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title: 'Farmers' champion. (Elgin, Okla.) 1912-1922, December 26, 1912, Image 5',
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Ribelin, Stone & W
We thank our nimnmrnus riic
,Cfi toniers for their verv liberal
Christmas trade, and hope they enjoyed its benefits. We now wish them a Happy New Year.
Local News Items
has mo veil tnlo the
, Farmer has moved
"Central" had a vacation loup
enough to go home for Christmas
C. G. Collin has moved on the
H. P. Hansen farm, two miles
west of town.
Mesdamcs C. G. Collin and It.
C. Richardson wore in Lawton
Thursday, Christmas shopping.
Last Saturday the editor of
the Champion accompanied Dr.
Gamble and wife to Lawton and
back in their handsome Ford.
The morning was crisp and cold;
but the Dr. being a heroic driv
er, the distance between here
and the county scat ,vas soon
covered, where wo alighted tic
kled to death that we were alive.
The return home was a repetition
of the going, onl. a little more
so. My! what would the Doctor
do if he had a flying machine
space would simply be annihilated.
Mrs. II. F. Shirk and mother
went up to Cement one day last
week and returned home Sunday
W. J. Pattee. of Chickasha.
came down Sunday to spend the
holidays with his daughter, Mrs.
.1. W, Hinds.
Don't fail to see those dishes
at the Old Reliable, they arc
dandies and are being given a-w-ay
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Dillerg re
ceived a handsome present from
his storksbip last Friday, in the
form of a baby boy.
The stork visib'd the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Morn's Wednes
day December 18th, and left a
pretty little baby boy:
Pebbles From Stoney Point
The pie supper at the school
house Friday night was well at
tended. Good roads are in demand
Our road overseer is pushing the
boys through now days.
.loe Gladback and wife were
the guests of J. W. Head and
niuaj 111).', HI.
Texas, to spend the win-
The Christmas tree entertain-
1 ment for the hem-lit of the Jittle
j folks at the Stoney Point school
I house Tuesday night was well
attended, and the program was
a good one.
j We notice that some of the
young men who aitend our liter
jary seem to think they can't go
to either that or the pie supper
j without filling up on that said
"booze." Some of them wi'l
land in the hands of the Sherilf
j if they persist in such ungentle
' Uncle Ned.
Mr. Armstrong, who Dr
bli' operated on for cancer
neck a few days ago. is
, I I !"IH
nicoiy at present,
is almost healed.
Judging from the large num
ber of packages received at the
depot by express, there surely
must have been a merry Christ
inas in and surrounding Clgin.
Don and ilollis Lirunskill, of
Lawton. are spending the holi
days with their grandma Collin.
They fee) like young colts just
turned lose from close confine
ment. The Badger Lumber Company
has just received a car load of
cedar poles for telephone and
building purpo es. If you want
anything of this kind, call and
see them. (Advt)
The Coffin family, with the ex
ception of the Urunskel branch,
took dinner at C. G. Coffin's
Christmas. The latter, with the
exception of Masters Doh and
Ilollis, could not attend.
Jim Head, four miles west of
town, lost his house by fire Mon
day afternoon. They lost nearly
everything in the house. This
is the second fire they have had
within the past three years.
A. B. Petty, of Horse Creek,
Tillman county, nine miles west
of Chattanooga, arrived Thurs
day last to visit with his daugh
ter, Mrs. L. C. Rankins, over
Christmas. He intends to start
for home today.
Mrs. L. C. Coffin was in Law
ton Sunday, interviewing that
new grandson, who lately ar
rived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Brunskill's. She
returned home Monday.
The Masons and Eastern Star
Chapter "pulled off" their an
nual "stunt" of installing officers
of both orders Saturday night;
after which they partook of a
grand banquet, served in the
commodious dining room of the
Elgin Hotel. A goodly number
of toasts were given and well
From District Eighteen
Roy Gibson and family have
moved to Xukou.
C. W. Montgomery is thresh
ing kafir corn in this community
0. H. Putney jr., who H tak
ing a two-year's commercial
course at. Oklahoma City, is
spending the holidays with nunie
folks. Miss Lona Kirklin returned
homo from Texas Saturday,
where she had been some two or
three weeks visiting with grand
parents. Charley, James and Roy Comp
ton and families all went up to
Enid Monday, to attend a family
reunion at the home of his fath
er. Wo wish them a good time.
Miss Augusta llosenback, our
highly esteemed school teather,
gave her pupils a most apprecia
tive treat Monday afternoon,
just before she dismissed for the
Charley Coffin has moved on
the farm of his father-in-law,
II. P. Hansen, formerly occupied
by Frank Hansen. They are
most cordially welcomed into the
Frank Hansen and family will
leave in a few days for the east
ern part of the State - probably
Oklahoma City, where he expects
to follow his trade, that of ma
chinist. Their numerous neigh
bors regret to lose them, and
Wish them well in their now
home, wherever it may be.
ginning with the new year.
A. 11. Sperling sold a fine mare
last week, to Julius Mines, for
$125.00. Business seems to be i
on the upward incline in this
Mesdaine ym and A. II.
Sperling went . , Elgin Saturday
for the purpose of purchasing
presents for the Pas of their re
We pray for a happy Christ
mas for our beloved editor. May
the balmy breee of many a
peaceful summer evening yet
fan his furrowed brow.
Sunday school is still progress
ing at Mistletoe. Good attend
ance and special interests mark
ed the services Inst Sunday.
Keep up the good work.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sperling
arc spending the holidays at
Marlow with relatives and
friends. We wish them, and all
others, a merry Christmas.
Tom and Charley Sperling at
tended the box supper at Sterl
ing Thursday night, given by
the A. H. T. lodge Thov re
port an agreeable tune and
plenty of lucious edibles.
"In the spring the young
man's fancy lightly turns to
thoughts of love;" and in the
autumn a bachelor's imagination
takes etherial flights into relmns
of the unknown, where a charm
ing young widow comes athwart
his vision. For the moral of this
ask Frank Senor.
Missives From Mistletoe
Mr. Whitwell is spending holi
day Week at his home in Shaw
nee. We advisA all young ladies of
this vicinity to beware of the
mistletoe that is, don't get un
Joy to the world! Sing an
thems to heaven. "Unto us a
child is born; unto us u Savior is
Mrs. Delilah Foster, of Mt.
Park, is spending the holidays
with her daughter, Mrs. J. T.
Christmas time is here, bring
ing happiness and cheer. Let
no strive for a better life, be-
Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Miller wish
to thank the good friends and
neighbors who so kindly rendered
valuable assistance and heartfelt
sympathy when their little boy
was so horribly scalded some
ten, weeks ago. Although badly
scared, the little fellow is now
well and hearty. While it is a
little late, they feel that this
public acknowledgement is due
and better now than never.
M and Mr- C. E. Bernard,
of Rush Springs, arrived today
to visit her mother, Mrs. Henri
Du. J. F. GAMBLE
Elgin, - - Oklahoma
(Day or Night)
'Phone 11 shorts on 1)
DR. D. A. MYERS
Lawton, - - Oklahoma
Special Attention to Surgery
'Phone 575 and 123
DR. JERRY ASHLEY
Office: - - - Fletcher Hotel
Day on N i o n t
Fletcher, - - - Oklahoma
Fletcher, - - Oklahoma
Office: Fletcher Hotel
Will be absent every 2nd and 4th
Saturdays of the month
Madam. tad McCalS's
JM Fashion Authority
McCALL'S ! a bra. ortutlc.'lianj.
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MucmIiix (lint U adding la the lirppf.
nu anil efficiency of 1,100,100
women each moruh. (
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Fall and Winter Clearance Sale on Buggyo.
From nr.v; anli). January 1st we will give 15
per cent off on all buggya. And this tame
discount will apply to our full line of Round
Oak Heatir.0 Stoves. :: t: :i ::
Wc now have on display an up-to-date line
of Aluminum Ware, suitable for Christmas.
We also have a full line of Chace Lap Robes
that wc are selling at the right price.
us before vou buv
I Weber Hdwe Co.
For first-class line of drugs,
high-grade cigars, toilet ar
ticles, stationery, perfumes,
candies, wall paper, stock
Your Patronage appreciated,
H. H. HAGLE
The Hotel Elgin
Good Meals, Clean Beds
ialAiai.ViCliSU'k "j1 JKki3uFJWBLi P
J. H. CRAWFORD, pROP.
Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Cured MeaU.
Buys all kinds of Hides and Furs.
Will Pay the Highest Market Price
for Turkeys and Chickens :: :: ::
GEO. CAVETT, Prop.
ELGIN, . . OKLAHOMA
The patriotic man
Always Takes His-Lor-bttl