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THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION
I 6 Bell-ans
254 and 75 Packages. Everywhere
Ttte Intcstlnei licnd anil
tvvi.t and (urn on them
selves more than tlilrly
feet of them anil when
food watte clogs them up,
Irritating nnil dangerous
poisons are formed ami
carried by the blood
thrcuif.li the tyitcm
Remove till food wane
regularly with Nujol the
modem method of treat
Ins an old complaint
If you arc troubled with pains or
aches; feci tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pas
sage of urine, you will find relief in
Tha world's standard rerredy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add troubles and
National Remedy of Holland sine 1696.
Three sizes, all druggicls.
Look for tha nam Gold Medal on a? try fcoa
and accept no Imitation
"that good kind"
On il and you
will know why
LUNGARDIA is "without a
rival" in ordinary or dccp-seatcd
Coughs and Colds, difficult breathing,
and for the relief of Whooping Cough.
The wonderful results following its
use will astonish you and make you
its life-long friend. Your money
back if you have ever used its equal.
Danger lurks where there is a Cough
or Cold. Conquer It quickly with
LUNGARDIA. Safe for all ages. COc
and $1.20 per bottle. Manufactured
by Lungardla Co., Dallas, Texas.
For sale by your favorite druggist
one y back w.inoui qurti.ou
If HUNT'S OUARAHTKHJ
I SKIN DISEASE KKMItmi-S
(llunl'tBitvtand Soap), fall In
the treatment ot llcli, I'.ciema,
Rlnrworm.Teller or other Iteli
ment at our rlik Sold lr all reliable drueelita.
A. II. Klcharde Medicine Co, Sherman, 1 eaai
The Height of Deception.
"Why were jwi not susfdcloiis or
that thief who grabbed a tray of dia
monds mid darted out of (he thir5"
"He disarmed Hiisplilou," said (he
Me kf.d he wanted to look at some
t.if'i,-iii"iit rings, and the fidlow ncted
tlit (W. so well he actllull.v stammered
mid turned red." Hlrinlughiim Age
Herald. Lost a Sale.
"I want." said the very philn girl,
"n hook entitled '(.'ulllvale Your Nat
"Here It Is," said the clerk, who
wanted In he sociable. "Are joii pet
ting It for a friend?"
And the very plain girl put her purse
hack Into her hag and went right out.
Prom Urn llutitll Ledger, ridhidel
phlu. Tit for Tat.
Jnrk So you broke theeiigngement?
Tom Yes, hut not until after the
engagement broku me.
A man iuinentH Ids thoughtlessness
almost as much ns hu docs his sins.
Strongest rope Is ninth) o'f cotton.
Clsan rciaar HeoltrW
WrlsTrV fiM tya Cm SW. i t.CM
M Morninsi -wSm
RODENTS HARM FRUIT TREES
Meadow and Pine Mice Begin Work
of Destruction Early In New
ll'reriared ty Ilia Unlie.l Blntu Iitnrtinf nt
of AKrlcullure )
Undents In Now Pnglutid, chleily
meadow mid iln mice, Iiiimi begun
lliflr frult-tice work early this fir.
according to mi Investigation now be
ing conducted hy the lllologlcnl Sur
vey, United States Department tif
Agriculture, mid lire levying n heavy
'toll upon the orchards of Hint section.
More tlimi Jl.tmO.tiOO worth of fruit
tree, It Is estimated, were destrojeil
In New Kugluud nloue hy Held mho
during the winter of (HUH 'JO, mid
while Hid tlnmnge this winter limy not
measure up to tnnt reconl, uiipnreiitiy
It promises to lie heavy.
A representative of the depnrtinent
ha heen making mi extended trip
Apple Tree Injured by Meadow Mice.
throughout the section, cnnfeirlng with
extension sen Ice workers, Investigat
ing coiidlttous, mid placing In the
possession of local authorities the de
partment's suggestions for dialing '
with the tueniice. In Miilne, for In-1
' Malice, Jt has been found that next ,
I tu severe winter wenther, mice have ,
Inlllcted more dmiuiKe to orchards than
' tiny other agency. Ten years ago
there were, I 'iinlltiK to the census, '
i.oJI.T.TJ appie trees In Maine or
chards, while In lll'JO there were :i,:ii:,
filll, much of this decrease no douht
.,..., ... .,,.. ,,,..r ... .U..MO.
It ts eMlinatcl that llL'-fiiii) young I
trees were l.llhd by mice In Kill. In
I'ew Hampshire lake have given the
apple Industry a severe setback dur
ing the past decade. In MassachUM'tls, .
oichardlsts reported losses two jenrs j
ago from nilie totaling M'J.r.,ix), this
amount not covering the entire lo-s.
because some orchnrtllstn did not re
port. In one t 'ounce! lent orchard of
more than !loO acres damage by
rodents during the winter of Mill 20
Is conservatively placed at SIH.bOO. I
The mice, of these two varieties,
snip the bark from the trees above
ground and from their roots below the
surfuie. An mtlve campaign Is under j
way In many sections which. If con
tinned, will help i heck the rodents' dep
CARE FOR SPRAY MATERIALS
Fruit Growers bhould Guard Against
Injury by Freezing, Loss of
(Prepared tr lh t'nlted Slalea tnpartmnt
ut .Viniculture )
Most fruit glowers have Insecticides
left over because of the late freezes
Inst spring, which killed fruit buds In
the uihldh them belt. In muring
this for the w Inler, snjs the United
Kiates Department of Agrluultiiie. emu
should be taken to prevent these be
ing injured h) freezing, loss of inula
tuie by evaporation, etc. l.lipdd lime
sulphur should be stored where it will
not frcere and mre should be titktn
ti see that the barrel Is tight. ThH
la especially Important If the mate
rial Is stored In the house cellar, as
the smell of the stuff Is very dis
agreeable, liven under the best con
ditions this material If liable to de
teriorate, and should be tested before,
being used In the spring. Dry llnie
sulpliur will not be Injured, hut should
be stored In tight containers.
rowdered lend arsenate should bo
kept In n dry place. If hi l'H' '"
It should have water poured over
the top, and should be kept where It
will not frieze. With ull poisonous
Insecticides. It Is Important to place
them where neither children nor farw j
nnlmuls cun get at them.
SLOW GROWTH OF PEAR TREE
" . .. . a i.
If Qlven Same Treatment That Appl.
Receives It wouia not ur
It Is cnninoti to fee penr tnsM
which are of smaller size thnii apple
trees of the snme nge. A in-ar tree
forty jenrs old may still be rather
small. This Is ns It should be. for
If given the same generous treatment
tlmt tipple trees usually an- given.
Hie peur trees would grow too niphl
y nnd not only would not bear pal
tlcnhirly well but would be more like
ly t be killed by that enemy of ioar
trees Mre blight.
Those who gnu p"" N"01 '" n,u
crass so.1 seem to have letter success
thnii others ho do not allow the aoej
to grow around them.
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Artistic Decorations on Clothes
Give the Distinctive Touch
MANY CHANGES IN FASHIONS
New Ideas In the Construction of Ap.
parel Do Not Lie In Outline of
Garments Out In Unusual
Wherei er dress is discussed one
hears the assertion, "There Is nothing
new." To tliu cusunl uii-erver, unserves
u Paris fashion writer, there is little
that is new. I'rom a walk along a
fashionable thoroughfare one cat hem
the Impression that clothes are much
thi! same as they weiu last jour.
Hut the clo-e observer, the one who
really is Inteiested In the fashions Mil!
nee that there are changes ninny of
them and Hint thee changes are
cleier and subtle. They do not lie In
the outline of the garments, hut In
unusual trimmings. It reimlres much
less effort unil Ingenuity to brink' out
n silhouette that Is, attention attracting
than to evolve u beautiful and original
Today the clever dressmaker buys
only it small pcrccntii. of, her trim
minus leady made; sh -ales ileco
rations suituhle to the nn.uol she Is
ih '"nine, orten using nothing hut
!! mnlerlal from which thu dress
This is an old Idea, our grand
mothers deneiided largely uiioii ruf.
Mings, plcutlngs and Mutlngs to en-
nince thu beauty of their costumes,
and It Is from these old-time trim
ming Ideas that the present day self
trimming, as It Is called, emanates.
Trimmings of Self Material.
There was nothing artistic about
the evenly pleated or Muted rullles.
livery dtcsstnuker used them and
htitclied them to the dress with urent
exactness. Vastly dltTereiit are the
dellcntc hiiud-inade trlmmtiiKS of today,
' carelessly tacked here and there.
1 Dressmakers now excel hi Intricate
hmiil-iuude deisiratlous, most of which
I consist of uuiel wiijh of worklui; the
lunterlnls composing the dre-s. A
i crcnl deal of this sort of trlmmlui; Is
used, ami it k'Ues a look of ehihoratlon
to simply cut models. Sometimes It
fc , f(rm f iKUt fuli ww
. . . ,
In patterns to form panels on skirts
anil plastrons on bodices. Again It
takes the form of ge etrlcal pieces
sewn to the dress In u distinct pattern.
Another unusual form of trimming
consists of narrow tubs embroidered
In self-tone, mid still another Interest
lug effect is produced by sniull leafllke
points and narrow strips rut from two
hivcM of material pasted together.
This iniil.es It possible to Use the raw
Thee tabs and strlw are iiiiicd
to form u design. Sometimes the
edges aie Mulshed with a line of water
color paint, or again, there Is a tiny
metal bull, Usually steid. sewn to the
Colors Relieve Sombre-Hued Dresses.
The most lavish n ut of self-trim-tilings
Is Miiilme Hence, of I'nrls. She
The Black Suit Wltn inserts ot wmte
Fur In the Sleeves.
does uinm-hius tilings with mnterlals,
working nut Intricate designs In silks,
co,H 11(, vHmiIi
All example of one of the simpler
methods of trimming with strips of
the material Is In chemise frock. It
Is of lni.rron-colored crepe de chine
nilorii'.'d vvltii Interlacing strips of the
A dres from Margnlne Iicrolx,
with Innumerable strips of the cloth
form a ladder-like device. The trim-
mlng bunds nru made separately and
then luosely sewn to thu gown. The
girdle also Is constructed In this wny.
This frock is u confirmation of the
tendency to relieve dark clothes with
bright colors, the model being u black
broadcloth, with the cascading side
panels and the slcero tabs of Chines?
green silk, a shade which is one of
i . .
F afl9( V1 B JiBv
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fashion's favorites Just now. It not
only Is used extensively as u trlmuilni;,
hut takes a prominent plnce In foot
wear. .Slippers of Chlnixe crivit bio-
cade are smart with either hluck or
White eveulllK nouns.
Metal Cloth Sparkling With Color.
Jenny aihleies the unusual throuch
a scarf joke and a girdle of illk llow
rs, both of the material which forms
a stnilchl-llne dress. The scarf yoke
Is a feature with .Madame Jennj. She
makes It do many new tricks, such as
forming sleeves or a train. Ill this
luslauie It makes u panel back.
Shawls, which still hold their place
In the uu, frequently mo called upon
In do duty as trlmmlui;, and theie Is mi
doubt that I hey make one of the most
Mnrualuo I.ncmlx uses the shawl Idea
with excellent effect In n frock com
pnsed of sliver cloth and taupe satin.
The skirt, which is long mid uneven ut
the bottom, Is of the satin Tills is ut
tached to a straight hodhv of silver
cloth tinted with orange. These tinted
metal cloths, which are new this sea
son, are soft and supple. They also
come In all the violet shades, us well
as wonderful raspberry reds,
Here Is Illustrated the White Broad
Cloth Suit Trlmr-to With Black.
Over the shoulders falls u scarf of
the sntlii In shawl effect. This, as well
as the skirt. Is lined with ormigo col
ored silk, and one end of the sliuwl Is
frln fed with orange. The bodice Is em
broidered with steel heads and silver
threads. Slippers of orange and silver
brocade ure worn with this costume.
j Braids Enliven Furs and Frocks.
Among the many details that go to
I make up the winter fashions an- eu-
out designs of cloth appllipied to frocks
, of tiioor fabrics, l.aiivln uppllipies
I jrondcloth In Interesting bonier do-
I signs to the sheer. Mowing sleov.'s of
many of her frocks. I'Minlly she m--
lects cloth a few shades lighter I lull I
the gown Itself. This lilen s not new,
hilt, nevertheless, It Is much hi use.
There Is a penchant for sparkling
effi-cts In dress mid, conseipiently.
these cloth motifs often are covered
with n cut-work of steel heads, or
i-tnbrohlcred In glistening metallic
1 1' her glinting trimmings me the
braids that have the glistening white
iippearunce of hrlitht new silver. I'.ven
f'irs ure enlivened hv Inserts of such
hrnld. Perhups It Is the liking for
sIlMctilng oimituiiitntloti Hint bus
brought mnterluls shot with gold Into
so much prominence.
Foliage Trims Mld-Wlnter Dresses.
On hluck ilresc s'ar trimmings are
made 1 v glistening points of Jet, nnd
' simple black velvet gowns have sashe.
trains mid puuejs lined with silver nnd
i hrlghtl) tinted metal rloths. Im-rtisia-
thins of rlilneMnnes also are used on
black velvets, This comhlliatlon Is .-.
peclully I'opnlnr at the house of
Worth. One of Worth's best models
Is of hlnek velvet practically covered
with an IncriiHted pnttern of rhliie.
Leaves and Mowers nre very Import
tnnt irlmnilngs, cspeclnlly when un-d
lis t-lrdles. In ninny Inslnnrea they
are formed of ilnth or silk. A wreath
of realistic autumn leave, mnde from
wondrous shade of red and brown
silk Is extremely effective on a silk
frock In a soft shnde of green, Pink
lf.li lavender chr.vanthemuinr. glnlto
nn Informal evening gnwu of maiivo
eolereil creK. Very effective trim
tiling In the form of flowers or poni
jiors nre made of flnc fringe.
Tolors for the evening nre hrllllnnt.
There 1 many a woman with a liking
for bright color who. while unwilling
to mnke herself conplcuou hy vvenn
Ing them on the street, will he quick
tu take advantage of the prevailing
vogue for brlght-hued clothes In the
Particular emphn'l I laid on th"
fuchsia tche. thee ranging from the
deep blue and vtollnn shnde to tho
so light that they verge on piuk.
Many satin frock are combined with
laie II, some way or other to lend
daintiness to the outline.
aaan ' Hi
CHOICE BETWEEN TWO LOVES
Can One Wonder That M.ilvlna Tur-
ttedove Hesitated When It Came
to a Showdown?
Mnlvlua Tiirtleihwe vveepeil bitter
ly. 'I hos(. dour, bright blue eyes were
In danger of being washed clenri-r nail
bluer . dl.
She was In l.ne'
Then she drossni hurriedly. In prep
million foi .luck's expected visit.
Promptly ut eight he arrlvv.l.
".link," she breathed, "I am no war
lied." ".My pet, my nngel, "hat Ih It?"
asked .lack, In gieat comem.
"I have got to give one of you lip,
and I don't know which I l.- best.
Cnn't I" the mahleii wept.
"No!" refill tied .lurk, delerinlneilly.
"Von must choose between us lie
or 1 1"
"Jack," she wipt, "show iiu name
Put he sbowcil her none, nti.1 so,
with a last look of love, Mnhlim
tliievv her Piimeianliili. Hob, nut of
the window nud shld:
".lack, I am xiwrsl"
Sour Milk Called Life Elixir.
The elixir of long life consists nf
soured cow'm milk, cheese miiilo freia
sheep's milk ami while bread, ueenrd
lug to Dr. Sudowela. professor of phjs
leal chemistry at lln I'ldvi-rslty of
Kiev. He has found n vllhmi In the
mountains near Teialr Khun Shun,
the new capital of the Piighi-xtuu re
public, where IS men oat of u popula
tion of I 'JO ure more than KM) jenrs
old. Investigations showed tliey nte
the aho-e naiued loads exchlKlvely,
.Many persons transported tln-re frain
the futiiltfe regions of Cent ml ltussln
are mlgrutlng Inlo the inniintiilii',
where this food Is to he hnd In iihnml
mice. Couldn't Fool Him.
An Indhiiiupolls woman uiih visiting
her three-) ear-old grnadsoii, itml ntie
ilay saw htm standing before the mir
ror looking ut himself, and saying:
"Yes, that's me."
"Thoiaas," said grniidiinillii'p, "joii
shouJd say, 'That Is I."'
"Well. It might he I, hut It looks Ilk.'
I About two-thirds of a iiiiiii'h friends
would fall to Mini llielest.
The i -ill of a dog'" I"" I tlmt It
Invntlahlv points to the pnt.
That You May Understand
This being nn nge in which business mid professional nctlv-5ty is ,
developed on gittlnij tliu coiilldencu of the icI' t'. w- the
Licensed ChliopraitorH if Uklaliumn, nru going lo talk Lo you
throuuh publications and tell bu ninny things you rti ltito-c,Uil
in knowing. In older tlmt jou may intelligiiilfy seek liriil tin ami
when you succeed In llnding it tlmt you fullow lliu doldua Itulo
and pass the iafonimtion on to others.
A Golden Rule Thought
The suro way to find happiness Is lo help others find IK. You he
licve in boosting everybody who is iloinj? ijood work for nini-,ltid.
Licensed Chiropractora nil over the state nru being liernlacd o
thu wonder workers in rcstorini; pcoplu to health.
It is tliu folly of follies to pits our opinions linlcM wr -xrvny
know Rometlilng about the subject. I'vuryonc win) known sbout
Chlroprnctic is In favor of it and they nru coinpmrik witi the
(ioldeti Hulu and pnssinir the infonn.Uion an to others. Ira this
way they help others to find health through thl vvonc2jrfu
method of healing, which pleases them anil inakii you jhsnpny
because you hnvc brouht people together who nved ich other.
Watch fcr articles tlmt will oxpIMn this wonderful science,. ttls0
talk with n Licensed Chiropractor In your town. Thry nia- gaVe
you from on operation or other serious trouble. Inlropr-sactors
ure now licensed by our Great State nnd nre therefore Isgally
us well as professionally in position to servo you,
Give Him a Chance;
Queen (iiilih) Veil Keep s - ,,. aiiko
all night talking In )r sl s ,
King Will, )ini had !" - kIwiiui
a clmiu-e pi talk H llltl" tirim thu
Cutleura for Pimply F-asjc.,.
To remove ilmih-s awl lalllhiraiN
Biucnr them wltti t.'ntlciirii intmnit.
Wash ofT In five minutes vvli Cull
cum Sonp mid lint nliT. n0(i clear
keep your skin clear by U'lnc-; tliffii for
dully toilet nirpoc. Don't 1n t n.
elude Cutlciiru Tnlcimi. ydvT.a.Mllloilt.
Taken In Turn.
"Let's see, i '"' xv ,wis-
sing?" "I ferKi'tt Wl"' w-,it .mt of
the ilri-MsliiR risiin Init V" ,me1oii
An optimist iiiny In- I
vei-ts In a gold hrlik i''r
iippnrl unity prceiil Itself.
r.ver.xliis)- has M enk
ue piissliig l.iws In rorrs
t nil thu
Circulate as ninth Inilli
a-aiil n few
words ns piisrllile.
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF BIN
LITTf.r. aclirs erosr Into , ttl;nl
unless warded oil by ttr. applica
tion of Sliuni. Islita-ti.iutiun,
nruralgla, iliff joints, lime lxac 0n't
fight long against Mimii's L.i-e3mtnt,
For more thin forty (tap, sMn',
Liniment lias helped jwusi, tha
world over. You ot le ,(,
tion. It certainly doesiirtxluasefesults,
It penetratti without rubl-ng Kefp
this old family fti'nd nlwaj, 'fondf
tot instant use. .Uk )Mir otcightof.
At all druggtatt J5c, 70ofc ,40.
not only row ciiiil.i Ajsn rtvnt
nUT A IINH CfAIKAL --nic
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, rs c.52-1921.
of All The Family
Everj'stnndardtlriiff or medicine,
" every kiud of special prir.taon
that lias proved effKtht vBry
kind of health accessor)- tiearJed
ty the average pcriou uiajr be
had at your dni(f store or Keural
ttore lu,,V.V?,brainl. V.,"
means Freshness, Btrsnfta, amnd
." medicines nni1iriiiinrisn.
V- YiMt-MuififlU Dnttr C
Somtk't LmtftM Whtktth Pmttlmmm .