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sUter, Mrs. J. E. Chapman at Sinking
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" My boy,"sa!d a sergeantjto a Junior
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"Very woll, then. We shan't kill
her, but we'll make her wish she was ,
dead. I was only trying to see how
far you would go. The basket of
peaches Is In the hallway Every
peach Is poisoned. No man In tho
Just Power Enough to Keep Herself
country knows more about subtle poi
sons than l do. Have I not written
books on the subject?" Ironically.
"And they will trace it back to you
in a straight line," she warned. "I
will not have it!"
"I can go elsewhere," ho replied
"You would leave me?"
"The moment you cross my will,"
It became nor turn to pace Torn
between her lovo of the man and tho
danger which stared lipr In the face,
she waa for the time being distracted
All the time he watched her with
malevolent curiosity, knowing that In
the end she would concur with his
ell plans.
"Very well," she said finally. "Hut
listen; we shall be found out Never
doubt that. Your revenge will cost us
both our lives. I feel ft."
"Bah! The law will have no hand
in my end. I always carry a pellet;
and that ring of tours would suffice a
regiment She will not die She will
merely become a kind of paralytic;
the kind that can move a little but
not enough. nlwnjK wheeled about In
a chair. I'll bring in the peaches;
rosy and downy. One bite, after a
given time, will do tho trick If they
suspect and throw them out we havo
lost nothing but the peaches. A
trusted messenger will carry thorn to
the Hargreave house. And then we'll
ait down and wait."
Meantime, in the library of the Har
greave house, Florence and Jim were
puzzling over the blank sheet of pa
per. "Ill wager," said Jim, "the water
washed all the writing away. The
fire does not seem to do any good.
We'll turn It over to Jones. Jones'll
find a way to solve It. Trust him."
"What are you two chattering
about?" asked Susan, who was arrang
ing some flowers on the table.
"Secrets," said Jim, biniling.
Susan puttered about for a few min
utes longer, then crossed to the recep-
He Went to the Telephone.
tlon room, intending to go upstairs.
At that moment the maid was ad
mitting a messenger with a basket of
"For Miss Hargreave," said he. He
gave the basket to the maid, touched
his cap awkwardly, and swung on bis
heel, closing the door behind him. He
was in a hurry to deliver another
"O, what lovely fruit!" cried Susan,
pausing. "I'm going to, steal one,"
she laughed. She selected a peach
and began eating it on the way up to
her room.
The maid passed on into tho library.
"What's this?" Inquired Florence, as
the maid held out the basket. She.
selected a peach and was about to set
her white teeth Into it when Jim In
terposed. "Walt a moment, dear." Florence
lowered the ppuch. Jim turned to the
maid. "Who sent it?"
(To be continued.)
Dec. 21, 1914.
Miss Hester Snyder, of Columbus,
Is the guest of T. B. Evans and family.
Miss Florence Hadley, of Wilming
ton, visited friends here from Friday
until Monday
Dr Herman HoiKon and family and
Miss Estella Hodson arrived home last
Thursday evening from Columbus to
spend the l.ollda vacation with their
Miss Leanore Guthrie, of Delaware
College, Is spending her vacation with
her parents, J V Uuthrlo and wife.
Miss Ethel Gtilllth, of Cincinnati,
came home Friday evening for tl.o
Christmas vacation.
C. C. Muhlbach, or Hillboro, at
tended the Farmers' Institute last
Friday and was the guest of the Mh&es
Prof. Otho Jackson, of Illllsboro,
was a business visitor here Friday
Prof. C. II. Lewis, of New Vienna,
was a visitor heie Saturday afternoon.
The M. E. church was filled to its
utmost capacity last Sunday evening,
when the young members of the Sun
day school rendered a Christmas pro
gram in a manner which reflected
great credit upon the committee who
did the training. lhe oecaslon was
made more brilliant by the beautiful
electric lights which were turned on
that evening for the first time.
A cantata entitled "Chippers in
With Santa Claus," under the direct
ion of Mr. and Mrs L. V. Denius, will
he given Christmas evening by the
membersof the FriendsSunday School.
Attractive Christinas Drourams will
be re-.di red b the school children of
tlie difTerunt grades in their respective
rioras Thursday afternoon, beginning
at 1 o clock. All patrons of thu sclm 1
and their friends are cordially invited
to be present.
Each session of the Farmers' Insti
tute was attended by an Interested
and appreciative audience. Many
country people were prevented from
attending on account of the Inclemency
of the weather. The State speakers
wore all present and gave instructive
addresses and those who attended felt
well repaid for so doing. The vocal
music furnished uy the High School
was especially tine and enjottd by all.
V P Sparks will arrive home this
week from Columbus to spend the
Christmas vacation with his parents,
Silas Sparks and wife.
Messrs. Roy Kelly, Aaron Head and
Richard Barrett, of HUlsboro, attend
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last Friday. Mr. Head gave a talk on
the matter of a County Demonstrator
for Highland county.
Concerning- School Case.
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