Washington County hatchet. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1897-1???, December 23, 1897, Image 7

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    s HORN B L A S T k
K N O C K Kl>
anting Note» Culling the Wicked to
It knocks out all calculations o f attend-
iiiK to busineeg in the right way for a day
when we wake up in the morning sore and
stiff. The disappointment lies in going to
bed all right and waking up all wrong.
There is a short and sure way out of it. Go
to bed after a good nib with fct. Jacobs Oil
and you wake up all right; soreness and
suit ness all gone. So sure is this, that men
much exposed in changeful weather keep
a bottle of it on the mantel for use at night
to make sure of going to work in good ux.
w h atever
the heart does
done well.
Failure Is the
guide that ofteu
leads us to suc­
N o t h i n g can
cheat us like our
out-of-door stock b »,. i .
OV. D selfishness.
L ° n * D istan ce S ig n a lin g .
»0 as to he able to hi / ’ a,nd hil1 il ,n
You cannot give i ^ ie Greenwich observatory has been
a man a good i101 ' ,,to telegraph communication with
South during Ue w Inter
in ,e ? season.
6" fr° m This
c h a r a c t e r; he |
° f the M cG ill college, Montreal,
really much tetter t h a n ^ - " ' Thls
from n
u r s e rows.
r y C m k - - " -*?k
*' H'k
m u s t m a k e it ” nd l ^le signals can be flashed between
........ nursery
y ro' ». W
\\heu the trees
the two places, a distance of 8,300
hilled in and properl
.v protected from
frost their roots w
Can any good come out o f Chicago? miles, in three-quarters of a second.
fore wb.fce .
beKln ,0 s,art be- Just as much as is put iuto it.
uter 18 over- and they can be
Honor your w ife and your honey- I
recently dug.
moon will last a life time.
To recklesM y e x p e rim e n t upon h im self w ith
<W V/>r
»1 »
Homemade H in ges.
Corn on One Acre.
How much com will an acre of lan,I
pnidncev The Illinois State Board of
- gi (culture offered prizes for the larg-
est crop on one acre, aud twelve per­
sons succeeded in raising over one hun­
dred bushels each. The first prize was
.frequently needs a great number
II binges in making chicken and
coop»- The tw o sketches given
l,b show homemade hinges that
than leather and cheaper ",°,U. .,y XIr' Joll,‘ I>0Wl‘rs. with a yield
bushels per acre. Mr. E. S. Kurs-
Vbe hardware dealer’s steel butts. of
Lone shown first Is made o f screw tmm coming second with ltitl bushels.
¡inserted with a round rod o f wood 1 he next teu persons produced, respec­
tively. 150, 144. Hi!. 142. lit!. 110. 108,
hM. aud two others 100 bushels each,
the average of the twelve being 128Vj
bushels per acre The lasst fertilizer for
corn was conceded to be a previous crop
of clover, depending upon deep and
early plowing, tine seed ted and shal­
low but thorough cultivation.
tannining through them. Screw
Experiments with Fertilizers.
■ route in all sizes so that almost
The New Y’ork experiment station
Ureiigth of hinge ean thus be made,
(tiro eyes ean be placed close to- made some experiments in the use of
rand wired with fine w ire if de- fertilizers ou potatoes, twenty-two plots
Oecasionally a bit o f hard wood being tested, ou which fertilizer was
■ fewscrews will make a very scr applied at the rate of from 1,000 to
Itle hinge, attached as shown In 2,*KM) pounds per acre, two plots receiv­
Leonti picture, which tells Its own ing 1,500 pounds per acre and one plot
Have the wood stout enough so j received no fertilizer at all. The 1.000-
pound application increased the yield
over the unfertilized plot 4S.4 bushels
l>er acre the first year and 30.0 bushels
the next season. The 2,000-pound ap­
plication Increased the yield only 4.4
bushels over the 1,000 application of
the first year and 14.1 bushels the next.
The tests demonstrated that the use of
over 1,000 pounds of fertilizer per acre
would te at a loss.
t the screws w ill not split It, and
|round-headed screws fo r the pivot
Bible.— New England IIoin e3teud.
Take the C o w o n Trial.
When purchasing a cow always en­
deavor to take her on trial. No one can
judge of the capacity or characteristics
of a cow by appearances. Pure bred
stock, however, Is more uniform than
scrubs. A cow muy be a hard milker,
| a ki, Ker and her milk may te deficient
in solids or fat. No one sells a good
cow unless compelled, and the pur­
chaser takes risk in buying. Every
cow brought on a farm should te known
to the purchaser, as she may have dis­
ease or some other fault.
Apple Pomace as Feed.
is considerable nutriment In
see as it com e« from the mill.
; will eat It quite readily If fed
it begins to ferm ent.
rever, it does very soon if ex|>osed
|the air. Consequently it Is best to
Ith«pomace in alr-tlght barrels or
leads, so as to keep air from it,
P ro t e c to r fo r S h r u b s .
flier the pomace with something
A convenient method for protecting
kwiil hold down the carbonic add
rose bushes aud many small shrubs is'
pnd prevent Its escape as it forms,
shown herewith.
l is really ensilaging it. The pora-
All barrels ' that
I itself has not nutritive value to
have lost
Ike this worth while. Its chief value
beads ore saved
liumccalency, and It should te fed
and used for this
ph (train, hay or meal, so as to give
p u r p o s e . Two
proper proportion o f nutrition.
small stakes are
Yen put up in air-tight barrels and
driven down, and
t slightly below freezing tempera-
a string attached,
ire there will lie no more fermenta-
as shown In the
]»n In the pomace than there is in the
sketch, to keep the
t audit can he used till late in the
wind from blow­
ing them over.
Windbreak f o r t h e D r i v e r .
Straw is then put
(rivers in winter often suffer severe- Inside about the hush, making very
|uni unnecessarily from the cold warm and wind-tight winter quarters.
Returning home without a load A Itonrd. or a piece of burlap, can he
| wind has a chance to blow upon tacked over the top to support the
H a ve tw o small weight of the snow, if desired.
i and four holders fo r them, ns
I In the sketch. Provide n stout J
Cottonseed M e n l fo r F e r t i l i z e r .
»of duck and sew rings to it as sug-
j t |s j0ld in the New England Home-
A small glass with its wooden stpa(j that a New Hampshire farmer
■toan be inserted, and tw o small
proved teyond doubt that cotton-
’■'Hgs made for the reins. I f the
meal Is superior to phosphate as
<i* In front, at either side or at the a fertilizer on light, warm soil. He
t'» hack, he has sim ply to change ,IseM
jess of the meal than of phosphate
*akes » nd his sheet o f duck to es- jj, ¡, drill, and has raised from 200 to
> its fury. When not In use the qoq bushels of potatoes to the acre and
te*n te folded, with the glass in- ; (],e heaviest crop of silo corn ever
1 grown in his locality. Mixed with hen
manure and ashes, the meal has proved
excellent when seeding down.
A H en’s KKg Production.
eggs p er year Is estimated
ns the production of a hen, if the flock
A b o u t 150
¡nrge flocks an average of 100 eggs per
len for
J’''ar 18 u,,OU, t'°rreC't’
ease lice and mismanagement
mss’ The fowls on farms give
profits in proportion to capital
aR rt
SP“ i™ te,r au«l. therefore, do not give
I tad placed iu the box used as a as large profits as could be derived from
Such a contrivance w ill save t h e m
. _______
«ulTerlng and can t e bail at a
P re p a ra tio n fo r W in te r .
F*Ught cost.—Orange Judd Farmer.
Summer farming is but a preparation
^ * R’s W I N D B R E A K
f F a tte n in g > tn c k H o t S t r a w .
*tic animals like variety in feed
“'ll as does man himself. Possi-
l®*» are more partial to variety
*re men and women, because the
y animals is less vitiated. A fat-
steer <>r sheep which Is fed
! nitrogenous food w ill eat a good
[ y bright grain straw, so as to sup-
Pfoper proportion o f carbona-
••utrition. When animals are fed
** « r a w w ill be eaten, as the
Itself chiefly starch, which is
[»oth er form o f carbon. For
*bat are fed beans and bean
^be »trnw o f w heat or oats will
almost as readily as hay. It
Prevent the nitrogenous
**ing too concentrate«.
fn r whiter. Food i. cheaper In summer,
for Winn
W hite the lets
but £ a valuable aid to the dairyman.
o T s «re “ I cheapen prices at times
is abundant, the market
T ina regulated by the supply. The
M ilk m en grow crops for uae on
best dal y
tef> preferring to feed
the farm i
the ^ n and convert
IX'JS i .«■ *""«• '■
higher price» rule.
have a* cement floor with
If J°thnt must be mended, don’t ex-
bre* V ^ M h e new cement to adhere to
pect to g e t«
out an |i ose
" v
r i
parts of th
carefully and
it » I
ft wel| va-m, wat-
* Qrk will be good
e r ThP\ £ d "n connection with «fie
, r ' n* S a r a tr y S to c k .
and stay IF**1 ln
* sure that an order can be
should be sent in at as early a
it is best to order for
1 »eventv bushels, and
“ Tery in the early winter. The
- - average
b. fiiied, and the rule in all
b e - c b higher than f*r
11* first come first served. In
1 *U nurserymen take up their several years.
I'ut out a fool’s eyes and he will say
that the world Is blind.
h opt'ot relie f is the dyspeptic. Yet the nos-
trunik for this m a la d y are as the san ds o f *s e
sea. an d, p re su m a b ly , a b o u t as ettiacious. in -
lig e stio n , ihat obstinate m alady, even if of
1 Ion# perpetuity, is e v e n tu a lly overcom e w ith
H oste tle r's Stom ach
Hitters, an a p p etisin g
j tonic
an d alte ra tive , w h ich cures con stipation ,
ittent, rh eu m atism ,
kid ney com p la in t a n d leeblen eM .
Heaven is not altogether like society;
fewer people want to get Into it.
What a world this will te when all the
children are as well cured for as the i
cattle and pig...
1 he devil likeb to hear the man talk
in church who treats his mule better
than he does his wife.
" e r e the Golden Rule enforced bv
Rome competent authority what a wave
of commotion would rock the world.
All things work together for good to
¡ l,e1UI ,l11" ,ov‘‘ God." Even the devil
V ," ',V<!l k with
bis might to help
double Job’s riches.
I he use of the words "I herebv as­
sign the within note” is held In Mnrkey
vs. Corey iMlch.i. :it! I,. R. A. 117. iu-
sutficient to prevent one who signs his
mime to such a statement on the back
of a promissory note from being held
liable as an indorser.
An even cubic foot of average soil
*as weighed and analyzed at Cornell
University. It was found that the soil
in one acre one foot deep weighed
2 , 0 8 2 tons.
La st
T h e $ 2000.00 missing-word
closes December 31st.
Result will be announced about January
1 5 t h -
S c h illin g s B e s t baking p ow d er a n d tea are
------ -------------- because th ey a re m oney-back.
What is the missing word?— not S A F E , although Schilling's Best baking
powder and tea a rt safe.
Get S th illirr's Best baking powder or tea at your grocers*; take oat tha
ticket (brown ticket in every package o f baking powder; yellow ticket in tii«
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before December 31st.
L'ntil October 13th two words allowed for every ticket; after that only on «
word for every ticket.
I f only one person finds the word, that person gets f 2000 00; if several find
it, |2 <xxvao will be equally divided among them.
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set o f cardboard
creeping babies at the end of the conte-
Those sending three or more in one
envelope » i l l receive an 1 S98 pocket 1 alendar— no advertising on it. These
creeping babies and pocket caleudars will be different (10m the oues offc-rod in
the last contest.
Better cut these rules out.
W e are asserting in the courts our righ t to the
exclusive use o f the w ord ** C A S T O R IA ,” and
“ P I rC H iC R 'S C A S T O R IA ,” as our T rad e M a rk .
M O N E Y -B A C K ,
F R A N C IS C O .
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, o f H yannis, Massachusetts,
w as the origin ator o f ** P IT C H E R ’S C A S T O R IA ,’*
the same that has borne an d does now bear the
fac simile signature o fC H A S . H . F L E T C H E R
every w rapper. T h is is the origin al “ P IT C H E R ’S
C A S T O R I A ” w hich has been used in the homes
o f the m others o f Am erica for over thirty years,
c o o k Carefully at the w ra p p e r and see that it is
the kind you have always bought, an d has the
signature o f C H A S . H . F L E T C H E R
w rap per. N o one has authority from me to use
m y nam e except T h e Ceutaur Com pany o f w h ich
Chas. H . Fletcher is President.
\ I l
...F O R ...
Match 8, 1897.
On the other hand, it Is held, in Speu-
eor vs. Halpern lArk.j. 3 « L. It. A. 120,
Lightning rods may be valuable if
that one Is not liable as an indorser
Power that w ill save you money and
large enough and insulated sufficiently
where he places over Ills signature the
make you money.
Hercules Engines
to carry a way a bolt of lightning. The
words "I hereby transfer my interest
are the cheapest power known.
common lightning rod is not of much
in the within note." Wi th these eases use.
Gasoline or Distillate Oil; no smoke,
are collected the other nuthorit'es on
fire, or dirt. For pumping, running
the liability of the assignee of a prom­ H O M E 1 *1 :0 l> l )O T S A N D F L U E F O O D .
dairy o r farm machinery, they have no
issory note as an indorser.
A ll Eastern Svrup, so-called, u su a lly very
equal. Automatic in action, perfectly
The fact that a train was running at ligh t colored au d ot h eavy bod y, is m ade front
safe and reliable.
“ Tea Harden b rim ” is m ade from
high speed ill violation of law and tn Sugar
Cane a n d is strictly pure. It is for sale
Send for illustrated catalog.
breach of the promise of the engineei by first-class grocers, in cans only. M a n u fa c ­
tured by the P acific C oast S yrup C o . A ll g e n ­
made to a boy who intended to jump off uine
“ Tea Harden b rim ” h ave the m a n u ia e-
is held. In Howell vs. Illinois Central ttirer's nam e lith o gra p h e d on e ve ry can.
Railroad Company (Miss.), 3 « L. R. A.
In a recent lecture Professor Berg;- \
545, insufficient to rendi r the railroad
Hercule* Special
company liable for Injury to the boy, mann, oi Berlin, stated that in 50
Bay St., San Francisco, Cal.
when he attempted to get off, knowing cases of perforating the skull for epi- |
<2% actual horsepower)
lepsy, he knew of only one permanent ‘
the danger.
P r ic e , o n l y $185.
I cure.
Negligence in pointing a gun at an­
“ King Solomon’s Treasure,” only Apnrodlsiaoal
other aud pulling the trigger is held, in Tonic
(See Dictionary.) |5.U0 a box, i
Bahel vs. Manning (Mich.). 36 L. R. A. weeks’ treatment. Mason Chemical Co., P. O. Bax
747, Philadelphia, Pa.
C o o k in g b y S o la r H e a t.
523, to be unaffected by the fact that
the person doing it had used the ordi­
Firelighters are made in Germany
The various experiments made with
nary means himself of unloading the by twisting wood into a rope, cutting solar engines by the French in Algeria,
gnu and satisfied himself that it was it into abort lengths, and dipping the where the sun is never overclouded and
unloaded. But the fact that the person ends of the pieces into melted resin.
shines with great power, have been at­
tended in some instances with marked
Injured failed to protest or get out of
I believe my prompt use of Piso’s Curs success. The best apparatus ia stated
the way when he saw that the gun was
prevented quick consumption.—Mrs.
option.—Mrs. Lut
to b> a simple arrangement of boiler
nbout to he snapped and had time to do w allaoe,
*------- -
Kalis , *'
Dec. 12, —
and concave mirror,the steam generated
so was held to constitute such contribu­
tory negligence as would preclude his T r, Schilling s Best tea and baking powder. being condensed in a coiled tube sur­
This is an appliance which is known all orar
rounded by water, this being intended the world ior Its wonderful tonic influence upon
recovery of damages from the other.
The oyster is one of the strongest
the waning vitality of tueu and women. IU
An aged woman riding In a funeral oreaturea on earth. The force required
touch is the touch of life Warmth and ener-
procession In a carriage driven by her to open an oyster ia more than 900 India an inventor has contrived some etic health follow its application within 10
machines w itli which more varied re­ days. A permanent cure of all weakneas—
daughter-in-law, when it was struck times its weight.
restoration of new life—is assured iu the long*
sults are accomplished. One of these, est standing cases within 90 davs.
by a street car nt a crossing, is held,
A w fu l W a rn h ig .
in Johnson vs. St. Paul City Railway
“ T h r e e Classes o f M e n . "
A Spanish woman kissed her pug is termed a cooking-box, made of wood
Company (Minn.), 3(5 L. R. A. 580, to he
Dr. Sanden will send you a book npon this
subject, with valuable Information, free. If
not chargeable with negligence, al­ dog and died of hydrophobia last week. and lined with reflecting mirrors, at possible,
call and see his famous Belt. Try It
though she did not look or listen for The retributions of Providence for the bottom of the box being a small and regain your strength. Lite has a new
those who wear it. C a II or address
approaching cars, but relied entirely
tain the heat of the rays concentrated
severa— Pomona Progress.
upon the driver.
by the mirrors upon the boiler,
in ¡163 W e s t X V h r I » in|gton S t.. ! '» r t l a n d . O r*
A conveyance to a railroad company,
this contiivance any sort of foot) may
Plenre mention this Taper
releasing all damages sustained or MRS. P IN K HAM’S VICTORY
te quickly cooked, the result being a
which shall be sustained by reason of
stew or boil if tiie steam is retained, or
K :!. Sidney Hamlet.
the “ construction, building or use" of
if allowed to escape it is a bake. The
the railroad Is held, in Fremont. E. Sc
heat with this device may be aug­
M. V. Ry. Co. vs. Harliu (Neb.). 30 L. Cured b y L y d ia E . P in k h a m ’s V e g e ta b le
mented indefinitely by increasing the
Com pound.
R. A. 417. Insufficient to preclude the
diameter of the box.
grantor from recovering damages for
R ed IIoreE, V a .—T o Mrs. Plnkhara:
the negligent maintenance and oi*era- i
tlon of the road: but the release Is treat- j
A t local applications aa they cannot reach the
ed as equivalent in this respect to a who are suffering with troubles pecul­ mwas-eil portion of the ear. There ia only one
way to cure deafne»«, amt that 1» by constitu­
iar to the female sex.
judgment o f condemnation.
grow paying crops bsomuM th ey’re I
tional remedies. Deafness is eauacif by an fn*
Hercules Gas
Engine Works
s a t a t tt m m n s n a t m s t t K j
“ I would like to express my gratitude
for what your Vegetable Compound, baa
Xxird Salisbury still keeps as a sou- done for me. 1 have been a sufferer
ven,r (n a cablnet at Hatfield an ugly- since girlhood; did not then know the
looking stone o f over a pound in cause of dreadful sick headaches and
weight, with which the window o f a other troubles. I could not take long
carriage in which he was seated with walks, lift or carry anythingheavy, and
his two daughters was smashed at was very nervous.
“ Last summer I was almost an
Dumfries on the evening o f Oet. 21,
1884. His lordship had been delivering Invalid; could not walk across my
I sent for our
a series o f political speeches In Scot­ room without pain.
land. and In the streets there was an physician. He pronounced my case a
attempt at rioting. The occupants of bad one o fP ro la p s u s Uteri,’ conges­
the carriage were, fortunately, unhurt, tion and ulceration of the womb, and
but the ladies took the missile horn» said I was to lie abed. I was so dis­
tressed to find myself so helpless and
with them.
useless to my family; I saw your Com­
W o u ld n 't He In a u lte d .
pound advertised and thought I would
"That Is a cuiious custom they have try it. I took several bottles, and used
|n soroe of the South bea Islands," said the Sanative Wash and Pills as directed,
Mr Wallace, "o f marrying a girl to a and now I am as strong as I ever was,
trpe or some inanimate object, which and do all my own housework. I can
is supposed to act as a sort o f scapegoat walk more than a mile without any
for the shortcomings of the real. live Inconvenience. Ohl I am truly grate-
fuL I cannot write the good you have
Words are Inadequate to
• It Is not absolutely unique." said done roe.
Mrs. Wallace, “ for a woman in thia express it. May Aod bless you for the
good you are doing."—M bs . Buixxf
country to be married to a stick."
But Mr. Wallace, with the calm su­ H a m l e t , Red House, Va.
A n U g ly M issile.
periority of the masculine mind, re»
fused to deem it a personal matter.
T h e S u n flo w e r.
City farmers should give attention
to the possibilities o f the sunflower.
V man in Brooklyn who owned a sub­ Man wbo «uffa» tram tba eoacta ot dlaaaaa. orar.
urban trait planted It In sunflowers work. worry, fron iba folllaa ot yoath or tha ex-
and obtained 100 bushels o f seed to M H a ot manti »od. tram «maturai drmlna, waak-
the acre. He expects to get from each nasi orlaek ot daraiopmant of any orsan, fall ara of
-Ital forcaa. anltuaaa tot mainava, all >arh maa
bnshel two and one-half gallons o f oil, aboufd "coma to tba fonatala haad ” for a arlaatlSo
worth »1.25 a gallon, or over *300 an matbod of marrrlloua power to ntal'aa. d-ralop. ra-
acre. The pressed seeds and fiber also atora. a od aaatain. Wa wlll aioli w ltb a a t r b orsa
ta a p ia la a r a le « e a re lrp e a pamphlet tha*
T e lia I I A ll. Nothinr aant ooaakad. ito aspa
have a value.________________ _
aure, ao «eoaptlon. Addreaa
Sea Life.
The forms o f sea life in the npper por- — w m iu w STKcrr.______aurrato, w. y.
tlon of the ocean waters may descend
to a depth of 1.200 feet or to from th«
aurfaee; but there then »«creed s a liar-
rrn zone, which continues to within
31 « to 300 feet feet from the bottom,
where the deep tea animate befln to
flamed condition of (ho mucous lin in g of the
l Kuaiachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed
you hare a rumbling round or Imperfect hear­
ing, and when It is entirely closed. deafness ia
the result, and unless the inflammation ean he
j taken ont and this tube restored to Its normal
, condition, hearing w lll be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of tan are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We w ill give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness, (caused by catarrh) that cannot
' be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, tend for cir­
culars; free.
F. J. CHENEY « CO., Toledo, O.
told by druggists. 75c.
H all’s Family PiUa are the beat.
fresh end a lw a y s th e best. F or I
sale everywhere. Refute substitutes.
Stick to F e r r y ’s Seeds and prosper.
I 189« Heed Annual free. W rite for IL [
0. M. FERRY * CO., Detroit. Midi.
Only one person in 15 has perfect
»ye«, theflarger poition of tlefectivent M W o o D s a o ,
prevailing among fair-haired people.
C l a r k e fit Co.
U P ...
P o r tla r o . Ow.
Catalogue Free.
O e rm s n y and Chinn,
I» it Wrong?
The foreign office at Pekin says that
when the bandits killed the two mi»-
Get it K igb t
Honarien it ordered the governor of
Keep it K igh t
8hangtting to arrest the culprits, and M o o re 's R e v e a le d R e m e d y wlll do It. Three
the capture of fonr o f tiieni was effect­ doses w ill make yon feel better. Uet II Iron
ed, but meanwhile, indeed only one your druggist or any wholesale drug house, or
day before, the Gormans landed troops from Stewart A Holmes Drag Co , Seattle.
and occupie<rthe forts.
Malta money by ■uccesfnl
The Germans still occupy KiaoChan,
U L n I
speculation In Chicago. Wa
° n mar.
a place of great strategic and com­ I f 1 1 ■■ V 1 I gins. *n< Fortunes
have been
mercial im|iortance, and show no dis­ made on a small ligh tn in g by trading in fti-
tures. Write for full particulars. Best of ref­
position to abandon it, but, on the con­ erence
given. Several years’ ex |»ertence on th «
trary, appear to have seized upon the Chicago Board of Trade, and a thorough know­
the business. Bend for our free refer­
murder of the missionaries as • pretext j ence hook
for obtaining and permanently oocupy- I Chicago Board of Trade Brokers. Offices 1«
and Beattie, Wash.
ing a very .desirable position upon the .
Chinese coast, and so clear is this de­
termination that China has appealed to !
Russia to interfere in her behalf against
Germany reinforced her j
t REt
squadron in the Chinese waters on the
heels of this seizure o f K iao Chau bay, ;
and it is reported that as long ago aa
1895 one o f our warships on the Chinese
P o r t l a n d . O i
coast was applied to by a German ves­
sel for charts o f these waters,“ and par­
ticularly requested detailed charts of
D n*ed for children teething. It soothe« lbs el
the harbor of K iao Cban.”
T h « Ger­ h CM the grime. sU*r* all psln. cores wind cite
h the bool remedv fer diarrhoea. Twenty flee t
mans verified these charts, and mads 'hwtnsi.
H is the beak of all.
more extended surveys o f the place, h s A s s n s a a s a a s A i
tracia« and i
and when “ the German naval offioers
at that tim e dieonseed the probability
of their occupying that port, the murder
it. r- if- c.
of Gerqiaa miseionariee was not men- 1
tio n ed ."
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