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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 19 February 1914

j Eastern Utah Advocate I I Utah's Best Weekly, Published In the BlRg:est Little City on Earth" " lM A TWWNT1KTH YKAR. PRICK, UTAH, THURSDAY, ITCH. 10, 1014. NUMIIKR. Ti ll AM! AIM - - HMINKNT AUTHORITY WARMLY IIKGKIVKD IN UTAH. J Deliver His Characteristic Common Sense Talk Hcforo Lnrjfe Audi- w In Ogdcn nnd Halt Lnkt 1 IXjicumm Kugcnle ti ' Junction Oily. Tljo loctwres of Dr. Woods HuUlf inson, who was hero on tho Glh as a lyooum number, aro attracting wldo Attention In tho principal olUca of tho West. ThU eminent speaker li considered by tho press of tho ' country aa olio of tho groatcit of common sense authorities on hy giene In tho UnlUxl 8tato. Tho doctor on hla western trip la ll cusalug a wldo variety of subjects, but probably nono aro inoro Inlcr eaUng than tho ono ho donlt wlUi In Prlco and which wa fully re ported exclusively In Tho Advocate Dr. Hutchinson la ono of tho mioat promlnojit cotitrlbutora In tho medi cal profoMlon to tho loading Jour nal of tho United Btato au...

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. — 19 February 1914

H1' PAOK TWO THK HABTKRN UTAH ADVQCATK, THURSDAY, FED. JO, 1014. V Imported Italian Olive BT Oil Better than Mcdi B cine for the Children. D H The Famous B Royal Bread H r ' The best f , kind of flour m ' for pastry. H Don't Forget Phone 104 P ' Prompt Delivery. I ' Tin GARDEN STORE I The B ! City Tailors ! M , M. W. Miller, B Manager H Cleaning and Pressing. H Hats Cleaned and Block V cd. Suits made to order B and fit guaranteed. H H Call phoM 17 when you want H anything la draylnjc. Advt. TWO 1IOMK WOMEN TAMCRI) AllOUT HAIIl Two women mot In our store tho otber day, when ono of thorn Bald: "My, how pretty your hair looks! What hnvo you boon doing to M" "Why, I hayo boon using Har mony Hair Beautlfler for the past two weeks," wna tbe reply. "Why, Indeed I" replied the first woman, "tht l just what 1 am us ing, lan't It great, and don't you think my hair ahowa a lot of Im provement!" llamoay Hair Beautlfler la be coastag all the rase among both men and women who are particular In th...

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. — 19 February 1914

THK KA8TKKN UTAH ADVOCATE, THUHSDAY, FKlt. 10, 1014, PAGK THIIKK. H MIX I IIIIIIIIHMMHMHIIIIIIDI H M4 I 1 1 1 It I Good Things to Eat I At our store. The stock of ! ', Groceries was never more ', '. :. complete. Everything fresh, :: : clean and sanitary. : : ;! Good Clothes to Wear i . . i We have the best in wearing : ! apparel. Good, serviceable ; ; : Clothing for the winter seas- ; ; :; on. Anything from under- ;; i 1 ; wear to'a necktie. ; Tlie Best Shoes Obtainable Unusual care is used in the : : ;; selection of our boots and ' '. ', shoes. We handle none but ; ; ; the most dependable. :: I Carbon-Emery Stores Co. J. M. HBATTIK, I Owtrtl Superintendent. Blore at Hiawatha, HUck Hawk, MobrUnd and Eaat Hiawatha. MHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHItMHIHHHWm)H: ji We Strive ij : ji To Please ji I ' We carry a most cotnpUto atock of General Merchaa- ', 1 dU. Including Btaplo and Fancy Oroccrtot, Bhoes, Dry ji , Goods and Notion. ,' 1 ' We can furnish anything (or tho ranchman or, snoop- , I aaa...

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. — 19 February 1914

1 mml ' SB VOVR - - 'nlK EA8TEIIN UTAn ADVOCATE, THUR8DAY, FKB. IB. 1014. He Tiie Eastern Utah Advocate m H The Advocate fubllshlng Company (Inc.) H. Fred t. Watrous, Manager. B aafcscrlptlon ftatoa; One Year, fl.SO; Bl Mo., 7Sc;' Three Mo., 60c H ADVKHTIKIKO RATKN IX KI'FBOT JANUARV 1, IBIS. T DISPLAY ADVORTIBINO rf Inch Sr 8-lnjle Issue, 3Se; por Inch f r Month, 20c Each Issue H i POSITION Pull Position. Toil of Column, Next Reading, add 25 m fr ea&t to above Alongside Reading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. B RBADEItS Per Line, Ouo Time, 10o; per Line, Subsequent, 6c. B- PROFESSIONAL CAIIDB Not Over One Inch, $1 00 per Month. H I IMQAUH Ten Cents per Line Flret Imertlon. Flvo ConU per Line B Hasfe Babsaqueat iMue, B i BITUARIEB Carts of Thanks. Resolutions, Etc, at Half Local r Reading Notice Itatca. Address all Communication to B TVHnAV, I'KU, J, IBM. B .' Let dt bo remomborod that a K eeoamlttee of buslrvons men went bc- H f fere the board of county comrals- V atonera and...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 19 February 1914

sH r - x THE KA8TKRK UTAH AHVOOATK, THimSDAY, ITCH. 10, 1D14. PAOH FIVK H 'PManHHHaHMHMMMRP ! I j "We're Independent J of the Fire Insurance Trust. ' . Nine of the Best Companies Doing Business ( Anywhere. Permit us to Figure With You 'On Your Expiring i Or Any ' New Business. i We'll Go Your Bonds. Town and City' v Property, J r' Improved and Unim- , I proved. I Business Opportunities.! R. W. Crockett & Co. j Between the Two Banks? Price, Utah. - PIlGEnVIGIIITT Cbaa. Avorlll was a passenger to Salt Iviko last night on No. 3. N. 8. gonmount, after a several weeks' visit In Zlon, returned homo Monday. VIm DcmIo Kennedy and Mm. J. A. Crockett returned Friday from a millinery buying trip to oHIt Lako. O. H. Smith, formerly connoctcd Kith the special sonrlco ot tho Utah Fuel company, baa gone to San An tonio, Tax. Harold llrooks entertains! a num ber ot bla young Morula tit u flvo hundred party Friday ot lost week Thoro woro tho tables. rriio Li, 8 & I), club glvo a moak baU In ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 19 February 1914

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbib'S5'5'-''R BjBBjBBjmVVtHtjE ' $& - "M tTtiT 1 'smwi. ' 'winteTwttfe v & i-jppiy.wiripyihYiippggBggs. 4-asgjBBjifryjppBBBBaw K '! JST bsbbS MlPSsE LaHX HtfasV rlflK 8LX TIIK EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1014. I Price a Hustling, Progressive Place B Despite Unfavorable Reports to Contra- P I ry Is Well, Organized and Teems B ' With -Activity. m I ,. . Hk , ' With tho Intense dctlro of a cot-tain clique to cast odium up- K i on l'rioo and iho willing co-oporallon of n local newspaper to nt- m leapt to crento the Improsslon that tho "blggcat little olty" ia an P unaafo placo for outsiders to come 16, It mar not bo out of tho B ' war to take an Inventory ot tho condition that prevail hero and BH , to Inform tho visitor, tho prospective resident or business man Juit BB ' what IT loo hold out to tbo nowcomer, Bf ' Trlco la tho center of tho greatest coal mining district In tho , atate. About three mJUlona of ton of1 coal arc mined from the ; BB I Carbon...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 19 February 1914

tB---fl 'MBB H K BACTKKX UTAH ADVOOATK. THUTWDAV, FKn. 10, IBM. PA0K 8BVKJf HHBBH HIAWATHA COAL! ITH TIIR MMT. IT DOW NOT RLACK. IT DOBS NOT OUNKHR. i White House !j Bar ' RETAIL AND WHOLESALE ; !; .ThcBcsllnWInri.Llq- ; !; uors and Cigars Sole AgeaU for j; COOKS' GOLDEN BEER jj ; PEACOCK BROS., Props. Kt j cinrmuiNOititvcJB A MY OtY.KOr yg Ci$t&l OUN G Thl flour U made from tho ' choicest Turkey Uol Hard Whsat Evory sack guaranteed to glvo satisfaction, and )iu a chomlcnl test of 43 per cont gluton. Tor SaJo by Price Commission Go. Phone I Ha. Transferring and Draying ! Phone cs. Freight Olven Our Spoctal At- j tentlon. Only flooded Drayman In Town. V.H.M9BRAYERS UHj Is aged 8 ijgfl-tt full years in )BH double-charred OB oak casks, fftlil Therefore it rfwwm possesses fftflHR1 double good- ggj& ness its "Syp aging is a -u3 double rea- tym&oicek son why you Wtzzttiz should ever L J insist on lfeJS Cedar Brook. ggg N Dealer's Name 'MMoHOm Here ma&Mtoam The Baer Bros,, ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 19 February 1914

"""we,- - 'r-" l f -aN-T tktvvu -T5n i,a-VM'tJ" 1 v' PAUK KWMTT THK KABTEfta UTAH ADVOCATK, HIUKflDAY, FEH. 19, tMi. m H SM NOTES BKr IsflNp Tho 'Wlitting Paper company of B Hfyf? Holyoke, Mane , have recently oont B Mv to the corumorclal department an H BBB? exhibit showing paper In tho Mirl- H VBm. ous ,tcIM ' manufacture Tho dl- Bf flLW P'ny ' a valuable acquisition to tho LbbK bHkf 'Commercial dparUnccnt tnuauom LbLbR a&f B SP1 Tho atudcivta commercial bank to B t.' soon to begin buttenns Studcnla Bi 1 '" luiro boon busy (ho past tow week K. effecting Uio organisation It la f 'capltallrcd at $26,000 Practice In H1 bank work corresponding to actual B , , banking will bo given In addition H 'to tbo bank several other office H I will bo opened It la tho plan to B ' 'open na soon aa pnvctlcnblo an ac- H I 'tual savings bank In which atudonta 1' .may deposit monoy. H H' Tho final dross rehearsal for m "What Happened to Jones" waa hold H Tucadny evening On Wednesday t tho club lof...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

V Eastern Utah Advocate I Utah's Best Weekly, Published In the "Biggest LJttle City on Earth" H TWKNTTKTH VKAR. I'lHOB. UTAH. THURSDAY. FKB. 20, 1914. NUMUER 8 H COMMISSIONERS CONTINUE IN PERNICIOUS MEDDLING ENLARGING SCOPE OF THEIR OPERATIONS I TO INCLUDE ALL SCHOOL BOARDS Manifest Intention of the Board Is to Bring Every Official of Carbon County, Except Themselves, Into Disrepute, if Such a Result Can .Be Accomplished By Systematic In sinuations of Official Neglect. r On Saturday last the board of county commissioner passed a resolution reciting tltc employment by them of the alleged expert and certified accountant J. V. Edmund to audit the accounts of Carbon county high school, and of the various school districts of Carbon county. The rcolut'on further directed that the compensation of Edmunds should hereafter be agreed' upon between Kdmuuds anil the board of county commissioners, but .should be paid by Carbon County Iligh School and the several districts so. directed to be audi...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

Htf PAGK TWO TMK KASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, FED 26, 1914. E Flour for Pastry rem 80c to $1.75 H per sack Hj Lemons and Or- H' ahges from Cali- H s fornia's new crop Hl 30c per dozen. V; Strictly Fresh -j Eggs 35c m i Don't Forget Phone 10 J m ' Prompt Delivery. I The GARDEN STORE H v H C The B City Tailors K M. W. Miller, B Manager Ht Cleaning and Pressing. H, Hats Cleaned and Block- Hr ed. Suits made to order H and fit guaranteed. ft ICall phone 17 whan you want anything la drayln. Advt. OAIiIiH IlUHTilCSOX ENKMV OF I'AItCKIi 1'OST 8Y8TEM George Klndel, who started with a amnll mottroM factory In Denver, ami wu a year ago oloctod con erosssun from Colorado becauao of tbo Atronuous flttht ho haa mado agalnat railroad rate for tho Wost, l In tho limelight In Waahlngotn becauao of hl attack on tho parcel poet ayntont Ho U now after Coat matter General llurkeon'a scalp. Charging grotsa Incompetency of tho parcel post ays lean, Qoorgo Kin dol haa announced that bo will oak oongroa...

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. — 26 February 1914

. THE BABTKRN UTAH ADVOOATK, THU1WDAY, PEn. 20. 1914 ,.. .. H ' . ' ' ' rAul THIURt. i BBBBBBH ' ttHHIIIIIImniMIIMItHHIIIIIIH4Mt 4 M n Good Things to Eat v ; At our store. The stock of ' Groceries was never more ' ; - complete. Everything fresh, ; clean and sanitary. I Good Clothes , .; We have the best in wearing apparel. Good, serviceable ; Clothing for the winter seas on. Anything from under- , wear to a necktie. i The Best Shoes Obtainable ; ; - Unusual care is used in the : ;: selection of our boots and shoes. We handle none but ; ; the most dependable. CarlxMhEmery Stores Co. j. m. bkatok, I 0 see rat Superintendent, Store at Hiawatha, Dltck Hawk, I Mohrland an.l Kat Hiawatha. 4HtnnKiiuimumnHMimimiiiiiiniiiiiii: 1; We Strive j I To Please ji ', W carry a. m6it oompleto itock of Oonoral Morchan- ' dtse, Including Btapto and Fancy Qrocorlos, Bhoss, Dry ,' Oooda and Notions. ,' I I We can furnish anything (or the ranchman or sheep- i man. ', Our prlcos are tbt, lowost and our goo...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

fl FAOE FOUR THK RAHTKIl.V UTAH ADVOCATE, TilUJISDAY, FED. 2C, 1914. sBf - - ' i , , , ,.,. .1. .. . ,, .. ..-,.,.. .j ,. H The Eastern Utah Advocate K. 1 - w The Advocate Publishing Company (Ine ) Hj Fred L. Watrouo, Manager 1 BaBsorlptlon lUtes: One Year, $1.60; Six Mo., 76c; Three Mo., EOc B A1VKUT1SIN1 K.VTK8 IS EFFECT JANOAllY.l, IBM. H DISPLAY ADVBRTI8INO 1'or Inch per Single Issue, 26c; per Inch B Hw Month, 20c Each Issue H POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Next Heading, add 26 H ' er cent to above. Alonnaldo Reading Matter, add 10 por cent to above. j READERS Per Line, One Timo, 10c; por Line, 8ubiequent, 6c. j PROFESSIONAL CARDS Wot Over One Inch, $1.00 por Month. H LKOALS Ten Cents por Line First Insertion. Five Cents per Line H'i Baeh Sabsequent Imuo. OBITUARIES Cards of Thank, Ilotolutlons, Etc, at Half Local B , Katdlnc Notice Kates. Address atl Comtnunlcatlona to E TIIE ADVOCATE I'UHMHHINU CO., Price, Utah. '' THURSDAY, FBI). 20, lfiH M ( COMMIHHIONEHH IlEHUKKD. '...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

- ' TK KAHTKBX UTAH ADVOCATE. THUIISDAY, FED. 26, 1614. tAGK FIVK H mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm We're Independent of the Fire Insurance Trust. Nine of the Best Companies Doing Business Anywhere. Permit us to Figure With You On Your Expiring Or Any New Business. We'll Go Your Bonds. Town and City Property, i Improved and Unim proved. Business Opportunities. R. W. Crockett & Co. Between the Two Banks Price, Utah. . PIICEMCIIITY Nosh Drug oompnny haa nddod a lino of magazines nml nawspnpera to Its stock. , Dr, IS. M. Nchor of Caatlo Onto mat la Prlc lint Thursday, called hero profoMlonntly to pco Mn. J. W. Loofbourow. Ilarmon Stoltz cxjmU to have hU now residence now building on North (Ninth street ready to inovo Into by tho first of Mnrch. Prlco now boasts of nn vxclualvo lull market located on North Ninth street In ono of tho new brick building recently erected. M. I. Ilraffct U considering tho matter of Uio erection of sixteen to twenty Additional guest rooms to tho Tavern this coming Wri...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

fl TAOK BIX TUB KASTKtlN UTAH ADVOOATK, THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1914. ' B Catt-lron Law. B "There ought to be a law against j avlatloq," laid the humane cltlten. "There la one," replied the cold blood- B ed man "The taw of gravitation la B continually Interfering with It." H Easy Antwer. H lmtnictor (at night school) "Qlra H -a sentence with the word motnphyal- E elan' In It" Shaggy-Haired Pupil HH "On hit war home, Mr Jones nicta- HfP physician." Chicago Trlbuno. HI i Vy Energetic Cltlztn. Hi "I ahouldn't mind, meself, If they H- cloicd the 'pubs' a couple o' hours Hf ' aooner. Wot 1 aot la, If a man ain't Hi full far 'alf-pmt ten, o ain't trying." H- .London 1'unch. H ' ' llnr IVr Bnlo. Bj ISO toha of first-class bar for j ante. Apply to T II. Thomaa at ' Scoflcld, Utah. 1-29. Jtwel ThleTa Cltver Ides. A noted Jewel thief was In the habit Of boldly entering hotels In the West end of London, carrying under his arm a small parcel containing a soft ehoMo. Quickly marching upstairs, he wou...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 26 February 1914

MflJBH . T11K KABTKtt.N OTAUMivtcato TIlPnaPAY. FEB 28. 19H PAGK BKVKi Ibb! JHIAWATHA COAL! ira T1IK IH58T. IT DOBS NOT HI.ACK. IT DOHH NOT CLLVKKH. i White House j Bar !; RETAIL AND WHOLESALE ' !; The Best in Wines, Llq. j uors and Cigars ! Solo Agonta for ' j; COORS' GOLDEN BEER j; j; PEACOCK BROS., Props. J! KiJiiprninmoituvce. IT MAY" CITV.HMr" h, M .u -iJalk Tit la (lour li made from tho choicest Turku Hod Hard Whoat Every sack guaranteed to clvo satisfaction, and lifts a choralcnl lest of 43 por cent gluten Pit Halo by Price Commission Go. Plmnr 18.1. Transferring and Drayint ,' Phono 65 , ' 1 1 Freight Olvon Our Special At- (, tontlon. ', 1 1 Only Bonded Drayman In Town. W.H.M9BRAYERS HMHttitfJAl full years in lo"i, double-charred f B V oak casks, pjnl' Therefore it MlBkJ possesses IiflyR' double good- sjfcgfe ness its ""'SB&i-' aging is a t!E2 1 double rea- faM sonwhyyou SisS&Sz should ever VtaMIiCJiJ insist on fT Cedar Brook. Btfl Dealer's Namo (hitnm t The Baer Bro...

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. — 26 February 1914

EkS PMiK KKIHT TUB EA8TKRH UTAH ADVOCATR, TH0I18DAY, FED. 2C, 1914. j Hi SM IK HH When tho Dramatic club wont to B "Kruery county lost spring each of H tiio members Uiought that nowhere HH hnd he keen treated so well. This H rear when tho director announced E$ thnt the club would piny Carbon Hr y county thore was eomo anxloty as V 1 to whether tho amateurs would he H, I well received. Now, on every side. M' however, nil are saying how gencr- B 'oiisly kind tho peoplo ot Hiawatha, 1 Dlnck Hawk and Mphrland nro At Bj each ot these places there were B rncn at tho train to meet tho club ' n'nd from thnn on not ono thing for f which tho oast asked iru refused H Too much prolso cannot bo glVon to V Mr. H K Lewis, general suporln- B tendent ot the mines lie arranged ft ?or the halla In both HlawnUin and B Mohrlnnd ntnl ordered men nnd car- K pontors to see that tho club wa BBfl "housed" and the stages wore pro- B pared for tho two performances. V Mr. Johnaon, Superintendent Oar- H -vcy, Mr...

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 March 1914

ValHMflaflHHHHHHHJf - " flfll bbbbb ' fli : Eastern Utah Advocate i I Utah's Best Weekly, Published In the "Bluest Little City on Earth" "' . ' ' I TWT.NT1KTH YMAIt ritlCK. UTAH. THURSA, MARCH n, 1014. NUMWKK .' S . fl Commissioners Are Routed in Removal Charges Against Officials 1 Board Also Sued For Wrongfully Allowing Numerous Claims I IN REMOVAL (ASES IHIili 1IAUIA' WOlWTKG IN TIIR 1'IItST TIIT. District Court Decide Tlint Ho Mut I'lcnil Specific AcU of Cor rnpUon l'lnlntlff In Practically Out of Court Mtllo Clinnco to Oct In Again. By a decision of Judgo Christen ion Saturday afternoon of last week tlio muchly advertised proceedings of Ocorgo N Hill, acting In tho en pclty of cat' paw for tho throo J county commissioners, for Uio re- " moral of C C McWhlnny, county nttornoy, and T P Keller, county ! ' shorlff, received a crushing Mow ( Tho matter camo up on domurror t Interposed hy tho defendant, whoro- 1 In tho court held that tho complaint ( did not allcgo not of corruption; ...

Publication Title: Eastern Utah Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 5 March 1914

H, ' TAOK TWO THE EA8TEKN UTAH ADVOCATE, THURSDAY, MARCH H, 1014. bbbH r Hi Flour (or Pastry from ; 80c to $L75 H per sack f Lemons and Or- Bj anges from Cali Bt fornia's new crop HP 30c per dozen. Strictly Fresh EggsJS5c B 'j- Don't Forget Phone 104 H Prompt Delivery. I : The GARDEN STORE , ' I The I City Tailors B ' s M. W. Miller, B Manager B Cleaning and Pressing. K I Iats Cleaned and Block fl i! ed. Suits made to ordbr H and fit guaranteed. H ;MiiiiHitiiiimiii4ti H :: successor TO:: I ;: FRANKS' !! j! STUDIO B. II. 0. OrifUn, ono of tho '' H : foremost photographers of : H ;; Colorado, has purchased Uio ;; B frank Studio and Invito tho HHJ : peopl of Price to cxamlno ', ', H ;; Ws work and prior. Mr. ;; H ClrUfin comci to Prk with H '. tho moat expensive Jon cvor ! : V ; aeon In the city. Work guar- ; B attteed. J'rlcos reasonable, Ht 7t HiiiMiiiiimiii nwt Hb( Genuine Bi Piano Bargain Davenport & Tracy ' brand new piapo, B. cost $475. For sale H cheap. H Con. Wagon & H ...

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 March 1914

, THE KABTKKX UTAn ADVOCATE, TUUllSnAY, MAIICH S, 101 1. rAaB TURK. bH " ' - ijbbbbbbbbI fllllllll ,4-n 1 1 1 I III 1 1 1 1 1 in I h Ml n t II I t M . I Good Things to Eat t i : : At our store. The stock of 'I : ' ' . " '.', Groceries was never more '.'. :! ' complete. Everything fresh, :: :: ' ' clean and sanitary. ;; II Good Clothes to Wear We have the best in wearing : :: appafcl. Good, serviceable ; : : Clothing for the winter seas- ; on. Anything from under :: , wear to. a necktie. The Best Shoes Obtainable Unusual care is used in the : selection of our boots and : : shoes. Wc handle none but the most dependable. ; II Carbon-Emery Stores Co. J. I. UKATTIi:, i Osnsral Bupsrlntendont. Store at Hiawatha, Mack Hawk, Mohrland and East Hiawatha. '. TnioiiiiiiiiinfnnwmnnmiuitMiitnin:: j! We Strive Ij To Please ', Wo carry a moat complete alock of (Jenoral Merchan- J j dtse, Including Staplo and Fancy Crocorlos, Shots, Dry ( M , doods and Notions. ' a i' We oan turnlth anything for tho...

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. — 5 March 1914

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