fHE SUNDAY EXAMINER, UTAH. SUNDAY OGDEN, l,,U" LI. You Ke!I . You can get Z. C. M. I. i until." I'm neilher." I: I've ,1b- piled. , :i- LADIES promptly. Io you know of SYNOPSIS. ita fame spread families of wealth and social position in the east began to setCHAPTER Anu Hupei t and her tle along the bank of the Bear and to young brothei LuuU. the latter an invalid and an euthualaai on western build homes Into which the sunlight with healing magic, aud ilia trailers, leave New York for the Rock-le- streamed Wayne Peabody. win loves Ann. men of these families began to look sees them off. Ann dislikes the west about for business and for investment, CHAPTER II Ann and Louis go to and not a few of them were in ilia 'tail the ranch of Don Barnett, their tuood to listen when rough bearded coitetns hukbtnd. men began to plod down the trail from un CHAPTER and Iiula ara Boric Creek bringing sack of promisrecalled at the ranch by Bob Ray- ing ore. mond. the foremap. Raymond ha a Returns from the samples, sent dispute with a drunken cowboy. CHAPTERS IV and V Louis takes away to he assayed, started a flight of an enthusiastic liking to Bob. While golden eaglce east and watt. Again tti lia men are absent Raymond ia shot. adventurous youth, the skilled prosHe is attended by Ann. pector. tha gambler and nil the uneasy CHAPTER V- I- Barnet i bring aid and shifting elements that follow such to Raymond. lures poured Into the valley and tolled CHAPTCR Vll The wounded man over the trail to the grassy hills of is taken to Barnett's house. lie baa Bozie. falles in love with Ann. At first though abort of breath by reason of the altitude, two Bill miles CHAPTER Ylll Concluded. above the aea, some of these Incomers They did nor find him. end Ann passlaughnl and tome were angry. Gold! ed a miserable night. Imagining an In these grassy bill? Imporelhle! And sorts of ill adventure into which they went away again with hitter laiuls might be led. and would have words. It was Mount Horeb repeated accompanied Barnett on hia quest next on a large scale. But the aaaayers. the men of learnday but fen; hia firm command: 'Don't be absurd. I can find him alone much ing. peratated and In their little mortar brayed the ore and In tiny portaquicker.'' Bring him back if yon have to use ble furnaces smelted for many a sturforcer she cried. And then, with n dy miner minute buttons of shining Tha gold was there, and at knowledge of Raymond's power, she metal. added: If yon find Mr. Raymond tost even the moat skeptical believed. Then the Inflow began in earnest. please tell him to send laddie home. The trail was beaten smooth by Bay I wish It." With these words in hia ear Barnett swarming fret It became a atage took hia way to bta office. At lunch ha road. A great railroad eent surveywas more concerned. He's not to or toHtng up each of the deep and Cinnabar nor any of the surrounding winding can you a in the attempt to reach tha mighty camp whose fame towns. Uo may have gone back to was beginning to shine throughout the ranch. 1 will wire out then this hllla beautiful The world. the grassy Did ha bava any money?" aftanoon. of were rad blotched with eruptions , Tea. I bad Just given him hia alfrom lowance. lie must have had nearly earth. Paths appeared leading ',,4 1 Fifth Ward Store a. 2541 MADISON AVE. . BELL 'PHONE Catalog and Samples, S1S-X- b- - Well Mounted harass that leave Each ploco to fashioned from tha twot toathar and moat Min, maula. and tha workmandhip throughIn every respect. Our out to first-dai- s oaddlta ara tha talk of all horse-bac- k rid era for comfort and ease. and thay ara aerupuloualy made and Entohad by experienced operators. Giro ua a call whoa you next need something In our lino. plooa of oar aiore. J. C. Platt Saddlery Co. L t'Ajor A amart boy can Dou' whistled. bids out a good while on that. However. he'll come bark when hia pet wears off. Even though Raymond bad taken himself bodily out of her life, his power to disturb aud thwart Ann's Pba began to feor him Win remained. : it's ninety-ninlose y'r wad. know it Have y a wife?" "I have not. Any one dependin' on ye? tha character e( tha transfer aorrtoa wa supply our patrons. Prompt, reliable and at low coat, any time you any we'll ha oa your Job and haadle It expeditiously and welL ALLEN TRANSFER CO. yours. f a little. He was bigger, more powerful, than she had thought him. Could she have found him in the days which followed days of Increasing unrest and anxiety she would haTe humbly asked him to find the runaway and bring him back to her, but be bad disappeared aa utterly ae If be had never No one. Kelly relaxed, and h.s eyes began to Very well, then. I gleam friendllly. consent to rob ye I'm the owner of one mine Into which I've pur me last dollar, but I know a dandy pruponitioa which I'd Ilk to diKplai. Ml take yc with me over the hills wleu ye're a little better acquainted with ms. end when ye've seen the nine ws'll talk the terms of partnership. Tbe baukore all kuow me, and the faro dealers likewise tho more shame to me." A smile of singular charm curved his handsome lips. But never mind that. Matt Kelly never tuck odrontoge of soy man. and tost, I think, yt'H find mo neighbors agreed upon. Ill not soy I like the looks of ye that would sound Ukt blarney -- tbe truth bein' I'm aeeklu' a partner, but in n day or two I'll lay me scheme before ya. Fatting aside business, they talked of their personal affairs, Baymond guardedly, Kelly with entire freedom and so ins humor.' Kelly was married and bad two little boy, for whom be was Mure Nora cams, ha now living, I drluk no said, with tenderness. more, but gambling Is In me blood. I been. The more you look at the class of laundry work turned out by this establishment the more, certain wa are that you will continue to favor ua with your orders, for our prices arc sell within the reach of everyone." Aak for our new ratea on family washing. They will interest you. . Ogden Steam Laundry Phones 171 4S7 25th 8L Bush A Cart's Pianos. Newman Brea. Organs. H. C. WARDLEIGH PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Tlolins, Ban- Guitars, Aecordeons, jos, Strings. Latest Publications of Sheet Music. Bee the Wonderful Pipe Organ. 237d Washington Avenue. OGDEN, UATH. CHAPTER IX. during on tbs ranch, MEANWHILE, were the plains and tha long trail from the south was fining with grass, n most notablo settlement had been forming like soma new kind of irasitic growth on the westward shoulder of oM Mogityon, the f Mighty peak to the west. In Uie midst of the mountains, ia the lap of two smooth, grassy domes, old Philip Le Bean established n cow camp in the early seventies and called it Belle Marie, after bis wife. This, however, proved to be too fanciful for his cowboy neigh bora, who promptly called It "Le Bren's Hole, and in the and it was known among cattlemen as Bade Creek. Just west of Le Bean's camp, and sentinel to the valley of the Loup, stood a symmetrical peak which aome missionary to the rad people bad called Mount HoreW About the year 1870 aome persona not mtonkmarire planted gold to the noil In convenient places at the base of thto bill and raised a mighty about over the discovery of a new El Dorado. A rush tods place, and to iho outside world the region became knows aa "the Mount Horeb mining district and was alluded to with deep seated resentment, with curses. But there were miner whom neither the dogmatic opinions of geologists nor tha tricks of schemers could turn aslda from a faith that aomewhere on tha mighty alopaa of Mogalyan toy veins of gold, and these continued to chip and to dig ud to hammer. Valley Spring was becoming known as a pleasant health resort, and the water of It springs war being bottled and skipped to the eastern cities. Each year a huger number of stricken one came to Bad respite. If not recovery. In Its gloriously bright sunlight and purs air. For year tt remained a village aid Ita business men merely shopkeepers sad resident rem-- owners, but as t was the cen- It surveyed the whole field, dominated only by tbe glittering cruet of Mogalyon. which rose nearly 4XI0C feet higher Into the thin and flecklaai sir. Bosle and Hoffman and Indian Creek and Eureka and n half doaan other villa gee toy below. This waa the town, tbe camp, toward which Raymond had been gating to longing and Irresolution for two yean and to which be directed his step as soon aa he waa able to walk with something of hia old time vigor. For n week he did nothing but stroll lowly up and down the streets of Bocamp. lls, studying hit surroundings, listening to all that waa sakl and taking searching questions of every man who seemed to know anything of mining matters. The altitude at first troubled him greetly. but be ate well and slept well, end day by day hia strength and native resolution expended within him, and be began to definitely seek n place whereon to try hia hands at labor. One night aa be ant toasting his shins before the trig fire In tbe hotel be became immensely Interested in the grand physical proportions and easy, unstudied grace of s middle aged miner who stood with hia back to tbe fire replying to toe rapid questions of a young reporter whose head wne bent nbsorbedly above hie notebook and pencil. Tbe prospector satisfied every requisite of mountaineer. His massive head, covered with grlsaled hair; his handsome, weather beaten, smiling face; hia worn .laced boots, spattered with mud; hia rusty brown Jacket and his broad list, worn with careless yet unfailing grace, made him easily toe moot pirtumtqn figure in toe room, aud when some one clapped him on toe back and called out, "Hello. Kelly!" Kaymond realised, with n pleasant wanning of tha heart, that h waa looking upon Rocky Mountain Kelly, who knew tba ranges of tha west as Intimately aa tbe Base on too palm of bis hand. Seeking opportunity, be touched the Mg man on the shoulder. "Are yon Matthew Kelly? Kelly turned hto keen gray ayes oa his questioner. "I am, sir. What can I da for ye? Tva heard you're a good nstured man, began Raymond. Kelly slid hit hand Into Ms rocket. "How much to M?" Do I look like Raymond toughed. Ihatr . , - ye I fiWy-tow- to .. to on e 11,-Ou- Bode y Yea. IW Mountain House in i - Bo-xl- e. tor ! kim-.nn- burrow to barrow like runways iu a town of prairie dog. The main street of Bade was feet above tbs aea, but at last, on tba top of Pina mountain, n rein of ore running 12,000 to the ton was discovO ered, and another town arose full feet above sen level-t- he highest town tat all America, and thto became at once celebrated above all. other and was railed Rkytown. In tba end Bkytewn dominated the whole camp and gave name to tt. Grass Mountain, Pin Gubh. Hoffman, all were subordinate in fame as they were topographically, and the n press alluded to the region aa the mining district. In those days the barroom of Jlia tral stork exchange of the whole camp. It fwernied of an evening with business men from Denver, Kansas t.'Ity, Chicago, Balt Lake City, Ban Francls-e- o aud New York. Every great newspaper had Its representative there, alert and indefatigable, seeking tlie latest word of strikes and sales. At the time when Raymond entered It Bkf town was the busiest, most vital and In aome ways the most picturesque mining district in tba world. It waa at It height as a poor man's camp. New territory was being aliened up each day. Each evening brought stories of strikes scores of them. Tha streets of Bosle were graceless and grassless, but Valley Bpriuga was a bower of trees and growing vines. Tbe bouses of the peak wars lento, lb shacks and cabins of aspen poles, and remained so, wbllt splendid stone palaces bad already appeared In the valley, and every comfort and nearly every luxury of the east waa obtainable, almost common. Bkytowa waa tba cupola of Sky prop-en- p Iv-I- l :.l w'-l- iiiM !! i.- - .11- - I - f . V.p, ,M .. !: . I i.'.u. m:1 !!: :i i ; 7 it: v Si-- . tm.li I., ,- 13 ; III wi I. A':t I :.i-- l 1936 14. ,.,!.-r- UNION LABOR ; j ti.-;i.i. ,1. mas as j h.i;-iKUl; liwir of j !,- : Itc ; . j, i lie i i r o'.f.l g 'ii. hi-- t jonug fellow I linkd iip.iu li.-- i'i siijprM. " Y . . i ; ii.m'i i.-iw.-l- l, sir" Mre. j 1 Kelly si nl in l;iyn:.in.1 "I'ni ii.it very !. lull I'm going to ! te up i live and Jn- -i i lie same. Your j I h'isl'b:ul to show, mo how." V.iii can find gold ea-- y enough, hnt I lror j niiiiiig - . . I'.iC Kelly !!."''! i !.' in. I fl j ,.lMll ad- " e. w-s- Will you show ii m meV I will. i i.v the erip Raymond was succiurtnes of tW. replies It ws plslu that the pn;- i.,r was suing him up. and favorai-- : a r -- g-i down, Kelly iudU-ateciiiaen'wfth a man; ye look like lung faded. Where ri- - re from? "I'm a readier fru.u ibe plains. And ys want to IU-A- T. A. 5 H REEVE 12 ii .it v .1,1, Ido. at tha Phoaa L j n to lease? 2M ri r. t "Take out a Tha Sima for Tender Peat, S7C alt-ni- dor SHOES Awo. 1 u PILLOW Washington i ; a lrti-f- . i, arii-- r If ii-little moiin , r..l ai,rd id Lrrek into inltiir;. shut nvuitl vice bad 228 i,, . ijvi i',., i ihry serve hne. tollable. lull 1 i"i' !. - tor men, boy a, misses and chii dren again in Ogdon. Thay art tha aid reliables, avory pair aa wall aa tha iwj MORNING.. OCTOBER . g:-.- Home Made Shoes la .... -- In- - i'lii'i keep It." j e confessed a niueb. Nora, me ; help me on girl and if Raymond tlia l score I'll put him in the way of makiu his pile, tau ye walk a few rod? If so. J'll show ye tbe mine and the vbance 'mainly im far from being a one lunger' yet." Tbe two mea walked round the littlo grove of firs to toe west and cams upon souio men busy with a very small upright engine hoisting ore from m shaft. Here. anid Kelly. Is where w tap the river of life.' This ia my own mine, but the wan 1 advise ye to tako is that Just beyond. 1 have au offer for me own prospect. Mu 1 shall not take tt. If ye are agreeable, we'll leae the Last Dollar together and work it to the limit, for Im satisfied Its vein la tbe same aa me own, which will keep; but If I airike ore. t'urran, who owns tbs Last Dollar, will jump hia price te the moott. Uur lay is t hand aud leave hts mine, move my machinery ever te hi old abaft aud work like mad te open up ere te buy in the pitqierty. Ye are, no one baa touched y ore ki tbia quarter, and t'urran is pnxlou to aril. He offers It at ll&OUO. I believe we can open a vela that'll pay fer it In less iban six mouths. Will ye go in with ate?" I will." As thair hands mat their hearts warmed to eaih other. Kelly removed hto hat and was almost sol etna aa ha said slowly: "This makes ua both. Now let's go eat. The Kelly home was as suited to Its surrounding as a fiwlaa chalet. It had tlie dirt roof, the widely projecting eaves and the somber por-'qf a mountain cabin, and ita latchatring and battened door were lu keeping; only the windows, with their machlue made framss, were out of key. There were two small bedrooms, a living room, which served also for dining room, and a tiny kitchen, and yet It produced on Raymond's mind tits most charming effect of unhosltatlng hospitality and homeliness. This was due aa much ta the charm of Mr. Kelly's manure as to tbe deep voiced, cordial invitation of the boat himself. There waa no lock on tbelr door and no bar to their warm heart. But Raymond saw wbat Matt's loving eyes could not discern Nora was overworked and losing heart. Iu spite of her ready smile and cordial secoud Te invitation, Ing of her husband' must make your home with ua," she wa not strong enough to take on tola extra care, and he resolved to stay In Boric till be could hulld a cabin for himself. "1 h CHAPTER X. Iu the afternoon, after they long at the mouth of LATE talked mine, Kelly and Raymond th house and walked out along the ridge toward Kkytown. which was built where Ihe ground rose from a pine clad plateau In a rocky jioint overloikiug the valley to the north. It had hut one business at rest, which repeal in nniMintMd lumber all the abisldy architecture of a prairie Raymond's Mood (roped wil h the joy o) tt. town, whose Darning Imtllenieuia preplay no more with cards or dies, but tend to a dignity which they do not with lode aud shaft. I'm always tak- fulfill. The chief business of Ihe street waa ing, ou new chances. I load meself np w ith 'good things' till me back is broke Nett In order stood gambling. and me hand fall empty. with aassylng a close third. There was something winning la the Tiro street waa swarming, as usual, hut humorous glance of hi Mg. gray eyre, the talk was directed fur the moment and Raymond set with Mm long. Ilia to one tople. A rmivcHlinn of miners vast experietM-e- . his Indomitable good had been called to meet lit the Golden nature, bis physical pride, all appealed Horn saloon, awl several who knew to tbe rancher with such power that he Kelly called out Hello, Matt; we're left Mm with o distinct exaltation. going to make you president of the "Here is the man to help me moke my liUion. fortune, and I can be guide to him, Kelly smiled a If all tbia were be added, and be went to sleep that Joke and Introduced hia friend and night with greater confidence In bla partner. Raymond shook hands with future than at say time since taking each man hrortily. well knowing that Barnett's ramt. He set Ms teeth hard If he were Iq remain In the camp It In the determination to win, and though would be weli to be on friendly terms he had put Ann quite out of hie plans with all. Following tbe hud of oilier, 'for tbe future, ska remained an Inspira- they were boob wedged Itilo throng tion and a lure. whh-filled the largest saloon of the His feeling of confident In Kelly street, a lings g.imldiug establishment was deepened by hto ride with him relied the Gulden Hern, of which Marnext day. vin Hanley, a celebrated gambler, wa the from road. gulch Kelly proprietor. Turning led the way up the side of Fine motm-tslFor tlie first time since the opening along a trail which braided Itself of tbe Golden Horn's door gambling upon n grassy slope like n purple was suspended and the machines of Mown ribbon. The air was keen, the chance art aside. The proprietor, n aky a fleckless blue hemisphere. Ray- pale man with close diiped yellow mond's Mood leaped with jbe joy of It hair, a man who !sked like Catholic and with a sease that hia feet were set priest mounted box at one end of at last on the road to fortune. tbe room and relied toe bouse to order. All about him the miners were climbYou know tbe purposes of this meeting. each hia special way, swinging a ing." be said. "Now, who will yon tin bucket which sparkled like glass in have for chairman?" the morning sun. Great wains loaded Kelly! Krilyr cried a doxen men. with ore rolled creaking oa their downMunro:" shouted those farther up ward course, while others of their kind, the hail. piled high with lumber and machinery, "Moved sad seconded that Munro be crawled slowly up the curving roads. chairman." ssid the smooth faced man. men were tunneling On every side A shout of All who favor y 'Ayer into the hillsides, trenching In gullies voli-eanswered. "Opmingled many and tolling at windlasses whose joints posed. No. " Only au nhvlmi minoricried out resoundingly as tits heavy Munro Is elected. So." voted Tlie whole scene set ty m boxes Jtfck. get up here!" forth buoyant activity and hope. Each As tbe new chairman's besil rose man had either struck ore or hoped to the throng Raynumd experiencabove do so at any moment. 1 kuow that man. he ed a shock. on a the there tall Here and slope hi breath. Munro wa under aid bouse and shapeless shaft rose, with clean shaven, boyish fellow, with black heaps of orange and blue gray refuse hair pushed back from hi fare. He rock close beside It. The whole ramp waa young and handsome and began was as yet disorganised, formless and in a clear, musical and most speaking in one hundred of the debatable. Not voice, Jl wa plain he war persuasive mine was n paying property; all tba on term with hi audience and good others were mere prospect. certain of himself. As they left BaMy and turned to quite I don't know why I should be made climb rine mountain tbe dwellings of tbia meeting. be said aftthickened. They were nearly nil built chairman local allusions, "unices it he to er some of toe smooth, straight trunks of the the way for the real speaker and aspen, but nearer the summit were of open man who has a man of the hnur-t- he them of stood and a in few fir, picturof Dead Tom for you message the amid rocks. Toward esque nooks rine. one of them. more homelike than the others, Kelly directed Ms horse, and (Continued Tomorrow. 1 a be nested the dmr a couple of lusty, of seven or six yellow haired boys years of age came hounding out to 1: is a useiHii to ftaM asainet Ihe I meet him. of Ignorance aa to Interpretations Mr. Kllv we Klits the fcg y lady- whip -- at should call PUTNAMS and examine his extensive' lines o! UNION LABEL Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Gloves, Overalls, Hats, Etc. ITY PRICES BEST IN THE MARKET LOW-QUAL- Estes Doctor Specialist Cures whan sthora fall, Medom methods. Fro consultation fer any Chronls Dieses ef any name or nature. 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