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THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Tour little one will lovo the "fruity"
taste of "California llg Sirup" evcu If
constipated, bilious, Irritable, fecr!sli,
or full of col J. A tenpnotiful never
falls to demise the IIvt nnil bowels.
In a few hours jou can see for jour
flelf how thoroughly It worlts all (he
four bile, nml undigested food out of
the bowels and jou hne n well, play-
rui ciiiiti again, i
Millions of mothers keep "California '
Pig S.vnip" handy. They know a ten
.poonful today tiives n sick child to. I
morrow. Als our druggist for genu-'
Ine "Cullfornln l'lg Syrup," which Inn
directions for babies and children of i
nil apes printed on bottle. Mother 1 I
you must say "rnilfurnln" or nu may
get nn Imitation lis hj up. Advertise
ment. If line could but swallow bis words
In time, be would never 1iiiu to cut
Health Brings Beauty
Emjr Woman Should Rtad This
Ijankrtnn. Ala. "I had been down
With trotitile. of n feminine clnrnctir for
a good many curs. I took mcdicimi from
different doctors, but It did not do ma
any Rood. Tbcii 1 litanl of Dr. Purees
J nvonte Prescription n.vl 1 ordered somo
of .ins incdirmc. J look u dollars'
worth of It and I would not tnko inly
for tho Rood it did me. I surely can prauo
Dr. Pierce's I'nvonto Prescription. I
don t intend to be without it in my homo
its long ns 1 can Ret it. I would adv ie
every woman that Is bothered with
trouble from which wt ' en Buffer, to tto
tins Prescription." Mrs. Williamson,
(il-l this Pl-f-ai-rinllMn rt H Ttirnn t
tablets or liquid and see bow quickly Jou
win nave cpaming eyes, a clear skin anil
I'ltll Vlamr ..I..1.I. tl'... T 1- II t.
liivnliiU' lliil i.. li..rri.. v x ..r
v. in wuuuiu, ii, ., lur ireu i
lucduul advice. I
MnMng art work pny Is n work of Vires
Ale jou u go getter, or u goal gel-tei?
Thcie Is nothing more Kiitlsfnctory
lifter n day of bard work than n line
full of now.v white (lollies. Tor such
results ue lied Cross Hull liltie. Ad
mid c:irelessiie.s are good
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Nevcr say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer."
WARNING! Unless you sec name "Bayer" on tablets,
you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
'physicians over 21 years ami proved safe by milions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy tin We of 12 (aMctn Ilottlra of 24 and 100 All druccliiU.
AiplrU U tli trtl mark of liijrr lltDuftiurt ot lipmltddf.itr of Pn-rll"rM
It Was a Fine Stream.
A New Hampshire mull bad Ids
estate up for Mile mid a prospective
piii'ihuxer bad been InokliiR over It.
"I Hud ever.vtblui; Jut us jihi iidver
tNed, be uported; '"Unit Is, nil except
.the line stream )ou mentiniinl."
"It runs ihroimh the plei of woods
ut the end ot the meiulow," tin owner
"What! that Utile brook? Why, It
doesn't hold liimh more than u spoon
ful. You don't mil that u line slieam,
lo you J"
"Well, If It vvns nun li liner vou
couldn't see It ut all," said the owner
Mnnilly. Ho-ton Transcript.
Elaborate Carving by Monks.
A wood enrvliik' desirlptlve of the
life of Christ, on wblih live monks
worked for 15 yearn, Is now on exhi
bition In New York. The carvlni;,
xiilued at $rjr,(NN). vvns biiiuubt to the
Btutes by Tiither (iermiiuos Aj.eltcs,
one of the monks who made It In the
monastery of the llrotberhood of Nlu
demus, ut Mount Athos, Miiiedoiiln.
The composition Is US Inches hlcti and
'it huhes wide, nml Includes a bun
dled figures in hlRb nml low lellef.
The Cfiitrnl lluure Is "The Last .IiiiIr
riieut," ieirodueluR In wood the detail
of Mlihael AiiroIo's famous puliitlni;.
KNEW HOLY LANU litUuriMrHf
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
blmlJor truublc nn ncer BUfprct it. I
nothing cIjc but kidney troubl, or thr
-.!. .. i li.l..... - li. If
"uii hi Kiuiirv- ur iiiatiucr uitiMo.
If tlin LlltriKia !. tinf Im a l...l.l.u
combtinn, they mvy cmo the other or
jiui iu net nine oisrnfea.
P.lln ill till Inrlc. Ii.nilnxl.. IA.. .f
. -' iiivin, iu-i ui nina
oltlon, nervnums, nro often tlmrs njinp-
wmi ui niiiui' irounie.
Dnn't drhy ,lrtlnK treitmcnt. Dr.
Kilmers SnnnnUnot, n plivnichn'a pre
crintion, obtained at any druc nlore, may
be jnl the remedy needed to overcome
!rt a iik ilium or Inrce ire bott'e Im
nie.lntcl) from any dniR store
II wever, If oii wi.h nMt to tet this
pr it pie.iratlon send ten euita to lr.
lvihner .v. Co, llinghnmtoii, N Y., for
nlllllle lint In U'li.n ,.r;il.,.. l i
., "ii.iiik ui- fuiu nnu
mention tint papcr.-Advortlnemcnt.
Hon Pnpii, wh.it nre cosmetics?
1 iiihi-r t'osmetles, ni son, are
pi .lib pieserves l'.i'liiiiii:e.
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I 6 BCLLANS
LJte&-igj Hot wafer
tmXzZB Sure Relief
25$ and 754 Packages. Evcrywhete
OAWwiiWnu -Cout it ii, Atrrju -
Camoeni' Garden In Macao.
She Once jou lulled mo the llcht
of your life,
lie You uo out too nnu li.
Insurance Man Could Do More Than
Guess at the Birthplace of
An liiMiriimo mini of luillntiupolls,
who Is also n Illbllenl student, vvns
leci'iill) miiklliK' bis usual weekly
(nils In Irvliiutiiu, nml stopped ut u
resldeiKU to luiulle of the youm;
Momaii ut the door uboiit the 'ilrtb
pluee of her mother.
She said Unit It vvns tlio same
mime of a town mentioned In thu
"Wiik It Jernsiilem?" he asked.
"No, but I am sure It vvns u town
near there," she snld.
"Well, then," the man repl'ed, "It
must have beiu Antloi li.H
So In the eveullu; when the mother
returned borne from a social function
the diiuuhter lelated the conversation
llinl had taken pbice when the In
Kurunce man called.
"It seems strunce," said the moth
er, "but be was ilylit. I was Ixirn hi
ii little town In Ohio by the name of
Aiitlnili, nud nearby was another vll
lime lulled Jerusalem." ludliimipolls
That man who could luke It or mvo
It alone mm leaves It uloue without
Oiie-bulf of our (ItlreiiH who tiro
ellulble voteis fail to vote
What Kind of a Day
Do You Wish Yourself?
Suppose you could make a wish nt the
trenJcfust table nnd finally have tho wish come
true. Would you say,
"1 want this to be a Rood day," 01 "I am
willing for this day to drag along?"
If you keep on wishing your days with the
food you eat, finally the wish is likely to come
Grape-Nuts helps your wish for a good day.
Nothing miraculous; just the natural result from
right food with the right taste.
There Is a charm of flavor and crispneM
in Grape-Nuts thnt Is like the smile of a good
friend at the breakfast tabic
And Grape-Nuts, with cream or milk (fresh
or tinned), is fully nourishing feeding tho tissues
and glands, the bone and blood, with just those
elements which Nature requires building
strength without any "heaviness."
Grape-Nuts is the perfected goodness of
wheat and malted barley, scientifically developed
ready to eat from the package. A Grape-Nuts
breakfast or lunch is a practical wish for good luck.
"There's a Reason"
Sold by all grocers
(l'ipitrd h- IhK Nsllnnil (Itocrnphte Sj
ctrty, WolilnKlnn. I) 0 )
Two bills strcKlilut; to the sen so
as to form a (harmliiK 1'ii.v, mid be
tun'ii them im undent, half Sp.inMi,
wholly snutbern city ; lis roofs tufted
with verdure, rising one above iiuolh
er on ten need slopes; Its houses with
their oIko itixy tints all faded, luiskliu;
In peaceful decrepitude In a sunshine
like that of .Tune; thu town fast
iifdccp; the hnrbor slltliu, up; the
walls criimblliiK; the lion Knifings
rustlnc; tho pnvcnuiits turning kivcii;
the Kablus iioddliiK like old Rruy heads,
tired of listening to the sumo old sto
riessuch Is Mac , the Par l'astern
outpost of the IWtilKtlfso traders of
the Sixteenth century, the Monte Cur
io of the Orient, and one of l'ortiu,'nl'8
few reluulnlni; possessions In l'aclllc
Mncno Is sltunted on the west Mile
of the l'earl river. Port) miles across
Is UoiiKkoin;; elKbty-eli;ht miles to the
north lies Cnnton, sent of the South
China Koveniuitlit. Mncno was found
ed In 1K17. I'rlor to 1M7 there nH
pear.s to hnvu been no diwuinentary
t;iiiii:iit.i; u& a tijiiiuii v.-iiiiii 111 iiu-i
territory, thu 1'ortUKuesu cliiluiliiK,
lioivever, tnnt tney received it us n
reward for destroying the horde of
Mongolian pirates that hurried the
southern const of Cblnn ; nml the re-
, mains of the old barrier across the
, narrow neck of land separating the
peninsular town from the rest of the
, Island of Heuiig Chan, nnd once guard-
I isl by Chinese soldiers, gave color to
the Portuguese cliilm. However, all
doubts were laid to rest In 1SS7 when
formal (esslon was miido by China to
Macao's Rise and Fall.
So marvelous was the grow Ih nud
prosperity of uds Portuguese settle,
incut In Its youth thnt It excited the
envy of the early Dutch traders who
In Hi attempted Its compicst. 'J be
spot where the Hutili leader was
killed by u round shot from Moe e
fort, which wrote llnls to (but nt
tempt, Is now murlicd by n monument.
Mucin continued to be n nourishing
mart up to 1811, the ltrltlFli Hast In
dia company nnd the lhitili company
meanwhile obtaining a foothold there.
The Itrltlsh free trade propaganda of
the "I'ortles" excited u demand for a
fne port ut Mucao, to which the Por
tuguese demurred. (I rent ltrltaln then
i secured thu Hongkong concession,
, Hindu that n free port In IS 1.1, and
. the decline of Mucao as mi entrepot
' dntes from that year.
I Not only Is Miuito the site of the
first Huropean claim madu on Chinese
soil, but It bus cultural ties with Mil
rope closer knit tbuii the political re
lationships of controverted ureas to
the north. It contains the oldest ruin
In China Unit Is associated with Eu
rope, nnd thu tnmurlnd mid banyan
shade the gardens where the Por
tuguese Chauser, Cnmoens, composed
half of the t.uslnds, celibrallng the
discoveries of the Portuguese explor
ers who opened up for the West the
secrets of the Knot. It Is one of the
half-dozen of the world's great epics.
Camoens' Place of Exile.
I(uls du Ciimocus, thu slur of I.usl
tiinlnii poetry, hcoimc enamored of
Cutharliia d'Atayiida, lady-lii-honiir to
Queen Catluirlna of Portugal, which
so enraged thu king that be luiuNicil
thu poet to Mucao, uboiit 1,107, wheie
he remained for live years us iidinlu
Islrutor of the effects of deeensed per
sons il melutidioly olllcu for n poet
mid lover, ltetiirnlng In 1571.', his ves
sel was wrecked, his small savings
weru lost, but the poem wblih lies
been translated Into every civilized
language was saved to an appreciative
posterity. A monument to Cumouis
mnrUs the spot In the grotto where b3
composed his noble epic.
Macao bus snoozed peacefully nwny
on Its Island In late yeurs while con
troversies huvu raged around thu hand
ful of other foreign holdings on the
Chinese coast. Hut recently the gov
ernment of Southern Clilna is reported
to have demanded that there Im a
"cleanup'' In thu city, a procedure,
which If carried out would entail rec
ognition of thu Southern China govern
ment us well as acceptance of Its right
to rule In vvhut bus long been consid
ered Portuguese territory.
Onto In Mncno the truveler may re
main to contemplate an out-of-tho
wny Bhrliit of European history. But
llnbv's little dresses will Just simply
1I1177I0 If Ited Cross Hull lllue Is used
In the laundry. Try It nnd see for your
self, At nil good grocers. Advertisement.
An nil du.v rain cull make a blue
Sunday blue blink.
Sup 25c, Oi.t.tt 25 u. 50c, Tslcaa25c.
nuuer uses wiinoui question
II MUNTM OUAHANTKKD
SKIN IHAKASU DlfMlflllvs
tllunt'i Halve and Sop),la!l Ini
the Iff atmrnl odlch, Kcim,'
ititf kln(tl..a..a Ti. Itla.. I
mrnlstourrlik Sold br all it Habit diut flats.
A II. Klchardt MtdlclneCa.Shttman.Ttiaa
W. N. U., Oklahom City, No. 61-1921.
thnt Is not why most folk board the
dull) boat from Hongkong to go then'.
It Is n summer resort for the Canton
eso because of Its exposure to the
tooling monsoons In mid summer.
Opium smuggler and gamlileis, In re
cent years, have loomed largo iiibxii
Its transients. Pormcrlv the Chinese
coolie trallle also bad n hendipiiirtcrs
here. Within 11 century Its waters inii.v
have warranted the t burnt tcrlzutlon
of one traveler who (idled them "the
most dangerous wuters of the world
from 11 police standpoint," and added
"a river trip Is spked villh the rink
of piratical attack."
Revenues From Gambling.
The Ideas of Henry (ienrgo nud oth
er tux theorists have found it niggard
soil InjMacno, whose llscul policy Is
biipllcltyliclf. Poo chcu and fan
tan provldetlio revenues of the clt).
It has hi en Mild that half the minted
pieces of the Pnr Hast tliiil their way
sooner or Inter to the gambling boards
of Macao, and the old lllx dollar, the
Mexican peso, nnd the AmerUuii dlniu
are clinked upon the tables of the
Jetinesso doree, r the 'rickshaw
coolies and harbor . 11 1 IT of the town,
while a dully lto 1 men, women ami
dollars crosses the estuary from Hong
kong to Macao and pours Into the
hells of the Host do Jogo, or gambling
Pan-tun Is the favorite game, but It
Is nothing like the card game of that
mime known to Ameilcuns. The Chi
nt'su croupiers sit enthroned before 11
sipiare marked nt the corners with
the numbers 1, 'J, II nud I. The banker
reclines behind a grating, smoking 11
long pipe. Overhead Is a gallery run
ning nil around the room nud forming
11 sort of celling, pierced only by 11
bole the size of the table. I'lom this
gallery the bets are made, ami the
stakes nre alternately let flow 11 and
drawn up, accompanied by the sound
of drawling minstrelsy.
The (loupler Hikes it handful of
small coins nml covers them with 11
reversed bowl, while money Is laid
011 one of the four numbers. When
the betting bus consul he lifts the
bowl and separates the coins with his
wand. Then he counts them by fours,
nud the remainder, or the lust four.
If there be no remainder, represents
the w lulling number. Kadi htmird Is
11 one-lo-tliree vvnger, and the bunks
pay on tint basis, after deducting the
house percentage. A number of these
licensed gambling ileus, graded aciord
lug to the limit of vvnger allowed, pny
tho revenues of the city of Mncno.
Attractive to Travelers
Present day Mncno Is not marred
for the casual truveler by either Its
(lair for Ian-tun or Its tlnlvlng trado
lu opium. 'I he latter Is shipped away
to vvriuk Its huvoe; the former brings
the bizarre and the adventurous, The
city of today Is one of the few Pnr
Knsiern ioat towns wlikli have not
been caught In the resistless current
of (omiuercliil progress, and for that
reason It presents some luteiestlng
studies to lovers of the picturesque.
He who binds from 11 steamer Is
captivated by Its bleud of Poituguese
nud CilnoM people, by pagoda and
western (liurili, and when the sum
mons of hunger leads him to 11 hotel
thnt has been inllril the (leanest nml
most beautifully sltiuitisl In the Or
ient, tho contrast iorslsls. He may
order the famous Portugue-e cilares
wllli his yellow witter chestnut pasties,
nnd chtsist! either ultra-tircldental
giime dinners or pudding of coagulated
duck's blond nml sugiir-preservetl bam
boo shoots. There are but 1,000 Por
tuguese resltb ut there, hut they lep
tescnt 11 four-century Impress that
their nutlnnnllly has made upon thu
total population of about 7.1,000,
After dinner the visitor may stroll
nlong the I'raja (Inutile, both the
Ilroailvvny nnd tho Hlversldu drive of
Mucao. Having shopped and slummed,
ho llnally will bo tetl to catch thu
deeper romance of tho city In the
grotto where the poets have enrved
lines of praise, to the one eyed soldier
poet who wrote the glory of farthest
West r.uropo on an Island of nearly
farthest Kast China.
$m mm v '
"Mill Lily White will plcaie stand up)"
Dut Phoebe upward wriggled:
"I'm Lily White with Faultless Starch' 1
A I .11 it- D..--I. -! l-J 3
nuu an uic i u)hm giggicu
" it- .'" s' 'i.vVi1'' M
offtri to home srkers oiiportunhlca that cannot
be arcured tlwwhrre. The thousand! ol (armtra
from the Unitrd Slates who have accepted Can
ada'a aenrroua ol.er to settle on FHEti hotnatead
or bur (arm land In t.er provinces have been well
repaid by bountiful crops. There is still avail
able on caar terms
FrtlU Lariat $IB USIOmAk
land elmilar to that which through many years
baa yielded from 20 to 45 buabelaol wheat
to the acre oate, barley and flax aim In areat
abundance, while raising horse, r title, sheep
and hoaslsequallyprohtable. Hundreds ol (arm
era In western Canada have ratted ct-p; in a
single season worth more than the whole cost of
their land. With auch success coives prosperity.
Independence, sood homes snd au the comforts
and conveniences which make I lie worth living.
Farm Gardens. Poultry, Dairying
are sourcea of Income second only to grain
growing and stock rsbinit. Attractive Cli
mate, good neighbors, churches; schools,
good maikets, raUroad facillUes, rural tele
I or llloatratnl IHtalora, mat. oWrlrtlon of fane
porinnniM in aiannona. Haataiftwwaii,
ltrta ami llrillah LolimiLu.riiuead
rauwaj rataa, im, wriM
r. h. Hewitt
201: Ntla SI., Kansas Clt. Mo.
AuOwrlied atM. Beat, et lannlerall
ana Celanlaatlan, 0mlnlii at CanaSa
Over tlircc-nnortera of A
century nno' V.V."lraud
medicines wcro tint on tho
mnrkct. martini; in a
Btnnll way, they nro now
Bold in enormous quanti
ties. Fresh drnus slat
diird strength medicines
ctl tho enitill ueorn into n
miKhty onk. " V. V."
lirntnb cover nil fninlly
medicines nnd drug acces
sories. Insist 011 this
label at your dealer.
Van Vleet-Mansfleld Drug Co
Tht South' Larptit WholmoU
MtrapbU, Tanau ZA
H. C. L. Pinches King Qaorgt.
Owing to Incrcnsed expenses, King
George tins found It necessary during
the past few years to supplement the
Income he receives from the state out
ot his prlvato resource,
What to Take for
Take n croorl dose of Carter! little Uvcr
then taKe & or a lor a lew nigms aner.
You will relish your meals without (ear of trouble to
follow. Millions of all ages take them for Blllouaneae,
DlnlncM.Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
Pimply, Blotchy Skin. Thty tnJ A misery oComUpathn.
CHILL TONIC w
Not Only For Chills, Fever and Malaria
BUT A FINE GENERAL TONIC
WaaUaralSiaastll.aaaaiaiajaSaO..taaliiail !. '