The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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FIREMEN'S CARNIVAL, NOVEMBER 18 TO 23
The coming of the groat Parker show
the week or Nov. 18, under the auspices
of the Hobirt Fire department will
mark one of the greatest iimusement
weeks in the history of Hobart. It is
almost ueeless to tone-ti p space in stat-
ing that the great I'aikei: show is in a
class by itself and the high class nmus -
ment enterprise of i.ls ki d in 'he world.
Unlike a -great many s ■ called carnival
companys wh.j may want to trav.1 with
them for a few stands and then go some-
where els -. .All ofi.be attractions fur-
nished by Col. Parki-r are owned and
controlled by him and a u built at his
large factory ui Abiline, Kansas Should
he buiii.' .in iUtriH-;;ou that does not
meet with liio ^ pioval nl' the Y ublic all
he has to do i i to shij) it to thn fac'ory
and have it rebuilt. In this way ho has
always been able to keep his attraction
free from anything sug;e;; ivc and to
please the pub'ic at the same time.
Another thing that will b,> noticable
when the company arrives that all of
the ladies and gentlemen connected wfth
the company is nbovo 11.<* average that
travels with o'her companies of like na
ture. Nothing but they very best artists
in their resp etiv - lim-s are engaged and
they all reC'iv:/ a salar.v, every Tuesday,
large enough to present themselves as
ladies and gentleman and should a black
sheep through mistake stray into the
flock he soon finds i hat he is not in his
or her class and the great Parker show
is no place f .r thetu. One thing that
will attract a great d/al nf attention
during the Stay of the company here is
the baby lions in the trained wild ani-
mal showin this exhibition will be found
eight of the lit le kittens a: d they are
very playful, cutting all kinds of capers
from morning until evening. All of the
ladies and children will be allowed to pet
the little oieaturi s which is -aid to give
good luck to the boys for seven years
and a.sure sign that the girls wdl never
become old maids, so girls here is your
chance if you are near the border.
Many wonderful exhibitions will be
presented during the week and every
body is looking forward for six gala days
and nights, Nov. 18th to 23d at this fire-
Cotton picking is at a stand still.
Sunday school at 2:30 Sunday p. in.
The Tollman family will soon move to
Some of our men attended the Slater
sale on Tuesday.
Nearly all the farmers are hauling
their cotton home after having it .baled.
Miss Lemma Grigory is the guest of
friends at Coyle, Okla.
Henry Geis ' and family attended
divine services at the German church
Thomas Davidson came out from Ho-
bart Friday evening to visit Mrs. David-
Geo. Campbell visited friends ^north
of Hobart Saturday and Sunday.
Frank Dume and family visited his
father and brother Saturday.
(From the "Gazette.")
Judge DeLesdernier was down from
D. H. Knepper drove to Hobart Wed-
nesday on a business errand.
Miss Neff, of Hobart spent Sunday in
the* city visiting with Miss Eunice
Dr. M. E. Chambers was a Hobart
Guy Huber was visiting his brother at
J. W. Kennedy, of Hobart, was visit-
ing his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Bishop,
E. L. Barnes was down ffom Hobart
Tuesday. From all appearances he is
Travis Moon and Edgaf Pierce were a^,
Hobart Sunday visiting with Luther
Charlie Frank, of the Dixie, leftjfor
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Barr were Hobart
v A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Chambers Saturday, Obtober 25.
Geo. Coggeshall has reoeived 'the ap-
pointment of Rural Carrier of route 1
out of Gotebo. In the recent examina-
tion held at Hobart, ; Mr. Coggeshall's
average was retvrned of 100 per cent.
Do You Want to
% Commencing, now, today we are going to
t make some prices that will save you money. «
f Money made is money saved. ... *
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| WAGONi-The Mitchell, Bain and Florence!
; CAN YOU BEAT THEM? I
| Racine Buggies, Carriages, |
Ferd. Remmert, of near Lone Wolf
was a visitor to the city Friday.
New Style I
There ia so many changes in the styles for fall, that it is
impossible for comparison of last season's styles. One of
the many popular styles is shown by cut. We have now
ready for your inspection the best and most complete line
of clothing we have ever shown. The colorings are new,
browns-and fancy Scotch tweeds, fancy worsteds, in fact
we show everything that fashion has put the stamp of ap-
proval on. Wo might endeavor to tell you on paper about
the tit, the price and the
Spring Wagons and Hacks. None Better.
All Styles of Harness and Saddles
A big saving
in this line.
Horse Blankets Extra Cheap.
styles, but we would rath-
er put the garment on you
and let you be the judge.
Our clothing is bought for
be man who cires.
• me here
$15 to $30
We wnnM !ik for «very nmu to call, try on our clothes, and
you will find something different from the ordinary line of
Wherever you find a man
who owns a
Cook Stoves and Heaters that will give satisfaction and last.
Special offers in ranges—the world's best
Hog fencing and wire. Examine it and be convinced of its many
advantages over othes makes.
Shot Guns and
clothing. IS.mii*tlung that will appeal to yon as different,
what y • wanted, and at the right price
MI find a satisiied wearer. It
ii never difficult to pick out your
Stet on. It i* always the stand*
ard of s'yle. It i* perfect in
qjality and beautiful in finish.
Every Stetson bear* the
Sporting Goods H -
Now is the time to get rrW'
a good gun cheap w
The finest line of queensware in the city at a big bargain.
Fifty sets of silver knives and forks at give away prices.
We cannot enumerate all the bargains we are in a position to offer
you, but the best way is for you to call aud see for yourself.
The quality in our line is always the best the markets afford. Qual-
ity always makes the price, but we are going to give you for the next few
week, both quality and low prices. 9
Reduction of stock means reduction in price so do not put it off
until tomorrow, but call now, todas, if you want a bargain and save
We prepay freight on all goods to neighboring towns. You
send you orders by mail.
$ New Fancy
j j H.C.Wey G& Son j
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Benedict, Roy. The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1907, newspaper, November 14, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233905/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.