ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Farmers' Champion Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,268 items from Farmers' Champion, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,268 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 November 1914

"irw ut I f"k r7 "7. f ir- uf , i . . . n. . i Farmers' Champion 'ii -$ VJLfV ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914 NO.7 it T5T rnvvn s a a g'5 erenff bttti TTBTnnnnnnnni mnrrrB a trrwn Fresh Meat! Steak, Roast, and Broiling Meat Ham, Bologna, Breakfast Bacon, Dry Salt and Smoked Meats. All good things to eat at prices that cannot be beat anywhere. Highest Price Paid For All Cream a W. Walker SI JJtJUUUU1.8Jl.BJJJULIl,g.B,ll 9.B.B.B.fl,B.P. g 8 B B 8 B 8 D.B P.OQ.g.fl.O.fl.QJ.a.O 9 8 8 8 8 War Tax. A war tax of of $90,000,000 has been levied and Oklahoma is expected to pay about $125, 000 of thia. Part of this tax went into effect Nov. 1. Banks are to pay $1 on every $1000 of their capi tal and surplus. Pawnbrokers are to pay $50 each. Theatres will have to pay from $25 to $100 according: the seating capacity. Each pool or billiard table and bowling: alley must pay $5. Re tail cigar stores must pay $4.80. One eighth of one cent is levied on each package of chewing gum and a ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 November 1914

SSBkr &&&!&" f-0?i &- t.rj( - ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ft? I IH H I n. a Iff r;n . K4S BL1 WHY CATCH COLD One-half ef U DatS avf Tw tSlrei ef trs SStott It Ww Bi llet Rs!t ff CUis OW. Ncthinr ccols be ef greater Tttal Interest to tfce fxraOr It" ta tsxrw bo la avoid calcM-f ccid. COLDS THAT KILL If tt t-e trot. as v fxsxrss dsttof tayt. iKtt estcalar 1 en avoided, think wtat It mesas. Tw--talris cf tiw ssetae tint new p? rrres ti rje weald be awMed. erou teterfervme with btittaeaa. The --.rlb of anrlcus parrsta. T ttiV of ruar trtUtaat drrav All tr.e tnlags wreVJ I largely Hat away with IT p?le kar sktw tt avoid eateiilae cold. Cateiiar cold b very eonrKO erperte fc ncmeruos lwcbcAs. People have (Dt to b?lvr tint there Is bo w-ay t VCd It. CAN BE AVOIDED. rte&t are tac.git la ti "CIS cf Life" bow to avoia ti tttiem grain that eatehtag cM Cities con Ue vital orras-t. Get It aad reaJ It M Jtrfg" rwmlTM ef lu value aad iiraeUeabUtty it l triced by lAe Perci...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 25 November 1914

iTl&$f? V ' rvsrr w5t!P J4 i ifF: i, ' s- . -S V it? HAVE YOU CHILD? MIMMMil ftwitr far MLIv t i Sam rorable phnlcai dcnnterncal art drprtvai at UattTeatrMotalltuaptncw. f . TM women hoM name follow were rntoiai n winn "iiuw nimnioww were rniafM eCoatpouad. Write aadiifc then aboutT 'I took your Com pound and have fine. strong baby." lira, John Mitcueli lfat aena,N.Y. "Lydla E.Pinkham'1 Vegetable Compound ia a wonderful medicine for expectant mothers." lira. A. M. Myers, Gor donville, Ma "I highly recommend LydiaE.Plnkbam' Veg etable Compound before child-birth, it baa done so mudi for me." Mrs. E. M. Doerr, R. It. 1, Con ahohocken, Pa. "ItookI.ydiaE.rink ham'a Vegetable Com Mjittt flfl pound to build up my system and "have tho dearest baby pirl In Uio world." Mrs. Mosb BLAKF.LEY, Imperial, Pa. "I praise the Com pound whenever I have a chance. It did to much for mo before my littlo pirl was born." Mrs. E. W. Sanders, Kowlca- MrjJtewfMtli MnfTlllSirvVn buip, W. Va. "I took your 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. — 25 November 1914

r ,fe r i. m wr nw V 1-" V fat k r Farmers' Champion Wettengel and Sons Fubrh's. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elfin, November 25 Entered m second-clues mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffice at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 8rd. 1879. subscription: me "year f LOO ilc months SO Youi inbicrlptlon haa eiplred or will exptra with tbli liuue If ther It Toti (X on ttie innrglu oupoilt thli lOtlca. ADVERTISING RATES! Unplay arte. 12 l-2cntR par Inch lor 41 li luueillon. DUcounti glvon on a.R ads. All alvorttnlnr TiiittoT run intll itald nnd ordered out WMMAMMM Leat We Forget, The writer is not making any plea for law violators; he be lieves in the enforcement and carrying out of all laws on the statute books, regardless of whom they effect. But we And some people who are prone to see when other people do not obey the laws when they are law vio lators themselves. Five county officials stepped out of office temporarily Fri day night because of charges f...

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 December 1914

. - a. tm F u. arm ampion VOL.-.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914 NO. 8 pi ers a'aTsys BTrsTnrBTT!nrBTrBT8"'8"fl"(iTB ra'a-fl'a'ii'fl"yaa,a,Baya'a'Bii'8"B,irBB'3"BTi When You Get Tired Of eating just the ordinary brands of groceries--tho kind tnat are put up for lale at big profits- Come To Us and get something different get groceries that put strength in your body that have lasting and build ing qualities that must be sold at SMALL PROF ITS in order to compete with inferior goods. G. W. Walker 3 : 3 ' P-PJU.. PoopopPQOPooooo&oooflpacpCiioooooouopgpoeopopat David Jones. "Old UiH" Dead. !--- David Jones died at his homo enst of Elgin at G u. m. Wednes day, in o v. zo, 01 paralysis, alter formem- owiumi jointly D. L. Hinckley and H. mi illnens ot one week, lined u-l years, 11 months and 2." days. Funeral services were conducted In the Methodist church at Fletcher by Hev. H. M. Nelson at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, interment in the Fletcher cemetery. The bnv H..ir.li...

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 December 1914

I ELGIN. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION H , PRODUCING HORSES k m n wJi'Sk'- -Ayfv kiMti'- A Black Hone of Excellent Conformation and Rare Beauty. ibe ques tks ts often asked cob ceralnp, the valae of coat color in horse There seems to be amonc some breeder the Idea that strength or endurance poes with the color of the animal Therv ts ao semblance of troth tn the traditional Idea; of tht. natare There 1 oc evidence that points of value are la any a connected with I the Inheritance of coat color. The , factor er determiner aieh control , the transmission of color so far a we hare been able to discover, are Inde pecdeat of all other aaalHte. ' The color Itself Is no Indication ef a ' coed banc or ot a worthies one It 1 usaally considered that black ctrfor I the one esseaual for a sale. bat tome of the best spans of mule In the country are pray, and we know of some valuable dun-colored notes. ' The statement cannot be too em phatic that speed totem?.- vtpor ' and other pood traits are inherited ...

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 December 1914

PH """"'KfP''jv '.'50tiHtX9i'. 1- '-JCOUKfl nMB.tJtHfr ELGIN. OK LA. FARMERS CHAMPION T.4-1,1' t',HJH-ftHrH-l-t"H- '! I.l-ff -f -HH-H-HTH-H-l-'-fM-rrHHfrFH- PRETTY CHRISTMAS GIFTS Acceptable Presents for Young and Old and How They Arc Made .WiWWW I'M . I H-H-H-K-frH-m-H III i.Hllllll-F, -WH- PRETTY GIFT8 MADE OF BROWN LINEN Adll-T Hint will be appreciated by the man or woman who travels, 1b an spron of brown linen, rubberised on one bIcIc, In which to carry all nec essary toilet artlcleB. Tho rubberlzlnR muVcs the Inside of the apron nnd Its imckctB waterproof To make It re ciulreH one piece of linen 20 Indies Ioiik and 14 wide for the apron and a length 17 Inches for the pockets and tlapB. There are lle pockets. One, 4 1-4 Inches deep, extending acrosB the apron, two four Inches deep, at the bottom. At the top one of the pockets Is G4 Inches In depth and the other four Inches. Small plaltn are laid at each fide of all the pockets except the long one. This long pocket Is closed ' wi...

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 December 1914

tjfUs!iH6W iS St3m r KLOIN, OKI, A. F A ft M li K S CHAMPION 1 44(f4 .1. j. DON'T RUN ...BUT Step Lively i iY Suits Or Overcoats OU iu minning more than you rcnlUo if you arc not wearing one of those now makeup tluil may nconi queer In Homo. Such advurliMlngln worth from four to ton tiiuoH un nil (lint In run on n page wheto (lioro in nothing Inn ikIh, or where there in not local iiihvh matter. I. nut Satunlav a man picked up n Ciiamimov In JIiImoIIIco aniliif tor looking it over remarked that it hail an imu h local notvn in it iim any four papers of its aJKo that ho had aeon, ami lie he had Ikioii in the paper bind ness himnelf. Some thouit.it the American 1 hen was going to he put out of business by ihe Chinese hen when the twill" was taken oil of JoKirrt. The fact that hen fruit 'lias been LTi cents per doou for ! ? Local News Items h-h ( ! Mrs. Sam. r'ovorolt i'h uonooii! n viHlt to Killeen, Te.nn, For Sale l-'ive milk cow a. .1. ,M. head of Rood Whalen. Homer Shirk celebrated h...

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 December 1914

jj-k a -M TVnrSff! ' : r - vv Farm' Champi VOL.'.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914 IWi ( I Laaaaaaaaa I "'fl Maaaa ' ,! Sz-j no. . vfc ?!-- i ; Pryy'aBBB8BaBafl5flfl5inryinTi'aaaaaflflafla5-g,5,5aB55fl58a8 Xmas You need not look eliewhere for suitable present, but come in and see the nice line of articles we have to select from. No flowery looking;, cheap John articles, that sell for three prices, but good substantial goods that will wear and are worth the money. Buying articles that are torn up in a day or two is just throwing money awHy. Come to us and get something worth the money. 1 3 fe J 8 B S.S 8.B,g.B.IU)JUtB 9B9tfl00gm?Cfl00Q o o o pj) ooooooofloppoQo 0 Cyril Booming. Our neighboring town of Cy ril, just across the line in Caddo county, has taken on quite a baom recently. About twn weeks ago it was announced that the newspaper at that place would be resurrected, the first is sue c? the Cyril Enterprise being published last Friday. And the first issue of the pi ...

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 December 1914

mm , 4f $" "ifcT & SLGIK, OSLA rASJtitS CaAl? AMERICA.' HEi? RE WXt3 B3IT1SK 1jCCg. DOROTHYS 4 Christmas It I t In K !, to 4 $M tr. vt GIFT k i i ' r f zocxen. XT iihtt &- 1irt Itilnm Z&S xjcxCa." mJt wn ?"urier to ItnUo- ul tot CiJ ,r 3 otiwn, -xuir iizj LO 3C J 3trtU.eC !U- 4 'Mr j- suxju tail iX ltj ' stw aaa " MiC n.MifgC t ?u2 Gwi! sit :Wyntr Owrt iifcfi 5uK er-lt t. J-" itwi VeUer ive ha 5el '-tist.tiut Uttt. tnnt i)Iin- 25 iaC. 3t6"C it ry WJyia It. frt .trttBif un-it tare itii UiC Srju6i. 7"t aT won w. -ilit visit l LuC uu r It VJltfcf tir wijr ity ufcuul tU ii.- oav ht t sruinr. It trV IijC -rati ZArviby iinytiv "uucj Siuerr !W inm. Jim. Kr-'' 3t bt -wniTM id Si flJltir Jr.iv ?VSr -uttiC uwl InC tol. Ovx Hit ut . 3fct. Ttrt- ut-inijrj-Uiu" In mtr BOO. M JTiurt-c" finiHifrtrU1 1ur til in!ViMic mut 25tw ' uey -rf ibf tajraiit it" tlit trLmtii t yirSmU toMt. At . suuvas vC tva. ' tlht rStjd VJlfi&L?ter ll llii srttr t Ktrrf uX ln. -iar lrf Tiii rv il tv fXit VI...

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 December 1914

' 'pSap'fil?T - --t'-lVW?W ,? ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION LITTLE ESSENTIALS i aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMYlL naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal A Model Dairy House Where Don't blamo the cow that kicks tho nan who allows her to go around with tore teats. It Is rather hard to bo naked to buy white duck trousers for milkers while idling milk at something loss than tour cents n quart to dealers who loublo their money on It. There Is a close cmnectlon between :lean milk and a clean conscience. No man can afford to feed high ;uallty feed to low quality cows, but i f,ood many tlulr moil keep right on Jolng It. In many n dairy farm the manure pllo represents the larger half of tho profits. Iletter take good c.tro of the manure. Saving the liquid manure nnd using It ns a fertilizer nddB to the prolltB, the health of the cows and the ut trnctlvcness of the d.ilry farm While the d.iirjman must work Sun das and holfdnjs he Is certain of his money whctlirr the wind blows I1I1J1 or lo v, whether tho crops are good o...

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 December 1914

:3S?S i kLGtX. OILA. FAKMtRS CHAMPION . .1 i !, I fl 1 i l I H i : 1 a & . i M 'I --! r I . Bring me f Get a fair test and Xnu will ooa be here- Then the question of But. iaf present will be to solve- A list of nice tsings things that will not be J .Sapporters i Handkerchiefs Belts WW t Cap Z Hose Shirts Ladies and Misses Hoods - Overshoes The turkey market is oo-w price goes down. 1 E. STONE, ELGIN. I -i)'C'i C'3'C 3 3 " y- Fames, Champion Pb2sii Every Wf irtfiiry IND?N3EXT IV r"-ZrT"S Qgin. December 9 Entered at scood-tjxu rou ter. Decraber ZzxL I 2. ; pretc at X V. -ircs. asxkr the Ac: of Karcs Vi liT 0t yeir ... JtlU Six sestet Ilir Tear t3tcrTt.a ix ivsimi te 'ill i;tr w'ti tiui amt ain ji i trees (X cs ti sorrn jocmli uu actiee. MMM MHW MM M M. MM advrt3ino s.vp v OtifUy ii. 12 3iarj ir nd lie ca iarucn. t-iau-aiina c a in l.-jt ia. All jtf-rSainu -uitisr asm .'il sail crtur-nt ntc To BrcaTc LT?"iniir TrxfScim Hlu linix. Gty. Stan aniL liiiavu ,niv tfioncas .im mm lctiivjn...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 December 1914

.w tV' rW'"oTO . . , ki. . 3 V 'AS A' 7 ', yJ 4 .ta- tii( - ' 7 ' Champion :ri "i v VO'-. V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1914 NO.lt t.J'Su '.l 1 Til !' I i L Farmers ;i ifr tnnrn inmrrBvygrryflTinrrinrinrg y yTf WTrinnnrs its yra a a 5 a stsvs Xmas Is Near You need not look elsewhere for suitable presents, but come in and see the nice line of articles we have to select from. No flowery looking, cheap John articles, that sell for three prices, but good substantial goods that will wear and are worth the money. Buying articles that are torn up in a da or two is just throwing money awy. Come to us and get something worth the money. 3 G. W. Walker ' flJAM. oQoooaaoooQoooooooaiiasasBQ mu tmuBflooBiBBBflfltta John Rose's Sale. John Rose will hold a public sule at his place one mile due north of Elgin on next Tuesday, Dec. 22, ut which time he will eell seven h"od of horses and mules, Ave head of cattle, ten head of hogs, 03 head of chick ens, his farm implements some feed and h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 December 1914

fifr, Bip$wviip -V ytf" -fO(ra ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION PRETTY CANDLE SHADE AFTERNOON GOWN r ONWARD MARCH OF COTTON BOLL WEEVIL TABLE DECORATION EASILY MADE AT HOME. ' I 1 ll !V i 1. 1 6 I i lit U,l ! r 'A fr THE tree shines with the candle glow, The trinKets glitter jewel wise, And we would that our souls might Know The joy told in the chil dren's eyes. Such sheer delight as this of theirs A wondrous happiness it is! And every word the mes sage bears: This is the children's day and His! LET us come, as the Wise - Men came Those nineteen centuries agone, Led by the Star's eternal flame That bade them rise and hasten on. They brought rare franftin cense and myrrh, They brought rich gems and graven gold, They Knelt, adoring, near to Her, And all their marvelings they told. YE, as those Men of long V ago, Today we, too, may see the Star, May see its mystic heaven ly glow Flash out o'er ChJldland fair and fan And from ourhands now fall the gifts And we Know why the Wise Men smiled ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 December 1914

P-TFTmw SI yv 'r'w'. . V ."" l - 6.-.:v wC .. .. - ,r V,JVU JURiip ' z. 1 . (V ' aa ELGIN, OKLA. FAR X..,' MERS CHAMPION , ' v. ,n I I -. SOMETHINI USEFUL FOR XMAS ' Hold At ttw (m-H itom Biunt eTrrrwhcrn. If jour dralrr cannot M-riTJi - nppir.8 will iiuair JTOUnUktflzVfl nlt jron. Illaitrabxl suiurr un request. , -. K- WATKIIMAN COM 1' A NY 178 Ilrua.lwu New York DEFIANCE STARCH l constantly growing in favor because it Does Not Stick to the Iron and it will not Injure the finest fabric. For laundry purposes it has no equal. If ot package 10c 1-3 more itarch for tame money DEFIANCE STARCH CO.. Omaha. Nebraska WANTED ! r from owner ni-ol turn U ..ii. . "" 'lrrlaUo rid trie: IMmwi tiwi it,ButiiMMtriM,aiM. LITTLE CHANGE IN MANKIND 8elentlatB of Opinion That Dispersion and Separation of Races Was Not Rapid Process. Though It Is concclvnblo thnt man kind may liavo apt end from a common center over the entire eurth In a few thousand yenrs. Prof. Arthur Keith, In a lllrmlnghum university l...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 December 1914

"ipr - f 1L0 1 W, OIL A. FATHERS CHAMPION 9mmmMiJLiLim-LAi 11. . u. il j t "H , Ilt)t( Bring Me YOUR CREAM And be convinced that tbit is tbe place to sell your cream. I have all that you need for your Christmas dinner at the right price. I Your business is appreciated. E. STONE, ELGIN. t""" M-rwww-rw WJ4.XHH.H4 : Farmers' Champion ' .Thw conflict in Europe shows r i signs of becoming quite as ser WfcKDfGEL and Sons Fubl'h'B. I lous as a matrimonial war. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, December 16 Entered as becond-class mat-t-r, Deeeotber 3rd, 1912, ut the postoflce at Elfin, Oklahoma. rtbe Act of March 3rd. laid. Indiana has produced a freak of a man who has nevdr asked i for e federal job. Head of the class! SUBSCRIPTION: Oa ytr iloo l Bostka 50C Yoar subscription ban eiplred or 1U nplr with tbli Issue If tfcere It a troM (X on tb margin oppoalte tbli ootlca. AOYIRTI8ING RATES: Display ads, 12 1-Zcenls jwr Inch for web tasartloo. Dlacounta g.m on ljf ada. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 December 1914

w (j&fa& ,vV '.-,;- ' X t: 1 V.'" , .,-.. . Fa "'. ' .ia: rm arapion - o ,' "! W "f.-J- ers KJEk. 1 i W3L.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914 NO. 11 4 4 .3..I.4.4. 4 -!--t't"-l' COAL -COAL; j McAlester Coal $7 1 This Week X 4. . 4. .. 4. .). 4. 4. 4, -J- ! 4 ! Have On Hand A Full Line Of Lumber Corn 63 cents. D. E. McANAW -- - Merry X AND A Happy New Year We wish to thank al those who have paid on subscription, advertising or job work,, handed in any news items or done anything during the past year to help keep a 'paper in Elgin and build up the town. The Farmers' Champion I For Christmas I. T What would be nicer for a Christ mas present than a New Rayo 1 Lamp, a nice Dresser or Kitchen Cabinet. 1 T Call and see our assortment. i 1 Vaughn Hdwe. Co.f T Xmas Is Coming. But The Old Reliable Is Here We will have everything to eat that goes to make a complete Christmas dinner. Fresh fish, fresh oysters' just from the gulf, also all other good things usually kept by an...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 December 1914

5wTr-'- , , ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION FIJIAN TROOPS TO ENTER THE WAR SUDAX grass for dry land Particularly Well Adapted for Semi arid Sections Produces Two Cut tings of Hay In Season. (lljr JAMKS I. MAIlSItAI.U Colorado i:pf rtment Station ) Sudargrnss belongs to tho sorghum family, nnd Is considered by somo au thorities to bo tho wild, original form or tho cultivated sorghums. It Is a tall annual grass, being somewhat llko Johnson grass In general appear anco; but It lacks tho root stalks or tho latter, and nocr becomes a weed. Un der favorablo conditions It may attain n height of six to ten feet. Its growth Is dependent to somo extent uion tho molsturo In tho soil. If sown broad cant it duos not p-ow bo high ns when planted in :wr -.vhlch permit of culti vation. '(J. INJURIOUS AND PROLIFIC BOLL WEEVIL w rsj iv, fr T ' i jf&&MfimmmmW1mi$&im' -v i inJMpjTM y-wres-.".-. y Tt:,s...A.,v ..;:..!& &Ci.EL:MhLjfA X rd J-Mmmmm ' V kA Sllfag-' re- i' ?i. r :a V Jfc '2...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 December 1914

"r -:, -i ""wei -Zi '- i 'Civ r; ''XTM 1 H "$&&:. l-; rf WITH CHANTILLY LACE EXQUISITE MODEL FOR A FALL EVENING GOWN. Rvery Detail of the Present Mode Contained In the Accompanying Design Favorite Black and White Are the Colors. Tlio mocl"l Illustrated todny Is typl tnl of tlio fall evening gowns. Dainty ind feminine looking, there Is n very Obvious dignity nbout It that marks It for tho new order of things and en hances Its charm to 11 degreo. Sluco black and black and white lack Lace Is Back In Favor. effects are so modish this season, black lace has been brought Into fa vor onco again, especially chantilly. llluck laces Lavo In general been out of tho reckoning, but now It Is Just the thing for long transparent tunics, nnd there Is n variety of was of us ing It. Tho Illustrated evening gown shows a chantilly tunic cffectUcly bordered with whlto fur. Tho body part of tho corsage and tho short-pouched tunic aro of black chiffon velour orna mented with circles of smoked pear...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 December 1914

sfcmm ILOIN, OtLA, FARMERS CHAMPION Lf i i' Farmers' Champion WUTTENOHL AND SONS Publ'h's. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, December 23 Entered as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the poatoffico at Elgin, Oklahoma, tinder the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: Jim ) exr . . 11,00 'x months 00c wm riuutcrlptlMi ban expired or tt expire with this Ihub If tlierv It a s (X mi thv tniirKln vioIte thl it mwMWIAMMAm ADVEnTIBING RATCU: iJMpluy ad', 12 l-ScuntH ior Inch For j cli lusottlon, DIscuutitH givnn on ii.s ndn. .'.II ulvc.-tlalnr iintter rim mil1 imld and ordorsit out Newspaper Ethics. Every once in a while some one brings in printing with a request teat it be kept secret. Perhaps a little information concerning the rules of news. paper offices and printing plants will not bo eut of place. One of the first things an apprentice is taught is absolute secrecy concerning any thing that is done in the office. He must not give out informa tion as to ...

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