Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 6, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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ELGIN OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
Ht tick headache biliousness
bad taste or constipation
Get a 10-cent box.
Aro you keeping your bowels liver
and stomach clean pura and fresh
With Cascarats or merely forcing a
passageway every fow days with
Balls Cathartic I'llls CM'or Oil or
Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let
Cascarots thoroughly rjoanso mid rng
nlate tha stomach romovo tho sour
and formontliiR food and foul gases
take tho excess bllo from tho llvor
and carry out of tho system all tho
conatlpatcd wasto matter and poisons
In tha bowels
A Cascarot to-night will mnko you
feel great by morning. Thoy work
while you sleep novor grlpo sicken
or cnueo any Inconvenlenco and cost
only 10 cents n box from your storo.
Millions of ticn and women taRo a
Cascarot now nnd then and never
have Headache lllllousnoss Coated
Tongue Indigestion Sour Stomach or
"You don't seoui anxious to got
home to your dlnnc"
"I don't caru foe ' menu I'll get."
"What Is It?"
"When my wife finds out I forgot
to mall her lotter tho first course will
be tongue served up with hard sauco."
U Says A Nsrtk CartltM Laay la
Mt Airy N. C Mrs. Ada Hull ot
Uila place says: "About six years ago
I got In very bad health. I suffered
terrible palna In my abdomen and
back I dreaded to boo tho sun rlso
aad I dreaded to aee It act for I suf-
fered such agony. No one except my
self will ever know how badly I suf.
fered. The doctor said I was suffering
M a result of the menopause.
Aa nothing gave me any relief I
aabad the deafer if t hadn't bettar try
Cardul. He said. 'It might help you.'
aaa told my husband to get me a bot-
tle. At thta time I waa so weak I
could sot lift my head and my voice
waa ao weak people had to lean to-
wards the bed to hear what I said. I
looked bo bad and had such a dark
color that 1 looked like a dead woman
and my relatives thought I would
never get up again.
I took one bottle ot Cardul and It
relieved tho pain and suffering bo
much that my husband got another
bottle and that Improved me stilt
ore. I began to strengthen and
gradually got well. I havo now had
better health for six years than I
ever had In all my life. I have taken
ao medicine alnco and my health Is
Cardul Is the finest modlclne a
woman could use."
Try It. At druggists. Adv.
If some men had their lives to llvo
again they probably wouldn't leave so
many dollars for their heirs to scrap
STOP EATING MEAT IF
KIDNEYS OB IACK HURT
Take a Qlass of Salts to Clean Kid.
nea If Bladder Bother You
Meat forms Urle Acid.
Eating moat regularly eventually
produces klduoy troublo In somo form
O' othor says a well-known nuthorltv.
because tho urlo acid In meat excites
the kidneys they become overworked;
get sluggish; clog up nnd cause all
aorts of distress particularly hackacho
and misery In tho kidney region; rheu-
jnntlo twinges aevero headaches acid
tomach constipation torpid liver
looplessness bladder and urinary Ir-
ritation. Tho moment your back hurts or kid-
neys aren't acting right or If bladder
bothers you get ubout four ounces of
Jad Halts from any good pharmncy;
take a tabloapoonful In a glass of
water beforo breakfast for a fuw days
and your kidneys will thou net flno.
ThlB famous suits Is mndu from tha
iicld of grapes and lemon Juice com-
bined with llthlu and has been used
for generations to flush clogged kid-
neys and stimulate them to normal
activity; also to neutralize tho acids In
the brlno so It no longer Irritates thus
ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts cannot Injur anyone;
Bakes a delightful effervescent llthla-
water drink which millions ot men and
women take now and then to keep the
kldlioys and urinary organs clean thua
avoiding serious kidney disease. Adv.
Why la It that a deaf man can al-
ways hear an Invitation to take a
Every woman's pride beautiful clear
White clothe. Ue Bed Cross Hall Blue.
AM grocers. Adv.
Mny(wnan hai Oecn carried under
tiV tha ntotjr wnlshi nf Ma nun ii.
PREPARATION OP SEED BED
Spike-Toothed Harrow Fines the Clods
and Compacts Soil Below Surface
Use of 8weeps.
City J. D. TINHt.EV Now Mrlco.)
In pnnrlng tho seed bod on our dry
farms good Judgment' must bo oxer-
clsod In using thu spike toothed har-
row This Implement fine the clods
and compacts tho soil bulow tho sur-
face This pulverixlng action on the
surface offsets the advantago gained
In llrmlng. Of tho Implements for
working tho surfaco of plowed land
tho best which have boon obsorved In
use nro cultivators with wing-swcop
attachments. Tho only objection to
these Implements Is that they nro not
wide enough to cover sufflclont
ground at ench trip across tho Hold so
that tho work Is slow
V. K. Homelier of Levy attaches
sweeps to tho 'romo of 1.1b grain
drill. This Itnplcmnitt materially In-
creases tho area of land that can bt
covered In a day by a man and team
An Implement of this kind thnt would
cover a strip of Held 1C feot wide nnd
rcnulro four horses Is a very deslrnblo
addition to tho list of dry-farming Im-
plements. A vary Important point In decreasing
th cost of producing dry-farming
crops Is cutting out oxtrn men or
what amounts to tho -lamo thing In-
creasing tho area of land that can be
cultivated properly by ono man. In
harrowing largo gruln fields four
horses nro often hitched to three sec-
tions of thu harrow uud with this out-
lit a hinn or boy can cover 30 acres In
If tho Implement carrying 16 feot
of sweeps wore adopted It could bo
usod for preparing laud for killing
weeds beforo planting and by remov-
ing somo of tho swoepB It could he
used for cultivating row crops. Mr.
llomsher uses thp drill frumo carry-
ing swoops to kill weeds and to mulch
tho aurfaco ot tho plowed ground. He
then removes thu sweeps puts on the
seed box and three drill spouts and
plants tha bean crop. Tho sweeps are
then roplaced with proper Bpaclug and
tha crop Is cultivated with this Imple-
ment. This enables him to plant throe
rows and afterwards to cultivate two
rows each trip
Tho sworps arc kept sharp and kill
weeds better than the spike-toothed
harrow; throw tha dirt Into ridges;
aro adjustable In dopth and do not
break tin clods but falso them to tho
aurfaco while letting the fine dirt
sift down whero It Is wanted around
the seeds and roots.
PREPARING LAND FOR FLAX
Deep Plowing Found to Be All Right
If Rains Followed I
Experiments In Colorado
(By AI.VIN KEVSEIl Colorado Expert-
Experience with flax on the plains
through the seasons ot 1909-13 show
that to bo successfvl flax land must
bo well prepared. In thoso seasons
whon thoro Is consldorablo cprlng
moisture sumcian to compact soils
that were plowed dt-tp plowing gave
the best results. Thcso better results
from dcop plowing In Micso cases
whoro thoro was molstur enough
wore dun In a large part to ho. clean-
ness ot tho land that Is thoe.dom
of tho soil from weeds. H was Wil-
formly noticed that tof deep plowlbd
land was not as foiKs the Bhal'.fiw
plowed. Vcop plqwlnjb-aB found to
bo all right If rains ft) wed Immedi-
ately or If tho plowing wnA dor.o sev-
eral months nhjjSjnBBjswiarJiIng so that
compaction arrWcttfing took placo.
in 1913 deep plowing Just before
phnSjVur tho crop almost caused com-
pleto Allure because rains did not
follow sufficient to moisten tha plowed
layer and compact tho subsurface.
It deop plowing Is used therefore In
preparing tho seed bod It should ba
dono at u consldorablo tlmo beforo
planting. Whoro plowing Is dono tin-
mediately prior to planting plowing
should ba shallower i.ny six or sovon
Incboa at tho outside and should bo
followed up Immediately with tho disk
harrow to compact and fill up tho
eubsurfaco. Hmooth well-prepared
land greatly Insures tho success ot
tho crop. This wan cupcclally shown
In experiments of 1911 and 1912 and
waa showu up In tha other years.
There Is no sense In stuffing a horso
manger with hay or straw nil day.
A cool bran "mush Saturday night Is
to a horso what mother's plo U to u
Thorn Is plrasuro and Inspiration In
tha business of breeding and handling
A tram that works In tho fields all
week should never be put on the road
Sundays or holidays.
Except at certain seasons of the
year less time and attention need be
given sheep than almost any other ani-
mal. e e
Five minutes vigorous work with a
rough cloth on a horse's hide after a
hard day'a work will do him a lot of
Horses very often lose their eye-
sight through dust and hay seed fall-
Ing Into their eyee frota tha loft
A WANING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts
few people reside to what extent their
health dvpend upon the condition of the
The physician In nearly all cw of
erinus lllne-i lnoU- a chemical anal)ia
of the patient's uiine. He know that
unless the kidneys are doing their work
properly the other organ cannot readily
be brought hack to health and strength.
When the kldnejs arc neglected or
abured In any way nrriou rculti are
Miro to follow. According to health
tntltlc llrlpht'a diteiw h!ch U really
an advanced form of kidney tiouble
caused nearly ten thoiifand dentin In
1013 in the tato of New York alone.
Therefore It behoove ua to pay Inoio
attention to the health of these most
An Ideal herbal compound that ha
lnd rcnnrkable micccm n n kidney rem-
edy i Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Hoot tho
great Kidney Liver nnd Illadder Iteincdy.
Tho mild and healing influence of till
preparation in most cac i noon rcilicd
according to nwoi-n atatementa nnd verified
testimony of thofo who have uted tho
If you feel that your kidney require
nttention nnd wMi a sample lmtllc wrlto
to Dr. Kilmer &. Co. Hinglwmton N. Y.
Mention thi paper enclose ten cent and
they will gladly forward It to you by
Pnnmp-ltnot l fold by every drugglt
In lottlej of two al-aoc nnd 81.00. Adv.
I'coplo Boldom try to rlt down on
thu man who stands up ;'-r his rights.
Power young men would sow their
wild oats If they should first stop to
look for a needle hi a haystack.
Sometimes Apply It Lightly.
For cuts burns scalds sors and
open wounds always apply Hanford's
Ualsam lightly but bo sure that It
covers and gets to tho bottom of tho
wound. A tow light applications are
generally all that Is needed to heal
this class of difficulties. Adv.
Tho Washington Star relates that
Mayor llakcr of Cleveland In defenso
of a political movement that had been
attacked 'said tho other day:
"It's an honest movement and a
straightforward movement nnd they
who nttack It aro aa censorious as the
Seabrlght old maid.
"A Seabrlght old maid was talking
to a. sunburned collego boy on tho
beach. A protty girl passed and tho
old maid Bald:
"'There goes Minnie Summers. You
took her to the hop last evening didn't
" 'Yes' said the collego boy and he
added politely: 'As I was taking leave
ot Miss Summers after tho hop It
j tiWi"ed uPoh ne '" -
"fti dawned I ' said the old maW.
'You kefl1 hor out ! dawnl That's
what thos nuw danccs lead up to!' "
Density or population
fly densl'5' of Population Is meant
tho numbcrof Persons to each square
mile of landY11 KxcUl lnB tMo D8-
trlct of ColuilllIa' llotl0 Island with
C0S.6 personr per Rnun mile is the
most ilnnoni-)' populated stnto In the
Union. ruse'y followed by Massachu
setts tiow Jorse' "nd Connecticut In
tlp ....-dor named tho only stntcs
-ivhlch havo moro than two hundred
persons per square mile.
Put to the Test.
Ills Daughter's Ileau Yes I'm n So-
cialist I believe that thoso who get
the benefit from tha labor should be
made to perform the labor.
Tho Old Man Flno! You might be-
gin by setting up the pnrlor stove for
tho winter. Town Topics.
That Would Be Plenty.
"Well my good woman" said the
sluiumer "I must be going. Is there
anything I can do for you?"
"Only that" responded the sub-
merged ono wearily."
STICK TO IT
Until Coffee Hits You Hard.
It Is about as well to advlso people
to stick to coffee until they get hit
hard enough so that thoy will novor
forget their experience.
A woman writes and hor letter Is
condensed to glvo tho facts In a short
"I was a coffeo slnvo and stuck to It
llko a toper to his 'cups' notwithstand-
ing 1 frequently had sevcro attacks of
sick headache; then 1 used moro cof-
feo to rellave tho hcadacho nud thla
was well enough until tho coffeo ef-
fect wore off.
"Finnlly attneks of rheumatism be
gan to appear and ultimately the
wholo nervous system began to break
down and I wob fast becoming a
"After a tlmo I was Induced to quit
coffeo nnd toko up I'ostum. This was
halt n year ago. Tho result has been
"The rheumatism Is gone entirely
norves practically well and steady di-
gestion almost perfect novor have any
more sick headaches and am gaining
steadily In weight and strength."
Name given by Postum Co. Battle
Creek Mich. Read "The Road to Well
vllle" In pkgs.
Postum comes In two forms:
Regular Postum must be rroD
boiled. IBo and 2Ee packages.
Instant Postum Is a soluble pow-
der. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly
In a cap ot hot water and with cream
and sugar makes a delicious bever-
age Instantly. 30c nd EOo ttns.
The cost per cup of both kinds It
about the same.
"There's Reason" for Postum.
OF DRIED VEGETABLES
MANY PALATABLE DISHES
Need Especial Care but Will Repay
Time Given to Them Excellent
Hash Is One Composed of Po-
tatoes and Lentils.
Drlod vegetables contain a great
deal ot nourishment and If they are
properly prepared thoy can bo made
Into very palatable dishes. Thoy
should always be soaked overnight
rinsed brought to the boiling point
nnd tho.i simmered slowly with a
quarter ot a teaspoonful of baking
soda In tha wator.
When tho fresh vegetables an
scarce the good housekeeper can glvs
n greator variety to her tablo for a
smaller cilt if she uscb liberally ol
tho dried vegetables as well as of ths
tinned. Baked beans porrtdga and
Buccotnsh are old standbys that no
ono has need to bo reminded of but
with these time-honored dishes many
households seem to end their use of
If you llvo In a locality whero you
can get dried sweet corn or If you
havo been forehanded enough to put
It up for yourself you nro very lucky
for this Is far superior to tho tinned
variety. Canned corn Is ono of tha
vegetables whoso flavor Is entirely
changed by being canned. Ii U d corn
Is delicious made Into corn mock
oysters and can hardly bo told from
the fresh vegetable.
Soak the corn overnight and in the
morning boll It up with a pinch of
bnklng soda. Press out tho pulp with
a sharp knife and to a pint ot the
pulp add two beaten eggs one tea-
spoonful of butter and salt n dnsh of
pepper and enough flour to hind. Roll
Into small cakes and snuto them In
butter or diop from a spoon Into hot
fnt to make fritters. These may of
course bo mado of canned corn also
nnd they nro romotlmea Improved by
jddlng a little milk and sugar.
Dried beans nnd peas make very
good purees but care must bo taken
to soak nnd boll them for n sufficiently
long tlmo. When they havo boiled
until thoy aro very tender ma-.li them
through a slevo. Placo ngnln In thu
saucepan and stir Into them enough
hot milk pepper nnd salt to season
them add butter and a little sugar
A very good hash of potatoes and
lentils Is made from ono and one-half
cupfuls of cold cooked potatoes two
cupfuls of boiled lentils ono teaspoon
ful of salt pepper to taste half a cup-
ful of milk and ono teaspoonful ot
onion Juice. Cook the hash In a frying
pan until brown and serve with i to-
One cupful mashed potato (wnrm);
two tnblespoonfulB shortening (warm) ;
cupful nnd a halt of sugar; two eggs;
ono cupful milk; one-fourth teaspoon-
ful ench nutmeg and clnnnmon; six
cupfuls flour; two tcaspoonfuls baking
powder. To mix: Put shortening nnd
sugar In mixing bowl and cream; add
tho warm mashed potatoes and then
tho eggs one at a tlmo until they nro
mixed well through. Add tho flour
baking powder apices and beat thor-
oughly. Lot stand about bait an hour
to ripen. Then add enough flour to
roll and cut; fry In deep fat until a
golden brown. Lay on a wire screen
to drop. You will find they will stay
fresh longer than tho old-fashioned
A wlro cupboard for tho kitchen or
pantry Is a grent convenience It Is
of course Impervious to files and
therefore Is useful for holding wafers
ecrcals and other food In Bummor
food which does not however need to
bo kept In a refrlgorator
It Is nlso Impervious to tho attacks
of mlco nnd Is useful In tho autumn
when mlco sometimes mako their wny
into tho house from out ot doors.
Theso wlro cupboards mado of a
wooden framo over which wlro screen-
ing Is fastened como In various sizes
ut various prices.
French Meat Rolls.
Chop finely two pounds ot round
steak ndd tho grated rind of half a
lemon ono slightly beaten egg two
tnblespoonfuls of melted butter a
level teaspoonful ot salt a little pep-
per a ltttlu chopped parsley It liked.
Placo In tho baking pan on a plcca
ot thick buttered paper and buste fre
quently with a cupful of hot wator
In which two tnblespoonfuls of bultci
hnvo been melted. This may b
Berved with brown gravy or tomato
To ono cupful ot hot milk add two
tablespoonfuls of grated chocolate two
well-beaten eggs four tablespoonfuls
ot powdered sugar a alight pinch of
salt and one tablcspoonful of corn-
starch mixed smooth with a llttlo cold
milk. Lot tho mixture reach the boil-
ing point remove from the stove and
when cool pour Into cups or glasses.
Placo In the refrigerator until Arm and
cold and serve with whipped cream.
Cook one pound of fresh pork until
It drops from the bones. Pick tha
meet to pieces and strain tha liquor of
which there should be oae plat Put
tha liquor and meat on to boll and
thlekea wHh Indian meal until It will
harden enoaiiri' wjiatt cold to eat up
and fry In siloes wasoa the Mfvar
with pepper tad salt. '
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ARMORED CAR IN
BMnn Iririld Have Found It
ths Oreatest Value In Their
Although nn englno now to warfare
the atmored motor car has proved ex-
tremely useful especially for outpost
and scouting duty. Fast silent and
mobile It covers n vast amount of
ground on tho splendid roads that
crisscross tho field of war in western
Europe. Most of tho enrs nro Incased
In n light framo of tough steel plate
that ranges In thickness from three-
sixteenths of an Inch to a qunrtc- of
an Inch and that Is Impervious to riflo
and machine-gun flro. All tho vulner-
able parts of tho motor such as tho
radiator nnd steering gear and In
somo of tho newest cars the wheels
aro protected by the Btcel covering.
Tho wheels both wood nnd wlro aro
said to wlthsti.'d tho roughest sort of
usage. Acclden! to tho tires are
much less common than nnyone would
expect Tho cars carry a light arma-
mont ono or two machine guns so
mounted that thoy can bo swung
through a com pie! o circle and a
targo supply of ammunition. The
crow which may number from four to
eight or moro men nro armed with
rifles and revolvers. Somo of tho cars
hnvo a Btoel superstructure thnt rises
from the chnsls framo high enough
to enablo tha crow to stand upright
nnd that Is capped with a domed roof
from which bullets and shrapnel usu-
ally fly off at a sharp angle without
even denting tho steel Youth's Com-
panion. OVERWORK and KIDNEY TROUBLE
Mr. James McDanlol Oakley Ky.
writes: "I overworked nnd strained
myself which brought on Kidney nnd
illadder Disease. My symptot is wero
Backache and burning
in the stem ot tho Wad
aer winch was soro
and had a constant
hurting all the time-
broken sleep tired feel'
lng nervousness puff-
ed and swollen eyes
shortnessof breath and
J McDanlel. Ilhoumatlc pains. I But
ferod ten months. I was treatod by a
Physician but found no rollot until I
started to use Dodd's Kidney Pills I
now feel that I am permanently cured
by tho uso of Dodd's Kidney Pills."
Dodd's Kidney Pills COc. per box at
your dealer or Dodd's Medlctno Co.
uuiraio.lN. r. write for Household
Hints ako music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and re-
cipes for dainty dishes. All 2 sent
Why do you say he Is effem-
Inato? Ho doesn't act that way
Steve lie always wants tho
Hadn't Noticed It.
Tomdlx Your wife Is certainly out-
spoken isn't sho?
llojax Not that I know of I never
mot any ono who could outspeak her.
"Thero are ladles on tho Jury."
"They ought to favor a lady defend-
ant" Full of Spirit.
"Your cousin Sarah Is such a vola-
"Yes; wo call hor Sal Volatile."
"I've got work with a circus tend-
ing to tho animals."
"What a beastly Job!"
Ho What Ih your inascullno Ideal?
Sho A man who has both sand and
There Isn't much hopo for tho bride
who can't learn to sew by tha time hor
hubby's wedding garments need patch-
Tho automobila has it on tho horse
In ono respect. It doesn't shed Its
hair In tho spring.
Moxlco has three provisional iwsfl-
donts all dodging each othor.
However a man may not be mnr-
rlcd and still have his troubles.
Tho nvcrago boarding housa chicken
Is a grent help to the dentist.
ICBsn 3 sBsHsssflyB.
but thara to a sjraat
jrauog maa who aava yoluasssrsd far
ajrasasfe rattway faeilHias siciMiaL i
Writs ler.HsatsNri aad partfettlars as la
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FOR SICK Clf
"California Syrup of Figt" oan't
harm tender stomach u
liver and bowed.
Kvcry mother reallies after giving
her children "California Syrup ot
Figs" that thU is their Ideal laxative
because luey lose its pleasant taste
and It thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach liver and bowels with-
When cross irritable feverish or
breath Is bad stomach sour look at
tho tongue mother! It coated glvo a
teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit
laxative" and In a fow hours all the
foul constipated waste sour bile and
undigested food pases out of the bow-
els and you havo a well playful child
again. When its little system Is full
of cold throat sore has stomach-ache
diarrhoea Indigestion colic remom-
bor n good "Inside cleaning" ehould
always bo tho first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; thoy know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Ask at tho store for a 60-
cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs" which has directions for babies
children ot all ages and grownups
printed on the bottlo. Adv.
NOT THE TIME FOR A SMOKE
Old Lady Filled Up With "Car-
tridges" Was In Natural Fear
of an Explosion.
A robust old woman In tho moun-
tains of north Georgia was 111 for the'
first tlmo In her lifo and a doctor was
sent for. Partly by persuasion and
partly by force tho phyBlclan Induced
his patient to swallow somo big qui-
nlno capsules a slmplo enough opera-
tion which however scared the old
woman almost to death. Sho was
soon nblo to sit up and her daughter
thought sho would glvo tho conva-
lescent a treat. Sho took her "moth-
er's corncob plpo from the "shelf or
mantel filled It with tobacco and
picking up a llvo coal between two
sticks started with It toward tho bed.
"Ma" sho said brightly "Jes look
what I got fcr ye."
"Git away from me Sary" sho
screamed In terror. "Take away dat
flro! Take hit away! Don't yer know
l's dono plum filled up wl' cartridges V
GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT
BEAUTIFY YOUR HMR
Make It Thick Glossy Wavy Luxur-
iant and Remove Dandruff Real
Surprise for You.
Your hair becomes light wavy fluf-
fy abundant and appears as soft lus- .' '
trous and boautltul as a young girl's
after a "Danderlno hair cleanse." Just . f
tlV thin mnliton n ..Intti will. 1UI. lAsV I
Danderlno and carefully draw It
through your hair taking one small
strand at a tlmo. This will cleanse
tho hair ot dust dirt and excessive oil
and In Just a fow moments you have
doubled tho beauty of your hair.
Besides beautifying the hair at once
Dandortne dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses purifies and Invig-
orates the scalp forever stopping Itch
ing and railing Hair.
But what will please you most will
bo after a few weoks' uso when you
will actually Bee new hair fine and
downy at flnit yos but really new
hair growing all over tho scalp. It
you caro for prutty soft hair and lota
of It surely get a 25 cent bottle or
Knowlton's Danderlno from any store)
and Just try It. Adv.
Twss Ever Thusl
Tho Elm What was your ambition?
Tha Oak As an acorn 1 planned to
grow up to bo a Christmas tree.
It la hard for n woman to hold her
husband's love when sho can't even
hold hor tongue.
"Peaco nt any price" Is a man's
motto. A woman wants It at bargain
Canada is CalliniVfjo
ffich Wheat Land
""She extends to Americans a hearty In-
vitation to settle on her FREE Home-
stead lands of 160 acres ach or secure
some of the low priced lands in Matti
toba Saskatchewan and Alberta.
as cheap so the opportunity is more attractive than
ever. Canada wants vnu ta twin tn immA ! mLA
by tilling some of her soU-Uad slatHar to that
which during many years has ararasjed M to 41
bush of wheat to th acre. Thtakwhat yaw
can snake with wheat around II a btssaalaM
land to aaa to aet. Wonderful U1U iImiJ
Oats. Barter aad Paw. Mixed taralsl
la fully aa rolMabs aa ladwstryaa jig
Tha Gewarwnmt this
t thla nar U satis
tncrsaasa sotsss lala
farmers to put tact
iraja. MMKafT Servian la ao aee
am tar lam lifcm in - -
aenrtas. The eMmata hThsakhfaJaal
. " h -lmTtiTi tnaisnlsat .
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Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, newspaper, January 6, 1915; Elgin, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69590/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.