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FARMERS CHAMPION VOL. XI ELGIN, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1 5. 1921 NO. 36 Convenience And aatety !;; ftAB-fe.M('X 'tr;., The Old Reliable litis u line (if P.iy your bills by check. It is more con which t tli.in earning cash and much safer. When you pay by ca-li you fro(iiciitly have no record of the transaction. Your cancel cl check is a legal receipt showing piyment of the hill. This h-jnk welcomes your checking account. Wo feel sure that you will agree it is more s.it i-f.ictorv to p.iy by check. It i an .iiil o saving, loo, for you w.ll find that ou arc not so likely to spend as much moiie) if ou plicc it in the hank. OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT NOW, WE'LL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU HOW. "NO DEPOSITOR HAS EVER LOST A DOLLAR IN A STATE BANK IN OKLAHOMA." Bank Of Elgin h'M .'.' JC. VJ,S f 'W'.P 't. Ji ,'jA .. . ' 'ft--fe-JiTC. - .o - v . -;; o.iiq. jrrivr -L V V King's Dehydrated --' Ve. .. i T 4 Fruits g Vegetables t i A STATE BANK .H--r-: ELGIN, OKLA- Your Best Apples When you buy apples or wool or lumber you expect to e-"t the era de you pay for, equivalent to the sample shim n Real Chi ivliaiis sell eooiU only on this basis and strive to do even a little more than it expected The Golden Rule Works in Business Treat your fellow man fairly and yon will he surprised at the fair treatment )ou receive in return. '1 he principles of the Uihlc are eternal Know thcmi follow them. You will never regret your action lleipilar church attendance will strengthen our determination to he inwardly what you outwardly apnear. ; Also a Nice Line Of CANNED FRUIT And a full line of groceries, shoes, dry goods, flour and meal, dried fruit and kerosene, we do not mix them. i Yours anxious to please, t L.C. Coffin, Prop, t t ---- - - i Daughter At Pueblo. Bought Koehler Park. .J. H. Willhite and Don Brim skill of Liwton have ju-t recent ly purchased Koehler park at that place of M. Koenlcr and are making extensive improvements on same as a pleasure resort for the mi miner season. Mr. Willhite has just finished his work .is a teacher in the Lawtou City schools where he has b.'en re-employed for next j ear. He is reported in very poor health and has probablv taken up tins work in order to have outdoor exercise. Don has just recently returned from his u.n U in the state university at Not man. Royally Entertained. The following lines are copied from a letter rcrtived b Mr. anil Mrs. John Voel.ke from iheir While the proceedings of ihc daughter in flood stiicken I'ucb Group 1 edltois at -uail.iik Ft i- ' lo. day m a j not be of any particular, "Yon folk can't reali.e the interest to I'iiampion readers. I flc-olatioii and distress tin- city yet n is a courtesy due the Ana- :s under We can sure be din ko commercial club thankful that we live a ways out of town and that ve have a roof oyer our heads yet. This June the 9th and trains aie not running yet. We git our mall by airplane. A number of planes are here from rt. Sill. Free Express The cxprcsa companies have given out word that thev will car rv any package to tin- I'ucblo flood sufferers free of charge. Any person wishiiiK to "lp the flood sufferers can take thrir articles to the express of fices and the companies will do the rest. t 4 V V v t SIX GILLETTE BLADES WITH HOLDER $1.25 PREPAID In Attractive Case Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded This offer for n limited time only. Remit by money order or cash no stamps. Frad Razor Co. 1475 BROADWAY NEW YQRK CITY tof - to men tion the royil entertainment that was provided for the editors at the noon luncheon. The editors feisted and then rested wlrl some able address es were ui veil for tin ir cntei- tainmcnt. I lie county indue of iti1p ...holu eliv of Pneldo iv. noth I'addo count vjjave the address. i ;frn, ,t utter' ruin. Nolhinir is of velconie to which a response ),.t ,ut the nomes in the siib iias made b Stale S-nalor J(, , rbs. The new buildings that . I. Johnson of Walters, who haVWe,.,. jst built last ear are miiiitlv lieni addeil t. the stalT iK,f j,c, ,,s the postofliie, the ol the V.i Iters Knterpi ise. cit hill, and court lion-e; all the In elTectiiiL' the permanent or- 'ther bii; buildings will be ram in fur (itomi I tlif foll.i.i.. wrcck'-d or blow over before olliccis wore elected for the mey iiitnoie oown aim kiii some , more people. The water nearly covered the 'Union Depol so you can imnuine what it was like All of Hie via j ducts and bridges are condemn I d: there are no gioccry stores Meft. only the lew scatleied j through the subuibx. I 'I he Red Cross is taking c.ire iiif evervthinu, fecdim,' mid cloth- l n ir the homeless and (,'ettmi; j messages to and from homes, as we cannot uct to tne teiiurapn ollice. We are both fairly well. Iilla Voelzke Wood, 'i'his letter was fi days tu-roule. icc-presi. inu'i ensuing vear: II I W-Mtpnuel. president, Kl- UIO ClIAMI'ION. A W. Anderson, dent, ('ordell Beacon. H L. Tilt'in. sprretarv-trcas-urer. Anadarko Tribune. The urxt nieetiiu' for Croup I p'lito'"s was m( for SatUfda, Aufjnst 2(1. at Medicine Park in Hie editors' clubhouse. Predicts Lower Prices. ' At the luncheon given by the . lniinercial club in Anad.irl.o I' i id.iy, an auctioneer, who is m the employ of the lederul ao ei nineiit, and who was ihere aiii lioiiiim lots in a recent addition I to the city, gave a very instruc tive address. Slid he was born 511 years ag at Taleiuah when hi" father was at the head of one of the Indian agencies, That he had been in the employ of tlu government cvnr since he was old enoug t to iwoik. '1 bat lie had traveled ov-) er the entire United btale,. and into foreign countries and that Oklahoma is the best state in the union. Hi- sinl you could put a high wall around Oklahoma and sliul it away from the rest of the world and there were prodmts of evei y kind produced within its borders to sustain its people. touching mi its wealth he said Tuls.i surpised anv citv with a total of 417 millionains mil that i recent statisiics sho.ved Okl.ihi -, ma lirst in hei wealth per capi ta. I He said he could not reveal the souice of his informitioii, but stated that farm products would take .mother (hop this tall and' he urged the editors to adiisel their farmer fi lends to sell all crops before beptrmber. PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN On The Elgin Routes. ,1 1 QmW OftMtSL - 'lliu t'lircrftll Iillat lm IioikIin nt Hie WrimK Time Iiiih innili1 Mure Kn. rmli'x ) lil ttntlnipl) raililiiiiaiiiiiix i tliiiu w Kahicr. lie IimikIik uIiimi du ItniK af )ur iftui, anil nf the I'lsli tlmt Cut Ann)', nml ulien ;mi I'll II un flip lei- lie iiciirl) IIuvIh it Itlli. The only Time In- cet' Si-rlmi'i Is when joti Sprint; n Kunin StD'y. Oiled Roads. Citizens of Anadarko and Gad- do county have oiled two miles of road on the Oark Trail, ex tending east from the south east corner of the city of Anadarko. A stieet spiinkler was used ti apply t lie oil. The first coat cost $000 per mile ami the inten 1 tiou is to give it three coats. I Ye scribe rode over the two I miles of toad Fridav afternoon and found it almost like asphalt pavement. Though heavv rains had fallen a short time before, no mud nor water was lo be found on these two miles. It turns water like rubheroid and no mini is ever produced. And it will neve get dusty. The only Haw in the road waH found where there was sand, The oil does not harden the hhu any and rigs cut into it like no oil had been applied. This is, to be remedied bv placing lock and dirt over the sand and then ap ply the oil, Made A Qood Race. Miss Anni Staiiffer. who has bi'n al tending school at King fishei. returned lo Iipi on route 2 the latter part of last week. Martin Hie, the star rout1 car rier, filled to reach Klgin Mon day on account of high water o yer the bridge east of the Ozark trail. Carrier Buckley went around t' his route Monday in mi open ' . . . . ... buggv with no top, I hough the rains poured on him most of the wav. Singing Convention. j The singing conventior held last Sunday was a grand mic j cess. The muddy loads and r.iinj weather did not keepawai i leaders fioui different p. iris ol the nearby country uhoweie 'present and kept the singing go ing until a late hour. Tin. nirnir ilinn.'r iims sttrpntl Mrs W. K. Sessunis and two,,,,, al0l,jj tni.ij. in(1 ,)1)SL. w of her rhildtcn of ionic 1 have a,uld not come sfiil their ba. been under the doctors cnrctket f, to ,1Pp ftMM e clow( this week. , who came from a distance. Carrier Winters of route A did Nl.s, Clinveil,mil wjU lic faciei in not mliueanyof his unite Mon- Sterling in Septeinber. day on account ol the heavy ram Contributed and mini. i Elgin Wednesday Markets. l Corn Wheat No. Onts Shorts Mill Itmi Hran Kafir per. ewt,.... IlogM Crtatn Iluttor K!K' Ih'iiH Old HiniMterH The Shriners of Oklahoma held a state meeting at Chickacua Fri day. The Frisco railroad run a special train through here and 'the Rock island attached special coaches to its regulir trains to .in carry the Shriners from South l.X'i western Oklahoma. 3:'' Those who have recently bc l.liO1 coine ;i2nd degree Masons are 1..VI thpn eligible to become Slniners 1.6" J and one person among the candi - H' dates taking Ihc work is voted a '.7a nice ring. Dr. C. W. .Joyce of ..'M Fletcher was in the race for the ri ring and just Licked two totes of la" getting it. ll "i j Try the Champion three months 1 for 35 cents or six months for CO Harvesting Potatoen, The spiing crop of Irish pota toes should be harvested early, that is to say, when the plants begin to mature as indicated by the plants beginning to turn yel low in the diffi rent portions of the patch. Do not expose the potatoes to the sun at harvest lime. If the patch is rather large and it appears necessary lo dig during the heat of the day. pick the potatoes up as soon un they are plowed out of the ground Do not permit them to be exposed to the sun. Handle the potatoes caiefullv in order to prevent bruising them. After th" potatoes are harvest, ed store them in a cool dry place where the sun will not shine on them. A dry cellar, cave, barn loft that is airy or under a house that is well drained makes a sat isfactory orace for storing tin In no instance pile miMin I Purebred Durocs Henry W. Hasenbeck GEORGE M. MALVERN Oil Lands, Leases And Royalties Leases near drilling wells Farm Lands, Loans And Insurance Private money to loan on farms Sterling, Oklahoma To Celebrate Among the neighboring towns that have decided to cilebrali the 4th of .July are Cyril, Ana darko, and Carnegie. Slate Sen n tor Jed. J, Johnson of Walters will deliver the address at Carnegie IC IM ADDCADC HW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PLEASE SETTLE UP. WE NEED MONEY. .spring crop the ootatoijs higher than tin re i cents; von may like it: others do. or four iiuhes deep. A. & M.C. Sunday School Report. Following Ib k'vch a report of the Klgin Methodist Sunday school of the attendance and collection hint Sunday, CIhuh Attendance Col. Hlble 6 $.20 Star (Young people) 14 ,4f ConiuerorB (lloyn) 11 .27 (ileamers (Girls) 11 .17 NEW MEVT MARKET have just opened u meat market in the West building where the City Lunch was. Call on us for fresh meat und we will treat you right. Claud Hayes TO COOL COLORADO ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES ARE NOW ON SALE For additional information as to fares, routes or sleeping car innervations, 'phone or write .1, W. Biker, Ticki-t Atfrnt. Frico Line I'ltfln, Ok la. . Sunbeam (Little folki) 6 .05 j Officers ryl Teachers 4 .i ToUl 62 ?!.M r.