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I ' PER SONAL B ; Mr and Mrs II 0 Clyse wore K visitors nt Hnll Lake Cltr thin week B Harry Bantschl wan down job- H tordny and today from Illnck Hawk H Mr and Mm. J W Hill of m Wellington woro Tuesday visitors In H Mr and Mra. O. F Hnll of B Btorm wcro guest of tho Bvoy last H Monday. B I A. B Blfstrom of Woodslde BB ' was n guest of th Tarern during HH thoi weok. IBS Miss Ioln I land of I'rlco wa BBT tho guest laal wcok of Mrs B H BB Saunders at Helper H l Mrs McClure Wilson attended BBl ' tho Indies' aid conference At Halt BB Iako City this week H Mr. ami Mrs J. T Johnson of BH flunnystdo were Tatorn guest last BBs Sunday and Monday BsVi Bb Mrs George K I loach hns gono BB to Halt tako City to tako treatment BB from an c)e specialist Ht A H Horsloy, principal of tho BH I'rlco public schools, Is nttondlng fH lummor school At Provo. m W. A James and J J Dalloy BBl J of Hlawntha woro guests of tho Ha- BJ toy tho first of tho week B Mr. and Mrs llolert Hlownrt, BH who left last wcok for I'rovo, arw nt BH 1 this time ilsltlng nt Logan H Mrs. John C Forrester nnd Bl children arc sending tho summer BB with relatives nt Desert take B Mr. nnd Mrs (loorgo Mtdann BB:j of Holper visited with friends nnd BW relntlvcs nt Woodslde Inst weok m Mrs J II. James was n visitor BH, In Bait tako City last wiek nnd BB i till, going nnd coming In lur enr K , K. C Powers ami Floyd Wheo- BBk f ! lor, prominent citizens of Mytnn, BB1' , c' wore guests of the Bnvoy during tho , l I 1 ik. H ., JJ -Prof, nnd Mrs ltnlpli Walters BH i of Irloo visited with Mr. and Mrs. BBV -J Stephen Qlanoltl nt Helper Inst BBl J week, IBsBJ fl Mr. and Mrs Bnm Williams of 1 '1 i'rlco departed yesterday for nn ox- I j tended visit to tho California oxpo- J I sltlons iHri ! Mrs. (loorgo It) laud Is at Halt BHrfj ' ( tako City for medical treatment BBB j v ,! nnd may bo absent from I'rlco for BBTi j ' . 'j several weeks, BBJ , i tU,' BIl,J t John Ileddo hns gone from BJ:J 4'f Helper to lllnghnm, whero ho hns BBS? J IsM accepted a position with n largo BBK L Ism , mercanlllo house Ba h 3f Mtas Vivian Fullmer Is down BBki Tj from Hlawntha visiting nl tho home BBrJ r i of Mr. and Mrs Herman Htolu on H . .rit 'orth Ninth atreot. Hf 1 ' . Misses Bather Knudson nnd l.u- BBT t dluo Mora of Mt. I'leasnnt yUlloil BBf ,. , fl wltli their nunt. Mrs. tars (I under BB ! " son-or I'rtoo, tut wock BB' si ,4t BBl Jj( Ionian Varnor, Zach Fnrr Mul B ' W Ueorgo Mnthls left Hundny for Hull' B vj liiko City to Attend th Unltvrslty B j t of Utah summer school B ' m Ir. K. M. N'ohor wm lnITlcti B J Tuesday, being callol hero profe BB , i slonatly. Incidentally, ho looked BJ after somo business matters H i Hoy Whlto went over to Kalr- BB vlow Tuesday to catch In tho game BB " for T6m Averlll Wtdnes1ay lust U- BB ! tweoa aunnlson and Knlrrlow, B m Ikwton lUndolph wua down BB I J I from KonlUorth Wednesday last. BB1 A, Ho slates that tlnua are jotting BBl ,i (,Wl twine better At tho coal camp, Hl T Mra. It. B. Oreen, wlfo of BBi, , ,41 I'rloo's new dentist, has arrived to BBl if ! Join her husband, Dr. Oreen, with BBptl J offices In tho VlKlU-Ilonomo build HI if lnK' H J jT MimaKor ShlrtMnan It figuring to BJ 1 . this month reopen tho Havoy Hotel Bkiii i buffet und dining room Increas BB ! 'H, Ing trudo warrants the. Improve- B ' I ( mont. H . i l Mrs. J 1. Ilurns of Wnlln BB $, 'na. Wash , nrrhed In l'rleo last Br V'ij week to remain during tho summer BB , fl with her daughtor, Mrs Thomas II KouU. Mrs. H W nonsfleld, Mrs C Ay CabnneM nnd Mrs B W. lions-field lions-field of New York City wero nuto-mobllUts nuto-mobllUts pasting througli I'rlco the flrst.of tho week tor jtho I'nclfle Const They wore regUtertHl ut the Savoy oor Kutulny Miss Myrtlo Fields departed Bundny evening for her homo In Indiana In-diana It s stated sho will not return re-turn to I'rlco to teach at I'rlco academy Miss Bdnn Callaway Is visiting with an aunt in Arlzonn, and together, to-gether, tho two are to go to the Ban FrnncUco nnd Ban Diego expositions expo-sitions later -Mr nnd Mrs Hllas II Young wero In from their ranch on Coal Creek last Baturday perfecting somo Inml titles beforo tho clerk of the district court - Mr nnd Mrs Clyde Carruthers of Ilutte, Mont , aro the parents of n new baby girl born last week Mrs Carruthers was formcrl MU Mabel Wilton of I'rlcc -Mayor Carlos (lunderson Is hack Jn I'rlco after several days spent at his herds, which are on the summer rnngo In the tclnltj of Bcofleld and Clear Creek C It Marcusen of tho Price Commercial and Bavlngs bank Is attending at-tending tho stnto hankers" convention conven-tion nt Zlon this week. He Is accompanied ac-companied by Mrs Mnrcusen Mrs A. W Dowd nnd Mrs W N Wetzel of Hunnysldo were first of tho week vliltors In IVlce, Mrs Wetzel Inter leaving for Ohio, where sho Is to spend the summer Mrs. F M. Ban ford nnd her mother-in-law, Mrs. Banford, are leaving Price this eok for nn ox tended visit nt Flngslaff, Ariz , where cnuh has numerous relatives Don P. Itobblns, n raining mnn of Knit tako City, was n pasaenger south on Frldny of this week llob-btns llob-btns was hended for tho new Hull Vnllej gold fields Mllford News, 4th Dr F It, Hlopanskct nnd B H Klnm of Helper wero visitors from tho railroad town Tuosda) and favored fav-ored The Hun with n rail Kach Is reading Carbon county's best newspaper news-paper Miss Florence Kimball of Bcofleld Bco-fleld was In tho city this week on matters In connection with the estate es-tate of her father, the late O (I Kimball Hhe was n guest of the Bnvoy It N !owls, special representative represen-tative of tho Heaver Ilonrd compnn) of lluffnlo, N Y , stopped over In l'rlro Kitcrdny to spend tho dny with his father, C. It Ils, the plumber Dr W T Huffman nnd fnmll) have moved from Price to Halt tak City to make Zlon their home Dr Huffman Is ulosur to hi work with tho government with a homo At Halt tako City - llurrj (Hans Is In town from Bait tako City He has recentl) opened up n tliiuor business it Kurt Ku-rt ka nnd Is doing well, conditions tbero In nil lines being exceptionally exceptional-ly good nt this time Kdwln Frju writes lit father, Judge William 11. Fry, from Colfax, Col-fax, CaIii , that ho has n good position posi-tion with n dairy farmer there and Is much pleased with tho country and his surroundings - Krnesl (llanottl, John Colzand nnd Charles lluggerl have returned to Helper from school at Bait tako City and are to spend the summer ut home All of thorn have made good records while away. - Mrs William Mattson was an urrlvul from Helper yesterday nnd wilt visit her many (Ireen Hirer friends while hero. 81io snys Oreon lllvcr looks prolty good to her tlreen Ulvur Dispatch, 3d. Mr and Mrs. William Frost nnd son. Kugeno of Helper, wero week end visitors here, returning Hundny They mado the trip of n hundred and fifty miles by nutomo-Idle nutomo-Idle In ono dn), Coalville Times, 4th. lr Hert Heaboldt of Bait Lake I'll) wus registered ut the Tavern last Monday Bho and her husband nrv Interested In proper!) at dreen Illter nnd Mrs Beaboldt had been down there Jn this connection con-nection Mrs A arecnhnlKh of Ferron Ik visiting with nor son, K. A Orttnhalgh, nt Helper. Mr. and Mrs (Ireenhnlgli, Br, rvently moved mov-ed from Bcofleld, whero thoy wore long time residents, to the i)mer) count) town. Mrs. A O Bradley nnd daughters daugh-ters have returned from Salt take tlty to Wood 1 1 do nnd will toon be homo in this city to spend tho sum mcr They will bo nt Woodsldo for the big day, Baturday Oreen Hlver Dispatch. 3d , Capt J F Corey was down' from Castle Onto Tuesday and en-; rolled for Tho Bun Between a new boy at his homo now twelvo weeks old and making now automobile! roads through that camp, tho captain cap-tain Is qulto a busy man. Mrs. II D Bcwoll and Mrs C M Bowcll of Cedsrtown, (la , were guesta of tho Tavern last Sunday en route to California. They had heard so much of Price that they stopped over hero to see the town and country, their husbands having real estate Interests to the south of tho city Mrs J It flhnrp returned to I'rlco yesterday from Ball tako City, where sho has lived tho past few months that her family might havo bettor school advauJages Her mother, mo-ther, Mrs A II. Ksrll, has returned to Bcofleld, her former homo The Sharps aro to go to Dig Pprlngs ranch for the summer. J. M, Millard of Altonah continues con-tinues to work on his tolephono 1 1 no. Ills storo business In Altonah during dur-ing tho past three years has amounted am-ounted to slxty-stx thousand do-i lars and ho figures that the In- ( creased efficiency thnt tho tclophonel lino will gtvo him wilt Increnso his. tuilness Vcrnnl Kxpress, 4th D W Mvlngston.ot tho firm of Bpaldlng ft Livingston of Halt take City, was In the city the last of Inst week and tho first of this attending attend-ing to business-matters Livingston Is ono of tho llvo wire who Is help Ing to push this country nhead ind give It Its proper place In tho ranks of tho great fnrmtnR communities of the West, which Is well nt the top Delta Chronicle, 3d ' Kd Hudberry of Kail take Clt), who makes tho cost camps of Carbon Car-bon county every week or ten days for 7. C M. I , was a guest of tho Bnvoy Hotel last Mohday Ho states that business nt tho enmps gradually grad-ually picking up nnd thnt n mora optimistic feeling prevails with busl-i ness men wherever ho goes Hoj was formerly local mnnagvr for the Wasatch Btoroa compnny nt Castlo (late Mark Hopkins, the Halt tako City geologist nnd promoter, wnsi hero Mondn) nnd Tuesday Inst after af-ter holding a session, oh II were, I with tho hoard of equalization at1 Castlo Dalo relative to tho taxation I of coal lands held by n syndicate of I Chicago people In Kmery count) to I the south of Punnyslde D II. Houtxi of tho United Btntes Fuel compnny I was with Hopkins on tho trip south. -John I' Illte, until recentl) at lllto postoflfce on tho Colorado river. Is back In Carbon county working for tho United Mates Fuel compnny nt lllnwntha us stable boas' a position ho formerly held with tho Utah Fuel company at Hunnysldo. Ho recentl) mud nn vxtended trip Knit after selling some claims on, the Colorado river, going ns far as St Louis, whero ho has many relatives rela-tives and friends, and -which city hot rails home. I -Miss Wilms Nelson etitortulnsd with nn attractive afternoon ten ettrdny at her home tn 8outh Teniplo street In honor of Miss Margaret Mar-garet Andrews Assisting ncre the. hostess' mother, Mrs. Agnes Nelson, Mrs W It Johnson of Castlo Onto nnd Miss Kate Nelson Tbo rooms wero artistically decorated In roses t and sweet peas. Tho guests lnclud-i vl a number of out of town friends I of tho honor guest. Bait Lake Telegram, Tel-egram, 8th. I Mr. ami Mrs. L, C. Moor of I Kochcsttr In Emory county, wero registered nt tho Havoy lau Baturday. Batur-day. They aro en route to California Califor-nia by automobile and will go on the trip as far uorth as Portland, Ore, They expoct to be absent from Utah tho greater part of tho summer llofore leaving I'rlco they armed themtnlves with a hunting' and fishing license, "Crops u andl around the Itochester section nro promising well this season." said Moore, "Farmers gtnerally In Km-or) Km-or) county aro In bolter shape than for )irs ' -Melvlu Cook, wife nnd child of Idaho Falls, Ida , Mr and Mrs Hoy Btrong and Mr und Mrs. Walter Hoi ley of Huntington, nrrlved Wednesday Wed-nesday In Cook s car for u visit with relatives In Moab Cook caiiio from Idaho Falls to Huntington In two das, nnd tho trip from the latter plnco to Moab was made by way of I'rlco In twelve hours, notwithstanding notwith-standing a severe rain storm encountered en-countered on tho wit) Mr Cook and Mrs Btrong aro related to Mrs Surah Btowart and Mrs 1) A Johnson John-son Mrs Holley Is a sister of Mrs Charles Btowart - -Moab Times, 4th -Ihomna L McCarty of Ortun Hlver was tn I'rlco last Saturday, coming up b) freight train nnd returning re-turning b) uutomoblle Ho was showing ttomo fine specimens of lopper ore brought In from the former for-mer Uintah reservation countr) by Matt Warner nud Kd Ilolmont, which attracted much attention among thoso Interested In mining matters "Clrocn Hlver has an abundaiico of fruit of all kinds this )oar," says he, " and tho difficulty will bo to find a market for the enormous crop Cantaloupes havo dono well and wo aro again far In advance of the llocky Ford, Colo , crop." Travel Is light as et by automobile through Oreen Hlver, but with tho completion of tho bridge over the I'rlco river ut Woodsldo, Wood-sldo, considerable Midland trail travel tra-vel U anticipated during tho sum-mi..'