Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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the hollis post-herald
Sale of Farm*
and Town Sites
COUNTY AGENTS WANTED
The world-famous Taft ranch of
Texas ha. been .ubdWided Into farm
By George Agnew Chamberlain
ne aaMe-Memu Owaav
tract* Van ring from *> to 1W acre*
. are now being eold on
very attracUve t.rms, Thle le the
very attractive •
ticheat land In the famous black be't-
The Town of Taft has been provided
with all modern Improvement* ana
Town Lota will be offered at Public
SMe on June 1. Thle I* a big propo-
Suon for wide-awake agent*. We
want representative. In every county.
Write or wire today for apeclal
agency proposition and
For Details, Mapt, etc.
J. H. KIRCKPATRICK CO.
Central Tnwt BaiWtof, 5ea Aateaie, Te«a«
True to Her 8ex.
Othello hud Just pressed down the
fcent sofa pillow over Desdemona'a
"Anyway," she said In smothered ac-
cent*, "I nliall not have to listen to
your long-winded tales about what you
did, and how you acted—and anyway
the handkerchief that stirred up all
the trouble was real old point, and—"
But she had had the last word.—
If Yon Need i Medicine
You Should Hon the Best
Have you ever stopped to rea on why
it i* that *o many product* that are ex-
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of light and are soon forgotten? The
reason is plain—the article aid not fulfill
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a mcdicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative ralue almost sells itself, as like
an endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need of it.
A prominent druggist says "Take for
example Dr. Kilmer's 8wamp-Root, a
preparation I have eold for many years
and never hesitate to recomihend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent re-
sults, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy has so large a
According, to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who have
used the preparation, the succcbs of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact,
so many people claim, that it fulfills al-
most every wish in overcoming kidney,
liver and bladder ailments; corrects uri-
nary troubles and neutralizes the uric
acid which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer k Co., Binghamton. N. Y.,
and enclose ten cents; also mention this
paper. Larue and medium site bottles
lor sale at all drug stores—Adv.
Even n dumb clock can iuuke Itself
understood with Its hands.
After a woman says "There's no
use talking" sl ' keeps right on.
A RICH FIELD.
Synopsis. — Robert Hervey Ran-
dolph, young New York man-a bout-
town, leave* the home of hi* sweet-
heart, Madge Van Telller, cha-
grined because of her refusal of his
proposal of marriage. His income,
*10,*00 a year, which he must sur-
render If a certain Miss Imogen
Pamela Thornton (whom he haa
seen only as a small girl ten years
before) Is found. Is not considered
by the girl of his heart adequate
to modern needs. In a "don't cars"
mood Randolph enter* a taxi, un-
seen by ths driver, and Is driven
to the stage door of a theater. A
man he knows, Duke Beamer, In-
duces a girl to enter the cab.
Beamer, attempting to follow, Is
pushed back by Randolph and the
cab moves on. His new acquaint-
ance tells Randolph she Is a cho-
rus girl, and has lost her position.
Bhe I* In distress, sven hungry, and
he takes her to his apartment
There, after lunch, a chance re-
mark convinces him the girl Is the
missing Painsla Thornton. He does
not tell her of her good fortune,
out secures her promise to stay In
the flat until ths morning and
BY USING THE GENUINE
Stearns' Electric Paste
Al«o HUBS! DKATn to Waterbog*. Ants, Bats
Mid Mien. Tbc «i am tim greatest carriers of
££... and Ml)*1 KB KILLED. Tb J ae.lroj
boUi food and property
IXrratloni In 1& languages In erory box.
Heady for oa«—two alire K* and tl.M.
U. s. (iovermnoDt buys 1U
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system
in order by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add troubles, ths
enemies of life and looks. In use sine*
1696. All druggists, three sizes.
*,ns£ti ta&s WWTto
•'More than that," went on Ran-
dolph : "I'm not taking your Job Just
for tonight; Tin going to hold it The
only thing I want you to promise Is
that you'll keep your trap closed if
you «ee any ads In the personal col-
umns looking for me."
"How do I know you won't lift the
car and whoop It up fer New HavenT
Randolph fixed him In the eye.
"You know I won't, because I say
"Sure—that's all right, boss,1" said
the driver conelllatlngly. "No bones
broke. Now, there's Just one thing
more: have you flggered that It's five
hours to the opening of second-hand
Sixth avenue or the Bowery, an' I'd
have to wear those clothes of yourn
■11 that time?"
"What's the matter with these
clothes?" asked Randolph, a little
peeved. "Well, you've heard my offer.
Take It or leave It."
"Sure I'll take ltl" said the driver
promptly. "If 1 wasn't a-goln' to have
took It from the first, what would I 'a'
been standln' here talkln' for?" ,
Whereupon they entered to the
cramped privacy of the cab and ex-
changed garments. Randolph was
ready In ten minutes, but It took him
another ten to complete the apparel-
ing of the puzzled chauffeur. That
worthy added to his Investiture In
Randolph's best evening suit a sickly
"Say," he asked, "how do I look?"
Mr. Randolph sun-eyed him.
"Oh, you'll do, nil right. You look
■bout the way I would If I'd been on a
bat. Better have a few drinks. If you
can find them, and the world will fall
for your clothes. What time do I turn
the wagon In, and what time do I go
on again? Do you bunk at the garage,
by any chance?"
"Never you mind where I bunk,"
said the ex-cabman suspiciously.
"D'you think I'm goln' to throw in a
happy home for two hundred? You're
on the njght shift for this week. Read
the rules and regulations when you
get to the garage. Say good-by to the
boys for me an' tell the manager to go
They followed this remark out of
the cab; the tough in fop's clothing
cranked the car and turned westward,
as previously chronicled, while Mr.
Randolph, now substitute to Patrick
O'Reilly as driver of the Village Cub
company's No. 1S98, hurled his char-
lot, eastward, not to meet the morning,
as It had appeared to the watching
Miss Thornton, but in search of the
residence of the head of the legal firm
charged with the duly of carrying out
the Instructions of the defunct Mr.
Mr. Randolph, vice O'Reilly, drew
«p at the familiar address in Madison
avenue and laid his car cheek by jowl
with the curb as though anchoring It
for a long stay; then he descended
from the driver's seat, entered the
cab. exclaimed thanksgiving at finding
a rug, wrapped himself in its warm
folds, curled up on the seat and went
In the cold early morning the strong
arm of the Law reached In and dragged
Mm back from the Elyslan fields
where he had been wandering hand in
hand with a lovely person dressed In
a little velvet toque and very cheap
"Here, you I" said the voice of the
Law. "Don't you know you can't put
up a hotel In this burg without a li-
cense? Wot the—"
"Morning. Officer," said Randolph.
tryl«g his best to be plensant. "I'm
waiting for my fure. Any regulation
"Don't pull that stuff on me," said
the Law. "This ain't the Tenderloin."
"I know it Isn't," remarked Mr. Ran-
dolph. "But I happen to be waiting
for Mr. Borden Mllyuns, of Mllyuns.
Branch & Mllyuns. Ever heard of
"Sure," said tbe <^p. Impressed but
l still suspicious. "He lives here all
right, but 1 ain't mm * ■ turning
down hi* own cars for nlght-hawM
"Well," said Mr. Randolph, "I could
tease yon along for some time and
make you look like • nut, but I won't
The truth Is, bla prize bitch, Bride of
Lammermoor, la pupping tonight, and
I'm here to take the lady and her Ut-
ter down to the dog-show In time to
get 'em aettled for the opening. Messy
Job, but the meter la charging for It"
"There ain't a man living that could
think up a lie like that, not audden,"
murmured the officer, and turned to
resume his beat while Mr. Randolph
promptly hit the mat In the hope of
catching up with Elysium- He slept;
he slept too deep for dreams, and was
beyond the reach of the call of any
motorhorn when Mr. Milyuna* town
car tried to shoo blm along at eight-
thirty of a bright morning.
Once more was Mr. Randolph
dragged by njaln force to wakefulneaa.
"Good-morning, Thomas," he re-
marked. "Is the old man up?"
"Hully geel Mr. Randolph 1 What
'ave you been up to now?"
"None of yours, Thomas," said Rob-
ert Hervey, In a kindly but firm voice.
"Get me a bit of paper and a pencil."
The chauffeur discovered the re-
quired articlea in Mr. MllyunB' car,
handed them over, and curiously
watched Mr. Randolph write his note
to the effect that Miss Imogene Pa-
mela Thornton would receive her legal
representative at Mr. Randolph s
rooms in Fifty-ninth street between
nine and ten. It was added that the
said rooms, upon which rent had been
paid to the end of the quarter, and all
they contained, Including the man,
Tomllnson, were at the perpetual dis-
position of the said Miss T.
"Now, Thomas," said Mr. Randolph,
"you take this In to the old man him-
self and tell him a chauffeur with an
empty cab brought It If you say an-
other word I'll have you up at the
union for losing me my Job, and I'll
lick the stuffings out of you besides.
"Sure thing, Mr. Randolph!" Bald
Thomas. "Leave it to me to help you
"Don't Pull That Stuff on Me," Said
make trouble whenever you feel like
it. It's a slow world except for the
likes of you."
As soon as the man had entered the
house, Mr. Randolph started his cab
and made for a point of vantage in
the park, from which, in due course,
he beheld the arrival of the lawyer at
Fifty-ninth- street. He waited long
enough to make sure that the /epaJ
gentleman had penetrated to Miss
Thornton; then he threw up his flag
and made for the garage.
lie sought out the mannger.
"Say," he plunged, "Pat O'Reilly
lost his Job to me last night shooting
craps. My clock read twenty-eight
dollars this morning; here's my slip."
The manager glanced at the slip,
and took a long look at Mr. Randolph.
"You're on, kid," he decided. "Take
any shift you like. What's your
"Slim Hervey," said Mr. Randolph
"One of them earned names," com-
mented the manager. "All right Go
Flesh, Spirit and the Veiled God.
Mr. Randolph spent the day getting
acquainted and proved himself a good
mixer. By telling a few stories that
ban not yet sifted down from Club-
land and by standing a few drinks he
soon found himself made free of all
the technical Information he needed
and some more that was so ultra-tech-
nical that it could beat the brains that
Invented the delicate mechanism of
the taximeter. He also established
part ownership In a comfortable room
In n house very much on the wrong or
west aide of Broadway. In fact wttbln
ind almost spitting distance
of the North river.
While he waa still in fonda be
bought himself a woolen khaki over-
coat with one of those enormous col-
lars which look like an Inverted
bucket when they are up and surpass
in efficiency the traditional black mask
so beloved by Illustrators of the week-
ly press. He also had a speaking slot
cut in the glass of the cab window
Just behind hla beat ear and subse-
quently removed and lost the slide
that had been fitted over It with con-
siderable skill and trouble.
During the next few nights he pro-
ceeded to have the time of hla life; so
much so that he was constantly over-
whelmed with wonder at his stupidity
In not having become a taxl-dilver
years before! It should be remem-
bered that Mr. Randolph waa of New
York Yorky; he knew everybody cas-
ually, from Mr. Milyuna and bis
daughter, Eileen, down to the lateat
addition to the pitiful ranka of the
mldlnette. More than that so broad
was his acquaintanceship that aa a
sporting gent he had once or twice
been tipped off aa to the where and
when of a proposed gun-play.
In addition to being by right of birth
an Integral part of all the social strata
of Manhattan, he knew the surface of
the Island and of the adjacent com-
moner soil of the mainland consid-
erably better than he knew the palm
of his own hand. In fact, he could
scarcely ever have been conscious that
he had a palnll, even as a map of per-
sonal fortune; for he who Is complete
ly satisfied with the present never
worries about the future and Mr. Ran-
dolph had been born content.
With auch an equipment, Is It to be
wondered at that he found the taxi
field rich with unexpected and sup-
prising blooms? Fair flowers, he had
known heretofore to nod only over tea
tables and solid silver appeared sud-
denly transplanted to his dab and
ready to nod on a stalwart shoulder.
Strong male tlger-lllles of the money
market grafted to the cushions of a
taxi, became complacent pillars upon
which some clinging Ivy twined.
In six nights he learned the sound
that a banker makes when slender
fingers tickle him under the chin; the
gasp of a girl, first-kissed; the cry of
a young man upon discovering the ab-
sence of grandfather's gold watch, hla
since graduation day; the cluck of a
top-hat fairly sat upon In the excite-
ment of a moment that else would
have been tragic, the exasperating tap,
tap, tap, of a hen-pecking tongue that
explained and condoned a murder mys-
tery in the next morning's papers, and
the sob of a ruined youngster who had
played with borrowed money.
All these incidents took place with
people whom Mr. Randolph knew or
knew of and Just to show what an ex-
tremely honest young man he was, let
It be said that it did not once occur to
him that he need never be poor while
humanity, supposedly in good stand-
ing, continued to lay Itself open to
blackmail at the rate of a case a night.
At the same time, he was not stupid
and occasionally tapped out a missive
loaded with dynamite on the garage
typewriter when no one was around.
Here is a sample.
"Mr. Polndexter MacGuler, Sir: As
I was driving you and Miss B. B.
larst night who was foster-mothered
bv an aunt of a frend of a frend of
mine, I heerd you talkin to her and
all I got to say is If I see yon out
with her again short of the bands of
matrimony I'll get another frend of
mine to get Mr. Robert Flerv Ran-
dolph to tell what he knows about
you cheaten at cards on Dec. 23 last."
Nights that gave birth In the morn-
ing to such illiterary tit-bits could
scarcely be called dull, but It was not
long before Mr. Randolph found him-
self threatened by nn unexpected mo-
notonous employment. Unfortunntely
for his entertainment, his reputation
as the one par excellence St. Berpard
lifesaver to the Inebriate elite spread
rapidly throughout the Force so that
the telephone was constantly burdened
during the wee hours with the follow-
ing: "Say, is Slim Hervey on the Job?
Well, when he comes in tell Mm I got
another tailor-model drunk here what
has lost his home address from his
With suspicious suddenness Mr.
Randolph proceeded to forget half his
school and clubmates and cold-blooded-
ly leave them to their fate and a
night out not without coming to grief
on at least one occasion, however.
"What are you comln* over me?" de-
manded the Irate captain of the Nth
precinct. "You ain't forgot that yon
was vally to R. H. Randolph for seven
years, have ya? . Has all his frens
gone on the wagon?"
It looked like a loop-hole. "Sure,"
said Slim Hervey promptly. "Kia
club's n^ar busted what with water-
drinkers and softs."
-AFTER EVERY MEAL
Mint leaf, peppermint or lib-
elous Juicy fruits either
flavor le a treat for your
And all are equally food for
you. Teeth, appetite and
digestion all benefit.
Your nerves will say -thank
you.- your vim will respond.
WRIGLEY*S Is liked for what
It does as well as for Its BIG
value at the small cost of 5c.
The Flavor Lasts
r. as w ^ iO
l^g^the° Also Maxwell House Tea
p°uroP droP^ CHEEK-HEAL COFFEE CO ..Nashville, Houston Jramit Richmond
ands °f Happy Housewives
"Slim Hareey," the good wftl.
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
What a woman saya goes—wb«
talka into a telephone wdirir,
are helping their husbands to prosper—are glad
they encouraged them to go where they could make a home of their
own-save paying rent and reduce cost of living-where they
coJld rwch prosperity and independence by buying on easy terma.
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre
— land similar to that which through many ypars has yielded from 10
< 41 fcuehete of wheat to the aero. Hundreds of fanners in Western
Canada have raised crops in a single season worth more than the whole
cost of their land. With such crops come prosperity, independence, good
tomes, and all the comforts and conveniences which make for happy living.
schools, rural telephone, etc., give you the I WW1 ■
SSaSStS. rrtottd railway r t«. etc w->- I
Department at immigration. Ottawa, Can
r. n. hewitt
2113 Nate St. Kaaaaa City, Ma. |
Canadian Government Agent
WATCHES, JEWELRY " ™ ""
>. . n, TI 1_ n
WEAR WHILE YOU RAY—
THAT* THI LOmS WAY
for the "Loftia Blue Book," telling all about our easy Cratit Ptaa, and
w can wear and own a Diamond or Watch and never miss the money.
Loftis Bros. & Co.
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