The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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The Kiowa County News ^SSSSS
W. W. HORNBF.CK, Fditor tu disavow h«. r oblignttnns Pres*
LOffi WOLF. QUA- Not. 4, I WO "ent.'t‘J.
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Published Every Thursday
W. W. 1*4 fLi'iic Bortkuk J t Owuo
iBi.MrrtiUMPenoSc* 11 Woif *
«. Cl C4M M*U SMl»f API *»• **»_
repeated oc<**ri< n ; u I civ de*
1 clared that M xico will respect
all rightful cfi. ms du'y proved
as such. submitting I * rself to
I the recognized principle of in*
• ternational law.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
WORKING AT HOME
Production of Sound American
Citizenship the First Aim,
Says Dr. Farrand.
OlMlU___________Twenty CM«» ■'
Iw.’-r* HP* —-• • t"rl
«E I \N NOT t -e MKT-
Ofl* JfM ....
Hard in at Elected Presidt
and Decided Gains in
House and Senate
Ob th* budic** of every member of
tl.* Junior He 1 Cross *r* th* word*
i serve 1 nut tell* tb* *tory of the
•< l,'x>l i hlldren • branch of th« Amerl-
an It* 1 f ro** nod It* *<forts to brtug
h*M>l»e** to children throughout the
Realizing th*t the time never *•»
«o propltloo* *v right uow for tenrh*
lig the hlghent Ideal* of cltliell'hlp.
James M, Cox of Ohio
For U. S. Senator:
J. V. McClintic
1 the entire present profrtm of the Jun
i . . | tor It I < t - been fran
The G. 0. P. Invaded theL,1# Xl.ry phru-. ‘Training
South and West, Plucking! for CUlzert»hl|> Through Service for
T' .1 .. . tHt* Punster other*. Since the Junior Ited <
Feathers from the Rooster lhrough which th*
Going and Coming. 1 ■- * m
It is impossible to give com
plete election returns at thi*
time. That we have had a land
slide tu the Republican ticket.
! however, is a sure thing. Atom
ran l(**d f’rox* re***he» the *<*boolboy*
aod the whoolftrls, ill It* BCtlrltl**
»re designed ’o com* within the regu
lur *chool program, nod without creat-
ing new i our***h or Increasing the iium-
ber of »tu*lle» to lend It* aid In vitaliz-
ing the work of the schools.
"The thing that 1* needed,” **.'* t>r
B. Y. P. U. Prognm
leader, Miss RenaCogdill.
Song No. %
Scripture readirp—K<*v. 20:1*15
Inez Crane. Eva Iu» Faver.
What a World War Meant—
Arb:tration Cannot Bring Peace
Special music —Euna Davit.
Hear the Word of
Seeking That Which is
How to Have a World Peace —
Poetry—Cl a Mae Moore.
Song - 197
Let us have all the B. Y. P. L\
members out next
attend our services.
Red Cross Electlou
Be sur. and attend that
• ale now n at Mrs. Higgins.
Chicken Dinner Big Success
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
Church served a fine chicken
dinner elcc'i >n dav a' 50 cents a
ReuS'ins— Exa p|a^e Thev cleared the nice
«um of $85 65. They request the
Jehovah— ^ew> t0 express their ,sincare
appr*c:a*ion to all who helped
horbid to make it a succes*. the ladies,
who donated towards the dinner,
those who helped with the serv-
ing and the public who pa'ron-
ized them so liberally.
The Red Cross election in
Line Wolf wi i I*** held in the
north room "f i !.*• First Nu’bnal
Bank. SalU'day afternoon,
Novem’ er C h All members
are requested to paitic.»• >i** in
the selection of officers fix the
Accordion. Sid**, Kr.i , H-x.
and Double B"X pl'-ati -g I
lengths. Mi si 1 ImJj And ms* •,
4$ 4t Hobart Ok la.
A fine boy arrived at the horn-i
of Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Ernve
Monday,*N wernber 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Har -
mons announce tic birth of a
eon Monday, N yvomber 1 M .
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sharp, af*
members out next Sunday and ter two years’ residence in D^-j Hammons was fonnerly Mi a
get seme pep into the LTnion and (catur. Alabama, have returned ^ g.j ,|wa e.
'find out just what our mission* to Oklahoma to stay. Whilei ---—-—
Mexico Ready lor Peace
After careful investigation the
governors of Texas, New Mexico
and Arizona favor recognition by
the United States of the present
g ivernmentof Mexico. They say
thst country is no longer tor-
mented with armed rebellion
and the peace sentiment over
there is strong with all the peo-
ple. The subject is now under
consideration at Washington
with prospects bright for early
settlement, looking to lasting
The Pesqueira, representing
the Mexican government, savs
in a letter to Secretary Colby:
“Dear Mr. Secretary:
‘While theinfoimal and frank
conversations 1 have had with
Mr. Norman Davis, the under-
secretary of state, have resulted
in a cordial and thorough under-
standing, I beg the liberty of
putting on paper the exact posi-
tion and definite desires of my
“As you know, and as the
United States must see, it is
new Mexico that facts the world
in pride and confidence. From
border to border there is peace.
Not a single rebel remains in
arms against the federal govern
merit, and a whole nation thinks
I an the to-called doubtful (Ute*
the Republican col
aries are doing. All young and looking for a locatiop ’hey are‘
old people are invited to attend visiting the parents of Mrs
the union. Come one and
F. H. Davis, proprietor of t »
iu mbiuiih »■•>- *---------- j Majestic Toeatre, is moving I s
all to Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. R. S Mvers. famj,y ^t,re from Carter. Tb ?
__ • ' — l - / * vx/ e;
will live in ih& (>. W. Simmm ■»
swung into .... .
umn. The Democrats are beaten
Not satisfied with a national
victory, our friends, the enemy,
have invaded Kiowa county
L ne W’o’f and Dill Township
went Republican, The three
county commissioners on tha’
ticket were elected and John I.
Hays. Democratic nominee for
county attorney, was defeated
by Geo. W. Martin, Republican
Geo. E Mitchell and S. D
t«H., "I* not a p^rin-tuaUon <*f the Jun
lor I(e*l fro**, hut the tralnln* «t»d
breeding of »oun<l American cltlrenshlt*
Inspired hjr the true, fund»mental
Wleul* of *ound deinnera'-y- °,ltf ,lf tl‘*
great conception* In making the Red
fro«* * contributor to better citizen-
*hlp In *>tir American denwracy 1* the
realization that after all the *ole hope
of any nation !» with the childreu of
The plan of organization of the Jun
lor Red Cross makes the school—pub
lie, parochial and private—the unit,
not the individual pupil*. Mutual serv-
ice, helpful community work such as
clean-up campaign*, <are of the sick,
pmiuotlou of heHlth regulations, par-
_ !, i, . u,:ii rpT.rp. tklpatloD in civic and putrlotlc move
Bailey, Republicans, Will r p u|| these creative agencies «le-
Sent KioW’U county in the state S|^n<1,| translate into life and action
lucrialfttnrp th* regular «<-hool program are part*
^ i \ | an 1 pannhlican of ,he “■cW,M-rjr which the Junior Red
Dr. J. A. Land, Republican!^ p)acev at tpe disposal of the
from Lone Wolf, won out for the <rhooi authoriiie*.
State Senate in the district com- Graded study courses giving prac-
state rvt' , tlca| meihods of civic training, supple
posed of Kiowa. Washita andllK
A. 13. in ;NTKU.AUCTIONEER
Pure Bred Live Stock
Satisfaction Guaranteed or no charges. For date. etc.
Phone 49 or write 120 S. Main St.. Hobart, uk a,
The pupils of Mrs, Wells v ‘
give a rfluvical recital Eii av
evening beginning at 7;2). t
the S’ h< ol auditorium. Foil*-* *
ing this there will be a b x
■ 1 1 _______* — supper foi the- bent fit of ; e
reBidence. Mr. Davis is '
experienc-d pic'ure sh > w n> n
aud wifi put the Lone W■ It
theatre right up to date.
Reduce Your Grocery Bill!
= pockets full of money.
McClintic goek back to con
gross from this district.
Harding carried the state and
j W. Harreld was elected Uni-
ted States Senator over Scott
Xotiee to Creditors
In the mat er of Julia A. Ellzey,
All persons having claims
against Julia A. Ellzey, deceased,
are required to present the same,
with tne necessary vouchers, to
the undersigned executor at his
place of residence at Lone Wolt,
merit, and a whole nation th.nks | Okjahonia, wAh.n ^ur^months
in terms of law and trder and wil, be t, ,,ver barred.
reconstruction. Alvarro Obte*
gon, the great soldier, states-
man, chosen to be president of
Mexico, is supported not only by
the coalition of parties, but by a
union of faith and patriotism.
“Mexico today is not merely
planning a future of happiness
and justice for all within her
borders, of our new strength
we are willing and eager to play
our proper part in the creation
Dated October 29, U'20
VV. F. Elizev, Executor.
Pinal Account Notice
Notice of Haaii g of Final Ac-1
count, Petition for Distribution
of said Estate and Discharge
mciiU-«l by pamphlet* and helpful aug
gpitlon*. are supplied to the lo<al
srhools b) the Junior Red Cross. An ,
elaborate plan for promoting an Inter j
change of eorrespondenee between chil
dren In different sections of the United
States a* well as with children in for- I
elgn lands la being deviled and will
take a prominent place In the estab-
lished classroom program.
In promoting the general cause ot
child welfare, Red Cro«s courses In
home hygiene and care of the sick, j
first aid, and dieting may be estab-
lished In all Junior Ited Cross Aux-
The Ideals and the objective of the
Junior Red Cross are embodied In the
pledge of service which the pupil takes
when lie sign* the membership roll and
pins on his rout the Junior’s badge.
The pledge which binds together serv-
ice and citizenship rends:
"We will seek In all ways to live np
to the Ideuls of the Junior Red Cross
and devote ourselves to Its service.
"We will strive never to bring dis-
credit to this, our country, by any un-
"We will revere and njiey our coun-
try's laws and do our best t* inspire a
Ilk* reverence mid obedience In those
'••We will endeavor In all these ways,
a* good citizens, to transmit America
greater, better and more beautiful tlian
Everyone knows that the old credit s.-etem ts
the most expansive way of all to do business.
No one can do a credit business of any size with*
out losses for those who do not pay. lh<» is
why we are trving the
Guest— “Lo< k hert! How In g
must I wait for the halt p uli»i
of duek 1 ordered?
Waiter— “Till someh idv ord i
the other half. We can’t go .. it
and kill half a duck.” Sucv< is
CASH and SAVINGS PLAN
Give us a trial. Save a little on each bill. You
w ilt find it real economy.
SELL TIIE FAMOUS SUN GOLD FLOUR
I H. P. DENNIS |
| At the Callahan eld stand :: Lone Wolf, g
Ti.e great tb *-i|s of v-«>r U
tr!W*phs of tl race, have not '
ct. comp) ’ * ho '■
tent merefv to hold their own or t
to get along." but by men who w< *
dominated by their ptirp*«e. hlted y »
mi overmastering .nthnsiaMii wl.. i
gw-ep* everything l-efon- it ns n t»:"i< ••
i torrent veep* wide .....
every obstacle that would bur il' i" ■
rc«.-- in Its mad rush to the sea.—New
£ POWER WEEK
.u I' f'/.nrp of Ki lWQ she wa* transmitted to us."
the County Court ot Kima flll„„inl0mi.is
County, State of Oklahoma. In
the Matter of the Estate of
William C. l*e, Deceased.
uui * ......- --------- Notice is hereby given that
of a new and better order that (jharles 0. Lee. the duly appoin-
... i-----1— e---ancj qualified administrator
uf the estate of William (J. Lee,
At the foundation of this school pro-
gram of the Junior Red Cross Is a
great love for America's children.
will lift ancient burdens from
the back of humanity,
“A first task of course, is firm
and enduring friendship between
Mexico and the United States
Not only are we neighbors, but
every other conside;ation points
to the wisdom of an understand-
ing that goes beyond mere
treaties and sinks its roots into
the heart of each nation. We
have the same political institu-
tions, the same aspirations, the
“Such a friendship is fas
forming. The governors ot
Texas, New Mexico and Arizona
— your border states —have al-
ready stretched out the hand of
friendship, voluntarily telegraph-
the president as their faith in
the stability and sincerity of
“Our business is to get this
friendship on foundations so
firm that it cannot be shaken by
the attock of reaction. Permit
me. therefore, to deal in detail
with certain slanders that have
not only prejudiced the people
of the United S.ates but which
have aroused much bitterness in
my own country.
deceased, has rendered and pre-
sented for settlement and filed
in said court his final account
RED CROSS ACTIVE
IN DISASTER RELIEF
Stab- 't OMo. City f Toledo,
I.ucas County, ss.
1 ..in.. J. Clicnty makes oath that be
is senior partner of the firm of C. J.
Chenev ft Co . doing business in the
r"y of Toledo. Comity and Slat*- afore-
said. and that said firm will p.i> the
.11111 of ox:: II UN PR KH POM for
each and every .-;,*e of CabirCi tbnt
i.timol He our - by ihe tis< i f 1IM.I.S
CATARRH ecu . FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn 1o before nie and subseribed
In rr.v prrsonoe, lids ilth day of Decem-
ber, A L>. 1SS6. A. W. Gl.EASUN.
Hull's Cnif-.rrh Cure is taken Intern-
aUv and a> i ■ iltroui;U the Blood on t j
M i. is Si., -o , - of i!.e System. Set.d
t( r ustlmoni.-'l*' free.
F .T. Cllt.NEY CO , Toledo. O.
Sold bv ail Priigei: is. 7fu-.
Hull s Fuinily l’ills fur consilpailon.
When disaster hits h community—
fire, flood earthquake, pxplosion, bad
wreck or tornado—the American Red
in said court ms Iiimi rross'ean be depaided upon to follow
^d8^r"dlinfm,“iorl «™ b,C - >- •"*
THE SILENT ALAMO DOES THE WOrtK
Call and see the demonstration
WRIGHT & HEAD, Sales Agts. Hobart and Lone Wolf
Rest? .rant and Bakery
J E. Vaughn, Prop’r
Meals Short Orders
Sell Bread and Pies.
sout side Main street, opposite
City Ice Plant
as such administrator «u>u ms <trlckl,n ppol)ie. Red cro«s relit
petition for distribution Of said aim08t Immediately forthcoming— 1
estate and discharge of admirvis- ciotfiinBi shelter and funds; doc
trator. and that Thursday, * -----—
Red Cross relief t*
clothing, shelter Htid funds; diK’tors,
the nurses and special workers with Ion*
18th day Ot November, A. D, experience In handling similar triubl*
1920 being a day of the regular elsewhere.
UCMI* a J During the Inst yenr, ending Jure --10,
term oi said court. - - -e WHg Hn average of four disaster*
October term, a D 1J20, at nine ^ inontb in the UnltPd .states, on*
o’clock in the forenoon ot said hundred nnd fifty commimitie.? i*
day, at the County Court room twenty-seven states suffered. Th*
in the citv of Hobart in said largegt and most destructive of thes*
county of Kiowa, has been du y were the tidal ware at Corpus Christl,
nnnnintpd hv the said Court, tor Texas, and tornadoes in Mississippi,
and the distribution of said es- ^ these events of horror RV> pen-
tate and discharge of adminis- were kmedi 1,500 were injured,
trator, at which time and place 13000 w,rf made homeless, about ao.-
any person interested in said es- qqq families needed help, the property
tate may appear and file his ex- |0S* was nearly $100,000,000 ami ai-
cent ions in writing to the ac- most »i,000,000 in relief funds, not in-
count and contest ihe same. eluding emergency supplies waf ex-
In witness whereof, I have, snffeiwi fr#m disaster,
hereunto set my hand and at- h
fixed the seal of said court, this Cross
ESoss-:^—- ■■ —-------
I HIGGINS & SHELBURNE
- - ■ ■ - —
All Orders, large or small, Filled Promptly.
Will have a car of Potatoes and Cabbage oa track
ii Mk. M. ML VV m. ^ mm.
We can be depened upon for best groceries and largest stock
with prompt delivery to all parts of the town. Try us.
year, the American Red
u.wu 11.0 ------ Cross gpnt $120,000 worth of sup-
28th day of October, A. D. 1920. pUf„ 110 Red Cro** nurses and »cvea
J. S. CARPENTER. tpeclal relief train* To meet th*
f SEAL I County Judge, need* *f th* *trlck*n. the ortanlantloa
Bv ELLA White, *et up ten relief stations, operated
' , Pnnntu PlpfU thirty food canteen* and as many
Dept. County Clerk ^gpncv h0RpttH„. One hundred
-- ■ 7~“T- 1 and twenty five R*d Cross charier*
We have enough election news, j|Saster relief service,
such as it is. Stop it or give us t If disaster, ever strikes thla te* n of
Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, for men, women and children; men’s
rubber boots. Full line of hose for the ladies.
IL ui AT uiaaair. .....
y own coumry. . la change; "Texas goes-. Demo*; ri«n,.«i
“Mexico cannot but feel deep* gratic,” or something iike that.
• * • v . .• . .. * ' ‘ • •
•tire hip iwu • *y-
fe*Bd to help theui Is evffjf
Higgins & Shelburne.
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Hornbeck, W. W. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920, newspaper, November 4, 1920; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172964/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.