Farmers Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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THE ELGIN FAIHIII CHAMPION
Notice this delicious
flavor when you
smoke Lucky Strike
it's scaled in by
the toasting process
YOU CAN SAVE $50:
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UMKTY TOf Tmt CO ! T. Cine Ui Mil. a
i finest product
I Every worn
$1.00 HAIR NETS $1.00
rr doian. military packM lluitiMn Hair
t makt (H.VIII.Ks lllt STUM:. (10
Slilarntli Strt-al lr..Vr:il t III.IIIIAIM).
1 MII.KH I'KH IIAI.MIN MAIIK WITH
Ntw rataniart tlaaollna VaiMulsar
Writ (or I'arllculara
Faawan Vaporlstr Cu 1'ukwana. B Dak.
Wmi Mlk rtlorklnga. Iluy illrrrl (rum mill
and eava tha illffManc Hand natna fur prlca
llat. MATTIIKYVB HIM CO. (IrWln 'la
tncfflcacy of Prayer.
"Deacon l-'rlsher It n luinl mini to
deal llli on week tlnys. tmt Iio prnys
M loud as anybody on Sunday."
"Yes" mild Kcjutro Wltherhce. 'Tor
twenty jenrs I've been lirnrln' tin- den-
con ask the Lord lo make lilm a
better limn Imt I'm nfrnld tlio Lord
ain't tniikln' nmcli progress." Hlrinln-
NAME "BAYER" IS ON
Take Tablets Without Fear If You
See the Safety "Bayer
If you want the true world-famous
Aspirin as prescribed hy physl 'Inns for
ver twenty-one years you must ak
for "Ilnyer Tablets of Aspirin."
Tbe "Ilnyer Ciiish" Is stumped on
each tnhlet and appears on each park.
ate for your protection against Imlta.
The Right Instinct.
"Come Dorothy" fiiltl her fnther
tffipatli'iitly "throw jour doll on the
bed and hurry or we shnll he Inte."
"Daddy how enn you?" reproved the
child. "I Isn't Hint kind of u muvver."
Don't think that n mini looks the
right way every time his head Is
A Beautiful Woeaaa U Always
Bird Bong Ark. "For nearly two
Man I euflemJ awfully with feminine
'trouble which waa caused by lifting
'keary things and seetninely I had fire
a aix other romptninta added to it. I
Suffered with Uie lowrr part of my back
I and had headache nearly all the tuna. I
I began to tlilnk there was nothing Uist
wouia do rue any good without an oper-
mud out i uiougtit i would try ut.
Fteroe's re modiea first. I took one bottle
ef Dr. Pierce's Fevorito Prescription
and one of 'Golden Medical Discover''
also used a box of Dr. Pierce's lurifying
Lotion Tablets and one of the 'Healing
Suppositories' and took the little 'Pleas-
ant PelloU' to regulate my bonels and I
felt like a new woman." Mrs. Maggie
D. White Boa 7.
Dr. nerce s famous remedies csn lie
procured from your druggist tablets or
liquid. Write Dr. Pierce president
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y.. for
free medical advice.
EASY TO KILL
Neatly far Use Better Than Traps
Irtrtclloni la 1$ latifuaita to af f t r boi
ata. Mica. Ooetruaehei Arm ana WatMbtm
eetru' U4 and nropartr and ait ranlart ui
alaaata Xtfttraa' Jcfffrtf fall furrat tbaia paiu
as ru f rvm Iba bnlldlcf (or aitil and Inn all
etc and II to. -Monarvuk Kit (alia. "
V a. Uoverumaat bajs It.
psatr Hack without quntion
KIN OISBASB RBHKDIK3
(Hunt's Sala an J Soapl.lall In
Wit Irtatmtnl odleh ktatma
las aklndlaiaaaa Trr thla tiaai.
atntatourrUk tola br allrallablidrufalata.
A. H. Rlehardt MtSlcInt Ce Bhtrman Taaaa
yt. H. U. Oklahoma City No. 45-1921.
PROTECT ROADS FROM RAINS
Where Flood SprssHt Out Over Vsl.
Icy It Is Dig Problem to Secure
U'r'tiartil b th t'ntt'tl Slata llriarttrnl
air Aallrullura )
Hurliij; .lul mill AiikiihI (loud
liurslx. wlildi lire pnirllnilly ery
hi'iivy thiiiiileiKtoriiiK eiiusi" serhms
lirolilfiiiK In roml ((iimlriK'lluii In N't1
mln mill I'tnli. The liurciui of pimllo
rimiN of the t'lilteil Stntes lli-ptirtmeilt
of Agriculture Ihih worketl out si'veial
eITi'i'thi iiii'lliuils of prntertiiig rnii'W
frillll thcfl llllllK'lIKO Hllllllt'll IlilUH of
wnler lifter lung tlr spells Where
the tlnitlinge thilli'iel lire well tie
lined no grout illllkMlty li lnoletl In
the ih'slL'ii of the until driilmige strut'
tlires: hut where the flood sprendi out
oer n deltn or n ulle It Is n proti
l-lii mi to hiciile the line tilitl tlnilliiige
itrui-tures 111 ut the latter will ne
the roml from ili'struttlnn
III sertlolm where the Hood tends to
M'iimkI out. n wide herm on enrh sltle
of the routlnuy tiuiUet n siilixtnntliil
pri'tei 'Inn The burro tit nrovlilei
Water-Soaked Roadway n Nevada.
mnterlnl for the enihanl.ment unil
serves ss a tlherslon tlruln. Some-
times a short concrete dip Is usetl for
the purpose of pnsslng the wnter over
the road In n (ompiirntlvely wide ninl
shallow (low Instcnd of umjer It. A
dip Is simply 11 pmemeut extending
the full w tilth of the rondwiiy nud
protected ut ench edge nguliist under.
mining hy a cut-off wnll extending 1H
Inches below the bottom of the pave-
ment. Instead of attempting to build
up a grade for this pnvemeut so us
to rslse It nhove the flood w liter the
dip follows the grade of the wnsh mid
the wnter pnsics over It In time of
flood. Where the deltas nre so wide
anil the country o undeveloped lit to
make the cost of a concrete dip exces-
sive the dips nre surfacetl with gnu-
el ii nd the downstream edge Is protect
ed by n concrete cut-off wall. In con
nectlou with there drainage dips h V
shnped system of dikes unit ditches Is
used converging toward the roml If
It Is desired to lend the flow from two
or more washes to n single dip unit
diverging toward the roml when It Is
better to split the How of u single
stream to more than one dip.
WOMEN FAVOR BETTER ROADS
Tewnesnd Bill Endorsed by Oenersl
Fedsrstlon of Women's Cluba
at 8alt Lake Meeting.
Evidence of the widespread Inter"
est In good highways was shown at
the recent meeting of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs nt Salt
Luke City. In endorsing the Town-
send hill for national highways mm
before congress Mrs. John Dlckluiov
Shertunu of Chicago chairman of the
department of applied education suld;
"It Is not necessary for us to point
out the real Interest of American
women In highway mutters. The In-
fluenco of renl hlghwnys on country
life on ceonomlts on education Is now
generally understood What Is needed
Is n national highway policy which will
consent' government funds ami
through concentration of federal
money on innlii hlghwujs will glte
us ii conneeteii sjstem nt the earliest
moment nud the lenst expense."
GOOD ROADS REDUCE PRICES
Poor Transportation Facilities Help
Keep Up High Cost of Llv.
Ing In Dig Cities.
One of the t-olutlons of the high
cost of llvlig prohltiu lies In gtxid
roads. Poor transportation facilities
form a strong factor In keeping price-i
up With a sjati'in of well puved na-
tional hlghwnjs transportation coiull-
tloiin would lie Improved to such mi
extent that the C"M mid time of bring-
ing food mid inerchMidlse to the con-
sutuer would be materially cut.
Bay 6tste Auto Law.
In a campaign to miiku the roads
of Massachusetts safe and comfort-
able for night driving automobiles
from other states must have proper
light equipment devices approved
In Hint state before they lire nllowed
within the ll-ulta or the common.
Profitable Roadside Markets.
Itondstde markets have lit Iped more
than one farm family living on a much-
traveled state highway to add u neal
I little sum to Its bauk account.
Watch Your Kidneys !
That "bud hick" la proluihly due to
weak kidneys. It r.lio in s dull
throbbing Kicksclie or rhnni twingra
nhrn attKiping. You have hcntlnchc'
too dlrzy pelln s tired ncrvoua feeb
iiift ami irregular kidney nction Dun't
neglect it there in danger of drtipny
grnrl nr llright'n dirnr-el tVc Joan's
h'Ullli'U l'llh. TImiIimiiiU lliHf auvt-d
theniaeltra more rcriiiua silmrntk by
the tiim-ly ore of Doan't. Atk your
An Oklahoma Case
mnililiilst 110 K.
ea Okla Hia
"I nut ilnwn with
k I il n y trotilile
n n tl in y hack
ncht'il pn h.ullv I
Sm IK h 11 lUjr Uli
7 f rum o r k I
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C Il.i.I ... I .. nw
'HIII Kl IIU II'IIVI
ninl etcry inovo
.ly kulneys illtln't
net right no I
titi! Itiuiti'M Kht.
ney rills nml they intxr me rrllet My
klune h hiitviri trotihteil m slncu.
Cat Doan'a at Anr Store GOe a Dot
FOSTER.MILBUKN CO. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Nujol is a lubricant
not a luxulivc.
Without forcing or irrN
lutinj" Nujol softens the
food waste The many
tiny muscles in the
intestines can then re
move it regularly. Ab-
solutely hat .iilcss-try it.
WHEN THEY ASKED
She Just plneed some roots and herbs In
hot water and made the tea which hue
made her known nil over the world. We
have rnrnhlneil her knowleitKe at nature
with the present-day methods of sclcntlllo
manufacture and produced the original
LIVER inl STOMACH
Beware of Imitation I
None genuine without the
picture of Grandma Park
It will absolutely relieve ronstlpaUon
IntllKestlon heart-burn bad breath eltk
henduche or any other weakness due to
disorders of the stomach and I'.vrr. Don't
consult anyone a look at your tongue
will tell of Your condition. If vour tnnmin
I Is covered with n thick yellow coat your
Illvv and atomnch should bo given Instant
attention. nilANDMA'B I.IVnil AND
BTOMACIt TKA relieves this condition.
Ten full doses to a package. At nit drug
Till- violent paroxysms of coughing
soon eased by Dr. King's New
Discovery. Fifty years a standard
remedy for colds. Children like it.
No harmful drugs. All druggists 60c
For Colds and Coughs
Make llowelt Normal Nature's
way is the way of Dr. King's Pills
gently and firmly regulating the bowels
eliminating the intestine clogging
wjr-te. At all druggists 25c
D PROMPT! WON'T GRIPE
Let Cuticura Be
Your Beauty Doctor
Setp 2Sc Ointaeet 25 sad 50e Tslcaa 25c.
Drops of Water In Fog.
A dense fog contain un.v where
from "O.lkkJ to a million drnpletH tier
cubic Inch iiccordlng to the size of
The charm of n bathroom Is Its spot
lesstiess Hy the use of lied Cross Hall
lllue nil cloths nnd towels retain their
whiteness until worn out A'dvcrtlso-
men'. (leiierully speaking thu nature of
nn outh Is mosll) human nature.
Kvcn the worm will lurn-
I tit o n butter My.
DtntDIAF N'afbt aail Moralarf.
Lvilr H Strong Htmkky
ilaTf y- u iht Tire.Itch
lea fewJ Smart or Burn. If Sort
XtitimCteC. IrriUted. Inflamed or
TDUH tYtO Grsnulated.useMurioa
often loolaeat Ralreskes. Saf fat
Infantor Adult At all Druggists Write fot
Free Eye Book. Bsrsw ItKaaWtC.Csisat
aaV.w. -L. raw .a-r
I II .rjf l-ilM1 M I
COLONIAL DESIGN ATTRACTIVE
Architects Too Often However Do
Not Apply Its Details
Tin1 uvernge Iioiim' of Colonial de-
sign however uttruitlve tuny be Its
gem-nil eiiKemhle of graceful form
t-oii'.lstent detnll nml pleasing color
Is us r. rule not plctureUf : that
Is according to the common conception
of a teim width Implies more than n
modicum of Individuality mid Informal-
ity. Indeed In the design of the ma-
jority of new Colonial hoifes the key-
note Is almost Imnrlnlilj it ritther rigid
foriniilllv and fonunlltj Is never the
Ideal fiiiiiithitlou upon which to rear
it ih.tiirestuu mipt'i structure
Tlie low. ruinbllng Kngllsh country-hoii'-es
the stet-p-ruofed turreled
rrench ehiiteiiux the t-hnructerlstle
chalets of Swit7erhilid nnd the low-
roofetl homes of Duly have usually
mi liiiletlmihle element of pleturt'MUe-ne.-M
uiiilouhtedly uttrlhutahle In large
inciiHiire to their pronounced Infor-
mality of t'ompoiltlun lis wi-ll us to u
perfect iidiiptnhlllty to their respective
locutions. Countless Aliieilciili hotiies
lire of course also plcturesiiiw; never
thoh'Ks I ho itveriigu American house
to which the ossesslon of plcturesiiui!
iunlltles may truthfully be ascribed
Is us a rule a replica nfer some
foielgn prototjpe ruther than an out-
growth of that Colonial itt.vle which
Is perhaps our most uutlunullstlc
phase of nrchltectuie.
The only apparent reason for this
phenomenon must lie suiely In u lack
of courage on the part of the archi-
tectural profession to apply the tic-
lulls of Colonial precedent to other
than a house of .s.vminetrlcnl plan. It
cannot he due to any hick of Inspira-
tion In the ninny beautiful exumples
of early Colonial work which still
In the early days of l'cnusvlvunln
a snug little stone homestead wits
built by u sturdy pioneer In it bit of
n clearing not far distant from now
wldely-fiitueil Volley Forge I'robitbly
even though he built his home with
strength of construction uppermost In
mind that pioneer was Impelled more
by thoughts of contemporaneous se-
curity than hy any altruistic considera-
tion for a coming generation. Whatever
the builder's motive his humble farm-
house was destlnetl to wlthsand the
vicissitudes of n century nnd more
nnd eventually to become the nucleus
of the Imposing structure which now
adorns an nttrnctlve country estate
In one of l.'lilladelplila's most aristo-
cratic suburban communities. Charles
Vutighti llo.vd In tbf! House Ileaullful.
MAKING NEXT YEAR'S LAWN
Rxeept In the Northern Tier of States
Autumn Seeding Is Most Sat-
Next yenr's lawn depends In grent
jhcitsure upon this autumn's making.
Kxcept perhaps In the northern tier
of states nnd New lCiigland early nu-
tumii seeding Is much more satisfac-
tory than spring seeding. South of
New York and New Knglnnd stutes
spring seeding should rarely If ever
be practiced say specialists of the
t.'n I ted States Department of Agricul-
ture. Young grass they say does not stool
well In the spring and summer nnd Is
not sufficiently aggressive to combat
crab grass mid other summer nlimiul
After the preliminary preparation
which Involves the thorough working
of the soil the surface of the urea
to be seeded should he thorougly fined
with n rnke or stmilnr Implement
nnd bone meal should he applied nt
the rnte of about IX) pounds to a thou-
sand square feet. The bone meal Is
of much hetietlt to young grass since
It nsslsts It In making sufficient growth
to pns the llrst winter In good condi-
tion The main point to be observed
In seeding Is to sow the seed evenly
nud to cover uniformly but lightly.
The covering run he done on a small
area with nu ordinary garden rnke
or on a large nreu with n weeder
Light rolling after covering Is fre-
Care of Hole Bushes.
Climbing roses that are npt to be
badly winter-killed should be carefully
taken down from their supports the
tops tied together laid along thu
giountl next the porch or vvull and
covered with litter or manure. In
early spring they can be tied up ngnln
to their supports mid vou will have
the benefit of nil the flowers.
Single specimen hybrid roses sim-
ply need manure around the roots. If
they nre hardy do not tie them up
with straw for If the winter Is moist
nud warm they will start to put forth
new growth at the top and when tur
covered In the spring will be so soft
that the slightest frost will do litem la-
Jury. Tender nnd over-hloonilng roses
growing In beds should have the
ground covered six Inches In depth
with good stable manure. This will
protect them although they are near-
ly ulwnys frozen down to the top of
the manure. In the spring tnke the
tuanure awny from them us soon ni
the danger from frost Is over and cut
them back to the green wood. They
will be all the better for the pruning.
Airs. Tnnsscn'R experience of Interest to childless wives.
Millston Wis. " I want to give you a word of praise for your wonderful
medicine. We are fond of children nnd for a considerable time after we
were married I feared I would not have any. I began taking Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound and It strengthened mo sol now have a nice
strong healthy baby girl 1 suffered very little at childbirth and 1 give all
the credit to your medicine and shall always recommend It highly Mrs.
H. 11. Janssun Millston Wis.
Mrs. Held of Mnrlnotw Wis. adds her testimonial for Ljdln. K.
riiikhntn's Vegetable Compound. Slio srtys:
Marinette Wis. "I was in a nervous condition and very Irregular. My
doctor advised an operation. My husband brought mi ine of your booklets
and asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It overcame
my weakness so that I now have a healthy baby girl after having been mar-
ried nlno years. I am glad to recommend your medicine nnd you may use my
letter as a testimonial." Mrs. H. B. Held 330 Jefferson St. Marinette Wis.
There nre many many such homea'that were once childless and are now
blessed with healthy happy children Because Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound hai restored tlio mother to a strong nnd healthy condition as It
acts as a natural restorative for ailments as indicated by backache irregu-
larities displacements weakness and nervousness.
Women everywhere should remember that most of the commoner allmenta
of women are not the surgical ones they are not caused by serious displace-
ments or growths although the symptoms may be the same and that Is why
so many apparently serious allmenta readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound as it acts as a natural restorative. It can be taken
with perfect safety and often prevents serious troubles.
Therefore If you know of any woman who Is suffering and has been unable
to secure relief and is regretfully looking forward to a childless old age ask
her to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as It has brought health
and happiness Into so many homes once darkened by Illness and despair.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Tcxt-Ilook upon "Ailment
Peculiar to Wotntin " will be sent to you f rco upon request. Write
to.Tlic Liydla K Plnkham Medicine Co. Lynn Massachusetts.
Thin book contains valuable Information.
"What Is Ilentham's credit rntlngT"
"8o low ho enn't even get it buttery
charged." Wayside Tales.
Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer."
WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets
you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earaclw Lumbago Pain Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Haadr tin botes ef 11 tablets Bottles cl 14 aad 100 All drussjista.
T.S a SBav efar StaaaaaetstS at ateae.eeUeartae.lai t SauefUaeefc
a Pleasing Sound
Altoona Pa. "I am writ-
ing to tell you what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound has done for me. We
had six children die nlmnst ut
birth. From one hour to nine-
teen days Is all they have
lived. Before my next one
was born I took a dozen bot-
tles of your Vegetable Com-
pound nnd I can say that it Is
the greatest medicine on
earth for this baby is now
four months old and
healthier baby you would not
want. I am sending you a
picture of her. Everybody
says 'That Is a very healthy
looking baby.' You have my
consent to show these few
lines to anybody." Mrs
C. W. BF.NZ 131 3rd Avenue
For All The Ills
of All The Family
Every standard dnij; or medicine
every kind of special preparation
that hafl proved offectivo; every
kind of health accessory needed
by the average peraon may be
had at your drug store or general
store in a"V.v"'hrand. V.V."
means Freshness (strength and
Ouality-theUest. Insist on" V.
V." medicines and accessories.
VanVleet-Mansfield Drug Co.
Samlh't Largttt Wholtttli DrugQltu
"Hope springs eternal." "Yes It'a
pretty hard to convince people thero'aV
no market for poetry."
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