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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

Sttccette to Indian Champion el - VL3 i ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, IM2 Ne. 4 Vh. ddWaWMUWkMCMIt sa OkUheWi Sah I !! llWIIIWaVl III I 1 1 'i ;" Ur &.. wir- ( (? r ' ;fe D. E. MGANtW H ' i r. .- "'li. , -,;: Lumber Company Dttler in . . AH Kindt of Building Grain, Cotton, Coal. Bet t Mexico Coal S7 a tt The Bank That Bank of Elgin Elgin. Oklahoma r'K- JSUS '$ rVi: "xiv-" J T - Deposits Guaranteed' 5 VA r J If you are not already our customer, open an . account without delay. . v A, L. McPherson, Pres.. 0. A, McPherson,. V. P. E. McPuehson, Cashier. fc WE OFFER v THE FOLLOWING: 8 boxes matches.. a cans kraut .8 sani, hominy-.. S 1-pound pkn Eagle Thistle Ipkf S.Washington Urisp x mm Oream of .Wheat m. - T".M. S.pkffi fraee-nuUi . , . 2 25c bakirtf powder. . 65c plcge tobaeeo;. ., . 8 lOe pkrs teeacea .'v. a.psn eraM-nuie lb pounoe susjer., ........ Kaw Syrup 'parfsjioq . . . . Fieur. Met 4t. '- ,...;. ;eart. laUMry tpae. '.a -: . RibeHn, i ir Tie patrific Material Ton ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

5?T, -Wjf s;':1 SElraMz ("Us" HTf J L, . '.. -7 " T' . r """- i.-s'tf ' t v t i pv f, . Mr' ff Farmers Champion EUROPE FEARS GENERAL STRIFE MANY NATIONS MAY St IN- ANOTHER BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT T SKLAHtMA ELtIN, OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES VOLVKD THROUGH BALKANS t ; TSQ&sttaBaBbw JSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbsbbbWH iflBBBBBBBBBBSSaVWaaBau ynCjSJISISISISFVSSBBjM - BBBBBBB9jjMavBP l1B2SBJvsav A tt $ i 4 .; . Institute A fluadav school workers' I baa beeB organised at. Tulsa. Stillwater, In Its first Inltlatlra electloB, voted last week to abolish pool halls. Hush 8prlngs elevators have kandled mora thnn 8,000 hifyla of oorn to date. f The May (Harpor county) commer cial club Is getting busy in the good roads movement. Lightning played havoc with wires of the Sapulpa Kloctrlc company dur ing the recent storm. The recent cold spell has set farm era to cutting the last of their forage crops In Texns county. filch lead and slue deposits havo been discovered rnr Nowata and are to be developed soon....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

";?f .N" . f r 1 .f tr M V fa 'I BACKtfHEAltft ACBINOJOINTS TMtt TM af BU MBaaja HWMUItBM "iMfMin. wr la Baa to weak kidneys umt fauura ta drive off aria mM tbcnmghly. Whea you suf fer aehy, bad Jetati,. back aeae, toe: with a kidney disorders, get Deaa'e Kidney P11H, which hart cured ttwmiii AX OKLAHOMA CAM. . John T. Joata. Ill . Pile at. Paula Valley. Okie., : "I waa eonflned to had for dera with kidney troatle and "Will rhoumatttm. I waa weak And de mtated and tormented almoat to death. Not Imnrtrlng under tha doctor's treat ment, I Mean uelns Doan'e Kldner Mile and waa entirely eurad. I tiara had no trouble etaee." G Daw' at qr Drag Stre, Met Box Doan'a :" rOCTBUM&aWmN CO., BaJhlo. N. Y. POOR JOHN NEATLY CAUGHT Cleverly Cantrivad Trap That Lad ta tha Downfall of Ona Porget- ful Husband. Ha had returned horn-' In the eve Blag tired and ready for a reitful hour ar two. "John, my love," aald his little wife sweetly, "did you poat that letter 1 gave you thia mornlngT" "Yea, my ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

jpsr "W '7W K ',J' h cr I W 'ff V Farmert9 Champion J. S. Soulk, Editor and Publisher rBEB-FKAKLES8-PROORE8WVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, November 14 Application hits been made at the pnMofflce in Elgin, Okla., for admiesio 1 to the If. S. mails as second-class matter. sunscniPTioN: One )ear 11.00 Six months CiOc No MiiliAcrliitlotiK InWen fur Iohm thnn Ix month. Your MiliKcrlitlon linn expired ir ill xihi) with thlH InBtie If tlieu U a cross (W on I ho mnrxln opposite IUIr Boticj. ADVERTISING RATES: OiBplay ndH, 12 IUcciiIh per Inch fur rnrh Insertion. Discounts Riven an large niln. All advertising matter run until pnlil nncl ordered out TELEPHONE NO. 46. For Next Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN Lawton Oklahoma Governor Grace's Message We present an innovation in this week's CHAMPION that will prove interesting reading. It has been the established practice of all Governors to issue their messages to their respective State Legislatures on the first day of the session of that body...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

1, Mfc . A V -?-c fc '. v 1 t a witLuyM JtX" 'J a Ribelin, Stone & Walker BSFfiWK Children . Coati, on Saturday November 16, one day only, net cash. Will also close out their line of platters, bowk, etc. v'l Al P' ''i t i ' V H &t .Monument For a Town Is Grit Vim Push Boost Energy Schools Churches Morality Harmony Cordiality Advertising Hood property Talk About It Speak Well of It A Healthy Location Help to Improve It! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere healthy; fire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself T. O. Millpi Ml of uritti a aounwi accident Thursday eveninnr -bv getting the forefinger of his right hand CAIIffhf hntwonn iUa tnnmin and hounds of his wagon, mash ing me nesn almost completely off from the bone. Dr. Gamble dressed ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

TT.'rV? "T'' to wy I J H- ' SVlf ' )) tf 1 V 1 7 V aajglgaagaK . V J I VENTILATOR FOR FRUIT TREE ef tw iimim kim Are Arroiigss to AHew vs) lflvffCf Tke fUeetrasJea dm gawtieo veetitetor ee U estate tke traak of a tree at Ma base as skew. It to made la Fruit-Tree Ventilator. tare eeettoas, hinged at the back, aad ara carried la tka top of eaeh to allow of aecaaa to tb to DEVICE FOR PICKING FRUIT of Thimble, Whleh May Be TM to Thumb ana Whlah Tar- In Share Blade. A vary con voa teat dertee far atck taf fruit has bee deltas id 07 a aaaa Mvtag 1 tka trait nstoas of OaUrer ate. It araatete ef a tklabto, wklek aaa? be Ua4 to the taemb aai wktek Far PtoMmj Fran. aanataates In a blade wltk a keen edge. Tka fruit la seised la tka kand agtd tka atom la severed by mesne of ,ek tkumb knife. Wltk auck a device a tkU tka ploklng of fruit la materl Mr expedited and tkara la no daagar f toartai tka branches or marring the trait wbaa It la pJuokad. Bclen (aa American. Tha Apple Aphis. fararlBg to ki...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

K 'J fWF JjvsT, v "" n" j!jj- fw-. WRECK VICTIMS SUFFER T0R1URE bHMTIIN DEAD ANO NINETY IN. JURID IN ACCIDENT. nssim coaches burn Wreak an Yaioe and Mississippi Val ley Read Nsar Monte, La., Is Ap kMllMs In Its Results Com mlMlan to Invsstlgate. Ntw OrlJn. Fourteen lives wero eaat' out and ninety passengers In Jarei when a through freight train crashed into the rear end of a noth bosad excursion train on the Yazoo sad Mississippi Valley railroad near Meats, La. Tbs appalling disaster Is charged ay tks railroad officials to the negli gent of a flagman named Cunning ham., who disappeared when the two tralaa crashed together. Of the dead, four are whlto women, oaa a white Infant; four negro wo men and flvf norjro mon. forty-one of the Injured are whlto sad forty-nine negroes. It Is expected that all of these, except possibly three will recover. Without DataMe. Although the scene of the wreck i bat twenty-seven miles north of New Orleans and relief trains were sent frost this city and f...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 November 1912

Zy " ";i , i , . mv, w , -. t-i '. U N i a I'l. ; i Its, c i. Ih" Id' - ij" CRUCES MESSAGE TO LEGISLATURE IMUM IN ADVANCE OP THI LI ItLATIVI SESSION. SUGGESTS MANY REFORMS Hynepels ef the ChUf Executive Moot Important Rtcemmendatlona Cov ring Many Departmenta of State ana County Gov ernment Te Mm Members af tha Fourth Legis lature Cenvened In Regular See Ian: The Coaatltutloa of Oklahoma pro vMee aa followa: "At every session ef tha Legislature, and Immediately area Ita organisation, the Governor tun communicate by message, de'lv- ta Joint aaaalon of two noukus, the condition of the State; and 11 recommend au.cn matters to the Legislature aa he shall Judge expedi ent" In attempting to carry out the daty thus imposed upon me, I am ad drees lag you this communication. Twa yeara of eloea study from the vaatage poaltlon of Chief Executive eeavmeea aa that much helpful legls latlea is seeded to be enacted by this iedy. Indeed I aa convinced that no similar body has heretofore assem ble h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

"via Pb -vj Success U Ineiiahoma Champion vi. 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. Itl2 Ne, i- Stork in IIm Load y Farmers Champion s I .t 4- ! lrHu I'm.' t- - ! " - &. Of'.. 'f " ! w- r- I D. E. MGANAW Lumber Company Dealers in . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton v . v'M-:-:-:---::-v44H-:-M--i-i--:--: The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin , Elgin, Oklahoma. .. - . . , - w v w -wjn Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPherson, Pres. 0. A. McPherson, V. P. E. McPherson, Cashier. THE YELLOW STARS JOHN WALTER SAM west, When the yellow stars go down, Out in the gleaming, golden Tired Angers, thin and brown, Turn from labor unto rest ; And the solemn hush of night Soothes euch world-worn, weary soul Brings fresh vigor for the fight That comes to all who face the goal. When the yellow stare come up From beds of matchless, molten gold, Fragrant rose and butter-cup In joy ser...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

."Wi iufi ' C iiwV 3 ? S1? !!5-5i5is,r?r:1?" ,.n IK- 4 V il -". ',?rr " nt -- tf )1 I E 'I . It ' n BT R' ' & r ft. ;.$ 8TJTT"rj': 6btme, to ef feres aa bae 1 I ts essstarese. uj far : sated I aVTOBV I lrxa. aBmaaBBBBBSSBSmBBSBBSS If MMWI i ' ' i i mi K iaBHiaaiaaiHiiiMi,i jMjj Kg 22 I gjj W i CM JUL . C. .nr.,1 T M bM CHAPTER I. Tl V;Mrj Ptftli. KxlTS Gr7i. ni c-s tit 9i Bafxrz ?ct Eci trts Gto tei fttrf Stis.'W'i. fir nt ii- fros itr ci. TL.U li r tegJetl Utlrsii rf tlt u;r7; ti.wsi to sftkt rrtrrthlif rrf dti frets ft rt Jt iir t bet. to i-irt tack few ssstfcj, x 'it ittr - UJk EtJtb QmtGzt xz.1 I in: sie. Tteo, tu ricnr, irer exci drlTls; rtr ws ear; &. a. ra.t ilxtr i&rie- zzxrXizi:, ill glUulzt jolt jeJ- tiJ I, ft tc-ct ttx-c7lirsr r, ef isll Jcit' rt7". Bt er ert to as iei boii. rsc-rsj tier- trftfe ft tie B&ttsa Pott Rs.i. On tW ccatrtrj . re tLorvecttlsg tfcoach ft cftmnr, ro-jgh lice. Uet , fcr toL ftll iz& Istfirrsylti ti la- MrrftU bj ft i trie cf iha...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

;v- "SP V nV 3? FTSJF w ;: "V V3 ,-.r. tkJ ri-A . - t- ro? V v ' WV" - n 1 j -"ST 'VA t FOR THE AFTERNOON TEA afttfwUh lea That Cerrlee With It Distinct tenae af tha Appetising. Aaaetiea has tha beat oyitera and eala4s of any country In tha world. Mra. Lily Haxworth Wallace, the Bng Hah aeeklag expert, toll tha women at a awre food ahow cooking lesson at Haw York. "The beat way to cook an oystct." MM Mra. Wallace, "la not to cook It at all. There la an English saying, Tha aaore you do to an oyster the asora It will do to you.' That means that the more you cook It the less nourishment you get." Bat ahe gare them recipes to cook tha beat oyster In the world, the American oyster, If they were not content to eat It raw. The American aalad la the best In the world, Mrs Wallace aays, because America ha the greatest variety of fruits, vege tables, and other products of the gar den and field. She gave the women a recipe for a new sandwich that r number of them said they were going to try Im...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

v C.V ii7fp i J ti-F l? if I Iv Farmert9 Champion J. & SoULC Editor and Publisher HUES FZABLS86-rBOGMMCVB Pehanhcd Every Thursday 21 AapKeatien has been made at the pastofliee in Elgin. Ok la., for asaJaeiia to ifcU. S. nails aa eeeoeclaas matter. smtacMpnoN. Oh roar It-OS Mix amtaa. .. ., CSc No ifcrrtfiM UkM for Imi tLaa Tow aBfescrirtlea- kt expiree or 111 xre H tU iarac If Uer Is trew (X oa U aircla opposite tfeis aotiec Far ABVCftTlSING RATES: 4s. 11 1-teeaU per Inch for ec ttrUee. Dincousis giTfti oa strg . All a4rrtlttc matter run TELEPHONE NS 4. Ft Next Attccy General JOHN A. FAIN , Oklahoma I WIT NOW r: I Vermont and Utah are the sur viving: remanta of the grand old party's lost Alantis. This is the cue of the Demo cratic party: To be reasonably modest and try not to make mistakes. Any. action taken by the now era to and the war will be regard- ad by Turkey not as an inter ference but aa a rescue. Wilson would have gotten a larger majority, only a lot of absent minded D...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

tfifCf . -V. ' ,""tV "ifc ,!r,4tf.-j.V ''U & V V. r ? ' Ribelin, Stone & Walker -w We hare a lot offe Sit asW d $12 Suite that we wil close out for five dollars $5.00;. Come at once, they won't last lonf at such astonishing low figures ifiw W 8f & Monument For a Town IP Grit Vim Push Boost Energy Schools Churches Morality Harmony Cordiality Advertising Good property Talk About It Speak Well of It A Healthy Location .Help to Improve It ! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere healthy; Are all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself. .... .Walter Clark wishes us to W. H. Higgins, of four miles thank the many kind friends and) east of town, made us a pleasant neighbors who did all in their power for Mrs. Clark in her late illness. Mrs. S. E. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

iy-- '? - "XVASO-! tTTTr t.tfF ft I i J' Farmers' Champion ELCItt, J. S. S9ULE, rabllt htr . T"" OKLAHOMA OKUHOMA NEWS NOTES Flvo burglars dynamited tho bank of Ochelata, nt Ochelata, Okla., ac cured $2,500 and escaped. Tho Oklahoma Stnto Manufacturers' association will hold Its annual meet Ing in Oklahoma Pity on December 1C. Tho new postofllco bulldlnR nt Oklahoma City Is open for business and tho old postodlco Is nbnndonod. Burglars cnten-d tho postofTlco nt WIHow, a new town thirteen mile north of Mnngum. nnd crnckcu the safe, but got very llttlo money. Low Grcn of Guthrfo waB convicted by n Jury In tho district court nnd as sessed a fine of $!0 on n bootlegging charge nnd ft' for resisting nn officer, flrcen Is n negro. Albert A. Small, president of the Consolidated Electric Hallways, Bays construction of nn Interurban lino from Tulsu to Sapulpa will bo- com menced within thirty days. Miss Mary Troy ,ir t l, B. McAlester were marrlod at ucAlcatcr at the home of the bride's pare...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

l -r ? KTTfT rjawi k-l.r. ,w ?( !' T" ""T"" " ' t' r. v vv U Peruna a Laxativo? I am In t colpt of ft letter 1 from mechan ic who Is at tbe head ot a pros perous house hold. Peruna liaB been used In his family for a good ninny years. He writes as fol lows: "As you know, wo have used Peruna in our home for a num ber of years. V1 An,! U n . S.B.Hartsaan,M.D. ,inb,e nouBehold nedlclno In catarrhal conditions, coughs, colds and grip, and many oth er ailments to which the family Is subject. Hut Blnro the change In tho formula of Peruna I do not find It quite as useful to myself. My bowels re naturally very active. I cannot take a cathartic of any sort. It does Be Injury to do so. Tho old Peruna contained no cathartic Ingredient and was therefore a very useful medi cine to mo. Hut I notice that the new Peruna hna a slight laxative ac tion, which nlmoBt make.) It pro hibitory for mo to use. I was won dering If there was not some way In which I could obtain tho old Peruna fts you used to ma...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 November 1912

"ffm- m ( r t i ir 1 fe-' f " DAILY Din Hum Hr a r. a Atxaw SPINACH rCM IN MINKRAL RLIMBNTS. ptfleeh dees net-differ mats rfally frem lettuee er eaeeate in competition. Like the ether grMn vegetaBlee, It Is rleh In the mineral elements ef feed. but MnUlm little fleeh and-f hat making material. Tha imn ral elomentt art aa neeeeeary at tha athar eenttltutnU af food; Ufa eeuld nat ha sup ported without thtm. Tha want of a tingle mlnaral element, aa Iron or sodium, may areduee terlaua raaulta. Tha mlnarala to bo assimilated, mutt be In or ganised form at thay art In vegetable ana thay ara mora or lest precipitated by haat and are thrown out In tha water, If no chtmloat change la effected ty heat, aa thara It, especially In eabbage. Thtroforo, lettuaa ar cabbaft, uncooked, la prefer ablo. Thota ara baat aatan alona or with fruit, In tha morning. WWWIIWWWWMIWWIWWWIWWXWlMMXWW Wt're Opposed to Mail Order Concerns Because Tfcty have coofetbotea1 cent to tutthenag Hm i mow toi Emj mm tscaived...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

Tw!Jjj-wmir"' '?-'' Vfjiriv 'V..J !' iIl-"fl yK1 ft. e Mfc Vt ' ' M31 Ul . f & v ' 1 vnampion h Suceeseer to I-fteHakoma Champion J Vol 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912 No. "l-wlW1 Farmers' M D. E. MCANAW Lumber Company Dealers in . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton A-fr"5--:'"M'";-':":M":'4'':-'iH'v':H"-:'i"'-'! The Bank That Accommodates i Bank of Elgin - E'gin, Oklahoma '-fc,- Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPherson, Pres. 0. A. McPhebson, V. P. E. McPherson, Cashier. -j $ .. .. .;. .. 4. .;. .;.-:..H-;;""i- : a .-..:..k4 I WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING: 8 boxes matches 10 8 cans kraut 25 8 cans hominy .... 25 6 1-pound pkgs Eagle Thistle Soda 25 8 pkgs Washington Crisp -25 2 pkgs Cream of Wheat 25 2 nkm grape-nuts 25 2 26c baking powder 35 8 6c pkgs tobacco 25 8 10c pkgs tobacco , . . . ,25 18 pounds sugar.., $1.00 Karo Syrup, per gallon 45 Flour, best .... .....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

?Fr i- -x i-H i, J I Farmers' Champion I. t. SMILE, PaMUber . '. OKLAHOMA tUtll, OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Cotton it bringing 13 cents at Altus. The Coalgstc Courier has colberated Its fourth birthday. Muskogee la to hare a drastic nntl. profanity ordinance. Enid baa sold $15,000 gas bonds to Toledo firm at par. The Frisco Agents association mot at Ada November SO. More than two hundred bales or cot tea were received lu ono day at Ad.i The Logan County News, publish, d ttt Crescent, has begun its tenth ear Federal officers at Tulsa uncovered Tault containing $1,500 orth of Mauor. One arrest and others In view Is the result of a flood of worthless ckecka at Tulsa. Editor Jeffries of the Nowata Ad. vertlser was acquitted of the murder of Mrs. Irene Goheen. The gold boom at Claremore seems to be attracting many '.-ap::allsts and prospectors to that place. A large crowd met In tho court house at Taloga and held a very en thusiastic good roads meeting. Shrlnexs from all over Oklahoma gathered ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

f'.f. pS,?,?" ,wJ!iftr7?v CSfPB'' Vjfe' " Tf;3ESf; st- v V- ' . w -t fci I ?.'. IUI Good Reaaon, Why do you call the popular guM pokor?" "Because it atlra things up." Overheard In a Laundry. "Ho muBtti fcottaialse, Delia. Here's two shirts In the wash tho tame week." To prevent Milnrm In far hotter than to cure It. in nwlnrinl countries tnVs doe of OX WINK regulnrlv one cneli week and mvc reiifelf finm Chill nnd Fever and other mnmrinl trouble. Adv. Not According to Rule. "Her emotions nrCungrummatlcal." "What do you mean by thnt?" "All hor moo(!3 nro tense." i. ... N,.,T r,T r," .AmE ..' nolle ""linn m tluiniit imnRuliiktlt, and we b IIptiMI !. Ili.'roinn l nu n-ntmi why laillcmhonld liar., in enter nit li liititl.iciii.j unit nmralgla. jM-clallr wlii-n lliinfs Muliinln Oil lrri prh pniuipl n-lli-f. Jt In limply a iiut tlnn of nMtln the lailli-Miitry It. All ilniKisUt null Hum's IJgbuUaa" OUIuUcuiiddOctijUli-i. Ailr. Chance. "I always embrace an opportu nity." "Hut, then, you must ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

!?fi577 c ' ''r ' ".. Htat-92 . 4 -3R" ., f1o ,. l:l i V " " -"- f I' , 1 L ir !? i' hi i ? is j . tf. M G FarnMit' Champion J. a Soulb. Iditor and Publisher -nunuM-moo PuMUlMd Every Thursday 21 Application Km been made at titt BMtofllM in Elfin, Okie, for daJoBien to tne U. S. mails u eeeend-clncs Matter. if to Taw I xue UMCMrriON: . SSc INIWUU C. E. Miller, editor of the Fletcher Timet, and a brother, who lately returned from Texaa, invaded this print ihop Tuesday afternoon, en their return from Sterling. Theae Miller brothers are fine, gentlemanly younf men, and C. E. is publishing a paper that is a credit to the little town of Fletcher. Come again! Our fraternal latchttriag is always dot as eaytrea ar mtUUmtii opseeMe tals IMIMIIMWMMMMIV ABVINTISINa RATtt: Diftoy aSe, U liMti per tack tor PUcmti slvaa ea AH sivarUalM natter raa TILIPMONI NO. 4. Foe Neat! Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN Lawton Oklahoma j(D0ITN0Wgi S)MAajMMMMaWWAAMMWMWWM THANKSGIVING Today is Thanksgiving. Next to C...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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