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,-. . I read of Cardul,
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Gopyrihthby IUse, :own AGo
(<'on tiued from 1st page, this section)
firsF'ri'itige7 -'aiTiddeif hidi-fead
slightly when I told him of the anony
mous notes - fptnd on the floor in
both aparhuents. I
"1DId( you hear the wlispers, too?"
"Yes," I answered, "I heard them
several tinis. Iarbara has hard
thema, and the laundress, too."
A look of tnspeakable rellief caie
over his fice.
"I'n glad to know tilt othevr;s have
hea rd them besides myself. Vhen a
inan11t g"...; old his nerves soiaait limes
plny hin strange pranks. The whis
pers seemed so unreal and incredible
that I feared that I was suffering from
the hautlucinttons of old age. Now
that I know that the whispers are real,
there is nothing to fear."
"And," I observed, "I belleve, I atm
almost positive, I can explain the
origin of the whispers."
"Tell ime," he erled, his manner now
entirely chalnged. Ie seemed elated
at discovering that his brain was still
dependable. It was as if a burden had
suddenly been lifted fromu him.
Here was my opportunity. Gorman
had utterly refused to credit my story
of a secret passage and had ridiculed
It. There had been no way that I
cmlId prove it, nor was It possible for
Gorman to have investigated the walls
of the Granddeck, even if he had
placed any credence in my story. With
my great-uncle It was different. As
the occuiant of the apartment he
would have every right and oppor
tunity to exploie and verify my state
ments. I told h1imi1 how, wilie specu
lating as to the origin of the whispers,
I had observed the discrepancy in the
measurements of the apartment and
had verified my deduction that there
was space enouga for a passagesvay
big enough for a man to traverse in
the wall between the room I had oc
cupied and the long hall. le listened
Intently as I describM the plan of the
rooms In detail and nodded his ap
"And what is more." I added tri
umiphaintly, "Barbara. Bradford and I
had just discovered an opening into it
by pushing the wall panel In my room
back and then sliding it along. We
Were inspecting It whent we lcard the
shot in the apartinent below. I closed
the panel an1d rlan downstairs and have
had no opportunlity 811nce to in1vesti
kate, but. I am sure the passagie Is
There. I ai c(invinced that it wis th1
sound of voices there tait iaide 1the
whlispecrs. I suspec't It wa.1s used b~y
whveaa'r left the' aonymouiits ntots ini
t he r'oom, and that the person or p'er
sonas whoa~ ioot'd Ite5 isafrt ntereii and)
('s(cape4l by~ that menntst. I woub1l niot
he4 surpr4tised1 if it wats no(t lby mieants ofC
this piiasaeway tluat th mtirdeirer of
liss L~ itan ('en41 d aftl i ier lhe hadl left
Itis revol ver) it the dIraiwer of any
Af grenut-unicle' shook hiis head per
''It soundiis Imt~pr'ohnhaIe--tio much
mod)(erntii'4t amtmenu it hulbl igs withI se
cirt pastsage'wayS. Space Is fita' t00
valtialeli, anda beisides, all pltans4 haive
toi be4 llh with tihe city's buraui of'
"'I it It's theairi,"' I caled'i desperateiy.
"'I saw it. hilitt ra Ilairadfo a i It."
"We~'ll,"' lhe ('o'inf1orte' tme. "'wi will
titt'rs f~ t iaid to tiily, h'itt tomoilr
tii If theire 1is such n passage~iway I
'"Thein youtii tarnt sinyiag int the
"'N, I shall r'nii n li at it hotel unatil
At thlis *lulitti' n alin ait tnd~ant
Saprion'b' tind iferied hintt gthel
iny 'r'nt-unch' waved' the-~a 'ian itway.
weith a rrb~ tit t ~~~ a' manier'f ex-ni
poting 14bedince frloma evr lie hattilr'
generiallyisi3I succetsl.ti fTs man1
withew, atnoIttwits atsloii hun itta nto
laftr us14 uniturbed.'V~ f h t'ts
"Now thell('c rute abrl, the of'rder,"
*'nisl I s tii a e cth itned. an.r I
tartha ad t 'ltias t iwors of e tte
atteomhitsdt thae rattuotitk you.
I'll the uephon. girlt, h werr of' the
c(trida oftin aton. .
"Tutis tutotit," he xcied. "Just
tttth 'k t ! oTtct's the .worst thvin
inttla. big cit ontver kno what
thoit o thatl thee anre hutr sytu.
Ill eni up Mr.g Kent the twer tioth
and the irtdt v knoomthn ~aout tho
lay hands on them when we, want
"That's so," he admitted. "I'll say
nothing for the present. As I won't
be living there until after this Is
cleared up, It can make ino difference.
But, look here, young man, why doesn't
this Bradfordl girl come forwdrd tiand
clear you of this charge? She was
with you at the tinte. She knbws you
didn't do it."
"lIecause I will not permit her to do
so," I replied with heat. "I love Bar
bara Bradford !"
"That's it, is It?" lie commented, giv
Ing mei a quizzical glance from under
his bushy white eyebrows.
"I wouldn't for all the world," I con
tinued, "have her mixed up in this.
Her sister is to be married tomogrow,
and the scandal might stop the wed
ding; and besides I'm not going to
have it known that she was there
alone with me that night In ily rooms.
I lur e her too well for that. Some ,day
I at going to ask her to be my wite."
lie rised his eyehrows.
"And oil whitt do you expect to mar
Vy"' he imlliireI.
"Of colur.se I liive saild nothing as
yet," I luist Ieid to explain ; "I've noth
Ing to offer lier."
"No," ho agreed, "yo'lve ntotlung to
ofTcr her"-aneld Mhen with it mneaning
ghtnee he theidd i little word that in
spite of lily preiitintient limle my
heart sitig with Joy id stirriel my ex
'ect at lonls might i ly-"you've nothing
to oter her--yet.
"But .nivor IIp," ht# nfihised as at part
Ing word of Conilsel, "I'll get iII touteh
with Grmian aid your lawyer uu soon
as I leave 1ere today, and toriaone row
we will 1find ''it aboit talit secret pas
sage you think you liive discovered."
Comimnet11ion that I ever hiad doubt
ed the integrity of his purpose toward
1ine slqote ais he departed. I tried to
think of soRething to say to express
Iny gratitude to him, to let him know
how itilch I appreciated his coming at
one to tuy aid, but the on1ly thing I
could think of slipped fromi my lips:
"I am sorry about the pearls."
"So am1 V' lie aniswered grimly, and
went lls way.
One thing now I certainly wis sure
of-his was not the imister-mind that
had planned till the crimiml deeds,
but the m1ystery of the GrIniddeck was
still as tuich of a mystery as ever.
(To be continued.)
From Old L aurens (omity Boy.
iTle Isarlens Advert iser:
VIIl yotu allow ille a short Space inl
youl r local coltimn of your paier? .i
wats on a short visit to ('onneill.
F ptrings, N. k., last week and wille(,
ithere met a Laurens county man, C.
G. 11111, and he gave Ime a Copiy of yott1
paper and being also a Iaren1s couni1i
ty man, I was glaid to get to read
It, so I Just handed hmi a $1.00 hilli to
I eld yoil for six moni ths' silbscrip
tion to yo ir, palier.
I expect to pay a visit to my o(!
friends anad k1(ined somneti me in Hit
I ant tite soni of . r . L. . ulleliItt,
whlo lives4 near. Fountinl Inn, Diial:,
tonlslip. I Iive lveen aitway from may
ohli hioie colnity sevlral y'cars amd f
vxpi'et some of mty 1old friends ba
a)4111 lost sight 1 l -i. I am ... . -
W l . d a n in ronS ul-n l i
Spienc4r', N. ('., JunRe 194, 1h420.
I li..iili\iI O 0 1.' ) I)I l
PhyisietRIn h'asses. I.'llnleral 3lilondayi
Gr'e-nwood. le', 1)r1'2! i. ,14)ohn Ly
11411 Cit i/.ln of Gr'eenwoodl. dlied at Is
11444n. l'ir. 12 ion had0 ly v l t ! Ivtl r'
401rn4d fromR ai h-i4'li 1 iln fIlahimolre
where hI hi i i Eie 1,n1j1h41 Inos tiv r a
( '' I' il l'Ir. isv m - diI ra~l th I . a
GreI III d I n. i l I obi ion to bin I al
hyl1'iian of' I nnua biiyhlis l
tl t ali ('rvs f his e Inuity. l'l(i a wa
a h(i ri o f l the'8 O'l wa ttr I:0 l :::his
. |- 'on a.eh ab otl. ar ofa .
.E' : vivedn b y ifsn for tt te gi h ji.4 o
th :t' the (!ElIlety A liel itry Ins' Ei;nt
I t; da. I 'lfeas E)i~idoui yfoAhhvill
Thre to ('sedtwa a mhemb11 of~ tie
Presyteran curc. For a 'number o
We Charge and epair Batteries
What a Thin~g it is t7o be Fit!
To be not merey free fromU aictual sickne;, hi~ to) be i!, a')ndhintly wetl,
exidueranit/s welinl dto have c he m'n;A! i: ad stamin'a wich( Ii id
Wh loles ime food., reguiI~~lhbits,, CxecPise tha!t Iil vh w to keep~ lit.
Suc.elt.th is ou of th qJuestioni for ~ o as lon as you are conislipated. And
I\LuIve and catht e~ pills only~ aggravate and coirmi the etinstipationi habiit.
Nutjol wor iks~ on1 ani entirely neCw prin~ciple.
I nsteaid of forcinig or iritating the 5stem, it simids soiftens the' f0(1 waste. Th'is
enabI *lei the, many t iny mu LscIes i m te wvalis of thle inlteCstines, contrCactinig anid
expandcing mi then-: norml) way, to sqjueetze the food wa:- Ie along so that it
passes natutrally out of the system.
Nuj~ol thus prevenots constipation becauilse it helps Nature maintain easy, thor
oughi howel evalcuattin at reular!:! 1!Vinah the healthiest habit in the world.
Nutjol is absolttliy hiar:. i ess oniv' ni '::'int to take. Tryi~ it.
Nuialt is sold by e'll drgc i : i n - e:ded bot tles on I-. biearing Nujol TIrade
\Icark. Write Nuitl I aborrc'ri'. , cadcard ()i C.. (New Jecrsey),
50 lIIroadwu'y, New~ Yor!., for h's '~ ' " Th y I ce of I )anger".
Thei. i'><'ern: 3A .:'~ ! Treating an Old Cenni,'laint