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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., OCTOBER 6.
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High quality, ttotieet workmanship coupled with low prioes and latett tTies make easr sales and quick turn-over of your small In refitment. Pre paid express and freight, 10 cent per pair allow ance west of the MtmisMppt, and bonded 24 hotir shipping serrioe help increase profits and make large investments unnecessary. Write now for at.ilog and full Information. If there is do Douglasdealerln your town you may be awarded EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to handle this great nationally advertised product. Any dealer wnoselis snoes can iiicree ms pronts ' by adding W. 1 Douglas shoes to bis line. DTMITMRrD tbt ffi.noo.onohanbeensrntin stlUCilllC.I ndvertiiiing W.IIon(:liULhneii. No other shoes ean equal W. I. Pout?) a in quick sales, because people rail for them. Tberesultsof this advertising and 46 years of honest shoemak ing means sales and profits for you. trtrtsaw. 1st fint svjsabsi ssl km fnt msHtntm. ff .LDQUGLAS SHOE CO., 10 Spsrk Street Brockton, Mm Ask your Dealer for W.L. Douglas shoes Phonetic Spelling Made Easy. She Is beginning to master words of one syllable In her primer, and is deeply interested In the discovery of new words. Apparently, she Is des tined to be something of a lexicog rapher hetself. "Daddy," she inquired, "what does double p, double I and double e spell'" "There is no such word, double p, double i and double e." "Oh yes, there Is," was the grave rejoinder. "It spells two pies." Riches have wings, but frequently they go Into a nose dive. SUSPENDERS A fall wu1! wmt orssort tttarant d (TBe swd SSe). Maa's Gartara (Sue) and Hose Supporters (all rise. Bel. N. robber to rot from beat or sweat. Phos phor Brass. Bustlasj Springs giro tba stretch. ASJ( rOUW DEALER. If haran'tsopplrTOD.send direct, giving' dealer's nams. Aeeept no substitute. Got tne geaaine No-Wj. Look for guarantee snd asm. on borkle. Wnt. for story ox No-way o Bonsai ntrstcD. SB-WAV STftfXN SUSMNOCIt COMPtNT a-iiSiiini If , . A- Wmm rwilli Lmm eaaa.C as SWcb, Make wilt y"V- 1 -vrr -s-v Evert genuine package has the cross and circle printed in red. uia ATE Redecorate with little trouble, less expense and greater satisfaction. There is one best way to do it. Instead of Kalsomine or Wall Paper mm CMSTHPATI(DM Take a good dose CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS The Little Dipper. Tom (at bathing beach) What caused that splash? Joe Oh, a mere slip of a girl. FREEDOM FROM LAXATIVES Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. Pills and salts give temporary re lief from constipation only ut the ex pense of permanent injury, suys an eminent medical authority. Science has found a newer, better wav a means as simple as Nature Itself. In perfect health a natural lubricant keeps the food waste soft and moving. But when constipation exists this nat ural lubricant Is not sufficient. Medl- ! cal authorities have found that the ' gentle lubricating action of Nujol most I closely resembles that of Nature's own ! lubricant. As Nujol is not a laxative I It cannot gripe. It is in no sense a medicine. And like pure water It Is harmless arid pleasant. Nujol is prescribed by physicians; used in leading hospitals. Get a bottle from your druggist today. Advertise ment. lie that would eat the kernel must crack the nut. FEATTY IN EVERT BOX "BTBHMOLA" Is a medicated snow wbite erravi that does wonders for the complexion. RemoTH tan,nioUi-pat-beB,p1niplps,ecxetna,etc. A wonder fat bra bWrb. Mall 11-24. FKEH BOOKLBT Dw. C. H. OT.WWT CO.. 2S7S MVcHnm lww, CHICAGO A man seldom regrets being cau tious except when he loses money by it. Watch Cuticura Improve Your Skin. On rising and retiring gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment. Wash off Ointment In five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful what Cuticura will do for poor complexions, dandruff, itching and red rough hands. Advertisement When business gets dull in a little town it Is glad to possess a "historical shrine." wans of Carter's Little Liver Pills ? then take 2 or 3 for a tew nights alter. 1 hey cleanse your system of all waste matter and Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to take as SUgar. Genuine Uar (gnalmts&gZZiC Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. OUR GO Interesting Features for the Entire Family m Something to Think About By F. A. TPALKER 1 FKOSI THE SHADOWS Hp HE man or woman who smiles Uon us from the lowly cottage door, ever ready to offer a helping hand to the unfortunate and to give cheerful encouragement to the weary, has, through tenderness and love, found the way to a sunshine that grows brighter and brighter until the end of life. The dismal p;inoraiiin of dark clouds has drifted away from the sky and nothing remains but the crys tal depths of benevolent blue. lespair has yielded to confidence, but not without first marking its exit with sorrows and tears, and perhaps also ragged dishonor, thus fitting the soul for the comforting change. Krrlng. thoughtless, selfish, un true, and living In the valleys of darkness while the beauties of Na ture were striving for mastery, the shadowed soul ' found It difficult' to rise to the glorious heights where the atmosphere was sweet and pure. If, when you are In the shadows, you expect an angel from heaven to come to earth and lead you away to a blissful elysium, you will find that you are still living among shadowy delusions. To break away from the sombrous shade lurking everywhere about us Uncommon Sense JOHN BLAKE HONESTY A TKX-IH LLAK bill Is either good or bad. A man Is either honest or dishonest. If he is honest he will not cheat or steal, or take undue advantage of an other man, under any circumstances. If he Is dishonest, his cheating and stealing will be limited only by his opportunity or his timidity. The difference between big thieves and little ciooks is sometimes a dif ference of opportunity more often a difference of courage. The little thief doesn't steal con tinually because he is afraid to. The big thief has less timidity or less Imagination, and steals whenever he has a chance. Rut one is just as dishonest as the other. And often the little fellow is the worse, for he adds cowardice to his crookedness. A full-grown man or woman, trained in life who doss a dishonest action, will do another under the same cir cumstances. A boy or girl, lacking this training will sometimes become straight with the growth of intelligence. For the anrient adage about hon esty being the best policy Is so ap parent to common sense that even peo ple who are mentally crooked often turn honest and remain honest, mere ly because more profit can be hiul In that manner of life. It Is well to apply the honesty test to yourself, and change your method If you find that under certain circum stances you would take ndvantape of a fellow creature legally or Ille gally. It Is well to drop friends that you catch cheating at cards or at golf, or In business. For the cheat Is n par- 1 Ttlot tier's Cook Boo aiiuiui:iiii!!ni!ti!ii!iuiiiin!!iiuui;ii!iiiiuiiii!iiii;iii The warm raindrops aslant the sun And In the rain the robins sing; Across the creek in twos and troops. The hawkllne; swifts and swallows wins'. WHAT TO EAT pVSHES for luncheon that are not ton filling will be found in the 'ollowing : Ham and Noodles. Butter an enrthen baking dish, put inlo the bottom a layer of cooked noodles, add a layer of cold boiled ham cut into small bits, then another layer of noodles. Repent until the dish Is full. Bent one egg, jidil one cupful of milk and pour Into the dish. Cover with crumbs, dot with butter and bake In a moderate oven. Baked Sausages With Rice. Cut pork siiusheps into thin slices. Butter a baking dish and till with cold boiled rice. Moisten the rice with wa ter In which beef extract has been dis solved. Spread the sliced sausages over the rice and bake In a hot oven until the slices are crisp. Graham Gems. Take one cunful' each of 'sour milk and grahum flour, one-half teaspoonful of soda, a little salt, one egg, well beaten, two tablespoonfuls of sugar and three of shortening. Bake In well greased gem pans. Baked Eggs With Cheese. Make toast of rounds of bread whlrh have been cut nearly through MAGAZINE SECTION 151 is extremely difficult, but with a heart filled with a struggling radi ancy of faith, sustained by qualities which only faith can give us, we can do It, and reach the state of tranquil content which comes quiet ly to the earnest and sincere, like the sunshine of morning after a night of storm. We may clap our hands to the heights but we cannot reach them except by our own unceasing en deavor. We must expect tired, bruised feet, we must anticipate slips and falls and a sickening sense of our own in firmities, but we must keep climbing keep holding fast all the while to the hand of shining-eyed Faith, who. In spite of our unworthlness, will lead us hour by hour to higher ground. There are many ways in which we may belli ourselves, but not until our hearts have been properly attuned tft the dominant key and kept In tune. Hard work, high thinking and a charitable attitude towards others will be found helpful attendants, for with out their first aids ntf mnn or woman however accomplished or exalted, can hope to emerge from the shadows and write an acceptable record of a well spent life. ( by McClur. Newspaper Syndicate.) SCHOOL DAVJS TrWri vir the Aree! REN5 J 4 PUWM AS TAe nose OH nour. w.e , v AX VOOR. rAA rWS Mae 301,6 "tPM- SAW). 0 'S coe for oh w- woje Tue wea or kionrp Trte OB. CUT AU- THR0M5 QR BUM Te BMW OR. riETw6 oa owea. J)'D 006HT H MOWS. AwM ticularly despicable form of crook, and deserves no friends whatever. Never think that a man or a woman is a little dishonest, or dishonest about some things and honest about others. They are 100 per cent honest or not honest at all. They are honest In everything or honest In nothing. If they are honest, as we believe most people are, they are worthy to be trusted. If they are dishonest, knowing what dishonesty means, the wider berth you give them the better It will be for you. by John Blake.) 1 with n smaller cutter and the center thus made hollowed out. Mix grated cheese with cream and spread over the toast. Arrange on a platter, break an egg in each depression, sprinkle with seasonings and cheese, dot with but ter and set into the oven In a dripping pan of hot water. Bake until the eggs are set. lit'-"-. Western Newspaper L'nlon.) -- ONCE IS ENOUCH QOfflM IV V villi N'D 6HT TO MV& il'.3rV ,'11 J f UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII3 KIDDIES SIX 1 J Will M. Maupin f niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifi SMILE AND HUSTLE XX7HEN your plans go all awry, " Smile and hustle. Not a bit of use to cry. Smile and hustle. Waste of time to fret and scold ; Brace,. and get another hold; Meet the future brave and bold Smile and hustle. Some big scheme wound up In wreckl Smile and hustle. Bud luck smite you In the neck? Smile and hustle. Be a man among big men. Grab a hold and try again. Spit upon your hands, aud then Smile and hustle. When a brave mnn hits the bumps Smile and hustle. Then Is when he up and humps. Smile and hustle. Waste of time to weep and wail. Just forget that small word "fall." Don't moon 'round till you go stale Smile and hustle. Everybody has bad luck. Smile and hustle. That's the time to show your pluck. Smile and hustle. Say, "Hard luck, good-by to you," Start off on a tack that's new, Keep straight on with purpose true. Smile and hustle. ( by Will M. Maupin.) A c05rt' 1 vrtWVDNT Q ,M V0OR. Srioes, Tfe REROea OF 1U6 ToTenS The Friendly Path By WALTER I. ROBINSON SIX AND CITIES D ON'T blame sin on the cities. than the people within it. If the peo pie are honest, God-fearing, law-abiding and live up to the teachings of their churches, regardless of denomi nation, they'll find little cause for com plaint no matter where they live. But when they know what Is right and don't do It or don't Insist on others following the best pathway, they are likely to be disgruntled with condi tions which they bring upon them selves. . We know a great deal about most ol the big cities, but we know Just at much of the small towns and open country, and proportionately, we be lieve, there Is no difference In the volume of wrong-doing. And we con fidently believe that If people hailing from the small towns and country would be as devout to the cause of right as they claim to be when they come Into large communities, the blotches on cities' reputations would be much fewer than they are. It Is true that there are many more amusements and inducements in big towns. which are likely to divert new comers' attention from church work and home life. But none of these will lead people from the proper pathway unless they are willing to be led. Even commercialized amusements on the Sabbath will have no harmful effects on those who know they are wrong, if they wish conscientiously to follow the safe pathway. Remove from every big city the sin ners who rush in from small places for biding and the police and uplift workers would find little work neces sary in order to preserve the stand ards of morality and honesty which are so greatly to be desired. Able ministers, fine churches, edu cational opportunities, science. Inven tion and commercial and Industrial progress of the cities are the kind of Inspirations which should make the world In general more happy, comfort able and thankful to God. (Copyright by the Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.) n I TALES nm CITIES Button, Button, Who's Got the Button? AVALON. CAT,. Here's a big one that didn't get away. He's the season's biggest swordflsh. Catching him brought to Harry 3. Mallen, Los Angeles broker, the Tuna club's fa mous gold button, coveted by every sportsman the world around. A lazy sea; a sweet west wind. Mallen's power-boat. Captain Pence at the tiller, cruising easy, trolling the skipjack bait On the horizon, Cata- Pelican Out of Place in Yellowstone YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Excitement is rife in the wild animal community of the park since the scandal about Mr. Pelican received public attention. The ducks are quacking about it, the squirrels are chattering it and the bob-cats are broadcasting it in their shrill voices. Mr. Pelican maintains his stately mien, seemingly unconscious of the gibes of the multitude. His trouble started with the charge by Prof. Henry B. Ward, head of the department of zoology of the Univer sity of Illinois, that he is a trout "hog" and violator of all the tenets of good sportsmanship. Professor Ward is conducting an exhaustive In vestigation for the federal bureau of fisheries at Lake Yellowstone In Yel lowstone National park as to the re lationship . between the pelican and the trout supply. The flock of pelicans that live and breed on Lake Yellowstone numbers about 400. They "summer" aristo cratically at the lake, feasting on the best the land affords from spring un til September, then go to their win ter resorts along the Gulf of Mexico. The bird diets almost exclusively on fish, and, so far as the Yellowstone and other Rocky mountain lakes and Use of the Lady's TEW YORK. The most graceful reporter grasped Marguerite Walz of Philadelphia to his chest re cently In the Hotel Commodore and learned from her the proper use of the thumbs In dancing, the New York Herald states. Miss Walz, to begin with. Is a teacher of dancing. Furth ermore she Is a policewoman in the town where she teaches the ballet, the trots and the waltzes. The town Is Philadelphia and Is to be congratu lated. Miss Walz was attending the an nual convention of the International Association of - Masters of Dancing, which was holding forth In a ballroom opposite that occupied for the same purposes by the American Nntional Association of Masters of Dancing. Love Laughs at Locks and Locksmiths CHICAGO. A love affair between a Jail guard and a woman prison er and her escape from the Cleveland workhouse figured in the arrest of John Whitmore, fifty-three years old. The story began two years ago, ac cording to the detectives, when Whit more was a guard at the Cleveland House of Correction and Mrs. Ger trude Staples, twenty-six years old, was serving a sentence for bigamy. Whitmore became infatuated with the woman, planned and effected her escape, and then got her a position as a maid. The guard visited her in her new home, but a subtle change had come over her. Her lips were not so willing as before, and her glances, often averted, seemed to have lost some of their fire. Could her heart, perhaps, have been with one of her husbands? John's worst fears were realized one evening when he found Gertrude had left suddenly for Chicago. For a time Whitmore had uo knowl edge of her whereabouts, but several days ago, learniug that she was living Female of Species T ANSAS CITY, MO. One thousand letters, 300 of them proposals of marriage, have been received by Marie (Peggy) Beal, the blac'.:-eyed, bobbed-haired beauty awaiting trial for the murder of Frank Warren An derson, her "perfect lover." Miss Beal shot .. . killed Anderson In a downtown hotel two months ago when she suddenly discovered lie was his "fiftieth love." The men v ho went to marry Peggy nre from all walks of life. A Detroit minister wrote "she Is FROM I Una island's cave-pitted shore. A fine day for the sworded marlin. Suddenly the marlin appears. Evi dently he decides that the power boat Is his foe. He charges, quicken than the reel can take In the slack. Penco twists his wrist and the terrific lunge misses. The gaff drives deep. The sword fish is drawn In by windlass. Eleven feet four Inches of fighting sea flesh, 239 pounds size and weight more than twice that of the man whom he could have Bkewered on his weapon If he'd had a striking chance. Captain Pence consults his watch 1 hour 5 minutes. Mallen exhausted, disheveled, sinks beside his kill. For such sport men come questing around the earth. For it they leave) business and . family. Of their suc cesses they boast In the clubs of two continents. What does It mean to them? a little gold button to pin on a swelling-chest. . in. ST-. streams are concerned, this means ex clusively en trout. . He estimates that the 400 pelicans consume more trout than are taken during an entire sea son by sportsmen. The pelican Is no respecter of size limits or open seasons, Profesor Ward charges. He declared he had seen a platoon of 36 pelicans ranged across a stream In regular formation, prey ing on the trout as they "swam up to spawn. Hitherto the stream had yielded trout eggs by the millions, but hatchery men this year could gather only a fraction of the normal amount The fact Is granted that Mr. Pell can's home life Is above reproach. He is a good provider, a good hus band and father and is strictly monogamous. Thumb in Dancing Maj. Ned Gaynor, who Is eighty years old and dean of the latter or ganization, said that the approved po sition in dancing for the lady was when- the latter has her left thumb against the right shoulder. , Miss Walz sneered at the major's Idea of the use of thumbs. She of fered to demonstrate. The most graceful reporter seized Miss Walz with his right arm, snatched her to himself, and to the tune of "Kitten on the Keys," streaming from phono graph, executed what is known south of Fourteenth street as the "Summer Squash," "You will observe," gasped Miss Walz, "that when I (gasp, gasp), try pressing back my escort by exerting pressure (gasp) with my thumb upon his shoulder that I merely enrage him and he (gasp) hugs me tighter. "But when I place the thumb thus " and here she moved the ball of her thumb to the tip of the grace ful reporter's nose "-and press up ward vigorously he steps back. And If I move my thumb to my partner's eye and press and turn at the same time I am free." The graceful reporter was helped to a chair and Miss Walz proceeded to describe her latest dance inventions. at 1421 West Jackson boulevard, hej forged a warrant for her arrest and, posing as a deputy sheriff, went to the bouse. He waited outside until she appeared and then attempted to put the handcuffs on her wrists. Mrs. Staples screamed and ran east In Jackson boulevard "with Whitmore at her heels. At South Racine avenue the two police sergeants Joined In the chase, captured both Whitmore and the woman and took them to the Des plaines street station. After they had told their stories, Mrs. Staples was re leased and the former guard was held pending "advice from Cleveland. Deadlier Than .Male not all bad" and that he would "llfi; her up." A Galveston sea captain would take her far out on the briny deep so she could forget the pest. A widower of San Diego is certain she would "make a good pal." A convict in the San Quentin (Cal.) prison writes that he is doing fancywork and will soon have 990, enough to get a divorce. Six hundred of the letters are from , heart-wrecked girls who see a simili tude in their cases to hers. Apparently all these ardent suitors take It for granted that the pretty killer will be given her freedom by a jury. Otherwise, of course, mar riage with her would be more or less unsatisfactory even if safe. Well, it's likely she will not be found guilty of murdei in the first degree. Peggy, when she is given a pre liminary hearing In about two weeks. Intends to testify she shot her heart breaking lover, first, to save other girls from him, and, second, because be deceived her.