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ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
SPUR FARM LANDS
Aftcy tiraers ate aakiru: a hard or
rfouMfaJ Jlrtcc oa hiKb-pnr4 iirdf la
locsi(ti-t cr-i Hh lart feats, or
ftuojf. or dretchl. or vtexJ rUgsie
or other eceaii to saccessfal Urn
lot The end of each year 2nd Use
and entrcr practically itJ so
prosre made. Spar Farm Lasdi
offer relief from tbee coadlUoas.
The tenant oa the high-priced laadi
fortber eait can make a pymnt aad
be matter of hit oa acres here. Any
tool farmer caa par tor lien frox
the products thereof The Spar Tarra
Lands offer productlre, virgin lands
easily coltirated at low prices aad
on easy term. Spleadld cropt are
raited without Irrigation No boll
eTll ever known here. Altitude
2.000 to 2 COO feet
Considering the reliable prodoetlon
of there Uidt, prices are loet la
Teraa, new country, settling test,
aplendld climate, no malaria, chills or
fever, good churches and tchoolt
We offer the boajeaeeker a wide range
for selection aod are tellint; direct
no romalitkra to anyone. The par
cbaKT receives fall Talae In hit lands
In dealing direct with the owaer at
opposed to paying a mlddlenvn sever
al dollars per acre.
Stock Firms and Small Ranch Tracts.
We abo offer fine grating tract,
perfectly adapted to this purpose osje
auction to fifty at prices from KM
per acre up Kree lllsitrated booVlet.
girinr all partlcwlara. oa application
to That. A Jones. Manager for K. l.
Swenxm & Sobi. Spur. IHckent Coun
ty Teiat. Adv.
So real bottler Is satisfied with the
things that come to those who wait
ItlCKKT- Ot.II RKLUnl.K UTK in
cta and rjotaa eore ryea. Ait.
The nut ruth oometlme needs an
largo sixes. Adr.
What married man Isn't fond of hi
Ttd Cros 1111 lllue mak the Uandre,
hii-jijr, make cluthe whiter thin too.
All rw! grocers, Adr.
If marriages are made In heaven wo
n-fufe lo hazard a guess as to the
place where divorces are rnanulno
turcd. Gone But Not Forgotten.
"Night llfo In'ilerlln."
"Do you prefer an automobile to a
"Yes," replied Mr. Cbugglns
'Ik'xsusc It goes raster?"
"Not rxuctly that. Hut somehow 1
enjoy hanging nrounil uWpalr shop
more than louring and looking on In a
Children at Meal Times.
Never nllow children lo cat when
they nrc hot and tired; let litem cool
down a little first. Fur this reason
an Interval should always ho allowed
between work or playtime nnd tho
meal, and tho nurso or governeits
must Ito Instructed to bring the
youngRters home at least twenty min
utes hoforo tho actual meal time arid
In a leisurely manner. Hurrying on
the "lain 'or dinner" cry upsets boh
temper and digestion. If a child seems
tired when It nrrlves, sponge Its face
nnd hands and let It lla down for a
row minutes beforo the meal. If It
rails nsteep don't wake It; rest Is
more necessary than food at the mo
ment and giro a light meal later.
W Are All In the Apprentice Class.
When a simple etiango of dial brings
back health and happiness the story Is
brlofly told. A lady of Springfield, ill
says: "After being aflllctod for years with
nervousness and heart trouble I re
ceived a shock four years ago that left
me In such a condition that my llfo
was despaired of.
"I got no relief from dectors nor
from th numberless heart and nerv
remedies 1 tried, because I didn't know
that coffee was dally putting me back
more than the doctors could put ma
"finally at the suggestion or a friend
I left oK coffee and began the use or
Fostun, and against my expectations 1
gradaally Improved la health until for
the past or S months I have been
entirely free from nervousness and
those terrible sinking, weakening
spells or heart trouble.
"My troubles all came rrom the use
or coffee which I had drunk rrom
childhood and yet they disappeared
when 1 quit coffee and took up the use
or Postum." Name given by Postutn
Co., llattle Creek, Mich.
Many people marvel at the effects or
leaving off coffcj and drinking l'oilum,
but there Is nothing marvelous about
It oaly common seuse.
Coffee Is a destroyer Postum Is a
rebullder. That's tho reason.
Look In pkgs. for tbrt famous little
fcook, "The Ilosd to Wellvllle."
Pott urn comes In two forrat:
Regular Postum mutt be well boll
4. l&c and 2Dc packages.
Instant Postum Is a soluble pow
der. A tcsipoonful dissolves quickly
la a cup or hot water and, with cream
and sugar, makes a delicious beverage
Instantly, SOo and GOo tins.
The cost per cup ot both kinds l
about the same.
There's a Jleason" for Postum.
sold by Grocers.
nCHOr AOCAIII TC dual airHre Anstro-Hsagarr com-
IlKIiL JlAsNAtlLlaJ pot4 taxaT rU1 !eB1flt a1
I lawilWk sVVrlWsWI Wi these are at the polat o! reTOtt Aa
Itria may sue for peace indepeadcatly
jof Graay wlthuj a short Urn.
Tciittnne Tnn Rsrlr Ciu Milocl Torkey attitude coallane to worry
Slaughter Appalling On
ADVANCE OF RUSSIANS IN
DDIICCIS Bl npven ICSIU
r-HUbblA DLUUKtU hhhlH (
Austria. Facinj Revolt Amsnj Olsttt
lifted Mattes. M Seek Peace
Early Kaiser Protests to
Summary of Events.)
Tke last iivta dars have been alts ptaa for putttcg a tctliicc tn
B weak of trouble for Germany. on the ewntintnt The whole eaiv t
Ilr army of western invasion. I "'' drawn on for troopt. Air
aftr ilririni; the Freneh-Jlritih ; ndu- Somth Africa. Canada aad Vj
army from the Heiian frontier traU " Bt "rtmenu. Tie -to
a iwuit within thirtv iiM of . Uh t0 "t aatksja e ,
Park, ha been driven Wk fiftv !!L"tD tts M
mU- by the .IM. The oVeS Ja?,n ,iTe rtsaed , part BW a
have ben the heaviest, ,IMrti,K M?BC ta.elves Dot to coelw4
thw rwnod. in the history of civil- peace separately,
ircd warfare. President Wllscn rcelrl fro-n t'
After beatintr the AustriaiLS in kaUer a long cable mestJU-e charrtar
R.n oir. u...Ti,i. r i ...i
command, the V...-d 'c of the
seen much active service, having
fought In the Zulu war, the Egyptian
war of 1882, the Nile expedition of
188-), the Sudan campaign, the Chitral
relief expedition, the Tlrsh campaign,
the Nile expedition In 1898, and the
South African war.
n scries of decisive battles and in
vesting two northern provinces,
the Kuvrinii nnny lias made a fur
ther ndvance into German Kust
Prussia. Reports say the forti
fied city of KonigsherK has been
destroyed by the Russians. The
eastern German army is being
considerably re-enforced by many
nnny corps from the west, how
ever, nnd the Slav invasion of the
Knt norland is being seriously im
peded. All Sides Call Reserves.
For more than a week a battle has
been raging steadily along a 120-mllo
lino forming a crescent northwest,
north and northeast of Paris. A mil
lion and a half men are engaged on
each side. Tho Germans ato calling
upon their reservo forces In Belgium
and the French and British are being
constantly re-enforced with fresh men
from the south of France and Eng
land. That the Germans have been re
treating steadily for several days Is
not an Indication that they are beaten.
They advanced with such rapidity that
their lines of communication with
their bases of supplies were naturally
weak. When attacked vigorously with
the full weight of the allied army In
both front and flank, the kaloer's array
crumpled a bit. Their losses have
been so heavy they have been forced
lo retire rbr a ro-foraatloti of corps
and a brief period of rest. Tho allies,
nevertheless, are wary of a trick.
Austria In Trouble.
From various reports. It appears
that Austria's part In the great conttlct
BELGIANS HARRASS REAR
OF RETREATING GERMANS
London. A dispatch to the Ex
change Telegraph Company from
Ohent says that Belgian troops aro
pursuing a Gorman army corps which
Is marching toward France, An en
gagement has taken place on the right
bank ot tho Hcheldt In the triangle
formed by Audcnard, Co'irtral and
The Germans nrn raid to have com
pletely evacuated the roglon of the
Scheldt between Antwerp and Ghent.
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tag cTutbbsg defeats asd treaiaieui
Sloise-t at the hands of the riBMins lo
the north, aod hnailUtiag defeats a.
'the haads of the Serbs and Moctene-
griat la th so'Jth. there it msch dlt
aatU.'actira aasoog all cUjies la the
I withdrawn certain treaty rights Iobj from abroad, and from these the peo
j aio gracted France. Ertland. RctsU pie of Berlin hare learned that great
!Md (the Called States. There Is a events are now taking place
constant (ear that the Moslem empire, In the meanhlle the German fleet
will Join Germany If she doe. Greece , U active in the Baltic It Is reported
land Italy, together with the lesier is'to have lavaded the Gulf ot Bothnia.
t of octheattern Karope. will at-
-V. Rettem Bey. Turkish arabntador
io iar tan suies. xaace ssra J vttB 5rrla The Serr'ans occu
i discreet remarks publicly dnrJi:-; the pt SemlLi, scroti the river from
lt few days that he was atkt! lor Belgrade, after a bloody battle.
many to expuin nimsei: oy Se-iretary
Bryan at the behest of Prertdea
Wilson Lsnj War See-ns Certain.
Winston rhBrchlll. Erst lord U '
icai tne rrencn aaa iinutn soioiert
are using explottve bulle's acxJnst the
Germans. Hearing of this cbarre i
f'riMldent Polnealre. of France, sent a
i -sage to Jlr Wilton, making an em
pbutlc denial of the charge. The Bel
gtan commlstlor. bearing alleged ex
decce of German atrocities In ll'
glum, has arrived In the United Slates
Great Britain has ordered all Or
man and Austrian consuls to leaf
Egypt, a British protectorate It .s
charged the consuls have been forae '
Ing a native revolt ot Mohammeda
against -all Christians especially t
British garrison, and colony
Japan continues to besiege Tslrg
Tau, the German naval base and
ony In the Chinese province of Ka
Chov About thirty thousand Inf;.
try and a strong fleet prc8 the Ge
mans, Allies Press Advantage.
Paris The allies, following up t'.e'r
recent succences, with much ard r
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have forced the German Invaders ti
continue the retirement of their righ
Hank and center from the east of Paris.
Tho Geraass abandoned much
equipment and at the samo time sac
rlllced many prisoners and left their
wounded where they fell
. The British were again prominent
I In the pursuit, in which, besides tafc
jlng a lnrge number of prisoners, they
captured eleven cannon, while the
. French took another Get lan regimen"
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I engineers had blown up the bridges
nnd when the Germans threw pontoons
across, the famous 3-Inch guns of the
French demolished the structures be
foro they could be used. Sixteen
times tho Germans repeated the ef
fort under a raking f!r of shot and
Auttriant Cut Off.
Petrograd. It Is announced that
the Russian troops have succeeded
In separating the left wing of the
Austrian army from the troops which
were operating around Tomaszow and
llawa, In Itusslan Poland. Toaiasrow
has been taken after a despcrato fight.
The German troops near Myszlnec
and Chorrele. nusslan Poland. have
been repulsed with heavy losses.
(Chorzclo Is sixty miles north of War
saw, near the east Prussian boundary )
Tho ItUBslan troops have taken by as
sault the fortified position of Opolo
and Tourbln (villages between I.ublln
and the San river, In Busstan Poland)
and havo pursued the enemy twenty
live miles. Russian cavalry Is still
drlrlng the rear guard of tho enemy.
London. A Iteuter dispatch from
Berlin says that the general staff
announces that tho Twenty-second
Itusslan army corps ot Finland has
tried to forco an entrance Into Kast
Prussia by way ot I.yck. The ltusslans
were defeated at Lyck. I.yck Is In
Hast Prussia on I-ako Lyck, thirty
miles cast ot Ortelsburg.
Austrlans on the Offensive.
The following official German state
ment was received by
Wireless Telegraph Company!
'In the eastern theater of war, the
battle has been ro-commenced tnd the
Austrlans have assumed the offensive
In the region of Lemberg. During the
nln. tlaua' fle-l.tlMar I, la .tlM.lx.l I.
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Russians havo engaged 500,000 Infan-
try, 40,000 cavalry. 1,509 machine guns
and z.ooo neld guns."
lt is possime mat tne Austrlans have
kopt tho ltusslans busy In Galicla Just'
their units are being made prisoners!
In tho environs of Termonda.
Iloforo departing from Termonde tho
Germans pillaged and destroyed the
town. Out of 1,100 houses, 1,100 arc
In ashes and the works of art and his
torical memorials have been entirely
destroyed. Several notable people
havo been taken prisoners anil 200
civilians Jiavo been rent to Germany.
nanus IjI Uhlans have been pursued
Into tho woods surrounding Quatrccht
A lleuinr dispatch from Antwerp
lone eooogh to enable Germany to get
fcer troois Into East PraM.a bef-re
the R-In were able to dhpose of
the Anttrians. atd sweep down upon
SiletU. Posen and Pruwla.
Berlin Office Is Quiet.
Berlin In accordance with It
principle of reporting only accom-
pllshed facts, the general headquarters
of the amy In Berlin U still silent con-
ceratng the great battle which Is be-
ln fosght to the east of Paris. Tho
Berlin censors, however, are permit
were It captured and sunk a Russian
merchant steamer, the lleaborg.
Servians Take Semlin.
Ujf Eichinje Prisoners.
Bordeaux The Socialist members
of the chamber of deputies here
hare decided to ask the government
to permit the French socialists to
ostats throegh the Sls Socialist
pari a Ual s ui- rr-ratu iriuuis
uta m ursaa int.t.i.auc. "
rr-acfi Sxi-sl wouid !urn!h tie
So.it a list of the German
P'-joo-ri la Fraace
Girr-jr.t Ac it Alllet Scccest.
Ijoostoc- Tie Srtt offictat admit- i
stat os to Oeraxa tide ot ! access I
"- ise liUViL, jjjrs a Central Nes
ijri::i frees Asutrdta. "ajrtari
. vCtKiai coosa-ilcauoBt i-U Isjued
j ..(rlia 'jtttnl Voa Stcn an
. """ Oeraan army, -thlch
ADMIRAL VON INGENOHL
Admiral Von Ingenohl, commander-in-chief
of ths German high seas Meet,
Is in the peculiar position of being In
comifcand of a navy which Is the sec
ond most powerful In the world, but
still has Its traditions to make, and
has never been "shot over." Admiral
Von Ingenohl himself first came under
, the notice of the kalter as a lieutenant
on the royal yacht, the Hohenzollern,
In 1889, during a cruise to Norway and
had advanced across tho Marne to the
east of Paris, was attacked heavily
by tliu enemy between Paris, Meaux
and Montmlrall. The fighting lasted
to days," the report says. "The Ger
mans hnd shocked the enemy and even
had advanced, but stronger hostile
coluraiiB came to the assistance ot the
allies and the enemy won the battle,
compelling the German troops to re
tiro. Fifty guns were captured by the
allies and some thousands of men
Force Back German Right.
London. While the latest official
statements give -few details of the
great battle which la being waged In
France and In which apprpxlmately
3.90Q.0SQ men aro engased. it seems
I annarenl lh.lt (tin Herman fnrrsa urn
I mm ralllne back, from the announce-
ment that the allies hav ralnwl about
j thlrtraeven miles of territory In their
' advance, an Increase of twelve In the
I operations during the last twenty-four
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noum. iiotn iirtiisti and rrencu
troops have crossed the niver Marne.
the British capttirlng men and guns.
The action of greatest severity Is be
inn fought between Mallly and Vitrv
tent Issued by tho Belgian govern
"The operations undertaken by our
field army against the German forces
marching on the fortified position at
Antwerp, the first result of which was
tho capture ot Aerschot, havy benn
continued with method and with sec
cess. Our army advanced continuity,
nnd Inflicted, Important tosses on the
Germans. These losses wero due to
jtho action on our artillery, principally
to (ho work of our now field guns,
whose effects were decisive."
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DEVOTION OF A HIGH ORDER
Surely Canine Sagacity Could Hardly
Co Further Than the Instance
That Is Here Recorded.
They were ga.uercd round the etove
In the country grocery store swapping
dog stories. Abner Morgan had "all
the best of It" with bis yarns of the
extraordinary Intelligence exhibited by
a collie belonging to his uncle. The
others rrew restive. Flnallr Job Per
kins deemed the moment appropriate J
wherein to spring a tale that would
cap all the others. ,
"That was a purty clever dawg, Ab,"
drawled he, "an' I make no doubt he
was Jest as knowln' as you let on. But
say! lie wasn't a marker to a dkwg
my old man ownedl
Boys, the devo
tlon of that dawg to
shore amazln'. Onct
man say he was pre.
old man was
ard the old
J r money, so'
he went an' died the i.a before the I
dog-tax was due!" I
PIMPLES ON SCALP ITCHED,
iLewjburg, Tenn. "Four years past
I had a very bad scalp trouble that
commenced with Itching. Later my I
hair got thin and my scalp sore and J
1 could not Bleep for scratching at I
times I did not get the sleep that
was restful and refreshing. I was los
ing my hair fast. I had pimples on j
my scalp which Itched and burned so I
that I rcratched and Irritated them. 1 1
bad dandruff which scaled off and I
showed on my clothes. j
"I tried almost every noted scalp
remedy and hair tonic without suc
cess. Then I commenced using Cutl-
cura Soap and Ointment and was re
lieved of the Itching and sore scalp
after three shampoos and applications
of the Ointment. After using both
the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment for
three months I was completely cured."
(Signed) F. B. Lewis, Jan. 1, 1914.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample ot each
free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cutlcura. Dept, L, Boston." Adv.
That Dark Brown Taste.
Yeast They say that dark brown Is
to be one of the fashionable shades
Crlmsonbeak Well, I can't say I like
Cleanses the Wounds.
For injuries from rusty nails or any
other external hurts, apply Hanfnrd's
Balsam. It should kill any germs,
cleanse the wound and remove sore
ness. Hun quick healing will follow
"She was afraid of getting a hus
band who would lead a double one."
Dcttcr than a plaster Hanford's
Balsam when thoroughly applied Adv.
After dreaming they were soul-mates
an Ohio couple got married, ilay
they never wake up!
For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the
country that a great many women have escaped serious op
erations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, and it is true.
We are permitted to publish in this announcement
extracts from the letters of five women. All have been
recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence be
1 HoDODpn , Me." I had patna in both Bides and such a soreness
I could scarcely straighten up at times. My bock ached nnd I
tras so nervous I could not sleep, and I thought I novor -would bo
any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking
Lydia K Ptakham's Vegetable Cojnpound and soon felt llko a new
woman." Mrs. Uaywabd Soirams, Ilodgdon, Me.
2CnABLOTns, N. G "I was In bad health for two years, with
palits in both side's and was vonr nervous. I had a growth
which the doctor said was a tumor, and I never would get wellunless
I had an operation. A friend advised me to tako Lydia E. Pink
ham a Vegetable Compound, and I gladly say that I am now enjoying
fine health." Mrs. IIosa, Sims, 10 Winona KL, Charlotte, N. C.
3ILVSOVEB, Pa. 'Tho doctor advised a severe operation, but my
husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Compound and I
experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new person
and can do a hard day's work and not mind It." Mrs. Ada, wilt.
190 Stock St, Hanover, Pa. ."..,
4DECATun, III. "I was sick in bed and three of the best physl-
clans said I would havo to bo taken to the hospital for an oper
at on as I had something growing hi mv left side. I refused to sub
mit to tho operation and took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
poundand it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women
J-R?,1, lt "S3 oonofor mo." Mrs. Laura A. Gbiswold, 2300 Bit East
William Street, Decatur, I1L
ft CueTtLAKP, Onto. -UI was very irregular and for several years
my side pained mo so that I expected to have to undergo an op.
aet-ntlitn TVlrSnrl unla-1 ihAlf leHnaaf .1 k.tLl.lL.l
n.wue w,vrao OtliU UJD JUKI W VI HXJIUUIK HlBV
would help me. I took Lydk E. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound and I became regular and free
from pain. I am thankful for aueh a good medi
S, nil" nl,vaV9 &vo ,fc lo highest praise."
!. j. ii.uiurr ith, isw Manison
AyrltetoLTniARPIMKAa! MEDICINE CO.
W rCOSnUESTIaa) LYSN, MA88., for advice,
xour letter will be opened, read anil answered
by a womaa aad held la strict eoaMeaee,
Wtf k Weaken tke Kifays
Mny CMrnpV.lnnt wekn the kldoet,
collator fcrhlnff backa, urinary dlmnlert
ami m dull, dmmj, llconrKel rlfn
Work rifuslor une to chill", daopDr4
or (nildra rbaagmt won In rraaprd
polllofj4$ work aral! the tumr of
turpentine; rnUm riding oa lolling
rhlcl, l enpeWally hanl uu tlie kldntt.
Taken In time, kldne tronhle Inn-, bant
lo !"!! neglected It li datigerou. Ai
a kldner Ionic, there It no other meillrlna
o well recommended, to widely uaed and
n unlrceull urreaaful u Uoan'a Kid
ney Pills. '
An Oklahoma Case.
J. T. flnehec,
lluto. Okla'. says
Tor eighteen years
I suffered terribly
from kldaey disease.
My back ached con.
atantly and the kld
n r secretions
burned In peesase. I
doctored and tried
il V :r' Kldeey
K t (Bt me f...
Bret nijef. git or
eight toaet cured me
and ths benent hat
lasted, t can't be
ZtH tf awry -
G4 DaWsaaAar Sta. Ma a Boa
rOTTEIUBBUURN CO, sKlrTAtO. N. Y.
better than cure. Tutt's pais If taken la Mats
are not oaly a remedy tor, but wl prevent
bdleatMSt, coattlpatioa aad klndreddlaeaMS.
Tlflillfllll ' more nocetaarr
I YWlilllll thanSmallpox. Amy
I I rniJIU OTerleDcckiiaeaniftntal
'"' tte almost mlraralocs efri-
tacy, sad tumlesneat, of Aoutyrboid Vaccination.
Se vaccinated WOW by yoor nhnUlaa. y an
yoorfaaCy. It la mora elal Hun bouae uuoruce.
Atk you nby.lclan, dragf ut. or lend for Ttire
yos had TyvbeMI" teUlaf of Tynhold Tacclat,
tetalts from uae, aad dinftt from Tyshotd Carrtcn.
Ttt Cstter lakeralary. Bertilty. Cal.. Ckleaae. lit
PreenlH Vital lie sad Swaail saSer U. S. LUeais
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 33-1914.
"Well," replied the tool, "that's morn
than you can say for preaching."
If you wiili beautiful, clear, white
clothes, me ltd Cross Bill lllue. At all
good grocers. Adv.
The fellow who is a bad egg Isn't
hard to beat, but nobody wants to
tackle the Job.
Some actors get divorces for the ad
vertising and others just because.
k 600D COMPLEXION
IUAMNTEED. USE ZONA POMADE
the beauty powder compressed wilb healing
agents, ou will never baaono)ed by pim
ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. If
not satisfied after thirty days' trial your
dealer will exchange for 50c in other Roods.
Zona has satisfied for twenty years try it
at our risk. At dealers or mailed, 50c
ZONA COMPANY, WICHITA, KANSAS
av., Cleveland, (J.
yyur. . - .J&.w.-.AszJijsj$i$i ' '.,.