Hobart Weekly Chief. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 17, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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hobart Weekly Chief.
H V CMAAJ&KV 4 fsMufcsr
T* . < IV; l► •
irak.ntr it hot for ar
grafter wb- got a b«
iv«~ < f Oklahoma C
that ' ity ar - *tand
paper* « n lh«* pr
aver they will not
book* or pay for th
th«* work i« • don«-
wf> - -f
ation«. i* what d
Thf people wh
ar«> not ending
to < >ywr Bay
tie- mo-t dif:~
labor pr- bUm
<>t r - > r^an li-
nn* r **y n d .
foot th*- hill*
- .1- .i march-
it part ..f tht
II hav.- b«««*r
IIOWI COUITY EWS.
I; TH h Off Eiet «(es M
Fro* Of*' S*r .'
f r • tk Gcift
William W**«r ha> *>ld his
f&.-wi south «.f t-. n t<. Frank La-
-< rt Mr \v.. -U will return to
Vrkui.^a- -here hi- par nt* r—
heavy this year as it ought to be
still he says he will raise mor*-
r-otton t" th** aere than last al-
though plenty of rain fell last
year and pneiicaDy none this*
Wednesday's rain seemed to
b ireneral. It came up from th
The aj **t
proj**< t*-d so
Laredo. M *xir<
river from Laredo.
toiling t> i
sweet *--■• and light,
means it he mi^rht g<
City. And thin reminds us that
Official Counts and City Pap*r th'-r are '< i-ir.-s- rn«*n i-. 11 art
— , lik>- for th<* • th«-r f. .. w i-
ap- "patronize home induatne* hut
just wfc<. themselves u«e baking
powder counter slips. stock state-
menu. Impliment Ajpe stationery -a,^m
and send out of l/«wn for hundreds
Th.- plan. of th.. Guthri- U« - ***"w<,Bh Mr
,p w -i. -.r-.y.-l I.J- fin- >—' "•«' rtouM g; V, <h, horn
I i Haturlfty morning .-nulling ' -« "..n,.- - f our
I Lilly ,n- «." • "'I !,n" ■""•r
"home indu trie would iro out
«u r«*< I ■
— >,f b'j-1n**s-> )f ti • r patr.rf —-rv-
Thi- T. *a' Htat*- Fair at f allas *'« «h**m as they s«-rve thr hom*^
will ) pvilM off Sept JH to Get. printers by ending tie ir patn.n-
II. Ther*hiefa/kriowle<lg..s re- a f-to outside eoneerns. In the
. eipt of a *eav>n eomplim-ntery his paf * r has devotwl much
for the name spac- condemning the practice of
W.-nl !,«. lv,..|.n.l IVu..-r«n..my^ I rwud t ■ -
that Ki< hard Olney will b**Ni« an- !^h**ar"'* ^'ar
didate for the democratic nomipa- h«*reaft* no one n« *« > mir| ri
tion for president.
bare (MiSHibility of
•urrencjr v-heme is
&ly with a view to
jntinuinp th** overta*ati«*n of
W"<- .-an Vx*at J« hn Hull ^ailinj;
yatehs. and we ar* giving him a
elose raee in th matter of im-
. he wants
ha v>- more
If he really
i to pumping
• reafter n* one n**«a<l l>
Kven the '"i we «pcnd s*.me of
aach a thing unition on a litt** n
, John Bull shiver
<>il and refinimr sutjar.
t general Mil**s i" quit** rorre« l
in saying that th*- automobile
would mak** a if *>d war engine.
If it proved a" fatal in war as it
has in peace it would
Naturally enough th
are demanding th** ritfht to is^u«-
currency on their bank ass^-t-
wen* the nien who denounced the
populntie id-a of loaning gov-
W. R. Robert# and wife are
now ni'*e|y Us ated in their new
h<>u*e. one block north of K. ^ -
Thackston. This is one of the
IdMt re^iden<- - in L' ne ^< lf.
i Kiborn and Martin have fitted
up a neat room in
M* at marlc-t building and ar*
usint^ it a a real <*8tat** wCBee.
They have a splendid display of
inin«*ral from th - Wiehita mount-
ain- and al"'- <>f product* --f th *
-• il ef Ki<'Wa eounty.
OOCTORINO A LCOPAWO'S TAIU
D rge ■'* Job Ptrtorvrma by S .per*
Undert of "Zoo."
8upenBteadoni So! StepLaa, of U a
Zooloir^-a'- Oardf-n Uie Cin' loaan
BBtj-jlrcr wu b«i*r admlaisterlng to
th« VUU of 8u«i^ the black
eu recently. 'bo bad a mtx-up wl®
ber r'xt door neUhbor. Caesar tna
which ended in tbe btt-
u .-- t and passed on«-a-t but peo* tag ber tail. , h ,
For a tim« Mr Kcepban feared Uat
; n-ide fix - mil*- 'ath bIoo<1 polling oald Bet in and caoaa
*a« Ttry lif I the d -ath of tb* leoparde« which la
th. n./.wever, th.- ' i rained at $400. Howeirer the chaaeja
are ttai ber beautiful tail, wbick
hidden by bandae**, will bo somewhat
dlBfi^ured Th*' two animals occupy
separate cage* side by side, and ebs
Inadvertently put ber tail between tha
bars that teparao- thun, and in an in-
state the jacuar had bunk bit- teeth
to it. A flght to niako the animal
loosen his hold was futile, and Anally
the keepers, armed with clubs, sot Into
iodieated heavier rain fall.
T*i♦ t >un tohOfliaOpMtod Mon-
day and are progressing ni'-ely
under Prof. Tallin's <harge.
Pnd. Evan* didn't barricade th«*
«*-h*s>l house and play the high
the old f ity which some p*.-ople seemed
lies.*' " " ' " |* 1 vile r.^cpM •* ui
think h.- would, but wnsibly . ■«. ««
said "h - wa- ready to tear-h if
the b <anl wanted him but if not
he was content to leave it all to
the courts." Such a eourse < an
but be <"ommended wUk th - oth-
f m *n hav-« le-.-ii at t-r <-<>uld but have been condemn-
the Jaguar a blow rausing htm to let
With the usual animal nature the
leopardess began to gnaw at it and
Mr Stephan, desiring to save the ta.1
if possible, bad her caught and tb«
tail wrapped in bandages.
■ ori land securit-
w<*rk for >.jme time putting in a «l
telephone lin— from herefj Leg*-r
by way of Lugert and Blair, sev-
eral mil*** of the line is already F„
up. Th*- be t gntde -.f |«*>le? are
being used and the lin** will •bo.
firnt ela>*s when completed.
Lon Polinjr had some samples
of sod'eorn. that were gr<wn on
hi?> place, at th<- hotel last Sat-
urday. The ears were long and
large and would hav * been a
A heavy fall of snow i* report- Jin Fol|c i« not th** only fiebble
«-d I*, have frov *r«*d the wheat on th«- lieach jud^nj: from ih *
field* of the far north state* the ^rist the grand jury is turning
first of the week Now will you out in Kiowa county. Our own
fellows take your overcoata back Joe is doing a lively stunt along
to your "uncles." the lines laid down by his more
————— illustrious (though f>erhap* no
Whenever a ytiung man be- more able or conscientious) Mis
come* inflamed with a desire to souri name*ak
TI.- admin.Htrat.on will find it cre*lit to older ground. Mr. Pol-
diffi'-ult to stir up enough ruction insr i** a ni'-e man and has a nice
en by his cloflcflt fri**nd .
Frtjm «h- R^uhtican
Mr. and Mr . l unla|> am'
down from Hobart Thursday.
<_'ounty Clerk O. !►. Cok -r
Washita county wa> in town
Monday ind Tuesday.
Andy Outhrie made a business
trip to Ft. Worth Saturday, re-
turning home Monday evening.
Vanderbllt to Livs In Europs.
It is currently reported in New York
that George Vanderbllt. the student
member of the famous family, haa
about determined to take up bis abode
in Europe, where be will lire tor an
indefinite period. His mansion on
Fifth avenue will be let provided a
tenant can be secured to pay the $50
, ,f 000 annual rental a*ked. Mr. Vander-
bllt is quite a bookworm, particularly
In archaeology and the literature of
Th*1 street sprinkler made
Widening Chicago River.
Two million ri< :'ai>- will be spent In
the widening or tb>- Chicago river be-
tween Lakf and Van Buren streets
Tho work will occupy two years and
stir up enougn rucuou ■■■- « ■«- ■ ^ ■— - - -r - ■"- -"■« -
„v,-r th.. - urren'-.v !<• .lain, nnd th. lady wh-i. think- first appearance on the atree., of
hide th«- faet that it haa failed ing some of making a matnmon- the new town Monday morning.
utterly to keep its promise eon- ial deal with him could do worse
cerning the shackling of th** than to take Mr. Poling in.
Indirect Cost of Warfare.
The immense indirect cost of war-
The workmen for th** Topeka
andKl Reno Telephone Company ^Vrnwritrf * .b. that .M
mi* The mineral excitement is run- commenced setting their poles and gp,nigh.Americaii war cost 9i.ooo.oo*
■ . * . . _ niimh,.r of men elaim ning high in and around Lone stringing wires for the telephone a day for over a year, although hoe-
jiuntioua) Mia- bC, who Wolf at preaenl. Mineral has .yatem n, thi. place «h, moming.
com. . infiam.«l with a .loair.- u, "u" nam. «Hk.^ Lot u« ' hav„ voUk) lh,. r,.publican ticket i been found in audi paying On Wedneanay J. T. Lee. «ho s.nd Million, w N r v.
put ..n more frill than hia aalary however, that he inay ■ more Vear« becnoae of the i|uantitie a to convince the )iveB lg mi[pn brought in 'l«ur*« r-cmily i.ubli.b«l ti Cbrta-
will pay forheahould immediate- * «?*** ^^ m„„ey laaue. would no. hcaitaU, moat akeptical. Clnima arc be- the firBt 0[ cotto„ ,ha, h« j Z 2.TS
to vote the republican ticket on j ing staked e\ery hour in the day. ^een marketed in Mountain View |immigrants, from Norway tast yaar
some other irroun*i i( the money, People are coming from miles , thig year Jt WRg gjnned and j 93.7«o.ooo.
question shsuld be eliminated. away. Mineral has been found s _fJ _ « « w.ii. c.in rn
ly look around for a job in which ffactiou. to justice than
he will have the handling of no Misouri Jo*.
money—unless he oheriahes a de- ——
sire to go to the penitentiary.—
year. It was ginned
lestion shsuld ne eiiniinHicj. — —— , gold to the H. G. Wells Gin Co. j
Luther llarc, aftor a general- " th(. ^#Uemel> who;"" th/ ^ who p.id 81L10. the hale bronght
1 1 map* in s one hundred dollars to the ton.
Cinn Q7 'nn/blnrlino nromillm
ion of hard service in Uncle Ham s oppoHft<j"the populist "warehouse'
-• ' army, has been retired as a major, wi|, explain why a bank is
The I'. 8. transport Killpatrick sayn an exchange. Leonard pntit|ed to the right of
arrived in New York from Man- Wood, who five years ago was an I iMui currency on its assets
ilia last Haturday having on army doctor, is a major general th&n r (armer ig ^ BeCure a loan
board the lx>dlei of 300 American df the army. (Comment is un-
aoldiers who lost their lives in the
Philippine)*. Our colonial pos-
HesHion* coihe high but some still
say wc must have them. Th
from the government on his as
... The asset currency scheme is
It ia now up IO the editor of the ^ > bank u> t.urren
«y we muat have them. The ^Mio t. explain why ■* Ti I
whole I..I ol thoae Klanda are not sniclc „ut of hia paper c>' "L * wh„ objected
worth the life of one of th.« ^ ^ before moiling the «me. cdvocated Iby men who objwted
American tidier boy., 'Wnu|dn, n.^u„n „ ' ^"o
the farmers and taking for se-
curety the food stuffs that the
B. F. Dunn. t>. P. A. of the
Priauo nytttem with headquarters
at Wichita haa resigned hia po-
•iiiun **ith that road to enU i
menuiiiil< life Mr. Dtfnn ha
eiwntleMh friends all over th
newspaper makers with whom h<
wa* particularly popular, will
regret tn learn of hi* intention to
retire from the plaee he ha* ho
Ntliiiiriibly filled mo lon^r-
Uncle Ham's mail, or did you
happen to think about, the '
Jury t einir in session?
The Aldrich bill provides for
A ettrresvowtonMn iTel^de'wrttaa: 1 keeping money in eireulation
•Tim* bitifresi ar< asni on thi* Servian by takihe it from the national
treasury* and loaning it to banks
at a low rate of interest so that
they may loan it to the people at
a hi^h rate of interest. The bill
is advocated by men who want
some e*euse for perpetuating ex-
southwest all of whom, espvcialh "Itwatton waa iua.1- by an Bngllshmaa
aim Iium H .niHli.Mini: of llie IttfiCiiase.
A Hobart man visiting <'tii«• 11 g«•
wa* invited by n friend out t< see
the /.on. H<- replied: "No,
thank you. I'll stay at home. My
o|d<'*t daughter does the kan-
garoo wnlk, my second daughter
talk* like u parrot, my son laughs
like a hyena, my wife w&tehes
me like 11 hawk, my cook i* a*
cross a* a bear and my mother-
in-law say* I'm nil old gorilla.
When I go anywhere I want 11
who ha* a Hmstterlnit iif the lanRiiane.
In the park there was a notice stating
that Kiinu'thiuR or other wa* utrlctly
forbidden. I hhIiciI him what It was.
•Ho far a* I ean make out,' he roplipd.
"it hii\ "You ari .-trletly torhldden
to kill kinas iii the iiaih. There Is a
palace s|>ecla1l> provided for the pur-
^>1 1 ••
one hundred dollars to the ton.' g100"97 ;©nc)uding premium.
The particular thing most needed
is machinery. As soon as that is Harmon
put in all will be smooth sailing
* 0 From the owett^.
for the miners. Capitalists are
nlreadv figuring on the name. Oottead.ent be. den M.nnon.tcn
Bruedern naechsten Sontag. Pre-
The first bale of cotton brought digt bei Rev p Rempei.
to Lone Wolf this season was
brought in by J. T. Maddux who ln dt'r vewammlung dor Mm- ,
lives aouthwoat of Lugert. He noniten Brueder wetehc letaen
had 1545 pounds of seed cotton Sont«e stattf.nd. worde es bes-1
and so)d it to Mr. Portwood at 3 chl°89en ,n nacchater tell erne
cents in the seed which brought Kirche zu auen.
$46.35. He also received a prem- Wier wuensehen jflueck zum
ium of 837.50 or a total of $83.85 unternehen.
for his bale. The second bale A M BUm(. E,bing> Kan.
came in Tuesday. It was brought war hir und g^t^nkf in natchs-
in by Mr. P. S. Jones, who lives teJ. nRehe jn underp zu
south of Lug rt. and was sold to
J. K. M. Hedley for S54.50. He
also received a premium of 812.50
which made his bale bring him
" Vbove all the receipts for re-
moving wrinkles. with which the
market is flooded, let me recom-
mend ^ettin^r out Iif one's self
Af'conlliin to a Dulilln scientist,
who lui> t-1hiit coiiHlileratite time ln
waKiiiK the Mcswu oatcalattoaa, a
mail':- tit>ar<t jrvowa on an averaga
aliout three lulllimet I - - a week. At
thib rate It would increase about «lx-
teen eeni inlet i er every year. and
tine I l t lie m e el . • I;: 111 V four, a man
who hinl never i imveil would ba
e'i"l|>|ii'<l vith a tieard alsiut. twenty-
•even f*ot In l« ii«ih.
The World Still Young.
\\'<< iiiai ado|ii ie an approxituate
Ilgure for lue imo of man ii period of
"50,0(0 yean, which I* believed to
liave fair claims to provisional accept-
ance. Furthermore • ulculatlons based
,.n the rate of solar shrinkage and
.upon other data <-.eciu to suggent a pe-
riod of about 3.IMIO.OOO years during
which animal Iif. will continue to be
The Innocent Abroad.
i Kroin ih * sikiih i
Hon. J. J. Houston spent Sun-
dav in Snyder.
Geboren am 5 ten Sept. zu C.
F. Heinrichs, und Frau. iene
Tochter. Mutter und Kind ge-
sund. und Grossvatter Richert
springt vor freuden.
Rev. A. Shellabargcr hat vor
den Minnoniten Bruedern letzen
Sontag eine gule Fredigt gehalt-
(KMslbie on (he < ai iU. Assuming these
and belonging to and working for two figure* fairly to Indicate the facts
Home association where all sides we may take It that the human race
. hiy- mil* completed one thirteenth part
of ones nature Will he exerelsed. |„ this sense, there-
says Mrsf'yntllia Westover \lden fore, the world i* > nung.—Academy.
a prominent New york club
' New Use for Electricity.
woman. "We women are o^ apt A now Kaif|p !l|ls ,,^.n roc.ently d«^
lo be one sided: we let our nffce- vised which Is in
lions, our emotions. ,.|ir nerves tw®rs and >1..,meers inc.wo ,he slee}
. playetn each hold a wand which has
or our intellects rule us supreme- be<i|i ,IV rri,.tlon Thr shut- f ,th lh^
ly when we should, for it well Uocock Is represented by a butterfly 'imposing but
poised character. Use them all." made of collodion. The latter is entirely toe
thrown inu the sir and .s It Is ap- Have seen
('. L. Noel, foreman < f thisi
office, left Baturtlay incf mpany|
with B. F. Owens, of Mountain1
Fark. f<>r an overland trip1
through Heaver county and
I he Fanhamllc of Texas. They
drove a team of mules to a
covered wagon and after being
out three days Noel wrote back
a- follow-.: Wish I hadn't doije
it. ThisoJd wagon is 'topheavy,*
the 'rollers* don't 'track', the
•throw off don't cheek speed j^ -
ing down hill, the 'bed' is uneven,
the 'side-sticks' dilapidated, and
altogether the outfit makes a bad
'impression.* When we stop to
•feed' the 'brayers' I sit on a
'stone' while Owens 'makes
ready' the fire and cooks the
'paste* and 'pie'. At night
fold'our'forms' in a
Mr. fhristenson. the harness
maker, has his new building
up. Ho built pn the lot next to
Amonette's grocery store.
Arrangements have been made
whereby K. T. Kehfield of this
city will be associated with the
Gazette hereafter as associate
Day operator Travis is now a editor and business manager,
full fledged citizen of Snyder, his y>i postmastt,r and wif(1 M,.-
family having arrived this week. F. T. ( ook and children of ("or-
ur the station,
Business is getting better in spent a pleasant day Tuesday at
Snyder. One now sees three or the beautiful home of F. C.
four times as many teams on the Thompson south of town. Ye
streets as could be seen some postmaster says fried spring tur-
Weeksago. key, ice crsam etc.. would be
There is a demand now 'or res- good enough to liveon every day.
lidenec buildings in Snyder. Last evening at the beautiful
could get good returns home of Mr. Tom Bunnell at
i by erecting a few good four to Cooperton, occurred the marriage
six room houses for rent. of that gentleman to Miss Docia |
Sprouls. an estimable young lady
A ear load <>t oie rum . t. ^ nt.&r G'ooperton. The groom,
liirht we Sheridan mini s passed t roug jB an enterprising ypung stock-
• . ,i d ...... 'blanket' Snyder en route to some .o orai o man who ha many friends who
crtllt) electric bat- 'lock up'our valuables and sleep reduction works oi test. . any au_ jn««lUclinp: tho Gazette, wish,
f lee.), k The two thr sleep of those 'justified- by '-awton men have invested heav- „ , u...
'justified' by lawton men have invested neav- them u #mooth jouPney upon thp
ry is grand and H.V in the prospect holes and if the Hpa of matpimony#
n some places <,lv proves N. G. they will be left
in some plact
much 'indention* iH in bad shape.
m> game J. A/Goodman, a farmer who
Greer county sent seven horse
—— proaihs.l h either of the wands It la notieeanl. nave seen no game J. A./K)oamaii. a iarmer who uiwi ™uiiv(y nnm mw ,
. . rspetlad by-'alaeirleai action and com except n prarie dog and I took resides about six miles southeast thieves to the penitentary at this j
Bring your printing ie Bk,mmtn), lhro,,gh ,he ,lr away trom •«hi„.tinir-Htick' and 'nerfor- of Snyder, was a pleasant caller term of court. Sheriff Morrison,;
("hief. F.verything new. up- «•- the wand in this way the «it«erflir • Well, so i at the Siarnal office this week, of this county, captured part of
I lurry-up orders a special
. « my snooung-encn iiii jwnui- wiw>v'"m - r-
la senMiiiher and thifhtr withoufhi ated'him full of holes. Well, so at the Signal office this week, of this county, captured part of
ina touched long. P. S. Send me a check." ! While his cotton crop is not as the gang.
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