"PERILS OF MUDDY ROADS." Whether or not it was purposely intended to gather the coloring for a book to be written on the "Perils of a Muddy Road in a Desolate Country," Coun-try," cannot be given at this time. At any rate O&ear Berglund certainly certain-ly gathered sufficient to fill a book of many pages in his experiences coming from Chase's ranch last Saturday Sat-urday night, and if put in print would 'certainly be interesting. Mr. Berglund, Berg-lund, on his return trip from Salt Lake, encountered some slippery roads after reaching the ranch some sixteen miles south of Gunnison. He left the Chase place at eight o'clock at night and it was nearly seven the following day when he landed in Gunnison. Keeping in the main part of the road was out of the question ques-tion and according to his version he was "ditched" close to eleven million mil-lion times, and inasmuch as the state is dry, there is no reason to discredit his story.