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THOMAS DK0N !
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Copyright. 1911. by Thomas Dixon
A Love'4' Quarrel.
Stii.tTt reiicbed the Gra
mercy park boute a maid
rmwered at last and ush
ered bim Into the dimly
Heated parlor. j
"Mis Nan la at home. Berta?" ha ;
Tba lltt.e Danish maid smiled know- j
"Na. but Mwsl! Primrose
With a groan Stuart sank to a cbalr.
The entire bouse had been redecorat
. ed. An oriental rug of dazzling me
dallion pattern was on the newly pol
ished floor Instefld of the set of Chip
pendale mahogany the Primroses bad
brought from the south a complete
outfit of stately glided stuff filled the
room, and henry draperies to nintcb
bung from the tall windows and fold
ing doors. The mother's velvet band
be saw at once Uf course she had not
borrowed the money' from IKvens. She
vns too i!;rewd for that Hut she had
borrowed li beyond a doubt, and she
bad evidently pone the limit of her
credit without a moment's hesitation
He wondered how far she had cot with
i'.lvens Could It he possible that Nan
na with him tonight? No preposter
Mrs l'rlmroe greeted him with un
"Oh. Jim. this is such a plorioiis sur
prise! Nan didn't expect you till morn
ing, and she will be In-art broken to
have missed you even for a half hour
Mv de:ir. dear bov. vou have no Idea
how loin lv noth of us have been with-
out ou the past two weeks" j
Vim li.i -ed uie. too. Mrs. Prim-
"Or coursi- 1 m'si-ed you. Jim! You've
i nine t lie IILe one of us Vou know i
I ve niwavs loved you next to Nan" )
She -.oke with sin b fervor that Stu- j
in -liaiTo! II was sinister S!ie etrl -j
'.nt! fe t -ure of ins ruin
"Vie in ill., I you tiere so mtloh to
help ii Hi iii We've hud the good
lui to r-nt our second floor to a young
"Mr I'.lvens. ves"
Why, how did you know?" she ana
Kl with a start
'Ir WtMslman has J-ist received an
luiHirtaut letter from him. dated here,
mid be m .Led my advice about It."
"Where's Nan?" Stuart asked, with
uddeu anger Id spite of bis effort to
"Why. she's giving a little box party
at the theater tonight"
"And onr mutuul friend. John C J
Calhoun Ulven. U presiding?"
"Why. Jim. bow could yoo be so
absurd? she protested Indignantly.
"I'n been saving money for a month
to Rive Nan this chance to return
some courtesies she has received from
rich friends. 1 need Mr. Hlreus' moo
ay to pay the rent of this big house.
But any attentlou on bis part to Nan
would be disrating to me beyond
"Tet he's the sensation In high
finance Just now," Stuart said, with
an nnennsclous sneer. "They say he's
destined to become a miiltl-ruillloD-alre."
"Come, tost, Jim. lfa not like yon
to be nasty to me. Ton kuow as well
as I do bin origin In North Carolina.
Ills people are the veriest trash. He
was at college with you"
"And how did yo:i know that?"
"Not from you. of course. Tou'Te
rerer mentioned his name In your life.
Lie told me. He thinks you are going
to be the greatest lawyer In New
Tork. And I told him we'd known
that for a long time "
Stuart turned his bead to bide a
"But of course he's not In Nan'a so
cial set. I told her the day he came
that we would treat bim politely, but
draw the line strictly on any efforts
he may make to pass the limits of ac
ijiialtitance," A carriage stopped at the door.
"There's Nan now' the mother ex
claimed, rial r. j to go. "I'll leave you
to surprise her, Jim."
Stuart beard the carriage door slam,
and lu a moment the girl be loved
Moo-t In the ball, the Joy of an even
ing's erfe t happiness shining In her
pre.it dark eves. He watched ber a
moment unobserved as she laid aside
ber oerfl cloak and stood before the
big fi'.rror proudly nnd calmly survey
lus her flture. Never bs-.l her beauty
seemed to him so darlir.s .The smile
n as ui;e of cms! Imis power. The cor.
neit uf the fml sensuous lips curved
the slightest bit ns the smile faded and
a c' .ui of sou etliins like cruelty flash
" 1 from the depths of ber eyea as beri
hea l lifted
Sti art, unable to wait lonirer. was
r'-i .r to spring to her side when she
--...it the Cash of bis laujh'Eg face In -i;
Irror fnd turned.
i :i. yon rascal! To surprise me like !
ti ls!" she cried, with )oo.is laughter. '
, 'In till jour pride and va.trv" j
l.j ciw I Lclu a utile valaj
f - - . i.. .v,n i: nt the
linger CI greater -
gold on the earth or beneath it."
"Don't interrupt me. please, with Ir
relevant remarks." Nan cried, laughing
in spite of herself. "Seriously. Jim
you must listen to me. I'm tn dead
earnest. Ton must have money, if for
no other reason lecaue I wish It. I
can't be happy In poverty. The man
I love must be rich Oh. Jim. yon
shall be! Wealth i-s the only road now
from the vulgar crowd the only way
to climb on top."
"But auppose I don't wish to climb
on the top of people?"
"Vou can't be such a fool!"
"Bat suppose 1 am? True civiliza
tion has always placed manhood above j
"Jim. are you crazy?"
"It's true. dear. My father gave up
his law practice to bend over my
mother's bedside for six months. He
was a giant In mind and body 6he a
poor little, broken, withered invalid.
He lost money and clients and never
rejnined them. Did it pay? Does any
thing that's born of love pay? Surely
not children. I was always a dead ex
pense. The biggest fee 1 ever received
as a lawyer in New York was a shout
of Joy from a poor woman whose boy
I freed from a false charge of crime.
She fell sobbing before me and actu
ally kissed my feet" j
"Oh. Jim. why can't you be practi-1
cal? Why are you not willing to fight ;
for a fortune as other men"
"Because, dear." he answered quick-1
ly and tenderly, "we haven't time
you and 1. Life Is too short. Love Is
too sweet. The fields are too green.
Daily United States Weather IMap
yourself, Jim. any more than I can
You know you're a stunning looking
fellow These Yankee girls all love
you at first sight the tall, straight,
sinewy figure, strong and swift In ev
ery movement, the finely chiselled
face, the deep set, dark brown eyes
under their heavy brows, that big
masterful Jaw and firm mouth"
Stuart suddenly took ber in his arms
and kissed her into silence.
"Hush, Nan. I don't like the way
you say that "
"Why? Am I too modest?"
"No. too deliberate and coldly mis
tress of yourself. 1 wish you loved me
a little more tiimultuously as I do
"Well, let me whisper then that your
return tonight has made a perfect end
ing to a perfect day. Oh. Jim. I've
been so happy tonight! Seated In that
big stage box 1 felt that I was some
body. This Is the first really decent
dress I've ever had in my life."
"And you are proud and happy!"
"Proud for your sake, Jim, yes; and
bappy In your love.1'
Stuart's face clouded and he turned
away, startled for the first time by a j
strange similarity in the tone of Nan's i
voice to ber mother s
The puii fnl Impression was sudden- i
ly broken l.y a i;ui k touch of Nun's j
band on bis arm !
"Oh. Jim. I'm glad you came a day '
earlier I've something to tell you. j
something wonderful, something that
will bring our happiness near" Her
voice snuk to the tenderest accents
"You know Mr. Bivens?"
"Yes." Stuart answered evenly, con
trolling himself with an effort.
"Well, be has tuken our second floor
I find a long talk with him last wee!;
By the merest ncridetit I learned that
his ltiz trust, the American Chemical
company, needs another lawyer. They i forgotten our old
pay an enormous salary with all sorts fields at home?"
of chances tu get neb. 'I hev ore mak-
I ing millions on minions I told film
that you were the very man for the,
rilnr-A, ntiil Ih-il t-rtil iiupu iritlrit t r K A I
the greatest lawyer in New York .
Imagine my Joy when he not only i
agreed with me, but said he would '
double the salary If you would accept 1
It He thought you wouldn't merely i
because you lived In the bouse of old
Woodman with whom the company
may nave a tight I told bim it was
nonsense, that I knew you would ac
cept You'll accept, of course?"
"You can't be so absurd!"
'Have you Peon receiving the atten
tions of this distinguished young mil
"I've recn cultivating bim."
"Yes. for your sake only, you big.
handsome, foolish. Jealous boy! You
can't be In earnest when you say that
you will refuse such an offer?"
"Yes, because I will not become the
hireling of a corporation, to say noth
ing of this particular one headed by
"Nonsense. Jim. Yoo wouldn't be
hireling. You would lay the law down
for them to follow."
"No. A modern corporation has no
soul, and the man who serves this
master must sell both body and soul
for the wages he receives, 1 am a
lawyer of the old school. My work
is lilumined by Imagination. My busi
ness is to enforce Justice In the rela
tions of men."
"But some of the greatest lawyera In
America are corporation attorneys"
"All the reason more why 1 should
keep clean. Lawyers once constituted
our aristocracy of brain and culture.
I can't prostitute my talents to a work
I don't believe In. A man's work Is a
revelation of what he is. And what
he Is will depend at last on vhat he
"But you mean to be rich and pow
"if It crimes with the growth of
manhood and character, yes. But I
will not decrade myself
hate or take orders from men I de
spise. The world is already full of such
Stuart paused and laid his hand
gently on the girl's white, round arm.
and she turned, with a start.
"I didn't bear your Inst sentence,
"Of what were you thinking?"
"Of what a woman is a'wavs think
ing consciously or unconsciously, of j
my home w het her it shall be a hovel
or a palace."
"It all di;?mls on whether love Is i
the bull ler" I
"It all depends on the man I mar
ry." was the laiighinc answer. "I've'
nlwnvs dreamed uf inn as man of '
i i m
WbH .7 "sfev-
U. i. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOORE. Chief,
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Obserrotlons taken at 8 a. m.. aeventv-flfth me
ridian time. Air pressure reauced to sea level
IsoBiiM (continuous l'nes pass ihrouch nolr.U
of equal all pressure. Ikothekmk :dotted !:nei
pass thnugh pointsof eqral temperature: drawn
jniy for zero. jV-.-ezlnK. u. and luu.
O cioar; Q partly cloudy. Q cloudV:
rain: sncw: report missing.
Arrows tiy wlta the wind. First figures, lowest
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation
or .01 inch or more for past 24 hours: third maxi
mum wind velocity.
A M MA?
filKKCAST KOIt KO'.'K ISLAM). V K.NPOliX, MUL1.NK AM) VlCWliX.
Fair and warmer tonight and Thursday.
I western low will he attended by fair ; Washington, D. C.
The storm shown yesterday over ; and warmer weather in this vicinity
Michigan has moved eastward to the tonight and Thursday.
middle Atlantic coast and the attend-
ant rains have occurred in the terri- OBSERVATIONS.
I tory from the lake region and the Ohio j High. Low. Prep.
valley. Tennessee, and North Carolina ! Atlantic City C6
to New England. The following heavy I Boston 5S
rains are noted, in inches: Buffalo, Huffalo CO
V V J-'C- p.lnlah V f 1 " I-iT-t i Unci- IclonH Jsi
lana. ure.. l.lis.; Mttshurgn, l'a., l.dU. nvcr til'
High pressures prevail from the upper ', Jacksonville Si
lakes to the west gulf coast, with freez-' Kansas City 50
ing temperature in the upper Missis-' New Orleans S2
I sippi valley. Much higher temperature New York 04
In the Kocky mountain region and the , Nortolk ,4
upper Missouri valley, with rain on i Phoenix ns
the Pacific slope, is resulting from thll .-auis ".2
northwestern low which has moved St- Paul
with increasing intensity to Alberta. ! San Diego
The continued eastward mr vement of ; San Francisco 02
the high am! the approach of the north- i Seattle 4S
Flood. Height. Chng.
.00 1 Red AYing
2.3G Reed's Landing
.on j Ii Crosse
.00 . Lansing
.00 ! Prairie du Chien
.00 : Duhuque IS
.00 Clinton :.16
.20 ' Le Claire 10
.16 ! Hock Island 15
.00 j RIVER FORECAST.
.00 Only slight changes in the'Missis
.on sippi will occur from below Dubuque
.12 to Muscatine.
.40 1 J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
YOUR HAIR DEPARTING?
i Saves the Parting by Checking
Watch the part. It is there that ap
proaching baldness is often first de
tected. The parting looks uneven, un
healthy. The white streak Is grad
ually growing wider. You may not
notice this from day to day but watch
the parting from month to month. As
further evidence of what is happen
ing, look at your brush or comb. It
is clogged with dead hair and dan
druff after every comhiug. The hair Is
giadually dying and coming out and
the streak is becoming dally a little
The dandruff germ Is doing this and
the work of destruction cannot be
checked until the dandruff is eradi
cated and the germ destroyed. It is
a condition requiring the prompt and
intelligent use of Newbro'a Herplcldo,
if total baldness is to be escaped. The
invisible microbic growth never halts
In the hair killing process. In a short
time a bare spot Is seen at the crown
of the head. The hair bulbs are rob
b.o of life and finally there is no help
but a wig. Pon't wait. Herplclde
kills the germ, gives life and vigor
to the hair and prevents it from de
parting. Send 10 cents for sample bottle and
Booklet to The Herplclde Co, Dept
S Detroit, Mich.
Your dealer handles Herplclde In
both SOc and $1.00 sizes and guaran
tees satisfaction or money refunded.
Applications obtained at the better
Young & McCombs Cooperative
Store Co., Special Agents.
Today's Market Quotations
"Tho man I lovs must bs rich."
The birds sing tno sweetly. Have you
dny dreams iu the
JSl Trr&.uf I S'05 8-23- Good 8.258 8.05. Yorkers , St. Paul
'Local oflioes at Rock Island house, KucK i8.45fiS.5r. '.Copper .
H jarii of Trade Iieal tlenhones." No! Ca, T. BoTVCR 5.4010.80. Ihigh Valley
poration in which company it haa 20
pe.- cent interest.
Operating income of Kansas City
Scuthern for three months $940,017
against $G94,000 for same period in
Lehigh Valley September net, $1,
35P.672. increase, $321,000.
"I've forgotten everything." she an- BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
swereil bitterly, "except th:it you are
failing me when put to the rirt lest.
And it would le such a little thing for
you to do "
"At the price of my self respect
and you call this a little thing. ;ret(
God !" j
:m rose with a sudden gesture of
"Vou refuse absolutely to consider
this generous offer?"
"And you are willing that the wom
an you love shnll live In poverty while
her more fortunate sisters laugh and
dance tu luxury?"
"The one Joy of my life will be o
gratify every reasonable wish of your!
body aud soul." :
"Yet the first reasonable wish 1 cv
press yon refuse to consider. Mr. B1t
tns says be would make you a million
lire in Uve years. You're only twsnty
"That's very kind of Mr. Bivens. I'm
lure. When I need bis patronage I'll
take my place in line with other hench
men aud ask for It."
Nun suddenly extended her band.
lie attempted to draw her Into his
She repulsed bim and repeated her
"Nan. dear," be pleaded, "we've nev
er parted In anger before. Of all the
hoars of my life this is one in which
I I least dreamed of such a thing."
Without a word she turned toward
"NanP be called tenderly.
With a sob ah threw herself into
"Forgive me, Jim."
"Forgive me, dear. If I've seemed
unreasonable," was the low answer.
"Hut you will think It over, won't
iyou'r Jupt for my sake Jnst because I
ask It won't yea?"
"Jnst because you ask it yes. I will,
r i v. i -x k. . .1 i .4 Hikii
ith work n : . : v .::
nome wun a grent sicseoing irar aiow
ly creeping Into his heart.
May, 34 8,
(to be continued)
Entirely Too Emphatic.
Then you won't marry me?"
"No; a thousand times do!"
"You don't need to say no a thousand
Cdm." retorted the rejected suitor re
sentfully. "I only asked you once."
93. 94. 92, 93.
9K'i. 97'i, 98.
95, 84, 95.
53t, 53, S'J1., 53"i
52-1;. r.24, 52.
527s. 52, 52.
32, 32. '
34. 34, 34.
34. 31'.4, 34.
October, rinsed 17.00.
January. 19.no, 19.30, 19.00. 19.25.
May, 1.V05, 1S.95, 1S.C5, 1S.S7.
October. 11.20, 11.30, 11.17. 11.30.
January. 10.77. 10.97, 10.77, 10.92.
May, 10.27, HU7, 10.30, 10.40.
October, 10.00, 10.72, 10.00, 10.70.
January. 10.15, 1.30, 10.12. 10.27.
May, 9.S7. 10.10, 9.S5, 10.05.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 1009109, No. 3 r
&7S105. No. 2 h 94A96. No. 3 h 88
93. No. 1 ns 94 95, No. 2 ns 9093Vi, !
No. 3 ns 87(591, No. 2 s 901 93, No. 3 s
87ff90, No. 4 s ROQ'SC.
Corn No. 2 64V2&.64, No. 2 w 64', 4
igC4, No. 2 y 6464. No. 3 03 &
C3'4, No. 3 w 634C4, No. 3 y C3fi
03, No. 4 C2C2'i, No. 4 w C2
C3'4. No. 4 y 62(5 02',;.
Oats No. 2 w344 30. No. 3 w 33
34, No. 4 w 32'5 33,,i. standard 23Vi &
Wheat opened i up; closed y up.
Corn opened up; closed 1 up.
i kers 4.250; 7.50. Texans 4.4iti-5.70.
f it- O " ST. O XI- . - r . . r. . V tt
IO"l .,. ISIL'1 lla ii.iiU'lt
Calves 0.75fi 9.S0.
Sheep slow to steady. Natives 3. SO
40. Lambs 5.(i0'fi 7.:.r,. Westerns 3.00
1.70. Ijimbs 5.25'f 7.35.
Close of tne Market.
Hogs closed steady to a shade up.
j.ieht 7.95'' S.55. Hulk S.35fl S.00.
Mixed s.iu j s.7u. Rough S.OSffi S.23.
Cattle slow aiul weak. Top 10.S0.
Sheep steady. Top 4. Ml. Iambs
steady. Top 7.35.
"western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep !
Kansas City 12, (mil 11,000 15,000 j
Omaha 5,00n 5.500 34,000 I
Estimated CTitcago Tomorrow. '
Hogs. Catt .e. Sheep, j
Chicago 22,0011 0,000 3S,OuO
Republic Steel common
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Oct. 23. Following are the whole
sale quotatious on the local market
Butter Creamery, 30c.
Dairy butter, 25c.
Potatoes, 5oc bushel.
CabLage, 3c head.
Onions, 60c bushel.
Sweet potatoes, $1.10 bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy nay, $20.
Wheat, 85c to 90c.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Oats, 32 to 35c.
Straw, $s to $9.
Corn. 02 to C5c.
NEW YORK STOCKS I Ry huhel- 75c t0 80c-
NEW YORK STOCKS. j Coal Lumbp, per bushel. 12c to 15c;
New York, Oct. 23. Following are slack, steady,
the quotations on rtie mail.et oduy i
RIOTOUS STUDENTS OUSTED
University of Illinois Deals Summaril
With Saturday Night's Offenders.
Champaign, 111., Oct. 23. The coun
cil of administration of the University
of Illinois yesterday dealt summarily
with the first offenders In Saturday
r.ight'B disturbance brought before It.
J. K. Walton of Anna, a sophomore,
v.ae permanently dismissed from the
university for being a leader In th
aPray. V. H. Halperin of Chicago, a
freshman from the. R. T. Crane man
ua1 training school, was dismissed fqr
oi.o year, after which he will be per
mitted to return. This mitigion of
h-H sentence was given because of bla
ytuth In the university. F. J. Kelley,
risnager of the musical comedy which
was holding the boards Saturday night,
ntained counsel today and notified the
city that he had started suits in his
vvn behalf and for tho members of his
news all the time. The
U. S. Steel preferred 112
U. S. leeStmoocmn vs shrdlhr
U. S. Steel common
Rock Island common . .
New York Central
Great Northern ,
Louisville & Nashville . .
Colorado Fuel &. Iron . . .
Chesapeake & Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore 4c Ohio
Chicago, Oct. 23. Wheat traders!
hi'Ve begun to think carefully. Some!
-" n ;
139 ; i them believe wheat ia steadily ab-l
li)iji2 &o: bed ou minor ureaks aud that the!
113 ccn "laeo 'ies wun aucn purcuaseB.
43 i May wheat is above the average lev-
130 I tl ot tne I'aHt 30 days.
130 War news includes gossip of Rus-
li- ibiaii preparations.
x:.r.8 I A big setback to Turkey is contem
os' . j !ated. This means a grab for terrl-
DARKEN THE HAIR
A Little Sage and Sulphur
Makes Gray Hair Vanish 1
Remedy for All HairTroubles,
. . . liS'j
. .. 34
7ho does not know the value of Sage
nnrt iilriliitr iYiv t 11 rifr tliM h.lr si u ,-ts
l elieve bears will make no prog- j sof t Bnrj pi0ssy and in good condition f
resr. of account m wheat, corn or oats j As a matter of fact, Sulphur ia a
j fur the next 30 days. I natural element of hair, and a deficiency
v-,.... ...i ..,.rt t i. .ii. i ( nf it in ihiM hair it hfiti hv mnnv annt
3 I v-,.. .m j .i .m .i. , , snecialista to he connected with Iohh of
-X. V. iv aim mere win ensue me usual ' , , .. ... : .
er.d of year five weeks scramble to fill ZZL ?' "Si
C-'. lOQ t rv naot 1 Oil liPnnn immn 2 . " . .... . . J
...105! ...c i.uu-lor pair a.i'l 8calp troubles, especially
ii.uu 6.ai i.i uciiYcry. (premature gTayness, man aago and
' Any bear attack might cut corn fu-1 Sulphur, if properly prepared.
tures one cent but they should read- j "" V.yeth Chemical Company of
Uf recover. I New York put out an ideal preparation
Last Last w w
day..Week. Year j the most popular cleaners
.. 69 i
Mabel George gave me such a lorely
diamond engagement ring. Gladys
But he'll want you to give It back to
him. He always does. Baltimore
Minneapolis 507 549
Duluth 756 531
Winnipeg 1027 991
Chicago Estimate Tomorrow,
Wheat today l.SSa.000 1.S2C .000 j CLEANING
Dear ago 9"l.OOO
Corn today 3 1.000
Year ago 515.000
Ocean freights are at highest on
'of this kind, called Wyeth's Sage and
: Siilnlmr II:iir Pemeilv. in which Satrennrl
cro j Sulphur are comtjiiii:l with other valu-
' Ilf"re 13 no reduction. I B,0 remedies for keeping the hair and
Chicago to Liverpool and Antwerp scalp in clean, healthy condition,
wheat spread is 19 to 21 cents. This If your hair is losing its color or
U not bearish i constantly coming out, or if you are
Most important part of war news ! Vb' Wicand?ifL?,r P(lr u?
EP-dijj, .-.- u n Hi.y lczjii. uuiLicvi jfdii e
: en-era ciaini uiai tiues'.an troops are o..x,,i f..i..i ... t
YOU are Sure to save money ; oet.-alizing near lurkish frontier. : use it according to the simple directions.
it is ciear anu cold over the west ' and soe what a uillerence a lew days
itaii morning. treatment will make in the appearance
! Several points in Illinois, and Iowa' ofvr.urhair.
"! re;K,rt heavy frost. ! AJI drugrfista sell it under guarantee
i wo, a..A r-.A . r u that tha money will be refunded if the
W aterloo and Cedar Rapids report . edy fa no exaclly represented.
Special agents. Harper House phar-
when you come here.
Our prices are moderate
cur work is satisfactory.
! killing frost. I
I Rock Ipland, Burlington, Aurora and
:Gfcleburg claim heavy frost.
Liverpool comes to higher and u'1'-
REPAIRING i trt-ak buying side of wheat gaining
nacy. l&th St. and 2nd Ave. (Advet-
CaU W 317.
wealth and fx'wer Your splendid tal- j .
etit mean ttil. When you came to
New York I a u.nre nre of yon
than ever. You're s'u.ply get to make
money. Jim. X rthi1 4 e'se coitnts 13
the world tmViv I tiate piverty I
fer it-I lor.the It"
"And yet." the lover mil. drarvins
ost-r, I hold the touch of yur little
Just a little care and unall eipense,
that's all. Isn't a head of rich,
heavy hahr worth while?
sk Yoor Oortor.
. A rr Co .
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market. j
Hops 32,i'ii. li'c lower. Left over
in.7CV Lipht 7 !5 S C5. Heavy 8 10Q
'S.75. Rough S.10;
Cattle 1 S.ciO". Shade on. i 'V"C fC CT T"P
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Open Day and Night
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