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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

RFCTION OF UTAH PRESENTS GREATER OPPORTUNITIES TO THE RANCHER THAN THE FARMING COUNTRY CONTIGUOUS TO PRICE. THE LAND IS FERTILE AND PRO? flH iXrrcS IMMENSE CROPS. FROM A HORTICULTURAL STANDPOINT AS WELL, CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL. THE MARKETS, ON ACCOUNT OF THE PROXIMITY TO THE STATE'S , H PJStGEST COAL CAMPS, ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE AND AMONG THE BEST IN THE ENTIRE WEST. LAND IN THIS VICINITY WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER THAN IT IS RIGHT NO lH S.nS (tfftft'lf lit fill SLhllltflttl? 1 sSKaSSs TWENTY.FIRST YEAI PRICE, CARBOlTcOUNTY. UTAH, THURSDAY, JAN. 1 1, 1915. NUMBER 2. J fH IN U QUINS IUDCK ohkp.nwood diccidhs TIIVT VOTi:i8 LF.OAL. d Recount of Pour District W. K. Hcery Win cr "n108" r Kcl' ,- Ynr Sheriff Bf Two Voto O0n Two nt Hcoflrld ami Twoiat HtifHV. At I JO o'clock Tucda) morning Mrtrlct Judge Joshua Urconwood de Ivered hi opinion In lhe content pro 4lngs lhat him occupied tho alien Ian of the court since a week ngo Konttay. that Iho vote at Helper and Price was legal and therefore dls ri...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

H' PAGE TWO THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. B Dr. Wiley Prepares an H Ideal Food Tioje For H i Starring Hetgiutn H I New Plan of Relief Suggested by Wash- B ' ington Woman How You Can Aid the H Stricken Little Sister of the World A D 2 WILL IftXOW 3 w iH. AsrA 5k,r?r Hn .S ifc LH sP& jHKff vLjbYB7i' A! km, HBHVK-vHH LB vJnVw3",S t v!Bfl f 2SPaVjr'i" i k(iH Hi ,BpyPWr' f- i bHMb 1 BHBnHff wHfl tHK HJHHBBHBj H8 bJBBBBBwS8sL " Eft? a UJgBBBBWBBWII HW1 MF1S JOSEPH DARLINQ OIRCCTINQ THE PACKING OF IDEAL n FOOD B0XC8. TIIIH la going to le a pretty hunt winter In America TIio war In Europe Inn disturbed business In every direction We hare a few hungry peoplo ourselves Anil yet Belgium, a brave tlttlc,,thrlfly little nation MMfy of 7,0(X),(K0 people. In going to starve to death till winter unless Anicr- HHVB U feeds the Belgian How are we gulug to tako care both of our own and hmV ef the -stricken tittle alitcr of the worliir HHH A woman solved the problem Mrs Jos...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. PAGETHRH1 M You Will Not Regret j : Doing Your Trading Witli Us I t y ( . y . y t Wc give the best value for the money. We ' don't try to catch you on some small five cent $ article, but give you full value on every dollar ' you spend with us. We give you the best value t for your money when you trade with us. Wc V ' do our business strictly on business principles t and like for you to do the same. We have cv- ' crything you want. Call on us, we have the X goods and the prices. , y y t -) y ' y y ; Wasatch Store Co. f Stores nt Suhnysldc, Cnstlo Gate, Winter Qunrtcra and V t Clear Creek. We Strive ; To Please : Wo carry a most comploto stock of General l, Merchandise, including Staplo and Fnncy Grocer- ica, Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. ' Wo can furnish anything for the ranchman or ; sheepman. ! Our prices aro tho lowest nnd our goods nro of H tho best W It is a pleasure to quote prices and show goods. ( J. M. MILLER COLTON, UTA...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

H TAGEFOUR THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THUK8DAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. H fojatgm Itafr Afttmratg H I'rcd I Walrous, Publisher. HH 0rcrlptlon Itatts: One Year, $1.60; 81k Month, 78c; Tnrte Month. 80c HB ADVKHTIHINO ItATI IN KFFKOT JANVAKY t. I9H. ' HH DIBI'LAY ADVRHTI81NO Per Inch per Single Issue, Jtc; per Inch H9 pT Month, 10c Each Icsun. 1 rOBlTION Kull Position. Top of Column, Next Heading, adjl 8 per B eeat to above. Alongside Heading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. H IlRADEItfl Per Line. One Time, 10c: per Line, Subsequent, 6c B3 PIlOFKflHIONAL, CAItD8Not Over One Inch, 11.00 per Month. HI LEOAI.H Ten Cents per 1.1 no Klrst Insertion. Dve Cent per Line Each H Sabaequent Iwiue. 9 OI11TUAU1K8 Cards of Thanks, Resolutions, Ktc, at Half Local Head- Bl -tec Notice Hales. Address all Communications to e Till: KAHTKKN UTAH AIlVOCATIi, I'llICK, UTAH. K " THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. g TARIFF IS AGAIN TO RE THE DOMINATING ISSUE. Hg That the tariff wna tho dominnting Ibsuc in the cnmpnlsn of...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

---- THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. PAGE F1VB E.IH I The Wisdom in Saving A mm who bvm dollar to a benefactor, one who teaches another to -T, dollar to a publlo benefactor and ahould be knighted by the tat. A dsll&r put la the bank at compound Intoreat take root Instantly: It I not ISr burned by drouth.; not killed by frost or sleet n cannot be" C by heat or cold, by famine or peatllence. by tire or flood It wilt not & feat through a hole In the pocket, nor borrowed by some pestilential friend a, boon companion. It to beyond the reach of earthquake or lightning, accl fcat iweak thief, thug or murderer. It worki for you by day and by night. Ssadaya. legal holiday and week dayi are all the aame to It It will not rust Br rot. nor be eaten by worms. It wilt aprout and mature a crop of Interest tor you every year throughout all eternity and then be aa fresn and aa ready logo on working for you and your descendant aa the day It waa first carried u lh n)c ll...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

R PAGE SIX THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. 1915. BBBBI l '''- i i i i j n i ' B Ewr7A-i'''i''v'. B CvnorrntuiNCSUivcK, B ThU flour I made from tha H eholce Turkey lied Hard Wheat H Erery aack guaranteed to give sat B tafactlon, and has a chemical teal H of 41 per cant gluten. fl For 8ale by H Price Commission Go. H rhone I (HIAWATHA I CO A LI gYafaB ' ' H rrn TIIK iu:ht, IT doich NOT H 8iack. it nous not B lanmmfcwnani H jjC.S. Harris! H Everything In H Concrete S Work. B IMIICB. UTAH H i' Katlmate on llulldlnga, Walka ', BBBBBI and all Klnda of Contracta BBBBBI ' Cheerfully Furnished. Modern , ' 'i Maohlnery and Methods. H lAMAAMVAAfVWVAAAAAAAM BBBBawai t ' j Joeepli Henry, Manager. Hl Nora Mycr, Sec A Trcaa. l HENRY & MYER m Transfer Co. gfafaHi' rums dihtii.mcd watkii H and j freight (Jltcn Our Hpcclnl B Attention. 1 Cntl Yellow Drnya or BBBBBI iMiuno noy. We Dellicr Annour'a Very BBBBBB H W.H.M90RAYCR-S nagt j Is aged 8 IjSfifl Ri full years in )SH Hj rfwbk-...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. PAGE SEVEN H pThe Garden Store Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Green and Fancy Gro ceries, Etc. Pipes, Cigars, Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles, Fresh Confectionery a Speci alty. Phone 104. The GARDEN STORE Ranchmen Take Notice When la Prico trj tbo KOZY Lunch Room You can get meals from 25c up. Everything Clean and Wholesome. Wc Serve Nothing But THE BEST. A Trial Will Convince You TalcumToiletTreat A cood Talcum Powder (or the iiinmir toilet It U ft necessity and a luxury keeps the akin soft and dainty, prevents (unburn and freoklea, assure com forublo appearance, and absorbs perspiration. W carry all the best known Talcums, and wi have any odor you want. at Tho MISSION Pharmacy or tho REXALL Store. I KING &H0RSLEY Electrical Supplies Ye nandlc a complete line of Globes and all kinds of Electrical Supplies. IE & HQRSLEY Telephone 73y and 217 I; White House Bar niTTAID AND WHOLESALE H i riio Itcst In Wines, Liq...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 14 January 1915

H TAGK BIGHT THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THUK3DAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. 1 REAL ESTATE S I BARGAINS;: H I ' ' . BBSS! I m ( H ' ll H 40 acres of first clnss Innd, full writer right, only thmc H miles from town, 15 ncrca under cultivation, nicely lo- H cntcd. $1,000 down, balance on time to suit purchns ; cr. A SNAP. H 40 ncrca raw Innd, with 20 ncrcs water right; close in and H right on river. $1000; half down andlmlanco on time. H 40 acres, mile and one-half from town. Real truck gar- H den. Will sell in any sized tracts. Small payment H - down, balance on timo to suit purchaser. H 115 acres, cloao to good town, 30 acres in cultivation, wn- H ter right for same, priro $1500; $1000 down, lytlance M ' on time. This is liko getting money from home. m ' ' H 20 acres, two miles from town, all in alfalfa, first-class H water right, on Stato highway. Choico land, fine lo- H cation. ggSI H 40 acres close in to largo conl camp, good business prop H ' crty. Water can bo hnd by digging well; other...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

PjjVjVJ JSTm" C0"NTRY CONTIGUOUS TO PIUCE. THE LAND IS PEUT.LB AND PRO- Jm nnKT TAlMPq AfcF Af WAva nit i VJ i, . STANDPOINT AS WELL, CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL. THE MARKETS, ON ACCOUNT OF THE PROXIMITY TO THF qtatm 8H ,MUESt COAL CAMPS, ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE AND AMONG THE BEST IN TI1E ENTIRE WEST. LAND IN THIS VICINm " Wlflj NEVER HE CimSfS "Swi H rntrtl mar bo iiurcly reached W I W W 'V VV -yW Interested In what ho hail to mH jYaVaal If they only knew tho imrtlculani H - TWENTY-FIRST YEAR. PRICE, CARRONCOUNT'UTAH, "THURSDAY, JAN. 2l7l915. NUMHErI. n ' aH iOV. WILLIAM SPRY PEUVliW iHGRlES KHKAK X,K(.I8I.ATION fiAtfi IT IS TOO KXri-NHtVK. Ygr That 111" Tax Lawn of lite State Be nevi-cd Tliat Proicrty May Re Assessed At Full Valuation aMits Constitution Amended. la hi messago to the legislature foaday, flovcrnor Bpry strongly urg J the revision of the tax lawn. In hi connection he aid: 1 earnestly recommend n revision tho levying powor downward to So end that valuation will Increaao nt thero...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

Hj TAGE TWO THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. H "Belgium Helpless H -Anjtoaj 77 Spring, ciys Commission HH ' Need ol Relief Still Very Urgent, According H 1 to Latest Report From Stricken Land Hew HH A Americans Can Send Their Mite D J Hy tOILL l'RtVlf gggaH asjfs MB'ss -JP J?T(P ggggw ' fUSa.- 1?AjJr mJ aBVSWCOl . ASM wglafe.'ik. Hi ' ggg 'gggflk gggH vr ggH jo IIHi H DELOIAN nEFUOEES IN THE RUINS OP TERMONDE. Hl A CCOttDINO to (he Commission Kor llellef In llclRlutn, the American peo- H I m iIp will probably have lo feed Iho llclglnti ttlo all this winter "We H JLjL h"TC ,nk''" lA'n "' 'cllKto. MM one of thr commissioner Imti H , n'wk, "and the best Informed Europeans irll us Hint there will be tin H ebangc In I lie nillttnry situation thin winter It nuitns that we muM keep up H fb work until spring breaks or lunger" H It has liocn a race with hunger, thin business of feeding OMiil.otio people H , with suppllca gathered a half a world away. All Uclghim depend ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

H"auaasMaHHIHaBBBss8BSBaflsa THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. PAGE THREK fl t Every Family Want Can j Be Supplied atDur f 1 Chain of Stores i t , t GROCERIES OF ALL; KINDS y AEATS AND CANNED GOODS f. : DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS f I CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS. ALWAYS STOCKED WITH $ SEASONABLE GOODS. $ u. ! ? I Wasatch Store Co. I I Stores nt Sunnysldc, Castle Gate, Winter Quarters nnd V 1 Clear Creek. i fwe Strive j To Please ji Wo- carry a most complete slock of General I Merchandise, including Staple and Fancy Grocer- S lea, Shoes, Dry Goods nnd Notions. ,' We can furnish anything for tho ranchman or sheepman. Our prices are the lowest nnd our goods are of ' tho best. It is a pleasure to quote prices and show goods. J. M. MILLER j COLTON, UTAH Utah Fuel Company MINERS AND SHIPPERS CARBON COUNTY COflLS ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF COKE j: Cnrbon County Coals Arc the Best. In tho market for Horses, Mules for Mines, Hay nnd Grain, j! Mine Props, Ties, Sprngs and Various Other...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

V PAGE FOUR THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 191S. I I gaatrnt Italy Afttiaaig B Fred I Watrous, Publisher. B 1 stabacrlptlon Hates One Tear, $1.60; Blx Month, 78c: Tnrce Month. (Oe H ! " AOVKimBINO IIATIM I.V KKFKOT JANUAKY 1, 1M. H DISPLAY ADVnilTIHINO Per Inch per Single luue, tie; per Inch H pve Month, 20c I5ach Issue, M POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Heading, add 26 per IB cent to above. Alongside Heading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. tB , HBADKHB Per Line, One Time, 10c; per Line, flubsiuent, 6c. I PHOFESfllONAL GAUDS Not Over One Inch, 11.00 per Month. HH LEO ALU Ten Cent per Lino First Insortton. Five Cent per Line Each H ; feaequent Issue. H . OUITUAIttna Cardi of Thanks. Hesolutlons, Etc., at Half Local Head. bur Notice Hales. Address all Communications to B KASTKHN UTAH ADVOCATK, PIUCK, BTA1L B T THURSDAY, JANUARyTi, 191G. B' DOES THE HIGH SCHOOL CONTEMPLATE COMPETING B WITH LOCAL BUSINESS FIRMS? H During the holidays several needed improv...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

i m I THE EASTEKN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. PAGE flY If I The Wtedom in Saving I A m who nth ii dollar U a benefactors one who teochea another to .a,, a dollar a Public benefactor and should be knighted by the state a Slkcr put la the bank at compound Interest take root Tn.Untlvi it I. ... Arched or btmwd br drouths; not killed by frwt or Xl tl ? $$, J.e.t er wM by famine or pestilence" Xr fir? SrSlood?1 u Im no. JT1 fUlVtaS; I I- btt.T b?rM.We1 by P1n"a7f lend or boon companion. It I beyond the reach of earthquake or tlhtnln. accl. aeat tl,ll,?UC w rw?V' U work ' ou by day and by nUM. SMdaya. 1NTI holidays and week days are alt the same to It It will not rust Mr wt. Mr be eaten by worms. It will sprout and mature a crop of Inte ler you every year thromhout all eternity and then be aa frean and a ready . on working for you and your defendant, aa the day It waa tint carried te the bank. It will be a atavo that never eats, drinks nor sleeps, no die aad need bo ovemeer...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

f RAGRSIX THE BA8TERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY; JANUARY 2M : m fit1 'tBBPivW iiifi B i niirsdnrniiiiNbttiivcD , LH ' XViHCMOUINOfi H l This (lour la made from the B J Choices Turkey lied Hard Wheat H ! Krtry sack guaranteed to give sat H , Ufactton, nd has a chemical teat H , of 41 per cent gluten. H J'or Bale by H i Price Commission Go. H Phone IS I I IIIAWATHAl I COAL! I rrs Tin: mist, it imiat not HI.ACK. IT IOI NOT ClilNKr.lU H H O.S.Harris I I; Concrete : Work. H IMUCK, UTAH H tWrtinutM on llulldlnfs. Walk H and all Kinds of Contracts H ', Cheerfully rurntshad. Modern ', Maahlnery and Methods. H Jnnepli Henry, Manager. Nora Myrr, Beo. A Tress. HENRY & MYER H't Transfer Co. H I I'tmi: di8th.m:i) watkii B freight (Ihcn Oiir Sjieclnl H Call Yellow Dray or H I'liouo 5uy, H We Deliver Armour' Very iaUHHI 1VNt H H, W.H.M?BRAYER'S MgS-: H Is aged 8 fSM H' full years in IHj.,,, H ttonble-charred mISIm1" n oak casks. jflBl1:,: E Therefore it jflfe ' possesses IjfflHD H double good- L...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

THE EASTERN UTAH .ADVOCATE; TH.UB8PAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. PAfeE'SKViKrl I-1H p The Garden Store Dealers in Foreign and Domdstic Fruits, Nuts, Green and Fancy Gro ceries, Etc. Pipes, Cigars, Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles, Fresh Confectionery a Speci alty. Phone 104. The GARDEN. STORE Ranchmen Take Notice When In 1'rico try the KOZY Lunch Room You can get meals from 25c up. Everything Clean and Wholesome. Wc Serve Nothing But THE BEST. II Trial Will Convinco You TalcumToiletTreat A good Talcum Powder (or tho lummer tollot. It U e necrulty and a luxury keeps the akin aoft and I dainty, prevent lunburn and freckle, aaaurea com fortablo appearance, and absorb perspiration. We carry all the beet known Talcum, and we hao any odor you want at The MISSION Pharmacy or the REXALL Store. I king&'horsley Electrical Supplies WTg handle a complete line of Globes and all kinds of Electrical , Supplies. KING & HORSLEY Telephone 73y and 217 !j White House I Bar 1 1 Tho Heat In Wlnea, Liquor ami ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 January 1915

f fAGK KIOIIT THE EASTERN UTAH ADV0CAT8, THUMDAY, JANUARY 21, 1916. , , j j; REAL ESTATE !: I BARGAINS! H 40 ncrcs of first class land, full wntcr right, only three B miles from town, 15 ncrcs under cultivation, nicely lo- 1 j' cnted. $1,000 down, balance on tlmo to suit purchns- M cr. A SNAP. H '.'.40 acres raw land, with 20 acres water right; close in nnd H right on river. $1000; half down and balance on time. H 40 acrcA,,milo and one-half from town. Real truck gar- H I den. Will sell in any sized tracts. Small payment H j down, balance on time to suit purchaser. H , 115 acres, closo to good town, 30 acres in cultivation, wa- B '. ter right for Bame, price $1600; $1000 down, balance m on time. This is like getting money from home. H ' H ' 20 acres, two miles from town, all in alfalfa, first-class H j water right, on State highway. Choice land, f ino lo- H cation. Hi I 40 acres closo in to large coal camp, good business prop- H;K crty. Water can be had by digging well; other busi- ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 28 January 1915

K8ECTIN of JJJ-JJ8.6118 opportunities to the rancher than the farming country contiguous to price, the land is fertile and pro- ! M (UCES IMMENSE CROI S. F ROM A HORTICULTURAL STANDPOINT AS WELL, CONDITIONS AKB IDEAL. THE MARKETS, ON ACCOUNT OF THE PROXIMITY TO THE STATE'S H HP.EST COAL CAMPS, ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE AND AMONG THE BEST IN THE ENTIRE WKT. LAND IN THIS VICINITY WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER THAN IT IS RIGHT NOW JH before w taiwi Mrtlcnw W f V-V' m? L 7W' JL IW I ' LP JLP -U lb HH chliV'twIlMiM.oiildto , -t,lo In onlcr Hint tho one vvW -WW ?V V rVVWWVVW fT r f IW W"W IntetwteM In what lie lin.l to sell ' JJeitcil may bo surely rcnclicd M -r ,,cjr olly klllW ,K i,nrilculant . H -- TWENTYlltSTYEAIL PRICE,"cARolfc6lJNTY, UTAH, THURSDAY, JAN.287li)15. NUMBElM. jj 1MISSI0NERSWANT XPRESSIONOFVOTERS IKK l'HOIHIONH UK MADK to muh- iswaiTKDNnfW ' nflrm ppolntmcnl" Iy Hlicrlfl Hiry -ontnblcV ""d Justices n Approved New Apjwlnt- jitt Made Oppose Apiwlnlincnt rf Am-""". The board of county co...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 28 January 1915

In HftJ PAGE TWO THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. BvflYf f ' ' ' ' ' , ... . HbH ! Photograph courlray Ban Krancleco Kmmlntr M THE MOTHER OF LlKCOLN DEACHEY, FROM THE TOWER OF JEWELS, 433 FEET ABOVE THE H i EARTH, AT THE PANAMA-PACIFlO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, WATCHES HER SON I LOOP HIS ONE THOUSANDTH LOOP H When Lincoln llcnrhpjr, Bon of Hun Krnnt-lnco, on the occaalon of til homecoming after breaking nil world rcc H orda nit a (lnrnlprll loocr of Wrj loop, performed two entirely new and death defying attiut orcr tlie completed H I palace of the I'd tin inn I'ncltlc International Kinri'ttlon It wo hla aged mother who (or the flrat time wnrel htiu H , en, to frrah achievement Mr Itcachcy held a place of honor. 4X fret up In the air, on tbe tiptop of the won- B J ' Uerful Tower of Jewel from tbla acrlc ahe waa able In watch every erratic more of her ilnrrdcrll aon. Bus Hl 1 irrlcd'out only once That waa when he wrote the figure "1000" agnlrnt the cloud, high ab...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 28 January 1915

I ' fi&fl 1 HtH 1 THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. PAGE THREE j Quality In $ GROCERIES (el ("""- V v I W The supreme point about our 1 goods is thefr reliable quality. X 2 Our business isn't guess work. We know for a fact that our Groceries X ' are of the very best quality before ' we let them enter the stores. We X jj have found that these are the kind $ of Groceries most people want. X c Don't get the idea that high quali- $ rj ty makes our prices high, for it X ' doesn't. We carry a complete ; line of General Merchandise and $ our service is unexcelled. ! x Wasatch Store Co. Stores nt Sunnysldc, Castle Gntc, Winter Quarlcro nnil V Clear Creek. ! V We Strive lj L To Please v " Wo carry a most complete stock of General t $ Merchandise, including Staple and Fancy Grocer- lea, Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. , We can furnish anything for the ranchman or sheepman. Our prices are tho lowest nnd our goods are of , tho best ' It Is a pleasure to quoto prices and s...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 28 January 1915

BBB1 Kf rAGE FOUR THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. I Eastern ltdj AbmmU Hint Fred L. Watrous, Publisher. Kf tacrlptlon Hates. One Year, $1.60; Blx Months, 7Eo; Tnreo Months, SOc WP AI)VnilTI8lN7j ItATiM IN KTFECT MNVAllY 1, IBM. ' B 1 DISPLAY ADVEItTIBINQ rr Inch per Single luue, 26cj per Inch J""" -per Month, iOo Hnch Issue. POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Heading, add 25 per . seat to above. Alongside Reading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. BH IIRADICHR Per Line, One Time, IOo; per LIiib, Dubaciuent, 6c BB PHOFHSSIONAL, CAHDS Not Over One Inch, 11.00 per Month. HJjJ LEOALH Ten Cent per Una First Insertion. Five Conta per Line Each BE"? Ihrixequenl lssuo. Bl'f OMTUAHIEB Carda of Thanks, Itcaotutlona, Etc., at Half Local Head- BB l in Notice Itntee. Address all Communications to HI t lltHTHKNKTAll ADVOCATK. l'lUCK. UTAH. Ml THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. THE "LID" IS ON. ITho "lid" hns been placed firmly nnd Hecurely upon the morula of Price. All, in...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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