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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 October 1914

b-jsafiw f Un T l-.!... "", Farmers' Champion & T JL ad. '. w I VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914 , ' fc. p " zz - a -U One car potatoes in Elgin Sat Oct. 24: 90c bushel trom the car Bran $1.10. Short $1.30. Chops $1.30.' Lower price on feed in 1000 pound lots. , BninskuTs Elevator H. G. Smith, Mgr. t a fa sy TIT ill T D JL ITtTZftJL nMA QfnnA Prim. fv Flmn Qa lifrlAtr Ort 24 IV 111 1 WD Dulls VY 1111 Ilv UiViit vvmv tv uuaaa iy t ,- ;. I I i 1 ia k - '"?, Fields will speak and The Old Reliable will tell you a bill of goods cheaper than ever before told in Elgin. U5 1 U flfettw' Craeen fleur,sack, $1.25 tfjba. Snojs 1.00 Lljkn. Fancy Apple 1.00 qU. Cranberries .25 4 cans Sugar Corn .25 2 large cant Pork eV Beans .25 A bars Soap 25 1 gal. pail Karo Syrup .40 8 az. best Duck .12 Best Prints, 10 yeis., no more, .05 Yukon's Best Flaur, tack 1.20 1 bu. Potatoes 1.00 25c Coffee .20 6 cans Milk .25 35c Coffee 30 30c " .25 Hats half price International Stock Feid,l-2pri...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 October 1914

! J - -vs- i y t i 'f flrTCMfc.'V:, Vv .-" uti " ELOIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION HON. SCOTT FERRIS Bi B ' -: V -" '- 11Tr ' rS&F '''v-'- -- ,- r .BBaBafliBHHBSBBBBw LLwy-i -t ggggggggggggggB ggggggv gggggggggggggggl BMeeeee'4' ABBaaBMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeH SSSSSaV'iBBRHrTaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB RKSSggggggggggggga BMLggggggggggf I" !.l i J t :fl .. 5 'l I l it'!; a h . w i :, 6 J R. L. WILLIAMS. Dmratl Candidal for Govern?. T. P, aORB, BHmeeratle Candidal for Unite State Senator. w. a ASHTON, wiucratle Candidate for Cmml loner of Labor. Filling Mud Hole. E. Wast, road ovtrieer, had a fore of men and teams grnm? at tha aouth weit corner of Mic townsit last weak. This has been a vary bad place to cross for people coming Into town through the reservation and all will be glad to learn that it is be tag plteed In good bap ' a''T; ''- 4," JL . Trj,1KT, "41. iZ WBiiKr WJ$W3 ' s.1" .jji . -i ar urwAtAawy .. meeratle Candidate for State Democratic Candidal- fo'r Chief Mini Audl,or- Inipeetor. jgfgfgfgf...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 October 1914

Kmm&mmtm '-1 ..m 1 MiBaiw 5w IT'TSK rHR3SSr-' " SWZiW' : . , j VPS 4' J X i r. ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION rt'J v .1 1 ?55 --V -.,(.- '"-TBtnl taKNtthl leame aajawv,HKl Merer wttl qb'MIKil trow viMiiHH and mad WHHOT La.leeraMe.tX 9 lametl at all 1 nd my taste. BaPBaBflM TaaA almoat Itffl JewmmeaVB&I My nead'achtd constantly, ana at tlima had high fsver and bload ln at Um no. I u a prfet wroclc "I tried vral doetor. but derived la relief. I read In on of your lu ll boOtUta, called 111 of Lit,' of Vnma bam a remedy for catarrh. iM procures, a botti at one. After JM M of on bottl I fait om bet r, w! tried th aecond and the hire, and now I am a wttl nan.1 TWO VARIETIES OF PUREE May Accompany Mtat er Form Foundation of a Mot Sub stantial Soup. th For Every Kind of LUMMSS v- WSJ HANPORIVS Balsam of Myrrh m, For CnAa, Buna. BmiaM. Sprains, Straina, Stiff Neck. GMblaJru, Lame Back, pUSonawOpenWotrnda, ad 41 forternal Injuria Ms Sinct 1MB. "tiXr Pitee Xte, tee aaal $1 M MDememfijsS...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 October 1914

"v V" vT'V la-' V h ILOIM, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION 'v - - - i 1 H i j. .1 : ft ilfc " iff 2 f E" " iV i I lt'---4"4'-44-t--H.-H-4' STOVES! i I Our fall line of NATIONAL HEAT jERS.COOK STOVES and RAN- : GES have arrived and can't be beat I : : for quality and price. .: Remember our complete stock of : : Lumber and Building Material of all '' kinds. :: Good clean McAlester and New : : Mexico Coal always on hand. Your business appreciated. Badger Lumber Co. T. R. BENNETT, Mgr. ELGIN, OKLA. I ! I -H M -h f ! h I j Farmers' Champion WWTCNORL AND SON8 PtlbTh's. Published Every Wednesday Elgin, October 21 Entered as second-class mut ter, Deoernber 3rd, 1012, nt the poitafllce at Elgin, Oklahoma, rthe Act of March 3rd. 1B79. This issue contains three pages of home print and you will And some Elgin news on page 2 also some pictures of the democratic state candidates. Don't fail to hear Hon. Scott Ferris speak in Elgin next Thursday, Oct 29, at 1 o'clock p. tn. He will have something to say to...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 October 1914

l?gH2! ',U'BW't' 'T 32 . j r"'r"iiCi &$& 2 V'r 7-X T ." "r CKi ;-ntrr 1 . V v jtiJ ' '1 & ".' -- J F aimers' Champion VOL.V - ,;h' ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914 NO, 9 i TrftA;. A Ginning $3.00 Cotton Seed $14.00; Highest price paid for cotton in J teed or bale. First class ginning, j 4 ELGIN GIN I A B. V. HAMILTON, MANAGER a Neighborhood News. U. S. Senator Vardaman of Mississippi will deliver a lecture in Apache tonight. There will ba a two days' staff ing in Harmon county near Hoi lis on Nov. 7 and 8. Th Cache Singing convention was held in Cotton county south west of Walters Sunday. Up to last Wednesday evening 4468 bales of cotton had been ,ginned this fall in Frederick Diphtheria is reported in sev eral,,, towns in Harmon county, according to the Hollis Tribune. In. Tillman county diphtheria cases have heen reported from Grandfield, Davidson, Circle Val ley and Frederick. The people of the Christian Church at Devol have bought a school house and moved...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 October 1914

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 28 October 1914

,'nMkiiMw. ....i . .. f?$, 73f "TT- ": -$ nt J"te tf p ;; M ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION .C I .i I A- Mi it MRS. THOMSON TELLS WOMEN Hi aw w trw BaaaaHaaaaaaaaaahw Hw She Was Helped During Change of Life by Lydia E. PSnkham' Vegetable Compound. Philadelphia, Pa. "lam JustC2yeara f age and during Change of Life 1 suf fered lor six yean terribly. I tried sev cral doctor but none seemed to givo ma any relief. Every month tho painswero intensein both sides, and made me ao weak that I had to K9 to bed. At last a friend recommen ded Lydin E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to me and I tried It at onco and found much relief. After that I had no pains at all and could do my housework and shopping tho samo m always. For years I have, praised Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for what it has done for me. and shall always recommend it as a wo man's friend. Vou nre at liberty to uso my letter in any way." Mrs. THOMSON, 643 W. ltussell St, Philadelphia, Pa. Chango of Mfo is ono of tho most 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. — 28 October 1914

r,atoa LV -V.V i 1 I ' 2 (3 IE is U"i i'V ft. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 (1 ! MHiMMMHfmn; MimiHtUIMIIIMttHI LOIf. OILA-. PAIHIII CHAVPtON STOVES! I Our fall line of NATIONAL HEAT t ERS, COOK STOVES and RAN- GES have arrived and can't be bat 7 Remember our complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all I f kinds. 7 i f Good clean McAlester and New ; Mexico Coal always on hand. Local News Item HWitllHMmMMM4 Mil Isrr.f DfllUrg was on li nek Kj: last -week. H. H. Hio rmAc rri.irei. trip to Lawton Thursday. W. W Rrnr.tvill .. . I-,.: new caikr fn Cyril Monday. MlEf Jryiic Wl77ina a km. iness ealkrr in Law-toa Saturday. Miss Elanche C&lyer visited bora fdfci at La-tun 39tnr.Jv and Sanday. $3 per BALE Pays For Both The I 4- i Your business appreciated. Badger Lumber Co. T. R. BENNETT, Mgr. J I ELGIN, OKLA. I .44se4444444444e 444w M . , , , , ,.. f Th&S. Rich&rdfcAn xai inter. viewing the voters down at Law ton Thursday. Farmers' Champion ' The Town Pump. Published Every Wedneadav "...

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

K.vrWxtrr -4-1 mtjfr J ('.i(3 -W 'ef ren' f u ' 3 Farmers' Champion 1 . UDL.V ILGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, l'tI4 -- y ' 1"-. ,' 3 w " ' wpewwn MMwBMWBMMaai W04 i i"'"P"'"'iMWWiW"WWWSJfapjgJBja RICHARDSON ELECTED BY 280 t Williams Leads Fields OKLAHOMA STATE TICKET IS STILL DEMOCRATIC Both Houses of Congress Remain In Democratic Column In the sleetiea . Friday Thee. Richardson of Elfin, republican candidate fer sheriff, defeated Roet.,Mccalmait by about 280 votes. Riehardaon ran ahead of hint rif ht ia tone of the Lawton preeiasts. Me ia the first repub lics to be be elected to a county oSwe ia this county. The balance ef the democratic eevtty ticket was elected, but Rw at Oerapton for eourt clerk had only 46majority. The entire democratic state ticket seems to be elected, Will iams leading Fielda for gover .aor by over 8000 votes. Seen democratic congress men were elected in Oklahoma: Davenport, Hastings, carter, Murray, Thompson, Ferris, and Mecliatic, while Morgan, repu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 4 November 1914

- ." ai.ijwT ixii W' w FAHKtRS CHAMPION tieiK oriA SOT&, -c r r Time for Action IS HOW. Dsc'i rirrlca or padrone brlping -par ciam iiu Irv'cr aas bpTs-cis ttLe: tncrc a any insiiatix: c: s-cacatss. Ti as sc tnir aavhes azc- HOSTETTER'S STIMACN UTTERS IdEzt 2a la Iisl? yc bacc to &2t Hsaii arii rj-eaja Tt inaeK bupp r o irrin. ln'craui ii.itr.nie: j Uc Tftftr; jr beti xcafit Pr liif iiatii x.jr; lor Urxttat ' uimi.L'a a eotuietraon ""Kb tilt blll'-ti ' lipfUiutil. i-atr. yvtir ut eciut iuc me-ieut of jmw Sac iiB tbt uci.e?t fciaartn. ct it trujx bf lux if. '4i caavaa botrU 3ort L JltUX. V'ltt OOOpteC StST? It l.-'Hi;r -i tat uuiarut attttsoet loa Jeabd ly tbt aai. Ta otspa. utter Jicnac b lbwmw wnii tb 3uir;t -ert Imritfi tmatsr lrt is ae a. Iticbtt of sua tut cl Vr t'MlWH' out T.t thai trAu is -unite jaiilfT xm.at tburtdur und uit:t tuli jblLJwv bttaio? :rr bet ij tufces oat vttl titt jfwJtUttj- af men Xv liXtvv TUh- it a rquuttdiC rOT. if uaniporK ait tbt old sax rrv tfta. ...

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

y v c 'V ' ' 1 . i'i.' -it v TV " V. ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION l". ? V h THE CHARM OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Physi. cal Health. Tho experience of Motherhood Is a try ing ono to most women and marks dis tlnctly an epoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hundred is prepared or un derstands how to properly care for her elf. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such limes, but many approach tho experi ence with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from which It Is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There Is nothing more charming than happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no harard to health or beauty. The uncxplainable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from on unprepared conditi...

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

A SfSffSiB wpWMKmffl ;"' If-, Hi fe? pr km.i i wawwHBawBPgaBBi 1MWIIMMMIMMIMHIIHIHH MUHH STOVES! bbbbbhpbbbbhbbbbv Remember we have ester asd New Mexico coal to burn them. Badger Lumber Co. I ELGIN, MMMIMMMIIUIIIIIUU 'Champion 30NB Febl'h's. Seery WeaaesdBy TSVtTESDtXT IN POLITICS November 4 as aceond-claas mat- ard. 1912. at the at Elfin, Oklahoma. AMoTlLarcbard.lS79. caecmiFTioN: iu! Kc lri or la lm it tbr U a mnM iptmix liW ssmatsta ssatcv. a. U J-leaett it Itet tot naceaata ctrea oa AB aSvartiaiar aUr rem U Detail. li .Last week this paper meotioo- i akeat the products from one tea of eotton seed selling this Tear far $13.15 leaa than one year age.' and below will be feead the figures which have the ut out to substantiate this't sssss (X aa ta ara Oct 24, 1913 Meal $31 per ton. Crude oil 46c per gal. Halls $10.50 per ton. Liaters 2 l-2c per lb. Oct 24. 1914. Meal $22 per ton. Crude oil 38c per gal Hulls $6.50 per ton. Liaters lc per lb The above Baakes a difference af $13.15 les...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 November 1914

?5F 5 - -AW1 0 H" N . 1 v " Aj- i y .- r v H , x i; .. .t. i Farmers' Champion & ft II VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914 NOJ TTWSWfl yTnnrrBTffTnnririnnnrirBTB'ff g rairg Meat! Ham, Bologna, Breakfast Bacon, Dry Salt and Smoked Meats. Will get in fresh meat soon- All other good things to eat at prices that cannot be beat anywhere. a W. Walker rltiOMBflftnnnnnnflnnnnflftnnnnnnnnnnnftnnnnnnttnnitiinnitn)i MISSIVES FROM MISTLETOE Too late for last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sheetz were Lawtoif visitors Saturday. Walter Mlller'sschool commen ced at Pleasant Vnlley Monday. We are having nice sunshiny Weather for this time of the year. lira. Sid Williams left Mon day for Missouri for a ten days, visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ford visited at the home of John Montgomery last Sunday. Mra. Jessie Sperling and three children went to Marlow Skadar to visit relative. Misses Edna nnd Emmogene Montgomery visited friends at Ft. Sill Saturday night and Sun day. Quite a number from this eom rauni...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 November 1914

A-r-lWpi-.--NIff! x LX3ttl 1, rf 5" Wf ' ttfif-y wj'its v ' -r ' I i. f lit 1 OBJECTION PLACED ON AGE But Youia Lack's lit Was AltcgetMr Oifertnt From Whit Cerpcral Had Feared "What pensions, 'hit aUltcas aad billions In peailoas. this horrible war U going to entail sld Mw Hujrer aid of Boston. He added "Aid msc of these pension will go on loarer than they sbowtd. because ioa 9t tbe pensioners their o'd it ;: marry roeag giris 'or aa o!d Iiilooer make a rood s&rti. iisw til pe2tcc jea knew, fail oa Lis death to hi nl?w t heard ike other da; abcst as old CJrtl war peaslea-e- wb proposed to the Mred ftr! el Job-, a very rretty Ctrl of tKrttr Bt she refsw-d, tin. "'Ferfcar. ke staiEered 'res stroking la bat e tmra'.saer.t i s loss and saow -white Iward. trbap i as too M' -No." nU the pretty aired r"1 calmly, ao. eerpacat ya re loc vessg Ht-ttfitr. That gasaMer'a mm 1 a ehl; oM bfcct" "I see A pake ebie " off th Rub It On and Rub It In. For lane back aa-d sore&ess prai:s aad str...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 11 November 1914

' tf : fWWr v 1 ' vt4 -r K .?"' Cr , '"f s. .? r.TO: ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION V, 1. -L'J jn -.9. . h is very small, indeed, when the appetite is poor, the digestion bad, the liver lazy and the bowels clog ged but don't re main that way; take KOSTETTERS STOMACH BITTERS today and let it help Nature restore these organs to their proper functions. Be sure to GET HOSTETTER'S TYPHOID Ii no more nerraaary tbanSmallpox. Aim? eaperleoee haademonnuttil Itta klmial tntiai-tilni,. fft cacy. andharraleirnrtf.or Antityphoid Vaccloillon. Be-icclnatedtlOW by your r-hyilclan, you tntt your family. It li more vital than houie Insurance. Aik your phytlclm dru?clit. or lend fcr 'Jliva you had TyphoUf" tellln- of Typhoid Vaccine, result! from uie, and dancer from Typhoid Carrleri. Tae Carter laberalory, Biratlry, Cal., Chleaia. III. Prie'ullBi Vecclatl asd Struati untfir U. S. Llcatt It tnkes ii capable wife tu yank tba conceit out of a man. Mado since 184G Adv. -Hanford's Balsam. It tnkes a lot 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. — 11 November 1914

H ,':"':.,., in,:: 'vja Vs. ' nSVv m 'El 14 I V" f ft Vf fr tV tMHinminiiiiwnniiiinin'itiiiimintM STOVES Remember we have the best McAl- I ester and New Mexico coal to burn t in them. I Badger Lumber Co. I ELGIN, -H H I t ! I :t ! Farmers' Champion W1TCGEL AND Sons Publ'h's. , Published Ever- Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, November 11 Eaters) a crwnrwl.e!nca mar- ter, Itecamber 3t '912. at the j ptmumwv av .cigiii, VKianorna, eaeerthe Act of March 3rd. 1S79. Sl'USCRIITlON. jae yar.... ... .iloo U ckoathi. so! Toir subscription bu expired or Stt tiplra with this ltu If tlier Is n .jroes (X on the margin opposite tlili aetlco. ADVERTISING RATrTb. Dlsplay ads. 12 l-2eenta tier lni-h for MCl) Insertion. Dlarniinji r.t.n nn I large ads. All aivcrtWIu -natter run , nmtil paid tad ordered out a . Tenants Move. l.n.htv .i? 1 "ChangeS taJ a ' YU Mn tel1 a reat 1 a Whvy Hn'eek n'h0W a -voun "ian is going to Why do our tenants move so turn out by finding out at what Among other thing...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 November 1914

fwf v'pj$wtw'tif -tn vh P, ' " TW- " i V. A f I "i r ' L-A Jt u t JlVT! . f '5- ctfU V v y w.j f rtJI ':.,. -5 4, -- fr ' ft,' : - y aimers' Champion tiJL i u 1 ,$ 4 1 '$ r 14 lZ VOL'V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1S14 NOT . 'M m V rrn n ffyyrmmryyyvnnnn b b rryym b mnr a 5 1 a wnj Meat! Meat! Ham, Bologna, Breakfast Bacon, Dry Salt and Smoked Meats. Will get in fresh meat soon- All other good things to eat at prices that cannot be beat anywhere. 6 laW.Walker a ;EPpeioaooooMitopoaflPBJPOiPflflBQflaaaPBflOOQttBBQQiflak MISSIVES PROM M1STLKTOB Ernest King returned last Sat urday from Kansaa. Mias Decker visited home folka in Lawton Saturday. A large crowd attended sing iag hare Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Shaetz were hopping in Lawton Saturday. Mrs. Sid Williams returned last Wedneaday from Missouri. A nice, alow rain fell here Wedneaday night and Thursday. Claud Dix, a young nan from Taxaa, is viaitiag at the home of Frank King. Millard Richardson and wife ind J. T. Mc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 November 1914

VHW .!W?9Vl ' i ". w . . -Jl. ij :M'-J' r,r . - J kf Iprr A '- , t- fc 9 V WESTERN CANADA'S STRONG POSITION THE WHEAT GRANARY OF THE WORLD," A WELL AP- PLIED TERM. Weft rn Canada occupies a stronger position today thin it ever bu occu pied. Taking one year with another, the eScleucy of It lanis to produce has been veil proved It has net been laid of It that Tr In and vrr out there were bumper anj bounteous crops. If such a condition existed It would be phenomena) in thi history of any country With an extensive j iciriiurj procuring grain. oog'. caiwv and (beep, of tome S00 miles wide and 1.000 miles Ions. It Is easy to con eelve of a wide variation In tempera ture and climate, there is variation in rainfall and snowfall ever? section Is not the best in the district some are better than others and some worse, i bat as a general thine the prat per centage is "better" This past jear has shown that some portions are cot altogether immune roa periods of drought. The same mar be said of a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 18 November 1914

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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 November 1914

'W frf tm r w Ktf m fUltf, 6 XL A. FA1MU1 f4.:.-j- I Badger Lumber Co. Dealer In X Lumber Lime Cement Plaster Brick Sand Coal Hardware Stove Paints Varnishes Cutlery Harness Oils with the management of their diplomatic affairs. The United States ii mora than at peace with the world. It has become the world'a storekeeper and the world'a only ef banner. It ia theearth'a unparalleled granary, the one bright spot where peace and prosperity abide. Tipton Times. Ml IIMIIIII Local FIsTWB omt teH4f II M MIMW 8 lbs. coffee $1.00. B.Stone. ad. T. R. Bennett, Mgr. ELGIN. OKLA. 4-M-t"M-44 - I Farmers' Champion WVfnWGBL AND SONS Kubl'h'B. Published Erery Wednesday INDEPCNDDNT IN I'OLITICS Elgin, November 1U Entered ae second-dnss mut ter, Deearnber 3rd. 1912. nt the MMloffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, adf the Act of March 8rd, 1BT9. 8UBSCIUPMUN Oh ysat t... 9tt Honthi Tout lubictlDtlbu him ril eptrs ullli (hit tssu ftoo , 60 ciulrtd ur If there In a ,, Turkey is marchinR to slaugh tor," snys England. ...

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