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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK. ARIZONA, APRIL 15, 1021.
implement & Machinery Sale Closing: out surplus stock at 30 less than wholesale while they last, for cash or notes approved by your local banker; Tractors. Motor Culti vators, Trucks, Grain Thrashers, Kean Thrashers. Fanning- Mills, Gas Engines. Cream Separators. Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Drills, Bean Harvesters, Ford Lug: eraioe Carrier-". Grain and Bean Test ing: Scales, Etc Write for Prices asid Partir nisi rs. The Western Faro Machinery Company 1817 15th St, Dranr. SUV AT WHOLESALE. Anj uimua gets 26 per cent am for fail goads when yo r Dot familiar with prices. Send for our weekly price llrt, A83, of groceria end supplies. Steckgrwran Whslstal. Hi C. 1323 91 SL. r. t. (n 1442. Dmmc HOME OF THE COLE ALWAYS THE BEST IN USE CARS. Write L tor Complete Information. BIT Hail. 1225 BROADWAY cro SHELL EYE GLASSES CBMPLETE WITH LARGE SPHERICAL fl n c LENSES PO.0 TOIIIC OPTICAI, CO.. 1515 Stoat St. IsKrtT A HOSKOHU, DiMtrtblltor EBIE CORPS" See our exhibit Auto Show, April 4 to 9. 1921 H-rte-r Tlv "letter Service PAINTS AND WALL PAPER House Paint, tallón. S2.90; Black Hoof Paint, gal lon. 98c; Wall Paper Cleaner, can. lOe; Wall Paper, double roll. 30c. SEND J OB SAMPLES. Arrow filitt 4 Wall Piper C.. ink 4 Calif.. Daneer GltUSO DRY. CLEAMNC Garments dyed any color. Out-of-town work griven prompt attention. Twenty-three years' satisfactory service. Gruid Auildinsr, Seventeenth and Lsu . SHOES REPAIRED wnert In G. 8. at Denrer prices. Unsatisfaetorj work returned our expense. EASTERN SHOE REPAIR FAC TORY. YELLOW FRONT. 1553 CHAMPA STREET. IfOnAVQ ND K0DK FINISHING. Tin Xa.VJ.LV.fl.rVO Dalmr fKoti Materials Comaaay. KASTS3ATV KODAK COMPANY. 626 Sixteenth- Street, Denver. Colorado. BUY COFFEE FROM THE ROASTER Get Wholessle Price. Write for Sample. THE SPRAY COFFEE AND SPICE CO. Twenty -Arst ani Mir kit Streets, Deasar SANITARY CLEANING & DYEING Mail Orders Giren Prompt Attention. 10 East Calfax. BALDHEAUS Prof. Charles will fit you with the most natural Toupee. Charles Hair & Beauty Shop. 410 16th St..Denver HAIR GOODS KMÍSf en solicited. Castelle'l Hair Stares, 626 15Ü1 St.. Deneer. FLOWBI1Ü r'Oli AL.I. OCCASIONS. Park Floral Co.. 1643 Broadway. BEAUTY PAHI.OHS. Hair Goods by mail. Millicent Hart Co., 721 15th St. llOHM-AI.I.R-V JK WEI. It Y CO. Dia monds, watches, silverware. Out town orders careful attention Est. 1873. AUTO TOPS. Side and back curtains. Mail orders. C. P. Bliss. 1361 Court PI. NEW EXAMINATION. - Paris. Doctors examining the -new conscription class ol 1921, Which is to be called to the colors this month, have a new question to put to each youth as he stands before "the 'examiners clad in his "alltogether." It is: -"Are jou amedioligne or bre viligne?" Constripts who thought the doctors were calling them names -were gently told that the terms are the result of a new discovery -by Dr. 'Thoris that by examining the bones of a man by x-rays it is possible to tell With prac tical certainty whether 'he Is capable of -sustaining long marches and hard la bor, or Whether 'he Is 'better at brain work and ought to 'be -put in the cav alry or the QHC. Incidentally, it -was 'discovered Apol lo wasn't by any means an ideal phy sical type. .Be would never have got 'by the medical !oard, because he was too evenly proportioned. The best male structure, says Thofis, is that of the medioligne, Who has Short legs but a long and powerful trunk. As an ex ample 'he cited Georges Oarpentier. "Mr. Gotton Wins." Lexington, Ta. Mr. Gotton of Mem--phis is bantamweight wrestling cham ipion of Washington and Lee Univer sity, but whether his first name is Henry or Nicholas nobody but the Memphis twins know. They are alike as peas and after winning their way through tryouts to the annual chompionship fought it cut clad in sim ple gymnasium suits. Somebody won, but it looked like' a man wrestling with himself, and the referee would not take a chanee on Identification. He merely announced that the champion ship , had been "won by Mr. Gotton" and the audience roared approval. Bandit Not Posted. Chicago. A girl novice in the school of banditry failed In an attempt to put her lessons in practice on Harry Baumstein. Accompanied by a man, he met Baumstein. Tut up your hands," she said, pointing a small pis tol at him. Baumstein put them up. "Now what do I do?" she asked her companion. Baumstein did it for her. He ran. Bomb Suspects Discharged. New Orleans, La. The five seamen brought here from Rio de Janeiro re cently, charged with mutiny on the 6hippiDg board vessel City of Alton, and suspected of possible connection with the Wall Street bomb explosion, were discharged from custody by United States Commissioner Browne. The men were examined by Depart ment of Justice officials, but no evi dence was found which would warrant their being held, it was said. Hard to Float Bonds. New York. Tightness of the money market was emphasized when" City Comptroller Craig on opening bids on $47,000,000 in corporate stock notes and city revenue bills found that banks had offered only $26,400,000 of the' amount. Interest rates demanded were higher than the city has ever been forced to pay, .in some cases run ning over 0 per cent. Before the war tb city borrowed all the money it needed at 2 to 2 per cent FINE CROPS SURE Farmers in Western Canada Jubilant at Prospect. splendid Winter Weather Has Put the Naturally Fertile Land in Splen did Condition, and Bountiful Yield Are Assured. "What a delightful winter we have had," is an expression that could be heard almost anywhere when the topic of the weather became the sub ject of conversation. Not only In the Middle West and "down east" could it be heard, but also in the Far West, up in the Canadian West. There the same remarkable features that brought forth a wonderful winter ex isted. Reports from all parts of the country, from famed Medicine Hat In Alberta to Winnipeg in Manitoba. In-' dicate that all through the winter season very little cold weather was experienced. In December, we read that golf playing had put into the dis card all ice sports, that farmers were caught "red-handed" plowing tbeir fields. In January, the Alberta yeo mnn got out his tractor aud in his shirt sleeves was seen preparing ground for the 3921 crop. During February, in Saskatchewan, one farmer harrowed fifty acres and planted the ,seed. "Why, yes, tf course, m March," said an Iowa farmer, who liad jnst heard from his son, who was looking after the 'Vest em Canadian farm, "my boy writes me they had some snow, and a few cold dips, Dnt what did that matter? The cattle and the horses came through fne winter in better condition than they looked three or four months ago. Grass was plentiful on the prai ries, the stubble was rich and valu able as food, and the straw stacks and groves proved ample for shelter." Spring is now fully upon the West ern Canada farmer, his machinery is all in shape for a spring's work, and he Is looking forward to an excellent crop year. Last fall there was a splendid lot of moisture that perme ated the ground sufficiently to leave a perfect seed bed. Indications are now that the crop will go in in the condition required for successful ger mination. Then, with the lengthened days of May and June, the many hours of sunshine that they bring, ac companied by showers of rain, and with ft soil of which there Is none richer nor more generous, there will be seen preparing for a ripening har vest the hundreds of thousands of acres of wheat, oats, barley, rye, al falfa and corn that will make the hearts of the Western Canada farmers swell with pride as they reasonably look forward to an abundant harvest. There is a great deal that can be said In favor of the climate of West ern Canada. The most important is that those who live there, and have lived in other countries, prefer It to any they have experienced elsewhere. It Is true the winters as a rule are colder than are those In countries lying much farther south, but it Is also true that they are tempered by a dryness of the atmosphere that makes a lower temperature preferable to that several degrees higher where greater humidity prevails. Enerva tion and Hstlessness are unknown; the air is bracing, but the cold is not penetrating. Then the summers and the autumns they could not 'be more enjoyable. Advertisement. .A Sharp Speaker. - Mrs. Sheridan, the beautiful young Anglo-American sculptor who recently went to Russia and made busts of Lenin, Trotzky and the other Bolshe vik leaders, succeeded particularly well with her bust of Trotzky. Mrs. -Sheridan, who was Miss More- ton-Fréwen before her marriage, said at a dinner party: Trotzky, you know, is famous for his sharp speeches. When I exhibited his bust ;ln Petrograd, a lady said to Lenin: " 'What a likeness ! You can see the quiver on his lips. "'Yes; said Lenin, 'and the arrows coming 'Out of it.' " Dorrt Forget Cuticura Talcum When adding to your toilet requisites. An exquisitely -scented face, skin, baby and dusting powder and perfume, ren dering other perfuies superfluous. You may rely on it because one of the' Cuticura Trio (Soap, Ointment and Talcum). 25c each everywhere. Adv. His Theory. Wilbur, age seven, rushed Into his home after school and his first re quest was for bread and jam. His grandmother, after complying with the request, jokingly told the boy that he would "never grow up" if he continued to eat so much bread and jam, whereupon Wilbur answered: "Grandma, I believe that's why you're so old. You don't eat any bread and jam." Catarrh Can Be Cured Catarrh is a local disease greatly influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general health and assists nature In doing Its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. E J. Cheney Ic. Co., Toledo, Ohio. Married Life. "I gave my husband no cause for fault finding." "That's a mistake. A little fault finding keeps 'em occupied." Louis ville Courler-JournaL Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle ot CASTORIA, that famous old remedy tor infants and children, and see that it SIgnaturethof' In Use for Over SO Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castora Population of Tarsus 8,000. The population of Tarsus, celebrated as the birthplace of SL Paul, has dropped within the last five years from 20,000 to 8,000. Trace Use B of Habits of Our Feathered Friends Discovered -by American Banding Society. 20,000 ALREADY ARE MARKED Incredible Wing Mileage Is Revealed in Some f the Reports New Facts About Domestic Relations of Jenny Wren and Husband. New York. The habits of birds, the ige they attain, the dispersal or dis tribution of their young, their mating customs, the strength of the homing Instinct, the consistency with which migrant birds return to given areas in their winter range, routes followed by individual birds, aud even polygamy these and countless other problems the American Bird Banding associa tion seeks to solve by methods that leave no oppotunity for questioning the accuracy of the date. The several hundred members of the Association have for 12 years been conducting their research on a large scale in the western hemisphere, and European societies whose aims are identical with those of the American workers have been operating since 1898. These bodies of investigators pursue their experiments by the use of rings, bands of tags, each bearing an inscription or ' return address and a serial number. The bunds are usu ally made of aluminum and are man ufactured In about a dozen different izes to fit the legs of all birds, from the smallest warbler to the clumsy pelican and the mighty eagle. Fifty-eight thousand of these bands have, so far been made for the Amer ican Bird Banding association, and approximately 20,000 have been placed by members on the legs of native wild birds. Each ring is stamped with the words, "Notify Am. Museum, N. Y" and following this, or on reverse side of the band, is serial number. At the time the band is placed on the bird the bander records on a stan dard file card all information relating to'the operation. These data Include the number of the band, the name of the bird. Its age (whether nestling, fledgling or adult). locality, date, name of bander and remarks. The bird, having been thoroughly "catalogued," Is sent on its way. Long Migrations Recorded. Workers for the association have carried bands Into the remotest re gions. As members of scientific and exploring parties they have placed the tags on birds In Aláska, Greenland, Labrador, and even in the antarctic a thousand miles from Cape Horn. A .young robin, banded In its nest on the lonely shores of Great Slave lake, in the Northwest territory of Canada, has been reported from Louisiana, more than 2,000 miles away; a Mas sachusetts tarn, r sea swallow, has been recovered a similar distance from its birthplace, in the waters off the Venezuelan coast, and a chimney swift, a 'bird less than six Inches long, has been recorded at its New Hamp shire summer home after three sea sonal journeys to South America, in volving almost incredible wing mile age, the minimum distance covered 'having been 18,000 miles. Aside frem the birds which are sys tematically trapped, wild birds, either dead or aDve, fall into human hands in a variety of ways. The longest period record thus far turned in is been produced by a com mon crow, "which was banded in the nest at Berwyn, Pa.', May 17. 1914, and shot while stealing chickens on the sixth anniversary of the date of band ing, May 17, 1920, at Phoenixville, Pa., only eight miles from the site of its Actress Collects Inez "Plummer, New York actress, stood there collecting old shoes from FREAK SUGAR NOT VALUABLE Can Be Made From Corncobs and Straw, but Poor Food, Says University Expert. Lafayette,. Ind. Making sugar from corncobs, straw, sawdust and other materials which have been suggested by chemists at various times recently Is nnite Dossible. but there is a ques tion as to whether such sugar has any real food value, according to Presi dent W. E. Stone of Purdue university. ?V 2 I ' ft I Vthm!:t-i Pyl!ft" ni mi" ' ""' s irds by Anklets birth. The Inscription on the alumi num band worn by this bird is as legible today as it was when received from the maker, notwithstanding the six years of rough treatment under all weather conditions. One of the most astounding details of bird life brought out by banding has to do with the domestic relations of Jenny Wren and her songful husband. Wren Is Fickle. Wrens habitually raise two large families in rapid sequence each sea son, and in these circumstances it would naturally be thought the head of the establishment would give his uninterrupted attention to his house hold. Not so, however, with an Ohio bouse wren, who,' the moment his first hatch of offspring was on the wing, ruthlessly abandoned his little brown wife and, moving off less than a hun dred yards, reared ih's second family with a newly found mate. This ahom-1 inable fickleness might never have been suspected had it not been for Here's Another Peril in "Hitting Bottle" Winchester, Va. The art of drinking from a bottle: is being lost in this vicinity. E. Clar ence Smith of Berkeley county entertained a party of men friends -at an old-time "pitch" party, at which bottled pop was served. One of Smith's guests had not gurgled anything for so many years that when he went about it In the old-time way the suction fastened the mouth of the bottle tightly to his lips and it could not be removed. Finally one of the guests pro-i cured a feather and tickled his friend under the nose, provok ing a laugh, which broke the con- . nection. Insane May Be Cured by Music Pianist Boguslawski Evokes First Response From Many Stu porous Patients. DOCTORS WATCH EXPERIMENT After Two Years Research Musician Claims Remarkable Results From Music In Arousing Patients . From Mental Stupor. Chicago, March 13. The Italian woman sat huddled in the corner, her thin shoulders shaking. The color came to her bleached skin. She worked her fingers over her face, over the walls; she tore frantically at her fingers with her teeth. The intermez zo of "Cavaileria Rusticana" ended. The woman kneeling in the corner, Adeline sagged down. A nurse leaned over her and remarked: "She says : 'Oh, my baby ! Baby needs a mother. When am I going home? Say, you know, that's the first time she's spoken ; since they brought her here. She refused to nurse her baby." Moissaye Boguslawski, Russian pian ist, who Is now living in Chicago,- fin gered through the "Miserere" from "11 Trovatore." Shudders crept over the Italian woman In the corner and she wept. The tears sped down her Shoes for Poor WK0T HELP THE TWK? i : - w placed a barrel outside the theater and passers - by for the poor of the city. President Stone before becoming head of the university was a chemist and was an authority on sugars. "I prepared sugar from corncobs, from straw and from sawdust in 1898," said President Stone. "These have an entirely different constitution and be havior from the ordinary sugars ot commerce. These sugars are not sub ject to fermentation and the substance from which they are derived, found in corncobs and straw, did not appear to be digestible when fed to animals, as some experiments of mine seem to the nttniiitrefl rings used uu oil of the characters involved. Another house wren with a history is the "little old woman who lived in a shoe." She and her husband and their 13 children (reared in two in stallments) were all banded. No word has ever been heard from the children since they left home, but a year later a wren was seen at the old "shoe bun galow" with a bracelet on his leg. but no mate was near. The observer is left wondering if perhaps there Is not a wren Heno somewhere in the South. Of the total of 20,000 birds banded approximately 400, or 2 per cent, have so far been heard from, and additional recoveries are being received from time to time. t PHYSICAL PERFECTION r, 1 ' In John J. Walking of Dorchester, Mass., the civil service examiners be Heve they have found a perfect man, physically. This former heavyweight boxing champion of the U. S. S. Mt. Vernon romped from machine to ma chine, making a strength test record of 100 per cent- Old Almanac. Burlington, Kan. W. W. Richards of Lebo believes he is the possessor of the oldest almanac In Kansas. His almanac was printed In 1701, thus be ing 220 years old. It was printed In Welsh by Thomas Jones.. face. She weaved her heaa from side to side. - . "Yes, yes," she moaned, "I have a heart everybody is happy baby father oh, don't forget me:" And she vibrated to the rush of the music, while her mouth twisted into a gro tesque smile. Tries Music as Aid to Insane. It was at the state hospital for the Insane in Dunning. Surrounded by the "stuporous," or depressed types of insane patients, Mr. Boguslawski sat at a piano running through the emo tional gamut of music. A small audi ence of alienists watched the experi ment. ... Can insanity be ; cured through music? After two years' of research, Mr. Boguslawski claimed remarkable results from music on such cases. He has been performing experiments at the Dunning institutiorf, It Is said, for the last month. He . has been hold ing weekly "musical clinics." Psychiatrists and health department officials, as well as Chicago physi cians, are watching the experiments at Dunning. At each "music therapeut ics" test, as Mr. Boguslawski hin nnmed his psychiatric process. Dr. D. B. Rotulan of the hospital staff hns collected data for presentation to the American medical profession for dis cussion. "These experiments are the first of their kind ever conducted in the Uni ted States." said Dr. Rotman. "They are highly interesting. There is a universal potency to music; it ap peals to the subtler elements of the mind. Patients long considered dull are aroused by tills music to the ex pression of emotional dl;-play. The effect on that Italian woman, for in stance, was overwhelming.- Now we have found a response, she- may be curable." A Revelation, Says Official. "This is a revelation to me,'' ex claimed Dr. E. A. Foley, assis-tant superintendent of tiie institution, watching the pianist endeavor to arouse the patients from th-ñr mental torpor with many varieties of mel ody. "I have studied this for two years; I know it will work," replied Mr. Boguslawski. "I don't claim to be able to cure insanity, but I can relieve much mental distress. Probably n third of the 100,000 insane in the Cni- j ted States can be greatly Improved by music therapeutics.'" One of the cases studied was Mary K., an Armenian refugee. She was made insane by war horrors. She saw her mother, father and brother slain before her eyes. The Chopin funeral march' today brought her to her knees in mumbled prayer. Tragic memories apparently were revived. She fell on the floor, sobbing "Nostalgia," explained BoguslaWski. "An intelligent approach. A relief through the caress of sympathetic music for pent-up desires, suppres sions, imagined fears. Music is the scalpel which help open the wound. After that it's a case for physicians, not musicians." show conclusively. So far as the phys iological value of these substances, or the sugars derived from them, Is con cerned, the results of the research in dicate that they have little value. Danish King to Visit Greenland. Copenhagen, Denmark. The king of Denmark, who Is also king of Iceland, will visit Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe islands In the coming summer with the queen. This ' will be the first time any Danish king has visited Greenland. ÍI5F- Sí What to HD for disordered Stomach CARTER'S IITTLE PILLS Oh How Glorious to Be Free From Rheumatism's Tortures ! Just suppose you could be free from your deepseated, agonizing rheumatic aches and pains, your stiff joints and unsightly swellings! Wouldn't you give anything to get rid of them?' You have doubtless rubbed on outside treat ments; most rheumatism sufferers have. Some of these take the edge off the terrible pains for a few hours, but they do not strike at the cause, which nearly always lies im'Mm' S.S WW. VáVrf' '"WÍf'-Vi VJiVB Fooa nara aouar witn tne great ae- éfrU '! '.'.-. tfJsf i'iÁVK " ' tnand for wheat at hiüh pnce. táay UhfShWÍÍÚvMS fsrmer in Western Canada have paid for their land f i'?í2ífe5yT2fó7vi; TOy" from a single crop. The same success may still be ÍMjrÍt:W" 'Y"" yours, for you can buy on easy terms. mm- Farm Land at $15 fo $30 an fiera' 'A.íifVW-Z'-r located near thnvinn towns, n-ood markrta. raiiwavm land of m &V& which stows vAV' '; 'r-f'vK grazing lands üv ilhc vou id icau iaiei itiivi stsssWM HIS REQUIREMENTS NOT HIGH Connecticut Man . Merely Sets Forth Qualities He Desires in His Housekeeper. A citizen of Bristol, who Is separat ed from his wife, advertised here as follows, according to a Winstead (Conn.)' dispatch to the New York Herald : "Wanted, a housekeeper; good home, small amount of work ; prefer one who can sew on a button or two once a month; do not bar politics; she may be a suffragette, as X bold no political Job; prefer one who has had not over eighteen years' experience; she must have the Tuesday dinner dishes out of the sink before Thursday; bear In mind I do not bar any religion, but do not want one who is too religious; now, maids, do not apply for this job unless your age is under 90; decent wages and congenial surroundings. Apply at once." Too Much Intermission. Bobby, being a great lover of the movies and especially the slides dur ing Intermission, always Insists on re maining for two shows. I had scolded him, explaining that It took up too much time. We have our luncheon at 12:30, but Bobby Is called In half an hour before to' give him time to catch his breath and freshen up. after his jplay." He sat In the kitchen watching me put the finishing touches to the lunch. He looked disgusted. . I exclaimed : "Bobby, don't you feel well?" He replied: , "Oh, yes, but I think the intermissions are too big in this house." Chicago Tribune. In Days of Old. "Tour majesty has bad a blowout." "Where Is my tire woman?" de manded Queen Elizabeth. Prudes are females who are always looking for temptations to resist. WORKDAYS AND REST NIGHTS Can you do it now? If you cant, . there's something wrong. Many find coffee a disturbing element, so wisely leave it off and use PosttrmCereal "There's a Reason jbrPostum btade by Postum Cereal Co. Jnc, Battle Creek jhich . Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. You will j-etisli your meals without iear of troub'e to follow. Millions of all ages take them for BiUeasness. Dizziness, Sick Headache, Upset Stomach snd lor Sallow. Pimply, Blotchy Skin. They end (Ac misery CoruKpotto y Cctuídí bear J SsuH tJt: WD Ds,- Saaaü frit in the poisoned, impoverished blood. When this is so, you need an in ternal remedy, one that will tako out the impurities that are tortur ing you, ona like famous S.S.S.,. which has relieved thousands of cases of rheumatism all over the country just this way. Get S.S.S. from your druggist today, and after SI starting with it write us i I a history of your case, I addressing- Chief Medical mm. Advisor, 877 Swift Lab oratory, Atlanta, . Geor gia. Think what that mean, to yoa fas 2 Ó to 45 bushels off wNit to tHo scro. at low prices convenient to your grain farm etv me uroii im ironi hdgh raiaanK ana est asir w n sr . 2 fiLaSJ&V Learn the Facts fibsui Western Ccna How taxation (none on improvements), healthful climate, good schools, churches, pleasant social relationships, a prosperous and industrious people. For illastntsxi .iterator, napa, dttcrfptioa of farro opoortonitS la Manitoba. Smakatehewao and AiMrtJL radoeed raUroMi raUM, If., anta tMpaftgwDt of Immistraiioo, Ottawa, Canada, or W. V. BENNETT, Room 4, Bee Buüding, OMAHA, KEB. Canadian Government Agent. WORDS MADE NO DIFFERENCE Hearers Might Have Found It Hard to Understand, but Old Friends Were Satisfied. Two lieflong residents of an Indiana city meet dally at the noon hour, one going to lunch, and the other return ing to work. Their habits have be come so regular that they usually meet ot the same place on consecutive days. As nelthej hears well. tbeir"r!cf forms of greeting have become stereo typed, but the other day som-tlilng slipped and this is what was ver.-, heard r "Mornln. Mr. Jones nice weather we're having," said the one, oblivious of the fact that it was pouring rain. "No, Mrs. Smith ain't doin' so wel lately. Reckon the weather ain't the best in the world nowadays." waa the reply. "Goin to attend the revival nwet ings this week, Mr. Jones?" said the first. "Yes, you come and see us one of these days," was the parting answer. Brief Reform. "What sore of woman is Mrs. Gad der?" "The usual kind, I believe." "Yes." "After the . monthly bills come ln and she's had a heart-to-heart talk with Mr. Gadder she practices strict economy for twenty-four hours." Birmingham Age-IIernld. ' Watch Your Step. 1 A drunkard of .long standing liny betu reformed by an operation which removed a bone that pressed, against ' the brain. The Detroit News also re ports a number of cures effected by the removal of a brass rail that pressing against the foot.. Kansa City Star. . Antics of a stubborn automobile ar" enough to make a horse laugh. Postum is a pure cereal drink con taining nothing that can possibly disturb nerves or digestion bullfindTbstum has a delightful fla vor that fully satisfies, 9