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JUNE 19; 1909
THE PIOCHE RECORD
PAGE TWo
: QUAKER MUSINGS.
Even the ralnliow follows its natural
ent
Many a man la as dull as his point
af view.
Somo people won't steal as long as
they can borrow.
Even tho loft-handed man may feel
that he does everything right. '
It Is sometimes hard for a man tc
He on the level and climb upward.
We would all lather profit by the
mistakes of others than by our own.
Good habits require constant culti
vation, but bad oues grow like weeds.
The hen that has just laid an egg
acklca almost as much as a woman
who has Just told a secret.
Virtue is its own reward, as the fatted
alf discovered when he got it In the
eck for the prodigal son.
"It's the little things that count
quoted the Wise Guy. "That's right."
greed the Simple Mug. "A microbe
ten't as big as an elephant, but If does
lore damage."
"Why don't you stop begging and
look for work?" demanded the man
wft had been touched. "What's the
use of giving up a sure thing for an
uncertainty," replied the beggar.
Philadelphia Record.
Sleep.
When to jwift BK'pp we give ourselves
away,
Ann In a dream as In a fairy bark
Drift on and on through Urn enHmntod
dark I
To purple Rrny daybreak little thought
we pay ' "
To the R:eet bitter world 'we know by
tiny.
We are clean riult of It. nr In a Inrk
80 hi;h In heuven no human eye ran
nark
The thin swift pinion cleaving" through
the (-ray.
Till we awake, ill fate can do no III,
The l.'ntini? heart wliall not take up noli
The Ituvy Iniul that yet must malie it
hi, e,l:
For ih'f brief spare the louil world'
voire In Htlll.
Ko ftiinlrst eeiio of It brhiK uh pain.
How Mill It he when we Hiiall .sleep, In-
deed?
-T. B. A'drl-h.
FROM THE PENCIL'8 POINT.
Offensive wives make defensive hits
bauds.
It's the worst kind of luck when yon
have that kind.
Hut few men who szy nothing hive
the wood-sawiug habit.
' Everybody knows that a busybody
has a bote for scandal.
At the age of 30 a girl begins lo
realize that site inUses the "Mrs."
A man either makes more or h'38
money than he says he makes.
Ii grets for the past seldom keep a
woman from accepting the present.
Put a man under the X-ray machine
If you' wouid find out what Is !n him.
Rather than stand up for their prin
ciples tome men sit down and let
money talk.
In after years a man has R mighty
poor opinion of a young man who likes
to dance.
Our idea of a real genius is one who
invents a way to make a good living
for his family. , A
Some men look for work with about
as much enthusiasm as they would
look for a rase of smallpox.
It's almost as hard for a rich man
to enter the kingdom of heaven as it
Is tor a poor man to break Into the
United States senate. .
WHIMS.
Wolfskin makes the best banjo
parchment.
Swans keep water completely free
of weeds. . '
The temperature of space Is 200 de
grees below zero. -
There' three pounds of grapes in a
boiilo ot rhan.ragne.
...
Chinese athletes believe duck brains
to he ii.u most strengthening food.
Thprpnrpnsmanv ' JJ""V -
1
as mere
watches
Fairbanks-Morse
Engines
are the full-jewelled
kind.
m
Over thirty-five
thousand
Fairbanks-Morse
Engines . -
in actual use with
as many satisfied
customers.
Can Yon Afford to
Experiment?
IFsntrlbaMcs-Moirse & Co.
218-220 S. West Temple About April 1st in our new building, Second South and
First West Streets, Salt Lake City, Utah.
NISSEN STAMPS
STEAM PUMPS
STEAM HOISTS
;, ME, MILL ; AMD SHELTER " SURPLUS AND . FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES
I
Astrologer's Letter to Van Buren.
An astrologer's loiter to Pre "idem
Van Buren, torcc-isting the results' ot
hiB election it 'SI'). Is a recent ac-anl-Hlon
of !ut i.'bary of C'ongieas.
It is a tnitpi ' ,0. 'i Irncn, and, perhaps
?lvt a crufli idea of , somo of the
falluiifs of on.' g.-anJfnthers. The fol-
1 lowing Is tr.i e!rct: "I have oj e:ied
', the horofitore for flen. Harrison,
I which nceorl' wllh the chief events
I of Ms past ffr- and which, if right,
I he will tic fi tha office of president
j (Ins the nri term, even if elected.
And the danger I apprehend to your
! self Is 1101 fi'jiii your public opponents,
' but from th'o on whom you repose
confidence.". Those who are supersti
tious may l. 1. it-lined to credit this
star-Riuser wl'h snvio measure of wis
dom, lor l'i','.i'. i.n. ul.'hcutrh elected,
I u;i:u u iiiuiiiu i ivi iiiauui alum.
Famous Old Washington Store.
'Mention Stunts at any club or.dln
:e ." or tocial gatberins In Washington
ind the floodsatfs of I'-'mlnlsoenee are
lpeifed. Through, the dark days of tha
;lvll war and recojistruotion, in days
if national plenty and panic, tho little
:andy shop kept open all day and
hvough the evenings to satisfy the
vants of children and brighten the
ives of fathers and mothers.
Joseph Stuntz died : In 1864, before
the close of the war, but the fame of
his shop had spread, and it already
had been necessary for the wise-managing
wife to add to their stock with
toys from Baltimore, imported from
the old Country. What little boy In
Washington, whether northerner or
southerner, was not made happy lp
those days with soldiers in nice Gei
tnan non-committal colors?
FLASHES OF FUN.
Some mortals are overloaded with
motives.
Do not waste your time In trying to
get even. . -
Some homes are merely well-regulated
excuse factories.
Nothing can couvince a lazy man,
that he Is not a victim of bad lupk. ..
Why was Eve like Sunday? Be
cause she was the first of the weak.
He How can a mn rest on pos
terity? She On the lapse of time.
Mamma Marion, I am surprised ,4
that you should Buffer a man to klsa ,.
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