Harrison Gazette (Harrison, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1904 Page: 1 of 12
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Harrison, Oklahoma, Fridly^ March 25, 1904.
The Republican voters of Harrison township met in
TndT L Hamilf 2 P' "I e'eeting Jwn" B-nnanPchairman
and A. L. Hamilton secretary. A. W. Train, who tendered
his resignation as committeeman, was superseded by J J
Kliewer, after which the following delegates were efectedi
V1*' Pyrus Gittin^ J- H. Schmidt, J. Van Ak-
ren H Dallke Jas. Dickson. David Gmrtz, C. A. Reimer,
H. Kliewer H. Reimer, Chas. Clapp, John Warkentine and
J. B Russell, who were empowered to choose their own al-
ternates. Delegates were instructed to vote for J. M Kirk-
adjourned e'rit0ria' C°mmitteeman after which the meeting
h.ll ')l tP' the RePublican8 of Harrison met in the city
electing Wm. De Lesdernier chairman and Geo. L Zink
ZZ7 n thp T!8' The followi"g delegates were then
M ? • ' T' R,chert' J- M. Kirkwood, C. M. Brown,
i . I . 1 ierce, O. H. Minton and F. B. Heinrichs, who select-
ed the.r own alternates. The delegates were instructed to
vote for J. M. Kirkwood for territorial committeeman. The
vacancy in the county committee caused by the resignation
of J. M. Kirkwood was filled by the election) of Claude Tut-
tie, after which the meeting- adjourned.
Tornado In Missouri.
A tornado struck Higginsville, Mo., last Monday which
wrecked fifty buildings, mortally wounded one man, injured
several others and left the town in utter darkness and the
streets strewn with debris. A hail storm accompanied the
tornado and some of the stones were as large as hens' eggs.
Dozens of trees were blown down and a number of horses
killed. The downpour of rain filled every cellar in town.
Sully Goes Broke.
Sully the Cottcn King, after clearing over $4,000,000
in his cotton corner, did not let well enough alone but tried
to grasp more with the result that he is now in the hands of
a receiver and his many victims will probably realize forty
cents on the dollar on their investments. Thus has another
element >/one wrong.
There is good reason why our busi-
ness is increasing constantly. We
never misrepresent, but sell our
goods upon their merits at a living
profit to all alike. We have the
most complete hardware and imple-
ment stock in town and would call
your attention to the following lines
which we handle:
] I* Case Plow Goods#
Bain Wagons and
We also have a first class tin shop
in connection. Call and see us-
0. H. Minton <£ Brother.
Prairie Fire Victims Dead.
Rudolph Harmon who was severely burned in the re-
cent prairie fire near Lawton died in the hospital of that city
after terrible suffering last Tuesday morning, his brother D.
Harmon having died last week from similar injuries sustain-
ed at the same time while trying to save their home from fire.
The Dixie Store, Hobart, Oklahoma.
Our Spring Goods are now on display. We ean supply your wants in Everything
1 hat Belongs in Our Line, the Only Store in Hobart or Kiowa County That Can Do
It. You are invited to come and inspect our Mammoth Stock of the Latest Fabrics.
We Pay Your Railroad Fare When Your Purchases are $5.00 or Over.
ci .* n „ A1® Mxle store, Hobart, Oklahoma.
Slaner o Haxman Proprietors.
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Rehfield, E. T. Harrison Gazette (Harrison, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1904, newspaper, March 25, 1904; Harrison, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184018/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.