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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S, iimiiintiittiiTtttTtri '!'' r ' Mi1'' ..li,!l tlJJ y. i ,r. .A' Y. a ; 4 i; 1 ' ) frontier the of time af-- j and tr Jvnf ami, 'of nurd work I (pfieUnts on th rarieh. Instead, J he tM tiio A uiierartliat of Dad CalKlna, a retired army man of whom litUe Is known. A girl, still in her teens, survives Calkins. Mc- '. j'P&rtiiy,' anajooni keepr and ca leading citizen, aenuea mat ) Uyi ; FlTk "..flow-- alone; r Uv Sth world. should marry.". She agrees to pick a';hubn.Tid train Die of ;jouq men Irned lip in her home. To his she selects Shelby, consternation, who had gone along merely as a spectator. ., The i wedlng takes place and the couple set out for "8hrtby rancB. With them la "Kkl" Macklln, Tvtiom Shelby has , hired as a helper. :On the way the her name Is ., girl tells her husband Olga Carlyn, and also tells him 'something of the peculiar circum-- i stances of her life.,) Upon their arrival at the ranch Shelby is struck down,, from behind .and left for ' dead.1 He recovers consciousness to '.find that Macklln and his wife have , gone;; We .starts in pursuit He learns his wife la an heiress, that her abduction has been carefully and that' she has been taken to Wolves" Hole, a strong-- , hold of tha bandits and bad Indians. Reaching Wolves', Hole, he Is by "Indian Joe" and forced . accompany him Into " the hole. !Hewa-.hclaims to be one of the" .conspirators and Is locked up pending developments, He con tides in Mexican girl, Pancha, in love with Macklln, who intends to marry Olga, Paneha.. planning to rid of her, rlvaL get releases Shel-b- y ( ' and, guides bin?. to a .. hiddes .1 . ' ''"' ,inl ? ;nre ltt,,ll1lKf Ojlt t, she had been . ' 'a' !!,'' nr.-i'.- CHAPTER .'! Uli.-.- X it. XjI l ':(. t 10 .f . i ,! . ' wi Continued. i T J; Descending was far easier than the toilsome'. climb through the dnrkneaa - Of the nitflit before: i There was nolh-ln- a in, sight so far as the mouth of the JTavine u bore It opened into the main i valley, ii, Beyond' that he could per-- . celve 'njovlng.flgures, and, occasionally hear the Bound of a distant voice. It was clearly evident to his mlud that ufiurttiai nuint! .hnyT-eu gonmtifnjj rd4-rneripht t d Isoatarf pr I l v, 'dangeM-W'tirohsf- Stich'ex-ftlfcnfe- e' confined under guard during the past night, yet she certainly was not there now. The deserted appearance of the place was Jroof positive that she had been taken elsewhere. Voices sounded off toward the broader expanse of valley, but too far away to present danger; even as he stood cautiously up, and looked out over the tops of the weeds he could see nothing to create alarm. lie' was alone,1 unseen, unsuspected, and yielded to' the desire to learn what was within the' hut.' She might have left some message, some sign of her presence,' which would prove a clue. 'lI The outer door was secured merely by a wooden latch, and opened easjly to his touch.' Afraid lest some "unknown eye might mark his movements Shelby glided quickly In through the narrow opening, and instantly pressed the door shut behind him. He was in almost total darkness, the' only Tight, finding entrance between the boards at the single window. He felt his ; way blindly across the room,, guided by this dim ray, and, discovering one of the boards somewhat loosened, managed to Wrench it free, thus permitting the gray daylight to gain entrance. ' This gave hira a dlnl view of the Interior, a nearly square room,' inexpressibly dirty, and without thrust furniture, except a rongh bench ' back against one wall. Straight across from where he stood some black object lay upon the' floor, so1 indistinct in Its outlines he could not, In that faint light, ' determine what It might be a pile of rags, perhaps, or a shapeless heap of rubbish, He stepped forward, curious to learn Its nature, yet stopped suddenly, staring down In speechless horror. He was beside the bodies of two men. both dead, gripped together, stiffened in the very attitude - with which death had overtaken them. ; They bad died fighting like wild dogs,, and their strange posture told the whole story, Shelby, crushing back the dread he felt, tried to part them, but the stiffened limbs would not yield. One .was a white man, the other an Indian, the latter shot through, the chest, f he for-- i mer apparently choked to death,, the rigid red fingers of his antagonist sUll clutching his throat. Beyond on the floor lay a revolver and a knife. Shelby stared at the gruesome scene, unable to remove his gaze. In the dim light the features of the two men were almost, unrecognizable. ..What had caused this tragedy 7 this fierce1 ' i bo-- j tllA i'UPIf CTt,1 ii'l,utcr OB " l nt ifooni iathtPM of the ttrtlpt 'i'wl e alioJfeitjConvlnced that ) HllW fnflre llnporfanf! tlifiig had for the time being, at least, rendered his own escape a matter of small consldera--tlo- n If any attempt had been made - to trail, him, this effort had certainly already been abandoned. As he leaned ;,forth from his hiding place he saw, the scarcely: a 'hundred yards-away- , log wulls of that hut, concealed among the trees which he had dimly noted from the crag above. This was probably, where Olga had been confined. BJa beart heat rapidly .as he studied the outlines. iConld she be there stiU7 Was Maeklin with her? or had she been left there under guard of some of his Indian allies? (. If she was there, and not toe securely , guarded,, It might be possible i for lilm alone to effect her rescue. The .Inspiration to make the attempt ap-- f pealed to him strongly. If he only Could :get .her away unobserved ns far as tbat cave, he believed It possible to follow ,Uie. trail to the summit. The . project appeared simple enough, as he turned. It. thus, over in his mind; at least It, surely could da no harm for blm. to. determine. definitely if the lady Still remuined Imprisoned there. He would venture far enough to assure himself that this must be the fact. Shelby was sufficiently conscious of danger to use every precaution ; the training tfj ytirn ff nv to bis UV Xhe rocky pMti.Sf t)i Stream; wce mi- -' rflcU'nUy , UIkU 4q rimceiil, bis .advance, curbed iiboitr 'no as to j4f llnjirt-eek- i approach the hiit wlthlu'a few yards.' Assured that the water would thus conceal tils trail, he crept, across the narrow open 'space, and lowered him-- ! 'self over the bunk, crouching knee deep in the cold stream,' safely under Cover. Thus protected he wadd slow-ldownward. lie saw no evidence of ' any guard, and become convinced the ' cabin also was deserted; that If this was' actually the place where 01n "had been confined on arrival, she had InCp txen removed elxewhere. ' As he drew nenrvr the place npieared rid, rather dilapidated and long desert-- ' d, a shark scarcely tit for htimnn habitation any longer The one window was hoanled up, and patched roof of ' thVlean-txnirged dismally. ' This was ''rrrfnVrly hot the place: no one appnr-'cnfltmd lived there for ninny a year. " Htllt, tww he had ventured so' much. It ' hilglrf he well to take n look Ins'nle. Assuredly no harm could lie done hy his sefirchinjf the rooms, and t.'iis would, reviu e only a monicnt or two. y He t!rw,h Wit self, up Juto the weeds, end wlgsled hia. way forw ard until be ,ohnicl, a full ,vlew ofbutthe door. It Vyas,, tishtl ., y'loaeil unguarded .,itUoul(. , noeed 14 genrch rvven't'il no i(u, that tnu hut liad been visited for, inontlii, until .lie. Vtmie within a , yard or two of the lorg. step 'before tim envunre; tlnn li mi'ldeiily en-- , pdinterfij,'.' footprint ..In .the softer . ground,, npd was elite to dwtingiiish' more tlma one. he. I v here. ".some ii -' ht'd pushed a' passage' tJioiigM ' thriHi-- h the surrounding tangle of weeds. 'll stU'iiei these signs Intently, ftt l"CJTBtl DoUUog rMLuLiluJ2 t i : - , j . . u, . . ct the way." t ., i , , t ''Yonmean A rw tnJsr i - ; ,: i : told Ithe story, , when he was drunk, to another rascal. I crept up. to a camp-fir- e one night and heard the latter relate the tale." glafef fellow was Slagin, Hanley's partner. her f no frood. , Then, he, hjid; cqnie. had come there' in the rilghf like a klinldng x&fi khowlng- - of fafckltn's "ali-sence.- to carry out iqme foul object of nPs'oSvn. H, S '"-- " The ranchman Irewi la j a) Jlotii breath, and stood up. The silence and gloom oppressed him, as his eyes once more; swept , about the dismal apart-niep- ti, It,.wuSi purely, a fit abode ,f,or murder,, but, the,, sight; of nthose ,tvo dead bdles Interlocked on the,' floor, was more than he could bear. Obey-- . Ing the first Impulse he dragged thera. still gripping each' other, across the floor, and thrust them under the bench,, flinging over them1,11 the folds:';of a tatv'" .''" ''''," tered blanket' ,' But what 'of Surely '.no.. one could have been here since these two . men ' fought? ' Otherwise their bodies 'would have been found, and careaV for.'1 1,' must; be. that Macklln had not et' returned,, and that1 Hanley knew' nothing of Slaglri'S desperate' Venture.''1 Then! the girl must still be confined In the house, helpless to escape and guarded by these dead men. The' thought ' sent the 'blood surging Into Shelby's throat, ' and his eager ' eyes"sought the only door opening through the' side wall. It was tightly closed and' secured by a strong bar of wood.1 He picked up' the revolver from !the floor, and went swiftly forward, prepared to face whatever might be' revenjed-beyonThe bar fitted snugly, yet he forced it free of , the clasps, and pushed the door open with his knee,1 watcTifully peering Into the darkness behind. He saw nothing, no flutter of movement,' no evidence that the place was occupied. In spite of daylight ' without,' the room, with Its shattered windows, remained black. Ills heart almost ceased to beat, yet he advanced into the room, flinging the dodr wide open behind him. This admitted snffident light to enable him to dimly, make out his surroundings a 'couch;, covered with t a bearskin, a rudely made chair,' a bucket of water In one corner, and a faintly revealed figure against the further wall, i 'OIgar he exclaimed. "Olga!" She moved, leaning forward eagerly. are you? Who calls me?" "It Is you. then?" he sprang forward. "Don't be afraid ; I am Shelby " "Shelby you! Tom Shelby! O "' fclod! this Is not a' dream?" ' ' am Just as real as you ho?! are. ' See; touch me.' You thought I '' ' ; was ''dead?" ' "Her hands'were In his" own; ' her his still Incredulous, searching ' face In the dim light. " '. "Pead yes J They told me so ; an Indian said he had crushed In your skull.s He boasted of It V nrl when' I asked that Macklln, he only laughed, when he said It was so." "Laughed, how?" l;" ' ' ' u'r Her eyes Ml.' ie' 'tnthVt'seenV" to' think It could make much difference to me; that I .would care." , , .,. '"",'Buf do you know'who he Is? Did be tell' you? Did the fellow' explain ' hl3 purpose Ih this ontrage?"' " ' "I do, not know; he had no time, no opportunity; we were never alone, Was this ftti AVhat, do you mean? done Tor some deliberate purpose?": ' '"Yes,! it was. Olga. His name Is not Macklln at. 'art'; It is probably Churchill tUM name behave you ever hts-rfore?", ' sure not."''' "' ' ""Not .' he was wofher'a nan "It your came, from. Virgin ur, and was eliv to1' conHideruble- - 'praperty. ' It wm lef to her in trust, and her ucle waa t lie. "Wbere; "On Dragoon creek," . i - i;;,:5 'n"Ni?l't ')ef9rfli last jj while. I was seeKirjg to traU you.".., . ''Slift'tad' never released her grasp of ; now it tightened. ' "Night before last; you you never n knew.lt before?" ; i. "Certainly not." "You didn't marry me be because I had all this money?" , Shelby laughedIlghtly. U)rd. noi I never suspected you na nve cents." ... ,, (."Andr and,:, she went on earnestly, "you you followed after me, hurt as you was, never knowing about all this Just because It was me?". . '.'That's sure right; leastwise until I struck tills .outfit over on Dragoon creek, and I can't say that I cared a the. money at all; only It gave, me a notion of what was up, I'd come Just the same; you can bet your , lire on that," "Oh. I am glad you said sol And you you actually don't care for the ... money?" "Care for' it! Little girl, I ain't given It a thought. I'm here for nis nana . ; : . ' . you !" .'"Me? You care for me?" " "Well. I reckon I must you're my wife, I'm your I?" ain't ' "Yes," she said, rather wearily, "I understand." Her glance was toward the open door Into the other room, and she seemed anxious to change the topic. "What what happened out there last night? Do you know? There was fighting, and a shot fired. I am sure I heard a cry, as though some one was hurt, and then after that everything was1 silent." "There was a fight," he answered, "and It cost the lives of two men-- one white, the other Indian. ' I found them gripped In each other's arms there on the floor, both dead !" ' " '"Both dead! Two of them out there, now horrible! Who are they?" "One must have beea your guard." "Yes, the Indian; but the other?" "A ruffian named Slagin; he was one of the fellows .1 overheard talking about your case. He must have known that Maeklin left you here alone last night, and came to see you for some purpose. He must have encountered the Indian unexpectedly, and the two went Into the death grapple." ' "And both were killed? ' "Yes; the red was shot, and the white choked to death. It was a game fight all right I couldn't pry the fellows apart." r'Aud they are there now?" "Not in sight no; I rolled the bodies back under a bench out of sight, and threw an old blanket over them. Now see here, Olga," he went on earnestly, "we've got to get out of here' before anyone comes. I know.a pface where we can hide, and a trail that leads up from this Hole; but the first thing to do Is to get safely away before Macklln gets hack. You will go With me?" "Of course; but do yon dnre make the attempt by daylight?" "I don't dare anything else. Every minute we waste here adds to our danger. You have nothing to take with yon?" " She shook her head ; then suddenly she lifted her eye again, and looked him directly In the face. , . ."'Torn Shelby." she asked lmietnous-ly- . "Is what you said actually true-t- hat you are Just doing this because trustee." you have got to. being my husband?" "My rnothir" He pfared at her. surprised, and "Yes ; site evc knew this while he lived, but yonr fathwlearned some confused by so direct a question. cf the facta after her denth, and en"Sure; that's what I ought to do. deavored to verify thtn. ilia senrch ain't It? But maybe you don't exactly was what started trouh!; for your salt what I idchii, I I reckon I've s Ms nani ot to thlnkln' a lot altont you lately; Is ancle, Chnrchill had made no effort sinea-thn- t galoot took you away 1 to locate the heir to the property left mean; and and well. I'm d d glad In his care. Instead lie had used the you ore my wife," h broke forth "That's honest how I feel money, believing; himself wrfctly ' nfe. When he- learned of yonr fa- about It." The clear eyes wnfehlng Mm smiled, ther's suspicions, lie became frightand she at refi lled out her hand. ened." 4 "Von are sure thn It Is not Juf a "Can this be true?" "It evidently l true, ofrnniro as It duty."- You really want me to go wlili seetns. Then your father wan kitted, yon?!: row. engirt l sio't, much good tellHjg lhse. perhaps throtiirh by Churchill to imt blin out of the thlnarN but that's what I wnnf. 1 way. and they made every effort to rckrni there ain't no world big enough lon stood between to Toil find yo. k'p me from hnntln' yod up Codj ! wealth. For- diI yoti hear that?" tbeni and this It waa the harsh voice of a hmn tunately you eonld nof linmetirHtety be located ; yon had been hidden away In Mlniflntf, the voice of Jo Muckt'n ' a Catholic school, and, befors Church-il- l "'I . CHAPTER XI. urceedel lu difcovrina uhat schoot Trm-wr- rr A $hot In th Dark. away, and dextroyed every trail.", She st"d clutching him tichllj, both "C4ilklra I V ho and what was heT "A senrent In your fat her.' f twp; staring in startled fear out through h faithful fellow to whom yonr fn' her the uien door Into iho dim light of the front room. The whole situation had confided tils story before he il His one objoet was to keep you safely flaxlied , through Shelby's tnlnd If out of Churchill's hnnd until you Macklln was alone he could handle should becouie of age. That was why him; yet there, waa danger that the d. j . , , . . Jd. tastdd' seeds enough to plant a garden for an average family. hiiii'J 10 " Mountain-grow- n Half Price to You price on this collo-'-tioRegular catalog is Ji.OO. ' As a special trial offer j ' we are making- it only $1.00. This Big Dollar Vegetable Collection') includes these' 26 well-fillpatjkets jj Late Peas, Strinc Bean. i ' Early Pcu, r. n ed Wax Beans. Berts. Cabbace. Carrots, Celery,. Sweet Corn',' ft Cucumbers. Cress, aa. Plant, Kohl y ' Culi-flowe- ' Rabi. Leek, Lettuce, Mnskmellon, Watermellon,' Onlone, Psriler' Pete- -' 'I per. Pumpkin,- Turnips,, Loaa, .Rad-- tj Ishes,' Round Rsdishes., Tomato. i i , 'j, .,,.,t,.,. ... At.,,, JO Ilfllt Every seed a sturdy plant. . 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Koine ono who sought, enlrniice prwlinbly ; some; on eudeavorlng to reach the woman, 'iltitr ItiMpIreJ by gmnX or evil Intent. Vet which was the guard? which th? Invader? Thoe ho had accompanied the Kid at Lhe ranch were al Indiunt, and It was therefore most likely that A; ravage had been loft to watch' over iho girl. Then It was the white man who thus sought to rea h her. For what purpose? "' Shelby bent down and peered Inquiringly ir'.o tbe agonized face of the fit , - te JEWELERS- j -- a?, rm ... -- : d te BOYD " PARE . j tyery aue uerfect and arc sold ftttl't. , T 5i'' when?-'- Yes-r-l- You'll find no better DIAMONDS than those I g ""AlackliB ' ' 1 c i Macklln?"; ttira.lEE " "Yes; only, as I say. that ta probably not jhe fellow's name he Is Cor nell its;, Churchill' son." "Where where did - you learn all of lU leHmg a fcrimilng i feet It i Tae fuce scarcely appeared humane and; yet wnt, vagtiely familiar, fle' had fseenj I)i ouel beforei; fetrealofl, "a rndtctf, and the' recolIrt 'ihe lection came back haunting him the V.er-Olg- . been, traced : the man who. bad suc ceeded' in finding your trail was In Ponca.- - Calkins had to be put out of i Ijti man might shoot and the report be overheard by others... Then, again, he might not be aloae. It was better to make cure first and then act But how? A possibility occurred to hira--I- t was dark within tht second room; he could allp back Into the corner, and remain concealed ; perhaps the fellow would talk, would reveal his plans; at least, once at his ease, he could be made the victim of surprise. But would Olga play the part necessary? "Can you act?" he whispered hastily. "We must fool that, fellow." : ; n I ? M "How do you mean?, What am! I to ! . v i i do?" t V i iv unU J "Make him talk. Let hlmf think yon are all right? above all keep Jiini from suspicion lug that I am either here, or even alive." 'But how can I?" breathlessly, "with the door unbarred, and those dead men?, He will know something , has gone wrong.". ;:, x, "Tell him they fought and killed eaoli other, but that first they unbarred the door. You found them there, and dragged the bodies under the bench. You dared not go away; you were afraid make up some story. Here he is now !", :,s , ,,.,.,,::,. He left her frightened and dismayed by this sudden emergency, and sprang back Into the darkest corner, crouch ing against the log, wall. If she wouhU only induce Macklln to reveal hI3 plans, gain his confidence... He could had ' finally hewas"mnrderel."",Ydu j y I . '"-HeM- . o y i 1ead whieeStriaa.'. ,rti'j leatores were discolored. uist6rtedi' from "the agtiiiy in which he had died, the lips drawi d foet,' ; however, t fm$ ifssfd over the ground again and again, and he even believed, one, and perhaps more, of the wearers had sat on tbe doorstep impatiently stamping their feet.' To ' his,' judgment, the place had Indeed been under guard, and that recently-r-th- e marks were comparatively f resji and clenncut, as though made within a few fours'. '' ",',"',' Then, In nil probability,' this had been the prison where Ills wife wms- held. He' had stumbled upon it. Here, JJi iyyijpsli.'ttjrn Shdby, k jaj'hr. ridea Into town cave.-- rW .iuiccasln-aho- ;4 'woiniTn's'iihoiti, CARtf ' FORl; MEA'J .ht. II v f iMTM!rn! ""'"ft rf??Tf? 1 I rVtitaVSlofekinpS for"; a good II ILm A ILJIMU; IL By RANDALL PARRISH i nM-n- nn T I v- - II II W A j'HI 1 be dragged yon from town to town and kept yon In porerty,'; "But why did ho never tell me all i . this?" ?x X.-Si "I cannot answer that; no doubt he thought it best ; believed tbe time had 'not' come. I understand he acted under legal advice. Then, you know, his death waa very sudden. " ' "Did he kill himself?" H'7 do lpfr thinkso powjijThat was the story In Ponca, but It is my belief see her there in the dim light bending forward and listening, a slender girlish figure. Then the outer door crashed open, letting In a flood of light from without and a step sounded heavily on the floor. The young woman Dry Cleaninr by Parcel Post. ' Send your suits, eoat. .ete. to ns ffir "Master Cleaaina straightened up, the clear profile of drcsse. and Dyein." Salt's Lake's leading- cleaners. her face revealed. Somehow! Shelby W pay return charges. 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Where Is the d d red snake, anyway?" "I do not know very ' much more than you do," she replied quietly. "There was a fight out here some time during the night, and the bar across . the door was knocked down." "A fight! who were they?" , "A white man, and the guard. .They were both, kjlled.", ,t "Both both killed?" he seemed unable to grasp the fact "Who waa the white man?" "I do not know." "And you did not even run away? Did not try to escape?" "Where could I go?" she asked. "What was there for me to do but wait for you to return?" "Weil. If this don't beat B 1 !", he exclaimed. "Why I thought you was afraid of me. You ain't hey?" "No; I I don't think I am. You were not rough with me, and and you said you would have something Interesting to tell me when you got back.? Macklln laughed, evidently relieved. She had spoken as a child might whose curiosity had been aroused. "Oh, I see. my girl; you've been thinking this over, have you. and decided I might not be quite so bad after all. I thought tviybe you'd gft over that tantrum after awhile, for ahucks! I knew thnt feller Shelbv was tiothln' to you. You Just married him ter gtt away from I'onca didn't you?"- n-ART EMBROIDERY CO. Machinery embroidering on ladies' apparel. . Out town business solicited. 201 Brooks Arcade. open-mouthe- RUBBER STAMPS & STENCILS.. Seals sxd ear tags also made. Send for samples, prices, etc Salt Lake Slam Co 6t W. Broadway. SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE.1 Save lodging ; work after school t enroll anytime. ArriUTCJOU percent; 11 a pkg. Everybody buys. AULH13sBDiple free. Dodge Bros:. Salt Lake. , CREAM BOUGHT. Beat prices. Western Crermerv Co.. 244 W. fourth South. MUSICAL RUBBER HOSPITAL We cure injured rubber articles. Boots. Shoes. I Hot Water bottles. Tirea, Tebas, etc etatarfsctioa Return ebargea prepaid.',. Western gusranbeed. Rubber Sales Co., 134 E. Broadway. Salt Lake. ELASTIC STOCKING MFKS.T ., (, Manufacturers abdominat. Maternity supporters. Truss Utters. t,, ! MARINELLO BEAUTY PARLOR. Hair goods Marinello preparations. Mail orders solicited. Clift Bldg., Sslt Lake City. Utah. and i"' f te ;" VULCANIZING ft KETRKADINt;. Quality and serTtee. Standard lire Works, 861 So. State. Inventors Models Made. Key. lock snd guo repairing. Kasihon Novelty Get, tl4S So. State. TJae"lnind Fertiliser." F armors gelthg" blir Write "Inland FerUliset Co," V;lntrvellld. sndsirk Trassea, AbdorAal Sspporiera, room supplies." The JoneaOsHee Coj 165 B. MaVM. nrm VnttK Iyh ai. M ki Imhi i) For leoae leaf binders, speelal itnka, reuurds f all kinds. Fie gives 4uslity Srrviee1 ,, ,,,, a. (TOt)KL()NTIUKU) and tiow," he added, "I'm deaf from ter everlasting taukJnj." Arcade. L. D. 8. BUSINESS COLLEGE. '"'" ehael of Rfflcieney. All demmercml branches. Catalog iree. 0 N. Main St., Sals Lake Citv. KID FITTINS CORSET PARLORS.' I ) Specialists in designing, makimt, ntung corset. Hemstitching, embroidering, braiding, sccordioa ad side pleating, button made. 40 E. Bdwy. , atrj H. Bowmar Co., Brooks WELDING. AUTO RADIATORS ft Machinery built nd repaired. Beat and eheapest,1 Patter M. South State., t Welding ft Repairing ward." hi Rlaii C:i inl Mr. Simpmns In Hard Luck. v Mr. Slmiikins was complaining; to Mm liaootn friend, Jenkins, about tho tirt-rnvrons ills his wife had brotiaht upon hlrti In the course of their association. first I met her." be said. "! WM "WMen ' I k dumb with admiration, vs married her I waa blind with Iot ...ri'l ',l;i;i For best results ship POULTRY BOUGHT. poultry, eggs and game to Fulton Mkt. Correct weight, li oinp' aetssmr; rWrxta isar OLDSMOBlLIi DiarklttU'tOKB. Cars', trassa. Used ear oa. gaian. A. e7,3. Main. Uii J.iir Piston iUrtrtniblrs. 1 GUI I'laUm lung Co.. is East Fourth South ot rang out' Ha saw Maeklin fling up his arms and reel back "A sharply. .. Write for prices.' ' Return dmthe Hat Fastorr. Hi EES. tharges prepaid, - ; , l BATS . i , , INSTRUMENTS. , Everything known la music. Daynes-Beev-i. Salt Laksi City. , ATTFND UTAH For practiced lIUSlNRSft tXJLLI.UK Liiwralion. - llunincHa I i MOI.F.R BARBER COLLEGE. Wllff as bar-b-er In few. weeits. 4a 8, Mft loinple oreeu TnB KMUKUiDRRY BliyP, KM Clift 1XIb ifna!itrh.nK, plrattntf, machine snd b'ni'l ern i brf,iieyiTiif. btiMnt, ir ar, A iiki n la a fiiiliiro; i r tei(l wrk. fltr i J, lias thoroagljy analyzed hliiisolf and aaya, "1 am a failure," and gives up.