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THE RICH COUNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH, UTAH WOULD GO FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE TOILET SET Tennessee Farmer Wants to Go From House to House and ft' ever Iliiner for milady's pieces tc match. Beauties! Our reasonable prices iase the way. rlmk-e- ' m;uu'-iir- BOYD PARK Tell Everybody About JEWELERS Teniae. PARK. BLDG BOYD If I were' 160 MAIN STREET not so busy with my would go from house to farm work 1 house and tell the people about Tan-lan said A. J. Livingston, a fanner, living near Ashland City, Tenn. I had stomach and kidney trouble and suffered torment with my back and side. The doctors could do nothing for me, so I wrote to a friend pf mine In Nashville rfbout Tanlac, and he advised me to try it, saying he had heard so many favorable reports about It and sent me a bottle. After taking the first bottle 1 felt so much better that I ordered another bottle myself and the result is I am a well man. 1 told, a friend of mine about It and ordered a bottle for him and he had good results. 1 can eat anything I want and it dont hurt mi, and can sleep like a tog. To tell you the truth, I just simply feel like a new man and haY more strength and energy than I have had in years. It Is simply the grandest medicine in the world. 1 would like to see all of my frient's and get those who are suffe Ing to ry it, and I hope you will reach them through this testimonial, which I have gladly given. Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, which accomplished such remarkable esults !u this mans case, is a won derful tonic, appetizer and lnvigorant. It builds up the system, creates a healthy appetite, promotes digestion and assimilation of the food and makes you feel strong, sturdy ahd ' well as nature intended. Sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. c, well-know- RED STREAKS OF HONESTY; EXIST IN EVERYBODY And thereby we collect more than two hundred thousand dollars yearly. Turn in your claims and we will collect some money for you. ' ' v- - MERCHANTS 7&If ii m m Peso 7n iooky Pfounsin JYaHonsf Park, f,797 &et tp in the A) a UTAHS OLDEST ffiXrrtL DEALEIS S2 6Q W. 4 SOUTH WAS. 269 4. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH CLEANERS & DYERS. Service. Quality. Clothes insured. Work guaranteed. We pay return Price list on request. postage. Myers Cleaners & Dyers. 114 E. Broadway. MONUMENTS. Write for catalog. Standard Marble & Granite Co., 117 W. Broadway. For a real good place to eat, follow the crowds to SHAYS CAFETERIA Opposite Post Office. Down the marble stairs ' RUBBER STAMPS & STENCILS. Seals and ear tags also made. Send for samples, prices, etc. Salt Lake Stamp Co., 65 W. Broadway. - " CO 7A an hour cleaning and shampooing rugs. 'P&.iu Vacuum furnished free. $10 commission op sales. Dodge Bros., 66 E. First South, Sail Luke. BOUGHT. Send us your cream. Western Creamery Co., 244 W. Fourth South. CREAM MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS , of every description on very easy Daynes-BeebWrite Salt Lake. rppp iitLiJj terms Samples of Baloons, Confetti, Noise rr.uk S. Wholesale Co. Box era u. POULTRY BOUGHT. For best results sh.t poultry, eggs and game to Fulton Mkt. Corrwt Write for prices. weight. Prompt returns. She paid it. and then she walked - Engraving Co. When You Think FORD Think 'a tax. ASSOCIATION ENGRAVED WEDDING STATIONERY Announcements Invitations Calling Cards. Your printer is our representative and has complete samples and prices Jennings-Gottscha- ll Are Corns a Luxury? When is a luxury tax? Representative Aaron S. Kreider tells this story: A woman went into a restaurant and ordered a plate of ice cream, and when she came to pay she had a check tor 15 cents and 2 cents was added to it She asked : What does that 2 cents mean? Well, she was told, 15 cents for your ice cream and 2 cents luxury ' PROTECTIVE Francis G. Luk, General Manager Continental Natl. Bank Bldg., City Salt Lake Some people dont like us across the street to the drug store and asked for a corn plaster and she got a check for 10 cents, and 1 cent added. What is the 1 cent for? She said. That is the luxury tax. Well, she said, this is the first time I ever knew that: corns were 1 luxury. Now that is the way it goes. Titere are a great many things to be considered in discussing tax propositions. From the Nations Business. OLD8MOBILE DISTRIBUTORS. Cars & trucks Used car bargains. A. E. Tourssen, 447 S. Main. CJI1 Piston Rings cure your motor troubles Gill Piston King Co., 15 East Fourths mb ELASTIC STOCKING MFRS. Manufacturers abdominal. Maternity supporter Truss fitters. S. H. Bowmar Co., Brooks Arcade WELDING, AUTO RADIATORS & Machinerj built and repaired. Best' and cheapest. Pottei Welding & Repairing Co., 551 South Stats. TYPFWRITF1K The Baby Fo weigh s u All makes rented and sold. I t.ib Office & School Supply, W. Second Soluh St. Unjust Teacher. It was the' infant classs alphabet ' lesson, and the teacher had progressed as far as the letter B, when she noticed that one little girl was obviously Walking over to her, and pointing to the letter on the blackboard, she asked : Now, Maggie, what leuer is that? Maggie, of course, did not know, so teacher, with a gentle shake explained : Letter B, letter B. answered the Please, teacher, child, with one tearful eye . on the child next to her, I aint touching L. D. S. BUSINESS COLLEGE. of Efficiency. All commercial branch. Catalog free. 60 N. Main St.. Salt Lake Ci y. School FITTING CORSET PARLORS. Specialists in designing, making, fitting corsets. Hemstitching, embroidering, braiding, accordx-and side pleating. Buttons made. 40 E. Bdwy. KID VULCANIZING & RETREADING. Quality and service. Standard Tire Works, 361 So. State. Inventors' repairing. Models Made. Key, lock and gun Knudspn Novelty Co., 355 So. State. SEE YOUR LOCAL PUBLISHER For loose leaf binders, special blanks, records of all kinds. He gives Quality Service. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. Qualify as bar-bin few weeks. 43 S. West Temple Street. her!" ARTISTS' MATERIALS ASPIRIN Name C. R, SAVAGE CO If South Main. Fine kodak finishing and enlarging. Artists materials, picture flaming, kodaks and films. Bayer on Genuine SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE secured if you mention this paper when writing above firms. FREE EMPLOYMENT ,,. . Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer oh package or on tablets yon are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-on- a years and proved safe by mllUons. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester ef Salicycacid. The Stage Today. Alfred Noyes, who is conducting a strong of the In saw a campaign for the purification drama, said in a recent address: Fifth avenue the other day I crowd assembled before a hair- dressers shop window. The window contained a wax presentation, life size, of a young lady about to enter her bath. As I turned disgustedly away I heard a young man say: Why, this hairdresser has stolen the plot of at least six of Broadways forthcoming plays. He Is bound to be sued right and left for plagiarism. " Another Golden Rule. Let us be very gentle with our neighbors failings, and forgive our friends their debts as we hope to be forgiven. Thackeray. our-elv- ftttokr Mlefifti fholo t CoM Denver Tourist Vy. s CV'vj Areu By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. OTORING on the Roof of the World that is what the visitors to the Rocky Mountain National park are For the famous doing tills summer. Fall River road over the Continental Divide Is open at last. This wonder-roa- d climbs up 11,797 into the turquoise blue of the Colorado sky and for several miles runs high above timberline and sometimes far above fet the clouds. The completion of this automobile highway through Rocky Mountain' is of national interest and importance. Since the most popular of all the national parks (1920 attendance: 240,-96- 6 visitors; 50,562 private automobiles) was established in 1915 it has been visited by 761,141 people and 145,842 private automobiles from every nook and cranny of the United States. Hitherto have been privileged t cross only the Now through the park on foot or horseback, anyone who can stand the altitude cap make the trip by car In comfort The opening of this road has therefore jeen awaited with Impatience by the army of national park tourists (1,058,455 Jn 1920). The Fall River road Is three roads In one: It establishes connection between Estes park and Grand lake, the east and west entrances to Rocky Mountain. It completes a Manic automobile high able-bodie- d The Salt Lake City Board of Education is endeavoring to cooperate with parents, farmers, and other employers, in providing employment for boys during the summer vacation. If you have work suitable for boys from 14 to 18 years of age kindly communicate with the office Of the superintendent of schools, 312 City and County Bldg., Salt Lake City, PHONE Was. 6138 ."V-S- way circuit of approximately 236 miles which begins at Denvei;. It puts the east and west slopes of northern Colorado in touch. This automobile highway circuit out of Denver is sensationally scenic. Its varying elevations suggest Its scenic possibilities: Denver, 5,000 feet.; Estes park, 7,500; Roof of the World, Milner pass, 10,760; Grand river, 9,040; Grand lake, 8,375; Granby, 8,013; Berthoud pass, 11,330. Thus the motorist circles from the irrigated plains cloud-land- s through the foothills to the wilderness where grow the Alpine flowers beside the everlasting snow and back to the plains, crossing the Continental Divide twice and enjoying the peaks, lakes, streams and forests of both slopes. s declare that this Denver circle Some day Mount Evans route is a world-beate(14,260), with its magnificent scenic environment, will be added to the Rocky Mountain National park and an automobile road built to Its summit. The Fall River road is the crowning touch of this scenic circle. Its route Is shown in white across the black of Rocky Mountain. The numerals mark: 1, Roof of the World; 2, Milner Pass; The 3, Grand river; 4; Longs peak (14,255). photographs reproduced give hints of the scenic glories. No. 2 shows cars skirting Sheep lake In Horseshoe park, about seven miles from Estes park and near the beginning of the climb up Fall River canyon, the lowest notch In the skyline. No. 3 Is taken from one of the six or more hairpin turns that enable cars to climb up Fall River canyon to the Roof of the World on a reasonable grade. The view Is heck (south) toward Estes park, from an elevation 'tf 9,500 feet. 11,-79- Globe-trotter- r. BUREAU MARK C. BROWN, J. CHALLEN SMITH, ' Directors. 4 No. 1 Is the Roof of tlie World, about IS miles Estes park. Here for nearly three miles the runs almost level at an elevation of mow two miles over a carpet of Alpine flowr is a panoramic view of a hundred miles. No. 4 shows a visitor looking down into the crater of Specimen mountain (12,482). The Fall River road, visible in the background, now drops past the Poudre lakes and through Milner pass (the Continental Divide) to Grand river, five miles away and 28 miles from Estes park. Here from road than Here the road turns abruptly to the south and runs for 12 miles along the Grand river to Grand lake. No. 5 shows a glimpse of Grand lake, big and blue and deep, surrounded by mountains, with its hotels and summer homes and its yacht club, 40 miles by the Fall River road from Estes park. No. 6 means trout in Fall river, in Grand river. In Grand lake aid nearly everywhere along the road. As the visitor speeds along he makes his own combinations of motion-picture- s scenic beauty. ever-changi- Above Advertisement is for benefit of our State and is not paid advertising. Says Uncle Eben. I blleves In art--; said Uncle Eben, an I wants It lncouraged. But I hates to see a boy spendln his life being a poor painter when he might of been a good whitewasher." Crackless Porcelain. Forcelaiu cracks because the glaze ith which It is coated expands at a ifferent rate from the clay of which A manufacturer In t Is composed. lurope Is now making a glaze that 'ias the same coefficient of expansion is porcelain. Shakespeare and Nature. Shakespeare was naturally learned; ie needed not the spectacles of the looks to read nature; he looked In ard and found her there. Dryden. .