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H AkERIOAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANUAItV 3. lotl. ,
WLj-" pleasant grove locals
' Mm. Emily Miller of Sliolloy, Idaho,
H Is visiting with her mother, Mrs.
HB Wlltlam Wadloy In Mniiiln.
H Mrs. Ncltlo Uamclt entertained
H nbout twenty-flvo friends Inst oven-
H lug nt her homo with parlor games,
H refreshments and miislc.
H Urynii West was taken to tlio L. I).
Hj s. hospital Tuesday where ho under-
H went n successful operation for np
H pendlcltls. His father, Nathaulal
H West, nud Dr. Vnnco were also lu
H Don't borrow thin paper, friends,
H but subscrlbo. $1.50 will bring It to
H you 62 times during tho your, and
H just think of the trouble It will save
H you, and the auuoynuce it wilt save
H your neighbor, Take our word for
H It and get In the family circle.
H Wanted Plain sewing to do, Mrs.
H Josephluo Draper. lit-12-20
B A party wns given by Mrs. Joseph
B II. Adams on December 25 In honor of
H tholr baity, F.velyn Adams', birthday
H Tho liouso was beautifully decorated
H In ChrlstmaB decorations, tho tnlilc-
H was sprend In baby stylo with the
H . dishes Old Santa had left her. Little
H Evelyn was five years old, so hot
H birthday cako was beBot with live
1 candles burning during the meal, nf-
1 tor which tho tlmo was spent In slug-
: Ing and playing games. Tlioso pica-
jK , sent woro Helen and Marino Oamett,
Clara HInckhurst, Vilda Wright, Hazel
Hr" -j Oreono, Clara Williams and El tin
B- and Orlcuo Culmer.
H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS
B William Stonemun, a merohnnt of
M Halt Lake City, spent Now Year's da)'
B hero guest of Mr. and Mrs, W. 11
M Miss Arlllda Older of SJiolley, Idaho,
M was tho guest of Miss Florence Chad-
H wick last week.
H Mrs. Mary Itoblnsou, of llaaalt, Ida-
H ho, Is here for a few day's visit with
H hor sister, Mrs. John Chadwlck.
H Mr. Alma Hoblusou Is hero for a
H fow day's visit with friends and rela-
I . The Piano -Contest
H Standing of Contestants In tho (100.0(1
H .. ' Plane Contest.
B """ At Thornton' Drag Store.
H Week eudlng Dec.
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B 31 2CR10
B 33 17365
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B 39 23C8
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i fLiL THE MAIDS OF
) sSftgfHj Robert W. Chambers
9BBm 88Author f "Cardigan" the Conspirators'
'W'PjJjPij VWffi ,Q.lrv-.iNMvcM CnovniMi,t-7byPFCollcf45on
CHAPTER I-Scnrlott, an Amerloan
Doldlar of fortune In the employ of tha
French Imperial Vollco at tlio outbreak
of tho Kriwco-rruaslan war. Is ordered to
arront John IJuckhurat, n. leader of Uia
Communlsu-. who Is suspected of having
stolen tho French crown towels. Whlla
searching for Uuckhurst Scarlett Is w
dered to arrest CountcM do Vasaart and
hor Kroup of socialists and escort thenf
to the JJclglan border.
CHAPTBR 11-Scarlett finds Sylvia
Elven of tho Odcon dlsculsod as a peas
ant aad carries her to La. Trappo, where
tho oewntess and hor friends aro ossein
CHAITKH Ill-All ore arrcstod. The
counteaa saves Bcarlott from a fatal fall
from the roof of the houso. He denounces
Uuckhurst as tho lender of the lteds and
tho countess conducts him to where Uuck
hurst Is secreted
CHAPTBR IV-Cormnn Uhlans descend,
on tha placo and Uuckhurst escapes dur
ing tho molco. Bcarlott Is wounded.
CHAPTJ2R V Ho recovers' conscious
ness In tho countess' homo nt Morsbronn.
whero ho Is enrod for by tho countess.
A flcrco batllo Is fouulit In tho streets
between Kronen and Prtisatun soldiers.
CIIAI'TKll VI Uuckhurst professes rd
pontenco and returns tho crown Jowcls to
dcarlott. Ho declures ha will Kivu lilmMult
up to tho authorities. Scarlett doubts bit
sincerity. Uuckhurst urges tho countess
to ico to Paradise.
A Strung'0 Foreshadowed.
I took my breakfast by tho window,
watching tho German toldlory clean
ing up Morsbronn.
1 A soldier canio In nnd rtartcd tho
flro in my fireplace. When ho went
out I drow my code-book from my
breeches pocket and tossed it into tho
flro. Aftter It followed my commission,
my momornnda, and cvory scrap ot
writing. Tho diamonds I placed In tho
bosom of my flannel shirt.
A Qcrmat nmbulanco surgeon nr
rived to bco mo In tho afternoon.
After a brlof examination ho sat
down and resumed a very bad cigar,
which had been smouldering between
his carefully kept fingers.
"Do you know," ho said ndmlrlngly,
"that 1 have never before- seen Just
such a wound. Tho spinal column Is
not ovon grazed. As fnr uh I can
soo tho blow from tho bullet tempo
rarily paralyzed tho spinal cord.
Thoro Ib no fracture, no depression.
1 do not soo why yon should not walk
If you doslro to."
"TT.V II.'; frffr-tofejflfr.
I tried. Apart from a cortaln mus
cular weakness nnd a great fatlguo, I
found It qulto posslblo to stand, ovon
lo movo n fow steps. Then I sat down
again, nnd was glad to do so,
Tho doctor wns looking at my legs
rather grimly, and It suddonly flashed
on mo thai I had dropped my blankot
and ho had noticed my hussar's trou
pers. "So." ho said, "you nro a military
prlsonor? I understood from tho pro
vost marshal that you wero a civil
ian." Ab ho Bpoko Uuckhurst appoarcd nt
tlio door, and then snuntcred In, qui
etly greeting tho surgeon, who looked
around nt tho sound of his Tootstops
on tlio stono floor. Thoro was no
longer a vestlgo of doubt In my mind
Hint uuckhurat wns n German agent,
or nt least that tho aonunns believed
him to bo In tholr pay. And doubtless
ho wus in their pay, but to whom ho
wna faithful nobody could know with
"How In our patient, doctor?" ho
askod. "Can ho travel today?"
"lleforo ho travola," said tho olllcer,
"It might bo well to find out why ho
wears part of n hussar uniform."
"I'vo oxplalned that to tho provost,''
observod Uuckhurst, examining his
woll-kopt flngor-nnlls. "And I have a
pass for him also if ho Is In a lit
condition to travol.
Tho officer gavo him n glanco full
of frunk dislike, adjusted his saber,
pulled on his whito gloves, nnd, bow
Ing vory slightly to mo, mnrched
stialght out of tho loom nnd down
tho stairs without taking any notlco
of Uuckhurst. Tho lattor looked nftor
tho olllcor, then his lndlfforont oyes
returned to mo. Presently ho sat down
and produced a email slip of papor,
which ho vory carorully twisted Into a
"I uupposo you doubt my loyalty to
Franco," ho said.
Then, logically continuing my rolo
of tho morning, I began to upbraid
him for n trnltor and swonr that I
would not owo my salvation Co him.
"V6u nro unjust nnd n trlilo stupid."
ho said. "I nm paid by Prussia for In
formation which I never glvo. Hut I
hnvo tho entro of their linos. I do
It for tho unko of tho Intornatlonalo.
Tho Intornatlonalo has n fow peoplo
In Its service. . . . And it pays
Ho looked squarely at mo ns ho said
this. 1 almost tremblod with delight:
tho man undervalued mo, ho had taken
mo nt my own figure, and now, hold
ing mo In absolute contompt, ho wnu
going to begin on mo.
"Bcarlott," ho snltl, In Kngllsh, "lot
us como to tho point. I am a merce
nary American; you nro an Amorlcan
merconnry, paid by tho Kronen gov
ornmont, Vou enro nothing for that
govornmont or for tho country; you
would drop both today If your pay
ceased Vou and I nro outsiders; wo
nro In tho v.orld to watch our chancos
And our chnnco fa horo,
"Tho tlmo Is coming when tho rich
est city In Europo will be, put to tho'
sack. You don't believe 11? , Yet you
shall llvo lo sea Parlabesleged, and
you shall live to soo Parls'surrendor,
and you ehall llvo to see tho Interna
tional rlso up from nowhere, selzo tho
government by the throat, and cholto
It to death under tho red flag of uni
versal ahom I . . . license" fho
faintest sneer enmo into hls'pallld fnco
"nnd ovory city of Franco shall bo
a commune, and wo shallpar.s from
city to city, leisurely, underjthu law
otir laws, which wo will mako and I
pity tho man among us who cannot
placojiis millions In tho bank's of Eng
land nnd America!" &
He Iwincd forward in hlsjhnlr, Idly
twisting his crumpled bit of. paper In
one hrnd. X
"I ,nni not fopl enough to bellliv
that our rdgn will last," he-'-suId. "It
may last n. month, tyvo months, per
haps throo. Then we' leaders SvIU bo
nt one nnothor'a throatsand tho
game Is up! It's n'lwnys so mob ruin
can't last It novor has fasted and
never will. Hut the prudenf man will
mnko hay before tho brlefounijhlno
Is ended; I expect to economlzo n
little, nnd sot asldo enough well,
onough to mnko It pay, you'seo."
"Ho's bound to get toParndlso.
Why?" I wondered, nnd said, aloud.
rWlml do you want of tnb?"
"I want Immunity from tho' secret
pollco, Mr.. 8carlett."
"Thoro la one thing I want to nsk
you," said I. "Why do you 'doslro to
go to Paradise?" ' ?
"Well," ho said, slowly, "Ishall not
"Why not?" 1 demanded.;""
" Uut I'll sny this," ho Continued.
"I want you to como to PnrSdlso with
mo nud that fool of a woman.' I want
you to report to your government that
you are watching tho housoln Para
dise, and that you aro hoping to cat,ch
mo thoro." -3r
"You rofuso to tulljiio whyyou wlah
.to stay at tho houso In Paradleo?"
"Yes, ... I rofuseliP'And, by-tho-way,
tho Countess Is to 'think that
I havo presented mysolf InraTfS and
that tho government has? pardoned
Ho roso and walked to tha window;
at tho snmo momont I hoard the sounk
of whoels below,
"I bollnvo tlmjjp our.UUiaR.ol.hn
Bald. "Aro you ready tostort, ife
"Is tho Counteso do Vassart to go
with U8?" I asked, trying to And a rea
son for tlioso oveuj which wero suc
ceeding ono another too quickly to suit
IIo gnvo mo an nbscnt-mluded nod;
a moment later tho Countess entered,
nuckhurst aided rao to rise, tho Count-
"I Suppoco You Doubt My Loyalty to
csa throw my hussar jacket ovor my
shoulders tind buttoned It. "I congrat
ulate you on your convuloscenco," alio
snld, lu a low voice. "Loan on mo,
Hy head ewum; hips and knees woro
without strength; uhu ultlod mo down
tho stairway and out Into tho pale
sunshlno, wlioro stood tho sumo mud
splashed, rusty vchlulo which had
brought us hither from La Trappo.
As I stood besldo tho carriage, won
dering how I wus going to get In, I
felt an nrm ollp under my neck nnd
another slldo gently under ray knees,
and Uuckhurst lifted 4no.
Tho CountefeB stepped Into tho car
riage and took hor placo besldo mo;
Huckhurut followed, seating himself
opposite us, nud tho Alsntlan driver
mounted to tho box.
"Your safe-conduct carries you lo
tho Fronch outposts nt Saverno," said
the provost dryly. "U there nro no
longer French outposts nt Saverno, you
may domand a vlso for your pass and
continue south to Strasbourg."
Huckhurut half turned towards tho
driver. "Alloz," ho snld, quietly, and
the two gaunt horses moved on.
"la thoro a rallroud at Savorno7" 1
"You will tnko a train at Strns.
bourg," ropllcd Uuckhurst
"And then? Aro wo going direct to
"Mndamo do Vnssart dcilrcs to go
thoro," ho said, glancing at her with
n sort of sneaking deferuice which
ho now assumed in her presence.
"It Is true," said (ho Cdunfess, turn
ing to mo. "I wtelt to rest for n Uttlo
while- boforo I go to Point Paradise.
I am curiously tired of poverty, Mpn
slour Scarlett," sho added, nnd hold
out her shabby gloves with a geoturo
of despair; "I am reduced to very
little I havo scnrcely anything loft
. . . and I nm weak enough to long
for tho scent of tho winter vIolotB on
(Contlued next week.)
North Scriinton Mining Compnny,
prlnclpnl placo of business Lehi,
Notlco: There nro delinquent upon
tho following described stock, on ac
count of Assessment No. 10, levied
on the 2fith day of November, 191.1
the several nmounts Bet opposite the
nnmes of the respective shnro holders
Cort Name Bh'rs, Amnt
801 I). 0. Hurton,. 1.000 $ 2.00
1011 Thi'o. Hateinnn..l,riOO 3.00
231 H. F, Creech 1,000 2.00
371 13. J. Child COO 1.20
1'3 13. J. Child 1,000...,. 2.00
H3 Andrew FJIold... 2.000 4.00
251 Andrew FJIeld, . .2,007 G.3I
lfil V. A. FJIold.... 1,000 2.00
201 M. T. Kearns.... 5.000 10.00
217 J. F. King 1,000 2.00
CI l.oroy I)tt 5,000 10.00
87 l-oroy Lott 1,000... . 2 00
-78 tsrenl Lott......G.000 10.00
81 II K. Ostorloh... 1,000 2.00
123 Carl Ostorloh... 1.000 2.00
3l Chns. Ohrnn..... 7,000,.... 14.00
1201 Cllas Ohrnn..,.,. 3,000 C00
1311 Floyd Schow 2,000 1.00
181 Kd Southwlck... 1,200 2.10
l'Jll II. J. Stlco 4,000 8.00
170, M. A. Wilson.... 2,000 4.00
And In nccordnnco with law and an
ordor of tho Hoard of Directors made
on tho SGth day of November, 1913,
so many shares of each parcel of
stock as may he necessnry will be
Bold nt tho offlco of tho company,
I .eh I Drug, Storo, Lehl, Utah, on the
2Gth dny of January, 1911, at 2 p. m.
to pay the delinquent assessment
thereon together with cost ot adver
tising nnd expeuso of sale.
F. II. HKIDENRFICH, Secretary,
Comb Sage-Tea in
Hair .to Darken It
It's flrnndiiiuthrc'.s Itccipe to Keep
Her Locks Dark, (Mossy, Thick.
Tho old-time mixture or Sage Ten
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair Is grand
mother's treatment, nnd folks nro
again Using It to keep their hair n
good, even color, which lo qulto sens
ible, ns wo are living lu nn ago when
a youthful nppcaranco Is of the great
Nowadays, though, wo don't hnve
tho troublesome task of gathering the
sago and tho musing mixture 14 homo.
All drug stores sell tho rendy-to-uso
product called "Wyeth's Sage and Sul-
phur Hair Remedy" for nbout 60c a
bottle. It Is very popular because no
body can discover It has been applied,
Simply moisten your" comb or a soft
briish with it and draw It, through
your hnlr, taking a small Btrand at a
time; by morning the gray hnlr dis
appears, but what delights the ladles
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur4B that
bosldos bountifully darkening tho hnlr
after n fow applications, It also pro
duces that soft lustre nud appearance
ot nbundance "which Is so attractive;
besides, prevents dandruff, Itching
scnlp nnii falling hnlr. (Adv.)
Any little wound or abrasion of th,
flesh occurlng In cold weather that U
not promptly treated becomes a bad
soro and is difficult to heal. App),
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT t
once when such nccldcuts hapn.
The wound heals promptly and soon
docB awny with tho annoyance of 1
bandage. Price 25c, 50c andJl.W
per bottld. Sold by Wm, ThorntoL,
PARCEL POST RATES GIVEN
Announcement of the pnrcel post rntva, Which will go into effect January
1, wero received recently by the Salt Lake poslofflce authorities. Tht
rales follow: """
" " First zone j H 5 i ffi ft
weight l ai-B & . -e
i ; & g g s g s.
1 pound J0.05 J0.05 $0.05 $0.0G 0.07 $0.08 $0.00 $0.11 $0.1:
2 pounds , 1. .00 .06 .0C .08 .11 .14 .17 .21 ,j(
3 pounds .,, 00 .07 .07 .10 .15 .20 .25 .31 M
T pounds 07 .08 .08 .12 .10 .20 .33 .41 .41
5 pounds 07 .09 .09 .14 23 .32 .41 .51 .(
G pouuds .08 .10 .10 . .16 .27 .38 .49 .Ct .1
7 pounds , .OS .11 .11 .18 .31 .44 .57 .71 j
S pounds 09 .12 .12 .20 .35 .50 .05 .81 .J
0 pounds 09 .13 .13 .22 .39 .50 .73 .01 1C
10 pounds 10 ,14 ,14 .24 .43 .02 .81 1.01 U
11 pounds 10 .15 .1C -2G .47 .68 .89 1.11 1.3
12 pounds 11 .10 .10 .28 .51 .74 .97 1.21 U
13 pounds 11 .17 .17 .30 .55 .80 1.05 1.3.1 1.5
14 pounds 12 ,18 ,18 .32 .59 ,86 1.13 1.41 l.
15 pounds 12 .19 .10 .34 .63 .92 1.21 1.61 1.8
1C pounds .13 .20 .20 .36 .67 .98 1.29 1.61 1.S
17 pounds ,., ,13 .21 .21 .38 .71 1.04 1.37 1.71 It
18 pounds -. 14 ,22 ..22 .40 .76 1.10 1.45 1.81 21
19 pounds 14 .23 .23 .42 .79 1.16 1.53 1.01 2.:
20 pounds .15 .24 .24 .44 .83 1.22 1.61 2.01 2l
21 pounds , 15 .25 .25
22 pounds .10 .26 .20 "
23 pounds , 1C .28 .28 N
24 pounds 17 .28 .28
' 25ipoundB . .. .17 .29 .29
26 pounds tt8 30 .30
27 pounds 18 .31 .31 ,
' 28 pounds 19 .32 .32
: 29 pounds 19 .33 .33 - .
30 pounds 20 .34 .34
31 pounds 20 .35 .35 .
32 pounds 21 .30 .36 '
33 pounds 21 .37 .37
31 pounds 22 .38 .38 . :'
35 pounds .' 22 .39 .39 '
36 pounds 23 .40 ,40
37 pounds .1 23 .41 .41
38 pounds 24 .42 .42
39 pounds .24 .43 .43
10 pounds 25 ,44 .44
41 pounds 25 .45 .45
42 pounds 26 .46 .46
43 pounds 26 .47 .47 " "-
44 pounds 27 .48 .48 ' r '"" '
45 pounds 27 .49 .49
46 poundB ...'. .28 .50 ,50
47 pounds 28 ,G1 .61
48 pounds ,29 .52 .52
49 pouuds 29 i53 .53
50 pounds 30 .54 .54
For n full explanation of rates of postago In the' first zone, see &
455, par. 2. a and b. A. S. HURLESON, Postmaster General.
Admiring has no vulue unless It Is founded on truth.
Kiery statement wo make Is absolutely true.
Our Business ... . TTX
is . MAKING AND 1
Your Business MENDING MISTAKES I
W all jnako mistakes it's human to do so.
" Yoinnake thorn, and so do wo, for we're human too.
Our highest mistake was that wo didn't know that you, as a partner, '
in our husiness (vonr husincss) wanted 'to know how wo ran your , I
We didn't realize that you, as a partner, not only wanted to, "hut had I
,. Iho right to know how wo spend vonr moiloy. I
We've corrcotod that mistake now, and we don't make the same mis- I
You 'vo made 'a mistake, too a human one like ours. 1
Yon thought heeaiiso we kept our business to ourselves that wo wero
like a lot of other corporations you have hoard about.
Yon thought that we (like they) "had watered" our stock, sold .
bonds and preferred stock, and had a lot of high rates, big mortgages "M
and inflated values. H
.' . We've corrected that-mistake, too. H
We've shown you and wo'ro going keep on showing you, that wo aro B
different from other corporations that wo aro on the "square" B
''We've shown yon, and we're going to keep on showing you, that our S
finances, our methods, our rates, and our revenues nro clean, right H
You, and tho rest of our partners, paid us $0,844,576.25 for telephone
service last year; that's a lot of money, but I
Tt's less than one-fourth of tho money our stockholders (our other
partners have paid in to mnk'e your service possible.
Our actual expenses for that same year woro $0,790,076.94 for opera- '
lion, Taxes, Maintenance, Depreciation, and soven per cent dividend 8
to our stockholders.
It costs thnl much to make your service. '
We do't boliove that any corporation in the country can show a clean- 9
,. orjmlance sheet than that. '?. -
, ''JMiat kind of a showing is fair, both to tho public, and to the investor.
Vou soo your company Js different from other corporations. I
The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. 1 ;
"The Corporation Different" M '