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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 April 1914

"ji .; ' " H ' ' 1 y-iK i "r.T. i" 1 " P'.'t t-yr "? , 'i , 5.' iHiwVw, OiVJW Farmers' j j, V'. 1- VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914 Nnn s . "-- . i A -1 w ! 3 . . . - . . v ' . , inampion ; -. ... i. . -. -. ,-,,. .,.., .,,..,,.- ...i,ln...i,,L.t UillJU V i 13 t'i 7 ; : ! i -j ; ! ! ; ; i Shoe? ! Shoes! I Just received new line of ? I OXFORDS FOR 1 Men, women, lads and lassies. Styles, sizes and prices for EVERYONE : Young & . 5 -J ! fr ! v : Speaking April 3o. Hon. H. T. Laughbaum, su perintendent and attorney of the Okluhoma Anti-Saloon League, will speak in the Elgin Metho dist church Thursday evening, April 30. While he is speaking in this church, all should understand that the Anti-Saloon League is not a Methodist body hut is made up from all church denominations und many who do not belong to any church. The speaker is a very busy man traveling uver the state, so hus to set his own dates. He has made several trips to Wash ington D. C, is an able speaker 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. — 29 April 1914

.PTT-" tlOIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION J,-r'r-"' H r i ra: iJ WOMAN COULD NOT SIT OP Not Dm Her Own Work. Ly4m E. Pinkkurt Vet etv Ue Compound Helped Her. Iroeton, Ohio." I wta enjoying bet far health now than I hare for twelve years, when I b pan to take Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegeta- , ble Compound I ' could not lt op. I had female trouble j and was very m:- , ran. I nad the rtrnedies a year and i 1 can do my work I and for the last eight months I bare worked for other ' women, too. I cannot praise Lydia E. . Pinkhans Vegetable Cm pound enough for I know I never would have been an , well If I bad not taken it and I recotn Bend it to suffering women." Daughter IIelpd Also. "I gave it to my daughter when she was thirteen yuan old. She was in j school and was a nervous wreck, and could not iWp night. Now she looks so healthy that even the doctor speaks of it. You can publish this tetter if you , tike." Mrs. Rena. Bowman, 161 S. 10th Street, Ironton, Ohio. Why will women continue to suffer...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 April 1914

r-m- v- ...MziV" s. i j i !" , . j-t---vtt "' lwiyylr'rv' "-s, - i , ',i-;.Tf ELOIN, OKLA. F A II M E II 8 CHAMPIO N "- '. 9 fr 1 M HEIFER SUITABLE FOR Pink Pearl Official One-Day Taat: Morning, 38JS Pounda Milk; 4.3 Par Cent Buttarfat Evening, 38.6 Pounda Milk; 4.8 Par Cent Butterfat Commercial Butter 'Per Week, 28.14 Pounda. The flrat etep In the selection of a heifer aultablo for tho dairy herd ta to tako Into consideration both her sire and dam, especially tho alro, aa his traits are more apt to be dominant than that of the dam. Both parent stock should bo of good dairy strain. It either of them possess trong blood from any other breed, the offspring la very liable to Inherit the characteristics of tho beet type and bo utterly unlit for dairy purposes. Having ascertained Uiat the heifer's breeding la aultablo, her Individual traits next ahould bo considered. Choose the heifer with a trim, well formed head, wide between tho eyes; Urge, dilated nostrils, denoting deep respiration;...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 April 1914

4", iS-W'!p;Wt" ' . u r, 4 lrl U r ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION LV' i i A I W Mb O ournmer lime Has Come Why sweat over a bjg coal cooker? Get one of our oil or gas stoves and keep cool and comfortable. Badger Lumber Co. ;T. R. Bennett, Mgr. Elgin, Okla. UiittttiHttHttmttitt Farmers' Champion Wettengel and Sons Publ'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, April 29 Entered as second-class- mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoflico at Elgin, Oklahoma, under tho Actof March 3rd. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION! Ono year. $1.00 8lx months r.Oc Your suDscrlptlou lius expired or IU explro with tilts Ihsiiu It tlieiw Ih a cross (X, on the mm pin oppuultu this notice rnonri"iiifw rn,n -f- - -! - -- ADVERTISING BATES: Display iuIp, 12 1 -Scents per lucli for each Insertion. DlacomitH rivoii on largo ndti. All a-Jvortlslnp matter run until paid und ordered out WVXV- Bad Eggs. The "bad egg" season is fast approaching and already there have been complaints about bad eggs being put on the mat'Ket. One pe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 6 May 1914

Vs V Ufi - .jljp Vi4 Si, . J'V TO v lV :- ,-fiJW1 tr afc,", f iT-W. fVt Farmers f tls:m.i A&fr &? fe.t:;i ' .?... ...' ! ' H ilrw r ,(" v v ' r: AZrM . f I . w .' ri f hotvi mi leTl I JI1 Jl as fjansiieapnB aBB aaa naniaw najw aaaa. . bbt- rr ' M. t .-T r ; u . r '. M VOL. IV. v 4 Shoes! Just received OXFORDS FOR Men, women, lads and lassies. Styles, sizes and prices for ' EVERYONE I V Young & Walker : ... .j. .5. .j. .j. Frank Hall. In this issue of the Champion will be found the announcement of Frank Hall of Lawtoti as a candidate for sheriff of Coman che county, subject to the dem ocratic primary on Aug. 4. Mr. Hall was born and raised on a farm and has also been in the drug business for eight years. At the time of the open ing he drew a farm near Hast ings and has resided in Coman che county ever since, the last four years being in Lawton. Eight years ago he was elect ed on'the board of county com missioner and served one term. Two years ago he was again e lectcd com...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 6 May 1914

- -"-'Vl of t 's'vTW i -R. ,? f lt53S OZLi yjLjRJCXJliJ C2AX?JOJ KH5FUITD TKETIUra fiBEKfci. SLMOHCr 1 &.VJ -woiact: : trtW e samTt 3ntw-' m iy rtin s !-. stinmtiv ci iut jsWwJV Ml AHMIST1CE mbu naia i Mwciiwriiiia! i , Ji wrwtwtiii i iww iiMiit iir tM- s . t5w t.a. TOEACCO CLEANSE nu MHS Oiilit Difctorr S HAJfPOfttrS Batsarn of rvc-k,: fciiam- Sanuca. 1Zm.&&fcrx, Ci fltiaiW, f utm 2kidic, CULSmtvOWA, awi JI a waa ft 5ta.i ,WL r' SPECIAL TO WOKEN "IS aw tvjiumr3& CiimtSttic tuiC prvlrUUtl. f tu uaUmHjnnx it, A vJhivIk ixmz(r; Pvmiter v Jit. L tuvAflttsU ini tKHp'jl 'r 6vw3o St 4tvuiihr 'JJ"t, lutuitutuuuw. tr tbvfubtn. V wm '.uiuu utif! -tw auMt lr Vttmiiut il J tin jjv niiuu v . -Jl rOii. j "iiunui. jKivtiiViuv a iu x-wntuni(j destine St liitftr 3viiu- vuvuyin,6uv mlu tfitbtti, "itlC. Jvt 1U mtyWWroy 31 k "vst j vcia -hi jw,c . 4rvceU Wk iH'tx tfi; -w V -luull 73 usiwi. 7.U. svm MvetVL. 3twc DEFIANCE STARCH J0ETHiV5 OF DIFLMJ.1 ""Jft'lmt iv jvv uuuit l -rrjif .tut f...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 6 May 1914

'"fjpK"!- "9K 'vwjt.Tm'zm f'iW tf 'i w ? i ffV'.f.if -j. i Ai'r' "V ' ' 1"W . savv y i M -t ' ' i. u m 3v' FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN to Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vf table Compound Dispelled Backache, Headache and Dizziness. Plqua, Ohio. " I would be very tm grateful If I failed to Rivo Lydia E. I nnkham's Vegeta ble Compound the praise it diserves, I lor I have taken It at different, times and it always re lieved me when other medicines I failed, and when I hear a woman com plain I always rec ommend it Last win ter I was attacked with a severe case of organic weakness. I had backache, pains In my hips and over my kidneys, headache, dizziness, lassltudo, had no energy, limbs ached and 1 was always tired. I was hardly able to do my housework. I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound on one other occasion, and it had helped me so I took It again and it has built me up, until now I feel like a new woman. You have my hearty consent to use my name and- testimonial In any way and I hope It...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 6 May 1914

. R 71 lTV y v ' " l'l ,'H ir ti i !' a " A ' Vjf tfn'V- UJ Spring Time Is the time to get a New Harness. When the old one keeps break ing, the time taken to get it fix ed is worth more than a new one costs at the Badger Lumber Co. T. R. Bennett, Mgr. Elgin, Okla. ttmmmmzntmm Farmers' Champion Wettbnghl and Sons Publ'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, May 6 Entered as second-class mat ter, December Urd, 1912, at the postoflicu at Elgin, Oklahoma, under tho Actof March 3rd. 1879. SUD30JIIPTION: One year 11.00 Six months f0c Your subscription lias expired or will expire with this Issue If ttwro Ih a cross (X on the margin oppotilta this notlco. MWWWMMMM ADVERTISING RATES: Display nils, 12 1-ScontR pur Inch Tor each luseitlou. DlicountH glvmi on large ads. All nlvnrtlslng nmtter run until paid mid ordered out WNNMMM Burned Cards. Within the vision of more than 5,000 persoriB a match was touched to'hundreds of packs of playing cards at the tabernacle last night, and while flames con ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 13 May 1914

""V.XiKuimi. r X.r . u "' Vk !'k . f :t1 .r & -4 pM'HMtH y yjU ) 't 1 ,l V i Fa A r P f if r ;; Jt . iik' '; .' VOL. IV. 4- pDNESDAY, MAV NOJt a cipnM Champion . F'1 13, 1914 :t h Touched On High Taxes. Rov. A. R. Spicer, pastor of the Christiun church at Lawton, spoke here in the Methodist church Saturday evening in be half of the Law and Order League of Comanche county. He gave :i very able address and said many pood things. He stated that the League is made up of men from all politic al parties and has never endots ed any rmdidate for office. He advised all voters to investigate the past records of candidates before voting at the August pri maries. He spoke about the lawless element being the cause of our high taxes and said that it is the business of every tax payer in the entire county to help the League in its law enforcement in order to keep down the taxes. 8th Grade Examination. The next Eighth Grade exam ination will be held Thursday and Friday, May 14th and 15th at the...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 13 May 1914

eftffl3 ' m '.".I , tpn vrav J r - - s. "j ,7 ELGIN. OKLA, ITXRM'e'r 8 CHAMPION u 5? 3w,; .. r 'S H uj j LI VT VIC If IMPROVED DAIRYING aBaBaBBBCrmr- -1 Th More Valuable the Herd and the Higher Developed They Are In the Way of Dairy Production, the More fierious the Problem for the Man Who It Trying to Build Up Hie Herd and Increase the Average Production. 'Prepared by th. l'nlti Statu Depart ment of Acrtrulturt ) The owners of a farm In Virginia which wa managed In the old fash ioned way kept 16 cows and sold their butter In the local markets for 27 to SO centa a pound. The herd consisted of ordinary cows of mixed breeding, which were allowed to run most of the year, but were tied up In the"over aboot" at milking time. In 1911, be coming dlaaatlsfled with results, the owners decided to ship cream to Washington. D. C This waa found to be more profitable, aa they received 45 to 60 centa a pound for butterfat; but on the Orst visit of the district Inspec tor the building were pronounc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 13 May 1914

w"fflim&iSF; TPTf ni " I i i . j , 1V ' ! x.Tit f; a."! . fl '. li. tv,:s." ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 1 4 & v V. ; i ft, OWNEItS UP MAXWELL-BRISCOE 2-Cylindcr Cars May Now Purchase Repair Parti for These Cart Direct from Us AkhJ-Wt&WX ml THE CARLSON MOTOf, TKUCK rOMPANV IMS BFtN TERMINATED IN 2V5 EA.XP'-AND J"n NAXwru. iah-any "AS OBTAINPB AN EXCLUSIVE LICENSE TO IUPPIY THESE PARTS TO MAXWELL OWNERS. lariy aim i Muweii uigiHDf tuim fnrnUhlna rrtn- MtMlderl t'ara. :ti nl-lajtnn in rumiDuo 10 mrniin ui ownrra or fara. it .Car Ilrnal m ftanalNvut uira ana u a-iwii "Frli nuiDTVHiit l.niuniDUI HUUir id MUW)I a-t'vllrjdr ran. ranal. t;mami bta Motor Mnaamamulrmdfnnll(aan1UnipiFta. Be ar of itjb.tlfota part. All part at remark vi j aww I'nrvvt Owacr. r rli drrtcl for Mn tltt el Gtaria. "arts Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation Newcaatle, Indiana BLACK LOSSES SURELY PIODffEB It Cattar's BlMklM Pllla. tow VncnL rraah. raiuutj pwf erred by iMtarn atiKa.mn. bactuM tS.y ratMt hkar M...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 13 May 1914

w- 4 a h K '. ' tV ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 1 'V&T K.:- j !, R i?-1 h If I to U ) , ti: V ,l7'fV 4. 4 :- t The SILO Season Is here. Order now and get them up be fore the busy season, sets in. Get an : Indiana Stave Silo. Made the strongest, price the lowest, and sold on the easiest payments. H.P. Elgin. -r ! -S" Farmers Champion r Wettewgel and Sons Publ'li's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, May 13 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the po3to0ice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1879. -UJiSCllIlTION: One year si 00 Biz month 50c Your ausscrlptloti Iiuh explti.-d or III tp!re wlilj this Issue If thorn Is a eiov (X on the margin ojujobIIo this notice. ADVERTISING nATEO Display ftdt. 12 1-2CCUU per Inch for each Insertion. Illscnuuth given on larre rls. All -.rprM-Iti .miter rim until paid anil ordered out Essentials Neglected. It is n lamentable fact that our public school system is drift ing from some of tho essentials of education to othe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 May 1914

i,. . a'r ' : Vi ': i ?;r- ,,f "tii '" 5 i V?"W' " " ? i "1S . w 1 4ki Farmers' Champion 3f 1 ! K . h.Ch y- n J VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1914 NO.32 M ' I'M Last Day Exercise. The Elgin public schools will close on Friday of this week and in honor of the occasion the school will give a literary pro gram in the auditorium Friday evening, to which all are invited. The literary society will give n one-act comedy entitled, "Taming A Lion," which no doubt will be full of interest for both young and old. Good work has been done in the schools during the year and the patrons and public in general should show their appreciation of same by attending these ex ereises and giving encourage ment to the work. MISSIVES FltOM MISTLETOE Old mother earth is once more full of water, for it has rained for three days. Most every one in this neigh borhood is about done planting cotton. Wheat never looked finer but if these big rains continue to come the crop will be damaged. Millard Ri...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 May 1914

-i$sr&9mr'' i ELGIN. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION rl H06-RAISING AS PROFITABLE BUSINESS ! JREPAK,NG THE SHD To Coo! a Bun n jI fit ' : Hi! 1 ) I !' . IN L! RATHER DEAD THAN AUVE DeaWiWe CWib'e ef Laaakk Lij Wae Treaties MskipSti UtiJ Life Becase Akari Unbearable Lasttia. Gt-lira G X Sroti, ef tin ;itt says 1 itfereil with ei ciaS as-d ferer aad aa iry Irrtraltr Was Um :ixi aid riMi. iirt cJ breath, cor -tat is aty borwoiri T-Jtiott tt beiac & Vcnfes. aa-d tit ! . raa sadlerta?: aatcid aUi- .? 1 r 'ft i aa.d it 1 1 ta iere I -nreii ratier it itta dtd thaa aBie. 2 trx aaaay r.ree. b tiey laded a.-- iet ase. rvaatrr I ?trrtujii :-r i.ju- of Car-dri. the -sooaa'i tout. td V-faa taiiar K iarir to dtreeaaoa Car-do. ietrd a ricis fir 1 g. One U sated air jt 1 caaaoc ;ci1h Ci-rf eaowth tc y lady ireaiix H i e-riaiory t? axdtctae for rrfJeriar. lirf If yet hare taj f tit t--, w eesrnma 5 cs. or if yoa e- tit aed of a pffci. itreair-heitfrr.t Ttit rrr to at fr catat a trio. It its ie;.d ti-4...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 May 1914

K ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION - , twH ft.. 1 WESTERN CANADA'S PROSPECTS FOR 1914 Excellent Spring for Work and Wheat Seeding About Finished. The wrltor has Just returned frohi an oxtenslve trip through tlio Prov inces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, In Western Canada. Tho crop conditions are the very best, and no one locality seems to have an advan tage over another In this respect. Tho uniformity In growth Is rcrnarkablo, and In all parts of the tlireo provinces spring wheat at tho tlmo of writing, May 10th, Is well above tho ground from two to tlireo Inches. Consider ablo fall plowing was dono last year, and this, with tho summer fallow, la already seeded, bo that practically wheat seeding Is over by this dale. Evorywhoro tho farmers aro busy and tho wbolo country presents ono great sceno of activity threo-horso, four horse and flvo-horso teams nro busy preparing land for barloy, oats and flax. On somo of tho larger forms batteries of steam and gasollno out fltB aro at wo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 May 1914

B??J?i5pp!P ' r " IV ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPIOW m r f. & s Farmers' Champion Wettengel and Sons Publ'h's. Published Ever' Wednesday Elgin, May 20 Enter-id a3 sconJ-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912. at the poatofnce at Elpn, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. aLKaCKiPTlON ttce year. . .... tl.Wi Eli cccUu . . 5c Your uoterjpui.n his eiplrtd or -ml erpJre vita this Usae If ttrs H x erctj (X. on t carets oppcniu this codec ADVERTISING RATESs Display ads. li 1 :uli pr loci for tich lcjtriifu Discount j.rn oa Urge tuis. A.1 adirrrtislnr Batter run until paid and ordered out Divorce NtilL Statisticians are constantly holding up to our paze the ap palling divorce rate of this coun try. Nowadays one mirrijre in the average six is dissolved by thA pwirM. Oklahoma is doint? all in its powr u keep the bat tint: average hi?rh and r' divorce mills have the justification of the statutes to show for a de fense. f hos. who have studied the divorce problem declare that the remedy li...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 May 1914

&twi - $ IC-W' . P'-th ' n . 5.. ;:t x. v;;,. FWmers' Champion VjV - i" ; r - .", rv j?" o If s lO' at' 'A VOL IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1914 NOW & amxmiismyssw f JL P 9i :k Vv4 I'M : : .5. To The I have bought out the interest of R. M. Young and will continue the business at the old stand. You can get good bar gains here for cash. Just received new ship ment of shoes. Bring in your poultry, produce, and cream. G. W. Walker Employed Principal. The Elgin school board met Saturday night and re-employed J. H. Willhite as principal for the coming school year. The other two places were not filled at that time. Miss Mae Carter, the primary teacher, has boon offered a school near her home at Sterling at $70 per month, and she will likely accept the oiFer. Roosevelt Coming. John P. Hickman has announ ced that Mr. Roosevelt will de liver ten speeches in Oklahoma in the interest of the progressive state ticket. He also announced that Albert J. Beveridgo of In diana, Vict...

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 May 1914

SWWn: r rswfrw" 'st' -"j!- !", 'U r i' f ' XLGc 3C OILJL T 3K 3e Z 3E S C3AK?IOJf J Mi V fit i 11 i -5? ; f K V V. .. , xm m AS A mowB ra CANADA'S ?LX SKT 0CTS CrOATS i2rte linn .JiM Iflnl rTTT . i ia.f- ki m v M ' tm "Ma Hat: j 'fijB5xt r 'sl - taw- ia. ialf raejteifrog. vat. wna ?w awwus liinrrirrcr. & x wr tf . -Sii- iCinc ia shIk tr Ian fc tnlr rtmnafcxir uciP irna Uinst Vro.- tfcre tar Tfay 3 TV tH-: octt ufcx. m varxKitiw!. itrfti-nsiiL. 11k rgr-inir ami - ts jnr -Bj ila. xm tnflij ia i sSSEXTUlS XEEDED TO PfiODUCE HHKERS Carragj St GsSiTip Sri lf.au "JDpw away iwhw-j ifciiw,Mt. rf AJww. V JCar t- Imuhbj jaii-ma, taM i tfl- ji-aiiii'y mn wmk rf m f WMl KM4M Xa-tqat awntmwC 9W sn agaaMKnMrMf JMlJMfc 1'W.A. r fM jmwc navt irvr.mr fUmulu, mamt jju "SW Mif BMt mrf truant ttMtt JBHWT -Hit III WW tMwk MM "-M, atari Wr D r jmMm. fit iy -)( Stb Srrf Ittifox m lm Citi. " UUMtUUUtt t. X-tt ( TO 1J1 Tlrt -, , piv vtr i ni -jbj jw- r- nlln MtittwL mml. trim uftnajw aajOiL & MMi.4t...

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 May 1914

!!, w ""?r- V ry VpfS -- (- - - f- V f "flVf''' ?rry W7 ; V- 7,' . t m, 4 W JV ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION t!): &- FAILS TO SECURE .RECOGNITION Uif Owe Frieidi Auert Could Net Recognize Her Whea Brought Face to Face. Arritts, Va. Mrs. D. J Ilowen, of this town, makos tho following state ment: "For 20 years I Buffered with womanly troubles, and although I tried different treatments, 1 did not .get any relief. I was unnblo to look after any of ray work, and tuy f Herds thought I ould not get well. Finally, I began to take Cardial, tho woman's tonic, and 1 hadn't taken one-third of tho first bottle, before I could notlco Ha good effects. Now I can do all my work, feel like I'm not mora than 16 years old, but am really iD. My own friends say I look so well, thoy don't recognlzo mo when wo meet In tho road. My daughter Is using Cardul, and ho says It Is a fine medicine. I also have a number of lady friends taking It, slnco they found out how It holpcd me. Whenovcr I feol n llttlo f...

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 May 1914

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