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v TIIR KABTKIIN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, KKU. 27, lOlrt. PAOK FIVE. a
II I'aco left last Friday for
s.1 trip to Millard county.
nard Nowron of Scofleld Is
lit wook serving on tho Jury.
M. Mlllor of Colton was
Ing business In Price yester-
H. Williams of Castlo data
rice visitor Tuesday on busl-
tin Anderson was n Bait
It visitor last Friday on
. C. C. MoWhlnnoy of Price
o to California to bo absent
Is K Jonson was down
oar Creek this week, being
oro for Jury service.
rum Dato of Winter Quarters
this week on court matters,
immoned ns n. Juryman.
i. B. SantschJ, 8r., of Dlack
vas shopping at Prlco last
making Tho Advocato a call
and Mrs. J. Nolson return
0 yontorday from McCook,
iioro thoy went lost week to
1 tho funeral of tho tatter's
Hay Leo, Mlna Manchester,
lamson and wlfo from Nino
to up for tho danco Balur
snlng. They roturncd Suti
lyton Record, 21st.
i Hutchinson ot Bait Lako
horo this week In tho Inter
ho Utah Conservatory ot Mu
utchlnson Is a brother-in-law
8. Nolleon U hero this week
It. Ploamnt, giving his por-
ttontlon to mat torn at l'rlco
rclat and Bavlngs bonk In
onco ot Cashier Marcuson.
n. Mary Crowley rolurnod
ast Saturday from Bt, Mark's
1 In Salt Lako City greatly
cd In hoalth, which will bo
r. nows to her many frlonds.
cr Times, 22d.
C. Wcotor loft l'rlco last
ay evening for l'ocatollo,
nd from thoro goes to Kan
y. Mo., whoro ho Is on ft real
deal Involving a quarter mil
llars. Ho may mako Kansas
Is homo for a tlmo.
lark Thompson arrived from
Tuesday, whoro ho has npent
ntor on tho city dray. Ho U
itlng arrangements for nn In
paso up tho rlvor nnd will ro
rlth his family In tho near fu
to farm Uio samo. Myton
i, 2 1st.
!. II. I'aco of l'rlco was n busl
la Holper last Saturday nnd
ho Tlmos otflco a visit. Hu
ado nrrangoments to open up
y breakfasting horo. Tho
est moala la tho city with
tcoptlonalty good service, to
our ordor, from 2G conts up.
iunclioon and dlnnor at pop
ro stoam hoatod, cloan and
anttary and wo think tho
ory bent In Eastern Utah.
Iloso to all trains and guosts
two taxlcab nnd othor ox
oases. Indor Now Manngomont. Op
poilto Donvor and Illo
Orando Dopot . . . Prlcos
that all may afford.
HE TAVERN CAFE
or Sale !
andord oil rig in good condl
i four to six miles from railroad
on, closo to Bunnysldo, Utah.
as to reapomslblo party.
Iso, one slx-horso power Falr
tB, Moreo & Co. special oloctrio
lino onglno with pulloys, shaft
bolting, etc., almost as good as
i on terms to suit. May bo seen
ho Advocato office. "
K. W. CROCKETT & CO.,
is the luxury
MADE AT HOME
n furntturo storo In Helper ns soon
as tho Jouflas ft. Dlumcntl building
Is completed and was here on busi
ness connection with tho same.
Holper Times, 22d.
N. K., Ileal and James Altrcd
ot Forron aro hero In tho lniorcst
of nn Invention by Allrcd, which is
In tho lino of a porpotual motion do
vlco, but Its opomtlon Is claimed to
bo In harmony with tho law of grav
itation. Atlrod Is tho Inventor and
both ho and Ileal havo great faith
In tho practicability ot tho machine
-1'rovo Herald, 20th.
Dr. C. W. Shores, special agent
for tho Olobo Express company,
with headquarters at Denvor, was
a l'rlco visitor yesterday morning,
being on his way to Sunnysldo to
look after somo mining property
there. This Is Shores' first visit
to Prlco In several years and ho was
much impressed with tho growth
and dovolopmont ot tho city.
Hon. Jacob Johnson of Spring
City la in Salt Lako City for tho
purposo ot closing his business af
fairs, preparatory to loavlng for
Washington, D. C, to begin his first
term as congressman for Utah. As
yet Congressman Johnson has not
fixed tho tlmo for his departure "I
will try to arrango to bo in Wash
ington a fow days boforo tho spe
cial session Is called. Whllo I havo
heard nothing official, 1 understand
that tho special session will bo call
ed about March lGth, Howover, it
Is ponsiblq that tho Mexican trou
bles will expedite matters nnd no
ccssltato tho calling ot tho session
earlier Uian is oxpectod."--Balt Lako
lioUer !lti Detail of DcMnicthAi
of Colonla Dlnx.
II. S. Harris, a Mormon rotUKoo
at i;i Paso, Tex., In a letter written
to Joseph F. Smith, president ot tho
Mormon church, says that tho de
struction of Colonla Diaz, In Chihua
hua, Mex., was not so comploto as
was at first reported. Many homes
thero were left uninjured, accord
ing to tho letter, and ut many places
whoru tho barns wero burned tho
homes wero left standing. Harris
says that it won (lonoral Ilojas who
did tho burning, and not Itoquo Oo
inox, as was at first reported.
Mot of tho Information is pur
ported to havo come from Dr. (lay,
an Amorlcan physician, who was
Imprisoned and nt ono tlmo throat
oned with death. Upon his release,
which was obtained after ho had
boon deprived of ftvo hundrod dol
lars, according to tho lottor, Dr.
any wont to Kl Paso from Casus
Ornndes in an automobile by way of
All oi thu colonies of tho Mor
mons nro thought to bo undisturbed,
as no reports to tho conlrnry have
boon received lately.
WI2 WILL HONR YOU I
SAW: HUltl.TY FOR ALL
United States Fldollty nnd Guar
anty company becoms surety on
bonds or officers nnd employes ot
banks, morcontllo housos, railroad,
oxprow nnd tolegrnph componlos,
atngo lines, postmastors, officials ot
state, cities, counties, towns, pre
cincts, etc. Also contractors, exec
utors, administrators, guardians,
trustees, receivers," asslgnoos, com
mittees, and in replevin, attaebmont
and Injunction cases, all undertak
ings in Judicial proceeding-, frator
nal and socret ordor offlcors bond
ed. Rurglary and all classes ot lia
bility and casualty Insurance Cash
capital, 12,000,000; surplus and re
serve, H.B30.B07.30. It. W. Crock
ett & Co., Kastern Utah agents,
SUHP1UHH YOUK FHIKNRH.
For four weeks regularly ueo Dr.
King's Now Llfo Pills. Thoy stimu
late tho llvor, Iraprovo digestion, re
in ovo blood Impurities, plmplos and
eruptions disappear from your toco
nnd body and you feel hotter. Ilcgln
at once. Buy at all doalore. Advt.
LON'O TERM LEASE.
Wo will glvo somo fanner or
truck gardener a good layout on a
forty-acro tract, a quarter mllo from
Prlco, for tho coming year or a torm
ot years. Now land, proporty fenced
but no lmprovomonta. Closo enough
la for tonant to rcsldo la tho. city.
It. W. Crockett & Co. Advt.
Wo wrlto our plato glass, fidelity
and liquor bonds at our Prlco office.
No sending away from homo. It.
W. Crockett & Co. Advt.
If , you aro In the markot for
pianos boo Sumner. He can save
you 60 per cent 'Advt.
Mrs. L. A. Lnubcr entertained a ,
small company of friends at cards
last Saturday ovcnlng. , '
Martin Anderson nnd Ion Alger '
have bought out tho pool hall ot '
Matt Warnor nnd nro now In charge '
ot the samo.
The county commissioners aro
meotlng in special session today,
Stato Auditor David Mnttson being
J. C. Jensen, tho sheepman, ship
ped six cars of Inmbs to Omaha,
Neb., last Saturday. They nro as
good a lot of stuff as over wont out
i of Price.
Hvorybody Is Invited to hear tho
program nt tho Methodist church,
Sundny, March 2d, at 8 o'clock In
the evening, to bo given by tho
Petty & Ilarton have rented tho
cast room of tho old Mint saloon
near tho Clarko Hotel and tho samo
has been fitted up for nn nutomo
bllo garago until better and larger
quarters can bo secured.
Marrlago licenses havo been Is
sued during tho past week to Tom
Ilrltanlck and Josephlna Jlninpson
of Castlo Gate. William II. Wood
ward ot Alatnoonn, Colo., and Kiln a
Dunn of Castlo Gate
Joo I). Roberts, tho drugglat, has
taken a loaso on tho second floor of
tho now Weotor building for n term
of years, and will sublet tho samo
to tonants. Ho also has tho corner
room for a drug storo.
Manager Olson of tho Castlo Val
ley stago lino has greatly reduced
tho passenger rates from Prlco -to
Emory and Intervening points, Tho
rates aro almost cut in two, whllo
tho express rates remain tho samo.
Mr. Oxtey, who put In tho heal
ing plant at tho macaroni factory,
has decided to locate In Prlco and
ongago in tho goneral plumbing nnd
team heating business. Ho has
formed a partnership with J. T.
Mlrei Hesslo Konnedy Is confined
to her room this week with n badly
sprained ankle, caused by falling on
tho Ico Tuesday ovenlng whllo on
hor way homo. Tho injury Is a
very pnlnful ono and will keep her
nt homo Tor several days.
Tho ladles of tho aid society ot
tho Methodist church netted a very
tidy sum nt thotr Washington's
birthday party last Saturday nftor
noon, ns did nlso tho rollot society
ot tho Lattar-dny Saints at n danco
In tho ovonlng nt City Hall.
J. U. Mcl'horson, stnto Inspector
of horticulture for Idaho, was In
Salt lnko City lost Friday en routo
from California to Ilolse. Ho says
appearances Indlcato thnt tho Cali
fornia qunranttno of Idaho nnd Utah
products on account of tho alfalfa
weovll may bo raised.
Tim mission study classe-i will
meet as usual at 7:30 o'clock Fri
day evening nt tho ncadomy. Tho
foaturn ot tho ovonlng will bo a do
bato on tho qusotlon: Resolved,
That tho Western States Within
Fifty Years Will Control tho Com
merce ot tho United Slates.
L. 13. Rldrodgo returned Tuesday
from Salt Lnko City whoro ho has
beon tho post two weeks, having
gono thoro to bury his daughtor,
Illancho. Whllo n tho city two ot
his chtldrou woro takon down with
measles, consequently Mrs. Kldredgo
will bo unnblo to roturn for some
For Injuries rccitvod In n railroad
accident, James Lamauda has filed J
suit In tho district court nt Salt
Lako City ngalnst tho Denver and ,
Rio arondo far fifteen thousand i
dollars damages. Ho alleges that
ho was cnught botwoon two cars
near Prlco Inst August nnd perman
ently Injured. '
Tho herd of elk destined for
Utnh aro being colloctod In tho
Jackson Holo country, according to
ndvlcott rocolved by Fred W. Cham
bers, stotQ fish and gamo'commls
sloner, and ho expects nny dny to
rocelvo a request to Journoy to
Gardnor, Mont., whoro tho animals
will bo turned over to hla caro.
W. I). niack, tho contractor who
built tho Lowonstoln building here,
will start a lumber yard at Holper.
Tho firm will bo known as tho Hel
per Lumber company, W, It. Illack,
prosldont, and A. Madsen, manager.
Nino cars ot lumber aro now on the
way and tho firm will soon bo
ready for buslnoss.
During tho month of January
thoro woro eighteen hundrod ninety
six cases ot monslos reported to tho
stato board of hoalth In Utah with
fifteen doaths resulting. In tho
city ot Prlco thora aro at this tlmo
very closo to fifty cases, nono of
them virulent, howovor, according
to Dr. A. C. Soronson, health offi
cer. Says the Holper Times ot last
Saturday: "Word was rocelved horo
Monday or tliq death of Mm. Llsilo
Harrison at hor homo in Pueblo,
Colo. Mr J. Harrison was tho oldt
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Haycock ot Spring Glon and Is wolt
known In Helper. Mrs. Haycock and
son, Elmer, left Monday attornoon
tor Puoblo to attend tho funeral."
I LOOK THIS LIST OVER I 1
I kc ,,,,. Can Be Sent By Parcel Post ubberatow. i i fl
Kodsk Goods ? Watches
of All Kind, j Wntcr llottlr 'H
; set Wc pay the pst in the rxr, J ' mm
i Oifeijr llmon 50 Utile ZOnC. "If We Nipples tlH
i Misting IJniM.cs rnwon'r rtnf if Alt vatiII Ircst Pumps l
;, Ho.-, i.omJor(, nllU naven t got it wc win Nlpillo Hlllc,tl, 9H
Vnwm tiet it for you." ci ; nlH
IWli Powders J Pocket Hooks J, IXssH
TootJi Pnstes ... .. f Cnrtl Cases asH
incoPomien. Wc carry the lamous -, Sia,ies RH
rscoiT"" A- D-S. line of stand- "' H
loco lotions Dark Glosses IH
;, Talcum Podrr aro remedies, endorsed Tniiycanis 41H
1; MSinTLps by 15,000 druggists. SSL :
Mechanics' Hoa,m AliO haVC taken aCenCy t,m llen,U IH
t nnishes run II I A Ilcndncho Itciiiedles illH
combs lor the lexall line and cid itemciics ; IH
! Cliamols Hklns ulll Kt knnAll nffor lef Wtcr llcnicilloa nlflLsi
!; Thermometer. Will DC KnOn alter ISt OomrIi Ilcmedlc fH
; cunicni Tiicmiomcters March as a Rexali Store i:u-., utc., Kt. fjl
.CITY DRUG STORE, PRICE j
Tho story ot tho crusades and
tholr. relation to Knight Templar
hood U tho thomo ot an exception
ally Interesting folder Just Issued
by tho Donvor nnd Rio Orando rail
road In tho Interest ot tho Trien
nial conclavo to bo held In Denvor
next August. Tho publication U
mpleto with crusado Illustrations,
pictures of Donvcr and Rocky Moun
Wtllard Done, stato laauranco
commissioner, has issued a warning
to prospectlvo policyholders against
Insuranco companies that do a mall
ordor business. Commissioner Dono
declared that It a company does not
tako tho troublo to havo nn agoncy
In Utah and subject Itself to tho
regulations ot tho stato Insuranco
department It should not bo pat
ronised. Ho asks that tho peoplo
avoid solicitors who solicit by mall.
Tuls from Mt. Plcnaant's Pyra
mid ot last Friday: "Kombur, lit
tlo C-year-oId son ot Mr. and Mrs.
Iawronco Ilarton, died at Welling
ton Saturday, February 16th. Tho
body was brought to Mt. Ploasant
oaUundny for burial.. Funeral nor
vttea Svero hold at tho north ward
meeting houso Sundny nftornoon at
4 o'clock, under tho direction of
II Id hop Jacob. Tho choir rondorod
sacred music, singing "Though
Deepening Trials" and "Sweet Llttlo
Rosebud." Prayer was offered by
Daniel Rnsmusson. William Olson,
(leorgo ChrlHtensen, lllshop Jacobs
and lllshop Larson woro tho speak
ers, who ondenvorcd to comfort tho
hearts of tho mourners. Tho choir
sang "I Need Theo Dvory Hour"
nnd Chris Johanson pronouncod tho
bvnodlctlon. Intormont was nt tho
Mt. Pleasant comotory."
I'llTII ltOX OAH OF UTAH
LIZARD KTARTKD KAKT
JKN8KN, Fob. 24. Tho fifth car
bearing a portion of the skeleton of
n big Utah lizard started today for
tho Andrew Cnrncglo musoum In
Pittsburg. It Is estlmntod that ton
more carloads will bo necessary bo
foro all tho bones of tho dinosaur,
tthlrh Is being excavated oil tho
banks of tho Ureon rlvor, nro as
sembled on tho Ohio.
I It Is not so much tho site of tho
I reptile that Is roqulrlng a train ot
cars to transport It as it is that
tho bones aro quarriod In blocks
'out ot solid rock and tho blocks
leased for shipment. The Hkaloton
1 measures eighty-four feet In length.
TI.MH FOR COHPORATIOXH
I TO URPORT f.HOWfl SHORT ,
' March 1st Is tho last day upon
which corporations of Utah, Idaho
and Montana can fllo, without being J
subject to penalty, tho reports of (
their condition with tho collector of
Intomat revenue. Tho flno for non- i
compllanco with tho law U from
ono dollar to ten thousand dollars. ,
Not moro than half of tho corpora-
tlons have filed their reports up to
this tlmo, but they aro coming In
rapidly. Fully a thousand reports (
woro received this week and a big ,
rush is expected during tho closing .
days of February. '
A Hallot-Davls piano for a bun- i
dred dollars, a gonulne bargain at
Sumnox's. Advt. (
How's This? !
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ro- '
ward for nny caso of Catarrh that (
cannot bo cured by Hall's 'Catarrh ,
T. J. CHENEY U CO.. Toledo. O.
I Wo. th undtnlened. havo known P. J. I
I Cheney tar tho Ut IS years, nnd tllo
lilm perfectly lionoroblo In all builnei (
I transBstlons and nnatx-'ally oblo to carry .
, out any oblleatlons ni-Ja by tils nrm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMEnCE,
Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken Internally, (
actlne directly upon the blood and mu- ,
coua auTtacea of the system. Testimonials
sent free. l'rlco 75 cents per bottle, Bold '
by all DrucRlsls. . (
Take UeU'BirjuUr rule (or cosutlpattoo.
Carbon County Ooiiunbwion CVnn
lny Mnkctt Rig Ihirrhane.
Carbon County CommtMlon com
pany, under tho management ot J.
W. Storllng, la doing nn exceptional
ly good buslnoss In tho moat, gro
cery and produce line, considering
tho gonorally dull reason at this
tlmo of year with merchant ovory
whoro. In another section of this
Impression ot Tho Advocate, this
enterprising firm quotes prices on
morchandlno thnt ought to bo of in
terest to tho consuming public.
Tho Carbon County Commlnslon
company's placo Is among tho neat
est and bent kept to bo found any
whero In tho state. Everything la
strictly sanitary, and nothing but
tho vory choicest of alt things In
tholr lino is handled. Customers
and tho public In gonoral aro in
vited to all portions ot tho store at
uny and all limes.
Last Monday tho company took
over tho business ot tho Prlco
Ranch company, tho transfer Involv
ing about twonty-flvo thousand dol
lars, Tho holdings of tho latter
consist ot ranches, live ntock, ront
ublo property and tho like, which
gives tho commission company, nays
Manngor Sterling, amplo facilities in
tho main for caring for Uvo utock
bought on tho hoof boforo slaugh
tering. Tho refrigerating plnnt of the
Cnrbon County Commission com
pany is tho only comploto ono in
this section of tho stato, enabling
this firm to caro for meats, pro
duco, vegetables and tho Ilka tho
samo as Provo, Salt Lako City and
a rand Junction, Colo., houses.
Manager Storllng Is now buying
hides, pelts, skins, etc., paying tho
highest market prlco in cash for
overythlng brought to his house.
Ono colobrntod Schatfor piano,
mahogany coso, for two hundred
dollars, at Sumnor's. Advt.
Wo'll go your bonds. It. W.
Crockott & Co. Advt.
T UMTS BONDS
Independent Oofll and Coko Oam- tjH
Aity In Healthy Condition. SbI
Ronds ot tho Independent Coal jH
and "oko company to tho amount at AsbbbbI
forty thousand dollars wilt bo re- fiH
tired March 2d and tho company flil
proposes to rotlro as many mora m nH
can bo procured around tho price of V'H
a hundred and two and acaruod la- 1 WH
Inrest, according to J, II. l'atoreen. bH
Thin mow, according to PaUrsoe, IbbbbbI
has no connection with tho rumec AJH
thnt tho Independent Is planning a Isbbbbbbs
consolidation with tho Sharp lntes iH
oats now oponlng coal properties In Isssl
Carbon and Dinery counties and ot- BH
fleers ot tho Independent company JbI
say thnt they aro not contomplatlsc jfJH
any such move. 'bbbbbbbI
"Tho Independent Coal nnd Coko -jH
company has bwucd approximately VbbbbbbbI
$100,000 worth ot bonds bearing la- HVbbbbb!
torost nt 0 por cent," says Pator- IVH
son. "Thoro Is a proviso In the liH
bonds whereby forty thousand dol- H
lam worth nro to bo rnlirou every , IfH
four years ahd wo aro tying to got ttfl
these bonds In. Up to tills time. l-JJiH
however, not a slnglo bond has bcn P bbbbbb1
orforcd, and It looks as though wi r IH
would havo to call In this amount i SpH
of bonds by crediting tho holder lipH
nnd stopping Intorest on thora. Tho 'll
company Is financially nblo to rotlro (iH
this amount and moro, If thoy can ILbbbbI
bo brought in." IbbbbbI
Patorson said that tho company '! 111
was nlso In a jiokIIIoii to make lm- iMLbI
provumonts that would luoroaso tint
output ot tho properties at Konll- iJfH
worth Just as soon ns railroad tacit- 'HisBBBi
Itlos could caro for a greater ton- VbbbbI
nogo from Konllworth to Salt Lake ', iM
City and tho compjiny would have ?- Bj
boon ablo to got out moro coal at jH
any tlmo If It could havo boon ban- , , H
died by tho rallrohd.
DON'T YOU HKLlKVi: IT. ', H
Somo say that chronic constlpa- . H
Hon cannot bo cured. Don't you be- j . H
llovo It. Chamborlalu's Stomach J M
and Liver Tablets havo curod ath- IIUbbbb!
ers why not youT alto thorn a ih H
trial. Thoy cost only a uunrtor. For It M
salo by all dealers. Advt. )? M
: 1 I
i Compare These Prices I
With Others 1
Hay, Alfalfa, por cwt. - .- I .80 , (VhIbbbI
i OaU, per cwt .. .... .- .. -- L7B , ' fH
Corn Chop, por cwt. 10C' ) (X JS
Wheat, per cwt. . 1.7C ( Uli H
, Shorts, por cwt. . 1.70 J, j)f
I) ran, por cwt. -- L0 fM j
' U. S. Patent, Hard Wheat, por sack .- . -11.75 ilBH
, Wblto Doto, Soft Wheat High Patont, por sack . 1.3C ' , Sllifl
. Twontloth Contury, Straight Orado, por sack 1.30 JMiIsbbi
! OGDEN snLiiixa co- 4 jLlU
' High Patont, per sack " $ 1 . 4 C . lUlrfl
, Straight Orado, per sack . 1.35 ;, ;cliH
Codar Posts, each .20 ,' jlU
Unquestionably ttu liaiu Uio nicest lino, at any and all , , irliH
' times, of Staplo aiul Taney GrocerlcH of any Houso in tills ' U)l!fl
City or Iiistcrn Utah. ItosIi Meats, Fish and Vegetables a , 'kvil
specialty tvltli us. jarsBs!
I Wo buy Hides, I'clta, Furs, Ktc, ami pay SPOT CASH for '! fj
Uio same. Ill
Carbon County Commission Co. : m
'! J. W. KTERLINO, Moiuiger Kast ot Commercial nank. ' wl
1 ' fill