Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 6, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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1L0IN. OXLA PAKMERt CHAMPION
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ft Settled In
I owe my
Mr. Anna Ltnder R. F. D. 6 Dm-
Ml Meeker Co.. Minn. writes: "For
two -years I suffered with that ter-
rible disease chronic catarrh
"Fortunately I m your- adver-
tisement In my paper. I fot your
advice and 1 took Peruna. Now I
am well and the mother of two
children. 1 owe It all to Peruna
"I would not bo without that great
tonlo for twice Its coat (or I am well
and strong now. I cannot apeak In
too high terrae of IU value aa a
The first dose often aetonlsbts the tmilid.
aetlcltref mind byornc
efmhtd. buarsncy of body
Tttular bewela aad soUd Pri". Met.
Mother asked Davie one morning to
fetch a small cabbage from the grocer.
"What would you call a tniall cab-
bage?" Davie asked.
"Oh about the size of Jackie's
head" answered the mother referring
to thn younger brother. A few Seconds
later a voice came from the doorway:
"Mamma I'm taking Jackie with me
to measure by."
Old Maid (who during a short trip
lind to put her pug dog In board at a
neighbor's 'faintly) Well children
liave you always been kind to my
Utile Carl (blurting out) And he
can swim now too! Fllegende Dlaet-
ter. ENDS DYSPEPSIA
'Tape's Diaptpsin" cures sick.
sour stomachs In five minutes
"Really does" put bad stomachs In
order "really does" overcome Indiges-
tion dyspepsia gas heartburn and
fcourness In flvo minutes that just
that makes Papo's Dlapepsln the lar-
gest selling stomach regulator In the
"world. If what you eat ferments Into
stubborn lumps you belch gas and
cructato sour undigested food and
acid; head Is dlzsy and aches; breath
foul; tonguo coated; your Insldes filled
-with bile aud Indigestible waBto re-
member tho moment "Pape's Dlapep-
sln" comes In contact with the stomach
all such distress vanishes. It's truly
astonishing almost marvelous and
tho Joy Is Its harmlessness.
A large fifty-cent case of Pope's Dla-
jepsln will give you a hundred dollar'
worth of satisfaction.
It's worth Its weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their stom-
achs regulated fl belongs In your
homo should always be kept handy
in case of sick sour upset stomach
during tho day or at night. It's the
quickest surest and most harmless
atomach doctor In tho world. Adv.
Life Is mado up of surprises. Have
you ever noticed that the things thot
don't soem possible happeu so often?
For frostbites use Hsnford's Dal-
Women scorn muddy crossings If
their hosiery will pass Inspection.
The pneumonia germ rushes In
-where tho allies fear to tread.
Backache Warm You
Backache Is one of Nature's warnings
of kidney weakness. Kidney disease kill
thousands every year.
Don't neglect a bad back. If your back
Is laine II It hurts tti Hoop or lift U
tbero Is Irregularity of the srcretlunt
suspect your Kidneys. If you suffer head-
aches dizziness anil are tired nert om aud
worn-out you have further proof.
Use Dean's Kidney Pills a flnemedlolne
for bad backs and weak kidneys.
Mrs. ti. L. 'Fresh-
our IlrUtow Okla.
tare I "I wsj sua-
tenly seised with a
pala la the small of
mr bsek and could
hardly stoop or set
up alter amine. I
baaan to auoTep from
through the small ef
my back an asr
kldaeys dlda't set
rlfbt aln Doaa's
Kidney. Fills sdver-
Maed I need sees
Kd three bosea est-
ely rid me of the
PUIS with las re-
s atsaa sa Aa Seas. St t
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USE FOR LEFT-OVER TURKEY
robably There la No Better Way
Than by Converting It Into a
Generally there In qulto a bit of the
.nrkey left over not enough perhaps
tor a full meal again but quite sum-
(lent for an excellent salad for an eve-
ling function high tea or a course
uncbeon. If the whlto turkey meat
toes run short It Is aa easy matter to
mpplement It with some of the dark
neat or even roast veal or fresh pork
ind no one will be the wiser. Cut the
nent Into dice then measure and al-
ow an equal quantity of celery cut
n fairly good-sized pieces. If you have
iny walnuts butternuts or almonds
:ook thorn In a little stock or boiling
talted water for twenty minutes then
;hop fine. At serving tlmo mix to-
tcther tho turkey or other meat nuts
ind celery and allow to each quart of
Jie mixture a tcaspoonful of salt a
Hinder tcaspoonful of paprika a tea-
ipoonful of Worcestershire sauce and
f jou liko it a tiny piece or clovo of
rnrllc just enough to glvo a sugges-
:lon to the palate without tho odor.
Toss and mix well and having lined
our salad bowl with crisp lettuce
caves put In the salad mixed with ft
Ittlo mayonnaise heap up mask with
noro mayonnaise and servo. A pretty
famish for this Is tho stuffed olives or
)its of the sweet red peppers that
some In cans. Chicken salad Is made
n tho samo way. A fow spoonfuls of
he stock In which tho chicken has
een boiled makes a richer salad.
fEAST FOR THE QUICK BREAD
is Proper Preparation as Much to
Do With the Success of the
Two hour bread Is mixed kneaded
raised and baked In two hours. Dut
Irst there Is yeast to make for It.
To make yeast for the two-hour bread
)oll six potatoes until soft. Take out
sash them and add them to tho wa-
ter (there should bo one quart of thU)
alth four tablespoonfuls of sugar two
:ablespoonfu1s of salt two tablespoon-
."uls of shortening either lard or but-
.or and set all aside until lukewarm
tdd then half a cako of jqast which
las been dissolved in half a pint of
ukewarm water; stir in half a cupful
)t flour and let the yeast stand 36
lours. Use one and a halt cupfuls of
:hls liquid for each loaf and Just
nough flour to keep tho dough from
iticklng to the board. Stir In with a
ipoon. then knead on tho breadboard
'or 20 minutes and shape Into loaves.
Let these rise again until they are
tho alze you wish the loaves to be put
them Into the pan and bake 30 or 40
Melt one tablespoonful butter add
one-half tablespoonful flour and stir
antll well blended; then pour on
iradually while stirring constantly
Dno cupful of milk tiring to tho boil-
ing point add one-quarter cupful of
soft Btnlo bread crumbs one-half tca-
spoonful salt one-qunrtcr teaspoonful
:elery salt fow grains of pepper and a
few drops of onion Juice. Remove
from tho range add one cupful finely
chopped cold cooked lamb yolks of
two eggs beaten until thick and 1cm-
jii -colored; tbon cut and fold In tho
fthltes or two eggs beaten stiff and
dry. Turn Into a buttered baking
llsh and bake 30 minutes In a rooder-
ite oven. Serve with tomato sauce.
Beef veal or chicken may bo used In-
itead of Iamb. This dish Is easily
prepared and a splendid way to use
naked apples have an excellent ef-
fect upon the whole physical system
feeding the brain as well as adding to
tho flesh and keeping tho blood puro.
Daked sweet apples are a very pleas-
ing addition to a saucer of oatmeal
when served with sweet cream. They
are vory appotlzlng. Thousands ot
bushels of sour apples aro used for
pies in hundreds of families where
well-baked apples would prove moro
nourishing food and much more eco-
nomical. They are good for old peo-
ple and aro usually greatly relished
Clam Broth en Bellevue.
Take a dozen largo cherry-stone
clams. Wnstt them well arid place
them In a deep pan covering them
with a pint of water. Let them boll
for ten minutes; tho hot water will
open tho clams. Remove tho clams
and strain tho broth through a cloth.
Cut up tho clnms In tiny bits and put
lliem In the Boup. For company you
:nu add n littlo chicken broth to tho
:1am broth and a touch ot whipped
cream on the top ot tho Individual
When a carpet sweeper gets full of
lust remove all wasto collected take
out the brush and carefully pick out
all lint etc. Then apply kerosene on
a woolen cloth and rub the ends ot
Ihe bristles thoroughly with the cloth
!t prevents dust rising when the
weeper Is used and brightens the car-
et A drop of machine oil in the holes
when the ends ot the brush revolve
wMl e as1 stuck u any one thlai to
metre yevr sweeper.
When Making Cake
A' quick way to clean currants whea
aMtatac cakes la to pat tat fruit Into
eetaaaer wtta a sprinkling of flout
jad ruli rotted a few f lasee with your
aad. It M eurprlitng how quickly
the stnlks are separated aud eosM
through the aniaM betea. ' )
CALOMEL SICKENS! IT SALIVATES!
OOH'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED
I Guarantee "Dodson't Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver
and lowel Cleansing You Ever Had Don't Lose a Day's Workl
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Calomel Is quicksilver
and It salivates; calomel Injures your
It you are bilious feel lazy sluggish
and all knocked out If your bowels
are constipated and your head aches
or stomach Is sour Just take a spoon-
ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tono
Instead of using sickening salivating
calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real
liver medicine. You'll know It next
morning because you will wake up
fnellng fine your liver will be work-
ing your headache and dizziness gono
your stomach will be sweet and your
bowels regular. You will feel llko
working. You'll be cheerful; full ot
vigor and ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
60-cent bottlo of Dodson's Liver Tono
"Harry I am beginning to believe
tho baby looks llko you."
"Are you dear?"
"Yes I notlco It more and more ev-
ery day. I'm so glad."
"Do you really want him to look llko
"Of course I do. I've been sorry
ever since wo had him christened that
wo didn't glvo him your name."
"Sweetheart you don't know how
happy you make me by saying that."
"And Harry dear 1 found tho love
liest hat today. I don't believe I ever
saw anything that was so becoming to
me. It's 25. Do you think I ought to
pay that much for a hat?'' Chicago
CARE FOR YOUR HAIR
By Frequent Shampoos With Cutlcura
Soap. Trial Free.
Precedo shampoos by touches ot
Cutlcuru Ointment If needed to spots
of dandruff Itching and Irritation ot
tho scalp. Nothing better for the com-
plexion hair hands or skin than these
fragrant supercrcamy emollients. Alao
as preparations for the toilet
Sample each free by mall with Qook.
AddreBB postcard Cutlcura Dept. XY
Doston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Some time ago the teacher ot a pub-
lic school was Instructing a class In
geography and when it came time to
hand out a few questions she turned
to Willie Smith.
"Willie" she said "can you tell me
what Is one of the principal products
of the West Indies?"
"No ma'am" frankly answered Wil-
lie after a moment's hesitation.
"Just think a bit" encouragingly re-
turned the teacher; "where docs the
sugar come from that you use at your
"Sometimes from the store" an-
swered Willie "and sometimes we bor-
row It from the next-door uelghbor."
"So you are going to be married
"Yes ma'am and I'll be leaving you
"Well I hope you are getting a
"It he ain't any better than Ihe one
you'vo got I won't keep him long."
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY USE SAGE TEA
Don't Look Old! Try Grandmother's
Recipe to Darken and Beautify
Gray Faded Lifeless Hair.
Grandmother kept her hair beauti-
fully darkened glossy and abundant
wlta r. brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair fell out or took on
that dull faded or. streaked appear-
ance this simple mlxturo was applied
with wonderful effect. I3y asking ut
t-ny drug store for "Wyetu's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy" you will get a
largo bottle ot this old-time reclpo
ready to use for about 60 cents. This
simple mlxturo can bo depended upon
to restore natural color and beauty
to tho hair and is splendid for dan-
druff dry Itchy scalp aud falling hair.
A well-known druggist says every-
body uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
because It darkens so naturally and
evenly that nobody can toll It has been
applied it's so easy to use too. You
simply dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw it through your hair taking
ono strand at a tlmo. Ry morning
tho gray hair disappears; after an-
other application or two It Is re-
stored to Us natural color and looks
glossy soft and abundant Adr.
There Ain't That Much.
"Pop what's a plutocrat?"
"A man who has as much money as
I'd like to have."
The only way to get along with some
people Is carefully to conceal your
oplnlea ot them.
The most eommoa term
slmlsm la the belief that a
gmntafl maaes a aa eMiaa;-'"
under my personal guarantee that It
will clean your sluggish liver better
than nasty calomel; it won't make you
sick and you can eat anything you
want without being salivated. Your
drugglBt guarantees that each spoonful
will start your liver clean your bowels
and straighten you up by morning or
you can havo your money back. Chil-
dren gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
bocauso It Is pleasant tasting and
doesn't grlpo or cramp or mako them
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tono to people who
havo found that this pleasant vege-
table liver mcdiclno takes tho placo
ot dangerous calomel. Duy one bottlo
on my sound rellnblo guarantoo. Ask
your druggist or storekeeper about mo.
AND WHAT WAS HE TO DO? I
Almost Any Married Man Will Appre-
ciate the Situation Poor Hubby
Got Himself Into.
"What a beautiful new hnt and
coat!" she cried as soon as ho catno
homo that afternoon.
"Isn't It? I mean aren't they?" ho
said proudly. "UargalnB too. The
overcoat was $1C roduded from some-
thing and the hat was $4 but they're
going to ratso tho prlcol next week."
Ills young wlfo crowed with delight
"Herman you look stunning!" she
exclaimed. "Let mo put them on to
give you some slight idea of the gen-
eral effect You can never toll on
yourself you know."
And she put them on. The coat was
a nobby plaid Dalmacaan and the hat
was a Nile green felt very swagger.
"Hy Jove Ceclle" he cried "If I
look halt that good In 'em I'm satis-
fied!" She walked to the pier glass.
"You look very fine In them dear"
she said hesitatingly "but truth com
pels me to say they're moro than twlco
as becoming on me. You know the
women are wearing men's hats and
coats this winter. Don't you think you
could get yourself anoRier outfit to-
morrowsomething In colors a little
moro becoming to you perhaps? We
have fried chicken and waffles for din-
ner Just the way you like them."
And but what's the use?
No Room for a Third.
Bx-Presldent Taft was on one occa
sion in consultation with Senator Pen-
rose of Pennsylvania. Now as every-
body knows Mr. Taft Is gigantic and
the senator is taller and weighs more
than any other member ot tba senate.
Whllo tho two were- in earnest con-
versation an aggressive politician en-
deavored to enter the room but an
alert secretary politely Interfered.
"What are they doing In there?"
asked tho politician inquisitively.
This pertinent question nettled tho
secretary and he answered tersely:
"Holding a mass meeting I pre-
sume." All There Was for Him.
A poor shoemaker's apprentice was
sent to his master's home with some
work. It was early In December and
when tho lad arrived at tho house he
found the good -vlfe engaged baking
tho spiced bread ready for Christmas.
The smell was delicious and sniffing
strongly the apprentice exclaimed
"Eh missus but your spice loaf
"Ah well lad thee mun tak' some
good smells far It will be all thou will
get." London Tlt-Illts.
"The Climblys tell me they nre go-
ing to move Into a bettor neighbor-
hood." "Thnt's miecr."
"They haven't made good yet In the
neighborhood thoy'ro leaving."
Fred My dear Dora lot this thought
console you for your lover's death.
Remember that other and bolter men
than ho havo gono tho same way.
Rercaved Ono They haven't alt
gone have they? Now York Sun.
p The Real Thing.
Littlo Lemuel Say paw what Is
Paw Persistency my son is the
trnlt a woman devcloim when sho at-
tempts to remove a wrinkle. .
y Extreme Devotion
"Btrs. Gadders Is all wrought up over
the plight of the Relglaris."
"Indeed she 1st Why she even neg
lects her pood I o to attend meetings of.
an iiiatear & wSaaaa
A man may ha Justlaed la thinking
his wife atlly coaatderiat the kind of
aa aha married.
fptm awipmvBBtwT mLLTakx vos
Vrr MnrTaa TUair for JlM.Wes. Wwr
teas A4 UMBalAtAM BHalldai Hu Bwaru
"I shall bo awfully stuptd now" ex-
claimed a wife who had returned from
a visit to her dentist.
"Why so my dear?" queried her
"Decauso I have had all my wisdom
teeth pulled out" replied the lady
"Oh my love the Idea that wisdom
teeth have anything to do with wis-
dom Is a foolish onoi It you were to
have every tooth In your bead pullod
It couldn't mako you any stupider you
Pneumonia? Apply Hanford'a Bal-
aam. Rub It on and rub It In thor-
oughly until tho skin Is Irritated.
Sometimes n man tries to get Into
the limelight and gots a lemon In-
stead. Alwnya proud to show white clothes.
Red Cross Rail lllue does make tbsm
white. All grocers. Adv.
Many a married man wonders Just
how smnll a portion ot his earning
ho Is really entitled to.
nessandRestCofilalnsncrriwr Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
NOT NAWC OTIC
A rjerfeel Remedy forComtiaa-
lion . Sour StomKh.DiairMea
nett anal LOSS OrSUU.
facsimile. Sifnatur of
Mrs. Exe How many servanta do
Mrs. Wye None. My record for
the year so for is twenty-two I dlda't
Usually the neighbors think the aad
look on a married woman's face la
due to the actions of her husband.
You seldom hear ot a man marrying
a woman to reform her.
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" I have need yaw Lwlmeat aasl easi
ayitiaffie. I have used it far as
throat atramed shoulder aad it aetai
like a eharm." AMn Dwm jpsaat J
" I aa a painter aad paptraaaaer fcy
trade conseejueatly up aad dowa led
den. About two yeara ago my left aaaa
become lame and sore. Itpaiaedawa
nights at tiroes till I could sot rest aad
I was contemplating giving up my trad
on account of it when I chaneed to thsak
of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried
it before and I am glad to atate that
lose than one 26o. bottle Used me iaa
apparently m good aa ever." Certa C
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