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DENNISON GRANT 

A Novel of To-day 

by ROBERT STEAD 

CHAPTER I 

"Chuck at the Y.D.  to-night, and a bed under the shingles," shouted
Transley, waving to the procession to be off. 

Linder, foreman and head teamster, straightened up from the half
load of new hay in which he had been awaiting the final word,
tightened the lines, made an unique sound in his throat, and the
horses pressed their shoulders into the collars.  Linder glanced
back to see each wagon or implement take up the slack with a jerk
like the cars of a freight train; the cushioned rumble of wagon
wheels on the soft earth, and the noisy chatter of the steel teeth
of the hay-rakes came up from the rear.  Transley's "outfit" was

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