The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA COUNTY NEWS.
LONE WOLF, KIOWA COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY JULY 1 ». 1920.
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7 />e /IflnA Behind The Farmer
Ttie former who t'uils to take advantage of the se. vi-
tea cf the modern hank is placing upon himself the great-
est possible handicap in the managing of his buiinesa
The business of farming is. at times, precarious, and
no tanner can afford to be without a connection with a
strong, friendly bank, and a hank that is not only willing
to take care of him in times of stress, but ia amply able
to do so.
Come in and talk it over with us. x
ORIENT STATE BANK |
U)K MU 1 UAL GOOD
.mu lli< Mm lilt Omit**
Stait Right and Keep Right is the
Watchword ot ihc F. C. A.
Tu Stackhold’-ri of the KoiuirJ* Co
You can greatly assist the
Kuv Hodion, Jack K< iger.
rfbd Starling Leverett. who.-e
preliminary trial upon a charge
of arson was concluded this
afternoon, were acquitted by J 0
movement and aid th»* manager Justice of the Peace W. L. Hun- O
m carrying on the business if ter before whom the case
you will be guided by the follow- tried. I he prosecution was the
trg suggestions: 1 outgrowth of a tire on the night 0
I.st me know your condition, | of Feb. ’2.*>. this year when about
I your several needs; how much fujty stacks of wheat, the prop- 0
wheat you are forced or need to erty of Ray’s father. W. R. 0
sell at once; the kind of wheat, Hodson, who lives near Lugert, X
soft or mixed, etc. If you have burned. The State failed to pro- q
ordered an individual car do not duet* sufficient evidence to con- O
fail to surrender to me your vince the Court that the defend- 0
I order for this car. As manager ants were guilty of the crime;
of the Association I have made ; imputed to them, so he set them
shipping arrangements for our at liberty,
company as a whole; will explain
when you call at our office. Ours
are hard to get, but I will be
W. H. Murrell, who Ifv r*n ;hir
„ . . teen miles southwest of Hobart, | ®
able to secure more if individual j was kicked by n horse Wednes-,
i members will co-operate for the* day afternoon. A doctor fiom 0
benefit of all. Thi« is the only j here was called, a"d when he ( 0
plan by which we will be able to i arrived he found Mr. Murrell in 0
give an (q ml chance tj those
who are forced to sell to pay
The price of wheat is going
jup, and the farmer that holds
1 his grain may, after all, get
LOOK OVFR YOUR POIICY
Or, better still, let us examine it for you free of
The matter of increasing your present policies is
something which is necessary and vital and we
urge you to not neglect this important question.
Let’s Talk it Over
ORIENT STATE BANK
J. C. Jacobs, lYes. John W. Higgins, Cashier
a very had corduinn hut it is ; Cff.H.K*.K£0OOOO0OO$OOGOO
expected that he will soon re-
J. 8. Bradburn
the employed on the
f>;5 \ liars old,
niliilt shift of
J. C. JACOBS,
JOHN W. HIGGINS,®
best price. Tome in and see me the Hobart Ice & Bit: iog 1 o.f
and lets talk the matter ovei and [ cau^.t hi j I'.mu in a , .lley
come to an understanding. Thursday night, where it was
W. C. McBride, Manager crushed to a pulp. He wras taken
___A- ] to the City and Countv hospital
and the leg amputated just above
the ankle Thursday night.
To Friends in Lone Wolf
Ball Game at Cordell
Quite a crowd of I/me Wolf
It's a Go
At conventions held in Chicago
rooters went to Cordell Sunday . this week, represented by diff er-
afternoon to witness the bail out political groups outside the
game between Legion teams of i two old parties, amalgamation
the two towns. At the end of j was agreed upon with a common
the 4th inning our hoys had the platform andacommon presiden-
h»ng end of the score w'ith vic-
tory in sight, says our informant,
L. li. Higgins
See me for
NOW ON DISPLAY
Viking Separator, as good as there is in
the market; $10 down and monthly pay-
ments of $10. All repairs free for ttn years
L. H. HIGGINS
Sentinel. Okla., 7-17
Dear Hornbeck: I failed to
get around to see you before 1
left, hence this letter.
We want the people of Lone
Wolf and- community to know
that dining our short stay in
your midst we made the ac-
quaintance of many W’hom we
learned to love, and with whom
we regret much to have to part.
The Church, the business men,
and all flvere very good to us in-
! deed, and we wish you all to
W. P. Misemer, fo tnerly of
Lone Wolf, hut who has been
operating a telephone exchange
at Asa Grove, Mo., the past two
years, has sold out and will seek
a new location.
Judge James R. Tolbert was
knocked down by an auto, driven
hv Mrs Tolbert, Tuesday noon,
aud suffered several bruises and
had his collar bone broken.
hut by loose playing and errors have consented to a coalation:
made in the last half of the con-
test the Cordell bunch won in a
score of 14 to 8. The return
game is to be played in Lone
Wolf, Sunday, July 18. and this
means "one and,” with the test
game to be announced later.
The editor sat in his office
whence all but him had (led, and
he wished that every last dead-
beat was in his grave—stone
dead. His mind then wandered
Judge and Mrs Tolbert motored
know, we are grateful for every j down town, and he left the car far away to the time when he
word of kindness, every friendly on Washington stieet. Mrs. should die. and his royal editori-
association and every good deed Tolbert was watching an auto
Being unable to say a personal coming from the rear, as she
good bye *o all, we take this
method of bidding you all fare-
well and God speed.
Jesse G. and Mrs. Luton.
started to drive away and failed
to see her husband, who was in
front of the machine as it started.
He was knocked down on the
pavement. The injured man
w as taken to his huine, where
the bone was set and placed in a
Kanit d wheat is an improved
variety of the Turkey Red, and
was first developed and grown
by the Kansas Experiment sta-
tion. It lias proven so good that
this year there are millions of
bushels growing in Kansas and
In every case Kanred wheat,
has proven superior to Turkey
red, averaging fiom three to five
An outbreak of cholera in the
herd of fine hogs, belonging to
E. N. Smith, a quarter mile w'est
of the city limits, has caused 20
fatalities among his herd. The
remaining hogs are being vac-
cinated to stop the spread of the
Vaccines have been discovered
bushels tu the acre more, undfr I ‘«*«°P ho* «'iolera. blackleg. »nd
the same conditions. It is an smallpox, but nothing has been
earlier maturing wheat and it is!found yet Khich w'Hstop chronic ,=
claimed better for milling pur-
Single tax party.
World War Veterans.
Rank and File Veterans asso-
American Constitutional Party.
American Party of Tax.
Gore in Sentimel
al soul go scooting to
when he’d roam the fields of'
Paradise and sail o’er jaspar
seas, and all things glorious
would combine his every sense
to please. He thought how then
he’d look across the great gulf
dark and drear, that’ll yawn1
between his happy soul and |
those who swindled here, and
when for water they would call,
and in agony they’d caper, he’d
shout to them: “Just quench
At eleven o’clock on the morn-
ing of Tuesday, July 20. Senator
T. P. Gore will speak in Sentinel.
Voting day is close at hand.
This may be the last opportunity
before the primary for citizens
of this corner of the state to
the sky; hear the blind orator.
your thirst with
on your paper!”
the due that’s
Ideals and Happiness.
l-ss-lin^ luippiness results from
building Ideuls Into concrete struc-
tures Unit minister to human happi-
ness. The nmterlul things ot the world
have their worth, but even that de-4
pends upon the uses they are put to.,
Mnny a log wilunble for furniture
building hus been used to till swampy
pluees over which cord-wood was
a itiled. Aud the same Is true of
Ideals. To really count they must ho
fitted to good ends. Joy comes from
projecting yourself Into the future uinl
the welfare of the ruee?
Congressman Ferris. Democratic candidate for United States
Senator, spoke in the district court room at Hobart Wednesday
afternoon to a large crowd of voters. The speaker seemed to be
at his best and Gore’s war record was assailed in vigorous style.
Following the speech Mr. Ferris was escorted to the J. A.
Portwood farm between Hobart and Lone Wolf, where he was
entertained by Mr. and Mrs, Portwood at a 5 o’clock dinner.
Among the invited guests were the following from Lon* Wolf:
Dr. F. E. Walker, E. R. Chriitopher, W. F. Ellzey and W. F.
Prom her® Mr. Ferris started itv « high-sp**4 suto for jfoydar,
where be was billed fur a speech that night.
Tnis wheat has passed the ex-
periment stage in *he places
where it has been grown, and 1
feel that it will be a great thing
for the wheat growers of Kiowa
County. This v heat will cost a
little more than the market value
of your wheat; but it it will re-
turn three bushels or maybe five,
to acre more, it would be a good
If you are interested in secur-
C<£operation among farmers is
developing on a satisfactory basis =
in Oklahoma; it is aiding greatly |
in making farming more profitu- =
ble. 1 =
It is believed that potatoes ~
were first grown in South Amur- £
ica and that the Spaniards took =
them back to Europe when they |
overran Peru. Potatoes were £
later introduced to Italy, France, £
England, Ireland, and to North £
SAFETY, SECURITY, SOUNDNESS.
These things the farmer demands of his banker,
and we compliment ourselves that we live up to
Our methods and system enable us to be of real
service to our depositors and to the best inter-
ests of the community.
The downy pillow of an account with The First
National Bank will prove a source of relaxation
ing some of this wheat, taik to
: your banker about it or see the America, in the order named.
, county agent. . Closely Related.
L. E. Charlton, County *Agt. Rob was born th. .same day ns his
cousin, Helen. Both children started
to public school at the same time and
the teacher was a family friend of
Helen's, but did not Know Rob. On
asifnj Helen if Rub were her eeu? u,
she replied: wl[v8, WMSfuitf; »tnl i
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When brains and hands work
together the maximum of ?ucce?s
16 assured Neither cau (ia muck
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OK LONE WOLF =
£5, M. Alexander, Cash. R. G. Love joy. Asst. Cash. =
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Hornbeck, W. W. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920, newspaper, July 15, 1920; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172737/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.