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and, in areas where it is clearly the best range and farm practice,
should be increased. Beans, Peas, and Peanuts. The production of beans and peas should be increased in regions to which they are adapted, because of their high food value, keeping qualities, and availability for do mestic or export trade. Soy beans and peanuts should be increased in order to supplement beans and peas as human food, as a source of much needed oil, and as animal feeds. Perishables, (a) Market gardens near large consuming centers should be increased so as to meet, as nearly as possible, the needs of the community, and in order to obviate the necessity of transporting such products from distant points. It is important to do all that is possible to relieve the strain upon transportation facilities. (b) The planting of home gardens, especially for family needs and for preserving food for future use, again should be emphasized. (c) The commercial production of perishables generally should be increased above normal wherever it is reasonably clear that trans portation and marketing facilities will be available. The men whom I have seen succeed best in life have always been cheerful and hopeful men, who went about their business with a smile on their faces, and took the changes and chances of this mor tal life like men, facing rough and smooth alike as it came. 10. Charles Kingsley.