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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

Emmi'ljI 'r,wi!W"'!' 'tTw """ $: f nip' 3p' ?.- ppn wtfiiA'itMfr" 'i KW ,, Jjr 'if'! 4-v t f -- JKJ5 "1 ? 4. Ribe in, Stone & Walker S'ETitfrSri! out for five j$5.00. Come at once, they won't kit long at such astonishing low figure K t MmuMnt For a Town "IT" Grit Vim Puih Boost Energy Schools Churches Morality Harmony Cordiality Advertising , Good property Talk About It Speak Well of It A Healthy Location Help to Improve It! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere healthy; fire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself. .... Local News Items Eggs 80c at Ribelin, Stone & Walker's. (Advt ) The Farmrrh' Champion ir k.iu. - -.. c!..u.:i r :. I ucro u; ctiay, ouuBvriue luru. 0. H. Putney made a trip to Lawton Monday with turkeys. W. W. Brunskell i...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

Jw ;- r -& Nf b h i 11 i,i t ! H 7SERiAL 8TORY J m u 'dSJafl AaAHfc - fc -! M'A m A rf fc IMA '.--x VttfW :ko:o;:x:;www K arj The Sable Lorcha 0 fc'. 8 8 , BT Horace Kazcltine & 3S8&&&33&3 8YN0PSIS. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consults Vttlllp Clyde. ne-pler pulilli re garding anonymous ir-.-ejten'ns: leltJ-i ho haa received. The (Irs: promise n s-Mnpte of the writer's power on h r-rtaln day. On thfct day the hend Is mystrrlomly "iit from n porirnlt o' Cameron while llie lat ter Is In the room. INSTALLMENT 3 CHAPTER II. Blfle Shots Scho In the Woodn. Of convoying oven n M'hoof the hor for I experienced nt Cameron's dis closure I nm nigh hopeless. The -more we dlscu!ctl the occurrence the Ices usceptlblc It sccmeJ o' explanation. And what Is bo tor''ylns nB the In explicable, or so dreadful ns the In tangible? Here, apparently, was an enemy of calm and cunning malignity who chose to manifest his power In n manner almost ludicrously puerile avc as It pointed wi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 November 1912

t-l - f (rfNVaBi - fr,itw 1Mb." 1C JiTJg&igmU i alWWmUk il jUIWWWW . ' ft JX-' S if n't An -"( rt Public Sale BILL BBoBITaaaao5oyffTa'D00OOBTaaBeaoaaarIT c IW' l OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS Elg Will do Custom 'Gin. IVfcning in Boles ss well as in the Seed T rg 1- Jf f. 'I . art read by the people kecaua k gives em newi of absorbing in ttrwt. People no longer co looking about for thing they want they go to their newspaper for information as to where Mich thing may be found. Thli method aavea time and trouble. If you want to bring your warei to the atten tion of thii community, our advertising coluinm Should Contain Your Ad D a Advertise -rl tr you Waat a Cook Waal Clark Waal a Fartnar Waal a Sitaaliaa Waat a Sarvaat Girl Waal ta Sail a Piaaa Waat la Sail a Carrlaga Waal la SatlTawaPraaarty Waal la Sail Taar Oracariaa Waal la Sail Taar Hardware Waal Caataaatra far Aaytalag AaHartkw WaaUy la Tala Panar. AafrarHalag U Ike Way la Saccaaa AaWMalag Briafa Caataaiara AaSarllatag Kaaaa Cuata...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

i i-w - twftftw'- "nmr'rK' xmrnsaMw? j.i sh .Ti' "9Zs$i V1 Farmers ' Champion Successor to Indiahoma Champion fc Vol.3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 5, 1912 No. i -H4-4Hhh:-'H' h HM:H"M"K"M Prizes For Boys and Girls !5S5rf??' w9','''!f Ua?' D. E. MCANAW 1 T1 -Hi ".-, M.. Ife M uiumu- Company Dealers in . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton .v !. I 1 1 1 1 ! 4H"S-H'-: t i The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin Elgin, Oklahoma'1 Deposits Guaranteed If you arc not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPherron, Pres. 0. A. McPherson, V. P. E. McPherson, Cashier. i i ' 4' -H"X"K"X"l' ' WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING: 8 boxes matches 10 5 eans kraut 25 8 cans hominy 25 6 1-pound pkgs Eagle Thistle Soda 25 8 pkgs Washington Crisp '25 2 pkgs Cream of Wheat 25 2 pkgs grape-nuts 25 2 26c baking powder 35 6 6c pkgs tobacco 25 8 10c pkgs tobacco 25 18 pounds sugar $1.00 Karo Syrup, per gallon , 45 Flour, bast 1.15 8 bars laundry ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

!""' mnjinuummiw 2? t!R OK M I P i L STORY J wxEm Sable Lorcha 3urame Hsxtiliiiit V KLV2X'i OMeritta. uc 4. L Jttdua u. 1'"-WI1UIIj JuUtr CiyiK urm-nilf- rirotwT- i- fBmhur nuiwmbut tirratranu ottt-iv- t- iC -ti T-tti- wir or t. rrir a irr iiint tv ti imr nwit'iiuwr eu Stum x. jjimrut: a" OnnMTat wnl ld -ttK tt j.tr-ttnl mi siuttMcn TfOt -ttur 2,. .UHI"IP n"fj! Jr li? 7jicit Iit-i nnw. numm nm vrl't iiuiti rrnn k it or Mti 11m. tMuf rr StRMnri un'intt" flAjHT it t.'ii-.ir t TTut tp-r sr utt u . wpf- :;-! Ef Mi rsantmustl. "3TiiUT Tt -n tubi ir mnr a' 3 avpli-c ns' rw tofC " aupTiu niif IB jT?nirtiiiia5 'J- ltr j:iirci' 1 nnf i-'a. nptttttili lw "Ma. -3err '1 i etmiiut tiur i- u wr brum tiiium.. ittttr ul. ! imr i vm teaw, 3ua "tii Tvinitt. - tawt mbc Hlli OiiaitU! nn. irarrrulB tiw. -wet' Kr THUun'- tr fe TiriRimilr ttw Mkb- "hr lir crt nu. tit li-amr-tnii. " tlitn iau if utr nin lln twc ' at swnmt TTnif fcwtjau u n t. urs jcuut: arartmt. - ua: aim Tnast flh trs. -xmla iwvt taoi-rf ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

y fi 7 II PIES THAT ALL WILL LIKE Hsclpes Have Had the Sanction of Generation! of Presiding Geniuses of the Kitchen. Cherry Pie. Lino tho ploplato with ood cruet, fill half full with stoned ripened cherries; put n teaspoon of flour with n cup of sugar and sift: prlnklo thin over chorrlos; dot over a few bits of butter. Now nil tho crust full to tho top with moro chorrlos. Cover with upper crust and bako. Currant Pie. Ono cup of mashed currante, ono of sugar, two tnblrspooub of water, ono of flour, beaten with tho yolks of two eggs. Fill crust, bake. Frost the top with tho beaten whlt-os of tho two eggit nnd two ablespoons of powdered sugar. Drown lightly In oven. Cream Pie. Pour a pint of cream over one nnd a hnlf cups of BUgar. Lot It stand until tho whites of threo eggs havo been beaten to. a stiff froth. Add to this tho cmun and sugar and bent up well; grate a little nutting over tho mixture nnd bako without tin uppor crust A heaping teaspoon of sifted flour sifted with tho sugar...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

', f "!,f-!tSp''nIF T ? ft I Farmer.' Champion '. .11 it. A to.n rt-r n - fms-Jii whj. .-w--4 utj .awi i m an urn ' J. S.SOULE. Editor andPubHaher!takethat R basineJ mM can advertising which speaks vol- Mnt. r. PnriFQivp' ! make that to be mean in his buss-, m9s for the enterprise of the j. FBEE-fearless progressine ri .. u, v ,.j ,u 'business people of the town in v , ness. Everybody has heard the. which u published. -Chatta-, PnhlUhml F.vorv Thursday oroverb of rennv true and ! ,..- v.w X Elfin, December 5 proverb of penny true and j no0$- Xew. "'pound foolish." A liberal expend-' - , t . .. , - The Farmers' Champion, a , x always sure to be a capital m- ....., ; a kh'I Application has been made at' vestment. mere are people a: Egin, Oklahoma, by J. S. X the postoffice in Elgin. Okla.. for Kvho are short-sighted enough Soule, reached our exchange i admission to the U. S. mails as j to ijgve that thier interest can table las; week, as successor to t second-class matter. tU prosoted...

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

- vr '$ W& v1& ry.St 6 HA Monument For a Town Is Grit Vim Push Boost Energy Schools Ohurchca , Morality Hnr m o n y Cordiality Advertising Good property Talk About, It Speak Well of It A Healthy Location Help to Improve It ! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere healthy; fire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself Lewis Stantteld, and wife, of Kiowa county, arrived Thursday to visit their daughter, Mrs. C. W. Walker. They went from here to Caddo county to visit with a son. H. E. Wise, who lives in Till man county, on Deep Red, a few miles east of Fredrick, arrived Saturday to visit with L. C. Rankin, our esteemed mail carrier on route three. Mr. and Mrs. John Hyrd en tertained quite a number of their friends at dinner Thanks giving. We u...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

'"&$r,,"3(ir I Farmers1 Champion ELIN, JT. S. SOULE, Publliair OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES RICHMOND P. HOBSON CoilliiHvlIlc booh expects to become a city of the first class. Texhonm is considering a municipal light and power plant. The fartners of Garfield county are shooting hunters' dogs. Shawnee has voted $50,000 worth of bonds for park purposes. Many more Tamiiis are coming Into Beckham county, Uklahomn Tree city delivery of mall has been I placed In operutiou at Amis. Heaver, count seat of Heaver county, reports 45 births during October. Contracts have been let for tho erection of a new theater In Brlstow. A three-year-old child was crushed to death nt Altus by a bale of cotton. The Hugo street sweeper has ar rived and has been put Into commls-! slou. Tulsa Is raising -u fund to make a light for the 1913 Dry Farming Con grens Rood crops of would-be postmasters are reported from all sections of the state. Wednesday, December , was let aside as general clean-up day In Nowata...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

,' 1.JL1 hOV J r a i Whenever You Use Your Back , rE,e7 Docs Sharp VlVj- Pan Hit You? It s n sign of sick kidnejs, es pecially if tlio kid ney action is disordered, too, passage s scanty or too frequent or oil color Do not neglect any littles kidney ill for the slight troubles run into Dropsy, Gravel, St mo or Iirlght's disease. Use Doan'a Kidney Pills. Thi9 good remedy c'i-m bad kidhes. A IDAHO csi' I.. C. Vi'ar , !s. rnhlki'1 Ave., l'orn tcllo, Un , i a: "1 suITt nil (evenly from Rrnvi-1 mill many of Hie attacks lonfliu-il lua lu uul for wetks The tmlii I endured wlirn thu stum a .r paimliiK wns iiuliacriliililt'. Donna Klilniy l'llli curtil me cimitilitely mill the euro Imn tucn pinnuiunt Thoiixli In my 7Gth mr 1 am liiilu mid lunrt." Cat Doan'a at Any Drug Store, EOe n Bos DOAN'S Kl?AV FOSTER-KILBURN CO., Buffalo, Now York Many a business man who clalitib he wants only u lair profit must have In mind a church fair prollt. A great nnjnuty of minnier ills arc due to Malm in in Mip...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 5 December 1912

v. n' It i. in i , 1 ' ill J II t i t .U r i lis ? .4e T a OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS are read by the people because it gives them newt of absorbing in terest. People no longer go looking about for thing they want they to to their newspaper for information as to where such things may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring your wares to the atten tion of this community, ur advertising columns Should Contain Your Ad DDDDDDD D O ih Public Sale wf B ILLS rVWi 8 8 a B B 8 tj 8 8 B B a 0 58 g B'a'8'8 0 'T) 8 88 I aVtrFaT 31 m0000mm0000000 MAMAMM Advertise IT TOO WaataCaok Waal a Clark Waat a Partaer Waat a Mtaatloa Waat flarraat Girl Waal la Sail a Piaaa Waal la flail a Carriaga Waal ta Sail Town Praparty Waal ta flail Taar Qracariaa Waal la flaM Taar Martwara Waal Caataaaara far Aaytalnl Atvartiaa Waattv la Tfcla Paaar. AarartWai U taa Way to flacceaa AaVartWai Brtaga CaataaMra AaWtiaiaJ Kaapa Caateaiara AaVarttalag laaaraa Saccaia Aivartiaiai flaawa Caargy Airar...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

EMffl vf -r,y ,(-,- -I, - -.aoiryr- "rf-"V 'ClflV Wi wwnw-- -p" " -r(V." tfJW ' '"WUff""" "'",T'.?l7i1f7S, !" v ?'' T.TJI cj - f,; '(. Farmers ' Champion Successor to Indiahoma Champion Vol. 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1912 No. i I 'r 1 i .-- -4. D. E. MCANAW Lumber Company Dealers in . . . All Kinds of Building Materia Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal 7 a CraBjwre"? . K":";";":',:-,M,:,,'.":-:"S"i"X,,X",':,'j"C":-!-" The Bank That auk of Elgin tElgin, Oklahoma., Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account witlinnf rlelnv. v i :: ! I 7 T A. L. McPherson, Pres. 0. A. McPhehson, V. P. E. MgPiieuson, Cashier. : : : : : WE OFFE THE FOLLOWING: 8 boxes matches 8 cans kraut 8 cans hominy 6 1-pound pkgs Eagle Thistle 8 pkgs Washington Crisp 2 pkgs Cream of Wheat 2 pkgs grape-nuts 2 25c baking powder 6 5c pkgs tobacco 8 10c pkgs tobacco 18 pounds Bugar Karo Syrup, per gallon Flour, best 8 bars laundry soap Ribelin, Stone & WALKER The patrio...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

m HI w 9Teria1T?i L STORY J ., . - 1 s . The Sable Lorcha BT. Horace Hazeltinc 3& lOep;rltt, ua. A u lln..iti Um t SYNOPSIS. Robert Cameron, ciip lts;. consult' rhlllp Cl)de. newspap-- p .Mtuher. re garding anonymous thr--nienlnK leter he hat recelxed. Th flmt pronle t unt ! of the riter' power on a erta'ti iiv On thai dn the head Is in)ctertoiVv ut from a portrait of Cameron uhllr ! lat ter la In the room. Cl i- as a D eon that the portrait u niu!'-1 wMie the room i um-c-upliO and "'e ! I later removed by mtan." of a r ib tj ' t ed t'V Campron E l n f'.r s- - i'artieron" mece. with whom Clyo t ' 1'e. flnda the head of Camrnra'i p-r'-t le ' to n tree, where it was bad b--n used as a target. Clyde pledges Evlm to w r- y Clyde learn that Chlneae by employed by Phlletas Murphy ar a"i I x'ne; nearby, had borrowed a title from Cam eron' lodcekeep-r Clv.le tmkei mi ex cuse to call on Murphy and ti repulsed. He pretends to be lnve?itln aliased Infractions of the came Jaws CHAPTER V (Co...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

BflflBETTViSg 'jVJSry "V.- ''"v. -MS i I. C. C. VALUATE THE RAILROADS HOUSE PA88ES THE ADAM80N ILL, DRASTIC BLOW AT OVER.CAPITALIZATION MANN DEFENDS MILEAGE tayi the Congressmen Would All Be Bounders If They Left Their Families Back Home Washington Amended to authorize complete Investigation Into thu ques tlon of Interstate carrier corporations, atock and bond Isbucb, tho bill by Ren rasentatlve Adanifon, empowering tho Interstate commerce commission to snake a physical valuation of tho prop arty of rsilroads and other common carriers, wib unanimously passed by the house. The measure would provide for a f&r-reaching Inquiry with a vluw to having railroad rates fixed on a basis Of Incomo on actual Investment. It would authoifse employment of en gineers and other experts to list thu property of every lnterstute carrier. Tha Investigators would bo directed to oacortaln the original cost for rail way purposes of each pleco of prop arty, tho cpst and vnluo to the present owner and wh...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

rV :,h hti. Li i- iA h i ,JK 1 J. Farmers' Champion j. S. Socjls. E&ic? izti rbfcbsr ssccsssfuHy favttSe fee the cis- Mirier, aad be' certainly did the te:aSa: of ax-bzrdeaed , vork l a w ediuWe san- M-nrw v. vmw, Mr. Cook, alio of iaycer. icm. as we expected. De nas , Graar Lecturer, acted as i. tees exri frees -: I i S ? j-H-H"t44 FS2X FXaSISSs TSCCSISSTE iXtrifcrJJEirr session of tle in the Bremen ' aroe . i ae outer ocoe?rs were &&va iavss ujc ui'ic.'tai ... c ParEiiM i.TiJT TaSTSiiT Bfia. Deceaaber 12 ter. December 3rd. IJ12. at tie poftxclace it Esrisu G&AJtfeas, cs-fer t&e Artcf War-i SnL 1575- Caw ?avr IU Six aanttlit - - . - S-I's 3J txjir -will ;l)i 4 U ti.re It t crsu X n ti sswps c;?cj2te till ACVEHTlHSG HATES: Dajiij i-ii. 12 1-Itsu ; iz.-dt r U.T tit A2 iiTrUJi.f juit rr si? ests wita wssoow. row- . j - t- . . t . tares in a most tar uu cisca. i agaves I'c ..., present. Mr. Morris delivered the lec- iavpresstve man- . -P . -.Z aer. ah oc-r oi srrca ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

r i'1-f v ,.ii r a 4, Ribelin, Stone & Walker lZ ?l"l Tl Reasonable Price, with a 10 years guarantee. They would make useful Christmas Presents. 4 Local News Items Miss Christina Humphries, bookkeeper in the Bank of Elgin, is a Lawton visitor todny. Mrs. May Pruett, of Beaver City, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. E. McPherson, for some time, will leave tomor row for home. She will stop off at Anudnrko a few days and vis it her brother-in-law, Represen tative Pruett, and family. Don't fail to see those dishes at the Old Reliable, they are dandies and are being given a way too. Avdt. A. L. McPherson, President of the Bank of Elgin, was transact ing business at Sterling and vi cinity Wednesday. Hagle's Drug Store is the place to get your Xmas goods. Prices right. Some fine presents for your friends. (Advt) Clarrence Walcott has moved out on his farm, six miles .south of town. His family will follow immediately after Christmas. T. F. Harper, of Gem, Iowa, arrived Sunday,...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

i mi 1 ! f en, 1 ? 4 r hi . t 1 , M V ; I I! J I Farmers1 Champion CLCIN. J. S. SOULt. Fkbliiber OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Nowata it paving its alleys. Sklatook's water s.vstcm has been Insulted. Oklahoma oil is selling at Tetcente per barrel. Cattle thieves are doing business in Noble county. An addition is being built to the Hunter flour alii. Ponca City is making improvement in Its lighting system. Red Oak has vot&d a gas franchlso to the Latimer County Gas Co. Chlckasha has started a commend able movement for municipal parks. El Reno Poultry Association will hold its annual show December 18-23. Lawton had a big caning affair Thanksgiving day. Two negroes carved each other. Shawnee is putting on a motorcycle cop and will warm things up for tho auto speeders. Citizens of Chlckasha have presented a solid gold fire chief's badge to Fire Chief George L. Gattis. A Chlckasha girl says she will hang up a tube skirt instead of tho conven tional hosiery Christmas eve. The schools o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

l ,' s " r ' 'V hWlrr . rt , ... .-. "4. - New Way to Ott Money. Thar arj aaay ways to gat mossy tnm fopl; and la these days when It la often nccenary to ralie various wbi for missionary and other church work, the tnlnlstera of the gospel Bake all sorts of moving appeals. But the preacher who takes tho prize la this line of endeavor bo far Is an old colored man down south. "We has a collection to take up dls mawnln,' " ho said: "a collection for a mus important cause, an' we needs as much money as wo kin git. Dut, foh do sake of your reputations, whichever of you stolo Mr, Jones' turkeys don't put nothlu' In do plato." That was how ho got money out of every member of his congregation. Popular Mngailne. Lost Trousers Playing Poker. William Verne appeared In a Detroit police court attired In a dress coat and some underwear ho had bet the trousers In a poker gumo tho evening betoro and lost. H1b cash, his watch and his diamonds preceded tho trou sers Into tho "bank." Tho trousers were ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 December 1912

jr3 - 4 , , e H' ?M i i $ i :iw U r OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS re read by the people because it cues than news of absorbing in tertst. People no longer BO looking about for things they want they ro to their newspaper for information as to where such tlunc may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring )our wares to the atten tion of this community, our advertising columns Should Contain Your Publi A A- - A A A - - I srttTSirinnrsvvTnrin'is s o a o'a o off vs o o o o b o o o o o 6T o b b T P V A Will do Custom Gin s i. niiy? in Boles as well as in the Seed M Will Pny the Highest Mar ket Price Paid for Cotton, in Bale, Seed or Boles Ad DDDDDDD We're Opposed to Mail Order Concerns Because TJwjr hi pfTft eortiiWrd t crtt to futtKciin; lie kstcinti J out ton Erety cent trttivcd bj tJirm Iroro this community u duect lou to cut rrrrtW.ti ta !rron fvrty cie iSrir pneet cn be mtt r-ght hue, withcutdeli) in mtirr.f pooJi nd ic pejiiliiJiJ- of rijlilo in felting orJeij. Bu...

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