The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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as well be
discontinued altogether. Add to
this the waste of duplication and
the extravagance jg appalling-
The Kiowa County News
•■'.MOiippi i: Par Y**f IB Adrorn*
Published Kvery Thursday
W. W. HORNBECK. Editor
Soldiers at State Fair
No man is infallible. We all
make mistakes. The state de-
partment of public health may
be erring in its drive to atop ty-
phoid fever in this state by in*
Elaborate plans are now being oculating citizens free of charge*.
but I don’t think so.
The reason for tlis bulletin is
that I have received a few com-
plaints mostly from doctors.
Fair *trainst spending the state’s
from Money to inoculate the people of
worked out bv various soldier
'organizations for a great victory
celebration on Monday Septem-
ber 22, Soldier’s day at the
Thirteenth Annual State
and Exposition to be held
W. W. iti Ha'Hc H irebrek
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I0NF WOIF, OKLA.,
Anf?. 7. ’19
City. For several years the ravaging diseases known to man.
apart a day for veterans of the j
Civil and Spanish American wars
and because of the successful
ending of the world war it is
planned to extend the scope of
Soldier’s dav and make it a vic-
The Search for Oil
Out at the St. 1/mis-Oklahoma
well the buildings are
pleted, the derrick
I,one Wolf School Notes
School begins September 15th
The usual dates for school
openings are either the 1st, 2nd
or 3rd Monday in Septeml»er. It
has been customary for Lone
Wolf Schools to start on the first
all com- i Monday but the 3rd is not neces-
is up and warily a late date. Many schools
machinery about all placed ready . have alwrys opened at that time
to begin drilling. In a few days, arid more are doing so this term
the regular thug, thug, thug of
those* who are finable to pav I
their physicians to have the vac-
cine administered the state will1
pro*ect them from sickness and*
death for two or three years’
free of charge.
I’he tvphoid inoculation cam-
paign will continue thruugh
August. You owe it to yourself,
your family your town your
state to avail yourself of the
state’s offer. I am pleased and
honored to be at vour service in
this matter and I am sure that a
vas* majority of our citizenry is
with me. —Dr. A. R. Lewis,
'fate Health Commissioner.
the drill will again be heard.
which had to be left undone o 11*19. age 42 years, 4 months
during the war, and, also, on and 20 days. His remains were
account of the adoptions of new ' brought to Lone Wolf, August
textbooks this year by the State, ^!’r burial.
,r. , .. j , The body was met at the depot
Iheoe adoptions were made lale|by ,he ,_„ne Wo|f Ma8,)nic 0rJer 1
Delay in arrival of maenhierv
has been a great annoyance to
the Lone Wolf Petroleum people,
but a car load of well casing ar-1 «•—« •--i i>y the Lone Wolf Masonic Order 1
rived Wednesday, to be followed and* therefore, there is likely, j together witli other friends, ac-1
bv the engine and boiler and iat loa9t for the first two weeks companying it to the Baptist'
Manager Daniels is now more Iin September, to be the usua! ehurch where a short funeral
hopeful of an early start of the . shortage and rush for books that; p?J8tor after which f j| ‘ wa8 f„,(*
drill. On arrival of the “mis generally follows a new adoption. j,,wed by a long procession to lie
sing links" business will start1' Prospects are bright for a city cemetery where it was laid
with a rush. most successful term. New to rest with Masonic honors.
— ■ ■ teachers, new courses and new Mr. Hull was a former citizen
The national administration ! equipment have been added, , bttle^o^that^ a year-ago he
has found it necessary to forget *n following numbers of thi- gold his grocery business here, on
political side-shows, stop blue-1 PaPpr nppear the names of j account of ill h«-:titli, and since
sky pyrotechnics and come down | the Faculty, articles explaining’ that rime h« ami his l'aniilj had
to the consideration of the bread th* new courses, the H. S. ;J'|s^|d various health resorts in
and meat question. The people |CourBe of and ! friends in Lone Wolf sympathize
change and titles o texts books, i with the bereaved wife and ehil-
John T. Eischeid, Supt. dren in the loss of a loving
----------— husband and father.
nwirvT i oeuc ! He leavps a wife- two children,
UKiEiix l liUl ALo five brothers, live sisters and
Mrs. John Lee and two little manv fiends to mourn his de-
They are the tough
tread tires and a
marvel in their re-
sistance to wear.
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Tim* to K« ilr«f
BIG TIRES—EXCESS MILEAGE
Strange & Graves,
are demanding relief from the
high cost of living. Press dis-
patches tell us there will be no
delay in formulating a "relief”
program. The main plans now-
under consideration are:
1. Institution of a drastic pol-
icy tow-anf all profiteers.
2. Government acquisition of
boys left over the Rock Island . . ,
, m , Mr. Hull was a member of the
by the way of Mangum, Tuesday , Masonic order in good and
to visit her son in Wichita Falls, lar
standing, a good neighbor
. .Tex., a few- days and from there ; at»<l a splendid citizen. Although
the entire wheat crop, paying! t0 Sunset- T t0 visit her ! not a member of the church, yet
the farmer the basic price of „ W(ipk nr dnv« in his last illness claimed to he
$2.2t> a bushel and selling to the ” ’ : prepared to go, and expressed a
American public at a much lower ' ' - Lyon of Wellington, , regret that he tiavi not lived a
price, the diirerence to he cared Texas> v,81ted w,th his sons Christian life. •
for not of tho S5lonnoft<i funH 1 Raymond and Jewel, we9t of To the sorrowing ones, I would
tor out of the $1,000,000 fund « f ^ on- « . say, tern* mber that Christ said,
appropriated in the last session _ ‘ * a d ^un a-* ! "Let not your heart be troubled,
by congress. David Hanlin out on route 5, ye believe in God believe also in
3. Adoption of recommenda- marketed his last wheat Tues-jme." J. H. Agee,
tionof measures which will at-; daV- Said he had near 3,000' 1 aslor-
tempt to put the country’s cur- bushels threshed on his place,!
renev on a basis approximating and ''hiie m towm placed his
order for a new- Ford.
Ten** t-' iit• !» .'*. l*i i < tiy . xp*v>i>«-d
Have ,»tr*-Ht wel^Ut iu leudiuy to i
the level of 1914 or 1915.
Miss Mabel Henderson is vis-
iting relatives at Arapaho this
John and Charley Ernce and
In the mails which come to
this office daily there is much . ... . . . _
duplication and much waste of i ?,n,l“,1 vl91t0ed *"•<* near
money to say nothing of the I Un,,te la8' Sundav-
bother to us in trying to sort out j
our mail from the “junk.” j Junior o. Y. P. U.
Mail is still coming to this \ “What Jesus Taught about
office from the treasury depart-1 Doing Our Best.”
ment, the census department, I Leader-Madge Hicks,
the war department, the labor 'Song, I’m Pressing on the Up-1
section of the interior depart- ‘ ward Way.
ment, the collector,s offiice. from i Prayer,
the Red Cross, the Belgian aid, ; Song. I Want to be a Worker,
the boy scouts, the Y. M. C. A.. Poem-The Best You Have-
the naval recruiting service, the : Leona Callahan,
aid to fatherless children of! Business and Records.
France, the M. E. temperance Song, Sweeter as the Years go
bureau, the National Chamber of by.
Commerce, the good roads bu- Scripture reading, Matt. 25:14-30
reau. the One Per Cent Tax Doing Our Best as Juniors.-
league, the Personal Liberty' Mable Henderson.
league, the Model License league, Duet, WiJIoe Mae Higgins Thel-
the public service hoards and ma Higgins.
commissions, the picture corpora- Poem. Who am I?-Annie
tions, the Sugar Manufacturers’! Lowery.
association, the coal operators, Being Faithful-Fred Adams
the packers, publicity bureau, Song, L-'ttle Sunbeams.
etc., etc., on and on without Some Talents That Juniors Have
end-all wanting free publicity— inez Crane.
all wanting something for no- Song, The Fight is on.
thing from some one that has to Prayer.
pay something for everything. I --
The gorernment and state Fruits?-We have it fresh,
publicity is so badly managed, is right off the tree.-Peoples Cash
so valueless from a nev\^ slaud- Grocery.
The Moline Rotary Disc Plow
JL. II. Higgins
Henderson Hr os.
COAL, ICE, GAS and OILS
Satisfaction guaranteed on anything bought from us.
We deliver anywhere in-town.
T TNIFORM airptessurein your
w tires means uniform wear
from them. Keepiyour tires well
filled. Make it a practice to
stop here at frequent intervals,
lest the air pressure in your
tires and use the (conveniences
we have provided tfor pumping
air ini® them.
1 his service is free.
Our Policy of
The same good J will to you
and desire for-good will from you
as prompts us in this service
also inspires us ini every service
V* e want you to fed free to
use every service, knowing that
where it Is necessary to place a
charge upon a particular service
it will be fair to both of us.
Come to us knowing also that
any service wall be rendered with
the utmost of efficiency and
Hepaik Hiioe Shop
Has arranged to take care of all
Shoe Repair Busi-
ness in Lone Wolf
whether the shoes be the
“Walker,” “Runover” or
some other brand.
Leave your old shoes at the Sam Summers barber
|; shop iri. Lone Wolf. A man from our shop will call
for their* each Monday and return same, properly
J repaired, the Friday following.
McEIro v & Marshall, Hobart, Okla
lmiom: •>*! “
It seems to be no» trouble at all
(to grow alfalfa ijn the
; lands around Lon e "Wolf.
it is when * of
Service - Certain Ssrtisfaction
LONE WOLF GARAGE, E.I. Hohmacn, Prop.! i™t
Jay J. Writer contracted with
the officials of the Granite re-
frirtilf* i forirmtory to cut and bale the
k'1* | entire crop on the shares. A
bunch of convicts Hie uuw at
To save a 90-
line hay Mrs. j 'Vu|k cutting the bay.
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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/m1/4/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.