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HONG KONG KOLUM
flIKDFOM) MAIL TKIUUNiS PREPAREDNESS PLANS
.C 4JfHIfrK,,Ili?J,lC Mr.,SftEiia5ff. i T f '' ' ' J '''N'T WlhMON lin mn1r- ah wHIpm! rwnril.'
viiuiHiiHi' - aw r Rnowji If. I- l , . s i I l i
i - in iiHH kpiii i iii iixiiiiiii fiiir iti run iiihiiimt trif i ii n
worldwide wnr. He linn lived up to the liiKhrat iflenl of
the republic' tn avoiding nnm-d ititoi'votitlon in Moxico, m
fvoriiuf restitution to Coluinhin for I'mmmn, and in giv
ing Mflf-govfrmnont to tlir Philippines. This true demo
cm tic record in marred, however, in our humble offtiinn
tion, by hi wlvoewy of preimredness in which the ex
jcntive completely reverse iiinweli'.
Prcpnrwlnpwi i not n pni'tinnn question. Ilvcrvone lo
Hevcn in nderpinte protection of the nation for defence. It
in the degree of prepnredneHH which oeenntWm the diff-r-
ence in opinion, ns well ns the method of paying for the
prepfiredneMR and even this is not n partisan issue.
between the Wilson preparedness, costing two billions
in the next few yearn, Mid the Roosevelt preparedness,
consisting of a nation In amis and costing ten billions in
the mime period, we favor the Wilson plan as the lesser of
two evils, though a careful perusal of the president's
speeches fails to uncover a single valid reason for th;
necessity of huge armaments.
III! !-. a . m ......
I lie i inted .Males lias already spent billions upon it
rvmy ,md navy. If they have been wasted, and we have,
nothing to show for the money, court martials are in order.
Mut we have, at any rate, the third most 'powerful navy in
. m 1 ...... . . . .
l lie world, and lor lis size, a remarkably efficient, army
sufficient, for a nation not engaged in exploiting its
The president has not suggested any equitable solution
of the problem of raising the money to pay for prepared
ness. To perpetuate the war tax is to continue to make
the people pay the burden on things they use. To restore
the tariff on sugar is a step backward, forcing all the peo
ple to pay again increased prices, for a necessity for the
profit of the sugar barons. To propose "anti-dumping'
tariff legislation for the close of the war is to restore
vicious special legislation.
War munition stocks have increased in value nearly a
billion dollars in a year, and their profits run inlo the
iiuidreds of millions. Why not tax those who profit by
Possibility of Injury
from Smudging With Oil
"No mIi!" inld Colonel Ilonrlinn
to th visitor In Stlllvlllo, "wo don't
IrnVo lynrhlnn' linroalioiitn atir morn.
ThlM community linn pronnmnml to u
litglmr piano of civilization. Wliun
n mini Imlulmra olKhl or ton pttoplo
nowaday wo ijutotly liaun n warrant
for lila arroat, look hltn up If Ilia
pnltrn force dnpan't liappwi to Ik
flaliliiK that day. put him In a nice,
airy rail with a lirlnht southern x
IKMHre, liavn llio Indy wrltra for the
nsiMnnra Interview lilm, poatpnno
t tip mta till all of thn wltnnaaoa din
or morn out ol tli country, try hltn
nil ovnr aaln till at last nvnrrhndy
lii) (ho town foritnta what ho was
lnokud up for anil thon thi Kovnrnor
INydutta him out ao ha ran not Into
thii movlaa. No aah! Xo inont lynch
liifl hra. W'rw rlvlllmd now! ,
A IrfillhiillnoiiK IjissIc
'Ho tma a wide aHiinintnncn."
him with linr tha
'Hiirel I saw
If you want to savn inouoy, tradn
Villi a one-arwed hiitrhnr ho enn't
woJhIi hoth hainla with nvory ordnr.
Clark (to Tomnir Atkins who has
HSkml to tm somo sllvar namn
hrooahos) llnra you nro. Takn your
vhttlw, ISthal, Maud, (JlHilyn. I'anrl,
Dolly -niiy of tho.
Tmtmy V. all of thosn but
Olfldjs. And I'll havo I'olly and
Alleo, too, If you've got 'nin.
Siijw thii cat i on Uio I'llm.
3fl. Mr. ilaii, glrla don't wear fur-
ihdhn( aiiHM becaumt I liny 're any
warmer than the other kind.
Tales of the Town
The other day.
I met a friend.
And he had Just roim.
Vm he was souse).
On Hear beer.
Or MHiy pop.
Awl be fall on my Heok.
And wpt biusr I ears.
As he poured Httt.
Ill lute of woe.
AHd the iMra.
0t on My rollr.
AHd WS4 U w.
I had deuos of a ttwe.
Tryl ( muMi Mm.
A ad bo wouIUh'U
old be couldn't.
And I asked him wfcyf
A ad bo told am
Ho had iMwnitaod.
To moot hla wlfa.
Hut he had an appolatnoot.
With the fooaiy Hathotoflat.
To talk oven
The spray ouoatlON,
Ho be 'pboaod hla alro. '
Ho couldn't MOel her.
As he had a date.
Aad the darned 'phono.
aMwIlod It wrotif,
For aha took U.
Aad she' mad.
Aad wont let htm.
And If Mr. OaU.
Uo la liable to sake.
When tha orehardUt.
ToU their vlvoa.
They havo a dale.
Ho would ehaaio,
That Is a roitas) puav
BiM I waatod lavoos'.
Te JU A. C A.
war Why not tax incomes and inheritances adonuateh
as they do in England, where -lf per cent of the total rev
enues before the war came from this source, as against, J)
per cent in America Why throw the burden upon the
worker, merchant, farmer and professional man
lut to come back to preparedness. Neither the Wil
son plan nor the Uoosevelt plan nor any of the other plans
suggested are for real preparedness, which consists in
making the nation prepared for peace as well as war. This
involves federalization of railroads, public utilities and
natural resources. It follows along lines adopted in (Jer
niany for economic and social prosperity, but through
democracy instead of autocracv. Such preparedness "is
based upon the welfare of the individual instead of hia
, In the highest sense, the Tinted States is unprepared
and neither armies nor navies can prepare it. The
economic condition of the people has been sadly neglected.
The rich are growing richer and the poor poorer. It is
steadily slipping backward. The census bureau shows that
in our oldest states the percentage of illiteracy is rapidly
growing and Hie purchasing power ol the dollar con
stantly shrinking, rneniploymeiit, poverty and squalor
are constantly increasing.
Can it be expected that a government that does not
show any interest in its people in going to secure a great
degree of patriotism from those people Vet it is these
people who are expected to furnish fodder for the gnus and
pay the cost of war.
Preparedness begins at home not externally. To make
the Tinted States prepared, make the people contented as
well as prosperous. Make our civilization worth a sacri
fice to perpetuate.
Hv HOWAIUi A. 1111.1
I'or wrrernl ;vear many jHle
have '.tpereMrmf lh- "liurtefr that
they were injuriiHr Iheir orehnnla by
amudaiHff with m.
While I wan l (nnlll loat year
I tHk the thftft, With the help of Pr.
AtWfWHl, to nriif iHrnujrh the poHejre
library sen whether I conld find
OMythmt an either tide of (be nli
jert. I fonml a number of poWile
aoureea of nifitryra'iim n idi.vslolojri
leal alnnrifHTiMf, trfthout nnv Mihle
benefit from tho oil, nve from the
net Hint itt luirlitiir it uivit off hen I.
I took ft nninpr of note on the
nrllelei, fiiir, having milnht them, will
not lie nlde Id go Jpfo the mlie' in
o great ilelail K I would like te:
yc, anyone who will dike tho uiin
lo jfo into Ihf Milijcel cnrefdll.v will
find (lie fuel ag I cie them.
Ktlilenn fi;m TiijuiT
Iii my opinion, the inot imporlant
elmnee of injury ia from ethylene
n (C2IM). Thia ga liende one of
tho seines of Iiydro-enrhona and ix
found in nil eonl gna nml in emde oil.
rnnin'tioim, with the Inula junl
lendv lo hrealr, worn pxiioaod for leu
hours to llii gna, diluted one pnit of
to one million nrt of air. Tina
(hiihpiI the lintl to die nml lirenk off
.without lilooming or opnnine further.
There hns been no woik done on
1he produela of eomhutioii from the
Hifferent typea of ml pot iiel; hut
we know Hint emnhimlion i verv in
eomplete when amoke i given off in
Niieh qunnlitiea na it i from oil mt.
lueomplete eoinhiialioii ineana iueom
plele oxidntion of the fuel produetx,
with the prohnhle relenae of aomo of
RURAL CREDITS BILL
Til ll Wilson administration is pressing for tho enaction
of a rural credits bill along lines of the measure re
porled by the joint committee of the house and senate.
While not all that the advocates of rural credits desire, it
is a long step in the right direction.
I he bill provides for twelve laud mortgage banks, to
be known as federal land bank, each in a separate dis
trict after the plan of the federal reserve system. Thev
are to be capitalized at not less than iK)0,00() each and au-
t homed lo issue debenture bonds based on land mort
gages to an amount not exceeding twenty times their cap
ital and surplus. The mortgages wouldlx a first lien on
improved farms occupied by the owners and for amounts
loaned not exceeding ."0 per cent of the appraised value
of the piiiperty.
The money loaned must be for expenditures upon the
farm, such as the purchase of the farm, for stock, imple
ments, improvements or some investment. The mortgages
would run for at least five yetti-s, and thereafter could' be
mid in whole or part at any interest date. They provide
for n regular iwiymcnt of not less than I per cent mi the
principal at eacii interest date, which, without other pav
meuU on the principal, would extinguish the debt in
Local associations, to be known as "national farm loan
iiisoeiMtions," are authorized, to be composed of Ixn-row-ei-s,
eneh taking stock in the association to the extent of 5
ju'i' cent of his loan. Other co-operation features are pro
vided. The federal government furnishes the money for tho
farm loans to lumiclulio enterprises, but this government
luouey would make way for private money as the farmers
themselves entered into the co-operative investment and
furnished their own lmmcv. KvetttunLlv tln rnvmiMs
Iwould completely control aiid the banks lieeonte in reitlity
po-opcralive farmers' institutions inioVr federal super-
The rural credits bilLu-ill thus nmvidi mmim- r..i. fnm
devtuient at long time on low interest rates.' with onev
puyinents, unite the funnel's in co-operative eiKJenirlsy and
eventually nmke their ainockliojei owi&r of tlieir own
C O o CO
.the gnea in the free xtnle. If ethy
lene in one of lliptfe Biiae. it ia very
lioeaihle, with Ihe numher of oil jol
Hint nre liunieil in thin vnllev eueh
Venr, lo rnneli n point where the eon
eentrnlion of gna would he verv dnn
geroua to vegetnlion; and napeeinlly
dangerous to Ihn hloaaomM, they be
ing the wenkest nml mont tender part
of the tree at this time.
The ilen-e smoke I In own off by
Ihe oil polx will prevent pollination
when smudging ooeura before feitil
ixntiou hut tuken plnee.
A won! here regarding the proeons
of fertilization would not be Hinixs-.
The egg cell or femnle element of the
flower if born down in thn center of
Ihe lower end of the pintil. The )m1
len, or mule element, is boni in the
mithcix, which nre found in the tiw
of the atnm.iu, (iV'H'P Ihn pollen i
rie the anthera ttrtlit and allow the
Knona tn cnttcrf' bonie iHilimi ia
light nnd drv and i parried hv thn
wind, while idher pollen i .tiekv and
heavy nnd mt ho carried hv in-
Wlie'n the piatil i rwetdive to fer
tilixntiou the tip or stigma accrete
it sticky limiid, whieh catches the xil
len irriiin. if it conuw in cimtnct with
it, nml which nlo aetn na n gennin
iitimi medium for the pollen.
After Ihe ruiu I ma been iletoited
it will lie in the lirpiiil omelimeM for
tweuty-fiMir houit before the getiii
iimtiou html-.. Then u tube begina
to uiow I'iihii the wall of Ihe ladlen
grain nnd eutcif the lip of the Mix
inn. Thii IiiIh- works itn wnv down
through the ti-Mie of the pistil, us
ually oietiiiiur it- own msagcwny un
til it rviiHieH the ttgit cell, I laic the
tip of the tube caters it MHHiite -ening'
in the oxule of the nuclei of
the pollen gniiu, thim forming the
embr.Mi of lh' -ceil. Tlii- whole pro
ft tiikex phicc in from ;itl to fl(I
How lllooiii I- UiiIiumI
If MiiiMlginK I like iiioee while Ihe
piMil i- reicpiixe nnd lwfore iiollin-
hlion hna taken (dace, tlie blonni i"
ruined, brcait-c the aoot will ollei t
on the ftlfcrnn b long ns tluic i-e-inn
i ik nnv m.n-iiire that iimih
Mirltcd. The iliiitmge i doiihlv -uio
in lhi 'iec, ln-.nue the imlleli emi
II ol -I hk whi'ii the purr- etc :ih--iirbcd
l tin not , ami, Miiulil .1
niillcM i: i .iiii ill ncc I" lnil :i "ii ih.'
I mut -ii. I., il could tint ui Hi. in j .iinl -
.Hi' III i .111 , (hi num. lilt iluii', . Iiii !i -II Mil
i ab(iliitHy eenlinl tn tfrrrniimtion,
as neew oiwowaFD.
If the hwieeom haa been noHmaled
the day before awtHlglMg taken imee,
ermmali'wi might atart. hot fertiHso
tkii would peolmblv never be eoni
ptetetl, owing to the nhenrntion of the
neceiHinrr ligmatie fluid. Then,
there in another ehonee for Injury. It
bun leen provaw that Ihe dnt from
a cement fuetory writ prevent fertil
hmtion by hentraliaing the alight
acidity of the aligmntie fluid. 11iN
prevenlrd the germination of the (Mil
ieu urnin. There i the imealhiltly of
injury Mmilnr tn (hit from 0m o1k Or
fnmi the foreign mailer whMh it.
There ehnnee n)o of renetinn
between Ihe aligmntie juices nml the
toot, or foreign matter which it
might earry, to form aome injiirioim
eomfwnind which would ?nftirn the
hhtoaom lo ueh nn eslenl na to inke
it to drop, even though fertilisation
had been completed.
Iciim Smoke U lluHfol
It bna been proven time nnd ngniti
that tletme moho ia injiirioim lo veg
etnlion. The deportment, of ngrieiil
tine Iijih published 11 hiilletiu 011 the
Mthjeet; nnd the lown experiment
hIii Lion hue puhli-licd unothet on the
smoke injury in the fnetorv tliwtricte.
The injury acinus lo be due to tbu
clogging or tho atoinntn, or lent
IMiru-, IhiiM proventing the lenvea
from functioning ami eau-inif vege
tnlion to die.
The spring Mart of fruit nnd other
trees in made on stored plant food,
which has been mnde in excess of the
trees' daily needs iliiriinr. previous
growing sonaon. All bud develop
ment and growth aie mnde on the en
ergy derived fiom this food until the
young leuves are well out. If these
lenxes are letuleied iniietive by tin
sooty deposits, the period of growth
on atnrcd food 1 prolonged until new
leaves enn be pushed out, thus enus
ing n heavy diwin on the reserve ma
terial of the tree. If this is prolonged
over a period of years, n greatly
weakened tree is bound to result.
Danger lo the orchard in the hnnd
Jiug of the oil must be taken into
consideration. If the wind should
blow a cover off of one of the pots
.while in the orchard mill rain should
follow before the cover is replaced
it might cause the iwit to overflow.
The soil which the oil touches is dead,
so far n supporting plnut life is con-
till Will Kill Trees
There is also the willed daiutcr of
ovcrturniiiK the jwds during cultiva
tion. Mnny trees have We 11 killed
outright in I lint manner. Wheicvcr oil
lunches a tiee it will kill the bark
ami the wood just mm surely as liliahl.
JVe have hwt n number of trees from
this cuuae. Wherever leplnntiug is
done, all of the soil which has come
in contact with nil must he removed
befoio 11 new tree can start.
The effect of oil 011 the soil is very
lasting. I ran show anyone spot
in my father's orchard where oil wn
spilled seven year ago nml no weed
or xejfctalion of nnv kind has grown
on them since.
WohI can Ik1 nnd has liven success
fully used in place of oil; nml bv us
iim it a ureal manv of the objection
able features of the oil have been
nioided. The object of sHiiidvim: is
to raise Hie temH'raliire. I have
raised the IciuiH-ratiiiv iu a hulf-acie
block nt' bear in c iMwichcs in the Conn
trv dub orchards with one wood tire
to even three tries ciuhi tlcrccs
alwive thut of the surrounding hum.
The w.hxI requires eloser attcnlnni
than the oil ind nnd il tnkes n little
(nrger hint to handle il. tint at the
cad of the season the monev cost is
prudicuJIv- the same. Then, tint, the
nuajicv -MHl fur the nil vnc out of
the valley, while if the wood wire
used it would he purchased cb.c at
home where our own ciplc milil
y I the benefit ol il.
IiiIkiiiIoii a I'lie-l I'levenlive
Oil -ninke cti-ls the vallcv llimi--
iliiiliii- iiilii tin- rlii c i'i the
iii -i.i -ni, .mil it is i. IitiU
f -11 1 1 In ifM.-"" irheic 'ci p. r 1 ' ni ! 1 1
' Imuskeepers nf Ihe vallev wild
land (Oil the qitestioti.
If a large acreage in Ihe vellrv
were spring irrigated we would have
a larger amount of moisture in Ihe mr
in the danger period. Thie would m
enre a higher dew point, with it
higher ermaennenl minimum lemiern
tnre. As fhe per cent of moisture in
Ihe air increase, the reslatnnre of
h frnil lo the effect of the eohl aN'
inereasea. The wlmle damage to fruit
from freering; is due to the killing of
the live protoplasm within the cells
by the withdrawal of moisture from
these cells. Living tissues can 1m
froneii to verv bw temperntnn's in a
sntitrnled ntmosphere without injuiv :
while the aanw tiues nre killed out
right bv n verv few degrees below
tyrexintr in a drv lempesntuiv.
There is wi oh! (tench orchard 011
Ihe bank of Itogne river out frnin
.Merlin thill has pnnliieed cnips for
fifteen years without n sinitle fail
tre and without a single fire being
kindled in it. In the spring of 1!IKI
they reMtrtcd n temperature of Hi
degrees helow freesing when the trees
were in bloom; ami, when it enme
time to thin, it was necessary lo pull
off !)0 per cent of the frnil in order
to avoid overloading Ihe Ireea. The
explnnntion of this is: A heav fog
comes from the river eneh frosty
morning ami hntur till !) or 10
o'clock. Ttiia provide n super-sat -urnted
ntmosphere and brings the
fruit through without the losa of a
.If thi vnllev were coveted with n
network of irrigation canals, I fiimiv
believe that the orehanlisls would he
able t" lcep suiitidlv through nnv
leather that we ;ct here iliinng the
The Famous Chew with the
Delicious, Fruity Flavor '
MADE 'BY MODERN PROCESSES
You want to get all the enjoyment
and benefit possible out of tobacco.
Tlwn chew flag tobacco.
You want your chew to lmve the
wholesome, apitUing richness of ripe
fruit. Then chew Spear Head.
You want a plug with a delkiously
sweet and mellow flavor tltat huts as
long at the chew lasts. Then cliew
One chew of Spear Head will con
vince any man that there's no othsr to
bacco on earth with such a rich ami
lasting llavor. That's because all the
natural juices of the choicest Hurley
leaf arc retained in Spear Head.
The making of Spear Head is con
ducted strictly according to pure-food
methods in a great modern factory that
is splc-and-spau throughout.
The most expensive, modern pro
cesses keep Spear Head fresh, sweet
and pure at every stage.
The luscious plug of Spear Ileal!,
from which you bite the tastiest,
vholesomct of chews, represents
the highest form of plug tobacco
Try Spear Head the very best chew
that tnmiry can Im. In 10c cuts,
wrapped in was 1 afcr
ST. I.OI'IS. Feb. 10. The decision
if Ihe Tnited States district court
at Denver denying 11 K'tition to have
the .f.S.ilDll.llIll) bond issue for a mun
icipal waterworks declined void, was
siNtniiicd lodav bv the Tinted States
circuit court of appeals.
Suffered Great Pain!
UtUr Titti cLono Looltd-far rrtteriplxoit.
DnirMr. r.iUtor I am maklna a per
Konal apjieal to your rondo- who ant
iMithurcd with kidney and Mauler troubln
nml rhuumaiUtn, to give up tho uwi of
hursh KulU, or alcoholic kidney inedl
cIiiuh and In their placo tako a shurt
treatment ot "Amirlc" und bu convinced
id ltd wonderful virtues ai I vat. 1 suf
fered ftruat pain, had a great dual of
Irritation, water became foul. I trlod
evurvtliliiL' ndviMHl but with no msulU.
1 sent for a box of "AnuricTubleU"and
toon discovered that they brought relief.
I havo uned them since, ami now tho
water Is natural, my health good, ami
appetite splendid, himii of the tlootora
iifoiHiuunHl my troulilo enlarged iinntate.
how I Imvn no more trouble nml 1 mart
nwHrMlly feel that this latest discovery
of Dr. rhTce's Is the Wwt remttdy for
Madder ami kidney troiililim that I know
of. If I can Iniluitt uiiTi.iw to viva It a
A jsood Paramount In five parts.
Coining Satin tiny "The Cup of l.lfo"
trial, I fc) that he will thank iihi for
oHiiim; attention to tins grout tioon
tltat ndleVtM this seeinlitifly worst of
all trouble that human lloih can fall
(Signed) II. II. Fuusubiu
Netk: Up to this Ume. " Aniirle has
Hot lH"ti 011 sale to the puIiIIl-, but by tho
penwoitlou of muiiy patients ami tho
IncreuHtl dnmand for this wonderful
haallitK talilet. Doctor I Mitch ha tlnally
dcetued to put It Into t.'ie dniK ktorm of
this country within Immediate reach, or
Kiiiil 10 eenu fur Urgo trial lstekaae.
Simply auk tor Dia-hir lleree' Anurlo
TablnW. Thtro mil be 1.0 Imlutlon.
Kvery paekaB of " Autiric Is mire to tm
Dr. I'teret,'. Vuu will Hod the sittnuturu
on the parkoso jiiJt im you do 011 Dr.
lleivw'M Fsvorlw I'raserlnttnn. Uio ever-
(hhhhis fileisl to ailliuj w.iimiii, ami
Dr. IMerve's (mldeu MeJl.ul Diacuvery,
Hair Dressing, Manicuring,
Chiropody, Body Massage,
Electric Facial and Scalp
coiia 1:. iti.i:v
H7 tiarnett-Corev Itldg.
.Meilfonl. OrcKon. Phone fi.'iT-U.
iireven by years to lie the greatest (jmiwu
ionic and recoiutrueUir (or anv oiul
At any ram don't kIvo up ttaiat of
imntV eureu 01 your iimiauy until jint
iL IMW llndAd nr m Allltrli Imvn tuvk
that It will maku you fuel liku a Ultler-
RnrriiK Please Insert this loiter In
Mima colisplcuuu pUi-e In your puper.
FOR BRONCHITIS, SEVERE COUGHS
COLDS AND WHOOPING COUGH
Make the Host Medicine at lloiue
Money spent for the old htvle,
ready-made medielues ukiihII.v hold in
bottlos holttluK onlyl lo it oumes
(II to 3U teaspoousfull is largelv 1
wasted, beeauat) mast of them aie
eoaiitosed nriaiipeUy of Migar and
water- Vet yoa have to pay the same
price as if it wera all medicine, stop
wasting this tueaay. Yen eaa make
a hotter rented) for bronchial affse-
, n wvmiv m onwinm iw v.
-IUS TiSH)OUsful for .til Cents
touKh or cold, I'ronclii.ii aMlun.i,
iirniuhtlU. cioui, lioameneM and
wliooiuuit ce u ah One Isittic will
make enough home made medutne to
prolmbl) last the whole t.imH the
eatlre winter. OUJIdreu like it. it is
so pleaaant to tak. it is uulike an)
01 her uieliciue, and positively con
taias no chloroform, opiam. mar
phlaa ar other aareottes aa do mast
eouRh mixtures. Keep it on hand iu
case of emergency and stop each
Mtraly go to the Bedford Pharmacy 1 cough before it gets a firm hold. The
aad ask for 3 ouueos (10c worth) of above druggist. In fact anv drugget 1
gcJMttuiann's New Cnrent rated Kvjlu this city, wilt returffi ihe monex i
paatoraui. wnicit iney guarantee wui (jtut the same as U done with Schiff
ftra lterfeet atlsfaetlon or money juuaus famaus A.tmsdori In everv
One Million Dollars
Clara Kimball Young
5ioton Picture Theater
Take on- tiiari 0Hteia. Put In a
xsueepan one quart of milk and one
Pint or water with Halt, pepper and
muee. Add 11 taldeHitoonful or butter
und put on the atove. When II
tomes to a boll, add the Oysters anil
Ui the whole f mmer G minutes.
Thicken with cracker crumbs.
Take one pint large Oyatera. Put a
larce piece of butter Inio a hot pan
and when It smokes, drop In Ihe
Ovters. a few at a time. When the
Ovaters ure browned, remove te a
hot dish and pour over them a sauce
made of melted butter thickened
with flour. Season with Worcester
shire sauee, salt and cayenne and
serve on toast. Garnish with ar
ley. We carry Kaatern and Obninla
0sters, Fish of all kinds. Poultry
Metlford Fish & Poultry Co.
single ease wbar it does not itive
perfeet.satlsfaction or is not found
will he refunded. Mix this with one
plat of granulated sugar aud one-
aau piai 01 bojmhc water, waicn ta oast rewe4y ever used. Abso
makes a full pint (1SS taaamjoasful. ) ilutely no risk la run ia burtnc this
Tab new, simple pleasant remedy Is remedy uader this ihmHIv guaraa-
guaraateeu tu relieve lb Ovort tea. Adv. 0
I - " .. o
JOHN A. PERL
O s. iiAUTi.irrry
I'ltonfA 31. IT uml IT-M
oPtruhulauce Service c Coroner
200 Tnroe-y ear-old
Roses for sale at u bargain
The finest roses in Msdford
from the best rose hedge in tho city.
The Caroline Testout is rt perpet
ual bloomer, large pink rosea nnd
the best hedge or street rose for this
Pierce, the Florist