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trt VVTt lt-HíTMirMV . -. . . f J I Ss. I m mjE iu: LáWtJ? ' LAÍiT 'L .if" LfírL:, W ír?, Wí. IrVi Irl . r I I r ' ' w rs. W wt. H. ) ñas 3 (a TOü? T UAino r, T W mi P AM? w m g?c a package 3 befoi before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW 1 'sil. THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! BUSINESS MtiJgtlPWJjmjJIllJ.I.J HJ.WI.JBHI L.UHM JUJ1W.1II1BM11MI.J1JHI III! Is Coming to Holbrook Attracted by the possibilities of the Holbrook Oil Field, and we will be glad to handle trie banking: business of newcomers with, the same careful attention which we accord our present depositors. We feel assured that oil will be developed in this field and that close co-operation will tend to more readily secure seeure this desired result. The benefits ef an oil field to this community are difficult of estimation, and the legitimate efforts of the men behind the gugwjll surely receive our interested support. f :: : HOLBROOK STATE, BANK Holbrook, Arizona tf5 THE HOLBROOK ARIZONA OIL MINING DISTRICT- (Organized by Authority of the Federal Statutes) Is now prepared to furnish ABSTRACTS Covering Oil Land Locations in the Holbrook Oil Field. Fees $3.50 Up Address all Communications to JOHN S. QUIRK, Recorder IS? hoe OK HOTEL -UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- Conveniently Located. Popular Head quarters for Tourists and Commercial Men : : : : : : : J.C.BURD - 30I Proprietor ORPHANED LAMBS AND PIGS Patience, Care and Good Nursing Have Brought to Maturity Many Un fortunate Animals. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Many weak "orphan" lambs and pigs, requiring too much care for the average farmer or ranchman to bother with, are salvaged by the boys and girls belonging to the clubs organized by the United States department of ag riculture and the state colleges. Pa tlence, care and good ' nursing by a 7 rr A Club Boy and His Three Orphans. youngster have brought to maturity animals which otherwise would not have survived Infancy. As a result, the meat supply Is Increased and the boy or girl Is enabled to earn money. The father of a little girl In Anson county, N. C, who was very anxious to Join a pig club, repeatedly refused to give her a pig. One of his pigs did not do well last year and he tried to sell the "runt" for $1, but could not find a buyer. His wife persuaded him to give the friendless pig to the little glrL Care and careful feeding brought it to maturity. After a while the club member's herd was Increased to six. The little girl traded the best two of the litter to her father for sole posses sion of the mother hog, and sold the other three for $15. Having now ac quired a membership in the pig club, she plans to continue in the work. CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING PLAN Boys of Florida County to Market Their Pigs In Carloads Engaged In Feed Contest (Prepared by the United States Depart ment ol Agriculture.) The Dig club boys of Madison coun ty, Fla., are planning to market their pigs next fall in a co-operative car load shipment These boys are now busily engaged In a feeding contest and are working for one of a number of rjrizes offered for the most success ful feeders. Peanut meal and corn, with rape and rye pastures, make up the present rations of the club pigs. The local county agent has already Informed a number of livestock com mission companies of the plan of mar keting the club pigs, and states that the buyer will have to bid above the market price to get them. FATTENING ON SELF-FEEDERS Hogs Fed in This Manner Save Feed and Labor and Are Fit for Market Much Earlier. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment or Agncuiiure.; Fatten hóes on self-feeders as far as possible. Hogs fed in this way save labor, save feed In proportion to the gain in weight made, and are ready for market sooner than those wmcn are hand fed. Less feed is actually reouired to fatten when hogs are self fed. The system is therefore econom ical In every respect. Livestock BNoxtsif The horses should be given plenty of fresh water regularly every day. Regular feeding Is of paramount im portance in keeping stock In a healthy condition. Pasture lands devoted to sheep have greater possibility of. their own sus tenance than any other. The rule Is that it is better not to milk the cow before freshening unless It become absolutely necessary. . There is nothing like a self-feeder to give pigs a good start, and it Is the start they get that tells In the wind-up. By providing good pasture crops for lambs after weaning, a set-back In growth may frequently be avoided asá the lambs oorketod st a& earlier age. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is com nosed of some of the best tonics known. combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. AH uruggtsts, 76C. Ball's Family Pilla for constipation. 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"The political center of gravity In the nation has shifted f to the states that lie between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Coast" New York Times editorial This opinion is typical" of an Idea which Is rapidly spreading throughout the country. There is a feeling that "the West Is in the saddle for the presidential nomination In 1920." "The fact that the West decided the last presidential election has made it a potent factor In future calculations. Moreover, the politicians know that in case the woman suffrage constitutional amendment does not become operative In time for the next national election there are, nevertheless, 10 states west of the Mississippi which have already given their women the franchise, add ing, an Increment of some six million votes, which might easily turn the elec tion one way or the other. Hence, the Republican leaders of the East as well 8 of the West are seriously consider ing whether it would not be good poli tics to take a western candidate. It Is significant that three bf the most generally talked about presiden tial possibilities for 1920 come from the Far West They are United States Senators Poindexter Borah and John son. The first mentioned, about whom considerable discussion Is now center ing. Is from the state of Washington. Though a native of Tennessee and graduate of a Virginia university, Poindexter chose the Pacific North west as his field for life work, opening t law practice In Walla Walla, Wash., in 1891. Later he wag judge of the axi-, perior court, and attracted much fa vorable attention by his judicial abili ty. In 1908 Poindexter was elected as a representative from the state of Washington to the Sixty-first Congress. He soon became known as an able, pro gressive Republican. In the senate, to which he was elevated in 1910, he was a staunch advocate of measures favor ing the control and restriction of big corporations, especially of the rail roads. He sought the conservation of all natural resources of the country, including water power, coal and oil lands. Before the war he stood strong ly for preparedness, and later he vig orously supported all measures of the administration for the protection of American rights. He advocated throw ing tlie whole power of the nation Into the successful prosecution of the war. Mr. Poindexter believes that Bolshot vlsm and all other movements destruc tive of representative government and national spirit should be strongly tak en in hand and that leaders in at tempts to overthrow our Institutions should be severely punished. He is opposed to any scheme for creating a hybrid government of the world where by Europe and Asia, in his opinion, would Inevitably dominate this country and control Its policies. Hiram Johnson, a native of Califor nia, was governor of the state before he was chosen senator. He Is extreme ly popular in that commonwealth and will be strongly backed In his fight for" the Presidential nomination. Johnson was successful, after a long struggle, In ridding California of the domination of the Southern Pacific For years the political machine of the railwav held the state within Its hand, and without the sanction and support of this great power candidates for state or judicial offices could not be elected. Johnson, first as counsel for Interests opposing the railroad corpo ration and later as governor, waged a bitter and unremitting warfare against railroad domination. His final victory was a potent factor in his election to the senate in 1916. Johnson Is a Re publican, but generally regarded as one of the radical type. He has, like Poindexter, strongly opposed the" League of Nations. Senator William E.TSorah of Idaho does not differ greatly In the degree of his achievements from the two other westerners. Born In" Wayne county, DI., Borah was educated In the com mon schools of that state and at Kan sas State University. He was admit ted to the bar in 1890 and devoted his time to legal practice until his election to the senate In 1907. Borah Is one of the most active figures In the United States senate. His efforts largely have been directed toward the proper de velopment of the great natural re sources of the country, especially of the West He is known as a progres sive Republican, fearless in fighting for what he believes to be right and, like the others Included In this presi dential group, has opposed from the start the League of Nations covenant From the Atlantic to the Pacific Coast Is a long Jump for national poli tics to take. However, all precedents, both in business and politics, seem to be vanishing in these days of remark able readjustments, and the old theory that a Presidential candidate must necessarily come from east of the Mis sissippi Is no longer tenable, Platinum Wonderful Metal. The American Museum of Natural History has issued .a bulletin giving' many interesting facts relating to plutinum, one of the most striking of which -relates to its ductility. The marvelous ductility of platinum may be conceived when we consider that cut of a single troy ounce of the metal It would be possible to make an al most infinitely slender wire that would reach from Santiago, Chile, across the continent to Bio Janeiro, a distance of about 1,800 miles. To draw out plat inum Into so exceedingly fine a wire It is covered with a thin layer of gold. This wire Is drawn to the thinness of the former one, and the gold Is dis solved. A small section of this sec ond wire is then given a coating of gold, redrawn and the gold covering dissolved. After this process has been repented several times the wire finally Is still intact but virtually invislbte. England's "Mad Poet ' The name "Mad Poet" wns applied to Nathaniel Lee, an English dram atist who was born in Hatfield in 1003. He was the son of a Presbyte rian minister of Hertfordshire who conformed to the Reformation. ' He was educated at Westminster school and Trinity college, Cambridge. For a time he was on the stage, but later devoted himself to writlngtragedles, of which he produced about a dozen. His first successful play was the "Ri val Queens" (1681), known afterwards as "Alexander the Great" in which oc curs the famous line, "When Greek joined Greek then was the tug of war." He collaborated with Dryden in "The Duke of Guise," (1682). Lee became insane. In 1684, and was confined In . the asylum for five years,, hence he was styled "The Mad Poet" He aled In a fit of Intoxication at London In 1692. Swift-Moving Creatures. Leaping on skis Is doubtless the ( swiftest method of locomotion yet practiced by man. But even that Is slow when compared with the speed of some other creatures. It surpasses the hare and the deer, and far out distances the comparatively slow kan garoo. But there Is a jumping mouse in the African deserts which Is cred ibly said to make eighty leaps a sec ond, of 10 feet each. That means 800 feet a second, which Is more than four times the speed of the airplane and three times that of a swallow. Nor Is even this amazing creature the swiftest known, for the common flea has In his leaping a velocity of 850 feet a second, which approximates ten miles a minute. ,- Careless Man. Smith I am getting pretty forget ful. Jones How so? Smith I haven't dipped my pen Id the mucilage bottle this week. Who'd a Thought Itf Reform Is the work of reason slowlj awakening from the lethargy of Igno rance, gradually acquiring confldenci In her own strength, and ultimately trl umphlng over the dominion of preju dice and custom. '