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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., JUNE 9, 1922.
II Yen Ksa 3 a Mm . Von should Have tha Best Hare you ever (topped to reason why it is that so many product 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 mits, 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. Yon may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention this paper. .Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug storecAdvertisement No Longer "Wireless." The committee on nomenclature at the government radio conference de clares that the use of the word "wire less" and names derived from it are obsolete. Instead they urge the use of "radio." For the general title of a system of conductors for radiating or absorbing radio waves use "aerlul" ; for an open circuit aerial use "an tenna"; for a closed circuit aerial use "coil." Youth's Companion. T NAME "BAYER" IS ON GENUINE ASPIRIN Take Tablets Without Fear, If You See the Safety "Bayer Cross." If you want the true, world-famous Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians for over twenty-one years, you must ask for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," . The "Bayer Cross" Is stamped on each tablet and appears on each pack age for your protection against imita tions. Advertisement. Comparison Urged. "Is that you, Johr.?' asked Sirs. Pubwaite over the telephone. "Yes," said that gentleman. "What's the nature of the touch?" "Is your fashionable stenographer there?" "Yea. What about her?" "Nothing. Just look her over and then see If you can't come home to your own wife In a cheerful frame of mind. I've just bought myself a new outfit" Birmingham Age-Herald. . Cutlcura Soap for the Complexion. Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap dally and Ointment now and then as needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean and hands soft and white. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Cutlcura Talcum, and you have the Cuticura Toilet Trio. Advertisement. When a .man's clothes feci per fectly comfortable he knows they're nearly worn out. The brave man carves out his own fortune, and every man is the son of lijs own works. "All I want." said the lion, ns he took Ms share. "Is what Is right." YOUNG MOTHER HOW STRONG Her Mother's Faith ia Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Led Her To Try It Kenosha. Wisconsin. "I cannot sav enough in praise of Lydia E. Pinkham b I vegetable Com pound. My mother bad great faith in it as she had taken so much of it and when I had trouble after my baby was born she eave it to me. It helped me so much more than anything else had done that I advise 'all women with female trouble to erive it a fair trial' and I am sure they will feel as I do about it Mrs. Fred. P. Hansen, 662 Symmonda St., Kenosha, Wisconsin, A medicine that has been in use nearly fifty years and that receives the praise and commendation of mothers and grandmothers ia worth your considera tion. If yon are suffering from troubles that sometimes follow child-birth bear in mind that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound is a woman's medicine. It is especially adapted to correct such troubles. The letters we publish ought to con vince you; ask some of your women friends or neighbors they know its worth. You will, too, if you give it a fair trial. Iiimiiimtmimiiiil 7 KITCHEN I CABINET Copyright. Western Nwnrpr Pnton. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for these disorders will often ward off these dis eases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for the name Cold Medal on ercry box ad accopi no imttatioa D I - C O L - Q FOR BURNS CUTS ITCH BORES 75c at stores; 85c by mail. Address New York Drug Concern, New York "Is life worth living? Yes. so long As there Is wrong to right So long as faith with freedom reigns And loyal hope survives. And gracious churity remains To leaven lowly lives; And men are free to think and act. Yes life Is worth living stilL" EVERYDAY "GOOD THINGS The keynote to success in cookery Is accurate meusuiement nnd j-ccurate utensils. A measuring cup inny luck all right, but may vary from one to three tablespoonfuls. This is oflen true of the plnss ones ns a heavy bottom deceives the eye. There Is no such thing as luck In cookery. Ac curate measuring nnd careful following of a reclie will bring good results. All measurement In most cook hooks todny are level and uniform. Heaping anil rounding measures are rarely uniform even with the same in dividual. Reliable Prune Cake. Take one cup ful of boiled unsweetened prunes, one cupful of sugar, one-half cupful of shortening, three eggs, one-hitlf ten spoonful of nutmeg, one-half teaspoon ful of cinnamon, one-half teaspoonful of cloves, one tenspoonful of vanilla, one tenspoonful of soda, two and one half tablespoonfuls of lemon Jiice and prune Juice, mixed, and two cupfuls of flour. Cream tiio shortening, add the sugar nnd then the eggs well beaten. Rent thoroughly. Add the prunes fine ly chopped, the soon dissolved In ihe fruit juice and the remainder of the Ingredients. Hake lu two layers nnd use a mochn filling; or one of lemon Is very good. Lemon Cake Fudding,. Sift five tablespoonfuls of flour, two cup!uls of sugar, and one-fourth of a ter :poon fill of salt, add twr' cupfuls of milk, the beaten yolks of four eggs, one tablespouiful of butter nnd the Juice of three lemons: mix nnd fold iu the whites of the egss beaten stiff. Pour Into a buttered baking dish nnd bnke In a slow oven for nearly nn hour. Serve very cold. Mock Chop Suey. Cook one-half cupful of rice in boiling salted wnter nntil nenrly done. Strain one pint of tomatoes through a colander, chop oue Spanish oniou very fine. Mix one-half pound of hamburg steak, two ounces of suet, two teaspoonfuls of salt, pep per to taste and a dash of cayenne. Mix all the Ingredients and bake In a two-quart baking dish for oue hour. Serve hot. Gingerbread Nuts. Put a pound each of brown sugar and honey and the grated rind of a lemon In a saucepan and simmer. Remove and r.dd one-fourth pound of butter, one ounce of ginger, one teuspoouful of soda, and two pounds of ' ur. Roll thin, cut iu rounds and bnke In a slow oven. It may be proved with much cer tainty that God Intends no man to live in this world without working; but It seems to me no less evident that He Intends every man to be happy In his work. It Is written, "in the sweat of thy brow," but It was never written, "in the breaking of thy heart," thou ehalt eat bread. John Ruskln. HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS To the small town or country house wife who has not easy access to a i inarKet there is a great satisfaction in the knowledge that no matter who comes she is prepared for an emergency. This first aid in an emergency is a well-stocked shelf kept filled with foods which may h used in a hurry call when husband brings home un expected company. With canned soups or home canned soups ir broths one may make a good dish for the beginning of a ;neal, then with a jar of salad dressing some sort of a salad is usually easy to prepare. If one has time a berry pie makes a line dessert; or a shortcake, using canned fruit. Is always a favorite. The foods used will depend, of course, upon the .taste of the family, and if one is to be prepared the canned food, what ever it is. should be replaced at the first opportunity. ,--A few cans of fish, such as salmon und tuna, sardines and clams, if liked, some jars of sliced dried beef, und bacon. eanut butter, cuus of corn and tomatoes, with u bottle of good sulud dressing, which may be stretched by the addition of cream, a box or jar of cheese, are a few of the foods which will be most commonly used, not for getting several enns of good soup. A most delicious tomato sauce may be made in a hurry from a can of tomato soup, using it with cold meat or ham burger sleak, if at hand. When taking dishes to a church sup per or hall, mark them with mall bits of adhesive tape with the name writ ten In ink. This will not wash off at all easily, and one may identify one's property with little difficulty. When baking a crust for a filled pie, bake it on the bottom of the pan, pricking it lightly with a fork; this keeps the crust from blistering. To make bias binding take the bind er from the sewing machine nnd press the material as it is drawn through the binder. Still. The excited citizen rushed into the little bank and slapped a $00 bill down upon the cashier's window ledge. "Gimme two cases!" he cried. "What?" asked the astonished cash ier, "What? Two cases of what?" "Two cases this ought to cover it.r "What sort of a place do you think this is? And Of what do you want two cases?" "Anything I'll drink It whatever It is. I saw a sign outside that said '4 per cent.'" Wayside Tales. mm mm ALLURING DINNER GOWNS; HAPPY MEDIUMS IN HATS WITH a reservation In the matter of length, this hnndsome dinner gown undertakes to nccent the modes of the season. It Is made of crepe de chine nnd georgette, it takes advan tage of I lie continued vogue for bead trimmings the sleeves make the most ot their opportunity to be featured. It affects he last thing in neck lines and the approved low waist line but It Is shorter than the length decreed by style arh'ters. In this one particu lar It lags, with plenty of good com pany, behind the very long skirt com- The chic small hat arrives early r.rd has many devotees midsum mer brings hats with generous brims that compel our adoration, but be tween them stand hats that strike a happy medium. They go hand in hand with summer the length of its journey, nnd mirrors reflect them more often than falls to the lot of these small or large rivals; for they nre the becom ing and useful trimmed hats that are designed to tit in ilth many back grounds. Four lints of the character, as shown 7vr y&4 1 m I motile w 3$ t f; ii When Federal-Aid System Is Com pleted There Will Be 180,000 Miles of Reads. (Prepared by the United States Department ot Agriculture.) When (lie federal-aid highway sys tem, provided for by the recently en acted federal highway act. Is com pleted there will be a network of roads ISO.OOO miles In length covering the whole United States. The time required for the completion of the Lsystem will depend upon the rate at which the necessary federal funds are provided, say officials of the bureau of public roads. United States Depart ment of Agriculture, which adminis ters federal-aid money. An idea of what these roads will mean to the country can be gained by studying the effect of roads built In recent years and picturing what would happen should they be torn up and left in their former condition. Should these roads go back to their former state and the motor vehicles which have come with them disappear there would be many changes. Many suburbanites would have to move into the city and there would be a decrease in .value of suburban real estate. Cities would have trouble in getting their fresh milk and food supply. Much farm land would decrease in pany and takes Its stand among those models that have made a compromise between one extreme ami the other. There are wonderful colors this season and women have grown cour ageous in using them. When consid ering dinner and evening frocks they may allow- themselves to be daring, but for the street they refuse the reckless and have approved beige, tan. wood and other browns, green and dark blue. Gayer colors and many of them make afternoon and dinner frocks and they are elaborated with embroideries and contrasting colors In fabric combinations. When blnck Is used It Is worn over a color or briulit ened with vivid colors In embroidery Dinner Gown of Colored Crepe. here, indicate something of the divers ity to be found among tliein. The group leads off with a shape of black lisere faced with blue crepe and very simply trimmed with a sash of wide ribbon and a handsome ornament. It can afford to be simple for it is the possessor of most becoming lines. Nenr ly all faces are flattered by It. Just below It at the left Is a fabric hat of n crepey material trimmed with two kinds of beads and a little ornamental stitching. lis shape suggests the poke bonnet and is best suited to youthful faces. Next is a hut made of another millinery fabric with an odd sash and hanging ends of crepe. Little pearly sea shells are set about the upturned 7 1 1 1 wi kmc . M 9J Showing Diversity in Hats. r banded with a gay color. Light col ors for evening often make use of crystal bends nnd the deeper tones choose beads In shades of their own color, sometimes combining them with crystals. The gown pictured is developed In amber-colored crepe de 'line and has sleeves and drop skirt of a lighter tone in ireorjiette. The beads begin With this light tone and shade t 1 rust color. Iieep cuffs of the crepe de chine take up the unused width in the sleeves and the girdle Is made of the crepe de chine. portion of the brim. This hat has the lines that matronly wearers like. The flower-trimmed hat with round crown that bells s'-d flat brim is a great favorite in many braids. It is shown with a sash of picot-edged rib bon that is arranged in four loops, the two longer ones slipping through a slash In the brim. corrnGHT it vtsruH mratsa. unioh Chenille Dotted Veils. Combination and French dots are the favorites among veils to be worn with suit hats. At present, the yard veiling dominates the market, but many attractive Imported madeup veils are being shown. Rust on blue, brown on castor, red on black, amber on gray nre some of the combinations one sees. Chenille dots run from small to medium size and the larger ones are comparatively rare. Scroll em broidered effects are generally be lieved to have been superseded by these dotted patterns. Hexagonal nnd filet meshes are both much in vogue. Fastens Shoulder Straps. Women who wear the chemise frock often find the shoulder straps of tlui chemise appearing above the neck line of the frock. A clever way to prevent this Is to sew a narrow piece of rib bon to the frock at the shoulder of the frock, pass It ti"der the shoulder strap of the chemise end then hook It back to the shoulder of the dress. Thus the straps are firmly held out of sight. HUGE NETWORK OF HIGHWAYS Completed Concrete Highway. value and the effect ou rural social life would be serious. In fact, motor vehicles and the roads on which to use them form such an important part of our economic and social life that If is hard to picture to the full extent what would happen. Since all this dependence on high way transportation has come in a brief period of years and with the con struction of 113,000 miles of surfaced highways, 00,000 of which are on the proposed federal-aid highway system, it can be understood what further chnnges will take place as the system grows to ISO.OOO miles in length nnd other roads are built branching out from it. PRICE OF LABOR FAVORABLE Indications Are That There Will Be No Drawbacks Along That Line This Season. Labor costs on federal-aid projects under construction this year indicate that there will be no drawback along this line in the building of roads dur ing the coming season, according to the bureau of public roads. United States Department of Agriculture. The price for common labor ranged around 2.ri nnd 3G cents an hour in a great, ma jority of the states, being somewhat lower in the Southern states and go ing up to nearly 50 cents nn hour in the Tncific states. The prices of teams reported were in a great many instances as low as the 1914 level. It is probable, bow-ever, that there will be an increase when the farming sea Gon begins, as teams have always been cheaper in winter. ROADS ARE BIG BLESSING J Thf. cost of keeping up Amer ican roads and building new ones last year was $4 for every man, woman and child after deduct ing money from nuto license fees. So. reports the National Automobile Chamber of Com merce. It is equivalent to a cent and a tenth a day for each of us. To save that much, few would sur render even the street in front of their house. Koads are about the greatest blessing of civilization, also, the cheapest. - Floods Delay Work. Millions of dollars of roadbuilding in northeastern Louisiana has een sus pended temporarily, owing to high wa ter in several parishes. The floods may delay roadbuilding there for two or three months. Millions Spent on Lincoln Way. Kvpenditures on the Lincoln high way last year brought the total spent on this trans-continental highway since its dedication in 1913 to $10,000,000, or more than twice the amount that was figured necessary. Activity in Nebraska. Reports show that the state of Ne braska has been active In highway building recently. That state led all others in 1921 In construction of the Lincoln highway. The state built 109.C3 miles of paving on that trans- continental road last year. Concrete Road Paving Cost The overage cost per square yard of plain cement concrete road paving, not including grading, is $2.57, accord ing to bureau of roads figures on fed eral aid roads of the United States. Your Skin is So Fragrant and Smooth Each cake of Cashmerer Bouquet Soap holds the perfume of a thousand fra grant petals. For three generations, lovely women have enjoyed its purity. A sensible recipe for lovely complexions is rain water and this pure soap. COLGATE'S Cashmere Bouquet Soap LflTge size . 25c Medium size, 10c Luxurious Lasting Refined It's almost as difficult for you to get a man to take your advice as it is for you to take his. Don't overdo a thing unless you also wish to do it over. Don't undertake to make the other fellow sorry unless you are willing to be sorry yourself. , ; Teople have so many ways of being mean ! Highest Quality- Lowest Prices The entire Goodvear effort of manv years has been toward cne result the tire buyer's advantage. Goodyear has taken two methods to achieve that result. One has been to raise the quality of Goodyear Tires. The other, to lower Goodyear prices. Goodyear has succeeded in both to your great advantage. Goodyear Tires are better today than ever larger, heavier and stronger. Many users tell us they are getting double the mileage from them they got from Goodyears ten years ago. Goodyear prices are lower today than ever. On the average they have decreased more than 60 from the prices of 1910. - Look at the figures listed below. Think of the fine performance of the Goodyears you have known, and remember that Goodyear Tires are giving even better performance now - You can get these tires at your Goodyear Service . Station Dealer's. See him today. SSir.r. .... $10.95 ftSdW... $25.50 Sa!f... $14.75 $32.40 $18.00 o'?!.. $3340 32x3X All-Weather Manufacturer's lax extra Western Made for Weetern Trade" 0-So -Easy to Use Colon Silk. Woof and Cotton All at the Seme Tine Putnam Fadeless Dyes lOc More . For Any Package Oyef pgflUBBBIBIliaillEEIIllBIHSBHrara "Mis Lily White will please atand up!" But Phoebe upward wriggled; JJ "I'm Lily White with Faultless Starch." And all the Pupils giggled g liniiiiiniiiiininRuiHnnn If a man's wife cuts his hair he is 1 The man doesn't live who feels at entitled to a lot more sympathy than ease in a room where two women are he gets. whispering. . . , Nothing is so tiresome as an argu- j Jinny a man would rather have "a ment in which nobody gets mad. 1 tooth pulled than pay his taxes. -,v Ff SAY "BAYER" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physi cians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Toothache - Earache Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism Neuritis Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Aipliiu la tbo trad Bark ot Bayer alanafactara of Atoooacetlcaddcatcr or EallcrUcaeM