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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. MAY 1.1, 1021.
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"Range management ex periments to determine maximum car-, rying capacities and beef production have been undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural College in co-operation with the United States Forest Service," said Lynn H. Douglas, grazing Inspec tor of the local forestry office. The experiments which will cover a pjeriod of five or six years and deter mine the best methods of handling foothill range, will be conducted on the Agricultural College's 600-acre pasture by E. J. Maynard, who is in charge of animal investigations for the college. - "There are thousands of acres of pasture land owned by stockmen in Colorado, which are similar to those on which the experiments are being con ducted, and the results of the work will be valuable to the ranchmen," said Mr. Maynard, who went to Seda lia, Colorado, to select steers for the management tests. The steers will be weighed period ically after being turned into .the pas ture which is merely fenced, native range and the condition of the forage will be inspected. When grazing should begin in the spring and the length of time it should last will be im portant points determined in connec tion with the experiments. After the investigations are com pleted, the Agricultural College will compile and publish a bulletin which will give the results of the work. Big Program for Music Week. The program for Denver Music Week is assuming huge proportions. During the week of May 15, over 200 recitals by music teachers and pupils of the city will be given, in addition to which Denver school children will take part in at least twenty-five operuttas. Seventy-five churches of the city will have special sermons or additional choir and Sunday school features. Fifty events, including the opera "Martha," will take place in the city Auditorium alone during the week. For the convenience of those out of town folk, living up to and beyond a radius of twenty-five miles of Denver will be allowed to make reservations by mail. More events will be held out of doors nt the Civic Center. All stores, factor ies, clubs, organizations of all kinds, will observe the week with specially arranged programs. And the outstanding feature of the whole week Is that no admission to any event will be charged the public. Wool Growers to Sell Own Sheep. Salt Lake City. Western wool growers have made arrangements for the opening of commission houses to sell sheep at the eastern markets as a measure for reducing their costs to a basis in keeping wtth reduced mar ket prices of wool and lambs, accord ing to announcement made by F. R. Marshall, secretary of the National Wool Growers' Association. Danger of Forest Fires Lessened. Denver. Danger of fire in the na tional forests has been greatly lessened for 1921 by the big snow fall, accord ing to a statement recently issued by Allen S. Peck, district forester. "Up to the time of the big snow, which result ed in the deposit of an average of two feet in most of the Colorado forests, forestry officials were considerably disturbed over the situation," he said. "It had been an abnormally dry winter up to that time. The fire season was expected to come early. Denver Treasury Shows Deficit. Denver. A deficit of nearly $200,000 In the city treasury at the end of 1921 will occur if fifteen departments of the municipal government do not cut down expenses and keep within their appropriations, according to a re port submitted to Mayor Bailey by City Auditor Staekhouse. Chief among those departments, which have grossly exceeded their appropriations for the first three months of the year, are the departments of police and the county JaU. Rears 25 on Laborer's Wage Progeny of St. Louis Man Range in Ages From 40 Down to Seven Years. TELLS HOW HE MANAGED IT Hard Work and Industry the Secret Never a Brighter, Merrier, Rosier, Healthier Lot of Children Graced a Board. St. Louis. Parents, you who find the rearing of even an average family a problem these days, behold Frederick Walkenhorst, who Is the father of twenty-five children, and tells how he has managed to bring them up on a laborer's daily wage. The house In which he lives is one index to his methods. It is a cottage of perhaps five rooms. Back of the house is a barn and in the barnyard a cow and & flock of chickens. There is a best room furnished neatly but scantily, the superfluities consisting mostly of homemade handi craft, shelf covers and their tidies of white linen crochet. The visitor Is permitted to tarry here for a moment, but almost immediately is invited into the kitchen beyond, where three daughters busily scrubbing floors or preparing the midday meal cannot spare time to sit idle as they talk. Indeed, one is told that father will be in presently for his "dinner, but he won't have time to talk, either, for several Jobs of plowing are waiting for him in the afternoon. Daughter Runs House. Hilda, the oldest daughter at home, apparently has been in authority since the death of the second Mrs. Walken horst, five years -ago. The first wife, the mother of 14 children, died when her last child was five days old. The second wife, a widow with one child, whom the stepfather also reared, be came the mother of 11 Walkeuhorsts. There are now 12 children at home, besides a small son of Hilda's. There are not enough chairs any where visible to seat all the family at table at once. But chairs are to be classified as luxuries that may be dispensed with, one observes later when six bright, rosy cheeked, blonde youngsters come trooping in from school and take places, standing, all attention, with spoons poised, ready to begin on the soup almost before Hil da has measured it into their plates. The ages of the Walkenhorst progeny range from forty down to seven years. Besides the 12 children now at home, five have died at vari ous ages and the others, being older, have married and gone to homes of their own. There are eight grandchil dren. Three of those who reside un der the parental roof are. working in factories In the town. "How have I managed to take erre of 25 children?" Frederick Walken horst echoed after my question, after he had fed his horses out in the barn and stood rolling up his sleeves at the kitchen sink. "By working hard every day." The hands he spread to view were testimony more eloquent even than the vigorous, clear ring of his voice, and his knitted coat, wet with perspiration, was further evidence of his hearty industry. No Signs of Worry. He Is a tall, spare man, remarkably erect for his sixty years, fair and rud dy, and the lines on his face are not those of worry but xi good humor. If his children take after him, dentist bills need not be one of the family problems. His teeth are strong and white. His eyes, he says, are fall ing. One doctor assures him noth'ng can be done for them, so he thinks any further expenditure on them is useless. Never a brighter, merrier, rosier. healthier looking lot of children ever gathered about a millionaire's hoard than those 12. Their heavy shoes made a lot of noise on the bare "Hurrah!" Yells Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt and his wife at the launching of the Superdreadnauglit Colorado, which will carry eight 16-inch guns and a crew of 1,700 men. UNEARTH ANCIENT TEMPLE Structure Uncovered by Archaeologists at Rerras, The.ssaly, Bears Date of 400 B. C. Athens. Greed archaeologists have dneartlied an imposing temple at Rerras, Thessaly. The structure Is In an excellent state of preservation, and Is stated to be as large as the temple of Jupiter, t. Olympia. . .Iie broDt inscriptions establish floors, but otherwise in an orderly line about the table, speechless in the pres ence of the strange visitor, their si lent but radiant smiles reflected their father's pride in them. Somewhere recently the writer came upon statistics to the effect thai at the age of sixty-five no less than 54 per cent of parents in this country are dependent upon their children for charity. Walkenhorst's next remark revealed another remarkable contrast in his attitude toward, parenthood. He had spoken of his dimming eyes. "I figure at the rate they are going my eyes are good for about five years more," he said. "I expect to work every day until I am blind. By that time Helen, the baby, will be old enough to do something for herself. Then I shall be through." Sight Returns on Deathbed. Omaha, Neb. John Fisher, ninety one years old, Nebraska pioneer, blind for 11 years, regained his sight for 24 hours prior to his death the other day and was able to distinguish his sons and daughters. More Light on Bolshevist Rule Russian Farmers Resent Food Requisitions and Often Kill Those Seeking It. BITTER AGAINST AMERICA Russian Government Does Not Take Kindly to Visitors and Traveling Has Been Made Difficult Ameri cans Popular in Siberia. New York. A better economic- sys tem must be evolved by the soviet gov ernment or it must surely give way in a very short time, according to Harold V. Fay of Auburn, N. I., who has just returned from a year's ab sence in China, Russia and other points In the Far East. At the begin ning of the war Mr. Fay was in China, and when the American forces went to Siberia he resigned his position in the University of Nanking and joined, remaining with them until they re- r Kills Mountain Goat, Finds Ore Under Body Stewart, B. C. A mountain goat recently was responsible for the discovery of what is be lieved to be one of the valuable mines of British Columbia. Years ago float ore was found in the mountain range south of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway ten miles from Stewart. It was so rich that Its discovery cre ated a sensation and prospect ors flocked to the region and spent months In fruitless efforts to locate the vein. Recently a man hunting mountain goats high above the timber line had trailed n ani mal for miles when It srddenly came out on a glacier and stood in full view against the sky on a pinnacle of ice. His rifle cracked and the goat fell dead down a steep precipice and rolled several hundred feet. Its body fetched up near the foot of the glacier and when the hunter reached it he found It had dislodged a massive rock beneath which the long searched-for vein lay exposed. i Colonel Roosevelt the date of 400 years B. C. Numerous tablets have also been found bearing indications of lows and resolutions of ancient civilization. This is the second temple which has been discovered within a month, the first having been found near the city of Volo. The excavations ar continu ing. Boys No Longer Boys. Morgantown, W. Va. Dr. A. Si. Reese of the department of zoology of West Virginia says the American boy OSCAR IS THRIFTY Be thrifty and save the little things and they will grow into big things This is a favorite maxim of Osca: Fisher, an Ohio city mail carrier. Start Ing less than a year ago. Mr. Fisliei began saving the pieces of twine with which small bundles of letters are bound. The ball grew until at the time this photograph was made it was two feet in diameter and weighed a little over 64 pounds. Mr. Fisher esti mates that the small pieces, which arc tied together, would stretch over thra miles. it- turned home, when he went to Russin as a correspondent. "The soviets are pretty solid polit ically, but economically extremely un sound," said Mr. Fay. "They may have to give way to a firmer form of government, and one wherein property rights must have some say. The people in the cities are the most unfortunate, for they are so underfed. The govern ment sends out expeditions to requisi tion food from the farms, but the peasants do not take kindly to the appropriation of their products, and are heartily opposed to the soviets, although they will be slow to tak any action. Real Property Taken. " "Sometimes the peasants ambush these expeditions and kill them, but these cases have not been very numer ous. AH real property has been taken from those who owned the land. It is not likely that they will ever be able to recover any of it, but all this propa ganda by those who have come out of Russia and have lost their estates will be of little avail. In my belief, for it Is extremely unlikely that Russia will re turn to the old form of government. "There are very few Americans In Russia now. The government does not take kindly to visitors, and traveling has been made very difficult. They do not like to have travelers come through from Siberia, and no one is allowed to enter from the southern countries of Asia. Another newspaper man and my self were the only two Americans com ing through from Siberia, and when we arrived in Moscow the authorities did not seem to like It. but finally they sent us through to Finland, and in this way we came out of the country. "In Siberia Americans are very popu lar, as America has done a great deal for Siberia in sending clothing and other aid to the people, and also be cause the United States government did not recognize Kolchak. But the Russian people in the more western areas are very bitter toward us. as they feel that we offer greater re sistance than any other country, and they say that we are the last strong hold of capitalism. Their ideas are that communism Is bound to prevail all over the world, and that they wil" win out. 4ssue Ration Cards. "Rations are served to every one In Russia, but there is really great order there. A traveler gets one pound of black bread a day and one-half pound of sausage and some salt, cugar aad tea, but the residents oniy get one pound of black bread and no sausage. They give you ration cards for which you can draw from the government stores, but only one meal a day. You must buy the rest from whatever sources you may be able to find. There are government restaurants and there are also some public markets in Mos cow, but the government means to eventually control all food products and dispense with the public markets; they would do that now. but they find it difficult to prevent those that are open. J "There is no gasoline to run the i trucks and automobiles, but tlicy usf as a substitute a spirit made from potatoes. This is also drunk quite gen erally as a stimulant. It is poorly made alcohol and not so good as tin vodka that they used to have in former times, but it is consumed in great quantities. Prohibition prevails, though, all over Russia and it seems to be a good thing. "The American dollar Is now wortt from 2,0O to 3,000 rubles, but the money has to he exchanged secretly. While I was In Moscow I heard that Emma Goldman and Berkman had beu sent out to one of the Russian prov inces to collect data on some pretext or another, as they were very unwel come to the Bolsheviki. The govern ment was greatly annoyed that the United States should send anarchists to Russia, as they do not recognize them there. The soviet form is nol anarchistic." of today is "different." In spite of th fact that it was liberally ndvertised that the department would pay 'Zl cents for each rat brought in, only our boy was on the job. Woke Up in the Same Old WorL Maysville, Ky. William Glnscocl hanged himself from a rafter in Ed gar Noe's bain. He was surprised when he awoke and found himself ir. bed at home. The rpe broke, and in stead of being killed he was merelj rendered unconscious Why Castoria? YARS ago Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups were the remedies in common use for Infants and Children; Castor Oil so nauseating as to be almost impossible and the others all containing Opium in one form or another, but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste, yet really to stupify the child and give the appearance of relief from pain. It required years of research to find á purely vegetable combination that would take the place of these disagreeable, unpleasant and vicious remedies that from habit had become almost universal. This was the inception of, and the reason for, the introduction of Fletcher's Castoria, and for over 30 years it has proven its worth, received the praise of Physicians everywhere and become a household word among mothers. A remedy ESPECIALLY prepared for Infants and Children and no mother would think of giving to her baby a remedy that she would use for herself, without consulting a physician. jipi MlJ LCOHOL-a PER CENT, g AV.óptah1e?retiaratioo6rás .m;icf .nóthpFood try Regula- 9U1UIUVU3V - m tinJifie5tomacisan(l Bowels DEE 0 a A Tlicrctjy-ftoffloüngmgesuuu accrfutaessanaitcsL'-' neither 0pitun,Morpblne nor lincral. KoT kahcotw Senna, 9-J- IS i- ntitn ann ijioi i I loss of SMEP Ibc-Siraüe Snstw e; a'S Prayers in Stock. Aunty was putting Amy to bed, and she was just about to fall asleep. "Don't forget to say your prayers, first," gently reminded aunty. "It's all right, aunty," drowsily re plied Amy. "I often skip a night and say two prayers next time instead when I aren't so awful sleepy." ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Warning!- Unless you see the Dame Bayer" on package or on tablet you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As pirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicycacld. Adv. Steady Stream. A Brazilian living in New York has invented a machine to cast piston rings at a rate of 18,000 to 20.000 a day by whirling molten metal into shape by centrifugal force. If You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have you ever stopped to reason why it is that so many products that are ex tensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten? The reason is plain the article did not fulfill the promises of the manufacturer. This applies more particularly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value 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 Swamp-Root, a preparation I have sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent re sults, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy has so large a sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success 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 & Co., Binphamton. N. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention this paper. Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Adv. But Seldom Are. Cobb "Docs he consider himself a Mg gun?" Webb "Yes. Men of small fuliber usually do." 1 The Cevtaük goeípa . 1 E j I aV t F V -4. fill n. i M m M M A. r -1 ! ii i i r. ill ivii -m .v- aT i i mr .aw Exact Copy of Wrapper. r rir' lÉ.lirrr.Miir - m mni..i.-iiini.,,.. ir I. iJJJ. L-iiii.)..l!,..!i!.llllLilii.UiulMMlllll J u p Children mm A Have You Everybody has read the above headline; how many believe it? Have you a little-one in the home, and has that dear little mite when its stomach was not just right felt the comforts that come with the use of Fletcher's Castoria? You have heard the cry of pain. Have you heard them cry for Fletcher's Castoria? Try it. Just help baby out of its trouble tomorrow with a taste of Cas toria. Watch the difference in the tone of the cry, the look in the eye, the wiggle in the tiny fingers. The transformation is complete from pain to pleasure. Try it. YouTl find a wonderful lot of information about Baby in the booklet that is wrapped around every bottle of Fletcher's Castoria. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the What to CARTER'S 4 ITTLE IVER PILLS His Interpretation. "The presiding elder says something has got to be done about the acoustics in the church," remarked an acquaint ance. "Aw, I d'know !" returned Gap John son of Rumpus Ridge, Ark. "If folks are just nacher'ly bound and deter mined not to believe what's preached to 'em I'm willing to let 'em go to- yaw-w-wn ! hell In peace." Kan sas City Star. Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says since he looked into o jewelry store window and saw pipes for lady smokers he's . about ready to join the anti-tobacco crusade. Cpy Fop D Tried It? Signature of Take for Take a good dose of Carter's Little liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. A few doses restore your organs to their proper functions and the Headache and the causes of it pass away. In the same manner' They regúlale the Boufelt and prevent Comtrpatiom. ' S S$?$rC S Jl Ms: S I IW-. WI r Find an Ancient Temple. Greek archaeologists have un earthed an Imposing temple at Iter-, ras, Thessaly. The structure is iu au excellent state of preservation im! is. stated to be as large as the templo of Jupiter at Olympia. The bronze inscriptions establish tl date at 400 B. C. Numerous tablet also have been found bearing indi--tlons of laws of ancient civilization. This is the second temple which Uam been discovered within a uiyntb, the. lirst having been found near the city; of Volv. T'ie work Is continuing. I Some women work for their hus bands, while some others work them.- t I Baiting i Powder f T VgKI