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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 15

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Thursday, November 14, 1929
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THURSDAY, NOV. K «* 4 a dying beggar, Chartes NeiHa. causes Brent to change his plans for Helen's future. Soon after he teUs the girt that she is the only of a mflttonafre; Cyril K. to Qlff***^ 1 *!!^** "I Ti*Ml offers proofs wnteh tfce lonely old man Banfnf to make up for tfce .Cunningham accepts, tejustiee showers gifts. the gM with affection and mar had ceased to confide m her at fBiallimar iging Brent of the fiat theaght Heten was so she turned to helping Bob forget her with a win. Not that he was succeeding—not at ail. He knew now that any attempt to do so was only a farce. But Heten did not know this. She drew away from Shallimar as much as possible, and lie Ml in low with her. Brent locket lite the NeBfnto he bad taken from as the heiress. o«t of the way and wikHy plan works and when the attendant returns. Cunningham is dead. Then break off the affair without making "If you should chuck me over Ennis or anyone else Fd be forced to never mentioned Bob when she could avoid doing so, Eva Ennis was furious. But Heten would not let her talk about SnulBmar She simply shut herself behind a barrier of aloofness that Eva could not At best Bra's efforts had not been whole-hearted. Par she was concerned wttfa a of her own. She had nuH- pointed. But he hoped, if Helen accepted the tickets, to see her in town « * * Helen destroyed his hope instantly. "Would you go in with me, Eva?" she asked. To get away from Bramble and her guest as much as she been forced to accept the fact that Brent was avoiding her. A few times. on her visits to New York, she had Stayed away from him of her own will But lately she had been unable to keep from calling his apartment as soon as she got to the city. Invariably the answer had been the same. Mr. Brent was out And she had few opportunities to see him at BrambtewoooL Heten was too unhappy to be sociable, and Eva could was incentive enough to make Brent's gift acceptable, "When is it?" Eva asked. "Tonight." Brent told her. "Yes," Eva said to Helen. And that night Eva didn't go home. It was late when they returned to Yonkers. The chauffeur who had accompanied them to town because Helen felt she might not want to drive on the return trip, found some congenial friends while his employer was in the Garden and when he showed up, something more than tardy, he called Helen sister. She gave him some money and told him to take the train to Yonkers. And when she and Eva were just about a mite from Bramblewood they got a flat tire. "Let's wait for someone to help us,' Eva suggested, thinking of possible harm to her second best evening dress Helen was not concerned with any such worry. A few minutes later, white she was struggling with the heavy tire, and Eva was helping as best she could, a car approached, caught them in the glare of its headlights, slowed up and stopped. did not care to call uninvited in the came in afternoon. Once they "Dent be a of her. "If did meet atone foot!- Brant of his ill Heten gets to team there. of this where will vow future be? Remember that she is your patron. You wouldn't get to first base without her." "I dont care for my future, for fame, for anything!" Eva cried, her anguish getting the better of her. take revenge on you, my dear ehfld. n j "But I do," Brent protested sharply. Brent said to Heten. His votes «M|"I v«an4 to te pvs«dof you, Eva. Think of what I can say to myself when the world is ringing with acclaim for you. 'She is mine. Only her art .is for the public. Her dear self is all for me.' Think of that. Eva. Don't spoil it. I cant help it, dear, if I happened not to be in when you called. smooth as oil and his manner perfectly calm, but there was an underlying threat of you do?" she flamed at "What him. "I meant to tell you, when I telephoned last night." Brent replied; "but as rve said, I have "What is it?" thing to do with my parents?" "It is enough to wreck your happiness.' Brent assured her; "but I do not choose to tell you any more about it at the present time. I sfaaMistvuteH you unless you make it necessary. Give up this Ennis—give him up to your friend 'ShalHmar if she wants him— and your life will run along happily rnomrh. Helen, to satisfy any normal girl- set in stubborn sil- me caotton you once head," Brent went on. Saddenly Heten threw her defiance at him. "I do not believe you," she erred. "Ho matter," Brent said shortly. "I imagine you have test him anyway to My bfisinffis is ircifiking great demands upon my time these days. I'm having; a tot of trouble too. Everything gotag wrong. What I need most right a minute. now is a little sympathy and understanding." Miss Morris, bat that yon promised not to do anything final with out first letting me know. You caul affopd to gamble with your entire life's happiness. Heten." "B would be worse than garahMnj with it to marry you," she retorted. "I stxmtd be the most miserable person on earth." "Hor that I really should show you no consideration whatsoever." Brent retorted, thinking it would be a ure to lay her spirit low by trHmc her the truth about the Cunningham inheritance. His better judgment held him back. He knew full well that she would not consent to cany on the fraud, and white there was hope that he might win her he did not want to Jeopardise his chance at the money Cyril ningnam had left her. "I want no Heten said. ' yon: "Wont you drive back to the city with me?" Brent coaxed. "Y< wont miss vow— that available for the day. is if ****** U Well lunch in Eva did not feel very sympathetic but she'did ask him what he was worried about. "Well, Helen, for one thing," he answered cunningly. "Tell me, Eva, is this girl BhalHmar serious with your brother?" Eva hesitated to answer. "Because I think their flirtation, or whatever it is, is ™«»ir«ng Heten unhappy," Brent continued, hoping to draw Eva into a tirade against Shallimar and thus learn what he wanted to T dont think Bob means a thing," Eva declared. "Bat they are pretty nearly inseparable, arent they?" Brent pressed. "Well, they do spend a tot of his free together." Brent eotdd barely conceal his satisfaction. "That's too bad." he said oommiseratingly. "Poor Helen." "Tm going to give Bob a piece of mind «n» «tf th*a» dam" Eva threatened. no, H Brent hastened to protest. any good, "FAterferenee never does "Just the same " •Careful! Here comes Helen." When Heten Joined them, both saw that her limpid brown eyes were rimmed with dark circles. Then and there Kva made up her mind that she would speak to her heather end make her meaning plain. «Tve ttokets for the horse show at the Garden," Brent said. "Wouldn't Hke to as* them, Helen? I wont be abte to go with you." He said it to make his failure to Include Eva less DAILY MARKET REPORT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Two Cents a word for the First Insertion and One Cent a Word for ceeding Insertion. No Advertisements for Less Than EGGS 47c - 32C HENS 18c - 13c SPRINGE 16 and 13 COX .. DUX . GEESE lie 13c 14c CREAM 36c HIDES 07C "Hello," a famipar voice called. "Want helpt" But it was not from .the owner of the voice that help came. "Here, give me that," someone else said gruffy, and Heten turned to find Bob beside her. ShalHmar remained in his car. Without a word she stepped aside and relinquished the task to him. When it was finished she thanked him with a quiet dignity that held just enough and not too much of gratitude. Then she said that if he and Shallimar were returning to Brambtewood they'd all have supper. HORSE HIDES $3.0C ST. LOUIS LIVETOCK EAST ST. LOUIS, m., Nov. 14.—(U. p.) _Hogs 10,500; market slow but prices strong to lOc higher with only a few early sales at the full advance. Pigs and sows about steady. 180 to 220 .Ibs. $9.50 <n> $9.60, later trade mostly $9.50; 130 to 160 Ibs. $8.75 <§> $9.40; 100 to 130 Ibs. $8.25 @ $9.00; bulk packing sows $8.25. Cattle 2,000; calves 1,000; all classes slightly represented. A few low priced steers, heifers, cows and low cutters steady. Medium bulls steady to a quarter lower. Best showing decline. Veal- ers kuarW higher. ^Weighty steers are attracting little or no attention. Cowj: $6.75 <® $7.75; low cutters $4.25 @ $4.75; medium bulls $7.00 @ $7.75; choice vealers $15.75. heep 1,000; available supply light about steady in all classes. Top fat lambs to packers $12.25; bulk 12.00. Mostly $12.25; throwouts largely $8.00; fat ewes $4.25 <§> $5.00. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 14.—(U. U.)—Hogs* 5500; slow steady to 10c higher than Wednesday's average. Top $9.30 on 219 to 250 Ibs. Butcher, med" ium to choice 250 to 350 $8.75 @ $9.30; 900 to 250 $8.90 @ $9.30; 160 to 200 $6.60 @ $9.25; 130 to 160 $8.00 © $9.10; packing sows $7.25 @ $8.'50 stock pigs, medium to choice 70 to 130 $7J25 @ $8.25. Cattle 1500; Calves 300; ilow, steady at the week's uneven and sharp decline; slaughter classes, steers, good and choice 1300 to 1500 $10.50 @ $13.75; 9 $11.50; cows, good and choice $7.25 JAU classified ads murt beta by U^O'dock on day **»^^ K ^«^ to f $10.00; common and medium $5.75 r 5 ^ 68 **~* mttiy befote ***** insertton M ** c <*****>" wffl not b. @ $1.25; low cutter and cutter $4.50 ® \ FOR RENT—Modern 5-roora bungalow; excellent location. Inquire Ford garage. Phone 769. 13-ft In her mind, as wtH as his, was thei noo to 1300 $10.50 @ $14.25; 950 to 1100 Helen turned quickly to get into 850 up $7.50 @ $11.00; fed yearlings, ^«^ «^ -L^ ,_ „. _, 'good-choice 750 to 950 $11.75 @ $15.00; heifers, good and choice 850 down, $11.25 memory of another invitation to supper. her car, while Bob stood in the road, aaking himself if-she'd ever cared for nim. • He wanted to tell her he wouldn't eat a bite of her food if it choked him, hut he said nothing and Shallimar sang out that they'd be along in $11.00 <fi> $14.75; common and medium ''Why did you do that?" Eva broke out, unable to restrain herself. •It will be—fun," Helen answered, but Eva saw when they passed beneath a Tight that she had caught her under- lip hard between her teeth. Suddenly, as they drove through the gateway at Brambtewood Helen said: "Eva, stay with me tonight. I've got to talk to somebody." (To Be Continued) CORNHUSKEBS LINCOLN, Nebr, Nov. $'.75; vealers (milk-fed) medium to choice $8.00 <fi> $13.00; cull and common $6.00 @ $8.00; stocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) $9.00 n $11.50; common and medium $6.00 @ $9.50. Sheep 3,000; lambs generally steady to 15c lower; Top fed lambs weak, $12.60; lambs, good and choice (92 down) $11.50 @ $12.60; medium $10.00 $11.50; common $7.50 «s> $10.000; ewes medium to choice (150 down) $4.50 ft $5.75. er6...1440thogs $55.3m4$4mc!bs8 OK d KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 14—(U. P.) —Eggs 46; butterfat 35. Poultry: Hens 20; broilers 20; old toms 21 white ducks 15 colored ducks 14, geese 13. ST. LOUIS CASH GRAIN. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 14.—(U. P.)— Wheat in limited demand l-2c higher on red and Ic higher on hard wheat; hard grades in good demand; No. 2 red $1.23; 3 red $1.19 fi» $1.20; 5 red $1.14; 2 hard $1.15 @ $1.17; 3 hard $1.14. No. 5 red $1.14. Corn in good demand, old 1-2 to Ic higher; new le to 2c higher; 3 white 91; 2 white 89. Oats in good demand l-2c higher; 2 white 46; 3 white 45 1-2. ST. JOSEUH LIVESTOCK ST. JOSEUH, Mo., Nov. 14.—(U. P.) —Cattle 700; calves 300. Slaughter steers slow, two loads fed yearlings $13.50; steady to weak. A few mixed yearlings $10.00 @ $12.50; choice veals $13.50; a few stock steers $8.25 @ $10.25. Hogs 3500. Active to all interests, mostly lOc to 15c higher. Top $9.30; bulk best 180 to 250 Ibs. $9.20 © $9.30; 140 to 190 Ibs. $8.50 ^ $9.15. Heavy hogs scarce. One load 360 Ib. $8.90. Sheep 3,000; no early action on fat lambs. Indications steady to weak. Aged sheep and feeders unchanged. Fat ewe responsible for more than the first correct insertion. We are not authorised give out information in regard to "blind" ads, so ptease answer directly to tiser in care of Constitution as per instruction in ad. 1O5. YOUB AD WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF CORRECTLY. FOR RENT FOR RENT —Furnished two-room apartment with private bath. 312 Cherry street. CaD 1430-R. N13-3t FOR RENT—Three nice large on Ninth street. Furnished, or unfurnished. Phone 518. N13-3t FOR SALE—2 big type btatfc Chine Boars. Real good ones. Austin, Phone 34F2. FOB SALE—Large almost new. Phone 992-K. FOR SALE—1928 Chevrolet in first class condition. Burt V. Motor CO. N13-3t FOR RENT—Modern furnished house. Walter J. Baker. 1317 Calhoun. t-tf FOR RENT—Two rooms for Btfht housekeeping. Phone 1402-W. *-lfft FOR RENT OR LEASE—5 room strictly modern bungalow*. Furnished if desired to responsible party. 914 Broad- FOR RENT—Three mooem room apart, ment. 1214 Calhoun street. n2-tf FOR SALE—1928 Model A Ford Tudor sedan. Burt V. GUI Motor Co. N13-3t FOR SALE—Lot on South Walnut street, 80 by 130. See Burt Butter. 13-d @ $14.50; common and medium $7.00 top $6.00; desirable feeders $11.75. 14— (UP) Oomhusker gridmen were held to a Hale and Vidnity. The seniors gave the assembly program last Friday morning. The program was a take-off on the lyceum entertainers. Kenneth Robertson was the magician and artist. After reading minds and a few slight of hand performances, he showed his skill as an artist. Prances Caulk represented Marian Tally and sang a solo, Howard Evans and Ernest Guilford gave the latest features of vitaphone productions. A loud speajker was used to aid in carrying out" the vitaphone feat- ture. Randolph Lynn, Jimmy Coliver and Kenneth Robertson represented rthe "Three Musketeers," and sang a snappy senior song. Lillian Hunt, Jua- { light indoor workout and signal drill today. Outside, the gridiron was deep with mud and slush and the Nebraskans were made to drill on the sawdust trail of the fairgrounds. Scrim- mag* with the Oornhusker freshmen was called for. CAMP OF THANKS We define to express our thanks to our friends and neighbors for the kindness shown us during our recent bereavement, tiw Ulnes* and death of our beloved husband and father; also the beautiful floral offering.—Mrs. B. Stevens and family. Bladder IrregruW H functional Bladder Irritation disturbs your steep, or causes Burning or Itching Sensation, Backache, Leg Pains, or ww^lftr acfee&, making you feel tired, depressed, and discouraged, why not try the C^stex 48 Hour Test? Dont five up. Gtet C^stox today. Put it to the tett Bat for yowmejf how half and put up a good defense. This is the second defeat for Tina at the hands of the Hale Cardinals, having defeated them on their own court 30-18. Tina, Dewitt and Hale are the three leading teams. Tina has lost three games, Dewitt one and Hale none. nita Anwarter , Jimmy Colliver Anna Lee Stagner, and Randolph Lynn gave a playlet ''Courting Under Difficulties." One of the feature numbers was oaickly it and what it does. Money back If it doesn't bring quick imnnyvemtnt and satisfy you completely. Try Cy**x today. Only 60c at Clark's Pharmacy. Randolph Lynn's impersonation of "The Village Blacksmith." He was ably assisted by the other seniors. For the final number the seniors gave their improvised class song which was a hit on the freshmen. The seniors thought they heard some one prophesy that their rings would be here soon all of which seems to be fallacious. They have a right to be impatient since it has been nearly two months since the order was placed. The Hate basketball team was again victorious last Friday Itight. They defeated the Tina quintet 28-15 in a hard game. The game started off slow for Hale with Tina leading offensively and defensively. Tina scored 4 points before Hale could get awake to the situation. At the beginning of the second quarter Colliver, Guildford and Lynn started scoring and did not let up until the score was 12-5 in favor of Hale at the half. 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"Milk of Magnesia" has been the U. S. Registered Trade Mark of The Chas. H. Phillips Chemical Co., and its predecessor, Chas. H. Phillips. Since 1875. way. n4-tf FOR RENT—Modem house; dose in; garage; hot water neat. Can 1556-M. 21-tf FOR SALE FOR 3ALE-19» dherrotet sedan. In good condttkn. Gin Motor Co. LOST AND FOUND STRAYED—From Stone pastm of .town, one red calf, weight 450 pounds, two red white faced calves weight about 215 pounds. Can elthn P. B. Cesar or A. W. Ctes. 13-Jt WANTED WANTED— Washings, good word guaranteed, best of reference. Phone Ita, WANTED— work by can an. WANTED— Caal sates opportunity. Territory hi Missouri. State previous sates enee and references. Box ad 2U. "No Operation For Me" Says Mrs Bender Here is an astounding tetter from Mrs. Mamie Bender of Patenon, N. J., and those who suffer from stub bom indigestion or stomach agony, distress or misery should read every word of it. Here it is: "Dear Sirs: Just a word of good will to you in regard to your Dare's Mentha Pepsin. I have been using your medicine for a couple of years, in fact, I read your advertisement just in the nick of time. "I had been advised to undergo an operation for adhesions and ulcers of the stomach and was all ready to go to the hospital but asked for a two-weeks' stay. I went to the drugstore and bought a bottle of Dare's Mentha Pep-. sin and, thanks be to God on high, I am still without that much appointed operation. _ — -Yon can print this if you wish and anyone wanting my advice I wfil gladly give it to them as I cannot praise your medicine high fnoHgh. Yours truly, Mrs. Mamie Bender, R. P. D. No. 1, Paterson, N. J." Dare's Mentha Pepsin is a mentholated pepsin elixir with carminatives und is real pepsin, nature's owu remedy for indgiesdan and many other stomach It is sold by Clark's Pharmacy and live druggists everywhere in Ameftea with the distinct understanding that it win help you more than anything you ever used or money back. MISCELLANEOUS There will be a miscellaneus supper at Happy Hollow school Wednesday/ evening, November 20th. Dockery Braa wiD furnish the music. 13-4t Mrs. Elmer Volk. teacher. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my farm sta mites southeast of Cml- licothe and two mites south of Pleasant Orove church on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH, 1929 AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP 5 HEAD OF HORSES— Four of them food work horses and one 3- year-old filly. FOUR HEAD OP CATTUt— Two good roan cows and two good red calves. About thirty »eres of corn in the field; six or eight tons of hay; several shocks of fodder. IMPLEMENTS AMD HARWBSS-One good wagon, top buggy, plow, cultivator, com planter, harrow, one set work harness, aU small tools, including shovels, forks, spades, hoes, etc. Some household and kitchen furniture. Frtd Emerson Owner. < > A. W. CIES, AND HIS the Oval Boom at the Rite and do a matinee. Come on, Helen. Dont be a fool and mope around here of a young ass who's an chaser <*»*n thy mvffih abvssd *a 1 man'." "Please go," Helen bagged, and torn-! ed to waBc back to the house. Brant followed In silence. And soon afterward took his departure. B«t Heten was net to be rtd of Mm. He telephoned twice a day, sent manyj gifts and eaBed three or four ttmesi 8fc* knew, on these occasions, that be vjas seeking to discover just how far flj»« n * tMr had got with Bob Ennis herself did not know. Shalli FHBEND6 Every Man For Himself TUQ»:S JOST ONE WT TO

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