A Woman Named Smith (Illustrated Edition) by Marie Conway Oemler
By Marie Conway Oemler
1919 novel via Marie Conway Oemler (1879 -1932), the writer of Slippy McGee, occasionally often called the Butterfly guy (1917), a girl Named Smith (1919), and The crimson Heights (1920).
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I have expressed this opinion to the town at large, and I seldom express my opinion publicly,” finished the old jurist stiffly. I heard that opinion with mingled emotions. “But we like Mr. Jelnik,” I said at last. “The injunction against him doesn’t hold water. ” “Oh, no! One can’t afford to cuddle an old vendetta, as Abishag drynursed old King David. ” Alicia said naïvely. ” He almost succeeded in looking human when he said it, and his eyes upon Alicia weren’t at all frosty. Then he folded his papers, replaced them in his wallet, wiped his glasses, shot his cuffs, hoped we’d find Hynds House all we’d hoped, hoped the town would be to our liking, hoped he could be of further service to us, bowed creakily, and took his departure.
Nevertheless, that barbed wire comes down. He may use the lane whenever he wants to,” I decided. The judge bowed. “And now,” he said, politely, “let us take up the case of Mr. Nicholas Jelnik, if you please. It was Mrs. Scarlett’s wish that you should be fully informed concerning Mr. ” “Against Mr. Jelnik? But, good heavens, why? ” I was beginning to get angry. “Let me see: I am to make myself odious to Mr. Jelnik, and I am to refuse to allow a physician to run his car through a barren strip of weeds and sand, because they are her relatives and she hated her relatives.
The Hyndses, as I have said, are good haters,” finished Judge Gatchell. “And so she left Hynds House to me,” said I without, I am afraid, much gratitude. ” The lawyer spoke crisply. “If you have any scruples, dismiss them. My late client understood that it was far better for the estate to fall into the hands of a sensible woman like yourself than into the keeping of a young man with what foolish people like to call the artistic temperament, which in plain English means a person who can’t earn his salt in any useful, sensible business.