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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 September 1913

l.f fT' -V JSJgV8" --V ? gr , " a, - r , ' ' f '17 j " -r -sh- v " ?! ri. 1. in o "" , 'Jsaer. "- ?. 'i. ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION j '');''' Molly McDonald A TALE Or IDE IKONI1ER By SYNOPSIS. Mijv McDonntil. commanding an army pout ncnr Port DoiIkp, areka a mmi tn liitrrci-nt hi" ilnuxhtpr. Mnlly, wlm I hcmlpil for Iho iot An Indian outbreak t Ihroilnncil Hergnitil "Ilrlrk" llnmlhi lim-'ls Iho atiiite In wlilrli Molly In Inn el ln They nre nttnckpil liy Indians, niid Ilnmlln nml Mnlly pumpq In tho dirknosa Ilnmlln tells Mnlly tin wwi illHClmrit'I from thn confederate servlcn In illsurapo nnil nt tho rli"0 of Iho wnr (inllntiMl In the rt-Qiilnr nrmy llo suspects onn Cap Jain l.oI'Vvru of belnn responsible for nla illagnire Troops Rppeur anil under "Port i f I lent. C.nklna Mnlly atnrts to Join liir fntlier. Hamlin leives to rejoin Ills roRlinent He ntturnn to Fort Dole" Bfter n summer of flKlillnit Indians, nnd flnila Mnlly there Simla are tiennl In tho nlKht Ilnmlln rushes out, ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 September 1913

' "V ,f V jWWP'W s CLOIN. OIL. FAKMIKt CHAMPION S i '- M, -MaVaAAiil TTTTTTTn ii.inHimiiiirmnnmiiinmrinrTm liiiMiuiiiin rvjuuLU 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. rf 1 1 1 " t ff i it it i vevrcca tz Fanners' Champion R. H. WES3EU Owner. Wettengel and Sons Publ'h's. Published Every Thursday Elgin, September 18. Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the poatomce at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: Oaa jw 11.00 U soetbf COe No ubicrlpOoai Uken (or lesi than IS BkOStha. Tour subscription baa expired or Will expire with thli liiae It Uere Is a row (X) on the aarcln oppoalta thli oUee. ADVERTISING RATKt: DttpUrads, 12 l-Zceeta per Inch for aeh iMertloo. Diicounti glren oa tarae a4a. All aaerUlor asattar ma aatll paM asd ordered out r School Age. Now that the time for open iag the fall terms of schoo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 September 1913

BiillijJw-'vyr Vr-,Vr-nriif'p'l-- ''W ifp "" ,v't "" "(' tyr gjwrT' c i. j" -i" ? -! A T ;3'lt',' HfWi1.' S ,r. Ni t j ri v Jfl BLO I N, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMBION lb" l, . .? , n - ,0 V l! V- I Tl li . 25 Photos for - 25c Pott Cards, perdoz. $1.00 Cabinet Photos, per doz. - $2.00 1-OGSTON STUDIO Phone 200. Over Modern Store. 406 1-2 D Ave Lawtan, Oklahoma W T -W -W- -W T -W T - - Elgin Livery Barn First-Class Rigs and Best Accommodations At any Hour of the Day or Night W. F. Walcott, Proprietor. More Indian Money. Congressman Scott Ferris has sent word to the editor of the Constitution that about $100,000 of Indian lease money will be paid out soon to tha members of the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache Indians, which will av erage about $80 per capita. This is in addition to the recent pay ments which just closed at Law ton. Won Prizes. At the Sterling fair our for mer fellow townsman, K. V. Hoffer, secured first prize on the best twelve ears pop corn and second prize on the best display 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. — 18 September 1913

-' JfcH'Vr ELfilK. OttA, FAIKE2S CHAKPIOX m JMME WSuI for ' A 3ttrr Btt- -Xnct jsc tilrt iaa sat V iiW? Vit it ixita Hi 7a tr ii liii" -: i itJ5T is a ixi- Janr v -" tSIt at S.lt- Cajr H ! S i lat4 S exu i. ihj ti ftrr aexrlr 5ra 1 -Ur at " ts it itxrtfl WASNT WORTH . THE LIYING fit Mrt vwtf ' Oevcr&m f VU U Qui Jmr-Tuaxs u S y-ra. ars t i5Bcr ii Sux-Xzr "T earf Jar -rwei ii'TH ikta", r?'V JC-i Catcta "inx I exit cifru x ?rr stc -wiaiK Ort re t f-;rtTti- Misttct-c of i Ixjlart" T?r 5E3T 7REATHEKT FOR I7CH.KS SCU-PS. DJLKDfilirr AK0 FALUJ.5 HAJR FUST M iOiilTP Trr 0?. 3TaJe at W tit ;ecutr -fc nXX." -B 4 r axl tiiat axt' 'tBi tfctr Jsr sai lie - ttrj" i4 VIM't Vr!k ' & TX tfc& X&XA ix." :; cnarj, t-a.:i iii & ! ' 4m t .i m f in( w4r xecr Wt vJ!' ' i-lrtaBlaaaaaaaaaHII l lag- b' . .a; t mi4 utf j- a -m. tit v r V it. t 1 I bl iA, tX. I m vU jr Uftu yyia. '- rw F1 f ..r J.nlti . f f CLui&lA. tB isfJO Vr iK ' m I axT txix K, I li Ktit to rr , a I trS. iK UvtfM Ht...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 September 1913

Y vrjV ' Vj vf H1 'ELGIN, OKLAi FARMERS CHAMPION v f ' iv T Combine the Qualities of WASHINGTON School teachers In Alaska must Invo u thorough knowledge of iiitdlclne us well - pedagogy. Tliu Alaska school serv leu Ih the only system of tducallon In the Unit oil States or any of Its pos sessions which la under tho direct control of the fidrrnl bureau of edu ration. In the northwest territory thcro arc largo areas In which tho Horvlcca of regular physicians are not obtnlnnblc It often becomes the duty of tho public blIiooI teachers not only to rendir flrBt aid to tho Injured nick native, but to rare foi him .nniURhout the eutlro course of n sew re Illness wltluut tliu aid of n )h)Dlrlan Tor the assistance nf men working In Undo Sam's Alaska school ten ice l)r Kmll Krullsh of the United Statei public health service and Dr Daniel S Neumnnn of tho Unlit d States tu rtnu of education have together writ tin a medical handbook which lias just Smithsonian Institution Has a Large Plaster Cas...

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

'i ELGIN, OKI, A. FARMERS CHAMPION- H i.i & 51 t STQHC IV' I. 4. CMS Tl TK tCfEITI MUM. OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR AND EXPOSITION OKLAHOMA CITY, U .S. A. RATIELLO AND HIS BAND HARNESS and RUNNING RACES : vm. I' J' D OPENS SEPTEMBER 23 CLOSES OCTOBER 4 U -M & H II . mtHI L -"rTTT.Ir(."r.,"'"M'i:fl AMRW1 T ia. tf'JA't JIT J i I irjwif r i k r n iJiiB t i i"i ill 1 b "Bi HIHEPSg5pEffftrdH U- rt r fc 1 i - ALEXANDER THE CPEAT "TNr 11 in s U ma r MAW'S COUEOr A''L CIRCUl I tut f Von fc rc ! OM THE THREE OUTTO la Cfvantnc TrH - iftea Art. lUUCtltC IIICMT CPOOHAW 1'nHftl Ur !'' TM Year THE OMTAT PATTEPSOM IMOWI Willi 7Vlr 'tairtitiM Airf-(va auto polo eon roup uii oay Vr'M' Moat rMorvn . 1 COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS ImvtU.K HtHf HitiHngt VI QOUHt IC COMPETING Y'tT Cl arvj llnr .i. Oft T u4 "UfADOW Or THE CROSS" lllrarle llttutc fr !. Ijm( Time nccono creakihc cork sho dull. Hri fl ant rAMOus anh.no opera singers INCLUDING OLIVE CLSOM 6CHAAF. SOLDIERS In Sensational DRILLS THE DROUGHT OF 1913 IS...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

;- .?W7"r'w:j"jr nyVWK"r" - F sjn fr-ir- p - y 'tj 5$ ''' " f f -"v " ,1" if' " 'Wj''7" a efatpfj T.. W-V &A i fr r txa V: Farmers' Champion V- VOL. LIU Epitome of the World's News Little Stories of the Week' Happenings In All Nations WASHINGTON. tariff conference Tho tariff conference otcd to lenvo bananas on tho frep list. Secretary Lann of tlic Interior do partment In seriously III In California. Pres. Wilson has returned rom Ills vacation, expecting tho tariff bill to bo ready for his slgnnlure soon. American battleships probably will remain In Mexican enters despite ilucrta's declaration that they will be unwelcome after this month. DOMESTIC. Twenty passengers were Injured, one probably fatally, when Hock is land passenger train number 40, east bound, was derailed on a curve a mile west of Manhattan, Kan. Oeorgo II. Illxby, Iong Ileach ml onalrc, Indicted somo months ago on charges resulting from a morality cru sade here, bus been placed on trial In the superior court at Lo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

V- ' 2 j. ' , -j-n.- ITS' I 1 PMtUCTJGk OF Aftf Cam JiHraws Be Sntt 1rr CaHi a .saj' ffcarlaSi. I ( f amt! Coter Ai tir artnr 'rr ttinmp it Virev bolt -3x . Yutotn- u--B-Be .itrraiti Art AomttiBtl'. butie-ujt. aj is a. iKt teil- JHe iBui fio 3inis -TfltnKiUBt ruiiitis aui axattorrt crrry bu limr taunt to 2'. -sruigix, ist mnrH ot Itset tutix ataK. 2ti abt taut it? amir ur ihiji Us 6dUim. if) xti'tot- suntC -txirxt Sxir "vat buC HEtrt lli iuusbvt buf ixVv-tiyt 3jh i xnni?? tiUul t earner ir tact Slil' 3iBK! Jucr In. tot but; iV -r uc l Kifie 3or ciiiu. ir imu-iir mwnuct juicUivu. Tinsw sucktat tie?' -Tjjuiu- imfie Ut jrnnuCf crv urr. vitlt tf litnatmn ur 3u.rT cut. mtutjwaiHu nH is ousiQcmLiVr -w 3r tnsmiC Ihut -l taumi-C in.iiri.e- iiwa. Tut jr fan uT inCl it taruC TjBi.lry imp ''iE trH iiiib ar Swufi .ciifi tmnr ict- Tin; iucion to leul IikI icw uut ouiu' aitff lf lut- uci .tt tmjBjntiit it iHif awn. . 2s. a amisw a iia jrn, jm.flut'33S!i i 53r rtH KSCslEr Sint. "out IrwC txr nut l...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

. ? J,F tfh; ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION w Molly McDonald A TALL Or Tiff FRONHER By hvi .aBJBBk M SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, rommntiilln on nrmy Fol near Port podg", nn-ks a m in to nl-,rcctt IiIk (UtiRlitur, Molly, who In hesdcd for Iho post An Indian outhreik l thrtMtPned RprK"int llrlrk" llnmlln meets tho sliii?e lh which Molly l travel '.'.' They nro nttiuktd by Indians, nnil llamlln nnd Molly csi-npo In tho darkness llnmlln toll Molly ho w is discharged from tho I'onffdi lute sorvkn In diiotruce ana at tho close of tha wnr enllatnl In the regular army. Ho suspects ono Cap am lel'eire f tnlm; resiHinslbln for his illxKftur Tlonps nppoir nml under curort of Ueut (tasklns Molly stirts to Join her father. Ilumllu leaves to rejoin his regiment Ho mums to Tort Dodne after n. umrnur of flghtlm; Indians, ami npds Mull) there Phot ar hoard In tho jilRht llamlln rushes out. s. os whit h tQlleCfl In tlm fliriirn nt Mnllv hiding In the dirkmss nnl falls ovor tlm holy of Lieutenant tiasklu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

iAw'i'ij,J'-"-,wAV'r- 5 ' 'r: "it " - ' , Tr ,' :,f tl ft' fo' s fc K i - i JLGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION tqKHMKtfgHHHIMliti nnnrnmiimn JUJUUJUUULUJUULUU, 2222" I think the enforcement of all JS'kws will kill some of their busi- o SSjn- civ 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. I MISSIVES FROM MISTLETOE Every one is enjoying this nice C0sl weather. Cotton niekinc if now the or-. Mirkw is But the question 'What kind of business?" To an outsider it would appear oer of the day. Itht Tjatrtnn -mils) rr.11 itTn . '-ci (hla T of VI " .-.. -vaa. V.C1 OilUlU . . -" .'....J-.V v - ariae some of its "business' visiting Mrs, Tore Sper.mg. killed. Mr. Ixodes is plwtenn? Air?. j Bowman's house tnis wee. Good Work. Mr. and Mrs, Charhe Sperling ,., I visitd in Lawton Saturday. Grading the Sterling road oat umE. Rnt,rr.i5u-Y::ifdcAts 'of Elgin is a pood move whi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

.rvj'Ni1' f V - - 1 Ht 7 -nl iff -jr;?"'' v,tOT3! ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION VWWVVV V SPECIAL for SATD'Y September 27, 1913. We will sell at following reduced prices: $1 can Golden Sun coffee .90 30c can Golden Sun coffee .25 Flour, best $2.15 18 lbs. sugar 1.00 4 oz. Peroxide reguler price .10 $1.25 Rayo lanterns .90 2 cans K. C. baking powder .35 3 boxes matches .10 1 lb. box Axle Grease .05 4 boxes 10c Swift's Pride Cleanser .25 We will give a $1.00 buggy whip to the driver of best buggy team or single driver. Any lady truding $10.00 will have choice of ladies'hats for 50c All above price3 are strictly cash: need not ask to have them charged at these prices. Remember the date. If you want to spend your money at the right place, come SATURDAY, the 27. The Honest Man's Friend, Ribelin, Stone & Walker May Use Old Books. Monday the supreme court handed down a decision Btating that the 1912 school text book adoption was invalid. As the contract on the old book3 had expired, thi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

lAilaatTWftJ''' '-' ELGIN, OK!. A. FARMERS CHAMPION m m u : WOMAN FEELS 10 YEARS YOUNGER Since Lydia E Pinkham'f Vegetable Compound Re ttored Her Kenlth. Louisville, Ky. "I tako great p1ea ire in writing to inform you of what Ota Lyuia K. rinKriaara Vocotnljlo Com pound him dono for mo. I was weak. nervous, and cared for nothing but sleep. Now I can go ahead with my work daily and feci ten years younger tlinn licforo I started taking your medi cine. I will advise nv woman to consult with you befora going to a doctor." Mrs. Inikb WlL UO, 2223 Unnk St, Louisville, Ky. Another Sufferer Relieved. Ttomnyor, Texas. "I suffered terri bly with a displacement and bladder trouble. I wan in misery all tho timo and could not walk nny distance. I thought I never could bo cured, but my t-iother advised mo to try Lydia E.Pink ham's Vegotablo Compound and I did. " 1 am ct'rril of tho displacement and the bladder trouble is relieved. I thin'c tht Compound Is the finest medicine on c.th for suffering...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

ttfyfvnfn' ri; iiLOIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION V If? Uric Acid It Slow Poison Excess ntic acij led Jn llio blood by weak kidnejB, causes more diseases than any oilier poison. Among lis effects are backache, head ache, dizziness, irritability, nervousueo, drowsinrss, "blues,'' rheumatic attacks and urinary disorders. Later effects are dropsy, gravel or heart disease. K )ou would avoid uric acid troublct, keep your kidne)s he.ilthy. To stimu late and streugthen weak kldnejs, me Doan's Kidney 1'ills the belt recom mended special kidney remedy. A Mluourl Case "Fwrv 1'1'lurr M nj ! IVmberum, 6 H lfayeufi hi, Murtliftli. itu. ta.i My wbom body is ulltu with drop". 1 listl terrible bark rb and badarlit-s. 'lit- kldnvy cre lions rru In aw fail nhnpt. 1 gave up hoi and win rmdy to dl Iosna K I 4 ti y I'll In cftinf to my aid juii In II m fcml I Imprnvnl tRptdly until wni well Today I am in better hc-nlth than vr brurt J1IM l CUt DoaVs m Any Storo. 60c a Box DOAN'S WAV FOSTEH-MILBURN CO., BUFF...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 September 1913

it jH ' - ' t"T ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION v 7v t WIST DiUQ li. V. uv- : aV"BT I8K HILLY." they culled him up How. mativlllo way He wa called this In derision, for WIbo Hilly w witless There Mere aomo of thu llowmanvlllo people who wouliln't have It thai Hilly was entirely witless, and It wan In the expression of this belief the so people showed tint the) wre to bo classed with the wiser one t ' WUo Hilly liail been h't on the head when hn wa nothing more than n toddler and It was tho ' bloW thai net his mind groping for IhlngB that It " could never full) grasp tlovninnvllle, while It U a part of a great city, baa green Melds and great forcsl )ft untouched by tho ax of nature's tyrant. Hilly ronnied tho fleluVmul threaded thu forests Like Uttle Hiawatha ho learned uf the .bird and the squirrels their secrets They were idAymitcs that net or made sport of lilt mental shortcomings He loved them and they loved Mm The hlreattiB beyond tho little stream which farther ou In Its courno b...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 2 October 1913

"S3ro &rv i w ,, -flfc v SW ., ',?! - i ', , I V -r- v. .Sfefc- .-i r -' , A-5 --" V, -1'., Farmers' Champion .n ''.' I!". ',' ,1' VOL III. KI,U IN, OKLAHOMA, THLKSI.UY, (HTOIIKIt 2, ll L ' . . NO. 40 3 ' a SiTtf As Told in a Few Words Good and Newsy Items of General Interest Con densed to Small Space WASHINGTON. TIio senate confirmed Joirph W. folic an solicitor general of tliu state ilep irtment. 11. M Pllnloll, a newspaper editor it Peoria, III, Jh foremost among those now being considered by Presi dent Wilson for ambassador to Hussii Secretary Garrison will direct nn nvnstlgutlou of tlio charges made by Oeau Worcester a.nd W. II I'lilppi), ludltnr of the Philippines, that tJu ury exists In tlio Islands. Mrs. Hnim.illno Pankhurst, Inaler of tlio CuglltOi militant surtragete. will liavu t rim thn gauntlet of the Ullii Island linmlgtntlon Inspectors, mid posslbl) go Into tlio United Stales courtH In New York, liofore hIip will ho able to land In this country to fill uer loctiir...

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

2LGIN, OKLA. FAR MERS CHAMPI i fck W I- I-l Efcn ; M r iSOME EXCELLENT HINTS FOR GARDENER I wnZ&Ewl(MatHiaaaaaEleamJBWvi' J" 771 aLaBrXBESHraaaaaaHA&v'' " ! . SLv Fine Hubbard Squash. (Uy JIKRSIE I PUTNAM.) Have your equxrh feeds from the first really good Hubbard that ma tures. I.Ike begets like, and If you wait until the late ones are ripe, you nlmply make a selection that will product) a later fruit another year. Cultivator For Use on Plants Placed Close Togethtr In Row. The Man In Rear Manipulates One Set of Gang With Feet and One With Hand. The Burbank plan has many applica tions which the ordinary gardener .will do well to observe. Keep the late crops growing. If the soil Is lumpy or the goldenrod JUJVFQR.PQtjLTRY YARDS One of Beet Plants to Furnish Green Food for Chickens Cruwns Are Hard to Kill Out. niy PIHLO K ni.INH, Colorado Kxprl ment Station.) Alfalfa Is one of the best plants to furnish green food for chlckenB, but ordinarily It soon kills out If over pastured....

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 2 October 1913

TtnTtl V ' 'jC V- I '1 H Molly McDonald A TALL Or IHE FRONHER By nffW ImSSBtx COWUMHT I9U 8YNOPSI9. Major McDonald, cmnrrmmllnK n arm post near Port DikIki, h.i, Uh a nmn t Intsrtept hln ilnughtpr, Mitly. who I hnniloii for tlio punt An Indian outlin-ik 1 throntrneit Si rgeint "Hrlrtt" llamlln niMU tlm stage In whlrh Molly In truvel- iijK They nro nttnckol liy Indian, ami Imnlln ami Molly em ti In tlm il irknt-s Jlnmlln toll Molly ho illm hinted from tho (.'unfetlnrnta vrvlcn In illnnruoi ml at tlm rlo in of tho wnr enllnteil In thn regular army. II siispwtii n I'-ip-tain l,ol-'cvft) of being reP'inllili for iil illncracH. Troop Jp' ir unit umJor rm-iirt or Umit. Onnklna Molly l irt to Join lior fattisi lluinllii leave to mjoin tila reKltnunt. He return to I'ort Dndgn nflpr ii Hiiinn pr of tlKhllnx Indian and ntxln Molly then- l.li'utmiant Ounklna nctUHea llumlln of alinotlnir him Tlin ocrKiunt la proven Innocent Il seu Molly In comimiiy with Mr Dupont. wtiuin ho rfcotfnlzp aa a for...

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

- "V jiy.'ir'' 1 i.. ?? S Mrpsftw H mmmmmmBsesmmmmmmmm ....uuiMniiitinnm mrrni Mfetmirj THE ELGIN GIN 1 Bring your cotton to Elfin where you got the best ginning and tho high est price paid for both the COTTON AND SEED. Get one of our Souvenirs. B. V. HAMILTON, MANAGER. s mmtsmMHKMsmffmMs Farmers' Champion K. It. Wmbbu Owner. WKTTKNUKIt AND SONS Publ'li's. Published Every Thursday Elfia, October 2. Entered a second-class mut ter, December 3rd, 1912. at the traetoffiee at Elgin, Oklahoma, tanderthe Act of March 3rd, 1879. flUBBCHIPTION: at yar 11.00 U ttlOOthi. 60c No aubacrlplloix takaa for lata than It ttoath. Tour xtbtcrlDtton baa tplrl or ill axttra with thU litua II tkr U a oa tit martin oppaatt tala WMIMMAM ABVIRTItlNa KA.TM: Outlay . II 1-ScanU par tack tor eaafe IVMrMoa. Dttcouata i1tb oa aa. All tfrartlitaf autttr rua rM art ortatwl ! Grafting. Over at Hewitt Weetof MM Mm i. UttaarUMt Ard- wft Jakt Hamon as head tqeexe k building through the town but will not give them a dep...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 2 October 1913

c-"- T- m iT5 A tf m ' - .i Wednesday Elgin Markets. Cotton, bale $13.50 to 14.00 Cotton seed 20.00 Corn 67 Hogs 7.70to7.90 Cream 27 Butter 20 to .25 Blg 22 to .24 Chickens 09 to. 13 New Signs. A tourist sign painter was in town last week and put new signs on the windows for Young & Wolcott, th" Restaurant and the Farmers' Champion which adds much to the business ap pearance of Elgin. This man Btated that he put the name of John Renfro on a window here ten years ago and the name is atill there. 1 o County News. Chas. Shaw, who put in the pavement at Law ton. is filing more big damage suits against those who hindered him in his work. A. C. Allen of Law ton was ar rested at Chickasha on the charge of disposing of mortgaged prop erty. 0 A Striking Featuri for Our Readers Diversification on Southern Farms By G. H. ALFORD IT is with great satis faction that we an nounce the early pub lication of the first of a series of twelve articles on this very important subject in which every re...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 2 October 1913

' -"tie t 'X '! ...:i- ? ,1 k R' !' I m rfi m tit t n i, P", CHILDREN LOVE OF It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a , sick child. Look bark nt your rhllilhood days. Remember tho "dose" mother Instated on cantor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you tinted them, how you fought agnlim Inking them, With our clillilien It's dltTcrcnt. Mothers who cling to thu old form of physic simply don't rcnllo whnt they do. The cblldten's rovolt Ib well-found-cd. Their tender littlo "Insldea" aro Injured by thrm. It your child's Btoinnch H" nnd bowels need cleansing, glvo i ',! clous "C'nllforr.l.i Syrup of Is." Us action l positive, hut gentlo. Millions of mothers beep thin harmless fruit laxative" handy; they know children lore to take It; Hint It nuver fulls to clrsu tho liver nnd bowels nnd sweet en tho stomach, and that n tcnspoontul riven today saves a sick child tomor row. I Ask nt tho storo for n RO-cent bottle J of "California Syrup of FIbs." which j fias full directions for babl...

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