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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 September 1914

Hfe i-r-r u 'ny sr; '!? jllRr " '&", 1 h . Farmers' Champion w 'i 'sa VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914 NO4t ,fc I V : j Village School Shoes New shipment just received. See these shoes before The Prices Are Right. The Quality It Right. The Shoes Are Right. School Satchels Free For every pair of school shoes sold we will give one rubber school bag worth 25c, FREE. A car load of flour Justin. Call and get prices. They are the best. G. W. I ? , On The Elgin Routes. L. C. Chamberlin on route 2 is very Bick, his ailment being un known by the physician. The houso of Jake Brakebill on route 2 was strucK by lightning early Monday morning. The family was all in the collar at the time but his wife, who wan on her way there and ahe receiv ed a light shock. The horse which Carrier Buck ley drove on route 1 Monday took flick while out on the trip and he lind to secure Joe Carter to bring him to town. , John El3as3 moved from his place on the star route the first of 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. — 16 September 1914

??y 'w"nw"'r SSSEEIraE r r ccj -1- 1 'r. V'" i: "'j,sj- ' V .' -' ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION y feC 3. i i "i Ft" fc ifv m: R ( i . p p.. . f ' . MSJ ... ftOfc- SPUR FARM LANDS Aftcy tiraers ate aakiru: a hard or rfouMfaJ Jlrtcc oa hiKb-pnr4 iirdf la locsi(ti-t cr-i Hh lart feats, or ftuojf. or dretchl. or vtexJ rUgsie or other eceaii to saccessfal Urn lot The end of each year 2nd Use and entrcr practically itJ so prosre made. Spar Farm Lasdi offer relief from tbee coadlUoas. The tenant oa the high-priced laadi fortber eait can make a pymnt aad be matter of hit oa acres here. Any tool farmer caa par tor lien frox the products thereof The Spar Tarra Lands offer productlre, virgin lands easily coltirated at low prices aad on easy term. Spleadld cropt are raited without Irrigation No boll eTll ever known here. Altitude 2.000 to 2 COO feet Considering the reliable prodoetlon of there Uidt, prices are loet la Teraa, new country, settling test, aplendld climate, no malaria, chills or fe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 September 1914

ttflitomimitajthBtmmXi&wimititmm " v': 'S . ,u: U r5 j'' -r , ?r ,r . t ill x y c: vvi ih' 1 -O" t' no V ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION MriMMiiMMMi ALLIED ARMIES ADVANCE RAPIDLY IN THE WEST Jtl V. !" Rfmtmbir thTlm and th Plao Opens TuMday SEPT. 22 OtottrS Saturday OCT. 3 Vy wv'a OKLAHOMA 0ITY j ; it ry SEPT 11 1914 0T. I fr f i m 3si ai&r v11'. . hi' Sixty -five Miles Covered in Six Days Fight ing Says General Joffre; Berlin Re port Admits Retreat. h 1 m Only Meuse Valley and Luxemburg Left Open to Teutons; Forces of Crown Princes Surrounding Verdun Uordeaux. The minuter of war, Atexnndro Mlllr-rnml, Sunday commu nicated to tha cabinet tho following telegram which hu received from 0 en oral JoHro, communder-ln chief of tho Trench forces "Our victory Ih ronflrii'pil as more complete, I'vcrywhcro tho enemy Ib in retreat. Everywhere tho aermnns are abandoning prisoners, wounded and munitions of war. "After heroic offorts on the part of our troops iIurltiR this formidable "strug...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 September 1914

'Ptyjfcri 3 ' j m t rfc n 4' .j. .j. .j. .5. : . Will You Visit Lawton At uur bxpenscr We will pay your railroad fare one mile both ways for every dollar purchase you make. More than this, wo offer the largest colllcction of ladies' ready-to-wuar garments, millinery, waiBts, skirts, furs, staple and fancy piece goods, in southwest OKlahoma. We leave it to you us a judge of merchandise bb to tho values we offer. t Three Special Assortments Fifty coats, Bovonty five suits, and thirty dresses inclu ding the most popular all wool series and novelty weaves, beautifully lined with yarn dyed silk and smartly tailored over tho most clever fashions at only $10. One hundred tailored suits, fifty coat ' and fifty dresses selected from tho world's most famoiiB garment makers, with all the refinement and finish of the highest priced gar ments made, pure wool series and novelty weaves with nil the newest trimmings. Values well Up to $22 for only 915. An endless collection of tho season's most pop...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 September 1914

rf ', n i (T- ..' ' O . KB MftfW - tr- j !'.' n 'J ' V wi( Farmers' Champion L ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, lt!4 VOL. IV. NOJf Wt i KN - l V- 1 .'J SnnnnSaaBBnnttBBSaaaSnTrTT IF" m m if. ti x el mm 1 i&ii "" J School Satchels Free t For every pair of we will give one rubber school bag at. oe. rnrr 1 wurui A9vt rnciij! a W. Walker "( On The Elgin Routes. Claud Montgomery and wife of Shawnee came Saturday for a visit at the home of hia father. Sam Montgomery on route 1. Carrier Buckley made his first attempt to carry the mail with his car Friday morning. Some thing happened to it when he reached the home of A. W. Dock urn and he bad togetnleam there to finish the trip. Everything was very quiet on routes 1 and 2 the latter part of last week, most of the natrons being gone to the Sterling fair. On Friday morning the car riers balked on some drenched alory" pipers widen had "been In the wrecc up in Missouri and had to leave them in the office to dry out. School commence...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 September 1914

..j if ih ( nf laundering can b FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK JACKS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF MARES !F0R B0ARD,N6 SCH00L 5RL WARDROBE NEEDS -0T CAREFUL SELECTION. Ill II J J 11 h i i; r. ;v r A Weavk, Narrcws Stffl RMtond to HeaJtk hj Ly atia E. KaJrJwa. . Vf- Kaaoa, Mlm. "I an gU& to My L)dUE. Plnkhatn's Vegetable Lomnoaail Mi don or for m taaa anything- ks, sad I bad the beat pbysl dan here. I m eo weak and Dervoae that I amid not do ay work tad suf fered with pains low down in my right tide for a year or more. I took Lydia E. Ptakham'a Vege table Compound, aod now I feel like a different person. I beliere there k nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compoond for weak women and young girU, and I woald be gUd if I could Influence anyone to try the medi cine, 5or I know it will 5o all and much more than it U claimed to do." Mrs. Cuuu Fiunks, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple crett Farm, Kaaota, Minn. Women who ssffar from thoae dis tressing ilia peculiar to their aez shook! tie convinced ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 September 1914

'if lri: ET6' S3 u V rv. Ti' L' , 'I i .-. X v , f7- v fcL ; ? A J A woman Isn't necessarily Industrie us because she has a busy tongue. 'westers old rkuam.b cm wvteb sue. UMd. lw.w waiueTBkSH hart! I" Both Affseted. "Singing In the grand opera expands the chest." "Yes. The chest and the head." Proven. "Her rather thinks a great deal of ou." "Huh! He refused me her band la marriage." "That proves It." Better Nsme. The dog was a curious creature with short body and long dangling ears. The newsboy owner was proud, how ever, as he held It In leash. "What hlndo purp Is It?" asked an acquaintance. "Dachsunt," replied (ho newsle. "Dash hound?" "Thnt's what I said." "Dash nothing" tho other contempt uously retorted. "It looks more ltke a lyphen." Youngstown Telegram. Empty Titles. The emperor of Austria, It has been noted, lays claim to the title marquis of Antwerp. If all European sov ereigns could make good their minor territorial titles there would. Indeed, bo a reconstruction of tho ma...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 September 1914

ft? PW i jggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg ? ima&SfflS BBlr KVr v- Hrs'i u Wi t III- : a!iE$ 1$ .15 iras i IW fift & Sv P 1 .? I J&f r v m H it I " I SB . " Sfl. - U m. "V 'Sfa Tj-1 11 i . f Mg'gWtgi ilx l. 1000 Wanted Of Middling Cotton At 9c. To show our willingness to holp the farmer got the top price for his cotton we will buy one thousand bales at 9c per pound giving our Purchase Tickets which are negotiable and the same as cash at our store. Watch this space for our quotations, they will always be above the market. We have absolutely one price which is marked in plain figures and is the same whether you buy with certificates or with cash. Tell your friends and neighbors about this liberal offer, also that Koehlers have the largest line of seasonable merchandise in southwest Oklahoma. Watch Our Announce ments For Special Prices p. KOEHLERS "THE HEART OF LAWTON" Farmers' Champion WMnwoEL and Sons Fubl'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, Sep...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 September 1914

'.! i iWMfl)(AHw'wHif I tcmorMvwtArnii V M4 , FaIrmers, Champion 3- 0 VOL IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 NOJ1 5t ,'r .f 5SS9B a! , V' vZ The above are samples of the styles of shoes found at our store. Remember we are still giving a school satchel free with every pair of school shoes sold. G. W. WALKER Secured Three Firsts. On his buff Rock chickens ex hibited at the state fair, T.Ryan secured first prize on cock, first, second and third prize on pul lets, and first prize on best pen of five, being one cock and four pullets. Securing these prizes by Mr. Ryan puts Elgin on the poultry map of the state. There are some fine birds on exhibit there which in evidenced by the fact that one Barred Rock cock sold for $40 on the fair grounds. FARMERS I .a BRING YOUR COTTON TO THE J ELGIN GIN, where class ginning, and price for cctton, or house to score u in. B. V. HAMILTON, ! 25 Cents Returns $35. Last Wednesday when the Champion had about 15 papers printed a man came into...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 September 1914

" 1111 T -,??Tfypij;,i"l,",'Twv " r ?., ,"" - I . ELCIS OKI. A ?AXtS CSA ? I O EXQTH6 TfflP OF STUDENTS IH Tkt u llL I Gsfcirtf Man Relate Adventures in 2!lgnim 'Atone Sennans A'ert Saiagiflff JL em muei ee8aee Pr! UHMMin m me e 'Aisartoaa ear SUieaftoajr Lost una; af TaHit B-wueWiaf Cty ay Trte Tiasrtpa of no s.mmvr KuKtvti Mtmmjnr f mo UiLWanitun jl lfcw Sorvtei LyMukm. Two ofttrd mliiiwii aMa nni n ir a mhmi Mtmm 7- w ir au Tbur jmonwl - "luriUKU .neat aanwara. mrat Ik BramMd Aii-' haw'lo I.i"ai aoat 'laMwlwm 'm it IM. A J Ottwo atlit '.l. Utr- . warn arjsainiwitWHl uy Mottor ' Sard nauttrmlia.i' and '' m de far Otnaud arrwwta in atuaiimilo All JbMU 19 A wmtl JT mm aMrC ed mc oa Kt ptttwan otont aV , hmiwhii atui tr ami. jt w prodnMr M n ftwn Akn w fea) a xnml MMwvtMltM or rnuHtlt iMMt 5r- nma Mt V UHMtUltMl Uk 0 Ihwih at all aloilif l.i mu4 IWAiMa Uh4. f tTi n-f m dmUii4ml ty Sn ' muu annwlioi MM mnr mrnnM aa. j rhnir U"laiiKln In Dna JW wt wK I 2SSZZ An fVWHit atty wum Me a ty ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 September 1914

axra - -. j-9 flJl(VFW my- ""T'. 3T" WV WWW SFT-fcrasai ftW TY. -ipi 4: ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 4: Rub-No-More is the slogan of the up-to-date woirian. She uses RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER because it cleans clothes quickly without rubbing and disinfects them at the same time. fallowing thp fruit situation call nt 1 totitlon to the rnct that In almost nil RUII-NO-MORR ''olesnlii markets peaches for can WASHING POWDER "ItiR 9ml pteforvlng are very bountl Is a sudless dirt re- ful mid urn hnlm- B..t,i ,, rliwii ml. tfaatJaTv W jKt&iiraei a '- A. iiiovi-r lor clothe. 117 l - '. Ulllll fTL l sinks. lollflt nn, w ia ia ,r nii.n. vaii, iiaHa li4PP cleans and sworliin ?T3 jour milk crocks. It STiwiis kills Rirros. It doej '' "'- ..... H...I f.A .. .... w. mvcu iiui naivi. RUB-NO-MORE RUB-NO-MOKE Washing fonder Cirbo Naptha bop Five Cents All Grocers The Rub-No-More Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. A GOOD COMPLEXION GUARANTEED. USE ZONA POMADE tho beauty powder compressed with healing agents, j...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 September 1914

'$$& 4 1" J v Tik tMvs 5-r ivr iertAe r a-sy vttr cstiMsp yrbits u t.0 best votm; it urj ;ok- TWee Spend CoMections Of Osadrea' Dreiwau 7fcJd 703 .St vrJer by su. wiS preps.? tT catr Z, ifjvi. if tlA? -- sX sp iv rir wafAH: lA&nivsawz. Lvt 1 'fin tHvz vbvst Zft 'uuj&uvqk Bute rxiz&vs. id p?is Atetwi. iirat tzi itsc ooiwn. 1141- tris trt Isl 2 au.ir of twr sa sVr ttseiiJt- && &zzht3ut wi snirtf eaten, bra r jiari: dmki, znr d tiziii. jj tw tv t- jtan. retJLr -rbespar taut jru: eta b?y tLt u.trifc! ixd -ixt tia. .: wsJf -&5c It2 A prb vAtravs vl yexr.j r6 saue vt Krtr K'srexstzi mts s.te& . tiad tir.r. T rv, iv.it ax U i-at&r: yATt. a. voir YLZ': We tin to cvj&irsi vmx yn viS ud ttju. xiei 'r 4- ;.'vi. b be itvsrtd tt o?r KOEHLERS "THE HEART OF LAWTON" ' jr t, ,, 4, , j, , i, ,,, J. ,',,',', r ',',, 'r ', ', r rr J J, FauTncrs Champion Elfifiy September 30 ZsSxtv a OTd-Iajt maV ( That stit bas joei had iu e jrr, DBbr ; 3rd, 1312. at the ig 3...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 October 1914

US nWWWWBifcMJWI w!, ,y . - - if. it - 1. u ;. a; Farmers' Champion , 'H tbt- mr la. n 1 4.1 M A VOL. IV. JOHN FIELDSrELGIN ! Oct 24 I1-HliMfip"" iLVIamgoMw nli smMMr M The above arc samples of the styles of shoes found at our store. Remember we are still giving a school satchel free with every ivur of school shoes sold. G. W. WALKER! Mrs. Jennett Crosby, county superintendent of schools, was here Sunday attending the sing ing convention. FARMERS BRING YOUR COTTON TO THE Mattf iv.f 1 EJAiliN urn, wnere you can gee nrsc 5 cIam ginning, and highest market price for cetton, or a bonded ware- house to store it in. B. V. HAMILTON, i MANAGER I 30 Bales First Day. The work of niacins the roof - tag 4ii the Elgin Bonded Cotton warehouse was completed Fri day noon and the doors were all finished Saturday morning. The farmers commenced at once to store cotton therein and 30 bales were stored Saturday from almost as many men, which shows that they appreciate the opportunity of having a good dr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 October 1914

, j'V ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION NEW FRENCH EXPLOSIVE KILLS BRESLAU MAY BE BESIEGED BY RUSSIANS EVERYTHING WITHIN 400 YARDS I London. "One wonders what kind lf shells '.he French must hnve been using to cause a regiment of German Infantry to dls In their trenches, standing bolt upright and still holding their rifles In firing attitude." re marked n London paper the other day, and another correspondent quotes an American member of the Crola Itouge as having seen "the German trenches the French guns had left them, but with dead In such a posture as the (world had never seen since the de stroying angel passed over the Thills tlno camp In that avenging night of Bcrlpture, a silent company of ghosts." Hut there- Is no secrecy about what 1s now an open secret, "Turplnlte," the latest French ' hell-producer," Is the Invention of M. Turpln, the "parent" Inventor of melinite and lyddite, which latter Is merely so named because the first eiperlmcnts were made by Lydd, In Kent, In presence ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 October 1914

ri mm I ' ' 5fwwl"Tif1't' '- ' nn?i ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION etter iscuils Baked Wiii You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuits tlinn those , baked with Calumet They're alwayt rood delicious, For Calumet in jures pcricct baking. RECEIVED 1CHEST AWARDS WrMP.rrooJ Eapoeteioa, ChkMe, HUSO. 'ute Eapoettloa. franca. Match, 111 12. ) M& I A, I m fip' fc LK'NOl ktol KS .fA.HJNowrtJ CAO via yea bar eleee er Mf a: ewJer. Dea'i be rableJ. Bey li. I ieIcat wWll , tfM fc la lat Mttriar l eatr tt tU W. L. DOUGLAS YOU CAM SAVE MONET BY WEABIHO W. L. D0OOLAS SHOES. ' Tor 31 yeara W. I Dounlna hut auarauttecl tht Value by havlnit nl naroo and ilia ratal! rjica etamiN"! on lha aola beroro ina anoa ieaya ine ino- inada.aniltlialilgliiirartaltalhfianinl.joiiwouUlliaa undmlMia why lli'T look lllfr, Btirllrr,lio!itllicll T. . . . n...i.ik.. hi.l.. ,ii. )i. .Hrl r..n xiaiil.l nia l,n nnreiriill V anal an i wnr lunnri in kiivi.tr. hu..- ... .. , ...--. If lha W. I. loillal,hiH, are no...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 October 1914

aBNF? ":-"' mPPSvSmKH r ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION Aft Needle Work Accessories. A complete eolltetion of the following at your disposal Send us your mall orders, they will receive the same care ful and prompt attention as a personal call. Art. 151 D. M. C. mercerized crochet cotton in all colors size 15-80-50 the ball 15e, 20c and 25c. Art. 151 D. M. C. mercerized embroidery thread in white only sices 3 to 70 the ball 15c, 20c and 25c. Art 117 six strand D. M. 0 embroidery thread No. 25 six skeins for 25c. Art. 115 mercerized D. M. C- size 3-12 six skeins for 25c. D. M. C. Crochet Floche No. 25 white only the ball 25c. 0. N. T. mercerized Lustre for all fancy worX. 6 balls 25c. Stamped pillow cases on muslin 42 inch size, pair only 39c. Stamped piltow cases on best tubing 42 inch, pair, 59c. A complete collection of Richardson3 and Royal Society package embroidery sets. Richardsons Grecian floss, in every shade, color and num ber the skein only 4c. We will send you this handsome ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 October 1914

Wi !& Faraierr - Champion f -m 'voy . ELGIN, OIOJWOMA, Wiy MPY. OCTblER 14, .14 timi rUM JOHN FIELDSELaNl(M2a jA- OVBRTIOeMgNT J'JS MtM-., ) ,r v && ' ' On Tho -Ug lUutee. o) 0 0 ---- , - P - ?. X a. . . I I -m .aaaw " . - 1 . S. n" fi At Our mmm "rawa. : r. ..11 " tK.?. . .-w'B-a .-,, j rr. us w - aku; "a1! . ? 4WaW ' 1. ... ' -f ' fiA 1 Yl II I twtl ' v - 1- rft.. ' , .ww - , r ' 1 afe At'MMMT OWT aB40B -i'lP J I X fi&l I JmV m mm aaa aaa a av wav aaa aa mm .war t B wgv j jBag -! ' lit' HogUa IfeCgMOacho. -The Deeartnent at liaa lust iaauad ft hallow. eeeHnf with the owner la4.BaB6aMUMouBty homea. cy'Hii HwMSCaat .facto in the bul- MwaOMtiogle Comanche conn bjtcbwos seiiewej 8816'homefin Co- aauatv. Of thia num ber Ultate Jarm homes. 980 of faaaa kMMi ara owned by their oeeueents and are frea f aaertgaged incumbrancM Tho Mitigated farm home or US. Renters occupy farm homea in this county. that nt a total of 8816 homea in the eeanty S704 are urban homes. There are 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. — 14 October 1914

a ' sri ..i j ?,. I SMiS ' ti y?r w"7!? wvfygtf'' uqj(S?5w tTL l T;- r.r fl isr r I1GIK. OILil FARMERS CHAMPION i : k.' ONE OF THE GREAT KRUPP SIEGE GUNS 'iWCCpninCkT WITU nCQUlU IQMV DESCRIBES COiFUGI 01 THE JUSHE ) By f.r1D0 E. Ews'lS. Ctrraponamt of Ctiicage Sally New. WMt lacir "tt'lcr nf tb Cenaut iiiM.-t lite i3. oSenu; St eeaa j JiiBp- hs Fnttiet -F) rnlte aiH-nu .. . n inAni 1,. t ,aWVaWTaWTaWaWTaWT'y I I i ? ! &; i v i B & ft". BaWVaWVaWVaWVMBBaWi jWWWTrL Jm ybbwIbwIbwIbwIbwIbwVe' jJaaV5ttafawlBwlBwlBwKBwfaf"Bwfcaw ?jaaawaanawwnawwtaawwaja f I ar dfaw X LbwIbwIbwIbwHbK VaLt w aW a m.' ""ISai5r "i, I"' IHBK. WLV aaaw -'BaalBMMiBM JBSilJPianWBMB " J "lif if o of tb SMx.eiikly powerfid tdT. run ,xu.d by tb Krupp ia.fi ujd by lb ?ert&atii tu ttAntt th 'or'Jf.cttKm, of it tSJst CHEERS FOR INA CULLED A SPY Homr Msnelfref Greeted Duiky Troepe From India. Twrtf Warrior if th Orient March UJ-t PHrc In a Trt- vmphal Para4. MALCOLM MACCAtKILL, tll War Cerrftmdnt f tr In- U...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 October 1914

BV- "WTWJi fir v i rr .vi'.w. vn .. i m " . .. 'KWAIa (aST-'JlVKlAKfc.'WaPAKT' i WW1 , ,...rj.r. w . '.?m'!..cBRanL' . . T ,. , v , , , . -,. -jrji V vFfHA WWR c . rws H ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ')!. ,K A flOOD COMPLEXION MUITEEI. UEZOMFOMiDE the beauty powder compressed with healing gents, yoa will never be annoyed by pim ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. It not satisfied after thirty days' trial your dealer will exelnnge for joe in other goods. Zona has satisfied for twenty years try It at our risk. At dealers or maileJ, 50c. ZOM lOMPANY, WICHITA, KANSAS GUNS RiTlaa - PiaUb - CartrMic ipanmri sappnaa Chaaper or BalUr Stat tkfM tuaat for BatalAf POWEI.L CLEMENT CO. IIV BUB 1 WiaflBSMI, P. A man who drlnkB from thu cup of sorrow has 110 etplion 011 tho sldo. Ilanford's Unlsnm is good for blood poisoning. Adv. Adnru hud Ills faults, but he wan nev er sued for breach of promise. Tied Cro Hill lllue nuikm the laundrni hatipy, nukes ilotlita v Inter thin mow. All good grocers. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 October 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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