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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., MAT 5, 1922.
AH Played Out at Quitting Time? You Need TANLAC The World's Greatest Tonic .New Shoes Old Shoes Tight Shoes all feel the same if you shake into them some ALLEN'S FQOT-EASE The Antiseptic. Healing; Powder lor tbe Feel Takes the friction from tbe shoe, fresh ens the feet and gives new vigor. At! night, when your feet are ttreil. sore and swollen from walking and dancing,; Sprinkle ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE In tbe, foot-bath mm esoy Uc Dllew ol leel, wltkoat an ache. Over 1,600,000 pounds of Powder for the Feet were and by our Amur aod Navy dur-! ing u war. IB a riarfc. TJsa ALLEN'S FOOT-KASK SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usual! an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, .liver, bladder and oric add troubles, Famoua since 169& Take regularly and keep in good health. In three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Leak for the nam Cold Medal on rry box and accept M imitation Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum Sea 25c, 0 attaint 25 aaa 50c, Talcum 25c ijUs jrjrjuEjXitei. The Privileged Ones. -The middle class of citizenship usually has tbe hardest time," said the economic investigator. "Yes," replied Mr. Chugging. "The man whose status in the scale of wealth is midway between the private car and the flivver is the only one who can't keep touring so as to spend every summer in Florida and every winter in Maine.' Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Crv for Fletcher's Castoria Odd Coincidence. After tbe war. while hunting sou venirs in a deserted village in Lor raine. I found a billfold, evidently lost by a German soldier, with a pic ture taken ..somewhere in Lincoln park. In the foreground was a girl, and in the background sitting on a bench were my mother and sister, both looking on. Chicago Journal. A man who Is on his way to the devil has a great and mistaken contempt for the simple life. AFTER THE FLU 1 If the Flu Left Ton Weak, or You're in Need of a Tonic to Build You Up, Take This Advice Houston, Texas "I was in a terribly I run-down condition of health after a siege ! of ptomaine poisoning, and then the in ; fluenza. I could not seera to regain my , strength and was really not able to do my i housework. 1 knew I ueeded a good tonio and builder and remembered how my ; folks used to regard Dr. Pierce's remedies i in my girlhood days and then I decided to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis I coverv. After taking the second bottle I j found it was doing me a world of good, : strength returned rapidly and I felt bet j ter in every way. I am glad indeed to j recommend the medicine that did me so much good and do not hesitate to give I this statement." Mrs. Gertrude SelL ' 1236 Rutland St. i All druggists tablets or liquid. HO MERIT A instantly opens your head and makes breathing easy. Fine for CATARRH COLDS COUGHS 75 at stores or 15 by mail Address Xew York Drug Concern. New York PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM DailM -atgnBatrfaUIt B lotni Color and Baaarly to Cray and Fndad HaU . aacBnasi-aaaiiirerrwta. ftraBns Ofa. Wis, Patenoe-qe. W. T. HlNDERCORNSi fet. mm. aalknar can. In. bv eaail m taa gnfclUeCrali WTa.rnaina.M. 3j MAKE A DO I-LA A.N HOIK Start a buaineaa ot your own In your bom. SleLae scalp treatment, shampoo, facial and ma nfcurlnx. Vary Uttla qulpraeot re quired. Wa will teaoh you th formula aad now ta do lb work for $1.0 par leasos and guarant to qualify you for work U i laaaona. Band oa ILM today for trial lea aoa. Choice of facial or acalp treatment In cludlns bow to max and apply th populai French Pack uad In Beauty Parlor foi Blaekhead and Wrinkle and synopsis ol folio wins lon. Waatarn Studio of Baautj Culture. Box 1111. Phoenix. Arizona. liral Asontav man or woman, to ell guar, nnteed corn cur, and Blood Purifier. T Allen Med. Co.. I2t Latimer. Denver. Cola DATtrriTC "fT"on m-.Coloa.ter rll I CI J I U FmtoatLaw7T,WMalrj(ton D.C. Adalasaad hook fro Sites re aoaahla nisseat ret araaosa. Heat earrloa PKOOr TFjSTKBt TVtermtne alcohol contents In radiator et Price II. 0 poetpald. 8upply catalogue free Home Supply Co, L. B. Omaha. Neb HEAITiriL. HAIKG&OYVTU. guaranteed Heal-; and dandruff eliminated. Trial at mi rts. A. Spier. Dt. 4. Boulder. Colo, 1IIMI I m aiiiiiiiiM Invite Needlewoman's Art; Trimmings Vary Taffetas miiiim pHJU afternoon and evening gowns, " the vogue for simple styles, united with that for fine sheer fabrics, in lovely colors. Invite the art of the needlewoman ; for needle croft Is if ex pended on to give distinction to sim plicity. Beading, drawn work, em broidery and other kinds of stitch ery, have important purls t- r'ny this season there Is nothing In the way of Bead Embroidery adornment to equal them. With In genious draperies they vary the sim ple styles and redeem them from the commonplace. The gown shown here might be pretty without its bead embroidery, but it would not be more than that, and it would pass unnoticed. As It is, with embroidery and drapery. It Is more than pretty. Imagine It In am ber colored georgette crepe, em broidered In amber and rust-colored beads, and yon will vision its love liness, or think of it In light, peri winkle blue, with beads in blue and orchid. In the cascaded drapery at each side the designer has shown un usual cleverness by attaching It to the skirt, where It falls below the bodice. The flaring sleeves tnke ad vantage of tbe pretty whim of fash- r- 1 v.qi illfkil Y J v" J if J i 1 Sf Pretty Taffeta Frock. too. to allow a slit along the top of the arm, and the soft girdle Is miWle of the georgette. Presses made of fine voiles ar? even simpler than those of georgette, but there is much handwork in them. Drawn work, fine tucks, hemstitching, feather-stitching, and other dainty needlework place these lovely cotton frocks in the class of their fragile, silk sisters. They appeal to the taste of gentlewomen-- everywhere, and are exquisite in light colors and white. There are sheer voiles showing fine. colored cross-bars on a white ground, that are made up with white net, or Dusty Walls. An excellent way to brush down dusty walls Is to take a roll of cot ton batting and fasten a thick pad of It on the end of a stick. With this go over all of tbe wall surface, burn ing the cotton as the pad becomes soiled, then renewing. " Dress or Suit for Travel. The relative merits of n frock and coat combination and the suit and separate blouse combination for wear -'ben traveling' nave often been dis mm mm lace, or organdie. Into pretty frocks for summer afternoons. It Is apparent that all designers of afiemoou and evening frocks have been more or less fascinated by the old-tlmey clnirm of the bouffant skirt In company with the culmss bodice. At any rnte gowns following these lines continue to be presented, espe cially in the materials that are most ' t.s Makes This Gown. ndaptahle to them, as organdy and taf feta, and many little tricks are re sorted to by designers to Insure the bouffant silhouette. Tucks wide or narrow ruffles, bound edges and cov ered cord trimming serve Instead of hoops to keep the skirts outstanding. The pretty taffeta frock shown here Is a fine example of this popular style for afternoon or Informal evening wear. Its tucks and ruffles do double duty, serving for adornment and to give additional body to the silk. The skirt Is straight and full, bordered with pin tucks and scalloped at the bottom. Narrow ruffles serve to out line the scallops. They have plcot edges and are gathered with a little upstanding frill along the upper edge. The elbow sleeves are finished with a corresponding trimming and a collar cut from pin-tucked taffeta and edced with a rulTle finishes the round neck. A little sash of plcot-edged ribbon is tied at the side and holds a small clus ter of bright cherries that lend the dark dress a gleam of vivid color. This model might be made up In light colors for evening wear, with Its fin ishing totich of fruit or flowers chosen to set off the color In the dress. Am pictured, it is made of black taffeta. COrriKMT v vBTBUt NfWam uwicra. cussed. Much, doubtless, can be said la favor of either type of apparel. The chief attraction of the suit is that It can be made into several different costumes by the substitution of diff erent blouses. Moreover, If you wash greuter freshness of appearance is possible than with tbe one-piece frock. Velvet Lined Lapels. Velvet backs to peaked front lapels are another new feature to emphasize the mannish effect of collars on sport coats or tweeds or novelty mixtures. iiiiiiii KITCHEN f I CABINET Copyright, 1922. -Western Newapaper Udiod. Do not let us fall into a rut. Some one has said the only difference be tween a rut and a grave Is in the dimensions. USE MORE WATER CRESS Water cress will be found growing In ii I most nil parts of the country in shallow brooks, but it is far from being properly appreciated. As n blood purifier and tonic it is a green unequaled. In city markets one finds many buyers, 'for the city housewife lias some ap preciation of its worth. One must be sure that water from which the cress is the gnthered is pure, for disease germs gather on such greens and are a men ace to health. Like most green vegetables cress is better served fresh than cooked, as much of the mineral matter is dis solved or changed by cooking. Cress is particularly rich in mineral matter, containing both sulphur and phos phorus. It is especially good In the spring as It is a stimulant to the appe tite because of Its peppery flavor. A water-cress, soup Is especially good. The following recipe will give the method of preparing it: Take two buncles of water cress, each bunch weighing a pound, or a quart of chopped cress, half a table spoonful of minced onion, three tahle spooufuls of rice, three tublespoonfuts of butter, a dash of cayenne, the yolk of an egg, four cupfuls of white stock (chicken preferred), n cupful of rich milk or thin cream, one-half teaspoon ful of salt, a g.ating of nutmeg and whipped cream 'or garnishing. Pick off the tips of he cress and save for garnishing; chop fine, stems and all. Fry the onion In butter until n light yellow, add the stock, rice and cress. When well cooked rub through a sieve and add the egg and cream. There should be three -upfuls of soup when ready to serve. Serve piping hot with whipped cream sprinkled with the fresh cress tips. When one is fortunate enough to obtain cress in abundance, cook it as one does spinach or any greens." Do not add any water when cooking ex cept that which cliirgs to the cress. Toss and stir tccusionolly until it is well heated through. If care is used nd extra water will be needed. Drain, save the liquor and chop the cress fine. Thicken the liquor with a little flour and butter cooked together, add ing a generous -nipply of butter. Serve very hot. "Thou hadst better eat salt with the philosophers of Greece, than sugar with the rourtiera of Italy." EVERYDAY ECONOMICAL DISHES a A well made bean soup is delicious, and Is also most nourishing.' Bean Soup. Parboil one pint of beans, adding one-fourth a tea spoonful of soda to the water, and cook live minutes; drain and add twice as much boiling water ns beans and six ounces of salt pork cut In dice. Cook until the soup is rich and creamy and the beans tender. Add a tuhlespoonfnl of butter, pepper anil salt to taste; rub through a sieve, add one-half cup ful of rich milk and serve hot. Chocolate Custard. Take one pint of milk, add one egg, one talilespoou ful of cornstarch, one tahlespoonful of cocoa or chocolate and one-third of a cupful of sugar. Scald the milk in a double boiler, beat I he yolk of an egg with the sugar and cornstarch, the latter being dissolved In it little cold milk. Pour the hot milk on this and cook like a soft custard, adding a tahlespoonful of coconut before it has fully thickened. Beat the white of an egg until stiff, add two tcu spoonfuls of powdered sugar. Ile.ip this meringue on top of each serving. Coconut . Pudding. Place a lea spoonful of coconut in the bottom of individual glasses and make a custard of two cupfuls of mills, the yolk of one egg and one-half of a tahlespoon ful of cornstarch with three teaspoon fills of sugar. ; Pour the custard over the coconut after If is cooked ami cool. Serve with the white of the egg benten stiff and a little sugar added, on top. Spider Corn Cake. Take one and one-half cupfuls of sour milk, one half teaspoonful of sodn, one and one eighth cupfuls of corn meal, one-half cupful of bread flour, three teaspoon fuls of baking powder, one tahlespoon ful of sugar, one teaspoonful of salt, one egg and one and one-half cup fuls of milk. . Mix the dry ingredients together and then turn in the sour milk, mixed with the soda and one holf of the sweet milk. ' Bent well, stir. In the egg. well beaten, and pour Into a frying pan containing two tnhle spoonfuls of melted drippings. Gently add the remainder of the milk, hut do not stir. Bake In n moderate oven for thirty minutes. To be perfectly successful this cake must contain a custard layer In the center. Serve with currant jelly. Baked Apples With Dates. Wash and core four small apples. Fill the centers with sugar and two dates. Bake until tender and serve with one half cupful of cream whipped and sweetened with c little sugar. The Real Need. The bishop's secretary reported to Jilni: "A well-menning committee In the diocese has designed a moral gown for the modern girl. The gown, I have been given to understand. Is of good, thick woolen stuff. It comes up to the chin and down to the In step, and It is loose, not revealing the figure In any way." The bishop smiled. "Now that they have designed the gown," he said, "why don't they de sign a girl who will wear it?" Lon don Opinion. LAND OF AMAZING FERTILITY American Settler in Western Canada Tells of Splendid Crops Raised Year After Year. Harold J. Gregory, of Lowe Farm, Manitoba, writes as follows: "When I came to Canada from Lex ington, 111., in the fall of 1913, It was with the spirit of adventure and through curiosity. I always imagined that crossing the boundary line took me beyond the limits of civilization into 'No Man's Land,' and that this country abounded with bears, moose, caribou and other wild game. Imagine my disappointment when I reached my friend's home just in time to help him through a month of harvest wheat, barley, flax and oats. I re alized then the possibilities that this almost untouched tepritory held open to the home-seeking settler, with its rich, virgin soil, good markets, rail road systems, graded roads, etc. "In the spring of 1914 I came back with the intention of testing out my Judgment concerning the soil's grain growing powers. This I did with com plete satisfaction. I am now farming 4S0 acres. of land at Lowe farm, and have raised crops of equal value to the purchase price of the land on which It was raised two or three different times. I have found this land to be superior In fertility to any land that I have ever seen, and I have seen land In Indiana, Illinois, Missouri. Arkansas, Oklahoma. Kansas. Wisconsin, and parts of Minnesota and North Dakota. ' "The present low prices of machin ery make this year on exceptional one in its opportunities to the man who wants to make a new start under favorable conditions." AVhy raise corn for 50 cents a bushel on $300 per acre land, when you can get good im proved wheat land for S'rO ier acre, and wheat seliing'for $1.15 at your local elevator? I wos enabled to pur chase n Gray Dort automobile from the profit of a hay crop produced in one year. This district offers good facilities- for stock raising and there are special opportunitie for the hog raiser." Information regarding nil districts of Western Canada may be had from any agent of tjie Canadian govern ment. Advertisement. STIRRED UP THE COMMUNITY Gap Johnson's Good Reasons for Thinking Confessions Can Be a Little Too Public. . "They've been parrying on a revival over tullier side of Mount Pizgy for quite a spell," related Gap Johnson of Humpus Itidge. "and a pleasant Jime was had till the converts took to con fessing in meeting. A sister riz up and let it he known that she and a cer tain brother had been figgering on eloping, anil two or three brothers fol lered with remarks about the sins of themselves and other gents. Next day the lady's husband hunted up the feller she said she'd been going to elope with, and although he swore he'd never even heerd of tlie plan, whipped him to a custard. And quite a pussel of gents left in the next few days, claiming that it everybody was going to tell everything they knnwed they didn't feel like wailing till the grand jury set. Religion is all right, but I sorter 'low it ort to be a pri vate mat ter every feller that feels like he'd got to confess go ahead and do so, but leave other folks out of it." Kansas City Star. Sad Case. Sirs. .Tones (sobbing) The gas company collector was .around today and got his money. v - Jones Well, that's good. What's (he matter? Why weep over u paid bill? , Mrs. Jones Oh, my dear, boo hoo -oh. dear! You see, he was held up just outside and ciime back and oil. dear collected it all over again. New York Run. A Scratched Record. One day recently .Mary Hirdeila. age five, were visiting their grandmother, whom tiiey call mainuia. Mary Birdella was singing to. one of her dolls whim mamma joined in on the refrain. Har riet .lane looked up and said, very so berly, "Aw, mamma, your record's scratched." Lawyers and donors usually profit bv their own advice. Too many people do not even think they are thinking. Mr. Jenkins Took a Cracked Club To Tame Lions Some foods are too heavy, some are too starchy, many lack neces sary elements and so starve the body and many load the system down with fermentation and auto intoxication. Grape-Nuts helps build health and strength. It contains the full richness of wheat and malted bar ley, including the vital mineral elements, without which the body cannot be fully sustained. Grape- Important to all Women Readers of this Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or tbe result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy con dition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, head ache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrita ble and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved tt be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Rwamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y., you may receive sam ple size bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase medium and large size bottles at all drug stores. Advertisement. Wolves "Rushed" Train. Wolves attacked a train in Bosnia, it has just been learned. A train from Dubica for Agram was traveling slowly soon after leaving the station on account of the snow, when it was attneked by a large pack of wolves who were maddened by hunger. The animals jumped on the engine and into the coaches, howling desperately. The frightened passengers barricaded and defended themselves with rifles and revolvers. Many wolves were run over and killed, and finally the train, putting on speed, succeeded In getting away from the pack. It arrived at Agram covered with bloodstains and pieces of wolves' flesh. freedom ot speech Is pretty well curbed by public opinion except gos s'p. HAD -TO GO WITHOUT GAP Mr. Johnson Really Had Good Excuse for Not Joining Posse on Hunt for Robbers. "Paw," excitedly exclaimed young Runt, "Zeke Yawkey and a passel of fellers are out in front. They say the bank at Tumlinville has been robbed, and they want you to- grab your gun and go w,ith 'em to hunt the robbers !" "Tell 'em I'm much obleeged and powerful sorry." replied Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge, "but I aint' in no shape to jine. 'em. Gabe Gosnell dropped in a spell ago and 'lowed that as he was going to be married this af ternoon to the Widder McCorkindale he'd like to borry my best britches to wear during the anecdote, and as I felt I'd just about as soon sleep today as not I let him have 'em. And your maw is just sewing up the gable end of my old ones whur the roan cow hooked me by mistake for her calf or some thing. So you tell the gents, Runt, that If 'twas ary other time I'd be tickled to go with 'em. but just ot present I'll have to lav out." Kansas City Star. Circumstantial, but Not Convincing. The. mother of two boys, aged re spectively five and seven, hod a hard question to settle the other day. The younger boy came to her, crying with exasperation, and said that he was "a nickel short." "Well, what's the use of yelling about it?" said bis older brother, who was calmly eating candy. "You don't think I took it, do you?" "I don't say you did," the little fel low replied, "but I'm a nickel short, and you're eating candy." Youth's Campanion. Nothing to Forget Bess A wife makes a man forget a whole lot of trouble. Bob Tlwit a bachelor never has. if every one in the world would go to work, problems of strikes and i unrest would vanish. irawMernreMnrarjernnTeaansaswaesa i i nan nwaaeiiiiaiiMiMiraiiisiiiaiiiii War nTiraanlia-farailraaaaiiawaaataiaaiaMraaiaiaaaainiiali i aiaalla real a 1 1 mi in inaiiaa arena ' i. The exhibition ended rather badly. It very nearly was a big day for the lions and a sad day for Mr. Jenkins all for want of proper care in getting ready. Many a man who has business to do and a living to make and a job to fill is as care less how he feeds his body as Mr. Jenkins was in picking out a club. Nuts digests quickly and whole somely. Served with cream or good milk, it is a complete food crisp and delicious. Grape-Nuts is just the food for those who care to meet life's situa tions well prepared in health. Order Grape-Nuts from your grocer today. Try it with cream or milk for breakfast or lunch, or made into a delightful pudding for dinner. Grape-Nuts the Body Builder "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief ELL-ANS 25t and 75$ Packages, Everywhere If You Need Strength and Reserve Power Take TANLAC The World's Greatest Tonic Pat. Process LOOM .Products Baby Carriages & Furniture Ask Your Local Dealer Write Now For 32 -Page Illustrated Booklet The Llovd Manufacturing Cnsriparrs Dept. E Menominee, Michigan (11 W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 17-1922. HAD FORGOTTEN HIS "LINES" And Bridegroom's Explanation Only Added to the Ludicrousness of the Situation. A widower in o Pennsylvania town, no longer a young man, gave the clergyman a good deal of trounle, by his stupidity on the occasion of his second marriage. He seemed to- be possessed by some spirit 1 of Coie troriety. . When told to give his right hand! he gave his left.: When the minister said : "Say this after' fue," lie hm niediately replied: "Say this after me." -Then, when the words he was to repeat were given, he was stoliifly silent. , At last he seemed to be aware that tne minister was somewnai . tns turbed, and in the middle of the service he upset the reveremi ge tlemnn's gravity by volunteering this apology: .. "You see, sir, it's so long since . I was married before that yon most excuse my getting these things mixed." His Wit Rewarded. An honest rustic went into the shop nf n Onolrpr tr, hnv n hnt fur whih 15 shillings were demanded, lie of fered 12. "As I live, ' said the Quaker, "I ran- IlOl ilJLUI U Iff BCI1 11 IU IIICC Wa 1 1MB. price." "As you live!" exclaimed the coun tryman. "Then live more moderately and be hanged to you." "Friend." said the Quaker, "I have sold hats for 20 years, ontl my 'As I ljye' trick .Jhs never been found enl till now; thou shnlt have the bat for nothing." Boston Transcript. Poor Henry. Heck "Do you play any Instru ment?" Peck (sadly) "Second fiddle at home." Boston Transcript. i When two women begin to exchange j compliments it's the recording angel's J cue to get busy. JT ! Pat. Process ! Lloyd 3S5e5