Farmers Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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We Have one consolation -- the EiackerswonenmIamonclra
ELGIN. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY NOVKMKtiU ". 1921
I Value of a Bank Book
Q. IE. Horrifi' Sale.
"A wellworn savings bank bonk showing syteniiit-
ic iinrl frciicul deposits is the best remininend.lioti i
young man ran present linn applying for n pnsilion of
trust. It is rot only an evidence of tin ift but shows a
delei initiation to live on less than be mkc- which in
the lst analysis is the ro.ul to a competence. Recom-
mendations ami influence of fi tends of the applicant
face jntd insignificance with ibe employer Inn com-
pared to the aliovc inentionoil characteristics"
I "NO DEPOSITOR HAS EVER LOST A DOLLAR IN A
STATE BANK IN OKLAHOMA."
I Bank Of Elgin
1 A STATE BANK ELGIN OKLA
K. Morris who dues one
east aiwl i) south of Hlgin
has decided lo move to anotlu'i
locality s.j will hold .1 public s.ile
at the tiUrc on Krid.iy of this
ueek. commencing at I p in
There will be -old -i hrad nl
hoise- and mule-. 2 head of
good tows and mlicr 1 at tie 12
j I head of lings f.iiniing impK-
: ' iileiils and nthi 1 ai tide-.
yj lime will be "riven on sums
S.fver $10 to Uct 1. 1 922 wim 10-
inlele-l fnnn it.ttv w 'Alt olf 101
jjCish Jim Saw vci s w nl lie the
auctioned .Hid It H Stephen
J j tile cleik. Fin details -ee l In-
J laige. 2-uloied bills piiuted Jt
? tin- oflice.
?' Won One Lu.sl One.
II H. Schnnlciaft. hIiii lives on
the I'.it Conway farm seven1 I
Tvo veil ( xi'itiui: j.t in f - of
b.i-ki t I). ill between the I elite lit
and Flelrhei high -cluiul teams
were pi iyed .! the latter pi ice
Fiidat 1 tglit. Tl'c (' mi'iit gills
' won 20 to 17 while the Flilrhel
lioy- non 'M u 112. The Ci tlii ll
boys weie in tin lead throughout
tin entiie game until Fletchei
threw I lie List gn.il.
miles southeast of Klgin. will
hold a public 'iik' .it hi- place on
ne.i Moinl.u. Nn 14. cum men-1
ring at 1U n'chu k. I
Anvitgth" propertv he h.i-'
foi s:ir are 12 head of gnfnl mill;1
rivs and other cattle that .no
tiH"i gram sioru aim iiM nvn
mule- ten hei'it of hng. ImiiIii T
lJm-cs and Poland China. 50 X
bales ol flee C 1111! 'inv. !! "( I
The Old Reliable i offering
LONE STAR HONEY
5 In bucket $1.00 10 lb. bucket $2.00
tin ie will positively lie no In-
'I'nne giv-n 011 sum- over $10
o Oct. I. 1022 with MVr inn..
1 si 1 1 0111 date ni 3 off for rash.
S. K. MontL'oni'-i v is the sun-lioin-e.r
.mil H K Stephens the
ileik Free lunch at noon but
tal.e niti nip. Fur details ee
tin 1'ige 2-roloied bills p' lilted
at 1 hi- ullke.
I'"V J.H I5i own. i till of the
Hmtist church will preach heie
ueV Sutnl.i mm ninir ind even
ing and tho-e who rtni attend 1
will he.n snn.e g 'ml sei inons
Wo hive 3 mil 10 lb buckets ol WliKU itnl ed
Kiro syrup also Wedding Hrc.tWast all l(iiji)- o
gallon funis hrd 111 buckets and bulk. 10 lb- tiu
corn meal 23c. 30 lb. sick tlmir $1.73. polato-;. up-
pies nrai.e- tlnee kinds of bean- meats ol dilfei-
enl kinds everythim; in c.'iiineil jriwi- '
We are lookinu for a shipment of -lines i!:a.i il h
-non. We have drv cooili homcry. notions over-ill-. hjr.
iiinlerweai iininns and anisic-in nun's boys1 and Ijtjivj'
Mess jjooil line blankets comforts unit cuuifoi t baf.
T Samples of All Wool Goods: We Take i
Your Measure so They will fit
1 ' Yours anxious to please. 4
I L. C. Coffin Prop. ;
FcHlowinj: are the liifrhc-.t ay
eraes made in the different
grades in the examinations .it
end of the secnml in uiili; h
1st jrrade Fern Jones 00 Anna
Ryan 94. Frank llrfitli! 80.
2nd Kr.ide. Ruby Scott 98
Pauline Knkk-n 90 1-5. lloyt
Haye 95 25
3rd ifiade Lois Coflui 98 2-5
hU V Rvan 97 4 5. Ruih wVtiun
k'cl H3 35.
4th urade John Rvan Ofl'
Thclnu Odell 93tf . Edith U II-
be ru 95.
5th crade Anna 'Jo Peace
05 6-7. Howard Brow i 93 2-7Nei-tie
Fuikr 93 17.
6th grade Kathcrine. Thnm.is
7th tirade Laura Mac Stun f-
fer95. 8th Kraile Hael Chnens. 91.
H S. Freshmen. NnlHe Rv.m
B6. Homer Shirk 92 Oalna B.r-
A rather exci'able accident oc-
curred at school la-t Wednesday
afternoon. Some of the clold i n
climbed into an auto standiui.' on
the school ground con'rarv to
orders from their teachers
Others went to pushing the car
and in some way it was thrown
into high. -It ran into the school
.swing and broke olf tin- 4X4 thit
it hit and tore the swing down
Luckily none of the children
A. J Ui'll.lhe piano tuner from
LHwtnn tuned the piano in the
auditorium Friday. If some one
will now fix the leg on the stool
everything will be ready for ac-
tion. Subscribe For The Champion
q :: o c- ::. o o ::. o w o o o o o o o o ?. o o
A l-ull Mouse.
t the liti'i-.irv urogram Fri-
I l i v ni(lit .ill the seats in tin-
; ;' "iditnriiiin were lull and some
y t 'odoeii persons had to stand
.' A I -veined to enjoy the exorcise
!!'o the evening.
The (jiii'stinn for delist"' was
'' ' I'-olved 'flint tile bus caused
;;'iiiore di-astci diiring'tlie mnld's
i li-xinrv than w.ttei." Aftiriini-
tve -peikers were A. W. Jouea.
'' PirliM Mrain'on Arthur Wetten-
; ' i tr ! deg.itive Beuiard Thoma-
flu Hooper I.ee Pettv. The
O Q -.; 0 O t? & s J & ji O O 3 "1W wen. A .1. Bell of Iw'toii.
i . m. ntacution-e .loitii iMclag
Mi. Bell rrmjrked afteiwurd
that he bad heard many piano
-olis on the Chautauqua plat-
foi in not mi good as tile one
Miss Stephens gave.
The society voted lo bold ses.
lions every two weeks on Friday
night the ne.it to be on Nov. 18
program fo which will be pub-
lished next week.
Tent Show Saturday. '
Frankbn Bios. Motoiized Cir
cus are billed to give two perfor-
mances in Klgin on Saturday
Nov 12. Their band and cal-
Tlie (.'repe Hunger n horn wear-
ItiK tlltiii (Jlii- v.tth n Hummer tn
oncli lliiml. He Wnrrle-. lie Stewa
lie l'nt lie Cniiiptiilii'i. lie KtuxUs
lie (!-i mill he Vli' With Alnrm.
Inn the Mill Town ii; on Juki Hie
Sauif leonine Nulimlj ittKcx lil Ail-
Uie 'ir.iii) iiiij Alti'litlun to the Old
GEORGE fVl. MALVERN
Oil Lands Leases And Royalties
Lin-es nenr id illhio; m.Us
rarm Lands Loans And Insuranoe
Private moii" to lutui on liirnus
iio no w in ifive irep eoneri. i.
wMwMM4ii!'iil. who lemlered a ilrtti-imi ofjternoon and evening. Their pei
- r"rjlvl ! !2 '' 1 i" l''v)r of tin.-ue.iiive. ! formaiict I--ivrn undjr Canva-t
A. J. IMl.thp pliinn timer from !?"".' ' ?! " ji
.utnii wa nresent ami L-ave . r""s'. I'liinuer o illy I fa
i - -J -s- i :
Roy Hpitthroand Mamie Ballon
of the S'onv Point district were
united in inani.iL'c Saturday in
1.. in ton The i; inn in i- a son of
W. U. Hratlico and the bride is
a daughter of T. W. Ballon.
Hugh Khitik and Mi-s May
Sti v..rl of Sterling were tiuiied
in marriage at Law ton Saturday.
iii si'icciious on oie viouir lie
also rispondcd to encore ufler
eiv (n e oi ocal solos which held
the closest attention of the large
ludietice. .Mr B 11 is a prof-too
Jinn 1 in the music. il line having
taught voc-il llillsir for a
'iluniber of vear- with some of
the best instructors in this conn-
try and Iris spent seven or eight
- . . .H)- o 1 1. Anierican platform
... i mi" ni t tie pro ssi'inal iium-
.)"'" oi (in v iiiii vn i f iii i ii r
iS.liihv MwhNiIi Sfi'p.ii'n
litres uetng acrotiatic yyipiiHs
tic eiinlibristic irc tyjlkin.
etc. interspersed wijjj cjowim
who will make' yij nir itu
liitghter. 'l tnijr ij appeals
in tliU i-siie. '
hew of Our Specials
FOR THIS EEK
respoin'ed to a bcai'tv
A meeting of ChaudL'i iovn
4htti voters will be held at the
Hippy Hollow school bouse niixt
Siturdty nig it it 8 o'cl i.:k l'i
the purn'ise of electing oHicert
for the free fair association.
J TiitimtOH Z fi.r Joe
2 Corn Sid 2 fur 2fic
- t'aiicv i urn 2 fi.r VUc
N". 52 pi'iiH 2 fur 2"jc
Omco Hour Micl( I DO
Tall lb ! mill: 2 lor 20c
I'liney head rice !l fur 2!ic
Cook Stoves and
Order at onee so you will have ihem
when cold weather sets in.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
BADGER LUMBER & COAL CO.
Go. O. Botkin Mgr.
Hest IVnliciry coiree Hi. 26c
fancy limy limn- .'1 Itii. 2JjC
Fancy plnli Iiciki- M llm 2Cic
Fancy roll d ont U lli nut 3fic
All loilfl fiiiiii H for 2Bc
li'O Ihi granulated tuipir M.70
Miicimini Hp.'iL'lictll iiikkIIoi i) fur 2Jjc
Fiiney iiiiiKki'il Him'ir lured Inicoii per lb ode
Fancy siniikcd mig.ir cured lirixltets per lb. 25c
Fancy drv -lilt meat per Hi 20c or " fur 3ic
100 lbs. fancy Colorado spuds $2.85
100 lbs. fancy cibbigo $3.50
iVe are paying ll'ie fur egn U'e for butter 37e fir rrp.im
Prompt and courteous treatment to nil
FAHSHS Mm EXCHANGE
TO THE PUBLIC!
Secimn 4 of the city ordinance:
Cursing And Using Violent LanffUiif(c
Anv person in the town of IJigin who shall curse sucar
or use violent or threatening language or ninUe any great
noise so as to di-tm b the ne.i.-e of anv prisnn or tin lieigh-
borhnod shall upon coiiiktion be lined jny mini not exceed-
ing $25 00
O :.. i
New I'.islor Merc
He. II. ! Cl.ily u the in w pus-
j tor of the MeHiodist cuurili and
his u lie arrixi d In ie in ihen
.nod Hacer fioin Ji linings :il ft
m loclt Smd.it in n- Th y
ii ft Ji'iiniiifs ii' 0 '. nl. Satin
dnv uioiuiug and i.Nprrted to
make it through lie fore dinlc but
bad motor trotildf and -tyeml
Hev II W Lett is preached in
the Methodist rhurcli Siindat
iiioiiuug mid the in w p.istin
preached in Hie cvenim.". Coi-
idering that it ttas jiwt imc set
oud Herniou he has eter oi cach-
ed and that he is n young man
just past his 'teens it whs con-
sidered a veiy able discoiusr for
a start Mant sei minis di bver-
rd heie bv I'ldei ministers were
not sgiioil as hi.
He tvill preach at Sterling ncM
Sunday morning and at B'avcr
Bend at nii-lit after which (lie
n gular sei vices will be fixed.
Two Pin (I.
OnSituidiiy night two fellou-
imbibed toufuelyol coin juici
and then pioceideil to scari
uomeii mid childitn out of theii
"boots" and lo paint the town
Warrants were issued fur
them and they appeared be fine
Judge Staelthouse at 7 n'cluik
Monday evening and plead guil-
ty. One was lined 57.50 and
costs its being hi lirf olfmsej
the other was givi n $10.00 mid
costs is it was Ins second ol
Itnse within lew Weeks
The I'lit'siion for debate one
weeli fiom next Friday night Ik
Ui shIm d That citt life is prel
erable to com (ry life. Afllim.i-
ive:LC. C flln Harry F.dde.
Mrs. L l. Cl.irU. Negative! 0.
C West. Flovd Herdoii Mi. K.
O 1 . i Q O (i O O J Q O O II f
SEE! LOOK! COMING!
ELGIN UnV 19
SATURD'Y - lt
2 PERFORMANCES only-2 and 8 p.m.
50 New Fun Features
Free Concerts at 1 and 7 p. m. by
MILITARY BAND AND CALLIOPE
(Including War Tu)
' 0 .: J. O J O ft ..? t 5 'fi fr O Vfi f If. tt
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Wettengel & Son. Farmers Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1921, newspaper, November 9, 1921; Elgin, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69742/m1/1/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.