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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1913.
I En Route to Grand Canyon by Auto
I Tribune Auto Party Has Two
Days Hard Going From
Panguitch to Kanab.
By W. D. RISHEL.
J II 13 'hardest two days of the trip
jj to the Grand Canyon of the Cul
I orado by The Tribune Grand can
yon tour, followed tho early
morning start from Panguitch going
Komli. Fur two days it had rained
more or less and it was doubtful if we
would ever get through. The roads
were ol an unimproved nature, climb
ing over a high summit south of Pan
gvuteh and through a stretch of mud
ilaU known, as Sink valley, which
stalled the lightest, of wagons whan in
a muddy ttate. Leaving j'anguitch we
hadi hoped to reach Kanab that uight,
a distance of -about seventy-fivo nines,
but in this we failed by ne'arly twenty
Hardly had we left Panguitch than
iv ran inio a mudiiole that held us up
lor two hours. Tho rain had left a
t.a. all lake in tho middle of the road
:.iid it was impossible to eet through.
ILoscue Jil. Hreedeu was in the lead,
and after some hesitation "hit the
l;o!e full speed." "With the help of
several of the carty ho was able to
got .through or. 'his "own power. The
pathfinder was next in line and de
cided to "hit the mud" a few feet to
llie right in hopes of getting a better
"tooting." it was a mistake and the
water flooded the magneto, bringing the
car to a stop in the middlo of the mud
hole. While in this position the Eck
strom car plunged into the mudholc and
promptly stuck. A team pulled the
nathiindcr out, and then Frank jM'oore's
big car tried it and mired in the same
.place where the pathfinder was a few
minutes before. Water on the magneto
did the business. The team was then
hitched to both cars and pulled them
out, and also helped tho other cars
across to dry land.
Within an hour afterward a heavy
cloudburst, followed by hail, hit the
part, but the road surface was of
a hard, gravelly nature, and did not
materially delay the party.
Wc had hoped to get to Alton for
lunch, but did not reach that town un
ti' 3 o'clock, and immediately pushed
on for Kanab, where, we were 'informed
by telephone, a monster celebration
awaited us. Sink valley was still
ahead of us, but we found this drv,
and .although the road was rough, wo
were able to get through without much
trouble. On arriving at the head of
.Johnson's canyon wc encountered the
worst high centers on tho trip. For
two hours we fought these with shov
cis, picks and axes and then gave it up,
taking to the sagebrush and Building a
new road. Darkness overtook us and
wo camped out for the first time, eating
a lunch wc had carried from Pan
guitch. Kennicut in Quicksand.
.Early the next morning, without food
or water, wc began the trip to Kanab.
tribune auto routes
Panguitcb, Utah, to Richfield,
By W. D. EISHEL.
00.0 PANGUITCH Gas. oil, hotel
and general stores. Start north on
main street of town, following main
traveled road. Look out for imbridgeS
irrigating ditches in the first ten miles.
C.() Spry postoffico on left. 8.4 pass
ranch houses. Again at 9.7. Start
down Circlevillo canyon. 17.7 pass
ranch, on right, and at 29 turn left
around store on corner into main
29. CIE.OLE'vTLIiE General store.
29.5 turn left. 30.2 cross Sevier river.
Mud flat here, bad in wet weather.
33.5 cross Sevier river. 36.2 turn, left,
36.4 JUNCTION Hotel, gas and
general stores. Keep straight ahead
going north on main street, past court
house on left at 36.6. Follow high
bench road, fine going, and at 50.8
pick up telephone poles. 51.5 start
Farther down tho canyon water was
needed for the radiators and. some was
located in pockets at the bottom of the
dry Johnson creek. G. W. Kennicut
jumped from the top of tho bank on
what ho supposed was a sandy ledge,
and sank below his hips. It was quick
sand of the most dangerous kind. In
an instant three or four of the part'
were to hiB rescue and pulled him out.
We got water there, which some of us
Breeden Jumps Bank.
The next incident of the trip was
fortunate, in that it did not nave a
I SURGE AND ART DISCOVERED
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The eight aeries of secret formulas used m manufacturing Impervious
surface finishes are an artisan's lifetime study. Tho artlstlo and element
proof surface treatment for brick, stone and metal after an eight-year te3t
lias proved perfect and a standard process.
High-class signs, painting and decorating solicited,
Hamlin Imp-Ervia Company
Office and Factory Phone Wasatch 368 Salt Lake City, Utah
II 1 9 Tbm wnthrinw from
I ar nesees that slip the pleuurei
Vl 1 a of life should UkftJuTanPLlli,
Coupon Thty hari mow rJuYenttnr.
130 TlUllzlnr forot than has eru
' ' before bean off trrod. sentpotV
Mud In plain package only on receipt ot 81 and
Ibove coupon by C. I. Hood Co., rrnrrtllifQ
M?o4'A SariaDarULa, LovU, Uia.
f-VJ I will not be responsible for any debts
H contracted by my wife, Mrs. J. T. Wil-
l r?!PSdn,. MR- J- T- W1LKINS.
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TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL
llk Every Woman
illrtSfttfk Is Interested and should
5M about tho -wondorful
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it. Ifbo cannot sup- Jfwfisfk'
ply tho MARVEL, MPf'E
accept no other, but Ag Jzf Ink
Marvel Co., 44 E. 23d St., H.T. vd
For sale by Schramm-Johnson Drugs,
a stores, and by Druehl & Franlccn. suc
cessors of Smith Drug: Co., also tho old
f,le 271 South Main. Mall orders solicited.
down dugway, crossing bridge, at 51.6
pass postoffico on right, and at cornor
. 51.7 MARYSVALE Gas, oil, hotel
and general stores. After turning
.right at main corner, go straight
ahead, past depot on left, at 52.2, and
cross railroad, then cross Sevier river
bridge, and turn left. At 53.7 start
up mountain. Continue straight up
steep climb to 60.6, summit. Start
down steop grade at once, and at 67.3
stone house; turn left hero, now enter
68.1 MONROE- Hotel, gas and gen
eral stores. Go straight ahead past
schoolhouse on left, and at 9.8 cross
canal. 70.5 main crossroads, Austin
grocery store on left. 71.1 cross enn
nal. 71.3 sugar factory on left. 73.1
turn right, leaving telephone poles.
73.4 turn loft, picking up telophone
poles. Pass schoolhouse on left at 73.5,
cross railroad at 75. Keop straight
ahead on main traveled road, and at
78.3 RICHFIELD Gas, garage, ho
tel and general stores.
fatal ending. On arriving at the small
town of Johnson, it was necessary to
css a bad waBh with a difficult turn
at the bottom. Roscoe !M. Breeden vol
unteered to drive Dr. Bullock's car
across, tho doctor having injured his
arm in cranking tho car. Being a
strange car and hard to steer Breeden
missed the crossing and divod over a
ten-foot bank. Tho car struck on tho
radiator, standing on its "nose,"
balanced back and forth for a second
and then foil back against the bank. If
it hod gone forward it would
have probably resulted in a serious ac
cident and crushed Breeden beneath it.
The car lit in tho same kind of quick
sand that had enveloped Kennicut ear
lier in the day. This snved tho car from
serious injury. It took a telegraph polo,
about twenty men and two hours of
time to get tho car up on the bank
again. Iso more serious damage than a
bent radius rod resulted from that
The party stopped hero for dinner,
t and had one of the best meals of the
trip, porhaps because It was the first
time they had sat down to a table since
the morning before at Panguitch.
Delay of Day for Gas.
The trip to Kanab was a short and
uneventful one. Here wo found that
the entire town had turned out to wel
como us a day lator than we had ex
pected to arnvo thoro. However, thev
informed us the spread of the nieht be
fore would be ready for us.
On arriving at Kanab we found that
tho gasoline which was to take us to
the -brand canyon had not arrived, al
thougn it had left Marysvalc a week
beloro we left Salt Lake. Bad roads
had made freighting slow and unrelia
Wc. Wc sent a team back to meet tho
wagon, with instructions to travel all
night. This helped us and the gaso
line reachod Kanab the day after wo
arnvod. The time, however, came in
handy, as it gavo us a day to go over
our cars and get roady for the final
dash to tho canyon.
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what
is needed. That cloans out tho
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germs of pneumonia and other such
diseases. That is why pneumonia never
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For sale by all dealers.
By MCE LIGHTS
"The demand for headlights on tho
front mud euardH is growing daily,"
said Prank Botterill of the Tom Botter
ill Automobile company. "Not only
does this position give increased effi
ciency but drivers who use their cars
at night have discovered another great
advantage tho elimination of being
"side swiped" while passing cars on
the road. Lights, with tho exception
of those on Piorco-Arrovs, are placed,
on either side of the hood and on some
cars partly in front of the radiator.
Passing drivers judging the position of
the car by the headlights, try and give
sufficient room for that part of the car
extending on either sido of tho front
lights. So the Pierce-Arrow driver
whoso lights are placed on the mud
guards has the advantage of a wider
turnout by tho approaching car, and
is thus less liable to be hit in passing.
"It is really surprising the demand
there is for high-grade cars this fall.
Yesterday we sold our fourteenth
Pierce-Arrow car of the 1914 model,
aud -without question our Pierce-Arrow
business will be nearly double this com
ing season over tho previous year in
this territory. Our Hudson sales are
25 per cent more than they wore at the
samo time last year. This week we re
ceived a shipment of Pierce cars con
sisting of two of the very latest type
of the 4S-horsepower models. One of
theso cars is for Solon Spiro and the
other for S. D. Evans. An order has
been placed by Leon Sweet for a seven
passengor Pierce-Arrow to be dolivered
in March. This car for Mr. Sweet will
bo one of tho most artistic Pierre cars
as regards finish that has ever boen
roceived by us in this territory.
"During' tho week new Hudson cars
were delivered to G. B. Bowerman and
"George B. Turner, sales manager
of the Gould Pump company of Scn
noca Palls, N. Y., for the past several
years, has just become associated with
tho Botterill company."
J E I J
Bttzarc qf eountcreUi
MODERN H fill
"It is becoming more generally real
ized that the motorcycle is not only a
pleasure vehicle," says ,T. C. Riley, lo
cal manager of tho Goodyear Tiro &
Rubber company, "but that it also well
serves an important purposo in the
"Tho motorci'cle is especially adapt
ed to many uses where rapid transit
is necessary. One of the most recent
places whore the motorcycle has been
found a paying proposition is on the
farm. In an unlimited number of ways
it can be of great help to farmers. The
ability of the motorcycle to cover tho
ground quickly makes it possible for
tho farmer to send to town for parts
of machinory or supplies, and have
them back in quick time.
"With the motorcycle this trip can
be mado by one man without loss of
New Motor Car Numbers fi
The following new motor cars vcro registered at the 3 1
state's offico during the past week: ' oecrettrj dj"
No. Name. Address. jj
3863 Iko Smith Randolph . . " $on
3801 G. B. Sowcnnau Salt Lake .. J
3865 J. G. McDonald Co Salt Lako HJ
3866 P. E. Hay Ealb Lake Bulck ,J WW
3867 W03t Coa:pany Halt Lake ". .V.V ' Pr'm2 Sfi
3868 Ed Sunnier Vernal eml&s 1 jggg
3860 3. A. Brown ; VeUsville ' ifc.
3870 J.B.Robinson Ogclen v jl.
3871 "W. B. Chamhorlin Salt Lake . i -
3872 A. II. Lund Gunnison 5
3873 Kay Bridge Salt Lako y p'1
3874 E. Byram Ogden . . . J
3875 C. Hollibaugh Ogden '1
3876 Utah Industrial School Ofi-den '
3877 J. J. Atkinson Woods Cross . V;
3878 Tobe Angeloni Salt Lnko ..... .WW aXX, jffi
3879 J. T. Cosbridgo .Salt Lako Stud8? iu
3880 J. D, Bcstelsen Richfield
3881 P. J. Moran Salt Lako .WW! W!! ".""V pd
, "m, beoB
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time on the part of any of tho horses or
farm hands. Without, the motorcj'clc
an extra horse has to be kept or one
has to bo taken from work in the field
to mako trips of this kind.
"It has met with favor not only
with tho wealthy ifarmcrs but with
those of moderate moans. Many farm
ers felt they could not afford to invest
as nvuch money as it takes to buy an
automobile. The fir3t cost, of a motor
cyclo is no more than that of a good
horse, and tho up-keop cost of it has
been found to bo about one-fifth of
the cost of boarding the average horse.
"It has boon prophesied that it will
be only a few years until the motor
cyclo will be considered neccssarv
equipment on ovory farm in the United
NEW AUTO NUMBERS
THAT WILL NOT DIM
The Bertram Motor Supply company
haB iuBt received a shipment of enamol
number pads for both tho front rend
rear of an automobile which promises
to becomo popular with motor car driv
ers. The new numbers are of a special
design and interchangeable. They are
guaranteed to last a lifetime without
becoming dimmed in any way and will
look as well after ton years as when
Motor car owners find a groat deal
of trouble in keeping their ear numbers
clean and tfrosh looking in complianco
with tho state law, and are frequently
called down by the police for this rea
son. It was to obviate thiB trouble that
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i State Agent, j
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P 406 East 11th South, Salt Lake City. Hyland 2592-W.
caused Mr. Bertram to search VWti''
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