The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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Tht* following "Flu” informa-
tion and advice cornea from State
Iiealth Commissioner John W.
There are feat urea of the in-
Tulk about moiature! We have
it in great gobs all over theatate
and ruin continues to fall; one
shower followed by another in
rapid Are order. For a change,
anow began pelting us late Sun-
day afternoon and there wan no fiue„/.a problem which not yet
let up till the evening following have been solved by medical
' —all night and up to about 4
o'clock Monday afternoon, the
storm raged and the snow con- Hiey have seemed to pro-
t r tinned to fall. I hen the clouds (jUC(J 8ati*faetory results, but
The Kiowa County News i,y and had »ci«r .an there itm i§ nMd for exlend„,
*?<,' u|, *\!at 1 ln 1 l* Investigation- Exer-iae, avoid-
“iitaoripiinn it * e*r v»»vio ^unny Southland. Snow cov- . ~
PuMiahed Every Thor.d.y nred ,he around to the depth nf """ of ,'Ti7
Ir„........ .......... ,____. from worry, plenty of fresh air.
science. Experiments have been
made with serums. In some
W. Hornbeck :
w W doa Hattie Hertbttk t t
" nt»r-<r»4 »( tR* Coil 0«0" n< u.ti» Wolf *
«*e ■ m<l ClM« Mill Unllkr Apr l».
four to six inches on the level
while drifts in the alleys and
Editor | streets about town often reached
_____ to a man's urmpits. Moisture!
I-" Why. *e,.tie folk,, the
lathe only means of travel in'
the “drouth” section of Oklaho*
regular Imbits. wholesome food
are desirable nf all times.
1 Unless prompt and far-reach-
ing measures are taken it is in-
I'lul.l I t Iff
l >Ui«f I uf»«
i*ti (*r flu n
Now it turns out that Senator
Newberry, who showed the molt
ij4. e#pir.Mii rtgures at the Michigan Senato-
nail lm« ■.•ohlM.POCrtj lit _t, . t u j ttflMf iffll*
P.' I ,M un» Ulaok uj* »rs« nl®OMOn’ is w ue in\esugu
io. por tin* *h..h ir.*»i«*n ied by his Republican Senatorial
demic will be followed in this
state by a marked increase in
the number of tubercular cases,
In addition, it is certain that a
number of our soldiere will re-
turn from France infected with
tuberculosis, provision must be
made for such oases, This pro
v islon can not he properly . made
BUHSl RIPTION HATES*
1 in" v"«r........
1 III " Ii out
. .. Mo
To recuperate after a severe
attack of inHuenza our Jim Mc-
Clintic has been over in Pensyl-
vaniu with a hunting party, but
is ug«in on his congressic nal job
Ht Washington, with his office
door wide open to all Oklahoma
I.r.ihro..- Hopuldioan b Individual.. |t U a mutter of
Pomerono and Kenyon have utlon. Ther, it „„
ashed that Newherry'a cerlifl- ,lllei,ion ihlt |t w(|| ha n.M..Vry
cate of election bo held up until ,Q B|- oonsil|er,|,|e ,um8 of
it Mcertained if ho used » In*' money. )t |, cerlai„. however,
hoodie fund a. he i. accused of |thllt ^ #ou|d not be better!
Most Miles Per Gallon!
That’s what you want in the ;• • v i buy. Hut that’s not what you
get if you let the smooth ale m; n uii lead you by trying to prove his point
with the gravity test.
It is NOT the gasoline writ ’if j’.iwity that gets the most
milaa per gallon—it is the g:< ' Hi • Volatility and the lowest
“the gasoline wth £he punch”
it i* low
punch into your engine
in both VolatiVy nd I 1
Volatility, whiuh niran U.e << i
which a given quantity of I Mild >. ■,
End I'olnt, tho tempernturc at it
aaine liquid atop* vaporizing.
You cun readily .-re that I<.’\ V
*ud low End Point will produco u
•~S full line for feutoniobllcn, trurlnn i ml
f gient power and Rmooth-
n tlu'.t will not rack your
.-it tin.* Iv d to give you mor«
oi thim the fihort, aharp
.i iiv on!; mry ginollne. Kor
i ! ;>ire Ga' olino develop*
. i ji; i gallun lor ^tutionury
-I!'., . n: % Kerii.ciu* for trsrtur fuel
find ligltling piupi)»e».
Sold by reliable (b alers a ryu'htn.
CH EW LE VICK COM PAN V
AT 1 It* A l> If
S. A. HENDERSON, Ageat
Oklahoma Division Office, II< rs!..> ,/ : i *. O'’ n m City, Oklahoma.
doing. It would not be such a
joke after all if Henry Feed
should sit in Congress as a Dem-
ocrat,- Mangum Star.
expended and there is no ijues \o greater service could he
tion that the people of Oklahoma rendered Oklahoma than to have
are coming to an appreciation of
, t hi j tact.
A train wreck on the Frisco,
ten miles southwest of Chieka-
«hu, was reported Thursday
night A freight train collided
with a passenger train. Six per-
sons were killed and many others
wounded. Particulars not ob-
tainable at this tim«.
Nothing should be allowed to
intefere with or obscure the
purpose of the Bureau for Re-
turning Soldiers, Sailois and
Governor Robertson’s plan car-
ried cut and erect and build
thirty million dollars worth of
good permanent highways in
, „ ... .Oklahoma. It would make more
Mejor Stephen Trowbridge. » (or ,tability convenie„ce,
Rat From Garbage Palin
HELP BRAVE BELGIANS
Amorican Red Cross Aids Wit:
Supplies and C mforts in the
Equipment of Valiant
I' K pa pi i1111.11 ly ini' i i-- in
it'iiii-i in know *ilu- i
Wiipk which ilu- An
< !ros ■■ has tluiit to ril i 1
- ,in lii'ii
()versea« dispatches announce
that all nations are bunding to
got her in favor of the Wilson
plan for a league of nations. It
*is claimed that penalties l’or war
makers and enforcement of peace
are the chief difficulties in the
rehef worker in Palettine. wnt«i hancemen, 0, falm value,, and
War Worker, to provide work of .eeing atarvmg people eat put con,enienM nf producerg am|
tor discharged men. Local com- of garbage paila. Many time, ,„arkeler, tha„ „m, „lher
mumties are charged, with this he has noticed women and chil- thing - Mangum .Star
duty and local and district coun- dren in the streets stoop to gc- . '
cils of defense are j.niportuncd ther orange peels from the mud Christmas in Armenia conies
by the Council of, National De- and thrust them into their J twenty-six days later than in the
tense to lend every aid to agon- mouths. In western Asia there' vVestern world on January 11*.
cies who seek to provide such j are nearly four million war >e- Qn Armenian Christmas Day
employment. Tnese merj should fugees who have suffered at the thousands of Sundav Schools in
meet with the least resistance j hands of both the Turks and the United States plan to give to
possible in procuring all neces-1 Germans, and who are pow des- the re|jef 0f thousands ot war] „ , .. ....... . ,
sary inlt.i mat ion that will pro- titute and in actual danger ot sult’erers in Armenia and the immit i--n v ;. .- j, i, • iJS,. ;l,
their meiils. .
Ii liiteil n|i recieiliiiui rooms fur
workers at nuniltimi plaiils.
It insialleil a eo-uiieraiivc rest mraiit
for ilie mililury per-oitjiel of ihe .Mari-
time Aaeiiey at I a; Ha vre.
Ii in-iailed showei liaihs ami a bur-
lre-s iii Ileljjiurn. Aiimiia the many
iliinas «l<ine for Kin. All rl's gallant
111 lie army by the lied Cross the iol-
■ Uiwinx are a few :
It estalilisheil a dining' room mn)
reinliim ami wriiina room at ihe ware-
houses in I.e 1 la\ re.
mote iheir welfare until they are
death from starvation,
in Armenia and
Holy Land. Two million dollars;
is the goal set for the ITti.OOO
Suggestions of a threatening
condition come to Ih^ Oklahoma
State Council of Defense from . . , , . . ,
the United States IVpBrtment 0f! irnp««onea tJurinr Ihe war bv
A steady decrease ,lle lurK,sh government, began
American PrisonernHelp Sunday Schools of America.
Immediately upon their re-
lease, Americans who had been
$100 Reward, $100
American army officers at Met-
ternich, near Coblenz, are now
busy checking up the thousands | Vabor , *......... .......... t(. r„i.-Af wnrk. amono. ,ilt, ,i„s.
of large calibre and machine 1,)r l;ll)or and a correa-. d 8tarvinK l)e0nies of
guns being delivered by the Ger- j pomlingf mcrease in supply ia • Agja Among
mans under rules of the armis- l'ontamed in weekly-wires irom . William
tice. Included in the list so far national employment agencies all ? er .
over the country. Only with the
co-operation of all employers can
Tho ri'atl**rs of thin pnpor will ho
plt-uH^d lii learn that thciv Is u( lensl ; ],,.)• , j, i, j- t ],, im; ,i s , in
In army iraiaim; n'tiiers Hii> Hod
j Cross .mu' liousoh' d mini ■ i*l;s, |.hollo-
are 7f»0 guns of the largtu
and 3,000 machine guns.
war materials should notify fed- j havin‘< lfrown ouf of lh<‘ h.e"’ *he
era I employment agencies in case1 A"«™'ans had given to Armen-
they expect to lay off men and'*an re'utfeeB*
Governor-elect J. B. A
bond issue for a permanent sys-
tem of state highways. We can
all use the improved highways to
advantage but that is a big in-
debtedness to saddle on our slate,!ab employers should seek these
am! in the languageof President | agencies when in need of help.
Wilson we think this bond issue! ------
is a question voters should ap-! Wjf SAViflgS MJmpS.
proach with "open minds.” j The Nalional War Savin((9
_ committee for Oklahoma sav that
Heinrich von Lckh.rdt, Ger-1 acc„rding t0 information being
minister to Mexico since I , . , , . .,
furnished by the various post-
masters throughout the state,
entirely too many holders of \var|
savings stamps are now serving
notice that these stamps are to
be surrendered. The government
needs the money realized from
the sale of war savings stamps
, now as much as at any time dur-
ing the period of actual flight-
Business men of Oklahoma The maintenance of our forces
City are predicting a building]on *be otber 8'^t? the sea is
boom to start early in therewith necessary. Lighting has
year in the eapito! city. The*cea8ed but our war work is not
long list of building permits and!done un,il Peace is Permanently;
"proposed” structures make a!established, tbe war bills paid,
good showing, at least, and we|die men brought hack
hope the prediction proves true. ®nd demobilized, and industry
Business activity there will help ,,'a<biusted to normal, Hungry
start the ball rolling elsewhere j na,*°nsmust be ted and shell-
over the state. Yes, start that f°rn c'bes rebuilt, and the l ni-
after-t he- war building boom— ' States must lend money to
former vice-consul at Tripoli,
Syria, and Charles Arthur Dana,
of the Presbyterian Hoard of
. the plans of the government to „ . .
Rob.|supply returning soldiers and foreign Missions.
suggested a »).(««hhh. sailors with employment be!a“aaed #f ......"»ge by the
carried out. All contractors for Ottoman K"''a''nir.ent. the charge
one ilieiiil.il ilito-a-s.. that sil'iif.' I.. t -•
lie<-n able to our.' Ill all its stmt-s. and
that Im intanib. *'at:irrli belnn Ki'onllj
Influenced by i onstlluti.iual eomliiien .
rcqulri's .'oiiMllutti.nul In ilniinl.
Hall's Catarrh Cur.- Is taken inn-mally -i nj.i
am) nets tliru llie Hloud on lie- Mu ..us
Surfaees of the System thereby de-
| stroyinK tbe foiindailon of tjie dls.'.i ..
Nelson uIvliiR the patient streptrlh l.> luilldinv,
' up the constitution nnd usslstlne un
lure In doing its work. Tin- proprle
tors have mu rnneh fullli In the nu lire
powers of Hall’s Catarrh Cure I' .t
iliev offer One Hundred Dollars for unv
ease tlmt It falls to cure. Send for list
Vd.tr. «a I J 1’IIRSnV .V CO . T*l. do
Ohio. Sold l.y nil Drum;Dm. 76c.
Fresh Cow for Sale
man minister to Mexico since
1D1 r>, has been recalled by the
present German government.
This may ela'ify to some extenl
the political atmosphere across
the Rio Grande, but late devel-
opments uvt'r there indicate se-
rious trouble in the near future.
The solution and final settlement
of this trouble is up to the Wash-!
- One’s Personal Influence.
Kvol'.v oho cusiM a shadow. Tliort
lianas ahoat 11s a sort ul’ iiomiml.ru- ;
KlniiiKo, indolimdilo snmotliliiL' "liiol 1
"«• call pprsonul liilluciioo, whioli lia-
its elToct mi ovory othor lifo on whid
It fulls. It ^oos w lMi ns w liorovor vvi
jfo. .It is not soinetflinn' wo am liavu j
whoii wo will, as wo lay asido a air 1
lllollt. It is like fouo'l lilliif tlial ul
It ostaldishod a do;' dtorv for COO
moii ni yo' Homo I'.i I’, i. on.iiiv -
at <'a In is,
Ii osialdishod a oflptofln and library
It osialdisliod aiouI,. I- oautoon for
tno norsoniiol of nil a r; i ruins.
It s.ivr maloi'ial and ynmos for it
ainloon for tlio poi somud of tin- naval
ha si' at -.
It Knvo tIn- sunn* for a
I ho |iorsofliiol of lloltii
; li.sirumonls ,’ar M- l«f sorvioo.
Vi,., work required an approprl*.
q ,,f ;11.;.. ov'inutoly l.U.Vl.otHl franea
Siralpht from the front Is this com-
rn lit of n Bolglim colonel. It was
: mdo recently while he was .sitting In
Ids dupnit tfllUlag of tin* work nf
u ,'untoon for whl<.'h the American
I'od Cl" S had .lost provided quurteri
'■ notice. |
".I,,. \e di luoasi ration like this Is]
ho!:,'r limn n year of talk."
V. in lied Cross has erected a
: : r... ' at I'ijon, Eniuce, to serve li>
u ■ ; - r\ for the ohihlreu of the
I'.- i. wlio work in the l hired
An.iv I'tiinoulhise factory,
0 OF SUPPLIES
0 jfcS TO ARCHANGEL
•■ani eon for j
n suajilaiio I l‘"l||iiaiii:i.
Red Cross Sends Relief Ships for
Allied Soldiers and Civilians
in Starving Russia.
Av ■ ship was recently sent front
this r.'iintry to Archangel by the
A more an Jtod Cross with 4,1100 tons
of dr. ......I, soap and other aup-
!• I O use of the Allied soldiers
I n. o :> civilians iu thul |)Krt of
Kussiu. The vessel's curjfo vvus vul-
uod III .Sl.r, 1 l.o'k’i,
unothoi' ship was dispatched
'•uni: J< id I oi, s of similar supplies
lor :-Ii l y the Amorioan Ked Cr*;ss,
the total i |u ndilmv for Ihe two shlp-
n■ am in; iiiK to over 000,000
1 1 I'. Williams of Baltimore
v. - in oliarce of the party of lldrfeeu
Ii • "iii|iaidod the slilptneut from
■ S ' r.v, lie was I'ormerlv u idhii-
I her of ilo
Ked Cross Commission for
.Major Kirkpatrick, at one
time i m.'inlior of tlie latter corntnls
II eipiipp '.I ni"ss for ihe pi s .mill I h 1 1,11 leceU'I.V Utlaehcd to the
if the unit at Calais. ' ballon I ' Vl-. littMh the »ed1-
• =11 end of lie Archangel oxpendltIon.
! I' . and maoiul hospiral supplies
; '«iii i .1 1 Ik* jji'oator part of Ilia
It gave toms, eaniions, roadiim
rooms and shower l.uihs for liio per-
sonnel of the I•ourhoiii;ii hako.vy.
It oryiiiiizod diipnu roons for
soarcldiphi companies anil pvtillory
ways pours out front our lifo. like lii:!il hnttcri. s l.rvie- lix. d -nloi.n..ms,
from a lump, like heal from u Ihmu
like iK'rfuuio from a flower.
guoner the better.
: du it.
This cow co9t me only $125
besides freight, but she has
proved the most valuable
cow I have ever owned. 1
am making a price to sell.
This cow got her calf killed.
She is registered and pedi-
greed. Her sire was line-
bred Fogis for four genera-
tions. Her uam was double
grandaughter of Ida’s Rioter
of St. Lambert. I am otter-
ing this cow for $100.
W. J. McCollum.
and installed shower luiilis in ilmm.
11 disirihnit'd (lli.OO)) i'Iiiiini'h il plalcs
and cups I'nr soldiers in llm 1 ycnciies,
ll uavc prizes for organized ulhlciic,
It soul pi’i'scnts in cadi nian di'co-
tn w rile rated i ’I : ,■
usually razors, pipes, fonnluiii pcifs
and such. I’p to now lids work has
only applied to the iijfautiy.
^.Monument to Genius.
Amid Ihe ruins of llm capilul at
Home, on October 15, 1701. Kdvvurd
(illdnui formed the rcsohi
! “The Ib'dine ami Pall nf the Homan
j Umpire,” ami on the night of I mm
! I7S7. nearly I went.vdhree years later,
in 1 he, siimumrlnaiSi' of liis yanh'ii. Urn
last word was written, hut in those
laborious years (lihlum Imd built an
oudiirlny miimihmnt to his own genius.! !
• • . , ; | || supplied hooks for a
I c. ; : ; ■ 111 i com America.
While the chief concern of the ex
I'ii.oi v,as providing comforts for
An and Allied liglit'ing me Li In
ihe' i ari nf ihe world, all efforts were
•at la e| I'l'llcf In llm Hlissluil so I
n • rs ,.lm wi'i'o reiiirimd from (ler
1. a eainps al ihe rale of about
15.PIX) a week. The
The* Ked <’O'ss prnviih d
rains and dims for dm;:
Kidd thousand soldiers
Sol ’-reliiHiee is ilm host weapon te
tight tlie battle of life.
1) installed a reercaiinn
ri inm at l In* la roe eantec”
11 pr» enl.'d to everv .
cavalry i. "’»•
a i La I 'anno.
■a a ;aedleal
n.\i vm» w«Ui
The man who was able to buy 1 mile south and 4 west of I.one =
What of the H.
:go\eminent securities ami did VVolf.
You nannot'ph"6 wi'tffdollar^,buy was not considered pa-
5*oh au -rafj niafi, woman or chilli
into ynuT ftdcwf.imy th'uxht worth ■ v^bu-cxsnes their stamps, unless
*.vtr-ito- tteflf tmt 41mv* ferfow. »t»^ ! forced to do so by necessity, is-
awatth.-**|no le»# unpatriotic.. Hold your
- if>i;i'kuigt©i!i .Daiiaa:' h s •
::i b.bk\ ■(taoney la the- governtuent.
•' Daily ThauflM.
t.TiarMy lt**'lf consists iu acfiug just-
ly and,.’faithfully iu whatever oltiee.:
■ , j , huslMS* aud eniploynieut » person is
To our old friends whose friendship and n’raii-
age we have enjoyed for many \ v t !,
. our friends whom we shall meet th»co’ii’.' \
and whose friendship and pitrona *■«» wn t
May the Christmas season be bou:U. . ul
in its gifts to you, and may the blew
Year bring forth happiness and pros-
perity to us all. . WE THANK YOU
ROUNDS & PORTER LUB1BHRT0
GEO. W. EASEL, Manc$er
••on ii i Ion of these
in ii v .is pi:i thle. Ii has boon <*stl
■■d In 1NJ per cent, of them wore
I iilmreala r.
uddiliiin to drugs and food, al
imaginable article on tho]
(es scut over whs for the
ciiiiv ('iiii'in'i* and pleasure of
sold lei's, .insi a few of
i Mich's were playing cards,
' a 1 ■ I:nI s, jewslinrps, nmadi)llns,
rd. niis, ukalclcs, phonographs,
c ' "ins, skalcs, wigs, whiskers,
paints, fnotlialls, suowshoes,
'-pcihockey nntliis. indoor bus'*-
. im'ving picture oiiuijs, Bibles,
I11' l'""ks. boxing gloves, games,
hooks, eigurettes, candy and
| dri 'd frails.
■ ! ■ a cd of prompt relief for tbe
oaldianis of towns along liie eoasr
‘ ! tbe While Sea and on Hie Kola,
’da. a,'my of whom were facing
' ion, v\ ;i>> found to lie imperu
live Scurvy Iniil broken out among
I 'i'll at. Ilmse places, adding to
ilie a acral dksicess.
Ihe tow ns to which the relief ex
1 ’inn was sent are virtually Iso
'rum ilm miiside world because
the Ifcasberous coast line, shifting
I I'ars and uiieliui'ied waters. An
i'linnally early frost, even for that
the world, ruined the harvests.
Were expected to Improve eon-
} .-■ h' : - S'nii-meuts. printed ,tu Ku*-
• s vj ' ; (Ii.- woi'k' of ihe Ktt'l
, I *--• v «. *li#)fribated amvUi* t£ft Me*
I * V;. s. ■
! ; ' :.T J % wmm ■ .. \
I ; • • '•
■ Dojff'a/iy for increasttl Inai
i • ness tn Uu* N«?w Year. '
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