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corn. Although the corn is known to
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preserved and will be planted this
A CLERGYMAN'S TESTIMONY.
Th.c Rev. Edmund Heslop of Wig
ton, Pa., suffered from Dropsy for a
year. His limbs and feet were swol
len and puffed. He had heart flutter-
ing was dizzy
and exhausted at
. the least exer
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feet were cold,
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loins that it was
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since the above statement was author
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(English and German words) and re
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In Regular Order.
Lionel —"This looks to me like some
wedding. I didn't know Jack had ar
ranged for three attendants."
Aubrey—"Oh, yes. Goodman, Bet
terman and Best man."
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not
stain the hands.
Warships of all nations will be per
mitted to pass through the Panama
canal, but can not linger more than 24
hours at either end in time of war.
Test wells will be driven by the
government in several sections of the
Philippines to determine whether pe
troleum exists in profitable quantities.
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BABY'S ITCHING SKIN
Resinol ointment and resinol soap
are absolutely free from anything of a
harsh or injurious nature, and can
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fidence in the treatment of babies'
skin troubles —eczema, teething rash,
chafings, etc. —where you wouldn't
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THE Japanese are a pleasant
people and passing courteous
to strangers within their
gates. The porter at Mukden,
learning that we had not yet
bought our tickets, went to call on a
friend of his in the ticket office, and
came back with two very nice pink
second class tickets to Dalny—
clipped, however, in two places—and
offered them to us at greatly reduced
rates. "Why deal with the South
Manchurian Railroad company when
I will sell you this for 30 per cent
less?" But, though the destination
was lettered in English characters,
the date was in Japanese. So we re
luctantly declined, writes R. T.
Wright in the New York Tribune.
At 7:30 o'clock in the dusk of the
evening we moved out of Mukden,
bound south for the Pacific.
The train runs over a well metaled
roadbed at a brisk speed. The Rus
sian railroad in Manchuria runs over
ties that are merely dropped on what
ever sort of ground, damp or dry,
sand or stone, happens to lie under
foot. There are three classes. Tak
ing the second class as standard, the
first in comparison, offers practically
the same accommodation, but for the
nickeled rails to the end platform and
a haughty, exclusive desolation for
such as cannot bear to travel with
the common herd. The third class
ts considerably cheaper and consider
ably more comfortable, in that it af
fords the Russian convenience of shelf
berths for sleeping the night through.
However, toute la monde goes second.
Sprinkling of Chinese.
There were no Europeans in our
car. We were Japanese with a sprin-
tfANCttUTIAN AMD WIFE
kllng of Chinese. We were not an un
interesting company. Even Ameri
cans, with their uncanny wisdom and
shrewdness, could have learned a les
son from some of vs —vide the little
Japanese merchant, who carried with
him, for internal lubrication, beer.
To him, one bottle was utterly inade
quate. So he had procured four and
bound them firmly together with gay
ribbons like a cruet stand. Four
large bottles of beer are quite heavy.
You have to lift them with both
hands, like Falstaff of old quaffing
his huge and satisfying Elizabethan
flagon. When the bottle at the north
west corner was empty, our friend
corked it to avoid subsequent drips,
and moved his attention around,
clock-wise, to that at the southeast;
and, in turn, as the small hours of
the morning drew on. to the south
west and northeast
There were a number of Japanese
babies among us. They are chatter
ing vivacious little things, a good
deal more lively and Intelligent than
the Chinese infants. The Japanese
women carry their odds and ends in
pretty flowered bags, with pictures of
Btorks and frogs in the water, lilied
ponds, where the wives of the colonels
and majors traveling first class to
Siberia and Central Manchuria would
have hideous linen bags striped in
clashing primary colors. Our old
friend of stf years ago, the carpet bag,
is coming into some vogue with the
Japanese. Many of the young men
The night drew on, and we prepared
to snatch a little uneasy slumber. A
Japanese drew from his bag an air
cushion and munching one corner,
blew it up. The operation interested
the Chinese greatly. With wide open
eyes and parted lips they watched the
operation, trying to realize the theory
and practise of the air cushion Idea,
obviously perplexed to account for the
The Chinese and Japanese squat
cross-legged on the seat —an accom
plishment you envy them. And the
short statured Japanese, when they
get tired, have comfortable room to
curl up along a seat for two.
Had an artist passed through the
car and sketched the snoring humans
in the attitudes they were all uncon
sciously assuming as we neared the
port of Nieuchang about one o'clock
in the morning, and exhibited his re
sults, he would have been branded as
a faker and told to go back to the
elementary line class. The passen
gers sprawled and curled and twisted
and rocked about their seats and top
pled on to their neighbors' laps, or
flung an arm around another sleeping
neighbor's neck, like a badly con
structed and amateurishly conduct
ed marionette company.
Having even less reputation to lose
\n Manchuria than elsewhere, we pre-
vailed upon the Chinaman opposite us
to seek fresh woods and pastures new
for his slumbers, spread our blanket
rugs on the floor and went to sleep
there, with head and shoulders under
one seat and legs under another.
When dawn came up we were
among the mountains of the peninsula
of Liaotung. They are bare, green
elevations, from seven to fifteen hun
dred feet high, often scarred with
gullies and scarps of rock. Probably
you have seen those scale plaster
casts of a hilly countryside, and you
have remarked the boldness with
which the mountains stand from the
plain below. That is the general as
pect of the foot of South Manchuria.
The little mountains seem to have
been spilt out helter skelter, thickly
scattered way off to each horizon,
north, south, east and west
Pretty villages flickered by, vil
lages that reminded one of the vil
lages at borne, every tiny home
stead hemmed in by a wall of unce
mented ironstone fragments. Then
a few minutes after seven o'clock a
silver glitter through the fork of a
low-saddled hill—the Pacific; and af
ter skirting the bay for half a doz
en miles, the train drew into the sta
tion of Dairen, Japan-across-the-Sea*
SUCCESS OF A WOMAN
Made comfortable living on
a small place.
Great Secret Is to Start With Poultry,
Garden and Berry Fruit*, Gradu
ally Increasing Stock and
(By KATE ST. MAUR. Copyright, 1914.J
Can a family make a comfortable
living on a email farm?
Yes, most emphatically yes, if they
possess ordinary common sense and
industry. My own personal experi
ence is an undeniable demonstration
of that fact. I started on a rented
place with really no capital, ac a busi
ness disaster had swallowed up all
our savings, so that I know what It
is to commence at the very bottom of
The place we found was an old
fashioned homestead. There were two
large barns, corncrib, toolhouse and
several odd sheds. It was really a
farm of 180 acres, but the owner let
us have the house and twelve acres,
including the orchard, for $15 a month,
on a three years' lease, with the privi
lege of taking over the additional 168
acres at any time during our tenancy
for an additional $8 a month, with the
option of purchase.
Stock had to be bought In small lots,
as I saved money from our living ex
penses at first. So I bought a few
old hens —broody ladies that wanted to
set —and raised 148 chickens the first
summer. The old hens had cost $10;
extra eggs for setting, $5; feed, $4.
And on the credit side there were 90
chickens sold as broilers, which
brought $22, 58 young pullets kept
for stock and all the eggs we wanted
for our own table. From a trio of
ducks bought early in the spring I
sold 16 young ones when nine weeks
old for $7.92. In November of the
same year 30 more were sold and 12
retained for stock. I can't give the
exact cost of feeding because no sep
arate account was kept, but certainly
$20 would cover it. The old birds
cost $4.50, so the profit on the invest
ment amounted tq nearly $30.
The apple orchard was in a very
badly neglected condition, but still we
realized $180 from sales in the fall,
and our vegetable garden had supplied
our own needs and furnished a boun
tiful supply for pickling, preserving
and canning for winter. Having a bal
ance on the right side of the ledger,
we built a new chicken house and
bought a cow. The place was entirely
self-supporting by the eighteenth
month, and from that time on stock
grew so rapidly that it seemed ad
visable to take on the rest of the land
and raise all our own feed for the
The great secret in starting on a
small place is, I think, to commence
with poultry, garden and berry fruits
and gradually increase stock and crop
raising operations, as success and mar^
ket, to say nothing of your own expe
rience, makes growth feasible.
MAKE A SUCCESSFUL GARDEN
pirst Step Is to Have Plot Situated
So It Can Be Given Same Treat
ment as Farm Crops.
The first step toward a successful
garden is to have it so situated as 1
to receive the same cultural treat
ment as that given the general farm
crops. Progressive growers of to-i
day seek to eliminate, as far as pos
sible, all hand-work in the making
of their products. If this is a profit
able procedure in the production of
staples, it is of equal advantage in
the growing of fruit and vegetables,
writes S. B. Shaw in the Progressive
Farmer. Too often the location is a
Email patch of fenced-in ground, near
Cauliflower Does Best on a Well-Corn-
the house, where it is impossible to do
any work except by hand. As a re
sult the care of the garden is left to
the women and children, yet what
child really enjoys hoeing and pulling
weeds or how many women on the
farm can truly give the time and at
tention necessary to the profitable pro
duction of these crops, especially un
der such unfavorable conditions? In
instances of this kind the home gar
den is not a souce of profitable in
Plan the garden to be twice or three
times as long as wide, with the rows
running lengthwise. In this way the
plowing, harrowing and cultivating 1
can be done in about one-third less
time than it would take were the plot
more nearly square.
Another feature to be considered is
the arrangement of the permanent
plantings of fruit trees, berry bushes
or other crops that do not have to be
renewed each year. If planted pro
miscuously throughout the garden ti»«gr
HfflWf v difficult to cultivate.
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Our Naval Commandirt.
The recent activities of the navy
have inspired Congressman Kahn to
show the house that the men who
fought our great naval engagements
of the past were much younger than
those who direct our great floating
fortresses today.—Hartford Times.
Then what? Is there a feeling
of heaviness, of Bloating, Heart
burn, Nausea. Something re
mains undigested, ferments and
disturbs the entire system. Such
cases can be materially benefited
by use of
You should keep a bottle handy
The oldest living school teacher in
New York state is said to be Nathan
Perry Beers. He is now 91; he retired
from his profession 10 years ago after
having taught for 65 years. When he
began teaching he was perhaps the
youngest teacher in the state, for he
received his first appointment aa
teacher at the age of 14.
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