The Hobart Weekly Chief. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 204, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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-•-Car Load of the-c-
Celebrated. "EAGLE Br., nd
Imported Portland Cement
-*-Tne Only Cernent Suitable for Cisterns.
KIOWA COUNTY LUMBER Co.
HflVE YOU *
W RIGHT'S ;
Chamber Suits? Sideboards
Chiffoniers? Folding Beds?
Dining Tables? Dressers?
Iron Beds? Rockers?
Office and Dining Chairs?
Hobart Flour Feed & Coal Co.
Wc liave ill Stotk several h:uniivd bushels of
CANE - AND - KAFFIR - SEED
W liich we nr>' closing out at $1.50 per bushel. We also
have all otlutr kinds of seed and the U'st grades «>f
Location One Block South <>f Square on Main St,
^GOMERV & Cq
We have everything good to *
cat and wear. Dry Hoods, Hats, Caps—.
Hoots, Shoes, Gents' Clothing and a full line of
Staple and I'ancy Groceries, Flour, Feed and Tinware.
Come and see us. Phone No. 120.
Number Your House.
The house numbers have
arrived and can be secured
by calling at W. C. Brady's
cigar store. :$7
Absolute I.by ami Miss Iiciie
Congere were married Monday
afternoon by Judge Finley. They
reside nenr l.one Wolf, where the
groom has a fine claim.
If not, call and see him at once.
---Durbon'8 old stand, N Jefferson
Street, Phone 30.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
li. C. Maxwell. of Granite, is in
Hobart this week.
II. I). Funk©, of Harrison, was a
Hobart visitor to-day.
Philip Sinner was in Mountain
>f square j View to-day on business.
Irn Walker of Goodwin. Kan.,
is clerking at the Dixie.
R. B. Crawford whs in Ann-
« Cylinder Basting
and Baking Pan.
j For the next sixty days we
will give ABSOLUTELY FREE
j to our customers one of these
Basting aud Baking Pans like the above,
On tl>e Following Conditions:
U'ith every purchase of goods at our store you will receive u coupon
ticket giving the amount of your purchase., When you have received
tickets amounting to $25.00, bring them to the store and you will receive
the Hasting a.id Baking Pan FREE.
Your roast will taste better and you will save just one-
half the fuel by using the
CYLIOOEK BRSTING BOB BflKIHG PflD-
l*rASK FOR TICKETS WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR PURCHASE.
AKIN & BLACKWELL
««TiiK (Uiites, Ciquors and Cigars.™
Lunch Room in Connection.
Glass at Washita
ISowman has tin
Fountain in town.
Dr. Pepper at th
Store soda fountain.
Hotel Felix— Kasl si.
—L. G. Howard, Prop. 26tf
I he Palace Drug Store has open-
ed up its fine soda fountain.
For a good square meal dnrko to-day on business,
come to the Hotel Tanner 011 j Mrs. IV. Thomas Miller
C street. 07tf been quite sick the past week
1 eain of mules and harness for
snle at $1(XMX). Call at saloon.
Roosevelt, O. T. 198-(>t
Soda Water and Ice Cream sea-
son opened at The News Stand, in
Hodnrt National Bank building.
Ice Cream Soda with mashed
fruit at bowman's soda fountain
Hobart National Bank building
All tickets issued by the Palace
C. T. Will I AKF.R.
C. W. I.enau.
W. W. Whilaker.
WHITAKER. LENAU ^ WHITAKER.
. . LAWYERS and REAL ESTATE AGENTS . .
l.and Office Practice a Specialty. Will Practice in All Courts.
Office over Hobart National Hank. - Hobart O T
Miss Edna Briles returned from
Dallas. Tex., yesterday evening,
where she has been attending tin
H. P. and J. Dale, )x>tli old-
time Democrats from Washita
County, came up yesterday from
Mountain Park on business,
J. L. Burke was called to Lone
Wolf Inst night to emhnlm the
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Drug Store Soda Fount not good r)0<ty '*• Thomas, who died
after today, Apr. 29, 1905. 199-ilt | 1>. m. yesterday. The re-
For roofing and all kinds of tin "la'j18 shipped to Kentucky
GOOD BOWLING ALLEY IN BACk PART OF
H. BREDEL, Prop.
Opposite < hlof Oftlco.
'Phone No. 65.
FOR SALE AT OIL MILL-
W. ft. WILHE.LM, Manager
at Silver Moon Hotel. 9**4t
Ride with the
Hobart Bus and
'Phone No. 72.
To Tax Payers and Others.
You will each anil all take noticc
hat the poll tax is now due and
must be paid, Jno. K. Martin,
At City llallf over Hyndman &
biv.ermore's, east side square. [I84
*\ Comforts to lack. The Ladie
of the Christian church will tacK
your comforts for 50 cents. I.eave
orders at MaxweU's furniture store.
Mules For Sale.
A good pair of fine 0-year-
old mules in fine condition,
weight 900 pounds.
Call at J. E. Brown's Feed
Yard, block i2tf
It is gratifying to see r,o many
people in the city setting out shade
trees in front ol their residences.
Jones Bros. Nursery company are
kept busy filling orders. They have
on hand a large supply of shaue,or-
namental and fruit trees.
fling Up No. 90
If you have a local or per-
sonal item you would like to
see in print, call up phone 90.
jones Bros. Nursery company
can supply you with the best grades
of Shade Trees, Evergreens , Roses,
Fruit Trees and Shrubery if all de-
At Montgomery camp on
the B. E. S. line", six miles
south of Mountain Park. $.'5.
per day. Apply there. i2tf
The plat of the Hobart cemetery
has been made and lots in the cem.
etery are now on sale. Deeds can
he procured at the office of the As-
sociation with Rummons& Co. 5th
and Jefferson streets. di37-atw36tf
Jones Hros. Nursery company
carry a general line of nursery
work, call on W. 11. Roush,
i&tf with Jones Hardware Co.
Anyone contemplating putting in
furnace would do well to see W. H
Roush, at Jones Hardware store 16
Home-made ^Iiread like mother
made, at the Commercial short or-
der, one door south of southeast
corner of square. 6- t-f
Steffen's Celebrated Ice Cream
served only at The News Stand, W.
W. Bowman, prop., Hobart Nation-
al Hank building I.X4tf
' The old reliable" Hardw^ie Is
Kelp's, where goods are bought in
car lots and sold retail at whole-
sale prices. Phone 187.
Mrs. Morrison does plain
and fancy dressmaking at her
home, opposite Eastside hotel.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 76tf
Union Furniture Co Second
hand furniture wanted. We repair
all kinds of furniture ami stoves. 1
door north of the Chief office, 19
Now's the time, and Kolp Hard-
ware the place for Refrigerators,
Screen Doors, Oil Stoves, Page
fence and everything from a needle
to an anchor at one low price to
See Louisiana Lumber Co.
for Michigan Plaster Finish,
Empire VV h i t e Finishing
Lime, Atlas Cement, O K.
Plaster, brick, white sand j
Baseoni Rummage, who has been
clerking for Crawford & Jay for
the past five months, left this
morning for Harrison, where he
has accepted a position on the
Gazette. Here's success to you
Soft drinks at the Palace Drug
Stare soda fountain. i#3tf
April 23, 1«K)2.
To whom it may concern :
We, thu undersigned, hereby
state that we nre well acquainted
with 1. A. Susong, Esq., now of
Hobart. (). T., who formerly lived
in this county. He comes of good
people, good Democratic people at
thnt, and is n good man, honest,
reliable nnd all right, and a genu-
ine, true blue Democrat. We take
great pleasure in commending liim
to the people among whom he has
lately moved, and we feel that he
will meet fully the obligations and
requirements of any office to
which lie may lie elected.
Yours very truly,
W. B. Rouinson,
Chin, Dem. Ex. Com,,
Cocke Co., Tenn.
W. O. Mims,
Secy. Dem. Ex. Oom.,
Cocke Co., Tenn.
Classified - Wants.
rv.XJ OOOOOOO 000000 o OOOOOO'V*
If You Want""
To Rent a Room,
To Reut a House,
To Borrow Money,
If You Haven*
Money to Loan,
Anything to Sell,
Anything to Rent,
MAKE IT KNOWN
TO THE PEOPLE—
Through the Chief.
•WNotices under this head will
be charged for at the rate of 2 cents
per line each insertion. No notice
taken for less than 35 cents.
WANTED. — A good dining
room girl and laundress Apply at
Silver Moon Hotel, 199-21
Wanted.- A cook and a laundry
woman at the Silver Moon hotel.
Wanted—A Girl at the Com-
mercial Restaurant. Near the south
west corner square. 182 tf
IpiIOMAS D. MILLER,
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE: Jumbo-Fo tcr Building. South Slda^af
Squjr., HOBART. OKLA. PHONE Bl.
IJUMMONS & RUMMONS,
Abstracts of Title Prepared.
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Offices: Lot J, Block 33.
0ENJ. F. PAUL,
lyilATLEY & RAY,
HOBART < . OKLAHOMA.
I A. HYNDMAN,1
W. H. LIYERMORE,
HYNDMAN & LIVERMORE,
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance nnd
oYur UualneM Solicited. HOBART. O.T
April 12, 1902.
1 tako pleasure in stating that I
have known Thos. A. Susong fcr
Notice. j many years until his recent re-
To my friends and voters of l,lova* 'ro,n Tennessee to Okla-
Kiowa County: Under the busi- '1"nia' has always been a con-
ness responsibilities that 1 have |siwten< Democrat and an active
assumed, and realizing that if I aggressive party worker.
elected I could not give Ihe office! 11 "• Ooujhenouh,
of Coroner any time nt all, I there- Democratic Chairman,
fore withdraw from the race and Creeno County, Tenn.
cheerfully recommend both of my For sale-Three registered l'o-
opponents, who I believe'are per- land China Brood sows and one
feet gentlemen and qualified, male from the best stock in the Un-
I banking my friends for their ited States. Can be seen at C. C.
lear y support, Warrel's, North Main and Boundry
I am yours truly, streets, Hobart. Ckla. Also thor-
t. G. Denman, loughly broken for children's use, a
Notjce part Shetland pony. W33tf
Parties desiring large or small' The CHIEF is anxious to
loans for one or two yearn at low1 supply its patrons with til*
rates of interest, secured by real esJ paper every e/enillg , if the
!a.!c_s!ic,',rity' can.^.accommodated news bov overlooks you kick
and the Chief will look after
by calling on J. W. Sample, at
office R. W. Shepherd. , wtj
Wanted—Laborers to fence a
half section of land 3.$ miles from
town. Also teams to plow 100 acres
of above land.
See Supt. Win. Z. Smith. 70
llousff plants for sale nt the I'ul-
ace Druir Store.—89-dOt
For Sale First-class ticket to
Kansas City, for lady. Call at the
Chief office. J
FIRE AND TORNADO
Offico: S.E. Corner Public Square
S. B GARRETT. A. R. GARRETT. A. M. SIEWANI
Garrett & Garrett & Stewart,
Lands for Sale.
Manuum and Lawton, Oklahoma,
Siiadk Trees for Sake Black
X«ocust. Call 011 < . B. Mahaffie. |
north of Whittiugti u Hotel. 6stf
For Sale— (66)
1 5 foot Cigar cas.e.
1 6-foot Counter snow case,
1 12-foot Counter,
1 Tobacco Case.
W. (J. Bradv, south side square.
25 head of firsf-class work mules,
all broke. Will sell in pairs or sin-
gle. G. B. Mahaffie. 4jt
For Sale or Trade.
Horses, mules, wagons and har-
ness—at J. F2. Brown's Feed Yard,
block 37. 5 2tf
Wanted—A railroad ticket to St.
Louis or vicinity. Address this of-
Set of Office Fixtures,
at this office.
Notice is heretoy given,
by the Farmers' Protective Associa-
tion of Western Kiowa county, that
all stock found running at large on
claims belonging to members of the
Association after .Y irch 1, 1902,
will be taken up and owners of the
said stock will be subjected to the
stock law of Oklahoma.
Hobart . . Okla.
* Phyiidan and Surgcoo.
Chronic nnd Female Diseases will
receive special attention.
^Illiv -Ituoin a is CoSwt UuililliiK.
Hobart - . qkla
[)H. EMMA WOODROW,
Physician and Surgeon,
Second door south of railroad
on Jefferson St.
Diseases ot Women and Children
N-E. Corner Square.
Meals, 25 Cents.
Meal Ticket*, $4.00.
R. F. HEMBREE, Prop.
Call Phone 90
If you want the Daily Chief
delivered at your door, for lo
cents a week. Call up phone
90 and one of our boys will
call on you.
S.-B, Corner of Sq.
Ir B. PRICE, Prop.
w* u. Vou will find new and clean
A. H. f:nclani>. Pres. beds in Hotel Tanner, ou C
C. E. Huff, Sec'). 1 street. Qjtf
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Brinton, P. Y. The Hobart Weekly Chief. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 204, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1902, newspaper, May 3, 1902; Hobart, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186608/m1/3/?q=%22%22~1: accessed November 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.