Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 13, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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oSc "sr5 adsunisicred. Froa
i-Kit the rniay goi things
is prescier said aad quoted.
ire dip .fce fofio'priii?:
; "A Tcza who ticarh '7
Eiih the aSaixs of S12.Z& tzi . i
for fJ-" so mecitsdoa a-a
tae "wrord of God is an honor to
aay nation. Scch a niaa I be-
. iitTe "are hare todar as Presi-
'destoftfae United States. Hp.
is ray President and yours; and
as scch every mat vronian and
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oo i say i o:iieTe we nave sncn j
Rer. W 5L E5da AM
at for 15U ss ao-a- nay.
or tia pccUM- leir &o ever
rciztei. Its rihie fcss bee
occe tts ever proves by re-'
nariiiw fal5H6is of hs stesa ;
areitirsr sad tertbqake fore-
carts tMsver- Professor Hicks '
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lau to sa 3ac tor ins m3 ai-j
r'Ji or sly $! for bis spfcnd-1
id MAgadee od Akranac one
year. "Tbe best o:e doDar in-J
Testnea pcaKe in any home
or basiress. Sesd to Word
and Works Pab&bisc Company.
S401 Franklin Ave.. St. Loois. j
Ma (Advt) .
M. . Ckarch Services
Sunday School every Sunday
mominc. at 105 o'dock. ;
Mbs. R. C. Choexs j
For Next Attorney Geaeral
JOHN A. FAJN
Lavrton. ... . Oklabocia
M NNr i NN i f
A "Live-Wire" Trio
Preaching at 11 KO a. m. and
m. Sancay. ilarch 30th.
W. C Roberts
a man in the- White Ho-jse?
n to him as he jpeals
" 'So great nation can survive? Richard Township Notice
lS5.0?l winpteUons ad its. own iIoney now in trezsn
loiues lea- coes noi lnaoctnnaie rt n o? n f ;
ClUUiUK W. OA. I
$3.00 HaU for $2.25
$230 HaU for $1.75
$130 HaU for $1.00
If you are looking
for Bargains in Shoes
give us a call :.'
See Our Line of Low Cut Shoes
Our Complete Line of
o c e r i e s
Await Your Needs
Prices are Low & Goods the Best
G. W. TEMPLE
its children in the word of God;
so that as schoolmaster and as ;
wreoor i kmw uai my ii.Treasarer of Richard township
must re?t upon this foundation ' v
and upon this foundation only;
(21-22 C. M. Walcott
We see by the Lawon papers
that John il. toung Uemocratic for the righteousness of men!
State Committeeman; and John mibt take its source from these !
N. Shepler. editor of the Lawtonioa ndations of inspiration.
yiUUlKlilS AlliCil V. Ill
spirit and integ-
purpose such as never
have been called for before in
the history of this country. I
if I did not believe that there!
Dr. J. F. GAMBLE !
Elgin - -' Okl.homa2
(Day or Night) U
'Phone 3 shorts on 9
C nnefif ? Viotr vatiim&l Tnm t X IlCi C
Voeliififprtn lir ithAVA IriAt . . "
.iMHiiiRWM vii "": "C' nty 01
went to see President Wilson in-
aujmratofl. White thnrp. thfv
visited manv of the imnortant should be afraid to go forward L-wton - - Oklahoma
riiiiijri m i n r tr ! ii'riii ic: Tnr i ti ii
. i i It. tin..." it i J lay at the foundation of all our' Special Attention to Surgery
luia.u me wime nuue. ai schooling and thought the in-
the latter place they and Col. ! comparable and impeachable!
bneed with quite a number onword of God.
DR. D. A. MYERS
'Phone 575 and 123
"TnHm aeffi ho rloJivarJr?
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at Denver an address on the DR. JERRY ASHLEY
Bible which is a classic. Hehas!rff. ... vatia un
lately declared that the church " calls Axawrarn
Oklahomans were introduced to
the President by Senator Gore.
r rom wnat we Know oi tms .Law- r j i i .. T "iv L J.
. . . . .. t lately declared that the church
tnn rrin wo unit friiariintoa fhot - ... !
' " "" ." -- nas oetore it me greatest tasK D vy
they were equal to all occasions 1 0f any organization in society I Fletcher -
hiiu uiu nonor 10 uiemseives ' aim uwi &ucit:i vni ukik in n -r--r---r-r L
their home and State. Another f for the final solution of all prob- Dr. H Jacobi
thing we will venture that they lemJ Th" meani far morf. to r F N T f S T
.... r. U3 than we can lust now realize r u c. n i 1 o I
made a lot oi good medicine. . u vM uf ! :.:. ofTri0f.v.or . . m-inn
---- - iri iififr'iri n i"i nj-i.in.rLrL
U3 than we can just now realize
Ho has caught tho vision nnt as Fletcher.
so to speak while there which - a politician but a. a man of God. i Office: Fletcher Hotel
properly administered will be ; I read in his inaugural address. ; Will be absent even 3rd Fridav
beneficial to this part of th a"d 1 sa' you that it is pathet-' afternoon and Saturdays of the
.;-o Ac f-t.tT-r k-rf.-.ic yet resolute and firm. Listen month
" ' oc rua cnooL'a
will pit these "live m' u " u..w f--
any other three ' industrial n-hiev?mpnt!. hut xp
men in the State. They know have not hitherto stopped
just what buttons to touch and thoughtfully to count the human
just the logical moment to press cost-the cost of lives snuffed
them Thevarn noble nrinh-.?ut' of enere5 overtaxed and
uiem. inej are nooie pnnteij Lt.n ya v-ri -u.-:--i j
fellows and well deserve all the nirifil m5t tn th '-.. -nri
enjoyment and information they
were able to get out of their vis-
it to the Nation's Capital. The
writer was there for two weeks
this time last year and can truly
comprehend what such a visit to
Washington means for such men. ! life without weakening or
timentanzing it. Justice
women upon whom the dead
weight and burden of it all has
fallen pitilessly through the
years. Our duty is to correct
the evi! without impairing the
good; to purify and humanize
every process of our common
The Old Reliable
Just to show that we are not
like the hind wheels of a wagoi...
following in the ruts we invite
your attention to a few prices:
For a short time we will sell you for cash
the very best standard of
Corn per can 5c
Tomatoes pe" -an - 10c
Pumpkin per can - 10c
Kraut per can 10c
Hominy per can - 10c
BeeU per can - 10c
Sweet Potatoes per can - -10c
Onion Sets per quart 5c
These prices will continue for one week
and perhaps longer if the goods last.
Don't forget that we are
making special prices on
International Stock Food
Remember we carry Star Brand
Shoes Because They Are Better
Measures taken for Clothes made better and
cheaper than any of your hand-me-down suits
L. C. COFFIN
Will be on sale daily
March 15th to April
only shall be our
A Good Selection
We are proud to learn that in-! J u s i cf
toxicating liquors of all kinds i mott0'
are banished from the White!
House for the next four years at
least. President Wilson and
hi3 family not only taboo the
curse but we understand near-
ly all. if not entirely all of the
members of the Cabinet are te-
totaler3. Thi3 is an example of
the highest character and adds
much dignity and confidence in
the White House Then again
a large per cent of the member- snouid go to a confederate vet
of Congress in both the Lower eran and Sneed won out."
and Upper Houses "touch not A better selection could not
and taste not" There is now have ieen mde than CoL R. A.
hope of this great country be-ine He is well known in this
coming sublimely greater in all ' P1 of the State as a typical
the higher endeavors for the "Southern gentleman of the high- j
betterment of mankind. esi integrity. He will fill the
e ' position with honor to himself j i
The Kansas CJtv T1ms tnW and thoco rsTmnhte fnr Tti .
tVlP fmth ar J-.Jt o t-in'nnWr. lcfirn I
A special from Washington
under date of March 10th says:
"The Oklahoma delegation in
Congress has as a whole justly
formally indorsed R. A. Sneed ' j
of Lawton for the position as '
Superintendent of the Piatt T
National Park by resolution. It A
agreed that the position i T
square on the fcead when it said:
O! f Dt. ..r
every geeat thought
'The proposed 'rehabilitation' of?
me nepuoucan party remind3 . a j x
one of the man whn t a r- lOYZ; and property directedrl Z
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pi snoes xo menaea. WelL'.eaid . ""gnworce is tar more pow-j
points in :: :: ::
W a s h i ngton
offer you splendid
lighted train service.
-j. and famous Fred
X Harvey meal service
y all the way. Those
? who know most
x about train service
travel most via Fris-
co Lines. See the
neatest Frisco Agent
schedules and train
service or write the
undersigned. :: :: j
C. 0. Jackson
Frisco lines ;
McAllester Lump and
Washed Nut Coal
National Stoves and
American Woven Wire
Bois D'Arc Posts
T. R. Bennett Mgr.
Thretbes and Grinds Kafir Corn
FRIDAYS M SATURDAYS OF EACH WEEK
areinaj tnan ail tee combined ann-
i and navks of the world.
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Soule, J. S. Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 13, 1913, newspaper, March 13, 1913; Elgin, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69493/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.