The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 21, 1907 Page: 2 of 10
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at. u>y.i. 'i< Lis Lat reepectfaDj. fce
"Bt« j^ritic. lir; 1* tii* Mr. Gleo-
arE.* I aja Bate« lrc«a G^ecara
Hooae. Kr Pitierin* wired me to
aseet you. ESr."
"Yet: to be rare," I eaJd-
Tbt Lzs/rztzr. wag already ga.tberSn«
ip my tra.^8, aid I gare Mm rty tniai
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sue r_jit away aid tie great relief
tiftt wt>; baj beti perxaaaeast."
5-,;d by eJ* 4ei>ri Moeiu a box.
Torter K -lJura Oo„ Bafia>s. K. T.
MAJOrt FCP.P06E IN CUBA.
ha K*r*La)J Cienans, tie ee^trte a little regretfully. I icast coa-
1,'jl/yoaire wly> died eaddeaiy ia Ver- ?HI' ,J® reaj" tit TaiuKi-
'Two mllet, elr," Batee replied.
"Tbere'e ao way orer but the hack ia
winter. In eumroer the Bteamer come*
I . fl||U yfiur
l.aki Kill IH*ni
w.*!h«ll> A" ,1.i l
<•(( I (tom i'i lm i I.' • 'Imp
wlJJ, Glenarm U required to reside for
a year at a curioue bo'i e estabilehed right Into our dock.
>>y John MambaJl GJenirm near Lake "My legs need Ktretching; 111 walk,"
Annandale, Indiana. , I auggeeted, drawing the cool air into
"Tbia j>ro*lalon was made, accord- my lunga. It was a still, atarry Octo-
t""' ,ftls Ut ,a family, to test ber night, and ita freebnees was grate-
J'"\a V' 11, w h Hh!'rou' g Glenarm's staying qualities, as ful after the hot slteper. Bates ac-
i/h' '/f he Jady >■*>- tbakea you. b. ^ ^ bJ# Kra/JlJAt^ fronJ tii,. . cepted the suggestion without com-
eujindt wie of Tennyeoo: *Ma «acbM etU Institute of Technology ment. We walked to the end of the
r ilk* m/tt'twu of inwwrtoi fiv« distributed a consider- > platform, where the hackman was al-
and the rest <A It ought V> be a s'/lernrj i
warning to you,—many 'drew swords i
and died,' and calamity followed in !
b<*r train. I«ah' the*'- women! I
thought you were past all that!"
"I don't know why a man should be ;
past It at UT. lieslle*, I'l/kerlng's ;
friends are strangers to rne. JJut what J
h«:/-auje of that Irish roll<*-ri you used
to mixtn over? Her distinguishing fea-
ture, as I remember ber photograph,
was a short upper lip. You u*ed to
force h«r upon ti to frequently when
we w«-r« In Africa."
"Humph' When I got back to Dub-
lin I found that she had married a
brewer's ;n, think of it!"
"I'ut not your faith in a short upper
Hp. ll«*r face never inspired any con
lld«nce In rne."
"That will do, think you. I'll have
a bit more of that mayonnaise If the
waiter l*n't dead. I think you said
your grandfather died In June. A let-
ter advising you of the fact reached
you at Naples In October. Has It oc-
cur! ed to you that there was quite an
Interim there? What, may I ask, was
the executor doing all that time? You
may he sure he was taking advantage
of th<! opportunity to look for the red,
red gold, 1 suppose you didn't give
him a sound drubbing Kir not keeping
the cm hies hot with Inquiries for you?"
He eyed me In that, disdain for my
stupidity which I have never suffered
from any other man.
"Weil, no; to tell the truth, I was
thinking of other things during the In
"Your grandfather should have pro-
vided a guardian for you, lad. You
oughtn't, to b« trusted with money. Is
our bottle empty? Well, If that per-
son with the fat neck was your friend
Pickering, I 'd hnve a care of what's
coming to me. I'd he quite sure that
Mr. Pickering hadn't made away with
the old gentleman's boodle, or that It
didn't get lost on the way from him to
"The (line's running now. and I'm
In for the year. My grandfather was a
line old gentleman, and I treated him
likn a dog. I'm going to do what he
directs In that will, no matter what
the size of the reward may bo."
"Certainly; that's the eminently
proper thing for you to do. Hut,—but
keep your wlls about you, If a fellow
willi that neck can't And money where
money bus been known to exist. It
must be burled pretty deep. Your
grandfather was a trifle eccentric, I
Judge, hut not a fool hy any manner
of means. Tlio situation appeals to
my Imagination, Jack. 1 like thu Idea
of It, the lost treasure and the whole
business. I .ord, what a salad that Is'
Cheer up, comrade! You're as grim
as an owl!"
Whereupon we fell lo talking of poo
pin and places we bad known In other
We spent the next day together, and
In the evening, at my hotel, bo crltl
c.lxed my effects while 1 packed, In his
iiMintI Ironical vein.
"You're not going to take those
things with you. I hope!" lie Indi-
cated the rltlea and several revolvers
which I brought from the closet and
threw upon the bed. "They make me
homesick for the Jungle "
tin drew from Us cover the heavy
hnd u««d |a«t on a leopard hunt
m.il Its weight.
■clous little uso you'll hare for
M.-iier let me take It hack to
.,*1 io tiite on I he landlord* I
Had *e idea tA G* *fl There te Do
tr,« Canniftai Act.
Aft offlc*r of tie my telle how
Ma? Wi.pple of tie Second Massa-
t&zuBUM reglaeat. a veteran of the
cir-J war haitered to Washington
when the Spaaish war broke out and
o«Te-td his *err;ces to President Mc-
Bat a!! officer*, as w«tl as men. had
to undergo a physical examination,
and It was stated to Ma'. Whipple
that he would hav to place himself
la the haads of tie examining doctor*
Now, Maj. Whipple, while a man of
great bodily strength aad perfect
health aad activity, was a little de-
ficient ia the matter of teeth. An ex-
amining surgeon proposed to exclude
him on that account.
Whereupon ttie major waxed wroth.
"Gentlemen," said he, "I'm going to
Cuba to shoot Spaniards, not to eat
The major went.—Harper's Weekly.
CASE OF ECZEMA IN 80UTH.
"Ye*, I Supposed You Weren't Lboklng at the Woman," He Said, Dryly
able fortune left by bis father in con-
templating the wonders of the old
world. It Is reported—"
"That will do! Blgns and wonders
I have certainly beheld, and If I spent
my patrimony 1 submit that 1 got my
I paid my bill and took a h-">som
for tho ferry.—Larry with me, cha.-lng
away drolly with hi* old zeat. As the
boat drew out Into tho river a silence
fell upon u*,—tho silence that la pos-
sible only between old friends. As I
looked hack at the lights of the city,
something beyond the sorrow at part-
ing from a comrade touched mo. A
Benso of foreboding, of coming danger,
crept Into my heart Hut I was going
upon tho tamest possible excursion;
for tho first time In my llfo I was sub-
mitting to tho direction of another,—
albeit one who lay In the grave. How
liko my grandfather It was to die leav-
ing this compulsion upon me! My
tuood changed suddenly and as the
boat bumped at the pier I laughed.
"Hah! theso men!" ejaculated Larry.
"What men?" I demanded, giving my
bags to a porter.
"These men who are In love," ho
said. "I know the signs,—mooning.
ready tumbling my trunks about, and
after we bad seen them piled upon
his nondescript wagon I followed
Hates down through the broad, quiet
street of the village. There was more
of Annandalo than I had Imagined, and
several tall smokestacks loomed here
and there In the thin starlight.
"Brickyards, sir," Bald Hates, wav-
ing his hand at the stacks. "It's a
considerable center for that kind of
"Hrlcks without straw?" I asked, as
we passed a radiant saloon that blazed
upon the board walk.
"Ileg pardon, sir, but such places are
the ruin of men,"—on which remark I
based a mental note that Hates wished
to lmpre'sB me with his own rectitude.
He swung beside me, answering
questions with dogged brevity. Clear-
ly. here was a man who had reduced
human Intercourse to a basis of neces-
sity. I was to be shut up with him for
a year, and he was not likely to prove
a cheerful Jailer. My feet struck upon
a graveled highway at the end of the
village street, and 1 heard suddenly
the lapping of water.
"It's the lake, sir. This road leads
right out to the house," Hate* ex-
' We Ml It off
me to think of
over the strap* of the rlfl*
ra 0 with untie* <4ihitry care, hut there
*a« a quater In hi* vole* that was not
like l-arry Ivmotaft.
"Come with me now!" I •■claimed.
• heeling ui>on him.
"Id b« with you tkta with
silence, sudden Inexplicable laughter! j plained.
I hop* I'll not be In Jail when you're I was doomed to meditate pretty
married." I steadily. I Imagined, on the beauty of
"You'll be In s long time If they hold | the landscape in these parts, and I
you for that. Here's my train." j was rejoiced to know that It was not
We talked of old times, and of fu- all cheerless prairie or gloomy wood-
turft meetings, during the few minutes land. The wind freshened and blew
that remained sharply upon us ofT the water.
You can write me at my place of -The fishing's quite good in season,
rustication." I said, scribbling "An- ! Mr. Glenarm used to take a great
nandale. Wabana county. Indiana." on pleasure In It. Has*.—yes. sir. Mr.
a card "Now If you misl me at any Glenarm held there was nothing quite
time I'll come to you wherever you equal to a black bass."
are You understand that, old man l Uked the way the fellow spoke of
Oiood-by." my grandfather. He was evidently a
"Write me. car* of my father—he'll j loyal retainer. N<ft doubt he could
have my ad.ln**s, though this last row . tummon from th« past many pictures
of mine made him pretty hot." I of my grandfather, and I determined
I passed through ti* gate and down . to encourage hi* confidence.
lh« long train to mj Kleenex. Turning J (TO ■■ OOKTtKUKR)
;:m tb«s a higher leT'hig rah* bd
a ir i rii -iap wear taad give*
their a lifter uoe fcr wear.
P-^re White Lead prvei ax '--paqua,
deralie coat that protects a i p/e-
vmti tejm the ravage* of ti e
p.-Twpeciive bnyers (A Pur*
White Lead have beretr/fore
beer, wibjett to much attempted
fraud in adulteration arid ub-
nitutkm. You are now pro-
tected by the Dutch Iiey trade
n,irlc which I* found on the ide of
kegs containing only Pure White
Lead, made by the Old Dutch Protest.
Look for the boy.
motion on the t*iat
■u7jj*;t. tost Iril
e 1*jb r*qu*H.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
In uhicluvr of l*« /ollow-
tng cllf f nrartil m:
v.. Tn.k Ho«v>n Buff.fr.. Cl «l« 4.
Cincinnati, Ohicao, Hi. Lout*.
phi. [John T. Bro«. Oo.) KlUwi(k
Uiatioul LfA S Oil Oo.l
Suffered Three Year*—Hand* and Eye
Most Affected—Now Well and I*
Grateful to Cuticura.
"My wife was taken badly with ec-
zema for three years, and she em-
ployed a doctor with no effect at all
until she employed Cuticura Soap
and Ointment One of her hands
and her left eye were badly affected,
and when she would atop using Cu-
ticura Soap and Ointment the eczema
came back, but very Blightly; but it
did her a sight of good. Then we
complied with the instructions in us-
ing the entire Bet of Cuticura Reme-
edles and my wife is entirely recov-
ered. She thanks Cuticura very much
and will recommend it highly in our
locality and in every nook and cor-
ner of our parish. God bless you for
the sake of suffering humanity. I. M.
Robert, Hydropolia, La., Jan. 5 and
Sept. 1, 1906."
Modern Play* Puzzle Empre**.
The empress of Japan has been
reading some European plays and
she does not like them. She consid-
ers that they deal with forbidden sub-
jects and must lead to dangerous
meditations. The freedom with which
women in them are represented as
expressing their opinions in public,
giving vent to their most intimate
sentiments and putting their hand-
kerc-hl**e over their eyes and weep-
ing berore people, is said to strike
her as quite incomprehensible.
"We Have Many Similar."
The following is an extract from a
letter received from Mr. H. H. Meyers,
of Stutgart, Ark.: "You would greatly
oblige me if you would Introduce
Hunt's Lightning Oil at Millidgeville,
111., as I have many friends and rela-
tives there, in whom I am much con-
cerned, and I understand the Oil is not
kept there. I can recommend it as the
best medicine I ever had in my house.
It cured me of a bad case of the Bloody
Flux In less than one-half hour, and it
cured my granddaughter of a bad case
of Cholera MorbuB in a very short
A manufacturing Arm has a 15-acre
belladonna garden In operation near
New Brunswick. The farm is suc-
cessful as far as the production of a
pure drug Is concerned, but it is not
yet profitable enough financially to
make many farmers abandon their
garden truck and take to cultivating
th« deadly nightshade.—Country Lifft
To neglect a cold the results are too
often very serious. Bronchitis, Pleu-
risy, Penumonla and Consumption are
frequently the consequences. Upon
the appearance of a cold, sore throat
or chest, use Simmons' Cough Syrup.
It soothes the irritation, loosens the
phlegm and promptly cures you.
Japs May Settle In Canada.
Mr. Negatany. a subject of the mi-
kado. Is credited by rumor with a
scheme for buying from the Canadian
Pacific railway 50.000 acres of land In
Alberta *uitable for wheat and sugar
beet culture and settling on the tract
i ft colony of industrloaa forabftaded
important to Mothers.
rmnlM owMly e* nr bou:« of CASTOHtA.
I a hIf and rk raoeiij for ulit'j aad chiMlren,
^ - t arc that It
i la V«* For 0*rr 30 Year*.
IU fciad Im Have ftlw* i Bavin
I Never Judge ftny man * worth by
his size. A silver dollftr 1* much la.r-
gar thaa ft I0 gold piftc*
High Price* Paid for Pet*.
A spinster with money to burn r*
cently paid 15,000 for a bulldog. A
man in Massachusetts has just bought
a cow for *8,000. Walter Garvey has
a hog for which he refused a cash
offer of |4,000. James Keene refused
$200,000 for Sysonby, a race horse,
fhere are several roosters of fashion-
able blood priced as high as $800
each. You can buy a fine lion for
$300 and a tiger for $700. By and by
we shall have a craze for breeding
fishes, and a fine male salmon, edu-
cated to pond life, might be worth
$1,000. The $8,000 cow has one calf
a year, worth $4,000. The female sal-
mon may become the mother of 300,-
000 little fellows in the same time,
worth in the aggregate, possibly, a*
much as the calf.—N. Y. Pres*.
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Everybody loves lot# and lots of Clove*
Grasses for hogs, cows, sheep and rwine.
We are known as the largest growers of
Grasses, Clovers, Oats, Barley, Cora, Po-
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Our mammoth 148-page catalog it mailed
free to all intending buyers; or tend
8c is STAMPS
and receive sample of "perfect balance ra-
tion grass seed," together with Fodder
Plants, Clover, etc., etc., and big Plant
and Seed Catalog free.
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Judge Got HI* An*wer.
Judge Graham, of the San Francisco
supreme court, gets as much fun as
possible out of life, even extracting an
occasional laugh from trials over
which he presides. Not long ago he
Indulged in his favorite propensity
and came off second best. An appli-
cant for naturalization was beforft
him, the French chef of a big hotel.
Satisfied with the answers to the for-
mal questions, Judge Graham sudden-
ly and unsmillngly put a tnal poser:
"You say you are a chef? What is the
difference between a teal duck and ft
pheasant?" Just as quickly and fully
as seriously came the answer: "Forty
cents, your honor."
A Condition Which Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, the Great Blood Tonic, Have
Been Curing for Years.
There Is no mora perplexing trouble
for a physician to treat than debility
cases, especially In women, In which
there Is no acute disease but In which
the patient every day sinks lower and
lower despite changes of medicine and
That Dr. Williams* Pink Pills will
restore health under these conditions
is no speculation but the fact has been
proved In hundreds of cases similar
to that of Mrs. Sarah Ramsey, of 1001
St. John St, Litchfield, 111. She says
"I never felt well after my first
child was born. I had a gnawing pain
In my stomach and could not hold any
food down. My head ached a great
deal and sometimes the pain went all
through my body. I had dizzy spells
so that I could not stand and seemed
to be half blinded with pain. These
spells would often last for over a:
hour. My blood seemed to be in t
very poor condition and my hands anil
feet were like Ice. I seemed to bft
growing weaker and weaker and coul#
not get around to do my work \t
the house. I was extremely nervous
and the lesst excitement would bring
on a dizzy spell.
"For a number of yesrs I was under
a doctor's care hut Feemed to get no
better. I had heard about Dr Wil-
liams' Pink Pil!s and I began to take
them. I soon felt better and gained
In weight and strength. My nerves
are strong now and I am a weil woman
In every way."
Dr Williams' Pink Pills are sold
by all druegists or will be sent, post-
paid. on receipt of price. 50 cents per
I six box** for $2 5^. by tl-.e Dr.
I ^Mims Medfcln® ronipanT,
. <sdy N Y. A booklet of vslusble In-
flation. entitled "Plain Talks
, Women.- Mat ti— on request.
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