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ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
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Findi Health in Lydia E.
Creston, Iowa. "I suffered with fe
malo troubles from tho timo I camu into
womanhood until I
had taken Lydia E.
rmklinm s Vegcta-
Hf5ySj would have pains If
KI'i; ; , jpj I ovurworkod or
I il "J wt llf tod nnvflilnir
heavy, and I would
be. bo weak and ner
vous and in bo much
misery that I would
ho prostrated. A
friend told ma what
your medicine had dono for her and I
tried it. ltmnde mo strong and healthy
and our homo is now happy with a baby
loy. I am very i;lad that I took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
do nil I can to recommend it." Mrs. A.
11. Boscakp, GO! E. Howard Street,
Tons of I toots and Herbs
nro used annually In tho manufacture
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, which is known from ocean to
ocean as tho standard remedy for
For forty years this famout root and
herb medicine has been pre-eminently
successful in controlling tho diseases of
women. Merit olono could have stood
tills teat of time.
If you hnro tho Rllglitcat doubt
that Lydlu 12. lMnkliiiin's VckWu
blfl Compound will help yoti,vrrlto
vlco. Your letter will ho opened,
rend and answrnxl hyawmtiun,
and held iu strict confidence.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver Is
right the Etomach and bowela arc right.
gently but firmly com
pel a lazy liver to
do its duty.
and Diitreu After Ealing.
SMALL ril.l SMALL DOSE. SMALL TRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
Why Suffer From Hudachis,
Hunt's Llifhtnliiil Oil quickly relieve!
tho pain Tho Hurting and Aching slop
almost instantly. A truly wonderful remedy
for thosu who suffer. It is astonishing how
the pain fades away tho moment llunt'a
l.ldhtnlni! Oil comes in contact with it
So many people aru praising it, that you
can no longer doubt. For Cuts. Burns,
Hruisei and Sprains it is simply fine All
dealers sell limit's Lliflilulud Oil in
25 and 50 out bottles or by mill from
A. I. Richards Medicine Ce.
Many n man tins taken a hnud In pol
itics nnd thiin put his foot in It.
Maui's tlio Iniindrrss hippy tint's lied
Cms Itnll llliie. Mikes UMUtifnl, clear
white clothes. All grMxl grotcra. Adv.
It's a rnau of lovu's labor Inst when
a woman lias to tako In washing In
order to HUpport a worthiest) husband.
"He's a sclf-mado man."
"I know. Ho surely niado a mtstako
In tint consulting nn expert."
Maudo Krod sooma to bo wandor
lug In his mind.
Dotty Then ho can't atray far.
Right Name for Tham.
"How much did your motor car
'Fifteen hundred dollars, oxcIusItb
of the excoBSorles."
Cuna OH Sent, Otter Iteaiaiii Weal Cart,
Tba wont caata, no maltw ithew looc Haadlatv
are anrad by tha roularral, eld raUablt Dr.
Porter's Aotleaptia Haallafl t II rallavae
Palo and HmI at the Mine time, ale, Sfc, WJa
"So Jack's married. Did ho marry
for beauty T"
Mew To Olva QuIrIm To CMldrM
FXBRILINH U Iba trada-mstk aama clvta to aa
tapraad Quinine. II U a Tastalaaa Srrap. plsat
anl la laka and aoee sot disturb Iba ttoauh.
Children Uka II and never anew H Is Qnlnlaa.
Atoo sapaelalla adapted la adalta who eannol
tat ordinary Oalalaa. Dote not oasMsta nor
huh aervoeeaaae Dor rleaiof la Iba haad. Try
tt Iba atit tiaia fan aaad (Malaa for any for.
com. Aak far aoaec artctaal paekats. Tha
auaanBRIUNKaiMeam la battle. at seats.
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CURE HAMS AT HOME
MORE ECONOMICAL, AND THB
MEAT IS BETTER.
Expert Telle of the Method of Prepa
ration for Best Results "Sugar
Cure" More Expenelve, But
Better Than 8alt Process.
(y Mllfl W. C. HUTCHINSON.)
Thero Is no other product of the
farm to which tho owner points with
greater pride than to his abundance
of well cured hnins, ono of tho dally
essentials for tho tablo, and It the
ham Is well cured 'and well cooked,
wo certainly have one of tho most
appetizing (italics which can be set
This edlblo need not bo limited to
tho (nrmer alona; those of tho city
may enjoy, cuually with him, by pur
chasing the slaughtered hogs, or hams
of the butchers, 'hen, using a good
method of sugar curing
It Is economy to thosu In thu city,
nnd a pro lit to the furmer should hu
place IiIm home-cured hams on the
market, there Is alwns a ready sale,
and they bring a much better prlcu
than tho packer's meat vor tho ordi
nary salt ham.
Should we decide to market oUr own
"houie-tiinile," "sugar-curod" hums,
thero would bo a ery Lreat demand
for them Kach year wo nro compelled
to ntfusu a number of would-bo pur.
Xo all Interested In tho sugar cured
method of preparing It, wu glo tho
For 1,000 pounds of meat, tako
40 pounds of common salt, ten pounds
of Orleans sugar, (our pounds black
pepper, three pounds saltpeter, half
pound ciivenuo pepper. Mix thorough
ly, then rub one-half of tho mixture
on tho meat, let It lie two weeks, and
then rub on tho remainder, after which
let It llu four weeks,, then hang and
As soon as tho animal heat Is out of
tho meat, apply II rat half, carefully
covering skin and flesh side nllke, and
well over bock bone.
The extra expense over salted meat
Is small and I think about equal to oth
er methods of curing; the nmount of la
bor required for llrsl application Is
very little more than ordinary salting,
and for second, requires ono mnn
about ono hour. If jou wish to euro
smaller quantities, tlmo and labor will
bo In proportion.
Do not think thn quantity of tho
preparation too small when mixed, for
ulthough It may look to, yet It Is au
Ab this Is put on the meat, each
ham is placed separately upon a plat
form, tlicru to await the second appli
cation, when It Is ngnln placed (or the
four weeks, after which wo hnng nnd
smoke (or four davs from wood lire,
not being partial to hickory wood.
lly this tlmo the meat Is llrm and
dry, and It Is wrapped In newspapers,
then placed In sacks made of deulm,
or other strong material and hung In
u cool dark place.
Wo hnvo used this reclpo for IB
cars, hae never had a ham spoil
ami hnvo never tasted better hams.
Make a rich biscuit dough by mix
ing ono quart of lluur sifted with four
heaping teaspoonfuls of baking pow.
dcr, one-half teaspoouful salt; work
In onu tablcspoonful of butter, one
cupful of cream, milk enough to mako
thu dough easy to handle, ono egg
broken In and stirred well. Hull the
dough until about nn Inch thick, liniBh
over with melted butter, cut with bis
cuit cutter size of tho top of n cup.
1'lnco ono over tho other. When
baked, break open, put sweetened
raspberries between and put a largo
spoonful of whipped cream on top and
ono Inrgo berry, ulso julco poured
Cotton Rugs and Cushions.
Nothing Is moro satisfactory ns n
floor covering for summer bedrooms
than a washablo cotton rug. They can
bo bought for C5 cents. In thn email
sl7e a yard long and 21 Inches wide.
A big one, 0 by 12 feet, costs J 10. Thejr
nro made cither In plain colors, with
white stripes for a border across the
ends, or In mottled, hlt-or-mlss pat
terns. They nro edged with cotton
frlngo. Cushions, for tho hammock
or porch door, are nlso covered with
this cotton homespun, Twenty-four
Inches squaro, thoy cost 11-50.
Steak and Olivet.
Take about two pounds of rump
teak, brown well In frying pan with
a little butter, then put In cussorole
with a little water and bake slowly
three hours. Thon put In enough wa
ter to make a sufficient gravy, ono
pint ot carrots cut In cubes. About
halt an hour before serving put In a
small bottle of stuffed ollvoa cut In
halves. Serve In the casserole. The
meat will not need much salt, on ao
count ot the ollvea being salty.
Take a quart ot well-picked currants
and bring to a boll. ' Press through a
cheesecloth bag and return to Ore, add
ing a pound of sugar. Pill goblet a
fourth full and add cracked Ice until
Cut fine strawberries Iu small pieces
and sweeten with powdered sugar.
Pill the goblet quarter full of this fruit
and fill with plain or aerated Iced wa
ter. A slice of lime may be added to
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Thorough Education, Motet Training.
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Picture of "Hollering Jones" at
vorlte Diversion Caused Him
A well-known Illustrator, who makes
Interesting western pictures, oncu
Hindu thu acquaintance of a noisy but
good-humored cowboy who rejoiced In
thu appellation of "Hollering Jones."
in physical appeuraiico this man wns
typical of IiIb kind, and the nrttst madu
several studies of lilm, both iu re
pose nnd In hie favorlto diversion of
"hollering." Some of tho studios were
told by thu artist to au eastern maga
zine. They showed Jones In his most
'A year later tho artist again visited
tho region. Ho was soon approached
by Mr. Jones himself, bearing onu ot
thu pictures, which ho had torn from
tha magazine In which it was printed.
Pointing to It, ho asked:
"Is that me?"
"Well," replied tho nrtUt, evasively,
"I got tho goneral Idea from you, of
course, but "
"Oh, 1 ain't takln' no offense," Jones
made hasto to Bay. "It's all right; only
If It's mo, say eo,"
"If you put It to mo thnt"ay," said
tho artist, "I can only reply that It Is
a fairly good portrait of you."
"Thu moil hero on tho ranch ugreo
with jou. So I look like that when 1
holler, do I?"
"I think jou do."
"Iu that case," said Hollering Jones,
"all l'vo got to sny Is that Hollering
JoneB has hollered his hist holler.
Hereafter, when I celebrates, I does
so with n tin horn. Iu my own opin
ion, no man has n right tu look like
that not round whlto folks, anyhow."
As Herbert t'ory tells It, ho went to
a dinner oncu where Andruw Carneglo
was a guest.
"After tho eating was over and tho
Hpeechinnktng had started," Bald
(.'orey, "Mr. Carneglo leached In his
pocket for something ami pulled out
it handful ot small change. A dime got
nwny from him and fell on thu Moor,
and nt tho tlrst chaiiro Mr. Cnriiegio
got down under tho tablo and looked
lor It "
Did ho find It?" asked ono ot the
audience to whom Corey was narrat
Ing the Incident.
"Did ho find It?" echoed Corey. "He
found 15 cents!" Saturday Evening
"So Jack Is engaged, Is ha? And Is
Fanny tho bride-to-be?"
"No. She's the trledto-bo."
It la believed that tba lllver Nile
contains more klnda ot fish than any
other river In tba world.
Only a woman can entertain unwel
come guests and make tham feel wel
HUBBY GOT THE GOODS, BUT
It Was In the First Tlush of the Hon
eymoon, and Ho Says
"Never again," wub tho conclusion
of n story told by a joung bridegroom
of thu month, after he related Ills ef
forts to please his bride by fullllllug
her every wish
Sitting In his olllco n few days after
the wedding ho received a telcphonn
call which was something like this:
"Dearie, 1 do so iiit'n to trouble vou,
but 1 have run uut of lnco fur that
dress I was making, and 1 can't llnlsh
It until I hne another yard Can't
you stop at tho storu and got some nB
ou come homo Oh, I can tell oii
what It Is like Just four leaves, then
n sprig, then four leaves, then a sprig,
nnd M on It's Just two threads'' over
an Inch wide."
He hung up tho receiver nnd mopped
his lrov. Ho walked by thn storo
twice, finally entered nnd nppronched
tho lnco counter. Sim wns pretty, but
ho had been married only n week and
was busy repenting In his mind:
"Four leaves, then n sprig."
"Well, after looking at COO samples
of lace, I got It, but." Indianapolis
No Airs About Her.
"Airs!" exclaimed tho proud mother,
nnd shook her head vigorously. "My
Elsie, for all her learning, hasn't any
more airs, so to Bpeuk, than her poor
"Then sho won't turn up hor nose, at
her old friends?" queried the visitor.
"How refreshing! Most girls who go
through college nowadays will hardly
look at you after they're graduated."
"Well, they ain't llko my Elsie, that's
all I can say," retorted Klslo's ma.
"She's become n carnivorous reader, of
course, and sho frequently importunes
music. Hut Btuck up my Hlslo? Not n
bit. She's unanimous to everybody,
has n most Infantile vocabulary, and.
what's inoro, novor keeps n cnller
walling while sho dresses up. No, sho
Just runs down, noni de plume, as she
Absmbed In her own sweet thoughts
Miranda meandered through tho
meadow, coyly aware that In tho dis
tance her lover awaited her coming.
The sun Just pupped off this earth as
Miranda was clasped In hor lover's
"It has been the longest day In tho
)cnr," ho whispered ardently as ho
held her still closer.
How perfectly sweet of him, thought
Miranda, as sho closed her oyoa iu nn
ncstnsy of happiness.
"Sweetheart," sho breathed, raising
her face to his, "why has It been bo
"HecaiiRo becnuso," ho answered
lamely "well, becnuso, my dear girl,
It's thu twenty-first of Juno."
"Money talks," quoted the Snpe.
"Yes, mid tt stops talk," added the
I'ool. Cincinnati Knqulrer.
"So your daughter Is down and out?"
"Yes; shu took tho count." Chica
"Is u ton of coal very much, pa?"
"It depends on whether you nro
shoveling It or burning It."
Piles Cured In 6 te U Oaya
Your driitliit will rrfund rooner If PAZO
OINTMENT Mill to cure anr cats ot llchlns,
lltlrwl lllaa.llna nr Prnlfii.llfia tll.a In M. liUj.
! Tb application ! Em ana Dot. sac.
Any man who can hold a fussy
baby fur un hour without saying
naughty words Is In the samo cIubh
WatMvir Vou Need a Oeawral Teak
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Toolo is equally valuable a a
General Toale because it contains the
well known Ionic properties of QUININE
and IRON. II acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds ap the Whole System. SO cent.
Pride makes some people ridiculous
and preventa others from becoming so.
mm IMOVIKt" MtaM ay
At nn English provincial theator not
long bIiico tho curtain roso on nn
empty stage In tho second act of a
play, and by and by n meek-looking
young man with a dust-coat slung over
his arm enmo on and loudly callod,
According to tho book of the play
ho should have received no auswor to
hie call, and after nn appropriate pauso
should havo gone on with a mono
logue. Hut a graceless "god" In tha
gallery took upon hlmsolf to answer
"All right, I'm coming In n moment.
How much do j on want .011 it?" hu
Tho effect on tha audience may be
Where It Counts.
"Aunt Dinah, uro )m going to
huvo 'obey' ellmluuted from tho cere
mony?" "No, rhllo; but I shn Is gw Inter
hub It 'Undiluted from do matrimony."
squouzo jou, will
do jou think 1 am n
A lucky chap
Is always out when
ncss and Rest Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Not Natic otic
, sou orSAffvamam
A iMTfrcl Remedy forCorwIiD
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Congressman I'otor 3. Doollng of
Now York smiled the other oventng
when referenco at a dinner was made
to effeminate ways. He said ho was
reminded of tho explanantlon ot Smith.
Soma tlma ngo the Smiths attended
n reception whore thoy mot a man
named Drown. On tho way home,
while exchanging opinions ot the
guests, Brown wns mentioned.
"Speaking of that man Ilrown," vig
orously remnrked Smith, "ho certainly
bus au cfteinlnutu way of talking."
"Why, John," was tho wondering re
joinder of Mrs. Smith, "How can you
say that? llu certainly has a very loud
and masculine voice!"
"Yes, I know ho has," explnlnod
Smith, "hut what I mean Is that ho
talks all tho time." Philadelphia Tele
graph. Following Precedent.
I'nt wns servant of n farmer, and In
Ills charge was a donkey which was
kept to amuse his employer's chil
Tho donkey was following tho farm
er's wlfo round thu yard uue day, and
tho farmer, turning to Pat, said:
"I think that donkey Is taking a lik
ing to my wife."
"Och," said I'nt, "shura and It's not
tho first donkey that's took a liking to
"There's ono good thing about liv
ing In these times. Vvo don't have
"That's true. Hut my Iceman Is Just
as bad or worse. He's a low-weigh
Malaria begins with a chill and
ends with a fever. Love begins with
a fever and ends with a chill.
Don't be misled. Auk tor Red Cross
Jtall lllue. Makra beautiful white clothes.
At all good grocers. Adv.
If the play la a
soon melts away.
treat tha audience
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the question of Sick
Stomach, Loss of Appe
tite, Heartburn, Head
echo, Indigestion, or
Constipation. It is a
far better plan to help
Nature restore these or
gans to a healthy condi
tion with the aid of
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Beauty to Croy or FM HaU
awn, ewio tiwai fcrsy
For Infants and ChlMrsn.
The Kind You Have
tin eaimve eaawMv, veaa am.
Every new Invention Is eipected U
revolutionise things but doee It?
!ICKKTR OLD BUtLIABLB BTB WATM
refrcxbM a tlrd or eor ?. Adv.
The coming man la seldom noticed
until he arrives.
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