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Oopysigbt by Littlo, Brown & Co.
(Cont i l ed F'ron l'a g e One.)
the papers about MI. Ghastonl retirin ig
"Whatt was it he snhi?" I asked
engerly, voldeling if tcinte old feutd
betweeni the two m1n i hi t nioit tive
11s at clue to untravel the we1) of htuys
"As nearly Is I can recall his words
were, '1 see that old pirate (,ti has
retired with iII Is Ill-gotten gains.'
"To whmt was hle tallding?"
"I don't I'eieinber that, prohnhly
solie ia 111Who was visiting at the
house. 1Dad always u1.sied to have a
lot of Ien abiout."
"Did he smy anything else?"
"That's till I renetuber. hut I don't
think the (his tonus could have anything
to (14 with It. This threatenlg iy
sister Is tIuore the s4ort of thing a dis
charged seri vanit i-i nh do."
"Yes, I adniilted, "lut fill the dits
chinrgd'tl servilnt. Yodas have beenl
with you foril years."
"Oh. wtutt are' we going: to do?" she
i'd lin desperiton. "If I dont't get
thos' pa1pi'rs tharck, w.e'lI till he iuiltied.
'The4y'll gi v' them to -.Y sister's tinnte.
Iler engaitaoient viIh e brokiven. My
ituilter will die of disgrace and
"Ilon't ho discotra gld," I ctrled, tr'y
inl to in siriet' ill ter a co.1 14.fblnice I was
fart fraimn feelln sl f. "This is o)IIInly
Sunchly. Wo havo un1til Wednesda(Iy
evenling. I'll 1111d some Ny of trapl
pilng thlose rascalS olnd mlakinig themIl
surrender t b ase pors. I.eave it to
In spite of Itly r'eassuliing words, dIs
tress wis still wri-ttel oll lert' conilte
nance. As 1 deltated how test to com
fort ht', she ghmlet itt her wrist
with ,tl -h d xchlilined:
"I itunst h'! going. They'll be alarmn
ed about te if I stty Ionger."
"Wheni till) I to see you againt?"
"I don't know. That's hard to ar
range. My sister atd I are so much
The One and C
The mind that cc
the hand that gu:
dark hours befor
It is an historic
lected the scre(
people of the v
The Greatest M(
"ICan't I telephone you?"
"No, that wouldn't do at all. Moth
er and Claire would both want to know
all about it and besides-"
"I don't trust that girl at the switch
board. I think she listens to every
thing that Is said."
"They are a prying lot," I admitted,
"including Mr. Wick, the superintend
"I don't like himt a bit."
"Nor I, but we imutst communicate
with each other somehow. If you find
out anything more you must let me
know at once. If I learn anything,
I'll let you know, and I'm going to dis
cover a hit."
"There's always our windows," she
suggested, "they are close together.
I can signal you when I'm alone, and
we can talk."
"I'll be there in my room every eve
nilng from ten o'clock on," I said,
"walting to hear from you. I'll put a
lanikerclief on the sill wheni I'm
"And I'll (do the same."
Ilaving reached this understanding,
I walked with her to the park entrance
within sight of the house. All the
way we had been talking over the puz
zMing circumstances of the anonymous
notes and of the strange way in which
they had been found on the floor. Miss
Bradford had spoken again of the
whispers she had heard.
"The voices were vague--just like a
ghost's might he," she said.
"Yes," I a(mitted, "that's what they
sounded like. But there aren't any
ghosts. If those whispers were real,
some human being was making then.
I'm going to find out who it was, and
when we've learned that, we'll have
learned a lot about-"
"About whom?" she questioned.
"I don't know yet," I answered.
I was wondering about- my great
(To lie continued.)
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* I,.NFORD NIN. I
ece e e. e n e e . *
Laifordii. .\hay :.-The sick or iin
(commi i1unity have all about evcov're
and are able to enijoy tie fesh halmi
spiing .\ly day.
-it O nle' pastor, Rev. G. .\. Sexton
l and fanmily. untited wit I us inl chitirel
rellowslip Sunday i morniing; also .\Its
S. Nt. It r'unun tiond. We gladly welcomt(
th5ese new% i iembers in our midst.
Rer. Sexton and family were guests
at tlie hoite of .\It. and .\Mrs. Edd iTay.
.\its. Sallie Dioughton and .\Mrs. W. L
lairnide, of Troy, visit(d relatives
illiam Fox Pres,
Inly Drama by the "
taged by Raoul Wa]
LL STAR CA
nceived the Peace T
ided the destinies of
e the dawn, have c
enceau's ONE and ON]
event that this great
n international figure
~n as his medium for
~ssage of Love the N
(Including War Tam
here last week. Mrs. W.. W. Fowler
aoconipaanied them 'ott their return
home and will spend several days with
them and other relatives and friends
n her old home at Troy.
.Nir. and Mrs. :llarper Higgins, of
buffalo, and ..Miss Virginia Drummond,
of \Voodruff, spent the week-end with
Mlr. and Mrs. J. S. Illiggins.
Mlr. J. 1-. Johnson and family, of
'Gray Court, were welcome visitors in
our midst for a short, while Sunday af
.r. Charles 'Waldrep, from Wofford
College, Spent the WeeIC-eid With his
.Miss Pauline Waldrep has roturned
home after spen(ling some time in
lendersonville, N. C., In school.
Mrs. C. 1'. Waldrepi attended the
bui tter contest at Lau rens and reportls
a good time and lots of Interest man
itfested in the home idailry Industry.
Mrs. .1. 11. Cooley is inl Spartanhurg
.\lr. J. 11. Williams sustained a heavy
loss by fire of several bales of cotton.
Some of the small children struck a
match near the cotton and the cotton
was soon in a blaze. The hell) of
near-by neighbors succeeded in extin
I guishing the ire before it was all
i-burned. About eight. bales were daim
aged Or sHlged. -We sympathize in
Alr. and Mirs. 1. L. Ilarney and fam
ily of Union spent Su nday with the lat
iters father, Mr. 11. NI. .ohnson. Misses
Margaret Waldrep and Lillie Mae Cox
retu red home with them to ,pend
several days vith their little cousin,
'he school at Central had a very en
joyable ie cream supper Saturday ev
eining realizing a neat little sum for
Ithe improvement of school building.
20' IN"NIN('S L.UEVD
lBoston anl Hrooklyni lhnttled E veni
Logixer 1than Famoinuis (1ine of Sept.
1, 16,(I. of Cooibs Fme.
IBoston, .\ass., .\ay I.---Iloston and
lHrooklyn hattled 21 innings to a on(,
to one tic today, breaking tile former
maor Ieague record of 21 innings es
Iab1Islied by lloston Americans at
PhIladel ph ia Septem her 1, 191G Wohen
.Jacob Combs of Phlal hi a defeta t
ed Joe larris .1 to 1.
It was a )itelhing contest bet ween
.loe Oeschger anl Leoni Cadore, with
honors in favor of the loston pitcher.
lie allowed only nine hits and in W6
innings thc Irooklyn batiters were re
Tiger of France"
'eaty at Versailles,
the world in the
>mbined to create
should have se
reaching all the
Vorld Has Known
tired -in order. Oeschger has allow
d only two earned ruils in 55 innings
The fielding on both sides was bril
hlant in the crisis. Olson saved
Brooklyn in the ninth, when with the
bases filled and one out he stopped
Pick's grounder, tagged Powell on the
baseline and threw out the batter.
In the seventeenth inning one of
the most reia rkiable double plays ev
or seen ii 4loston retired Brooklyn.
The bases were filled and one was
out when Elliott grounded to Oesch
ger. AWheat was forced at the plate,
but Gowdy's throw to iolke was lov
and was fumbled. Konetchy tried -to
score from second and Gowdy, re
ceved I lolke's throw to one side and
tirew ilmself blindly across the plate
to meet Konetchy's spikes with bare
Only twice (d1 a 11rooklyni runner
reach tiir ld, in tle lifth when Krueger
scorId and also in the 17th. Cadore
was hit hard but silted slperbly in
inaly pinches. Ilostoni threatened to
score repeatedly but Cadore's mates
came to his rescet . .lrooklyn scored
in the fifth Inning on a pass to Krue
ger, a fielder's choice and Olson's
single. Hostoni scored in the sixth on
Cruse's triple and Ioeckel's single.
Uockel wias thrown out at the
pla-te trying to score from first on
3Maranville's double to right center,
lloodl making a. remarkable stop. Ca
(ore's lit erception of the throw and
(ilick ieg to Krueger just nipped
'ileckel and made it possible to play
the record breaking game, wIhicl also
equals the mark of -twenty scoreless
innings made by Pittsburgh an(1 lios
ton September 1, 1918, 'wheni 'itts
burgh won 2 to 0 in the 21st inning.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
')rugph.t refund noney If PAZO OINTMENT fall
'P 1 hn:1. haind. 1ceding or PrAruding, Pilr
!::tWV te.ivCs tc'ing P CieS, ad you ca.a 1c
Sotft:r the first nnnpe:n, Prf-ns.
Resolutloi of Sympathy.
Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty
to remove from our midst, by death, our
esteemed Soovereign, Joe M. Gossett,
who has for many years occupied a
prominent rank in our midst, mantaln
Ing under all circumstanebs a charac
ter untarnislied, antl ia reputation above
Reosolved, That in the death of Sov
creign Joe M1. Gossett, Fairview Camp,
INo. 422 W. 0. W., -has sustained the
loss of a good member, the community
In .which he lived a good citizen, wvhose
fellowship it was an honor and a pleas
ure to enjoy; that we bear willing tes
timony to his many virtues, to his un
questioned probity and stainless life;
that we offer to lis, bereaved family
andI mourning friends, over 'whom sor
row has hung her sable mantle, our
heartfelt symnipathy, and pray that In
finite (oodness may brinig slpeedy re
lief to tiheir bitrdened learts and it
spire lieimi witl the coinsolatonls that
BEST FOR HOME SHINE
THE BIG VAU
Also PASTES and LIQUIDS f,
THE F. P. DALLEY CORPORATIONS
Hope in futurity au(d fait in u10d give
even in the ShqpoW of the Tomb.
Be it further rppIolved, That a COPY
of these resolutions, properly en
grossed, be presented to the family of
our deceased sovereign, a page in -our
minuto book dedicated to his memory,
and a copy given tI county papers for
L. 1.1. B1ISHOP01,
C. A. BROWN,
le Mrs. Mary (Jraeis Tell You Her
Pou11l6 trlasinig Experienhe,.
"'hree yens ago bou'hit an 1icuba
tor, this yearl I've made money. Hats
stole by haOby chick. - 'idn't know
until a frieInd gave ne a va'ke of IAT
SNAP. Next mornitg found two dead,
rats in hetincry. Kept inding them.
S1-d1(envtly tihey disappeared altogetlh
er. It's tli only sure rat killer." Take
Mrs. rave's a hdle. Thice sizes, 25c,
50v, $1.0. So(ld and guarantued by 14au
rens lIardware 'o.. I'uimuun's Drug
Storeand KIennedy Iroa.
S-SAVE THE LEATHER
>r Black, Tan and White Shoc3
LTD.. nUFrALO. N. Y.
mlike orandes2 Di n
HE game over-then a quick,
sure putt to a long, cold drink
of Ward's Orange-Crush! Good?
You bet it is!
There are few golf clubs in which
Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush
are not the favorites at the " 19th
hole." Quality, purity and flavor
have won this tribute-golfers
drink only the best. There is sat
isfaction lan knowing that all the dell.
clous flavor comes from the delicate,
fragrant oils pressed from thefrs
frut, purest sugar, and citric acid
the natural acid of oranges and lemons.
in bottles or at fountains'
Or~ e- r w - -4ches
LSraory i os AnseI"
Hlitle 11n Laurens01 by ,