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Copyright. 1B11. by Thomas DUon
portT nflTTF ! she could let two floors.'
This remarkable tale, in which
each character is sketched from
life by a master hand, goea be-
Stuart was sure to his heart that Nan
had never Joined In those plans of ber
mother, though he had wished that she
might have sbown a little more
TiKOth the surface of modern so- s'n-th " resisting them.
. , , , ,. . I Well, be was going to win at last
cety and lays bare the canker at ! and th(j woV(J of raasic!
the root. Like all Mr. Dixon's j nad the biggest surprise of life in
work, it is a tale of American , store for Nun. something no true wo
life, essentially true in the picture m' heart eonld resist Tie bad snc
tt draws and done witha awing- ! r"M,,d aftor Incredible difficulties in
.... .j 1 secretly building a cottage by the sea
tng powir which brings its dra- I , Br,K(klyn. It, ,nwn fi!oped to tne
matte scenes home to us. The j water's edge, and a trim boat lay nod
splendid strength of the tale lies j dins at th flock. Neither Mrs. Prlm
m the conflict between James T"s Dor Nau b:ld the faintest suspl-
Stuart and Hon. in which love j ' . , j 7 ? ! ,
and grevd of wealth struggle for
A Star Boardsr.
AT the euil cf a worm sprlns day
l lu New York. James Stuart sat
in the open wludow of bis
room ou Washington sqnnre
smiling. With a sense of deep Joy be
watched the trees sbuke the rulndrops
from tbelr new emerald robes and the
Cylrip cloud that flecked the western
sky melt iuto seas of purple and sold
A huckster turned into Fourth street
eitra w berries, straw berries!"
And the young lawyer laughed lar.ily.
A Good of tender memories stole Into
bis heart from the sunlit fields of the
south. He hnd poue buntlug wild l
strn wlierries with Nan Primrose on the j
hlllu ill li..i,n In Vs.fti 'tirnHnii fh. I
d:iy be lii st knew that be loved Uer.
I low tieuntiful she was tbut duy In
tin- plain blue cotton dress which tit
ted Iter superb .touug ligure to perfec
tion: How well be remembered every
detail of ttnit rumble over the red bills
- he could hear now the whistle of a j jUst nay. little pal.' Hows th;it?"
Hub White sitting on the feuce near j "That's better." she said, witb
the spring where they 1 1: nclit-d. calling
to hi mine As Nun nestled closer
hi the old stlie they saw the little
brown bird slip from her nest In a
clump of straw, tlft her bend nod mft
'IMikl" Nan bnd whispered excited
ly "There's ber nest '."
He recalled distinctly bis tremor of
sympathetic excitement us her warm
bund drew dim to the fpot. With pe
culiar vlvlilnesn lie reiiicliiliered the
Tomorrow he would lend bis sweet
heart into this holy of holies of life,
the borne love bnd built He could see
now the smile of tenderness break
over ber proud face as be should band
her the keys and ask her to fix the
His reveries were broken by a timid
knock on the door and a faint call:
"Come Id."" be cried
"You're not s hit clad to see me."
the soft voice said. "I've been stand
Ins out there for ages."
"Forgive me. Sunshine. I must have
been drenml:g." Stuart pleaded, leap
ing from bis sent and seizing her band.
"I'm awfully glad to see yon!"
"Then don't call me thnt name
again.' she pouted.
"But Isn't it beautiful?"
"It would be if my hair wasn't red
and I didn't have freckles and was
older. she protested, looking away to
bide her emotion
f., i..n' ,...(.. rT
I ifui uini isn i ijiiiiT- i en. iicr
riet it's Just the color of the gold
i In honeycomb." he answered, gently
I touching her disheveled locks "Be-
sides. those few little freckles are le-
couiing on. your pink and white skin.
I and you are ncur'y fifteen Well. I'll
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extraordinary molnture of the palm of grv SOne th
her hiind tremhllnK with enticr tuterest
uh be cuuntcd ttif ci; twenty beati
fic. Cut ii lime nil memories trxxl
out one A lie Iwi t close adore lir
he cmiC'it Tor t!ie hrxt lime In his life
the (ielti'.'ite erf line ft her il irk rich
hnlr iiuil fe't the llirlll of Its invstery
"It'a their litre limne. 1st t it. Jim?"
Blie vscinmic I
"I hope I ceii hiilM Mini: a nest
f'T Tun wiine iby, Nun"' lie n hispered
And n h.-u )ic stood ileDt and Mush
I ri u lie iini.le the Until plimpe. IxxiklnR
erilsht Into her lisrU eren he had
mile and sl?U. i
"Oil. Ji"i. I've hern so rlrendfully '
lonely sim-e run were aw:i-; I de
clare. Jim. I'll die If you ao away '
j erciiln. i Just enn't stand it," j
j Sttiiirt smlllnsly took her hand. j
"Lonely. MUs Chatterbox, when that
j big father of your worships the very
I uround you wnlt on!"
j "Yes. I know he does. Jim. and I love
him. tfH. tmt you've no id'-n linw
tlrendfully still ihe house Is when you
say. I waut you to be
pray henrd spnrkled with It. His
presence in a sickroom seemed to (ill
it with waves of life, and his influence
over the p.-itieuts to whom he minis
tered was little short of hypnotic.
Stnnrt found the doctor sfandlnR at
the door of his factory, slinkius hands ,
nnd chimins; witb his employees as
they emerged from the huildins at the ;
close of a day's work. A plain old :
"That I sell my business to them at
their own valuation and come into the
trust or pet oft the ear: Il "
"And you wish my advice'f"
"What tiirnre did In- ii.iina;"
"More than its cash value "
"Then yon will aci ept. "r course ?
"I would IT there were not some
things that can't be reckoned tn terms
a real boarder and cut with us.
cours you wt:l "
"That wiii'd le very nice. dear, but
I'm ture your father Would draw the
line at a real boarder I d never have
got this beautiful room with that
bis old fashions! open fireplace in your
home If it had.i t happened that our
fathers fought each other in the war i
fashioned brick structure Just off the I of dollars and cenls. If I lake slock
Bowery was this factory, and across j In the American Chemical company I
the front ran a wentherlieaten sijrn j ui n party to their jnelliods. an heir to
which hnd not been changed for more ; their frauds"
than fifty years: "Hpnry Woodman. J 't isn't the old regime ot t he small
Maniif.K'turiiitf Chemist.' manuiaci urer and the retailer doom
The doctor's father had established ! ed'r Isn t combination 111'. new ordei
the business fifty two years aso. and ! of uiodern life? Will It pay you to
the son. who bore his father's name, j CRhUa losinc buttle': Hivens is not a
had succeeded to its mnnapement on man of broad culture, but he is u ver
his death, which occurred Just after sumoth .voting peutlemati" v
the return of the younger man with j "He's a coniemptilite little scamp!"
his victorious repitiicnt from their lat snappeti itie older man "When I took i
campnlc-n with (Jrant tiefore Peters
burg ana Appomattox. be didn t have a
Fie took Stuart's hnnd in his bis. ' N"w he's a millinnnire How did he j
ernshine prip and handed him a letter, j Pet it? He stole n formula I bad used
sick, not merely to make money. Thou
sands .it children die at my very door
every summer who conid be aved by a
single prescription if they could get It
That's the thought that grips nie when
I heiti to figure the profits in this
trade. I'm making H fair living I
don't want any more out of my nelph
bors I've shown yutl some of ttieui
him Into my drug store six years ago i
be didn't have a change of clothes ,
nnd N"'at:ie friends one day on a bi
d l'.'s been a M-cond home to
"Re our boarder aod I'll make it a
real home for you. Jim." she pleaded
"Ah-yoii'll lie making a real home
... . i , n,,A ... . i ...... . i ..... i . .. .n
!ue von. denr Nan. ... . ., .
nr vonr liirf'il'i i- iiirtp tnu full nurt
As she stoi'd verv s'l'.l. hwiklng down - . "'
In silence with n throb of fear nnd
chine tenderness be dare.! to aUp Ills
sriii n round her wait and kiss the
trembling !:p And then be noticed
fm i!ie M-t time a decn rwl straw-
Is-rry stain in the corner of her mouth ! uraT,- ror 1
i nen ir win ne iiimi rat biona fellow
one. I tl.iuk.'
"No He doesn't measure up to my
"Whr.t alls him?"
i which he opened and rend hastily:
No w. rjramercy Park
To Dr Heory Woodman:
Dear Sir I must have an answer to the
proposition of the American Chemical
company before noon tomorrow After
that hour the mutter will he deflnttelv
closed JNO C. CALHOUN BIVENS. '
April I. tl3S.
Still looking at the letter be asked:
"What does it mean?"
"An ultimatum from the chemical
trust I'll explain to you when you've
seen something of mv work tonight
i to relieve nervous hcail.u lies, mixed it
'. In water wuh a little poisonous color
; lug matter, pushed it into the soda
j fountain trade, made his lirst half mil
: lion, organized the American Chemical
' company and blossomed Into a map
! Date. And now this little soda foun
uiiu I'lJ iHic.iin.i mc- n ii il I inn uuir-n. j
I join his pang and help him rob my '
. oeighhors. It hapfiens that I like my
. neighbors. My business is to heal the
'He's n coward My hpro must be! The first hour I want yon to put in
In spile of her -trugg'cs he laughingly
Ip-Nteil oh kissing It nwny I
And then as n dreamy smile stole i
V'" hit face she suddenly threw her
,r;: s around his neck In passionate
fc-ideriicsv retitni'nc w.th interest ev
ery kls.H he had taken.
"trn vv - I erries!"
The r.inn imkcd up and drawled his
f:-. Ill ll 111 r lT
" Yes. e.!" he shouied "Two boxes
flicn on the stoop -and keep th
lie threw the man a sliver dollar,
urd the wt-ite teeth of the Italian sip
iv, led n sti.iie of lhat:ks as he bowed
1 iv. lifting his d!tiy cap in acknowl
edgment Nor was Nun's leatiry merely a mem
orj ; It wrs ;h,. living presence, the
'urce or the ov that tilled his soul to
iiverfowliig today, for she P.d crown
r..( U:utfu: th:m ever since ber
fnntei nail inoieiJ to New York.
lie h id nluavs twlieved that the real
ra! ii In the back of Mrs Primrose's
s'--.l'ow UiMd fur this move to ihe
r, .:'h i n! U-eti the determination to
I'-reak t-is cngageniet t tin ! make a
re I 'illi-' it marriage for Nan. And
wlu n iVt left be followed
The mutter h.n! s'wns prifeed foe
him un!-n'i d loyalty nnd admlratiou,
lit tie i: -in neier deceived He
t.:.n !rs 1'rlmrose bed as she
lai . it tied - po i'cly. hut coafinuous'.y-I-.
her ,:o!i".iary muscles. Day and
night sihcv i !:' had reached New
Yolk st.e had s. hemed for Nao.
She had ie.wed a bouse In the fasb
icn.il. e mighi "od of Grsmercy
i nk an.! to meet the extraordinary
eiliec.se began a caref.il aud y slemat
with a Joily lough?"
"No; he's a Miher. My prince, wben
be comes, must lie truthful It's so
hard for r.ie a'ways to tell the truth."
"Then It will be that dreamy look
ing one of fifteen you danced wit'i
"No he's too frail. My hero most be
strong, for I am went. And he must
have a b'.g. noble Ideal of life: for tr.ine
Is very emali just a little home nest
nud a baby and the love of one mar!"
"I'm not sure about that being such
a very small Ideal, pirlie."
"Hut. oh. my: I've forgotten what I
came runn'.ng home f-r. Papa sent. me
to ak yon to please come down to the
factory right a way. He wants to see
you ou a very Important matter. It
must be awfuliy Important He look
ed so worred I don't think I ever saw
him worried before."
"I'll go at once." Stuart said.
He strode rapidly across town to-
w itb me at the dispensary."
Stuart's eye rested on the embossed j
beadlnp of the letter, "No. 00 Gramer i
cy park." and be slowly crushed the j
paper. It was the Primrose bouse, 1
Nan's home. Her mother had auc- ,ir, , i-,- t n r.
cew1e(t Pape s Dzapepsm Cures Sour,
Bfrena. the new sensation in
Lt ft I
SI if i
blooded business proKisitlon"
"ICxa tly. And there are things that
cau't bo bought und sold I urn one of
theni!" The stalwart figure rose In
simple dignity, und there was a deep
tremor in his voice as he paused.
"P.ut I'm keeping, you. It's U o'clock
nnd somebody's waiting -eh. boy?"
"Yes." Stuart answered apologetical
ly. "I'm afraid I've not been of much
use to you tonight"
The doctor bent closer, smiling:
"I understand of course. The angels
are singing in your heart this evening,
the old song of life that always uiakes
the world new nnd young and beau
tiful And yet It couldn't be meas
ured in terms of barter and sale, could
it?" The doctor pripped his baud
tenderly lu parting.
The smile died from the younger
man's face, and his uuswer was scarce
(To be Continued.!
pressure. A weight of sis tons smashed
the corundum, but forty-two tons were
required to crush the steel. When the
steel did pive way the effects are de
scribed ns remarkable. With a loud
explosion the metal tlew Into powder,
and Its sparks are said to have bored
mlnuie holes in the crushing machine.
New York Tribune.
Object Unobjected To.
Poctor You are now convalescent
nnd nil you need H exercise. You
should walk ten or twenty miles a day,
sir, but your walking should have an
obj.vt. Patient- All right, doctor; I'll
travel around trying to borrow enough
to nav vonr bill. Huston TranscrluL
Magistrate -You say this man stole
your coat. Io I understand that you
prefer the charge against him?
Pat -Well, no. your worship. I pre
fer the coat, if it s all the same to
i Bursting Steal.
An experiment that demonstrated the
capacity of steel to endure preuter ;
pressure than the hardest stone was j
made i:i Oermuny. Corundum was cho- j
seu for the stone, nnd small cubes of
Vith substances were placed under
Tho Bstt;r Msy.
"I expect to wai.o i:p some day ant
find myself famous."
"I'.etter keep on dreaming, old man."
Kx chnn go.
All the news 11 tbe time The Argu.
of the Hair
finance, she bad established as ber star
boarder in Stuart' absence: Bivens.
bis schoolmate at college: Livens, the
little razorback scion of poor white
trash from tbe south who bad sudden
ly become a millionaire!
His blood boiled with rape. Aa be
turned and followed tbe doctor be
laughed witb sudden fierce determine
e e e
Gassy Stomachs in Five
Time it. In five minutes all stomach !
distress will go. Xo indigestion, heart-1
burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid
or eructations of tmdigc-bted food, no people In America today who are the
"There are things that can't be bought
"I'll never forget Ihem," Stuart
"We used to cry over Uncle Tom's
woes." the doctor continued. "Aud yet
there are more than ii.000.000 white
foul breath or
j F'ape's Diapepi'in is noted for its
i speed in regulating upset stomachs. It
Tbe dispensary was Woodman's hob- 1 is the surest, quickest and most ccr
by. The old fashioned drug store stood j tain remedy in the whole world and
on a corner of the Bowery, and in the ; beside sit is harmless,
rear extension, wbich opened on tbe j Millions of men and women now eat
side street be bad established what he i their favorite foods without fear
laughingly called his "life line," a free ; they know now it is needless to have:
dispensary where any man needing I a had stomach.
ward the Cowerv. through Fourth I medicine or a doctors advice could j
street, wondering what could have bap-
l-ened to break the accustomed good
humor of the doctor
The doctor had long since retired
from the practice of medicine as
nrofession and onlv used it now as his
cranii r t ministering to the wanta of ! i big hand witb the prescr'ption
his neighbors. His nelgbliom were a 1 The ?unK lawyer watched with curi
large trihe. however, scattered all the " Interest tbe quickened step with
way from tbe cellar and dives of ffi- ! which each one left The medicine had
ter street t- the shanties and goat : hpun to ork hefore the prescription
ranees of the opper Harlem. Stuart I w "s fii.ed
hd never met a man so full of con-1 Wben tbe last applicant bad pone
ta pious health. He was a born physl- ! Stuart tnrned to the doctor:
ciao There was bealins tn the touch' "And Dat Is the prop-'sition which
Plcdun for rAiir a o L m n L,nA TA
have it without charge If unable to i com case of Pape s Iliapepsin from ;
F,av- ; tr.y drug store and put your stomach
For two hours Stuart saw him min- j right. Iou't keep on boing miserable believe it."
lster with patience and skill to the! life is too short you are not here
of his big bacd. Healing light stream . tr,e liistuiguS'ied your- bead of the
s. Laxci! tZr rich, youap ma to whom I ed from hi brown eye, and bis L-on I cneuucal trust uu made i oar-
friendless and the poor; for ea b a ; lonp. so make your stay agreeable.
cneenui worn ana me warm grasp or j tat wnat you line ana a:gest it; en-
i jr.j it, without dread of rebellion la;
' the stomach.
i Piapeps!n rc-loi.gs in your home any
; way. It should l.e kept handy, sho'ild
' one of the faniiiy eat yn;ethir.g hich'
dcesn't atTee with thera or ir. ca.-e of
sr. attack cf iriiigestion, dyspepsia,
caftritis or s'omarh df-rarzi rrient at
r'syrirre or d jr.r;g th.-? r!ht it is there
. rt, x--n it ru:rlies. surest relief
i known. Advcrtlseinentj.
Hair natural, snappy, well kept hair is woman's gr'atest beauty. Thi
hair first attracts a'tentitjn. Nice, clean, fluffy hair, growing n the head
it adorns makes for per-onal ihnnn m',rc tha i a , ir complexion, regular
featurt s or a handsome gown. Iiiautif.il hair, which comrnaudu aliuiratlon
everywhere, is almost always associated with th. ue tif that
Well Known Scalp Prophylactic
The worst en'-mv of good hair Is dandruff caused by an invisible mlcroble
erow tn or ii rm. Htrpicidi uti l intei.':fe-ntlv ;: tr'v.- ti:i- stiii r'-movi s
the d;iridi ufl and th ifc prevents tm t tier y.n ol h;,lr. It In i.a. is I'!' . Im.ler ard
I.. ... ..... t.. ... 1..1.. ..1 .i.n..t...t
I .In mill I tliinL- !... I Mn : lUA.iriaiice i!i'ii ii.-tiiuie Da. i i."aii. 1 i"i f is a 4j;;uc ai:i iiaciuiui
1 do. uud I think that If you j f)il(r a,j0,lt Htrpicide ,nat tl(.xer ,fft:ds. hut app';:ls lo ev-ryone. Hsrp.cldo
will be against the stars iu i contains no gri-ahe and do-s not Main or d;,e Tlif- itcnirtp which indicates
candrnIT us iaiiv stons almost at uice. I hr re is no !.:; for anvoii;.. to he
AnrtiiA 1.- .Oii.r r ri.r.'.r,lir.iiL. ti.-.t l.-. . 1 1 1 ti.A ..i,,. crt... rtiu rm I ,. rr .1
l-rr. nr i t. n rw . . . . L. A ff.n .I'-.T. I.'l .'ll'l .,aiail.'..f .l.cii NQII O'.l'll 'l "III ml . I .1.1.11 I IU! II.,
" -"- "- ioe 111 i.i. 0l, f.an aw,i(i poa:-it;!e di apt'H;i'nie.i,t hv inmHMng h:.oh havins
resrnse " I he law is on my side, isn't i Herpicide. lung known as the Oiiginal L'aiieiruff finrtn V- Mruy'-r.
sluves of jioverty. cruel and pitiless
i The black slave always had food and
shelter, clothes ami medicine. My busi
ness Is to heal the sick mind you!
Shall I give it up to exploit them?"
"But couid you not use your greater
: wealth for greater good If you Joined
the trust?" the lawyer asked. "Won't
' they make drugs more economically
than you do and drive you to the wall
at 'ast? Isn't this new law of co-operation
the law of progress In brief, tbe
law of iod?"
"That remains to be proved. I don't
"The written law. yes But you are
fdcing a bigger question loan oue of
statutory luw "
"So i am. boy. so 1 am! That's wtv
I pave y.i i a glimpse tonight of ite
world in which I live acd work and
"Bivens bas cut CD to you a ii
Send 10 cints for sample bottle and booklet to The Herpicide Co.,
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Two s:zes. 5Cc and $1, sold and guaranteed everywhere. If not satis
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Applications at ail good Berber Shops and Hair-Dressing Parlors.
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