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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 December 1916

XjeUJtf'" ''J 4 PMf f "" P.IiVE TH A NIC YHI T for your advertising patronage during the past year K I1 1UU FOR YOUR FAVOR OF HAVING GIVEN US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION iFARMERS' CHAMPION tore a for lotue 'is no (v. i ij. otic All 'nto '!. - .v EWilW, O&LAROMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, IMG ra is tsmn-aaKmtgrKTnmnmnmmtpamimKmKKacsm "The Old Reliable" for the fourteenth titne wishes yaw nil tho Hajjpiast year yon haye evor had in Oklahoma, as woll as the most prosperous one. WUen we stop for a moment's thought, wo realize that almost tho whole world i in te throat of tho worst war of moderu times, with all of ita horrors, misery, anguish aad suffering; we should the more rejoice that wo havo csciped all tin affliction), (which Ga.i. Sherman called war), and are a happy and prosparous natloa. We certainly apprer.iato or blssslugs, and thank aur Heavenly Father for them. We very much appreciate yoar patromge iKtitzs the pant year, and hops to merit a co.itiauance daring tho coming yoari. We a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 December 1916

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION B'. MORE WHEAT, MORE CATTLE, MORE HOGS Land Values Sure to Advance Because of Increasing De mand for Farm Products. The cry from countries iilirnml for More of tliu necessaries of life Is iicuto today: tomorrow It will Iip f-t 111 tnoro Insistent. Iltlll UllTO will In letup Mftt-r tin; wur. This Is the ilay for llie farmer, tln liny tluit lio I rutin In Into his iiwii, He Is crndiially becomliiK tin' illctiilor lis It hocoiiiei more apparent tluit upon his I'nlitH try depends tlir croat problem of ftedliiK it Kn-nt world. The farmer of Cntiiidit mill the United States tins It wlttiln lilmxi'ir to liolil tlit position that Ktri'ss of circumstances tins lifted lilm Into tmliiy. Tin' conditions nlirouil lira Twcli (lint tli utmost dependence will rest upon tlii' farmers of this continent i for muni' time uftcr tin- wur, mill for this ii'iison there Is no hesitation In lunkliiK tin' statement Unit wur'h de liiiinils lire, noil for n loin: 1 1 nit- will lie, In...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 December 1916

. v. CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NOI STOP! I flbiiJ Lint 1 SSlTSSSl.'telSf.."" G V- Bos. Mm " w,"u ,uucver Slop using calomel! It makes you lick. Don't logo a day's work. If you (eel lazy, sluggish, bilious or conatl patfd, listen to mo! Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver wblch causes necrosis of tho bones Calomel, when It comes Into contact with sour bllo, crashes Into It. breaking It up. This Is when )ou feel that nw. ful nausea and cramping. If you feel "all knocked out," If your liver Is tor pid and bowels constipated or you bave headache, dizziness, coated tongue. If breath Is bad or stomach our Just try a spoonful of harmless Dod son's Liver Tone. Hero's my guarantee Go to any arug sioro or aeaier anu got a 60-ccnt I bottle of DoJson's Liver Tone. Take a ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK? Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It. Mature warns you nhn (tu ri.V f health i not clear. Kidney and divider trouble cause many anno) ins s.wnptoms and great inconvenience both da...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 December 1916

icj ELGIN, OKLA. PAR Mill CHAMPION 1 l ! .... . i J t J.. II m . i ? rax m r-t .'-K-rMt-K-"M e-eee-r-M"M M M-M-H-M- ! tt 1U' ! Hatching Eggs For Sale Buy a few earl setting! and gat tome early birds of quality. My four pans were mated before Christmas, so am now ready to furnish eggs for hatching; book your orders at once and gat in on the early ones. A chicken hatched in February or March will win more prizes than a dozen hatched in May. Try WHITE ORPINGTONS for WINTER LAYERS a large ehiekea with an abundance of feathers to keep them warm. The 46 hens and pullets which I had mated laid 15 eggs on Christmas day, just a few days after a rough storm period. The eight hens in pen No. 1 laid 4 g ge, aad the eight pullets m pen No. 2 laid 4 eggs. Eggs $1 per 15 or $6 per 100 from my utility pen. Quality Eggs $1.25, $1.50 and higher per 15. H. P. WETTENGEL Member American White Orpington Club Member Oklahoma State Poultry Federation ELGIN, OKLA. I M!"M!- :.. ' a.;4.... i .....: a !-V't,-:...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 January 1917

' mFffltMffisy " ty " -a" j R tfi FARMERS' CHAMPION .i vouvu EtiOKtf, OKLAHOMA, VK2DM25DAY, JANUARY 3, 7 Na tf . i.- rTrrr-rrmmmm , fee ' l t HELP YOU Yoa. eaa depend upon this bank to work with' you ia every way tbat will be bencfieiajtto the Town and Your Interests. This bank hat always endearored and will contin ue to strive to tha upbuilding of Elrjiu and tha community. Tl'at which increase the welfare and the growth of this community increases in propoition tha prosperity of EVERY tfarmcr and b'.tjjncca enterprhe in it. With your co-operation wa foe! sure vrt cna msJce this New Year mutually more prorpennu th.au ; : the past. iBAN KOF ELGIN ll CS IMIMIIiMill l.j . J. . f School Nwtos. Schocl work wnn rrsemed Tuesday morning after the hnli day vaeatim. Tms hrs and pit HlsseensJ rested nad rendy for Wrk wit raaewjd imeigy. Mfss Edna Carter wan r new I ttiil la the h!h shnol Tuufliby, ia the freshman olise. There will bo a basret bull sane here F-iiday nisht betweon theBlgin mid L...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 January 1917

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION s f UMIMMI -,.. .aiti .... -With the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Pain H ' ' ' " ' ' ' " 11 li Sore corns, linnl corns soft corns o any klml of u corn cmi ho 'If U'tt right out villi tilt) lingers If yot will llppl directly upon tho corn n few lro s o' friM-nine, sns n Cincinnati authority. At small cost ono cmi get n iiuurlrr of nn ounce of free zone nt lit , drug store, which It stilllcicnt to rin nu feet of every corn or callus without jinln or soreness or the dimmer v.. Id fectlou. Thin now drug Im un ether compound, which dries die moment It Is applied ml does not Inllnine or even Irrltatu tliu surrounding tissue, Ai. Made Gown In Seven Minute. In these days of "off again, on gain, gone iignln" discussions, with nmcn wilting to the ucvvspnpcis mid telling how they run hiithe, ill ess, pow drriind nil the rest of It In so ninny (or mi few) inlmiles, here comes n "mere mull" who put1) them nil to shame, lie In Itlchiird Leslie of the Ainerlc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 January 1917

'0 'I'tHkxL ?--i". THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION The Influence or Good Digestion is far reaching, It means Better Appetite Proper Assimilation Liver and Bowel Health To Aid Digestion TRY HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters It Helps Nature In Every Way Under Way. "I'm g-dng to put on n musical show," said tin) manager. "Have (iu secured tht! music?" "No; but I've hired u costume de signer." DANDRUFF AND ITCHING Disappear With Use of Cutlcura Goap and Ointment Trial Free. The first thing In restoring dry, fall ing linlr Is to get rlil of dandruff and Itching. Hull Cutlciirii Ointment Into scalp, next morning shampoo with Ciitlcurn Soap nnd hot water, l'rovent fckln mid scalp troubles by making Cutl cura jour everyday toilet preparation. Free sample ouch by mull with Hook. Aililress postcard, Cutlcura. Dept. L, Uoston. Sold ov cry where. Adv. High Cost of Non-Slip Sidewalks. Knlckor Why don't jou put your ashes mi jour wall;? lincker With the coal so expensive? 6partan Women Suffered Untold Tortu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 January 1917

ILCIN, O 1 L A ,FAFMUi CHAMPIOX : : : : 4S- r r- --Mv.'M .$', 4 .'-. ; 4a44 4 ) Eggs From Winter Both Quality And Utility Oa Jan. 2, 8 bens pen No. 1 laid 8 eggs and 8 pallets pea No. 2 laid 5 eggs. My four pens were mated before Christmas, o am now ready to furnish eggs for hatching; book your orders at once and get in oa the early ones. A chicken hatched in February or March will win more prizes than a dozen hatched its May. Try WHITE ORPINGTONS for WINTER LAYERS a large eaiakft wilt as abuadaace at feataars ta keep them werae. The 48 aeat eua pullets which 1 bad Mated laid 18 eggs Mew Year's day, just a few days after a rough stem peried. Tka aigkt kema ia sen No. 1 Laid S eggt, axd tkc eight pullets ia pea No. 2 laid 4 egga. Egg $1 per 15 or $6 per 100 from my utility Quality Eggs $1.25, $1.50 and higher per 15. H. P. WETTENGEL Member American White Orpington Club Member Oklahoma State Poultry Federation ELGIN, -S-Vz-t-W M-S-W-C'4-K- Farmers' Champion WETTEWGEL & SO Mo, Purf...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 January 1917

-;? xfptyr T ' j&r ' -.' ' ft Our state Ufitlatort past an anti-cigaret law, aad - - - arc, walloped for uiinf booze in the state capitol building! ! FARMERS' CHAMPION ?1 VOL.VN ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1917 NO. IS S Thn Old Reliable desires, vhen you come to Elgin, lo bring your produce wacrc you will receive the highest market price. You vill also find your weekly wonta t prices at low au they can be sold legitimately. We Vill not make you a price on one article below its value and make up tho lose on some other, in other words rob petar lo pay paul. We havo staplu groceries, dry good;), shoes. Alto, we can furnish you with international Stock and poultry food at factory prices in 100 lb. lots, or by paclraj'c or pail; this is the time of year when your horse needs a. blood purifier, your cow a milJl and cream producer, yonr chickenr. an ejjjf producing compound, all of which arc insured i utu use c the above foods. Youra Anxioas To P!ea3e, 1TJP ."Va JK t A L. L...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 January 1917

Srtr' TV-" WW" -nk(, I -v THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION ?feV-'!f""""lV 1GEST1 GAS s Tex ii! ?2p"s SXsjpsr, tnrj saceitx. mem Jtwai yt tot lie Sati tus (v.'i. 5'ts -wart iu.xj Jertwat ! fMlMalCA B3tl Xtkd Ui-t I lati. r 3rr nasals, Nw Jtr. or Mr rr?to. k i A-rx ?? i IXx;tt pJU tCTSStLC karat ctftloac ta wr utl i? yan. Tr SVTW TJ XAFatf US fOi-ffr fBtCt. n rtxsxr r N &:ctc ir taity jat- imouI U itwc-k-r-fi' ret -St pet SaajT re at T tattrttM. lit irfeM J-1M yt twus ii rt.i: St aertcxiitsu aji rtf-tax yac itta xti jo jct eat fit jtr Inira Jt-Jiij tetBt !nr Ter tV iirreas xj r! u Tir'i rKtjirti gm it nuic "i. tit iucim& dlitruM ;it njitiirt-j ygtr tacui rtta it a fu-m. i iti fec. erwtxjjcc af 6(n! Itoi. Co tv taxi la iit aittti yet erer rex.. Vr f-etttar. x Urre 2iy tU raj af lxa Eiajtsmc Jratc xty tor Ten raHM tc rsatat i- cfi&Mj ic to ta nc fratt iiir Uoc drtafMtx c ki-i nantti., Air. tza, ariavts ' s i-v - w; 1 -&.- t -u xrtc0r - a'S b - raa t tsr. COVETED BY Ali ti of S...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 January 1917

- -wuhjuw &!& swe55?wffi? THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION AN APPEAL FOR FAIR PLAY When the Stomach, Liver and Bowels re bel, and Refuse to perform their regular functions, Play fair, Give Nature the help required, by trying HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Harih Intimation. He I suppose ymi llilnl; I couldn't mnke nny woman hiippy. Klu Yes, there Is r ji! womiin you could. lit Who's she? She Vour widow. GOOD FOR HUNGRY CHILDREN Children love Skinner's Macaroni ami Sparjhettl because, of its delicious tunic. It Is good fop them mid you im glvo them ull they mint. It Is u great builder of bono itnd muscle, mid locii not nmko tliem nertous mid Irri table like meat. The most economical Mid nutritious food known. Mnde from 10 finest Durum wheat. Wrlto Skin ner Mfc. Co., Oiiuilm, Nehr., for beau tiful cook book. It is sent free to mothers. Adv. Contrary Methods. "Ho tried to hung himself becmise tie was cut up." "And Jit didn't succeed because he uhk cut down." Important to Mothers Examine ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 January 1917

?T- 1 & zzz - ELGIN O K L A FARMERS CHAMPION -t-M I I i C : I i ' I i 8 H t i i I .' 1 oxt ja5i and ax delirencs s. c. V WHITE ORPINGTONS MATING LIST, JANUARY, 1917 PEN NO 3. Tais pen t fcrxd4 br tee 3rd pri: cccVer xt tie, 1915 k.ir:ri Stxte Ft. is s- PEN NO. 1. Kex5fd V i jse corVf rl. Ssw Flase. ' nrd b If ert i: te OxuhoAx Gd Sr: u' iar. Jxnsrr. 191S. xix wo Is m cort're it Kiaw sbo in Jxa.axrj. 1915 Tft? fcuM t-ery actare of bis s.r is very pxrtiralxr. tJ e Jxsnxrr 1: w&tm: x few rtv"J ?.?brr tax- lire did loDe-rtaa kr. iJ .:- to bin xr eij-st Ixrjr aa. of excel)! :!. wir!r frtwj 5 :o 5 12 f-..ie.A exea Foer of ta hs Are Ki br i cvl-e! froci : OUx"sx ; eaxsDjwoa ct Kr. xnd the ether fcor srore fcr&e tx" 'ft' Oo. Taey ,re he UTtr ad danrr tae ar; pert of Jarrp-j t i tifT Uc ar rr f-r dar Terx' dr Tsis pe-a il pro4mt aotc- -ianer ii Krlt &s ?o bwisd a? afreet. Efc fnsc tais pee 0pr 15. 0 Jiroan !! ociTJ froo ti$e fe?r5 wftrb4 SOeeatsi tfc l.rv: ? I Jr ter a. PEN N...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 January 1917

'rS ,,-, -.T "'WyfiSf. S K jp 7w - Sine Buffalo Bill aad Admiral Geo. Dawey hava botk diad, wt suppoia our Batioaa. idol will now ba-Taddjr Rootayalt FARMERS' CHAMPION VOL.V.' F.LC1N, CKLtelCMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, ! tta 10 ri i TABLET fraa. For example, n family of foar of school ujj, thay wonld bare t bo oaa dallnr's worth f gosi. Ai aa aitksr Hantara' Cttnm, Yukoa'a Bast, or Liwtaarx far $2.35 per sac's, oia sack to a family; 5 caai Pet rea?a an 15c asrk aval bea.n 25c, 2 cam 15c asparagus 25c, 2 doxan swaat pickles ISc, comb boaoy 15c, other This al will be for carh or prodeco. Don't forget tka dxte, S&tardxy, January 27, Tablat Day. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE. tiau,ims.mi:ja:x,j mS ajrigg3BCT3SCEgaa'uJKgr.efe-gaT;; izmnm D. E, Has shipment of from East Texas, o Washington, and 4 stock again to take a McAi bstfcar year's business than yaar' prosperous timss. 4 I a a j -a- .. -4 & Keep A Poitofficc. If jou wnnt to know people nnd know them well, Know them belter "than- I ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 January 1917

f o ' -t. rit' THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION . u t U ENDS DYSPEPSIA, NnRFCTflN m t "Papo's Diapepsin" cures sick, sour stomachs in five minutes Time Itl "Really does" put bad stomachs In prior "really does" overcome tndlgcs lion, dvspcpsla, gas, heartburn nml sourness In flvo minutes thitt Just that mnkos I'apo's Dlapopsln llio lar gest selling Btonmcli regulator In tlio world. If what you ont fcnncntB Into tutiliorn lumps, joii bnlch gas ami eructnlo dour, tmdlRoMod food and acid; head In dizzy mid aches; Iiroath foul; tongue conb'd, yourlnsldcs filled jrlth lillo nml Indlgostlhlo wnslo, ro tncmhor tlio moment "Papo's Dlnpop In" corned In contact w Ith tlia stomach nil such distress vnnlRhos. It's truly astonishing almost man clous, and tho Joy In Hit hnrmleBsness. A largo fifty-cent caso of Papo's Dla popsln will glvo joii a hundred dollars' rorth of satisfaction. It's worth Its weight In gold to men ml women who can't get tholr stom achs regulated. It oolongs In your homo should nln...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 January 1917

gafmwvjzffit ,. iT.'.r: ." J - . - Tr "y-cpflejrHrpr VfV? THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION Jk LT-.. B. The tablet salary sad I mat ilanraadls IMaaall IMTT Lightness Is tlio chief clnlm for nn llumluum. billiard ctio that a Nebraska to von tor litis patented. An ncro nf good fishing ground wilt produce tnoro food 111 n week tlntn tin Icrc of 1(tiil In n yenr. TO LIVE LONG! A recipe given by a famous physician for long life was : "Keep the kidneys In Sod order! Try to eliminate thru tlio in and intestines the poisons that otherwise clog the kidneys. Avoid eat ing meat as much as possible; avoid too much salt, alcohol, tea. Try a milk and vegetable diet. Drink plenty of water, and exercise so you rent tlio skin helps to eliminate the toxio poisons and uric acid." For tlioso past middle life, for those easily recognized symptoms of Inflam mation, as backache, scalding "water," or If uric acid in the blood has caused rheumatism, "rusty" joints, stiffness, get Anuric at the drag store. This is ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 January 1917

KLOIN. OKLA. PAKM1M CHAMPtON I ! Igf?- - - 1 J IJ "J! 'X K? :..-. h :::::: :::: c-w-m-h-j-v-x-m- i'v ) 1 I s. u WMiiiL ukf mk i uiNb MATING LIST, JANUARY, 1917 I sold anrt r1liararl 030 1 S. C, Yi'liila OipitiKioii ergs last J' week for settinnv laid since Jan. 2 5. Get our order in low and ,'. JXK "HI CUIU KVl Uj(Kr liuiu Will- ! J i ter lajers iUimtmefl Pens united battue Efir8 S 65. 81.00, PEN NO. 1. Headed by n Krnnd corker' I, Snow Flake, sired by 13- tuck at tu Okl ihomn Gold Spec ial shovn Junuary. 1D1G, also won 1st ns cnti.prel at ratne Hhow in January. 1915 Tl.is lnr.l is the very picture of his sire in j every particular, and on Jauo try lt "cored n few points higher than Ins s.. did in Decern btr. Mated to liirn are oijht Inrjjo hens of! excellent tpc, wi-iphinir from 8 to 812 pounds each. Tour of these hens are hired j bv 11 c tl.erel from the Oklahoma state champion cock, Kcno. and the other four, score hitrher thin ihev do. They ate heavy' laverg and duiini; the first...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 February 1917

. .-.' " ' iV'i'Ifl" "ft 'VrVKi Ji4fvV't-V 1 G Ul , '.' Now it's BONE-DRY OKLAHOMA! Definition: A erimso possess .ons drop of booze! Whee! You'll have to hurry! J ON VOL.VH EUW, QKLAH3MA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, I1MV NO. E4 n&ssz? J& Mm -& ,"a Jk v & Mi JL Bank Robbery. An mir.uccptfRfnl attempt was made to rob the Bsnl: of Eljiln Just night. Judging fum the looks of it today ono would think that it was Urn work of aimitt urs nnd not professional barkftob bora. Tho tools woro )pft Ivlng in t ho vault, a hammer and a chisel nmoni? them being secured at A. Itohlf 's blacksmith Bhop. A skel eton Icpv was iwd to cntnr thp p-utsi'le dour of the huii li"g. and it spenT- thut l'i- vuu't doors wore opened with tho chisel. Around tho right hand finfp dnnr, whih op job first, but had boon placed to conceal the px pbnjvea, but no snp wis nlaced around thft loft dnM The charge toro oppn tlif iron at thu lop of 4l. -J 1...1 Jl.l ... I.I. U - uir ui"'i Dili II1U IHIL mow ir"' .1 ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 February 1917

x THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION fr kH It.? I n ft! Hi hi i;i .11 J If ffc H 'V STOMACH MISERY GAS, INDIGESTION "Papc's Diapepsin" fixes sick, sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes. Tl!' In nTetainut-s a, I stomach dLstresa wi.l go No ind gest.oo heart bora, toarn'ii or beiching o! gas acid, or erurtal.ons of indigested food, no dullness bloating, or fov! breath Pap a Diapepsta is noted to; its peed in regulating apaex stoeaacfci. It Is th surest, quick d nxm cer tain tndtfMttos reanesty la tb wboe world and bu3s tt M barolMj. P cue fur yoar take, get & large fifty-tent cae of Pap' DUfpl3 fon tar itore sad pal yowr stomach right Don t keep oa b-Mng miserable life Is too short yew are not bwe long. o make your stay agreeable Eat what you like and digest It, en Joy It. without dread of rebellion In the stomach. Papon Diapepsin belongs In your home- anyway Should one of the fam ily eat something which doesn't agree. , with them, or In case of an attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastrit...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 February 1917

-- Hyyii v tf THE ElGIN farmers champion fadkk O RK CALOMEL SICKENS! IT'S MERCURY! DANGER I aim nimn nc nnm nil iicdto w natrrnKm Many Women in this Condition Re gairi Health by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. o . Convincing Proof Itldgway, l'cnn. I suffered from femalo trouble with backache and pain In my side for over Boven months bo I could not do any of my work. I was treated by three different doctors and was Betting discouraged when my sister-in-law told mo how Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound had helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my health, t,o I now do all of my housework which is not light as I have a little boy threo years old." Mrs. 0. 31. UiiiNns, Kldgway, Ponn. . Mrs. LliKlscy dow Keeps Houso For Sovcn. Tcnnlllo, Ga. "I want to tell you how much I have- lccn benefited liyydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable. Comjiound. About eight years ago I gol in such a lowstato of health I was unable to keep houso for threo in tho family. I had dull, tired,...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 February 1917

CjrTtfi.' ; f $ : ELGIN. OKLA. FARMKk v. H A M P I O N Just Received A shipment of men's and young men's suits and Extra Paats. Local News Items -i VM-fafcaVM-!- I'llltl t Arthur Vawtcr of Apscheli here today visiting relatives, Famous Sweet Toned Starek For S1p -Silver Wyandotte eggs $1.00 per 15. K. C.Choens. EUlSi K ?' bf ! Hi I'l l 1 l"nrNiiinr: r fcOmBS c Siioe ) f LEATHER IS HIGH! AAIi! WAR! We havs lots of shoes at the old price, and have the lar- gest spring stock of new and UD-lo-date shoes we have ' ver carried, at prices as cheap as they can be bought, quality considered. iThe Curlee Brand We guarantee to please you in style and quality. Lois us (sell you your next suit. Hats We have the best line of REAL UP-TO-DATE hats lever shovn here. We have hats for every taste. Buy your next hat of us. J. H. Willhite spent Saturday and Sunday witL his mother in Oklahoma City. , Qt n 'j W fi ry. tk tr KJ&WU Tl U' r OicJ Are cominf? in now. early vhile the stock plete. Buy is com...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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