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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 21 May 1915

L-r- THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE price, UTAH !.' fl K B Wholesale. Retail. Hay, Grain,. Flour, 8alt, Coal Kunnr tiling, prices talk; Small prices, loud talk. H Hotter walk over and talk It oer or write or phono I McKUNE FORWARDING CO. Phone 88 Blue Drays H "We do It now." .KcrdVicinity fl nill Broker 1 visiting friends n notttr has moved his family Lw'nuckhawk. ,rard Nen of Sconold was a TtUltor Monday. f r. Wheat left Tuesday for a bi 11 at Monb- w Jones and family hojrc moved Lkc rrom Stnndardvllle. ., r B Woods has been trans .UlncM In Bait Lake. . n W Crockett returned from U 'ne ton part of lna week- ' ,, Amlll, the I'rlco ''T;' nti from Knlrrlow Sunday nlsht. n llsrmon StolU entertained tho 6 Aid society Thursday afternoon. iiiti Lllas Moffit and Ocno Vox of irctltle cro I'rlco visitors Sun iihell 4 Hroker Auto company two Kord cars In Sunnysldo this ts llsllltiRcr and "Kaiser" Thell tftr cro I'rlco visitors Monday orte C Whllmore of 'ophl visited tires In this city stneral days...

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 May 1915

BR THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE, UTAH --. K i Sure io ri-SeHP ihe$nn H JS You can't always make everything "Just so." Sometimes you will j -; Pet In more shortening than usual; or make the batter a little thin; or 5 H it may not be convenient to put a cake In the oven the moment It Is M J$ mixed; or your oven may not bake evenly and It Is necessary to turn 5 HKf ? the pan around none of these little unccrUUUes nuke the slightest H difference In results If you use ; H . I Baking Powder HH yt This modem, double ratse baking powder has unusual strength and N H ' ' ttofutcly certain to ralio your biscuits, cakes and pastry light and o HB 'A feathery. It generates an abundance of leavening gas both In the mix- 0 w n ln1 txmt and ,n ho ovcn Tno "Ulng Is sustained until the dough Is 0 H ' cooked through. O Hh v Housewives who use KC never have "bad luck" with their baking. N H ; Try K C at our rlik. Your grocer will refund your money If you era S l ft not pleased In every way. ,- .N MM...

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 May 1915

I ) r " ' THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE. UTAH H lMpjJQjer Wedding "Cbe selected with just as factory results as though you I wot in our s,ore". ... . BOYQ..PAPX MAKERS OF JEWELRY W I0UNWO lW SALT LAKB C1TT The New Hotel Rex Yi. !-.' Ill" VmmUr Mol.l JCiuniLt -K-lel In the hett of tris Jft' .ltf tl " TtiMlre, llulldlnf -".fr. tl r AND WOMBM lolesrn bsrbsr ffUTLD .,,j Kfllit opportunlll.i opn "" - ,"!,ru TnoU lurnlbcl nd com TZmII b'w Irttulnf Onlr eight wetis iaPCi7lorrrU lor osrtlculsr. sod est- '"ONE ON THE FARMER. Y.uth Hd lh Making of a Future Financier. -Trnil, monopolies havo had their tit Tier 1M moro hnrm than good. 1IMM, thcr must go. Hut, nil tho ' B(k y, muit admire tho long-head-tfttti of the men who created tbeso nit enUrprlsM " n ipeakcr was Senator Ia I-ol-uut He went on: "Tho trust crca w rtmlndi mo of tho Uttlo boy who r.urrf lie farmer's truck patch and lid, touching n bandsoro cucumber (j Tine 'How much for this?" "Ttn cents,' tho farmer answered. i don't want t...

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 May 1915

HHBsr H H ' i .---. ----- E EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE, UTAH --.. K While the Knockers r m t Arc Knocking, Wc Arc Doing I The Business u Farms of all Sizes- t On Terms to Suit Purchasers. H , i H ' I Residence Lots Close in and only 3 blocks from Public I School. $10.00 down and , $5.00 per month. ' Kjj All kinds of insurance Ht K , "We Do Things Others Tr?" m 'J McDonald Real Estate W & Investment Company Ht ' "Wc tlaVe No ComJetltors" H I, J F I THREATENED BY SUBMARINES. r j) '.I H -Transylvania Passengers Have a H ' Scar Whin ON Coast of Ireland. H' Iondon, The Cinard) llnor Trnn- H i aylvnnla, vihlch reached 1Ii.jro H ' ' Tuesday rout Now York oncountorml H submarine off tho northwest coast H "11 of Irelnnd about S o'clock Sunda nf- H tcrnocm. according to statements by H,j I paisonuurs. HS I'aMciiKi'ra said n periscope nnd part of ti canning towor appeared H about 400 yards nway and remained H . In sight several mlnutoa. Tho ship steered a zlszajt courao until danger was ...

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 May 1915

HHBRH BBBBbJHBBHBBHBHHHHMBBHBIBBIHbWb Hi Castetn ital) &fc vomit I nrtNTV FIRST YEAR. PRICE, CARDQN COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY P8, 1915. NUMBER 21. H jffDE BRIDGE KUB COMPLETION r.mii important Improvement on the ' Midland Trail r t trldce across Prlco river at f.ILd It rapid' Hearing complo tf It pccte.l that tho .true. ,m rra,,y ,or BUt0 lratcl r nu Hrtrlon o( llio coraplotlon of ,.vtMM It is planned to hnvo n S lathering at Wood.ldo. when S mm a" orer Carbon and Em SVeentlcs will bo In atlondanco and J2iki flnUhlng touchos to tho struc "talullont havo been nddrcssod to cZtaet Bpry and other stato of ul and to Bupt A. J). Appcrson !2u't Bupt Ten Eye of tho D. & to to be present for tho occasion. u ITUDENT BODY ELECTION. OaTh.rtday, Mar 20, 1915. tho dec til ef ofdeere of tho atudent body Z, ike entulng year was held. Un id i wry few mlnutoa beforo tho mIm opened, very llttlo Interest was Lke nnlll a few of ,tho prominent okIi were acen proprogandlng nattMnf that looked very...

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 May 1915

WW1 ,t THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE, UTAH I ! SUBMARINE SINKS I ! ANOTHER WARSHIP LB M BRITISH NAVY HAS THREE NAVAL H DISAOTERS WITHIN TWENTY. E 4 FOUR HOURS. Ik t H Dittleihlp Torpedoed, Steamer Glnki H at Result of Accident and Battle H ahtp Goes Down While Oper H atlng In Oardanellea. H j H London Tho Drltish battleship Wm Majestic, another of tho ahlpa sup- i i porting the allied army on tho Galll B t . , poll peninsula, was torpedoed anl H H eunk by a German submarlno Thurs- B day morning Nearly alt the officers Hff ; and crow woro saved Hj , At about tho aamo tlmo tho steamer H d Princess Irene, a minelayer, built H i last year for tho Canadian Pacific Hrlt- B I jsh Columbia coast service and was HI II taken urer by the admiralty at the BH ) commencement of tho war, wns nccl HB dentally dostroyed by nn oxplosloi BV whtlo at anchor at Bheerncss, whora HH she was undergoing repairs. Alt her Hfl- crovs, numbering G0, except ono sea Jj , man, and In addition seventy eight dock...

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 May 1915

I ' "" ,-, " " THgASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICK. UTAH pH I 'UTAH FUEL COMPANY MJNER8 AND 8HIPPCR3 Carbon County Coals Also Manufacturers of Coke Carbon County Coats Are the Deit. In the market for Horses, Mutes for Mine, Hay nn.l Grain Minn rrops. Tics, Sprags and Various Other Local Products'. ' Home Industries Patronized General Offices BoTcnth Floor Judgo Hulldlng, 8alt Lake City Mines at Clear Crek, Winter Quartors, Castle Oato. I'tah Mine and 8unny (do. Carbon County, Utah. Eastern Vtah Telephone Co, Wishes to announce that effective February 26, 1915, the rate for 3-minute conversations will be Reduced from 25 to 15 cents For distances within a radius of three miles from any station. Eastern Vtah Telephone Co. Hiawatha COAL It's the best, it does not slack, it does not clinker White House Bar B3TAIL AND WHOLESALE TM Oeit In Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Solo Agents For Coors' Golden Beer PEACOCK BROTHERS, Proprietors THE I Utah Saloon J. W. QENTRY, Manager. ""I Resort In Eastern Ut...

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 May 1915

B J ' THE EAiTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE. UTAH .,- . Hi Eastern Utah Advocate H1 PnED L. WATK0U8, Publisher. D' Subscription Rata: One Year, $1.60; Six Month, 76c; Thrco Months, 60e B ADVEMTISINQ RATES IN EFFECT JANUARY 1, 1914. IH DISPLAY ADVERTISING rer Inch per Single Issue, 25c; per Inch per H Month, 20c Each Issue. H POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Heading, add 26 per IH cent to abore. Alongside Heading Matter, add 10 per cent to abore, H HEADERS ror Lino, Ono Time, 10c; Per Line, Subsequent, Cc. H PIIOFESSIONAL CAnDS Not Orer One Inch, $1.00 per Month. Hi LKOALS Ten Cents per Lino First Insertion. Five Cents per Line Each HV Subsequent Issuo. S OBITUARIES Carda of Thanks, Resolutions, Etc., at Half Local Read. St Ins Notice nates. Address all Communications to EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE, UTAH. H , STRAIN SHOWS THE WEAK SPOT. HV ? An amazing picture of Dritish industry and liritish workmen i.t HS 1, now spread before tile world by persons wbo arc assumcil to apeak S...

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. — 28 May 1915

" I THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE. UTAH 11 " i - - - - aasssssssas t r j Wholes!. , neta Hay, Grain, Flour, Salt, Coal Funny thing, prices talk; Smalt prices, loud talk, t Hotter walk oyer and talk It oicr, I or wflto or phono j McKUNK rORWARDINQ CO. ' Phone 68 Dlue Orays j "We do It now." Price andVicinity DUn nalllngcr of Helper, was a Prirt rlillor Sunday. i W McKlnnon has purchased a til taodet Maxwell. ;ia Wade Is l?an ' " Outhell fnUt Anio company. ur ff H Leonard has moved his haW toe 'o Huntington. ur Newall Call, who has been In Mottio, It home on a tlalU Allorsty F B. Woods Is In Salt UU oa builncss this week. Km. i It Varncr is moving to her ntcs sf Sunnysldo this week. Itiror Carl Ounderson returned fMiJay nlsM from his sheep herd. Deal forget Trlco plays ball at ftlrUnd Sunday Hound trip for ono tm trand officers of tho Ilebockah ktu are here today, Friday, visiting )lui Onadplle Woods Is vlalllnR ,r taUier. Fred Woods, In Soil Ijiku kill tfc !Im Ctra Allison leaves ...

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 May 1915

bbW i ' THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE, UTAH I I LEARNED CHINESE I '' TONGUE AND WAYS H That Was Why Two Young San H Francisco Boys Hado a uV Dig Success. B INSPIRATION IN DOCK YARDS HB i Determined to Conquer the Markets HB of the Orient, Roaencrantx and HB Keegan Accomplished Their HB v Aim In a Dozen Years. Hi Oy OSnOflN MARSHALL. BE) ,, (Cep) right McCIura Nowspnpsr Byndl SsvH 1 ml) BH It was In tho naluro of a genuine 1 romance was Milliard Itoscncrnntx's friendship for Joseph Keegan. They found each other when thoy wcro rchoolboys In San Francisco, and In H i splto of dlffcrenco In rnco and tradl- BBf tlon they both know from tho atart BH that they were kindred spirits Elgh HB tccn years ngo thoy used to candor HB down to tho docks of tho port of tho BBg ( flolden Onto and as thoy watched tho BH i Incoming steamers rich with Uiolr HJj oriental cargoea or laden with ba H ' i nnnns from Tahiti, thoy would drink BH ' ' In tho spirit of adventure and achieve- BH ment that vaa wa...

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 May 1915

9H I THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATR PRICK titah ' IB 8EMARKABLE CASE ofMf-HAM pecjftree Lydia E Pinkham' Vegeb'e Compound Saved Her Lif and Sanity. ekasrock, Mo.-" I feel It my doty .. tJ the public condition of my ZZ. 1 health befor mlng bk yourmediclno. I had PBSl failing. Inflamma tT Jl tlon and congestion, ,. female weakness, ) ' f pains in both tides, Li J- backaches and boar fty, Ingdown pains, was M&yh short of memory, BffiJM nervous, impatient, fnfhjTI I I pacd sleoploss l'i III Gil I n'(?nt, had 1 ff.lyf U nother strength nor jsjr. Here was always a fear and frttd la my mind, I had cold, nervous, rttk ntot bot flh over wy body, lUl place In my right aldo that was w rr that I could hardly bear tho i-rigitof ny clothes. I tried Jnedlcinc ib doctor, but they did me little good, a I never expected to get out again. J rot Lydl E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Ccepoeod and Dlood Purlflcr, and I cer lataly would bavo been in grave or in an ujten If your medicines had not saved M Bat now I ca...

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 May 1915

By' R (' J THE EASTgXtf UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE, UTAH . LggW ' I ; READ THIS! I ggggggET "The Northwestern Mutual H Fire Insurance. M ( The vtml Mutual means that If you take out n policy in HH this company with us you participate 1ti the earnings on build lug. Your dividend will be 40 per cent of premium ; on cou- H tents. 25 per cent. Guaranteed.'' ' ' H ' d COMPARISON H , Doard Company Rate. Our Mutual Rates. H j Rate ?2o0. $1,000 cash ?25 a,c $2S0- $1,000 Ins. ! per yonr; live years would gj, ;U Jgg H caSh 125.00. 3rd, year 15.00 t 4tli year ,-15.00 H 5th year 15.00 B Total $85.00 Lggfll Hb Wc save you $-10.00 in premium in counc of five year HI (l . instead of paying your premium in advance as the hoard H i Company's demand in our Mutual Company you pay premium H l yearly. I'or instance, first year of $25, paid when policy is H ; i issued. Next annual payment $15.00 one year from date, H ' third, fourth and fifth year the same. H' i H' j Instead of being out of the insurance busin...

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