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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

VspjuV "ry- ,t ' 'fe TtV) Vtf T f." yv .-v- i u M- 1 1 I 1 OH! MY BACK! A stubborn backache that hangs ob, week after week, la cause to uapect kidney trouble, for when the kidneys are Inflamed and swol len, bending the back brtnga a harp twinge that almoat take the breath away. It's hard to work and Just aa hard to reat or aleep. Doan'a Kidney Pills rovlre stag glsh kidneys relieve congested, aching kidneys. The proof Is ah amating- collection of backache I testimonials. AN IDAHO CASE - iKTi frum N. L. 0. Warner 1386 No. uirufia at riici ullo, Idaho. art :"lror mil I ansvred frum ktdaar trouble and M& m wa often ronAned to W. Mora tlun unco iMcdkldnaratonea M thn pain was aw fnl Morphine wa th only thing that gate rie rellrr until I i-l loan's Klitnry fills. Thla remrdf dfaaolred tho atonea and from thrn on I gradually InproTrd nnUlontlre- if caraa. ,'ivtn naarl r sSm)n Cat Doaa'a at Aa Store, GOe a Bos DOAN'S S.V.1V rOSTER.MlLBUfcNCO., Buffalo, NawYork ARCTIC 8KEPTICI8M. SEVEN ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 April 1913

l ""Jd ;i. v ,0 ' - In (lie fe:s of BARGAIN STORE fbeOUFr&gier g.i. i, i)ii ij i; -"' r f'fij t MUNiirii'Srli'li'r p i-s-g-S'a 5 i a g.g ,; ? g,s,5 -g.g.g.g-j HJ---5--$- BE WISE And "Get Next" rV t f ft ti Sit ciliaar -vut "txitur; ssa esaj curestt -vx:a Bos 3rr.c 1TI- CRttSKiZ cur IT'.Tt Z-Iit 02 it K5. Cwf-iari-; j2er luii 13) Hadhuv in --.sr uu cfisr Cwwiicr irt vt .as KiiB- vtu,2 3i?ir ia. MoDy McDonald as 'flat Psx? aiti ixut sns. ic yjvcK. 1ft jjsK imii of (BSKP TO THELrl BARGAINS rrrrtrrrrrrT----TrTrrrrrrrrrTrrrrrTn x-rrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrr rrrrr rrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrr Whbmg lo reduce mj stock of goods in Elgin, preparatory to uniting it with jkt store in Aoacae. I submit the follriwrncrfrtr nnr orQf,,lrn;j-t4 - - - ' ""--o w WV- VGU Wl Ul WIMiUCiallUUi rrrrrrrjrrrcTTrrrrrrrrrrrxijjujcajjixia; JI!Eh Aunur -.- S Bsc; pioar-. 3 taxi Smriuy... - aunt Hrnse . ,..... 4 cum Ciim 8J iiUWBC -nrtfiiaisr 3J Ssit uuGi' Cuts Hifnw; - -..- UYour PvirH-n u lniLiii If it ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

jjjfi & ?$$ V$$Zpf1t r"r s v. 'mT"' " r -7" " JTfj IJvP?l tNvjJSCT -' ,, , ;a ; rafixl w ." VA- Farmers Champion , VJ ,,-j Successor to Indiahoma Champion Vol.3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, i9l3 No. 29 T . J i v - I D. E. McAnaw umber Compan i .. Dealers in . . . All Kinds of. Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton ,1 ,44..:.4..j..4.4...:..:..j...:.4..:.4.-:'-!--:--:4": .. .. :- 4- : -: : .j. Deposits Guaranteed by the Depositors' Guaranty law - , of Oklahoma. Every citizen living closer to Elgin than any other town should feel an inter est in helping build up his home bank, when- treated right. We shall treat you right at all times, --and will appreciate your business, no matter how small. H. P. Wettdngcl, . . President. Bank of Elgin, .j. . .;. .j. .. .;. .. .j. .j. 4. .. .. :4:--:-'M'': :' J. P. KENNEMUR . . , For the Very . . . Bargains in GROCERIES AND FURNITURE UN See Kennemur First Door West of Pott office Elgin, Oklahoma a rooresswe 7.9 ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

REPBRT 01 xmuoc -ojmb jcmMre vnrs. SIRE HID OHO FIRE NELL Ila uir' Eoaaotr. . j:. . naiiuc, mir- II tMiome ar -nr. . mass ssik. tKrrVHPEi. WJmm MS& MiUS rti peek Teniae a la 3awnrt so i if IS!1 mWnmfr tm iff! m i. m 1 n sUit x. ffnr iaaflmTa bulelis are 'it 'tnat -flT 'CHsnntetc as taib'i- .TiJT X- US CEifrnjt ir aUwtaeMe JteStratlei! Jib jnr jg m-H. tt ittt Jiulrtrfcj- -oSttaiit taw sSbex EP r-itfc ytrr imsbmc iva. 1ir jcaa oaf :TstHir n-w ZSHJm feaau. 3e 6rjnt tK liutt jJiasrj trraoj- sannrsr -miT ar inucnir t Btnsie: .fan! it tr". jju tt art. prrrmt. bircf ics cnirfcjs-t lir.r. to. ifl V3ix Sb MtvmxrtitH. Jteit to rscfaA jA nv IKjrrnaia ism HWtm. K we t ixtt Sot Mi imrM tn xatm- tsttsa iuiit ua tnr' -anr bait. IStnr fttMCt Hit 'iiTgltoltf tnt imsr. tii tTun Kfiantm- -aw titfE- Tnwt 3- 3im6ttJ upot r ternoti 10 citSinzt auC irriu; -tat -zjtmtneve vC -utttait lltl. X. CD 4b Jsortinpaia- nnfi-r wn VrmjflBtint 'it Va-jenr, jnc-r v bt mm ur? -ca-ati jmt. tin ti. i t tZKtr. 7.w ir ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

X? J- TW w- - f t ' yK "f "J "!?? " .&. ,1, -t i v IP FOLEY KIDNEY FUS An Richest In Curative QuelttWa , FOR BAOKAOHR, HHXUMATI8M, KIDNEYS AND BLADDKft SPUR f ARM LANDS Ttie homeneeklng farmer uiaally pays from three to five dollars per acre in commiMiona, although he may not realise it Spur Farm Lancia are being aold direct by (he owner so from us you get every dollar of value. Splendid crops rained without irrigation We also offer splendid grating tracts suit able for stock farms and small ranch tracts one section to fifty: from f 5 per acre up. Considering the reliable production of these lands, prices are lowest in West Texas. Perfect title. Terms one-fifth down balance i, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 yean payable, however, any time. Write for free illustrated booklet. C. A. JONES, Manager, Cor S. M. SWENSON & SON, Spur, Texas What u uoimin dot.'im't know about a neighbor Ib Just what bIio wants to llnd out. C'urxlOlilHuron.Ollin-lttiinrillt-n Won't Curb Too wunl iuh no luatlt'r of...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

sw. .$ f ji:r" " - T r&zb&r cf th fun. '"artrK7 &A f. Y'i ctanot aiford to do Asrad r. iocs'. iOD vtcc 3T -fifing jlfcs crjshh'j: x I? VSK I m J Sa&JL tJ&Rtx sat rii;feSsr rrJ2L 7TJ&US3&-TZ:. ?icSsb2 Zrvr Tiiscs&? A 10 Zx5iS3aaHUt jres escr am Tjx-rt i sun; wiT iES x -uni-Mwir-r- a ,.- ssatf. - ji-tn. aaaa aft ia-Hr -tr Hi yatf tbit. enr - in:s zuwjzis. ssse -can toff set ra pr-jeSa 4 : ,. , mm! 5C uunj fbeaiat Tuiat nts t x - catercdwt ut wtrnsao crw? s aaj 3er vis. "Da jar ef si Srifimsfer j-?terfe. tsr ruin3 3a tsas vat i5F Vri. q, cars, nwa-o. - siiar.7 -airs .awe t siu-fharm- sarraosss. sroa SKrt S e Sa M--atM.--,-Kfa-tr,fertJir. in smwtm . c44H."r- Tbey had bare- Ju-bed at Atlanta " -' t -. 2?e livery 15 the largest and .JSSX.S?? - 2r?2? i . rsa . ?b yjGaS f S- wag oh -. S uy Ser- TlSafcie. iri 7 toAgof JOrtx are. XZZ fuBbt SS M-ris seso. . - . . - - - . ... ... IT11 jaii3SJES.itr Wi kJUuii. - - - 3Sd Osui ystr - XtM D xj ftfli a w ? lyrrs vfir ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

a -t . . ... flSSBW"""" --. -fi'r-w: ;Tf . , !H" ; i-' v ' ? . f " .irxrv i"- Mr , tf " I , I- f- - " V r, I' V jg&'O Mr. Farmer! Do you know that theWebber Hardware! J Co. has a shipment of Molke Listers, wteliMdJi: .. 7 big money to tee us before you buy mh. "tL 1$ 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 BOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a. m. No. 9 leaves 3:29 p. m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. m. Local News Items D. E. McAnaw went to Law ton Monday. A McPherson wa3 a county .seat visitor Saturday. Frank Brandon and Mr. Stude vant went to Lawton Monday. Ladles and gents' spring hats at Ribelin, Stone & Walker, (tf ) Prof. W. E. G. ( Humphries went to Oklahoma City Tuesday. E. Stone and family are all down sick, except the few-days-old baby girl. The best and nobiest spring 'jhoes at Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) Make arrangements to be fed and clothed by Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) T. T. Mye...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

0 B fl L TOBY J K ABM 2 I The & Sable 1 I Lcrcha g5 Eenace HaxelLise ;fl vj . j jv. rwvaim v&&2BmaBt n . r.vvmmr-0 &ys&&:z,zzl I Me erfi WmC Zjz Ao&aon tM mm ox the brmlisaar. njitrti. Ja a i eouurtlUtm. Tin- Oittluc be Belra and ier uncle c ui episode, .loo to Uracil the MssBlblUtr nf lite jauet ttpfabetic. AbiS IT tb bad Jtef gered a iilncle fltihi) to the wieaain or expediency ef ooueptlar their m pauiuahhlp uo say 3attlun of rcite t taunt have beex aiBjirfieC by the omntiwial tirS!. which theei noejiiesi jhvv oked. Our husewrarf ruyute which all a? us were asxtour ahunld dp! W e leyeC was .by way of Jsepiea Hartley, Wilt) appeared tO 1m Obi" to pc and ctnui as be jiieo-a accompanies un tht lor .and tmr iorvvMilh' It Lim. un tbe li-ck o? lb JioenJi; Albert, were urnblna with ,b Jervii' of gratitude tut -exhausted uur powers a -exire-r.iot Lve)yr. bgptd xue 1m' jtertnitted fcias biw uoa-byt bu tbeie J was forut-f it tirbv tU Hut Her careshes it in ms tt...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

'S ' ' X (. s ,'' Vr Jr ; MUSKOCEE FAIR BILL DIES CHIEF KXECUTIVE OIVE8 HE A- SONS FOR FAILURE TO APPROVE MEASURE. .- Oklahoma City. Gov. Cruco did not Ign the Muskogeo fnlr bill. An a re- Bult, tho mcaguro died a nutural doath on the stroke of 12 o'clock midnight, April 1. In permitting thin hill to die, Gov ernor Cruce declared that to him It wan far r. 3 objectionable than n similar measure pusscd by tho login lature two years ago. As tho regular session of tho legislature has gona into history nnd no longer exists legal ly, the governor wns not required to explain his veto to tho legislators now In extraordinary session. For the pur pose of explaining his attitude In every particular, however, Uovurnor Crucu prepared a lengthy message to the peoplo of Oklahoma. Here Is what ho had to say concern ing the Muskogee fair bill: "Two yours ago I vetoed a bill that had for its purpose the establishment of a state fair at Muskogee. At that tlmo I expressed my opposition to the bill to b...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 April 1913

$' Rnnembsrfl We're Opposed to Are Yoi k Armrf TLS every aJW & I acrfer kelp & tii WC NEED THB MONEY Mail Order Concern frH7Wy Became 7W W "? C9R-&WS Ml As lulliiUSf "tut BUffltt W WM rtf I: Five Good Papers a m Emrf eve j.j"i Vt es- nam. Hm tamimuBiT c amrS laa xn tur '"f9 - 51 IdOITNOWksU HI I ! II i i u it Ml pans sat b tit in: hat, tad Hut ir.ijr. u! Tiiattr it ( otaea. Tn iAb! liimikt tr a m yAK!t fmoi t cbr-yuft. Lnca pna unal'T -tmc-T it b $ss of J"t TWef&re J4B yxnr tflcrarmi Airerte! vt wed s te rI pit. m i &r tyyunuusa nfccmd. At StjKmf tc Cub J;s viE a7 voir ni'iigg nm haniredi of irann it ta tsi auaer. k fin tare: mam e! k&ag juur p-rajw: ton eeuc A (ae tiar vc 1 eas must.. Ccat it fed w a iir i. I fYour Printing If it is worth doing at all, it' worth do ing well. D First class work at all times is our motto. D Let us figure with you on your next job. Do YOU Know About OUR Prices We are anxious to have you fkidout about them They will latemt you w...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

,SSB t'$ r 4 V. c " ! f ti mm " .. V li VW "' 1 Farmers ' Champion f-. '- "N , rv.il ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17. Itl3 N.2t ;" fv )! . .' s D. E. McAriaw Lumber "VT 1 Compan Dealers in. . . AD Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cottony Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a ton .! !! ! M t919l9 9.l HIU UltUHHtlM itt f Deposits Guaranteed by tha Depositors' 'Guaranty law of OklaheM. Every dtiara , Jiving ckaer to Elgin than any other town should feel an inter est in helping: build up his home bank; when treated right. We shall treat you right at all times, and will appreciate your business, no matter how small. H. P. Wettengkl, President Bank of Elgia, J- P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very . . . Bargains in GROCERIES AND FURNITURE m SeeKennearor First Dawr Wast f Peeteffica Elfin. Oklahoma amwamesamHwy 1 Xroyresswe farming ( J Tkk Pspai sweat is dmttal to tkeae matkoda that I are ea wdsrfMy rawafeUoauzimg Agricukwa DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF PEANUTS aPaaimmBBaBBaBBaBBaBBaBBaBBaBBaBBa aAA. aLaK S...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

IWaMWK" w. .& "W Ifr 41 f 1 1 4 I ill Li J a It m Farmer's Champion ELGIN. J. 8. SOULE, PuMiahar OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES KMNr NEW LAWS FORCE jiMiiitiiHi;;::! !;? mm i a i a 1 1 m m n 1 1 h 1 1 1 APPROPRIATIONS OF THE SESSION. ' NOW IN Tfce Fittsbsrs; Coaaty Fannerr la titst toet lat Tt in Htrtiiare. Tbe aew Frtisiyteriaa ciarei U Atoka Is rapidly aeartat corapKioa. Fre city taail deirrery wffl I ia auirBarated at Edsaaad ca Apr8 II- New ace&cry bas bea laytaSec ia th blgi neiasl auaJicrrcTa at Paaea CltT. f. X. Sauss in brgia t erectiaa of a brick bafliia tc Utia ftrt: 1 Erfanls la tie aaar tatcus. ror tie fin tine vhira tie put tire years, every baQiiar. aracnc tie ;turc- at EaJS Is occapnfi. FOURTH LEGISLATURE TURKS OUT A SIC GRIST O LEGIS LATION ON ALL 5.USJECT5 vi. A e- & APPSDPAIATmiS T0TAI S540.103 ' J Sutt Catxtal uestlbTi Settled Far- 4. r by Acaeetancri. t-f tt OUa- t n TTvo- tie- X. f -?- Altboacs tie rrealar MsMasra of tbe Fentrti Li-?jFaKar f Otlabriraa ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

yt isr u '-u J i is' ) e ijrf" 'K,-' 1 f .-O -V ,0 At CI r fV' SUN SKIN FLOOD DISTRICT RIVER 18 FALLING AT MEMPHIS AND SITUATION IS , RELIEVED. " LEVEE BREAK RELIEVES PRESSURE Refugees From Flooded Territory In Care of Government. One Town le Under Water. Memphis, Tenn. Optimism marks the expressions of thosu In chargo of tho battle to hold the levees in tho cen tral section of tho Mississippi valley against tho mighty Hood-swollen rlvor. Conditions, whllo still gravo, aro gen erally more hopeful. Two gaps In tho lovco near Wilson, Ark., aro serving as outlets for a great volume of water, relieving tho strain on thu embank ment south of that point, nml sun shine has Its effect both on tho dikes and tho spirits of tho flood lighters. North of Wilson nt Osceola, Luxora and Darflcld, tho situation still is crit ical, although not so despernte. South of Memphis preparations are being made for a hard tight near Helena and tho levee Just north of Deulah, Miss, crevasse of Inst February ha...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

& 4".' ,? -I FanMfS J. S. SotttJt, Editor and Publisher rXEE-FXiUlLlW-PROGIUBMIVC Published Every Thursday Bern, April 17 I weather. tky 414 not diabaad their arganltatioa, rat are out anr the market far aeM aon aad are as vigilant as ever , It J not to fce ea petted that Gemanehe county farm- i era and ta Lav-ton bsaleaw wen, I even with th ralroadf htlplng them, taa build up the organltatlon the Cltru porl aave, tat ta build up an orgaaltatfe t aay value take time Special dubbing Offer The Farmers' Champion, the Garden and Farm News and the Southern ltoralist, all three on year for $1.00 the price of one. The Farmers' Champion is your local, borne paper, and. it and rtQuirea that the parties to the should be in every home within organisation a eternally at It-'-.. m;u. . n:., M t,a Entered a eecond-clau mat" .N"tMaK bu' (erm, 1n"e ,i paper will or can take its place. avnterea aecona-ac iuai -,-, apaiaBo41e. action. It it tne , L, . , t ter. December 3rd, 1912. at the Nsmat dTO...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

' " "i; V5' ' V ?! 'W;k'v ""S... . . gTlCr 1 vt V-f' "V!L,'jr.J, 'h ' t.rSi'Av. 3. -j.'v rn? v V' v: . . . , . . . . - , v Mr. Farmerl Do you know that the Webber Hardware Co. has a shipment of Moline Listers. Waafg 7 big money to in u for you buy t . Railroad Tun Tabl Dan s EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:88 a.m. No. 10 leaves . , 12:16 p. m. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m WEST BOUND No. 416 leaves 9:28 a. m. No. 0 leaves 3:29 p. in. No. 407 leaves 9:16 p. m. AMMMMMAM Local Newt Items T. Ryan was a Law ton visitor Tuesday. D. E. McAnaw was in Lawton Three of thn heat. finntv f!nm. missioners in Oklahoma, Weaver, uavis and Hall, came up from Lawton Wednesday and went out southeast to inspect a couple bridges that need repairing. The Champion office is now more comfortably located just across the street, in the Galispie property. Tiie moving of the printing plant causes the paper to be one day late this week. on business Wednesday. Rev. Brill, of Oklahoma City, will speak in the Methodist chur...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

&-" tJ 4 " & ffir i'w Jf,l 11 li w i W ' H. r Molly IDONAID fr. X VOL Of TM BOJtUWk. CaBBBBBBBBBMBBBTLTa-- a p lMBri i CH.PTEH X. -3" nmaa, and 4b uluir UalnUab aC B 4 kmC bnpt falm Ignorant At fine b j An "Unpleasant E'tuntlon " ennrinned tba: U was n-aeraiy a When, late in May -KCE UnJor locm dlJKnrbana nn would aa at J Daniel AieDonalfi. Sixth Infantry, was ' nuuncnly us begun Than, wben firm aiinJgnod to taimmuuQ the ttew ' reulitntlnu finally cemv U Tra ul threc cnmucuT -nnnt wrtaiilmlmc Btwib . runny two late to Ktnr the ctri Ha e company ;pmn e"tahlBhe Bnuib went t til Port Dodgf. newgnufl to jm- id tbo Jirwl;- diBcuvtriifl Clauirmn trull Jtiudliii; lo Sunit TV ucmw ttn fluaart, unfi, jiuriy by cauncc' o! IjcIuUj icnuofl Jni Iwvoru br nm onJj- couBldnrnO It jm-lBSiJf nclf tn irrtto lUi. only fiauphior oo Join blm ' tbur Jor ier nuninmr rucntlon JI flwtfi. til Ihut tlrnu, lbar wui- uj pumnUy no nOlfi nauiac vby bt r.titmlfl flocjr "httiimiif tblF jjlunBurii Esonjit tar...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

lwr, . "T l't f n C r?.Z, -. i--: -t.-vtsm ofil - p' V & r . ' ? ' WAKE EASY JOB Oh MOVING Much Depends on Proper Preparation Made Before the Actual Day of Departure. When you havo weeded out your" collection of clothes, bric-a-brac and all your odds nnd ends, pack what you have decided to keep and got the other things out of tho way as quickly as possible To pack pictures, large boxes and plenty of excelsior and paper are necessary. These may bo packed oarl In tho gnmo. as they aro not neces sary to tho running of tho household liarrels aro bcBt In packing dishes and china or piaster bric-a-brac. It will bo found much easier to un pack If a list Is mado of tho articles In each box or barrel, Thcso enn bo numbered In black paint and tho HstH mado accordingly. When you start to unpack you havo only to consult your lists to see what each box holds For Instance, If a box with tho big black figure, C stares you In tho faco you can look up list number G and find that tho parlor pictu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 April 1913

'fi"W J" "-t i. 3 ffiil '). Remember 11 ? You ii Arrtart wWjHmiT Ynw Tkat erary iieJ nb- fj eraWitomkety ptaer Wtnr far fr7 WJ NEED THE MONEY Good Papers aa ' !f i. I Are I WE nnr 'P :? tt I H ; 'I- 4 ' '! ' .' tffc iff B Mail Order Concent i "Umej II Because dZZlf-""" II Ess.n r 1VP U-cW- it? v to mm tmy cm ma II foam urn W rik , II IifcuMIMiykiKTMfeA II sd Aa yAtty U B TU Mtanl Iw ti fc . ty tnmtM amcMML Lactl arias St i- Tlwrrftre L Afartiie! ' -f TkUifaUiipn. Afi f I M and d jM mi nr. i AaiJuHjiiiljifciipytf JB I ii i Vn W m tot. J m . Com -TT Ml . tbeM k I M IfirvaJ11 P? Or 3I 1 UU1 Printing , . j If it it worth doing at all, it's worth do- sjj ing well. D Fntclasswork i MMIIMB " "", at all time is f.j-fTIll ocr motto, TO5t3 1 KSsM Let us figure aaaeaVelaClxB NN0 a11 4 .BBLBLBBBLLLBBaaHLfl7eaaaSBBLv 1UL arc ye M I Know "" L-7 -J I MOW tke-xta-jB Tl If T , MOHV VUil IKJWH J MaBMMMM V sf McDonald I prifttfaf IT 'kBbH ' " Randall IbmV. . ramib zmf MfJJW f JBM I WOK Ml BWTfW Tff it...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

' r"7r&t Vjt-, ?Tr "j O V '1 "1. a Farmers' Champion Successor to Indiahoma Champion pL- Vol.3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913 No. 27 ijy a D. E. McAnaw Lumber "VT Compan Dealers in . . . AH Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton ,HMHH!.HJ.. r 'h ! ! 4 4 t ? ' ! -5- ? -M- ! !-- 4. .;..;. Yes, We Have Them! Blank warranty deeds, -quitr''. claim deeds, real estate mort gages, chattel mortgages, real estate and chattel releases, con tracts for sale of real estate, property leases, oil leases, bill of sale, assignment of mortgage, mechanic's lien, and many other legal blanks. H. P. Wettengel, President. Bank of Elgin, ? A A A A J A A A A A A A A A A A ! ! ! I T ? .;. .. .;. 4. .j. .. .5. .- 4. .M4'Kr' J. P. KENNEMU . . . For the Very . . . Bargains in a i 1 GROCERIES AND FURNITURE EH See Kennemur First Door West of Post office Elgin. Oklahoma 0 roqressioe farminq MWWMWAWWVSMMWMWMO This Department is devoted to those methods that are so wo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

'h A H- m iii BM-I K J B i I tih h Molly McDonald A TALI Or HE FRONTIER aNixuj.lkrajsii fly Lady oA ciyw sBDbIbV. ATHHvw RirrV! WCBi Doubt: My Lady i YN0P3IS. Major McDonald, commending an irmr post nr Kort Dodcr. tkt a man to Intercept hli daughter iloilr who la headed for the poet. An Indian outbreak I threatened. CHAPTER II Continued. "No! Oh. of course not Nothing that goes on out here ever drifts east of the Missouri Lord! We might at veil be se.-Tlng a foreign country. Well, listen: I was at Washita then, and bad the story first hand Dugan as a lieutenant In 'D' Troop, out with his first In... pendent command scouting along the Canadian, tie knew as much about Indians as a cow does of mus' One mrrnlng the young Idiot lett camp Mth only one trooper along Hamlin here and he was a 'rookie,' to follow up what look d like a fresh trail Two hours later thay rode slap Into a war party, and the fracas was ou Dugan got a ball through the body at the first fire that paralyzed him Ho was...

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