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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 June 1914

rwwmrp f 55!ipB y Jmp f .If flFTSK- MJIi',LLJ f- ' jf r. i " 4 wtt .-. . '"' Falrmers, r VOL. IV. . , L0 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914 N0.34 Champion t " ! EH j. .;. .j. To The Public I have bought out the interest of R. M. Young and will continue the business at the old stand. You can get good gains here for cash. Just received new ment of shoes. Bring in your poultry, produce, and cream. G. W. Walker ! t Echoes From Stony Point. (Too late for last weak.) After the pood rains we are having fine weather and the far mers will be busy for a while. Wc ate glad to state that Mrs. M. L. Stites is recovering from her serious illness. Will Homly and wife were vis itors at the Fross homo Sunday. Louis Porter and children, who live 'east of Elgin, visited his brother, Dock Porter, Saturday night and Sunday. T. W. Ballon and .wife took dinner with Fitzgerald's Sunday. Qiitd a number of young folks jrHlliercd at the home of D. L. Gilhland ami spent a pleasant afternoon Sunday. C. E ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 June 1914

'.j"jHV ?V?f .hi H . "it -J ELGIN. OKLA. FASMEKS CHAMPION U i i i v.l r l! I' 1 r '.4 KEEP "IN FORM" This really means help ing the digestion good, the her active and the bowels free from con stipation. You are then ready to "ply the game" to in. For any disturbance in the di gestive functions HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS v.- Ivs- p'cv .ft r .'.. Yvj ;r .. i " H -j r t.P SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tiii tamt sirsra1rx cJea&tisc mi TUl&lU Ut ii U.Ua?JC It A soluble Anlivrptic Powder to b dutolved In water aj needed. A a mol jr i cal aijti jc tor do i-i.- fb trpaUif.i; ftisrlj, ln"30.a.tJ'3 or V-f'l of Ii- tl t'AS c4 u.t fiaoxwl try It-rnthtM 1IU i hA fj -j jaI Tor teti yeaa the I.ydm K 1'ltiJtl.aui MedtdooCj ha tt3imm-nii4 I'axUa't In UMrll pnrzUi rsirrt?jO(lK'-H with (imn. wtiWb prover lw superiority. Vonvn b'j bare leeen rf-d us it U "worth 1U weight In gold - At druggists, fc laigjj box, or by malt. Th I'uzUju lollu Co, IKnstou, Jlaas. Soda Fountain fVl I 'nnUlfl We titu UuJ- ;, reaa ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 June 1914

jatif, RlifW - r- " V ,r" ""pr f. 'VKty ' . , r t - '. ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ' i: 1 $ -'A ' UlWe rs A t. vm i. MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND PAINS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham. Veg etable Compound. Terra Hill, Pa.-" Kindly permit ma to givo you my testimonial In favor of I.ydln E. I'inkham's Vegetal'. Com pound. When I drat began taking it I was sufTerinjr from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of uches pains In low er part of back anil In atili.a ,! n...a WiH'IPF in& tiow'n pai"s- l 1 It'll Ll cou,i not 8,,,,n arui had "no appetite. Since I have taken Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com pound the aches and pains are all gone and I feel like a new woman. I cannot praise your medicine too highly." Mrs. Augustus Lyo.v, Terre Hill, Pa. It is truo that nature and a woman's world nas produced the grandest remedy for woman's ills that the world has ever known. From the roots and herbs of the field, Lydia E. Pinkham, forty years ago, gave to womankind ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 3 June 1914

"ira ? W. LGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION Kt- Hi 'i !1 i: H li i i&f it Farmers' Champion WETTENCGL AMD SONS Publ'h'S. Punished Every Wednesday Elgin, June 3 Entered as Fecond-claBS mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffire at Elgi . Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. SL'IMCmPlICN. One year J100 bit month ii 5c Year uotr:i t on l expired or illl snlni v Itb Oil Iwue If tiiote la a trow (X) jij tbe nurgbi oppoullo tblr , uctlcu. ADVERTISING RATES: DUplaj tult. 12 I Au jor lucli for ntli Imwrtion D count wn ou la.go ad AU 1tf.-tiiu? maltvr run until paid anil orilamd out About Al. A large number of republicans are exacted to vote for Al Jen nings in the primaries in order to have a chance to defeat him in the November election. At any rate this is what some of the traveling men Hay. Many honest, teputable demo crats say they will not vote for Jennings whatever the cost. And for this reason some un principled republicans think it a wise plun to help nominate Al to see de...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 June 1914

Srt.15, VW PA- ifpyy T" . , y "t jf Kt'WII' fcr-t- ' , ,. fa t JU I'l - J. easmcnmnnsa " Farmers1 Champion u. VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, At? JUNE 10, 1914 NOJ1 7 j H i-i in r .; "j l ! .1 CREAM! CREAM! 4. 4l ll(. Highest market price paid for cream at all times. Prompt service, courteous treatment, and perfect tests. Present prices, cash 18c, trade 19c. Your pat ronage appreciated at all times. a W. Walker Services At 10 O'clock. The children's day exercises at the Methodist church next Sun day will begin promptly at 10 o'clock so as to set through for the preaching at the Baptist church at 11 o'clock. A special program of songs and recitations will be rendered. Both churches have announced hnptteing for Sunday afternoon. The AfcthndisLj will have theira,at 3:30 p. m. at the HofTer farm just north east of Elgin. Corn In Silks. C. W. Lipeett has a narrow strip of corn which is not only in tassel but also in silks, quite n number of ears showing from the road. It is vst a s ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 June 1914

:-.- --i -y- - ' r v l V- J (i JffJ" V ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION . i. HI r im Mi 1 I " I M" i i ! u s M 8 i ' I ft I -I s r 1 - fWt r i - EN wt s t PLANTING TREES FOR saBBaa cT.. aw-aaaaUt t rBBBBBBBf," w ISBaaaMsa. JmW' sBBBBeBBBBBBBsBarc?v?r" -I.--, ii A Fine Tt t. St BOSrWTOS la jecMinc hat trees to plant ebot the botj for shade I want to call a'ttettos ta l varieties, oae of which .t ealte wefi iaowa. Th-e first 1 tie Jtpaaese walnei. Tat tree rroa tie Onct -n Snt lapartl bact tea or iftes ra.n a aI l raitBjr croula? la popnlinty htr tt It ku ts lettttl It aot bear csca reibUac to oar naUr Kci ajeris? la leal ad na.-ner oi rroth. It doe cot Urt easy tteb aid tier are ttick. utbj aad WazL Tt:ea Sare or WaT lu ap;araace U aot Terr pre;of lor or graceful, bat -bta la lea.t It in eonaare la beaaty nh asy of oar find uw. aa! It fare to atUact tt a;lntio: of rry obverTer of trwllfe. lu leara ar larse aad tropical la oitliae aa4 ak a dM shade. To dl tb- nallU cf a flae taade tre It...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 June 1914

'Wi-llV'1 " L H" ' ' 4nx MrtA .T V -""'.- - AW' , "Mf? s ' "MrO HER EXPERIENCE , GAINED ON TRIP f Foand That Ladies in State Agreed With Her on One Important Queition. Mnnc.ham, Ia. Mrs. I.lia Rarber, of this town, who ban roturncd ifrom a trip In West nntl Mlddlo Tennessee, lias the following to sny: "I have boon on a trip In Mlddlo and West Tennes son, whore I found many ladles using Cordul, tho woman'a tonic. Whllo travolltiff 1 took Krent pleasure In tell ing what It had done for mo I not only praised Cardul but advised poor suffnrliiK women to tnko It, I know that Cardul cured mo and I believe It will do thn sanin for otlior women. Sometlmo aso, I could hard!. Btand on my feet, nnd I had given up over having Rood health. After using two bottles of Cardul I could tell It vena helping me, and I continued taking It for awlilln. I soon felt as woll as I ovor did, and could do all of my work. I shall nlwnys praise this great medlclno to evory suffering woman. I think thero Is no oth...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 10 June 1914

- WT-,- -,. M n& t'' ' if. . -- f .-.-; i ILOIM. OXLA. FARMER! CHAMPION 4 I C- i' u ?. i '3, ' 'J. Fanners' Champion WeTTENGSL AND SONS Publ'll's. Published Every Wcdnesdny Elgin, June 10 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 11)12, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1871). SUIJSCIlll'TlON. Ono eur J 1.00 Six tuonlhs COc Your miD3JrIptli.il lias expired or a. Ill vxiilro wllli tlile Issue If Ibere Is a ciotitf vX on ttiu margin opposite ttiiB notlco. IJOM" WVMWW ADVERTISING RATC!: DMplar ni's. 12 1 Scents per loch (or each lusuitlun. I'Ucoiints plven on larpp ads. All adrurtlslop matitT run until paid hdJ ordored out Expensive Love. In a breach of promise suit, Miss Georgia Jay of Sioux City, Iowa, received $20,000 dam ages against Homer Rodeheaver, choirmaster for Evangelist Billy Sunday. He did not deny the engage ment but said he was not ready to get married, saying he wished to complete his musical educa tion. He testified he had no pr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 June 1914

'WTffw r- WP 5 T7M W ' i't S fn-triV n , i -.- " i Farmers' Champion ' '.T i'V?','i m. ( ' Ww, Ml r . V K VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEtiNESDAY. JUNE 17, 1914 NOSf i'!75Ti"T5''"i"l c y r. e -V' ? T .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. .;. ., .j. ,, .j, .j, ,.4 .j, .j, CREAM! Highest market price paid for cream at all times. Prompt service, courteous treatment, and perfect tests. Present prices, cash 18c, trade 19c. Your pat ronage appreciated at all times. V a W. Walker ) 4 4. .;. ! .;. .j. ;. .. .;. .j. .j. 4. .;. . Elgin Man Named. A number of republicans met in Lawton Saturday afternoon to select some candidates for office to bo placed on the primary bal lot. 0. 0. Klrkham was selected to be placed on for state senator nnd Col. L. C. Coffin of Elgin for representative. As ye editor expects to bo bis opponent in the November elec tion, we are not disposed to throw any bouquets at him just now, but will say that he is .1 bout as good material as could be found in the republican party in this...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 June 1914

rSpiwfrr: v ,y',;',' Wl M r. ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION I I HI HER CAST-OFF BEAU By GEORGE C. HAMILTON. "I guess that good-for-nothing Wal ter Jameson will be coming homo boom, now that the old man has cashed In," w3b I ho gossips verdict In Hicks vllle. And when, n few weeks later, Wal ter did arrive from the West, to tako enro of his widowed mother, the gos sips winked aud nodded to one an other as much as to say, "I told you 40" Walter had been tho unsticcrnstul one of the family. Ills ulster married a rich lawyer In New York; his fcldor brother was a successful lawyer In tho name city Uut Wnllpr had never suc ceeded At taut hla father hod bought him a ticket to .Nevada It was In tho day of the gold boom and told him not to let him too tils faco agaUi Walter did not f&el any particular regret at leaving a futhnr who had no or hown him any affection. Hut his mother had cried, and thut made him feel badly alpo leaving Nancy Dayton They had . "u sweethearts once. Hut that was...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 June 1914

""T "WV M I 7w i- Brt'ii f VV M"-' ' V "'",.W1 J , srw , ;;w:wxwm!m v &.. '.m r? vi . T'' ELGIN , OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ,r' v. -. TheSource of Uric Acid dt.T intT.'"1' ''fomn.on habit that lailen ulooU weakens the klW s. tttM MhZVll" ?"" W"li, hows?., Ucli M Uckaclm ami urinary dljonleri au, can bo ,t0,M)uJ by prompt'lrc.Zen" J ,..'." t0?"' ,KI,lncir l'lll. ' best "0- ?S au mo" wMely u,eU kMny An Oklahoma Case underwent jreal uflerlne from disordered kidneys ene Hr Wauneln (Irct.on, of 414 W. Orund Ave okla homa Cilj Okla "I hart a dun. iavy arhe In the aniau or - "ill. uiiu nfada hit aint nr oue iprllt My Hid " w re Ir euiar n helped m and ....imiiy un a rr nd i! ai,vkr I , , , d' I nun tfl.t... ..... Gel Doan'a at Anr Slow. BOe a Dox DOAN'S kidney FOSTDt-MIUlURN CO. BUFFALO. N."y. Just as Good. "llao ytm nny li cent clpars?" naked tlm wan "No," replied tho druggist, "but un lia"o nmnthlng Just as good Hero's a 10 cent cigar" BAD TETTER ON HANDS It. P D. No. 1. Crltz, Va "I ha...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 17 June 1914

y?5!S'pyn7' '.' v ,1 rf,r 'if i ELGIN, OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION l rro-yaTi-fl-fl-ii-B-fl'fl-Byfl-ainra-aTirirfif n opooooooooooooopoonooooofl a r AS OTHERS SEE US The only newspaper man in this part of Oklahoma who is a candidate for the legislature, as far as the En terpVine knows, is II. P. Wettengel, editor of the Cham pion at Elgin. Mr. Wettengel prohahly gets out the best paper in a town no larger than J.lgin in the whole atate. Ho has all the earmarks of being excellent legislative tim ber. He has taught several terms of school, beginning as a rural teacher and finishing as head of a good sized high school. He has had experience as a business man. He attended the University of Illinois and is a lay worker in his rhurch who has done valiant service toward cleaning up Elgin morally. Mr. Wettengel has supported every democratic nominee for president since ho first cast his vote for Bryan in ISflfi, not even discarding Parker in 1901. Frederick Enterprise. The Farmers' Champion ia a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 June 1914

WPS',V .. .rf jrf . . r" 77 i 4v Wfi'"!?! Wh. w. '" P,'T".V'ifl! --. "if 'W't-.--. V i 'K fPr ,0. rp,n. -"W- 'W;-rJ-UtJ'Mv ,' Ur i i. ( ..- FarmerjChair t'i t j ,'iJL- m VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914 ,MOJ ''' . : i i ' .:. .J. ... J. .j. ... .j. .j. , Please Hurry On account of the hot weather and train service would kindly ask the far mer to get their cream in not later than 4 p. m. Saturdays As have to hold it over till Monday if you don't. We with to make the ser vice the best possible for all concerned. G. W. Walker 4, 4. .j. ,. .. .;. .;. .;. j. 4. 4. .j. .5. .;. 4. .; 4. . 4. 4. .;. .j. .j. 4. jt. 4; 4. 4, 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. .;. 4. H. Nv Whalin For Judge. I - P ROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS CARDS JOHN F. THOMAS, Lawyer, Lnwton, Okla. DR. L. H. HILSMEYBR Physician - and - Surgeon Calls answered promptly Thone 31. Office at Elgin Hotel P. M. At Goronimo. Under tho civil service exami nation conducted on March 18, Mis. A. Q. Dickson received tne highest grade and has ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 June 1914

W?T" , l' '& T V ,! Y '... -r" F !-. C' ELGIN. OKLA. FARM ERS CffAMPIOW -, - v i ! , J. -i I By SELINA ELIZABETH HIQOINS. When Plotrti Hanchoz rrturncil from putting down tlio limurrpctlim In Mo illvn, hn brought to Ills homo town of I'lonta hut ono trophy of tho war a larfjo brans tannon. PIctro was nn hotiont, sturdy black timlth Hn hail fought JiibI as ho But tires on tho wagon wheels of shod n 'orso- 1Mb wholo noul In tho tnHk. Hn had been tho leadur of tho company which dnno tho marauding KntiR ,lf llholla, tho bandit, out of tho dis trict. Who had a better right to adopt tho great Held pleco ns a boh enlr of thuso troublosomo battlo day? Tho blacksmith shop was located on tho topmost bluff overlooking tho broad Itlu llraioe, commanding tho valley for miles Just at Ha edge PIctro bad set tho crr-scn. "It la n memento, a monument and a trado sign." Bald P!tro. "Thero It shall remain as a record, remlndor and sign manual of tho trado of tho anvil." "Hut, neighbor." spoko a fc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 June 1914

'f H W ' V .....- ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION .1 Children's clothes should be fresh and sweet -this means a big washnevermind CARBO NAPTHA SOAP. Washday then has no terrors. No rubbing. No worry -clothes clean germs killed mother happy, Kun-NO-MORE CARIIO NAI'THA SOAP used on your linens and cloth means a clean, healthy, happy, ircrmlcss home It docs not need hot water. Naptha Cleans Carbo Disinfect RUB-NO-MORR RUB-NO-MORE Washing Powder Csrbo Nipiha Soip Five Cents All Grocer TheRub.No.More Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Throw Away your complexion troubles with your powder puff no need of cither when you use pure, harmless Race Pomade "The ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER" At all dealers or by mail ;oc. Zona Co., Wichita, Kansas. Canadian Farm Bargains fift.ii'Ei? Hlu.K.rua id Iracu Hefrrat .lu.n far anlrk 10.0. Kdaiuoton All. Lacks Glitter. "Consistency li a Jewel." "Thai's ull rlgh. but you can't work It off on the girl instead of 3 diamond ring." Itcil Cro Hall Illuc makes the Inumlrets liomiy, ma...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 24 June 1914

'W' J ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION .. , W srjf y. Farmers' Champion WBTTRKGEIi AND SONS Publ'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, June 24 Entered as second-dnss mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, nt tlie postoflicc at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1879. SUllbOHllTlON: One var 11.00 6lx montha GOc out siibacrlpth'O has expired or III vxplro with tills Isriiie If theio Is n crops (X ou tlio miUKlii oppoaltu this notice. yWMWMWMMMMM ADVEUTI3INO RATES! Display iid.i, Vi. 1 2cuutB pnr Inch for each lusertluu DUcoiintn Riven on larse ads. All nJvertlaliif mutter run until paid and ordered out Yes, Swat 'Em. Let everbody swat the weeds, swat tlte (lies and swat the roosters. They are injurious to the looks of the community, the health of the people and the preservation of your eggs. Yes, Swat 'Em. In a speech at Law ton Thurs day evening Hon. E. P. Hill of Pittsburg county, a candidate for nomination for attorney gen eral, said he is a prohibition ist from conviction and not from...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 July 1914

V rarmers Champion m mr vol. iv. iLGifi. Oklahoma, Wednesday, july 1.19U T MftisV 1 I FrnNOMY - It- ,.,.-. tI h -! r- This it life's watch-word and you are constantantljr in search ef It. I hare it. Listen! It's either borrow and pay interest or sell gotofe for less than they are worth to raise the rnoney. I prefer giving my customers a chance to save money. Hence the following pri ces from July 4th to July 11th: 7 days. C Shoes. $4.oo shoes 3.oo $3.50 " 2.65 $4.oo Oxfords ' 2.90 $3.oo " 2;oo $2.50 " 1.90 Hats 3.50 Hats 2.25 2.50 " 1.65 2.oo " 1.25 Calico at 4 l-2c Other bargains that will save you money. You can judge how bad I need the cash now. It's my loss and your gain if you use it I mean cash for each article. None charged ner exchanged for produce; don't ask it. Bring your produce and 1 will exchange you goods at the regular market price. It's your chance, use it When money is scarce it's the time to use it to advantage. r oTAMr n tixt aii a C. J1UHL, IL.LuVJlll, Sick List. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 July 1914

irw 'f' rawijPPlSW?' fr ELGIN, OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION TRUE DAUGHTER OF UNCLE SAM RULES FOR RAISING BEEF IN THE SOUTH At "' BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeS 'IJJsSgtr- '-"-,?( Wissw Tn H ixsannnnnnnBannnnnnP1sannnnnnnnnnr T' Excellent Type Useful ruled for raining bof success itully In tlio Booth urn glvtn In farm sirs' bulletin 580, Jitnt IhhupiI liy the (United filatuH riuar(iiiuiit of ngrlt-ul-llure, urnlor Uio lltln of "Ueof Produc tion In tlio Boutli " After discussing In notno detail thu nvullalilo pasturo lands and granites, lliu liullotln sum tnarizen conditions as fotlowu' t Krndlcaln tho tick on the farm. , Oood pasture aro essential ')r trofllablo beef production. i'lant posture urosaes over tho waste lands. Use puro brod hoof bulls for grad ing ap the natlvo stock. Always solocl the boat heifers for (breeding purposes. Uso tho coaroo fodder, straws and Ike alalk fields for wintering tbo reedlng herd. Wean the calves when pastures got abort Put t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 July 1914

yv T&ffltVisftpy. vvw, V- ?ji ' OV r jt .MiiiT.a6Er,giii -WPOTFT. '" h V !. 1 . ?v ,,;w. ELGIN, O KL A. FARMERS CHAMPION V.i 'i' i To Cleanse Rusty Naii Wounds jggaj I .Always Cat . it lo Ilia HANFORD'S Balsam of Myrrh For Galls. Wire Cuts. Lameness. Strains. Bunches. Thrush, Old Sores. Nail Wounds. Foot Rot Fistula, Bleeding, Etc Etc Madi Since 1846. k Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 All Dealers ac-Hin,ordM'B'cw nilWWUIWig SYKACUSE.N.Y. Why Stiff r Fran Htidichit, Niwalg ia, RhtuMttisn flunl's Lldbtnlna Oil quickly relieve the pain. The Hurting and Achit nop almost instantly. A truly wonderful r.u.edf for those who suffer. It is astonishing bow (he pain fades away the moment Hunt's Lllihtnlnd Oil comes in contact with it So many people aro praising it, that yon can no longer doubt For Cuts. Burns, Bruisos and Sprains it is simply fine. All dealers sell flunt'a Lightning' Oil ia as and 50 cent bottles or by mail from 1. 1. Richards MeilclM Ct. Shirman Taut HAD THE PICTURE'S MEANING Spe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 1 July 1914

fcSLJLk w ,&' 'O ILOIN, 6KLA. rARMKXl CHAMPION rfc ft I. B K t ?y J , Farmers' Champion Wettengl'L and Sonb Fubl'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, July 1 Entered as second-claw mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoflico at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SUUSCHJPTION: On year S1.00 Sir. month COc Your subpcrtprlMi ha expired or III expire with UiIh Issuo If there In a troth (X on the margin oppoalto this notlca. ADVERTISING RATES: Display ads. 12 l-2cents per Incb (or each Insertion Miscounts glvon on largo ads. All a-lvertlslnr tnattur run until paid and ordered out Women from all over the coun try held a club pow wow in Chi cago last week and their presi dent suggested that these lofty and annointed personages take steps to "elevate" conditions in rural life. One of the suggestions was the erection of buildings for perman ent homes for country school teachers. That's good, its encouraging, its bully provided the "lofty ones" will undertake to supply ...

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