Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 8, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
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H firf to Vrtl
H 7ref to Economy
H and for these reasonf
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H hearts of tbemillkms
H of howewives wbo
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MAN THEY WERE LOOKING FOR
Fortune Wss Qood to Youngiten
Eagr for the Delights of the
Moving Picture Theater.
"Oolng In?" queried tho small boy
1 tin question wnH put to Out elderly
pedestrlnu. Itclitml tliu boy enmo
other boys nil peering eagerly Into
tho pedestrian's puzzled facu.
They buiiK to bis footsteps until tin
found blniHoir a llttlo further on In
tho midst of n numerous crowd of
youngsters. Kncli boy clamored for
tho pedestrian to accept n five-cent
"Wlint Ih nil IIiIh?" duiiiauded tho
"W'u are too .miiiiik to go In alone"
volunteered ik ready spokesmun. "If
you will liny our tlckotB for us wo can
go In with you."
Then oatue a sudden Unlit and tho
old man mulled broadly lie went to
the ticket window of an adjacent
niovlng-plcturo theater where ho
panned to rouut fares.
"Nine tickets" bo mild.
"There In a law ngnlust children"
objected the ticket man. "Am those
llttlo pcoplo with you?"
"They nro" declared tho old innn.
"Coino on boys going In?"
It's ensy to bn happy; nil you have
to do li ho foolish.
saves the house
wife much thank
The factory cooki them
perfectly toasts llirm to a
delicate golden-brown and
sends them to your table
teady to eat direct Irotn the
Freih ciiip eaiy to serve
Ask any tracer
tass i .sua
tg of Deal)
OW little did the fint
Christian who reveres- J
tially prepared a place f
for their fellow worship-
ert suspect that these
sane tomtt shocld toon i
b their churches and their hiding
place' The first .catacoccbs cf Rome f
were excavated by wealthy Christians
for their own famfil. and latr when )
extndJ. the bodies of their poorer
brothers and sblers In the faith were
admitted. The extent of the labyrinths '
which undermine the suburbs of Kome
rivals their complexity In four cen-turi-s
150 mile of corridors were cut
from the rock some of the passages
being 75 feet below the surface
The passages themselves are only
wide enough for a procession to
march In single file On either band
are the scaled niche containing the
bodies of the first Christians and oc-
casionally an arched doorway leads
Into one of the larger crypts which
were used as chapels In times of per-
secution a which Easter was cer-
tainly celebrated when the Insane
wrath of the empero- droTe the Chris
tians to roTer
These chambers which were used
for worship were small and tbs num-
bers who assembled In therj were
limited. There was a raised seat for
the blahop a loner seal for the pres-
byters end a bench about the wall
to accommodate- tbo worshipers.
Frescoes and Inscriptions Indicate
that the Easter feast was celebrated
with the cucbartit in these vaults.
The doors and stairways were some-
times blocked with Ilomnn soldiers
on guard. Tbtn tbo airholes wero
used and the worshipers wero low-
ered into tbo cbarncl recesses by
It war hero that the embryo of mod-
ern clUllzatlrm was nurtured and
kept allro through a period of great
trial arid sires Had Nero's soldiers
known tho catacombs as tho Chris-
tiana knew- them the world might
still bo laboring along under somo
silly pagan creed. Tho life of Chris-
tianity at one llrno depended upon tbo
dark and seclusion of a tomb.
In tbo faint rod light of torches
which Illumined tho sepulchral cham-
bers tho venerable and courageous
leaders of tbo llttlo flocks adminis
tered tbo Kustcr sacrament to fearful
yet resoluto Ilomnnn In whoso veins
was all tho npnrtnn'sm of Home mndo
holler by an ardor nnd faith which
tho presenco of men who had seen
mid spokun with tho Master Inspired.
St. Peter may liavo stood In ono
of theso very cublcuhi nnd told of tho
truth nnd henuty of Ills life nnd words
while tho distant clank nnd rattle of
bronze nnd steel bnro witness to the
soldiery on tho search for more prov
ender for Nero's lions
Tho beautiful pngcantry of our Has
tor with Its Mowers song Incense
music and accompaniment of sun
shlno nail the warmth of spring con
trnslB strangely with tho sottlng-of tho
Kustcr In tint cntacomliM. There nil
was sad nnd bomber damp and mor
Tbo wnlls covered with their funer-
al Inscriptions uero cold and
moist tho torches nickering fitfully
In tho heavy atmosphere of tho
scpulchcr. Tho Christians bunted
Diagram of the Catacombs
persecuted many of them without
home wero u forlorn and Jaded spec-
taclo. Only tho undying luvliiclblo
spirit of their cause upheld them
Tho preacher had to dwell upon tho
Joys of tbo future nnd tho Master's
promise to dispel tho heavy gloom.
There was no rich organ music; no
display of color; no round of mirth
and gladness from without. Tho
spring song of birds did not reach
Ihein only tho deep roar of Infuriated
animals nnd the tramp of tho legion-
aries penetrated to mlnglo with tholr
voices In tho service.
So was Christianity kept allvo and
our modern cl titration bum.
mo Keynote of Easter Ishopo. Win-
tor's night Is over. Tho loaves tho
Mowers tho songbirds have nwnkenod
to tho morning of tbo year nnd hearts
too may nil with glad new llfo. The
real Easter Is the power of Christ's re-
surrection that raises our rplrlts to
heavenly places and fills our lives on
earth with the Joy end peace the vic-
tory nud love of the spirit of tho risen
(a as Fffatt t Brii WitYi Trt
ties U Ea aasl fiaaiiy
Myra. Ky Mrs. Sarah K ran ha a of
this tows xiTe cut the following
statement for publication: "I am IT
years of age. aad suffered untold agony
with womanly trochlea for 11 years.
For 7 years I was all run down and
was told that 1 could not live. My
husband spent everything he had bat
I got only temporary relief.
A merchant recommended Cardul.
the woman's tonic to ay husband
and he got me S bottles at one time.
I began taking it. and before the first
bottle was gone I began to feel better
I took all of the C bottles and I am
today as sound and well as any
woman and fat and hearty."
Such testimony as the above which
Is given unsolicited speaks for Itself.
Can't you see lady reader that yoa
are doing yourself your family your
friends an Injustice by not at least
try" SB Cardul if you suffer from any
of the many ailments so common to
Cardul la composed of pure harm-
less vegetable ingredients which act
in a gentle natural way on the weak-
ened womanly organs helping build
tbem back to permanent strength and
Cardul has helped thousands of oth
er women. Why not you?
Ask your druggist. lie knows about
M. B. Wt h Ik Ladle' Adrborr DepJ- Chans-
"Did Caesar's disposition change
much during his life?" asked the pro-
fessor. "Well" answered the Mulling stu-
dent "bo hud a lot more Gaul whijn
Hellt Is that girl's hair naturally
Nell Yes natural result of the
KIDNEYS CLOG UP FROM
EATING TOO MUCH MEAT
Take Tablespoonful of Salts If Back
Hurts or Bladder Oothers Meat
Forms Uric Acid.
Wo aro a nation of meat eaters and
our blood Is filled with uric acid says
a well-known authority who warns us
to be constantly on guard against kid-
Tho kidneys do their utmost to free
tho blood of this Irritating acid but
becomo weak from tho overwork;
they get sluggish; the ollmlnatlve tis-
sues clog nnd thus tho waste Is re-
tained In tho blood to poison tbo en-
When your kidneys ocho and feel
llko lumps of lead and you have sting-
ing pains In tho hack or tho urine Is
cloudy full of sediment or tho blad-
der Is Irritable obliging jou to seek
relief during tho night when you have
severe headaches nervous and dizzy
spells sleeplessness acid stomach or
rheumatism In bad weather get from
your pharmacist nbout four ounces of
Jail Salts; take a tableepoonf.il In n
glass of water beforo breakfast each
morning and In n few days your kid-
neys will act line. This famous salts
Is made from tho ncld of grapes and
lemon Julco combined with llthln nnd
has been used for generations to Hush
and stimulate clogged kidneys to neu-
tralize tho nctds In urlno so It Is no
longer n source of Irritation thus end-
ing urinary and bladder disorders.
Jnd Halts Is Inexpensive nnd cannot
Injure; makes n delightful efferves-
cent llthla-wnter drink nnd nobody
can mako a mistake hy Inking n little
occasionally to kcop the kidneys clean
nnd active. Adv.
City fitly What kind of n dog do
jvu call that?
Parmer That's n huntln' setter.
City (luy Whaddoyii mean huntln'
Karmer Ho bunts hones nnd then
sets und eats 'em Ynlo llecord.
GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA
TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR
She Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tsa
and Sulphur to Bring Back Color
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Ten nnd Sulphur properly compound-
3d brings buck tho natural color anil
lutlro to tho hair when faded strtaked
or gray; nlso ends dandruff Itching
scnlp and stops falling hair. Years
ago th6 only wny to gut this mixture
wiib to mnko It nt homo which Is
tnussy and troublesonio. Nowadays
by asking nt nny store for "Wyeth's
Sago nnd Sulphur Hair Itumedy" you
will get a Inrgo bottle of this famous
old rcclpo for nbout CO cents.
Don't stny gray I Try It! No ono
enn possibly tell that )oi darkened
your hair ns It does It so nnturnlly
nd evenly. You dnmprti a sponge or
soft brush with It nnd draw this
through your hnlr tnklng ono small
strand at a tlmo; by morning tho gray
hair disappears ami after another ap-
plication or two your hair becomes
beautifully dark thick aad glossy Adv.
An ounce ot prevention Is better
than a ton of remorse. it
Many a cook whe aas a good range
Is uaaMe to slag.
MAKES A WHOLESOME SWEET
Fruit Candy May Be Eatsn by Chil-
dren Until Even Their AppctlUs
I Arc Satisfied.
0e cup figs one cup ralslno one
eu .atcs one cup prunes two cups
Wash figs and raisins wash and
tone date and prunes. Add nutmeata.
Put all through the food chopper. A
small amount of citron candled lemon
or orange pt-el may be added If de-
sired. Tbe mass may be easily kneaded
after grinding and formed Into a loaf.
This fruit loaf may be used in many
ways. A quantity may be worked Into
a roll about two Inches thick. It can
be sliced In thin slices and used as a
deMert or It can be spread very thinly
between slices of graham or brown
bread and makes a delicious sand-
wich. Some of It can be made Into little
balls rolled In powdered sugar and
eaten as candy. The little balls ca.: J
be ornamented with glaced cherries
nuts or rdeces of candled pineapple. I
Some balls may be dipped In choco-
late and others in plain or colored
fondant which has been melted In a
double boiler. Children can tat plenti-
fully of this sweet and never have bad
effect. This is a natural sweet and
not only wholesome for the children
but for the adults as well.
TRY THIS PARCHED POPCORN
Different From the Ordinary Method
and Will Be Found Really
Parched Popcorn You will find this
i not only delicious but quite different
from the ordltiary popcorn.
Place In an Iron frying pan over a
gentle heat a cupful of popcorn just
removed from the ear; stir constantly
with a fork so as to keep tbe grains
motlng. He careful that the fire Is
not too t as tbe corn might then
become scorched. Continue to parch
the corn In this manner until tbe
grains are puffed up and are almost
round besides bcln colored a dell
cate brown. Put the corn Into a large
bowl and poUr a generous quantity ol
melted butter over It stirring It sc
that tho butter coats tho grains even
ly. Then salt tho corn as soon as It
Is buttered so that the salt may cling
Here Is n way of making a side-
board from an old washstand. Tako
out rail from top then measure tho
two upright pieces and get two turned
tho same length nnd four pieces three
Inches shorter. Have two shelves
made with grooves three Inches from
back r.o theso can bo used to stand
up pretty plates. When finished fas-
ten cleats on tho insldo of first up-
rights ro that when shelf Is fitted It
will como even with the top of pieces.
Screw tho shorter pieces onto tho first
shelf before setting on cleats then fit
on top shelf. Havo fronts and ends
rounded on the shelves. Then stain
all new parts Fame color as the rest
then give a coat of varnish to nil
When done you hnvo nn "Old English"
stylo of buffet or sideboard for very
Cream of Lettuce Soup.
The outer green lettves of lettuco
nro simmered In barely enough water
to cover them till they nro tender
enojgh to go through tho pureo sieve
or colander; they aro added to the
hot milk and seasoning slightly thick-
ened nnd then strained; tho result Is
n light green cream of delicate flavor.
Escnrole chicory sorrel parsley
spinach or nny of tho green thingu
on this order may bo used In tho snme
wny. Ono pretty llttlo touch Is some-
times given to these soups ono
small carrot Is cooked and minced
very flno or put through a coarse
colander nnd when tho soup Is ready
to servo this Is scattered over tho
Good Simple Brown Bread.
Ono cup each Indian ryo and gra-
ham meal ono cup molasses ono hand-
ful raisins ono teaspoon Bolcratus and
a pinch of wait.
Moisten with enough cold wntor to
mnko fnlrly soft batter; mix well nnd
plnco In well grensed pall or can (cov-
ered). Plncc In covered kettlo with boiling
water enough to reach top of can nnd
steam two and n half hours itemovo
from eon Immediately.
This recipe has been used for 15
years and if made as directed will
To Wash Silk Underwear.
Now that silk underwear Is worn eo
extensively It bohooves tho owner to
seo that It Is wnshed properly. When
washing white silk gnrtnents sonp
should not bo rubbed on them and
puro white soap rnthor than yellow
should bo used for tho suds. Itlnse
very thoroughly In cold water after
rubbing In lukewarm suds. Iron with
only a moderately warm Iron and
cover the silk with a piece of muslin
o that tho Iron will not come In con-
tact with the silk.
Do Vou Know?
Did you knov that you can use the
water you boiled tho plain rice In for
tsrchlng white things?
Or that If your oven will not brown
ycur pastry as woll as you would like
It to you can remedy matters by
placing the cakes or tarts on tbe upper
tray end throwing a little sugar on to
the floor ot the oven?
Or that mustard Is beet whea mixed
with a pbcb or sak in water uai is
Shy of Signs.
The proprietor of the gents furnish-
ing emporium always ate In tbe quick-
lunch establishment next door but tbe
owner of the latter bad a grievance
"I put out many signs" complained
he. ' I advertise lamb stew beef bash
roast giblets. I watch you many times.
Always you take something else."
"I guess that's so."
"Why Is this?"
"Well I figure it this way" ex-
plained the haberdasher. "Whenever
I bang out a sign it's for something I
want to get rid of."
Largest English Cathedral.
The largest cathedral In England Is
that of York the area of which is
G3.S00 square feet. St Paul's being the
second largest with an area of 9700
Tbe smile of a hypocrite is very sim-
ilar to the laugh of a hyena or the
tears of a crocodile
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AVetlf table Preparation for As
imitating the FoOundRegula-
litig rhe Stomachs and Bowels cf
nessand Rest Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Not Nakc otic
Kktt S.IU .
klrm Sit J
Aperfed Remedy forConshpa
lion Sour Stomach Diarrhoea
ncss and LOSS OT SLEEP
Facsimile Signature of
The Ccntalt Company.
Guaranteed uniteFthe Foodarj
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Alert Perception Needed.
"Vuii say that n man who occupies
a position of serious public responsi-
bility needs a sense of humor?"
"Certainly. Thu moro grate and
dlgnllk-d ho assumes to be the more
be needs a sense of humor lie must
be ablo to recognize humorous' things
Insttntly so as to avoid saying them "
HAIR CAME OUT IN BUNCHES
Houto No. 3 Hot 20A Ilrokcn Ar-
row Okla. "My trouble began with
an Itching of tho scalp ot my head.
My scalp at first became covered with
flakes of dandruff which caused mo to
scratch and this caused a breaking
out here and thero on tbo scalp. It
became so Irritated until I could not
rest at night and my hair would como
out In bunches and became short and
"Everything I ueed would causo It
to grow- worso and It continued that
way for about thrco or four years.
Whllo reading the paper I saw tbo
advertisement ot Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment and sent for a sample. It
proved so good that I decided to get
soma more. I UBCd them as directed
and in two weeks I saw a good ef-
fect. Now my hair Is longer nnd
looks better than 1 havo ever known
It to bo. I glvo all tho credit of my
euro of scalp trouble to tho Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment." (Signed) Mrs.
Ella Sheffield Nov. 30 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address post-
card "Cutlcura Dept. L Iloston." Adv
Temporarily Without Reason.
Parent What is your reason for
wishing to marry my daughter?
Youiici Man I havu no reason sir;
I nm In love.
Tho man whoso wlfo tnkes In wash-
ing Is usually long on words nnd short-
t Ij i ' ih i ' ' T S3
Disease frermfl are on every hand. They are in the very air
wo breathe. A system 'run down" is a prey for them. One
must have vital force to withstand them. Vital force depends
on digestion on whether or not food nouJiatoa---on the
quality of blood coursinjj through the body.
Golden Medical Discovery
Btmurthene tbewMk ; itomach. Gives mod digestion. Enlivens the
taggisb liver. Feeds the starved nerves. Again full health and strength
return. A general upbuilding enables tbe heart to pump Hke an engine
nsaniBK In olL The vital force Is once nor aauhlbhaif fen ..
Year la and year oat for over forty years this great bealUvrestoriag
remedy has bee spreading throughout the entire world-beeease of Ita
ability to make tbe skk well mm the weak strong. Don't despair off
- Demg jouroiu sou anio. uive '
Nam. Yew wlllsoonfeel''rkenewi
( REMEMBER f
1 Peu-na (
Mr. Itobert H. Norrls No. 113. Hen-
ry HL. North Berkeley CaU writes:
"We have never had any other medi-
cine but Peruna In our home since w
have been married. I suffered with
kidney arid bladder trouble but two
months treatment with Peruna made
me a well and strong man. My wire
felt weak and nras easily tired and
was also troubled with various pains
but since she took Peruna ahe Is well
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
"Penrls mean tears "
"Then buy 'em for her and she'll
stop crying for 'cm "
He hippy. I'fe Red Cro Pall Plue;
much letter than hiuid blue. Delight
tlie laundrtt. All grocers. Adv.
Shortly nftcr n man lends a woman
to tho altar he acquires tho listening
JASPER SIPES COMPANY
Oporn Chairs and School Supplies
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
THE PATENT MAN. BA8SETT DLOO. 1161.
NO. DROAOWAY OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
HOBS FROM CHOLERA
by use of Ant! Hog Cholora Serum manufac-
tured under Government Inspection. Writ
today for fres particulars. Wlchlta-Okla-homa
Serum Co. Stock Yards Okla. City.
My Free Book
on Chronic DUettes of Men PS pages mailed
to any addroa on receipt of two cent Hump.
IS years In Oklahoma City. All correspond-
ence confidential ami ollcltcd. Or G P Mahl
Specialist ma W. Main 81 Okls. City Okla!
Serum Will Save
Your Hotfs From
Write for fret booklet. We manufacture our
.mii our piani ui umiriomaCltr.Okl.homa.
S.II..M"B"r n ch-'- OKLAHOM A STOCK
YARDS SERUM COMPANY. PHONE WAU
NUT SSM. OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
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