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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 August 1913

'.I ' ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS C H A M P I (XN a BREEDING OF PIGEONS Eight or Nine Pairs of Squabs in Year is Big Record. In Most Cases Disease Will De Found In LofU Where Blrdi Do Not Re ceive Proper Attention Ago That It Profitable. tiy C. CIIIAHAM.) Pigeons lay only two eggs at ono laying period this requiring three days. They rest a day between the first and cecond egg. They Imme diately begin Bitting. The period of lncubutlon In 17 days, and (or the first live to Bcvrn days of Uio squab's 11 fo Homer Cock This It the Type Gener ally Uied In Squab Breeding. It Is nourished on "pigeon's milk." I lipvo never known of a pair of plgoonB that would begin breeding or even pre paring a nest for a second family mi til after llueu oungsters were begin' nlug to tnku ordinary feed Instead of tula pigeon milk. Of course, the old birds feed the oung during their en- tiro llfo iib squabs, or until they uro ablo to IcaTu the nest, and often they feed them for a few dns on tho floor, night or nine ...

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 August 1913

ambvw ELGIN, OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION ' ' if p iHBHrSHKr ; v' II It! r laV - '35 faaLHLwdSittaP HNMaaflaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVKS1' iilfi '! I! JalaKs atJaWraaaaaHi HABITS OF THE ROBIN Bird Prefers to Build Its Nest Near the House. Voting BonQstere Should Hot Ba Handled Until They Leave Nest of Their Own Accord Sparrowa Rob Them of Worm. (lly dlAIO 8 THOMAS.) Of nil tho birds that build In trees tho robin brings Its nest ncorcst tho 1 houso. It prefers to bo nt tho front door, where the members of the family HAT linn becomo of tho Wltltn llotisu brides! Tlicrn havo been twelvo of them. Miss Jesslo Woodrow WlUon will ho No. 13. Hut sho feels no ...i.uIIIIiim. hImKMI fit! Itlllt j um'rniiiiuiin iiiMtiu wii ... core. 13 being tho luckiest or numbers In tho Wilson family. It I IntcrcatlnK to consider tho fnct that three at the round doxon of White House brides, Includ ing the Drat o.'o, Lucy I'nyne. nnd tho Inst one, AtlM HooaeTCu, married conRressmon Also that two, Delia Lewla nnd Nelllo Ornnt...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

-aar7?S'"r - tts-- -v-r- f s 'ir W fA 7 r$ . ? v- fire , ' inWB9Mi6u. . A-';'iK&&, ' . Farmers' Champion f' VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 191 It NO. 45 'Si Tfa . iv ', pv Epitome of the World's News Llttlo Stories of (he Week's Happenings In All Nations WASHINGTON. It now looks llko a voto on tho tariff would como about Sopt. 10. Attempts to Increase the limit ot tho proposed Income tax on tho larger Incomes failed In tho senate, when Senators Ilornh, Ilrlstow, and Cum mins led un effort to amend tho In come tax section of tho democratic tariff bill. Senator Borah offered an amendment Increasing the graduated tax on larger Incomes until It would have reached C pfr cent, on those, nbovo $1 00,000 a ear. Tho democrats aided by ten republicans, defeated tho amendment 4V to 17. When bids on a largo quantity of nrmor for tho newest American bat tleship, now designated as "No. ::9," wore- opened nt tho navy department, It Mas found that tho bids of tho Ilcthlch...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

ILOIN, OKLA. PAKMEKI CHAMPIOK v" i . i r f i I? ' $ 1i to. IV I SUMMER DAIRY HELPS Cause of lad Flavors and Poor Keeping Quality. Nathlna Counts for More In Producing eodiVroduct Than Cleanliness Tank for Cooling Milk and Crm U Favored. Investigation by government dairy. n proves that bnd flavors nnd poor keeping quality In country-mode but ter arc duo almost entirely to change la milk and cream before churning. Good Type of Milk Tank. Nothing counts for so much In pro ducing good dairy product as clean liness. All thu dirt In milk cannot bo strained out and even If It could b some of tho organisms tlitt causo bail flavors and souring would remain to start trouble, sajs tho Farmers' Mall and Breeze. Keeping tho dirt out la better than Btralnlng it out. Clean flanks and udders and the use of hooded palls go a long way 'toward having tho milk clean to begin with. Tho typo of milk pall favored "by the government dairymen la shown la the drawing. Tho Inner surfaco of the pall should be ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

r& ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION AN IMMENSE NEW INDUSTRIAL PLANT FOR CHICAGO CANNING IN GENERAL SOME SUGGESTIONS PUT FOR WARD BY AN EXPERT. gagr! '. 4 JVIHEM13 crrW r.. V- y i .? ja. jff'frfMTiwypPB rjfci fcJCZKfcjbiJwM sV,'fiGensysasasr-1fri t avssHanvssMBSSSSS9kaVuaaan saa9Bl a2J!5sneaaWeasnsBBsVS-di When completed, tho now plant of tt j Calumot linking Powdor Company, now unCur course of construction, nt South 4st avonuo and Klllrooro street, will prove n fitting monument to the ability, honesty and progres slvonesa which havo rendered possi tilo tho tremendous growth of ono of Chicago's most promlnunt Industrial Institutions. This Immcnso plant, tho cstlmntod cost of which Is $250,000, Is n strictly modern live story and lnscment, ilro proof, re enforced concreto building. Size. 2fi0lO0 feet. Ono of tho noel nnd interesting features of this, tho largest and niOBt efficiently equipped Making l'owder plant In existence, will bo a cuntlluvcr chipping platform Tho love of money ...

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

ELGIN. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION a k , a t lv 11 . y ftHtfHn!i"'"H?l;:!i i,i,i,iiu,iiiim'ni rnxm t i.i.i.t.i.i THE ELGIN GIN has 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. y c OB a: 5S 5C cO pliiat abag this line is why we Coanty News. rclunte-er this charitible advice , - , ... o-,.;. rvH. c .u .. i i , . . me Lawton Business Loilege We wish to be able to refute. aL cpeorf Monday of t-a wee3c for charges against oar merchants. the fill terra. " C. P. Martin, formerly editor AJlsoould be glad to know of r-e Sterhnc ca:r.hasaecDt- C. F, BRANDON i: .! 3 "5" 00 that Mr Kenneanris no's-hand- ed a prison in the bank there. lin? fresh meat in connection The Fort S:I1 bind played two with his grocery store. It is days at Burkbsrnett, Texas, tc hard to keep a meat shop joins: i tter P11 k3 week at a here unless ran in eanrwir. i-"1 - with some other business. " This . Movi?s Jci3J...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

-wn-'vw rv ivwc-r"f- -wqy wyjw' f" "lWt"IW,tW,- -1 ' i Y L- ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION j4 i'. v. 7 .iW . rptffr -y?r 1 '. nl sf2 m ' ,ia a V czrar-uf BARGAINS. We do not claim to be the cheapest, but we do claim to be as cheap wny, quality considered. We have 2o pairs of Barton Bros, shoes we will sell as follows: $4.50 and $5.00 Patent Leather Shoes now $1.98 A' d about 20 pairs of $2.50 Ladies' Patent Leather & Vici shoes now $1.48 $1.00 and $1.50 straw hats now $.50 and $.75 Just received a new lot of hats. The best that was on the mar ket. The "TRIUMPH" means quality. We sell 17 lbs. sugar $1.00 b bars aunurv soao .o o 1 round pkg. oats .10 3 lb. can Louis tomatoes 2 for. 2d 2 cans Louis peas .25 2 cans Louis beans .25 (j pkgs. Gc tobacco .25 Our present price on produce is 15c for eggs and 20c for ship ping butter. We pay cash for chickens. RIBELIN, STONE & WALKER Bond Fees Suit. The county commissioners through J. L. Porter, county treasurer, linvo brought suit to c...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

"ir "?rwW."Wil"' WHpi : . ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ' v IV n. hi" Sn ;? M i 4 1 t j MOIXY WPDONAID A TALE Or IIlL IKUmiLK Ry Jfe Yn JtuworoT "Keith o feporderr My lady of ?rcfrv i ir u SYNOPSIS. Major Mrllunald comannillns n army hi.t i.mr I'apI ti. eka a mm. .' Intiirfvftl Ma .tini-Hf..,- MollV wht heAded for the mil An Indian outbreak la threllrnr.1 iTiftnl Htlrk" llamlln tnwli the lie in union Molly la tnvrl lnr Thrr arr attacked hr liKHnn. an-1 Hamlin ami Mmlr r-M-afe In the dvrVr llanilln lella Molly he was dlaeltreed from the Confederalo arvlce In itlB.-r.ice nd at the clo of th war enlisted In tha rrtrulir armT lie upct one Cap tain 1.Fevre f llng reau-jnalbl f"r M disgrace Troor.s appeir anl undr eaeo.-l of l.leut (laaklna Molly alarta lo Join hrr father llamlln leaves I o re Join Ills roajmrnt lie rMurns to Kort Do.tc ftr a summer of flehllnc Indiana, nnd flnda Moll- thero Shot are heard In thi riant Hamlin ruhes o it wm whtt h l-etlevea In the figure of Moll- hiding In...

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

ILOl N, O K Vkl 'AH If E PI '.', y mvrrz i u, iaxiii voa jl isvfy : Kissed Cousin; Husband NKW YOIIK. Title "When aeorgc Kisses Ilifl Cousin" Place West Sldo Police Court. Skitters In tlio SkltGeorgu Alex ius, conductor of mi nighth avenuo surfneo car. Mrs. Albert Wiuikum, coubIii of George. Mr. Albert Wan. kum, Indignant htisbnna. Abraham Jnctxtvlsky, "tlio Viiuocetit b sitter." Mugltrato, .court attendants, lollco- men, lawyers, rowdies arid nnv.Hpapt.if men. Mrn. Waskum Wo got on the car at KlghLh uvciiuti and Thlrt)-soventh street to go to our uiiartment In Cen tral Park West, Her lawyer Was tlio car crowd I'd? A. Yes. Q. When did you first realize that thu conductor van your cousin? A. Not until lie kissed mo. Q. When had jou previously seen him? A. Three yearH before, at uur homo In Kansas. Q. When he kissed you what hap pened? A. Tiling" hniipcncd so fust 1 can scarcely describe them. Mr. Wnskum, sitting next to mo, suddenly turned and saw the conductor kissing me. Q. What di...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 September 1913

ih ' . i. ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 'if m x hi n, .'Y .& I' lM I-' i! ! IV H, j- Pr A PYRENE PROVINCE FREDERICK PIOCAffilNG, ,A 'Ity V VO MtU9' tit -rftt fci TIJ lO7 f t Xtff,h'ti. tBK! V 1 flint irsjLi cr.-rt.arta bu pnrtlirt MM tor ttm cbMnt.' la CM FriJi jSKZ CxUkwli. to --llsU ; mure jJflA to ll trt of every risol CiUitft oii fit i atntirr ttc is ire or liberty, .a ard-at idQ':& the tars-? latsK-rity tipfetm, as-J dltnjrltttai; capacity fr p-arii'-it; Mfetsl; hlr Mlfapotattd' i; tave aa Msrfccd this 'tardy wJi I lent It l tb to Hilt diy tbe CiUIm reUiaa LU radii efciraeler ltr. chtrUbe Li cM tridlOni ri -Oitalaa l Catalan specks In the intletit t.tig-je Ag.la r.l tgalo bit toeotr La tittcx"! hands, Tfce fah-vard plain and the lofty klgV 11041 upon the intern Kpinlth frostier ktrn to the 'mediaeval world Catatonia, bare tbired the oj'jal fiu of Urrder territorial Peoples tro-n the north and peoples from tbe wtrth fiomi'it, Visigoths, Moors, Franks. uraoU of IUwil1krn ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

$inWFpFi!r!!T!fStl &insxAKjk . vjJTrwT?!?? rffrtZI L ' ' .-."' .':&" t t .v A?. mW .J &?', j Farmers' Champion v fct .-. m W-" . r . , in !w- ;;- s (N SA .f. . $ NO. 4 .v 4 VOL. III. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SKITKMBKR 11. 1913 fl ii dVPJHrT'w.jL i SK tifcJ5m&v t t y lllLJ h Epitome of the World's Newi j Little Storlea of tho Week's 1 Happenlnira In All Nations WASHINGTON. . The anti-trust lult planned by tho NBovemmont against tho Philadelphia and Heading railroad In connection with tho railroad's ownership of an thracito coal fields has been filed at I'hllndolphla. West Virginia coal opi-ators tslll bo Riven an opportunity lo glvu their version of the coal strike troubles In tho Paint Creek mlno Holds when tho GCiinto Bpcclal committee resumes Its hearings. Judgo Prcsllc It. Cole of McAfoster and Congressman Carter have con ferred with Cato Sells. Indian com missioner, rolatlva to having the laud department of tho Indian agency nt Muskogoo, bo far as It relates to...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

M is. U B.. Xvl it. t l t 7fe ! if ii n i 1 li,, w h 1 r 5-- Molly McDonald A TALL Ry- SYNOPSIS. Hky VrJmtH. oHiir.!tf an army t rear rr Elc. kt a raan to Intereepl hit vMer Molly, wfco hea4 fnr the fet An IrxSlan eatt-reaJc ta threatened. rVrs-earst -Brick" Hamlin met the ntrt whtrh ioi:r u travei Inr. They are attackM by Indian. arvt Hrmtln and Moily t-aoat lr tb Sarkera liamlln tells MoHy he ilhrred from th CBf"ift tnic ta dltrrae M at If eiwe of the war esJJtel .n Jhe rrruUr artsy. He mltt one Cat talo Lerrrre of tetnc rtoinl for hit dltrrac. Troop aptar atxj owier cart uf Ueut. fjuklns Molly itarU to fcln hr fsther Hamlin Imm to rejotn hit renment He returr-t to Fort Do-Jre ftr a summer of f.shtlnr Irxilant. ar.il finds Molly there- Phots ar heard in th MrhL Hamlin ruhi oot what he twtleres Is tne f.tur of Molly hkllnc In the darkness and fall over the VMy of Untenant OatklB. who accuee Hamltn of ihootlnr hlrr. The eerreant It proven Innocent He t Molly In cnfany w.th Mrs. Dopo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

.If 1 0 5 "-'' " l ' ' . . .i v i f ' it 1 Pv y H) I TIME TO CUT ALFALFA One of Controlffhg Factors in Taking Care of Hay. Start Mower In Morning at 8oon at nM la nm .., n w.w .. wii anu rroap-cit M Seem Good for Thrca Oayr of Quaff Uaatl... Tho best time to cut alfalfa Is when about one-tenth of the blooms are out, or If an examination It made at the base of the italk new thoota are seen making their appearance. Many times It la even practical to cut the first crop a few days earlier, especial ly If a la rue acreage Is to be bar rested. Time Is one of the controll ing factors In taking care of the bay, o It Is necessary for the grower to oxorclso judicious planning to utlllzo Ills tlmo to the best advantage. tt Is a good plan to start the mower as soon as the dew Is off In tho morning and tho prospocta seem Kood for two or three days of con tinued KOod weather. This imv should be tedded In tho swath In the .afternoon, so that It will rfrv nut nn. derneath. The sldo delivery rake la...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

' "5 pv" ," ( y "-- TTT 1 "- r vtt ELOIrf. OK LA. FARMERS CHAMPION 4 rt ii fe- if i.. 1 iii '1 8 s H- o liii h fHHWHffl1SHUtgggai THE ELGIN GIN has 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. r B. V. HAMILTON, MANAGER. wtmmMmm!tmA Farmers' Champion R. H. Wessel. Owner. WETTENGKL and SoNfl Publ'h's. Published Every Thursday Elfin, September 11. Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, nder the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: Oie ;mt 11.00 Six Boattu COc No ulKcrlptloni taken (or loss than Six month. Tour suoscrlptlon has expired or 1111 expire wltli this Issue If there Is a rots (X) on the margin opposite tbls etlce. ADVERTISING RATES: Display ads, II lzcenta per Inch lor each Insertion. Discounts given on arte ads. All advertising matter run HUT paid and ordered out VMAMMM Knockers. The question often arises, nuni KnocKerf ana noi hBf ago ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

; ?T ' Tf r - 5 "ijifT-? V3 " ' " v- f y ' y.-) IT i" - ,;&- fjpf ' w;yo" s V IK ELGIN, OKLA. 'ARMSRS CHAMMOM .i)ar, v S ' ' '.' n.' . BARGAINS. Wo do not claim to be the cheapest, but we do claim to be ns cheap as any, quality considered. We have 25 pairs of Barton Bros, shoes we will Bell as follows: ' $4.50 and $5.00 Patent Leather Shoes now $1.98 1 "A And about 20 pairs of Iff $2.50 Ladies' Patent Leather St Vici shoes now $1.48 $1.00 and $1.50 straw hats Just received n new lot of hats. ket. The "TRIUMPH" means We sell 17 lbs. sugar $1.00 0 bars laundry soap .25 1 round pkg. oats .10 3 lb. can Louis tomatoes 2 for. 25 2 cans Louis peas .25 2 cans Louis beans .25 C pkgs. 5c tobacco .25 Our present price on produce is ping butter. We pay cash for RIBELIN, STONE & WALKER . Kidnapping Near Lawton. Biiell, the little three yenr old son of Mrs. Arthur Nesbitt, was kidnapped from her temporary home two miles south of Lawton about 5 o'clock Thutaday even ing of last week. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

V - a 4i ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION It HI' m- & m m 1 . ei: Hi i.n. d ' COME TO THE SEVENTH ANNUAL STATE ANi EXPOSITION SEPT.23 OINCNINO Dv WORLD'S FAMOUS T 7gjyv DHRlillllll MTMILIHM auto RAcmm KWCfT MM MIT MMttsvVS w JWW AUTO WHAT ARE VOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT? Are you thinking of "leivlng tho country?" Wlicro'll ou go? There are lots of places. Ohio, for example, Is a state where corn rarely falls and where last March, Hoods did damage amounting to upwards of M00.00q.000 That Is more than tho cost of all tho drouths Oklahoma has over had. Per haps you havo road of California's beautiful grows of oranges and other trop leal fruits; and of the graceful, wnvlim palms, tho salubrious climate, and tho certainty of production under Irrigation. Hut don't forget that In one lilght last spring, n freeze did more damngo tbau the droutliH of 1901, 1911, and 1913 cost Oklahoma. Mnybo you'ro thinking of putting a cover on tho wagon nnd hitting tho trail back to your wife's folks in Kans...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 1913

rr '. t ?V ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ' , 1MTH Crnts City Fathers of Memphis MEMPHIS, TENN.- Memphis be llovos It has solved tha problem of tlio bachelor and the baby. It's the simplest thing In tbo world. Mem phis Jiiflt makes tbo bachelors support the babies. The bachelors are taxed and tho monuy Ib turned over to n bachelor's baby club to maintain a summer hos- jMim iur bick Daoies una ineijr moiii- JLv "s and to provide milk and other kV Vila Bfialal tt.n t.ttt.lna. .l.,ili.. ,1,n Urt summer months. Tlio amount of tho tax In determines by tho "incomo, eligibility and general ftttrnctlvci.-K3 of said bachelor, duo deductions bolng made tor overweight, baldness, Iohb of one eyo and general disposition." The usual tax assessed, however, is $G. And hero's tho way it's collected: Tho law provldos that "no unmar ried male arriving at tho ago of 21 years shall bo allowed on the streets of Memphis after ulna o'clock p. m.. or to court, visit or accompany an unmnrricd woman to any pla...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 September 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. — 18 September 1913

fp1? '" wnjl!!l5 " '-- -XT rS. rv wj r - t" , i?jti Farmers' Champion VOL. Ill, ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEI'THMBKIIHO. 113 NO. .47 ff !&&: - C -j ' - -'. J !'.' i As Told in a Few Words Good and Newsy Ifema of General Interest Con dented to Small Space WA8HINGTPN. Thn Democratic tariff lilll, Intro duced by Majority Leader Under wood, flo months nso, and passed by the houses four months ago, lias passed tlio senate and now goes to conference. The administration currency Ml' wag ut. v on Its devious way to the BtVi ' jii,.T ivhcn Chairman Olass of tin. houso hanking committee opened tho currency debate In the house. Tho houso passed a resolution to p ovhlo thnt products designed for exhibition at the Panama IMclllc ex position In San I'ranclsco, In 1015. may enter tho United States free of duty. Tho resolution would protect foreign patents and copyrights on ar ticles brought In for exhibition. Developments In tho Mexican situa tion probably will await tho nrrlval In Washin...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 September 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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