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W"t - THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. i.i f ' I'H WOMAN HAD NERVOUS TROUBLE Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta. ble Compound Helped Her. West Danby, N. Y. "I hnvo had nervous trouble nil my life until I took I LjdlaE.rinklmm's I VnRotnlilo Com i icunil for nerves I end for femnlo troii blesnnd it straight ened mu out in good chnpe. I work nearly nil tlio time, us wo , llvo on u farm and I , have four fiirls. Ida all my suwinif. ami other work with their hoi p. so it rhowa that I Btand It real well. I took tho Compound when my ten year old daughter camo und it helped mo a lot. 1 havo alao had my oldest pirl tako It und It did her lots of jjood. I kr-ep It in tho houso all tho time and recommend It." Mrs. Duwitt Sincuuaugii, West Danby, N. Y. Sleeplessness, nervousness, Irritabil ity, backache, headaches, drnRcInu; sen rations, oil point to female derange menU which may be overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable) Compound. This famous remedy, tho medicinal Ingredients of which aro derived from native rooU and herbs, has for forty years proved to bo a most valuable tonic und invigorutorof tho female organism. Women everywhere bear willing testi mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vcgutablu Compound. PERFECT HEALTH. 1 utt's I'llls keep (he system In pe.-feel order. They regulate tho bowels and produce A VIGOROUS DODY. Remedy for lct( heaJaihe, constipation, Tuff's Pills Sententlousncst Facetious. A minister who lives In a small town NaV.1 llUist ? Ma ,' H Is noted for his sentpntlousncss both to j13i0oo. according to tho chnractor In and out of tho pulpit. Ah he was , of conBtriictIoii. whether aurfneo treat coming down tho street onu day a man c(i ,,onntrntlol, or ,nixiK method. Tho Hccostcd him with, "fllr, can you toll mrt how to llnd (ho sheriff's olllco?" "Yes, sir." was tho Instant reply, "Kvory tlmo you cam live dollars epend ten." And ''o walked on, leav ing tho astonished man gazing after lilm Ilarpcr'H Magazine. AVOID A DOCTOR'S BILL en the first of tho month by taking Bow a bottle of Mansfield Cough Hal am for that hacking, hollow cough. Prlco 25c nnd 60c Adv. Calling a Bluff. "My heart Is a very houiiiI organ." "That may be, but I know u hello ho can wring II." Throw Oft Cold and l',vrnl ;rlp. tVheti ru fi a if 11 ruoillitf in. takft L.AXA II? H IlllOMU (JUINI.NII. It rrnuttr. ran nf fiil unit (I dp. OnlrOii "IIIH1MO gUINlMi.1 M W.OHOVHrtiliniturooii bos.Jle. Visrlety Is Iho spice of life to the bald man In thu front row. A mean mini always attributes his dislike of his neighbor to envy Achy Joints Give Warning A creaky Joint oflea predicts rain. It may lo mean thnt tlio kldnejs aro not fllteriuc the h)Uodous urlo acid froifl the blood. Dud bok, rhcuniallo pains, sore, aclilnir Joints, bt-adiclir, dlzzlnt'ts aud urinary dlrorden are all rllrcts of weak klJuej-i and If nutblng U doue, tticru'i danjtT of more nrlous trouble. Ure Doon't Kidnty Pilli, the Uit rvcoui meuded UJnej reuivdy. A Texas Case 3. W . Btoirs, Went, Trxaa. eiiyi "I KurTcieil from aovero linclaflif! ami r h d ti til I I o jmlim In in)- limbs lry Tie- tf It 114 II Morv' I lie iiinm-y mcro llonr pnaaeil I or (reel)- nt 1 1 m o a , t h o n nutiln en srunly hihI full of BPdlmont Heine tultl U built llillll'ni Klilney Pills. I iiukI Ihein ami Ihitv huoii bail a bunellrlal rffrrt, lonlne up my nnllie bjhIciii Wbi'il 1 liuvu raUKlit riM nn my Idilnpys n'nrc. Dotin'n KtJ liny l'llln liave awn lind mu ftellnK ull tlelit." Cat Doan'a at Any Stem, SOe a Baa IDOAN'S KJ?"" rOSTER-MlUURN CO, BUFFALO, N. Y. BREATH i A sslsssv A mire rIoti ' Mm m lofnnlnnctlvo frnW mm m liver, bilious- S S nnaa nnatla pation, nnd similar disorders. Itemove tho causo in its early stages, do not allow tho organs to Ret in chronic stato. A few doses of DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP will restore tho nIToctcdorgana to a healthy condition. It is ft gcntlo laxative, pure ly vegetable, tonic in elTcct. Search fsr and near and you will not find a preparation to equal this tried and true old home tonic Get a bottle todav-rjut up to convenient ahua, 60c and f L . it V'3L" Xl-rC! st .JC TT i , I ESTIMATING COST OF ROADS Much Dependi on Type of Construe- tion and Amount of Grading to De Done Some Figures. I Tho cost of n road Is dependent upon not only tho typo of construction hut tho amount and character of KradluK to ho done, thu cost of labor and materials, tho width and thick-' iipps of surfacing, thu character and amount of drainage required, and other fnctors of equal variability. Ilnsed upon general averages. It hai been ascertained by highway special- i Ists of tho department that under average conditions macadam roads can ' bo built In southern states at from $4,000 to JG.00O per mile, gravel roads i at from $1,500 to fS.liOO per mile, and 1 Find-clay and topsail toads at from j Jb00 to $1,500 per mllo. In New Kngland and the other cast cm states macadam roadH aru report- ,cd nt from JG.0U0 to Jil.OOO per mile, I gravel ronds at from $3,200 to $5,000. and bituminous macadam from $S,000 -ex " ''idSBWI . 9Ti Fr vkl -W"Nw - Good Road Along Pacific Coast. bituminous typo Is quilt general In tho eastern states. As Indicating cbsts In other sections of country, thd stato highway commis sioner of Michigan reported that In 1913 tho nvcrago cost for macadam roads was $4,300 per mllo. clay-gravel roads $1,500 per mllo, and concrcto roads about $10,000 per mllo. Tho nvcrago coBt of stn'u hlr ways con structed In Ohio tve vrus ngo was $8,3S3. According to. t,pci, III 1912 tho brick-paved highways averaged $14,050 per mllo aud tho macadam highways $5,950. In California tho first S.'C miles of tho stato system of highways cost nn average of $S,1 13 per mllo nml con sisted principally of thin concrcto with a thin coat nf bitumen. Tho maximum md minimum figures given nro not ab solute, but nro Intended to present tho usual rango of costs. Tho rates given Includo grading, drainage, surfacing and engineering costs. "DIRT ROADS" AND RAINFALL Easy to Be Seen That Good Roads Proposition Oats Down to Ques tion of Dollars and Cents. Hack In tho boom dnys of railroad building many a coimty In full many ' a middle West nnd western stato voted hundreds of thousands of dol , lnrs' worth of bonds to get a railroad to cross Its boundaries. This was In Uo old days of pioneer poverty when lands wero Helling unywhero from $1.25 to $15 nn ncro. Somo counties nro still pnylng oft railroad bonds, Bomo repudiated tho debt and others havo had half a century of litigation over thorn. However, for tho most part tho roads wero built and agricul tural dovolopmcnt followed tholr coin ing. I Something llko threo-fourths of nil 1 tho freight hauled by railway llnou must, first or last, pass over public ' highways. It has been shown over 1 nnd over ngaln thnt every ton so ! moved costs 23 cents i mile. It Is ciiRj- to seu that tho good roads prop- osltlou gets down to a matter of dol - lars ami cents. i Next March, or mnybo April, when ' wo havo to walk lo town across tho fields; when It tnkes u Bix-horso team to tnovo a load of hay a mllo; when i tho mall carrlor cannot get nround for , a week nnd tho children miss school on account of tho mud then wo nro all for good roads. As tho mud dries nnd tho chuck-holes fill, wo get lukewarm. When tho road-bond prop- osltlou comes up wo begin to talk , high taxes and either stay nwny from tho polls or voto ngnlnst It. I Good roads will uuvcr como till wo change our views and keep them changed. Loft to themselves n dirt 1 road nnd a rain will nlwnys mean mud. Farm Progress. Economic Maintenance. Tho split-log drag has contributed to a largo extent toward tho economic maintenance of public highways. It Is an Improvement which can bo built or purchased at a low prlco nnd Is easily operated by anyone who cnu drive a team. Good Rosds Would Help. It costs $2 to haul a ton of freight a hundred miles by rail. It costs 2 to haul a ton tea tulles on tho ordi nary country road. Would good roads help? NDIGESIION, GAS OR SICK STOMACH Time it! Pape's Diapcpsln ends all Stomach misery in five minutes. i Do 3omo foods you cnt hit back ' tnsto good, but work badly; ferment Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomnch7 Now, Mr. or ' Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down- l'npo's ' Dlapopsln digests everything, leaving nothing to Bour nnd upset you. Tlicro never was anything so safely quick, bo certainly effective No difference how badly your stomach Is disordered you will get happy rcllof In llvo minutes, but what pleases you most Is that It itrcnglheni nnd regulates your stom nch so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. You fool different as soon ns "l'npo's Diapcpsln" comes In contnet with tho stomach distress Just vnnlrhos your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch ing, no eructations of undigested (nod. Go now, mako tho best Investment you ever made, by getting a largo fifty cent case of I'apo's Diapcpsln from any store. You realize In flva minutes how needless It Is to suffer from Indiges tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv. The ago of reason depends altogeth er on the man; Homo men never nt tain it. Tor lame bark uso Ilanford's Dal snm. Hub It on und rub It lu thor oughly. Adv. Its Advnntnrje. "Is there much in this real ostntn business?" "Oh, oh; thero are lots to sell." To Iscrp clean nnd liealthv tnko Dr. I'leice'c I'lesKint IVIIets. They regulata lucr, bum-In and stimi.ich. Adv. Klght s so slow in asserting Itnulf that Home people doubt that It will Dually prevail. D(.NT GAMBLE that your heart's nil tight. Mako sure Tako "Itenovlno" a henrt nnd nervo touic. I'rlco 50c and $1.00. Adv. Exactly. "Hnve you dyed your hair black?" "That Isn't n fair question." THE BLUE THAT'S TRUE. Red Cross Hall lllun clvos to clothes a clear, dazzling whlto, whiter than snow, not a grecnisu youow -ingo mko cheat) hottlo hluu. Iluy Hed Cross Hall Illuo for next washday. You will bo happily surprised. Largo packugu at your grocers, 0 cents. Adv. Seasonal Activity. Mrs. Knlcker What Is your trado? Weary Willie I shovel rain, mum. Now York Sun. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To halt pint of water aild 1 or., liar Hum, a minll Ihix oi lUilxi Ciiinpounil, and H vi. of pljrcerlnn Apply to the hair twice a wick until It becoiiu-i ihe ilonlrtil uliailu. Anjrlru-k-lt can put tliin up or you ran mix It at homo at very little rott. It will gradually ilarkcu utrrnkpil, fuili-il gray hair, ami re move! ilamtrutl. It Is eii-ellcnl fur fulling tmlranil will make harsh lialmoft ami i:losr. It will not color the scalp, la not sticky or -rruuii, ana iiom uoi ruu on. auv. He Was Right. A man rindicd to tho entrance of a lunatic asylum lu tho middle of tho night and yelled to tho keeper to let lilm In. "Let mo In!" ho cried. "I hnve sud denly gono Insane." The keeper woke up, thrust his head ' out of u llrst-story window and bel i lowed down In n rngo; ) "What' I'uino here nt this tlmo of night? Mnn, you must ho crazy!" ! MEAT CLOGS KIDNEYS THEN YOUR BACK HURTS Take a Glais of Salts to Flush Kid neys If Bladder Bothers You Drink Lots of Water. No mnn or woman who eats meat regularly cun mako n mistake by duell ing tho kidneys occasionally, sayi a i woll-known nuthorlty. Meat forms I uric acid which excites tho kidneys, 1 they become overworked from tho , strain, get sluggish nnd fall to (liter . tho wnsto and poisons from tho blood, then wo get sick. Nearly all rhou- matlsm, headaches, liver trouble, nor- ', vousness, dt77lncss, sleeplessness and urinary disordors como from sluggish kidneys Tho moment you feel a dull actio In tho kidneys or our back hurts or If tho urine Is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment, Irregular of pnsBago or at- tended by a sensation of scnldlug, stop sating meat and got about four ounces of Jnd Salts from any pharmacy tako a tablesponnfiil In n glass of water before breakfast and In n fow days your kidneys will act lino. This fa mous salts Is mado from tho ncld of grapes nnd lemon Juice, combined with Ittbla, und has been used for generations to Hush nnd stimulate tho kidneys, nlsn to noutrnllzo the acids In urtno so it no longur rauscs Irrita tion, thus ending bladder weakness. Jnd Salts Is Inexpensive nnd ennnot Injuro; mnkes a delightful efferves cent llthla-watcr drink which everyone should tako now nnd then to keep the kidneys clean and nctlvo and tho blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. Adv. If a man can afford to sit down and wait for a golden opportunity to come slons he doesn't need 1L Domelbuinl: TflelpsT i WOULD TEACH CITY PLANNING Architect Thinks It 8hould Be 4 Part of the Curriculum of the Country's Public Schools. Predorlc L. Ackerman, a membor of the committee on town planning In tho American Institute of Architects, advocates tho teaching of cll plan ning In the public schools It Is his Idea that only by educating succeed ing generations of tho public through the medium of tho public bchool may wo acquire correct standards for re making our present cities and for building new ones, und he brought It out In a recent address on "The Archi tectural Side of City I'lannlng." Mr. Acknrman's theory Is more con cerned with education than with archi tecture. Ills main theme Ih that tho architectural sldo of city planning Is dependent upou proper methods of ed ucating future citizens up to high standards of architectural beauty. Architecture depend, -o utterly upon the physical conditions of an environ ment, he says, that, unless these con ditions be reasonable, architecture can do nothing. Tho reasonableness of n set of conditions depends, nccordlng to Mr. Ackerman, upon tho people liv ing under thorn. He refuses to .linlt his definition of tho term, city planning. It Is not merely a series of leglslatlvo nets Im posing a set of conditions to which a people's llfo must bo worked Into con formity, says Mi. Ackerman, nor h It merely tho carrying oat of certain the ories developed by city planners, en gineers and students of social and eco nomic conditions, or of thu Ideals of nn architect. It Is not merely pro viding for ndoquato transportation, proper sanitation, better housing or more beautiful surroundings; It Is all of these, with more added to thu list. City planning, lu brief. Is piov'slon for n moro adequate pin steal expression of the composlto Ideals of groups of people tnrown together by social and economic forces. Mr. Ackerman'fl method Tor teach ing city planning to thu school child would begin with making It clear to tho child that thero aro things for him to consider In our towns nnd cities which aro vital t ills comfort and well being, nnd which. Incidentally, havo to do with architecture nnd nrt. Tho Idea Is to InBtlll In tho child's mind a keen Interest In tho vailous pliares of his phvslcal environment and Its possible Improvement. STREET CLOCK PLACED HIGH Idea Is Somewhat New, But Would Seem to Have Many Points of Advantage. In placing a largo double-faced clock on n Los Angelei building, tho usual practice o employing brackets to sup- 1 port It over tho sidewalk was discard ed and tUo dlaln wera put on adjacent sides of the corner column of tho structure between the fourth and llfth floors, llatcs Popular Mechanics ' Magazine. The reason lor placing It 1 nt this rather unusunl height waa thu belief that at such n point It could ho readily seen by moro perrons than If It I wero set closer to tho street lool. I Tho faces of the clock nro llvo feet In , diameter, while Its tlnUh Is mnilo to harmoulzo with that of tho building, ' which Is constructed of light-colored . uncK. Exterior Colorings Kxtorlor coloring for suburban houses deserve more attention than It usually receives. An experiment that sounds In tho telling too Ideal to bo authentic, but which nevertheless was said to hao been nctually carried out somo years ago lu nn eastern com munity, was tho pnlutlug of nil tho buildings In a certain vlllngo, both res idential and commercial, In colors that blended together harmoniously, Whllo perhaps artistic effects of this sort may never becotno plentiful, every homobullder should do his sharo to ward tho good work by making bis own structure a subordinate part ol tho landscape. I Its r Rj ' f C lo Hi 1 1-fflf K m LfLttt rm lira x?i vm -m lUrm "vib" j I WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WAR "Then Take Advantage of the Opportunities in Canada." (Contributed by W J. Whlto, of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottnwa, Canada.) I strolled Into a bank In ono of tho cities of tho west a short tlmo ago and tho bank mnnager said "after tho war, tho Canadians should bo pre pared for a great Influx of people. Thu crops that tho western Cunstdlan farms hnve produced In 191f, and the wealth that tho farmers havo had thrust upon them by the high price of grain, will mnko farm lands alu nblu and farming remunerative After tho war Is over there will bu thou sands go to Canada to engage In agri culture and many other Industries that will certulnly prove prolltablo Condi tions will ho wonderfully good. Tho advertising that Canada has had dur ing tho Inst year or two by Its mngnlll cent contribution of ocr 250,000 men to light for tho Kmplro, the wonderful sums It baa given to trio Red Cross and Patriotic funds, the excellent showing It mudo In subscribing over doublo when only 50 millions of dollars was asked ns a war loan, tho brav ery, courage and hardihood of tho sol diers who have foucht tho battles lu riandois. It Is Just wonderful," and my enthusiastic banker grew eloquent. One might have thought bu was a sub sidized booster for Canada. "Hut," ho said "they won't go until after tnu war" "Well, now, Mr. , why wait un til after the war? If all you Bay bo true, and you havo said nothing yet of the wonderful hank clearings of , Canada today, nothing of tho fart that tl. Imim.nan L-r.l n l-roll of WcStOrll Canada this year haR given to every man, woman and child In that coun try, over three hundred dnllnra per head, why wait until utter tho war? After tho war, under such conditions ns ou havo pictured (and which aru real) land values will go up, prices will Increase. Advantngu should bo taken of the low prices nt which these agricultural lands can bo had today. They havo not Increased any as yut. and excellent farm lands can bo had closo to railways In old settlements, lu excellent communltle-j for from lit teen to thirty dollars per acre. Tho climate Is good and will bo no better after tho war." "What about conscription, though? Is there not a danger from conscrip tion, and should I advise any to go thero now, would thoy not havo to face It? Then too, there Is tho report that thoro Is a heavy war tux on lands." 1 was surprised to learn thnt these old yams, stories that I thought had been exploded long ago, were Htlll do ing duty In mnny parts of tlio I'nlted States, and that a gentleman of tho wldo learning of my friend, was in clined to bellove them "Conscription!" I said. "With Can ada contributing 2."0,000 men voluntari ly enlisted, why conscription? Thero Is no conscription In Canada, and neither will thero bo. It Is not need ed. In any enso no legislation could be tinBsen by tho Dominion Parliament which would Impose military sorvlco upon people who are not citizens of Canada, either by birth or naturaliza tion. Settlers from tho I'nlted States ould not boconio naturalled Hrltish buhjects until they had resided lu Canada continuously for threo years," I quoted from ofllclal documents. "In the first fow months of tho war I clearly stated that there would not ho conscription In Canada. 1 lepeat that statement today." "And then as to tuxes," I continued, quoting again irom oiucini iiuwi.iru-. All tmea levied by the Federal cv-1 if l eminent tako the Indirect form nf cus toms onsIsu and Inland ruvenuo du ties. It Is untrue that farmers aro paying direct war-tax levies and no Inti udliiR settler need hesitate to come io Canada on tills account "Olllclal denials should convince you i that all apprehensions which have been making somo would-bo-sottlers rnim the i'nlted States hesitate to niMio n clinuge whllo the wnr laBta aro v Ithotit foundation. With thoso Misunderstandings cleared up, tho present wnr conditions ovou become an added Inducement to settlement In nny part of the provinces of western Canada, Innsmuch ns war prices and keen demands for all manner of farm piodiicts aflord tho farmer a special oppoi tunlty to mako money" 1 was glad of the chance nnd plenned to hnvo him statu that Ills views had allr.c'ther changed. 1 could have continued, and told lilm of the fortunos that had been mode In tho season of KM., out of farming, whent growing, oat growing, barley growing, cattlo raising, dairying and mixed fnriulus- I could havo told htm of on Ottawa (Canada) syndicate hnt had u yield of ISO bushels of nts per acre from their farm at Wain wrlght and from 00 acics of wheat Held they threshed over CO hushols per ncre. These') lelds whllo phenomenal, wero repented In many portions of western Cnnnda. It was Interesting to Inform lilm that the averago ylild of spring wheat In Saskatchewan was .Tj.lu bushels per acres Manitoba, 2(1.3 bushels; In Alberta, 36 1C bushels, and over Ihe throo provinces thero was a total average of over 30 bushels per acre. "The Immense crop that has Just been harvested has put mlltlons of dol lars In tho hands of tho farmers, and tho work of distribution through tho regular channels of trado has already begun. Millions of bushels of grain aro still In tho hands or tho farmers, which means that thero Is a vast store of realizable wealth that will bo stead ily going Into circulation, benefitting tho thousands who uro dependent In directly on tho basic Industry of tho provlnco for their livelihood. "Tho mock prosperity that rested on the Insecure foundation of Inflated real estato values has passed away, and lu Its ploco tho corner stono of tho coun try's sound financial futuro Is being built. "The trust and mortgago companies, tho large Implement concerns and tho wholesale merchants all toll the sumo slory today of marked Improvement In their business. The farmers and others are meeting their Just dues nnd paying oft debts that In many cases have been long overdue. Collections are better today than they havo been since the most prosperous dnys of our history, and obligations uro being met freely and promptly. "Now," I said, "why should thoy wait until tho war Is over?" And he agreed with mo Advertise ment. Wireless Men In Demand. Radio operators aro enlisting In great numbers In tho ranks of tho bel ligerent notions of Ktirope. It Is re ported thai !n thu British navy alonn moro than 5,250 radio operators havo enlisted. Among those serving on warships ono has earned tho Victoria cross, ono tho cross of tho Legion of Honor nnd four tho distinguished con duct medals. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Tako the Old Standard OHOVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You kuow uh.it i cm nra t.ikinc. as the formula Is printed on every label, showing it is Quininu and Iron in a tastelew form. The C,l'o dmes out malaria, tho Iron uullu" UF "lo '" 3U """- Its Place. "What shall I do with this rasping letter'" "Put It on file." Not flri7 Hnlra bat Tlrod Eyel make us look older than we arc. Keep your I'yea younK and you will look younir. After the Movies Murine Your Kycs Don't tell your nire. Murine Ilyo IlemeCy Co., Clilcak-o, Studs i:yo Hook oil request. Instead of wearing a laurel wreath tho modem poet struggles along with out n hair cut- For Adv. calks uso Ilanford's Balst- n. From tho bulldog's point of vlow this Is a very ciuarrelsomo old world. Many a enso of love at sight Is due to dimness of thu light. FREE Color Plans Spring T1 Alabastine gj staff of Interior decorators is at M your disposal to assist you with Ej your spring decorating. Pj Thee experts offer you dependable si frie advice on how to treat your walU H o that they will hntniotmcwilh.ind set M off to advantage our floor covetlni. H furniture, draperies, curtains ana H wcatUut apparel. n They also want to tell you nliout the SS handsome decorative wall and reitinir border effects that can be obtained by O the mo of stencils- the very latest H wilnUe in wall decoration. JQ Stencils ordinarily cost from SO cents H to $3 (0 each; but If ) ou will wrlie fur SK the free "Alabastine Packet, contain- h! hand colored proofs of 12 of the U cry latest slencil effects, we will tell S ou how you can have your choice of pjfj iheae and5"0 other at practically no sja expense. Write today for this obso- W luUlyrrs decorating untct. Alabastine In 5 lb. packages. In dry powder form, ready to mix In rold water. Is sold by paint, hardware, drus and general stores everywhere. Alabastine Co. 1M CnaaMIU Hi. Cut RssUs, Mich. fcSSIMIHnHUHIIBIIBM Ni Si SHERMAN iron works FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS Mill and Gin Suppllts and Repairs Ve opernto Hie Litrccst Fonndry Mid Mui'titno Hliups lu tlio Hiutliwe.Bt Omen and Works OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA MOTOR OIL IN FORD CARS ItcontjutuM ?fff rapidly, Gttt Viinrfuth Utilrr Virtnatr Jot VM ana mt that much In lixtiy r.v ana Mr mat muen in iuiy Ihpsjo IJirrulaUn will mk yuur HJtv. uneiu inrao ijirruiaion will nulla 71 mum work bntT and latt lnoirir, A good come pniMfiiuuii for th man who ccura hit local terrlUirr U.U.HitllU, lai, aa-ita, Ohl. SEED SWEET POTATOES Nancy Hall-Dradley yams, Arkansas stock, juar anteed. So lb. Ordtr sow. Caih rl.h ord r. MmtUm Frsesce C. OUakesM Oly, OkU. l.l.s't'K.M Larun rhubaib runts, II It hull dridi swtet potato, straw berrv, toinatu planti chtapiiio bftlir AdainANin,l aielletllle.Ark WANTKII Hon and Qlrls In sell no.rlllea Circular (re. Mam tllllhan, Caalfata, Uklav W. N. U Oklahoma City, No. 10-1il BTW jajT 'Your k iecoraung ssssssA S $Hies tssssssssf S &1$3W BJ Madam B u L.V.