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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 December 1914

s ?. 3Sa,vi,V s'u .-' ,i ;-?. -. 5 v .. K, i $..' . "VJ I' f '.It Si', J "is H Farmers pion ! V3L.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ifrlsU &) m NO. 11 ''naT'dnV A ?& A . I ...I .! .JJKj-t y r r V f"'i j COAL-COAL I j McAlester Coal $7 j : This Week : Have On Hand A Full lane Of Lumber Corn 63 cents. .-. D. E. McANAW j COMING BACK. Jesse F. Cable and afster.ttisi Iva May, of Fletcher, will return to Elgin December 31, to five a high class entertainment at the high school auditorium. This will be their closing appear- ante for 1914. Mrs. Pauline Muhsey and daughter of Missouri will bewith them, who are also readers and singers and are eltssed as 'pro fessional entertainers. The weight of the entertainment will fall upon Mrs. Munsey . and Hnntrhter ttVinnvh Jorhp Cahln will conduct the entertainment, tre.'! introducing his great ten giving Irish, Dutch gnd. Negro selections, miss naaae niiae oyer western Oklahoma, booking with numerous churches and schools, so should be pr...

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 December 1914

w.-Tv3PSk SfiSSHB??r? ms'iKPmmjw wiwiwniBW"!fcWr( -it -- ,r--v',- ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION I h CHIEF, EVENTS OF YEAR JUST ENDED Record of Twelve' Months Will Be Momenteui to Future Generations. DETAILS OF WAR IN EUROPE Clash Thsre Hit Ovarshsdowad Othar fvsnta Olsaetsra Both on Land and 8a Have Batn Many Minor Ineldtnta Plaead on Record. This hai proved ono of tho great years of history, for It hoa seen tlio outbreak of the long-dreaded World War. School children a thousand years from now will remember 1914 aa they do '1492 and 177C. Following la a record of some of the prominent events of the year, especially the first ave months of tho groat conflict: JANUARY. Jan. L John Llnd arrives In Vera Crux o observe Mexican chaos for l'ri-sljent Wilson. Jan. . Tvo thousand Mexican refugees from battle of OJInaga flee Into Die Uni ted Bt'ites. Jan. I. Sleamahip Oklahoma breaks In two a mllra from Banily Hook; S: die. Jan. i Kurd Molur company announces Its workmen shall have at leatt t...

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 December 1914

"m v V .' "n '" r r i 't y , ' -(-.. ,:,-.- ,- -a. . --""-, -i' V,' 1 " "vu ; - T " ''? 1 Iff' ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION II is impossible to be strong and robust if handicapped by a weak stomach or .... a. a M laZV llVer: but I mj -awvBf uua asa you can help Nature conquer them with the assistance of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS a ClureVufold you woi end that the i deuced dyes they use to color rTnti. .,,. v so lo color cl(,"iK i will no longer bo obtnltinblo because or uie borrld wall? Heggle Dear, dear! What's n fellow to do? DwesB tu black? Clarence If wo nro to dwess In black I Bliall feel nltnost sorry niothnli didn't Insist upon mnklng mo a clergy man, don't you know? Clot olniid Plain Denier. GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR She Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to Bring. Back Color, Gloss, Thickness. Almost everyono knows that Sago i Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- -.1 1 t -.. ..... . ed, brines back the natural color nnd lustro to the hair when 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. — 30 December 1914

g4.rre:.JWJwftAy lijwsjj; Cr-- ,. -V "w - 7 flaWr- - V I?" vf .f UiV'5 Vi. " v . p i I tr 1 -u u sf i' '?r. M . 4 ' 1 ZiTiS t ' Fajrmen1 AHD SOM PubtVs. . ..,.. . m, t-. W.J, ., ,' nMMMO CtVOTJr WMHIBv INPgWafDENT IN POLITICS 23 ftrtmd. m second-class mat- ftsr, Deaember 3rd, 1912. at the at Eurin. Oklahoma. i Act of March Srd.-167ft. SUBSCRIPTION: OM fW ) ..... f-ues 1MV S-wniBd .,. WW Year sDaerl.loa naa aiplrad or U1 wlra wit tbla Unit If tfcsra U a ress i. itaajaa. W en ue tnarsiu oppaaiM ibis AtwairriaiNfi rate if: mi, IS Ment par Inch rur rtien. Discounts firnn on Mrs Ms. All advartlalna nattar run aadi mM aa4 oraaraC out Happy New Year. Tomorrow is the last day of the year 1914. Fridny is the first day of the year 1015. As the eld year departs, it naturally leads our thoughs back to what we have done during the past year, food or bad. We can remember how one year !go we made all kinds of raeelutiom that we "wouldn't eo" so and so, and that we "would do" so and so, but now tha...

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 January 1915

, ,. It;.' v-.fc'v v. . :.: "t 'm& Ai'' V-v?j 'Z.ri.i . ,3' W ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915 " 1 , t .-, . t - - . TTTiA. ::., v !0 I NO 11 ,v-v .UA -' -" BB '""""""" ! ! -I.I-.- I 1 .-I ., , .. .. , . t, i . ' . . :.. u i'. , sr Ik s i kto. IV '4 '-J s ..t 't ' If:- rX &I&&V.' '''4.4444.4 4 J. ?, -n--;v, , I V tOAL ' . . 4 ' 4. t - .4 4 MeAle ThiiWeefc .4 Have On Hand 5 4 . 4 4 4 Corn Lumber ft E. McANAW 1 4 ( f 44 4'4?4 4 V Woman's Head Cut Off. .John StaUffer "returned Satur day noon from a two weeks' vis it at Abilene. Kan., and Kintf- nsher, Okla, He came back to KiKfi8heron Dec. 31 and then Saturday morning- took the early fast, train tha "Firafly" for Chickaaha. Ai tha train whichi.hew.aVon iptased throuiih'Union Gtty.just , aouth df El i'ono lit struck an Void lady on-Lfie: track uiidivor V tV00Bmw ipariieavpieii up wr r'''Md, ,out to.otrtsma.ana n - .wrwi .rirrir.r "t h-jl.j-j i-.m.i.. Lr ?i? wthar.Bhedid no't'took either way. "Jf ?Aa' man' wnn ...

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 January 1915

ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 1 , frf GASCARETS" ACT ON LIVER W Ht tick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by. morning. Get a 10-cent box. Aro you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pura and fresh With Cascarats, or merely forcing a passageway every fow days with Balls, Cathartic I'llls, CM'or Oil or 1'urgatlvo Waters? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarots thoroughly rjoanso mid rng nlate tha stomach, romovo tho sour and formontliiR food and foul gases, take tho excess bllo from tho llvor and carry out of tho system all tho conatlpatcd wasto matter and poisons In tha bowels, A Cascarot to-night will mnko you feel great by morning. Thoy work while you sleep novor grlpo, sicken or cnueo any Inconvenlenco, and cost only 10 cents n box from your storo. Millions of ticn and women taRo a Cascarot now nnd then and never have Headache lllllousnoss, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. The Prospect. "You don't seoui anxious to got hom...

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 January 1915

"4 "J? 5Aw'l r - fcv- ', ? - - -. t .1 if 5 fVft Jthfii ?& if . ., l- V rv, n , 1L0IN. OXLA, PAKMERt CHAMPION .' '$ i ifL ttmmw KK .JL afSssa "? ' SMB if. fft' 3tT Too Cold ft Settled In My Kidneys. I Used Ptruna Am all Rfcht Now. I owe my Health to Peruna. Mr. Anna Ltnder, R. F. D. 6, Dm Ml, Meeker Co.. Minn., writes: "For two -years I suffered with that ter rible disease, chronic catarrh, "Fortunately, I m your- adver tisement In my paper. I fot your advice, and 1 took Peruna. Now I am well and the mother of two children. 1 owe It all to Peruna, "I would not bo without that great tonlo for twice Its coat, (or I am well and strong now. I cannot apeak In too high terrae of IU value aa a medicine." IkKtWm' Tuffs Pills The first dose often aetonlsbts the tmilid. The aivioc utticit aetlcltref mind, byornc GOOD DIGESTION. efmhtd. buarsncy of body, Tttular bewela aad soUd , Pri". Met. The Site. Mother asked Davie one morning to fetch a small cabbage from the grocer. "What would you c...

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 January 1915

'( ' wtTiv-K. 7TT:', ri i tj i i- ji -t ? : '' " V "T r . rn vv I' Ife Ilk KI , re -t K L A . FARMERS CHAMPION Farmers' Champion WnrXKORL AND SONS PuM'h'B. Publlshod Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, January 6 Entered aa second-class mat tar, December ,'Jrd, 1012, at the poatofllce at Elgin, Okluhornn, under tho Actof Mnrch !lrd. 1870. SUllSCItlPTION: On year , I LOO at months 60c Tour subscription lias rxjilrod or ll! oxplr Willi IIiIh Isutie If tlu-ru la n cton (X ou tlia nut-Kin (i'l"8lto thin nolle. Vii mWw f holy in Hon." all manner of convert- Hja MMMMWiVWii ADVIRTI0INO RAT2IJ: Dlaplay ails, 12 I-ZcmiIh per Incli for Mali Insertion. Dlscntintx c!vmi on Urge ds. All n'lverlUliiK muttnr run until uald ntl onlired nut l- J.f-l-l . ,, J-l-l-ll-IJ-1J--IJ-lrtJ- The Tongue. Adair Beacon: There is no greater source of.evil than the unsnnctified use of the tongue. Nine tenths of nil our social, pol itical and religious troubles nre traceable to this unruly member. It destr...

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 January 1915

Yv- , ry fyr J,TZ' k - .r- rz tj "T-4ll" '!""-- T 5l" ' ' Tt isf,"'.'!rW57r mij.j Vi wQ !& UW .-m tM is nQ &li w Ck ion f 2SL - VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915 NO. 14 H WWW I I lrfM-lrt-l JWIW MftOWttfUMrw S-MfVtSMBt-ljfn T". tf-i J V LJisinip 4 ! - 1 COAL : McAlester Coal $7 J This Have On Hand Lumber Corn 65 D. E. McANAW 4 ...). . . Xenia Maud Johnson. Mrs. Xenia Maud Johnson died of blood poison at the homo of D. L. Giliiland west of Elgin on Tuesday, Jan. 5, age 18 years and 6 days- Funeral services were conducted at tno Giliiland home Wodnpsday afternoon at 15 o'clock by Rev. D. L. Hinckley of Elgin, interment in the Mt. Scott cemetery. Deceased t was horn Dec. SO, J89R, and was th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stites. Of late shehad been living with her parents and won preparing to. jpave with them for Misanuii. She was converted in May, 1912, i and joined the Baptist church. ' April 12. 1914 sho wa? united , in marine with Erne' John Ron who lurviv...

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 January 1915

fe'l ., iyrwj,-f. pviv 'Vy.'li'Vy tdyiy .Fy-piT " !" ' ' '" V' ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ' "GASCARETS" FOR SLUGG SH BOWELS No sick headache, sour stomach, biliousness or constipation by morning. Oct a 10-cctit box now Turn tho rascals out--tho headache, biliousness, Indlgustlori, tlin sick, aour stomach mid foul gases turn t lie in out tonight anil keep tlicm ui't with Canes: uIh. Millions of men an. I women lako a Cascarct now nml tlicri nncl never know tln misery caused by n lazy liver, clogged boncls or an upint stom ach. Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascnrctfl clennso our stomach; removo tho sour, fermenting food, tnkn tho excess hllo from your liver end carry out all tho constipated wasto matter nod poison In tho bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret to night straightens you out by morning. They work whllo you sleep. A 10-ccnt box from ny drug storo means n clear head. went stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel notion for months. Chil dren lovo t'as...

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 January 1915

"-f -C-f -.Y!, ,, ss.i- fj'Y ,7 3' ir r 'a ELGIN. OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION !&f A. .. YOUR WELFARE is at stake when you neglect the Stom ach, Liver and Bowels. Poor health will soon overtake you. Keep up "to the mark" by assisting these organs in their work with the help of Stomach Bitters To Cleanse and Heal Deep Cuts kv Moner IW Back If It HANFORD'S Balsam of Myrrli For Cut. Bums. Bruises. Sprains. Strains. Stiff Neck. Chilblains. Lame Back, Old Sores. Open Wounds. 'and all External Injuries. UiJi ClnoA 10AC Ask Anybod tnauc. wiiiton sw-rv. About It. i Prica 25c, 50c and $1J0 OK WKriE All npalP.rftOC.HMtqrdMr fo SYRACUSE, Bacteria in Coal. Mr. C. Totter lias recently shoH before tho lloyal society In Lomp that In certain conditions of cxpobo to the air charcoal, coal, peat anil u er amorphous forms of carbon und KO n slow process of oxidation tj duccd Ity bacteria. It 13 suggested 1 1 this fact may account for tho (let -oration of stored coal, Its gradual 1 ) of v. eight, and Its...

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 January 1915

,-.im,)MM'HMHI MWlH KLOI OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION Wi' ft M Farmers' Champion :,'.: rm rth AMD SOJCS Fubl'h'B. Niah-jJ P.unry Wodnesdsy : VJi '"HNIENT IK POMTICS Elgin, January 13 Entered m gecond-cln.su mnt Lor, December Urd, 1912, at the poatoiucc ut Elgin, Oklahrnnn, tinder tho Actof March 3rd, lb70. SIMlSOItll'IION iiw jrc-r . II oo i, . r.ijn GOi t 'our.ptli.n tiuH oiiirrtl r .1 "V u Willi till Ikkuh if II.ITO U u rum i.V ntj thv in it Kin niimltu t ti It. me ADVEUTIUINO RATEU: iluy ml". I! I 2i-wti per Inub for 'li luseitloti Dlxronnls RiVim tin nrcc 1 All ii Ivortlnluir wittpr run mill iialit nml tinlnrad out Simple Remedies. Many times some simple, home like remedy effects a better cure thnn nil the drugs that can bu bought. The Indians weie post ed on the curative properties of different substances found in the forests and made good use of them. Recently while nt Grocnsburg, Kan., the writer saw u man per fectly yellow with yellow jaun dice. A man stepped up to him and said, "...

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 January 1915

i' r '"" "-9 '-'0 -lu"1 14jlsf f . - Farmers' Champion I : VOL.V ILGIff, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, - JANUARY 20. I0IS NO. 1$ 7w IV- COAL -COAL McAlester Coal $7 : This Week Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber Corn 71 cents. D. E. McANAW . 5' Neighborhood News. Three farmers near Manitou were busy last week sowing their wheat, one putting out 35 acres, one 35 acres and the other 100 acres. The public school term at Frederick will end on Friday, Jan. 29, and the citizens are busy Retting up a four months' sub scription school which will cost about $2400. Then were 33 births and 9 deaths 1a Tillman county during Decenveer. Of the births, thete were 23 girls and 10 boys. A merchant at Frederick re ports that he did $10,000 more business during 1914 than during 1113 with $150 less expenses. The gin at Centerville south west of Roosevelt was burned down Tuesday night of last week." A merchant at Roosevelt ad vertised that he would give free an Axminster rug 27x54 to the person buying the larges...

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 January 1915

"TV- W ''' fr ry TV' r, -n ' M-' - U3 . i CLOIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION '. l 4 If GAS, DYSPEPSIA AND NGN "Papc't Dlapepito" tettlet tour gatty tt&maohi in Five i mlnutaa Time It! Ton don't want a stow remedy when your itomach la bad or an uncertain one or a harmful one your itomach la too Talunble; you muitn't Injure It. Pape's Dlapepiln li noted for Ita apeed In giving relief; Ita harmless Boss; Its certain unfailing action In regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Ita millions of curea In Indlgeatlon, dyspepsia, gastritis and othor stomach troubles has mado It famous tho world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor In Tour home keep It handy get a Inrgo flfty-ccnt caso from nny denier nnd then If anyono should rat something which doesn't agree with them; If what they cat Inys ilka lend, ferments and sours nnd formii gns; muses hend ache, dizziness nnd Hansen; eructa tlons of ncld nnd undigested food remember as soon ns 1'npo's Dlnpcpsln comes In contact with tho ntoinnch nil 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. — 20 January 1915

W?f' HE TiA- AR. .' V ft "4s .V LOIN. OKLA. FARMER! CHAMPION 1 v-W.!. "! W?x v Xj hn THNK, (LOSSY HAIR FREE FMM DANDRUFF Wrlel Bcairtlfy Your Halrt Make It aft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try the Melet Cloth. Try aa you will, after an application f Deaderlne, you cannot And a almta traca of dandruff or falling hair and your acalp will not itch, hut what will please you most, will he after a few eeks' dm, when you aeo new hair, line and downy at first yea but real ly new hair growing all over tho acalp. . A little Dandenne Immediately dou bles the beauty of your hair. No differ ence how dull, faded, tirlttlo and craggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderlna and carefully draw It through your hair, taking ono small strand at a time. Tho effect Is Im mediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and havo an nppcarauco of abundance; an incom- parablo luster, softness and luxurl-1 ancc, the beauty and shimmer of truo hair health. Got a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'j Danderlno from ...

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 January 1915

ftfi -w I. IT' I f I ILCIK, OK aer9 Champion r&m tw.7JG, AJfX & Vsesta. 4$j E7 wrCnt ivU wy, DtmuHT 'Mi, 112. eta osldEe at K, 05tiML rfdr Use heXiA Jetoes Zvi. 1&9- rvss&ir, ifo i'SJ-t are Jer i8j? ayttberi&yi. -to cssrefl &rrit SM.r vt uirasx tir ctrwr -wyrc. PeetOffeo LA. fAIMtlf CHAMFIOK ...., ' i - - - -' m mi I i -rm MMMM. la, l treses sa MIIIHUHIIHUH r Where Would You Be & at 1130. 9 at 120 . AV7t Gp. aa. MW25T K2 OF OmCE expt IMIIHIIIIMM Je-Brrd FJynvwtn Mtki II 00 eaefc from 99 1 nt ttVf.t'.ll'A Lm "J mJf Ki tfcU If y Z v.tl tXXtCX rsi 4-Vfc ex- Te sjc'0ias st 5iK a. cl. tiasg is trs ts Fr erieriii, ax3 J Jt'i-a-aj. ....,. wt . If C3v i 7iW p. ea. w later few of tfcsM estpt w& tr7 !o .sssajs. jevsrert a ivs? of vwibip j.vj c3mEKai. itur2:r wfcoow CJvm 6 p. a. wii7t fm frcra F Strait Lctfeer J.Hall.KeDser.IlL strain: r ftrt criz. Marr r. Pstr. Djfin. Okl. ? ? ? ? ??? ? ? 11 " . " - i ;i . . & - .tV, yjuVi I'M 'SllZ.iiiMnTj - Qf gLa ; wr la...

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 January 1915

J-W ' Wf "" " cw yw'T '"'" yv iivpf r$" .--o in'Tci r 'wtesMj;,. v. ..iH t . 4 M JV Farmers V0L.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915 NO. U Champion .' : : ! : I COAL McAIester Coal $7 This Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber Corn 73 D. E. McANAW .j. .j. .;. . .;. a 4. -.. .;. .;. Hand Cut Off. Thursday E. Stone received a phone message from Wapanucka stating that hia brother, Ivan Stone, had a hand cut off while working in the gin there. Fur ther particulars were not receiv ed at thut time. Friday additional word was re ceived over the phone that it was his right hand and that it was cut off about two inches a bove the wrist. Ivan is well known in and a round Elgin, having clerked here at different times in his brother's store. He is a young nia'fj 0" sterling fjunlitios and his many friends here regret very much to learn of the unfortunate acci dent. He carried insurance in the Yeomen lodge nnd will draw $250 from them on account of the accident. Traded Routes. Some time 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 January 1915

m 'jpwrr "(T ' -ytf&KHBffi y 'Gfc. , - ir f! ! i u I 1 ' i i f. BILIOUS, HEADACHY, SICK CASCARETS" Gertf cJeante your &ver and ifogjiih bo eft wte you ikep. Ott i lfrst Va. Hci ittiMi. WV.-i-t.t ! r. mi- tcrrv f- ttit aii Jt breatfc tlvtyt Uje Okss to torjM !vr tixjA. tkratXtzt ItsA la tie Utli or Mar. fcitry ti&suajth. Psdasscrst tsitw orr-l Is ti U toja, lenfcil J Ueir.2; 4t wsi Of tb STlttCi If r-Sbrtd itiio tic v?ovJ 7.'ia iUa itton rch-i tke !: braJa t.ira M ctai'-f coa ZxiVru ktA that .. t&rs-bbisc ik e-olur Leaviad, Cujft IttatittfiT tlSit the storsatt, my! tt tor ntirt"i twA a&d f'M) gas-, take lb new We front tie Bvr iM carry cnt til th ixjuw,xn watt tzxlXtr ltd frfsoc In the bowelt A Caacaret to-oigbt B1 tartly straJgiO-o jtsi otl by K&rotDf Ttij work while you alp 10-cct bos fom ycror drsgglst ra-ant your bad tlr. atoroacb t-e-t tod yo-ir Iivr si bowel rtnlir for months Adv. Oa Old Dsgt ' Yoj eao't U-atb an old dog new trick " 'Oh. 1 don t know The...

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 January 1915

$ f.j fluff's r 'iaijrv.-rw'os. f yi ; . ." -5' "t4Jb,,t AU.xm'jLAiw I!. ?vTicZi?!?MHMBBHBHM - "m' 'f: ' " r '-":'" "',- y .xgy-.v4 ' v'"'-ypjT?jrv-' v-K-ri-f 'i , ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION A Big Influence HiturprlilflfltltwM tferful Influence toot! ttiieatioa h tn yew tentral health. It not wily promote! strength, but also keeps the liver active and bowels open. Therefore, watch the digestion and as soon as any weakness Is manifested resort to HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters Minimi Return of Walnut. Tho wood of our fathers, tlio good old "black walnut" that was reckoned the supremo cabinet material of 60 years ago, has come back. True, they call It "American walnut" now, and lvc It a shiny finish and try to hldo the deep, purplish brown which Is the true glory of tho Blurt; nu .1 Is the same old mood In spile of ull. May It soon get back Us ancient name and moro than Its ancient popularity. OLD SOLDIER WISHES TO HELP SUFFERERS FROM KID NEY, LIVER AND BLADDER TROUBLES. I am frequent...

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 January 1915

ILOM, OILA. FAHMER3 CHAMPION & F I-. v r arraer iJiampson m&Z 3 Yl fa - Pobfkbtd Bv?i7 7?dofj.i27 IKPEPgNPSNT IN PfJUUCS Eiafe January 27 Entered ed-u.sj mat-' A;rk fat raors nMrders bar, Deernbr 3rd 1912, fct the ' eeb y-ar theo aay a&er emu IsmuMm it Efgi. Otahonut.itij beri bsuoess we are -xirdm tU Astof Much 3rd. 173, , frjad rfr inflatse &r svh&cmvnoii ot year .... ny Six ovtlL . .S 'tn fjkt Hi LW ( ItUHttll wm IX- rs tt suttte vitt tl ADVCfTTIlinS RATE.' DlrpUy t. 12 1 iAi r ttt tm Uix At AM 1rrtif4r tlr ru vuUJ pJ t-4 or:it irA Who' Doing It? The price of vrbeat is no scaring Jrtyvrari and ihetbooght naturally ariies "Wnat is the eauMr." The European war be ing on it is very eajty t jr that ' the war h causing the high price! and some people believe it, biitf"7" w "v,n r"u',, u" ,u' there it a deeper reaton than that. Not many months ago the price of sugar ttarted skywanl and it was said the war canted it, hut since that time sugar has drop- though the war...

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