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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 June 1915

yt'Jcz k ' U. fi'Ls - V The Farmers Champion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, IflU NO. If The Elgin Mercantile Co. Hat just opened building with a New Stock of Goods Would be pleased to have you call and get our prices. H. P. ROSACKER, MANAGER Are Invited. The Champion is in receipt of an invitation to attend the clos ing exercises of the United States Indian School. Flandreau. S. D., June 15 to 17, 1915, which con sists of track and field events, base ball games, band concert, general inspection, dress parade and annual concert, through the courtpsies of Prof. W. E. G. Hum.jh ies. Though we enjoy events of this nature very much, through a pressure of duties at home we will be unable to attend, o here by express our thanks for the kind invitation. Building Ad&'ion. " That Elgin is on the boom is teeing evidenced more and more every day. On Tuesday morn ing S. M. Davis commenced an addition to E. Stone's store building on the west side at the front which will be used as...

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 June 1915

TZqSZlZ, tymvyi "fifty 4t m -r r"m ' ELGI?;. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION '. fin in No rxxLT to get tcsner tseah with tixut co lazd i- Vm Style fjStaufe aa Tvttti Meals asi serve. JjiSr tT.t.'.Aen Izr vu uitfwviLo. W I" I. ACT WAS MOT TO HIS LIKIHG Ar4riitn Vslltf Pepff P.tf.r.U-3 FlUpirt't Irtuft ts J SpJrlm Th itJ7 It Urld tr a EfitHifc ea- I 1 yini es: o;vl: c. It to'i;'A. tJ ot !y lttMi! tt yc-1 J-1 L,Ve M,n- Ti ?riaJ cinhil'i ten wcscWa't resc la MaU A I ti erwitr; . "Te.- tM ti br ei & . R0 la6.j.. .p -ca (rf tt C3Brrii brjrw om t "'SWsi'i yen jrotaU rutiJsllj ta rr j -Btau 7(n u kJ, 0? iwt li PmIjt rttr. 1 1 nUT m- 0J We ti dr I oi.'rt4 ye'" , jj. trxir. I mpoi,- M one of Hti i;.U In i fie o( S&sUn "y- J1 "J'. rtStl Tcra. "I 1-; bu Mitaft diMdod, ,7Lct. kt.a tio ran for tTvttlor3 tii 1i Ata-rict.a iatla!. to m -j tat ti iriflj. It " ice tlit l tc.t 1 ttx nilplao crnM cuk blciiIf -BnJfitJ, bat liker i i&try cao ,rbtoiJJ hi ctt3 irj Try ptornn ininA, H h44 hU go to the 8j....

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 June 1915

r, ''(rii:rv!ff. '" T.'f. VW' v . "" """ " " ""' :f''-WrV-'fffi$f'n '. ,'py vv ';t51ilfPP?PSPip!SiP ELGIN, OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION .fc. MANAGEMENT OF SOW DURING FARROWING HOW WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS By Taking Lydtti E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Cleveland, Ohio "My left side "LOST" IN IN JAIL '' i' Children Cry for FUtchoi's Queer Cases That Arc a Matter of Record. l , r ramaaaaawHPPlPsSPPlTOMl&laaaaaV -aaaaaaaaaaaaMMaawlk T-"I.f ?aa? 'aJ ASu va. , j sAaaaaaaaSBBBBVFJHSJIJBBBBBBBBBBBt aaaaaa$r?.v!t MillijDijjliVVidnA &-iBTBaaa9BTBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVsla9Hfl"BaBaw Champion Poland China Oow. (rrcpaicJ by the United Stntee Depart ment of Agriculture.) Tho period of gestation for sows Is approximately 112 days or eight ilnys less than four months from tho date of breeding. It may vary from this a few days ono way or the other. This dato should be known to avoid mis takes that may result In tho Iobs of Plea. As tho tlmo for farrowing n proaches tlio bow should bo watched careful...

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 June 1915

vtx ILIIN, OKLA.. FARMERS CHAMPION e - ; '- ..----- ...... i i ,,.. - ,.,.. , i i ...,. .., - ... i i -! .i. .i i , i. . .,.., ,, - ....... ,.- ..ii. - Bring Your Cream To E. STONE !' f t V Farmers' Champion l and Sons VuM'h's. Published Every Wednrodny INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, Jims 16 Intered as second-class mat tor, December 3rd, 11)12, at the fattcm at Urin, Oklahoma, tbe Att of March Krd. 1679. ADVERTISING RATEQf Display nja, 12 1-Sccnts per lech for each Insertion. Dlicounti giron on large ads. All 'lorlliln realtor run until paid and ordered m subscription: Oae year li.oo Hit months Mo Tear siiDicrlptli.n has esplreri r ID expire with (Ills Issue If ttiero ll a arosa (X on the margin uppoille this mKTee. What The Dealer Says. The warm season is now on and eggs will drop down to G or 8 cents per dozen unless the roosters are disposed of so the eggs will not hatch. A few hours in a warm room will start incubation. It is here predicat ed that it it will not be loner until y...

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 June 1915

"$ -. - y,s- '?' ',) "? s V -" . ij fe & rf L t; The Farmer - -Jir Nfri ion VOt-V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, DAY, JUNE 23, ISIS HO. S7 'U jr 4-f Champ ems' . . : - ' HI H. i W i i'iS- i ir ? The Mercantile Co. Hat just opened building with a New Stock of Goods Would be pleated to have you call and get our prices. H. P. ROSACKER, MANAGER On The Elgin Routes. Carrier Lasley had an unpleas ant experience when within a bout four miles of town last Wednesday evening. One nf his horse slipped on the muddy road and fell into a ditch in the road on his back. He had to walk three fourths of a mile to get neighbors to help Ret him out arid then had to leave him there and eome on to town on horse back. Mrs. Dessie Haley of Prague is visiting at the home of her parents, Otto time aad wife on route 3. t, CoVland the aostejai- T: but thestream was too high anv catch worth mentioning W. V. Taylor of rente' 1 left Tuesday, Tor Arlwsii Ky. Kan sas, where he wnl aunt his home wKn ntaaev. Jlenr Ada Barrel o...

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 June 1915

v w w vpW SW rV fj- -t ' '.-H-tjr iv1 '"W'WW v-smswtjm '-V i ' :& liv Jt ill' 0" . ' hr.1- - Vii u C ELGIN. OKLA FARMERS CHAMPION JJ '.WlWflTi 'f tf It i I , fV if- . F rft' .- & & NAVY OFFICERS GET DEGREES AT aBIMfiy ft'1-r.i ggg9gm? '' MJ-f nPBiriL.iHHIlBP'SJK'VVHVISI BMgSfgBfjgSggggSgBggHgvBVBBVSaw' LgaTgjgjgjgjgjgjgjgjgjgjgjr vMiBMBB'fBlBKTEtiMiiBBKl'BMBBll HElgLflggBaCl! gggKigggflRSBSnaM 'raraTBTBTBTBTBTS tbbtbtbtbtbtbtbtbii If JtV i Wmj3I SBBSBWaMuaiBSByjBgMEBS .Ba ' t . -M. mA. iwr. B '"''Oli ' f ' ass BBCSBl Theso nary officers, graduates of the nnval academy at Annapolis, hnvo been taking courses nt Columbia unl rrrslty and are marching from the exercises nt which they received their degree. TURKISH rett3sraErsntsx:sn fz Group of Turklnh prisoners of wnr AUSTRIAll Austrian troop at work repairing Carpathians which had been blown up m ...... S at A BATTERED TURKISH DEFENSES Interior of Me of the old fortrcsiei bombarded by the allies, and soma at Ii (hr lort 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. — 23 June 1915

wr5P55S .-TOSfwTOS'W r ; v ELGIN. OKLA. FARHERSCH AMPION & -ti a a LJS VI HACKNEY HORSE FOR " "International," English (Hy J. H IIKI.L.) The hackney is one of the best pay Iny horses that the southern farmer can raise and he is Increasing In popu larity each year. Tho numerous hotse shows now held In tho South have given a great Impetus to horse breeding. There arc many things to be said in favor of the hackney nnd there aro Kuod reasons for his popularity as a fbnrness horse; among them arc his very stylish appearance,, high action, good slzo and tractnblllty. IlcBlde, he Is a good seller on the market. The southern farmer Is n natural torn lover of a good horse and tho South has been the homo of the thor oughbred for probably two centuries. It niny be snld uf the hackney that he cr ,ses well with other breeds, es pecially with tho trotter, tho thorough ,bred or the draft horso. The hackney trotter cross Is ono of tho most useful Diorses than can bo raised on the aver ago farm....

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 June 1915

tii?- - ' 'M a J 1.1 r BLO I N,. O KL A. FARHIRI'CHA JfT! ON Bring Your Cream To E. STONE h:5 i P i i I I M lit jJi JW ' Champion AND Sons Pabl'h's. Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Juae 23 second-class mat ter 3rd, 1912, at the at Elgin, Oklahoma, Act ofMarch 3rd. 1S79. AtvrnirrisiNc rate ' ads. II VSc-rate tier Inch fOi tateriloa. Discounts ! on tar eda. All alrcrtlslat matter nm MM satf aa oraX! otA SUBSCRIPTION: 1 1 nu BIB WC Taw MDteripttta baa expired or, W mtpln with Ciii Issue It Uere U a j lAj o ui martin oi'ponue idis , Practical Subjects. la this day and age thr tn eaey ia our public schools seems to drift away from the practical Mbjeets aad take up a lot of which arc of little use to the hoys and girls when they ! tart nut nn thr hattlo nf lifo I ity was a time when the' "V e" prosper where there Areata seemed to think that the ?s a division or strife of any na three R'a. -'Readin. Ritin. and a- 1" helping others you in JUthaaetie," were all the subjects variably ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 June 1915

W$$fl&T'n T"A:- r ,""S5 f CL ijtf O '?S ', rs- -- -r;r Vdjj - U , -. r ? -vXi ; ' $ The Farmers' Champion ' Wrv-i ' ! - .W MP i VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WDMSOAY, JUNE 30, ISIS NO.it m , .1. i.... .'iP.'.i.iwiiLim Let Byrd & Wolcqtt Handle Your Cream c i The Elgin Mercantile Co. Hat jutt opened building with a New Stock of Goods Would be pleated to have you call and get our pricet. H. P. ROSACKER, MANAGER Business Improving. The g neral return of prosper ity due somewhat to the harvest sessaa ii being evidenced by the incrsfefe in business at the Elgin Hotel. Mra. E. J. Ojssrford, the accommodating lMMNy,and one assistant are kept busy near ly all the time looking after the needs of the customers. Though the price of moat ar ticles . is Might taaa'H fssmaily was. they continue e serve meal t the old Dries of 25 cents. Be aides the, transients .they have seven) rsjuIa-beor4r. ' Who fs It? On Sunday a postal card was received at the Elgin postoffice ' addressed to the postmoster ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 June 1915

i,''.TCS2'-''!?TOHjp'ip www ' . jp ,iy )!.,, ), rj ,virt Jf;, p,Fyfitfij& w3ftwv"i-.'5TOfw;f jfctKF A,. : 't.s L ' N" Ift ELGIN. OKI, A. FARMERS CHAMPION 'f7 IT w I K i w I I. ' 'A' Victims of the Drug Habit. According to n recent cstlinato of the United States public licnlth serv ice, tlio number of persons In this country who nro victims of tlio drug Imhlt Is about 70,000, and tlio number of doses of narcotic drugs consumed liy thom annually Is about 8GO,000,000. This estlmato Is based on figures rol Jocted In the state of Tennessee whcie under n recently onactcj uatlnarcotlc Uw 1,403 permits were issued In six months to persons petitioning for ttio Vrivllege of using narcotic drugs, and the consumption of such drugs amount ed to 8,499,200 average doses. HI Excuss. In his Savannah enmp Dill Doao ran, baseball manager, had a dusky faued waiter at the hotel by tlio namo of Button. Dill had to reproach Sut ton tnoro than onco for n lack of agil ity In arriving with tlio food. Sut...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 June 1915

"gr? ??W v" " ,i- ' 1- 4 i-3 ffW- cs ;" i. ..-ft- s L L. C U ft Q SC IL A IP A, Bfc t E R S CHAMPION ?- II. FRILL IS PROMINENT HAILY THE CHIEF SWQYATtCOt OF1 THE AR. I NATS SUE H,U fiSSSS fluivtm ts Ajafn, tin Thjcj OunffPimiit , F4rtjn x,t.i CmJrt fat tt TwT-Cn Cil- fo CaAjftJ Untnv ' TS siciis accWalC '.cacvAaijn. Sil-i jtur U tU iiiiSSja e WHi. Ot oitri U ii see 12 taaoxAiittc, nuTa? Su. i rtviviA. Ti Jtitcc ekm 4a.ii . utic IscAraAlajn, asou. ti iar xpi uc n.. vr i -iLctif vrj iiil cctori tti Sec aB JC-'tsii tiax tit a j itmr-ects of teens tijs tif -vj-i Sca-e wcnua urnl t.j b.n knAi i! cockc. Tci ts tatr fits-Mi. fjaj i tt-ti a 6t: aaIr ti;i cf p;i;sy -va. &, wr iift act a Oi; Cf. Wza ti &c:oOas ed. -u -'z.l td 1 ttociKJ w r a. 3.131 i FrO ti Uti aj t j. it 13 i tie Jcrnaa-tr cf ta- fCfia: f a, cm cctUr tasaovc aSxjt tea ,3.1 i jotatoi o;sala ta froct "u ta toum. Lajj yeas tit S&JCi-s waa ta- -viit coi: cdI c4 aAadke-sixf Baa xai ;(;t, wtta 2-ista ectUs ;otau Va et ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 30 June 1915

TfZTiZr? ' rt -ff?j "i,""" -3g&!',"t$r -fi v P 'V? tfS ILIIN, OKLA. FAIMIRI CHAMPION Bring Your Cream To E. STONE ir ft & 1 Farmers' Champion AND SONS FabPh's. feMfched Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elfin, June 30 Catered aa second-class mat- mber 3rd, 1912, at tw? at Elain. Oklahoma, 1 Act of March 8rd.lfi79. A4aSRTIBINO' KATBtt Ml. 12 1-Jcenta ner Inch for Mil laserflon. Discounts gfnm on Ua. All adferUataf nitttw nm I Md orders owl WMMMMMM SUBSCRIPTION: 1 rw... Maths. .11.00 Tew auoscrljtU.i dm estlrefl r ajfU amlra with BUi Issue U there ia a M xj oa ue margin opposite idm An Awful Fall. A nan died rcc jntly and went atraifht way u heaven's gate where he demanded admittance. faint Pater examined his cre dentials and then began to ques tion his would be guest as fol lows: "Have you been a truthful man while on earth?" 'Yea, I have always told thn truth, even to giving in my prop erty at itatrue valuation." "Have you kept the ten com mandments?" "Yea, every one t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 July 1915

'-.? lV . -, 'Of tWi '"? ,( ' iji f l' T tf. I v The Farmers Champion --" '15, If, ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDffESflbVY, JULY 7, 1915 JVOL.V Nait r fay Your Groceries At Lowest Prices. lOOIbsIugar 16.70 IS ft Sugar $1.00 f lbs Peaberry Coffee $1.00 $1.00 70c 66e 25c 6 Ike Arbuckle Cofftt. . . . hi gal. Masea Fruit Jars, par doxen 1-4 gal, Fruit Jan, dozen 4 Ike Navy Beans 4 las Best Rica lie dlbaloda 25e 4eanaEafIa Lya 26c epkgsCora 8tareh 16c 4 eaaa Ne. 2 Toaiateaa. . 2c lOlblueket Snowdrift.. $1.00 6 1b Bucket Snowdrift.. 40c Tmm nricee are good until the next iaaua of thla paper. ELGIN MERC. CO. ' ',' Lest Is Found. Nat loag ago R. A. Rami found a watch, while he waa dig ging for worms aa the Ran- Chriee farm to go Ashing. He nppened to remeaiber that Rev. Humphries had lost a watch eomewhere oa the place before he left for South Dakota, to wrote him about it. describing the watch, and fouai out that ft waa the one he lost, go sent it to in laat Saturday. Though it had been in the groun...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 July 1915

fp5j5,5f!!W - vV, f ' v" v-'jfrN pftf5? ifi)iwpr "iTi v ' "-'Ik' n m ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION ? IN 'C rfc t. ,r- DomelbaNi TBeteT GARDENS IN LARGE .CITIES No Reaion Why Certain Difficulties Shrould Not Easily Be Overcome, With Proper Thought. There nr n few things that must ho provided ir Omaha In to become famous for IIh nnnli'im, nnd It Ih In ho hoped Unit tho agricultural e.xpurt wlm lit cmiilni; hern will nttend to thorn, miya tint Omaha World-llt-mld Tlirro w ciuld ho limn' moro gnrdmis If Ihcru worn Htiimi central ngniry iviIIiI!hi.mI wlii'io men too busy to nt lend to nil tlio work could cull hy toliiphnnu olid get a reliable limn when ono In nc'drd Tim charity organiza tions hnvu been rolled upon, hut tho Jim: n who neck work through them tint often Incllloli'iit mid uunillnblo. Ouo bUAltii'Hii mull nald: "I linvo qultn ii 1 11 r no hit of r. round In tuy.htick yard Hint 1 would Ilko to put m a garden, hut I cannot tnlto a day off to spado It ii and prepare thu ground f...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 July 1915

"r7 Tf '?W " v-1 -t ""T'ifs-WPf - 5 rv ft.. ELGIN. OKLA, FARMERS CHAMPION ijji RETAIN CLD FAVORITE WHITE MARQUISETTE 18 WITH U3 AGAIN THI8 SEASON. for Summer Wear There Are Few Material! Which Are Itt Equal Excellent Dreee Design Shown In Drawing Herewith. Our old favorite, whlto martiulscttp, I with us a Kill n this Reason, by vir tu ot a superior quality, peculiar to Itself, that fills n need which has not yet been replaced by anything morn satisfactory. For tub frocks and dainty lingerie gowns, marquisette, cannot bo Improved upon. It launders splendidly, and does not become rough and thick with washing. Hero 1b a very good dress design for whlto marquisette, prettily trimmed with narrow plaited rullles of rclf material. The deep V, formed by the Kurpllced fronts of tho blouse, Is filled In with folds of tho goods, surpllccd with the blouse. A novel collar Is In serted between the waist and the In Fl'clo fold at tho shoulders. It does not meet In front, but Is hold together with ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 7 July 1915

-fjww f m.ir.t' eit.A, ?tj.:s2:s ear srp'Eorr i"S, ring Your Cream To E. STONE ft' TtE WIWSetFJL JHOSCaPE. fflBHH wUW. THE J-HRIS WHEEL. GIVE wseTijus. aAiw&aus. vie of the wohlu's gheatsx s?osmaii. Seiiaoi. Lattai T77MSK4D-9r)ni jTSfcarVft nr- 1 fo5l sad 3asi Hay ijJL -nrtr3 if a tw aarvertsff t TEw Srmtfc jtwif ti ( ha 1-wtfj AVat oarr J. V .41 it vision raji-v 3jt j rK3 JJi 'vV-sst L if iittuaM 2inu WaefiiHjpfW. 0, C &r July I2L Far tii wtsc Gcdt Stiam. m- i!2l0A 2mr M?wmimr? & jryuTSC My 7 OUtannsia and ami T Ti w w:iL 5 ane f fgn- rmn4 msmuimn inily tasr and xodasaauv e-annsr r. 3r2, JUL aC-Jto 4MLr & i j s K U . &mrOXaX 4ns.asfa f0 "'I' fM "WUaWfiaV. IMBT !' ar Jl ryf : : ;f iVm M OMMtK 3al !. w 'jv ry 3 litt? v 5i ssij. am )! m to iifm at ?v r v yr iinl 6Hm(. Tut Mrtt t tWi cjmz ?r ScJii 7h frmr nu W ez r Sihl. f , . I w firmer enj(d Hl 3i rw iVi tVSf'hJvjraiJk jr aohl! hi' !mk an it&t t ry t if JM fRHr ew( ly ?rf5 fr.m h jknhnrt, t5ia frt' CMav ( rtw ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 July 1915

Vi T rr-WStfT1" i'f ,wv ,- f rf 4 ti rj& ,, .i . 4 Farmers' Champion 1 1 s- ) f" f -, 'i .A VOL.V ELGIU, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1911 NO. 40 Let Byrd & Wolcott i Handle Your Cream teieteiemeteieiei tie MR. FARMER We are in the mrket far your grain every day. We don't open and close out elevator to suit our own convenience, but take the farmer's interest into consideration and are prepared to handle your grain EVERY day. Is this worth anything tt you, Mr. Farmer?. Brunskill 1 H.G. SMITH, ! On The Elgin Routes. A baby girl was born Thurs day at the home of E. E. Reh wnlt on route 2. On Thursday Carrier Buckley stopped at the home of T. T.My ers to water his "horse" which was getting in a warm condition. It being near the noon hour a kind invitation was given him to take dinner and Ed says "how the fried. ohickni.and other good thing did disappear " " Miss ChrlsttnaSeheet of route 1 it attending tee state normal at Edmond. Carrier Cost and family return ed Saturday from &...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 July 1915

' Trifl" "W-t"" tCIW, QgLA ffA KMERS CHAMPTOM IMT l Pa! k''l MSElKW.LJiiS.-" to m m IgSBSSSg ! Iff s5aSyr CLEAN LfEfi AHD BOWELS NIK WAIT i mili.r tf..r .. "'.".Vr"" '"'aMtB mill dii- Just Qncel T17 "Uohan'i Liver Ton" Vhen Bilious, CoMti patatf. Htjariacnv Ocrv't lain a Day's Work. -rmyhtmmT-'" MAKES YOU SICK , Ui 1 I 1. & JnaB n I TTT eT- r m4 O , nrTJJT ,., -A. JfiEES PUMTED ICO r-Mcaf Mnrikn M.nlit by Many P-ooln Win Ate Cut win Dtiirtblii 1lt.iiia for tttn lummnr D tyi, i. vnnit ign ttin writer in v i it rvr Writ n".H lliiil Jmir hntt pliiiu.it lur r -tnry rtv flier ipiirt Thnr n in - tir,tn .tnoiuli "ir irnt lint chitr itti unl in planted in tiptiiy t iu,.t "- nthnr iiiln an ;.ik n row it 'lln nut -an finn from nuitmug. mi ra.iir euiiil Bn 'numl -v!Hi 'Iih i.iHhih.i Ac i iiuiri " ituiimi xf-nr iluai iur Dnnunr Ti'ii ir -Linn ntinoirlt u lil f.'nt ipiirn. .'"if -Jin itnc am yuan !ny -nulil vi' m MiuliiM.nn.I ir 1il Cms tpur lut i tin vtll iiiir iv 17 nin nff.tmtlmr nrera.ir...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 14 July 1915

"Sj"?i i tft J, " v-3tfV i rv ir' , -. 4 ELGIN. OKU. FARMERS CH A M PIO N V' ml "TwT1; 'JfHiF' " r NEW PARISIAN MODELS UMBRELLA OUTLINE NOTICED ON THE LATEST 8KIRT8. May Signify Change In Forthcoming Stylo Lemon-Yellow Llnon Prom I to to Bo Popular Smart Lit tle Cherry-Red Coat. Kedfern la making aome practical and attractive white scrgo suits for Bcaaldo wear, lie has always been In favor of platted skirts, but on some of these whlto suits 1 noticed the um brella outline, and I found ,11 admira ble, writes Idnlla do Vllllcrs, Paris cor rernondent of tho London Globe, One model which pleased mo espe cially had an umbrella skirt which buttoned up tho front and which had large side pockets. The coat wob half length, with a shaped basque and a waist belt which buttoned on at the eldo seams. There was a plain roll over collar and wldo turn-back cuffs. Doth collar and cuffs were caught down by Ivory buttons and the coat was lined with chintz silk which showed pale bluo and pink flowers 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. — 14 July 1915

.T.'. tll N, OKLA.. FARMERS CHAMPION Bring Your Cream To E STONE WV buys U X Stone the chickens 18 t Farmer Champion WKTroGEL AND SONS Publ'h's. Published Every Wednesday INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, July 14 En tared as second-class mat ter, December 3rd, 1912, at the postoffleo at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Aot of March 3rd. 1879. AOVEHTISIiJG RATEB.' Display adi, 12 1 Scents fvr turh roi racb Insertion Discount eltnn on large aila. All adwrUslur matter cm uqui tmm and order! wit HUnSCHIPTION: On year $1.00 Sbt months too Your aunrcrlDtlbn hai .i,ir,i r "III iplr wllli Uili Issue If thorn is a Notice Of Sale Of School Land Lease. Henry C. Noll and Hazel May Noll, owners of a lease covering the folllowing school land, to wit: The South Half (S 1-2) of Mm finiitli Wucif t,tnt.. fC IV 1 4) of Section Thirty Six (3G), Township Two (2) North. Range Twelve (12) West I. M.. situated in Comanche County, Oklahoma, and the public in general will take notice: That, whereas, said Ilnnrv C. N...

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