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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 8 May 1913

f JT- f ' -"5 Vtol Ewv ; s .-' i ECONOMY IN POTATO OMELET AWtllng Dlih the Exclutlva Rcclpt f a Cltvsr Little French Cook Ragout of Veal. ' Tho economy of the potato omelet la ono of tho devices for money-saving, housekeeping shown In "A Little French Cook; Her Mothode and Heclpcs." published In Harpor'a Basar. For days when company must bo espe cially regarded, nhe mado a potato omelet, which reconciled you to the conditions. She mashed ten small cold potatoes. Slio then fried brown In butter two shopped clboulcs (which are shallots, but any small, delicate onion would do), with a' piece of chopped parsley, and ndded tho pota toes. Sho then beat together well four eggs, and added them lightly to the potatoes. Of this mixture sho nmdo an omelet In tho usual way; and when done put It on a dish nn nt It In tho oven n few minutes to tlso. Thcro Ib no moro economical rileh for n well-fed family than n good ragout Cecllo's ragout of veal nn varrnln, as sho callod It was as sa vory and no...

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

h , " f i MBMsaBMBBBBBBBBBBMBSBMSiBWBBBBaBBBBBBBiii a I! rl I. : . BACK YARD FARMER Intcrettfno, Pointers on Garden ing for the City Man or Suburbanite. WHAT TO FLANT AND WHEN Advice by an Espert on Agricultural Mattara Window Boxee and Hang- Ing Bsekete Eradicating Waada Beautifying the Vard. y PROP. JOHN WILLARD BOLTE. A comparatively small number of tho peoplo In our largo cities havn thn ground avallabln for a vegetable gnrdon. A much larger number have some little plot that will ralso flow era, but thn flat dwells baa nothing of the kind. Thla doea not Indlcato that flat dwellnra may not have flowora In aummer, however, ai they can alwaya havo thorn In window boxca and fre quently In porch boxen and hanging baskets. Flowers of many klnda and hues will grow to fullest perfection In boxes of varloua klnda and all they need la sunshine and a little careful attention. They constitute tho chief Joy of tho aummer aeaiion and no one ahould bo without thorn from May until front time. A...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

: '--&. fW - .' y ' C "m Farmers' Champion VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THPIiSDAY, MAY 15, 10 18 NO. HO News Notes Epitome of the Most Important Happenings & at Home and Abroad FOREIGN. A now princess wob milled to the royal household of Greece Sunday. El Paso. Parral, a rich mining cen ter of Southern Chlhtiahua, la In tho lumilB of cnnstltu lOnr.HstB, tho federal garrison of 1,500 having pvacnatcd. A messago from ThgrBhnven, Karoo IhI.'uhIs, annoiinccR tho success of ICnud HnHtmiRiien'fi Greenland expedi tion which returned there nfler n threo years' absence. Six passengers were carried dur ing a Boventy-flvu minute (light by tho French airman, Prnnqeols, In hla bi plane at Chartres, boating tho world'B records both for the number carried and for tho duration of tho flight. Tho nrmored cruisers Tennessee nnd Montana, which were sent to tho coast of Asia Minor last November when tho Hnfkan war situation bid fair to endanger American llfo nnd property, have been ordered to ret...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

o & r Farmerampion . ft- SOULE. PrififcStr LGL?f. OS-AJ? -W 0XIAH9MA NEWS NOTES BAsaeari tB3 c4rjee- wxter Cnr-iT-.. anwt are BE JC- 7i-t "arcciTnri tBnr i rtsrv hti cc fcj teael ar Lit StiaatiOS tJC SaBUer eeaaej r-f-cwa aa teas- xivie SterjiSKri x raetaex e txiararltti S& .terw-tes Tw&CTfli xt ?aaex 71 Bz-itrttZ? SiBrt U t8 t cciir i Ic-uta A Six. CQIil. aKa ii Tte lujuti f Artamtt OKr V- 71 a BMW r wrt kcCw-r Jo 2cr -6Mk io scar awwujir flftltANcau. mlmlri are- S-il'Mil f ?cat ixiMk ilulina C ! ' -tifi nTfcni!jii x wiiain.- nWtaw flnrstt )? BdMMHC tear -Jh mreu tJtaBtw alt t-.tlNrl trrt raw feaaaki a iftaiiii Vaia, Tkm Bna aaaMiftr war ifctwia. ear 7 fkc faag raaaa. Tiw PMak VkA r laana ft4t 4C x ImuI Vy. ri. -"(J 5en j taan aa ciadb. Tfte 7-A-a miaanu-aT BHacrt )nu uanaft j3r, irtuir ajaa xa&i. f iii. v& aaft iaaajMSL "ttw tv Oat l ajaar J aaa' rwf trafit ttana aa ii atm tMai attwcsaM aa awar a it -x nana r w flat aaajaatiBH C Mku Hwfc Sean. ! . mai fiaiii Im...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

T" A) 1 ' y l,. , v l- - PV. ALMOST LOST HERREASON Bit Tkaiks T Am OM Fried, Tab TerribU Catastropaa Was Aroided. Tampa, Fla. Mrs. 13. C. Coram of No. 2905 Highland Ave says: "I was very weak mid worn out from woman ly troubles. My huubiind bought mo two buttles of Cardul to tnko as a tonic, and from tho first day it scorned to ma I felt its good effects. Dy tho titno I bad used tho two bot tles, I felt and looked liko a now woman. Soma tlmo later I got my foot wot nt tho wrong tlmo, and I turned to Cardul to remedy tho mischief done lleforo 1 had taken ono bottlo It gave ma tho needed relief. V Again, In later llfo, when passing over a critical tlmo, I almost lost my reason, but thanks to threo or four bottles of Caidul, I did not. That has been 1G years ago. I am now B9 years of ago, and feeling lino. I constantly pralso Cardui to all my eick friends. It Is a wonderful remedy." This er.rneBt letter should tako from jour mind any doubt you might havo us to tho merits of Cardul, tho...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

"fp- l'.,i' Farmers' Champion J. S. Soule, Editor and Publinher FREE FEARLESS-PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, May 15 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoflice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1870. SUBSCRIPTION: Ono yenr ? 1.00 i Six moiitliH DOc No Biibsci'lptloiiB InUtui for less tlinn ( nix iiiuuiiiH. Your nubsri Ijitlon lins expired or will explro with this Ibsiio K there Ib a croHs (X, on tlio mnrglu opponlto tlilu nntlco. ADVERTISING RATES: Display nda, 12 l-2cenl8 per Inch for ncli Insertion. Discounts kIvoii on lnrgo ads. All ntlvortlalup tuuttur run until pnld and ordered out TELEPHONE NO. 45. Agricultural Meeting Monday night, beginning at eight o'clock, there will be a mnBS meeting of the farmers, business and laboring men and women of this community held in Temple's Hall, Elgin, for the purpose of discussing questions of most vital interest to tho farmers along the lines of intens ive and better methods of agri cultu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

u xsn- j-' ?.' V V." .3- 'L, ... 'YW "WJlV-'' """ ns .-sj: W -l M r. F armer f Remember that the lace t Buy Your 17 1 Upw r 1 m0 pj 1 -ii IS Sit I be Weber Hardware P. S. WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM Railroad Time Table niit No. 40S No. 10 No. 414 No. 415 No. 9 No. 407 j8 EAST BOUND loaves 7:38 a. m. leaves 12:10 p. m. loaves 7:45 p. m. WEST HOUND leaves 0:23 a. m. loaves 3:29 p. m. loaves 9:15 p. m. : Local News Items a i :::::;:::: :- : '' Mont Bennet was a Lawton visitor Tuesday. R. C. Cohen went clown to Lawton Monday. C. V. Mav was a Ft. Sill and Lawton visitor Monday. G. B. Staclchouse made a busi ness trip to Cement Monday. Mrs. D. E. MeAnaw wont up to Oklahoma City Monday to visit with home folks. II. P. Wettongcl, President of the Bank of Elgin, was a Law ton visitor Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. The Methodist church building is a beauty since receiving its new coats of paint. We under stand that other improvements are contemplated. The good Methodist ladies will serve ice...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

r Molly McDonald gtagtLHLw a lAiE or he raoNHEit Bar ICvndaii Brcmsn Hdbdrof "Kci 3 u. v . w v V DcibT:HyIidyo South. cfc.c&. mpMc wont tiy arpc& CORyltitJHT WW BY A.C.MCLUKO & C0 SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding nn army tooi near Fort Oortarr, mka n innn to Jnti-rcent lil (liuiRlitor. Molly, who In jnentlcri for tho post. An Imlliin outbreak )! thruittvnril. "Ilrlck" lltiinllii, ft cr (runt wlin luitl Jimt nrrhfil with iiifH Kvii to Mctormld. vollliitrnrs for tho nilsalon nml RtnrtH nlono. Molly nrrlvm t Fort Itlplcy two day nlii-ml of nclio.l tilf. 81m ilccluVn tn pimli on lo Fort JJndiro by stnxo In rompany with "Butler Jllll" Moylnn. aotmilri, a Rambler, l.i Inn a pannunRcr. Ilumlln inert tho HtK" with stories of oVprrilntlotin committed ly tho Imllnnn. It la decided to return to Itlplcy. Tho driver ib'ncrln tho atciRo when InillnnN appear. Tho InrtlnnM nro Iwlro rcpulM-it In attack on tho bIiiko by Jinmlln. Moylnn and Uonznlra. Tho latlur In killed. CHAPTER VI C...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

. -r " 6r" jsr' 1 Jr . KEEPING FLOOR IN CONDITION Perfection of Results May Be Achieved by the Use of Polish Easily Put Together at Home. Polishing floors la hard woik, and calls for no end of "olbow grcaso." For a hardwood, or stalncd-wood floor, tnko eight ouncco of yellow beeswax, ono rjunrt of Venetian turpentlno: cut tho wnx Into smnll plecea and pour tho turpentlno over It, and let It stand In a vessel of warm water until dis solved, which It will readily do; then bottlo. Apply a vi.ry llttlo nt a tlnio with a flannel cloth, rubbing until there Is nono left on tho surface, then proceed until tho wholo floor Is fin ished. It keeps tho floor In excellent order and tho polish Is required ordi narily about onco In six months. Soapsuda should never bu used on a Ziurdwood floor that Is oiled or waxed. All that Ib needed Is to wlpo with a cloth dampened in a llttlo warm water Bay n wash liasltt full to which about two tnblenpoonfuls of coal oil has been added. One tnblespoonful to th...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 15 May 1913

w S " mi sr r i GENILE ADA FERRIS John Folsom's Mascot Saved Him Just in the Nick of Time. When Folsom was tent to the Philip pines he told Mitt Ferris that be would have something very -important to writo to her a soon as he had es tabllshed himself. It was something which ho could not say to her then be cause Ada Ferns was rich and Folsom had his way to make In the world. Dut when he looked Into her eyes he knew that she would wait that she was the Kind that would wait years perhaps for ever. It was lonely In Manila, In spite of men friends who took one out to din ner and whom one entertained at one's bachelor quarters. In fact John Fol som had only one real friend Minnie, his little monkey, who had been cap tured, a tiny baby. In the forests of Mindanao. She was the tiniest and most affectionate creature that he had ever seen. One day he found her perched gravely In front of Ada Fer ris' photograph, examining It, evident ly with approval, for sho made a little chattering nolso th...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

r,mrp'-: " w C w. ,. tTfl VFW-'fl,' WWl"'?.. ,V:.t:a.j..aiKi rt.1 , Farmers' Champion v- V- VOL. lit ! ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913 NO. 31 !".. C As Told in a Few Word Goad ami Newsy Itaass of General Intarast Cos slanted to Small Spaca FOREIGN. The anti-gambling proposition In troduced by Piou was rejected by the French chamber of deputies by a vote of 331 to 220. The world's long distance dancing record Is claimed by the Countess Lamsdorff of Russia, who estimates that she has covered fifteen thousand miles on ballroom Doors. The Brazilian government has by decree extended until the end of the current year the preferential treat ment of American flour, cement and r Iter articles. An International navy force com manded by Vice Admiral Cecil Burney of the British navy took possession of the fortress of Scutari. The Inter national force was escorted Into the city by a Montenegrin guard of honor. Last week ittx federal scouts were sent out to nnonnolter near Nuevo Laredo., ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

,r -vet r T-flwii A I ' I i Farmer's Champion J. S. SOULE. P-xAC-CM ELGIN. OKLASOHA OKLAHOMA NEWS .NOTES TJW rvCL? Ut ai Tsrfwis c"tai aJ c as f M4 rax. Lsvuca wiS Efi? carrta Stsa Tri. lilt axitf Vjt tui si iratxiKs JiefcW Sr tass. A Uses: riti ivix-twi at Si trtil bwrr to zxmut i trl ts tai ii K 6-i.i &J 1st iSfc. Tie 5WMf Jir4i tywdt Jcr tut Tretk" W3 ii O- J'i;, 3F 30 Ci ti iKTt fXf J'ltTM. Dnxt cfcirot at tSmiefti i ;di5cc JHs. Jr is koic moi lfo sc ti ts"-i:c x wart- iixfrt ww Liai J3r jtixirc ii i;;T7ciu.i SvWf Si xJi i a- t7-vf Xpidtetrri iciu'tt. A SV41trs.tr Jairtnixr t,OU x. zsr fcix. d til tzszj- lit tn&U&ifa Sin 4 ti vzs. Ibt ircoti te. IS Cinff it rtT- irf (; ztsr. zx 1 iae. CrafctM& ltrr Tie ja e ti Wisitiiaf ;osSc IT aSss WEST a! Okitircsi. City tSf ok xtxt -"Hi Hto la sscy xst f a maps. Airaccifcr ta i Txka. Ai-rcciie tfirfj- -ry issi is tfe tcwa it : 74iJ ix ;ait wis itTt s : si tows So rwxsve trr;-c: rsc it szJ jtyiitiisj. 1 I I! A iT-trsfcf lajiiU...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

,Cf & ' .Twfwv it iznar-. -- -w . . -i-w n M' kf:' 'jct7 viNA.V -iv . ..? ''iihi J !,; .- .i'k :i 5V?tf.' .. V' i. . v -4 x i? HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS END CONSTIPATION If yon really want to get rid of constipation, bad stomach, stuffed y bowels and all ailments arising from a disordered liver, get a box of bliss ful, satisfying HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS today. They nevor fall: tako them as di rected for a weok and notice the feel ing of happiness that comes from ability to eat well, sloop well, work woll. Notice tho skin clear up, the blotches go, tho eyee grow brighter and tho appetite- return. Don't tako Calomel all you need Is HOT .SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS and all druggists hereabouts sell them for 2G cents a box. Free- sam ple from Hot Springs Chomlcal Co., Hot Springs, Ark. . Generous Reformer. MIbb Augusta Da Peyster Is a charming young lady of Knicker bocker descent who docs noblo mis sionary work among New York's float ing Bailor population. Miss Do Pedstor'B work Is uniq...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

trj& ' ' flc "ww , " 'VI ft. ft h i' a y ' r Farmers' Champion J. S- Soule. Editor tod PsbSsber rSZZ -FEASXISS - rOG23Srrz ' ' 1 Published Every Tflesrsisy Elgin, Ma j 22 Entered ass se-eoad-eSas air ier. December 3rd, 112. t tie posucace set ZiEJa. Ofcitbiaai, cader lb Ad of iisrei 3rd. 17S. 5" -r 5- 4- -a- -5-5- Special Lew Rxies to I Chattanooga, S TeauBttt-ec ... VIA .1. Wheat You Go I To St Louis J J JECSSCEBT5-3S CI jeer. ........ JIM1 St aacUa Ifit -Sl txyfe -iti: tSii Jopu K lirt-r It i .crasr (X' 'tis ti-fc -n:t,rcte. vjeste Hii A3EA73&3 rLATES: . iiiMTtSos. LQmimbsu errer nr Itrf? tilt jtS tireniiei t.i.i? tel saiiS jitSC tss! erflrrC est ww mp win ppipip.. .ppppp.ii..,.. TELEPrJOKE A3. J a-S-C-g-j 'rii t ; 5 5 5 5 SHH-4-S-frv3 t 0 3 Farmer' Institute Oreaiired 4 free. OiMncs cc Met 2- A rr rwKnw.P in 1cr t tirtOgh MerspilS. Teaoes- sreef Chaicphx, tie arFt of s. e. j. Accooai United Cob- federate RccbSoel, ? MaT27th23th a- Tisieis cc si3e ILcy 25. 24, 25 asd 23. R...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

TNf- r tTM"MTp R7W n . ' y i Tin ii i.'' v,wi - " ,i .r epr- w ir ; v i a- ief 33L. ? j- !??Q Railroad Tim 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 Charley Combs, of Lawton, was in Elgin Tuesday. Dr. J. F. Gamble and wife were Lawton visitors Wednes day. H. B. Sehuttler went to Law ton Tuesday morning and return ed on the noon train. D. E. McAnaw went to Okla homa City Tuesday, to attend the grain dealers' meeting. - Frank Brandon will be on the jury in the Dirtrict Court for two weeks, bogining Monday. Sweet potatoe plants for sale, at reasonable rates. Also Cow Peas. W. G. Sorrel, bix miles south. Route 2. unto this union was born a son, nowabout fourteen years of age. His mother died about a year ago. The two sons. Lee and Everett, reside in this community; the former on a farm one mile north of town, while the latter ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

S..-T Vi-Jsii M' "pn" i ci i o. x '' r jys j1--, ' i ? j if l Hfi IWJ l' l hi' It fi Mouy McDonald A lAII Or IK IMUNUU& vwR4Mf BRHIv 1 T-jj 1 aasaasaasaasaaaasaaasaaranV . Keith orBe Mir TaHv nA :MyLvWo ric v-v y ANinKiB ynopsis. Major McDonaM. commanding an army Boit near Fort Dodge, seeks a man to Intercept hli daughter, Molly, who la head for the poat. An Indian outbreak la threatened. "Brick" Hamlin, a ser iroant who had Juit arrived with mea aea to McDonald, volunteers for the tnUaton and atarta alone. Molly arrlvea at Fort Itlpley two days ahead of sched ule. Bhe decldea to puih on to Port Dodae by stage In company with "Butler mir' Moylan. Qontalet, a gambler, la aUo a passenger. Hamlin meets tho stag with stories of depredation committed by the Indiana. It la decided to return to Itlpley. The driver deserts the stage when Indiana appear. The Indiana ara twice repulsed In attack on the etnao br Hamlin. Moylan and Qontales, Tho ln'ter U killed. Molan If killed In nett atta...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

F ''--;h- -y Tr s- rt i ' a "P -L .J .-- ;...: "&W ;fijM2 - , .TW" .''' J WITH THE FLAVOR OF WAPLE Many Dallclous Confectlene Ara In. Order for THom Fana" af Thlt. Dallclous tyest The maple sugar aeason baring ar rlred, many will be glad to learn about confection! of which thla dell clone awcet la a part For maple aug er cake, take ono cup granulated aug er, yolk-: of two ogga, one rounding teaspoon of butter; cream together. Add one-half tcaspoonful of aoda dis solved In three-quarters of a cup of water. Stir well, then add one and .one-half cups of flour and one tea spoonful of cream of tartar. Dent well and bake In three layers. Maple sugar frosting: One and one-half cups of maple syrup; boll In aa saucepan un til it spins a thread. Tako from fire and slowly add tlio beaten white of ono egg. Stir until thick and cold. Put between tho layers and on top. To mako inaplo gingerbread, tako ono cupful of boiling water, add two tablospoonfuls of butter and ono cup ful of inaplo syru...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 22 May 1913

-ta Ill- " . t ' v J&? ,: W ft 11 ; fc I? f GOOD AS INSECTICIDE Tobacco li Excellent for Use Against Inseot Pests. May Usee Indoors and In tha Open Air With Profitable Results For Plant Lie It Haa Proved Vary Effective. (By It. aARMAtt) It U not generally recognized aa It ahould be that wo bavo In tobacco a splendid Inaectlcude for uio against aome of the Boat troublesome soft bodied Insect peata. For plnnt llco It haa proved very effective, and being barmles to plants, can often be cm ployed where poisons are out of the question. A pound and a half of tobacco stems In a wooden bucket with boil ing water poured over them and left LaUkxUaWll BBl I I f f BESKISsaBp-wVaBBI L'Bl rznwttmntK-jjm a-lggAWaaaaaaaaBaftfAT-T KwV T"BKSaMt WTisM A Bench of Lettuce Grown In a Con servatory Watered by Under-Dralnage to Prevent rot, and Fumigated With Tobacco Extract Completely Free From Both Rot and Aphldea. over night, make a good preparation for uae about the houopon flow era and other ornam...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

p" i?frl '4, "V .T.T "?. y ". V J 2 r. - " -J U.V r V' t M " '' Farmers' Champion VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1918 NO. 32 -t ra. As Told in a Few Words Good awl Noway Itoa of G oral IntarMt Cob ajomosl to Small Spaco FOREIGN. Cardinal Wm. H. O'Connell, arch bishop of Boston, after a long audi ence with the pope, declared he looked like a new man after his 111 DHL According to official announcement the emperor of Japan will recover In from two to three weeks and he will completely regain his health. He It suffering with pneumonia. Don. Mario G. Menocal was Inaug urated as president of Havana, In suc cession to President Jose Miguel Oomez and of Dr. Enrique Jose Varona was inaugurated as vice president An urn containing a collection of gold articles attributed by experts to be of the period seven and eight cen turies before the Christian era, was uncovered recently on an 'estate In the vicinity of Eberswolde, about 27 miles from Berlin. ' St. Andrews, Scotland, is alm...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

t?-: '! Vn" &rr?"f h ,i n Fl ' k Farmer's Champion A. J. JOULE, Pu&riaftae eihx. QKLAH03f-A OKLAHOMA MWS NOTES Hydro has seraa oajitcaU teas.!. Dirrxni Dwito&in ciea xr ersnaixia ! boosters' fu& th.tr wSI ga ta xxta- , moailea aver Bryxa eniuicr. Drcrase la eeden'wax, to crxxafcr 4 fxrmen xjpin?w 1a eoaioiia? with, x cajtfciS sicca if IKiW"Jl Five auadre.it at.i.S eattJH -vm rBtfy Mppu-f from. FiKtluxbUxa.1 county to JIHto bectfwrs maun. At Gresjrx. xrxwtiax to Si Temgfc'. Telstra, a fxrswr !is a tfrun f forty hotrx la a wait rtec rant tartr. Jxe.k3oa eo'iaty 'iratr xn xratfsw tfcPUtU!l with, poutc Trtlt. Ta!a. at fiznt xa xatlcieuii ja.xaa C rrua- hypers. Hatwrt DMat J:tyi ti Harr. my c.f. la nie H!, praTt' ti.it so waeaa eta in ltsty ansa? c&cixU. .Ti Lx-vtoa ?i-T3 iayj that iai ta trifc DtUcx xarf that jt cut Mrv. wfci x tWr coiualiKMtu itfcC4l afiisreu oa reiiiy Ltiicatex; ifnet a Pxai Vx7 iou xaf iJM ai c&or iiuaax to ta kaisM cr eaasau i&ua u Visa s...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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