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THE fclCH COUNTY NEWS. RANDOLPH. UTAH POISONED BRAN TAKES HOP OUT OF PESTIFEROUS GRASSHOPPERS By Randall The Mystery of 3hlllp Severn, Dry ted Stales imillatjox fefeeit, Hfe sunwies Is fef Istlet ailcpftW clew to tov' a a writing" 5givftgr a movement revolutionary la this country seeking to overthrow the Chilean government. The writ-- , Ing mentlonf ,a . raodeavoua.-- , and-- ) Beverh' deeidfis to' Investigate, FincJ-th- g the Vlaoevnentloned lit tbeiwrlt-ln- g apparently) Jdeserted,? Severn visits a saloon In the vicinity. A woman In the place Is met by a man, seemingly by appointment, . 'knfei Saver n.his Suspicions aroused, fallows them They goi to- - the des.abanignated tneetlngjplace,an doned' iron--- ' foundry. ' At the Beveftn lb' accipted as one of the conspirators and admitted. He meets a stranger who addresses , t him as Harry Daly-.- i The incident plays into, Severn's) hands and he accepts ft His new acquaintance 18 a 'notorious thief, 'Gentleman i George Harris; ' Concealed, Severn-- ' hears the girl address the consplra-- , tors. She urges them to hasten ; of revolution. The girl i discovers Severn listening.' She ac-- " cepts b)t explanation of his pres- -, ence and asks him to meet her next day. He tells her his name is' ..Daly. .fjhe.is Miss Conrad. !l ITII ) i Eqg-fan- be-cdi- "He , , ' k t rat..I take a chance. ' li, CHAPTER nil' V Continued 7r ! I'd iir ' lt ' ,, I began, to think Harris bad gone away , with the, others, and left me there( alone.,) 1 beard voices speaking earnestly In tbe distance, but without venturing forth from my biding place. Then be appeared suddenly, bringing In b arms a bottle and a bos of cigars. t ,i i) i .) iih Touch a match to the gas-je- t, Daly, he said, feeling for the table in the dark. , Thats better,, I hung around until the gang all got out, so as to be' sure we were safely alone. Have a dr!nIc and light up, old man. We fire as secure here as we would be at the bottotov of the sea. , This Is Alvas whisky, but good I sampled It , ( t(, the' table,' nursing his knee, rather pleased with himself, I thought, a cigar thrust between hip lips, the blue smoke curling up before his face. Ignored the invitation to drink, but helped myself to a weed, waiting for him to open conversation. "Well, be said finally, "everything Is going according to Hoyle, but there is a knot or two yet to be bn tied before we squeeze that million.1 Did you hear What was said In there? I. No ; you told me to stick hero. Still in a way you're on Waldron must hive "spilled part 6flhe schesoe I 1$ you, thats what got youp foot in the mess. H it I know Ivan Waldron, the d d ' Russian Jeto hed double-CTOStUs best 'friend. "What1 JHia it fcS toid you?" ' ' very much," I Said,' wohdering how far 1 had better go; yet feeling lt figcessafy to relate enough to convince him' that I was really tonversantwlth the' Situation; fend 'endeavorlhg 'to Imitate hii atyld of speech. "According' 'to his fetdr y ' there Vtftri ft gtthgbffedm splretors here birds from South America mostly who had been rounded up by this fellow Alva to pun off some frightfulneds, or other. 1' I didn't catch' on to just what lt "was, and perhaps 'Waldron himself didnt know, or took1 it to care;;!' Some revolution, be. i., Waldron explained how he got ' , I) M " , ). !'. . ) before."1"' Heaton 'I , S ' ' r i tu .M..1 I cl lll i.vi 1 It) desperate enough to wan-jus- til f"- o' " .He paused, and, relit his stub, with an oath at finding lt again useless.' q I Then, things begun to happen. 1 was room-mat- e with a bird named Horner, who claimed' to live In Detroit. He must have cottoned to me, for we got a bit chummy, and In that vv ay I picked oddp and ends out of him .'which set me thinking, He was quite a foxy bird one of these tall, secretive cusses, who .talk a lot, but never say nothing, and he came near getting my goat. I went through hlS baggage, of course, but that was Just ordinary stuff he only had one grip, which he left unlocked ; but I did get onto a pocket belt the around his waist. He jfellow wore never let ' that get away from him pight or 'day. n I studied every d n flay I could think up to get a peep at it, but nothing gave me a chance.1 I game near going bugs over the thing." He .laughed,! exhibiting a row of father ugly teeth behind his tbir lips, t Then the, devil must have t helped pie. i One night five days out,, for we were a slow boat we ran Into, a h J qf a storm. , We both of us tumbled out, and began, hustling on our duds. He was trying to get a shoe on, find Into the side of went pjunglng head-othe ship. I reckon It pearly brained him, but,' to make things sure, I handed him one to the. jaw before ne got hissenses and'he went out for the eount. Then, believe me, 1 didnt lose no time in frlsklSg the guy apd. say, what do you think J found? shook my head, unwilling to lnter-rftpt, fascinated wjth his description. The1 fellow was a "revolutionary agent. 1 didnt get onto all of It then I didnt have tiihe blit I found a letter 'of credit for' a mlllldii dollars; and a memoranda Of hCw It yros to be.de livered. The 'd ri 'thing wasn't ary good to me it wasfto be paid to' this fellow1 by' a banker in New1 Ybrk turned Krantz but1 It sure made' 'my mouth water just to see It a million dollars, good old U. S. currency. Catl ' b'vdiU'l id you beat It?i Looked1 easy yon had lt, and iyon '" ow- - Lull didnt have It. ! You said lt, Daly. 1 didnt dare ' keep the. thing,) and it 'Wouldnt have dene me any good If I had; there was n way. of my cashing the paper. What the h I could it do?.i If t denounced him, the game was all off;-- If I held on ;tp the, Stuff riftd report h Joss soioii m he landed ln.New.York, and th'at Vfttter, of credit wouldnt, be wortji Say, thepaper It, was written on,. I was in some, boat ; but, be'ieve qie;, I lia'hq notio of giving up that, mil; lion it looked darned , good. , ,t. d and I leaned jl should say yes,Interest And from to show my whaf I know of yota Harris,' that guy had no show onearth. Did you 'croak "" 11 him?1'1 - ' ; He gi'inned, evidently' pleased at' the note of admiration In my voice,' and t ltI fossed down1 another drink. VThat never aint been lri my tine. Of bourse I was) tempted to a cool million would 'tempt any guy." Blit I Just l shoved everything (back, exactly where it come from,' and. fetched the steward. Between Us we hoisted Hor, net; back Into the, bunk and doused him with water till he came to., , .First thing he did wag to feel for that belt, and he never got;, wise that t, had ever been touched-- , Anyhow, he never let on to no suspicion, , vrf I' l i 'jiojid ; chapter ,vi.; ,1114 " t t. ? l rM i The Deserted Automobile. I was Impatient for him to Continue, but id sat there chuckling to himself, and toying with a fresh cigar. .Well, what did yon do? Played lt safe and sure. I'm too old a bird to be caught napping, put in most of that night holding wet cloths to Horners head, and thinking out some plan of action. Before morning he thought I was the best fellow he ever knew, and I had the guy where I wanted him. For One of his breed, he was rather a friendly cuss, This was how I mapped it out. That letter of credit had to be turned Into currency before lt could do me any good, and the only way fl'tit rr"' be done was through this guy Alva. H - I t , a, ; I t, Side and Back View of Hopperdozer tor Destruction of Hoppers Horses Are Hitched to Projecting Ends of (Fteotrei by the Cnlted States Depart- characteristics of each species are dement of Agriculture.) scribed In Farmers Bulletin 1t40, is nothing so good as poisoned Control In the Parfflc bran for taking the hop out of a Grasshopper which may be had upon reStates, grasshopper and there is no better quest of the United States Departway of buying and distributing the ment of Agriculture, Washington, bran than through a community D. C. specialists of the United In addition to a brief description of SJfcates Department of Agriculture the pests, the bulletin gives the areas where the find,'- - In tbe for mixing the most efficient recipes come down on the farm crops poisons, when to spread, and how to like all thejdaguejs of Egypt theq place the bait so as to avoid Vijury g organ' to live. (Stock. Special control mels-tire- s shopld be gmSehbppdr-fighti- n there are .tions, required ,, to meet different j fere uitiBevery etty. Fighting a graaf'- - geographical conditions, fend the pubhopper lnVatWK,wlthout ,the hftlp lication presents the methods that the neighbors trying to put outS have proved most effective ef.ter five a fire in a powdeVfctory with 'one years of experimentation. i;ii l ,,,, bucket of. water. In the Pacific statekthe vast ft cultivated areas, of mountains, foot- CONTROL OF. WHEAT DISEASE . i, ,p ,t hills, and grasslands afford iitefel breeding grounds tpr at geast eight Farmers, Bulletin 1213. Tells of Flad ' Smut Discovered in Illinois gammon species of grasshopper, . . o ; the pests cap mass theiy ,, (Gounty in ,1919,r forces iq thft spring andbe ready fpr ,t i hi j a descent upohxthe alfalfa fields and Methods for . controlling flag smut, when a destructive disease of wheat, are cultivated crops :of thft weather conditions peynfitX Tpere given' 'in Farmers Bulletin 1213, Flag 6f destroying Smut'1 of Wheat fend ' Its Control, ls; seems 6 be Uttle'-bopthe grasshoppers -- in . these isolated sued for 'free distribution by the1 Unibreeding arefes fend fqr that, reason ted States Department of' Agriculture specialists of thft bureaU-o- f entomology, The disease was discovered In 1919 near Granite City,1 Madison county; United tates Department of Agriculture, maintain , tiat , It .wUl,,bft3 mg ay 111., i and - In 1920 was found In 111 k years before fie .grasshopper jnenaeft (fields confined to 47 square miles. . in from the West while Black disappears pqtt stripes running lengthwise d the eight plagues cannot be the leaves and leaf sheaths are typical at tfiehrsonrce,they catf be of flag smut.' ' Diseased plants are met wl(tha systftpatjcj "stunted and rarely head. The disease j fire,uii)dj is spread by spores carried en th I Sarrate of poisoned Other Jweaporfe for! coritfoiHC'hmirefty: ieed, t and by spores left Ife thel field f attempt to Invade the cultivated, on jnfeefed plant material or on the 111 ground, where they may be scattered In various ways, and infect wheat j Every jloeallty mould have' ft rH Or- seedlings In the fall. it, Treat, with formaldehyde the Inganization fully equipped and prepared to meet the grasshopper on- fested grain as it comes from the slaught. .All 'preparations shpqld be thrasher. Burn Infested straw. Sow the' spririg'efcireQie disease-fre- e 'made seed on nonlnfested land ' Insects early J havd .fftff 3 their breeding Treat with' copper sulphate and ilm grounds.' The organization' shoulcl be the seed wheat to be sown In the In directed and controlled by efficient and fested area.' Grow resistant varieties energetic leaders, and ILought to have 3 The bulletin niay be had "upon ap1 the support of every plication to the division ' of publics e farmer community as dwell as tions, United States Department of s: ' w the landowners .whr hold title to the Agriculture.'' i Oil ii u remote areas from which the plague . , h u T i '' l . spreads.-CONDUiONb All ftqultable 'method viof 'raising GROWERS STUDY t '" )i!1 ; fl)tr funds for the work can be arranged If every landholder Is taxed on the Sales Concluded on. Satisfactory Basil, and ,Useful Experience Ob- -, aereage ,he holds or opera.tes.-n- l The mo tained In Market, p m,; -- ,i funds should be collected-anplaced t orr ft),- - of nth io ttl to if at thq disposal ifo a good business , Some cabbage .growers accompanied man who will know bow and.'where'to shipments to, market thft go abouf, buying,,, poisqns, ,an4)fother their caij-lo, supplies when they qre needed, with- past feeqsoa ,to ,prder .,to, secure firstout .the, pftcessity, of, untangling,, red hand, knqwlftdgft of pipping conditions and, marketing practice. ,,As a result npt ,only were sales made on a fairly satisfactory basis from he fetandpoinl of the , producer, bu the row ers oh-'- , tallied , consld'erable useful experience' through observing the handling,' of the cabbage in the markets. They studied r. fa grass-.fioppe- , -- e , - 'i ' i f I e -- exter--tnlnate- 1 iwell-direcf- , , q . bold of the scheme. It seems hes In With the bunch to some extent; that its, they use him whenever they need to, and occasionally hand him a bunch of money Its never too dirty for him to touch. Anyhow, he knew enough to put me wise to this dump, gave me and all that. It looked the pass-woras though there might be something In It, so I blew ovftr here tonight just fa fake a look- - I was merely prowling around when I ran into you. I see, he muttered, as I came to nn end. chewing savagely on his cigar to-'S- raw-bone- for-wftr- There It a Knot or Twq Yet to Be , , Untied. , i of horror I found hard press, but be went on Indlffqfently the same cool, calm voice. - v'V VTheres no use going lnto detaUi Daly. We landed good frlenSs ,and iorner was in a strange land. You Reeling He Jotted Down an Adgreec ori a!Bit , 1 kiidoiD sjn- know New York pretty well, and I lost him the first afternoon (Jowp on the never did know just what East side beriame ,of the fellow, but (the next morning I was alone in a back room In Greenwich, and had his belt .with me." He ,chuckled grimly. , ThCre wasnt nmuch In lt, except he lettpr .vn is !) i f. , , fe'nff bciariie beftftrricquklnted' with the demands urthe large wholeihfdrnlatioif ami sale1 fmhrkftts! nTh " experience obtained wore; lot partlcu t"A Grasehoppeft at Work."1)! lilr valueuto .growers (located, f i Mi; li i j i tions (.where- - cabbage hgdi upt. been ,1s it Sometimes .adyfentageous tape. ' grown, commercially ,in preview years with re fight; .the grasshopper,' , army 'The plan, wfes employed, by growers often cessary to , ,1s fire, and two or., more, ;cars rea'y.for having sjmeafi poisoned bait , upop the prop-frt- y at, one, .time, ,and is A, total! shipment Here "nonresident landowners. of business of marketing farm in the, advice is are 'two points where legal of the bureau of that experts products fipslrfeble',' and',' tfie leaders should of route In-se- c, ,n-n- , Jt , j ' 11 1 Un-fi- er i , , ' ' i , . i 1 1 ! i -- , ight eu affectIngshipments conditions , know their exact rights ahl limits In these matters before the tlmft homes for them' to act to save the" 'cfob of '' ' J " '' the Community. u divided'1 Into is' If the' district defense areas and each area put' ' the supervision 'of a man who to how and habits knows grasshopper1 use 'the weapons Which the 'organization 'has put in his hands there' will ibe no waste of materials or effort when the foothills disgorge their hun co,gry ;hordes... Lastly, the wider the operation the better the results will be. 1 1t does no good to drive the 'hoppers from one district, If they are allowed to- - settle and feed Upon passing the pest along to the other fellow does not afford perma-- . nent relief, and it puts an extra hard ship npop pbes neighbor. The assault Should be simultaneous throughout the whole infested area; farm should, cooperate, with farm, village, with village, and county with county, so that every leap that the hopper, makes to escape the frying pan will land him to the fire, the specialists say. , tl . Eight Species in West, n t 'That female li as smart as There are at least eight species of a Steel trap. grasshopper commonly found to the Pacific states. Some of these are CONTI (TO BE ED.) winged, some are not; some prefer one variety of food, but altogether, Speedier Than Light. when seasonal conditions are favortravel ihout 62,000 Electricity they can destroy any crop that able, a 'In stcuud than dost miles further ; western farmers grow. The habits and i Oi-- ;v- - , ,, - . of credit and a 'notation as to'vrbere and when' Krantz could be seen privately. "Tt was the next jMght Harris Ws to call on the banker up In Le deferipte street." i' ( 'Le Compte? What number', '247 Le Compte, Do you know riy-' t i .'.o' hojy there?, ; ,f fNo ; Only Le Compte Is an old stamping' ground of mlne. Go on; you vifept there, of, course ,',tt s, , fSure. . Krantz didnt know, me from Adam ndfc even my, name. I was just 108 tq him but' he ,was mighty nerv-hUjust the same, and anxious to get kwy. I could see that I dont think It jwfes his house either; just an ordinary-looking stories Shack, brick, three M ' fthl a basetneht.' ,l was business all right "That banker and he put me through, the whole btandle of tricks before hed even let sit dpwn. I haij ,t0 5 some, put tl'y I Was posted"1 'well enough so ns Ito give him what he Was looking for fAnyhoV, Iassedand after 'that be was rather decent; ''Took me Into al room and gave me a drink, besides asking., me about affairs in Europe. H---1, I, didnt know only wbat Id seat In the papers flut I gave him an earful, and, on tbe strength, of his jiaihe , I cussed England for all 1 waft worth which at that time was about a million bucks. Then 1 handed over, the letter of. credit. ,and he jammed It Into bis poekei li! t It was a scrap of paper. I dont remember that he even looked at lt , After that he was for getting rid of me he sooner the better. ' But I neede-- ' to know where Alva wits, so I hung on. telling the old guy I had a prlvn'- - message that I had to deliver p ' Mnally straight from them' financiem In Lon-do'So, 'after sklrmlshlnc a 'while, he jotted down an addre"- - on a bit of paper,1 and the next tlnrg I knew I 'was out In the street, with that gripped In my mitt" ' Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never auspect it. Womens complaints often prove, to b nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organa to become diseased. ' You may suffer pain in the back, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such , conditions. Many eend for a sample bottle to see the great kidney, what Swamp-Rooliver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sample size bottle by Parcel You can purchase medium and Post, large size bottles at all drug stores. , Author of The Strange Cue of Cavendish 'divide-fifty-fift- . "the-wor- Parrish "Did She itussian say anything abowt J must get to him somehow In a way that wuld put me next his scheme, II so Id know when he had the cask, , (Once I got these details attended to In little old New York, the swag was Takeoff." The dirty idog. Because I didnt as good as my own. I knew a dozen fehoW tap onf ithd doft, he was' ready to guys that would bump Horner off for ditch me.1'! Now listen, add I'll tell you a ihundred If it come to that sq the the straight 'story.'' Im going to rifted price wasnt high. A million! Oh, ledv man and It had dropped right into you, aod' we'll ing this guy to suck, his thumbs. t'ls my 1npr:ButTo"do this It was necesmiu n sary that 1 should be Horner. That that ia go? ) .Hes sure oothing to me shoot. Was as plain as the nose on1 my face ; ,,,, Harris poured opt a .stiff drink, and as ! Horner, coming wlth credentials, put it, down, then touched a match to am a fetter of credit, Alva would be the extinguished .cigar,, m, ,,i .ln i' bound to receive ipe with open arms d see Waldron sent me a cable In After that I figure It would about a, month ago he explained be easy enough. But bow was I tq didn't make' the 'thing Horoer? briefly. iTou couldnt 41vvy with htm?v vftry clear only that ibe had a pig deal pri, and wahted me in on It. Ij had N should say not ; he was a Square tnade "enough to gftt hack' on, and took gtayi It didnt take me five days to a ' Second-Clas- s passage on the Vulcan, fiiid that out So there wasnt but one It was hot a "big 'boat, and, to escape wfeyj out of it I had 'tq, put Horner close Inspection, I went aboard at oirtlof commission, mA cqp his belt, no At that 'time' I had Queenstown. more notion what was up than ri blind PtoihisJe, fat Important to all Women Readers of this Paper , , markets, pnited States Department Agriculture, say might sometimes be employed profitably, by producers of" other fann crops. .. ) i Ml ) !n , li' ! 0.1 !1 i NUT TREES GOOD FOR SHADE i -o ' GOT ACQUAINTED WITH ' ROAD Writer Took Harrlmana Advice and Studied the Erie Line Before Writing About IL i Some 15 years ago John E. Cara-he- r, as a financial writer for the Wall Street News Bureau, was assigned recover the office and affairs of the late E. H. Harrlman. He once boldly bearded Mr. Harriman upon what financing was In store for the Erie railroad. What do you know about the Erie? snapped fhe great financier. Everything, assured the youthful aspirant for information, adding : Why, Mr. Harrlmab. I have ridden over It to Patterson,' N: J., and Nyack, N. Y." What roared Mr. Harriman. You go at once to .President Underwood of the Erie, tell him I sent you, and get transportation "j to . cover the entire system, ,; Then you go out and learn something about tho Erle.i Come and see me when you return and I will answer. your questions." q Mr. Caraher Erie-e-d for a fortnight, und after again seeing Mr.. Harrlmao wrote an Erie article that was r reading, , lv 1 v well1-wort- io ' Mi ,)h ' 1 - ' 1' FRECKLES New I die Thee le Gat Rid cl ' , ,, These Ufly Spet. jrl M! Theres no longer the slightest need efi ,i of ns ashamed Othlne J freckles, your feeling double strength is guaranteed to remove ' these homely spots. Simply get an ounee Of Othlne double strength from your druggist, and apply m little of lt night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while the lighter t ones have vanished entirely. It In seldom-thamore than one ounce la needed to soma t . 3 pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful U clear complexion. h. h Be sure to aak for the double strength Othlne, as this la sold under guarantee or' jnouey hack it, fe taUa tp remove freckles. OCH 1 r Positive and Comparative. H ( During a recent bijslnfesft mens con--J vention In Chlcftgo one man approached-another to the lobby of a hotel fend by way of Introducing him-- 1 " ! vri ,i sald:,h ,w Im Becto t )' 'u (n Thata. good., replied the man' ad--: l! dressed, taking a the proffered' hand,'1' ftelf n-- 1 Im more so. Youre, what? it i asked jn.c the ! v, - it n'"i first4 . uoi) u ,.t mblti speaker. ;! .4 I sfey that I am more so," repeated ' fhe.olhert ,.n ft- -t ji L 'lion 'u( ' V'1 What, (Jo yom mean by that? .n .riut Why, ;yqq say ypu are Beck." - i r t Yfts, am,t, My,.name .is Heck.1 , 4 evt Well, ,qiy, flame ia Becker j H 5 ,') v. 11 IT I' . I '! l.ut-'t- Don't Forget Cutjcura TsIcym m,n Wheq adding to your toilet . requisites, n An exquisitely scented face! skint babya.,,! fend dusting powder and perfume, ren-.- .. , ,, dering other perfumes,, superfluous,,-,.,,,- You may rel on lt because qne of the,,ia euticura Trio (Soap, Ointmftnt .and. 25C each' everywhere.- Talcum). 'Mi U1.I i t f . a-- .,..,.1-,- (" "The Wife's Ofay- - for thrf Car.'" How many; asked the' chairman of nl ,fiie meeting, will promise to ha on ' lt hand next Thursday with their automobiles? noifssiisj cirJ S'lW'i-"- ! Not a hand was raised, and the but- - l' prised chairman 'said : N'iwib " d In What is the trouble? Surely some ""f oif mui cars? .t you.qwtt" ' Yes,.Bpqke up. a' bold Individual,1'" most iof us, qwn. cars,t but I, reCkon v"' everybody t here, to, to the same boab w 1 am.,,, Thursday is. the day the wife ,i has the car and personally I know Ita.,. lit use asking for,, it fet that time, Detroit Freq .Press. ,, ' t ?! . it- .it is If t Old Ed Howes Neighbor. you Want to talk blue talk;, busi- ness all gone to pot; country facing the worst , time ,ln its history ; havent Japanese Walnut It u; begun to seethe hard times yet ; price m propriete for Farm and Door- nfld half the merchants ar Yard Wanting.omti)! v going lower of the farm going to fail; i nr), ) if The Japanese walnut offers possibili- Will bq foreclosed, and all that line of ties for landowners who are seeking conversation, dont come around and Times. In the first place fo plant nut trees for' shadt or other talk lt to the purposes ; say specialists of the United We dont believe it, and In the second States Department pf Agr .culture. - It place it makes us feel bad and nervous Is hearty as hardy as the black walnut for a while. Clay Center (Kan.) and is by nq means (Uncommon to Times. northern and eastern states, where It Is especially appropriate for farm LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES For the One Bine smaller and walk in comfort by and door-yarplanting. ALLEN'S POOTEASB, the antlaep present; seedling trees will have to be Using tie powder for the feet. Shaken into the relied', upon almost ,entlrely, as very shoes and eprinkled in the Allens FootsBase makes tight or new shoes feel few budded or grafted trees are availeasy; gives instant relief to corns, bunione 'J a - Hi.) Especially Ap. i two-thir- d foot-bat- h, ( able. This nut has been confused wl h the 'Persian ot English walnut, Although the two are quite unlike. The Japanese Is a dwarfish species, with rtmgh leaflets, often as nany as 15 or 17 to the leaf, and, bears nucs In racemes of a dozen or more.' ' The shells fere thinner than thine of the black walnut, but thicker than those Of the better Persian wanuts The flavor of the kernels Is much Ilk hot of ffee American butternut. dull-gree- n and callouses, prevents Blisters, Callous and Sore Spots. Live Up to Their Name. The French Invented the automobile, and they also invented the name. It is derived from the Greek Autos, self, and the French mobile, movable, also uncertain and changeable. Perhaps tt to bemuse of Its name that some automobiles are so temperamental. One cant very well call a thing uncertain and uin hangeable and expect tt ts act to my other manner , '