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FOR ML ' SICK. KM. f 'iSS HENRIETTA J &tf!i MARSH. L-.yfc? A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 769 W. 16th St., Log Angeles, Cal., President Woman's Benevolent Ass'n, writes: 7 suffer d with la grippe for seven tve-ess, ffltf nothing I could do or tike helped me until I tried Peruna. "I felt at once that I had at last secured the right medicine and I kept steadily improving. Within three weeks I was fully restored, and I am (lad that I gave that truly great rem edy a trial. I will never be without It again." In a letter dated, August 31, 1904, Mrs. Marsh says: "I have never yet heard the efficacy of Peruna question ed. We still use it. I traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three years ago, where I found Peruna doing its good work. Much of it is being used here, also." Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Atk your Druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for I90S. Unhappy Drones. The hardest working and the for est paid people In this world are those who have nothing to do. I m sure Plso'a Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ago. Mas. Taos. Robbins, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17. 1900. Disappear In the Sea. Statisticians And that something like 2,000 vessels of all sorts disappear !n the sea every year, never to be heard from again, taking with them 12.000 human beings and involving 1 money loss of $100,000,000. A SU.T6 CUTS SpSounsfoid M1 VM1 W Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Bums, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrg. K. A. Simpson, 600 Craig St., Knoxvllle, Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the but ha of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I St more relief from Hallard Snow Liniment than any medicine or any thing I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoftlce order for tl.OO. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES) 25c. 50c AND $1.00 BE SVRE YOV GET THE GENVINE Ballard Snow 8T. LOVIS. HAVE YOU A HORSE P WOULD YOU LIKE US TO O A I"! l"l I C"? SEND YOU A BEAUTIFUL FOR TNI MOST WONDERFUL SADDLE OFFER KVER HEARD OF, an eH.r by which anyene can hava tha nlceat eaeele In Ma njenjnborhee. cut thl. ad cot and .end It to u. and von will Celvt our H.w, Bl and Beautiful Special Saddle Cet.leaua, Ee, haoiaome photographic ulustratluua of all klnda of Men's, Women's, Boys' sad Girls' Saddles, Stock Saddles, Ranch and Range Saddles, SMALL, MEDIUIa AND LARGE, PLAIN AND PANCT SADDLES VERT IMAOIN' ILE KIND AND STILE AND SHAPE OF SADDLE. OUR PRICES WILL ASTONISH AND PLEASE YOU. 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Carbouaui Nat'l Bank. j KKLIArtl.K AMHAY. SALT LAKE CITY Sold I ,7H Gold and Sllrer.... 11.00 d i&Uioid.iniver .copper i.ju q c. HUNTINC, Superintendent BAMPi.tfl by Mail krckivk prompt AttkM'ion. Plaonr Ocld. Retort, and Blob tire. BoiiKbt. Send Jpr t ree Mtlllnf Envelope and 1'rloe List. 0den Aa Co.. K'fa Arapalioe St.. lienTer, Colo A"L &'t,fiCltf& When Answering Advertisement. SiilS Kindly Mention This Paper. E5 in time, sna 'T'in''''' , , jj, W. N. V., Salt Lake-No. 52. 190 i 111 1 tiT HAVE NOT GIFT OF THOUGHT. Animals Utterly Without Reasoning Powers Says a Writer. Animals have no language. Lan guages are conventional signs of thought and have to be learned. Ani mal sounds are Instinctive and are Instantly recognized by all the mem bers of a family without learning. Ani mals may learn to express their wants by signs which sympathetic persons can understand, but animals do not think in the way human beings do. They do not learn the alphabet or the multiplication table, learned horses and pigs to the contrary not withstanding. By patience and skill a man can teach an animal to do things which express thought; but the thought is In the mind of the man and not in the mind of the beast, and Is communicated by signs which suggest certain actionB. When a pig tells the difference of the lime between Boston and Saratoga, he uses the cards which in some secret way his master Indi cates to him by signs long practiced and associated with eating. Darwin made much of the heredity In pigs. A sow was taught to point, and her off spring Instinctively pointed at birds; but it Is now known that it is a habit of pigs to point. Perhaps that sow's ancestors had been pointing for a thousand generations. The new nature study Is giving us, both through Its common sense and its follies, new data for the study of the animal mind, Boston Christian Register. RAPID SPREAD OF PLANTS. Seize Wide Stretches of Land in Glo rious Profusion. It is marvelous how rapidly some plants will spread themselves over wide stretches of land, says Long man's Magazine. The writer was struck with the way In which the yel low charlock took possession of the line when the Meon Valley railway was being made a few years ago. The very next spring after the embank ments were thrown up their Bides were clothed with this rampant and conspicuous crucifler. A line of yel low across the country marked in many places the course of the railway. Poppies, too, for some unknown rea son, will occasionally appear in Strange and wonderful profusion. The striking instance related by Lord Ma- caulay may be quoted by way of illus tration. After the batte of Landen the ground, he tells us, "during many months was strewn with skulls and bones of men and horses, and with fragments of hats and shoes, saddles and holsters. The next summer, the soli, fertilized by twenty thousand corpses, broke forth Into millions of popples." Swiss Funeral Custom. When a person dies In Switzerland his relatives put outside the howse a little black table, covered with a black cloth, and having on It a black Jar. Into this Jar friends and ac quaintances drop black-edged visiting cards. Liniment V. 8. A. Co. DIPHTHERIA REMEDY PON SALE SV ALL DRUSaiSTS AND QfcNIftAL STONES Iff II nuts! Liiil Photography Foreshadowed. La Fontaine, who died loug before Bcheele was born, gives in one of his fables a method of picture-making wnicn may be regarded as foreshadow Ing the beautiful art which Is now of service to mankind In so many differ ent ways. It occurs under the title o.vage Suppose." and a description runs as follows: "There was no paint er In that country; but If anybody wished to have the portrait of a friend, of a picture, a beautiful landscape, or of any other object, water was placed In great basins of gold or silver, and then the object desired to be painted was placed in front of that water. After a while the water froze and be came a glass mirror, on which an In effaceable Imago remained." T. L Hopeworth In Chambers' Journal. TEA We take some risk of your grocer's being too glad to pay-out our money. Your trocar return, your money If you don't Ilk. Schilling'. Bait. Fascination of Bank Book. More absorbing than the most thrill ing book of fiction is a bank book. I Its tale Is never too long, nor its j pages too many, and the long row of ugures so ory in otner books are in tensely interesting. But In order to enjoy Its pages, each man must own bis own bank book. TEA The easiest business under the sun is the moneyback business; and moneyback tea is the nicest tea. Tour rrocor return, your money If you don't like BcnUIIng'. Beat. Organized Jewish Community. There Is no organized community of Jews anywhere In Japan excepting at Nagasaki. The synagogue there was built by a Japanese woman who had married a Jew. When he died she built the synagogue In his memory. TEA Do you know Schilling's Best? Do you know what it means ! Cooks Are Necessary. A Pittsburg educator tells us cooka are paid more than teachers. Oh, well, one must eat, while, on the other hand, at a pinch a man can make bla mark to a contract Involving millions. Comforts of Travel. The porter on the California Limited this winter will be prepared to press a gentleman's trousers while he waits. This Is a new wrinkle, introduced for the benefit of lastidlous dressers. It Isn't absolutely necessary to carry along an extra pair of trousers, either; the porter works while you sleep. On this luxurious train daily market reports are received by wire; there are the latest morning and evening newspapers Issued en route, fine sta tionery, a library of western books and current magazines. A Whitley exer ciser for those who wish to keep up their athletics, and electric curling irons for the lpdles are other travel comforts. The Santa Fe intends to keep Its fast flyer at the front. Rarest American Book. The rarest American book Is the New England Primer, "the little Bible of New England," as It has been call ed, which Is so rare that the earliest printed editions have vanished, no one knowing, Indeed, when and where the first edition was actually Issued. TEA Buy tea by the ounce till you get Schilling's Best; it makes no difference then. Write for our Knowledge Bock, A. Schilling- A Company, Han Franclaco. Sawdust for Wcunds. Fine sawdust has been suggested as a dressing for wounds and as a vehicle for antiseptics. The finely sifted dust, when used alone, is said to make a clean and pleasant dressing, for It readily absorbs the discharges with out becoming lumpy or adhering, and It is as easily rendered antiseptic as cotton wool. Sawdust of the yellow pine, rich as It Is In turpentine. Is 8 valuable antiseptic application for wounds. A nl'ARANTEKD Ct'RR FOB PILES. ttchlntr. Blind, Itleeulnit or ITuirtnllntf I'tles. Your druwMat will refund ncy If l"A,i OINTMENT fall. 10 curs you lu H day., bob. Change In Readers' Tastes, The writer of short stories who suc ceeds In marketing bis wsres nowav days Bometlmes wonders If Maggie Tulliver, Little Nell or Col. Newcome would be allowed to die in s modern magazine offlt.e. TEA Wouldn't you like to buy milk as you buy our tea? Tnnr frooer return, your money If you don't like bchlllhig . He.'. Salaries of Public Official!. The salary of the mayor of Boston Is $10,000, $2,000 more than Is paid the governor of Massachusetts. The mayor of San Francisco receives $6, 000. the amount paid the governor of California. TEA Every pound Schilling's Best is a free sample if you don't like it Tour gTOOtr return, tour money If yon don't like It Tea Not a Temperance Drink. Tea Is held by "Good Health" to b cot, strictly speaking, a temperance drink. It Is not taken as a food nor as an Innocent relish lo food, but for Its fascinating effect on the nervous fl tem. A VISIT TO FATHER CHRISTAVAS One CJulstmus Eve, while his par ents were tint dining with friends, Ut ile Walter began a letter to Father Christmas. To tell the (ruth, Walter could only wrlto stralKht strokes ns )'et, but he set them nitle by side very evenly ami neatly. All the while he was writing, Walter argued with him self that Father Christmas would be able to read the exaet meaning he had in mind. What Waller wauled was to visit the place where all Christmas toys are kept, "Oh, If only I might go Into that storehouse of things," he thought, and clapped his hands with Joy. "I ought to have written it yeiiler day, for he must be awfully busy to day. But he can manago so many things at once. What trouble could my visit give him? I would not stay long; I would look 'round very quick ly, and cotue back to papa and mam ma, who would not yet be home." These were the reflections that worked In Walter's brain, for he was not a stupid boy. He had not finished his pagt of strokes, when two little angels, one dark-haired and one fair, who were looking through the window perhaps noting what toys were to be delivered at that house, silently came In and carried him off. Away went Walter, up through space. The brown haired angel went on his way, but the fair one took Wal ter to be Introduced trt Father Christ mas, who Is the King of the Toys now nd forever. After mounting thousands of white steps, Walter found hlmHelf In the presence of Father Christmas. The old man had a white, pointed hood on his head. His face was serious and his heard long and silvery. Iiehlrd him a wide staircase led up, up, find other stairs, too, led up to an Immeine cathedral, as white as milk. Father Christmas looked hard at Ine little traveler and said to him: "I have read your letter. 1 cannot allow you to go into that bullilTng, which is in my ehurge. But I can tell you this: It Is full to the dome with toys which I shall send as presents all over the world this very night. But 1 will allow my messenger boys to take you Into the forests of Christmas trees. You may help them to cut down or pull up the ftr trees, and then tie little toys and colored tapers to the branches. They will sew wings to your shoulders that you may be able to fly. Go, little ones!" And Waller went with the fair an gel, not daring to look back at Father Christmas, who npoke to him so grave ly, nor at the white cathedral where were such heaps and heaps of toys. "And whore shall we find the things we are to fasten on to the branches of the Christmas trees?'' Wulter asked of his gentle companion. "They wiil be brought to us from all parts of the workshops where they are made." "How many are there?" "Three. In the first dolls are made and then dressed from head to foot. In the second weapons and armor are forged. Swords must be tempered and breastplates hammered out. To say nothing of the castings of cannon and the making of lead soldiers. Our smiths and our chemists are ory clever." "In the third they make boats, barges and sailing boats and steam ships. The engineer angel who man uges the business knows all the latest Improvements. He himself has In vented a submarine vessel that can be propelled about for six months be low the surface without stopping." The vast forest of snow and pine trees stretched as far as the eye could see. The light of the moon and stars brightened the pretty snow, which kopt on falling. The straight trees stood as motionless us wooden sol diers. "Now, let us go to the workshops," said Walter, eagerly. "Not Just yet. It Is our business to dress and beautify son.e Christmas trees. We will do that here, so as to lose no time. Postrlders come straight down from heaven with Bleighs loaded with little toys, and we only have to tie them with gilt twine to the strong branches." "And yet," said Walter, very timid ly, "there are Christmas trees In the houses before Christmas Day." "A few days before, yes," replied the fair angel. "But they have all been provided by us. In fact, there Is a troop especially employed in that service. They set to work immediate ly after the Sunday before December a- -- -a.-- -j, - .- : AN 1DEAI CHRISTMAS MCRNING. "Nix. 3.' . i.Sl T-fl Itil Zu. They go In sets of threes. One carries a lanten,, the second the toys and the third the tree covered with tapers. We shall soon he out of the forests, my little Walter, and are with in two fllishts of tho workshops for toys. We will begin with the manu factory of dolls. You will see heaps ot pretty creatures. The little angel and Walter went Into the second paradise. Heaps of little ladles and gentle men lay on the tables and on tbs floor; In the corners were piles of lugs, arms, bodies and heads. Sculp tors were putting Ihem together. measuring them very accurately; painters were touching the cheeks with pink and lips with red. Careful artists dressmakers, shoemakers and needlewomen did the rest. A poet even was engaged to teach the dolls that could speak. Out of a chimney as 1 nil as the obe lisk came a great cloud of smoke. "I will order a suit of armor!" cried Walter, clapping his hands. "No, no. Nobody can give orders here. Only Father Christmas has a right to give orders. Nobody obeys any one but him," replied the angel. alter saw he had made a mistake. He went In quite grave and silent He admired tho forge, the bellows, the red-hot Iron. The smith's hammer beat In steady time, and the loud tones of tho anvil rang out like a song of triumph amid the fireworks of sparks. The linmmcrman sang to the .note of the anvil, to help himself to strike the Iron in a regular beat. Next' they came to the place where boats were made. Such a pretty scene! A wide rivulet of blue water flowed through a sunny meadow, and on it the carpenters and engineers of this heavenly navy were trying the vessels Ihcy had Just finished. There were sailing boats for fisher men, and steamers and ironclads. "Now, come away," bis winged com panion whispered In his ear. "It It very late; I must be going down all the chimneys. Make haste!" Together they went back to the shining path. As soon as they had left the road they flew down on cloudi of snow which were falling. Soon they saw steeples and roofs. "Here. Walter, Is the town you live In. In five minutes you will be In bed. I must take off your wings, for they must never touch anything earthly. Walter awoke. The door of the' bedroom was openi and his mother, who had Just come In, hugged him very tightly. The chimney place was full of toys. On the floor by his bed lay a ppge of neat straight strokes. Thank God for Christ. Full nineteen hundred years Of history Of human joy and tears. And my.stery Since Christ was born. Mon ponder o'er the paet And whnt may be; Hut nliall until the lest. Imperfect The path they tread. Vnt n they backward look Ar.d at rive to seize The meaning of the book Of centuries, Whoee store Is theirs. Their heails o'erflow with prals While rrecd and cant Ftanri silent, and they raise The blessed chant, Thank Cod for Christ. Jftmea I, Roy Btockton. rntnci I, Bnv SlttvM SEEKING A t08t. Modern Scientiatt Bafflee to Temper Copp Tame and fortune await the lul.kv Individual who can rediscover the com bination of metals from which the Egyptians, the Aitecs and the Incas of Peru made their tools and arms. Though each of these nations reached a high state of civilization, none ot them ever discovered Iron, in spite of the fact that the soil of all these coun tries was largely Impregnated with It Their substitute, for It was a combina tion of metals which had the temper of steel. Despite the greatest efforts the secret of this composition baa baf fled scientists and has become a lost art. The great sxulorer IIumhuK.t tried to discover it f'jm an analysis of a chisel found In an ancient Inca silver mine, but all that he could find out was that It appeared to be a combination of a small portion of tin with copper. This combination will not give the hardness of eteel, so It Is evident that tin and copper could not have been Ita only component parts. Whatever might have been the nature of the metallic romblna tlon, these ancient races were abl so to prepare pure copper that It equaled In temper the finest steel pro duced at the present day by the most scientifically approved process. With heir bronze and copper instrument! they were able to quarry and shape the hardest known stones, such ai granite and porphyry, and even cut emeralds and Ilka aubstancet. A re discovery of this lost art would revo lutionize many trades In which steel at present holds the monopoly. If coo per could thus be tempered now lt advantage over steel would be very great and It would no doubt be pre ferred to the latter In numerous Indus tries. It Is a curious fact that though this lost secret still baffles modern scientists It must havs been discov ered Independently by the three races which made use of It so long ago. Unlesa It la a Very Foggy Day. You can make a girl believe she has curly hair by saying so. New York Press. Doing Great Work. Florlsant, Mo., Deo. 19th. (Special) That Dodd'a Kidney Pills are doing a great work In curing the more ter rible forms of Kidney Disease, such as II right's Disease, Dropsy and Dlubetes, everybody knows. But It must also be noted that they are doing a still greater work In wiping out thousands of cases of the earlier stages of Kid ney Disease. Take for Instance, Mrs. Peter Barteau of this place. (She says: 'I have been subject to palna In my back and knees for about three years, but since I have been taking Dodd's Kidney rills I have been entirely cured." Others here tell similar stories. la fact, In this part of Missouri there are scores of people who have. cured the early symptoms of Kidney Disease with Dodd's Kidney Pills. The use of the Great American Kidney Remedy thus saved not only the lives of Kid ney Disease victims, but thousands of other Americans from years of suffer ings. Prisoners Learn Tr. det. In the British military prisons the prisoners practice rifle shooting, gym- rantlcs and signaling, and those who are to be discharged from the army it the end of I heir terms learn a trade, if they have none. How's Thli ? We offer One Hundred Dnliar. Reward for an. Base r Catarrh tbat cannot lie eurrd bv Hall . eatarro t;ure. F. .1. CHKNKY ft TO., Toledo o We. the mideralaued. have known P .1 t hener ! rortneia.t lb year, and !lle turn nerlerny n.in orahle In all bualne.. irana.-tln. and fluHnclally able bo uarry out any oIiIIkhIIiui. made by hLflrtn naLt'iNO. n, i y .t a a Marvin WbuleM.le DritKirl.i.. Toledo. O Hall'l Catarrh Cure 1. takon Internally, acting: directly upon the blood and tntiC'itA .urface. of tha ly.tein. Teillnionlal. .em free Frlue 15 eeuu par ooiue. notu iy an iiruKKl.i.. lane nan . ramiiy nil. f ir eon.tipaiioo. Think Straight. It would be Impossible for a lawyer to make a reputation In his profession while continually thinking about medicine or engineering. He must think about law, and must study and become thoroughly imbued with its principles. It Is unscientific to expect to attain excellence or ability enough to gain distinction In any particular line while holding the mind upon and continually contemplating something radically different. Success Maga- tine. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully enry battle of CA8TOT11A, a utfa and sure remedy for Infants and children, and a tbat It Slgnatoraof AV. ikCA4!. In Use For Over SO Teara. The Kind Too liars Alwayi Sought, Great Men Unhappily Mated, Mollere married a girl from his own troupe, who made him experience all those bitter disgusts and ridiculous embarrassments which be himself played off at the theater. Addison, bteele and Rousseau were similarly ma -ried to uncongenial partners, who weie the source of much unbapplness to them. TEA You don't think Schil ling's Best is better than anybody else's best; very well ; you can try it Sure Stimulus to Conversation. When you meet a man and are n a loss for a subject of conversation ask him to tell you about his troubles. TEA We are an extravagant people; not with tea; yes, we are. Tour crrr return, rear money If von don' 1U Bciimin.''. seat. Prophecy Fulfilled. The pitcher had gone to the well once too often. At last he was broke, as had been nroDhesled. So was his friend the shortstop, for the well which they went to was of grape-water, and It cost them five dollars a throw, Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. mm Many women are denied the happiness of children through derangement of the generative organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. "Piii Mrs. Fins-Hilt : I suffertd with stomach complaint for years. I got ao bad that I could not carry my children but five months, then would have a miscarriage. The last time I became prernant, my husband pot me to take lij tlitt E. l'ink ham's Vecr table Compound. After taking the first bottle 1 was relieved of the sick ness of stomach, and began to feel bet ter In every way. I continued ita use and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice) baby girl, and can work better than I aver could before. I am like a new woman. Mrs. Frike Beteii, 23 S. Second 6t, Meriden, Conn. $5000 ferttli If tri,lnl tf (KWt titer prmlng genuine m cannot avMueei, FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMAN. Don't Iieslfate to writ to Mr. Pinkliitm, She will understand your rase iwrfoctly, and will treat you with Kindness. Her advice) Is free, and the address Is Lynn. MtiNsj. No woman ever reirrettea having; written her, and she baa helped thousands. Cable Message Flashed Quickly. It takes about three seconds for a message to go from on end of the Atlantic cable to the other. TEA Good tea is a real good! there is long comfort in it, besides the taste for an in stant. Your iriwar raturoa your Boa.y If yon Soot Ilk. BchlllluC Bait. Supplies All Household Needs. A firm In New York has contracted to supply a largo number ot complete bouses, Including decoration and tht engagement of servants, for 0,000. TEA This is the coffee country; it ought to be also a tea country. How shall it come to pass ? Your grnoer return, your moo. It you Aoa'a Ilka h'llllllmt'. Beat Youth Kept from Temptation. No person under 16 years of age ia permitted to enter a theater or tavern In Heligoland. to rtitH a com it on is iat Taktt l.ax.llio llr-imi tjulitlna Tablet.. All dm mitt rvtiitnl III ni ,nry tr It fall, to curt, B. W. Or0't'. .tguaturtt la on tatu bus. 2ao Hearty Appetites of Birds. A redstart has been known to eat 600 flies an hour, and a blackcap has destroyed 2,000 green files from a rose bush in a greenhouse In a tew hours. The wren feeds her young thirty-six times an hour. TEA Schilling's Best at your grocer's. Schilling's Best at your grocer's. Ha raturtu your money If yon don 'I Uk n. Coau aim notutiur. Woman's Inconsistency. Many of those women who say that beautifying Is foolish are living con tradictions Of their own statements. TEA The use of tea is increas ing among our people; they get good tea; and they go by the book. Your trocar return, your tnoo.y If yon Seal like Bcnllllng'. Be.t. A Celebrated Apotegm. Patriotism having become ons ot our topics, Johnson suddenly uttered. In a strocgly determined tons, aa apotegm, at which many will start: "Patriotism Is the last refuge of a scoundrel." But let It be considered that he did not mean a real and gen erous love or ?ur country, but tbat pro tended patriotism which so many, in all ages and countries, have made a cloak for self-interest. Boswell's Life of Johnson. Mr. Winelow'a Soothlnic Syrup, orrnllrtrro tetlilui(, .often, tin-Kuraa, reaoeee ta aaauiuitu,Ua'apaUt,curttawlUilcollu. StBcabottuft, English Language In America, Of the English speaking branches which belong to the parent tree. Eng land, America, although tho oldest, bag diverged least. It I surprising what a number of American words have been lntrc.''.oed Into England many o hich are now considered In digenous to the soil. A large portion of the slarg which Is spoken by the middle class In Eng'and has its ori gin in America slso. anaankaa.ea.rkr oatar atnnrv to. tint. 9vne rnfcl"llllvwlYtissai.iii m kuhbodi. ni Beautiful Old Age. Roses are most beautiful just before the petals fall. So it Is often wits old age touched wllh kindliness and ten der sympathy.