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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 July 1913

?' l, K r FIGHTING THE DREADED FLY Housekeeper May Do Much Toward Getting Rid of This Deadly Men ace to Human Life. It has been demonstrated by physi cians and other experts that the com mon uouso fly carries typhoid gorms Therefore, It Is necessary that great caro bo tnken not to brood thom. Tho old adage "an ounce of preven tion U better than a pound of euro" may bo applied especially to file, for measures to prevent their coming can bo used moro effectively than methods for destroying thom after thoy arrive. Tho housekeopor should insist that not a drop of slop of any kind bo thrown about tho door, and that all sink-drains and cess pools be securely covered and that no open slop palls be allowed to stand near the house. Inviting a congregation of theso sum mer pests. Owners of country homes some times forget that tho manure pile is a nicnaco to tho health of the family, particularly is this tho caso when within easy reach of the dwelling. Screens ought to be placed In all tho win...

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

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 1913

't':-w''W"" - - . iff ' . S Farmers' Champion VOL. TIT. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THUHSPAY, JULY 31, 1913 NO. 42 P' ' V 1 As Told in a Few Words Good and Newsy Items of General Interest Con densed to Small Space FOREIGN. v Suffragette "arson souad" vet Are to a large unoccupied manslpn near Birmingham, England .and burned It to tho ground. The Pope has a strike on hta hands, the Swiss guards having walked out atter making numerous demands, which were refused. Hslung Hal Ling has been appoint ed premier of the Chinese cabinet to succeed Chao Ping Chun, removed by the constituent assembly. Fuklon proviance has seceeded from from the Chinese republic, according to a dispatch to the state department from Consul Fowler at Foochow. Sylvia Paukhurst, whose license has expired, dramatically defied the police b7 appearing at the Bromley town hall and made an inflammatory speech. Argentina republic's riflemen, who will compete In the International shooting matches at Camp Perry, O., the last week In A...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 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. — 31 July 1913

""ftoi W-. 5 fllHIIHHlUllUlHIHI HOPEVILLE'S BOOM Town Failed to Get the Railroad, but Prosperity Came An other Way. By QEORQE ELMER COBB. "We've misBed It I We're nothing but a way-back settlement now." Thus Jared Dross, of the board of trustees of tho neat, picturesque, but Isolated town of Hopevllle. "You mean the railroad baa missed us," corrected Phillip Dawes, presi dent of this same board of trustees. "Well, gentlemen, that shall not pre vent Hopevllle continuing to do It self proud, I trust, as a model village without a blemish." Very proud of the community ho had helped build up waB Phillip Dawes, and he spoko with enthusiasm. He had always predicted great things In store for Hopevllle. Never a village of fairer location and environment. A rare trout stream bounded one of Its limits, a dream of a lake bounded another. There were hills, dales and lovely undulating meadows, a thrifty i B Ikti town nponlft Ideal mornllv. social- ly and as to their municipal harmony. "Some day H...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 1913

Farmer' Champion 2. . S'.CX. ijfutiir uo3 rEblir.ber i&- KilebrEtnia TiL" TzcpfSiai to blj ttzi tbe i&lhers trobubJy rto as deny t:d'j3 j? tad archers of yoar -enEiTe ;ue a& -riiss titty ns srfT va i xni5 side ire tiesss&eiag iat cejiibrudan, t. -e Irarr: ibear- jroa 53 oat yua dans t-f rice. -J4r4&i-,r'r'f4i i-M-X-H. TZZL JXWELES& JUDSEESSTCE Pnbaiab&cl Zrer? Tbarsfay jrtyr butihs .sa3 raSpon steiies f or tbe idfe Eaa caflorea to l:mc Efisr. ' " 2vsrsr if atit isa't l aeU- EZgro, J air 31 ter. Tvtt:'t Jrt IKiL ic tae jiji.Scfc a.: Uir.t- Ociuoteci sailer lie Act J4fcro&&4. 1:??. Ctfit jeur . MIT tor aiwiiiiu W J5i nulusri;cuxu uifcts. Stc iem fiict tez atnnitiiL. irlD resiirt- -r'Aii tiia mwov iJ li'M u i. vrvui CC jt Si luu-pii wwum iu Sitetet. ihijfli:r ltfit, il' J 'ititaiu tr Snot Ue bd lziwrtiui. l.an.iru pi oil isn3J jiuit uuC irfif-si vie GreaJt Celebrt.tSo'a si Law-ton Tib xxfehre.'&vz. zz L&T-tos WecaeBSty. ia laesawrr ""eoeaiar"...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 1913

-ft 'W Railroad Time Table EAST HOUND No. 408 leaves 7:38 a. tn. No. 10 leaves 12:10 p. m. No 414 leaves 7:45 p. m. WEiBT HOUND No. 415 leaved 10:23 a. m. No. 9 leaves 3:22 p. in. No. 407 leaves. . . . . . 0:15 p. m. Church Services MKTIIODIST Preaching morning and night fourth and iery fifth Sunday in the month. Sunday school every Su'i. "t at 10:00 a. m. HAPTIST Preaching morning and night on the first Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 ti. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meetihg every Wednesday night. Local News Items : . :::::? ::: Master Willie "Lassley is on the sick -list. If you have chickens to sell, take them to Ribelin, Stone & Walker. (3-39-tf) Mrs. Byrd andlier son, Ewell, have gone to Tennessee to visit relatives and friends. S. A. Ribelin, of Blue Ml., Arkansas, has been in Elgin for several days on business. Department Commander Coffin left Monday morning for Enid and Jefferson to attend meetings of the G. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stack house, 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. — 31 July 1913

tA,B m I l IK 11' J I I I LW MOLLY IDONALD A RLE SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding an army oit near Port Dodge, seeks a man to Intercept hli daughter, Molly, who Is headed for the post. An Indian outbreak la threatened. "Brick" Hamlin, ser geant who haa juil arrived with ran sages to McDonald, volunteer for the million. Molly arrives at Fort lllpley two day ahead of ichrdule. She decide" to puih on to Fort Dodge by stage In company with "Sutler Bill" Moylan. Uon fain, a gambler, la alio a passenger. Hamlin meets tho stage with stories of depredations committed by the Indians. The driver deserts the stage when Indi ans appear. The Indians are twice re Sulsed. Hamlin and Molly escape In the arkness. Molly la wounded. Hamlin Is much excited at rinding a haversack marked c. fl. A. He explains to Molly that he was In the Confederate service and dismissed In disgrace under charges or cowardice. At the close of the war he enlisted In the regular service. He says the haversack was the pr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 1913

w k - r. k T MOST NUTRITIOUS FOOD UTTER'S USES OUTSIDE OF COM INATION WITH MEAD. Sheutel Be Freely Use) at Season ing and aa a Garnishing Various Flavora That May Be Added aa Dealred. The full value of butter, both aa an appetizer, aa a nourishing article of diet, as a seasoning and aa a garnish ing, la realized by very few cooks. Butter Is really one of the most valu able foods In the larder. It li not merely to spread chunklly on bread although It Is good enough there; It should be mado an Interesting part of the meals at which It Is served. In middle class French families the real value of butter Is better under stood than It Is here. Every morning the butter is left at the door, just as the milk Is; and It Is fresh, creamery butter, too, for tho most part always fresh Instead of salt The butter la then chilled and shaved Into wafer, like strips for breakfast, to be eaten with the rolls that form tho body of this meal. At luncheon butter Is fre quently served always daintily with...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 31 July 1913

"D'l r 1 1T I ! t ; PRODUCE FOR MARKET Several Important Points Proper Preparation. in Psrmsr Never Loses by Honestly Pack Farm Truck Each Peck- aga Should la Filled With tha Same Qrads Throughout. (By s. n. BHAW.) Packing la equally ns Important na any of the otht operations Involved In tha preparation of fruits and voge tablM for market. There aro acveral important points In connection with this work worthy of consideration, probably the most Important of which Is honesty. "Every grower's pack should be aa good ns his bond." Cue toinera want honestly packed goods and they are usually willing (o pny good prices for them. A grower never loses by placing honestly packed pro dace on anymarkct, be It at home or abroad. Each package should bo filled with the same grade throughout. If this Poorly Packed Potatoes and Cabbage Packed Too Loosely. la done the top may be "faced." "Fac ing" ia the arrangement of from one to three layers of fruit on the top, thus Increasing the attractiveness o...

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

'" fl. m?fWF -rrnrrT mmmmmmmmi Vu i-iS4 v v 1,H fc K Farmers' Champion VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913 NO. 4a 4b m jjs.- T News Notes i EpkoM of tk Mast laapsrtant Happamiagt at HoflM and Abroad I FOREIGN. Fivo days armistice was agreed on by the delegates from Servla, -Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria. Premier Karl-Staaf of Sweden, lib eral, on opening the eighth northern temperance congress, made an ad dress, In which he said he favored prohibition for Sweden. Charles Blsscll and Bernard Mc Donald, mine managers, held by Mex ican federals under sentence of death at Cttlhuahua, have been ordered re- lca3ct by the Huerta government. Mrs. Edith Rlgby, well known suf fragette, was sentenced at London to nine months at hard labor for setting fire to the country residence of Sir William If. Lever at Lancanshlrc, July 8, causing damage estimated at $100, 000. Venustlano Carranza, Mexican rebel chieftain, wired his Washington agents that ho would pledge peace in Mex ico...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

hv m. WV."j? ' LOIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHA M PION -y-T-T--y m-i I I1 Lfc! I Si, fci. &9 &KWm&r!ttljZ&tttJZC wwmtcmamcwmww Turviif lUTrn a nno I Ifr I HAN I rll m llllll I Ilk I nnilikUnUUU But Got a the Baby Which Best Canine Living. Beats y C. B. CRAWFORD. They were a lonely old couple Beth Earl was sixty and his wile, Ada. fifty-five. If ther had bad chil dren Uring they could hare faced t future aore hopefully But the lo. linen that had always encompasseo. them since their only bOj. Arthur, had died Is bab;bood, seemtd to be dosing In around them more tightly from day to day, like a tangible thine They owned their house In the til lage aad Earl's pension from the cor poration that had employed him for SO yean, small though It was. pro Tidtd them with the necessities of life- Siace Earl bed retired he had mooacd almlesLly about the gardea plot He had always looked forward to his lens holiday, to a life of lets ured ease, and now life seemed to cSfr nothing. Once, flTe ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

f "--Srtjp' jH'- - -.y; LOtWOlCL'A. FA rFr xv X A IN SUMMER MATERIAL LINGERIE DRESSES FASHIONED PROM WHITE COTTON VOILE. Hh Many Advirrrtagee Which Make It Approach tha Idaal for Hot Weath- ar Skatch Showa Pratty Em broidery Method. Some of the moat useful and charm Ins lingerie dresses are faahloned from fine, white cotton voile, which launders satisfactorily and wears fair ly well. Hand or machine needle work la a farorito trimming medium ai tike tha blousa and Attached to a aet foundation, Black or coral colored satin may bo uaed for the sash, which la tied la large loops at tho back. Washing ton Star. - "TUB" MATERIALS IN PLENTY Among tha Many Offsred There Ample Opportunity for Selec tion of Pretty Frock. la The tub frock has Included wash able voile In its tnnterlalB this sum mer, and that dear old fabric haa arisen from its ashes more delight fully useful and ornamental than ever, and makes tho prettiest frocks for those who want something fairly thin, washable, that will wea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

f f IT i KLG IN, OKLA I Farmers' Champion The Old Reliable J. S. Socix. Editor and Publisher s FAKMtlSCHAMl'lOW , - , ' "'ffiMH-4Ut 1 1 t ! b w f A a'iiK ' 'h h K: '3 tts ho h ? nTl hH I I f ? ir i : .. j. i. y .. : I j j I 3 iiuivri! sssf' ' niiivr? assis rEEE FZASZXaS progressive 5 Puhjjslied Every Thursday HfiB, Angust 7 Entered as second-class cat ter, December 3rd, 1912. at the icttofitee at Elgin, Oklahoma. under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. STBSCaiPTlO.N Os year . .. . . UA Six BOtttl . -5s No rottcripCieu takes fcr tet ttma tx BCSt&J. Toar sScripecs t erprrexS er IS expire wit tola Use rf tiers U a crcaa (X ca U surfia cyyccite tali ftctlce. ADVERTISING RATES: ClrpUy tiu IX Mceau jer Isei fcr act lzertic. IXwcu jire oe Ur ad. Ail a4Trtiit2f sitter ra . oxtfl said a&d ordered oct TCLCPHONE NO. S- - MHIII Hllttlllllllllllll Some, people are like a pet squirl in its revolving drum wheel plenty of motion and noise, bat never get anywhere. 0 ' We hare neither the time or H...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

-' o . r Tf!yf?Tttff iL6iti, 6k"LA. farmers champion Railroad TieaeTaUe - EAST BOUND No. 408 leaves 6:30 a. ni; No. 10 leaves 11520 p. nu WMTBdimb No. 9 leavel. ...;.. 1:08 p. m. No. 407 leaves. .,.:.. ?:15 P. m. .....Mwiiii."o'2i'i'M"W.'.iy Local News Item t444-H4 W&ttih Found: Owner can secure His lost watch by calling un E. Wert. Elgin, describing properity and paving for this no tice. (43-tf) Ed Buckley, Claud Wiggins, and Junior Pew went to Lawton Monday afternoon; ' C. flockbel, living east of town, pur chased a round trip ticket a few days ogu for Courtland, Arkansas. i Look over our Railroad Time Tabifi. Vpu will notice thai cjuite a charige w 11 be in force on and after Sunday the 10th. Mrs. McCarty, of Texarkana, Tex as, passed through Elgin a few days ago and her way to Sterling to visit with her sister, Mrs. 0. Scliook. The following Elglnlies were pas sengers on the Frisco Tuesday morn ing, all bound for the great celebra tion at Lawton: Mr. and Mrs. V. Walling, Joh...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

u v v-i:" KLGIM. OKLA. FA1MEM CHAMHOM .vi ;i m I r i Hi II i If ill; ?'l ai Molly McDonald fiy. a mix or tml ikonter a taix D SYNOPSIS. Ve'er Merr:alt eomcianil - at array pott near Fcrt Vvist, ' & rsa to fcl.ept hi dauhter. Ma-r w&o btdd for the rot. A ItvJ.- o .'break ! li-.Ttt-U-r. ft. ereat "Br k Hmatla nr. the mc In which Mor t traTel lr. Thr are attacked iff ItitJ 3 Hamlin and Molly eease tn the dirksM Haralln tli Mollr 1" wa 4jttarl from the Confederate rrlee 'a -1 " .-vJ at th clatM of the war er'.uterf la the rrular array He rpt ne f4 Ula L Kerr of betas: reaponntite for hit 21rac. Troop appar aol jjhW rt of Lieut Gaakln IT, .r tart to lofa her father Hamlin laei to tKt hla rtclmciL !! returc to F'jr &! after a uramer of '..rntln IrJiant and nrxlt Mollr there Shot are hear-1 la the rjht, Hamlin rt)tht oat, i what he teller It the f.Tre of Malir fcbtlnt; In the darfcneaa and fall oer the bod? of fJeutenant Oaiklna. who aec-i Hamlin of abootlnc him. The erar.t Pro...

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

3!, , ( ,ifaj' u .r -'i , VM-Jt t o' ILOIN,.0 KL A. FARMEXl.CHAMMON V 1 L V &tjff 3LVn ! V? J. . W&- S ;tA. & K. OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTE MAOOWS OF COMINO 1VKNTS. Alia;. 7-, Watermelon Carnival, vfinsni. Aua II, n. I. Ry. Silo TrainElk City, Hydro, Bridgeport ahd (Wry. Ajui. is-ii Oklahoma State Federatlo or Labor Convention. Muakosee. Au. lg-23, street Fair, Thomas. Au. i, n. i. jiy. Silo Train Mangum, Granite, Lone Wolf, Hobart, Ootebo, Mountain View, Carnegie and Fort Cobb. Aua 20, n. I. Ry. Silo Train Verden, Anadarko, aracemont, Blnarr, Lookeba, Xilnton, areenneld afid Watonga. Aujr. 21, R. 1. Ry. silo Train Home stead. Husk, Cleo Spring, Aline, Augusta, Lambert, Ingersoll anT Alva. Aug. 22.33, Dig Pasture Settlers. Re- uuiuii, ttrannneia. Aug. 22, R. i, Ry. gilo Train Drift wood, Amorlta, Henfrnw, Med ford. Jefter on. Pond Creek, Kremlin and Rnld. Aug. 33, R. I. Ry. silo Troln Ullioma, Meno, Rlngwood, Okeene. Hitchcock, Cal umet and El Reno. , Aug. 25, It. I. lly. silo T...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 August 1913

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

v wr- V S ,, f, 9 -. . tl Farmers' Champion VOL. III. KM. IN, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 191 NO. 44 ?; As Told in a Few Words Good and Noway Item of General Interest Con denied to Small Space FOREIGN. Tho traders' federation has called off the proposed general strike- of , ljL miners In South Afrlcn. Twenty-two coal miners perished In r Arc In tho Mavis Valley pit of tho (ladder collletles in Scotland. Tho bodies wcro all recovered. Tho family of Ex-Prcsldent Castro of Venezuela embarked at TenerlfTp, Canary Islands, on tho German steam er Wasgenwnld for Havana. An aviation pupil named Brooks was killed when tho tucl tank of his aero plane exploded aftor .in abrupt land ing at the Jobannlsthal aeroplane near Berlin. Tho Chlncso government vlll bo un able, owing to financial difficulties, to furnish the funds necessary to support tho Chlncso exhibit st the Panama- Pacific exposition. Japan has opened a vigorous mili tary campaign against 1:0,000 savages of tho Island of Formosa, ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

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