ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Farmers' Champion Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,268 items from Farmers' Champion, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,268 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

" s t-jxsiw t m m , mm k mm . Km i - - I r W afiSes''."' t DLL CARRIED ft r TWO TO ONE MAJORITY FOR THC RAILROAD CLAUSE; SCHOOL TAX QUESTION SAFE. -? PLUCKY FIGHT WON BY MINKS PROPOSITIONS Uncle 6am Can Gauge Horsepower of Human Body WASHINGTON. If you want to know your exact horsepower and the amount of energy you can gen erate under any given condition, call ob Profeaaor Langworthy at the chemistry bureau, department of fe . . rlculture, and he can give you the aa fjPr awer. He can register your horse power aa easily as the engine manu facturer rates his engines. To Professor Langworthy the hu man body Is but a machine. He Is the chief of division of nutritive in vestigations, and solves the problems of food vnluo. Like any other en gine, the human body has a maxi mum capacity of bo many foot pounds of energy, and to generate this, a cer tain amount of fuel in the form of food la necessary. Doctor Langwor VNMWWWWW "Jawbreakers" Cause Much Laughter in Senate WHEN Henry M. Rose, ass...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

f ELGIN, OKLA, FARMERS CHAMP16M 1. !' I: Farmers' Champion J. S. Souix. Editor and Publisher Lawton Celebration Great insinuating and weak "comeback." FREE FEARLESS - PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday El$in, August 14 The great three-days' celebra tion at Lawton has come and gone and is now a matter of his tory. It was great1 by far the oirer carefully and note which is the most manly. We always I y pity the man or paper driven in-. -f to a eoraer, and being unable to make a saahr defence falls into ' r surprisingly - v-.H.n.:HfHW!'.4.uf Read them ; -l-w m. m m -rr w mm i X most spectacular occasion of the saA odpained aod silly week- kind "efr "patted or hi she nesc a? shown by the News and, State- Great crowds ware titer : Star in this instance. I Entered as secrrd-ciais mat- doubting op daily oatS the test. andertheAetof March 3rd. 1S79. people were areseiK. S CBSCRIFTION - On jear SIN Six cooti-i Mc No sulscrijciocj taie Jar Iws taox tx ccszJLi. Tcwr satsertattos Soj erred 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. — 14 August 1913

Slgin, okl ,-w . - A. FARMERS CHAMPION ? -W-i-V-f "! t,(. V r No. No. No. No. Railroad Time Table mm EAST I10UND 408 leaves G:30 a. m. 10 leaves 11:20 p. m. WEST BOUND 9 leaves 1:03 p. m. 407 leaves. .,. .. 9:15 p. m. Church Services METHODIST Preaching morning and night fourth and every fifth Sunday in the ntonth. Sunday school every Sunday at 10:00 a. in. HAn'IST Preaching morning and night on tho first Sundays of the month. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Monument For a Town Is Grit V i in . Push Roost Energy So hools Churches Al orali ty H armony 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; lire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

uk'a-, v'itrltr51rlnrl,: Iff ft'bttTH r it hf U H MQILY IDONALD A TALI By YNOPSIS. J Major Mcrenald, r.vnmtrilitr ar. areir rot Mar Fwt TVvlre. iw-f-Va a man to lolerceM hit daacMrr N! ha S tiJa for tin tvwt. An ra.anoub-. m,,i, trvi!) - u threaton. Serrrattt tTMt the l!u in v-ntrti Mfi .T tf They ar attarVisl t-r Tn3lan and Hamlin anj Molly erpe In tb fiarVrrta Hamlin tall Mealy he - atc)rrJ from the Cosrcs3frat e-tice la dlacrace and at th clni or the ar elt:d In the rocular armj He tuTr,ti ne i.'ir tata 1 rrr of tolr.c rertiallle for hit dirk. Troop appear ri4 under -rort of IJent. OttUm MVx Hart to fctn her fathw Uamtt.x )avej to -ej&tn i rtmnt He murw to Fort TVvSce finds MtClr tli.rft. Shots are t.earj In the titst. HajnMn mahe out whit WByiE 111 HB K 4lMM ff?a tn O&rkuM and taJIt cfT in body of lae c Vat " Plrl had ja hits fe Untaat Gaaalna -bn arcjt HaroUn cretlj and had raalthed xrhfle he u tnnooant . .c Molly ta company 1ta dM'ertCK to tarn aside Mrs, Da Mra. Dup-v...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

Vjr 'V.JF"Www -,- OMAHQMA NEWS NOTES SHADOWS OF COMING EVtNT. aV. li'U1 street ". Thomas. -AuJi H-M Oklahoma state Federation A,.c?.nv.,n,,on Muskosoe. rSH?.: " ic ' "' Sll Train Elk City, wii8' nl0'1 Clinton. Weatherford, o"F,- ".,. I. Hy. silo Train Mangum, a.nJ.,!i k?ne "'oil, 1 lobar t, Ootebo, Mountain View, Carnle and Fort Cobb. aAV- .20, " ' Silo Train Vcrden, m?. koA Oracemont, Ulnger, Lookeba, Hlnton, Greenfield and Watonga. .tAV'i.81'. ".' "' sll Train Home. !.,! HU8k' c,co Hprlnga, Aline, Augusta, r?.br. Inuersoll nnd Alva. uftH!' cVraMd" ra8lUre ""' "' -AV-.22' . I.'Hy. Silo Train-Drift- """ rnorua, itenrrow, Medford. Janer BLQ1N, OKLA. F AKMIRI CHAMPION WOMAN TOOK FRIEND'S ADVICE And Found Hlth In Ljdia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. IOn. Pond ?riifib tti.m'll. mwA 1.-,l.l tAur?.3' ' ' "' SI'" Train I,aliomn, Mtnp, nir.gnpod, Okecne, Hitchcock, Cal umet and Kl Itano. Auf 25,' u- ' llY- Silo Train Stecker, Apache, Lav, ton, Chattanooga, Oerontmo, Walter, Templo nn-l Ha...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 August 1913

- VSi"-" I j a, i tf ' r H' v r r- P'f HITTHEWRONGMAN How the Making of a Black Eye Brought Happiness to Two. y JAMES HALL. Collins was In a very uncomfortable frame of mind as ho Journeyed down town in the Subway. Ho hil been un employed for nearly two months and was fast approaching tho end of his resources when ho answered tho prom ising advertisement In tho newspaper. An Invitation to call wns tho rcsponso, and Collins was almost certain that his application would bo "turned down." ' The reason for this pcBBlmUtlc con clusion was that both tho adveitlsc ment and tho letter especially stated that the advertiser wanted a "clean cut" man. Collins did not know what a clean-cut man was, but ho had alwayB associated tho phrase In his mind with the mental picture of ono of thoso tailoring advertisements that appear so lavishly In tho periodical press, wherein a youth of aristocratic bear ing and classical build Is Bhown, cano In hand, dressed In clothes that havo evidently been moulded...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

v-'- p" . v - .' b.w , i vra r 'm v-Ajairwr- jr. Tv --" "&." J. it J'ajS.Vl!.J ..J. '3T 9U 7- ':2 'IP f Farmers' Champion w,- -'-vi'1 VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 19181 NO. 45 , iPQpjgqepiFi"1 t" y?p'tv,- , B f LUNCH HE GR9ES IT PAULS VALLEY 200 MASKED MEN TAKE VICTIMS FROM DEPUTY AND SHOOT ING FOLLOWS. t MURDER CHARGE A6AINST I0TH Had Just Been Taken from Ardmore Jail and Were on the Way te Paul's Valley for the Preliminaries. ' Pauls Valloy. Two negroes whiles being brought to I'auls Valley from Ardmore for preliminary hearings on" charges of manslaughter, were taken' from Deputy Sheriff Will Buckholts, at the edge of town and lynched by a mob of 200 masked men, mostol whom are believed to have been faTm era. The negroes after being taken from the officer were turned loose In tho road and shot to death. The two lynched men were Sanders Franklin, whq killed A. a. Alrington. a white man, at a negro picnic on July 26, and Henry Ralston, who shot David VanneBs, ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

: )$ yi ELGIN, OKLA. KARMERS CHAM PION I? t it.. ) ,: 4i,K GROWING TRUCK CROPS Three Acres Devoted to Sash Gardening Is Profitable. reat Car Should Exercised, In Gathering, Packing and Marketing of Vtgatablta In Order to Secure Fancy Prices. (By W. It. BEATTIK.) In certain localities whero tho cli mate la mild, auch crops as pnrsloy, lettuco. radishes and beets can bo grown during tho winter months It provision Ib mado for protecting thu plants during the few periods of freezing weather. Tho cheapest form of covering Is cotton cloth or un bleanched muslin. In other localities, arrela of parsley, showing method of packing with block of lee In the center of each barrel. whero the climate Is too sovoro for growing crops under cloth protection, cheap sash filled with glass aro effect ive Cheap hotbeds, constructed In long lines with plank sides, may bo profitably employed for forcing vege tables for the market In tho neigh borhood of largo cities, whero an abundance of manure for heatin...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

sf'MrET fcl! . .., ... - ,-, ? i y ."r ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ' TAKE Tuffs Pills The flrat ease Men aitettirles the rnvslid, remtar Num a4 ssBa await. PrCe. tf eta. W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 34-1913. Haw Knows Everything. Willie Paw, hat is n secret? Paw Anything two women do not know, my son. Cincinnati Enquirer. Sfrs.Wlnslow'a toothing Bvrap for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma tlon,allajrs palo,curee wind coilc,Xc a bottlej Differs With Htm. "What do you think' about thai man's claim that ho has Invented day light?" "I think It's moonshine.- FOB WEAKNESS AfT LOSS OF APPE T1TR The Old Rtande.d senrral strengthening tonic, OllOVll-HTAHTBLKSX chill TON1U drives "tit Ma larla and builds up tlm arttfm A true tnnlo and Sure Appetiser tor adults and children. M cents Natural Instinct. "Poor Dllly has had a case of pupp) love." "Evidently that accounts for his fol lowing his Inamorata around llko a dog." The Tender 8kln of Children Is vcryensltlvo to heat U...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

"erl , If :-4Wf:d' iLisa. esmt tt Jg S M fr? yyyr"wm-rry-r "yv-r.-.... ... .. - - J.M -- m "MBEM?"'- 5Sfo C-MBft lThe Id Reliable -.,- M J. &. S. Tfctessa SHBnr we MM c StBL., " i. . V r 5- Star ti'- ki ar:3 -. a " .- . .TOBt -J The Store that . -Mum w. --t -vm x tmst fiPw" ifm - s re t- MM- M ' W ' rr 3SHHS. WiJBt ; MHT .- ! Iiftfin . . I V Nk trf .-- car- t- 4 .,-. dbt . imdl(iweMa- " " -- ""p .. . r... -" . T T""l .!? ills r or fc. - jr ' - - ., ,&. -n Mor Wi . ?L. '- wt ,. .' ?. ... -.. . ... - 0 2-? Q Less v i" ar .. " -" - 1 tMtut. I a V ,, .- . - -ranat ar L ars Jar 9xc-. As Sfez a tii 11 t jiiii w T: rww ar "MtMC. "- r "-WBiCTtr' jv.' " S7Jt 4tg s3 4fr ic . iMMKM.Or - ,? -W i3- m i rac sera. to. 3ke-$MfcjM& k tram ym ffgnifiwjiriig 5 in h m . .... j. .tM , iitbwi T' e 11W nt gMHMAn B iwjnmn 1 ?w , " 'JH6 M. X "CH--3Sa 'wdc ? la "t, ii- ami Sit .ii. :!Krs" 1 tBS'im. xi- vaaBBrw 'MPesin - ?fflr r. -4fai- fwmm9m.'m?irw. um-mssi at-aHHW wsua" m m feeraseliosel Sock F...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

MWf&&&&?F&m?' :& s"'-- rpt?S'v)f-j' MiV 'ti ? V,"-4? "v.a-r", lV . . : j' H-, 'M ELGIN, OKU, FARMERS CHAMPION ' -?. 'if 1. ' Railroad Time Tabic HST HOUND Mo. 408 leaves G:58 a. m. No. 10 leaves . ...11:10a. in. WKST HOUND No. 9 leaves l p. m. No. 407 leaveB 9rl5 p. in. vwwsA''ii'vwst -wi"ii .:..:.:..:.::..:::'.::::! Local News Item Ilenrj Kuntz purchased new corn binder of the Wc-ber Hard ware Co. -. ., Harry Simmondsnud Vife left Sunday on an overland trip to Elk City.. G. W. Walker returned., last Thursday night from a business trip to Hobart. I G. W. temple and two sonB, Forrest and Floyd, viaitod rela tives here Sunday. J. S. Souleand family-lpft on Friduy afternoon for their fut ure home in Hollis. Romt!inJer preaching services at the II. IS. church August 24th and' August 81st .1. T. Dotsou left Sunday noon for a month' visit with relatives at Prestonberg, Kentucky. Mrs. J. 13. Byrd andson.Ewoll, returned Inst Thursday night from n visit n the atntc 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. — 21 August 1913

- ur i LOIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION r- tf vj ft 6 J rJf i to B Ufc H' 111 & i ?! 5 ? i -1 ;n 1 l t HP r 1, K r i 4 r . it Mcxiy McDonald X TALL OF THE FRONTIER "Dordcr My Lady o DoubT:JLadyca South V cfc.cfc. Ilfastrajfoaj b KLBarocA saEas iCeaaaaailBaaaigsaaaUrsiv- iBBv SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding an army boat near Fort Dodge, reeks a man to fntarcspt hli daughter, Molly, who la headed for tha post. An Indian outbreak la threatened. Sergeant "Urlck" Hamlin meeti tha at ace In which Molly li travel Inf. They are attacked by Indians, and Hamlin and Molly escape In the darkness. Hamlin tella Molly he waa discharged from tha Confederate service In disgrace and at the cloae of the war enlisted In the regular army, ltn suspect one Cap tain La Fevre of being responsible for his disgrace. Troop appear nnd Under escort of Lieut Oaaklns Molly start to Join her father. Hamlin leaves to rejoin his regiment. He returns to Fort Dodge after a summer of righting Indians, nnd flria Mol...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

J. ELGIN, OXLA. FARMER! CHAMPION V V- V GOOD DESSERT FOB SUMMER Plea That Make a Fitting Ending te tha Dlnnar Served During tha Hot Daya. Fruit Pla Mix half a tableapoonful ef arrowroot with a tlttla cold water till smooth and put It In a lined sauce pan with any sort of fruit Juice pre ferred the Juice from canned fruit or from that freshly slewed. Sweeten to taate with powdered sugar and stir orer the fire till boiling and thickened. Put about two breakfast oapfula of tho fruit, with Its Juice, into a pie dish and pour the thickened Juice orer It. Put a cupful of well washed rice Into a saucepan with a pint and a half of milk, and boll till reduced to a pulp. Beat two eggs with three tablespoon fuls of granulated sugar and stir them In with tho rlco when that Is. cooked. Spread the rice out on a dish and leare It until cool; then work It up with a llttlo flour, mold it Into a flat cake that will Just fit into the pie dish and lay in on top of the fruit. Brush It over with a paste ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 August 1913

Ti' " " J x. - r C ' ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS C HAMPION V I. x m Hi' h fi t a' y kkKMTfM SSebSjCX IKriBMMHBi Fighting Goat Wallops a NEW YORK. About a hundred per none, attracted by tho nolso of bat tle, watched Kilkenny, an Irish goat with a disposition for fight and an Irishman' love of fair play, rush Into the breach and wallop tho stuffing out of Mom, a big buck elk, who was wor rying an Angora goat In one of tho eacloeuree In.Ceatml park. Keeper Hoey laid Moio was such a quarrelsome elk that he icparatcd him from the herd and put him In nn en closure with Kilkenny. "They respected each other, though the goat weighed 800 pounds loss than the elk," said Hoey, "and everything ViViiVWmVWmViwwww Fish Behave Scandalous INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Thousands of flsh In the Mlsslsslnewa river, in the Hooater state, acquired a freo Jag the other day, when the beor In tho Tats of the Indiana Ilrewery were emptied Into It. And the way they acted waa Just too scandalous. Catfish, carp, white suckers, ro...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 August 1913

'r$nw",!,?wnsqp X ' ' - K i ' '' "v - i T 'o, k Farmers' Champion " lr.y, S& tf. ' . t f. c ?' J N m wT". ' ""B ,1 i VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THUKSDAY. AUCU'ST 2, liMtf L1 - fr As Told in a Few Words Good and Newsy Items of General Interest Con denscd to Small Space WASHINGTON. Representative Francis IJurton Har rison of Now York has been selected ''tnV- lor govcrnor-genorul of tlio Philip ' pines. Only fivo veterans of the Confeder ate uriny roinaln In tlio United States senate, now Hint Senator Jolmstou of Alabama Is dead. Tree raw wool Is tlio next flRlit on the tariff bill In the senuto and Ib now under discussion, tlio cotton and llax schedules having been disposed of. George I). Horning, a pawnbroker of Wniihlngton testified before tho houso lobby comnilttoo that a fund of nearly $12,000 was raised to defeat tin fed eral loan shark bill. Tho senate confirmed tho nomina tions of Prof. Paul S. Itclnsch, of Wisconsin, as minister to China and Madison II. Smith ai minister 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. — 28 August 1913

n ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION lufi y m Molly MDonmd t A TALL SYNOPSIS. Major MclonM. commanding nn army oil nr I'nrl IHhIro, wks n ruin to InrnTflil till (tniiKhler. Molly, who In headari for tin pout An Imllnn oullirank r threalennl feriti-ani "llrkk" llnmlln tnaats tha Hicf In which Molly la travel In. Tlicy nrn attacked by hull inn. nnd llnmlln und Alollr en ape In tin ilnrkncaa Hamlin trlla fiilly ho wa illachirgfl from thn Conrpilfralr acrvleo In illmrum nd Hi the clic of the war imitated III the reKUlnr nrmj Mi- atiapirta one l"np Uln I. IVvte of tiring ri Mnalllo for Ma rtlaurnca Troop" appear and unili r aarort of Lieut tlnaklnn Molly atnrta to Join her father. Ilamlln leaves to rejoin lila rrKlment lie rfturna to 1'nrt linden fter n aummer of flKhtlliR Indians ami flnda Molly there Hhota are heard In the, nliht llnmlln ruah'a nut. ae a what he belle vri In the nnJie of Molly hiding In the (larknraa aid falla oer the body nf IJeuteiiant nnakln who nreuai-a Ilamlln of linot...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 August 1913

W3 -M ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION kK tf 0 i m 1 ,r 1 ! x, 4 Autos for the Cabinet a 3"L O ijj y w ASHLNT.TON. Tho requisition of Secretary of Iibor William II. Wilson for three automobiles, two for un, horses nud currlages and army personal and ono for departmental ' lmi09 aro uged for private calls. It Is use. has brought up tho subject of M, Rvu ,llAt army ofllcers and others tho prlvato uso of government con- I tti nd social functions at tho expense vevanceH. Tho demand for automobiles f tno government. Sometime, v jn b tho secretary of labor Is based on ( tlt.ro g a uanco at onu of tho big ho tho claim that ' It Is Just as cheap lLn vBtrg froni Kort Myer come now to purchase, maintain and oper- ato a motorcar as It U a horso and -nagon or buggy" Tho government provides four or flvo automobiles for the president, onu for tho vice-president, ono for tho speaker of tho houso and ono for tho public printer, and carriages and horses for the members of the cabinet and their assistan...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 August 1913

" THT n M -CJ ' f f v l5fM, OKLA. lfARMJtHS CJIAMP10M nc 1 a i Wh sU4 nil THE ELGIN GIN hat been thoroughly over hauled and is now ready to handle cotton in any quantity. Highest mar ket price paid for cotton in seed or bale. B. V. HAMILTON, MANAGER. located at Lawton to manufacture the Universal Cotton Picker.pat entod by William Cook of Binder. Four new gatca have been placed at the entrances to the south side of the reservation so that people in automobiles can open them without getting out. John Tromont, the Italian shoemaker of Ghickasha who is charged with the murder of Sherman Woodward, a grocery man, is being tried at Lawton this week ' In Justice Harper's court at Lawton Saturday, T. J. Scott and wife, who killed George Norton of Chickashn, were bound over to the district court without bull, claim to tke new load. The game warden in chargo of the national forest and game reserve in the WichitaMountalns, reports the birth of ten calves in the her of bison there. This makes a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 August 1913

"H 1101H, OK LA. fAilflRI CrTAICPIOrf V BARGAINS. We do not claim to be -the cheapest, but we do claim to be as .cheap any, quaKty considered. We have 25 pairs of Barton .Bros. shooB we will sell as follows: $4.50 and $5.00 Patent Leather Shoes now And about 20 pairs of $2.50 Ladies' Patent Leather A. Vici shoes now $1.48 $1.00 and $1.50 straw hats now $.50 and $.75 Just received a new lot of hats. The beat that was on the mar ket. The "TRIUMPH" means We sell 17 lbs. sugar $1.00 6 bars laundry sonp .25 1 round pkg. acts . 10 3 lb. can Louis tomatoes 2 for .25 2 catiB Louis peaa .25 2 cans Louis beans .25 6 pkgs. iic tobacco .25 i Our present ptice on -produce is 15e for eggs and 20c for ship ping butter. We pay cash for chicken. RIBEL1N, STONE & WALKER Birthday Party. Wednesday was the twenty fifth birthday of Mrs. T. O. Miller and in honor of the occas ion a number of friends gather ed at the Miller home in the evening to give her a surprise. And it must have been a surprise .a...

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 August 1913

K'V-W- a thQIU, OKLA. FA R'M E R S CHAMPION EXPERTS ON DRY FARMING TO MEET International Congress Opens Late in October in City of Tulsa, Okln. Delicious - Nutritious Plump and nut-like in flavor, thoroughly cooked with choice pork. Prepared tha Ubby way, nothing can be more appe tizing and satisfying, nor of greater food value. Put up with or without tomato sauce. An excellent dish served either hot or cold. IntUt on Libbjr'i GREAT CROP SH3W PUNNED vr Beans Many Nation Will tie Represented fcy Eminent Scientist and by Fin Exhibit In the Ex position Dulldlngs. Tulsa. Okla. Tho eighth animal meeting of tho International Dry- Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago I I I I gjnj WmfmlMAmMkjIM WtL'tuif.y John T. Burn. Fanning Congress and Hx position, a world-wlilo or gnnlzntloii with branch ollloos In nineteen nutiuna ami members In sixty, will open hoio on Octotiur 22. mid thu nt tl'llil.'IMCO Ih ox- peeled to ho very largo. Tulsa hnu been hustling to provide accomiiio ilnt Ions for tho a...

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