The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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LONE WOLF, KIOWA COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY AUG 7. 1919
THE ORIENT STATE BANK
l.nne W'tilf. Oklahoma
J. C. JACOBS. Pres. I 0 DICKEY. V P. JOHN W. HIMINS. Cashier.
To Save Is to Have
jCouc It'oif Chautauqua
Suppose you save 25 cents a day. That
does not mean much to the average man.
You won’t miss it.
Yet that 2S eents a day in ten yeara grow* tu nearly
a thousand d.dUts And the interest, whu'h we pay
you tor saving your money, brings the total to
w*'ll over eleven hundred dollars.
Think of what you ran do with this.
Realize Your Dreams
Just a f<-w .eats of small but steady savings will
tiring you many of the thinga you ate longing for.
Eerhapa you want a < at Perhaps you want to buy
the farm next to you. Pei haps you want to start a
son in business, or to go trawling, or to educate
yourself or your children.
Saving will do all these. And best of all, you will
have formed the saving babit and will never be one
of the bine men
out of every ten
who pasa their
last years penni-
less-in the poor-
house or depend-
ent on others.
Aiternoon Session 3 p. in. - Night Session 8 p. m.
Adult Season Tickets $ 1.7*0: Child’* Season Ticket* 75c. Gov-
ernment lo per cent war tax pav able on purchase of ticket
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Introduction of Superintendent b> local people Cumberland
SiNGhiKS Mixed quartet! of soloists; unusual program Just
the program for opening Chautauqua.
Night Session Cumberland Singer*..Character Delineation*
RENA GILMAN ..Program with a real purpose, entertain-
ing and wholesome.
SATURDAY, A i/O. 8
ROYAL HAWAIIAN QUARTET Genuine, native Hawaii-
an*. Native music will: steel guitars and ukelele*.
oHiiild \ nil a H.mielo
Build You a Home
1 he Etna Building & Loan Co.
\\ill furnish you the money at u low iHte of in.
t»Test, Own your home and quit paying leaf.
5 OUlt COTTON
Night Session-ROYAL HAWAIIAN QUARTET Lecture1
L)k. Mattison Wilber ( hast
mental ami vocal music.
SUNDAY, A UU. IO
The Novelty Trio Big little company, instru-
Sermon lecture: Boh Whiston
Night Session - The Novelty Trio. Lecture, “Overseas with
tire Yanks’’..Bob Whiston..Twelve months “over there.”
Admission, afternoon, 35c and 15c
Admission, night, 50c and 15c
Buy Season Tickets Mow and Save Money
- protected against hail. We represent
Reliable Home Insurance Company.
i ' you want to buy a farm or
sfll a farm, ii you want to in-
■Vi (’ your property or your life
s< r- t he
Orient Loan and Realty Co.
*1. 0. Dickey, Mgr.
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High Cost of Living
that the chapter he draped in
mourning for thirty days, be it
cieve for ‘.hern government bonds | further,
“with a fixed interest return fo. j Resolved, that a copy of tnesa
t‘ver>’< hon*8t dollar that the> resolutions be spread upon the
Problem Tackled From Every Angle. hu^alJlv??te,i: . records of the Lodge and a copy
!■»“,sr.'r,2 trass trs
ference Strong Demand for Re- liahed in corporations. Which publication,
To watch thee and to bless.
W. B. Boulware
J. E Vaughn
Bettor Sires—Better Stock.
turn to Normal Conditions.
shall lease me roaas ana ir> .u
which the public, the operating |
managements and labor shall be
(Formerly Lone Wolf Gash Grocery)
the roads and . ,
»ere is no death! An angel
Walks o’er the earth with si-
1 hat the public, the operators1 n i *rea<|*
wane earners’ share I' b °Ur b“8t loved on0"
And then we call it death.
B.V (III* Associated Plans
Washington, Aug. 5. Orpani- an“
0 ! zed labor came out. today with . all revenue in excess of
the unetjuivocal, formal demand ^ guarantee to private capital
2 ! that private capital bp retired b\ granting to the operators and t here is no death! the stars go
0 from,the railroads. .the employes one-half the sav- down
0 1 A tri-parti te control composed] 'nKs which are expected to be To rise upon some fairer shore,
0 j of the public, the operating , fr|ade by such a perfected organ-lAnd bright in Hea .'en's jeweled
"171 • j management and the employes is Ration and to the public the I
1/ IFSt vJl*0Cd*10S 0 demanded instead. |other half as consumers, either They’ll shine forevermore.
Addressed to the American!By increasing service without
Everything Eatable |
Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Butter. Eggs, Garden
and Field Seeds, and all those extra nice things so
much in demand by the public We carry a large
stock and a big variety and fill all orders promptly.
public and signed by the engine-
ers, the firemen, the conductors
anti the American Federation of
Labor, a formal statement was
issued announcing this proposal
j which will be carried before con-
adding costs or by reducing costs.
He is just your loved one still
And loves you now no less,
“This role originates with la- i K,,ne away to come again
bor.M say8 the statement, “be-1
This is the slogan of a national
better live-stock crusade, to got
actively in motion October 1,
that is announced by the United
Stares Department of Agricul-
ture, working in cooperation
with the State agricultural col-
leges, county agents and other
agencies interested in live-stack
The plan is to hasten the re-
placement of the multitude of
scrub domestic animaln in the
United States with pure-bred or
high-grade stock, and also to
improve the quality of pure-
breds themselves. The goal in
view is greater elliciency in pro-
cause labor happens to have firm =,llil>ti,lll,>l>>M>l"»"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiliim3
organization through which itij>
may become articulate.” '*
The trainmen are not repre-
We have a full stock of the best groceries the
marxet affords, also handle the famous
^ j “It marks,” says the state-; sented in the statement because;!
® raent, "the step by which organ-j W. G. Lee, president of the !
0 iy.ed labor passes from demands brotherhood, was out of the city, ' §
0 for wage increases fo demands but it was said that tney join in . s
that the system of profits in in-
“HONEST ABE” FLOUR
jdustry be overhauled
0 OIJR MOTTO: Honest Weights and Courteous Treatment
Resolutions of Sympathy IS
This sentence sums up in a
few words, the proposal of
which there have been hints and To the Worshipful Master, Offi-
indications, but which is now and Members of Lone Wolf
laid before the country for the Lodge No. 371 A- F. and A. M.,
first lime. Everywhere in offi-j We, your committee to draft
cial Washington it is recognized resolutions of respect on account 15
S ^ " * Manager 0 ; as the most serious and far- j of the passing away of our much E
0000000000000000000000^0000000000 | reachintf proposition the country: loved brother, J. E. Huff, whom
| will be called on to face. j God called home August 2. 1919,
...... ' -------“ ! Characterizing the proposal as beg leave to submit the
— * | "labor’s bill,
HAKE OUR STORE
ITY MEAT MARKET
and ICE PLANT
it is put forth as
a remedy for the high cost of
s living, because the railroads are
Whereas, the mysterious Mes- 5
senger of Death has invaded our
= ! the key industry of the nation. j Lodge room and taken another;
It demands the “genuine co-! beloved brother fron? our mem- |
We are now in our new quarter and
better prepared to give you service
than ever before. Don’t forget that
= operation and patnership based berebip, we are brought to real- *
11 of which President Wilson sp,oke j to hiq loved ones, and dosed his §
s 1 to congress, and which the state- eyes forever on the scenes of §
on real community of interest; ize that in the midat of life we |
ana participation of control,” of aie in death.. He bade farewell 1
of which President Wilson spoke; to hiq loved ones, and dosed his
The Jlest of
| ment says, has b.een ignored bv i this mortal life. Sustained and
| labor and the private owners of soothed by an unfailing trust, he
a the railroads. | slipped at once from the light of
| “We a6ly,” it says. “that the this world into the light of His
£ railroads of the United States be countenance. With tear dimmed
2 vested in the public; that those eyes we gently lift the veil and
2 actually engaged in conducting with trustful faith exclaim,
Patronize home industry and be happy
Schmidt Bros• Proprietors
| that industry, not from Wail “Thy will, oh Lord, not ours be 2
2 street, but from the railroad done.”
= offices and yards and out on the His kindly disposition, genial
E railroad lines, shall take charge'hospitality and many «
of this service for the public.” make his death universally re- I
LONB WOLF QHAUTMJQim Augusts,
9 and 10. It is now in order to buy seasqn tickets.
Briefly, labor demands
That private capital be elimi-
nated from the railroads.
Th^t the private owners re-
gretted, mere fore, be it
Resolved that the sympathy of =
"5r. O KT STOTT
this Lodge be extended to his E
sorrowing wife and children, and 2wuuuuuum(iiiiiiii(iiiiiuiiiUMiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiUiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiuiiliiiiiii5
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Hornbeck, W. W. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1919, newspaper, August 7, 1919; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172734/m1/1/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.