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,M y t- t :- . fTT a ( im iwivrnMnii u whm ivolvii ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, 31PV JIBBER 27, IMG NO. 2 ARMER b CHAMPION W- I $ J i THE OLD RELIABLE Is the pK-vcc to lay in ycur faU rstnoly of dry goocb, groceries, shuep, hntn not! in fact everything nocdcd to fcod and tln'.ho you. Come into our store and boo for y&ui'sulf. L. a COFFIN, PROP. N. A. Clark Salo. On Fiid-y, Oct. 6. N. A.CInk will hold n iulh s..il or th? farm l.oinn 14 mile. wont of Rl am a:nl one and one half miloi wnt df tho old Mt Scott post office, commencing at 10 o'clocn. Among other thliifrn will bo sold three bond of horses, ii span of three-ycar-old mules, 17 head of cnttlo including; seven pood milk cows, farm machinery, hourahnlij ynnlz and t-otiiw fcod. Kver. ihinR rfforel will he sold 'jaa the family will leae the ?, j state iruintr to 1 h- ra. V, A crndit of 12 tronthr. will be . nlvcn en rums over 3J0. Free X J lundi at nnon For fuvther oar- ii'iimrn poo me i.up uro-coiorco hllla printed at tho Champion of- , fice. i Pns'ind Uolh Ko.?co. Tlin 040-atfro homestead bill, introduced, by Congressman Scott Ferris and passed by tho lower house of cot givss last Jan uary, was passed by tho senate juat bpfore congreaa udjournod, , I... i ill I... ! I I... 11 I our. win our ou tnrou(l u rrt'ui dent VVilnoti .mtil congruss con venes in December. This in4rtTioa tho homestead unit from ICO to G10 acres and thus will trinao homts for a lortje number of people who now do not own pny land, us there aio Y00, 0110. (101) acres of pnbhc land in the United Sfdcn and Alai'kc mill untakan. Much of this area will ba appropriated under the new law. CnAMt'lOff yds gel rarults. tr.TnytreTrrerren ryn it. u ay.il M n X 3 R 7. M "EvT TT i I rpr3 is ine TTO ow is i n Ji ime ELGIN IS THE PLACE f.y.;..:..:....A.:..K...A.,t..;..:.A m...a.'..;.w'X"!"X-'M-'W- :: Stony Point Ruroblingc. On The Elin Rotitae. To hive yonr wncjon, bsj nad your &orsca shod. jy or p!cvr3 ropnhed, School ia proRresjin ni- 1 With tho exception of oevuil echolai'B absent pickitijj cotton. Jes1? Clayton and fnmilv npfiit Sunday at tho home of Charley Compton. Mettv and Geneva Knkinsleanied nrient Sunday with home folks", eentv. Ed Ri 11 and family, L. S. Por-i Mrs. 1 tor and dauihterH, Mullio arid 9 TlelfMi, wpre visitors at the homo of J. H. Porter Sjndny wnJ visli f ii? tho oil well M"i L P. (jhytoit vfw a eill--rin Lwton WliWAlvi'ctavft Insr Thu-sriav eveni'i;r. Mr. RTniilcr took off a hap of p tton Fridav; also T. YV. Ballon fli-llvernri ono in Klsin. Mrs. E. II. PurdeliBitv of Ann riVko vns a callpr in this com tni'nit" tha past few Hay; shore lurno'J ti her home Tuesday. Rerniee Por'or and CIpo Clay tnw visitod wit' Marjtaret and Kathryne Morris Sunday. VIOLUtC. Our Birthday. The editor of this paner h just i 4S yonrs old today. Rnmf may l wonder why ho make? this stcte mon?. It is for two l-pnporis, Bom people Iwivp th Idon that hp is a rmr "Itid" while othnrn who rend that tho pnbllshors of this paper aro Wottmifrel it Sour. pet the idea that ho is a amy haired prnndnir". Now you know whoro to nlnne him. O't i Sim3 ' '. family moved Th itsit.y from route 13 to Apaeh. Gurrii-r Lssl of route 2 loft ' ThurMchv om a llUB:le trip be low Wichita FulW, 'i xns, return ing fMinttay. Waldo wp'oncl the mail dunriR hu ab .1. T MeCraw of route A has her ivht hfi'itl in l-4'l c (' W. E Clark, Blacbssitb. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED rTsiTSErrisrjrnaaf wiaa-ituaosTJiisiKsa mexxrsRUGFJXzssyj) jtvuitUHmmkiiAfimitMnaf.a ;"M)"X vt- o -."'.-!-:" .-:- -.:- :",?vt-J"W"-i"M"'' ! Hon tho result wtist sprtiiovd thniu out of of huvimr her, nod two fl ij-Pia! j nut ii u nii-a-1 JE '1 way. P'h wns cb'ivinR in a bup- as'J hoJiii.i'f hsi'-i!i.hr wlji.a ihaft rRi ofr of the nal". Crtiis in(r the hor.w ti mn. The Imuari waj tut ncUomplatoly over wi en thi' ncntiania, crennt unnr. rr.il 100 pounds of ice wont roiling. (I. O. ('olTn and fnmilv of route 3 returned Saturday from an auto trip to Denison, Texas. J C V. Compton and wlfead,"? G. M. f'o(Tjn and wife, of route 2. nutoed to Oklahoma Citv Tuoa- t day. to attend thp Btnto tair. G. I. Kitsmiller nnd wife an'd H. E Cline of route ?, went to the siate fair Tuesday. John ard Mrs. Katjo MHehfil have moved from Lawto.i to tho Callihan farm on route 3. liie Ligin Market; AND RESTAURANT ItMBOMMMt (H V O O IT eci I ii IVL J Ji Frssh MoalsAIvaya On Mtnd. Cold Drinka And Ciynra. Good Hot nloals At Ail Hoar-i. Bring In YOUR PRODUCE. Frcuh Broad Arrivea Every Day. L. D. SPARKS, PROPRIETOR" -:-4...V--M..-....J..;...:o,J..;. - rt' I -y i & o -? i 0 y ! ---S - ij j O A Correction A mUtr.kn was made in co-v. Inir tho prizes on hos at the 111 Kin Btret fdr in lant wopk'b h pup. i. M, Z'wplo won tlrat on ORod sew and J. V. Mituhell,2nd. Cabinet Contest. bo elosod October 25? st ft V o i o Maw o I :il bo' win p. m. Harrol, 20193.. Jlnllars 130,5. Salen and .jolIeMi'ms toantod in the unnt'Rt. r.o p-.le or eoll'iaJion will bo t nnder!fl from now on mli. vi c- rie niKrd for nt ho til"nf in r;in. SMitlon ko yilemo a'V Ti vo'emni Y yon mr.r.o the (uymutitH. V. Stone. adv GRAIN. LUMBER. COAL o Gvain bo-!3h' s.rc Lahsat prksa. t !- i--,-H"l-;---4-l-? -K! I ii If you are going to I sale, call an fr Bank 0 !-v-f:"-:":-:--::-t-4-i-.K-:-s ' j i , n -i-sa iL.- hj 1 1 ? VK ll I d see us : r 1 ? 0 Of" FjP'M! BUILDING MA.TERIA&., BulHinc Hardwire. Car PJaaier Ceasiont jt: 06 arrived O. IC.Porilund Conicnt Alvcya On Hand. McAkoter Nat CoaS, $6.00 ton Q .vf . O y f- 3- .-r--$ 3 - 0 X I O 1 1 1 We want to show you hoy we can givo good carvxe. Am LrnrktAr Drxirvr ti- o-'-'cVti you. gynyrTgrrr ??? v-,i High Pricod Bales. For n time C. S Walling claim ed to he ve aold the hi chest pi iced bales of cotton of any one around Dtfdn. haviiiK two bah'H that brought Komuthin over $211 lot en t ton and t,eed but now II. J. Kunta h cluirniiiB the honorafFell inK trio bines B,tuidav that brou-jhT him 55210.70 for tht coU ton uud at-tiJ. A Rnn wan bf rn InatThutsday mornlj',"" to Mr. and Mrj. Q. 'Xvt. Mftlvprt, tho , former bein'flfMo bnstlinp real wi&ty nan nt Btor- Scnt'AiFcv Uirdo1. On Friday T. Ilyun shipped a llirrnd Uouit couk anil If. P.Wet tjnsel shipped a White OrpinK toi coiMCerol and two pulletn to Otilahima ttlty Lo be entered at tho stt.tu fair. They are not bet tin? on nnv flrtU prizad but like the fellow in the horserace, they will huvo too oatiafuclion of knowing that they wete in the ruiiniiijr. For Salo Scholarship in an up to dato bur.iwj'j oolleae: v ill ivako ii -: cl is tT.nB to n push- ii Piivi-"" 1-4 LUMBER OF ALL KINDS Vc viovr have plenty of wagon box tnatcrial on hand, end our supply vill furnish you with any thing you need in ih.o cyprcoa lino A completo atock of building hardwarri, build ing iumher, Portland cement, plncier, sand and cruched roch. AIdo McAIcstcr NuL Coal Badger Lumber Co. clp.3 of games that makci Mm profesalonal. fc t.rrTna"r33rjsc53rnrs2JC?5s?s Big Bacltet Ball Gnmss. Tho Bisk-Jt Ball Fnnn wcro fresi.od to a iht for aore eyoa v. hen they.w.ilne53iid tv;o of tho faalcat jd' "''' ,,,lXo ovor been plud C. ' The fir3i tvreen Fj olads ant4 1 ' linnta wl.r-a.ii red TIiu-t.-.r-. sniiifr at 5 o'cloai;. Dotp.tvt'iaia Hjiptartd to he pretty evenly matched at tho beginning. The Elgin boy?, had uaoutclass oil in .scionca bus ve outclasjod theinin v?eisiit. BWlnsiha firnt half it war. a tie of 4 and 4, out durimj the lent half the pow r of strength and veiflbl bian to tell and when ihe kaiijo wa oalhd the ruUc were 8 to il in 1'avor of Sterling. The next fame was called nn Friday evening nt 5o'elok when Biffin walked onto tho court with the hope of victory ohiuing in thnir oytia. 1'hey hii with them their big Slant, Wlllhilo tho professional athlote. But 3terll'ir evened up with two of Lawlon'3 Ind?i;end anta. Tlu came was vigorously contested from bsginning to the md. At tho close of the first half our boys wero behind to tho seoro of 2 to 8. During the hiKt half our boya becoming more ac quainted as to Bignalo between th' msolvea and the two Lawton plav'w.T'ickcd up tho name the rsanlt 9 to 18 in favor of Slgin. Strllng Lcdjcr. The above is a very good uc 303it of tho btgkot ball games played at St'-rling acjording to tho local hois who played there, hut Mr. Willhltu does not under stand wh''e (ho profon.'lnnal on his purt com"H in. Whii" he is tin athlete of oven ft'ite wide ror utntkm, he baa not entered th-l School Kote. Mir.-j Hnllie Kin? hat bed a ab r --hool durlnc the paat cum ia absent fran teck, koIbj to Intel a City. Tns sunu.il children are rejoie- iti' over thu fact that they wilt t;non have a aetnent sidewalk t travel wvor from the basiaeM ivirt o town to thelbnol ban;. Pupils who attend the state fnir tl is week will not be count ed absunt, provided they make up tber work and give anaccosnt of thuir trip to tbo fair, which ii consid red eilncntional to thena. Principal Willbite ia kept pret ty buoy theso days on account of his mother being in very poor health. The Shirk children left school thin week, starting on their trip to Calfiornia. A lettor came this week ad Jroiyed to the piesldnnt of the senior class of ths Elgin high school. As there ia just one in the clasrf, it is supposed that he will he prendient, vice-president. Ivninosa manager, nocrotary, and hia own private secretary A Good Crop. According to the report of the county commissioner of health I thi-re was a good crop of babie in Gomancho county during the month of Angunt. Thofe was a . total of -17, of which 26 were girls and 21 wero boys. There were 22 deatliB reported and 23 hceiiea wore issued to couploa to enter connubial bliss. ;i cix :H--:''':''S'C',",!'!, '- '' -ir "tv5-lr .4-2 U snm -1,t fl ! TV La r'iTZTi U lie eJsisi Um ..m f Has been thoroughly overhauled and 13 now in fine claapo to gin your cotta at a reasonable prico. aj?rirp'g7sa5SS2Tlt,Ml'i '.NUitJ' "J t Highaot py ice pasrl for cotton En sesd or bale; also cotton teed. J ,. Jo WL Hinds, Mgr. ... -, . , f u .1. . J. ,r . ---f ii 1 ' 8? JO K1 ,J 'a: b .'I v4-i l i m kl t n WMHIMMfl Mini -j"