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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Utah advocate. — 30 July 1914

B Hpoastlpatlon CatMce Slckncx. IKon't pormlt yourself to become . HrtlpAtcd, na your system lrnmo- vely begins to absorb poloon from J H backed up woeto matter Use ( JH King's New Life rills and keep Ht Thero fai no bettor safeguard Hlnst Illness. Just take one doso Hlght Twenty-five cents at your ftecJst. Advt. H Cottage For Kent, rour room cottage for rent. Bath, Hetrlc lights, city tower connec Hm. Apply to Mrs Isabella Mur Bf Advt. B VIOLIN INSTRUCTION. Mfs. L A. Jones, teacher of vlo H. Studied four years with Prof. Btolph SchellschmWt, De Pauw Uni HBralty, araenosstle, lnd.; one year H New Knglaad Conservatory, Bos Bn, Mass ; Instructor of violin twp HBra in De Fauw University. B Residence: Cor. Main aid Fourth SHEreeU, near Acadeny Bids Advt. HH Overland Car Fer Sale, B Overload Auto No. 2020U, now Hinnlng between Prlee and Sunny RlV Harry Tamer, driver. Apply B George Turner, House 63, Sunny-Bkle K Phone us for prices on Uoe cur Walns, blankets, quilts, etc City H&anndr...

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. — 30 July 1914

LB 'i H 1 TAWMX 1 $50,000 Capital, $60,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits Should Impress the Depositors ' Ths pleasr bank of Carbon county through well darted rit has kept naaee with the growth and progress of Pries and CarNw ; eeaaty. Every facility for hat riling our business J '1 THE FIRST "NATIONAL BANK j T PRKE, UTAI : Betf Hides, Pells, Furs, Wool and Beeswax H ! KENTUCKY LIQUOR IIOU8K HI:' Phone 153 PRICE, UTAH i n VU Miiiiimittiiini luiitmiiMiitti-! Ki ! The Duchesne Stage And R ; Transportation Co. IB! i' B : i Autos leave Colton and Ver- B J f nal daily and reach all im- Iportant points on the Uinta reservation. Excellent accommodations along the entire route. i V llIIIIUIiiliitiiilUlitiiiti i ti H"1' i S ;. GOLDEN RULE HOTEL HI: B( Everything New, Clean and Up-to-date m ' Bath Rooms for Guests IB j MRS. J. BEDDOES, Proprietor H j PRICE, UTAH H i v H ; Topic Bar U MONOGRAM NO. H jig 6 A SPECIALTY . B jl ! Only HI jht Grade of Domestic and Imported Goods B i'f Handled Over O...

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. — 30 July 1914

EV MOC BA8T8KM UTAH ADVOCATK. THURSDAY, JULY !K, 0U. mm BsWBW ' aw at ha (P vJ L- ssbbMbb uutH fVflH 47HEBIftfc &jZM ' ,&HHBV8 TBJt BHT, IT DOM, NOT SLACK. IT DOBS WH NOT ClilNXBR. ,BB white House I ::l Bar tl Retail and wholesale ; H The Best In Wines, LIq. wB uors and Clears H : ;. LB 8oU Agent for COORS GOLDEN BEER : B PEACOCK BROS., Props. ; tfB "I "H ? 5v BBBBBB OTCKVMIUIGtUVCsVj ' ff'HAY CITV,KwY?j BBBBbT HMHf?'1 Llflig Bi (iKftV This (lour U made from Ik vjH choleeat Turkey Red Hard Wheat H Every sack guaranteed to gtve H satktfactlon, and hu a chemical H tost of 43 per cent gluten. H For Sale by H Price Commission Go. H Phone 18. BnjosEpifn E Transferring and Draying KhbY'!' PIiodo H. i' Freight Olveu Our Social At- J BbVj Only Bonded Drayman In Town. ', B W.H.M?BRAYERS WflgjWm mm 1$ aged 8 Mff ' B full years in JHCj B doable-charred f ', B oak casks. I Hi,! B Therefore it JHkJ Bi possesses jfflBHI1 B double gtid- L .flfi v ness its !" B aging is a Ife B double rea- ...

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. — 30 July 1914

BBfl tHflE B I PA0E KIOHT THK KA8TKrLt UTAH ADVOOATK, THUltgDAV, JUIjY 00, 191 i. BBBBf B TItE WISDOM IN 8AVINO. H A man who utm n dollar is a beneteotor; ono who teaches an- Bf otbor to save a dollar to a public benefactor and should bo knighted Bk by tbo rtato A dollar put In tho bank at compound Interest lakes It . root lnstantlr. It is not parohod or burned by droutlis; not klllod by BflK , frost or sleet It oannot bo Injured by boat or by cold, by famlno or BBk pestilence, by tiro or flood. It will not be lost through a holo In the Hflr pocket, nor borrowed by some poatllontlal friend or boon companion. It Hk Is beyond the reach of carthquako or lightning, accident, sneak thlof, Hf .thug or murderer. II works for you by day and by night, Sundays, lo- BL 'gal holidays and week days aro Ml tho same to It. It will not rust nor BBj , '' rot, nor be eaten by worms. It will sprout and mature n cr6p of Inter Bfl ;l' ' est for you every year throughout all eternity and then be as fresh...

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. — 6 August 1914

H. fl9Jfll axi- iflflflflj H. p iflflflfll flf "i ' siBflflfl J (V tUflflfl I Eastern Utah Advocate ::.""- 1 Utah's Best Weekly, Published -In the "Biggest Little City on Earth" ( iflfljfl hTKNTDCTH YKAK. PRICK, UTAH, THURSDAY, AWI. fl, tBU. M'MHKK 8t Hflflfl Ha . v IHHHH witL am m BvE AITMOATIONS AUK HAT. B WKAOTORY. Hh TmW"Mtfsr IToposkioH Open Bse fce--t"t Hldd-r ' Hays No frim Hs4 XWMHtf AHMhm to Po--Haiir Bmlsh For Iet PAcksip-. Hrtank T. Ffawiey, postofftc BKcUa, km hn Tuesday aad Edneedsy, looking oyer the sever Kaltc offered for peetoftiee BflldWig Tho department la In re Et of no lees than five propost Kg from Price .property owners H Mr rVswlcy stated to Tho Ad Bato that any ono of them It anf Kctory He has, howovor, Uocld to throw tno matter open again H bid and tela action will bo ta Hj lmiiMxHately. HBfho Inspector -wm also looking up Bmftlitr ot tho lost Sunnisldo BfljEgoconUlnlng f 1180. Ho ata BflT that no criminal liability at Bflied to I'osUnastor Smith on ac flat ...

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. — 6 August 1914

H PAOK TWO THK KA8TMMJ UTAH ADVOCATK, THUIWDAr, AUO1014. H Economy H Sure Seal and M Mason Jars H Buy Your H Fruits H For H . Preserving m In Case Lots H The GARDEN STORE I WAR jjlN EUROPE!; H !j JUST THINK! A suit ; H i J to measure from our H ' All-Wool assortment of H ; Winter Fabrics. Search j H the town over orscarch ', H the world over and you H cannot find BETTER ! M ;l CLOTHES. T-.kc our ; H ; advice. Come in and H ; LOOK, if nothing else. ! H !; Frank L. Buckio ; H MERCHANT TAILOR M ! ; 192 Ninth St., Price, Ut. ' M yUMIMtllllllimillM M i SUCCESSOR TO: I i FRANK'S i ii STUDIO I H II. O. QtltUn, on or ths ! H ', leftmost photographers of ', H ; Colqrado, hu purchased the ' M . Frank Studio and tattle the ' H ! people of Price to xamlno ; H ; fed work and priori. Mr. ' M drlffln come to Prlco with ! H ', the mot expensive Jen ever i H ; seen In the city. Work guar- ' H antood. Price reaonahlo. H 1 1 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 h-h-k I I Don't Be Afraid 1 Tq Mad the children to our ...

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. — 6 August 1914

BPj. TW KAaTMKJf UTAH ABVOOAtk, I THE STORES OF I EXCELLENCE! auuuY i 3 it K aK K For a quarter of a century the name of the Wa- 1 !" K satch Stoe company has stood for the Highest J J H Grade In Merchandise. Wc have dealt only in H standard articles, believing that the best is al- 4 K ways the cheapest. The high quality of our . P goods applies to every line in our stores: ' K K Groceries of all Kinds, X K Meats and Canned Goods, K Dry Goods and Notions, K Clothing and Furnishings. LaV I I Wasatch Store Co. T BtorM at Buaayalde, Cutl eat. WlaUr Quarter aad P ClMr Crek. I We Strive ! I To Please K We carry a most compute ttock.of General Merehaa B dle, laeludlng Btaple aad .raaey arocerle, Mom. Dry B aeod and Notion. B We oaa furnlih aarthlng for the ranchman or aheep- K Our prke are the lowest aad our good art of tat H btiU B It I ft pleaeure to quote prioea aad abow fiooJ. I J. M. MILLER COL-TON, UTAH I Utah Fuel Company MINERS AND SHIPPERS ICrfRBON COUNTY COALS I I ALSO MANUFACTU...

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. — 6 August 1914

I H V PA4W Ftvnt KABTKN OTA ADVOCAT, UIUUAY, ACO. 6, IBM. ; The Eastern Utah Advocate H, i The Adrocat Publishing Company (Inc.) H l Frsd L. Watroas, Manager. B simulation nates: One Year, 1.60; 8U Mo., 7Bcj Three Mo., 60c Bf AOVKKT1SINO RATES IK KKFKOT JANUARY 1, 1B18. !B1BPLAY ADVERTISING Per Inch per Single Issue, 26c; per Inch par Month, 30c Each iMue. POSITION Pull Position, Top or Column, Next needing, add 16 for esat to above. Alongside Reading Matter, add 10 per cent to above. H I READERS Per Line, One Time, 10e; per Line, Subsequent, 6c. B PROFESSIONAL CARDS Not Orer One Inch, tl.OO per Month. B ; UMAL8 Ten CeaU per Line First Insertion. Fire Cent per Line H If Basil Babeeqaeat laaae. L OBITUARIES Cards of Thanhs. Resolutions, Etc., at Half Local B ; Raadlag Notice Rates. Address all Communication to H. ' ' THK AOVOCATK rUIlLlHlUKO CO.. rrice. Utah. ' ' "thuiwoay, auo. e, 1014. i rOLTncAL ANNOUNCKMKNTB. t Aaaeaacesaeata uader this head- B tag will fee charged for at the rU ...

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. — 6 August 1914

TJMC KASTMM UTAH A-VOCATK, TJtoKBlUV, ALU. 9, 1814. FAUVt KIVK Iui IMS WISDOM Df SAVING. A A a who mtn a doUar - a benefactor; one who teachea an- i Mr to ve a dollar to a public benefactor and should be katohted . U state. A dottar put In the bank at compound Interest Uk . 0. iMtaatly, It to aot parched or burned hy drouth not killed by Mt or fleet It eanae be Injured by heat or by cold, by famine or 4 tUlenoe. by fare or flood. It will not be lot through a bole la the " eket, aor bewewed by tem Je-Ulatlt friend or boon compaaloa. It 4 beyond the reach of earthquake or lightning, accident, sneak thief, 4 g or wisrderer. U work for yoa by day aad by Blent, Sunday. J- i I holWara and week dya are Ml the aaae to It. It will not real nor l t, nor be eaten by -worm. It will sprout aad mature a crop of later- t for yoa every year (-roughest aU eternity and then be m fresh 4 td a read to go ea werklBg for you sad your descendant aa the 4 y K waa ttrat earrled to the bank. It w4U be a slav...

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. — 6 August 1914

I H r taok mx ( m J5M0O Capital, H, $60,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits Hi Should Impress tbe Depositors B f The pioneer bank of Carbon oounty through well deserved merit H J ', but kept paaee with the growth and progress ot Price and Carbon : R '- county. Every facility tor handling our business. I THE FIRST "NATIONAL BANK H) PRICE, UTAE I j We Buy H i: 'Beef Hides, Pelts, Furs, Wool and Beeswax H , B KENTUCKY LIQUOR IIOUHH H Phone 153 PRICE, UTAH Mn jb - . i It mm hi imiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiim.MH The Duchesne Stage And H Transportation Co. ssssssssVi ' Ht ! Autos leave Colton and Ver- PB nal daily and reach all im- BjB portant points on the Uinta KS reservation. H Excellent accommodations along f the entire route. H ;( J Hi UtntllitMintiim)H)lHinimnnmtnnMwt l' GOLDEN RULE HOTEL Vj ' Everything New, Clean and Up-to-date H J Bath Rooms for Guests H 1 MRS. J. BEDDOES, Proprietor HJ PRICE, UTAH HI ll ( : Topic Bar H MONOGRAM NO. 'f A SPECIALTY H Only Hlheit Grade of Domestic and Imported...

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. — 6 August 1914

WIS KA8THKN UTAH ABVOCATK. TUCUHDAV, At'G. 0, 1914. FAOK HMVMX IAWATHA H THJS MMT, IT BOM NOT HVAOIC If POM wot auHmm. Mtp House i Bar TAIL AND WHOLESALE ;j The But In Wines, Liq uers and Cigars !; Bole Ageat tar J ORS' GOLDEN BEER ACOCK BROS., Props. jj Pffc n mumc i tunrcaM rrVv ctTv.w n jr m 41 V,M O 1.1 Wiji. m flour U made treat the east Tarker Red Ward Wheat 7 Mick guaranteed to give Bfaotloa, aed. he a chesalcal Bof 41 per etst gluten. B Tyr Bale by ce Commission Go. B Vheme IS. bosephIIep Bfljferrln and Draying ;! B rbone ss. Mht OlToa Our Special At k1 teatlon. ar Hooded Drayman In Town. ' , Hsesses jfufBol Ble rea- r&d d ever v,.MMBrJ st on imwii m Brook. HgK B JVama Bm9B Mr Bros., Msr. Go. BBmoUMtla Lienor gwlwi Bfktt Lake OHf, TJtali '! imwtwt !; Palate Math, Price ', ,J raaaeaabl. Wrlttea gaaraate ; i, gave with Ml werk. Crewn j 4 brldga work a afeejaky. ', ,; ate that m aad 4a Mt !' J, BMk the HWMSth aer. riva , hi Carbon mi?. ft. ; i J MautM m4 subImUm gd- ,' 1 , ...

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. — 6 August 1914

H I J pauk xtanr woe kabtkkm utah advocate, TiiuitanAY, act, o, n. , A - g B ORDINANCE NO. S3. H? AN ORDINANCE CONFIRMING THE BBtj ' Creation and Establishment of Price BBf j ' '' Paring District No. 1, Sldo Walk BBJj J .Extension No. 1 In tho City of Prlco; K,j I Providing For tho Payment by In BBS ' j latallmont of tho Cost and Kxponeo BBS ,7 , of a part of tho Improvements BBji ? Mode In Bald UiUtrkt, Assessing tho i ft 'Cost of Snld mprovomonU Against Hf1 tho Real Estate Especially Roneflt BBJj - ed by Snld Improvements Lying nnd H)' ' Relng Within tho District and For B; , ll,o ncnofll of Which Bald Tax BBS , Are to Do Expendd; Accepting tho Bj , Part of the ImprovomonU Bo Far Hr : 'Completed; Providing For the Pay BBK .ment of tho Cost of Construction BBW by tho Issuanoo of Coupon War- H iranta. BBJ Whereas, Tho city council of tho BBJ 'city of Prlco, in tho county of Car- BBjl Ibon and state of Utah, has horeto- BBJ ' 4 foro, pursuant o tho requisite pre BBJ I Jllralnary proc...

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. — 13 August 1914

ff I I Eastern Utah Advocate ""","" I H Utah's Best Weekly, Published In the "Blfirsrest Little City on earth" 9 BB TWBNTIKTX YKAK. rlHCK, UTAH, THl'ltHIUY, At'O. in, lilt I. NUMBER M fl mot m was IIIHIID H FRIKNBtl BELIEVE IIK 1H NOT BH VOLUISTAMIA" MISSING. H Had Qaitn a Hum of Mime Whew BBY Istst Hern--Intimated Tlrat He BBg Knew Too Much Concerning tfio BBg Msrtfer ef ltobert JamesoB In- vestlgotlon Hclng Hhlo. BBY K has aow been throo months BB since Dick Tool, a former Price BB resident interested In Uio pool es- BB tsbllshment known m Uio Ilesort, BBB wm taat aeon or heard of, and liU BBB friends anl f armor omplo)cs bo- BBT ltovo that someone has msdo away BB with him BH At tho tlmo of Pool' dlsappenr- BH aoco there wait a chargo of ndul- BH tory hanging oTcr him in tho dls- BB trlct court on account of a mtxup BBT with a Helper woman llo u a BBT trusted employe of W W Drown, a BB Utah Construction company man, BB and for Integrity and liouesty boro BB the highest reputation...

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. — 13 August 1914

H rAQK TWO Kj Economy H Sure Seal and K Mason Jars B Buy Your II Fruits K For K Preserving H In Case Lots E The GARDEN STORE B As Bare As H oid B Mother B Hubbard's B Cupboard Hr1 , If cvor there wn n Umo to Hh. '! toek up your wardrobe, Mil ', B 1 1 U Uio llmo Hero U tho plana i R . i ' to buy tlio bent modo-to-mca- , HJ ' '! uno garment at Icm than tho H j prlco you would pay for tho K 1 1 moat ordinary ready-to-wear. , ' Bi !; Frank L. Buckio i B MERCHANT TAILOR B ': 192 Ninth St., Price, Ut. !; HH yiiinimnnmtnMM B : SUCCESSOR TO:: B i FRANK'S !i i STUDIO jj Bl II. O. Qrifatn, oa of the ! H3 ! lereeaaat photographer f ! K I Colorado, hu purchased the ; K1 . Frank Studio and Invite the ! I B ! people of Price to examine ! ', B t ; Mi work end price. Mr. ' ' Hr( ; Orltfln comoa to Prlco with ! ' B : tho moat expensive Jona ever : H l ; seen In th city. Work guar- ' ' (, ; antood Prlcoa reasonable H! MtHttMUHUt HI 1 1 I T ! Don'tBeAfraid I H To read the children to our H store. If y...

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. — 13 August 1914

B TKK KAtmmW UTAH APVOCATK, THURSDAY. Aftl. 13, 1014. pAfJ g B I THE STORES OF EXCELLENCE! I H 4 If r H' J P For a quarter of a century the name of the W.v T H satch Store company has stood for the Highest X Grade in Merchandise. We have dealt only in X H;t standard articles, believing that the best is al- "4 Ho ways the cheapest. The high quality, of our f H ' goods applies to every line in our stores: W Groceries of all Kinds, X X Meats, and Canned Goods, X m Dry Goods and Notions, X X Clothing and Furnishings. X If I if I HI T MX T Wasatch Store Co. T Stores at Suanystde, Culli Oate, WlaUr Quarter and V B T Clear Creek. 4 4 I: We Strive I To Please jj K We carry most compute stock of Oeneral Merehaa- H disc, including Staple and Fancy Orocerles, Show, Dry V Ooode and Nottoaa. V We eaa (urnUk.aalblfl tor the ranchman or sheep- , K eaaa. B Our price are the looat asd our goods are of the B btit. m It U a pleaeuro to auotc prices and show good. J. M. MILLER K COLTON, UTAH I Utah Fue...

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. — 13 August 1914

V ' mm rm xn iasmik utah apvocatk. rnvmnxvAva. i. " , I r The Eastern Utah Advocate K.. The Advocate Publishing Company (Inc.) H Fred L. Watrous, Manager. Bl , BsibserlpUon Rates: One Tear, $1,60; Six Mo., 76c; Three Mo., 60c QI ( S ADVKRTHHNQ RATHS IK KFFKOT JANUARY 1, IBlfl. Kftwf j J BIBPLAY ADVERTISING! Per Inch per Single Ietue, lie; per Inch BW1 1 9t Month, JOe Each Issue. H' POSITION Full Position, Top of Column, Neit Reading, add 36 BftSf r f 9r -t to above. Aloagelde Readlns Matter, add 10 per cent to abore. VWf 1 RRADBR8 Per Line, One Time, 10c! per Line, Subsequent, Se. K, PROFESSIONAL CARDS Not Over One Inch, f 1.00 por Month. W f IJWALS Ten CeaU por Use First Insertion. Kite Cents per Line BMBjr 0 ' a9si 8abqueat Issue. Hfr I I OBITUARIES Cards of Thank, Resolutions, Etc, at Half Local m ' Heading Notice Rates. Address all Communications to & S I THK ADVOOATK I'UIlMHHiNO CO.. Price. Utah. VVLj I sm r-g-. - . -... ., W, ; THURSDAY, AUO. 13, 1314. rff I . - , r- II I ...

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. — 13 August 1914

fl H tbk KAtmmm utam abvocatk, thcmbday, acq, i a, m-t. rAam fivk S H TKK "WISDOM IN SAVING. Ha who saves a dollar Is a benefactor one who teaches an- , mtc dollar hi ft public benefactor ana should be kalchtod Bt. A dollar ut in the bank at compound Interest take 4 Mantly, H l not parched or burned hy drouths; not killed by steeU It rannot be injured by heat or by cold, by famine or B, by tire or flood. It will not be lost t-rouaa a hole la the Bor borrowed by mm eaUlntUl friend or boon companion. It t the reach of earthquake or lightning, aeoMeet, ineak thief, murderer. H works for yon by day and by alht, Bunday. 1 teys ftftd week day are all the ease to tt. It will not rut aor be eaten by wems. It will sprout and mature a crop of later fcm every year tfcre-gfce-t. all eternity and thea be as tress Beady to go oa wekl- for you aad your descendants aa the , m first carried to the bank. It -Ul be a alar that neither . aka aor -toe;, or dies, aid needs no oversew. H lvea--eat of mone...

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. — 13 August 1914

Hll rAWB MX ! $50,000 Capital, ; $60,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits Should Impress the Depositors -j,-.. The pioneer bank of Crbon count through well deterred merit H ' ;! dm kept paaee with the growth and progreia of Price and Carbon : B ) count. Eery facility for handling our buslneis. I- 1 THE FIRST "NATIONAL BANK H) PRICE, UTAI sssnsnaM i ;; We Buy K ,; Beef HitlHs, Palts, Furs, Wool and Beeswax BM ' r KKNTUCKV LIQUOIt HOUSE H't Phone 153 PRICE, UTAH Kj fWWW HUM I M IIIIHH4- B. I The Duchesne Stage And Hi Transportation Co. H I - Autos leave Colton and Ver- B nal daily and reach all im- Byl portant points on the Uinta Hf reservation. Kj! Excellent accommodations along 1 the entire route. 7 :i , Ht HiMtHOtlMmiMtftMHHIHMHMHMM Ri GOLDEN RULE HOTEL Hf Everything New, Clean and Up-to-date Hj Bath Rooms for Guests Ki MRS. J. BEDDOES; Proprietor B PRICE. UTAH i r Topic Bar H , MONOGRAM NO. H j 6 A SPECIALTY H Only Highest Grade of Domestic and Imported Goods H j Handled Over Our Bar...

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. — 13 August 1914

aaaSt sMaal tt- OC KA8TKKX CTA-t ABVOGAXE. 'YHUIISDAV, Aftf. 13, t?4. PAGK 8EVJUC ! H IWATHA IoaLi HhK BBBT, IT DOSS BLACK. ITDOBB nOT OUrlKMR. lite Honse I Bar HNDWHOISAU j; ! Bbrs and Clears krie Ageai Urn ' GOLDEN BEER j; BcK BROS., Props. ; t a --.v-OrtVywv gyT7 IB a-IV B-sraW-ft aaaaaTA HB pCTif i J!E-- A Kv CITV.HWfa-l hk " v " '9. K'M O -ttB Br Is mad from the urkey Red Hard Wheat Hk guaranteed to glva 4Ko, ud has a ehasaleal tBper cent gluten. jBror 81 by Kommission Go, fH Phone 180. "Bing and Draylng 'lB I'hono 5S 'IBuen Our Special At- J 'H tentlon. B4 Drayman In Town. ', S-49sa ts iflt 1 K; IBB Brou &t LjB lfPI JHBros,, Mer. Go. H Liquor Dealers He City, Utah '! WBOTBT !' Painless atsthos. ptle 'I i; raaseaabls. Wrtttaa gnaraatee J t fclrea wltk alt work. Crew aa Bridge work a specialty, 'i Rates Uat m aad do aet ', I the meat tar, Ftv , yaara la Carbea eeaaty. Be- , UautMaattuuBlaaUeM glad- ' J . 1 tires frea of ehargs. ( Hear Mi a, m. aad 1-J i 't p. at. 8aaays, 10 ...

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. — 13 August 1914

V Hk VAOK K10HT BBHU ' TT. li 1 r rice Academy ! BbY) Hif J " A Preparatory and Finishing School HfL' : For Young Men and Young Women. H B 'i A Three-fold Development Emphasized J Physical-Intellectual-Moral jj H''( Classical, Scientific, Business Hi and Music Courses i 4 Hip ;t A Home-like Atmosphere and a Loyal and Helpful ;; H jj i School Spirit tt .X Room and Board $100 per year. :: Tuition $16.00 ' tf I FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 8th jj Hi t For Further Particulars Write to W I L. A. JONES, Principal, Price, Utah :j H I FIRST LADY OF IAND m mwmm H (Continued from pago one.) B Mr. Wilson Uion took )ila dnugli- H lor, Mrs. W. 0. McAdoo, Mr. K. II, HK -Sayr and Miss Margaret Wllnon, BBYlj tuUio and "(old them of tiielr mo- BBW1 ther'a condition. Until thou they BBVT had Uiought there was n chance or BBVi recovery. BBWj Prom thnt Umo an tlio president BBQ d lil daughters remained con- HH sUntly nt Mr. Wilson's bedside. H( The president hold his wlfo'a hand, Bj '- the threo daughters wor...

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