Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 19, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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Latest Information On Wheal;.
The Government report issiiwl July 8th. indicated a
tur wheat crop of 4rfJ) million bushels against 49 million
bushel Inst month ami a spring wheat pnxpeat at' 270 mil-
lion bushels against 2M million bushols iast month n total
of 75) million huhels or 4 I million bushels mora than wan
7. indicated by the .luno forecast.
X While tlin is 250 million bushels less than last vcir'n roe-
ord crop it exceeds any crop iftdiciUo.ii. except tnose of the
? Inst teio! years.
Tho funn reserves show about 74 million bushels against
I about 20 million hushuls last year.
i The visible nupi H' in the U. S in 41 1-2 millions apninst
'. 7 million bihe!t I r ye'is. The Canadian visible is 21 1-2
.j. millions BRinnsl 312 millions last jear.
'j. Should lb r.ierwn he i educed to those of aveintre vears
i tin- U.S. will hn ve a surplus for export of about 200.0ClU''ftbu.
X This in innif than was exported in any nno of the pnsr e-
leven ware ex jept 'hi- lst two yeats of M eros and the
umistml foreign demand caused bv the wr in L irope.
$ Bl'ick rust in Northern wheat crops hs advanced prices
X log mid the market lias been near that lvl fui sever! days
j; Lot us bid on your wheat whenever you arc leady to sell.
j: H. G. Smith Mgr.
...i..vA.t j.t.-.-i'iii; . 4. .:.o-y4-fc W--v-i-'v" ----- 4-'--i-4-- ' '
Too lato for last wei k.
Hnvitii.'- some hot w ahcr now;
need lain too.
Mr. and Mi-s. B. I'. Htrrel
danrhte ri Ada a. '1 Mm. Deli
S eidyvin went to Ld'Viou
Wednesday ifiernoun; ato wont
U H1;. Sid f ns lay.
Mrs. Maiia Sk0"l nA Aon
Ji'hii went to Lawrvn Hut Tui
!v mil ataved tunil Saoda)
Wh hr- daughter Mo. G. L.
F. R. KitsurfJlet- asol wifo Wfnf
i.nu'if.n liar w-i.k tn initf.iP7iea in tnw wa-K tnan nv are
Koine di'tita woik Ane.
t he sa-k list I r thi pwjrt. week
Mir. Skseol hrs !. ''aol'nc
e rn lo l.aux r-r i Ju- pnat Weeic. j jt mukes JM-;t. n mush diff-r-
two loud a dm ; Ut about 1i)(Mnq with ehiakens no to. nrofits
liahel en hand ?t to swll but
the i KomiT to wait until It
Mi.ss nrnc.' Banh staved nil
night with Mrs Dolly Batiffh
A. 15 Cotmrd and wife and
jjirl upeot Sonday at the home
of r P. Lamb.
Mrs. Anderson's hnbv died last
week of Summer Complaint.
J. A Edward's hnv was kicked
hv a horse Wodnesday morninir
hreeking his leg. lie will rmnin i
ilt thf LlUV'ton hospital for tWllJ
or three weeks.
Mrs. T. lr Harney has bn on
the sick list for the past week.
Mib. Murie tikaeel has leased
both of hur farms for oil. They
promised thv would drill on lint'
place as they think that they ran
got oil there
It ia ahust time for Picotn
Threo weeks from last Sonday
morning was the Inst rain in this
. locslity. which ii a lonr time fdr
Okluboma at this time of the
year but the crops are h ildinji
nut lemarkably wh considering
the chance thoy have.
ClIAMNON du pret results.
It May Not
Hut we are dill here at tho came o'.d tat:d
selling the best of groceries a'.ioiia dry ycodo
cummer undervoar and fancy goods at prices
uo rcaconablc ns can bs found unywhorc.
ELGIN .MER. CO.
REMEMBER WS CARRY STAR PRAKD SHOES
C. R Dmart ctii't d-nn-iL.ioa
aunt will b in Klin
n't; SitnHiiy atrrnon t
d' foim cap miziisr oiinon-i
stratiou work on th ' RirptB a d
to jjr."n iota ;i;mn alnnirtlnt lir1
to anv one wrto wishes to ndt imsii-j' "veiith innin. One i' t'i
tio ojir .ti .id. Any ot.o wlio
1hwci)c4niirt weU'intj? fi im or.ilCampii on first bise win then
ind iii hif tn t'? i nwihR md
wbijjB'l to hart tiii'tn 4piiiZid
!' onn. tr"ni )i t thevtoh did nut nuve niri toot on tii
shjisl i b px-tn! p for 21 hour? i bfie. th uj:b so-n men who tqii
lor mrit and oc trt froij ctid. j by Mrt b.vie wH thv kvt pni.
Pm-M sn . tld os nnw iiter. iM'voly mat lie did. 'i ma inayyr
'T'l v won' 1 not '. ii '.k of r dsin
u lunch of m'lle eilvs and no'
intake Bteart of rtotn. 'ir a drove
intake Btears of wotn 'ir a drovr
;lf oi il p"- an J not nu ;e bar-
1 rows of thent
nnd th-t Urn- will s.v i l new
i wnen inst as tnueh alcn'ioh will
be ixk'an lot'ialineof w ri w ct; Kujs.b It; Uvodd p; .M.'tcnt.il
the.n as with hoi ses cattle or'1-'-
G. I. Oonart the county iiem-
onstration aijent will be hero
next Tuesday evening to hold a
meeting for the purpose of or-
ganizing a Kirirt i eluo
'PKr .if rli Ilia nfV.ii U .1 i.'til&r.f thi 1
1(i 'lia9 beB'n oivm zod at Cot.
tr.rnnH unrt jnni..ff r ft .inlanil
Tne purposu of t'l or: na'J.
tiuii is to discuss air.rjsci of in-
terest to the farmis and to d-
velop a cp-opertio i iliat will!
prove beneficial to all of them. I jt R report m! that a bslt frame
Various commitifjs will b?ay 'between ttu E xln att.5 Wetehflr
pointed under the foi owing head- juni jr eann t .s b .'p uiittnel
ings: farm piorliti.i'. market-1 ior Elijiii hcxt Su.cALy atlor-
ing. transportat.on irrl e nrimnti- nuOn.
ication education and ajnuation
reureati ni arnl bjuutilic4tien.
Rvrv farmer i.i Ihifi commun-
ity should b int.-'i'Oted in this
vork to build oi th se toine;
that pertain to iura' life hhow
voiir interest by buift present
next Tued'tv eventtijr antl ..r
injC what Mr. Djnart bts to bay.
Subscribe foi tho FAR'UBa'B
Cau?io and git nil tho local
ELGIN OKLAHOMA vVD.uUAY JULY 19 ISiS
Ths 'I ide turned
The VHture baseSall to-irji
phoned Kn lav thut Uifv tjmiln
not jitav the Klfln team on Sat-
urday ro a Kme was mulched j
once - ith Rjah Snrinirg to l)$
played on the local diamond.
The irune was tho most exsit;
inir irftui" plntd heru thin year
and was all in Kita'a favor dai1
in in tirs- i.ix inninjri. It wim
leaidod t piay a sev-n intiinn
Fame lmt Ihn oeovfi -.vu4 a tit; ni
the end of the seventh and one
i novo initio had to be played.
&:rm made one vj ira m h
flrul Inr.'m. Ihrun in tlm fiftli in
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(ni.iir and no in the sixiti. Ph
vixitoii did not make a h'iirIo
scare ducf nr "i ' ftrtt ix inniniri
i and "ol lviiooco lirst te onae.-
Then 'he t'd tornd in tne sev-
crih wild) utir.ii uia i.' iivuucoiei
ud Citn tiuH-. n.ukicithoaorc'''""'t:'"'. f'HWimjr. W. W.
levvn In th- .iK-.iin the visitor1 Mrnnsiuu: a'lverttsinir. ti i'. wei-
mmli' two nnn B.in none ciosiii!1 tMi rl. arnnirpmenrs and nvtn
tli.; gaiiio t to o in lavor of Ku.-ta
The Kkin tenn had two reffu-
lr pUvntH hbeent Hiiruh and
'YMtes and ouu tuooiiiuri
were not in uonuition o piar.
he pili:!i : iti hit left
hand eripplod and mil hl.s hitting
with one h.id. ii..e.i then lie
knocked a two hnpjfer onceoiTof
(rl p:t?!lT 3'1(i
:t tnutaer lime nearly made lirsi.
With nil these handicaps the
hoys lost the gime tlirouirh u
faulty d.'ciaion of the umpire in
Umh ul.ii i struck a jjrounder to
threw th ha' I N soother baao
bat tb- ii.in ch'itn 1 thst fomp-
""0 oiiifi- puivm to make a si no
h 'vinrto put out four moo in
'" .'ii. wniMuni Me yom
. would luv' closed fi to !! in tavor
of ''" "l ue end ol tlu i t.i m-
"-' ". o'rnim4ai t.e "ante
Elrrin playors wore comp-
I . D Hauh Sn; W le tt
Haub ss; Hrown rt; Pnoa
R-nh yprings S. Railey. War-
sham Si.npaon. Stewai t Harper
Kvans P. Bailey MiHutr rry-
mau. Ho In Illinois
Word re-jeived from relative in
Mm is at .ics that it in extremely
warm ther." and also dry so Qk-
Iwboiua is in-1 tha ojiK place that
is "hlesef.d" with thej climatic
Content at IS. Stone's.
U. A H.MrellJ7.Vi3 votea
0. IS Sjlhri MI.-IOj votes.
Two highest in content. (;.dv
108 in the shade today.
Town Estimate Elgin Okla.
At a meeting of tho Hoaid of
'Trub!es of the Town of ISlgin
. ('outiiv of Comanche SUi'o of
I Oklahoma held on Hie first Mon-
'dav in .in I v l!)lfi the follow in;
itemised e-timaio for current ex-
pciisph of said nmnicipnlitv tor
the fiscal year licijinMiig T til v 1.
A i lUio aua emiin r June no i:ui.
cf)'vf3 adopted and approved and''
liiideren pub ished lu tho higln
; Faomh s Cham'moh a newsp i-
$ i per published and of general eir-
OJ dilation in n.dd Town to-wit:
) General Fund SG&U
W. W. Drunsklll Pies.
A. L. ''.oberts Cleric.
Jne. FitBgerald Trtasurdr.
Fesh Beef On Sale
All the timo at
Hi'? Street Fair
At thi mp'MrMT of Hlnin lmi-
nei! iumi .it WoilnPhdav uftr-
north it wms decided to hold n h':
itrcet fnr two qn 'rnur-.diiv.
frid y and Saturday. Sept. 7 K
And wlion it ia leferrcd to
as a -liif Htreet fair n'l u meant
that ia said though a tnvd utit-
Iiiht Ttinmnses have to be MiowVd
Tlir' yr'Hii ntfn somt of tln
doubters Bind Kipin wouldn't have
a 4th of July cdebration Inr
many of those who atlonded thu'
event hor ssid thy never wei'
to a botti r one. Last yeir some
of tho doubter thought th"
pon'ir show would Ik? a faKo.
b'H w'te shown hetier
At the tnpetin" V- Ines hv tho
foloin e itnmittees wefiip-
puiftioJ to take c'rirue of tlv
avement II. r. Uosae'ier A
Tii'ine.H. 1'. 'I. iJennHtt; eon-
roso'oti'j. II. P. lloHicker nod A
1 1. Roberts; Womun's exposition.
Mesilnmei Rosnckar ard Fit?.
Aeeoi'ilinir to present plnns
tliif vid be s'jwnkiiiK every da v
a hHseb'ill game everv day and n
comnlefj program of iimuRemontp
overv '. 'V fo lb to will ho some-
t'limr doinir for overybody all
the utivj ditrin the entire three
days. Prizes will be given foi
the farm exhibits.
T'lis uauer in in receipt of a
contributed article headed "Pros-
peril v vs. Atitoinjli!ns"und siirn
fd "A I'anner" which in held
over till r'"Xt iss-ip for lack of
I'spHce arid u w in this issue.
Tber is cnnsfifwrabln Inforoia-
Hon Jn tje
I Rl.or0ij Q
j cHutfve to
Hon in the advertisement of the
ovator in this it.sue
the w'leit yield niu'
itippi lht is or intiv8t to any
one vho mue? that crop.
Wesdnasday Elcin Markcto
ICufir per bu. thrushud (W
Groam j 24
Hotm 11 to 12
Report of tho Condition of the
BANK OF ISLGIN
of Elgin. Okla . at the close of
business June 30. 1910.
Loans nnd discounts !J5(U7.9C
Overdrafts aecurud and
unsecured . ... "127. 8i
Securities with Bankingr
Stocks Bondu War-
rants e:c 6000
liank and Fixturos . . 1050. U0
Due fiom Banks and
Cash in Bank 0588.61!
Capilftl Stock Surplus
and Undivided Profits .7.74C.20
Iudividiird Deposits Sub-
ject Chock 25485.07
Time Certificates of
Deposit 0205. (55 1
Cubhier'a Checks Out-
standing . . .350 45
Dills Payable 5.000.00
i total ui.YSo.::
State of Oklahoma. County of
CoiiiriicIio ss: I. A. L. Roberts.
Cashier of the above named
Hunk do solemnly swear that the
abova statement i'h true to the
bent of my knowledge aiHl belief
so help me God.
A. L. R0UERT3 Cashier.
W. W. Brtinskill
IJ. M. Rrunskill
Badger Lumber Co.
When in need of Lumber
Hardware or anything in
the building Iinecall on us.
We have the quality and
the PRICE is RIGHT.
Our fair treatment speaks
T. R. BENNETT Mgr.
Huston Attnway died at hi.s
home 's Muskogee Saturda
morning . fler an illness of se-
eral weuks caused by typhoid fe-
ver and pneumonia. The re-
mains were shipped to Fletcher
where the funeial was conducted
in an arbor Sunday afternoon bv
P.M-. FJ. M. Nelson of Walters in
the presence of a large crowd of
mrroving friend i an! relatives
interment in the Fletcher ceme-
tery. Deceased w.i3 a son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. It Altaway of near Sterl-
ing and was 20 veus of a -re.
His father was at Iws hedBido fin
three wuku before be died lie
was an energetic young single
man and bold the position of as-
.sUtiuit claim agn for til0 is-e'j'-i
nal nir.'Ctm and character wai
ihn'vo by tho fact that he car-
lied ?4 000 life insurance made
in favor ot hid fatliae.
Demonstration on eipoaizing
Elgin Saturday July 21
Fanners' club meeting Elgin
ruosd.ty July 25.
Picoda picnic Julv 25 to 2S.
OKI Settlors mueting at Ilulen
July 2S and 20.
State primaries Tuesday Aug.
Ohatttaiiqur Hydro openn on
Lawton celebration Aug. 7 to!).
Watermelon carnival at Cement
ncust 10 to 12
Ifilein street fair Thursday to
Saturday. Sept. 7 to !).
Ififgin school opens Sept. II.
State fair Sept. 2U to 30.
KLnn poultry show Thursday
to Saturday Dec. 7 to )
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- Will soon be over and you will begrln
figuring on that now house or barn or
jranary that you aro jcinp; to build.
We hove in stock a full line of building lumber
which ia suitable for buildinc anything you wUh.
iD. E. McAnaw
On The Elgin Routes.
II. M. Fulbright of route 3
has rold his Ford car antl pur-
chased a Maxwell.
Mis3 Anniq King who hat
boon in Oklahoma City for some
timn is visiting home folks o
Miss Altha Howard of Letitia
has been visiting the past week
with Mij3 Dorothy Hasenbeck of
Patrons along route 2 hav
been very busy during the pat
week making hny.
Lo Bills of Oklahoma City vis
ited ovur Sunday at the home of
W. Htiaenbeck on route 3.
Ml. Addlb Klnftr of rtn4'2 is
visiting friends at Noeons Tex.
Mrs. T.I. L. Huggard of Marlow
is viaiting at the homo of her
sister Mrs. G. W. Stinnett on
T. E. Smith of route A hae
taken unto himself a wife Mrs.
Florence Speer of Lindsey.
Miss Augusta McCourtney ef
Marlow is visiting at the hom of
her grandparents C. S. Walling
and wife on route 3.
Otto Sims and family of rout
3 have been visiting relatives ftt
Apache this week.
To Flay At Picoda.
The Elgin ball team has leased
the bull ground at the Picoda
picnic which will be held four
dtys from Tuesday until Frid.ir
of next week and will play ball
th"ro each afternoon during the
On Tuesday tho first day they
will play the Ft. Sill Indians and
for the other three days they are
trying to get games with such
teams as Apache Anadnrko Law
(ton.Chickasha.nnd Rush Springs.
.f. . k(. - . .J - '
and Sumac Cane Seed
75c per buchel.
2 l-2c lb.
J. N. BALLOLTS
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Wettengel & Sons. Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 19, 1916, newspaper, July 19, 1916; Elgin, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69669/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.