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Let Us sell You a Ford
CAR, TRUCK
OR TRACTOR
Authorized Ford
Dealer
Immediate Delivery
See Me Before You Buy
Edward Casey, Jr.
LAST NOTICE
Telephone Rent
must be paid by
Jan , 1922
Those not paid by Saturday
night will be cut off.
Above space donated for your benefit
o o o a o o o $ a o o o o o o o o a & o o
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Sterling, Okla.
FARMERS CHAMPION
WETTENGELASON
EDITORS AN!) I'UM.rilltKS.
Elgin, December 28
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS
Published Every Wednesday
tubaenation fl.00 per year In advance.
Entered ea itcond-clut mattar, Dc
calaber, W, HI2. at the ponloffie at
Elgle, Oklaaetaa, uadr the Act 0
Marh ftre, 1171
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APVtKTISING RATES,
Fret. I per Inch 16c
ack paga, r lnh . It l.2c
Cetta f aat SO per cent. Icti.
Leaal reactors per line 6c
Cm it Thank,reiolulloae.per line 6c
NOTICE.
IF IN ARREARS ON
YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
PLEASE SETTLE UP.
WE NEED MONEY.
TOWN PESTS
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8alp. Hlic rejoices In the Tnmtdc
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Resolutions.
Elgin, 01. la.
Dec. 22. 1921
Resolutions nn the death of
Geo rye 13. Staikhotise.
Whereast It has pleased 1 In
Great Supreme Architect of the
Universe to remove from our
midst, George II. Stack ho'ise,
who whs a devoteil Christian 11 nil
an exemplary citiien, f 0 hi
paaiiig, Ins companion is bereft
of a kind hiiiI devoted llUsbaud,
hin children n loving and nppre
ciated father, and
Whereas; Brother Stack
house was a devoted tnem'ber of
tile .Masonic Fraternity iind an
honoitd member of our Lodge,
ever ready to iinist unci mci -t-his
fellow man, and alleviate sul
feriug and want among hi
neighbor; therefore be it
Resolved: That Pilot Lodge
No, 3G7cpresn our siocere sue
row ia the passing from our
midst, brother Stackhousr unci
convey to Mrs. Stacleliouse and
children, also, his relative-, 0.11
Sympathy in their ifreat vorrow,
Hesoved: Tint a copv of
these resolution be made a
part of the minutes of Pilot
Lodge No. 367.and a copy sennto
the lannlv, also the papers in El
pin, and Chirkaslu, lor public;,'
tion,
( L. C. Coffin
A. W. Jones
( II. W. Hasenbeck
Commit I
ee
At Slate University.
Comanche county student ii
the stale university at Norman
recently org-iii'id with the led
lowing officers Fr.mlc Weist.
Lawlor. president; Cluisiiue Lin-dt-,
Law ton, vice ptesidrm; Ma
ry .Ellen Station, Liwton, sccre
tarytrniirer. There tire 41 -indent. In the
university (rom Comanche com"
ly. representing ten cities as fid.
b'w-i Cache 1. Chattanooga 2,
Coldwaterl. Elgin 1, Fletcher I,
Ilclli.lay 1. Indlihoma 1, KioWa 1.
Law ton 31, Steiling 1.
Whetit Prospects Bud.
-.. v..n- -.... i, ,,, i'iiiirfiitue 1:011 1 f
ty lii w 70 of that sown Ir-i
yvm iiimi i iff COIIIIKIOII s report
cd at 82 as compared with Insl
yea r.
M. K. Church Services.
Huiulny KIRln B. Uetid 8terllnR
1st M-i'"K NlKht 00
2rd 0U 00 Moth
3rd Nl(jht Morning 00
4th Morning NIrIiI 00
Oth 0.J Murulng NIkIiI.
Elfin Wetkcsaajr lirkcls.
wiiiU! corn ac
Corn 35
Wheat No. 1 B6
Unl8 22.27
Shorla
Mill Ken ,... 1.50
Uran it2(j
Kafir per. cwt...........
'K 0.(0
Cream........ 29
Butter 2C-.3S
KKi ............ .35
Hena lii-17
HprlnKt-ra .16
Turkoya 28
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Dr. C. M. Martin
Physician and Kurgeon
Klj(Vn;OkT. v Tain Con.
According to the report of the
slate tmaicl c f agricultute as id
Dec. 10, the wheat prospects
make n wry poor show lug. The
lifftttt it h. mi .. 1 .... 11...
Notice ToChumpiou
Patrons
Should the Fakhkhs Caamyi- n
plant be moved to Hotelier b
fore the next issue, the papoi
will continue io lie s(;iit to all
subscriber who wish it. Hit in
news will continue to nppcar in
its column a uunl, Advert!-
eis who wish their ads dicou
linuecl will idea-e notify the iuJ
lisherfl it it will be ti vety buy
k for ti,
in the future tint' entire time
will lie devoted to th( publication
of our three paper, the Fletcher
Kahmkks ClIAMMoM, il.C Hinlon
KeCord. and the Uiutler Journal,
We expect to install a Heoiype
tnnchine in the iliillon ofllce be
fore, many months to et the
news type for all three offices,
VossLambert
Rtclisrd Vo Jr, nod ,ti
I'lielma Lambert, both of Fl.-tcl
or. were united in riimrliiue at
SoVlock MottcliV eveninu at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr,
mil Mr. G. H. Lam her l. Kev.
Coats of AuadatWo olficiatinu.
Sumlay School KepoM
followln; In Rlvt-n a rrport of the
KIrIii Metliudiat Sunday -cIkkiI of the
attvndance unit collretinn tnst Mundny.
Clnnti AttfmlMnec Col.
Itll.l- 6 f.8S
Star (Vinitii: p.-ni!r 21 ,77
Coniiucriir- (Hhvh) 16 .30
Ul.amra (UlrN) K .SA
8iinlimn (I lttlc rolkn) 7 10
Otll-orn nlid TenclierH 7
Total eli- tt-it
DIRECTORY
District Jude. . -.Clmm Jo net
COMANCIII: COUNTY 01 TICIIUB
Count- JuJr. 1. O. Fullerton
County Attorney... ...Klctclicr Kile)
County Trr5tircr......K. V. Ulednoi
Count.' .Sujit. Miss llacel Jolumun
County Clcik Lizzie (Upson
Couit Clrk C. W. aiini'Hon
Shurlff G. II. Friimnton
County Surveyor ....A. I Shrnyer
County AHeKtor........C, L, WlUun
County Wefohrr B. U. I'nilll
COUNTY COMMIMKIONKKH
UUtrlct No. 1 II, II, rklluttlei
Ulitrlct No. ............Ii H. llowmnn
District No. 3 C. V. Aletculf
KLCIN CITY OFFICllKM
Tl'lhlcCh
lt Wnn K. West
2nd W'ur.l... I), H. Stephens
Urd Ward.. .. ..Ilnrry Bellnrs
4th Wutd.Dr. C. M. Mnitin, Cliuiiiimii
Trvn.urnr.... . ..(!o, O. llotkin
Cleik It. C. Choeiu
KLUIM I'OMOI'lICK
I'o-tmuhter II. V. WcttenKcl
AhbI. I'oKtninster M. M. WetlenRel
Curlier Itoutc 1 ......Alva W, Jonei
Substitute Route 1 Cluud llayei
Curri.r Itoute 2. .Edward II. Buckley
Slur Itoutc Cturiur M. Ille
SCHOOL DISTKICT NO. 16
Truatee It. C. Choeni
CU-ik T. Hyon
TrtuHUier . Dr. C. M. Martin
Principal. ....... ...John McTaKifart
Urummur Koom..MI Anna Stauffer
lntemiellate..MIa l-'loicnre Garwood
t'rlmury...... ..Mint Ada Ilarre)
Janitor.., ...Porter Drnndon
LOIKIM
M. W. A. Camp No. 11380', meet"
louilli Satuiday RlRhta of c-ack month.
E. Stone, Commit K- C. Chows, Clerk,
Yeomen, matta first TucMcUy lgkl
of each month. C. t Brwukw, Wfr
mam Wm. Vavrtar, CorraipUHlMt.
A. I', h A. M.. MMt ami
fourth Kuturday nletit f arfc aaacitk.
kf Coffin, "W M.j W. D, Pjjuh. See.
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': Local News Items
.I.C. Hafleaud family of Cyril
i-iii d relatives here Snhday,
Roli'f Ilalbrnoks of Cvril vihil
ed relative here oyer Sunday,
E, E. Wnllinjr and w ife moved
last week from Marlow to Elgin.
Mr. M. A. Kennptnur lvnt to
Oklahoma C'iy Fiiday for a visit,
For Sale Fine Poland China
pig. $5.00 each.
L. A. Hend.
C. B. Bonner and f imily visit
ed at Chickasha Sunday and
Monday.
See me for painting, either on
buidlngi or automobile'..
E. It. Bauman
H. P. Wettengel was in Flclch!
er oh buints Monday and
Tuesday,
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Prices reduced on barber work;
hnVes 15 oentu and haircuts 25
cents. C. M. Stackhouie.
Mr, Autl-ev Erlcksnn of Ho
baft came Satttrdiiv lor a visit
with leUtlves.
1 nrr back In the shod cobbling
work in building south of poit
offlte, J. U, Hayei.
C M. Wclcott returned Mon
dav evenniir from a v-it with
hi family at Cliukaha,
For Sale One red milch cow
giving 5 gallons a day. Price
$65.00. Geo. W. Brown.
H.J. Powt'll of Hie Comcul
Conner was here Monday and
made thi oflke a plehsatit Call.
Come in ami get a good shave
tor 1ft cunts. and hair cuts 26
cents. C. Mi Stackhouie.
Iliward and Mis Beatrice
I'olllil lire spending the week
with relative- in Lawton,
Wendell Wettengel of the stale
university at Norman caine Fri
day to viit home folk until Jan.
1.
Mi- 11. Ion Choeti of the O.C.
W. at Chickasha came Friday to
spend the holidays with homo
folks,
Lost Brown fur neck piece,
at Methodist church Sunday
night. Finder please return to
Louise Dlilberg.
W. K. Watlcins of Mena, Ark.
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taiuu i.ii wciiiit-suay un lillMI-
iu'hs and for a short vist with
friend.
Misses Nellie, Louie, and Bei
tha Dillbc-tg came down from
Oklahoma City Saturday to visit
home folks,
Mra. A..W. Dckum ami son,
LeRoy of Oklahoma City came
Saturday to visit relatives dur
ing tbeholidays,
WaUiL-T hcMr froai awatr
4 a f arat far ! gW UwitH
arte, tad full aarUculart. L.
,): Bo x S fi y Olney, IH.
Authorized Ford -Service.
The ELGIN GARAGE
C. G COFFIN, Prop.
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Miss Hose Drown, who was
viititlnu' home folk near Elgin
over Sunday, returned to her
woikat Lawton Monday even
ing. We hnve tax liiU for both
l'.ckardu and Chandlctr town
jhip, Come to ths bank to pay
your taxes before Jan. 1.
Bank Of Elgin.
Mr, Mary E. Ilainllnc and
two granddaughters left Friday,
for Salt Jose. Ilk where tlu-v will
reside. The former's daughter,
Mrs. F. DanlcYi accompa-iied
them for a vilt.
Here's Hopes.
The state of Kansas seems to
have a great hankering after
newspaper men an gubernatori
al material. Arthur Capper, ed
itor of Capper's Weekly, served
a term a governor, and then
they elected Henry J. Allen, edi
tor of tin- Wichita Beacon.
Now five other editors of that
state are in the. race for governor
next year, they being W.Y Mor
gan of the Hutchinson Garotte,
,1. L llirdy, Salina, Union, Dlclt
Howard. Arkansas City TriVeler,
CUdeReed. Parsons Hun, and
Ei.ig Herbert, Hiawatha
World..
Each candidate will have the
support of at least one paper,
Last Services.
Father V.in conducted hi last
service in the Catholic church
heic Sunday, having been trail'
furred to Union City. Tnc Con
gregation Sunday morning gave
him a large cash contribution in
addition to his regular salary as
a token of respect and to show
their appreciation of hi service
among them,
To Our Customers
And Friends.
Please accept our best wishes
and many thanks for the favors
and busiues you have given ti
the past year and we hope that
our continued relation may he a
material factor in your pioper
My during the New Year.
Et.oiN Cash Stokic,
Defeated At Cyril,
The high school linys1 basket
ball team Went to Cyril !at Wed-re-day
night where thev met dr.
feat at the hands of the Cyril
team, though lite exact score ha
not been learned. The game
wa not official from start to
tin in',
Suspended.
With the simple announce
ment that he Is past 80 years old
and unable to wo-k in his print
ing office, J. A. Maxcv recently
announced suspension of the
Kremlin Journal in Garfield
county. So Kremlin is another
town without a newspaper.
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JUDGE H. N. WHALIN
Attorney At Law ,
LAWTON, OKLAHOMA.
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THE ELGIN lAIBER UtOP
Laundry leaves Tueadaye and
returns Prlda or Salurday.
0, M. STIMIIfiH, IMr.
lfH,fMff,M
On The Elin Routes.
A daughter of Levi Hollowed
of route A. who is attending thr
O. C W. at Chickasha. cami.
Wednesday evening to spend the
holiday with home folks.
Miss Mary Reich of the O. C,
vV. at Chickasha is spending; the
holidays with horn"! folks ot
route 1,
MissClothidc Fulbrighto( hs
A. &M. College at Stillwater
came in Friday evening to spetfr
the holidays with home folks on,
route 1,
R. Grimes has moved from th
old Jeflords farm on route' 2
owned by Ed Roll to a farm on,
route A. K. A, Baker and wi(c
have moved from Johnson coun
ty onto the Roll farm which they
vacated,
Henry Hasenbeck of route I
left Monday for .1 couple of
weeks trip to Oklahoma. City
and other point,
J. W. Wliu of route 1 was a
business caller in Oklahoma City
Tuesday,
The citi-ens of Dlst. IB enjoyed
a L'hrisiinoa tree at the Happy
Hollow school house on route 1
Siturday night.
Misses Laura and Brtlit Kol
kcr of Lawton visited home fdlU.
on tome 1 over Sunday,
A Nice Treat.
The Methodist Sunday cho!'t
enjowd n nice treat Sunday ,
morning, consisting r caudv.
nuts, apples and orang.-n. Ttiu
committee prepared 62 sttcjisj
am) there were 63 prvHent Vl kf.
nerved.
Literary Postponed"
The prrgrnm coinmiltep fail,
ed to prepare a program,
for Fiiday night of this
week, fl(, regular literarv hau
been postponed until Friday
night of next week, Jan. 6.
NABT bound
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No, 612 leave- 1:3H p. rrj,
No, 018 loaves Flag, 8:43 a. m.
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No. COtlleaveH 6:00 p. m.
No. 817 leavea Flag. 12:11 a. m,
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Any persons wishing to -end for any
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linnd tho -uhncrlptlon price hi to tlin
Chami'Ion ofllce nnJ wo will ,o tha
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price of the stump, money order, en
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