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THE UTAH If you want a diamond you can tat on now at $150.00 par carat la long aa thay last w are sailing I limitad lot from half carat atonaa up to two carata. XX Each atona tuarantaad of flnaat cut, claan and tsrfact. Qunnison la to have a waterworks system, funds having been voted tor that purpose. The business men of Grantsvllle have started a movement looking to the organization of a bank In that thriving little town. In 1908 there were 4.122 marriages and 628 divorces In the state of Utah, while In 1909 there were 4, BOO marriages and 630 divorces. Morris Johnson, who accidentally allot himself while cleaning a shotgun at his home in Salt Lake City, la reported to be out of danger. A canning factory at Murray la now assured. Work upon the. erection of such a plant will begin, as soon as a suitable location can be secured. Hen Otborne, 36 years of age, em ployed at the Utah Copper mill at Garfield as a mechanic, was caught on a line shaft In the mill Saturday after" ' noon and InHtantly killed. A movement Is on foot at Provo to organize a state Jersey association for the purpose of encouraging the breeding of high-clas'Jersey cows for the dairy and nome use. l.liteoh S. Walcott, & veteran of the Civil war and a prominent mining uan, died nt his home in Salt Lttku City on Friday, after a brief illness. Mr. Walcott came to Utah In 1874. There are elpht Irrigation companies in Rich county, wltb a of $141,256. and. theee companies have 61.6 miles of canala. The estimated acreage IrrlKUted by them It US 25 CENTS FOR A PACKAGE OF SB FOR TENDER FEET ' SCHRAMM JOHNSON, DRUGS THE STORE NO. SALT LAKE CITY 1 s ! art Iht true fauoiitloo of largt Good crops. Oar bit Catalog, tells all about tbe best lerdi (bat (row. Seed" far Fre CepV. VOGELER SEED CO., Salt Lake City U 34.680. every year to TEST OUR SEEDS a mm But whro you but them you ran depend Quality. Writwtorour FrM Dsscriptlva Catalog. PORTER-WALTOCO., Salt Laka City they pnssesaThs N S STAMPS RUBBER 8TENCII.B. II KS, TKAUK let... Vull In Block. ks u.lif Outfits, ami Mail orders receive pmuipl aitciiltiin. SALT LORE STAMP CO.. Salt lake City lot Rubber Type After the Separation. "Ah. my lad, you are a fine little fellow." 'Thank' you. air." boy or "And are you niamma'a boy?" aapa's "I spend six months In tne cusioaj the urchin answered t each." Louisville Courier-Jou- r jourteously. al. COcONIST RATES. 8end me the names of your friends others In the East who are Interested In Utah, and we will mall thetn topy of our "Hints to Husbandmen." ind give them full Information regard-nthe one way Colonists rates to CUh from Chicago, Omaha, and other Eastern points, which are on sale laily March 1st to April 15th, 1910. ncluslve. See agents Salt Lake Route ior further Information, or address 11. P. A., J. II. MANDF.RF1ELD. A. Route. Salt Lake, t'tab Hall k Really Serious. a "I understand that you have hunttd great deal." "Yes." . you ever shot a man owing jo the fart 'that you mistook him tot i rabbit or anything like that?" "No, the most serious mistake I aver made was one when I shot Into a hor-set'- "Hae t nest, rat" supposing-l- to be a wuu- - Diagnosing Kansaa. Henry Allen says Kansas Is tba "barometer" of the nation, Itay Stand-lar- d liaker calls It the "fountain-lead- . " Governor lloch says It Is 'the meat In the national sandwich." In a in other words, a fountain-heaandwlch Is a barometer. Isn't that llesr? - Kansas City Journal. , d Fancier's Miseries. - , Joe "How's things. Bill? mil "Rotten! lxst three dogs an (be old woman; an one of ibeta was aorth A Dog COLONIST RATES. From Chicago, 8t Paul. Minneapolis. Omaha. Kansas City and other East trn points to Acoma. Nevada, and Cub stations on the Salt Lake Route, an sale dally March t to April IS. 110 Inclusive. Send us the names of your friend In the East who are Interested. For further Information see any Route arnt or address Halt J. If. M ANDKKFIKLD. A. O. P. A, Route. Salt I.ake, Ftah. Ball An Annual Luxury. An Lfsa'lsh Isoy went to visit his two Kcotcb cousins duritie his sum His breakfast every oier vacation. morning consisted of plain oatmeal, nd he got very tired of it. "Ssy. Jsrk," he said, "don't T'" ever have milk with your porridge ? Jack turned to his brother. "Eh, Tom," he said, "th lad thinks It's Cbrslmas" Success Magazine. Thcta SuTrsgist Dsys. "My father was a Small Toy geft Small (iirl "You mean you mar, on t yerr M. A. P. An Enthusiast. early " shopping "Oh, I'm so pleased with the results Etr bsl Joutaal Katipss City In Lena Gulch. CIts - "ll.e hotel If so crowded. Mr, that li e beat we tsn do Is to ant same room with the proyon In right hum ie prietor." Ouest st "Thai slil be a't Hht; jatt la the safe." by valuable MUSTARD Yes.- By LUD0VIC HALEVY (Cupyi iuhtud by Ijliurl blurlus Cu , For eight years my 1.10.) schoolmate ... traveled wearily round and round a large square with grated openings, like This was genuine circus horses. termed our recreation. At the end of these eight yeurs our prison doors bad MiiHuard and myself been opened and a brood of bachelor took their flight. We were free at lust. Mussard was the rich boy of the college. He went to riding school on Tuesdays, and quite dazzled us. with his spurs, his patent leather boots, his cravnta and his dogskin gloves. He had bis duels, and bis tilbury with a little negro for a groom. In fact, lie was one of the glories of the Latin Quarter, and when he appeared, followed by his black roan, be was greeted with "Vive Musnard! Vive lx)ulou!" Loulou was the name of the negro. Ten years afterward I ran across him In the greenroom of a theater, dressed In the costume of a prince of Abyssinia. By the time he was- - 23. Mussard bad received 200,000 francs of his inheritance from his father. Mussard senior died this same year, 1857, and his fortune was divided among his four children. Mussard's share was half a million. At tbe end of five years he was penniless, with a hundred francs of He was compelled to set to debt. work to do something for a living. He had one fixed Idea: To get rich again so aa to be able to amuse himself. When I met him In 1S62 be was on foot. No more tilbury, no more negro! He was In the best of spirits, however. He came to see me often after that, and he always had some scheme In view; something sure, with millions In It, to be bad for the mere trouble of picking It up. But In the meantime he was a trifle embarrassed five louls would be agreeable to him. The request was always made He waa no frankly and cheerfully. shamefared pauper; on the contrary, he waa a confident, brilliant one. I gave him five louls twice, thrice, then I grew discouraged. My friend was becoming too costly. I lessened the amount of tbe gift to one louls. He was not In the least offended at this. He always took the money without looking at It. He was delicate In his Indelicacy. "I keep an account of It all." he would say. "I shall be able to pay back all I owe you In a few months. If And It is a my new scheme succeeds. good one. I csn assure you." I met him rcgulatly every six months. It was always something new; be was going the next day to Join Garibaldi In Italy; be was about to become the manager of a provincial theater, and be wanted me to take a letter for him to Psrdou; he was the representative of a wlnehouse, th editor of a government paper; be was going to America to take part in the civil war, on whlrb side be bad not yet decided, besides, that didnt matter In the least; be was writing a plav; and so on. ad Infinitum. He waa a veritable knight of labor, and so witty, original and merry withal. On one occsskin I met him In Bordeaux. He wore topbnota, a red Gsrl-bsl!- l shirt and a felt bat. He rushed op to me as snnn as be spied tne. "So It is you!" be exclaimed. "Here In Bordeaux! Wbst luck! Where are yon atoppln?" "At the Hotel o France." "Hsve you any clothes with you?" b aakel eaeerly. -What kind of clothes?- "A change- "Of course" "Come rlrht off. then. We are sbonit the same heiM. I know yon ill lend me a suit." "1 tok him. or rather be tor-me, lo my hotel. On the way be told me tils story and contlncwl me bow teres him to out of his aary It was a rifr-present garb. He bad --position as secretory to a dputy at s salary of 3"0 frnrg a mritft. nnt the deputy bolonsed tt the extreme fieht, and to present himself n revowas a thin not to j lutlonary costume te tiioosnt or; nmi-- s the urgent, need if conventional clothes. On resfhing my spartmmf h- - at otire pfwe1ei tit mske bis toi'et, je- ' (,f t;J-,s fie serit.ing the battl H" oV Bt e m f "iit, a. proceeded. treshed and combed Mmjr com ' placently before tie niirtof. "t pon tnv avoffl! b.w wft biol. Tour coat f'ls me pifrriy. f shall sure'y get the pis' e l He Iporrowed Ms 20 frsn--and. wltbojil taking time to thank me ! be was off. lesvlng Ms red sbitt, gray bat, sword and boots mr-Tl ree months later, ttx'n Hustard csrrled a splendid of rd morocco under hta arm. I askHI "Low's your deputy "'My deputy! Pay 'my dVt'H-s- ' ratbet. I bave two tf tfcem at pre ent '" - - ;" ', ; . - ; , Jut ; r f fr n , i bea-lnntn-g well-ordere- . d I -- , . , us-ia- . r d s - f I 1 OPERATION laa "Well, both my deputies are In It. In the right pocket Chambord; In the left, Gaiobetta. The papers get mixed sometimes, and there la a pretty Interand poppies. I mingling of fleur-de-li- s have filled this double position for three months without the least fatigtie. I am forming for myself useful and solid relations in ' the potlticul " and business world, and one of these days I ah.Ul be able to make 'use of my deputies to launch myself" In some profitable enterprise." ,Tnree monthn later.' this very thing was accomplished. I met Mussard riding In a carriage, hired by the month, It Is true, but a carriage, nevertheless. He was president of a, large elertrlcaf company to be formed at Marseilles but which, was never formed. I might mention Incidentally. On Tuesday. January 19. 1886. as I was walking along a street In Purls, about seven o'clock In the evening, I saw a coupe stop a few steps ahead of me. and 1 heard the driver call for the gate 'to be opened. I continued to advance until I had to halt to allow the carriage to cross the pavement Just ahead of me. The gaslight fell full upon me and Just as the vehicle waa about to pass under the porte-cocher-e of a very elegant private hotel I heard my name spoken and saw a face at the window. It waa my old friend Mussard. He leaped out on the sidewalk and exclaimed: "So It Is you. is It! What" an fellow 1 am to let you hear nothing from me for two years, since I have hecome rich! For I am rich. This hotel Is mine; the coupe In which I drove up Is mine and the horses, too. I have three more in tbe stable. These valuable paintings are all mine and I have a round sura In the bank. And to think that I did not hunt you up to thank you; you. who In my bad days never abandoned me! I am going to pay you back all the money you lent me this very night. It will be a nice sura and I know you never expected to get It. You might as well own up to It. You didn't believe me when I promised to pay you, but you were wrong. You shall see your account, and your money, too. Come, come." Aa he spoke he urged me along again. As for myself, I was completely bewildered. We crossed a spacioua salon. In which another bright fire crackled. We entered a library furnished with sumptuous simplicity, in tbe center of which stood a massive oak table covered with papers, pamphlets. Journals, etc. Mussard took an account book nut of a drawer. "Here Is your account. Five louis, five louls, five louls, then seven louls, given separately. You lessened the loans,", this with a saille. VTben ftvo louls again 1 7"bo" ffply to my )tter think! I was' at from Pletfca: Plevna! What a strange 'episode of my life! Then separate louls again. The sum total )s V. louls. ' will pay you now." He took from the same drawer a large, IscK- toomroo pocketbook, in which were- carefully arranged a respectable number' of bank notes, and ; A t ' i he paid oie! "And now you must do me a great favor." Said he "You must dine wits tn. areNo exrnses.for I ahatl keep you. the evening. You dressed You ere going to din at some Hob. Give me the preference. I have so many tblnits to t"Jl 1ru ' flow I made my fortune, first of all. Then, too, I bare some one) to show you; I am expecting a slnirnlar guest, a Bolivian general; a genuine artirle. He calls himself Moyabamba; he's coming to talk over a question of railroad In Ikillvla. I feel quite sure that you bave never dined wltt. a Bolivian gen. SAVED" afterward learned that a theatrical manager had offered him an engagement .solely because of; his personal appearance and strange accent. Mussard made the coffee himself, Turk fashion. Aa the fragrant liquid steamed up in the cups, the host, in a state of perfect bliss, told me how fortune had at last smiled upon him. "You know always at some scheme or another. Well, finally 1 fell ' I , ' ; ;. He spoke with s decided accept Waa it that of Bolivia,-o-r of Marseille! or Toulouse? I could not decide, but ! t eral." "Never, Indeed." I found words to reply. "Well, you will, this veolng. Tbere to all thins:." Is a Mussard rang. A domestic appeared Instantly. Tbe establishment wag cerone. tainty a "Have another cover laid." "Yes. monsieur le comte." Mussard wss a cotinl! fount fV men" fotpa4 working Salt Ike Mussard! City. One night rcentlr. after holdMy astonishment bersme stupor. I ing up th ernrluctr and motorman have shown my feelincs, for nust of a street csr. on tit tbe robbers broke out Into boisterous "Mussard returned tbe conductor's wstrb, the IsoahieT. latter having Informed the rfMer "Ah, I foraot; you do not know that trh was a cherished presthst the Or, I bave Wmii'I Con! fan ent frtnu a rfln'lve. mors) nothing itnseine ait. rob to fidiu!'i; When a fViotpad a'tempt'-t tnoti Itieit. wharwt.nld you? Ti e ll'lo Mis Olaijys Oren on a da-- k dropped 4vn iiprh m" frora tr uttsi In Ss'.f Ia'ko one si.i--t rerent'y. he List year. I rendered a service to a was painf'iiiy surprised, t h yiin: a foyal biehness. If fvwf onn e'abtiin him repe11j- with the son of a prince. H was a batin. until the tboro'ithly cfed only a matter of about 2,0o0 franc. robber was forrefl to fee for his lite. Tbe young man obtained the title of ehi is to have a library and gymns 'count" for me out of gratitude." slum If plana now developing are oon the general wss announced. A Is commute brought to fruition. wote a correct evening costume He to form a canvassing for bis breast was covered with decoand cvfrporatkm which wlil erect so opera A commander's crews bung rations bouse and bftil fuotn, with library and from bis fieek y broad suspended gymnasium In connection, something yellow ribbon and a Jeweled ornament after the p:n of lee one t Mao'!. sparkled from the left lapel of his As a resu't of a f severs! bls'k tost dairies at Ksjsvi;ie i,r the city f'e-"What an elaborate costume for and dairy rromi!'iir, at least two rb a email dinner, general!" ex n dsfries will bave their pern-iltMutasrd. claimed -milk It Is not for yoo, my dear count," "Explain Sat fjske City revoke J rn -sccoiint of riot being ab to come np lty deputy of tbe MgM nsed tn replied .tte art"1; 1 n "going out musical Ibis etenlng t, fbe standard In rersrd to th atly ttkoraings. I waa at liberty after to - . , ., sMibsr-riptloti- "What of UT' ibst I n going to order my hr tendance ssved ber Hie. Tbe senate has passed Seaator Sutherland's bill to make available for the use of the reclamation service, la connection with the Strswberry valley project In Utah. 11,000 acres of land on tbe former Uintah Indian res rvatloa. The government will pay II :& an acre for the land. Officers of tbe Utah WW Growers association have arranged for tb publication of monthly bulletins, to be distributed to all wool growers In the state, railing attention to certain phases of the business, condition of the market, and giving other data of advantage to the sheepmen. There are a twipl of "real gentle- 1 did my Christina I At the good roads convention held In Richfield, a motion carried to expend the state and county funds on the roads leading north and south from Richfield, an equal amount to be spent In each direction. In Rich county there are three creameries, one at Randolph, one at Laketown and one at Woodruff. There ia a flour and grist mill at Laketown. Five sawmills are scattered over the eounty. There are two saloons. In the county. According to statistics compiled by State Statistician H. T. Haines, there were Just two more divorces granted in the state In 1909 than in 1908, while the marriages for 1909 show an Increase of S78 as compared with the previous year. A number of Lehl people who have taken up enlarged homesteads In Rush valley, are preparing to Join with their Clover Creek neighbors and enclose a tract of about 10.000 acres within one common fence. They will operate the tract as a "dry farm." Preliminary step looking to the annexation of portions of Davis coun ty to Weber were taken last Saturday by. a delegation of Davis county farmers who met with the officials of Weber county and a number of Ogden lawyers to consider the matter. Wllford Pnlraer. a mechanical gen ius of Tooele, after seeing Paulhan'a built a model flying machine has which la fitted with clockwork and H Is on bids fair to be a success. exhibition In a store window and Is exciting a great deal of Interest. Crge Jacob Hunter, ased 8, ws fatally Injured while playing In the school yard at Ogden. While playing a game of "guinea peg." one of the larger boys struck a heavy hickory peg which struck the Hunter boy In the temple. Inflicting fatal Injury. Pete Sullivan of Salt Lake City and "Blrdleg" Collins of Denver boxed twenty rounds to a draw at Ogden Friday nUbt. and as neither state or county officials made any attempt to stop the fight, the sports are hoping ih.K tb JefTrlvs-Jobneoscrap may oe hrld in Utah. IWause uer husband failed to kiss ber good night as be went to bit vork. Mrs. Fred Wlatt. young wife of a Cremsn on the leaver at Rio Grande railway, attempted suicide at home In Sal l.k City, by awal lowing poison, but prompt medical at- stf-er- tral. "We't. n capit-alliatlo- SEEDS TESTED miliars It coma hnrnlriKia of MY FRIEND - 170 'MAIN SALT LAKE CI IX MTAti two o'clock, so I entered the servlca of another, of tbw extrame left, this time. He Is is one of the men elected last July, a Democrat, and a rich one, too. He pays rue 600 a month, the same as the other., I think I do pretty well, to manage both of them, But I have never lacked In facility; I wrote for newspapers under the empire In all kinds of veins, sometimes for the government, sometimes against it, and sometimes both for and against. Now I bave the most interesting of two-part-y Vou see this portpractice. folio?" ' BUDGET upon one that succeeded. I was one of a company to promote a gold mine on the Congo. The public was slow In subscribing to stock. We had only three days left In which to' raise the required sura and it seemed as if the whole matter was about to ' fall ' " ' through, "We must hutch up some scheme for interesting the public." one of the company said to me. "His remark rang In my ears, and one day, as I was passing the Madeleine, 1 suw an enormous negro, shabbily dressed, coming toward nie. The fellow stopped on seeing me and cried, 'Is thnt you, Mussard?" It was Loulou, my little groom, you remember. "At aight of hltu an Idea flashed upon nie.. Loulou was to come from the Congo! The next day, transformed Into an African nabob under the name of Maroko, the negro was sumptuously installed at tbe Grand Hotel In the royal apartments. I rented a splendid carriage, which had been used once for a royal weddiug. In this Loulou went to the Bois and the races. He was an Immense success. He received 20 declarations of love' and offers of marriage in as many days. He was shrewd and intelligent, too, and I coached him. He received reporters and talked to them enthusiastically about our mines on the Congo, Tbe entire press exploited our nabob, and, incidentally, our mines. Our subscription was soon trebly covered. Then Loulou disappeared, promising never to return to Paris. We agreed to pay him tbe small sum of 3,000 francs, which he bad well earned. He Is now living quietly In a provincial town, where he married a lodging house keeper." I was positively uneasy as my friend proceeded and I could not help show' ing It "It waa all very clever, wasn't It?" he remarked. "Very; a little too clever, 1 might 'I say." I feared every moment lest the door should open to admit officers of the law. I might be caught In a trap. I rose abruptly, pleaded an engagement and succeeded In making my escape. Once outside I seemed to be awakening from' a dream." Then I remembered the thousand francs.' If tbe bills were In my pocket I had really seen Mussard Instead of fancying that I had. I felt for them; they were Vegetable Componnd j De Forest, Wis. opera, years ago lind pains dowu-war- d In both sides, "After an tion four ' , I backache, anddoc-a weakness. The tor wanted me to have another opera- -' tion. 1 took Lydla E. fvj 1'lnkham's Vegeta-oie uompouna ana I am entirely cured, I ' I of my troubles." Mrs. Auguste VEsrEiutAjiN, De Tor-- i , est, Wisconsin. ! Another operation Avoided. -. "For years I suf- J,'ew Orleans. La. fered from severe female troubles. ' conllned to my bed and Finally I was the doctor E'.i-- l an operation was neces-- 1 sary. I tvu a Lydia li. Uinkham's Veer- -. etable Compound a trial first, and was saved, from an operation." Mrs. j LiLYl'm-nocx1111 KerlerecSt, Xew : Orleans, L&. Thirty years of unparalleled success j confirms the power of Lydia E. pinlf. ham's Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. The great volume of unsolicited testimony constantly pouring in proves conclusively that Lydia llnkham's Vegetable Compound is , a remarkable remedy for those dis tressing feminine ills from which so ' many women suffer. ,j t . t 1 If you want special advice about Sirs. Pink ham, your case wrltoto at Lynn. Mass. ller advice IM free, ana always helpful. ' .; Iron. : j i'.v ! ; '". Pure iron Is only a laboratory prepay ration. Cast Iron, the most generally useful variety, contains about five pel cent, of IniDuritles. and the curious thing Is that It owes Ha special valu ' to tbe presence of these. Pure Iron can be shaved with a pocket knife; ' Impure Iron can be made almost-a- When Rubbera Become Necessary ahaka Into your the aotlx-pllfeet. Cures the for tired, arhlnc powder t and lakes the stlna; out of Corn and In Itunlona. Always uan it fur- Itrenklns New shoes and for danrlns- pHrtlt-a- . Sold mall-FRKrX everywhere &c. Sample And your allots pinch, siloes Allen's Koot-u- , Addreaa. Allen a o An exchange shop stood near. I Great Home Eye Remedy, stepped In and, addressing a clerk fnr all diseases of the eve, quick relief who was reading his paper behind the from using l'KTTIT'S EVK HALVE. AU druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, X. Y. grating, I said; "Pardon me, monsieur, but I would 1he more expensive a thing Is lbs like to ask you for some Information. eu sier It ts to get along without It. Will you kindly examine these bills and tell me if they are genuine?" The man regarded me with a surprised air, then took the bills and examined tlicrn carefully; Handing them bark, be said: "They are good." That was all I wanted to know. I had dined with my friend Mussard, but. It Is needless to state, I dined there no more. The family that cats plenty of Quaker Oats i fthnntinaw ' A remarkable record was made by Company 115 of the .coast artillery is a healthy, rugged . st Fort Rosecrans. Four shots were fired from a batguns at a target tel ) of two 30 feet high by 60 feet long, which waa moving at the rate of eight miles an hour at a distance of about five ml'.ea away. All four shots were fired In a period of one minute and 20 second, and passed through a rectangle nine feet blgb by 42 feet wide, three of them striking the target and the fourth passing four ysrds to the left of It. Tbe remarksble accuracy of this firing can be appreciated when It is realized that a circle Hh a radius of 11 yard at the target woyia In elude all the shots. On the same date. Company 12 of the coast artillery corps at Fort Rod man. Mi's., fired four shot front an eight Inch batter at a 30xfu.fOot ma ferial target which , was taoA ing at the rate of five mile nn t.our at a distance of about four mile from the , battery firing. All four phots and the first shot cut the raft of the material target la two. A cfrdo with a radius of 15 ysrds st the would Include all the shots. The 2 interval lieiswti tbe shots second Harper's Weekly. family. Cal- - recent- The most popular ly. ten-Inc- , food in the world because it does most and costs least. 64 - Make the liver .... v Do its Duly Nsva baej ia lea wkra tU tsar stoma k sad Imm ttt ass fiajab riayd ' - X tip--- . Sat 1 CARTER'S LITTLE UVLR PILLS eatlybattmlya C.CavsX j 'iniTTUt 1 1IIVER werv-bits- t Haaiacb. Sexfl mmi r-- Diatreas aftar CaliBa). mmM GENUINE mm Dm. SmI ' Prtna bear Taking Advantage, Algernon Gordon . fnnov at tt. . e Sea TfceB., tt.ewaaa aeat frtjMitfe show dinner in Vew Vork.-folw . Aks Csrtf. UnscfM ie cWarme a nstrr.ber of bunting stories. trwn MsIS l lim m S oroM, bO cnta 2 iM0 4 set of an PHC, for eSi hunting advocate, '1 sjru "Worn women," eaid the' nobleman. hm john I. nsrrm sort, en mounts enliven tbe field. But ho huntress should ever tak advantage of ber sex. That Is most annoying . ' ' For instance-"A friend of mine, on a cold, gray morning In January, we dashed lato by a woman on tbe edge of a stream His horse slipped, and horse and rid er together rolled down tbe bank and ere submerged In six feet of try water. Tin lady mta off better, ft he ' only lost ber bat in the brook. "As my friend, sbiverieg atuf gaspCivet instant retef wKm tide throan) ing and dripping c limbed out, the lady are rntated anrj sofe. Contains , .... tald to film: t no optatea and it as pleasant lo laks 1 "Ob, I M so wty bumped you! aiiat eAecnve. And now would yon mind going la tm. Al Diaaafcta. - i i hat?! for my again BooriCiiLAxTnocirrg lrd s horse , , d Olmsted, Lo Roy. N. Y. No matter what his rank or position may be, the lover of books U the richest and the happleFt of the children of men Langford. there! tAr-ge- l hard aa steel. , cori-- I t ! s . , . til Remarltabts , mt -- tw., Best for Children pis i. CURE tit tm limit ni ... r i t .