The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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The Kiowa Countyjjews
FTcT HILL, Witor u4 Pro*.
auiser'.ptioa *100 P*r '•* Advanrs
puniDned Thursday of eaon w*««
itnierersd at id* Post Office »t uot* Wolf a*
daoood <;i*M M*» Wattai Apr, IS, IV*.
IhoraJav. Jul> 13, 1916
Ilie Ruuning S'roog
in this issue if* neither this rail*
road* n.>r rhe labor unions but
the American Public. If the
Railroads grant a raisf of wagp* iea«iir>^
or shorter hours the i<eople will
have to pay the hill. If the rail-
road refuse a strike will be pre-
cipitated and the public is still
the goat. Now when a monopo-
ly becomes so powerful that the
fate of the nation rests in the
hands of that monopoly it is
The News is authorized to an- time for the nation to become counjty will give him almost a
nounce the following candidate? very busy devining means to unanjmoU9 vote. His friends in
(.n the Democratic ticket, sub- curb or limit the powers of said puster COUnty sav that he has an
ject to the primary election on monopoly. even break with his opponent in
August 1st. 1916. j We have pointed out the dis- tjiat countv with odds in his
■ ■■ 1 1 "*' ease. Now for the remedy. favor
For f’onfcressman. Tth District.; \ye would surest that from
eise tend* to keep a man well,
_____ but after be in aick rest rutner
(What the Cordtll It......... theis
democratic paper of
Washita County anil Robert L.
Knie's home paper, says about
his candidacy. I
..Robt. L. Knie. candidate for
state senator, is making a string
race. Reports from Kiowa coun-
ty indicate that he will carry it
by a large majority. Washita
Report of the condition of
Orient State Bank
at Rone Wolf, in the Stateof Ok-
lahoma. at the close of business
June 30, 1910.
on Oil CO.
Will buy your surpli
IS Cotton Seed at
j. V. McCLINTIC.
For County Treasurer
C. M. fCham PRIRRLE,
For County Assessor
J. P. (Jim) LANG AN.
C. L. PHIPPS.
For Court Clerk.
G. W. HUCKABY
R G. (Mob) FREEMAN
J. E. DENISON.
R. F. (BOB) ALLEN.
C- R. (Charlie)LEE.
For County Attorney.
J. F. GRIFFITH.
For County Judge.
JOHN T. HAYS.
JOHN SAM CARPENTER
For County Clerk.
HARRY B. WHITE
For County Commissioner.
J. ,T. MCMILLAN
He was raised or, a farm in
Missouri, and his farming int-
erest and cattlein Washita county
Mr. Knie is active,hard-working
• nowon when the brother hoods an(] determined: coupling this
| whimsically decide that their wjt^ j* business jndgemenl
| hours must be shortened and the enf,rgy and honesty, makes him
railroads fail to see the point. a f0,midable candidate.
I that the whole matter be turned
over to the Interstate Commerce
, Commission for arbitration and
that both the railroads and the
unions be forced to recognize
and abide by the result of such
Give the roads a chance. It Is
not more than right that the
stockholders of those companies
should hare a fair return on
their investments and as the
master stands they are not get-
ting it. Many of the road have j
already gone into receiverships
and more will soon follow unless
the stranglehold of the monopoly
of brotherhoods is broken.
We object strenously if the
slate or nation lays additional
tax upon us; shall we (remember
we pay) allow the brotherhoods _____
already well recompensed and
working short hours to squeeze at thg pregent tjme ranks him as
Loar,» and Discount*
Overdraft* Secured ar.d unsecured
S,»ourltie* with Bank Board
StO'*». Bonds. Warrar. » *to
Furniture and Fxture*
Other Real r*tat* Owned and tudk-
Check* and Other Cash lt*m*
Exnharjc* for Clearing Hou*e
Rill* of Etchan**
Caih in biok and and with banka
all times and will keep a surplus of
Cotton Seed Cake on hand.
Any time you are in the market
for either, call and see us.
Yours To Serve
Capital Stock Paid In
I'ndtftded Profit*, I—Ex pen*** and
Individual deposit sub)*cl to '-ti*'’k
T.mc Certificates of deposit
C i^hier's Cheeks Outstanding
Note, and bill* Redl-eounted
111 811 14
Farmers Cotton Oil Co.
W. H. DAVIS, Manager
State of Oklahoma
County of Kiowai!,H
1, L N. Jerome, Pr^-sld-nt of the above nam-
ed hank, do solemnly sw,-ar mat the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief, *o help me (jod. I. N’ Jerome,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th .i«v
:t July. 1916 W, P i «n«
My Commission Expires Jan ill, IHI,
I. N. Jerome ,
»•:. S. Lawi-nee ' Directors.
A. Jerome. >
Above the heart of the Ameri-
can public hangs the sword of
Damocles — an emminent strike
of the brotherhoods of railway
emplyees. Few people realize
the effect of such a holdup of
traffic and fewer still are aware
uf the fact that labor monoplies
are as menacing to the nation as
In other words the railway
employees organized with the
intentions of protecting them-
selves against injustice, suppos-
ed or real; and no sooner did
they feel the reins of authority
in their hands than they began
to misuse their power, by de-
manding from the companies
shorter hours and higher wages
than the roads could give with-
out increasing freight and pas-
senger rates and ceasing all con-
templation of farther construct-
Now the real party concerned
vet more revenue from our al-
ready overtaxed wallets. The
unions have justice, the rail-
roads need it and the public de-
one of the leading farmers and
stock raisers in this section of
the state. His record in educa-
tional affairs, a city superintend-
ent and county superintendent
—----- of Washita county first, bresident
Mr. Rule of the Democrat-Chief 0t the state Teachers’ Association
was in town Tuesday on business g.jves him an experience that
concerning the recent Industrial wou|(j be useful to the state in
edition of the Democrat-Chief, handlingeducational matters.
Mr. Rule is to be congratulated In electing Mr. Knie, the six-
for the splendid publication 9enatorial district will have a
which will do much to stimulate man wh0 will be absolutely fair
the industries of Kiowa County to all.” |
Besides the praise due for the
sentiment ereateb we feel that ----—
the Chief should be compliment-
ed upon the general arrangement
and get-up of the edition. -----
,We believe every press tender-
ed the Chief a rose except the There is too great a disposition
Oil City Gazette which could not among Americans to regard a cold
resist the temptation of throwing as trivial evil at worst and one
an egg. Verily spite worketh scarcely worth the trouble of
The Slar Meat Market
Is now ready to care for your wants with
^everything in the meat line. Fresh
and Cured Meats of all kinds,
Sausage, Pickles and Relishes
We keep only the best of everything
and when you trade here you are assured of
courteous treatment and fair dealing
Prompt Free Delivery
M. L. COX, Prop. P. k. Jerman, Mgr.
Lone Wolf, Okla.
Report of the Condition of
First National Bank
MADAM, ARE YOU SICK?
Here's a Guaranteed Way
of Getting Well.
Protection Against Colds
To tvtend cnina.
Put tlip pieies together carefully,
tie firmly and boil in sweet milk tor,
hair' an hour. China mended in this
way will last for years. When washing
fine ehinaware, place two Turkish tow-
els, one crossing the other, in the-dish- . 0 .
pan before filling it with hot water, at Lone Wolf, in the State ot
Put only a dish or two in the pan at a Oklahoma, at the close of LiUSi-
“The Through Service Line”
Act on this suggestion and ask us
for our literature on Colorado,
cold We will give you complete infor-
time. Chinaware will not be likely to
get nicked if this plan is followed.
ness, June 30, 1916.
Hygienic Living and Expense
guarding against. Yet a
often is Nature’s warning signal, mation re£artUn£ fares, routes
If unheeded the consequences an“ service.
may be serious; they are certain
-- to be annoying. As a matter of
, ,j • fact the observance of a few sim-
.-°° many person hold m a lion, wollld insurethe
3ort of bel.ef that hyg.,n,chv,nK,P * i(m a very larRe per.
is possible only for those who are flf co)da
wealthy or at least well-to-do. |n s(|m0 mes s„sceptibility to
There is no greater mistake. c0,ds ,g due t0 actua, defects in
It is true that for a compara- t|ie naga) passages. These should
Division Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Lone Wolf. Oklahoma.
Many a fine look- tively small number livingincity
tenements or ghettos’ hygieic lit-
shadow because, jn„ js difficult to atlian’ Butfor
lects herself. I most pearsons it is the enpnppsi
Women are 0f yfe’ gifts’ vet one which
learning. Already, * , n,
t housa ntitK and pays enormons returns. ( leanli
thousands ha v e1 <rood habits exet I’ise' proper
found the way to .
relief and restored food ann water are not costl\
good looks and The direct national ezpenditure
for drugs for indul
healthful condition. ,
For two generations Dr. Thaeher has torliqUl Of
be corrected by a competent
expert witeout loss of time.
Where there are no such defects
obedience to the rules of individ-
ual hygiene will also wholly pre-
First it is well to train the
skin so that it is not susceptible.
One should acustom himself to a
gentle draft. Cool bathing
End of Romance.
No more shall T hear his footsteps
on yonder walk just as the clock
strikes eight.” “(frai ious, Jeannette!”
"And the old parlor light will never
burn low for him again.” "Von don't
mean it'.’” "I do: and furthermore,
he will never sit on this sofa three
nights a week and call me pet names,
as he has been doing lor two years.”
' 1 am astonished.” "And tonight 1
am going to burn all tl,e old love let-
ters in my chest of drawers.” "B-but
"Discard him! Why, you goose. 1 am
going to many him!”
“ senl'es which (leteriTafe n,in'1 another importnt feature of skin »b. ■ Are ,ou going u, duc.d him-
His remarkable remedy, Stella- Vitae, and body is enormously greater training. The wearing of loose
than the total expenditure for porou9 clothing and exercise in ,
a life time and is the gift of a great hygienic living. I he indirect tol ,.00| room without clothing are-
plwVe.inTPwomM,'8 tonic. It la even greater.being collected ii. valuable measure. Pearsons ac
corrects irregularities and relieve con- loss 4>1 efficiency, unhappiness anil cllstomed to too heavy clothing
fir E£n ' tanfi."' ‘fist j misery, wrecked anb broken lives ar„ more haW. colds than per-
aids digestion, creates rich, rc l blood, not only for those directly respon- sons used to lighter garments,
fir*™ *',d de,,S ”p *• — i«ble. but unto the third and forth Jver heated rooms dredispose
Don’t be blue, nervous, sick or run > generations. Hygienic living cost perSons to catch cold. Living
I little in either money or effort
out of doors
as much as poss-
Objected to Common Term.
“Billingsgate” is an accepted term
nr vituperative language. A speaker
in a political club wished to vary
this expression in chiding an oppo-
nent. and criticized him lor using
■fishmarket language.” Thereupon an-
other member rose and protested
against this phrase. 1 have been a
Most Talked of Drink
Thousands of people are drink-
ing and talking K1 Mate today,
twelve months ago it was almost
El Mate Company is making a
record unequalcd by any oilier re
gardless of tin- millions made in
No product ever bet aine so pop-
ular ami the volume of business,
increased so rapidly as the El
Loans and Discoontu (except those
shovrri on b. I *000,702.5.ri
Bills ot Exchange o
Overdrafts Unsecured l,u-t’,G7
t'. S. Bonds deposited to secure
■ firculalion (par vai. 33.llfi0.0u
j Total II. S. Bonds
I Subscription lo stock- of Federal Reserve
I Bank ::(¥).00
| Less amount unpaid 1,130.00
Duefl’om Federal Reserve bank
Due f rom approved Reserve Agents
in New York, Chicago and St.
Due firom tip]u-oved reserve
agents In oilier reserve
Other checks on bunks in the -tani* -ity
or town ns reiiorUng bank
Outside Checks and other
Fractional Paper. Currency.
N’icltrtls and cenis 173.34
Notes of other National Banks
Law no. Monty Kfsehvhd in Rsnk-
t’otal <-oin amt (“enltk-ate*
Redemption mild wttli It. B. Treasurel
and due from l . 8. Tieasurei
$200,700 3 4
5 iT6 :.
knows about it and he will give your j compared with the’tremendous jble anil especially exercise and h511 dealer for thirty years ” he said,
KAil’ll fvtr O Lfltflfi fiflfl . . ^ ___I L. ^ ......... L. ^ .. .1 V. J A*- —
money back if vou’H try a bottle and . , . return«
find it doesn t benefit you. •muiencistt teiuriu.
Do you want to get well ami stay
wc-ll, to eat well, sle-cp soundly, to have
a srootl appetite, clear skin and strong'
Judy? Then begin today v-ith a bottle
of Stella- Vitae, the guaranteed to bene-
fit remedy. You’ll be amazed at the im-
provement you will feel. Your dealer
l e __• “and have never heard auv bad lau-
deep breathing of the outdoor air . . mv bllsinesa The bsh
Gives Palm to Endurance.
A somewhat varied experience of
men has let) me. the longer I live, to
set less value on mere i veiness: to
sells it In bottle*. Thaeher Medicine i attach more and more impmtunce to
C>i , ut rhattanooga, Tctm. j industry and physical endurance In
- j deed. I am mm It disposed to think that dfgTOP TOVOfScd.
For Nalo bv 1 endurance is the m<»st vuluable quality
LIVE AND LET LIVt DRUG STORE j forak ltard J(„.s Yl0t come to much u skin gymnastics should be avoid
AND HARTSOITS PHARMACY H feeble name is unable to respond to Ths,g set,ms t<, he h paradox,
I the desire - lhoAuss iluxlay. ,
are of great value. Too great
fatigue, over-eating and consti-
pation all increase the liability to
After a cold has actually been
caught these rules should be to a
ihe desire t«. able temperature and any severe
Lone Wolf. Okia.
but is no more so than that eXtr- k
guage used in my business. The fish
business is a respectable one. and
should not be the subject of a slur.”
The general cry is against ingrati-
tude, but Hip complaint is misplaced;
it should be against vanity; none but
direct villains are callable of willful
ingratitude; but almost every body is
capable of thinking lie hath done more
than another deserves, while the other
thinks he hath received less than he
deserves.—Pope. • -
El Mate Company i.s the only
company of its age Urn !ms re-
jected applications for its stock
in larger amounts than ten shares,
to one person.
The company set aside 4 into
shares Treasury stock to he soW
in 191C in blocks of 1,000 share*
at $ 1 ■ j. $90. $2 . and $;;o per share,
the 1,000 shares being sold .to St -
are expected to be completed ai
El Mat? stock advanced SOL m
less than six months after being f
incorporated, stock now being sold
at $15 per share being rapidly
taken before the next advance to-
$90. which takes effec t as sonu as
the 1.000 shares set aside to bo
sold at $15 are taken.
The Company believe* that |
from the past record ilu- volume.
of business will reach such emu
mous proportions thui within Ho-
next ten years its stock will pom
mand a price ot $i.t)00.0n oi more
2 .i 10 <j«i
< 'apltal Stock Vuiil In
Undivided Profits 064 Xu
Reserved for Taxes
Less Current Expsr.-u-s,
Interest and Tax--s i«.(d
Individual Deposits Suliitici l«,-
<’ertitlcates of Deposits
due in less than JO day s
Cashier's Checks Ontsmnd-'
Total demand deposits, items
•73, 34, 33, on, 37 3n iu 4n 3lU?.l<M it
Payable after 30 days 01 suhiei.t
to 30 days or mnre notice
Certificates of Deposit
Total of Time Deposits.
Items 41, 42 and 4-': 33.lnd.33
:!a »e»• ini
124 330 23
2 Clo 1J
33 fcN, 53
stale of Oklahou i •
County of ka.wa (
l.c II (jrlfiltn. 1‘iesidentof me named
bank. uo solemnly -wcurinai tlie above state
men' Is ti ue to 11,.-hut ofiay knowledge »ud
b»Her p. H. Griffith.
suhs-Tlbed ir J Sworn lo before ice this 7ta
•Jay of July. hdi. ts. M A^iaader,
Mv Commission i xpire* «'irlob*r ta i»17.
< oi root Attest
H P Griffith .
J A livbdman \ Dlrsotur*.
t- C i taps 1
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Hill, F. C. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1916, newspaper, July 13, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914335/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.