Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 15, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 21, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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ELGIN OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
It is cruel to force nauseating
harsh physic into a
sick child v
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember tho "doio" mother Insisted
on castor oil calomel cathartics.
How jou hated them how ou (ought
gainst taking them.
With our children It's different.
Mothers who cling to tho old form of
jhnlc simply don't rcalizo what thoy
do. The children's revolt Is well found-
ed. Thtlr tendor llttlo "Insldcs" nro
Injured by them.
If our child's stomach liver and
bowels need cleansing give only deli-
cious "California Sjrup of l'lgs " Its
action Is positive but gentle .Millions
of MotliciR keep this harmless 'fruit
laxative" hiindy; they know children
Jovo to tnko It; that It never falls to
clean thti liver and bow eh nnd sweet
en the stomach nnd that n teaspoonful
given today saves a sick child tomor-
tow Ask nt tho store for n GO-oent bottlo '
of "California Sjrup of Pigs" which '
hits full dliectlons for b.iblcs children
of all nges nnd for grown-ups plainly I
ou each bottle Adv.
SIMPLE AND EASIER TO DO I
Tramp's Method Not Altogether Un-
like That Followed by Too
Hoboes enme up for discussion In o
Washington club the other night nnd
Senator Nathan I. Hrjari of I'lorlcU
told this anecdote along tho Weary
Some tlmo ago a hobo meeklj tap-
ped on tho back door of n suburban
home and asked for fcomothltig to eut.
Tho gooil hourvwlfe responded that
sho would feed him on the back step
nlong wltli Pldo providing he was
willing to earn the meat 1 cleaning
out the gutter.
Ilio tramp agreed and when ho had
oaten his wnj through several sand-
wich's to a feeling of happiness the
housewife came out with a tellable
"You needn't hno gone to that trou-
ble madam" mid I lie hobo sizing up
tho fnrm Implement "I never ubo n
lioo In denning out a gutter."
'Never ubo a hoe'" said tho woman
with n wondering expression. "What
do jou use then n shovel'"
"No madam" replied tho hobo
starling for the back gate ' m meth-
od Is to pray for rnln."
Aeroplane Kept as Memento.
All that is left of tho historic
Wright biplane with which Cnlbralth
1 Hoilgers How from tho Atlantic to
the 1'acUlc two jears ago Is to be pre-
sented to the I'nriiegi" museum ut
Pittsburgh b the late nvlutor's moth
it. The innUilne was h.idlj damaged
when Itodgers fell to his death in the
Pacific ocean a short time lifter com
pletlug his wonderful Might Subse-
iienllj It was used bj Andrew Drew
until that nvlntor also was Killed with
Jt 'I he machine has been restored to
Us orU'li'tsI condition Doth Itodgers'
nt S Fowler's Wilght inarhlnes havo
motors or hut .10 horsepower jet thoy
flow across the continent In opposite
directions nt a time when tho noro-
piano had not been equipped with the
100 horsepower motor of todaj which
mnkes It niurh more stable nor hntl
It developed nn where near tho spaed
of which It has since shown Itself to
"Scrlhblo 80)8 he writes all his lovo
tioniiets to Imaginary women."
"And I don't suppose theru would bo
any objections offered If ho mailed nil
his love sonnets to Imaginary editors."
Found the Answer Wat "Coffee."
Many pale sickly persons wonder
for )ears why they havo to suffer so
nnd eventually discover that tho drug
caffeine In coffeo Is tho main eaaso
of tho trouble.
"1 was alwajs ery fond of coffeo
and dratil: It every day. I never had
much flesh nnd often wondered why 1
'was alwajs so pnlo thin and weak.
"About flvo years ago my health
completely broko down and I was con-
lined to my bed. My stomach was In
such condition that I could hardly tako
sufficient nourishment to sustain life.
"During this time I was drinking
coffee didn't think I could do without
"After awhllo I enmo to tho conclu-
sion that coffeo was hurting me anil
decided to give It up and try Postum.
"When It was mado rlght-elnrk and
rich I soon became. very fond of It
"In one week I began to feel better.
I could cat more and sleep better. My
sick headaches were less frequent and
within flvo months I looked and felt
like a new being headache spells en-
"My health continued to Improve
and today I am well and strong weigh
148 lbs. I attribute my present health
to the life-giving qualities of Postum."
Name given by Postum Co. Battle
Creek Mich. Read "The Road to Well-
Tllle" In pkgs.
Postum now comet In two forms:
Regular Postum must be well
Instant Postum Is a soluble pow-
der. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly
In a cup of hot watery and with cream
and sugar makes a delicious beverage
Instantly. Grocers sell both kinds.
"There's a ReatM" tar Feet.
GOOD ITALIAN PASTES
WORTH COPYING BY HOUSEKEEP-
ERS OF AMERICA.
At Least On Dlth May Wtll Be
Served at Dinner Many Methods
of Cooking Macaroni Tomato
Sauce With Spaghetti.
American housekeepers nnxtous to
keep down tho market bills have
learned tho advantages of serving at
each dinner one dish containing soma
of tho Italian pastes which are low la
price nutritious and appetizing.
Tho American way of cooking spa-
ghetti Is to combine It with American
cheese chopped butter nnd a little
milk beaten with eggs. Tho spaghetti
Is first cooked until It Is soft; then
drained of the water nnd tho cheese
butter nnd eggs already mixed aro
beaten lightly Into the hot paste. The
mlxtiiro is then baked to n golden
brown In the oven. A porcelain lined
linking dish In best though some pre-
fer the old fashioned yellow sloiiu
Macaroni cooked nnd then wlmmcrcd
In n good meat broth until tender nlso
mixes well with grated (Irujero cheesu
mixed In the bnklug dish In 1aers
finishing off tho top with a thick lnjer
of thu cheese and some grated bread
crumbs and butter.
Another dish is made by adding this
mixture to the nlreudy cooked maca-
roni: One onion a llttlo parsley and
six anchovies chopped up together.
Pry this in the pan with butter for
rbout lx minutes; then add it to tho
pnstu with half n glass of good whllo
wine and an equal amount of llsh
broth. Sprfnklo with paprika and
grntcd Parmesan cheese.
Here Is a. simple dish called taglla-
telle. Mokv a good paste with flour
ami eggs roll out thin nnd cut In
strips half nn inch wido; parboil In
salted water. Cut a sllco of ham In
squares; mince tho samo nmount of
enrrots and celery nnd brown them In
n pan w Ith butter. Add strained toma-
toes or tomato paste nnd a cupful of
broth. Servo on n hot dish all to-
gether the paste seasoned w Ith grated
The Italian method of serving spa-
ghetti which Is most popular in this
country Is in combination with tomato
nance. Tho Neapolitan sauco Is mndo
In many wns. A good nnd stmplo
recipe calls for a quarter of nn onion
half n stalk of celer a few leaves of
bay and a bunch of parsley. Cut theso
up lino together. Add a cup of olive
oil n pinch of salt nnd one of iioppar
and eight tomatoes cut up without tho
skins. Doll this until thu sauco Is liko
a cream; then strain nnd our over
tho spaghetti. Sprinkle grated chceso
Tho Italian cook prepare) tho potato
with all tho stato of rarer vegetables
milling cinnamon nutmeg saffron and
herbs of all kinds. In one reclpo jou
nro told to wash half a dozen potatoes;
Ieel off a fctrlp of tho skin; put them
In n snucepan nnd cover with wnter to
boll. When they nro mealy peel and
mash them put them In n saucepan;
add an ounce of butter nnd a piece of
fresh bread soaked In milk. Add two
tablespooufuls of milk thico eggs
beaten tu a froth jolks nnd whites
separately; salt popper and n llttlo
grated nutmeg. Mix well nnd put In
n baking dish. Pour melted butter
over; sprinkle with Parmesan cheese
and brown before serving.
Old German Salad Recipe.
Hero Is nil old Herman reclpo for a
salad that Ib deilclous for Sunday
night supper when sweet things pall.
Plncly chopped. It Is also an excellent
lilting for sandwiches. Soak any de-
sired quantity of salt snrdcllcs In wa-
ter for several hours. Sardines put
up In oil mny be used Instead of tho
soaked sardellas. Line a salad bowl
with lettuco leaves and fill with stuff-
ed olives capors and shrimps or crab
meat. Garnish with parsley and slices
of lemon and pour over tho wholo a
heavy French dressing.
Tako one cup of cold boiled hominy
ono scant cup of white cornmeal ono
nnd ono-lialt cups of milk one egg
ono tnblespoonful of butter one-hnlt
teaspoonful of salt ono rounding ten-
spoonful of linking powder. Heat hom-
iny with fork until thoroughly brokon
then gradually beat In tho milk. Mix
the salt nnd bnklng powder with tho
meal; add all to tho hominy nnd milk;
then ndd tho egg well beaten and tho
butter melted. Pour tho mixture Into
two buttered deep tin plates bako In
quick oven 20 minutes.
Noodles for Soup.
Rub Into Iwo eggs as much sifted
flour as thoy will absorb then roll
out until thin as a wnfer; dust over
a llttlo lour and then roll over and
over In a roll cut off thin slices from
the edge of the roll and shake out Into
long At rips; put thorn Into the soup
lightly and boll for ten minutes. Salt
ihould be added while mixing with
the flour about a saltspoonfut.
One pound of cooked tripe cut Into
lice two tableepoonfuls of butter one
of grated or chopped onion eat of
vinegar and salt and pepper to taste.
Put tie oaten am butter In the fry-
ing pan and when the onion turna
yellotf add the trtpo and cook Ave
minutes. Add seasoning and let boll
up once. Serve on toast
ftaetleas Gas Stove.
A coat of silver enamel paint twlea
a year will keep your gas stove look-
ing better save blacking and prevaat
pa soiling your dress.
FALLING HAIR MEANS
DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
Save Your Hslrl Get a 25 Cent Bottle
of Dandsrine Right Now Also
Stops Itching Scalp.
Thin brittle colorless and scraggy
hnlr Is muto evidence of a neglected
bcalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
Tliero Is nothing so destructive to
tho hair as dandruff. It robs tho hair
of Its luster Its strength and Its very
life; eventually producing a feverish-
ness ind Itching of the acalp which
If not remedied causes tho hair roots
to tlirlnk loosen and die then the
hair falls out fast. A little Daudorlno
tonight now any Unit will surely
save jour hair.
Get n 25 cent bottle of Know lion's
Daudcrlno from any store and after
the first application jour hair will
tako on that life luster and lu.urlnnco
which Is so beautiful. It will become
wavy nnd fluffy and have tho appear-
onco of nbundnncu; an Incompnrablo
gloss and softness but what will
plcaso jou most 'will bo after Just a
few weeks' uso when jou will nctunl-
lj bco a lot of fine downy hnlr nuw
hair growing all over tho scalp. Adv.
Epitaph for a Trust.
"Miss the trusts'" said Senator I-a
Folletto at a luncheon in Washington.
"Yes oh J e8 when tho trusts go wo'll
miss thorn we'll miss them like the
"A widow nt her lato husband's
funeral happened during the burial
Service to drop her handkerchief Into
tho open grave.
"A joung man gallantly offered to
leap down nod get the handkerchief
"Hut tho widow shook her bend.
"'No' she said 'leave It U .re. I
have dona with tears now.'"
TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH
KIDNEYS IF BACK HURTS
Bays Too Much Meat Forms Uric Acid
Which Clogs the Kidneys and
Irritates the Bladder.
Most folks forget that the klducjs
liko the bowels get sluggish nnd clog-
ged and need a Hushing occasionally
else wo havo backache and dull misery
In tho kidney region severe head-
aches rlicjtmntlc twinges torpid liver
acid stomuch sleeplessness and all
sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep jour kidneys
active and clean and tho moment you
fed eu ache or pain In tho kidney
region get about four ounces of Jnd
Raits from nny good drug store here
tako n tablespoonful In a glass of
water beforo breakfast for a few days
and jour kldnejs will then net lino.
This famous baits Is mndo from tho
ncld of grapes nnd lemon juice com-
bined with llthln nnd Is harmless to
Hush clogged Kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity It also neu-
tralises tho acids In thu urlno so It
no longer Irritates thus ending blad-
.Tnd Salts Is harmless; Inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent llthln-
water drink which everybody should
tako now nnd then to keep their kid-
neys clean thus avoiding serious com-
plications. A well-known locnl druggist says he
eclls lots of Jnd Salts to folks who bo-
llovo In overcoming kidney troubla
while It Is only trouble Adv.
His Mother's Cake.
Mrs. Ilcnnbrough How do jou like
my cuke dear?
Mr. Ileunbrough It Ib very good
but not ns nice as tho cake my moth-
"Mother mukes marblo cake tliut
looks like tho real thing."
"Yes jou nro right; and that's
Just the way It tastes too."
BAD CASE OF DANDRUFF
Illssell Ala. "I had a very bad caso
of dandruff on my head. I was tor-
mented by Itching and my hair began
to come out by tho combfula. 1 al-
most became frantic fearful that I
would loso all of my hair which was
my pride. Tliero were somo pimples
on my scalp and I scratched thom un-
til they mado sores. My hair was dry
"I saw the advertisement of Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment nnd sent to my
druggUt for thrco cakes of Cutlcura
Soap and n box of Cutlcura Ointment.
I washed my scalp with warm water
strong with tho Cutlcura Soap nnd
dried ntterwards applying tho Cutl-
cura Ointment working It In tho scalp
slowly with ray fingers. After using
them for several days my hair began
to stop coming put. The dandruff all
disappeared and In less than four
weeks a cure was accomplished per-
manently." (Signed) Miss Lucy May.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample ot each
free.wlth S2-p. Skin Book. Address post-
aard "Cutlcura Dapt h Bostoa." Ad.
No Trouble at All.
"And 1 shall waat a private bath."
'That'll be all right all our beta
room doors have locks on them."
HAD YEARNING FOR ACTION
Incident In the Early Life of the Great
Hercules Not Hitherto Recorded
Tin Infant Hercules had tired of by-
glen cuddling Kicking tho slats
from his trundle bed ho tipped over
the table with the modified milk nnd
the distilled water and tho govern-
ment tested food nnd making his way
to the pantry put himself outside of n
pan of baked beans a chunk of corned
beef n mlnco pie nnd then drank n
gallon of fresh buttermilk When his
frightened nurse found him he picked
her up and tossed her to tho top shelf
of thu chlnn tloset and plaj fully roar-
ed "flood night Nurse"
After which ho toddled out on the
front porch and looked up nnd down
the highway As ho did so ho tooth-
" hy don't thoy bring on those un-
sanitary snakes that the fairy lookn
snj I throttled?"
. Important to Mothors
I.xnmlmi carefully every hottlo of
CASTOIUA n safe and Biiro remedy for
Infants nnd children and sea that It
lltnrstho sjj ylTta
Signature of 6t2
In IVo For Over 30 Yenra.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatoria
Hill-Ho In an' till do bartender dnt
If ho don't give jer a drink jou'l'
Hed I itnsn'l If ho did 1 would
Effect of Rubber Tlrei.
"How did jou feel after the sixth
car had gone over jou?"
"I was almost completelj erased."
Don't do any worrying today that
jou can put off till tomorrow
Exacted a Promise.
Mrs. Henry I'rcston White was lcav-
iiiK her homo for town the other af-
ternoon and ns she started down tho
vvnlk n pitiful vvnll reached her earH
Turning sho perceived her llttlo five
year old t-on leaning far out of the
second story window
"Mother! mother'" he cried. "I'lense
promise me won't jou mother.'
Mrs White ran back In much alarm
Into the house and up the stairs.
Darling toll mother what Is the
mattoi " she pleaded.
"Oh. mother promise me" ho
' A ti) thing darling mi) tiling"
' Promise me that jou'll bo good
mother while jou'ro In town" he said
and began to drj his tears.
Beware the Cray Eye.
Among tho gray ejed theru are few
who retain any spiritual emotions.
People with gray eyes are superficial
frivolous given to embrace false Idols
running down blind allejs following
false prophets thoughtless Inconsid-
erate wanting In sympathy neurotic
unstable not firm and deliberate but
raBh and Impetuous.
A simple protection against danterons
throat affections are Dean'a Mentholated
Cousb Drops) 6c at Drue Btorea.
The best way to collect a library Is
aerer to buy to lead but borrow to
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If! a pnitlLablkyttniii hafrhlntrmntlnttmialy Mnd
fur CaUlutf lawUaswM Vtufca UtvWutla.ltt lUt.
The Generally Oo.
"Dinks put up a strong light against
"Yes but ho finally had to give up."
It's easier to talk than It Is to ac-
quire the wood sawing habit.
Are Your Hands
by a chronic disease common to woman
klndT You feci dull-headaeheyl Back-
ache pains hero and there dlnlneu or
perhaps hot flashes! There's nothing' you
can accomplish nothing rou can enjoyl
There's no good reason for it because
you can find permanent relief la
lira. Funis Fl. Brant of flmnL Nelson
averr naln and Aeba a woman could hava. mv
nervousness ana coma nn. eieep at nignu
Can now do my work for sis in family
nip. and every month would hava spells sad oar to star
cunt bottles of your 'Favorite Prescrintkm' and one vrlal of '
iiiim oaai mMueme ib us worm tor women i raeeeaai
ead atsay of thee have been great besetted by It.
io MjrW drfasisi.
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B ? HsnaaH
to your sioMch
and it will prove to b
your "best friend."
Safe guard it against any
weakness that may de-
velop from time to tim
by the daily use of
It strcnethens and tn-
vigorates the entire sys
tern thus preventing Poor
Appetite Headache In-
Grippe Malaria Fever
WITH YOU TODAY
W. N. U. Oklahoma City No. 4-1914.
"Does tho young fellow you have
roped In with you know anything
about this business he is putting his
money Into J"
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