Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 28, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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ELGIN. OKLA T A RM ER5 CHAMPION
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Cser-t w i tits at-i sver
bare HttAuX BDSrszt&tt &!
PROBABLY BET WASM7 PAID
Vsi9Ur Ur.'ubttl H4 V&i It.
but Thft Vf Othtf Clrcvrt-
itinctt to CirWr
It t Sr tr lb- wrtr VJr
"Mfttncaft boir iaa7 of tb Je
ftitlati lr- trexia ilih'-t of 7wn r
"Twenty fr r ''
"Will 7 lt ! tbftt yr bar
Wif lbn "
"'J( iUik- OttnltnfAhf-r litowa
Kxi nit tjitf A'ii-u ftbft 0fti4m'Ahr
H'ltilria evt3T J'-a Tbftt mftk-
tzattJy two rf'f.
'AfJ tb w" pfii(iwj 7ane Ilol-
rt laj bt ;a'
"Wry HI III bl '
"TTJitn 7w i Unt 'f I're brok-
fl im of w Nw Vork Ktnlti
SHE GAVE UP
ALL HER WORK
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Carwi ta Weaai'i Tmic.
BfaafU ak StrMS.L
Hummlt Va-Hra Ienora Walker
of tblf plaee baa (ho following to aay
regarding her experience with Cardut
I ha woman') tonic: "ll.-fore I began
o Uk Card'jl I auff-red with woman-
If trouble and alio with what I
thought waa Momar.h trouble. I wan
o weak I had to giro up all tny
housework; and could not do any of
1 coimm tired lakltitr Cnrdul. th
wc-maN'a Ionic and nfler tin third clay
I began to fi better. Havo now
used flvn bottles and ntn well nnd
ran do nil of my housework nnd cook-
ing by myself. In fact I feel llko a
I shall In only too glad to do any-
thing I can to help prnlan tho Cnrdul
Ilninn Trcntmctit for It la o Rood for
iifTerlm; women. I hIiiiII sever bo
For over lirilf a rentury Cnrdul linn
been liftl'iln-r to biflld wrnk wrvowt
tlrcil out women hack to stretiHth nnd
henlth. It noes to tho sent of llio trou
bin nnd luilldn up womanly atri'tith
whoro It In most needed. '
Cnrdul may ho tho very medicine
your system lias ionic in't needing.
(let a bottle from your druggist today.
It cannot harm you mid should surely
do for you wlmt It linn dono for no
many thnusntids of others.
Stooai MxtklM Ui. ChallBtHmaa. Tenn fur
StmlallKttrmlttm. and M lla bmli"liiin Treat.
RMtit lor .VViiitian." sent In plain wiaciier oa
Aha Should Not Contradict.
An oftlcer In thn Inillan Hiirvlcn who
wn not piirllciilurly noted ror ituml
looks one ilny turned to lilts wlfo'a
aynh and snld:
"lo I lint look llko 11 tnonkiiyj"
Expecting that nlm would of rourae.
hastnn tn reply In thn ne(;nllvo. jn
wnn ratlmr taken nlmck however
when she replied
"Tilt; Protector of tho Poor In plrnn-
ed to say so nnd how inn liln slave
darn lo rontnnllct him?"
tmportnnt to Mot here
Kinniiint carefully every bottle o(
CAHTOIIIA u rnifo mid nuro remedy for
luianis 11 11 11 iniiiireu mid aee that It
children mid aee that It
In llso For Over
Children Cry for Klolohor'e Cutoria
"Kullierlnn has suili n tnlilng way"
"I wish bIiii hud 11 way or bringing
l)rk."llosloii IJvftilnr TrMiscrlpl.
Unnttliialiiiii rniiK-it mul nuKMvstrii msny
jetlt-iw (II..-HM-. U i Ihiiriiinihly rurnl by
Ir Plrite'. PI(.Mit ivikt. ! bnorlli
family Uistlvit Adv.
Hnlcknrn nnd kIkMhn scum to Imvn
taken (he place of tho gnoil old futh-
lenud hearty laugh
Ike Cons Is whjt hurts but lln tlrll. Is
tf . ' Mlllllolril CoukIi 1)1 lip
is Mm tickle tV at aooii Dnimil.lt
A peer Imitation of wlokeduesa to
Mlw Uuu Uh-tmJ Ustaar.
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KEEPING TAI ON
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Fir trw e-f White Heck Cbltkene.
ftr WA OAUQHCKl
A U-'r it'Jirriivti tA tb tot!
fiti.By .-. ti yens jcaltry
evatt airily 1 .T-Tti brlcist
wa fcrti fti Ktll Ttrfrttwtit
A few rt 9 v.11 4 jx tji.
JtV tt:l UX.ttt4 jii til
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tx Ut Out t4 EiJ ft tabuk loci7 BTI k4 dH fw (!rtp-
1U.k o i7 ti plm. ib fctit JE troaad tb win drassinc We
i 'Tt !? tfc f1"1 h' -
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"; uij usr ccih nxirr:ri ftnz it
' . rJ! trok:n "d "
ftlaj . tm4 Out tby wbUIlwI
ibUkt la nxij all .uirm rf A-'jr
ront Tbl UtJtht tu ft lvofj that
ba viyr bo totr.oUti nd tbat
tot oar Uat by any o-an In
the yltr7 bult-c It U jtitl one !-
ton afu.r aoothr. and Hill w don't
Jr-lnd 'u know It all oat) ner-r
- t'-U Uit tM U l-arn. but wj uerer
wak.. the tame raUUke tt.- but try
t learn noctbir.c through erery wla- thy Jitinie don limply and drld that
Uke rnad" and that U o:n conola- aft the akin beUeen the feather ap.
tlon whn thine ro vtqiik- Wbaterer pearfd an dry and llfelPBi ai parch-
tbe trouble In. we try to fled the eauie fn-nt. We bare neTr ud laid or any
and r-ivoe IL knj ot anma greMe on young fowli
A ij.-ln.ibor of our lout nearly a bun-1 Ince. K-roc-n la worse If iomo-
dnd younic hlck 1at year bcaue ; tliln? of tlil aort muat be uited. let .1
of Imoranre or car-l-fn-ii probably t b- olive oil vaaellne or eren caitor
a little of both. Tbo chlcka were not oil We hate usd thege with good ro
properly cared for and tbey became nulla. When htntlnic lice alwayi
Tery 10U Ther bad bU hktchcrl . ralan Ihn ifinrl f..alh-r. on tho nnl.lil
t !.. V ...... . . .
7 " ual '" Pica lr mail
oroo.-r inc.iol in ft imall yard
' "'M; '"A r r rrmi could grow.
' '" plt" C' "" act tnkt ''r" val no
"Ck " Kra on the plaf and Uo
plenty of ahade not a bl of either was
( prorld'd for tho rhlcka
They would probably all have died
( looner or later anyway but ae atated
Mbore they rot yury loum-y and tho
. ownr made a abort lob of it br ntii.lv.
j Iiik lard Thla did the ork It killed
nil the chlcka Innlilo of an hour or two
and It la not at all likely that any lieu
Now It was not tint lard nlonn that
did nil this inlsnhler nlthuuKh It had
ben 11 applied too freely. Tills hap-
polled to bn whe tho thermometer
registered 10 dr green In the shitdo.
Thu chicks hud no sliiule except the
brooder which wiih uliotit 11 h good na
noun to iniikti nmtlern worse tho own-
it niter treating tin. chicks to lard
went to call at 11 tielghtmi'H house and
IAKE CARE OF THE HARNESS
) Should Do Cleaned at Least Once
Every Year Frequent Spongln-j
Will Help Appearance
(lly A JOHMI'll. fi-ni'e Tnl)
llurtifss should ho cleaned thor-
ough!) at least once a year tho sprltii;
being the best time.
Tnkn the harness nil apart and soak
the parts In it wash tub of lukn wnrc
water with a handful of wushlng soda
Let the harness soak fifteen or
twenty minutes nnd then scrub with
nn ordinary scrubbing brush When
the leather Is nearly dry use eilgo
hlnrklng It can bo obtained from n
hnrni'ssiiinker If ou cannot gut It
tuku hnlf gallon of vinegar and put
pieces of lion In It for three or four
days or until the Urn-gar Is n rich
(live the leather it good coat of this
fluid and rub the harness thoroughly.
Tnkn a quart of nentsfoot oil nnd n
half pint of kerosene. .Mix mul wnrm
them mid give thn bariums two coats
of this liking It freely
When the till linn dried sponge thn
hnrness with lukn wnrm wnter nnd
rnslllii son p. Use the Imported ras
tile soap as (lie nil In It also helpn to
often thu leather.
Harness treated In this way will
look like new mul glvn nhniit double
wear mid can be kept looking well
by sponging with thu castllo soap fre-
quently. Control Boll Wsevll.
Occasionally thn theory In nn-
tiounceil Hint tho boll weevil can he
controlled by lain planting better thnn
by curly planting of the cotton crop.
Tho bureau of entomology linn con
dueled many experiments to deter-
mine whether late planted cotton will
produce a satisfactory crop. The re-
sults have all been negative
heller In Pasture
flhade nnd inciter should be In
every sheep Mature. If there are
plenty of trees well and Rood other-
wise a cheap btiUdlng nliould be put
THE CHICKEN FLOCK
fcrr ktw what was ukisg plae la J
tr nTj yard estil It a. too lat (
tO Ti4-r iM Tb'a r tyt tV -4 .
of ft tfalUr iric tht wortd 1
otlr ft littl Iti JUftitwj to tb
tUekt w v a fia cJ trowl
L4ir-rB I-V. nfr.W fth t
tor oun?lA by 3y kisd o sovltxr '
su0 fra " clhr
vnrj to-::. Siiitzir bcfta
1ooiUIIr tad were tberfor Trr
tta into -r itoti by tbs les.
- - . .. -
-tv.& ..-j l.j . iit . f.
ttr-Brtb 6ototfalae bad to b doa.
U(j quickly W couM think of
arAbla.;. tbi-a. but Urd bleb we r
pJkj a reaoyu rjuantltlHi Kone
ppi j0 their bnidv an no llcs
wr found thf-re Thi!r lo- w-re
fary uaturated They had fr ranse
howrer and plenty of abade Only a
few of the cbkka diod but a rood
tmnr m ininn. in.. ir ...ncA
in take th lif 0.1 nf ihclr (r..
.... . . --
I of the wing there may be tornn lie
on the body of the chirk but as a
rule they are rnont 'nutuerouii among
the feather on the outilde that is.
under the abort f.-athera among the
' large wing qullla. !
Don't be il-rclred When a chick or
' turkey poult b"gln to drop without
' any apparent cauie It la a algn or lice;
when you nee tho little feathers In th
I wlniri either run.11 tit. nr nniirrnw ih. I
! body look for lice When their shanki
1 or head look pale or shrunken aenrch
If thorn tiro nny lien or mites on the
premlneit go after them with a ven- I
geance they will take posseeslon If
given half a elmncn Whtru llco thrive
poultry Villi not Don't glvo the rata
ti chanrn either I.at year a rat
crept In at otio of our chick houae
doom nlilch wn left open a few
Inclien nnd killed nine chlcka In less
than half nn hour. This was caused
by luck of forethought.
NOTES OF THE DAIRY FARM
Dairying Is One of Few Absolutely
Permanent Systems of Agriculture
Name Your Cuws.
A row's ancestry Is valuables only
so fur us It teaches us how to produce
(llvit each tow n nnme nnd call her
by It mid you will be surprised to sio
how soon she will answer lo IL
Kurroundliig conditions havo much
to do with thu milk producing value of
Dairy rows cannot mnko an good
use of wholo grain ns they can of
grain that has been ground.
In thu generality of cases heifers
with their first calf do not show an
high 11 test of butter-fat as they do
at a morn mature nge.
A period of rest before freshening
will usually produce n lurger flow of
milk than where the nnltnul Is milked
close 11.1 to calving.
A man inn better afford to sell but-
tor at thn cost of production than to
sell grain that Is when the soiling
price of the butler Includes tho feeds
and labor at their niarUet-vnluo
Much farm butter sells at a low
price not because It Is In Itself bud
but because It Is made to suit the
maker nnd not thn buyer
A stud of thn kind of butter llkod
best In ono'R market Is qullu essential
to high prices- us much so nn a
know bilge of tho principles underly-
ing good butter-making.
Wn cuii wnrm witter more cheaply
In soiiiu other way than through tho
The dairy cow'n stable should com-
bine wnrtnth ventilation and drain
Dairy farming In one of tho few ab-
solutely permanent systems of airs-
culture. Do not try to cheat your
cown by giving them an ounce less el
anything than tbey will profitably con-
sume nor crowd them at anvtlme be-
yond their normal enpaclty.
Frotress In dalryln la greatest
where there In the most Interest Cow-
test associations stimulate latere
(HIS HRST YEAIt AT FARMfK
Vin PrtflXRS and Prizes Li
Ccmpelitk. With ht
Vtfa Xi tieci-iiie of 7iic as
Vi. ;w.tia Is rtbtti xzti cet.
tzA Is. n!etiyx.ti oaczuiccj
iisiz&vzl tie UtiK-i SaUri. -ia Is
tttir rUr life. wcrt.4 cs ti lir-
Tl iHxjtsAz.lt d 3iy Hf wer it-
trucL.re vsl3 tiy Uc4 tie ners
reality 71-i jjle -a-sM tT
de ittter Ixi ti7 resa!sHi ca tie
fins y.tzj of ttTS. ostii4 cf
ttj are zrr gf.;.-g "tuutk ta ti
luA." xz-i Is tie ei;rit. ao bit-
tr jlae o:r sot bitr ojportsslty
iSzri-i. tiis tiat erirttsg la WtTS
Ci'iit itxzr it te3 tare Ui'.s
adTftstae cf it ard tser are to t
IcrzzA toiay hzAttri.i of nth fans-
lsg Is tie Previse! of Masluba.
Eatkatcbevfts tsd Alberta. The cos-
iitlcrt that rsrrcrssd farsisg opera-
Ucct toi.j- are to tsscb aprlor to
Xjytt la exltesc daring; thMr early
fanslng days that there If as attrac-
tion atfst It. IrsproTtd tsachloery.
ltil asd cpn plalas no rocks to
then 00 trs to t down bat wide
tretehi with tstle-Iosg fnrrowi ele-
vators to bandle the grain railways to
carry It to tarket and bring almost
to thIr doors the things necessary to
oprate. Splendid grating areas ex-
eIlnt opportonltles for raising cattle.
These tblcgt we all t3 different from
what they once were that there Is rea-
10a Uj spak of the attractions II H.
Crctsman of Klndersl'-y. Saskatche-
wan the man who won sach splendid
prlrs at t le International Dry Fana-
Ing Congress held at Tulaa Oklahoma
last fall gTew the prlxe grains daring
his first 7ear fanning. Vp to 1313 he
was an engineer and the only know.
edge be bad of farming was that ob-
tained when be was a boy. That was
very useful; In fact it was valuable
to blra He had not forgotten it.
Thousands with as little experience as
he had can do well by taking up one
of the 1 CO-acre grants offered by the
Canadian government. Advertise-
ment Afraid of Lawyers.
An old colored man charged with
stealing chickens was arraigned In
court and wa Incriminating himself
hen the Judge said "You ought
to have a lawyer. Where Is jour lav.-
yerr Ah ain't rot no lawyer Jedg.t" said
the old man.
Very ell then" said his honor
"111 assign a lawyer to defend ou."
' Ob no suh. no suh' I'leaee don't
do dat!" the darl:y begged
"Why not?" asked the Judge. "It
won't cost jou anything. Why don't
joii want a lawyer?"
'-Will Jidge Ah'll tell you suh."
said the old man waving his tattered
old hat confidentially "lilt's Jes dls
way Ah won' tuh enjoy dem chick-
Future John D.
' Apropos of compulsory school at-
tendance. Superintendent Maxwell
' said In New York:
j "A certain Yakublcka a Ilohemlan
1 urchin rose suddenly the other after-
j noon in the midst of the lesson piled
I hl books in an orderly heap nnd pro-
1 teeded to clump out of the room.
I "Yakublcka whore are jou going?"
1 tho astonished teacher asked.
J " 'Teacher' Yakublcka nnswercd
gravely 'exactly fourteen jears ago
nt 3 o'tlock in tho nfternoon I was
nam So 1 am now entitled to quit
"From the doorway ho waved his
bund at his fellow students.
" 'So long fellers' he said. 'I'm off
to learn pnnts making'"
Kver notice that the girl with a
broken Ik art always manages to savs
u feu of the pieces?
Restored Hope and Confidence.
After several yearn of Indigestion
mid Its attendant evil Influence on the
mind It Ib not very surprising that
one finally loses faith In things gen-
erally. A N. Y. woman writes an Interesting
letter. Sho nays:
"Three )cars ngo 1 suffered from an
attack of peritonitis which left mo In
n most miserable condition. For over
two years I suffered from nervousness
weak heart shortness of breath could
not sleep etc.
".My nppetlto wa ravenous but I
felt starved all the time.. I had plenty
ot food but It did not nourish me be-
cause of Intestinal Indigestion. Medi-
cal trentment did not neem to help. I
got discouraged stopped medicine ant)
did not care much whether I lived or
"One dny a friend asked me why I
illtUt't try drape-Nuts food stop drink-
lng coffee and ttso Pontum. I had lost
fnlth In everything but to pleaso my
friend I began to ttso both and soon
became very fond of them.
"It wasn't long before I got some
strength felt a decided change In ray
ystem hope fcprang up In my heart
and slowly but surely I got better. I
could sleep very well the constant
craving for food ceased and I bar
batter health now than before tbe at-
tack of peritonitis.
"My husband and I are atlll suing
CMae-Muta and Poatvm."
tiName given by Peetam 0'. Battle
Creek Mich. Read "The Road teWetl-
elHe" in pkg. "TlwrVi a KeaweaA
i brree she ssn letsert A
GASOUKE IN THE KITCHEN
Kx t CWiMf hctsinj Is Better Than J
Trat Uzunil Tfcsv;) It Wast
&t Carrffcllr Hirilei.
A rs cf FMotoe is the fclteses for
tleiz&zt jirjos w-jfl b itnt.4 ft
frt-U btl? !f etdlsary care Ji '
eiil xxalsit ire- To cleas the ga
stCTe. n2i tie Ju Is a Kttle gasoline
a.i It wtM rtte all dirt and do
away with aay eior frcta the gas
rxsx. r t-crsb the JU "1th a little
irtih tflj;-ed la gajoUse.
To oaa eerf per or alamlnam cook
lag ctesiilr sc-ak a cloth la gasoline
aid ... oa the oatilde of the etl
This will r0Te all black or dlscol-
crsts from the metal.
For grease marks or dirty spots oa
woodwork a little gasollce applied
with a dc'.h will remove then at
If the drain la the sink becomes
sloped cp remove all water from the
sick and pour la a pint or more of
gasoline and let It stand. This will
est the cause of stoppage la a little
Iletore blacklag a stove or range
rub off the top wltb a cloth wet with
gasoline asd it will remove all dirt
and grease and make tbe blacking
stay on longer
He careful to keep all gasoline away
from the fire
RECIPES FOR APPLE BUTTER i
Two Different Methods of PrepaHea 1
Delicacy That Have Equal
Amsunt of Merit.
Cook these In the usual way as for
1 apple sauce but if yon bave any fresh
apple Juice boiled down to a srup. 1
cook them In It aa It Improves tbe
Savor For six quarts of cooked ap- '
pies then take one pint of good elder
vinegar and two and one-half pounds
( of brown sugar Boll all down to one
gallon and when thick and nearly
done season to taste with cinnamon
or other spice desired and put up In
Jars like Jam It will keep well for
any length of time
Another way Is this lioll new cider
down to one half quantity Pare cut
and core equal quantities of sweet and
sour apples. Put the sweet apples
Into a large kettle to soften a little
first as they are the hardest. Add
; enough boiled cider to cook them in
After boiling half an hour stirring
! often put in tho sour apples and add
more boiled elder wltb molasses
enough to iwecten moderately. lioll
I until tender stirring to present burn-
Four tablespoonfuls gelatine one
lemon one large. Juicy orange and
one pound granulated sugar.
Take two thirds of cup cold water
and soak gelatine file minutes. Mix
sugar with two-thirds of cup ot cold
water and at the boiling point add
the soaked gelatine. lioll 20 minutes
slowly but steadily. Add grated rind
I and Juice of the orange and the juice
I of the lemon you should have one-
half of a large cup of juice. Wet a
tin with cold wnter and pour In the
mixture to the depth of one Inch. 1
When firmly set Immerse the mold In '
wnrm water and turn out. Cut In
cubes nnd roll In confectioners' sugar
to which ou hnvu added a teaspoon- I
ful of cornstarch. Different fruit I
Juice coloring nnd flavor may be
used Detroit Freo Press.
Uses for Ammonia.
For taking out blood stains am-
monia has 110 equal. Uven If the
stains aru old nnd dark stroni; ntn-
moqla water will dissolve them very
quickly. For burns It Is n good rem-
edy; It will be both cooling nnd scith-
lng und If used In time will prevent
tho formation of a blister. For tho
bites of mosquitoes and other poison-
ous Insects It Is equally cltlcnclous
nnd for restoring color to cloth cot-
ton linen or en on woolens there Is
Cut orange-peel In long one fourth-
Inch strips. Place In granite irnnwnro
snucepan In cold water and bring to
bolllng-polut. Ilepeat process three
times. Then measure orange-peel inlii
an equal quantity of sugar and hot
water to cover and cook until white
of pulp Is translucent Then remove
from sirup roll In granulated sugar
and plnce on platen or racks to dry.
Three eggs reserving tho whites of
two for frosting one cup sugnr one
cup milk one tablespoon flour butter
size of egg one tablespoon vanilla
l.cmon may bo used If preferred
lieat eggs mix flour and sugar nnd
add then the melted butter then milk
nnd extract. Heat welt and bake In
open crust as custard. For frosting
heat whiten of two eggs add one-halt
cup sugar mul brown lightly In oven.
Select flno whole clams scrub the
shells and rinse several times. Now
place thorn hinge aide up on the floor
of a cook kettle ualng a dozen and a
hnlf to two dozens of clams. Cover
tho clams half way with water and
allow to simmer until all have opened
up and let out their Juices. Strain
season to taste and aerre hot or cold.
Dumpllnge for Mew.
Two cups flour one-balf teaspoon
aatt two teaspoons baking powder
(ot heaping) milk enough to make
eft dough. I mix wltb a silver knife
aad bandle very little. Holl out and
cut In ahape and steam in a greasd
elander over boiling water 0 or K
BBla.tee Tbey am vr- light.
You never tasted
biscuits than those
Uktd with Calumet.
For Calumet In-
BGJUST AWARDS I
I V. Ja u t. 1 ..l
i 1 tv -try wa-ra rn mr r MKOal I
MkflM-fcr. D..lk-UW. hrOUMt. H'tl
murt mm lcl-w whiln.au git tMt ratilkft. I
mwmi i.r W 1. wmmr !! w MOB.
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NO. BROADWAY OKLAHOMA. PITY. OKLA.
Serum Will Save lliiLa.a
Your Ho.s From 111101819
Wilte for free booklet. We manufacture our
Strum at our plant at Oklahoma Cltr.Oklahoma.
Btatt Veterinary In chart. OKLAHOMA STOCK
YARDS SERUM COMPANY PHONE WAL-
NUT 5541 OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA
My Free Book
on Chronic DliMifi of Men OS pages mailed
to any addrea on receipt of two cent itamp.
15 years In Oklahoma City. All corrwpomt.
enroconfldentUl.and solicited. Or 0 P MshL
Seeetalltt 1I8J4 W. Main It Okla. City 01.1s!
by uie of Antl Hog Cholera Strum manube.
lured under Government Inspection. Write "7JTr I
iwiay tor use particulars Wichlta-Okla J.
noma Betum Co Stock Yards Okla. City.
One little chocolate coated TTOT
BPHINOS MVKll 1IUTTON to-uisht
menus Joyful satisfaction In the morn-
ing. They are wonderful wllllnjr
workers and the way they tone up a
torpid lUer and drive foul secretlona
from the bowels Is a blessing.
They are flue fur upset stomaoh too
and lack of appetite also for nervous-
"". ijlllounneu and dizziness. Ifyott
will take one a night for a week jou'U
know what ambition and energy really
Vom'U look better too) rmr ekbs .
ylll be clearer) plmplca will start
disappear ami eyes will brlghiea w ltd
lb supreme joy f living. "
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Wessel, R. H. Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 28, 1914, newspaper, January 28, 1914; Elgin, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69541/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.