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Lias THE FRCIdHT Harlowe had gone up into the country to spend Saturday and Sunday with his wife and children. They were staying at a pleasant place nearly four miles from the railway station, and it was necessary for him to employ a liveryman to take him down on Monday morning to catch the train at Merri-valHe was assured that he could make connections without any difficulty If he started at 7:30, as the train was not due to leave Merrivale until 8:20. Having an important business engagement in the city, however, and in order that there might be no risk, he was ready to start an hour before train time. The liveryman had conveyed him less than half a mile when something about the harness got out of order, and 15 minutes had elapsed before they were ready to start on again. They made fairly good progress for about a mile and then a bolt gave way, makThe ing another delay necessary. driver had to go to a farmhouse to borrow a monkey-wrencand other things, and Edward Harlowe had begun to be nervous before the journey was resumed. If he had not been burdened with a heavy traveling bag he wouldn't have cared. He could have walked. "Does this train ever happen to be late?" he asked when they broke down again, a mile and a quarter from t he station. "Oh, yes," he was assured, "it's nearly always five or ten minutes late on Monday mornings. Don't worry. We'll catch it all right. Got lots o' time." But the driver's confidence was not catching, and at eight o'clock Harlowe had almost decided to walk, leaving his bag to be sent after him by express. Still, he waited when the liveryman assured him that they would be able to go ahead in a minute or two. They did get started again at five minutes after eight, only to have another mishap when the horse picked up a stone while fording a little stream. It took the driver several minutes to get the stone loose, and Harlowe was by that time no longer a patient man. He made disagreeable remarks about his luck and gave a long list of things which he hoped would happen to him if he ever placed confidence in a liveryman again. If he missed bis engagement in the city it would cost him dearly, and besides, it would be necessary for him to wait at an station for seven hours. "Confound your old horse." he complained, "can't you make him go ITS USE PERMITTED In all OFFICIAL DIPPINGS CURES aUNGE and UCE OH CATTLE OR HOCS MUCH CHEAPER THAN TOBACCO LIQUID DIPS CRUDE DEARER THAN LIME AND SULPHUR NO 1 AND gal. makes 120 gals, (or Scab, official strength or 200 gals, lor ticks, lice, etc. Can 1.75. 5 gal Can a.50, SO gal. brl. 75.00 WILLM. 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Why, that man Is so personally sensitive that he can tell If a single one of the 8,500 pores that fill the average inch of human skin isn't in working When you start to read "Satan derson," Hallie Erminie Rives' latest novel, published by the Bobbs-MerriCompany, Indianapolis, you should be Bure that you are in shape for a protracted "reading spree," for the interest is such that you will in all proba bility find it impossible to lay aside this fascinating story until you have reached the final page. The charac ters are forcibly drawn, the action oi the plot moves swiftly, and one seenif to walk and talk with the characters (?o vivid is the word picturing of Mis? Rives. The physical resemblance ol two men causes no end of misunder Btanding and misery, and from the mo ment of the automobile accident ir. which one loses his identity, until th time when he is saved from dis grace and possible death by a repent ant and dying man who so closely re eembles him in general appearance one is kept guessing as to the final outcome. "Satan Sanderson" is well worth the time spent in its perusal. San- Will Take Precautions. A New York woman has become the wife of the man who saved her from drowning. There are men who will be mean enough after this to inquire before they save drowning women whether thpy are married or not. Francit-Lynde- , by Ruilders," "Empire l published by the Company, Indianapolis, is a story ol railroad building in the west, ami should be of special interest to Utah readers, many of the scones being fa miliar to residents of the "Mormon' Btate. The fight of strong young men seeking fame and fortune at theii chosen avocation and among the grand old mountains of the Rocky Mountain range, makes one feel the thrill ol mastery over new and unnamed lands, f camp life, and get a whiff of long for the wild life of the railroad builder through the wild gorges and passes of this great mountainous conn try. Of course there is a interwoven In this tale of the might. accomplishments of gritty men, and It looses none of its interest by rea Bon of the scenes in which it Is laid. It is a wholesome western story and one which the average westerner may most thoroughly appreciate. Bobbs-Merril- far-of- love-stor- Victory Over Self. It was with profound wisdom that the Romans called by the same name There is In fact courage and virtue without no virtue properly and what victory over ourselves: costs us nothing is worth nothing. Industry Causes Blindness. Most persons employed In the Venetian glass Industry begin to lose their Ight when they are between 40 and 60 years of aqe. and often In a short This blindness- Is time become blind caused by the excessive heat and glare from the furnaces The Male Man Like to Parade. "Ali'dish uniforms and you abolish war " says Col Euston True, but Judging from the popularity of the uniformed lodfWI by abolishing war you do not abolish uniform faster?" "He's doin' the best he can. Mebhy the train'll be late." "Don't you believe it. If this train were late every other day in the year it would be on time this morning. Jerusalem Why don't you people out here do a little This is the worst old cowpath I ever saw!" Then he looked at his watch. It was 8:12. and they had nearly half a mile ! school teacher sitting on the south porch, and had disappeared down the road, the young woman spoke of him with some curiosity. '1 understand from Mrs. Bascomb that her husband was very deaf, 'alshe told me, I'm most stone-deafsure," said the school teacher, "liut he seemed to hear all we said with perfect ease." Capt. Somers leaned toward her and spoke In a low. cautious tone, although there was no eavesdropper to him. "Don't let Mis' Bascomb know it," he said, hurriedly. "He does Beem to hear pretty well when she ain't round, but none of us folks ever let on to her. She's a good woman as ever lived, but a most tremendous bosser and an everlastin' talker. An' we all think that Qerah Bascomb begun to realize ten years ago that if he didn't want to be harried right ofT'n the face o' the earth, the thing for him to do was to grow deef, gradual, but steady an' he's done it, to all ma'am!" an' purposes, intents Youth's Companion. FULLY Ur- Oklahoma - Surprised The horse might have been able to travel half a mile in four or five minutes if the road had heen good; but the ruts and stones and mud holes impeded progress. At 8:18 they were a quarter of a mile from the Merrivale station. Harlowe gave up hope. He knew they could not get there in two minutes. Still he implored the driver to hurry, and he ground his teeth to keep from saying the things that were on his mind. He half stood up in the buggy and had his bag by the handle, ready to jump the moment they got within jumping distance. There was, however, no sound of an approaching train, and at last he began to hope luck might for once t,urn in his favor. On two wheels they rounded a corner where the road was hard and smooth, and the station sprawled a short distance ahead of them. The poor old livery horse broke into a run when Harlowe, in spite of the driver's pro tests, took the whip from the socket and swished it above the back of the speeding steed. "Go on! Go on!" he kept urging; "we may catch it yet." There was a curve just beyond the station, so that the approaching train could not be seen until a few seconds before its arrival. The clatter of the horse's hoofs on the hard road and the whir of the buggy wheels made it impossible for anything else save a steam whistle to be heard, and as neither Harlowe nor the driver had been startled by a toot the race was continued. Two hundred yards from the station Harlowe yelled: ' There. she comes!" Hut It was a false alarm. The train was not in sight even when the heaving horse was stopped at the platform Harlow jumped before the buggy wheele had ceased to turn, and fearing that his watch might have been slow he rushed to the ticket window. The clock inside Indicated 8:24. "How about the 8:20 train?" he demanded. "Fifteen minutes late," replied the agent. A look of supreme disgust settled upon Edward Harlowe's countenance. "Well." he said with withering scorn, "this is a devil of a way to run a railroad!" Beyond Computation. "Are there many mosquitoes around here?" "Young roan." answered Far nier Corntossel, "that's a mighty hard question to answer. They're so big an' spry that you can't tell whether there's a whole lot or only a few. There ain't no time to count 'em." Rash Covered Face and Feet Would Tired Out Speedy Cure by Cuticura. New Yorker. Oklahoma amazes an easterner. The wide, asphalted streets, the plate glass fronts of department stores, the clean unhurried sidewalks, the shoppers, the finish, the metropolitan air you find in Oklahoma City, )r example, seem marvels to find in a territory only 17 years old. But do not say so. A New Yorker who went there on business complained that fate was thrusting him into a wilderness, and his Oklahoma associates could not reassure him. But coming down to breakfast the first morning, at his hotel in Oklahoma City, he stared around In wonder as he entered the well-dresse- dining-room- . "This," he exclaimed, "this Is Oklahoma!! Why, do you know?" confidentially, "1 even found a porcelain bathtub in my room." "Well," said an Oklahoman, drily, "don't you have those in New York?" Architects and Closets. architect, says a writer, complains that women have a mania for closets and that when a woman is allowed any liberty in the matter she An changes his whole architectural plan in order to make room for them. This, he says, makes him a laughing stock among his fellow architects. This is very interesting, but why do architects make plans if not to make every effort themselves to secure conveniences? A house may be architecturally perfect and yet not fit to live in, and it certainly is not if there is not closet room enough. "My baby was about nine months old hen she had rash on her face and feet. Her feet seemed to irritate her most, especially nights. They would cause her to be broken in her rest, and sometimes she would cry until she was tired out. I had heard of so many cures by the Cuticura Remedies that ... , i. T x 11 uiuuKiu i woum give mem a jmat. iSflle improvement was noticeable in a few hours, and betore 1 had used one box of the Cuticura Ointment her feet were well and have never troubled her since. I also used it to remove what is known as 'cradle cap" from her head, and It worked like a charm, as It cleansed and healed the scalp at the same time. Mrs. Hattie Currier, Thomaston. Me.. .Tune o tone." W WHAT'S THE USE? 1 It Acts as a Vicious Enemy. Fasters have gone without food for many days at a time but no one can go without sleep. "For a long time 1 have not been sleeping well, often lying awake for two or three hours during the night but now I sleep sound every night and wake up refreshed and vigorous," says a Calif, woman. "Do you know why? It's because I used to drink coffee but I finally cut it out and began using Postum. Twice since then 1 have drank coffee and both times I passed a sleepless night, and so I am doubly convinced coiTee caused the trouble and I'ostum removed it. "My brother was In the habit of drinking coffee three times a day. He was troubled with sour stomach and I would often notice him getting soda from the can to relieve the distress In his stomach; lately hardly a day passed without a dose of soda for re ' lief. "Finally he tried a cup of PrMfim and liked It so well he gave up coffee and since then has been drinking Postum In Its place and says he has not once been troubled with sour stomach." Kven after this lady's experience with coffee her brother did not suspect for a time that coffee was causing his sour stomach, but easily proved It. Coffee Is not suspected in thousands of cases Just like this but It's easily proved. A ten day's trial works wonders. "There's a Reason." 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ALCOHOL Was (Not to mame. Little Bartholomew's mother overheard him swearing like a mule driver, says the Cleveland Leader. He displayed a fluency that overwhelmed her. She took him to task, explaining the wickedness of profanity as well as its vulgarity. She asked him where he had learned all those dreadful words. Bartholomew announced that Cavert, one of his playmates, had Cavert's mother was taught him. straightway informed and Cavert was brought to book. He vigorously denied having instructed Bartholomew, and neither threats nor tears could t"Inake his confess. At last he burst out: "I didn't tell Bartholomew any cuss words. Why should I know how to cuss any better than he does? Hasn't his father got an automobile, too?" j All Buried by Government. In some parts of Switzerland all the dead are buried by the government, without respect to wealth or position. n ,, 1 He Cunning Chap. "Yes," confessed the blushing girl with the white parasol. "I thought it rather odd that Jack should keep on asking about our college yell. Finally, to get rid of him, I told him it was three yells in quick succession." "What then?" asked her chum. "What then? Why, the goose kissed me three times before I could remonstrate and when I gave a yell for each kiss mamma thought I was giving the class yell." The Crack in His Armor. "It's a good thing for a man to be a little bald," said the girl as they walked along In the rear of one beneath whose hat showed a small bare half moon. "It takes the conceit out of them. Now there's John. He has a bald spot that he has spent about hundred dollars on to no effect. Whf he gets too smart all I have to do, is to glance carelessly toward that vulnerable spot and he subsides Fresh Fuel. The scrap between the mam .d pie had died down to a few 'tstless inutterings. and the canary birt ri the cage was beginning to think ibont singing again, when she remarl X, as a sort of afterthought: "At any rate, everybody in my favn-iily thiiks I am very intelligent." "Yes, by the side of them you are," he replied with a bitter snort. After this the scrap was renewed jubilantly. Until Cry Narrow-Minde- d ? to go. BABY TORTURED BY ITCHING. WITH THfc TIMES. City I - ,' hear His Thought Had Ended. An Indiana man tells of the efforts of an author belonging to the Hoosier school of historical novelists to put his leisure time as a "hen farm- er" in that state. The literary person s venture afforded his agricultural neighbors no end of amusement During the first year the amateur farmer discovered that all his little chickens, which were confined in coops, were languishing at the point of death. 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