The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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The Kiowa County News
Nvbvonpiioo |i »> r*f Ym< 'o Alston*
Published Every Thursday
W. W. Hornbeek : Editor
W. V. ui ■*!»• Birabcck
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i $7,000 RAN SHOULD KNOW
PMdrrli'l. Lsud'-r, July II, lt*l*
Some impatience and much
alarm are manifested in Mc-
Ciintic inner circlet, it is said,'
because many farmers are back-j
ing Claud Miller up in his con-,
tention that the farmer* of!
western Oklahoma were just as!
much entitled to asta'nnc? in
the form of cheaper teed last
riMij’U’ -------------!S! winter as were the farmers of
Ritfdar*4Dd loot! notion* p«r Ho# !n«®Ptton j W6Sl IftXMi but fht* tSrOlHri
to. fr*.mp»»r711*. i»*r un» tt,‘* 1 N'''typ*' who ha*t to pay the feed bills:
___| and had to take just any kind of;
t feed that they could get at any
i kind of price are not concerned
we as to whether those who are try
iClr jog to perpetuate McClintic in,
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office like their stand or not.
Political Announcement j They are looking at the matter
____ ; from a practical standpoint.
The News is authorized to
make the following announce-
ment. subject to the Democratic
primary, Tuesday. Aug. 6. 1918:
For Representative in Congress,
Follow the Flag
The House resolution empower-
ing the President to take over
telegraph, telephone, radio and
cable systems for the war period
has been adopted by the Senate
The tremendous accomplish-
ments in movement of troops
across the Atlantic speaks well
for Secretary Baker and his de-
The American lads set the
pace on the western front, but
French and English brigades
were quick to follow up well be-
gun work snd the Huns are now
on the defensive.
Yes. the kaiser should be held
personally responsible for the
many foul crimes committed by
the German army and when the
allied victory comes he Bbould be
disposed of according to judg-
ment of the civilized world-
hanged by a noose.
Last winter, it will he remem ,
bered, buyers from Tillman j
county, from Jackson county i
and other west Oklahoma coun* j
ties went to Missouri and found :
themselves able to buy large
quantities of corn at a reasonable i
price. But buying it and getting *
it down here was another thing.
They found their effort* at get-;
ting cars futile while great train-
loads of cars loaded with corn
were constantly moving to we*t- [
ern Texas. Oklahoma buyers'
were powerless in the fsce of!
| such a situation. If there had
i been a Congressman at Washing-
ton from the Seventh district
who had been in touch with con-,
ditions here, he would at once
have seen the injustice of such a,
state of alfairs. and would have
secured the cars for western
Oklahoma. It is said in Con-
gressman McClintic’s defense
that he was not asked to do this.
This probably is true. The peo-;
pie in western Oklahoma really j
did not know what was happen-;
ing to them. They knew they ;
could not get the right kind of;
feed at the right kind of prices,;
but they did not know how to go i
about seeking relief at Washing-
That was what they were pay-
Hon. J. V. McClintic, member of Congress from
this district will address the citizens of Lone Wolf
and vicinity at
9 o'clock Saturday Night.
Let everybody come out and hear him. Congress de-
cided to take a recess and Mr. McClintic feels justified
now in going over his district and giving the Demo-
cratic voters an account of his stewardship. In the
meantime he has left his office in charge of his secre-
tary with orders to keep, .“open house” until he re-
turns. --» ■ .
McClintic has discharged his duties faithfully and
well and has been a strong supporter of all Adminis-
tration war measures. He will interest you. Do not
fail to hear him.
THE RIGHT TIRE
Right in quality, in
price and mileage,
with the right pol-
icy back of it. The
FOR SALE BY
Lone ’Wolf, Okla.
Under New Management
-The campaign for governor in;
ing a congressman $7,500 a year j Oklahoma is gettng exceedingly)
for-knowing how and attending warm. This may account h r
to their interests. The Texas the prevailing hot winds- and
congressmen seemed to have prolonged ‘ dry -spell. • ’ j
known how. A representative --------~
is supposed to keep in close Orient Locals
touch with conditions at home.)
He should know them better1 James Gorham our Orient, st-a-
than any other man. and he:tion agent moved to the Grand-
The rulers of Austria and Ger-
many have met and selected
four kings, one each for Poland,
Lithuania. Esthronia and Cour-
land. What’s the use? They
will all have to engage in useful
occupations at the end of the
should know how to better these • pa White residence luesday. (
conditions without having his David Hanlin and family'went1
constituents telling him how and;t0 (je0i Lee’s Saturday near
when to do it. That McClintic Union to attend the protracted
could have Becured cars if he: meetinig at Retrop this week. *
had been awake to the situation!
was shown by his success at;
State Superintendent Wilson
estimates that 1,000 teachers
have entered some branch of war
service from Oklahoma. The
teachers fraternity of Washita
couuty is credited with forty-
five men, contributing more in
number than any other county,
Miss Nettie Lee is spending
... , . . , this week with her cousin Geneva
getting cars to bring paving „ D .
materials to Frederick. arvev near or . . t
Locking back over last winter, i Robert Biain from neat- Granite
with the millions of dollars that: a *,one via.*t°r .Satui-,
went out of western Oklahoma ^ay‘
for high priced and often poor John Ernce. and family jverei
grade feed, what wonder is it’Sunday visitors at. the \\ alter;
that the farmers are turning tojPrewett home southwest o.l i
the candidacy of one who knows; town. . . -. j
their needs, who has been Grant Sublett fi;om eastern)
through the same experiences Oklahoma visited will*, his
that they have, who is in in- j brother-in-law. W, 1* Mitchell;*
timate touch witn conditions in!a few day9 |ast week
western Oklahoma and
promise*, if he is given the
I have bought the Lone Wolf Garage
and will refit and restock it. When your
car gets out of order bring it to me.
Gas, Oils, and all other Auto Acces-
sorieskept in stock.
I ONE WOLF CREAMERY
We are now better prepared than
ever to handle your produce. We
manufacture genuine home-made
who is .
JOHN A. WHITEHURST
Democratic Candidate for
Pres. State Boqrd of Agriculture
Ice Cream Try some of it.
Your trade appreciated,
Bob Jonnson, accompanied by-
Mr. Cantrell of Hobart, was in
Lone Wolf Tuesday. They were
here in the interest of Judge J.
T. Johnson, candidate for Justice
of the Supreme Court. The
Judge lives in Lawton, coming
there from Texas in early state-
hood days. Hib old Texas
friends and many in Oklahoma
who know his worth, will stay
with him in tb^ present cam
paigd. Read his politics! an-
nouncement on front page of
A. E. Hatvey’and family were
portunity. to afford them some! ,no
practical assistance. ; -
■ • lit < a Beckliam County farmer who
!. vi on his farms ami breeds fine caL-
t.u successfully on his farm.
Wolf visitors Saturday
Claude Miller does not propose1 Mrs. Virgel Ni»ms was
to put the farmers of western ; pleasant caller at Grandma
Oklahoma in the attitude of: Saturday afternoon,
paupers, nor does he criticise! Mrs. Albert Henderson and
the government. What he says j children visited at the M >Coon
is that ifjthis war is to be won it j ^ome west of town Sunday,
must be with the assistance of j
the western Oklahoma farmer.
He knows that the farmers in
this part of the state are just as. ,
patriotic as any citizens in the Sunday.
United States and just as jjm Walker is working on tin-
anxious to do their diHy—and i Orient section now.
■ Who belit-Vt-s in Koo.i schools, good
r:>:u’..-;. arii! i-wiy othrr movement ihai
.’l u.■ >:uoto the interest of the rural
i in:-.j-.:i,';ies and bring them and the
■ ... . ' men into closer, more tii.iui
.id It :i hiify relation.
Perry Ernce and family 'from
j Elk Creek south of Hobart vis-
ited with Grandma Ernce here
Mea t . r of the State Hoard of Agri-
‘ V, .ither of !>istr.i ■ exemption
; i !. President of the Postal High-!
v, ay; prominent ia community and
i far::; organ.-aiion. He -has devoted
a. ".al'.y ail of tiie past year to wia •
’ ; > \*..r activities without
tion of any kind.
C. H, Griffith, Pres. H. P. Griffith, Vice-Pres.
E. C- Teape, Cashier
First National Bank
LONK WOLF, OKLA.
Transacts a General Banking Business Spe-
cial Attention to LOANS and COLLECTIONS.
We Solicit your Patronage, promising you every
Courtesy consistent with sound Banking.
No account too /arye or too small to receive
our most careful attention
NEVER A CANDIDATE
The Beckham County White
hurst Club sends in another
statement for publication this
week. His home people are in
earnest in their advocacy of hit
election to the State Board of
Agriculture .arid with his knoan
qualifications and strong follow-
ing it looks very much like be
bad tbs race wuo. :
knows that the government is
eager to assist them in theirj Ji>sh Johnson anil family visit-
food raising at virgel Mitchell s Sunday.
erTnd the willing government L. M. Cox and family returned
into a closer toueh that both from s trip to Duncan'itnli :Mar-
may be benelited. jow |ag^ Mr. Cox reports
\s thev come to realize this, i .... .
his strength is growing among crop ~»«*»t.on. about the same
the farmers, and quite natural!' M here‘
the business men
I rr 1 pf-r-* ailed this time by I;is
fri on ai<ounr of his particular
tit: i to make this race vet always
..k.na an active part in the support of
the lictnoorayy of the state
Ad Optometrist Coming
who recognize that the prosper- LOST— on Ozark Trail s uith of
ity of tba farmer ia 'itai t° tl e ■ tovv,0 ope Overland-car crank. •* ^,i>d
life of every other tnaustrv m ■... . ... , r „
tbs district i Finder wtU please :r*ve utr.r .1
HONEST amt QUALIFIED
lly educarton.-experfence and natural'.
«' pie,ice you Hi..- he i- :..o
an ’•* ‘it'd for t: s important office,
ia t, :» .die ot » ar when big men are
VOTE FOR HIM AT THE'
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Rev. VV. Ar Randle, a
graduate and registered
optometrist of Weather-
ford. Okla.. will be in
I.one Wolf Monday even-
ing and Tuesday. Julv
TEST EYES AND FIT GLASSES
. Anyone needing glasses
.. can rind him at the South
He is a man that I can j
Strongly recommend; as
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Lucas County, ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oaUi that he
is senior partner of the Arm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the City
of Toledo. County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pav the sum of
ONK Ht. .VDRED DOLLARS for each
and every a-e of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by t! .* use of HALL S cyTARP.il
MEDICINE. FRVNK J CHENEY.
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<Sea!t Notary IhibHc.
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So.d by all drugjrists 75c
Halt • Family Fills for constipation.
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Hornbeck, W. W. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1918, newspaper, July 25, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914188/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.