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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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faff match with the Stanford co-ds;
"It was living close to nature that
brought up my daughters from sick
ly infants to what-they axe today,"
said Dr. H. EL Sheffield. "They are
made to live simply and eat. plain
food. Outdoors, sunshine and salt
water these three things are na
ture's best tonics. They do not wear
corsets, drink tea or coffee and they
sleep outdoors. They walk from' 3
t6 7 miles a day besides their other
Advice from Dr. H. H. Sheffield.
Don't wear corsets.
Don't eat meat; don't drink tea or
Sleep; outside, live outdoors and
walk from 3 to 7 miles a day.
Salt water, sunshine and pure air
are the best tonics.
Live simply and eat plain food.
. Klamath Falls, Ore., May 4.
Klamath Elks and Elkesses, 300
strong, are coming to the Panama
Pacific exposition in stage coaches
and on horseback in the picturesque
regalia of the cowboy. With jingling
spurs, and shaggy chaps, they will
ride from the Oregon line to San
Francisco, about 500 miles, camping
where night overtakes them just as
those first pioneers did who-made this
trip in early days.
The experience will be new to some
but to many the rattle of the stage
coach and the clink of the spurs as
music of the daily grind, for Klamath
is the cow country of the west. Here
the cowboy roams in all his unmo
lested picturesqueness.
Among the Klamath Elks are men
who have conquered every "outlaw."
They were cowboys and cowgirls
when the six-shooter was a treasured
friend; when cattle rustling was an
organized business and when the
rope was the law of the land. These
veterans of the range will come to
the exposition in coaches that figured
in sensational hold-ups.
TC will take from 10 to 15 days to .
cover the distance, and the party will
be equipped, with camp outfit to avoid
the necessity of long rides.
-o o
They were very newly married and
she was almost as proud of her "nut"'
husband's faultless.'clothes as he was
And so when he asked her to press
his best suit for a very, important
function Saturday afternoon she de-
termined to do it with particular care'
and that she might not spoil his per
fect trousers she turned them inside
out before she aflplied the hot iron.
Above is pictured an outfit of Kia- When Saturday came and he found
math Elks showing the manner in those treasured garments creased in-
which they will come to the Panama wards, he said the things that caused
world's fair. Below is a Klamath Elk the clouds swiftly to gather. And she
conquering an outlaw. -i J stffl thjk& he is- birate. -to..-.

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