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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 June 1913

?? w - 0 A. ,v- W' ht -. t. I V J- Vr 2 .uT, ' J W - 1 ? -vv, 'vf fls;.i"'vv L. i . - "v,.' J & - .1 he teNAHONAL ShNMrsamtL Lesson fBjr E. O. SELLERS. Director of Evening Department, Tho Moody Dlbto Institute, Chicago.) EXPERIENCE OF MOTHERHOOD Advice to Expectant Mothers LESSON FOR JUNE 15 JACOB BEFORE PHARAOH LESSON TKXT-Oen. 47:1-13. QOI.DEN TEXT-"To them that lovo Rod all th'nK work together for good." rtom. 8:3, It. V. I. Joseph and Jacob, vv. 1-6. Jos eph's mooting with his nged father is a beautiful picture. Again Judah comes Into promlnonce as a sort of ambassador in leading tbo old man Into this now land and to present him before his son, who now Is exalted so highly among tho rulers of the earth. In this bo Is a prophecy of that day when tbo descendants of Jacob shall gather beforo Him "whom they pierced" Joseph does not await their coming but "went up to meet thorn" (46:29) as they passed through the provlrco of Goshen. It Is true that Jacob and Ills sons camo to Egy...

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 June 1913

VI. m TV ' .-' 'iQ' 3 L-!" , . "- fl 12- .tff' IV k f 3 if IGr l l I r $. r I V t r 1 f In. I t 1 s 1, I 1. WINDMILL FOR LIQJIT POWEII One Shown In the Illustration Wl'l Al ways Face the Wind and Never Require Adjustment Tbo windmill shoun In tho sketch is one that will always face tho wind, and nerer requires adjustment, says a writer In the Populnr Mechanics. It consists of r verticil shaft, A, pro Tided with a number of nrms, Ii, on which nre hinged square dalls, C. These sails are preferably made of wood frames covered with canvnB. DAHLIAS GAIN FAVOR Center of Floral Attraction at Agricultural Fair. Flower of Today Has Much More of Grace Than Did Earlier Types Many Things In Culture to Urge to Its Success. tow or t I f w Light Power Windmill. They ore provided with hinges, D, at tached to tho ends of tho arms In such a way that they offer resistance to tho wind on ona side of the wheel, whllo they move edgewise against tho wind on the other side, as shown. Tho shaft of the mill ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

ixmwl&f4''- x. u,, .l ggJJBJBS RWf'V'P PiPPPfp fi &-, V-j r . - '"" v 5 jSs art tl Farmers' Champion VOL, III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913 NO. 36 V As Told in a Few Words Good and Newsy Item of General Interest Con dented to Small Space FOREIGN. Alfred Austin, poet Lnureato of Eng land since 1896, died at London. President Huerta has deposed Gen, Mondrapon and appointed Gen. Ulan' quet minister of war. Professor Vincont of the Valdegrace .Military hospital, Paris, Is credited with having discovered a serum which prevents and cures typhoid fever. Aboyeur, a 100 to 1 shot, won the English derby and $32,500. A suftra. get ran onto the track and seize i"'e bridle of the king's horso, Anmer, ami received Injur t from which she may1 die. Manitoba and Saskatchewan are lit erally burning up under the intense heat that has prevailed during the last few days. Unofficial reports from tho southern part of theBe two provinces say the drouth may have a deleterious effect on t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 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. — 19 June 1913

,T f'.- ft.io'-'rf w, - " i!5 Ar.fHjf'Tvff! rv 1" . f -Jl !' 1ST BE ON HAND DEMOCRATIC SENATORS KEPT IN WASHINGTON DURING THE TARIFF DEBATE. NO PAIRING IS PERMITTED Cengrsaatoaal Campaign Committer to Be Reorganized 80 at to Aid In the Election of 8enatora aavWell M Representative. By QEORQE CLINTON. Washington. Tho fact tht tho Democrats have auch a alight major' Ity In tho senate has resulted In what may bo called an order that no upper house members of tho dominant party fchall louvo Washington during tho tar iff debate for any protracted period. Tho Domocrats want to have their full strength on hand so as not to he obliged to depend upon nbsenteca "pairing" with Republicans. Under certain conditlona a pair can be bro ken and this would bo dangerous to a party in control by a Btnall majority. Not long ago a commission was ap pointed whose duty It was to bo to go -abroad to study certain agricultural conditions, and on this commission there were several senators. Ono of them was e...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

y-jr F--jjS". $ "f V 1 s A -A . I a 5t U l V ' M '.'1; Farmers9 Champion " u T1? r one and all a better understand- J. S. SOULK, Editor and Publisher FREE FEARLES8-PROGRESBIVE Published Every Thursday Elfin, June It Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. BUBSCIUPTION: One year 11.00 Six months 60c No subscriptions taken for leu than lx months. Your subscription bas expired or will expire with this Issue if there Is a eross (X on the margin opposite this notice. ADVERTISING RATES: Display ads, 12 l2centa per Inch for ach insertion. Discounts siren on large ads. All adrertlslnt matter run until paid and ordered out TELEPHONE NO. 45. HHIIWI! 1 1 1 1 II H -I I it"!' For Next Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN . Lawton Oklahoma fng and appreciation of each other and our community inters. ests, and thereby redown to the general uplift and the making of a greater Elgin, Preud of Elgin Com muni ty Never were we...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

' .' Jfygo tolS,rinijuf 3- N Railroad Time Tabic EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves 12:10 p. ton 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 leave 9:15 p. m. )Mwwww MVWWVWVNMMMAA 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 on the first Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. - - - m.mmmm big capital letters. It promises to be the biggist and most enter taining celebration ever held in this part of the State. A speaker of well known abil ity and State-wide reputation will be the "orator of the day." All kinds of amusements are be ing arranged for, from the least to the greatest-something for everybody. It promises to be a great red-letter day long to oe remembered. Watch next week's paper for pro...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

-15 rV" at in i feM m 11 M fK. . V In m MOLLY MCDONALD A TALI SYNOPSIS. Ma.Vjr McDonald, corusas&ar aa mar poat near Tort Dol. ek a jnaa to Interest hl daucbtar. M -- r. w" l blM for lh poat. An Ir-dlaa outbreak 1 threatened. "Brick" HaxrJla. r Cjit wto nai lut arrlrel with toe aa- to MeDoruJl. volucteM lor tie million. Hollr arrlva t F Rlrlr two dan ahead or achcdule. sit Je4e to puah oc to Fort Dodc by tae la company witn SutlT -BUI" Moytaa. Ooa aal. a rambler, la al a paacjrr. HaraUa cwsta tfc ttag with ftoiict ot dtpredatlon committed br tb Indiana, "file driver deaerla tne tae when Indi ana ai'tjLT The Indlaci are rerulMd la attack! on the itace. Morlaj; and Oonzalea are killed. Hamlla aad MoUr i plan to evcar-f In the darkseti br war , of a r-!lf MoUr 1 wotscded aad Han- . 11a carrit her Ther croi a rtver aad o Into hid Inc. The Indiana discover tntlr eacape a&J -tart purasli. bat eo la the wrooc direction. Hamlin It rroeh txrited at andlnc a hareraack marked C 3. A. H...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

'Viffr p -v.,.,. ' c. r 0V: &t W ! t GARDEN FOR DRY FARM Land Should Be Plowed Deeply in Strips Five Feet V.'ide. Before Planting, Dead Furrows Should e Qlven Extra Plowing and Some Leaf Mold or Humua From Cattle or Sheep Corral. Tho correct principle In (his domes tic branch of rl-- farming Ib: To provldo molsturn for Ihe rows of vege tables In tho dry fnrm garden by drainages from tho adjoining soil sur faces. Wo nil know how eaBy It Is even on tho dry farm to ralso flowers, plauts, creepers, etc., In little beds around tho houso and, under tho drip from tho roof; thin drnlnngo from tho roof provides precipitation from a Inrgcr area than tho plant could other wise receive, honco It gets moro than Its shore moro than Its shnro would bo In tho field. This Is tho prlnclplo wo apply to tho garden; for a few feet of space moro or less mado llttlo difference, and moro spneo menus moro molsturo, especially when wo show how all the water which falls on this spaco can bo drained direct...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 June 1913

'it ir-WJUTE iEnfflnSWmKfLM1'' "e'Tlgts: m A, MfHJBI Eaat.au) " - UP MMt MTU u 111 X IWodemi drrtwr imiements Ssvei ) Hard Work. rmwit' SMrrtwtj cf Us- Sail Omi r Toiwmj Kcee-$ fxr-tx Siptup, wiml "con a Vi 3ra In Pitrerfxlrej, 'tr 3W9SB f -w W rrotir pswietj ptacfr wtrr :Jti!rjraar j tots? earrtal os fBTti One tits. Tbr n xct of veetxWe at vxrtiiux sects arja ojrti" ar fores of gums, waa txd. rail- Ifcst Us swrcslstsc rr ii 'fcter taxx. t was all sixd jJxrf' JVc bifu. oaxtltT- .a -fc sexscc -h 'AoSem Pstita Ssray-err !axns caltlnuor v&x. ssvtS ir; j 7tStK' ! Ot 9UC Jill. St&P 34 '8 sxsr 9fri? tfce ni taatid - ntla ofb -aR. tti?n -rT les4r :i)g ii xsl5 fbhlp scwJ Ixbirtosutr SB4-'ii"d. tiI Bttnr fU,r Tnrs awris Traltlnj; ' tb!r turn auwt ta ai p5( 3 pksz st i rows -WJ -mx rtdrn:Ir atua- A ?ct -tj- ?w sad; six -Jjj cos(SltIw!, tsJl1 a :t w a uirr -arur cJiujawd' -wtto -rfx Wt b' gsoj? "7ii fttviipst irtlrrtw: ar te mil wos!1 !wr ituai ajon -mrant iiiJni; th pJinta ?mnlns aad ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

1ffi'ir)&jp v KS vrbi wl$J s" t. ' :. t k rt.r.;, -. v wt -u-j,),!. q Farmers' Champion i VOL. III. At Told in a Few Words Gmoi aad Nawsy It of Gaaaral Inters Cmh leased to Small Spec) FOREIGN. Alfred Austin, poet Laureate ot Eng land sine 1896. died at London. The Kelo, Japan, university baseball team defeated the nine ot Loland Stanford, Jr., university by a scoro of 6 to 1. Dispatches from various loluts la outheastern Europe Indicate that the earthquake reported from Sofia was widespread. Quecu Victoria ot Spain has her sixth baby, a son. The royal couple have been married seven years and three weeks. At the world's conference of the Young Men's Christian Association at Edinburgh, Turkey and Bulgaria Joined in tbo alliance of the thirty four other countrfes, and their dele gates were received together on the platform amid wild enthusiasm. Lieut Egan Kruger, airman and am ateur Jckey, after wining a horse race at Magdeburg, entered an aeroplane and flew to Berlin, a distance ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

IS ""rc hap Farmers Champion UBERTY m . . OVt-C - TM IXGCC. ocoaoEi Ones OMAIKMU NEWS NOTES JT &'W9r"" THE OLD I sWsSBBsWfcBBHslsBSSij3Hilwis3Bs3BBBBB I 4 BSBBHHHH I l l l M -, YKBSBBB7t A bFbBPI WIT- 4 I, Vi. i ( I it i i. i i- f i i i m J.T 1-JtC. 2CUAUt. SkflaiC 2rat. Jltr.. 2I-2S 02i3iwni Steve TV&enCiHr 4 IaJat Oitstsctu&. 2CtiwJ- 2Si It Carter-ins C-SJS . Xt-Orl. 4.H.bifnn, itui Fir As U-U rataax Cb; TcSr. Tret- - t'tZ 3ur54ftie Jlt5ms ?-C6. a-Jt 5DMiflir Oner Tira- -F-1C 5Ht 2r-r O-bshj fife. 3CUL- ruts. -jL ;C- XtiCJms Ctaytr 2"jr f-. It-SJ eias CovtfiT Txr. JZt. Orr frsc ic-j eiM Oflutar i"tfir. t- f3 It-tt rr. " Aal. lt-r ywu? Owacy J"tir -u It-Si Ktttftrtrx Octser Tx3r. , S". Jt-W Pteit-vtAicSit Owsatr T2r. S'ilfclrM. C 3&-SS I&irct La-te Owsurr ?" 7i7 &ri -Sia2 crs iV" TS PCTaaT Sur vMi c-f a Ri Ork s Irtiri; ra r:r aS USrf IT i SSy i$&fA rpttixl irris. 71 FTnt f tlivsAl last c! AJ. ca ' that h tj ta iM In tUT3 Oilabcaw." JcJy 4. Aa ncha?! rea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

,,,. IV' l w ( ' ' 1 ' ; K A MAN OF SYSTEM DiMipKnt Wat Hit Rule, but One Can't Prevent Young Folks Being Natural. y ALVAH JORDAN QARTH. "You are a pretty bard old task--Matter, Adam Drill, and you can't make babies of your chlldron forovor." "I'm a man of syiitom, Aaa Dunn. ,1 bring my children up on a strict, right basis, and if anybody wants to dispute It, I'm hero to protect ray mothods not forgetting that, man and boy, for forty yours, I havo been the champion wrestler, boxer and sprinter of tho county," and the speak er put up a sample arm that a blacksmith might have envied. "No, no, friend Adam!" laughed his nearest neighbor, retreating promptly. "None of that for mo! I know your prowess too well. Only I think you draw tho line too tight with those two children of yours. Not but that both are. tho finest In tho town. Morton Is a model young man, and as to Lu ella, I-cnvy tho man who gets her for a wlfo." "That will be some time ahead, If I havo anything to say about It," de ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

! Rjrj, '?', W kJP S i ,T" t 1US fit. w iiift I ;I- I & Farmers' Champion ana tarming -neignbornoods ot nope, mis is an age 01 aavanc- tfc surroundinc- emintrr will ed thought, and more thinking ..v,,..;,.;-, r,, -,i " ,.,,.. is done than ever before men t q m pi VnWfcVor T - ?i ? dare to think now. Light-more J. S.SOULE. Editor and Fablisher seperate division is expected to jjg, g watchword." s carry an appropriate banner at Foar million copies of The .$..;...: - A.4.,.4.fi':ftt.4;.. FREE FE.KRLES3 FP.OGBESSTYE Published Every Thursday Elfin, June 26 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912. at the ccstornce at Elgin. OJdahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1ST9. SUBSCRIPTION. Oao yen 11(4 Six esesUL . . - Vc No blptica.s ttiea for 1m tiia ill ccati. HU expire 1th t!u Uiwe U iir H a trw (X oa the csargta o?;ii:e K3i ADVERTISING RATES: DtoyUr adf, II 1 Icpsu pr iaeh fo? mcJi iasrtioa Diwats rfrra oa Isrs ajK All aSTUtey saUct raa udJH jM asd ordered eet TELEPHONE NO. 5....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

&', vj vpS.' ' v V -JX- tt;c &' . ftp-? "rt v r, Wi' ' .- -3fv; K Railroad Time Table EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves 12:10 p. in. No. 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WEST BOUND No. 415 leaves 9:23 a. m. No. 0 leaves 8:29 p. m. No. 407 leaves. . ... . 0:15 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. 1UPTIST Preaching morning and night on the first Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Local News Items Garden beets for canning pur poses for sale, at $1.00 per bush el. W. G. Sorrel, route two, six mile south of Elgin. (3-37-tf) Let each and every citizen mar, woman or child, consider themselves a committee of one to "boom" the coming Fourth of July celebration. If there be a disloyal "kicker" in our midst, bang the contemptible traitor on top of the north pole of your most frigid opinion o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

K'i - - V J'fL s . O' J& '' vi ii tw O s ! .' Wi , '1 ' Maitv McHViNArri I A vox SYNOPSIS). Major McDonald, commanding an army pott near Kort Dodge, seeks a man to J-Jtercept Mi daughter, Molly, who Is head! for the post. An Indian outbroak li threatened. "Ilrlck" Hamlin. ser geant who haa Just arrived with mes sages lo McDonald, volunteers for the mission. Molly arrive at Kort lllpley two days ahead of achcdulo. She decides to push on to Fort Dodgo by stage In company with "8utler Hill" Moylar.. Don sales. a gambler, la also a passenger. Hamlin meets the staco with stories of depredations committed by tho Indians. The drlyer desert the sing when Indi ans appear. The Indians are repulsed In attacks on the stage. Moylan and Gomales are killed. Hamlin and Molly plan to escape In tho darkness by war of a gully. Molly Is wounded and Ham lln carries hor. They cross a river and go Into hiding. The Indians discover their escape and start pursuit, hut go In the wrong direction. Hamlin ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

.tfti V vjv-' :-Mti?' '4 . , TASTY SCRAP DISHES HASH BKTTIR THAN ROASTS WHEN PREPARED PROPERLY. May Irwin, tha Actress, Tails How to Cook Meats and tha Victuals That Hava Saen Lsft Ovsr From Meala. That the fastidious should took with distrust, If not disgust, upon tho hotel or roBtaurant mado hash or ragout, or stow, or minced dish, Is qulto with in my understanding and sympathy. Out It Is quite different In tho well regulated homo. My husband and eons, writes May Irwin, who nro rather spoiled as far as tho things of tho tablo aro concern ed, enjoy hoof stews and roast beet hash better than tho original roast Fricassee chicken, when properly pre pared, Is much better than roast chicken. Spaghetti, when wnrmed over, is twenty times better than when first cooked. How seldom wo cat a really well cooked dish of spaghetti! This Is becauso It Is not thoroughly cooked. Supposo It Is Tuesday Ironing day. If there Is In your pantry or Ico box the skeleton of last night's roast chick en you ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 26 June 1913

v 'f'-nj 1 j,-i f, , tij Tff jny . V 1 J I . i & I I f- TO IT , ONE OF WORST WEEDS Quack Qratt It Propagated by Stems and Seeds. Smothering by Plowing and Thour ugh Bar Cultivation It Beat Meane af Indicating Peat Thrives In Rich Soil. Farmers should atudy weeds, learn how they should grow, when they ma ture seed, whether they como from the seeds or from roots each year, In what soil they thrlvo best, and many simitar feature of weeds. Then the question of eradication would bo more easily solved. A weed In most com monly known when It Is In flower or la fruit. Very few persons know weeds when they first come up. Know the weeds at every stago and condi tion. Start with a few of tho worst kind and gradually extend your ac quaintance. When you know the weeds, learn the methods of eradica tion. Quack grass, which la one of tho worst seed posts, flowers during tho latter part of Juno and ripens Its seede In July. It Is propagated by Qusck Grass. Showing the entire Plant System, Both ...

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

rs&& w, e" eKK'jyH?-ft N ,? :. M , , A& vi '"""jit ., -,-rW; -- t- w Farmers' Champion TKCPT. VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913 NO. 39 l& m ht IH K: ' As Told in a Few Words Good and Noway Itoma of GmwiI Interest Con (.used to Small Space) FOREIGN. L. D. Dols, consul for Cuba at tho port of Mobile, has accepted the place or consul general for Cuba with head quarters at New York. Four civilians were killed and fifty were injured In a mllnlght riot con nected with the gold m ners' strike at Johannesburg, S. Africa. Chihuahua Is In a desperate situa tion, surrounded by 2,600 rebels. The federals dally indulge In cannon Arc, throwing shells into the surorunding tils. The grand prix-de-Parls, the rlchcBt prize In tho racing world, was won by M. B. De Saint Mary's bay colt Bru leur, which two weeks ago finished third In tho English derby. Mount Vesuvius, for the first time since 1906, shows signs of eruption. Flames were observed shooting from the main cra...

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

i Farmer's Champion I J. 8. 80ULE, Publisher ELGIN. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES HADOWS OF COMINO EVENTS. July 2.1-J9 ciiatilntmua nt lllackuell. Ati.8 Klown, (.'oniiiinnrlip. opening celebration at llotmrt awl Ijiwtnn. All. 18-22 Oklnlwnm Hlato Federation ef Labor Conventlcsi, Muukugeo. Kept. 8-13 Ilium HprliKfa Carnival. Kept. 15-10 ruttawalomle County l'nlr. rlhawnco. Sept. i Celebration of openlnc of Chrrokeo Strip at 1'eriy Sept. 2.1. Oct. . Oklahoma State l'alr, Sept. 29-Oct. 3-IIornu Show at State Fair. Oct 6-11 Mtiskncco Talr. Oct. 16-18 Peanut Carnival, Duncan. Oct. 26 PrcHlurnllal election. Mexico. County Falre. Aug. 11-16 Tillman County Fair, Frel rlck. . Sept. D-12-Ok.iko County Fair, raw luiMka. Sept. 9-12 N'orthwriitorn Oklahoma Fair, Woodward. Hept. 10-1.1 Klngfldher County Farm era' Institute! ami Fair, Klntsllshcr. Bept. 1013 Clrecr County Fair. Man Riim. Sept. 18-17 Caillo County Fair, Ana flarko. Sept. 16-18 McClnln County Fair. Purrell. HP. 16-19-neckham County F...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
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