Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 27, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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ELGIN OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
FAILS TO SECURE
Uif Owe Frieidi Auert Could
Net Recognize Her Whea
Brought Face to Face.
Arritts Va. Mrs. D. J Ilowen of
this town makos tho following state-
ment: "For 20 years I Buffered with
womanly troubles and although I
tried different treatments 1 did not
.get any relief.
I was unnblo to look after any of
ray work and tuy f Herds thought I
ould not get well.
Finally I began to take Cardial tho
woman's tonic and 1 hadn't taken
one-third of tho first bottle before I
could notlco Ha good effects.
Now I can do all my work feel like
I'm not mora than 16 years old but
am really iD. My own friends say I
look so well thoy don't recognlzo mo
when wo meet In tho road.
My daughter Is using Cardul and
ho says It Is a fine medicine. I also
have a number of lady friends taking
It slnco they found out how It holpcd
Whenovcr I feol n llttlo fatigued
after a day's extra hard work I Just
tako a doso of Cardul and am all
I can't say loo much for Cardul."
Thousands of women who now suitor
from womanly troubles could ho re-
lieved and bonoflted by following Mrs
Are you of this number?
If so try Cardul today. It cannot
harm you and Is almost euro to do
At tho nearest drug store. Adv.
I'rcscnco of mind In lovcmaklng Is
apt to Indicate! absence of heart.
(let It to tho bottom of tho affectod
Affinity tho llrst man to show up
with a solltalru.
Rod Cron Hall Illue innkri tlie hundreds
hippy tnnkc clotlipx whiter than mow.
All good (jrocL'M. Adv.
Some men inako both ends meet by
stinting their whoa atid others by not
Dr. 1'iercp'. I'rllrta rimll niRir-coitcd
nt.y to taki in candy resulato and invig-
orate atnnuich hcr anil bond and euro
"That orator is going on a comet-
like course of lectuiltig."
"Yes and with a special train."
"So Julia came up to tho scratch
without a whimper. Sho's a duck of
"Yes silo's game."
"Hut poverty gets to you quicker"
added tho fool. Cincinnati Knqulror.
"What I am I owe to my wife."
"Well take my advice and don't pay
tho debt. Sho mailo a mess of tho
Once for All.
"Now l'reddle onco for nil will you
wnsh jour face and hands?"
"Suru thing If It's onco for all."
Ono of tin great milk markets Is tho
cheeso Industry which Is concentrated
In Now York nnd Wisconsin. Theso
states together make moro than three-
fourths of tho national product. Their
output Is nearly equal Wisconsin lend-
ing slightly. Michigan I'ennslvunla
California Oregon Illinois nnd Minne-
sota are. In tho order named the other
principal cheoso-mnkliig states. Near-
ly all tho cheeso Is tnmlo in small fac-
tories Wisconsin makes 47 per cent
of tho total.
DID THE WORK
drew Strong on Right Food.
You can't grow strong by merely ex-
ercising. You must have food tho
kind ou can digest and assimilate.
Unless tho food you eat Is digested
it adds to tho burden tho digestive or-
gans havo naturally to carry. This
often means a nervous breakdown.
"About a year ago" writes a Mass.
Jady "I had qutto a serious nervous
breakdown caused as I believed by
overwork and worry. I also suffered
untold misery from dyspepsia.
"First I gave up my position then I
tried to find n remedy for my troubles
something that would malto mo well
nnd strong something to rest my tired
stomach nnd build up my worn-out
nerves nnd brain.
"I tried ono kind ot medicine after
nnothcr but nothing seemed to help
"Finally a friend suggested chango
of food nnd recommended Orapo-Nuts.
"With llttlo or no faith In It. 1 tried a
package. That was eight months ago
and I havo never been without It
"Oropc-Nuts did tho work. It helped
mo grow Btrong and well. Crape-Nuts
put now 41fo into mo. built up my
wholo system -and mado another wom-
an of' me!"
Karoo given by Postum CQsIlattle
Creek Mich. Head "The Road to
Wellvlllc" In pkgs'. ' ''There's o Bea-
. Ever rend th above letter? A mm
sVaa antara fram time. In lint. Thar
CONFECTIONS ALL LIKE
HOU8EWIPE ALWAYS SAFE IN
8ERVINQ THE 8TRAWBERRY.
Here Are 8lx Suggestions for the Utf
of the Delicious Fruit Muffins
Added to Enjoyment of Af-
Straw berry Ilnvarlan Cream. Take
one cupful of mashed strawberries us-
ing both tho pulp and tho Juice three
quarters of cupful of powdered sugar
ono cupful heavy cream stiffly beaten
and three-quarters of lovel tablespoon
ful of granulated golatln. Soak th
gelatin lit four tablespoonfuls cold wa-
ter. When It Is soft melt over hot
water. Add melted golatln to straw-
berry Julco and lot It partially cool oi
set Heat tho sugar In Ji.o whipped
cream fold this Into tho partly set
gelatin and allow tho wholo to stiffen
thoroughly beforo serving. It may be
molded In large fancy mold In a plain
loaf or Individual molds. This dlsb
may bu served with plain cream and
sugar or tho remainder of tho box ol
straw borrles may bo mashed sweet-
ened to taste and poured around It.
Old-Fnshlotied Straw berry Short
Cake. Ono quart flour ono scant tea-
spoonful salt two teasroonfuls baking
powder two tnblespooufuls butter ono
pint milk. Sift flour salt and powder
together rub In cold butter add milk
and mix Into smooth dough Just soft
enough to handle IMvlcIo In half and
roll out tho size of pan used. Ilake
In hot oven 20 minutes. Scparnto the
cake and spread with butter.' Hull ono
quart strawberries wash mash add
j cupful sugar spread over cnKo and
Steamed Strawberry Pudding. Mix
ono cupful sugar two eggs ono tea-
spoonful baking powder two cupful?
Hour ono cupful sweet milk two cup-
fuls strawberries and steam two hours
l...oh two additional cupfttls of berries
add three-quarters cupful sugar and
una with pudding.
Strawberry I'unch Hull nnd wnBh
ono quart rlpo strawberries and half a
pint raspberries Crush together nnd
strain Julco through a slovo. Make a
ulrup of two cupfuls sugar and ono
and one-half cupfuls water. Mix with
tho Juice and sirup a largo tumble!
port wino. Keop on Ice for Bovcral
hours. Servo In small glasses with
Strawberry Muffins. Add to one
pint flour two teaspoonfuls baking
powder and a little salt; sift all to
gethor. Cream one-quarter cupful ot
butter two tablespoonfuls sugnr nnd
add the beaten yolkh ot two eggs. Stli
Into butter sugar und eggs alternately
rai cupful sweet milk and the flour
mixture. When smooth stir in beaten
whites of two eggs. Have ready one
cupful fresh strawberries thoroughly
cleaned and hulled and sprinkled with
sugar. Stir Into tho mixture without
breaking. I'our In buttered muffin
tltiB bako in slow oven three-quarters
of an hour and servo warm.
Straw berry Ijiyer Cake. Cream ono
cupful sugar and ono tablcspoonful but-
ter. Add ono egg beaten thoroughly
ono cupful sweet milk two cupfuls flour
Into which two toaspooufuls baking
powder hnvo been sifted a pinch of
salt and n dash of nutmeg. Divide
this mlxturo Into two or threo cako
tins and hake In a moderately hot
oven. Hull and clean ono box straw-
berries cut the berries In half sweet-
en and place between and on top ot
layers. Whip a half pint cream until
stilt. Put over berries and servo.
Children will enjoy these for lunch
or supper even though they do not
like rhubarb. Many children very
much dlsliko It in fact.
Tho rhubarb Is stowed In half Its
weight of sugur and a llttlo water.
While It Is cooking mix a biscuit bat-
ter using a pint of flour a halt ten-
spoonful salt two teaspoonfuls ot bak-
ing powder nnd a cupful of milk. Drop
this In tho rhubarb by spoonfuls and
cook for from eight to ten minutes.
A pinch of ground ginger or n fow
raisins cnu bu added If tho flavor
To keep tho tablecloth clean at a
child's place I havo found it most
helpful to get soma thin whlto oiled
paper spread under thfa child's plate
and extending a llttlo beyond. It
will not bo very noticeable especially
It It la cut and laid smoothly on tho
To keep n meal hot for a lato
comer tako a soup plate and almost
till It with hot wntcr then place tho
dinner plate with Its contents on
top ot tho hot Eoup plate nnd cover
closely w 1th another plato. Exchange.
Little 8teamed Puddings.
Cream one-quarter cupful of butter
with one-half cupful qf sugar add one-
halt cupful of milk then ono cupful ot
flour sifted with two level teaspoon-
fu's ot buklng powder and a pinch ot
salt and lust told In tho stlffiy beaten
w-nltos ot three eggs. Have somo small
molds or cups buttered fill half full
with tho batter cover with buttered
paper and steam three-quarters ot an
hour. Serve hot with a sauce.
Individual Peach Dessert
In a frappo glass place one-half a
peach from a can of peaches with tbo
cuvlty eldo up. In tho hollow place
four or five marsh mallows and nearly
cover with sirup from tho can. Now
heap up the bUbs with whipped cream
piled lightly on top ot tbe marshraar-
lows berro very oold with crisp maa-aroous.
Clothes are expensive
rubbing wears them
out quickly stop rub-
binguse RUB -NO-MORE
C ARBO NAP-
kills germs. Prevents
Saves clothes saves
money saves you.
SOAP should also
be used to wash
the finest fabric. It
purifies the linens.
Makes It sweet and
need hot water.
Carbo Disinfects Napthn Cleans
Carbo Nipthi Soap Washing Powder
Five Cents All Grocers
The Rub-No-Morc Co. Ff.Wnync.Ind.
HW . t
I parti of the Prcn Incei of !i
Alb.rU have produced won- V
clerful yield! of Whnl Oait
ti-.i ..j ri ui .
-yhrIIVl DinirwiurwK. nurai ktbucu
fiJIlll' 'rora Contract to No. 1 Hard V
III welshed heavy and tri.ld.ii from 20 V
IWJt 4U...I.-I. ..... 99l...ll. .. ... V
11 - ..u.ii.i. .i m.t. uudiwi HM I fUl
n bdoui me loiai average mk.-i rartn- if
y. Ing may be considered fully as profit- uA
i aDie an industry as cram railing. 1 he
excellent Brasses full of nutrition are
V. the only food required either for beef
V rtr rlilra ni.mnasa In 1(119 .hh m.!.. In
. V. ua...f .'wa .. 11.. BIIU wiauiiii
f 19U. at imciiKO. m.nnooa earned oil t
th. Ch.mpiowihlp for b.f a!..r. Good UJ
school! marketa convenient climate ex- M
1 cellent. For the homesteader the man
who wlshe to farm extensively or they
investor. Canada oners the blRsest on-
ponunuy oi any place on ine continent.
Apply for descriptive literature and
I reduced railway rati to
' Ottawa Canada or to
Q. A. COOK
123 W. Oth Street
Kansas City Mo
i Government Agent
Man'e f 3-Oq tl.so M-OO
iltu a 4.ou ax M.OO
Women's &&-".? M
SI.50 SI.7fiSaS2.50 S3
UtgaA Bitalnaei HI
DOMlM tbOM tS 111 Xltl
Thlt 1 t be rrruKin we kIt you tbe
lama vluM lor 3 00. 3 &u. f I W
nd 14 60 notwithsuandiug tbe
eoormcui mcre-um in ibenwt ci
icaiDfr uur Biinonroi nave
not txti low pit aod tbo price
to j ou rem&lni the fmn.
Aih. i our dAltr to thow rou
kind of W. L. Uouclai ho he
elllnji for H OO U U). 94 UOttu!
Ml ou will then be ronvincetl
tliAt tor itrle comfort and mr Ice
tber fevre abenlutelr sood u
oiikt m.M wi(i at nicner prim.
Tbe only difference It tin prlre.
TAKK NO SUBSTITUTE.
(ntln WltbOMt W L XhrulM Bavm
Umr4 en tb IvotUtn. If W u Itourlai
lUMe an no ior mi in your Tieinuy orttrj
oiraei nam incturj ddom ior iwtrj mmor
int lamiiy at an Ticra fotisF "
i file for Illustrated caulo ahowing bw
orArhf ntall. W. L. DOUGLAS
S10 tpsufc Btrt Broclltoe. Hui
' ft Shoe Polishes
Finest Quality Larccst Variety
CILT T.DGE ih ofllr UJ.V ilro rlrrf!ri j ii rx.
tivrtr conUmi OIL. IlUckl end fKallihet Itdin' and
chilJrrn'a bodt auj tltcrf shines wltliout rub-
bin ir. 2Sc 'lTfiich (Jloi" 10c.
J I'AK cooiUntnon (or cUenier rJ poIisMcg U tlndi
of tut f Un show 10c. I)anJy" m25c.
'UU1CK Will IK' (in Ifquhl fcrru wtihipons)
fiukkly clcmu eod wlilten dittr canva tho
II Alt Y r.LITH eoraMrutioQ for BmOmt wHoltW
pndt In htvnc th-ir iho lock AI. ltr.oi. etot tJ
luiiie leell Urk tKoc. I'oluh witK brutb or cloth 10c.
If jrouf drlr oott not Vtv tn kind you went tend
in the price In lUmri for fall me pekt chergi paid.
wiiiTir.Moiu; uhos. & co.
29-26 Albany St. Cnmbrlitue MtM.
7sf UlJtttonJ I.rft$t Marufucturtrt of
ho4folUhc$ In Urn World.
Stxla Fountain t Wo liure made up tvadr for
prompt alilpment 0 H 10 12 anil i!0 ft. frunl
system pump rertlcn outflts new ami slightly
unil at a bli; NU'lui; In Jirko on rmr mnnthly
payments. Thu Orosnmu Co. Inc. D-illis.Tei.
One of the Finest.
Policeman What's jour uamo little
Llttlo (llil (who Is IobU Fanny Kl-
Pollcnmnn Hut what's your nume
In tho country?
For wlro cuts uso Hanford's Dalsam.
If you don't want people to like you
criticize what they do. '
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as va e
j TfcV "sr1
X. ' I JL Ma
DEMAND IS FOR ABLE MAN
High Positions Waiting for Those
Who Are Competent Properly
to Fill Them.
Wo know n big firm In ono ot tho
oldest and most Important Industries
In this country which has boon hunt-
ing for over n jejur for a man to
whom to pay $ir000 nnd they cannot
find him wrlteR tho editor ot tho
We know an executlvo who wants
two or thren men ns nsslstnnts; If hu
could find them In his plant ho would
gladly pay them $40 n week lie has
tried a considerable number In theso
positions during tho past yenr but
without success as yet. lie feels that
ho Is posltUely hampered by the lack
Wo know thnt there Is an nctlvo de-
mand for $2000 men nnd wo can
readily believe that thero Is a keen
demand for $10000 men.
It Is remarkable thnt In n plant cm-
plo)ltig sny a thousand men thero uro
so few who raise themselves nbovo
their fellow h far enough to bn con-
spicuous to thti management. And
oven of thoso fow not nil have thu
Inltlntlvc tho ginger and faculty of
bolng thorough that would mnku them
of valua as iisslstnnts to the execu-
tive. What a god send to tho cnglneor
Is the draughtsman who can do his
own thinking and dig out tho solution
of a problem somehow without con-
stant prodding und pointing from the
Limit of Courtesy.
Japan's new I'rlmo Minister Count
Oku m.'i has a wooden leg. It replaces
u limb which was blown off by the
bomb of n political assassin. In con-
nection with that outrage a story Is
told which goes fnr to support the
claim that Is mado for Okuma that ho
Is thu best-mannered man In .lnpnn.
Aftet the explosion which had killed
his sennnts und horses besides shat-
tering his leg ho was blag In his of-
llco In mi agony of pain yet ho wns
nblu to say smilingly to u foreign
statesman who wns taking leme of
hint "Cxcuse me Blr for my impolite-
ness In not seeing you to tho door."
Pall Mali Hazetto.
Mr. S It. Crockett tho Scottish nov-
elist whoso death Is announced uh
fond of relating among his IntlmutuB
how ho mot IiIh bust of v!ch. It wuh
his day of early BtruRgle. Ho had
wrltti'ii for n Iondon dally a re low of
onn of Gcorgo Mllnor'fl hooks IMcnBed
with the rovluw which was unsigned.
Mr MUncr communicated with tho
writer of It and Invited him eventual-
ly to f Alt his homo In Manchester.
In tlmo tho Invitation was accepted.
Tho future novelist ot tamo fell n
loro Mill. Miss MUncr and a marriage
of perfect happiness was tho result.
Shakespeare and Bacon.
It has not been pnnen that Uacon
wrote tho playB known as fjhuko-
sicnro8. Tho vnrlous altempw at
such task havo alt turned out to be
melancholy failures. It linn been shown
that thero are many difficulties In tho
wny of believing that tho historical
Sliako8pen.ro wroto tho Immortal dra-
mas hut It has not been shown that
an) body else wroto thorn Tho Strat-
ford man Is mill In (Kisseeston of tho
Rlnry of their nuthorshlp nnd If ho
Ih not entitled to tho honor It Is Im-
possible to say who Is.
Sizing Up Louis.
Thero recently enmu to a fashion-
able shoo shop in Chicago a daughter
of u man whoso wealth has been ac-
quired within very recent yonrs. The
jouiig woman was UIbiwcmI to patron-
ize the clerk and rejected n number
of "claBBy" slippers ho produced for
her approval. Finally sho said:
"I think perhaps I nhull tnko theso
two pairs. Hut Louis XV heels aro
too high for me. Olvo mo n slzo lower
or stay perhnpB Ixiuls XIII will bo
high enough." Harper's
Tho Mexican student waB watching
his llrst northern football gomo. It
held his Interest firmly. Ills face grow
Hushed his arms weru Hung out ho
"Do you call this n gamo?" ho
naked of the man at his right.
"Sure" wns the reply "what would
jou call Itf"
"In my country" said tho stranger
from acroBB tho border "wo would call
It a seven-day pitched battle!"
"Learn to Bit or stnnd erect nnd
brenlho deep" says a health expert.
"Kumqmber that your blood cannot bo
properly wiiHhed with halt a lutigful ot
air any more than jou can take a
proper bath In n few pints of water."
.everybody must know what a Joy
thero Is In the deep breathing of tho
pure air of the morning. Tho lungs
respond to tho stimulus much as the
body reacts from a dash of cold water.
Peck My wlfo's will Is law.
Ileek So Is my wife's; hut occa-
sionally 1 can bribe her not to en-
force It r
The long distance phono makes tbe
heart trrob faster.
Give Hecklers a Cbsnes.
At ono tlmo the Itepubllcnns of Chi-
ef go woro out nnd were fighting -Democracy
on Industrial conditions nnd
tho putative helplessness of a situa-
tion which did not lot the Itopubllc-
nns In. A parado had started off and
was well on lis wny nearly to tho
lllo closers when n ward boss saw
that two lighted transparencies lacked
carrlors. Ho looked around hurriedly
and noticed that ono of his retainers
was Idle. "Hero" ho yelled "shoul-
der this and get In lino" Tho shnng-
haled recruit was a gambler who
busli'd himself In ward politics on oc-
casions but for the most stuck to his
trndo when trade was possible As he
hoisted tho lighted legend "Open up
tho mills nnd factories" there was n
chorus of derlslvo yolls from tho side-
walk: "Never mind thu mills. Open
up tho poker games."
Queen Poor Conversationalist.
Queen Mnry Is u poor conversation-
alist. On somo ono being brought up
to her It Is snld she will begin to talk
with rcmarknblo felicity sotting tho
other at enso and delighting him.
Then all ot n sudden she suddenly
ceases an acuto sllenco supervenes
and tho olhor does not know whether
to break tho pause or slip away Tho
fact Ib tho queen tnlks well by dint of
concentration; this docs not alwayB
Inst until thu end ot tho conversation
and onco the thread ts broken sho
grows abstracted thinking of some-
DISFIGURED MTH PIMPLES
It. T. D. No. 2 Ilox 46 Matthews
Ga. "For threo years or moro I was
troubled with pimples nnd blackheads.
At first my faco would Itch and burn
nnd then tho pimples would break out.
They looked almost as If I had meas-
les causing great disfigurement. They
would mako my faco very red and
sore. Then they festered nnd camo to
a head and largo bolls would come on
my chin and noso.
"I also had dandruff which caused
my scalp to Itch and burn. It Itched
and burned so that 1 had to scratch It
until It wns Irritated. Tho dandruff
rented off nnd showed plainly In toy
hair. It also caused my hair to
break off and become very thin. I
used several remedies which did not
euro nnd gavo but llttlo relief. After
I received a frco sample of Cutlcura
Soup and Ointment I began using
them according to directions. 1 se-
cured two cakes ot Cutlcura Soap nnd
two boxes of Cutlcura Ointment which
cured mo perfectly." (Signed) Miss
Wllllo M. Walker July 31 1913.
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
frccwlth 32-p. Skin Bool:. Address post-
card "Cutlcura Dept. L Boston." Adr.
On A'J.lrallsn Stamps.
Tho Kookaburra which la to figure
on tho new Australian stamps Is a
kind or laughing jackass ot tho king-
flshor trlbo ami about tho size of a
crow. Ho kills unakc?. Is an optimist
by nature laughing at sunrise and
Important to Wl other .
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOHIA a safo nnd Buro remedy for
Infants and children ana see that it
In Uso For Over 30 Yean
Children Cry for Fletcher's Ctutoria
"Can't you ndvanco mo five thousand
marks' Isaac? My rich old uncle has
ono foot In tho grnvo you know."
"Yen but what Is ho doing with tho
othor7" Fllegcndo matter.
If yon wish beiutiful rlcnr
dolliM uo Jtcil Ciiibs Ball lllue.
goud groccra. Adv.
You never can tell. Many n shallow
mind has been concea'.rd bditnd n
Mado slnco 1S4C Hanford's Ilalsam.
Many n man who has thnt tired feel-
ing did not uciulro It legitimately.
i Nervous Women "
Are troubled with the "blues" anxiety sleeplessness and warnings ot pah.
nnd distress arc sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and
limbs. Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by backache oc
headache or bearing down. The local disorders and Inflammation 11 there
Is any should be treated with Dr. Pierce"; Lotion Tablets. Then Ih
nervous system and the entire womanly mak-up iaaUtlw (oak Jt i
Take this In liquid er tablet
Mrs. Eva Tyler ol So. Geneva St Ithaca N.
liillon lor several veart. buffereJ from ncrybusness and a graat
IH-rloJi. Have taken teveral dlllerrnt medicines but iouna .
wr l-avorlte rrtscrlpuon nas given inc most lenel ol any-
Itilntf I have ner tried . Am very much belter than I have
ln In rome lime I ctadly recummen
woman la noui si a ionic
WrttsOr. R. V.
Dr. PlofOB'm IHomnmnt
rogulato etonutott Mvmf
pens. Oet it now and k tfHan4 fMF
accidents. You will tad frttpMat aa
for It la your home and la your i
for cuts burns bruise aad any
any lameness. Adv
Tho man who talks too much ha
ono advantage. No one can resatrtabar
exactly what be did say on any propo-
sition. If you wnnt to be assured that Btar
rlago Is a failure ask a man who has
never tried It.
Keep Hanford's Dalsam In your
Ono of a boy's first ambition I t
get all tho pin ho can eat
Then what? Is there a feeling
of heaviness of Bloating.
Heartburn Nausea? Some-
thing remains undigested fer-
ments and disturbs tbe entire
system. Such cases can be
materially benefited by use of
YOU SHOULD KEEP A BOTTLB
HANDY FOR EMERGENCY
Stick to Your lnti4lM.
Don't put off tatting HusforTa
am of Myrrh until MSMtltaf
Why Scratch? 4
"Hunt aCure" laguar-
anteed to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It to
compounded for that
purpose and your money
rill be promptly reftindeel
If Hunt's Care falls to car
Itch Ecaema Tetter Rtaf
Worm or any other aw .
Disease. 30c at your druggist's or by taaft
dirrct If he hain't It. ManubcMred eftlrby
A. B. MCHARU MEMCHK M lfMaTHH
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
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bUtoMaWsf a aaWsMS BMaie islsm i A
tr CsHsr'. BMsMm PW.
ertsML rrM. rallab6 l"
Mt. tor booUH sM
tin snr InjKtar. IMI OrtUr". b
Tb. mgartorm ol CMUat drhIihu i ta da. lo ott
raart or apanaiuina: si vaana. aj. aaraaj. avflf.
Isalst m C.ttar's. If onobuln.ua erajM.dUiaL.
Ta. Catlar Lakaratsnf. BarMsr oSZ m lmiTl
FREETO ALL SUFFERERS
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Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 27, 1914, newspaper, May 27, 1914; Elgin, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69558/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.