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Glass," "John Bogardus," etc.
Copyright, 19.19, The Bobbs-Merrill Company
Coniinue'd froin frs pa_., Ilhi "oclion.
11 its vast win.gs on the dlistant
sad 44 seeie(I lik : giant noth,
. 'tiayvl fr'om sotne Arabian Ni git and
sent in answer to the cry of child
howtl's valiaut fancy.
Who were those midgot dots? Were
they en01 Or genili ? Whence had they
cole :IId whither would tlhey go? Did
they talk with tinumes or like Brown
, vith thir to .1 an1l eyes? Andre':i
W011601411 all tihes.e things. suddettiy
sth pot' wonde4'ring. ski..1 djli up1) the. l-:41
41'r-like t:i frot IIv h 1e g lin to her
r,411)111, snlated1411 up ;1 warn1 clunk atfair1
wthie h i :ill on :d l high v 1hllar at
her nie'k :11141 1ha1 fII h 111 In Iver
wienling folds froml hvIr shoulers to
her ankles, anidl in s tin4 a1 t111I
woui 1takw to S:>y. .hek Itohlin'son a1
hinui1redl and1 fifty tilines shit w.as slip
Ping :nd slidling down tihe, Pall) of
14'1ly that ..i.'n, !. 11 1In'h air :1f4n so sud
441 it its grs; tr . : dial p11)nt
very real 1th''d ' were the toi - It ,.wis
at -n d\v: it. tIn ; wa t he tallst.
blacest.naktjest native. she had yetI
s n, a inighty *stItu1 in uniaimlgined
brnze , g I l1y Clo116t (illy at the
l1117 with a pi4 1.1 d 1, t. The othe
\.. a whi:.4 nij U n 1 row n in the
SIMn. 1 w-: i t-- r v,-ry y nor
old. he car- i h .''lf 'r'':t .vith the I
har~n 9nf n man..ho lI fulh 3own
. .- i h .nI h ill.vt.'ll b e
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Ys:. hI I -hn 4 1' .1 14n
- Tr hin1 imi 4oub) 1Tw done Io " . 4
vIi ' pr i t 1r 1n t h I v1111
of 0.::g aay an thin Mablnd
199)':o~ for enke, "'lease:1 , Mr'. .\ flbin
M,-: 1o w thI youl."
h k1ew'.\. a giod d41 11 Ili oult flying
u'.1 111she kne-w they ' ubin't
v rewo. i ay t hing41 -'9.19 at al 4 II wy invai-i
('.e i up :1to the11'1 1 14) f41 h1vin' 4 'it
br ..' i.' When't h--l.N 501i14 rane tco 8s(
:141 1 igh 41 4 a ilvIt :i lle. 441nig ' tonene1
the h1 t. fa'llIl (o the liround' di b-)&
fmi !4:>~ w nh- i t. li er si e of Irish1141
.4r fa- -i gh 14 t hat I') tends1 theIII s1tr
4al wistful (' hib41 l w 4fithin 4 us-ht't be-1)
eboc'lates and Etoo414'1 lie loxerie Sher
wah iid' t o 1 n: ngh to look C48 tal in o spite9.
ofat lo 4 k-1ii'ke(y' affirt' of t dark bh11Ie
Thtv' 9.lo4t thatn ellhrotaher thoutle
1111sT outh all hi inspeei of CO1 he)11 inan'
p1:41r- neverI chne. Iselol oed e
ovr (elib fastely, 114 j111(1 dfeatey,
44)) del w h)ratelly le tit ro te lrtit
hidd thaee te ar'ssy to heohrv
)r(I.a ut i- he(le htr up'a wihoua
word,(8 i)trIpped her' in(4l 3n1whe hadntd
to pour2 14u!) volubh- intocons~ t ina
(4e4't t th~ 1ronze statu ht sotood ati
ate nn tlac fteys fd an h'is~(n ao
trs fandse, rI~ re orip repetingr like a1
trotrter ilon herti thate elt tat
Thed white rnang lmbred Io the
blood, swelling her h6art, t rf6ming8
all her limbs with a new joy, a new
She swayed this way and that,
looked up and down; then she leaned
far out to study the rugged brown
face of Mr. Man, the face that alwayq
smiled. From where she sat at his
shoulder the goggles were not so com
plete a mask. She looked and het
eyes became fixed in a fascinated
stitre. Two deep lines lay like paren.
theses from the man's nostrils to tht
(.iniers of his mouth. They made hie
mouth look as though it smiled, but
the um1an was not smilling. Suddenly
she kinew that through it all, from tlt
?Imoment lie ha.d laid his masked eYC
upon her, he had never smiled. lieri
heart turned cold.
(Continicl next week. )
IN MURDER1:h (ASh
Dirhler in ('ross-('otary Ato linev
Shmi in Raick. F-ouir Womien .imong
+:I Paso, Tex., Nov. 2.-.\lajor ''.
.l. Seanlon. 1'. S. A., and seven others.
intcludingti four women, were lrresid
lonigit nt La'; Cruees, N. l., (harged
with the mur11der of .John T. llutchinle.
of Alimogordo. whlo was fat1ally shot
today wiedriving" an1 atomlobile inl
It rC ot r ii titiitily road ra ot.
'he Cause of te s11ling has not
Sii'sidet .\lajor 'eanton. t11 arrests
includ .1edJcksonm. of .\lpinle. Tex.,
first by offering o
Hart Schaffer &
quality and fine t
long wear-. -you d
prices on what w
ago. Were we
this clothing we'r
to pay as much fi
So, if we e
overcoats here; os
f or winter; ligh
draped models; I
and double breas
of the season.
- here; Hai
back if 3
ani Harry u. Overstreet, Chalk Alt
nan, liss Billie .3ennet,t, Mrs. Over
treet, Mrs. P1.' I. Holbrook and M1l.
4j. M. Mollherson of E. Paso.
Tnhe shooting occurred near Lan
r1:, N. M., sixteen miles west of MAI
laso, dulming an '10 Paso to Phoenix
Illiutchings Was shot In the back, a
milet pelletrating the auitoiiobile "vat.
uld lodging nevar thet base of is spinle.
lis m0otorl car. -was Said to he travel
n-.: forty-five miles an hIour at tIhe
Oliver Lev,- 1lulchinsl' Iimeclianie.
-aid he heard six shots fired.
bwe piloted lte car with its WoIid
[d driver. to I allark. There I ,4 hor
rowed a rI-le and retur1ned to) Ihe
Icene of IIe shooting With WInter
1'ooley anid District .1 udge W. Il.
lowe, where they took into cusltoly
Ohe eight piersols hlvid at Ias Cruces.
The four) menl and four. wotnenl were
ovenpants of an au( t om obiv.
11111(hintgs was chauiffeui. for ("en.
.ohn .1. 1'1rshlin ug when (,en. Pershing
conI uan1ided the American 1)it1ivr
expleditioll into Mexico. Ie had wol
nueosautomlobile races Inl 1-,' Plasl
and .luarez, .\exico.
Btetter not ho -it all than not bc
FIN AL. SETTil.iEMENT'.
Take 11(tive that oil the i 11th day ol
e "Cost of Cl
>ing it in two way
LAY 6. +he best cloti
Wlarx clL. .,
. .a . 'Lthes; th
lorng in L. he
on't have to bU
basing our presei
a paid for the goods
to try to duplicat
e selling today, we
Dr it at wholesale a4
old clothes to yor
Sbasis, we'd be ask
E WARM ONES
ad all of the goo
farm ulters and gr
ter coats for fall'3
>ody tracing desig
.--FOR YOUNG M1
popular; single an
yokes, plaits; the li
i SURE THlING
hat it is when you buy
t Schaffner & Marx clother
nteed to satisfy you; mnone)
ou feel that they don't
EURENS. S. C.
November I will render a' final ac-,
count of my acts and doings as Admin
istrator of the estate of A. B. Alexan
der, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of daurens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. in. and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from ny trust as Administrator.
Anyperson indebted to said estate
is notilled and required to make paY
iment, on h-t (late; and all Persons
having claims against said estate tiwill
presentt them on orl before said date,
di1y proveni or be forever barred.
J. C. COX,
Oct. 8, 1919. Administrator.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Mane "'Bayer " is on Genuine
Insist on "Ba er Tablets of Aspirin't
in a "Bayer pack age," containing proper
directions for leadache, Colds, Pain,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by piysiciahs for nineteen
years. llandy tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few Cents. Aspirin is trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetict
acidester of Salicylicacid.
s for you;
'd have *
5 you do
ing a lot
CLOT HIN I
SH CLOTHIERS "SUIT!
We have just received 6
ent have all sizes from 1
vanlized an1d fronm .1-8 ine)
have received large shipti
also some hvto or three cal
us -iar fron Yot.
823 WEST GERVAIS S T
LOOSE LEAF LEDGE
4 '. -
juarein Burns RIOD,
0 tons of pipe and at pres,.
-8 ich to 4 inch in Gal
to 8 inich inl Black. Also
cuit of loiler TuIbes. 1Hfave
'loads of iron in Stock. Let
REET, COLUAIIA, S. C.
YOUlt CHOICE OF A BATTERY
has a lot to do mwith the efilciency of
your car. If you choose it here you
need have no doubt as to results. Our
batteries are of standard make, pow
erful as can be made and -as long last
Ing. We have storage batteries for
every possible use.
11AINEX ELECTRIC CO.
Opposite Post Office.
Laurens, S. C.
ZTISER PRINTING CO.