The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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THE KIOWA COUNTY NEWS
VOL. 14 -
LONE WOLF. KIOWA COUNTY OKLAHOMA. JANUARY 28, 1915.
The Orient State Bank
Negro Prowler Caught
A negro, giving his nana« as
Harris was discovered Sundry
'right about 11:40 o’clock trjkng
• Thim bank afforda a desirable depository
—protecting your funds by ample resources,
banking experience and conservative
maca&ement. We desire to main close ro-
tations with our present patrons and to
establish elm I liar 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.
to make an entrance into the J. show.
[H. B. Lowmiller heme in che
east end of town. The family
heard the noise and upon in-
i d estination found the negro in
an outer hall. Mrs. Lowmiller
summoned City Marshall E
Keichart by telephone, while her
Local and Personal w
Extensive improvments have
been made this week on the
building occupied by the picture
Horses, mares, mules and
milk cows for sate for either
cash or fall time. E. S.
Lawrence, Phone 15-80.
T. J. Rawlings came in Thurs;
day from Roach port. Mo., to
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husband kept watch on the in- v*8>t his son and daughter-in-law
truder who, after a few minutes Mr. and Mrs. B. R Rawlings
trieitomake his escape, but W. L. Davis who lives north-
vvas recaptured after a short wt»i of town has been very sick
chase. Mr. Reichart arrived by the past ten days, but we are
I this time and took the prisoner glad to report him improving at
j to the lock-up for the night,
t his same negro tried to enter
L N. JEROME, President
C. H. JOHNSON, Cashier
Miss Marv Cummings arrived
the R O. Bracken home the ‘ , ’ arrived
same night but w as scared awav ^y last week from St. Jo,
fefore he accomplished his pur- V,9't a w*",e. nere w,th
pose, by the appearance c f Mr. *?P bpo*her an? «»*ter*in-law,
Bracken who saw the fellow Mr a,d Mr8 P J Cummings.
* ! opening tne screen door. When Ur. J. M. Bonham of Hobart
f arraigned before Justice of the was called Tuesday in ronsulta-
\ j Peace. W. F', Eilzey, Monday; t*01, w*th Dr. T. L. Willis. oc
morning, Harris pled guilty tu this place, in the case of Mrs.
the charge of disturbing the E. D. Rule, who is sutlering
peace and was fined $50 and 30 from blood poison.
Our good friend, C. M. Bald-
win on Route 5. paid us a pleas-
I will continue to handle theij^oj-g carefully each time.
Cox Grain Co’s. Elevator andj Remember the game with the
Coal Business. Give me a call. I C.Dnton prirLs fearn next Friday
... t wt • night January 29th here, come
Wm. J. Wright i out and root and help us win.
THERE’S A REASON
Why hundreds and hundreds are trad-
ing with ns 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.
We Give Free Premiumns that are
;fast so much gained. ' We figure these
premiumns on a basis which is just the
same as we discount onr bills-giving
. You the benefit. We have supplied
. hundreds of homes with Plates, Cups and
Saucers, and other dishes. These are
Just so much gained. We are adding
other useful articles from time to time.
See the new Kitchen or Bath Room Fixture
at $3.50; Mirror, Brush and Comb Rack,
Towel Rack Combination Free for $60.00
SUN GOLD FLOUR
Is the heightb of prelection, as flours go. just a little
better than aiy other on the markets. On the market
this floor is worth MORE and costs us MORE than any
. other floor, hot we maintain the price with lower grade
itonrs, fust because we bought before the advance. It's
Guaranteed. We are selling oor 5th car load and not a
single complaint. •
“THE DEPEND ON IT”
Olustce-Lonc Wolf ......
, _ lays in jail. He was taken to Ho-
JJTSSr up toTa. 7.7LZI d.vhn.^ttwl i
da, January 28. ,8,5: ^-2? ’
Farmers G.n..............the season, the score being 17
Blue Gin................,868; t0 1(i in Ij0ne Wo|f8 fat0._
Portwooed Gin........... ,850, Th„ team8 „|ayod very mllch
Total............... 6448 alike and consequently there
\ were many tie balls; but the
NOtiCC j teamwork for both sides was
! good. The Olustee girls played
more accurately, aiming the ball
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
“MESMER" is still in the Farm Loan Market
and can YET make you a GOOD farm loan. In the
Farm Loan Market THIRTEEN MONTHS in the
If YOU should loose vour proputy by Fire or
Tornado with Money so HARD to get could you
REBUILD without the MEL!’ of your INSURANCE
POLICY? Insure your cotton on the farm. Cotta
next to nothing, per bale per month.
Do J04 want to BUY. SELL or TRADE? Youra
might be next to sell or if you want a snap
“MESMER" lias it.
Opposite Old Postoftice Bldg. Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.
Open Up Flour Market
Dun C. Campbell & Sons open
up the flour market. Flour
$1.25. per sack, good enough for
me and my family; some better
for other folks at $1.35, p*r
sack; some better for others at
$1.75, per sack. Feed of all
kinds at the lowest possible
price. We do all kinds of grind-
ing and will appreciate your'
Don C. Campbell & Sons
a«t visit yesterday and ordered j
the News sent to his daughter, —
Mrs, J. L Stanfill, and to his1 ..
cousin, Clarence Grooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Dar.iels,
who spent several weeks here '
with their daughter, Mrs. Earl1;
Rule, who has been very sick,1;
left Sunday for Hobart, where i;
they were expecting to spend a
few days with friends and then
proceed 'to Enid. A telephone
message Tuesday morning stat-'
ing that Mrs, Rule was again I
^akt.1 very bad, was received by1
hem at Hobart and they re-J
turned here on the noon train
that day. Thu sday morning Mr?.
Rule is reported some better.
USE FULL CREAM FLOUR
GHIGKASHA MILLING GO.
CRAIN AND COAL
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GRAIN.
The Best of Coal always on hand.
HONEST WEIGHT our motto.
W. E. McCARRICK, Manager.
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The case of W. M. Blackburn Postmaster J. V, MaCin of
vs. the Town of Lone Wolf, Lone Wolf has received a L.u,
which was called for trial in from the postoffice department
the county court at Hobart, at Washington stating that after
Wednesday, was continued on
account of the absence of a
witness for the Town of Lone
Wt If. It was later on in the
day, settled by A compromise.
The following is a report of
the amount of cotton ginned
(of the 1914 crop) prior tc
January lGth, 19l5, there were
42.0U9 bales of cotton courrting
round as half bales ginned in
Kiowa county, from the crop of
1914, prior to January 16, 1915,
compared with 17,102 bales
ginned prior to January 16,
J. W. Bradbury.
January 30. 1915, the postoffice
at Lugert, about nine miles
south of here on the Orient, will
be discontinued and all mail for
that place will be served from
the Lone Wolf pcstoffice.
Real Estate Transfers
The following real estate
transfers have just been entered
Arthur Bell to George N.
Hailson, $6.00, V. C. D. 1024 14,
lot 10 11 12, block 13, Lone
Ira B. Hartzog to J. H. B.
Lowmiller, $1.00, 11 21 14, lot 1
.to 8, block 88, Lone Wolf.
Card of Thanks
A Treat For You
The B. Y. P. U. of the Baptidt
Church will give an entertain-
ment at Prof. Davis’ conserva-
tory, located in the Bracken
Hotel building, next Saturday
night January 30th. beginning
at 8:30 o’clock, to which you are
cordially invited. This is to be a
penny a year entertainment and
you will be expected to be sup-
plied with pennies. No one will
be expected to be out more than
25 pennies regardless age.
The following program will be
rendered after which refresh-
ments will be served to tickle
your palate. Come bring your|
wife, daughter or sweetheart.
Sol°--------------Eva Lou Olen
Violin Solo----Irene Lowmiller
Reading ----------Eula Jerome
Music....... Male Quartet
• •: • 1 j Trio...........
Having .old the mill to Mr. Mr. and Mra Davi, ‘and“lloxy
Don C. Campbell. I wish to'Boui^rg
thank the people for their liberal! Short Story______Curtis Redford
patronage extended to me, and|Tou8t.............Alex Strange
I also hope you will give Mr. I M(.8ic...............Orchestr
' Campbell the same liberal
Wm. J. Wright.
You’ll Hot Fed
The effects of war or realize
that timer, are hard, if you
trade at J. M. HIGGINS &
A bright future for their cus-
tomers because they save them
MONEY and make them
Want to be prosperous and
contented this year? Then
trade at THE .PIONEER.
Their Cost Sale
On CLOTHING is. still on v
and they’ll make you Good
Prices on all their merchandise.
Cheer upand trade at THE
The News and three magazine*
for one year, all for $1.25.
YOURS TO SERVE,
J. M. Higgins & Company
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