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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

rs- Tlt.lt viv -v . ri. r IK ')(. ' - nsn c i ; ' ' v '" JT-V MMKMiMMiiMttaSliCM -1 :-4 ) 1 tf TENDERFEET WIN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HILL AND SONS,' THE OAT CHAM PIONS, ARE COCKNEYS BOHN AND MED. City-bred in the world's greatest metropolis and untrained as to things agricultural, were J. C. Hill and his ,hree boys when they settled on home- teads at Lloydmlnster. In the Pror- Ince of Saskatchewan (western Can ada), eight years ago. Today they are the recognized champion oat grow ers of the North American continent, having won twice in succession the liver challenge cup, valued at $1,500, at the Fifth National Corn exposition, Columbia. S. C. The Plate. officially known as tho Colorado Oat trophy, Is emblematic of tho grand champion ship prize for the best bushel of oats exhibited by Individual farmers or ex periment farms at theBo expositions. The Hill entry won this year In tho fnco of tho keenest competition, hun dreds of exhibits being sent by expe rienced farmorB from all parts 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. — 29 May 1913

-fc - '" ,w-"pjwi T,'5!y.?rT,"' wgifl'vmf'im jni j l II Iff f i:b 'i n ig P Farmers' Champion J. S. Soule, Editor and Publisher FIIEK FEAKLESS-PnOGUCSSlVU Published Every Thursday Elgin, May 29 ville, unanimously passed following resolutions: the Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoftice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. SUUSCIlll'TlON. Ono yoar 11.00 Six uionth3 GOc No subscriptions tnken for less than six months. Your BuliBcrlptlon has expired or All) expire with this Ihmio If there Is n ciorm (X on the umrulD oiioulto this notice AQVERTISING RATE8: j Display nils, 12 l-2cents per Inch for j ench lii8ortlnn Discounts r.vpii on ' Inrge ads. All ndvcrtlslnp matter run ! until paid and ordered out ! AAWWWVM TELEPHONE NO. 45. "Whereas, it is the opinion of the membership of this Associa tion that a deliberate attempt was made by designing persons to reflect upon the good name and reputation of Hon. Thomas P. Gore. United States Senator ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

v?i T j a ',7 IV U '.V ; - ' .? jgSTmfrJtv"''' :$ ir-w m 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. .:..k-:k- Local News Items ......... .;... .4$-t"K iM s E. C. Howe, of Pc.iona, Missouri, is visiting in Elgin. Frank Stackhouse was down from Fletcher Saturday. J. E. Weber shipped one hun dred and ninety gallions of cream laBt week. Mr. anti Mrs. Harry Stack house spent Sunday with his parents in Elgin. Mrs. A. L. McPherson went down to Lawton Monday to visit with her son and wife. Just received a car of choice washed nut coal. Badger Lum ber Company. (32-tf) Frank Brandon went down to Lawton Monday to serve one the jury a couple of weeks. Collier Bros., of Fletcher, have a choice lot of German millet for sale at $1.00 per bushel. (32-tf) T. P. Fen ton and wife, and Geo. Ecclofield and wife went to Cement Sunday, returning on...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

- "-V5T- 'jT 1 PT I' St, f Moiiy McDonald a mix JmK v - kV4Bunr South: YJMt:l. If XJ.-C itrVrtJi. ggnrnT.i-pSt.r x xnu bv ? svk Mt . awa. wsfcoi ax: -i.f w.- fvwsc i-nfite -J jwi rvc a B t)fMtiwJ rae ""Su 51 5 6,rmiilt. stiHxutn wtit slt 2uim v .It i rrt 53j(t -tJt Z t rif "x .! .&.-!& tt, txutx -a Trt 5tT- Mi'-li-i. dmjaJta. x cuiaikte 3 W & Jtuajc Kxaiilix Ttr tin iar V ttit Ci2ii.ia. & s Jwsiii I rrexrx j Sj.li T Jcrrtc Jwwrts f un aa I&iu. xrpvttr la t;ut r- rv -tvuuwt ax irtci a Sit a 5y Jt UBwJ. SC6ia. i tSitvl Or ttt.'. i.ti Tfc s5 -wit art. rsT ;iUi . a5t otj ti sa AtjSMaa J- -s-ij- tt uty xaa a .-UiniiRi. C"4TER YHU-CKtti4t, .c Ax CnCJio. jucjpwm !" xajtr rei ia .Mtii 1 ?k2 .-. "S4r. Kuil x e .. . ,. .v. .. . .. . .1 f 71UE TV1,T -' i .4.11 J . ... - -. 1 ... . . . '.. ' a.z .. rt .unT ZTrT!T Tr mr - . - K ecoii tyi ide tiixt. xa.ii'ivfiM. - s rtar m! TTi.i i rid. li &xaxc tS ie rCcra. ta us.a:cia.. 2 it licaai i Crisis- sZ xxii rcy eaX. tieCr tx: wt...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

P Sr . -, .- Atf ' ' jr -J , -'iv Jnjr, e 5fe -. " ' t . W -4 4 - ft ! COOKED IN NEW WAYS THREE GOOD RECIPES FOR PREP ARATION OF CHICKEN. Will Be Found Pleasant Change From the Generally Accepted Methods Moat Delicious Served With As paragusSpecial Stew. Chicken. Wnldorf Stylo. Doll "a chicken until it Is tender; tako It from tho flro nnd remove all whlto meat, which cut Into email dlco shaped pieces, adding two truffles, cut In the earao way. Tut tho mlxturo Into a rauccpan with a pint of fresh thick cream, Benson with salt and pepper and allow to boll for twelve minutes, then thicken with two raw egg yolka diluted In two largo spoonfuls of Ma deira wlno. Stir this thoroughly In with tho chicken, also two ounces of fresh batter added In small bits, and mingle without letting It boll again, then servo. Chicken, Asparagus. Cut a chicken Into quarters and put Into a saucepan with a little butter to fry. When It begins to steam dust over with n little flour and fry to a palo brown, now...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 29 May 1913

rVfFisni a ' r K V'i I n IS t H l' ! f; i i SUMMER HATS LARGE SMALL HEADGEAR NOT TO BE A FEATURE OF SEASON. AaVanc Psl,w shewn Am P-letur- )IM In tH Extreme Flat Trir- mlMf ! tht Prtvalllra RkI for Cemlnj Fashlen. No that Us nllttser arc begla nlag to show their beflowt-red ard aejr aldsamaser tacdelt, the wcaaa who feared that tit w-ae fee the fa all headgMr of sprtas weald I carried ever lato S t:fr. ftads that rech ta ot to rr the case. The raldsuaaer hat ar large graetV aad plctaeje. to aeecapxay the prevailing style la ctr fnvV Stiff bria ar so factor ta tie aewt detlga, Oa tie contrary, tie ace dexlbi. errs c?ry tie bria of the nWfsaaf: hat. tie ace m t eesfora to rashJea's decree. Ti Ma shoate 4n.r at tie frcct aad ' lack, rather tixa at tie side. Tie wlde-hrlaaed acde?. laOy trtaaed. heed day. Flat triaaitg 1 tie rrfe cs larc iats. Grace, ratier tixt atiaeny. seetrs.ta be tie ideal cf tie vsvai lalBtMfr. aad. therefore, coc wes ft wer cf tie ptxadtac Nxai xsd aicrette trtaai...

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 June 1913

355?SWi 1' ajsw-" T JK,i . " ' "L w ' -;: v - si' p - Farmers' Champion ,-& VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913 NO. 34 t'."R - & As Told in a Few Words Gaed ud Nawsy Item of General Interest Coo leneed to Small Space POREIQN. A group of American congressmen arrived at Panama to inspect the canal. Sir Edward Grey announced In the house of commons that Orent Britain was ready to recognize the Chinese government as soon as China agrcos to maintain existing treaties. Eight actresses and actors appear ing In "Deborah" In tho Princess the ater at Toionto, Ont., Including Car lotta Nlllson, leading woman, were anvstevJ on the charge of giving an improper performance Robert E. Peary, "discoverer" of the north pole, has been baffled by the perils of the Jungfrau. He started out to climb tho famous peak, but was obliged to abandon the attempt on account of avalanches threatening to engulf the party. Adoption of the constitution and election of a president oHhe Chinese re...

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 June 1913

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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 June 1913

V rsrt TJj'l Wj V.-. - .. v o f r 1 s INSIST ON PURE SEED Farmer May Determine Whether Grain Contains Impurities. Qrtat Cart Should Be Exercised to Prevent Introduction of Noxious Woods Upon Land Difficult of Eradication. (By O. I. TILLMAN.) By studying carefully the character istics slzo, shape and color of grain and weed seeds, the farmer will bo enabled to determine whether or not his grain contain Impurities. Great caro should be taken to prevent the Introduction of noxious weeds upon land, as they nro difficult to eradicate U.i M IIM i :, A. rt, JT. V 9 :.: 4 Various Qraln Seeds. and often cause permanent Injury to the land upon which they grow. a. Tuft Hair-grass. Hull single, whlto or straw colored, hairs and a bristle at the base. In grasses. b. Wavy Hair-grass. Similar to a, but longer and browr. In grass. c. Common Oat. Hull single, most ly smooth, sometimes awned. d. Wild Oat. Hull siuglo, straw-colored or brown, hairy or only so at the base, a twisted awn from tnlddlo sc...

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 June 1913

!yv'!17r ' " SwvJSj p5 : "Vtwwtt " ltJim.ym r v$v( -" "" pfTk Wl-i -" ft"3 , . Iff IU! : Farmers' Champion J. S. Soule, Editor and Publisher FRKE FEAULE8S PROGRESSIVE Published Evcrv Thursday Elgin, June 5 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 11)12. at the postoffice at Elgin. Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1879. ... .11.00 80c t'HH tllllh SUIISCH1PTION: One year. . , Six months. No subscriptions taken for sW mouths. Your subscription linn expired or vlll.exp're with this Issue if thuie Ib a cross (K on the margin opposite- this notice. ADVERTISING RATES: Display nils, 12 1 ZcentH per Inch for encli Insertion. Discounts ghcu on large nils. All mhcrllelnir matter run until paid nml ordered out 0aSitSSntSi'ti, TELEPHONE NO. -15. Now For a Greater Elgin and in all that camp 'n up the .l ley. Afterward the command was tak en by sea nroumi Hotter .md landed t Newborn, N. C, ard wni wltb Schofiold at Gjldboio, mid with Slier inaii until Johnson Anal!., s'lrrendered at Itnl...

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 June 1913

x- : .& as,r ar'-vs "?y -- . vit " .."V -A, uv T &rr; e -.'., " n (IV. f. - '"-'5 3t,SratJ - f i - 1- - 1$ Br '. -f ) ' , H I $ Railroad Time Table EAST HOUND No. -108 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves 12:16 p. m. No. 414 leaves 7:40 p. m. WEST HOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a. m. No. 0 leaves 3:29 p. m. No. 407 leaves 0:15 pjvk Church Services METHODIST Preaching morning J"1! night second and every (if Hi Sunday in the month. Sunday school every Sunday at 10:00 a. ns. BAPTIST Preaching morning and night first and third Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. .vvvvvvwv vvvvwvvwwvw t A ,,.. ,. Jtt1. , : Local News Items j. : 4 A .. A .. . .. .. A A A A A A A A A A A A i VVV't'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV J. M. Morrow was in Law ton oil business Monday. -Frank Bradon is at the county seat this week, courting as a juryman. For Sale, Chcip.Ono gco 1 folding bed; and one good couch. Dr, J. F. Gamble. Collier Bros., of...

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 June 1913

T" ,-H, j,-,v" w- ,i a ; r -! '' i 1 ' ll i I SI Molly MCDONALD v a lAix or nc ikonher YN0P8IS. Major McDonald, comsn&adlnc an arar Boat near Fort Dod. aki a man to Intercept hla daushter. Hotly, who la beaded for the poat Ao Ind'aa outbreak la thre-atened. "Brlek Hamlin. er feant who had Jutt arrlveJ with mea aacea to McDonald, volunteer (or the mUeion and ttarta alone. Molly anivea at Fort Rlpler two dart ahead of ached, lie. She decide to puih on to Fort Dodce by ata In corapinr with "Sutler Blir MoyUn. Contain, a gambler, la alo a paaarnsar. Hamlin meeti the ataxa with atorle of depredatlom committed by the Indiana. It la decided to return to Rlpler. Tha drWer detrti the ataee when Indiana appear. The Indiana ara twice repulaed In attack on the atage br Hamlin, Morlan and Oonzalea. The latter la killed Morlan la killed In next attack. Indiana retire, and Hamlin and Molly wait for the next more. They pUn to attempt aacapa In the darkneaa by way of a a-ully. Molly la wounded a...

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 June 1913

'- & ft M Af" "? 'y IK' L vl ". r PREPARING FOR WHEAT Much Depends on Method to li Used and on Se'ason. HOWTHIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH Under Irrigation Plowing Should Prtf rably Be Done In Fall, Followed by Dlek and Harrow to Con serve Moleture. Tho best preparation- of land foi wheat depends upon whether spring wheat or winter wheat la to bo grown and whether "Dry Farming" or Irriga tion, nays tho Colorado Farmer. Some thing will alno depend upon Reason and tho forwardness of the work. For Sprlnrj Wheat. Under Irriga tion tho plowing should preferably bo done In the full, except on lands sub ject to plowing. Following tho plow should como tho disk and harrow. This treatment may look unnecessary, but the better eotl and soil molsturo conditions resulting from such treat ment pay. The soil so trented Is com pact .and moist below and loose at tho surface, while the soil left as the plow turns It over Is more often dry and fluffy as deep as the furrow slice. In the first Instance there...

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 June 1913

SV- TT -. V?' fjv it i f H r MS r: H 16 8 i HIS WORSE NATURE it Is Each Man's Double and Be comes Harmless When Conquered. By ALTON EDWARDS. Nobody except tho Governor know that he had a double not even tho Governor's wife, who know htm, per haps, hotter than anybody cIbo. Tho two men resembled each other so com pletely that It would havo been Impos sible for their most Intlmoto acquaint ances to distinguish them. If thoro was any distinction, It wob that the expression ot character and slncorlty upon the faco of the state's chluf ex ecutive was replaced, upon tho faco ot the other man, b a certain furtlvo cunning. From his earliest cnrs Governor Haines had been engaged In a con stant fight against this man. Ho had Intruded Into his life, had placed him In Invidious positions, had, In general, committed actions which had noeded all tho governor's ability to nullify. And ho had followed him even to the executive chnmbor, blackmailing him, offering . npromlnes, threatening. Tho exccut...

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 June 1913

lfcl Ifvi - ' J L5i" t" nrnkvjMorTi m i, , -- 9 i ; tVTOM - 7 51. rrrt irv -. r tttimrpv t " - ;r 'fll J fV&ZtFBFmFt , U ' t v wi , 1 1 Farmers' ion "n; VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913 NO. 35 Champ c ,4- V : "' 1 News Notes EpitoHM of the Mart Important Happ inga at Home and Abroad FOREIGN. Alfred Austin, poet Laureate of Eng land Blnco 1896, died at London. President Hucrta issued a dccreo In conformity with the recent action of congress, fixing October 26 as the dato of the elections. - The world's altitude record for nn aeroplane carrying a pilot and a pas senger was brokon by Edmon Parroy on, who roso 16,386 feet at Due, France. Walter De Mumm, tho well known French sporting man.and Mlos Flor ence Scovllle, daughter of C. C. Sco villo of Seneca, Kan., were married at London. Aboycur, a 100 to 1 shott won the English derby and $32,500. A suftra get ran onto tho track aid seized the bridle of tho king's horse, Anmcr, and received Injuries from which bIio may...

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 June 1913

' jlmt ' 'f ' v1 ' pv V && t r 'I !M' Farmer's Champion i J. 8. SOULE, Publlihsr ELGIN, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES SHADOWS OF COMINO EVENTS. June 21-22 fceclnllst mlltig nt Okla homa Clly. Kept. 2-Oct. 4Oklnlinm IMate Fnlr. Oct. 26 Presidential election, Mexico. Wcnthorford Is, offering 1C ccntn por pint for flics. Norman litis dedicated a public parK to tho ii8o of tho children. Citizens of Old Jay propose to btilld a concrete, court housu by popular sub scription. According to tho Alva Times, tho bug world is holding a macs meeting it) that city. New kirk Is to hnvo a "whlto way," nnd nun tho money ready to pay for it when completed. Tho Poncu Courier says a Kny coun ty farmer has wheat six feet high, and tho heads are well filled. A Hastings farmer wna run over by a hinder; ono lung was pierced by a guard. Ho will recover, Tho I'ntils Valloy Free l.anco wants a municipal ordinnnco passed declar ing bill collectors n nuisance Tho Kcnotlck Dispatch boasts that every busin...

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 June 1913

sj? ws-tw r,- &' ' fV.' JrVT" .. - - WfJL T? Ti .."? irf.r? i - ' v. . 4 ' . f J ' -w,,- r -?'iv, ;- 'VJftjy -t -. v r i n " i'L i, ' i K' AA4U V It FIGHTS IN SECRET DIMOCRAT SENATE CAUCUS ON TARIFF MEASURE BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. . ROBS DEBATE OF INTEREST Only Two or Three Senator of Ruling Party Will Voice Their Objections in Public Material Changes Will Be Few. By QEOROE CLINTON. Washington. If .tho Democratic cau cut In the senate held for tho purpose of discussing tho tariff bill and of binding tho momboro to support it as a party measure, were not held be hind closed doors tho country prob ably would be given tho details of the most Interesting incident connect ed with tho present tariff debato in the senate. Tho Democrats, for what they say are adequato reasons, have declined to follow tho cxamplo which tho Progressives and later tho He . publicans set by holding open cau cuses. It Is very likely that the only thing really exciting in connection with tho tariff debato is the...

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 June 1913

fir?! fl"t. HT' , ife p M, i,e,'i ' r j'-gf .. w " - SWW'", Li ! 1 I 8 it c o p Ml ta 1 ! Farmers' Champion J. S. S0ULIJ, Editor and Publisher fnEEPEAJHJeSS -1'ROGRESSIVE Published F.sji Thursday Elgin, June 12 Entered ns second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elprin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SUMSCIUITION: One year 1 1.00 Six months. 50c No subscriptions taken for less than sit months. Your subscription has expired or a 111 expire with this Ittsue If there Is n cross (X on the margin opposite this notice. Auvtriiiamu nnico; .j Display ads, 12 1-Zcents per Inch for) each Insertion. Discounts given on large nds. Alt advertising matter run until paid and ordered out telephone no. 45. m-w:k-:w:K":x-k-m- For Next Attorney General' Lawton Oklahoma tured or have passed the danger period. ye advise those who have small grain to put their disc J harrows to work just as soon as ').r ov p is harvested and thus -a. i -,io moisture. Where you jean, foll...

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 June 1913

iffrt? ' (J V XtWMIMMIf 4 "y'.v, 'vr-Tr 1 , , ' t 1 "lVV tt A. '. I ISt- s5" 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. nieavcg 3:29 p. m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. m. Church Services METHODIST Preaching morning and night second and every fifth Sunday in the month. Sunday school every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. BAPTIST Preaching morning and night first and third Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. -:4 1 4 t v vt .;; Local News Items For Sale Cheap: One good folding bed; and one good couch. Dr. J. P. Gamble. A good five passenger automo bile for sale on time. Inquire at this office. (Advt. 3G-tf) J. E. Williams and John Short, of Sterling, passed through Elgin Monday on their way to Lawton. Mrs. J E. Weber left Tuesday morning for Glaston, Ohio, to visit with her parents some two or three months. Miss Sena...

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 June 1913

K7Z ' n-jrfrjr:" !WV L " ' " V ?-' fr -v rv " jr-r-yya I fc ' r te f MCXIY IDONMD A TAIX SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding aa liar poat near Fart Dodge, aeeka a man la Intercept hJa daughter. Molly, who U headed for the poat. An .'ndlan outbreak la threatened. r,Brlck" HaroUn. a ser seant who haa juat arrived with raee a&cea to McDonald, volunteers (or the muaton. Molly arriraa at Fort Ripley two dara ahaad or schedule. She decides to push on to Port Dodge by atace In company with "Butler Btlr Moylan. Oon ?.(. rambler, la alao a paseonror. Hamlin ir.eta the atace with atortea of dt;.redatlona commlttai by the Indiana. The drler daaerU the atace when Indi ana appear. The Indiana are repulsed In attacka on the atace. Moylan and Oonaalea are killed. Hamlin and Holly Plan to aecapt la the darkneaa by war or a sully. MoUy la wounded and Ham lin carries her. They croaa a river and Co Into hldlnc. The Indian dlacover their aacapa and atau pursuit, but co la the wrong direction. CHAP...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
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