Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 17, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ELOIM FARMERS CHAMPION
E. STONE IS BUYING CREAM
We hit (ooitanltr en
hand I larie B'irab r oil
llvhll med and acenna-t
hand nlaDoe of all atandard
cnekM. The abotA are a (cW
ample bargains bend lor cur
Itteei complete eecooa-oauu
FamoiM SwMt Toned
Direct From Oar Factory
Will Sate Yea $100 or More
AUR BIf Offer is to tend you for
v 30 days' free trial in your home
direct imm our faeiory tlicrcby sav-
ing you JIOO.OO or more.
Wc require ao aajacat b ad"-
anee. You are not asked to tie
up your money in any way. All
you do Is to take the piano Into
your home for 30 rlajt free trial
where you test it and try it in
your own way.
At the end of 10 darn you decide
whether the rhino li lull tlie one
fouwant. II II Is.you keep It par-
Ine our low factory lu home pricre
In nnr mi till lu lull ou. II. tor anr
.rcarn. It Jofi rot prntc lo be up
to ycur cTpccttll' ns In eteryway
nd tho hniil dIjiio Tou have etcr
ci n Irr the money ytu way end
Guaranteed 2S Years
You will be delighted with the
sweetness txiritv nd nowerof the
tone of the Starck Piano. You wil I he
pleated rlth Ha brant? and the finencta of Ira
construction. Kacbfatcrck Piano iseocarefull?
made that It la iruarantenl tor 25 rcirs. '1 hla
Eeraatee mone something; beciu-e It hat
Celebrate Starck Player-Pisaa
Tliis wonderful Instrument mates
musicians of us all. The Starck Player-
Piano is rich-toned easy to operate
nd table. It baa many eicluMtc up to-
di .nrrt that make It luit the Instrument
Ton need la your bom. Our direct from jc-
torf -prices ate low. and we will take your old
Free Mtuk Lessons
To eterr purchater of Starck Pianos we aire
free 90 ranale leasons.ln one et the best known
tcnoola is Chicago You lake Ihrao lessons In
your we bone by nail and a lull year'a
aatrnKtioa It olered.
f. A. STARCK PIANO CO.
It bark and in that aetnt sea will
pajr ibe ireient Dotn ways.
You nrcnot asked to pay
any each d' wn but alter W
Cays cl Irhl you can be cm
iermaeTcrsugk'CSlrd bya piano
pnrncnton tho lowtit eaiint
lermt arc armmrrd lo
suit yodr convenlmcr
nd tou can buy a piano
for tout hnror. without
niissini the money.
Piano Book Coupon
l A. Stuck Nana Ca.
lWU Starck .BlaV CUcata
flaaaa tend ne wtrhout obligation en my
rtrrl. romnlrte Illustrated Dlarb bonlc anJ fTill
Information concerning factolto-lwnie prltca
ana easy payment terms.
Stmt Na.tr lt.r.D
ANNflUNGEMEH T S
The Farmer.?' Chnmnion is Inde
pendent in politicn hut tho politirul
.innounecracnU of candidates of nil '
political parties will bo run just the
unme as nny other advertising when
paid for nt the regular rates and
marked "Political Advertisement." No
candidate's mime will he mentioned in
this paper ns it candidate unless ho
pays for the space used mm it is mam-
ed nn nhovc stntcil. The following
rates nro pnynblo ill udvnnve:
County Offices $5.00.
County Subdivisions SIUiO. t
The Fanners' Chninpion is nutlSor-
izetl to announce thj"--u mon as candi
dates for county of fires fjujct to
tho primaries in Augutit.
Subject Democratic Primary.
W. P. (PIK) riV.RCB.
For County Clerk
SANDY W. GilBGORY.
For County Atioraey
JOE 3. Rll INE FORT.
For Court Clark-
II J ilURPHY.
CLIFTON W. SIMPSON.
CHARLES C. BLACK.
For County CornmiiBioncr
VV. C. NICKELL.
E. n. GUITGORY.
C. A. DUNHAM
Subject Repubiiccn Primary.
THOS. RICHARDSON. .
Local Newt hems
w : m i
For Sftlo Three sows and pigs:
call ou VV. G. Sortels:
Hiram Quiley- went to Chick-
aha the first of the week on
W. W. Rrunskill wn a panpn-
er to Oklahoma City Tuesday on
C. A. Wolcott of Guthrie cama
Mnnriny ni'i;lit for a visit with
Clyde Merriman is on the sick
Hat with strong symptoms 6f ty-
A. J. Barnes and wife went to
Oklnhomn City Tuesday where
they expect to reside.
tors. C. A. Wolcott of Guthrie
enme last Wednfsday nicht for
n visit at the home of her three
Mrs. E. A. Gillcopin returned
Friday from Oklahoma City
where she had three small tumors
.Tn S. Rhlnofort of Law ton
enndidnto for county Attorney
wni prilling on the voters here
Cotton - - - School
Gonducted by Mr. L. A. Keaaedy n sottoa
sicpert of Sunset Texas in coanectioa wltk
the Metropolitan Commercial College.
A Cotton School will be conducted at Lawtea Ok
la. beginning June 12th and continuing six weeks
The following is an outline of
showing how comprehensively he
1. CoUon Classing.
Method of fltrurititx avcrajos.
Bills of Lodintf.
Comprccsinff Routing etc.
the branches tanght
handles his sobjtjet.
T. 0. Miller and wife loft Tups-
day mornlnp; for Gul!hrif where
she will undergo an nueration at
the Methodist hospital.
l I C3 l 13 C3 f I "1" I av rV I iu..j L.
school for the six weeks. At the end of that tlsss If you I
aro not eomplotely satisflad that you have speat your tints I
and money well yoar money w be refunded. Could you I
ask for a fairer propositloa? Then eomo for it is aa op- I
nrit-ttmltw nt a ll'Atinsai
For information regarding enrollments address
W. G. ELLIS
Bert Greer came in Friday
from Lawton for u short stay.
WETTENGEL & SONS
BD.TOM AND rUnUSIIURaJ.
Pabefched Erery Wednoadny
nrmtraiDKrr in poltpics
Elgin Mc-y 17
Entered as seamd-clnna mat
avaerti. .'etof March 8nL 1879.
many other schools around have
it. The bulltlini wa cnUrdct-
od with that object in view then
why not make use of It? By
thU ineans pupils enn be sunt to
school at horns und the commun-
ity be benefitttd by it.
Soma mny oppose this on the
ground thut they did not huvc a
four-year course when they had
children to send. For the same
reason they could oppose auto-
tar; QoAxitecJird 1JJ5 at the
pvtiuMktf St ltyn Okfahrjitxt mobiles telephones pianos nelf
Two Needed Things.
i ninuersanti iiiouko Dfc.-nne moir
I fathers and Rraud fathers did not
Ai tht time for school to close I This is a prouresnive oko and
it about hare and the time for 'it is of little use to oppose i.ll the
the anaual school neetintr soon I mndnrn imnrovemcts and con-
will be hers it mav not be out
of place to mention some things
that ws fesl would be for the
school's interest for the coming
la the first plaio sehoot should
begin the first Monday in Sep-
tember instead ef October. Af-
ter tho pupils have been out of
school for a few months they are
anxious to get back in school u-
gain and will start Sopt 1 just
as well ns Oct 1. School would
then he out one month earlier in
the spring or in timo to let tho
pupils help make warden und do
voniences because they did not
huve them in our day.
will wotk for tho fur''
benefit if they will'only
the roosters. Sumo fur-
think that if they keep tITe
in the collnr and murk&i
often that it is no nued 'to
infertile eggs. Rut those
same eggs cannot be on the road
one day in shipment in the hot
sun without incubation setting
Now let the farmers gal busy
and be ready to guarantee their
egga infertile. The merchant.
then can handle them and pny i:
good price for them. A rooster
running nt largu during the sum-
mer months does Inure duiuagc
than a rattle snuke.
Clyde Merrymrn prd hi sister-in-law
Mrs. Hf.tM Ntt'son
vent to Ohlihnma City todnv
whore ho will tako troatmint in
J. II. Abbott was transacting
budirii'ss in Liwton Thursday.
Jessie Cresaer took sick
Mrs. M. J. Brszlo
Russell Roberta of Lawton vns
horn Tuesdny visiting hla broth-
er A. L. Roberts.
Mr. nfnd Mrs. L. C. Griffin left
Monday afternoon for Tua to
uttind the annual G. A. Rmt!ct'
inn. Mm. J. Fitiffrald is in
charge of the store during their son was sick
Dr. J. F- Gntnble was sallod to
Lnwton Tusday by a messarjo
stating that Mrs Titos. Richard-
Advertise in tho Champion.
Joha Cost an.1 family were cal-
lers iu Fletcher Sunday.
On May 20.
In the state of Missouri May
20 which Is Saturday of this
week' has been set as the day to
swat the rooster which means
that all main birds to ho kept o-
ver fur next spring shall be pen-
ned up and those not to be used
next year fire to bo sold. This is
done to insure infertile eggs dur-
ing the summer months.
If tho roostern and hens ore
the other spring work about the separated on May 20 it will be
homes. Tho last month intho- June 5 before all tho fertilized
spring is a much busier time' egps willbe laid and the eggs bt-
tiian September. otrictly infertile for summer use.
The old ssying. "The earlv If nil the farmnM unii rthmoul.
geta tho worm" is also true I trv raisers will do this eatrs will
Many of the town be selling for from 8 to 13 cents
Mrs.R. R. Farmer has been on
tho sick list for sevoral days.
Mrs. H. A. Stanley and child
of Drexel Mo. are here visiting
her mother Mrs. M. J. Brazle
and other relatives. They ex-
pect to locate here and her hus-
band will come later.
Harold Putney Ernest Kits-
miller Ruel Wolcott and W-tldo
Wettengel went to Fletcher Mon-
day night expecting to attend the
eomtnoncement exercists but
learned they are to bo given next
Little Gwendolyn Stone was on
the biel: list last week.
Mrs. W.W.Brunskill was tran-
sactlat? business in Oklahoava
City Monday. - '
J. H. Willhite and Miss Cora
Ra were ' among tho busiaets
callers in Lawton Eaturday.
W. VY. Bransktll wife and son
Mollis Mrs. J. Fitzgerald nnrf
Fay Wolcott autoed to Lawton on
tlvorn of Sterling was
caller here Saturday.
Mrh ij C.McIntyro of Law-
ton is visiting at the home ot iici
daughter Mrs. J. F. Bnllou.
Mrs. Mae Hindman has nppen-
tlieitis tit the home of ror sister
Mrs. R. A. Harrel whuro bin
was visit ng.
in this case.
schools around us start in Sep-
tember aad so should Elgin.
Some from the country who wish
to eater sehool Sept 1 will nat-
urally go to the school that
starts then. Elgin should not
give other school oue month the
Duriag tho past three yesrs
school has commenced Oct. 1 on
tht theory that there Is cottoa to
piek during September. But all
cas easily recall that mighty
fow bales of cottoa have boon
pickod duriag September of the
last throe yosrs.
Another thing which Elgin
oece hi a four-year Mob srhnoi
per i more than the fertile
eggt lit ell for.
An order wns rocontly put into
effect that nny merchant who
ships eggs whoroin mure than
five per cent of them are bad is
guilty of violating the pure food
law and subject to a fine Now
are the merchants going to ship
tho bad eggs secured from the
farmers and take ohanees on
fine or will they refuse to buy
eggs at any price? One Elgin
merchant said the only thing
they could do was to rofuso to
This being the sase it is up. to
the farmers to do er.-..-M. r-
C. A. Dunham of Zella town
ship candiduto for county com
missinner of this district wnt-
calling oa the voters here Saturday.
A. L. RoberlP A P. Harney
W. F. Wolcott Mrs. iluttio Nel-
son and Miss Haley Richardsoi
were callers in Lawton Moiida)
Rev. and Mm. 'H. H. Mesker
autoed to Lawton Tuesday and
from thero ha took Dh. Sapt.
Collins to Hulon to hold quarter-
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