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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., OCTOBER 6.
sttfssoi shbe "V'-'"-v--i vriiirt!i&2.'g 9 "THF MARINES HAVE LANDED AND HWE THE BrTllATIDNmL fflHAND" 4&8& 1 A TROOP OF ELITE Should you see. on the collar of an American uniform, a globe crossed by anchor and surmounted by a flying eagle, do give to this soldier a particularly sym pathetic and respectful look he bclot.cs to a heroic brigade: he Is a "marine"! EUGENE BRIEUX. By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN APT. GEORGE K. SHU- LER and four noncom missioned officers of the United States marine corps took possession the other day In the name of the United States of a well on Section 2 of the Teo pot Dome naval oil re serve, 40 miles north of Casper, Wyo., and a lit tle to the southeast of Yellowstone National park. A queer sort of place for the United States marines out on the open range, thousand miles from salt water! Don't get astonished. The marines weren't. They've been 'most every where else, and done 'most everything else. It was ail In the day's work. Doubtless Capt Shuler reported to Washington as usual. Just as the ma rines have been doing since 1775: "The marines have landed and have the situation well in hand." Possibly the most Interesting thing about the Teapot Dome expedition Is the fact that the notice to quit was served on the Mutual Oil company, al leged squatter, June 13 of this year. Why? Because one of the many unus ual things about the unusual marines is the unusual fact that June has been the usual month with the marines for doing things, from their establishment by the Continental congress June 8, 1775, to their stopping the Germans on the march to Paris June 2, 1918, at Chateau-Thierry. And who's their commandant? MaJ. Gen. J. A. LeJeune. Can you beat it ! Tes; the marines have leen almost everywhere and have done almost ev erything. One reason for this, of course, is that they can do almost anything. So X'ncle Sam sends 'em along when he needs a little bunch of efficiency. And as for rifle shooting why, 93 per cent of the murines wear the medals of marksmen, sharpshoot ers or exiHTt riflemen ! Now, a marks man is a rifleman who can hit almost any kind of a murk. A sharpshooter is a rifleman who can hit what the marksman misses. And an expert rifle man Is well, he's simply "battle, mur der and sudden death." The United Suites marine corps is an Independent branch of the military service under a major general com mandant. In general, the corps Is sub ject to the orders of the secretary of the navy, but It may be detached for service with the army by the Presi dent. On shipboard the marines are organized as gun divisions. Tfiey are THE WEDDING BOOTH One of the new suburban churches has a built-in bridal nook. This is a dainty little canopied and pillared af fair and is meant to serve for wed dings where the full church is not needed. It has a separate entrance for the bride and groom and space for a small company of guests. There are lots of girls who would like a church wedding, but the groom balks at the show and parade when there is a No Call to Kick. "A man ain' got no right kickln' against luck," says Charcoal Eph, ruminative!), "when all he got t' do is spit on be hand an' say Sir f de gang boss." Richmond Times-Dispatch. All Have Their Trouoies. "I can't find a place to park my car," complained the Rich Man. "And I can't find a seat in the car to park myself." growled the Poor Man. t'in rlnnuU Enquirer. Ml vr x k. a. -a designed also for expeditionary duty. They are used In guarding American interests in foreign countries lu times of disturbance. Four years is their term of service. They must be between eighteen and thirty-six years of age, able-bodied, of good character and able to pass strict mental, moral and physical tests. Now, the recurrence of the June ac tivity in the long record of the marines is really remarkable. Their first en gagement was June 27, 1777. In an action off the New Foundiand banks in which the American frigate Han cock captured the British frigate Fox. June 1, 1805, a detachment of ma rines stormed Derne, a stronghold of the Tripolians. The honor of planting the first American flag on Old World soil Is to the credit of Lieutenant In the career of the marines: Here are some other June Incidents In the carer of the marines: June 23, 1812, they participated in the engagement between American fri gate President and the British frigate Belvidere off the north Atlantic coast. June 14. 1814, marines aided In rais ing the blockade of Chesapeake bay. June 2, 1S3G, the First battalion be gan participation in the war against the Creek Indians of Florida. June 25, 1840, marines raised the Stars and Stripes over the fortress of Monterey, Mexico. In June of 1S.12, Commodore 51. S. Perry's peaceful expedition to Japan landed the first English-speaking peo ple to set foot ou the Island. Marine detachments were lu the exH1ition. June 28, 18C2, Admiral Farragut passed the Confederate batteries at Vicksburg ; 400 marines were with him. In June of 1804, the marines fought the rifle gun on the topgallant fore castle of the Kearsarge in her historic action with the Alabama off Cher bourg. France. In which the Confed erate privateer was sunk. June 13, 1867, marines landed in Formosa on a punitive expedition. June 9, 1870. marines captured forts 011 the Salee river, Korea. June 12, 1808, the marines landed at Guatanamo. Cuba, In the Spanish American war. June 28, 1000, marines participated In the allied storming of Pekiu. June 14, 1917, the Fifth regiment of the United States marines sailed for France. June 26 they landed. church full of- people .'ooklng ji. This tabloid cathedral effect will have its apieal in such cases. The happy couple can turn up at Hie pastor's study with a suit case and a vanity box and have all the satisfaction of a church wedding in a few minutes. Anything thiwt will make our weddings more genial will be welcomed. Los Angeles Times. Coal in Thirty States. Coal is produced in 30 states In the Union. THE ORIGINAL CHINESE J. F. Rock, adventurous plant hunt er, reports from Kengtung, liurina, to the Agricultural department at Wash ington, that he has found a village of the original Chinese referred to in the oldest historical book of China, which dates buck two thousand years before Christ. "They are called Mino," he says, "and do not eat or grow any rice. Inn only corn. They cut down the for ests and plant coru at an elevation of June 2, 1918. the Fifth and Sixth regiments of marines stopped the march of the Germans on Paris at Chateau-Thierry. When the marines that June day at Chateau-Thierry met the advancing shock troops they calmly set their sights, adjusted their range, picked their men and set to work as method ically as If on the rifle range at Paris Island, U. S. A.- Thereupon It was all off with the Germans. They stopped. And what's more, those that were left of those crack shock troops broke and ran for cover. All Europe gasped. Paris was saved. It was the turniug point of the World war. June 6, In Belleau wood now offi cially renamed "Bois de la Brigade de Marine" the marines gave the crack Prussian Guards the first snmple of their style of offensive work and a taste of a still deadlier thing the American bayonet. This time the nia ripes, stripped to their undershirts, threw away everything not useful In killing, broke Into their battle-cry "E-e-e-e-e y-a-a-h-h-h yip!" and charged Into the jungle of woods and machine gun nests In American style a rush, a halt, a rush again, renr waves pass ing over the dead, behind these waves more waves! Oh, what's the use! No one will ever be able to do Justice to the month and more that it took the. marines to clean Belleau wood at the point of the bayonet. It was without doubt the mist desperate fighting of the whole World war Verdun not excepted. And later there were Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont Itidge and the Chnmpagne ! Of course, the marines were killed off In large numbers. But that's all lu the day's work with them. "We kill or we get killed" is one of their pri vate mottoes. General llarbord, 111 thanking the Second division in General Order No. 40, casually remarked, "The Second division has sustained the best tradi tions of the regular army and the ma rine corps." General Harbord did manage to add that the story of th;?ir achievements would be told in millions of homes in all the allied nations. And that is no lie. It will be a long time before allied Europe forgets the United States marines and a slill longer time before the Germans quit talking about the "Devil Doj;s" as they named them in rage ami fear and admiration. "Say," . said a doughboy husky In Paris and the American Infantryman thinks he's some fighter himself "I don't blame the Froggies for wantin' to kiss every marine they see. Do you know what I seen them double cruci fied rippety blanket) d n murines do with my own eyes? They had taken three trenches and wus stoppin' to fill up with grenades before tacklln' a fourth. The Huns was usin' mustard gas. Well, them marines Ills their pockets and then the crazy nuts takes oil their gas masks and fills 'em up with grenades like market baskets and ofl" they go into the next trench, hell bent for election. Oh, boy !" Can Fish Hear? Fish have no ears, but there Is no doubt that they can detect sounds. It Is probable that they feel the vibra tions which sounds set up In the wa ter, by means of a sensitive nerve that runs down each side of their bodies. Ancient Doors. Greek and Roman doors always opened outward, and when a man was passing out of a house he knocked on the door so as not to open It In the face of a passer-by. thirty-five hundred to four thousand feet on the elephant-shaped mountain of Dol Chang, on which they live. They are the dirtiest people I ever saw, barring not even the Tibetans. Their naked children wallow in the mire with the pigs. ' Tliey are natives of Kweichow province, China, but have migrated over into Yunnan, and even into north Siam." Oratory Analyzed. What orators lnck in depth they make up In length. Montesquieu. cxooooooooooooooooooooooo The Kitchen Cabinet OOOCXXXXXX)00(XXXXXXXXXXXX)0 U22. Vesurn Newspaper Union.) When 1 wus youngrr, I did oft fre quent The Married Bunch, and heard Great Argument About the Fearful Price of Eggs and How To Get a Dollar's Work out of a Cent. And when 1 asked of tlietn their Recompense, What did hey Get for Keeping Down Expense Oh, many a cup of Coffee, Steaming i,ot. Must drown the Memory of their Insolence. Myrtle Reed. k MORE ABOUT BREAKFASTS As for meals, let us begin at the beginning, and serve something differ ent occasionally. When you can have fresh trout fried, broiled, or baked in cream you might not care for salt mackerel, lint It is a delectable dish when well and carefully cooked and served. Bakeo M.ckerel. Freshen the fish . y scakinj in wat';, skin side up, over night. Wipe dry, place In a baking pan and If lacking in fat dot with bits of butter and cook, adding :. teaspoon ful of water more as It evaporates. Ten minutps before serving pour over a cupful of cream, add seasonings and serve piping hot. New England Salt Cod. Cut salt fish in squares and soak over night. In the morning drain and rinse, cover with fresh boiling water and simmer until tender. Spread on a platter and put in the oven. Make a drawn butter sauce of one tablespoonfui of butter and two tablespoonfuls of flour cooked together until the mixture leaves the sides of the pan. Add one cupful of cold water and stir constantly till the sauce is thick and smooth. Pour over the codfish and serve. Minced parsley, a squeeze of lemon juice, or hard cooked egg. chopped fine may be added to the sauce. Cream Eggs With Onion. Fry two sliced onions In butter, but do not brown. Stir in one cupful of milk or cream and two tablespoonfuls of flour, rubbed to a paste with a little cream. Season with salt, pepper, a bit of nutmeg and when thick add eight hard-boiled eggs sliced. Heat thoroughly and serve. Tongue Scramble. Take one cupful of finely-minced cooked tongue, add six eggs well beaten. Season with grated onion, shredded green pepper or minced parsley. Cook in butter. Grape Jelly Uncooked. Conk one basket of ripe Concord grapes with six Duchess apples until soft enough to drain. Take two cupfuls of sugar to one of the juice and stir until dis solved. Pour Into glasses and let stand In a warm place over night; in the morning cover with parallin as the jelly will be thick. A flash of harmless lightning, A mist of rainbow dyes. The burnished sunbeam brightening. From flower to flower he flies. While wakes the nodding blossom. But Just too late to see That Hp hath touched her bosom And drained her nectary. John B. Tabb. PICKLING TIME A nice crisp cucumber pickle which will keep a year and be jnst as fresh as w h e n first pickled, is the fol lowing : Take three quarts of vinegar, one cup ful of water, one cupful each of dry in u s t a r d, sugar and salt. stir until well mixed and then drop in the small, freshly picked and per fect green cucumbers the smaller in size the better, but it is well to have them uniform in size. Larger cucum bers if the seeds are tender will keep well put up In ibis way. Mustard Pickles. Take equal quan tities of small cucumbers, the largest sliced, green tomatoes, cauliflower picked into flowerets and small button onions. Keep them covered with strong brine for twenty-four hours, using one cupful of salt to one gallon of water. In the morning scald the brine and pour it boiling hot over the pickles. When cold, drain thoroughly and pre pare as much vinegar as needed to cover. To one quart of vinegar use one cupful of brown supar, one-half cupful of flour, one-fourth of a pound of good dry mustard. Roil the sugar and vinegar, then mix flour and mus tard with a little cold vinegar and pour into the hot vinegar; cook for n few minutes, then when smooth pour over the pickles.' Tomato Catsup. Put a bushel of to matoes, skins and all, into a kettle, boll until tender, then put through a colander to remove the skins. Mix one cupful of salt, two pounds of brown sugar, half an ounce of cay enne, three ounces of allspice, the same of nince and celery seed, two ounces of cinnamon. Add two quarts of the best vinegar, cook until thick, strain, reheat and bottle. It is well to look at Jars of both fruit and pickles from time to time to be sure that they are In good condi tion. Keep in a cool, dry place. What Stevenson Thought of Music. Robert Louis Stevenson said: 'To make a home out of a household, given the raw material to wit : a wife, chil dren, a friend or two, and a house two things are necessary. These nre a good fire and good music. And In asmuch as we can do without the fire for half the year, I may say music is the one essential." Nature's Discipline. A stern discipline pervades all na ture, which is a little cruel that It may bo very kind. Spenser. Rheumatism and Dyspepsia Are Soon Ended Victims of stomach trouble and rheumatism often find that when their stomach is set in order, the rheuma tism disappears. Thousands of people everywhere have testified that Tanlnc has freed then, of both troubles simul taneously. Mr. Robert Trotter, 148 State St., St. Paul, Minn., says: "About a year ago I began to go down hill. Sour stomach and rheuma tism in my arms and shoulders kept me In misery nil the time. Since tak ing Tanlac all my aches and pnins have gone, and my stomach Is in fine shape. I'm glad to endorse such a fine medicine." Badly digested food fills the whole system with poisons. Rheumatism and many other complaints not gen erally recognized as having their ori gin in the stomach quickly respond to the right, treatment. Get a bottle to day at any good druggist. Advertisement Far-A way Jobs. Knicker Do you look for Mrs. work ? Weary Willie Xo, mum od Is to listen in for It. me nieth- A Rebel. Ethel "So Jack doesn't approve of the modern dances?" Clara "No. He's a young man with "old Ideas!" Some More Truths. 'Y'OTJID you use a steam shovel to move a pebble? Certainly not. Implements are built according to the work they have to do. Would you use a grown-up's remedy for your baby's ills? Certainly sot Kemedies are prepared according to the work THEY have to do. All this is preliminary to reminding you that Fletcher's Castoria was scaght out, found and is prepared solely as a remedy for Infants and Children. And let this be a warning against Substitutes, Counterfeits and the Just-as-good stuff that may be all right for you in all your strength, but dangerous for the little babe. All the mother-love that lies within your heart cries out to you: Be true to Baby. And being true to Baby you will keep in the house remedies specially prepared for babies as you would a baby's food, hairbrush, toothbrush or sponge. -v. ".I't Contents 15FlmdI)raclinj HBB'ESHnAI - 1"'" M Hnn l- 1?bJT iir.i A ULz-wt aMt inn mf As simiiatingnierooa oj ting1AeSlDmadi5MvdPwjsrf Thereby Promoting Di! uieenuuiK-u neither 0plMn.MoipMne nor Mineral. Not Narcotic ?- AlaA-s? V 1 . - DitmoiHrfhr Constipation and Diarrtioei . IchnMS anu i .LOSS . rV-rv resultinglhefcfrorttjnancy- 1 M Jac Simile Snatoreoi UreCnfTAtmCoMPfiO- Exact Copy of Wrapper. 1 fioni's DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pas sage of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for the same Cold Medal en every baa ad accept bo imitation Tom, Dick or Harry? Gertie Gushley Oh, you darling! 1 just heard of your engagement today. Sadie Summerglrl Which one? The worst swindler Is the one who cheats himself. r Ni Fit Morning v eepVbur EVes 5 Iff. IP- K C la an -Clear Healthy IW froe t Cn Baah Mwlao Ca.Chlaafa.Ul j SHE DYED A SWEATER,. SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT WITH "DIAMOND DYES" "Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions bo simple any woman can dve or tint her worn, shabby dresses, stirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies, hanfrines. everything, even if she has never dyed before. Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other kind then perfect home dyeing is sure because Dia mond Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, fade, streak, or run. Tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is w,ol or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton or mixed goods. Advertisement. From saving comes having. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never Euspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the 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. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root, a physician's pre scription, obtained at any drug store, may lie just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. AdvertisemeBt. Learn from the mistakes of others. Children 3 VVuC U M m sr - fs m m m m m m a M mm mm mm mm mmmm. a Are' You Prepared? , A doctor in the house all the time would be a good idea. Tet yom can't afford to keep a doctor in the family to keep baby well or pie vent sickness. But you can do almost the same thing by having at hand a bottle of Fletcher's Castoria, because it is a wonderful remedy for indigestion, colic, f everishness, fretfulness and all the other dis orders that result from common ailments that babies have. Fletcher's Castoria is perfectly safe to use. It is a harmless sub stitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Children cry for Fletcher's Castoria, and mothers recommend it because they have found it a comfort to children and a mother's friend. If you love your baby, you know how sweet it is to be able t help baby when trouble comes. You cannot always call upon a doctor. But doctors have nothing but good to say of Fletcher's Castoria, be cause they know that it can only do good that it can't do any harm and they wouldn't want you to use for baby a remedy that you would use for yourself. MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the TM CCNTAUH COM .ANY, HI. YORK CITY. sSSBflBBslsSBSSSaSSkBBBBBSSBSSSaSBSsfllsB Gives Charming New Color Tone to Old Sweaters PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dyes or tints as you wish And That Settles It. There is a story which Mary Ellen Lease wus fond of relating in the old Populist days. It was of an evan gelist who was preaching a sermon on hell of the old-fashioned orthodox fire and brimstone type. He enlarged upon the horrors to which the lost souls would be subjected ; he prodded his audience unmercifully with his pitch fork and immersed them in a boiling, seething lake. Finally a youth in the congregation could refrain himself no longer. Jump ing to his feet, he exclaimed: "The American people will never stand It in the world !" 1!" ? -c? Ill Hub "What is that saxophone player's name?" Dub "Jones; but that's not what we call him !" There's beggary In the loye that can be reckoned. Cuticura Soap -IS 1DEAL- For the Hands Smp 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talc mm 25c. New Hair to replc old, sbfrtald be grow lur all the time. It will if yoa hu si.n.w n-( Tonic Dont get tuld, fet Q-Bo today It's much mure pleaaTit. At all rood drnrfffa-tt, 73c, or direct from HESSlC-ELUS, fl i tm. 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