The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA COUNTY NEWS
LONE WOLF, KIOWA COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, APRIL 27, 1010
LONE WOLF TELEPHONE CO.
We Handle Phone Boxes New and Second Hand;
Poles and All Kinds of Constrnction Mate-
rials. Good Live Batteries on Hand
At All Times.
All Kinds of Repair Work
Oddfellows and Rebekahs John T. Hays for
Iu Annual Convention County Judge
Oddfellows and Rebekahs rep- We ^ authorised to announce
resenting practically every lodge the candidacy of Judge John i.
in Kiowa and Greer counties met Hays for the Democratic nomi-
at Lone Wolf Wednesday. April natio" for the °n'lCP of Countv
20th, in celebration of the 97th Jud«e of Kiowa countv
\ anniversary of the founding of cominK Primary election.
Can You Stop a Hail Storm?
If Ycu Can’t You Need HAIL INSURANCE
Every successful man considers INSURANCE a good
investment, and carries it in every form.
Why should you spend six months producing a crop
and then see it wiped out in less than three minutes?
Come in the bank and let us tell you o.bout our
SECURITY policy. It is written bv an old line company,
established in 1841, who pay their losses promptly in cash.
Hail storms are no respectors of persons. Don't
think because you have been lucky you wili always be so.
A small investment in a SECURITY policy may be worth
$1,000.00 to you before August 1st.
L. N. JEROME, President, E. S. LAWRENCE, Cashier.
V. v •
and Pomps |
the Order in America. Jud**e HaV* is an old time set-
Preparations had been made tier coming to Kiowa county in
for entertaining at least 500 vis- the later part ot 190... lit* has
itors, but on account of the rain b<‘en an ai'tive practitioner at
the day before leaving the roads the Hobart bar *‘ver since, He
in poor condition, this number h*9 Practiced l:iw ^or thirty
was cut down considerably. How- Jears and has haci a wide expei-
ever. the attendance was a large fence in both civil and criminal
one as it was, and it seemed that cases. In all his acts as a lav.
the occasion was thorougly en- yer he is and has been on the
joyed by all. square with Court and Client,
Committees from Lone Wolf His long experience and prac-
Oddfellows and Rebekahs met t'ce make him well qualified to
the noon trains Wednesday, to Hll the office for which he asks
receive the large delegations his party s nomination,
coming from both east and west ln b*3 piivate liie. and in his
and after partaking of a dinner Public life he has always been a
prepared by the Ladies of the positive character.
M. E. Church South the dele-1 He is a democrat from prin-
gates proceeded in a body to theT'Pal and has always taken an
First M. E. Church where the active part in behalf of the par-
following program was rendered: ty. In the event of his nomina-
Music By Davis Orchestra. ' «on an‘l , h« . p™nifs.e8
,, r /v ci no the most careful attention to the
Seng—I. U. O. F. Ode. ... , Al , . . , .
invocation -By Rev. O. W. dutie8 of ‘he «"*“• whlch he 19
York. caPab!e of K‘v,nt?-
Welcome address—By Mayor
G. H. Strange.
Response—By W. R. McKee
of Cooperton Lodge.
Welcome address—Lone Wolf
Lodge, by Dr. Mcllwain.
Welcome address—Lone WolL -----
Rebekahs, by Mrs. Paul RusselL \ rousing College Comedy in
Song- Quartette. four big acts by Marion Short.
Recitation —Miss Eula Jerome. wji| be presented on the local
Response in behalf of visiting gtage by the class of 191(5 of the
brothers-J. B. Hendrix. Lonf, Wolf High School.
Response in behalf of visiting Watch for the date of ticket
Rebekahs, by sister Mahappy. gaie anfj get y0ur seats reserved
Music —By Davis Orchestra. early. Next week’s issue will
Recitation —Miss Iva Strange, carry the full particulars of this
Song—Rebekah Ode. great plav, and further informa-
After the program, which was tionin regard to the reservation
accorded hearty approval by the of seats. —Watch for it.
delegates, a business session was __________
held. J. G. Price of Lone Wolf,
presided at this meeting in the
absence of President Williams.
Secretary J. B, Hendrix of Ho-
bart was in his chair.
The St. Paul
The “ Daddy” Till
Opposite Old Postoffice Bldg. Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.
Watch For Date Next Week
'The Touch Down'
USE FULL CREAM FLOUR
CHIGKASHA MILLING CG
GRAIN AND COAL
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GRAIN.
The Best of Coal always on hand.
HONEST WEIGHT our motto.
W. E. McCARRlCK, Manager.
Easter Egg Hunt
There is a style, a distinctiveness and an indi-
viduality to Diamond Brands that is all
Once you wear a pair, you'll appreciate it.
Skill in designing, taste in making the different combi-
nations, as well as experience in line shoemaking, Kive
these pretty styles that indescribable something, called
Glass. This difference between the “Diamond Brands
and the ordinary run of shoes makes us
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE SHOES
I our new spring styles are here and we are
J prepared to serve you better than ever.
l Gome To-day; Bring your friends with you.
Mrs. W. E. McCarrickdelight-
fully entertained the children
A committee to draft by-laws with an Easter Hunt Saturday
afternoon from four till six.
Those attending were Allan Price
Anna Unice Dosher, Bell Brown,
Clara Merritt, Clarence Challa-
and order of business, was ap
pointed as follows;
J. B, Hendrix, of Hobart: C.
E. Hill, of Granite; W. R. Me-
Kee, of Cooperton and Mesdames cQmb) Char)ie Saunders, Edna
Stacey and isoi, of Hobart and Qrjffetb. Euna Davis, George- !;
Pool of Mangum. anna, McCarrick, Jauna Brown,
Mangum was se ected as the Kathryn Stewart, Louise Worley,
next place ot meeting by unani- Lojs WarbingtoP( Nina Dun,aPi
mous vote, and the following peari Dunlap. Willow Mae Higg-
ins, Thelma Higgins, Thelma
Willis, and Donald Stewart.
Delicious refreshments were
served, ail went home reporting
a jolly time.
♦ “THE DEPEND ON IT” %
ALEXANDER-RULE CO. \
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officers elected: W. S. Brad-
shaw, President; Mrs. O. E.
Fritchie. Vice-President; John
Tom me. of Mangum. Secretary.
Former Grand Master Lee-
craft, now secretary to the Gov-
ernor of Oklahoma, made an ad-
dress that commanded the clos-
est attention and an article read
by Miss Eula Jerome entirled
“Joining the Oddfellows” well John H. Lowery gave a dem-
received and highly applauded, onstration of the pulling qualities
In the evening the work of the °f the Bull Tractor at Mr, Hen-
Oddfeliows degrees was exem- derson’s farm last Saturday,
plified at the Woodmen Hall by It is needless to say that ihe
the Mangum. Roosevelt. Granite Bull pulled everything it was
and Hobart teams and that of hitched to. The impression is
the Rebekahs was exemplified at growing among our people that
the Oddfellow’s Hall by Mangum Mr. Lowery has the very best
and Gotebo lodges. Tractor on the market, besides
The crowning feature the oc- when you deal with] John Low-
casion was the grand banquet at ery you are dealing with a man
11 p. m. in the Oddfellows Hail, that will tell you the absolute
when all came together for a truth,
royal good time, and none were
disappointed. Not a Soothing Explanation.
Mar.v of the visitors remained .,Vbal „„ lUnk „„
over till Thursday, though most exclaimed the old mail. Who was no-
of them returned to their home8 torioosly tricky in business. He called
late Wednesday night, one and me a bareffcced robber." -Oh, well."
all expressing themselves as be- replied the man who knew him, prob-
ing highly pleased with Lone' *bly in Mia excitement he didn't notice
Wolf's ^tertainmeat.2.v : : .»row aniatadia.*
Don't Take Any Risk
The season is advancing and so is
Merchandise. The season’s very choicest
styles in our department; the new goods
will be just what you are looking for.
A big Shipment of the new Billikin Shoes, for
women and children; and also Sandals, Summer
Underwear, Voiles, Lace Cloth, Organdies, Dot-
ted Swiss, Crepe De Chine, Taffetas, China Silks
and Princess Silks, Linens, Beach Cloth, Drap-
ery etc., Men’s Soft Shirts and Sport Shirts.
Our Prices are Correct and
Slogan is to SHOW
Yours to Serve,
Here’s what’s next.
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Hill, F. C. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1916, newspaper, April 27, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914541/m1/1/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.