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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 February 1915

srsry yfth f J-'THiit1" "V ,. a: A -..., . ov' i-- 'V. f. 'itN' " iW 'r,o f-'l! V.'. a ' . .-4 . Farmers' ampion VOL.V ILGW.OKLAHOHA, WEDrttlftAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1915 Gh NO. 17 - - . : ' C t , .. COAL-COALi McAlester Coal $7 : : T5 Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber I ! Corn 73 D. E. McANAW : 444444 4.4144.44.44.41 4' 444444 17 To 14. The Apache high school baa ket ball team arrived here Wed nesday evening and played the Elgin town team, the result of the game being 17 to 14 in favor oftae Elgin team. The fame was the best ever played in Elgin, or, in fact the best the Elgin team has ever played. Clear up to the last minute of the game one could not tell which side would be the win ner. The score at the begin ning of the second half was 16 to 10 in favor of Elgin, and during the last half Price for Elgin threw one free goal, and Apache threw two field goals making the total score 17 to 14 in faver ef Elgin. The Apaehe score-keeper made some claims that Apache made more scores, but he c...

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 February 1915

4Pa 3WaJ i;" ELGIN. OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION Better Biscuits Baked Yoa never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier . L.LJliLP.L.1 A il w wim vaiuiiKb . They're always Rnod dtltetout. rot Calumet In urea crfcct baking. marnsT awards (. Jf --- -. . - BaBf-M. urn, Mwtk, I J 11. afT I V aWi eat la ttm Wfilm r Uj aeUr. BWlUaaUei, BarUhuwi. It's I I mm tiwlial-awe rlti -ihta heel retain. I I rilir tl U Ur mor w awe win eaa wai. Sudan Seed Ofllclally luiprcted, rrctcaned Sudan Swik, guaranteed pure, In srsmloat cotton baga, 6 lb. packages S-J.50, lOlbsfl.60 prepaid. s!3 to BO It. 800 per lb., KOI! I.ubbocli. DO to 100 lb. 2.1c tho lb., FOB Lubbock. Wrll todar EETORNER PURE SCEO CO.,LubhocK,Tei. Uanltri Vnni(niin1t oTprUkUhuuia t-irdriKp VfBIIISU tlvu nurk htlx-nrnra mim-rravnrr, ab euluiclr rHinbii'.UfnriAcnutliilii'tofordi'Ullt int, O. Lf UIreU.l rrt hrrvW., lull Uk,, IU HOIM X'WPK Wnnlori MaiMililMren'eaiiHiin, I nuns "B IcBMr-aoiarh. IMrfirulnri Ita. H.UUKNIV., lloa lU Nov M. Ilrrnlco. ImA P...

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 February 1915

mJt "k 5; A T a ELOIN, OKLA. FARMER! CHAMPION :. 'SWFg'r &-'-".?: SUFFERED AWFULLY NOW JHTE WEIL A UV Setftrtsf Wm StklMM, ThaAtTiMsiMirMUMUt TSlnicktMiHrMj. Walaut. N. C "About II TMH Mo." say Mr. S.'W. McCtar. of Wataat, "I began to fall la health, lat itat won all th tlm. I wasn't all to do my work, suffsrlag awfully at times with pals la aid, especially U right aid, aad bob ot the tlaw waa I well. Sometime I could not straighten p my hody for the intense suffering. I Buffered more or lees all the time, aad wm regular. A Cardul had helped others, I started trying It I bought six. bot tles, and after using two or three bot tles, I commenced Improving, getting tetter all the time, until I was entirely well. I became strong and healthy, gained flesh, weighing 120, being Just a hadow when I commenced taking Cardul. My work Is a pleasure, and I feel Ilk doing my work since, for the cure was permanent, and I bare been well and strong ever since. Cardul Is a fine medicine for suffer...

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 February 1915

ILIIN, OKLA. IAKM1K5 CHAMPION IT" - s K h r .A , r Farmers' Champion amd Bom l-ublVa. Published faery WsSMsdaj INDEPENDENT IN FOLITICS February 3 M second-class HMt ber 3rd, 1912. at the at Elfin, Oklahoma, Aetof March 3rd. 175. SUBSCRIPTION: Om yr It-OS BIS SseStBS ........a.............. eve Tow Merlptton bu eiptroS ur 111 aspire with this Issue If Utere te :re ( oa we margin oppeaK tail MtlM. WVWWi AVlWTIlf0 RTSe: OMptey aSs, 12 Meant per Inch for Men tucrtloa. Discounts gtrra da large ate. All alrortUlSf tjU ma aMll gaM m4 orSaree owt Advertised List. Tha following list of tetters re maia unclaimed in the Elgin, Okla. poatffloce Feb. 1, 1915. Robinaon Citero In calling for the above please ay "Advertised" H. P. Wettengel, Postmaster. Ship Us Your Hides. Owiag - tha European war, have contt&cts for a vast amount f cattle and horse hides, which saablea us to pay the highest saarket price. Write for prices. W. H. Cattcral Hide Co. adv. Chickatha. Okla. I will take your subscrip...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 February 1915

AS '$&' f- V ; "VViSV y w '& ,r - v. r -JRi ft"TV '-, !..., iT i .. i ? Fanners' Champion fy k T IW 1 1 VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915 NO.lt 4 4 COAL -COAL! iHBBi McAlester Coal $7 : This Week Have On Hand A Full Line Of I Lumber Corn 73 cents. D. E. McANAW 444 444 -V Livery Barn Burned. The Elgin Livery Barn, owned by C. M.Wolcott, was burned to the ground last evening commen cing about 8 o'clock. The fire started in the hay mow and was first oeen by Ewell Byrd at his home across the railroad track while it was yet verysmall. L. D. Sparks, who lives in the house beside the barn, next discovered it and went to the door to (ire his revolver, which after one shot, refused to work. These two, with E. H. Buck ley, who seemed to be the next man on the ground, proceeded to remove the stock and buggies from the barn. C. M. Wolcott was at Walker's store when no tified and by the time he reached the barn, the stock and vehicles had all been removed. By this time ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 February 1915

-1SM ? -7-", ftr,Ts:r i, '! T ' tf ao r- IT r ELGIN. OKI. A. FARMERS CHAMPION i. I! K r i-1. i i. ,- !. fe P r iGASGAflETS" FOR SUieiLHLS Us jfcfc btadach. s.r stomach, Mfeusftess cr eccsiiipat&i by sjocrans. Cut M-cnsc onz a- Tira an aaeala ens ci ltiu' .", atSffnaaieta. tniLt-nc, ti lick, tccr tSRsaefi aail 5ml cut ?- .V-a cms. ts-ci2 asii ji!5 l est wtih CaaKmrx. JQEfeaa e x -arf 3 Uie a Catont sg- asii tla i tTr kai7 tii xiTT tifl t7 a Uxy Xttr, elewi irU ct i rjtet tr ach. D"t pit fs aser ty ci dittret. Let C4xrti cia:-v year VJx:.r.Y.; trmtnt ti kw, Titisjf f4: tat fie xes Ml frsa r' UTer a4 carry en 3 tie ccratijatwi ut ziatxer &4 vltcn la lie berwtit. Tlea jer -"111 fet g7L A Cuam to-slght ttrxlc&Usj yes ect by srr,Jt. Ttey or while 700 tl5. A IG-cit Urx Iron esy erst store zvasj a e!r bad. iwwt stecics a&4 eJn, cealtby liver el Vrwel actios for racctbs. Clsll- ' drs fcrv CearU tectise the , Bever grip cr sicken Adv. UNITED STATES RANKS HIGH Prefltg f Illiter...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 February 1915

,., ft' it Trf ixr" w ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION " - . . '. r:'";-K:;; r ' "' V .W t V v J A STRONG DEFENSE against general weak ness can only be estab lished and maintained by keeping the diges tion good and liver and bowele active. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS will help wonderfully in restoring the "inner man" to a strong and normal condition. Hit Collection. Wife John, the bill collector' at tbo door. Hubby Tell him to take that pile on ray desk. Pcnn Stato Kroth. TAKES OFF DANDRUFF HAIR STOPS FALLING Glrlsl Try This! Make Hair Thick, Clotty, Fluffy, Beautiful No More Itching Scalp. Within ten mlnutca after an appli cation of Dnnderlno you cannot And a slnglo trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what will pleaso you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you seo now hair, flno and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A llttlo Danderlnc Immediately dou bles tho beauty of your hair. No dif ference how dull, faded, br...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 February 1915

r-g Df 'lw SLSIlt, OILA. FAIMI1I CHAMPION :? j i ' W; II ! r p . it Fanneri9 Champion Wjbctwel and Sorts P-hiVa. Puttahed Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POUTICS February 10 second-class met' I v, December 3rd, 1912, at the 'rived last Wednesday nijrht for a gnslnaVs at Elgin, Oklahoma, visit at the home of her father audi Mm Act of March 3rd. 1879. ifm. Hasenbeck, on route 3. subscription' ' . E' Goode of route 2 went to cm rr ..'. H.08. Lawton, Saturday, his mother month havmjr had a stroke of paralysis. Tour auo.crlptiM. be. slr4 or ( CaH jr,- 0f -r0ute 2 shipped fU alr with thin lu If thr to a ' , j ., . ... , aa (JC oa l. margin p, wl. I acar load of caKle to Oklahoma notjaa. .City Jfonday. iniMiiwn.il' ...j Lee May of route 3 wnt to Aavg-errisina rts; I Lawton Monday noon on buii- mapmy aai, iz i-icadh pur men tot Iniertton. Dlecoiinta f.?n on tars ada. All a4Trttia "naffcar run oajtll aald aad onWwad out A soldier plead guilty in Law. toe lest week to having drives a horse to ...

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 February 1915

'""Wn r , S f V y fjtr.. u J ) J Farmers' Champion i rty VOL.V . . .. . i. .. 4..j....j, ...)..!. ! I COAL-COAL immmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmammmmmammam 1 McAlester Coal $7 This Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber Corn 73 cents. I D. E. McANAW 4 Remember: this is the in stock. We keep in stock and Hunter's Cream flour. The very highest price Mrs. A. P. Shroyer. Mrs. A. P. Shroyer, who lives west of Elgin and north of Mt. Scott, died of cancer and gall stones, lait Wednesday at the Lawton hospital, where she had gone for an operation, aged 50 ears. Funeral services were conducted at tho Lawton Chris tian church at 11 o'clock Thurs day, interment in the Lawton cemetery. Deceased wns born in Illinois, then moved to Iowa, and nine years ago came to Oklahoma, lo cating on the farm where Bhe lived until her death. Besides her husband she is survived by five children, three boys and two girls. Her husband will be re membered as one of the demo cratic candidates in the primary last August for state...

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 February 1915

h u w it-.' v ft !V li' ': ' I li : U I , J ? Ml ! . '!, h ir ROAD BUILDING IN OKLAHOMA gtale 6vvtnrjmS tf Pi.-ytt lf tructliTtt S-ten ts 7t.ci Brt Art c Ctitu-itVa-v "X to it mUAvM It K1-ae-" iii Kiitu. tit ilUt oc- OUiAwuk -i is tait wp tKAtfcaU wrfc -a rra--brSStar.- ixM E. E- lscvt c' . kjj. UU la ".tiAiewtt os' t "Ctrrte Kajtrr cf JftMvrr' tad '-t ersjiif Hctc-f f JltutAj r rrvt 'it UxxriiA-'Mni titt ua&tUi'S i-f tie bTt cf KitKmrl tz4 Kfciiu-t It ft xg v ot ii rvtSi ta4 Uiiiist rk ti tvbvrej lb tit SlVlif Of fjt.it. Cl.fc- itoi it raftc to btzia it lit tcli tst .d tci tit tT u. tit ttixx.1 how o ia4 rd xxaAk Tit iuu Llby twcssnit-i.tr li erx'ptratiig 1ti tit f-tte i sprliiaeVeit of pub lic tartrtctlva, tid tit Uttr i.t Utts up tit ratter Ah tit cwrz.tr rsitrxs!56eiti. "TVies tit federal ssiemMSt Lt-d jtit lifBiait tit ddfiir to ewtr axt Mltsiific Urate?, lad tea to few Ixtzzhtx a.flti4 tit xsttiodt s-4-tiswJ, tit ofiyiili tiaagt4 tietr jJrrj sii rest sfter its vjjx Ja tit ...

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 February 1915

' ELGIN. OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION A . -., at V. ' MOTHER! LOOK AT CHILD'S TONGUE If cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs" A laxative today saves a nick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which becomo clogged up with wnsto, liver gets Blugglsh; itomoch our. took At the tongue, mother! If coat ed, or your child Is listless, cross, fev erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, glvo a tcaspoonful of "California Syrup of Pigs," then don't worry, becauso It Is perfectly harmless, and In a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile nnd fermenting wastb will gently movo out of tho bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thor ough "Insldo cleansing" Is otttlmcs all that Is necessary. It should bn tho first treatment given In any sickness. Ilewaro of counterfeit fig syrups Ask nt tho Btoro for a 50-cent. bottlo of "California S...

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 February 1915

V." HEALTH DIHSION TO SUSTAIN SELF DR. DUKE PR0PO8ES MEA8URES CALCULATED TO AID IN 8TATE ECONOMY. OTHER NEWS OF THE NEW STATE Little Incidents and Accident! That Go To Make Up a Week's History In a Qreat Common wealth. Oklahoma City. Two measures, ivhTch If panned by tho legislature. will nssltf materially In the lulmln latratlon's policy of enreful economy, havo been drafted by Dr. John W Dirkc, Ktnte health commissioner, and will be presented to the legislature in tho near future Tho bills would put tho state health department, which now costs the state approximately 135,000 n ear to operate, on a self- sustaining basis. Tho first act provides that nil man ufacturers of foods and drugs doing business In Oklahoma nnd nil persons bringing Into nnd offering for Bnlo In the state nny article of food or drug, shall nnnually register the name nnd address of the company with the health commissioner nnd pay n fco of II for such registration. This net Is modeled after n Texas law, which br...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 February 1915

fArty-i- J ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION The Man Who Came Back Edna Ferbcr OoprrliM br rrdr1ei A. Oo Tlicro are two ways of doing battlo against disgrace. You limy Hvo It down; or you mny run nwny from It and lildc. Tlio first method Is heart breaking, but sure. The second enn not he relied upon becnuso of the un comfortable way dlegrnco has of turn ing up nt your heels Just when you think you hnvo eluded her In tho last town but one. Ted Terrlll did not chooso tho first method. He had It thrust ujkhi htm. After Ted had served his term ho caino back homo to visit Ills mother's grave, Intending to tako tho next trnln out. He wore uono of tho prison pal lor that you read about In books, be cause hu had been shortstop on tho penitentiary all-star baseball team, nnd famed for the dexterity with which ho could grab up red-hot grounders. Tho storied lock step and the clipped hair effect also were missing. Tho super intendent of Ted's prison had been ono of the reform kind. You never would...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 February 1915

ir, ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CH A MPION !M h ! IX l Hat for a Formal Occasion TO BE MADE AT HOME F0R DESK orwwtihg table 4. J Hi- m gggggggggBp''Jg9(g,v BBBb SUGGESTIONS FOR USEFUL AND DAINTY ARTICLES. Slrt Hi;tr Nd N;t CsU Vyeh. ! a-vi, Prtttily DeMMteS, It in Of I ra-tnt Cast fsr Ve D:)Hct I er N.iWr.i. ' Tie strr jkirt barren ire u pretty j tiy are attrictive. The hasten ire f7 Jfcar-Je la twutrsetloa, turf sy rtri say make thea aid ute otnty ay dotar 10 Fr 4ci pair. to a td ten -sized nitty ptavs. t laull Ivory rinrs asd ss laca of ribloa a little -1dr tans tit tearta of the .afety pias are rwtfl Tie ribbon la est law two Hal iHsrtht. Oae end U stitched t.'oajad the bar of the pin the other to lie tint; Tie ribbon can be decorated to sK one a (ancr Thoie that cone road sp ar iutn4 for embroidery list one co-ski work an Initial, decora'e with sttncil work, or apply a Coral caotlf ai ibe pWsd. Oae aad one-half yardi of ribbon at SO coals a rard will make lz pairs of hanger 20 can One ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 February 1915

.'.1 ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER, BOWELS v For sick headache, bad breath, Sour Stomach and constipation. Get a 10ent box now. No odds how bad your liter, stomach cr bowels; how much our head aches, how miserable and uncomfort able you are from constipation, Indiges tion, biliousness and sluggish bowels you always get tho desired results with Cascarcts, Don't let your stomach, lhcr and bowels mako jou miserable. Take Cascarcts to nlKht; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerv ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, backacho and all other distress; cleanse our Insldo organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter hlch Is producing tho misery. A 10 cent box means health, happi ness and n clear head for months. No more days of gloom and distress if you will take a Cascarct now and then. All Btores sell Cascarcts. Don't forget tho children their little in sides need a cleansing, too. Adr. Ulches may lme wings, but poverty neer flies ory high. El...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 February 1915

V ELGIN. OCLA. FARMER! CHAMP ION 1 : f ; i R u - 'r SOMETHING FOR NOTHING To get started with you we make ycu the fol lowing of fen Send u $1.75 for 1000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plants, grown in the open air and will stand freezing; grown from the Celebrated Seed of Bolgina & Sn and Thorbom & Co., and 1 will send you 1000 Cabbage Plants additional FREE, and you can re peat the order as many times as you like. I will give you special prices on Potato Seed and Potato Plants later. We want the accounts of close buyers, large and small. We can supply ail. ATLANTIC COAST PLANT CO., r YOUNGS ISLAND, S. C. 5- 4..v .f ..yfr----5- ",'-,'r Farmers' Champion , Wbttewgel AND Sons Publ'h'B. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IV POUTir3 Elgin, February 17 Ectered as tecond-caas mat- tar, Decmtr 3rd, 1912, at the postotik at Eigin, OXi&homa, aadertsve Actof March 3rd. 1879. ..,--,. t oa "',,8C,I,KT,0-S . tlAA iii ca'ciki v Tw iitieripti-.D l iiiti w fll rrlt "llli thU Uto If tJ'fe 1 a' ...

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 February 1915

r r . "i " zrz rzL ...i. i "" - -iMBBMWi lj1Vii -: 'KfVW r"'" 'JWP'rsT' rH.p ;JF$jrjf'''''?r w-s5W,1'tW''''1'WT:;;'"V''v"',',', 'tftrVf-TrWX.'F" j-(rwJrrv "Wj?T' '" .' t ,'' , i .J ffM 1 .1 , n Farmers' Champion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WCDfttiSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915 NO. 20 "W I 4 4, 4 . COAL-COAL McAlester Coal $7 This Wak Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber Corn 73 cents. D. E. McAnaw 4. !", Neighborhood News. Gov. Williams has signed a resolution abolishing the Snyder division of Kiowa county court and all the records have been re moved to Hobart. B. W. Garrett, a pool hall own er at Headrick, has heen senten ced to 12 years in the peniten tiary for manslaughter. The Hnllis band has reorgan ized with about 20 members. A barber at Hollis, who is also a horse trader, had a leg broken in a runaway Night schools are being organ ised in Harmon cpunty and the principal subjecta studied are arithmetic, grammar and -penmanship. Farmers are being swindled by some agents who are selling cheap...

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 February 1915

f v. fpfp -rj, -sj' ' " lM(f-',r ,. , ., vr fv-Ol 1l r 1. .1 ii i i V. U CALOMEL MAKES YOU CLEAN LIVER AND Just Once! Try "Dodson's Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti pated, Headachy Don't Lose a Day's Work. Liven up your sluggish liver! Fool fine and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; bo vigorous and full ot am bition. Hut tako no nasty, danger ous calomel, becauso It makes you sick and you may loso a day's work. Calomel ! mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis, of the bones. Calomel crushes Into sour bile llko dynamite, breaking It up That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to mo' If you want to enjoy tho nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you over experienced Just tako a spoonful of harmless Dodson's I.Ivor Tone Your druggist or dealer sells you a CO cent bottlo of Dodson's Uver Tono under my personal monoy- Watch Your Colts tor Cich.. CoM, and ltotiiipr. and at ths Ant trmptoais of snr itirh aliuirnu irif small d'j4 of thai wonderful rrui4r, no...

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 February 1915

"1yrrtxffi?FTrPF'"'r. ,vwKmv tf" yr v-"'xr"" rm '"ww 'l v-mt ;Vw4v,', '7 --33f"3 i' v v j " vS& -i V i LOIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION Catarrh tf KiiRiys Cirti ly Pamia "Ih.dC Unrh of th Kidneys and Bladder. 1 Am Very Thankful For Peruna. 1 Feel Well, My tongua 3a clear. I have no bitter taste in my mouth. I am glad to say I do not need Peruna any longer, I am perfectly wed. I have Peruna in the housa all the time. When I have a cold or when I do not feel well I take Peruna. ' We were all sick with the grip last winter. We took Peru na and it helped us. Peruna is the best medicine for grip or colds." Mm. Ghi. It. ?!. Mmv Ml. flit. toavlUt, aUaa. Wear Many Crownt. Ho SIio'h a thoroughly queenly woman. Sho Yes; oven her teeth lmvo gold crowns. Town Topics. MEAT CLOGS KIDNEYS THEN YOUR BACK HURTS Jake a Qlaia of 8lti to Flush Kid neys If Bladder Bothers You Drink Lots of Water. No fan or woman who eats meal regul. can make a mistake by flush Ing tU Kidneys occasionally, says a well-kn...

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 February 1915

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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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