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The Absolutely Pure
is the baking powder 'of general
use, its sale exceeding that of all
other baking powders combined.
Royal Baking Powder has not
its counterpart at home or abroad.
Its qualities, which make the bread
more healthful and the cake of finer
appearance and flavor, are peculiar
to itself and are not constituent
in other leavening
HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
OUTDOOR ROUND SILO.
Keaiiv Bad Cueanlj 'nn 'acted ui
a Deelsrned That II n Da
We recommend tli
because it i.- easily
structed. Tluibt i I,
nut, the sil;i;'r will
! d, urrd ; he Kilo
round stave silo
uuil clieuply eon-
the sila will dry .
be perfi etly pre- j
,n be lnk n down i
in an hotii
be be t up
nd moved tiny distance and i
: u i it. 1 1 is no i necessary to
takt any extra prccntitioti in this cli
mate to keep siluye front freezing. Sil
ttjee is not Injured by the frosl when
only d two-inch Btave protects it from
the weal her,
A silo constructed in the manner
shown in cut is ddinu good service on
the bluffs above. Cayuga lake, in Tomp
kin., county, X. V. We visited 1 his silo
during the extremely cold weather of
the w inter of 1808-1809, after the ther
mometer bad bet n 20 degrees below
zero. The silage w as frozen to a depth
of 12 to i i Inches around the outside.
Biach day, when throwing out the feed,
the froen silage around the edge was
mi 'I with the warm silage fromthu
center, and at feeding time it was nil
iu good condition, The silage was
mot all Inl out until June, ami that
which hud been frozen around the
outre edge was as good in everj way us
the rest, With the stave silo no sills
are necessary. The foundation may be
Bonstructed as follows:
An exenvation should be made to a
depth "C three or four inches, or to
the bottom of the loose surface soil,
and with a diameter at h ast two feet
greater than the proposed diameter of
the situ, and drainage should be pro
rided if the conditions seem to war
rant. Fill in with stones, large ones
twiner placed at the bottom and small
er ones being worked in and pounded
down toward the top. Gravel, if well
rtopmled down, may senr as tilling be
tween the stones, it is important that
the pounding be thoroughly done, oth
erwise settling will take place later on
and i he cement Bnish be made to crack.
The finishing should be dime with
eemcnt. First a thin mortar made of
one part of Portland or Rosendale ce
ment and four parts of good sharp sand
should be poured over the entire stone
work. This mortar should be made so
thin that it Will run down into the in
terstice between the stones. After
this first coat was thoroughly set a
liuisliinj,' coat made of one part cement
and three parts of sand should be put
on and worked down with a trowel.
Finish oil before thoroughly dry by
dustiujj over the top some cleur ce
ment and working' it in with a trowel.
This will give a hard finish, and will
secure a foundation that is cheap and
efficient. While the cement is still soft
it is frequently convenient to strike the
circle which will mark the line upon
which the staves nre to be set. A spike
driven in the center will serve as a
pivot. Attach to this a bit of string
or twine, the length of w hich shall be
one-half that of the proposed diameter
of the silo and to the free end. of the
string fasten some pointed instrument
with which to mark the circle. Now
strike a circle the radius of which shall
e equal to the length of the string.
V&Mk i ... i
OreM ofTnrls are made to sell alum baking
powderi under ihe plea that they ire so many
tents a pound chespertbsn Roysl, Theatlmis
ston that they are cheaper made is an admis
sion that they are Inferior. Hilt alum pow
ders contain a corrosive poison and should
out be used tu iood, uo matter bow cheap.
100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
and there la marked out tlie circle upoa
which the staves are to be set.
Somewhat full directions (or the con
struction uf the round stave silo nre
(riven in Cornell University Bulletin
No. ibT. This will be Benl on request
to the director !' the experiment sta
tion at Ithaca, N. Y.L. A. Clinton, in
Rural New Vorker.
WASHING THE UDDERS.
it is the First step Toward Seoarlaa;
un ibsolntelj L'aeontamlBMeJ
To secure the milk without contami
nation is u problem which is practical
ly solved by washing the cows' udder
before milking them. If clean, pun-,
sweet dairy products are desired one
of the lirst and most essential consid
erations iu the process is to gat the
milk without contamination.
Of course many w ill quest ion the
sanity of a farmer-dairyman who i
seen with buckets of water and neces
sary cloths cleaning the udders of his
cows. This is to be expected. But let
it be reported, if anyone finds pleasure
in circulating the rumor, that the udder-washing
farmer is slightly "off1
and has "cranky ideas." .lust keep an
eye on him and ii will be learned that
bis butter and cream are bringing
fancy prices and (,ro Into the kitchens
of the well-to do town and city people,
Moreover, if investigation is made it
will be discovered that the excellence
of his dairy products is due largely to
1 f cleanliness is practical w hile milk
ing, the uilders of the cows washed be
forehand, it is very probable that it
will be observed in the subsequent
handling of the milk. It is right ul
ways to begin at the beginning, and to
wash the udders is the first step to
ward securing uncontamlnated milk.
This is done with milk-warm water,
and the udders are dried with absorp
tion towels or cloths. The milk drawn
first should be rejected as it contains
bacteria which have developed in the
milk at the orifice of the teat since
the last milking. This is "extra work,"
but it pays.- Farmers' Voice.
In lino, I Hands.
Consumptive (at health resort) So
you make a specialty of earing for in
valids. Landlady Yes, indeed. I let out fur
nished rooms, my husband is a doctor,
and l have a brother here in the un
dertaking business. Chicago Inter
Mrs. Da Silki I wish to give a
memorial of some kind to the church,
in memory of a relative. What would
Struggling Pastor A er an ap
propriately decorated er new
church furnace, madam, and a a few
tons of coal. N. V. Weekly.
Tin- ; n 1 1 1 y I'nrtnrr.
Tom Here's a paper oiTering'a $25
prize for the best answer to the ques
tion: "Why have I failed iu busi
ness?" That's dead easy.
Dick Well, why did you fail?
Tom Uecause I had a partner.
The Guest Isn't your little boy
rather nervous, Mrs. llimm?
Mrs. Bimm No; I think not.
Little Hov Yes. I am, ma; when
people who come here stay too long-
It makes me wriggle around ana rc
my chair. Chicago Becord.
Obeying- the Serlptnree.
Evelvn (who has just been robbed
of a kiss) Mr. Kurate, how dare you?
it U....I. mllvl T herr
as r - . -
other, as you would have others do
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
Uuaa la the lateraatloaal Serlca for
April aa, 1900 The Ccataloa's
Prepared by H. C L nine ton.
THE LEMON TEXT.
1. Now when he had ended all His ear
tag la the audience of the people, he en
tered Into Capernaum.
1 And a certain centurion's servant, whe
waa dear unto Him. was sick, and ready i
1 And when he heard of Jesus, he sent
unto Him the eldere of me Jews, beseech
ing Him that He would come and heal hit
1 And when they came to Jesus, they be
sought Him Inatsntljr, aaytng: That b
was worthy for whom He should do this;
(. For be lovath our nattdn, and be hath
built us a synsgogue.
t Then Jesui went with them. Andwhem
He waa now not far from the house, thi
centurion aent friends to Him, saying untc
Him: Lord, trouble not Thyself, fori am
not worthy that Tbou shouldest enter un
der my roof;
7. Wherefore neither thought I myaell I
wort by to come unto Thee; but say In a
word, and my servant shal be healed.
a For I also am a man aet under author- ,
Ity, having under me soldiers, and 1 sa
unto one: Go, and he goeth: and to another: I
Come, and he comeih; and to my servant
lo Ibis, and he doeth It.
3. When Jesus heard these things, H. j
marveled at htm, and turned b I ni about. :
und said unto the people that followed
Htm: 1 say unto you, I have not found so
great faith, no, not In Israel.
10. And they that were sent, returning u
the house, found the servant whole that
had bien sick.
GOLJJKN TEXT. - I.Ike as a fathei
pltkth his children, so the Lord p'ltleth
them that fiar Ulni.-I'sa. lo3;13.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The healing- of the centurion's serv
unt was one of the muny miracles
which Jesus performed immediately
after the sermon on the mount. It has
been noted that the three chapters 1
which Matthew gives to the sermon
ate followed by two chanters of'
miracles. The event of the lesson took
place at Capernaum, which we remem
ber is the city where Jesus made llis
home after the rejection at Nazareth.
Study not onlv the lesson text but its
parallel in Matthew 6:5-13, and the
teaching may be presented under four
(I) Character of the Centurion.
(II) Emphasis Jesus Lays on Faith.
(3) l'ronilse to the Gentiles.
i.i Healing of the Bervant.
Character of the Centurion. The
centurion is an Interesting Object lor
u character Study. What l.uke and
Matthew say of him occupies few
verses, but is decidedly to me pout.
From what we are told of the man we
can picture him as one ol quiet ana
unassuming dignity. We ure told that
he was worthy." And the fact that
he could get the elders of the Jews to
go for him to Jesus shows that he
imiuandcd the honor and respect of
others, lie was a man in uuthority.
being as u centurion iu command of
about n hundred men; but he was also
under authority, and knew how to
Obey. In spite of the good opinion of
others and the position he held in the
Roman army, he counted himself not
worthy that Jesus should enter under
his roof, lie was a kindly man, for
we nre told his servant was "dear unto
him," and beside the elders referred
to him as one who "loveth our na- !
tion." We know he was u religious
man, for he had founded a synagogue.
Chief of all his good qualities was
that of faith, and Jesus especially com
Kmphasis Jesus Lays on Faith.
It is in just such a man that we would
look for faith, faith in Uod and faith
in men. Faith is the foundation upon
which all strong character is built.
Jesus had performed many wonderful
miracles in Capernaum, and when the
centurion heard of Him he sent for
the help He alone could give. The
servant was near to death. Jesus had
helped others, and he believed that
He could help him. Jesus canni, and
when lie was near the house the cen
turion came out. He had not meant
that Jesus should go to the trouble
of coining to him. He reasoned that
as he could send one of his soldiers
to do a certain thing, so Jesus. In com
mand not only of material things,
but of things spiritual, could have
but spoken, and his servant would In
healed. Marvelous faith) Ho won
der Jesus exclaimed; "I have not
found so great faith, no, not in Is
rael." We may note that Jesus certainly
knew as much about this centurion 'as
we can know from the story we have.
Perhaps He knew more, living iu the
same town wliere tins omcer nao ins
headquarters. He knew the man had
the good qualities that we have men
tioned, but He pointed out not his evi
dent humility, not the kindness of
heart he exhibited, not his benevo
lence, but his faith. Faith is the
chief of all the qualities of the heart
save that of love, and faith and love
go together. "Now abideth faith,
Promise to the Gentiles.- Matthew
(S:ll, 12) records what Luke omits,
the remark of Jesus which may be
construed into a promise to the Gen
tile world. He says: "Many shall
come from the east and west (outside
of the chosen people), nnd shall sit
down with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
in the kingdom of Heaven.
Healing of the Servant. "And Jesus
said unto the centurion. Go thy way:
and as thou has believed, so be it
done, unto thee. And his servant wns
healed in the selfsame hour." Mat
Like the needles to the north pole
the Bible points to Heaven. B. B.
Some glances of real beauty may be
seen In their faces who dwell in true
meekness. There is a harmony in the
sound of that voice to which Divine
love gives utterance. John Woolman.
The one thing needful is to look up.
to revere something above us, to de
sire something better, to hunger for
i . hi.her ,-ood. He who love, the high
'aas r vdr of'cod'-i h22
'. loTer of GodJ' FreemaD
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V-V v:-V.X sV.
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ftlld bt convinced that bfl keeps
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