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up and left. He was g'"hg ft, hunt some
more. While ho was ofT looking, he'd
write fo the widow woman otit'n eer so
often, mid pretty soon she got the Whole
story. Well, sir, it made ol' Oober feel
awful foolish tho way she laughed. Why,
that widow Ionian laughed at him ami
his shooting-iron like ho was a boy, the
next timu ho saw her. Dink, lie was so
thick-headed, though, that he went away
again, though she begged him not to.
Hit wanted to follow up one more elun
lio'd set his mind on."
The agent shifted in his chair.
"Yes?" ho questioned, in a dry voice.
"Well, ho found her," said tho trav
eler. There was a, crash and tho agent was
on his feet, tho overturned chair behind
"What's the matter!" asked tho trav
eler in surprise.
"1 thought say, didn't you seo
somebody out there on tho platform?"
Ilnwng peered out: "There- isn't
nobody there." Then tho traveler
nursed his knees again and took up tho
thread of his story. '
"01' Dink, ho found her. Say, man,
put on your coat; I swan you're shaking
like a leaf. In a little ol' town, it was
nothing but a wide place in the road.
It's right queer."
"Why, tho way Gobcr felt. Here ho'd
been raging all these years and hating
her, and framing up what ho'd say to
her when they met time and again ho
framed up awful scornful things. Yet,
when he dono walked into that neat par
lor and saw her rocking thero in it chair,
nursing a baby, aud with a husky young
'un tugging at her skirts a boy, too
all Dink could say was, ' Hello, jess. '
"Sho didn't seem a bit ashamed,
Jess didn't, either. .Tust for a second
sho wns seared, but then they both sat
down and talked very friendly. She'd
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done told Dink she was. So guess what
that loeoed party went and done?"
"I givo up," the agent said.
"Why, ho handed over his gun to
.less. That's what he done turned
over that young cannon he'd been pack
ing all these years for l'loss. And then
ho wired the widow. Never mind what
he Faid; 1 reckon that telegram made
life smooth sailing for ol' Clober. "
The rails began to hum and the agent
mado it divo for his lantern. Hy the
time he reached the door, they were
clacking, and a shrill blast far up grade
announced tho approach of the Cannon
"Say," said the traveler, "got a cap,
or something? My hair ain't so thick as
it was and I feel kind of naked."
"Take that one off the nail. No-oo.
1 couldn't charge anything for it.
You're sine welcome."
In returning the change which he had
extracted from his pocket to pay fur the
cap, the traveler dropped several coins.
Ho gathered them up aud went out on
"Here," said tho agent, picking one
from tho lloor. "You dono missed this
It was a plugged quarter, worn
smooth aud thin.
Tho Cannon Hall thundered down, the
grade and camo to a stop with much
screaming of brakes. Very leisurely, the
traveler entered a car and took a vacant
seat nt an 0en window. Tho conductor
ran into and out of tho station, yelled
(something to the engineer, cried 'All
aboard' to a dark and empty platform,
and tho Cannon Hall began to move.
Tho station agent, with the lantern
tucked under his arm, happened to pass
just below the window.
"Oh, Floss! " said the traveler, almost
genially, shoving out. u long arm.
"Here's your nickel."
The B orderland of Sleep
Continued from Page 9t
upon tho mind as "ghosts." This holds
truo even in tho caso of memories of inci
dents that have long been forgotten, so
far as conscious recollection is concerned;
nnd of objects never consciously seen, but
that must have been observed, figuratively
speaking, out of tho corner of the eye.
The mechanism involved in such hypnoidal
hallucinations is precisely that involved
in the hallucinations produced by crystal
gazing, a superstitious practice that has
not been without valuo to science as af
fording, on close examination, much in
sight into the obscurer workings of the
yn illustrate, an Englishwoman, Miss
(ioodrich-Frcer, who has deliberately
cultivated tho faculty of crystal gazing
for tho purposo of scientific investiga
tion, once saw in hor crystal tho picture
of a young girl, an iutimate friend,
waving to her from a carriage. Sho par
ticularly noticed that the girl was wear
ing her hair "young lady fashion,"
instead of down her back.
"Most certainly," Miss (ioodrich
Freer declares, "I had not consciously
seen even the carriage, the look of which
I knew very well. Hut next day 1 called
on my friend; she reproached me for not
observing her as sho passed; and I per
ceiied that sho had altered her hair in
the way that the crystal had shown.
Facts like these, multiplied and cor
roborated by other trustworthy invest i
gators, leave no doubt as to the wonder
ful tenacity of tho memory, and the still
more wonderful ability of the human eye
and ear to apprehend and to register on
the memory more than the mind is con
sciously awaro of. Besides which, us
must bo obvious, they throw a flood of
light on hypnoidal hallucinations simu
lating full-fledged apparitions.
Thus, there can be no doubt that, in
the case of tho "ghost" seen in tho
lonely Scotch farmhouse, Mr. Bruce, dur
ing his preparations for bed, must havo
glanced, perhaps without knowing it, at
the portrait on the wall, and thereby ob
tained an impression of it iid enough
to permit of its emergence us a hyp
noidal hallucination when quite possi
bly as the result of some digestivo dis
turbauce he awoke suddenly an hour
or two after retiring. Similarly, Mr.
Husbands probably saw in Miss Falk
tier's room, before the apparition of her
friend appeared to him, the photograph
which he afterward identified; and he
may well lime heard also somethiug about
the dead man's athletic proclivities.
Nor need the case of the commercial
traveler oiler any greater dilliculty. The
chances are, first, that he had seen, or
had heard of, the scratch on his sister 'h
face, but had forgotten all about it. On
tho other hand, there is also the possibility
that the apparition was telepathic, having
its rise in the mother's sulicoiihciousiii'ss,
and later projected to her sou's.
Hut it is not only as an aid in the nut
utilization of the supernatural that
knowledge of the peculiarities uf the
hypnoidal state is of importance. It is of
direct and far reaching helpfulness m a
medical way. llecent research has made
it certain that many diseases partic
ularly sundry nervous and mental mala
dies have us their cans' some emo
tiuiial shock, occurring perhaps oars be
fore the symptoms of disease' appear.
When this is the ense, it usually hajqiens
that the facts lelatiug to tins emotional
disturbance are, to till intents and pur
poses, forgotten by the sufferer. Hut
they, nevertheless, are invariably and m
tensely remembered by him subcon
sciously; and, indeed, his illness is due
to the ery fact of their persistence in
his subconsciousness. They act, as it
were, like hammers beating relentlessly
on his nervous system until they finally
throw it out of gear.
Fortunately, it has been discovered
that in order to effect a cure, all that is
necessary is to get at these lost mem
ories; and, having ascertained their
character, to "suggest" them away.
Incredible as it may seem, tiie mere re
calling of them to the upper conscious
ness is frequently sutlicient to bring
about a return to health. The moment
they are fully remembered by the pa
tieut, his malady ceases to trouble him
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