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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 28 January 1915

I -- - ------ THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 101R. PAGE FIVE .;H is I The WXscJoni in Saving US A man who eaves i a dollar 1. a benefactor, one who teaches another to WT. a dollar ta a puM to b en r Awld be VnlghUd by the stale. A dollar put ,n the t'Bk at compound Interest takes root Instantly It la not JSIcr brea by drouths: not killed fa, frost or sleet U cannot be ta! aCd by heat or cold, by famine or pest lence, by fire or flood It will not be lost through a hole In the pocket, nor borrowed by some pestilential friend boon S"'0":" 5f?j? J?ach ?f "'thquake or llghtnlnc. accl i.nt weak thief, tha or murderer. It works for you by day and by night, gwday. I' holiday and week days are all the aame to It It will not rust n.r rot. nor be eaten by worms. It will sprout and mature a crop of Interest ttr you erery year throughout all elernlty and then be as fresn and m ready to yo on working; for you and our descendant as the day It was first carried to the bank. It wil...

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. — 28 January 1915

W PAGE SIX THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1916. fis cirv wti ig ftttvto.. LH &3rf cmolin om. Hf ThU (tour la mad from the H ' Choices Turkey Hed Hard Wheat H Krtrjr sack guaranteed to give eat- H brfaoUon, and, ha a chemical teat H of 41 per cent gluten, B For Sale by Price Commission Go, Hl I Phone HH annHMMKIMUMHi HIAWATHA I COAL! H . , I. H cth tiii: marr, it dojijj Not B (iiACR,) it r nous Sot H - OMNKKIt. i B MMHHHMHIMMH H : O.S. Harris H Everything In I; ji Concrete j I,; Work. Hlj I'KICM, UTAH H Batlmatea on IJulMlngs, Walks H ', and all Kinds of Contracts H i ', Gtieerfully furnished. Modern ,' H ' 1 1 Machinery and Methods. H Joseph He.H.ry, Manager. B Nora Mjcr, Sec. A Treas. HENRY & MYER H Transfer 'Co. B IMIHIC DIHTIM.I.I) WATIClt AN!) H freight tlltcn Our Scclal HHH Attention. B Call YclloT Drnjs ur B I'liono 6y. Pj We Drther Armour Very H Hcst Meats. ; ' W.H.MSBRAYER'S MWJl H' Is aged 8 fHH H I full years in IxEiH H ilouble-clmrred jflfP Hi oa...

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. — 28 January 1915

i , THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. PAGE SEVEN tl G&rdW Store Dealers in Foreign and Domestic' i i Fruits,-'Nuts, Greeii , and Fancy tCxro ceftesrEtc. Pipes, Cigars', ffl6bfccos, Smokers ,Arriclcs Fresh Confectionery a Speci alty. Phoni; r i i k The GARDEN -STORE Ranchmen Take Notice When la X'fice try tho KOZY LurichRoom You can get' rn,fiajs ronl 25ciup. Everything Clean and Wholesome. We Serve Nothing But THEjBEST. A Trial Will Convinco You' TalcumToiletTreat A food Talcum Fowder for the lummtr toilet It U a necessity and a luxury keep the shin aotti 'and i i ' I ' J dainty, prevent! itinburn and freckle, assures com fornhto appearance, end, absorbs periplrntlon. We carry nil the belt known Talcums, and we have any odor you want , at The MISSION Pliarmncy or the REXALL Store. I KING & HORSLEY Electrical Supplies Ye nani"e complete line of Globes and all kinds of Electrical Supplies. Siira Telephone 73y and 217 j! White (louse 'Bar '-' j, niJrAUjt AN...

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. — 28 January 1915

B PAGB EIGHT THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, THUttSftAY, JANUARY 26, 1015. - ' I REAL ESTATE i I ! BARGAINS H H , 40 acres of first class land, full wntcr right, only three Hf ' miles from town, 15 ncrcs under cultivation, nicely lo- H en ted. $,000 down, balance on time to suit purchns- M cr. A SNAP. '.'.40 ncrcs raw land, with 20 acres water rlfclit; closo'In and m right on river. $1000; half down and balance on time. j l ','.40 acres, milo and one-half from town. Real truck gar- Hj den. Will ecll in any Blzcd tracts. Small payment B down, balanco on time to suit purchaser. 1 115 acres, close to good town, 30 acres in cultivation, wa- H tcr right for same, price $1500; $1000 down, balance m ( on timo. This is like getting monoy from homo. H 20 acres, two miles from town, nil in alfalfa, first-class H water right, on Stajo highway. Choice land, fino lo- H cation. B ' r 40 ncrcs closo in to largo coal enmp, good business prop HL ' crty. Wntcr enn lc had by digging well; other bust- ' ncs...

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. — 5 February 1915

I l I H "' 1 ... !fi ft j , SECTION I OP tJTAll PRESENTS GREATER OPPORTUNITIES TO JiIe RANCHER TliilTIIE FARMING COUNTRY CO NTIGUOUS TO PRICE. THE LAND IS FERTILE AND PRO j H s i ICES 1MS SSi nV TrVUc tH1C,VLTUUAL STANDPOINT AS WELL, CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL. THE MARK ETS, ON ACCOUNT OF THE PROXIMITY TO THE STATE'S " fe f rGEST COAL LAMIO, akc AIRWAYS RELIABLE AND AMONG THE BEST IN THE ENTIRE WEST. LAND IN THIS VIC 1NITY WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER THAN IT IS RIGHT NOW j M Sssl (Sfljstcnt 11 till. htirtCitti hhhh h . TWENTY-FIRST YEAR. PRICE, CARBON COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEB. 5,1915." NUMBERS. N I' I WD II j,VClI ASKS POIl ROND ISSUE AND MJAHB OK PLANT. lon On Itolli Question Called or March Otli Appraise Ap jlnlcd lo Mi Value of Llictit and oWrr Procriy Judges Appointed. U the regular meeting of the city ,ncll Tuesday night It w decided hold two election on tho th day Msr One I to submit to tho rni rf Price the mutter of bonding (,v f the sum of 110,000 for , p ,. h limit of additional water...

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. — 5 February 1915

B j fagktwo mt m. H Dangera of A CoM. H' (r Do you know that of atl the minor Bj. ( ailments cold are by far the moat B' dnngerAusT It la not the colds them H I selves that you need to fear, but the HE '? aetioui diseases that they so often lead R.-' to. For that reason every cold should Ht be gotten rid of with the least pos- B alble detAy. To accomplish this, you H will find Chamberlain's Cough Hem- H 6r of treat help to you. It loosen n H cold, relieves the Inngs, aids expector- H aUon and enables the system to throw Km off the cold. For sale by all dealers. H , Advt. H i H . IN THK D18T1UOT OOUilT OF THJt M United fllatea fer the District of Utah. H la the Matter of William J. Gordon, H Bankrupt No. 1789 In Bankruptcy. B Petition for Discharge. Bl To the Honorable John A. Marshall, indue of the District Court of the B United States for the District of Utah: HBV ' William J. Gordon, of Helper, In the HBv county of Carbon and state of Utah, j la sild district, respectfully represe...

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. — 5 February 1915

I - - - PAGKTHUMt (flH WM f Quality In GROCERIES , B The supreme point about our f WW goods is their reliable quality. 2 AB Our business isn't guess work. We f J I know for a fact that our Groceries i C are of the very best quality before f ity I we let them enter the stores. We have found that these are the kind f ' !, of Groceries most people want. X 3J Don't get the idea thatjhigh quali- ; ;1 ty makes our prices high, for it X li doesn't. We carry a complete $ H J 1 line of General Merchandise and X Ul our service is unexcelled. Hj I Wasatch Store Co. V Stores at SunnvHlde, Caatlo Gate, Winter Quarters and V 4 Clear Crock. J 4 4 l l 'X $ t t $$ 4fr3 :; We Strive I To Please ' We carry a most complete stock of General - . ' Merchandise, including Staple and Fancy Grocer- ; . . ; lee, Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. " ; , We can furnish anything for the ranchman or 4 iheepsuui. 4 Our price are the lovyest and our goods are of I the best 0 It is a pleasure to quote prices and Bhow goo...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 5 February 1915

BBlr I ill PAGE FOUR THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. H Fred I Watrous. Publisher. H'; Subscription nates: One Year. $1 60; Elx Month. 76c; Tnree Month. 80c Bl AUVKIITIBINO IIAT1M IN IHTIMTT JASOAIlY 1, IBM. BK t DISPLAY ADVnilTlBINO Per Inch per Single Imuc, JBc; per Inoh HM ' jMr Month, 20c Each Imuo. BJI , POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Heading, add 15 per i Mnt to aboc. Alongside Ilcalng Matter, add 10 per cent to above. ; ItKADKItH Per Line, One Time, 10os per I.lnei. nubi..juent, to. Bfl i 1MIOKK8810NAL CAM8 Not Over One Inch, $1.00 per Month. Bfl I m LEOAL3 Ten Cents per Uno First Insertion. Five Cent per Line Hach BH gfatmequent Imuc. BV OIltTUAIttDS Cards of Thanka, Iteaotutlona, Etc., at Half Local Head- Ing Notice Hates. Address all Communlcnttona to BjV llHTi:ilN UTAH AHVOCATIi PIUCK. UTAH. nrss ttctiit - - -in iinii nil -iTnrrrn 1 B FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916. B "J Tho Snlt Lnko Tribune docs not think tlint U-21 was very fnr H 4 fr...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 5 February 1915

I ' fl -J -- THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. fM I PRICEDVICINITY f m3 ow "tM ; "Colonel" Walsh and wire have r " given up tholr resilience In Prlco and p ' nl moved to Hlngham. fortjS Frank Gronso U the very proud " r possessor of a new Overland. Ha pur- 1 1 chased the car last week. o,, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Ilevenue left (or Salt tke City Iniit Tuesday morn- lnT. where they will reside In the future, it ( ley. Deputy State Auditor Mark TuttU was In the county sent last Thursday lUli and Friday cheeking up present own ership plats. n Mr and Mrs. Chet Uljenqulst hae "P4M, sold the Oxford Hotel to Mrs. George Kogcr and left the first of the Meek i for llolse, Ida. Blnco the "closing up" The Advo- Tin-' M,c understands that there Bre a. . number of club bclnif projected for ' "the biggest little city." V. Mr A- a' autho" nnJ daughter, Mis Krnnkle, returned Friday of last , week from Salt Lake City, whero both - went for medical attention. Mr and Mr. J. H. tl...

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. — 5 February 1915

tf PAM SIX alH Ifcin1 ouifroflm H ThU (tour 1 1 made from tht H ,, Cholcea Turkey Ited Hard Wruat. H "" aTrerr aaek guaranteed to give eat- H lefactlon, and has a chemical test H of 41 per cent gluten. H ' For Bale tr j Price Commission Go. H K Phone lit i (HIAWATHA I I COAL! H B i I nfl TIIK 1IIT, IT DOIM NOT H I HIJACK. IT DOES NOT M 1 OlilXKKK Hi O.S.Harris ttfl BverythtBg In :' ; Concrete i Work. B j ritlCH, UTAH H 1 , KeUmatee ea BulMInf. Walk ' i H j , all Kind or CentracU , i 1 ';; ', Cheerfully Furnished. Modern ,' H ' ' i Maehlaery and Method. H j . . H Jvrptt Henry, Manager. B j Norn Micr, See. A Trta. ,' HENRY & MYER H , Transfer Co. Bl I'UKK I)I8TIM.KI) WATKIt l ' AND ICI! BB1 rrrlgtil (liven Our Hpoclal H Attention. B tln" Vcllow Draja or laaaaH 1'liono BBy, IW Dclhcr Armmir'a Very Ileal Mints. H' 1 W.H.M9BRAYEFVS HHwy H Is aged 8 piH! H full years in off I B double-charred ffl3; H oak casks. hHh', B ' Therefore it fljtBL Possesses fgfflBn1 onble good- tigjtfc H 1 B...

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. — 5 February 1915

f AGE SlfVBH jjM Fllie I Garden Store Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Green and Fancy Gro ceries, Etc. Pipes, Cigars, Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles, Fr.csh Confectionery a Speci alty. Phone 104. The GARDEN STORE . .. J ( Ranchmen Take Notice When la Price trj Um KOZY Lunch Room You can get meals from 25c up. Everything Clean and Wholesome. We Serve Nothing But THE BEST. 1 Trial Will Convince You TalcumToiletTrcat A good Talcum Towder (or th aummor lolUL It I a neceaalty and a luxury keepa the akin aoft and dalntr. preventa aunburn and frecklee, aaaurta com fortable appearance, and atnorlia peraplratlon. We carry all the beat known Tatcume, and we hae any odor you want. at The MISSION. Pharmacy or the REXALX. 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 ; White House i Bar j ' IlKTAID AND WHOLKSAL1C ji Pie Heat In Wliiea, Mqunra ami i ' Clgnra. i i ' Sola...

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. — 5 February 1915

IHSh' I TAGB EIGHT , THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. m$ffl I ;! i! real estate !! 1 I: BARGAINS I f - -. . ' . --- B ' a H( ! ' 40 ncrcs of first class lnnd, full water right, only three HH- - miles from town, 15 ncrcs under cultlvntlon, nicely lo- Hf ' "' ! -I cntcd. $1,000 down, balance on time to suit purchns- fcv cr. A SNAP, Hl ''. 40 ncrcs raw lnnd, with 20 acres water right; close in and E "-' right on river. $1000; half down and bnlnnco on timo. B i . 40 acres, mile and one-half from town. Real truck gar- H den. Will sell "in any sized tracts. Small payment Hn; ' " down, balance on timo to suit purchaser. H; ' - ' 115 acres, closo to good town, 30 acres in cultivation, wa- Bp ;; tcr right for same, price $1500; $1000 down, bnlance K ' "'" on time. This is Ifko getting money from home. HL. 20 ncrcs, two miles from town, nil in nlfnlfa, first-lass BpV ' water right, on Stnto highwny. Choice lnnd, fino lo- Epl cation. HB ' ' ' 40 ncrcs close in to la...

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. — 12 February 1915

' fiflHi 'iBBr 4AAERI0D OF SIX HOUnVOTE 0?iSISFoS?2IiI2"29N BILL WAS PAS3ED BY THE UTAH SENATE LAST NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK AFTER A WRANGI P vxrmtmm' " I V ?LE OF THE STATE WAS LOST BY S to1SENA TOR WMOTW lVSnSfSmAS tSFSES SUBMIT ?HESLVoN TO VOOtS fWK. Wt WIGHT WILL JHOVE FOR RECOKMPERATH) OF VOTE. CHARGESMADE OF CONSPIRACY TO RAILROAD TIIE BItX. 4 iHE Sl Content lltah Jtbtwcitte fpmm: I ,. . . r r If Ihoy only know Iho particulars , BBB - WbNTY-FHtST YEAR. rKiCK, CARBON COUNTY. UTAH, FRIDAY, VEaTuTim. NUMBER G h I'lflB Hi HAS ill STAdE r MKASt'HK I'AVOIlABIiY Itl KTi: OUT OF COMMITTKIi nrtrnt of Hill Claim nn V.nny Ma ny In Hrnalr Voto In 1fouc In irrtnln Price Prodis I'd 1 1 Ion irr-rnlnll't" nml Honnlor. Wnotton liltl providing for nilr prohibition win favorably ted today by tlio senate commit i sgrl ulturo nnd Irrigation with mmrimrnt There will bo no II report six out of the seven nt n the committee voting for rrrl Pinntor J W. Thomlcy, n r,U nu mbcr of the committee, t a" r tho spe...

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. — 12 February 1915

KNf TAG TtfQ . - KjB i 'Danger of Cold. MgV Pe you know that of all th minor Ej tUmenta colds are by far the moat sR''- lasigeroua? It la not the cotda them HhPJ errea that you need to fear, but the RjH terloua dlaeaaea that they so often lead Ejfl ' For thltt reason ''very cold ahould Hgfl aToltcn rid of with the leant poa K$ MMe delay. To accompllah thla, you BHRu wKI find Cliambcrlaln'a Cough hem HCcg -dr of great help to you It loosens a HbJ od, relieve tho Inngs, nlda cxpector HHf' - lUen and enables tha ayatim to throw LK ' ff the cold. For aalc by all dealer. V-' ) Bv? i" this district court of the ttWkv ! Jailed States for tha District of Utah, v, - ' lha Matter of William J. Gordon, fV i)(krupt. No. 176S In Uankruptcy, KX ' ,'aUUon for Discharge, iKf To the Hnnornble Joha A. Marahall, Hgg fudge of tho District Court of tho Hral Tailed State for tho District of Utah: H .Vllllam J. Gordon, of Helper, In tha HB ounty of Carbon and atnte of Utah, Kf a ald district, respectfully...

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. — 12 February 1915

PAGE TUB Ijt :: Quality In GROCERIES o it i ) t i 0 The supreme point about our $ 1 goods is their reliable quality. X ' 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 have found that these are the kind X of Groceries rhost people want. X $ Don't get the idea that high quali- $ X ty makes our prices high, for it X doesn't. We carry a complete X line of General Merchandise and X our service is unexcelled. ? f V ( Y v y f I Wasatch Store Co. Y Stores at Sunnyslde, Cnstlc Gntc, Winter Quarters and V y Clear Creek. ! V We Strive jj To Please '! Wo carry a most complcto stock of General ! Merchandise, including Staple nnd Fancy Grocer- ; ica, Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. j S Wo can furnish anything for the ranchman or , J sheepman. IOur prices aro the Iowc3t nnd our goods aro of tho best It is a plcauuro to quoto prices and show goods. J. M. MILLER COL-TON, UTAH I; Utah Fuel Company jj I ' M...

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. — 12 February 1915

saasesasasaitf MHtaaaV f gAGE FOUK THE EA8TERN UTAH ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915. , . ' MMMV Fred L. Watrous, Publisher. H JMMwrlpUon Rat; Ono Tear, fl.COl Blx Months, 7tc; Tnree Months, SOc H AlVKRTI8INa KATES Iff EFFKOT JANUAKY I, IBM. H DISPLAY ADVERTISING Per Inch per Single luue, 26c; per Inch H par Month, 20c Each Issue, Hi POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Reading, add & per H j tssat to above. Alongside Heading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. yBB READERS Per Line, One Time, 10c; per Line, Subsequent, to. MHH PROFESSIONAL CA It 1)8 Not Over One Inch, f 1.00 per Month. H LROAIit Ten Cenlf ptr Line First Insertion. Five Cents per Line Bach Hi MAsequent Issue. B I ORITUARIE8 Cards of Thanks. Ilesolutlons, Etc, at Half Local Head- H SMI Notice Rates. Address all Communications to H I KASTKRS UTAH ADVOCATE, PltlCR, UTAH. H ; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1015. sHIH I . H , tkyvart hack rito.M tiii: MME i AtlHICUIrUHAL ROUNDUP H As many pcoplo linvo nsKcd me MMH quest...

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. — 12 February 1915

1 - THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1815. ! I PRICEJMCIKITY "H Dave Donald of Btorrs was a visitor In the county neat Saturday. 'v C a McWhlnney ha leased hi residence to Wallaco Iowry. Oliver Harmon of Wellington naa Irr the city Monday on business. J. It. Manson returned Monday night fronVa trip to 8alt take City. Dr. nnd Mm. A. W. Dowd ot Bun nysldo were visitors In Trice Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. U Heatey of Illack Hawk were guest at the Savoy Tues day. The Vlnlla brothers will open their grocery atom In the new building; aome time next week. William Olllen of Runnyalde was a bualness visitor In Castle Onto And rrlco this week. Dr. Chamberlain moved his office Tuesday from over tho Golden Itulc to the VIkIIa building. Harry Oeaaa left this week for Chi cago to participate In ilii flnni settle, mont of his father's estate. Mr. and Mrs. N. 13. Scamount were passengers on Wednesday's train to I'rovo, where they will reside. W. D. Btlllmnn. the ricofli-M pott master, ...

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. — 12 February 1915

HB::: I WMM9U. 55 H I ZUDORA B i A Great Mystic Story by m I Harold McGrath. HH , SYNOPSIS. H .Xudoca It )n o orptiin at an early Hj I tea. Ut father It killed lA sold mine H I Endora and the fortune from the mine, 1 J which ktowi to be worth lM.000.000i ars B i left In th guardianship of Frank Keen. B j Zudora'a mother's brother Zudora. slv- i tng prurolM of (rent beauty, reachee the I axe of eJfhleen The uncle, who he eet tUmMlf up aa a Hindu mystic and le H j known aa llansam All, decides that Zu dora mutt die before aha can have a MM chance to come Into pottculon of her H money, so that It may be left to hint, the H) neit of vln ltastam All aeea an obttacte to hit acheme In the peraon of John H Blorm, a young lawyer, for whom Zu- H dor baa taken a fancy, and he com- H I Bianda the girl to put the men out of hei Hj j Bind Zudora Intltta that It she cannot 1 i marry Blorm the will marry no one. "Well, well,- aaya ilaatam All. lf you H take tuch a aland I'll compromise. Boles H my ...

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. — 12 February 1915

B. . ' '. , , , AAA . . . . . FACE SXYM9 . iu ' Vfl jThe Garden Store ealcrs in Foreign and Domestic fruits, Nuts, Green and Fancy Gro ceries, Etc. ipes, Cigars, Tobaccos, nokcrV Articles, Fresh onfectioncry a Sped ty. Phone 104. 1 i he GARDEN STORE lanchmen !ake Notice Wlea la Prfeo trf U OZY .unchRoom )U can get meals from 25c up. crything Clean and Wholesome. e Serve Nothing But THE BEST. 11 Will Convince Yon jlcumToiletTreat L good Talcum Powdsr or tht mnmir toilet It i a nscsaslty and a luxury ps ths akin soft and slaty, pravsnta sunbura ad trscklss, uturM com rubl sppsaraaes, and bsorbs ptrsplratloa. W carrr all ths bsst sown Talcums, aad we ava any odor you wast at MISSION Pkaraacy the REXALL Stow. IC & HQRSLEY metrical Supplies Tq handle a complete line of Globes and kinds of Electrical 'plies. m & HORSLEY ephone 73y and 217 Jliite House I Bar KMt) AND WHO&ESAI.E ' r,c" In Wines, Liquors and j ' H Cigars. ! H Bole Agents For I IK' 60LDEN BEER j; W3 WOft, Freptiet...

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. — 12 February 1915

K"' ACW WGKT THE lA3ftN UTAH ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915. I ' I I MOST REMARKABLE OFFER I; EVER MADE IN PRICE ; I 1 PORTRAIT - WORK! f I 1 HANDSOME 8x10 PORTRAIT A HA! I In 12x16 Folder . llillV I ! Usual Price for This Class of Work, $25.00 Per Dozen ; J B it 'V 4 f 1 : i r 4 Hi - t We Waate Sample of Our Work t i: H in Your Home V! X '""" - High Grade, 8x10 Portrait, in 12x16 folder, now only $1.00 J HH X Strictly' for advertising purposes and for a limited time only, one of these Por- ' ' H X ' ra's a acvers'n racs fr one Person. Duplicates of the above at $1.00 n H X ' n cac These Portraits are worth $25.00 per dozen. We have decided to : H T . make this extremely low price to introduce our Portraits quickly to every family m i T I J I J I J 4 J j x ' 1 X We Will begin Taking Pictures on This Offer on -'' ;; 1 1 FEBRUARY 15 Sample on Display at Studio i B X 1 1 X I j FRANKS' STUDIO ! Phone No. lOly Price, Utah II n x

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