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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 21 July 1915

''"?$ i7 Tpi r ' " "V Falrmers, Champion ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, IMS NO. 41 VOL.V Let Byrd & Wolcott jHkndle Your Cream n F" r f I I r-M-W "H FEED IS CASH We cannot extend credit to you on feed t tales. We pay cask for grain and feed and cannot 1 consistently tell tame on time at our present arrow margin. ; LET US BID ON YOUR WHEAT AND OATS, t Brunskill Elevator I H.G. SMITH, - MANAGER I hi I t I ' ' ' ! Mistletoe Pickup. This locality wu visited by a niee little shower Sunday morn ing. We are hoping for a big rain before these cloudB pass a way. Mrs. Claud Bentley and chil dren returned home Wednesday from a four weeks visit in north eastern Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Richard son were visiting iu Lawton Sat urday. Charley Sperling and family are .Visiting relatives near Rush Springs. John McCraw left Monday for a few days' visit with his grand mother who lives at Snyder. Ab there is no prospect for get ting a thresher in this neighbor hood soon, most farmers have...

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 July 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. — 21 July 1915

r- . V " " - y - .'-M kr ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION fi ' WHERE BLUE BLOOD RULES In Germany and Austria It Makes No Difference How Much You Have, Only What You Are. MIbs Wyllo snys In her "Klght Venn In Ocrmany" that contempt for mere money Is a Btrlklng characteristic of the- German people. Wealth alono docs not entitle Its possessor to any special deference or consideration. "Tho Herman's Indifference to r oney," she declares, "amounts very ULnrly to contempt. I am not speak ing only of the autocracy. The very shopkeepers ! ci ijlves havothosame foclliiK, and It has often amused mo durliiK tho Christmas shopping to watch how poverty-stricken Baroness von X Ih surrounded by courteous, deferential attendants, eager to sell her tho sixpenny knlckknack she has como to huy, whereas wealthy Trail Itosenkrnntz, making her expensive purchases, receives no particular at tention. "In (lermany you can bo poor nnd live poorly without reproach. You can llvo In a garret and dress us your nioa...

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 July 1915

It ft jt(5:."rr OX.L.JL. rAmacx.iT. cffiA-frrf; ? Bring Your Cream To E. STONE r buys the chick St Farmer Chti&picm Siiiinil. -tnrt Lai!. ' " Pihllsflitrf: Iw Tiisarttty E&t,, Juf7 it ftr CBWtiiM ltri J'J, Citi ytwiifw it l,ir.n j.miuma. r Jit JLir if lUmn arcU. 1K7' Ti'JWMTJi: xJto Jkjm yMfSt, 3nr7 '. ul imt ua! Mu tTmiI inmn if aim an"rnif Sin iiiliiuvuir aiwnnl unit. 3X r-c l"iu iitutit Silt? J.-25 f sin lunch Nir -dim-v J. -i. if inttmi Thirv ii" W; r.jynito Uvi "25 Xriv ILwip 1! vuit Ei) wit L 11. uuuintfi h 'jimnnaiM Omntv 'jW.HUnmn. tint Hit auixiiu. n itwi'rni v il rhiic vnr..iM. mni Eini- T. ,wsvs ninr T-J-xtr"" ff'"1 w,t :J:u:'" tlv ,,, 1" " jj iiMwftnn Uwvjmuu Jm In JlJV'l Hilt 'tiiilwtrmt thitixr BU?- amw . a.t mrttiu Tumi- nu lm jjrwilHMfirv (Hint if HiiiEt:UV .,eu jMit uu nnwmn -rt fm. Lnor; it "In mm if if 1'v.tiM Bimiuxt KJfllL-Hli m, inilnra. vtn rnvrvtc -Iihswwi .vm trim tarn ic tint ax if 6n 3r Sinf tkinmnrvnto awt mjitMt ir vat Itl pir xans, 3tr annum .W ...

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 July 1915

y-j? -" -. yfA s r' -' C - t Farmers Champion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNE5PAY, JULY 28, 1915 NO. 41 Let Byrd & Wolcott Your Cream EX Handle . llil'll I FEED We cannot extend IS ale. We pay cash for grain and feed and cannot consistently sell same on time at our present 1 1 5. narrow margin. LET US BID ON YOUR Brunskill H. G. .SMITH, I i HI H"i"H- Neighborhood News. According to the Frederick Enterprise some of the hogs in that locality are being fed on peaches and cream. On July 23 about 200 car loads of wheat had been shipped out of Frederick. One buyer had shipped 28 car loads and there are nine buyers. J. E. Payne of the Frederick postofflce made a grade of 100 7 in an examination for railway mail clerk. A negro at Frederick was fined S7.50 for hitting his vifc over the head with a hammer. A pure seed association has been organized at Hobart with 37 farmers as members. On June 23 the Bank of Roos evelt had $90,043.42 on deposit. Kauffman Bros, store at A pache is closed, pos...

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 July 1915

IIW. " r 5 I'1 X "5" 2 t F v' I' r k tlillll ms immrs urns oisi ht0 Vifclfcb'- lOBfi ks: vix kme mrrnri arrDJrrfrirretJ Hr o MMr fcrroBT a- a (mibb; itt iKf : aoM- Hunt " ,!E r S wnnrptf r ". iiruB- ma Stortec twm- r tamtTi mentfam. 1M " ct rrmti -' ntme- t -t s rr f- row rns tot- f ntf 'ttsmn tzmx tsarj- r- jjo - t.talaiT 3r ar- (Mt :ai no r t " m ca.U ' MM w MoMutt. tatr i"- ! iO IT" (TS!. new -rp it 1m jtrsiiet r ti ,ii! a r.- em- nv fMM tatttn MT ' vmmkott '. ; Jie' y - iff u I H( OD X. PfliiPi1' liIiNIb in H inwumi ' u mw ; w I'W C KcSh ' - w - r TK (.. J Sir mmn ' " WfC MM' " it' hi tfht v 1U NNar ' til- urul - tM . : mi , fir V- iMfcft ft,- MM WMHIt4t'' w; ' 4Mk Mk tilOW f WW xU'.nvt '. M- r mMMK r fcHf! IE fJ IB t (Wntasr TKrj i gt .lunrais- CfRU f nctiu vitJr WMX-M - :-r an. M- eMMCr " t IMM agouti. ' 4Mir atec- us t ils auttw r " '' titi Mr i niKi. e iwW iiiK t tets frrut Willi. MtM- mu ,iK .Wr Mkrr .i nt stii i ,Tae "tMi JULf s it rimtnaii ic nte&frs t rMrtn iHtwr- hi...

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 July 1915

' "r-try"1 'WaV" ' M- V''1 ' i-n, - " wwfwS ELGIN. OKI. A. FARMERS CHAMPION ;- ' "l j ISSUE SQUARELY H NEW AMERICAN NOTE PLACE? FUTURE RE8PONSIOILITY ON TEUTONIC NATION. CERTAIN ACTS ARE "UNFRIENDLY" And If Germany PertltU In Dolnj Thm, Diplomatic Severance May Be Expected As a Result. WanhlnRlon. 1'rcBlilont Wilson nnd Berretnry Lanslnp, conferring at tho Whlto IIouro completed tho new note to Germany warning lior tlmt tlio rope tltlon of n dlbnstor Mich as that visited upon tlio Lusltanln or nny violation of Amorlcnn rights on th high sens re sulting In loss of American lles will ln regarded ns "unfriendly." It wns at onco dispatched. The note Is In tlio nati.ro of a flnnl statement by tlio United Stntcs of tlio interpretation tlint will bo placed by this government on futuro transgros slons of Amcrlcnn rights and repents that tlio American go eminent will lonvo nothing itndono to stand by the position It ling previously dcclnrcd. Among tho points In tlio nolo nro: First Tlio assu...

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 July 1915

S" P:' ff"" s. ;t: ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION Bring Your Cream To E. STONE Stone buys the chickens 17 !f ' Farmers' Champion VfCTKNGKL AMU SoNfl Ptlbi'h's. PUbKshwJ Every Wcdney&y imdbpkndi:ht in politics ! Elgin, July 28 Pf.,l .... ,..nr.l,.. ,-l Ur, December 3rd, 1'J12, at twib''cau8thBt"Jltoror Dome on-' poatofiico at Klgin, OkJuhonia. j on the paper does not like them. Uftdartae Aotof March 3rd. lKTy. Nothing further from the facts couJd be imagined. mipKoi1 i"?wuAi? torJi for Kvr' newspaper is run for rh iiiKortloti Uirunii .vn the dollars that can be made out laraa !, All sidrortUlnr njUf run r .t i j Innln r.nu f.r unUI pmt4 and r4r4 ( ' u,c wu''r.-S3. 1 eople pay for paper to get the news about BUJiBCtuiTloM i their friends and relatives. No oo rfr 11.00 ,. , , Mi mouth , Mo matter how. much any person Your tubcriptibt ha erjiirtd or i may be disliked by the editor or HI aiplia with Uila Utuo U tfcern la a H,me one ,m the naripr that rifr. erow (X mi Urn margin on,alt...

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 August 1915

,n, tenr &mm 'yJk3T' 7titk 7 36 IT' w ........ Farmers: r V ampion . rt VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAMOiiA, , AUGUST 4, ltlf NO. 43 -4- Let Byrd & Wolcott Hatidle Your Cream N, H - . fl $l s Ch J? Alltlllll4lt4HMHIHHlllHI4l-H4 FEED IS CASH yon en feed We cannot extend credit te ales. We pay cash for grain and feed and cannot consistently sell same on time at our present arrow margin. LET US BID ON YOUR WHEAT AND OATS. J Brunskill Elevator H.G. SMITH, MANAGER f i llllllIIIMMMMMMMMUMt Reaches Majority. Woman Seriously Burned. About 2 o'clock Monday after noon Mrs. G. W. Gilbert, who was staying at the home of her fatker, W. F. Crook, south eeJt of here, was so seriously tarried that she has been suffer since and is, not expected to live. ' Just how the burning happen ed is not definitely known. Dr. J. P. Gamble .was called tp .rea der medical relief. Saenissstm conscious and WW awsCpet she did not know how it, happened. Ska wore a calico dress at the time and this was burked com pletely 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. — 4 August 1915

;frK,,1l1l' p-mif .srr'j'-i.jl j.:iisi F5 "IfTIK-f' YKSrge - "w:,m,FS' o 4 ? 1 'tc r - ? 3T22I CjLX?I3 &Lfabm tzty zrr tzarjr'jin 1 Tr1- THE SMFHT KS TIE ste3rHS " &S'r!020Z,t -K, .mi ;vv " J- rrxjr w; Hot Weather Meats 'U M11 Li 1-iJ 'J J J' lVJt.Mt U' ADRUCO GlfLMt. com. V WUM y-W)Miiii (knroyv, "' y M mm J M -T f-ftlr 5g I W1 9Qmmk 41) JMM I I Wft g If mi tmmm-U I . J- MM. tfMnr j. ls ..u, . fWhU IU 'teMAttl U .'- .. It m I ,W I . V r urvm, 70CK a? TA' PAJrCVfTCH FO 1iKArrv KM Au. , , . irtJlm mm !,' ,. tag ' whk mm-, - aft mgM- Mf tv " " y ' jgJlltllg4B J' ,(,,. m Jaytgjt ''- ,V)r UM j, , gsUfal rir m- mfMr VMIiM J r w4i , H v mm ;' J, t,0mf)m ys- , -, . tm 0l 9 , mmv im f Mtf4i , (r w4 fiWIM 4 au jMMI yy jlW . it j , k sgyww 2---Vt M ta, 4t WM gy ftr -Hgtow ' J - - - - .t.. if k M ! O- " r rfr tmr nm twf- ..jjg. V dlfMbM -if rt- M faa aul .Mm ai " v ffi'iinpn it imi ttmif it WHr n jf m, t Tf tM HA43. iMOto. 4 m4 H k jtt - au 4 4.t " - J-M- j,, Va LeC to rr : jsii Ovuur:...

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 August 1915

??r3Rffl P3re Jf V .vJt-w,, ' W fWCTOTSET' 'V ? Wltf WW V 1 ' ' ' 1) t . ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION f 'O WITH BARNS FULL OF STOCK LOidn't Look Much Like Hard limes in western uanaaa. A. Meyer, who left ono of tho best Counties In Minnesota, probably be cauBo be got a good price for bis ex cellent farm, and left for tho Canadian West, writes to his local paper, the Uagley Independent. Ills story Is well worth repeating, lie says: "To say I was greatly surprised when I reached Saskatchewan and At borta would bo expressing it mildly. In a country where bo much Buffering was reported, I found everyono In good circumstances, and especially all our friends who have left Clearwa ter and Polk counties. They all havo good homes and thoso who wero re ported to havo sold their stock through lack of feed, I found with their barns full of Btock, and It did not look very much llko hard times. They havo from 160 acres to two sections of tho finest land that can bo found. Thoso that left hero, t...

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 August 1915

rtsws' -w.iiip 9nrf- - - -1 i -" rre o' fg: VI ULi. TAIII11 ClAiyi9 Bring Your Cream To E. STONE St chickens one fftjf ir iW lifTi buys the h ' ,1 v A GRAND BALL eeataaaaaBBBBBBi hM . i imiiiiiininowwMM Local Ncwihm Wlfl I I ICE CREAM Ermybody cordially invited to attend. Jtrdy famtiT Farmer Champirjn Ovatfvrt Is ftvt W& j ifcrrtn iC stiar turn -? z -v.tnei. itl 2m.tix pasrumr. TnpU Hall Tuedy ereran, Aug. 10. x25&SL aKiSSL Cx jyVfMa.i i l-3i SJVtUiir Slit 5Cffil ifttSA ??" hASmi, infi zzii zazj rwt5Kiit7 t: it H.ryr i ?, (jrvzsrj xzil wrl -rr tvvr .vyyz i .-,7 Saw:.? Mrt. C. D Tisrzxr. x.'A thzn " -ntrntut tt ti Ifjzjt i Cj, yf Wc Uls mc rtrrr Cssi ?A w ' &vr Rirfj CiKv." "AUi&e .t -nuiuJ V.rx at t IsA'sitH at Lnr- i.f. Caster t S-ir2 :g u a I UMIIHI 2. as. zrrrxr;z 'A .' attf- .isisr-srua. tnnn.ia. ea-isr ctre id-r ' ' S. ?. Eva.ti af V.'.V. 2 . ninafcai -ruxana2ias 5rca;trc2 wr tcjiLs cKfs vi&z at Ltnora Ii:i3,faT. 3. Lnriat 7s.iy. Misi EM TenrtUr "M to y.ttl'...

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 August 1915

r v m Farm Ch ers ampion VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915 NO. 44 Let Byrd & Wolcott Handle Your Cream 'CXKBSBSSM 7 -r-t-M-4' ..-(..;..;..;..;..;....;..;..;..;..;..;.. X I. Old Wheat Flour i ! i ! Ask your grocer for a sack of Hunter's - Cream The flour from which REAL bread is made. ..H...., 4"H- "l""i"i" !'! Service Improved. During the past year a great improvement has been made in the mail service through here on the Frisco railroad. Now all 4 passenger trains carry mail, making two mails each way every day except Sunday. Nearly every towiialonR the Frisco can be reached the same day on these mails. Elgin, Fletcher and Cement all receive a lock pouch from Chickasha on the weat hound night train and a letter dropped into the' Elgin of fice at 3 p. m. will be sent to Chicksihaon the afternoon train and will he returned to Cement or Fletcher on the night train. Cyril doeB not get a lock pouch from Chickasha at night, so there is only one mail per day from here t...

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 August 1915

' r imti r- njsieaj .4 S rl f If IP r 7 l! . I! l , i ' fei : ELGIN. OKU, FARMERS CHA12PIO toTnTnm tws St 'TLUiLklkJiK' ' 'FANCY-WORK FEATURE box jackets quite plain I mussel mud as fertilizer 'little novelties out of the ordinary in needle art. Woitl Shews Sl-iple but Net Severe Eftct, sia Etprettet Dclsj vsutt-fuinen ma Gn:t. i,-,,...,,J,w, PROPER CARE OF THE LAWN Crass Pitt lut Neer Et Neglectes If m--., , te He a Pnptr Appearance, Ot cf tie dm! laporttat dctlrt ts the boa place tfcr't? tit rjsat: li tbe care o: tie laws There li acfliisg sbw:t i j4s.ce that makes t-o much for gestril attr tea testis i t ell cared lor ltrc liasy po;4e mike the auuke of keepisg tbe laws cs: tco Owe. 1 that case the fui rtots ire expor-e-s' to bet rca iad dryisg wiad durisg the tcaaer Cut tbe laws xresstatly. bst so act M-t tb atcUse toe cjete To keep ti laws iiKituc das at tJl Uses have a grats-cttcier Ltubatxt cs tbe zaoer A carefcj witch fw weeds ca tbe laws saotld I kept. Cut tiea out well belo...

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 August 1915

'' ' . ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION m faW CeMraf Mjrt i We have built up the biggest Roofinsr and Buildinsr Paper mills in the World by selling materials that last at reasonable prices. Certainteed Roofing Our CtrtaMttd Roofine li chin excel lent icrvice on ill cissies of buddings ill over the world In all kinds of climate. It it the roofing with a guarantee of 5, 10 and IS yean lor l, i or J ply respectively, amlltlshsckcdbrthercnoaaibllltrofourblg mllla. Try llcmce oull liur It tiln. For sale bydcalerseverjrwhsrest reasonable prices. raw ifclMlltKDffl SUMMER SPRAYING IS URGED THE CHARM OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Physi cal Health. VAST RICHES HIDDEN Wealth Brought to Light Only by Death. Among Pests to Combat Are Codling Moth, Plum and Apple Curcul' a and Tent Caterplllara. Geaeral Roofing Manafactariaf Co. Srlda fare ,af mmmttfnelnrtr 0 Roofing an4 Dutldlng 'ufwra HnrTsckCkT Celesta rtJas.MIe 5u U.li ImIm Cumins' fMwaafit) patrol! SaaFraackts riMila.Hl Mil HeaMsa Kaa.aaCil...

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 August 1915

LOIN, OK'LA. FARMERS CHAMPION 'i Bring Your Cream To E. STONE Stone buys the chickens fe V i H,i ! ;; IH !! 1 Mi i; 1i ii Farmers' Champion Wetoengel a.vd Sons Pub! Vs. Published Every Wednesday With this issue the Farmers CHAMriON completes its secord year in Elgin under the present management, though some said it Would be veiv short lived Stony Point, District 124. fields. IXDBPENDEXT IX POLITICS Elgin, August 1 1 Snared as second-cjiiss nisi- A womnn ,ore p a So,rsRoe. ter. December ord, H12, at tic . , f P . . . postoffice at Elgin. 0-Jaboma! buek "akPe " HRdtr the Act of March 3rd. 1579. a nr under herself. If she were the wife of a few chronic aoertisiwg rrtew kickers of this town.tiiere would DlipKiy ad. II 1 ifMit rr loci fit u, .u r i net monies, liurouatt f.Tra on " barges preferred against the Urre Wi All atfverUflcr aattK" run comn&nv or a rismr. eiiif tllH Mrs. M. A. Thralls left Tues da for a visit in Enid, going on to Missouri. Ui rt); -:n.i i j . . .. , ,. , ,w"l...

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 August 1915

T?c'Ite"Vi' " ,-. I f MS, m ) Fa rmers' Champion w M VOL.V ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1915 NO. 45 m Let Byrd & Wolcott Handle Your Cream Will pay 14cts for eggs Saturday: highest price paid for poultry Captain Knox Killed. About 8:30 o'clock Thursday morning Curtain George W. Knox, paymaster in the quarter master's department at Ft. Sill, was instantly killed when the aeroplane in which he and Lieut. R. B. Sutton were riding became! uncontrollable at a height of nearly 300 feet. Sutton was un conscious for a time but later re vived and it is thought he will live. The crew on the east bound Frisco freight were the first ones to report the news in Elgin They were switching at the Fort at the time and saw the two men drop. Thursday after noon a soldier wus in Elgin and gave further details of the acci dent. He said that before the accident the soldier boys wers nil anxious to take n'Bht but after it none cared to go!k Lieut. Sutton had takena ride in the same machine 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. — 18 August 1915

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION. I& r Jr y In V in (( n;MA-4y IP YOU visit Hongkong or Canton or Shanghai you will find thou sands o( pcoplo who spend their llvos from fir 10 last on water, lloth In Hongkong and Canton a population equal to that of a consider bto town lire on llttlo boats called sampans, and never by any chonco do theso water dwellers act foot on land If they can avoid It, tho Hongkong correspondent of tho Dundee Courlor wrltos. Nor can they gftt back (ulckly enough to their natlvu clement I' busl Boss should call thorn from It for a little time. They aro unhappy an land, ono can read It allko In their carriage and thclt faces. Kvcn tho tiniest of children dlsllko dry land. Hut see (hem aboard a rocking cockleshell of m boat, and, If you aro tender hearted, you have heart tremors tho first time or two. They aro ablo to do little morn than walk, yet they balance perilously on the narrow sldo of tho boat and perform feats that would (urn a whlto mother's hair gray In 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 August 1915

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION-, Mr - 8 4 FIRST AID. The patient writhed In the chair. Anger made htB face crimson, but the rubber dam In his mouth prevented ipecch. The dentist stepped quickly Into his laboratory and came back with a placard which he hung up on the nail blgh enough to be seen by tho patient In his semlrecumtietii position. On tho card were printed In bold typo half I dozen lines of profanity that fairly llnled. "Is that how you feel?" asked the ientlst, sympathetically. Tho patient nodded his bead. "Well, keep your eyes on tho card. I'll soon be through." Modern Bkndln. Passerby What are ou kids do- Ing? City Urchin Chlmmle's de prlte boy In do block at runnln' across de street In front of do autos, and to day he's going to do It wld 20 pounds of bricks and his kid brother on his back. Puck. Expensive Feathering. "Why do you keep such a heavy Cuard around your ostrich farm? No body would try to steal an OBtrlch." "No; but the boys around here are kind of tar and feathe...

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 August 1915

THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION Bring Your Cream To E. STONE Stone buys the chickens 'i u V Farmers' Champion' Whttengkl as' Sons Publ'h's. Published Erery We'. uy INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Elgin, August 18 on Aujjust 1, but it has been im- j Entered as second-class mat-ll'053'1'1'1 to find n word about it j ter, December 3rd. 11)12, at the! in either one of the Lawton dai poHtoflji'e at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1879. ADVERTISING RATEW Oliphty mis, 12 1 2ci'i)tii icr lucb foi each Insertion DhcoinitH eVnn flu large nils. All advcrtlsluy iiafflT run uptll paid nml orilerrd tnit StMldCltlPTlON One jc.ir .. , Six month ... .... .11.00 ..coc i Your subscription linn expired or !1! ."plre with thin issue If there ii eroii (X on the margin ouuusltu this QOtlca. a And one of the brethren says to let ub Btrive for a greater and purer democray in this county. Yes, sir, and the best place to begin is right at home. When a fellow who pretentb to be a Christian fights a candidate wh...

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