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?. THE RICH COtjNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH. UTAH ABLE TO DO HER WORK Isfet After Long Suffering Mr. Siefert Wa Restored to Health by Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable For Infants and Children. Pink-ham- Vegetable Compound adver- tised in the newspapers and took it and got all Tight. I twenty pounds or more and I recommend the .Vegetable Compound to my friends ana you may use these facts as a Mrs. Sallie Siefert, testimonial. 813 W. Fourth Street, Pottsville, Pa. The everyday Kfe of many housewives is a continual struggle with weakness and pain. There is nothing more wear ing than the ceaseless round of house-- : hold duties and they become doubly hard when some female trouble makes every bone and muscle ache, and nerves all on . ede, you are one of these women do not suffer for four or five years as Mrs. Siefert did, but profit by her experience end be restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Parliament Mouse, Melbourne. Commonwealth .Prepared by the National Geographic Washington, D. C.) The dimmer conference of the The New Habit. Are you having any difficulty enforcing prdhibition in Crimsi.n Gulch? Man is Jtfo, replied Cactus Joe. the creature of habit, and while we dunno wfhether we approve of it or not, we 'Cant help bein surprised at the number of men that has contracted" the habit of not takin a drink." KILL RATS TODAY pre- miers of British dominions, Including the premier of Australia, and the general understanding that Australia is in close sympathy with the United' States in the matter of oriental imy commigration, makes that monwealth of more than ordinary interest to Americans just now. Australia is the most isolated of all inhabited continents and Is remote from the center of all of the worlds activities. Northward the sailing distance to Japan is approximately 3,000 nautical miles; to India, 2,500 miles. South America is 7,000 mlles to the east-and Africa an equal distance west From London to the capital of Australia ships by the Suez route traverse approximately 11,000 miles of water and by the Panama .canal, 12,734 miles. From California ports the routes via Samoa, or Fiji, or Tahiti cover a qaar-te- r of the circumference of the earth. Australia's only large civilized neighbor within a radius of 1,000 miles is Java. Few Americans Go There. The continent, lying thus far .outside the ordinary routes of travel, 18 rarely visited by Americans. For most Of us knowledge of this fascinating tend is obtained by a study of a few pages 'in "the back of school descriptive of Australia and New1 Zealand wnd accompanied by d''thtip of Australia and the islands of the Pacific on a scale t tod small for (he recognition iof 4 featiires.' i1 One ofthe first;1 surprises .awaiting the tourist from the1 northern heml- -' sphere Isto find' that Australia and NeW Zealand tiihy'nat he grouped as 'two Islands4.! (Tik& appearance,, differing 'mainly 'In' size; near neighbors which may be treated as a ip'iilt. New Zealand Is nearly twice .as far from Australia as Bermuda Is from New Tork;n and Is not only east 'but also sdiitli' , n The southern coast of mainland has the latitude of central New Jersey, while the southernmost of the three islands which comprise the Dominion of New Zealand occupies the position of southern Newfoundland. It .Unique vegetation of remarkable variety- and beauty, animal life of bygone geological periods, and ;an aboriginal population, the lowest in the asale of beings having human form, stand out as features distinctly .Aussource 'Of intralian a never-endinterest to the geographer. Australia Is a large country. . lit Is about fourteen times the slue of France or Germany, twenty-fiv- e (times the size of Italy, or Ecuador, and itwo times the size of Arand one-hagentina, its chief competitor. In the southern hemisphere. Its area Is equal s d of Europe, to h of all North America, or of the British Empire. The continent Is almost exactly the size and is nearly the Shape of the United States. Level in Surface, Low in Elevation. Anstralia U the most level in surface and regular In outline of all the continents, And even of most large Islands. St Is also the lowest continent, with an average elevation about that of Ohio. Its surface lacks variety. The change from one type of topography Is so gradual, and significant natural features are so few and so widely spaced that, with the exception of the Murray river, they are not utilized In marking toe boundaries of States. The traveler ia search of duplicates of the Canadian Rockies, the Yosem. ite and the Grand canyon, of Norwegian fjords and Alpine scenery, need Its mountain not visit Australia. scenery is that of the southern Appalachians, the White mountains, and the low ranges of Arizona. Its plains and plateaus are comparable with those of the Rocky Mountain foothills and the arid expanses of Utah, Idaho and Oregon. Although the moutainsotre low compared with those of other continents, their influence is great, for nowhere Is their control of rainfall and consequent distribution of vegetation and far-awa- ; By Using the Genuine STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE Mice. Cockroaches Tbeguaranteed killer for Rats, Ants and Waterbuas the greatest known carriers of disease. They destroy both food and property. Electric Paste forces these pests to run air. .r1 from the building for &Rwater and fresh THAN TRAPS RKART FOR Directions In 16 languages in every box. Taaoiaes, 36c and 11.60. Enough to kill SO to 400 a ci iwiosu bays it S T h A mail is as old as his organs; he ''ean .be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in ' jlerforming their functions. Keep i :rour vita?; organs healthy with .signif-fcfi'rf- j COLD MEDAL TV 4 hi ' I kidney,! ThvwOTldsgtandgrd.reniBdyfbr ,j Jiver, bidder and, uric acid troubles since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates viisi : All druggistathree sixes.-.V-v.dv.h Uii'idyw-Vilock name Geld the MM far P TT and accept wo imitation erery,- W, - j 1 t itTn ft f "rt- rrf-- Woman Says (Jew Jersey I whs. nearly dead until I found Eatonic and I can truly say it saved any life. :Jz is the best stomach medicine ever i made, writes Mrs. Ella 'Smith. Acid stomach causes awful misery which Eatooic quickly gets rid of by taking up and carrying out the acidity and jgases which prevent good digestion. A tablet taken after meals brings quick relief. Keeps the stomach healthy and helps to prevent the many ills so liable to arise from excess acid. Don't suffer (from stomach miseries when .you can get a big box of Ka tonic tor a trifle with your druggists guar- Antes. Comfort Your Skin With CuticnraSoap and Fragrant Talcum Seqp 25c, Ohiatat 2S md 50c, Ttiooi 2Sc. Kill All flute fate Fliee ! witn, DAISY FLY KILLER Mtraeta mni all tim. Neat, elean, ernwmtel. coomiient and ehaap. LmUoIIi lfed of metal. Arent spill or tip over; not eoU or injure r aapthinf. Gatrantood. DAISY FY KILLER uyinir dealer or BABOLD M&BRS.1lHm'!lSATCn'rooUn,N. PARKIS HAIR BALSAM BoaaoeDeaaniff-8topdSalrFabi- B Bentons Color and to Cray ondFpded Han Bonty toe. and $100 it Dmetista. Wliian, Chea. W ka Fatchorae. It Y. HINDERCORNS ail ioaeee, j Orm CH rtope pain enwrap comfort so the feet, makep walking ewv. Hki. by mail or atprnf Ciita fitseos Chet&ieai Work. Fatetaoxw Ka aT JACKS 126 aRIARmOTO for I hara bargain yoa. eomeqnie W, L. DeCLOW8 JACK CeUar Rapt da, lawm PATENTS BatetroaJonabla KREMOLA , W. Watson Patent V. Coleman Lawyer, WaatalDitoa D. G. Adrleo and book free Htaboatntetenooa. ka Bottaerrlgot hm K2&S2S! rack otiMH. N. U.. Salt Lake City, No. Mothers Know That Good Supply of Milk or Skim Milk Most Important Quantity Depends on Size and Age. PottsviUe, Pl ''1 suffered with female trouble for four or five years and was very irregular. I was not fit to do my work at times and took medicine from a doctor and got no benefit. I s saw Lydia E. on now arne to ao my work. ASTORIA UJ1 BEST DEVELOPMENT OF. CALF Componad gained Contents 15TluidDfacta - Aus-itralia- - g . lf three-fourth- one-thir- one-fourt- ' east and southeast edges, with a patch on thp extreme southwest corner and another covering most of the island In these regions - the of Tasmania. people live. The trade winds abundantly supply the northeast coast, but carry little water beyond ; the westerlies, the roaring forties of the sailor, deposit their moisture on the lands along Bass strait and on the southwest tip of the continent, but have little or none to carry inland. The north coast is alternately drenched and dried with the The coming and going of monsoons. center of the continent Is therefore arid, large parts are desert, and the numerous large lakes shown on the map are expanses of salt mud covered with water by infrequent rains. Australia's streams are fewer and carry less water than those of any other continent ; Its Forests Are Surprising. The flora of Australia is not only beautiful, it is unique, having no counterpart in other lands. Of the 10,000 species of plants most of them are purely Australian, and are unknown even in New Zealand. The general impression one gets of Australian forests is their total unlikeness to anyForms which thing seen elsewhere. may be recognized as tulip, lily, honeysuckle and fern take on a surprising aspect. They are not garden flowers, but trees, and the landscape of which they form a part reminds one of the hypothetical representations in books of a landscape of Mesozoic time, a period antedating our own by millions of years. The Impression that one Is looking at a landscape which has forever disappeared, from other, parts of the world is so vivid that the elms and maples and oaks in some of the city streets strike a jarring mote. The transition from iurassic to modern times is painfully abrupt The animals of Australia, too, are so distinct from the rest of the world that ..some have proposed two great zoological realms: Australian and The peculiarity lies not only in the fact that Australian types are not found elsewhere, but also that families like the cats and the pigs, which are found Dative on all other continents and on many islands, are absent from Australia. The kangaroo is Australias national animal, and the group to which it belongs, the Is typically Australian. A belt of country 100 miles wide along the east, south and southwest edges of Australia would Include probably 80 per cent of the commonwealths population. There are no inland cities of over 10,000 population, except six mining camps, and the most remote of these Is about as far from the sea as Is Pittsburgh. A striking feature of. the Australian census is the concentration of population In cities a phenomenal situation for an agricultural and pastoral nation with less than 1 per cent of Its :area under cultivation and 47 per cent (unoccupied. The six Australian state capitals include 38.80. per cent of the eesnmonwealths population, and five of them are growing at the expense f toe back country. No other nation, and few states, can match these figures. white Australia Is the settled policy of the commonwealth .government, the immigration laws being so administered as effectually to exclude colored races. Legislation is directed of particularly to , the exclusion Chinese, Japanese and Polynesian labor, not only from the ipnd, but from employment In pearl fishing, coastwise and on overseas steamers shipping, holding mail contracts. (Prepared by th (United States Department of Agriculture.) No part of dairy farming is more essential than the proper feeding of Likewise nothing is young calves. more important for the best development of calves than a good supply of milk and skim milk in the ration. In the past Aw years the surplus of these products ha; Veen utilized as human food in the form of condensed and Repowdered milk and skim milk. ports recently received by the United States Department of Agriculture, however, point to a temporary surplus of these products during the flush season, due to decreased export outlet. Until this situation is adjusted, it would seem advisable to utilize the surplus milk and skim mil& as feed for live stock. In raising dairy calves most dairymen prefer that the calf remain with the cow for the first 48 hours. If It Is taken away then the cow will be less nervous when she begins to be milked again tor commercial purposes than if they are allowed to run together for a long period. It is desirable that the calf be In a thrifty, vigorous condition when it is taught to drink. It may be left without food for 12 hours, at the end of which time it will be hungrf. and with a little teaching will usually drink milk from the pail. Warm, fresh milk from the mother should he put in a clean pail and held near the floor in front of the calf, which will generally begin to nose about the pail, pnee it gets a taste of milk, it will usually drink without further trouble. Sometimes, however, more vigorous measures must be taken. The quantity of milk fed to a calf depends upon its size and age, and to some extent on the kind and condition of the feed, but experiments by thq Department of Agriculture indicate that about one pound a day should be fed for every ten pounds weight of the calf at birth.. Many beginners make the mistake of letting the calf have as much milk as it wants. This would be all right if the calf were fed every two or three hours, as when It runs with the cow, but as it is im- ; Appreciative. "What Is your idea of relativity? Very favorable, replied Senator Sorghum. We have so many per- plexing questions to handle just now that I am grateful to the gentleman who discovered it for not letting it get into politics. Entertaining. Done any entertaining In your new nelghborhod as yet? A birds-ey- e Well, our Junk seemed to enterpeople better exemplified. view of Australia shows a belt of tain the neighbors as we moved in. ' Courier-Journa- l. vegetation extending along Its north. Louisville , Always Bears Cheerfulness ana neither 0pldm,MorpWnen Mineral. Signature Not Narcotic Constipation and and Feverishness tol IossofSlee For Over pmdting Re-Simil-e Thirty Years ' practicable ordinarily to feed mere than two or three times a lay, it is best to keep the quantity well below tlie capacity of the calf and not risk overfeeding. . For the first four days milk from the dam should be fed. After this the milk may be from any cow or cows in Exact Copy of Wrapper. c THC CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY Got Skin Disease? Purify Your Blood A gfeat part of the maddening get right after the blood itself. S.S.S., the famous old herb remand mortifying skin troubles that plague humanity are due solely to edy, has helped enrich the blood of disorders of the blood. Relief from thousands, and relieved their itchthese can be had only by removing ing skin torture., during the last from your blood stream fifty years. Get S.S.S. from your the impurities that cause druggist today, and after the itching. starting with it write us For this you must take a history of your case, an internal blood remedy. addressing Chief Medical Outside applications have no effect on the cause of FORSKIN TROUBLES Advisor, 837 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Geo the torture. Their relief AT ALt DRUGGISTS" gia. is shortlived. You must S.S.S DIAMOND PUT BABY IN SECOND PLACE Small Sister Would, Little Miss, but Be All Right, Said Oh You Player-Piano- ! A Yailburgh miss is enamored of the baby next door. Yesterday she interviewed her mother; subject, the practicability of having a baby sister of her own. ' The mother was sympathetic, but pointed out that babies are expensive. How much would a baby cost? asked the Oh, I dont know just how much, but a great deal, her mother answered. As much as a player-piano- ? the youngster pursued. was Yes, more than a player-pian' the answer. Then said the young miss decisively. I think wed better get a player-pianNewark News. WORN BY CARL0TTA With Unhappy Stone, History, Is Now on Exhibition at New York, Maximillian diamond,, Maximillian stone, exhibition for the first time in thlsf1 country at New York. Like all large' gems, this stone lias a history which is not happy. It was found in Brazil' about 1850 and in its rough stater weighed nearly 50 carats, Ferdinand Joseph Maximillian, then archduke OA Austria, traveled extensively hi South America. While he was in Brazil he bought the diamond, it is said, for a price approximating $375,000. The jewel today is in the same condition as it was when worn by the Empress Marie Charlotte in Maxiinillian's short reign in Mexico. When Maximillicn was executed a commission was designated to sell tha diamond along with other gems that had been part of the gorgeous court. Cant Win. ' A New York man had his pocket The stone was bought by an American. picked in court. Going to court is a As part of his estate the .diamond is again to be sold. losing game anyway you look at it. Detroit Free Press. A. great greenish-wliit- e known as the is-o- , n. marsupials, Genuine Castoria o. When Two or More Calves Are Raised Together They Should Be Tied Sep. arately or Fastened to Stanchions When Fed Milk. toe. herd, but preferably not from any that are nearly dry. Whole milk is preferable for the first two weeks, after which skim milk may be substituted, commencing w'th one pound a day and increasing to two or four pounds, depending on. the vigor of the No more skim milk should be calf. fed than the calf will drink readily, in most cases at the end of the third week the ration should be approxif whole and one-hamately separate milk. At the beginning of the fourth week o s from of the ration should be separated milk. During the week the change should be continued until by the beginning of the fifth week only separated milk is fed. In specially vigorous calves the change After may be made a week earlier. this time separated milk may be fed entirely, unless the calf is very delicate. .The quantity fed can be gradually increased until 19 to 20 pounds a day are given. If milk Is very plentiful, more may be fed, but otherwise It will not be found economical. The time that milk should be discontinued depends upon its cost in relation to the value of the calf, its breed, size, vigor, etc. The season in which it reaches the age of six months, and the other feeds available at that time, must also be taken into consideration. Six months is probably a good average age at which to wean calves from milk. Where there is plenty of skim milk available this time may be lengthened. When the best of hay and silage and a good variety of grains are available, the calf may be weaned earlier than when such feeds are lacking. The season of good, succulent pasturage presents the best possible condition for weantog the calf. one-hal- one-halft- lf three-fourth- The woman who hesitates, is last little learning makes a man How the things that are none of our business do interest us ! dangerous company for himself. 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