The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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The Kiowa County News
F C. HILL, Editor aid Prop.
aabwription *1.00 Per Vest In Advance
Published Thuredsy of Men woe*
,.0l.r^d .t me Post nmc. »; W0lf
rtroODd Cl*»« M»U M«»«r Apr, 1*. 1W*-
ihuradav, April 20, 19H»
The News is authorized to an-
Mr. McCHntic’s bill would
amend the Trade Commission
ac* by adding the following:
“That from and after the pas-
sage of this act it shall be un-
lawful for any person, partner-
ship or corporation, engaged in
commerce not exempted trom
the provisions of this act to oner
for sale anv stocks, bonds, or
other securities in any state or
territory of the L’nited States
Au‘ru9t lat' ’•1 • - tie,, together with a report of
, Virgel Norris went to Oklaho-
ma city on the morning train
Monday and will return with
Harrv Fender in a Saxon car.
A. E. Harvey and T. F.
Wright marketed Kafir corn in
Lone Wolf Monday.
Misses Pearl and Fay Jamison
visited the Misses Williams.
Moore and Norris shipped a
ear load of hogs to the Ft. Worth
market last Friday.
C. 0. I,ee and mother visited re-
latives near Hobart Sunday.
Miss Jewel Threlkeld is \isit-
Nathaniel C. Fowler, Jr.
Csurag*. I >' *«" Vnforttmrt*. -
••t* *otir husband *n optimist?" i old C.en'.leriuiu (•.•ug.Otiill o'1* ‘t,u if*
i usked Hi* iimuUiUvi* Ionian. "Of /tfUr>—"t suppose ! can *rit(? to your
course lie is." replied Mrs. Torkins. | last employer lor your characlei .
; And he bus the courage of his convic-i chauffeur—"1 urn sorry i<> c«y> b
j lions i d hate to know how much : eat.h of the last two getitleim.n l uav«
I Charley s optimism cost him at the i.een with died iu my service,
race track." Punch.
■ lies, ........
7Th District the business engaged in showing
(Copytitht, S‘"‘P* i
Farmers Cotton Oil CO.
l.et me diverge for once from uij
Miss Jewel lnreiKeiu is visn- policy of addressing young people di
in, her (rrandparent* here .hi, — “
week. The selection of a vocation Is usual
This is a wilderness of woe but it ^ *
For County Treasurer
M. (Cham PRIRBLE,
detail the amount of capita! This is a wilderness o \\oe u i hl3 p#renta or by both.
enpi.nl stock issued j^ ad- ... u~
For County Assessor
p. (Jim) LAN GAN.
For Court Clerk.
0. W. HUCKABY
r. F. (BOB' ALLEN.
C. R. (Charlie)LEE.
For County Attorney.
J. F. GRIFFITH.
For County Judge.
JOHN T. HAYS.
. . •, | Q,,M.b ic«uea. | wuum iwr ic.a i.v.iov .. ---------- iiituinnaiii. s, least, the paient ii
invested Ol cap . I J had to pjn their hats on. supposed to he the best adviser for hit
the amount paid therefor, am*,eui son. because he has Been more of him
me manner and time of the pay- it would.v been much better Bad should be aide to diagnose his
msm of same; .he dividends' mother Eve had a canned the
paid, the surplus fund, ii an' • | serpent and dried the apple
and the number of stockholders. -- •
« .-1 i*
. ^----------- - - tends to advise the son for his good, it
t • i .i of chorlov f hnniin 18 obvious that neither the father noi
, , , tin£y liebtsl Its said that Chatlev •! tbemotherisiufftllible.andthat.be
the funded ami floating llecus acts ,he f00l for a salary of six
the interest paid the,eon> thousanti dollars per year, and
the cast and value of any Pr(JP' • t think how many acting it
nr other hold- •' ,......l’ „
Will buy your surplus Cotton Seed
all tunes and will keep a surplus of
Cotton Seed Cake on hand.
Any time you are in the market
for either, call and see us.
and salaries paid each: and also
the amount expended and how
expended: the earnings and re-
ceipts, the operating and othei | NOllCC
and the balances ot
expenses. ........- —
profit and loss for the year pie . rns Doy ailu ue ls 4lUic »■»«*.. —
ceding the filing of said notice. | pm (he convenience „f voters l'“S
ing human, they are likely to err and
Influence their boy to his detriment.
We are all more or less swayed by
prejudice. If a father, lor example
has made a failure of his work, he is
likely to advise his son against it
even though the latter may be adapted
to it. Conversely, if a father has i
achieved success in his vocation, he |
Quite naturally assumes that what he i
has done well his boy can do equally j
The parent often forgets to study
his boy. and he is quite likely to as
Yours To Serve
ceding the tiling 01 sam ncc.^., p0l t^e convenience ot voters lh“t
or for such time as such PerS^n'j jn Rjgr Elk precinct 1 will be at I do not consider that the advice of
watmistoam •ira'usrrs.’f «c.-“t = .....
where opeiation has been le9S 5th and fith for the purpose of
Farmers Cotton Oil Co.
W. H. DAVIS, Manager
-- where delation has been less pul-p0Se of Su.Lri'SrTmer than
II for Tridc Cummissioa to Super- than one year preceumK --- registering all who may wisn to
t^inckUcu^ Affects all In- tice and without first obtaining | t ke advantage of this conven-
f ise Stock Issues Affects an m mlhorhy to otfer for sale such, jence i
dustriesEngaged in inter- stock, bonds, or other securities Remainder of registration pe-
“ • . • | ICNbCl
stock, bonds, or other secunne. Remainder of registration pe-
State Commerce. as herein provided. ! riod hooks will be at my resi
If after examination of such J d(?nce ,
The Setv York Gctnroeroiai report, ^orl“«et‘^r
makes the foilowmg statemen required, the Commis
in regard to the bills introduced ^ ^ deem that the business
by Jim McCbntic to preveut le ^ ^ affected is in a state of sol-
of watered stock or inflated and offevs a reasonably
bC)Tn^8 u. . .M1RfS^;an isafe investment for the public
Washington, ApnU8 LSpeciam.t ^ .ggue tQ 9uch peraon.
Representative McChn w g• partner9hip, or corporation a
Jay introduced in the Hou«■ • cevtitk<ate reciting: in substance
bill designed to give to the “ 8uch per8on, partnership,
era! Trade Commission therein named is
regulate the issuance u^ecun ^ authorized to offer for sale such
by interstate 7r^[at^_n“d stocks, bonds, or other securities
also mtioduceda in any state or territory of the
along very much the same lines. l)erson.
but allowing the Conn 'g&J* Rt corporation fail.
merce (omnnsamn to rc* ' h„ ing to comply with this section
the issuance ot se'“nt,“ ,he shaU forfeit in addition to the
mte,state ™ roads The ne ,ty pre8cribed for a viola-
measure relating to nutate ^ q. such ^ ,0 (he Unite(l
corporations is ten ,mP"'tan' States, the sum of One Hundred
at this tune, in wen Dollars for each and every day
U’ude of the House regat-nntg Mlars^^ ^ ^
the regulation h' “'”covcl* in the manner pre-
of railway securities, which has provisions of this
been incorporated in the Rav- sermeu uj m
J, R. Watkins.
Precinct Registrar for Big Elk.
For rtrerrationi or information
write to or call on
TIC1ET AGENT. ROCK ISLAND LINES
Di*. Tiw. A*t.
FOR A NEW STOMACH
>lt isMii.l that one of America’s best known
s • *11* . ....... a. I>. , Mtitln.t I >» ill.
Albert Cravey of Man gun was
The parent should begin to study
his son when the boy has passed his
fourteenth or fifteenth year, perhaps
before; he should watch him care
fully, talk with him in a friendly way,
and bring to his attention the advan-
tages and disadvantages of the sev
eral callings, especially those t'oi
which lie thinks his son is titled.
The father should go further, and
consult with his friends, those who
come in contact with his boy, that
from composite counsel, he may be
able to advise him more definitely and
To push or to force the boy into a
vocation, without careful thought and
considerable study, is as wicked as It
Is to rob him of his birthright.
Thousands upon thousands of boys
have been started wrong because of
self-opinionated fathers, who, without
consideration, forced their sons into
vocations against their inclinations
Many a devoted mother and over
ambitious father, wholly from self-
pride and without any real regard for
their offspring, have attempted to
■oen e him into some profession, when
the boy had absolutely no liking for it
or ability to practice it. They would
have their soil a lawyer when the boy
would make a good business man
They would force him to become a
teacher when he lacked the power to
Impart Information. They would make
a business man of a student who
loved his hooks more than money.
Remember, parents, that your boy
vn the threshold of life, is soon to be
his own master, and that you have no
more right to force him under \out
will than you have to steal his over
coat or shoes.
The boy of today is the man of to-
morrow. and what you do with him ter
.lay may make or break him tornor
Order Your Hoosier Cabinet
Before the Price Goes Up
An enormous demand and recordbreaking output has
helped to keep down the cost of the Hoosier this season.
This maker was also protected by large contracts for taw
materials before their cost advanced.
Customers^who buy now get full benefit of these sw-
ings. But everything points to higher costs, so we advise
you to act promptly.
Certain necessary grades of steel, tin plate, aluminum,
lumber, veneer-in fact everything that goes into Ihe Hoo-
sier’s life-time construction has gone up in cost. Some ar-
ticles as much as 300 per cent.
The maker has warned us that Prices are subject
to change without notice due to causes beyond con-
Yet remember, the Hoosier factory makes as many cab-
inets as any five others combined. So whatever the price.
the Hoosier can give bigger value than other makers.
The Hoosier has many exclusive features that save jou
time and labor and miles of steps. Regardless of the space
in your kitchen, there’s a Hoosier to fit it nicely, at a price
you can easily pay.
$1.00 Weekly, pays for it, Your money all hack
if you are not delighted.
Come today while the low prices prevail.
,J. G. PRICE
is saul that one of America s Know n ** * . y«
imlti-nn11u»nairt*s—a man who ruined lii< ili- jn l.ono Wolf last Saturday. Mr.
.....nonin Cra,,ey formly taught school in
V would pay a million doll«N» lor « n» w
Put, whilo surgrons have Uvumo very
Mangum, hut has recently been
«nt. wtme surgeons n»*e Qnnn:ntPi-i v < Inspector for the
kiltfnl in ixTfonuing operations that were appOinieo t . t
-rnv considered in.i*o*siblr. uot«..iy has g^^west Portion 01 the State
topped forward and ofTerrd to sell hw stony . , .
h to that millionaire. Y.>ur stomach w -phe Creamery Building in this
aorth more riwn a million dollars to you. It ^ tQWn ROinjr Up rapidly.
t iki’s ndlliviiairc’s stomach is so ruioetl by , y |)oren attended
. That it om never In-ma<ie ‘a- p .Kin-’ Uianutlld tan
n-n ” l.v any tin-dicine. Put YOl'R stomacli. c|ags serViceS ot the .Malem.t.
,*^>:a^!.N0W“nk'wlumlt0,t* dawn people in Hobart last Sun-
f YOO suffer frotn tnmgcsnoa, near**
...in,” g-.iK hi stomach, foul breath. s<’nse
*t;i!no>s after catiag, 9*'\\t <toinarh, nnU viil
u NOW im toad of delaying longer, yoi
.... get PROMlvr relief.
DR. THACHER S
E. BE VIS, Agent
Lme Wolf. Oklahoma.
liAtftaftn* YOU CAN BUY
____.1____- nl>.l it tHltl'L V \
r. -,;i set your ston’.ach right, and do it quickly.
Ii will stimulate and regulate your liver,
,vhich supplies bile to die stomach. It will
hich supplies late to UU? ft;'* :cu. n ‘ ;
:j .ls provide the stomach with Jl M " n.v t ,
IT xki:i>s in order to do its wonderful «ork ;
• .K...,.vi.«n mor** tH'neOtlV.
3* digestion more perfectly.
It will lubricate your bowels, and cause r
them to move nnturally and gentlv. It will <
x vour »1; ie digestive ‘‘Workdmp into )
i\ rking ord, r. cleat "it, oil up the' ‘ >‘nachm-
-ly,” strengthen it—and you H lie AM.V/.hU
by the change.
’ Vour ap;*-tite will improve. l-.«*d will
r, -te GOOl > to V.)U. There will >«e no more
4, ^>3u»fort or painK. You 'll fe»-l STRONGER.
I ife will t»e UuiLT worth the living.
IX) jt NOW—give your stomach the ie-
f it i« CHlimc for. Woie you ar.; like the
hh - i lu.vttxt* /
KF.PA1R Dealers sell ode and 51 -OMbottlw y
THACRER MEDICINE COMPANY, j
D Chattanooga, T tunesse*.
Some Groceries, sometimes, somewhere, .iust
as good as Ours-But.you can’t buy any
Groceries, anytime, ;anywhere, any better
The Stage Englishman.
Bancroft, the English actor, brought
ipun the stage a new type of languid
Englishman Sotlieru. iu his T.ord
Dundreary, had represented an fc.ng
ish aristocrat as an absolutely brain-
ess idiot. When the aristocrat ap-
peared upon the boards he was gen-
•rally made into a caricature of fatu 1 1
But Bancroft put before the eyes of
lis audience a presentable as well as
i real specimen of a man of breeding.
• little haughty and disdainful, fuil oi
ihsurd airs, but by no means a fool
ind alw ays good hearted.
Of course, the rn^st notorious exam
pie of his skill was Hawtree in
Taste.” whose appearance under the
nimble roof of the Eecies fam.lj is so
lie is so entirely a fish out of water
•nil yet so affably and pleasantly at
nome a gentleman, iu short who is
•ull of native kindliness.
Every Eatable Article At This Store
is backed up with our personal guarantee as
to its Goodness. So, for Goodness- Sake get
these Better Groceries.
For Sale bv
I i V£ AND LET LIVE DRUG STORE
AND HARTSON’S, PHARMACY
Loae Wolf. Okia.
Merritt and ScMerioli
Lone Wolf, Okla. Pbonc No. 132
“How is it that you can tell with
3ut timing him whether or not a mo
torist is exceeding the speed limit
fixed by your local ordinance If 1
can t count the spokes in his gosh-
iarned wheels I'm pretty sure he s
breakin' the law.'' replied constable
Sam T Slackutter, the well-known
sleuth of Skeedee. And if he looks
like a Kansas City feller that s got
the money to pay his fine know
blame well he is:'—Kansas City Star.
LONE WOLF FURNITURE STORE
Furniture and Undertaking
DrusiUa. called Xlr. Twobble. “yott
told me 45 minutes ago you would be
down in a minute Well.' an-
swered Mrs Twobble from the privacy
of her boudoir, “what about it?*' I
want to know when you are comin*
Vam Aunrp In the course of one yeru the balance of
AlC IUU AWdlC vour watch makes 157.fiSO.OtK) revolutions
Think of it!
-rw. <* ■ mlnrn*'
In rime the oil gunts. produces friction and wears the deli-
cate bearings, destroying their high finish and perfect lit. thus
ruining an accurate timepiece.
An ordinary machine is oiled daily. Your watch should be
oiled once o year.
Let us examine it: an honest opinion front us will cost you
nothingh * . T i
k A iv*i« ; Watch maker ami Jeweler,
A. A. DUHilgafl, tone Wolt, . Okla.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.