Farmers Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 20, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 23, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION
Back Given Out?
Thcre'i surely pome reason for that
lame achy back. Likely it' your kid-
neys. A cold or at mln oitlimes ccngeats
the kidneys and (lows them up. That
may be the reaaon for that nagging
backache thoae slurp pains that tired
worn-out feeling. You may have head-
ache and dizzy epelln too with annoy-
lug bladder irregularity. Ue )0fW
Kidney !'"'. They have helped thou-
andi. Mk your neighbor!
An Oklahoma Case
n. V. Ilrnilabnw
carpenter 8C5 N.
First Bt. IJ Wns-
oner OKln. anya:
"I h n d lameness
and soreness In my
buck ncrosa my
kidneys w li I c h
acomed tp be worno
nt nluht. 1 kis
restless and Rot lip
In IIib morning
feeling tired I
used Deon's Kid-
ney rilla nnd they
B n v a relief. Tho
lamoneea nnd soreness soon dlaap-
E eared nnd I ntn Rind to aay I felt
ettcr In every way."
Oat Doaa'a at Any Store COe a Bet
FOSTER. MIUJURN CO.. BUFFALO N. V.
cigarette. Flavor is
seated in by toasting
fUsJfint " $
fout ra.nl will brine II and
III I'tj joutut'tlt. hhowa
fATAIryt .WHAT yon "nl at the
IAIAWO rlth4 ntfcK and HOW to
plain for lha Uitt erope.
Ileen telling aomii II years.
KNOW tut tail asd aU BO
Arthur G. Lee
Dept Ft. 3elt Ark.
Soothes and Heals.
No need suffering nny moro with
cntnrrh. Lending druggists guarantee
Hint If n Ilynuvl outfit does not re-
lievo you they will pay for It thctn-
jnriini 1 " skin aiauTirm.
KREMULA swyi.Ti.'s liuvz'vx;
sseiiivsers fct Jt)1 .cfc ..m oiumJ
Sim Do you write poetry?
lie Tho editors say not. The
Viitcliiiiiiii-i:xiiiiilner (New York).
Important to Moth
Kxnmluu carefully every bottle of
CASTOHIA Hint fnnious old remedy
for lufautH uud children and see Unit It
In Obo for Over UO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CaslorL)
Placing the Blame.
Professor Why weru you tnrdyl
Tom C'lnss begun before I got
there. )i ango Peel
Cutlcura for Sore Hands.
Sonk hands on retiring In the hot sud-
or Cutlctirii Soup dry nml rub In Cu
tlcura Ointment. Iteinovo sunilm-
Ointment with tissue paper. This l
only one of the things Cullctim will tin
If Soap. Ointment and Talcum ure used
for ull toilet purposes. Adv.
Willing to Walt
"lint you owe It to yourself."
"In that case (hero's no hurry. 1
llnd i:iself a ery lenient creditor"
The war has nindo table linen Ten
valuable. Tho use of lted Cross Ball
ltlue will add to Its wearing qualities
Um It sad ce. All grocer 5c.
"Whnt n beautiful girl I"
"Yes. And with what chnrmlng slop-
pines she wears her gnloshea."
CSkWm A 6 BKUiANS
l Oil Wretern Nwitapr Union.)
Tho niicstlun for each man In acttle
la not wlmt lis would do If he luitl
meiina lime Inlluctico and educational
inlviuilnKi-nj but what ho will dn with
the tldiiK" Ji liaa.-llamllton Wright
SOME GOOD MAIN DISHES.
Wlmt In linve fur tho chief dish for
a nieiil In often ii pmlilcin. Siuiu1 tltnu
(.'lit two pounds
nf riiiniil steak
Into eight pieces
for sen lug ill .
nuc-hulf pound of
unit pork loss
in ii y !i e ii h e il.
Cook tin pork nml one cupful of lluoly
ciil celery nml one large onion minced
In tin- purk fill. Pry tin steak on
Imlli Miles In I lie hot fill mill nil to
Mil- kettle blond two tublespooiifuls
of flour with Nome of the fnt pour
over tliu tneiit mill Hliiiincr the whole
thirty inltiiit . .III"! before serving
mill one cupful nf enoki'il spaghetti
h ml one pint nf slewed tomatoes.
Bene on n lint platter.
Pnnned Oysters. Scald one cupful
of ii) Hi em. When the edges curl re-
move f i oin the llipior Tnke one table-
Fpootiful of butter crenineil with two
nf Hour cook with one cupful of milk ;
i'ook until thick. Ailil otie-hiilf cupful
I'lti'li of broken nut tneiits mill cbopieil
celery. Season to tnste nml mid the
oysters. Itemove the tops from rolls
scoop out the soft purl tonst the tops
nml sIicIIh nml till with the testers.
Serve piping hot.
Baked Lima Deans With Tomatoes.
Souk ii pound of hi'iinx over night
pnrboll for live minutes rinse cook In
wnter to cover until tender. Add ono
tcuspnonful of salt to every qunrt of
wnter used. More water limy be milled
If necessary ilurliiK the bulling. Sen-
foii two cupfult' of tnuinto with Milt.
pepper mid onion Juice. Add to the
'Jrntm-il hemis. l'ut Into n benn ot
mii'r with two thick slices of hncon
nml bnkc until the bacon is crisp mid
Fricas'see cf Sheep's Tongues.
Wnsh four sheep's tongues cnrefully
put lulu ii saucepan cover with boil-
ing wnter mill Milliner for two hours or
until they ure tender. Itemove coot
skin cut In two lengthwise mid season
well with stilt mid pepper. The next
liny roll the tongues In Hour nml fry
In butter nml chopped onion until
brown. Scm'Wllli n brown sauce son-
Mined Willi n ilnsh of lemon Juice.
Hori with hot boiled rice.
Mualc nlien soft vnlrea die
Vibrates In tint ineinory;
Odors when ant-vt vlulets sicken
I.lvu ultliln tlio senae tboy quicken.
Itono leaves wtiun I ho roac Is t'.eua
Aro brup'd for the beloved's bed.
Ami so thy thoughts when thou lirt
Ixio Itself abut! slumber on.
SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS.
Cottage chei'Mt may bu used In so
many dainty dishes that It should lie
morn generally appi ecl
ated. It U especially at-
tractive when piped on
open s'liudwiches. Press
the cheese through the
potato rlcer or egelahlu
press miimiii to tasto
with suit paprika cay-
enne and mustard. Heat
In heavy cream adding
mi citiul ipimitlty of cream nnd press
through Hie pastry tube on the sand-
wiches which have been spread with
npple inarmaladi' or other fruit such
us ihnplK-d ihellien pi lines ur baked
Romalne Date and Cottage Cheese
Salad. Itnll cottage rhit'M; Into balls;
roll the balls In chopped nuts using
pecans walnuts or peanuts. Pour
boiling wiler over a pachage nf dates
and drain then dry In the oven. Cut
Hie dates In iunrters lengthwise re-
moving tho stones. Chill dates mid
cliivse balls. Arrange leaves of let-
tuce on n serving dish set thu dates
in thu center and the cheese halls
around tlieiu. Serve with Trench
A good snappy cheese may he made
Into n delicious cream cheese. Take
one nnd one-half cupfiils of dry grat-
ed cheese mid stir It Into onu cupful
of hulling sweet crcmii. Itemove from
heat as coon as thu cheese Is melted
pour Into ii Jnr to cool nnd serve from
the Jar. Cayenne pnpiikn onion Juice
or plmciiloes put through a sieve may
be added to the hot mixture before
pouring Into tho mold.
Spanish Cream. Dissolve one table-
spoonful of gelatine In uue-fniirtli nf
n cupful of cohl water then add to
(iiie-half cupful of scalded ir'IK. Scald
two ctlpfulrt of milk In a double holler
beat two egg yolks and add one-third
of a cupful of sugar mid one-fourth
nf n teaspoonful of salt; gradually
mid the hot milk return to the double
boiler and rook until sll-litly thick-
ened mid tho gelatine mixture flavor-
ing mid the two egg whites beaten
stiff folded In lightly. Turn at once
Into ii mold nnd the cream will settle
Into three layers. Servo with angnr
nnd cream or sugared strawberries.
Baked Polenta. Tnko well-cooked
comment mush turn In n depth nf an
Inch Into an oblmig pan which lias
heon rinsed In. cold water. Let stand
until stiff. Add ono to two cupfuls of
rich gravy nnd some cubes of cooked
meat. Place In the uvea and bake fif-
Excel In form vitality and
loveliness. A yard of these
exquisite roses makes
fairyland about the heme.
For years we have made a
spedf'ty of rosea Vestal's
have a national reputation.
Plant anytime. Safe de-
Send for Our Spring Guide I
Gives valuable Information
nnd lists hundreds of roses
plants fruits and berries.
It's frttteritt for H today.
Jos. W. Vestal & Son
Boa 8JS UtUe Hock Ark.
ag us. raiorr.
CAR BO LATE D
CHESE P ROUGH MFGCQ
State Street Newark
first Step in Treatment Is a Briilt
Purgative With Calotabs the
Furiiicd and Refined Calomel
Tablets that aro Nausea.
less Safo and Sure.
Doctors liavo found by cxperlenca
that do medieino for colds and influ-
enza can ho depended upon for full ef.
feettveness until tho liver is mmlo thor-
oughly active. That is 'why tha first
step in tho treatment is the now nausea-
less coloinel tablets called Calotabs.
which are freo from tho sickening nnd
weakening effects of the old stylo en.o-
me!. Doctors also point out tho fact
that an nctlvo liver may go a long way
towards provcntlng Influenza and is one
of the most important factors in en-
abling tha patient to successfully with-
itamL an attack and ward off pneu-
monia. One TJalotnb on the tongue at bed
time with a swallow of water thot's
all. No salts no nausea nor the slight-
tst interference with your eating pleas-
ure or work. Next mornlnr; your cold
has vanished your liver is actlvo your
tyatom is purlUcd and you are feeling
fine -with a hearty appetite for break-
fast. Druggists sell Calotabs only la
original scaled packages price thirty-
five cents. Your money Will be cheer-
fully refunded if you do not find thtss
Force brink's new energy
Increastd strength and greater
enduranca to th weak waary
nd worn-out. All tillable drug-
lists have It Cel a tolll today.
for 10 Yoars
NOW A DIFFERENT WOMAN
EmrmmmUy Prmlm&m Cmtomtm
"My wife wab a grcnt sufferer from
acid stomach for 10 yenrs" writes H.
D. Crlppen "hut Ii a dlsterent. woman
since taking Entonlc."
Sufferers from acid stomach let
Eatonlc help you also. It quickly takes
up and carries nut the excess acidity
nd gases and makes the stomach cool
ad Comfortable. You digest easily
get the full strength from your feed
feet well and stroBB free from bloat-
ing belching food repeating etr. Ms
bos costs coats only trite with yew
STICK UP FOR HOME TOWN
P-illy Good Citizen Is the One Who
Has Its Interests Close to
There Is something the matter with
the mini who doesn't cere for the
place he lives In ; who doesn't come
hack to It with some degree of rup-
ture and lelief. The world citizen
who boasts that all places are alike
to him and an place Is home where
he hangs his hat misses out of bis
life one of 111' tlrst and strongest In-
ccnUM's to decency tihd duly which
Is Hie dc she to win the general esteem
and good opinion nf the cniiiniunlly
In which one dwells. There Is no it.
ward In money which computes In val-
ue with the golden treasure of a good
repute. If u mmi cheats and lies and
steals mid bears false wltues lie may
build up a great fortune mid still be
plagued nt night with the knowledge
that those about htm hold a low opin-
ion of his worth nnd works. Doctor
Kllot of Harvard has told us that It
l.i the favorable opinion of u man's
home town that Is worth earning mid
retaining. One of tho neighbors
might be wrong; but If we take the
Hiimmiitlou of what many ure saying
we probably shall arrive tit a Just es-
timate. Merely to live In n place doesn't
make one n citizen. Your heart will
be where jour work has been put In
to help forward any good thing that
Is going. Of course one must be true
to the Immediate family circle and
look well In the roof tree and the door-
)ard nf line's nwn liniisehubl tlrst nf
all. Hut that Intimate Indoor devo-
tion cnmmeuilnble as It Is may be-
come n sottish sentiment Hint takes
no thought for those measures of pub
lic welfare In whose benellts we nil
share. Philadelphia Ledger.
WINTER AND SUMMER SHRUB
Evergreen la Recommended as the
Dent of All Contrasts That May
Ce Mads Pleasing.
Taking the United States us u whole
the iiseinge tlmu Hint deciduous pbiut.s
ure without lollage Is at least Ihn
moutliM. During this period the hoimi )
Is occupied us continuously us In sum-1
mer anil tin) surroundings should bo
as" attractive iu possible say land- t
snipe gai'denei'.s of Hie Ifulleil Stales
I liiiiiii-tnitint nf AM-!fiiltlli-i. Ivi.l. !
green shrubs both coniferous mid
broad leuw'd. maintain a color
throughout the winter not otherwise
obtained. I'hmI In uioileriitloii they
aro a distinct addition at this season.
On the other hand many ileclduoiiil
shrubs lime attractive winter char-
acters the most striking being tbo'M
bearing bright-colored berries. Then
there are barks of ninny similes nt
brown nml gray with sumo nf bright
red green and yellow (hat If prop-
erly arranged make pleasing contrast)
mid add to the winter beauty.
The short blooming period nf the
ncragn shrub makes llowers the least
Important of the characters (o he con.
sldereil. In sidle of this the color
character and time of hlootnlno
should be considered as well as the
behavior of the djlng Mowers whether
or not they fado to a consplcuous'nud
iiiuleslrabtu colm and hang on unduly
ur pass away without a distinctly un
Concerning the "Knocker."
The appeal to smite tho "knocker"
unfortunately Is timely almost at nny
time and In any coi.iniunlly In the
Cnlleil States It hat I ecu said that
nil kinds of people !. n.iilreil to
make the world it m I tipj'.-'iently a few
kill-Joys cannot be mobbil even In
cnmpitratlxcly small bodies of popu-
lation ludlunapolls has no mure than
Its iiurmal proportion although somo
of the lot may be Inorillnnlely ener-
getic but cw'ii with all their uethlly
they are relatively harmless. 'I hey
are more annoying than hurtful mid
should be siiuelcbeil more as public
nuisances than as detriments to thu
Such Is human nature that It Is easy
to get ninny people to listen to semi-
dal or caluiiiuy even though I bey do
not believe what Is said and hnw no
roM'ect for the sourcn from width It
comes. The "l.nnel- or" generally Is
plgmy-iulnded and has nothing to say
thut would be worth hearing. Ills
(lily hnio to gel nttenlliin Is to repeat
some bit nf disparaging Information
he has henrd or to malign mid abuse
tboir whiwo names aro snllleletitly
prominent In olUrlal. business ur other
circles to attract notice to his vnplir-
lugs. Inillanapolls Slnr.
Philadelphia Is Zoning.
Probably noting thu work of thu
roiling coiiimlssloii In WiHilngtmi
Philadelphia has revived Its zoning
conimtsr.lon appointed In HUM and
shortly will undertake the tusk of
regulating the location size and
height of nil buildings proposed for
"I understand that women will wear
longer dresses this winter."
"They will have to" replied Miss
Cayenne. "In some extreiuo Instances
It Is that or nothing."
m wfi i io no fi
. IT" J
H. W. Boring Says He Is In
Better General Health
Than He Has Been in
Years Since Taking Tan-
lac "Slucu Tniihic bin overcome my
troubles I luivo gained twenty pounds
la weight and am In better general
health than for years past" was thu
straight-forward statement made a
few days ago by II. W. Itorlug a
prominent nml well-to-do farmer liv-
ing nt Overland Park Kims.
"During tho two years 1 suffered I
. ever) thing I knew' nf to get re-
lief hut nothing seemed to reach my
rase until I tried Tanhie. My appe-
tite was poor and my digestion was
so bad I could hardly retain my food.
Nothing ngrecil with me; In fact I
was almost a continued dyspeptic.
My whole system seemed to he out of
shape. I would have pains across the
small nf my back so bad at times I
could lianlly move eroutid.
"My nerves were all unstrung nnd
I would hecutiH up s 't "it the least
little thing. I a u i -'i . well nt
night mid finally he-.tme so weak and
run-down Hint I lost weight rapidly.
I was also troubled a great deal with
catarrh mid nf mornings had to spend
a half hour or inntu clcnrlt. up my
"This Is Just tho condition I wns In
when I began taking Tnnlnc nnd It
certainly has been n blessing to me.
It Just seemed to he made especially
for my ense. I Improved from tint
very first. My digestion now Is per-
A Dlt cf Frost.
Mable Did Percy propose to you In
Martha -Yes hut I nipped It in the
It's Jut as well to ieuei..bor Hint
It's always well to be Just.
Buy Alabastine from your local dealer white and a variety of tints
ready to mia with cold water and apply with a suitable bruih.
Each package hai the croii and circle
mixing Alabattine tints you can accurately match
tugs and obtain Individual treatment of each room
T! im HtY root
Only Cheap Thing Lett
Tho II. 0. of Mvlug had been ills-
cIism'iI mid the family felt as though It
behooved thein to watch the corners.
The small daughter thought eery
night none ton often to take In n
tnnlc but mother Insisted that con-
stant going added greatly to expense.
At stippiT Margaret remarked: "Noth-
ing doing In the movie line tonight
ilnd ; let's take u walk that's the only
thing flint's cheap."
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets you tr
not gettiiiggenuinc Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21 years and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"!
SAVBTY FIRST! Accept only an "unbrokea pscksgt" af
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which contains proper dlrso
(ions for Headache Earache Toothache Neuralgia Colds Mmw
autism Neuritis Lumbago and pais generally. Strictly Amerkaal
lately Um laws ef 18 aUsto
i ts aba traaw sua es Pae SBsrasasasasrs as aeasjee e mmamtti
KA Nt ' P MK
tt us i i 7
H. W. HOflINO
o( Ovetlund Park Kansas
feet and regardless of what I cat I
never surfer nny bad after effects.
"The pains across my hack have en-
tirely disappeared. Tho catarrh has
left me too nnd my head Is perfectly
clear. I inn no longer nervous and
rest well every night I have re
gained my lust weight nnd am feeling
better nnd stronger than I have la
yenrs. I am going to keep Teniae la
my house so It will be bandy at ell
Tnnlnc is sold by leading druggltta
evcry where. Adv.
IN EVERY STABLE
Spohn's Distemper Compound
la lli one lnillapnaatl remedy for eontasloua anil InfaetloM
OUt-Haee among hniaen anil niulea Ita aucceea m m preventive
ami cure for IIIHTr.MI'i:H I'lNK KVK roUUIIH and COLDS
fur more than twenty. al yeara la 'he hlsheat tribute to It
nrrlt aa a medicine. It la endorsed by the beat horseman aaS
lire stock men In Amerira. iiuy it 01 your orussiau ae on
and II. IS iitr bottle. .
rtl'OII.N MKDIC.U. CO Coel.en !& V. S. A.
End of a Perfect Day I
One tot at kindergarten hud a habit
of ending her stories with tho re-
mark "And they lived happily ever
One day all were surprised to hear
her conclude: "And the tiger nte her
up ami she lived happily ever nfter."
A SIC your local dealer to rec-
ommend a practical dec-
orator. If you are unable to
secure one you can do the work
yourself tinting and stenciling
your walls to give beautiful results.
Instead of Kahomlne or Wall Paper
printed In red.
Wrtltfot iptclal sufei'loni cni
tatttl color combination
IHTOaWtUbAte. Ctui Raetia. Mick.
And Find It.
Jones "llrookH Is most persistent
In looking for trouble."
Hones "Yes that fellow will look
for trouble where It has never beaa
lost." Cartoons Mugnrlue.
Had She Heard That?
"My dear since It's Impossible ts
ill ess my dolls decently 1 never takl
them out" Paris l.o Journal Amta-
sunt. east ksS ft lew nets Urge aeekafie.
L.jy wi" NVVjfiiafJ
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