The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920 Page: 5 of 8
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•Alisa I'll King w:»« h-r.» from
Mangum Tuesday aftermicn.
M. Rticlmrt wastt Hobart vi.•
itor Wednesday afternoon,
"Mrs. Winn Orr spent the dav
with Grandma Leo Tuesday.
Mrs. W. VV. Adams, Mrs 1
Roden and Miss Gladys Roden
‘,pont. Tuesday afternoon in
Miss May Carroll, Miss HafolJ
Patterson, Miss Eddie Mae I
Christopher, Miss Burnett, Miss I
Glad\s Roden, Miss Nura Hanna, (
and Miss Clara Ilanmer went to
PrvgtW" for next wi k:
1 ,inn'l1,a at and Mias Clara Hamper went to Woman of I’lcusuro.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. IMu s are |j.*Lai t Saturday to attend teach* —»*~——■
isiting ins sj.-'lcr at 1 * * il1*'* meeti'g. JfRIl)AY
Cards and Cupid
Mrs Ed Noblett of Oklahoma
Mrs. Tom Lockhart of Man-i - _ . . .
. . ... t ity came in luesday to ho!j
•'uni spent luosduy afioinuon
a*-11 * ,l.i,i I,i,1 if,* I I /mv iirenart
v. iill friends here.
A. M. VNakelield returned Sat- jvir, win kh nmn
in day from a busintas trip to kV1111 Mh i Noblett and make his
New Orleans. ■ • - -:*1- 1-----
Miss Mildred I’ric. and Mi si
Edith Campbell wire Hobart,
visitors Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. F. E. Walker at I Mi
Ed Knn&dy were H »n:nt \isitei
Mr. and Mrs A. E. Hat vey ef
p,,rt were Lone Wolf visitoi
iiotne with her.
Still larger i oducti ms in mil
linery at Mis. Higgins this wet k
• , ... um Myi • • N
“Hero in Everything
Hull matin Garage
We are now prepared to re
charge and rebuild storage bat-
11 als hand part*
Mrs. C. M. Hick > and baby uf aU kimls We do all kinds of
F»ot to Frederick Wednesday to .......• . ,,
i 48 t f * E
R. M. M alt by of Burkburnett.
Tex., nnd Miss Ellie Pierson of
Lone Wolf were married at the
Baptist parsonage Tuesday even-
ing about 7;«J0, Rev. •). H. Ag
ofliciating. They will live in
went to Frederick Wednesday to
visit her mother,
C. F. Stringer made a business
t: ip to Hobart Wednesday after* j
Alonzo Morndl of Alex. Okla ,
is here this week repairing Pome
silos on the 1*. L, Wald tarni
south of town.
Miss Claudia Rich of Hobart
spent the past week with her
sifter Mrs. Robert Dodgon north Several of the grades of the
of town. school enjoyed hallowten parties
. _____- -------------, last week; the Eighth grade at
Mm. T. A. I,owe relurne.l lhc honM) gf Mr. and Mr*. S. M.
last Thursday from a visit, with A|exandcr| Freshmen at the
her daughter at Rocky aru: her, j , j Lafaver home and Soph-
son in Cordell. 1 omores at the home of Mr. and
Mr and Mrs. Howard Hibson
of Hobart soent Iho week end
vith her sister Mrs. W. I.
Mrs. W F. Sharp nrd Mrs. .1.
E. Sharp of Pleasant Vo'lev
werp shopping in Lone Wolf
Come out and see our shows.
. WALLAR & DAVIS, Bmp?.
The science of detecting and cor-
recting defects of the eye is a
profession in itself, and shouh
not he attempted bv inexperi
onrnl persons, as many limes
these defects and muscular in;
sufllciencies can be discovered
only by a careful and thorough
examination at the hands of ;
competent specialist. Why take
chances when my sixteen years
continuous practice in this one
profession places me in a posi-
tion to guarantee absolute cor-
rect diagnosis in the most dilli*
cult cases? ,rr„nnn
Dr. F. M. KElSEIt
Hobart, Okla. Phone 121
Oyer * Dixie Store”
Mrs. J. L. Mdlirons.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Williams
announce the birth of a daughtei
Mrs. .] r. .T r >11 r i c' < o o .) j homemade candy on sale at
jrugert neighborhood Eft M m * & Shelburne’s store next
The Junior B. Y. P. U- will
I ave chicken, cakes, pies, and
dav for a s’X week* visit wit1’
her daughter at Voth, T< \ns
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Harris of
(\otobo were pii’sts of R°v, .1
H. Agee and Mrs. Agee Satnr-
dav and Sunday.
Mr®. W. N Lansford wen*
to Bethany. 0!<1a.. Tuesdav to
Higgins & Shelburne’s store next
Saturday, *Nov mber G. Here’s
where you will lind something
nice for your Sunday dinner.
AT FOLLOWING prices
TOR HALF SOLES:
Ladies Shoes to No. f> .....SL B
Gents Sho s to No. 6-----
Rubber Heel Tips---------
S. E. Green Shoe Shop
1st door west Farmers Hotel,
Opens With a Rush
Continues With a Rush
And will Close With a Rush
FOR EVERYONE WUOAIIENBS THIS ARE OUR BOOSTERS
We appreciate very much the crowds that • -
are daily attending this sale, and even though
Saturday opening day the weather was very
unfavorable, our house most all day was . #
crowded to its limit and for several hours it
was almost impossible for the customers to
crowd their way through the aisles. We know
of many who did not get waited on at all,
though we assure you we did the best we
could and had our store room been twice as
large all would have been waited on.
If you have not yet attended this sale,
ask those who have, what they think of the
prices we are making at this
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Wells was the scene of a
toPotbanv. Okia.. in««v ; hailoWeen party last I hurs*
yi«t» h«- A»,,«rM«r who * »«*«*• .• • . when Mr,. Wells
.nesehnel there, jenterioii.ecl the your,* mirried
E^kel Fink of Route 1 r«-1 pe0ple of the town and a few
turned from Wichita. l\an. last j0^er fri^>n<ls. The liou-c was
r1 • .......*1'-' rki5''"f n° lr'r'1’ decorated with black cats, jack-
o’lanterns and other Halloween
suggestions and a witch in her
Tolbert, Tolbert & Reed
Tolbert & Tolbert
Attorneys and Counselors at Lav,
gnltetl-Y Abhtr»,’t BullJlitK
HOBART, • 0 ILL AH A MO
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Von
Tungeln went to the State Fair
Friday over the Orient. He took
a course in a mechanical school
Mi*, Dilip M*. SMbnrn* n*1* lu ,eU th® 8Uf*t’’
• « r \,d ii nnO
Miss Ethel Clayton attended
teachers’ meeting in Hobart
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lender
of Burkburnett were here
The guests went masked. Pro-
gressive conversation before!
unmasking, a eat contest, a con-
sequence game, pinning on the
witch’s nose were some of the
For Your Barber Work
First-Class Work is Guaranteed
Hot and Cold Baths. Also
Agents for Hobart Laundry
01 nurKnurneii wum c "— - —
Wednesday night visiting h'Sj amusing features of the even-
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Courtney
and bnbv of Chiekasha came in
Saturday to visit their relatives,
the Gregory family.
The hostess served a luncheon
consisting of sandwiches,
chicken salad, stuffed tomatoes
potato chips, cocoa, pumpkin pie,
p Gregory tairmy. and fudge in dainty hallowecn
boil bon dishes that matched ihe
Mrs. Nancy Cofha of Spring' ,,|ac.e cards and programs,
hill, Kan . has been here visiting; rphoSe wko enjoyed Mrs
OKLAHOMA LICENSE NO 372.
Lone Wolf, Okla.,
Licensed Embalmer and
day nr night
, „ i Those who enjoyed Mrs. Wells lisr/ixlf7
her son, W. P. CofTiaaml iamil.,. hospitality were: Mr- and Mrs. , L L____
She left fur home Monday.
, E. C. Teape. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs E B. Hacklev. wife of G- B- Samuels. Mr. and Mrs.
Rpv, ‘ Hack ley of Ihe M. F, Chas. E. II uper. Mr. and Mrs.
Church, visited here Saturday ] R. G. Love joy, Mr. and Mrs.
and Sunday. She is teaching at Otto Schmidt, Miss May Can oil,
Bethany, Okla. Mias Hazel Patterson and
Mrs Geo. Daniels, Mrs. C. F ________
Samuels and Miss Nell Dean | AUCTION I F
returned Saturday night from, ALLL10NSALL
several weeks, stav in Hot j Judge W. F. Ellzey will
Springs. They all come li0nre'sep his shoe repairing outfit!
improved in health. and household goods at pub-
Newly furnished with
modern equipment and
best conveniences. Ex-
pert workmen. We ask
for share of public pat-
ronage, South room or
Walker drug store build-
ing. Give us a trial.
C. F. STRINGER
Geo. W. Daniels returned Fri
day from a visit to Hot Springs,
Ark., and Paris, Texas, Mr.
Dr. .1. rALand
lie auction in front of his
Physician and Surgeon
hitu Mrs. l.»anic?ia v\ cni 11 c i . . £
Springs several weeks ago ex- good walnut furniture,
pecting to spend the winter, but stoves, dishes and many
the water did not agree with otjjer useful articles--all
Mr. Daniels so they have re-1 ^ gtuff<
Rooms up stairs in Strange build-
ing, west of Elite Theatre
LONE WOLF- OKLAHOMA
We want you to know about this sale.
We want you to come to this sale, for we want
you to get our prices on merchandise and
compare them with prices of others and then
you will know where it will be to your best
We are making prices in this 1920 sale that
is worth while. It costs you nothing to come
and see, and seeing is convincing. May I
insist that you come; come and be one of
the many to get a share of the great savings
this 1920 sale offers you.
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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/m1/5/: accessed April 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.