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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., NOVEMBER 3.
i STYLE IN FUR GARMENTS; FANCY HAIR ORNAMENTS FUR garments, and particularly fur roars, require much discrimination on the part of their makers, who must see to It that the design is in keeping with the character of the fur used. Flue furs uiean patrician wraps a certain restraint in design, real artist ry In following the mandates of fash ion, sumptuous garments that bespeak refinement. All these things must be kept In mind or the garment will fall short of perfect success and It Is not Gracious and Luxuriant easy to forgive failure when such means as One furs are In the hands . of designers. In the gracious and luxurious coat pictured here there Is nothing to criti cize. It la made of Persian Iamb, with marten' collar and cuffs, and reveals original but conservative designing. Appropriating those features of the mode that distinguish it from coats of other seasons, it develops an uneven hem line, with points at the sides, and Introduces a new diagonal front oen ing In which one side crosses over the other below the collar. The sleeves re reputation large and flaring to ward the wrists, finished with marten fur like the collar. Its lines are long and slender and its ample collar soft and unusually becoming. Baby caracul and broadtail are furs that are supple enough to lend themselves easily to a ran M.t W Head Dresses Are the making of modish wraps. These in clude bloused models and box coats, as well as capes. Among the last are cloth capes lined with fur, that seem even more luxuriously warm and cozy than fur coats lined with silk. Box 'coats of fur are very smart and usually they adopt the wide, straight, upstanding collar that looks as if it could fortify one against any degree of cold. Between voluminous fur col lars and sheltering hats, the face is nearly covered with a barricade against wintry blasts, and eyes look contentedly out upon a snow-covered world. ' Coats and wraps of fur-fabrics are not far behind those of natural furs lu richness and warmth. In durability they have the advantage; nothing is more lasting. They are mude on the same lines as wraps of natural fur and employ real furs for voluminous col lars and cults. Diadems, coronets, bandeaux and garlands made to encircle the heads of beauty are all In the running for the coming winter evening gaieties with bandeaux and garlands far in the lead. It Is a gold and silver season and it follows as the night the day that head Style Tips for Fall. Skirts long, draped to one side, nar row about the ankles; waists bloused over wide or narrow belts which circle the hips; brilliant colors in embroid eries, stitchings and beaded designs these" are the distinguishing features of the autumn fashions in dresses and -.iilts as offered by retail merchants. Bead and Lace Garniture. Blouse trimmings are very interest ing this season, being principally bead and lace Motifs are embroidered in i i .......... ............ ....n dresses will I i rich am1 sparkling, however simple. They begin with ban deaux that are merely wire wound with gold or silver tissue anil orna mented with small metallic flowers or fruits at intervals, or adorned with little, fine millinery flowers. Very nar row ribbons with metallic edges and metallic ribbons fisnlon some of the flowers and make pretty rosettes. The most popular of bandeaux or rarlands Just now appear to be those Coat of Persian Lamb. u ade of small velvet or metal leaves that call to mind the laurel wreath. Velvet leaves. In orchid, emerald, brown and yellow tones, have their edges outlined with gold or silver paint usually, and the favorites are rose foliage and little Ivy leaves. Small heads of wheat. In the same coloring and nietallzed. are Interspersed with the lea vet occasionally, suggesting that they are for gi ..-haired wearers. Kmerald green or black velvet ribbon, twisted and finished with a small rosette, bow or ornament. looks partic ularly well In gray or white hair and brilliant ornaments of onyx and rhlne stones are wonderfully well placed against such a charming background. The popular garland of leaves pic tured employs blue and silver tissue pasted to a crinoline foundation for the leaves, and silver paint for the out- ft nNMH Rich and Sparkling. line about their edges. The leaves are attached to a narrow ribbon and the ends of the garland are hooked or otherwise fastened together at the back. Wired lace, spangled with pearli and rhinestones and Joined to a jew eled bam. furnish the most elaborate of headdresses for evening and the metallic cloths inspire many draped turbans which appear to he wound about the head. In addition to all these combs In many shapes and colors set with mock Jewels will add to the sparkle and glitter of the dressy coif fure. Speuking of coiffures, there is a whole new floe It of them and they are greatly varied. In many of them the hair. In braids or strands, is wrapped about the head, in nearly all it Is loosely waved. At least 50 per cent reveal a high halt dress with puffs and curls sparingly used, and there is also an interpreta tion of the "early veea'inn" style with hair parted In the midJIe and brought down over the ears. tomtom rr totum wnraiu umcm different colored beads and used on the body as well as the sleeves In some Instances; In others the trimming is concentrated on the sleeves. Then there is wool lace which is very effec tive. Some use this for panels, while others use it as an embroidery, with the banding across the bottom, tuning sections of it for trimming here and there on the body. Millinery Colors. Brown and black ore colors much in evidence in autumn millinery. I n J CThe Kitchen Cabinet CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOCXXXXXX) hmUmi xswway nr Liuiun.1 I might wish the world were better, I might 'sit around and slKh For a water that is wetter And a bluer sort nt sky. There are times I tnink the weather Might be better one. But when taken all Kgether. It's a good, old world we're on. I might tell bow I could make it. But when I have hud my say It is still my Job to tuke It As It is, from day lo day. Edgar Guest ECONOMICAL MEAT DISHES A shin bone of beef is most otter, served as a soup, but the following dUh is worth a trial: Shin Bone of Beef With Cre ole Sauce. Take three or four pounds of the shin bone, one onion sliced, one carrot sliced, two cupfuls of tomato, one green pepper chopped, one-fourth of a teaspoonful of celery salt, one fourth of a teaspoonful of paprika, and one teaspoonful of salt. The meat Is dredged with flour, scared In hot fat and the other Ingredients added. The heat is lowered and the meat is cooked until tender. Serve on a plat ter with gravy. A covered Iron kettle Is the most desirable utensil for long, slow cook ing; better than the casserole, as the kettle holds the heot at a higher tem perature, keeping n all the flavors and Juices. Savory Beef. Tnke three pounds of the shin of beef, three large onions sliced, . one teaspoonful of salt, one fourth of a teaspoonful of pepper, one tablespoonful of catsup, one-fourth of a teaspoonful each of ground cloves, thyme or summer savory, one pint of brown stock, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar. Brown the onions In the mar row fat. Cut the meat from the bone and dredge with flour. Prepare the stock by cooking the bone In water for a time then adding bone and all to the kettle with the other Ingredi ents and simmer until the meat is tender. Shin of Beef With Sauce. Bone the meat, roll In seasoned flour and sear well. Add a pint of water and sim mer until tender. Serve with the fol lowing sauce: One chopped onion and carrot browned In some of the mnr row fat, a few sprigs of parsley, one half cupful of diced celery, one cup ful of tomato and salt and paprika to taste. The roads of happiness am not The selfish roads of pleasure seeking. Where cheeks are Mushed with haste and hot And none has time for kindly speaking. But they're the roads where lovers stray. Where wives and husbands walk to gether, And children romp along the way Whenever it Is pleasant weather. Edgar Guest. EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS Before the cucumbers are all gone try the following recipe: - Celery Pickles. Take small-sized cucumbers, wash well and let stand in Ice wnter for foui hours. Put a few slices of onion in the bottom of each Jar, wipe the cu cumbers and drop them Into the Jar with foui or five stalks of celery to each can. To one quart of vinegar add one cup ful of sugar, one-half cupful of suit, heat and pour boiling wnter hot ovet the pickles. Seal as usual. These art good in a month. Yellow Tomato Preserves. Wash the small egg-shaped tomatovs with out peeling, put on to scald with sugar, using three-quarters of a pound of sugar to a pound of the fruit. Ad: a lemon or two sliced, removing t lie seeds; add a dnsh of vinegar if thf preserve seems too sweet. The tomii toes vary so In swtetness tint; it is hard to give a correct proportion Cook until thick ; the skins will .-oo!i and add flavor to the preserve. China Chile. Cut Into small piece; two pounds of the neck of lamb, dis carding any extra fat. Soak one cup ful of dried beans. Take one head of lettuce, two sliced onions, two cup fuls of boiling water and salt and pep per to season. Soak the beans over night, add them to the meat and vejie tables and simmer until the meat If tender about three hours. Savory Rice. Cover the bottom oi an oiled baking dish with cooked rice spread with fried onions and stewei tomutoes with grated cheese, nnc finely minced plmentoes. Ilepe.t th lnyer of rice, using three cupfuls ol rice, two cupfuls of tomatoes, one and one-half cupfuls of fried onions three-fourths of a cupful of grated cheese and one-half cupful of piinen toes. Finish the top with rice and cheese and bake three-quarters of an hour. Corn fritters or pancakes, using canned corn, are always In season. These are nice with chicken or may be placed on hambnrg steak cakes, surrounded with a thick tomato sauce and garnished with parsley, making a very festive looking dish. Early Loaf Sugar. The art of making louf sugar was Introduced by a Venetian in the Fif teenth century, who received a large reward for his discovery. The loaf sugar of other days was not in the convenient form of cubes as we have It now, but was large like a round loaf of bread aud was some trouble to cut. It Might Be Worse. It might be worse. Suppose the fly and the mosquito had the same . (irk ing hours. Birmingham News. i 1 uv 'POOR SIRE IS ALL OF HERD" In Making Selection of Boar, Consid er His Individuality, Ancestry, and His Offspring. Everyone who will need a boar next winter knows it Just as well now as he will later on. "Procrastination is the thief of time." so why wait un til everyone has picked out the best and only the culls are leit? Again you may make the mistake of buying a young hoar and start using him without trying him out. In selecting a herd boar, three things should be considered, individu ality, ancestry and if an aged animal, his offspring. In considering the individ ual, of course type, quality, bone, mas culinity and size for age are the main things to consider. The prospective purchaser should always insist on see ing the sire and dam, and as many of the close relatives as possible. By so doing, one gets a good Idea of what he can expect from the hoar when he Is mated to suitable females. Of course, the surest buy Is to buy the aged hoar which has been tried, and in considering him, one should always insist on seeing as many of his off spring as possible. Here one has a sure check of what the boar will do. It has been said that, "A good sire is half the herd, but a poor sire is all of it." No statement is more true Breeder Who Does Not Use Sires Su perior to Females Is Going Back ward. and the breeder who does not use sires which are better than the fe males he has. Is going backward. He can only go forward by using better sires. Harry II. Smith, assistant professor animal husbandry depart ment, Colorado Agricultural college. PUREBRED ANIMALS DO BEST They Won't Stand Bare Pastures in Summer and Empty Mangers in Winter Feed Right. A purebred animal represents n con tinuity of ideals and ideas of fanners and breeders of most breeds for long periods of time. Find out what the breeders of your choice breed want, what they have worked for and what their ideas are and then get into pace with them. Purebreds do better than scrubs when given necessary feed and attention. They can look Just as tough and disgraceful as any scrubs if sub mitted to hare pastures in summer and an empty manger in the winter season. Under such conditions, they pay no bills nor taxes. But. give them a chance to grow and develop and they will pay well -for their keep. If they don't, they are not what they should be or you aren't doing as you should. If you are doubtful of the purebreds' worth, try a well grown purebred sire for your next crop of lambs, pigs, calves or colts. FEEDI.NG MINERALS TO HOGS Farmers Believe It Assists Growth and e Development as Well as Pro moting Digestion. It has been well said that nobody has very much really practical scien tific knowledge about feeding minerals to hogs, but most farmers believe that it does assist growth and develop ment, us well as promotes digestion, so there you are. Probably the best form in which to feed it Is in ordinary fine ground raw bone, but some use rock phosphate, claiming equally good re sults. A common mixture is salt, copperas, glauber salts, sulphur and charcoal mixed with ground bone, a combination tlint is not highly scien tific, but probably satisfies the feeder who feels that he must use something of the kind. The best method of feed ing this is in combination with tunkage and in such amount that a 100-pound pig may get half an ounce of it in a day. Crop Rotations. Finding a grower who Is convinced that clover is essential in crop rota tions is as easy as finding quack grass, but finding one who knows all about growing the crop without fail ure is as hurd as finding four-leaf clover Itself. When we do reach that "four-leaf clover" fellow he Is quite apt to insist that the four leaves stand for phosphate, lime, manure and Inoc ulation. Hence all public agencies en gaged In agricultural advancement are bent upon solving the solution of clov er failure. Cost of Making Pork. When corn is 60 cents a bushel and cured alfalfa $15 a ton, pork from well-bred animals can be made at a cost of four cents a pound. Good Weight for Pigs. If a pig is fed liberally virtually all It will eat of a well-balanced ra tionit should weigh 200 to 225 pounds in six months. Raise More Colts. Raise more good heavy draft rolts. Bright Idea. An Kvansville young man, whenever out of the city. Instead of writing to his best girl, sends her every few days a box of candy. She is delighted with his plan and boasts of it to her girl friends, who straightway hint to their admirers to do the same. One of the admirers went to the first-named young man on his return from one of these trips and made com plaint of this habit of his. "The other girls are expecting us fellows to do it, too," he said. "We can't see why you do It. It's expensive and " "Yes," admitted the candy sender, "it is expensive, hut it's- mighty safe. Candy could never tell tales in a breach-bf-protnise suit." Indianapo lis News. WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND sir- For many years druggists have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medi cine. It is & physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad der do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Root has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medi cine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this great preparartion send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. Embarrassing. Wlllis How do you like the com bination furniture they have in some of these New York flats? Gillis Not at nil. I went to bed in a piece of that kind of Junk the other night at a friend's house and when' I woke up', two women were serving breakfast on the foot-board, a fellow was signing checks on the head-board and another fellow was underneath the bed making coffee. Life. To Have a Clear Sweet Skin ! Touch pimples, redness, roughness j or Itching, if any, with Cuticura Oint- ; ment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap j and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to leave a fascinating fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25c each. Advertisement Suitable for Guarding Chickens. -Hill I have a fine poultry yard, but the rats kill the young chickens, and I want to buy a dog to protect them. What kind should I buy? Dell The best kind of a dog for a poultry yard is a setter. London An swers. Not Scared. "Was the city girl skeered of the garter snake?" "Uh! Picked it up and gave a lec ture on Its habitat and species." Louisville Courier-Journal. COPPER ALWAYS IN DEMAND Durability of the Metal Has Made It Almost Indispensable for Variety of Purposes. The many uses of copper may be Imagined from the size of the output. It Is said that if the United States were to cease producing, either all the trolley cars or all the armies of the world would cease operating, for out side of Michigan and Montana there is not enough copper in existence to sup ply both. In the building trade copper is in great demand on account of its dura bility. At first glance the amount of copper seems to be negligible In com parison with iron and steel. It is used or such things as roofing, flashings, cornices, gutters, drain pipes, leaders and ventilators. These are nearly all copper in the large office buildings. In the Woolworth building, in New York, which is today the world's tallest sky scraper, there is approximately a mil lion pounds of copper used for roof ings, elevators and interior decoration. Big Growth in Standards. In 1!X)!) there were less than ten automobile standards; in 19-1 there were more than 300 in actual use by automobile manufacturers. r m Hit Comry gvmnn acAa ham thm enff mnd eirclm mtimtmd in nd. Instead of Kalsomine or Wall Paper Keep Painted Woodwork CLEAN (3 I i"ll II II rrt cleaning easy. Large cake No waste Sab tWuhm Eaeca Morfia's Sea C. New York, U.S. A. mm CARTER? IITTLE IVER PILLS Insures Fresh Charm to Old Shawls PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dyes or tints as you wis! AND THEY GET AWAY WITH IT Truly, the Female of the Species Is More Fortunate Than the Inferior Male. Two cases in Judge Chesebro's court. First, the graceless male arrested for speeding after having imbibed two glasses of claret, $250 or 180 days in Jail. Second the graceful maiden who drove her limousine into a man, failed 'to stop and render assistance, bumped into a cab and hit a flivver. And all without a drop of claret. Ten days in jail suspended. The graceless male might have done a lot of damage, of course, but actual ly his guilt was confined to "reckless driving." The gracefuj female did do a lot of damage. But, of course, she never meant to.ind she couldn't help it, and she was nervous, and there were tears in her eyes instead of claret on her breath, so there you are! Votes for women. The ladies, bless 'em ! Los Angeles Times. - Operatic as Ever. " "Here's a late picture of my aunt she's a former prima donna." "Well, Isn't she still? She looks large enough." SLEEPLESS nights and daytime irritation, when caused by coffee drinking, often require a call on the grocer to avoid a later call on the doctor. Postum, instead of coffee, has brought restful nights and brighter days for thousands of people together with complete satisfaction to taste. You will enjoy the full, rich flavor and aroma of Postum, and nerves will be free from any possibility of irritation from coffee's drug, caffeine. You can begin tha test today with an order to your grocer. Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling fully 20 minutest Postum for Health "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Your WAILS Do your decorating with the nationally accepted wall tint in beautiful nature colors artistic, sanitary, economical, and durable. Clean wooden floors, linoleum, tile, marble, concrete, with SAPOLD Makes all house- win Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. They restore the organs to their proper functions and Headache and the causes of it pass away. THEY REGULATE THE BOWELS and PREVENT CONSTIPATION SX'" yScC Small Pill; Small IW;S Frke i WHERE FORMALITY IS WAIVED Introductions Not Absolutely Demand ed When Gentlemen Engage in Game of Craps. 1 Abe Jockson (colored) was indlctef for stealing money from the statlosj agent of a railroad. As the railroads were then under the control of the government, the trial was in a Unite States court. The station agent, who was white, testified that he did not know Jacksos and had never seen him before the da of tlys theft. Jackson's defense was Ingenious. He did not deny that he got the money from the agent, but claimed that be won It The presiding judge seemed astound ed at the defense, and asked : "Do yo mean to tell me that you won thi money from the agent shooting crapsl "Yes, suit." "Why, the agent doesn't know you-? never saw you before that day!" " 'Deed, jedge, you don't have U know folks tuh shoot craps wif 'etoP Judge. More folks have opinions than even did, but things go wrong just tlkt