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H Price, Utah.
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H I went mourning without The Sun;
H I stood up and cried in tho congrcga-
B tion. Job, 3028,
I The Wonders of America
fl Of T. T. MAXEY
fl THE "0EA-QOINQ" RAILROAD.
KKV WKST I nearer llio cnslern
terminus of the I'nnnmn ciinnl, by
1 almost .100 miles. Hi mi mi) oilier of our
H pulf HirtH. It Is H'lwrntcil from the
H main In ml 1 1) the I'lorldii kes n more
H or ls illMtHinrctr-l rtrlnj: of Inlands,
M roiml largely f coral ind lime-
M To reap lite hem-fit nf Its strnleitlc
M position, iMtwrxpr. direct nml quick
M Irnnwrtailmi with the main land wns
H nepniMory. A mllnwd whs lint nil-
M sw. Its nmstructlnn Ana considered
B Intpmctlnthlo nml Impossible. Hut
titer tin1 men wlm - 1 1 1 undertake Hiiy-
H llilng. The lale Henry M. I'lawlcr fur-
nlsiteil lli fmnW ami the work Mas lie-
M cut) In IWsS, Mm fmm litany cllttuf,
B tiwlortal of man) l ml ami nw ihHIi-
M oil of rmiMriiellim were railed Into
H sen Int. 'I lie wlmls, vaes. h torrid
M sun. many known ami hiismiui fae-
M tors had l Ik Entitletl with ami
Hl sol Mil. ICren nature Imil in lie iir-
M coiiie. TIih eoiuHrueltiHi niul he storm
i I'nmi Homestead, where the exlen-
H slim hevtlts, to Ke West. It Is l'JS
B. mlle. JiiihHik from Island to Island
H nre 11 miles nt timer el e unit xladuela
L nml 4x miles of steel hrhlnea one of
H lilJi eonlHlns !l.t m its. Tho eon-
T striictlw of the Hue ihi the IslamU
m fretter was rtmiimrHllTely simple.
1 JotNlHK llw lalaml h rail was the
H ticklish !(.
H TlwtikN Km iwnlii". writ ntvd tin-
tlrliHC efforts of Hie Miutneers, ono may
M now enjo) the heretofore uulhlnkMhle-
H nml iiiiliue extMNieni'e of rltllntc from
H Key Vft to Miami In ahout llvelMiiirs.
H on n Intlii rtimiliiic for the mot mrt,
H mer uhIht lieacMil of on laud.
M THC WMITC HOUSE.
inn UK home of the preslilcnt of the
1 llnlh'il Sinlef, Kenerttll) liluiVMi ns
. the White IIHe, II rW lietfiiiie Miovwt
Hj ng stieli ulten It hiin imluted lille to
B tttver lh nwrks of lire ilfter IihIiir
H IHillally homed h the ItrllMi In 181 1
H, Tho ftHliKlulliiil of this uorhl-fumnil
Bi hiruetiire mis put down In Otlnlur.
H 171 IS. It whs the first hulldliiK oriittil
In WhcIiIiikIoii 'I lie site whh pli'lttsl
B' hy riesldent (ieork't) WiishliiKtou, who
Kk "lk told the corner stone.
Hh 'I ho hulldliiK mis llrst oeeiipleil hy
V rrchkiit John AiIhiiis, ilurlm; the
1 auiiimer of 1KN). It Is two stories nml
H)' basement, mid foul-ilus ill rooms. It
Hh I urroiindeil t, u umi'lmis Inwn nml
B'l fnrdeu. whlih lire liulnsetl li) n Iiiik
H ' iron feme. Whelher lewed throiiKh
H the liotn folhiKe of tho uliint trees
H or nroM winter's mniitlo of snow, It
H! n I two n ImiKi rexlful nml ill(,'iilllcil.
H 'I he White House nutiinill) Iiiih Iiihmi
v (lie ineiie of iniiii) InutMlli nml (imi'-
Hi dies, tn ii t It Jn), nml iiIho litis liiul Its
H hllre nf itnxlet mid Krlef, It holds
H it pouilliir Interest, for tho people of
H! nil nullons, (hone of the United Hliilcs
H In piirlltiilar. It Is a point of pll-
Hj Krlmiiee for ihmiKiimls mid iliuiikiimls
H, of penphi mmunlly, who (nine In ml-
b mire Its ihcoriitlons mid pulntlnirs,
H study the rtlks nf pnst occiipaiils mid,
K1 If opportunity offers, group tho IiiiikI-
of tho first citizen of tho hind. To u
HL greater degree perhaps than any other
H ItulldliiK In tho world, peoplo of nil
Hlf nees mid rmiks lme mlugleil under Its
H MAMMOTH CAVE, KENTUCKY.
M AMMO J II t'AVB, tho largest of a
number of caos In Kdinoiulsmi
HI louiity, Keuliiek), Is said to be the
Bf largest u)o-tnuwn. It extends for
r nlnuut a mile bulnw the turfuce of the
BBKf eiirih iiml contains about 100 miles of
HBJ passage wajs. Here are frMpiu,cd
Ht perhaps the greatest nml grandest ex-
Hj miiplfs In tho world of the wonderful
P, work of water In underground suilptur
E Ilrf illscotery was another rase of
H the hunter and tho hear dute about
m 1600. 'J he bear, wounded, crawled
HSe Into the cino and esruped, The hunt-
k er followed and llcoerrd the cae.
Hn A lslt to this me Is certainly a
m unique and wonderful ejcponence. No-
HjL where el so cnu It be dtiplliated. The
r Interior Is a muze of domes, pits, halls,
H chambers, pillars, temples, 'cufccad
I I . I
L The End of a Perfect Day
((VtTti.m " I . ' I LJ
cnxrrns, croasees, stnlnrlllM me
slntngmlles, CHnetl stone nml til lie'
characteristic nml t-eciilliir 4ii'iiiniieie.
nnd fnlrjllke forms fashionable It.
cae arrhlteclure. There are lakes and
rlxers In II one can iHmttitle (Hi tin
Kclio tier for half n mile. The loft)
llmeatone tustf. 00 feel IiIkIi In plaees,
and the hattlementetl shorea relltH'l
mid magnify ctery Hitind.
The (Kant's Collin Is the Urgent roek
In the ee. It Is IS feet thkk, -in feel
lung and weigh 2,000 tons. Mammoth
lliinie (lie IsrMest and moul Impresshe
of man). Is 280 feet high. Man) tnrle
ties of animal life are found. InrludlnR
ejeleaa lth Mini blind crHllli. 'Jhe
Mir Is hm1 nod the iMMperalure even
nlHtilt Rl degrees There nre sewral
rtiules ilirtmch the eae, the longest re
nnlrintc h full tiny.
THC CROOKCDEOT RAILROAD IN
TIIK MiHint TniimliHils mid Mulr
WihhIs ralltvity runs from Mill Val
Ity. ('iillfiirnln, to the top of Mount
Tsnwliwls llio guardlnti of our fa
mous (lohlvii (ale. the entrnnee to Han
l'raiirte Isty. This mlnlalure rail
way Is hut 'JO miles long The longest
plere of strnlght track Is AH feet It
contains 21 eure. In one place the
track itarallels Itself the times in a
llltle more ihnii M)0 feet forming an
slltmt perferl ihtuble Ihi knot Ho
cronked Is this Itnv that If nil the
curves were coutlnuou, I lie) would
make -IS complete circles. It one of
the imtt Homlerfiil pieces of engineer
Ing on the AmerlcHii continent.
'I lie ctirttHts looking, oil-burning loco
iiMttlte Mpilnns Its way tall llrst push
Ilia: the train up the tortuous irtuk
on h grade NXeraglug Mx feet lo the
hundred, In II e summit, -.W2 feel
alHite the valley below
The rc'tson for It all Is, of course.
tin lew from 'lie tup of this peak
hMiIi sImiiiIs on the ery edge of Hie
U H. A. Hi to, the ee. In one fiir
rettelilni: sweep, lommmuls a panonima
of mouniiilu". forest, bay, Ixlaml (Ity
aid Mst. blue between the Sierra
iimunlnlns nml the I'aellle occtin
thlcli..'iis Mild. Is not Mirpnsscil from
the summit of any other mountain
peak In the world.
Worth mentioning In pasting, loo, Is
the fact that the gnwrmmnt record
lug station here, shows more sunshine
per day limn any other recording sta
tion In this lountry.
The return trip Is Hindu hy gratify
the trulu coasting nil the way down.
Ilertlm's mother was plucking the
featheis from n chicken and the Utile
ouo was greatly Interested In water
ing her whin Ihe doorbell rang. Ilertha
was tent to answer (he hell, nnd when
tho caller asked where her mother wns
Ihe tot nnswered "Bbe's In the kltih
en undressing it thicken, nml l
Flour, Feed and
Buy where buying Is tho lest front
tho house that specializes in flour,
feed and grain. The best for much
Marquis seed wheat, chicken feed
wheat. Several cars of Swedish select
seed oats. Ready for early buyers.
Gcod yielder and adapted to this lo
cality, Oth a seed grain of all kinds. Tip
Top, Turkey Red and Six X Flour,
good steak where good oteak is sold.
South Ninth Street,
"Cotonil, I henli. Mth, yeh linre Inld
in n new supply of liquor, nn' I under
Mnn' It Is right high In price now a
"My denr Mnjnh, I nh paid Jes'
i nine ilollnh n qunwt foil It. snht"
"Ain't that n trifle expensive, Col
"Not In my cstlmntlnn, snh. It Is
lb' ful lime I Imte enh had Hi' prlr
liege f wlii' somewlnh nenh tir fig
lire I lmc nln)s conldercd It wulli
J SSBSSi SSSB 5B SSS
ll's nil right for oii (it feel super
ior lo others for its eertnin I hey nre
feeling superior to oii.
( lollies don't iieeewwrlly make the
until, hut sometimes they mnke one
'i i'l look like lie Is.
The ilewrtinent of ngricullua is I
ilmiking of placing n quarantine on I
nil Irinl stocks from tho Orienl. I
He m the Unlit of Jier life Itefnro
inirringe nnd nnturall nft.'rwanl she I
liKoii I want her light to qo 'iin '
I Utah's Best
i J r i i'
j King, fgk .
: Black Hawk, JM :
t Panther. W ;
Utah Coal Sales
I Agency l
818 Kentna lllds. Snlt Lnke City, Utah
-e4. 4--e -r l
Price Trading Co.
The Busy Store
Headquarters for Shoes, Hose, Hats,
Underwear, Groceries and Hardware.
Flour, $6.25 ,$7.00, $7.50 per cwf. Potatoes
FEED AND SEED OATS AND HAY
' Lard,2-lbs 65c; 5-lbs., $1.65; 10-lbs.,
, $3.00. Small Hydro Pura, four for 25c;
I Small Gold Dust, four for 25c; Small AB
Powder, four for 25c.
Price Trading Co.
Next to Post Office, Price, Utah.
One Dime Far Brick
And when you hare savad enough, you build your temple of
You don't get rich over night.
You get rich over saved money.
And being rich isn't tho most important part of it cither. It
is tho independence that counts and puts a personality into your
hooso of saved dollars.
Don't begin tomorrow begin TODAY.
SAVE CENTS. SAVE DOLLARS, AND ACQUIRE IN
DEPENDENCE. Price Commercial & Savings Bank
Member Federal Rcservo System.
I NOTICE I
j Buy your Fords from Walters Motor i
ji Co. New agency and new' location North ?
5 Room the Tavern Building, South Eighth l
i street, Price, Utah. i
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j Walters Motor Co. f
IS JOHN J. WALTERS, Mgr. I
Fig&tiig Hiuiger '
Hunger la never moro thnn n few days
away from the American people.
Tho coal strike showed ua what a narrow
maru'n the country goes on, oven in anon
psrishable necessity which can be stored.
Swift & Company is engaged in tho
1 business of fighting hunger.
From coast to coast, from tho Great
Lukes to the Gulf, tho lines of defenso are
drawn packing plants at strategic points;
branch houses in four hundred towns and
cities; hundreds of car routes; thousands
of refrigerator cars; tens of thousands of
byal men and women expert in their work.
Day by day, hour b hour ceaselessly,
till fight, your fight, goes on. Yet so
cm aothly, surely and victoriously that you,
un twore how close hunger always is, are
as certain each night of tomorrow's meat
cs you are of tomorrow's sun.
And so economically is this dono that the cost
to you for this service is loss tluw three cents a
pound of meat sold. The profits shared in by
more than 30,000 shareholders whose money
malteB the victory possible is only a fraction of
cent a pound on all products.
If hunger did not maho it necessary for us to
I fight this fight in the best possible way for all
concerned, tho competition of hundreds of other
packers, large and 6mall, wou.d compel us.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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