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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 April 1915

7 Jf L c f ' - :''!-( tn. J Lyi, '4 C" V v Fa rmers ampion ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WKXttteCAY, APRIL 7, 1016 NO. M i . '&;. c Ch wypy i i vouv . - BeV 1 t j W have juit installed our new I Bowser Underground Gasoline i System, which means better gaso line at the same price. We still sell coal oil at 8 cents a gallon. i Don't forget we carry a good line of T 4 Hardware, Implements, Furniture. I i Vaughn Hdwe. Co. Annual Report. The annual meeeting of the Elgin Farmer Tele. Go. Sat urday afternoon was well attend ed and many things of interest to the patrons and stockholders discussed and explained. The secretary's report showed the company oat of debt and in good condition. Considerable discussion was held relative to the stockholders aad the renters paying the same monthly rental, some favoring this and others not favoring it, which the officers explained be came necessary to meet compe tition and as they had paid of! quite a little of the company's indebtedness during lha -year that f...

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 April 1915

if' 2r,CX3T C-ILA ?A2Xi2I CEAX?i03r W : H w? 17 . H n r r IOLWWHM m xesit "fc l'mw Swrsw 5t " 6wv. ssr aaf ssxa sr if in -sty Vs- nhK tf reuttCs. if & 2mtaCrr -etlt St Histt. tt V .- srtKtot Js. -rarft 9 'A 'JTtirrm ybs n vr-TawA. tlo-r vC 3st -sslrr ; rt -sals, -arurr tfUtfsi jaa r --wtf 5 r iravt ym-Hat. mwaXm m j - tMflt a tut -y ar-fltiat itr .-X CMSTKFEMSE W43- IHKtS 3G! anareae r Si (Cteaten Way GALWa MAKES YOU SIGH U6H! wj titrj iff r i t ic t ytr- - . -11 1 -m f-B.Tum MS sr-a a MS- SBC t rawm.Jtm lltxniiairaaftr r sis.tiix Sac : BOV fiA. " Tr? f-pfT- it3-as.aacrpr-aiaeir'ai -75. ' C fSC - r uu1 ( aur enr t -jes--. X-w 7fV T&st-a t J -te4 Sf y if !-snrr Kmttl -TV t xn-. nt mr Sim ?CjSMK " .. . I . I - - ? - ji ist rf tern 3 -wi x-t ic aj 3s, aac 0 Mm ar 'xlann, muuu -.--f Si' 3tt-x B3K rs. Otp-ir -J Js erf rf & aaw-i ng&REf fcws 5or 3aA . rf as -tS r ilil 9R -fc- iflTK2i7liU.Cfl ISfl 3Si-t SuTSHtSt fecm 1 'rg jb&u&- m nw f ITS MERCURY JWD SALIVATES L--...

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 April 1915

v" I" w S-V r :- .' 'frJiM'Jt:' Ci r s '1 w V3? WOMEN FROM 45 to 55 TESTIFY TotawoMerkof LydkERak. !' Vegetable Com . PA during Chang Wettbrook, Ma. I wu nmIm asroeaj the Change of Ufa and had i paint in my back and aidu and waa ao weak I could hardly do my homework. l Dave taken Lydla i. ruucnam'a Vege table Compound and it haa done me a lot of good. I will re I commend your med lieine to my friend anagiveyou permia- lion to nuhllah mw teattoonlaL" lira. Lawrence MXa N, 12 King St, Weatbrook, Maine. lfaaaton, WU. "At the Change of Life I Buffered with palna In my back and lolna until I could not itand. I alio bad Blght-aweata ao that the aheeta would be wet I tried other medicine but got no relief. After taking one bot tie of Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound I began to Improve aud I continued Ita uae for aix monthi. The paini left me, the night-iweaU and hot flaahea grew let, and in one year I waa a different woman. I know I have to (hank you for my continued good health ever ...

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 April 1915

" 7 "BSrT ' ST-"?WPTPJp'--w w-v XL G czla. 7 a. mhh$ cham?:ox ""Jgpw Ltf Iff Champion w tf7ss5x akd Sows Pcbt'a'j. " . v.-f Zr7 77e:wiA Elgin, AprS 7 J;UT tl 52MUi-iUJ r, Dn,lr 2rC JHZ si a ifjer Sk-t ix 'A liLtva Ztc 137- i, w mh v. I- it io C iff -., "X tun Mb tf tJ-ft U t iiX d.2 A-riAfJ vac How It's Done Now 'j'df iW!t a Ar..! " r -1 I : t aH Vt I'm ' 6lUi 0'tWr.tiXux t&tMt'r: 'Hi- u op by tfc alirro of a. -ctia;t cUjc'k, br.-icr. bw "o fjiptrid:rs to hU De- J o74Mli, -wMifm fir vrith nnnitl soap in a Poni7l- -iii nan. sita down to a GnuA fiipids tab!, aU Chicago meat t r'r' and Tennessee floor cooked with , ,V: " "dI(i'?',3f v"jt'1 K, m lard on a St. Louis stove; Jne hornfe of C E G,bMn &'Jn riu a New York bridle on z, Jo,ie w t El4ter Renmcicy Mu;e lea on lowa crfi ( plows the land coverei Trjth an Ohio mvrtgtfcn ithaChatUnoo- KS plow. When bedtfm eorn k raala a it.t.r tn lU t'!U. printed In Koston, saya a prayer written in Jerusalem, crawls un der a blanket made in Ne...

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 April 1915

""j""" iry($$?j$l ft Farm ers Champion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, IBIS NO. 27 cr- in l. .A. A. a. a. .. .. - -- i We have just installed Bowser Underground System, which means better line at the same price. W still sell coal gallon. 4 Don't forget we carry a good line of T I Hardware, Implements, Furniture. 4 Vaughn Hdwe. Co.! I Neighborhood News. A nan is quarantined at Tem ple with small pox. Dave Jackson of Temple was badly burned while starting a tire with coal oil. A two-year-old child near Mt, Park got hold of a bottle of car bolie acid, drank it and died. In the Cotton county school contest Walters secured 114 points, Devol 94, Temple 36, and Kandlett 21. Chas. Crawford, who has been drayman at Apache since the o- tening, sold out last week to M. f. Croy of Verden. Judge McGee of Holli has been appointed one of the ap praisers of public lands for sale purposes. at $12T) per month. Last Sunday was men's day at the Christian church in Apnche with a male choir, ...

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 April 1915

v fc ELGIN- LA FARMERS CHAMPION' 1 i ! W v t I l i i- Siren and Schemer f. Auffostus Goodrich hernia Plata. ijoa-K ;;hi Eirertj the ! sejaJtly a&i cheers r It a &"X sell of Jam la kM !u lu.a t bte. Vet it Wvr4t his tit a lirter Mr taos oae he 04 t5 tti! d to seal oat tast irii: .a : a isaal! iiiilfu to the fcrtet. proa-s--r, ntj He bud Smm cvt4 of that. ao ver dartaz the KM aattl Several leatareaofM vow? fellows fcke efca sU htd t-W aMtraeotttaa aMtMC aad had rtaril aasa. M4r - coetotat aad stele of a etr;'e that i4 traj oat hollow aad is frfmaJr ! Tsoa loo. K t&at Vr rt' k' tsoratez; Join aai .; tJ c ci to sacsotbisr H a4 t tee; st . crxasnar lk " 'a Bros? for .x t bBWi bart " ra as aao)t a hcaa- tt aa ttfft r at a Better sac l.W aiam. TU Mtctle owa rsK.aa) Joha cosrtastasBj' yw. sbt a Use beM war It toot! so to sua Vera woald sate aa Mai 'If Her foil wore. rxr. woald aaareciat a cjoo4 aoae. Sasad aj the Utile aotaottaeai was. U waa esMatoruate xuu (airly fvraiibd Love ...

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 April 1915

"it..jr ' ELGIN. OK LA. FARMERS CHAM. PI O N ft . WOMAN WOULD NOT GIVE UP Though Sick and Suffering; At Last Found Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. . Richmond, Pn. - " When I started taking Lydla E. Pinkham's VcRotnblo Compound I wni In n UrenUiully rundown state of health, had Internal trou bles, nnd was go ex tremely nervous and prostrated that If I had given In to my feelings I would have been In bed. As it was I had hardly strength at times to be on mv feet and what I did do was by a great rfflort, I could not. sleep at nlp,ht and af course felt very bad in the morning, i.nd had a steady headache. "After taking the second bottle I no ticed that the headache was not so bod, 1 rested better, and my nerves were iitrontter. 1 continued its u until It made a new woman of me, and now I can hardly realize that 1 am able to do so much as I do. Whenever I know any woman in need of a good medicine I highly praise Lydla E. I'inkhnm's Veg etable Compound." Mrs. Frank Clauk, 3...

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 April 1915

I UHHIII Ml tHIIHIIHHW' I armer' Champion Space For NEW CREAM STATION Local News Items nms3L axd Son Vubl'h'e. Wished Erery Wednesday n -..f For breeding and castrating PKNDENT IN POLITICS Will pay cash for cream, butter, and poultry. Will ahip hides on commission. Now located in south room of Hotel Elgin. see U V. sparn. Aav. G. W. Walker left Tuesday on a business trip to Holdenville. Elgin. April 14 F.ntriH m second-class mat- IV Sale jT Mrs. James Ends went toi r. i - J - -.?;. I J. .- December 3rd, 1912. at the, -.tSce at Elgin. Oklahoma, wrihu Actof March 3rd, 1879. anyaer ioaay 10 visii ncr eons. i M J. E. BYRD. PROPRIETOR Dr. J. F. Gamble returned Fri day from a short trip to Lawton JLO IK, OKLA. KAKMERS CHAMPION Maaammmmmmmmmm) . . --aaai-Asamm aaamammmnmMmsm i " HWMBBBIB rrrrrrTr,r,TTTTTrrT.. , X sSt'HSCIllPTION r J . ... armiii $100 I, i I l u 9 siirncrii'tlon ba ipliea ur ire nltb tbii Itiut It tfeert U v .n (li trirlo opiolt tbU ADVERTISING RATfiS; -olaj Ads. 13 1 3cenU...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 April 1915

, 'TV I ,;" tTTJ " ' r A -S,; r. '- fl V. i.'rvfjr..'. I 'rfj K,HWX W frr , ' .. WSffi J 3ion i i. .ji m i tiliAiMI vouv r 1 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1915 no. as The OLD RELIABLE will pay 16 Cents For Eggs on Next Saturday, April 24, 1915. L. C COFFIN, Proprietor Farmers' liciiiiii Defeated Geronlmo. One of the exciting games of basket ball played in Elgin was witnessed here Saturday af ternoon between the Gcronimo a tii Klgin high, school teams. It wa not so exciting because of nny spectacular playing but be cause of the evenly matched teams, no one being able to pick the winners until the game wa3 over. Hagle, the star player of the Elgin team, was Kick and did not decide to onter the game un To Have Ball Team. Plans ac being perfected for the support of a baseball team in Elgin this year, The mor chantH and business moti have nl ready subscribed over SGO in cash and this will be increased con siderably when tne soliciting is completed. It is the intention to buy new ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 April 1915

ZZfvpy ELGIN. O KL A.'r A R M ER S CHAMPION ' !' fl at . ll i H K li 4 I i ft to ' I'J lit- aPlygAaaavVBBaBBBBBaW j, I,, m-. rj ALCOHOL-3 TER CENT AYtft-table Preparation for As .inula tint? the Food and Ret ula- irfirtvStotiuchs and Bowls ef Promotes Digcstion,Chccrful nessand Re jl Contains neither Opium.Morphmc nor Mmcr.il Not Xarcotic Wj sou ursiviaTmrs A perfect Remedy rorConilipa lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca Worms .ConvuIsions.Fextnsh ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP FiC Simle Si nature of Tire Cestau Company. NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. Tho truth Is always getting In the way of some people That a why It, Is crushed to earth so often Torn own nnnioisT mii.i. Trn. toe Ttt Murine Bfo llemnlr for Hf4, H'mI. Vtt Kim and UranaUlrO r!rllJi, No -ajinlri,!- Iuti tire comfort. Wrtlo fur llouk uf the t.r j ccU free. alarics M ltaiJr Oj tmcu. When sho reads a historical novel alio skips tho historic part. Wari day U smile thy if jou ue Red Crow IUI1 lllue, American made, therefore the best ma...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 April 1915

'(,' 3" l ITT .;""yfey ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION NV;, W IN CRIME'S SHADOW By IRENE BEATRICE PROCTOR. (Copyrlclit, 1515. Iiy W. a. Ciinpinun.) j 'Work at last." Tho man who uttered the words spoko in a sntlHllcd way, yet faco and manner showed a wearied, stolid un dertone. Ho was known In tlio modest board ing Iioubo as Cecil Wayne, hut that was not his name. Nor were- the bearded faco appendages becoming to him. Ho wore- them as might a man a disguise, becauso ho hail a deep secret to conceal, becauso ho feared that after two years someone might stop him on tho street and say sternly: "You nro Ronald Warne!" For bo was a man hunted, despised, tabooed, his tortured soul told him llfty times a day. After sojourning, almos'. in hiding, In a dcsolato part of western Canada, ho had stolen back to bis natlvo country to die, ho hoped, for llfo held no comfort for him, no prospects, no ambition. "Tho past dim gulf!" ho breathed bitterly, "I hoped to forget, but I novor can. Work ujrk at...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 April 1915

tL6IN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION L IV I F V ' X f l I h , I' Fanners' Champion H- P ISTTCtfCSL AMD SONS fllbl'h'H. PuWtehtd Eray Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elfin, April 21 Ewtai ae seeond-class mat ter, Deeamber 3rd, 1012, at the ytttolM at Elgin. Oklahoma. jiNterUM Act of March 3rd. 1679. BUUSCRIPTION: ror i-o Months .... . ...30c Youi subscription tins expired ur IU :ptr with tfatn Issue If tl.arsj li h ( OB 111 Ulklgln OUKll UM AJSsWTI8lN(T RATE DMptay ads, IS l-2cuts per Inch for ch tnstrton. Discounts givon on arc Ma. AU -trertUlnf -nailer rsa tusUI pel and or4r4 oat fWWWWi How To Lift The Mortgnge. Letter No. 2. Raise moro and better live stock, more successful feed crops. Fed all! your crops to the live stock on the farm, thus using nature's manure spread er. Market your crops on foot. Brted always to purebred ani mals. This applies to every ani mal and fowl on thu farm. Save the profit by knowing the ditto of breeding and time fordeliver y. Separate any animal about to b...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 April 1915

1ft?"' ?" rfc r v -v .1 J-i ...I s i - !( 1 ill 1 Farmers' Champion a l vouv BLG1N, OKLAHOMA, titibftBSDAY, APRIL It, If li NO. M ..' -A t t 4 Best McAlester Coal At $6.00! This very best coal it taken from t the best miaes in the state. You can always buy your lum- her bill cheaper by figuring with D. E. McANAW 1 A Sleepless Night Tke heavy rain Suaday cans d a geod maay to pass the Bight without iImp. At Paekingtown ia Oklnkoma City water o atird many ef tka residences, caused by tka banks of a erejk-yar-flowing. wklla meuutefjBMce nan rauaad athara fronrlheir alecp waraing thani la ba ready ta ftee for their live jftteek yarda tka hoga ia tkaVtk kad to b laadad iato ara and drive to-y the elevated them from being twa rijapstheele ifit them drivawave drawing, the . i;eweeep. v ,, 4l Caake eraak waat of Elgin the water reae to tke floor, of the iroa bridge) and tha.mea of-tUt neighborhood garnered there to help eave tke bridge. Loga had -washed dowa stream an ledge againat tka brid...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 April 1915

v- faw"-" ' YOUR APPETITE Your digestion, your gen eral health will all he greatly benefited by the timely use of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It is compounded from abso lutely purcinprcdicntsand those best known as real aids to the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. It exerts a general tonic effect and helps Nature promoto health and strength in the entire digestive sys tem. Try a bottle today but be sure you get HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters WOULD HAVE MADE TRADE Disgusted Drummer Wai Wilting to Accept Joking Offer If the Law Had Allowed it A traveling salesman for n Ganse foort street wholesale grocer)' Arm. recently back from a trip through tho rough lands of eastern l'cnnshanla, tells this possibly true tale: "One day on tny last trip 1 hail a U-mllo rldo to make to tho county seat, Mid the small illngo In which I was had only ono horse that I could hire and no other form of convoj ancc. I may say that a friend had landed mo In the town that morning from his car and 1 had sold goodi enou...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 April 1915

-fi E LOIN. O KLA. FARMERS CHAMPION after iscuiis Baked LEGISLATURE CARRIES OUT MANY OF HIS RECOMMEN- DATION8 FOR CHANGES. Wit PUBLIC PLAYGROUNDS PROVIDED SUPT. WILSON - fS a GETS HITS M m2ifcf,1m You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier .. Uscults than tlseffiil Inked with ,umet)gl They're always lViwlflffil pood delicious, II JlXKf!uk Tor Cnluinct in- '( afefS ares perfect L OfM RECEIVED mwT H nGHESTAWARDSl'9 Wg V World'. Pur. Food UMJli I EipeeaUon, CUcmo, jSk I Puts tUpotftlosi, Ml fQHUflM Ytuxc. Mch. Mum yH ALVMET I T. Wt save 7 ln y. ley ti.r llf I I ktklu p.dtr. D.n't k Blalee. Bay Calami. Ill I 7 I ,. ec.Baricawor WBaltaam. Itm tat rcailts. I g Cal.iaal U Ur aap.Hr I. a.r sadk tad aaia. I Her Patience Wearing Out. Little Ioln had boon censured (or come mischief she hnil been engaged In. After thinking It over for Bomo tlino bIic exclaimed: "Oil, I do wish I had a baby brother!" "Why ilo ou wish that?" " 'Cause," Bho replied, "this thing of being scolded Mr everything tha...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 April 1915

LOIN, O KL A, HRMMI (3 If fV M M6H 2r MM4Ji I eri- ufApMm V,i pf . Sons Publ'Va Po .! Bvtfry WedneitrVsy ww.vf.mmnt w pomtitb Elfin, April 28 Ktitured as second-claw mat ter, Uuaember 8rd, 1912. it m post' on' nt Elgin, UkiitftMM Aotof March 8rti JBTf. t'nsrpti'itoN' JllC ft.ss His itutinin loitt rubfctlrtlm hi trlr4 et M otulte ulth hlt ttttf it flM ten ercij t.v on lh wsrefi efposHe low nolle MJVrU1tlN fUTMf t1iit)- di, 1J 1 ?ent per Inrh ret mil in'Nlloo PUrouittt stTsti en n Tj. 111 Ml tltrrtltlM mtWr Km til niA mt onJnm ot iint How To Lift the Morttnge. Women's Contest Letter No 1 To mnlie. rriottey fncugh to pn off tho mortRnnr ono mint mnn nRe ilpht nnil should stmb tlic business of farmiriR plan out lh work: t-ccd Okhhom fium pa pers, ktep ported on the mar kets, and kep a record of ssle s tnd expense SMect rood ed Ualse crops nutted to your soil and locality Don't waste time in costlj exper iments. Leave, that to the Kx mamTmaa itatiArtt m4 mrtti fV)Alt t'miiiic.i ...... .v...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 May 1915

w jn ir - "wvicr" sw'nwaTp k. iv .orv-w- -it, -- :m Fa nampion JL JlJLL .IScX & H vouv ELGIN. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915 NO. 30 "T$, 4 4 Best McAlester Coal At $6.00 This very best coal is taken from t. the best mines in You can always buy your lum- ber bill cheaper by D. E. McANAWi Rural Carrier Reports. During the month of April the rural mail carriers throughout the United States had to keep an exaet record of every piece of first, second, third, and fourth class of mail delivered and col lee tad, also pieces of penalty mail, the weight of each different class of mail, the value of postage stamps en all classes of mail collected and delivered, and other information which the de partment requires to know the amount of business the carriers have on the different routes. Following will be found a few of the figures for the month of the three Elgin carriers. First class mail includes letters and cards; second class mostly news papers; third claBS mostly circu lars and adver...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 May 1915

r-Tirffryvr' "jeri ELGIN. OK LA. FARMERS CHAMPION v If i i h Why gene! jrour monejr way for "L vara I aa Malba''iluB fuo tt tie beat roafiaf at ree wiimnw Twrvwn tecau r whoa yon it wT iqr roatwtoto that iMt iCertcmteed Roofing f. b gaarar.tted In writing 3 years for l-ply, 10 yean tor 2-plj, and IS years for 3-pty, and the responsibility of oar big mills stands behind tliia guar trtM. IU quality It the highest and tu price Hie tnott reasonable. Gewnl lUeflgf MaMfactartag Ca. SVife lacpHf m .. nrt JtoUf htMOf CVtf .TMkWrta HllllJh Ariaale. Omfcaa Pi5t LMeMe) gMaflsMff erFVaWL RETURNED RIGHT ANSWER Might Watchman In Department of Justice Scored a Hit "on His Own Judgment" i Not long aw a brand new watchman was appointed as a night -uard In thu department of Justice, lie assumtd his duties, filled with thu Importance of hie responsibilities. In Instructing him an offlclal said: "Now, If anything unexpected hap pens during thn night Just use your own Judgment In dealing with the mat te...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 May 1915

Ff ' ' ""' 'ivvfi-j r'PtPppBm5 M r ''J ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION -Ml?. ..." vrt'V i V1 ?rp' , ; . ' -A rafanaavaaa. i ifc A I, -' FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILL TO WORK A WmIc, Nenrout Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Veg- table Compound. Kasota, Minn. "I am glad to say that Lydia R Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound naa aons more for me than anything die, and I had the belt phyil- clan here. I was 10 weak and nervous that I could not do my work and suf fered with pains low down in m y right side for a year or more. I took Lydia 1 E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and now I feel like a different person. I believe there it nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound for weak women and young girls, and I would be glad if 1 could influence anyone to trv the medi cine, for I know it will do all and much more than It's claimed to do." lira. Clara Franks, R. F. D. No. 1, Map!. crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex sho...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 May 1915

w ftLGIN, OKLA, PA1JMER5 C H A ft P 1 O N .WJiNUEL and Sons Publ'h'u. Wished Every Wednesday 'THjpnvnrNT i?j rouTica Elgin, fry 5 entered as I'cotid-clnss mat iv, December Sid, 1012, at th ostoAee at E.gin, Oklahoma, iKkrtltt Act of March 3rd, 1879. BUUSCMI'TION: )n yssr LK) It montht Mo Your lUDicrlpMim lias vxidrad ut vlll expire wltU thin Ihaui If Uiors li ft lyom (X no Uic margin opposite thli lOtlot, ijuUMUMjLJCJtfJ-ri-ruLXi"irTji rii -- -- AOVsTHTIBINO PATES Display ndt, 12 1 Br-onU !r Incli for each Inuettloti. Dlnromits pAnn uu lirn ads. All nivcrtlHlar imtlrr rim itMU pIS and ordered out How To Lift The Mortgo- Women's Contest. Letter No. 2. Ever since the children of Is rael mortgaged tliuir hemes to huy bread, it has been a serious queition for the farmer to know how to lift the niortgngu. I have been a farmer's wife for3G years and will try to tell what I think is the best way to lift the mort gage. No farmer should try to fnrm more land than ho can farm well. He should ...

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