The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA COUNTY NEWS.
LONE WOLF. KIOWA COUNT*. OKLAHOMA. APRIL 4. 1912.
For CommlTi— - Irrigation Meeting
‘‘Gash Grocer” Phone 131
Bays tor Gash and Selim tor Gmmh
I cm give my customer* the benefit of
the cash discount and can, and do, aeil goods
cheaper than merchants who boy from whole-
salers on time. That's the ides' exactly.
a tall mtoek ot Family Groceries
’ Representing the best and purest brands to
select from, select dried and canned fruits,
canned goods and table delicacies of every
description, high grade brands of hour, sold
at a discount Bsessss I Sal! tor Oamh.
Having bought the Worley
Corner Drug Store and having
just returned from market where
I purchased a large stock of
fresh drugs, druggist sundries,
toilet articles and stationery, I
am now open for business and
invite my friends to call on me
»*•“ j»“?dof MytW”*in ™y „r
Hne. Will keep always in steck: Everybody invited to atttend the
everything that goes to make up ^
a ftrst class Drug Store. A store j _!--
where everything is new and Easter Pantry Salt
best. A store where the all yjje Ladies Aid Society of the
juround satisfaction of my custo- M E church will hold a Pantry
mere is the first consideration. Sa]e on Saturday, April 6th in
A stole where every article sold the S. E. Higgins store building.
has its one fixed price and every Everybody invited.
By order of the President,
Mrs. E. Harding
Wmntmd**M*Ti's to sell
or trade. Cummins Realty Co.
Having been strongly solicited
by persons of various party
affiliations, and feeling^ that
every citizen should stand ready
at all times to render public
service when called upon, re-
gardless of private interests or
personal ambition, G. H. Strange
has decided to permit his name
to come before the primary as a
candidate for the office of County
Commissioner, Second District,
of Kiowa county, subject to the
will of the Republican voters at
the polls. August 6th, 1912.
Now it isn’t worth while for
the News to dwell at leng.h in
telling the voters who G. H.
Strange is. he is too well known
for that, he wants to represent
his district in the Commissioners
Court and promises to do so
faithfully and impartially if
elected. He has made a success
at his own business and con-
sequently that gives him a fine
recommendation as to his ability
to attend to public affairs.
_______________________ His wiMiwi<(
long years as a citizen of the j j|an(j assistance on the part
J !_i._Z _1 .. Aa, AMAA Lil IiOl' I _ . a all II
J. D. Morse, president of the
Southwestern Oklahoma Irriga
tlon Association, made a report
on the result of his Washington
trip, before the advisory hoard,
in called meeting in the Kiowa
county court house, at liobait
The report covers the Lugert
projeet from the time the first
survey was made b / the govern-
ment, down to the present time.
This project is the only one
declared feasible by the re-
clamaticn service, and was re-
ported on favorably by the
engineers, but at the time the
work was to be started, heavy
rains came on, ami the fanners
lost interest in the on ject. and
without their support the gov-
ernment dropped matters for
the time being, and since then
the money belonging to Okla-
homa has been spent in other
States, the reclamation service
has also increased its efficiency
and will not start a project
without assurances of its feasib-
The Baptist Sunday School
will render an Easter program
Sunday morning. Sunday School ------ , -----—.....- ,----
opens promptly at 10:30 o’clock, district and^ experience he has j jan(j OWners. All old
Every scholar enrolled in the
school is requested to be on
time. Our ajm is 150 regular
scholars present and a $60.00
Easter offering. There will be
Raster flowers for everyone.
had in public affairs of the!
precinct and county tigether
surveys have been discarded and
in every case a new survey is
Hooey I Insurance
Insurance Which Insures
Loog Reaching Fatm Loan
Companies and HONEY NOW
DOA’T neglect that home-
the fruit of lont year* of Toll
until AFTER the FIRE.
DOM’T neglect that Farm
Loan until you have paid out
enough Extra Interest to have
carried It a whole year.
Lone WOIf, Ok.
***- —---------•—■» --- 10 DC maue. hi aaiuuKiuu mi.
and the interest he always takes j^orge presented undisputable
in the welfare of the people are factg ^ the director and first
qualifications to be considered in gggjgtsnt secretary of the interior
selecting a man for the position an(j ^e best promise was after
for their consideration at the
Seed Own for Sale
price Mans full value.
Yours To Pie A
WLF. L WALKER.
, , White Seed Corn.
'Be**.. an examination of the associa- Bloody Butcher Corn.
He respectfully presents "1S tfon’s petition was re-examina- Yellow 90 Day Corn,
claims for the office to the voters ^jon gpj new survey of the 1 Also White Dwai
*i j .. f . .. i Corn $2.00 bushel.
A detailed report is too lengthy, Maiee n <*) bushel.
to admit of publication, but all | W. O. LOWRY.
data is on file with the secretary i Two miles north of Retrop.
the Chamber of Commerce j ■ -
Ed Richey who lives north of
Retrop was trading in Lone
Dr. W. HdLWAIN
Physician and Surgeon
AU Call* Promptly Au»w*ml
Office over Orient State Bank
IHONE8: Office 6!» nr*- 12
All kinds of Insurance as good
as the best. Cummins ReMty €b.
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That oury stock of Groceries is always
• r we have Sugar, Bacon, Beans and
KCWCWIXr “Lasses” too.
, Remember OUT prices are in line with other merchants
PfmftnVf we can^ se^ all our goods on credit, it
KUUuuDCr takes money to pay the freight.
DEVEMRVV we are *n market for a^ e££s
and butter you have.
appreciate all the business we
” October J at.
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REMEMBER the Place.
|“ LONE WOLF MERC CO.
4» The Place Where Host People Trade
rooms, Hobart, and open to!
pnblic inspection at all times.;
The outlook for the Lugert
pi eject is very optimistic, but
the government works slow, and
if a new survey is ordered it
will probably be several months
before the engineers are on the
It was decided to continue
the organization, and the next
meeting will be held at the call
of the officers.
Roy Benedict, Ass’t, Secy, j A
The Ephworth League of the
M. E, Church South, entertained
with a masquerade social last
Friday evening at the home of *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellzey. All J
kinds of people were there a
especially the Sailor Boys and A
Cowboy Girls”, also Pocahuntus ♦
and several Nuns. Last but not .
least, ‘‘Louise and Elizabeth”. ^
The evening’s entertainment a
wkf pronounced a decided success A
everyone present report a de- A
iightful time. ^
Those present were: Misses
Exa Rhoden, Mable and Jewell A
Vaughn.Ruth and Gladys Welch. ♦
Floy and Ella Ewing, Ethel and J
Mary Tackitt, Fae Weils, Rose a
Yocum, Elsie Rjmmert and A
Florida Samuels. Messers: Chas. A
Reichart, Will Lawrence. Ray ♦
Noblit:, Victor and Allen Vaughr,! J
Geo. Cowger, Alfred and Rue - ^
olph VonTungln, Chas. Welch, I A
Otis Wells, Thornton Effing. ♦
Adam Hunt, Tom Landon, Chas. ♦
Wakefield. Elmer Bright’ Mr. ^
arid Mrs. Cook. Mr, and Mrs. A
Davis. Mrs. Nobles of Sentinel,■ A
and Rev. Adkins. ♦
Because times are hard that you
can’t afford a new Easter Bonnet
See Those at the Pioneer First
The style will please you and the
1owt prices will make so happy
you’ll want to kiss your mother-
Know the Merits of the
But we want to remind you that
we have the most complete lines
of OXFORDS we have ever had
and if you want your Husband,
Sweetheart or friends to love you
just try a pair.
Everything Else We Have is
Equally as Good
Why not buy from the best store
in town and be happy.
At ihe city election held hcre|
Tuesday a small vote was polled. ,
The following were elected,
j City Clerk. Chas. H. Welch;
City Treasurer, W. T. Johnson-
■ Trustee, First Ward.S. P. Barnes;
«2» [Trustee, Second Ward, F. E,
'Humphreys; Trustee. Third
Ward, T. Mclnturff; Trustee,
I Fourth Ward, Wm. Bright.
YOURS TO SERVE
At Pioneer Phone 11
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Hughes, Robert. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1912, newspaper, April 4, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914496/m1/1/: accessed July 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.