The Kiowa Chronicle. (Kiowa, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA CHRONICLE.
Vol. 11 — No ?; |
KIOWA PITTSBURG COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY JAN i,
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^ Officers Installed
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A Han’s Greatest Joy
Comes through the knowledge (.1 having done
something well — better than any one else could
have done it. It takes time and honest, con
sistont effort. Into the business of this insti-
tution we are putting the best energy and
thought of its officers and directors Jtis our
constant effort to adapt the service of this bank
to the increasing needs of its customers. The
success of the effort is measured by >ur stead-
ily increasing business. That those who are
associated with this bank find its services sat-
isfactory is our strongest endorsement. We
place the services of a good bank at your com-
(,. Lee, as judge, superinten-
dent and weigher, respectively,
Pittsburg county's new public 10 the only officers re-elected
(officers were duly installed on|'n i'u'l‘l,l",,r- News Capital.
New Years day, and as a result,: „„ f ,
... ^nortage of Coal
many new faces appear at desks
in the court lu>us« today. One May Hasten Sale
officer. County Judge S. F. MeAloster, December MO
That tin- shortage of coal
throughout the United States
will be an inducement to the na
tional congress to provide, dul-
ling the present session, for the
sale of coal and asphalt deposits
A Pressing Need
Drown, will not be sworn in for
his m-w term until Monday of
n t, week and two others elect-
ed in November \V. S. O’Neal
as treasurer, and T. T. Lewis as
superintendent of public in
struction—will wait until the-of the Choctaw and Chickasaw
first Monday in July to begin j Indians is the belief that the ex*
their terms. «>f the rest who k-cutive committee, of flu Okla
were sworn in Monday, all hut honiaassociation lor the sale of
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o Kiowa, Oklahoma t
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I A. G. Lee as county weiglier.
'are beginning their first elective
; terms of office. Countv Attor-
ney Carl Monk and Surveyor B.
! E. Clark hold over from the last
term but both were appointed to
fill vacancies during the last two-
The officers sworn in were
the segregated coal and asphalt
which |has just taken steps to
push for immediate passage the
bill which is now pi-mUne- in the
1 nder existing laws no morel
coal land can ho leased, so that
•100,000acres of the segregated!
area must lie undeveloped until
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John O. Pierce, E. M. Harraway i the minerals arc soM
and Chas. Hess, commissioners;! A committee composed el Al-
, Carl Monk, county attorney;
Thad Conn, sheriff, W. J. Kin-
'S driek, county clerk; Mack Les
ter, Court clerk; B. E. Clark,
surveyor; A. (!. Lee, weigher; A.
X I1'. Holliday, assessor.
+ John O. Pierce of Kiowa, mrm-
ijj j her from the second commission
♦ j ers' district, was namod chair
T j man uf the board, the election
len Wright, P. R. Allen, E. T.
Richards and J. Roy Williams
has been named to visit the na
tional capital early next month,
to work for the proposed legisla-
The bill for the sale of miner
als has been reported favorably j J
by the secretary of the interior I $
and the house committee on- in-11
No doubt you need a good many things, most
"f us- do. One of the things you need in a ’ busi-
ness way IS the friendship of n good strong bank-
if you are not already a patron we invite you
to become one, and wt* will assure you that we
stand by our friends Ask any of our customers
and see. Our record in the banking business in
tins community is an open took and we are justly
Proud of it. This is n good bank for you
PJ1C Taxes are now due and
■nay be paid at this bank.
T. D. EDWARDS,
\ We Can Please Evt. Taste s
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! taken place by unanimous con- idian affairs and lias been approv*
*'* " ed b,y both governors of the In
sent on motion of Mr. Mara way,
seconded by Mr. Hess.
The new commissioners as
sumo the reins of the county’s
business under the most auspic-
ious promise of success. Mr.
Pierce, the new chairman of the
board Is a successful farmer re-
siding near Kiowa and Pittsburg
and lias hact much experience in’
public affairs which will undonbt
edly make him a valuable presid-
ing officer of the county’s busi-
_____________________________________^ ness board. The other two mem
“ O hors. K. M. Harraway of Quin*
NONE 11 ETT ER
___=_____ ▼ ter., are both practical business
----------- ------——- £ | men who have made distinctive
^ i success iii their respective lines.
^ M r. ilaraway is a merchant. Mr.
O ; Hess is now in the dairy busi-
ness but for a number of years
"O i was connected witli the local ice
* They succeed J. L. Kirkpat
$ rick of Haile,yville, Iff A. Thomp*
♦ j son of Kiowa and John O’Toole of
______j Carl Monk, who is beginning
his first elective term as county
Annual Reception j attorney, was appointed to the
The holidays was ushered in vacancy caused by the ousting of
with a number of delightful so- j John Crow. His few month’s
i Rowley Mercantile
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PALACE DRUG STORE
Eyes Examined Classes Fitted,
Amusements at the
Thursday Jan. !
Original Dewey Okla. Round
Up in r> parts, held at Dewey
and Kansas City, also Flynn
and Dillon Prize Fight.
Friday Jan. j—
Metro Feature. “Rosemary,”
featuring Marguerite Snow,
Saturday Jan. (i -
Cold Seal Feature, featuring
.Malvin Blevins, Neva Gerber
and Carl Von Schiller in “The
Castle of Despair.”
Monday Jan. s
The Hawaiian 'J’roubadors, (i
people, in grand music, beau-
tiful voices and native dances.
Tuesdayl Jan. (i -
Wednesday Jan. lb
Peg O’ Ring, 11th Episode.
Mr. Wilkins and family are
moving to town this weak.
gtiuiu so- “uuu ooju. ms iew monin e
cial events, the most prominent! service in the office indicate that
being the annual reception given Mie w‘ll 111 akc an aggressive and
*’ *' ” ” * -- • efficient attorney for the county.
Thad Con, the new sheriff, was
for twenty years in the cattle
business near Indianola. He
succeeds T. C. Collier of McAles-
W. J. Kiudrick, the new coun-
ty clerk, succeeding W. S.
O’Neal has been a deputy in the
clerk’s office for the past four
years. Mr. O'Neal remains as
a deputy for the present but,
after the first of July will sue*
the M. & M. Club on December
27th at the spacious home of
Mr. and Mrs. YV<er A. Evans.
Rook was the game of the even
‘ ing, thirteen tables particiting.
Miss Cladys Parker won high
score for ladies and Dr. John-
son for gentlemen. Christinas
and New Year suggestions were
carried out in decorations. Re
freshmeuts in courses were
seaved by Mrs. C. A. Johnson,
Misses Parker and Evans.
Delidhtful music was furnish-
ed during the evening.
dian tribes, Douglas H. Johnson
of the Chickasaws and Victor M.
Locke of the Choctaws. Early
passage by the house is hoped
for, in order that the senate may
have plenty of time to act on the
Ihavo four farms—H-j acres.
100 acres, 120 acres, on tliu “Big
Prairie. ’ I will sell these farms
to actual farmers at a reasonable
price and on terms that will en-
able you to pay for them.
Walter A. Evans.
The man who Is particular about
the Cigars he smokes is also particular
about the Candy he gets for his loved
We carry the leading local and the
nationally advertised Cigars and Can-
dies and we keep them fresh to insure
their tastiest flavors.
Whether you spend a dollar, a dime,
or merely your time we’re always glad
to see you.
J The Home 6f (loot! Service
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l Jraggs* Cari!- to°M r" -mil ^!\1 rT Ceed A' A' Watsou ils treasurer.
Braly, Misses Nichols. Paul Nun-
nally, Mr. Rawlins and Douglas.
Substitutes—Mr. and Mrs.
i Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Cus
I Jordan. Mrs. Hancock, Misses
Cunningham, Taylor, Jordan:
Mr. Joels and Freeman.
The following party from Kio-
wa attended the New Years'
banquet of the Scottish Rile
Masons given at McAlester Mon*
Mark, Lestei- and Miss Finet-
tie Freeman, Mrs. L, H. Taylor,
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mrs.
Nichols, Mr. L’and Mrs. H. G.
Hancock, Charley Joels, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hancock, Mrs. C.
1). Free?.#. Dr. Mlllsaps and wife.
Mack Lester, the new court
clerk succeeding Ch is. L. Ileffey,
has been a deputy in the same
office, in charge of the work in
the county judge’s office.
A. F. Uolladay, who succeeds
li. Dulaney as county assessor,
served for a number of years as
deputy under E. A. Jones, so
that the work of his office will by
means be new' to him.
13. E. Clark has been county
surveyor for the past severa
months, having been appointed
to the position to succeed T. W.
McLaughlin, who resigned that
he might devote more attention
to private enterprises.
S. I-'. Brown, T. T. Lewis and
On account of the shortage of cars at the
factory NOW is the opportune time to
buy you a Ford or Bick. We have a
large stock of Fords and Buicks in our
to make your selection from
1-’. O. B. KIOWA.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
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Dennis, J. J. The Kiowa Chronicle. (Kiowa, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1917, newspaper, January 4, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139318/m1/1/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.