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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 September 1915

',"wr "V 1 ., St. L &" hampion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, I9I5 NO. 51 Let Byrd & Wolcott Handle Your Cream Farmers' TSSSeSSJSSTSSuZ. ------ -- - i Watch This Spacie Next week; we will have something to say to you that will be worth your while; in the meantime ve will con tinue our shoe sale. Do not fail to watch for this space w Moving Hank Building. G. II, WooillilT, the house mov er from Lawton, commenced Monday morning with a foice of men to move the building of the Hunk of Elgin from its present location to the west side of G street, on the corner between Collin's store and the Hudger Lumber Co. Some other lines of business contemplate moving to that street also, making that the main busi ness street of the town, placing it closer to the elevators, lum her yards and cotton gins. And if present plans carry, now cement side walks will be put in on that street and walk connec ts ns made with the business pait of town and the depot. I """""".l HHHMnHM NM...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 September 1915

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION 1 tttt " Jl M 't 8 II J fl E I ill I r .i ffj 1 131 Home low n THelpsT RUIN WILL BENEFIT TOWNS Dettruclion fcy Arnies ill MaAe ,Vrcrr) the Ccnilrurtion cf N hp l CemrMin t es Ane. nrrj town of t-portac la Bast rra.it that bat taJSorwd at lae do vastatlag hard of the RttB aat dootdpd to l-avrporie -aaaiesT! gArdon tecMo hi fit plaat for reballd lag Many of the ttrvnod tow tit at s compMeij ramod thai t fv( to be pM.t.r to rat KI Wtll 't left wd coattroet to we eo-aattaaj nw. Tblt nuVes n wiMlr N to npfOKlJon oS a tortioe lAt ca N devotpd to tbe SovWaW. Mvj gar den fearac. Vabj of the niaMMMr aJw Are M&astar for teirwt of aaBk-trii' pvwttratned aad o-.teod boat- for workiaeai t4atie home ttractarct fti tw three Aad low roBj. wkvrh U- Ml pas be rw4 by tbetr cv capABtt oa lb fiTMlUr p,.-pMiafOjt jJaji Mas of this cbArAp-er at Urwtr v-rti dAaop4 la r"v Tr"" Ortoltarg, l.-rk Ai otaor OMMr .wa, Atd aMiiiooa) "fcaatrtrvAltUr .r prppArtSlp to follow raft HOUSIN...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 September 1915

t Vy,WWmr' WJT ' TT . " "tm- tjw"''' i.v .. Tff '" 11 WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND Testifies She Wai Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound. Lackawanna, N. Y. - " After my first Child was born I felt very misernblo and could not stund on my feet. My sister-in-law wished mo to try Lydla E. 1'ink ham 'a Vot'etnliln Comound and my nerves became firm, nnnetlto eood. stim clastic, nnd 1 lost that weak, tired feeling. That was six Vcnrs iico nnd I tint,. ltn.1 it..... Hh- healthy children since. For female trou bles I always tako Lydla K. rinklinm's Vegetablo Compound and It works liko a charm. I do all my own work. "-Mrs. A. F. KnEAMElt, 1574 Electric Avenue, Lackawanna, N. Y. The success of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetablo Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may ba used with perfect confidenco by women who suiter from displacements, Inflam mation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling.flatulcncy.indicestion...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 September 1915

Til E ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION C - rUamn;nn I Notice of Sale of rariiicio vuaiupiuu WmcMaiib and Sons l'ubl'h's. I'uliliohud Every Wodnowlny inii:i'i:ni)i:nt in politics i II no r.du Eltfin, September 29 Entered mi necond-elien iniil tor. December :nl, P.II2, lit the ixmtoliko n( Klgin, Oklahoma, under kho Actol Murch Urd, 1871). AOVETITI8INU nATT.3. Olnphiy "flit, U I SniiilH i'i limli fm uh IihviiIku niNi'i.ntiiH r.ivcn fin IkiKu mix. All udvu.tlnlfu' nulliir inn until paid kiiiI iintninil out iiiwm w RIMIilCnil'TION On ynr till iiiontlia Your mibciliilli.ii linn uxiiliml or lll iIih wllli Hi I ii lmn K Ilium lx n eroM (X on tliu iiiiimiu t)ii"Hi ihi ootleo. Cash Stores. Perhaps it never lias dawned upon the people "I" I'1'" Hcetioii that tin' credit biminess in the inerrhnndiao line in about to reach its limit ami fade into tliu past like a hideous iiightmiiie. In the places where credit stores now oko out n bare living will he largo cash stores, where not ev en ii live cent paper ...

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 October 1915

Farmers' Champ ion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915 NO. 52 Let Byrd Wolcott Handle Your Cream & - V i.!.; Satf IWi MSSnUK'7AUIMUkJM19klMi ttazzsiTxmjttiiuimairc. ,,i m. u ' wnmmi - -4 -- O-O -O O O - 0 1 Okla. Farm Journal 5 Years Free i With Five Dollars' Worth of Goods J i ! I i i T ! t THE OLD RELIABLE presents its proposition as promised. As we told you last week that we had something worth while to say to you this week. Commencing Monday, Out. 4, and continuing thin the month, we will for every live dollars' worth of goods, for cash, or if cash during the month, will make you u present of a 5 year f Ascription to the best farm journal in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Farm Journal; "John Field's" paper. The suliscnption price of the paper is 23c per year or five voar for one dollar, and it cannot be obtained any cheaper from Mr. Fields. In con nection with this offer, we will continue our shoe sale for the entire month. This is the biggest value sale ever pulled oi...

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 October 1915

'' jr I . j' j y V )y C K.MAJKJ' ' M:&&''""''''''.' GliLlEL 10 BDOObl 1 &i '" i ip Kjutitar 2 m k m pp CtU fa m iifrn Twenty-ty&z y i u Lb rtrifiiai ' jIUi ij LU1J.A.A flUiO LmL DIlfML Ml LIL Vi. i. . . j . .. .J .. . . ,,l' M- T "' i v!-"-- n w i.' IJRi II ith. fMf -l ... ) .ar -wr ' a. J. '.I ' ff SVX :.,,. IMC J 1 in.U J t t fV ." K' 'I. flints.- . J l,MlW 4 ay I Jtg).' s,jUittf V f KJ ,1 WMMt U' '' V j. vu f M' V. &. M' i' V yi j f.4liu umy u 4 iiMtM mVmt-r' frit fMw wht MUiMbfa4 wHti udMJ'w JHt" ' MWKwtf ' i.i" z eunsacessffi fiii tfnt Mtf y lyil Jt M)t HtW v.Ji i ivf r ;ji iv "vi ,iA ;i;uJ( iv M' " itmmtiit' ' Iff "' fim )! tLHtlb hUUMI Vi! liiirkt,)it lt bHHl HlUMff4lt l-mti) hnti i M iBu mi)LiA4 ul , MMM h, ,.4 'Ni 1 HW p(i. l,,ihM fat U 7Jw fjrt ! - 4 '" ? it, ,., , lit' II UkH nil b l UliUlbtllj fit ,,i.i , )., pi 1 1 WbyVbm lBm Hw? I ' '!"( Nil" ' ,i 'hi iilu nli 'li'iunk u Ml 'fl .m .d iif I U ilUilj lli II i lii i i I ii II HI. II.., lit flil Win I i...

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 October 1915

MMMMtMiMM -Niiv J .'AMf "-'$' '. j THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION r fWELVE YEARS OF FAILING HEALTH Itmi M to Happy EmL Say A f etph k Tkrte CmhHh Kmw Wkt Car... m Far Her. "Weavervllle, N. C Mrs. Abbagall Hampton, of this place, says that about 12 years ago she began to take Cardul after having been In falling health for 12 years, during which tlmo 3he bod to tako tn ber bed four days out of each month, and suffered agony; that the doctors told her she must lmre fe tnulo troublo and gavo her medicine which did her no good and tlnrtlly in sisted on her going to tha hospital for treatment. Bho goes on to say: "I am a largo woman, and my ordlnnry weight, 160 pounds, went down to 135. I got so bad I JubI dragged nround and could scarcely sit up . , . My neighbors all thought I vnn going to die and would cay I couldn't llvo long. My little daughter thought tlio same . . . My husband and friends urged mo to try Cardul, and ho bought mo somo ot It I began feeling better as soon as I began Inki...

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 October 1915

yipflMffsiV . THE LLGIN FARMERS CHAMPION V I- ; . h Farmers' Champion WEn.'cnt, and Sons PuM'h's. Published Every Wednesday IVI?rnKJ,T W POLITICS Eim. Octob r H Entered a e. ' tar, December Jfrd, i,'i A t i''-' i wstofDco at Ein. oaMrjL unatr the Aetof March 3rd. W.K '1 S4th I'lf't'l AI uaM sunscniiTiOK: C jer list' Atx monthi 5 ur uBitrlpUn Un tlrrf wr .!' iiii IUi thla Inimv If tLc ii a f. IX; ti Uj laatgUi opjwlu M jlnuqi jq juu-j-j-i-r j-irir r iir- -"! -- i " "' ' " l "P A town in like a law family. ner's wolfare, or should be. c.it-throat,evf ry-man-for-him-1 policy means rum for any inrr.unity, it means ntrores- m and failure. The rirst les- v.n that nny family inuat learn is that to ho suceeagful is unity aiwl usitianrp 'Phi- iimt rnlia t' the b.jNinesd life of a town and ttie mere K'ncrally it is otieyed the more abundant will be thv town'H prosperity. Stand by oiKf another and tmtronize the hotne folks, prise. Frederick Later- Are You in Arrears a ferttf imktipLva1 Y ttn W...

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 October 1915

t'"lJ1SiC!wim ?Siimrmi"J2Z ri"v r' '.'".w." MtMMMMIi i4MLmM 5 fal&uJ " & . ffUdU c' 5w' -I (. Farmers, iwh;. a ampion VOL.VI ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDWijSDAY, OCTOBER, 13 1915 NO. 1 T-rgs; . i ij Let Byrd & Wolcott Handle Your Cream ffyldl th j"M:H:w:X'-KK--K:"M I 1 ! a Jr K L a We have a nice line of Sewall's Pure Liquid Paint Varnishes, Interior Finish, Shingle Stain, Barn Paint, Carriage Paints, Wagon and Implement Paint, White Lead, and Ground Colors, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil. also pure 'i Badger Lbr. Co. T. R. BENNETT, Local Manager. .x-:M--MeM--i"M--i-4 ..n:- Neighborhood News. The postoffice at Stecker was jobbed on Monday night of lasl week, the thief getting 11 in silver and $10 worth of stamps. The Apache high school has a glee club that practices weekly. At t.ie close of the first month the Hush Springs school had 862 pupils enrolled. The residence of R. L. Glover in Rush Springs was destroyed by fire one day last week. Up to last Wednesday 2G7 hales of cotton I:...

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 October 1915

'f- T jrrjPrV iT -I .. A. if, Vrfc..T J THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION J-niliT'3Wfc'it i : ! Tint's DHerent. ' "When e want to sy lomethlng (hat dor dare say In hr.glub e uie Fren'b "And h- tr.i f'renib war ' it ritaf-th ng t 1'l '!ar- say a French Ab you 'Miid make yoir ''" i I'art if too could only J t"rtt ' at toraethiug The Kind You Have Always Bought. THIS U th caution applM to the public announwnent of Gwtori that liM lArn manufanured under the stirwrteion of Chaa. It. Fletcb'r for over 80 yer tbe ger-Jiiv Carturu. We rfctfully cUl the atu-ntloo f,f f atbrs and mothers whii jrchaiD Caioru to tt that tbe wrapj-r b-ar ha tlgnaiure la bUck. Vfln trie wrapper is rBKitcl the earn (izratur ap Tr on both side of the UttH to ri Parenu who hare ud Cttma for thir little orxa In the part years nl no warning aint ccuntrfeiii axl Imitations, but our prvnt duty it to rail the attraUoa t,f tto voanser gyr ation lo the rreai danger V ilr-AoctDj; into the-r families pjrvs nvdxsiKs. It ia to b regr...

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 October 1915

KWWtrwyi-v, 1 m-mfimim - -. n, r JM" yyx(iiiiiwijBnNMWIW n 7. ?s , -s" '-J.v' THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. lllilllllllllll A; New Delight Wkh tl Bayou beam, or plain. Mde alter the real and laraoiu Mf ti tan lormula. The seasoning ia moat piquant xealhit tarty dith anywhere any time. Ilorficiill WRITE FOR FREE -:1 SAMPLE nt SseISt mnd Quaint "Mother GUI r5vi Qoome" Book Smvmihm Oouhhi Wrmpnarm for The WRIGLEY Spearmen want you to know and to Ni ilivU , rF0HtHMti9 amiama Libby, McNeill & Libbv Ckicag rwi lAdyiccI ail r.'rl m nnca r . .... -" triangle Are They Still Frlendt? Tho young women present were dis cussing tlielr nges. And one of tho girls said: "I don't know what It Is nbont ray Bppenruncc, but everybody always guesses mo a lot younger than I really am." 1 And nliothor of tho girls answered, oh, so sweetly: "Oh. Hint's nftrr thry liavc hoard you talk, Isn't It, tloar?" i 1 Good Reason. First Motorist This Is tcrrlblo licet Second Motorist Hut you must ro member wo Imvu bo...

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 October 1915

,r - ,, , , i yW- '" KOIdHV H3 1 ana VJ N10T3 8H.t 4 rl hi ! 4. I DRAYING i Is our business. and Let-Live pries. 4 C. F. BRANDON : pJrITwrR, C.hamriitm . . WTTCf GEL AW) SONS Vu Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, October 13 Entered a8 second-clans mat- . Ilnxirnhnf TlrM 111 V fit fU' ! ... ...... . "i,..jfi. ". L'...i' rVtrr.. t.;..,,.. : under the Act of March 3rd, 1879, UI311UJkU Ut JIKIII, ulinuuiiiBi ADVERTISING RATEB: Dlaplur nil, 12 l-2c-ni2 tor Inch fat ucli llUHtllon Dlicounti K'fttU 6m lartlo aiIh. All u'lvfi.-tlalti tnUr run until pair! ami ordiTl out BUIiHUKIITION. (Via year $ 1 00 3ll monlhn HOc Youi' Hurjcrlptli.n liu n,lrvl or "III HX)lf vt Itli Ihln IHBII'I If lil'.TC Ih ft sroM (X on thu marsln oiipualto tbU Hf)tl6o. Why Prohibiton loSpreading These electric BiRns are over the entrance gates of tho Illi nois Steel company at Gary, In diana: Did bonze ever do you ' any good ( Did booze ever ge .ooze ever get you a better job? Did hoove ev er cont...

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 October 1915

.,,,.. . s.. Hi, i i'i" .;-iMf.g .-A Farmers' Champion VOL.VI ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 20 1915 NO. 2 i, OWIII IKHfWHfH4tt PAINT We have a nice line of Sawall's Pure Liquid Paint Varnishes, Interior Finish, Shingle Stain, Barn Paint, Carriage Paints, Wagon and Implement Paint, White Lead, and Ground Colors, also Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil. I Badger i T. R. BENNETT, M M I 4"-M-H"M-MH" Rev. H. H. Meeker To Elgin. In the M. E. appointments at Tulsa, Rev. II. H. Meeker ;was assigned as the pastor for Elgin, Gernnimo, Ilulen and Bea ver Bend for tho coining year. He's from Aline west of Enid. Rev. D. L. Hinckley goes from Elgin to Oraccmont and High land, GracuBont being the fust station north of Anadarko, C. A. Rock goes from Apache to Bethel west of Hinton, W. W. Fitzgerald from Chatta nooga to Legget and Cache Val ley. I G Q. Fenn rocs, from Faxon to Snyder. I 0, W. York, who is one of the able young ministers of the con-'. Wolf for ttosfaird year. J. C. Huffman, former Elg...

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 October 1915

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. t 5 m i WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION TelU How She Was Sacd by Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. ' Louisville, Ky. "I thlnkif morosuf. ferine; women would tnko Lydln E. IMnlclinm'B veiretn bio Compound Uiey would enjoy better hcnlth. I stiHorcil from n femalo trou bio, anil tho doctors decided 1 lind n tumorous growth s- nnd would Imvo to bo operated upon, but I refused as I da not belicvo in opera tions. I lind fniiitlnK spells, bloated, aid could linrdly stand tlie pain in my left side. My husband Insisted that I try Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vegetablo Comtiound, nnd I nm so thankful I did, for I am now a well woman. I sleep tetter, do all my housework and tnko long walks. I never t nil to praiso Lydln E. I'inkham's Vcrrctabla Compound for my pood health. "Mrs. J. M. ICCSCI1, 1900 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Since wo ftuarantco that all testimo nials which wo publish nm genuine, is It not fair to suppoio that if Lydia 1'. rinkhnm's WnotnbloCompouml ...

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 October 1915

lAwwMBrj si 7 . . ii i-ttss i' - i i.i sbbsbssbsssssssssssssi Jrs'- ," "" "Wi tsW"eijl5Ssvii, '1 CWpiwi A' p fS' THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION -'"- 7T "-' " TTWirunf - T 'W - T " r . i"i CALOMEL IS MERCURY. STOP USING SALIVATING DRUB Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone." It's Fine! Tou'ro bilious! Your llvcr Is slug gish! You feci lazy, dizzy und all knocked out. Your head Is dull, your tonguu Is routed; breath bnd; stomach cour and bowels constlputcd. Hut don't tako salivating calomel. It makes you sick, you may loso a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of tho bones. Calomel crashes Into sour bllo llko dynamite, breaking It up. That's when you feel that awful nr.usea and cramp ing. If you want to enjoy tho nicest, gen tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced JuBt tnko a spoonful of harmless Dodson's I.lvcr Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a CO cent bottlo of Dodson's I.lv...

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 October 1915

f PP Y . jj K'OfJTVtJO nJfZVi 'JI012 2HJ i? -r-t-V - fySr?- - r vrr- HIM 2 i iJ - 1.;: t n : j 1 i j i Ml 1 ! DRAYING I 4 U our business. J and Lfct-Live pries. c. F. BRANDON k46'V'i'''A'''!('''fr Farmer' Champion Mnn. i rfl. lVt M.W'L'j. t f m. 0 " - w rw-r m - - titnzyKttmnn ui riant x Ufa, QnXiAnr 20 KaUtnA m v'mUi tzstir Ur, iuintM Zi'l. VtYl. at U4a . f.'. . f kr. f iVQU fffk dW (IO Aiof MJi 3rd. J37". V. 4. 12 I fr iiMtb 'i --b (im-i!h Mitmu rm fit Utr, M' All Atitftttor "ttit'rf tub mil tW ( w4 (( CHHCKfffimf f ;Mf . 11' Dl Mffltf,- 6 T'f m,'tfttU,i U ri fr l "III VJVff Hb fc) !. II b l -tf'ti (.' tm Uk mjiI nilfcM tW iaA ,yi.jwi The Poultry Show. Ah announced last vom, th's'iip can brln in a few buhls of dftU for tint fall pwiltry show In I corn or kaffir which w. vfll ;. - r - Klgln ,M be.n.etfor 7W,cept on wtacrfptlon.t the mar day, Friday and Hdtuniav, , , ket pric j 'I a k..,t,i..,. ui,....i.i .... i..r , 'i, iiinnmy, nuuuiu !; miii undone U; makp thin sbuv a yjhtul socc...

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 October 1915

gUwifiii aiiftMwiwMWMWfiiiniiqiwii!! in i " " X -T ' " " f .1-, ? '-', "m vywr Pfti fl,iV :d -...-r Farme amnion ,1 rh-t - VOL.VI ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 20 1915 NO. 3 rs aO "?rHHHH vt s '5'8Tm strs bthto fsmrstnpsvTs i Tnrjnmnrx-ior irior hmthu vinrira Bonooonoannopouppcoouooogg i JUUULgJUiJJLHJJ-B JUUWOUUUUUJ' To Direct Shippers ?! S3 OF CREAM The Beatrice Creamery Co. of Oklahoma City will pay 28c for your cream f.o. b. Oklaho ma city. We are still buying cream at our etation and arc paying 25c for same. M M Byrd & Wolcott - m'Sfrrrsvii virrsr trvmnmnrvins ISJUlSJLiWJIJSJJLSL See Ringling Circus. Friday, Ringling day, dnwned bright and fuir, the weather was idea), the roads were in lino con dition, and not a single cloud decorated the sky during the day, As a result, old people, young people, big people, little people, all kinds of people in wagons, buggies and automobiles, some of them while the moon and stars were still shining, were bent on reaching Lawtnn, th...

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 October 1915

TV "i v pt v-sa "--" vm - THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. "f " n, n kt '. i lil K IS; MRS. THOMSON TELLS WOMEN How She Was Helped During Change of Life by Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Compound. , FhibvMpMa. Pa. "I asiy3it52yeart e? age tad crana? Chasge of Life I suf fered for ilx yean ternbly I trid lev er! doctors bat noea emed to give toe any relief. Every raoothti'paicixere Interne In both ildM, and mad me I o weak that I had to go to bi At last a friend recommen ded Lydia E. Pink ham'i Vere table Cerarrjond to me aad I tni it at once ad fwad roach relief. After that I had no pains at All and could do my homework and shopping the same a always. For yean I have praUJ Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Cora poond for what it haj don for me, aad shall always recommend it ta a wo man's friend. You are st liberty to use eny letter in any way." Mrt.TlfOMSOM, M3 W. Kusaell St, Philadelphia, Pa. Change of JJfe is one of the most errUcal period of a woman' existence. Women everywhere should rememl...

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 October 1915

t :Wej$d$8 t VK V "TTM """ vr "T'r'w V. v'i.u- THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. t 9 TheCtMrdSiTr 4 2 Why Mud your tmonmt away lor bircaln roof In " si 3.1 whtfiyoticftitgat tho brt roof ti at ft reatontblo n prlco of your atwn Isaeal d1 Zm m you fcaow? R Roofing U taint) t ted In writ lot, I yrtrt for Vplf, 10 TfAM for 1p1f. and It ?eM for 8-plf. ana th mponilbtllif of our blf mill utnai peiiina miiiaimnirf). iiaqamiiiTis thIUghflB(lttpr1ctheojotfrM)nblrt. General Roofing Mff. Company atul It aUiting J'ai'tri T Clif mmm ftlf ftf flitilnrtfti niltefelpMij AlUaU IIiIm4 Ifelroll PtUl ! til KftuMtlhr ! ! It ' No "Smoke of Battle" Now. Ono of tlio marked features of tlio Kuropran conflict that (II"'IiikuIsIi It from tlio wars of tliu past In ths ab sence of smoke on tlio llrliiB lino. ()' ltiK to tlio usu of smokeless iiowdcr. no Rmoko Ih made when n rlflo Is ills churgcil, whllo tlio lienvlcst nrtlllcry thrown off notliltiR moro than n thin mint that Is Invisible u hundred ynnU nway nnil dis...

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 October 1915

( THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION M; r . n t E. STONE'S Great Sale Starts Oct. 30 See laree bills Elgin, October 20 Inspect The Flues. The time of year is now ap proaching when the heating stoves and Btove pipes will be brought from their storing places and put up for winter use. Some of these have been stored in places that are not water-proof and as a result the pipe have rtiHted through and arc not in fit shape to bo put up. In other instances birdi have built nests in the Huuh and other things happened that make it n risky business to Mart a fire. Before putting up the Moves, the chimneyH, flues and pipes should be thoroughly inspected no that all danger of lire is re moved. All know that fire insurance rates are high but they will nev r be rcduccdjsn long as so many people are so careless with (Ires. Th Insurance companies can not be expected to do business at a loss: if they did they would oon go Into bankruptcy, their policies be worthless, and the premium paid by policy holders l...

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