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Any man who gloats over an honest bank failure is a traitor to his country
ELGIN. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1921
y Xmas Greetings To All
The OLD RELIABLE is going to help lighten your burden for CHRISTMAS. We are all over-burdened this season, the farmer
as well as the merchant. We will give you for a short time 15 pounds cane sugar for $1.0), applss 59 casts psck wiiile thsy last,
flour is higher but will se I to you at the same price--$l 75 for OUR DAILY BREAD. We have the ingredients for your fruit
cake, mince meat, and everything with which to Jiiake your Christmas dinner. Also have lots of articles that make nice present-
Dry Gooes, Shoes, Notions, Caps Ties Blankets Mittens Gloves etc.
This is the 20th Xmas that we have been here catering to your wants and helping to make your life worth while. We will be
pleased to take your order for a new suit for your Christmas. Yours anxious to please,
L. C. COFFIN, Proprietor, Elgin, Oklahoma
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J. A. WOLF
Fire and Life Insurance
( The W..rk And Win Clttbc-iVf
:i couple of pity in connection
with l lie pic snppei at ll.iut'V
Hollow on TuomI.iv evening f
Til ntin nf lllnqn it Kllnii'fiil it'll. il
Auto Licenses, Notary Work' those who took pi-t w.ui.i
'be in 1041. Ro-oo" S liar- w-
lllimiNlluiint ncv . s.1.ii,i Aunt ranl-mi W.il
tor K lkor a f.nuiei. Fivil V.i i-
At the Methodist chunk Sun
day morning it was voted iiiiiin
ininnslv lr hnlil an nv-tt-r sooner
unci watch partv iii tho school In the other a
Lnliinriitm m R-1t11rri.11 mirnl. I Opera tintl WIS
Other refreshments besides
oysters will de served also Ctfii
t.isiing of soup, pie, sandwiches,
coffee, nuts, candv, etc A lit
erjry program. band muiMC.sing
tug, and other amusements ti.
be prepared to eiiiert.iin the
Hudlence until th" old veur dies
out and the new yar is usher
The serving will begin about
5 o'clock in the evening so that
any aged folks or those iih
Mnall children may enl early ami
return home if they wish.
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riueu un ooo&e svimre.
Sunday night Deputy Hiu
man arrested a fellow at the Ho
tel Elgin who appealed Ii. fore
Judge Stat'khousr Monday night
and plad "not guilty ' to a
Charge of being int ixicated.
3 me d 'Zt'ti or mote witnesses
eie place 1 on the stand to tes
tify, most of whom stated that
thev were at the hot.-l tilnving
zke a lawyer, F ana- Kolker alpitou when the arrest was mad,
tramp. Marian Vo lzke cnnio.-iSume swore that he was stig
tiomst and CI " Ljdo- had m.n-I goring drunk, others that ho
ried n rit'h man in Now Yuk was not drunk at all. and still
iitheis that they were niter
e.sii-i in the pitch games (hit
tiiey did not notice him.
After the evidence was
At The Pic Supper.
perform -it in i
which Hubert VoaUKo aoie.i a
Ihe doctor and took the hoar
mil of Liweiiee LmIo-. d nop I
it on the Hour, pi. kvl i' tin
put it bn k igani. 1 H i i V
lUr and Mil I eil B 11 S - v d -Hod
Cross nutses, Ul i a L "les
was me iffl-e girl and Sylvia
IJi-llis the m itlier of tho office
Called It A Draw.
he court fined him SI 00 and
,,l C ists lotalnig about 5ID.0 Hi
... 'wa g veu 24 hours in wnich to
.. - t 1 the line and Costs nr to
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A fairly good sized audience In kangaroo court on Friday
I'teiuled the pi- supper in the night of this week, the charge is
sc'iool audituriuiti Friday night that Elmer K. But man on tho
..ml seemed to thoroughly enjoy morning of Tuesday, Dec, G. 1021
the program rendered. did shoot anil kill one black and
Ii. II. Hucklev, Q. M. Coffin In own Shepherd dog belonging
and II 10 Chile wore -elected a Miss Nila .Stephens, being yul
judg a no the debate, all three "-' at $197.91).
voting in favor of the negative. The prosecuting attorniysare
The greatest handicap for the .if- M.Tnggart & Pott vt delcn-c at-
tirmaMvo side was tho change in 'lorneys. liaseubeuk & W'ettcu-
the nrdc" of the debitors die dav
before the dobite. One had pre
tiared the opening address and
did not have time to change it af
ter the s.vilch in positions.
Witnesses for the prosecution
aie M'ss Nila Stephens. IJ. R.
St. ihons. H. P. Ro-ackur, and
bd. Maguiro of the Meers
neighborhood was taken to An
udarko Friday where ho wis op-
era ted upon for appen Ileitis, i
At last reports he was improving,
The Cement and Fletcher high
schoillioy- play il a gnno of
bis'.et bill a' the lalt.r place
Fiiday ivgnt. but there seemed
to be some exceptions taken to
the decisions of the Cement offi
cial, o il was just called a prac
tice game and another gimo b
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iivtni l 'tat i"' .' ' is
matched to be pliyed at Apiche
Subscribe For The Champion
J. G. MARKLE
EXPERIENCED AUCTION EER
LIVE STOCK AND FARM HATES
Phone or Write for Dates and get Dt pindab i Seivii'e,
On The lilin Routes.
V. M. Freeman's are moving
trom i onto 1 I ns week to Um
A pie siipnei was held at the
Mistletoe scho d between routes
A and 2 Siturd.n night.
Miss Martha .Siii uett of route
A went to Lawton Saturday lor a
R A.Harrel of route A was
senoilslv i Siturd.iy night but
re i orteti better.
! Mrs. Uro. Uriggs and three
child en ol Crescent came Sun
day lor a risit with her parents
.1. F. Mitchell and wife, on rt A.
lOarl Joluisou and family of
near Lawton yisi ed
dav with her parents
and wife, on route 1.
A . f i . a I
At oi me numt.ers leceivcit Witnesses for tin- defend ar
hearty encores but owing to the'L M C,,rU j W. U.k.T. and J.
lateness ol the hour in gelling . MjC!1
s'arted. feiv respanses were''
made for fear that it would W. M. McDonald will act as
make the program too lengthy, i deputy sheitfl
Th-ise who did respond to the
encores wi-r.. Miss Nila S'cph
ens on her ocal solo, Arthur
Wettengcl and Homer Slink on
their coon iokos. and H. P. Wet-
I ttngsl and Mrs. H. .P. Kosaeker
who sang Pelig and uetsy.
K, II, Buckley served as auc-
Getting Cotton Seed.
'I'he state bond of ngricultme
is impressing it upon the mind),
of cotton fanners that they
should procure their cotton ferl
front the counties along the nor
thern lincot the cotteu belt :ti
from the counties in the western,
partot the stite wnere cot t, on j)
grown under (he shortest K row
ing season of any place in Hie
It is cl timed that seed pur
chased from these parts wl(
mature OJttou li'im ton days tT
three weeks eailier and wil) no
doubt be the mean of fHnpiiMj
consiilentble tl.iin.igw.fr.uili" v,t
Kxperinunts to prove lilts,
were conducted by County. A'
gent C. R. D mart no tl)e .kru ('
I. Ii. Ua ugh
FARMERS UNION EXCHANGE
Under New Management
The Store Where Price
and Quality Meet
Eggs 43c Butter 30c
Highest Price Paid for Country
Produce at all Timet
COURTKOUS TREATMENT TO ALL
GEO. W. KAILEY, Mgr.
Sterling O.ifeat.s Acme.
The Sterling High school bas
ket ball team defeated the Acme
team, in Acme last Fuiday after
noon. The game was one ol the.
hardest fought games of the
season. Tin first half of the
game came to an end vth a
score in I) toll for Sterling The
second half of the game came to
mi end with a score of 12 to 12.
After five more minutes play and
fast to mi work the Sterling boys
von the game, 14 to 13.
Attended K. C. fleeting.
.1. M. Lodes G. II liocleslield,
.!. A. Wolf. Will and Carl lieu
Idrtcks U . W Tlmma, I). K. Mf
Anaw, .1. P. Urnwn, and a Mr.
Haves of near Fietcher were in
tinneerand instilled cuusnlera- Chickasha Sundav attending a
ble life into the hidding. A mireling of the Knights of Col
number of soldier boys from Ft lUinbiis.
Sill were present and helped out MMHMa.M
wonderfully in disposing of the JM..MIM,.-M,i-,n- -- -n-
pies. I here Were "a pie sniu
which averaged more thin a dol
lar each. The highest price paid
was $2.05 for the pie ol Miss
Rctha Hayes. I
The attendance was not so
large as it would have been had
there not boon an admission foe
at the door but it is iiolieved
that the proceeds were greater
due to the numb.T ol pies that
were taken. j
The Methodi-t church folks
wish to extend t.teir thanks to
nil who took part in the program, '
to those who tool pies, to those
who bought pies, the auctioneer,
and everybody eie who helped
to make the supper a success.
La wtou baikin 1910.
On Nov. 23 the Anr.brkn
merican-Democrat pnbjiieil iis
article where a, n;.a,ii nil'tist' RAW
Spencer, who liyos two miles'
south tmd Mne ens) of Anadarko.
rsised 105 mi pi ropon, tniH
year on eight acres. j w.-j lif
long staple Acala vnetv,
CHAMPION Ads PAY
GEORGE M. MALVERN
Oil Lands, Leases And Royalties
Leuses near drilling welU
Farm Lands, Loans And Insurance
Privtttu iniuiey to luun on iurni5
Watched Ptirachute Leap
Among tluc from here who
watched the aviation stunts am!
parachute leap at Ft. Sill Sunday
alternoon wercL. M. Clark mil
wife, H. I'. Roiacker and wife,
G. O. Hot km and family, Mrs.
Armor, Mis Uooigia Clainpilt,
Mrs. Leah Mnlthan. 12. II Duck
ley. E. R. Uiuinan, Cecil Caiitloy,
Miss Mildred Atchley, and Miss
They report a large crowd in
! BANK WITH YOUR HOME BANK
! 39 Million Bushels of Wheat Yearly in Oklahoma
C. M. Wolcolt and C.W.Comp-
ton were called to Lawton Thurs
day as jurors in district court,
in a case wherein the Lnvt in
Gas iv Electric Go. was beiiig attendance and one man was run
sued for $3,000 damages to a boy , over and killed by an auto. The
who had his hands burned on a nil mission fee to the grounds was
wire. ' $1.00 and soldiers wore stationed
The jury was selected nnd ev-'at suitable points to keep others
erything ready for trial, when
the case was settled out of court.
The first snow of the season
began falling about 7 o'clock last
Wednesday evtniug und when
morning came the ground was
II writ covered but it all melted be-
The parachute leap from an
airplane was performed miccov
former record of the!
Anything that adds with Hie wealth of Oklahoma .il-o adds
to the resources of our more than GOO state bank-. Kvery
yea, millions of dollars are ro.ilid from the wheat crop.
Thi money finds its way to all sections of the Slate.
This bink alway has boon interested in farming, We IicIp
and encourage the farmer in every legitimate hanliing' Way
and we want the farmers of tins community to feel as hiend
1 inward this bank a we leel toward them.
After all we aie dependent upon the f irmers for prosper
ily. Wc are proud of our oil. our coal, our lead tlt.rl zinc and
other indusliies. but we know that far the greater amount
of substantial wealth of the state is produced in the farm.
VVe invi'e the farmers of this community to uso our bank
ns their headquarters when in town.
We also want to call your attention to our strong fist of
ui....bii.,iii..ru I.. T. Simiiin is. President Sjiithwest National
t Hank. Oklahoma City. C. T. Abell. VlcfPreslbent Snutiiwest
I National Hank. Oklihoma City. W E. Temploton Cipitalnjt,
rnlsa. Miss Nila Stephens anil u. n. oiepuens, ivikhi.
aviator's leaps being about live
miles bnt reached only 17.UUU It.
Prlcet reduc wl en burber wnrkj I a STATE BANK
have. 15 0ttU nnd h.lrcuU 88 J A ' M Wr
Bank Of Elgin
4mmm4-t fnr( "',,t'
C. M. Stnckhniier.