The Weekly Democrat-Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1922 Page: 4 of 16
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You Will Be Welcome at the McCormick-Deering Tractor Demonstration, November 3d, on the Holcomb Farm, one block
south of the Ice Plant. We are showing the latest tractor and all the latest improved implements. There will be many
feats that will interest you. W. P. LEWIS &. SONS
NOT AS SHE HAD PICTURED
Girl Who Had Herself Paged In Hotel
Unprepared for Meeting With
j Flippant Individual.
The plrl hud never been [meed In a
hotel. Time ufter time sin- liad heurd
the bellboys k<> by culling out name*,
itnd always ulie bud envied the young
women who got up and followed them
to the telephone.
It got to be a positive mania with
her—(his desire to be paged—and
finally ulie persuaded one of her
fiieudN to telephone her ut a hotel at
a specified time.
She waited in the lobby, sitting on
the edge of her scut In excitement, un-
til the boy uppeured.
"Miss Brown! Miss Brown!"
She roxe excitedly. "1 urn Ml as
Brown," tihe said.
"Gentleman waiting to see you out
She looked rather surprised; that
hud not been In the scheme. Hut per-
liups he hud changed his mind. She
followed the boy obediently, ami was
led face to face with a perfect
Her face grew pink with confusion
iih she gazed at him, and he, realizing
the mistake, watched her In amuse-
ment. He was a rather loudly dressed
young mutt with a great air of assur-
For a moment they stared; then he
•'Not so good," he said slowly, and
then, as an after thought, "but not so
bad, either I"
And the girl fled In embarrassment
OFFER MARK TWAIN REFUSED
Nothing Sadder, He Is Reported to
Have 8aid, Than Editoremp of
About that time my wife helped ine
put another temptation behind me.
This wus nn offer of sixteen thousand
dollars a year, for five years, to let
my name be used as editor of a hu-
I praise her for furnishing her help
In resisting that temptation, for it is
her due. There was no temptation
about It, In fact, but she would have
offered her help Just the same If there
had been one. 1 can conceive of rnuny
wild and extravagant things when my
Imagination Is in good repair, but I
can conceive of nothing quite so wild
and extravagant as the Idea of my ac-
cepting the editorship of a humorous
I should regard that as the saddest
of all occupations. If 1 should under-
take It 1 should have to add to It the
occupation of undertaker, to relieve
It In some degree of its cheerlessness.
—Prom "Unpublished Chapters from
the Autobiography of Mark Twain" In
HAS ICE AT ALL SEASONS
Montana Indian, Digging Well, 0 >em.
Ingfy Came Upon Moet Remark-
able Freak of Nature.
More than eight year* nyo John
Npotlcd Wolf, on Indian of the Chey-
enne reservation In eastern Montuiiu,
decided that he should like to have a
well near Ids log cabin. Ko he and his
wife Mary cliosu a spot near a large
lilne tree, perhaps 20 rods from the
door, and then John began to dig.
By noon of the second day he bad
dug down ten feet. Although the
weather was mild, he had complained
of being cold while at work. After
eating be put on an extra coat and
went to work again. He kept Mary
and her brother Kdlling Bull busy
liHUiing up and carrying uway the dirt
tliut lie loosened. But In spite of
John's extra clothing be Htlll was cold.
On the third morning he added more
clothing; but when night came and the
well had reached the depth of 18 feet
he was almost frozen.
The next morning lie again descend-
ed the well and worked as rapidly u
his ninny layers of clothing would per-
mit. After a while water begun to
appear. Suddenly he shouted: "Bull
tiie up! I'ull me up!"
John had barely reached the surface
before the well filled to within a foot
of the top and then began to freeze
around the edges. In a short time
only a small opening perhaps a foot
In diameter remained.
The well remains the same way year
after year, the Youth's Companion
states. During the day In summer the
Mm melts the Ice around the top, but
nt night It freezes again. The well,
which furnishes a permanent Ice sup-
ply for the people In the neighborhood,
Is a strange freak of nature of which
there are so many In the western part
of the state. Tourists who visit the
reservation regard It as u great curi-
J. C. Anderson of Geary arrived
here Wednesday to look after busi-
ness interests. He formerly lived
Ilrinff your hemstitching and pleat-
ing to Mrs. J. P. Anderson, 114 N.
Western Ave., telephone 400, Hobart,
Your furniture refinished, reuphol-
tered and repaired. Satisfaction as-
sured. Telephone 677-R after ti p,
If it swims we have it. Fresh cat
fish, fresh halibut and fresh selected
oysters. At Heffer and Goble's
The "MICROBK OF LOVE" affords
un evening of refined entertainment
and hilarious amusement. wit
BETTER THAN DISH WASHING
Where Long Necks Are Stylish.
In Burma, among the Kurens, a
long neck Is the ambition of every
woman. Her mother starts thinking
about this when her duughter is a
baby, and starts to accomplish this
■wan-like effect when the tots are
scarcely able to walk.
The method employed Is a series
of heavy brass rings, which are as
thick as your little finger. These are
put around the child's neck, and as
she grows, more rings are added, thus
forcing her neck to lengthen out.
More riilgs are added year after year
as the girl grows into womanhood.
Twenty-one of these colls is the aver-
age worn, although 25 have been
The 21-rlng-collared woman is
thought beautiful, but the 25-rlnged
lady Is considered a raving beauty
under the Karens of Burma.
Student Finds Occupation of Driving
a Taxi Allows Him Mors Time
for His Books.
The passerby stopped beside the
taxicab parked near Brynnt park, re-
marks the New York Sun. He had
passed the same driver several times
and bad noticed he was reading. Once
it was Plato's dialogues, another time
John Buskin's "The Stones of Venice,"
and now Ids Interest was spurred to
the questioning point by observing the
driver wus delving Into Aristotle.
"I'm working my way through col-
lege," he said. 'I heard about students
who washed dishes and all that sort
of thing. But taxi driving Is the Ideul
Job for the student. I don't start to
work until late In the afternoon. I
have a rush at only certain hours.
The rest of the time I spend studying.
You get plenty of time in between
fares to learn the Euclid, the history
of the pyramids, and why Ruskln Is
dead against too much purple In
painting. I suggest taxi driving any
time Instead of waiting on tables."
OKDI'ill 111 KXrtRK IIO A It I) I'Olt
The County Kxclso Hoard having: u«-
i'i i talncd lliHt tin? UHMfHNi'd valuation
of School District No. SO Ih $2(i3,ti,r>l;
Unit tin; Approved Hull inn to, for cur-
rent expenses for general purposes Is
he sum of $1,839.0(1; that a levy of
1.70 mills for general purposes is nee-
■ssnry to raise suld approved estimate;
and It appearing that said levy is 1.70
mills In excess of the fi mills that th
Kxelso Hoard Is allowed by law ti
milUe; and the Uxrlse Hoard being of
opinion that said Estimate is rea-
sonably necessary for the current
pense of said School District.
ti is therefore ordered by the Coun-
ty Excise Hoard that un election bo
held by the voters of unit! School Dis-
trict No. 6!) on the 6th day of Novem-
ber. 1022, for tho purpose of voting
such Increased levy.
Dated this 2nd, dnv of Oct., 1922.
J. S. CARPENTER, Couhty Judg
Chairman of County Excise Board.
P. W. CARLTON. County Clerk.
Secretary of County Excise oBaril.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of Katie
Pearl Gunter, Deceased.
All porsont* having claims against
Katie Pearl Ounter, Deceased, are re-
quired to present the same, with the
necessary vouchers to the undersigned
administrator at his place of residence
:t miles south of Gotebo, Oklahoma,
within four months of the date hereof,
or the same will be forever barred.
Dated Oct. 25th, 1922.
SYLVESTER R. GUNTER
Hidden Brine River.
A thousand feet beneath the town
of Midland, Mich., run rivers of brine
charged with calcium, sodium, magne-
sium, strontium, bromine und chlorine.
Forty pumping wells raise the brine,
and separative processes release from
It the bases of photographic emulsions,
medicines, cement, tanning material^,
perfumes, preservatives and cold-stor-
uge solutions. The mugnesium was
used for war flares, and now, com-
bined in a secret alloy, furnishes metal
one-tblrd the weight of aluminum,
sustaining a pressure of 24,000 pounds
per square Inch. In the form of gas-
engine pistons, after a test equivalent
to that of a motor car running 30 mllea
sn hour continuously for 35,000 miles
•carcelv u sign of wear was discern-
Commandant Darget of the French
army and a noted military criminolo-
gist as well as psychologist, experi-
ments In thought photography, result-
ing in pictures of objects suggested
mentally, which, when projected from
the mind to a highly sensitized photo-
graphic plate held against the fore-
head of a subject, leave a tangible Im-
pression of the object thought of at
If a criminal fears talking In his
sleep, what double-distilled horror
will he not know when he comes to
realize that the very thoughts of his
waking hours may be read at police
headquarters as If In cold print, pets,
haps even more clearly than If he him-
self were present trylng-.to evade ques-
IV THE COUNTY COURT OF KIOWA
COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Notice of Hearing Final Account and
Petition for Distribution of Estate
In the Matter of the Estate of Frank
Notice is hereby given that Ida p.
Ttarnev, the duly appointed and ouali-
fied Executrix of the estate of Frank
Harney, deceased, has rendered and
presented for settlement and filed In
said court her final account and re-
port'of her administration, as such Ex-
ecutrix, and that Tuesday the 14th day
of November, 1922, at the hour of 10:00
o'clock a. m. thereof, that beinsr a day
of the regular October, 1922, Term of
said Court, at the County Court room
in the City of Hobart, said County and
.State, has been duly appointed by the
said Court, for the settlement of said
account and for hearing said petition
for distribution of said estate, at which
time and place any person interested
in said estate'may appear and file his
exceptions In writing to the account
and petition for distribution and con-
test the same.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said court, this 25th day
(SEAL) J. S. CARPENTEI
NOTICE OK PUBLICATION
In the District Court of the State of
Oklahoma. Sitting Within and for
the County of Kiowa.
L. L. Burton, Plaintiff,
Walter G. Tattl, Defendant.
Said defendant, Walter G. Tatti, will
take notice that he has been sued
the above entitled Court for (upon)
Cancellation of an Oil and Gas Lease
and must answer the petition filed
therein by saiad plaintiff on or before
the 8th day of December, A. D. 1922,
or said petition will be taken as true,
and a judgment for said plaintiff In
said action for Cancellation of Oil and
Gas Lease (and in the attachment
therein granted,) will be rendered ac-
Attest ELLA WHITE.
Clerk of said Court.
C. Cr. BASS, Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE or PUBLICATION
In the District Court of the State of
Oklahoma. Sitting Within and for
the County of Kiowa.
Viola Braswell, I'alintiff,
Fish's Vision Limited.
To the fish the surface of the water,
seen from below, presents a circular
window surrounded by mirrors, ac-
cording to Edward Ringwood Hewitt,
author of "Secrets of the Sulmon,"
soon to be published by Scrlbner's. It
seems that a fish can see out into the
air only through a limited aperture; j dered accordingly. ^ ^ WHITE
Leonard Braswell Defendant
Said defendant, Leonard Braswell will
take notice that he has peen sued in
the above entitled .Court for (upon)
Divorce and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on or
before the 9th day of December. A. D.
1922. or said petition will be taken as
true, and a judgment for said plaintiff
in said action for Divorce will be ren-
everywhere else the surface reflects
the contents of the stream, or (if it be
a shallow one) the bottom. This is
because the light rays pnssing from
water to air are bent, and when the
angle of the light ray from the fish's
eye with the vertical becomes great
Clerk of said Court.
Key* & Rakestraw
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
E. M. Stanley,
Of Course Notl
A negro boarded a tramcar. After
a word with the conductor, he shuf- ,
fled toward the door again.
An Inspector, who happened to be
in the car, said to him, "surely you
don't want to get off so soon—and you
"Ah want ter go ter Whopple
street." said the negro, "an' de con-
ductah says dah's no alch place."
"Well, there isn't," said the con-
"Den dab's sure no good In ma
gwlne dah."—Edinburgh Scotsman.
Place your orders for engraved call-
enough, it 1b bent backward so that It ' Moody Petroleum Co.. and
does not enter the air at nil, but |, H A. Moody, Tru.tee, Defendants
..... . . . In the Justice Court, before W. L.
directed downward toward the bottom. Hunter, a Justice of the Peace In and
———_ 1 for Hobart City, Township, Kiowa
, _ v„„ ~ i County. Oklahoma.
In Your Garden. Sni(1 <jPfendants will take notice that
It Is truly wonderful how many they have been sued In the above nam-
blrds will visit modest gardens dur- '7? eourt.for the sum of JM8.50; apd
,,, . , 7 that on the 13th day of October. 1922,
ing n year. They will, during the an order of attachment was Issued and
spring migration, be most in evidence levied upon the personal property of
from early daylight till breakfast j ft?
time, nnd then again as evening Justice of the Peace in his office on
comes on, says the American Forestry j,hc 27lh d*y of !s\yV0Jnbj[jTXTER
Magazine. When autumn approaches. Justice of the Peace,
the migration that takes place is, C. G. BASS. Attorney for Plaintiff,
equally Interesting. In winter ^e may xotick to < beditokh
look for various finches, sparrows, io-2«w2t
crossbills, hawks, owls, and not a few } th* eSt*tr °f AmCS
other species that come to us during Al^rerso'ns "havinsr claims against
that time of the year. Amos J. Earls, deceased, are reou're*
i "> rresent same, with the nrrensa'y
•onrhers. to the ""der^ir^ed adrrinls-
the office of Elex Gei.«
Place your orders for engraved call-
ing cards, announcements, etc., witl ing card?, announcements, etc., with Cofebo. Oklahoma, within four r-"-
The Democrat-Chief. We can delive- | The Democrat-Chief. We can deli vet forever °T ° a"'e *'
in eight to ten days and can jecure in eight to ten days and can secure Pated. October
you the very finest quality of work you the very finest quality of work PAdministraTrix' S
CLEIlKS'(men or women) for Gov-
ernment Departments. General Cler-
ical examination November 4th. Ex-
perience unnecessary. For freo par-
tcular.s, write J. Leonard (former Civ-
il Service examiner) 523 Equitable
Bldg. Washington, D. C. 10-26w2tx
YOUIl FUTURE FORETOLD:—
Send dime, birthdate nnd stamp for
truthful, convincing trial reading.
PROF. ERW1NG, Box 1120, Station
C., Los Angeles, California. 10-5W4tx
LADIES! Don't forget those fruit
cakes. We have everything it takes
hut the cook. Dates, currents, figs,
raisins, citron, orange peel, lemon
peel, candy and pineapple. At Heff-
ner & Gobel's. 10-2Gwlt.
FOR RENT—Good 4-room house,
100 foot east front, all fenced; close
to south school building. Telephone
AGENTS—Big money taking or-
ders Overcoats, Suits, Pants, Blan-
kets, direct woolen mill to wearer.
Big values. Donahue made $108 first
week. Pinocci makes $200 weekly.
No capital or experience required.
TAYLOR, WELLS, 2712 N, Paulina,
Everything fresh right out of Den-
ver, Colorado, gardens. Iceburg head
lettuce, jumbo celery, carrots, green
beans, black eyed peas, cauliflower,
cukes, sweet peppers, radishes, fresh
onions, egg plant. At Heffner &
Why all the hurry, the happy faces
and everything? There's a reason—
the "MICROBE OF LOVE" will be
here tonight. wl
T. F. Merritt went to Mangum
Wednesday to visit his son a few
COTTON FARM WANTED—Will
rent good farm on share crops and
plant <10-70 ucres of cotton have good
force; am strictly cotton man; would
consider buying in with farmer want-
ing to sell teams and equipment. Ref-
erences given. Address Chas. Tieer,
rtute 3, Hobart, Oklahoma. 10-19W3t
All parties knowing themselves in-
debted to F. M. Miller, please call at
our office, as we have his accounts
for collection. HANSEN & HAYES
107 W. Main. 10-26w2t.
"AMAZING STORY OF HENRY
FORD" Averaging daily profits to
agents over $15.00. Wonderful oppor-
tunity. Books ready. Write for free
outfit. MULLIKIN COM PAN Y,
Deputy Sheriff W. T. Gann return-
ed Wednesday from Central Texas,
where he had been after a bogus
check artist, who was wanted in this
Don't miss IT. Miss WHAT?
Don't you know everybody is talking
about the MICROBE OF LOVE" wit
Pack up your troubles and store 'em
away, the "MICROBE OF LOVE" is
in town today. Wit
WANTED-Woman cook for hotel.
Telephone 337, Hobart, or call Bryan
at Cordell, Okla. 10-12W2t.
Mrs. W. J. Kinnear of Newton,
Kan., who had been here to visit her
aunt, Mrs. Maier, departed for home
FOR SALE:— Practically New
Westco Percolator Cold Heater. Call
at 325 W. Second Street. 10-19W2t.
FOR SALE:—Store room, in good
location. Phone 275.J. 10-19W2tx
On account of my intention to leave the state I will sell at public sale on the terms outlined
below at the farm 3 miles north and 2 1-2 miles west of Hobart; 6 miles south and 2 1-2 miles east
of Sentinel; 3 1-2 miles due east of Cambridge, on
Tuesday, Oct. 31,'22
Sale commencing at 10 a. m.
Horses and Mules
4 Head of Cattle
One 7-foot Deering binder, good as
One 6-foot McCormack mower,
One buck rake,
One 6-shovel cultivator,
One 14-inch walking plow,
Two sickle grinders,
One Superior grain drill,
One Ford car, truck body,
One John Deere lister,
jOne black mare mule, 1 year old, 15
One black mare mule, 2 years old,
One red horse mule, 1 year old, '
One black mare, smooth mouth.
One span black horse mules, 5 and 6
years old, about 15 hands.
One black mare, 2 years old, weight
One horse colt, coming 2 years old.
Poultry and Feed
One registered Duroc sow and seven
One Duroc sow and six pigs,
Two shoats, weight about 100 pounds,
Ten shoats, weight about 60 pounds,
200 Brown Leghorn pullets,
Two dozen Buff Leghorns,
Sixty bales of alfalfa hay,
80 bushels of spring barley,
One red cow, 3 years old, giving 2 gal-
lons milk day,
One Jersey heifer, fresh January 1,
One brindle cow, 5 years old, giving
milk, fresh in January,
One Jersey cow, 6 years old, giving
milk, fresh in March,
One Malleable steel range,
One New Perfction Oil Stove, 4 burner
good as new,
One Hoosier kitchen cabinet,
Two dining tables,
Six dining chairs,
One Kimball phonograph, good as
One oil heater,
One Ideal heater,
One Great Western heater,
Three rocking chairs,
One library table,
Two stand tables,
One book case,
One 12x15 rug,
One 9x12 rug,
Three bedsteads and springs,
One leather duofold,
One piece of linoleum, 9x12
One Congoleum rug.
= Ten stands of bees,
= Fifty pounds of honey,
5 Seventy-five cans of fruit,
| One hog shed, room for six sows,
| One brooder stove, 500 chick size,
= Other articles too numberous to men-
' — -r—e j ' = ti on. - une congoieum rug.
LUNCH SERVED BY ST. PAUL LADIES
TERMS: AH sums of $10.00 and under cash in hand, over $10.00 a credit of Twelve
months will be given purchaser giving note with approved security with interest at the rate
of 10 per cent from date. A discount of 5 per cent will be given for cash on sums over
$10.00. No property to be removed until settled for.
W. W. STRONG, Owner
CARSON & PRUITT, Auctioneers
CITY GUARANTY BANK, Clerk
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