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DOINGS OF THE VAH LQOHB Wiio does Father think he is, anyway v- ; ' „7~N. / SEE. PA AHi T "it 'VICE j ,7 F~ATfVgR t 1 " TTTTTT , /PONT ME-NT'ON ,\l have a W L /ISNT it 4rand toA /■aftur all perhapTV X 77 , TUjod p/1 look at -the BEAUTI-j I PICK FLOW ERS. FROfA (T IS A, HICE. THiNcJI ( NEVER. YOU M/ND /I \'VE worked MRf L y\ Fl/t . uuA cs W f= have V ot,a OWN c ? AR oeM.7 , > /- * umzc A ' Picking THOSE FLOWFM.I /S S B p YACUABut time) \ t=Ror-i cv/K. j HAVE: i 'THOSE - U3OKS j - iiii I HI" ■■'■l" ——————————^—■————— ' "' ” ‘ i ~ I DitPriee’s CREAM I I BAKING POWDER I p ; There is no alum in Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder. The names of its ingredients, printed on the label of every can, show it to be [ I made from Cream of Tartar, which * I i I comes from grapes. ' J i K » No alum baking powder or food con taining alum is permitted to be sold in many countries. To avoid alum read the label and use only balling powder made from cream of tartar. island of Cyprus. The island 'of Cyprus has beeE Identified by scholars with the Chit tim of the Bible, and it is recorded that Hiram, king of Tyre, tvho as sisted Solomon in the building of the temple at Jerusalem, had to put down a rebellion of the Cyprians, who had refused to pay tribute. It is more than possible that some of the copper used in the Solomonic temple came from Cyprus, for it was only a day’s sail from the mainland, and at that time was under Phoenician control. Inuring Oneself to Labor. A man should inure himself to vol untary labor and should not give up to indulgence and pleasure, as they beget no good constitution of body nor knowledge of the mind.—Socrates. Knew All About It. “What sort of a school la ’Leazer Tudwinker’s niece goin’ to, up to the city?” “A controversy of music, I b lieve they call it; she’s dearnin’ to be a choir singer.”—Puck. Mean Man. Customer —“I want to get a collar for my wife’s poodle.” Dealer —“Some thing plain, sir?” Customer —“No. something showy and expensive look ing. I want someone to steal the lit tle beast.”—Boston Transcript. Criticism of Nature. “The trouble with this world, Ragg sy,” said Weary Walker, “is just here. In Central America bananas grow wild, but there ain’t no markit for ’em. Up here, where there is markit for ’em, they don’t grow wild. What nacher wants to do toselp the work- j in’ man is to have things grow wild i where there’s a markit for them things.” The Loafer’s Argument. Talk to any loafer long enough and he will tell you a poor man has no chance. —Atchison Globe. PHOTS Strctly high photographic work at reasonable prices. Kodak developing and finishing Work guaranteed to be absolutly permanent Murphy’s Photo Studio Daily Thought. What does' the word “cheerfulness” imply? It means a contented spirit; it means a pure heart; it means a kind and loving disposition; it means humility and charity; it means a gen erous appreciation of others and a modest opinion of self. —W. M. Thack eray. Warm Baths for Your Nerves. A bath at a temperature of 92 to 96 degrees will quiet the nerves in a magical way, even in cases in which drugs of all sorts utterly fail. Such a bath is called a neutral bath, because no action is produced by it and no dis turbance results from overheating. Its temperature is just enough lower than the body’s to carry off the surplus heat without producing a cooling effect. British Empire and China. The British empire has an area of 13,153,712 square miles and a popula tion of 434,286,650. 'The Chinese em pire has an area of 4,277,170 square miles, with a population of 312,400,- 590. Difference Made by Years. When a girl is six, she weeps if tb seams of her best doll loosen up an-' 'let out sawdust. When she is twenty six, if her beau doesn’t ioosen up and spend some, she’s equally peeved. Natural Beginning. When a. woman has occasion to pol ish the family silver the chances are she will begin with the small change in her husband’s pockets. Atchison Antiquities. While this isn’t an old country, | compared with European nations, one may see a number of ruins standing around the street corners chewing fine cut. —Atchison Globe. Contractions of Old Saying. “Drat ’em” and “dod rot ’em” are said to he contractions of “May the gods outroot them.” G 0 Downs underwent a min or operation tfee first of the week from which he is recovering very nicely! It will, perhaps, be a week or ten days before he will be able to attend to his duties again. * * * Miss Ora Payne, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F M Dunham, for the past two months, departed for her home in Grand Canyon Monday. She stopped over a few days in Flag staff to visit friends. jf *- *• Dr. Ruth, a member of the faculty of the Keokuk Medical college of lowa, stopped over in Winslow a few days this week the guest of ar/old friend, Dr. Hathaway. * * * C E Millar, the insurance ag ent, was made one of the Ant lered Tribe in the Elk’s Lodge Thursday night. He received all that was coming to him but was able to be around Friday morn ing. His general appearance has not changed much but some of : the spring has gone from his step. * 3f *- The Winslow Rifle Club will hold a meeting tomorrow at two o’clock p. m. in J H Armstrong’s pool hall, for the purpose of dis cussing tne advisability of mov : ing the rifle range closer to town. All members are requested to be present and take an active part in the proceedings. Manager Quinlan, of Babbitt Brothers, has been indisposed during the week on account of sickness, but has been able, ho w ever, to attend to his duty. A WORM GIRLS “A EWorld of Girls” will be given at the Electric Theatre Friday evening, May 7th, under 1 the auspices of St. Martha’s Guild. A college youth visiting the universities of Europe, writes home. His letters, instead of telling of the “Learned Profes sors” and their work, are full of the “Pretty Girls” he meets in ! each country, alarming his moth er very much, who anxiouly awaits his return to the United States. Come and see the tableaux of pretty foreigners, “Real Girls.” Common Failing. How many people apparently prefer to remain morally ignorant rather than know that truth which would make them morally uncomfortable! Labor and Thought. It is only by labor that thought can be made healthy, and only by thought that labor can be made happy; and the two cannot be separated with im punity.—John Ruskin. Proper Sympathy. Don’t fancy that you will lower yourselves by sympathy with the tower creatures; you cannot sympa thize rightly with the higher unless you do with those. —Ruskin. I THE WINSLOW MAIL [ a FA?) °-. 1 I HUTAk..you <. jc - AT* : jO! L U A : ImUSC M yißMrm&w Pjums mo Mm/sm ygi BRIGHTEN UP PAINTING season is here. The house probably needs re-painting, both for protection against the weather and for the sake of its appearance. There is nothing that will show better returns for the time and money spent at house-cleaning time than paint and varnish used inside the house. Come in and tell us what you wish to paint or varnish and we will show you a BRIGHTEN UP FINISH that will do it and do it properly. We carry a line of paints and varnishes which do ex actly what they are intended to do, giving a right treat ment to each surface. It is impossible to obtain one paint . or varnish that is suitable for a wide variety of uses, so : that it is very important to obtain a product that is exact ’ ly suitable.for the purpose you have in mind. TALK TO US ABOUT PAINTS 1 ; BABBITT MERCANTILE CO. Winslow, Arizona “PURE FOODS AND GOOD MERCHANDISE” v Please Use the lec Card, Madam, On the days When You Want ICE ' Os course YOU know when you need ice, but the driver cannot 1 know, unless the ice-card signal is hanging out to tell him. This 1 is one of the most important 1 ways, Madam, that you can as sist us in improving YOUR ice service. It is easy for the regular driv er to keep your needs in mind; but drivers are human and some times get sick. The new man would be sure to pass by you un less your ice card was out. Won’t you do this to help us help YOU? The driver will sup ply you with a neat card. Pick out a convenient place, easily seen from the street, and hang the card out on the days you want ice; indicating how many pounds. Have the wagon stop regularly —pure ice is the most healthful and satisfying of sum mer comforts. Navajo Ice & Cold Co. The Dividing Line. A statesman is a politician with whom you agree. A politician is a statesman with whom you disagree.— 1 Life. Front the Coconino Sun. Lin Dunklin of Winslow was the guest of his brother, A L and other friends here Sunday. Seth Stiles, the Winslow cat tle man, was in Flagstaff last Tuesday. Father Marx of Winslow was a visitor in Flagstaff Wednesday an attended the alumni banquet at the Commercial in the even ing. Jack Lyons was in this city Monday. He was on his way to Phoenix. ** * v Mrs. C Kelly arrived in Wins low Thursday and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Golds worthy. * * * J H Hopkins has heen appoin ted as chief inspector of the hosery department at Babbitt’s. * Room fcr Many Countries. The area of California, 158,297 square miles, is approximately equal to the combined area of Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, Albania. Montenegro, Belgium and Turkey in Europe. A Few Fragments. Only a little of tbe first fruits of wisdom —only a few fragments of the boundless heights, breadths and depths of truth —rhave I been able to gather.—Martin Luther. Your Share of Eggs. American hens lay slightly more than three hundred million dollars’ worth of eggs a year. That is, every person eats on an average three dol lars’ worth. —Farm and Fireside. UjkLLsfiiSßSfflLss _ ,-*■ i ——————— Camphor for the Future. It is estimated that Formosa con tains about one million camphor trees, some ten thousand of which are cut down every year. At this rate the supply v/ill be exhausted in a hundred years; but when the country is thor oughly pacified there is no doubt that the Japanese will see that tion is properly undertaken and an in exhaustible supply insured. Keep Secret. What the world needs is the reso lute step, the look of cheer, the smiling countenance, and the kindly word. Keep sweet.—George L. Perin. Take Time to Uproot. That primitive and animal instincts and impulses still survive and sur prise us by their unexpected mani festations does not seem so wonder ful, perhaps, when we recall the many thousands of years in which these factors were supremely dominant be fore the comparatively brief period since man entered upon his modern and civilized stage of life. Hopeless. Greene —“Are there any really in destructible toys?” Gray—“ None that I know of, except those that make an infernal noise.” —Judge. Beware of Rust. Sloth, like rust, consumes faster than labor hut the used key is always bright.—Benjamin Franklin. Helpless Father. Children are taught to be kind to dumb brutes, and something should be 3aid about imposing on father.—Atch ison Globe. Radiance of the Soul. Carry the radiance of your soul in ''our face; let the world have the benefit of it.—Fox. Indelible. Mrs. Gray—“ The window in my ha has stained glass in it.” Mrs. Green “ Too bad! Can’t you find anythin that'll take the stain out?”—Bosto Transcript.