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Alway a Subttitute
Recalling the days of our own hnppy
and Innocent rhllilhood, w have
often pilled tlia iniull boys of the
present day, Id Unit Hi little ftrla sit
ting In front of them In school hav
no pigtails for them to pull occasion
ally, but perhaps our sympathies ar
wasted and w suppose even In the
tnoat extreme ram of boyish boh
car could l otlllxcd. Ohio Stat
The Tim to End Suffering
Rawtalt, Calif. 'I uffrd death
with my back, could not straighten
ap to av my Uf. I ud II rat on
battl of Dr.
Pire' 0 o 1 4 a n
tha on boltl of
th 'Favortf IT-
tcrlptlon,' with th
llltl laiaUv Tal-
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thy ar th moat
wondarful m d t
cfn that I vr
took. I hav racom
Bitodod tham to t.
ery on I find suffering, (iod blan
Dr. Plrr." Mr. Mattl E. Agnw,
its lOTin Ait. All daalar.
Writ Doctor Ptsrc. President In
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fr ad vie gnd blm 10 If yoa
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clnaa In tablet form.
Diet and the Ear
ttoctor at th Uolverslly of Califor
nia ar studying otosclerosis, a llttl
understood dtseas of tli rar, causing
deafness, to ae whether diet affect
tli ear bone.
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Visitor "Hav you a pronounced
Illness?" Jimmy "Yeah, but I can't
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Apartmentt With Movie
Occupunt of ao elaborate apart
men l building to be erected In Nice,
France, will have moving picture eon
veulcncea, for th owner are erecting
a theater, icatlug mora than 1.WK
people, on th adjoining lot. Th
building will hav 48 large apartment
equipped with lateat modern rouveo
lence. If ihoM pinch
or feei ch-vttirtdttdMrt-
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tit Prof, and Toilet d CavwteM
1 taWtMHB ttl imUllnla,
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nit m4 wrw
If yn r ft rr frnm tnma'-li 1t
rrtor. y It to fnttrawlf to ! Karr
flMl Tablwfa trtl. Th-y btm quirk rUf
In acute eM, and (f I a a mm a natitv.
llotial t rutin- fit. tvrtn prfhil rllC.
Tabita ara aMo1niir harmW-m If tnnttn-snt-fit
ta tt from r-f drtiiftat, a4 1
TIIK KAHR m.
IM Hor4a H4rH. Mm FraarW, Calif.
MK A frTF(TIVIC. OrMt itman4 r
thn, train an4 a!t ya In arurtv
p il Una Writs t'tr fr partli-ulara Natlmtal
ll"t Aanry, Ki riux.a Iildg , txnvar, "-l-.
liMMiitHta aat) HtarliMnle l"rtartitUa
writ NMHait1 t all art of th world. Wnn
ual ant) brtthfr-' fr. Ilnltr Mrm ('., tI
HI. Clair Ht., hlcaa. 111, KtabllBN1 laU.
Hii4iIii ftiirfca Ura aMl lim, rrlr4
In mti4 Ho. Ini rrM nmi all rar rt.uM.
o 0 huakjrcbirliaa-klir. Kr ratal Panh.na
tUlfhrl, 411 Mar . CarrduA, Ind
AT KK'A At.KAMR N ICR It HKMnSM
f-f all dlaana, wrlta wlr, tiD MM I
rlna (V, Mall Urdar Ilt , Whlttlar
Itoaivvartl, loa Arm , California.
lAiXU IT. Tiny traaaum (ram
rifjr Ktntim. Wa'd lava to tva yo on.
jttt ftama and addraa pronto, Otrta Mta
aloa Bhoptja, Hoi 141, A la mixta, Calif.
Vm.ir Makio in Vr Htan. Praaaant, prof
It a ai. KHrlJca ttfltacasarr. W (Mth
("artlralara frt-a ('Mi aady Ca Hwt
lit. Wall airt vtatton, Naw Tork.
STATE APPROVED LANDS
Hintll ImpniTad farraa la Vfll ulllihl
MttlunrnU Kroll. alfalfa, dairy, bog, poul
try. I hurrho. blirh trbuol, (mnmu icbn.il.
Almnlniiruvixl UmUvlih Brmt water rlghia.
Lu; Uriu. Writ fnaa Pan
W. N. U, PORTLAND, NO. 1 6-1 927.
Thirty-eight atataa In tht country
art "uioue atulen," In which pracau
tloni ahould be taken to prevent tuuuaa
plague, Ilk that In California.
A gua maak for uiluera hua been
developed that enn be carried In
pocket, being llttl larger than to
of the Buzz Family
(IM mil, Wun Nawavmiw Union.)
fbla world that w r llvln' la
la mighty hard to but,
W tt a thorn wlih vry ro
llut ain't th roan awtt
When serving a roaat on mny omtt
potatoes and serve the following
broad, eliminating some
of th starch In th
Spoon Brad. Taki
one etipful of cArnnieul
on tenxpoonful of oak
tug powder, jn cupful
of milk, one and one
half cupful of boiling
wuter. two beaten egga
and two tiihlenpoorifuls of shortenltig.
Mis (he corn meal with th boiling
water, on teaapoonful of anlt and
simmer ten minutes In a double holler;
remov from the beat, add the yolk
of the egga, abortenlng; cool and fold
In th elimy ueMten while with the
baking powder, link half an hour In
a hot oven; aerv from th dlah.
Splc Nut. To one cupful of
sugar add two tnhlcspooufula of but
ter; when well-mixed, add two well
beaten egga, on ctiiful of flour, on
fourtb cupful of thinly shredded
citron, one ball teHpiuiifill of cln
nnmon, one-fourth cupful of almond
one-fourth teHapoonfut each of allplc
and clove. Mix In the uaual ordi-r
add flour enough to mnk Into ball
th si of hickory nut. I'lac on
buttered tin an Inch apart and hake a
light brown. They may he dipped In
to melted chocolat or In fondant. If
Prd ChicknItoll a fowl In ai
llttl water a poaalhle, till th bone
slip out caally, IteiiHtv the akin, pick
th meat apart, mix together the dark
and light meat and aeaaon the liquor
highly with aalt, pepper, celery tall
and lemon Juli. I loll down to on
cupful of the liquor and mix with tlx
meat Butter a mold and decorate
with ellcee of hard cooked egg on th
(Idea and bottom, alao with thin slice
of cooked bain and tongue cut Into
fancy ahapea, I'ack In th meat and
aet away to harden with a weight on
top. )lp th mold In warm water and
turn out carefully. GaruUh wltb
Popcorn Pudding. prepare a cus
tard of two egg to a plot of milk,
sugar and flavoring to taste, and atlr
In a cupful or more of frenhly popped
and ground corn, take until the cus
tard la wt. In a moderate over.
Tartar Saue. Mix one tahleapoon-
ful of vinegar, one teaapoonful of
lemon Juice, one-fourth teaapoonful Of
aalt. on tahleapoon fill of Worcester
shire aauce; heat over hot water,
Itrown one-third of a cupful of butter
and atraln Into the flmt mixture.
What to Eat
The traveler who take bl ft rat
trip around th world I anianed to
find how the older
count rle of Ku
roi recognize the
vnlue of flh and
tea food In the
dally diet In the
ItrltUh Isle even
the most modeat
flab on th mono of each meal. The
Scandinavian countrle are noted for
their partiality for flan and ca food
In I'arla o particular arc they that
In Minn reatauraota llv fish are
elected by patron from the pool
wher they swim about
In America, however, the Innd
where more and better sea food I
produced than any other nation, we
Any fresh flh may b cooked In a
chowder, making a moat acceptable
dlah. A salad especially good to serve
with a fish chowder la cabbage. Khred
a small head of cahhage very fln.
dreaa with vinegar, salt pepper and a
Another equally good I shredded
cabhag dreaaed with cream, (Ugar, a
bit of aalt and a dash of vinegar.
Frld Corn Mal Mush. When pre
paring muah for th uper of mush
and milk make enough ao that th fol
lowing morning the muah may be frlec
for breakfast. Fry In slice and
erv with bacon.
Baked Haih.Rutter a shallow bak
Ing dlah and pile In th hash pre
pared with aeaaoned real chopped
hard-cooked egg alao chopped, ineltei
fnt and green pepper with broth oi
gravy to moisten. Dak until crlap.
A nlc dlah. which I liked by to
mate lovers Is prepared t follows;
Place slice of bread In the oven ant
when well heated butter and erv
with the aeaaoned tomato poured ovei
thetn. Toaat may be used inatead o
the heated bread If preferred.
Anchovy and Egg Sandwich, Re
move shells from alx hard-cooked egg
mash and sift the yolks, finely cho
the whites, mix with a tableapoonfu
of chopped paraley, finely chop alx an
chovles, add to the egg mixture
moisten with mayonnaise or cooker
- Society Sandwich. Finely chor
one package of seeded raisins, two
cupful of finely chopped pecans, sea
son with salt. Whip double cream,
Odd In a stlflly beaten egg white, add
suit and a dash of paprika. Moisten
the raisin mixture with the cream
Spread on thinly alleed buttered brend
and serve with orangeade at an after
Arthur D. HowrJen Smith
A alhor of
PORTO BELLO COLD, Etc
19b h? Rrntno'.)
CHAPTER X Continued
The yelling In the wood Increased In
volume aa the False Face followed
the course we had taken by broken
branches and footprint In the pine
mold. A misshapen flgur with the
head of some fabled beast sqtiattered
Into the trull and galloped around,
nose to ground like a hound seeking a
loat scent. In a moment the ugly
head was lifted, and a howl of satla
faction greeted the other monstrous
similes which joined It. The whole
pack gave tongue and vanished up the
trail after Marjory.
Ta wan ne ar waited to give the
stragglers time to appear, then rone
and led the way along the bed of th
We walked In the water for more
than a mile, when the stream turned
to the norm and we atep;ied nut upon
a rock and dressed. Afterward we
caught the overhanging bough of a
tree and awung ourxelve onto dry
ground above the bank, never leaving
a trace of our course up to that time.
From thl point we traveled on
through the forest, pursuing no settled
path, but holding to the weatwasd in
the direction of Oswego on th ihur
of the C'adurakul lake.
We did not stop until after midday.
Ta-wan-ne-ars knocked over a wild
turkey with his tomahawk, kindled s
fire of dry atlcks and broiled the Juicy
bird before the coal. He Insisted
that I ahould sleep first, promising to
arouse me at the end of two hour
be reckoned time, I should explain, by
the decleiialoa of the sun. But when
he finally did arouse me the sun was
clime to setting, and I saw by the
sunken look of hla eye that he had
not alept during hla watch.
"Why did you not wake mef I
"Ta-wan-ne-ar had no wish for
aleep," h returned.
"Nonaenae," I retorted. "Tnu cannot
go Indefinitely without rest."
"t bad my thouglua for company,"
be aald simply. They ar not happy
thoughts, brother. They would not let
me aleep. Your search la ended, broth
er," he added.
"What do you mean?"
"The soul you sought has been
found. It la no longer aick."
"Mayhap," I agreed, "but none the
lea 'tis out of reach and In great dan
ger." "We shall sav It" he encouraged
me. To-wan ne-ara knows. We muat
wait The time will come."
He refused again to aleep, and we
ate the remainder of the turkey our
hunger a prodlgloua and puttied
on, traveling most of the night Sot
once did we aee a trace of the Keep
ers, and when we halted Ta-wan-ne-ars
said that we were on the marches
of the huuting grounds of the Mo
hawk. In the late morning we killed a rub
bit, broiled and ate It and tramped
the virgin forest until long past sun
set The following afternoon we
caught our first view of the luland sea
from a height of land, and the next
morning we sighted the stockade of
Oawego. the fort which Governor Bur
net had established ou the adores of
th lake In hi effort to divert the
far-western fur trade from the French
Th gate wa closed, hut a we ap
proached It opened, and ao enormous.
pot-bellied figure in buckskin and fur
cap sauntered out to meet vs.
Ma, Idt la you," Corlaer hailed as.
"What baa huppenedl I hafe come
here to scout der Doom Trail aiult
learn how yoa dledt andt yoa are
8o we told blm, whilst the !l uiennnt
In command of the post and his garri
son of twenty lusty frontiersmen ft ti
ered In a knot to listen over each
"Iludt budt," expostulated Peter,
"you hafe been In I-a Vlerge du llolsl"
"Iludt nobody has efer been In La
Vlerge du Hoi
"And come out alive," I amended.
"I fear many poor souls have been sac
rificed by these fiendish priests."
Peter Insisted upon our repeating
th tale with all details, and I believe
be would have required a third ac
count had It not been for the Interrup
tion which came during the afternoon.
We were sitting In the comman
dant's quarter on the upper floor of
the blockhouse when the aentrie on
the stockade announced a large fleet
of canoes approaching frn.n the west
The lieutenant promptly Ismud order
tc get out the trade goods, end pre
pared for an Impressive reception of
the savaged, deeming them emissaries
of tome tribe come to exchange their
fur catch of the winter.
Dut the leading canoes held on past
the fort, and none of those which fol
lowed gave Indication of Intent to
ateer inshore. 1
"Hafe yoa a canoe T" asked Corlaer
of the bewildered lieutenant. "Ja?
"Well, my frtentlta andt I will go ondt
ask what tnls means."
Wa launched the canoe from the
water-gale, and with Peter mid Th
wan-near at the puddles, sped ottt
Into the luke. Some distance from
shore w overhauled (lie rear squiiil
run of the fleet, every canoe loaded
deep with packagei of furs.
"He, brothers," called T wan pe
ar. Th chief of the Kngllsh fort
jrtte cesaniuida here In the num of
Ua-en-gwa-ra-go, Invites yon to come
ashore and trade with him."
L'p stood a large, atout man with
lanky black hair, dressed In the uni
form of the French marine troops, who
bad been ensconced behind a bale of
"Ha, 'tis my friend from Aries," he
shouted, "and His companion, the noble
war, chief I Bo the Keepers did not
'No, Monsieur de Jonralre," I re
plied. "We are still alive to plague
'Ventre St Reml, 'tis not sorry 1
am I Try It again, my lad. Only try
It again 1"
'And what are yoa doing with these
He roared with laughter.
"No nior than shepherding them
past the temptations of the Kngllsh."
Ta-wan-ne-ar called again to the
Indians In the canoe.
"Come ashore, brother. We have
rich goods to trade with you."
"We do not need to trade with the
Kngllsh," a voice replied. "We are
glad we can trade wltb our father,
the French. They have plenty of
good to offer us. Onontto has sent
word he will pay better than the Eng
"Ha, ha, ha," exploded Joncalre.
"Ho, bo, hot Mort de ma vie I
Touerr-rr-re de Dieu! Tie ao odd
world 1 Aa re vol r and avoid the
Keept-rs. Avoid the Keeper by all
mean. 1 am told they keep a strict
watch upon the Uootn Trail these
Hla paddlers dipped their blades, and
hla bellows of laughter were wafted
back to us aa hla canoe followed the
fur argosy down tbe lake toward the
French post on the St Lawrence
post whose magazine were already
beginning to swell with the life-blood
of English trade which was pouring
over the Doom Trail.
We Meet Red Death and Black
"We must scout the Doom Trail," I
said aa we carried the canoe through
the water-gate and deposited It with
in the atockade. "I will write the gov
ernor at once of affair at Jagara and
La Vlerge 'du Kola. But this last
busluess make It necessary be should
have sure Intelligence of what passe
"Jo." agreed Corlaer slowly. "Bud
I hafe another scheme we might try
He surveyed the scores of dwindling
canoe, their silvery birchen sides
aglenm in the sunlight thetr dripping
paddle blades shining as the paddler
drove them along.
They will make camp by sunset at
der point of der three rocks. That Is
eight ten mile from her. J a, we
can make It."
"Muke what?" I asked Impatiently.
'"I)er distance. Andt my plan."
"What plan, man?"
To put der grin or der other aide
of Jonculre's face, by I Now you
And be outlined an undertaking
which teemed absurdly simple until
I chanced to look up and see that fleet
of canoea clouding the eastern horizon
of the lake.
They are too many for us," I ob
"Ja, If they know we come," he ad
mitted. "Budt they do not."
"It Is well worth trying," said Ta-
. Plants Grow Rapidly in Continuous Light
Experiments In the as of Intensive
illumination as an aid to horticulture
were made recently with l.noo-wntt
gna-filled lamps equipped with large
reflectors. In every case the progress
of the plants waa remarkable, says
The plants were placed under the
light when buds were Just beginning
to form. Daffodils and lnt lilies,
when placed under the light for six
hours a night, flowered In four day,
growing about an Inch a day.
The rapid progress of vegetation In
the Arctic regions, once the sun has
reached a fair altitude, has already
been noticed by travelers, Tbla Is
most likely due to the fad that day
light" Is continuous, although the pret
ence of an unusually high ultra violet
wan-ne-ars deliberately. "If It suc
ceeds It will set back the plans of
Onontlo and 'Murray."
"Andt If It does not; tlieta yoa tell
der gofernor Peter Corlaer tried one
too often to get der Joke back on Jon
calre." With which sage comment, Peter
took himself off to arrange with th
post commandaht for drawing certain
supplies we should require for this
Two hours later an express left
Oswego with dispatches for Governor
Iiurnet, describing the situation at
Jagara and our experiences at La
Vlerge du Hols, as well as tbe passage
of Joncalre' argosy of furs, the great
est haul which had so fur been made
by either country that year on th
frontier. Before the gate was slammed
shut again we three slipped out and
waved good-by to the garrison on th
Our advance was cautious, and w
parted company with Corlaer In soma
bushes, whence we could distinguish
figures dancing around the flames and
hear the distant yells of the guests of
Joncalre as they caroused on bl
brandy. The Dutchmun trlpted to
bis belt Ta-wan-ne-ey relieved him
of hla musket powder horn and bullet
pouch, and 1 shouldered bis clothe
"l:y der blasted pine a goodt mile
beyoudt der other side," whispered
Peter as he waded Into the water.
"You are sure you can stay afloat
ao long 7"-1 asked with some mis
giving. "Ja," he aald scornfully. "When
you bear a noise like fish rising
three times, that 1 Peter."
He settled knife and tomahawk
against either thigh, slung a spar
flask of powder beside them, aank for
ward to bit chin and began to cleave
the water with powerful, overhand
"W most hurry, brother," admon
He started off at right angles with
tbe path we bad been following, and
we fetched a circle around the group
of fires, coming ultimately to a hlgtt
point abov tbe shore half a mile be
yond them. Here we rested, both be
cause our weurines wa very great
and because we desired to wltnesa
Peter's exploit and, If need be, be
prepared to aid blm.
It was past midnight end the' fire
bad burned low and the brandy drink
er soaked themselves stupid. Not
sound came to us, except for the call
ing et a wolf from the heavy timber
limhor and th croaking of water
birds. Twa Ta-wan-ne-ars' eagle vision
which aw the (lunger aignal. He
gripped my arm.
"Look, brother," he biased.
I looked, and a flame spurted up
ward between the fire and the water.
There waa a sharp explosion. A long
minute elapsed, and then a chorus of
excited yells rose, dropped aud wa
We listened for ten minutes, and
whilst the yelling continued, with In
termittent shooting, there was nothing
to Indicate triumph or satisfaction.
In the meantime tbe flames which
Peter had kindled, after nourishing
grandly, gradually died out as the
awakened savage removed those
canoe which had not caught fire and
threw water ou such as were ouly
Half an hour passed uneventfully.
Then the steady lapping of the water
agaiust the beach was disturbed by tbe
splash a fish makes In rising. It was
repeated twice. Ta-wan-ne-ars leaned,
over and splashed the water thrice
with his hand. A grunt boomed out
of tbe darkness. Ripple spread In a
widening circle, and a , huge form
atepped noiselessly ashore. Ignoring
our helping bands.
"Oof, that wa a goodt Joke on Jon
calre," muttered Peter. "Souie canoe
I aiiiasb wltb der ax andt some I blow
up with der powder andt more are
burnetii. Where are .my clothes? I
am soaked like der muskrat"
"You were long In coming," tald Ta-wan-ue-ars,
"My brother hi not
"Nvin. nein. Ooof, what a swliul I
tell you 1 bafe bubble under my
"Did you damage them much?" t
Peter .suspended the operation of
struggllug into hla shirt aud chuckled
"I would glfe much to see der face
of that Joncalre when he counts his.
canoes andt der fur packs he bas left
Twice now we get der Joke on him."
Wet as he was, wltb the water drip
ping from his lank hair, be Insisted
upou quitting that dangerous locullty
at once, ,We trumiied across country
until the Sun was high, and we stum
bled upon an isolated family of Onon
dagas, who made us free of their ga
nosote. (TO BE CONTINUED.)
content I probably , aa Influential
The tame explanation msy account
for the rapid growth of wheat In re
gion such as Alberta, in Canada,
where th whole process of sowing
to harvesting ha to be completed
In five months. .
Boy1 Idea of Panont
A youngster's essay on clergymen
runs; There are three kinds of cler
gymen, blshups, recters and curat, the
blahups tell the rector to work and
the curals have to. do It A curat I a
thin married man, but when he la
recter he gets, fuller anu cud preach
longer sermons and hecutnt a good
man." Boston Transcript.''