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m , PAGE EIGHT THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH EVERYJ7UDAY .Jfffi zluM
III ; PERSONAL
I . ' 1 I Mrs 15. Flerrlng of Ferron wnii a
K U '11 I guest of the Tnvern during tho week.
V if Pi Mind Hrelyn Iowry of Frrron was
M ' ' l ,1 hero Tuesday on lier way to Bait Lake
! ' ' r, c,t'-
m , Misses Ituth Whlmpoy nnd Myrtle
B " William hnvo returned to Cleveland
B 1 from Helper.
H ' I Mr. nnd Mr. K. C. Lee ft re In tho
' J city for tho Twenty-Fourth from their
B Nino Mile homo.
B : ' t W. T. Watson of Woodslde vens In
V Prlec last Monday tu attend tho funrr-
' l of Peter Olson.
H ' Mis Marie Oliver of Hlmo United
, (nil wpk In Cleveland, tho guest of
" MP. nnd Mrs. I 1. Ovocon.
H J Miss lfltn Mnrslng ha returned
J 3 to Prise from Clenr Creek nnd will ho
H jj with friends hero for mint lime.
BH i J Mr. nnd Mm C. W. MoKlnley of
H J Iom Angeles. Cain., were nmonic tho
H J tourlntu nt the Tavern thin week.
BK Mntt Irfiuhcr nnd Lylc llcnoh nro
nt Halt take City thin week nttcndlng
' ' thn Wliard of tho Wasatch doing.
BK Mrs, IS. K. Holland nnd son of
BB Panther left Friday for n visit to ho
BVf (pent nt Union nnd Dawson, N. M.
yS I J. II. Mnnson went In to Knit
f j Lako City Wednesday to nttend tho
BB onrnlWal of tho WUnrd of tho Wasatch.
J SOphUs Olson has gono tu Wood-
BVJ'i ' ,l,a '' charge of the Inter Kin
BBC there fif hli) hroiher. Peter Olscn, do
BH I MIm lota (.connrd of Huntington
BBf I mim to Price thin neck for n few
BBf I ,,""' visit nnd In thn guest of Mini
ml P Onndel Wood.
B I Mr. nnd Mr. C. T. Ilowcn of Cus-
M'. tla Dalo visited wlljj friend nt Drnnd
BBS 3 Junollon, Colo Isst work, mnklitK tho
trip hy ntitomohllo,
BBB- Mli Ida 1'nrn wan a Hull take
BBS, i i Oily visitor tho first of tho week, go-
BBBt 1 ,n ' Tuesday to nttend tho Wlfird
BV i I "' tl,a Wasaioh carnival.
I I'lcMon Nutter of tho Nino Mlln
Mteilott wn In tho Ht. Ueorjra country
X 1 B lt Week, looklnit after lit caltlo nnd
y other Interest In that section.
M C A. Novls of tho Clolden Utile lit
BBS '" NnW Yorl t'l,' thlM week l.uylnn
mS f,,r the I'rlvn nmUKurrka utoren. Ho
BBS I" oxpvttrd homo In nhout ten dnju.
H i j Jll Itolln Mlllhurn loft I'rlra
BBS I ln"l Mondny ovenlnn fur Hnlt take
BBS I City to Join Mr. nnd Mm. Curio Wood
BBS f 1 V WRri1 f(,r n trl '" tno Cnllfornlu fair.
Sv ' ' I N'cll .SVIIiHin U nt Clovolntid
B , ' C from Htorrn to tako chnro of tho
I, A fnrm while tho lMiy hvo none to
Htorrn, where thoy hnvo omploment.
Dr. nnd Mm. K. !'. Chamherlnln
f left Vcdnewlny for u nhorl Mult with
' Mr. nnd. Mr. M. K. Mulvoy. purontii
of Mm. Chninherlnln. nt Halt tako
Mliw Itiu'hel (ItindeliMiii Wont to
i I I'rh'o thlii week with Mnyor Crlo
i (liiiiditiHPii nnd fmnlly In tholr now
'. ntttemohllo. Ml. I'lonmiit I'yrninld,
BBSi ' i Mr. T. It. HlriitiM uxpet'lii to k
SB ' '" MoTirlmid (hi week nnd vhdt her
BBB un' fll)urlMI HirHUM. nnd family for u
BBS l ' tl tlmis Oioon Itlver llpittrh,
BBS? '"' C Mntt Wnrner I tmrk from n trip
BBB to tho ri-MTVullon countYy. where
BBS Uil n if generally nro looking good, ho
BBBj i i Muta. Crtip or till kind never prom
BBB i Juno Whltmoie eunm In from hi
BBB ' runeh out In tho Holdler Canyon "-
BBBT """ ,nc flri,t r tno "IT1 (u rumaln
BBBJ 1 over the, THenty-Koiirlii. " ill vrop
BBB I nre ITomUIng well till year.
BBB' ' Ml Florence lllnmin of Wood.
BBS) nll,r' ,v,l ,,lla ,Mn vUttlng tho pnt
BBB t j vrek with her nunt, Mm. A. (I. Ilrud-
BSB lfy' rflur,10tl to her home Hundiiy.
BSJ O reen Itlver Ulapntch, 16th.
( Jim. Harriet Mnmlng nnd family
lt i hnvo rented their homo on North
BBBJ ff ' Ninth Htreet nt Pike und hu moved
BBBJ T J; I to t,,u I'rert tako uelghhorhood for
BBBJ ' nt ,ut the luimmer mouth.
B ' Mi. J. It. i.'urle and iUukIw
BBSI I tcr Ki'therlne. und MIm tlenovn John-
BBSJ It, 1 4 """ departed thin week for rlomirt.
BBSJ h- It Colo., where Dr. Carlo U now loented.
BBS j , "Mt. I'lmiMtit I'yrumlit, loth.
BBSJ I , j j riMldont Hlrevell nnd Auditor
BBSJ Murphy uf tho Independent foul mid
BBSJ i (i J Coko lompitny. wore nt the company'
BBSJ ' 1 property nt Kenllworth on Monday
BBSJ li nll TiiMduy. making n gencml In
BBSi ill Pctlon or the plant. They returned
BBSJ M S '" Hd" 1'ake CUy TuoHday.
Cleorgo Htewnrt. superintendent of
tho Cnntla Took mine, was In town
thla week. Tho mine I now free nt
water nnd It I expeeted mining nper
ntlon will ho rofiumed noon. Myton
Mr. nnd Mm. John It. Pace Mr.
nnd Mm. M. T. Harmon nnd Mrs. Inn
helln llr)iier nro out In tho Mountain
Homo nootlon of tho rmcrvallon ciun
try flahlng nnd rlnltlng relative nnd
MIm lllenda nttoon, who Imi
lieen nt Muhrtand the pnt winter, I
homo vlltlng her mother, neeompon
led hy Alox lleverldge, who rpent n
couple of dn J with her. Catlo Dale
Mr. nnd Mm. Wlllnrd 1'ehmon of
Halt tako City were hero during the
week, going and coming from Hun
tlngtnn to nttend tho funeral of Mm.
I'ehrwin'. hrothfr, the Into IVter Ol-
noli of Woodldo.
B. It. Short of Htorr nnd Thomn
Dixon of Cnatlo (lato were In l'rleo lt
Friday nnd Katurday niultlng tho lo
on 1 oomtnltteo heiw In nrrnnglng for
tho hlg Odd rellow' county reunion
hero on tho 4th of Heptemlier.
Tom ("nrry nml Jnek Vlgnetto.
who went to Hunnylde lout week to
Join the unit team nt that place, de
rided that thoy would rather play
with Helper nnd returned homo the
noxt day. Helper Time. 17th.
Mr. nnd Mm. (I. K. Ileneh nnd
Mm. Jennie Cox nnd two children of
Mnntl arrived In l'rleo Rundny night
for n week or ten day llt. They nro
father, mother nnd nlter uf Mr. U
A. tauher and (leorgo K, Ileneh.
Irn II. Ilrownlng of Cnntlo Dalo
w doing hiiilneM nt Frlrc Hundny
nnd londay lout, coming over hy nil
tomohllc Tho road nro In the lient
nliapo nt till time In hi recollection
(f nearly twenty enm rcldenco In
Mr. nnd Mm. M. I llrnffel. nc
companled hy their daughter, Maud,
nnd their win. Itohert nnd J nine,
have gone to California to vUll tho
rxpoKltion. MIm Maud will remain
to ntudy nt llerkeloy thn coming )enr.
8alt tako Trlliune. !ld.
JnmeM Mnrlollo, who ctrnduct n
thlrnt emporium nt Helper, wn down
from tho railroad town lait Monday.
Ilctween thn town mamhal there, tho
aherlfr ileputle nnd thn generally
dull tlmen the paloonmen of that place
find nil) thing hut eny sledding the
Mm. T. I McCarty nnd three
children left Hiiturday night for Price,
where ho will Join her ller nnd
himhnnd. Mr. nnd Mm. H. C. Mile,
and Journey hy wugon to tho rcwr
vatlon anil llt her mother nnd other
relative for tho next Mx week.
llreeti lllver Dlxpnteh, Itth.
Malinger tao taonnrd of tho Con
nolldatrd Wagon nnd Machine loin
puny wn up on White Itlver nnd Flh
Cioek ludt Hjindny, hrlnglng homo with
him n hundred nnd flic mountain
trout, tho In t gent single cnteh no far
till oar, time considered. Homo of
them went letter tlmii two pound
Major and Mm. C'nrlo (J under
wit!, Mr. nnd Mm. John niindeixin
nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Antlion Ounderaon
Went to Hull take City rUmduy In nn
Hiilomohllo to see the Liberty Hell.
An thoy returned hy Auierlean Fork
thoy got n fine lot of trout nnd
hroogltl them homo for lreakfnt
Mt. Plonmnt Pyramid, tilth.
Mr. nnd Mm. C. II. Archer of
Prho left Wednesday for Hall take
City nnd will spend several dn nt
nnd mound tho resort of .Ion. Mr.
Archer hu heeti In tho employ of tho
Denver and Itlo Orumle system slnoo
tho early narrow gauge dn of 1876
thlrty-nliio leiir iind Is among tho
eompaio'H oldest und jnostAvorthy em
does. Mm. OIUo Miller I hiuk In Prlco
ufter uu uht.'iice of several month In
which time she has visited In tho t)u
kola. 'chrakn, Colorado and Texas.
Her many friend nt Price und else,
where In Carlwin county have heen
congratulating hVr for the past week
on her appearance In hucIi excellent
health and nro welcoming her tack
A. It. Hliulti. the government mun
who Iiun hcen hero for the past month
checking up tho government with
drawal of phosphate land In tho
vlilnlty of llliio Mountain, loft for the
Kast yesterday morning. He lefused
to tullt ns to the exact nature of hi
mission thin trip. WhoOivr there will
he further withdrawn! he would not
au) .Vernal Kxpres, loth.
btaVIT 1 j .fr
R Hat bargain prices;
H; v :: We are offering for sale at rare bargains
H jj: :: Second-hand Trucks and Touring Cars,
" GARFORDS j
Wt $ FORDS '
j j , , FRANKLINS , j
Hi;i Two Hundred Dollars and Up. I
-B i :: s L J
jH.I i; Gubheii-Broeker Auto Co., f
H l t :: 'Automobile Accessories, Gasoline, Oils, Ek. Price, Utah I
SBSB' " t.t..,4.4
George A Mxon of Price brought
In nn nutumoblle load of pawtongem
for reservation tmlnt the first of the
week, among the numfter being Mntt
Warner. Prof Paul Volllnke and Mr
Caroline Seymour, the two latter ix
Ing In quest of Investment opportun
ities. Professor Voltlnke I a musle
teacher nnd lm a mining expert nnd
I en route to Alaska. Myton New.
deorgo K. Nelms, Walter lions
nnd D. V. tawla returned fiunday from
a trip of ten dnys to the Avlntnquln
Creek country, where the fishing was
even hotter than they had expeeted.
Thoy brought home between seventy
five nnd n hundred beauties, ranging
from six to sixteen Inches and some
of them weighing as much nn five
pound dressed. Thoy had tho trip
of their lire.
Marshal !eute of Helper was
IrnniMctlng' business at the county
seat Ihc flmt of tho week. The rail
road hoy nt that town nro getting In
lot of extra time lhcseda)s, ho my.
because of the heavy pnssengcr traf
fie In Ixith illreetlnn over tho Denver
nnd Itlo tlrnmle. More land I this
)ear being tilled up nnd down the
river from Helper than ever before
and some bountiful cropn arc to be
harvested. Fruits of nil kind arc ex
J N. Cotbln. who Is constrm ting
the new telephone line along the Mid
land trail. an In town a day or two
the first of the wnok. Corbln nlresd)
has out more than enough polos for
tho lino, nnd has been busy tho wl
week putting them In place. A rar
lond of wire nrrlved Wednesday nnd
Corbln will begin stringing tho same
nt once. He expect to rush the work
to nn onrly completion nnd will have
tho lino In operation within n short
time. Frtilta iColo.) Mall, 16th.
Mr. nnd Mm. (leorgo MoDermolt.
taul Peterson nnd Miss Daisy Peter
win motored dow , from Homersct Inst
week nnd spent several days with Mr
and Mm. Ii.e Dlttmnn In this city.
McDermnU returned homo Hundny.
hut hi family went nn to points In
Utah. MoDermolt Is manager of the
Wnnatch Htoro company there and
Peterson Is n confectioner of Homer
net. They declared the road to be
excellent, especlnll) In Mesa count)
Ornud Junction (Colo.) Xentlnel, ICth.
Henrt Thompson, fish und game
commissioner for this district nnd
whoso homo I nt Fcrron, was n visi
tor In Prlre last Friday on onn of his
regular trip In connection with hi
duties. Ho went from here to (Irand
nnd Han Juan counties nnd Is to be
absent several days, during which
limn he wilt look after soma nlleged
violations of tho law In that section
of tho slate. Thompson ! the ox
sherlff of Kuiery county nnd I n good
officer, no matter In what position he
Is plnied. Tho h n goes to hi home
J. J. M)em of tho department of
state dalr iml food Inspection, was a
visitor In Price Inst Monday nnd Tues
day. While hole he gave the hotels,
lodging houses, restaurant nnd meat
market "the once over," finding
thing generally In (pilte good condi
tion from n sanitary Point of view.
Ho ha Just finished nn Inspection
through nil tho coal camp nnd found
nothing serious to complain of with
people doing business nt these place.
From hero M)em went to llelnr. nnd
finishing his work there, 'will go on
to Ion for the big carnival.
Mm. Ouy llarrack of Frnsno,
Cnla . stopped over In Price Hundny
nnd Monday on her return front n
vMt to Khimmn and Missouri and was
h guest of the Crockett families. Mrs.
Ifctrrack was formerly a resident or
Price and Hunnvsltte. Frum her she
went direct tt Huh rnrntlwo. whore
she will this week b Julned by her
hiislHind jiiul together thoy nre to vliMt
the two oxpiHUtloiM for coupto of
week. It hag been four eam or
more slnco Mm. Ilarrnck wn In Prleo
nnd alio did not recognise the city ns
tho name place.
Miss Mnrjorle Howard entertain
ed ut nn Informal tea nt the homo of
her pureiit. Mi. and Mm. 1. u. How.
iird, on First avenue, ycslerdu) after
noon nt I o'clock in honor or Mis
Helen Hhnrp, MIkn IJesslo Hluiril nnd
Mis Or a Hhnrp. who will leavx soon
for California to make their home.
Their mother. Mm. I, J. Hhar, and
tin' three girl expect to leave for
llerkeloy about July 3lt, where tho
Mime Hhurp will enter college nt the
opening of the fall term. Tho tea
table wa decorated In murguerite ar
ranged In n silver busket u a i enter
piece. About eighteen gliosis were In
attendant v. Halt take Tribune. Idtli.
Oetirge M Hulllvnii. n well known
Halt take t't attorney, nnd A. O.
(luthell. a prominent nutomobiu man
of Price, were another party of min
ing men who were duvvit this way re
cently looking over their holdings In
tho now destined to lie famous, Htar
mining district. The gentlenun are
large stockholders In the Master Key
Mining compaii), the corporation own
lug five very promising chilmg Just
noith of the HiMvster Hoy. According
tu present plan it is the Intention of
the cotnpam tu start an active devel
opment campaign In the early future
and to go ahead and complete the
iniieu.niaie government mtrvee nee
eiwurj fur the wtntlng of the grxiund.
Mllford Nevts. 1 6th.
Me and Mm A. K. Pelton, for
inerl local resident when thay op
erated a tirlntliig establishment hero,
were arrivals In the city Tuesday from
Idaho, having made the trip on a
motorcycle with side car attachment
via Suit tako City and tho Midland
trail. The) are en route to Delleo,ue,
where the) have oil land Interests.
The) are trail iKiostem Pelton said
that they found one part of the road
a little rough between CI r eon Itlver
nnd Provo. That nil other part of
tho Midland trail U great for trans
continental travel and that with a
vide car attachment, which a a rule
la haul to operate on anything but
very smooth road, thoy round It pos
slide to go at an) speed they desired
In most places. They nro meeting
many old friends here. Grand Junc
tion (Polo.) News, 10th.
WHO DOK8 NOT RKAD Till? BAT
Carbon papers and typewriter sup
plies. The Sun. Advt.
AT KANSAS CITY
SCIICITV OF SlinHP IS ItKPOItT
III) OX I'AUTIItm liST.
In Cattle Stockcm nml I'cttlcm Sell
Slightly Hotter, Hut Without Any
Micclnl lnh !rns Stock From
Several Wc-lcrn .Mnrkcls Tend To
vtnnl Pulling, Down the Prices.
Correspondence The Hun.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July !. A
quarter to fifty cents wn taken off
enttle values Inst week, duo to tho
advent of n large delegation of grass
cnttlo nt Western markets generally
Prime fed cnttlo suffered somewnai
In tho general slump. Itecelpts hero
today nr about elghty-flvo hundred
hood, of which sixteen hundred hood
nre yarded In the Houthern division.:
nnd the drop In the supply since Inst
Monday, when thirteen thousand hend
arrived, resulted In an nctlvo mnrket
nnd considerable recovery In vnlile.
Prime steers. Including numerous lot
from Clinton county. Mo., the gnat
corn nnd blue grass section, brought
$.J5 to 110.10. on n parity with n,
week ago. A drove of one hundred
head of yearlings from the same sec
tion, of which eighty-two were hel-1
fern, brought I0.SI. 830 pound aver-'
ago. (Ireenwood county. Kan., steers
cllmled back Up to $8.60 today, atxiut ,
a good as tho best tlmo Inst week.
Texas steem In the native division
btolight 7.30 for which $7.00 would
have been tho price Inst Thursday
The rank and file of cattle moved nt
slightly better prices than the middle
of Inst week. Houth Texas gross steem
sold In the quarantine division nt $6.40
In J7.H6, nnd Oklahoma grnssem
weighing nine hundred pounds nt
$6.00 were considered higher than
they would hnvo sold lost Thursday.
Ten loads of It. K. Oatewood's steers,
around twelve hundred pounds, from
North Texas, brought $M0 In tho
quarantine division. Blockers nnd
feeders sold slightly better, but with
out any special dash.
In the hog yards tho supply wns
five thousand head, market steady to
five lower for an hour or two, during
which tlmo order buyers made their
purchases, up to $7.70, including
choice heavies nt $7 66. Packer bid
ten to fifteen cents lower prices, pay
ing $7.35 to $7.50 for the most of their
hogs, around $7.30 for rough heavy
weights. Provisions prices hnvo sharp
ly declined retenlly because of Mug
land's Interference with shipments to
neutral countries, nnd recent weak
ness In hog prices is traced to that
cause. Prophecy I innde that hog
prices will decline tilt Knglnnd nobles
hy tho rule uf International law nnd
ceases to Interfere with shlpmont of
food products, which laws the state
department nt Washington, D. C. I
demanding shall ho enforced,
Hheep nnd lamb receipts are six
thousand (load, tamlm dropped close
In $1.10 In value Inst week, hut salts
today were still lower, top $7.60 paid
for several strings of Arlxona spring
lainl. Hheep prices are holding up
$6.60, 110 pounds average Aged sheep
prices are considerably nlxtvo Chica
go, because of scarcity hero. De
mand for breeding sheep and feeding
muiiIm Is developing, and promises to
l very heav) Itevently there has
been prat tu all) nothing In either line
offered, a few feeding lamlM today ut
Cattle From Hondiim
KAKT HT. LOI'IH. Ills.. July 10.
Tho first consignment or enttle ever
received here from Honduras was sold
to local iwitkeia today. Tho lot of
seven hundred head sold nt $0.30 n
hundred pounds. This wa the first
part of n IniIcIi of six thousand head
bought hy a local concern In Hon
duras. Tho cattle were fattened In
Ouutemulu. The laws of Honduras
limit the number or i utile which may
bo exported to six thoumnd a year.
Illg Itniil Nile Coming Off.
H. W McClure of tho National Wool
growers' association Is printing 'throe,
thousand copies or tho catalogue of
tho flmt ram sale to be held at Halt
take City HeplemlxT 7lh and 3th,
noxt. when three thoiieniid ram are
to bo uurtlniifd under tho direction or
the mwoilatlon.nl the state rulr
ground with Dwlght Lincoln or Mil
rord Center, o., as auctioneer. Iteg
Uteretl stud eheep will bo Mild In lots
of one. and range rum will bo sold In
phs of twenty-five to fifty head. Tho
cutalogue Is of twenty-four iges. nnd
profusely Illustrated with half tones
of the best ram In the Western coun
Iry. Tvvciit).Mm Cents Fur Wool.
Molilalia wool Is bringing a iio,l
prbe. ai-ortllni tu repot ts rm cited at
Halt take City. .More than a iiiifuj.i
pounds ur wool have ln sold In tllkt
sUte nil end) this Mason, the nrlte
ranging from twenty.four tents to
twentj-nlne cents a pound. John D.
Wulte of l.ewl.ton. Mont., roeeivsd
tweiity-nine touts for hi clip, which
umoiinted to two hundred thousand
Other prominent woolmon or tho
Copper Htuto who have sold their flip
for twenty-eight oent are Perry VI
llammni and Jim Wllnon. Together
they have sold three hundied and flf
teon thousand pounds. Several sold
tholr clips for twenty-wven cents. In
eluding llcn Phillips of Phillips ciun
ty. two hundred thousand pounds, and
Kates Fjim Ktlll Suspended.
Further susponilon In tho proposed
udvnnce on live stook rules rrom Inter
mountain territory to tho Ua.tern
b awe,?,J" ,ni,lnin'' Saturday by
H. W, McClure, secretary of tho Nn.
tlonal Winegrowers Ubsodutlon. Tho
report camo from the Interstate com.
memo commission t Washington. I
C. nnd stated that tho ratoa would ho
wu.pended until Beptember I. m.
This advance rate nmountg to It. to to
,hfwCf""a nml WttB Proposed by
the Western railroads In April, lu
I OUR institution!
! AT YOUR SERVICE
; ; Tho mnn who docs the most talking docs not necuW
; Hy have the most enthusiastic listeners. The concerm
; ; that make the strongest clalmg are not necessarily th
; ; leaders in their line. We make strong claims, but have
;; been backing them up, and arc backing them todar
I J : with the strongest values upon the.market. Our entire
! 1 1 Institution, our enormous resources, our years of ex.
1 1 pcriencc are here and ready to serve you. Your money
1 1 never commanded so much purchasing power as it doei
! I here. We are offering you seasonable merchnnlie u
', ', reasonable prices.
;; Men's bibbed overall, cut full and roomy, two
front and two hip pockets. Made from 8 oz Mue
I! denims .-. . jj.
'. ' Men's blue overall, heaviest weight, regular $1,00.
;; Our Price . ' -
;; Men's band overall 5
; ; Men's work shirts 25c and -I5t '
Men's dress shirts .fj9c nnd 9$e
; ; Men's suits ...$7.!)0, $9.90, $12.50 and $1 1.75
;; Men's work shoes $1.98, $2.98 and Wjg
;; Men's dress Shoes $1.98, $2.98 and W.93
; ; Men's heavy work socks, three pair for 25c
; ; Men's silk lisle hose, 25c and 35c value t
; ; Men's John D. Stetson hats, $4.00 value $2JS
;; Men's all wool pants in blue, gray and brown,
1 : 91.09 and . . $2.93
;; Men's carpenter overalls, heaviest made, $1.50
value, Our Price j(tj
1 1 Men's two-piece underwear, per garment 25c ani 45c
wlm.'A'J If Lit I m Air J isafl
pJTBS BUST Is70?5jjjj
(In complaint of the Vmcrlcnit Na
tional Mvo Stock Association and tho
National Woolgrovvers" nrsortntlon,
tho interstate commerce commission
ha suspended tho advance rrom time
to time, until n dccbJon ns to Its mer
its can bo determined by that body.
tagpl blank and loose leaf devices
of every description. The Hun's placo
or business Is the former location of
the Advocate, next to Price Commer
cial and Having bank. Mall orders
given prompt attention. Address, The
Hun, Price. Utah. -Advt.
One Cent Per Word livcli Insertion,
' No Cluirgo Accounts.
I FOR HAI.U Oil TltADK HIXllOltHi;
Pnlrbunks, Morse ft Co. gasoline en
gine ns good as new. together with
shafting, belting, pulleys, etc. May
bo seen nt The Hun office
HTKNOnilAPIlIC WOllK DON K AT
office or will go nut. Albert llelnx,
with U A. Mcdce, attorney. Vlglln
llonomo building. Upstairs.
Foil ItKNT FOIt A TKIlMOF
years, or Tor sale nn easy terms,
rnrty acre or land south or Prlco In
walking distance. It. Crockett &
FOIt HAM: LOT .30x100 FKHT,
Just'east or Turner building, terms.
It. W. Crockett Co.
FltKD n. WOODfl. Jit., 1H HOMi:
rrom tho University or Utah and Is
prepared to glvo lessons on piano nml
cornet. Students desiring Instruction
will call and muko arrangement nt
No. 3 Olson Flats, Price, Utah.
PKII8QNH DKHIUINO TO ItKNT A
public hall will please call at Joe
II. Huberts' drug store. Price. Utah
OLD NICWHPAPKUB FoTt HALK AT
The Hun office: 28c per hundred.
FOIt HALK GOOD TUAmTIi'aTn
ties und wugon. MoKune For
LOST (INK WmTKMAItK. HIX
yours old. weight 1000 imiuiiiIs. no
brand, leathei bratelel and tlmln on
the forefeet. Heward. Apply to Mu
kUouros. Kenllworth, I'tah, llnx JIT
WANTKD FOH A CLTlNT7"iv
oral hundred dollars In warrants of
"'VH"V,,' "n t,,,, Knrnl fund.
II- W. Crockett & Co.
WANTKD TIlllRK ColTnTUK
Hun of the date of July 2. 1015. Must
bo well preserved. One year's sub-
rlptlon to The Hun for euch or the
ofTlce. e"Vl' " ,,rm,,fl,t l0 The 8u"
Tho strnngo malady which titii
killing wild ducks b thouundini
marshes nround Orent Salt Ukm
year ruccntly seems to l ctwH
nn nlknllne poison, n urdltii u
port or tho United States itpuv
or agriculture's Investigator n
wnter I believed to be the onlir
ody yet discovered.
Tho Sun carries n full and ca
lino of iienclls. Inks. mudUi. y
blank Ixioks and office raptSn
general. Mall orders solicits
dress, Tho Hun, Price. l'Uh.-Aln
ir you hnvo a house 1 1 rrntMii
tu rent n house trj Hun mlM
''. The Sun has just added i
'. complete line of office stf
. plieu, etc., Including nH
;: other things
V. Pencils, Inks, Pens,
I; - Penholders, Erasers,
:; Rubber Hands, Hooks,
I! Paper Clip Fasteners,
f Pyramid Pins,
o Loose Leaf Memos,
I! Ledgers, Day Hooks,
!: Journals, Cash Hooks,
:: Letter Files,
:: Receipt Hooks,
t Time Hooks,
:: Hotchkiss Staplers,
:: Library Paste, Etc.
t PHONE U
ii Price, Mi
j' " " " I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h , , , , , , , , , , , , , -HrH
!! FW TIME IS MORE TO BE FEARED
THAN WAR TIME.
:: Protect yourself against this danger by ordering yor
Screens early. W offera splendid line of Screen ,
:: "oors and Findings at prices to su everybody. !
il Teeter lumber cH,