The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 4, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA COUNTY NEWS
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LONE WOLF. KIOWA COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 4 1915.
The Orient State Bank
Thim hamk afforda a desirable depository
^protecting your funds by ample resources,
bamkiad experience and conservative
management Wo desire to mala close re*
lotions wltk ear present patrons and to
.establish slmlller relations In connection
* with new accounts-serving no special in•
.terest nor any particular class. Our theory
~la that the limited depositor of today may
be the prosperous depositor of tomorrow.
L. N. JEROME, President
C. H. JOHNSON, Cashier
Personal and Local
J. M. Riley wu in Oklahoma
1 City a few daya this week.
A marriage lioenae was issued
Tuesday to Albert Voss. 24. and
Miss Ida Patton, 22. both of
Lost or Strayed-From
my place one-half mile north of
Lone Wolf, a small black pig.
Finder notify R. G. Cogdill,
J. G. Roberta of Mangum was
II Lone Wolf attending to busi-
ness matters and visiting friends
] between traihs Wednesday
Fred Meinert who lives on
Route 1, left Wednesday after-
noon for points in Arkansas,
where he goes for the benefit
III in;* in ailh.
Ntimber of bales ginned in
tionO| Wolf up to 9 a. m. Thurs-
day. Vebruary 4, 1915:
Fariqsrs Gin...... .......2748
Port woood Gin........... 1900
Total • • • • •• e •••••• • • 0541
- Carden Seeds
Fresh line of bulk Garden
Seeds1 just received from Sioux
Farmers Produce Co.
Home Talent Play
The Eastern Sta s are pre-
paring to give a home talent
play about Februarj 26th. The
exact date will be announced
later. This play is under the
direction of Miss Sanders,
expression teacher of Mangum,
and promises to be something
If you will subscribe to the
News or* renew your subscription
we will include three standard
magazines, all one year, for only
Rev and Mrs. J. B McCance
went to Mangum Monday to at-
.id be Missionary meeting >f
1 the M. E. Church, South, in
session at that place this week.
Mrs. L. E. Daniel returned
Monday afternoon from a visit
with relatives in Hobart. She
vas accompanied home bv Miss
isabell Land, who will visit
, THERE’S A REASON
‘ why hundreds and hundreds are trad-
ing with us who traded with us last
year. We do not know the exact reasons
ourselves, but they seem eminently satis-
fied. We do know that we do our best
to give value and treat everyone with
the same respect and appreciation
' BESIDES VALUE
We Give Free Preminmns that are
just so much gained. We figure these
v preminmns on a basis which is Just the
pmr as we discount our bills—giving
70U the benefit. We have supplied
hundreds of hemes with Plates, Cups and
Saucers, and other dishes. These are
•Just so much gained. We are adding
htSdf^sdubarticles from time to time.
Se« the new Kitchen or Bath Room Fixture
at ,$3.50; Mirror, Brush and Comb Rack,
TftWel Rack Combination Free for $60.00
, in coupons.
SUN GOLD FLOOR
& He heighth of prelection, as flours go. Just a little
letter than aiy other on the markets. On the market
this floor Is worth MORE and costs us MORE than any
other floor, lot we maintain the price with lower grade
floors, list because we booght before the advance. It's
7. Gtara&ic&L We are selling nor 5th car load and not a
We have been informed by a
member of the couucil that all
suits nnd claims against the
iown of Lone Wolf have been
settled with entire satisfaction
to all parties concerned and ar-
rangements for the payment of
all judgments and claims have
Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels
returned Wednesday to Enid,
Their daughter, Mra. E. B. Rule
is doing nicely after her long
illhess and is able to be around
Our local horse and mule
buyer. W. D. Davidson, pur-
chased a car of hoi see at
Frederick this week. Mr.
Davidson expects to be in Lone
Wolf in a few days and we will
all be glad to as® him back on
the home market again.
Katie, the four year old daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. T, L Willis,
was badly burned last Thursday
morning, while playing with
matches in the back yard of her
home. Fire caught paper at the
childs feet, the flames reaching
her clothing and enveloping her.
While painfully burned, the
child is not in a serious condition
and will soon be able to be up
T. B. Yarbrough, will hold a
public sale at his farm 2 miles
north and 1 mile east of the east
corner of Lone Wolf and 7 miles
due west of Hobart, on Tuesday
February 9th Co|. E. H. King
will be auctioneer and C. H.
Griffith cle<k Horses, cattle,
chickens, farm implements and
household goods will be sold.
Read a description and list of
articles in the big ad in this
Murdered and Robbed
Sentinel, Feb. 2.—Traces of a
heinous crime were unearthed
at the farm home of Charles
Walker. 3 miles east and 2 miles
north of here, last night, about
10:30 o'clock, after the neigh-
bors had fought the flames,
whirh threatened to consume his
house, valiantly for more than
an hour. When subdued the>
found his charred body, burned
to an unrecognisable mass, on
the floor, and nearby stained bed
clothing, showing that a murder
had been committed and the
building fired to hide traces of
Neighbors discovered the fire
emanating from the Walker
home, and rushed over to render
assistance, only to find no one
about the premises. They at
once formed a bucket brigade,
and quenced the flames after
the building had been practical^
raiid to the ground. In the
smoldering ruins of the homo
they discovered the body of a
man, the arms, legs and head
badly burned. So charred was
the body that it was necessary
for a dentist here, who had
worked on Walker’s teeth to
complete his identity and make
sure the body waa that of theii
neighbor. Bed clothing, saved
from the burning builaing.
showed clots of blood, and the
fact that a valuable watch, six
shooter, pocket book and othei
valuables were missing led to
the theory that Walker was
murdered and robbed when the
house was fired to hide the
Walker is a man about 40 years
of age, and a prominent stock-
tr>n of Washita county, and
well known all over thia section
of Oklahoma. Hia family were
visiting in Corape Chriati, Texas,
but have been notified. A mar-
ried danghter, who lives a few
miles from here, was the onl>
relative near by.
The county officers were im-
mediately notifiad. and an in-
vestigation haa been started.
Jhe entire neighborhood is
aroused to a frenzy over the
crime, and it ia believed that il
he party or parties can be
ocatea they will be summarily
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
••MESMER” ia still in the Farm Loan Market
and can \ ET make you a GOOD farm loan. In the
Farm Loan Market THIRTEEN MONTHS in the
If YOU should loo;»o \uur property by Fire or
Tornado with Money bo HARD to get could you
RERtJII D without the HEM’of your INSURANCE
POLICY? Insure your cotton on the farm, Coats
next to nothing, per bale per month.
Do you wont lo HUY, SELL or TRADE? Your,
mijrh* be r< \t >11 r if you want a snap
“MESMER” has it.
Opposite Old Pcsioffice Bldg. • Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.
USE FULL CREAM FLOUR
GHIGKASIIA MILLING GO.
CRAIN AND COAL
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GRAIN.
The Best of Coal always on hand.
HONEST VVUKJIIT our mutt*. t
w. E. McCARRlCK, Manager.
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O. L Taylor and his sister,
Mrs. R. G. Cogdill. were called
one day last week to Weather-
ford, Texas, to the bedside of
of their mother, who we are
sorry to report died last Satur-
day. The many friends of Mrs.
Cogdill and Mr. Taylor will be
rorry to hear this news and ex-
tend sympathy to the bereavec
The B. M. Reynolds public sale
held last Tuesday was one of the
I largest sales held in this section
this vear The crowd also was
large and the articles brought
fine prices. This sale was exten-
sively advertised in The Kiowa
County News and one of the
1 best auctioneers in the state —
I Col E. H. King-cried the salt,
1 which of course accounts fpr the
floe success of the •»!«•
That Sinful Printer
Unobserved and unannounced
the president of a Church
Society entered the composing
room just in time to hear these
words issue from the mouth oi
he boss printer:
"Billy go to the devil and
tell him to finish that ’murder’
he began this morning. Then
‘kill William J. Bryan’s Young-
est Grandchild.’ and dump the
'Sweet Angel of Mercy’ into the
helibox. Then make up that
‘Naughty Parisian Actress’ and
lock up 'The Lady in Her
Horrified the good woman fled
from that place ol sin, and now
her children wonder why they
are not allowed to play with the
First M. L Church
Sunday, February 7
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching service 11:00 a. m.
subject, "i'he First Temptation
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.
Preaching service, 7:30 p. m,
subject, "Part of an old Love
A cordial welcome is extended
to all. Special music at each
0. W. York, pastor.
OUR NEW GINGHAMS
Have new arrived. Ask to sec the
latest Crepe Ginghams. We have
them in beautiful patterns, suitable
for effective and inexpensive spring
ON KEN’S and MVS CLOTHING and
LADIES’ and CHILDREN'S COATS
Don’t buy until you have learned our
prices. They will be a pleasant surprise to
It is very necessary just at this time
that you make your dollar do its full
duty, and it will certainly do it if spent
with the Old Pioneer. Our stocks are
complete, our prices lowest, our goods
exactly as represented and dependable.
We believe our customers deserve the
YOIJRS TO SRkVH.
J. M. Higgins & Company
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Hughes, Robert. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 4, 1915, newspaper, February 4, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914236/m1/1/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.