, Utah, November 10, 1912. No
tice I hereby given Hint S.imul
D lltchnrd of Cleveland, Utnb,
who, ou January II, 1007, made
Homestead Kntry (Serial 024ifj),
No 10044, ror 8 8KU. Sec S,
NWUNKU and NKUNW, Sec SI
Twp 10 South, Ilango 10 KoMt.Kalt
Lake meridian, hn riled noUi-s or
IntenUou to make final f he-year
proof, to CMtabllsh claim to the land
nboo described, before WIUMm
Howard, United State commlMlenar
at IIuixhiKton, Utah, on the list
d of December, 1912 Claimant
name aa wltnewie David Timothy,
Chrl44an Haixten, IMI It Urmn
ami Kanford Ureon, alt of Ore
land, Utah K It It TIIOMION,
FlM pub Nov 21. laat Dee 2H-I2.
MIIIL'K I'Olt PUIIIdCAIIOV.
(Publlaher) Doiwrtmeut or the In
terior, U, . Und Office at Salt
l.ako City, Utah, Oetobor 23, 1312.
Notice 1 hereby given that Worth
Tucker or Klmo, Utah, who, on fop.
tenibar 12, 1907, made Homestead
Hntry (8rlnl 02079), .No. 1C970,
ror 8SWli, Sec. 28, SURKVi,
Sec 29, Twp. 10 South, Itange 10
Moat, Salt Lake meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make final
rive-ear proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, beforo
William Howard, United Btnto com
mlssloner, Huntington, Utah, on tho
18th day of December, 1912. Claim
ant name aa wltneeeo (1 corse H,
Ovlatt, Ueorge T. Ovlatt, llouther
Krlckson nnd llomnu Ovlatt, all of
Hlmo, Utnh. K 1). It. THOMPSON,
First pub Oot 31, 1am IVc. 5, 12
MtlICK I'Olt I'UIII.ICVIIOS
(Publisher ) Department or the In
terior, U S Land Ortlee nt gait
Uke Clt), Utah, Oetobor 28, 191;
Notice I hereby given that Ole 0
OUhhi of Price, Utah, who, on Octo
ber 27, 1908, made Desert I.und Dn
try, Serial No 0800, for NKUNWV.
NWViNKVi.Sec 25, Twp 15 South,
Hange 9 Kast, Salt Lake meridian,
ha filed notice of Intention to
make tlnnl proor, to eatnbllah claim
to the land above described, before
It W Crockett, United Stnte cow
mhwloner, nt Price. Utah, on ti,
28th day of December, 1912 Claim
ant mime ua wltneseeM John Tay
lor Leonard, Leo Ionnrd, Abo Pow
oil and Andrew Leonard, all of
Price, Utah R D It THOMPSON
First pub Nov 21; Un DecTc-l '
DlltlUnoilV MKIJII.MI OF pitici:
lleeervolr and Irrigation Comin)
--Notice Is lioreby given that there
will be h special meeting of the di
rector or the Price Ilewirvolr and
Irrlgatkm eowpan) at price, Utah
on Hatiirda), Novemlier SO, 1912 Hi
4 o'tlock of the afternoon or said
tl 8aUI meeting will be held at
the ortke of It W. Crockett t Co
Hi , Ma4 street, Price, Utah, and
ta ealletl for the purpose of pro
vldtag by wssaginiwu of mock or
otherwtee for payment of the debt
of eald corporation, nnd to transact
any other business that may legally
come beforo said meeting ''A,,s
FltANDSKN, preeldent, J M M"
LKIt, eocreUry, of aald Price Heeer
volr and Irrigation company Dated
at Price, Utah, -Nov 18, 1912
IISCAI'Im AN AWI't'Ii I'ATi:.
I A thousand tongues could not ex- (
pres the gratitude of Mm. J. R. i
(ox or Jollct, Ilia, ror her wonder
ful dellvornnco from an awful fate.
Typhoid pneumonia had left mo
with a dreadful cough," sho writes.
Sometime 1 had such awful cough
ing spells I thought I would die. I
rotild got no help from doctors'
treatment or other medicine till I
used Dr Klng'a Now Discovery, llut
I owo ni) llfo to this wondorrul
remedy ror I acnrcoly cough at all
now " Quick nnd safe, It' tho
met relblalo of all throat and lung
medicines. Kvcry bottlo guaran
teed, 60c and $1.00. Trial bottlo
rreo ot all doalors - Advt.
D. D. HOLT
Practices In nil tho courts or tho
stato and tho federal courts. Office,
Klghth rioor Kearns lluitdlng, Salt
Lake City, Utah
C C. McWlllNMlY
Will practlco In all tho court
nt tho stato. orrico first door west
of Tho Advocate, Price, Utah
riTzuniAi.D linos, land co.
425 Atlns Illock, Salt 1-ako City.
II. J, Flttgcrnld, Attorney.
Otrico third door north or First
W. It. I.1VINUSTO.V
1 jivv) cr
Wator nnd mining litigation gtven
special nttontlon. Land matters, col
lections and nil legal buslncsa. Will
practice In all the courts, lloyd
Park Ilulldtng, Snlt tako City, Utah.
Samuel A King Clnudo L. King
KINO K KINO
Attiirno) -at-I jiiv
Commercial Illock. Salt Lake City.
w. ii. ritvi:
Practice In all courts ot the stnto
Also In tho federal courts. Offleo In
First National Dank, Prlee, Utah.
. A. IVIIIUSON
Will practice In all the court ot
the stnte. Office at residence,
North Klghth Street, ono block from
Main, Price, Utah.
L, O. Hoffmann F. K. Wood
At tonic) h
Will practlco In all the court of
tho stato. Office at tho county
court house, Prloe, Utnh.
Itlt'HAIlD It. IIIUUMAN
Will practice In all state and
federal court. 222 Iloston Ilulld
tng, Salt Lake City, Utah.
A. V. M)Iti:.NSi:. '
Pli)klclan and Hurgcoii
Specialist In women' nnd chil
dren's disease General surgery
and medicine. Offleo, Commercial
nnd Savings Dank Ilulldlng, phone
84. Price, Utah.
II. II. UOHTZMAN
Successor to Dr. Thome. Kxaml
nations and estimate free. Otrico
ovor Commercial nnd Savings Dank.
Phono 103, Price, Utah.
it. o. Mcdonald
Contractor ami llullder
Estimate glvon on all classes or
work. Phone 4 9 A, Price, Utnh.
II. J. TUIINKH
Civil and Mining Knglnoir
Surveys or all kinds. Mine ex
aminations and roporla on coal
Innds. 1 O. Ilox 32, Prlco, Utah.
J. Ii. OWKN
Contractor nnd llullder
Hstlmatoa furnlshod. Phono 113Y.
J!. O. Uox 228, Price, Utah.
Get Ready For
MEN'S OVERCOATS I
i We have a very complete line. I
MEN'S SUITS I
We have them at almost any price. 1
LADIES' COATS I
i We have the latest patterns and styles 1
i and prices can be reached by all. I
CHILDREN'S COATS I
: The prices are reasonable. I
; KEEP YOUR FEET DRY
j; We have rubbers for the whole family.
! Wasatch Store Co."
' Stores at Sunnysldo, Caitlo Gate, Winter Quarters u4
", Clear Crook.
.VMICi: FOR PL'III.ICA'I ION. -
(Publisher.) Department or tho In
terior, U. S. Land Offleo nt Salt
Kntry, Serial No. 010013, ror KH
Notlco la hereby given that Myron
Uussell or Prlco, Utah, who, on Oc
tober 17, 1912, made HommtcAd
Kntry, Serial No. 010013, for KVi
SW',1, Lot 3 and 4, Sec 7. Twp.
12 South, Ilango 10 Knst, Salt Uiko
meridian, hn tiled notUo or Inten
tion to make final five-) ear proof,
to catnbllah claim to tho land nbovo
described, beforo the clerk of tho
district court, nt Price, Utah, on
the 31st day of December, 1912.
Claimant names aa witnesses Oliver
ltnsmiiHeu. Neal Hnnks, Frank Al
ger nnd Harrison UussoU, nil or
Price, Utnh K I) It 1HO.MPSON,
First pub Nov 19, lart l)e 19-12
MtllFF. FOH PUIH.IC.VI ION.
(Publlslier) Detwrtment or the In
terior, F S iAnd Olflee at Salt
Lake Clt), Utah, October 28, 1912
Notice Is hereb) given that John
Taylor Leonard ol Price, Utah, who,
on November 2, 1908, made Desert
Und Kntry, Serial No. 0805, lor
NKUNKVi, Sec. 25, Twp. 15 South,
llanga 9 Kast, NWVi.NWVi (Ia1 1)
Sec. 30, Twp. IS South, Jtnnge JO
Iteat, Salt Uke meridian, ha riltxl
notice or Intention to make final
proof, to eatabllili claim to tho
land above described, before It. W.
Crockett, United State tommls-'
loner, al Price, Full, ou the 28th
day of December, 1912. Claimant
nam a wltnesse Andrew K
Leonard, Oley tl OUen, Abe Pow
ell and Iam Leonard, all of Prlco,
Utah B I) It THOMPSON, HegU
ter. Firm pub Nov 21. last M 2C-12
.NOIICK 1 (tit PU1II.IU.VI ION.
Coal Kntr) (Sec 2317, U 8.)
Und OHIce at Salt Lake City, Utah,
Ootober 18, 1912. Notice Is hereby
glvon that Sarah France Klllott or
Aurora, count) or Kane, Mate or
Illinois, ha thl day riled In this
office application to purchase, Borl
" '1 0'.6,lS' M",,w " lTvlslon
fh vf, I4,?7' l 8 """"I Htatuto.
the .N,b ', or Ut 3. of Sec 19,
Twp 13 South, lunge 8 Kast, Salt
Uk. -meridian Any nnd nil persons
Lr "i?" a,e, ' land. .In.
bribed, or desiring to object for
a") reason to the entry thereor by
e applicant, should rile their nN
ridavlt or protest th offlco
??"; w" P-rloU or pub
Ilea Ion immediately rollowlng tho
Ilrst printed Issue or thla notice
lou:?1!". B"l"'""' nmy bo nU
lowed K I) It THOMPSON, Ueg-
nmjmbouji iMl Nov 21 ,,2
NOTICK 'IO W.Vll'lt IIniMiu '
uty, Utah, Oatobor 20, 1912. No
Thv'n Ury 6,m "" William A.
Wellington, UUJ has inudo nSScS
!runS?K,at(e6i? s,f "
bear south ir ? n I,olnt w,,o
south 18 degree W9t 2075
foot distant from tho nortbtatn
nor ot Sec. 10, Twp it M
nango 11 Kaat, Salt Ukiluia
raoridlan, from where It II1W
voyod to Coal Creek, a dlstuati
1171 fcot and allowed to floras
tho aald crock, to a point U
beara aouth 00 degree 11 bIm
cast 1391 foot distant of UM
wont corner of Sec 27, T$. a
South, Kongo 11 Kast, Ball bst
base and meridian, whore it tin
rodlvortcd togothor with Inl
fourtoon hundredths (2.11) k)
toot ixr Hocond or th tt4
Coal Creek, and conveyed j M
ot n ditch for a distance t I
feet and thoro used from Mirdt
to Novombor 30th, lnclulr,rl
year, to Irrigate 300 acres e(U
embraced In Sec. 2,7, 21 u4!
Twp. 14 South, Ilango 11 M
l-ako base nnd meridian TUt
ultOAtlou la designated la U
engineer' ofNco na No 4711 I
protnat ngalnat tho grasUt
Mild application, stating tbi W
thorofor, must bo made ty stStt
In duplloato nnd filed la tkUtd
within thirty (30) days &
completion of the putlK'
thla notice CAI.KII TNNTR.f
Date of first publlcatloo 0
1912, date of compl Uon of r89
tlon Nov 30, 1912
The High Elfieicnc)
Unequalled For Storajt
Will Not Slack.
Best of Steaming and
Independent Coal &CoW
K A. THOMPSON
! Here to Servo EreiToM
J Ilensouablo Charge lx -
i Dost 8ervlce
Phono tltlx. MICE. OT.
Plro lnsuranco rales WM
Eastern Utnh aro blD'n,UiI
Consult with u betou f. ffl
policy. II W CrocVe" I