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B J ' THE EAiTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE. UTAH .,- .
Eastern Utah Advocate
H1 PnED L. WATK0U8, Publisher.
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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
ST 1 with authority for the nation, says the Saturday livening Post.
j i Men in high position arc declaring that drunkenness retards all
H f sorts of government work, and arc piling up innumerable instances
S j to prove it.
H , Tliat a country so saturated with and impaired by alcohol as
K these rc)rcscntations would liavc one suppose could have led the
S ' world, time out of mind, in exports, selling manufactures of all sorts
H over the globe in free competition with every other country, sccnu
S. y to us incredible.
T .;( Probablv the war has increased drinking not so much through
J ,1 higher earnings as through the excited, abnormal atmosphere the
H war begets. When a nation lets itself loose for destruction the or-
H i dinary moral restraints on individual conduct arc doubtless loosened
J 4 ' too. Those who praise the moral value of war should devote a cliap-
H tcr, for example, to explaining the increase in illegitimacy.
J , War is a terrific national intoxicant. Its effect on individuals
S ( can hardly be to increase sobriety. (Wc suspect, too, that war is
Hj on the nerves of those who make the most sensational statement"
J, about the ravages of drink among workmen. In a calmer rtatc they
S would probably draw a less startling picture,
t After all rational allowances, however, the evidence is over-
H: " whelming, in this intense strain, that drink docs decidedly impair
J, national efficiency. If it impairs it now, it always impaired it. The
Jf strain simply shows the weak spot. Temperance is the outstanding
J) j lesson of the war, hut strain is followed by reaction. In the reaction
H'" j' J that will follow this war temperance may actually lose ground
H ' t?0 among the nations now belligerent.
ARE YOUTHFUL AT FORTY-FIVE
Vj 'Women of That Ags In This Genera-
m ' tton Do Not Look Over Thirty If
I Thsy Use "Precautions."
V' ,1 Tho American woman of forly-flvo a
' '. generation ago saw hor for y-Ara yeara
a" '. " ., unmistakably reflected In her mirror
Sff, t ' ' In worry lines, flabby throat, graying
I hair, and sagging facial muscles. Tho
SB I woman of that day turned away sadly
fl I t' enough, no doubt, but hor predomluat.
I Ij Ins fueling was a sad resignation to
V ' , tho lnovltablo law which decreed that
' it was not ouly natural but right for a
JKj woman of her advanced yeara to ap
B j jtcar old. Tho woman of forty-flvo to
BH ' day, yos, and even tho woman of (If ty,
V ' r would laugh U ono advancod so absurd
H i ,' an opinion. Tho Ufa of today Is nioro
Jl ' wearing, moro active, than was that of
fl, a generation ago, but her mirror ro-
M, fleets a smooth whlto brow from
fi ' which the worry lines have been lan
X lilicd by tho "forehead strap" and the
Jl, "wrlnklo plaster," and a firm rounded
fl throat and chin, tho contour of which
V Is preserved by tho application of as-
B trlngenta and tho artful "chin strap."
B Her hatr Is abundant and well cared
PH' ' for, and hor soft tkln Is tinted with n
Ppfl'-'; ; kvegbiablo rougu that caunot bo do
PPJI '"" tecled.
PpS Perfectly corseted and llthely youth-
PpV ' ful, sbo finds no dlfllculty In convlnc-
PBB Ing tho most arrant skeptic that sh Is
PBfl under thirty. Voguo.
PBh I 1 Compliment for Grandpa,
yfl Grandpa was visiting In a family
where thuro was a little girl named
1 I.uclllo. Alter ho had gono somcono
PBB' y said, "Well, Lucille, what do yon think
J I m of graudpaT" "Oh," she said, "I think
Hi W ho Is Just nwful cute."
PLEA FOR THE OLD HOME LIFE
Return to It Would Bs of Benefit to
the Nation, Is the Opinion of
Again wo hear tho praises sung of
"tho old fashioned mother" It Is a
themo to arouso tender memories aud
to Insplro Imitation among tho women
of today, remarkr tho Now York Mall.
Tho old fashioned nother, homo-loving
and devoted to hor children, caring for
them In sickness and In health, from
tho cradlo to tho end It was sha who
mudo tho home and kept It, and who
made tho nation strong and great In
tho stability of tta units, tho homes.
Hut thcro was tho old-fashioned fa
thor, too, who found his greatest pleas
uro In being by tho side. of tho old fash
ioned mother, with their children
about them. To him tho family tiro
aldo was tho bust place on earth, and
ho helped to mako It such, and mother
and father were tho bost people In tho
world In those days when they nightly
gathered their brood about them fBr
tho family hour tho best hour In tho
Parents of today loso much by not
being old-fsshlonad, their children loso
moro and tho nation suitors most of
all, for no peoplo can bo truly strong
when tho hearthstono ceases to draw
with compelling forco, and whon fa.
thcr and mother and children are sep
arated In tho pursuit of the exclto
monts thai take tho placo of tho old
fashioned homo life.
Tho leaf of the cocoanut tree Is
nearly thirty feet long; while a slnglo
lenf of the parasol magnolia of Ceylon
will shelter llfteun to twenty persons.
rW;'" 1 :
I I Black Hawk,
HH if t i tfjf Centrally located between the coal camps of Hiawatha and
Hj ' Ji Moluland, and headquaitors for all the miners of the Ajso-
B; ciatcd companies in Eastern Utah. Wc arc placing on the
H i market a tract of 40 acres, divided up into lots s'zc 50 feet by
B , 150 feet. Each lot faces 50 feet street and has 20 foot alley.
B' i Fine business locations. The only privately owned ground near
HL; this fn- growing town.
H ' Residence Lois, $350.00 to $450.00
B ' J . Business Lois, $500.00 to $650.00
H Liberal discounts Jor Cash, or on time to suit your purse.
PH , These lots will double in value within one year.
BB vl Early choice means good location.
HBl. McDonald Real Estate & Investment Co.
HH;j . j We Have No Competitors.
And everything tho lilglirnt
grade In the Liquor And Cigar lln
The High Efficiency
Government Equivalent, 2104 Lbs.
Unequalled for Storage.
Will Not Slack
Dest of Steaming and Heating
& Coke Co.
I Mines at Kcnltworth, Utah.
General Offices, Walker Hank Illdg.
SALT LAKK CITY.
Everything First Class and
Courteous and Pair Treatment to
Ackerman & Ford
A Man With a
From this store hss
the satisfaction of
knowing that he se
lected It from the
Choicest Weaves on
the Market. We are
showing 8 P R I N O
STY LEO galore and
Nsw Models that
have originated ex
cluslvely for THE
DC8T DnES8ED MAN
OF THE UNIVERSE.
Frank L. Buckio
Reduce the High
Cost of Living!
ITOMATOCO, PEAS, CORN AND
10o A CAN
P0TAT0E8 $1,30 PER CWT.
FOR OTHER PRICES CALL AT
PHONE 104 PRICE, UTAH
Specially Designed WorH
Can be had at our mill in connection
with our lumber yard.
We turn out everything in the Carpen
ter line. Submit your wants, we'll
do the rest..
When you buy from us you get guaranteed material.
Smoot-Nixon Lumber Co,
D. D. HOUTZ
Practices In all tho courts of the
state and tho federal courts. Otflcc,
Eighth Floor Kcarns Uultdlng. Salt
Lako City, Utah.
Samuel A. King Claude U King
KING & KING
Commercial Illock Salt Lake City
W. H. FRYE
Practices In n'l courts of tho slate
Also In tho federal courts. Offlco In
ho Miles llulldlng, Price. Utah.
RICHARD B. THURMAN
Will practice In all slate and fed
ertl courts. 222 Koston llulldlng
Salt take City, Utah.
717-710 Judco Illdg-. Bait Ukn City
L. O. HOFFMANN
Olflco In J'arker-Wcotor Illock.
GEORGE A. COLE
Federal and stato land office prac
tlco. Water rlKhts.
921 lloston llulldlng. Salt Lake City
L A. McGEE
Vlglla-llonomo Illock, Price, Utah
A. C. SORENSEN
Physician and 8urgeon
Specialist in Women's and Clill
dren's dUeases. General Surgery and
Medicine. Offlco In l'arker-Wceter
Illock, Price. Utah.
F, F. FISK
Physician and Surgeon
DR. E. F. CHAMBERLAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Ootdwt llule,.
DR. RICHARD D. GREEN
1-6 Vlglla-llonanio Illk.
Offlee hours: 9 to 12; 1 to t
h. j. Mcdonald
Offloo at McDonald Ileal Estate &
ORUQ 8TORE TOR SALE.
On account of other business I v,ll
sell or trado, all or part of my drug
storo at county seat A. good snap foi
a live party. W. C. I'erry, Duchcsno.
I hnvo two good quarter blocks, will
louse or rent on shares this summer to
good responsible party to cultivate and
take caro of; good proposition to right
party. Address H. B .uWs, Price.
JfSu c?n 8et a K001 tlcycla t
Goodman's, at prices that aro right, tt
Efficiency, Service and J
Better Merchandise r
WE believe in helping the people of our B
communi.y; wc have, at all times, con- K
fined out effotts tolcly to the building up V
of our stores by giving the most efficient service '
and the highest grade of merchandise at the B"
lowest price. Wc have added line after line of Hk
stock, until today our stores contain an immense V(,
stock of high-grade merchandise which enables HR
us to compete successfully with Eastern mail HV
order houses and the large stores of Salt Lake B '
Stores Co. I
J. M. DEATIE, Gonortxl Superintendent IE
Stores at IllnWAthn, DUck Hawk, Mohrlnnd nnil East lllswitht B '
and Carbon. HL
Farmers9 Store I
GROCERIES and FARM SUPPLIES I
We are now handling Grain, Hay and Flour B
in carload lots. B
'Prices? Just inquire. B
' But CrnPMm rl-y 0ne"bl Tested Seeds-the Dest that Money ' C
?u.yt' nPhCT,e 8T0CK' GARDEN, HELD and GRAS3 SEE0J.
Just Received a Larne Shipment of
Sudan Grass Seed I
' ViLnZ ADU!h R"''nB Qrass-Sald to De the Create.! 0;a
oer 2.1 J. nX Purcne " able to quote you a pr.ee of j
I Grand'junction Seed Co.l
Corner Fourth and Main Streets . . Qrand Junction, Color" J
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