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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 December 1912

,7'piii , ri iTj lM V ' " JT t W . ij. -v3 ,! C Farmers' ' tl V I Succasaor to Irtdiatwrna Champion .fbi "S" foL8 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER It, 1S12 No. m 3 VVJf TdVtii - .---BpujT" -YiTj vftggpiiR i I" Champion Jr i AlWil !aiflcttttte dPllLW !HWWilMl Edmund 'IliflHi nB5 Redman BJkcSjr jfttMrnY MMMBm fJNaBmB aaa'wW 15507 frBRjl ami TB!WI3 mBaBB"!xE!J,?5e wWm VSj MBWp I 4r VBvl ?1WP. 5e ?Sw &. 31 v 13F !iiaSpfflmgi I D. E. McAnaw ,;l aJBv-U. JTthi.uDMIKKrittmatNfebS aV .ay Jwnr fi'TX' vv'sAefnai Irhartwn liter J mnw.t Vv sfi 1 ,ymi v i .. v?? jl;ih A7 Carols each ChrUWrW. hell TaTTY ili 1 Til i a i 'j '.in uhvc That gather anear the nudw-pane nny has Iain?oR muain would peeKv --. JW !? I umber - Compan "fc At!ii . 4tS, All Kindt of ... - Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton 1 ! I I I I i4 I I I I I !! AW;- AW1 Carols each Chrisc What art the wr That gather anear Where the winter fro all; They are toulltM clvea, wr Within, and lauah at our Chr...

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 December 1912

TROOPS NET DEO AT TOWN Of JAY COUWTY SEAT SCRAP IN DELA WARE CCUUTY REACHES WARLIKE CONDITION Fanners' Champion JfSS. TzUX coz FRANK ROUOWAY I. 5. S-SCLi, iuasr 9Xf2XA. AGAIN IN TOUS tXAlf, f ) OKLAHOMA M:W5 NOTES OXE OFBISPALS iS KILLED A. saa JJ.iiMr.Tj ha i ARMED MOBJN CONTROL As Cwi-tt OJStUU Ftr ta Atterr-t ts CJrr O.-i Cs art's Ortr ts Wr Recsrts ts j tn.Tra C-tj ilS V. COX LMiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiWi iBhPiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiH HUSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV 'siiiiiiiiiBPiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV . i l BlausahMtK Mr fwmJIBj t T I 1 U! f ite :; n 7WLi i. aw. iiiit luiit vw'.rMist Jc Jbt ;itto44nii4;. SvjJfcx aateorttftar b zxactar s It -Vdt a 14 is HrJisux. 5-Tia.w HAsriwe 3rr u s. tme-p tf 7"nii btex X tad. Kru Tit-, ommer a-MsiE-iw. U JJzaz. hott dtf 2 -i--jf rrr r, rentes iM i-fi. yw ix ucaubtMMMt. Ti Ttantefag Cwa Tewfe-trr" uc4tAa ic M Sera: ttes ir. 4. Hty vjyzxr VTrtt Boater irftn-sf Sfxirtxttax St ili'ifi tar DMtf"v K Stt i. i3 zjs-wx Mnrr ie...

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 December 1912

.- if-, " ,JTT' w -o "W " r ""v i" , ;" iaw vTTg7v S4 - ai tt OKLAHOMA CAPITAL NEWS FIGURES WANTED BY SENATE NOW IN HANDS OF DEPU TY" IN8PECTOR. FIVE YEAR PERIOD IS COYERED Treasurer Handled More Than 114, 000,000; Technical Deficit Shown, But Buildings s Not Listed. Tho resolution passed by tho senalo calling upon tho stnto treasurer for Information as to tho tax and revenue incomo of (ho state, will not necessari ly go long without a reply, since Stnto Examiner and Inspector Fred Parkin son has Just made public hl report ot an exhaustive examination of the finances of tho stnto by Deputy Stnto Exnmlnors C. J. Alexander and Homer HammondB, which not only covers the revenue receipts of tho stato but all other fiscal matters from November 16, 1907, to Juno 30, 1912, or for tho first four years, seven months and fourteen days of stntchood. Tho nd valorem state taxes levied within tho period were $7,220,090.7.'; collected, $5,240,723.85; and the luvlos and collections for ouch year wer...

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 December 1912

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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 December 1912

r''. f, ' '.' u V jrr 9 . .SJ ' -L4 ; ' :: ;::::::: Satita's feadguar t erQ v Local News Items ..$.... Mrs. Maud Snyder returned to Elmn Saturday, alter a very tilcasant visit with her sister at Law ton. Mrs. ( mvrv. fit near stor niitr. returned from Wichita rails few days ago. HH I m&m m WmmmD yfo 4fer i &wmmffiM8mm&M!&m This is fine weather for plow ing; so keep that valuable imple ment on the move. Mr. McAnaw, of Cement, was hero visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Fenton this week. ll A i IPS 1 I9 a f$ Ui F "PIS 9 iikX IDG11I1, CGilt? taZ. tfvd&iakel S C. J. Jonson and family today for Colorado, where expect to make their home. left they I). E. McAnaw, Miss Sarah McAnaw and Mrs. Fen ton were visiting up at Cement Sunday. A. P. Autherford, mail carrier on the star route line, was a Law ton visitor a few days ago. Don't fail to see those dishes at the Old Reliable, they are dandies and are being given a way too. Avdt. Geo. M. Malvern, one of the leading citizens ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 December 1912

w ra i fsERIAlT L STORY ) r I Sable I Lorcha S " B Hrace Hazeltiae Co 1 I sf aa Oat. sjJ set iaT aa-x.-.-ac' witicr: !--sat i-gebry K srr ! -a -. cer-r ti art is yrsiji ix. yjj "" r s irrc2.. ict Ai ties tr a 1vx - wacc liijJlapt tin 13 x; titt - ri--i ? "M- t.. . .. - . . ." VW " vfccw . lj - -1 I W it- ;ar scan .-uci a: ii. "wcci , $3 S.-.C -- tors. 1 i4 ' ec rf ti -,-i . . . , ! "Day aftar !m'w, s S e.'i"Ojt -2 w. .s ! .. A ' I a ll T? tm M? -!? I r;l !lii " $:: sa . to t V - V- m Ie a - -. w. c - k .- fvmi b Abiiuacicr - rrr muTj- ij- eriliirr TSiiifrmT ' tzd jt ' rT&r; " zrr too sssd! cot to ter - ,. n tier 3 emfl-i?-r i 1 - n .-. -?-rfcrlr!- lir tii 'JUi Itr iiii It. cz. ti,i-li ot tiia I tixrM. r. - ..k . a . 1 mV " .. . . t . . vtlef kr citrp4 feacf, ic vi )C9-IIc cscs tB ac p?iU)Usx :o jccjr t r?rtfJ. Jci; to actfsUy I iriet3 tie ducJosj- it u set for rs to liiti, ?-. i Pfru.t T I EfcS13ESiCSi35Sis3 w---v -J J. A, w JhaULTf A ti... iriri o; 5V0 5&. Rue PS ' &t t...

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 December 1912

fp ".ywv.-j"- ir )i $1 ; PROPER WASHING OF DISHES Method! That Take Time but In the End Product tha Results Most Desirable. The bacteriologist finds no kitchen clean enough and the ordinary method of washing dishes he is likely to call a "smear." Dishes have been tested to deter mine the number of orgnnlsms that . remain on them after "ordinary" wash ing aa compared with a method that requires an application of hot water with the help of soap or, better still, carbonate of soda, a thorough rinsing in hot water, and wiping with a sterl Used cloth (that Is, ono which has been In boiling water since it was-used be fore.) By this latter method the dishes were practically sterile, whllo many organisms wero left on the dishes that were washed by the "ordi nary" method. One might ask, what harm will they do? Oftentimes none, but If the bacteria are thoso which convoy dis ease, dirty dishes may bo tho means of giving It to well persons. Hut most of all, persons who are at all thought ful of...

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 December 1912

o r rr n i i ri 1 1 j rr 1 i 1 irrrrrrrrrr rrrrryi I B Elgin 7TS o Gjstfim GSs- 3 ADYHTlSflfG QUIRK rssu is. 2nlj an I ttiI an rs :& Sf Limber Company Z .nTC 3sr- e ; ' ' out Gin ,f iT r:i Psui Sac Oicke, SB. 5sr I u R E S U L T S -. ! raft,.. $ WWPW fp i Job Kl' Wrt i V t' ,aV - . m tim1 S r Do j YOU Know About OUR Prices (jr i,':uj g -D- JtBlWC JXS2T x Jrasf I (I I j ZnODGGC j If Yon Want YOU ess i TsnMtf is tfci piper TrrocLe due bo cai ot W9C S cstxs3rs.srr. LTc thai jtr if 705 irast tome Use This Paper Pratittt AP tf re furt to serve yju w.th anything in the lint of printed stationery frr jour business and personal use. D O C 3 Carfe r Ammm otto. The best qcafity of work at prices feat are KGKT WtM E VERYTH I N G! In rW material gen eral hardware, ccal, posts American field Fence,and nice line of beating stores. Don't fail to let me figure on your lumber and hard- are bills, T. R. Bennett, Mgr. X. ill. S-J4CCT B'lli-l A Your Trade Appreciated B. V. HAMILTON, Manager at a sr...

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 December 1912

sm -fm "fttQfW'VrStffr!' u 'p!W!w-9jr..'!P7'f- H. !-- fT- ft3Rwy f ; t TfflBf " KWW 7, FlpFvrY Iff t mers .sasaW m & .1 fin m '&'- ir 1?- Succetftor to Indiahoma Chimpioii ff , n id : t : Vol. 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, lS12r i. - Sl ' ' "W Far namDi aV A ... i i i i . L.n .i. I i t i ! ! -t D. E. McAnaw umber "V Compan Dealers in . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPhersoN, Pres. 0. A. McPherson, V. P. E. McPherson, Cashier. Diirta I Jci Blacksmiths, Horseshoers, mCe MSI and Wagon Maker' Taken From Their Annual Year Book, and Published For the Benefit of Our Farmer HORSESHOEING. Plain Shoeing, No. o to 4. per set .".... .$1.75 Plain Shoeing, Nos. 5, 6, 7, per set ;',. 2.00 Toed and calkud, Nos. 0-4, per set 2.00 Toed and calked, Nos. 6, 7, 8, per set . . . . 2.50 Bar Shoes, each,...

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 December 1912

: j it ! l t Farmers' Champion J. S. SOULE. Pobll.htr . '. OKLAHOMA ELGIN. OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES i As. Oklahoma oil welt Is desirable, ' though crude. A camp of Song of Veterans has keen organlezd at Perry. That thlrty-two-page edition of the Checotah Times also among the nifty holiday productions. Pottawatomie county's poultry show waa held at Shawnee with many en trie. Fire jurors who failed to respond to roll call for the October term of court at McAlesier were fined S5 each. The Interdenominational Sunday 8cbool association of Kay county held Its semi-annual conrentlon at Ponca City. The petition of Phony Johnson, a convict la t state penitentiary, for a release on a writ of habeas corpus, was hea'd by Judge Llodtke of the superior court at McAIester and the writ denied. The Consolidated Oil and Gas com pany, which has eight strings of tools working In the Wayside and Bolton fields, brought In a 3,500,000 gasser on the Oelger farm near Dolton and a seventy-barrel oiler on the Neer...

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 December 1912

mm& rVi -. (J U fr v 'I 0 sA "r I' A- wr a w NEWS OF THE STATECAPITAL MMtUIRY INTO VARIOUS. PUR. CHASES FOR THE STAVE PENITENTIARY. C0MPEIT1VE BIDDING OPPOSED Striata Committee Is Making Invests atlon of Prices for Its 8uppllea Particular 'hakl Cloth and Coffee. That the state benefits by reason of the fact that state warrants are now equivalent to cash and discounts oan be secured on purchase of goodB, whore a year ago many concerns would not sell supplies to the stato becauso these firms would have to wait Indefinitely for their money; and that the penitentiary at McAlester Is being maintained at a less per capita cost than any other prison in the Uni ted States, were statements for the benefit of the senato committee in the Investigation of methods of the board of affairs. Warden 11. W. Dick of the state penitentiary was questioned regard ing the purchases of khaki cloth. Mem bers of the board of affairs stated that in making tho order for the goods they had acted on the reco...

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 December 1912

jVv 1 1 U r &. t: llf! 1rv I MW 1 I 1- Farmers' Champion J. S. SOULE, Editor and Publisher FREE FEAKLESS PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, December 26 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1012, at the postoifice at Jigin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION: Ono -ar J 1.00 Six months 50c No subscriptions taken (or less than el mouths. Tour subscription lms expired or will expire with this Issue If there !e a cross (X on the tnnrgln opposite this Dotlco. ADVERTISING RATES: Display ada, 12 l-ScenU per Inch (or each Insertion. Discounts given on targe ads. All advertising matter run until paid and ordered out iWiWVWVS' raVai"wKM'i'MW'Ni',ki TELEPHONE NO. 45. For Next Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN Law ton Oklahoma THE OLD AND THE Nr.W In a few days we will say goodby, adieu, farewell to the historical year 1912 forever. As it slips away from us, with all of its memories, it awakens a cord of pain in our hearts as we think it will be everlastin...

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 December 1912

7 j v m ,.. v J.l vr'&UV i 41 " mmiruzinazmmnmasammi mxs2mzm3KVBgusixis2iyiKw2 Ribelin, Stone & W We thank our nimnmrnus riic ,Cfi toniers for their verv liberal Christmas trade, and hope they enjoyed its benefits. We now wish them a Happy New Year. ir?yrr La SJ tiuUft. W :: Local News Items Lafe Hall Flinn house. has mo veil tnlo the Mi-Mrs. , Farmer has moved Kennemur's residence. into "Central" had a vacation loup enough to go home for Christmas dinner. C. G. Collin has moved on the H. P. Hansen farm, two miles west of town. Mesdamcs C. G. Collin and It. C. Richardson wore in Lawton Thursday, Christmas shopping. Last Saturday the editor of the Champion accompanied Dr. Gamble and wife to Lawton and back in their handsome Ford. The morning was crisp and cold; but the Dr. being a heroic driv er, the distance between here and the county scat ,vas soon covered, where wo alighted tic kled to death that we were alive. The return home was a repetition of the going, onl. a little ...

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 December 1912

i ' fit r If !, t! ;t i ERIAL STORY J :3?KSI32& The Sable Lorcha BT- Horace Hazeltine vKWyWVAWA'AWAWAV (OorrlM, UW, A. a MoClsrc 04 8YNOP3I8. Robert Camrron, capitalist, consults Phillip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re fardlnf anonymous threatening! lettcra ha he received. The first promliea a sample of lha wrtter'e power on a certain dar. On that day the head la mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter la In the room. Clyde haa a theory that the portrait wns mutilated while tht. room waa unoccupied and the head later removed by means of a strlns;. unnoticed by Cameron. Evelyn Grayson, Cameron a niece, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to tree, where It waa had been used na a target Clyde pledges Evelyn to eecrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by riilletui Murphy, an artist llvlnir nearhy, had borrowed a rifle from Cam trail's lodgekeoer Clyde makes nn ex cuse to cnll o". Murphy and Is repuHed He pretend to be...

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 December 1912

li " U WKnmuww2t- t ,stjj Frr3';ic;j' ""r ii T!l""""pB,BBBsaTsBaBafaBBssaafa IT si 'yj-s -4 1 1 f&fc ONLY. PROPER REVENGE RRBUKINQ THE PRESUMPTION OF THE MARRIED WOMAN. Too Many Seek to Probe Into the Heart Secrete of Their Leu For- tunate Slaters, and Deserve 8evere Treatment A good many Inferences might bo mado about her own experience In preserving the tender passion with a lire husband. To write so feelingly of the preservative qualities of a dead lover naturally suggests that a living spouse gave her cnusn to do some cob bling at the run-down heels of senti ment. Dut that did not excuso her Impertinence! Nothing gave her the right In the sight of God, man or other women; nothing excused her. A cowboy with a record for men ho had killed finally met his match. His admiring friends were "stumped" to find an epitaph to put upon tho monument they bullded him. At last they hnd graven there In chaste and forceful simplicity, "Ho done his durncdest." I, too, faltering beforo tho fu...

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 December 1912

FT V - jr j -v "V " i JYi rt -r .,, V " ,(.('''. mP; -JS' vi h. . .ir 1 m 1 "'- - t-1 i I 1 iff! it . Ito i' V !li ! 1 n y w , Jj. , -A"1!- 0 OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS re read by the people because it gives them newt of absorbing in terest People no longer go looking about for things they want they go to their newspaper for information as to where such things may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring your wares to the atten tion of this community, our advertising columns Should Contain Your Ad an a nnjTjtnj-ii-ifinni-irirri-rr -.- "ww BftsBBsftSk. s& If You Want R E S U L T S YOU can get them by ad vertising in this paper. It reaches the best class of people in this community. Use this paper if you want some of their business. Use This Paper VMMWWMWWWHWWWIWAWWt Job SmUs leftrt Geisc EIm. wkart Printing We are here to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and personal y use. Letter Heads Bill Head ,-, Eavelopes Card...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

i --.fl( - Tf -v yT- v$r"r? - v" """'WfV-1 ? --t "n"" . .tMk i? TT'- 'S'pjf- o Ya -. . ,-,; vu-A -v o 1pfc Farmers Champion Successor to Indiahotna Champion ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1913 r -- z Vol.3 No. 12 -vrprl Vr1 ""- 'f i t I I 1 D. E. McAnaw Lumber T Compani Dealers in . . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton MMCU The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin Elgin, Oklahoma Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPhbrson, Prcs. 0. A. McPherson, V. P. E. McPherson, Cashier. I t ;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .. .;. .;. .;. . .j. .5. .5. .5. .;..:..j..K--:H'.t..M'-H' I J. P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very . . . Bargains in GROCERIES AND FURNITURE See Kennemur First Door West of Post office Fine Kitchen Cabinet Given Away .1 Elgin, Oklahoma 1 m aw THE BABY'S SMILE S) I I Just Oh, there's something mighty knowin' in a little baby's smile, And there's something mighty grippin' in it. 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. — 9 January 1913

. -o Farmers' Champion - ! ELGIN. J. S. SOULK, Pulill her OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOFES Wo'ro tho fifth parcelB iont 70110. Huptilpa will try uincuilam for pav ing ItH HtriHltH. I'ralrlo llren raged for hovciuI ilaya about thu town or Mn)H. Ketch u 111 Ih thu iiauii' of a now town on tho Al. O. &. 0. mad. Tulsa Ih remodeling hoiiiu of ItH "Indian vitiligo ordlnanceH." (luthrlo Ih after mi umbrella fac tory that oinploya '.Till people. Former (Jovoriuir HiiRkell Ih tlrll lliiK 1111 oil woll near Okenuih. J. L. Ilarnafio, prominent Tulsa law yer, has quit tho law to conduit 11 farm. Tnlilciiiiuli Ih going after a ntiivo fnc lory which carries a $1,000 weekly pa) roll. Tho county seat war at .lay nppenrn to hnvo dwlmllud down to a type writer campaign. Locdy has Just Htistalned n $25,000 fire loss. Hut I.eeily will como again, bettor than over. Kapulpa busluesH men nre propos lug nutoniobtlo service from that city to the dishing oil Meld. A prlro lighter and 11 "gun man" co...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

f t&F H '? Y 4 n x&m ECONOMY- of high living cost Calumet ful saving in your baking. Il insure wholesome food, tasty food uniformly raised food. Calumet it made right to sell right to baka rlRhl. Ask one of tho millions of women who use It or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World". Purs Fx2 Exposition, Cl.!co. Ut Pari Exposition, France, March, 1012. Vou don'l tavt money tohen you luu cheap or tig-can lading powder. Don't otmlilead. Duu Calumet. It'i more economical more uholaomt gteu bast result. Calumet is far superior LOGICAL. "Tho manager always keupa hack a portion of tho villain's salary." "Why does ho do that afraid ho'd skip?" "No; but ho always acts his part better when he's mad." Surprised Him. Thero was a follow uho proposed to all tho girls just for fun. He had no Idea of Kottlng himself engaged, hut ho enjoyed tho preliminaries. So ho was disagreeably surprised onco uud served him right. "Miss Evelyn," he said soulfully, "do you think you could love mo ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

Farmers' Champion .1 S. Soule. Editor and Publisher FUEE-FEARLUSS- mOGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, January 9 Entered aa second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. sunscniPTioN: Ono year $1.00 Six months DUc No EubacrltloiiB tukeu for less than eix months. Your subscription hns expired or will expiro with this Ismio If tlioro Ih a nnsH (XV on tho margin opposlto ibis liotlce. ADVERTISING RATES: Display nds, 12 l-'Jcents por Inoli for Mich Insertion. Discounts given on lurfjo nds. All ndvortlfclng mnttor run until imld and ordered out MMWMAAAVMV TELEPHONE NO. 45. For Next Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN Lawton Oklahoma A. L. McPherson Killed About, five o'clock Friday even ing, January 3rd, the telephone wires brought word to our little city that sent pain to every heart and casl a sad gloom over the entire community. Every quiver of the wire seemed to be barbed with grief when it hur riedly stated that A....

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