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THE HOLBROOKNEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., OCTOBER 27.
The Same Old Backache! Docs every day bring the same old backache? Do you drag along with your back a dull, unceasing ache? Kvcnjng find 70a "all played out"? Don't be discs mged! Realize it is merely a sign yon haven't taken good care of yourself. This has probably strained your kidneys. Take things easier for awhile and help your kidnevs with Doom's Kidney Pill. Then the back ache, dizziness, headaches, tired feel ings and bladder troubles will go. Doan'l have helped thousands and should help you. Atk your neighbor! A Colorado Cae Mrs. W. J. Brad shaw, 1430 E. River 8U, Canon City, Coio.. says: "My kidneys didn't act right and I had a great deal of pain through the small of my hack that made me feel mis erable. I had pains m my neaa ana suffered with dizzy spells. My mother had used Doan'F Kldnev Pills and aha told me to try them. I used Oots i and they cured me." Cat Dosa's at Aay Seam, 60c a Bos DOAN'SDV FOSTER-MILBURN CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. Something in That. "Why do you always buy your clothes on the Installment plan?" They try to give me stuff that will last ontll the Installments are all paid." Boston Evening Transcript Call the Ambulance. "K." says he saw a meek-looking man on the street car who was carry ing; home a rolling pin. This Is the modern way of signing your own death warrant. Brooklyn Eagle. There are some things that are bet ter said than done, but loremaklng Isn't one of them. Prudence, patience, perseverance comma ml success. Reputation Is sometimes more valu able than character. Mrs. Lula Avery San Antonio, Texas. "I used Dr. Plerce'a Favorite Prescription and It helped me very much in feminine trouble, and I am glad to tell others about It. When one can obtain this Favorite Prescription at the drug stores there Is no use suffering." Mrs. Lula Avery. 3419 S. Flores St. If you are a woman suffering with chronic weakness peculiar to your sex yon can be benefited by "Favorite Pre scription." Obtain this famous Prescription now, in tablets or liquid, or write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids' Hotel In Buffalo, N. Y for free medical advice. A safe, dependable and effective remedy for Coughs, Colds, Distemper, Influenza. Heaves and Worms among hones and mules. Absolutely harmless, and as safe for colts as It is for stallions, marcs or geldings. Give "Spohn's" occasionally as a preventive. Sold at all drug store. KILL RATS TODAY STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE It also kills mice, gophers, pralris dors, coyote, wolveo. cockroaches. WMter bum and ants. A Ito box contains enough to kill to let rata or mica. Oct It from roar drug or general storo dealer today. READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS 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 COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for these disorders will often ward off these dis eases and strengthen the body against farther attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Lsefc far tfc. aasaa CoU Modal oa wnrf boa Girls! Girls!! Save Your Hair With Cuticura Soas ZSc, Oiatawat 2S sad 50c, Tilcesi 25c GET RUDY NOW! ffrltm ft nrikafti" Tt upiit TrmmtmrwV" tny Ttl run everrthif Mhen- WrMf Now im f ro ana Crxw Psirw. Btt.r trap and tnprtns Mipplir at loweat rvsC Sfi yeavn' aauave tWiii g. o.Oini.Ot I niF ShtppfasTaarai. Gum Lot, rnr Prle LVat, Rm rIVtJ tD Pack. SuKof Cataiuar. Msr-a. Ns.sc- Sk(rrin Maariasa, fthara to aiip. Tranrs) Boot. Pur Grmdum- I Warn mm mm a pmi cm iout r ll Ui ) 4 W. N. I, DENVER, NO. 42-1922. Southwest News From All Over New Mexico and Arizona lining came too lute l benefit tile ranges in New Mexico and cuttle are 'jelng moved us fast as cars can be ecured. Valley pasture is getting scarce In Arizona. Feeder cattle are inning into Yuniu and Maricopa coiiu ties, Ariozno. Friends of IJobert Anderson, vet eran mining man and owner of the oldest mine in New Mexico, who died In El Puso hospital recently, are searching fur his relatives, who are heirs to a fortune estimated at from $150,000 to 200,000. E. E. Miller, of Hope, X. M.. lias a new steam dinner at work which he claims will turn out over 3,000 cans per day, and Is now running on pears, apples and tomatoes. Mr. Miller says he is going to put up a new building for the canning factory. Inheritance tax collections in Ari zona for the fiscal year ending June 30, 11TJ2, amounted to $05,104.38. ac cording to u report made to Raymond R, Earhart, state treasurer, by Nor! Osborn, Jr Inheritance tax collector. This amount was credited to the gen eral fund. George White, an employ of a pav ing company in Bisbee, fell into a pot of boiling asphalt, and was seriously burned. White screamed for aid as he fell from a plank into the asphalt, and was pulled out by U A. Sullivan, a fellow employe. Physicians say he will recover. The Fort Apache, Arizona, military reservation containing approximately 7,500 acres, has been declared useless for future military purpose and placed under control of Secretary Fall of the Interior Iepartment. The res ervation has been since 13T7 under war department jurisdiction, Neri Osborn. Jr., state tax Inheri tance clerk of Arizona, has been cho sen state adjutant of the American Legion to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of D. A. Little, accord ing to an announcement made public in Phoenix by Celora M. Stoddard, tax commander of the legion. The Sisters or St. Mary, of Gallup, are busy with the plans for a new ad dition to the hospital which will be used for contagious diseases, and added over ?800 to the building fund during the Indian fair by giving a tag day. The new structure will be so built that at any time additions can be added to take care of more pa tients. When completed the structure will cost $4,000. The cotton gin at ltoswell was nearly destroyed by fire recently and the loss Is estimated at over $2,000. which was covered by insurance. Five bales of cotton were also burned with a loss to the owners of about $123 per bale. The fire started in the press room, and Chief t hus. Whiteman is of the opinion that the static conditions of the atmosphere, and friction from electrical machinery caused the blaze. By the time the department reached the gin it was u mass of flames. In a further effort to help the live stock industry in the drought-stricken districts of the state, the Santa Fe railroad telegraphed the state corpo ration committee that the freight on feed stuff would be reduced one-half. The reduction will apply on cotton seed cake, meal and hulls, corn and articles taking corn rates; hay and al falfa. It will be applicable from Santa Fe points, in Texas. Oklahoma, Colora do and Kansas; also from Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., to all Santa Fe points in New Mexico. The reduction has been approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission and became ef fective October 20. Playing .through two matches in the morning and then facing a younger opHnent in the finals for the men's singles championship In the tenth an nual P.order States Tennis Tourna ment, concluded at Tucson, Ferguson of El Paso, defeated Hutchinson, of phoenix, Ariz., In straight sets. 6-1, 6 2. 0-1. At a recent meeting of the city council, the order to pave the main stn-et of Artesia, X. St., was passed and it is planned to begin work as soon as the contract is let. If the present plans are carried out the work will be finished after the first of the year and will do much toward relieving the labor situation during the winter months. I- C. Iitham, owner of several claims in the Iilack Range in the vi cinity of Kingston, recently discov ered a fine vein of silver, which it is said will run over $1,000 to the ton of ore. This Is one of the best strikes in that section of New Mexico for some time and plans are being made to develop the property after the first of the year. In the prospecting work several tons of ore have already been placed on the dump. Governor Mechem refusing to com mute thsentence, Steve Katonka was hanged at Aztec for murdering two taial drivers near Shiprock, X. M. Governor Mechem's statement was In reply to a petition accompanied by fourteen pages of signatures from San Juan county and a telegram signed by ten jurors who sat at his trial. The petition contained a strange request that the governor hold "Mrs. Katonka In prison the full length v.f ti:::e in his power." She was given a term In the penitentiary when Katonka was sen-tem-ed to death. Divide Chicago Series Money. Players on the Chicago White Sox club, which lost the title of city cham pions to the Cubs, received almost as much money per man as their share of the players pool as the new title holders, it was revealed when Leslie O'Connor, secretary to Baseball Com missioner Landis. told of the illusion of the pool. Mr. O'Connor said that the Cubs' share was ?14,7(M1.S.5. The losers' share of The pool amounted to S0,S04.."(l. TALES FROM I Providence Is Merciful to New Yorkers TvTEW YORK. Providence Is meld- " fill to the average man who walks ! the streets of New York, more I lerci itil t hi: n thai man ever knows. Rut Providence iirruiigcs that In-shall never know anything about those adveu Uires. If he did Know about them his hair would be prematurely gray. See fiim as he crosses a busy street, lie glances to the right ami left of him, he chooses an instant when it seems that he will I e able to gain the other side alive, and away he goes. He does gain the other side alive; and so he mounts the curb and strides blithe ly away Into the crowds, thinking no liiore of the incident. Rut behind that T)inn and up and Ann Arbor Is Cruel A XX ARROR. For the student who entered the 1'niversity of Michi gan this year, equipped with an auto mobile and Intending to stage gay par ties In It, there came a great surprise In the form of a city ordinance which has Just gone Into effect. It alms di rectly at the driver of the automobile. The ordinance reads: "Xo more than two persons shall oc cupy the front Feut of an automobile, except thnt a child under ten be the third person. And no person shall be Fcated In the lap of the driver, nor shall the driver be seated lu the lap of another." Such an ordinance Is preposterous, say some of the students. They are wrought up becanse Mie hospitality which allowed all friends to jump in and ride as long as the car could stand the weight of their numbers, has been taken from them. Roscoe E. Ronisteel, city attorney, has taken a different at titude. "The greatest traflic offenders In the state are centered right In Ann Arbor," he says. "And they can be found Ring-Tailed Monkey MEW YORK. Life became monot- ' onous for a little black ring-tailed monkey In Henry Rartel's bird, fish end animal store at 72 Cortlandt street. It had hung by its tail until It bad a corn on It. It had exchanged cuss words with the parrots, and It had chattered In protest against the songs the canaries Insisted on singing. So, with nothing else to do, it begun shak ing the bars of Its cage and got out. Once free, the monkey's first thought was for the parrots, which had Insult-e- It. But it could not get to these birds, their cages being too strong for the little fingers to wrench open. But Ir did get at the canaries and hushed two by wringing their necks. Then, with a canary In each hand. Lost Thirty Hens; SOMERSET. PA. Farmer Schrock of Listie. a small village near this town, entered his imultry house and found that 30 of his fowls had myste riously disappeared during the night. Weasels and other "varmints"- being plentiful in the neighborhood. Farmer Schrock began an investigation to de termine the sort of marauder that had taken his poultry. In his search he picked up a large leather wallet just under a window through which the thief evidently had entered. opening the wallet Schrock was dumbfounded to find it packed full of bills. A count showed $800 In good United States currency. Quietly, but with a definite plan In view, Schrock let It be known publicly that "he had lost 30 fine chickens, but that the thief had paid well for them by leaving a wallet containing $J00 behind." Recently a claimant communicated with Schrock and wanted his money. The claimant admitted that he had taken the chickens and Informed Schrock he had lost his pocketbook First Accident Happens Since Civil War SAX FRANCISCO. Getting run over at the age of one hundred years without sustaining serious injury was the unusual experience of Raphael Galardo of Oakland. Galardo was crossing the street when an automobile lodging around -another car knocked him down. It is the first accident he has had since the Civil war. "I can dodge one of them if they give me half a chance," says Galardo, "but when two of them go after me I must admit I urn not r.s spry lis I iisi-d to be." . lialardo lays the fault o. the ac down the sidewalks beside him there are many people who will remember the Incident sharply as they look back upon the events of the day. For that man. as he made his crossing, came within a few inches of being anni hilated. A dodging taxlcab which lit I adr't noticed I-in! charged out from hehii'it a screening coal truck and the d. stance between the silent vehicle as I- new behind him and the nap on the rear of his trousers had not been apparent to the aghast onlookers at nil. Of course, Providence doe.? not spare the innocent onlookers In this case; they see the ghastly incident and they suffer considerably while it !s hup lenlng. Rut the pain Is far less poig nunt than It would have been had they been directly concerned. It Is much more painful to watch a taxlcab al most run into yourself than it is V. watch one almost run Into somebody rise. It moves you much more. There are 40 dangers the average man passes through In the course of the day. aside from those In a busy street ; 40 dangers which he Is bliss fully unaware of. to Undergraduates i.inoiig the members of the student body. "Police records show that last spring most of the accidents which occurred In Ann Arbor Involved stu dent drivers whose attention was di verted from the business of driving by Interesting companions of the front seat. "In one case where a coupe was overturned an officer, assisted six per sons, three boys and three girls, from the wreckage through the side win dow of the car. We aim to prevent deaths through carelessness due to packing too many Into cars." Goes on Rampage from which it took a bite from time to time, the monkey weut roaming through the store. If upset everything that was upsettable. In the show win dow It got hold of a bottle of polish ing fluid and, finding It not good to drink, the animal gave itself a sham poo. Boxes containing flea powder the ring-tail sprinkled about the lioor and Into the parrots' cages, whereupon they Invented words to fit the occasion and used them vigorously. Finally the monkey, who pushed a packing case against the glass, made a hole. Then the crowd called a police man, who broke the door just in time to see the monkey reaching for gold fish in a big bowl. The monkey aban doned the fish and perched on the chandelier, where it chattered Its opin ion of the law. But the law, having long arms, reached tip and cracked the monkey on the head.' Burns covered It with a cage, while the parrots screamed, the dogs barked and the canaries chirped. Every bird and ani mal In the store had something to say about it. But the riot was over. The monkey was senseless in a cage, so the policeman put a police 'ock on the dcor, barred the broken window and went on down his bent. Found 900 Dollars "somewhere aboii) the henhouse." After Identifying his property the claimant stated that he was perfectly willing Schrock should take out a fair and reasonable sum for the purloined chickens and send him the balance, Schrock, however, was of a different mind. To use the aggrieved farmer's own words: "The thief will offer me better terms before he gets his roll back. lie is well known, and I'm not mentioning his name Just now, but I have the $900 and I'm going to keep It until I get satisfaction. I'm fixing terms on this deal." cident to Inck of severity in dealing with reckless drivers. "They ought to lock them up for a while In jail to think It over." he says. "If they knew they were going to get locked up for certain they -vould try to be careful," Galardo. who is a veteran of the Union army In the Civil war and was wounded In buttle, says that sometimes he thinks the battlefield a safer place than the ordinary unpoliced street crossing. "I guess It s because I am so old that I feel all shnken up over this ac cident. Then, too. I feel that 1 can't do anything. When you are In a battle and somebody does something you have a chance to get back at him. But with nutos you don't seem to have a chnnce." In spite of his cheerfulness it is rluin that the aged man is suffering from shock, and that bruises and a smashed thumb are paining him. But the philosophy that has carried through a century of life keeps him smiling. DYED HER BABY'S COAT, A SKIRT AND CURTAINS WITH "DIAMOND DYES" Tnoli TntAintTt nf 'TliamnTiH Hvpr" ran. I ' tains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her old, worn, rnnert things new. Even if she has never dyed before, elie can put a new, rich color into shabby skirts, dresses, waists, coats, stockings, sweater, coverings, draperies, hangings, everything. Buv Diamond Dyes no other kind then perect home dyeing is guar anteed. Just tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or lk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never streak, pot, fade or run. Advertisement. Honoring the Bard. "What Is the name of your child, auntie?' "Sliakespenre, sail." "Thiit's queer. Why did you name him after Shakespeare?" "Hit's dis way, sail. We done named one boy fur Maj. PolU, whut we rents our lan' fsim, an' we couldn't name dis chile uftev 'im, but de major he al ways sny Shakespeare wuz de bes' friend he had. We done know de frien' o' de major's wuz boun' to be a fine man, si we called dis boy Shake speare." Birmingham Age-Herald. Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp. On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and itching with Cuticura Oint ment. Ij'ext morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Advertisement Air Kail. A twenty-eight hour air mail service Is promised between New York and San Francisco. Air mull to the in terior of Alaska will soon he a fact. Air routes are now being mapped out. In postal service 2.000,000 miles have been flown without a fatality. If You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have you ever stopped to reason why- it is that so many products that are ex tensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten? The reason is plain the article did not fulbll 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. Kilmers fewamp-Koot, a preparation I have sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent re sults, as many of my customers testily. 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-Rootl 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. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Root by parcel post. Address Dr. Kilmer i. Co., Binghamton, X. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention this paper. Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Advertisement. DESIGNED FOR HIGH PLACE Sandy's Prediction for Son's Future. However, Contained One Rather Unfortunate Proviso. In Scotland there is told a story of one Sandy Mcintosh, who started to build a small outhouse of brick. After the usual plan of bricklayers he worked from the inside, and, as he had the material close lieside him, the walls were rising fast when noon ar rived, and with It his son, John, who brought his father's dinner. With honest pride in his eye. Sandy looked at John over the wall on which he was engaged, and asked: "How de ye think I am gettin' on?" "Fine, father; but how due ye get oot? You've forget the door?" One glance around him showed Sandy thnt his soli was right; but. looking at him kindly, he said : "Oh, but ye've got a grand heid on ye, John I Ye'll lie an architect yet. as sure's ycr feyther's a builder:" Philadelphia Ledger. Hint for Amateur Painters. When painting or varnishing soft wood, always first paint the wood with shellac and let it dry before painting or varnishing. This saves about half the paint and gives a much harder and smoother surface ta the wood. Wlty THE path of the coffee or tea drinker is beset with dan gers to health and comfort. These dangers lurk, in the irritant, caffeine, which is the active principle of both coffee and tea. For those who enjoy a well made cup of coffee or tea, but find that it makes them nervous, wakeful and irritable, there's satisfaction and freedom from discomfort in delicious Postum (Softest Ps!Wt'iT5T!M',A Doctor Advised Use of LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Results in Both Cases . St JoBeph,Mis9ouri. "Both of my sides swelled and hurt me so that I could not move or do any of my work. There was heavy pressure and pains through my lower organs and the doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for these troubles. He said I had this one chance, and if the Vegetable Com pound did not help me nothing but an operation would. After taking several bottles I felt it was helping me and now I am able to do my own work. If my testimonial will help others I shall be glad for them to read it and hope your Vegetable Compound will do them as much good as it did me." Mrs. Wm. Lockman, 613 N. 4th St, St Joseph, Mo. White Plains, N. Y. "I had such a pain that I could hardly walk and the doctor said that I needed an opera tion. I was sick for a year before I started taking your medicine and I could not work. I saw your advertise ment in a little book and that is how I came to take Lydia E- Pinkham's medicines. I have been taking the Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text-Boole upon "Ailment Peculiar to Women" will be sent you free upon request. Write to tbe Lydia K. Pink bam Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts Xhis book contains valuable information. fw Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills CARTER'S ITTLE IVER A 4 PILLS "Oh, That TIRED OF THE "OLD STUFF"! Polyandrian Queen Welcomed Import ed Novel for the Reason That It Struck New Note. The queen of the Tolyandrian Isles reclined lazily upon her throne of mas culine skulls. Her seven husbands had all gone a-hunting, and time lay heavily upon her hands. "Bring me a bonk !" she commanded, and seven virgins ran oft to do her Bidding. The queen thumbed the pages of the seven native ncvels. "Bah !" she ejaculated after a time. "The same old stuff. Eight men pursuing- one woman. I'm tired of this eternal pnljgon business. Fetch me one of those racy, risque, imported novels where one man and one wom an brave the world and his wives and dare to love each other despite our polyandrian conventionality. They're n little hit Immoral, perhaps, but what a relief from the banality of our everyday existence." Philadelphia Ledger. His Deduction. "Tou recollect that thick-set Widder Sniatliers, that licked Constable Gun shun about a year ogo?" inquired Mrs. Johnson. "Well, she married him yes terday." "Uli-huh !" returned Gap Johnson of Rumpus Itidge. "Do you reckon she got to thinking it over and finally fig ured that she didn't punish him'enough the first time?" Kansas City Star. World a Mystery. Ham "This is a funny world to live in." Bones "Yes, and so few of us get out of It alive." Risk Your Health? Its fragrant aroma and rich, full-bodied flavor are delightful. Postum is made from roasted wheat and contains no caffeine, nor any other harmful ingredient whatsoever. - OrderfromyourGrocer TODAY! Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addi tion of boiling water. Postum .Cereal (in packages, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being pre pared) made by boiling fully 20 minutes. the table beverage of no regrets. PoStUIIl FOR HEALTH Mads by Postum Cereal Company, Pinkham's Blood Medicine, also Lydia . Pinkham's Liver Pills and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and the capsules and prescrip tion recommended. I am doing all my work and have gained twenty pounds. I am taking the medicines still.but I feel fine. You have my permission to use this letter for the good of others. " Mrs. M.RYMARK,37HamitonAv., White Plains, N. Y. Some female troubles may through neglect reach a stage when an opera tion ia necessary. But most of the. commoner ailments are not the sur gical ones; they are not caused by . serious displacements, tumors, or growths, although the symptom may appear the same. When disturl!ng ailments first ap pear, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound to relieve the pres ent distress and prevent more seri ous troubles. Many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound after op erations have been advised by attend ing physicians. then take 2 or 3 for a few nights af ter.They cleanse your system of all waste matter and Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to take as SUgar. Genuine bear tignatun ygC Small PilL' Small Dose. Small Price. you can never fool ray Ma, 1 know just what thell say, that's as much like Faultiest Starch, As night-time is like day." TIP OFFERED TO DENTISTS Writer Thinks Practice Might MrU gate the Horrors of Tooth Pulling Operations. A new Idea for dentists. If you've never had a tooth pulleft don't read this suggestion, for It's be yond the comprehension of such. Far! One certain friend of a certain den tist in this city,' having read delicious dissertation on the pulling: of teeth via the novocaine method, happened upon the end of the story, in which the dentist said : "That's alL Perhaps you'd better have a lit tle sUmulant." ; ' " ' " ' Ttv venv nf fiiifrfrAotl nn tn tha Wftl dentist his friend wrote: "By intro ducing this innovation there is no doubt but that you can soon take over the entire building for your pracUce. Of course, the technique of extraction will be lengthened. One pull by the dentist to be followed by one pull by the patient, and then, I suppose, a long pull all together." Washington Star. To Remove Tarnish. To remove tarnish from silver, pot one tablespoonful of borax powder In each quart of water. Put in the silver and bring to boiling point. Wipe with a flannel eh th. It gives a onderful polish and savae time, labor and sli ver. Some real estate dealers wa.te lot of time in trying to make moun tains out of molehills. Though malice may darken truth, it cannot put It out. There's a Reason ft inc., Battle Creek, Mich.