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The enviable mnn who found him, "the Stanley of Salisbury," as ho was called, camo forward, and umld chcors and tear* related his experience.

Tho To Ileum was sung, u prayer of thanksgiving was offered, i nd reports from the search- ing party were given.

It reminded one of tho occasion of old whon the Good Shopherd, uftor being out among tho mountains on a llko search, gathered his friends and neighbors together, saying: "Rejoice with mo.

Every body congratulated every body clso and especially the father, who seemed to be holding a roal reception.

l'yle haa accepted a Billon with Ken)haw A Braslior at BO. I We are going to follow tb U up each weak with a different tleml, and eaeh aad every time we Mi all offer i ^kitting That Will LW; 'Hm n ieb wo T.'S^* watch m immmi WATCH IT Mil! Traces of leaves wore found In his mouth, mid ho Bald himself that ho nto them. About one o'olook Ko Bsltor thought he discovered some- thing moving down the bed of a stream. Evidently the unusual noise frighlenod the little fellow, for ho threw up his hands and started on • run. caning to him that he would take him to his "papa," and finally captured tho llltlo follow, more wild with Joy than the discoverer of tho Kohluoor. The fourth day oponed with sunshine for the first timo. und ia aside from whero the main body wore aeurchlug, being also in another direction from where the foot- prints were seen. Tha wooda uro the home of wild cata, foxes and occasional wolves, who might readily molest a child wandering In those wilds. Is sovcu miles away over a rough mountain road with a steep climb In many n place.

l'yle haa accepted a Billon with Ken)haw A Braslior at BO. I We are going to follow tb U up each weak with a different tleml, and eaeh aad every time we Mi all offer i ^kitting That Will LW; 'Hm n ieb wo T.'S^* watch m immmi WATCH IT Mil! Traces of leaves wore found In his mouth, mid ho Bald himself that ho nto them.

About one o'olook Ko Bsltor thought he discovered some- thing moving down the bed of a stream. Evidently the unusual noise frighlenod the little fellow, for ho threw up his hands and started on • run. caning to him that he would take him to his "papa," and finally captured tho llltlo follow, more wild with Joy than the discoverer of tho Kohluoor.

The fourth day oponed with sunshine for the first timo. und ia aside from whero the main body wore aeurchlug, being also in another direction from where the foot- prints were seen.

Tha wooda uro the home of wild cata, foxes and occasional wolves, who might readily molest a child wandering In those wilds.

Is sovcu miles away over a rough mountain road with a steep climb In many n place.

The rain con tiuued, aud a cold, dreary mist hung upon tho mountains, making many a strong mm numb with the cold and wet The woods wet-o searched in every quarter without discovering a singlo trace further. Prepara- tions were made for dragging certain of tho mountain ponds into which tho ch: L! The third day opoucd with three hundred mon In the field. The party satis- fied themselvos tbut thu child could not possibly bo In the territory thus gone over.