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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 August 1914

k ' t jiVl yr- f- v lfV.$ SsF V Farmers' L .4H -1 m VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 19M N0.44 i j' tlel y' Champion EL ' - . - . in SMMnMStmSMBMSMgMVVVWW-WMMr1 i 'i f-. 4,S ty M-WWW44'H.:.4H.4-MH"H":H!J-M-K:'4-M-!' PIGS IS PIGS But they are mighty j.nud eating when they are dead. Our hams, shoulders, bacon, and sausage are tender, deli cioue, appetizing, and never a "squeal." Oar steaks are fine and juicy. Bring in your cream. 21c G. W. WALKER M - " - xH:'H - HwK:M - - : - ! - WILLIAMS IS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR Will Have About ?.000 Plurality Over Robertson In State. Candidates For Congress And County Ticket The elnctioci retufnB in t.h3 statu seem to be very slow in gutting in. One weok after the primary seven counties did not have their official returns in to the state, election board. Coman che b one of the seven not re ported though tho votc on stats officials in this county had been - iriven our locally two days after tlie primary. Today tho counties ar...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 August 1914

lr " --$ IF-1 : HP". ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAM P I O N INi S ii i UJ fcr I ! j I L ! A I' 11 HI if 1 I ' I f J f H" i ?, KV( r.7- ur, r;r ". H TMU'S BID AT STATE FI Soloist of Intcriintloiril famo will accompany Tlinvltra (lre.it Itusslan Hand to the elKlitli iiiinunl Oklahoma State Knlr nuil KxiiohIiIoii, Oklahoma City. .Sept. 22 to Oct :i, lull. Thoy are singers In tho prima of their famo nnd nlilllty, among them being llrnesto (Jeaccone, a celebrated tenor soloist, Mrlm was ono of tin; lending slngcrrf villi Hie San Carlos Opera Company, appearing at one tlmo ulth N'ariHcn and Constantino. Me lias since been singing ut tlii' lloiton flrnnil Opera House, under the direction of Henry Itussell. His olcc In one of rare liea uly and power, und ho is an ex cellcnt actor Slgnorn Knillln I.e.-valll would need no Introduction In the big music cm tern. Shu Is posessod of a pleailng lyric soprano volco and groat dclkacy and flro of dramatic Interpretation She was one of tha lending sopranos...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 August 1914

'rZ'T. TT 'rrrip '1 y"M ,f'"!'1','J, ?ir";fP' 'gfcf'i xzr-: Ji&W?-- h t ?,y 4'tf ., i ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION m it, a 5I L ill w j . V, VJ i . . h rk ? r t WOMAN WEAK AND NERVOUS Findi Health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Creston, Iowa. "I suffered with fe malo troubles from tho timo I camu into womanhood until I had taken Lydia E. rmklinm s Vegcta- Hf5ySj would have pains If KI'i; ; , jpj I ovurworkod or I il "J wt llf tod nnvflilnir heavy, and I would be. bo weak and ner vous and in bo much misery that I would ho prostrated. A friend told ma what your medicine had dono for her and I tried it. ltmnde mo strong and healthy and our homo is now happy with a baby loy. I am very i;lad that I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and do nil I can to recommend it." Mrs. A. 11. Boscakp, GO! E. Howard Street, Creston, Iowa. Tons of I toots and Herbs nro used annually In tho manufacture of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, which is known from ocean to ocean a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 August 1914

- -Tfvi"Yitr,s'''e y ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION - 4 4- v v '. , i ' 4 -J-' " , )p-r"cra ic Nor' -cs: : : 1 F 1 1 ' ,Fcr God; jrefctxnan, Cb Ih D-- DONT Si .. 21 M ! .' 'ft H rb &j& W tyi 'THE HEART &.. ft ? SwILiL V'c r 'nlisfI you something extr&ord'nary in ttik week's - f- i.. .. Hera It 13. We .'!llve ft to year jodge 1 ' n m il va!tie. s. wr raid, h order to close cm out tu rf.' ine suitings e have p'.s.c.d I on , . "; p.erra f cludlnjf th e'vi re st fabrics 'i ',. f "t all Mi-tdM and m.v pn-'ty de " ,.j and check. This collection rfitlvfel ' ..ptoSl per yard, especially pr-sd 25c. 4 V .' Dr-pui irt, f.,r a sample of IrjkrinUtisd stockings for won, women, and children lOe a pair. As a anelal 'nduc-ment to mail order customers we plaee on saJ 1050 ult ff guaranteed stockrfgfe In black only for ladfcp, Maek and ar for rr.'-n, f" Hack ribbed stock ings for children. 0 palm guaraiteed to woar 7, months or now stockings will r(jlace them Send your 'null order giv i...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 19 August 1914

Bft 'SH JXF vj-f Hiv-w: Bf ,t SSJw S- A ax 5' :f '&' "-TO f Ws '.. 'ytJvw r"ir' - Jjy""Wrt V! n i 1. f'W. .. 'i-, V !. .j.i t-w -t rf tu W!W l 'l,.'Wlt.'-W KK'm . f ' : - '' V--. 1 rtp ', ? ., v :?a ; ' ion 'W" -m! iv nT- T, Farmers Champ 1- J .7- - A" m J ' 1& H -: v r'V, J' l VOL. IV. State Nominees. The official count in the state primary was complet ed hit Wednesday and the re sult stands about the same as announced in our last issue. Following are the democratic nominees: ' For Governor, R. L. Williams. For Lieut. Governor, If. E. Trapp. For Secretary of State. J. L. Ly. For state Auditor, E. B. How ard. For Atty. Gen., 8. P. Freeling. For State Treas., W. L Alex ander. For State Supt., R. H. Wilson. For Examiner and inspector, Fred Parkinson. For President Board of Agri culture Frank M. Gault. For Clerk Supreme Court, Wil liam M. Franklin. For United States Senator, Thomas P. Gore. For corporation commissioner, A. P. Watson. For state mine inspector, Ed Boyle. For stat...

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 August 1914

V"7PSSr?3 i -v, i frrWTi: jfl.tr "5',,'v"y ,i'.lV ,f -r O-" ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION V 8 if ! ' I ! i' ft CH -.?, . 'j-f-.. e? SPUR FARM LANDS Many farmers are making a bard or Houbtful Urine on high-priced land! la localltlet cursed with Imoct poita, or foods, or drought, or wood planum, or other onomloi to successful farm Inf. Tho end of each year find time and energy practically wostod no progress tnado. Spur Farm Lands offer relief from those conditions. Ths tenant on tho high-priced landa farther cast can mako a payment and be master of his own ncroa hero. Any good farmor can pay for them from tha products thereof. Tho Spur Farm loads offer productive, virgin lands easily cultivated nt low prlcoa and on easy terms. Splendid crops are raised without ir-lcatlon. No boll woov.I ever k n bora. Altitude 1,000 to 2.600 foot. Considering the rollablo production ef theso landa, prices nro loweut In Texas; new country, settling fast; aplendld climate, no malaria, chills or fevor; g...

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 August 1914

g"4W1 W3 m1 'E ,ri'F-'i',- arty W . -sT?7 fFFWW! l H I "? . .- l-' " ... TO -. I.V '"fn' r ".'A? 'Si'h" u ELGIN, OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION vr. vfc 'i I & WORLD'S GREATEST RIDING AST ENGAGED FOR DIE STATE FAIR The European war Is responsible for (ho engagement of Qcorgo Holland and Rose Dockrlll, the world's greatest equestrians, to appear dally nt the eighth annual Oklahoma Stato Fntr and Exposition, Oklahoma City, Sept. 22 to Oct. 3, 1914. When word reached America that Mny Wlrth, who was engaged months ago to como to tho Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition this (all, Is ma rooned In Kurope, unable to return to tbla country In time to Oil her engage- iiiiiHISsiiiiiiHtl''Hilliiii teswswswsTytc, .etw'V 4tewswXwswswswswswswswm. - ,lf. TTawssttts illlK'vBl'rtiiflllll t .V '? 0-i"' ' ?, "-C!SBs7sb awsw w-jtjVM- i!jY iWi H VtBHH HKHE Hmd! ItH Bwsw! '7 '.swawswawswawawawaA JBSwaw9eswawawawawswSnwawaF JawswawawawawTi nws LH aLisilllllllW'''' "atnlsHwsW &&" 'HHwsWlaH aawStT awsTfBaw...

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 August 1914

.vi?B W 'V '(' ' Tff -' V? rH ' t -tr - '?.' "Mi w v , & ii X 9) S: ' r 'A c Fife . .. i SPIMRIBB OXFORDS AT YOUR OWN PRICE AT E. STONE'S, Elgin. Farmers' Champion Wettengel and Sons Puhl'h's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, August 19 Entered as second-clasH mat ter, December flrd, 1912, at the 'postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION: Ono yoar 11,00 Six monthH COc Your Buotcrlptlon has expired or Kill expire with tbls lesuo It thoio Is n cross (X on tlio tiiarglii opposite till unties. -w--. xM eofc AOVERTI8INO RATEC: Display mln, 12 J'cents per Itirli for each insertion. Dlsronula glvnn on largo nds. All advertising matter run until paid anil ordered out Oh, Consistency. In the recent primary an a mendment to the state constitu tion was voted on, gist of which was "to make drunkenness and excessive use of intoxicating liruors cause for impeachment or removal from office. In Comanche county the vote on this petition stood 1521 for to 891 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. — 26 August 1914

ri'muvvm L'VJ "V ";", ' fr' V.vfMN -Tl Vi f. i, ' i v .' v'. 'J . j ., ,.,.,-,.r ,.., v '' "3 drf Farmers' Champion , u f .W r,i VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1S14 N0.4f .-.. ) . , - A ! & I Neighborhood Newt. The town of Cement voted Tuesday on nn extra school levy of 4 mills in order to have un 8 months term of 3chool. Some one broke into the depot at Cement last week and stole all the booze in it. There were 11 deaths and 52 births in Tillman county during July; among the births were 29 girls and 23 boys. The state board of equalization raised the assessed valuation of Tillman county $1,200,000. Snyder spems to be the Frisco center of the south west. Four Frisco passenger trains meet there at 8:30 every morning and three meet each nftcrnoon. The Baptist revival at StecKer closed Sunday. There were 79 conversions up to last Wednes day. The Apache schools will open Monday, Sept. 7. The Cement Courrier says that between 125 and 150 car loads of water melons hav...

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 August 1914

TVl -".TrM' ,i7"u Ev' - kf-. ' f - ', ,' ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION I si iiita I lv. If. MMD RATES TO STATE mill WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE No person In Oklahoma who attends tho eighth annual Oklahoma Stat JPalr and KiponltJon, Oklahoma Cltr. September 22 to October 3, ISM, can be accused fl extravagance this year, according to tho table of railroad farei found below In fact, the Clout extravagant thing anyone can do It to remain away from what Rive? promise of being Oklahoma a greatest State Fair, with Ita senaailonal multiplicity of educational features, attractions and entertain' rnent for twelve days and nlgbta. All railroads will provide special equip ment So matter where you lire In Oklahoma, you can get some Idea of the railroad rate, from tho following table, show in; the fare from every county srat: COl'NTr TOUNTT RKAT Adair fltllwrtl .Alfalfa "riroke Atoka Atoka riravrr Ilf-aver ... JWkham .ayr Tlbilno WatoniHi Jlryan Durant ., Tu'l'ln . . . . Anailarku. Canadian CI I...

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 August 1914

Kw.''iwnira ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPIO i' $' VARIATION IN SHAPE OF HORSES' HEADS W&fr Ideas Head Poorly Shaped Underllp. the Eyts. No. S. Between Writers often speak of tho Arab .breed aa If these animals bred very true to a deflnlto type, says a rrltcr In the London Llro Stock Journal They cortalnly agree In possessing fine coats and slender limbs, but these charctcrlstlca seem to coma almost automatically In any horses bred In warm, dry countries. V(i are apt to associate a certain highly refined typo of head with tho Arab horso. This Is the Idoal head, and onn which Is probably specially selected for It In tho native land of the breed That It requires to bo selected for, that r puro Arnb can co"o with nrlous classes of head, somo of them of tho coarsest and ugliest description, Is, I think, evidenced by tho fact that In CO puro Arublan horses examined In England In recent yenrs, only two or threo had heads which approached tho Ideal. Tho Arabian horse, In fact, In spite of ...

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 August 1914

gLGIW, QKLA FARMEXS CHAMPION n r 9 i m m ( w :M iW if I I' I : Quality First; Then Price -H-HHi-4 "'ft t rf J" jr. r J- I Democratic Nominees. TlFnrCn.. C- it. r w . . ' -..... u. ,- Uoca, Wewg Uem$ We Know We gj TrZr,r,T: Curlee Clothes Too Stone's. '(adv.) We are pleaded to announce that our fall collection of mer chandise is cornple fcj in every detail. Send us vour mail or ders, or better still, make a visit to Lawton while oarstocks are intact. Unsettled conditions in Europe are causing an advance in prices on a! foreign merchandise. Buy now and receive the benefit of old prices. Writ us for samples of the new Roman strips and plaid silks; also an endless collection of plain colors insilk poplin crep"-de-ch)n-, crepe meteor and soft tafTetas. New- nkids in woolen materials for suits, dresses and capes. Imoon serges in all staple shades from 50c to $1.25. In our next week's announcement we will tell you abont our fall fashion week. Watch font. We prepay all charges on mail order...

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 September 1914

7 5b?Tr "1 ixwf'li' yl .fin- 1 , --' J i'i- 4- -"- ' ! U-i 11 . '-VI, 11 Farmers ion I - 7 r r if I, t' VOL. IV. ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914 NO.47 ChamD B l i I'"' lF I Clothing Men's And Boys' Suits At Actual Cost Shoes of all kinds for men, women, and children. Come in and look at my Village School Shoes. The prices are right. a W. Double Robbery. 'Some time Thursday night partiei broke into the store of G. W. Walker and the Frisco de pot in Elgin, stealing goods at both places. At the store a Tower light in a rear window was broken outand some canned goods were stolen. They pulled the handle off the money drawer in attempting to open it, though it was empty. At the depot a pane of glass in the uiiDer sash of the window juat west of the telegraph in strument was broken out so the. lock could be turned and the lower sash pushed up. Here four gallons of whiskey were taken and the window closed a gain. Some canB of goods were found in a box car near the de pot but n...

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 September 1914

PIHeaHHaBKHBHMBHlSBMBHBaBBBVBenalaBBBleSl . kb& i. '.v ,r j i .m .1 ...ts ' y - - "" " n ' ELGIN. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION UJ f '( .' v It! i?j I? I ; ?' v 6. A ss KM Tires at Before -War Prices Goodyear Prices It it Folly Today to Pay More 30 x 3 Plain Tread 30x3,4 " 34 x 4 " 36x4 " 37 x 5 " There exiiU now a new, compelling reason for buying Goodyear tires. It re suits from War conditions. These leading tires built of extra-fine rubber, in the same way as always are selling today at June prices. You will find today a very wide difference between most tire prices and Good years. Due to Qt-ick Action Karljr in Atigut when war bejtnn the world's ruhlxT market mviiio! clowd to un. Kulilwr price- ilotihlnl almost over night. Men coulil see no way to pev for rubier abroad, and no way to lirinp . In. tt'e, like other in that panic were .' , -1 to higher jincM. Jltit wp have since gone hark to price we charges! heore the war, and this u how c did it: We liad men in Tmlon and Singapore wh...

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 September 1914

$ -$ f . ',glj y..,jf t ; ''' V;. lli,tyt'twtw-pin. t (j n ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION G- A I . V 'i' ' WOMEN WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED May Find Help in This Letter. Swan Creek, Mich." I cannot apeak too highly of your medicine. When I through neglect or I overwork I get run I down and my appe- Uto is poor and I have that weak, lan guid, always tired reeling, I get a bot tloof LydlaE. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and it builds me up, gives mo strength, and re stores me to Dcrfcct health again. It Is truly a great bless ing to women, and I cannot speak too highly of it I take pleasure in recom mending It to others." Mrs. Annib Cameron, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek, Michigan. Another Sufferer Relieved. Hebron, Me. "Before taking your rejnedles I was all run down, discour aged and had female weakness. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and used the Sanative Wash, and find today that I am an entirely new woman, ready and willing to do my housework now, where beforo taking your m...

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 September 1914

i'.JW..lfallJlill'l''V'""' ''"' "'"' Wf ' ll" ' '"'' "' Jy- ",Jr? BrtWis-s AvtliwM.'' w inaaMatfww" I) D ELGIX. OILA. 7AKNZK3 CHAMPIOH ,""M "''" J- H- Harrkoa of Cjril was a t& & - Dsocxiac uisif!5: MlilllIHIiiHi3tll ! Fall Fashion Week J i k-. Local New Iteim We Know We SeD' " - f y-, i ai l T J- H- vrfilhfte r.d hi 3Khr l 50OTTFZZH15. I ff f 1 . V- m. Jt 4V, Osi . a somcSl iia. Z. .M- - W- " -" - - -- t ForSuis Cheap,but-Thjit,s JTJTXiWtr I i-l Tar-.- rw - -r - - - . M a T VVTJt V1 ,J- .t M -a" Ccisrzbci Price ruiud booe fclfcs at Sterifc? orr Sondif. 1 air''" LtwPsa t&i Zfs kAi co ciizZxj tz. vinz fx3 FEiJ.-ZBZAUXA2; 4-; cf trrTcj tbvvrizT of ti &ew 7?rs?Jtz GtrrwcU- G- . rtlJiiT Not Our Fault The Makers Are To Blame Trta U mCSLTt t Ijs zrzizzbtz t hswruxi trAZAfZxx. tie irit 4- t ( Fc Ccmatj J ' H.J HAY Jcige tec hzskjzu S iij. ! arefsJIy rU.dd is 'vrtJer tfl icrrt ti Se: i ' Mrs. L. J. London -raj a pu 3-etzer to Oklabcaa Citj Moa- 4- 4- - VUMSMlUMt. -Str-i rj,n...

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 September 1914

-M C.V-i- ' u : -i . Vil.. T -i '-.' X HT- KPn 5PT!TC "--t -tv "i " "jiir . V' CT . .- 44' '.rfe Farmers' Champion I1. ' $" y ). ",' VOL IV. : Clothing Men's And Boys' Suits At Actual Cost t Shoes of all kinds for men, women, and children. Come in and look at my Village School Shoes. The prices are right. G. W. ' Neighborhood News. The editor of the Cement Courier notifies the merchants of that town through his paper that in the future he must have better support on advertis ing at the paper is not making expenses. An old time picnic will be held at Mt. Park on September 25 and 26. Mrs. John Lee of Mt. Park was hit by a stray bullet tired from a rifle by her son, who was about 300 yards away. The merchants of Mt. Park are celebrating the first Monday of each month, offering prizes for farm products, babies, etc. Hayden Reederand family, the former ft step-son of G. W. Wade, moved here Saturday from Cyril to work on the Nor ton ranch. At Roosevelt the extra school levy was voted down...

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 September 1914

BKaHFra "TUMflBI" - ' i jww-wj rmw rmf vJ ,Jf. slwtNBsBBSMAU.llMlH1 H fi i' if 'Si IS' 'If J t i I L ; 1 cv I ! St &5L v t te '' ' IE DIG STITE FUR IS MT; WORLD OF FHTUfiES-'lETS BO!" Tt UMocd jrorram of tie eitila tarsal OUikcu Stxlr Fiir tsf S frrM. Oiiiiccsi Vy 5-t-K- tS to OtisA-n X tHI. jr! toerotji''. v U.U at is 'a I Ae bUxt ail t-S exilissjee Is tie Uiiscy cC OU booca Riv-acJeci! f-t'arti licrczd la ilxty Ux t-iaalist asS VrsJ wiJ UKwr9U was be fere! I1 oTr tie It c of grc-iii Here it a g-nl pUt -f lie -.r-wrrx-a is teW fees TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 OPENING DAY. NATIONAL SPEAKERS-DAV-;ti exAm ta sa a-l ci-a fee- iu?tJ at oVj-sci. JoJCit CMtaxry Fntts rVrr dairy Ki-tt-ttS---! Wxir a tk CCr- aal ereer wfcere k prscrra as I tfefcrfc. laeteizrg 't-yeiarii tree I : mc. tw: racss 'iou T"tias Biii CraaJ Ojr Sh?ci. Cai-tr-' Trio aj.i Tiag Tt-ux HJjA aj. randeTitte acts. Ed. R. Hstciiix-os aers-ii- fca t-s-Vaxl SiritU l-r3 aigit pr-srra:-. at I t eto wfsJc Pais fV-rts Net- Brrix 5V ...

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 September 1914

r rt iny ' " ! ' r , . , ? f sA, WMSZ ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION f,ry V V SOUTH AS FIELD FOR BEEF PRODUCTION Shorthorn Bull. The geographical location and the climatic conditions of tho South arc uch ui to mako It a good section for cattle raising. The soils are so varied that what way bo said In a general -way will not hold true for all places or sections of this large area. They vary from light sand to hoary clay, or to the black prairie soils, or the stiff post-oak. As a rule the stiller the soil and the greater the content of lime 1n the soils, the more nutritious the grasses are, and the greater Is the variety of clorers which will row. The Piedmont section of Vlrg.-ia, 'West Virginia, western North Caro lina, Tennessee, and northern Ala bama Is a fine grating country, and thousands of good beef cattle are found there. The shorthorn Is more popular than any other breed In this region, and they do exceedingly well. The grating plant are chiefly blue crass, white clorer, red c...

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 September 1914

mmaguv j.T-HihjW Vir H rtP3M' -HJHtll&MsMaiH mt V If w l I t J "' - ' J 4 In order that our out of town patrons msy enjoy the same privilcjce of special sales we direct your attention to tills collection of guaranteed pure wool BerRes. They are full 60 inches wide and come in all staple shades, black brown, navy blue, cadet blue, red, cardinal, gurnet, tan and two shades of jrreen. 4- f These serges were purchased many months ago especially for this occasion. Since that, all woolen materials have ad vanced greatly in price, however, we offer Mem to you to day at this remarkable reduction. Your orders will be filled at thin price not later than Tuesday. September 15th. Remember we also have the largest collection of la dies ready-to-wear garments in this section of the country. Come to La wton and see this big range of styles and prices. Koehler's t 'THE HEART - '. Farmers' Champion Wettkngel and Sonh Publ'h'B. Published Erery Wednesday Elgin, September 9 Entered as second-class ...

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