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SECURE BEST RESULTS
GOOD USES FOR KEROSENE
breese without me. He had been res
over by a bicycle and he needed some
very special cere.”
Ml»» Redmond's hand was oa Pit-
Lettuce Ranks High in Commer
< llnuue's head between Ills pointed
»are. She looked sympathetic. She
A little kerosene added to very hoi
looked amueed She smiled
water will make windows, looking
"It was a question of 'life and death,'
glasses and picture glasses bright and
wasn't It?" she said eagerly to Sabron.
Size of Seed Ha* Not Been Given
“ Really, It was Just that." answered
It dry and rub It over the glass, aftet
Careful Study Until Recently—
the young ofllcer. not kuowlng huw
“ Heading Up” Capabilities Are
significant the words were to the two
oiled cloth. Then proceed to tho next
of Much Importance.
window and treat it similarly on both
Then Madame d'Escllgnac knew that
sides. After that go back to the first
she was beaten and that sho owed
(By M. CUMMINGS >
one aud wipe It dry with a large clean
something and was ready to pey. The
lettu ce Is a standard vegetable cloth. No real polishing is required
< w /fk k fu w w z w
chauffeur got upon hie sent and she
crop, largely grown in farm gardens and the wludow or glass will look
and ranking high In commercial horti clear and shiny.
It would have been simple to have asked suavely;
"Won't you let us take you home.
culture as a forcing crop; hence Its
explained to the colonel, but Sabron,
Kerosene will clean your hands bet
Inclusion In these seed sorting experi ter Utan anything else after blacking tw C om te do Sabron. captain o f French reticent and reeerved, did not choose Monsieur Sabron?"
He thanked them He was walking
ments. Although a seed-bed crop, it a range or stove. Tour a little In the ra va lry. taken to Ms qu arter* to r a t»» by to do so. He made a very Insufficient
hand a m otlivrlcs* Irlnh terrier pup, and
Is often grown in places where space water, wash your hands In it. then names It I ’ ttchoune lie dln*a with the excuse, aud the colonel, as well as the and had not finished Ills exercise.
"A t all events," she pursued, "now
la expensive, where intensive culture wash them in tepid water, and finally M arquU * d'KscUgnai* and m eet» Mina marquise, thought III of him He
Eedmond, Am erican h e ir ,»», who
your excuse Is no longer a good
prevails, and «h ere crop uniformity with plenty of soap and a stiff brush s Julia
lu r» fo r him an English ballad that
and even maturity are of prime im in hot water. If possible finish up by llncora In hla memory.
friends were gone from the Midi one, you will come this week to din
portance. On this account growers rubbing the hands with lemon and
Rooted to the spot himself by his Uu ner, will you not?"
He would, of course, and watched
now carefully consider both seed and rosewater and glycerin.
ties, he could not follow them. Mean
In some hothouse
while Pitchoune thrived, grew, cheered the yellow motor drive away In Ihu
When your kitchen sink is rusty rub
That evening the Marquise d'Escll-
districts only certain varieties are It over with kerosene.
his loneliness. Jumped over a stick, autumn sunlight, wishing rather less
gnac read aloud to her niece the nows
deemed suitable for greenhouse cul
Squeaks in shoes may sometimes bo that the Count de Sabron was not com learned a trick or two from Itrunet and for the order from tho minister of war
ture; and a few progressive growers prevented by dipping the soles in kero
a great many fascinating wiles ami to change his quarters than hu had
ing to dinner. He was "absolutely des
select only the locally-grown seed now- sene.
ways, no doubt Inherited from his before.
olated" and had no words to express
recognized as strains of commercial
He had a sense of humor
The white spots appearing in the his regret and disappointment. The mother
varieties. Although many methods of spring on the lining of your refrigera
truly Irish, a power of devotion that
seed selection have been adopted, the tor will disappear if you rub the zinc
we designate as “ canine.' no doubt be
Influence of seed size has not been with kerosene. Leave the refrigerator pleasure to which he had looked fo r cause no member of the human race
He had received bis letter from the
given careful study until more or less open several hours, then wash with ward for a fortnight, must be re has ever deserved it.
nounced because he wan obliged to
minister of war. Like many things
water, soap and ammonia. The re
we wish for. set our hopes upon, when
Since lettuce is seldom sold by frigerator will then be clean and sit up with a very sick friend, as there
they come we find that we do not want
weight, a comparison of the value of sweet and all spots will have disap was no one else to take his place. In
expressing his undying devotion and
them at any price The order was un
different-sixed seeds on this basts is peared.
The Golden Autumn.
his renewed excuses he put his homage
Sabron was to go to Al
o f little account. Uniformity of ma
Sabron longed for a change with au welcome
To clean painted walls wipe them at their feet and kissed their hands.
and relative "heading-up" first with a cloth wet in kerosene and
turan, when the failing leaves made giers
The Marquise d'Escllgnac. wearing the roads golden roundabout the Cha
Winter Is never very ugly around
capabilities are of more importance. let stand 15 minutes. Then wash the
Th e formation of good, firm heads, walls with good warm soapsuds, but another very beautiful dress, looked up teau d’Escllgnac
He thought he Tarsscon I.Ike a lovely bunch of fruit
making possible the growth of white, do not rub soap on the cloth, or the at her niece, who was playing at the would like to go away
He rodn his in the brightest corner of a happy
crisp, and htghly-edible center leaves, paint will be streaked. Rub spots of piazio.
horse one day up to the property of vineyard, the Midi la sheltered from
“ A very poor excuse, my dear Julia, the hard hearted unforgiving lady and. the rude experiences that the seasons
tar or pine pitch on clothing in kero
and a very late one."
finding the gate open, rode through know farther north. Nevertheless,
sene before washing them.
"It sounds true, however. I believe the grounds up to the terrace. Seeing rains and winds, sea-born and vig
him. don't you. nia tante?"
no one. he sat In his saddle looking orous, bad swept In and upon the lit
MANY WAYS TO SERVE EGGS “ I do not,” said the marquise em over
the golden country to the Rhone tle town. The mistral came whis
"A Frenchman of goAd and the castle of the good King Rene, tling and Sabron. from his wludow,
Albumen Water, for One Thing, le education is not supposed to refuse a where the autumn mists were like ban looked down on his little garden from
Palatable and Highly Beneficial
which summer had entirely flown. Pit
dinner Invitation an hour before he Is ners floating from towers
expected. Nothing but a case of life
There was a solitary beauty around choune, by his side, looked down as
and death would excuse it.”
tbe lovely place that spoke to the well, but his expression, different from
A fter a bilious attack or any other
young officer with a sweet melancholy hla master's, waa ecstatic, for he saw
"H e sa>s a 'very sick friend.'”
kind of stomach trouble when a child
"Nonsense." exclaimed the marquise. He fancied that Miss Redmond must sliding along the brick wall, a cat with
cannot digest the yolk of the egg. it
Miss Redmond played a few bars of often have looked out from one of the which ho was on the most excited
is possible to make tho needed albu the tune Sabron had hummed and windows, and he wondered which one terms
His body tense, his ears for
men more palatable by poaching just which more than once had soothed The terrace was deserted and leaves ward. he gave a sharp scries of barks
Head Lettuce of Quality.
the white, removing the yolk before I’ttchoune. and which, did she know. from the vines strewed it with red and and little soft growls, while his
la characteristic of a good quality of the white is dropped into the poacher. Sabron was actually humming at that golden specters. Pitchoune raced after master tapped the window-pane to the
Of course this can only be done In moment.
That good “ heading-up”
them, for the wind started them flying, tune of Miss Redmond's song
characteristics are related to the size the transition period after the albu
Although Sabron had heard It several
"I am rather disappointed." said the and he rolled his tawny little body
o f the seed has been found by ex men water (raw white shaken up in young girl, “ but if we find it is a mat over and over in the rustling leaves times, he did not kuow Die words or
tensive and careful experiments car water) is no longer strong enough.
ter of life and death, ma tante, we Then a rabbit, which before the ar that they were of a semi religious, ex
Those who have babies generally will forgive him?"
ried on for several seasons. As to the
rival of Sabron had been sitting com tremely sentimental character which
results of these experiments, several know how to make albumen water,
The Marquise d’EsclIg-iac had in fortably on tbe terrace stones, scut would have been difficult to translate
points are worthy of note in summar but for the benefit of those who do vited the Count de Sabron because she tled away like mad, and Pitchoune, into French
He did not know that
izing. Marked differences in favor of not know, the proportion depends had been asked to do so by his colo somewhat hindered by his limp, tore they ran something like this:
large seed appear In the seedling upon the age of the child.
nel, who was an old and valued friend after i t
God k»>p you safe, my love.
The usual formula for older chil She had other plans for her niece.
stage, a point of little value in itself
The deserted chateau, the fact that
A ll through ths night.
were it not for the fact that an early dren Is the white of one egg shaken
Itest close In his encircling arms
"I feel, my dear," she answered her there was nothing In bis military life
U ntil the light.
advantage influences later growth.
now, “ quite safe in promising that if it beyond the routine to Interest him
Large seeds start the plants off bet served with Ice chopped with a little is a question of life and death we shall now in Tarascón, made Sabron eagerly
And there waa more of It He only
ter; and great leaf surface area in orange Juice for flavoring, if the doc forgive him. I shall see his colonel \ look forward to a change, and he
knew that there was a pathos In the
early life is of permanent benefit. tor will allow it.
waited for letters from the minister of
tomorrow and ask him pointblank."
tune which spoke to his warm heart;
A refreshing drink for a sick person
Moreover, heavier plants, better heads,
Miss Redmond rose from the piano war which would send him to a new
which caressed and captivated him
and greater uniformity at edible ma Is the white of egg shaken up in two- and came over to her aunt, for dinner post.
and which made him long deeply for a
turity are usually secured. In every thirds of a glass of water, mixed with -had been announced.
The following day after bis visit to
happiness he thought it most unlikely
Instance and at almost every stage of the Juice of a whole orange and half
“ Well, what do you think." she j the chateau he took a walk. Pitchoune
growth it could be seen that the plants a lemon, with a little cracked Ice. slipped her hand in her aunt's arm, j at his heels, and stood aside In the he would ever know.
There had been many pictures added
grown from large seed were much The acid cuts the albumen and pre "really, what do you think could be j highroad to let a yellow motor pass
more uniform in stature and in time vents the stringiness besides adding a the reason?'
him, but the yellow motor at that mo- to hla collection: Miss Redmond at
dinner. Miss Julia Redmond he knew
and manner of heading. Plants grown delicious flavor, cooling to a fevered
"Please don’t ask me,” exclaimed \
her first name now— before the piano;
from small seed were very variable throat
the Marquise d'Escllgnac impatient
Miss Redmond In a smart coat, walk
In size and quality—some very good,
ly. "The reasons for young men's ca
ing with him down the uliny, while
a few mediocre, and many very poor.
prices are sometimes just as well
Pitchoune chased flying leaves and ap
Have butcher cut 114 pounds of not inquired into.”
Some headed early, but most of them
paritions of rabbits hither and thither.
were tardy in forming the heart and round steak Into small squares. Put
If Sabron. smoking in his bachelor I
The Count de Sabron had always
meat, with one small onion chopped quarters, lonely and disappointed,
in firming the head.
dreaded Just what happened to him.
It seems reasonable to conclude fine. In frying pan with two table watching with an extraordinary fideli
He had fallen In love with a woman
that a large sized seeder is a factor in spoonfuls of butter and simmer for ty by his "sick friend." could have
beyond bis reach, for he had no for
producing head lettuce of good quality a few minutes. Cover with boiling seen the two ladles at their grand soli
tune whatsoever, nothing hut hla cap
and earliness of maturity.
In the water and boil—not too rapidly—until tary' dinner, his unfilled place between
tain’s pay and hla bard soldier's life,
writer's judgment the lack of plant tender. Add four potatoes, cut into them, he might have felt the picture
a wanderer's life and one which he
uniformity commonly observed in small cubes the last 15 minutes. charming enough to have added to his
hesitated to ask a woman to share.
commercial lettuce culture is quite Make pie crust and line baking pan. collection.
In spite of the fact that Madame
apt to be due to the use of seed which Prick and place in oven until dry but
d'Escllgnac was agreeable to him,
Is variable in size and consequently, not brown. Put stew into this, adding
she was not cordial, and he understood
gne-half teaspoonful of chopped pars
variable in value.
ley, one-quarter teaspoonful of black
that she did not consider him a parti
The Dog Pays.
for her niece. Other guests, as well
pepper and one-half teaspoonful of
Pitchoune repaid what was given
FEEDING ROOTS TO CATTLE salt. Put on top crust and brown In him.
ns he, had shared her hospitality. He
oven. Serve from baking dish. Mush
had been Jealous of them, though he
He did not think that by getting
English Stockmen Peed Enormous rooms may be added with potatoes if
could not help seeing Miss Redmond's
well, reserving the right for the rest
Quantities of Turnips and Beets—
preference for himself Not that he
of his life to a distinguished limp in
Best Methods of Feeding.
wanted to help It. He recalled that
his right leg. that he had done ail that
she had really sung to him, decidedly
was expected of him. He developed
Turnips and beets are grown and
walked by his side when there had
The juice of two oranges, two lem an ecstatic devotion to the captain,
fed in enormous quantities by English ons, a pint of cream and a cupful of
been more than the quartette, and he
impossible for any human heart ade
stockmen and farmers. They do not sugar sirup (or less, depending upon
felt, in short, her sympathy.
quately to return. He followed Sab
have silage because of climatic condi the fruit). Strain the juice and add
"Pitchoune,” he said to his compan
ron like a shadow and when he could
tions unfavorable to corn. American the cream and sirup, then freeze.
ion, "we are better off In Algiers, mon
not follow him, took his place on a
farmers who use roots to some extent
vleux. The desert Is the place for us.
The proportion of tee and salt for ( hair in the window, there to sit, his
can wisely profit by English experience ice cream is one part salt to three
We shall get rid of fancies there and
sharp profile against the light, his
In feeding them.
do some hard lighting one way or an
pointed ears forward, watching for the
An authority advises that they
For ices and sherbets use one part uniform he knew and admired extrav rnent drew up to the side of the road other."
should always be cut or pulped, and salt to four parts of ice. For packing agantly.
(T O HE C O N T IN U E D .)
while the chauffeur got out to adjust
never fed whole to cattle. When fed use one part of salt to four parts of
Pitchoune was a thoroughbred, and gome portion of the mechanism. Some
whole there is greater danger of chok ice. Use a ghnnysack and a heavy every muscle and fiber showed It.
Worth While Quotation.
one leaned from tho yellow motor win
ing, especially with the last piece, and mallet to crush the Ice.
The pleasure that we take In beauti
every hair and point asserted it, and dow and Sabron came forward to
also greater loss or waste by tram
he loved as only thoroughbreds can. speak to the Marquise d'Escllgnac ful nature Is essentially capricious It
pling under foot.
comes sometimes when we leaat took
You may say what you like about mon and another lady by her side.
The best method of feeding is to cut
Take one pint of lentil pulp, one-half grel attachments, the thoroughbred in
“ How do you do, Monsieur? Do you for It, and sometimes, when we expect
o r pulp the roots and mix them with
It most certainly. It leaves us to gape
pint of bread crumbs (entire wheat all cases reserves his brilliancy for remember us?”
cut hay, straw or chafT, allowing the
preferred), three beaten eggs, two crises.
(Had he ever forgotten them?) He Joylessly for days together. We may
pile to heat for a few hours before
Sabron, who had only seen Miss regretted so very much not having have passed a place a thousund times
tablespoonfuls of grated onions, one-
feeding. This has the merit of warm
quarter cupful of butter. Salt and pep Redmond twice and thought about her been able to dine with them in the and one, and on the thousand and sec
ing up the roots, which are generally
ond It will be transfigured, and stand
per to taste. Mix Ingredients together, countless times, never quite forgave spring.
a cold feed, and of making low-grade
cook in double boiler or steam until his friend for the Illness that kept him
"And your sick friend?” asked forth In a certain splendor of reality
roughage more palatable. Cattle fed
eggs are set. Chill, then form in cro from the chateau. There was in Sab- Madame d’Escllgnac keenly, "did he from the dull circle of surroundings,
In this manner through the winter
so that we see if "with a child's first
quettes. Dip In egg, roll in crumbs ron’s mind, much as he loved Pit recover?”
come out in much better condition
pleasure,” as Wordsworth saw the daf
and fry in deep fat. To add one-half choune, the feeling that if he had gone
"Yes," said Sabron, and Miss Red
than II given the same amount of feed
fodils by the lakeside.—Robert Louis
cupful of shredded English walnuts that night . . .
mond, who leaned forward, smiled at
uncut and not mixed.
There was never another invitation! him and extended her pretty hand. Stevenson.
or pecans Imparts a rich, delicate ila-
"Voyons, mon cher,” his colonel Sabron opened the motor door.
Eggs Develop Mold.
Sure to Get What He Wanted.
had said to him kindly the next time
“ What a darling dog!" Miss Red
Eggs develop mold if kept in a too
The doctor told him he needed car
he met him, “ what stupidity have you mond cried. "What a bewitching face
damp cellar. The mold penetrates
Mince cold boiled tongue and mix been guilty of at tbe Chateau d’Escll- he has! He's an Irish terrier, isn’t bohydrates, proteids, and above all,
the porous shell and makes the eggs It with half as much finely diced cel gnac ?’
taste stale. They keep better, how ery. Moisten with mayonnaise and
Poor Sabron blushed and shrugged
Sabron called Pitchoune, who di mentioned a long list of foods for
ever, In a cool, moist air that prevents to a cupful add a tablespoonful of his shoulders.
verted his attention from the chauf him to eat He staggered out and
a too rapid evaporation within the good tomato catchup. Spread between
"I assure you,” said the colonel, feur to come and be hauled up by the wabbled Into a restaurant.
"How about beefsteak?" he ashed
'that I did you harm there without collar and presented. Sabron shook
white bread and butter.
"I* that nitrogenous?"
knowing It. Madame d’Escllgnac, who off his reticence.
Is a very clever woman, asked me with
"I<et me make a confession,” he The waiter didn't know
When rhubarb grows rank and spin
"A re fried potatoes rich In carbohy
Take an even quantity of cold, Interest and sympathy, who your 'very said with a courteous bow. "This Is
dling it needs rejuvenating. Dig it up,
cooked vegetables— peas,
turnips, sick friend' could be. As no one was my 'very sick friend ' Pitchoune was drates or not?"
cut the clumps into smaller parts,
The waiter couldn’t say.
beets and potatoes, cut fine. Add a very sick according to my knowledge at the point of death the night of your
plant them in deep trenches and fill In
"Well, I’ll fix It," declared the poor
little minced onion. Cover with salad I told her so. She seemed triumphant dinner and I was just leaving tbe
well with well-rotted manure mixed
dressing, mix lightly and serve cold. and I saw at once that I had put you bouse when I realized that the help man In despair. "Bring me a large
p ith good loam.
less little chap could not weather the plate of hash.”
la the wrong."
Excellent for Cleaning Glassware-
Will Remove Rust From Kitchen
Stove— For the Refrigerator.
nm t van yoR S T^-*”
IL L U S T R A T IO N S ^ RAYWALTERS
Your digestion, your gen-
oral health will all be
greatly benefited by the
timely use of Hostetter’s
compounded from abso
lutely pure ingredients and
those best known as real
aids to the Stomach, Liver
and Bowels. It exerts a
general tonic effect and
l e 1 p s Nature promote
lealth and strength in
the entire digestive svs-
tem. Try a bottle today
but be sure you get
H O S T E T T E R ’S
Diseases Handed Down.
Noah and 'he other patriarchs didn't
have nearly as many different kinds
of diseases to face, b eca u se they
hudu't enough ancestors to hand them
down a variety
constltutiona wore not constantly be
ing weakened as are ours today. For
example, there Is no reference In very
ancient literatures to a cold In the
head. The Or-ek* and Romans seem
to have been the first peoples to suffer
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet» regu
late and invigorate »tomach, liver and
bowel». Suga r e o » U*d, tiny granule»,
ea*y to take. Do not gri|>e.
Paper Covers a Protection.
Undeniably, paper cover» are of
some aid lu preserving tho fre»h ap
pearance of book», but neither the ap
pearance nor the feeling of a covered
book 1» agreeable Still, for those who
have no objection to them, covers are
a good thing. Nothing 1» better than
ordinary brown paper, except In some
unusual cases, as. for example, the
cook book, which, as every good house
keeper knows, should he covered with
HOW TO STOP DANDRUFF
AND LOSS Of HAIR
Here la a simple, Inexpensive treat
that will almost always stop
dandruff and sralp Itching, and keep
the hair thick, live and lustrous: At
night, spread the hair apart and rub a
little realnol ointment Into the scalp
gently, with tbe tip of the finger. Re
peat this until the whole scalp Iota
been treated. Next morning shampoo
thoroughly with reslnol soap and hot
water Work the creamy reslnol lather
well Into the sralp. Rinse with grad
ually cooler water, the last water be
ing cold. Reslnol ointment and reslnol
Boap are sold by all druggists.—Adv.
me n t
D ep ressin g.
No matter bow youug a man may
be. In hi» sympathies, he can’t help
feeling more or lc»s depressed, a» ho
gets along to between forty and fifty,
when he walks down a fashionable
residence street and sees some of the
samples of the future fatherhood and
motherhood of the race.—Columbus
One of '.be most successful means
of entertaining a man Is let him brag
»■n himself-—Atchison Globe.
NOT GIVE UP
Though Sick and Suffering; At
Last Found Help in Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
Richmond, Pa. — “ When I started
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound I was in a
state o f h e a l t h ,
h a d Internal trou
bles, and was so ex
tremely nervous and
prostrated that if I
had given In to my
f e e l i n g s I would
have been in bed.
As i t w a s I had
hardly strength at
times to be on my
fe e t and what I did do was by a (treat
effort. I could not sleep at night and
o f course fe lt very bad in the morning,
and hail a steady headache.
“ A fte r taking the second bottle 1 no
ticed that the headache was not so bad,
I rested better, and my nerves were
stronger. I continued its use until it
made a new woman o f me, and now I
can hardly realize that 1 am able to do
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woman in need o f a good medicine I
highly praise Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Veg-
etahle C o m p o u n d . ” — Mrs. F rank
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