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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 12 May 1915

It f 1 , '.Jl l-A. VJvl rOLt Lor t7i Farm Champion tit VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915 NO. 31 ers f Best McAlester Coal At $6.00 This very best coal is taken from the best mimes in You can always buy your lum- ber bill cheaper by figuring with D. E. McANAW 4.f 4 4 t Prag ran Friday Night Or Friday of this week th El gin Public Schools will close the year's work, and tht pupils and students will begin to put into Sraetice the principles which they tve bees learning- during tho year. It can be said that this year's school work has been a very suc cessful one, as teachers and pu pils hare been laboring interest-, edly for the betterment of all con cerned, and it is pleasing to note that the results wished have, in a way, bean attained. Oa Friday night, commencing at 8 o'clock, the students and pu pils will entertain the friends and patrons of tke school with a program, and several of the numbers that will be given took prizes ia the Lawton contest. Following is the progr...

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 May 1915

HnrBpsw1,r ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION Passengers Jeer at Warning of Danger 'I Now York. The advertisement In New York papers, the day tho Lusl tanin sailed warning passengers not to tako tho risk, provoked only ridicule from tho passengers. Charles T. llowrliig, head of tlio firm 5f Iluwrlng Ilros., nnd president of tho 3t. Guorgo's Society, who wns a pass- llliHi i fllsHin llilliillllllil siB99BLBi 11111 JfyyL. IffiiliH sfts. 7yk. IB M'lSimirt llllllllll i IIS KyKmmsK jt Pffin.ri,b',1ifili1 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllliirgas., SaBafar lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Q" I f TTi" ' THECUNARD LINER LUSITANIA MN TORPEDOES LUSITANIA Death List of Nearly Fifteen Hundred Innocent Non-Combatants Latest German Exploit VESSEL SINKS IN TWENTY MINUTES AFTER BEING STRUCK TWICE Among the Americans Lost Were Many Persons of Prominence, Including Elbert Hubbard Alfred Vanderbilt, Chas. Klien. and Chas. Frohman London. Tlio Cunnrd liner Lusltnnla, which sailed out of...

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 May 1915

,r'jjprj.,vr lityryyissnyifB-v '"?$- .-ww.- pjw rvsvW! .- i r- . , s ?, ELGIN. OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION ut RAPE EXCELLENT FOR A I . laWaSgggll&aE&'isB? "L'HViI'WIiImTk BKaWSSjIBHrfceABBBeABBMV BaaaarTi' '".: 1sY7lBaaaiemaaaaBBranr74A?,r!aaaaaSaaaasJ IBBW'-' s?-7Tyi4 'iaaaaaaaaaaaeay mW''t jaaaaaaaaaaW Devon Cow In a Tick-Free Prepared by the United States Deport ment u( Agriculture.) Dccnuso It Is a useful crop for both tils stock and his own family, tho farmer will find that It will pay him to glvo more attention to rapu than It usually receives. As human food, when It Is often known as smooth or spring kale, It Is quite as Rood as kalo or collards and may ho prepared in the sumo way. As a feed for hogs, sheep, cows and chickens, It Is tho most Important plant of tho cahbago family. Tho seed Is also cheap, re tailing usually at nbout ten cents a pound. Tho most common uso of rape Is ns a pasture crop for hogs or sheep. Many animals do not like rape at first, but will eat It r...

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 May 1915

tt' ILIIN, OKLA.. FiARMKRS CHAMPION oa l'ubrii'fl. r,bUnh?'l Every Wednesday INDRPRNDKNT IN POLITICS Elgin, May 12 Entered as second-class mat ter, Deetmber 3rd, 1912, at the poatofllce at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March 8rd. 1879. subscription: 'nr yer Us month fiOe Tcnr nhcrlitln hnu xilrel or Jill xlr with tliU Itmue It tlieio it n roM (XV on th inurRlu opjiodte th! notlaa. AOVCRTTBINQ HATS Display ad i, 12 l-2cmiU per Inch for eiioh liuertlon. Dlncount jglTWi tin iM d. All ivorUilnr t)tm run mtll paid and urdrrad out ' How To Lift The Mortgage. Young Peoples Contest. Honesty, Industry, economy. unity of purpose in family, love of farm, intelligent management, and persistent determination to lift the mortgage will succeed. Incur no bills Make poultry, dairy, orchard, garden and other home produced products provide living. Increase productiveness by intensive, early deep plowing, manuring, killing weeds, and growing legumes. Prepare proper seed bed. Se lect seed, grade, te...

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 May 1915

- 'i'-4w1a; ' rr r. V'1 r ' 3 t VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, i9!5 NO. 32 ;"K!pp? 'aft :wi "& ' v r. v & iiTB AFfil fi In A in till fT V cr .j. .. . .j. .;. . .t. $100.00 SAVED! By Figuring With - i- D. v M In Lumber, Coal, Cement, Building- Hardware, American Fence, Bois D' Arc Posts. Handled your grain for seed and the 14 BEST MARKET i- : ? The Winners. The class contests for prizes ofl'urecl'by H. P Wettongel, sup erintendent of tho Methodist Sunday school, were decided last Sunday. The Star class, taught by J. II. Willhite, gets the prize for the largest increase in mem bership, and the Glelimers, taught by Mrs. Alma Ilowe, get the prize for the best aVerage at tendance. There are 20 in the Glamers class and ab mt 25 in the Star class, each one of whom will re ceive ten cents worth nt candy, which will be handed out to those I present after the preaching ser vice next Sunday morning, Ware Poisoned.- - - The other day Mrs. G. H, Ec cle3fi2ld and youngest child...

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 May 1915

. r v. 1-r- "-' . -v ., : ELGIH. OKLA. FARMERS C K A M P I O !f JTT' '-wr-ipr-'. ---t'-r "r--. - Ty,.T,r -'wt"" -".;--, - ' '---AQy ' ftTZr &- w ...,.-"' jT7iTP',flrr11" ,u'?,(S?insvS H i - V 1 1. U .! III! CUNCHED IK HIS WEVOP.T RIGHT .'( FOR TH FOSITIOX gfrgy JQ COMPROMISE ,?l STURE A REVTUl ter!l 0.1-e " Ou.t i- Fsi- jrttif t-e 31 T.-.tt Wt.-i Etys-J t "- Sect tis itac rXt? ASa? vsaiitA as.f s.kt4ix Ot Wattf U Sa fe Cm titaaif; i-tra: asmti-i latr t7 - ss t4V s7 8K a, EBs JUttB ra-iti? X ifinUi KVTti u.f Cttri AJwr kr.itijr ? ?i r;:rSif jat. CiArV7 lur." IsjJrr rr.iffc-i li t2 -rtf.. "As Jtt tkx il :Jt 7W ;-i.i te T57 74." rati? larftcriy & rtr: CS.wi Alcr. 1 tSWc I r ratai? a." "Of ren-. j4i' rsri Bs JUv&t Ti -i fc mitfc I liuU stt li?tc ti tottly -rii 7ti not tij tk jji i MnM j z,tvm4 t &. it i : v eoti 7l ses'txttr say ta tils. "It JA. EJVs 2UJtO. riic4 Cir Aior wi. riB "It eoct wl t .! liil-T to itrt tit IMHMtfl! l"!BUiitel Ttlttraji. CwS Crta!T Vrt S-ijfri- 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. — 19 May 1915

mtSTnlAPCVSM. WV 'TO-f yw -. -"prw -rwwpir-r rf 1 .- 'B .' ' "Yfl?. ' v I ' '' '.'? in " 'bi-'.i ELGIN. OKU A. FARMERS CHAMPION yprWmf- ? "INTERVIEW" WITH THt htRC Happening When Man From the Fron1 Explains Things to Hie ' Fair Charmer. , "Oh, Mr, Hero, I'm ao (dad to you imfely back from the war. 81 right down and tell me nil about It I'm awfully lntureatcd. Wasn't It aim ply terrible over there? And did yot really live In the trenchee for weeki at a time with shot and alicll scream lng nil nround you 7 1 don't aee ho you could stand it. Wero you ever hi' by one of those forty-two ccntlmetei guns? I mean by the bullet, of course, noty the gun. Hut then, of course you weren't, or you'd have your nrn In a tlltig or something. Who do yot think Is going to win? 1 suppose ) shouldn't nsk ou that, though. Yot soldiers are not nllowed to tell mill tary secrets, are you? Did you ovoi really kill a man yourself, or don't you know? My uncle, who wns In the Spanish war, says you never can tch...

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 May 1915

"3 Jl 'If A' I n. ',' ELGIN, O K L A . FARMERS CHA M P I O N .J, iwiiBmiiwiii''rnrim " " Tmm " "' ! V. v V in '- W - Jr. B rl.. U Farmers, Champion Wbttengix and Sons l'ubl'h'a. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN I'OLITICS Elgin, May J 9 Entered as second-class tuat ter, December 3rd, 1012, at tho postoffiec at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Act of March Hrd. 1879. SUIISORll'TION ' Ono i-ir i " Six months COc Your hiio.rriilii.ii him riiilivil or till expire with (Ills Issue It there ! n cross (Xf on tho iiuiinlii umicbitii this iinUnj. ADVCTTTSINC HATUU DlKplny mis, 12 I I'ClllltH lT Inch for each Instil llun Ulic niiiittt given mi larRu mis. All u hcrtlnlur nailer inn until palil mill onlerocl nut SWakNkVklkt To Leave Elgin. In this issue will be found ad- vcrtisements of the Ruekor store in which they state that all goods possible will bu sold at public miction on next Saturday, May 22, and it is understood that if any (goods should be left that they will be packed and moved 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. — 26 May 1915

trt .-J5& -jj Farmers' Champion u yfr VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915 NO. 33 tJ . $100.00 SAVED! By Figuring With !D. E. McANAW - 4 In Lumber, Coal, Cement, Building American Fence, Boit D' Arc Posts. Hardware, Handled your grain for teed and the 14 years, finding the best BEST MARKET On The Elgin Routes. R, C. Baker of route 2 went to Chickaiha Friday on business. 0. H. Putney of route 3 made a business trip to Law ton Satur day. S. A. Metts and family of route 1 visited Sunday at the Willhite home in Elgin. Roger Patterson and Marvin Murray of route 1 wenttoChick asha Friday for a short visit. Mrs. O. H. Putney of route 3 returned Friday night from a short visit with her daughter at Cyril. Mrs. Rehwalt of Douglas came Thursday for a visit at tho home of her sons, W. M. and E.E. Reh walt, on route 8. W. G. Sorrels of route 2 said that his garden 'looked like ft had been run through a thrashing machine after the hail storm. Earl Sorrels, who has boen vis iting at ...

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 May 1915

?577 "JF ; , '"" )" ." ' vzmww - r "X Vr" M - n . t timij. ' ' ELGIN . OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION m v ( t H r 3 r & GROW TRUCK CROPS IN PEACH ORCHARDS nmmnmwCT rmmw srvssmVssaeJkv-ssamm Mfltfriic 7 Hn , JKSjC dPPWv Mb .BBBsssssssssssmvsY i JsB9mmBSBsssssssBK JamWft..BW'''itmi A5BBmW5jffi "jzMmmmssl " iRHHHBCJ'MHVHvu JkMaTsmmmr Vegetables From the Family Garden. (Prepared ,r u,. United Rtntu I)pnrt-nn-nt of AKrlcullurr ) Tho growing of KJtno nnnunl crop between tho trees during the first two or tbreu seasons following tho plant ing of an orchard, jib an aid In meet ing the cott of maintenance during the unproductive age of tho trees, Is freguently regarded by the grower as an economic measure. This practico is seldom. If ever, any advantage to the trees In comparison with thorough Ullage by Itself, but If Intcrplantcd crops aro wisely selected and proper ly manoged with respect to their re lation to the trees, they aro not like ly to result In any serious harm. A considerable range o...

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 May 1915

ryt -" o 'JL v ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION SAILOR HATS FAVORED PLAIN HEADGEAR 18 FASHION'S DECREE FOR THE YOUNG. Sports Costa Have Not Yet Put the '" . Popular Sweater Out of the Run ning Modes Adapted for the Youthful Figure. In young girls' hats tlio wide tic bou sailor undoubtedly lends In fa vor. It is Bevcrely plain this year, worn rather tilted, and trimmed with a band and flat princess bow of striped or checked belting ribbon. Newer, perhaps, Is a sort of barcttn of black satin. This has a tight straw band around the head, and the satin Is cut In four sections and pointed in front and behind and at each side. Charm ing are the woven silk enps, ending li a tnsscl, which aro pulled over the crown of a sailor hat and danglo oft the brim at one side. The cricket blazers aro tho newest of the Bport coats, but the vague of the sweater Is by no means at an end. The variety of these useful gnrments Is greater than ever. Some models are very elaborate affairs of knitting, com bining...

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 May 1915

fr- LQ1H, Q KLA. FARMERS CHAMPION i?i. a i i I, :! !h j I II !4 i ' ! 3 Champion! Mistletoe Pickup. .S fc 1XD Sow Publ'h'a. PuMUhud Every Wednesday .nxbm:ndent in politics Eigfa, May 26 The hail storm that struck this part of the country Inst Tuesday night did a lot of damacre: iar- dens -and the fruit croD are al. most ruined and so is the wheat and early oats. Sid Williams and Miss Sallic Bentley attended a singing con- Entered as second-class mat- vention at Chickasha Sunday. tr, December 3rd, 1912, at the Uncle Tom Richardson and watoffico a Elgin, Oklahoma, Fred Stauffer and wife were yiV under tho Act of March 3rd. 1879. , itors at the home of Millard '"H3Cn.PT.ON: RJchardson Friday. r ear i.o' Mistletoe has a fine Sunday "fJi school now; there were 57 pros- subncriptl&o fai zrird or ent Sunday. i r with this lau If tiers It a MJa Pnth U!n ia ul.iiUo Vio -. on . .,., ow. l&SS mi -,.. I J. T. McCraw and family via- AWOTTIBINQ HATEt ited at the home of Mr. Mundell . itir...

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 June 1915

WK!Siip-'',1 ,v ?5gr'si 1,3 rS 4f FW"S IF 'Mr'i &. J . wJ-'Lt-x ' " 'J. 4 .. . .. ' -. A,V Farmers, ampion -. VOL.V BUUK OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1915 PMV&$S?f $XXA V y Gh NO. 34 uM' f I Fresh Groceries Wn hava just opened ! the old Kaansetnur stand with a full linn of groceries just received, both Staple and Fancy. Our stock U made up of the LEWIS, BELLE ISLE ad NEW STATE Brands of groceries, which are coasidered the best. Always in the market for poultry and will pay cash, ene half in trade, or all in trade. Highest price paid fer cream and produce. Call and get our cash prices on groceries. Our endeavor will be to treat you right Byrd & J. E. BYRD Orr.-Black. H. S. Orr of Lawton and Miss Mabel Black were united in mar riage at 8 o'clock Saturday even ing at the home of the bride's 6arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. lack, south of Elgin, ,1b the presence of a few relatives tnd friends, Rev D. L. Hinck' e offi ciating, The bride has been engaged in shoe) teaching and is on...

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 June 1915

-p&M & - v r 1 ss-cjs: csrcx TAjrstjji CffAxyso r'. p' i 'ii t 1 .1 Hi !' 1 liU h I!; h I if ti hi u t . sss ? isws. esa?$ .. 5Ei?39B " T'fVJ fi& :-J ro!frv tft "jijaaw -.aWT" ?-o7 r '1lJjjJ .,14 r Wo --.w i -V-yirr. 4U )" ,jf'oIIVt foy 'm? wfilAfi ,. U" Vflloyj itviow rf rMiiwf 1j - for".,i,M -jo ft orvrfM vl .y .'? i ! WHI V ji'r'Ill'y fWl"T , ( . ,t,yw ww Wrl ri -hi 'MW " .t,,io lo Ammot' V jo; "Alt ,VAAno wf1ll1f .m "V3 roy'-HUHr" ll't tin lHifrH ftv ( i"riW a.- 4)1 rt ! iK'VH M rfMM utVVfrfM' if 111 tM t-it-f ) 'ml j-t !" i f, '''' r ttHpyn ii" l(M 'A-it 'Till fV1W r Y' 1iA h- Ml JW rt? (W-' srt. jitM(f 4t&) ny 'WrtirAVHl tojroWtW'V M (WV ilftn' W to" rtf ii'i' i i? V jAVrt f(4- 4'1' W . , 4ftf1' in rWCrtr Ma cvtf ? f H Af if fot ', fan ftU' ,', ' (AfVt AyM4 Ma pM Ptf c(' ) rf-AT Mffr 1t ffV W rtM y(ATV & MrtrH'' V rA A .f rrV AM fAt frV ' J fr fcw Jir U(Ml Wt A WiMly Wlifg rUM 'ff' ri Hi pa, ,( miiM tilt HHltU til Hi iii'l Mi ut Ulltill1t (lin aIii III fli ...

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 June 1915

k'$Vs i i. a MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND PAINS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- Uble Compound. Term Hill, Pa.-" Kindly permit me to give you my testimonial In favor of L,yaih is. nnknaaTs Vegetable Com pound. When I first began taking it I was suffering from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of aches pal is in low er part of back and In sides, and press ing down pains. I could not sleen and had no appetite. Einee I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound the aches and pains are all gone and I feci like a new woman. I cannot praise your medicine too highly. "Mrs. AuausTUS Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa. It is true that nature and a woman's work uas 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 a remedy for their peculiar Mis which has proved more efficacious than any other combination of drugs ever com pounded, and today Lydia E. ...

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 June 1915

-r- - ' steiar. oki. a, jtisierjfcs cbaxpiom THE FLOUR WITH A REPUTATION QUEEN FLOUR UNEXCELLED it. Ilf - THE IDEAL FAMILY FLOUR FOR BREAD, BISCUITS AND PASTRY SOLD BY -'&-' 't?ggfrgg lasnsnEnC!! f - cots' nu. t t" ft ELGIN Farmars' Champion AJfU 'ftr YaWh't. Po&fctW! Brrrr Trgfcueaay m:fnrTn tn rouncz Jerae 2 Strteved m ptvjtAAxi ialr er, Tnmm:r Ztdt YJVL a: i aV at K,vjnn, ut'.ttvrvk, ' 1U Arte Mi 2rrL 157. xim - Ttnt v!ef,tUA t T.Utf. ix ( -M1 fid Uw W (W to (Zi n 11 gi '-Mttt o- Stir The Soil. ft f the waJer. frrm the mtrfM&t ol thcMtlixfc ( whJeb csnnot r( ftittiri rrrfitd. wt ma ?r hrtly rwTVimm try vimt kind of a i'jr- lae rjiulch. ThU tnny U a fH Milch vttAuaA by eu!tfy!sfl, r It my N a rjukh fjf atraw frt fRMttrt. And KTirnir.tc wJs ; weain-r, wiw lemperauin: ; Will take mach mv:atr!from!zht!yahth vna: arer. tb trofHid that ibaafd U left! ' , Farnwra ahvjM tthatthe COfFEE. Mrftc of all vrounrf ft stirred, .. ,t w-yn , ' K''' ,7; '""" ome oi mtw osys n ttiii iop ...

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 June 1915

r""?5?i N r .r -$r, Farm ere Champion , :i VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1915 NO. 35 t?t&z ;, . i D DEAL GROCERY Quotes you the following prices on staple and fancy groc ' J, beginning Saturday, June 12. 1 large pail Snowdrift - $1.06 1-2 gal. pail Snowdrift - - 45c 3 cans 25c K. C. Baking Powder 50c 1 gal. Belle Isle Syrup 45c 1 gal. Louis Syrup ... 50c 1 gal. Farmer Jones Syrup 55c $1 can New State Coffee - 95c $1 can Louis Coffee - - 95c 40c New State Coffee - - 35c 35c Louis " - 30c 30c Louis " 25c No. 1 Peaberrry " 25c Pure Apple Vinegar, per gallon 25c Thess arc eash prices. Produco und cream accepted as cash. Byrd & Charivari And Shower. The young folks gave J. E. Byrd and wife a charivari at thoir home in the west part of town Monday night. They seem ed to be looking for intruders and stili had the lights burning, so proceeded to open the door and invite their guests inside without delay. To reciprocate the favors which the young folks knew would be shown...

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 June 1915

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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. — 9 June 1915

r-' ELGIN. OK LA. FARMERS CHAMPION - f. THE GROWTH OF WESTERN CANADA Increase in Haiiway Mileage, School Attendance and Population. Borne Idea of the extent of railway construction In Western Canada can be derived from the fact that the rail v. ay mileage In the Province of Al geria has been doubled In three yean. The present mileage li 4,097 In all of the settled districts there la ample railway privileges. The ratca are gov erned by a Dominion Railway Commis sion, and In the ezercUe of their pow '",7it!"'y B"l on'Jr control the rates, J'falr equality to both railway and shipper, but form a court to hear coc;lalntB of any who may desire to lodge the tame. In the matter of education no better Instance of the advancement that la taking place can be given than that found in the Information to hand that attendance at the University of Al berta has Increased 1,000 per cent In Ave years, and is now thoroughly rep resentative of all settled portions of the Province. The students in attend...

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 June 1915

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