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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., APRIL 21, 1922.
c and we are a healthy, happy family now" TINGLING with abundant energy, appetites hearty, nerves strong and steady and their faces radiant with the glow of Derfect health, the entire family of Louis Ginsrras, 9 Har rison Ave., Providence, R. I., are an eloquent tribute to the powers of Tanlac, the greatest family medicine the world has ever known. "I've put Tanlac to the test four times right in my own family and It hasn't failed me once," declared Mr. Glngras. "My wife, my son and my daughter, ad well as myself, have all been built up from a half-sick, run down, worn-out set of people Into a healthy, happy family brimful of new life and energy." And the experience of this family Is only typical of thousands of others whose statements are on file in the Tanlac offices. Hardly a day passes that does not bring scores of such mes sages of praise from every part of the United States and Canada from fami lies where mother, father, son and daughter have all found health, con tentment and the joys of living through simply taking a course of Tanlac. Take, for instance, the case of John Widner, 1371 Iloosevelt Ave, Los An geles, Calif, who says: '"My wife, my self and little boy are now as healthy, happy family as you will ever see and It's all due to Tanlac." Or that of Mrs. John Marquis and her family of sixteen living In Man chester, N. II, at 292 Belmont St, She says: "Tanlac has been the only medicine used in our house for two years and it has kept every one of the sixteen here in the best of health." In Chicago, Frank R. Richards, of 441 South Wood St. writes: "We will never be without Tanlac in our house after the remarkable way it has built up my wife, my son and myself to where we are the very picture of health." Representative of New York Is the case of Chas. E. Van Colt's family, re siding at 129 Fourth Ave, Albany, lie says: "Every member of our family is enthusiastic over Tanlac. It's certainly a medicine for all the family." From far-away Canada comes this message: "My little girl, my son and myself are all enjoying splendid health now and Tanlac brought it all about." Mrs. Bert Hewer, 103 East Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. "We call Tanlac The Family Medi cine' hero In our Virginia home, be cause it restored my mother and sister to perfect health, just the same as It has done me," is the enthusiastic statement of Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Danville, Va. And on through the list, men, women and children from every state in the Union and every province of Canada unhesitatingly come forward and tell in words ringing with sincerity of the wonderful benefits of health and hap piness that Tunlac has brought into their homes that were formerly dark ened by the gloom of sickness, suffer ing and despair. And should yours be one of those homes where any member of the fam ily is thin, run down and weakened from loss of appetite, caused by Indi gestion and stomach troubles, you have at your very door the means that will no doubt bring the sunshine of vigor ous health back into their lives and yours. Just as it has done in so many thousands of other cases. Do not de lay. Get a bottle of Tanlac from your druggist today. MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs; he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles since Io96; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sixes. Laok for tha mmmm Gold Medal oa arary box and accept bo imi taboo TH"E SOCTIIERX FARM COOXHOO'D Kt'EL8, beliner. Term. 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It is, of course. difficult to account for tastes ; but this rather suggests advice prompted by an enfeebled digestion. The cucumler has for centuries had a place in the world's dietary table. We have biblical authority for the statement that when the Israelites complained to Moses, they said : "We remember the fish which we did eat in Egypt ; the cucum ber and the melons." There may be imaginative minds who will see here a link with that popular English dish of today, salmon and cucumber. Chicago Journal. Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin When red, rough and itching, by hot baths of Cuticura Soap and touches of Cuticura Ointment. Also make use now and then of that exquisitely scented dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum, one of the Indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio. Advertisement Not a Debatable Point. The Woman was calling on her nest door neighbor, and while seated In the living room the front doorbell gave a sharp ring. As It happened to be the maid's day out, the small daughter of the house answered the ring. A penetrating voice reached u-: from the open- door: "Is your mother en gaged V" Mary Ellen's shrill treble was a mingling of astonishment and indig nation. "My mother engaged ! No, ma'am; she's been married for years." Don't kiss your sister before another girl. Kiss the other girl first sptrift WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Headache Colds Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Asplria Is tlM tad nark of Barer lfannfaetoi of Moooacctleacideatar of SallcjUcidA i isaasi Ml rfssiBssfn ilii in sail iisim s in mn i STDRIESpfpi, . K V ? , K " Oberammergau Passion Play in America i (of the people, as It Is In Oberammer ! gau. I believe the professional actors ! as well as the people of such a vil- l:ige should produce It. Of course America has not the traditions of the people of Oberammergau, who give the play in fullillment of an oath made when they were relieved from the plague during the Thirty Years war; but America Is a young nation and she will make n stnrt. Americans are In tensely Interested In the Passion Play, more Interested than the people of any other country." Mrs. Becker was born In Oberam mergau of a family which has taken part In the Passion Play" since Its first performance. Her father was stag manager In 1880, 1890. and 1000, and her mother took the port of Eve in the Adam and Eve tableau as well as par ticipating In the play proper. The Oberammergau play, she said, is the expression of the life of the vil lagers and the children are reared and trained with the ambition to take part In it. The decrease in population and the lack of training due to the war made it inadvisable to give the play In 1920, but It will be given tills year, she said. Contrary to a current report, Mrs. Becker will not return to play the role of Mary Magdalene-this year. CHICAGO That the United States can have a Passion play like that St Oberammergau In Bavaria Is the belief of Mrs. Marie Mayer Becker. who played the part of Mary Magda lene In the European Passion play In 1910. Slie bus been here since 1914 and is "proud to sny" she is a naturalized citizen. "I feel that there Is an intensely ear nest religious life In America," she said, "and I believe the Passion Play would give adequate expression to It. Tme religion Is shown In the every day life cif the American people, anil I think a play will be undertaken In America soon. "Southern California, with its In. spiring natural grandeur, would pro vide an ideal stage. It should be estub llshed In some small community where It could become a part of the very life Dodge His Last Name, But Cops Get Him DETROIT John Duval Dodge, De troit's "automobile scion," has been finding life just one darn thing after another.- Incidentally, he's the son of the man who paid fS25,000 for a pearl necklace that once belonged to the Kusslan czar. Incidentally also, his father died recently and young Dodge Inherited about n million and a half. Well, first Detroit got after him for speeding, fined him and put him In Jail for five days. They imprison reck less automobile drivers here; Dodge found twenty-two others In the house of correction. He only worked half a day of the five; he blistered his hands, developed a fever and was sent to the hospital. Just the same his attorneys fulled In every attempt to get him out of Jail. Then he went to Kalamazoo, Mich., ride. Rex Earl of Kalamazoo, who with Dodge and three girl students from Western State Normal, partici pated In an automobile ride in Kala mazoo that ended In the serious Injury of Miss Emeline Kwackernaak, a to face charges of driving nn auto mobile while intoxicated and illegally transporting liquor. The Kalamazoo chnrges grew out of a midnight Joy member of the party, had already been lined $00 and costs of $14.30. Ethel Clemens, eighteen-year-old co ed, told of the "wild" midnight ride with Dodge at the wheel. Then Detroit put in another claim for Young Dodge, charging him with illegally parking his car in front of a theater. The Rev. Orietta Stoddard, 13 Years Old PAKSOXS, KAN. "I felt it was my calling. That is the only reason I can give for having gone into the ministry," says the Kev. Orietta Stod 3ard, thirteen years old. In August. 1921, an evangelical team risited at Miami. Scores hit the saw just trail. Miss Stoddard was a daily attendant and she says she received her call during the revival. She has teen ordained by the Methodist Episcopal church. So remarkable was her work In her Sunday school class at the Methodist church ut Miami that she was Invited to have charge of the services of the First Methodist church at Miami. Since that time slut 1ms conducted services nt the Methodist church at Baxter Springs, Kan.; Pitcher, Com merce and other Oklahoma towns. The people of Baxter Springs have offered her the position of pastor of the flock in the little Kansas coal town. "But I turned it down," she said, "because I haven't finished my high school work even. As soon ns I finish high school I intend to go to the Okla homa Methodist college at Oklahoma City and then I will be ready to take charge of a church." When Miss Stoddard decided to be come a preacher it was a surprise to tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stod dard. Mr. Stoddard is an Insurance collector. Ora likes athletics, always goes to the games, and is a leader in class and school activities. She has read the Bible five times. VADE poor rent collector No "Entangling Alliances" Hereabouts OCRACOKE, X. Although tills little town about a century and n half ago was the rendezvous of one :f the world's most daring and famous ?ang of crooks Edward Teach (Blue beard) and his pirate band it is to day one community which the recent rime wave has not reached. There has not been an arrest here In more than ten years and the crimes of robbery, burglary, theft and mur der are absolutely unkuown to the population. There are only one or two homes that have locks on the doors and the keys to those that are thus equipped ere never used. Most of the houses were wholly or partially constructed with lumber of ships wrecked on the treacherous shoals of the North Carolina coast. Ocracoke Is at the extreme south ern end of a little islnnd by the same same, located about 30 miles off the mainland of North Carolina, and Is unique in many respects. The population of the island num bers about 700, about 650 of whom live at Ocracoke. Those who do not live in the little town are members of the families of coast guardsmen who patrol the coast. As there are no railroads, motor cars, street cars or theaters where motion pictures are shown, many of the Inhabitants at Ocracoke have never seen any of these things. Every person on Ocracoke island Is a Methodist in religion. Ocracoke is one of the oldest settlements In America. The people are believed by many historians to be descendants of the "Lost Colony" of Sir Walter Raleigh. So Many Wives He Can't Recall Names J MARRIED 1 5 TOO I WAS NERVOUS INDIANAPOLIS. This otherwise quiet community is quite excited Just now over ventures of Isaiah Moore, thirty-two, choir singer, church work er, and man of many wives and many aliases, who is held in jail here on charges of bigamy and embezzlement. It looks ns if we bad a champion In our midst. Moore was taken in cus tody in Minneapolis as the resuft of a complaint made by his last wife, who was Miss Harriet Evans. He was on the eve of marrying a Min neapolis girl. Mo.'re arid by police to hdve ad mitted he has a least 14 or l." wives scattered throughout the country, but he has been able to remember the names of only 11 of them. His first wife was Flora Dolf of Wy oming, Pa., whom he married 12 years ago. They had one child, he said. He is said to have confessed to marry ing other women. Including the follow ing: Amelia Werner of Detroit, Mlclu, married at Windsor, Canada, under th name of Harry Moore. Sue Harris of Houma, La., whom be married as Harry Melvln. Bessie (he could not remember hex last name) of Wilson, N. C whom he married as George Shields. A woman whose given name was Ger trude, of Findlay, O. Laura Shields, whom he married at Spokane, Wash. Florence Johnson of David City Neb., married as J. U. Vaughan. Helen Hardgraves at Augusta, Kan. As "Howard Wilson," Moore is said to have married Irene Hale thrc years ago in CI i let go. tdianapolis Man Evidently Too Good Katured to Succeed in That Line of Business. Bachelor Joe Stokes, the druggist, never gets peace from his story-telling friends. Joe owns some rental property in one of the Industrial districts. Things have been a bit slow in industry lately and Joe has had trouble collecting his rents. His real estate broker con stantly was returning word that he could not collect. "I'll go out and collect It myself," Mr. Stokes said, a bit peevishly that Is. if Joe ever gets that way. Anyhow, a day or two later Joe started out on a rental collection tour. Late that afternoon he returned to his drug store. An unusual little smile was working at the corners of Joe's mouth. "Any luck?" one of the clerks in quired. "Any luck? Boy, you're crazy! In stead of paying me, they borrowed money from me everywhere I went." Indianapolis News. Explained at Last. Elsie Why does a clock start all over again when it gets to twelve? Bobby 'Cause thirteen's an unlucky number, I s'pose." Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief 25$ and 75$ Packages. Everywhere l i i i - ar 3 1 U1 The Strt Loom Products Baby Carriages OFurniturr Use This Coupon The Lloyd Mfc. Company Ifenominea Mich. at.... Man's Troubles. Audley "Every man has his trou ples." Bass "Yes; and most of them wear skirts." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOKIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the s& s1T . Signature OutZ7Ja In Use for Over 30 Sears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Neutral. A prisoner in court was asked the usual question "Guiltv or not guilty?" Yes," responded the man at the bar. "What's that?" asked the Judge, "I was asked whether I was guilty or not guilty, and of course I ?m ! Of the two conditions I could not well escape both." "But which are you?" "Oh, go on, judge! What's the jury for?" A Distinct Benefit. "The world conference will result in many benefits," remarked the observer "True," rejoined Senator Sorghum ; "and one of the most important of them lies in the fact that a number of gentlemen from abroad were de tained lung enough to got actual in formation before going home and writ ing their Impressions of America." Everybody sentimentalizes over the dear old farm except those who have to work on it. ESS? Mnr' t2S ASK your local dealer to rec omrriend a practical dec-, orator. If you are unable to secure one you can do the work yourself, tinting and stenciling your walls to give beautiful results. Instead of Kakomine or Wall Paper Alabastine is a dry powder: mixes with cold water; directions on each package. Used on plaster, wall board and all wall surfaces. White and artistic, durable tints. Cross and circle printed in red on each package. SPECIAL, STENCIL OFFER We will supply cut ttencili to any user of Alabastine one stencil for each room requiring not less than two packages, if you will send the large words ALABASTINE cut from the face of the packages over the cross and circle, accompanied by 15c in stamps or silver for each stencil desired, covering postage and packing. Write for free booklet, "Nature's Beautiful Tints." THE ALABASTINE COMPANY 1648 Grmo drill e Avenue Grand Rapids, Michismn HAD TO HAVE CONSERVATORY Mothers!! Write for 32 Page Booklet, " 7lf J.I C the World" I Pat. Procesn ' Lloyd . Mfg. Co. Dtt B j HfHMBlM. Htck. : Pletfe send m joor ' booklt,"lliitiMnof U ' World." Most Parents of Six Marriageable Daughters Will Sympathize With This Home Seeker. Charles M. Schwab said at a recep tion In New York : "The world is hankering after dis armament and universal peace as the househunter hankered after a conserv atory. "A househunter was looking for a cheap, smallish house with a large con servatory. The agent showed him a number of houses, but us they all lacked conservatories the hunter turned them down. Finally the agent said in a disgusted tone: "'Of course I thought your conserv atory idea was just a whim. A cheap nine-room house with a conservatory I Why man, it ain't to he found. What's the reason you're so crazy after a con servatory, anyhow?' " 'Well, confidentially, said the househunter, 'it's like this. Wife and I have got six daughters, and all six have had young fellows kind of spark in' roend 'em for a long, long time; so what we need, you see. Is a conserva tory. The girls want somewhere to do the ripenin' off in.' " HAIR NETS AND ARMENIANS Interesting Comparison Between Cost of the Former and the Clothing of the Latter. The hair net milady wears would clothe several orphan children in Ar menia for more than six months. That is, the cost of them would. Even Ar menian orphans are sometimes more modest than milady. Experts have figured that ?1.80 will completely attire In unlJeached mus lin garments a child of the Far East relief orphanages of the Transeauca sian famine zones for six months. And experts also figure that milady's bill for hair nets during a like period would he in considerable excess of that amount, depending upon well, upon several things. Hair nets are of un certain durability under any circum stances. And milady is not always over cautious Even an expert hesi tates to hazard some guesses. The Near East relief lias just pur chased ii()0,XX) yards of unbleached muslin for summer garments for its wards in Transcaucasia. Where Is there a bill-maddened household head ungallant enough to remark that a country full of orphans is not the greatest liability in the world? 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That all people do not have the same slant of humor is illustrated in the following story: One of the wealthiest men in Youngs town recently said to a friend : "I had a funny dream last night." "What was it all about?" the friend encouraged. "I dreamed I got into a little flivver that climhed up a telephone pole, turned a somersault on the wires, and then slid down another pole." "Weil, that certainly was some dream." "Yes," the rich man exclaimed. "Im agine me in a flivver." Poor Human Nature. "Is Pentield's novel of a small town any good?" "It must he. The characters are so true to life that the originals don't rec ognize themselves." Judge. Though the ostrich is no gambler, he has tips on many races. Marriage may be a failure in some cases, hut with the advent of twins it becomes a howling success. George's Future Home. She was one of the richest widows in Washington and owned a magnifi cent home. Therefore the marine considered himself very fortunate when he won her heart. They sat side by side in the Hostess house at Quantico, while the leather necks and lassies swayed lo the music of the latest waltz. Finally she murmured : "George, dear, will I always have as fine a home as lve got now?" George looked worried. "Why, yon ain't thinkin' of movin', are you?" be asked. The Leatherneck. One Man Not Henpecked.. "Does your husband ever take your advice?" ( "Only as a joke." ' ; j. Thoughts of what might have been are an injustice to today. A noisy argument draws disputants as custard pie draws flies. j Somehow, tiie average man doesn't feel called upon to worry over the loss of his neighbor's money. Almost any pretty girl will bring out the silliness in a man's nature. Lots of men go short on fiction Ixv cause it is stranger than truth. When Will There Be A Disarmament of Dining Tables? -,CO,OMV" Suppose everybody would recognize the fact that there's no gain but much loss in keeping up hostilities with the stomach I Suppose the ancient aggrava tion of improper food on indig nant digestive organs should be settled with guarantees of sen sible diet and tranquil digestion!. The saving would be beyond all possibility of counting. Yet millions go on declaring war on the stomach and accept ing war in return loading up on starchy, heavy, unbalanced and highly-seasoned food at breakfast or lunch and wonder ing why comfort, hap piness and efficiency are out of reach. Grape-Nuts makes a friend of the taste and an ally of the stomach. There's a charm and satis faction to this delicious food which prompts appetite to say, "There's a meal!" and digestion to answer, "Thank goodness, here's peace at last!" Grape-Nuts is the perfected nutriment of wheat and malted barley sweet, crisp, and won derfully nourishing. 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