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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

fjj-jgf o-i-Cj.-. -' T'" -v fyif y . " ' ' '' - i"m,t"r '6 r 4m I " . r SI i J 4 1 ICED PONTIFF IS IMPROVING FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER8 OF PHYSICIAN8 STILL CAUSES UNEASINE88. CONDITION STILL VERY SERIOUS Feeling Grows That He May Be Able to Survive Attack Still Danger of a Third Attack. Rome. Medical skill and strong vi tality havo combined tn King about a mora hopeful change In tho condi tion of I'opo Plus. Official bulletins Issued havo relieved present anxiety, but there are somo who arc skeptical and fear a third rolapso owing to tho general weakness of tho pontiff and becauso ho Is Inclined to disobey physicians' orders. Tho popo declared that he felt hit ter than at any tinio sinco Ills first rclnpbo. Thu sun pouring Into tho chamber Impelled him to leavo Ids bed, which he. did wlthbut assistance. As is his custom on such occasions, the pope ordered his attendants out of tho room and they reluctantly obeyed but watched unobserved through tho half open door, fearing an accldunt. Ca...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

ff m VM mt Farmers' ChamDionl00 prm vu- "BU: 'i -mr - -. on rdlfliCH iiuiipivicut to 525, pr Honca. ,ncfcX . . jf . comas. Aid tepe SL3k bus that sfrV mm - saca-woc th uu liberal reui rs air i:usum.v. ue iwh. fc tiai ...s-ft r r, t t r t--fr-fr-u--M""tM-K---t. J. S. SOCLE. EtS.Cura.n-: r'ahusher Bubffsh-Hi Ewn Ti-tay ''j. Elgm. Apr3 S4 For ' st jear our Mr. Wa lev ae nut keen iE9?d to du miata mi th way of rvpmrag: piioos r b5v Te bat? teen a Sew dotes when, ! tfcoujpk we were 'apatrak it iere. d e. The swi .-fceard jre s that "Central" o i do aurinnirwith Ml I iwud sat art Mr Wjirfy to i .t: s I i ed th M rrcrtr as Li ,am to 3e if I o)-id get a man there, has WMtid io- Bjw er. he tW a-& thai I 3iie set jo r ChJrfaishM. So I n led ui Chickaau. and ncd th Inaatfcr these fer a an. Fin ally he prorated to ed a man on that afrta Strain, privtrirng: h vthjW wurk oc k during' tne aqr ; 9 b to- lac boa twcK c .e raorninit aaa Unexpectedly. ' he had to sand to I t maa wtfi. and our &...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

w: Vvr Wanted! 1 0 F & gr5"3 &?OiMi iA To buy Riding Cultivators, from $25 to $30. One-row Sleds, $10 to $12. Also two-row Monitors at very low figuers. We have the Goods and the Prices are Right We guarantee every machine to give entire satisfaction or no sale. What more could you ask? We want your trade. F & A2 r SJ fii k iwi 4fTV 1 Kg) &m m m & rnrrn &?& W ' X E, Weber Hardware Company Railroad Time Table M EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves 12:10 p. m. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WEST HOUND No. 415 leaves. No. 9 leaves. No. 407 leaves. , . . 0:23 a. m. .. 3:29 p. m. .. 9:15 p. in. .j..:.4..:.c..:..:..;..:..:..:.:"::'j" Local News Items 4. : T. Ryan is a Law ton visitor today. Hall Harney ami sijtcr, Stella, are in Lawton today. ESI3E32ES22EE$1EX Mrs. T. 0. Miller returned home from Alius Sunday, where alio luul been visiting with rela tives and friends. Our examination of the fruit trees convinces us that there will be a fair crop of pea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

-. T a .-. r6 1 $ Farmer's Champion J. 8. 80ULE, Publisher ELGIN, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Boclety matrons of I.uthor, Okla., have organized a "Llngor Long Card Club." A pipe line route In IicIiir eurvoyod from the Electra Oil field In Texas to the Cuthtng, Okliu, Held. Fire of unknown orlfiin destroyed several business houses unil cuntentc tu Geary, entailing Iuhsos estlmatod at 19,600. 1'nula Valley will vote on n bond la sue of $16,000 with which to make some neoded Improvements on the Lee school. Tho window framos have beon sot up and bricks are being Inld In tho couatruotlon of the Catholic unlvcr elty nt Shawnee. A Chlneao baseball tonm from tho Chinese iiulvcrBlty of Honolulu twice defeated tho Alva normal school ball team In two guinea played. Tho Hugo HuBonliui thinks tho Jury there was "clnchy" bocnuso It grant ed no awards of more than $1,000 out of all the cases It tried. At a salo of thoroughbred cattle, In Watonga county, $6,000 worth of stock was sold, one head nt...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

i f j- v ' -c-wr Ptjf WFTTv; ,6 -M"'-;""., a , J ". REALLY A SOUND INVESTMENT Sanatorium Where the Tuberculosis May Cured Is Worth Much to Any State or City, Dr. H. L. Barnes, superintendent of the Rhode Island Stuto sanatorium, has recently demonstrated by some In teresting studies of ptiMenta discharg ed as "apparently cured" from that In stitution, that a sanatorium Is a sound Investment for any state or city. The gross earnings of 170 ex-patlents ob tained In 1911 amounted to $102,752, and those of 211 csbos In 1912 to $112, 021. By applying the same average earning to all cx-patlents of the sana torium living In 1911 and 1912, Dr. Barnes oonoludes that their lncomo in these two years vub $551,000. This sum 1b more than three times the cr.'t of maintenance of the sanatorium In cluding Interest at 4 per cent, on tho original Investment and depreciation charges. Dr. Hnrnos concludes, how ever, "While Institutions for the cure of tuberculosis are good Investments, there is good rea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 April 1913

Ff 1 "- tra?, h'' i.i l WM Ofi2JSafi3a4aA,!7fc-3it- vtJLAB!W C&aSL2SSJStifc 11' "71 Remember 11 " We're Opposed to IAre You in Arrears p-n year ubtcHeloa T. Yen tut WE NEED THE MONEY DO IT NOW Satwerife lor THIS PAPER I That ererjr added tub- I m (criber kelp to make thU M Mail Order Concerns piper better f or tierjho&jjf Because They have nvet contributed ccai to furtherief the Interna XP fUI V CJIJW-'iaWW ive Good Papers law tot Evarjr cert teceind by thee item thi community it dared Iom lo em aaerehanJa la almott erety mm their price can be net riM her, without deity in teceinog good and tha potability oi maUie a m bUi& ardeti. F Jl M I Mi I 'til IN But Tha natural human trait U to buy where good art cheapett. Local pride ia uiually tecond ary ia the game ol life at played today. Therefore Mr. Merchant and Buiioeat Man, meat your competitor with their owa weapon edrtTBaing, Advertise! The local field ii your. All you need do it to avail your. U of the oppottunitiet ot...

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

""jV-ri VS f ft i fc i Farmers' $ ion Successor to Indiahoma Champion Vol.3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913 No. 2fc$ 'J, V k t- r" " t c 17 D. E. McAnaw I umber Comp&e Dealers in . . . All Kinds of B u i 1 d I n Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a ESaGgamTOlUHSSiaSSgaiSra I rni I roqresslue J This Department is devoted to those methods that are so wonderfully revolutionizing Agriculture iELECTII M CORN FDR MANY STRAINS ARC YIELDING ONLY 16 TO 25 BUSHELS TO THE ACRE EASY TO GET 40 TO 80 BUSHELS Heads with Short Seed Stems Give the Best Yield Cottrcll Points Out Important Things to Remember (Dy H. M. Cottrcll. Ailctiltuml Com mlsr.loner, Hock Islnnd Linen.) Koine strains of kaflr yield 15 to (5 bushels mi acre tinder Rood condl tiout:; other strains under like coudi tlons yield 40 to 80 bushels ait aero. Tho low yielding strains have heads xery dlffcicnt from tho heads of the high yielding strains. Ily careful iiolecllon of head and stdlk tho aver nun glower of kaflr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

"J. f Vli Farmer's Champion J. 8. SOULE, Publisher ELGIN, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Ground In being broken for a three story MaRonlc Temple nt Iilnbol. Stillwater, Cherokeo nml Norman nre among Oklahoma towns tlint liavo votcrl out poolhnllH. Ryan, Okla. Is to Imvo n bund. I'rof. Ward, Into of tho U. S. navy, linn been secured ns director. Among other nssets owned by tho McCurtnlu Btatn bank Is tho local electric Unlit plant. Whllo drilling for oil In Pawnco county, a twenty-foot vein of coal wan struck by th,o drillers. A vast ncrcngu of wheat has been sown between Allno and Cherokee, uc cording to tho AllneChronoRcopc. So many Outlirlo cltlrons nttonded tho Crescent "opening celebration" that no ono was loft In town to blow the whlstlo that dny. Hobbers Wow tho pnstnfflro Rafo nt Onrber recently, obtaining a few dol lars In chango and leaving a pnekngo of stamps untouched. Lightning recently killed four horBcs for Mr. David, who lives north of El Reno. Mr. David was plowing wit...

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

' HaW" STATE SCHOOLS UP TO VOTERS ALLEGED GOVERNOR'S ULTIMA. TUM ON APPROPRIATIONS IS THE CAU8E OF ACTION. ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 1914 University of Oklahoma and A. oV M. College at Stillwater Only Schools Excepted From Referendum Proposition. Tho Hond substitute line been ptiBsed nally by the hoiiHei tho Until votu bo lug 05 to iy. Thu r'tiitult of this action by thu house whuu thu senate con curs wilt bo to HUbmlt to u vote of tho people at tho gouorul election In 1UM thu question of abolishment of any or all statu educational Institu tions, except thu university at Nor man and thu agricultural college at Stillwater. Hy two votes the bourns of rupru eiitutlves went on record us favoring the elimination of tho sta'o university and the Stillwater Agricultural college from a school abolishment plan, and of submitting the abolishment Issue to the general Instead of the special elec tion. Following debute In which the leg islator's duty to submit school abol ishment to a vote of the pe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

Farmers' Champion J. S. SOULE. Editor and Publisher FltEE FEARLESS PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, May 1 chinery running; ag the world needs it for clothing. But it may be asked how are the fsrmers to hold cotton? Simply by the help of the business men of the South, who must head any financial scheme that will be of suf- Entered as second-clas3 mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. " SUBSCRIPTION One year 1 1 .00 Six months.... 50c No subscription taken (or less than tix mouths. Your Kiibtcrlptlon lias exlied or Kill expire with this ifcBU" II there Is a ciomi (X nix the margin oppoiiite ttilt ootlcc. ADVERTISING RATES: I)Uilay ads, 12 1-Zcents pei inch for each Ifibeitlon. DImcoudIb R.eu on laiKe ads. All advertising mutter run until paid and ordered out Fifteen CcnU Cotton Last week we promised to have more to say in this week's issue regarding the Southern States Cotton Corporation and ; ficient magnitude ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

r - , "r ?v . o- A Mr. Farmer! Remember that the Place to Buy Your Far M ImplemntS Is at the Weber Hardware P. S.- --WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM Bi Railroad Time Table Damn JWpkl. EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves 12:16 p. m. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WKST BOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a. in. 9 leaves 3:29 p. ni. . . . 9:15 p. m. Mrs. Chas. Minerman, of Wethington Springs, North Da kota, who has been here visiting with her father, C. V. May, for some time, and Mrs. F. B. Nead Iham, of Sulphur Oklahoma, sister-in-law of Mr. May's, who has also been visiting here for several days, left for their re spective homes Monday noon. No. No. 407 leaves Local News Items .. :::!":!: L. C. Coffin is a Lawton visi tor today. Messrs. J. 0. Kennemur and H. H. Hagle were Lawton visi tors Wednesday. The best and nobiest spring shoes at Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) Make arrangements to be fed and clothed by Ribeline, Stone & Walker. (24-tf) Highest market price paid for country pro...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

WHAMarjSgjgfcjiy ' i P t. . i Molly McDonald A LUX cof - 8YN0PSIS. Major McDonald, L-otiirnnmllnir nn imny float ticnr Koit UiiiIci-, Hoi'ltH u man to nn-rci-pt liln tliiUKliU-r, Molly, who In lii'iiilfil for I lie post An Indian outbreak l threatened. "Ilrlrk" llanilln. n kit Kcnnt who IiiiiI iiml arrived with ini-i-apes to McDoniiiil, volunteer for the inlxHlon iiml Marts nlone .Molly arrives nt Fort Hlulcy two iIiivh ulioml of boIiiJ ula. CHAPTER III. Continued. "Clood Lord, inl&H," ho exclaimed swiftly. "Do yor menu to Hay yo'ro goln' to inaku that trip nlonu?" "Oh, not to Snntu Ko; only tin far as tho Btngo Btntlon nt tho Arknimnn crossing," bIio exclaimed hnBtlly. "I ntn going to Join my father; ho lie commundH a post on tho Cimarron Major McDonald." "Well, I'll h dnrnncd." Bald tho man Blowly, so surprised thai ho for got himself. "IlalmH In tho wilderness; what, In Heaven's nnnic, over Induced yer dnd to lot yer comu on hucIi a fool trip? iHn't thnr no ono to moot yor he...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

. J - - "-f iv,. . , j" " ' V r Hi LIS LOST IN MINE EXPLOSION THRILLING ESCAPES MADE BY MANY WORKMEN FROM THE BURNING 8HAFTS. NONE IN MINE ARE STILL ALIVE Rescue Parties Make Slow Progress On Account of the Fumes and Gates Left From the Explosion. Pittsburgh. Thlrty-nve bmllcB of miners, victims of tho cjcploslon In tho Clnclnnntl mlno of tho Motionn hcla Conl and Coko company at Fin Icyvlllo Imvc boon lomovcd from tho workings. Many other bodies liuvo been found, but bo far it has been Impossible to romoo them because of wreckage. Ilesctiprs hnvo not been nblo to ponctrnto many of tho work ings because of fumcB nnd Bases. Thnt 190 men composed tho day shift limtead of 17!) as at first staled, was announced by tho Pittsburgh Coal company. Tho Monongahcl.i Is n sub sidiary of tho Pittsburgh company. This announcement also stated that 75 minors escaped after tho blast. Ac cording to theso figures 80 men hao not been accounted for, and ns trained mlno rescue men said that probably ever...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 May 1913

J '' 'ftfljlgi rf wyv" i. ,,,... i y Kwiaessfsscasx; G. W. TEMPLE Sale Closing Out Quit Business Beginning Saturday, May 3 IKS5BHEiS5SSK3J5nS23 T AST As I have decided to chandise to Apache, I in order to save the e my entire stock of mer- will offer goods at Flat Cost. them expense or moving J F ew rnce ' . -k$- Groceries Sugar per sack $4.75 Flour per hundred 2.20 Corn standard -pr dz 75 Tomatoes Boll Isle pr dz 1.15 Kraut " " prdz 85 Hominy " " pr dz S5 Peas Louis per dz 1.20 String bean prdz 1.20 K. C. Baking Powder pr dz ... 1.80 New State mince meat pr dz. . . . 70 Lewis coffee, $1.00 can 85 Lewis coffee, 30c can 25 Rolled oats 7 51b pks 1.00 Quaker corn Hake pr dz 75 Soap crystal white prbox... 3.80 Soap - Silk or Lenox pr box . . . 3.00 Shoes All up-to-date and at Cost $4.00 shoes . . . $3.00 3.50 shoes 2.60 3.00 shoes 2.25 2.50 shoes 2.00 2.00 shoes ' 1.50 Cheaper shoes in proportion All shoes slightly out of style will bo sold at half price during this sale. Ready-made Sui...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

"fwtytwtn !" "n?,i v'TSelBE' nrv'-i' v-r m$f- ; '7p' '''fcTf,,p-Vk v a -u .'. " i ,j 41 Farmersj Champion VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913 NO. 29 a ul MONTENEGRO THREATENED AUSTRIA STILL ANXIOUS TO MIX IN THE TURCOBALKAN DIFFICULTY. ORDER TO EVACUATE SCUTARI Olhtr Powers Holding Back Austria Seeka Help of Italy. Movementa of Eaead Paaha Still a Myatery. London. The British foreign of flee still has no nowB that Austria 'la actually taking separata action ngalmf Montenegro. It la understood Austria ia waiting the result of another am baasadorlal conference and employing the Interval In an endeavor to induco Italy to Join her In military action. Meetings of the ambassadors In Lon don havo shown conclusively that a majority of the powers nro not pre pared to adopt war-like measures against Montenegro. It Ib thus practi cally certain that within a few days, whether Italy consents or not, Austria will dispatch an ultimatum to Ccttlnjo demanding the lmmedlato cxacua"tlen o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

f 'i Farmer's Champion J. 8. SOULE, Publisher ELGIN. OKLAHOMA OXUHOMA NEWS NOTES Vlnita had a track moot last Satur day. Okmulgee- It to hare a handsome theater. May day exercise were held by pub lic schools throuchout the Stale ibis week. Exchanges are corataeaclag to re- port the death of bos. from ratine cocklcbu.f. Dryan county has orranlsed a horse show association wjta tweaty-slx rice presidents. Eighty-two bulkliDC perwlts hav been Issued la Tulsa daring the atonic Just closing. A (pot Are miles north of the ctty has been chosen by Enid (or the first prospect oil wcIL Marshall and Bryan County Medical Association h-jld a Joint meeting May 6 at Ay les worth. In its first report to Judge Hatcbett. the Creek county grand Jury retnraed thirteen Indictment. Many a heart was broke la Broke Bow last weok when sore thai St.1 worth of fine liquors were emptied lato the cutter. . Ed. Munz of Lawtos was fined $1.M and sentenced to prison for two years for whipping with a bUeksaake whip ...

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

??-' ' r' - r iV A ..' A-'- ," -" sV '1 7 -s fD PAINFUL, TRYING TIMES Housework to hard enough for a healthy worn an. The wife who has a bad back, who Is weak or tired all the time, finds her duties a heavy burden. Thousands of nervous, d I s couraged, sick ly women havo traced their 'EvtryVlclurtTtlts troubles to SICK " Kidneys nave found quick and thorough relief through using Doan's Ktdnoy Pills. The painful, trying times of woman's life are much caster to bear if 'the kidneys nro well. .. a.Callfarala Caae Mn. I Waftb. IMV Tenth Ate, Ban Prancliro, Oal., aaye: '! had inch tharp, IiihiUds pain through niy kldneyMtacemrdthata hnlfewero being tbruat Into nw. Mr hack wait ao lauin 1 could hardly Mixip I man' Klitnr; II 11a cored ran afterductorafallod.l have bad notruublealnco." Get Dwaa'a al Aa iter. 60 Bos DOAN'SViVlV FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. J9U9 aBwSUsTa.a2'H( Tt jf yfA i The Kind. "On what piano are hlB Ideals?" "I think thoy nro on ncroplancs." ?arMf)ldHorMOthrHeined...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

Ml- . si h , j 9 Farmers' Champion J. S. SoULB, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Elfin, May 8 that the other fellows may , either "fall in line" or be com- pelled to "hold their peace." Men who can draw such com- FREE-fearless-it.Ogressive plimentary articles from strong partisan papers of opposite faith iare noted exceptions. I You will observe that the only criticism the editor of the News Entered as second-clas3 mat- and Star can make is that State .. nninmluiv "r,l 101 O of thp . . '" ui.i.hiiw. ui '" Senator .1. Klmpr 1 nomas isai 15 Cent Cotton The Southern States Cotton Cor poration is contracting Cotton at 15 cents. See their representa tive. H. P. Wettengel, at Bank of Elgin. (2S-tf ) wtsw Dr. H. Jacobi DENTIST Fletcher, - - Oklahoma X .i: postoffice at Elgin. Oklahoma. " - " -- uffice: matcher hotel under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. Democrat. You will also notice , u'ill be absent pvw 3rd Pridav that he manfully acknowledges afternoon and Saturdays of thej $1....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

", V" -"WW '.-," a " M! 't ti 'f Mr. Farmer! Remember that the Place to Buy Your i !n"nT7'- FarM Implem n t S Is at the Weber Hardware 1 n '1,1 . - & .' P. S.---WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM Railroad Time Table EAST HOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves. .... . .12:1(5 p. ni. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. in. WEST BOUND No. 415 leaves 0:23 a. m. No. 0 leaves 3:29 p. in. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. , m. r Local News Items . . ...4..:..!.4 : T. Ryan went to Lawton Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Rankin went to Lawton Monday. Geo. Walker went down to Lawton Tuesday. Mrs R. C. Choens went to Lawton Wednesday. Joe Wiggins and family have moved back to Elgin. " Geo. Walkerand Jim Croflford went to Fletcher Wednesday. E. McPherson, formerly of the Bank of Elgin, was a Lawton visitor Monday. G. B. Stackhousohas put down a brick sidewalk in front of his new barber shop. Ryand and Walcott shipped a car load of hogs to Oklahoma City Thursday last. Mrs. W. E. G. Humphries and daughter, Miss Vera, returned from...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

u, 1 wl;v "3T mmmmmmmmwmmmmmmk l MOIIY WPDONMD a vox SVNOPBIS. Major McDonald, conunnndlnit an nnny boat neur Fort Dodgn, defkn a mnn to Inlercupt hla ilnitKlitur, Molly, who la headed for thu pout. Ah Iiulliin otithronk la thrantcnad. "Ilrlck" llainlln. n nrr Keant who hurt lust nrrlvml with mea a to McDonald, voluntnrrn for tho tnfiialon nnd Marts iilunu. Molly arrives nt Fort ltlley two dnya ahviul nf sched ule. Mm di'ddra to pimh on to Fort Dodgo by ulago In coinpnny with "Hutlor Illlr Moylmi. (JoniRliH, it Rnmhlur, la alao a pnaavnger, lliunlln niotH tho atnica with alnrlca of dvprrdntlona committed by tho Indiana. It la dccldud to return to IllpU-y. Tho driver dt stria tho atiiK" when Indiana nppoar. CHAPTER V. The Defense of the Stage. Thoro woro tlinos whon Hamlin's mental procosaoa Boomed hIow, nlmost sluggish, but this wns nuvor truo in momonta of emergency nnd porll. then ho became swift, Impetuous, comlngly bar no forward by nomo In iptrlriR Instinct. It was for such ox ...

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