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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

i. J-"J ft fi " 1 ..3T . j M.J.J "k ft FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN ThouMndsHaveBceiiHelped By Common Smum Suggestion. GRAND COMMANDERY TO MEET IN OKLAHOMA CITY Many a girl with a soft voice pos sesses a marble heart. WOMAN'S STORY MADE PUBLIC Mrs. Meacritf Didn't CeasM It Secret. Height Fries!. Sko.l. Kaew. Rea. Her Statemeat. LEWIS' Single Hinder straight 60 ohmr. Yon pny 10c for cigars not to good. Adv. - However, tho man who knows Just how to managa a woman nevor tried It. Mr. Window' Soothing Syrup for Children trrtlilng, aofteua the&um, reduce lilfluinma Ikm.ollajrs paln.ourea wind college a botllcMi ' f-J' jFf T "Vf? IX WK 7 Vats 'Kir I" 7 veTAfTCSiJlxtf'' Women suffering from" any form of female ills are invited to communicate promptly with the woman's private correspondence de partment of tho Ly- diaRPinkhamMed icino Co., Lynn, Mods. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman and held in trict confidence. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a wo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

"KJV F-t -.t 1 ll 'L Railroad Time Tabic 03830 EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves. .... . .12:10 p. in. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WEST BOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a.m. No. 0 leaves 3:29 p.m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. m. Po8t Office Time Table WEST MAIL Closes at 8:53 a. m. Closes at 2:59 p. m. EAST MAIL Closes at 11:40 a. m. Closes for morning mail at door box at 7:00 p. m. Post office open3 at. . .8:00 a. m. Post office closes at.. .0:00 p. tn. Sl,"i?'S!oPens at.... 8:30a.m. IIoHdriyS)CIose3 .. ..9:30 a. m. l ! 'NllMWH VV V VVVV VV't'T VV VvVTVtVtVT VTV A A "' Local News Items :::::: The present term of school will close Friday. Thomas Riclrardson transacted business in Lawton Monday. For Sale: A span of good mules. Ribclin, Stone & Walker. Today's bold wave will do one gdod thing at least, and that is check the swelling fruit buds. There was danger of them open ing too early. Some varieties were almost ready to burst into bloom. Corn planting ia now the prin cipal "...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

fVyVWii - " " "V "' ' w'-.., W" V .r O'vVT " ' r. r v- - - a '' .. - ' .' -7T y7. ft .- rt i J "i STORM SWEEPS THE SOUTHLAND TWENTY-HVE DEATHS REPORTED FROM FIVE GULF AND VALLEY STATES PROPERTY LOSSjS ENORMOUS Heavy Downpour Follow Path ' of Cyclone In Most Localities Wire Service la Demoralized Dallas Twcnly.Jivo persons are re ported to have boon killed, and prop erty valued at several hundred thou sand dollars destroyed by a wind nnd rain storm, accompanied by lightning, which swopt portions of Loulslnna, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten nessee. Tho delugo of rain extended over a moro extensive area and prac tically demoralized telegraph and tolo phono service for soveral hours. Greatest property damage and loss of llfo was reported In Provenceal and Many, La. Tho town of Provenccal practically was wiped out, many build ings woro blown down and wlro sor vlco demoralized. Only meager re ports from tho strlckon district woro obtainable. Deaths, Injuries and de struction of propo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 20 March 1913

"?( u BARGAIN STORE ,.i;."..r..iuci:--fv. ..r.r..T; r-c : 1 l r 1 ' 1 -1 ' : 7 1 1' : t- n i 1 1 i 1 1 n: r : : : : : t: : : t r s : 5 1 . a 1 1 m fr-vM-frfr-fr-H-fr- frfrfr BE WISE And "Get Next" U 4 DAILY DIET AM) HEALTH tfIiN'T5 ?!aIrt3 iJa'rv f vut fit tuc- Stfcu XA'tir .TiniMri ilijititJijit. jam fwt rauurn t jw jn tfsufji written 1 -i'fu im 345.-1. Tr jnatr miitcd" vt ert.fw fi jtlmuUf-trj s tJtn 13- "ritrtr, W 'nut nd ?(!-i a fjiti f4vr 1 tueimcuMtf im maB lFgsJrtn 1 11 -rt-trrt ii farjuty jrsvirttstf. CiitiJrtrt av.' cijily tltviiet 'it rtuiueiinA as ai Jft Wy iar vf i Mrscutar SS rt a Ttir.it. wSutf nfj, if ', jlC fjJi tncTJ'u fa" , tucR' -ist sa! inrf Sijot lvut?u Sue ll' nij -jicu snfrsretfaxM 'MBit j' hmx.hij ji-ScjiiC Siri jrttf -tMOirt if f-wti THijr titirt it to wr :tjt 4tC Sift llmr!113 it tuC- lan 4'ili irrx 2 tusm ei- Vimc fwli s&ntiin j! u citrnartc v ?ryriij jjrjpmLur .jmi t "ti i?sinal 4pcKS& a tae itxcnyvi iy iwyifur? s-: i.iryni Mats rf Sh fwt, c j'ii ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

VJJ n. u 'Si. ' 'TOBrET-'iiv .T , ffl' tfraj Lf - "" irt. W' i Wfc i- r'T ,- rtl i--S-' . -"-, .. - . I s) ; r ' 1 V -J Farmers ' J Champion Successor to Indiahoma Champion ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THVRSDAY, MARCH 27, 1913 fr Jr tiP vai No. 23 ?f?f. J "ft1 (74 T I i. D. E. McAnaw f umber L- Com par. 1 Dealers in . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton ;-vv-; r nr V " V T V V V V V V V V W T For Fire, Lightning. Tornado, " . Hail or Life Insurance, at the ' lowest rates, in the best com panies, see the Bank of Elgin, Klffin, - - Oklnhuma ' II. P. WCTTENGEL. ' President. ' . tt-::HiMK--H''1' J. P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very Bargains in GROCERIES AND URNITURE m See Kennemur First Door West of Post office Elgin, Oklahonu 4 ?r rocresswe 7.7 Kjarminq J 1 This Department is devoted to those methods that are so wonderfully revolutionizing Agriculture CHECK RAVAGES OF INSECTS Nlghthawk Devours Many Mosquitoes nd Feeds Exclusively on Bugs Man's True Friend. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

V '-C2r a m O" n . i Jfr ; . I P ?. Farmer's Champoin mux. j. . tULSr tn' GwOJLSOKX PROGRAM FOR OKLAHOMA tfWS NOTES Ssifsrtf t to hare ait jfrfc-raEra, fa fjva wvaeSS sarax rirff ts. " 7s Atrt Cutasirttai Ota - Ui ra u matter f S'lftifit-c aia& Khani" U AtTi. Ceatsvx. 6.-14 ft a t Sr ? tfcs c itt i-&Um as. Caxmuusa- , SBtaty T1 "S&Trttti IJtaewt t atfavsufcr; Ji raSfcicy'as a t JUte Se7 f-UCft-R. EDITORS MEET GJi.--OWA SCJS5 TO -IXiCT OKLA, I,H KAY. TFJrS TO TULSA AM) PAWK5M a.wm-i j Goof TVrrtt fur Atf j Or Wr v K j Ernits, Arssir. P'Ucfcct are a cftrratarkw U smr OKy. H,r JOKi awe. Jaa sine Ctunskuvi -M i.ii. tssre eWfctu It tie i Is. ii rsriftjc eaW-afae tk Cwa-yy-raiJc, 2MJnai: aZ OBttaa- FSr &ae s-e aVrfcW la & "rvarSflf ;te t a.i-re taT-ajir S-rrai inMu: fac B".'r fttbuai. Cartisa.- pirAn r ;tsiwr. tfcr a?e--cy &erv V-t it D-vy Tii farza ruJsi- ? H A. "JTBmc. i& 5i Roia2. wjj trt iv ts . reservist fa Sk oasr ( S- i?5wf Ji ja tiwiw: m tsi i efeo 3JI ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

' w r-x". ,-t; : .i - ' "' .1 'l t ' " I'.if 'ymi 'ci ' " nwj rr r vvj .v,. "!.. .. f-vt ' wrrmnrxf)fZKf tv It a ) ' - . -r g " ,, . r- t I'MV-Tr tPTtUW ; -,'. , - -2 r;: ... rxw v - .5" FOLEVHS t HONEywTAT COMPO STOPS COUGHS - CUKES COLDS C tea We QpUte U 3afa r CUUnn A man's children, like tholr mother, are apt to uak u lot of embarrassing questions. I'lUH ClIltKU IN TO 14 DAYS XlR? il I'1"! ,fc "'' r,,"d monef it PASSU OINT. MKNT taili .to cure lint caw of llchlng, llllnd, Bleeding or Prytrudluj 1'llea Id lo M daa too. HI Contribution. "Did old Closellst give you anything for the charity benefit fund?" "Oh, yes; he gave mo his candid opinion of It." Like an Old Fool. Rllllcus What Is the ago of discre tion? CynlciiB There Isn't any. I know a man over seventy who married hla fourth wife the other day. tlcst Thing. "James got dizzy in the water and It frightened him." "It" !h the best thing which could have happened." "How do you make that out?" "If hi; was dizzy, wasn't his head s...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

a yC"' A L. " if Tr2r.j J H b lfc Mi Champion snoi laii. Xu&iu.isu Cflfflia SpscsaS Cfafrfciag Otter frr"VHf? ?rr 1 ! - - - - - - - 3tw fee's aijnnr W-eSaes- ai tne jraac L7riijgcrB tii- .,., i.vn fc Ji.v i&sa- virraisa: ac cm .rnae wr 2 t.,-?-t- tt-c ..-, -.- vuinfc.r .-. it ii? "i "vuaSamur 3bui feftiaiS ra-jads. xwrs n'i 5r n"nf t s&e S&&. JSca ami 2-Icn - -auatafiasr vrbrt tex'i or hand oa f LW-for t 7LRitzvJi' Chamfsox will re carft a year oberiptki to the tktise Giciin Thft Justs' Ceuras: At Karra Hews and the train aai .r reran 2xrs2s3 tfe tfratarrr Riralfat, irtmnA this 2te&uS Etcrr Tancsdhy BfXB, Kircz: 27 aua: a war ip "Villi cmiiine. aca&s Siusher: .irafet. aS carw &e u taen aJ vantage m mtmn the j. k t jr.-jirrsisr (Vitmc k a Ki:d r ornber w .ny sub- to -tne aw7e name Tj-AtsJ ii Sen-.. OtiRttuau crSartS Asia idrta Jc SS5. z?d aury&c tk -v Tstassr," .. liviir A. 'Itrf- ttL.t! Tz jrwsatwifctef as !a aawse ransrar. ttxaa. jwar .. mss pif ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

Sity If 7 x 'sa -VV-f "'fr. If PH 'jtZ , 'f r yi .j . C.J 14 i gm .SjS .? Railroad Time Table EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves ....... 12:16 p. m. No. 414 leaves . 7:45 p.- m. WEST HOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a. m. No. 9 leaves 3:29 p.m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. m. Post Office Time Table WEST MAIL Closes at 8:53 a. m. Closes at , .2:59 p. m. EAST MAIL Closes at 11 :46 a. m. Closes for morning mail at door box at 7:00 p. m. Post office opens at. . .8:00 a. m. Post office closes at. . .6:00 p. m. A. B. Sperling, of the Mistle toe neighborhood, called in to see us Thursday afternoon,- on his return from Oklahoma City, where he was a delagate to the State Sunday School Convention. He reports the three-days' meet ing as one continual intelectual feast. There ia one thing quite certain, if any one got more out of that meeting than Mr. Sper ling that individual "was going some." He is a bright, wide-awake young man, and is one of the most progressive "live wires" in his commu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

J.yMi k'yw b fm -(, IV , t 1 T "' fj1 h ' i SI f i il Is A ! - fsERIALT L TORY J He raJeew a deiTacatery hand. "We, please deal," ha pleaded. -Tw a not temper It I should hava takea has word, wltheat ejection. I knew Ma B&SSeCTCSZStg IlTii ll H KahA ' m SKsT ksmjm. v ma 23 SBB1 ..flat, aa M Hfm .--t B BT 15 Horace Hszeltiae eg i is S3 iirrr-n. aa a. c ic-u-rf a tj SYNOPSIS. Robert Cxbtob. rapt 'aha t. cosratia IT.& Clyde, fvrirrpap-r pobU!:er. re SardJn.r aaocrmcra tr- Jc Uttrt a i-aa receded. Toe rt tmaavi & aaiapte Of the writer" r.wre (.9 a certain dliT Oa that day Ui bead U tnystertosJly cat -mm m -. -J . ,,... -frwa & portrait of Canwrtra while tb Xat- , Ton SJU. CO verification. love of truth I probably more (any one else. What right had I to "conclude then, because of oartala ap- pareatly IrrecoBcflabte rsririsalatsi. that his word waa false f -We ut all fallible." 1 said. "AH bat he," U his prompt reply. And then, leaning forard. with a strained, eager look l...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

'." S v. r-x VT, "i" if rftjw 4. i f - ' LI - -' V a. WIDOW HELD FOR MURDER CONTENT8 OF STOMACH OF HEAP. ADMIRAL EATON 18 - ANALYZED. TRACES 0 POISON FOUND Married Life of Couple Had Not Been the Most Pleasant Each Had Been Married Before. Plymouth, Matm. Mrs. Jennie May Eaton wan locked up In tnu county Jail ponding a hearing on the charge that sho murdered her husband, Rear Admiral Joseph Olles Eaton, by poison ing him. Admiral Eaton died in hln bod at the homo In Norwoll, whero he lived with his wife, her mother, Mrs. Cleorgo Har rison, and his stepdaughter, Dorothy Ainsworth. The death was unexpected, and due, the others of tho family said, to an attnek of Indigestion which fol lowed a too hearty meal of roast pork. Investigation Is Started. Circumstances led to an Investiga tion and according to n statement by District Attorney Darker, evidence of Internal poisoning was discovered by Dr. William Whitney, who nnalyzed the contents of tho stomach. For ton days thu authorities hav...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 27 March 1913

-1& Trj T s ;. '- m - t :Vlk BARGAIN STORE y f fr : B'C 3; ; e S'i'ii'g : ; : t t c t c: n ;: it : '.-XXK-X-W--H-5-H-S-S-H' BE WISE -l icTptf . 1 l LS Your I Printing M ' Ir i IT Go H lit m i if If it is worth doing at ail, it's vcsth ek ing welL D FzrK dais work at a!J toss is ovrmzAio. D Let us fcure with you oa yccr next job. Talk to One Man But aa adrertkement in this paper talk to the whole community. Catch the Idea f ULT.iVW cm&SA And "Get Next 8g& ?rP?- '?: Mm TO THESE BARGAINS P ri'r'i rrn 1 1 11 11 it: 1 1 rrrrn 1 : x rrrrrrrrrrn - 1 rr m mrrrrn r : 1 rrtrrr: j : 1 x 1 r t rrrrr rrrrrrsTrrrffrrrrrrrrgrgr Wishing to reduce my stock of goods in Elgin, preparatory to uniting it with my store in Apache, -I submit the following for your careful consideration: nrnrn 11x11 rrr; rrrrm-Ti ia.i.r.i 1,1 t 1 x 1 t.u.:.t xxiirtiti rn'rrrTrrrrrr: : : : r rrrrt ttstci 1 s it: rrrrrrt'STfiTrrrsry -. - T JV1 I .-w - 2Mb; Sbet SI.(0 3vt JlWBT JS. LIS 3 "- raBatey , 2a 3 C23K KrK ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

irK C! . 3 -6 W ...,. JS,r vs-y s 7 I '"V" ' XK tff x' WJ L far-. ', .X' t mers Successor to Inaiiahoma Champion Vol. 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1913 No. 24 T":" , 'f Far Champion l t I- 5 t D. E. McAnaw I umber Compan Dealer in . . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Beit Mexico Coal $7 a Ton c: a - . ' - : : "" Farmers, Play SafeW l.et every farmer around Elgin plunt from ten to thirty acres of kafir corn this spring and piny safe. We have been through the dry years in Oklahoma and feel justified in giving this ad- , vice. H. P. Wettengel, President. Bank of Elgin, ? $ j ; $ . 4 : ! : J. P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very . ; . GROCERIES AND URNITURE m : - See Keinemor Elfin, Oklahoma V v i 4"MH""I"H"H-t4.;M4 in s First LW West of1 Potlsjftica 4 ( I I'M ' 1 royressioe KTarmina J This Department is devoted to those methods that are so wonderfully revolutionizing Agriculture BACK YARD FARMER Interesting Pointers on Garden ing for the City Man or Suburbanite....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

cr V - i ... l ft .. 'i V Ckr '''U i ft1 t : I i i II I 1 1 1 It i it ' M tf r k M 4 " ft ttf- r V i 7SERlALf ,L TORY J 3:3&S The Sable Lorcha BT Horace Hazeltine 8YN0P8I8. Robert Cameron, capltnll.it, consults Philip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re- R arcing anonymous threatening letter ha a receive J. The first promises a sample or the writer's power on a certain day. On that day the head la mysteriously cut worn a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter Is In the room. While visiting Com rpn In his dressing room n Noll dwynne snlrror Is mysterlouHly shattered. Cameron becomes seriously 111 aa a result of the hock. The third letter appears mysteri ously on Cameron's sick bed. It makes YnS threats ugalnst the life of Cameron. t-!ys tells Cameron the envelope wa empty. Ho tells Evelyn everything nnd Plana to take Cameron on a yacht trip. The yacht picks up a fisherman found drifting helplesuly In a boat. lie (rives the name of Johnson. Cameron disap pears from yacht while Clyde's b...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

V v "Vi s ,3 IT V V " r , " ' p 0 Si C rs l' ', r- r 'X & I mm m FLOOD'S PATH APPALLING SWIFTNESS OP THB FLOOD CATCHES STAT I ' UNPREPARED. 200,000 PEOPLE LEFT HOMELESS Onp In Temperature Will Bring AMid Suffering; Mora Rain la Expected; 200 Drowned at Peru. Indianapolis. Ind. A statewide flood, e appalling In Its Immensity and ter rific swiftness with whirl) It came, claimed 200 lives, according to ro ports, made nearly 200,000 homeless and has dono property damage of ore than 20,000;000 In Indiana. "The White river levee here went lit, submerging hundreds of homos and adding 3,000 to the 7,000 who are homeless. Thousanda ot spectators were watching the river when the levee crumbled. Men, women and children fought through tho water to ward a nearby bridge which seemed to offer the only safety. The appalling swiftness with which the waters have arisen caught the entile state unprepared. Streams that were brooks Easter Morning soon became fBglng torrents Persons who retired In ap...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

-nr&f U 'CV -r p u FT .1 . .1 j-t V b Farmer Champion; Panser' Cot? Meetssf I Special Clubbing Offer J. S. Sod-. Yjzrjrzr-i roiasber rZZZ FXA2IX3S ?- AJS2$SnT -?s-r ?btisbed Eerf Tiers Elfia, April 3 Estered as sc.r.5-r:as5 Eit her. Deczaber Zri 1212. at ibe j.oVxxxe At J?ir f'ciihccaa osder tie Aczof Maret 3." - 1318. (sz TAZ ...... MM SU iscstit C fabKrc3acj Hits Ic it Caa tM xar ti tia w ' tSr-r u eZVRTlSIN5 ?A7tS: I &i tl.i vrin A TELEPHONE J0 i- JUrei Jlst mz. J. S. SOCLil Dear Ssn i LaTe read toot e5wraJ - titied "Fars&KS Mtss Jt?sda?" tad wish to ecegr&tsiUe yee a 'yccr yaji: and tbarrorjii xsoe-r- starding of the sitei:Sal M the ass: of the Ovsabgr Co- I: is tie pbss of l&e Lnrtea Chamber oi Qzzzxrci to ce Q.znAfi ith sS st;a5 f this , eccaty rs2 hricg aioct a better aaJejrstaading fctsres use ban se roea sad tie fzraserf, -srith a tj k iatrododr? zv.er ? ricsitcrai netted ic tsis fcau ity. Tae-b2jcs sea io oot pre paid to cam z&re than- tie f&rs&...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

'h f WW, qrj "J, 1T T 4 A. IST JO V'tfi s- i,l V .' ' MJ' r -' W?L. 1 'r 4 -L Railroad Time Tabic CAST HOUND No. 408 leaves. . . . J . . 7:38 n. m. No. 10 leaves 12:16 p. m. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WEST BOUND No. 415 loaves 9:23 a.m. No. 9 leaves 3:29 p. m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. in". Post Office Time Table Closes at Closes at WEST MAIL 8:53 a. m. 2:59 p. m. EAST MAIL Closes at 11:40 a. m. Closes for morning mail at door box at 7:00 p. m. PoBt office opens at. . .8:00 a. m. Post office closes at. . .6:00 p. in. ,r..rr W . r . Jt From District No. IS Floyd and family spent with J. II. Porter and Bunysj0uens at.. ..8:30a.m. Hol"days)cfo8e8Ot--9:30a-m' Local News Items :::::::: Ladies and gents' spring, hats at Ribelin, Stone & Walker, (tf) The 'yst andt nobiest spring shoes ;u Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) - Make arrangements to be fed and clothed by Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) Highest market price paid for country produce at Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

- '. s' ''A r" " .tF- -",.'-4 r-'t,' W a A. r1 C US! Si tf Farmer's Champion J. B. BOULE, Pubtlthtr KLOIN, i OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES In the local market reports at Black well, the price of old roosters Is quot ed at 4 cesis. Postmaster Dalley has Issued an order prohibiting smoking In the post office at Edraond. William Peterson has resigned as cttr attorney at Woodward, and ha" moved to Guthrie. It is announced that work will soon start on the construction 01 a feed mill and elevator at nartlesvllle. Work has started on the construc tion f seven brick business buildings at Kenefick. The work Is to be rushed to an early completion. Laverne. Harper county, may soon have a first-class flour mill, the mat ter of establishing one there being un der serious consideration. Sam Downs, clerk In a drug store at Blue, has been arrested on a charge of - violating the prohibition laws of the state. He is accused of selling elder Semle Wilson, a Choctaw Indian I girl 23 years of age, lost h...

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