The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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Cotton Seed for Sale
Ov Car ft Behaae Cottas Serf las Arrived aid
Sods are far Ready (or Sak
Buy# #d md and thereby lucre—e yield—making it
tor you y here—c your acre*go. Wo have purchased a
nf Mthann Triumph Cotton 8—d grown «on the Devnoc
Farm, cultivated by Mr. Phelpe near Caddo, Oklahoma. Thin
farm w— cultivated under the direct supervision of State Depart*
meat of Agriculture. We put the— seeds up in 1 bushel sacks.
They are mod and dry. This cotton has a large boll, ia easy
picked. Buy it and increase your reward. This cotton makes a
lint yield of tt to 40 per — nt lint
PHONE 54 or CALL at RULE'S GROCERY
‘ Swanson County
Exists in Sense
That part of Oklahoma which
was Swanson county prior to the
issuance of an order dissoIvin*
the county by the supreme court
is still entitled to a represents*
tire in the legislature is the
mbetaaee of an opinion from
the utter—y general's office to
Secretary Ben Riley of the state
slertinn board delivered Monday.
Swanson county, which went
back to Kiowa —d Comonche
oanntisc at its dissolution by the
court, will be entitled to a
representative in the legislature
during the ten years for which
tbs last legislature apportion-
ment w— urnds, according to
According to the above opinion
apart of Kiowa, Tillman and
Comma—he counties will el—t
coo representative thin coming
election. Kiowa county. — it
existed when Swanson count;
w—a county, will be entitled u
Opel, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper who
|MB been eiek is rapidly improv
A Iargd crowd attended the
patty at the Omar Curry home
Grandma Lee of Lone Wolf
ii visiting in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Rutbie Curry and Grand-
Pm Benefield visited the former
Miss Osina Star called on Mrs.
Atwater Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of
Senti—1 visited Ollie Wilson
The Simpler School is progrree-
Miss Ivy 8everns wu the
met of Mrs. Edaon Monday.
Clyde Taylor was a pleasant
caller at the Jennings home
A large crowd of young people
attended the Easter egg hunt at
Tom Saunders, Sunday evening
and all report a good time.
Johnie Wright and Miss Elsie
Farrel were out driving Sunday
Misses Dora and Frusie Mc-
Guire spent Saturday night with
Minnie and Erma Jones.
The Misses Durland spent
Sunday with Miss Jennings.
Joe Bikerstalf and a fair friend
were out driving Sunday.
Uta, Ethel, Florence and
Mable Wright were the guests of
Clemie and Willie Saunders Sun-
Willie Pitta spent Monday
night with Ralph Jon—.
Orvile Tucker w— the guest
if Ch—ter Tucker Saturday
Leon Newberry and sons and
Mrs. Atwater rod little daughter
attended church at' Plea—nt
the iwt of the story:
-Hello, is this the Blank Lumber
-This ia the Blank Electric com-
pany. Have you got some No. I
yellow pine t»4’s ?”
-Smooth four aide*?"
-IVrfectlv straight P
-No knotholes P
“Go* forty of that dssevfpti— fta
-Well, pay, send 'em up as soon
a« poiuJWe. will you?"
“r»'*v." lirawWl the man at the
" Mo you want any
• >...!• r : * in that stuff?"
fla-b**d hack the other, -if
- I.- !•) t. i-re let'em be; but don't
*•••* •*»; drilled specially for this
Mr. Wilson—I hear jou have Ihvu
pretty su k. Sambo.
Kanibu—Yss, *ah. I w n* so sick
flat I'd lH*en a dead man now ef I
hadn’t ter lived.
VERDICT Off THS “1EST PSOPLX-
A fashionable suburb of San
Frum'iirn was in the throes of a so-
cial seandnl, which rerullid in a feud
anions; the reshh'ists r.s to whether a
certain woman should l<e invited to
any more afternoon tens and bridge
I parties. The struggle raged for
several days, the woman in the onse
COUGHS AND COLDS
PHOftPT UM WU OPTCN PWffUT
PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION
MlCff UOc a— |LM SOLD AMO —UAgAHTBEO GY
LONE WOLF DRUG STORE
in ASliUT THE PUT Mniinuta* to Ik iwmoJ u.,,1 .out. BENEFIT OF MORNINS WALK
■■ - tainiil.
»ut Htr Nsigttbors at ttu Thaatsr DM don't understand how she line*
tJot Appreciate Her Ba- it,” remarked one of tluwe .who were
plsnationa. * .
_ against her.
u was the second time the play “Why, it's simple enough." eooed
hat. conic to the city, and the worn- ont’ re*|»|M,,*t*?rw
“All of the
There will be Litcrory at Sim-
pler Friday night Every one
Mr, and Mra. Gilmore and son
visited Ed Martin and family
Mr. Gray and family visited
Mr*. Roberta Sunday.
Carl Newberry and Mi— Sadie
Lee vicitad at the Curry home
The people of Simpler are
going to organise Sunday School
» next Sunday. Everybody come
.< aut and take part.
f Mr. and Mra. Witten 'and two
1 daughters visited at the Keen
j. home Sunday.
I * Mr. and Mra. Hawkins visited
* at the Brown home near Bathe
f A Dutch Roy
F—Fur trimmed pluah
caps on Main Street in Lone
Wolf. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and 'paying
for this notice.
Clark and Teddy Win
Chicago, Ilia., April 9,—Win-
ner* in the Illinois preferential,
advisory and direct primary
elections Tuesday — indicated by
sufficient returns to warrant a
prediction, are — follows:
For president. Chrmp Clark,
democrat; Roosevelt, republican.
For United Slat— senator, L.
Y. Sherman, republican.
MA0V POH MOM.
Biahap Burgeon of Long Iilnd,
apropos of his crusade against Sun-
day flying, said at a luncheon ia
-I sin against the formation of
bad habit*, whether they be habits
of laziness, of Felfishne**, or of Sun-
day flying. ‘IV1 sure,’ we are told—
*be wire your sin will find you out.*
n wn» there who undated on inform-
- her companion iilxiut every move
•' .» **ar just before it was made.
“Now lie is going to read that lat-
er, and that will -how her that ahe
has misjudged him,” she said.
The play, with its accompaniment
of comment, went on while those
round the woman who had aa— it
Tlie third act was ending with a
•-rand climax. The hero seemingly
id all that was coming to him.
' Inly a few plot threads were dang-
ling, and they had been forgotten by
“Now, you see how delightfully it
>m1s. It hasn't been changed a bit
from last time,” She began to put
..n her list while she smiled patron-
singly at her companion. Bat the
audience didn’t leave at the fall of
the curtain. There was another act.
Two girls in the next row giggled.
A ORIAT ADVANCE.
Some of the greatest advances of
civilization are made silently. They
escape the flourish of trumpets, while
other much less important advances
are accompanied by incesoant drum
beating and pyrotechnics. The dim-
inution of the death rate is one of
the signal triumphs of modern en-
lightenment. It is also one of the
most potent checks on economic
waste. The average age of each gen-
eration is being materially length-
ened, and that result ia chiefly being
reached by stopping the excessive
loss of infant life. Yet few persons
realize the extent of the beneficent
progress thus made, or what it baa
mean* in the way of increasing the
ram total of human happiness and
Logan M. Bullitt, discussing
grafting in Philadelphia, said the
“These people have a nmed moral
sense. They remind me of a Wi«-a-
hit kon girl.
“‘Oil, mamma.' she said, ‘you’ll
have to di-charge the new governess.
Iicst puple an* against her, of
oourfr; but ia this case, as in many
others, the best people are in a hope-
leas minority."—Popular Magazine.
For Sato— Good work ard
brood mare for sale for cash or
good note. Alio delivery wagon,
W. N. Julian.
la Generator ef Vivacity Withe*
Which Beauty is but a Shal-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho County Court of Kiowa County, (tut-
In th« mntur of tin* Emit* of F*. M
John.on Into of tho town of Ixm- Wolf.
County of Kiowa, Slat- of Oklahoma. d-c-aa-C,
All prnoM having claim* analnat nM V. M.
Johnaon d-c-aMd, *re required to eihlbit
the wm, with the —ceiiary vouchera, to the
bnderaiyned. duly apiwinted and qualified
admlnlntratiii of nM deeeaaed. at Lone Wolf,
comity of Kiowa, and Male of Oklahoma, and
that four mi rths after the first publication of
tb>a notice baa bees limited, by order of the
Xotmty Court of »aid Kiowa County, aa the
time for creditors of aald deceased to exhibit
and present their claims against aald estate.
Dated Ike 20th day of March. I»II.
MKH. GEORGIA A. JOHNSON
By J- F. GRIFFITH, her attorney.
> Sttvcr Pick, Ik. 2514.
Silver Dick ia an English Shire
$19,00 for living colt.
The early morning walk is highly
recommended , by physicians, but
many business women who would
gladly follow their advice find that
limited time forbids their taking tha
walk returning, redressing for tbs
day end breakfasting. In such cases
business dress is donned after the
bath or, if the Iwth ia omitted, after
exerciser. Walking to work or at
lesat a part of the way, is an alter-
native for a morning tramp. If yon
sip one of the army of cummuters.
walk to the railway station, and if
yon are a city dweller walk to the
station ten blocks away. Increase the
distance every morning until two
miles srs covered, or more if you
All of this requires considerable
time in the telling. “Goodness, if I
did ell of these things my morning
would be gone,” cry the douhtful.
Not a bit of it, students of the
beauty cult. The fact ia, you will
not spend es much time as you do
over your cosmetic boxes, your lo-
tions and creams. Before yon de-
pended upon your druggist to sell
you portions of unquestionable pret-
tinesa from time to time. Now you
are becoming sole owner of youth
and radiance. Moreover, you have
achieved the unquenchable fine of
health, the generator of vivacity
without which beauty is but^ shal-
law mask that melts before tne first
drop of moisture, the first playful
breeae happening along. Bo a part-
ner in Beauty, Nature A Co., —t S
Tom Haya of Hobart, candidal*
for 8heriff was in the eity Satur-
day getting acquainted with the
Vasco, No. 3541.
V—co is a German Coach. A
fine horse without a fault.
$§2.00 for living colt.
For Three Years
“Mr. Miles’ I*c-‘.o;awi o Nerv-
ine cured me of a perfcxl «»f
nervou* piiMtration of over i! ce
years duration, and the Am. i-
Pain Pill* are as necessan •“
us as the roof of our huiM*.
They have been household > >-»n-
edick with us for many years.”
WM. J. LOL'C.l !IIA\.
1414 Catherine >t..
Much sickness is due to nerv-
ous troubles. Headiclie, *liz-
siness, epilepsy and tin unity «r#
nervous troubles. Then there
la a large class of disorder*,
which arise from a wcaknr>*> of
the nerves of an organ or pari,
as weak lungs, hear*, stomach,
kidney, bladder, c\ **, etc.
Dyspepsia ami indigestion art
usually the result of nervous
soothes the irritated nerves, and
assists the nerve cells to gener-
ate nerve force.
Dr. MMti’ Mervlne I* eelfi toy a* AS
•Ists. If tse first kettle faNs t» MM—
§awr Smggitt will return yew MM*
MILUS MtDMAL CO, IS*Mi M
Ve do all kir.f's «*f irpiiir
a mpoela/ty Satis-
J. M. 071GB L
Tltst is true, but it is also true that,
when your sin pay* \ou a m*.«d, jghiVItTfulir'wfciwiir
third and fourth call, it generally «*wi,kcl? How wickedV said
finds you in.’ fhc Olofhcr<
“ ‘She tells it-,* said the little girl,
'Bible stories on week days.' ”
' Among the stories that were go-
ing the rounds last week was this
one: A man from Fayette and one
from Glasgow met in Columbia.
“So you’re from Glasgow,” said the
Fayette man. “Niie old town, but
not laid out so beautifully as Fay-
ette.” “Probably not,” eaid the man
from Glasgow, “but when our town
lu fomrs as dead as Fayette wc nhall
1ST her out- beautifully, never fear."
—Kansas City Bar.
- • A LIRE SAVER.
Knieker—Why (lot.* Jones keep A
~ I parrot?
I have a large assortment of) Hocker ft is trained to yell ruck-
childrens pretty hats in all the' no ten times whenever lie comes
latest shapes. Mrs. Marshall. . home.—New York 3un.
A New York journal says then*
aW* cornstalks in Couhecticut “as
large ns a small tow.” How con-
venient ! Now. iq the Ohio valley
bottom landii the ehief drawback to
corn raising is that the squirrels
climb the stalk and when safely out
ef rifle range eat the ears, while the
airship in ita present development
wabbles so that it is no good to shoot
from.—14)uisviHe Courier-1 on mal.
WILD OAT* AMO RYE.
> '. »- ____
Motiler—After all, the hot
ocly sowing his wild oaffc "
Father—I wouldn't mind it
didn’t mix in so much lye.
Tip Top No. 4425
Gray with white points and
Large Bone with all the good
qualities and plenty of fine mule*
MIS. OO for living cult. £
lob Back Jack
J/O. OO for li ving colt.
If Mare is sold, traded or re-
moved from the countv, service
fee becomes due at once. A iien
on mare and colt held as security.
All of the above will make the
season at niy barn just north of
the Kock (Island track in Lone
J. W. FENDER
Owner and Keeper
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