|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
IKS DEN DAILY COMMERCIALS WHICH ONE? Pi'.i.i, but Le "Yuc iiiefcn it." "liut 1 da. though." "Lsat it a rtUrr tail m ooiclaii.)aT "On the cuetr&ry, hit ur boy, I Lv bw?n ttiLiiti? of it t Mine tame 0mm Fvfl Drct give a lw wtasiie. Wcll, I mut say ytKi Lave key a irariLie." Bat yoa aaii yoa chooAd nerr luarnr." All blow, my dear fallow. Wh a U man is young, a were boy, be dc to rail at marritig and d&arv that L rill ntfrer wed. WL-- n a man arrive at my ;&rs and gray hxn hi will think bettf r of it." 'But Laurie. bonet old fellow, were you nevpr in love? eirtim Me neTerr And Laurence at the idea aa be laughed lighted a freh cigar. Then you are not going to marry for love!-- " inquired Bent. Xo." - What for, then!" "Oh, a variety of things, I suppose." "M mey, for one tuiug, I fancy," he went on, "and then I aui growing older; my thanoes to marry well to my lilting will not always be aa fair as they are now, and I always intruded to marry finally." )h, did you? though I would never own it; 'Ve, but I am in earnest now, and I mean to marry before this year is out" Have you selected the lady "There are two of them." "(ih. you are going over to the Mor mons." "No, bnt you know a reserve force come handy. 'If oue won't' you know the rest Now, my dear Fred, all this nonsense about falling in love is bosh-p- ure humbug. I never could love one woman any better than another, unless I knew her better and discovered in her nature more lovable qualities. I think it is much better to select a woman whom you think in every way likely to suit you, and then set abont learning to like her. W hen a man is bead over ears in love bis judgment is warped aud his eyesight proverbially poor." Fred Bent langhed good natnredly. "I don't know, Laurie. Iam always in love, so of course my advice is worthless to you." "Exactly, said his mend. "Now these two young ladies" "Would you object to telling me their OXK KXJOYS tf JJowtla, cleanses liver and the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, hell aches and fevers and cured habitual constipation permanently. For Bale ia LOc and II bottles by all druggictA CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. til ftitClSCO, ML f roe. .r. tt. louisrtus. GEO. A. LOWE, PKALKK IS r Aiii i i 11)1 Wavron., IJuKjricts, JJoatl f?aitj5. Jiuckltoaitla Turbine Wheels, KnirineH Saw Mills. Wagon Material, Heavy Hani-ware- , Iron and Steel. lUker Ilailted Black- Wire, smith Tools, Etc TTTAII. - (HIUKN interrupted Bent "Not In the least They are both called nauies?" THE IHWiNSWlCK! Blanche." "What, the two Blanches?" "Yes, Miss Stnrtevant and Miss Well Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. ingtonboth very suitable in everyway, Up Htiiir Over Miulen'n. and, as far as I know, 'heart whole and fancv free.' " We have the Urgent Hall in Ogden and nn "Well, you ought to win," said Bent Talilt exclus the KriiUKWirk You are good looking, and, by Jove, you ively. have plenty of assurance. But I must be AND going," and lie arose. At the door he turned and called back: "Shall I see you at the Leonards' to morrow night?" Co., "Yes, I shall be there." The next night found him, fautlessly THE BRUNSWICK. attired, at Mrs. Leonard's reception. A shimmer of peach bloom satin in the moving mass of humanity attracted CALIFORNIA him, and taking a pair of sparkling brown eyes as guiding stars he made his way to the side of Blanche Sturtevant. As she made room for him beside her she said: I thought you didn't like receptions." I do not as a general thing," he re plied, "bnt this had a peculiar attraction A very pleasant Laxative, made from for me." The meaning he threw into the glance the juice of Fresh Prunes combined with a few harmless vegetable mgreai he bestowed on her sent the delicate rose and highly niodicin bloom to her cheeks, and she looked ten entaof ul qualities, put up in the foim of times as lovely to his fastidious eyes. But suddenly, while he gazed at her CliMAM DltOl'8, pretty flushed face, a queer sensation Making a very valuable preparation seized him. He felt actually timid abont FOH INFANTS AND CHILDREN, asking this beautiful girl to be his wife, food and the Regulating Assimilating even though he had been for years a man Bowels. and Stomach the of the world. Somehow he felt as though IT PROMOTES DIOK8TION, CHEERFULNESS she could read his very thoughts with AND REST. those bright eyes. IT IS A WONDERFUL REMEDY "Do I look very badly?" Her musical voice recalled him to his Fok Constipation, Soi r Stomach, senses. convulsions, loss of sl.ef.p, "I beg your pardon. Was I staring at Worms, Fkvkrishnf.ss, k.tc. you? Your dress is beautiful and you." TRICE 2T CENTS. "Thank you," she said hurriedly. For Sale by all Druggists. "I fancied from the intentness of your gaze you had not quite decided whether do or not," and she laughed. IJRIGGS MEDICINE CO., I would "I was in a brown study," he returned. The crowd surged around them, and San Francisco, California. two or three men looked anxiously at the seat occupied by Weston. Some music was "playing in another room, and when the strain had ended he spoke again. "Miss Sturtevant," he said, "I wanted to ask you a question tonight, bnt the crowd is so great that there is not much opportunity for confidential talks. If I write to you tomorrow will you favor me with a reply?" "Certainly!" and the brown eyes smiled sweetly, and perhaps uncon, 1)b. E. V. West's Nerve and Drain Treat-)kntsciously at him, as he rose to relinquish a guaranteed specilic for Hysteria, Dizzi- - his seat to another admirer. v "v. ' nests , ,niv!!iBM'nn, iiio, ......v "There that was neatly done," was Nervous Prostration caused by the Headache, .... li.tionmi Wlltrnflllnwa. MPntttl .. . his mental comment; "no fuss, no love Brain of the resulting Softening Depression, nnH :.. ...,...;. 1on,lini7 to misery, decay and making to undergo, nothing disagreeLoss of death. Premature Old Age. Barrenness, able, and if the fates are kind I shall Power in eithor sex, Involuntary Losses and by over exertion of the have one of the finest looking and one of Spermatorrhoea caused hach boi the richest women in C or for my wife." brain, ..nuina miip month's treatment. J1.0U a box. He threaded his way carefully among mail 6ent by prepaid 01 or six boxes for $T).00, the crowd, replying to a kindly greeting receipt o.pr.c;.. here and there, and presently found himorrter received by each With chhb. euro To any t" BM,,miianiAd. Wit h 8, 5.(10. VA- vj t in the conservatory. self UK Ilr SI (KA.lMlip.lM.. UAm, send tho purchasor mr written (yuaratitee to reBui it was occupied. . uc i.n- u ...em, tue money rnuil ........ uen,l nn V hv H. A under a tall palm, a radiant Standing Wai.kkr. Druggist Sale Agt.. 371 Twenty-fourtvision in blue and gold, stood Blanche St.. Ugilou. uiaii Wellington. His face brightened as he approached NOTICE TO CREDITORS. her, for anything beautiful always apt DepenAed. u.,H..inl lit .j Notice is hereby (,'iven by the undrrsimted, the pealed strongly to tho artistic side of his eXWUI.tr OI IHlTrn n nature, and what could be more beautito the creilitors ol, and nil persons diseased, i u the said dicensed. to ex ful than this tall, queenly woman, with hibit them with the necessary vouchers, ofwithin this a crown of golden hair and the deep fter the tirst publication ... il. . blue of a violet lurking in the cool UT1uiititr nt his ollife. N'lim Avenue, the same leiiiR 216.) Washington Imt ., depths of her eyes! hllKllieSS r.. ...inuni-tin(if tlie nf .i .111 litH. e lor in, hiiiii-'i'"" What an opportunity there was to win said estate, in tlie City of OKden, ( ounty of l his own this lovely girl! for lerrnorj oi nn. .1(111 S. ( OHI.KW. His conversation with Miss Sturte- tho Khtate of Hamunl W. I'reshaw, SEETJS. COME I. G. Proudfit & Cream Prunes well-know- Health is Wealth! self-abu- - . h t u Wels-raiu- Deceasi.'d. n - He ev-tl- .1 fa;r,iiml it exjlia to rJrLravcfi. Lad lux i TftsT k c,Trr ti a r fe Li cuta-- Lisa wiJi a Le 3 1, 1591. tUltlrd tiimarif! Mia mij.. it BiirLty firiii-.-" "Tb U iiiicy- - If I luad told yea in tLe Cxt place yt-- miLt have eoadtl me out of ioa. 5vw it it Both tb metiod and resulL when Fig ia taken; it u pleaaan Syrup and refrediiflg to the taste, and act fentlj yet prompt! on tL Kidneys, trowed vatt. a few iaeniri.t FRIDAY, MAY Wrliujtcai tar&rd to yon are ben tbi erming. Do I Lave tH until BOW." What did it matter if that rwert very Beat At fjwh mit f<. it vw brought a beautiful euior any rale to tiae Hoft cbn-- cf the maiden bffort biin. it Dtt beantifnl in here?" tit tail. "Yea, it in a fit eetting for you." Now you art) fUttmnx me." Indeed I am not; 1 am always truta-ful.- " L and be threw a world of counterfeit tenderness into the dirk ere he tartwl apou ber. It wt only a step from that to otn-- t hi tig more and he took it Hulding lu-- r soft, white hand in hi, be began: 'JIu Blanche, I 'ant growing Tery tired of a lonely life. I want eutne oue to fchare my grief and joya Will yoa be iny wife?" Really I hardly know," she began. At that moment gay voice were board coming in their direction, and she drew ber band away from hi clasp. In another moment the lively party were in sight, and he bad only time to mnrmnr, "I will write tomorrow will you reply?" "Yes," and presently the cool, retired phtce was invaded by the merrymakers. and Laurence Weston beat a liaiity re treat. The next day be wrote the two letters he had promised for be was a man of his word. To Miss Sturtevant he wrote this: Dear Mum Hi.anche-- I wish to polo-pi ze to nu for auiiie remark 1 made to you Uvt iiik'ht, aud to uy that I have changed my mind roweruiiui the matter I tpoke of. It aa really of no consequence, aud 1 beg you wilt not .five it any thought, it aa only aa hit uuestioQ, whii'ti merely amounted to notuloit, aud iu fact the cause which existed for tny. request do lotiirer exist. I'leane treat the whole affair as a joke, and oblige, Youra, I Westo, On another sheet of the nne cream note paper he always used he wrote to Miss Wellington thus: Dkar Mis Blanche ITad time permitted should have urged you to accept But the crowd waa au great and the npiwrtunity for private conver-sa- t ion so limited that It was Impossible. You promised to write to me may i hope for a If so, please appoint a time foe me to call and tell you all I would eay more fully than I can commit It to paper, i our. laxt nit-h-t I my baud aud heart. THE GOLDEN EAGLE WE ARE STILL ! Our Cut Price Sale has been a decided Success. Those who intend purchasing a Spring Suit, a Pair of Shoes, a Dress Shirt, or anything else in Our Line, will do well to CALL BEFORE MAY L. WlMTON, "There," as he folded both letters and placed them in their envelopes, "I feel 6ure of her reply. This was in the morning, and in the evening Fred Bent dropped in, as was his custom. for a few moments the two men smoked in silence. Then there was a knock on the door. which Mr. Weston answered. When he came back into the room he held in his hand two letters. "If you will excuse me, Fred, I will read these," he said. "Oh, certainly go ahead. From the fair charmers, I suppose." Laurence Weston opened the letters at random. The first read like this: Dkar Mk. Wkkton Although your proposal MITT l, WIIHN OUR SPECIAL SALE CLOSES ! wag a great surprise to me, for 1 always thought you were not a marrying man, I can say that I am Inclined U) regard it and you favorably. If you will call tomorrow at 10 1 shall be glad to receive you. Yours, Blanche Sturtevant. Blank dismay was pictured on his features as he opened the other, and read: Mr. Weston: Dear Sir It Is entirely immaterial to me whether your language of last. night was a Joke or not, and no apologies are necessary. Allow me to advise you, though, that in well regulated society such jokes are considered Insults to a woman. Yours, Blanche Wellington. "What's the matter, Laurie? Yon look as though you had had a shock," said Bent. "So I have. Here, read these," and he pushed the letters toward his friend. Bent read them. Then he burst into hearty laughter. "What are you laughing at?" asked Weston. "Ha, hat Because really, old fellow, I can't help it. It's too good well, if it isn't rich. Did you mean to do it?" "Mean to do what?" "Can you ask me?" said Bert, tragically, waving the two sheets of scented note paper in the air. "What have I done? For heaven's sake tell me if you can, Fred." "Is it possible that you don't know? Yon are not very shrewd, Laurie, or else you are in love, and love, you know, is 'proverbially blind.' " "Oo on," said Laurence impatiently. ."Why, man alive, you put your letters in the wrong envelopes, as near as I can see." A sudden rav of intelligence darted over Weston's face. "I believe I did," he said ruefully, "and see what a scrape I have drawn my devoted head into." "Could you make it up with Miss Wellington?" "I feel sure I could. But Miss Sturtevant has practically accepted me, aud see how I must insult her." "And yet," mused Fred, "you ought to explain to Miss Wellington." "I know it," distractedly, "but if I do I must also explain to Miss Sturtevant." "Now, honestly, Laurie, do you care anything for either one?"' "No, honestly, Fred, I like and admire one as much as the other." "Why not give them both tip?" "And get into the mire deeper than I am? Besides, I am determined to marry one or tnem. "Well," said Bent, rising to go, "I am sorry for you, Laurie. This is what your assurance and sound common sense have brought you to. For my part, I pro- ler romance, wood by, old fellow." "Ooodby," came mournfully from the aeptns oi the easy chair. At the door Bent halted. "I say, Laurie, I might help you out I might marry one of them." "If you only would; but which one?" "Aye, that's it," echoed Bent, as he closed the door and went down the hall; and the evening breezes wafted his words back, "That's the rub which one?" Agnes L. Pratt iu Boston Ulobe, Our Bargains are to Numerous to Mention, but it will Give us Great Pleasure to Show you through our stock, if you can spare us a few minutes. We will certainly do you no harm, and possibly, may do you Some good. Respectfully Yours, I:,.-..- , LOEB & MYER IMIOIMUKTOKS Ol Tlie Gold! Eagle Clothing House 2410 WASHINGTON AVE.